ICmm f-T Li Jt JJ'imaiLllJgil'.'I'Sg1.' S. wi 1 sm'si IHUH 'i
- -" 5 - , , : . : ;
it I 'I v ' - '
e ' , r - ... v I I TV' HIP YgEPTONG I" RiAU,INMTUE DEAD.
weUet singerjrf W WwJMivL s&J&i&k fkfiak Qtomw.
iJ I Jl 2 . . " X ZaMAaYBAJ Jtii ' I " -T" .J .- A I av W " WMU. .KULI CTBHa v M KM ft MUI 1 1
M"VW."Wlr til ..ir . iMiftM SU. married a Dooular !,
- ' iii. t cmiA. - aw 1 1 aw BaiJiii wwte n a w w- v r r-r n -ww t r - m v i it - t . mi - w - w - -
, f K?tS rnc,3u.u. knowjrt, ..ttlkrrr Byrne' from whom
.Vi ' if WWtnd? discovered poU 4e .iib.eqaei,tlr parted, be following
we dstc doi ipttra tnan are uiose oi an t r. , . r . , : !
of tbe Union. Tb Tuomber and charac- tire ev.dence ot the exigence in una c y , gcene aeacnoe 1,1 power as an orator.
7 1 J :,.;.,;n. ft1i of a secret Chinese socjety named Hip The ate wa a capiul flony i
lieroiuie euuoauuiiui . . j" i. .. l
8XLtSDt)R1rvtHt?R8DAY AUGUST, 1.
Da account of licknets
'Jbeen able to get out our usuil amount of
ditoril and local matter tbi week.;
i NOTICE-' EVj2rYB0DYC l .
Nexf week 1i the tlmr appointed for
holding a special term of the Buperior
Court for Rowan, and aa many of our
patrons aud frienda will be in towri, we
uggeat that itwlll be a good time for
ettliog tap foe their paper. We shall
be pleased to see oar friends at this office,
x , .mm-
The Wilmington Journals, a few days
ago contained an article on the remarks of
the Watchman relative to the lease of the
North Carolina Bail Road and the action j
of the Legislature with respect to it. t We
Intended to publish the Journal's article
and will do so yet if we can find the paper
eontairfinfr it. The Journal is wrong in
eaying that we charged that there had
'been; no Investigation. We were aware
that some sort of an investigation had
'been had by a Legislative Committee.
Neither did we say that "free passes" had
iany thing to do with the action of 'those
who lield that jjiveBtigation. The honora
ble names the Journal mentions as having
been connected with it, we.foel oonflduut
could nit be influenced by such means.
We should be very sorry to think that we
'bad done those genllenaeu any injustice.
While we were aware than an invvsuga-;
tion had been held, we did not knoir the
gentlemen composing it or the scope or
powers given them i
r The 'Journal exh operates the Iegisla
, .lure from, all1 blame,, We do not. We
think the . Journal condemns, or rather,
intimates 'that the lease was a fraudulent
transaction. With tt we agree.
The Healthfulness of Z&n.-Wben
te signify a great deal , but still more Yee Tong. formed for the parpose of the
ignified by the native talent and liter- prosecution of a iracTln qh.oe ornen,
1 . , J . .L.-,.,u..-i.ii. in !k nM nto 1 vea of nrostitution. beven
arv autituae oi tne moiuers mm uau-nvi. - - .. . , ,.
Sfte-Ord-Nbrth UXCTTlir5a; Wmbefsere-arres bul ociety
atiange and memorable that so many of consuls of three hundrrd and fifty, and
the ladies of North Carolina have develop- the officers are searching for f be others.
edfso much literary mlent, and that Jo The following are tho circumstances lead-
creat acauainUnce with tue remoie ma-i ms; u
tofy and earlier annals of their State-is
exhibited by them. Uesides the plrtiy
fictitious reputation of Miss - Evans, of
Alabama, we know of no lady in all the
South, who has attained the same laurels
Several weeks since tho ehlef of poliee
received a letter from three Chinese girl,
which translated read as follows :
'This letter is written at onr wish. We
are three poor girls, kept by an old man,
in literature aa the young authoressof Ah Can, and an old woman, Ah Die, as
of Valerie Jiy lmer." We hope we do slaves, to make money tor i hem by prosti
not offend the jealous sensibilities of onr luting our bodies. Uiilesa make so
own noble and faithful Virginian daughters ranch nightly we are whipped and tortnr
by rendering a just tribute to the rare edi We would like to lead more honora
artistic and literary gifts of their sistew ble lives. Will the authorities of this city
of Carolina. But even at the risk of being aid s poor victim to escape tins dwgrace
blamed by those whose favor is so gratefnl full iftf 'We will be grateful."
and welcometo us, we are constrained to re- The girls could not be fonud. A few
cognize the claims of the lady authors iof days later one of them, Ah Sing, escaped
North Carolina as reflecting peculiar hoii- and fled to the City Hall for protection.
nr.inat onlv on their Sutes. but on the She was Sent to the Kov. Mr. Gibson's
uii. to iL Ptirml fntimenta Chinese mission school, and -was there
,hl.,' tl,v unhold i the local faUtorr married to Yat Lung. A few nights since
wh ch the keep fresh and memorabli, and Yat Lnng was taken before the Hip Yee
tlreir litcrarv reDutation. both in the Hzhteir Tong Society, nud there told that he must,
and more seriona fluids, has been attained under the penalty of death , pay the keeper
bv ;tieui.-P6terslurg I nebs and - f'tlie brothel trom which Ah Mng escap
Mi if Jed 350, tha price of the girl. :
-ilt bung returned to the mission and
.1.iimu1 tliorn tlmt hrt k nfrniil tn crrk into
THREATENING. ill ,mtraf,tM I t.liraom4 a f lift, ft in Ypo.
A cloud of war has appeared W the Tohff Society the police -foflod large roils
I . . x i .1 ! 1 i. e ... - 1 .1
rjuropeaii say. timay not oq larger man containing xoe bhidctwiub women buiu,
a man' hand as yet, but it looks omjnouJ the amount paid for each, und the amount
none the Jess. It' may. increase id siaejowed by enstoraers
with the rapidity of a snmrner: cloud anq
sooh grow black with the terrors .of teml
pest and lightning- - Marshal McMahon,
President ot France, has angered Victoa
Emmanuel, lvng of Italy , and the latter;
has Uttered the language of menace. It
seems that the, new President of Francois
It is thonsrht other -similar aooiuties
exist. Every effort will be made to break
TnE RURAL CAUOLIN AN.
The, August number of the R0rai
Carouxian hat reached us with its ac
customed regularity. The table of contents
presents a varied selection of matter both
i instructive and i a teres ting to the agricuU
rtarlst and the Iiome circle. The "RuiUl"
Is now established on a firm basis, having
1 nearly completed Us fourth volume It
..!s pleasing to learn that it it daily receiv
ing now accessions to its already largo
list of subscribers. The publishers aro
determined to spare no efforts in further
extending its field of usefulness. To that
end, (hey are advertising, for Canvassing
' Agents in each County of the several
Southern S)ales. This will afford an
excellent opportunity for energetic farmers
to undertake the duties of Canvassing for
the new volume, which begins in October
The terms are $2 per annum ; with club
rates as follows : G copies for $10 10 for
$16 20cppiea for $30. Address Walk-
lit, EVASS & COG3WKLL, f
Charleston, S. C.
JJr.t Byrne rose in, the. co,nxt ropm amid
deep silence, Yrooecded I to ! close Tot Ike!
lira, with Ionz flowing black, locks his
eyes, burning aud flowing like a biasing
coal; he tore the veilof sophistry," woven
around the subject by his adversaries and
aid the bald and awful facts- before the
(try. Now raisins to awful denunciation.
ic seemed a Nemesis to the cowering criml
nal before him ; now be turned his voice
to low persuasion as be sought to mould
the jury to his wishes. But as he paused,
afier a tremendous effort, his eye persaad
edhipj, that, unless he called to his aid
som? new and startling Una of action, the
verdict would bo against him. At the
time an okl 'eccentnet man was' bailiff of
the court. One of. his peculiarities was
to steep lorouzh the argumems or coun
sel, and nauzUtaouId aro ise him save the
command of the oourt, and the voice of
the District Attorney directing him to do
some official act, but at these well known
sounds he would start from, his seat with
an alacrity remarkable for one of his years
rn : . 1. : r i
his usual hap) Byrne. Jo, whom this ;do
ayncrasy wel) kuown, , pointed bis fiogr.
at the .peaoeful couuienauce, and then
eulozizcd his faithful attention to hi
duties. "Rut," said ho "he has in this
caae left onc luty anpcrfrmed." Thou,
with a voice that thrilled through men
hearts dud made the afters ring: Mr
U iilin, can u m. a iras. t H i oU men
sprange from hi seat, and hurrying scro
the 'court room to the entrance beyond
called in a wierd, thick rainncr, the dn
man s naratv ivuuam Aams, miiiaiq
Adams, wiiiiam Adams, com iato tue
oeonle feel the need of an acid fiber
Wminr a!he and Sit Jeeiwra 6r
afleavthey wmildfeil just as Well sausfied
person should then purchase several dozen
at once, and prepare them for nse in the
warm, weak days of spring and summer
when the acldes. especially cilrle and
no iDlary. M sugfeitionl
in jtue -tuaricei.' a
fbaUc.orthe acide of lemons, are so grate
ul and useful. I'tess your hand on the
on ue fable to make it sqneexe more.
eailv : then nrtui the' iuieo into a bowl
. r, . - i - ...
or nimbler never Into a tin; strain okti
ll the soeds. a they trivo a bad taste.
Remove all the bulb from' the peels and
boil in water a pint far a dozen lulb
to extiuct the acid. A few miuutes boil
iag ia enough then strain the water with
the juice of the' lemons f put a pound o
wbrte Sugar 16 a pint of the jaree ; boil
ten miuutes, bottle it. and yonr lemonade
IsTpady. Put a tabtespoonful or two of
tin lemon syrup lit a glass of w'ater, and
bare oooliug. healthful drink, '
ng bis balr. and feeling his col
w J . a ifuiu iaiv a aa o i ua it unin nv " .
."?9V , Uhh'lbet .pec si reliemoT ari
tie family'lls iangatnary. i.Jtjl jSGfiiating of prayer, exhortation tnd
i a crerwj 1 1 insirucuon. At a o clock on TVj i
Jmra.ih murdered man.ktlled
iaoei Willbui FcltiAUita 4
ail 'aerved three yeArfiathe StaHVlison
. . .
for it. Two of bis brothers were killed
in the battle during the war, and he him
sell almoat fatally wounded. AH served
in the Eighth New Jersey. James and
Alexander were noted firemen of fxwarA-
The brother, killed were Uavid A. apa.
-Wallaee. Thi first was killed at the bat-
lie. of. VVilliamiburr. Va.; an Wallace
died from tb effeat of wouads recrifed at
tin same Utile. At Alexandn4, vvifginia,
Juries tadv : part of bis caff carried away
bv a shell, and a bullet is still in his
shoulder White James was in the State
prison Alexander worked day and night
and epeul every eent he earned trying-to
shorten the ten from fie o three year
As above stated, ha succeeded,
the erectirtonj.the spiritual advuer3
morning tne solemn Sacrament
T 1 - C I .ni t , . .
lli.m nrir.l.li, al,!.!. i.L .
only will be present with them.
mors Sun, July 30..
i'ne'fUoi laiodelW faVs-Lo.
8wrdaT,trfgbt!tst betwm M lniilii :
o'clock, some one bailed at the front rul
of the place where Mr. Levi Edward, u. '
... wwufc vcoimues iroti tk
town of JVilson. Mrs. Udwards
oi : f -
ertd , ! 1
the window and asked who 1t
w iuiu id rcuiT mil U vas Dill- J
iih a note from Louis JoUcr, a neito,
king Hr. Kdwards to come orexU,
nt morning; acton to Joiner's '
Sloon th; window was closed ithoi aty.
tbig aarw Uiag id aWoi MkMr if"
wards Mr. Ejwards wtnt-te tb fn.-
door for some pnrpoae, and Waring toic,!
artUfraATgateasked wjaa. a, !
andM-taAd Ip.rr ply that Tt as Ji'i
od that be whb'to deliver th T,oie
by IXr. JolnerT Mr. Ed wards the. 1
out toibewgatrt nd the nrgro mai.fcri
snch it pmvid to be, comrUMiced trU.k;
into hr pkt fr tke note, Lai. U
strrojtd not to-be able to fud it, Mr, Ld. '
wards told kjm th( be bad-Utter et
in the haasettid have a ligbu''Tli! tu
tUif f 4lord tVlwardstn.rAhe Hwin
lliat"r1i ciioii.jwhetube Utier f-h a Mtrr
blow ovrr thehntilder fronl an ax; llrr
hlch Luck-i3 him down, the axe LitL e
-fTTtp ovrr jsTTootiiig iTTe mik, e ,
aroce from tht ground he :m kiwk
down by a lick Hi the bivk. and
a preHm'iiary Ife or not les lhaif 3U oao ; "s. -r " ' - f '
and uixin the final decree of the Ccurl the i n ,,K' U'ch okr lnvr "r '
further sum of 91 4,000, aa well as th tosu 1 r,p !' . ! : ;
Shc akthat ih.: bouds 4 bis i-tcap-. , A-na...;
n brraHf and the Piei- 1 l ,cc ,na neuter Uu- t.u J
dtMi! of iIk- Church of J; sua Clnfu and " w '.t ii pouiy m... .. fc
of'ifie Liiurdavs Saint U- fuicvtr dia- "rrted n'1 ,g, Olon lrIal "l Kr"k
Prof. TT. J. Harri, of L'Tiislfna, praC'
tical phrenologist and physlttoist, deliv
on a virtf mtrstm iiL'Car! in tliisi citv
. - a m . mt t 'f J - .
meJiUting mterterence wilU Italian anairs, last oisht; to a lai;;e audience He h in
andahe cry is to go tortll, vave France died the subj ect in an eiy off h Lid w iy
andUJowf'' The Julian King if not an wm 1Bara him vere biirhlv enter
- - . a . - mm. I CJ ml
ablesovereign, but lie is Said tq.be braver rwjrfed Prof. II irris nosdeasiM wonderful
He will scarcely submit, taeaely " to anyU lntaitive nower. and his delineations of
demonstrations that may be;made ortPi1;..lctpr cannot fail to 'convince tha moit
Italian soil by the war-like rulei of thoi skeptical, of the truth of phrenology.
Freijch. If Unme U to be saved to Papal As a pyrotechnist, Prof. Harris stands
rulej if .French bayojiets once more gleam unriveled; At the conclusion of the Idc
in tlje oity Of the seven hills and the uniiy! iqreji;3l nigi,t, he favored onr citizens
of Italy, is to be destroyed, thero will 4e with one of his exhibitions, which con
war Necessarily, and there Ul be other 8isted of a fire haloon being aent up to the
belligerents than , the two. power referred height of two nr three mileK The baloon
to. We should suppose that France had, had strings attached to it, in connection
enough of war to satisfy Us !stomach for wjt wUndi, were h ills wbiqh fell some
the flight" for decades to come, It is s lwo hundred feet and then esployrd in
pityplers aud -Kings are so ready to tl,e air with the noise of a small cannon,
appeal to the arbitrament of the sword; We could not fc?gui tn describe the beauty
when wise counsels aid a-pacific spirit Uhia "grand pyroteeUnical display. It
would answer so much "better. Under was novel, aiariling and beautiful exceed
any Aspect war is a terrible alternate and fag' anything of the kind we have ever
only I madmen, it would seem, would Deore witnessed. Xorl AH'&wm He-
plunge into it recklessly ana uuwiseiy.--par(ert
court." rhe'crini?iial shivered. in his'wat
it .id r j .ii.i i.i .
men a Diooa nowea couuy, ana us silence
was aa death. Justice siMMii'-d crvlyg to
Heaven for retribution ihc fue? of IHimih
grew white and blueaud each man glnrdnd
his eyes npon the dour as if he ex pecird ihe
appaiUimi to answer tliesumraoiM. Ouile
raen, continued B'rne, that witness can
never cotpc. x ne one who can rUlo
the circumstances of this tragedy I'ws in
his cold ancl silent grave. No bailiff
voice. can rouse him from his eternal sleep;
naught, save the clarion blast of the
Archangel's trump car pierce the adaman
tine walls of his resting place. He has
been deafened forever by him who now
stands arraigned at this bar. Base, brutal
bloody man, opon you hangs this awful
responsibility. Your hands have dabbled
in his blood, and as the instrument out-
I raged society I demand your conviction."
Genius triumphed Justice was viwlica
ted and the prisonei expiated his offence
on the scaffold.
MAD DOG DITES..
The reeent cases of hydrophobia in &U
city, says the Baltimore American, hv-
eacl ed a discussion concerning the nature j
nd origin of iliia ni v-ti rious disease whicl
nay 04Mviribute sooiuiiiing of substantial ;
VMlue to medical svii-noe. We find ibutat
Jarge nbmbrr.oi. intelligrnt writers are of
the opinion that cases of true hydrophobia
are exceedingly rare, and that those dis
tressiug symptoms which affect . patients
'who have been biltt-n by. dogs supposed
to be rabid are due in a large measure to
tbeJitttueoce of the imaginatiou upon the
' Another theory fs that the 'poison,
whrn communicated by the tioih of a
jfabld doV,-' U held, as it were, jn a Utile
Vesicle or sac which forms about the
wound, hih! that it is not absorbed until
thire'p;iclu.i destroyed by ihnseiiui
aliiig prucPises of nature. If taken up
y.iili bUxd imuiediateily, iiydrophodia
It ft S
woi.ia re.iit iminiMlnteiy. nic t.jct tmt
ihe wMiud bfoim! aorejnst befoVi uiiJ
iM'rf o nii ? Oil ihtWi tli it some dnioleti-
TUE 9E VEN T E NTH -v MBS. BRIG
HAM YOUNG UEQUIUES A SE
PARATION. She swears jbal she bas agrcHl to pay
u'.iiuMA ami council a- reaonaiir.oo-
4 t-r Ifieir servloVs, atrd tlnrl she
to means to comply with her
:- mi in tUau lliose andVr ike control
1 -iden't of the Church of Jesus
S thri Littered ay SaiuU. She
ihi .KK SzOOQ ia a reasonable aom for
liirir c rvicrs.-i-8he further ahowabatche
is without a hrtme, and stoppipg at a hotel
in Salt Lake. .-She thinks it will require
$1,000 a month to defray her expenses.
She prays that Bringltam may be order
ed to pay to her during lh petrding of
i Li suit the satn of 31,000 per monib
from the daiv of the filing uT bier bill, nd
l hat be be required to pay to her eolieimrs
preliminary tee of oot less lliarf 3u 000
of. the Com t.
solved, and I hat
Kafhi; pniceAs In the c-lluUr si
A PORTIOX OKTHK E.HTATK
of the defendant, Mm.viuting to $300,000
mu"t b- takutg place. Ureat faith slionU b et n tor tlie 0eu nt ot Hie cm
be put in the en Hing out und oauWi uiuy pplainanl ; fnriUer relivf as ihe f-qaiiy of
of tho wound, for thero can be no d.mbt i her case may arrant audio iheOouit
long I sjeiu lutft. SUo clones by aaking llul
.i i i li.. i ! . i
f I'A FRIGHTFUL FRATRICIDE
Wf A nnt ctftpn nnl!p nnw mniii Ytnt
WARS NOW GOING ON. we are impelled to make some remarks
When the millenium comes,: there will; upon a song recently published, and en
be universal peace in this little planet of jl titled "Kiss Me Darling When I'm
oura.ibut not before. Universal Deace so- Gone." The request itself is indeed of
cieties do hot prevent men from cuttting j "n luteresiiug nature, ueause it suggests
their -throats nor nations from! slaughter- I the inquiry, how, in the name of common
ing people by the million. Men will ueverl sense, can his darling kiss him wheu he is
beat Itheir swo:di into plowshares and4uei . U.ia too much to expect of a
GxnsbalClinquak. In his address now going on :
spears into pruning hooks,
fork World enumerates the
at Davidson College, the soldier and states
man thus al
"For the great war itself, North Caroli- i
na was not,
udd to the origin of the war :
as a State nor were her- sons,
Soon after its close, in De
cember, 1865, I met the present Vice-
President of the United Dtates (then
I. An internecine war between the Re-
puDl.an ijrovernraent of Spain and Don
vunos, iue leguimaie neir oi--xne Uour-
bons o the throne. This war has con-
woman. It is in a certain aspect, uurea
sonable. If she kisses him while he is
there, he ought to be satisfied, without
-requesting her to perform tho osculatory
teat aticr he lias left for home. 1 hat
word, "osculatory," will probably bo used
in this paper may times during the next
tinued for some lime, with varying sue- .few j months. Whenever we start up a
cess, f At present there seems no hope of iew and surprising word like that, all the
a decided victory by either army. editors and critics ami reporters seize it.
11. Ibe war between Cuba and the and shake it at the public until it becomes
e has con- Uiiesome,) But what we wish to refer to
r n w 1. 1. . I. .. I nI rt Inn I l l-l I. ir. Mil. i i 4.... .
.li . i .i j vi icnio, xk nits uee i uruae- t''"fcj'"ij niii; ouiie ia tut; uiew verse,
ennlrl nnt ha r noon vnifltsH Iia nmnl r.C I . r I f . . . . 0 '
Vu - a .'- TV . v V 7- cutedlwith vigor on both sides and fero- which is as follows
sry, "? ' Jfe? rmy waves
FX.? ?. a - U 6'Vf ? "P.1 K I.iv4. The telegrams have informed us The fragrance of thy loving smile
vo:.- ci" CC" , . lately that Khiva was captured and the ! W II waft new stratigth to me..
u. yjuT. oeymour, cenamiy mieuec- KhlinL.nn.rA,I n.,r ,1;. li Yni Will .nr il..t V,;u l.-
contradict this rumor. Russia, though ming in thesaid sea he expects her to atand
Senator Wilton,) in Washington, and he mot,r count Th- gU
said to me "I am glad the war ,s over, it tinue4 for fo'ears. It has b
a uni. a lew weens later, m
lov. Seymour, certainly in tellec
tnally equal to any statesman of thenlay,
: remaraea tome that he had at the beein
nibg of the war, been inclined to condemn
! the course, of the Southern men in seced
, ing, but that he was then convinced that
thr collision could not have been av. ided !
vci. iuniiuiuiiir, in uis aauress to the
'Grand Army of the Republic in Philaqel-
pbla, sinet, has stated with irreat clearness
' 'aud force, rhat the war was the result of
causes for which the people neither of the
' North nor of the Souih, of this generation,
were responsible, and that -those who
' h i.Au :.i. i l i . i - i
v" otucnau uorne iiiemscjves
slie will doubtless ultimately he successful, somewhere and smile a loving smie, upou
will have to earn lier conquest of the Kha- tbe fragrance of which, if the wind blowa
uate of Khan and ntrhlincr his soldiers
VI. Modoc war just ended.
V. d he war between the Dutch and
Hie bItall of Atchen. This conflict will.
alter tue close ot the nreaent nrmed nin.
iralityj break out before many months
with renewed fury.
V 1. 1 1 he war hetwen Sir. Samuel Baker
ana ins forces and the slavo riRAlr n
Uie White Nile. Lite distoache. rImw
iu .the right direction, he expects to float
asnore. it bis hones are realiind w.
t - - a
shoulft like to hear trom him. We shall
take pains to patent that woman's loviu?
f mues, so inat me iragrance of them cau
be sliced off and sold as a life-Dresrvers
SA wp.man. whose smiles posses such now
er: would be invaluable as a Chambermaid
like brave and honorable men in a cause
,C6" rlu"JU8U . ii has'noUruth in
w.hat hypocntea the Northern leaders fore
HOW PXPOntTiicr Iiifl'tnTafAn ?- iLU.u
were! 1 hey pretended thai it waa a war hivirt At Afri. J
Ck al.A I T.;.. i 1 m .....
y " Ior "e nogro, and To all these wars must be Added th
thus they secured the aid of Maryland, occasional conflicts thatoccur on ihe banks
Uelaware, Kentuckv aud Missouri, and na nf Mm (iA u. ... t . . i.
. , , , 1 viiuiuv. ucmccil iue AXCSICulia
"' w.r " "rer ",B7 aT0W tnat and the TeXans ; and. chronic revolutions
... .w.FM.e,r on eci was lo tree the ne- ofCentral and South America : thediffie.,1
gro . without the eo-operation of the lies between the ttnn-llal. 5n T,wl?J ....i
rfMr.Li,Mi.i..'.k' n-ij.. . .. T O " i v
w. umiu uuro iiiudea in inn t in wi m ihhua . .i.i rj
r r. i r. . . i " 'i1"" ruo iMMiui-iu . irq
.?.Baec.wn sowninineaontb,AboI.tionHdimculiies finally to be settled
f 11 5 steamboat. If any body happened to
y. fdl oyer board she would wnf. ihe strnie'ih"
linuer on the smell
better than if he had
it. Sir Samuel is there- Inm.rT-flJ" Adder.
that the painful rumor of the death of this turner on the smell of the smile to enfetv
a. i h .. t i . ii .a .
uaruy explorer ana ins accomplii-hed wile! Puer man ii lie had a cum thing around
i )0 r
ism could not have succeeded.
mask waa thrown
But the force oi arms ; and' the internal stUff'trics.
off, when disguise was leading to occasional bloodshed,
UONEST MEN FOR OFFIC
1 j j, . . " : "t uivuuaucu. iu mosi
" UKVnoai" uaiiotte uorne. countries of the world, not excepting our
but that the poison remains there' a
time bclore it is absorbed.
Tragedy in Xewark, Neu Jersey A
iFamily Steeped in Blood A 2errille.
Finale to a Trifling Dispute.
! ' f Xew York Herald, July 30-1
TheimaU frame-house, No. 1? Beacon
street, Newark, embowered in graperies
and other foilage, and occupied by the
wijow Birrell, and age Scotch woman,
and her sons Alexander and James, was
the, scene last evening, between 7 and 8,
of a shocking murder- the slaying of
on4 brother by 'he other, stabbing him
to the heart with their father's almost worn
out shoemaker's knife. But one witness
waa present, the aged, gray-haired, bow
backed mother, and, as she persistently
icfosed to aay a word about the circum
stances, they had to be gathered at con
sidcfable Difficulty. As near aa could be
ascertained by the Herald representative,
of the shocking
Wo learn that on Friday the little villge
of LogansviJle, in Wulton Co., was stirred
to its profoundest depths by tbe perpetra-
ion of, a brutal and cold blooded murder.
From what we have been enabled'to gather
it appears that a young man named tiara -
metl, was out practising with his rifle.
A ball struck the dwelling house of an
old man naifocd Rock more. Mr. Rockmore
came oot and isked ilammett not to homlaera,f the family and from the poliee
that way any more as the ba la -might il appear lhat oflate Alexander Birrell
strike and Will Some of tbe children. Ham 1 "as been
mer "Cil. ,antd. TvF HXAirrixo the role of Kb xr tv.LL;
aiidliftiiur hm rifle lo ma face, deliberate v
shot Mr. Kockmore m the neck. Seeing James, on tbe contary baa been very
that Rockmore did hot fall. Ilammett ran steady. After fiuishmg up a good day s
to him and beat out his brains, breakititr work at hatting yesterday afternoon in
us rifle off at tbe breach. Rockmore dfrd latel & W heaton's place, in I nomas
almost instantly. . Ilammett fled to parti street, where he was employed, he pro
unknown. Mr. Uoekmore is said to be a I ceeded home, and had some word witn oh
a k m i iik
o.igliam louu'be compelled to appt-ai
b f.r- the Court al a ct-ruui time u.ider
a crlaiu penalty, ihert to answer U qors
tiona thai may be put to him.
at the scene
soon after it
man of family, and about fifty years of
age. . Afc&mtoeti ia said to be scarcely
twenty-one years old, and bump-back.
brother Alexander about some vrlcuilta
The latter, it seems, had eaten more ihn
his share, so thallJamea had to go short
when he came home. The quarrel was
stopried and Alxaudcr lt-fi the houie
"MAMMA IS DEAD."
Virgiuia City Nevada) F-uttf prise.
Mr. John W; Van Brocklin, of Twin
Bridges, a shor distance away from litis
city, w helping to -'build a church at
Sherid an, aud wa away from home with
his wagon and team from Monday moin
ing till Saturday night. He had been
several weeks t so occupied. lie was.
therefore, absent from his wife and two
little children, the eldest five years old,
all week, except Saturday nights nud San
days. Mrs. Van Brocklin and tho child
ren enjoyed good health, and the husband
and father had no fear for lb safety of
the birds in ihejhoine nest. There were
near neighboretoo. On Saturday even
ing the two children used tn toddle a good
distance along! the road by which their,
father came, id mett him and ret a ride
home in the wagon,
Mr. Van Brocklin was returning home as
usual, and the two little fellows had gone
. Mrs. Waloutu Living .m
Siko. Tbe miher of Frank II.
worth, the muiWrerof his father, ao r J
mni-d by b-r, youngest oa, Trwy!.:
taken up her residence in a quiet K m
ing house at Sing Singj NewW-k
FVank has been formally install d :ti-
i.fSce as clerk; of ibe shoe dt-prta i :
He will be stt to work in the prvr '
office of the cleik of ihe shoe depirtta -i.j.S
wbere.no strangers can see him in puM.j
through the prion. , j ,
In regard to; the fling by the Womin't'
Journal agairist Miss Atignil D?,
Kite Field and ethers, calling thrnislj,
roids( tbe . Ilochca'u r Democrat nr :!
"We abal ventarQ ns remarks atia'ile,
spe of thejotler Jadica ' mentioned, but
Mins FiTd" antf "MiV l)odgf , so fr fr-a y
being old maidi, arc only years back. r
In p.ivl? eouoty
sigea . 3 year. (
on the 27th int.
N E V A DVERT1S E M E N TS .
On a late amrdaHp,jE1; tiAr Fm.,e l.laA atrutf
a taught in Ihe Acaoemj in the rear of tht
I Preshnerisn Church will be opened onToer
quilt a distance! to meet him. He atrpped I SefKerolxr lCih, 1873. ! '
to rake them in the wagon, and as he lifted kfl-MVT'11' ffir"7
Ihem up be asked: "How is mamma ( I flrte CaLdwILI 4 '
Two little voices replied : "O, papa, mans- "J. J. BarE,i . "S :'
brother Mi l iw, James Alio
Ihk Battlk of the Bullfrogs
W mm I -mm m m m. . m .
Many ot Ihe cuuena ot Vermont wijl re-1 residing at rvo. 'cGl .N irfolk street, ai
momko. tn. hovo J..I1- U'.ll C rl .. .... ,... V. U .-I tl
ui.ui . n. uo r u ascu uu unvvi uiiij iniiiJCJljr u 11 lilt: f nnik iniiits. .-kiirvik
oi iue u inanam. county oute uaiik; al told bim that lie had mms words wun
vignette representing bullfrogs fibjing. James; and soon after left and returned
Thia was engraved to. commemorate, tbe home! The nnarrel between the two
t ...i r u.. i..iir n. i .i- i n n .in
uuic ui iue uuiiiiygi, . i. ue Mcitwero nroincra was men renewed, ana Airca.
as follows: Many years aeo. when the calledh'Jim" a "son of a b b." aad it is
town of Wiudham was, newly aeuled, I said, nsed moat iusuhing language toward
there came a very dry season. There are tke old mother, who stood by. Then the
ma's dead." He thought he did not hear
correctly, and asked again, "Your mam
ma 1" The little voices again ehinaed to
gether, "Yvs, papa, mamma's dead in the
bed." Van Broaklin hurried his l an
hoine. He found his wife indeed in U-d
i-Hft-ufiUh-, and nl sinking in dealt. She
A Ii rt alone; no neighbors werf near,
lit call- d l-ouir- for b-lp ; the u-ihbirs
if al umed ; a doctor was suiomooxl.
;. i. I ' fore he arrived the poor woman had
, puucan conrenitpn in Iowa
Incorporated in their platform aa audeln
Jt declaring it "the duty of every (Bepooli-
A PROPOSED NEW STATE.
e; movement lookine towards the
formation of a new Suteout of North Mis-
can to oppose the election oT bad mrn t 8J8,PP Vest lenneasee and Western
office, whether nominees of the RtmblU h,en.tuc.kT 18 '"sT discussed with consid
... - a s i w l . . t
an t' mi rv aw ft ' TT' w
..... ..i imi. xicreupon an lrtwa
piper of the Republican pursnasion, the
c CAroZ,1akcs the benefit of this declara-
Hon by dropping from the Republican
State ticket the name of Gov. (Caroenipr
whose nomination Tor reflection it'resjads
as one eminently anflt to be made. It is
' wholesome elgiv of tbe times that the
Iowa Republican Convention has deemed
(f expedient expressly to enjoin a non
lepnblieans the duty of opposing the
election of bad men, whether on their own
crable enimatibn by the newspapers puh-
ii?hcu in iue section interested. A con-
vcntioix is to be held at Jackson on the
29th inst., when delegates are to be pre-
m M ' . -t
em irom every citv. town and civil d a
tnct wjLhm the limi
new iate. . iue eenera
to be lajfaver of the
i IHE LlEAtJI.-V (5T.A6Tlr PrntriTT A
t , ' v. A. v. . f
' i I A...
Singular cas ot locklaw came under th
notice ot several reliable physreia'ns a few
nays ago. A gentleman well-known
business circles, and rather a heavy wcVht
AllfiT.ttAl inlbn.olif . 1. 1 . . m
.p.. .v.. ....1.1.01.1J iium i ue neai: Alter
experimenting with a numbt r of cool i no-
beverage, he settled on claret punches as
(he best "steady drink" for hot weather.
and absorbed several of tlipm A
a Straw. ITnfnrtnnafoT-u k Kl J
i - .m..Uiv.ij , llo uciu iue
Straw- m the same Dosition aa . h flifl
Cigarj in the corner of his month, with the
f no resvmg against bis cheek., Al the
expjraUon of a few daya, Uie intensely
cold Jiquid had a aiogular , effect, and
fprmed an abscess in. hia cheek-. Not
knowing at firat what it was. lie continn
to dispose ot bis regular number of nnnrh.
es, and, was soon taken with ihe loekiaw
4f. uoagen ana one or. two otber nhvai.
clans attended him, and with difSeultr
saved bis life. They were for some time
At a loss to account for the singular .afflic-
two large ponds in .Windham, separated
by an uiterreniu strip ot laud, of coasid
erable. extent. Each of Uifse Donds was
inhabited , by. a largo community of the
repiilee above named. T'ho smaller pond
a nea uppa 111 Miuauiiauta siaru-rt iu a
body lor tbe rower and larger pond. They
were met. i if tbe hi tr vea ing spnc by ihe
colnniuiiity from.Hhe larger pond, .und a
fierce and -Tong cnntumid 'battle .ensued
between flVe,'uyaI cotninuuii ie. Sueb wa
llwe hideous' belhWin? of lhe.lrma ilurinn'
tbein fierce eiichMirter that it aUriui th
irtdabitanU, who-it first aupjMiaed it fco be
the whop,i.; ihe hostile savages. Bat
curiosity gelfiilg the beller of their fears.
they very cautiously' proceeded1 U tho
spot wbence. the hideous . siand ismic d,
and there beiieldVlhe .strange spectacle f
.1' i - J. .i k..in
men flew at each
and then ensued
other like wild beasts.
L IOC DS1TD STRtTOOLI.
Who struck the first blow is not
bnt'tbaf Jim' was not killed w
stiussle was mauifest from the cut and
bruised condition' of Alexander's throat
and face. Ji n, it should be stated, was
until fatelv known as a denrate charac
ter,oun who would kill a man as quick a
look at him. and, possibly, . Alexander
kiH)w ii)g wU the character of his brother,
determined to make short work of him.
and xher fore feeiaed hia father's well nigh
worn ojit shoemaker s knife and plunged
it into 'Jin: 's breast, on tbe left side juste-
few, incjiea below the collar-bone. It looked
a light innocent wound to tbe Herald re
l hjv. i lie doctor said her attack
t piraltic nature. This is the
'i story, gathered from them by
.friend On Thursday eveuing
Vau Brocklin called her children to
her ad told them she was sick, and to
run and call the nearest neighbor. Then
she fell down on the bed. She, never
said anything more to them, aud thy at
firat supposed she waa asleep. Ii was
growing dark, aud they were afraid to go
for the neighbors. They slept in iheir
clothes and tried to waken thVir mother
in the morning but she would not rooe.
kaownj P'lfj bat:frly; Joud iudV'ff it'M in
ithout atllbf VfW n4jdc vl nib'e cpKaH.ra
Ang. 7 tf.
J. J. ScMMtartU VCora,
E. H. Marsh.. )
I FOR BEST j 1 1
i armies of bulllrogs, covering ter ?a8 he vieweJ it
jf grpund, Mg ged in a fierce di(! terble work. Jii
- i i . . .
ts of, the. proposed .T' 'S R new5 hX 8U)V gred
iseotrment seems IP k-c wuxo reapoaaioie
moyemeat; ?riw,i. ne soaerer, alihongh not
m - ' ..' 3 ' ' (f'tirely recovered, ia out of danger. He
Will r riiil 1 v mmtAA ' C t .ii i
mi 2. tv r . a.um n, imure ail croOKea
whereas u. jjowe; our -Congressman. a:nd da
r.7.r ; . jnca . Biuen a aeiaiinn and mnr .nJ .:n
rk.l w. A J . .L .. I I - I . . . . . . " ill
npucHiDo m ne reaisn nia aea.t eilber tlr hia
. " . I : ,: - W.KijLUB
Louis Democrat. .
or any other ticket. If they stiek to their in Ccnirresa. that hU .!np;in.r f. r
declaration we fear that w will be called by an honest man instead of a thief Is
noon to record a Democratic victerv out Resolution nnat h v-m x . m. j - . .. - V r '
in Iowa before lone. ' f7onrfl" " -.-a, .,.-wcrmw . Ualh0ic, Union.; in. the
J 1 f . ' I Mnucd otatea numbers oyer-230000
last nipht. bat it
muni' JUrr.a rf nmnnH en twi mA m Z i . . r.. ... V .
J "'"l'-i',SV"M." UCiVCM ,1 IkrMhLi nrlr I m m ..... I . ,.l
-uuuu.y qam, . . uaw eoniHiuea lae. mth. kitchen and extension into the
Mian jwcwy-iour .urs, ana wnenn yard aad jn a few minalca fell
raa . I. M A mm. mm 1 1 1 I
with the slain, and it became necessary to
avoid tbe noxious effiuvia, to gaLbexiand
bury tuem Boston X.t an script.
CORPSE ON THE SWAM).
k CD C3 rsl t . 1
4TUNlNO it MUStCi
SPECIAL NOTICE. ;
Prof. J. F. Rl'KtfKERT, of Wiliainglon l '
in SxlUburv lie ia aent fur lite Celebrated
TOebsr and Cbickering Pianos.
na ftoaxii- hia rfvioe U TmA VkJ Ryu' ,
Pianha nn i trtnn t do well lf erurir.g
aerrir irjnir.iixtrlr, a hia atar among ua i'l
bes.YarU , i ,
OrJera left at Mewra. Crawford 4 UuUf.
StorewiM meet witli prompt atttrtion. '
Aujf -7 tr. -j
MrsTSarah Wilson's School,
dence on the 27ih ofAugiAK "iCile, a Irr-'
Tneurderer, who waannder the inflo.
ence of liauor. at once realized what he had
done and Harried from the soot. In a few
Ccbaks Delighted. The statements minutes he waa airain at the hona f hi.
..v kin u iue ouminu r Tcaaeia iitieij i uroiuerin-ia w. ez-poiieeman Allison
l.l.fin V mm . 1 mmmmtmmmm maI.K.. . I. 7 1 ilf . . Z . I . . T ... ... ..
mij vuit nc". uiaaiuc kiiviri- vuucfiKai over, uim. saianet "me
way to Uaba to aid the insergents are re- and Jim have had trouble, and I think
eeived with much gratification by Cuban I I've killed him. He drew a knife on me
sympathizers in New! York; The state and I drew one on him." He then remark
ments, however, lacic, confirmation, 'Bat ed that he had better go and give himself
u is .ne-generally expressed opinion that I up to tiie police, bhortly after S o'clock
now ta Uoba'a t)pportniiity. Tbe bomejbe appeared at the First preeinet, in Wib
government ts torn oy uissensions, ana 1 11am sireet, and oeiiyered bimselfnpto
has as much as it can do to take care of the Lieutenant Portenfelder. tbe officer in
1 1 nrii . . t m mL .mrm..mn mtm tmmm lm mm m i t. i m m w m m i . . m m.mm Bmm. m . . ... t w
. - m. m3 niiauiDU v.uw.ma j u imm . m.mMtmm k k . . . m . . ww mm iue m m-i u n in m mmm. I m.
I - r I f- m V
scarcely know 'from one day to another vaguely told tbe officer he bad trouble with
wno tney are amenable to at borne, and I his brotber, and in order to save himself
cannot ne fighting wun macn spmt. ill Had to qo wnat tie did.
the Cubans were now to initiate some bold I: . Poor old lira. Birral waa distracted
uiufcweni na sinae a aeriea oi aeciaive ana on f receiving toe corpse of ber mar
blowi theynright iieeeip5 in obtainlor defed son tried," "My Oad !' tnVGod I
tbir Indeaebte'. l"r ' ?i 'oc? 1 Oh, mypoor son T my poor tov'r laodtsi.
iue tod evening to b milkc-d, but iJierc
im nobody to milk them, audatllususoal
m- they tornetl thein ont iut(,t(K.pasture
-The neiglibV'rs seIqg the "cblidren at
ibVir usual ok- suimba.-d of couiif, that
i .' . '.! .ir1r . i Ij
Mil was rini wiui uitrru hi noiuf, hbu h o
happened that lion? of tlKta caIli-T. Th
oldest child l gail to be alitlle fribtened,
suggslrd lo ih other: "What If mui
pa aheidd be dead. She muitf'bdead
or ahe'd wakerr up," and o :he little boya
timeo thy conciuaion Uiat thcyr mother
baa gon iw'ay'froro tKAd and"" wondered
what paper would say when he heard of
it. .Their curiosiiy on th's point was ex
cited, and with: 'heir hearts ' full ef hews
they started out to meet their father com
iug home.jnJiif wagon, Thev,had been
forty-eight boura wlthlhe shadow nf dcaih
in ibe bouse, and were not old enough to
realize what it meant.
Tub Lamplkt Mcrperkrs - The
Last Days op Nicuol-os ad Holla-
HIS. Of the two eondemt-d mm now in
the Baltimore t,ily j"i! awaiting the hour
of ctecution on'J riday, llolujian, it ia said
seems to retaio:thai physical energy and
at times dogged tenacity, iu, rtferviuce to
wordly affairs which baa always charac
terixed hioo, thought al oiiir times be
exhibits great devotion to religion, and ia
always docile in thi prcseoce of his pirp
tual adviser, towards whom he seems to
bo warmly attached. Ktcbolaon. (ba other
doomed man, appears to be unreservedly
peniteot. If ba contemplates anything
else than tbe boor of bis departure (torn
time to eternity be does oot abowt ia
bis actions. As the time draw's 'j&tr for
Mr. Hr, TUevm propoe o; ue a P.
hoahlfr. She liaa 'ine comfortV4e nare cbam-
ber. fornihM, suiiahia Tor a married conri",
. . . . . . a
(or twaamle prjn. h will Ua .! 14
UWle bordr, mk IM per month in4 -iJ!al-
act-otpfnoHAte transient euloneni, aoi b-Vtf
alie will be able to gjlve atifrtinn 1 't
Reid?fiee, Eat comer of Main f l.il-'T
strtrcw. - i J.ilv 31,lo
The Volera of fialiabury Townhip,
name arc fiut already in the liuok.of lci-ir-tiori.
win call M my office; and r.egitT tln f
Dime befure the day of Elertton.
T. Q. HALXHT).
If you witi to raiae from 33 to 100 p-r cent.
nyrfrl for at. tbe aar4 lanl
extra eapenfe or later, call on JAcs
S05, Grfn.bnro, Capt. L. C. HaXH, UV
ton, nr J. K. Ik kkk; lraTlinK aS"itt, SaJi4. ii?.
or addieaa the aodri ned i4 prortra r rni
right Uept. ibat will Ull Jvmi bow itn U
Parra cr Kcciirr.
i i r - . . a j
J)w SI, Smoa.
J. R RAY,
-Karrerrrilk soryiheCo,N. -
North Carolina College,
Ml Pleasant. Cabarrps Co. X.
Tl.S Tit cioiaii trtn of tbiS Iaatitaui
ill oouratoct Aofuat iih. 1873- j ,
Exprrrrt W tWoo of T Utl.f : -J'
legate Department, $H7to$lS7 j
Academic Department, $133 to
Slodehu rfcred at any time ?
PbrCitlnftT apply lo
f Rer.l, ArBICKLs,
juij to, 4t. I r1