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NEWS AND COMMENT.
ty Mren thotySnd four hundred and thirty fire
dollars mustj provided the current year to
meet the bonds falling doe, and to pay interest
on (he publkjiebtTr Among the debts are I To
meet Russell Image's claim of three hundred and
seventy five housand dollars :Mto pay Interest
on fire hundred and sixty! seven . thousand in
gold quarter bonds1 to Jan. 1, 1870. ; to pay
bonds fallbg due thla year and 1874, and to
psy the Interest on the public debt. The mes
sage was referred to the joint financial commit
tee to report yo-morrow. ... r , J
When we Remember that the revenue deriv
ed from Georgia's public Improvements, Ratl-
VACCINATION. ; :l AQUAKEIlPIlINTEa'SPKOVEUBS
The fallowing brief extract Is from an I Thou sbanltjst nevei tend an article for
the last Boston Medical and nnbHc&Uon without rivinr the editor thy
i ... I : t n, .. .
i ' A young man by the name of Alonso L. Ad
suns of Raleigh, while laboring under a tempo
rary sbbcrstion, leaped from a second story
w, tndow, frajtorinf his skull and causing death
soon after. . ... jT ,
'pvans of Boston, known as the North Wood I roaj- Jfor the war was sufficient to relieve
iporaerer, coniesses vo uw auuug m ner people almostentlreiy oi taxes, we are .n
iboyawwnan. x, ; dined 'to ask) yhence all this present d?b this
t iRiAkls. ths Piir mnrderder. has been denied necessity for bnrdensome Uxes? -As there was
a new trial or astay of iroceedIngs by Judge I no public debt of any consequence before the
Soardraan. ; Ills oonnsel U1 apply to Judge 1 war, was the y resent debt incurreu ny tne wa i
OavIsbftheSjpwMCourt. I No 1 jhat was repudiated in obedienc to th
THE FENCE LAW.' ' f f wr the aaaisUnee of the powerles South or
A coodly nttmber of farmers has urged 1 Er. th K.w vrk -Tms. the most mL.
m tn adroes.tA the nnal of the fen'ee law. I liffnaot and onrdentiDZenemy of the South. I stride in
or ratbertheenaetment of m law dobff U constrained to gits . its , approval to the Surgical Journal upon th anbjeet of rac- namd j it ofleniimca teeores pnbiicatioa to
- . . . , - proposea scueme ot reuei. cinaiion. xue journal ttrery blzu tned- worthless articiea. .
awaw,wiiK the sUyftnee. tho f.r - ' id authority in thi eoWry.and Twt add : Thoo ahonWst net r,p at the door of a
protection of th farmer - against Uxa en- ' -. JUSTICE TO THE SOUTH. tt the recent preralenee of a malignant printing office,' for be that answerelh the
croacnmenta ei nw uciguuur iwca. . i phe
It' Is urged that eyery stock owner I .
should I be rcqnircd to keep his stock on I jn -gjip
f i r i I edicts oi the reoersi uovernmenw now come
.(T.Oeary.oPennaylTania. died suddenly L. ettjj that the war-ruined people of
iseae we ae j v
of the Fed
ersl Government How come
bis own farm, and if this be done, the ne
eessity for fences, in a great measure, will I ' ' . ; r '
ave been dispensed witb,andmm.ous of
dollars in labor and wood saved annuaHy. , roU8 lne I Southern survivors of
We know the greatest tax the farmer the war of 1812. That they should have
has is ihcurred in being compelled to keep been stricken off that brief roll in a moment
up his fences and this is not merely to pamowc passion wW cnougn,
- I kon 4hnmrh tl ma. tint navn hMI KOflaln
j-i nuv-. ,-,..(!- l;r Vl sihsii pox. in ios.on is excumg i rap toses umc v,
NeT Y0! ' eofeilne anwonted degree of professional atten- ItJfver do thou loaf about, and ask
: uoo, w mc iqdicci : ique&uona or a;noca qowq tvpr, or mo
S the names Of DOUthern Dens I The followiui? nranoaitions am offend I ha
, as matters ot belief.
protect b.s own farmT against hi. stock, that they .volnnuJily, sympathized with KJS
but bU neighbor's. It would take very the rebellion j' but is too late now to dis- ifh Wi
ivi will love thee like they
and some of them as I trees; when tbon leavest.
matters f record : I Thou ahouldst -never read the copy on
1st. IVithout vaccination, one death in the printers case, or the sharp book eon
ten from all causes would be the result of taining thereof, or be may knock thee
small dot. 'i down. t.
2nd. Without vaccination, nineteen out I Never Inquire thou of the editor for the
of twenty would have small pox. ' I news, for behold it is his business at the
3d. V ithout vecination. sixty-seven I appointed time to etve it to thee without
even though it may not have been certain cenU of lho of ,mal, woold
hat IliM' wnln.ililtf ilimiMl n.l1 tea K If .
It is not right that thou shouldst ask
last 8aturday morninc at llarrisburg. - He had I uLTlifctf
just returned the evening before from, x.cny, crifioe ? - Jt lg the child of Radicansm, the fruit
apparently in good health. He was breakfosting of Radical robberies, the work of Radical
with his family, and while in the act of helping ,v: t, L .J. ;n.i mi!nn nA iiV tl
his little son, his head fell back, and before his xor& CuoliM swindle, ychjpt by some the
wifo'could reach him he was dead. gute debt having been illegally tncn'rred, by
Lrl1e Secretary of the treasury has revoked force and frand, and for corrupt purposes, It
the order calling in one hundred millions of should be blotted out, wpudioed, and he pov- , . ,
. nveiweuiies to oe paw just ui. oecauiw luir i rvjr f-vivivii jw w w5-" . . . .
. j it. . m.. I .j :. Tni v..AtuAnr.vi4itor fnrl uselessly exrjended in this way every
' she new loan are maue pavaois j ud am. mpvm, wui ! i , - i . i . . is
The colored men of Washington Qty, held a . ' . ha ktaw.i immi- Lu t: L : widows to the pension roll is more impor
..t.. W.7h l( rTrdino' i jilmn tTiir I H v - l suau uave to maite some arr&iiKvuicuk w
litUe fencing if each farmer was reqmred cuss w fa duty lo keep such things unto
io proicct uis ianp sgamst iu ravKgc t r.-"r? T- , I OtU. With viccinatlon, tbs per centage himselt.
bis.own stock only. But, besides keep- J"1 3unV f""' "" om5Qam of deaths from small pox! is only about When thou dost enter bis office, take
ion dost not look
inir fenced up necessary pasturage for bis V "S ""J I' S. 'vTl eight of the two per cent, who will take it. beed unto thyself that th
own stock, b. must also keen up a fence iT? a!Z? . 6th: 4 P" "b.o T Uying open or concerneth
v.T . i . , ., T S T VM""wr 7 -r; have bad small pox will have the second-1 tbe nor, for that ie not meet in sight of
around his entire place,' on either side of the late campaign.. We are heartily glad disease than those who have been good breeding.
every road that passes through his farm, imi ipese gentlemen can nooesMv oeciare y iccinJllea. That is to say, vaccinia is a Neither es amine thou the pro of sheet,
and around every field, to keep off bis l"cnj f uv ruKT Tu' , 1,w" better prevention of varioloid than small for it is not ready for thine eyes, that thou
wnsa wn a m nwnm v w na m a iiinn in ni-viss in b .
ii ill t r. .. - . : - i i i . m . - .
ia. xiamanizcu virus is more iiKciy 10 i i reier mine own town paper to any
stocK. it is nara w esumaie
. sMwaa w saasre
And the Baltimore Sun says : " The
late decision of the House of Repreaenta-
taut as indicative of a readiness to look !
take than the orijnnnl virus from the cow. I other, and subscribe for it immediatelr.
8th. Humanized virus, whether it takes Pay for it iu advance and it shall be
or not, does not produce such severe con I well, with thee and thine.
no objection to their aiding the Cubans.
think the Cubans entitled to sympathy apd ma
terial aid. Their struggle is for liberty and
indepeiidence, I .
MrKUlian of Gaston county, was killed by
a saw log rolling upon him.
( Davidson College has one hundred and eight
students In the regular classes.
'' CapL Juho C Brain is trying to establish an
Ice Manufactory at Charlotte, Is. C
repudlat!e Or be 8QPP,y l!fi Place of wood fcnceB wb not orer 1861 to 1812 than from any great ized Tjru8 0f S cow Tirns l$
. people' of the Uow t beneft. it oufer un the number of ier ,n iu protectiTe effects;
, 01 asmngvoo v.y, . - M haTe k,
inst, regarding Cuban affairs I . 'K ,natrv
and passed resolution that it was the duty of the I ""1 12 T"v "7 7
loredpeoDleoftheU.S.toaid Cuban patriots I T . V TT ' " T." :T"ir7
.hyVwbutmaterially. The mas. " KlSien Our own opinion is that the legislature persons in
meetini orders preliminary arrangements for a I0" 'li10 "T.- " kI-..--L.-M 'r.- cted by this action of the House. do geem
' --- ri ann in inwir nnnnrui mnL niuiiiuEr uie iraiiinif uuuiu iiul uiiiici s a cabci uaasBiascx. uuvu w. 11 . - i
National Convention to be held the 3d of March , . Tr . , ..1 7 , , , i . Al 11 now rau Blxv ye".,nco luo B1-
if colored oeoDle in Cuban interest. We have cb"n8 nd cWl way th burden lha,f T1 U,c tote than b PMluS law at once diers of that period bore arms in defence
9th. It is not proved that either human-
as ; primary cow I Uut the above out and put it in your
hat tor future; reference.
are certain individuals
do not seem sncceplible of variola.
1 1th. There are certain individuals who
do not seem susceptible of vaec'natioo
There is a ship now railing from Hoi
land, built in 1G58, when tbo Prince o
Orange was fighting Phillip II of Spain
She was sailipg to the Indies when the
Hollanders organized themselves into the
t4Beggars of the Sea," and as a privateers
In order to make
A off my re.
stock, I am com pelted to sel
vwr m . ri m
tnamtni wier owee eortsuunr f
BEADY MADE CLOTJIlNfJ, HATS
BOOTS. AND SHOES, in all of which
GREAT BARGAINS are givWi.
,Feb.g,tf V ( . ,j
The ondendrned has had SO y of exnerL
eae, and has qttalioed himself by careful Rtadr
in uam mn oi uimmms; iron iree. ana gralting.
He solicits orders ia this line of bosiocM. Cat
furaUh grafts of choice: Applet Pears, Cherriea.
aad Gages. " '
Orders iprompUy annrered If left at Foster &
norah's Store, Salinbory. I .
G. E. 1IUMF0RD.
I C v
w. . wm
jLGom vuTto rei stcctnurt
t.Mof Im,So jnr.Vat Vitf UjJUxtt
wlL TUXT m OCX, Ixiuni, Cavisii.
Fresh Garden sieds.fT
G K Barker A Co, J would mrriluI7y ar
txxmc that tbey havejunt received larnsvp
ply Fanai Qardci HEEce, of every vmristyi
irom LaiKirdh and Bulrt.
The public is inrilej to gite them a call si
their Drug Store on Main Street.
Jan. 1C if. ( j
at home under penalty of forfeiture. It
. ' ss a f . t a t
reoeaiiner all nreseut, tence laws ana re-1 ot toe country, ana tne numoer ox survii 10. u .uf ...11 .r.. 00 . : ' . . . .
tempted to fill upon the bones and muscles of I ' LAtviAl mtv vor. must be very small. But the money T " "l man "lea .fepuUtiop which astonished
O - ' " g' ' 1 m l l was is uv as a wa 1 as w ss w v wn 1 a" 1 jj
13th. A succeesfnl re-vaccination is no
individual re vaccinated
taken small pox.
parties. ! nere is too mucn money, wooa piay w uie oouiucm cumuiuuum, it cuu
and labor wasted in" keeping up fences J7 a jgificance which is of interest to
What say the farmers? We would be WUU1' f-t
the present and future generations. Cast off the
unclan thing I
.The President has approved the bill for eight
mr alnnnal !i I. 1
The funeral; ceremonies of the late Vica-Gen-
eral Starrs, took place at St. Patricks Cathedral,
.m.ll.al na i-f nf t K mittpr If I Via artinn
might bear hard npon some at first, but it of lhe may fegaraed as iudica- proof that the
would soon work to the advantage of all tjng a returning sense of jus.ice andair woum naYe t.
. . mi : 3 .1 :: :.
! The Ikfarauis of Lome presided at a meeting ted by Archbishop McCloskey, the funeral ora-
hld In London, on the 8th instant, bv the West lion was preached by Bishop Loughjin, of
County hishlanders. The Marquis deprecated Brooklyn, f
New York cltv. on the 10th inst. The church
, T i" ' l. m
was draped id lblack, and was crowded to almost glad to Lave an expression ot opinion
suflbcatum. Aj pontifical high mass was celebra-1 from theui.
LETl'ER FROM MISS IDA GREE
LEY TO JUDGE HAST.
Cottage Place, Jan. 29. 1873.
Dear Judge Hast: I am so much dis-
It is estimated that the profits for the
last ten years on the l, sewine machines
manufactured in this country amonnt to I tressed by the report of yesterday's pro
Even Beast Butler makes fliugs at the $200,000,000, and the estimated profits in eeediiigs at White Plains that I must
Mobilierites. In a discussion with Gar 1871. S20.000.000. In 1872 at least withdraw from a contest which oar oppo-
world. She passed the Cape cf Good
Hope in October, 18G4, from B itavia for
liolland, being then 201 years old. An
other old ship is the whaler Rosseau, one
of Stephen Girard's, built at PhikdelpbU
in 1802, and repaired recently at New
Bedfoi d. The planking was remored, the
first time in seventy years. The live oak
timbers underneath were found as sonnd
as they were' the day tbey were first put
Scottish emmigration. j He regretted to see I , dispatchlirom Cincinnati, Feb. 10 says the &eId tno olner day he said : MY bat, at- s.5venhundred thousand machines were nents are determined shall be waged over
Scotchmen leave the country, even to go tq i tow beat PaM reported as having struck a log. I toes; you 7 Wo. I have too much respeet made; and allowing that two hundred ray faibere grave; for not even to carry
Hox. Jamts Bkooes. It irems that
Hon. Jamrs Brooks, about whose compli
city with Crt-dit Mobilier fo much valoa
ble lndirnaiion was eipetided by the
" ftt -O" t r mm . . m k I . . I . - . HIVIi&UUiui WW S S V M IS SSUVT B V Y W
Glasgow, but was deeply grieved when they Captain wam uhon but was chilled to or a e ae mortma uU n181 Don- thousand of them were exported, the sev. out bis ast wishes can 1 permit a memo- thicvillg Rieals, purchased his. shares of
went to the United States. If, however, people death, and seven others were lost. i um e corapsnir. uuiusn nwreu v ibi . '"""' the stock before he became a meraW of
were determined to emmigrate, he hoped they
would stick to the old flag, and go the British
1 Two persons were killed and one hurt by the
caving of an excavation near Louisville, Ky,
Saturday last. r
The boilerlof Yates and Brothers' Agricul
tural Works, pavana, I1L, exploded on the 10th j
inst, killing both proprietors. I .
It is said that President Grant is shortly to
; make an. extended tour of the South. He did
this thing three or four years ago, returned I consistency in it.
The government of Turkey has sent assist I home, and published flattering reports concern-1 may be, we do not consider that any of his
ance to, the fcarthouafce suflerers on the island ing the poopl of the South ; but as soon as he
to,'. .wiJU nm Ttn1o . CXO.UUU.uuu lor uie nve nunarea tnousana, crawu. nn dcbi inanas 10 y ourseu, iur.
, J. , . ' $5,000,000 covering the cost of manufac- Neleou and Mr. Choate, for the very kind
man whose crimes m number almost equal turin ftnd patentfecl. r It ia wel known efrorts which yon have all made in behalf
the sands on the sea shore, throwing stones tnat (J,e gewingmaehino patents are about of myself and s'ster, I remain, with much
at the poor devils wbo have sold their J to expire, and there is a formidable combi-1 respct, very truly yours,
votes for monev. And vet there is some nation of interests at Washington to lobby
I.i ! K n ml
TTntfovnr haA Pnttor I lDe,r extension inrougn congress, a uere
w wa wa - . t
are aooui iwcoiyrnve sewiiig-inacu.ne
(Sigocd.) IDA F.
J ioin in the sentiments of this hi tor.
of Lam oa.
i found it necessary to promote his selfish . ends
to eat his words, he proceeded to do so with the
utmost gusto. I We hope that the Southern peo-
Late intelligence from the North of Spain
ays the Oar lints force which was defeated by
the Spanish troops at Aya has re-formed and is
'Wgaln ready to take the field. General Mori
voea, commander of the royal troops at Alaaque,
is spprehenstve of an attack by tbe Insurgent
which he fears he would not be able to resist,
and .urgently demands that reinforcements be
sent to him. General Olio, who commands 20,M Januaiy r 20th,fdoing great destruction.
companies in the United States, five of
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crimes aie equal in enormity to that ot a them manufacturing probably three-fourths
representative of the people selling his of all the machines produced. The norai
vote. These credit Mobilierites have nl capital of there twenty-five companies
r 1: 1- v- nnn rrn 1 :.. .J l:.:...
i t . .1 T"i . : I IB BDODl CU.VUU.UUV. BIJU 111 UUIIIliOIl lO
pie will not jd crazy over his visit. He has done J7 n re..c..ry, . . , , ,
nothing for them to demand their love and and it they get justic there is wber they a uy y on tUo various patents usrd
esteem. . Lt .him pasi through quietly, and will go. by the "tributary" companies, as thov aie
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wunoui any ringing oi oeiis or cupping oil uut w,n Consrress punish them and called. Wilmington Journal.
thus purge the body of those who have
i of this h'ttor.
(Signed,) OABBIELLE GREELEY.
Congress. IU share amounted to ut
thw : hen the people clccUd him to
Congress he translerml the slock to his
son-in-law Nfilson S 10,000 and XeiUon
subsi-qut-ntly repaid Mr. Brooks his outlay
(S10,000) ahd there the matter ended.
That is the head and front of all the
offi nding charged against the Democrats
COO Carlists, has defeated the government force 1 vessels were
near Devain the Province of Guipuicoa; and
now threatens to attack the troops under Gen;
; TJrgara.! ': ';-.. - ' - I
j A court at Liseux has sentenced nine persons
to a fiae and imprisonment for affiliating with
The Swiss Council of State, has stopped the
ked and lives lost.
A terrible Cyclone passed over Aspinwall, on brought shame and disgrace upon the
Manf conutry t We shall see.
For the Watchman.
ORIGIN OF THE TERM, "NULLI-
r7r Arroic Rock Tragedy - Tate of the
Men who tried to Fire a Toicn. The tel
egraph mentioned some tiuc ago an at
tempt to burn the lit lie town of Arrow
Rock, Missouri. We now grt the dra
matic and exciting particular: of the do
ings of the 44 fire fiends," fas they were
called, and the sndden exit of the le.ulcr
from the scene of his crime. The fires
were a mercantile venture. Being liquor
traders, the inccudiarirs wished to destroy
all competition. So the town was set on
So long snd favorably known tq the nubile, '
bas not Urti ckd, ax reported ; bet u null kcrt
KHiut iu-uaag i mcir OKI irkenoa anJ
me travelling putlje. paios via U sfisrad
n . k . l . . : i
Jan. IS Snioa. j
The Press, tynoj and fixtures of the
Tribune Office, formerly the lamitxtr
Of5ce, is off.-rrd for sale on iW&aAn&l.I
tTms. Apt4y to Ji J. Stewarti
Jan. 16 if. '
W'vm McMnrrav herel informa hef customer
and th public t nrral lr that abs baa reeaovctl .
oi:e dour V where; ahe fonuerlf vw, nd
ha mdded to ber well aelrcted atork of Millmerr, -all
kind- of ladies, fnmiahing good oaual) j kepi
in Millinery Storr. She willtw pleased to ksvs
the ladirt call on ber at ber new plav, and ex
amine bvr Mutk. oecjly lara,
To Fanaeraj Fertiliasrs.
1IAVIXO leconte agent for Jonlr McxaT
Mix Sl Vo Ikliimorr, for lhe a tjf their an
pvrior Anvifilated Ito!va.I 33on rertfl-
tt- t : ti ti ti i i xzer, i ouit uie rtme in anv qaaituea mrair-
JLghiray HUerv.-Yif karnM yr- ed. at oer ion. ea-dn-iw'nfVnM-X t i...
lernay ini one nay last weeK, wnile Mr. alrctlr JJ ten t'n. Thi Fcrtilitr baa bwi
V - 1
rj"vai t m a if av
a IUV LT'CVlUItCIVI
ru C'ontr. was ricimr tn the
cuH.itrj netir Columbia, S. (J-, ho w
affaukcil, knocked from his horse, and
robbed ol $200 in mooey. Mr. WiUou
arrivca in inarlotle yesterday and was
ulct u to his home on the States ville train.
These are fhe facts as we heard them
yesterday, j The Columbia Union, how
ever, states that Mr. t ilson was thrown
There is another report from Washington
tnai tne so-caiiea is.u-is.iiix are to be par
doned ; but that all new cases will be punished 1
with the utmost severity of the law.
Bankrupt notices have been coming in so ra
pidly recently, that we begin to fear that we
shall really have to eo into bankruDtcv ouraelf.
WW t 1 tfST I m n m m m I w v
uerscnei vJOunson, oi ueorgia, nas been The business has grown to considerable magni
elected a Judge.
tude, if we are to judge from the long list of
a. f . ii v . I
. toreigner travelling; in mis country t0 ensare tbe destruction of obnoxious
about tool remarks:
"The term "NuVifier which, like the
word ' "Radical" in Kugland has now
grown into common use, was first adopted
by the members from South Carolina, in
Congress about two years aero : the doc-
I - ? t .1 . V ll. ' - 1. I Pkarlu ThiitMi. h.a ;H I . iL. If 1 W " I ....
i . . . . ' . . . . r 1 1. . u . i t . . r r trine tnev protess was Droactied about the k-i ti . r .
ttiMl tntt tintinthAriuwl mtwl nirif tftBKIiBnin I lO IDB JuVSierV OI J!ilWin ArOOu LAirofl?h Ilia I noLli?tVLhi! flrllnwincr nsnriAa fvtkm Kwn imnn. I . " . .... . . uni ucr. J. lie unuirs vi " -
fire at such places as would U most likely b L'u Lo an pron0Qnce8 the robbery
to ensure the destruction of obnoxious nxrt untruft. WV have our version of ih
1 - j i ,
The men engaged were tbo landlords
of a tavern outside of the limits of the
town the accommodations being repre
sented by a email stove, a couple of stools,
some loose boxes, a card table a negro
I story from !a gentleman
altogether rvluble. Char.
whom we deem
A separats bishopric for Geneva. The Coofer
enos at Basle, has determined to establish S
rrand bishopric of dissidents from Borne,
. , The rule in counting the votes of the Elec
. ioral College, in Joint convention of Congress, is
that; upon objection to any vote, the Senate
hall repalf to ' its chamber, and each House
. stall consider the question. Unlaw the House
concur the vote shall not be counted. It is un
der this rule that the vote of Lousiana will
I probably be thrown out j j
1 i A telegram from Washington, dated Februa
ry 9, sajs some important movements ef troops
" Medium " in Vermont, But if it is no better
than the part he wrote before his taking off, it
is hardly worth while for any one to gb into
ecstacies over it.
KingAmadtus of Spain has abdicated and
the Kingdom has passed into a Republic by a
large vote of the Spanish Cortes.
r ' j MARKETS.
New York. jFeb. 12. Stocks active i weak
Gold steady,' 14, Money tight, l-32al-16per
cent. Exchage long Q 3-8; short JO 14. j
Governuieut3 dull ; steady. State bonds dull.
Cotton weak, sales 673 ; uplands 21 ;
the advertisements in the Statesville American :
same time. A nullifier is a person who
holds that the federal constitution is mero-
ot 1 a vi : ii. tri .i x
!n'Ji:- ..i . i i ..t . iirit:ausi r mur eieauy. rv neai uuh. i
-roareu oy uie w ar ipartmem, Corn quiet polk $U 5Q ye and that paper are reaping a rich harvest,
i cuc wnicu wm vw w iaaa irom ine favo buyers; ; western steam 8 3-lSa8 if no one else is.
JHaies oi n-emucay, worm ana aoutn tjaroiina, 4 Turpentine favors buyers 67 l-2a68
Alabama and Tennessee, the great portion of j Bosin quiet $3 G5 strained. Freights quiet.
the United States military foices stationed In
J. A. H. Lippard, Wilson Trott. Joseph us Ir a cbmnact or lea&rue between the several
W. Hall Newberry F. Hall Joseph Blackwell, bUlcs ; and that each state has a right to
George H. Gheen, James B. Gibson. Thomas j j 1 1 . if
a Watson. D. B. Wood, Phillip Owens, Tv. ecule for itself concerning the infractions
Wiseman. of that league by the federal government,
From Davie county, we notice J. W. Naylor, and to nullify or declare void an act ot
John Bailey, Caleb Bowden, J. B. Ellis. the federal Congress within its limits."
Burke county. Thomas J. Hallyb.rton, Jos. UsO of the term, "rcitr," as applied to
Bnttain, and Lh P. Moore. 1 j ttrrn j vv j
Henry M. Rhine, Robert Rutledge and J. S. Cfked meat8j "Tl'e. Wo.ri r?rJ', "I !
Wells, of Gaston county ; J. H. Forney and E. that ' ud which is given by Johnson,
D. Hawkins, of Rutherfordton ; Mills Higgina, on the authority of Drydon, is no doubt
of McDowell. one of many which have retained in A mer-
The above is a pretty respectable list for one meaning iu which they are not now
issue of the American, and shows that the law- U8cd ,n England, but which was doubtless
were Coiner, Swimey and fclder. Coiner
was first arrested. He was honnd, but
strnggled desperately, and at one time
tore the rope from his hands and tbo ban-
daze off his eyes, but was brought to
to terms by a grip on his throat that bro't
him to his knees. The effect was to ex
tort a full confession. '
Swimey was then captured, and m.ireb
cd to the ice bound river. An open place
was eut through the ice. He was thrown
in three times, and three limes drawn out,
still refusing to confess. By way of va
a v . .
riety, XjMvt, lne negro, was strung pp
FEDERAL AID FOR THE SOUTH.
those Stoics snd to locate them at other points
where the interests of the government may re
quire their presence. It ia learned that there
are no troops now under . ordem for service In
Ptah and Idaho, and it does not apoear that the
department Immediately contemplates sending
rwl Invrprrri thrno timra Hp. tno. waa
carried oyer the Atlantic by the settlers a pap cxpregiM it, " as stubbum as
ot a nunarea years ago. icontess that 1 a muie.' Then these two ; worties were
was for some tnuo in error. 1 beard every confronted with Coiner, wh; had acknow
one around me giving order that his meat hedged all, " the three glared at each oth
SUOUld DC "rare, ana 1 thGUglli It a mis- P likr wild ni.imala." t'oiiier and Klder
rh Nnrthrn nanra a -t pronunciation ot tue word rrare
. j .i . I last edition of Webster says : ' This word
At Night. Here is one of Thackerar.'s
pliasant tonclw s : ' It is night now, and
here is horuc Gathered under the quiet
roof, elders and children lie alike at rest.
In 'he midst of a grrat peace And calm,
lhe stars look out from the henveus. The
sileuce is pimpled with the past ; sorrow
ful rumors for sins and shortcomings, me
mories of passionate joys and grief me
out of their graves, both now alike calm
and sad. Eyes, as I shut mine, look at
me, that hive long ceased to shine. The
town and the fair landscape sleep under
the starlight, wrcaihrd in the Autumu
a ' a
mists, x wmaiing among the houses, a
light keeps watch, heieand there, iu what
may be a; sick cbsmlxr or two. I he
clock tolls'sweetly in the silent air. Here
is uigbt and rest. An awful sense of
thanks makes the heart swell, aud the
head bow, as I p.t.s to my room through
tbe sleeping bouse, and feel as though
hushed blessing were upon it."
IMn.valltf IffnMM.A m I.I. - A. .
kcucimii iwuicrgcu iriiu uie IIODOrianCO I ... . 1 IT'. 1 o . .
0 lujimi wiivs 1 . , .Ammnn I1MO in IhA lliiilori Ktsla
A short tfme since tho Wtlmiugton to the whole nation of putting the South- hnt it ia not. at nresent. in rood usa in
r !.. .k . i il . . . . I Zl . " ' ' " o -
journal suggstea tno toimation of a Stale I era states on tbeir lees again, financially. 1 Eueland." I
w-. . j'. ... .- i 'i
1'ress Association ; and it is gratifying I as speedily as possible ; and the' pleas
auy in addition to the ibrees of the government tbat the suggestion has met with much lantly startling proposition for an issue of
already serving in proximity? to the Mormon I favor from the newspaper men of the Statr, one hundred million dollars of bonds by
country,;! A regiment wiU'BOon be sUUond The matter is one of much importance the Federal Government in aid of th
a on iua w uranaii v account 01 tne iron- and wj jXLa good
uo step backward
he will now
For the Watchman.
Mansers. An Englishman, some
years ago, visiting this country remarks :
were then irnt to ail. Swimey still
remained. Silently the spectators drew
1. .1 .a
lots, and nve men separatea irom the
cowd, took Swimey in their midst, and
.w a. - m wa
departea. At dawn he was louud hang
ing in tbe woods dead.
hies in that seeuoa, and in other parts of the
Couth they will be gradually withdrawn. '
' 1. . j-. t
, An adjourned meeting of the survivors of the
Utxicao war held at Pittsburg, pa, on the 8th
Inatailt, and a memoaial to Congress was sp-N
proved which sets forth that almost a genera
tion has .now passed sines the conquering col
iMuo dictated an honorable peace with Mexico,
and but few of the men who participated in that
war are left to ask bouuty of the government.
That in f lew of th benefit derived by the na
tion through the acquisition of California and
Iff ew Mexico, they ask Congress to grant a pen
sion' comDssnMarate with this results springing
from their services and achievements. That as
these provinces were acquired from Mexico for
tbe sum of $15,000,000 added to the cost of the
war, and that heritage was fcogb t for by private
soldiers st seven dollars a month, thsy appeal
to Congress to remember them in their declin
It Is said that His Majesty, King Amadeua,
tjttoftin, manifastsa diKpoaition to abdicate the
Crown. The people of Spain oagU never to
hart allowed him to be crowned King of that
too much governed country.
The Geneva. Grand Council has decided a
gninst the complets separation ui Church and
''-The Rev. A. W. Mangum, of Baleigh Is stil
dnable to perform bis pastoral duties. ; .
Gorernor Smith, . of Georgia jent a message
tt the Lsglalature nf that State last Moftd to
tin x&iiihixt ijrb jwUlion fit hundced and six
A COLORED WEST POINT CADET
Cadet Samuel Gibbs, colored, son of
the Secretary of State of Florida, with
drew from West Point on Monday.
im 1 u DDI waa innointM m. rnjfi in
1 he following, taken from tho Weekly Mar. 1872. bv a eoWd
Herald, published at Grand Haven, not examination, and entered the Academy in
uiiiy answers iuc uulsuuii, uuh coaciu
ti-d in I to wan and Ifdll, and (ruTod to be
the bt ret trie.!. i
O.-dr lrft at lne Store of Mock A Brown
ill rcerire prorni altrntion.
Ifnopd E. A. ntorsT.
Br virtue of a Decree of UeSan-ior t'onn
Howan CVHinlr. I will ofTer for Sale at iLh
auction, at the Cuirt-lfciic door in'KalwlMiry,
n aaxaraay, uie nrsx aay 01 xebnr- ;
ry XText, the foiloaig Tracu U Land, to
wit : line Tract onntaininir atmut I
SOU AC It EH,
lying on the YjulViffTviTer. adjoinint Uie lands
of the heirs of WiirtamTocke. dee'd-and of JoA
II. Jenkins, dec'tL, and ImmediaU-ly bn the line
of the N C K ft. Alau, one other Tract eooUia-
ing nbuttt 40 3-4 Acres. Sitnits on the
Sosih Yadkin River, adioinia ik Unda of
Lewis Correll and Peter W. Ilainion. SaM
Uraia belong to the Heir of Jacob CorrHl decd.
fb?" Terrua, ooe-ihird Cah, one-third Is air
month, and Uie rcmaiader in tweltf nxmlhs,
witli rnd and aptroved!wciiriiy. Title reaerv
ed nnlil the purchase monev ia paid.)
JOHN A. HOYDEN, ComV.
January 11th 1873. ' J
At the aame tiros and place I wdl sell the
wiJow'a IXjwcr in tbe above 303 acres of land.'
So as to give the purcliaacr an oaisenmbered
title to the whole tract. I
J n. 22 tf. j J. A BORDEN.
ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 I.
move will take South Seem, to be very generally regard th Juristic of the Americans : and 173;" CT. vlik. i! J POe U est Point
. , A the ; Wilmiriston with favor. Forney. Philadelphia Press th.uk that tbn is ereat tmth in the. re- VUt. 7 ZZ.Z:' -uulZ " e wituarawal. lie
: jii ball in motion, we hope I in discussing the matter says'' mark ; but 1 do uot like it when it is so Gulf at Pensacola: President Bennett closed about a week Zo snd whfeh'i.rovl)
designate a time and place of "The financUl condition of the Southern Wry c?mmnu't r-Unfarmu us that be has secured a loan death to the military aspirations ofCad-t
we have no doubt will be SlaWs is now a more serious problem tban c 3 , V .1 7? . i o ' 8umcient to construct and camp tbe rail Qibbs, are j represented to have been nn-
i their political eonditien. The war of course. umVT w" ' ' HV". 0,lCBt road he lias sometime been. laboring at.
generally approved by the fraternity!.
COUNTRY fiDITORS, ATTENTION.
r w" " - a w. V. V. W M B w. .. . . . ... . . I
left them impoverished and burdened with wilhout observiag inrttviflnals l do notjfroin Grand Haven through Ohio via Co-
laeD. 11 was oxpecieo mat tnev would ran I say many 1 wno woum utiuvhiit t; ocen 1 lumbus 011 to IJ neinnAti snd 1 inr h.
... . .-...! - : ' 7 . . . .. I - " "
idly recuperate, out instead tbe indebtedness very sorry to have been tliouiii guilty of Pensacola, Florida, conwrct.pir the best
i . t . I . , . 1.1 i.
ui ludt nas swoieu mountain nign, repuaia I any
uon or uauarupicy aremeoniy alternatives, whfn itho
The first is now seriously considered bv some I 2r ti m 1.
of these Commonwealths, and may be resort-1 !a".'; i . . ,
iruprouriety, putting tkew hats on
seryicc was over, in the very
trTn, W rUnU ,T.!J eousWered a. part of the national manners,
i to ni less some plan is devised by whieh , , 1T r. . s . i . ,
in may be averted. In Virginia the State Bat in the United Suts there is no stand
lable topay its millions of bonds, proposes Iu .manners their political ludepen-
There is mora than una way of kil
eat. and more than one way of striking at
tbe liberties of the people. It is unfortunate
ly, not generally known, that Secretary I rum
mm, Miiwiut i nnjtniA in rMT lta mtllinna nt lwtnls. nr.imua
scheme (TOou Congress, which, if success-1 a :L drnrn la fltnt imi-a StnnurriTitilil w idi'titi
... -,. w. . . , . . . - i I fc" us luauiauw IHWUCM, UU IU I --."....- f f J
fill W III .iiBlllt In Avtwnln Half 3 I a . . . i. . . . . . . m . . ' .
... wre...uM..s " I ery part or tbe lately insurrectionary section. I ned witn independence ot D navior tbat
o-thirds, of e newspapers in theUJnited poverty, procures for individuals an unfavorable
ouner u a pruuwiuun - ui require bii I .irrrtrtMiil nM.n lnti... . .t - i .1 jui.: : i
.o- .,KY;;..;o .v- I r opiniUO ui wuicn uie im-n anu.iiieir minus
UKPWi ? Lcaiwa uaipujBuviB aa uiruai SixaiT uihubkc i t.aiA as Kah mm il. r 1 1 . a
KuUail & . ri . 6R. z . . I are alilt
r- w. 1 eiai ijovernment come to tne reliet of these
office eharees now Dald bv each subscriber;! ., i r . u-i- j :. s i.:.
J . ! I WHIK9I BUI UIUO HIVIMTU Ik IU UU ... .
and Isymg tbe- burden upon the publisher. J cent Speech on the eorriipUons of Southern PtSM?n,,tD inclination to nave the hats,
i nere are Yery jew newspapers, oui 01 we politics and business men in all the great "owis, cioats, gloves occ, anjusieu auo
cities, which cOpld bear the expense. This J trade centres eordially approve it. The debt I n readiness for egress, while the bei-edic-
isascwroein viaWon 01 we spmi onus of North Carolina is $30,000,000, Sooth Car- J tion is pronouncing This is very irrever
constitution, wtblcb . guarantees the freedom, oIa $16,000,000., Virginia, $47.000, 000, eut and uiiheeoming. ,
o( the preM.ngton Caucasian. ; Georeia. $10,500,000. Miasissioni.5.000.. W ilit . rAn.
ml!' a 1 1 I nnrw r .. aas nnn rvs w as I ; o o i r
Honey sbatrs are trying to govern tbe ' 1,wu', ,orMUU, I man, after the service was bomph iely
harbor ou Lake Michigan with the best
harbor on the Gulf of Mexico. The loan
also iurludes sufficient to construct a line
of ocean steamers, connecting the trains
by direct route to Uuba.
I are at iite nnworttav.
Theie is too often in many pf onr con
Trial of the Plymouth Mail RoUbcrs.
It will be remembered that the post office
at flymoutu was robbed by some person
or persons on the night of January. 15th.
Since which time, Col. T. B. Long, the
usually severe and searching and about
twenty of tho backward young men wen
foud, which implies that they ai e deficient
in marks, and foiled to pus an examina
tion. In other words, when a eadct is
' found,' he is lost to the Academy, and
returns to civil life." The same corres
pondent slates that, while Gibbs was not
maltreated! he, with 8milb, the other col
ored cdel was completely ostracised, so
cially, by t,he otbr cidtls.
No story of heathen mytltoht&y (kts
writter iu App'o's Jiwrnal). whieh tells
n tint i aii8irmaiiin ! nnmau or eI-stial
u. : -.1 . .t
r- l r. . '.i rt w'K" iiiii I'wuu ir irrt-a. arc ro itriau
gou .ur onn Carolina, fo, a, .hal 0- is w,eh ,h.vorth Anian
nas Deen on me iracx oi tne onendersw Indian- ivihi i.riiu t.f tlir -t.t,K
. i a m t . n- - r " aw --- 1 " -
r rioay nteni last, ioi. Lour caused to be is. iu aub..isur. tbat a b. antiul drt. nor.
arrested Gray Griffith, Joseph Griffith, J. J sued by a river gl. took rfugs atiKiug the
tr. Usbome, V lilt Ilallis sud John A len ireeils, tw iainir thnn sbnt her to bide
who were duly tried before U. S. Com- hen-flf. upon wbieh hr slender trni was
missioner. Wm. Atkinson, at Plvmnmb chantrM inf.. a rae-iui sta.lt. ht-r tnaa into
nnnnnn t . j i . 1 r r I ir ,f ...... . 'I mllr.wh.tMikt.nilii.aiiJ kiva.lv. fl..uti. hair
, a -w w - a - - . ava a.Ma -- . w a 1 - ... - - - a awr w a a a. mm 1111 laaaa a 1 1 . r .anai aw w . .
this plan suggested is that Coneress authorise f" ".7 lUB QOl f.'"?r A fn, At" a',. X'T J 1U beudi.g sulk of In
oynisiside, said, "flou t do
r- ti . . v i i I UMkVCO VI CaMJa.AAf .UUU,
everything;" now-adays. And ' this I plan soeeested is that
I.- Li.. :J.iilthai8aii nf tim fYWflYl nf KnnJ. liw thm OJ nlSj Side, 8a
,o- o .uFf e.. cou.ry w y ns awwn would not do that.'
tnailA tiA 4 am K 4ha : swa4aawAavw mm 9-Awmm. 1 . I
. . w I "? . 8u,taw restrictions, among tbe Southern
olixing the business, f Rings arid MoAotv V1 Jiabilitiea eontrwted since fNapoleon IV," is tall, slimed of nn- fiee, were bound over in Je;sum of $2,
ii w . l nrip inv vnrtft Ar-mrnrnsi imnmrarnAnt h i iirruuBar-asinp' innraranrj?
j ' 1 ' m rw ' ' '-'V 1 IS I w T es;sassvr (wpvi vauM v w w j " Z " 9 T IT
oJiesase the childron of lUdiwItsta. t jAIl i their respective Sute governmeou.M Eitherlittlo attention to dress, a
are the cwuoiesoj Uo pcouJc. . 1 ; jthia or sojjjy other iueasuje nuwt pe adopted I pass for a JivbfSiV,
pcu ...r fcUC ue..uni.,fni tne prose- ji.n .n, . ,hatt afu.n u th. rottUj
canon was conauciea oy jonn a Moore, nf A wavinr corn field, red man eoaU hear
Jbsq, and uoi. Jing. X be two Griffiths, the starring of a company of timid girls,
one of whom was a clerk in:tbeposl of-1 1 - i tmm,
fiee, were bound over tn the sum of $2.-1 The oldVst member of Queen Yietoria'a
ww 9 ' I . a a r . m. c w -
tee. pays very auu to appear oetore tne Spring Term of Priyy Council is Lord St. Leonards' aged
i, and would easily, tbe United States District rort. - 91 ; the youtifffst. Prince Arthur, affed
Beliable Gift Diatribe doo In lbs
Z2T VAXTTASLS QHTfl !
TO BE DISTEIBCTID
L. D. SliMfs'S
I FT JuNTERPHISE,
To be drawn Modt Marck 2U, 1873
ONE GlfAND CAPITAL PljlZE.
$10,000 its Gold:
One Prizo $5,000 in Silver!
Firs iwliMi tLOOOl
Mve nir lXX resell JS U Ut.. liACSwO. !
Ten prise- $100 J i
Two Family QxrrUtr ttmd JJafekett lUmt jmkk
MrerXwUd Umuml worth 100 eaeS
Trj Unrie. Horses, kit. Wtnih 3n0elif -
each ! Teu Family SwiSg Maebinrs. wwrtlj .
1500 Gold oad SJwer htetr Hunting Walekft
wvrtk from $tJ0 IS $J00 euch t
Gold Chains Silver ware. Jewelry Ae Ac, ,
Whole umber Gifts, 10,0 0Q ..
Tiekets Limited to 50,000.
AGENTS WASTE!) u SdliTickeU
to whom Liberal Premiums wilj be paid. ;
8inr1 Tickru $2: fclx Tkkeu $10; Twelvf j
Tickeu520i Twentyve TkkeUtiO j
Circulars containing a full! lit of prlaea, ifc
scription of thsroaaoerof drawinj and other !
iniormaUon In reference )o the PiatribwtJan, j
will be sent to sny one ordsrinc tbeni All lev
Cera moat be addreaaed to i - J
t K CTVP M
KAI A ur rut,
101 W. Fifth St.