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1 j, JL I1U . . . HLiLI OlMloi : . . y iL(bIlIli(dlIo :
SAIISBUEY.' JJ, C, APRIL 15, 1080.
110 23 ,
kTABLlSHED !N THE YEAU 1832. .
PBr?E, $1.50 IN ADVANCE. .
CbIct advertising rates,
26.25, t S3.75 48.75
; ''., . MiM i iii. i. i i T
L I Cures Sj-pMU'
- - n ii -"yw"'"T
; A B.OSABAE.IS ,
.TV f i Cures Malaria.
JL' REMEDY tot tfc core of feerol
.liTKjpkUU, Scrofnlona Taint, Bhem-
l -.uipUoB, Broncliiti, RerroM De
hilitr. MtUrim, anJ aU dlseasea arising
S2 f ir Imparo eondiUoa f the bloody
Salisbury Examiner. J ' " " J
SKETCHES OP BAMCiUSJt
j the people. Under the Radical party of
centralists, ,vre- have :n unaccountable
number of these blood-sncking macbineSf
of all forms and sizes, scattered through
Nun auu uijusuce less easily understood ! poverty inflicting; lab,r' robbing aud lu
laponng classes crndllng acbines.
"ui iii mid tuiycuueu io mane more anu
more dependent, a most exacting, Intol
To render this vile scheme of oppre's-
We are glad to know, tliat so many of
I the good people of the! conn try have be-
the land. ,OUtfor Mackaoolo.jerusji1 gun this early to think and talk about the
lelnitrnmentVof detpim these ; great importance of om touhhrg aganiza-
lion o . uie yemocraiu'. jiui ijr wi , iuc
Best Once Sfore
What "BiU ArjT Hat to Say of Judge Tour
gee $ Booh,
suing cam paignvj pnrmg the .past vreek
of our Inferior Court, we had the pleasure
of jtulking. with . mauyj6f l the . prominent
citizen from all parts of tht county, and
Sugar from , Cornstalks.
It X9 doubtless surprise many of
oar farmers to. hear that sugar can be
made from cornstalks and jet it can be
done. We codt the following on the
'Je1ifaveqt jetmet a single one who is
'aft at all imlifferent on the subject. . They
Cures ' Rheumatism.
Tli Fnnl's Krranil. i
erable, and extortionate system of so-called
National banking was adopted. Tu
stead of one monstrous swindle, saeii as
the great and good Jackson-in the balmy
days of DemocractSlew: tve hare ahou-
saud and one of these grasping, grindiug, ' y W S'.1?! 'me5nMi t
insatiable, bloodsuckiug leaches, scat-, oa wrote so inucn. aoou inai. new uu, , , thoroatru Democratic! victory over
tered all over tle laud, linked and )cujt-irTue-PoblsEtra,'!- not long ago, that I j extravagauce, chiineiy; im4 fraud assur-
ted together under the control of the ceu- 8orter wanted to rcaa it, especially w nen i ( Mjjny pyegej themselves as high
tralized despots of power, and in direct aw tlwt)th Radical party had ordered a t ly iudiguaut at the management and re
antagonism to labor. It is eminently a million copies for etimpaign documents j f tbe ,ast enmisnt they haVe
system; of rag currency : These so-called . 4 ve reaa n, mu "fT l detennined ioimi notui ,of lJtJia
banks have no snecie. Thi-v '-loan their P rootlet .ot; oar Stouinern iana ana peop e. 4
the work of oriranizationi must be well
These little fooleries pass away with a . , .mft:th AtAi ni:D e must he enforced:
i that Iiulepeudeutisinmust ba. killed out,
Iteen BUggestedUluitahe executive corn-
working order. Examiner.
certificates of indebtedness, the borrower " 8 -f .: "ry - u , mUt u, thc diffi.rent townships should
. ..a : CO xr It A OTAPir 1 1T 1 0 O Tl fl U' I II I III IF III' E II I 1. ' : . .
paying interest tliereou, on tlie strength ; -yy " "".r ' r' be i overhauled, vacancies tilled up, and all
of another species of debt, which also i not a3 'e 4 oras v'auiB a,lu "UL. . the i.artv machinery put in
draws interest ; both classes j to be paid,
in the end, by the laboring poor in (the
form of taxes and high. . prices. It has
raised n aii turmy'of speculators and ex
tortioners, who, by f(restallibg and mo
nopolizing, have destroyed the natural
relation between supply laud vdeuiaikl," j
4 in a while a feller ia obi iced to cret mad.
but then the author ia a fine reasoner and
philosopher, and says about as much for as
agin us. I don't exactly perceive what they
want with it as a campaign document, lie
says the North has been on a fool's errand
University Normal School.
I . A. A. -.4. . i, IT1
which always eftects injuriously the poor, anu ir,D " us- DV "
for fifteen years in bedeviling our people ' To the Teachers of the State and Those de
Cures Neryous Dehllity.
ia nyiii( "i"nr i -
Fhu Its infredtents pabusnea on ererr
acKnce. snow wfurriviu
,e will teU yem it Is composed of tho
nt-nrt nltaratlves that exist, and Is on
(excellent Blood Purficr.
B081DAL13 la sold by all Prngglrta.
.For JIAir and BEAST.
i I I ri'Tternal and Internal.
riz ksEATEST paix rixEvrrt of Tna act,
J TEH GREAT VEGETAEXJ; WIUABllU
iVcsretable WORM SYRUP
- laEtlT rtr73 VTCrT?vrnyynfija.dcd
V, phygidaaii oj Uio Lest V. OLI iILJlCLMi.
error isalc by oil Drujrflista.
joiiNF.iiE:;r.Y. curran & co.,
it Colleeo Place. Kerr Yorlu
and the weak, and renders them poorer
and weaker. j j
, , Thus we see the long, fond dream of j
Imperial Fedralism realized for the time, j
Its favorite? national bank system ie in full
blast, and its withering, blighUng-effects
are also before our eves. It suits the
monopolists, it suits tho centralists, it
suits the Radical bondholders, stockjob
bers, and money changers, but it is death
to the. laborer, the. mechanic, the farmer
and the ioor generally. . Says truthfully
a statesman ; We are cursed with a large
standing army, a huge uational debr, an
oppressive tariff, a rag-money circulation,
a most oppressive system of direct .taxa
tion ; the independence of the States is
ignored ; altogether creating as black a
despotism as ever tyrant could desire.
These are some of the crimes, against
true Republicanism, against Stale ;sovc
reiguty and individual liberty and happi
ness, these enemies of the laboring mass
es this piebald Radical party of disunion
its have committed and now glory iii.
The Rank of the United States, or the
so-called National Bank system? has
always Imhmi odious to the masses of the
leople of the Union. It has been regard
ed as ;ui engine of npijression, as a fit
emblem of despotic . power. Tho first
Rank of tho United States w as chartered
siring to 'Teach :
The fourth session of the University
Normal School will begin on the 24th of
w il.Jjnne and close ofrthe 29th of Jalv. 1880. olina Railroad, and on a few hours The palverired stalks, after the ex
n here and were given No efforts have been spared to enlarge the notice the directors of the road were Action of the saccharine juice (to the
put disabilities on our best men they gie !
our slaves the power over us
the North came dow
office by the votes of negroes and renegades, f usefulness of the School, and to make it
They squandered the State's revenue and j possible for the humblest teacher in the
contracted millions of debts. Then he says State To atteud its exercises. The Super
'one cannot but regard with-pride and sym- j intendent and the Professors, as hereto-
nathv the indomitable men who being con- fore, will be men ot special rrainiug aim
i i 2fe yirtuaUv Offers to Buy A notker
I f M ;brth CaroliM Railroad '
Jf?-- Terns of tke Lease '-
Goldsboro Mesaeng-er. , '."',
Events are Dursuin? .each other aa
rapidly as the shadows of a noonday . object fronT a recent article in the
sun off a summer day. f We are in the K neraia:
midst of railroad sensations and rail- 1Jal ine most remarkable resulU
road scliebes are as abundant these 001 these experiments in sugar mak
days as blackberries in tJie most Dro- ing obtained by ProC CJolIyer were
lifio .an ;i Th diM "om Indian corn. From an acre of
wwm , A oaw . v 7VaaS WUv I t
cerns the Atlantic & North Carolina Iand P1aiite1 .,ast year with a common
Railroad was sprnne so suddenlr. wh!te field corn known; as the horse
that not even the astonished officials tooth from the P6 of the kernel
oftheroadhad time .to recover their he hered the ears when fully ripe,
breath, when they were called op to and their yeild of shelled com was
starn a lease for the modest neriod of sixy-nine and one-tenth bushels
&9 vears. 4. But in Hhesa. fast dava of more: than double the average crop
the renublic. we should not be sur- Pr acre of the country at lafgeNekt
prised at anytbine. and ousht never striping and grinding the stalks, and
effi,iet Jask to-day what to-morrow may brine working up their juice by the new
forth. The people have become ac- Processes, ne extracted irom 11 ou
customed to talk so lightly;and glibly Punds or nearly half a ton of sugar
of public moneys that a million does of good qality. Here, then, from
not apparently hold a larger place in the stalks thrown out by our farm
estimation of nublic officials now than ers into the refuse of the barnyard
a thousand did twenty years since. as t only to be reduced to manure
But to our subiect.' Mr. W. Jr a toore profitable crop has been ob-
n, a i.vi. jBr v.i. r. tained than the corn. Nor is this all
MJMSft nauio his Akiauuiviiviui vai-
called together Friday to consider exienii now pmcwcauie, sixty ,er
Mr. Best's proposition. He propos- nave l,roveu "wnuous ioou
ed to lease the road for the unnatural for catt,e from their elents of
quered in war-yet resisted every effort of
experience iu their respective depart
ments, as well as experts iu Normal
The scheme of 'iustructioiiwill include,
besides the common school branches, in-
tiy, Algebra, Higher English, Latin, Pen
manship, Hook Keeping. Physiology, Kin
dergarten and Vocal Music.
the conquerer to change their-iaws ori their
customs resisted not only with stubborn
ness but with success. How boldly they
charged the natioik which had overpow-
edthein. with perfidy, .uialiee, and a spirit ! structbui in Natural Philosophy, Geome
-7. .1 -
of unworthy andj contemptible revenge.
How they laughed o scorn the reconstruc
tion acts of which the wise men at Wash
ington boasted. In- all this we recognize
the elements which go to make up a" grand
and kingly people.", t ,
I likeUiat sort of talk pretty well. But
he goes on to sayThat the civilization of the
South is the most intense, vigorous and ag
gressive. Upon all quewtions touching the
nation and its future, they arc practically a
unit. They are thoroughly united, and are
instinctive natural rulers.
term of 99 years and agreed to pay
for it $25,000 for the first thirty years;
$30,000 for the next thirty-nine years
and $35,000 for the last thirty years.
This proposition, we are pleased to
j starch and nitrogen retained. Ap
plying this extract of sugar to the
Indian corn crop of the United States
that is, to the rejected cornstalks
they would give us an income which
within the brief period of ten years,
Cor. Balelgh Oteerrfr.
Fortnight ago the steamship .San
tiago de Cuba led the West lodes for ?
New York-p-a steamship of 1,800 tons
burden. Soon after leaving the port .
of exit she sprang a leak and endea
vored to put into port. First she .
made for Charleston, but there was ,, .
not enough water for her in that port;
then she went for the port of Will-
mingtoD, but there was no water." On
o'clock, she steamed, over our bar, ami i
is now safely moored at the railroad
terminus. How many ' feet did she
draw ? She was loaded with a cargo'.
jvorth 9 $2,0C0,p(K), and drew 19 feet -;
of water The captain" told me that ' T
twenty-two feet was her depth when -'-
loaded, and that she could have easily '
come over the bar at her full capaci- .
These are facts, North Carolinians,
which cannot be gainsaid ; they came
under the observation of the writer,'
and he will qualify to the facts in"
courts if any disputes them, or is dis
posed to do so, any 'time. ,
So we have at . Beaufort the best,
harbor between Pensacola and Nor
folk. Charleston was so considered,
but the vain attempt of the Santiago
de Cuba to enter that port now
this the foremost in the line.
lpnrn wus nrnmntlv rpiortpcl bv a
maioritv of the directors. Finally. would extinguish our national debt.
M, 1W nrnnrltnltU rna.1 Incredible as this fact may appear,
r ii ri-.u- it is detlucible from the product of
tixf lio form nt rli irf v.rhrpo vmm Ann I
The Kiudergarteu Depart will be man- j ' . oo a nm nn,, 11 v for 960 pounds of sugar obtained from
and r r J . . Uho cinlLn nfnn norp of Indian corn
the property. 1 his proposition re- V . . .
ii . . . 4l i , j in addition to their sixty-nine busn
cei ved due consternation at the hands - J - , .
Pa, , , i ti i els ot good shelled corn, ur, take it
nrrpil bv a teacher of natioual fame
vast experience in Kiude.rgarden work.
Lectcres. This interesting and pro
fitable feature of the school will be con
tinued. Lectures may be expected on
topics of tccial interest to .teachers from
distinguished ed icators of public men.
Good table board may Ik had iu Chapel
They do not j Hill at 10 per month, 12.50 for board
and furnished niomi -Gentlemen can ob-
in another form. Putting our Indian
ll.. ,-f 0 iTA AAA
. .. .t - I corn cruu at iiicavciaKc ui w.vvv,
cuKiiiit it with sinv ntlipr nrnnositions I wv & '
rived at is that the board agrees to
W i . wrTfmmr TV .4. Jill UICU u uaKuttu utin ,.
.P.KLOTtagW l.ralattemtlta Ken maie u, have it re-
iT F-?-'' ! ' chartered which failed. A bill for this pur- ..
I'vaiits to marry yes I does
ill Vants a little vife,
Toomb u)y 'air, to vash my neck,
jUnd be my all- my life.
eo Adam lived iu Paradise,
'He didn't live content,
Till from, his side a rib vas took
'Aud into yomau bent.
bsi think how Adam must have stared,
Yea first he got avake, -
And found himself a married. man.
itltout eveu veddin cake.
vkh that I could do. the Riimc
'Just co totted some night,
Aud v.ake up in the niornin vith
!A vife to bless my signt.
rjn basliful-ye, I am '"
fTwould sjive me lots of trouble,
ogoto bed a single man,
d vake up as a double. ,
PMth or Col. Wash. Hakdt. This
tain rooms in the University buildings ,avc uot the power to enter into a
free of cost, except a small sum for the jease w;th rr 3
waste their energies upon frivolous and itn
materal issues. They are monarchical and
kingly in their characteristics each one
hinks more of thc South than of himself
nnil ftnv thinf? which adds to her orestiire or
by Congrees in 1790, iu obedience M the glory .g (learer t(J him t,mn uny ,1
recommendation of Alexander Hamilton, ad?antage. The North tilinks the Suth is
the Federalist, or rather, the Monarchist. because of the loss of their slave pron-
This died a natural death in 1811j. Sev- . w . llt . trnth ia the Nortll is L thous.
V VJ j V V mm , -
times more exasperated by the elev'a-
rlnn nf tH nporro to eouiil Doliticali power.
. , . 1 o-
pose passetl botlLllouses 01 congress ana . . x . . disunite(r A part wm adhere
. . . . . .... 1
was vetoed by Mr. uaoison, 111 January, h and ;QSt ttS before the war the
1814. On tlie lUtli ot April, 1010, auoiner g(mth wiu agahl dominate control the
bill of like cliaracter receivea nis approv- .
al, ly which a new Bank of the; United! That's all right, aint it. That don't sound
States was inconorated for twenty yean, i;v-e a Radical wrote it, -I reckon that last
witli a capital 01 nnny-uvc iiiuuuhb ui i9 to the cam
dollars. A bill for the re-chartering of 4 want us to
the Bank was presented in and passed by hlfT mistake th
- 1 . . . 1 - a - 1 litem iu uucuu " vn".. j . .. ,
tli 99n1 rmnrress. but waft vetoed by I ' VAta ff friviM. 11a more renresentation in .... 1 A . .1 ..e irov.l. I in snob rtartlCS or COIToratlonS WHO
n.t- s 1 '"v" - n- --r 1 will i anniieu to iuk iei m -- 1 1
" . ... 1 . iv. I l I .... ... 1 iL
srr 1 1 iZ
, 1 1 . r .1, 1 vjsjvj in value, auu csiiuiannu ou-
hnt mnir o marlo in ft mrwtmcr nt IMP I " ' 0
stockholders called for the 29lh 0f Mr ,n bIKB." .
A . lo liputnpii Itrkltli ntr that thOV I I
I ' I ..9 on nmnmif ri currop WO I n V P
still in these cornstalks gold and sil
I I A A 1 A, A VfMl I U U I 1 11 y I .
.f furniture. Bv forminir clubs Uoara .... ... . iT. ,1 ver to uie ainouui. ui wjwvw
. t . wiiiie mis iHiuei iiao mitti cv- ,,.! r 11
ay be reduced to $6 or $7 per thJ , rail- h0 thM dUb,e 'he.SUra .f
Facilities will be provmeu sruuenrs r. - , silver extracted trom all our
... I HA.Iin hAMinrf trior tliA liirrPftr. Ill I
whereby they may cook their own ioki '--B. s " raines between the British Dominions
In this way the cost of living was reduced the State and our people would , , . in
toSlir.oek by studu at tK-last tllu8 better than could .MsibW be ex- "! ;Mex.co, and equal m value to
T i o i i , i. . .j .1 . .i. I to the cotton crop oi an our ouumeru
Normal School.-. nected from outsiders, now that such "lc r
Arrangements will be made whereby CaroHna Hcy jg hopeles8ly States.
Rtndents mav travel to and from the . . . lL I
. " " , abandoned, anu aiioeeiner out, oi uie
SclUMilon ino seeiai ramwu. ii.-v . - .. "o... Ti..nrf rniivlrt Case.
. ..Aoimn mg tor as tup rMn r & ih niiiiivru. - .. - '
Return tickets suouiu alway s oe juwnv
The Stars in April. The inter
est of the month concentrates on the
morning stars, for, after the 7th, Ve- s
nus, Jupiter, Mercury and SaTurn are
all numbered on this list. Venus es
pecially will be the herald of the sun
throughout the month, for, though in
her distant phase she still reigns as
as the brightest star in the heavens.'
She formed a lovely picture as a com-
panion for the slender waning moon
on the morning of the 7 tb, will divide. .
her queenly favor between Mercury
and Jupiteron the 15th, and will appear
above the horizonlinenearly at tbe same
time with Saturn and Mercury on the
30th. Jupiter and Saturn will be
come studies of peculiar interest from
the present time till their opposition
with the sun next October, when Ju
piter, just after perihelion, will door
his brightest colors and Saturn will
shine with clearer lustre than he has
done for many years. - j , s
bought before taking the train. ed, we are decidedly ot opinion uiavi The yake Jury f inquest over
Through the kindness of Uev. Dr. Sears, the gtate ought to make a clean sweep I Qf lhe colored convict Fries,
t i r l.-l.. XT'. .wl cum hna I ; - 'j 1 1 J I
A Piioliwl ir Vniwl si fill HI lias I : II I !1 I. . rs
i t f'i'ii i bib i in; su mrvi i Mflr nnii a a a w u v m rM i m va iiii iti a tm a a j a a airn a i
, . rri i "o - - v . an net aT .. .. itniind' tnat ne uieu iroui vjauuicuc
paign document. They , i nnvinthecxiiensea I ' r Iounu Ul- u,cu " b .
tTmsdeiiiEiTinfftlicnesro i .... .,., Tl,u f,i the Atlantic oj norm varoiin. .km.. ,ad asaravatetl the case.,
GeneralJacksou upon constitutional and. Ctmgress. They would take it away from expenses, so that all students may would give the best guarantee that the
other grounds. The veto was sustained, hin ?Chey; eould and. as they. eiuVt, ,.1, tbe school on an equality. original idea would1 be carried into
Imt it lost President Jacksonjuany friends, lhey are trying to exolust him to the North- AU pcrson8 dcsi, ing aid will apply to i u and that the interest of the
as it brought the moneyed ixwer in op- rwest; But they can't do that, and now they Presiat.nt Battle at Chaiel Hill, by mail, , 4. ,. ' r tUa 9ma aji
.'.I . . . ..I - till IT I IU II Mill r 1 . I r I 1 . . IL. a m, a m. a WUU U.I aa? B .
I I I 1 Vj !"'. v
I I w
n.MI It I I ' . . . .
Mill, jacKson i are Wnrinff him to so to Atnca, ana ne ,..,. .r.... onfi. ... i.ntnnn mr lciru in
rhelmmg ma- WOiVtl JrheV arftAU a dickens of a fix. They Q1vnil wllJlt amount be will receive. he protected
a a a-r . i i
position to his re-election
was i-e-electetl by an overw
it4itv. recc.ivuin 'ZVJ Ot Ue WllOie Xo
j--- v i
electoral votes. Soon after his itiangura
Hnn in 18:. he ordered tlie deposits of - fniW will act uo to what that Fool's
We entertain no doubt
have sowed the wind, and are reaping the rp .iA-a will lie loaned free of charge as to what the action of the stockholU-
whirlwind. We arc getting on all right. If wrtum. attendinir the School. Lrs will be. if Mr. Best will only be
i j -
Thus it will be seen that for tive or six I pcepared to give assurances and guar
..a".. 2 ....I.' I i ...." I.' ... ' I' ''
public money ;to. be removea; irom xne Errfind feller says and be united ana oery dol!arg teacher in our State may at- - . . 8ict principles of
Bank of the United states, ana to oe pui i n)an think more oi the poutn ana ner giory i . , Yprrises of the Normal School, I
i :n J a. I - ... I anmrv
SMitlenian, a native of Buncombe, died
k Spartanburg, S. C, on Monday morn
iniJof dropsy of the heart, from which
ili..:.i : - i i . ...'. r
asc jie iaa been suiienug ior wiuiu
9 .past, haviu2 beeu confined- to tlie
'wnise fut- twp months. Col. Hardy was
tUiuovvn throughout North Carolina,
in orrUw State' Banks. -ThM action, says I thanof himaclf. I know sh will come out
Mr. Stephens, proaucea great-sensation i ahcad. But somfehow rotnerituontseem
and excitement in the coautryl ,It was to me that a man who bolts his party And
the cause of an open war between tho j Bije wip'eV around for. an office on the inde;
President and the Senate. , In this war, I Dendcht line 'is verjf much united or very
Callionn; tlay and W3bster, the Great particular about his country'sglory. It looks
Trio," as they were called, for the tirst to me ike he is after ais own glory nrst, ana
time in their lives were cordially nuked after he gets his share if. there's any glory
in their asault niwn the Administration. left j reckpn majbe he would give jt tojhis
Against this array of talent stood the in- country-Mhough I am liaWe to be mistaken
domitable Benton, of Missonn,' aud the jniny peculiar view of such things
accomplished" Forsyth, of Georgia. A 0n the whole I am oblige! to think mat
rf'WS Sen ior a number of years read- regollti011 severely censuring tlie Presi- campaign document very gootl booU for
ct of his uncon- I mir side, and I think our folks onght to
S clerk of the House of Representatives
of t!h Stiite Legislatare, and had been for
Midyears House Librarian at Wash
instoii of.tlio national Congress. The
Dei,of his death will be received with
r?g throughout the State. Ashcville
and secure for himself and his pupils its
Those wishing, before leaving home, to
a .. a?.... li...ajl M' 1 1 1 ..Ifa'tUfl.
maKe arrangeiueui!- uu i
write to Mr. A. Mtckle, Agent of the
School, Chapel HiltTN. C
Thomas J. Jauvis. Governor, s
Ex-officio Chair. Board Education.
KkMP P. Battle, President
of the University, Chapel Hill, X. C.
Joiix C. ScARnonoroii,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
j and Secretary Board of Education.
k Gexekoi-s Gift. The New York
i..f nnd deelairintr this act of his uncon- I ,,r aide, and
atitntional. nas&ed that body. It was now tote fuir and nay for half of 'em and let
ti.at tii TTnited Onnosition assitmed the ti. Radicals distribute 'em. If any South- ()j,gervcr announces that the Union Theo-
..r H Tq.-lrark'n rpnlifnl I . n nrritn n Iwinlr and sav the I Snminorv. iii that citv. has this
party niinie ui "ti - i;i 111.1 aj - . jjij-.n uvuiiki.1,1 ,
tn ti.. ruilntion of censure by the Senate 1 wbolo South had been a" pack of fools week rcceived a gift of . 100,000 from ex
... n luifer known as the " nrotest." This fiftlHon vears. and Avaatc- prove it. I think Governor Edwin D. Morgan, air. Aior
r-y- - -. . m :r . i : i . . . - . -.j 1 . j ... . : s .
mid make me mad, and not oe a verj ins- motive tor tins generous at. is
was one of tho ablest documents ever it wou
- . 4 A " I " ' . a.
Ti E pTr.x-.1 Lti. Kl- nt Slum, nroduced by him. The result ot.tnw con- good campaignf4iocumept in ery
Wwi.J.:. ii " i.a. . tt was a comnlete triumph for Jackson. t cet niad now whenever a man.
andVrepu The reflation of censure was finally ex- 00. Ancrti exactly hat the loiicai-Seminary, and aiding it in
Wel1 front thejoarnal of the;8enateby FooFs Errand does to the Nort ,. He great WOrk it is now doing for the c
Ml wt!S & order to have bliiek lines drawn roakes 'em all out a set of fools d all try. The money will be used to
amily. j le A "desirioas of showing his appecia-
Uhuses f., ..f the usefulness of the Union Theo-
monarch: He was educated by an Eng
Ifclf governess, Mrs. Lenowens, whose
pfcr interesting narrative, originally
lillhed in the Atlantic Monthly, was
Modeled for publication by Dr. J. W.
palmer; formerly of this city. Somdatah
Jtlepty-scven Lyears old, speaks aud
ix:- good English, and is pretty well
?ctP?d in political economy and the sci
nV lie is said to be acquainted with
fjlist.ry . and . literature and to be a
nt, admirer of thisTwuntry. He gave
VJ0rant a distinguished reception, and
"Inspect as miirli when he arrives in
United States. In 1871 he abolished
.n.iiis uomimona wy pnH-iaina.
' . supp8cd to have freed about 6,-
Vp0 people, ErchanjCi- ' -i X i
. i r-x . I . . -l . .v.
nround it. The whole lorce 01 me unpo- ttieir reconstruction legislations buiu-
sition t that time was exerted in favor of dogs folly.
i. .-I,.. Rank. But everv effort I t
leciiai ici v. n.v . w .
on this line signally failed. . .. Holding him to account.-NuB-Thns
it wilLbeeen that tlie Democra- ton, April 1.1 delegation of colored
iiiuBik i r 1 . T . t Milton
cy, and those who have property repre- men irom - -
confij oiwi ciSi.ken fin the great masses 01 1 1 urner, cueu xav.c-, ---v
a fund which is to be canea me r.uiu
n. Morean library Fund." The new
if to le erected will also bear nis
Horse Thieves. Citizens in the county
of Davidson have been troubled by horse
8eU:uuuBi,uv.... :-yr- ..liacatUftioiioftlie thites since the war, but ior me
Uie people have persistently oppea .o .uu ; trouble. We learn
vile aiftt Impressive; system of unuea ?reu r-l v "V- -fha ff0odj citi
.pressive; system MXC" citizens ia portion of the
States Banking.; But what a Vr- . most disturbed in this
ence there s in the one we have just re- 1 ne rresmen, .u .. V---r nPUniM(1 themselves with a view
. .-.,. i.t.i. i....n i fnrrnn iii4rfii iMMiiut-. iuiu r.v- in j .
tb m nice a point that it is believed it will
be extremely dangerous for a thief to come
within their lines,
r, 1' 1
I PllenilH! "..la," " . I . a ,
dangerously oppressive and exacting; of under jnem,
I,y tl.e Kadidal pirty 1 .Under 0.e old 1877, to rnme.,tofflecrdircctingtht
,Luf.-W.i.id h.lnSl. Bank of tbe no 11
The Mecklenburg Declartion.
It matters but little whether the
resolutions of the 31st of May, 1775,
were the first or second series. In
either event they seem to be fatal to
the " Declaration" made on the 20th.
If they were the first series, then those
of the 20th were never adopted at all,
and if they were the second series,
they went back upon and virtually
w - OS. A .
repealed those of the ZUtli. mis
iew is commended totheconsideration
. a a
of Mr. Bailey and the Wilmington
Star. Neither of them will deny that
the resolutions of the 31st stopped
short of Independence. Statesville
A Gem-Puzzlb Madmax. Dan-
. : . r. I I
iel Conroy. of Erie, ra., who h
been driveu to madness over the ht-
....wl tlio aaVa.
teen puzzie, was reiuw"- j
luni Thurslay. In the cars ne uroae
up his dinner inlo fifteen pieces and
played the game with them. This
brought on another violent paroxysm,
and the sheriff had to lash him to the
seat with the bell rope. He bit an
officer's watch in too, and made a des
perate attempt to fling himself out of
the ' window. The pnysiciaus c
bat little hope of Mm. Fifteen is on
the decline in Erie since Conry's lun-
Good News for Newspapers
and Wool Gatherers. Washing
ton, March 30. The House -way
and means committee to-day, by ft.
vote of 8 to 3, decided to place on the
free list all manufactured paper, wood
pulp, jute butts, manufactured flax,
straw, and all other fibrous plants fit
- - I f .1 J..- f -aa-
The evidence was laid before the ior use iu uie raauuiawiure w pi.
Court on Monday. The Solicitor did They also decided, by a vote of 7 to
not think from examination of the 5, to fix the dnty aMO per cent., on
evidence that he was justified in send-' flannels, blankets, haU of wool, knit
ing a bill to the Grand Jury. But goods, bal moral, woolen ana worstea
Judge Seymour thought that the mat- yarns, all manutacturcs oi every ,ae-
ter neetled farther investigation, and scriptiou coraposea wnouy or iu yy
bound Col. John A. Holtand Charles of worsted, the hair of the alpaca
Motz for their appearance before the goat or other like animals, except
next Superior Court in a bond of such as are composed iu part of woe!,
$1000 each. Genl. It. F. Hoke en-1 not otherwise provided for.
tered into recogizance. p accidekt ik Cleavklasd.-a
Great effort has been made to give correspondent at Shelby writes that anoth-
a partisan complexion to this case Cr tragedy has occurred in Cleaveland coun-
both iu Raleigh and in Hillsboro. ty. jsariy yesteraay mornmg, noma iw-
We learn that the negroes in Hills- w.sciuimo, ann .m
, - . . 1 UHI IWIIO W V, .v.vavi.aaiii .......
boro, raised a fund to employ a pros- gun in thepiwnceof t. m. Morgan,
ecutor, and engaged the services of Va, Thompgon Md a colored roan. He was
Josiah Turner. 1 returning with his wagon from Chester, had
W0 think .mod iudzment will eaten breakfast and was about to start
. L i out on the day's journey. In attempting to
charge the offense, if any, to personal hU b thj
weajMn was accidentally discharged, thc
entire load entering his left side causing
instant-death. The coroner was holding an
inquest yesterday. Charlotte Obserter.
rather than party responsibility.
Vur ham Recorder.
Starting in the World. Mapy
on unwise narcnt labors hari and
The man who conceived the, idea
lives sparingly all his life for the pur- 0f blowing up all the Confederates by
pose of leaving enough to give his digging the mine under-Cemetery
children a start in the world, as it Hill, near Petersburg, in 1864,. is
called. Setting a young man afloat himself dead. It was Gen.Henrj
with money left him by his relations, Pleasants, as is well remembered by
it is like tying bladders under the many old soldiers. He was a resident
arms of those who cannot swim ; ten 0f Pottsville, Pa.
chances to one he will lose his Mad- A lady correspondent of the De-
ders and go to the bottom. Teach him t.t watered her tomato plants
to swim, aud he will never need the , a weak solution of coperas (one
bladders. Give your child a sound p)Uoa to eight giioo, f water) with .
education and you have done enough h fnlU M twQ weetg
for him. Seeto.it that his m,n . wrlier than on other plants not io
cultivated, and his whole nature made t cated r s j,
subservient to the laws which govern '
" ,L him hL How mad it would raakeacanni-
, anu nave yuu
M -m www - - ' -
will be of more value than all tne - - .
Wealth of the Indiea. but Alexander Stephen..