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SALISBURY, N. C JDLY'26, 1872.
J. J. BUUXKJt,
Proprietor ud Editor.
5. J. STE W AUT,
' i Awoci-te Pditr.
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NO. 45. WHOLE NO. 835
JIATKII OF SCfJCniPTION
Osb t KAU, paylJlin advance.
Hix Months, " .....
5 CojUasjio ooe adjross, :
R.fc A; MURPHY
TJaviiiff aain Organized for
XX Bl)SIMSJ, have just opened a
t- i- i . . -
: , CHANGES.
Down by the brooklet Low often I rat, . . .
To muse oa the changes life's drama portrajs ;
I thought when a youth, how sweet were the
' Of the Lark and the Thrush in warm sum-
: Yenini hate gone by, still the brooklet remain,
But the songs of the birds are hashed in the
From the Raleigh Sentinel.
Messrs. Editors : Following the lead
ing Radical orators iu their tour through
the btatc, aud cleaving to their Btepa like
WARNING TO SOUTH RR MEN.
Under thU head we .find in the New
York "Tribune" of the 13th inat., an edi.
torial containing some timely and prudent
nu-gesuona wiacu we rcpnut here for the
COXGRE&UnXAI. KU-KLITX LKCIH-LATlOX-jlTS
ALTY DTCLAUED BY THE UNITED
STATES SW'REME COURT.
the slime on the trail of the eerpent, there of our people :
appears a small sheet, wliich may be con- OMr lu1 te presidential compaign
sjdered "par excellence, thf campatgn e&u mest, we etiall hear from that th- act uf Conehtf. cmmunlr kt.u u wc fashioned ilrer bowls and ehirrr.
r v . ir . . t ... . . . m , . ...
1X)C ATI ON AN OBSTACLE TO "
It was on a bare rock, enrroandd br
.1 .t. . .i . -
OoTcmor Vane. .taV. ,b.t h. was in- U"rP . tint I' 5 J W
form-d br tbe IIoq. K-..l, J..l il... 1 Puwl UP fl,"7 leiShL On that
the 3upru. Court urth iViiedStafs have cra? forrn the robes of iVr-
deciJ-d in ou .fth vuth Carolina r un satraps and Sicilian trrants : there
mesi grew near yonaer green anon doeument or lU virtue and defamatory J oouw.rm piaies ircqncnl rumors of a th Ku-Klnx Art is nscurtitutkmal. bat for tLe banqurU of khWand there
PdT Ifl when I whneM the chanse-- BK,a Ane Da . emocrauc- - - i.6rB. i c,c . m ohm tovti wiu be Pur- l'omtruantan amljrr w fet in Ldin
W$i?&$x IX.tSSSZx Coc.erv.tiv. ticket are aUed , wltk . ,U Do t ke ,o freqeuat tW TSf !. J- I 1
, i mnra or ifj mnmi iv. idq ins iiiiiiHiifi i . - ..i, vunkicra ii:uiitt:u i . "M " 11 "
It- ' ' I . . I j , . , I il.o T..-;.1... . l r
STOCK of GOODS
1 O ' - - .1 T- t . - " . .
aosety the hillside a willow tree grew, J of calumny, cool assertion and impuden: ,ne 1 re8,aen ' P1 fctieme of having up
I lying are indifferently employed in this lue teiegrapn lines, and putting thein un-
entirely new and fresh, in the roorn
fortneriy occupied as the Hardware Store,
and next door to Bingham7 & Co., to
thej inspection of which they most cor-
When oft in its shadows I snent manT hours: I lvtmr ra ind;ff!ornt1tr rmnUrnl
WUIe each pendant branchlet stirred in the infernaUroadside. My own name and J er tue nnageiucnt of the Post OfEoo
character hare received the distinctive 1 partmeut ; but even in private hands
of Kgypt and the cdorous gams of Arabia j
HEAI) & FOOT STONES, &0.
1 (JOHN Hj BUISi
rp j2NPKKS Hh coinfliinPEts to his friend diajly mvite the public. Thejr
X land th pnblir.Wndj hi thin niHbjod would I ! . I
bilni to their attention extendi'd; facilities
fr nieetitig deuiandit in in line oi uuninesr?.
lie i nof prepared ; to furnisn
Orate btfiH'-K. irom tc (
to the cMlieht in-Himn
a fnongni 01 ine lair one i wreamea in sweet i ,. . 7 ik. : r ii-Vi
eomn inent ot its most rare alnae. Anv- lne telegraph is not iufallible ; operators
,,UUW J i - . . l-i
Twas there she avowed to lore me the more I thing would be preferable to its approval. n.a reporters art subject to like passions
The twilight bad faded away into night: The charge of which I am the object oluer meu ; and tbe desire for a start-
W j UI il
all; kinds of I
Thcstars as titer twinkled afar in the sky.
(Seemed joyous to witnetwour mutual delight.
ButalasI sue has changed; lova vanished sway
Thf heart that is fickle will always betray. '
The; changes in life, how many they are;
Street blossoms in spring-time perfuming the
BtvlM and Very costly wrks not on Uund, can
be accommodated on short time, trictly in ac
cordant with ttpeciloatlons, draft, and the
tcnlii of'! the cutract. Satinfaction giiaran
teed. 1M will not be MnderMoId, Xorth or
fioiith; Otuors wdicted. .h -Addrenf,
J7tf JOHN lj. BU1S. SaliKbary.
i - - " i
li MURR4Y Street,
NEW YORKi :
. I II
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Those prcfeiing J was carefully selected by the senior msra- Verdure in summer the wildwood bedecks,
How it sickens the heart to make it estrange.
! ; TUE NAKED TRUTH.
ber of: the firm in person, and bought at
rates which will enable them to sell as
low, for CASH, as
ca. vuvi iii,rtuuiai.iiig i !; change 1
an me various nrancnes oi
Dry Goods, I
Groceries, Croclery Ware, Boots and
Shoes Sole leather, Calf and
Binding Shins, Grain and
Grass, Saythes, Cap, Letter
j y ' I
and Note Paper, j
, ENVELOPES, PENS, INK, tfrJ,
D ' j . .
mav be brief r stated to be : llnS ,ltrai which is constant in the renor-
U That I arrested aid. dragged to a Ur' bosom, vHl help the manufactureig
bull-pen forty-two respectable women of c Purona newt.
Randolnh count v. 'or months past the common testimony
I say that I never arrestee, or cansed a11 ua darcd the Sontb as peaceful
to be arrested, anv women of Randnlnh as Massachusetts. The Ku Klux orean-
rnuntr. bv anv order, written or verbal. I ton known to have been abeolutelv
. J w w I a a . ...
V 1 1 1 a irta aaai.louoe rf autumn fl tr in tViA I 'lh 1ft rharcrfi ia therefore ffllie. I fcoatiuoucu. 1 L6 coutb. wc know. Yearns
lit Iv aa BWli-vv vr aaufruuau aa aa s,mw 1 O " I C3 1
eales. . : 2. That I sanctioned tho torture of one Vr Pe,ire u,,d Southern men arc doing
Friends that were, fast-friends hare long lost Mrs. Owen. and. it is even insinuated that I aU m lue,r power to secure it. On all
J their loye I witnessed and aravated ser sufferings accoant welcome the purpose and the
Tiespfafiont and true practice. But do they reilizi how impor-
nave since oeen ruuueij severeu in twain - - --- . 7 , - 7, 7- ut it t. l.v .I,n1,l Ka
Thm . nf oniiMrmmt . hm vanishod a I ever lUVSnieu LO llllUre me lame. Or anV I " "r v. U1I
human beinir. I denounce the 1 ar. f guaru, auu conuuci memseivcs aunng mc
appeal to my unblemished character, es- canvass with uncommon prudence t Thero
tablished by 28 years of citizenship. I wil,1 not be wanting base persons ready
appeal to the Confederate soldiers of the and eaSer 10 ,l,flj"ne old wounds, to
StatP. and to v-rv man and wnr, nf ""g collision between whites and
honor in North Carolina, whether this
thing is true of me whether it is possible.
S BX WILLIAM CULL.ES BYRAKT.
A little; vdlume of Fables in verse, and in the They will answer that it is not
bpanish language, by Jose lioseas, has met I tnge tbe rest
blacks or between republicans aod demo
crats, aud they may be certain that from
nouoced, jnit the (hiog blow to Radical
shals. ar d Jndseajik- R.nd and Buted. ! Mrory India, and tbe Un cf llnUin
who disgraca th-irtoutrv will no ha&rr 1,1 u, Irl ,a.v 8ccl fcf preat ships which.
be able to oppress our p.rle. hd weather d the storms of tbe Eaxin
iiie importaore r this decision ran- d the Atlantic, rowcrfu and wealthy
not be oTer-CKtiiuaUsl. cau scarrlj . c. lonits in duiant parts of the world look
realize that the day has actually r.inr when id np with fiiul rtrtmtce to the little is
citit laT re.gns snprtme in North Carolir.. ; Und : and dnm. . Vfl
- - w j . z r t - . t - sa u n siia
th- United Stav dlr;ai in- K.-K1 ' j " "i N.l' C?
nauons ix-iccu inc iivdaincs and the
v-w lflH.BlUt UI1
witbdmual oflh por from tbj lr-5iJiit
to f u?pend tho writ of Hainan (Vim, it
may ue saieiy saia mat the day or baronet
ruie nas passes.
We have been throueh a terribl ordeal,
bot we verily believe that Wtter dart are
before us- We cannot overestimate, r"e y,
the imporUuce af this derisiou. Its first
effect will be to putau end toihe thuiPuds of
indictments in the Federal Courts, ('arrow
aod BoudwiMno longer baablrtn frijrhten
voters away from the p.dls by threats f indict
ment ajfalnft themselves or tht-ir friend.
The people f North Carolina will at la.t be
freemen once more. Thank God for the
happy day !
It is ranly, howeve. that anything corros
to us in thin world, eillier of nnmixd l,1
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rttr till nriv r VnifoinLi.. awm.. H . r . ...
:,v" . u"u'.l.u' j-yed atth.. Kreat Lenetiis o (low fro,,, U.
ave complete stock in all lines ittclnd- amI bcautiful assortment of
inp; iim-u popular tnuHiit ;oiic jimu,
Kip Plow shoes, hnd J omens Pelt, hah.
J pnU'fS solicited and carefully tilled at
lowest market rates.
J. E. MO0SK, S.-ilesmian.
with such iavor in Mexico, that the city an
thorities have adopted it as a reading book for
schools. The following is a translation of one
of the fables :
Beautiful truth once in the days of yore,
j! Put oh the brave array
Which then the goddesses of Hellas wore,
j i And issued to the day .
Robed in such sort, with graces so devine,
That mert, adoring, built to her a shrine.
' The geds, indignant at the eight,
Kose in defence of their invaded right,
i "IIorror and infamy," they cried,
"And profanation !" and they came and went,
Pacing the ambrosial courts from side to side,
Till a wild tumult filled the firmament,
i; :H 1 1 - ;
Jove, to appease their fury left the skies,
And quickly stood before
3. That I am responsible fur Owen's
J. 1.'. (JOM'AX.
W. .nixlendjrnfd li ning ajijoeiated tliem-
iu Ihmiih'ss uiulier the linn uaime of
They feel ns?nred of their ''abiljityto
give entire satisfaction, and especially in- The chrine of Truth, determined to chastise
vite out iriend and customer? to call and
bring with them tlicir acquaintances;.
They expect atid intend to maintain the
ri juirat ion of the Old Murphy- Hoitse,
which i well known throughout Western
Ninth Carolina All ihey ask is an ex
aiiiiiiation of their stock and the price.
LiTo trouble to show .goods, so come right
uhjHig. 1 heir motto,
Small profits, ready pay and
QUICK SALES. 4
fisticuffs in any Southern States will be
magnified by the Grant papers into a new
death. WprP T so. I should not .brink rebellion, and every murder or wounding
the responsibility. But I do not even madf lo "PPr to the Isortbern public as
know how he ?ied. My orders were to anouier ivu tviux outrage, it a negro
offer pardon to all who came to mc. No- laborer w uciiarged, some one will be
man was ever k ed bv niv orders. Sver. ,uuuu lu rrpreseiu una us a prosenpuon
hundred men surrendered and acknowl- for principle's eake ; and we do not doubt
edged my humanity and good faith. that before l!.irce wccka. are over, the
4. I am accused of having "shot and vjraui HrLea ,M Irtu ua"J w,lu reports
killed, one beautiful Sunday morning ot murderous tvo Mux assassinations and
young, Northcote, and that because he a desperate attempt will be made to alarm
would not raise his arm to fight against uie ionmrn voters, oy pictures oi otsor-
the Union " Uer aua lawlessness iu tue Ooutu. l tie
This is given on the saying of Judge trQtl1 ld a good, square, atrocious pu ce of .
Sett Ur n dOAII niMnvinmw . .n..r. iaICMS HUICUCB 111
decision when am,ouur-d.
we a: conipelSed
to admit that tiie t'.ut that it i not aniMUiT
eJ an outrage of so cros a character a to
disgrace the Couit thus withholding it." de
cision from the world.
But this Is not the first time the Supreme
Court of the United State has diftfraced it
self in thisj manuer. It was Mr. Justice
Urier. if we mistake not. iu th- (ierlaiid or
McArdlecase, who aked t'nat his diap pro
bation of the Court in refusing to announce
its opinion, pfter it ha 1 ben formally aer-ed
upon, inigh be enterel of record. Jud'e
Crier said t iat the Court was subjerting it
self to censure and deserved ri-nsure. In
that ca.xe M believe thf obj-ci f the ('.nut
. . j . v . . . r . I. .. l . : r.i.
the South : . :' ' .; ... . . . . ..
ini i Hi" uuie iu v i'i:l'ips 10 ,i.,i',re
With a rood
wwuv k-- iwv,i av pi it.c, inn
diiiliiiff and nronint attention, thev will
endeavor to merit their; share of the pub
lic patronage. They are iu the market
Theisacrilege ; he tore
From her the regal mantle which she wore,
, And stripped the robe away,
ii And tiling to falsehood's hand
Mantle and robe to serve for :irr:iy,
And gave to Truth this tcrrildo command:
"Be thou forever naked from this dav."
And therefore, readef, let not Truth be blamed,
If evermore since then;
She hides in corners, humbled and ashamed,
And rarely seen of men.
' , Written for the Daily News.
ers with their fit associate, p.nd only peers would JU8t now be a fe'fdfcd to the Grant ai,ri0,i;i lUtnre taking n-av fro,,, ii,.-
the paid informer, tlw common spy, Par,v- If they could prove, within the . Court its jurisdiction in the premie,
and the common iian"m.in. I refuse "to l!l!Xt tft, tnonih-, a th .t half dozen ne- Iu the present rase the ol.j.- t ..f the t'.n n
'?tan, condiiecd(d to court tbe popu
lation of tint buiy J,ire. At a liter period"
on a dreary bAi:k formed by tbe soil
which the Alpine streams swept down lo
the Adiialic, rote ll.e palaces of Veuice.
Within a space which would not bv
been thought Urge enough for one of
the paiks of a rode noithern baron, wei
collected riches lar excding those of n
noitheru kingdom. In almost evetr one
of the private dwellings which fringed the
Great Canal were to be seen plate mir
rors, jewelry, tapestry, painting, carviirg,
such as might move the nvy of the mas
ter of Holy rood. In the arsenal were
munitions ot war sufficient to maintain a
! c mlcet agiinst the whole power of thf
. toman j.uipire. And, before the gran
ducr of Venice bad declined, another com
mon wealthy, still less favored, if posi
lie, by natiue, had rapidly lisen to a
power aud eloquence which the whole
civi!iz d worll contcmpted witb envy and
admiration. On a desolate marsh over
hung by f.gi and exhaling disease, a
tnarrdi where there was neither wood uor
store, neither firm earth nor drinkable
water, a mirsh from w Inch the ocean on
one side and the llbine on tbe other were
with difficulty kept out by art, waj lo be
found the most prosperous community iu
Utinqtf. The wealth which was collected
within five miles of the Stadbourc of
Amst'-rdim would purchase the fee sim
ply of ."-collind. ,iuci ulay.
Tune "The Gam-Tree Canoe.'
BY WILLIAM II. BAOLEY.
."cohdrliiurgainrt a can.be sold by any IJonse in
tne Mourn, nicy win ueaij neaviiy m uroeeries
nnpcoiin'ry riodueo, tnniing und Kelljug, and
inrite all who wi.di either
oiiitUeui. A. M
ko buy of sell to call
SULLIVAN 1 Co.
JAl. M. SULLIVAN, CO.,
.AVE opened in It. -.Li Holmes' new umld
iiiir. iicvf limn' to t.lk HiLi'ilwaie Slori-
i'lji-re1 lljey will he pleased to liicct idd aiul
,'ii'W lVivn.U. They have. a niatrm!ittitfrooiii
thr largest und he'.t in town and y ,..
V. Uftrgo ct3 3(T3loxa.cllcI.
STOCK Olij GOODS,
intOMPRLSlNO a nf ureal assortment. Hard- fr aU kinds of produce and solicit calls 1 They went from the East and they went from
jj ware xc'itMi, anj win fruarviiatec as irom DOiu sellers ana buyers.
B. & A. MURPHY.
IiOBT. MURPHY, '
Salisbury, March 23, 1672. 27:ly
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
QS-EHT CTJD OE2 EE2 13EIX
; And Commissicn Merchants,
J SALrsnrRT, March 1st, 1872.
Keep constantly on hand a large aiid choice
stoick of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
comprising Dry Goods, Groceries, Wares, etc.
of which they would especially mention
Sugar and Coffeej of all grades,
y SHOES & BOOTS,
. FLOUR and MEAL,
! - SOAPS, ,
j ; PEPPER and SPICES,
4 ; TOBACCO,
JU U M and Uolti and Sili er Jledals Jrt?- especial attention given to consign-
PRICE & BRO.
FAMILY GRGGERY STORE
1 TO JENKINS CORKER,:
' NVlwre thy will con inue to Sell , Flour.
Meal, Fresh Meats. Bacon, Lard. Butter,
'Kggs, CpdTee.Teas. Sugar, Salt, Piekles, Mo
lasses, &c, together witli a large und-varied
stck of. household .andt'' table necessities.
JMng yur couutry urodnce to f
C1'UICE & BRO.
! ; '
Sent there by the people who love the land
1 best; 1
The NoBTri and the South had gathered there,
:i ' too,
United once more "'neath the red, white and
r j Then, hip! hip!! hurrah!!!
Throw np your white hats, ,
Arid vote for the Liberals,
j- Old Horace and Gratz !
In that assemblage of heroes cheer rent upon
As our Jupltea Tonans, Carl ScncRZ, did ap-
And the Angel of triumph smiled down on the
When Erin's John Cochrane came "wearing
Then, hip ! hip !jjinrrah ! 1 !
Corruption put down
; And vote for the Liberals,
i Grave Breeley and Brows !
On the altar of Union dissension was laid
Protection sat down bv the side of Free
And the passions, by mis-rule fanned into a
Were1 husband by the shouts of the hosta of
! Then, hip! hip!! hurrah !!!
Throw np your white hats,
J Arid vote for ihe Liberals.
i Old Horace and Gratz!
"Uncle SsiniV great plantation had grown up
j in weeds,
And Grant and hi cousins were sowing more
1 1 .
Tlie "Oli) Farmer," was needed to weed out
receive the evidence of such 'canaiilo.' 1
decline to believe that .luiie Settle
himself a gentleman is the author of this
false and studiously malevolent ufeertion.
I pronounce the statement that I killed l
Aorthcole the wicked invention of an
anonymous villain. 1 did ' not have
Noihcote shot. No man dare say so. I
did not even know him. lie was shot, 1
believe, by the soldiers of a Command to
wliich I did not belong, and more than a
year before 1 came to Randolph county
in short, when I was a thousand miles
away, in prison and wounded.
This infamous sheet, which contains
charges of nearly correspondiig atrocity
against every candidate on th State tick
et, is franked and sent (and perhaps writ
ten) by a United State Senator to influ
ence the election, and, like t Malay 'run
ning a muck,' it goes on its degrading
errand, stabbing and assaying character
without conscience or consideration.
I pity the party which needs and de
signs to accept such aid as this, from tho ,
very depths of my soul.
;roes had been binned at the stake iu Al 1-
bauii ; and that a number cf white wo
men aiid children had attended the incie-
1 l v t 1 j 1
matiou, n:m wavcu . onifaatr;ttc 11 iir over I
1$ lio less pl.tiii. It is the purpose to ::.i!-t.
President lr;iM t i pr..eM-d wi h !! -r'n-ir.
-: .t f t!..- 1'
tli" f'.uiK s, (Ir.ir.t'd fugli men wouh!
at. I m. in.)
eleetioH. Jf tl . ,1.
aiiii'"iit,('--d tiiant w'i
... 1 t ... .. .'I .. ..r .
..... , . ,WU"'-. llili..l..1'', I
once "lliank bo-t, ami take courage ; if,taM,i .ht t.. s,ea.!.,ds
'1 hey are just now a lntle blue and ,!i-- ' y j.yi,,- the ,.jit".un I..- 1-:
heaitened ; and stand badly in reed . f I a .;lit ti,.-,: ,, . Ju lte ou-i . v. r t
something of this kind, for they have i;o ' opportunity i.f p!.iyiut; t1 . s. r,
arcnnu'tit to r'flrr. r or the t,r.-t ti t i t il::n.r:iri
We iiust Soull.ern democr.tta vill giv
r( ArPT.'An i . r -v.l ritii,rla It
oug!it nt or.'1 li.- iu.j.
ed fruiii the lli-tii-!,.
! :i ! '.
r i .hid''
,c!i-d nnd d-ral
, J 1 ... .... e - J i w itli a rrt up! aii'l pjr Wzaii j i i.e.
...v. uw. ........ ...... v.... ... w. ..... ....... Hltui J0:llllnl
not merely to Keep tne peace tncmseives,
but to sec that it H kept. They have a
right freely to vote themselves, and it L
their duty to see that their opponents freely
exercise the same right. They 1, ivc a
right peacefully to discus the political
questions at isue iu the campaign ; and
we caunot but believe that they can pie
sent tneir own pcopla so forcible a case
nk to enrrv willi them the Greater tinrf of iu his id.te.-. We would Hot
ho inr ni.nil.nt votr ra nf llifir Staff P.,,' I laudable 1ul"rs if We had any
e.n 1m- .,f,
v. H d-
IL.w many of u but nf the eiprssion
a 7.rr lino s a wnk, and have it atick
in ili- ti.t'.Tt, it mi hall of them f It i
mj.4- j r, , l e n hypocritical apjxudage of
Imipi: ; - aiid social int, irourre.
A spoil". -r j;o b'hiiTl the counter.
i cuts ill: a tin nt- woiili ot tobacco or
! "r It:'.
u turns a pair of sboca t
.ili hi, incuse that be wants a
." and tl e grocery man savs,
ii.iit so.bd and injured af
"s wr.r. rTtit:tinr. thev ar
their opponents h ive the same right of
peaceable dissussion ; and wheucver row
dies or evil disposed persons may attempt
to interfere with this right. Southern
democrats ought to be the first and the
Many, Very many years .ago in the . most conspicuous to interpose the pro-
time nf dirdomatic nntiita aid s it ! tCCtil'fT arm.
was said that an eminent Udividual, noin-1 There is but one thing, as we believe, ' character, w ::h w
innted as Minister to Chira. Docketed his and as many of the (imnt managers be- ' ".fcT,l.,'f. u'" , "
A DIPLOMAT! KUrTlAN.
i .vkvep.al i.trTt.i: t haum Ti:kti:- i-
uksts in Il ii.kr's thru il tAi-.i.i.u.
From t e Independent.
We have eoiiehidcd to ijive ut uryir; tliMt
a ruftiau Im recalled from mir dioloinaiie M-r-
vice iu Egypt and a gfiit'epiHU app iuti d
IJIVe op oiir
leip.. t .,t he
might, after diMnissal, enlist it, the Kh .1, ".
army or go into the profitable Abvsitiian
slave trade; but it begins t" op pre- o tht
he ir.ay nturu to thia country, and theu
what a muck he w Ul rui ! A missionary wr,,:r
US a letter detiiilili so i.elliiiiu' ot his SCjn i i-
loiis conduct, and we pubusi, it s ippres-.tig
I onlv the l:; no of rt well kuoivii siM.rtir.j
. . . . .
Ii wno'.u lie inn.w- ;i srn.U:.'i
On hearing of it. our
Cousul (ienerul made au ass,ilt with mw-
und the tueicl.atit says, ' that's
were awarded to Chales M. Stieff
or tbo Lj?st IManosjtn competition
with all ! the leading mannfacturr
r ; ers of the country.
Office and New Warerooms,
Aa.0 Xortk Lvleriy St., JSALTDIOllK Md.
Tte Sttetr lManos eWiu'n all the latest im 1
proveinen-ts to be found in a first-class Piano,
witaddUional fuiproveulents of his own in
vention, not to Ito found ,ia other instruments.
Thertoue,- touch and fitish of their Instru
ment eat Dot be excelled by any manufjtur-
Ajlsrgfl assortment of second-hand pianos
alwaivs on haiul. from &?5 to :o0. 1
V ifi loir iKnd Church Orgins. some twenty dif-
remir; stales on hand I reiki $rn und upwards.
.' rwpu wr liiirsirateu ataiogne, containing i
..m m over twelve jiunareu bontUeKiors
(tivehnrJlred. of which firo Virginians, ' two !
hundred; North Caroliniafis, one hundred "audi
fifty 'East TenneSKe.in. n1A ofhpratlirf.iinh.int
the South), who have lx I light the StiefT1 Piano '
J- ALLIEN llUOWN. Agent,
, 4 S.
TVO SMALL TRACTS OF LAND from
four ito five miles of Town, contairting WOOD
and MEADOW, with a part cleared and in
orchard. If not sold before the 6th of July
nextiit will then be sold at public sale. Apply
t! J. K. BURKE, Ag't.
Mjiy 17, 1S7 8t:35.
paqua I i
: fhen, hip! hip!! hurrah!!!
i For the Old Farmer's hoe,
It'll chop out corruption
S As fast as they sow !
The Farm was in; thickets and briars thick
And hurricanes, trees on the fences, had blown ;
ml i : . '
outfit, spent it to pay off hit private debts, ' hevc, that can re elect Grant ; and that is Prbvierian f.id. ho. h.xn
gave up the mission, and never returned a new outbreak tf violence in the J-outh- Wn & Mi,i;t.r ,.;f lv H, a ,.,..! v.
what bo had received. I bis was one of ern States ; or, what would answer the wa8 Hl;t. t ,iefvll,j himself w iih considerable
the cases of abnse which ld to the aboli-! same purpose, such plausibU false reports ' bUcc. And now. having g .t into a 'par
lion of the outfit system. Now, the salary of violence in the South as would thorough- rel with some A m-jii olhcers iu the
begins from the date of the commission, ly alarm the Northern mind. The Grant ' Khedive's army, w-; find the Consul eogag
which is sometimes anticipated for the tho leaders and managers are everywhere ed In a disgraceful affray, io which b se,-n,s
.i i . I tlk;., l,t 'ilw. ti " 'I'hii ia to have shot one of them Iney mdinai.t-
convenience of-the nominee but in uo m- talking about tlie itbeiiion. i nat is ' - , , . "v
. i 1 .1...:- :..-:..i Tl, tly deny that they were the aggressor. N ,
stance uavc we iicara n? lore inc present ( iur,, .u-Uv,v.. A . , lV Rcls w,u he ha the
Administrationof a minister retaining ' peal to the "Union sentiment. lff7 ; di tfTiitT of the Uuitel States to support, what
any part of his pay, nnleis he repaired to j curry favor with the 4 Union Soldiers as ,vil, nedu wht.u ti haJ, L(,t vVvU t-.t ltWQ
his Dost and Derformed a Dorliou of his though these had not seven years ago, to usijr ? Eviry newspaper iu
. . i i ... .i i .i . . .-.
Decouiu citizens; tuey aro aoing tneir the country has published tnecaartea against
worst to preach up a new crusade against him. mad on iudisputahle authority, aud
the South It belongs to the Southren he will have a thousand grudges to satisfy
A , 1, tn A a I,;. 0frft.;rti.a ' with cowhide or buttet. And now, what is
and unpatriotic plot ; and the way to do
it is to maintain as they can een
better order in the South than is observ
ed in the North. And for the rest
when a lie is reported, let il be at one
f.illv and finihm ii.itivi l v orr.ved to le a rpinnri-.l. W demand it as patriot, wl.
lie. That can and ought lo be done. have ou-country's Honor rear at heart w -
ta. i demand it as Christians, w Lo are concert., d
LOST, ABSOLUT LY Lost. The State that our American missionaries shall not U
rr.a1ipd for ihn "jtrhnfJ fund" from the ashame ! b. fore their converts by see,. 2 their
' ' i half a
. i . i
A il.i.iil, um mb( r puts bis ntmc down
for to pay ti e prracher, and when
called on, . s only 10, w'r.h tb rrnafk,
that ":'mfs arr tfo !nrd," and tbe pfon
s.iy., '!! .,; all li-bt."
A IoaIt makes a rrgultr practice cf
coming into a punting othc", and ugpng
a copy of ll.e ppr, stating that "be just
wants to riad it," the edition it short, aud
th rdi'or groan i:b gbastlv ol.M.UCf,
"lhat'f a'.l right."
An entrav.igat.1 debtor tells a patient
creditor every lime he meets bits that be
intends to py the account "lo-morrow,
c rtain," and t!. Jour man tarns off with
"sh it's ail tih:."
And so i: g'K-s. It is all wrong, and
wc say i".'s s!l light, ami by -ur want cf
other tin unJer the sun.
a- l in i pnd( nee t nconmge lit
init..s;t:on. t'.iiijrintss. atul ccrv
duty, rsot eo now-a-deys. A corres
pondent of the New York Tribune states
that in March, 1S7P, one Thomas Settle,
of North Carolina the same who presid
ed at the Grant Convention at Philadel-
pia oeing appouuea as Minister to i eru,
drew his whole year's salary at Washing-
And The People cried out "give us 'old Chap- ton 10,00 in gold that he never left
tne umieu oiaies, uui in :uarcu, ios,
resigned his place, and never to the this
has returned one cent of the money. And
it is such a man who, in compliment to
the gentleman and honest men of the
South, was selected to preside over the
Grant Convention ! Baltimore Gaxettc.
This fellow, Settle is now a candidate
the result of Gen. Starring'B investigation ?
What will our Government do about it!
Disregarding all private apprehensions, we
demand that a loan. who. by bribes and
brawls, has so disgraced the country he re
tires nts. b instant !y and ignominious! re-
The " Chopper " was wanted, as every one saw, j for Congress, and his election is pressed
rpr who couiu restore u out "oia nappaquar' j by Grant J
Then, hip !j hip!! hurrah 11!
Salisbury j ?s. C.
H parrel Weeds, (Trustee Deed,
Cornmissioher's peeds, S hen if
Dedd3, Cliatte Mortgages, &i
I For Saleatlthis oric i
For the wood-chopper's are
It'll cut fT-the stealing
And lessen the tax !
They are: crossing ''the chasm" "the Blue"
: and 'the Gray,"
And soon the two colors will mingle aw ay :
God blesa the "Old i Farmer," and long may
1- he live,
I Tp teach a brave people, "Fokget axd For-
GtVE l ;
i Then, hip! hip!! hnrrah!!!
I Forthe IIero so true,
j Who claspjj the GttAT hand
In that of the Klce!
various other blanks for sale here.
While The ,
jj 'OULTJ respeetfuJiy pivc notice to the1
X f.ijnners that I am Ageut for the Celebrated-'
LUojrr and Reaper and Stccepsla les
I T IT 72 K fJ TT V. ' 7?
Manufactured by C. Altuianfc Co.; Canton.
vuio, aim i resnectiuiiv reonest thosniR r.e
of Mj.oreitlrerof these Machines, to call anrl I tHe election, and there will be no kitchen
sttff ipc aua get a Uoo giving full instructions
and Prices. !
THe seareitv .f laborers and the hich nrice
!,...! - . , r... r - 1
o y.ay, x:c.,auaKe inese Mac-nines a necessity.; I
I neaiift bring or s.ena me yoar orders as soon
as possible, J. K. BURKE,
: ?i:tt JsaUdbury, N C
Watch Them Closfly We caution
our frieuds in the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th,
and 7th Congressional Districts to be on
Intimidations have been given out here
from radical soures that they intended to
carry those Districts. This can only be
done by fraud and a free use of money.
Money alone cannot do it, and we there
fore urge our friends lo guard against the
perpetration of frauds. These will be con
summated if possible. To be forewarned
is to be forearmed. Watch closely, pre-
Neil McKav, the Radical candidate for vent the crime, and punish thoso who
bnirrcss in the 3d district, savs. on the I shall endeavor to commit it. Sec that no
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stamp, ? Rally this last time and carry
sale of "land scrip," do .ated by the Fed- Uimstaiau enmr, a -
, ' i .1 . .1 subcousulates aud pubbely eutertainiag the
era governmei: and the .nterest in the :rlijlof the Xi,.
V llmingtr-n and cldon, and liming-
ton and Charleston Uailioad, the sum ot
nd no parlor. 1
The Republicans favor mixed schools.
advocate "no kitchen and no parlor," and
Jbdce Toureee says he prefers colored
ladiea to white momen Blasting Poic-1 pame of frand with one of careful watch
USr 3 i luiuvee. ick'i ivoo viiiiimm
dead man votes. See that no present in
habitant of other States vote. See that
no wholesale importation of voters from the
2d District into the 1st, 3rd, or 4th is
made. . Scrutinize with card ihe Registra
tion books and checkmate this radical
When the "special tax" bonds of the ,
State bonds indeed, had gone down to a
nominal price, this "school fund" money
was invested in 180 "i-pecial tax bonds,"
40 obi anti-war bonds, and 40 bonds of j
the Mate issued f:er the war.
What are these boud worth now- ?
Northing, absolutely nothing! This
money is lost, absolutely l t ! Who did .
this onfrnge ? Radical ofii e holders who
now ask the people to give th ni a new
lease of power for ft ur year ! Who git
the money for these bonds f Ihe " Rail
road Ring !"
Is it pot minift the people onjht to
elect Caldwell and hi co-workers iu tV.
interests of the people ! How long w :11
radical thns abuse the patience ot tbe
down tiodden peoje I Sentinel.
SLNATOR WIL IKlSlf AND
Senator Wilson, of MaMachus'lf, thf.
R idic.il candidate for Vice Prcaiucnt, .a
advettised to (peak here to-day.
Is this the same Mr. Wilson, of Massa
churitls, "who, upon Lis rtturu from L"s
Kuiopean tour a lew years since, deliv,r
cd a lecture, iu w hich Lc said the bsyjlrij
seemed to be the national industry of Ire
1 tod ? The Irh, whose bands have help
ed to build every great railroad, every
canil, aud every great public work almost
ia the world ; the I rub, whoe wit an i
genijs have illumined the histories cf erri r
chil'zed lind, at.d whose heroism Lv
shed liire njin almost every battle-fnld
I jr a cntury !"
this the saTi Mr. Wilson, from M
saclr'.ctt. who in the Fall of 1SJ. saia
in a sp-ech : 4,TLe time has come when
the unif rin of the Mate lliliu thobld no
louder be disgraced by being ocu on the
bark of a Catholic Iruhtnan or an infidrl
Duchmau ?" Wilmingtou Journal ISA.
Nakrow GAfiiK R.v:t.kOAT)S. A con
vention in favor of nairow pane railroads
was recently held in St. Iyuis, at whiih
time it was stand that a road oftbret-
feet can be constructed almot anywhere
in the West for ? 10.000 a mile, wb.l- tbe ;
roa.is now in use cot 5 -,'0.000. The cost
of enuiriping is st ii'd to be tn tcli !es. a
well as the expend cf operating an 1 the
wear and tear. The engines a:.d cats cm
b: made much lighter, at.d they will r- t
only last i.iiger, Ir.f. w ..
Uj. ;i ti. ; ra.U. J' '-"i g
to carry a 1 iiu'e aiuoii-.t
The Grant journals in Connecticut pre
tnd to d'.ubt that Dr. Greeley will U.at
Dr. Grant, in thl Uti I, is proverbial,
1 I hat ". I ring party cannot kr.ow it
weakness, until the vote are counted"
' but a list ' f l b' hi! rtpib!imr.s wL ) lnv
given lli'.r nam' to -M,rri-y iat-s, i..
oi.'.v svn ten-pa in "D tiect icwl, are en-
vej -t- lltv. Jewell's majoriry p.X
i.ot used or if us- i .
)u t arrow g uige n-
itl, sn: i.!'
,iflg ll- to
, e i, -,
..1. ,.( il I- ut.t.1.1 l.e s.iwd. .' a for-
.... - '
......... Jo," ii,ti,.ii-i of vti'tr ;. ;o: p.,.:,
l.cj f, ;
t..rk and i
. i j . i r '
Clal.li'U lor ll.
' fii"h t'. r
' the I lie r- ftioii ' It u g'trg to rain very
!,j:d. b--v ' and y-n !.-! U'ter rt your
: ti..ihtei, i-jdv ' .V' Unnu Jlrytikr.
l'.I Hon -wiT!
m.iv 1" tlif
v. l r'tk
r so It of
r. rtl.e fntnrr."
l' cte! a.
hi sysie:o o
where l.e .,f ti.
Russia has an army of 1,17.1,S'V
which costs her annually Sl-l,''0'.),0oo, '
.V. . . .r.,(,r..!i.i ..t- Mlar,nri.e. rmwsatonrowi.Ures.de and
aua tcrmnv nas i.io.u'-w avuuMc, i r - r
. . 1 t - lorled in itrtpr'is rardens.
ing her S'JQ Jlo.VVV. ," uv' T
r'e.n, The ll'TWt will lnn-t
upon an er tir" rr. aiij f f llary toward
the Sf. J'.b'rn Star under the next Ad
luinistration, ar.d will held iry Co;
prrini', ip to lie contef,jpt a?d cm of
the American pple who favors any
tueaaures for the opprcku o lb auite
1 uscn of the South."