AV A -
up u aj..m
:-' ' - . I
I be Public Treasurer to borrow $140,000
toatrpply, a temporary deceit. IUtifie4
3rd M-rch; 1673. r : A X.a
33i7. An net to amend sections 31 anq
-t8 so that they shall conform to section;
1:8 of the school bill, ratified February
; 22Gil4 1873. ' A mere verbal atncndineut.
MAYS AJtD fcOMttENT.
j 1 . ..,
ture was stored in bis brothers house and was
WU.UVW. .; ; . t S .1 r. 1. r . ' I " ' 1 . .. 1 . ... ... 1 i
lilt ! Just
25, say i Gen. Gordon Senator from Georgia, I think how the centrv of the creen bajr smile
was called to the chair Unlay and presided; over at ' the sagestiori 1 . . . . NaT, but there is a
the Senate for a ahorttive. This courtesy was bettet way, infinitely better. What will you
.j. i .ii i t. x-,a. ... vlto eive Untards daing the ieorl t It is an op-
MICUUCU IU U1IU UT 1 iWl miunil ; It ovu. -' - . 11 T a!
. ... a I ... ! . . - . .1 I " -' i r - - J J - r
Henry - W. Connbr, of Charlotte ; N. (X, called to preside over the senate, LAnem-ij familiea,;and to: the poor of the community
practical answer, - It is in the power of the admission to witness the execution, sloml FPFCTT
Courts to iabate public nuisances. What will j maa0 teir exu frera tbetcciie. . r. ' f ULj5U 4w'i
Uat.fied tho 3rd of Jilarcb. 1873
'338 r An act to establish a public ferry
Hcross the YadUn riFer. The company died in Iltimore aliwdays ago: He hadbeen 'GenI Whittlesey, formerly of the Freedman's in which you lire, if, indeed, the pond is
mayiauthoriaehe ferry, and wken onenl doing business at Bellies? Foard, but Vecentl Barulias Mn taken to an Insane asylum. - the fruitful source of the iUs complained of
..,1 J --.l.i:l.- .n ot:fi.,f oA . . . ' ' - , i t . What will you tnvp.l A kraf word! A
X'arlh73 T ause in Charlie and was on ms th n Rnd
59 j An act to change the time of hold- taken with Pneumonia, whicU resulted as aboye qq qq
1'ig the terms of the Superior Courts i iji ,uted.T HU father fjnaexly represented his dis- The fie
i no counties comprising me iuio joaicmi i trit in Cnntrre. J
m : r.::.s j.i. r-.T , v
i - . -.. I , i uvubc aim uincr uuuuiuh, at xiuiirs. iam i guns tubiiuus, anu acnuiouiuuo nuius.
I - - - I But cheerily and nobly respond with a deed
fieaviwtBnowjtorm of the season extend- oiJ onhe pa?es oi iuis uwi
js, t . .i . t. . 1... booK. vno says iieinl . It is ajnxxi wonu
1)'U rit. Trm inmmpn.m.itl.n.ii. 7 "T J. .. . 1 u " .fU4 " " Let the will and the deed iro together. A
. " . " - - - : I VVa uaa it Mrl iMt ITf.ijh mm I h.l I rp i I '
k - . ... VIE BCB M h BLaLCU 1 B LIID Akm.dBfKa XlbH . M 1 1 IM 1 S W 1
i.. r. i. t .. n i i : ,r . o : j
i . V i f Phillin S . W hite lhi orrtiat lmiwrani lAi-turpr.
focptcmber, and the oil.tr counties regit- ?i . . . . . , . t
I irljfs thereafter, alio whig as now - two v' " iT I "
' There has been ho chance
VAi OF SPR1XG AXD
aii mauer i iiin-n:ik mucmnir me. i . i j . i
aisiory 01 iuis nnionunaie man we giTe
the following. s: "
TUE STORY OF TIIK CRIME.
On the rn"niing of Friday, i 29, April,
1871. New York W arned that dun ot her
eitizftis Avery 1). Putnam by name bad
been i ru My mm dered the previous evenu g
while ult(-uipimg to protect two ladies
frum the insults of a drunken ruffian. Mr.
I'iit iara bi forc be died made nil aiitronr
t-m sta'eraeut in which be nil rated the t leal to infoi-tri their many frierKU an J the
A despatch from New York of the 24th inst. appeals to' all for aid- for its promotion. A
L"- i says: Airn.f osier wiieoi itnam foster wno was t v ,
question? I unn tnr th mnrA&rnt- A 4rV'-'; Ti. Pot- P b The drainage of this pond
f f t .J. ,4 , ' ... . -is a casein point, and it is nothing but right
in the Englul nam, i4bel evedtobedymg. A consultation of L. t .5" 0-Mnprt lip nrfitt4 f romitshould
aid in performing the work.
March 24th, 1873.
lift An art to nrovidp n cmtral idale I Cabinet yet. It injw slated that Gladstone ha doctors is to be held thia aAernoon.
f. ,r IcomDarinsr! tka - j lect Io:i retuins hi consented td contintie id office as Premier.
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llriinnwii-lt roiiutv. 'l iioomi aie-i six stores, rost omceL and twenty dweiunca L-r, nt ni.isu touay tne u oi cap
Keetbams j" the place, iu Town Creek in Lake City, Chaiot ioiiuty, Arkansas, were tious lo the laws and resolutions passed END OF THE CAR-HOOK
by the recent st ssion of the Legislature. I iTIURDCREK
If VKurp tn inrli'o trnm llim tli r Vi nr r
ter of tbej Lfgielature, we would say it is yf.
a real piddliug concern. There was bnt Scenes and Incidents of the Execu
little done other than of a local and per
sonaii character. - There was no measure
vivivn.l.in , Tf .ilfi.wl M.1.' lft7i I I tU. oA.iJ;n.ii t.
341 An aet to ameud section 29, chap
Mr. John M. WaUonL' formerly of the Char-
I '4orj2 1 3f public Laws vbf 187 l-'72i JLd lotte 06erwr, has tkkeij charge of the local and
f suinistratious grankd prior to the law pf business department of the Rock Hill, (S. C.)
1 869! to bo Bettied according to the pro- I Lantern.
ikious of the old law. lUtified 3rd March,
342 An act io amend an act to provide
nor iuo paying ou anu construction oi a
'puuiic uiguway in me couuiiea oi xjurtie
The Passenger depot and ferry house of the
Erie Railroad at Jersey city, have been burned.
John Lewis Baker, the well known actor, is
dead. ' I
of gonerar interest, or of general relief,
I I I such: as the people expected, if we except
Gen. Sickles, the great unwaged, sent a llltJ Kevtime Act and what was attempted
MtiAr WtrifU naaacH nt upsftioil nf the
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jUeneral Assembly 187 1-'72. Gives furib- telegram from Madrid March 22nd, instant, to ior ;ne penent ot public schools. Ve
ir tirao to carry out the provisious of the Secretary tisu to tina; efiectt iiumeoiate em- could not give tho procecdiucrs of the
jacit. Ratified 3rd llarcb, J873. . J ancipation law fot; Turto Ricoipassed to night K,g1jatqre whjje jn 8fggion eo we uave
: m I - I Y1.L. .L.I .:.!. ! . V . I I , .
ixf nnimmnua t. iiresienmnsiiuui iu me aucui- -i .1 1 .
, v. j - -. 1 n-ivcii me cannons mat our ronnra mitrnr
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. iuiv. AU bwi m irycai iuhuki 'wit
imblic laws of 1871 and 1872- Tbe act bly.
repealed, allowed the exchange of State! Caldwell: the briber" has sent in his resiima-
Atocks for bonds RaUfiedd March, 1873. tion as Senator from Kansas, to prevent being
344 An act for the relief of tbe Sheriff! kicked out by that body of innocents.
And Tax Collector of the county of Fbr
ytbe. Permits him to collect arrears of
faxes for the years 1870-,l-'2. Ratified
3d March, 1S73. !
i 345 An act concerning the ratification
.of the laws of the present session of the
General Asecmbly. Acts with no ratiti.
cation clause to be in force from and after
lliirty days afier the 3d March, 1873.
Kaiified 3d March, 1873. i
346 An act to authorize tbe Western
March the 22nd insjanl was the birth day of
Emperor W'illiani of
holiday, and the toadies, boot-licks, and Para-
eites illuminated. Tl
The Pope of Rfrne
know what was done. Whether our
readers will thank us for deins: so. is
rather doubtful. If we could recall what
we have 'done, we would.
Prusia, and Berlin had a
SALE OF BONDS.
e Emperor is seventy six
Oiv Friday last $39,000 of the Flint Mortcnee
Bunds of the Western 2i. C. Railroad Company
were Hold bv the Treasurer of the' liorth Caro-
has appointed two Bwhops I Jina Railroad ut public miction, brought 1 1 cents
JTistorg of Hit '2lurdc.
ill , ,
j BT TELKGRATII T6 Til E SKXIXEL".
THE DAY 13EFCRE tllE EXECU
i TION. . I
jj . New York, Mareb, 20.
HOW HE SPEXT TIIK DAf .
Foster passed the day quiwly and re
muincd during the greater part ufklie time
in, his cell. - 1,
2 HEARS OF TIIE "FIJTAL EFFORT TO
He bcaid early in the day of the final
effort of his counsel to prevent, na h-gal
tevlmicalities, the execution to niorrpw and
his hopes revived.
.THE SEWS OF ITS FAILUEeI
vm receiviisff in nueiKcrenco taat the
for the United States! Very Rev. M. A. Corn- u dollar. On Saturday 20,000 dollars of had proved Vziui he beai.De v.try
- .,.....1. A xr u r the same JJonds
ca!i I A ,.A , A i,..., 1,; ... I.; .
" r XT V I t f1 I juvii'o uc mm nk iiuii- uiivik'ii in i u i tn hiiu iiuiig uiii urau 1111 uw ifii-nt,
i fu,iJw;.u'-ululX I 'his Ciiy and brought only five centsin the doN ad desired that i.o one would spfak to
lus' I lua iinrk'l lL libA llin I - 1 1 1 1 hU.aH I.- .... k.
.... ...f;.v.. . v .vs.alUiC t't lit ill excent his w lie. ' I
We see it state thkt Mrs. Brown, widow of U..;credi iiai rwad muci.. , .T1.T.
Ilis wife had fainted uii healing if the
. ltailroad Coinuanv to issue bonds. Mav th late Swift BrOwnfwho was killed by accident The state bonds would sell for verv lit
. . . r . . 4 i .i -w r- n 'i it ..r. . t i i jiih witf iiuu 14IHIC-U uii iieuiiiiir wi i ne
issue coupon bonds and secure their pay, on ... i yean, ago, no Inoref and vet, llierc are gome ,e f , of , , fc Q , rec.iverv,
ukani V.U mArtff.iu nt' tUa rA it I sued the romnanV for S10.000 daiua'ea. I . . . . " I . .
Circumstances Ul MIC Bicau l; IUU ICClJJ putMtc pnnwn "i v n nvw iu mxiii i
nized William Foster as tie person who ajar and welllertiJ &cick. (inf in
cimmitted the tow. nUy attack np biiu tlFJS?
J i t- i i Shoes, IlarlwaiVi Jiine and IUmns l'owder,
Hie facta of the case as published at iwbs. 1VU and Dve SiiifT. Thev kern nn-
Btanllr onlianJs the B4 Anchor Bjiilinz (lotlm
the tiraeJ wers as follows,: At 11 Istantlv
o'clock oil Wednesday otehu Mr. Put- I and are Aircnl for the best french Rnrr miil
nam, a tn -reliant doing business kt No. Nones' iney are aiso agenu ior trie d rer
68. lVa l .tn et, and nsidia- at No. u,'rc "
, ' ,. " - ' . "P. and see them at the old and w known Mand,
3 CoHeire rlace, accompanied by Mme. v i f.,r,.KriirnlLn it,,. -.f.,r-.u..hin
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SalUburv N. C. 'March 2ft-3mos.
. S i
AHMSTRONG, CATOR k CO. j
Impoiters, Manufacturer! and Jobjerfl !
Csaifl. IrlaBsatat. Xtt il ftsik KlVvW,
Bonnet Sills, SaLm, Vdkts and Crapcit
Miiw SssaeU aa Lsclss aak CkUirras'i IUU
tcimmcd axd cxtaiXEn. I
axd ix cussonio irAXimooKs!
. IVaH .tn-et, and residia- at No. u,'rc,a "
,. 1- . ' . r . and Me them at the uld
College rlace, accompanied by Mme. Sol i Mnn.hr'sUnuiite
uuval, uioaisie oi io. uronu way, i elsewhere.
and her j daughter, entered car Po. 40
of Bioadway and Seventh nvtMiue line,
to ride up town. Mr. l'utnqui and th
ladies took weals io the forward Dart of I The Creditor if the Estate of Robert EUi.
tbe car, nhd at Sixleetb,street:Foeter, and a hervbr notified and required, to ,we th-ir
j I. -r .i j it.r- . 1 debt rs. aaid rvate, by the Sih day of April.
TP(, mUr , . . v " V 1S73, or they will be excluded from the Admin-
plattorm. lie men siareu pjr-i3ienuy at Hmrton aa-ount lo I stated I
Miss Duyal.l and us fhe paid no atti ntmn I thereof made to
lo him, lib opened tbe front door and look-1 County, in April
ii rK C4ors. livos. tartaiorxiw
rrs, XtU, CUIart, &t, .nlrrAs, Try
Head Ads. L4 j . I
Xos. 237 and ZJJ Ita!tiim,re ft, Bl Jmori. Ud.'
L TbcM titod are uiauuraclurod Lr in i .
bought for Cah directly fronf tbe EorpeSo and ,
I ... . r . .
.iiulthm Aianuiaciurer. enJiuraciDf au u . . ;,
lota iiuTekietf, unetjjailtjl in Tariety at.d
chanrtes in any uiaiket. I V f
Orders filled with care, promptness abd dey, "
i - i
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BETHEL PEABODV INSTITUTE,
uauwoa vair, . .
MCDOWELL CO., N. C
Is the cheaiot school in WVstera Korth
ed directlv at ber. Mr.' Futiiam. seeini? . L T.;U. IIALUHTU.N, Seferee.
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Foster thus insult the youiij: lady, rose ' '-
Irom bis seat and closed the door. This AIfiNFF" &IF..
A4iiial h Aaliv tan riAnr I t
HV-l'O U m. "o is vs uvi a,V I . isJ s? fL D t
i'. i -l j i 1 i umwni 10 iu wrnrr i 1110 x"nknini vonn
.ksjiii a. Iiis'lt v l . i ins 1 i fi ff I cf sKhrrl hv I . .. .. ...
"b "i " " -TV lor this District, I will sell for cash, at the (imrt
Mr. .Putnam. When tbe Tear reached HoUse door in S-tlisborT. on Tumlay the 1st
I w at- . ... .
1 liirilelhl street roster came UlsioV, and I Jar of Aril IS3. al eleven ocl ck ihechoseaiu
reiuafkinfir that be bad naid his fare and action of Uwu JIn-s, Bankrupt.
v I i I j 4 1 1 v ij iii.vrpnrAV
ed to a seat, ?at down close be- ! r:'":V "vr,ii-.
xvuiai ma uiv ii uv ti4 x: in m
; to l stated br me. and rci.rl "T c"I- " f?n orth ,UmJ
the S,iperior Court of lwau ,,fn,.,;,r ',H w,0 WM? to fhu,rr"a kwtW?
i873 wl the bullish braiH-hes Wihr, mathediafic
who assert that these bonds should be paid she rati; to her hnsband, and placing her
to the last farthing rathar than that tbe pol- nnu ,u u,s eat oy mm i..r nours but fpojee
icy of repudiation should be adapted. The
people must pay dollar fir dollar, demand-
Ment by mortgage of T the road and its ued the company fo $10,000 damages.
franchises. - Ratified 3d March, 18734 The Wadesboro Atgv has suspended publi
347 An act to provide for and regulate cation. I
the adoption of minor children. Persons j The Oiarlotte jDocrat of the 25th instant,
desirous of adopting a minor may file a Lars: John Allen lletckev. the notorious lK,r8e
j petition, stating -all the facts and their lhief; wa8ftt the lioufe of Mr. M.H. Hutchison, ; by these bonds on tbe-face, -although filla parting between Foster and hiJwife
intentiona lowarus sucn minor, ana tue insar tftia cj.- on -raav niirht last. An attemDt thev are not worth more than ten cents on a It..ih w.rpd..lv ..fTt II..
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was made to arrest llim without success. the dollar. If these bonds renresenU-d kissed her reucalelv. and she clunff t hiiu
i f ' i: i ' I ' 1
The house of Mr. fSamnel Koontz, of Surry aii honest and leffal debt, or if thev had I uUli, overcome with emotion, t-ho tujuttd
Jl . " . " - I i ; ' V I . J I L I l.l
county, was burhed Sunday before last while hi;-, !v ,irl hnntlv i-o.-d !,.. anu w !ls curr,cu awav ,,, r oroluc
THEY PAET FOK1.VER.
Ibout half-past eight this evening the
brutish man nor, and made a noise with his
lips which induced th youitir lady to
change lu-r scat. Mr. Putnam then inter
. i .I k.-
, . j . , , et.ke pleasure inlaying lo ftur many
liil.iii in n ii'it in llif. nar vnt lio w.inlil I... .' .J "
. .i . . i . I 'rieiid
not suner me la.ues in ins cuarge to te
iiisnlttd. At rorty-sixth stteet the &ir
was stopped, and Mr. Puliiain alighted,
Jeavme the car by the trout plalfono. Ai
he was assisting the ladies to alight Fos
tr went out and ftod upon the fionl
platform. lie had previously said that
he would cive Mr. Putnam hell." and
seizing the car-hook proceeded to execute
his Uin-nr, striking Mr. Putnam on il.e
head with i: and fractured, his skull ai d
iiifiictingwouuds iroin the eifi-cts of which
Mr. Putnam died the next day at bt.
Luke's Hospital. Foster . was arrested,
tried, cotivic:cd and sentenced. Subse
quently ihe Couitol Apptuls atHimed the
sen fence J
('ourt may grant letters of adoption, there
by establishing tbe relation of parent and
.child between the parties, tyuified 3d
March, 1873. 'l . i
, : 343 An act touching the sale of spirita
fus liquors in certain localities. Act pub-
lisbed in full iu the News, and other pa
rjears. JJatified 3d March, 1873.
349 An act for the relief of Northamp
the family were absent at church.
George Franctf Train has been sent to a
A little son of Mr. Wm. Maxwell, of Ashe
HE REFl'SJiS TO SEE HIS Villi.
count v. fell and
ton county. County trausfcri'd toi 1st mgto crawl wfough tbe crack of a Barn, on
a) ndiclal Uiatllct- .fiutified 3d March, tbe 20tn instant.
, t w
IUU. J ..! - j
350 An aet to provide adequate clerical
force iu tho o&ce of the Auditor.. Allows
the Auditor to employ an additional Qleik
At a salary of $50 per mouth, Ruttficd 3d
March, 1873. - j
351 An act to prevent the sale of spiri
lous liqiiors within three miles of the
corporate limits of the town of Murfreies
boro, in the coHtity of Hertford. Ualified
j3d March, 1873. f j ,
V 352 'An act for amnesty and pardou.
Heretofore pirbiisbed in full, llalitied 3d
aicb,l 873, - - j
353-An acttOufSfovido for the prititing
And distribution ofrtlie acts concerning
revenue.- Secretary W State to Jia-v
4,000 of revenue act publulied and distri
buted. lUtified 3rd Marcbj 1873, j
354 An act to proliibit the sale of Spi:i-
tuous liquors withiu one mile of Wehfall,
in Perquimans county. Ratified i 3rd
:; farch,.1873.- ' : -A j j j :
355. lAii act to core defects in certain
Judicial ptoceediiigs arising from mistakes
id juiibilktioii aud other causes. Provides
that alljercojs aud ir regular iies in rebdrds
And judicial proceedings shall be cured ;
and tbil orders siencd by the Judges in
vacatioh .shall be valid. Hatitled 3rd
KxM 873. , , r . . 5
356 An act to conttnue in force an act
to charter ithe' Hickory Kut Turnpike
iSjouipauy4 ranueu uy me uenerai Assem
jbly ojf Koiili i Carolina the 11th January,
1841. The otigtual act coulhlued in force
nud new corporators named; provfdjes a
(able ot tolls. Katified 3d March, 1873.
'I 357 An act to amend an act concerning
inspector m the city of Wilmington,
Aorth Uarolma, ratihed 21stday oi: Ue
ocmbfrp. 4870. being chapter 6, pfivati
, jUa J 870-'71i No article to be inspected
x-Xcept upon the request of. t,he vendor or
ciiuru.ur iiir agciik vi citucr.. xvauuvu
March;1873. t J It
1 353 jAu act to protect publjc highway
crossing the Dismal wamp 4;anai. Canal
coiLpany to constftjet suitable bridges
wherever public roads ioss the. canals.
Ommissioners of Camden county to ap-
oint an inspector oi Druiges wno suai
- report their condition, cce. j , i
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35P An act to change the dividing; line
between the eoUnties of Frauklirj and
Oranvillc. r Purely , local, i and not to be
chiinged unles a majority of the Voters iii
theidistrict etpbrae d in the trrritory affect
ed sanction it. Ka lifted 3d iHarcb. 1873
Judge Clark, duiing the recent term of Wayne
ieoi'nty Superior Court, ordered the father to
whip his son who had been convicted of forgery.
Jfew. Elittrs .-This fai--fa:ned mill-
The boy was 18 years of ase. loyally black, and pouJ, known ut present as McNeelv's uond.
l put loriiicriv. Jiacav s doiki. iiesceiicicd irom '
the JuuVe thougU fhat if the father would ad- tfSW ,Rte A?! 1 " U'S-
minuter a good, chastisement it would answer fvir. thn wnt rr!ii if?. i:J vno-pf i-a v en hoia-ivA
-"VI j-..- vu. W.IVIV.OO. l& JlllV. j J. J O IV U J.'0 1 1 f
ot t ae oiaen time. Doubtless it has been a
broke hia neck while attempt-
argument for paying them would have
.( i ' ' I b oster was also viMted during the ilay
ia no reason to nope mat ine peopie win by hii bn.iher in-law and by Fathei iJu-
e$Ver consent to paying them, aud it would ranqnett, Cutholic priest, but refund to
be a wrong for them to do so
s and ciiKtoiuers, that we ure receiv
ing our stock of
Consisting in ; part of a good stock of
Uroceru-s, tudi as
Bac 'ti, Isird,
j tfc, dC.
BOOTS AND SHOES
or the SpsnUli ami Latia lsnputjrw, l '
i nwrn pre aiiue tvr aillHMJ iff ZOT fil th -.
Ue named MndiesySiKttliluriUarrrurBJ.M 7
1 board .1 ftr (4) doll-rd pee.motitli, Jibu ; " f T -iiK-luded,
vbile engaged a scquirbig T(mmi ?"- 1
braiM-bes. J . - "A "
Ftr further tarliniUrs polr, to any bf th 1
Borjrins' BinW or Lnlr-' ua Crooked t'reVk, '
fire miles South of Old Yu ot to J. A. Cxey, - 4
Tiios. I.ytlr, M. Burjnn, Tijiteev, 1 f ' '
Pii shoot ut sitiuled snmg the mountain '
anu ns eeery auraota lir hetiJtn. J : 1
Ilislx exempt frniu tbe letnpt&lions of
m - r . ;
vice mw Mien turt at the present dav.
WM. H. I.lTTl.fcTON, f - J ,
Aianli Mli, 4w : M
FOR TI1E WATCMMAX.
undergo the ordeal of parting with hi;
children, whom he has not seen tinee Lis
arrest. ; )
Foster was fxeeuted at seventeen Uiin-
In thisiCountv, February l.t!i, 1S73, Mrs
Aliiru C, Wife of Mr. Sannivl'M. Murtin, in tht
21st year fner age, leaving an infant, one day
1 1, alo a sorrox-Mrirkcn liu-baiul an t many
friends to mourn ovrr llieir;H.id bt-reayerueitl.
On the third d;iv afui it-t birth, the infant
duly ilvJicattd lo iod ia tliti liul v ordiinnee of
lluptisr.i, lot Mirvived I lie oi:tli of llic Mother
only Yd 'l:is, wlien the rvat uitioer wf nil
eviiitn KUiamoncd the infant epiiii away from
Mrs. Martin wa born of? Chri-tian parer.ts,
and was early tnught to knw "the holy scrij-
lures, wliu u nre able to make wie nolo nalraliiu
thronuli fm tli wlinli is in CliriHt Ji-siK. In
tne i ie-:iytiTi:m I lm:c:i .11 Jim I rt k, mi
iu exeiiiphry n:euibeishii
Valuable Land .for Sale.
I offer for hale th? tliLlHin local ed iix
miles Siuih W-t ,,f si4nry and f.-xir m3a
1m.ii C .in Grove De;st k the X.C Kail mad.
The UiuU wes frieriy the propel tjf of tho
lati-Dr Satu'l. Ecir. Thuje an- tW aertts in tb
tract of which ahoat one half cleared tbe tr
inaiuclcr ln-iii p hi-arilr tiinjberfd wi:bA bkkt.
ry tc. The sod is f. riileuuJ adapted towbrat.
ih1 s, corn, ti'liaci-o, clover de. There art ax
the plaeea TmkI drrl'iurju itrb"0e anfia well
ol jtinJ waUr. It will JiViJrd. if bee"sary,
to nit th waats of rirchar. Cob It. il.
(.van of SalisHory will'uw tb inlij, and
ina.e imm with parties desirous uf purpiir.r.
For further inf ruialion aply to Co K. 11.
('iwnn at Salisbury N. C-. W addxciS tu at
Wilmington X. C. I - -J
It. K. Hf AN, Kientorof
March fi tf. X. X. XIXOX. dee'd.
of all kiudc, styles and prices. Diy gds,
a large vatietyif Print, Muslins, l'ercals,
&C. A fill line of Domestic, b;li hli ath
ed and biown, which we are ofj.-iing at
greatly redut cd pnci s. 'r. cti the altfutiuq ..f the publii ttais
A lull ttcck of Yai.kee notions and ' a 'u.irabie iuTntin' II ia -sially rreutn
fancy oh1s. I imU'lrtl t 'r".at- f-iniis, biiif imrrtii-
ln :idJiiiai! o the abo-0 we have a large ' '"r pick nihoe. sHt rmiajriuj; mMd
SMITIRS .iM PROVED
1'atcnt Well 1'ixtnre
F--r ilaratilitr it is unurp
l..i ,A tf:.,.,K l'l..it.;.... I..-. ;.!.- m urauinjj.
A. jioi uiiii: lino IMIIiiril' 1
i,,.. mL I. 1.. .1 .... iro baxiti: an Ir..u citrrd Ti. th. wiu.1-
r .,-,, ,). r la.-i'. riiM- mid l.urk. t af prt-et-u ln
11 T r .vv. atbcr. 1 1 1 .irrafifHd as to "?nrr aJ-
H i?s in e. .b. ss yan.-ty In f ict any- N.f. fv frM1 nrcid.t. .rr3 in the h.bds
llilni: vn uuhl call earlv and irt-t tiiVt ,.f 1'... - ....1 .i.i nf. iL .
'I'l It I I 1- . . I t I ... I 1 . 0 a -
1 u-iiianw ior ine iiot'iai ta-roiiage prrsou.
we atk a c-n-
tull century since the dam was erected. The
waters ot the pond proper, when at ordinary
height, cover about three hundred acres.
Beside thia, there are some three or four trib
utary or- collateral streams running into it.
These several side streams make their way
into the! pondthrousrh widely extended lov-
lauds which are usually submerged by back-1
water from the pond ; so that, including all, '
there is; at least five hundred acres iniiiiLi-
ted by this sheet of water. To the pleasu re
loving community, this oond has. from mv
earliest recollection, beeri Hie rendezvous of Sing .sing.
New Voi:k, March 21.
OX TIIE EVE OF EXECUTION
Foster awoke ut 7 o'clock and partook
of a cup ofcoQ'.e, bulate uoihiug. lie was
very pale, and his strength sem- d t ast
as well as a two year's termlm that inst itutioii.
We agree with ihe Judge, but think that the
Sheriff should have been the party to apply the
They have a jase of small pox in Wilraing'
- 8 '
Itia8aidthatjth(!Kuage, on the N. C. Rail-
road between Charlotte arfd Greensboro, is to be
ehangetl soon J " i
Nearly all the Pf-eachers in Gotham last Sun-f
.t. . t .1 . . . ... 1.4 earliest recollection, beert rti rendPTrnio. V tJtns M'nff. lie encased iu devotional
--rLr i I those who are fond of niscatarv flmiKomonfa exeiu ses un to 9 o'clock
ftntinn I'ocn ,.f V.,,!., llI 1 .. ' ., r ' I . r " -
... . ijI....v.o v. ..i..,-, ag weu 3 lUe more earuegt uibciples of Isaac
dum seem to cloat over the crimes and tragedies I Wa'toni The nnnd w-oll dr.v..A -wi. iv i.
.... I. . . ; I . : . t - " ...... i A.I.
or their favored but sin-cursed section. The ot various kinds, and of the finest quality. ii iniuuies past v o clock j lie was
Sew York yeroW closes an article, headed the Hnce tbihing in its waters has not onlv been ,ed 0,,c supported by Sheriff Bteuuan and
I M ' I riAK.AA a. 1 . - I .1
pnl pit on Fosten
and Rev Mr
HE 'EXGAGED IN 1 PAYER,
was attended by Ilev. Dr.
Schooniiiaker, chaplain of
HE IS LED TO THE SCAFEOKD.
Kialistic: clown and ajwistei age, and that the days of old foiv- b"ouK,,t T,,d to nV" "!e eje of mercy
iallyHiintediniiia ism are passing away. Perhaps I was wrong, untrt lu1s ,n erv,," the scene was hush
led relic of barbar- an1 doubtlea prejudiced in favor of the old ed J"1 impressive in the extreme.
!il,ii,.nli. 48utci of pleasure, but also, a source of tho under sheriff.
w.-. n.nfif Tf .;ii . .;4. 4-....K x- .
"Our readers wit bereeive that the chief speak- T," ; T. '"r?"1 A V at luE Last RE.
. i , r - ; pvi iu nicuouiuiunuy win see tins ,, i ,. , , .
ers in our coIlecti(n or sermons to-day devoted old familiar place of public resort oblitera- ."UT.walked nufaltei ingly tc- the scaf
aportion of their ierv ices to a reference to fart ted. But puldic sentiment is inexorable. The fold. His face had a hectic flush.! Arrived
week's tragedy, and ony one to the'tragedy on writer is souiewhat of an old fogv, and beneath the scaffold, Rev. Dr. Fyng, as
Calvary eighteen centuries ago." The majority Meof those who has Udieved that sisted by Rev. Mr. Schoonmaker, read
of the these modeln saints took the ground that fw fSfnuT f V 1 th.,u8ht lle 5 1st Psalm. As the solemn words
Capital punlshWi nt is a relic of jbaroaHsnt. hff read, in which th Rev. Dr. Tyng
Henry W ard Beeeher, the socialistic; clow
ritualistic humbue, was especiall v-toi!nted
denunciations 6f thia ao-called relic nf K
im. Such views! and such Dicarlim m th F?ua remaining tor the sake of old associa- DOW FOSTER BORE THEM
i ' r i r,. f f 4?i.: e t i r I
main cause of t alarming prevalence of crime QZt ifond. Be this' as it T Dn""K U,e A "S f lLe 'crvcv' Vn'
in these times. TJiere UUhin-so well adapt- fic sentiment is against me. Leaded men stood beneath th scatTdd. his head
ed to the presertion of law and order, to the and physicians concur in saying that the bowe" down and iis left hand shading
ufevention of crime, and to the christi.mi ration pond is detrimental to the 'health nf thn his eve..
of the whole people, as 'the Gospel of tlie world's cmmanity It is represented bv some be a Rev. 'Dr. Schorrnmaker shook bands
Savior; if it wjerl only presented by those who Vf 1 l?L f Pittsm,V iuing forth its pestif- with Forter and said, -God bb ss tliee, my
i . e - - . i i t'trfiiiH ciiiiivia ra ncinrr w n i a a
me to teach: and lead as ministers, in that cLis. fr ."T
plain, piticalminner and devoted spirit which or disprove these allegations ; and yet al-
it inspires, uncoggedJ" Trew theories, .fcn- niost everybody believes they are true. And
man logic, prejudice, and passion. Itlabtliev- thus, from Dan to Bersheba, Doctors, Law-
ed that if there as'more seal, more real chris- Scjentis, and oTd women, young women,
ut ITih year plie inrclc h oublic onfi-.-ion of
u r Cliri-l,i:in I'uiih, by coiiin-ctiu;; licr-elf wish
llic l le-iiiyliTiaii v iinsc i .it jm k i rt-K,
which shej cotiiiiii'tcd iu t-xciiipl iry i
i I io (lie D'.ip ot iter iIcjiIIi, J.v her uia-suii-
eonsi-tcut re.in'oiis deportment, s'i-
plcx-iu evidence of exiHriuient:d
of h. i ;r. p:ircdns fur her exit from
hcn toroie xteoded to us.
liiiiiai.ee of ih same
Mj NKKLY & WALTON."
M ireh 13 1 sno.
MI'UOXEV Jc II liO.
the dead which die in the Lord."
oi i .i i 1 1 an.l wrrow. "Ulcssd are
N fclSv AD V J : III' IbEM K N vs.
SOCS &1 BROWK, a -e now receiv- Tne Bcliable (i:ft Distribution in lh
in their usual larre stock of Snrii:s Gools,
ConKisiin of all ciasi-e of goods adapted to thin
sect ion of
Theif s(ck is full nnd coiuplete in ail descrip
tions of 1
Linen mill Drills, Dress frotuls in the nt wet
lints, Black and Brown Domestics,
ics' ready made suits, a most beaiiliiul
f fas.- liners and Coaling, l'ant Jean-'
of nil kinds. Tlicir stotk of C!olhinj..liirts and
furnishing gools is il.e larlost and most desira
ble to be found in this market. A full aud com
plete stoik of Shoes, Hats' llosey kIoycs, Kib-
bons&c. iagar, Cofl'ee, Molasssis, and all kiudsof
110" V ALU azrTs !
TO lit DISTUlEl'TED IX
L. D. SIDE'S
100th IIIJOULAU MONTHLY
- i -
Their terms are strictly cash and barter with
a few exceptions. Those Who are reliable and
prompt in paving their accounts it alTords them
pleasure o accommodate. To enable them to
sell Kds at dase prices, which they are tleter
mined to do, thistmliev hmt been adapted, when
roods are sold on time lo indiricr!iii!ii9i nnrlln
... . . i i i - . ... .... .
heavy losses will occur Irctu the Bankrupt and j ,JU5 r lue-fuieuuosewiM-Kj 1'ianos worth .sX!
rovisionsofihe saw, and when loKses 1 en raiuily bewiui
To be drutcn Jlondaf, April 2SA, 1873
TWO GICAM) CAPITALS OF
$5,000 eacli in Greenbacks !
Two i.rijfes S1.XK)1
Five prize S-00 Each in GUEEXRAriTK
Ten prizes $hJ0j
1 Ilorte & Bwj'jy, Kith Snrrr-Xouhtcd llarne.
W IH li OVA.
And grt Bible. Prater Booki
ItiMtks of uv kind fiu want: ltiL..riM.
BiurMihis. Munic B-ik. Music X or els of
the best Htitbwin; BUtik B Miks. Albuilil vf
th n.st stvlish kind; St-rrCirirs and
i ... ... .t ......
iewr; Ii.n.1 lok. all kiud-ut ;rDrral
ue. UteK. Inks. Witfh. l'iiM-r f t he Ut
quality : VI' I,Jtp.-r j.ud Window Sh4rs
in erejti varie'j. .Mus.e I etchers f ir vmcsI,
I MU..S. B.1I jo, VpillliS iic.
a wosj) to rAnraflius.
- . " ' . ! j . , , i . , ""ei'J "iown Willi
wnn upline mieinoniui inn mwiwi idpk vnni.i . ; . .1 . 1 ... e- . . - 1
w muis ui nuiiu. m. uunti prcttcncni I in" countrv, ana piaymi; truasli with oali - I ,-i i
Blind Soldi ek Wife. A Wash.
1 (ngton t correspondent of the Louisville
Uourict ; wiitea - as foljows ; "I Ji4te re
Vitly met a lovely, Kentucky lady jMra.
(lencral Paul. She ia from Krwporl
4jenfral Panl bad both bis eyes atiot out
in battle, "lie bears bis aflliction wth tbe
r' stguatioii vi a Christian martyr, t the
( 'ooke ball the Geneial was in full uniform
sud, would playfully repeat the eiflama
tioiis lie lieard about thn lieaiitiful flowers,
Ills beaiuiful wife is the staff uponfwhom
')ih leans, and -"be eo tenderly waiches and
guiden : bifl steps, that she jia, eyes and
ev'ervlhinc to him. I In the carriage be
litad fjmp gall int speech to her, and tlie
i;ud. Vth, husbnud! I hate charied so
tbat I don't, believe you would know me
if you SMW.'iue. it is so long 8,iiee;yia,have
Been mc" . Such rare devotion as iheira
gives eyes to the soul, and I he los bf the
.outward puts is not tecoguijjeu.
dear friend. "
Foster's sdBL takes fight!
A' if cv'euiceii ijiUiiiii s -us; niue o'clock
the Viol: was dra wnt'iinl trie body rose in to
the air. T V"
THE DKtH STKtT.fi LP.
The cond' umwlj in n eave one slight
snsjliht s t b almost
-. . 1 . . - -. r
and religious clowns, such as Beecher, are biiW- bury, in particular." I am not personally , 1 ' 1 " V t , VVe"
ing religion intotontempt. u t, nor pecuniarily concerned in the fate of Salii lfWHl ,Uf!.v,l,nr,,t ' "f V
. - ..4l. . . I; f bury: but I've "been abott" inst Pnniirrl, I here was a snjrty rou:rartinn d i hr lower
lhel residentj has again given out that he jjoow there are people aplenty who make VwX 1i "rely perceptible mUtion of
Mill .ln 1 m .lJib U 1. . t S - X . . . " - 1 1 1'' t i
.wmiiuui; u?iiuicouiu,hu mo luen worniu- u incur ouisiness to aecry the place out of ' hanris. . . j
persand dirteatcrs are making ready - to Jfall reason ; and almosLevery aspersion, sooner THE EXAMIXation of THE BODY
i I .... . I rt. I.n. .. If .X- 11 3 ..I . ' 1 '
upon tneir marrew uones to noot-ueK, and fawn uiuou jieeeiy a pona, as tne After hm.Mnc fivo tidnntr. d. k ,'h
..ux. i.Li utZlir-L.A ereat brewer of noisonoua ka. Tl, AHer; liaiifrmp ho n notes, tie body
uuuu iiuu. jiwu uiaui aiiunp iiuincil IHS I ' . v. , k . , . -
tution and the genius of onr government! we o use to tuallenge neUborins towns to a be druwrt. the nuhic ceased to Lent. Via
-I..II f..l Hl.UiJ I t t." i 3 I Com n.l 11 son nf hlllanf nmrtn itv fn.lK.-.illl... 1. J )M 1 1 .
uuuu icn ie p cicuiuuig niui muoog un tna i - ... , MtCj niuiit-f uaa oieu almost w u until a SI
ponferring npon hin, such honors as he would 1' Uan ixc.DEKTS.
. t ' -. ... i t uuo, iuc ucupie ui oausnurv. i
vutu w qinuwj um we can noijoia in f im kre M PfWtrt4lW flm . if tl.n It wnn Pid... d..Vir tl. n.-.d;..
LL.fi j 1 . ii rr:-.T jl '" - .
no-e. yjw wpuiu uo nun greii nonpr merely proceeded from Orcus. They are shut up the service thai Foster whs rapidly sink
irv-BiiBo e ftjfymtm io -jv r rctuociiu vTt iOQ re-1 1" mc lass, ui uumg n ueai oi aitcmnff, ana I In" and 1 was se-irn I v ti
t ! 1B t 1 ' kll-fiinn tl. Ih. .In). I. - 1 I . !. . '. . .
,pL'v JOB Ulgll
represn aUveof a free and independent Kft.J miauies thereafter abont a foot fir her!
I I ' ! ii .. l . ' I ... .v umci -vu. UIUIIT BCl lieu I '" t
, and apfdies himself to the administra- as the base of the Black Mountain, and it i IT IS PkoxorxCED dead.
of the laws in strjet sccord with the consti- of no use at all to talk against it. It is of At twelve mi-mtes after the bolt bad
le to stand The
fffice which he fills, but we can plcaning, tobreak the stk in trade of her physicians notietd this, and U-v. Mr
not allow thbfait to Influence onr action toward f"!16!-.. l1.1". llt " take Schoonmaker l..d ;-t .l..M.k l.-..d wi.l
.i t 1 rill T thia 1 . n -W MLf A -rv-k am - . A. r J L - - '-- - --. ...... -
him who is using tliat fBce to crush nut the Z V i3 L hluZ i .
i-u , A J . i . . , $uccecd, and lend a helping hand to abate
libertuss of the people ,of whole jUtesinniur khe evil, whether real ..rf.n,u otitic
loved SouthJ; ook at Louisiana. If Urant same, f- I ' '
come let our pepple show him hat cowtesy and The McNeeiy mill has been a public con
consideration ;fr which they as southerners are Venience, wbUat at the same time, as is well
noted, and whjic3i they do notdeny ev: n to their 3jnown h source of income to its
A fire at Waco, Texas, destjwypd SqOjOOO labor and money, which may require time
worth of nrottertv. .a- t for reimbursement. Now you who believe
A fire in ettevillee.
. G. ates, oi) Uillsborostreetj and twostables, tr be drained. How much are you dad 't
loqsc, IUv. J. A,yater furni-llt is a practical question and demands a
foster and said. "G-od bye, (lod bless
ynnmy fiiend," when the fatal bolt was
'After being allowed t bang a lit tie over
twenty'minittes. the body was lowed into
the Coffin and conveyed in the deadhouse
of tbe nJ'omh, whence if will be taken
to-day to the residence of Foster's widow
, The ii'tcrinent will probably take place
on Monday next.
At twenty minutes before ten tbe crowd
of deputy marshals and others of the one
huudred auu fifty persous wbo bad gaine
ig Machines. Worth $100
are susjaihed by mcrchnnts, ii is n well stated I each !
tact that sucli losses are met and it is reasons- nLl irvi,- A- ,1 aa , ' wn7
hie to su,J pose that the lo.s to be made uu as f " VS'i "'l? f?"' k cheerful. Try it
t I".:. ..1.1- r..n., .... 1 . I " ' .....en jiumini: alcnos. worth
ur I'rnrm "ir, miikuii uic iKHirrt paving CUS- I each
lonjers.. 1 ney nave aeierraineU to ,top this way Ten Ladic' CJold Hunting Watches, wortl, $7o
of doing business, by selling at the lowest cash each! "", urui
unworthy of it. w ... owrr wwr iiurn; 11 (u
Thev are thankful to their dailv friend an.l 5asj encA.
customers for iheir very liberal custom and con
fidence, and hoiio bv selliOl! G(mm t'oods at low
.1? .1 j
prices 10 secure ineir coniinuea lavors.
MtKK & BROWN..
March !27 tf.
uy a few dinars i worth ! lsiki every
year for your sons and handsauJ tav a g"d
uewsoaper. they u ill vcork better aud bo uor
Gold Chains, Silver w re, Jewelry ,&e., Ac.
Whole Xwumbcr Qifts, 0,500.
U'iikets Limited lo 00,000.
A GEXTS WANTED to Sell Tickets.
A WORD TO rlKTYlUng S0Z73.
You hare StimHhing to b propj and to
ast i.f. The farm is tb keytont tu errry
pursuit. 1 hen it sueeevda all
pr..spr; when it fails all fbtg, Llnu't think
you cau't be a jjreat uian becauss y.a ars
v.. . l " "
tn 1. him 1 !.., . 1. j 1 .1. . r r . . -
WW WW ITT1M fTlVf VTAf'L' API ii 1 n-uiiuiui wm uc pna. mf miu 111 a unnrr. asningf m, WetM"
L WW .lIliilulllL MUIK (Jl1 Single Tickets $1 ; Six Tickets Twelve t,d C,J fruierT .u, bulwhiUthey
.nr.i.in fickels 510; Tweniy-fite Ticket $20. t.ule.1 they sfndit. J.i je. Ikra
w a iii rvs w. r sb awja w n 1 - 1
orninu anu uiuiucn
;els 510; Tweniy-fite TickeU$20. t.ule.1 they sfndif. do ye. Buy a g-l
t-ontaining a full list nf prises, a de- on- at a tim' aud digest it. a4
of theiunnner of drawing, snd'other then au-.ther. j j
ion in reference to the Distribution. uJ m and look over looks.
I script ion
will be sent to any one ordering them. All let
lers must ie auiSressvu lo
MalX OFFfCC, L. D. SINK, liox 8G.
1U1 filth ClVCIXXATl.O.
are now receiving at their Store, their large and
well selected stock of Sprinsr and Summer Goods.
Con:s:ing nf Dry (loodsN aions, Ready-made
Clothin;jof the very latest St v le. Hardware,
ijrocenes isoou aud blioes HaU Lsidies and
Gent, inifact all goo Is which are uauallr keui
in a tirsi class General ShKk which thev are
selling low for Cash buyers. All we ask is for
you to call and examine our stock before pur.
chasing elsewhere. I
We return our sincere thanks for past favors
and hope, by fair dealing and lricl attention to
business to merit an increase. -
All kihids of produce taken at the Inchest
1. . . : 1 . e 1 V
uiaiKek prices iu exen-msre ior gOCKld
I BERNIIAIiDT & SONS.
JMarch ZO-Smco. '
CfrBfaiLW THE WOHUngT
ASew York Office 27 BEEXHAff BZ
April 20, 1872 32:1y
COME TO TUE
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
and various other blanks for t-aie here,
ALL KINDS of COURT AX DM A
GISTIIATES' BLANKS at this office
i And Get a Good Picture.
r l- -'
W e will give you a good picture r t let
yoo take it away ; fr we danH iinteid that
auy bad work shall g-i from tbisfuCtu in
jure us aud the busiuMS. Call and try. ' .
Lp Stairs bettcetn 2'arters ami Miss 21c
Hurray's. j j.
Call and etatuin ny stock of Wall Paper
Wiudow Shades. Wilting )mprrjlaks Ao.
siiua 1 uou t luteutt tu vv uuder srfa.
xVb. 27. it