R OW A N TO! INTV14 1)0111 in. matters of church and mate." the candidate of
xv W vv nn yuuil x .X (School Hist. ik 37.) Those werahejdajs, aud Montgomery,
L i . 1 ' r from 1738 uutil 17CG, when the KevJAlcx-j Legislature, discus
r l ' 'ill after the 1st day of January,
ftfrintiou price of the Watch-
TURIN DI AN WARS, SCHOOLS, SOCIAL
LIPE; ; r
Though tire Indians had-retreated from
for -seats in- the next
is, iu the coming cam
anuer raigneau, resiucu in aiecKienuurg natgn, a liroiMisiiiou to cremei n new coun
county, but extended his labors to the net- tv. hi takiuz a nart of 1 Davidson on
i w iioiesaie or?eries. v
.A SUirtlmg Discovery in Richmond A
l'lomiitent irgima Commits forger
c Amounting to $28,000.
paid! in advance, SI -50 the land occupied ly the whites, :"yct they
iient delayed ! tuontns, z.uo i still coutinuea upon the lrontiers, and both
i ' r f iiiCin. (It-Mil I.U vi..5 . ... irvnvv "M Tim, 11 V U11CU IKCU'iU 1 . . . . '
.( i i .- i 0rt,..., n r- t... i-reaa ana write, ana cinner as rarias tne whet ipr in rm rnmu ur
rs i i t i i svit"-"i'. vu me i etui us vi iuc iur-i . . . . t - i -
i IXVuhi cold rinff, with the let- an County Court, about .175C, there is! an bn,Sle le-pf Three", with considerable that is bo productively p
3TAt v nlv scratched on the in- account of a visit from a party of Indies, an" -. ""SH 2?.
j l.tu' , 5 , ..j- . nni. Su nnn n ouaH. a Snai inn. Uieir Wlllltr imnbiailOIi III UIOIC tO'.orni UariUUIll. 1 lie?
I icwaru . c t , Tn,n.,n nrhno sn i.r,ri. Ritu. witu tnem, ana Mnwf; "ueniamsciiafuicues i better eaiinre a direct tax. rq
f LLi. ilVirAiaaa ottice.
1 v -
llemeuts of Rowan, and laid the foundation south, of Randolph on the soixthwest, aud
ot I nyatira. Fourth Creek and Centre of Montgomery on northwest. ,
Clnirches. The inhabitants, being of that Of tho extra session of the; Legislature
respectable middle class of society, Equally as'called by the Governor, tdj meet ou the
iBiuuvwj iiuiu ntu cuuiruicu viuesjii mc i loin insu, our iieipie u uun caiickv iuucu i reporter j on baturuay afternoon that a
fifignaDt meat c eynn rfaim iJte!- prohvinent, citizen of Richmond was
could tacle: butther do think thae state s.tock, p-?,0oc,i oto i
other property, I onco set t wont to learn the name of the
rohtably to Mr. guilty party and the character of liis op-
ti.?nv i,.wi perationa. Our reader will be as much
enable ns to 6alletl fwiien tney seo ills name as we
One incident in the congressional sthool
forj scandal is that Senator Hill intimates
that Senator Kellogg instigated the woman
Jessie Raymond to make her attack upon
his (Hiir) reputation. 'Hill Is chairman of
the Privileges "and Elections Committee,
When Information reached a Ditpatch 19 1003 to;rPrt in favor of turanjc K dlogg
uui ju vrucr to give iuc seat m a ixiuisiaD
Democrat, and it is suggisted that t politi
cal and personal matters are somewhat
mixed. M '. . ,
"ACORH cook stoye;
burv on tlieir wav to the Oatawbas Tlifir esanguuen, or union uymn iooKi auapt- tinwl the W estern VJ. liaiiraotl, tuan n"re wnru wo ..iscenaiucu mat ur. in
olyect -was to conclude a treaty of pqace I ed ton? wants f both Lutherans and Oer- UelVuta vast sacrifice, such Valuable
if.- ciiibarr Silver Cornet band ua- with Urei latter, and thev asked that a "Pass" formed, in those nays ti'-u. i- perty
T i L-s, ,t x'a r imvft piiffnril rn l oranfM tn tliom -anrl ft a tnk-pn ot their I . j,,..
:,tVmrV " I : : I rrnrwl will tl.. Ipft a lt " nr -trin1i of by some
v i . ii.K. r'miinit'uceuieiit ui vuwu ........... ---- - -- .-o -- ..
IUO ,V " . UHr.n..im " in m1in,lunr lia. nrlr ftf 1,D US wmitlillll
ther R. pickmson, etlitor and proprietor Mr. Maggie Saixuers, consort of Capt.
ot the rianter ana farmer, well known I Win. JU I Saunders aged about 37 years
Court. But their vi3its were not all of such
a neaceful character. The! terrible war-
Usu STATioxEKY. It will be seen w 80inetiraes ran out j the deaa hours near an
!- i. . ' . ... . 1 a. a, ii I . . ; ' j I ifPonnn
J rn . . Ti J I
t i !ih Rnrinp item? lorwaru.i our iarmers 1 i - : 11. 1 r f 1 nwojieni n .1 ni f tt.ti.nnv
riti7pn w!iou. knowl-Hb'c of lettern I -----1----0 v-r. . - - w mc agucuimrai couiiuuuuv ui v irgin- .v. u.wUJ
w.i.iu iivjv Diivn .v,..,, . tillMjjirillf. With Illllf ll Zmi. lOr mailt- I . . 1 . . . . - ami IT iir A,.
g above the arera;re. They y: " r ;.f."" - , ,M.nK ,n tvho Had been regarded as a gen- ZrLr' v,.' ' ' " '
tlie name of ' Old-field, cIkms from ilw SWJ.at of ti,eir brovts, thus ful- tleman jin every way above reproach, Smithvilhv about the year 1849. She
they were "fJ10" 9 tilling one injunction at least, of Holy was the person guilty of this serious off- was a iaeinber of the fir-t Presbvteriau
y;fiel?"r .lf r". KTflfl Writ. Some of obr farmer Ibave a habit Cnse. I (old wrhddl) church that was organized in
- iuc uFn juuu.i 0f niantiuc and sowinc fields, that arc so i
hM SOmeiUllliT losav lO UlCUr I v nirlt nn1 familixt hf fhfr sittlra I
3f'lf ti .H,.arc!hi l- rrUl fr place for the games of the boys, such as! utr t. ., t. v , Mti.:ll,; ThU wr. I
J!' 7 V- to a hopeless captivity bevond the nW.un- "T0" 1' . ull-pen- -Cat" or prison- ;.e.,miUtljt uemuera one, just now, who W
uiiV..y. , , . ; ,-.,,,. Uai vVcsroMhe BbieRidge. Wherdthe Kasev w"e on its eage me rJ""'r has planted or sown a certiaii field every J
t. o 1 . .. .i . . Icil lnfi pnim-pd themsL'lves with :t lie less t 1 , . . , I l
I! y:M,o-iimx8 &Ca. anew firm " lVc "ut "uw-hm . . - - on n( ..ni;r,,i.mWa.i,rf" " ' "H"
: iJi'- i urnfi mn(riur in nut m iimmrr. 11 irri 1 r in miiv. i i - ry iitii u u nmrii irrti 11 11
1 f c- r r9i a: i u iv 11.,. 1 . 1 1. -.4 ft u l1.. a nsi f ' aaa ' 1 - tr. ::,
-ifei-- I i I ... T ..-1- .! v !
1 diifhf three popular young
TO;fW,w.ned: in the Dry Golds'
erful ahd warlike Cherokces.
(1 in the Dry Goods and
business, next 3oor to Iloralrs Jew-1 scribes
U r-oil nhd see them. ' Thev are Inures
Vy ' - . 1 .
j.hM'311"- " ' ' yon.
tr 1 i. ...f !. I
TrUfft OvEItMAA nas ...... sj,aJ
ilotil-& Overman;- and will continue a ma of jelouds. ; Thece th't-kyVcJiffs,
....... Litinlnn'r flir I rtlJt HHM.IV lilt; nuivn..?l in-wio J .''v
siorui: mere ine-ifviiiiLT bi-wix- am
with niagmlisi3 and Jloweiing .lorest trees,
decorated with roving climbers, and sttng
with t lie perpetual note of the. whip-ioor-
wiil : there the wholesome water gushes
profusely from the earth in" transparent
It appears that for nearly two years beUAwrfncH ,cm?!f S,,e 5", Ca,t
ft . m k-'aLaBVB T W VUt' Vltl W W wak 114
been using the forged endorsations of beiovea uy .11 and leaves nine sisters two
. i.; t? E' - . .
eier xicKiuson, proprietors oi me brothers and many, , other relatives aud
emnoHS tieraia. 10 neirotiaoie notes 01- l menus 10 niuuru ncr iww. v.
L i v W .... .... I t. ... i 1 . ...;-. . . . , .
What on earth he means ... .. i. . . . .
roft, in larijrnagc that beautifuliyde- "aney-"J5i. ' ""'Vrrr V no mortal can tell. Hapien what may, w city or soiu yo note oro- A t ROCHESTER PHYSICIAN S EX-
the sccnerv of that region, thus I ic- craney-crow, i ne passing inneuw iuu . . . . ; ewrv,i Tear. Mtlnt- kere. For several months past he has I i! PERIENCE. -
i i i -1 yt i t - . . j.tTi. r i i Jituii 1 1 iv iuc i acm7iiiwiis sfst--i-ii i m . : ?
me ianu oi rue viieroKeesv-. r 7 a neir - f:. , - At v..4 S anu numping airer , ju ,uiow, siowiy aisp forced .the endorsations of Rev. Ueo. R. Caulk ns. M. D..of
3 were encircled hy blue Mils rising ue- , . . : tiJ acivss that field, which is as lMKir as urick- n TvW H Tl f R.. Itlr W who cprfifioa.fOet. fith. 1879.
. - . ,w. 1 1 uiiv ail f 11 in n 1 iirv iiiut'ii 1 111 11 i rni i r t- 1 ' a v . vvm w j a .w . - . r
l hills, ot which the loity peaks ,wouia : , ' . ,-J uiisr, and has no briars, Aveeus, grass, or , T . . . ' . tli Sif Kidnpv and U
. . J 1 . . . hmr nnfl rp;ilmr Ifasuti nloilfl R(nipt lnil'S I . ' . . 0 ' lma rwnntlv liwii nn n vuif. tt thin niin. UI" o" i Iviunev nuu -
II. ' 1 1 n-l 1 1 t i . I ,i.a I . " r T I ... 1 ... . . 1 1 u l.l lunii IWU I . - . vv.. M .v.w WW. ...-.vmu I . a
,c un ii. i. " rciitlirin the Kcliool-room a verv Balel of ' ,l,,v "" w .. r I ; , - n. . T. . I practice lor diseases ot
owinc ridges -envelope tlw valleys like """- tn.f 1,.KK ,4"Klm'1 fid sese! of cix-at equauiniity-.yajid actually try, and also of Rev. Charles D. Taylor nil t. .anU
that lie has used
iver Cure in his
the kidneys and
i;iih t lll' l pmuuux AO - iuc nrttkiivi , ti n , A , . . , . - 4, j '
rmer-if the school- did not-close tip for ft:e,,, plow-iat liekt in-order to see professor in ake lorest .Colleget -Nortli jn the extreme. Heaays: 'l would now
the summer-the, children would devote hui !,loW; " never , Waskiiown to Carol in aboth of them brothers-in-law prescribe; the same reruedjr all similar-
SThWe wha projM)se to coiitrib
,tflrislr Relief fund are requested
!. :,i nfiMiiri! l?n 'Sr. fJri'fn-
week, ' as they wis.h to make a re-
fflt!inMn iIod;iy next
i!'.; j- o
I if' mw . 1 fl. ll.-l
v titBcRvr: e regret wwmi mui
t o Liiikc'r o mul, situateuaiew nuie
rttitu this place, was destroy eu..iy nre
utajliiglit last. It was the work of
and the public- was snr
icarii that two respectable men
neighborhood. A. II. and bred.
jiy brothers, have ieen iuuu-i u
wipHlni Tlie; pre.liininary examination
is M at 'tlie office ot T. U. liaugh-
rM I'll while we goto press.' -
! ii :
Itii! IIkalth ! Frret not the Su-
jnddnt's' notice, re citizens of Sali
thin up your preinises witliout de-
hpriJ will s()n bi; here, ant! ;ur
rf-ot -rlcsircs tlw; -co-operation ot
Mlj.. And ye. Mayor and ctmnnis
fiei not the suggestions made by
themselves to the
bors, with, moss
ing lranches of
But the people
tAfwtWki ago and act upon them now
the weatlietis cool.
M i J. J. SUMMEREIL.
for Rowan Co.
L. I J B itt, of Charlotte exhibi
ii4 j spiendid .panorama, of the
Apocffyptic vision af St. John, Monday
ai?l f Tuesday evening, at Meroney's
i taken as a work of Ai t, it is fully
springs snow white cascades glitter on tlie common "old-field school.-' About 17(50 a
hillsides; and the rivers, shallow, but pleas-1 classical school wasestaolisheu at lieiii-mont.
ant to ; t';e eye, rush tlirough the narrow near Uol. Aiex. Usborne s residence, c-ailefi
vales, which the abundant strawberry irim- the ' Crowlield Academy." The location is
sons, and coppices of rhododendron 1 and about two miles north of Davidson College.
flaming azaleaabrn. At the fall of the on the head-waters of Rocky River, and in
leafrtlie fruit ot the mckorv aud the chest- the bounds of Centre Congregation. Here
nut is thickly strown on the ground. , The a numlu-r of distinuislied men, w ho acted
fertile soil teems r.jth luxuriant .herbage on j well their part in their tlaj-, received their
whicli the roe-bXck fattens: the vivityin'g education, or were prepared tor; College
breeze; is laden with frasrranee ; andf. dav 1 Among these were Col. Adlai Osborne, wlie
break is welcomed lv the shrill cries of the! was for a long time Clerk of Rowajn Super
ior Court, and a leading man in the Rowan
Committee of Safety at the opening of the
Revolution. Dr. Samuel Ensebius MeCor
kle. the pastor of Thyatira aud )iTacher in
Salisbury, and who for a long time conduc
ted the ZTrrSParriassijji Academy," near Thy
atira, also becan his claieal, studies1 at
-Crow field." Dr. James Hall, the soldier
preacher of t!e lievolution, the founder and
conductor of "Clio's Nursery" School, on
the headwaters of South Yadkin, ibegan his
literary course at this same Institution. The
same is true in regard to Dr. Ephraim Bre
vard," who is said to le the author of the
Mecklenburg Declaration ot May 20, 1m o.
The Rev. David Caldwell, about 170G, is
snid to have taught in the Crowfield Acad
emy for a.fhort season. But lie soon remov
ed to north eastern Rowan now (juiltord
where, after a short time he established a
school on the headwaters of North Unfialo,
; gentler samesof inarbles, ' " "9 . " " t " of Dr. Luther R. Dickinsiin. It is stated J aftlicted,
ho;e keeping In leafy ir- u i.. .a that all the endorsements of the names of 8ta,ie 1" olr
rartKts beneath the spredd- " w"v 'i "'i'" " ' " r : , , . . ' JanitoApt
the trees i j ! any man living jor dead, lour cones- these gentlemen and they are said to be j j 5!
.nVr ; poimcufc wonm gi.uui,iwisi; auwo mnmerous on paper drawn bv Ur. L. R. A Tit"it
ACADEMIES. ! nien ti wake un. eveu thoti'di it be late . . ? m. I -ILv
-i4t. .1 e .1 ' 1 I AMCKiHsoii are iorgenes. xuis lsuisoi T .,, ...
were not content with the in tli -if tviwwui nr tiuir Iiva. :im! ni-Ktl 0 I T will if
MBftJi3jiTaiiy panorama yet exhibited
'UwM'&otiie consider it the best. It was
jiiiiliii4y' latrouizwl, and' we learn
hjmrfltlie! press it was well received
ircrtrgliout the State.
i j - O .
rf i i Salisbury, -March 12.
&r Sir: I "bee leave to correct Hie
social niiihthawk and the liquid carols of
the mocking bird. Through this lovely re
gi)u were scattered the little villages of the,
('herokees, nearly fifty in number, eachjeon
sisting:of but-jufew eabines, erected vhere
the bend in the mountain stream affordat
once "a-defence and a strip of .alluvial'! soil
for cultured (Hist. U. S. Vol. S. pp. 2tu-7.)
In 175!) the whole frontier of the Southern
Provinces was threatened by the savagfs,
and the Indian scalping knife had already
begun its bloody work upon the unsuspect
After the reduction of the French Forts
of Frontenac and Dunnesne bv the Ameri
can forces, the Chirokees, who were fillies
of the Americans, on their return home, ap
propriated some, lorse3 to tlieir own use
from the pastures of the Virginia settlers.
Upon-this the Virginians rose against them
and slew twelve or fourteen of their warri
ors.""". This ili-adied severity aroused the
whole nation, and tb young warriors; ilew
to arms, and begun an indiscriminate slaugh
ter, of the white settlers. Gov. Littleton-of
South Carolina promptly called out the
troops .of the State, and in this campaign
voting Francis Marion first flohed his tuaid-
en.sword. Col. Hugh Waddell, of BeBor.t,
Bladen County, North Carolina. -was sint to
the west to aid in "holding the Indians in
check. Ilis head.juarters were in Salisbury,
while his troops ranged Through the 3 foot
hills of the Blue Ridge. Under his direc-
tion Fort llobos,-on the neao waters 01 me
and you are at. liberty to so
FOR THE CAMPAIGN,
nrnnorl w cninnr!lrri1 lwfrin
fertilize such field, then plow and sow, of all his notes bearing the eudorse- t,o pubheat ion of n campaign0 paper, on
aud then reap.
Married in: Her Night Gown.
A wedding took place a few days ago notes jj to be heia by private indi
that savors strougly ot romauce. e v;,inals. thouch- it is remitted that seven
ment of Jeter & Dickinson. br alout the 15th March. 1880 ; and wil
Tlie accrecate sum of these forceries continue to print it until after the Fresi
isitot fully known, but investigation dMtial Section, or for eight months from
shows; that it will not fall short of $28,-
000, aud may be larger. Most of the
thei time! of first issue. The price will be
Oxe DotLAU. A limited number of ad
vevtisemeiita will be inserted. All who
who favor the enterprise are earnestly re
que&ted to give to it that substantial en
were uotablo o asceiuuti the uaiue 01 of banks have
the bride, but the groom wiis a native of tj,emj
each one or more
J courageiiient necessary to insure sue
Onr nartv is woefullv in need of every
. 1 1 11 . . - r - . - . .
l'erqniuiaus . county, nameu iy. 11, Dr.: Luther R. Dickinson was at his of- help fo a thorough organization ; tor with
seems that the contemplated elopement f.n ,ilo 'rhniailnv mnm. ont it defeat is certain. It is of vital im
n...i wjti, Wiwr. until . .. .... . . . um i. i ,.. nortauco to all classes mat ine xremo-
IlltltiawV VA A til OUVII VJWV J
I nnf rMio 4""k nil tl.lQCAQ fltlT til
was ninunced with sucn sccrecv, uuiu ; 1 1 ri, ;ut,..it v hou . ..ft b i"",""v v" :
' . ' 0 t a ' J . cratic Party should triumph this year
a lew mini's ueiure ine imie, much t,ltMi that he was coinc to Louisa couu- -sn .rti.pt. firt tn
1 ' '
father was let into the secret by a confi- ry ,ur a feW auys. Jle was perhaps then properly inform
WILLIAMS BROWN" f !
Hit the xclusiT sale of thin ceh-brsto'l A
Cook 8to?e anu they are cing off liks hot i tt
A FIN2 JEESEY BTJXLV I T
at mv stable. A rare cliance to cross yonrr-i
stock with the very best, which all ought
. . f in vt ri
to embrace. ' rummi.
JAMES M. GRAY,
- Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
, SALISBURY, k a
. . '
Office in the Court Ilouse lot, next door
to Squire Hanghton. Will practice in all
Lthe-Courts of the State.
Blactmer and tolrai,.
Attorneys, Counselors .,
SALISBURY, N, O
VESTERll II. C. RAILROAD
da nt Sf the biide. The tuther's wrath
was kindled. He loaded hi
aware of the awful
S KUU UUU ;f t,w, in l.,.p.,t
1 the people; secondly, to Third Cree
, and thirdly, to induce Eluiwood
6 or. A,
k .. . ..
. . r l.l them to iro to the noils. Statosville
rt Ik t'X-l ! I- vy. I I 1 .1 II lOllilk I 1 - M 1
, .. .. .1 : ii I - I 1 III lltilrtt i mi mil v." , cicr.
awaited patiently tue coming 01 niegiooiu Jiud rllc public. Ou that day he wrote tlie llool;i" ,....11 ied on all matters of Newton
evidently intending to give him a warm .....1 4,r.,,.4i tilt5 r,,iiowinir confession of his iiublie interest, on the political Questions Conora
ion. The would-be J bride had re- ,rUilt: at issue in this year's campaign, and to Hic.kory
effect a thorough organization ot the uem-
fw.v.itii. jSYticuri'-if ii-n l.nrti ill lnwilll. T
... . .1 V.V. 1 ... lw V'".'i'V , t. . . v I fcj - " - - - - -
i.T .1.1, 4.. rki.l.-. ff. ti.f- ll'U.lwll flllll I . .1 f -1, 1 .
1 """ 1U .1... w want tor my reaiiers, inereiore, an uie nri (iffewater
1. p 1 .-1 i : 1 . . . titni p' i-:rr "1,ubv
creditors a irann siaiemeni, 01 my sin nuu in-oiile in the county. 111 my iriemi in Marion
the name aud the dilterent sections, assist me in obtain- old Fort
ing theiu by making up clubs, &c. Jleury
tiled fo her room aud lay wide awake, in
momentary expectation yf hearing the
sound ot carriage wheels at her gate, lit-
tie dreaming that her father was outside
with a gun. The pleasant sound soon
greeted her ears, but was closely followed
by the awful report of a gun.
about three miles from where Mrtensboto , tj;e (nation at a glance, the young
now stands. 1 his school was in operation . , .., il -, ,
and in this
ten years before the Declaration off Iudcpcn
ence, and alsoa number of years alter, and
it is computed that there were about fifty
ministers, lcsides a large nuniler who en
tered the other liberal profeionsj who were
educated at this rLog College' of 'orth Car
olina. The old field schools andla fewclas-
fina at this
Sontli Yadkin, near Statesville was erected,
kllhig nnstake I noticed in pur last and Fort Tell ico appears to Imvc an-
yw; you said light traveled , vpii, though not a citizen of Row-
ttbie rate of 11)2,000 miles per hour, also an County, spent a considerable portion of
4 rifts ball at 1,000 miles per hour. Light his time in the neighborhood of balisbury.
13 182,000 miles per second, a rifle and was the owner 01 W.T '
ill in I'll 111 ii'n .yiiiv v. iviuuiii ,
over six hundred acres on t he-south side of
Fourth Creek, and about seven hundred
acre ad ioininff the south line of the;Salis-
1iury Township lands, on both sides of
Crane Creeks. His Fourth Creek h-tuls he
sold in 17(57 to Walter Lindsay, Esq., ahd hi
hnuKnear Salisbury were sold in 179b to
Conrad 13 rem. and Louis Beard, j
At the defeat of Gen. BnuURick. in 17oo
ball at 1,(KM) feet per second.
tliJUl L......1...V ..FT? At IVirW
oiziieu. a ineiiioi-ir ji it. m. '
cLiioli Salisbury Male Academy,
case of Mowery r Conimission-
en iif Salisbury, ou appeal to the Supreme
CoijH, the judgment lwlo was afiifmed,
And the court held that "the Statute al- Mai. Hugh Waddell appears as t he comman
the commissioners of towns, and oer ot t wopn, pan.es .v'--
1 frn nnn in t hi r a ni'i 111 win at 11 l
IMtmd - Tt 1 mimoa o ctinl i 1 f t:ir (ill lllf1 I i ' . i -
niinunanf. in 7TH. Mai. Waddell with some
jivge oi seeping uog.s 111 iuc iimus ui xorti, Carolina troops served umier uenera
Miejji tqwu or citV, is constitutional; and
the tigltt of property in dogs is re-
zed" by la w."
i-i . -TP"
Uxclaimkd Lett Kits.
of unclaimed letters remaining in
Washington. It was a North Carolina sol
dieri named 'John Rodgers, a sergeant ma
ior in Wadilcll's troops, that captured the
Indian, whose mtormanon led to iiie niiacu
on and subsequent -abandonment of that
celebrated Fort, at the Junction ot the fliou
oivaheia and AHegarty Rivers, where Pitts
ti-ixi.-'ffi - uMiioi.n- v t- f .r..l linrir now stands. - Rodgers .obtained- are
uliWdni- 1. . I warvl from the Assembly of Nortli Carolina
sieal Academies comprised the c
facilities ot Western North Carol
ime. But those whose means would allow
it were sent to complete their education at
Vmceton, or "Nassau hall, as it was then
called. There under the instruct ions ot
President Witherspoon the clerical signer
of the National Declaration ofj Independ
ence they imbibed not only a knowledge
of the liberal ars and sciences, but also the
principles of liberty and independence.
which brought Jorth such rich
I irirl fuxl from her room 111 I.er 11 i 11 lit
clothes, joined her lover,
garb lied to Jlymcu's altar. The groom
was wounded in the ami; quite seriously,
llie couple passed through tills town cu
rdnte for Perquimans. -f-Elizabeth City
t'VUon. ' 1 j'"
A Drcain With la Moral.
fruit a few
Vr meritorious services.
110. II. Bargar, James II. Bowers, t i 1759. Col. Huh Waddell., with all the
indy Raker. '..-" 1 Provincials and all the militiaj of Orange,
C4-J. Conatzer. Miss Martha Ciiuch ton, AnsOn and Rowan counties, joined with the
MissNa'ttift PnrtPi- trooins of South Carolina, in an expedition
EMfsJgnes Evans, colored. agamst the Cherokces. Fort Pn nee George
, ' I Oil UIU IIU1IA3 III mv jijuuuii;;'. ...'"--! .........
.11. UUlOlI. ;.K. K Tnrll.n TVlM'T, lrf TTfTixvep
Jj-n hi; II. Johns. -v- v was-the place of rendezvous for the (North
J W.Smith. Miss Annio Stevenson, Carolina forces. The chiet ot the Chero-
isi Mary Jaue Smithy -Margaret - Sharp, keei, Atta Calla Culla, alarmefyt the ap
ed.; i nroach ot so numerous anxarmy, sueu ior
nyi..J :m 1 r 1 -1 I .w.nP and a treaty was concluued. toi.
" nvii Ltinni mi iii';i?mt tM a 1 1 rzi iilii t f -
f give date of list-
This is indeed an age of hurry ; not
only does Easter come earlier than it has
for several vears, but even the Equinox
which has been popularly supposed not
to l.u-due until the 21st, arrived in this
lattitude full two weeks ahead of time 111
the shape of the usual Eqninoxtial storms.
From iiresent prospects, however, it
promises to remain until Easter. We are
almost tempted to wish for the climate of
Peru, where it never rains.
The peaches are blooming and the oth
er, trees beginning to put forth their
Before the late rains, owing to the
presence in large 11 umbers of ilie Cicfulo
Ejcitiosa, the wheat was looking badly ;
now it, or perhaps the Grasshopper, has
taken a "new departure," and the crop
We are sorry to learn that the Scarlet
Fever is prevailing in Scotch Irish. Sev
eral cases are reported, and 0110 death, a
son of Mr William Stele. id.
D. L. Bkixcle, P. M; .
Jackson Hill Letter.
Maucu 8, 18S0.
Editor Carolina Watchman :
Never in the annals of our country
were turnip salad and cabbage half so
scarce as now, especially in the lower end
of Davidson county ; and never were peo
.t Llhioclivillc Items.
iTivo little colored liovs were scnffiinir one
Wnastlwcck, and one of them got his arm
MTOke.. Dr. W- A. Leazer was called in and
fodered the necessary medical aid, and he
f aow ..doing very well.
j Jplin Williford. ancL Dr. Leazer, moved
fPfj the Village-ast week, and according to
F custom that the b.ivs h iv
wiiii liUdtes, jewsharps.
Waddell returned 'home, where with five
hundred militia kept in JcnstanUswVieef he
prctecte. tne xromier o.r T,. fuller f money (silver es-
ot the t;neroKees, wiiofcc iv imi ........ . . t. v - '.. n...r a
ifesied itself on every suitable pecas on not- ,,.1' u7 ,0 , u v.
withstanding tne treaty i .1- . ; 1- ... anann nnA tlAVr wnJ it LHiWrhiir
1 1 it v 1 1 1 1 o cv U'lou j u. w - -jo c
rt "'Society and fecnoos. ! fairer prices. In tact, never was there a
c.k -na tliP.mnditionof the Inhabitants time when the price of an article seemed
of Western North Carolina from its first set to depend so little on its plentifulness or
lnnt i r mt 1745 un to the' beriod of the scarcitv : there is plenty of bacim, corn,
Revolution. Moore, in his history 01 iNorth wheat, oats, potatoes, conon, cjuuc, ipuies
purfilina df-scribincr this ner.od ot time, and horses, and yet ail tnese uringiau
' c-:. : . . . I . . 1 A.
with great truth and force says: VLite in the prices, constituting a general juimee 10
The good brethren of Hartford have
been dreaming dreams and telling them
at Friday night experience meetings. One
worthy deacon has related a vision in
which two brethren met in heaven, and
one of them incidently remarked that he
came from earth. The other immediately
caught at the idea and remarked with
much interest :; "Indeed! I also came
from earth." lie replied: "Is that sot
Pray, from what portion of earth did you
coiner' lie answered ; From the United
States of America." The other replied :
"Ah ! you did. I also came from there.
How happy am I to meet you and to make
your acquaintance. Now pray tell from
which of the States voucame." He replied:
1 came from the good'ohi State of Con
necticut the land of steady habits.'
More interested than ever,' he exclaimed:
'Is it possible ! If you will believe, I also
came from that State." Here he proceed
d to inquire.1 "Excuse me, but may I
isk further from what; place iu Connecti
cut you came I" "Certainly," ho replied,
'I came from Hartford." "How strange !
Why, I came from there two, and lived
there during all my sojourn on earth, and
ret we never made each other's acqnaiu-
ancc. The. inquiry then arose, "With
what particular church in that city were
you connected ?" He answered : "With
the Rev. --'s j church." He exclaimed,
"Astonishing! Is it possible ? I was a
mwuber of that same church, and yet we
never became acquainted or spoke with
each other.": The two: brethren implored
each other's forgiveness,; ajSd : asked God
to help them to set asitlcti carthly dis
tinctions and to live 111010. in the fellow
ship of the Spirit and of Christian broth
rhood. ! -
folly! in fraudulently using
credit of othem in the vain hope of extri
cating myself from embarrassments caus
ed I by bad management of my affairs.
Compelled to flee from my home, utterly
peuniless, I solmuely declare my purpose
to devote the balance of my life to the
payment of my every indebtedness, and 1
iuvpke a charitable judgment and treat
ment ou the part of all concerned.
"L. R. Dickinson."
Before leaving the city Dr. Luther R.
Dickinson made a deed of trust convey
ing the rianter and Farmer and all his
real estate to secure his brother, Rev. Dr.
A. E. Dickinson, for certain bona fide en
dorsements. It is understood, however,
that Rev. Dr. Dickinson refuses to occu
py the position of a preferred creditor
and has relinquished to the other credi
tors of his brother all his interest in the
property conveyed to him. This he has
done notwithstanding the serious embat -
rassmeut in which he himself is iuvolved
by his liabilities for Dr. Luther R. Dickin
J. J. STEWART.
Salisbury, Feb'y 18th, 1880.
Chew jacksou's Best Ssreet Navy Tobacco Salisbury
I have a fine collection of Plants, well grown, ii"".
at red need rales, -which" I will sell cheaper 0.,
7 25 , .
12(19 H. M
12 17 I
BEDDING PLANTS, CHEAP 1
than can h iurch:i8ed an v where else.
Price list free. Correspondence nolicited.
W. M. SMITH,
20:1m Concord, N.C.
9 .16 ;
7 44 !
6 32 .
6 00 A. XL!
rt n . v. A I . . . . . a.I.am . . . . 1 Z . ....
1 mm luuuua oliici u uaiuui iiiiiu
rrt?. and trnvp. tliHin a serenade.
ftnu accoru.ngio oountiCswas full of pleasure and our farmers.
tin n nlmv profit. Tlie Indians, save those of King Dnri,,g tlie w
!-,?if S' Blunt on the Roanoke, were all gone! toward I)Cople were in t
j pa hjstjFnduy night, the barn
JttjOverciuBa, who.-lives within a
eek just past many of onr
iioniilf. were, in attendance on the spring
the setting sun. Tlhe rude camns; or tne term of tj4e Uj,erior Court of Davidson
..i.... i, ...I imon ron (iii nv uni'K nr i it i.. ... n,..! in
Jii.iku- , , - - tr..;i;.. ,.-.! miluMin,!. I . .. , , . . ' . ; . .Li
iramcci inusv. iiupii.iiu.i 4;er mvoraoie circuiiisiaiires, n i .1 ipie.-
etq CninROcnvo wft!i destroyed bv fire, eripgs were iu..j I ; - " JacRsmi lllll, aild to Olliers living remote
-. . 1 ; . , - ' - " J J '
Pi a xo FAcromEs to Cixse. w
York, March 15. All the piano manufac-
tuers have made arrangeiqents to close I
their factories, to-morrow. It ja estima
ted that about 4,000 workmen have been
thrown ont of employment.
COTTON AND TOBACCO:
WAHN'S PLOW B2 AND
Raw Bone Super Phosphate
Diamond Soluble Bone
Ve are olTering tlie above P.rands of Gnano
h'rmers. coll fidently telieviiig that
they cannot juirclnise any other thai will give
; MONTREAL HEARD FROM.
ll. I. Moseiy. 01 .uouireai, au.iuii,.ei- i..n rMn i
tifb.l Sent. 27. 1879. that he had suffered ;.i;.,it-,ncr vnur natronaee. we hope lhat all
terribly from dyspepsia, and was com- I will call . and see us and hear terms before
pletely cured by taking arner s &aie making arrangement elsewhere
Trains mn daily. Sundays excepted- j
Train going West will breakfast .it States
ville and dinner at llenry. T ain going East
breakfast at Henry and dinner at llickory;
J. W. WILSON, President. , i
TIT A Tin
Other Pianos wear out
BUT THEY GO Oil EOREVER;
1 VICTORS la all rreat coo teat and tot Bf
veara paat the icknowledrci Stmlrd tlk
VVerfd. Musical Pert cUoo.Wonderfol DorabUW
tjr and Reasonable tJCst. Trua ecooooiT ladicateS
parcfeaMof feoia Ohlckerin and ao otfce
1 ...... ,-,,1 ti.f. np"-rn nuaic-rs atiucti cuaniis 1 j-. ...r ....,1 it-ia n.rv noat
with its contents, which consisted ' "V. v:' i fri. U.; "qm t,,c" -W""J' '-,.p"-
e-ambuiit of nrovendcr three head to ,ne midnignirevt;,. r : iuconveuiciice, it not a curse. 1 our cor
uaiuouDC pi provenucr, inric iu.au - e , on,i finakprs did not nrevail t. . 1.1 i..i....o..rU i..df
able horses, and five head of cattle. ,V1W t .,ii"i responueiii mu iue.i' V"r
b wasfirst dUwl atioutO o'clock. e Aioemar e reS.u.- - "1" week, of going to Lexington, a distance
U W. Stirewalt, and tko colored V? df n& 5 plead ? 21 ?ilcS' iu rle J t0 ""1
10; were a mil distant. 1 Thev went their big hoops v ere .never ' , YJIi:?f ders the penalty of a judgment '
i)o89ibU8nepdnd found the barn aswhen walking aminue 05 N-b imposed for nonattendance ns a witness.
Kmrrfan ibma, nn.1 Mr Over- robber ot winst. iiorse races fuu. v- at tbe motion of the same ponnsel! that
vw ... ...... 1 v.v -AfA nirk in p.ifTii i tvir us t . n i ..i
rv 1 KiiiL 111 tin: iif.v vaw s" ? ' 1 rirtii vopitn ir 1111 in 11111 v i'M'iim 11 111111
1 ne wina 1. .
i. ' . c
'sa.atid.Iaiuil v all sound asleen.
f"w wowing tolerably strong at the time,
Rrectly towards the house; and as there were
Weral buildings between the-house and
U Alll1 nit hana Imnn Knmf llll T
a bfisk rain falling at the time. It was
.yejoail all doubt the work of an incendiary.
"era is ii0 CU to tuo perpetrator .'of this
,ficndifh outrage. '
-in?" ti y-Ca'" chlld of Mr Jt F em
l10 lives about six miles north of this
Wj Was burictlhcre tQ-dayv W.
.. - . ..-il.i. . v . ...... - - -
pastimes. . ery uincrent were u.cu o. from faTtheT attendance, at Spring term a
iiowan, Urange ana uumueriaim. o ai mo afTQ
ov c-neroKee arr? ; Tho time is now come when it is heces-
ULue liinge luuuiua... r" i" V sarv. iu many instances, to crehte new
tomaliawK was possiu e y - - pmties. Many of the old
Long persecution uau sumumieu iuai .u - h . pop-ulatio! sa gI.eat aua their
enthu,iasmo iLe Scotch " so lengthy, fliat io-tjuuet-
OUS.deVOUOa UCClluiu w U.uXiumiU. ....M. r imnntfil nn xvitl MSPR.
Tl. rr .linrrlips wort! I u -4''"0 -"-i- r- --r - ---1
The Press' ix thk Citv. Some one has
!ikwlnahow many papers there were
published in llaleigh. In order to satisfy
the enquirer in full we publish a list.
Observer, j .
Journal of Industry.
People a V dice.
North Carolina Hepublican
Missionary! Hearld. j
Farmer arid Mechanic.
Friend and Templar.
Signal. . :
North Carolina Farmer.
Country Homes. liuleigh News.
Hitters. lie nays: My appetite is goou,
ahd I now suffer 110 inconvenience trom
eating hearty meals." These Bitters are
also uspeceifie for all skiu diseases.
BERNHARDT X- BROS.
I Corrected by J. M. Kxox Co.
March 18 I860.
1 ir 1 ii!..
Cotton farm good Jiiuuuugs,
Bacon, county, hog round
CmcKEXs -per dozcu
Meal moderate demand at
Wheat good demand at
Fr.oun best fain.
! ; super.
Ok ions no demand
Apples, dried -
$ 1. 50C&2.00
Graham's Old Stand!
Fresh Meats of all kinds.
Fruits, Confections, j .u
rCall and get his prices.
Harness, Saddles, &C.
KhIa ivm mnn ifiO'J '
i m ilnr bad. uito,,
Wen to the Jews. The ministers in charge ""J" V
aiid the ruling eldcp were followed impUc- poudent. w.ould, thtrtfoic, Mt t!u;
Wilmingtbn made her first shipment of
cotton to Russia, says the Star, on the
I ltlu Tlie cargo consisted of 2,020 bales,:
and Messrs.! Williams & Marchison were
the shippers. .
LAST CHANCE TO BUT CHEAP
tlckertiif V Son Urgelf advanced tkelt pfleti
. r. Out old contract ernlr Aeril t. ialVt
tn all erdin ncainl Mm Oat data at 114 ntotf
vAam aav an MiltiTIf ti Imtt It lanital'.
Order flow and aave from iM to $50 the etfr
Ekaeeyreeent rates raraetee4 0U7 to Apnl l
ITDDE5 & BATES. Saraanab. (hu .
WVUeaak AgeaU Urn CiaFla.. CH.TbA
No.20:4t - - "
DR. GEO. W. GRAHAH;
GH ARLOTTE, N. C. pr
Practice Limited to j
EYE, EAR, and THROAT Diseases.
Office with Diw. JONES & GRAIIAM.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
arions other blankt for sale hr
DON'T FORGET IT
COME AND GET YOUR
Just received at A C. Hai bis L
a fine .ot of No. 1 Cioaks and
; Fbesch Caxdieb. , - r
LOW PRICES AND GOOD VORK
Have made mv Business a success.
And I now offer the iieople of this county
i and adjoining sections the
BEST HADE WORK
in my line that can be fousd in the State.
The Material I i of the Pel Quality, and
nn the best w always me t.neaieii,
For Harness and Saddle i me juaw iu
your purchases. All 1 ask w a trial ana 1
- - . - r r
I can Mil G00d Set ol l larnew ior o.uu
and up to the finest t ooirid. oj ew WWiy.
I can sell you a uooa aauoic
Tvf rill aiideee roe, next door to Craw
tford' Hardware etoie, on Fisher Street.
Church & C0fS. Fine ILtKivo
Soia, Put up iu neat packages, for sale
at J. W. neEElil'SM
CliOVER, ORCHARD, ;
and , -AH
other Grass Reeds, at Richmond
Prices, (freight included). '- I
Call and see at EXNISS'J
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NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
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