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"Resolved, That in our opinio U will forces by its Integrity and aonndew tb lessons
be the duty of tha delegaUchoeen to rep- "r.SrHllToi
resent this connty m said Constitutional . . ni;n. i -nrl tinkling
! Convention to take in good firfth the oath j (-afoi tf jt does not speak th words of a coo-
required by the Act of the General As- venation and life of morality and consistent
I imhlv p-iUitirr tia f1nnvntinn and faith 1 relisiiotlH order.
The Xobesoniun has just completed ita - . " " , . . Mr. Beecher
We publish the following fur the benefit
of all Concerned :
Chicago, June 24th 1875.
liA year under ita present editor, Mr.
W. W. McDiarmid, Mr. Mc. is a real
newspaper man and as dearer aa he is
enterprising. The -Jldbesonian is a good
paper, and ve are glad to hear that k is
la a prosperous condition.
mounts the pulpit after this
distrusted by a majority of his countrymen, not
having been able, after his best enoits during a
long investigation and with the aid of able
counsel, dexterous attorneys, and rust money re
sources, to clear his character from reproach.
In fact, the doubts which encompassed him are
mnrh oimnver than thev were before the trial
The object of these resolutions is to beean. His own sworn testimoney did not
m I L .. i , a
fully observe and keep the same.
The above is dipped from the proceed
ings of Carteret County Convention. We
notice that a similar resolution was pass
ed by the Convention of Richmond coun
Uandate annnantbon.edactof Ue Legis- carry ctovn - .-3
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Mr Tnrner uf the Sentinel has ,aiurc w K,re Iorce ana auiBor,lJ 10 cowasdice snd deceit longagopullediiim cown
is urnvers!!v reearrtel as a usurDatum ot r" msiuiij pi" v.
inearthed a most infamous bill, which
ysf n.ooilna ika aaaiilt nT Til inn liv ririrvn.i I abuse
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rushed through the Legislature during Pwer' u w rewoiuwuna aa m peopw of hig accuser, pf unprecedented virulence
j 1 to Diua tnemseivea in advance. to tore-1 noceu me vnrmim ...
an U VI . "4t,-c . I Vol k tr rrnnK trt mm about manll
the last! hours of the session, 1875
notwithstanding the bill may most appro
priately he called one to plunder the
State, there are men and newspapers that
have the effrontery to defend it and the in
competenu by whose negligence and want
off foresight it became a law, But Mr.
Turner has shown too much interest in
A I If I .1. !..- J ...V.
Mra wnisra 01 me (mie, uu mju uiusu . .n s . 1
M.r.M In no.nr of Irand. to he brooirht oscnoe me Uiegat ana unconswuitona.
1 I :U-J 1 l l :n
His 8er. wnu picuci iutui uy me icgisiaMire .wim
divest himselt ot bis sovereign character
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ppl..od ib, hRh to .rq d. feeble T"
rauvDU rgiiiiurc xv iaac tun uaiu
swear their delegates to sacrifice their
manhood and compromise their sovereign
character ip order that a precedent may
be set in the State for timidity and usu r-
petion of power. When the people elect
delegates to the Convention, they invest
them with the highest sovereign powers
, charity, truth, honesty, spotless Christian
ity, ana an exaitea morality i
If he had been a man of sensitiveness, we
should have been spaired hi flippancy during
the trial, both in the court room and in Plymouth
Church. That ha has the effrontery to show
himself in the pulpit after the revelations of the
last rear, shows that he has the hide of the
rhinoceros. Whatever he does, however, he is
Judsre Pearson -rood authority among
the Radicals pronounces the programme
pt the Radical leaders to defeat t&euooven-
tiou call, revolutumanf. fearson seems to
t t sra a 1
have a pretty accurate idea ot tne ttaoieai
leaders in this State and ain't alow in ex
oressinr bis opinion sometimes. Greens
i ji . u un l , a ruined man. and very sadly we say it-h
and every delegate who shall take and deserves his fete. N. Y. Sun.
la to ridicule by aucb means, mi set
ices are known and recognised by the
and doubtful efforts of those who attempt
to bring, ridicule upon bis e
fraud. Thettutb of Mr. Turner's warning
have bean too often verified, and the peo
ple know there is something in them
Meeting of the Board of Town
Salisbury, N. C-
July 2, 1875.
A reeular meeting: of the Board of Town
Blaekberrieft a Specialty
Owing to an article in the Atlanta Herald
of the 18th lost slating the enormous quan
tities of Blackberries that are annually ship
ped from N G and the fabulous prices ob
tained for the same, for tha last three days
our desk has been tnoded with letters and
telegrams of inquiry from various points la
Ga. ; . .. 2
With a pope of preventing yon all a
serious loss, wl will call your attention to
the past crop. la the month of August
J874 we commenced the consumption ot tq
new crop with the old entirely consumed.
ai.d from the best Information can gat.
the crop of 1874 was about aOUUQ ebls or
36000Q0 lbs. Of this amount about 15000
Lbls. were shipped from N. G. and 5000
from other states, it is safe to say that
fully 4000 hfals. will be carried oyer into the
crop, also that at least of all the berries of
the crop pi le4 have paid a loss of troin i
to 3 cents per lb. The losses on the laat
crop may largely be attributed to the com
petition aipong buyers, stimulated by the
adviee of eastern receivers. As new fields
are being opened op this season for the dry
ing of berries and the consumption is really
limited to the Aorth West, we advise all
shippers not to pay exceeding 5 to Si cts
per lb for prime dried black berries, rbey reloped upon the attenuated frame. There la
are usually dried on a scaffold by heat of the no exaggeration it this 'statement. It U as
true as that the system is subject to
The Public Confidence Wall Placed.
Although tha world has bean seeking speci
fics for diseases for many centuries, few indeed
have been found. Prominent among
few is Hosteler's Stomach Bitten, Wl
years ago received the endorsement of the 1
medical profession, and was hailed by press
and public as the great reuovaut and pravesy j
tive of the age. And with good reason, since I
to the weakened stomach it gives strength, to
the torpid liver activity, to the disordered
bowel regularity, and to the shaken nervous
system firmness and tone. Under its benig
nant influence healthful vigor returns to the
debilitated and wasted frame, the flaccid mus
cles become oom pact, the wan aspect of ill
health is replaced by a look of oheerfalneaa,
tho mind ceases to despond, and flesh is de
GLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN Co's
(Late 8 n nO!4 e GLOU ORlH CO)
5 asm 4a
Sun, though ratificial heat may be used.
berries must he thoroughly dry before I hey
are packed and it is not best to pack and
ship before Oct. ,
Shippers may use hhh or sacks a suits!
their convenience Keepeetfuiiy,
-4iv. H. WHITE 4c CO.
Or We visited the tittle farm of Wm
Howard a few days ago, and we were de
lighted with what we saw. We do not
believe there is as much raised on tha same
quantity of ground anywhere else in the
xposures of 10 8Qrren4 t only the untrammeled U JJJ at g Ma,or,$ office
pu w sip yavcwrii pci miunig fcU iuc uuor i o'clock p. m,.
act er of a delegate of the sovereign pepple, The proceedings of the last meeting were
but to assume the role of a mere executive I read and approved
agent of a defunct legislature. Instead On motions-Resolved, That the election of
,i . : .u. 1J IChas. F. Baker, and BenL F. Fraley. as Com-
r 6 "'T" B doners of the Weat and East Wards, be, M. BachVGrrat SpkRCH. Tha
witu which ue is clothed, U delegate amI i( rwcinded. Z Brooklyn Eagle, which is a strong chain
who stoops to take this degrading oath, On motion : The Board then proceeded to pion of Mr. Beecher in the scandal suit,
which also binds him to observe the elect Commissioners to fill the above vacancies, pays the following handsome compliment lions oX the North and 8outh
nally iUegal and infamous restrictions, J. D. lcNeelT, f of the West Ward) and Alex, to Mr reaeh a speech
State. They ara of the Essex, Berkshire,
aad Chester breeds, and in size, appearance I of character dp it 1
and beauty are very superior Persons
dewing tuorongn oreus can obpun ;nem jfl. Beecher's Temporary
from Mr. Howard and no mistake. caDe b v Disaerreement.
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w.nit WitM. nmU.) a "it we leave the issue in tne ease ot
were declared duly 1 l,n against tseecner out ot consioera-
i.j iron, aim iook at mis sareco as a aicuiay
tor. F or be agrees that the body to rru- r ; I of large powere ol synthesis, of memory,
which he belongs is not equal- in power Unified, e prescribed oath of office being of paat study, of ready command of the
10 the one t prescribed the oatb for Limiistered by his Honor the Mayor. reeourees supplied by that study, we feel
I a m Aim At t ha llaasras onftiaania t W t st r f
mm jt m m ' -asw mm V at w BSVOS)VI W VI S V II It VPs
iui avasja wivuww wsu w aswwii
On motion: Resolved, That Messrs, Craige &
Craige, be, and they are hereby appointed at
torneys for the Town.
On motion : The Mayor was added to the
committee appointed to, confer with the admin
istrators of the estate of John I. Shaver, (dec.),
in settlement of the town claims Ac-
Ordered, That Thos. E. Brown, Esq., be,
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mi. j . r ,. ,i p, I U1U u u uecuT ucimiiKU iu wutiu uia
uirojicciucm li HJCJU1J IU lUS SUUUEH I . . , .
county. It is a truck farm principally. We solemnly swears to place himself even I "arr ot "
have newer before seen so many onions, and 1 beneath the dignity of a common legishv 1 majrir of the
they were fine. But the onions, beets, po
tatoes cabbage, wheat, etc., are all excel
lent, and their superior quality and great
quantity to the amount of space cultivated.
chow bow much better it is to cultivate
small farms and cultivate them well. Mr.
Howard, however, excel Is in hogs We
venture to say he has the finest hogs la the
Were proofs required to substantiate the
ality of the comprehensive effects ot tha
liitteis. there is probably not in existence a
medicine in favor of which sack a mes of
concurrent testimony, from the moat respect
able sources, could be adduced. But tha
ca&y of the nation's alterative and invigoraat
has been a matter of universal karwlsisys too
long to need sny such corroboration. The
fact that it has its largest scales m
tinente, Mexico, and the West Iatlss, la
which atmo-tpberic influences prejudicial to
health exists, proves what confidence la felt
in its remedial and protective virtuea. la lo
calities where fevers of an intermittent type
prevail, especially, it has come to be regarded
as an indispensable necessity.
him, and therefore he will obey the edicts
. I a a a w www
i tne oatq prescribing ooa v. were we
elected a delegate to the Convention , we
would be excommunicated before we
would take aucb an oath.. Will any man
Pinkuey, of Webster, of Ghoate aod
Brady a wort l:y rival of tha brightest
ornaments of live mother bar of England,
whose lawyers could make a parliamen
tary romauee of -the trial of Warren Has
tings and an essay on chivalnc justice of
that ot Queen Caroline. As Mr. Beach,
yesterday, with the grand eloqoeuee oi
simplicity and the magnetic effect of ear-
uestneaa, defended the fundamental theo
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FITTED WITH THE 5 ELY INVESTED
The Supreme Court has at last case is a conclusion which was almost inevita- we fronting on tnniss street, near Mansion nes of conservative Uhmtiauity, it needed
ble from the start of the trial. It wax simply
impossible to convict the Plymouth pastor in
.Brooklyn. 1 he uwue might have been doubt
ful anywhere else, but there, nnder the shadow
of the great church, it was not at all doubtful that
no jury could be got to unanimously bring him
in guilty of the offenses alleged against him.
The long-continued effort to force an agreement
was unprecedented. If it had succeeded simply
and legislative branches are merged in the by Urmg out me dissenting jurymen U would
-,,,.. , . ,, have had no moral value.
Court and It kills aud makes alive at The disagreement substantially proclaims
pleasure. But this has been the case that a man who so conducted himself Under a
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vuarga ui uwn j uuiicvs wm oevcuer um ior iour
years, unci who made SO poor a defence on the
trial, ooserves sat least to be attained with strong
decided the new charter act of Wilming
ton roid. Some of the points made by
the Court are extrajudicial and show that
Court to be, according to its own con
. . .a
traction ot the Constitution , the govern -
snt of North Carolina. The executive
ever since that Court has been established
nnder the present Yankee, bayonet en
forced constitution. This infamous doc
ument has been the mere foot-ball of the
Supreme Court. Nobody else's opinions
concerning it have been worth any thing
when they came in conflict with those of
the Court. It is the autocrat, the gov
em men t of North Carolina. Shall it con
tinue to be a law unto itself Or shall
tha people have something to say abont
what they mean by their laws f If there
was nothing else that required a Conven
tion of the people, the great and pressing
necessity of a radical change in our ju
dicial system would be sufficient: The
liberty, the life- and peace of the citixens
demand a change, and that speedily.
"there i no dissatisfaction with our
present Constitution on the part of the
farmers, mechanics and 1 iboring men of
tha State. It is only the grasping u.ite-
sbavers and hu.igry lawyers, with a few
Idle pot-house poliiiciaus, who are endeav
oring, ior selfish purposes, to create dis
conteut in the minds of the masses."
" Uhoe aafch the Radical Organ at Ral
cigh. If It realty believes iu own aaser-
tion it only shows how aufully blind the
Hfiu, or wish, can make a man. He is so
keenly. anxious to prevent a Convention
of the people, or else to secure the election
af a majority of radicals and make such
changes in the Constitution (indicated
by a member of the party in Rutherford
oounty) as will forever place it beyond
the power of tho people lo change it
' that be jumps to the conclusion that the
masses of the white people of the State ale
all on his sidel He believ$s it you j
eould'nt pound tt out of him with an iron
headed pestle if you had him in a mortar.
He would go to the stake and be fcufned
to oin Jars, swearing all the time that the
. "fat saere, mechanics aud laboring man of
the State'tsare opposed to a Con ven'jon.
The N. Y Observer recently published
story of soma Millerite negroes in Geor
gia, in 1842, who worked themselves ap
to the point of a firm belief that the world
Wctld come to an ead on a certain Son
day, proximo. The clay arrived, and one
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womau more emnottasuc than the rest
Tigged herself out in a fanciful dress, with
artificial wings, to which she expected
God to impart vitality and strength
euaactent to carry ner trorn earth to heav
en. She ascended to the top of an old
. .bonae and stood on the gable singing with
the' hundreds below, an ascension song
and as they were finishing the Ut line,
she h-aped out from the building, and fell
rith a heavy thump upon the debris
suspicion 01 guilt, un whatever theory you
explain his cowardice and deceit, the result is
fatal to his integrity as a man and destructive
of his power as a minister. Not the least of
manifold offences is his bearing and conduct
since the fight between him and Tilton came to
an issue. He plaved the buffoon, resorted to
theatrical tricks to exhibit indifference, joked
and jested, laughed and parried words as if it
was a mock trial and he a clown undergoing
circus justice in the presence of a, flippant
crowd. From these things alone Mr. Beecher'?
Character as a man of dignity and a serious
and conscientious minister has received a fatal
blow. Guilty or innocent, the mere fact he
was on trial in the most notorious case aver
brought before the American people, would
have saddened, sobered, and tempered almost
any other man, assuredly any other minister
The charge of adultery against him was the
worst that can be brought against a preacher
What more damning offeuce could be alleged
against a pastor than that by vile arte be bad
debauched the wife of his young disciple, her
self a child of his flock, and he, the seducer, a
man old and gray-headed, one who made the
bnrden of his sermons Christian manhood, and
held up as the exemplar of human conduct the
spotless Cubist !
It is ground for encouragement that Beecher.
on a defence so flimsy as his, was not able to
I . u r 1 j; -m i-
get mien iurm;ti viuuicauon as a ury veroici in
his ravor would have given him. The ovation
be would have received from his deluded fol
lowers would have been nauseating to inst aod
sensible men. In the end it would have reacted
against its hero ; but its occurrence would have
been an insult to truth and an outrage to reli
Though the case against Beecher was only
partially developed in court finder the restric
tions of the law, yet enough was brought out,
and the delence was, to say the least, sufficiently
unsatisfactory to make his acquittal impossible
.! V - t A
wiui mch Appreciating me vaiue 01 eviuence.
In truth, his only real defence was bis own de
niatotgnilt. The theory of conspiracy and
the tact 01 oiacg-mau were withdrawn by
Beecher himself, and were put out of the case by
J udge Neilson rand thus tne issue was between
Mr. Tilton. Mr. and Mrs. Moulton, Mr. Beech-
er'eewn letters, and his extraordinary conduct.
on the one side, and on the other the defendant's
House, on plans presented to the board.
Oq motion : Resolved, That the Mayor, be,
and he is hereby authorized to employ such
teams and laborers to work on the streets, dig
gravel &c., as in his judgement are necessary,
and the Board would further recommend that
work on the streets and other improvements
should be pushed vigorously.
Ordered , That the application of Mr. John
A. Snider, for a renewal of his license to ret nil
spiritous liquors at his old stand on Main St.,
he, and is hereby approved.
On motion, Commissioners, Mock and Snider
were appointed a committee to superintend
work on cemeteries.
Ordered, That the price for digging graves
will be for adults $5.00; foi children under U
years of age $3.00,
little effort of the imagination to picture
htm a great preacher in -the pulpit, an
American Massilfon or Bourdaloue."
There is no ease of Dyspepsia that Orson's
August Flower will not cure. Come to tha
Drug Store of Theo. F. Klutts and inquire
about it. If you suffer from Costivenesa, Sick
Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Liver
Complaint, or derangement of the System, try
it. Two or three doses will relieve you.
Boachee's German Syrup is now told in every
town and city in the Lnited States. We have
not less than five hundred letter from DraggiMa
saying it is the best medicine they ever sold
for Consumption, Throat or lane d
Sample bottle of either 10 cents, fiegular
The Masonic Journal.
Oats as a Mahu&e. A Kentucky
farmer writes as follows to the Now York
News on the subject ol oats as a manure :
i have seen frequent inquiries how to
reclaim old aud worn ont lauds. A quick
and cheap plan ia to sow the land in oats
as eat ly as yeo can 111 me opring ; as
soon as ripn pinw under, keep off all stock,
and you wUl . have a tremendous fall
growth of oats ; plow tbem under in Octo
her, or, if South, the first of November,
then sow rye, graxe in the Spring and
feed do wo ; when ripe plow under, and
you will see one of the finest rye fields
On motion, The application ofW.H, Kestler yon ever saw ; or if yon wish, sow clover on
for a renewal of his license to retail spiritons the rye the first Spring ; it is very r-fiVc-liouors
at his old stand on Iuniss street, was tual and cheap. I saw the above tried in
&DDroved. Tennessee when I was a boy ; tbe land
The following report from the Secretarv was 4 w8 worn oul lut the nets did not ex
then read; To the Mayor and Boaid of Com- knee high ;-they were plowed under
missioners of the Town of Salisbury. The un- TlV" auu "K,u WOTruiu"
dersigned having been instructed to examine
the Tax books from May 1st, 1870 to May 1st
1874, for the purpose of ascertaining the amount
of uncollected claims on said books, respectful
ly submit the following report : I find uncol
lected claims on tax book for the year ending
May 1, 1870 $226,50
M " 1871 280,51
M 1872 E53,ll
r M 1873 603,47
u u 1874 500,75
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an oju cuimney " 1
srken picked up, but it was only because
ahe had not had time to cool. The other
brothers and sisters who expected to see
her fro uv. slipped away to their homes
Af quit ly aa possible, and tbe preacher
..uf ta fPMpiriisw nt of the county to
jt.m.m- his life from the raare of bis deluded
followers. The story baa a moral that
may be of use sw those who believe tbe
people era opposed to a Convention, and
to tbem arc commend it
Tbe lard was
planted in corn the next year aud made a
large yield ; it was before tbe days of
clover. I have tried it repeatedly since
with good success."
I bis has baea tried here years ago
with tbe beet results.
Total amount uncollected claims, $1,844,34
P. B. KENNEDY,
The report was adopted.
On motion, ordered, that the Mayor employ
laborer's to cut down and destroy Ailantus
under growth, thistles, weeds, &c, on the streets
Tbe following claims were presented and
ordered to be paid, one bv
T M Earn hart, police service from June $28,00
eaials of guilt or of any impropriety whatever
presented in his dramatic testimony on the
witness stand. Could he expect a verdict of a
jury or the public in his favor with the balance
so strong against mm r n e nas rather reason
sk . 1 1 1 - 1 r . m. . . 1 . . 1 .
cowans nis gooa ionune mat tne jury in view
of his reputation, and the glamour of his pro
fession, and power ot his influential church.
aas noi juugeu mm as an orainare man.
The miscarriage of this trial will Drobablv
stave off, if not totally prevent, any judicial
settlement af the case. But can Mr. Beecher
continue to preach, and write the "Christ ? That
he will have the assurance to make the atteniDt.
1 .a a a j 1 a . '
tie nas aireaay oeciarea wi tn braaen defiance
of public sentiment. His church will, of course.
sustain him lor a while, if not to the end. But
the Christian conscience, the moral feelir.e. tha
opinion and sense of propriety of good men,
will sjwurdedlv be against him.
The foundation of Christianity is in the ideal
purity of tha life and doctrines of Jescs
OHRieT. Infidelity has never been able to as
sail that. . It appeals to the cold intellect of the
skeptic as well as to the enthusiasm of the de-
. t 1 ? . 1. . mm m . .
vout oeuever in ine saving emcacy 01 tne
Atonement. Thin ideal character of Christiani
ty, provoking to aspirations for heavenly ouri tv
of conduct and motive, is tha glory of Christ's
mm a a . mm I 7
reiurion. and makes it hrst amone the faiths
winch have met the needs and perceptions of
men since nrst tbe dependence of man oa a di
vine power was recognised by humanity.
The priest and teachers of Christian doctrine
are umatore rightly acid to tbe strictest ac
count as. to the chamfer. Kvtin in tbna
churches where the title to priestly functions
ormnsuon ana apostolic succession, the priest's
f Afinnofio rwf nkeeu I I J a .
0 W Pool,
YG Englehert, Sexton,
Silas Brown, cleaning Calaboose
Green Canble, for work on streets
W B Garmaa, u u
Wm Brandon, digging gravel
A W Owens, cleaning public well
Klutu Graham & Co., 7 i lbs. Rope
USURY LAw.-ri ne King papers are
full of plaitiiivw-fttorfes af the ruin wrought
by the -Usury, law. A gentleman from
Ashrville tells ne of the misery brought
by tbe law upon that town. The benev
olent gentleman who had been kindly
loaning money to their neighbora at Zh
per cent, per month, finding that their
schemes of charity were destroyed by the
law began to look about for their invent
merits! One has established a drug store,
others were improving real estate and in
vesting their loads in a way that was
giving a new impulse to business and
new life to the town. And that is the
sort of ruin the Usury law ia bringing
upon Asbeville, and tbat is the kind ot
ruin it will bring upou all our other towns
The kind hearted moeny lenders will
employ their capital in developing tho
resources of the country and ihetr iiing
organs will tell of ruin and misery brought
6.37 by the law. Itefcus have a little mora of
.uo that rnia and miserv.
TO TBE MASONIC FRATERNITY
IN NORTH CAROLINA AND
rr . m
1 ins is emphatically an age ol progress.
1 he world moves apace, but with ne, especially
of the 8oith, Alasonary Uuguhes, because
lacking a proper dissemination of ibone purs
principles peculiar to our old Order. Our
brf them of other more favored sections have
their periodical literature, and are bright, and
prospeions : we, too, should nourish aud blos
som as the rose.
There arc in the Sooth nearly 200,000
freemasons, sua rccogniung tbe imperative
need for a regular and permanent Organ pecu
liarly suited to the demands of this vast num
ber "who are linked together by an indiasolu-
ble chain of sincere affection," we have deter
mined 10 establish in the city of Greensboro, N.
WEEKLY MASONIC NEWSPAPER,
with the above name, such as tbe dignity and
advancement of the fraternity will approve.
1U l,iier.iture will be pure, and of the lushest
order; making the Jofknal a fit companion
for the moHt cultivated and refined, and a wel
come visitor lo anv household. Ia thin con
nection we have engaged the services of able
and popular writers whose hearts glow with a
fond desire for the perpetuity of the Ancient
Landmarks of our "Mystic Kites," and we will
spare neither labor nor expense to make the
paper a highly instructive and popular Familv
and Masonic visitor.
With a journalistic experience of several
years, and a determination to give all our time.
uuemano energy 10 me promotion 01 mis impor
tant enterprise, we hope to receive from our
Masonic brethren that liberal confidence and
support which, by an entire devotion to its
success, ws hope to merit.
It will be an eight page, thirty-two column
sheet, printed on good white paper, and furn
ished weekly at timlow price of $2 per year. The
first number will be issued on Wednesday, tbe
5th of September, 1875, and regularly on Wed
nesday of each week thereafter.
WmW All money should be sent by Check,
Post-office Order or Registered latter.
Hkv. E. A- Wi wok, Wilson A Baker,
(j IX), S. IUKER, Greensboro, N. C.
J& Until Sept. 1st address us at KravroK,
N.C ' - - 1
An ia van tion having a most important bearing on the future of Keatl
which lite quauuiv or voiuroe 01 " Vj
and tne quainy 01 woe mitv
tyul tt (sit if tie Bat Pipe Oram if tie San Capacity.
m 1 t . . m mi
Oar celebrated -Vox Celeate." "Voa Hamana. 'cow rswss . ,
5n. TmIu" or "Clarionet" Stops, "Uems 110m, ,
ALIa THE LATK lxiU-ttM ismiin 1 s
Can be obtained only in thane Orgsaa.
Quality and Volume of Tone Lneualled.
PEICE8, a60 TO 8500.
Factory and Warerooms, Cor. 6th and Congress Sta.
ESTABLISHED IN 1830. AOBWfl Waatad lat Be iff Oenty.
t Address GLOOCH & WAR JRAN
May 20, 1875. ly.
S AVIS IttOOTBY
SAVE LABOR, SAVE TIME BY USING THE
It wii run lighter. It will turn your land better, It will make yon better crops, It wU ss
yoa leas to kerp it iu orJtr, tlian any otber Plow you have ever need.
r one plow in ordinary lend far a Dollar. Whetae
We Will furnish yon Points one year f
The Board then adjourned to
last Friday in July.
m vr. :eM m,rt
Quick Passage to Li verpo ol
From a Liverpool paper pf recent date we
see that the new lumau steamer "City of
Berlin" on bereturn to Liverpool made ex
traordinary good time, the passage from
New York to Queen stowa requiring only
..Ue flona t sena k mi f.,H n.uiitlit naianloa
The Boston Poet says: Harinr eiven I frtnn rw n u7 iJv.nwJ
a detailed account of the political and so- f0rteen hure ftmy-eiaht minutes, this
cial condition ot Alabama, Mississippi, Utter ia said la be tha fastest time ever
P. B. KENNEDY.
C. B. C.
S StflC 1 1875.
yon pay your blacksmith to do ih- une on your old-fashioned Plow ?
We have just made a great reduction in Price t
All we ask of vou is. Try it, and tin-a if you don't like it bring, it be
be refunded to yeu.
WE WAItRAHT EVERY PLOW.
MERONEY & BRO.
8lmbary. N,C-Ap 1, lS7i-tf
of character hu ii hp maintain.
ed ia all aces. Even hi the worst days of tha
Chnrch, the reallv devout tmmht aMinat im.
morality of life as fetal to ministerial inflnence
and disgraceful to the church. In a chnrch
like the CfliigTeganwieJ, character is the first
and practically the only title to instruct from
the puwt. l he minister holds hU office by
reason owning una a lifefthat en-
Louisiana, and Arkansas, Mr. NordbofTs
a m. m . m . i - mi v ww i
last letter to tne ivow iora neraia sum
marisea hie observation in regard to these
four Suites. In all of them there has been
since 1866, great misgovern men t, mostly
by map who called themselves Republi
cans, but who were for the greater part
camp-followers, adventurers, eoldiera of
fortune, etc. Bat public robbery was not
the worst crime of this men who arose in
the nssjie of the Republican party to gor-
em the Southern States. The gravest
mm M - a mm . m-m
onense ot tne fctate governments was
their total neglect of tbe first duty of
rulers, to maintain tbe peace and execute
justice. ISordboBf believes that no North
ern man can aee Louisiana as it is to-day
without gaining a high respect for ita
white people. 'The State is to-day as fit
for self-government aa Ohio or Near York.
In none oi these four States is there 'any
desire for anew war, any boatility to the
Union, any even remote desire to re-enslave
tbe blacks, any hope or expectation
ef repealing any Constitutional amend
ment. Too color line be regards aa a
great calamity which must bo obliterated
before peace and prosperity will be raster
made. The following abstract from her
lug shows tbe remarkably last steaming ;
May 15th, 2.15 p. left the dock j May
16th, distance run 270 miles : May 17th. dis
tance run 333 miles, engines stopped thirty
minutes ; Ma 18th, distance run 334 wilea ;
May 10th, distance run 880 miles, engines
stopped twenty-five minutes ; May 20tb,
distance run 340 miles ; May 21st, distance
ruB 352 miles ; May kSd, distance run 360
miles ; May 23d. distance run 360 mites.
BBASQjNINCj BY A HORSE.
In a nt w ,Lpfk hj Rev. J, G. Wood.
showiaiWratewere af aaiinala,
he givetbe vallowiog as aa example : A
neighbor of mine possessed a young foal
which with bis mother used to pass our
house daily early in the morning, during
our breakfast time, aud bad a babit of stray
ing upon a piece or waste ground In front of
our house. My daughter, who ia very partial
to horses, used to run out aad offer the little
animal a oieee of bread. This want on
regular! v. until as laat. when he waa h
tween two aod three years old, he would
act wait for Aa bread, but aaed to go to the
door, plant his forefeet on the steps so aa to
gain sufficient elevation, aad then lift the
knocker with his none, afterward waiting for
the expected mortal.
120 Bags Coffee,
60 Barrels 8rtgar,
5000 lbs. Bacon, 8000 lbs. Lard,
2000 lbs. Beat Sugar Cared Hams,
80 Kegs Soda,
50 M Adamantine Candles,
Soap, 8000 lbs. Carolina Rica,
85 Gross Snuff, 85 Coils Cotton
40 doc. Painted Pails,
40 Boxes Assorted Candy.
100 Reams Wrapping Paawr.
A full line of Wood Willon ware,
full line of Boaas s Shoes (very
fau Mac or uau.
Pn.r. rt. Tidiupn - ! ralvaniaed ro soit the t .iste of pord
W .aaVHakN 5 -5 CaV 4
Br -mWm SV ijSVV; mw
mmW- ' AaaV ' ' mmt,
flfife fi5M mrni ft Mmmm 'M
Powders, Clear. Tobacco. Or oakery.
Tanners A Machine Oils, Ac , Ac.
Tbe above stock was bouaht since tha lata
heavy decline in prices, and is offered at Whole
sale Ketail at very snort proa la, sat ease..
June 3rd 1875.
HI NGU AM A 00.
1 BEAUTIFUL HIETALIC' GBAYI CQTlllH
fa npw nffdred to every one iutereated ia beautifying aad protecting the I1"'-
Aeir deceased rvlstivf.
They are made in tear sisea, with a Tariety of styles, ranging ha
le 860: oenrdirrg to sine and etyk. .Can be painted any color
galvanised ro enit the taste f parchaaera. A galvanised plate, c
tnwrlun nariios nsirr. is f iroished wiln esren moona jrzx or
THIS HANOSaWE DECORATION k
sch prices ne u plac it within reach of all. Wa ineue taw
a a ssaa aw
No. 1. Heavy plow Shoes at $180 worth 8800.
- ' 'Women Shoes at f 125" 180 A 175,
Ladies Embroidered Slippers at 10 worth 160,
Ladles Slippers at 1 15 worth 17b,
Ladies Croquet 81ippers at 415 worth ftW,
Ladies Cloth Gaiters at S 175 worU
Ladies Cloth Oaitars at $yJS worth
A larxo lot of Children Shoes rerv
BI50SAJT1 f .
ai scn i
and public geaerally lo call aud rsasaice for tbemselvea.
bp. cimen can be teun at J. A. Ramay a omce.
r BT VT "D-D
mv mm x 1 m
SaUuburf, N. C Aaw. , lTr
Horner and Grave's School,
Tke fall sewuoo of 1875 epens on the fourth
Monday in July.
' 'Catalogue sent on application.
FOB 8 ALE.
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