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SALISBURY N 0.,r J4.NUARY 80, 1873.
J J J. BRUNER,
Propriety ndS Editor.
j. J. STEWART,
- itiTES OF 8CBCHIPTION
rt ' Vm. wTMein advance. ....$2.00
S Months. . " . l.fX)
k rnnii to one address, , .10.00
w i wr- -
I Reprint from Chlcjifio papers.
I , 'XOWIWYlte.
pb t fair, little fiattcring darling,
t VVould God I cood elotef creep
To yonr btaatiful trust and innocence
1 Atkine the Father to kken
I One of His own ; $leep, Jittle one, deep
1?-' ' t . - j : V- : j
-. IP before yon wake how little to thee ;
I It means, dear, kjve, thjy feet . ?
Haye wandered froti the summer land
po Buori a way, meir ecnoes meet i
i i ne augei s iootsttps on. . me eowen
no. 20. wiiolk so..pup; ; ,
made galnsUBe in toe eooteat' for Got- I his wsilive strength. lie says the cancus I TUB QEIIVI AN SETTLEVIKKTS,
ernoriast amraer bj If.hn 1, matle hls nomlnaUoa unanimous Tbt We xnake the following extraet frora
(...!. -..4 .1 !A 0...m 1 m M Ml Tin T Irnnw IrAm MlilUmM tt I ICHCT. IU fc1 f lUBIDgHIU W VliinUta W HHCU I , . . f tV I . T T f . .
' i V , V, . V ;, " . - t?--, w a m, .". i .iY, I leglalatkm enacted tolcir fo. jadT.ptN
i sslf rcDeattdlr dnonneed as false.tnfamotw nnqueslionable veracUV. that there was a I by he Uer. W. A. Maognm, cooeerning n owl before his eres. had atied Lis i- .i.- .i, iZJ r
; landnufoninded! .Gov. Vance knows them Marge iIori7!n the caucas who did not! the; Rev. G. D Bernheim's book, m notice fancied ternags and nenched hlf tW7 J pnt eTeo to Repablicaa joomala f4
ri n0 Tfiiafaa T3T BB nn run k niiw Hnrn i winL iu vrn inr iiitti n l mi- i irn im pi 1 1 r I r i 1 - I A j . a w. . I vanmanii in nnTnsn iiinnn . i mi lmlcv& . . . i l i
w wn w - - r I w: ' - I ni WU CU UU UrESUT DDCOmi 1U IU1B tF ivui,..vv .u -. -
m I ; a . , 1 Atrruit f. ftf .a reld-tjlooded a tToe tuat
T. HE AaLT ON TH n LATEST iTlinCEALDirnCULTX AT TUC
,, . I .MURDER. EOUTU. - A : l
And we hTe another narder. Anoth-1 -t-u-- ftr eMrriiiuial I
liW UC tiUBC as lax AO uv vau a.uvn euyu l t.o.ub w uia iui uiiu an ", '""'ura v
charges to be false. He told the people 1 gentlemen who did not go y into the can
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kv wsra fata .' Vint nnw Kn Vi WOTlld I CUl.
injure me when he is disappointed and r -v it tisncs and imputations anjnst to the
ancrrv ho lAikt tn ni a b P. the Tieonlft DClieYe
themi and thus BCandafize me !, "What must
disinterested people think of a gentleman
I a lit riPcrrMt tn mo and in m V inflinntnt a I Cifciuu
nniBA nnd im'nnliti nW nninst.'ln ivnf I dant8 of
the nnhlic cohd. had net been thrniit h I deV0te
pert Mr, Aiangnm says :
i His volume is worthy of special consid
; r -.t. J-J
i Girecuy nnaer iue coniroi pi u suvcrBpa i
" -'Z 17 . s . I ioui xuuucaiifm. mnienunir viku w I
people of yew York must at last be I TW,:.,,. th- V.- York JVil mxkf. 1
from the succeisor. 'and jde.ee.. ""V"" . 11 S VadC the tolwtng nent remaxL..Bpvape
- a ft U& V AaWtt- WWW a m.wi a aaMw m v .a n aVJV a I T I
tbos trngal, enterprising and w. .i..,. ,r?n In ..vtn r14 7 ,
1 nioneers who first established and. 7r T:!:" lu ' " ?7 5e ior
.vrr -nri i . a s-. u j i " -fe6-"i" e --y ;o i -it mar ds an easr urn? ior ue itm.
ttiv 1 ... v BSTCESitL I The augers footsteps on. . the goWeo disinterested people think of a gentleman l the public goodt. had nt oeen thrnst be p'-f II i l. for "most every murder committed ; I end Administratkw at WeaVtogtotj "deV I
the rather. f sustained me uerman cuurcnes in b . vc.r.'tl,e mode of admin- ZiT: I,.t. . ii i
fB? V L J i 1 mislead themnd Injure his neigbborl- the legislature, b
V&ft TVTIPiTir Myoultotake. He holds it still j Butbe his motive or belief in that respect assembled, Gov. Vance never could have shouW know, of the pnvatioos, struggles, wholeJ ve8,,a 0ntfmptible haa justice . .ndofpowti: iWt U does ootffoUoir ,i
?yk$ I own, and whe theWrs are finding vhat-it may,1 1 reepectfully and cordially received that half a vote m&rifr or in- 4 beroic Uvea of missionariee and Chn.. wthattal crime, have become the "e vtr AoU io ioT - '
VTS J-'awi PnlSTlV ( invite bimWjbin Mr. Pool in defending deed; any majority. So I confidently bo- U.t refugee, who loved religion and liber- JmbUten of Uwlces, since it i. safer SjSHnd U i.uelj tST ,
dDB TS1 WlT Uolo HSarShVS erSin. himself in the ! indictment against him in lievel J! J7 conscieuce more tha n bev loved and bring. .l.rger jnr. of noloriety
Bf5ZZ& - ,K j; Jr6: 1V1 .Up to His heart-nthe closer: bmaing. i Bttn-mb Superior qouri for circulating Thus it will be seen that bis strength the endearmenU o home, kindred and na- l0 ontnt the most wcred iohibitbn of one of essential Timportanceprhi.-U
' -yv , ' " - i tJUla earth ancels rn'to His own: - 1 a,Kbetou. )ablicatim? conutining these was manufactured; and iiotihe free vol- Uve laud. Here they are S" both human knd divin.law than to violate ,.. f tt e a cf IxWana, -
I I Hush, darling hisu 1 Kiss downhis very, charges,! and! tojprove any on of notary offering he would UvSlbe country JWigauon. w weir "a f Z 10 lbo Tightest degree ;the simple code or f CongTeM to decide r and tbel reaaosiM
sweet eep,l rH f0-"? fS.P"TS! JfJlorceby. The erne V!cold-Uoodcd nr iLeTarenotfr-e to do io at this toomen!
I The blessing of hsfaitfi. Oh! Fathef that erei8 no troth in them. The Van afer all he did, was not the choice Prl sto."- cials court hi favor and beg his pardon bM t u in power 0f aUoiM48utcj '
U I . ep. . . ! trnth,V thftv WPremereinventious to seie of a maioritv of the Conservative po It it just 1 k
nn. nf ..K R..tP n,l 1 have the atrontr- ifiee the true principles aud ineones ana . . bthaU f be k JuJ esU0 - .f,nmiri1irf Jo, nok bemn.
HAYS & SILL
Druggist & Apothecaries.
8AAXSBTJXVX7 XT. C.
Having purchased the contents of the
Drug Store' formerly occupied by .t)r.
ii T.dward Sill. We resDtctfullv call the kt-
iltentlott of the Citizens of Salisbury and
' the euf rounding country, to the new ar
.nment. and inform them that we will
aa w - y I
. 'continue to carry on the business at the
same placed and the same excellent way.
We will endeavor to keep on hand all the
Wrfona c'ooda the oeonle may need per
taining to our line, and therefore, hope
by striet attention to business, to receive
a liberal patronage. y j
; ' Physician's Orders ftompt-
! ly Attended To. .
: Prescription accurately and
carefully compounded by reliable
(and competent Druggists day or
Our souls all Thiiie, awake or sleep
I PATltNGE. 1
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Storms are above thee, Q, heart of doubt,
r Heaven looks . cjld, jthe earth looks
I drear; :, I j. 1
But sometimes, out 6f the parted cloud, I
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I ljignt may tail anatneiway do ciear.
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Bat if not here thou.heart of doubt,
t Just across, wher theingels be, 1
Quiet isles, and stormiest seas,
And the light of home J are waiting thee.
Be patient, then thqu hefirt of doubt,
With aloving faitthak knows not fear;
For soroetimes,'outiottnepartea eioua,
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Lagbt wm tan, aua me way u cir. ,
UPWARDS OFIFTY FIRST rRE-
MIUMS antl Gold and SiUcr Medals
were awarded to Chalks M. Stieff 1
for the beat Pianos in competition
.with all the leading manufactur
ers of the country. '.
OfUce and ITcw STarerooms,
; No. VNorlh Lrberty St. BALTIMORE, Md.
Tha RtlofTa Pinnna ountrtln All tho latest ini-
l.nf.mti1 in a firntxilarts Pianft.
with additional improvements of hi ovrnin-
'Pk. (iinA tiurh mi 1 finish f their inntru-
ments cannot bo excelled by any manufactur-1
ed. 1 !
A. laree asortment of second-hand Pianos
always n hand, from $75 to $M)0.
Parlor and Church Organ, some twenty dif-
f.Mnt itrlnt'nn hunil from ftT0 and UDWardS. i
Rnnd fnr. Illint.rat.ftJ Cataloiruo. containine
k names of over ; twelve hundred Southerners
- (ftro hundred of which are Virginians, two
. Vnrth i pAriilininntt. one hundred and
UUUUI'IM 4V M J rxmvmm-- F ,
" fiftr East Tenne8seans. and others throughout
i-a. a .14. XI O a 1 DI n V-t ,
the South;, wno nave oougni ma oueu irmuw
' ' smco the close of the war.
r J. ALLEN BROWN, Agent,
J2:4(H Salisbury, N. C.
THE OLD, pLE HOME.
When I long for Uined memories.
Like angel troops tey come,
If I fold my hands to fonder
On the old, old honje.
Th heart has mihy passages
Through Whicli thtj feelings roam,
. But its middle aiile is sacred
To the thoughts off old, old home.
Where infancy was s altered
Like 8in5ebuds frou the blast,
Where girlhoocNbrif elysium
In joyousness as assed ;
To that sweet spot forever
As to some haljowtd douie.
Life's pilgrim beiids Jier vision.
Tb her old, old hme.
A father sat, howiprudly.
By that ofa heartHstones rays ;
And told his child stories
Of his early minhbod's days.
And one.auft eye wai beaming,
From child 'twbulU roam ;
Thus a mother coaiits her treasures
In the uld, old j hcKne.
oleT ! I a nnrnose for Mrl Pool last summer, and
II IIav Vonoa bnnwmv t hlm tn lA HTlOn
inventions, in turn, seeks to mate tnem
answer his purpose now ! Let him take
such benefit aud gratification as he can
by such a course ot conduct !
Knowing that Mr. Pool and Gov. Hoi
den are exceedingly odious among the
i Conservatives of the State, he seeks to
produce the impression that I was. tbeir
special choice ior senator, etc. x nave iuc
information from gentlemen of nnques
tionble veracity, that both these gentlemen
were unalterable opposed to my election,
and the latter favored Gov. Vance's clefi-
tinn nnPlrF tUn rirp.umstanccs. and he
twu v. m .
knows the fact.
The account Gov. Vance gives of in
terviews between him and myself is not
rorreistlv eiven. even in Bubatance he
(riven his deductions from what Tas not
aaiH rathor than what was said. I did net
complain that he had failed to join me in
. . v-fc T
a combination against ven. ttansom
cians of the State, and I have the stronc-
eet conviction that he as not the choice
i. i . r. r .L. j.-.: ofeiDcnmcnt. A knowlease of the hia-
and Usmocratic peotie oi ine oiate. i . . tji
Many of the wannest congratulations I tuiion that has existed for geaeratiou. is
V . i . . . I ,'ninnjillfl to a wise and competent
received after my lection were irony gen- r- .
tlemen who voted for Gov. Vance solely control and dis
,i; a m.nata nf th Macns. rom mis wort me leaucvo ui uC B.ta. preater
IU Vuw.,m,Bli.w. T r-.l ni U : A mnat loarn. IT 0 ... . . .
t i. .11 olft.aoa of I uovuciaa vjuuiv-u m AUi.IM - , 1 1. wretched vatrrarrt to ua
ner- of larccnyT ai send him with
State, expressing cordial congratulations -r- - "rrr" pompous ceremony 10 iuo .
nri roicmrs at mv election, and many mm.0. u---6" . " :r-
him oti behall of the people ; J udgt-s ieuo . . tf -h .yr BOk bed.
. a. 4 . .a Al" .MAaAt,1ll1(-J' t BtVA Vital V la 111 1 - a.
a eiay i piwuiu.. .... . tne m0ll(jlo uoes, aua tue easiest way out .
from a well deserved loop otnemp, ana ifj, for Congress to repeal alii la wa
whereby auy faction can involve any ,
when nublic excilcmcnt has died away he
walks abroad amoug us wearing a look ol
a a..an.M v fcv , wa.1 Ics aUroau amoug us wcanug a ioo w
to a wise and competent injQrcd innocenCe. The poor, puny hand
isposition of its economy. of nowadays accomplish
rk the leaders of the great n0 -rCater cffort that to drag some friend-
bar on a
State iu any such trouble. Let Louisiana (
go to her own courts with hex owndiS- i
cullies, if it is there that she can bod a
remray. ii someuxing more rmaicu
needed we should still insist that she bo
let alone. If her people should! have a
little comfortable blood-letting among
1 ii U 1 ailU OUCbUIUVU .UW, " i' i
persons have heaped upon me unmeasured,
and 1 think, unmeritea aocse.- ana wuuo
most of the newspapers ot the otaie nave
deprecated imrespectful terms, party dis
organization, they have expressed confi-n'-npp.
in me and saliefaction. and I have
the strongest assurance
mat luentuKu iuv,ui " j
Will nln nrove intereetinc and valuable to
many who are not members of the Luth
eran Church, and who do not approve us
doctrines. It is au important comriuuuua
to tho general history of the Carolioas in
those earliest days. JJr. JJ.awa.8 waa au
i nleased with part of tie contents that ho
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3 AX Serial election .stained by tliem, with two or three ex - 0;
in January, 187, m order to sunseivu cepi ons 3 the lessons of Church experience which it
his private interests ana grainy ms amoi- ment 01 me peoP. j . .v1 7- contains very instructive. Besides, it
tion,hefailedtodoiustice to his section rejoiced at my elevation to tbe Senate, nm. ti . . .
of the State, his party and his friend. and that high in numbeV. of .of esT anYa
said that the wee , his party ana 1 wou.u tnem arc saueu. a. V' - communicant, among the denomination. t7 : m., their an .earauce
warded as next to the hichi
ponutrv could bestowi when noue but
tho ablest and most honest men were sent
there to rcDresent their States, and when
nnnt hnt honorable wavs wero used at
the elcct'iout.1 But how all this is changed
now 1 There are no les thau four Sena
tors in that bodv who are directly charged
with having got there by corruption, and
at least two cf ibiin arc ou trial upon
charges of havine boucht their elections
with mouev. Another, uuder like charges
on bin wav to tha Senate, waitinc for
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saiu iuc ".o v -7 , 1 i, , j f 1 1 j communicants among the aenomina.ions
t . e i l. r 1!I - a ot nn !, nnnn n wiri R-.tlsfied I WOUld not UOld COUiuiuuaauM b , , , . .
not iorgive um bciuouucco i v-v. 0f the United SUtes. and thereiore euan
of duty in that respect. " - lenecs the atteutiouof all intelligent Ubns-
W'i..3f : A:- . o tbnt t m?rrlt o p-n manv cosrent reasons lengcs me aiieuuuu ui .u 0v
nr nin l sav IU uilu an our .u.v - i w.... ' c o .
I would not have a radical vote or u-e a why Gov. Vance ought not to have been
coarse expression, as he sngge.t. ; but I elected, but I do not choose to discuss this
told him at all our interviews that I did matter here or to annoy and distress him.
not belie the radicals would vote for At another time, however, I may, if nec-.
either of us. 1 On one occasion lie came cssarv, give the people a true and faithful
to mv office and said he had come to account of the real cause that gave rise to
The birthday gifts 4nd festivals,
The blended vtesjler hymn.
Some dear one woSweHing it,
, Is with the Seraptiim,
The fond "good iights" at bed-time.
How quiet sleep wtould come,
And fold US all together
gee what was 10 oe aone wuu mo uur
vMv T repeated what I had often
said, that I did not believe they would
vote for cither of ne, but eaid I, you have
asked me a question about a possible con
iingency and; I will answer you fraukly.
I said that if the Radicals should nomi
nate me and ask me to accept such nomina
tion, I -would no more think of accepting
it, than of thrusting my hand into the
fire then burning before ns, for in
that caSe I i would sacrifice conscience,
In the old. old
Like a wreath of sweet scented flswers
Closs intertwined) each heart,
But time aud chajrgp in concert
Have blown thje wreath apart ;
But dear and saiate memories
Like angels evjer Icouie ;
I fold my arms afid jpouder
On the old, old home.
servatives in the Logialature in reference .cry of harmony.
to the late Senatorial election in that body,
about which So much has been said in tho
beat of excited passion, and when it were
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well, if it had not been saia.
I am not sensible of having done wrong.
The cause which prompted aud governed
my action was, in my judgment, potent
aud involved my self -respect, tho best in
terests of the people of the State, and, in
some measure, the same of the whole
Hear that New man, will yon T The
Hickory E,i'jle (now JVmdoh't like the
Hear it :
least four morp will make their appearance
on the coming 4th of March. In several
of the new yesteru States there seems
to bo but one way of settling Senatorial
elections, and that is to settle in cah. In
the pocket State of Nevada they have a
canvass on hand at mis lime, ana so uu-
ter is it thtt one party threatens to make
it a 14 conflict so memorable and terrible"
as to deter all future attempts to buy the
Legislature. But that Legislature will be
bought all the Barne. The people in the
State are lost isight of in tho contest, the
whole business of who ball be benator
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From the Sentinel.
to the Editors of the Sentinel :
but V vuwv j ' I
nA rtnnAr art wnnld deserve I o.nnntrv
fall U i I LM V ClUVt aaVMva "" - -
the exercratioh of my political friends, and I have no disposition to assail Governor
would not be entitled to the confidence Vance or his frtends. This is not the
... j lJnXf tha HfiM it wonld be limp nr nlaee to discuss the merits of the
HUU ICCpCVk V "- I . .
manifestl I jhad sold my conscience and controversy growing out of tbe benatonai
. : fvU . nUoo Vint. Birl T farther, i pIpcIiob. and I will not do so. I confine
A number of our exchanges are cry-
in" Harmony ! Harmony ! Harmony 1 1 1
iM-.. 1 TKb ITi,ab rjnTna"bft
1 uai a niuiig i auj . . . ,
been played o long already.: If there from Nevada being settled outside of the
I Rtat in Pan Francisco bv a tew tndivia-
ty h t it out If it ii hazardous to tho uale. The next ?sevada fceaator will pro
party to dbcuas the Merriuion-Vance- bably be tho immediate personal re pre
Seaatorial Imbroglio and Public Printing eentative of the San Francisco owner of a
all we've got to Bay the party t in a bad silver mine, just as the new Oregon ben-
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fix, and needs a little ventilation, uqu i i aioriuo iui
De aiarmcu, Kniiciucu. .1 ' - , - , . ,
We did not tumx. tno proiongauon vi msni uauwajo. t"-; "iv :., 1 ,
a personal controversy ;hrough the pres. sentcd in the Senate now, who will spend
would be beneficial to the Conservative cash enough, j m
. .. The above is from; the Philadelphia
Neither do we, nor ao we miu. n x-c(cr, unmy
From Uu QtvioU IJomu. f - .
REASONS WHY WE WA2TC THE J
FHNCH LAW. . j' . j
lit Because it will save timber. I
2d Because it will aave tbeuSaodsf
dollars that tbe land holder pay a out foe f
making, naming raua aua uuuuiog icncri.
4d Because it will lay open io cultU j
vation thousauds of acres of the best land j
in the Stale, now occupied by fence, aod j
briars. j !
ith Because it will improve toe land. I
by keeping tbe stock off tbe wood land j
and redeeming waste land. 4
Cih Becaoec it will Improve the
stock. For the owner will keep bis own
trick instead ot his neighbor's. 1
Gth Because it will im crease the val
ue of labor. For the employer can af
ford to mv the laborer hieher1 ware, for
D . - 4
corap(.ting than lor keeping up enubce-
eary fences. j ,
7th Because it will make the poor man!
rich and the rich man richer. Tho onof
cau furnieh the land and tbe other enclose;
for the pasturage of both. Then the t-
I hies of all will rroan under th. heavy;
burden of the sweetest meat.-4sueh as
ator the immediate personal r-prescutative , , , . . . u f - of BrarrV
of a great builder ot subsidized Govern- fftll.wtr. when ftxiuA on Kemtockvt
Berkshires, which were skinned in th
twilight and boiled with white oak acom-J
instead of tho razor back and borules!
scrubs, of whieb it ukes two or three t jf
make a respectable shadow "when ready
for the butcher. ! R. f
P. S. Is it just that one man should
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pnucipiep iu v , - , , . i.. i ; t j ' . ,i. .t-r Wp ni,;l ono. of Grant's most lutimate per
thev know me and my recora mcy Know myseu to ine points bowgui, u uc us. wouia ue iiasamuuc i v; T ' 1- i e t i -U
they Know me anay , , . . MnM. ' b Ln th-n-rtv was held toeether by sonal and political friends ; so the .Id
youanaiyour ru, ------- " .;A rrnm vSn- ".V.r" .s" r Hl-r tl.M Ronior Evans of howl of rebol" or Democratic slander is .- n ,wv bi. timber and
cumstancesot your nomniauou, wuicu i i mre uuucuu "" -B biruugn .. . j imi n t rUnm it rfrm " J i , .
. worn A tb.t noue. if they chooeo ono word in Wodication of myH, lu.e tUc Milion Cro icfe . Au "1 i? in .n. b" t"'"m?u' ""H'l
, i : -J ailh tliA 1 I tn.,rr!if ln nnhhc iroon enlllQ Ue UcCl I VnmA nt thR I OnSCTTll TC USUCI S VI luio I io IUV.U1UVI" v., o o
V: raSfibM Statrm'to think that the!little split Radical party) V'uTUsS:
fSd electlmi, Tshall accept the election, mission to such injustice as has been done betwcen Vance and Menimon and the ae- on the Tirtue.aad punty and pa."t
anaeiect mq, x aw , n.in no doubt. ii,. I.Utnre in sivinir the nab- of which that concern claims tho monop-
wituout aoaiius one juk i ui iuwi, i mv, h - -, - , . wu vt. kUU o- o . , , t i
zeal in the interests of my party-that 1 unintentionally, and was willing to rely lie printing to the Kaleigh lievs insteaa oiy
self a?aint the ravages of a tew little
grunters of his neighbor T
Cabarrus county, N. C.
I My attention hasj been directed to a J ' Tnej overtrurus directly or iudir- firmly on my course oflifo aud conduct of e Smtihel, has " ruined the party.;
paper dated January Sth, lb73, publish- the Radicals for their votes, nor in the future as in the past, to vindicate If act 6Uch as these can " ruin a party,
cd in "The Southern
under the signature
S in which that gentlcina
Ohservo how eclf-iniportancc makes a
man moody and unhappy.
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Biela's Comet Did It. It
' ... I W I. I f. ' 1 M I 'I I IV ft V 1 I 1 . IPIjU. I TPI1 II V 1111 Ill'll ULIUUUU1CI ,U UIBU T .
If acta such as these can " ruin a party, - -? v . . ".V. - c.,: w:-,..ir .i... .u-U
the integrity of my character personally let it rip. and the .ooner tho better.. Par- Observe h,w scif-orUncc a - , J
(.at was said and politically. ties are not formed for the special benefit man moody ana unnaPr7. . C nT-l.n dJ
in which that gentleman seeKs uy insinua-; . and mQch o dl, Unguage Ai a Senator, by the blessing of Prov- of a few individuals, but are supposed to al ways think, ug ot his own c b f oe Vi" 5 of mei
tion, suggestioujM afsort of argumenta-, reduced to writing what wa! said idence, it is my unalterable purpose to do be predicated on measures. And he who renders himself thereby n to cn oy the
tiou to prouuee i T r - - - prv ROOW after Gov. Vance left my of my utmost to benefit and bless the wooie turns hi- back on these principles o-cnuau goou "-- .. J 1 '7Z . Rom. Itrealan and Goetlinrtn U believed
l ff,ir.rt m used rettmcr a I that everv toaen ui anauuii tnvii i .
UQ or u uauibiu 0 f- , .
,v fl, mn rir narlisan I otber is as an insult ottered to bimsclt ;
he on,ht to be. hence he is touchy, sensitive unublc
vote in the KgU , 1 hours I learned that the Republicans had I will not willingly tolerate wrang or op- 0u? harmonious cotemporary further and envious, tic iukcs '"
Senator, ad that liad Ld, I would pression to any. I am nxious to see the aads: With great deference to the opin. is meant, and even wtWewnd
trigued with the Republicans in and out .the Kadteal o.e-and the lln ion rest firmly and forever upon the ion of lhe Eagle, we still think where b.in are not thinking of him at he
of the legislature, for khesame PnrPMfr that I1iad "gold out" to Constitution-to see it completely and there i9 no principle at stake, it is hasard- interprets their conduct as if i wii, itudH
And I learn that a ftw bf that gentleman'. that 1 naa corfially restored in the hearts of the peo- ous to lhc party for our leading public ouely di-tsourteoje, aud goes through the
...liiM. Wnda niake a milar imou- i tbe KadLc.als 1 , ... , l;,.;.tl ' ; .r,n.l wriiirlinir world smartio2 from wounds which have
SS- , -HI - . L . . Ur,.be collar. hould be pureed of
I am surprised that Wov. vance .noma ; - " Mrtv for Senator. This political good. I wish to .ee iu govern- We reply to this by saying : It is a I ers as irom nis own ovr.wcc.u5
thua seek to produce an impression wnicu -v , , .'l.i: md mlnriona. exercisrae? I n.rtv intWd. that tnteffrate. upon I ccit.
"b--. J. u:". 1 deny ana ao nor ueiiT. i jm b. , " I i v -? :i
i tnina. u ugv. . t d' not Dr0l)0,e here to discuss the its mighty powers for its own protection, the "personal wrangnngs oi icauiog pu.-
bto , Ti V V : merits aud demerit, ot ni. nomination, i u wen u ror ia mmwauw i uiciane.
i . ill niiiiniain n aa aav va - - a a w . a a. : . a, a k a a. a m a m a aj n B j r a a wtrnrw i r
.', v, . , a. i ..i : . ; i . , , . r insiftt andi thinK 1 can snow on a proper wcuuu ui ui wo nguw -v..
All Losses Eqmty Adju
v" r- db , f i j i nednle that he bad uo legitimate nomina- i tive spneres as goverawouw.
t rTh mattpr wa rcDeatedlv consid- PI"6 vnT 6 , . r n :
I . w m . t I .. . a;: . M ndn-A o nOPDI I am OStMIII!! V I inilSfl TallTC III UI T
PropcVty ownVrt desW ereLby the CentrjU Executive Commit-! ntion , h;. ttp. opinions and conduct, and as in the past
- iftt ..ii .,rwo.f tKomaplres bv I Rtutn. nulbdibv able aud Iearu" i J i - . I . . , n . . n..... ; n
iurD ui m w v .. - v v , . -- nopd atrehoth tso iu the lutuie, i snan uc a uocuii, i mguDoraiuauyu iuu uioife.... i ' . . , 'i t . v, l
ingaPolicyin-ofgiaHomelnsuntnee lfcgll gentlemen as vell as rby tbe opin- Pd etreP a nm bavin- for ' poUticjl guindance no cuter iu protest against bolting and per- as. It gives a jaundiced bca to the be-
Co.-- Ageneie. at prominent points ,n all the judgment ol many influential He admitted m the presence of a com- bwing or my po 1 g enter prat g 0lt tge .pirU of bavior of those who, so far from meaning
Southern SUtes ' . r!a,aivM and Democrats, and tho mittee ot dur trieud., tnat ne nao aone t t ...mi I V. V T j:.-...: ..". .triv-to tft do evil to us. have our best interests a,,
T - ft T T ITI 1 W TV A fvpni. 1 VVUOV w a.- - - w I T - F ... f : ...J-l-lrtt VY V "it1 fllf . 1 Will IlCf CI tCJOO IV ttVA" I ii1BAI'M U ISallAV U muu w - 1 - - - . , , - I i
aJ . TV. lil J 1 J 11 JFV . W 1 . t a a. Ilka 4 . .1 Sk A..ttta tl B ll m U M I1H I V IU W X Va I UI CT a t . a a I 111 . .II. a .. I n AVI I I
" " v " .. r,m ttee abontihfe time the liCffisiature uimosi awuwcvi.u...vu-- . .? , ',. .,i .k. ,.,in.;,;n .i. irLiv and weltaro I at heart, ana iove uf w.m ku-iim.v.u6 . , urseOih A mnn- ifnnsf
V.W-- T t ' . . " I .1. . l . .1 .m Hnnnc thA no. I X- .. r tlinn SPnSP. l)rO. Y 11- I aUUUk U'm, ; -rf -
Gedrgia Home Insnrance Ca
Of OOLUMBtJS. Ga.
IvooaroaAtcn, 1850. Cxpitax. $380,000 !
j i RHODES BROWNE, President,
C ' 1 1). F. WILliOOX, Secretary.
There is no surer wav to make our.
1,n miierable than to think of ourselves
i . . V. 1...
i do--, cr. .o Ulooe a. . more th.n w oog., a - . .o-
Araiu "It is th duty ox tne presa laies u- irom . ---
to condemn the wrong even in their own alike from all human sympathy and di
party to point out errors, if any have vine assistance It makes us very I.h-
been committea, to renuite m i " . - ; ., :
insnbordination aud disorganization, to and every man s nana. aPP-reu. 7 .5u
April 25, 72.
Office No. 2, Granite Row,
1,25,72. Iy Salisbury, N.-U.
.Patent Well Fixture.
tnedded to 'private families, being conveni- ol io cor,test the
nt for qntek jfilling,- self-emptying aad ease crtaj0ly do so sui
iu drawing;;. -iFor darabiUty it is unsurpass- J grounds,
.luglstoTohmi' rtnv Vance bin
I Committee about hfe time the Legislature
! met resolved unaniinoilely that it was in
expedieut to contest! tle election and ad
vised me not to doj so. Besides this, I
rpfpivfd more than a hundred letters, from
uJinv mid it-ell informed Conservatives
'm .i . i- .Oii;. tlila I fm oworv apo.tioti of the State, and every
aHmtrAKb Invention' Itis especially recom-; 1 orie of them with one exception advised me
meijded to 'private families, being conveni- ' t lo cor,test the election, unless I could
successtuliy ana npou suo-
and that exception was
. t 1 - ir I ll .! o.itria.
l"h"v "l"a:!?? "TZ"Z SLw & Wt
SOIUie StklelJ iroiu acvitucuv. ii no i , r
ox tne most careieia, aou wiuiuii uo&iguif i u ivv... - tit...
. I ; M-ka arbnla truth is4-the Rppublteaus
. ; ' MERONEY & BRO. " I new, Oov. Vance iau4 his record they
X - 7i-tf. t I ' I inniv triA nd mv fccoiid. and they chose
. 1 a.uv-" v i i , , - t
. . i ' : , I . ? r. uritliftnt unv : nlpnP'R oi anv
. i. - I VOIO iur mo miuw. v i r o ,
:DrS. SulOmef ell & Gaitler'S character. They asked no pledge-they
iBABKER &, CO'S Drup; Store
.,:,''! J UP S1AIKS. ;:
. Aug. 2,40: 5ra. ' ' f " :- v
This - imputation
intended to support
Maawsge Cotifist!e for salclrcrd;
like that which it is
is untrue ana ansoiu
f ianvi human being
know, to the cotttraiyI call upon him to
speax oat. j- L i ;. L . - v
lie awo reprQuucv. mo ivu.
to have been the filling within our atmos
pbere of comctary lrtgmenu, i ana uie
I subsequent violent lonn. and j tern peati
which visited Jvortheru ana uentrai xUf
ope are attributed to the almespberiA
. .1 ..nr.l I.M f I. . rvI1.tM !
" " - f
Hotc to lit CoRart on Horses Shovt
TV nlUr knald ba narchased of
. u . -..n.. aSva . imt Kpfnr BBtiinir it oA
the firt tima, immerse it in water, leton
it remain in one minute, and imraidiateJy
put it on the bors-, eing careful to nave
: i ... J : . A a id. n il twttk.
ine DIlIirB PV auju.iru w auaia -
ft the shoulder, and then pat ihi
horse to work. Tbe collar by being wat
will adapti:elf to the booldcr, and shoo'd
be left in tbe samo shape it ocpupied oft
the bcrse, and ever after you will. havi
a snnc niling coiiar ana wwauu.
l. , I r. .1 ..
eaucus, 14 secure his nomination. His - r-. -r ""1 r i. dniv ?o rebuke the spir- feel, it to be always in his way. Let b,m - T'. on 1
friends or many of them, gav. U out very "YbVdou for troubling the public at of insubo diuatiou to party, disorgani- do what he wi , or go Where be may, he Ao(J -n a,wc,
generally tha he had a large I bjg Pjr dou l Mn.ub u bul m0ve himself but be ,s conscious of R e djd JTdiflcteri
.1" Sthtli LBlftd bv Gov. Vance', strange kL rrvinharmoav I harmony ! har- it. pain. In like manner he who Us t Ins J of ....boti
."irrfrZ.'TdT. .aenee in reference to it. I Vl -P Pr,oreWy lfc- feeling of sHf- mpor uoee .. ona,. j w and B-t all these year, tlak
Lfl II IB DUUUU1 tkl.u .. . . " i I J 1 - Ti I imir iiii .(1 II1C UUU T llS ainawo . 1 .
nterestea Uirit advised me not to allow venture to trust that ne anu u Qfg .accrn ' " 'Vl. He is constantly complain "
to before the caucus, and friends will yet nave occ.ou 'f l.,.n incited, and whe,.
d he did not want to beat me, &c., &c -ore favorable of me than tneynow seem ..r. Holland bo'or isli- to another he feel, nothing
A. S. MERRIMON. ba;ing resolved to have the wall before but that be has been overlooked. lh he
Raleigh, Jan. 22, 1873. iffid House Uken down, and to have .hut, himseli
8 ' ' ... iron ra-li,. nut up in its stead, it was mopes most of .La hen aibr- are merry .
Boo, o, Ho.n, - CWl.'. (Tana ? S?" ,(.- My 4., -
m u uiu iii .- ,
Tn thU Wav he drove everv gentleman
nrVtn til nil ah i of bein? a candidate before
the caucui dut of it -no one waiited to go
there just to be beaten no gentleman was
I . a l..n a at - .a J i- aala. .aH I M il VaVrtl" IT IIP. lilt 11 111 LI I1A lailllA VJ aitlfl. I Ctii Waa . .
though others were voted ior including "jjook ot Hours 18 Beco,m ,u !tt u.c tt"u u ihi hesW completely immo-
mvaelf. When the caucus assembled, he historical interest to no mansenpt in James box hat he should
hid the field to himsellWhowa. tho only world. It is eleven hundrea years old, evei -tue PIOB" .
had the neia w mm .JL i,.a Keen considered a most the laborers bad blasted the brick-work in w:iminn Journa,
h7fa P-iouV example of tbe arts of those dis. .h
otninktehii ,aU. hi. efirtsUt ages. Tbel
and the effort, ot hi. friends, to say notu- mm ; tne cnaracer. ; b " -"T SrkkwSriteTboT ; at lb. same time advia
intr f the! areuments aud means employed with miniatures, whose colors are a. tresn nis xavonie noy ,
Sv&fe s--"f- f
ti. Wilmington Journal of Thursday
sav-: Sales were eff-ctcd yi-sterday of
S2,000 of City ; 7 per cent bonds (lity
tt-ii In- .Tdnnarw let. 1876. at SO cent
This is a inde. bf the good credit of our
he wis looking for them be not that
the Heavens were bright above p-hn. , ir.
never let bis eys turn away from tbe filt
and mud iu which he sought bhi trfauxf;
and when he died a rich old msh. he
only knew ih: fair earth as a iirty roa
a m a - t 1
in wbicb to pica up money. i
caught on the coast near St. ugustfii
Florida. It waa about eight feet from tij
i . . .
A large and curious fia was reeeuut
loriua. it waa aoooicigui y
f i. Cn. tn ll.a tin of lhe boltOD fin. anfl
11 .Wft M.. V" .MW J- . .
about eight feet from it noae Jor moath
to the Uil : waa about tweuty-uvo incbea
thick ; eyes large, and the mouth exeeeq
ingly small, and weighed over One thoui