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VOL. IV.-THIRD SKIUES. j jjj SALISBURY N. O., j AUGUST j, 1873. T 7m j NO. 48.-WHOLE KO. 88$.
yUBI18IlD WEEKLY ,
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i J, STEWART
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The World Aitoaixhrd.
'V 'inriralled Southern Remedy ia warrant
ed n.-L t nUin a inglc arKieof Merclky
: i i.... :
if ;.! nitiri(in niiiirrni luimiiiiT, in in
. a-UaXJL'Sr VEOETADLD,
.Mitiinii)g lumt SonAitm Koot and licrba,
an nil-wine rrovidem-e has placed in
&,u,ui: wliere Liver DiiwaMex mot prevail. It
V,' tm e all DiitaMts caused !y Verangcment of the
X-"- ' ' . . .
'1 ii.SvMrroM3of Liver Complaint are a bitter
:,i : ite in the muutli ; Pain in the Back,
S, !. - cv Jn'tnU, often ruixUkfn for Kheumatwn ;
,V,. 4i . luianeft; Loh of Apptjtice; IiweU alter-
t .it .'lv -ft i ve and lax; Headache; Loan of niern-
(,; v, Zwit.ii a painful emwliun of having failed lo
do 'i:ivihing which ottjht to have been done ;
J.'. hi'ity, Lvr rpirit, a thick yellow appearance
.ii' ;lie Skin and Kvet, a dry Cough often miit-
un for Consumption. SomjHtmea many of
Cr- -Tinntomn attend the di-ieane, at others, very
but the Livrr. the largest organ in the
i.ir, ia generally the acat of the diwane, and if
"i -i. -....: ..i i
tun tfejrujtieq in lime, great auueruig, wreitueu
pcM and Death will enmie.
Tkit Or eaX UnJaUing SPECIFIC will not be found
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Jann
A,c. Billions attack, SICK HEADACHE,
Colic, Deuiejon i SijiiU.fiOCR STOMACH ,
1141 BrB, ke., tc. j
Ximmoni1 Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
It the CUeapent, Purest and Best Family Medi
cine in the World I
MANUFACTtJREI) ONLY BY
J. U. ZEILIN & CO.,
M&i-itii, 0. and Philadelphia.
rr1ce, $1.00. Bold by all DruggU.
FOU SALE BY TIIEO. . KLTJTTZ.
June 19 tt. Saliabnty N. C.
, .jj ' AND I
COMPLETE SEWING MACHINE.
The first and onlv BUTTON-HOLE AND
SEWING MACHINE .coaibinMl that hna
madu its advent thiaor an' other country 1
StiB Ti e following reasons are given why
this U the Ust. 1 '
. !; Family Machine to Purchase.
1. Because it will do! 7. Because sjou cau
everytliinK'tiit any ma- quickly rai.-e or iowerthe
coii:e can uo, ws wins: leea lo aaaijutiw tliick or
from i the finest to the tli.n cloth.
cortistt material, he in
miiig felling, cording
braidjug, binding, catli
erinx auu t-ewing on. at
the Stine time ruffl n 'centre; the tension con
H. Because von hare a
nhott deep bobbin bv
wh eh the thread is con
stantly drawn from the
quilting, eic. belter than
anv ot .tr machine
2 liecaue the tensions
are more eanny ad justed
than any other machine
3 tieeaaFe it Can work
a beautiful button bole
making as tine a pearl as
by the band.
4. Because it will em
broider.over the edge mak
ing a neat and beautiful
border on any garment. 1
6. Because it will woik
a beautiful eyelet hole, i
6. Because it can do
over-hand seaming, by
which sheets, pillow cas
es and the like are sewed
over and over.
frequently even and does
uot bieak tl:e thread.
9. Because the paseer-
foot turns back : that the
jcloth nan be aasily remov
ed alter beina se wea.
10 Because the beet
me'chanics pronounce it
the best Qnishad and made
on the bext principles of
any machine manufactur
ed. It ha no springs to
break: nothing to gt out
11. Because it is two
machinesin one. A Bct-tok-hoi,k
Sewing Machine combined.
From the 8entinel.
TIIE FARMER'S MOVEMENT,
Whilat oor old friend, Jno. 8. Long,
Epq., it making his eloqnent and imprei
bitc addrrsses tbroagh tbe 8tte in behalf
ef thf P4trona of Hnabandrj," and U
enullislitng Oj-angea" wherever he goei,
we will to prove the occasion to gather a
few facts coueeruiiig ihi new and rapid I j
growing j order.! We do not know bow
miiny month old it is, bat certes if the
papers are to be trusted, ita growth is of
Jack's beanstlk sort. It has spread
marvellously, and there mast be some
thing in it and in the wants of the public
that are in happy agreement. We hare
heard no diecueeioii of its merits and hare
read no great denl about the principles of
the order. We find the following extracts
in an exchange! that it may be well to
publish, j Judge Hart of California, mas
ter of a Grange thua dicourseth: A .
"We propose; to become rerointiouists.
V e nropuee ti Ii v our hand at revolution, tbly brutal in the murder, and such
intil we nn overthrow the perverted, rot- j dor t cunctity about tltese crioiiimU,
ten systqm by which the li.duetriou far- ; 'hat we uiut detain the reader for a few
ruer, the prod iteer ot the very element of , paragraphs longer. Nicholnon had been
man's exisleiipfj and snbsistence has been i "red for very tenderly by Mrs. Lampley,
made to tQil and swear and uff,r priva- ,ie murdered lady, "who had bei-n to him
lion, and too ? often penury and ruin, iu ! more th in a mother." We believe she
order that the-; bloated monopolist, the was iii aunt. 1 he ixnzette in comment
gruipint middle inuii atid "lling" sharp!,
who iob the farmer of all oi bin pn.fi'i.
Kot only is crime on toe increase, bat
the glorifiation of villain's keeps pace
with it. We have long thooght th.it in
caW of murder, the doctrine of the Bible
should be carried out faithfully "an eye
for an eyp, and a tooth for a.tooth." We
have also thought that oil execntions
should be private. We have seen a cruel
murderer going to his execution as if it
were coronation day and he the Kinj; elect.
We have also been long 5 impressed with
the deleterious intittence of oratioua from
the gibbet, and the obtrusive demonstra
tions of sanctimonious scoundrels as they
were about treading the fearful march of
The other day, two derperate scoundrels,
byname' Nicholson and r Ilolohan, were
executed in ihe presence ff iix thousand
peiiple. Of this numbertbe Gazette says
four thousand. were 'wiiu 'en (hamelul
sight. Th re is something so inexpress
andi speeches, and. a programme a star
aeior might almost envy.
.Nothing could more forcibly be said, or
more timely. There is nothing radically
wrong in our treatment of criminals, and
the. sooner we deal with them as ;hcy de
serve ; seclude them, after conviction aud
seutcnee, from the public gati, and exe
cute them privately, in the presence only
of the proper authorities, the better it Will
be for us, and tbe fewer, crt
have to. chronicle. Sentinel.
CONSERVATIVES IN VIRGINIA
KEMPER, WITHERS AND DANIEL.
No other Machine can accomplish the
kind of sewing stated in rsos. d, 4, 5, and 6.
Parties using a family sewing machine want
a hole Machine, one with all the improve
ments. a !
It is to last a LIFETIME, and therefore one
is wanted that will do the most work and do it
the best : and this machine can do several kinds
of sewing not done on aay other machine, besides
aoiDg, every kind that all others can do.
The Auwisan or Plain Setting. Machine.
(Without the button-hole parts), does all that is
doogou the Combination except button-hole
MERONEY & BRO., Agfa:
Salisbury N. C.
Examine them before purchaeing any other
ing on the murder, says : -
There ia something so inexpressible
mn'y roll in luxury and wealth, aud by I revolting in the whole story of the category
which the farmer has been made to sup j of ordinary murders It whs deliberately
port the; political demagogues who ride 1 planned ; it was brutally carried out.
into power oil the backs of the honest, but ' How brutly, let llolohan's confession tell.
And get Bibles.; Prayer Books, Hymn
Books of any kinl you want; Histories,
Biographies. Mqsiej Books. Music. Xovel of
the best authors; Ulauk Books, Albums of
ths most stylish kiud; Stereoscopes aud
Views; School D.tolts. all kindi iu general
,V5. Slates, luks. Writing Ppei-.oif th.e Ue&l
quality; Wall Paper and VViudow Shade
.in great variety, Music Teachers for yucal,
Piaaos, Baujo, vlo
A woiid to rArxTiEn3-
Biiy: a few dollars worth of books every
yenr for your sons and handsand take a goJ
biArsua per, they will taork better au4 fee inof e
cheerful. Try it. j
flo not hesitate to say the American Combination,
surpasses all other machines. Besides doing alt
work that other machines can. it overseams,
work button holes in any fabric, from Swiss mus
lin to Beaver cloth. I have used Singer's SI oats
H f ve's and the Weed machines, and find the Amen
Bit far supeiior to them .all. !
I . t MiSS M. RUTLEDOE.
1 have nsed six different Sewing Machines. The
American surpasses thein all. ,)
Mrs. A. L. Rainey.
T lave used Tbe Sin per and other machines and
would not exchange the American for any.
j Mrs. H. N. Bringie.
Salisbcst, N. C, May 22, J 872.
Meroney & Bro.. Agts, American Com S.' M
84r : I have nsad the Howe. "Singer. Wheeler &
Wilson. Wilcox A Gibba ewinir machine, and
would not rive the American Combination lor all of
theb.it will do alitkt is claimed torit in tbetircn
lar; I consider iU nperior to all others 1 have evsr
seen. Very Itespectrutiy.
Mas. Geo. W. IIabrisow,
We the undersigned takegret pleasure in giving
our tes'imony of favor of the American Sewing
M-U-hiue in preference to any other, believing that
it it truthfully recommended at. ti e beht machine
made. It is simple, runs very light and does not
get out of order or drop slides.
' Mrs.: Lauka H.-0TKR1U.X,
A, L. ForsT.
"A. W NOTUKRN.
.' A, E. Jones,
. ji . i; E .TH'iMASnjj.
We have saen flaming advertisements and Lenrd
much said by Agents $t ether machinen.
V wiUyi-fert dim hundreds dollars to ti e con
endm? pity. if afteri fair trial bpforc -mnjetent
judges the Americin Machine will not do as well
;f,i.,f l.nt'or tin. ivnrkrl:n OH ttnv Other n.a -lliliP.
i and do valunbh; woxk tiat ao Miitr mature can t lug IjriMiigi
duped, tillers .of the soil, who are taxed,
and taxed, and; taxed, and sqneesed and
robbed, to support these insatiable mono
Enlist and political bummers, until it has
ecotne to ben serious question with many
farmers whether they had not better
abandon their farms and their homes to
those who already absorb nearly all the
profits their farms and labor can produce.
We propose to; break op the monopolies,
to combine our strength in one mighty
power that shall be able to hurl from place
and powerful! these dishonest harpies who
steal into office, betray the, farmers' inter
est, and make themselves millionaires and
Jordly aristocrats at the expense of the
honest but too confiding farmers. We
propose to demonstrate that, though our
order is a secret organization in its modus
operandi, in its internal workings, snd has
a secret charm spring that gives vigor and
unwonted tucgy to its magie workings
a Bhield of mystery that from prudential
yet justifiable jreasons the outside world
may not penetrate, aud that shall exclude
the trickster and, covert enemy from out
council, while we only maintain tbe
privacy necessary to every judicious en
ternrise: vet we do not fear f reel v. boldly
and publicly to declare the ends and aims
that we propose to accomplish in the pro
gress of our 'secret mission. They are
such as all good men, honest patriots, and
true Christian! and worthy citizens can
commend audi wish suecess to."
We have seen it recently stated that
the organization now uumbers a million of
e arrived at the house a 7 o'clock
no one was there but the old lady ; she
silling in her working chair a sewing ;
Nicholson entered without knocking ; flic
spoke to him very kindly ; I followed ;
Josh gave me an introduction.
We-talked a lit tie while when Mrs. Lamp
ley got up and went to the enpboard and
took from a brown piper bag some cakes
telling Nicholson that she had put them
up for his little children, that. she had in
tended to send them over to Nicholson's
house that morning ; then she treated
Nicholson and mysell to some wine, slat-
lug that it was home made ; Nicholson
stood behind her ; I was standing at her
side : Josh gave the signal ; I grabbed
her by the throat ; at the same time Nich
olson struck her with his fist in the stom
ach. We then carried her into the other
room, and laid heron the carpet ; ehc was
Can any one imagine anything more
graphic than this narrative, or more shock
ing than the contrast between the kindly
Welcome of the woman, strengthened and
intensified by the loving remembrance of
Nicholson's children, and the utter (lepra
vity of Nicholson and his associate ?. Yet
these meu : these murders of a hospitable
Land guileless woman unpitying aud re
morseless as they showed themselves to
have been .have raoro shocked sincerely
Christain people by their ostentatious
professions of religion, and by the liberal
way in which they declared their love for
and showered their forgiveness on every-
The very happiest combination ; of
names that could have been made is here.
Kefnper Governor, Withers for Lieutenant-Governor,
and Daniel for Atterney
General., This is a trne Virginia ticket
f joyni, capable, and faithful Virginians
The -numbers and cliarucier of the Con
veiiiion wheu first assembled augured the
best result,. and the conclusion of iis labors
proves the correctness of the bright prom
ise. The assemblage was worthy ot Vir-
giuia, and the men they have offered for
the highest positions in the State are equal
to the honors imposed upon them.
James L Kemper, of Madison, the
nominee for Governor, is a man every way
fitting to administer the affairs of the
Slate a lawyer of high standing, a leg
islator of long experience, and a politician
educated in tims w hen principles were
j discussed so elaborately and closely that
no man oi ordinary capacity, who look in
loblic nflairs, could fail to become familiar
with the science of government, lie has
proved his title to renowu as a toldier,
and socially he stood stainless among the
proudest men of the day. His public
devotion has been signalized by his con
sistent labors for the public good in the
council and his intrepid bravery in the
public defence in the bloody field. In
his hands the State is safe. The people
know that in his ability and fidelity they
have the best assurance that their inter
esfs will be '.hroughly protected aud wisely
Robert E Wiibers, of Wythe, the nomi
nee for Lieutenant Governor, is one ftf na
ture's noblemen, true as steel and above
suspicion. He is the peer of his colleague,
tlie candidate for Governor and, like him,
won undying fame by his valor as a sold
ier, and like him fell covered wi'h wounds
from which h;s recovery was consid
ered almost miracnlous. lie is a gentl
man of fine talents, a good speaker, of
habits of industry, and administrative
abilities. He v ill make an excellent pre
siding officer of the Senate, his quickness
and sell possession fitting him admirably
for the position. If elected aud we can
not doubt that he will be the people wil
behold in him an eminently suitable man
for the office of Governor, to which he
will be eligible in certain contingencies.
Colonel Withers has the warm sympathy
of the people, as has General Kemper.
Two more geuial and gallant companions
in a cause.
Finally, Raleigh T. Daniel, presented
as candidate for Altorney General, is just
the roan for the place. He is a lawyer,
genuine, devout and through. By service
and capability he is eminently eutilled to
public reward, and the whole State, with
one accord, will declare that which he is
tltn ft.ua man v!ss t Via s.Iyyja U I i i s 1 1 A
II uh h, ty.fije; Kansas, tel e; , UniM Ga(1 (a impossible! But i is named. The State will never inft-r in
Alabama, e.glt; South Carolina, one hun- common, standing by any papers or opinions which
. i"""1:,? h,0 ?. I LHundreds of desperate scouudrels aie exs ! R. T. Daniel m,y prepare-go where
1 1 1 1 1 ii i i r 1 1 w 9' ill ii ii i h 1 1 ri"iii : ii I'm na r
r I I --rm " e & t
THE TORY PIXE.
In our late visit to the baftle groan d of
Gane Creek we took occasion to inquire
into the character of Col. Pjle who com
manded the Tories at the great hacking
match in Alamance when Col. Washing
ton fell in upon them iu camp, eight miles
west of Judge Ruffi'ns millou Haw riv
er. It seems from Marshall's 'account that
no prisoners were taken. Dr. Holt, of
Lexington, speaking of this "hacking
match," said from the traditions oflbe
cooutry, it was nothing more;ihan a cruel
butchery, and that much censure attached
to Col. ashington and Gen. rickeus
for not allowing Pyle aud his men to sur
Marshall dose not record the loss of a
single man on the part of CoL Washing
ton and the Whigs. Nor a prisoner taken.
He pots down Pvle among tbo slain.
'rbia is a mistake. Pyle lived many years
after the war closed. He was wounded
at the "hacking match, but not killed
Pyle wss a doctor quaker raismg from
Pennsylvania, he was a kindly quiet gen
tlemau of an extensive practice daring the
revolution. Pyle lived four mt'es south
of the battle ground of Cane Creek, in
the county of Chatham. The old home
sload and grave of Pyle is tow the pro
perty of Dr. north, of Randolph.
Pyle had several children, lii daughter
Susan deserves to be named! among Mrs
Ellet's women of the revolution. When
tbe news of the fight and disaster of Pyle
reached his family, and that 1 yie himsel
.was seveily wounded and hiding in the
woods some eighteen miles : from home
no man could be found lo go to his relief
lis daughter Susan was the belle of Lam
'ieek. and skilled in the management of
the horse as all accomplished girls of the
day were required t be.
V hen no man could be found to go to
the relief of her wounded father, Susan
ordered ahorse, and standingon tbe gTound
holding tbo horns of the saddle, leaping
the horse and by midnight returned home
r ding behind her wounded father.
She was directed by one ef the Alstons
where to go and how to fidtlber father.
Dr. Pyle had been a regulator and
friend of Herman Husbands. He and
his neighbors bad suffered severely be
cause of their unsuccessful attempt to re
sist Jbing George and bis officers and tax
gatherers. It was too soon after their
defeat and suffering as regulators to put
them a second time into a bloody war
with the King.
The character of Pyle has not been
fairly understood. He was no Fanning,
but a generous, brave, useful and humane
It this be so they will iudeed be a 1 Dody. han bv th attrociiy of the crime
$ mm at bsVimI s1m flTAJ
power lu any movement attecting tne pun- "
lie weal. 'J be order is growing daily. In
Iowa alone there arc said to be one thou
sand Granges. The Philadelphia Age
says : ,
"Missouri ji represented to have increas
ed the number of its Granges two hundred;
Xso wonder a christmn community is
shocked when such hardened vidians pro
fess to be meet for the heavenly inheri
tance, with their hands dripping with the
blood of a helpless, innocent and kindly
old woman ! That such scoundrels may
FORESTS AND THEIR CULTIV
The Country Gentleman, tayat Tkoo
ands of persons have more Ikodilhaa
they care to cultivate to ordinary ctom,
and some of it often which Is doJ good tor
such crops, hut would do well ftr timber.
Then why not do something for posterity
and perhaps for themselves; too y
planting it to forest trees ! It Is easy
now to do Ibis ; tbe information gained as4
imparted by such men as Andrew jS.
Fuller, Arthar, Bryant, Sr., aid others,
has made forest-planting comaralivtlf
an easy mailer. Many farmers, say, they
are working merely for their children, their
desire being to leave the latter aomalhiof;
i u the shape of property which Will be
good tor a start, in sucn a ease wny ot
plant a forest T By a iadicioas! select so.
of varieties and careful culture tbracgb
the balance of a farmer's. life! f. aboat
middle irs. - a foreal tnav- be lestahllak
ed which will be worth many llBsandj pi
dollars twenty j thirty, or forty years beat.
There is, too, in planting a forest, ikia
msrked advantage over a batural I ores t
ou can select ths best vancUea. tueJi
as are reasonably certain te be klwaye la
demand. You can choose tuspW, tajipa.
pines, the hemlock, black walnuts, the
hickory, tbe ash, chestnut, locust, ,.
&e., separately or together, lb 4 matter
be determined largely by the character fTj
the soil. How to start in such! aa eater,
prise can easily be learned from the aclbora
.; A .i.w. ..j r .ti.U
and a little attempt at trregrowlnrfrca seM
or seedlings on a small scale, (o advanee1
of starting plantations by lbs acre, we hid
result in an amount of practical experience
which would be of great benefit Culriva
lion of artificial fores Is would not be aeeej
sary more than a few years, si the shaft i
rng of the earth by the tres trould fooa
keep down tne growth of weed and grass j
while the leaves would constitute a m&lcbf
as in natural forests. Tbe growing sexrti
ty of limber for tbe thousand purposes to
which it is spplied, with I:ttle probability'
of any substitute for it which can sario
ly lessen the demand, renders tt wtQnigb
certain that forests planted ucjw and well
started will be a rich legacy to future
generations, and in many caies eveo te
the planters themselves. j -
From the Harrisburg (Pa.) JouruaX.
HORRIBLE CONFESSION BY ,A
MURDERER FIDELITY QFA.DO0.
On Thursday afternoon, Neison, Wads,
who murdered Mrs. Istbcllai M'Bride ta
Lycoming county, made a' confess ion
which be preceeded with the remark tkit
he did'nt "care a d n what was done
wiih it." He admitted that he committed
the murder, but deniei that he shot Mr.
M'Bride, as the coroner's jury decided.
The fatal injuries were inflicted with a
club. While at a farm bouap near by he
learned wheic a trunk containing thous
ands of dollars was located, arid about now
much the couple were worth. Ou reach
ing the bouse on Tuesday evening h ask
ed M'Bride for milk and was, directed to
the wile, who was about the cellar. She
to pay If ha
ecnlnH aTir.iiallv nnt Willi fear nTrnntinn t!lPV niflV 111 tll IS or nilV Other COUntrV.
k,,tV,rty.n.neMmn,sota,f,)rty.x;lven-! I Tll h l lblie C0D(p,imPnl paid Mr.
tuckyone ; Arkansas one ; isconsin, . hoBe , - 1)atii,, ; his avjlliccd ttge ba8 been long
twenty-tour Vermont,- twelve ; jew ; C(trniniltL.d rau,der, due to him, and we may congratulate the
Jersey, onef California, thirty. 1 his f, J - , . ... . , ' i i i--. rjj.i.:
CUV Er-nrr UClll OI IIII'IU Ul llK vrrjf UC- umn- ilia, nmo nh nv uii nniu', ... u.w.
greater burt or them oeme very
. I . I I I!. ... t tin x..;ll nl.ln rnnr..i, ik. Qlafn.llid
taken hold of the matier, whil Ohni has .,.. , .... ,.., ... i .A . r ' . . , j.,.. .u
r . ; ururr ii uiiii, nave pronnuiy u:cn hi ) iu mu uaj mi ..
I . 1 . ..I ! A U - . ..II.. Tl. m m ,r n t ttlA tilll.t t fl II 1 M 1 t tl PAtl ll f
eiToitMiflre uiakui? to snread the orgauiza-1 . . . . 3 . ..
. -s ,. 1 . ,. : ,i .t committir.g tlie most teriible ot all crimes i men oi giant miuas ano; vasi learning.
only njx Grafges and Virgiiiia ono.
and agents are traveling in all the
Ss&tesJexplaW i; g the sulject aud fonnd-
, ,iCi nelly Inking the lives of helpless mid
j unsuHiiec'.iug victims and hurrying them
A WORD TO FAK&XX2XIS SONS.
You-have something to be proud and tu
boht of. The farm is the: keystone to every
iudostrial pursuit. When it succeeds all
prosper; wheu it fails, all flag, Dou'tthiuk
yo e.a't be a great man because -you are
',he son of a farmer.; Washingtoh, Webster
iind CUy were fkriner's sons, but w hile they
tailed they studifd? Stula ye. Buy a gotul
"'V, one at a time, read and digest it, and
fhen auiither. '
-. C.ll aud see me and look over books.
: ! '- i
COME TO TIIE
Atl Get a 0ood Picture.
Wa will give you a good picture or notlet
you take it away ; lorwe d.n't intend that
any bad work sharl go from this office to in
Jure os and the business. Call and try.
Up Stain between Parkers ap4 $fiss
Call and examtnsi my stock of Wall Paper,
Window Shades. Writing paper. Inks .dec.
Mind I don't intend to be under sold
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1' SZAafiXA33LZZIXL v
1 THE CHEAT POISON EDTKALIZER
A Sure Preventive and certain cure Jot
GXXXXiXiS AZ7D TZIVSZI,
And all species of Miasmatic diseases.
Send for circular,
C. R. BARKER & CO.
April 54, 1873 Cuioa.
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THE SeUTIIERN MUTU
We could tint posciblv have hid a bet
ter ti ket. Th whole State will be de-1
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an .i"rt itllon n ilhivitt ant' lifftd m. I Vllll'll Willi II. It IK mrilllE. II'IIMUII" HI1C1
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186 have add Singer's Lad Wlwtei s Atxaters of whyesale rascality, robbery and vena.l- i,nil(i. .w.,. ,n.-tlftvr- nf human heincs. see a decided check Dut unon the corrupt-
aud Floience's, ana hae ataudeced ad for -fist ... nn jlue nart of officials, we bid them ! .u .... . . .1... . 1 tun1n.. ..4 ,1.- tS.n. i.. (YA .Virini.
American. I .j t...j Unn j:..i.: 1 - u . Ciruiwmwp, ..ru.a. Mi-g. .b . ... ...... b-i
uoa speea. ;- uieciaim, iit,Wct, , - suddenly transformed into pious and hope- aud we nil may lei 1 that tlie Mate is sate
ing p6liiical and' until they enter that ful chrieUi;is and trnde fully fit f'01 the her interests wisely directed, and her ho:i
arena they are entitled to their denial. com,r,v 0f redeemed and the sanctih-d or and dignity carefully preserved.
TJUey 'iH le compelled, sooner or later, u tne D";iaullfut l0y Worid above. -The Richmond Dispatch.
tf they carry out iheir purposes as indica . great dnimalit understood this phase of j
ted by Judge Hart, to take a decided i,uinJiU chaiac er, in its proloundcst de-
hand hi poli)ici4 matters, The Age per-: : jt 1Ie m)kpi onc 0f his villians OLD TROY UNEARTHED THE
tmently says: j iudage iu this straiu :
''No people of the world are as heavily ,.. . ,
United btates. 1 n time oi peace, was ex- , ud thUH j cl(,the wy naked vallainy
I- : A
GRAND REWARD OF THREE
The following, says the New York
Journal of Commerce, is an extract from
OF RICiniOD, &.
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Asletts, 1st January, 1673, - $472,867.23
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Iisuei Annual, Term, and
Farm Property a Specialty.
DR. H. G. DAVIDSON, President.
JORDAN N. MARTIN, Vice-President.
J. E. NEISWANGER, Secretary.
' g.B. JO 3TJ5S,General Agent.
J. ALLEN BROWN, of Salisbury,
t ' I Canvassing Agent.
LEWIS 0. DANES, of Lexington,
Local and travelling Agent.
, May 22, iy.
1 J . . . . 1. ... A J 1 1, a ' fT-.i 1 11 1 . 1 ... r...it. ..ni . l TT"! - .
pense. auu war m. a . uc.ucu T' " WlinoiU ouu cnus. sio.eu ior . uom ....t. ,irlVitl, W1:..M1 bv M,. Francis.
And seem a saint, waicn mosi 1 niav ine ucv:i -1 - ,
mid. nnd I he workers thereof. The tax
gatherer in IS7fl was paid nearly forty Why I eaa smile, and muruer wnuo 1 surne :
aiuirer in a.oi . v W inii.Pr onntpnt. to that which erieve Dir
cents on the foliar for collecting the in , heart-
ternal; revenues of the country, of.57,225,- nd wet my cheeks with artificial tears,
292 50 for collection 613.375.288 20 as And frame my lace to all oceans.
'A fer the B iltimore murderers had done
well their hellish work, the nephew sat
shown by the report of the Fifth Auditor
of the Treasury in that year. The result '
of such a svstem in tbe nation and 5 tsars
i to make
rip HitLaa tiulfr
I 6n tha 2d insUnt. Mrs. Lampler, the belov
j a r .1-- . ,r ,i, ed wife of ohn Lampley. suddenly departed to
accorded. In this state of affairs tho berfi &11 buff
I aimers uare cuuiuineu iu prwkcck iuch eongcea.se
system in tne nauon anuia. ed lhe ollowing ooitUal
e honest industry unproductive, f urdetcd annt .
tuff the masses, They hare,,
intereti, hurl, from power bad men, and
put good ones in their places. Of course
such a potent organization will be ap
proached by political schemers. They
will seek to Ueud ita stream iu the direction
of their ownlinills. Sueh exertions have
already beeni made in the West. If this
result is accomplished the locks of the
pnll down the tcm
accomplish no d
On the other hand a steady adherence to
a wise, prudent reform programme may
make the farmers ot tlie nation the means
of accomplishing a great good at this time.
But they must fiy tbe flag of patriotism,
no demagogism, if they would obtain
public confidence and keep it.
I dreamed of anrcls dear last night.
And this was the aon I heard ;
Life is too fleet on its irrowy wicg.
Love is too sweet and holy a thing,
For ever an angry w,od.
wife of the American Minister to Greece,
to her daughter residing in this city. It
conveys the first iuteligence that has
reached us of the complete and brilliant
success attending Mr. Schliemann's long
continued explorations on thceite of an
cient Troy. The discoveries here an
nounced are among the most interesting
and remarkable contributions of this cen
tury to archaeological lore, and will be
hailed with enthusiasm by scholars all
over the world :
Athens, Greece, June 25, 1873.
"Mr. Schliemann returned from Troy
yesterday. He has completed his excava
tions, after three years of labor, by a grand
The Gazette quotes tbe following from ! master stroke. He has discovered the
the Brooklyn Eagle and makes an impor- Palace of Priam, and large treasure. in
tant comment which we copy .: gold and tilver. lie has carried away
ith him forty large case containing van
A LUCKY BABY.
A Mrs. King had a surprise at Shaw-
neetown, III., the other day. It wss an
accident that Mrs. King happened to be at
Sbawneetown. -he did not intend to go
there, but the Steamboat Jennie Howell,
on which she was traveling, struck a snag
and sunk iu the Ohio river. Several of
told him that he would have
The murderer continued
to the house and found the dcor bolted.
Tbe old man finally opened It, and 1 put
ay foot lo tbe inside. He i truck at me,
and I knocked him down with my futas
well as silenced the dog, wbo made am
attack on me. I then struck M'Bride three
times with the club, and he crying nmrdcr.
I hit him again. I then killed Mrs.
M'Bride with the stick, and tomiogback
to the house, found the old man and (he
dog licking his sores. 1 gave into
another beating, and broke open the tranck
1 was after. 1 had to make two trips' to
carry away the money in it. 1 got be
tween $00,000 and $70,000. Will tot
tell where it is. When I dio, 1 will reveal
it to a poor men, no rich one shall hive
it. Two bags of the mon'ry art buried
in William sport, two above aed two "be low
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tbe city. I have killed several wozaea
Wore, and am willing lo hang to-saer
The prisoner laughs and discusses poll
tics wiili a reliih. j $
Mrs M'Biido was buried on Thursday
snd her remaius followed to the grave by
a-large concourse of people.! t
Is Sni a BojfAPARTr T--A ipriglilly
ing lady, decked la lbs latest Uib
their mind. There is only one wav to hU collection. I saw iu his liouse gold
deal with murderers doomed to death, j cablets and vases .whi-h shine just like
Give them all the opportunity to repent-' j lhe gold of our ag. I also saw some
let them see ministers of their own chooi- beautiful head-ornaments jnade of gdd,
incr Km mk ihe repentance nrivate. i massive and well made, resembling those
! l. ,hu rfWn nr, ,
. and the interviews with the ministers pti- now worn by the modern A reeks. 1 h
I w" . ' . i as. . I.
And then when the execution JS a golden goblet .w.eigning neariy iu
i Vin ti4ci0n errr w rn A m w rs" A an1 mnn ' ionable attire, representing herself as ihi
them some children. Mrs. King had a grand daughter of lhe great Napolcoo,baa
child on board wh.tn the mosned as lost, uken possession of th- Botaparte tuaa
and was taken to Shwntown without . io"f t Bordenton, N. J., and refuse! to
her babe. The Jennie He well sunk deep ' leave it. She is apparently; a wotrat of
in the water, and the ne$t morning men ! refinement, a fluent talker, and issues, or
went to the vessel to recover the bodies of ors to the ocenpaoti in an Imperial Wme.
lhe lost. Soon after daylight a mattress j The agent of the properly if now abseat,
was discovered floating in the cabin, which . n ihose who have charg while be la
was filled with water nesrlv lo the ceiling. way arc placed in a quandary as to watt
Upon exsmination a child, a little boy, 1 -dion Ihey will take in reference to this
was discovered on the mattress, sleeping strange lady. Some of them believe that
as quietly as if. nothing haeTbappened. be is a veritable representative of jthe
His bed was not very dry, for it had snnk Bonspartiit family, and are in ecstaeies
ir,wwl deal from soakin--. but still suitain- I over the prospect of having fhe old mail
ed its living freight. In due time tbe ' '"a once more glittering j wixh royal
child was sent to Sbawueetown where the 'plcndor.
other passeugers had been sent the even
ing before. Its coming made an excite
ment amsng the wrecked travelers, for
more than one mother had lost children auentlv. hen he bests at tbe rams
by the disaster. It was a touching scene j loses her temper, and declares she wiU'noi
when Mrs. King recognized the child as j play sgain. It vexes him to have bef act
her boy, whom she had mourned as lost so, but be controU the irritation, and Ulks
for nearly twenty-four hours. Ha had , to her about it. He tells her bow wreag
j been tossing about on the waste of waters , it is for people at their ags ia life to be
I in the cabin all night, and was brought disturbed by such trifles, and shows bt?
to bis mother alive in Ihe; hour ot ber so clearly tbe folly of sacb ja course laat
deepest afflic'ion. I ah becomes ashamed of hrr weakates,
Missouri HepuUican. I and returns to tbe game and plays U so
f well that she beats bim. Thee be throws
A life of the Emperior Hapolean III is the checkers in one direction and kicks
beinr prepared by Mr. Bleiichard Jerrold. the board In another, and says bo Will
An aged couple of Woo iter street are
very fond of checkers, and lsy quite fre
quently. When he bests at tbe game's ba
comes let it be swiftlv and terribly carried
i is .
A knsmrwA ftiTthm ban dlf eoverad oat. The convicted owe the their lives.
jn the Thames. They dp not owu the public prayers out days.
iroldeii goblet .w.eigping neariy mree
pounds, also a quantity of small, round
with tho special sanction of the Empress P7 wi.lb 7&7 .wl
V.Bni. The first nart. illuatratrd with alfiredly, and suixs moodily to Dea ae
r.n'nvi nrb -re worn bv children of fmtn tlm familw mIImi'iah maw leaVCS br tO pick UO the things.
hm pvnerted in the antnran. I j