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Salisbury; N. c.rRiL'i:!:-;-(: i ; i
NO.. 2?;WHOLE NO. 8G0
Proprietor sal Editor :
U.I J.; STEW AllT,
; t Anocite Editor;
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Osb Tf kaii, payabjeiu adVauce. ....$2.00
S,x-MrtNTiis, ' t " ...... 1.00
i iiMlea to one address, ... 10.00 1
j 'MI k j. ... a i . ... ' -i
-V 4g . . -jff ) f' TUAT' UNLUCKY NOTK.
. ; IS 'yO"" '''i-'llh t ' BY HOLLY HAROLD. ;f
j meanwhile. rappin? one lUtle foot tipotj 1 a id;Le mC.iiod!; tier' wclit paC.' tor 4, Iris terra tlunoi month. No com- j
we Biiould seek a mfetiug after eo Innff 4 f -II.. is 11 " anked Era. tfiraiiiinV 1
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puciivv i nun Tviuiur u r titv i iiiii !? coinixiAnn. U1.H I tl
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mi u Jitiner rentiv, Ann qncaiiorn-u jtt . lu ura wui ki w raaw.mui nuie me. Uut 1 -lie SQtild rather
Z. I lIiiunnrtiKl, eteiing from ttiu lUmpiusa i Ihen i could not settle flown to be a on ict I '-rm Tcrv.food of mrwic. von kuoV. and ' dutricti " v ' '
s e JL A ; .' ' j . J .1 ' -- If ' :.:! (j - 4 I . ' . - - 1. ., , 4 . . . 1 '
- i iii 1 1 in i ai'i liter iniwii tin i lit i fi tiui I cuunii v iiHrKfiii a n nr. niiti I l m m u i.nrn . m in a. I t iti pr n i...i..i.....i .. .- i ' w
4fiiid A yon hjrtHtract.rthtrwiieJiilhen'CtKu. AputWltdyimtM ranaticism auk
l i For over Ifl Y BARS his
TTmnzTZ vac as?ALs
LIVKK JJKDICINIS linnroveJUibe.Uie
o'.UKAT, UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for LtVKR Cu'MPLAbT knl it iiTfhI offspring,
DVSI'EIMIA, LlDNSTH Alt OS, Jaundice,
limirm. attack. SICK tlKADAUHK. Colic,
eure4uu l S j.OlTR STOMACK, lleart
" hurn, CHILLS AND PKVKU; Ac, 4c.
After yoiirn f earrfu nxperi mcnt, to meet a
Wat iirnl urj?ijttlii,inUl, we mw produce .trom
our original iltHHmc I'otnfcm j
' V T2X21 rZlSFAXIZS.
a Unuid form of Si'lMMON'S LIVER REGU
L r)Lt, caittiUuiiT aU-itji woudtii lul aud vul
u:ilile propertic, and lleif it in
ThoINwdcrrt,(prical)cfVrv.) I.COpr. package.
iMjut by mail...... ..t...!
Rur no l'owdcror PREPARED SIMMONS'
LIVljR.KKODLATOlt nd tt iu our engraved
wrappor, with Tra!e mark, Stamp and bigna
tui uubroken. Nionq "ther in genuine.
V. i .JI.ZKIIJNCO.,
. ; ; Mfii-on, Cai and rhiludelpbia.
! FOR SALfc liY TUjiO. P. KLUTTZ.
V..t. yiitl. i ! Salisbury N.C.
"I s p i Ri t7o F Via liftii E
l f p 11 K Spirit ok te Aoe will present a pair
J )f tine pictiw worti $3.00 to every sub-ncriU-t
for 1S73, o pny4 $2 50 in advance for
n vear wiuncription. Tbe iiietHre---entitlcv'
ltrilid,ii'i;l.ernUfi--iextbited in ITtclineKt Mylc
. . ' . ! a 1 t 1. lilt
inglil into iijie warmth oi the npiuea nan,
anrf atepttiiig to etarnp a pair of , diiniiiu-
JtiVe gaiu-rtd feet on a fqft mat.
, iiiiur. BiiBpt niiBrii;u nun, uu
w(ll Le Hi abont ten ? minntep. ; 1 Here are
some Iett'r in' the dinhig-rooom for you,
added, na Kva gate her a package Q. hooka
lit ? aiu papers to 'carry timy rou..
4iK---- U4-"l iVervIwi U aiid leavinsr her hat and
INSIiRB IN Uhawl oifthe rark, Mi Hammond, who
m I I . I WHK llUOlll eiriU1'll. ana vrrr m'.iic hiiu
treorgia mstm Insurance Co. guiwh ioioking f.r that, danced ddwu i.e
! rF PrtT TTTITT3TTC! ri lataira'lo the warm, cosy dming-rooro. Un
1 vx vyUUUJ.uo, the low ! mantel, it. front of the hrnze
corporated,;18(X - Capitau $05i000 LiAtkt wre three white euvelooes. J2va
. RHODES IBROWXE, PremdtitL . J gathered! theth up,nd drew an easy chair
r. iiw.v, oxremat-y. .( , i lowaru tiie eiowmz coais in ine grtit?, eri
lit T.nec0 f1,era-
1" f . .iujuulvw l "Addie ' 8beaia, locking orer tlie tub
I Alld Promptly Pail! in Fnll! UcriptionP, before he broke the aeaU 4and
1 - . . :. -CalifoiiaL yea this is tioni Mattie,
3,TO1i1rM 'M r,w '."d
ecnrlng a I'oliry i f (leorgia Home Inf-nrnnce d a8 phc be!i l,,e lh,rd one lo"
vo. Agencies ai jprominciu point in all lue
Southern State. j - I 1
. ALLEN BROWN, Agent,
j , " Oftcs No. 2, Granite Rfjw, ;
f April 23, '72. 10 ; Salisbury, N.C;
of me to entettatn that dream fo'it a moi.
aio ftvlrtiug an .uiPtriiniHitj'for' m'y i
ihome.. I'crmtia'vou've nntf heard nf
' ment. I'm Vure I did wluit wathe Lent appointment ip Fi-rnrlale V t ' "
in. telling Lira to, as oon at I -'jbecanP v..:Xpt?,retlied Miea llammond,' tryiug
t.uivict-n in u niyet-ii. v "art what an- I lo ue very. calm, aud determined to know
Biui.cpo uie a leNii, hhj-ws r i anq,n re u.r tiif wont at ouce: ,"l
le. 20- TLchoo. coromttteca .f each
toWbhip shall atiiiuUly mike aVtiimale
of the ianiount ol', nioney-' iM-cesn-try for
Atrccsiii ltartb 26. I
"' JoM-pK T. Carryao'caUri. propLet ank
maintaining the fcWila wiihiu thttr jaria t Kpplying, " Columbia fcoantr JnA '
r-t..l r. . i. ...... r ni'l .lJt b"
seemed t he ao at that moment; j Thoe married, at vou t peils of kef ping honsc."
long walk and talk."f he meiitbu'wcre rNtyet; and if MiVKva had Veen
pleasant; and how we used tcv plan what watching W lace fhe would have'eeeh
dictlonl for jH-riodi not lea than fouri Gihen presiding, charged with adalterw
i. ". T .at' v .... ' . J
a.tTA n . iv. .m .t a . - a .
iutc muttt uc uiauc'lll ciiiiui T CUUIUI.B'
r j II ;
flIIE proprietSiri ilf thee justly celebrated
I .MilM am in. t market for,u HE An ul
ohcit calls from lil ivho httvert to sell, yhey
fray the hHjHCut utariX't. txtsh prices.
I They alo
tra, and Super,
1 -. Tiwy also sir.ci
1 They exchange,
st.liiiit orders fur Flour Thev
four! dificrent grndcn of .Flour.
Family, Family, Sz-
1 . . - - f
orders for Bran. f
orfgriud for toll, as nifty bo
PLANTERS should iexaminelhe abovc-nivnied
idd and rclifitilc Cin!, before buying any Ithcr.
.It coNibiua tho rcaniired qualities of SiuiplScity.
- - - j- . c r iiiaKes excellent
of Lilhocrapluc printiugj the printed aivface of ,b ab(,v
mi ll Ts 22x28 iiu4.es, and, the pictures acll in the ild.u; ' ,.., Ut liQ th
nlores for ijU pr pair.
Ref.T. 11. l'limilAKi), I). D.f Contributing
Rev. 11. T. llipiMOS? j i lvti'ors.
' The. Auk is a weekly Family I'aper, adapted
to Hoc Home Cirele, the Farmer, the Mechanic,
the Trlesm;in, jilike iii every seclioii of the
it !w . imtiiw!iioii:il in its character, nor 1 1
jiartuaii or setrtiiiian. Resides all the news of!
the day, collated wilh a jvk w to correctnesnaiid
locuriicy. its coumns will be filled with the
choicest niHtter mroiiri:ite lo the different de
partmentsStories, Historical and I!iogra"phical
Sketch Travelund Adventure, Sabbath Read-
inc, Wil mid Humr, Agricultural, C-orrespon-
deitee, on hpitoneot th ews ol the Lay, xc.
f I OXliaZ'N'AL STOItIE3.
The publication of lbikialfctriei is a special
feature df the AfiE, and, for this year we have
nrocured several fromlthe pens of iHii.iilar nnd
intereHting writers, lb this Department alone
we can promise bur rcildera entertainment equal
in character to that ofWny of the popular atory
TPIMIS IV MWAVPP
Ona copy one year, (with 2 pictures,) $250
M u-ittikint nirtiirps.
Ward the light. She f eeraed dissatisfied
with her; scrutiny by aid of the gas, and
leaned forward to the redder glow of the
fire-light. Nor did she aeetn Letter pleas
ed then.hut forgetting the other letters,
a)id twUting this a ound, unopened, in
m r small tinsrers. she nxeu her eyes on !
the flickering names, wilh a far-off, absent
air, that' made her look lesa a child, much
niore a woman. Suddenly a fiery frag
ment fell through the hare of the crate
close to her foot. This aroused her, and
she tore'opeu the envelope and read lhee
few lines, written in a: graceful), delicate
ha d, like a man a : j
"Am in the city. If you desire to mwl
me, l am agreeable, ill so, please stale
and place. No. 17 W. st."
1 here was no date, , no name, and Miss
Hammond looked even more puzzled ovrr
the note than she. had been over its enve
lope, ywt both appeared to recall some sad
or unpleasant memory, for some of the
pink flush faded out lot her fair cheeks,
and there was a pained look iu the far-off,
truant ey s. Finally I she slipped the un
read letters in her pocket, crushed the
mysterious note in her hand, aud arose to
1 avc I he room. Meeting Ann on the
threshold she questioned.
"Is the Doctor honle yet T
in, Miss, answered the
hooka wo would read, aud what we would
do; and how much better - and purer hia
lile wa, than these gentlemen:! I meet
every day. H He said he could never for
get, or ceas.tn love, the little girl he saw
last driving away through the Summer
sunshine, hiking like a . picture in her
white dressjatid scaih;Cj;icket, jwiih her
flowing ' hair. iNons'enSi;. 'leni' "always
forget 1 Very likely he wants to tell nie
of his approaching marriage," and Eva's
lips were slightly less scornful,! and her
eyes grew ihisty. Suddenly she ran to
the dressing-table and studied her face in
the glass for several minutes Terr! thought.
sioners'ort or before -the mmLir meetine
Ling his face she would have seen 1 act February : Trocidcd. That the firt
that he wiuced a little under her Question estimate and rrnort ! aa Lcn-in rrnnii)
' " "' ' I shall be made on or before the" first Afon
Mia Hammond could be char mi n el y (day iu April. 1S73. !
talkative generally, but somehow she Secj. The county board of cdncatlou
failed signally this moruiug,faiid for'mere I of every comity shall, on the fiwt Monday
wain oi toman g else lo say, demanded j ot t ebrnary id each year, or aa soon there
piesenlly. after as practicable, apportion among the
W hy did not yon come last night ? I j several townships in the county, according
expected you' -- f: ., ., . I to the hnmbcr of children lu each between
"Lxpeeted met" said Mr. Stafford in I the agts of six and twenty-one years.
unassuined astonishment; 'how did you which number shall be ascertained by a
Know l was lit the citv I ; I ccusna lo be Ltken bv the c hil vun mil-
Why your note, ot course." explained I tee and report to the county board of cdn-
Eva, equally amazed. f cation, all school hinds w hich may be in
"Hut 1 ve never sent you any note." possession of or duo to the county trea-
tatty, then -appeared pleased at the re- replied Herbert, quietly. surer, specifying how much thereof is ap
ttectiou j 1 ..-Miss Hammond's 'glance met his for a I portioned to the children of each race, ad
b)hr. It tlins fast and clean,
int (olten brintling J-4e. to
s tuaiket j and is universally
admit ted to 'be thfe Il'rhtest rtmnirg , ein tnade
iW'e have had tliiitVj year's experience in the
business, and waitratit every giu perfi et. j-tTins
Circulars, w ith I ethnomals and f'll part'eu- went tlioujrhtfully nii lo
Ana weif 8H6 might be for it was a
wonderfully sweet lace that smiled tack
at her. ltound plump, with regular fea
tures, fair, smooth skin, d. iicately tinted
cheeks, and resistless violet eyes, tint
looked almost black under their long,
curling lashes ; scarlet lips that were
equally pretty, whether scornful, tender or
giieved in their expression ; and the whole
eunounded by a cloud of loose golden
h'lir. i I
"No, no," said Miss Hammond, shak
ing her little lift at the beauty in the glass
"he'd better not have tempted me, for I
shall make him sorry if he comes. I really
canuot help it ;" and then she sat down to
her desk, iind wrote these lines on a sheet
of tinted. paper :
"Conn, Thursday evening. Von have
the address, Eva," and folding them, ad
dressed the; envelope to the Ilev, Herbert
btaltord, 17. est street, city
moment, then dropped, and Ler face grew I givo notiee thereof to tlie school com in U-
scarlet With mortilicalion as he answered I tees of the several townships of the county,
hastily. I (and the school committees in the several
"I don't nnderstaod it at all : I have I townships shall apportion the same In like
a grctt mUtake." i I manner among the several echool districts)
Iu that momentary meeting of the eye, I and publish the same by an advertisement
Herbert bad discovery something besides I pnpted on the court house door of eab
anger; something that spoke of disap- cotiuty. Hie sums thus apportioned to
poiutment aud regret, and on the impulse the several townships shall be subject to
of a moment he spoke t I the orders of the school committees there-
"lam glad you expected me. Will I of for (payment of the school expenses
you expect me to-night 7 May 1 come I
mentioned in section 9 as amended in this
Miss Hammond said "Yfc." act: Provided, hotccier. That in no case
That day at dinner Dr. Hammond turn-1 shall the school fund thus apportioned to
cd to his daughter saving I either J ace be expended For the education
"I met your old school friend Hattie of the other race : And proridalfurUicr,
Carr II iu town to day, and she says she That so much of said school fond as shall
sent you a note this week and you've not not bo expended in 'any school fund as
answered it. She seemed! to feel very shall not be expended in any school dis-
and fumication. Carry came from Mas.
aciioseita with a colony ef about 100 pet
sots, men and waroeo. oter a. rr '
bought Und, settled hi Columbia coanty,
iu iru i tna ucia property to coat
moo. Curry called U ms elf Elijah jmi
lVepbet Yatevab, s uprrme b things spiri
tual and temporal. Tb'o eilony went-
along swimmiugly for a Very brief time,
but the prophet took to himself too many '
wives. . Jealousy "and lasnrbordinatbm
followrd, and many marntd "Lome, bit-
- U- ? 5 I ... t
6 w proyiuea wna iree passage p
the nearest ' seaport Chirlei ton or-Ssv- "
aonah. - i ' . t -r
Finally the colony beckioe sodemorat.
zed and Curry so licentious that the rrand
jury indieied him and bis iqeeu pars no or.
vuii, muni m wuiie uoen ana witn aeaa
and leet bare, iu imitaiioq of the Saviour,
appeared before the Court. Ilia queta ,
appeared in the samo attire, I with white
stockings upon her feet sad while bow
upon her head. i. , ; , .,' 'I
S leaking in his own defense, be tot t a
tained that men and women could live tin '
gether as mau and wife without cohabit '
ing and that by mollification and prayer
they could become perfect. " lie repelled
the charge of iorauity, dispLjying much '
erudition and familiarity jwiih the Scrip
tures. Curry had revelations after revol
ations that a new era had dawned when
men and women should come eat ( tie
natural order of things to a higher stale,
of purity. J
After speeches from thej preseexrtioa aad
defense the jury retired and after half
hour's absence returned with a verdict bf
badly, and desired mo :rV ssy that she
would do anything to have: the past for
gotten. Did you and her never make up
This done,! she took another survey of ihat ridiculous old quarrel I
liersell in the glass, aud curled up again
Uy iu tie Lands of our agents, to wLicb
te in-j etjoiij. ' '
be had v ftidresji;r.
1 It A KlJF. Ith'dWN. 1'res dent..
, , - r - r ,
Brown UHttoiJ Oin to ,.ew ljonaiii,L,onn.
CRAWFORD' 4 IEILIG, Agents Salisbury,
ilareh G 4nios.
to i ne
i - -k rr
six months do
Every, reader !of the ShntT or the Age n
published before the war, L earnestly renuesfed
to renew it heir patronage; send for specimen
inn . AUlrH "I'll 'If'
I EDWARDS & BROTjGHTOM.
Feb. 13. tf - ! Raleiab. N. C.
ii ' -
i 75,73011 Premiums.
RANG IN d IIST.VALUE FROM
j $l)!Jtp $5,000
; TO THE SOliSCiaBES OF
OUIL riDLESIDE FHIEND
ORGAN', WA'LVlI, SEWING MACHINE
;te... etc.. If 1
FIRST GRAIN t) CASH PREMIUM
I OTJR FIRESlUli! FlilKNI) Eviht
Tjiiii I llmitntitul tin; f'ltiuilu lt'uLlii'A
inita TUIltirtoLUM and has utbdiid the uiother,
A llON of ait v paper jiuhlish- . fashions to plain
DEST, MOST UESIUABLE Ml, ..si.d a
iA.X MOSTU85fr-LI.OKIUir.AI, It 1 .' ttl,.ll:,it.
on the rug to dream
. Eighteen months before this evening.
Herbert Stafford and Eva Hammond had
met at the house of a mutual friend, and
for several 'weeks uere constant compan
ions. She: was just from school, and he
I tresh tioin bis studies at the University ;
T. II him to enmmjence dinner without J both were prepared to throw themselves
me. I will Le down lxresently ;" and Eva with ardor into the pleasant recreations ot
lu-r own t room,
and unlocked a desk1 containing papers
jind Ietiei8. She looked them over very
can fully f found notiiing to reward her
search and closed the desk, learning her
anus upon it in deep thought.
1 "Ah ! 1 know," she said, suddenly
grossing the room to a small book -case,
und drawing out a stn-'ll clasped book. It
w as a Collection ol autograph, aim liss-
llatnmoud turned the pages until she came I education aud association, the gfrms of a
on which was written only two
Irict for the education of the race for which
it was apportioned iu any year shall be
added to the fund ipportioned said race
iu said school distncifor the succeeding
"Poor, dear Hat I No! What a fool I I voar. If the pupils of any public schools
was 1" and MUs Hammond laughed till reside iu different townships, the school
she had to run awuy and hide in her own committee of each shall give an order to
room, and then she cried- Dr. Hammond the teacher for such part ot the amount
declared that Eva was "asv ch angelic as I due him as is proportionate to tlie number
the wind." and finished hji .'.inner in a of pupils attending Lis school (rom their
hurry to go look alter a patient. I township.
llertert btaff-ird came that evening, bee. 13. 1 he county board otx-ducation
aud Eva had to explain about the unlucky of each county rh.-ul appoint three real
note, and somehow m luugliing over that dents of the county ol good moral Chirac
that golden suniin4tiiiie. Eva's exceed- they became very friendly, aud when Dr. tcr snd suitable atiainincuts, whorhall be
lug beauty; appealed, through his artist's llauiihond aime home that uiht. was aill- stvled "the board Ot examiners." one of
. - " . .1 n J ir
ey', to his sesihetic nature, whlfo her in- d into tlie parlor, he found the vonng whom shall be designated as chairman.
minister there looking vert bannv. and They shall hold ihtir office one year and
Eva looking very sweet and' serious. Her- unlil their successors are appointed. If a
bert said that the people at his new charge vacancy shonld any time occur In the
had a cosv little parsonage, beautifully board ot examiners, lue same sha I betulea
furnished, and were anxious that he should
occupy it, aud would the Doctor allow
Eva to go and be its mistress 1 Dr. Ham
mond kissed his jewel and said "Yes,
uoccnt way of confiding to him1 her long-
iugs after a higher life appealed to his
spiritual nature. Unconsciously to him,
she was constantly drawing hiiu out of
his natural reserve, and leading hun to
think for her benefit. He believt d he dis
co veted in her, beneath manv! faults of
guilty, with a reoommendatiou to mercy.
I'I . Ml I. Ji l I
i no bcuicuco wiu oe ocierrca tor a lew
It is thought the propuct and his faU
lowers will be given an I opportunity io
find another Canaan far fcwsy from htrsr
a mm f w. l
in which to pitch their tetls.
'lt was Aiigust the third.
Aud qute soft was the skies."
OUJ i xxi&ixAi x xi.XA.xvaj ,.d note lor a moment, i
Every tfubscribet. is - sure of one premium .irwwilg bo,l, ,he ibook
y way. ami jias an equa ch lice of re- , desk, heaving a sigh,
iviug a CA"II Premium. OR A PIANt), 1 A..i. .T
Then shecmnpariid them to the nnsign-
. i . . j i i ... i
ea note lor a moment, ana enu-a wun
k and letter into
and goin" down
At the table she was the same
noble womanhood ; while she wis discov
ering that she did reverence to this man's
character, and w ishes could be something
like him. Thus they both dreamed on,
until Eva. with a woman's quick percep
tions, awjikeucd to the tact l bat Ishe held
iu complete, thraldom Herberl's heart and
affections.: Sonie!iow it was n pleasant
awakening, and she took no paiiis to mar
the dream and when, too, made jlhat dis
before. It war. evid ;nt. as ML Eva talk- the summer days were not overi and she
and Herbert has resigned -himself to the
fate of being "punished'' by Miss Ham
mond every day now. "All because of
that iiulucky(T) note," Eva says.
j blight pretty little maiden who had danc-j covery, and asked In-r to be aj coi
cd into that room sme twrdty minutes ' person's wife, -she said "Yes"? be
ed auiniately to her , father about politics,
questioned ii-udeily about her invalid
and gaily ; deserilwd the newest
THE NEW SCHOOL? LAW
The following are the important sec
tions of the school law ratified February
See. 37. In addition to the State and
found them too sweet aud ph asailt to wish I county capitation taxes appropriated by
a change. : M the constitution and other revenues here
! The lime came when they hadHo scpar-1 lofore provided by law for the support of
t.irr .tkiiitla Ttox ofimr nniw linhlish. . t,sl.ifr. m i.hiin Oo.k.i i h (iisin Marv ate. and tor a while Eva believed she public schools, there shall : be levied and
Id in the Went, f U-KST, fliUST UtSlrtAULri Mwb0 LreshNd over the
Reliable Gift Distribution in the
XIX VALUABLE GIFTS!
I IO BE DLiTltlllUTED IN
L. D. 'SIWE'S
1 ICOih REGULAR MOXTIfl.Y
1 ' '- ! ; '. ! '
To be drawn Monfas, April 2Sft, 1873.
A TWO QUAND CAPITALS ?)F
, J$5.0p6 each in (ucenbacks !
Two ivrlses' $1,0001 I i
I Five prises- $500 Each in (JREEN B A t'ICS.
Ten prises $100) .
!l Jlor9 & Sv-Qfjij, vith Silver' Mounted Harnew,
OneFjae-tood Rosewood IMnuos worth S5ftf!
MATTERtN OKAT VAl.lETY,that4 money
eanbuv aud to uiiike it a II Oil E EE h. LY suit
ed to the wantj'itieverv' lamily, Subscription
price J. per year oi zrz nmnbers.
The Slirgant Chrcmo
Siao 16 x20 inches, . ir colors. Aekuowledfietl
by all to be thej HANDSOMEST audi MOST
ALUA1$LK. prenmun pietuie Tu Ainnea.
EVERY SDltrR:UJISR is presented With this
phtomo at the Qof "ubscnldig uo caHing).
aud also receive ii! KUMIiEKEl) CKRTIF1-
I 'ATE ENTtTE-ISO THE HOLDER TO A
Even the rarest iewi-h do lift sparkle
in every light, ami ibi eause. EvaV moods
were ever chaitging fnui the innocent,
trusting child, ihe piy, loving gill, to the
proud ibe itching wiiinan, peojde caressed
petted and admired her, Uu said-she was
tickle. Dinner was iiearly oyer, when the
rain commenced lo pour down in torrents,
laud Miss Hammond turned to her father
with the question. j-
house, lluitfhe really meant all Mte let II ei bert d ream of collected every year lor the support and
wcl of the quiet but in the gay whirl of ciy life, Miss I maintenance ot public schools, eight and
by the county board of education.
These sections show the material chang
i . t it i . i
es muue in me scuooi law oy me iie
General Assembly. Section 24, 20, 30,
aud section 3 ot the constitution, constru
ed together, show that the public schools
are lo be maintained four months every
year in every school district in each
county of the State in which the qualified
voters shall vote to levy the additional
school tax necessary for lhat purpose. It
is the duty of the county commissioners
of every county in which there is not aU
ready a sufficient school fund on hand, to
submit the question to the qualified voters
of the county, whether the additional
school tax shall be levi.d. In every county
in which a- majority of the votes given
shall be "for school taxes," it will be ths
duty of the county enmmi-feioners to levy
a sufficient tax to maintain a public scli-nd
at least four mouths in every school dis
trict in the county for each race, and piy
half the cost of building, reniiring and
THE GOODRICH MURDER.
The murder of Mr. Charles Goodrich.
in Hrooklyn, oq Friday morning, March
21st hss given rise to much discunionJn
the press as lc the motives' of the sup
posed murderer, whoever he or she be
At first the theory of the detectives was
that he had committed suicide, which Was
not held by the surgeon! who made the
examination. This has eei abandoned
as untenable, and the common belief nsw
is that he was murdered by it former nus
tress. I I
Ti e large cities iu thisveountry are ac
quiring a most unenviable notoriety for
murders and oiher grave primes. Wilkin
two ot three years enough items of a
startlingly sensational nature could he
gleaned from the daily jpapert of New
York to fill large volumes. And of lb tie
a considerable portion are enveloped In
mystery. J be murdcrer'of Nathan, the
assassin wl.o took the lif of Rogers and
the midnight slayer of Capt. Colrocoresses
(killed in Rridgeport, Oooacctlcut,) iro
all at Urge, unknown, j
There is something terrible ia this
sens of feeling that one may get subbed
or shot at any moment, Wen in his own
domicile. The lawmakers and those ho
execute the laws should see to it that jhe
lives of citizens sre reudered more secure.
Ndtnmnii1 ittmmniii.or1 Ia vinti thu mnffur I OI1Ht iitrrl rPlfl nil l'rv IisiltiirPrl liAllirt
(till au-vifva M V U M M V 1 a www - - - - - -' J - w w
'. .. . ni- . i J I l.l .1. if .... . ..... J H. ' .I C...I " ll
in auotiier ngtit. one thought sue could won n oi propeny ana crcui in uie oiate , , . ..k..i " ...j k,.i-
find greater happiness in the excitement and twenty-hve cents on every poll in ad- copt 0f parchiisi..S chool-hoasc sites.
and adulation tha surrounded her in the dhhm to he taxes in the revenue law. The county commissioners and school
the city than in "love in a cottage" with Sec. 24. H the tax levied in tins act for ! commUleca l.onld immediately givenotice
Ihe young minister. hen Eva told him the support of the public schools shall be leacher8 of lhc c,,nre Iu ,he law in re
tina l lit uiow to Herbert wan lerriule. in lusuiuciini io inaiuiain one ur more scuoois t i ,.... ..bi
The abuse of
vain he pleaded with her ; MM laiumond in each township for. ihe period of four '. j? teachcra waZPf aCeordtng lo the U
promb-cuous dinners, aiid promiscaous
i balls, has been more that ever a subject
' of reprehension during the .present ai
' conrging sessiou ef Congress. Much kas
J said afier last New Year's, abont the
I thonghifoluess.bf the ladies here who! on
Qr(jpr j i tu' iiuiA.(un- nnnu iron)
j mrir iauit-8 ; uut lira nijuiiy receptions
ARE ii. iho U'Mributiou $-'5,tt0 iu eah i "Must you go out again to night, Doc
ftnd f.ther prem&imK j - I. , : 1 b . , '
dnyiu June nest. ThejChrouio 1
the seeor.d Tuc
and Certificate sent on reeept'of price. SI'E
l'KKMIUM LIST, Kte
OIVIXG FULfl IURTTICULARS
to nnv ad-tress.
pay aud best out.
Send at huije tor terms. Address.
Oill FIlllXIDE WUIKXt), ChieaA Hi
Feb. 27-1 f. AiuUlaltimote.Md.
Fui niched to orjJerL at Short Noiiee. nt Steam
!aw Mill on WMrn N. C. R. R.. tweotv miles
from Salisbury J j : I
1 lrb.ft At mill It A S il'i-l.tir v iSl 0(
.TenFatuily Sewing Alftchii' wr,rth $J( p i)rjM, aJ lishury, Sl.50. 1 ' '
1 TEHJUS CA8II. I
i 47 if: , : I Hi It. .11. COWAN.
Kre Gold JVkfclk t; Chain, aJ &Weqe.b !
Hto (Jold American Himtin;' Watches, worth:1
Ten Ladien Gold Hunting Watches, worth $?o
each I j;
800 Gold and SUcer Jsrxtr llunilufj )itthet (in
; ,-y allfrvvrtk JiqmJ$-2) to rath.
; Gold Chain, Silver ware, Jewelry ,Su, &c.
; Wholo Zfumbcr Gifts, 6,500.
i Tickets Limited to 00,000. I
AGENTS WANTtil) to Sell TicketSi
to whom Liberal f'remjums will he paid.
Diiigie AiCKVia ?i , Oi a itnei" gu ;
.U Tfckets $10; Twenty-five Tickets
ATI t . . ' ' . ' . ' U
V'fcuiara coniaimng a iuh jisi 01 prizes, a qe-
scriptipn of the tjanner of drawing, and otne '
i Information In reference to the Distribution,
(.will be Bent to any one ordering them. All let-
ters must be addresacd to
tAi ornct; r p SINE, Ikix 80.
1 1 paid, j S j
! ITew Yoik IMps,
27 BEEKMAjI BH
April 20. 18723g:ly
VilOliW, Fifth St,
Cheap Cliattel Mortgages,
tljerhlanks for sale here.
bun. 1 hose weie bitter iiioinhs for him,
aud e e the pain had entiiely goije, he met
Eva areideotly in the street.1 JI knew
that he had not schooled himself to meet
Yes, my dear, 1 1 am going to town to herqui:e clamly, and soavoid.-d IiergUucc
lecturer Any thing I can do for you ?" d lecognition. The white jfaco seiit a
"Miss Era's red Hips seemed forming thrill of pain through Eva's heart, and to
the wind, "Yes," but changed and said, pay for being so silly, she became very
niore decidely than appeared necessary, 'gry at linn or ehunniog the icjcogiuiioii
,o !" j otnee l lieu iney uaa never met, aua iiii
The Doctor went to his lecture, Con- believtd ihe other had forgo tfn. It is
sin Mary went up to Mrs. Hammond's so easy to: forget. Ah ! it it m.ly was.
rooms, and Eva, af;er looking out into the' Tlie imirning after Mis Ifanimond re
stormy night followed her. But Mrs. ' ceived Herbert S-aHVit' noii-, ishe mail-
Haiumjnd was nej-vous, and wanted to ed her reply, and awaited ai xiou-ly the
sh eiiJ and Cousin Mary had some letters
to a sw. r, so Eva said "good night" to
them i and went to her own sanctum.
Once :inore the compared the lines iu the
grew very scornlul. and reins, d to sec monuis, men me couniy commusioners 01 P .8-j0 .Tknri'i, .ivP,. for tha lime ' . 7 fi . ' uo" WWI
each county may levy annually a s Dec til I 1 . ' . . .i...i. 01
11 X 11 h 11 1) kt ilia iiuiu vt uuuiii w -1 e i. . c.-Jm- . . i : .
.0 I.- ..of cbamnaene are sscnnOeorLotLlia rni(ji
It the I 'I "J TL V
ty may levy annually a special I
-.- I.-. I Jf!! I . I
v.xuoauppiy me mnc.ency lor me snp- COQJ i,.leil or not.
luiet nsW iiianiituttn.iAii a.v sii1 BMimnla ff . f . - . -
ihe said iiei iod of four months. The said ; ne tlf, rlftn w :n Uw. it mutt be in
strong punch, aud frequently baskets
' coming btj the evening. Ilutj ihe evening
brought 'lib Herbert, and Eva, went to- her
room a st ijange sickening -f.-Iiijg of dis
appointment, r "What can ail ne 7" she
book with the mvsteiious note ; then threw asked nxpatiently ot tbe iacujin, the gUss
hers. If Ho n on a soft rur before, the heas ' as she noticed how Hushed j her cln eks
ter and mused alond.
"It: must certainly be j from Herbert,"
and here she bit spitefully into a broken
match. "Ot course 11 from him ! " (giv
ing tlie match another spiteful bite) "Hut
then why should he suppose I would care
tosee hnn, or why 111 tbe world would
he wish to fee me ! I'm sure he would not
give a chance to recognize h'un when we
me. last : but then the circumstance took
him so by surprise, and really it was so
long ago, and he had not acquired perfect
controal of himself. Now he thinks he
has. ; How little men know themselves !"
and Miss Eva's lips gave a very contemp
tuous curl. "He thinks be can show me
mw how ,p aplettly he has conquered him
self. I Footish fellow to tempt me !" This
time Miss Hammond thtew the bits of
match into the corner of the room, very
much as if she would like te cast the sub
ject of her thoughts after them. I "I can't
I were, and jthat two large drops were gaih
1 eriug iu ij the iyclvet eyes. ''Well, if he
docs come, he shall sutler ail, the more for
disappointing me," aud Miss Ilamnioud
dashed thenars away proudly, 'aud after
wards went lb bed aud cried .'herself to
sleep. - I j!. , ' ! 1 '
Friday iniorning Eva went down to pro
cure some: new music, and was just leav
ing the store when one of the packages
slipped to( the floor. A gei tleman, who
had becu playing on a piano War, sprang
from his seat and replaced tha roll she 'had
dropped, saying : j !
"Allow me Miss Hammond.f
The color rushed over Eya's face 'and
she forget! to bo careless and haughty, or
bewitchingly pleasaut; but only murmur
ed confusedly ;
"Thauklyou.", .,' i
"May, I walk with you t? asked ! Mr.
Stafford, holding the door open for her to
see shn added aficjr aoiouicut's pause, a8s..utr
tax shall be collected by the sheriff in
money and he shall be subject to the same
liabilities for the collection and accounting
for said tax as he is or may be by law iu
regard to other county taxes. The said
tax shall be levied on all propertv, credits
and p'dls of the county, aud in the assess
ment of the amount upon each the com
missioners shall observe the constitutional
equation of taxation, and the fund thus
raised shall be appropriated in ihe county
in which it is collected as provided in sec
tion thirty-one of this act : I'rocidcd, That
the question nf the lev y and collection of
said tax shall hare first hech submitted lo
the voto of the qualified voters of the
a a 1
comity at an election to be held at the
different election preciucis of the county.
under rules and regulations, to be fixed by
the commissioners and conforming as ne.lr
as may he to the rules and regulations for
conducting other elections, rxcept that no
new registration need bo made, but the
lezislratioii books of the next proceeding
1 -I-.-.:.... ... ... i. ' . .:. 1 . cm
geucrm ciccnnu uinjr uc urru. x oe JK II-
allies for illegil' and fraudulent voting
shall be the same as protided in annual
Sec. 25. The school committees shsll
have the authority to employ and dismiss
teachers 01 uie scuoois w uuiti ineir town
ships, anu sliail determine, ihe pay per
month to be paid tbe nine : Vratidcd note
ever. That teachers of the first grade shall
not receive out of the school fund more
thin two (2) dollars per day j of the second
grade not more than one dollar and fifty
cents per day, and of the third grade not
more than one dollar per; day; but uo
teacher shall receive cny .compeusalion
while youug wuiaeu, single and married.
msko a class of acquaintances not tottra
ble uuder their own roof. t-many of whom
come with the alluring! appellation! of
accordance with the provisions of the
present ww. , , -' GoTeruor General, Judgtor Senator) ?Ib
All orders for the wages of teachers of dnaBinf. iia. become alaVmingly imraod-
aAl.k..l t.atlt tl 1 A I Ik A limirlalAlia nf t 111 A T " ... P
rvtlVFlO aiiitib uuuvl assv iri'Mis va
law of 1872, and all orders for schools
taught before the year 1872 ; and uot yet
paid, must be paid out of the geueral
school fund for the county. The balance
of the school fund which remains after
p iyment of said orders is to b apportion-
1 . 1 1 . 1. : .. . :
among .. rrr... n.r, 1 temptations came
cordance with the provisions of section JO 1 . .. e :
of the 'school law. Tho present school
year ends June the thirtieth. The ap
portionment made to each township may
be used to continue existing schools, or
to establish additional schmjls. So much
of each apportionment as may not be used
liefore June tho thirtieth, Will be auded.
to the apportionment for the school year
beginuiug July the first.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
IX30K. OUT FOR LICE.
This is the season of the year for lice.
If your colts or cal res are) nt thriving,
inspect them carefully, and you will ficd
their skin is infested with life. Thousands
of them are preying. ujkii them. They
sap their vitality, and feed cvrr so much,
they will not thrive. Rub them over with
graese, or grease mixed with sulpher, or
tobacco water, or coal oil reduced to
thirds wilh wter, and repeat the opera
tion a few limes, aud you will find uo
more liee. Then feed with ,extrT care,
and your yonng stock will soon be all
est. J be lobby is made -rqual to the Lest
of our dignities, aud men Who ply tho trade
ol public plunderer, present their da&gh
ters and wives to the very officials wlurn,
otherwise, they would bet unable to reach.
There was one gentleman implicated io
t'le late Credit Mobil e exposures, whose
directly through! the
abuse of pmtutscous dinners. When he
came to Washington City, iu the first
place, he lived remote frjm the faib una
ble quarter, and was industrious, domestic,
and perfectly unchallenged byany Ian
dcrcr. ; Next came his removal to a final
social quarter, and heading an important
comruh e, he was in refuett for dianers
at Wclcker's where the palate is tempt d
wilh the cboiclest witter J coming succes
sively to wash down sweetbreads, upsca-rouablegam-,
rich capons jwlth sauce 'God
dard, aud Urrapiu stewd, Li Madeira wiue.
Correspondent ChicajoTribune. j
Oue of the richest gold mines io Sorthv
Caroliua is tb Crowell nire in SUnly
couaty, owned by T.jiCrowelt, Moses
L. Holmes, R. J. Holes, Luke Blackmer,
S. J. Pembcrton. and E. V. Mauoey('salie
vein, rich deposit audi easily worked.
The gold mines In NorLb. Carolina are
fouud to be almost, If not! quite, equal to
those of California, and with ibo Ad of
Northern energy, capitol and modern ap
pliances, gold mining is becoming One of
the leadiog enterprises tf our Slite.
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