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t VOL. III.-7-THIUD SERIES.
rvHfcrsutn wkdki.v :
J. J. JJItUKIl,
l'rii)ri('tor anil BJitor.
jj STEW ART,
It AT It S O If KMiritll'TION
0!fE "Ykau, a!jrtl; m advance $250
Six M NTim. ; " " Ur0
L L'o'.-'k s to Ue aJr!?8, Lt, ;..10J00
J llKAD k FOOT STONES, &0.
( jjoilM H. BUSS I
fflKSl'DKllM Ik iS foiiiptimriitK to hia friends
L and tlx imJdio.tfnd in thin nu'lhod wonild
luinjr 'tthcir uttciitiun Lis .nxtcndcH facilities
fi.r meeting lcruaiKl in his line of btisino.t
lie i? now i rfi)ri'd to furiiish all kinds of
i$f$vk $to1ie 4. fitjun t.1'0 chi'iipff I Head Stojnds,
to the cortli iht jiiioii'iiiH'iit.i. Tliosu prcfi'iitig
it'"l!H and T ry fostly works nfc on hand, cn
b aoinn) lattil on nliort time, strictly in ac
rordfjitfii With itcfifit.-iitir!)r4, drafts, and the
tefmi 'o!f thf "--.ciin tract. ' .ti.-('a iion guarafi-
t4tl. Jfo .will not he . tiujcvsold, North or
&Mti. I pfddrs !H fcd. AddreH,
l?;tr ' j , - J lOIN II. DDIS. Salislmrr.
17 HpitKAY Street, i
KIW YORK, .. - i
facturcrs and Jobbers of
BOOTS & SHOES,
fou I I
Have a oinpUte stock in all line, include
in lliijr ipopnlar (inutile State inL
hip rltbrr shorn, and Wjmi'rns reb. unls,.
rs ptilkitinMl and car
lovn-fct liflaikft ratci.
J. i:. MOOSE
SVl.Uv-AN. ' . h 1
iii'.- i :
ijuderMljriifil havinr 4so'ciatd thenj
'I in Ir.Mi 4i4"--i. tuiiK-r linn naiiu; of '.
A. M. SULLIVAN, CO.,
It ojj.'djin U. ,f. Ifdlujics' new .build
wli.'rf 1 -V Will 1
l id !o r.ii ( t old and
ai1:, , c!it roiling
iit-w fr'cj: !..; T-: -i I :,r
STOCK OF GOODS,
a nr.ncrul asl
iinv Homsc hi
eic'ifc(i, and will
iin-ii!cii:j 'ic sold
Hi cyv' i'H dc.il hcavilv in Ciroeerii?"
y I Ktdiitf. b'lynijr iijid seliinjr, aid
invl'e all j'ki wiilrritluT fo ln
; rell to cajll
on them. -t i a. m. sl:li.tvan
t Vo. '
H. W. Vtiu I:
r 1 h I -Tii EI It j.-;
FAMILY GP.QSERY STOFfE
1"( JERKIN'S CORNER,
U liere.tli.y M ill continue to Sell Flonrj
Meal, l'reh Mat. Raon, Laid. IJutterJ
Ki?s, ('..flVei Tijeis. fMig.-ir, Salt. Pickles," M.
lasM'S, & , t'irH1ier with a lai ire and varied
.... -3 . : t ... .
Moirk.: of ho,.Uld ai'd table necessities
ltrVtig yuur clountry produce to
b;i i T1UCE 5c HUO.
(l':tQ i ; v
B 01J ITFTY FIRST PUE-
'Mitt MIS r
iHl 'Gohl atnl Silrcr jlrd ds
(led CllAI.ES -M. ST!!-FF
I I !
i for the 1
'6l laius, in coirn.iiiiinii
-V ' I ,
the jleading njanufactur
K h . mV-T "'""'r ina fit-cliWH Piano ,i
' J,lMlht.nbl insjirovement of hi- own inJ
,y;iiion. l. f,iua jt) illiet fitmnier.tsJ
t::l. I lrwh Mu d nt.ih of their inntru-l
he (jieelled by any maiuifactjir-j
M'ltnirnt of Kernnd.hand riano
iiiNth Orixa'T.. onn, twent r dir..
n huti 1 rni, i cn .,.,,1 i,,. i .'
. L, 'k. - II
ii t i i in i rsi:.d i 'iii ' ...M,
at;Vb'tr'le. . ('ontiimi'i
" "in- (, if t
r tU-Vvo hr.rdi'cd $ut burners:
of which are V irsrlniansL fv.-i;
I'Hlur.i.l If .
ll ('jtroliHiann, one liandred nud;
' I' l IM'I
tt :tcifcnc(UiH. and nth its
hn hive Ixm-rht Ihe Sticll'
ol tp.tr. war. ! "-
AULMX p.IIOWN. :Ag;nt.
I ..iih l)cols,. Trustee Deeds,
Sal q nt thip oHu
n-.i ..... 1 r ..i . . . i- -J '
. I i i "i. I'luiin.i ,iui rait uerc.
i ! -' I I . - !r- ft T.mRT7T? V Klfl .TfTTYl : 5 " TTT " ' ' "
Ij ! I) if la U I? U I ;awuwAMjrLuuuii.
' ll ill ij' 1 H 1 II llll F0H TIE $EHAK r WOLFQASG MULLEE
Havitiy asrain Orgranized for
BUSINESS, have jtist'openqd a I
entirely new and fresli. in the
lprtnerly occupieitl as ihe Ilardware Store,
! .1 I. . 1' m 1 1
the lingpeciion of which they meet cor
dially iavite the public. Their 'y - i
' i i r ' u -v
was carefully selected by ihe senior msm
bcrjof the firm in( person, and bought at
rates which will enable them to Bell as
low, for C4 SII, as
in thfe.ni v.; for Goods of same mialitv
Their Siirk in general, embracing
all the vaf tou3 branches of
Grdccrics Croclcnj Ware, Hoots and
SJwes ..Sole Leather. Calf and x
Skins, Grain and
Griss, Scythes, Cap, Letter
!' - '
iaftd Note Paper;
ENVELOPES, PENS, INK, dc,
a beautiful assortment of
rni I ' t y t . ...
u cy,ieei asst. reel ot their ability to
ive entire! satisfaction, and especially in-
vite iid tri,eu(is and teustomer' to call and
with thenv" the-ir acquaintances
expect and intend to maintain the
ition of the Old ' Murnhv L
whiclf i well known throughout Western
Nortl) Caririlina. i All they ask is an ex
aminitinn of their stock and Ke prices.
No trouble to show goods, so come right
along:. Their motto,
Small fprofttv, ready pay and
QU QIC SALES.,
"WTith a !;good stock, low price?, fair
dealing and prompt attention, they will
endeavor o merit t heir share of the pub
lic patronage Tney are ui the market
for all kinds of produce and solicit calls
from both Idlers and buyer?.
( & A. MURPHY.
IiOBT.j JIUK PHY,
, ANDREW MllllPIIY. A
Salibury, March 23, -1872. fS7:ly
"WHOLESALE AXD KETAIL
i " "
! And; Commiision Msphants,
i i Salts BxruT, March lst,1872j -
Keep constantly on hand a lanre and choice
stocli of GENERAL MERCIIANDlSEt
cf)inpnugl)ry Goods. Groceries, Wares, etc.
ot which jthey woald especially mention!
Sugar and Coffee, of all grades,
MOLASSES, - !'
- Tptior LEATHER.
SHOES & BOOTS
, f HATS,
JiPER and SPICES,!
f ? TOBACCO,
I ! LIQUORS, of all
kimlsjilwaon hand, of choice quality.
J-"Espeial attention given to coiisign
ments. and prompt returns "made.
21:tf U "
A RARE CHANCE
ToSecure a BEAUTIFUL
AND VAIJTiUiLE REAL ESTATE, consist
ing of a modern, and coinniodious house, am
ple out build jngs, gowl water, a fine large gar
den,! and front 8 to 38 acres of excellent land,
all lying in tlie nubnrhs of Salisbury ; all in
closed, and eligible for ; building lot?. The
above property w oneof the most I)'KSljiAl?LE
in this part of the country, and will be increas
ed in V'ai.Jl'K by the completion of the contem
plated lJai"l ISoads to thi "place. I'erSons ..in
tercsfed in such property, are invited to call on,
, i JN(i'A."r.UADIIAW,
! Is . Salisbury N. C. .
,. A prill ,1 172-31 rtf.
Fancy Hair Work.
Ilepaij- Uraides. inake Xurls, ' Switches, Or
nameiits and Jewelry5 Setts ; also make fami
ly hair into Wieaths, and Boquets. i
For terms Call at hj'r residence) on IChnrch
street. West jf the Methodist Church. Sam
pies can be seen at St W, Terbel's Store
on Iniiiss street,'- ' ' '
Mayl, lSTS 3itf.
E nihio Slock
33 O 2BE
There once wan a Count, so I've heard is said
ho felt that his end drew near;
Anil he called hii sons before his bed
To part them his goods and gear. V
lie called for his plough, he called for Eis sword,
1 hat gallant, good and brave :
They brought hiri both at their father's word,
And thus hi blessings gave :
"My first-Wrn son, my pride and might,
Io thou iqy B-ord retain :
My castle on) the lordly height,
And all Biy boird domain.
" ! - T I S J . ;
"On thee, roy weIl-lovedyounger boy,
My plonb I here bestow,
A peaceful life shall thou enjoy,
n the quiet vile below."
' ' " 'I !
Contented wnk the ei to rest,
" Ko wait jwas gjveni away ;
The sons held true his last behest,
E'en on their dying day.
"Now tell lis what came of the steel of flame,
Of the castle And its knight I
And tell us what came of the vale so tame,
And the bumble peasant wight ?"
' '1 M; j . '
O ask not of me what the end may be !
Ask 6f the country round !
The castle is du.st, the sword is rust,
The height i but desert ground.
I'U " 1 .
But the! vale spreads Wide in the golden pride
Of the autumn sunlight now ;
It teems and it; ripens far and wide,
And the hoiior abides with the plough.
"IROCK OF AGES."
"Rock of Ages, cleft for me,"
Thoughtlessly the maiden sung,
Fell the wprds unconciously
J ! From her girlish, gleeful tongue ;
Sang as little children sing;
Sang as sing the birds in June;
Fdlthe words like light leaves down
; Ou the current of true
"Itock of Ages, cleft me,
I Let me hide myself in Thee'"
"Let me hide! myself in Thee,"
4 Felt her soul no need to hide ;
Sweet (he SoUg as song could be
: And she had no thought beside ;
All the wotds unheedingly
Fell fronii lips untouched by care.
Dreaming pot they each might be
On some other lips a prayer
"Rock of Ags, cleft for me,
; Let me bid myself in Thee."
"Kock of Ages cleft for me"
, 'Tvvas a woman sung them now,
Pleadiugly: and prayfully ;
: Every vvtH-d her heart did know,
Rose the song as storm tossed bird
Beats with weary wing the air.
Every note with sorrow stirred
' Every syllable a prayer
"Rock of Ages, cleft for me,
. Let me hide myself in" Thee."
,; 4- ' ; " 1
"Rock of Ak, cleft for me "
Lips grown aged sung the hymn
Trusting aftd tenderly
Vice-grown weak ar.d eyes grown dim,
"Let me hide myself in Thee,"
Trembling though t,he voice and low,
Ran the strain peacefully.
Like a river in its How,
Sung as onjly they can sing
Who lifers thoruy paths have passed ;
Snug as only they can f-ing
Who behold the promised rest
'R..ck of Ages, cleft fr me,
Let ine hide myself in Thee."
"Rock of Age3, cleft to me,"
Rung above a coffin lid ;
Under eatlnall restfully.
All life's joys and Sorrows hid,
Xeverinorei O storm-tosstd mul !
Nevermore from wiud or tide,
Nevenpore from billow's roll.
Wilt thou peed thyself to hide,
Could the sightless, sunkeu eyes.
Closed beneattii the sft gray hair,
Could the mute and stiffened lips
Move again in pleading pra-ver.
Still, aye, still the words wuld be,
Let-me hide myself in Thee.'"
A Good Rule.
Ti well to walk with a cheerful heart,
- l; Whereyer our fortunes call,
With a friendly glance, an open hand,
And a gentle word for all.
Since life is a thorny and difficult path,
Where toils is the portion of man,
We all should endeavor, while passing along,
i To make it as smooth as we can.
i A Wonderful (J ux. The Middle
towh N. Y.) Press gives all account of a
riflo, invented by Mr. M. L. A. Merriam,
of a mot extraordinary chsracter. lt
lent anball through forty-two inches of v-fcW ended with the assurance from the
solid ptne and eight inches of hemlock, ' Pesident that he would adopt the views
and again through eighteen inches of solid f'f Greeley, and follow them exactly,
oak and nineteen inches of solid pine. An H would, however, make a single modi
interested spectator wasa lumberman, who Heat ion lie wonld substitute Horace Gree
furiiished, the material for the target on ley iu place of Gerrit Smith.,
condition that he should receive double ' "Very well" said Mr. G., "if j-ou rail
price hi case the experiment failed, but nie I W1" cme gladly and aid you to the
noihtng if it proved a success. He sue-
ceeded ih loostng his lumber. Science has
beeti proved to be a gainer. It mi:ht
be added that Mr. Merriam says he has
sent a ball with his rifle a distauce of over
two miles. Lead balls canuot be used,
melting before they leave the barrel. The
mistile are octagon in from, and are
made ot coraDosition. r he
composition.' ine rencrt is
louder than that of an ordinary gnn, but
the recoil is not heayy in fact, this lit-
Jf camion does not ''kick."
If such arms had been in use durincr
the; war!; trees would have been no pro- ' of the southern leaders, and his willing
tion to the cowardly officers or prudent ; ness to trust the southern people is no new
pickctsi Er. Merriani is also the inven- thing. What lie- is to-day he was years
tr vf : oth.er valuable improvements ago ; and what better guarantee do wc
iiumechanieaP art. He has apatent on want for the future? At a time when the
hisgun, end 1ms relused $500 for this north was wild with rage against the south,
shigle piece. ,i The secret of its power when the execution of every oue of her po-Ik-8-
ia pe0nhuity of the powder chain- l'.tical and military chit fs. and the confi-'-ber,
which; ia larger than the bore of cation of the entire property ofj her people
th( barrel, jwhich thre-cigths of an inch. 1 would harnl)- have atoned in. northern eyes
It length j is j about twenty-five incies, for Lincoln? assassination, then Greley,
and the ?w!wle piece is very light. The . with the wisdom of the statesman aud the
i)ail used vas a couicl one, and weighed sympathy of a great heart, stood up for
13a graips i tlie power. Hazard's electric, ; the soutli alone in his pirty, recommend
andhehiirgii was 210 grains. The dU inga line of policy which' would have
tory-emark- that this was done in the pre- J brought peace and happiness to the coun
sen'ce of a number of gentlemen, whose ; try and exhibiting traits, of character
name are gfven, and that there was "no ' which do credit to and commend Imman
chfatlng I i ity.; I
nORACE GREELKY'S 1XTER-
YIEW WITH I'HESDT JCUNSOX.
From thf Courkr-Joumy.
Richmond, Va., June 2a An inci.
dent m r. ureciey uwxor, so crcdua-
ble to Ins bead and heart th it onrhtlonr
ago to have been made pvtlic, has just
been narrated to your coriEpondent, and
he hastens to pUce it before the readers of
the Courier Journal, not Jess as an actjjL
justice to Mr. Greeley tii an a matter pf
general interest to the country. I be won
der is that this incident should By onjr
have been kept secret, dating back 43 it
does seven years ago. ' ' '
AXDUEW JOHNSON SENDS FOR GjEELET.
Soon after Johnson was inalled as
President, he sent a gentleman to New
York to solicit an interview ylth Horace
Greeley. Unable to leavalhe capital,
Greeley must come to hinLAt once at the
White House. Greely promptly complied
with the request.
Johnson opened the conversation by say
ing that he round himself la a most trying
position, ihe nation-was convulsed with
passion in consequence oi Mr Lincoln
assassination ; the situation was new and
embarrassing to him ; he fdt inadequate
to the task to which he hid been so un
expectedly called, and he elttlie need, as
he had never before fell i:, of the counsel
of some cool and sagacioui man. He had,
therefore sent for Mr. Greeley. What
course to pursue, how to Kern the torrent
of Northern frenzy, how to manage the
reins of government in a crisis so awful,
was a problem too deep for bira to solve.
Placing himself in Mr. Greeley's hand?,
WHAT MUST IDO ?
Thanking him for the confidence thus
repoaed in him, Mr. Grteby replied that
his be?t course was to call to his assistance
a few of the, wisest and best men in the
country. They should b representative
Hietflrom the two great sections. On the
part of the North he would suggest Gov.
Andrew of Massachusetts Gerrit Smith
of New York, and Judge Sjaldingjof Ohio.
A like number ot uilcru gentlemen
should bo called; they shfuld be invited
to the White House as guests of the Pres
ident, there to remain and deliberate as
long as they thought fit; and having a
greed upon some policy, lley should sub
mit it to the President for. his approval,
and if approved by him, ai Mr. Greeley
doubted not it would be, itihould be faith
fully and rigidly pursued, cespite the pop
ular chmor whidi miglit fur a timeeusuc.
Mr. Julnisou thought well of the eug
"Hut wh.it southern men shoild I invite
Mr. Greeley, to meet the gentlemen you
have named from the north'"
"First and foremost," said Mr. Greeley,
"Robert E. Lt:e of Virginia."
"Great heavens!? exclaimed Johnson :J
''he is the verv head aiiH. front of the re
hellion." " )
"I know thai," said (Jreelcy, "and for
that very reason you jiouid invite liim.
He knows, if any man iocs, the wants of
the Southern people; li5 of all men pos
sesses the confidence of the entire South ;
he is uptight: and pure; he would not re
commend : single action on your part
which would not meet tins approval of your
advisers from the north, and the result of
the deliberations in which Robert E. Lee,
Judge Cambcll of Alalam.i, and a third
man 1 ke them, from the son! Ii took part,
would not only -insure the approbation of
the disafi'. cJed States, Uit in the course of
u few months, w.-uld I am firmly persuad
ed, bring to your support every right
minded and right hearted man at the north.
The pacification ot the estranged sections,
your m lin difliculty, would thus be solved
and your path made clear toward the so
lution of minor dilnculi u .. IIow are you
to discover the true sentiments of tin south
and the wants of its people if you do not
consult her representative men And
what sort of restoration wil that be in the
plan of which the south has no part what
ever? It must of necessitv be one sided,
partial and aLd unjust, lie puisiudcd,
Mr. President, and call to your aid men
of the standing, position, and temper I
have suggested, and by all means call
thrm from both section5,"
In this strain Mr, Greeley continued
until he had
FaIKLT WON THE PRESIDENT s
over to his wav of thinking. The intcr-
of mY al'ility
i 1 hey parted, and ten days atrerward
Johnson threw Greeley's suggestions to
the wind, adopted "My policy," at.d pur
sued it; witlrr'wh.tt result the country is
, but too sadly aware.
j Thus it will be seen lhat the role of
XO XEW THING
' with Mr. Greeley, but is only a part which
he lias svstematicalv pursued evcrr since
the clo?e of the war. So, also, his; confi
' dence in tire intcritv and trood sense
From the Sentinel.
LETTER FROM DAVIDSON COLLEGE.
Davidson College, July l, 1S72.
t, i... .
icre i48t week. ' i..rn.
generally collects here at commencement
V B"4 lue rgest in Kortb Carolina.
But this year, because of the abundant
facilities for recess by'railrqad and the atr
tractions of more than ordinary strength
the audieucea were unusually l.irr '
There were only thirteen irraduate. itm
the style of their graduating essays, gare
assurance that they had profited aright by
mcir cry uequeni opportunities ot inter
course with their Professor. The va
cancy in the chair of Mental and Moral
eciencewas tilled by the election of the
Rev. James F. Latimer of .Abbeville, 8.
O. Several North. Carolinians and trrad-
uaies oi iaviann college were asked to
be candidates for this professorship. Rat
modest, or previous engagements Drcven-
ted them from securing ibis post of honor
and influence, Mr. Latimer is a young
man highly commended for talents and
attainments, by cmiuent lawyers, profess
ors and ministers.
The Alumni of Davidson College have
resolved to raise $25,000, for the eudow-
nieut of a professorship at that important
and influential institution. The Rev. J.
Doll of lanceyville, N. C., is the Prcsi
dent of its Board of Trustees.
The excellent oder that pervaded the
audiences, and the well disciplined or
chestre from Salem, N C, added mucli
I. A A a. 1 1
ui iu uuieriummeni 01 ail who were
gathered to see old friends and hear new
From the Sentinel.
Fayetteville, N. C,
July 1, 1872.
Mr. Editor: As the Sentinel is the
advocate of just administration of the la
alike to all ; and also the fearless expoeer
ot all sorts ot villainy and unjust adminis
tiation of law, I wish to give to the voters
of North Carolina but one of the many
villainous acts of a radical officer of our
town, and who is now the radical candi
dates for Stite Auditor."
One John-Riley, of Pennsylvania, who
is now Mayoi ot Fayetteville, had before
him a gentleman from Sampson county
and YN . ll. .Love, a radical of this town
charged with h iving a fight. Upon the
examination of the witucss, the following
facts were sworn to :
L he said . K. lyjve came into my
stoic, and walking up to tlie gentleman
ask' d him, if he w;s the author of an ar-
tide that appeared in the Eagle of the 27;h
inst. The gentleman from Sampson re
pli"d, that he was, thereupon said Love,
collared and struck a blow or blow. Mr.
Howard then taking hold of eaid Love
without showing any signs of fight farther
than to prevent eaid Love from inflicting
any damage upon his person. Rut think
ing however, that Love was trying to get
a pistol from his pocket, he struck him
on the head with a small pair of couuter
Love stated that he had hunted Mr.
Howard up for the purpose of having a
fight ; whereupon the honorable mayor
from Pennsylvania gave the following
judgvnent : . R. Love, fined 50 cents,
:likI linntid nvf-r in a linnd t.f ii In-.n.f ro
dollars f..r appearance, wih one bink
rupt, A. G. Thoraut. ihe hueband of a
colored woman, as surety. Mr. Howard
fi:ied ten dollars and cost?, and bound
him over iu a bond of five hundred doN
lars, with good turelies.
Now, Mr Editor, it John Riley, as a
sworn oilie r cannot do justice iu a little
fiht, what wnl h; do if he gets to be
Slate Auditor ? God 6acc the country.
Tnr I.F.A PKltS Of TII E S(ll"THKIl An
mies How tiiky Stand on the Qi ks- j
thin of Pl ace. - The l.ici is worthy to be
mentioned, not as it proof to any one, ncv
ertlieh ss as a f. ct replete w ith higiiificance,
that the men who led the southern armies
when there was real fighting to Im done,
and when the sectional controversy was
being settled with powder and ball aud
phot and fhell are all opposed '.o a Mr-tight- j
out nomination on impructable issues in
the Presidential election, and arc in favor
of the adoption of the peace programme
declared at Cincinnati. Let us f ubmit a '
few examples in each of the reconstructed
In Lonisima Beauregard, Longtrect
In Texas -John II. Hood.
In Mississippi Feathers tone, Walthall
In Alabama Pettus, John T. Morgan
ami Raphael Semnies.
In Georgia Gordon, lienning, Wofford
t l .i ii 1 r i 1 T." ,
111 OuUllI UaroilU1 imiupiou aim ivei-
''id North Carolina D. II. Hill
In Virginia Imboden and Picket.
' In Tennessee Forest, Bates, Cheatam
se soldiers of the 'Lost Canse
aro rallying under the banner of peace
aliirb has been entrusted to the kreplnsr
of h nest Horace Greeley becuisf he baa
s'eadil v advocated universal amnesty since
.1. . l .t .. ,,,) l.ia iriv.ii tlii
llli ciw-i; ui iuc ai 'i"u ti'
.. , i- I 1,f
lilittest t-viuence OI personal examine m
... . ' .. . i..
the t iUli witti n mm - uie ranit anu ine,
. ... i.i
w hom they led. are loiraing arouuu mem
an iiivineibli- phalanx, to win a victory in
peace second only to the gloiics of their,
record iu war.
In a recent debate, a member of the
Ca'ifurn'M Legislature cxcl.iim d : "Th"
honorable gentlemin from Calaveras
County i undoubutliy a person of grout
abilities a mau of many lalentu na
tural born genius ; but there is one thing
that I defy hiui to do, and that is to bite
the bottom of a frying pm without smutting
Frooith Stat:'! Tni'!.
TlIK AMtBtttAjr MlJ. TlnrTx
Tho last isu4 of the Amerirnr
menttng editorially upon M.j. Rabbin's
speech in tbi piICe on the 22d ult, says :
"The charge is made and substantiated
by record and public biitory, that the aid
Mai; W M. Robbius did receive the $20.
as a Iribe." h
It its issucf of April 22nd. 187 r-f-.
ring to the time matter it says: "Wo
always believed that the charge agaiu.t
ji.Kir itoooina was a sUnder. Agaia, on
I ebruary Id, 1853, when this tlaud
lalei accordion to the American, was fresh
in the minds pf every on, the American
copies Mr RbbbhVs remarks relative to
the "whole transaction and editorially no
tice! as folio s :
We find in the Rakish Sentinel a"stit:
mem ef Maj.hV.. M. RobUas. ia rrlition
to the Charge irblnh bad been made giiat
uiibwi receiving tweuty dollars fir get
ting a certain measure' through the I .eg- -Islaturc.
W do not bditr th.t t
Robbins acte from a wrong motive in
thU matter, as he says, although it was
unfortunate, t the present juncture, that
he was not mjore thoughtful and otrded
in accepting ven a present in coneidera
tion of any rte he may liave given. It
was a step frim the legislator to the laic
ycr. at most. Tbe statement of Major
Robbins willi be seen iu aiiotbc. pl.ice,
and, we hope, be deemed satisfactory."
Uettasd 6t a Rascal. The Presi
dent has appointed ei-Congressman
Clark, of Tekas, to be Postmaster at Gal
yeton, atapalsry of S4.000 a year. It,
is little morjf than a month since Claik
was ex-pelhid from his seat in Congress
by a unanimous vote of tbe Houte, ou tin
unaniinouji rt-jiort of a committee that he
held it by thje grossest fraud. There arc
no'charges made agaiut the present Post
master at Galveston, aud hid eupcrjcdnre
is not ouly a! violation of the new Civil
Service rule4, but is followed by an ap
pohitmentunlvcrsally denounced by fi iend
and foe alike of the Admiuistration.
TlIEliE will be a grand Democratic
rally and barbecue at Weldon on the 13th
inst., at which Hons. F. P. RUir, Z. II.
Vance and o
hers will speak.
A Chicagd lady, seventy-two year? old,
is the mother of a baby aged ten dayf.
Passal in tfc Umkc of Jlcprcsin tat ices
January 17, 1S72.
AN ALT to; alter the Constitution of Noxlh
Carol it i.i. J
The(i.-ncr.ii Acuibly of North Can.'.ina do
enact (threc-fi Bin of all the uicinUr of lacb
llobe eincurring. (
Tliat ihe Cotmitution of ihi Slate be aluri-o
as folJow, to wit :
Amend section .ix, of the firt nrti.lr, lr
slrikiii); out the fir4 clau tbi rt f, d.. n ! ji d
including thv onl "but :" lbi Umg tht- clau-e
rehtting to ihe htate debt.
Anui.d HH-tn two of tl.c ."-rnd rriilclr
striking out th word " aninrulv," an.l i ::. r t ii i
in lieu theruofj the word " litnni;ii: ;"' Uinj;
in reforciice tojihe nj-ion of ibe (iuur.il A
Anuiid Kclit n Cve cf thewcond nrii!-. by
striking out ai (h.il pmt b - ihe i (.!, 1 l e
iJ Senile di4ri:ls." at.d l rtiikiiij :'. tin-
J'brae";w n!irv id r in xi -. ii.i:i; ib-
' part no Mri
out luring rifirtiue to il.i-
. late ffnll".
AUJ a new
Mvled " w-ii.
trl;.n to I lie aeeoi.d .irti !e t
till," ai.d i read - f I!
of the central Anibly
r hnudretl il'H.ir- a- a i
" The nu mU ri
ubjwt to urn 1,
iiirii. tticir t-
re-"..;4tioi. in tei-riru to tin.
P u ; ii ' inn rr ii -n-.i!! i.!aiH
miy le prcr ed by law ; but tl. v may hive
!Ioiiice rl.n H i v are
I ifl K-.vion, and 11
ii .ic lull U-
Uit ctitt ;r i jile for ui h i-'i
Arneta'l (.ei'ibin one of the it.
le 1 v
triki:i out thr W'jrd four v ear.," in r- l'
oTUr lirl in iid t- ction, and i- irtim. ii. I i ;i
thtrvof, the f'f i ici:-," 'i''- "i rf.r
ence to llio t-r ei "f eut i i fin i.
Strike out tl. w.rd- " Supci ii;:-t:! r.t of rut
lit Vork, wlj, rt veTlbey - i-ur in the Cotii
tulion, tbu a!li-l.in that t ll,-v.
Amend --l",'in fi t i.f the tli id art'tcie. bv
striking out tl
i-rtiiig, in lieij
lv.". as to ci
,e w.ird ".lunnally " nt.J in
thereof. the wniil 'li'.ei.r.il
piif'.rin to the proviio!,r t--
sp4-tiiig the MsYioti of lb
Strike out sfctions
two t,d three of jbi
ln-in j the provivot:f v. hid re-
fer t tlie Hpiointii)eiit
Alter sectioji four of the
ll.d lut:es of the
fourth rtiel. so
that sid MTtioa hall read follows : Tl.e
if Uie Slate shall I vetted
a court tor trial or nnpe .icii!i.et(t. a u
l'Teine Court, SVperior Cot.r:. mjc!i n.irt nr
Courts as niirl be estabrl.ed by law. 1
Courts of Ju'b"e- of the IVare
Alter section eight of the f.i jrt'.i srr'o
so that said H-etioti shall read n follow -:
The Snpreii.i" C'o:rt shall rot:t.it of m Chof
Justice and tvfo An iate Jut:ce; J'nui
i'f. tliat Ibis suali rmt apply
1 the j ltje S
i duriti-' their i present term of
i bv death, re-filiation
OT O lie- We. Tlie r.tMll
. ; , .jl . -i
ij,.r (,i AoOlrt(e
Jutires shall be re.l :r.-d
j Alter serf
i so 4 1 1 it said
m twelve of
he f..-irth rw'V.
seetinu shall rea l a
hall ! diviJ'-d
i a iud-'e shall
beehosen: and in -each dii
trict a Superior
' Court shall 1 held at len.-t twice I . eacti
ar to c,intin.je t,,t such time in each couu-
tv r-speetivly as may be j.re-ciibe.1 by
Tlie (ieneral Assnhly t-ha
11 lav off si d iis-
triets in du tin:e
that the said n'ti
1'iilir s ipav cn sen ami i.-tTin :.
I lei ui t t'je first gi-iler.il e:. t.oti !
r tr e?n-
leneral A--en;i..v n'n.rri .r.a
L . . . i
: occur after t
a r.it.tica'iou of thi f t.
Assembly n.av r-1 rr f mi
' or i
ernse the uCllibeH
i f i ' r ;-.e to :u- ;
judlc: i' t-rtu.
.:i thl.-t tn of th- f
a, the end
thf p M. Lit jud:C.Al
Allien 1 Section f.iU'treti
of t'.e f.'irtl
kin out ail Hl'i-r t1.- m
i .. .r I . . 1 . I . . . t
rotation f -r
ill ;r(c,b- . or p.r -: n oj
f... i ...e tf v r:-b- ! !i .- in.e d:.--
trie! twice Hi Mi ifMi
. h'i'1 iii- j jiti-s uiay
W .ill earn other. a
may be prov
d.-i bv '
section f:ttxn of tlie fourth ar-
43. WHOLE NO. S33
tcle, and lurt ia lUo thereof., the fvliw
itg: Tfc Ci.rrl Ai.w.tlj !iall haw m '
power to drj iive iLjuikTal drpartintct of
any iiw-r r jnrUdictjon which rightfully
C rtau u it as a coonlinat d-prtiuf nt;
nt th GeD-ral Aiubly hill allot a4
dtribut tl m.X punuta of tli itr aJ j
riJ'.ctiwn. which do- cot pruia to tb fcu-T-me
court, amoug tL other courtj prr-t-ribl
iu this r.Ltitution or wild inty h
ub!ibcd by Uw. ia och tnanaer as it
nay d,ftu Wt. proiJftlo a proper t;a
of appeal.. atiJ rrgulate by law wbes
neo-k5ary iho ioebl of TiWif, ia ih
firci of xh ir power, cf all tb court
W.ow the Suprrmc Court, so fr as the same
may W due without cuCict with other pro
viiiD uf tb'u eiouiuiioti.M
Strike out sectiotit sixtera. sevva
!ern. biuet-n. twr-otj-fire aad lliirty-tlrre
of th fourth article.
Amend o"t'ua tweaty-ix of :L fourth
article by sinkjuf out all that pan which be
gin with, sn.i f..!l ,ws the word 'bV ia
M4 WlioB, ab4.- Xm -mi mm Mat. an
MrirUca int. iorrt'.a j tbe follwwio :
1 Lf judicial o&o-rs and tberk-rkt of any
eort wlueU mv be rtabhh J Lt law.
Khali be rhoteu ty th vote of tbe QQa!ifie4
elrrtnrs. and f r nrh Urmii tnav be rt-
erribfd by Uw. T-e otrr f earh nre-
cinrt, ftabl bed a in -W where rroTidoi
f.r iu this cntilution. Ua.ll elrrt two joa-tict-s
ot th- p-r fr torh trrtn at tway L
fixed by Uw, Um jaridictioQ khall rxtetnl
throughout their rw-itive ctmntit-t. The
(Jeueral AM-rnblj Uiay provide f.r lb W
tioni.f more than two ji.iu- of the jxace
in those pniucts which o.ctaUi citwn or
(wo, or in which other rcLl ri-.oa rew
dr it expd'rnt. The chirf magitrat-a ot
cities m.d incorpirated towns hair baTe
the judicial p"W-r of justice of the peace.
Atnei d section thirty of the foorta article
by H; ilvin oat the word twLLlp" and
b serting. iu lieu thereof, lb word pre
ciucts ;" alo in the lat euU-uce of the kaote
Kit-tion. 'rike out t!e words "the comuiii-
ti'U,rs'l tt.eroonty uiay apiLt to such
otlice f.ir th uttcxpiml term," aud in lieu
thereof insert "d ppoi ttoetit t 11 och
varaury f.r the uiexpired teio hall be
made as may W pr-ciiU-J by law."
Aineu'l feetion? oue auJ .-ven f the fi'tb
article, by ptrikiuc out the wrl 'eotnmi
Moners of th' several ciir.tie" where they
ocrnr in said seriious. and in lien thereof in
sorting the words, "rouuly a":horiiiee ea
Hblibd aud autliorized by law.
Strike out ecti-n four of the fifth article,
relating to taxation to pay the State debtS.Be
Amend tection six of the fifth article by
inserting after the word instrument lir
4id Kctii-n ilie wotd or any other per
In itilie word "nud" Iwfure tbe wmr J
"imrvevot" iu Motion one of the 7th article.
hikI strike out the in.rds "Jitid five CoUitnis-h'.n-r.-"
in raid M-ction ; a'.so add t wi!
sTtin the bdlowin: -The General A-t-etlibly
hall pro ide for a ytein of nouct .
goVerunn-Lt for tlie everal counties of tb
An.ct d frrtioti tvri ..f i!ie m-Tenth article,
l.y Mnkin:: m the w.rl rotntniioter"
ai.d in l u t';r.- f ii.er.itig the word
r inty .-.uthoHlit-f -.'iblUhed and aothorix
by ! c.v," and in t friiie -ctioo lrik oot
th- M'.r.l-. --the IlT-iM. r of Ieeis sliaJl be
tjr i iuio ileik or the board of eomuiirstoa
.v trik-- i.
lie'e. an i i
l; tl.n-e of the MTenlh ar-!i.-le.
f insert the fullowinff :
i-i.ijutr M'.i!."r. ii! et;iblibfHl and an
t Ii 17 d by
f Hill ll, !
v !-!;!! My that tbe repectivt
ii.. l iuto a suitable bomber
.t-. h compart aud
!m;e a if.. .ble. and marked
out bv do
'.t- l.nri.in(i.-. which ti a T b altered i ' n
ti.-,-. . r y S.i J n;b d, iior.s shallbeL'
S.i ,1 kl.1i il li.iiill list I L r.
b ii.- iiMi"- ' p;it.ct. They sbal.
1 C"f "f.i'e , rn. Tlie tOWliftbip fiV-
i rn i 'i'm ate !.he. 1 he toatidaiw .f
"' .V.I be .itne which l, re-
:..f..f.- .1 -ft.. .1
i.iu lp cttil they Lxil
!. ;tHi ri 'i.
.:r:l e i.vt m rt :..rn f.i;r. f. ve. if, ten acd
eii of :!.-., e:,th article, w hich relate U
v t.!. 1 1 - '. in .
i -. . t.th
I t . i t..!.:
i M i "'!.
I Mini ;i. !
e:M and nine of tbe
' t I. it g i '.t the w ftfA "yf
!. . I.i
." t.. Ti- tbe lircUf r Ht'ld M-ttOO.
-. . -i ! n tLi-. of e ti i ti t Ij article,
! 'l.r '.( lt..i r. tbe follow ill : "TLe
A.M-h.b.y l.a;l Ii ke uiible pro
v '.i t r i!..- t'.ar tei,,eiil at.d rea-
St 1 1.
ar. I i i
.: 'r M-!i- l. and for irfert-
,i, ! in publ.c iii'truction.
.t f . f.'.-.n five ,f tb.-nit.th article.
i t'.i-n.f. in. -it tVe follow iror :
'I l.e !. i-ral A-tr,bly si. .ill have owert
I r.. foi tb eli-ctn.D of TlUileew if the
I i iter-iry f North Cr- haa, in wvmt
t- iM f Ti .ed a)'! the privilefes,
r y'''". fr.t. lit-es n.d ebviovriruLts beteto-f..r,-
in Mt.y it ctauted tn, r CofifeTTed Cp-
;i. ti.e J;. .,ird of TuTees i f sid l"o!veri
ty: a d the (ietseral Aeu.ldy may tuake
ucb pro ;iou-,. laws ati i realatiooa. from
Im,e to ti;r.e. a u ay ! tiecsary and ex
peJieM. f..r tSe inaiutetiirce and manage-
: irent ? . I i uiti-ri-iiT.
j Miik it herttorj thirteen, fourteen a&d
f f'ieu i.f the :j'.r.tli article. rrUtinc to tb
' I ' ;. 1 ve- s'r v of No th Capoiria. Am. end sec -
i .. .:. ' n
f.e l.-v.-titb article by strikicf
w. rd -at the rl.arce .f the State.
! t rl.r-.f. iiie:t the words "by tbe
' 1 1 - w i do tn t iitrn pmrwrlT
t! ! ( i tis'itttioa. tar
I';i2 in 'i"f. v 1.
i- p.iTi nt ' o d4 t
ove be fatrve. shall Imp
X' f Ibe State.
. i f t' e fourteenth ar-
I r t'.-rt v i vrr ati-l
A'.-- - t'
t'r!. so t:..i?
r .!..-. -N-
Lei or i Vice i.
1 read aa fu-
i- r- .a wbo:.a'.l bold any uf
.rtjtoT prof.' under tb Untleo
.M!i . .r a; r departii-en' t ' ereoi. or tnde
any other -tate or c " ft.:. M. tball bold vt
ei.eir:.- a iy other i2i-e r p'ace f trost -r
p f.t ui ii-r the nutbf.rity .f thlf .StaU. T I
-' 'jrible to a i-at iu either boute o'
!. rl AM iiJdy ; ' uriJfd. That t.o: r xr
1 rein c .i.Uibed sha'.l ettrtvd to i-Ei-! s i ..
the mibt'.a. Justice of lie Peace. I o:i ui.
si.-tur I r Spit il lur o--."
A 1 : an' :': .-. r rec.ii,:i to the focrt'- -'e
to b sl.-d -ic' f Ti P. and to r -. .-
f .'.'. : (':ti'y .:!'frr. j3rirea of
p. -ce I it'-r C' cerrj vbos cEc-v i.
;!.. ' ' "r -':..itC"l any way by 'V
e re '
. f t! C- i,.l,'l!'i"l!. Stl.i Ci I
r o r f'ir.ci. i et til any rot
y to b vn if by lw in irder . j-'.
: . t 1 alf -ratio:., so far s i-
f!eT- sl.a 1 have Imd tr;ade."
lie i.", i 1-r the Sectious in ll.se s;i'f,
fr -tw wh '.i 'i s-ctiori has beeii -'i-w
;i!.oi:t it.n iuseniou .f kijother ia i; - '.
ULi L'it e to rtcr T.eT s ct ion that Lt - r
wh'.rri by this i.i.-r!.i wotj!d hare fseea. :
to the section f .r h:ch it s.ibstlfrd. -f
the a!erati "1 s'.'i be etT.bod.eJ jtfito ti
eori-in!;onviRl the several seclious naifey.
I: i 1