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news and Comment.
The papers aoy that ex-Senator Joshua Hill,
o7rU; h purchased a fine house in Wash
j ligton City- The effects pf bat1 pay. f j
Mifi Jeannie Patterson is in Washington
tnty. .-: ; . v I . -f
Thji Chicapee Mill, at Springfield hate been
burned.; The Iom is very heavy. 1 About eight
hundred hand are thrown out of employment,
laoBlly girl. . . . ; f'
The gOTrnmnt nold tnillion and a half of
c2j4 W &turfal.u'.; jr rs'
' Ur. Burkeray wood," of Baleigh, say the
tSenlinit has been selected by the American
Medical Society to report on the Climatology
n'nd epidemics of North Carolina to the Twen-
I 'iburth Annnal Session ojf that body, which
vill bo held 4n St. Louis. I Mo , on the 6ih of
ilay prox. ; . . j
A train near Boston, (lnt gafnrday, went
llirough a bridge at the Richmond nwitch.f Six
tiirs burned and 13 peraons killed. Six todies
I I ate been recovered. The accident was.cauHed
by die freshet. J
I Henry Fralick jas hanged last Friday at
Hyracuae, K. for Uie murder of Peter Shofter.
A diopatch ' from Washington City, dated
April 19th lnst,'aays after two days gluing the
ouoc uea to me nu.s souui-weH u,
beds.' They took.butone scalp, i The soldiers
tjook four,- including Scarfaced Charlie. Lieut
!agan wa wounded in the arm. The Warm
spring Indians fottght well,; stealing upon the
Modocs and ever ready to take and hold any
iul vantage. The total federal loss is ten wound
ed and five killed. ' Eight Indians are known
t be killed. The Modocs are traveling towards
Willow Springs, j Tlie cavalry with their Warm
Spring Iudian allies are in pursuit with three
chrys rations.-It is feared the Modocs will divide
tip into small, bands and greatly damage the
jeU)eni. A. captured Squaw says John Schon
i bin who, was wounded by Comuiissioner
Meacham is dead. f
Later. A Yreka dispatch-says Scarfaced
Tliarlle had his leg broken in the fight and was
killed' iy a private cavalryman of company
j'-k. 'The Warm Spring Indians founcj a half
uoten wounded 31odocs under the rockand
Ncaipedtheni. f A correspondent had his ear
dipped by a Modoc biillet. 1 f
lzThe Carlist movement, to restore the Simnish
monarchy, seems to be' substantial I v at an end.
From almost every point, now, we are receiving
dispatches announcing serious le verses to their
arms, while not a few of them are laylrig down
thcii arms and suing for pardon. So the great
unwashed Dan1 Sickles, be will likely to con
gratulate the SpanUh peo 1 again on the happy
prospects' of .the permanent establishment of a
Republic. ' jl J '
The destruction of San -Salvador is lonfirm
td. The population, numbering forty Uiousand
are ruined. Every city within fa radius of
twenty miles sufferedmore or less. The shocks
continued from 4thlio the! 19th of March, when
l.he climax was reached. Fortunately such
ciluens as had not left the city were living in
tlje plazas. Hence theloxs "of life, though great
was much disminished.- T)ie hotel Del Plaque
! and the Government palace only are left stand
ing.1 The loss m estimated at twelve million
ilollars. The aggregrate loafoflife is fire thous
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i , Two of tlie worst bands of the Apaches in
j Arizona have submitted unconditionally They
i have defied the Government for twenty years,
lit two hiuidred of their warriors bejing killed
last campaign, dispirited them. Gen Crook ac-
! cepted their surrender. The chiefs promised to
j Bcndword to outside parties. Gen. Crook gave
j passes to runners, spreading the news of peace,
i The epizootic has nearly subsided in Arizona.
And all the stage lines are runing. j ;
Work commenced on the Texas and j San
i Diego Railroad on Tuesday. 1
i IP Pib nono who has been seriously ill is
said to be recovering. ' " ! i
j Prof. Baird, United Sates coramiKsior.er of Fish
j and Fisheries, has just dispatched Beth Green
1 and; four ittendanU to AugiuU Geoip'a, for the
purpose of tliere commencing the wrk of shad
j liatching, with a view of restoring the Southern
j and Western waters. After the seasfon closes at
' j Augiwta, Mr,, Green will proceed I.iC orthward
(continue Itiaj. labors successively at Newbern.
, Veldon, Fredericksburg.! AYashing(on and oth
; er localities.! A ortion of the fih hatched out
f will be placel in the rifer at eacH particular
! station, and others will be transmitted by rail
to adjacent fraters. both on the Allanlic coast
! ahdin the Mississippi valley. J; ,
j A XT. 8. soldier was run over and killed by
' the trafti a jRfwdays ago at Charlotfe.
J Mr. HeorV Clapp, of IGuiUbrd fnnty, was
j found dead iu.-ttte woods about four hundred
yrda from his house, a few days ago. lie died
It in cam, iioi uyuricn 1HU1CICU Dy 1'etcr and
Alson Sllaley.' JIL liitledog was with him vhen
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The Injaaclion case, State vs. Richmond and
Danville Rail Road, which was argued at Ral
eigh las week, was decided by Judge Albertsoir
at xrord, Pti C, last Tuesday. TJhe injunction
... vviiiiiiiku, nnu uv ui.no ui aunii varoiina is
required to give security for fifty thousand dol
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j Dispatch from Lincoln, Xeb., April 22nd savs
j .ie ursi iraiR lor ine wt-eK on t lid Jiurlington
. aadMiouri Road, arrived to-dayl The worst
i ftorra everj known has preyailed Men were
frozen to death within two rods of their hdtwe
. while trying to get the stock in. Many women
j and children were frozen. The destruction of
j horses and cattle is great. Gullies! on the rail
road were filled with snow as hard' as ice.
lj In ay. riot at Frankfort, Ky., twelve persons
were killed and about forty wdiuided.
I m w iiww nwcu i.iiv me Aigaoo isaisns are
still in the Lava Beds.
Here is te latest from the seaf of war the
Modoclndian war, about which we have beard
r lunch of late. The dispatch is dated lava beds
H.nday last, and. says a park train? with 21 men
were attackted at the head Long Cave. The men
sheltered themselves behind rocks. X)ne was
killwl and one ! wounded. The train was fired
into upon etitering the lava beds and again when
Jt returned. The Modots crept withlnj 80 rods
rjjnd",Brcd 'at the picked, and snt a volley
tji rough the camp. Major Thomas sent a shell
nmong thera when they disjiersed Theie were
eleven Indians in theattacking party. The
WsrVi Spring-Indiana will jstari to hunt the
Modoca, but ijieyi are scattered in small paitiea.
The roads arej not safe to Yreka, and the coun
try is in great foment. '
LATEK.sjr lFacedOiarbey is-notykiitei
It is thonght that smaH parties of IctiodtVil
rahl around tlie opuhtry to secure good bon
while a sufficient nnmber will remain in the lava
beds to keep the troops employed.. The cavalry
has returned, hating failed to find the trail.
Col. Perry traveled 80 miles, making round
the lava bcds
x he ncxi jcair. as we u
i air, as we
Ociober 7thj, Bib, 9th aod 10th.
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Bociation is in die condition, well officered,
and fully qup to snuff." i The premium
list which will be large and attractive' ii
being rapidly made out and will be pub
lished soonj. ' Ahogetber j tbo, alUbary
Fair promises t be one of the best, it not
the beet, in the State daring the "jjrear. J
We bopti thef farmers will exert them
selves, as w u learn that the premiums in
their eparfroeil especially, will amply
remunerate them fur such extra 'pains as
they may tike
Maj, ReIjbk Witsoari - This gallant,'
one-legged 1 Confederate soldier was in!
Chailuue last keek. He was iudicM
several years ago for an assnlt upon Star
buck, District Attorney. Thb heroic Star
buck has ittid a noble revenge.' rlji imi4
ij"gg,l the maimed soldier-five
lhf.(nre Court ai an eXDenee t0 ,lm 0
$1,500, and each time had the trial post!
jKined 1 The Major has at last got rid ojf
the vexatious sujit, the Federal j Court at
Greciisbord deciding that it had no jurist
diction. Southern Home. j
We'hardly know which to blame mogj.
Starbuck or Judge Brooks; We think
the part taken I in connection with thja
matter disreputable to latter as a; JadgeJ
About the titde of this unfortunate af-
fair, their liwas .
a bitter libelotis article
is bed in a Haleigh paper
written and pub
concerning it. 1
lie author of the art icle was
demanded and Judge Brooks, j we wei e
informed, assumed its authorship!. Thi,'in
connection! with bis aion hero, werespet
fully submit was extra judicial, Vsay t
least of it.
We visited Salisbury this woik. Court
was in seseinn tit that place Cloud pn
the Bench hn i's of the proportions phy
sieally abd wfears black clothes we
got a glimpse ofjhim from' the front door
we think we could suggest an improve
raent in his toil let. ) !
Salisubry is a great place -it is siinatcd
at the confluence of the Western N. C. ll
R and MKay'jj mill pond and has im
proved greatly sjince its first settlement
itjs "supplied wijh gas and water. Tlie
Gas Works aftf at the Depof and the
Water Wrks in the public sqntre. The
pump works bjf water and has a large
wheel on ip, which.is kept chained and
locked, tojkeep' it from runing itself dry.
They diinK a gfeat deal of water in Sal
isbury. The streets are wide and well
kppt and they jarc not afflicted with tlhe
Nicolson i jpavemeiit. The Mercliauirof
Salisbury jdo a lijirge, heavy, thriving np
sperous, profita$le, wholesale and retail
business. 1 hejl get trade from all part
of the Sta especially from Concord a'ud
States ville! reason w by they advertise
liberally, column after column. We cnll
ed to see BruneiSc Stewart of the Watch
man. Brnner jby the way is hne of he
handsomest men we ever saw,' to be an
editor. Stewar , is also handsotpe, bqi, t (
a different! type j of beauty he is slhth
Freckled, and don t wear nosd classes.
The Watchman is one of the oldest pa-
pers in iur . oiaie ana sounu to: tne core.
As an evidence bf the prosperity of tin
Merchants of that Tn Wt Vtrhnsi full.:
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that ho issues wfceklv a larse advertising
sujiplement and expects to issue a qqin
tuple Btieet, nncjci witn nothing but Salis
bury a rtiemeu's-the v ry town ohows
the sign o,f liberal -advertising -j-almost a
matter of impopf ibility to get wailed on
in any ot jh' Stqrep-.everylhiiigrvidehcep
prosperity in Salisbury - it is always the
case when the business men advertisi as
liWrally as the da there. Tliev intend
connecting Salisbury with Calabria,! by
means or a canal from McKay a pond
the work! is now in progress aud w ill be
of incalculable benefit tn the Town.
Salisbury has pne fof ihe best! Hotels in
thetatej the VBiown Uouse,'' kepi by
C d. ( S. Boyden, it is named after Mr.
Jsat Brown, fprmely a promioet lawver
of that place, and also a handsome m m,
and nowj Judge" of the Supreme Court.
Col. Boyden knows his business tt hi
lloupe wS built for a Hotel. Therew af
at one tipe a 1 'First National Hotel, in
Salisbury kept by different parlies in the
interest 6! tne Uovtrnmeiit it has I
ever, surrendered its character, and is
hi mo -''v-" repairs. i
the Masonic Lodge m Salisbury
Neave holds thje gavl in the Flask They
lave i limoft rn:guinceut Lodge room
floor, covered wjth th-i finest B u-sela; ear
pets, cealinga frt scoed aud the furniture
of the most elegant and elaborate charac
ter the fVnitre jof the style of ijjouie
XIV.. Tne Lodge was crowded; with mem-
oers, a very uiocuit matter to get a seat.
They hive an Odd Fellows jLodge and
ixood lemplar in abundance. A sudden
death created a stir there a few ilnys.
Y uey uoitsaqjuxer had taken "too much
his coffee," and died from the
it some firw who knew no bet
ter, attempted to. attach blame td Mr
Snider fat jeciinj him from his pliicc of
business bnt the Corouera jury ha set
tle tuattnatteri ,-4
They summonded Dr. George Iagan
of the Slansioiwho could findjnotbijig on
or about-tlie body to show that he had
received rough usuzc from Mr. Snider
Snider is too well know n kind hUrtwt
eren leman 'o be euilty of anvthin? ot
the eortl Wiley was well known tn the
commuity, andl was exceedingly disagree
able and boisterous when drunk, but of a
clever disposition when sober he has
nanaea in his fcuecJts, and ua gone "into
that war from which there is no1 discharge"
let his virtues oulv be snoken of. We
got a great many subscribers tn SaJiehnry
also a great many , advertisements. The
SalUbujrgers, ilways encourage aoj new
enterpriseexamine onir colnnjnsolosely
rea.d the Saliabnry advertisements, and
when any of the Sck readers ever du go
jtojSgUsVary,; bny nnlf- from, those who
djertie.- Concord Sun. -.
f &&", When our sanctum was honored
the other day bjr a visit from the distin
guished author, poet and philosopher, who
in his capacity as editof-ila-chier of the
Sun corps wrote the above, it did not oc
cur to us that he was iff search of materi
Bjls for a paragraph on aesthetics, nor did
we imagine that so many remarkable and
peculiar features in bur municipal economy
Iro.ttld snggest themselves to his eagle eye.
lad we supposed that it was the iatcn-
ion of our amiable and extremely compli-
entary friend to criticise our physiogno
V and immortalize onr town br p-ivin
. o o
it such honourable mention ui the columns
of that setless Sun whose beams are de
stined to lighten our remotest posterity,
we would have put on our standing collar
and a pair of spurs with bells ou them and
that jaunty cap which is so ornamental to
friend Harris's countenance and we would
have ordered out the horse marines, who
are stationed at McKay's pond together
with a jews-harp band anJ' Col. Boy den's
gong, to escort our distinguished visitor
over the city and show biqr the vaiious
points of interest. But we failed in our
manifest duty, because; alas f we knew
uo better. If our eulogistic neighbor will
notify us in advance of bis next visit, we
promise him that he shall be received with
I he honours of war and made the gnest of
the jcity during his stay, and that he shall
hbe mounted on a snow-white charter ajid
accompanied by troops of admiring small
boys whenever he makes excursions to ihe
navy yard, the fortifications or the jane
tion. . j
But we think that the v&it had better
be postponed until after Court adjourns,
otherwise the Sun might be temporarily
obscured by a Cloud.
THE LOUISIANA TROUBLES.
The constant and unwarranted inter
ferenceof ihe administration in the affairs
of the Southern Stales, hi order to secure
the offices to its partisans and to build
np a mongrel party of carpetbagger and
negroes, has caused nearly all the difficul
ties and outbreaks that have occurred
That is certainly the cnuae of the bad con
dition of affairs now existing in Louisiana.
It is somewhat curious, by the way, that
lite parish in which the late disturbances
iccurred should bear the nam of Gran',
aud that the town in which the collision
between the whites and backs took place
should bear thu name of Colfax f
We gave yesterday, as we could gath
er them, the facts conncectv-l with the
collision, but there were sonic anterior no-
ctirrrnces to which we did not refer. We '
find thera stated in the NewN i k Journ
al of commerce. That paper sayc ii an
editorial sketch of the unfortunate nffiir :
We have diligently examined all sources
of information nt our disposal, and aro
forc.ed to believe th it the negro party be
gan the affray by deeds of organized vi,i
lence. It ia a most unfortunate fict f.r
the negroes if this is true ; for ihe colored
race has. its hosts of sincere' friends at the
South and at the North who deeply regret
that they should ever take the initiative
in bringing on a conflict fraught with
such terrible consequences to the blacks,
andnullifying every honest i ffort which
is made to convert the freednum Into a
good and useful member of the communi
ty. ; The negroes, as we collate the facts,
began their armed outrages as far b.tck as
7lh inst. They congregated in mobs,
broke open houses, stole goods and wear
ing apparel and ordered estimable citizens
to leave town with ten miuntes under
pnalty of death. They killed the cattle
and hogs of white people for miles around.
I hey toarded at nmer and robbed her ba
con and floor. For pome days th-y kept
the region roundabout in a s'atc of terror.
THE MODOU FOZITUESS.
Professor Hayden, in charjre of the
United States expedition for the geologi
cal purvey of the Territories, who last
year visited ihe lava beds in Oregon now
occupied by ihe Modoc Indian, informs
a reporter of the Evening Star that the
lava beds are an outflow of volcanic matter
fa ming a perfect sea of melted rock which
iu gradually cooling, became broken.
Innumerable little streams have worked
heir way through and ihe whole nlace is
filled with caverns. Often times they
connect with one another, and extend for
miles under ground. They very iu length
from fifty to five or sit hundredleet. The
entrances to them are generally very small,
and, then fore, can be easily d fended.
ihe lava beds comprise from fifty to
oofc htwJfSjl sqo. ire mile?. It will ie a
nimcnu tuing m surrouiul the Modocs. and
there is great danger of their eluding our.
troops on account of the familiaiity of the
Indian with the lava be4. Z' u,
The MJocs are the sain n as the Di"v
ger Indians, and liv npon ihe rabbits;
snakes, . mice, and all kinds of bugs and
insects which are found in the cavcs.'
Decided at LAsr. Most of yester
day was occupied in the Federal Court in
hearing the case ot the United. States vs
Mj. U ilson, Mitchell and Beard, charg
ed with conspiracy under the ku klux act
(or ansault on Mr Starbuck at Salisbury
iwp years ago.
An effort wis made by Solicitor Lusk
to h ive the case continued, but this the
Judge refused to grant iu as much as the
defendants were entitled to it. -
After hearing the evidence, and argu
'I'tuk ui counsel OIL.UOU1 sines. juare
Dick charged the jury in a full, clear and
pointed manner, that in his opinion the
case did not come under ihe provisions
of the kuklux act on which the indictment
wa drawn, and belonged properly to tlio
Stale courts, where it could be tried, aud
not to the ederal court which' bad no
jurisdiction in the premises. . ; ....
i Thus ends, afterdraggins: its slow lenjrth
along for two yars, this miserable burles
que of justice, which ai ever should have
found its way to the dockets of a Fedrra!
conrt. Greensboro' Patriot.
j NGj MOKE FJtEE XtfHANGES.
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The Regulations Under Ike, New Postal
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The ! fost-office Gazette for A pril, p ab -lisheel
at Washington, IM the following
important reminder to publishers i
: The attention of publishers is called to
the necessity of arranging their business
to couform to ihe postal regulation cutting
off the transmission , of free mail after the
10th of June.; Attached to the appropria
tion bill for the Post office Department at
the last session is the following : !
"Provided, That all laws and parts of
laws permitting the. tiansmission by mail
of an free matter whatever be, and the
samejare hereby repealed"? fiom' and klttr
June! 30lh; 187j - K '- :-
, This law will exclude all exchanges
between publishers, and weekly newspa
pers wlpch are printed in the county wh re
delivjered, frnni fete circulation. Ilegular
postage must be paid, as provided for
other matter of this class From and af
ter tejSOth of June, then, newspapeis
aud Ueriodials tiovr sent free wilt Wind.
ject lb ihe following quarterly rates, of pos-
t-i era .' ' !
Jvot exceeding 4. ounces. in weight, sent
to auy lpart of the United States, weekly,
5 cents ; semi-weekly, 10 cents ; tri-week-ly
IGcents; six times a week, 30 cents; daily
35 ee nt sivf Exceeding '4 "ounces and not
exeetdiug 8 onnees, 10, 20,30, 60, and 70
cent, j- Exceeding 8 ounces and not ex
ceeding 1$ ounerYl5, 30, 45, 90 cents,
and S1 05. . Exceediug 12 ounces and
not exceeding lb ounce, 20, 40, 60 cents,
$1 20 $1 40.
Tilfc JIODOC It seems that these
ferociotis4f'iVv-igesrdo' not Ifve 'by buhtliig,
bnt that they are root-eaters, thu forming
an exception to ihe rule which assigns
moU'eatcr's to the lowest clisa of Indians.
Thev 'are said to have some proud tradi
tions and fnspiii.ig legends. The Missouri
IiepiiVlicdn, w hich seems well ve rsed iu
their; history, relates ihe following;
Not far, from where l hey now stand at
bay they point to a high mck upon which
a baijcl ol their warriors was once beleagur
ed. j All retreat being cut off, and no es
cape; possible except br volcnlary dtath,
the Alodocs stood up in Hne upon the
brink of the dizzy precipice, sang their
dealhong wiih deliam gesiuies in full
view of i heir enemies on the plains below,
locked their hands and sprang Huh a shout
of triumph to instant .death.
SjiiXS OF Ddatd. The A?ac,emy of
Sciences of Paris, in IS70, offered a pi ire
f 20r000 francs for some simple and posi
tive sign of deaih, which any non-profes-sional
person could understand and apply.
The inost praciical and nlifacfory one
given '(says the British Medical Press aud
Circular) is mentioned in a late number
of Vircliow's Arcliiv. Ij depends upon
the fact that, no matter how profound the
syncope or how deathlike ihe person may
appea-, if ihe circulation t-oniiuiirs. how"
erer feblv, the :iersfii is not dead. Ail
that ps necessaiy, lliep fore, is to tic a
string li.nily around the finger of ilie sup
phsed corp ; if iIm hlomi circuhiles in the
least, the whole li sgcr, from ilu; string to
the lip, will swell and gem-rally turn a
bluiilj rl-' This test is exceedingly rim-
pio auu conclusive, .y
Diseases of the Bkajn Lecture
BY l)R.' BkOWN'-SkQ'.JAUD. A large
number of tlie medical fraternity of It -ton
assembled in the ball of the building of
ihe Society of Natural History on Satur
day ; veiling, to hear the vi -w.s of D .
Brown Seqnard upon the dieaeii f the
hraiit antl the ir piienomena. The lecture
ii pf an interesting character, and a
generous round of applause greeted the
ppeakei at its conclusion. 1 he fnl ..m ukt
s an extract imm I lie Adi crltscr $ report :
Epih p?y, when caused by a moral state
f the nerves, can be reduced by irritation
f those nir a' in the w eak si.le on the
8aiu principle that the inhaling of carbo-
uic acul might stop resptratien by irrita
ting' the fibres of the lungs. He had U5td
carbonic acid for many purposes, notably
severe neauaciie, ana Had never known
the 'remedy .o fail but in one instance : in
caes of epilepsy it might also be made of
great service. un regard to the t M et
of btie pait of ihe body upon, another, Dr.
Siquard mentioued that in a ca.e ol spinal
epUj-psy a negro accidentally pineludoue
of hU great toi s and found im mediate rc
lief i bo in cases of epilepsy, where the
neaa was suUdetuy turned round the fit
wa!a; stonncd. He regretted th .'it t In Innn.
, cj . . .
graphy of the bexly was so little kno.vn af
yet, a. id .ke i.i i, higfn-si teiuiKoi
eau;tT7.i' jr on th- I. cad or between the
shoulder f tr ej.il-nsv While it was not
yet Kii it V hertuo a pply cuuuter-in itant .
which tie coiiiiieri:.i a p.-rh-ot cure for
conia, he recommjendi-d his audience lo try
ine vaiiou. trcauneuu pu"it-(i. .uxl lv
comparing uo'.r -r on the result they would
adit greatly to medic fl i;)fiiinatioii.
Davidson has ICS sludcut iu
atlemUijte Jfc , t ' .
Tne colored t' ot!o of the State aro to
have a j leiuprnfHc'e cniiveuti n nt New-
oeiii on tin- rnsr-v etin sway in June
Miki- R.wchrii: Feler.il soldier was tun
over lV ihe care a! CharSiHlce no Ftwliv
night la'ft and 'horribly niultilnled. lie
nui iiim a it .urn.
jTIh Ivtn Im i f.ril Vindicator has U-en
reiuovefl to Newjliern. Wtj'lru'st that this
"new d- p iniire'twill provtj profitable aud
agreeable lo th uirlhy editor.
3;Mr. William Killian was killed in fia-
Ion county imi "ihe"lil inst.,: by having his
leg caught in ilm wheel aud being turn-,
ing over upon him. -
j Governor Vance is to deliver ihe JIe
morialiAddii-rk :it L'hailolti- Uid. II t'
Jblies. ofCliailcjtKC. ii lo deliver the ad-
aressnt ilorgauton, ai:d Uol.,1. A. (iilu er
at (iieosboro. Who will delivtr ihe ad
dress iu llah ih.
! The J. fferson Messenger says that
Arjuila Draugher slabbed Steven Pew
thiee times with a knife ir Ahe county
on Saturday last. It also lays :
j IWe learn from good aut lority that '.he
Stpgg's Creek Church was' burned las l
Saturday night. The fire as accidental.
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I An Iowa minister, convicted of stealing
Bibles, amuites himself in jail by butting
Ivia' hivid dlV.i.il ttirk urall i rJl V.aatttirv litm
ecu witn a club.
! t t . . i
Ku Klux Cases at jStatesville
A2CD AsnKTiLLE.-I have information
from official sources,- hldi" ahthorixes: mo
to say, thst, if .ih'fefidaiii in Kn Him
cases do lint attend ii II, 8: Courts at
Stat --ville and A'hvillrt at the next terms
no-forfciturcs will be eJiJotecd ifiht parr
ties will give traii l on recirg.iizt new be
fore, a U. S. Coniniiitnert-with 90 tlays
after these Courti,f,r ihere'appearauco at
the Fall terms. -v ;:4-.. r-::J.-
None of the defrndints1 in .these Ku
Klux cases ne d go to Siitesvilie or Ashe
villo at the appruaihiug terms of U. S.
Court. ' I
April 12h, 1373. i
' "Give ue a Cuaw.'1-TIio. Utica
Herald has discovered, that "it is unlaw-
ful tor tobmcco chawers to give a cluw.
Tin- U uiied States internal revenue allows
no person or persons to aell or dispose of
tob tceo in any form, no m titer how small
or Imw great the bulk, without paying
first a license of five dollars." ;
We are told that ''a Boston girl who
wtis married four years ago iu a dress
worth 5 000-way now be seen rplititig
her own kfndlirfg'.'aud - doing' hr owu
washing," To' us the only 4 wonder. is that
she hSisany kindling to split or any wash-,
ing io do- -i V . . , L' . ;
half alive. ; r
It is a sad thing to pass through life only
half alive. Yet there are thousaud whoe
hahttural couditin isine of lauguor and de
bility. They complain of rio disease; they
suffer iio poa-'tivw paint bat they hav uo re
lish for anything which affords mental or
seusuous pleasure to their ul'ore robust aud
energetic fellow-beings. f
In nine cases out of ten this state of lati
tude aud topor arises from a morbid stomach.
Iudigestion destroys the euergy of both miud
and bJy. When the waste ofuature is not
supplietl by due and regular assimilation of
f hmI, very organ is starrej. every function
Now, what docs eoinm u sense suggest no
der these eircumstauces of depression ? The
sjtem ueeds rousing and strengthening ; not
merely for an hour .r two, to sink aft V
warda iutoa more pitiable state thau ere r (jjs
itassuredly would do if an Ordinary alrolnd'ic'
stimulant raa resorted to), but rbJicallfaud
How i this desirable object to he acconi
plished ? ThenusweTtthispiejli..ii. f.iund
ed on the unvarying experience of a quarter
of a century, is easily jjivett. Iufue new vi
gor into the digestive organ by a r.ur?e of
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters. Do not waste
time in administering temporary remedies,
but wake the "jstein'up by recuperating the
f .nntaiu head of phyica!trenghth ami ener
gy, the great orgau upon which all the or
ga s tleptMiil fortheir nurture and tuj.jM.rt.
Hy the time that a dozen doses of I borate
vegetable t.in-3 and in vibrant have b--:i
taken, the feeble frame f t!ie Jyspejtie w ill
beyin lo ft el its benign i -llaeure. Apj-etite
i!l be created, an l with appetite the ra:aei
ty to dijfet what it rrave. I'.Thev. re nntii
the care is complete innil healthful 1.I....J.
tit to be the inaN-ria! .f ll.-sii a d inu5e!. bone
and nerve and brain. 11 -ws tKrotili the chaii
neb of circulation instead of he w.iti-ry p.ihu
hnu with which they have heretofore been
' i . .
TO THE SUFFEKIXG.
Tlie Rev. Vi!!i:im II. Xortr.n, while reridin
in llrazil a a Miinn.iry, dicoverel in tlt.t
land of ineiliciueM a rvinotly for Couunitin,
Scrufnla, .Sore Throat, C'otijrba, Cold, Axihma.
and Xervon WeakuenA. Thi rcineiy hacured
inym'lf after all o;her nitilicint- had failed.
VU!ii to benefit the miiS'term;;, I will nd
llie recipe for preparing and tisin t liia rcraedr
io all who d ex ire it Kke uv Ciiahck
Ilcase mrnd an envelope, with your name and
address on it. Addre-,
llw WILLIAM II. NORTON,
Felt. 27, if. yrtc York CUv.
A Clergyman, while rcidin$: in South Ameri
ca a miionary, liscoverel a afe and simple
renanlr for the Cure of Nervous WeAknex,
1'Iarly Decay, Disean? of the Ifrinary and Semi
rtal Organs, and the whole train of disorder
broHght on by hanefnl and vicious habit, tireal
nuialten have been cured by thU noble renieIv.
rrompteil by a desire to beiielit the afliictfl and
uniortunate, I will nend the recipe for preparing
and using this rat-dicine, in a sealed envelope,
to anv one who need it, Free of Chary.
Address, JOSKPII.T. IN MAN,
Station D. Ilible Ilon.e.
Feb. 27-tf. Xrw YnrL-City
rOR ALL. WHO ARK" WILLING TO
I WORK Ail v
ex. can unke from Sl0to$o0 icr week, at
nome or in connection with other bumneM.
anted by all. Suitable to either Citv or Coun
try, and anv aeaon of lh rear. Tlia i a r.r.
opportanity for lhoe who are out of work, and
..nt ..f ... I. : i .. .. i . i-
u v wuuci, iu m.iitc an inoei:iHU-ui living.
.o capuai oeinji required. Uur pamphlet,
"oic to make a Licing giving full inl ruction,
sent on receipt of 10 cent. 'Addwa, A. I5UK
TON A CO., Morruania, Weslcheater Co N. Y.
r p'Tt'Cwcrjwhoretollournew and novel
.IUIjA 10 Embroidering Machine, aendfor II
W TRII,,w,rt1 Circular, lo the McKce
" ' 1 ""Manufactunns Company, 309 Broad
way, New . York. .
HIK PAItLOlt CO.TIPANI-N.
Every Ljidy'wanu one 1 i
Every Man ought to have one! ! .
Sent oa receipt of Ten Centa. Addrc, I.. F.
IIVIP . If. 1ft". P .1. ' -V. 1
it x ljmu aw i j-i oevenin Avcnne, .ew lora,
Sent nn reeemt ol eta. ifnin'n 'rnt- A
HOM.TOI VI.UiriTIIIHllliiii :
Publishing lloue, 30 Veaey Street, New York.
TIIK I'LCKVVI II 120 P"ltrABL
F.IJIILY frHI'H 7I4C'I1'M ON 30
L).it IriAl ; man advantage over all. Satis
faction guaranteed, or 20 refunded. Sent com'
plete, with full direction. 3 Ceckwith Sewin
Machine Co 802 Broadway, N. Y.
TTTT1 TJHOT TlT.AgmTn TTtTToei
Aa I important Intention. It reUiiu the Rupture
at all timea, and under the hardest exercise or
ieveret Mrain. Jt u worn With comfort, and
if on night and day, effect a permanent cure in
a few" weeks. Sold cheap, and aent by .Mail
when reanetited. circulars frde. wlu-nnhlxml K.
letter aent to The Elantic Triiiw Co, No. C33
uroauway, . . Citv. wjlnnir ur Metal
Spring Tru&-eH ; too painful thev Rlipofftoo fre-
quemrr. ., ...
We acknowledge the receipt of a package
containing various t lower ;eeda (root W.-1)
Dimoa, J r & Co Seedmen and FloriiOa, BrooK
Thd Seetl buftinem ia crrowinsr ranilr. roirU
year large amounts of capital is being invested
in it ; and the returns must, of course, be tempt
; Notice i hereby given, that I will sell st pub
lic aiictioa, at the Conrt Uonie door in the Town
orHaluUirr, on. Monday Ui ITih day of Ma v.
1873ral 1? o'clock, M. ',- .-
All tbe note, accounts and chnnes In action
belonging to the estate" of John P. Clin-nian.
. JOHN S. HENDERSON.
April 24 tf. Awixnee.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
j REAL JE STATE.
Notice is hereby jjiren, that I will sell at pub
lic auction, at the Court IIoae door in theTown
of Sajubury, on Monday the Hhh day of May,
1873,;at Ii o'clock Mn the followinr property
btlot.'giiig to the estate of John A Holt, Bank
rupt? 1. Two lou in Ihe Wt Ward of the Town of
Salisbury, adjoining the Homestead of aaid
. II. .One Lot, containing about one and one
half acrei of land, situated in the Eat Ward of
the Town of Salisbury, adioining the land of
John J. Shaver, B. F. Frmfey and othera.
Illi One tract of land, containing nine-teen
acnas nrore or leas, partly situated within the
corporate limit of the Town of SalWuirv, ad
joining the lands of Burton Craige aud John A.
1VJ One tract of land; ceotainfns fifty acre
more or leKs itnatl in Rowan County, aboot
one half mile from the corporate limit of the
Town of Salibnry, on tht public Highwav lead
ing from Saliitbnry to Staterille, adjoining the
land if iJiirton Crnigeand Mm. Ann McNeelr.
V. Two lotfl in the City of Beaufort, N. U
No improvement thereon.
VI. j Fifteen (15) sharea of lock hi the W. N.
C. It. !R Co. and all the notes account Jind ,
thov in action bebfpging tuaid Bapkrapt '
Terita of sale Cisit.
' JOHNS. HENDERSON.
April 21, 1773. fc Ao.igttfe.,
(2XZZASRZA a LISIH.
THE pUEAT POISON NEU TKALIZER.
A Sure Prereniice and certain cure jor
cuiLL3 AriD rcvsii,
and al fpecies of ll'asniatic diseases.
Send for circular.
! C. n. BARKER A: CO.
AmU 24. 1873 Gnios.
State t)f North Carolina,
cUdwell tm-jtTY srpcnioa cocbt.
Cor ik I'm N. Sargent ")
ngainst i Divorce.
' Jolin 1 tjrnt. )
f InMkw cae it w made to appear to the Conrt,
that. the defendaut i a non-ni Jent of the State
offnrh Carolina; It in therefore Orderad bv
tire" Conrt, that publ ton tion le made for nix
weck in the "Carolina Wtcbmitr a nercer
Niblixli(x in Ihe Town of talUbtirv N. C noti
fying the aid dtfetidmit, that to be and appear,
at the ficxt Term of the Superior Coort to I
held hr Mid County at the Court Houe in
Ienoiron tin: lOih Mondav afivr t! 3rd Mn-
iUf in 'M an li 1S73; and nnw r the omilaim
of the I'lir. wli'uh will be C:ei in the Police of
the Cltirk of .Said Conrt, or the I'lft". will 'lr
to lhe'LCoiirt. lir the relief demanded in the.
complaint aud take judgment aaintt him ae-
cor.linjraWy. itno K. K. Waktfithl.Ch rk
of our na'ut Co. rt the 10;h Monday after ihe 3rd
Mond.iv in Atrj.-1-t 1S72.
ThUj.Xj.ril 3rd IS73.
: 1L R. WAKEl'IKLIi, '
April Jj r-. (prfi-eSl) f. S. t".
I AUCTION "
off i; s mum tirccw chitam.
Salisiu:i:v, N. C, Apiil 21, lb73.
By ih"tru'tion, ihe l'rci;:ht packao boxr,
&c, Li4lcd lidutf an.i not calhd for, will I !!
at pnl.ljo uU; at the otht-c of tlie company, nti
the 'Judsilay u May next, for the Kxprrtm charge
liurcunj unloi cailed fur U-fore thai lime, vii:
K J Afin
(i W Ak nil
Annum Hill "
E A. ;rr
rint:!:.i(ii iV Co.
1 II Bajlcv
Mo. MA Rymc SaiisU.r.'
Mi. i- li IWake Shufordville u
C Black SalUburv
B B.ia ; State-ville u
Van Brown Old l.rt M
Mra SUCami.bcll Alex. Ibincoiiih Co. 1
TJCaitllir A-hveiMe N.C. 1 "
S V Cowan Ml. L'lla
i j a
M r LliJI Leicester
t ha. Cliff Old Fort
W F Clinton Asl.eville
i: Iwev t;ohl Hill
ii F Iavi Marshall
I) W I4wihge Madioii
W A Davu Wavne.vil!e
It IaTi- Su:eville
D.t'iitll)ni2zUt) " "
W lter M
Foster Horuh S;libnrr "
II L 1 rremaii Alleinar!e "
Fi later i orah .Saliborv "
B (in-i-n .Stale-vile
F. Onipv S-ilUiMirv 1
tirwyn Harp rACo.PairenKin
11 (tt!gli II inipto ivillc'
Dr. (iraiam Statevitle
i llellowav IliikorvStation
J Hi ill;
M J llitbhnrd
W F iWndenton
u 3 iWx'a
14 1 Trunk-
u 1 "
M 1 Box
" 1 Trunk
44 1 Package
K II Harrell
Dr. L Jtihnoton
Mr. O Kirman
Big Li k
R M Lah
M M Lynch
W A Marion
T II MriAU.r
W J MeKerrt-11
E U yinr
J l) Miller
T S Morrint
E II Mh
" 1 "
U J u
1 Pack are
1 Coil Wire
" I Package
u 1 IV.x
u 1 Package
- 1 -
" 1 Package
M 1 Tr-i
M 1 lU.x
" 1 Tin, an
M 1 l-.x
M 1 Package
" IP-r, ting
M 1 P. x
' I Pa- Wage
' I "
A if en t.
I E Morris
J M'Nic ho!ion Y'adkinville
J W Nance
L Tinkers-& Co.
W E TrriM
J N I'itiemon
J U Robert
J M Rajlrv
Rowzie ti AVi.tic
S W lin & Co.
J II i:i.jey
J C Su!Cvan
J I' "a"-oinu
A V Sia h
W A S:M:'h
M W SW n .er
T y. Teli.r
L J i ' fiih.r
J M Vij .:rn
Fa a svilie
Ml. M oui ne
April gl -luo.
ILivlnt I. x a ted in Si,;lio- iu
lice .u lib town ai.d
l .u ilje town ai.d urro .ti!!n. cu:i:r.
'.Comer cf 2Ijlm &uL SlccU Tra
JiMfrt Mine Hoyden Home.
Chcbp Chattel Mortgages'
ind various other blanks for sale bere.
MRS. TERRELL MILLINER
" U now receivinc her 8prinr Sutek of y t, , j
and mrroandins Coantry to girt ker cjfj -examine
her good. WiU fnaraatec u.lh!aZl
both a t o price aod lrr Kock i eaTiri!
new, and aa cheap a arty of iKe'aame cUm Z
market. Losa STKAtairr HaiaVarrtn tl
which a liberal ! pric. will U rmidj Any tJZ
hair work made to order, j Jewelry. BeaLU
Switches CurU, Gngnov, Fri2,Ze,
Stampinx abo dooe to order. Hata, for i
llemen or Ladiea, trimmed ia inontiuitj u ibort
DOV5- , " ' i I - f
3jf door to BrU Jt TtrnZTt UaenV nml
on aautt &m. . ; -'
8aIUImry Awfll7-4tf f ' ' .
APRIL 16tb, 1873.
xMORE NEW" GOODS
v R, & "A, 33IJRPHY
I j -i t --T
are now reccirinx and open In- Uieir Urre aaJ
U-mutiful ock of - j 1 f
SPRIXO AND SltMMEttGaoJs
Conflstinf of Dry gondii for
iea laa Iimu
. - . . '-
wear olall diacnpiiooa. '
BOOTS &! SHOES
J Straw f T-rt. r!.i. J t
R E A D Y.-M A D ll " LOT H I N gI
In fart all sool reiirrtllv kept a a rtelaii
general rti-k hieli' theyfsre mIHbj Wtbr'
cJ or barter. Ami tbry ntccifaUy k a a
examination of their tueav before Waking your'
IMtrvhaAea a they are dcteraiWlto aell at ike
' m : i
Ther lake thia onmrtnnilv of tMimint iL
thank-for M favore avad bope bv fair a4
honei dealing and strict aJtenuoa to "-iitaa
lo met it an incrvaae. j I j j j
It. i A. MURPHY; i
Sa!iHiry, April 17 do. - J,
Q. Q. aicCoy. p J-'l..2Ianry,
vG. McCOY & CO,i
rcer and rroviioa MrrrhaaU ami whala-
i n Lvu U-c(iQiaries Iried frail.
lobac-co and grain I
OLD FOttTt N. C. ;
!W, Hides, j j '
v Tias, CJlon,' 'V
' ' ' '1'" '"MltCSKUX. I
I all kifvl of Omntry;IVQ.!ncaVCuCtoa) Tarw.
Vnw-Miea, XaiU, l'owder, n4iMl Oil, aj war
on iiati.i. j j
Aj-n( for the bct riano and phophaW
ordtin Milu-te'l. .
I l i letJ,eli Ce ( Kjntain fArnJ. Fvr
I UV.' aalfr by U. a MoU) V A CO. '
tiirv lat of country enrrd kanr. Kra.le
I 'w l.y ;. O. MAX) V A CO.
April 17, H73-tf . j 1
nieliJ Sinietr f I be Sialci'
1 1 ar..!i.ia w, I. M, iQ sTiTESVILUl
, MA V 2uTII. U t 11 a;m. 7
JAMKs MtKKK, M. Il !
ccrelary Medical Surirtv55, C. 1
17 if. ? j
P. Pi IMG-
MOCK St BXIOWir.aWMwreeei;
ing their H-uial Ure Hovk
Movk of spring Uooda,
of gooda idjed to this'
Coiiting of all cl
M.-i-tion of t'Minlrr.
Their atork ia full anj core pine in ail uWria
tion f Prim, Blark and Bmwa kjnMly.
j i.i ik n ni iuiii., ire gootla ia the nett
j Myle-, LdiV ready mide auila, a!na4 brautifitl
i Mrh-cticn of Cjhuer and CtMliiig. Pant Jrana
I of all kind. Ticirftk t4 Cba bine birta sad
fnrnUhing goU i the.lanrct at.l h4 deaira-
ole lo I e. lot ind in iliu market. A full and
ph te 4o,k of Shoe. UnH, Ho-ey rWve. Rilt'
itOUhSjc. Siigar,CotTee,Mola,iii4alJ ksdaaf
Thrir term are atridly ekh ad barter widi
a fvw exi-epti.ax. Tho-c win are reliable ajj
prompt in paving Oieir accoiwiU O-gMrda ibeax
pleasure to accommodate. Toynablc ibeni to
-rl j-mU at cbx lrice, which hey re deter
mined lo do, rfctIic ha bewtadapttfi, kea
gaU are oM cm tune m ibdiVKninate parties,
heavy Io-vn. will oc-ur (rttm thejBai.t rupt and
I lomfdead pn. vision of iW law, nd wkeulofaes
are antaineU by mrrvkanl, 'a . a well tatel
fact thai -nch luea are m anil it ia mwwoa
hie to mipMe lhat the tu lie BUde M
far a- prai i able, fallrfim lite tf44 fVHgrua
tumcm. They have dHnniud UtMnp lki wav
of doing bttine, by ellin aj the Kweat rali
and barter j-rice '-ami credit no aaaa wka U
uiiwurtliy of it. . . j . j -jr
They are'lhankf d i tbei'r daily frierdeand
ntatomer fr deir vi hr liberal amiaA mod ra
tiJeiH-e. and boiv br rlliii Ouirft Tjouda at lew
.' . .
pncea lo aeourt inei: owMMoea aarora. . i
March 27 (f.
XEW AMI naCTlVEf STOCK Or
SPRING AND SUMMER !
BUnryiLaVtlDT CCITB j
are now recei vig at their Stor& their larre J
ellelectcdtni-k of spring andSainaoer Goui.
ConMiing of Dry Goods, Not iom, Ready-uaJe
Chrfhing-of the very jUteH Sttl. HardaTr,
(iroeerie, IkxU. aiwl' Shoe, Hats Ladiea 44
(Jcnt in fact all gooda which ire uaually kept
in a Cri rUw (ienefal Stork wbich tfcey
-elling low for CeUt Uiyer. All we aek
yon to call and examine our stock Ulore par-.
ebaing eI-ewWre. j (
We return our airwjere thank (or paM
and boj by fair dealing and itrict atuti4 te
bnintiM io merit an tncreaae. ' ' .
All kinbi of prwhtce takew at the kigW
market price in excaanre for-l.
BERN II A liDT 4 ON$.
Marvh 20-3moa. . i
In order to malce room for ray Spnnf
tock, I am ; com pclled to kcll off XDjV
mainttg Winter Stnek eonfiaiinff f
KEAUY MAIJE CLOTJIIKG. JUT6.
HOOTS. AND SHOES, jia all o rLuck
GREAT HAllOAINS art given. I
Ynr, ool anJStraw HjRa for Gebu and .
E W S
Feb. C, tf