The Charolotte utmoacrat pro pot
the election of Jefferson Davis, for Presi
debt of the University. It would be
C9 There we no public speaker in
le State that did better service for th
.nventino canee then the Hon. W. '
.obbins. He viaited every County ii
lis own district, made a speech every
dey but two for aix weeks, and we really Hour arrival at Asbeville, and a partial accoun
xrn w at-PTJ q-W01TEWAB.D TRIP. Ihirgeat melon and the ftist we had
- , IWpdneadav. after traveling a distance of
Tn r,nr onmmunlcation throoirri Tour last
issue we promised a continued account of on
ip "Homeward Bound." Leaving ojf wth
lie ve he is entitled to the honor of car
Irvine- Davidson county, which if outside!
his " district, have esxtvy
speakf rs-good end true men--who
ble service for the cense, bet there at
tew who ere eepable of doing more efficient
lervice in e campaign then Mej. Bobbin.
The funeral of Tboe. W. Dewey, ell
Chrlottet on Thursday lest, was -ve
largely attended. The stores were closed
nntil the procession passed through tbeHe e;crtJ jj wona-rfui inattence over the
The Convention was defeated in Ken
tucky by about 10,000 votes, fn Ala
heme it was carried by 16 or 20,000, and
00 Democrats, 10 Red and 9 Indepen
dents elected as delegates.
Irainda of his hearers end can get up more
:ntbosiasm in a crowd then anybody . we
mve ever beard speak
four very pleasant visit there, we will men
on it again. As previously stated we we
on Catholic Hill, being near, or al
mmt nt the foot of. Bean Catcher mountain
the morning of the second day early
ronkfaat it wan sua treated that we STO UP. Ont
onld suppose that it was not of any particula
ote looking from our elevated camping ground
it after the party had reached the top all fel
mply remunerated for our walk by the visi
nd grand scenery lying before us, as peak afte
ak and mountains extend beyond the sifcht oil
the natural eye; then by the aid of thetelwco
we were able to see even beyond tpe bpupdry
our own Stats. From this point you have
ner view of Asheville than almost any other
being surrounded by and built on mountai
rtainly entitles the place to the healthy a
easant Summer reputation it has.
On our return to camp we found a messen
mites we arrived at home although anx
ious to see our friends and some their
earts still regretting that our trip waa ended.
Some may see pleasure, and grand scenery
without enjoying It or eaprewng any aeiigni.
Not ap with US for it was resolved before reach-!
as home that next rear we would make al
- mr -
iniiliartrin on unlimited tune. Therefor
he Great American Pie Eaten still exist
ill if possible meet for the same purpose next
OJJE OF THE PABTY.
A HORRIBLE HOMICIDE.
How they Murder in Massachusetts.
near the Hard wick line, r rost was in
ith a liandsome bqquet pf select flowers, beau-ldebt for ,,e jd an(i ai0 owed monf
m h at e t l 1 1 saXI .. . i W i a
lully arrangea oy tair nanas, an peiiuiiiKw.0 ni brother in-law. who owned in
as the card of Miss Stella Buckhanan. TheJ,,,oc. Qo Sunday, the 4th J uiy, Town
boquet was highly appreciated and delicately jwent t0 the barn early, followed by Frost
L a a a xl iH . iZ - - . a
handled by our party especially oy me Bingiepj, he voune men having gone away tu
en end young widowers. The Band ack now
its reception by visiting the house an
The New York Sun of the 7th, reports
if nt excitement in a neighborhood in
q,jw vt anKflirintiftn rtiBRrooklvn known as Babylon, over th
Fifty thousand dollars to the Yadkinlelopement of a beautiful white girl with
Railroad Company; but as Rowan iefueedi young negro coachman, nearly wnue
to tobscribe. the tubscriptiou of StanlyfiThe girl was the daughter of a poor black
will neve be demanded. All honor tolmith, named Woqd, who 14 years ago,:
ather than drag Lis 3 year old child
brough poverty's vale, allowed her to b
" Now that we have secured a smallladopted by a rich widow lady in th
maiority in the Convention, we do hopeiueigbborhood, who lavished on her everyplying one of its best selections of mnsic
:'"- ... fWW'itVi m.inU APat I lint ear A A.ll A -v r OA m J I r m
v.ntaM in nohon s and Academies. She " p-. - "!!
, ., , . ,. i i i .1 Hiugiil longer iu til uy me imiiv iu uyc Lrcrii
was oeantitot ana acpempuaneq, ena "eiTen for our benefit by the very hwritabi
upue oi vne piacej auu u ia u,cfc "citizen. nt 3 0dock on Thursday 22d. we were1
reat surprise and wonderment with heron ol1r w towanj8 home. At once aft
cquaintances how 6be thus flung all awaygleaving Asheville yon find yourself travelin
qr the coachman. They were pur9ued,Balong the banks of the -beautiful 8wannanoa,
nested and broueht back, after a day organd cross it seven limes in a short distance
A com 1 our nines irom Asnevuie oar aueniion
was attracted by the enviable residence of Mr
Cheeseboro situated on the opposite rive
ank entrance being gained by a substantial
nd neat private bridge leading into a yard
Where everything indicated that the occupants
possessed much taste by the beautiful walk
yergreens, shrubbery, c, seen there, in ap-
f From the Boston Advertiser.
Samuel J. Frost, the opposed murderer
lived with bis wife, four children, his
wife's brother Fredrick P. Towne, and
two yonng men named Katbbone, on
farm tnree miles from Petersham, village
arte!, faRorn, aw oh, widi
These gentlemen did fine service in behalf
ie Conservative casBM in the las cam pais:
insom, Waddel! and Leach canvassed th
East as thoroughly as was oosnibls in twc
eeks. V ance and Coz aroused the
ie conn ties.
The Charlotte Obtcnxr savs of ex-Gov.
This gentleman returned home yeaterdaj
ifternoon, from his campaign in the West, well
. 1 a s . , f m . 1 ft
mucn exnauaiea. inuring uis aoaence oj
isdenine speechea in the tranamontane coun-l
try, ctostng on n enneaday at Maraball, M adi-
n county. Jluch of ths dutaace over
mountains he travelled on horae back, can
ing a valise with him. The people will not
likely soon to forget a at so who haw aaa
much of hia time and comfort in their can
has this gifted son of the Old North State.
The Tarboro Soulkemer thus refers to Senator
Our distinguished Senator fought nobly it
the interest that was decided vesterday in tl
mse of the white men of the State.
lrna waa well canvassed by bias and hi
rnest eloquence a routed the spirit of deter-,
ruination wherever he went. In Nash he waa en
thusiastically received and in Pitt two solid
if white men listened with rapt attention loth
rifted senator. Both counties have gone
tic and his visits were attended with bene-1
:ficial reaults on all aides. The interests of Nortl
Carolrniana are always safe ia the bands
IMatlhew W. Kansoxn, the soldier, patriot
OfTON 8 AW UN,
Eqnal to any in the country, with an impvov-
1 cotton roll superior to any other ji
J. M. tLL.lt7TI,
: V . K. uregni, K. tL. Agi
lai. F. W. Woodward.
IITY COLLEGE N. C
EJhFoirft s n raalr
thy. A receipt 4a foil for all
leooka and rtoMMng. aar Ive 1
ven for ftO. Aid rives to
limited aaeaaw. '
bAlMN. Trinkv w r .
wwfv . 74. tatavVx
m m 1 ' . m
Charlotte Mute for Tom Lata.
KsT'D. 8. TATLOB saAITTW Principal,
Charlotte, K. C
Hsvint removed my School from StateavUle
leased the Charlotte lnttat lav a lersa
' f 1 a a w m m k ,
ra, l will open tne imuuw or iwm
pupils Oct. 1st 1875.
A full corps of experies-W sad
eacheea will Weanptoyee. For other mi
Ition send for circular.
- M a WS W y . r m t Tfl -
& 1AIU1K MARII.X,
Charlotte, 9. C.
IAVIE COUNTY IN THE
IMNBORO FEMALE CAL
day4ct'ore to remain Awn or three days
Frost returned td the bonse alone, and
when his wftelsslteB" where her brotbe
ROUSING THE LION.
The other morning, an boor or two
packet waa to make the Vicksburg
that their will be no division in onr ranks,
and that the members will stand together
as one man in all that is proposed to be
If ttiere i unanimity and back
in the Convention. Radicalism hasf
buried in North Carolina.
One cause of the close vote was the
fact that all democrats were two confident
of victory. "U, we will beat 'em any
how, and there is no use getting excited
over the .matter." This was the language
of hundreds end hundreds of Conserva
tives. Feeling perfectly confident oi
Success, thousands of white men nevei
wont to the polls. Tbe result should be
lasting warning tQ the white men of th
or ex-gov- W A
The sad intelligence of the death of this
distinguished North Carolinian will cast
a gloom over the entire State. He died
elar4togs, Springs, Va. N Y Wednesday
morning, whither he bad gone to re
emit his health which had been failing fo
aeme time. A man eminent for virtue,!
honor, wisdom, and patriotism is gone
, and Brewster, the negro, waa brought
before ths Court to answer for his crime
While the examination was going on, a
riend of the prisoner's was waylaid at the
lourtr house door, beaten and nearly
illed. The excitement against the ne
roe on the streets and in tbe Court
ouse was high, and the incident just re
lated, warned the Sheriff of the prisoner'i
anzer. suould lie come within reach ol
the crowd and so he smuggled him ou
through a scuttle, over roofs, to a place ol
afety, I he examination resulted in
quiring of tbe prisoner a bond pf $800
to annear at regular term, in default of
which he was conveyed, secretly, to pris
Babylon seems to be pretty densely
wo. ho nid l. hd fio-l.a wi.h him nd'g. n-ntueeiao. wearing a ao. 10 pa
y .r- .-? Mar. ttiriiml mt .f hia krth
inn nio so tuai ne uu gnuo iu mc ubd-
ture to stay until he felt better. At nin
'o'clock Frost sent his wife and children
(off to church. When they returned Mrs
Frost inquired again of her brother, she'
was told that he felt so ashamed of himse
that he would not come to the hoose again J
but bad started for Worcester on toot,
where Frost was to meet him on Wednes-
fday and arrange their bueirieee, when
Towne would go to California.' It seem
that Mrs. Frost, believed her husband
hlthoneh surprised at her brother s eon
luct. Sbe appears to be a women no
tmuch in tbe habit of Questioning be
husband's conduct, perhaps not darin
Mt up and down his state-rtKtin door,, aud
theu yelled f r the captain. When the cap
taiu arrived, the Kentucktao inquired i
Ar' yuu the oaptiog of this boat ,
I am "
"Well I don't want to maho any trouble'
ere, but I am a lion when ye rouse mo! I
left a big eud of gum sticking right thai
ast nmht. and I m goto to fipd the 1
who stole it, or I'm guin' to tear the bottoi
utii this boat !"
The gum waa found.
Purify the Springs of Life.
It is a sine qua nor. of heal ill, that the soar
f vitality, the "springs of life," should be I
contamination. The fluids which.
inhabited by negroes. Of late they havelronnssinji7'a breakfast gong, (a
Knite were useu tor tuts purpose), and soon
preciation of the kind invitation to stop whichlto be jr,q uisiri ve. Wednesday he wen
a 1 .a 1 t m mm "
we were unable to do, the liand played onegto Worcester, and when he returne
piece. On leaving, handkerchiefs were seengreparted Uiat he had bought the stoca.Ktheir action upon the food, transforms it in
L . a a a im S t 1 1 a . 1 tn
waving irom tne young tames living nere anuwgiving 1.1s note, ana mat ner DroinerKblood mA .... .... .;. ;ia-if m
fr,r. mir naH. itdtu fl v i n cr Klrgir ITatu .Cf l I . . I iminMli.lnl v t a r f txA tn thm TvlfifioH
1 1 "iu v.' v.. ' i 1 it . v 1 ur inf. w.. ww a. 11 iiu a u. luu . . 7 vim ivu ... v . . V- A M V . ... ...
. O Cfl K ) V niirS It th. milV M llin knnu an.) id. k..
asking on for a few miles, quite unexpected! vgtate. H
e found ourselves in the midst of a bard storm! On Wednesday, also, tbe RathboneM" to be properly nouiiahed and kept vigor
?T m mm m mmM W .1 1 .1 a . .
and for the first time since we left home allSboys returned. 1 hey roistrusteed tbeJous. i o tins ena me stomach, ine liver, th
the shawls, Blankets tc, were brought in re-story that Towne had gone to CaMiornia.SbowcIsand the kidneys should perform unio
nnU iinn rrl v ntr t f r A oynn, hnntSanQ ineirulK excuen ine suspicion oifiierriioitMiir ineir Yarious itincuons, since 1
mm 1 my a a a W a ... .....
dark, the ground being too damp to camp oiH,5" or l-e townspeople; but yet not lungrithese are disturbed tbe vital fluids speed 1 1
we nasspd a comfortahle ni.rht in his nsrlor-B"'" a,ine aDnul ,C' ooon ttiev uinteo twmbeoome vitisted. 1 he best, nay, the ONL
av morninc earlv we were aroused bv ourlr r81 inai ,n('" am 001 D"1,eve n story .joiood depurent whu-h p inGes them, by over
coming those bodily trregulariti
displayed a boisterous and defiant sort o
attitude towards the white people. This
lied the Jndge, and the above occasion, to
Igive them a yery solemn warning to be-
lhave themselves, or tbe consequences
plate andiwbic0 anSe,e(1 im to the point of saying!
j Ithat he would ''fix them." Meantimel
e.ns r i k mat
miirlit be tearful. 15rewster would tiavt-
mi i i . i mWm
1 be bitterness, the wicked aud devihshbeen jJunof if lhe crowj Uad gQt ,0 oi
ft ft n V S .ft mi m WM
pirn mamiested by tbe lied leaders atuim, though according to his account he
tbe prospect ot getting control of .tbewa3 not t0 biamc or the elopement.
IJenveotioo, should henceforth be a warn
Ing, to the peace loving, honest and law-
abiding people of the State. There is no
telling what amount of mischief would
be. done if the Bads were to get control
of the Slate once more, a thing God grant'
they may never do. The Kirk war and
tbe thieveries of 18G8-'69 would sink ant
of sight in comparison with the lawless
ness, robberiee, and wrongs that would
follow tbe renewal of Radical rule in this
State. Let it never happen.
i ne vnariotte Democrat says this i
the first time in 25 or 30 years that Meek
lenburg county has failed to elect Demo
ctatic Conservative candidates. Demo
cratic vote in the recent election fell off
Tbe election is over and we can'
sy that we are disappointed at the re
suit. There were many things that
operated against tbe democratic success
in tbe recent election. The so-called re-
strict ions were not only a confession o
weakness, bat actually, in onr opin
ion damaged the Convention cause, fifteen
lor twenty thousand votes in the State.
The lying documents with which the
State was flooded by an unscrupulous and
unprincipled faction produced great apathy
land indifference among so-called Conser
vatives. Men who have alwars looked
ipon the negro party as a great threaten-
were on our way passing over the mountai ns-
Lover this Gap scenery similar, but not so grand,
fas mentioned in our former communication
tmeets the eye. On the way we passed th
large tunnel on the Western X. C. Railroad,
all were anxious to take a view of and enter,
hut were unable to do so on account of the rock
land water at the entrance May the dav soon!
ccorae when these huge masses of rocks will be
removed, the mountains penetrated and the
rhistle of the engine heard th rough the Wes-
tern part of our old State. The great induce.
raenta offered by the beauty and heallhfuln
f the country, the fertility of tbe soil, mineral
resources, the fine water powers, manufacturingsin tbe barn cellar, from which a stench
sites, &c, should attract the attention of capi-Erose. dug up the place bat discovered
Itnlistaand pleasure seekers more than thev everS nothing. Uue day last week 1 rost waa
- - w- -' mm v w
t - a i i
I rost was observed to be very nervous
land to be acting strangely, lie forsooki
his wire's bed for a lounge, and was ool
of doors a great deal nigltis. One morn
iing a butcher knife aud pail were missing.
He dented all knowledge of tbtm. but
,they were subsequently fuutid about, the
.bain. He went to the select men eom
'plaining of the rumors that were circula-
. 3 ill i i
.ting, ana was auviseu oy mem, ii net
Wanted to stop them, to produce evidence
ithat 1 owne was alive. 1 lien lie wrote
Ltciii r to v a 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 . i and to l owue lormei,
due them, is Hontetter's Stomach Bitters. I
he principle upon which this salutary alter-
live acta ia as simple as it ia philosophic Tbf
origin of most diseases, and invariably tb
which affect the organs above mentioned,
weakness, caused by insufficient assimilation
the food. The Bittera speedily rectify the
i . i a jw i.t
oi tne oimcuiiy ov restoring risroroua digestion,
that all parta of the physical structure art
upplied with an abundance of pure, rich blood.
This increasea the activity of the diacharjrini
organs, and enable them to throw off the efleti
mat r, whiJi, rankling in the sestrin. deVirv
ret r orcum ,
Claaspiu Mary Clam
lit. Patience Urav and Piuk
icy Gray and others,
STATE OF NORTH CAROLIN.
To fftw Skrrif of IwU Cmrnmt
Too are borohy oommandr-d to
Emma Clampit, Mary Clampit. Patieoco Gray.
Pinkoey Orat and others, children of Ai
i ray names unknown, whoso namos
iwn will be inserted, the Defendants
named, if tbey bo found within yoor ouaaty.
ii bo and appear before tbe Jodera of ow
r Uourt. to be beld fur tbe Guaty of Dt
lhe Court iiouse in Mucksvillo on the n
onday after tbe 3rd Monday of September an
iswer the complaint which will bo dopooil
tbf iffioe of the c lor If aw In Issslsja? QBajsjpJ
said Uounty, witbm brat day a of said ten
ind let the aaid defendants take notice tha if
icy fail to answer said complaint within
line, the Plainttflb will apply to the Coait
relief demanded in the complaint.
Herein fail not, ana af this sammont
Giveu under mr band and the seal
irt, this JOth day of August. I87S.
Ulenc superior Oourt iarie Uonty.
It appearing to tbe Court upon satisfactory!
M'h'i that tbe said nnsney Gray and others.
hiidreo or Amos onr. names unknown,
lot residents of the 8tato of North Carolina, ii
is ordered, that publication of tbe above sai
bo made in the "t -aroliaa WaAchman
lewspaper published in tbe town of etalurboryj
for six succeaatro weeks from this date.
Aor, 10. I87S. H. a HOWARD.
('erk Superior Court of Dane County.
A or 2. 15 6ws- PrioUrs fee $100
DAVIE COUNTY -IN THE SUPE
i asm st.
h. n withal
GREAT CElvTRAL ROfH
Lesapeake and Ohio 1 1
ji xe, ij. l
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
1 Indian apolia.
1 St- Louie,
Msil Trains run
I l brooch ticket
ew am j lW
irsap m mm l
J P" 1
- 3 -9J
fucam its -aJl
7 AS l at
daily except Saaasy,
t ticket tar stisat
at loeeat Rata.
Emirrants ro on Express trains.
Round Trip Ticket ; to the Sprit
Lowest Freight Rate n.ade 1t tin Last
r or In formation of Kate Ac at-t ? to
ForRateaandinforsBsaion as to Hwnte.uasis
J C. I . a M I
S Jmmt Greeaakev X C
IGRANTS GO OK EXl'BESft
J. C DAME, Sc. Ait.
C. R. IIOWARD, G. T. A.
;W. M.S.DUNN, Sopc
lont Air Line Railway
home in New Hampshire. Tbe Ratliboiiel"111'- This bodily refnae havlne- been aot ri
mW S m m i . 1 it a S .1
oys, Laving found a patch of loose earthl
We passed Old Fort about noon. This pi aceC
has improved much in only a few years and
the citizens exhibit that energy alone essential
to the building up of any place. Capt. ThomJ
ason formerly conductor on the W. N. C. RJ
Road is Mayor. Passing on we took camp in
Marion, on our way traveling for several mile
in sight of the famous Mt. Mitchell and
illingman's 1'eak which we were anxious to
visit, but could not for the limited time we had
on oaiuruay at o o clock we arrived a
Morganton where we met many of the wel
f, and perfect assimilation re established, th'
Is nothing to prevents healthy and active per
formance of the various functions. Such
ing the case, it ia plain that the Sitters are
rot only the moat reliable stomachic, bat si
erad leant of those diseases of the liver,
bowels and kidneys which contaminate th
eprinee of life.
observed at work a long time in a partico
lar spot in his cornfield sorne distance
from the house. The snot was visited
and marked. In the night a party wen
there to search. They found nothing,
but following a trail into the oat-field tbeyl BOYDEH MOUSE,
discovered a sack containing the trunk! MRS Dli BEEVES, pROPKirraiaa,
Saliaburv, N. C.
The Proprietress of lhe Boy den House wih
puichae a pair of gentle stout horses to
in her Omnibus.
Aug. 12th 1875.
og mystery, as something rather to be
fnavaari f a n rloortiaarl o 1 1 t iii tkS A I a i . . S
only four votes : whilst the Rennbliean! ., , Enown citizens. At the request of the very
. " ' . t - r T , B'eresieo taction to ingtueu tnem on thegcourteoua and gentlemanly Dr. Ravbold a
annws an ineronwo nn Ilia wnta t.w I i, A t S . . ... SB J -
"",Jo'tlouiestead and other questions that all
last year of 735 ! This look, very eus.lparlie, agreed ,honld diBttltbeti
pic.ous ot 10m piay. iHundred. and thousands were dieanpoin
"e on tuestoo taw stands iUMted in notbeing able to t rid of
wt muu ,o against u. present official encumbent, such as th
abansted and nnholly judicial and other
at - my .a a
aooui mrce months ago we warn pa'aai-eo uiai aie aucauig pap irom tnegWalton House and plaved several pieces fo
ed our people against mikine deoosits oflllard-eanungs ot an unwilling and muchBthe benefit of many ladies there asaembled
money out of the souuty, and advi8edBPPres,ied ad much wronged people.
them, if tbey had money- tbey did nota he Convention question being but
wish to use, to let their neighbors in thefc8'1116 8ue, the people did not turn out
f vy have it at six or eight per cent in Ra8 tuev would have done, if sheriffs, clerk
sad oi sending it to Mecklenburs orSttlld t.tbcr officers were to have been elect
elsewhere. By the failure of tbe MpckSted- The negroee were made to believ
lenburg bank it is said our people loseltliat lne7 were to l8e n"c only their rigli!Hin inconvenient to find a suitable place we did
dbout S100.000. This shows the foilv ofS suffrage, but their freedom, and theVnot 8tart until near (lark. this P'ce will be re-
andSn. mon.v .W ultherefore turned out In foil tvprjniembered by msny. The occupant of head
a -v ww Ha w w vis nenaaa iiwi waiCUB mwmm
Ct. Band voted, no doubt, early and often
lions. A- " S. Merrimon, Veuable,
Davis, and others, written last winter in
opposition to the call of a Convention,
When the Rads imagined tha
the had serried tbe State, they grew!
awogant, and swore tbey would mak
Pemocrata smell h-1. NotwithatandingJwere republished by the Uadfc and spread
easy proclaimed it all over the State thatlbioad cast over the State, without date oi
fAey would promptly adjourn if they B-..plaiiation, and thousands of people wer
Mred a majority in the Convention, theylled to believe that these gentlemen wer
snaaooiy changed their minds when theyfletiU opposed to Convention, and th
vuc UU rneu tne otate, thusH, ftect waa very damaging. But notwith
snowing tne duplicity and baseness off .tending all these difficulties and many
c.r .eeuera anu me uuer talsity ol theirftuhers we had to combat, our victory,
etateujenta. J hey have betrayed them-properly used, is all that we could desir
vu"""""" now outers i ue closeness of the coutest will mak
ed eaean and v.todictive they are capable oflas more vigilant and active iu the future
oeing, and bow untruthful and shameles,anc; it will have the effect of nniuo
t kfti. 1 a . J L. 111 -
. rlu,c..wll-uu uave aecurea notu-Hmore closely the membera of
of a human hndy. Searching further th
Shead and shoulders were found. 1 h
lees have not yet been discovered, hot
the remaiioi found have been indenlified
those of Towne. Frost was arreeted,
nd baa alieady been committed for trial
y Justice Edwin Woods ot Barre
1 he indications are that I owne was
ilb-d bv a blow ou the head, as the sknlll
a a i . . . . www m mw ? I
pieo. nis inyiiauon to lea at tne Walton,, broken. IV waa nrobab v done that
llnitdd A CtCr tM W II AHM Tn. !m llinln ft .1 ft . .ft ft ft .
pnvcu UU1 ici.i iu uftMoanaay niorninjj wueu f rost tma ins wiih
beautiful grove adjoining tbe residence of FraokBhe had had a fight with Towno, Verv
rwin, it not being convenient to accept of theSlikely the b dy was buried in tha cellarj
ind and appreciated invitations of numerousjwhile tire family were at church, and
itizens to share their hospitalities at privatJremoved after his return Irom Worcester
ences. After tea the Band returned totbeSbv uirht. Frost is described as a small?
Iman, much smaller than Towne, Tin
orpee was probably eat up in ordsr thai
e might carry it more conveniently.
Whether Frost followed Towno to the
barn Sunday intending to kill him, oi
illed him in a moment of passion during
dispute, will never be known unless hel
hooeee to tell,-but there are some cireum
tances that favor the opinion that the
eed waa deliberately olanned. At all
vents it is melt horrible in its details
hat have lately been known, and will'
all to mind the murders of Dr. Parkman!
nd Abijab Ellis. That it has caused an
ntense excitement throughout the rural
eigbborbood and adjacent towns is a
matter of edftrael Both Front aud Towne
Lame from Stqw Hampshire.
unday morning nearly all attended the PresJ
yteriau church and heard an excellent dis
urse delivered by the Rev. Anderson. MorJ
n ton is a beautiful place and being a raoun-j
ain location renders it a pleasant summer
esortfor many. Sunday evening we were again
found on' our wav about cam pins time it be-1
quarters, tent, not being able to get tent poles,!
concluded to lar rails seminar (Via laiuw tl.l
iM. i ... r i r ft , m J ,
iue icucr. oi eucu men as o uage r OWieheir tent over them and sleeo in the fen
rneron straw. The gentleman near wh
Ing but defeat and contempt for thet
Thanks to the good people ofWe shall have gained very much.
tuat it ia so.
luuic cioeeyr tuo uituioere or our or
gan ization. If these objects are affected
work before the Convention will be mo
ikely to noma ont free of partisan preju
ice and bias, and the Constitution to b
ade will boar, as we hope, the impress
mm .- s a . . . . . :
le?e of the nassa iUI no Pcai taction, but will be imphati-
. mm tr rw . . -. mmr w r aw - mr n law . .
n-jfen whleh the cells open and she byca,ly a orth Carolina Constitution, un
aaasai im oiaouwn procurcu a case muk-muci wuicu uer people without reterence t
eiswieVbeefl convened into a nice UttleBparty, eolir or other distinction, may li
P.miHI Uluh "King and Durham were,nf every true North Carolinian, and w
v hn heincr freed themaclvna did similflrlKaliami tliU . ..
, T : . T , . '-vv'.vu1 viciory, nnaer the encum
s rviceeror ine odiance or tne prisoners. Balances, will be more likelv to seen
ne escaped, two reluming of their owoit. Our majority, we think, is from tw
a cord. (to four.
There wss a full jail delivery at Greens I
VWo en Tireaday night. The Patriot!
says ibat Lydia Crqthis, being unwell,
-is allowed the priviU
louse we camped, feeling some uneasiness a per
haps under the impression that a circus wa
tround, cunningly informed us that he had
ferocious dog which would not permit any
me inside his yard. Monday 26th, we arriv
it tbe thriving, energetic town of Hickory a'
pleasant place for health and pleasu
ikers and tourists. Here you have a view o
Blue Ridge with various spurs and impor
tan t historical peaks. It ia said to be one of th
highest points on the W.N. (J. K. K. Her
we were invited to dinner by the excellent H
Li Elliot, whoso table is always supplied with
the best that can be procured. Any one vinil
Hickory will be well treated and comforta
dy accommodated in this commodious house
Late in the evening we arrived at Cataw
White Sulpher Springe, situated 6 miles fro
Hickory and 60 miles from Salisbury. Th
lealth-restoring properties of the waters re
ler it a most desirable resort for invalids an
pleasure seekers. The mineral waters consis
Chaiyiecate white and bine sulpher. It i
:rowded by visitors this season from our o
State and elsewhere. Ws there met m'anv
mew among them Major Wilson who acce
ur invitation to tea at camp reminding us
the many days he saw nobly spent in camp an
in uie held4n Va. Other familiar faces were
sn and soma we did not visiting for healt
id pleasure. Dt. Elliot baa not been able
furnish accommodation to al) applicants th
JNext day we passed through Sta
lie, again meeting our worthy represent ativ
Bobbins, who presented es two of t
A Honey Fountain.
Thy have ever thing on a grand seal
California. The trees and mountains
gigantic patterns, lbeir vegetable
knd fruit grow in conformity with thei
M " WW mm - . . e
tirrounaings, in iaiiiornia they can
make two bites of a cherry, which wonld
be mincing matters anywhere elao in th
world. Even the California bees bnil
ii: an tV make bonev on a larere seal e.-
There is a hive rn the eastern slope p
the San Fernando range, in Lea Angele
ronnty , which men nave tried severa
a m m . m m
imes to capture, and have as often failed
It is in a nfy which penetrates the roc
a depth of one hundred and sixty feet
1 be opening is thirty feet long and aeven
;n feet wide, with two passages. Th
es come and go in solid columns a boo
ce toot in diameter. Efforts have bee
I made to descend to the store of hooey i
the rock, bnt the men were invariabi
Iriveu back, and one man loot his hife.
The hive has been known four years, and
it is estimated that there cannot bele
than eight or ten tons of hooey to it.
man who lives in a cabin not far from th
i pot gets more honey than his family cai
use from the leakage. It flows ont of
imall apertare in tbe rock like a spring
tlebas a bo n sy fenntaio at bis door.
SIMONTON FEMALE COLLEGE !
VI A I E VILLI, IU. C.
The next session will open Sept. 1. 1575J
'erms for hoard, etc .have been made as low
ible tn suit the times. Keferenoe'i: Kcv
Uhae. Phillips. D. D.. Prof. W. J. Martin. Iter
A- Wood. Rev. L. IS. Jordan. Ex-Gov. Z. P..
Vance, II n. W. n. Battle, and all friends of
ie late Prof. Mitchell, of Chapel Hill, M. C.
Aug. 14, 1874. 6 in oa.
I will sell st public Sale on Tueadav. the 7t
av of September next, at the late residence
Ur. u. f . Houston, dee d., 17 miles west oi
Salisbury, on theSherrells Foard road, the fbl
lowing tersonal property, vis
7 fine Mules, 1 brood Mare, 1 Horse, about
head Cattle, 40 or 50 head I Iocs, about
bu. Wheat, 125 bo. Oats, f ne Carriage, 1 Sol
key, 2 W aeons, larminj; Implements, Oeann
&c. I lie growing crops of Com and cotton
it is in the field supposed to be about 60 a
0 shares in Buildine; and Loan of Charlotte.l
II the surgical implements and Librarv and,
-1 . I -T-
ma nv oiner aniciva noi ennmerateo. irrms
CASH, except for the growing crops one half,
t which will be cash, the balance before the
rop is gathered or removed.
Notice ia also given to all persons indent'
O the estate either by note or account, that thev,
ust come forward and settle promptly.
S. A. LOWKANCE.
Aug. 12, 4 tins Pd. Administrator
MRS. JOSEPHINE 8. NEAVEJ
will be in Saliaburv about the middle of Sei
ember, and will be pleased to receive pupil
for thorough instruction in Piano Forte Music
mil the German Language.
Aug. O. 1875. 1 nv
F. M. Phillips
Uriah H. Phelps,
STATE OF NOUTH
To the SkrriJ of Dart?
You are berebv commanded to
Uriah H- Phelps, the L (entrant, above
Le Ik- found withiu vor Coootv. to
ippear before tbe JudVeet oar Superior Cob:
t a Court Iu he held f r tbe Conn: r of Dane
the C urt Hooa? in leocBville on tbe eeo
id iI..M(lv aAer trw thrd CfcM 34o, ,Ut
Sepn-inher, aud answer the cuoiplaiut which:
il. ... Ok... U u iu In moe of tha t terk of
ir it. -rur Coart faff id Count r. within tbf
firt three days of the term, and let the said
defendant take notice that if ha fad to anrw
the.tiu complaint within that time, the Piaii
iff will apply to the l nurt fur t!e relief ue
lauded in tbe complaint.
Ilenin fail not. ard of this sumun
Given aoder my hand and the seal ml
ait, this 6th day of Angw. 1875.
Seal H. B. HOWARD,
Clerk Snpenor Court Davie Coonty
It apbearing to the Court upon aa'Ufa
f that the said V 11 ("elpe ia not a
at of the State of S. C . it ia enlaved
publicwtHtD of the above Bamtsoae he
the "Carolina watchman,' a newspaper
lsbed in the town of Salisbury, lor sax
ve week from this date.
H. D HOWARD
Clerk Superior Court of Davie Cuuatr.
kUg. Jtth. 187a. fiw.
'lichmond A Danville.
Dnariile R W..B. C. Diriaem, aft
Korth Wcitern V. C. E W
m aa4 alter Wsataoaiay Jarf t
guixu north . "
Mail. I Ex re
" ar law J'ort'a
" iHiaees ..
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M it. Ifsaaa.
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bail ta.. 4. ax U
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" ilisiasiiia f.es aa AAX
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Aw Liae rmcfm 7 k aJl
rrtve wt CkftartDtu. . . . a BJB
Printer's fee $100.
The Firm of McCobbina, Beall A Jofi
was dissolved bv mutual consent on the 160
Inly, 1875. All persona indebted to said fi
ire requested to come forward and settle
amy as possible, aa we are very anxious to ge
ill tbe business of the old firm closed np.
The business will be continued bv J.Sam
MrCubbins, Trios. B. Beall and John W.
inder the firm style of McCabbiea, Beall
Dean, who will be glad to see their
lends and the public generally at th old a
No. 1 Oranate Bow, where a rood stock
a a m. ju . k - A . r.
inet sucn goooa as tne people want can alwa
found and will he sold low for cash or harte
J. SAMUEL McCUBBINS,
T. R BEALL.
D. R. JULlAJf.
Aug. 5, 1875
To the Xonh Caroliaa Gold Amalmmatir
IsT .a .a Mm a e . v m
p onipany, me .nria Carolina jrm Lrreamni
Company, foreign corporations and William
A. Coil, s non reatdeot. too are beeebv nmified.
tal the fidbiwine umnoni has
lioat each of you. vis:
BOW AN COUNTY IN THE BUPERIORi
Amos Howes PI iff.
North Csrvliaa Gold Amal
gamating Company, the North
.roll ii Ore Ireaing Company
ind William A. Colt, Defendant
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Ib (As Sktrig of Bowam Cosay Geeattae:
You are herehy commanded lo Summon The
orth Carolina Gold Amalgamating Com pauy,
he North Carolina Ore Drvs4isT Cornnsrivi
and William A. Coit the Defendant aboral
amed, if to he found within yoar eosmty. tn be
nd appear before the JUDO K OF OUK SU
'EBIOK COUKT. to be held fcr the Coikim
of Rowan, at the Court H-ue In SalUburv.
he Hth Monday after the 3d Mondav of S. t-t.
1 Hi ft, and answer the complaint wlneli will hel
epositeii in tbe offce o the LKUK OK THE
UPEKIOK COURT, of -aid Count v. withinl
the first three da v of the m-it u-rm tUrj
nd let the said Defendant take notice ihai if
hey fail to answer lbe w l cm plaint within !
he time prescribed by law. tbe Plsintif! w.jij
pply to the Court for the relb-f demanded ii.
Hereof fail not. and of this susaDaons mak. 1
Gives under ray hand and the seal of. akl
rt, wis 4th day of A ugu-t, 187V
J. M. HOB AH.
of the !uperior Court of Bo was Coonty.
Aug. 5, Ow.
Urr at CeUbero'...
tat a a
. . a eaXft e
w - isfva
L'ea 10) -
Arrirt at Sa le
4. SB r a
safer Waia Uaviag Bataags
ieaa atGrta beee with the h
iltiea. Prtoaol fica u aaat
TralM Lo ana SaA ftftnti & La 11m St of
aaect at rtobro wnu Man imp
peiau North or fleet.
Two rreias dallr. bote wave
Ob ssadaya Lymchbwrg Xeeasaaasesslae
Irkanml Mt Bill k inn. HulK'na
. lesre Bat kerille Ihii, amrv si asa
toad 7 16 a a
arraagesaeaw te adiwtwaaw
issfoajr will pleasa few
No Chaaxre of Cars Bftxreen
ft m . .
ana itirnnvonn, xo mutt
Pasers thai kre
aedalt of this cat
Kr farther inforatstioa address
H. E- ALLCV.
Oeal TVUt Agra
0 rwn.be rs, f B
r m R TALrrrrT.
Kiriaeer tJes'l SspsrtaUasVet
THE SOUTH WBW
SUM RONS J
The undersigned begs leave to return
his sxany tTpaads for the pauxweaaa so
illy bestowed on him in lbe pest, and id
J r i . I J ...
lring irom me mercaouie ousineas would sti
at havine been aaaoctatetl with Me
Sibbins 4 Beall lor over three rears, and havit
ind thera to be gsullsxnoti of hieh
ft . i . . a . t ft .
ina oosinessqnaiineaaon, ne isaes piesssii
eodiue Uieco u hia frieods for saw
jnst dealing. D. 1LJVLIA.N.
JUPEB.OE COUBT-BOWAJf COUXTVH
Johm Watts, PlainUfTI
ie North Carolina Ore Dress
ing Coeapaty, Dmfndamj
TATi Or IfORTH CAROLINA,
Ih mm Skwyjoj Rseaaa CWaO;, (IrawMf
aa hereby cosamanded in the nasae oft
etobumraon the North Carolina Ore;
ing Company. Defendant, in the aborc i
appear at the nsxt Terra of
irt of the Coonty of Rowan, al the Coat
rat ia trairabary, era tbe Cth Mood ay af
3rd Monday in Septesobex next thea
e to answer the complaint of John Wi
untin in this soit. And too are fur
imanded to notifv the raid DeiraaesBBt thai
he rati to answer the oorapiaint within
MspasafUd br law. the PlaiadisT will aoah
' L If 0 1 ft f . . - "
tr utc reiiei grmuoN in me oorapiaint ax
all oasts and charwra in thit snil isi i
Witneea, i M. Ho ran, CUrk of omr
b. 117a. ' 1
. J. hf. HORAH.
fuly 1. IV$H
The undersigned wishes to hraavraae
is frieods that he haw meited the
I to sell through lick t from raw
1 lo all points in Texas, Arhsasas, wi
ff am. ft -. M, . . ft - PC
their Southern Coswectwea. -TT
Kmierant Tickets, or First CtsWS Tw
UkeLatsorers to the
it wrealle totawr m adeawtawe by
rilh lhe urvfirr..vl ml S mburr I
aaa. . . .
J. A- McOONNALGHEY, .
C. C A A. R R, 9mdiWmjtJU
Sept. t, If. Il atslj
fa. J. D. lS7i,
Cheap ChmUm Morig
and ether various
Bio ft ? 11 hmmm'