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SALISBURY N. C. JUNE 19 j 1873.
Like a cradle ixking-4-rockin.
oxenu paceiui, i,o ana fro
Like a mother' sweet look dropping
Oa the little face below- V
Hangs the green earth, swinging turning
Jar It ss, noiseless safe and slow :
Fallf the light ot God's Ifaee bending
Lown and watching las below. ;
And as feeble babes th ait saffer,
Toss and cry, and wil not rest,
Are ihe ones the teiiderlmother
Holds the closest,! lovjes the best.
So when we are weak and wretched,
By oar sins weighed 'down, distressed,
Then it is that Godfs great patieuce
lipids as closest, poves us best.
O great Heart of God ! frhore loving
ynuuuv ujuuereu ue nor crossed,,
Will not weary, will not! even
la our death- itself be kt
Lov divine ! of such grtat loriogi'.';:
'. Only mothers Itnqw te cost . ,
Cost of love, which kll lpvc passing,
uave a a on to sate toe lost.
This bnrirsUed Southern Remedy is warrant
ed not to contain a single particle of Mercury,
or any injurious mineral substance, but is
containing thoe Southern Roots and Herbs,
which an all-wine Providence has placed in
countries where Liter Diseases most prevail. It
will Ce all DUcatacauttdhy Dtrangtmeni of the
Tbe Symptoms of Liver Complaint area bitter
or bad-taste in the mouth ; Pain in the Back,
Sides or Joint, often mistaken for Rheumstiem ;
Sour Slomack; Loxs of Appetice; liowels alter
palely costive and lax : Headache : Loss of mem
ory, with a painful sensation of having failed to
io sometiiing which ought to have been done ;
Debility, Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance
uf tiiehktn and &refl. a dry Uough often mi
taken for Consumption. Sometimes many of
I thee symptoms attend the disease, at others, very
i few ; but the Liveb, the largest organ in the
body, is generallyrthe seat of ihe disease, and if
hot Regulated in time, great suffering, wrctched-
ness and Death will ensue.
T Gnat UoaUUg SPECIFIC will not be found
the Least XJnpleatant.
For DTSriSPSlA, CONSTIPATION", Jaun
dic, UiUiouK attacks, SICK HEADACHE,
Colic, Depression l SiritM.SOCR STOMACH,
llsart Dura, tc , lc.
SimmgnY Liver Rrgnlalar. or Mtdicinr,
Is the Cheapest, Purest and Bent Family Medi
cine, in the World 1 .
M ANUFACTl'REI) OK1.Y BY
I .. J. II. JfElLIN & CO.,
1 : Mncon, C5a. and PhiladelDhia.
Price, $1.00. Sold by uli. Druggie.
. FOR SALE BY TUEO. F. KLUTTZ.
June 19 tl. Salisbury N. 0.
From the Chicago Times.
that the "Modpc war" is ended.
THE MODOC WAR-f Wfl AT KEXT
wo shall probably haf e some hanging
Undoubtedly there; ought to be some. Sc
far as the men wbo.trecheiously murder
ed Canby and Tliomaa are concerned,
they should sufTer: tliel penalty of their
crime. Indian and s.iVuge as they are,
they undoubtedly bud 'rstood the nature
of the transaction, and j hould be prepared
to nccept the logititpatp penalty., !
Now, that this sfi-cnl ed "war" is end
ed, ilie nature of otr Italian pcilicy natur
auv; presents ugt ir. vfi
produc a universal hi
wl of indignation
anions: tut? inunatnlai'.aiis or lle ext.ernii!
nation school to flkl
azcrVsEors in this Mndo
the Indians were no
conrsi" it will
hat we were the
c trt uMe, and that
1 k m
rnpre to blame tor
!e for 5rin Home
W made a
the kites of others. We see a vast river
of wealth continually flowing from the
hands for the needy possess their millions.
Now, we mean to stop those waters by
legistion, if we can ; if not by tome other
honorable means. We know no party :
but we consider it the doty of all connec
ted with as to, outside of grange, see to
it that the candidates of all parties be
meu of integrity, whose interest is the wel
fare of the people, and not poplitical ring
masters. . Men profit from knowledge
gained by others. The steam engine was
not brought to perfection by one mau, but
each of its inventors took hold where the
former left off. So, too, with rascality, each
has taken hold where the other left off,
until it seems to have outstripped in per
fection the steam-engine ; but single
handed men could not have made rascali
ty such a ecieuce ; but they have c rabin
ed, to fleece those who -earn their bread ;
and there remains no safety for thet pro
ducer but to combine also, and, too, as
thoroughly as those arrayed against him.
Yet our society is not for the farmers
alone, but for all whose interest is with
In the grange also we are taught to ad
vance the interests of education. In short
the Grange of Patrons of Husbandry or
for the elevation of masses socially, men
tally, morally and financially, and we
hope that the press of no poltiral party
will so oppose us that we shall be com
pelled to regaid them as our enemies.
The Turn of the Tide.
HENRY WARD BEKCHER PLEADS
FOR JUSTICE TO THE SOUTH.
reference to giv-
ervation in caeo
lands : and there
starting it than-they, ur
in the. davs of Nesro
bargain with them'pvitlr
in C thorn a certain res
tiny would yield upUhei
wis also an agreement tk pay them Sl7,s
000.. i aith was not ktjpt in cither ca?e.
Tbey were not gjjiven! thr leservation
promised ihetn, and th :y were not paid j
the : money. Uudr thje' same circura-i
stances a colony of. w lites would have!
beeii expected to. fight, las there .was no j
legal mires, and the world would have j
apnlanded them had they made no better!
hglit than was made bylhee Modoc?.
The , Sioux war. in Minnesota was!
brought abdu't by the failure of ihe Gov- j
ernineijt to keep its! promises to ihostj In
dians : and the sainu Is true of
Glowing Eidogiuni of Vie Vufor, Endur
ranee and Honest Devotion of the (Jon
federate 'Troops The North Confessed '.
to be by no Means Innocent of the War
A Remarkable Article.
of the war, therefore it1 behooves us to
speak temporally of oar fellow sinners,
however we abhor oar common sin.' And
we onrht never ta have Airtmt
I "J O -Jj vi, tnl(
i sharing their euilt. we. could not !,..
them oat from that redemption for w hich
we fought. If the objects of the war were
not a restored and regenerated Union, but
only the'triumph of a fate-roused North
over. an insolent and defiant South, then
their cause was as much better than cure
as bonest devotion to an ideal, however
mistaken, is better than pnre vindictive
oesi. We have no moral ground to stand
upon, nnless we meant to make an offer
ing to God of our national sio, and to free
them, with ourselves, from the body of
We lose, then, the only harvest wsrih
the reaping from the tears and blood that
both sides so plentifully owed if we will
not see oar trot uer In oar. enemy and a
common eonutry in the alien sections.
Sober and discreet travelers in the South,
men like Bryant and the great Chief
Justice, not easily deceived, testify that
they, have found everywhere a kindliness
of feefing whiih would be brolhcrliness if
any answeimg kindness encouraged it.
If we arc not yet lofty enough to forgive
the living, who themselves have some
thing to forgive in u., let us at least re
spect the hcroum and the honesty of the
dead. They were of our race and of our
kindred. They were not greatly different
from ourselves. Remember that we in
vited, through cowardice or greed, the
war that they plnngtd us into through a
mad fanaticism; rem rcbering that only a
r -united and noble Union can justify the
awful cost of blood and "gony, shall we
refuse to lay llowera of kindness on tne
turf that eight years of peace have nour
ished? Let us rather heap ic high with
blossoms, and if we brins: rue for bitter
mourning, let us not forget rosemary for
sweet remembrance, and pansies for gen-
THE THRFE RICHEST MEN IN
.1 . AMERICA.
Th three richest men in AraeriYi are
William 'B ' Astor. A. T. Stewart' and
(Jo romp-dor Vaoderbilt-all residents of
Jew York City. A i tor's wealth U main
ly in roil estate and its revenues ; fVan
derbilts is mainly in railroad stocks and
their dividends; Stewai-v's is in goods,
Imuaeoj, s ores, factories, lands and stocks.
The arsrn-zate wealth of earh one of them
is supposed to be somewhero between
seventy-five ana one hundred millions.
which f looks rather . heavy. Nobody
knows; exactly ; they couldn't tell them
selves within a million or two. Those
who k'i ow most about their affairs pat
their figures highest, and say that the in
come ;tnx returns of a few years ago,
which showed each of them to be worth
between twenty and thirty millions, rave
no proper idea of their real wealth. Astor
i: tr i !.
uvea i unooieniauonsiy ; vanaeroul lives
in a three story brick house on a third
class street ; and Stewart lives in a mar
ble palace on Fifth avenue, more magni
ficent: than any other residence on the
American continent, and equaled by but
few in any of the great cities of Europe.
Aster 'and Vanderbilt are New Yorkers
by birih ; Stewart is a native of the north
of Ireland. Astor ia a large, heavy man
of seventy, with strong features and a
rubicuVid face, indicative of high living ;
Stewart is a medium sized man, rather
slender and tall, of seventy-three, with a
face like a parchment, and gives the; ini
presfiiin of being hard up ; Vanderbilt is
a tall, slim, handsome, proud-!ojking
man of nearly eighty, straight as an arrow.
Astor lias heirs to hi estates ; Vanderbilt
has children to whom he can leave his
fortune, but Stewart is childless. Astor'a
public;binefaclion8 are confined to sorae-
TUE BATTLE OF WINCHESTER.
NO. 40. WHOLE NO. 880.
t r- ,1 . . . t . I rrMl-
uannr irenerat cuenuasj s tiay uere i a un icmoie scourge ,nas mane its to-
be was eoovrrsior with a few friends I pesrance in Louisiana, at New Orleans.
touching his military experience aid cam- at Memphis and Nashville, ia Tennessee,"
paigct, when be said : "There is a mighty at Washington City, tod, perhaps, at
sight of romance and a great many inter other points in the United States. jThe
eating episodcji connected with the war, disease has at no point assumed a violent
that the historians never got hold of. For form, and the danger to be apprehended
instance, there has been a great deal said is not so much for the; present as irl the
about the battle of Winchester, a little future, when the Summer's sua shall be-
affair in which I had a hand. Well, it gtn thoroughly to decompose the ace am a-
was a pretty I square fight; bat do yea Uted filth of the Spring and Winter.!
know that bsttle was fought on the strength In view of this state of facts 'our kity
of information! which I obtained from a authorities have a weighyt responsibility
young lady in he town of Winchester, resting upon them. , i
and if the rebels had known she wasgiv- Are the sanitary precautions required
iog it to me i&ey would have buug ber in by the city ordinances strictly observed t
a minute T ' ijwas very anxious to get io- Is the city in such a cleanly condition as
formation of toe rebel strength and move- to give assurance of an atmosphere! toe
ments, so as t6 know lust when and where pure to feed the cholera!. Cholera! de-
to strike them, but I did not knew bow to I lights fa bad water, bad eweree,; llb-I.l
of a Union lady I crowded houses, .taiated ir and tnltaner ' "
From the Christian Union, edited "by the Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher.
It was announced from Washington a
week ago that on Decoration Day the
friends of all soldiers, Union or Confeder
ate, lying buried at Arlington, might visit
their graves and adorn them with flowers.
It seemed lhat the er of good feeling had
really dawned, and all wise and tender
spirit said ''Amen." But next day it
was reported that a committee of the
Grand Army of the Republic had straight
way hastened to the War Department to
inquire who is to control the ground on
that occasion, and to beg that the ''insults"
au inn ia trim st nru t r i
D'IUU SO IS "8 SJl,CI T ' 1 IV St.
AVtiy war tiiat we have Lad wnu Indians ; P , , , . .J , , . . ,
lion, the days of Kinr Philip to Cant. w . "
f j - - - nciff, tt -ecema wnrtu wiuie io inquire
whether there was any excuse for with
holding so imple a courtesy.
We recognize, of couree, in the protest
of these gentleman a staunch loyalty to
their notion of a patriotism which is in itself
admirable. Their mistake, as it seems to us,
is a misapprehension of the conditions of the
There is no use in talking of peace
policy .until we, as ai uatipn, can sufficient
ly Condescend to tell the truth to, and
keep faith with, these people. The only
alternative is a1 war bt extermination
which would cost us mole in the long ruu
i than it did to overthrows the rebellion.
. t tin
'Hie course suggested bj humanity is the " pa' ana present. 1 ney assert,
. i i .1.. f ' and with truth, that after victory so dearly
. , ., 1 ,,! , . . Monprht as onra there must be no tamner-
SlfD II ffl f , Ia:., .went., nrvent Ihe r.rrvin, n,,t ,nS Wllh the spirit which SO nearly OVCr-
H M m HI II M I Vi, i i T f ,7
h tar v iv
And get Bibles. Prayer Books, Hymn
Books of any kind you- want; Histories,
of this plan of operations. We shall pro
aeti ': !
naMy keep on ia our present course, rob
bing them ; hanging an Indian when a
white is murdered, and patting the white
on the back who murdprsta pacific ludian ;
and with now and; then an Indian out-
came us. iney also assert, aua with
error, that honor offered to our enemies'
dead, or conciliation extended to them
living, is such tampering. Aud here wc
There are two aspects cf our late mol
bM, Slates, Inks, Writing Paper of the best
quality ; Wall Paper and Window Shades
io great variety, Music Teachers for vocal,
l lanos, lianjo, violins Xc.
THE FAUMER'S COMBINATION
i ie larmers comoination in Illinois
seems to have reunited in a substantial
victory at the election held ou last Mon
day. , The candidates of the granges for
I the judicial benches in the country circuits
have been generally successful, while
Craig, the candidate of the same organiza
tion for ihe Supreme Court bench, is pro
bably elected over Lawrence, the present
Chu-f JtihtKc, This is the beginning of
a movement which has taken deep loot in
the minds of the agriculturists of the West
and North west, and it i to be regretted
that its first victory, or indeed any one
should be obtained at the expense ot judi
cial independence. A Ch'cgo paper s.ivs
that "in this contest the old political pars
ties took little interest. They were de
moralized and confuted by the action of
the agriculturists and the villagers, and
so allowed the whole affair to drift. It
will be fortunate for them if the 'drift
des not carry them off soundings." The
success of this popular uprising is remai
kable, and indicates that further triumphs
in the future arc possible. Next fall, in
Illinois, the county officers and members
of the lower branch of the legislature are
to be elected, and a year after State sena
tors and members of Congress, and the
plow-holders will enter the contests
stronger for the present victory. The
result will bo that one or both of the old
parties will, in all ihe States where this
get it. Finally, I beard
; r, i . r , I i
in iy incnesicr, wno couia oe renea upon ance. j t r
if I could get word to her. Her name was Every person who, daring the beited
Miss Wright. l think she is in the Tree- term last Summer, was jupon our streets .
sury Department at Washington now. after midnight, will remember the ptsli-
But the trouble was to communicate with lenlial smells that greeted his nostrils,
her. One day, I heard of an old colored We trust that no such condition of affairs
man, livingou(side of my lines, who had a will be allowed to exist this Summer,
pass to go iotd Winchester to sell vegeta- The city authority hare in their hat ds,
bles. I sent for the old man, and on talk- in a great measure, the health, if not the
ing with him found him loyal, as all the lives, of our people. Afcd they wil be
colored folks Were, you know. Finding held to a strict accountability if the ity
he could keep a secret, I asked him if he shall not be put in such a conditio as
would Undertime to deliver a letter to a will enablp it to Gght, with the bet t h pe
yonng lady in Winchester. The old fellow of success, the dreaded enemy that may
said he would 3 so I wrote a letter ou thin so soon attack it.
tissue paper, Hud rolled it op in tin foil. The Atlanta Constitution, in rtferiag to
It made a ball Wboul as big as the end of tie matter, says : f
3 our thumb, and I told the old man to The disease, cither in the mild or sc-
put it in his muth and deliver it to Miss verc form, is not contsgions. Daring Uta
Wright in Winchester. He went off, and prevalence in Moscow 40,000 persons left
in about two dhys came back with an an- tho city, and yet not a case was transfer-
swer rolled op! in the same piece of tin red. And so when 10.000 person fled
thing like a couple of hnudred thousand foil. I found I had struck a mighty good Marseilles to Lyons, no ,case occurred ia
dollars5, which he cave to the Astor Li-i lead, and I followed it carefully till I got the latter city. The books are full of Keta
I . - . . a . la
I T I a 1 1 r ' a W 1 r 1 I . 1 1 Ika.. k . 1 . aa ,f . a a. a a a. . .... ... a-t a
an mo lniormanon i wanieu. lac gin m. piuic .u unrafo ia uv mutu; cjii
gave me more important information than demie, origiuatiug generally in tropical
I got from all other sources, and I plannd countries, and spreading! from theneri in
the battle at Winchester almost entirely a somewhat regular geographical courje
on what I got from her. She was a nice to colder latitudes. ?
Whilo tho doctors disagree about the
qualities of the air upon which epidemical
a-M a 4 v v ivvuj imv sii s1 i vi a w a w rnuv
bel circumstances lhat iiend them a4di
lional force and fatality.' In India, x
posure to nocturnal cold and damps, pst
and suden variations of temperature and
fatigue, aro known to have powerfully
aided the disease. In Moscow it chiefly
perance. want ot puysicai tu-
Wrapping, fotjr miles" must be read er,y or raoral courage, arc all important
siowiy ana nenoeraieiv to tne patient ajd 0f rayetic poison in the air. (
jury. No wotjder judges, jurymen, bar- Chambers' Encyclopaadia laysgrfcat
rtsters, and spectators yawn terribly be- alrev8 on tho impnrtanco of pure driuktag
fore dinner-time. The jury made two water, and its absolute fnelom rom cn-
w into water cours-
bv sewers etc. If water cannot be liad
home, evenings at their leisure, and, sc- jn a purc 8.atc t gl,0uld b? boilded before
cond, if the difcnmeut must be read, that l1(.;nr nrd for drink, or indeed for damca-
l BALLOON VOYAGE j it might be rejid piece-meal that is, by j ijc purpose. Speaking oforganic impfri
J THE ATLANTIC PRO- an instalment of ten or twelve pages a ties hi drinking wstcr, this Encyclopnsad'u
aay. uai incjcouri was tuexoraoic, ana
crushed all hope by holding that, as this
was a criminal; case, the evidence must be
brarv.Sund the two golden candlesticks,
nine fjet highj he recently gave to Trinity
chnrcl. Vanderbilt has never made any
public! benefaction?, excepting a steam
fhip to the government during the war.
tiil vetfy recenily, when he gave a million girl, and true! as steel." Indianapolis
dollars; for educational nurnoses one-half : Journal. f
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of tliisj snra to found a university m Ten
nessee, and the other half to another edu
cational institution. Stewart has always
had life reputation of being very close
fisted but he must be credited wiih his
million dollar "Home for Women," which
will b$ completed next year. Astor is a
rigorous Episcopalian ; Vanderbilt is an
independent Methodist, and Stewart Said
to be inclined to thinking for himself.
Stewart is a scholarly man ; Vanderbilt is
not. iAstor is an accomplished man of
-Vanderbilt gave Rev. Dr. Deems $50,
000 to purchase the Church of the Stran
ers, of which he is the distinguish
pastor. Eds. Sentinel. .
A NOT II Ell
THB Jcitr N THE TlCHBORNE CASK.
The claimant was under examination
last yesr for twenty-seven days, and all
that mass of wjprds contained in 909 closely-printed
pagej or, as tho sensation
reports put it, f'a roll of manuscript which prevailed in moist and low
would reach fipm Westminister bridge to filth, intemperance, want of
lore omner-ume. a ne jury maae iwo water, and its absolute I
J I gallaut efforts o escape ihe infliction by taminathm by animal
S' j requesting, fii at, that printed copies be through the soil, or throw
ea furnished thcrq, which they could read at rB by Bcwers etc. If w:
I I J 1 ! 1 1 I J ! a. J . a. a
nearu aim 1101 jriu, aim uc.uu uuiucuian-
ly and continuously. London Letter.
v"k , 1 . 1 XT-.L L.
, . . . . . . .i, i i-i .i . . ., r i . , ancnoiv war wuicn we oi uiu ixorui ouniu
pwfrapnies.jiiusic books, music XNoveis oi oreaa, iiKe mat oitue Jioaocs, to wnicn , ... ... . i tnmitAn. a.i;. :i-
the best authors; .Blank Books, Albums of the Indians have been graded by flagrant uevfr l"Ior5cl. anQ W1C piaci.cai.y, . r' r"- - " f '
ai . . i i . . r-. .IT . T J " n.- l...,li-i avaw Mtn.nili.ii ( ina tho i tne JarmfTii and hrinfr 1 1 , r r.iilro:iil.4 to
(ne moSl SIVllsn Kind; otereoSCOPes anil Inntrncrpa nnn whniM bii ntirpauinn wilJ nt ...w - - o
Views ; Sch.nd Bks. all kinds iu central .k.i ! vX 'I . fact that, as a community, we did consent terms. 1 his would seem to be the na'nr-
ts.,.1. .ill k. th. J....ln th. 10 ,he evergrowing encroachments of , retui in inese nays ot demoralized
Such will be the ase In the future, un-. . , , ... , . , , At:,;Mi k, Ifca. ;,i0-.
l. ..n, ,:i .ir,Li,, j , Slavery, oi wuicu war was ine logical ana p- nnvivo v..ut..-.v.
less the country wil cpnclude to put men . , . n-M . m t, that it is riht. or that it .ll romedv th
: !-,. l. .... lr..-k-...;.-- 1 I . iubuwuio su. uuio io a uuo'zi Bin t,iu i - - -- - J
... H ne ,ka Srt.,tl, fnr il,- s,i, I, evilri of which the farmers no much com
fella va ww w'wwt,U avs iuv wuvu aaj - ,
WORD TO rAHIklEIlS.
" ii , i ,: u.wl ..,1.. . :n Hiai oi me ouuiu, lor inc oouui nau
to handle this question, aim who will be . . . lr . , ,.' ., . , ,
-i ! i" ,j ,i., it.,j:.. iiugnt itneii io Deueve mai slavery aenv-
able to comprehend stoat .ndians are not , ? , , . .,. J , .
. , . ! .1 ed its strength from the Bible, and it
anil-h.i.1 fith wild -edlv re.,,1t in planted itself on the abstract right" of the
i.i i I J .patriarchal institution.
iy a lew dollars worth ot books every
year for your sons jiud bauds aud take a good
newspaper, theyjn ill work better and be more
rheerfal. Try it.
reaping a bloody harvest.
patriarchal institution, bupple doctors
of divinity supplied it with scriptural ar
guments. The churches, most of them
"i-A LKUSSjUr tlUSUAiNUKI. at least, did not hesitate to fellowship it
The whole South, religiously, was as
A WORD TO FAZLSHZSIIS COITC,
some extent, the objects o
WHAT A NEW YORK POLICEMAN
THINKS LIKEWISE WHAT A
GENTLEMAN WHO HAS COME
FROM OLD VIRGINIA THINKS.
Among the persons who arrived at
French's Hotel on Thursday was a gen
tleman from Virginia. In the evening,
An unknown writer, who, The Phlla
delpliia Press says, is ''either a mounte
bank nor an adventure' publishes a let
ter in lhat newspaper advocating a second
balloon expedition to Europe, to start from
ti.:i jii-...i.- j -.r ir:.i - .. -.
l uiiaueipnm mo same uay as 1 roi. n.ise "rat tjilmofe, says tue St. .bonis
does from Boston. He proposes to have Democrat kindlvand natronizinrlv. "who
it in some way connected with the ecu- Mn roake more noise and less music with
tenuial, so that the lame ot tne achieve- the same number of singers and instru
ment may in its world-wide reputation ments than any man in the world, is to
add to the fame of the anniversary ot mnerintend tl
American Independence The cos, of the 1 0f Jane."
lAAAasnrw m Alorinl j 4r tKa aAVa(VA It A Ibfl t
0 1 lAaAntn l 1 1
nm.te at nbont S7.000. and f ti a s' .
raised by subscription the writer pledges w Wl
honor ni a erpni lemnn that he will faith- yer8 1
fully carry out the following programme,
viz : To embark with two or three com
panions on a day to bo designated by the
Citizen's Committee in a balloon of from
says that no single local cause of cholera
ha been establish by so much evidence.
Let us then put the city in the best
possible siniury c nd'rtion at once and
keep it so; let us keep clean and cool our
selves, eat and drink temperately, avpid
all unnecessary fatigue and exposure And
al Grange, Patrons of
You have something to be nroud and to written a letter to ; the
la- . '. fl. .. " :.. a , -
, pi. x ue iarin is ine Keystone to everv neraia. corrcciiner cer
industrial pursuit. When . it succeeds all made bv that nan and!
l r.:i . m a.. n i. I . r1 r . -
iitin;ii.wunu ii aai.v, ail UA(, UOU llnlUK
. . . .
yoa can i oe a great man because you are
1 the son of a fanner. Washington. Webster
jmv4 ijiay were fanner's sms, but while they
i toiled they studied. So do re. IJuva tood
.book, one at a time, read and digest it, and
Call and sea me and look over books.
LETTER FROM THE GENERAL OT THE aolidlv orthodox as it was solidlv -slave
iiaaiujAi; unjiixui,, i noiuinp. in an enormous agricultural
I o - n
rnrmlrv wlipm th mn9fi imtld niitlip
C. D. Beeman, General of the Nation-! read nor write, and where naturally, the on.hif relui? 1" a tour of f?atWi'y.
i i f l " .1 . ti ii t l
could neither wnue 410 wa cro8S,5 v."y lla i
Husbandry, has newspapers had almost no part in the qauitly making hui way toward his hotel,
Jtica, (N. Y.) education of the people, it was inevitable be felt sometlnng fall on his head Under
tain statements that a few orators and political managers ' the Iow be fell nnconsc.ous. U hen he
recovered be found himself minus one hat,
Settlllf foi'th tO -I. -.nisi nnntrnl llin ninmlin!lt- fin l.if
O - .IIUlll Vaa '111 141 Va vy ill U. . II I . . IHUI a , a a . - a .
theOrderHe alavery and: the conseauent secession i 0n?..FO?..w".lc.n ana 8,XI V0"""'
w 1 n mm m m. a rf-f r
kfr ! A iiv; w iiiiiinn naa ouiui iot.u, m.
COME TO THE
J ' j ' I ' 'I :
And Get a Good Picture.
W will give you a good picture, or not Let
you take it away ; for we don't intend that
any bad work shall go from this office to in
jure 0 and the business. Call and try.
Up Stairs beticeen Parkers and Hiss Mc
Call aud examine my stock of Wall Paper,
Window Shades. Writing paper. Inks ice
1 Iliad 1 dou't intend to be under sold.
f I . Feb. 27. tf.
j. i - - eiit v s uu- . v vwuc tviv:isti arvvcoiuu
"mV j t ' i we,et lo remarkable degree, the honest
The discussion of partisan politics Cae of the whole people. And with a n
forbidden by our cojiBtitition, yet we be splendid courage and endurance they
live that as men, n6t as Patrons oUIus- , followed their disunion flag to wounds and of
we may reasonably hope to present
coming of so unwelcome a visitor as
These remarks of the Wilming
e Chicago howl on tho 5th Journal arc applicable to Salisbury, also.
jer thus describes his Mo-
boso tribe he lived three
Stupendous Enterprise. One of
"She has not;inueh to say. and sha
Lifts nevora voice to qnesliou ice
In aught I 'do "
Some men a Louisvillo were betting
vates'eenterpri for wl i:li t'tis ent.rpri.
ing century is distinguished is yet to be
accomplished in a project about to be
undertaken by the Khedive of Egypt.
This is nothing Ices thaitnlie construction
of a railroad across the African interior
for a span of nearly a thousand mflef
75 to 85 feet d'amcter, constructed of good : on the weight f a Urge mule, when one through desert from the coist to the White
raw silk material, coated and varnished in j man who was a good judge of the weight Nile. The Man of the Eastj as the Khedive
the best possible manner, filled with coal : of live stock grt behind the mule, and was is called, intends lo prosecute this II ere u-
ga., fitted out with a inetalic life-boat, j measuring, wlijn something appeared to lean labor to . completion within the spice
and all necessary scientific instruments, loosen up the ipule. Just before the ex- of three yeais and at the magnificent out-
provisions for 30 days, Sec. That he will pert died, he give it as his opinion that if lay of twenty million dollars in go)J.
remain for at least t hi ee times 24 hours in the mule was as heavy all over as he was The road will be marked tv a ship canal
the air, aud while there make u.e of all behind, he musi weigh not far from 47,000 at the first cataract, a bridge across (he
the resources open to tho teronant for pouuds. '. Nile, and the avoidance of all construction
'for the Tuen tue policeman nfkd the denomina
of pa- ''on of the money. This was given, and
pnsea. lie uau
often rrad of such things but had never
pecfed to be a victim. With little hope
ppi'firi.rino' 1.5 nrnnrtv. Iin n nnrn.irhi'H
tr In wnnnda nnrl b J ' IT
bahdiyrhonldas a duty Scan very close- death, as simply and bravely as if it had Policeman and told of his loss, 'in
ly the acts ot our miblid servants : that hm tl..- hn,r f t1 a .U ti, officer asked tho number and maker of
- : j " a. t' v.ft'ra uuu ft. ia v y a,iav . - rill TT" 1 I
we as producer, while We furnish fo.,d old Crii-adf..-. 'IV.v WnLnt ,,ie wtch- 1 he irgn.ian gave both.
x- ...i . -nr ' i- i . s .. .. .. . "r- " 'i :
K.rine minions, ngnt oursnatioii s battles, and wholly wrong, but they died
defend its liberties 1 in lime of damrer. he.t
. -1 w J w WW- 1 I
fihophl ot a nclit liarp nd rmiAi KLrrp n. . i the Vircmian oesin io n.ive oiue in
- mm, . .!.- w II IWII.'-IU. ' f -
. Am i . . ...
tfiicii 111 the masting 0 tl;oL- laws by wind
all are governed : that we! have a t-io-ht tt
whether politic to ius.ify it, still accented and encouraged , he w9 rpnsed by the next question.
pies of common it through love of cold and deaiFe of an f
I ignored, and to irt.ol.le ueace. We lativht the Sonth that !
place ourselves ' in a portion to in force it could not demand what we should not
that demand. We acknowledge the fact be found readv to irive. And when, at 1
that mind will always triumph over mat- last, slavery threatened our national life, things again
ter,;and that an active miiid who.e whole j it was the instinct of self-nreservatioii ! . h1 h1 J,ie man trom "'8u,,a
tUinjfs, .iy. . sun.
demand that in all things
cal jor otherwise, the brine
honety shall not be wholly
It.., ui j -I l. that ne might recover ins property, tno
wi. m . 1 officer seemed so intent on his duty. Hut
I ' II . aw llli ftllll 111 I I I ft. I II 1 WT IIIIT niMSI'll'IIIJ a w
"Now," said the officer, "do you know
hat I think V
"Well, I don
a. aa aa 1. ( ra a. II ia .1 B .-r. .a m h tn I ll A ..Pflnil k
Btrn.iiig aim icuiauinig iu icumi u j
iruilorlv .nrrwiita arith tht, r.K. Prt ff .
r-arhini- Kurone. and if at all nossible. Tl,c canon t,,ich forbida n7 CDUrch
tmi'uiao aa ,nn.-k nt i)m P.iirAnonu rmiti. ; member from
ftl-V UU U I V X. M a tm .mtmm vwaa j ,
i :n la.ii - theatrical enter
neni riso as win carry u.iimh.u io a . , i
, m .., an1 ujmuiii, wi V
UllllIIIVI10 w ' .
gates, at the rci
involving tunnels aud ferries.
n the Austrian dominions,
a near as possible to the imperial city of
r. r Mineral Water. A find bold spring
sinment was repealed by of mineral water has latelypicen discorer
oth clerical and lay dele- htre lhat w'41 aJd no 10 lLe l(m-
ent meeting of the Pro parlance of the town as a summer resort.
water shows a coin
I , - .1 r I I Iia ins v.il ni Lllf.
yland dioceso.'l Bishop Whittingham has bination of iron and solpnry-lbe iron pre-
J . . .1 J .I T . a. aa.aliaa.aaAl r. .tit!.. k.A
'!..t.H v .tra n.l ll.M .,n nf ponierl I . kif lu.-unniai uatuiari a.a
aMAMrir O I t f I J V ' 1 L. m. A.
.lALA.SU.ia .!. 11.. -
The current of ihe times and the move
Death of Stonewaxl
CoilSllSSAitY. Major yell J. Hawks
.1:... l.ij ...Mum., in I'lniilof Inwn
IIK'U Hi IM" I lJ III" III -L......".. ."I . a, ' 1 I .1
... . . j ,1 ,k . j ... ment in the population of the conntiy are
W est iiinia. on N orinesday lat. Malor , K , .
llakws wa a tivc
ni'. re than ihirty yea
the civil war he entered tue service of tha , , , . u . . , ,
Confederate Slates, and upon th, pronto, of .hol I;,n' nd DOn
Uon of General Jackson became a mem. , conformity to the world."
ber of his staff; commissary respectively 1 "e further ears that he will not be
oi brigade. divUion and corfts. It will bound by the aqtioii of the Convention,
ennesnay last. 3iaior : . ' 1 . , , ,
rr 1, , ... l. , such as imperatively require of a faithful
f,t Masi- it huhetts, hut . e 1 J, j . . . ,
1 1 . . . .if;.n branch of the LSiurcb of Christ increased
us lias heuu a citizen . . ......
sinngency, ana now uraiu teiaxaiion in
IlDUiV SKEtrrOK. The late freshet
thought is to gain the profits of our toil rather than any nobler sentiment which
will always be successful! so long as we, j prompted resistance. In tbn eolden sum
likethe ox, depend Only-oii our muscular! mr ot I860 wo went on eraiherin? and
power: but wo find that the creat Rtiler snendiner and livin? lnxurioui lives. ran. ! i K n.t.ah. n.rtUA nn fP .T
has given us brains also, and if he has i less of the portents in the sky. In the , Greenlee's place in McDowell county, a
a.:...... .... .1 L . 1 L ...I , . ... . . . . . r . . jj
mcui 11 was mat me migui us?e early sonne ot ibi it was not alone the mammMh In.mat. ke eton. mMinr nv
of active minds j enemies of the Union who doubted its 6 feet. This is doubtless an antedilnvan
power to preserve its own integriiy. It j fossil, for the machine that run these
t think you'll cvfr se ifce, remembered that just before the death
of General Jackson ho was heard to say
quickly, "A. P. Hill prepare for action ;
tell Major Hawks to send forward pro
visions for the troops." Perhaps the
most comprehensive description of Major
Hacks' character is embraced in the state
ment that General Jackson had entire
confidence in him.
.1... Ml ! O a .
menj. j rue we nave men 01 active minds
audf of great wealth -arrayed against na,
but we begin to realise thej fact that they
cannot eat their money, jand hope that
ere inuny years pass away we will be able
to show the great kiiijgs ofbonopoly that
l here is in our order a most noble concep
tion; that a principle is about to be born
that, to hi 111 or to her who
Fresh Garden Seeds.
1 BL Barker & Co would respectfully an
Bounce that th-v
. a, J J I . V. A. .V HI., mj UV 1
Ply V EMI (JlRTafX STT4 nf ovir oarUf- ' .1... SL v- ....... ti
from IrtH,-,i. " i ' -v. iuc pay. im, even larmera
--,.. T. ",,u " - . I ,K, ,l.-'Vs.- :
ilt PUUllC 1M II1V iwl In ffra ll.Am a M 11 I " ' ""'"". vu u
bones must have lived and moved when
there were giants in those days." This
may give onr readers some idea of the
their Drug Store on Main Street.
J. ICtf. -
a measure fly
their own kite ; and yet, perhaps, soar as
bih uud coutiuue to! hang;
was its friends j the Secretary of State,
the comraander-ir. chief of its army, the
great merchants and great lawyers, alas,
too often the great preachers of the great . magnitude of this late flood, washing op
cities ! There was nothing in the attitude fossils that have been buried for ages, upon
of the North, almost up to the moment of ages. We hope this skeleton will be sent
the firing on Fort Sumter, to check the j to the Charlotte Centennial and thence to
menace of the South. There was every-j Philadelphia perhaps his bones may be
thing to indicate that the Union would ' identified by some of his relations.
quietly fall apart. We will give a full account of this fos-
and so far as b)s official conduct is con
cerned shall be of no force or validity.
Curses moii the Cornx. Brown-,
low, with one foot in the grave, is still
srft a .1 i
rampant, as win oe seen uy tue louowing
from the New ork IForW;
Old parson Brownlow still has vitality
enough to deal damnation round the land.
This time it is the Southern Lieutenant-
, General, D. II. iill, at whom he happens
to be SDittiug bis curses. Most ot his en-
highly recommended by t the best au
thr.rity in tho country. Within the past
two weeks a case of chronic diarrboja-of
many years standing, has becu cured by
the use of the waicT. Tliejspriug is coo
venienly located, within five minutes wAlk
of ihe different hotels. The water is dear,
cool and rather pleasaut after a littlo tue.
A $10,000 Cow. It has often been
said that cows, especially milch cows,
never sell for as much as ihey are really cmies. the parson ssys, have died ot de
worth, but A. J. Alexander, Esq of j lirium tremens dr in some other unnatural
Woodburn, Woodford county, sold on way, which makes one shudder for thw
Thursday, the 20th of May, a two-year- more awful fate; of the profane wretch
old heifer, known as 'The Duchess of himself. Parson Brownlow was a leadiug
Aldric !XV.." lo go to England, for $10,- ! edncator of the riarty of great moral ideas.
000. which may be regarded as a sum This old sinner is taking advantage of f
' . M. m mm' . m, a at V a
far below her real value, bhe is said l'rentice's death. ve thought the latter a i
Geological Discoveries. In d
ging a well the other day, j in town, Ool.
Ivenoir discovered at the bottom a deth
of forty f e t a stratum pf black aud
thickly embedded with pine: oak and pfp-.
Ur wood, bark, leaves and other . vegeta
ble remains. The oak and poplar wood
is rotten, but can be easily identified.:
Some of the fat pine knots jare perfectly
sound. Tho formation above the black
mud is the ordinsry red c!ay The month
of the well is on top of a lateral ridgo
on which the depot and mtof the village
U stitnated. The black mad container
the fossils is partly fine pipe clay aid
sandy loan. Pied Press.
at the tail of Because we are by no means innocent ail ia our next issue. Pied. Press. race." FrawJror (Ky.) Yeoman. foul mouth forever
A young English clergyman in a coun
try parish thus reveals some of the f eeretaf of
the clerical prison-bouie : "Oh, there are
four of os whose churches are neighbir-
og, and we. have a whut patty every
to be "a beautiful specimen of a beautiful famous article 04 old B. had silenced his ' week, and the User writes tho Sunday
( sermons tortnt party.