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SAIISBUEYi II. 'C., JUNE 5; 1879.
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) n Trrm niTa '
iiiwdMal:: i UciLl Oil
-ir.'i.!-'- - ' I ' " - i ;
Years, whenever a man became a candi-
date for any office, : and desired the uf-
One Step Too Far.
S a . v -r '" t rv c i . - , - v. . ' . vnjps life iuoa.iuti ncu vii-aii.v i tic suarii iiac iu vuc aisw wuuvj
' 1 SSSuS; SnsUhe We V18 Ur8 dry weather.-. A good rain is much needed market, as notice in Tuesday .afternoon's
Ahi riiuiterJn the boutuern ;,t , ,"i i in this section. , . . . I quotations, appears to create some surprise
idlest JB'HT.'.' r !. -t r . - J,vrf I Af nil vntm thn tioliof tlmf tiA ssinnnnR. i , ,, I ' r ii . .i
to some defect in the title, opera- ng business pien, and naturallr they
Silver Hill have suspended pro iur . uuw v.
r i , i " ' I vtatvinrr i htt- f financial mnvenTP.nta nf the
The TIce of Treating. 1 Out in West Pfiiladclphia-vcster-
Tf thprp' U si nnKTA Immnn immilsA 1 day a man knocked a three-story house
or virtue perverted and abused worseldown with a sine Wow of a hmmer j 1
5n ,rni tlienai-ro nvcr;
endtrhildien than vote for its repeal. So
strong was the belief in it, as an all-popu
lar electioneering theme, that fumost
every ex-tnemberjof 5 our Legislature,
when asking fop-re-election, would claim
to be its father, or Isomevery near rcla
I viewing the-j financial movements of the
! - l I nast fortniffht it is not hard to find, howev-
Schcnck jsays, and truthfully too, p A MnuXu ittA it is the result of a
I ' I VI , V -U WAWHW J T . .
that the March House is the "Delmomco or . , ; si-etarv Sharoan that, no
I Since court
of "some bouq
A Talk with Judge Maekey.
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TIrAai A taa to ay o ; M State of
i jijjair ai nasningion.
i j From the Charlotte Oteenrer.
i Judffe T. J. Mackevi of Chpster.
CJ - t j m , t LUC t.i W .
j S. C,, arrived in the city yesterday neficeuce may he found in that degen- andj the flowers that garlands wreathe,
iui i.aaumgwu, tuiiiur uc weiii j enuea custom commonly known oy la gentle mm oi summer in me miuu
a dog or chicken
( with nItUOU8 tiu"" , r eeiveu ancuwimuoozieu uuu.ium,
lilesaJJia tsouderoua. grater,. . Ijsffprerao; Court of ouij State
rS5lVarint, pm-e devotion. would good against all debUr
tud tte trill join a count ess vuruug
A,fnt9ttiud angels .bleudin,?
TUir harpii and wiee ronno tne irono . instance j Whicli occurred last summer.
lIonMlsloadsceuUiug. . aaeo( fiDe abilities and long
Iv -Velt relef frooi pain and grief, experieucejis a legislator,ivho came very
9 rroiiilalknessj sin and danger, ear loosing his election: by claiming to
to testify before the Wallace ( former- 1 1 Via
t ! I mawer now weu iuicuuunc, uuc u nu ua mc icmu; vuuiunucc. a jgm may oe tracKea Dacii to spoaianc- me ! spmers .anq me anis. lonKqriy
, our town has the appearance vanceof what the' country needed... We re- part of his testimony was published in ous generosity, but if so, how widely QazdU. ' "-"-.I : l'fl
quct hall deserted." Npteven fer to the issde of the $10 certificates the yesterday morning's Observer. Judge has it divereed from the first princi- xr fi ''"'-l' i rn 1 '
kenifieht to while aWay the remarkable sale of which is, violently con- a 3 uf,8 "vergett irom uie orei prima Mr. Thomas Jones, member of the -
eu i u(,u w i i . ii ..." I . . .. , L MackeV Was OUe of that claSS Of Re- nlpnftlip ndmirnbla virliiA which ' - . - i . ..
! - A . i itracting tne!urrency ine unanciai rer . - , . . r nouse oi representatives irom ijuge-"
1 ; ! Lr vlIivt i?tv T.r ehnw publicans who reftised to arahate with crave it birth. L. i-i . . , . .
a5 .....l. rant hii!i wkv innch1 longer ! - The room occupied by Mr. Jno. Smith, in r-f . . fi , T .f 4,; f V.r"i7 I Ii... i ..r -bi:i i ... . new county, uieu ,irwr TOwenwt inb.
.UUo 1W5ple .re tot,Ml not Jo adore, i -nj wh- LL ihatcit, rk loi uiDoi 'in leg; ten- sented by Scott, Chamberlab, id 1,7
leroPfc 5if I Abbeville Prut and JZanner : Il is .
n Anrrh r aft Id I - . J i . l .
i tive of its fiitlier. But thanks be to heav-
corrupt class of Radicals repre- T.,t i.n nn. 1, nffrnntorv tu-. o.ri:i.t '
i vr. scott. chamfeiain.dLi:,i: . ouuu
hold our Savior's Jacc J IV . u"wu' nignu ' ' . ; -
-z- . ' -- . - s. -tf. it r . ; m a.w i I t r : . i uiiliit fir.il ix. null liiic uiaoii ciiz l-u iii i i. i-: -i . a - a a a :. a a. -.i M i i- . i s--. v - - -4w.r. -
nionoii; s iiuntrAri nmL Minhnnz mi ana toiu.i even oy siniui qunuuij 01 nuu&cj bhu a n i . i , - i.Li;L. i a ii . ..v. - - c a i which nrumuis men iu leuiut uicu
tIb ui.uv.auou . i one-fourth of a ntfllion over tte ' " r 1 tellow-men T CJtrangeiy enougn, ne is . ,A i , , ,
tb- mu; th. female revivalist; is ex- L..; wi. 1 TWwni.. nmqnty elected judge by a Democra- nmAf.mi,illl wrm-hprtfHl. whole saiain" onerraan a , pummers .are ,
, . ,CHu..w r r i . . ! vr.. . I . " iamonr me npirnwsot tins countv-urc-,
tA i here to-niaht. She will find an I r .tiM iparA KA Vpot I tic lesrislature. - 1 i.j
For tae Watcbman.
Jackson Hill fetter.
May 24; 187JT.
Men who arc blessed with
enhance hi popularity. . It is hoped that
fiill candidates who may be hereafter fool
hardy emmgh to desire to shoulder the
pateinityof such cadaverous monsters,
will meet defeat commensurate with their
Now the writer does not suspect that
Dected here, to-night. 8he will find an I w((k of sucn work would leave the New tic Legislature.
abundance of material to work upon, v, 1 York banks without any reserve whatever,! Judge Mackey has been in Wash-
w'ti,inV thatonr Tonn? ladies oucrht to and thu3 plate thein in the same
be fflad there is a livery stable in town. A those of New Orleans were placed
! moment since a! brake load passed. Ben weeks ago.
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uA mnr than hi KhaM. three to one is too I i as auove
lia - i .
much of a good .thing,
Rev. Mr. Henderson, of Canada, has oc-
souled man who leads his nei
w. , e I among the negroes of this county, urg-,
S,lb0r inn Ms hlaima tA the nrositlpncv: link
3 I f - A' . A At. - LiA.l IT- A lt.
. , .... .v -w - i lion oi auairs at me caunai. xae uiitts
i AS above istateci, tins is me resmt oi ai r
bhmder on tie part of the Secretary of the remarkably well, and freely express-
Treasurv.. .The Sissue of these certificates ed his opinion on the situation at
. It L ri.fpnn
,rfu i...itl. nml tWencth. should recollect the homesteadlaw can or will be repealed
thltlit il teir duty to lead active, honest, immediately j but he does think and hope
eirgetic lvcJ i if rich, it is their duty flmt the people of North Carolina desire
toStrJik tialTthey may. be' useful to uian- its repeal, and are ripe in veadiuess for it.
likf if poor, it is' the more encumbent Its vep-al would give new vitality aud
oitlim twork that thy may not be energy toall the laudable pursuits of men.
brirthcusotiie to Others. None, who have It would cast iuto the fire Sail those iufer
Bieutal aiul physical health, have any nal movtgages, mechanic's; lieus.c that
jolt icuslfor being long wretchedly podn have so embarrassed all sorts of-busiuess,
fi)itunemav! sweep away all earthly and enable honest men to I breathe easier,
eflb:U, hall corporeal and mental activity j sleep better, live more comfortably, and
k,2,Liw Aiil ' P.iir!retieallv directed, can riia better Christians. It would throw
-JO v ' . t
goou replaife theni, at least, to the exteut Kvery mau Upon his own resources, and
teach him that through honesty, industry,
bouoniy aud prudence,
of a coaifoi table competence.
. 1..lr nucui. S ii-i.ik1(i1 tlitr.
any aiiiu j&r I womii i should live a jnero
0TO1KV , HP IIU jliOl IllltlJU, uiuiuac m,
; in u ildiii. 'ami for incom nreheusibl : v
ihe purposes, had afflicted Laziirus, and
itused .hirii to be a proper object of .char-
press, both secular and religious, will
take the matter iu . hanit"nnd discuss k
fuflv omits merits and demerits ; so that
State Convention of the Young Men's limited in amoutt. This safeguard amoun-
Christlan Association. ;
Office of State Ex. Committee, )
ted to nothing, for, as stated Jdaily in the
press, the applicants clothed in rags, were
i : XT -r- , 0ft,T io-ft f I OUt ine agCIHS O unnivcis mil ppc.uitti.uAo.
. . , i' , .. ai I Millions are dfawn daily in tins manner
The third annual convention of the I " f .T. ! $, .
Tm' ...:.!nfWnrth Irom itlie'CWK,8iIl Villages Ul iu mim
Young Men's Christian Association of North 1 vj .u.
r ... : . . . n ti i wnercver tuey aire sum, mm nuui on incsw
Carol na will assemble in Salisbury, .Thurs- wuc,v 3 r,.M.i
day evening, June 2Gth, andicontmue in
whatever, J udge Mackey has been m W ash- to te bar and him tQ . b , '
position as ;n?ton fnr ten davs. and has had full L.V. .r ,u.t -.u- u" Pul tor fhcm
iCea a CW I . f fl j ,.a Ko ulfnn-I .. I. t '' . i 1 .The latest swinillA ha cvwirri! in
tion. : BeHtion docs not improve the Stanstead, Canada. A raanUms sold I
complexiou of this worse burlesque vvV r t s " .T-T
upon liberality to the sad ettects ot ir" r v5i v r"""" f . ,
i. i ;t .1 r --a.u 1 insr animals as with Paris preen" The
wreicii I ? ...... 0- j ..
every I PackaSes were hot to be. opened until , A
larce city uiuc m use uieni. vne victim iiaying .
, , . j i a three, opened bne:;and lrouud;two
clusively to hisjelass the sales to each Were Democrats will have decided to pass injiousatur the custom- of square flocks of wood, oh which was- j
. : .. . .1. 1 I '(l.'V.IA . A IWV lll WUH VII tlti.1
tponfiner urnn ti vpt. hea riillCUIOUS One. I i. L . . r .
t -a r tl and press firmly with the other."-
Imagine its application to tire pur- 0if.
ennse ni niner cuuiuiuiiiiiea mau li
quor and cigars.
the appropHation bills and go before
the country on the manly efforts they
have made to dispense with troops at
the polls, and in favor of free elec
As to the bill abolishing the jurors'
Think how ludic-
session Friday and Saturday, closing with
special religious services on the Sabbath
Two tears ago, in this city, a little band
joined in the' exercises of our first annual
tralherinjr. We were few in number, but
came together in harmonious council, be-
1! i aKa il,. tfiira n-nnlrl tritnneo tno
he can succeed lf'M ..-l nnmftnt r our orffanization and
, Ua.u..w. : c.
SH1U lllilfc tlUlCl iovj lie uugu aiw,
not expect success. lie hopes that the
it,lioeivo ajieji.eirher sick "or sore Lhc'1)eolje nay have their, miuds fnlly
bfitazy'oilyi shoiihI have'aiiy just claims
timltV iiicfMazy Allows scatrered over the
conatry ; uanv whose names arerenroljed
alweailwfs of jthti church,, and others,
efea -luiinsers! of the Lord s gospel.
WhileaU must a jp reciate orthodox pirach'
lllg UabeU OU DI LIIUUUJL l.ltlll, UIIU l.-.auui
icwij ialliwed iipsfas of inestimable val
ue (oimiiikiiid, none, I presume, c.fn or
Jo?ld say that they want such lazy fel
lows to atjteuipt! to point out the way for
min, even iu regard to woruiy auairs..
Both Church aml'State aftarrs should be
made-up before the next election of mem
bers to the legislature ; which legislature
lie-also hopes - will take the surest and
iimM expeditious route, within the bounds
the constitution, foi-sneli repeal.
Mt. Pleasaxt, N. C, May 26th, 1879.
Mr.' Editor ; The chief events of inter
est that have occurred recently were the
closing exercises of the schools. Week be
fore last Prof. Kothrock entertained us two
' nights with music and recitations by his
pupils. The youngjadies: acquitted them-
to isCpurjige; as tar.as selvcs satisfactorily to all who were present.
tim nnr ffurta would be blessed. After
the lapse of a year, our second convention
was.held in Greensboro where our most san
guine expectations were seen to have been
fulfilled. Fourteen associations were repre
sented bf nearly two score of earnest, en
thusiastic young men. Our meeting togeth
er on that -occasion, was jdelightful in the
extreme, and an impetus was given to the
work .the full scopp of which cannot be de
finitelv ascertained until the re-assembling
of our association in convention at Sa'.is
bury. ' !
Each regularly constituted association.
will be allowed four delegates, but associa
tions whose active membership includes any
persons who arc not members of the Evan
gelical church, are excluded by an article
in the Constitution of the State Associa
tion, from representation in the convention.
places therejeonfes a sudden and unnatural J tegt; OVLt which lie considers tar more
uemanii mr legai-icuuc.N va.., I ',,. ,a Gva i I 10 Hrpsident
like Ithc ordinary outflow which is both ' - , J , r
! j . , ,.nW?i I toiu nun, in me cuucisttuuu uar un
caused anq compensated by commercial j . ' , ,
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movements,! takes away currency to be em- iore yesieniay muu..uS,iU..Bru
ployed in this systematic fraud until it gets sign it as soon as it was presented to
iockcu up in ine iruasurj, aim umcoo "'uumj tnat ne naa saiu mis inucu ui
greatest cap i inaeu, u-c """ the meeting ot the cabinet on tne gay
a a - a.x..a, i . , unnnriiPfl l anii
iraClIOn jeSUJllljS IH'UI mis uuuaiu.i -A.1.V. i .
' ... r V v.. ASWXA. W A A. UJU A AJ. A-A. all J
rous would be the proposition of a tUingsin young 1eopie lrenL
young man to his companion, while der themselve very imlolite : Loud
they were promenading the pavement ,ai)ghter . ding When others arc
iDiKwu ouuw . talkinfr: Guttinjr finser-na sin
It 111 1 " I T
com nan v : lACaviuc meetmo Iwforn
"Ah, come along, I say, and have :t :s CT0SC( . Whisnerinp- in meeting
a pair of spectacles with me; I want Gazing at strangers ; leaving a
stranger without a seat; A want i of.
What if one of the company of reverence ' for superiors: Readii
sunenors : Keauincr-
taii . - i : a - -
discreditable process will cause serious I . ? " ' r -Jf 4. tt imL'f I voans eentlemen on the street fihould ajoud comrianyithoot beineUsk-:
., i a i urj B1J i5, lillliJvi, ai.i . . I - r . 1 '" t
trOUUie. .t-i . I ... . . I .. . I oH " KAfViivirior n uroconr willirttifr i
! This blunder on the part of Secretary in Congress which urges a relusai to . ' . , , T' V ". " ' " . " 4, , "
,L..J , :mlluiufjtf i 41. lll ;.. !th "Now boys, I want to set em up some manifestation of gratitude Mak-1
o Herman sitoum itv 1 ct.mcM imiutmami jj i,a!o . aji ihwia . - t . . , . 4 , , , ,
withdrawing tie certiiicatcs altogether.- 10,)e of compelling the President to for the crowd ; comeinand have a ing yourself topics of convention
lie snouHi Know oy -tins umc mat . ib im
possible tojpref ents wholesale disregard of
the law and of his orders; and the futility
of any attempt! to prevent the organized
capital of tjhe untry from absorbing the
profits of thesejlpales has leen fully demon
strated. Anil another thiiig. as long as the
certificates areil worth over 3 per cent, more
than the legal-tenders demand for them the
Government is robbing itself for the benefit
of speculators 4nd bankers.
W",T" -"-v " roT l:fvcs great creau lor n.s u .r- representative man from a comma
.Tuica,f eueram lVu ing cSorts t.ojmiia up aorougn noo.- , . thcre i$ no formai organization
f olmrong.f wpurgnuuu: th ng exercises just over iuuy "? U-iU be received and accredited as a dele-
WfVIvr. inf T gate on presentation of a certificate from
mewjand; ,h in Au- that he g a ,neml)er in
-.i.i'J ! .. a4 . '"-a.-- .ItStT'i-''. .. " . . . . . -I KWU u """"'6' " -
ru vv pnFHUHc,uo uieiiwiiiwMj io. A-uii- f.ounnp jaaics prescDi
aitipus oft tlie -r children of uieu, both, in a j Tst week, as afin
hope ot compelling tne rrcsuieui 10 v w.wi, -- ., "b f r . . .. ,
accede to their demands as to the chroraoor bracket, or something with Jpkiugothers in company ; Correcting
riders, is composed almost entirely of me !" ojder persons than yourself; especially
the Northern Democrats. The South- let which would be more vaiuaoie ypur parents; lo commcuce talking
ern:elemenr inclines to the opinion to a mau and his family, chromos, Ajcfore others are through -- Answcs
that it would be unwise to adopt this brackets, and even spectacles, or li- i,,g questions when put to others. ;
i... .1. ka isnnh- I niior enous'ii lo maivu niiu uiuun. , i ; : :
courae, ,ioi me reuou mat tut- inru- i o - ;
i;m, Wmihl lv, nhln to train gome- It is a lamentable fact that "treat- j
i.l..... . i. k : I il
lining at the North at least by their ing" s accustom as pureiy aiuiuu
. i .at. ' tu- i I oa if la riiinnus in its effects. And I J
church. L We earnestly desire that
every association in the state shall send at
least one delegate. Let us come together,
brethren, earnestly desiring to promote the !
welfare of young men, and with ardent zenl
for the honor bf the Master, and his bless
ings will, surely crown our efforts. Our
aflnounced, the commence-
I ipiritnal .ud temporal pointinYryie; C. Cllege took placc.
iteadlaws. All ill attmit-thaVthegoV- niou 0rt the 18th. It was one of his hap-
?rnmeot ias gpoaoughbefbrc the war picst efforts, and the appreciation of the
ykea We had iw-anich laws, avoDfliTy an conrrejation was1 fully shown by the close
ttenmtion. of aiverv small amount of her- tfntinn nnid dtirfncr the! discourse.
Soiial: iiriiiiiirt.vJV- TTipV ni-e thn iustiLMtttrs i nn Tiwulftv. h literarv contest between
int&pjiufte the societies occurred. The representative
fctnsceindkuow -thisWliythenton- speakers were D. II. Wadsworth, G. W.
tnuuq taem. m; lorceT .lney are uat a Daywalt, antl u. A. Kose oi me j-i-oigma-
tched job, at best; and have ever been phi society, and C. G. Ileilig, D. E." Hed-
llielmost direct conflict witlrthe time- rick,nd J;ll. ox of the Philalaithean.
Iwd minciDli of constitutional law. The young gentlemen acuiUed themselves
jrimrrefTOspectiU applicatioiiicing now very creditjd)lyj and hate received much
estopped by the decision of bnrhighest 1 praise. lor tneir euons ironi " "
ni;.. i. i , a .i ... - I Kn'.Ti . .T?.v J j A.' Linn delivered the
IWIIUUII I I llllll II' I" lT. !l I I .III m-m -1MB I I'll wi
J&arcn Hud StatJii comlune i to puttheni AhmUdss Tuesday afternoon, x
&tm i .a J i' a..i-. i if... I. YtJio Snmnr t'irMes. and the address to
-u. .iA;t Biinisierejw uie gwsjici oi cv--pv - . i that tne committee oi arrangemcuw
m dcnoniiuation tell tlieir congregations the literary society, oy ir. waven oi inu- bQr may provide for their, entertain
?tlf A.r.L, i -i Iff vPnl!(rn. tcmklnlaceh Wednesday. It I v -
rtliee$t uieL ill; atdUlVa v tliy V. C's. first visit to our village and
fletMmhu thv cloakiksoaiMf many;irf oOr ,pfiad I never, heard him
Speaker Randall tells his friend
hat Congress! will sit until tlie 1st of
ninffattne ixonu at icasv i mcu - i , , ; ,,f t, . , -. j i
fe - , rv.. i . I aa : ia r.iinnna in its effects. And July, and the Speaker s friends say,
''iwi.lAtWind bankers. cry o revolution. iue jugivui s- - -. . . A; : v i i
speculators anu oanKer. e, J t"i xr i with thi as manv other iniuri- that he encourages a prolonged ses-
We are disposed to credit Secretary Sher: qUeiiee of this, Judge Mackey argues, yet, with this, as many ouier lujun , e, i &
... i i . ii At,s 1 ... . .. wwt.tio towwn.v(wl sion. and holds that the -Army. Ap-
man with nonest anu oencvoiem Would be to stop the wheels oi gov- ous piutiitra, PT.w..Wj,...- , , - .
advocating anci securing the issue of these I w .ntirplv rlo-e all the debark knowledge their evil influence and propriation bill ought not to bepassv
certificate,!; bu at the same time it would disband the army and call in power, but will not abandon or con- ed and that (the struggte with tho
rtlJf hrtlwns endeavorinsr to score a ments, tllSDailU tne army, anil caii f , XpnVtUnt nnht -in lw mnd a nrn.
.X.., nb. Prudential the national ships of war from the demn them oecause uiey UP u ."n'i," ,1 " . ' ,7,' i''
wutim rr - . , Ae,0 UnrAlv nliurvpd bv those who oouncea ana outer as possiaie.
i-ii'l-A i. ..1 ,:ti. n-ctnnni . k ..... Tkn nntno! PAiciilt ho nl fi i n I customs larffd V Ouberv eu uy uioai, W 1JU , . r
rn r tniift ki iinr mo uiiusuu o.ui.v. 1 1 1 11 peas. aii uliuui v i . w - -
. . j .j- 0 - - .. ..
Should this appendage to his financial plan W0U1J be that Northern Republican
be still adhered to as forming a part of the it i- : M offijr to furnish the
whole, wejapprehend that when the trouble ffnlWnment. and
would then cry out that they had
j saved the republic.
He represents Senators Hampton
have the name of being generous and Speaker has a good deal of influence
i i .i . I 1 I in frfA Honspl whmh. rivp his nmn-
breaks, aslbreak it will, his popularity will
take wings and vanish. Ral. Rett.
shunned by the stingy, hard-fisted W the Honse which, gives his
lous ana wishes importance.
Ycto dumber Three.
Senijtor jTance at Lynehburg
S SenatorjVance spoke to a large audience
A summary of the message which
Mh. Tjii4bman -a'd the Ohio
QovernorsHip. Wellington-J- d i s-
patches to the New York andCinciu-
nd Butler as favoring the policy of Mr Hayes gent .to C011gress y ester- j,ati papers assert quite positively that
... iJ....i 'a1.-... f..;- of T vnliliiir(r n-iucimr t!l il nnrniirint ioll bills. ! and I i . I i-il.-i l.J Ill
: at ine annual ;;iuum.i.u - -j e ru,-,",'b ---- n t i aay in reiuriiiugio inai uuuy uusijjucu i ine irienci.s c
! W lnrHiv. The renort of the Xeirt. of pynrpsincr tho oninioil that theLi " i' : A I I t jj r. i
-v ( j o ine legisiaiive, ciecuiiv
that city, jives the following : Democrats have nothing to fear in appropr;ation bill, is to
-After die conclusion of Col. Maryo sad- , , with their 4 ' ,
Senator Tliurman have
ve and judicial j determined to press him for the Deinb- 1
Salisbury brethren have I extended to us a dress, Senator !Z. B. Vance wayescorted to & o
cordial invitation, and delegates will re- 1 1 j,e 8tand Iby the following named gentle- reconl.
iiien: Hon. K,1E. Withers, Uen. J. Aany,
Walker. Hon. Thomas
be seen in our
ceive a generous welcome tb the hospitali
ties jof that city.
We will make application to the railroad
authorities in the State for special rates,
and information concerning the same will
be given by the secretary, as soon as arrange
ments are made. ! -
We trust the various associations will
elect delegates at once and notify the Se
cretary, T. M, Pittman, Charlotte, N. C, so
that the committee of arrangements at Sahs-
Hon. Jarhes ;;A.
Whitehead, D. A. L Clark, and Messrs. C.
W. Button, John W. Carroll, T. C. S. Fer
guson an E. 1. Goggin.
"Senatqr Varicc was introduced oy um.
Mr. Hayes' trouble, he thinks, is
that he is under he control of the
worst element of this party, -and has
stiusrsled with his conscience against
the party necessity. He has been
cratic nomination ior viovernor oi
at-arms John u.
recognized as Sen-
telegragphic columns this morning, phloi. Scrgeant-s
This messa ire. like the others, is mere- friioirmson. who is
0 , . - , . j 1 j , .
ly a campaign document, and even as at0r Thnrman's-right-hand man, is
such, will not carry much weight with represented as expressing tfie opinion
A full programme of the convention, an-
neara mm i ....u...; anhipct for
wiui imic uiv j'ai . uiov , .suu i - - -. l - I 111111 iii'iii' i no ti uci v av - -
rtttttliL Iwl ...J .....t. ;Aimi;Jtc betoreinirepbtatipn however, had led ...:n u t u . f-w
r fet if sued at ithk law. tl.ev shoiihl in an
it sltitlk' awaJrV and! hid'tWr "coat isusejs to tell Worth t jronnians .. to ;W' Vesent and address the
,rWUiebe:fttinlil: tor tl,ft ,liphnrirMf luai 1U i4"'r " 'iJ ' 7'r
a. a , -f . a- v 1 convention,
that his duties did not I
to remain with us longer.
L H. Foust,
Uiwr;detW ILeJ hem iwarp lthe debtor M3c re-?
X 'snWiif "tlLt l.l.:ii!;-iAjsi.?;r.'l nermit4he Dr.
ifcvl!ir :t ! .lL?i .:. V - a ai. The exercises were enlivened with music
4 -"-"l"1 uiij ejiruuy noinesieau, iu vow i - i i., 1 a t. -i w j
mT o their1 eili ti i,v thWdebtr by the."Mt:'PleaSantA(Jornet Band," a band
: Wi able tri live comfortably- xther- Uhat owes all of it. pnncency to the caretul
iftbar ito thenjoymentof that and aecurateUaimng of ro . v. ti jneare
!n.j.:?' . :il .. . r . .. -I cailirV snffif.ient testimonv that the
i "vuitaa ol mi it vcrwhicn -lies in ute j v'xt " r:"; j i i - "
i' .! i J f .' -i .. ' I miicii wn PTrellent t I . . pri '1 -I-! ClnrAnn
r'oiaa ueius bcVond the trrave.-v ? T L - . - ; I . j. . Wtrongiy. -jne arrawta v ' uu,Ufc"'
!! r -.1 is t l . v I v nntir.e m our community a party 011 .
fv every; school-teacher, anu 4 every 1 ; t a- i.- . ijNewxoric,
WiilbfU J. - . ' : Knrthern centlemcK recently come, who ! , .
Tuosl iL PrrncAir,
Sec State Ex. Com.r
Foreign immigration is setting in again
-teacher. and every . "v-------.. 1 wew 1 one, last wcck, v
SiiiUrj'fc-. ;:t . - ., . 1 1 a: Korthern centlemch, recently come, noi ,. .- . . a
f r wi aiamnv, . aaopc, some piau 01 1 -. . ! n,. lHe 8irauH,( 8tuw J
Ji-1 ' 1i - ' . .. I nrn lrwikin &11CT minilli; IirullCI tj.. licit I .. .... . . a
nuigpy example, lectures, nml other- 1 -;- - . ai1 c ... inatineimmigninis
1 ' .v . " , . - I: ..iftweprhnn in the State than thlftl , .. . . .
w,;timrincinlesof honesty. That the " "i a u
last week: were about 6,000 and
they have advices
... " Ml
ue this jweeK win
this larsre number. The new
wijirincipiesoi nonesiv. 1 uat iiie 1 . - '--..! . iJ.j u I c' cu y
rUru;.I ..... 5..t..u h, for paying property of that kind, and it is emhnce .11 nationalities, but the
Wmkthk iu. ,li."..;i,t hoped that the parties just alluded to w. l . .. G-illu predominate.
i - iiii. iiiiiifniwhii niniicn 111 iinr iiiiii 11 ii 1 t. -. - -'4-
r w- ? L v.rr r.nrnrirttpsneech. af- nursuuded to thuk I that the Demo
. A. JJMtJ v J "J-J'.-r -.j--,---, ,
yht irlmppplpd to deliver h moKt Lrfl;n nnrtv in the i
excellent Uddress, which from the first sen
tence to the last, rivitcd the strictest atten
tion, an4 elicited frequent bursts of ap
plause, itn ateinpt to print an abstract of
the snecci would do manifest injustice to
the distinguished sjcaker, out we ecno mo
opinion of all vho heard it wlicn we say
that it wasconspicuuusij v...y..j -practical,!
common sense address, full of
u - f 1 1 Li
sound locic. interspercea wiui ms cnaiau-
teristic wit, and clothed in the most choice
up a Band of Thletes.
w I;. -- i
it. It docs not lie in the moutu oiJthat JUr. lhurman will ue. tne nonii-
Mr. Hayes, least of all raen to make nee, an that
war upon the system of tacking poli- tion no matter who the Republicans!
tiral legislation unon appropriation mit no
. , . . - o t .1 r
in hi -Srtllll 1.4 lint 111 IK I I 1 - I... a.1 :.. f .
uduu pai ijr in i-ii . o uuis since lie iia vuieu 111 vugii
else than the old Confederate army i faV0r of this very thing, and it
without the uniform ; that it is jfull- doesn't stand any Republican in hand
fledged and ready to fly at the first Hayes nor any one else, to argue
fair day. that supervision of elections is nec
essary to maintain, their purity, see-
ing that that party has never exercis- Qre whUe Thejr foral a gan
ed this supervision in the past except s -a10 w beeni a ter-
Nashville, Texn., May 25.
Haifa score of robbers have been ar-
languageJ Pijrhaps no'address on a similar
! .. AiJl : . t..n nirsn cn inmnlptn
occasion m n wj " i' " i -!satisfacti4n,
4d delighted so many classes
and condtion$ ot-people. There was some
thine in ik to Inlease everybody, and even
those whose expectations were highest, were
more than satisfied.
Speaking editorially of the address, the
Jteittsaysi: Hthespeech of thisdistihguish
ed gentleman; yesterday, at our fair, not only
Senator Hampton, he says, will make
his first speech in a lew days, j and
will have a word to say about Con
federate brigadiers. ;
now, in jail. Some are colored and
ror to the neighborhood for a long
i . : .' ..." m .'
time. A great quantity ot jewelry:
for the purpose of falsifying public
I sentiment as expressed at the polls.
Words. Professer Max Muller quotes j Upon this point Mr. Hayes's theory
the statement of a clergyman that eonie of jg very excel!cnty as a theory, butf the
the lasers in his parish had not 300 words . ! p,e kuow o teir what Jt
in thiir vocabularv. A well-educated per- r , . . .
in tneir vocaouo.. , Avheii put into practical opper-
son seldom uses more than about 3,000 or j . . r
4 UUO WOraS in actual wuiumuuu, ... . nem tiuzciiiui tntit kvnu, iaaov!
rate thinkers and close reasoners, who se-1 The veto develops nothing new. It of lynching are made.
..iti, n.dt nicptv thp words that ex- ..iritlf ifnMi nupr thi (rrniind traversal- :' . V " "
I ire I. n mi ... j oiiaji h .
ar.tlv lit their meaning, empioy uiutu , , i?phl can Senators and
J . j VVI UJ ,MV .
larger stock ; and eloquent speakers may j.,, in tieir discussions
irito a command ot iu,uuu. jsuaKspeTe, ,
I : . . i . Ihia lull fll
. ' .il i
was! rccovereu. Among uie;
was found an array revolver, i carry
ing such a ball as was used in the
assassination of Maj. Pugh, a promi.
nent citizen jof that town, last
"rto loziiiess anu uisnonesij , i , , i x&Jmr..
'thafc uil i F 'L - , a i a ii they have invested. Weare
,; m l lafmcs 41 dishonesty -beget all r. 1 mm
nd :liahouestv , beiret ail l " s. . - -i ; a.
lortRisfU a 1 Jr- ' . ... . . . see enterprising men visiting our, wuiiiij,
todi'fifi ow -v"-it make us feel that we are a factor m the
.T.H StatN Laaess and dishon- nf thtt .woriaa t wealth. We wel-
:J1 Howodi. itl.Pv nrri! H.w bliirht- v.. . . " !.-. 3."-:'J.. i : ; a.-
A nrnnnrtinn nfT.nirlish is looked for
I A A, IttltiI 11A w. "--3
succeed oace gumnierhan heretofore, owing to the
always glad to ;r An..i Mra there.
W IVAV IraCSVA iiiuuemHi 1
Birr Svstkmatic Jubt Packixc There
nroduct ot ine :wons iwcauiu --ne 1 . .. . ....
prouu v , : t . are some State courts where juries are occa
Come men w no come oere-irora ihc wuiuii .. . .. . a ca "s i -
come , : a I v?n11v nocked .bv corrunt country officials.
IUIIOV - v " " f ' , .
to de-1 hnt svstematic and lawmi jury-pacxing omj
ml con I AKfB:no .n thn TWIpr&l pourts of the South
the hocUt Tk7 r ' fi f-Vv def them among our greatest public uen- hl the Veto power to
v uc pockets of burglars with falso keys, .fctori Let them continue to come, and J -"r M At- r
Mmd i.rilf I etactors. fl ' tinne thJs ;,nfaraous wrong. 11
LL:r.w.; tn h!a JiparPtn. but
cave general wow" -- , . to coramana oi iu,uuu. oiibkbic, - , - .... - . .
was the cjccaslon of some brilliant hits in a j " diglaed a greater variety of egress- of this bill, and even as a campaign
cross-fire jot wii, in won ii ocuatvr. , .. Drobablv any other writer in any aocuuieui n is uui RC7 w j.w.w
and General J. A. Early took part. The i . n produced all his plays with about Verv efiective. DaiU Charlotte 0b-
15.000 words. "Milton's works arc built up'
with 8,000, and the old testament says au
it has to say with o,G42 different words.
Governor! as tjur people call him, hai added
to his hiib rebutation m this city, j j
- - 'i . " .
Rock Iill JItraU: Passengers from to
wards Cliarldte report that on Monday af
ternoon a most desstructice liailstorm
I ' . . Al. C-A-A.
swept actoRs the country, near ine fDiaic
arson. I nmv thev always e succcssiui.
i The Reporter says that on some of
t,r .urnTnNAiu. -The term the i! ulautations a few miles west of
A . i
'- A .''A1' t I -'-.I
penny as applied to nails is supposed, to oe (jiiester, the negroes, nave oeen seizeti
.. . o .
1000.. Ac "'T'
I swept across itiie countrj, v f .iw
.. - .a 'minr in n 1 corrnntion - ot fwvna. inus FCU"J ,ith a relirious lervor Or ireilZV W
I line, niieen nuivs t- o -r r r . i .. . -t--- . - .
r terlv direction. It is said that the stones 'nails equals 4 R to the 1000 nans; o penDv vprv rcatlv with farm
'were nearly al large as hen eggs and that !eQnals 6n,to the 1000: 8 penny equals 8 lb . " r
i i . . - :t a i...aa n.ro cntmif r-nt n , . . . . . in nip nrrxi'iiL uiaav wumiuvii v
j wheat, corn anu 4 1M0. 10 penny equals 10 10 to uie - - - . ..
:- i ti, 4Wlr of the stortn. whiclwas :l ine iw i j i . r T,. .v .
inffum pitvto i!- :--. - ,
Most of us pass ourlives in regretting tho
past, complaining of the present, and indul
ging false holies of tire future, when it would '
be vastly better to cut a pole, dig sonic"
biit; and go fishing. Oil City Derriel.
The Bjoh.Sobt. pF..llA3r.Thj8' ?Ticin
ity of Port Belknap swarms with Bioux.
A man nameti Lloyd, while camped-twenty-milqs
from the post, was attacked by fifteen
warriors.' He scooped out a rifle pit wjth T
his hands, and- after a desperate fight of .
twof hours' duratioa iu which three Indians
were killed, the intrepid white man suc
ceeded ih driving off his assailants. Lloyd
had1 but three cartridges left when the ar
aei abandoned their attack. - ! , '
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':h : It :
: o 7 - v Wl uo l Hinuu ni.ll lllv.1 4 ..- , ' 1 1 A
! I 1 i . - I i S . ' 6r i n v. I taC.
ic custom tor tuc last, ici
r--' .r-.- - ; ! L-'i ir- v-. -: . ; , T; f -; :A-: : - k-: . ri ! - w.:;.;v:k.?.. - ;V...-v