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tOK VICE-VEH5ilDENT :
ft. C.UA'X25 KUOWJV.
' RESULT. r .,
The result of the late election 'is not
jet known. The vote jii very; cloec.
JJoth aide- claim ,tler victory. - It will
probably rcc-uiro an eGehil count to settle
UiB uMtion a to whether Merrimon. or
Caldwell ! cletlod. "
The luctnbcrd elect to Congress stand
cb follows if!.
.Jit! DUtriet C L &bbt,lpabfcan
ted bis love of office to betray him into a
betraval of his friends and. Lis own cdn
nuwuti.'.., -, ' .f V ' . V
ln conseanence of f om6 confu8on in
the State law1, elections fofCorigrcas, will
be hold at this time, to lie repeated m iNo-
vembe(0 if Camden is not elected. .r
Maine. This is the first Northen
State Ui which an election w to be ueld.
The cljL-cUoti of governor and members of
Congress takes place there on the 9th oi
September The radie-il majority twelve
months ago was 11,000. The liberal
are confident they can overcome it, and
they are ging to work to uu it. speak
er Blain'juffs the approach of danger,
and has opened the attack on Mr. Sum
ner an attack he may live to regret.
0 R Tliomarirpablican6
A M Wiuhkll. DttnoeraU-
WiVA Smith, half and halt.
'J ,M Leach, Democrat,
.Thomas S Ashe.-Detnocrat.
Vrn M R(jbhinSrPeicpcrat.
. IiobkB Vance, Democrat,
The Lcgialatlire, Ula tbbughf, will be
composed largely of Democratic members
; Tho returns aire so. conflicting that, we
prefer to wait until we cin get jhe oCGcial
lijnd Reliable statement. : r
I Tho folio iriig is the V( to for county
officers not given in our talde.'-" I "
Coroner -Vcn. F. FralejJ, Conservative
candidate, 1700 M r. 15akcrf Had can
tlijlatie, 1051.. j , s
ISitrvcijorChtLB. ' F. ggoner, Con
pcrvativo candidate, 1706; Aaron Miller
liUical candidate, 1072. '
County Treasurer. --3 S McCubhins,
AJOnBervauv, no opposition, -m-u.s '
minations, John I Shaver, 1C43 ; K.
Gcorgo 51. llernhardt,
.Graham,- l507; J..-G.
6UMNER9 UrTTEU TO THE NEGROES
Senator Cliales Sumner, of Massachusett,
ban written a jjong letter to th negroes, jn
which he urgetbein1 to vote for Greeley Ad
oVn. . ; - '!'
- AVe were Irt hopes that this negro Worshipper
would not write any letter. The negroes ought
to have sense enough to know that it is to their
interest to votei Tor Greeley and with the great
mask of the more intelligent white people, with
out waiting to; be told of the fact by Sumner.
And since thejseem to be deteruiined to learn
nothing except by experience we are anxious
that they shall work out their own; political
twlvation in their own way and under tbeir
present niaatera. We have not the remotest idea
that Sumner's j letter; will change ai thousand
votes in the whole outh. But this will make
bo diffeence. Greelev will be elected in write
of the negro vte and without Sumner sirpportr
Sumner will fcring no strength to Geelet, but
nil do him a; real harm.
the crioii does come and come it must" without
a change, the miserable fellows wlioni they now
follow a their leaders, will be ihe first to for
sake them. '' r .'- -
If the colored people really wish to improve,
their condition amlilive on terms of peace and
tiaUjf ' withi the wlite cilixens, let them cut
loose from the damnable Leagues, cease to IoI
Iow after, carpet-bag: and scalawag leaders, give
rtiore attention to th education bt their children,
than to politics, an4 more time to the produc
tion of something to eat and something to wear
thgiji.to holiday gatherings and , idleness. If
they will do these things they Will always find
friend among the whites ready to help and pro-'
tect them.' i But let them persist in the suicidal
policy which they t have followed since they
were enfranchised, nd they only inshre their
own ruin. 2f either (jha. Sumner, nor Grant, nor
Wilson, nor civil rights Bills will save them
from the inevitable consequence of their fool
bsfdy conduct, , or jstifle the alarming cry for a
white man's government.
of the last two or
M X. Holmes, 140S ;-p A.Siffcrd,
C2: John Buchanan, 127 John P.
imer. 1071 :4-J. D. Johns ton, 1003.
Ft is bat justice to pay! that Tevcral
Conservatives were rniiby fthe Radicals
Conservatives kro Mr.Aaron Millei, llr.
t. If. Holmesj Dr. P. A. SiflFerd, and we
it'nti there are; others. These gentlemen,
Svo understand!, were placed upon the
adical ticket without theiri knowledge or
THE WAY IT WAS DONE.
The Rails have very probably elected their
jjorernor iathij State; and that it was done
by fratjd, inlimjdation, and the corrupt use
f mcUey, ther is scarcely a doubt :
There is go)jl evidence for the believe that
thousands ojf uettroes were imported into the
, i -f'1 " 3 J-
that hundreds jand thousands of good Cou-
p'ervatiivos weiie iutiintdated, aud that as
manj more wviv bribed outright to vote the
Radical ticket. ! In comities where distilleries
are tlie main industries of the people, they
wire s. manipu'ated by the Revenue officers
as to make thn a power for the Radicals.
Trarge numbers of persons hav beeu arrested
m trumped upjeharges, threatened. wiCh im
prisonment, fines, and great annoyance, but
who: Were allowed to rausom thtmselves or
purchase tlieir! exemption from these dire
ahmiities, with a vote for the Radical bomi
,iieeS.'; ' ,!'' '." T;"
Every species of intimidation, fraud and
corruption was practised. ' There is scarcely
a shadow of doubt that- thousands of votes
have been bought and paid for. Independent
fandidatts were hired to run in alarge num
.f couutica, weak-kneed Conservatives, it is
nllegd, Were openly bought, both to work
liiid Vote Tor 'the' Radicals. In short, every -ihinH
that a corrupt, vile, aud thetving ad
iiiiiiiaWjoti, State and FederaK could elWt
In tf way tif corrupting, deinoralijing, and
bribing tlie peoplo iu the interest of Radical
Uin, has l been done, without sernnlw stn.t
without stmt. No oue posted on the Radi-
al modeof operation in the Western coua-
ties ojf thiji State doubts what wejtave stated.
'It is pater t to every observer.
There jvere oher cauises that operated to
, defeat usj Although the vote in the State is
, Jargejy iucreased, probably reaching as high
s lw'P humlred thousand, a large number of
Conservative voters, tefused to go the polls.
m uowaa county aloaej there are upwards of
live hundred men who ore entitled to vtte,
but wh from Some course or other did! nt
eome r.ut ti vote. AVhat a shame ! VVejWere
unwilling to Wtieve thhtVe had siitany
men among us so little Interested in the wel
f. ire or their Cuuntry.J Sbme few of this arge
)iumbr may have been reasonably or hid
iinatel kept from the pls; but the grater
liiniibprs w e do nuUaveiiadany reaika
ble excuse other than; stolid, erimiua , iB.
diirerence. Such men iare Uft good citizens,
and the cohning generation will pr.mciunce
then wort: .less drones It is simply impos
i Siblejora .nn to batolflie go,i of his cUn-!-,rJ
hf .TO" wlbefng of his chlldi-en
I"! "rTllf110 U1 persisteutly abstain
irfm uiKing part in a contest in which all
lh.. !' 1 , -. - i " r
ai is caicuiateu to make the one desirable
;jr secure, is staked.
His extreme civil
rights doctrines can never be intertatned by the
great masses of the people who , will 'support
Greeley, the Democrats and Conservatives, and
it would be ruinous to the colored race should
they be entertained and carried out.
The intimalion by Sumner that the election
of Greeley ! will consolidate the Republican
party and destroy the Democratic party, is very
unwise, eemirlg from an avowed friend of Gree
ley, even if he really believed it. Ill this, how
ever, he will', find- himself most woefully mis
taken, although it may serve to frighten a few
timid democrats from the support of the Balti
more nominee. V ,
Mr. Sumner may flatter himself that he can
exert an influence among the -negroes of the
South ; but this does, not change the fact, since
he has declared for Greeley that he can not
get as many negro votes to-day as Jefferson
Davis, the much abused ex-President of the
late Confederate States. If Mr. Sumner had
appeared in some portions of this State two
weeks ago and attempted to make a speech for
Greeley and Merrimon before a negro audience.
we believe he would have been mobbed Ton ac
count of his political opinions by Grant's ne
gro Leaguers Mr. Sumner is simply an old
lunatic and ass. lie knows nothing about the
negro character, and he can't change a dozeii
League voters by his long trashy letters, even 1
they could comprehend his meaning.
V The negroes are voted as by machinery. They
are marched in solid masses to the polls, and
their ballots are cast in strict obedience to the
wishes of thope who lead and manipulate them.
(try iarirom it; yet they bcr irern with an
alacrity and promptness and serve ithem with a
subscrveney unknown in slave tijmes. If the
goon people unUertake to advisejthem with
respect to voting, they only beconte more ob
stinate. They follow the advise of no one who
does not curse or abuse the best citizens of the
land and shout for Useless a Grant Hence, ft
h not only useless, but a humiliation for men
who have any self-respect to stoop to solicit the
votes of negroes. The fact is, ifwej are to learn
any tfnng by experience or history, it is about
time w wcre looking at this negro tiucstion iti
tho light of reason and philosophy. 'It is hard
ly necessary for lis to go to San Domingo,
South America, or Africa, to learn the beauties
of govern ment under negro domination. Poli
tical economy and jurisprudence as understood
and practised by the man and brother iq his
native jungles beneath an equatorial sun, may
now be studied at home with aH the advanUiges
Of actual demonstration. Look at the monstrous
travesty on government as ..witnessed in these
southern States, and especially in South Caroli
na, for the past few yars. iy hat are the lessons
to be learned from mongrenegro rtl?e in these
States? As an experiment, has it not carried
conviction to the mind of every intelligent Ob
server ? - If eb, what are those convictions I We
think the experiment of free negro rule and as
sociation is a failure in so far as it was intended
Although the drought
three weeks has not been
very destructive to the growing crops, and
the rains of June, and the early part of July
were abundant for the best development of
plants, yet we were surprised by a day's ride
into the country to find the waters very low
ami in some cases! the bed of streams quite
dry. I The Yadkin river is very low, recent
rains having had no perceptible effect on it.
. DAVIE COUNTY,
Merrimon's majority, 1G2 ; Robbin'a, 138,
Priced (tbr senHte 153 ; Anderson's (for the
Commons) 100 j ' Stoneatreet (sheriff,) 70.
I ' CATAWBA COUNTY.
arerrimon, 12611; Caldwell, 426 83" maj
Ashe, 1263 ; Dockcry, 418845 majority.
; OFFICIAL VOTE OF STANLY.
the country ; and! that it will inot fend to
establish ita former njod aad pros perity
wit to promoto thcjinierests .of any cIjs
of citizens. . No4 personal fceln?g- of any
form or characterienters'in'o this judg
cent, fit is iu'view, of general piiiicitiles
and public interests 'alone tint X am led
-t rii... riM. ..:.: .t-
to inia coiiciusiuii. ids; uwuiii'T oi iijc
masses of tKe people of all parties, sections
and races in support of (the grand results
ot me war is muispciisaoie 10 tue pcr
manenttetJtblishment of the general recog
nition of these results and it van be se
cured by no other raears. Wcahall all
be forced to this conclusion sooner or later.
Thu united action on this basis has been
the hope of my life, t fervently di sired
u anring me war, auu pti mo recoibirur.
tion of the States subsequent to the war.
I believe in its good filth iu the nomina
tion of Greeley, and fof one, I tannot re
ject it. It was what 1-desired. Its con
summation, although suddeu and startling,
does not alarm mo. My duty to. my
country and myselt rcqmresi me to give
turn support. I cannot advocate before
your irionas a different course wine!
neither my judgement nor. my heart ap
proves. ? "
'It grieves me most;deeply to eeparafc
mysrlf in thought or act from any one of
those with whom I have so long associa
ted and to whom I am! so" greatly indebt-
ea, put l neieive that pe result will jus
tify pay action, give to-the country peace
and prosperity, which is the object of our
labor, and secure to every citizen the civ
il and political cqit:iiity and freedom
which was won by the sacrifice of so
many valuable lives'
Goc.--Merrimon, j 646.
Congrcm Ashe, i 038.
1 1111, Oil
OFFICLiL VOTE OF ALEXANDER
mind to enable tbcra to make nice distinc
tions.; (due somewhat doubtless, to that
nastct ot(, bwltzet considered them
selves personally affronted, and insisted
that the speakerhould drorj th iubject
of rmluics. Now, the aforesaid speaker's
Diooa was op, and be swore he d 'bed; d
if he would do it, . and thereupon a lot c(
Nvw York G ret Myites (who ere in a
large majority), rallied to mainuined him
in his emphatic, albeit 'aomewbai bUs-
pueuous.ot his neht to 'fiee speech."
Tl. r . . it t
a ue vjianuies pcaieu ior a ngui, ana trie
Greeleyites followed suit. . Jnst as the
collision was about to begin the writer step-
pcu ueiwcni iue uosiue iorcee, ana wuu
a serio-comic countenance commanded the
peace, informing them "that a row was
not on the excursion programme that
the Boutheruoi s had come on "a mission of
peace and to have a good time, and if
the fracas bad been gotten np for their
entertainment, a mistake had been made,
which they desired lo sec corrected ; furth
ermore, that if thrv! was a row on board,
' JIOMR 3!DCdATloS. lUtle , git!,
daughter oi one of out city clergy mn be
ing I tit, one day- to teud.uuar, 'V-aud
obeying a summons cf the Lcllihe found
a gentleman on "the steps who w ished to
fee ' her father. . "Futlser isu't iu, !ie
tsid, bnt U fT's anything about voar totil,
I can attciid.to you. 1 know the '.whole
plan of salvation."-Xeus.
llr. John Rowe, a ynng .eitiieu of
Greene county, was tiruck by lighting
; -'HcKEHZIE LANDS.
Theundem giieJ, by vinoecaa wh-raftL.
hiipenor Court of lU.an jumt, v,u ,
rutlie aacdPti. f t!. k;ch (Uiirr, u y.
txutt UiKXmt W, in thm tvmm SJi-Wr
.S-tirrdir, the d,r of .u, lh72, 't 1
ti'clocii il -, the fDllowln- lat;dL-!uipi.-1.. .1 "
IMtmond Ectnin j tv of XuttrftS.'ilKoeui.. d-crl:
ftitii trart of 515 acrw. The UdJisw mill
J L Ti-e 19 srre tract. tkMtiinv ik. 1 a. .
on Wednesday of last week w.d killed In- Z' V, "7U Uk,n- 1L
.1 ; j. if - 1 :" " -'-w.
Among the pcrions ofnoto. who died
recently in Greece, was Dia-Pslamidcs,
an intimate friend of Lo Uyron.' I i"
N'i:V AD V E I IT 1 3 EM E NT S .
Admiiiistratox's : ITotico.
All pcrvoai having claisis apdnst. lb- e4ais
of A. J ii l-ui Maun lec'd are hervbv poiiied M
niuuu iuc ouuuierners nngm isae no , md uav 01 U2iw, A. LI. Ana all itra;w
Oor. Merrimon,1 1 545. Caldwell,
Congrcm Rolbirt3, 547. Furehes,
Seriate Nicholson, 518. Foote,
M : Ilorton, 550. Cooper,
Ho. Hep. Linneyi, 440.
" Carson, muepcudent, -42.
II. W. Mays, elected Sheriff; J. T. Pcrrv,
Treasurer; J. F. Sharpe, Surveyor: Jas, B.
Pool, Kegister of Deeds.
Commmtoner-i--A. C. Mcintosh, D. A.
Daniel, D. W. Moose, James L. Davis, D. S.
Miller. i i .
vote of Cabarrus, august, 1872.
"The raiss'wu of Horace Greeley is tj
blot out the name of rqbtl from tho books
of the land." Thus spjoke Senator Trum
bull to a Northern consii uency a few days
since, and the sentiment met with a fer
vid response i-otn the hearts of those who
support Mr Greeley for the Presidency.
It is because ihe people of the South be
lieve that ihemissioaosf Greeley is 'peace'
that they givf their earnest support ; and
when a leadii g and conspicuous leader of
the liberal lJrpubhcArts, aud a supporter
of Greeley, jives public expiciou to
such eentiineiits as wc. have just queued,
the southern seoplo take new courage in
the conflict yliich lies; before them. We
have suffered under the government of
hate for more than seven vears we novrlAnwu.
cive our tumnrt to a nun who romf to , Atie,
" . ; . - - " li..i..f...i
n? with worJs of cpncihatioii and peace j "
who asks ua to clasp hjands with the north 1
over the bloody chasui made by the war, I llrnnwick,
and let "tie name of rebel be forever i Buncombe,
blotted from the book? of ihe land."
hi 11, mey wouiu gel ail lUO oiatre, f l w inue arc revuei-a u f z
Kit r..il.i;d..l l 1 . X.l. ... 1 ProtED'.lr. JOHN K. II lnr.ItU. -i CT4Trrj.w ni ivi
a party of Kuklnx : and finall v. in behalf . a m,-fJ- Jutl d J' ' l'AVU Cuuxrif. ! f bal
on his party, about fort etro. g, he auth- ? '"w - t :TWjT Sharpe. ,.rft 1
say mat wiuie lu v
pitch in as combatants, they would sacri
fice tho man that struck the first blow, on
the altar of a common country, and pitch
his bodyoverboard f.ir fish bait. ., They
meant busiuecs and would have peace re
gardless of coit8eqtenee in individuals."
This speech had ihe desired effect. The
thought of the lake bottom and of their
carcasses being grawod by voracious pilkes
which "there do congregate," cooled down
the combatants, who in a little while clas
ped hand acroes tho bh odless chasm and
siraighthway decended to the cabin, where
all recollections of the ulate unpleasant
ness" wore washed away in what remain
ed of Switzer's parting present.
III. TTie 01 rre trH mtVuJln'ir,w iU t .1.
(iX II. M( k'trui, and other. Th bidding
will Hn at iT .
m IV. Tt.e lx-ie Ilice of 215 acrem, adkli
ivr Uu- lai.dof llu hir.l HrrU, J, I. WWmaa
aad other. Tlii trtct a iU U Uiirid lmU
two or more othtra.
TIIllMS One-third r ihe Ulabce on a
ciiit of ix aad tvrire ramih intent (nm
date, r,nJ tint affwrirMt accurity. Till rv
Uii.e-J until all tin Hin'hai mumty k tmlA
L . 1 CI I V I! l.KS 1 1. MK fLSZl y
I I JOHN W. MeKJiNZJH
Eieitor of Murtfurt McKeniie. dye'd.
llatinj; jottaliM-d letter of adminUtrati.. c I VHi..'rr.i!,mnf
the lta,e ofA Jud Mon, dJ, I i j
ofl. r fur ai jwUiC anction,, at Ins lat rei- Tn .r,ni,ii
friili IL iTuh.,
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Tlje iickt election takps place in
he 22d instJ The election is!
01 the new Costitntjon. , for Govemm
...L.I t 1 ' . C ,
n. -pmie i-Kifiiaiurei and mK 1
-tL-- - f v-4 o
I Mr, Ganiden. of PttrherBKiir. k J
, Cbuscrvat vq candidal for governor, and
j Governor .Jacob, the present cdneervative
i K-crort is an independent candidate
arjd supported mainly by t nonradical par!
f Ho professes to ba in favor of the
iitvrf Constitution but his ? supporters jare
iicjaily ,allv against, it4-which places him
. ! in aij,awkwai;d sitiiatibn...The fact fs, he
! appcirs to jiave acted badly,, and permit-
lj The names of candidates in Italic repre
sent the radical party. Those in Roman,
Mr Japob CjBarnheart, con. candidate for
Senate, lias a reported majority in Stanly,
$f 239 electing hid by 032.
j VOTE OF ItOWAN, 1872.
How a Spider Spins. Few things
are more wonderful than ihe spinning
apparatus of the spider. On the under
side id' thi' creatine.'; body are placed
funr r six link: knubr5, ea-li ik-i larger
than the point of a pin. Tiie.sc are out
lets of certain recepiaeles within the
abdomen, where ih.i silk is pirpared.
When the spider wishes to sj i.i a ihn-ad
it presses the knobs, ior spinnen ts, with
one ol ita h, and loriliwitli tlieie i-i.-ues I ('urritm
from each, not one, but a ilnmsand flitres, i I)iviisin
f such exquisite finches, that it is onlv
when the products of; all the Spinnerets
a iv united tliat they become visible to (lie
rnk.-d eye Thc'i bread" of the spider
i thus a tiny rope id lour or six thousand
strands. The twisting into one cord is
performed by the hiudmost pair ol legs,
which, like the rest, !arc furnished with
three claws npiece. Using these claws aa
fingers, the little rope-maker twists her
groups of tLrcad into one with surprising
c i L
i i H '
Brogilcn, , .
to Satisfy ua that good and not evil Would
suit. Ao man in hu senses, with the present
l!l... i.-r. !!-,. ... I. . .1
..ti.iia ueiure nim, win undertake to affirm that
it is better for both the black and the white
race that the fearful melodramatic nerforman
of the last few years should be continued indef-
!-! it. 1 . - i. ,
nijieij in me nope that good way come bflt.
We would be stupid indeed, if we would nor.
eist in closing our eyes te the fact thai the real
status of the two races in the South is that of
violent antagonism ; and by the very nature of
uiings n rawt eontwne to exist, if i$ does net
grow worseso long as the negroes jare kept
massed to serve the vile purposes of! political
intriguers. We .shall not undertake tb d va .
but this grave piestion of hefcro government VFUrtht8' -
anu social equality, a .'natural result of his'
ascendency, must be met sooner or later. The
conducUf thecbloVed peopU has not impressed
their friends favorably withf their capacity to
goverp or with their eigbility as! electors.
Neither have they shown any disposition to
heed xhe counsels of their best friends and the
most judicious and sagacious of our statesmen
We regret to say that this is all to their great
disadvantage and injnry. 'wer iinpossihie
that their present status of antagonism or bitter
ness toward the large masses of the better whites
of the South, can be maintained withont ulti
mately disgusting and making enemies of the
great hotly of the white people throughout the
country. When that is done the question of a
white man's government will be settled, per
manently and irrevocably. If the colored peo
ple were wise they would not arrav themselves
against any portion of the white people; much
less the better portion of those among whom
they Jive.. Their prescnt iea(!ers, "whether
white or black," are hastening them destruc
tion, and timong these is the would-be leader
Chas. Sumner. Hi extreme civU rights and
social equality doraas will never hito1.m't k
the thirty six millions of whites in this country!
The stronger such ideas are urgedand enforced,
the sooner and wore .certaww ill come the utter
discomature of the colored racct, And when
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THE VIEWS OFGKNERAL BANKS.
IIe TmxKSGRERLEY Will be Elkc;ted
General Uank, who ariived hrre this
morning, dined with Senator Sumner this
afternoon, after which they drove into
the country. On their return Mr. funnier
accompanii-d ti e General to the train tor
Boston. In conversation with an ac
quaintance to-day General Banks express
ed emphatically his belief lhat Greeley
will be elected President. Although Mr.
Banks has not ''denied" his political posi
tion jat leirst not. in n emphatic manner
-it is very well known that his regard
for President Grant is little, if any, greater
than that of benator bumner. It 13 be
lieved here that,both these genlleraen will
not remain siJejit on political matters
many days longer.
General Banks' opposition is explained
to be actuated by ins disbelief in the Gov
ernment's existing foreign policy, particu
larly regarding the West India question.
He hns frequently declared in private,
and threatened to do the same in public,
that the interests of the Cuban patriots
were sacrified for the purpose of advanc
ing the not yctdfad San Domingo irln'me.
Unlike General' lhitlcr, General Banks
has remained from. he outset n consistent
friend of the Cuban Republic, and did not
desert it whenMhe Sail Domingo proposi
tion was bioached under the plausible
assn tion that one port in the West Indies,
under control of the United States, would
be of more advantage to our country than
a eister Republic in the "Kvee-faiihfnl
Isle." Washington Special (July 28) to
the Boston Post.
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New II mover,
GEX, BANK'S LETTER.
In. his letter -declaring for Greeley,
Gen. Banks uses the following language :
: .I Vegret to say that I am nnt in aecord
with thqm in regard to ths Presidential
AN INCIDENT OF THE EDITORI
The representative of the Winchester
Times on the recent excursion of South
ern editors through the North, relates the
following incideut :
The scene npon the deck of the "Steu
ben" after she got under weight was live
ly in the extreme. Speeches were made
by a number of New lorkers, and by
Mc&srs. Gilman, Berkeley and Hunfer, in
response. AH went " merry as a mar
riage bell" until one of the New York
speakers plunged into the Rhbicon of nol
itics fa subject which the Southern speak
ers steered clear cf)t and proceeded to de
monstrate tuat it was the duty of every
patriot vi voie ior lireeley. -This was
the signal for a commotion, which threat
en od at one time to assume the propor
tions of a first-class fcrimage.. The can-
tam of the boat was a Grant man. and
there were on board a postmaster, a reve-
canyass Against my wishes and parson
al interests I am compelled to believe and
to iay that the perpetuation of thenreeent
Gevtrnincnt is not for tho advantage oi j officials, who, not being, in a etate ' of
fetition for rr
tratort of Hirtm
den e in the Town of SjliMirr, cn Wrliit-.!.ir
the 28th tsiy of Au.it, instant, the following
article of uiTjn:iI nropjite, riz : ,
One Much lkv, ime Ilwf. r, iioxs, Stmr
Yc-h una Gobi Vtch; Li'ran, Household,
ami, MUT.oti mriitture &c, &c
&' Term tU.li.
: joiin a in;MJi:iwx, .
Adiu'r of A. JudMrti Mu-sn, dix:'d.
Aug. , l7i. 47-Si:
OF ALL KINDS
Furnished lo rdert at Short Notiwe, al Steam
.Saw Mill on Western N.C. IL K, twenty miie
1'iicc at mUl 1. At S.ilishnry 1,20.
Kiln Oiled at slu-bary, $1,50. ; 1
nTlht.TZS CASH. 1 x
47: tf: !:. 11. fOWAX.
To tlrfrndat t'fich II. Tliehiss'
- You are hertbv Mismonisd to anrvrr tKe pe
tition, wruieh i filed in the nfficcof tLHut-rkir
v.onrx cierr 01 IMti. wnian twenlv dir kOrr
iTTK-e of Him Mtramorai n von. ad if vua
f4il to wwcr wiihia the t!m afnmiii. prli-
t.t'en will te to tLtIlerkof the So prior
D)iut f.r i!.e r;iff ntknl in iwid ctitio,aad
the Mine will !hi f litirJ ntvl acted o.
Tldi lftli day of Jen. 1K72.
- II. K. HOWAnn,clfrVf
41:fftl Stitxr. t inrt, DavW county.
m r.BV. cut jmT.
Jletinr N. Wolfe Adm'r. fith the will anuext
of ljvij Tuckrt oVc'J., : - ,
Ilrun Tuilcer. I.T.tia Twker. John lltm an.
kiwiie I Miii-riie, Jkn MrKin, Nrioo
CVmk-Ii nd ti'u r.
Sjetl frtKfreeii.". I'etition to r!l lind.
In tlii ei- U ai'i-arii; q tlliidjM.lo of
;!:c Ourt ihaLC l'jtkin tml h'u wife Stacy,
( . ( ji.j.h .n d 1,1. u v I'.).!!, an 1 lkaM Tm-k-tr
l.iii.vi lj , irt-t!.rr are iww
iK ttt of tl.I. Is: i - ft i. tK-trf.rtrdrred thst
ire Ufu .iu!hiriZ'ad t ! 5' n ' " nt'e "U u lmiriM a t -
Tl.i- ii;i(!ir ne.l
eotitract fir t!..- 1. :M.: ir f a N-v Cli-jr.h.
in th- T-irn of ".i::e ml. N. C. A Lu anl
fj'fcitie.itin'is f t .. r..;vi..4l Iiuiiilui2 cm '
1- elu at I'm. Mr. lS-ri:li.-itxi. au-1
tr.letrs ur l Ij it .-.1 ; 1 emu a),.l t . ; .
aiiil th.-n i.trr njli'il r'iii;t'.3 uituin tlm-e
we-ii fruni ti iti-. t-. t:. I
KANSUM WINi COKF. 1 j
li.w-OM r.i. v Kwi:i.Di:r. iriii; .
DAVID su 1 u Kit. j 1
WM. T. ItlA'MK. C
JOSIAU i. Fi.?JlF..'i. j
l't;r jMiUi-lnJ a; S!I-Vr. S. (. fw lt ra-c-iTc
Wick, r-ii: t.')g .!; ! diVrnl.m'. lo p-
jnar at sT.e CmtM-l...; . u l.,,,n. on tt.e fn.,
' v rf vu.t, 72. s.i i... r m 'iitti of
ntioTlvr. r i-ulj-inii.t it, hi Civur f..r t!e ivlirf
i'-lll l'l- 'I JVfilLiM K lii It, t M!t rt-l frt, CJ'tmJ
vi I tlitni- '1 UU Jwni- 21tl, 172,
A. II. rKKtJIAX, C. S. C
us-3 1-72 e
NOIM II UAUnl.lN.V, )
S. t.IlV f .t'NTV.
II. J . Fiv titi.; )
Suf riar Crt.
Valuable Houso and Lot
V. nj. M F. -rti-; j iVtilin fef Iirrr.
I -i li.l- n- s a-;i.r!ri it. at IV-'ftnin
1 !ScU.i tin- il'.' nu! .f jMli:i. nrf ll
.1 t.-. t.
r i... 1. ;
( 1 ilMl
I ui'i ti kt'I in
' I Ik- Lot ri'iitain f "-r .(-n-.
I .f thetuttu. Tin- II. : i
i ftnrv. muiI oini.uu ji i.mii,'
111e.it iMi'k-!'i.'i:i i.f'.i.cii. ivi
' hiHiM-. I.u.:.'i.-r rn .a a:.-l V
u ijtm i iii i- 1! .11 v. .i;-r u 1 .1 i.i ;t i 'a , ,
M . Ill : a l.irc I' r:i .' two !)
.l . -Ml . ill. .. J I C ...t . .j ur-(l.,l.;i,a tl ,,.r
it.r-r acre i.t ti U v.v I t iu Lit-r:
i'.mi an 'e. !l. it y.i ; ..-n.
Ati t i cr. i:t uiishlmj n VahiaL'c Jsf.
irtiuhl It ird! to fjirc nr' i rtU at vii(C, U
ant dcti.rminui to & ll a Lironin.
Drs. Summerell Gaithcrs
BAKKl- U & lTS Drup Store
up st a ins.
Aug. 2, 4: 5th.
Fit j. 11
i '.in !..
i- n ii n-re-i-,.i
l; i tlier- U
1 j'.'i l I in
k-fit f Ihf Malri.l Niril
i- r! ttl Uuil 1 "iMici-
.r " V liii,' a iifa3jnr
ur North Carulim. fjr
!; .-r ai i!h- i n-
!r', li lu'l ! ir Uie eiiir t.f Nif.
...ll 11 . h' . r ". it. at.u niit-rii- cui
h i.l il.e jiLui.iiT. .'i:un tin fir! ikrr ilayf
-i.'. 1 r.,i j i r -(. Dill IjIc l.ltiti1il
tur ll. - r-.i f rni l iii riiij.liii..
W' t'H -. , !i V r i-n-ii,l i. r. t.i t i.nrl,
at i.Iln-o. in H.?icui, uu .in 1 7 lb dar of Jun.
A. I 172.
A. II. KKKKMAN, U K V.
1 11 r.i)
MUUII i ::iH.INA,1
r I rV 'tate cr Nitt-
Ft nnv ' "1 t NT v. j ii.M..- rt.
JuLn i;.:n y, AJu.'r of Jw.ji'j I.unJy tlcd,
J.itm- I jindy, Klir'ielli Iuivlr, J4.n jnnAr,
Itcnj. m:&? f5. i1i tiir of Jiiah LuikIv.
i'titum to I.nd (cr a!.
In tiii r.i-', it ai)H'srui2 thl John Lumfy,
1'enj i:i:in I. iji lv snl ihv 1 Lil.frcn ud liir.f
Joi!i L indy, litir at Im of Jo-r'i L'm!y,
l.v'd., who are nwii rt-Mili i.t- of ihi Kiate ll
The f?nleof U.e. Notes Amount. Ac. Ulonr- I4 'X 'v' c--cJl!'a, 1 l't'-'
ingta 0i:ieia.- f J. W. Iihtiii. , liati kill 1 ? "X?; .''l''4r iJ
Iiervtofre adverti-.! i- umi, n.U till M,.,,! s!,V"-r-v : C- f"r -,1C "e m-kN rt-
ilay, AiiKn-t 12th, at 12 .M it ihe Court llo.i-
2201 door in alUl.iry.
J. K. I'UKKK, A-wirnee.
Jul v 23. 1 $72.
J. L. ELLIOT & Co.
AViitRliaro, s. C
Havine loeaui in SalUburv. inliciu a itsc-
lllvS ! lic " twn and Mirniuniiiuj country.
JTrXetly Bu'thltti'j, J'.ntravrt to
McXecly Jlvlt. ' i Ziu j.dj
f'i.iriir muj imrtioi K (.? ir at tWoiincur
thcCUrk of; tlie J-operir.r C:rt t r fW nunir
, ofSnrry, t ' 0u- Vnrt I!ne in IKJ-"n. r r
1 Mn:l iv l!ril:iv (.f Auul liell,anl tl.mirllif
tn:njl .i;nl of llu- pliiiiliff", .lu!in UuiK-y , Jiu'f.,
' or thec aill be hrarJ tjjm.ic lo ihiin.
Hittit-s A. ll. 1 r."nwri, 1 robi'f jndpt, al
-fiid, in Ik.U-".;!, on thi 17ih d .f June. 172.
A. II FltFIJUAN.
1 "rut Judi-.
bhiiVn maj. 4,221.
Truth and Poetry. Milton ut into
the mouth of Lucifer, iu "Paradim: Loi," tLej
"to be weak is m i 3 Kit a ele."
Kever was a truer nentenee written than tin
Riippoed to be wrung from Arch-6 eld in hia
imotence nod agony. Every victim of ner
vous dehilty, or of that depruxing Iangour
which in one of the aceorananimcnU ot dvtin.
f-ia and bilioti!neM, can tertify to the miserr of
:.. 1 1 1 1.. 1 .t .1
iiuiiu auu ioiy wnien iney involve, ihe mo
live power of the avtem u partiallv paraUced;
the mind U haunted It anxietvwn'd fenr; im'
the uCtrer U ax incaabie of nfplying hiimtlf
eiiergewauiy 10 any Rin.l of lunnm a if l.c
were under the U-numhin influence nf ratalrn.
v. Thi terrible ment-il and hri.il n r.l;.
ticwi neeil not, however be end tm! frrfirty
eight hour,, by any huiunn beinf. I'lixta
Tios I!iTTEn.s u an absolute ptcilic for all ilia
torment which n deranged atcmachc, a disor
dered liver, and shattered nerve neperindncc.
JS6S-Tne worst Ctmgh'jMti,i if bv magic to
the wonderful curative power of Dr. Pierre's
U olden Medical Ii"OTefT
SOUTH CAKOL1NA, 1 , c .
DAViiws cut nty. , Iu 'T'or Conrt.
Ldwin Ilanci and ift Uutii, Yearby Uavi-.ir.,
"and Kvan Dm in, tr. "
Jobn l:rnomfi-Id and ife "S'ancr. JoJin
fu t Q' It ium. -.Wa ak r.tii.
llciiir t- ...'r i 4i , - ns f o4 lit 1,4
u c rg,j mjiti ' !. !?-. 1- V.m f.-i-ri ..1 tt.
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i ! tfMb-n4. n,IMH ttiW.WlW WUm
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t. I- r (H H t-. iik a4a,tuk4 14 l IrWHIn.
t't tkttl 4(K I- r '-:- . iMtMMItM
in I - r-r a jic a na. ri. Hi. i
ri . r "B -. I. 11 Pif t4l'l iU.
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ilatuxk-ami In wtfc l,-ir.line. Jfhn
and hU uif f Kmejine, Wiiii .r.i lKuil.ii, Jo- ,r '
aeph lticr ai,d hi ii"e Uamuiii. J. 11 il. !
1 . . I I .- ii- 1 . ' " 1 , Innlt al. an I r it -
lialU anJ hi Wile KlifcnU Hi. I-a.ir iiliani j .... . . , w . 1
John A. lHUiiit, l'rthc:ija IVjytliif, Jo! n ! O 1. a .1 - .r r I r,i. 4 -wlj r iu '- ' t -
Iir.tliiT, Ja-nm iK.mhh, 1'hntn.i IfcjolhH ' ry r t 1 . m tar ir . ' -i cJ U-
IloUrt IUlLu, David LM.tl.il, IVSiX jw.ul 1 V; tv.i CZ 'd. r-' N" - C
tlin, Sir!i I knot lilt, Marjirtt .i;tlit, J
lKttitl.it, KTKn IV, .itJ.it. ai-d Annie- Iuuil
heirl Alvxaiidvr lHi,ii ! a --il : J0J111
InmV Deeds, Trustee Defifl?!
Commissjoner's Deeds! Rfinrifr
nae scor..and W few otKer gom'irment Deeds, .Chattel Mdrtaies,
ior &ale at this ofTw
1 oter, JsnuH Y oU r, Tl.oma Fo-ier, .Samud
ro-ter, Iwi I -tir, William Foster, JUrrv
Foter, M:wy I'ofter, hi:xn IVttr, and Par
thenia lr4r, children and l..iri of Xancv
Foi-tcr, wife of TJ.-ncaa 1 Vter ; Alcxamh'r
lavis Yeir'y Davi-, Jr, I'ran Davia, Jrn
. John E. D.ivi, Kh-n.-?ii r,yerly and wife
Fanny, and, W. K. Joln.m. "
In ll.i ca? it -pperrinj that Jnhn rJrfv-.m.
Held ar.d v.fv N-uny, J.!.n M-fJotk aiJ wife
Cnroline, John 1m II and vife Ilin'ne, John
Dotithit, Tlioitiaa lX;:lhit. hoSert I. ;nit
rid Ik.utlii Iter I)..uih:t, Jmnea Djutkit, Sa- f ml
rah Ioiitl.it, M ir-mt D .'.thii, F.llen iX-utbit,
Annie lv,ut!ut, Jofm lVter, Jsmen Fi-ter, ( M
William FiuVr, 1 W y&iX Pnd I
Parthcnia 1- or Ur, roideUvond the limit of th'u j Ttrt.,-,,-, inr Prtrv Ti- Tewftrau ti
14 l mlflf 1 .rJ'l -IM n f " l n
tn t taa T,,n41 iu. art a. ai.4 att Alw r
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l-lvJ. at aU 4'i iru't. llaFki aJ-'tat ' -
fr 1 Tn Srim b wa'cl! -titaoraal1 k ai V.
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w.ti,-t.g j. r.r-, .r frar ra r-l'it 1 'b
sl V. t.i tt f ;.rful ULia( la fr. 9nt .
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tflitrar I t ' i ni4 , , i4 i,r "j.i. u i 1
'-'. ti r-r- ri-iflf Mlarf Chaara. a
t .-! t i - t-i c.. v Tort, 4 1 '
If ( ta. trlc t--t t.it.k-. ai.a a a a 1c ' '
,-. r!if t. ur . r u.U.r ftKari-at, tl . a i1-'-
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4 'tsr. T V:.a , tmi.ani ,! H11
arrat aa4 Rl.l,-r an .J ariwtir.f r I a r-r-
tnUri.fti.M i 1 u w4t f II. . H v aal it
.-?iaie: 11 14 lot-iexire oruerttl lhat ptibucatKiu 1 '" - en i a 4 rmrr.a t- hi
Iu. .- T it . ' 11 1 .. I r.1 ...'H aw -I. llr. lal. .L.. S . . 'Ji . . L...
F. C. W r..a l.. ..
a rit-w- 1
t iiiaui- ni nit v .iroiin ik aiclilli.Hi
uai-s r pu!.lhe.l InSdilmry, Noith Carolina,
nulifyinz tlie iaid tion-re4detit defendant! id at
mile tl,ry ri-' d answer the complaict
filed in thw cae, cn or K fore the 10th riay of
Sq4tmher 1872, lha wme will U heard rirlt
aato tlnm, and the relief raved for br the
plaint lf& be granted.
. Mitne L. 11 Johnon, clerk tJt aaid Cotirt
it office In Islington the 13th dav,f Jul H7
y tm I ' L. K. JDIIN'sijN, Clerk.
Caaa.4. c atr. a-saUlrd aa a Ilca!.er Ci
M.t at- rtc n. j t t I aa i a-al r a-'-'r
Virr2J ev.iS . r fc-. Avka F. M .
P T KK Ucft rua, Ka TiA.
CaaT.Mik. n.ia lt a. TUa -.- rxt e-r,ir
U kx-.o- 4ttitrT. t aafaw ax a rlt W I .
tn f ; ol. UUnt t l-i1 tU alr.e -
f raalijr cl.navvwrit 4 aaaat clt. laaafk'
Ury.ts ilai l.a laar. TarA.
"u Oilan r'.ftr4 ra !elrrJa 4j ""'
)A.I . ll Ua arfrrt ralia-aat r aMr aaJ-
i.ailpatka 4 awca. a- ka 0- cw aiU lu-r t
Pfa tb f r4aaa. JJ a f", CT-r-iJ, ew Iwl