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Oh. lV.-TriIliB SERlfe.
Salisbury n. c, - DEopiiBEit id, i87i.
NO. 14. "WHOLE NO. S54. .
PuniisHn Weekly.;'. .
j; J. BHU N Kit,
Ir,i(ri'tvi j ami Editor. , (
j. J. SITE W Alt TV
ji.tTl: op sLBcniprioN
Lfc TV' pay111" avef.'..r;
(nieS 10 uur
Of. the Vote for Governor at the Election
' held on tlce first day ef August, 1872.
. 7-. - Governor. President.
List op Appointment
HKAl) & FOOT -STONES&O;
JOHN H. BlilS
ii-Mt)i:us hiit cuuuiliuiuntH Ut hH fricndu
I " i .1 ,l.i; nwl n fl.ia iMnthuH rnl(T
i.iSlu-ir utUMJtioii hi t'Xtfndftl (at-ilitiex
I, .1 ...tW JeiiiainlH in bit line of buniiK'na.
lain n.w irtrcd to, furuUh ' all klndit of
t the ci'it',i'"t uuinninenTrf. Those prjcft iiiiR
.rit-Ktoil V'Ty costly work liotm biuid, can
LsM-cMinxxli'ted on thott iimy, ntriotly in ac-
r,aH. with .fioifiOfttUmK, draft, and the
, rui f th' coiiract. Sutinfactjon puaran
((. will n't be undersold, North or
n.nth; "di'dcra'i'olieti'd. .Addiex,
,7;tf ! JOHN It. IJIJ1S. Salinbnrr.
. HAYS. E, UKicis. ot-
W' A 0-A u IWf I ml H
. i J
! ' HAYS & SILL
Dmfegxst & ApothecaricB.
sALisnuar, w. c.
TT.iin" i)Uicbairl the contents of 'the
DfHStoie lornu-ily occupieu uy in.
EdVird Bill. We veptctfully call the at
irnlioB of the Citizeiij of Salihbtuy tuft
juilrnuiidin!? country, to the; new ar-
VIM r..- j-i I "II
i-miceoicnt. and inform them that we will
ftmitiiJiie to eatrv on tlw? business at the
(iitme iilace. and.the'same excellent way
Ve will endeavor to keen on hand all the
ariou oodtf the people may need pert
titiuinlr to our line, and ihereforto hope
iv trict attention ty butinefp. to receive
t libei'al patroiuipe.
Physician's Orders Prompt
j ly Attended To.
Prescriptions accurately and
S'irtfuUy compounded hy reliable
and competent vntygim aay or
, urn tuck,
Halifax, ' ,
4 P i
Uf WARDS' OF FIFTY FIRST PRE
MIUMS iimZ Gohl and Silver Medals
were awarded to Citales M. Stieff
Ipr the best Piatios in competition
! with all the leading manufactur
I crs of the country.
Office and New Warcroomsv
. iYo.?y0rfA Lvbfriy 6., BALTIMORE, Md.
The Stii lfn I'upios contain all the latest inv
"-pruTemont! to Ik found in a firste.bit I'lano,
with additional improvement of hin own in
vention, not to he found in other instruments.
The tone, touch and finish of their instru
. DiicDta'cuunot be excelled by any maaufaetur-
larpt assortment of second-hand Pianos
uwariMiu liana, from No to fcjuu.
Pitrlur nd Clnirch Organs, some twenty dif-
lerfilt Htylejt on hand Iroui .s.0 nnd Upward
Send 'r lllu.'.tratnd .Catalojrne. eontatntne
nvr.M..of over twelve hundred Southerners
(!i'p Ijiiiulred of which are Virftinian. two
hununnl North Curoliiuant, one hundred and
fifty Eit Tenneean8. and others throuhoht
thu South), who have lujtht the Stieff Piauo
inc fao elote of ihe war.
J. ALLKN lUtOWN. Apent.
22:40t. .Salisbury, N. C.
Polk, " -
The Bishop came in the Conferrence
room at 10 o clock, Monday night, in
Ftfvetteville, and after ari appropriate and
impressive address, proceeded to read the
Raleigh District W II Robhitt,
925 ! 'piding; raider.
313 1 Raleigh City, Edenton Street A w
149 I Maneura. .
1017 I Paronu St root TVi h Aiinnlied.
A dw ii itn vv " " 4 4
Cary A RRaven. ,
Rolegville Circuit A D Belts.
Smtthfield Circnit J R Thompson.
Tar River Circuit- II II Gibbons.
Louiifburg P J Caraway.
Granville J R Griffith,
llock Spring - M J Huut.
Ilpitdereou -A A Bobhanir.
Nash.-T C Moeea
Wilson To be supplied by J. John
Keoansville ; C II ATidt3ort I .
Maguojia ; R F Bampa-V; v . . ! - j
Clinton ; James M"hon5yv
Cokesbnry ; J B Bail-y, J 1) Buie,
Bladen ; J T Bagwell
Eliiabeth ; J T.ttibla
AYhiteil1e ; M II Hoyle
Smithville'; AY U Feregrson
Onslow ; R P B.bb
S nerds Ferry Mission ; To be supplied
Church of the Strangers N Y-0 F
grabbed their teats, who bare no ccitifi-, fashion ai the KttglUU lords do upon pti were searched; anj Mortj't aeeowt-boolt,"-Cites
of election, and who have not even as the cheap commodity of " cwiomaa (b traa P&ctoal at Dirk llatteralck Ltu
TERRIBLE SUFKRE1NO AT SEA.
Editor Advkale - J B Bobbin.
lliUsloro district W Bairinger, P.
Ilillsboro J T Harris.
Alammiee R S Weeb.
C. Hill & Haw River J B Martin.
PittsborolvV II Moore. .
r 1 ancey villei S V Hoyle.
Deep River WF Clegg.
I!a6bnrg J W Jenkins. "
Person Wi M Jordan.
Durham J J Renn.
High Rock jMiBsion - A Norman.
Greensboro District N F Reid, P. E.
fli.-onshnrn J A Cuuniirim. J C
Thomas. Supernumreray. .
' , -.m- TT TTT 1
Guilford -C 11 Phillips, n u
Trinitv Collese B Craven.
'riif.maavilla and Hiffh Point C M
1 1 - . - tTT -r-v r 1
Davidson K 15arrett, u jaeacu
Xeulcrn District; J P Moore, P E
Goldsboro ; J E Mann
WHmiu; F II Wood
AVayne ; J N Andrt-ws
Everettsvillp ; J L Keene
Kinstnn ; J R Brooks
Snow'llill ; Dv 'nlbreth
( Xeuse, ; NA Hooker
( Swift Creek Mission : To be sup
Jones ; James ileon
Lenior ; Supplied by A J Finlaysbn
Xewbenie: W C Cannon
Newberne Circuit ; Supplied by D WT
Beaufort ; J U WThetler
Trent ; E Howland
Straits ; To be supplied
"Eiverj notice of thcr purpose to contet the ' folks.
seats ot tbetr rivals m the true LegiU.
ture. The first official act of Mr. D. P.
Lewi., therefore, is to violate the oath
which he took, the other day, when he
was sworn into office privately, furtively,
sneakingly, and like a Jacbobin in a cor
tier, instead, instead of like a man in the
presence of the the two Houses of ihc
General Assembly. This asserti
b"w beginning his administration bv
back on his solemn oath, calling God to ' givi-athe following story of thvir escape from
:.. . i i j . . , . i . k.. : r i -.t.
""""f, in piovun ueyonu conirauicuon lur jw " ui"
in an article, signed " Justitia," which we1
Mlf ia hit laoter traoMrtiun), tig biUa.
bou, and japt-rt wm f oai anicjarei.'
Among hrm wrr foaad lrt ert frota tnasy
per.rs f eMqt:enceia thecoactry aboir-
lug un nrj wrr m.nttyitrf im uir aaaat
A LiJTi9 Death in a Life Boat ' ;aMion f tb reTisu u5r. Twmtr
marctng Mtnt Jsrtcen Lratj, Jtimp tank-roi brauaj and QicbtU ox tea Lai
Iwn dttryea It lu fir.
ilortT s InhIj was carrrsl to Cork.
ihto the 6'ca.
The teamhip Morro Ca?t!ewbich arri-
ed tu Saturday, brought fur nn.re urvivr 1 ,i ,i : m n
n of j f ill fated ttreatnihip. MiK.ri. Mr. j ,,t
going I David North, formal; a r-i lot of R.ni.ut. , , t'-t. ,J' :
copy from a iloutgomrry paper, and
which was written before Mr. Lewis had
taken this step toward anarchy. 1 1 is
clear that the " Rump" is bent on haing
it way in the State Government, law or
no law, right or wrong. If they had hal
right and law on their tide, they would
have gone, up like men to thecunitnl. It
:h-ad inoMT-d 0n a pl'k orrr U rat
I be r-.t ot hun was baried
Tlie priort can b tra4
ji:; th-re i no mmttoa toat either 4
thrtn w rrt- butig. but of their farther fata tha
S rndrl oue .f the last heroes ef Irak
imagiuatioa. on a bom) character lb histor
iu. w ho romM-rs that he tod toch at ha
erthe natural outgrowth of th legislation
in a hich it was thoncht wi and just to tab
m'it hi country, will ot com men t aaKarita
blv. lie had onaiitirs whjrh. had IreUai
bt-u I'obiy covert!, might perhaps Lav
When the boat tiucbed the water ther
w-re at least thirty ptroa iu hr. n.any of
whom ere paiiwDgeriii. he w frfd 1I
right from th btem davit, but she fouled ia
the stern davit in someway, k that he
could not W invtantly freed. A heavy
coaiinj at this time, she phmc-d uoivr, and
on emririnc, but nine persons were left
-1.. l 411. l t r it
ii'ru. in iu rw were wanica ui niii ; .. :i .11;...... . " j .
drowuel almost instantly. Tiie plui..- fn d
Washington District ; S D Adams, P.
Waehington and Greenville ;
Warreuton ; H T Hndson
Warrant ; R A Willi
Roanoke ; 1 T Wyche
Tarboro ; G C Dodson
Williamston ; T B Re ks
Plymouth ; F D Swii dtll
Columbia ; U F Wiley
Bath ; Supplied by L L Nash
Mattamuskeet ; L U Gibbons, I II
Portsmouth, Oeracoke aud Cape Hat
ter as ; W 15 Maness
Rt ligious interest of colored people ; R
Next Conference to be held in Golds
THE nURRICANB IN SICILY A
TOWN DESTROYED IN FIVE
Ashboro J Wr Le. wis.
Caraway I F Keraus.
Fo'rsvth Z Rush.
Winston II P Cole, W W Albea.
StokesSupplied by A W Craft
Madixon-F L Reid.
Wentwortbi WT C Norman. A dreatful calamity has be fallen the
President Trinity College B Craven, lively smiling town of Pal.izzolo, where
is perfectly evident that their wholp ply
is baslied upon the hope and belief that
the Washington Government will tutaiu
their revolutionary plans, ai d by might
put down the right. The Legi.!ature at
the capital has law on its fide in every
step. It has made but one mistake of law.
It was an error of Judgmen. ai.d of a
wnnt of firm"'?, when it stooped to ap
point a committee to confer with a mob
outside the capitol that pretended to be a
Legislature without a solitary legal right
to enpport the claim. If :he Legislature
at the capitr-1 is not the Legislature of
Alabama, thn D. P. Lewis is not Gov
ernor of the State, for that was the body
that counted him in as Governor, and it
is too late, by the Constitution, for any
other body to repeat that act. Mr Lew
is is therefore depending solely npon the
"Grant's guns and steel to make him Gov.
ernor. Well, if it hascntne to this, that the
Govrnmcnt at Washington is to create
the Government a Montgomery, there is
an end of it, fur certainly we white peo
ple of Alabama cannot, and we do not
mean to try, to invite a war with the U.
States. Still, if Gen. Grant n the arbi
ter in this cause, it becorats the body in
the canitol to pend a committee of its
strongest men to Gen. Grant and to lay
the facts and the law before him for his
decision. He is autocrat in the case, if
he chooses so to be. He wears the Pur
ple, and while we are are willing to sub
trit to the Purnle. we will be if we
the I at. and the ship, wiih oi.e i-.iil e:
moving away from her. The ?e.t bad f iled
the b -at to the edge, and iu the excileioent
of time u- elfort was made at oi.ee to bil
her. After they had l-eu f tl:ew hat calmed
down some efforts were made to bail her. It
was about t!i:s time that the other boat that
got allore CHine lip to 11; we aked tbelll to
take us aboard, but ihey rTued to do jj, and
in ppite of the readiiie of C.ipt. l'uliuer to
rescue us. they haiob d us a bucket aud rowed
away. lYrsous w bo were 2atim; arouud on
life preservers iuiploretl them to ave them,
but they turned a deaf ar to everything ex
cept the prompting of their own derire to
escape. We et t w.rk to bail tut our boat
as Mn as they rwed away.
Ou takiDg an luventory of the boat 9 out
fit, we found that we had f ur oam ai d a
boat-hook. We stayed arouud the hip auiil
the went dowu. And then tok in cr ar
and began the Crtt itigLt ot tulf.-ri!ig All
our efforts to bail the lMat were unavailing,
as every wave li led her aj.'.tin, o wo b I to
sit waUt-devp iu water, l'lie lmt lay iu the
trough of iIm n a. w itli every wave breaking
over us. We had to lock otir vn uio'.er t'n
him au honorable and illustrious career. At
w .irt be might have continued to serve with
hi sword a Catholic tove'eiga. at4 inlgkt
baverarvi d his way with it t rank atxl dit
tiiiri'u.ii. Ho was rii.tedbo:.e bjthpos
t unit .e tf anarrby aud tlie hoj of reveng.
In hi w n adventurous wav he levied war ta
the l.ut a:iint (he men and th-system
dr w hich Ireland was oppressed. Wbea b
fU with no!'.- w Lich made Lis crimes &r
gotten, and the ghost of hit name still borer
aUxit the wild fcloues of the Keumart River,
of which be was so long the terror aud tha
pride. Jama Anthony Fnxidt.
435 - 353
Agent Greensboro Female Colleg
L L Heidrn.
Agent Trinity College B B Calbreth.
Salisbury District 11 L Wood, P. E.
Sali.-burv -L W Crawford.
Salisbury Circnit -W M D Moore.
Mt Zion-T A Coon.
( Statesville J W Wheeler.
,Statevil:e Ciicuit A K Murchison.
Moeksville; L Shell.
Iredell ; T P Ricand.
Alexander; C Plyer.
Wiikes ; Supplied by Miles Foy.
Mountain Mission, Supplied by J W
Jonesville ; R T N Stephenson.
Vlt. Airv : J F Hcitman.
furry ; Supplied by W. F Needham.
Sauretou Mission ; Supplied by J F
Shelly District ; S Lead, P. E.
Shelby ; J Wr North.
. - . -w w-v
Shelby VJircuit ; li t uixon.
Shoals ; buppnea oy
S Shelby VJircu
The sole course of the South to-day is
to turn her back resolutely upon the past ;
to live in the' present as best she may ;
and to keep her eyes steadily fixed upon 6on
South Mountain Misson ; To be sup
Cherry Mount ; J C Smith.
f RutheTfordton ; W D Lee.
Columbus Mission ; To be supplied.
i Marion ; J C Hartaeli.
Upper Board River Mission ; J M
Morganton ; J Sfrwin.
Leuior ; G W Ivy.
Happy Home ;
2 (? .a . ".V.fct-3U
ber material future. She must open her
eyes to her practical resources and awak
en to the vital facttht in them alone lies
her Jiving to-dayj her greatness in the fu
ture. She must foster and diversify her
industries": and must look keenly into,the
Utliziug of her vast natural resources. She
must stop the waste that flows out at her
every port and through every ra.l oad dt
pot, by makiug the products f her ow n J netby
area pay at Lome at least a part ot tnose
profits that make them the arbiters l 4ne
world's commerce, feho must preserve
her individuality most zealously in order
to reap these advantages, but sire must
. a . t 1
not shut her eyes iu hide Doutid, prejnaice
to the prc grees, the improvements, ana
the labor-aids of 'the! Nortlrr Far less Simpson S M Davis
Georgia Home Insurance Co.
; Of COLUMBUS, Ga.
iscorporateh, 1850. " Ca pit a l $350,000
; J. RHODE BROWNE, rrtidadt
I D. F. WILLCOX, Secretary.
AlU Losses Eqnital)ly Adjusted
And PrOmntlV Paid in Fllll! intr the same period the amount of S1.090.
Tiv..- - a . . L t- t.t t 640 waa expended by- tbe Bociety, the t w
,rorty owners desiring to obtain reliable In , , c .1 it i:.. j , j;
r..w.A::ii .i 11 . " .1 1 u tal eXDense of the collection and exnendi-
Wurrnz a Policy in (ieorgiajlome Insurance tore being only $6,335. 1 he Catholic 1 Jonesbro: B O Philips
rnH ! ... . -..-, - I m i 1 " 1 -
must she ijruorc the mutual interest and
the mutual usefulness that must ever bind
the two Sections in bonds too strons for
any mere political subjugation to sever,
or even to loosen lor many days.
These are the practical point s for the
South to-ponder to da v. These are the
... - ...
points whereon will turnwier future ; and
it" she will but carefully collect the practi
cal pence of thrift, progress and industry,
the day Will be only the less distant when
ihe pounds of commercial and ot political
power win nave ta Ken care ot tnemseies.
Mobile Register. ;J -
The receiptof the Society for the Pro-
Dasation-'ot the faith at Home lor the
year 1871 were $I,00,175, of which all
but $55,000 was- gathered in Jbnrnpe,
France in iiig the largest contiibutor. Dar-
Pleasent Grove ; P Greening.
Mouroe ; TT England.
Monroe Circuit ; J F Smoot.
Concord ; D R Brnton.
Mount Pleasant ; J S Nelson.
Albermarle.; R M Brown.
- Stanly s J "H Gwyu.
Ansouville ; J Sandford.
Wedesbbro ; O J Br nt.
Wedesboro Circuit ; M V
only a few hour eince there were the two
populous wards of Guatdia and I luin'
"tande, where a new theatre and several
elegant mansions formed the ornaments
ot the place, theie is now only a heap !'
ruins and ruhhi-h, a miserable s;ght to
The beholder. Five minutee of an inde
scribable hmiicaiie have been f ulHctciit
to chatige tbe whole look of things, and
to plunge huixlttds of laiuilier ii.to uttei
misery There has been 1.0 iiistatice ot
fiicU calamity witliin ihe memory of liv
ing man. No earthquake ever caused
so much tU-etructton. 1 here are hon-c s
ruined, hoiif s fallen to the very ground,
walls cleft from end to end, walls hing
ing outwards, as if to rest on the adjoin
ing houses. 1
AH on tbe line on the side we mention
ed there is the ( huich of St. Sebas
tian, tin: fiont part of wh'uh has been
torn asunder from tbe rest of 1 he building,
and the whole will have to come down ;
there is a nunnery, all th- walls of which
are demolished ;" there was the theatre,
of which only the front wall is standing ;
there whs the new house of B -bbi.t, with
the adjoining hotel and the excise office,
which was literally leveled to the ground,
burying more than ten persons under iis
ruins ; there were in short, ever so ma
ny two-etoiied buildings, of which thei
is kft a wall and there a corner, a floor,
or a shattered c iling.
In oue house all the copper kitchen
utensils wer blown through tbe roof ; in
another benches and heavy chests flew
Supplied by D C Slim- through the windows. The iron bars ot
the balconv are to tie seen euneu up mic
. r . 1 . ... ; 4 ,1 . n Aiw.t'ini.
wav. tnose 01 anouicr iimvu w
J ' . . .11 1 11
way. There is the piuai 01 a panacw
which has been moved torwara one 1001
without breaking, and stands up isolated
all in once piece. 1 here is the wan 01
... n 1 1
another palace which has taiien oacn
more than three feet without a crack. In
a stable, on the bare ground, men are
laying the bodies one by one as they arc
beingdug out. Most of them are in their
night diesses, hating, teen crusneu as
they were quietly sleeping. Their f.a-
tuvt and bn uis are eo an-ngureu iuav one
cannot look at them without shuddering.
Their nustils, cars, and mouths are stop
ped up with earth. The white dust h is
everywhere pierced th o igh the skin.
Here is the body of a ui.n holding close
to his heart a child, probably ti's own
child - the skulls of both are shattered.
There are two yout-g men in tach 01 It
er's arins, probably brothers. The chests
and backs of both are crusuen. ear
them is auother youth, covered with blood.
II 1 was a cjerk in a government omce
He has his .eye glass still stucK in ins
risrht eve.- He was probably reauing or
Sherrill, R writing when he was struck. One third
of tbe town is dismantled, ana more um.i
a thousand families are literally without
a home. Abcut a thousand more have
ltut. enrtipr of what was once
J - . . ., MM... J,l
ihoieh.iuaa to shelter mem. iu
.1 . . . .!. .y,n Ju loirt nbout
are inirtyawo; mc v . :-
half a score besides.
Syracuse (StCilyJ uazeae
do submit to a mob of rascals and cow
ards, who would steal our citiz n's and
governmental rights from u under threat
of the Federal hayor.et. If (ten. Grant
i the arbiter wo have mi much ribt to
demand justice and law at his hands as
the Jacobins have to c t'.l upon him to
support unatchy ami revolution.
A HUMAN PHENOMENON.
.4 Man with a Portable Heart, RevUrinj
li'ivds, and Jsro ScJ 0 Jilt.
Prom the Tort Jerri Tri-StateTVioa
The most rrnmkable specimen, of phy
sical orgn.iz ition we have ever teeti it Mr.
(icorge l'botuas, a Uraiilian, who bat Wea
in Port Jervit since Than day cf but
a-itk. 11- his been eibibitinr Lif&Self
. ... 1 i . 1 ... 1. . . 1 . 1 1 . .
Beai u c... ,.u, . i.u er. .... . . . , various place in tho villsr, and hs
as every sea threatened to wash ui ov-ibon!. I 1 : 1 . t , . . 1
When mo ning broke the .-a was tiU ruti
iti mouiitian high. When the boat was
lifted on the top of a uaveexerj ,--e n
strained to catrh s'ght of a sail r laud. V
Ijotie was to f seen. It Was still U:-'.s-st'i
try to hail the lv,at, bt ill ar Were jo.t
out. more to keep ourelxe warm than to
make any progress. The se b.'ih iu ai.d
utoftbe h.at made row n.g ut.el,-. We
could not kt p th 'aisiu the row l-ek. 1m
tneti by thi time bad grw n car, lks. aud
there was no seoib'alice f din'ipoue. I Ley
bailetl l.y hts ai.il starts wr.n t niTie uu t
to ,iri-ii!'Sih at.yil.i' g. Mark Ai.: y.
the oiler. b-came craei in the ff:er:. u '
THE VULGARITY OF FLIRTING.
Flirtation is the tegular paftitnc of what
prnli s iireif in b mg calhd fashionable
society. It takes the plaee of the in.re
intt 1'igent, gracious and rt fined intercourse
of jwdite society. It is vulgar, not to s.iy
vicious, and always b sp aks an absence
of those qualitit s wl uh nnder a woman
tha brij;htesi ornament of sovi tv, and 'he
almost divine goddess f home. Perfect
sinceiity, a sweet piopiiety of liefMHtiiu nt,
and manners ot not tinted md. sty, are
ehaims that reder woman absolute in ber
dominion over the hearts of men. A tint
i woii'.io i always rrgarded as tuber a
heartless cat icatui ist of lvc, or a panto-
A male flirt
The Hf ud n'urht a like t - t".rt. .-.ly
i:.t :iii ! bv the C- u J.'.aiti: f starvlr.g
tio-n a:id by the rat it.k" f At.ti. : . W hn
the tr,'.r:.n C trke aud U pr--j-t i f '. j.d
or a s.ul cooM U- n, .! "t.". t s j t f a ' 1
f. U r niipl-t. 'y. A slf.al "! shall s .
arouu 1 tte lnat s ttti.t t!j r. u . . f 1 1 . . r
ret. The l.rlr. Wi!l.ai:i .-t r'.l.-.tie
rraV toward the af'fi ''f. ." ut d. r k
he ilie-l. atel a s-I - ej I 'd if 15-f.fe
liiorni:v i..t- tin- p"tt-r. a:i o.n. A;
ly junijted erl"ard it. a t.t f.!i-.- !r
It w a 'U the u.'rui'.ig of f .rt!. -1 . y
4iiir loit' g r eno-d l.i I .i.i. M Lf. 1 t
'jr- of t il ' t W ere S i I.' et. : !.-! as t i
Ui t uneti lirab!'. M- 'i:.-'li g-' I
and t nr.-w hitn--lf over bakwa'd ir.:-s-a.
Tl.oina Kgs-e.otie of ihe l.v.- !. ft
ou the in-.riuug f U-e f.uith day. w
Newton ; L P Herman.
Rock Spring ; J W Puett.
South Fork ; I H Edwards.
Dallas ; To be supplied.
Lincoluton ; VT A Sharpe.
President Davenport female College ;
W M Robey.
Agent of D F College ; T J Gattis.
Uutheiford College ; J W Aber-
1, .. .1-
te.ihiug a splendid ei.trtt.iii.un nt to wb-ch
lie wa ei.gag.U. siMei,!t f. l! I .rw a? 4 ..i.d
d;-d. Il- w n ll-r-.v u rboard !iJ a Lrk
tmik him b f..r our eV s.
DEATH OF AN IRISH SMUGGLE
It wasa irai:ge. wi'd
mimist of things lolbiddeu.
is a satyr who cannot help insulting the sea. amid rok ai.d b..ga'
comnanv with an exibition of tin- g'ross- ti . . .War it sI.hm! the r.
' ...!;-. 1.1. . u v v, r hi- im,triii.i- cl.urcn. sta tne )-i ier r
liepO W Ull O uuua ' " J " - - " o
tion. But everything that can be called
flirting is ubsolnti ly forbidden in really
polite fcocitty. It i" tbe maimers of pla
ces not even to bo named in polite ears.
Polite society is accomplished, polisht d
society. U in a temple ot taste, btiih up
on the solid foundations of culture. Fash
ionable society is a suer.lnictute of van
ity, built upon the sandbanks of caprice
od exaggeration Tbe youth of ibis
society are taught far less to think and to
reason, than to look and to u t i.
place, chi-e t.t the
d tltt r tle. a-
ci ol a iii',i-
U ff "'! I l.U-
ih pirates uest. The shadowy !( mi t t..-
li tir:ili!Mie W.t Visible thtolU'h the graV sh t
' ' - "
ff tiling rain, at anchor in the haih.r ai.d
from tlo- rocks in ttie ..t r a;j-e rmii- iu..
llioauilig of the Athttitic -well. V-.rty. .
i-ig fr i-o vi-ilor oi fuch a t.'iht, had z-h-cted
t. j'-st s-titi'i-N. The -.t .1- -ir-
rotinJ. d. atidthew.'.f wa-trat ; 1. I"...- J v
inside w-re the firs, to take alarm. A vi--lent
harkias; was hetr l aud then suddenly
the lo..r was thrown open Mrty appe.,r. d
in his shirt, tiretl a blumlt rl.u-s at the m-u
who w ere nearest him and retired. A volley
of small arms followed f 01. 1 the windows and
slits in the wall. One s'-iUiUr was kil'.e.i
and three others wounded. The s'rieWst
bool for the cultivation ef tbe passions,
.tl.r ih in for the refinement of the in
tellectual and moral qualities of man and orders had b-en given to take M-rry ;l p-s-loman
Young mm and women raised - bve. and the lire was ..t a tire, r
woman x j e .x,n tui:.d. 'I he bouse was. -Mi.!.tl) bo I o!
in such society a;u nm uiu i'o
Charlotte District ; W S Black, P. E.
Charlotte ; Tryon Street; L S
Calvary Mission ; W S Ilaltom.
South Charlotte ; 1 Li lripiet.
Pjneville ; lo be supplied by
are quickly wilted or broken down 111 the
storms aud lains of life. They live to
dance and to flirt. All else is business
and thankless labor. Boys iu this kind
of society, pride themselves on being mas
ters of the art of love, and of knowing
K.kiv to tdav on the female heart as ou a
..... ... , t .
liddle, before tln-y nave icarueu . o.
liiell : ei.ht. etl of them iM.lteil. one :ii-er the
other, iti the hopes of drawing otftl.e troop
iuto pnrs'iit. Karh. however, was -auht
and examined, and, when found not toltethe
inau win-in the party came in seirrh f. wa
let go. At last there wen.- but fixe left iu the
house. Morty saw his time w as r.rne. He
did not choose It be taken, and determined
lie like a man. lie sent out Ins wti" ai.-i
FauctteviUe District : E A Yatc P
-Fayettesville ; E W Thompson.
Cumberland j WS Ma.
Robeson j John Tilctt.
Laurinburg ; T W Cuthrie.
. Rociukgharn ; J Wheeler. ,
' Pee Dee ; J A Boon.
Uwharrie ;J B Alford.
Montgomery G Farrar.
Carthraee : S D Peeler.
their live Uliyht be saed. J he o.oeer III
com 1 trail 1 received them kindly, aud gae
thein such protertlou a be could. M-.rty
himself refused to SMmnder ; il wab ter
mined to set tire to the thatch, and mi! 1 hre
i- 1 .1. . anoint iinfieonent-
reading ; aim mv , 1
lv found sighing and blushing with mys
terious palpitations of the lender passion.
before they are old i tiougu 10 compic
O V 1 1 o - o , , .... . .1
The eaudy, demousliatiye, dasny, ana was tnrn-x aucer h.m eae,.
F J c c . ,Anli. soaked w th the wet. aud
pretentious manners ... ; " . h L!az,.(, tW tlame s.z.d
ty are lo He wi.1,-1 . rjif. . thv r,M.f f.-H in. aud. amid the
the dignihed, cordial, graceiu. burui-g rult5 Mry Rni his f .ur re.nari.n5
bearing of truly polite circles. 1 here is c, BtjuUg ereseen staudinc at bay. blun-
puzz'o d not only the people but the pby
fic'uns and surgeons they are anablt lo
uu J ip'.and bi analouy. He can omt
his hrait to any part cf the body at pica,
sore, and trru stop its beating lor nearly
siity sreouds. He has two seta of rib,
one of which he can move front Its poaU
tiou to ibe front of the body, eoTerias; the
abdomen. He causes a revolving motion
of the bowels, both upward ana down
ward, the abdomen uoaalating and rearm
1 l.-ijr toe corraling m tioos of a flag or
a px-cc f cloth wbru disturbed by lis
w 11.... lie can so inni nis poise ibu iw
1 si. "it litn one canuol disctm that la
h aoy. Another woodf-rfal thing tbat
b dot i to b-od an ir a bar flee cifbl
..f an inch in thick mi by sinking it across
hi 1 ft arm. Th- ctucl-s ol bis arms ke
,,iti ..truu ihal the B -sh freli as bold a
Mr. Tlit'tits i certainly a woodtrfal
p'ciu-n t physical constrwcUoa, at4
l. 1 j ihe srsrntific mm tA lb
w ild. At our rqi be called oar
1 .lie x i'rrday and gave as bta bSlory,
1 r r i ;.. h wr pb an the foil seine:
He txiru m Hraid. Swalb A tarries,
on the 4-.b cf March, l'siO. 11 s father
w.i an V.' bioj.tati aoJ bis mother a Span
ish w .u.an When foor jeais old b woj
taken to Iytdon, England, by bis mo-ber,
an th- ! e ttLUM d by tstrjeoo KfBt.
The 1 im k bira iu l.dit.borg, SeotU&d,
w h' r l.o tu ide u lutio-.n Dear ibe heart,
-md c..covrit d tha' be had do diaphragm,
and thai the Leit was oot rielod ia a
re-ricardiuro, tut is susrnde4 by two
1 . 1 r -J " . r
corilt u.sieaa 01 one. rome j c 1 ajKri
w ard be was gtvrn an e lamina tioa ia
I'atu by Surgfoii Ixis with same rtsulL
None d the srtu:i6c men of Eorooe n
dt t:o..d hi- structure, and they advised
htm to corop to Ametica to re If oar
1 aimd m-o c ul 1 com r.-bend tbe forma
tion. Rat no o ie be I ad before ea-n
-ocli a cicaturc, and could not undmtand
bin 1 rgaiiiz tiion. Il was in 1SC3 when
he came here, an 1 n 1S05 be went back
10 Europe. Iu lbG7 he was at tbe Parti
Expos. lion, and was cxamlucd VT several
1 tr.incut sei jeons, among theta Prtifraoor
m:;h, of ilal'.iuior?. feince that year Lo
has Len in ihi couutry. Ilisbomeisia
England, and he says he likes that country
betu r ibau this there be is treated aa a
genth'tiiiu, here as a wothlcs vagraoL
He is not married, and bis paimU are
now dead, lie has a brother wbo is six
fet t thr.e intl.es in height, but wbo can
c'Hitric'. hiui- lf so that be is but tbrea
f et tbiee inches tall. Thi ia tbe only
jM CuVurity. There was nothing remarka
ble about'th. ir mother, bat tha father waa
apparently destitute of ribs. Th laUer
at one time a great mauy year ago
woikrd njK.ri the Erie canal aodlived ia
lyockKrt. George baa a cousin wbo can
thr .w his left hip to bis right ida aod
nee versa. The former is in good health,
wtibs lCo pounds, is ab ut five feet eight
inch.- iu height, and appears to be not
Tl es'ra-.v wa I over 30 years old.
lonj refn- l t Mr. 'Uioinasrs to Middletown to-day.
lie will xirit Albany and return to thia
x illajc in three or four weeks, sooa alVer
der-busses in band.
lie was evidently des
-.e...t iriili between the two.
mau ot fashionable society has frequently ' ptate, ad to save life it was ue-.-ary
no hi-her ambition than to go to the op. ,h,Mt him. The soldiers fired ; Mriy fell
the bull or the reception, dressed so ; with a ball through Lis heart- Tw . f bi
ers, the ball or mc iec y Klllirj(irl ftfii his side ; the ..tber two wer-
extraordiuaruy as 10 ati. 1- ; t, Wu .rM.j. wh
-.-.. n a t iA OnVV ni PTLTY ' '
IU Hiu:. ... "-j . , , l rlPi. ,.ffir,f n, t t
a 1 ,
ttnds to bid farewell to
rritn 4if -ill. Or
r 1 . 1 . a ilm trim
woman e4 ner ciasa; oc.
representative wouian of polite society
never betrays the least desire to attract
attention, and above all thiugs, would
orefer 10 avoid whatever might cause envy
Y , it.er- The ladv and
FTf his 1 7 crude of society a. se xes. was bat seven n.ilr. dMaut ros. .bo has bad tbe small-pox five tiac. A
itleman ot this best grade 01 st v..v j hei ,wrt.:i,u -nd. ven i.A nM.rr, tbna iA mass.
.1 . i :.. i. i xt t iv a .
Ai.n.i 11 rromiiieia duiqu in iu ine 1 tiimrcLi 11 as ceriaiuiv learncu tu u .hi . nnci jauiu ; i u -.i.ui. ,
Hdlltlil-pri vl.(y . , ' I ..-'I. ..1 T 1 . I! .1... I- iH - " T . I
, v"-WM" 1 nnMJM . worrwiiQ economy, uu noiewunuy 1 v . -
- J, ALLEN BKOvv IS. Aeent, I Tii.4 vfl..e vrr-rt imw tr,;r.,,,A THefrirt Wm Chia
jr.; Office No. 2, (Jranjtfiow, to lhe propaganda : daii the year $23,- . Wilmington Frout Street ;.'R S
. April 25, '72. . ly Balisbury.X C ( 545t an(1 0uJy t00t i,700, while Wilmtnttton Fifth Street ; To
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THINGS AT MONTGOMERY
Our "Specials" of this morning will
instruct our readers that Mr. D. P. Lew
:a wmld not have been Governor
ICi " ve w - 1 ...Ai-t tov i
had tbe Eegislature that had the custyay j- .e &t bij;olcd on , u, lo,:,c -
of tbe election returns sirup.v . th-M.A- nobilitT of En-land in reia- , ; curator.
ofl'uxlev. Oueofthem, I..ttle,l..lsn Sullivan
he was called, waa.j ethaps. Morty fciun,an
the name of the other was Daniel Conneil.
The barony ef Iverah aud Darrynane Ab-
W. w here tlie Ouuel... or OT'onrjells. i f
later celebnty l.a'i a'reaoy v..-..-
A farooui skater died in New York, ibo
oth r day, and while preaching tbe faner-
at sermon iu. miuiiici w
where there is lo ic," thus leaving tbe
fiiet.di cf the poor fellow tbe nelanclsoi
rtfleeHirto that be most either come oVw
to teller skate or abandon tbe bbet
Th-re i tsid to be a man is I Hi nolo
genueman oi ..i-uy.fe - he wMer ; and it is thu and.xen
,ud:guantly meet the Ie f IauielConneU.wh..ha?ar -
ble,"as a substantia! old-t led genue j ...nrder. and . -seajI th bal-
man would 'hat of fop" fcoine oi tbetn , ( Wrd-rry, was a s-icn -f the same
T which, ia the cell genera: fc. pro
.9. P E from opening and counting them for five , I .... willl hich they stilt
The weither uiakiog it .ii.i"S-b.e to car-
Marriage Certifiitci for ale here. I baci 88.000,
Scotland gave only $400 and received j pljed i
i Morau days, hae, after taking time to reflect, re Pr ry off the brigaLtioe, she wa.-suuk. w
Ueap- cognized the "Rump "as the Legislature I '"jt-.coman people.' The oldest day light eau... .at her aoch-rage. The
P of Alabama. ThU - RumpV' quorum is . &t uL&tij M yn wa. enUnguished; tb. rums of tl. U
wDo nave B;ap -
and ven QVi who is mean enoerb that lo mofso-
pcliz" the small-pox of a whole comm an
ty ought to be tarred and feathered.
An f i change ulla cs that the Skab of
Persia baa fpanded a female order railed
the -Order of tbe Sen." It strike oa
that be oogbl to call it ibe Order tf tbe
v Topsail i John Joncj
liaade op of four njen
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