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VOL. IV. THIRD SERJES.
SALISBURY N. C AUGUST 28. 1873.
NO. 5O.WHOLE0STO. 890.
rUBUSHKD vrjSEKLT ;
J. J . B RUN EE,
: . Proprietor and Editor. '
J. JJ STEWART,
. Associate Editor.
, i '
Onb 1kar payable in advance, ....2.50
Six Moth, 1.50
5 Copies to one address, ..........10.00
The World Aitonished.
Feathebt elouds are few and fair,
Thistledown is on the air ;
Ilippiug anshine on the lake.
Wild grapes scent the sunny brake ;
Dizzy songs the cricket sing.
Wild bees w&nder murmuring ;
Butterflies -float in a dream.
Oyer all the swallows gleam ;
Here and yoander. hich and tow.
Golden-rod and snn -flowers glow ;
Hero and their a maple flushes.
Sumach redviens, woodbine bushes :
Purple asters bloom and thrive.
I am g'ad to be alive !
rFrom The Aliune for Septiuber.
AFTER TWENTY YEARS.
A Rei elation ff Stctfl lUtributton
cases of good bebarior, tbtt jpraendlj tbe I THE FATE QF THE0D0S I A BURR,
colored laborer, is far lets efficient Uua be I j ' ;
used to be, we can eee that bad as tbe I One of the Sadat TranrA,, in 7f
older ones mans re. no eartblr rdianee I I
can be placed upon the Jdnnjeat tet which A eorretpondent, writint; to the New
has come on thetfield of labor since slarery York Graphic concerninr the noble minded
was aDoiisDed. iuis cuss seems to be 1 beodoaU Amoo, the daoghter of Aaron Abe following advertiement appears
ntterly lost to the world f indnstry, and Burr, says: ) In the last nnraber of the Gestimonde
tbe hop which soraeexpresrof tbe effect She was. indeed, the rood an?M of that (North German r) Gazette:
of the edacation on these people to the misnided mad, and to James Parton we "The following heirs of OathsriLe Spll-
prtM-.ra u'liu wxre uM:riT oeees owe oar anowieure or ber sweet and lore- nr and hrr dn?hi I)Arftil. KiK i
live. : The negroes io Georgia, wlio bare I Ij character. There is a mjstery connect- whom died a violent death ia 1852 at
been taught i. tchnolt wn to think all ed with her disappearance, and, as yon Amsterdam, are. requested to send their
Inhnr 1 a liuHrr nf Iiirerv anil that fwm. w tnU - - :. - ,i . . : i j . ? . n .
,b , . , Vt Hvr rracdcu ua ueau- aaaresses immeauieiy to loe Uoyal 1 ro
n .'km m na iiia mi iivhiini nvikti i ar . .z . m m . m. m i . -
COMPLETE SEWING MACHINE.
v- Tho first and only BUTTON-IIOLE AKD
SEWING WACIlfNE combined that baa
made Its adrent this or any other couotxy.
tr" Tha following reasons are given why
this is the best.
Family Machine to Purehate. .
GOOD FROM THAT QUARTER.
NO PARTISAN ISM IN SCHOOLS.
We are fast becoming of opinion tLat
the less the-General Government and the
State Government have to do with the
education of our children the better for the
dom means the delightful privilege of do
tng tiLtuuig at all.
1 am (ihe spesker said, with
mm ar ai n tuaii at r i v nnnmnv isa a sars - a . - t i a . i m
...v .nuf ( -"--'-pi ymM. a i rviaic mmj dq iriaitonary in a aegree, out i all of wnom emigrated
u muvc my nine imgcr u aysieta oi still may possess a pecalar interest to States since 18G4
slavery, as it ence existed here. enuIJ Km I ilia rAm Tt ... .J.tJ . I T
restored with us compete environments, that the cause of Tbeodosia coming iBN est Uelger, Solicitor.
1 wouia not move mt nnger Let mat Korth to her father was because of tbe This advertisement was issoed in coo-
nation ; was never heard from after leav bate Court at! Ara-terdam: Sophia
a ) aa aw I - a
tng unariesten barbor With yoar per- Behrensbrung, Otto Koleoser, Anna Der-
mtssion, l will tell von what lam about to flinr. Maria Dprfli.,r Jn..K li,fl;n
,t , . . .. - . --r-. "" .
to tbe United
1. Baae it will do
everrthioa that aar ma
chioe can do. aewiog
from the; Aneat to the
coarsest material, hem-1
mina, telling, cord log
braiding, binding, catu
the same: time ruffling,
quilting, etc., better than
anr ot Tier machine.
9 Because tbe tensions
are more eaauj adjusted
4 ban any other machine.
3 Becaase it can work
a beautiful button hole
making as flue a pearl as
ty the nana.
4. Because it will em-
broiderfOver the edge msk
This unrivalled Southern Remedy ia warrant
ed not to contain a single particle of Merccky,
or any injurious mineral substance, but is
guna&ifr vhput atit.ti,
containing lhoe Southern Koots and Herbs,
which an all-wixe 1'rovidence has placed in
countries where Liver Diseases most prevail. Jt
vilt Cut c all Vacate caused by Derangement of the
Lirrr. , '
1 TlifSYUPTOMSof Liver Complaint area bitter
or bad taste in the mouth; Pain in the back,
.Sides or Joints, often mistaken for Rheumatism ;
,Vur Stomach ; Loss of Appeiice; Bowels alter
ustely cOHtiveand lax; Headache; Loss of mem
pry, with a painful sensation of having failed to
do Homething which ought to have been done ;
.Debility, -Low 'Spirits, a thick yellow appearance
of the Skin and Eres, a dry Cough often mis
taken for Consumption. Sometimes many of I ing a neat and beautiful
tlienesvmptoms attend the disease, at others, very I boroeron any garment.
few; but the LiVer, the largest organ in the
body, is generally the seat of the disease, and if
not liiulated In time, great suffering, wretched
tie and DEATn will ensue.
Thu Great Unfailing SPECIFIC will not be found
the Iitatt Unpleasant.
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaun
dice, lmiious attacks, SICK HEADACHE,
Colic, Depression o( Spirits, SOUR STOMACH,
Heart Iiurn, &c, tc. ' -
Simmoni' lirer Brfulator, or Medicine,
Is the Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medi
cine in the World 1
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
J. II. ZEIL1N & CO.,
: Macon, Ga. and Philadelphia.
Price,' $1.00. Bold by all Druggiht.
FOU SALE DY TflEO. F. KLTJTTZ.
Judo 19 tl. Salisbury N. C.
7. Becanse von can
uickly raise or lower.the
reed to adapt it to thick or
8. Becanse you have a
short deep btfbbin by
which tne mreaa is on-
future safety and welfare of the Renublie. lprs r1 " "" "re aB 10 ,au Dat otnerences between berseli and husband sHiueuce of the discovery of the murderer
.. . - . - ' . . hnmaait itaoIF all muu(A.k ll .t.,. I 1: n m 1 J , , i I f . I : J on . J 1 1 , .
If education is sutitct to the control oi 1 '-. v 1 rcgrumg dutt. Aoeoaoaia arienaea aer me wiaow opening ana ner oaognier,
th rmvwmpnilt nartian nolhieiana raansnip cry ouiagainb. io:eraungstate Matter's actions, while Governor Alston and of tbe recovery of the scoils of his
r r... lf kt aaaMnBAS I. . V-lf .1.. I J 1 .1 991 ' f 11 : ' 1 . . .
mar select Commissioners of Public " v U( u aenooocea mem. xniswas tne cause ot 1 ieariai crime upwara oi iweniy years ai;er
firhla. Rnarda r,l KdiicRtinn. and thronh enl,re PP'' re w Be notniog else a separation, j Theodosia embarked in a t bad been comrented.
- . i i l i: ji t r . . . ..
these teachers of public schools it cives """""5 "c'cuo" '- easet ior nw iora.in tne careot a Mr.
totbenartv in miwer an immense lever pe ? vagrants, l-et tne Jaw, 10 us (iray, a wealthy South Carolinian. She
ar j ar i z m i . . i . a .
Kv l.ich ibpv m.v mold and eontrol w,Ge ana "orongn sweep, spare neither took two of ber children with
li.-L 'ri l. . .
public opinion and the future of the coun- w" no,r, v'c- f a is boi aim- urge quantity ot family pi
ering and sewing on, atktantly drawn from the try. This power will be sought after by - - - "VV7 "T.",: r !L,:f u"
and partisans who seek power, no v"'"& -' ueramvai was anaiousiy
ZACDARY TAYLOR'S GRAVE.
Of the present conditions tA Y
roondinga of tha grave of the late Presi
dent Za chary Taylor, I tha Louis villa
Coui ier Journal says : "Between five an 4
six miles from the dty, on an obacara
ne ighborhood road, a quarter of a milt
from the Bmwnsboro' rest the remain- of
tbe twelfth President of the United SUUa
Zschary Taylor. The grava b sitttatal
iu the uortheatt comer ot tha Taylor farm,
and it is mortifyiag to rtlalt that It Is la
a sadly oegleeteaf eoodTtioe, anderbrasb,
weeds, and ailantts treet" readeriog it
very difficult of access No man am eat
bas ever been erected (o Gen. Taylor's
mc mory . The remains lis in a plain vault
built io the side of a hQ, with a marbls
shib over the door bearing the inscrfptioa't
Z.Taylor, Born Nov. XI. 1784 : Died
July 9, 1850.' ! j
The services rendered by this brava
good-natured old soldier deserve taoaa
meatal rrerauioa. A5 ' realiamaa who
recently visited the grave said to a reporv
a a . L a W . J
icr oi ion paper: -as I stood tbera, wita
In July, 1852:the police of Amsterdam " my mina reverttal loWy,
w on the door if th. ho.,. n II -rl DOoa aV, aoa 1 remetabered a solema
I " m f.. . l , W"ai M l mm . .
.a. ... i u iirr i m rr a mm sat saw i'RiiaMaiBai s a. &4a
her. also a street, auere U-tharine Spelling lived : v--s, Hu.pBMv ,a.
ate. Tidings with her daughter Dorothy, a notice to ,n oun"J. Poi c Dauotngi iaod private
ewYork.a.Td the effect that tl, -two women had gone "fe io blac.a hash aRom
i-.u-j r. i. tn il nmrv -Tki. i! J tbe CI,Ji sadness depicted ia every face;
iifiiai rii iiir a w i w wa r . u i as asuskv stiuyatu nu
. . av w
.i. :i . . l . . : . . . J . 'I . ' , . .... I tor rrrtt. brava Aid I ln fFavlo k i
matter what their nnrnose in uossessinrr CY,,B prwng our aeauon ooe lonely old man. iJut, alas 1 she never suspicious, out when tne otu lady ana ber -7-7---
6. Because it will work
a beautiful eyelet hole
6. Because it can do
over-hand seaming, by
which sheets, pillowcas
es and the like are sewed
over and over.
centre; tae tension con- sects and partisans who seek power,
seouently even and does I --..i .
- . 1 wn a ri an a. nur iiiuir tii rTiimH an una u i n ir i a a w wbi e vat a avaw v wa i wHiri a .
not break tbe thread. I rrv ..v...,, ,u i k.nL - ... T,i u j i. .1 ... .... tl J--u r.. .1 ' 1 , J ne whole nation. 10 faeL moimed b!a
9. Because the passer. I it. Unce in possession they will use. it to ! "-r r, , -r"v- - -. v.ctu mwc gwsuw yp ... ...... v. . tw.,w ,i. ' ...
foot tnraa hack: that th .: j t-.i -.-! La . all COIltriDUle the Dest WO liave tO Otter in las dead whpthfir tha vpaa.l r.mnHprd SIX weeks tbe liblice entered t. A fear. ' . ' suw 4
rbe?.el7TT- n measure. o( rolief. I suggest, at sea, or what happened they never fl tight met their eyes. The widow and fJie" l P.;a near Loalsvirie,
ed after being sewed. . matter now conscientiously, witn a . , U ' . ... .. T1 Kf.i. .1. r and am impressed with the faet that tha
10. Becauae the best Tiew to the propagation ot their own poll- J . j 7 , " . ' '-uw mj grsuuiaiurr, - iM, - " vu " " nati on's dead are aAAn m.I
marchanica nronounce it . -1 .if. . as we have allndcd to that we anneal to Phi . Frene.n Uitri H.irr A. h. ear to ear. were 'lv on the floor in an .,an aeare "oon forgotten. TM
any machine manaiactor..t fM.ml r tlin..l,ft- .nl f " nc penormance 01 me contract. 1 ne graspine bis bauds said. "Mr. Freueau. 1 u me oureaus wire riUcd ot tlieir contents. I , . : . a--'7 ,
ed. It has no snrinra to I . .- .. .. . nmrav 11 nln at nnitv Uitilt inri Lkn..w a.s.t f... T I It iria!nail il.s mn J.n,
break; nothinatb get out 'ou- a oiow uiau ireo inatuu- - ' 7i:7 ' ' :. i .(tj: .. j .1 opn the visitor. It
inf order. tions. The worst and most insidious . u cu nu llulDga ; ! a(.l0l0 , v...c ,v.,u0, .uu.7 -m w.u- iu .- nnt , lo-t.-j"
11. Becanseit is two Lnflm;M f ;u i;ktiiia p V...! ma ous enough or convenient euough tor a I As he SDoke tbe tears eushed from his the amount of nearly one hundred and fifty , , r- v..H,i,7,
ti.ujivo w tu " KF'" '""J I . , 1 ' .1 - . 1 1 'I ior IB DO TIM TO IFld rivhil At li. T'-1.
- 1 na raaa j.aA aiiMSk amai.a ia Mat ak.akA-kita . . a a - bt'i iBdh.-AwadikTio - - - - - wa wa u . 1 btiui.
tried to reassure him. but to no effect : Time passed by and the double murder , ?urn.,nf 7 " fr7le,f
m k 1 i . . . . 1 uvii 111.. rn . f im n n I pt . m . mm n I . .
araoarinflr T H a I . 1 : : . t. . . .1.- I... ..I.: vii . niAil l.i.i-T..lnr, -.., I. a l I I f. . uvv iuiw. .
perverse and dishonest laborer who en- could not be shaken. Touched bt the Joly last the house in which tbe crime L, coa A7I01 fia,efor th
odiFPi tn wn.ir ..'i n. f.w . : .f r . t. . .vi. j i . .t. . v e u .mm,tJ ii- "eroiuiinnarv war, ana a native oi Uraara
b -o " w " iuigv , w.v griei ui iuo wreicueu inner, x renean ai- i , uuuu a. wi u uu u. uc -i , - . . .. , ,
tween it and the adi-.inin? house was a . pni u, is; oita
iron gate frowns
evidently has noi
machines )nooe. A But-
And get Bibles. Prayer Books, Hymn
Rooks of any kind you want; Histories,
Biographies1. Music Books. Music, Novels of
the best authors ; Blauk Books, Albums of
tha most stylish kind; Stereoscopes and
Views; School Books, all kinds in general
use. Slates. Inks, Writing Paper of th best
quality; VVall Paper and Window Shades
io great variety. Music Teachers for vocal.
Pianos, Banjo, violins ice.
A WORD TO rAXLBX323L8.
- Buy a few dollars worth of books every
year for your sons and hands and take a good
newspaper, they will work better and be more
cheerful. Try it.
A WORD TO rAHXX23Hfl 80X7S.
. You have something to be proud and to
boast of. The farm is the keystone to every
industrial pursuit. When it succeeds all
prosper; when it failsall flag. Don't think
you can't be a ! great man because you are
the son of a fanner. Washington, Webster
and Clay were farmer's sons, but while they
toiled they studied. So do ye. Buy a good
book, one at -a time, read and digest it, and
all and see me and look over books;
. - I - ... . . I IT I S . ...a
. vl' . j I fhna nrnnacntn tnnnti I or on nprafit nnnx (VI 1 I " tim,v m tiinu. ririiwu
a a M BM W a-ah w linainu H III! B waw mmn BaiwwBWw.w.w'B-''vaww.v r a a B -
sawiao Machik. com- doeir nes. and under the nUe of public and 'empower i hem whenever they may
blned, t,j.....:. u..u . .i ' be needed. W hile we
cuuuuuti) voimii uuiu a uiuiai auu puj'ni-
cal power oyer the people which can only
t.i. ifip l. I...: I. .I.
t No other IfahiM e.n .mnll.K iKe oe uirown on oy revolution. v e 100a
kind of sewing stated in Noa. 3, 4, 6, and 6. ih alarm,; therefore, upon all enorts at
Mai wt lavas i same at familti aawmsi tnaoki raa vawaiM I naaritrti lirvutiAri Wis rro rrl tha tiiuraonio
a sii uoiiik a aaftSAj a a w avaz v a a i as susm.iiiiii. wbliis i.i.uiiaiiaiaiiuu. a v c v stiu aaj . a cvtti.i i . - .
a Whole Machine, one with all the improve- of Schools and State as daneerous nav. P'V t1 M nflv.e. ctu1 Juac na DO published in one of tbe early editions of
ments. j ( I .i :,).,;,.,; nu.,.u maae to stand on tiis engagement. Aheu his Doems. Dennvedof the on v be nr who
It is to last a LIFETIME, and therefore one ., o... , : . when we have secured reliable labor. let lArl hi m t,unAmm nA 1.., nA
: ..j .u.. j .u. l j j. : i anu oiaie. ? e oeneve u ia ouue time . . . . i ' ... ,uu
..uicu tn win uu uic uimt ufi mu uu ii i . .... . , 4, . I tm rftnrm nnr mnriA nf hto nItnlnnH I ... J ll U .:i j ..i.
the alarm should be sounded, we are in . . , . r"-- " k"J aii., unm um euutu
favor of disintegration rather than central- 're- ?ed ney out of tbe conn- his grief. Now comes the mysterious part
doinr every kind that all others can do. - ition. so far the. moral and edacatinn- iry wrenncn s'.rangers wnicn can as weu of tha sad atory. I cannot voueh for the
The American or plain Sewing Machine. I al control of the people is concerned
(Without the button-hole pails), does all that is I gee more danger in a centralized educa
j .i. . ' i. : . . : . u.... I . . P . ....
wviuc wn uuiuuiuiuuu uxii uuiMju-iiwic i ijQn, controlled, how
MUQTneaining. i - 1... .
MPOhVPV LlinA i uaicuni, a Millie.
ura A in ano aa m nnur nt 1 nr
wo uv iai ail y ca uj wuim wa ignuiuuvv ,uw j , . I I a i
ui. .l. iu i ....i.i: uir?rB or raiucr wiucu iQ.rm 10 uieea our
uinj result trum iuc laccw u puuut piun i j -r I J i i u
i.,n for tho edneation of our children. luu u PP" uaeu--uiy ( oe neia in
grief of the wretched lather. Frenean af-
care at the samn time of thn t)!ilinnfat I t. k;m . .m ,;11 T,k
,,,,u..ru,lm,c .UCw-r - - - . January 19 1S20." T..l ;
Hirer who is too Dreverse ana eorrunt to rfoaia in 1 h Mnminr Star" h toace o about a toot wide, and hemmed .. , ' :. " --J
' ..... 'j t. .... .. J. ' .. - : i i j . , t. i i . tins, estate wniie ois son. Z.acharr. waa an
maul, auu itiuca on tne plantation woert
ue is now buried.
ME RONE Y & BRO., Agts.
I Salisbury N. C.
Examine them before i purchasing any other
in tlit re was lootid a male skeleton.
.as... rt i a
the Do t lorn oi. mis space lay a large
leathern pocket containing the diamonds,
the money, and the bonds of the murdcr
ed widow. Thfd skeleton was undoubted
ly that of the murderer of the two women,
tV- and better be kept at home to enrich and 1 troth of i. as I have been unable to oro I "ho, after assassinating them and bagging
a"4 adorn home, Study small economies cure anvthinsr of a documentary nature ihe plunder, had tried to escape over the remedy :
wever indirectly, ap- alte nolni,,fft Ibat charity and hospitali- bearing upon the subject. Many years roof of tho house, but slipping his foot, Whsle (sperm) oil, six oaoees i H of
d Government than 7 may never be left as a burden, and go a notorioos pirate named Gibbs was had fallen iuio the space between the two Ur, three ounces ; lac salphur, two oonaei
nt of ignorance that lhat lhe &reat 8taPle croP whieh 10 captared to be hung and gibettted. On buildings. There he met with tbe just mix thronghly, and apply by means of a
IN HORSES. j
pro Don need by the
The following is
Xc.c York Spirit a sare ind most effectivs
I,do not hesitate to say the A merican Combination,
surpasses all other machines. Besides doing all
the work that other machines can. Jt overseams,
works batton-holes in any fabric, from Swiss m na
na to Beaver cloth. I have ned Srager'a Bloats
Howe's and the Weed machines, and find the Amer.
ican far superior to them all.
; alias M. RuTLcnot.
1 have used six different Sewing Uachines. The
American surpasses them all.
j. j Mas. A. L. BiiKKV.
1 have used The Singer and other machines and
would not exchange tha American for any.
i j Has. H. K. Bbikoi.e.
SaLISBUST, N. C, May 33, 1872.
lfKaoasv & Bao.. Agts, American Com. ti. If.
Sia : I have ussd the Howe. Singer, Wheeler A
Wilson. Wilcox & Uibbs Sewing machine, and
would not give the American Combination tor all of
them, it will do all that is claimed for it in tbe tircu
lar . I consider its nperioT to all others I have ever
seea. Very Bespectfnlly.
Mas. Ceo. W. Habbisok,
We the andersigaed take gret pleasure in giving
oar testimony of favor of the Aniericsp Sewing
Machine In preferenca to any other, believing that
it la truthfully recommended as the bet machine
made. It is simple, runs very light and does not
get out or order or drop sucnes .
lias. LicaA M. Ovebbun,
. A. L. Fopst.
"J. Aixih Bbowm,
I "A. W. NorasaH.
I A. E. Iokxs,
-y " It. E Thovasom,
We have seen flaming advertiaementa and heard
much said hy Agents' of other machines.
We will forfeit on aundreds dollars to tne con-
COME TO THE
And Get a Good Picture.
'We will give you a rood picture or not let
you take it away; for we don't inteud that
any bad work shall go from this office to in
jure us and the business. Call and try.
Up Stair between Parltr$ and Mit$ Me
Murray. , j ,
Call and examine my stock of Wall Paper,
u maow snades. Writing paper, Inks See.
Mind I don't intend to .be under sold.
. l " iEab. 27, tf.
X2IA&S3A n fiXTXIL
TTIE GREAT POISON NEUTRALIZE.
A ure Preventive and certain cure jot
CHILLS AXTD rxivsA,
and all species of Miasmatic diseases.
Send for circular.
. , . - IC R. BARKER & CO.
April 24, 1873 Guios.
GREAT SPEECH OF GOV. SMITH,
OF GEORGIA, TO THE GRANGES.
We make some extracts from'the forci
ble speech of Gov. Smith, of Georgia to
the Agricultural Convention at Athens
on the 12th, which we find in the Atlanta
What, then, was the solemn truth in
regard to onr condition, industrially con
sidered ? Take the item of corn produc
tion and it was logical to place first the
naked questions of bread- and what do
the returns show, Why, that iu 1850 the
State of Georgia produced of corn, more
than 30.000 000 of bushels ; of wheat,
I, 110,070 boshels ; of rye, nearly 54,000
bushels ; of oats, 3,800 000 ; of barley,
II. fiOO bushels. In 1860. we raide, of
corn, 30,770,000 bushelels ; of wheat,
2.44,913 bushels ; of rye, 115,532 bushels
of oats, 1,231,817 bushels Hut how stands
the account of 1870 7 We made that
year bnt 17,646,450 bushels of corn, show
ing falling off in one decade of more than
thirteen millions of hn h Is, and of wheat
we made about 2,100,000 bushels, n fulling
off of 400000 bushels : of oats 1904,000
bnshels are to be set off, against a crop of
3,720,000 bushrls in 1860. This, said
reserve for that diversified industry which
it is so much tho fashion of those preach
ing reform to urge upoti us. Now it is
worse than folly to talk to us of "diversU
his condemnation he made a confession.
and among other crimes confessed to bar
ing captured the vessel which contained
Theodosia Alstoo. He said thai he re
ceived information that a vessel intended
leaving Charleston, having on board plate
retribution of his torribie crime
there the excrututinj, painful death of
THE VILLEST CRIME.
fied indnstry," mannfacturiug and all that 0f peat Taine. He resolved to lay in Confession of-a -Cleric Wolf A men
W ho Has ike Cure
of Orphan Girls
and do valuable work that no other machine can
do. I i ;
We have been Areata for 'Sewing Machine since
1866 have sold Singer's Lad Webster's Atwater'a
and Floience's, and have abandoned all for the
American:. ' ,
Send and get sample af wo-k.
No40.-t ilEBONEYA BRO Af'st,.
THE SOUTHERN MUTUAL
OF mcniaoivD, TA.
tending patty, if after fair trial before competent ti .r,P1,ker ia a had showing indeed for
judgeatbe American! Maehina will not do aa well u,e ePee'r 18 a Dao snowing inoeia ior
if not better, the work done on any other machine, a people who are, and roost ever remain,
taer macbine can I aantiallv; an nfrrietiltti-al r.eonle. An
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agricultural people " buying or begging
bread tells a tale of mismanagement and
untbriftinesa that needs no gift of prophesy
to see to the bitter end of what i coming.
And what excuse can we make for these
sad evidences of decline and discourage
ment : Excuse we may haye arguments
of explanation that carry along with them
a crushing condemation of others ; yet
still there ptand the facts, and to-day, and
this hour, we are called upon to meet
them squarrely and like men. Ex
planations will not save ns ; apologies
cannot rescne us from impending bank
ruptey, But it will be the first step to
wards rocovery and restoration to find out
the causes of our decline. It will be a
point gained, and a most important one,
can tell why it is that population larger
by twelve per cent., our whole industrial
production has decline full forty-two per
csnt, in the last two years. Next to get
ting back the money that has slipped
through oar fingeis without leaving a sign
behind it will be the most valuable thing
for ns to find ont who has got possession
of the 2,200,000 millions that the cotton
of the South U!s sold for in the last de
cade. A stun that wrtnld neaily pay the
hopeless national debt has passed through
our hands--has been dug up from South
ern soil iby Southern hands and
enterpise, and to-day we have not a dot
lar of it to show for all our pains. Sure
ly, to sojve this wondrou.se problem,
tbe minds and powers not of this society
I alone should be devoted, but the best en
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ergiea oi an empire oi statesmen coniu nna
no highe theme. Bnt we are dealing
with the present, with its distiessing per
plexities and burdens, and what is the
remedy tWe must begin with the appli
auces we work with. Our, disabilities,
said the speaker, begin with the labor we
must at present depend on. Our field
hands, who received their training nnder
our system of slavery, are, many of them
to a certain extent available, but only to
a very limited dcrne..; While all must
sort ot thing, when there is no surplus wajt for ber : he did so. and cantured the
money in the land. Make the tillers of yeasel, wkh all on board. In the slrug-
the soil prosperous and then call upou gle for tho posssion of the ship many ot
them for aid to manufactures and mining. the crew and officers were killed. Gibbs
There is sense as well as logic in that resolved to pot the snrvivors to death, as
sequence, but until the money is dug from the Mfest way of disposing of them. Mrs.
the soil there is no hope or sense in talk- Alston begged for the lives of herself and
ing to us of a diversified industry. children : she offered him all tbe wealth
TJie llerald correspondent adds : From Bhe possessed, and promised to secure him care of orphans not twelve years of age
the very ground up, this speech was as from harm. Sheknelt to him and entrested It has been undercharge of the Lutherans.
solid and symmetrical aa a pyramid, and jn lue mnBX beseeching tones, but the Re. J- M. Schneller always stood high
the universal verdict was, that the effort nirat. waa inexorable. IU aaid that if he hieh aud enioyed the confidence of the
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uaa never neen suspassed in our day, ana gftTwl tbem he mast save the rest, and
that it was the crowning achievement of that be could not do. He now forced them
Governor Smith's life. It will in our t0 ..waik the pUk." The turn of the
judgement wield greit power upon public two little boys came, and aa they disap-
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opinion in vxeorgia oeared n the sea the mother firmlr and A he nrst victim, as tar as ano
proudly stepped off the board to follow girl twelve or fourteen years of age, who
ANDERsONVILLE PRISON. them.
tIiiiii ihia incident wonld Km verv she was turned ont of ihe institution and
wnnng aooui Anoersonvilie me .... .', , T( , . .altB,. to l,-e wilh .omc rP.nect.ble neonle
libCiT ucutiuu(U a fci u tk r, o net, I r I
that Burr was spared the additional pain
of learning the mode of bis daughter's
death. I give it for what it is worth.
C. Towksikd Uabris.
Piermont, N. Y., July 31.
He died I..,, l.rnah TIia .kin .UnM .V V.
- kuwwiu vm IUU VUI U-
ly wasu Dtiore tne remedy Is applied. At
the end of tbe second or third day the
animal is again to be Washed and the
remedy reapplied, as it Is very possible
mat an tne or a lot the mange insect) art
.ills .a a . '
nai auiea oy tne nrst dreuiog. j
Mange being a contagions disease, it
is essential lhat animals i suffering fiom it
should be isolated, and all obieta with
Ti i-u rut' v Tnw A A n mi a t 1 Q
wbich the y may have come in contact nnrL
The Herald, to day pablishcs the foU fied. The elothine: is io be boiled in a
lowing: ; solution of soan and carbolic arid ind tk
rmm r .a. . .t
1 wenty-nve miles soutn tiusoi city is an harness, saddle and rroominr ntenaila
orpahn asylum established in 1SG4 for the washed wiih warm water and soap, and
dressed with a solution of arsenic or cor
rosive sublimate, in the proportion of ten
grains to the ounce of water. After beior
Asietts, 1st January, 1673, $472,867.23
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Ziof Ananftl, Sera, and
Farm Property a Specialty.
DR. H. G. DAVIDSON, President.
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JORDAN N. MARTIN, Vice-President.
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J. . NEISWANGER, Secretary.
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fl. D JO IVES, General Agent.
J. ALLEN BROWN, of Salisbury,
LEWIS O. HAKES, of Lexington,
Local and travelling Agent.
entire community. About hve years ago
his wife died, and it seems not long after
that he commenct-d a systematic course of
seduction of little girls under bis charge.
wn, was a
so washed and dressed they are to be for
several days oxpossed to;dry air, washed
sgain with soap and water before they are
again put on the horse! they should be
sprinkled on the side next to the horse's
skin with sulphur. These may aecm ns.
less precautions, but ia S many ein-a tk
WHAT FARMERS OUGHT TO
TEACH THEIR CHILDREN.
and night be studies "bow to make mon
ey," and, if a compensation has been ob
tained, ''how to make more." Of course,
young men should aim at an iudependence,
acquire business habits, be industrious and
A A f .V. Hr- TUT-. Micro tuuT
grapn wniing about Andersonville the I ,., . . ' , T. .
great military cemetery of the world,
says : ;
"The cemetery contains forty acres
which; with about 1,000 acres contiguous,
is in tue bands ot tbe Uovemmeut by
right of confiscation thongh there is liti
gation pending between tbe former owner,
one Mr. Dikee, and the United States
Government as to the right of property.
There are 13,710 graves of f ederal
prisoners ; also, tbe graves ot 6 prisoners
hung by their comrades for crimes com
mitted among themselves.
There was there a prisoner by the name
of Ocwalter, who conceived a plan of pre
serving the identity of the deceased, for
which the general Government has com
pensated him the sum of $20,000. The
plau was ingenious, inasmuch as it points
out the great mass with certainty there
being comparatively few whose names are
unknown. Tbe eraves are in a row side
by side, three inches apart and fourteen
inches wide; hence they are packed away
very closely, there being 6,000 of these
prisoners buried on a less atea than two
acres oi ground. ' I
The Yankees came down in numerous bands
To divide out our Southern lands t
But this is the only spot
These poor 'prisoners ever got
The plank headboards are soon to be
displaced with marble slabs, for which,
with a brick wall aronod this and other
cemeteries, the government has appropria
There are 94 Georgia State reserves
buried in the cemetery, and the govern
ment has provided for their graves as for
the prisoners, and also included them in
tbe appropriation for marble slabs.
There is a branch running through the
stockade, but the prisoners, desiring cooler
water, dug 240 wells from 40 to 60 feet
deep, but without avail. There is a spring
iu the stockade lhat was said to have ap
peared in the prisoners' time of greatest
need ; hence, it is . called Providence
Spring. Many are said to have been kill
ed contending over this spring.
Whether this ia the true story of had been driven to the asylum by the harness and clothing are lined with thick
te of Theodosia, I do not know. If nnhappy domsiic rein ions of her parents, scabs, containing the oraV the parasite,
is a copy of Gibbs' Confession in For causes not assigned by Schneller the vitality of which ia se great as to al
most defy all efforts to destroy it.
in tbe country, to whom she related her
story. The people expressed great indig
nation and rande considerable talk against
Schneller, but the citizens generally main
tained lhat aitnan of his high morality
was innocent, :aud no attention was paid
Tho Herald ihen mentions other eases
with great particularity similar in charac
ter to the above. Three weeks ago one
One of the great weaknesses of human of lhe girls, named Bertha Nellie, went to
nature is to make material welfare tho all- the matron arid said she wan'ed to leave
abaorhiner thought and aim of life to ihe the asylum, but refused to assign the
detriment of tbe higher callings for which reason. Being closely pressed and threa
man bas been placed in this world. Day tened with punishment if she did not give
her reason, she finally confessed that it
was on aceoniit of Schneller's condoct
towards tbe girls.
She then related the particulars of bo'
he had seduci-d several little girls and
S. S. Cox has been unanimously nomi
nated to fill the Congressional vacancy
caused by tbe death of James Brooks.
This is very bad for Honorable Roosevelt,
admit, leaving out the few exceptional ! who wanted to fill the shoes of Mr. Brooks. J
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preserving. By these acquirements they maae vanons : siiemps upon nrr, oui iau
will be fairly place on tbe road to pros- ed. The matron promised to inquire into
parity and have ample time to improve th'er the matter, but tbe warden was that day
mind, making it susceptible to the enjoy- absent. On his return the matron called
ment of the treasures whieh are derived apn hm and! asked for her pay, as she
from soch culture. Farmers should make pr iposed to leave. On asking the reason
... I aaa.ls.a alt 1 Ww
their boys understand tbis. Money U not she told him what sue uaa neara. ite
tbe thine to live for ; it is only desirable was dumb for. a moment, but finally con-
so far as it is required to enjoy life intel- fessed all. Ha promised that if she would
ligenlly, usefully aud happily. That is stay aud take charge of the children that
its purpose, nothing else. To cultivate he would himself leave. By heradv'c:
such tastes, fathers should provide their he went at onto to Galena, sought an in-
sons with ample, interest aud instructive terviw with Rev. Mr. Clmtwood, a Luth-
reading matter. If the taste for reading cran Minister M that place and president
has once been awakened, the future cuN
tuie of mind and tastes will no more be a
labor, bat a pleasure. Thus a multitude
of our best and most prominent men
have, by self instruction gained the high
positions they have, held among their
tollow-citizens. The more we read and
study, the more the conviction is forced
nnon na that we have to learn much more.
Iu fact, the longer we live tbe more point from e'jjht to fourteen years of sge
edly is this being impressed
PUMKIN SEEDS FATAL AS FOWL
William Andson, Ann Arbor, Mich..
writes the Club that he has lost many of
his fowls in the Mlowiog taanner : MThe
first symptom lhat appears is lameness
in one lez : after a I few' dava both lera
become so weak that they can not stand,
and pine away and die in two weeks, and
something less than that! In referents
to this matter Wasbingtoa Hills, of Loag.
Island, saya : ' Uoe cause of this disease
complained of ia allowing torkeys to eat
the seeds of pumpkins. About tbe tirae
farmers take in their corn and gather their
pumpkins, almost invariably the cattle are
treated to a meal of pumpkins. If the
turkeys are around the barn-yard they
also have a meal of seeds,: and so sore As
they do so tbey will be lame. Sometimes
it kills them. At any rate they do not
get over it. Tbey will stay lame all the
season. Nothing will fallen tbem. In
fact, I have known a whole flock, affected
in this way. to be almost ! worthless, and
nothing else caused it j bat pampklu
seeds." ! !
of the asylum'e directory, aud to him con
fessed all. This gentleman was horrified
at the relations, and demanded that
Schneller at once resign and leave. This
he did, and Rev. Mr. Uerobold, of Bellonr,
ooe ot the directors, took charge of the
institution. Schneller is probably on the
occean by this lime. Ilia victims, as far
as can he ascertained, are six little girls
The best lessons for a good many per
sons wonld be to listen at a keyhole.
Tia a pity for sneh that tbe practice is,
dishonorable. Madame Stcetchine. '
Ohio is manufacturing bogus lard to a
large extent. It is made out nt a Urc
Quantity of Indian stirred into inched
The Dubuque Herald publishes some
very serious charges against Rev.'. I. M.
Schneller, a Lutheran miuioter, who had
charge of the Iowa State Orphan Asvlutn,
near that city. The Herald pubiwhrs
'., , ,
cases in which tne revcrena gentleman m
charged withjhaving ueu a systematic
coarse to rum'Six oi w. voting jm uirier
his c'.iarge. It is sid hns confessed
his cul aud js now probably or his way
to Europe. ;
Tiik Rkv. Newmaw Hall 8cis for
a Divoucx. The Rev. iNewman Hall'
has been, compelled to apprario the Lon
don Divorce Court. This estimable goo
llemau has been sorely tried io his doner
tic life. His raarriare was rather a ro-
msntic one, and arose oat! of an attach
ment which his wife formed for him while
he was acting as her tntorj 8be was the
daughter of a Scotch gentleman, well
known in the religious world, and wboae
life Mr. Hall afterward wrote. Those who
knew husband and wife were astonished
al lhe admirable manner in which he con
ducted himself toward a lady whose capri
cioos and uncertain temper seemed almost
to suggest mental rather than moral de
feat. Some years ago it was said Mr.
Hall bore this last injury jpaliently; bat
it would seem that some frash wrong had
beeti committed, and he has now filed a
petition iu lhe Divorce Qoort, alleging
adultery on the part of his wife with a
man named idcnarjson. .
11. w lias invented a nw press
'l' .vit '2J O0C jiep-r inUn h .;r