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8ALI3BURT.! THURSDAY APRIL j7.
NEWS AND COMMENT.
lo Lave done, Who were good CVnfederats
when Confederates I weiV Jip' 4a traitors.
and spie whence wewwvCjrnowr -
ca me iron ciau oam, nos iv vay perjureu
his soul, for tUp sake of getting, an office.
tie succceueu in securing; ,iue, pmcc oi
Jndsreof the special Court of Wilmington,
They had a severe storm in New lYorklast over wnoeej people .e auiuinuuejrcu .justice
Saturday It rained, hailed, and snowed at in- after the stylej j of jjan autocrat. For hia
tertal, while the jwind blew in fitful gnstsj ignorance of law, hia course brutal bearing,
On th fourth .of March last a fearful earth- and partial decisions the Wilmington Jcwr
quake visited 8an Salvador, killing, it is stated, na1 speaking in thi interest of the people.
mdoih eigm noBHiw mui nu 1.... 0f iaw- and ,raer add ot good government,
:-an7 milliMi. f dollar, worth of perty.pi.; freqUtllfcitlkapoa expose and
i)!ace w the caratal of the proYicoofitbat name , it i? l , . ' t
Z, .11 ' - j L. : denounce hnnj f And this is the secret of
In Central AmeriMn. and contained. At the time n Is 1 .
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Uantweu s anxieiyuo nave me euuors ox
Dnt ihey have murdered Canby who aa- of colored people not long since that while
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sistcd in murdering and plundering tue r w V." e. .1
L ps ' -"' 3 , ' i serve ui jarroraA in vrruim umm
peoplof.the Soulh, and who was one of . JJ, ia Maryland, but the
i ! i.T.S'.. .r i " :r .1 th Vrt.ri inwtM am hoaflpd bv a neerro
v tli nana r U'llh tli' litiic , firftrv f -, wr-' - .t
i" "Y r-r. v ""-'rrrr.'. VAit.l-U h'mui tl white vot
theii worthless blood : ' " UrrtV VXl TI,U ,n.
The TVor7J and Ucrald both demand fian is now to pass on the guilt or inno-
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ahd inhahiunta, 1 1 I - ;! that paper convicted of libel, All this
During the higj i winds of ;the last eekmbch Cantwell denies ad makes theosteusU
property, has been' destroyed by fire. I Along the ble cause the publishing of the notorious
line of lUilroad from Danville to Richmond ! jujge ButtJf 0f Baltimore fame.and Ku
norrooua lOMes have been sustained and oeor K, nttUiUJ J. - ,enulrel bv the
tua deaths have occurred from fire. But both T , Wi; L . ' t i . i.
r. , ,i . , - . 'i .! Journal. We do jnot remember what i:
n, w irgipia sou wju owe isrg nin ht mch i t- . ( , i
Dlact and heavf Ue. been susuined. plcial-1 wa8 at provoked,thc JburnaZ to publish
ly alonzthe lines of Rait Roads, j J ' Judge Bond as a scoundrel. We suppose
Mr. James SchoSeld, the Pott Master at Fair it was upop evidence ot his general char
fieW, St Mary's county, MJ, was murdered) in acter as exhibited by his official action
hw office and the office burnt, at that platej on 1 among our people. If not, and further
ilendricks and llancoclc Is the ticket a PeW
the truth of the assertion is
that iiojnercy - be any longer hown the cence of these parties, who were so cul
treacherous Modocs, and Gen. Sherman, pable as' to be in his way is much tudig
in ah order from the Head Quarters of the nation and exeitcincut among the Geor
United States Army at Washington City j gians joveri this subject, but some persons
telegraphs to Gen. Gillem, in command J anticipate an attempt to repeat in G-orji
of the Modoc camp, that he, Gillem; will J the judicial outrages .which were perpe
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ue uij jiisuutfu iu uiicny exiruuiiuanug j vraiea wy ntne- luiamoas uuugo uuuu iu
the Modocs. ' . I South and North Carolina.
We will probably have lively scenes in
the lava Veds during the present week
We will have no more accounts of the
peae commissioners' talks" witfr Captain
MAAA. m9 '-: M A ' MA !WA1ai d A mm A t lit .rtlf VVi rtl
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syiTaniaoemocraucpaperrBiuupriow t W i-;i?nr th l,om n
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Uim tyons, of Newark, shot her drains out V t i.t 'Ark f Wft h!irAnn k, tJ,,
because she was obliged to board with strangers. ' i . , 1 , .
W. have often wandered why mir. boaruer; urnal wll bo well prepared, and w.ll
didn't commit suicide. f s come out trittmphinf j yet it is provoking
The Missouri Planing mills at -St Loullhave K think ibwlT of P5-;and
been burned. JLoss $30,000. I j I freedom of; speechj should be assailed by
: Gen. Jeff C. Daris succeeds Canby. ! i ach creatures aiid for such bae pur
In the United SUtes Circuit Court at Greens- poses.
i boro laatt Monday, in the case of Ilenry Clews
aaainst he W.N. a Rail Road, Judge! Dick COK$ClKNCE-STRUCK.
appoiiited.Maj. V. A, Smith Receiver, Vice Vice.prcUent! Wilson drew his share
Col. 8. McD Tati whose time had expired. An tbe Senatorial back pay voted by Con
i appeal J as Uken to the Supreme jCourtjpf the grc8S abot iWfcny.f0ur hours before his
United States.V i K resismation its a Senator. -
Li fire occurred at Boone, Watauga County. Alarmed i by the unexpected drift, of
oil March 29, lait, which destroyed the Court- public sentiment ppon this subject lie sud
house, both the ClerkV and registers office, with denly discovers that lie lias a conscience,
.11 th 1 iocanU tlireta Wnnin It I. not I and wishing to Wash his hands of the ini-
knon W tt fir. A.-4'nt!. 1 I qttitr, by returning the, ill-gotten m'opey.
' , . . J . .1. 1 he addresieiil on Ithe 27tl' ultimo, a .letter
.a ciiinineyoi;a uunii uoiuie iwt. A,oany,, Q j g ;p n endorsing an order
, on me ioiu msi ourymg nve muegirw. he Setai of Uie -Senate for about
.,WH. u uwh-uuk wu, u.c, u 84,400, with the Instruction that it be ap-
wu snerioay nuru ; 4 ; propriatcd towards the payment ot the ua
A, telegram from JndianspoJi, inn., ttatea uonal aebt.-Ch(irlotte Observer.
I i.rM 1 lArtt. inaf mmw ei maI npta'PAiiin r in I J 1 I.
4 B. a BWO w in r--p
I Kfngntowh betvreen the striking mlnera and
fqrnacrmen' and the negroes lately imported
from Virginia. Hie negroes now nt their ho:ird
ing house well armed aid guarded by the police.
" Tlie surrounding crowd threw atone smoother
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.Tlie New Yrk Herald of Sunday was
a quintuple sheei the first time siuce its
Ithe following is the cons1uion of the establinliment it has appand in that form
V orhvs, editorial on the subicct : lit con Lamed one hundred and twenty
The result was what anvbodv but a columns. .1 his is unprecedented in the
bori idiot or a besotted "nnihuithoDi!" hiftory of iournalim.
might have foretold. The Modocs increas- in coiuiueniing upon inia gn-ai eyrni
ed their pretensions as thy saw that their in the Herald's life, it say : "A people
adversaries abated theira. Thev made who advertise and read are a! people whoe
more and more impudent demands aud success in lite is assured, lueirexperience,
uiey nave nrisjiy suown in me muraer or uu iuh ncntc itu Uvu. myy.
Cailbv and Thomas Dreciaelv the measure ciate indepelidenee, teal and enterprise in
of their respect for the Government which jonrnalwm, and lead them j to patronize
has! truckled to them. And it is precisely ucn a newspaper as meets meir iaeas in
lueirespeci to wnicn tne irucaungyoi inav ui-pc ijhiiui.iiuub. j
Government has enl tied t. We feel as l ne Ueraia 3 wond.-rlul success is ai
surfed that General Canby was too true a tributed iu a great measure tj the ftct that
soldier and too much of a man not to see it has ever kept steadily befcirtlts eye the
ihel "policy," which has resulted iu his true missiou ot the daily paper, - to give
murder. But he was too true a soldier the news ot the day, with rauiiing cm-
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also to aisooey orders, llioujrU lliey were ujems uierrupn. i
Ustaed to him bv idiots, and though thev In regard to the success of newspapers,
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have cost him his h e. 1 his a no t me me ueraia jusuy remaras, puuuc
furl solt Iwords. He was ' murdered by journals deserve patronage, and the people
the Modocs. iiut the men on whose heads ol be slow to oestow ii upon tucm
hiai blood remain comprise all the canting as their due reward
scdunorels in the country who hare in
vented Grant into treating a pack of out
laws as if they were Suuday bchool child
re it, and who have persuaded that foolish
main to expose brave men to death to pleaso
their mandlin wishes. These are. the men
who are responsible fur this thing, and
these are the men whom we shall do our
utmost to hold to their responsibility when
evr they dare to lift their cackling voices
again in behalf of an Indian-peace policy.
The canting Ihvpocrite ! He knew it
was wrong ito tike this money, yet he
dared putihts unclean hands npon it and
thrust it ihto liij pockets, and he would
have kept; it there, but for the indignation
THE COLLEGE AT MOUNT PLEA.
SANT, NJ 0.. -
The citizens of Moupt Pleasant and
vicinity poiiiv wiih prid. to her-splendid
ScIkmiL. whicVfor thoioigb" ttaining. rui
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inyijf torn prices, rnnnoi pe exceuen in ine
whole country.' "Thai Western Carotin a
CollegewaaWhartefed tin lS59--opencd
and closed in 1861, aud resumed opera
lions in 1SG6, as n Academic and Pre
paratory School, with only four students
with the now President; L. A. Bikle, as
Tutor and so persevering and untiring
has he been, (tld in hia effort, by the
citizens,) to m k it a growing and per
maueut institution that it now numbers.
one hundnd and ten students in attend
ance, (representing nearly every. Southern
State,) and rapidly growing in publio fa
vor and esttera. The j following gentle
men comprise the Faculty : Rev. L. A.
Dikle, Prendent; Rv.jW. E. Hubbard,
M.f. L-mgiiages : It. jl. J J4dwick,
Prof. Mathematics ; J. A- Liuu and J. C.
Moser. Tutors. i
board of 1 rnstees. Major L. G. Hung
President ; J no. bhimpock, bfcretary :
A. Fiil, Treasurer ; Rys. 8. Rnihrok.
VV. KimbalL J. U. Aciffer, W. It. Cone,
C. 11 li-rnheim, L. C Groeeclose, Duiel
U inier, Muoroe Mttlchor aud C. T. Bern
The Institution presents diplomas to
graduates and the terms of the course is
from $7,50 to $20 per - session. Board
and lodging can be obtined at 10 per
month exclusive, ot lights. By a special
act of the Legislature the sale of liquors,
within two miles of the College, is prohit-
ed. Aj general moral stone pervade, the
entire community and we know ot no In
s'itulion, North or South, that offers any
thing like the same advantages for so
snuill a sum of money Concord Sun.
Gas. The gas 1 till, regulating the
quality and price ofj g in New Ydrk and.
Brooklyn, has passed its third reading
j The Jil! requires. all gas eompanfefjfV
funph gaa of a quality wichlused thropb
burner cousumin? .fiva tahlofeet 'wt
hour, .hall be of tin UIumuiaTtV power!
pqaat to o t lapuarq rperuv cAtiaies ana
Upe "price elian notxeeed2,2Mr i0v0Q
feet. Tlie Mayors of the two cities to
appoint inspectors of gas-meters and ana-
yzera of tie quality ot gas, and requires
such analyzers to: make an analysts
whenever requested to do so by three pr
more gas consumers. The expenses of
gas inspector are ip be birn bv. the com
pauies, ana ine wpecur are to give,
bonds in the sum f S 10.000. The failure
of any company lv complv, with the act
sunjects wio nnem not more than souu
nor less than 3250 for each offence.
Col. Forney, of the Philadelphia Press,
ui inucu disgruntled at Uie I'emocratic
victory in Gounectlcut- In a late issue
of hi. paper, ho says mournfully : . ,
Five th.usand Democratic majority in
Connecticut is a iurprisiug loss for th
Republican party,. and we fear cannot be
wholly laid to tlie charge of local Uepub
licair distentions, though the fact that
3,000 of the loss occurred Iu the one city
of New Haven points iu that direction.
The Credit Mobilier exposures and lh
back salary grab must d Jubllest tx held
MRS. TERRELLj MILIilNER!
I D aAIUnEAIiER.
ila nof receiv in her Spring Slock bf Mtxu. !
JUT AKIf llAia viOODH. I . i
r Bhe respectfully invites flu ladies of SsT;W-
and Mtiroundinf Country id rite her rmll mJt
tXntnine her jfood. Willrtiarant aatUfactiasi
uotn as to price ana goou. tier stock l eotirclr
new, mnd cheap as any! bf the raoie claM U ,
market. Loxa STaaicnr llata Wrrzn.' if
which a liberal rrice will he mid. Ar.v Irui4.t
hair, work made 'to or Jer Jewel rt, RraiJsi
SwitclieM, Curls Chignons, FnietU, ocve.' y
. buunpinj aU done to Myr.- Havi for Ges .J
tlemen or ladies, trimmed la moarnibg ax abort "s
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yi door to JSvU &
SslUlmry April 17-4tl
APRIL 16. 1873:
H. & A.
THE MODOC TAR.
WashiXGTOX, April 12
Peace Commissioners had
. i m i .. :J ... i r HKio 4tfi-ilpr of Silence."'
Willi tlie iuoaocs. i nere is no imp ii t
rIM,a lrnnr.1 OTrrt orders Id iiiiv ! bit 8 Slid lllfV are deaf il
: It is a sad thing tt pass thrMigh lif ftulj
half alive. Yet there are thousand whoe
habltural conditi in is one f languur aod de
bility. They coinpUiu of no djeaae; they
suffer oo positive pai. ; but they have no re
lish for anything njurh affords mental or
seusuous pleasure to jtbeir mure rubust and
energetic fellow-beius.' '
Iu niue eases out uf ten tt.l stnte of laiui
tude and tpr arises Jrnm a uiorl-id stmah.
Iuiligestion Hestmys the euergyof Uth utiil
aud IxmIv. When thi waste of uatore is not
Claiksvillc has a ladies society called s supplied by due andSeijular a?iinilatim of
are now recei ring and ppemng Ibetl larj. and
beautiful stock o( I .
ConUtingr of Dry goods to Ladle and Cent.
.wear of all d'wcriplioua j JVy j J
BOOTS & j SHOES,.
Fur, Wool and Straw HiU for
for GenU and
this and; THAT.
Illinois pays the-cost of the litigation
incurred by those who refuse to pay the
excessive railroad fare.
LET THE CHILDREN BE EDUCA-
miiuiHif e. A company or colored jminenj from of the peCplj. at tie crime., Shame on such
(.uuiu vw men aiu. miiu luaiij iuvu were I j . i
llired. ' i I conduct!
"M-j ' ' ; f i trick and
Tlie process of lernodtli g society, the
renirms that have been going On iu the
last century, make a reform iu education
an absolute necessity. In no other Stale
tha 1 this imprtan duty been more sadly
he jlected than here in the Old North
StateJ We need a revolution in our school
The fallow who will do a bad system ; and our people ought to be aroua-
it until he i8riveil U"dfion tlM-ir .lumbers, iu which they have
. lingered tliese many years, l ue rcspon
16 I siliility rests upon us to so train up the
it'll nin ihvii
!i'un and his
A dispatch from NeWOileans date April 15tli away by public opinion, ia as mean as the L:iEi:f v
lsL, say,' the Steamer, Skuth Wt stern brings the thiet w bo j would ateal bat for fear of the yobngihat the activity of each individual
followjng from Grant ParUh: j J d guards ! jj ! of 'future society may be felt as a blessing
It has two mem
A social for the correction of rxtrava
gnce in female dres w talked of among
the young men ef Meuiphu.
The executive mansion of Illinois was
the scene of a tniifh aud milk festival on
Tuesday right last. I
Rode Island farmers will plant minia
ture torpedoes in thcicoru hills as a sub
stitute for scare -cio -vs.!
on the lava bds at any mnulent.
General Gilh'tn has sent word to Cap
tain Jack that he will not leave the lva
bed reirion until he lakes
tribu' along with him
Sax Fkancisco, April 12 Nijrht-.A
courier has arrived here from the lava beds
and reports that Major-General Canby
and Dr. Thomas were murdered by the
Modocs yesterday, while holding u peace
Lata Bed Camp, April ll via Urf ka
April 12 Yesterday afternoon five In
dians and four squaw s came into our camp
and were made presents of j clothing and
..i . ' - i l.v. ,u Com. i .liMv.Hr hv riwin- theatrical ncr- ! t"u- " d.ninitenug te,p..r.iry rt.
fu.J, every oria is starved. ev.-y fuuetion
Nov. wi.iit does comm',u sence suggest an
dtT th'-si Kit euuibtanees of depressiou ? The
iy.-te:n m-ed.-" rousitigiMnd strenirtlimiiK : not
merely for an hour j'r two, tj sink aft r
wards iutoa more pitiable Ute than ever (us
it assuredly would Jo if an ordinary alroholte
stiiuuiaut was resortvd to), but radically aud
How is tliis desirable ciljet to Ik? acrouv
In I all aooiU penerahv kept inr a CM elaas
general rtink which tliey are aelltnc tow iW
cah or barter. And tbey rmtccUally ak aa
examination of their stock before snaking yeor
purvhaaea aa they are dettfwunea 10 sell a ike
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Tliey take thi opportunity of rrterniac their
thank for pat fnvorv aud "hope )by fair aa4
hoct dealing and Mrkt aUcutioo'to busiaeaa
and Woya. I
lo merit an increaM.
pl'hed ? Theanswef to this cpieiion. fouud-
The season is aonro;iching when drink- i ed ou ilie uuvarying experieueti of a quarter
ing men, us wdl as drowning men, will ,ofa ceutury. is easily given. Iufui nea vi
gor iuto tlte digesivt organs by a course of
Uovtetter's Stomach' Uirtersr -lo Tiot wit.ii
catch at straws Graphic.
Ltndou. proposes to accornodatn itself;
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missionem nkiiiL' for a talk this luorninsr fonnauces in the afternoon.
The negroes had barncated themselves in 0llU(,, !. AA of manpv aUiCtk and not as a curse. Ohildren should be
Colfax Courthouse, andnumbered400, thorough , J ai.A.JLLa J v .:.,! fited!to enter upon those moral aud aocial
il areJ. A. hundred! and fiftv men a,iWo dlSgOrfeed ; but not ttntll they Were J . naA..A ... 1 !
flora the surrounding pariahes and made an at- forced 10 lhe "ewspaper press of h sUte of eoc5e,y. yu,k at the
tick on Sunday noon.l The courthouse was" r the countr lere are other, who -have crowded prisons ad uo.tr houses, the
atormed at 3 o'clock, when the negroes fltjd the ' the ffTrontery td justify this species of wide' spread immorality., the immense in-
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embezxlemenl. this uuusuul. criminal use crfas of paupeiism, and then s
. i ,i e ?j . i the testimony is in rijrard fo education !
Ol IDC pnioie. iiioiis. . i r i - r . .
We imiigue the people will properly dilLk eo!ors
- a t
at a point about a nine itom our picK.-i
line. Later iu the evening 'Bogus Char"
ley came in and toid the picket that he
could take his gun, that he (Ch.uh-y) did ,
not intend to go b.ick any more. I he
picket brought him in, and took him to
the tent of General Canby, where Charley
left, his irnn remained at the lent of Frank
say what j during the night.
courthouse. After further fighting, the nejrroes
displayed a flag of truce. Several detachments
moved oU the courthouse-, when the negroes open
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Cii nre.. ism. iiaruner was mioi in the hnwpu i i
tk S. fu.rl foAllr. TlLr rpi!rt .,f.;-t tKA estimate the character of such fellows and Dur Legislature ha iuft remodelled the
liresstworks. ! M u hereafter eousigni them to that retirement j public school law, and we trust, though
"As1 the only manscfdUlodging the negroes they so riclily vfeui. doaibtleas siill debcieut in many n spects, mounted their h-rse. a-.d started for the
tjie courthouse wi set in fire and; "the negroes :i ' mm ' thltt our' people will male the best me of bed. i About an hour after their depart-
shotasthey came frotl the burning building. ry - TfceJ Murler of General Canby by l' cCl!,,s. 24 26' S0 ",d 8f,ion 3'f ure, General Canby, Dr. I bonus, Mr. A.
It bv reported that 80l 100 were killed, and r'd ... l.A. nf xaJiI ?T"?U nV '!reqe U. Meacham and Mr. Dyer, with Frank
noneto be found for Kiiles around. "White 7. 7 I i . YT T , 'Tl"puuH"cu, "" r" w urmaiuiamea UitldIe and , aquaw for luteipreters,
uiaus, nas; greauy lucensea luc inyai i aineasi iour mouius every year in every
but wake t!e -ysteaf up by rMcnperatiug th
fitiutaiu Iiea l of jfti 'u'a'itrenjjhih and euer-
cv, lhe reat oraan uiou wtiieh all lh or
; ga1 s lepti:il fr their nuriureaiid snprtort
I'.y the time that a1 dozen does of the grate
! vi'ijet b!e touir. and inyicorant h ive be-n
I t I..11 f t.i r..!.!. fr .tf lli ilriifilii Tm- ill
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increaan. V .
it. sc a. Muapiir.
alibnrT, April 17 Cfno.
O. O. ZaZeCoy. j J. !. Bailay ,
G. G. McCOY CO.
( Jnicem and ProTUtun; Merchants and vhnl
ale denier in Cotifoctionaries, Dried fraiia,
tobacco and prain ,
OLD FORT, K. 0.
and all kin' of Omntry t1roI:ice. Cotton yarna,
Lvmeii'S Nails, I'owdr, aud Jo4 Uil, ejvsys
AgcnU for the be', guano and p!ojbal,
onieia Moitcld. f
This mnriiiu!; Bston Charlev came in
and told the Commission that Capt. Ja.k
and five other Indians woald meet the
Commissioners outside of our linee. llos-
ton t;hariey and dous itiatiey ttien
Sti r- . ' r.i. .i . ; e I W North ' S school district m each county of the State
.L-i ' If. i 1A U 90 AA L J A The TndLn nlliev nf the wvernmsnt .ml wh,cU e qualified voters shall vote to
.1 i , , 'I..-- , f L . I j, h-.t, - levy the additional school tax necessary
brought two wounded white, when the st.mei has been rnj keening with Grant, m-sera folhat purpnsP. And let us hope that
ten voiiax uu ciunuay crenin.g j j ; ble admtnisratidn. It has been conduct- thbre ia not a taxpayer in any dis'rict who
The origin of this trouble : Grants Par- cd, not in the interest of peace and for the wjmld refuse to vote the pitiful tax ueces-
Uh is inhabited almost exclusively by ne- purpose of !e.tabli.hing friendly relations N'T-
gwe..5 A white man named Calhoun, with the vanon. tribes in the territories,
own. 40 mUe. of territory on wbick the but in, the uter4st of Indian agents and u ,..,t -lrlv , .nffi'.,t arbool
The will of a man in Salisbury, Omi.,
! contested because he was drunk for fi'. e
years b lore he died.
Some Cincinnati school giti have or-
gimzed a mutual p lvnbroler a sun
which unke3 tlio bojk tr.ide lively.
The Italians employed by tlie N-'w
York ;m company have all left, and Ger-
! mans have supplied their places.
j Th g'vitletn in who hi hithrt. per
j fumed the p irt of th-? wild mm in a
1 Chicago museum has conc'ridL-d lo bn tame
until h? gets his last month's wage.
! Our Tennessee exc.hins are publish
ing a poem called "N Haby in the House ; on Tuea lar April loih. l.r Ilcv. . A. Vwl,
What is the matter wjth those babies T
r" ! I ( '"labels fintf fountain ApIea. Kr
r lUV' Kile by l1'' McUOV A CO.
i. i.. .r t,
ii. -e lot ol cu'iuiry eurel iiaei. roraaia
April 17, 1S73 tf
Y & CO.
bei-i to f. ej its lieiiign i'-fbienee. Appetite
I wil! be ereated. :inl.w:th appetite the rapaei
i . .. . a:. ....... i. ... t. ! i .
iv in u;j;eM iiai ii vr.ivef. l ere'ere iinui
the cire i c niiplet until liealtliful b!oiM.
fit to be the Mi:it.-rin i.f fb-pll a 1 lO'lScle. lolie
and i.erve and bra!t.!l 'W through the chan
nels of rlreulaTi'iu iitead nt ilie watery pUii
liiui with whirl) they hate heretofore been
& 33HOXvn. are now recti t-
Coiwsiinz of all cl.--c uf i:'wl-s aduiUed lo tLia.
In the ProJvliTiah Cluk'h, Statevll!e N. C,
: ill); their inei.il lame !. k of Spring Ctood,
uuii 1 1 i i; in uii
I ix-ittion of Conntrr.
Tlielaw m ikes it the duty of the County
started for the place appointed.
The party arrived at the appointed place
and were closely watched by the signal
officer, Lt. Adams, from the signal station
on the hill overlooking our camp.
About a half hour after the .party had
arrived, cry from the signal station was !
heard, saying that the Indians had attack
ed the Peace Commission and that an en
gasement had commenced between the
Indians aud Col. Mason.
Nothing new under' the sun. At Pom
peii there is a fac-siuiille of Sims' specu
lum, and iu Nineveh, Liyard found a
bushel ot mignifying glasses.
Governor Hartranft has signed a bill
repealing the cumulative plan of voting
as applied to the borough elections iu
A worthy Kcutncky farmer being ask-
In a moment the troops were underarms, 1 ed it a daughter, recently married was still
and denlovpd ns skirmishers, under the ! livinc with iiiin. reolied : "No. sir ! h"ii
. . " . .
Theo. F. Kluttiof Silarv N. C to MiSallie.
C. Caldwell, daughter of the Late Hon. JuMrph.
P. Caldwell. i
Tlieir lck full an I ronit'iete in ail descrip
tion, of 1'rinK, lilaek jan.l lrown DowrAir,
Lirurn ami I)rilli, lr pood in ibo tvtmtaX
utIc, Iadie' ready made muu, a E.ot beaHlifal
K-lect'u ii of Ca-wimtrs ainl Coating Pant Jeans
of all kind. Their sloei of Clothter. abirtaand
furni-'hinj: );oobi i the arjret and;mt dpira
May the union which the happy pair have ble to be found in thu market. A full and coas
command of Col. Green, and orderB were
negroe. have .ettledj to the' exclusion ef Yadkee plunderers. No people have been fujnd ui hand, to submit the matter to the
whitpa. Tho negfoes are oyer-wheloiing- so outrageously Ideal t wi h, swindled and qualified voters, and wheie. a m..i .rity of
Iv in the maioiitv.land cdnsiderei the mafetratedlriiiffwe exeen th hpohIa of llje vot- s given shall be '-forsehool taxes,"
- w t . ,af m r I, . : 7 I " J - i - I 1 I i .ti a a a . .
government ef the cdunty of right belong- the Southlj.ince: the war) as have been U WU 7, T'" au? l, ?Z.iU 'h V1 given to forward, double-quick. Very
t ; '.' ' .t i . M . , ... i , , , Pay naif the cost ot building, repairing .!,nnlv nfier Mr Dver relumed and told
Jng to them, thoughn possession of the the Indian, by he Radical government of Jia furllUhiug school houses and other
whitea pending the sjettleraent of the Kel- the Unitedj State.. They have retaliated expenses. Let those on whom the matter and lUat he thought he was the only one
log and AJcl'jneryrdimeulty. 'I wo weeks I and perpetrated many terrible crimes ; but devolves do tneir duty. who escaped, but in a few moments j
go tbey took possession ot the Courthouse these cri.ee. have been smoothed over and v-oiusuoro messenger. aftpP aiddle and his squaw were seen
hcl arrivci W or'dcLtrojed I : the records, kept in thqj darll The inoffensive white These are words well spoken. If we of within lhe picket line. From him we
It i believed Calhoin, (a rabid radical,) settlers, irhoseTwivc. and little ones have this day and generation would do .omes gathered the followingfaccouni of how the
. j .i.' ' j. I.i - ' .i.i I r , , . .A . . .i e i i t mas-acre commenced :
instigated these proceedings, and he was fallen victims to! the murderous tomahawk ihfng to stay the fearful progress of crime, f jcaci,am a trt apPl.ch to
arrested tot an examination therefor The and scalping knife of the red man, were to benefit society, aud lay the foundation I.'.a.ans, followed by General Canby
arresu caused great excitement among the charged with baviug provoked the attacks fo " a better and happier era in the future, and Dr. Thomas. Then Cap'ain Jack
u'rgroos,and the abojre telegram telja the upon their Uttlemint., because it wonld wf should see to it that the education of nde a speech asking for Hot Creek and
rest ef tu .lory. r not do toa interfere with the miserable tub ebildren is not reglected. We are . V ,!' . , J '
4 J L I ; I U ..1 1 i:! A.Jal. Jri.i,n i. child and Dorns, for a reservation. Mr.
' ; .' r" r- ! ircace pomct: oi me a imiuiairauoo ana iu mm .m i(ki iiresuun- u ,.,. , u t.,i. ti, w nnKBi.
one of my gal swarms, she must
her own hive.
just formed under siit-h dtlihiful au-iKti, be
long end pleaaaut, mjiy their jovn out weiti their j
sorrow, and mar Hu$ evening of their lite be a
blight and cheerful a thi, the morning.
w mrntmmmmmmmmm mwm mmmm a y
In this County, on the 2-th March 1S73, Mm.
Rebecca Cow an, wife J. Milton Cowan iu tho
62nd yar of her age.
In this County, on the Oih irt., after two
dnvii ilinem of cereSro nj.iiial ineninitia, Mar
garet liz:tlctli Graham, 13 year of ag-.
plete lok of Shoe, llau, lIoxeT tone Ilia
bon o; tsojjar, ColTee, MolaaK, aitd all kukdaa
M . . ' .11 . . . : - amm . . .. .i.H II. .. . i -
: i;nuia A linn iirnvn ntti fa nt i .1. . : i. t i i .... r., I. n a . . . n i ; I . i -i j i.. . .. ., r. ?
I w - - i me rouoer. ; wup were growing ncu ais k,y " luc uiwimh i icuui cuuureu. uje m giv- inni wnai lie asKen. ncimn
the J Fonutain Pump and Sprinkler, for tributing jgovelnment ' blackets and re- It . this class that demands the atteution chin told Meachain to say no more, that be
watering Shrubbery, jFlowers, and Plant. ; ceiving in ;!r?tnrn j many valuable Indian ofl our people more especially now, and it (Meacham) had said, enough upon thai
Washing windows, Gwriage. &c; Sprink- commoditie. which they appropriated to
I jig Mdo walk., and flower, and Extingn- their owit use. The peace policy of the
c j. i piiwHrn mvnL r wa Liiprpinr 4 a in m v ni nn uiriauiLcv s 11 luc; wmi uitin in u s it n nun lii w i r oinini i ii v ui i iifii i' ri' vv sum
strons.'anci was nerisiated in with ho Dur- for the accommodation of all the children pistol and snapped tlie cap at General
tworhnUofkmnnnd. The Tndiai, tliat can attend. The work should be Gauby. lie cocked his pistol again and
lXiP The attempt Uade in
tihi' Jiadttiial' 'District " bv jud'st Rhaaell I . m . , , , j ' i . . . , ..t fired, when General Canby tell dead, shot
TVJ? well understood enmmenced m earnest and prosecuted with v.. u,.1imict.i then .ho,
1DQ OUI ClWr UaillnTIL U UrMlSrC IIIC l . .... . . mm ' i - . n-? I - -
I ... .
before it Was undertaken to convince all 4al and intelligence. Meacham in tin- sh"iil.le s and head, but
i eta fools that nothing conld be effected by j VVo believe that the - Commissioners, hei still alive, lto.iton Cliai ly and ar.oth
.n.k i,mUmmm IknfoM V nxt;.v aeliool com mi tt ees. and ei uvnini n tr Roar d I er Indian shut and killed Dr. I hotnaa
ruvu uivcj iwiij.vi nnc vii. I T 7 If
rreedom of ilie Piii.s by : indicting the
Lditors of the W'ljmington Jouru.l for
exposing. the, rascality and unfairness of
Judge lioud, . must be denounced by the
.f. people and repudiatttd by the Courts The
freedom of the Prcsji must he maintained
At all haaards, especially " to expose cor
riint Judires and office-holders. 1
' Yheu tho proper time arrhresor at Uhe many iiameles. outrages perpetrated i JUSTICE IN THE SOUTH.
least nearer the trial, we .hall b.vejmore 0l, De Die8L women and children. but for I The CincinWati Eunuirerer's special
tp .ayiDU the subject. Ciari Democrat. .. , . ., U I. . , Ar , WaabJitSn dUnatch.1 ol the Hlt. aavs ; P in? 'U'owaui
I, i I... . I i , we net iuw necunoSanKee general V Z".,' .u.. nuAa.i.' train of thi. last .tateiuent
1-icwuoic proceunnj is maucioa. ana h been filled. -Nothing else ' tliat the . .. " . "Vi 2. V i " Troops are now about a mile in the
wi-if .t i . l. .1 ' s . 6 luries m the Southern States is beginning , , . . . . ,,
Vindictive lpcrsecnon by two neterwu. Indian. hive done i. o well calculated to attract much attention. The United Iva bed. lymg on their arms, and will
exeite the loyal Worth. The innumerable State. law on the subiect provide, that r-'- , . . -
uld still be cpntinued, notwithstanding f Rowan will do their duty in the prpmo-
thonaanda of tlie border settlers have beeu tipn of ibis Rood work. Let them have
brutally murdered while engaged in de- efery encoragemeiit and assistance.
i i -
velopiug ' the jcoun'ry notwithstanding
Uooker Jim chased Dyer for some dis
tance, but Dyer turned upon him with his
pistol in hand and Jini run. An Indian
knocked the squaw of lt:dd!e off her horse
and took i, but Captain Jack made him
return it, ar.d then another Indian chased
Riddle aud shot at him.
Some allowance may be made for the
Impure vaccine matter has ccadea young
woman in Maine insane.
The Woman's Conieniiial Association
of Philadelphia is to be made national.
Rochester ice dealers refuse to deliy r
ice on Sundays ibis season.
Half the honey bees of tha northwest
h ive beeu killed by the severe winter.
And Ohio congregation recently pelted
the pastor with unmarkable egg for preach
iug a tempeiance sermon.
The much-talked-of-strike by the car
penters and plasterers in Brooklyn, N. Y.
has resulted in a failure.
It costs a mm in Green Biy, Wis.,
$2 000 to speak of a woman as "that no
A father ia under arro.3f in Worcester,
Massaebnesct's, tor whipping a one year
old child for an hour ami dislocating its
James P. Wells, who lately came to
rief as the proprietor of an American
samblinjr-bouse in Pans, wns formerly a
clergyman , and pastor ef a Massachusetts
The Derby (Ct. Transcript says Mrs.
herman, the poisoner, tells the matron of
the State Prison every night, before go
ing to her cell, ''(JooJ night, mid am ; I
trust in God I shall not sea you in the
TO THE; SUFFERING.
The Rev. William II. Norton, while residing
in 15 raii 1 a a Mk-domry, discovered in thnl
land of medicine a remedy for Conumptionf
Scrofula, Sore Throat, Cough, Cold. Atlhina,
and Nervo'i eakni-KS. 1 lu rctnedr hascured
mviHrlf after all other medieine bad fallel.
Wishing to benefit the suffering, I will i-end
the recipe for preparing and uiiig thU remetly
to all who desire it Fkee uf Chakok.
Pleaite send an envelote, with vour name aud
addreiM on iL Add res,
Rev WILLIAM H. NORTON,
Feb. 27, tr. j Jiew Yurk City.
A Clergvmin, while residing in Sourh A nieri-1
a i .
ca a miMuonary, rticovcrl a Kile ana siiupie ;
remoilv for lhe Cure of Nervous eakne,i
Kiiriy lH.cay, l)iea43 of lhe Urinary and bemi-1
n ii Orpins, and the wlmle train of disorder
bro'.ilit on iv L.-iiu fnl and vicmmi ha'au. (treat
liaye been (rared by thi nob'.a rrnUy.
Their term are 4ru-fy cah and barter wit
a few excetion. Thofe who are reliable s4
priHupt iu pat ing their acvounu- It! afford theaa
pleaMire to acvouaokile. To enable them lo
ell god at clo-e price, which ley are deter- j
mined to do, lliilicy ha leen ad j pled, akre
ood are oll on lime to indivrirrnnsie rtie, ,
heavy loH- will occur fn.ni the Ilankrift and -
ll(aneteaUproviioiifl the law, and when loam '
are u4aincd by mirclUntii, ft i4'a well ataled
fact that ndi loe srf luet aiktt Jreona-
ble lo.aupp. thai -fbe lne t bf uai up as ;
far a practicable, fall cat the honest paying cu- ;
tnmer. They have oVirrfflirl lat lb I war
of doing lwine, Ly ann'at thf lowrat cak
and barter prices $nd; credit ow'maa wb is i
unwarthy dlt. j . j
TWr aiw thankful lo lleir ilailt friends and
j cnMonier for iliir very li!-ral oUai sod
t lileace, and hp tr aIirjlkmjiHiaMlvajt Uw
price io avoir wnr comiarteo uruf.
March rr tf.
XEW AXD UFRjiCTirE fTflCL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
rroi.M U-J 'v a detirelo benefit the alSicf ed aixl
unfortunate, I will end the recipe for preparing J
mm aa a
and using tin medicine, in a aeaieu envelope,
to anv one who need it, tree of duirg.
Address. JOSEPH T. IN MAN,
1 i Station D, Bible iri-e,
Feb. 27-tf. Xtv YvM City
scalawags, 'Judge Hnssell and Solicitor
CantwelL, jTMtc fortner we know but little
'about, but! judging from the character be
has made for himself since ha was eleva
ted lo the position of Judge by dint of
;ycconstrucuon aua negra iTotes, we are
incJlnerl to the opinion that his good name
(a entirely unenviable. Ganlwell, te ac.
eomDlic'e of Judge Rnssell In this villainy.
- . I . ... :. - " - '
was we ar0 informed, a Confederate officer.
' , - - I' 1 . ' . l u
Vjfow long we kuow not. jAfter the war,
he did like Starbnek and plUf arc aaid
. f t 4 1 . .1 I U .I..1I l.n A ..r a - as n.n.lt
crimes oi; niuroer. ana rapine iuey nave --- 'T.1" trooos which can be brought into activr
-.l.:-.. .!. MOWiii accoroaiice wiui me oiaie laws . ... , ,. j ., ,
. .! J. I . . ... 1 rejrulatinir the selection of iuri(
Spying oiaue ioyai ..uary goveruor wcUee Ut prevaileJ 61llce 1868 in Norlb
regulating the selection ot juries ; but the Tr5' anu " 18
L-.!. i .:i.i toco i v-.i. Ithe Modoc war.
of North aud $outh Garolina. All their ana sath Carolina, for the United States . Mr
- i l i.'ir f i !.!. ir..j l r. . i. 1 mo.
oiner crimes paie inw lnsigniacaoce ue- Jiarsnai lopacKiue r uuerm jmit ;or uic
j-Ji;!ljjLl I i rial f orimnt writb npirrnpa and in vpnnm
sme mis, jananey re now, to oe exier- tv" i r e , : .
of darkness. Theie are here about GOO
believed they will end
Meachaui is not exp. eled to aur
minaled. Alasp the Poor Indian ! Why
did they cpinmit this great mistake I As
long aa tjhey confined their murderous
crusades to the people of Texas and the for
eign settlers they were not to be moleatcd.
ed Radical partisans, and excluding all Corporal paui?hment doesn't go down
decent white citizens.. In Other' quarters in English schools. A schoolmaster tried
some respect has been paid to the State his cane on oue of bis pupils in Sooth
laws, and as the Stale Uw of Maryland Stafford recently, for which he was fined
excluded negroes from Juries, the United ten pounds aud costs, and ordered to the
Stales Attorney-General told a delegation cells until the money shall he paid.
. In Vicksbnrg, a few day ag-, two hi i c'
women. Hosa D.mt and Violet Carter,
fouzht a dur-l with butcher-knives. The
fiirht was short, aud Vi del Carter died ot
her wound. mi abovt an h ur. Her anta
gonist was mortally wounled.
The Baltimork Slxdehs. The
INtt ol'ihe iikiIhmI ."4oaei v oi ile4 teof
Nort h Carol iuj will 1 he'd iu ST A TICS VI LL.K,
N. C, MAY -'7 i ll,1 17:; at II njn.
' vcnt::fj MtJicu; SwClclV, N. C.
M iBhed: HVw Lo1 Ilrw Rmlorid.
j i t ..,h. t.-w .- !' ai'-
e.."jr. If e ;a rl .1 r a
t4c rtii kkl xmr (ti i tii fikrh- ft
vol utMr m.l u i.-e Ta Vr l arlh ri
al lnr'.-jr. l-n ! vj . M.rrt.-, ; a o
C jiarn. x. i-fL'f-v fa Frra, tae.d lr ft f nii-
rr".' i i . J.-t aviuit mu ui.;
fcr l it ?. H tU 4.aU y. 'I
1m u:r l".; " a 'lr jr"fr t" wet -f , a.cc-.
I'm' itf a wr l-tf Kiiwi) . . c .a ti I.-" Im '1
leair. c-rri !' tH 'ft k . iril r.Urr'-
Baltimore papers deny mot emphatically "fc rri. . U. c iu. 4,n a .i-t f
- i . e t i . i l l Ufi ifn iMw.it J.lrf li lis i4l ;
any foundation For the articls telegraphed ,.,r.M.ri'.it.ri.j . r
(mm iliii cif v fiiai n.ir rrf tn one nf I tMr $ ! tll m tmm baa
our daily papers, "'hinting at tig!illul im-1 to.eaa cai. i .a ain rid p -any 44 .
morality in Maryland young ladies' U.rd - WC. re-S: Seat,
ing sehools, the details of which are said AdJr,.iu. Tw.ir a t M
to evidence an extent of debaucbuy and i27R.rrTf ew York,PotifioaDoa,4 58C
depravity absolutely appalling. . April 17 tC ..
are now receiving at tlieir Store, tittlr tarjre a4
well fctieied n:vxk ot .riiir and SemiDcr JLwudV,
Conitiiig of Dry (ioolis, Naiony Ibdy-taiede
Cloi ii'u.,: of tiie verr liet Stvle. Ilardvarw.
ANNUAL8 MEET- ' Urooerie. IWji and bhoea. Hat Iadiea and
ticiit, in fjet all gooifs which are nauaily kepi
in a fim cb Ceier4l Stork which they
elling low fur CaUt buyer. . AI we ak t t
you to call and examine our aloe i before pur
chaaing clewbere. J J j
We return our aineere lhanV fc.r paat (rom
and hoc by fair dealing and atrk.'t slteiilioe
buiiea to nurit ar iticreaae j 1
AU kind of produce taken at the higbeel
uixrkit price iu exrtuinre for r-4d. I
BUHNilAUUT d: SON'S, f
Bargains! Bargains ! ! i
In order to makf rw.tu for! roy Sprinf
stork, I am compelled to sell ff iy re
maining 1) inter I VMrfc censisimg
KEADV MADE tZilMUKG. HATS.
1MTH. AND SHOES, iiall of ebick
G 11 EAT BARGAINS are g) ri. j
VICTOR WALLACE, f
Feb. 6, if t !