a a mm i i ii r a , , : - i -
1 1 i i 1
CreueralUeo. E. Pickett, of Getty abaig
notoriety, k dead. lie was a true and
gallant Soothcoa and noble man.
gjjjT Andrew Johnson dead. He
died in Carter county, Tenn., last Satur
day morning. Be waa attacked witb
parelyaia and rank rapidly to the boar of
bis death. He will occupy ip history a
prominent poaitioo amoog the great men
We an informed that tbo Orange meet
log at Rowan Milts, Thursday, waa a
very pleasant one to all. Nearly five
hundred peraons were present: Speeches
were made by Mr. If ilia, tbo head of the
order In thin State; also CapU Crawford.
The dinner was fine and plentiful. Every
thing paaaed off orderly and well.
Jl van oar purpose to be present, but
the time slipped by "uubeknoweust."
3T Bail Road or no Rail Road, there
4s one thing tbat deserves honorable men
lion : it is the noble effort pat forth by
1 P. N. Heilig, J. W. Money,Eor.,
andMr.Theo. F. Kluitz, iu behalf oi
ihe Road. These gentlemen all did good
service, and their ability, courteous bear
inc. and honesty of purpose have been
recognized and appreciated by the people.
They will never regret the action tbey
have taken. But the demogugues, the
time-servers, and fence-riders, wlio were
Railroad men with Railroad men and op
poeed to it when with those opposed to
ft, will live to be despised.
It ia of course yet uncertain as to what
the result of the election to-day will be
but after a careful survey of the field, we
feel confident, as we have felt all tb
time, tbat tne people will rise np ana put
the seal of their condemnation npon rotten
Radical ism, Civil Rights, and corruption
in office so far as North Carolina if con
sented. We know that there is much
S tend with every where; tbat the blun
ders of a weak Legislature have been
great obstacles in the way, but we have
faith in the people, and we believe tb
they, notwithstanding the inexcusable ard
foolish action of a weak and timid leg
islature, will proclaim to-day in favor of
Constitutional reform, and of good and
aheap government in the Old North State.
We believe for tbe Democrats of
Koth Carolina that the bright and beau
tsfnt sou of this morning was ube sun of
Auaterlitx," and that it will go down upon
nwr people this evening leaving them puri
fied, disenthralled, and redeemed. If these
SwatWituifts are correct, as we hope and
trust they may turn ou! to be, tbe election
of totdaj will mark an epoch in North
Carolina, from which wiU date the begin
ning of a new era of prosperity for onr
people. If it should turn out otherwise
if Radicalism should triumph, we
should not become dispirited, but eontin
ae to straggle on for the right and for
the sueceaa of Pemoeralie principles until
we achieve the victory. The right will
triumph in (be end.
unless we knew positively tbat they were
unworthy. We deeply regret that there
thoeld hays been any aucb difference of
honest opinion as to produce the result
which wo apprehend. Tbe defeat of a
measure which to so many seemed tbe
only chance to place onr county end Town
under protection from souliesa corpora-
. - a - " 1 r M
ttops may oe a calamity oc no stoau
magnitude. Whet will he the effect of it
cannot yet be definitely known, and can
only be made to appear by actual demon
stration. For ourselves we shall most
heartily rejoice at the superior foresight
and wisdom oi those who ssyed us from
tbe expense oi a heavy job, if it shall tn
deed be shown that wisdom was with
them. Ou the contrary, if it shall weak-
. -a? e fan -
en tne springs or lnanstry, traoe ana
enterprise, we shall pity those whose self
conceit was potent for the accomplishment
of more evil than their wisdom and power
is able to avert. t
We will take this occasionto bring to
tbe attention of the black -man the com
plete bondage in which be permits himself
to be held by the Radical party. This
Railroad question bed uo thing to do with
soy other question in this election. Not
the least connection witb Convention or
anything else. And it was one in which
tbe black man bad the most direct and
immediate interest of any other ; for if it
had passed it would have given to many
of them profitable work, and could have
done them no barm at all. For as to the
taxes, they would never have felt them,
having little or no property to be taxed.
And yet in the faee of all this they were
led almost in solid body against the Rail
raod led against their owu interest
driven, we may say, like sheep to tbe
shambles, kept in a body to be used
for party put poses hereafter, and when
ever needed to promote the vilely selfish
purposes of those who could never other
wise reach a respectable position.
the above was put in type, to wit :
7 o'clock last evening, the most extraor
dinary change has taken place in the
Railroad prospects. Tbe Radical leaders
who have opposed a county subscription,
and were leading their colored cohorts
against it, suddenly and most unex
pectedly turned over and accepted the
proposed scheme, and went tb work im
mediately by word and deed, to undo the
work of opposition they bad previously
When will marvels cease !
tbo attacking party of savage,
agreed that the emirraats should
dr thanr arms and other property, and
return by the road they came. The
Mormons on their port promised to guard
and protect tbe party until they should
reach the settlements.
Havinr ariviun uo their arms, tbe emi
grants left their wagons end stoek and
started northward on foot. The women
end children were in front, tbe men fol
lowed, and io tbe rear was a guard of
tarty Mormons. Hardly had this sorrow
fol nroeeesioo started on its war when a
fire was poured Into them from an ambush,
followed by an attack from tbe Mormons
in the rear, and in a few minutes one
hundred and twenty men, women and
From tbe New York Sun.
Mountain Meadow Massacre.
children lay slaughtered npon the ground
Seven.teeu of the youngest children were
saved and adopted by Mormon families,
and it is said that three men eseaped im
mediate death. But one of these was
afterward murdered by the Ind'ans ; an
other starved to death, and the third killed
upon tbe Colorado, though by whom it is
The evidenee produced in the pending
trial goes to show that tbis account of the
massacre is substantially correct. Phillip
K. Smith, one of tbe defendants, who w as
Mormon Bishop at the time of the meea
ere. appeared as State' evidence, and
gave a full description of the slaughter,
with all its horrible details, as well as an
account of the deliberations among the
Mormon leaders which preceeded tbe
butchery, in which, against his will, ss he
says he was forced toV participate. The
massacre was resolved ou by Mormou
bishops and councillors, Lee and W H.
Dame being among the moat conspicuous
in planning and executing the crime
The description which Smith gives of the
slaughter fully confirms all that has here
tofore been reported of its barbarous char
While the general facts of the Moun-
ma a mar a - n
tain jneaaow Massacre bating long Been
admitted, it has been contended by the
Mormons and their defenders that Brigbatn
Young knew nothing about it; w hilt? on the
other band, it has beeu vehemently asser
ted tbat it was accomplished by his ex
press command. It is certain that a large
portion of the Mormons living in the
Territory at the time of the murders were
greatly shocked when they became
known, and the general impression among
unpreiudieed perao..s has been that th
act was committed without the knowledge
of Young, who, it wai thought, was cer
tainly too shrewd a man to conutenance
such atrocious treachery and cruelty to
innocent women and children. The evi
denee of Smith, however, if it ia to be
credited, proves tbat Brigham Young was
at least an accessory after the fact, tor he
distinctly swears that in company with
Lee and another man, he called ou Young
in Salt Lake City, Lee having previously
reported the facts iu full, and received,
from him i is true tin us aa to the disposition
of the property captured from tbe mur
dered emigrants, and at the asms time a
warning agaiust talking about ths affair,
even among themselves.
In 1859, Judge Cradlebaugb, a Federal
Judge appointed by Buchanan, attempted
to bring ihe perpetrators of tbis horrible
crime to justice, but tailed. It is doubted
beiber tbe present trial will result in the
Stx-waut ik His Sxonn Btawarf
runs bis store on the detective system.
Each man feela that he is under the eye
of some one that bo is watched and no
one disguises the annoyance this fact
gives him. I was in the store, one day,
and in conversation with aa employee
It was not n busy time, end all the hands
seossod to be laying off. Some lounged,
some leaned, one or two sat at the boxes
In a moment tbe scene in the store chan
ged ; all came to "attention," sharp. No
one was seen no one spoke. Each
man was erect ; the loungers came to their
feet; there was not an idler in tbe store.
In a moment Stewart came in from his
little coupe on the curbstone: He spoke
to no one, bowed to uo one, seemed to
recognise no one. He gave a sharp
glance right and left, and went up stairs.
Did yon see tbat glancel said tne clerk;
he saw ovrrv one of us, and could tell
hat each one was doing. While Stew
art remained not a man "laid off." New
York Letter. .
Strange Story of an Unfortunate
The outrage ou the Wife of CoUmti Mot
fit as) New York-Her Escape from tag
A Walking Pincushion.
From the Baltimore Sun.
A curious story is told of Gen. C. A
Evans of Augusta. Ga. At the battle of
mouoeaey, Md.j abtlc leading bis brigade
in battle, be Bras struck in the left side by
a minie ball. Tbe ball paused through
hie arm, and thence through bis body.
In phi ugh tug through his coat pocket
tore through a paper of pins, burying
some of tbetn in bis fleab. For the paat
few months he has been troubled with
pain about a font and a half from tbe
wound. A week or two since a bump
about aa large, aa a pigeon vsm was raised
on tbe spot where tbe pain was moat so
vere. A few days ego three or f ur pi ns
worked out of this bump, sn4 it dieap
peered at once I bus tor eleven years
Mr. Evana has been a walking piucusb
Plowing Young Orchards.
This ia generally a very delicate and
tedious task. In tbe effort to plow as
eloaely aa poeaible so as to lessen tbe
work of epadinr, we are apt to ret too
close snd inar the trees with the wbiffl
tree or yoke. To avoid this 1 bave adop
ted the following plan: Hitch tbe team
to s front bob lit igb, then lasb s stick
across, letting it pmjeer eighteen inches
on tbe near side; attach tbe plow to tbe
end of this; one runner will follow tbe
near horse in tbe furrow; tbe plow can
theu be perfectly controlled, snd I can
plow every inch of tbe ground without
maiming a single tree. The dirt is then
spaded back to each tree. In an orchard
of 1,000 trees this saves an immense
amount of labor. Any person eau a ijust
tbe stick to suit himself. Of course tbe
draught will be slightly increased, bnt
there will be no barking of trees.
MRS. JOSEPHINE i. NBAYB.
will be ia Salisbury about the masals Bap-
ad will be Dleasad to recurve pP
THE YADKIN RAILROAD.
Tbe trial of John D. Lee in Beaver,
Utah, for participation in the Mountain
Meadow massacre of 1857, piomises to ni i aa aA u;, .:
4 t i j 1 1 km i ul v in u ma annwLiaicn. Bullae
-.1 mi z -
eight of tbe lurors are Mormons ; while it
is said that some of them are near rela
tives of persons who are deeply implica
ted in the murders.
. Before this paper shall have reached
most of onr readers, the election will have
passed, and ths questions involved In it,
settled. To us of Rowan, the Yadkin
fUUrond scheme possessed a loeal interest
of no small importance. Many of otfr
people looked on it as essential to tbe pros
perity of tbe county and Town. They
willing In be taxed all that might be
to grade it j and tbey believe
the Rend would hsvs resulted to the in
dividual benefit of property holders bad
.ft ft- A . f ' M V
we scpeme met universal ravor. it is
possible, even probable, that the stock of
the county, had the people voted "sub
acription," would uot be of much value;
on. wai as a reason wny we snouid not
have the road is sbout as strong against
the roads we bave as against tbe one pro
poeed. The original stock of none of onr
gonis is worth much. Tbat of the Wes
tern is a total loss. If, therefore, this is
In become a reason for rejecting railroad
schemes in the future, we bave done
building railroads for the public benefit ;
and all tbe schemes that shall hereafter
fte proposed will ho devised, not with ref
erence to the public good, but with a view
to erhxd the public. They will probably
he built by lbs heavy moneyed monopo-
Jies for the purpose of securing advantages
to themselves without the slightest regard
to the interest of the section through
bkb they may pass. The people will
hare no voice in the control of them ; and
possibly, after a while, will be compelled
SB) snbmit to their exactions, however
ajanpns they may be. The original idea
of a Bute system, uudcr tbe control of tbe
Itffiimi the State, will be lost ; and
she dominion d tbo money power In the
'ortb, will auua jus able to prescribe
rules to which the people bore will have
yield obedience, whether pleasing
peat or not.
Tr pae no reproaches to utter against
those fsadtog and iufluen ti J men amongst
as who fed H to he their duty to oppose
a untmnw Mbmrtytton to ths Y ad his Hand
Vs ua v willing to 4 witb thai? motim
bave one good result, if no other. The
judicial investigation will afford the pee
pie an opportunity to learn from authentic
testimony tbe true history of that revolt
ing outrage. -
Tbe tragedy occurred at a time of great
excitement in si tab. briebam loonr I -n a i .i tt.,, L
... thn finmr A th. T Wl W DWUU bUS ASJlXeSSpOTt
--mr 'has w v MWB ro WUV A VI S B SVI J SnSSS
likewise Superintendent of ludian Affairs.
m w i, I df M m a a
bavine received his annointment to thone uantain Boy ton, in compliance witu
offices from President Fillmore, tbonch tne invitation of tbe International Marl
Alfred Cummine. with a commission in I time Exhabition in Paris, has consented
his pocket from President Buchanan, waa U K9 o' to France with the Lrd May-
on his wsy to supersede bim as Governor, or 01 London's party on the 12th August,
accompanied by a military force of about aid will swim in bis safety dress op the
three thousand men, under the command Knyne ana Jjanuue. lie also proposes
of Col. Albert Sidney Johnston, to en- to swim across tbe Hellesport without
force bis claims. There bad been great " safety dress, a feat performed by
turbulence in Utah : numerous outrages Lord Byron. "In tbe second canto of
on emigrants by persons in the guise of Dn Juan Byron seys of his hero:
Indians bsd been ascribed to tbe Mor
mons : and tbe Gentile Judges of the
Federal Courts bad left the Territory.
which iu fact was in a state of rebellion.
Tbe question of armed resistance to tbe
troops was seriously discussed, though
subsequently tbis idea was abandoned.
A better swimmer you could see never,
He could, perhaps, bave creased tbe Heller
port. As once (a (cat on which our-eelves wi
Leander, Mr. Ekenhead, and I did.
"Giva him a Cold Potato and Let
Him Go. '
Lieutenant John L. B iUVy, of this city
went do w n to Union county , last Saturday
to enlighten the native, aud we hear from
a Union gentleman that tbe people down
there played a little prank on him which
wilt probably bsvo a tendency to cast a
wet blanket, aa it were, over bis anti Con
vention seal. Tbe Lieutenant is only 22
years of age, snd bis appearance would
not indicate that he had passed bis 18th
summer. He waa billed to speak at
Wolfeeville, 12 mile from Monroe, and
a goodly crowd bad assembled to bear
"words of truth and soberness." Among
the crowd who bsd assembled to bo ad
vised as to bow tbey should vote in tbe
coming election, were many old farmers
disciples of the great lights of the 8 la te
rn en who had sst st the feet of Graham
and Reid, and Gaston and Morebead and
Kuffin, as Paul sat. at the feet of Gamaliel;
and when they saw this adolescent Rad
ical sprig, these old fellows bought bim
some candy and chewing gum, and giviur
it to him, said, "There now, aonny; that'll
do, run along home like a good b-M !"'
and Johnnie came along home and we
notice that he ain't billed tc make an v
more speeches . Char. Observer.
Riw Tons. Jalv ft. The wo
who was outraged Tuesday night ou tbe
ngboat Mike Norton is about 28 year
old, shabbily dressed, bat of rtflaiBBl and
delicate appearance, obe told the police
captain that her name wan Louise Men-it,
tbe wife of Col. Merrit, of the army, and
that about three weeks sso sbe made her
A LUBATIC ASYLUM N'SAR WASHINGTON,
called St. Elisabeth's Asylum, but better
(.own as the Government Hoapi'al lor
the insane. Sire bad become confined
mere ny tier nuMoano, sue sain, a year
ago last September, in order to break ber
of the habit of eating morphine si tbe
time mentioned. Sbe managed to make
her escape through a bole in tbe wall.
and went to Alexandria, Virginia, on foot;
from there she went to Baltimore, and
thence to Philadelphia, where she remain
ed some days. 8 be then sold a heavy
gold ring she bad iu her possession, and
procured a few necessary articles of cloth
iug. She saw hi tbe Philidelpbia news
papers tbat Detective McDevitt, of Wash
ington, was in tbe city and fearing that
be might be looking for her determined
go away at once. Obe therefore took the
tram for Jersey City, where sbe arrived
on Tuesday morning. Honing to 6nd a
situation, sbe looked over tbe advertise-
mem in the daily papers, and saw thai
a stewardess was needed ou a steamer
and she came to New York to apply for
the position. She lost her wsy during
i be day, and at last when sbe attempted
to return to Jersey City,
and wandered aimlessly about. Near II
o'clock at night she found herself in
Sooth street, aud while standing ou a
corner was approached by a man wbo
asked her what she was doing there. She
told hint her story and he said he waa
agent of the vessel she waa looking for,
and told ber be would take her on board.
She tben went with bim to tbe tag Mike
Norton snd entered tbe cabin with him.
After she had been there a short time
four other men made their appearance.
THE ASSAULT WAS MADS.
1 he moment she effected her escape sbe
sought tbe protection of tbe first patrolman
she met, who took ber to tbe police station.
It waa with greas difficulty tbat tbe po-.
lice captain could get ber to tell ber story,
-L IJ L . t JtJ .
aa aue saiu mai sue uia not want uer
troubles to be made public, and that all
sbe desired waa to be allowed to go away
in safety. She bad appealed to the
officer for protection only. A ball doseu
coarse cottou haukercbiefs found in ber
possession are marked "(J. E. Waldron."
I ..nnt...t ( . i.: i : .i
- ' . W.VlfUllkVU IWI ill 115 I J HJIUK Wiai
sbe bought them iu Philadelphia, and had
tli-'tu so marked bacause she pmpoeod to
take that name, as abe had a brother in
law by tbe name of Charles . Waldroo
in B ifton. Besides the bankercheif
Charlotte Mite for Ymu Ladies.
ttaVD. 8. Tatlob
Havin removes' my Behest bVss
and leased tbe Charlotte Imtiiuie (or a t
jeans I !' open the Iostuuta tor tbe
of popila US. 1st lea.
A fall corns of experienced aud
teachers will b employed. For other
a TAYLOR MARTIN,
T1IIITY COUEBE XT
Pell FasaltT : aieaa Si
High Pots wa the c IbbUw
ibyL A swaslaa fa ,ntl fa, all rV W
GREENS BO BO FEMALFfT
Tbe Finn ot MeCubbina, Baa 1 1 A J alien
waa diaulvad by mutual iu nasal an' the lock
July, 1876. All persona indebted to -aid trm
are requested to eoflBO forward end settle as
early aa poeaible, aa wo see very aaxkwa to get
all tbe biwioeas of tbe old arm cloaca i
The bneineai will be eootiuoed by 1
MeCubbina, Thos. B. Beall and John W
under the firm style of MeCwbbieau Beall 4
Dean, ebo will be dad to sell to their
frientia and tbe public genera I ly at tka old atand I
No. I Granate Row, where a sjood stock of
lust such food aa the peopfe waet can always
be Bound and will be aobj low for cawh or barter.
J. SAMUEL Met UBBINR,
T. & BE ALU
D. K. JULIAW.
Aug. 6, 187 5
The anderaijrned beg leave to return thanks
to hi many friend for the patrongea o liber
al It bestowed on him in tbe past, and in re
tiring from the mercantile boat new would aat
that having been associated with Maaara. Me
Cubbina A Beall tor over three yearn, and havine
found them to be gentlemen of high character
and biuinet qualification, be takea pleeanre in
recommending them to kia friend as aafa assd
net dealing. D. R JULIAN.
COTTON SAW GIN.
Chmrfeeper Ssasipa s 10 onafo '
Board (etelaaive of wabtag A- bafct -Tuition
in regular Bagnak saastsai
For Catalogue- ataiij
teT. M. Joss. Pteassnut -"f
J ana I?tk.-taaoa. aa. Tt
TilE GREAT CKNTArBfjtTf:
Chesapeake and Ohio E !
JI NK. IS.
TRAINS RUN' AS P0LL0WS. '
try, with aa iaaprov-
to amy other Gin.
Eqaal to any in tbo
ed cotton roll a
J. M. ELLIOTT.
Winnaboro, S. C.
Reference : W. R Cregbt, R. &. Agt., and
Mai. F. W. Woodward.
July 16, 1876 taao saL
ran daily ease
a m w
ciaaa and Eaaigraat ticketa far mum
QUASiTr or horphuib
waa found in one of her pocketa, and the
police captain saya be thinks she was un
der its influence st the time she waa
brought into tbe sUtioo. lie seys that
ber maimer and language indicated that
sbe iaa refined aud cultivated ladj, though
evidently Buffering from tbe exeeaivo nee
of morphine. A medieal examination
disclosed the fact tbat she has two severe
wounds on ber srm. Tbe two men or
rested on tbe charge of complicity io the
affair have been committed.
The "Lost Cause.'
There have been mountains of nonsense,
written and spoken, on tbe subject of
"the lost cause," aa the fail ure to defend
Soui hem civilisation is eailed. 'The aim
The actual distance is not above a mile.
During this period of excitement, name- but the rapid current renders it hazardous.
ly, in August, l87, a large train ot emt- Lieutenant Ekenbead, wbo was Byron's
grants on tbeir wsy to California reached companion on this occasion, swam across
Salt Lake City. It wa the finest train n one hour and five minute; Byron onk pa w a, snnth tWft
that kd Ataa aftt.i.J iL AU&ut.uJ I ft OS MSIlinlaa mtaa Knf U.t1 il Kam I . I - 1
v. w V- UHVIUUI sA kllC U CI ICS II la " v-v a.uw " i ln, .,,l,ua IriO mu nr It uann t-i .-a I i
route. oeverai eiecaui carnages were ciwbskws uav ueiore. wniy wnr ,K l- MM( tl,o -..r-,;..
among the vehicles for the seeommoda. person, besides the trmiiuonsry Lesnder gutet d in iarrender of
ah . L I. J.. . I I . -. . j a. 1 1 aaaaalMW , x I , . 4. U . . I
uuu ui lauici ui iiie party, ano inere were y 00 wo ioc iair ucru, were
many woman and children mthetrtan. It known up to 1821 to have swam across
is said that tbe finest ot these carriages the Hellesport. Theee. Byron says io
S W aa m mm I S. ."V a
was tor years arterwara used by a tamtly one or ins tetters, were "a Neapolitan, a
of Mormons. After laying in their son- I young Jew, Mr Ekenhead, and myself.'
Ljttcn in nun i iHHt- ijilv. liiih nuriv nrn. uuiiriunriiuiK iiiLfBrtBHL linn uwii pic in nv . . i ,
I ' J K 7 K " w - " ' - w, t u it m fti.srmiid UI 1 1 l iiiaIi a
I I fa . .1 , . " "
ceeoea toward uaiitornia, and tbat was le annouueemeut ot uaptain Boyton s frotl
tbe Isst tbat was know of them .fori intention to pass in this manner from Eu
. - l
a long time. It was fully a year before rope to Asia." Whig.
any of their friends received the least in
timation of their fate.
fill 1 3 3 -1 . S r-i a t i
i thr niinnrsn n pi rrnm s-i r ono
- --- uw aawasw Bwrsa-aw s instvg
oq the road to Los Angelos, California's
endow five miles in length by one in
bread Ui, witb a very -tine
Thirteen Black Dogs.
From the Troy Preai.
Last evening nineteen beef cattle came e awful ruin bough t on tbe South ,
Southern armies. Tbey could not submit
to Lincoln's election, of course, but tbey
should bass left 4 bridge between them
selves and the sane av-n of tbe North,
a t 1 i a a aw
and more vital sun. tuey suoold never
foe in their
What wese the total annihilation
ot lee s and Jotintoti a armias, in view
of tbe stupendous martyrdom of sis mil
lions of people eince ? Indeed, the imme
diate martyrdom of Lee s eighteen thou
aud half starved and worn out victims
would bave saved the land not only from
"CrjTTiVG a. Dido." This is a oh rase
older than most people imagine. Do you
call to mind tbo story of Dido, Princes of
Tyre 1 Her husband, Acerbm, priest of
Hercules wa murdered for hi wealth by
the King of Pygmalion, brother to Dido.
Tbe widowed princess wa ensbled 10 es
cape frotn lyre, bearing with her tbe
wealth of ber husband, and aceompauied
by a number ot disaffected nobles.
After s vsriety of adventures tbev
landed upon the coast of Africa where
Dido bargained with natives for ss much
land aa she could inclose in s bull' bide.
Selecting s large tough bide, be caoeed
it to be eut into tLe smallest pocsible
thread, with which she enclosed a large
tract of country, 00 which the eity ol
Carthage coon began to rive.
Tbe natives were bound by the letter
of their bargain, and allowed the cunning
queen to bave her own way ; and after
that, when any ooe played off a sharp
trick, tbey said bad he MeutaDido.M That
waa almost three thousand years ago, and
the saying ha come down tn our day.
To Ike Sorth Carolina Gold Amalgamating
Coat pa ny, the North Carolina Ore lra ing
Coai pan 7, foreign corporation and WO I iaa
A. Coit, a noo-reasoeot, von are
that th following wmmooT baa
against rarajif jim via:
ROWAN COUNTY IN THE SUPERIOR
Amos Ho was PI iff.
Tb North Carolina Gold Asaal-
S mating Company, the North
rolina Ore Drewdng Company
aud William A. Coit, Defendant
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
To (As Sheriff of Rowan CWsAy OratO ay.
Too are hereby commanded 10 Semasoo The
North Carolina (told Amalgamating Company,
The North Carolina Ore IrcaatBg Company
snd William A. Coit the Defendant abov
named, if to be found within vonr county, to be
and appear before th JUDGE OF Ol'R SU
PERIOR COURT, to be keid far tbe County
of Pwan, at tit Conrt Hooae in KIiHnrr. no
the oth Monday after the 3d klondav ol txpt.
1875, and anawer the complaint whieh will be
depoaited in the office of tboCLEKK OF THE
SUPERIOR COURT, of atd County, within
the Brat three daya of the next term thereof,
aud let the said IVfendanta take notice that if
they fail to anawer th said complaint within
tbe lime praacribed by law. the Plaiatifl will
apply to the Court for the relief maaded ia
Hereof fail not, and of this
Gieeti under my hand and the seal of
Court, this 4th day of August, 1875
J. M. HORAH,
Clark of the Superior Court of Rowaa County.
SUPER. OK COURT ROWAN COUNTY.
Jons Watts, Plaintiff
" Stan 11 g tea.
" 8t Loui.
all throuch taaaot osacca at lowmt
Emigrant go oe Kxprcea train.
KoiiikI rnpTtcfceia; to tW
l.wet Kmght Kate made by
ror Jniormaii or limits c app y
For Rate Band informal ton a u Ewnu.ua
J c Da mi
A J fmt Gmaiin JT t
tyEMIGBAST8GO ON LXPkLSI
J C. DAME.Sa.Aat.
C R HOWARD, G. T. A
W. M. 8. DUNN.Supc
Piedmont Air Linn Enilvsy
tichmostd dt DanriUe. m k
Danrill R. W ., M. C IhTigkBi,
norm western m. m. jl. w.
s aad after Wed my Jawt
OOI XJ NORTH
Laae t kartotte .... S r a US as
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arrtrr at RickmsnA Stirs lT -
a w e a m a m k
ing Company. Drfcdant.
STATE Or NOHTU CAROLINA,
To tie Sheriff of Rowaa CWatg, Gnetimj :
Too are hereby nmroandeI in the name of the
Bute to Summon the Nonh Carolina Ore
ing Company. Defendant, in the ahoee action,
to sppear at lbs neat Term of th Superior
Court of the Counly of Rowaa, at the Court
Hooae in Saliabory, on the Oth Monday after
tbe 3rd Monday in September neat thee and
there to answer the ootuplaiut of Joan Wait,
rMamtiff ia this ami. And yea sr further
commanded to notify the mid Defendant that
if ha fail to answer th complaint within the
time apecified by law, the Plaintiff will apple
ror ine reiui aemanoeo is lite Complaint ai
for all cocU and chargea in thi anil incurred.
Witness, 4. SI- norm, Uerk of owr mad
OmtrL at office, ia iShnmara. Uum ikt Sad aba of
Jm, A. D. 1875.
J. M HORAH,
Clerk Superior Court Rouaa Countr.
uly 15, ::-ow.
spnug at one . - ,k- ; ... u u .
eud, Wording an excellent "camping I er the covered bridge from Wet Troy. I -r"::"
ground.-flere tbe emigrsnt party en- The, -were iu eb.rge of two boys and Kfcselo mlatake; which, if Mr. Davis'
esmoed IU order to reernit their aSeadk hav IC A j el. . . V ' ......
e . . ,7 7 r u"6 uls "UWOTUi w baa reacrjed the trat s-Miaaissippi armies
nro euienog upon wnai was eailOO IDS Oiem waJUee TKo K- - ..t i.h . La .1,;. n. h. k
firpat llfiaart mnA harm t ,U i J J" , -- T ' "
,u . WVUW Wl I I M,.m M . . fA. . L. nM fM .k. .....
c .1, . I. i mm lung bucks sioien irom a inmner i i - "ct
g.p-.w.np.we. ! - - J r-altv Dnd.ratd t!,a Abolition nwa,
Anmnlinff tn th Mnminn -nnf rl i Due. as tne nroceeaion entered Kinr I . . ... r -i
.""r .-T- TT . a y -r - . s J 7a r. DavU did so, snd would bave secar
STSgg! T.-W T mmjs wmn guarantees before dumrming.s
h.d - Tk" " "i eiBTieo wier coanir7 ao. Book.
snd tbey halted. The ten visiting dogs
were black , snd three of tbe couu try dogs PREVENTION OP SCARLET FEVER.
had been set upon tbetn by Mormons, and
by Marmons dtsguisbed aa Indians,
and ten or twelve men were killed before
n a . . i a a mm wi s 1 t i . , .
any one unaersiooa tuey were in daneer. wc,c w uicu maae exactly a baker's tu. ... .u:. j.j
TU. rem.md.r ol .b, p.rty oo id I doa bUck d.j.. Tb.y kicM p n fal di, "rrly f.".k iu pP.."
a.uw, mutucu lucuiinvw oeuinu imnroiiiDta fi? it n Knt . A. at tbis seasun of ihn vear. we feel that we
their wagon, and prepared for a deter- whi h -ipm , M. . , cannot do onr readers a better service than
mined resistance. For a week, with their 4 with one to t. foHowinir Btivc com muni-
women and children lying io tbe trenches accord bowed down their wends snd eated some time snu to the Baltimore Sen ;
they had dag, the emigrants maintained advanced on the quarrelsome canines ,be prescription was put up by various
their position and kept their enemies at A short, quick , upward ierk of the beeves drFUu
bae. Tben the Mormons resolved ou necks, and th J! 7??", b th7ttimony of every one of them that
TT' wnreo party, inosing u tne sir. Borne came down on tbeir this prescription was followed. Dr. Char
bo ma ia a graduate of tbe Universur of
up tne meadow, saw a wagou full of white
ins; toward them.
backs, some ou their aidaa imm m ih
uwnds. One dog landed on i an awning Paris, snd one of the
proved to be John D. Lee and other Mor-fand rolled off like a keg of Laaal souse mplished physicians
moo dignitaries, who offered to mediate into a tab i.f w.tr -l- . lv u.j genthimsn of onr cit
Witb tbe Indians. Aa the M ormona and beam hnihU. t rraL J7TT aT -Extract of bel
Indians worn known tn on on
the offer was gladly sceeotad.
Lee and big associates bad eeoferred with
into a tab a
, and each cur crawled or leaped
Give two or three
drop lor every year oi
tea drops will be th
ladonua, too grains; efn-
ounoe : alcohol, ten droo.
times, day. Dose-on.
r the age ofth chiht ; J
Purify the Springs of Life.
It ia a itas qua noa of health, that th.
of ri tali it. the "springs of life," ahould be free
from contamination. Th. fluid, which, by
their action upon the food, tranaaorma it into
blood, and lbs great vital natrlent itself, moat
be pure, if tbe moaclea, ths bona and the brain
a a a a . a
are to oe properly nouiianen snu kept vigor
ous. To this end the stomach, tb. liver, the
bowels and the kidneys should perform unin
terruptedly their variona functions, since if
these are diaturbsd ths vital fluids apeedilv
become rtuateu. ins beat, nay, the OSLT
blood deporent which purines them, by
. t S a Sea a a . a . . .
coming inos oouuy irregularities wblcn pro
duce them, is Hcatstter'a Stomach Bitters.
The principle upon whieh thi salutary altsr-
ativ acta la aa simple aa it ia philosophic Tbe
origin of most dlasss, and invariably tbo.
which affect the organs above mentioned.
weakneea, eaoasd by insufficient saaimilatioo of
th. food. The Bitters apcwdily rectify the
of the difficulty by restoring rigorous digestion,
. i 1 - m . . . . f .
so mai an pari oi tne pnyaicai structure are
supplied with an abundance of pure, rich blood
This increases tbo activity of tbe dJaobargiag
organ, snd enables them to throw oft tbe effete
matter, which, rankling in the
health. This bodily refuse having boon got rid
of, and perfect aaaim 11 alii
is nothing to prevent healthy and astiv. pa
ina the caae, it la puui
not only tne meet reliable
of tbo disesa. of tbe liver.
Laae E teheed.
" narkerl m
- Dae Tina...
M C, l i.knr
" Aw Li se TneXn
Arrive t t'hartorte...
t.SB a s
T BS -8
03 s a
Arr at Soldbora'.
S aa A SSSa i
a a jL-wlSt
, 4-bS r s
. UL -
. s . n
to atOrsssabsrs wiUta S
traia; makiag tka qaickaat time ta
c tries Pries! TieSe came as rit
Trains U aad from potato East ef
at t;eesabara ila Matt
Two Traiaa dally.
I Oa Ouadaj. Lrac
mm mm ! Riekaaoad at SOS A
I'titiiti rr V t A r I nnn BitM.i;
n - , ad Bicnmond,
rill SSSa a. smre at Sjsb
ISO Bigs Cuff.
50 Barrels 8ncr.
40 " .MIh-,
5000 lbs. Baron. 2000 lb Lard,
2000 lb. Best Snzar Cntvd II
20 Kng Soda,
20 Box, c
50 u Adamantine Candida '
40 " Soap. 2000 lb. CUra.li. R V
30 Caae Oyster,
20 do B.nndy Peaches,
20 do ljemnu Svrun.
tO do F.wah Peachra.
10 do Pine Annie.
10 do 8m .k inar ToLaeea
25 Gross Suufi, 25 Coi!s Cotton Jt Jute
40 do. Painted Puil.
40 Btxes Assorted Candw.
100 Beams Wrapping Paper,
A fall Hue of Wood A Wlllcn ware.
A full line of Boot ethos (rry cheep),
A fall Hue of flats.
A fall line rf Saddles aV Bridlee, Bah,
Ginger. SpioeTCanned Gotala, Buyal
Powder. Ci gars. Tobacco. Crockery. K
ABaoera r macnin Uila, stc , Sc.
Tbe above stock waa hoaeht ame the
heavy decline in prim and is nSwiart stWnsSs
saia n uetail at very abort profa'a, n.r ta-h.
j BIS OH AM ft CO.
Jane 3rd 187a.
No. 1. Heavf plow oaoes si $140 worth 4200
" ' M ia a m.
Ladies SUspers at 4l worth 17a.
Ladms Cruquat Supper at $1 worth t
Lauuo viana u attars u 1176 worth 4960.
Bicnmond. MS Miles.
Papers that h r arraagemrau to
aebelale ef IU eomsaur vtll
Far farther I aluaaatlee add rem mmmm
8. K. ALL0
V R TSLrOTT.
AND THE SOUTH
T eTP .A iaa a""
to sell throuah tickets from
nto in Texas,
C to all points
A lake sua, Mmsouri, Teuaa ana ! A
via Chaxlsate. CalsMdaia snd Aagaata -
D 1 . mxt-i . -1 Tirtal I
aaisruu j icacoa, or r iraa vaaa . . r
and Baggage cbecked ihroogh. I'srum
it greatly to their own i
with tb Tiarlarsiga
ia regard to Staam,
be fu mashed etLher pstsonslly or
primp vf lift.
J. A. McOONNACGHEY,
SW SB1 snvws r W v - mm m f
gt.C. C.A A. oaJkdmry,
Cheap Chattel Mortgage-,
m t-x. ri.w