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8ALISBUUT, TnUUSDAY OCT. X
Dv CRATZ BROWfif.
SUMMARY OF TOE NEWS.
The Democratic majority at the recent elec
tion In Mod tan a.
voteof last year J
UJ 413. .
They take up r!
jis 130 a gain of 732over the
when the radicals carried It
a largely increased Democratic rote iag August
ast, and not dreaming that there .would be a
proportkmably large Bad rote, huhdredafand
thousands of good Conservatives thought there
would be no risk in staying away from the poll.
They did so, and the result is known to al, ;:
!AVe all know that the' Democrat" and Goo.
serratives hare a majority of some fifteen or
twenty thousand in this Bute; bat what good
doea it do as when out party friends refuse to
go to the pools ? It would perhaps be better lor
us if we were a little in the minority. I Thia be
ing the fact; we might be induced to work more
earnestly for victory. As the matter now stands,
being aware that we possess a handsome; ma
jority in the State, we easily satisfy ourselves
that all oar friends will turn out this time sure,
and the State will be carried for our party.
Thus we flatter and deceive ourselves before
- - K
each election and never awake to our mistake
until it is too late.
If we would carry an election, even with a
large known majority in our favor, we mast or
ganite thoroughly and work all the time until
it has been accomplished. There are hundreds
and thousands of men in the State, who take
no interest in elections, and never think of go-
agrants in Wilmington. -"Why
Is it, not done here ? ' i
A Russian Princess, it is said, will soon ar.
rive ' in thia country and proceed to join the
Oneida Society of free lovers.
The AshevillejCitizen says there is now no
doubt of the guilt ot the fellow Henderson, ar
! rested for the murder of Capt Jarrett, injMa
i The Editor &T the Jefferson Messenger hast ing out to the polls unless they are urged to do
taken Onto hunsfclf a wife. I so by their friends or neighbors.
It U now aaidSthat the recent gathering of! His all important that clubs be oiganlxed in
Rads In Raleigh waa Cur the purpose of ar- each and every townHhip, and the name of every
ranging art electoral ticket for the atright-ont roter should be enrolled. J
Democrats, i . I We have Constitutions and By -laws, andean
W. R. Myers Esq, of Charlotte, has been BQPP,T each township with a copy, if we are
1 The Banner of Temperance printed, at Raleigh,
has been changed to The Spirit of the Aye,
! Rev. J, Brmton Smith died suddenly near
Raleigh Tuesday. It is thought that he took,
by mistake, poison for a Scdlilx powder,
GU)EIOUS NEWS KROM PENX-
THE STATE DEBT.
We publish to-day a communication from a
citieenof Stokes, taken from the Raleigh Sen
tinel, on the subject of the State Debt, and the
duty of the incoming Legislature with respect
Thousands cf Republicans Turning-
- Buckalew Stock Rising Rapidly Cur
; tin and BUlingftlt Doing the Work by
which Greeley iciU be Elected.
(Dy Telegraph to the Tribune. -
Doylestown, Sept $5.
t The political outlook of the -campaign
id Pennsylvania has entirely changed
within the last twentr-four hours. Got.
Curtiu's letter has smitten .the Grant
leaders with palsy from which there ia
no recovery, Un the road here to-day
troca w iikesDarre tue signs ot an abandon
ed cause for the Hartranfi ticket were pre
sented , at every station. 1 he Lehigh
Valley -was aflame with ;...
i EXTHOSIASMTOE BCCKALE1V,
mid prominent Republicans wha hare
staked largely on the issue of the Octo
ber election, were hedging on Buckale
by offering $500 to $3,000 on his success
The most influential Pennsylvania Ger
roan is Eaai Billingfeli, of Lancaster, for
eight year Republican, Slate Senator.
(Jii Moitday night be charged home upon
ttye Cameron Ring, and the Cameron un
candidate the reiponeibility of their pecu
lation State funds, and their malversation
of State finance. If anything was needed
to strengthen the effect of Gov. Curtin s
letter,: this ringing speech of Mr. Billing
felt had directly this effect, liis speech
and Ctirtin's letter have been worth ten
thousand votes to the cause of Reform
romiueut Republicans declare that the
Mrs. Fair who killed Col. Crittenden in the to fa
t. !l 1 1 I. ft . I
trial' convicted of ,mW W on lieP nd A ClUzen of .Stokes Is decided In favoi!
. K .,nt,-.l k.u.1. - nAa. .1.. of repudiation, but , we hafdly think his plan
rlrr,,mt.. U . .lirr. .n,l Mnl th. feasible. The LcgWature may refuse to levy a
Court records of a civilized country.
The TJ. 8. 'Court, Jude Bond presiding, con-
venes at Greensboro, N. Cn on the first Mon
day in October. The docket will be a full one.
They sprinkle the streets with saw-dust in
Wilmington. ; '
tax to pay the public debt, but this id all that can
be done by that body ; and the propriety of this
action is altogether a matter of conscientiousness
to be .decided by each member thereof. If each
member can satisfy himself that he may refuse
to vote for levying a tax to meet the accruing
interest, and finally, to pay off the debt, with
J. A. M. Coble, of Guilford County, had his I out doing violence to his oath to support the
bouse robbed of every thing edible or wearable Constitution, the plan of a citizen of Stokes may
last Week, while the family was at a Campmee-t be adopted to stave off the unpropitious jday,
lng!T . but we do not see how it can be made effective
Ahyai two weeks ago, Mr. Jas. M. Sutton's " the immediate accomplishment of the great
Store at Gibsonville was robbed of $2,200. neceptilty of the hour, repudiation. :
One-of the burglars has Wen arrested and made The Associate Editor of this paper, while
a confession implicating three others. conducting the Examiner of this city, was the
' A Tobacco barn of Mr Andrew Cunningham, first to boldly advocate the Repudiation qf the
offJoilford, was destroyed by fire about ten se-called State debt. He exposed the monstrous
days since. A larj?e quantity of tobacco was swindle and pointed out the only proper and
burned. 'Tlie Cre was accidental. effectual way to get rid of it That way is by a
' Mr2lIenrv. St)case. of Forsvthe. had his still- Slate Convention of the people. Such a botly
house burned, on the night of the 17lh ultimo. m oultl have the unq"?tioned power to repudi-j
ate tue great Kadical swindle, liut, since the
CONTEST IS ENDED,
Wfcalew's election assured, and the
only question is now one of majority.
To-day has witnessed an unwonted
f ccne ia this country. Situated on the
northern border of Philadelphia, Rucks
has given changing majorities for both
political parties, and neither could claim
it for its own Now it is aroused for Buck-
ulew, and since early morning its county
jseat has witnessed the most unparalleled
:leraonetratiou ever seen in Eastern Penn
sylvania, outside of Philadelphia. There
have been not less than.
Capt. Nimrod Jarrett, of Macon County, was
waylaid and murdered on Saturday the 14th
ultimo, near his home on Nsntahala river. He
had started to court, and was about a. mile from
home, when he was murdered and robbed by a
worthless character who had been lurking in
the neighborhood for a few weeks. The mur-
people have refused to call a Convention fori
the purpose, or to elect a legislature pledged to
do it, wesee no remedy but to suffer the demoral
izing and oppressive nuisance for the present
at least. !
This monstrous fraudulent debt ought not to
THOUSAND PERSONS TttE-
At 10 this morning an immense pro
cession formed, composed of half foot and
half mounted men, and with transparen
cies and banners it marched into the sur
rounding townships, receiving reinforce-
ments at every cross-road, until it num
bered over 6,000. Then returning to the
city the greatest meeting ever seen in the
county wus organized. .hx-District At
to nicy James made a speech introducing
General Kilpati ick. The latter reviewed
Grant a careers as a soldier and as a states
man, awarding fullest meed of praise to
the General, but utter lack of ability as
President. Following Gen. Kilpatrick
came Gov. Hoffman of New York, whose
speech was a master effort. He arraingned
ReV Ucgh McAdden, l missionary
rom the North, visited thU part of the
Statto 1753. y On Friday 8ept. 12th of
that yearhe left Henry Sloan's, the north
side of hexjadkin at the trading ford,
and came about tea miles to James Alli
son's, Saturday he went 3 or four miles
to Mr. Brandon's. Sabbath 14th preach
ed at the meeting ifouse. Monday rod
to John Luckey's about $ or 6 miles.
lie doea not say how far from Brandon
to the, meeting-house Can any one in
'orm as through MThe Watchman," where
were AlUsou's, Brandon's aud Luckey's
where was the meeting house T We hare
a power of attorney executed by Robert
Allison to Tbos. Jusbet to receive for him
his share of the estate of James Allison,
who died in 1770. Thia paper is iu
1773, we suppose that Robert was a son
The document is wituessed by Thomas
Mr. Brandon's first name is not given ;
there was a James Brandon on Second
Creek,. near the late Dr. Samuel Kerr.s,
member of the committee of Safety in
Rowan, 1775. See Wheeler's liistory
page 368 Sec. !
An account of Gen. Washington's visit
to Salisbury in 1791, by Rev. W. A
Mangum, was given in the papers a short
time ago. A little incident may be added
to that. The tradition is that as the
General waa approaching the town from
the Touth, and a few miles from it, he,
with one or two attendants, called at a
farm house on the road for breakfast.
Finding no one at home but a little girl,
they enquiied where her mother aud the
other members of the family were. She
said that they had goue to town to see
They directed her to cook them some
ham and eggf, and give them some bread
and she ehould see Gen. Washington too,
without gciog to town. She did as they
told her, md when they had eaten, in
foimed her which was Gen. W., and went
on their way. Ucr name was Brandon,
and the grandmother of M. L. MxCorkle
Esq., of Newton, N. C. I
GIVE THE NAMES! 1
The Radical papers are .boasting that
there are one hundred and fourteeu 8 traight
Out Democratic papers la the South.'
Let as hare the list.' Gire us the names
and places of publication, by all means.
The Montgomery Adcertiser says, there
is only one of that stripe in Alabama.
One little sheet, about the size qf an or
dinary pocket handkerchief, called The
Democrat, we believe, has been started at
Ashville since the collapse of the Louis-
vine vou cuuyu.
The editor U one Flourney, said to be
Carpet-bagger, and to have voted tue
Radical ticket last August.
The paper is said to be run by Radical
We have, therefore, found two Straight
Out sheetsone iu Alabama and one in
Now let os hare the names of the one
hundred and twelve others, said to be
published iu the South.
The Presidential Election. The
Presidential election will uot take place iu
all the States on the same day, as reems
to be generally imagined. It will begin
in Louisana ou the 4'.h of November. All
the other States except Texas will folio
with their votes on the 5lh, and Texas
will close up the business with four days'
election from the 5th to the Sib, inclusive.
Louisiana is required to vole on the 4th
one day before the other states by a
special act of Congress passed at the last
sessiou. Why this cuactmeul was paesed
it is hard to conjecture, unless for the
reason that the Administratiou party
want to use their expected victory in
Louisiana to assist them iu other States.
The four days' voting in Texas is simply
a device adopted by the Radical legisla-.
ture of that State several years ago for
trotting negroes from one precinct to
another, and thus increasing the Radical
vote. Missouri Republican.
From the Wilmington Journal.
OUTRAGE IN CLEVELAND COUN
A Deputy United States MarsJwU and
Federal Soldiers Break up u Meeting of
the King's Mountain Baptist Assxria
ti in, and Arrest Women and Children
at the Voint of the Bayonet !
Singular Mkteok Near St. Louis,
51 r. L. Murdock found a large meteoric
stone at the bottom of a hole on his farm.
The hole was clear cut and reached to a
depth of more than thirteen feet iu the
grouud. The stoue weighed about twelve
pounds, was coated with a black crust,
and was composed mainly of iron. In
shape it was an oblate spheroid aud there
fore before it reached the earth waa pro
bably in a semi-tluid state aud revolving
on its axis. It should be kept as a spe
cimen of what the earth was before it
cooled down into its present habitable
condition ; it could be used to illustrate
the nebular hypothesis, if necessary.
From several oth r parts of the conntry
reports have lately been coming in, tell
ing of the fall of meteorites, suruc . f which
are of iiutneus size, but are Composed of
well known materials. There have a!o
been several brilliant auroras. NY
On the elchteenth el July the kingdom
of Norway celebrated the 1000th anntrrr
tary of it existence. JNorwrgians are
warmly attached to, and proud - or lactr
laod, aud with good reason. They art
an honest, in das moos, hospitable and In
creaeingly prosperous people, And the na
tion, in union with Sweden, te wisely and
happily governed. The present kiug ol
Norway and Sweden, who is now a sick.
if not a dyiug man. was represented at the
celebration by his brother PHuce Oscar,
who is the next successor to the throne
and a maw of 44 year of age, of &oo ta
lents, kingly beating, ad great popular
ty. 1 he ceremonies consisted of religWos
serricee, addresses, unveiling ofarae
morial and general feasting, firtweiks and
dancing among l bo people. All the
churches arere crowded throughout the
kinrdom, and the day held as holiday
with erery species cf public and private
Why xte oo fox GaEXLXT. Because
he is honest.
Because he is a patriot and a man of
B-canse he wants peace, and if tlected
(as he certainly will U-) he will adminis
ter the Government for the good of the
whole prople, and uot a party.
Because he will nuite the people of all
sections as a band of brothers and no;
widen the breath by arraying one class or
section agaiust the other.
And e go for him because la sa doing
we thereby show to the people of the
North that we are thoroughly reconstiuct-
ed or we would not be willing to vote for
the faihrr of the Republican pity. lloiace
Greeley. Ililuboro Recorder.
FOUL AND FAIR.
The acquittal of Laura Fair bv the Pan Fran
cisco iurv points a moral terribly sieniocanl for
the times and adorns wit hideou malevolence
one ot the daketUlos in all the snnalsof rriujc.
That a jury of men, some of whom are sup
posed to be heads of families, hoilJ so
solemnly gfv their sanction to lawlew inroad
upon the peace ol the domestic circle vj a we
beauty and should pronounce her slaying her
victim in the presence of his wife no murder,
shows the weaknen of human nature and the
degeneracy of our system of judicial trials. It
virtually often a premium for blood crowned
prostitution. It ssy the social system, con
founds and oonfne jtifltirc with license, blunts
the public onicience and degrades our civilisa
tion. Against such monstrous pervenots of
justice and morals the indignation of the proa
all over lite land ought to be raided.
HOMICIDE. Oa LaJt Sunday, Mr.
Wb. Jones, son of Dr. W. D. Jones, ef
this cosnty, killed a negro named John
Wear told that the negro had mw)
that be poisooed Jones brother, and
threatened te kill bim whenever be coold
catch him out of sight of the boose. Oo
Sanday they met, and Jones charged
him with threatening his life, which the
negro did not deny. A qoanel euaaed,
which res olicd ia J ones sboolipg Le e
gro twice, the second shot proving fatal,
. We are told the negro is a tuit&Uct
fellow and as u ally carried a pistol.
The eo.ooet's Inquest, held yesterday,
returned a verdict of jasti&atle hoaut
cide. Rome Commertiat. -
Moit Adoct Veshost Tie u
in Vermont the vlher day waa 000
in excess of Grant's role in 1663,- lis
heaviest ever polled ia that Stale. Oo
this role since 1 b0 the. Radicals bars
lost 000 votes and the Democrats I al
liance with the Liberals have gained i-rCW3
It fiutrs tell the truth. Grant's popularity
is not incrra d rapidly.
The Chaihtue pijert srebasthagorer
the fart that Dr. Asbary, wmr that place,
will make &O0 gallous of wine frose firs
acres. That may do far Jlctkhrnbuix,
but S. TMickej.of Sslca, wtll make
2i00 gallons this year from foor acres,
besides 1010 gallons f raspberry and
blackberry wine. irntuA ScafisvcL
I.TXcn Law is Pcxxsri.raxta. A
Eton (Pmns)lrauia) dirpa'ck to the
New Yoik 6vj says that Indefinite ru
mors are current there of the mender of
thr-e negres by a gang f while laborers
recently, who sought to avenge ibeatlrg.
ed murder of one of their no ruber by the
iH-gre. Tle nc-grw-s' shaulies are aid
to hare been all burned.
Itg lucky to marry iu September if
you get a good ifo and she gets a good
I I 1 S !! 1 all
.i . t.! i. ii. 'j1 oe. anu we ao not believe it ever will be. D.na :
prcr bjb iu naiue is nenuerBon anu is iroui f i. the Auiuinistiatioti for its systematic cen-
Tffit,.fn i ; yet the longer it is permittee to stand uncancelled .... J , t,
jenncssee. ' r , . . .i tnlization and its attempts to control blate,
t tw. tr tt ii . i against us, the greater the danger there is in . , , . , r. '
John Tool, W. W. Ilolden, W. F. Render- , . . I city, and towuship elections, lie expos-
n t t rr r . r i. t getting rid of it, and the greater the injury to .'.j . ... r . . a
nil. T. H. Tntr T: W Iran it KfiloSati .nil e e o , j j p.j UniitvVfll tn:in(ritnpnt ftt tlm hiian.
Jack VVilliarason, of Franklin county, were
seen huddled togather in converse on the streets
of Raleigh a short time since. There is ?oue
The English Court has gone into mourning
ftr the King of Sweden, Charles XV, lately MR. GREELEY AND HIS WESTERN
The Wilmington Journal thus speaks of Mr.
ces, aud contrasting the past glory of the
such action is very questionable,
Princes ITohenlohe, half sister to Queen
Victoria, ia dead.
i. The Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum has been
burnedr . Three attendants were burned. The
lunatics were rescued.
r They hare a new Bank in Goldtboro. What
become' of the bank that was to have been es
tablished in Salisbury ? Was the bluster about
It, all for buncombe.
the State from its effects.
Ane legislature can only stave on settlement iUnilhli1. UU h nrnsent condition, said
from one session to another, and the propriety f that U lhe coutinaed of reaching
one-halt the nation to religiously hate the
other our flsg would trail dishonor and
Bhanie among the nationalities of the
earth. In such a crisis, Mr- Hoffman
said, thft only hope of the people was to
rally around the man, who, although he
had in past been the life long antagonist
of Democrats, to-day concentrated in bim
self the hope and rescue of the nation
Col. McClure spoke after bim, and amid
tumultuous applause discussed the na
tional issues involved in the present can
The meetine lasted from noon until
sunset. '31 r. liuckalewand Daniel Kalb-
G ret ley's late tour: The grand ovation has at
last come to a end, Mr. Greeley has returned
to Chappaqua. !
If ever a roan had cause to be satisfied with
theresult of an electioneering tour Horace
Greeley is the man. Starting out at the very
time when it was declared, with the utmost ve
hemence, that the great revolution sweeping
nvas vY a AAiirtf wtr laOifl orwinl ifo futwA f a nAS
ine roor llotise or V ane coiintv costs the Iw iha n.nnllnt i,.
. . . v W I "VJif IIVMI IMV iMwmvn av
left his home until fns reached the city at dusk. They were
The following letter received last nij;ht.
co m from a peutleman of the verv hiirliest i
character and io8itK.n, aud wellkuowu to us i " auusi meteors tins year, unless
personally. IKs stateuieuts may be relied j perchance tltcse piieuomrna Uc now lore-
upon as strictly true. Aud yet. in the face runners and portents of the dreadful
Thk Waoes ok Six. The New Yrk
papers are full of the. sad story of Maude
Virginia Carlton, of New Oilcans, sent by
wealthy and rcspectablu parents to school
in 1SG2, at Xavier's Academy, in ("hica
o. under the eire of ibe Slaters of Mercy.
She went in 1S62, at the age of twelve
1 r. t .i.tr
years, anu alter uer scnoonng waa over, , rTMi l.k.
her parents being dead, married, became j Sp.:a. AW-c.hay
the widow of a suicide, went to New j Trap Hid. Wilkes.
York, led a fast lile, lerame au ill treated , l-bsoo. S'irry
i kfpt mistress, and finally dud at Dyoiucf j Mt. Airy.
'N.J, of consuinptioii and neglect, her , nM'. rtrytn
e eeeni ..t i., .u..l
I iltUl'lll I ra SB 1 1 I lav Bfli-a S as I Ul u
The FaltTvrm of the Courts of the Sth
Judicial District ill be held, commenc
ing as follows ;
Surry, Monday, Sept 2nd.
Yadkin, Monday, 3-pt. 16ib.
Davie, Monday,. hept. 30. b.
Ilowan, Monday, Oct. 1 4th.
Daviron Monday. M 2S.h.
Forsythe, Monday, Nr. llih.
blokes, Monday, 4 15. h.
I.kely to have a Urge and brilliant olU-c- , fill,r.r to lMw.broker. -The wa-er ol
o - - - - o
' sill is death."
f such outrages as these, we are told tlint
the contiuuauce of Graut's aduiin'utratiou iu
power promises law and order iu the
Lditor Wilmington Journal : On Satur
day, the 21st instant, a great ootrage was
peqetrated iu this county by officers hhJ
soldiers of the U. S. Goveruineut. While
the King's Mountaiu Baptist Association, a
body representing over three thousand con
catastrophe by which the e;irth is to be
destroyed under the male tic whack of
A yonnjc lady f ltaniWe Snth Carolina,
ha cultivMteJ tweittv-ts o acre of eittli
durinc past spring cd summer, with no
other MSitauce than n- uegrn c'trl, wh to i
i i r . r f r , r. 1 ' '
Mie hum i irilie veari-ir niiT n a.oirs. i ne
I'l BMC SrriKIX;. The Presidential
electors, V. 11. McDowell and J. G. Itam
say, will addreas the people at the follow
limes and plat es :
Wilkelir". Wilkes c.. ToeMlay. Sep. I.
ll.t.e Wal-iiga '1 "harMlar, - VJ.
.Saturday. - 21.
Moiidsy. - 2X
Tuesday. - 21.
estarday. - 2.
1 nUklui l.le. latlKIO
All jer iu 7tH Ctgrf ioijal
re i-j'i-t-l t' "'.
taxjl) man HAS kWULEXl
OrtiriMi WuKto died oo the lItbSetC
1 t. 1 1 i . . r i- i . i l . a- -
1 t: . ,t I " I ;i ,v. a: i ' .iiim.nnirowjui rnum is Mire. .o. r.
SIlO 1 A 1 1 II r. 1 It A KLLINd ; ;, .. . Tk I - ;,1, C.mi:Hee wa. .,-. la lkr -nUWt aw-
IMIUXFT MINIS rritS , 1 ." -"'. " r m ..f ltUai i i4 ir l.ithU rertarJ and
It would leally seem that the President mated, will )ield twelve bales of ctton. Jo , Vn'r.ur.v. I'.m. kr ote U ih JJ-
and the Cabinet have no official duties ' ad-lii'mii to the rutton the v l'y will tj ,r,,M t ,,,;arT llirluUn of uir i.rter.
municauts. was in sess . at lleth W hem 1 to nertoi in. or ate iiltorralh. r iit? nsjble to '" ... ..-u.-wuHr ... r - . -. IWw,,,a , UlVrrri ,M SMi
iv, it I ,i.. ....ki, ll .....-1 tes. and ioiiih sugar and hyriip lal ber ; t,fihc rtMi l.Jon-!. f-.tl.rr. (ri.t
x- w v. , v. tivn kvu awiijii n iui'"ii vv; iiti LiUJIit nun Hi l"IIC. Ill PIHIIU'- I . . as. f a a a . - ,
Marshal, aud oue Archibald Moss, whoseeni- who.Smuu.er HkLrin- Branch and thev , 1 r," ,r. J , ' . c,,t: U,"J J " "- f-T'- - TT
edto have some authority fmui L.,n. rde ,QUde !a l!ve: ou in ' l'J lbw " b"1 "mVl ! f ''""''k ? l "rl
... ' , , . squanacrtu nu uisvives. otr tii. country f ... . , , to rer.ive him fn.ru uur iuUi iu kKhdiM--
! j r ,l , " , i to make polniCHl speeches. .Mr. Ureeley , i " "ea...7 ...en g"'- - mc u,w .. ,mUe MUmn.
v.u.vo utini. iiv.tt .v.vruiri nH. c i"lir I . . I,.. .1 .. ..I 1... . I liarU tlllieS. UU UUU I UI1, I TI..I I ,i. . J. k.. 11 ...J I. .1
i lou a a biioi at iiii lu 111c inner uav in nis i . . ...
, m . i . - . A n A .. ... i - '
people oi mai couuiy $uu, annually, and there the present day, has been the central figure of cheered by retiring delegations along the
wut mi uiiuu negro in u. x uai is a xuiaicai I one 0f the
grandest popular demonstrations Hie I railroad, and were enthusiastically wel-
country has ever witnessed. Everywhare the I corned at the depot. They spoke to-
1 :-The Andes Insurance Company of Cincinnati people have flocked to see him and to hear him night in the Courthouse from which three
has failed. in mieh numbers, and have greeted him' with times as many were turned away as gaiu-
The' Goldsboro Messenger learns with regret such unfeigned and undisguised enhnasm, ed Admission. The city at a late hour
that Judge Warren has been attacked with to demonstrate beyond a doubt theiUrength ol night was filled with lines of men
paralysia. of the wonderful hold he has upon the atTec- parading. Hundreds of well known and
, 'is l.ie.TJ.e.Wetwl.t .l..l: xt tionsof the people of the gVat Northwest. -The intiaential Republicans took part in the
uICv:. :; i " Vb , c- revolution lias not gone backward, nor has it entire proceedings, ana tue mention ot
- spent its force. si i
:A.aih-oad accident on the Wilmington & Bat it i8not in this re8pect alone that this
.JVeldonEoadlast Thursday night, severely tour of Mr. Greeley is worthy of remark. That
Injured several parties. Threecars were thrown j8&iwayi, an anxioug moment for his frjends
frcm the track, and two, the ladies' car and wlen a man, occupying the position that Mr.
alcepingcar, were precipitated down an embank- Gree,ey doeg Wgill$ to write ,etter8 or fo
went, the former turning upside down; and yet 1, U rarely happens that a candidate
GOV. CURTIS 8 NAilK
110 oho was killed.
for the Presidency can say anything without in-
The colored Liberal Convention, which met jury to himfM;1f and the cause he represents. Es
at Louisville on the 27th of September, adopU lwei,iiywas this to be dreaded in view of the
ted platform endorsing the Cincinnati plat- nomber of men who were listeoir.g Whis every
A . 1 Ta t - 1 1 .
lorjn anu noanncea, u auopieu resoiurions oe- WQf to hurt hlm eUher by or falge.
JaKH,Bclng..n, v.i.a.ny..oi me roiers wno lorceo BOodf M roigbt best serre theirrpose. i
wjemscivea upon tae oouinern states, and byH But in SDite of the danffera LesettJh!T h!m nn
evoked everywhere the most indiscrirai
nate L enthusiasm. In this part of the
State the Cameron men abandon the fight
A prominent Grant mau said to-day that
Haitratift would take the elarch right out
ot himself aud any party jthat supported
. 1 j.., ... I ; . r , I .
!...,, MUo.u.unS cupioiiy reaucea,iue peo- eUher gide Mr Greeley has passed the ordeal th Treasury, or recently taken out of the
ale thereofof both races to a condition of pov- ;,i...' .... :.i.ii..i,i.iL ury to buy the state of Indiana. Appl
.ertv wlur h ha)" a ivntnrv nrntnorii. .nn . ' 1 do not believe they could colonize e
- i nr. ?! . i
Confident of Carrying Peiinnyhauia, Indiana
and Ohio. Mr. Greeley in one of his late speech
es expressed the opinion that Indiana, Ohio and
fennsvlvania are safe for the Liberals. Said he:
I do not believe there is money enough in
tredeem, and nominating Greeley and Brown for Enem;ea -n1 linwillin fripnd9 in il, Sonth ine Governor Hendricks. 1 was not disanuoint-
.resident and Yiee-?rident. It then adjourn- u:m w;fK nf,U5n- ed in that, for I expected it; but I was much
idteft. ' ! j Mf e 1 it. 1 disappointed in Ohio to find her much stronger
V: 2 Enemies and unwilling friends m he Wh andFJrre decided lhan t jiad beiied he. S t
j: t. . . " . hung upon his every utterance, hopping tocatch have seen at least one hundred thousand of her
aiiw amusing io see iiieenort thoKadS eontbing with which to fire the Northern roters in my journey, and I tell you their en-
-end the so-called straiglitout Democrats who i,eRrt. But it was all in vain and lyet never lllU8i8m "d unanimity are such that I believe
riare aold themselves to Grant are matin n . u i ,; . ter cannot be neat. Jt tne election were held
-w i was uub uoiuer or more ouiKuoaen. oriranKeri.. i i u
r ' lo-niurrow. i kiiuw now il wouiq resuiL.
They tell ns we may carry Indiana and Penn
sylvania, but cannot carrv Ohio. I tell vou it
But this Grant-O'Conor-anti-Greeley move- Lood-wil! anione Americans has disilaved the n - We haTe T lrge liberal Be-
s will work damage to llr. Greeley. It will r1sdom of the serpent as well as tWhannless- i. 5
. ' a i ' i ' r : , . wiuvu uaunuiTruuu iur u&iuuvi which were
-not carryj swingle voter thatGrant would ness of the dove. But Mr. Greeley has done are man v, many thousands, and at lea-t fifteen
4iot have gotteiv. anyliow if O'Conor had not been more than this on his Western tour he has thousand who have always voted the Republi-
announced, Grnt will therefore be the looser shown that he understands the wants of the cn ticket aT mong " mo,t enlhusiasUc
bv IL . Nobodv else will b hurt nr tw.npfi., ...a t,. . t ,t,. u Lv supponers oi me ioenu uck.
- 0 m - -7 - -w . wuuu j miu uvw vu i cuicur taiCKU wa nuuw ua
We say success to the move ia this State ; and too, that he possesses that rare acuity of utter-
:e regret that it promises to amount to nothing. jng words that go'straight to the hearts of men;
.;' f-i- T .. 1 '.O. 1 In a word, be haa shown himftelf tn he a preat
maud in Lineolutou, sarrouded the Church
and forbade the people to leave. Long aud
Moss were both drunk, and Long cursed and
swore rery freely. The proceedings of the
Associatiou ware completely brokeu up. Tte
pastor of the Church went oat aud endeavor
ed to persuade them to leave, and, on
their refusing to do so. the Sheriff of the coun
ty arrested Long fur disturbiug a religious
assembly. The Soldiers cocked their guns
upon the Sheriff, and commanded Long vo
come out Efforts were made to induce tbetn
to behave, and they were promised that they
would not be arrested.further for violating the
laws of the State and of the United States, if
they would quietly leave the Church grounds.
They rode off in the direction of the spring,
and mauy members ot the Association re
turned to the house, thinking tbey were
gone. But they so(.iu returued, aud were
galloping over the Church grounds with their
gnus aud pistols, and broke up the Associa
tion that evening. When the people start
ed home they found the roads picke'ed by
Soldiers who were under Long's coin maud.
and even women and children were arrested
with guns poin'ed at them, and compelled to
wait the pleasure of this Follow Loug, before
they could g--t home. Moss. I am iu formed
ly au eye witness, cocked his pistol at a
young ludy who vras driving .ff in a wason.
aud threateued tj shoot her ifehedid'ut stop
at once. The whole proCeediuiTWHS au out
rage upon religious liberty perpetrated by
officers and soldiers ot the U.S. Government.
Tbe excuse they rendered for conduct was that
they were starching fr one May berry, who
was-charged with being a Ku.Klux.
speech at Willi inisport, l'a. He described
the Admiuiatraliou Cabinet minit r and
office-holders as ''running and racing from
"one eud of the country to the other to
persuade the pcoplo to keep them in
office." He Added :
1 venture to say that einco the first
day of May last the Federal office holders
have done more work aud devoted more
attention to keeping their places than
they have to doing their duty. All of
them enormously taxed, and their energies
employed to sustain the ui-ichinc of pow
er, aud then running and racing over the
country, giving up to party set vice and to
Mr. Greeley ox tiie Fixasciat
Situation. What ever may b the
ed and M-rvii-lIr tin-nil r.
Ilrtitii, That we leid-r to hia here ted
family the irvc-err-rt ami heart Ml cuftOvlenor ta
ik.ir lrrwh...l.l. L. . ,L. I. ... . f 1. A
thought ol the propriety of Mr. Gieeley j Uli. d Ureavemest, Ue llovtl bv all.
going round the countrj making speeches .'(itJ, That the member of thu L.f
while he is a candidate tsr l'residcot rf
the United States no one can say truly
that he does not speak well In this he
has advantage over General Grant, if any
advantage is to be derived from it. He
seems to improve, too, as he goes along
His speeches which we published yester
day, delivered iu Cincinnati and Kentucky,
are clear logical, and for the most pa it,
show sound news of tbe fin
star the usual td of snuamtng.
I. A. DAVIS. V
H IV. NEAYL. J
anctan and l
the President' re-election the time and ! political situation of the country. Sew
energies that beloii!? to the neonle. for lork Herald.
n o r i
which the people have paid, und out ol
which the people ought to have the ad
All right minded people rruet feel that
the Cabinet ministers are acting iu a most
. " " was man bolder or more outspoken, or t ranker
get up some show of opposition to Greeley in itl the declaration of his sentiments and opln
t'4sState. V . , ions. Verily the great aspostle of peace and
Orator a&d a "great Statesman j no Usa
We notice hat Greeley and Brown Clubs j great Editor.
vavre forming iu erery Township in many of the But veslerdar men amused1 themse
counties throughout the "State. This is as it they thought, with a crotchety old man. whose Lodge aud Grand Encampment of the Sta e
ka1 i grA-jm I a Z m - J I a . i
Baltimore September 16 At nine
o'clock this morniur the reDreseetatives com
posing theGraud Lodge of I. O.O. F. of the
ves. as United States were escorted by the Grand
"still a thorough organisation can be effected,
. ii tne democrats ana uonaerraxires w;u go to
" Vorjt tonc. ' ' . " .."! ? ' r-
. .iJ0' CHirolihii. ought to. go for Greeley by a
.. Trge majorijty; and ahe will if the Deniocrits
enfJonserVatlvea turn oitd do " tjieir duty,
f likve aVraJr suffered ieAougli by lukewarm
, jwfs and indifference. .s '
re ry bo?y felt cendent Uist there would be
an unanecteasingutarMyiniua4ares anaapro- Ljre44 welcpme was - delivered by W,
fitless proficiency in book farming. To-day he 1R. Greerr. Grand Master of the Grand
stands before the country in such large propor-1 Lodge of the State of Maryland which eras
lions, everv inch a man and a atateamari. in to I responded to by F. D. Stuart. M. W. G. 8
iK ,.,fi-i- , .a ': r Graod " Lodge of the United State. The
his enemies .
We congratulate Mr. Greeley and
body then organized tor business Forty
one Graud Lodges and thirty-five Grand
we con-) MinDmeuts wore fullr rvoresented. one.
gratahUe iJifi country upon lhe signal success of seventh of the representatives. com poaiog the
uis areai. lour. , I urauu L.onge ueiug preoeuk,
GEXERAL SriNXER OX TDK Rl DEMI'
tiox f Mutilated Ci.RUENcr.The
foil owing is-an extract from a letter writ
ten by General Spinner on the subject of
the i exemption of mutilated currency under
the act ol June S, 1S72, and the histruc
tions of the Post (Jtuce Department:
It ia the duty of every po'.inaster to
register, in the manner prescribed by law,
but without payment oi any registration
ee, all letters containing fractional or
other currency ol the Uuited States de
livered to him for mailing to the. Treasur
er of the United States for redemption.
1 ostmasters and others may forward de
taced and mutilated currency to this office
tor redemption' and receive returns either
in new currency or drafts on New York
liostou, Philadelphia, or New Otleans
without risk or expense, and whh no loss
of time beyond that required to convey
and count their remittances.
A Soldier of tiie Rkvolutiox.
last surviving Revolutionary sold er has
come to the surface again, thia time iu
Tennessee. He is one hundred and
eighteen years of age, and came to Nash
ville Tecently, accompanied by his four
children, the youngest being seventy-five,
lie caste after pension money, which had
been .accumulating for. a long time, and
be has now a nice little sum to begin Kfe
Fatal Accident at Ehxeyville. The
Afhevitle I'ivnecr has the following :
On r riday night last, at hdoeyvillc. Miss
Euloe, dniightr of J.J. Enloe -f that place,
met with a terrible accident, which termina
ted her existence next morning. Mr. Koloe.
whrt?a fruit distiller, waseng.-ijred in mak-
ug a "doubling, assisted by his wife and
laughter, the latter, holding a torch-light
while her father toured the warm liquor frmi
the barrel into auother. Unf rtunatelv. bhe
eld the fiainetoo close to the escaping cases.
which ignited, aud In a few seconds they
were euvelnped In the names. Miss Lute
was burned internally, the Haines descending
her throat during her scream for help, and
she lingered iu the utmost aguy till death
au end to her sufferings. The injures of Mr.
Lnloe au 1 his wife are of a paiuful aud ser
ious nature, but uotsup(Med to be fatal.
The Beactt or Goldes Silesce
The New York HorW makes this hard
hit at the great Nor'b American Gift-Taker
lu a strong defence of Grant, a Radical
organ dwells tendeily on the beauty of
"golden silence." Respecting our friend,
we never knew a man to have so golden
At a called meeting of Full.! Ifc!r Nc.
90, th following reol it kooa were adopted.
IVliraEAS, It haa ph-axd Gwd in II is
finite mercy to reroorc frvca our tnida Lro.G.
Ii. i'oulaoe, iLerrfure,
IlrxJvni, Tsaf, we s knevldf pter of
lite Almighty, and hoantly bow is actuirK-etKS
to IIU decree.
Tliat, in lh death Hru.
the 1' rati roily has ruel ijj a la irqarat-K
and orieiy at larre a brielit pew.
JUmJred, That, we heartily c I lend cmi r
iihtea to the bt reaved family in il.ta tteir di
lUmJvrd, That, the wual kadjre of snoirtutr
be worn by tnenben f this Lude for tktrtf
a silence as tie. Jle savs nothing and
grabs all he can. Put together, the re- i Paired, That, a copy of tbee resolution Wa
cord in his four years term of words die- cntio the widow of the deceased, and
burscd aud gifts reccieved would make ! each of tkeuty fa per for pwLlicaiioa.
Miss Fisher, of Salisbury, 7"Ac Fhil.
delphia Telegraph pays a North Carolina
authoress the folfowiue merited eomnli-
The author of Valerie Ayliuer' is certain
ly the most promising of our young female
i: .. . n i - v . . .
uotnii. one nas mown a sieauy improve
ment from the fiist. and if her stories lack
the racy humor and the distinct characteriza
tion which distinguishes those ot some of our
ribiog mail writers, she surpasses mauy of
theiu iu beauty of style aud iu story telling
power Her latest work. "Ebb Tide." which
has just been issued by Messrs D. Appletou
Jc Co., is a tale of Southern life, the scene of
which is laid iu Charleston S. C. It is a
brillliaut and very entertaining store, which
w ill well repay a perusal, as well also the
three oovetlettes. "Miss Ioglesby's Sister-iu-Law."
"Tbe Story of a Scar." and "A
Doubt," which accompany it.
Walter W. King has been elected
chairman of the Ccunty Conservative
Executive Committee of Stokes county
in plate of G. E. Uoore resigned,
nt pretty an account current as any lover
cf a heavy balance could care to see.
IIos. Gauiett Davis' Scccessor-
Gov. Leslie, of Keutucky, has appointed
i una u. Ji&cucn, oi iyon connty, uni
ted States iSeiiAtor, to succeed IIou. Gar
rett Davii, deceased. Mr. Machcn has
been prominently connected with Keu
tucky politics lor mauy years. He was
a member of the Confederate Congress
i-.i t, . .
irom rveniucay, ana lias but recently bad
his disabililiis removed. His term of
service empires March 4, next, when he
is succeeded by Hon. Tbos. C. McCieery,
elected to tue oeuale at the last session ol
J. k. Ik aar, C
LrtXX) MfTCMVLL. I
Heatt Bcrclaet. A few nights ago
unknown biulars eulared Mr. Andrew
Thompson's store at Bucua Vista, Chick
asaw county, Mississippi, and stole there
from $2,700 hi gold belonging to the a
bove naiued gcutlemai', and $100 in cur
rency from C'jp. Dick lk-an and Dr
Murdock. No due to the thieves.
Th fruiters lu this tit T bars reeeotU
brought out. from the North, V .( elegant
api.ies. i-ars. ccc. wnien rstail. tbe apples
at7j cents per pMik auf ths rwara at 5 cents
each. In the tneantim. probably hundreds
ofth osaod of bushels of frstit ha m sotted un
der the tree ia th on bard ia Kth Caro
lina. Truly we are a pivvidev people.
Just as good fruit could hare hose obtain
ed in many of our Westers founliea at il
and less per bushel
Ittlit M cZT&TLTuLtT 1 1 or h
well seleet d Sloe k uf KsU atwl Winter MIL
LI N EHY Kataedae the th of (HoUf. ar J
be piead to wait on all who will ri r brr r-
bALuacar, Oct. Zd, Ib72. i
Iflr. Comll Ar Kfland harert-crivea
their Kail Stock of MihWrr GkkJs, com
prising every thing in their line, and f
ItestStles. Ladies are invited to c3
and see their selealioo, which embrace eve
rr thine New and Beautiful for Hats aS
Bui nets end Ornamenti for the Hair.
3: la: .
ro all wno are coxcKnsrJL
1 am arai under the nemty of callint
who are doe me to call sod maks iumarwiaw
Now I mean jst hat I say, and no y T
a ribt to think tii- U meant 'k.r oc one ei.
for it ia meax.t for too. -
E. T. llfENT-
Baluhurv. Set. S, 1P7 lN
SALISBURY HIGH SCHOOL
The Fall Term of Mr. II. T. r-rkss SfhJ
for Kys will commence rVpt. 17th. lr7
$12,50 per semion of twenty werk
gent foe$I,0a IX A. fA V IS.
Aug SI, 72. iU