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PUDL18I1KD WEEKLY .
J. J . I BItU N ER,
Proprietor and Editor.
J. J. STEWARD,
' AHclt Editor.
It ATRN OP Rl'BCniPTlON
Ojje "Yeah, payIiein advance
g,x Months. k
5 Copies to one 4lrea. .
Ideas about our State Debt.
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IR. GOODLOlf S OPINION.
Daniel II. GondloeV Esq., has written
of euffrage that large and intelligent class
of. vatxi upon j wliom disabilities ere ittiH
nnnefl bv the first of the recent amend
ments Sto the 'national Constitution and
by the; Recotisirurtinn acts. Bj the form-
That Big Beatin California :
New York Journal of Cooi&ierce. '
The most' powerful "ring "Vest of the
AUeghenies has beert orerthrown in Cali
fornia. The great tle hitherto iririncible
Central Pacific IUilrnad power has at
last fnlleiu That tifmendool tSonopolr
has owned California. It bas:, elected
a letter to the New jYiprk Sun concerning er this claos wjis drpnred of the ngiit to
ihe recent election in this 8tate and the hold office, and br ibe JleconetrucUon acts
debt of the Slate, in the course of which they were deujed the rtgh; to vote tor or
!!! : . t . I f A. V r j. Ill
lie lyves expression jo the doctrine liiai agai.,s a couTeniMm, or ...r r aMPn Ti.Uiures. Senators Renre-
the LegWature of North Carolina, which ratification ofJm .Jonstitulion. dui mere r.' -jiV Mayors. Sheriff;
ir in in pnnvpnnun i -- . .r . .
tronera. and all the bnblic officials worth
..1-1 Mnfar tlio r irht to - V" :v't
rmtoH Aeht of ral fnillinnn. waa an was no dental of Dower to the convention
r .-r-r r I- . i.j ' . . 1.1 t llmnrrt
illegal Legislature, because its memlei8 to giv them the right ot sollragetaiinongn hftVi'
were noi eiectea dt an me voters 01 we
State) qualified. Mr. 1. says : .
"Shortly after tbe meeting of the Uon
ventton which framed the new ionsiuu-
tion Nn December ii8CS,
lion in iecemoer, iooa, a u.na waa ... w roiiJreM ailrna(1 Ring whenever it wanted a vote
formed among the members and others for the Convention s powers, and Congress e,Dln Iu power was felt
tin l DOOV con.: no romrr mc ng . . . i . r ,
bold office unill the individual should be rtAffaBVte
relieved by Congress from the disability. J' b,,C?,i, I uT '
rruc.ry 'T"fe . ..-i but whatever his political UIm;I, he was
UonsiHO- ine n8fJJ"8 "7f pretty sure to prove a useful friend of the
1 Rink was class was therefore wuhio the scope of F J b: Ii..
Thin nnrlralled Southern Remedy is warrant
ed not to conUin a single particle of Merccbv,
vor any injurious mineral substance, out is
rnntsinin those Southern Roots and Herbs,
the purpose of speculating iu the Slate accepteo tue Aion.utuuou wuuk uu- w
bon The principal of he, ru,UMn ftf tifieAtJ(m thi, henchment in every State on the Pacific
debtww then neayjteaillionn , and,the On the q of t'fi"Uon thu electing tbem by iu money or ita
unpaid interest wbichbad accrued amoon- clause waa we calculated to-secure tbe vVashinrtorT it was narti
tedPto nearly halt ai much .mou rbe majority of t5PPUr vote fbr the Com .3.
I V u I'll I T MUUK, vviug vcum. . r ww
schemeoi toe truiy jioyai ana pr, .c tn , rm i r- ,hl;.t l0KKv -reP ae at thtf CanitoLand
.i l...... ... fiMi t rinvii l i that int ramintt.itnfrjmea 1 rnian norae. 1 r tv . . ... '
creall 01 me . otaieianu lucrcuj "b
about a depreciaticnlof the bonds in the
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usual "bearing" style. J-ney were auc-
cessful. and investedl no debt to the full
extent of their resources. I have myself
seen an article written, or procured to be
Vhich an all-wise Proyidence has placed in seena article wriiteo, or procureu io u ci
countries where Liver Diseases most prevail. It written, and published at the instance of w
rfi Cu.it all DUeatct caused by Derangement of the w0 tarpei.hag members in a New York m
freighted with! enemies to carpet-bag rule
It conferred tlje right of suQerage on the
whole educated governing class, which
had been . excluded from the polls, when
the dfelepatesiito the Convention were
It embraced all men in the ataTe
moulding legislation at ita will. f Sudden
ly - as in 'a night this giant monopoly
has gone down before the will of the peo
California Baadita. ; J
2Iurdc ' ntf Robbery. j
Ilollister ( Ang. 27,) Cotrespoadrnce of the 8aa
At 8 o'clock eigl4 Californiant rode tip
to the store of Mr. nyder, about twelve
miles from Ilollister; at the cross-road from
Tree ' Pinos ; to baft Benito River. ' No
suspicions weirjaroud, because tbe native
Caltfomians are very numerous and gener
all inoffensive. T(iey dismounted abd
entered the store. Some engaged in coa-
Teraation, and others Occupied the attention
of the clerk, John Utxratb, until all seem
d to be. in remdineai. when thev drew
their revolvers, and ordered the inmates
of the store, some three or four in number,
to lie down, which they did. .80 quietly
did they proceed, that? the ' clerk was sur
prised when he looked around to see the
prostrate formiaod was still more '.so
when requested to lie tin w tr himself, with
two or three revolvers pointed at him. lie
laid down, and a part ftf the robbers pro
eeeded to bind their bands behind their
Were "Wrongs' BfcrhtedL UrmsiscrxcEs or PcBufc II rx - The
If stolen money, like a laving hen J"tt lUevUiaef
could cackle, what a racket there would f"B. "- M loipwing icier-
In some cy.pockels and. premises. , ...Vrf rZ nw V..IL
If stolen goods, like Chanticleer, eooM J - - '&.
only erow. bow ntany pern. wonld be - Ui.TlC
bmkea of their rest and kept awake by 7 ' , . ""T- ' ti , j
.-. ..... .T . . r I balronr of the FAYtltrviII ITnt! ?fn'
nir'it, it the hire ot latnrers kept back , ' V, . , , . . . ."if
by frand could talk, likje Balaam's beast,
what braying would dm "some employers
ears If tbe wronrs ot tbe widow and
the last Presidential campaign; and be
then stateo that be cauld recall the caja
of his boyhood, when he used to come over
iht orphan eouU spVak.pow many unjust ff, I
onrt would be eonuTually troubled bthe a fra '.T11? fl
f !. i .t,;;. wsgon. He spoke of his MtoniiLment
rmgtrg of voice. la tbir ears, Myijg. d J greklDeaskad splendor
Hiive us our ngbta. If some lordly , . , , , rr -til
toansiona-irared by illgotten rain-1 lf fof l UBa FJetU?ft
w kb tc Iowa vi .vuiiu varoiiBs. . i '
under Sthe Government
liver. iT. ... .... newspaper in December, 1867, or January, States.1 and the- number or ex.rosimasier
'TheoYMrTOMS oi xji ver jnu , tl. Rft tn h I l.mAn F.iv there were notlar anortOI
. . .1 .L . 1 J U.olr I lOUO. WUICU ICUItKU mw " "S - --
bad tMte u, rT... L r"l ni.r.Z! bankVnntJand stated that the a thousand officers. . It included all ex-
Kidesor JoiniSjOitew uiiwcM wi - r I r .1 t
oiunu" . . n 1 1. Ii . . 1 L j - - . AmnmiaA I am TnJmi mirhn At the ljir
Sntir Stomach: Lioss 01 Appeuce: uoweis aiw 1 nest tninz to ue uuiic "so iu iuiuummB 1 uuinvvi - -o
tW j' .. ' ill ll'j..! T t I . . ... ..l.. I 1 L f- uvk !!
isiature, aitorneyv, .wr w
oath, A oenevpi to auppork tua vuiwHut-
. ''11 ! 4 MM nH f bIiiA ... .Ann.
ty bad livingnpot less than titty on tne
averaere. 1 l!
There was formidable dimcuity to
pie of California. Let those faint-hearted backs, and pinion tbelft,lega together, i
ones who are despairing of the republic look While this waa goisg on within, the
at this wonderful revolution and take terrified prisoners were startled, at tbe
. . ft
....L.Mi nt.rU .11 tl iavbi Davidson, proprietor oi the hotel. Air
the State eivins anti-monopolv Redlerd a teamster, and. ft Portuguese
voters were all out;
Chosen. emnraceo, u men m iuo oi.-.o . - , . . . nf ,iirM .8.tAi ,if. .i,KAt K
ho, prior U. w.r Ui WH.T. "3. SKrf u bi C diiTVlMn
nt ot tne uniiea i --j - I v .v- v-.i i
nately coslire and lax; Headache; Lroaaof mem- the fleDt Doubtless many other articles
orr, with a paiiinil sensation oi navmg uuieu 10 f .Jmilar tenor were published in Worth-
"?i lfltlniadPKjs; a dry Cough often mis- if you wil consult your price current
taken5 for Consumption. Sometimes many of reporters of that day you will find that
'thwe'symptoms attend the disease, atothera, very the State bonds depreciated considera-
fewjibut Ihe Liver, the largest organ In the ji The R- havW laid in a supply
tody, Is generally. U.e seal oi tne .W' of' the depreciated bonds, then went to
not ltezulated tn time, great suffering, wretched- Ul "T"- rni...
nM and Death will ensue
ThU Great VnfaUiny SPECIFIC will not be found
. : the Leatt Unpteamnt.
Tot DY8PEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jann
dice, Uillious attacks, 8ICK HEADACHE.
Colic, Depfesmon ol bjinw,auuJioiuMAv,u,
Heart JJurn, Ac, Ac.
limniDBi' Llier Rrgalator, or Medicine,
U the Cheapest, Purest and JJest Family Medi
the World I ...
' MANUFACTURED 02TI.Y BY
, J. 1I. .Z1CILIN & CO.,
i . Macon, Ga. and Philadelphia.
Price, $1.00. Bold by all Druggist.
1 FOK SALE BT-TUEO. P. KLUTTZ. -1
Jnne 19 yt. i. Salisbnry N. C.
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majorities. The voters were all out ; i merpucruef, uiuo uum.uwu.
there never waa such a ralljing to the that these three men, eii.g outside the
polls. At Sacramento, where tbe com- building, did not readil obey tbe com
could articulate, many a atone would cry
out of the wall, and many a brick and
beam from the timber would answer it :
uWoe to him that procuteth wicked gain
for his bouse, that he may establish his
nest on high. , If all thin unfaiily got
ten and wrongly retained could be et
free and remanded toT'thjeir rightful own
ers, what a wonderful exodus would there
be from bouse to bouse,' from person to
person, from purse to purse, from capi
tal to labor, from labor! to capital. If
some spini-medium, going imm noose
to bouse, could cuter
t a a
chambers plain an
furmtare was bouebt with other men s
money, and could set the! several articles
in motion each in the i direction of its
rightful owner what a rattling of silver
i- r-t.- L..
Dtair. aniyes. loraa ana i.Dwni : wu
pany has its workshops, and puts on airs
of proprietorship in the bodies and souls
ot tne people, tne mog was wmppea uy
1,000 majority, when the best that bad
been expected by the "Amis'
reduce the Ring majority to 300.
.1- -..ii: i Tpntire Lne it I nr maioritv 10 juu. r nu
overcome, x of o auow iuia wrgo ' i . . - , , -
class toil vote at the first election Pre8?n' u,c pp kUC 7T .t
would ereatly endanger the ascenaency
W , - . m.mm
of the carpet-baggers and their allies.
Precaution had been taken in making the
Constitution io confer long terms on the
officials with arge salaries ; and now, if
this should fall into the handa of others,
work to raise their market value, lbey
were accordingly seized with a spasm of
"honor and good faith" which culminated
in the adoption of the guaranty clause
above quoted. 'jj. I
If the public debt had not been more
than duplicated by the very men who put
this provision into the Constitution, it
miirtit have' been more bearable. But
under existing circumstances, supposing
the " new bonds" to be legitimate, thitf
cluse of the Constitntion requires every
member of the Legislature to take an path
that he will vote taxes which would amount
to the confiscation of ' nearly all the net
earnings of the people annually.
The above ia not a random assertion.
Tt la mippentible of demonstration. For
debt, if we count in -the "new Don as as
a part of it, amounts' to $35,700,000 ; and
thnnnnal interest.' at six per ceni is
$2,62,000, or 2,8 per cent, on the whole ; Constitution y the mei
real and personal property of tbe people, j the very act; of introd
It U well known that a whole peoplef es
npciallv where agriculture is almost the
W mf . -l
PxMiirtivft interest, realize, one. year with i
ers have complete possession oi ooiu
Houses of the Legislature (which insures
the election of a Reform Senator), and
they have nearly everything else down to
the humblest municipal offices. We judge
that they have gone clean through the
and that for one
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ii .t i. i.L.i! 14 k :. Thv otate wnn uieir pureirs,
an tneir wuuwuuiu w. i .u. r -.c. t:r a
therefore ordered that the election of .11 7r V" "
the State officials, including the Legiala- "jr...e ....- -
mands of the assassins or attempted to
escape, and were instanilv killed, two of
them beiug shot through tbe breast abd
the other in the month. The robbers then
Droceeded to search for plunder abd
Mrs. Snyder lives in tlie house adjoin
ing the store, and the robbera ordered her
to deliver up all the mpney she hal,
which she did readily. Tn they went
to Mr. Snyder, and released bim on bis
promise to give op alt bis money,
which he did. amounting to some
$500 in coin and several hundred
dollars in checks and draft. After corn-
pleting their search for money and jewel
ture, should be held at the same places Pt. c"ari
which! were designated for the ratification reported from San
. .L r.....:U.- ...!: ko f.,rtUar nr. manager of tbe Km
utiru vu. -j . R-nV-l.-an ncrlilull V(a tllkpt tlllnlc-
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A characterislic incident is ry, having ransaeaea tne money ors-rn
mmm I . 1 T .11 ... m .. h . mm
Francisco. 1 he ana tne pocaeia oi an vucirvicuui, mc
s campaign at that proceeded to divest themselves of their
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na. i It
Many still living here, while rtaditg
recently the newspaper accounts of the
great French property ease, In which
ilou. Jodah P. Benjamin has been tp
gaged, and in which he hii proved the
heiriolaw to be two! ladief of Ceorgta,
hare been parried back to the early ptrt
of their lives, when they used-to have' .
certain playmate In the schools of Fay
etteville a little, no prepossessing felloirj
sickly, frail, with Jtwuh (catnm, but
with a Lricht and active mind, andi a
i going imm nouse . , r .. - a -T i
all Yhe parlor, and 3mckof" ! V?1" tnd otfr
.d irineelj-hot Jentand.ng which gave ptomue of hU
. ..iT... .. fuiure greatness, ilis family moved
rhffe the schoolboy was
took op lleir abode (a
bustling of chairs and tipping of tables ;
and would not many a bed of ttari'get op
and walk 1 i
If evil spirits, at the present day, could
enter into the various forms l property
gotten by fraud some thipg besides swine
would rush into tbe sea ! Many a tat,
fancy horse in the carriage or under the
saddle would, 1 wren, -make its way
rapidly down "ibe steep,,and choke rider
and all in the deptha 1 j
"As the partridge siteth on eggs
and hatcheth them not ; sr he that gelteih
riches, and not by right, iball leave tbem
in tbe midst of his days, nd at bis end
shall be a fool." It is a great thing to
have a conscience void of offence toward
Ood and man ; a great thing to te able to
say; "I have wronged noon
farther South '
still a lad, and
The farmer boy who followed the wa(
on ws the luinre member of Uongrett
and the Minister to the Court of hke
Catholie Majesty, the Queen of Spain.--
The obscure popl t the common school
was afterwards Secretary in Xavis Cali
uct, honored barrister at the 'English bar,'
and to day Counselor of her. Majesty, the
Queen of Logland.
registered byS he military to vote for or
against a contention should be auowea io
vote for members of the General Assem
bly, for Stated ;and county officers, and for
members of fjongress. The registration,
le taxable prpperty of the State is I as I have explained and is well remem-,.,-!
in nnn nnn The nnblic ' hrpd i hv intellisrent men. excluded e.U
Ulllt tf&.&VVWVWW - ' k mm v - m i - -- r C7 -
And get Bibles. Prityer Books, Hymn
Itooks of any kind you want; ;Histories,
lliouraphies. Music Books. Music, Novels of
the best authors;! Blank Bok8, Albums of
tha most sttlish kind; Stereoscopes and
Views'; Scho.l B.w.ks. all kinds in general
use; Slates, Inks,! Writing Paper of the best
quality ; Wall Paper, and Window Shades
in great Varifty, Music Teachers for vocal,
Pianos, Banjo, vtolius dec.
A WOULD TO FAZLBXERS
ho were excluded from holding office by
the Nationalf Constitution, though they
were made legal voters under tho State
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men who made it, in
aciner it to the
Th0 State convention in 1868 assnmed
that doneress meditated this gross infrac-
amither. not more that 2h per cent profits! tion of the '(institution and invasion of
so that if taxes werL levied suflicient to the rights ot ijt he otate ana peopic,
pay the interest of toe whole genuine and carried it otvt under the supervision and
spurious debt of theState, to say nothing ' surviellance f the roillitary commander
of current State expenses, the people would of District Ni. 2. The election of the ao
be robbed of their whole earnings. : j called; Legislature waa therefore void, and
tt ia no uncommon thing for States, as the men chores wheii tbey assembled did
well as individuals, U find themselves in I not constitute a Igislatnre of North Car
circumstances which make it impossible olina. Thejvwere clothed with no legi
ts Kiv .their debta. Let every man ask . tnnate authority, ana mey naa no ngm
predicameut. There representatives
for the Republican legislative ticket, think
ing that would win against the "Antis;"
but during the election hours he saw
reason to believe that the Democratic
ticket was the best to stand by, and he
suddenly shifted his followers to that.
But it was all of no use ths free and
independent candidates beat both of the
others. This Utile item reveals the tactics
which the Railroad Ring has always fol
lowed. It cares nothing for either party
except as it can use that party ; it is as
rady to betray a it is to bribe.
cblhes, and dressed np in JUr. Snyder
best clothes, of which be bai plenty upon
his shelves. Only one of J,be band was
masked, aud two or three 4f them were
no one defrauded
no oae." Christain
Who is the oldest lonatiq on record f
Time out of mind." -
Tbe Rev. Mrs. Fannie U
annouueed that when called upon
solemnize manures ibe will reverse
custom and kiss the bridegroom.
To the toast, "Woman she is a link
between Heaven and earth- Prentice
corrupted once n Pn"?, : "So U a "P
"GrkAT Surrn. Commenting upon
(Imrrit Rmitli'a rMMnt dealsration thiit no
I judge ought to respect a Constitution, the
All the time they conducted themselves ! Lynchburg Yiryiuian says :
in a cool ana lntrepia mauper, proving j
themselves to be the desperiu band that
. . . . .l i
Vasqnez has so long peen e,reauea wun
lt-ading. But little was said and that in
in tin sir
If Chang and Eng. the Siamese twi
should get intoxicated, what a picture! H
would make. We should probably sto
Chang high Eng raying. ,
A Beloit, Wis., editor
"Oerrit Smith ia not lingular in his
opinions, for there are thousands like him,
at the North, who entertain the san.e views
rhinoceroses may inn grace
himself to say that "Cows,je!ephants, br
acemlly. bat wo
The Massachusetts papers describes: ft
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respecting toe ODiigations pi uie milium- i . . ' V . i o r tL
tioi. Their idea about a.i 'absolute and mh" l "kn oi 8ttff-
At a Fair in Georgia a few weeks since
Hon. Ben. Hill, who is one of the most
sensible men in the whole country, assert
ed that it was cheaper for. our planters to
a whisper. Vasqnez himself remarked
Lhat 5 000 reward had beck offered for everlastincr Maw.' a 'law higher than the
his head. constitution,1
ft r - . . 1. . V. L. . .!.. ... 1 J .!.!. .!!.... ... .k. nrr.M
all'the horses they culd fiiid and left, what brought on the late war. Aud now
most of them going toward the 8an they are making a great ado Ix cause J fT
Benito. j ersoo Davis recently inlfcnated that ihe
Knmo .ro nnrhenive that the New '. RnniU would never abandon the eiute of
Idria stage may meet this baiid and suffer constitutional liberty, for which it fought hotel is to be kept ihis season at onejof
at their bands. I four years. Tbat, in substance, ia what me watenng-p area aj ipe w.aow ji
be said, and all that he manL
It is probably only the liquor inn spectre.
A plucky policeman in St. Louis wlo
was covered by a burglar's revolver, merW
ly mentioned that "banging wasn't plac
ed out," and secured his prisoner. j
A Western paper tells us tiat a favorite
T . O 1I..t1. U . . I.UimKlilJ
... it a .. w .HMifti. . trir;i.uui.u .
Ijaft&n. p-.. . 19 I I .... ... .
,heir own nmvisiona than to have offering $1,000 reward for the capture of set are they to be prating about rebellion
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ihpm hrnuo-ht Irom the North or West and hit or all of the parties. Sheriffs Wasson,
given to ihem at the nearest depot free of j of Monterey, and Adams, of Santa Clara,
all cost and charges 1 I arrived at noon io aay, organizea a pany
I In mnv noun d like a aweeuiu? asser- I of men and started in pursuit at 5 P. M.
. I .. . . . tnni n.-.l.
seen at r uiow vree,
hen thev never were willling to be bonnd
by the compact and the letter or spirit of j
the constitution exccDt when it suited
tbem. Here is a man who served in
Congress, and took a solemn oath to sup-
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m : - a a m . 9 w . ... r linil mmmm mw -w m mm mm m mm. Hliril mm Linm a mm auuwaH wtBV anw ww - w
'a . M . . m L- s A & Bk n W Km ril a II V I III 1 1 lT 1 fu m . r " w . - . - . . r B T . fta..l-
mseif the question wen, now ne woa.u to pige V, Ala M..ela.irs manner tbat it cannot fail forty miles beyond Tret Pinos, by a eamp- port a eonsutuwon wn cn ne utteny c-
to H under the solemn, obligations t Weither in law nor in mora.-, w.u WJ - - ln .rtw at darlirht this morniur. temni and dendfi, and want no judge to
p. to devote hi. whole earring toh .1 bind tbe peopk, to redeem or pay ...te est ; -7,-". 11"' --Z- : " i regard! The fact that hcre were .0
editors, leaving nothing, literally, noil.- ? on bopds which they or their agents - we t no Castelar ill the Catacombs. many like him North of M.o and Dixon's
g for the education of his children: and or misapplied,! Tin. i. the ...u Mrreprr.sib e conflict-
purchase of the l simplest comforts tor the taxpayers ? uw uwtl,Uh ZtmV" t.,b Atfth rn amount . . .. . deluged the land with blood. ixt
is family. I know that the Shylocks p e of the State ot all parties. , Above, toe tempies were magniacro , lh responsib ty rest where of right it
is lamiiy. a anw ,..J.lmA;V t. -;i i.a f thm mav millions realized you pay for raising the five mil-1 nrrrtu . , ith ,mrAnm mnA meadows. I !.?. 1 - 6
Uaav mat it wu uib wh lam., hu mm o o.m ;. -- ., . . 1 u . 1 11 .iri ----- 0 r . , dciooci. i
bjijt viik " ? t , l4 j..jt 1 linn 111st double cost of nroduction 1 tlall I . . li. u:i. :. ..:... . . ,u"b $
he should Pay the forfeit Ot his lite- issued by antnoriiy 01 inia pre nueu irK-( .. .. , 1 wnere innumerauic uiruB i v- ,
ue buuuiu yaj i 'f . '. .. ? i., jl i thi Inlmr and snnnhes emnloved in raitflug I t. j J :.u 1vn. I i
: but such will not be the righteous ; isiature, a teir nunarea tnousano na. c u.. , - - ----- - , - r - ---r - pmniov.a maroie vesuouiea .uor..c w.u -uu.w- NtW PoLiXICaL Movkmext is Ice-
rdict of public opinion. The people , appli to b Id a railroad in the western - - r , statues, where tne cunmng -c-P- tAKD.-Iceland ha. got warmed np a.
urth Caroliua found themselves in this part of the State, ti mia oe irue, iri, , - o 1 . ,, gae to me mer b.uuu ... , Ustbv a sort of farmers'movem-nt,and a
" : ' a a . m . 1 r mill nil iiiii r 1 1 1 1 1 aiim tiuiiai . m-m m m a - a . ii.a . mi
in who advancad their money on tne irauuu- V'7 ' " , , r. " .w. vitality 01 me soui ; niucuiua . . . lenM political agitation lias commence
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newspaper, they will work better and be more
cheerful. Try itJ
A WORD TO TAItlVIEHS 80X73.
tho Legislature could not take their seats lent bonds have the road.
Mnv a fw dollars worth of books every until they had fiist taken an oath to tax It is a wMl recpgnizea principle 01 .w
year for your sonif and hands and take a good them out of all their net earnings for and of ethicsr that a manjs not Douna oy
Ml 1 1. . V. mora I . f ! . J.L. .! . -.l.) rrivftn hnlpr llnrPM. Ana it IS al-
the purpose 01 payiug iujjv.ovi picug v" ,
on them by fraud. I I so a settled principle of daily application
But I will nowishow that the "new in the courta that the holder of a forged
bonds" have no validity, not because they ' check or nrjje cannot compel the payee
were issued in violation of the states which named in it fa make it good. In ihe case
.nilmriooil thpm. nor heeanse they wero before ns we.have a combination ot these
UUfeUVI M ff - - mf t r m
rm off wl" and misapplied by the knavish felonies, with intent to rob the people 01
agents in whose hahd tbey were placed, North Caroliha. First, there is the duress,
half this labor would raise more than you
needed for supplies. You could employ
much of it, also, in enriching your lands,
and improving yoar property in many
ways. Then you would come to the end
of ihe year with your cribs full of corn,
your smokehouses full of meat, yout fami
ly full of smiles, yourselves full of inde
pendence, and your pockets full of nwney
for investment. And how would you in
vest 1 In cotton factories on the water-
. ' . a
falls which Cod sent all through your
haIiI ia I m r
. jii-lt 1 Kvmivai safe
serration or tbe swords ot the eariy neroes , ba - fof -u Qh-t ,be ormhro
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ana 01 tue tropuiea iucj i un
. tn the darkness close
You have something to Jbe proud and to
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boast 01. ineiarm nine eTwuB.ucwj , ., , , . . . l, u:K ikii..n.MH ..n varnprl awnv
industrial pursuit. When it succeeds all g" mwuu uy w.-.-g ""f --7. country to run spindles. This would
prosper; wieu it fails, all flag, Dou'tthink the greater reason tha the body wfhther make iou independent . of Old England
you can't be a great man because you are authorized their issue in the name of the and then thw is the forgery of the great 7 England. Then, also, you would
the sou of a farmer. Wa.hinKton. Webster State of North Caro iua was ot a Legist seal of the State, by a pretended Legisla- k"! u of husbandry,
and Clay were Tarmer's sous, but while they Uthre elected under ita Constitution, but ' ture, to bonda for millions of dollars. Ihe 7WU.
toiled they studied. So do ye. Buy a good ,hat it was fraudulently chosen in viola- holdeb must look to the forgers for thier and this would make yon im ?pPe"Jen
book, one at a time, read abd digest it, and lio-j th m08t e8jential clauses of; that money. I in, very respectfully. Pennsylvamafoundcies and MassadmseUs
then another. .-....., . l.a wtiiok inrA h T ill TIavtvt. II, finnmnK. workshops. In a word, every improve-
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to those wonders of history, elose to those
miracles of art - lay the sombre temple of
Christian worship, entered like the dens
of wild animals, and peopled by iotne
humble figures symbolical of sorrow per
sued by despotic cruelly, ani ofien tortur-
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oppressions 01 Uanish monopoly ana ine
complete separation ot that iniana irora
Denmark. A great public meeting was
held on the 29lh of June, at which it was
resolvad to use every eff.rj to put an end
to the Dauish rule in Iceland, and 10 ob
tain from Denmark a tree Constitution
which should give tbem a Government of
bond left being 11
Mr.-, wl.odied last summer on a
and improved plan. !
An Indiana woman's snitr for divorce
had lingered along until she- was com pi o
lly out of patience, burst into her lawyer's
office last week, her face radiant with jjy,
and exclaimed, '"Squire, tlio old man's
TJchtninr recently struck a telerranh
pole and ran along tne wire into the oGco
at Goateville, Iod., when ihe operator,
seated at tbe instrument, excitedly tele
graph c a back, "Don't send so d d fast."
''Thomas," said a father to his (n,
"don't let that'girl make a fool of you
lie member the adage tbat 'Love is blind."
"Ob, that adage won't wasfc ; talk abint
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love being uuoai u oy 1 see ten uies
as much in that girl as yon do." j
General Rosecrans, who has been rail
roading in Mexico fot a nucsber of yer,
thinks lhat the Mexicans iare brae,
generous, docile and ihiifiyj much mpre
eisily led lhan driven, and more suscepti
ble to and appreciative of loudness than
any people in ihe world." j j
Whew 1 W hat a Name. The nicer
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t 1 iiiui. int. in nnir nonn ipil DFinr iiimi. 1 t . i 1 1 ... .... ........
, . . . . 1 ,. , j d 1 1'incuiK'Ca. who was uncc liiuKniii
x nen iuctc ...ft.vft- ... rV l of common severeign. It iibu is yieiaeo,
tions dv temperament, aeciaucu m uaia
it m ai.t.rl tkn f .lan1ra will then break
ness. believers in the crucified Jesus, these from jjeilIlwrk altogether and ally
insane preachers, these passionate see- lhemsevt.8 Norway.
tarians mc iccuic, mo jwi, .j.... ,
Call and see me, and look over books.
right of suffrage. I raise no issue about
the! constitutionality of the Reconstruction
acta of Congress, nor about the validity
of the Constitution framed by the carpet
baggers and adopted nnderunillitary su
pervision and control. But the point is
that tbe Constitution thus made ana tons
ratified was wholly "set asidf and violated
in the "election" of the so-called jbegiaia
ture whieh issued the stolen -bonds.
The carpetbaggers and some of their
nnscruoulous native allies would have
And Get a Good Picture, disfranchised the great body of the white
ueoDle who were not ready to vote wuo
a. -a .
their. But this they feared 4o do, lest it
I 'it . . .1 r-i-.r... -1 !.:. 0..natf.
m. !n i ; 1 nnat mifiii cause me reieciuni oi mrn
II O Will KIV YO'4 K KWU WICVUIO WI ....-. I p "if . .. .111.. .L.
you take it away ; for we don't intend that ntion ; and they reiuctanuysy ieiaeu i u.
dt bad work shall no from this office to in- prevalent popular Will, which demanded
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Come to the
lure us and the business. Call and try.
ITp Stairs betveten Parlert and Mies Jfl
Call and examin my stock of Wall Paper,
Window Shadw. jW riling paper. Inks A:c
Mind I don't .intend to be under sold.
j Feb. 27. tf.
THE G RE AT POISON NEUTRALIZER.
A Sure Preventive and certain curejor ,
K CXIZLZiS 1 AW3D PEVBR,
Jind all species of Miasmatic disease.
Send for circular. !
C. R. BARKER .& CO.
April 24, 1873 Cmos.
that every man, whatever his antecedents,
should enjoy the right of suarage.vc
cordinglv the sixth article section 1, de
fines the qualifications of! an elector as
Every male person born in the United
States, and every male person who has
been naturalized, twenty wine y earaold or
upward, who shall! have 'resided in thU
State twelve month's next preceding the
d thirty davs ih the county in
which he fiefs to vote, stall be deemed
an 'elector." ' h '.
Tt will ha jeen that this provision o
ihe State ConsUtotion admiu to the fight
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were, alter an tnose eummuncu iu
awaken and to call down the living flame
WarrentQ, N. C. Aug. 18, 1873.
The plea of Charles O'Cpnor. lhat there
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f iK. .trit nn llm IntAIIMtM ind COrrRDt r
.1 m'A four shots were fatal, and the lory must
worm, wuicii uhibuiitji iiih v. . .. ... - . . . t.
1 ' v 1 .L...1.-, nmt him. ia not original. It
is based on the argument of llm Western
Governor of Iyioisiaua, has jthe following
tngraved on his visiting card : Ex-Lieu
tenant-Governor Pcrey Bysche bbelby
Pinchbeck, ofNcw Orleans, La." Modest,
world. WUICU DOlSOnea wua iu uriiiea m.ii . . m . ... t.
ment would be built up in your own conn- . lhc ham8lI eon.ci.nce, 1 jrefore acquit him, is noi "Bin...
ia . a . -.-1 m ma. 1 m - 1 1 a naaiwi nn iiip iririiTTipnL ni inn mm rptri 11
try, and an the improvements wuum gi
NoBiLrrri; of La bop. Hardly any
thing is morii contemptible than tho eon-
ciet which rests upon social position ; the
conceit of these who imagine that tbey
are thus divorced from the slay of com
mon men ; of those who shrink with hor
ror from tbe idea of work ; as something
that degrades by ita contact, and yet who,
likely, owe tlieir present position to some
not very remote ancestor, who, recogniz
ing his call to work, lived more honestly
into vour own pockets.
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Go on as you are now going, making
cotton your chief crop, and slavery is the
doom of vour children and your children's
children forever ! A people who depend
: on other people for their food and cloth-
ills'. ar and must be slaves. Make cotton
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out even maienai u.mic. . . . , . .1 .u. .nAil..r rrn'
What strength had they T Arms! Their j v"'u' " ' " f "
wl.,1.1... 1 nn.-tr r.ii h.' What ! dog- MYoa her he,n Pn.lleBen of lUe
power t That of resignation and suffering. ' JaiT
Had they legions 1 i ne legions 01 , mar
tyrs. Had they property T That of the
tomb. What they really possessed was
a force which is unconquerable, a weapon
a . a a 1 am iui iu ww uivn
your surplus crop, and'your wealth. Hide- .g neTer blunted, riches that cannot
pendenceand power win mumpiy assure- be og, powessions tbat cannot be ex-
ly as the years increase. bausted.
The ravsterioos light without shadow,
A JOUBNALISTIC HACK. 1 be Hew ana which grows not dim ; the living nre,
said the eloqnent advocate, "you
hev heern tbe witness swar he saw the
nrisoner raise his gnn, vouihev heern him
swar he saw the flash and heered the re
port, yon hev heern hin swar he saw ihe
dog fall dead, yon hev heefrn him swar he
dnr ihe bullet out with his lackkuife. and
you hev seen tbe bullet produced in court.
hat whar. rentlenren. whar 1 ask von. is
the man who saw that bullet hit that dog.'
Ill V I mVM. VWManAjaOaVaW ftllU " BBj w 9 4 w -
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in the worlds than they do, and was not York Times and the xsew iorx ncraia which quickens and is not quencucu ; ic
ashamed of the soiled thumbs. It is one are both seemingly engaged in a coinpe- im0Bortal soul of nature, lhi acimg Spring
of tha-meanest things for people to be titive race to occupy a position m ine of BOC,etyf tbeair in wmcn mcsoui irrc,
ashamed of ihe work which glorified their journalistic world similar to that of the an unfailing faith bestowed themby
ancestors more, with their soiled aprons Times in London. The only points of Heaven with the gift of miraeles.; The
and black gowns, than they wilh their comparison ia that both papers nave -oiara- COOqUered were conqueror. ; wic prvBtr.u
fine ribbona knd fiashy jewelry. It might ted HenglUh" editors, who write heavy ed became powerful ; the dead regivert
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be like a lily, more lucuomions on suojec.s uF. 5; loi.iue; me weaa, - f";r J
have the least information, l nese metio tbe nails ot the cross, yanquisneo tuo
politan journals, iu order to splurge on j savagefiercencss of barbarians.
. L J l.t 1 .o1riinl( alita fill I mmmmm i
iheir editoral and reading columns with "Mary, why did you k ss yourhands
be a fine thing to be like a lily,
gloriously clothed than. Solomon, and
doing nothing as if we were lilies. Advan
tageous position is only a .little more
emphatic calf for work; . and while those
who "hold the! advantage may not be com
and therefore it equally honorable. Bz
i urn cuihiiu auu - o . . , . - .
-ii .i.,A. f ol.Krr.tt trash unavatema I to the gentleman opposite, this morning I
Alt Sfc I ISA m UI VIAWI , j I SJP T a a a
nil mother to; ner niooming
tbe gentleman had the
row a kiss clear aerosa the
course I threw it back
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specially imported, to give character to indignantly, xou w..-
Aeir pretentions. - leourmgv ' -r"r""6 - ? ' '
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I . 1 J .1 i i i inaa v .mnmn inn uniun iicicu u imi -
peueq to nayau aruagery, mey .., r'-rr- -., , ..SnrM(i. Lwh,.P Wh.-.
recognize the f4Ct that manual drugery t" irnaio m. - -o--
w o . 2 .... -7. 1 1 i:. ; ..Ii nf these iiornila. has a I lmnudenee to th
may be nerformed in tne same spmi aa i uewwu. . . . . I ' it
r" Tr : P?"ururu " "ou v l. , Vnw .nd Irili renortpr. I street to me. and of
that which characterizes their own wora. i irc ciuu
A Family Burxid tq Death. At
an early hour Sunday rooming several
frame buildings, once used as Uovernroent
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stables, knd a rope-walk adjoining, three I and guard the otate again
miles south of Louisville, Swere fired and j men. Observer.
IIUIIIV ClltllCII VUII.m.M. . ... 0. ,.m-m - ...
Willi-, hi- wife and four children, living anderbilt is
s -r .l. L-:ii:. l A ; granger out
in one m ine uuiiuiug, , - w-mi . .
fl.-.- mA KnmeH to Heath": -Trent Willis. 1 something
. ...i .. 1 t it I so much money I
WOO IS DO CAUTiiru n-jvv.. m w i
That "honesty is the best policy" may
be exemplified by tbe following little loci-
dent : A man at Belmont, Mo., sold to a
mill owucr a saw log which proved td be
hollow. As be sold it for a iiound log4, be
Toluniarily went and gave bjsek the price.
and haulii'g it to his own yard, chopped
it op for firewood. In thij operation he
found ten $5 gold pieces which somebody
had secreted in it. i- I
The Washington Republican, in all lad
ing to the State debt of North Carolina
and the probable action of the next Leg
islature, says lhat danger exists in tbe
fact that speculative "rings" hive been
formed for the purpose of inflaenctng leg
islation on tbe sotiect. This is a note of
warning to us. Let us not disregard It.
We hope Mr. Turner will unchain) his
watch dogs when the Legislature meets,
est wants to know if
the suspected incendiaries have been ar
Brown tinted note pauer l now the
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fashion in London. The la sheet i cot
in legal shape, and turns at the top, in
stead of at the side. Th novelty will
toon be the rage here.
wrong in one man ow
when a man who -has
earned nothing by productive iudnatry,
bnl who has simply handled the product
of Kbor, has accumulated that amount Ut
a pnraber of years. It iaja proof jlhat
nothing is wrong, ine nne wrong lie
in this, that we arc getting ! too litut mr
lour products, andhose whd handle thr
are getting too muen.
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