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8AHSBTOY. IT.;;C, JU1IE -3, 1880:
'- . '
The Carolin&Watchman, !
oi teaciien tny uoTioe uoc- mcaus iiuiciciiisjii uieiiuiuYuiuurj me xarHuais mac lias fasseu.
may be noinewhat inaccurate. free democratic systeuiof government.! in s: i.!0!,uiT-' ; 4? t-
"II ll 13 UJ V KINHI IUIIUIID W CtJJWJ '
j4tABUSnED IN THE YEAR 1832. y ; J
v 1 so TH ADVANCE. J 4 H
j Love Unexpressed.
lowing, written upon a piece of foolscap
papers " . . ! - ' . . - :-
"At 10 o'clock tlii morning a tidal
-rnACT ADV RTj
-FEBBUA KY 20, 1380.
BT CONSTANCE TEXXXMOKE VTOOLSON;
- tlail v dit antmlr of milk and butter from - . ; . ter th nauMfA f tliU .A r yi !
.w.; -wMch rret iu market ; .o-oj;, P'V'-e " "'
tonietlihiz over !, tonirImr-cuw8)i ine mpie. ihhw ; ;-r - - - SB ga. wiping oat the entire city
K T 60 J $2.50 $3.WI 5.0 I $S 00
i 's'tiO 4.50 25 T.50 18 00
- 4 60 .0 !l.M H.' 15.00
i 6.00 T.50 .IK 13X0. IS 00
- . f i tC IK I Cn KA I J r A 1 iA AA
The sweetest notes amonc the! human
;I " heiirt-8tring ' ' (' 1
' - 1 A ...SJ. 1. . 1 I
. j t illC llllll 1411 I list, J , , (
The, sweetest thoiili, adjusted byi tlie an-
geli, Bojthei, ami theii the Bate. Tliese three ? Graut leads or not. Tls people can't help i
; i .Are clogged with dust. , . "" V may interbreed and hot lose' there regis- out We. if they will but open their eyes, i
We pipj and pipe again on r. dreary' in usic"tm' But they are faf more valuable- !' ' ---- - j
i utM;i cue gciiMUiie straius, ' when the ieuicree rnns uacK pure on sausDuir examiner. . i
niie Kmimu ui vuuie auu tear dud ties
tf .n., thnt tlir arei three creat . .J. . . i ... - . . J SirtMi2 ti. n . . ' t . i' 141,1,4 ;-r" were ten leec deep in
. ..... f. -i. viite tiieicaaicai ticket: iorioiueseimnirsf'
branclies ot UJis Kiniior Kiue; Aiieiucu- , - - - ,f r ; . .
eses are mosr highly prized. Then the i the tendency of th;tt party, ;wheth
UI.IIIUU i . -J W til.: i
( Come back in sad refrains.
each side. There is another' kind the
'Seveuteens which look hs well, are as'
ORGANIZE A5D TOTE.
The campaign of thei present year is no
ings -'uPi 2'1t -U deputy, marshals s5iii w T P
1 58 i- joacrawento nd Stockton. Accompany
bo appointed by the . C rcuit , Court ' ----- -
of theited Staies for dUtrkF0 f1 .1. was
xvhich snch marshals'are to perform :tki- g?
'i,... , : - Hmine on the Com stock am amass of
duties, m each year, at the term of court ,; . .
v 1 . : rnm8.i Ao further particulars can be
next preceediug any election of Represen- ,f nrn,
tatives or Delegates in Congress; , but , if, f -Tids, HoUster aaid. be had intended
iVitlt listenius ears;
j Each longing, 'sighing-,; for. "the heavenly
music - " ' -
lie never hears: I
Each lmigtrg, sigiiiug for a word of com
fmni 4111 r nan tttAA oik v1j1 4
ed. Men cannot bo 4oo ,MC rct Coum ,n. tjo Stote. or O, Tbe decUne n Com8tock
est iajtheir advocacy of i f W such marshals are to. be ap- . had m tLe . of de
! vhasnlcv Conarh. tec
larire for beeves, and are as good milkers.
v iu -in .in vain aiiniiiiitf. iiipv nrp. vfrv . i
..... ...... m.U I . . - -' - .11 A. 2 . m.
On thionirl, the world wfl it... n , artnr ' .n.-h Ii rahm!.! tlui , the otht-r branch- coucenu ureal,. wMen-gnw pnn
es of the family of short-horns T because cipies, are mvoiveu
- their ancestry cannot dato back as far. zealous too rnest
The rt-eords were bst in , England in the . tjM
(seventeenth century; and while many
i iiuMi timl flipni ift -:iluahle as nnv o there.
! tt t t L a.-.. 1 i iwtifrir tuna
-SU1I uieir Qiooa cauuo. we ywwmB vuuiu - rr - ,.autie their courts to nnpned fortha 'nnr- T . . "w
A .A. word, of tender prkisA 1 ' ' fastidious in his alliance tumble to irfeees of .lu'oVir dtod' weicrit ..f:PPOnt ea, depaty4niareliaU;by iiiniJand he intend to rut th
"Lscs o lie Brealftins -ccr
itlica imd-twda tiio HemDrsi
Sind 'te&tew jXTM the cheat
If'rv io have t:o k U remcj.,
mVfi f&SPAlit- RELIEF, for
, fort,' - ' ; ; j 'r
v A - A word of teiider prkiseA 1 !
A wuril .if livf' to vwr tin. iiilli-Kft four. Wli..iiiA-..r :m iiniiii:il Ii.-ih even the small- . . . .. , . -.. A ..... ... . Who Shall bo atinointed hv ike anid1i ' ' . ..
- r... - ern8r in its rnina rue-iitHtrty ot the-m. - , ---.i v-tJ- f wires and aend hi dispatch at that
uey . - !. s esffraction of blood iron, a lower grade, . ... , . : .. tnct courta : and the officer $o appointed . ' , uepi.u si, uia
. .. .r:. i. . i f : ....... : ... neoole. the stunt of' our democratic svs- r i . . ' . , ooint. i
:a .,i . ivt-.v.u8J - " . . . . .4. ... sa oc in equal numuers irom the ainer- 1 r
; :.;K . iuaidei as t facilitate tracinffotnetugree, rem, ana tnecnensneu oiessings i gooa u- . - . ,! . .. . . .. . ' -- ,mm ,
They love us, and we know it : this suf- and it adds to the value.' Therwmay lw government. Down with third termers ; auu.wwu; oo weu ; A Brahmin' estimate of
jLjf-ui ever Dicccvcradr.
1 frirTto io FcUl'O recr f.frt!r.
ifwrj C'rio:j t.fJ-u ton
C..triUy ':( - " -j.'t.
fA$kitfKcary'c, aa S'a'ia IIo Ctbcr.
11 lill . 1 S U W I UIVI o ' ' . . - J
tic- , two calves withame sire and dame; the ,u tr5t,. itl..ir t.tiv tr5flv.l U"TU "'us Si morai. cuaracier,
Hdfe-down i PtM residents of tin, oting, pre-
ri tit titmaiv
Why should they iiuse to give that love nimeyf though as an autmai the one , , .T 1 " s ncU in which their duties are to be per
.expression ; ; i '" lf intrinsically u,nor. .n aera. asorpauon, ana 8 tarf H .of for
if Ik gentle rare T -5 Tlie calves must be aiout a year oiu-oe- meddling with atate and '.local allair8. ! ' . . ..
fiitll ( vinyi vjjtw ui mi ctct4u nuu mi
f, tan auu poiio vi o luwuoiotvuii n tiu
HI' ' 1 -
name of the mother. For instance, a cow offlre, aud low taxes. Away with ltatii
named Olivef her cidf, if a female, should ClX frauds, red-tape and insolence in pub
have a name Iwgiuuing ! with "0" wiy, ,;..(, .,. . r -
Olympia, or Oriole, or somethiug similar. Uc, , . . . ' V, V
Sometimes they are named by number.! .Radicalism 1 inevitably leading to ceh
Take the Duchess breed of Short-horns: trulized Empire. Aud every victory of
The bulls being; dukes 1 would be called
1. w if 11 gentle caret -s The calves must oe aoouc a year uu meddling with atate and local au
Why should Miey pause ? But still our fore the' are registered, so that the color Qjve U8 imk the Government of our
" hearts are aching 1 may not change." Tho heifers should le .,, .,1..,:.,! ....?.
. j With all the gnawing pain j named with i certain similarity 'to the er8 ho,,est admmtratiou, pnreme
Of hungry love-that longs to hear, the
music, - 1
' And Jongs aud longs in vain.
We love them, and they know it ; if we
; falter, i
: With fingers numb,
Amoing the unused strings of love's ex
i- The notes are dumb.
i n i P.' r . --t :- mj, r-. -
AA" ctntEs is o?rn rtrr?UTE.
- , i
42dey's Eaitolio bodies
I'lfwawS 0 tTi Taste,
' rt- -I I " - tJL
We shrink within ourselves in voiceless
! Leaving the wordsutisaid ; "
And side by side with those we love the
i lit silence on we tread.
Thus on we tread, and thus each heart in
. j Itsfate fill fills. , j -
Waiting and lioui ug for the heavenly mu-
Beyond the distant hills. 1
The only difference of the love- in heaven
' M Front Jove oi earth below
Is, lie re we love, and know not. how to
tell it ; , - .. ... :
And there, we all shall know.
For t&e Watchman.
-"r WORDS IX L0YE.
First, Secoud, raThirl Dukeof so aud so,
as they were first, secud or third in de
t cent from : some celebratetl bull of that
The Short-horns are the great beef pro
ducing breed.. The western cattle raisers
come in here to buy up , the superfluous
bulls to carry Itack in order t increase
the weight of their market beeves. This
is no inconsiderable item ; for in a two
years steer of this variety, GOO ponuds
more flesh can be easily made than with
the tteautifuHittle Jerseys, though they
do give such elegaut milk. I heard some
of Uie calves priced: $100 for a calf six
weeks old : $250 for a heifer a year old,
and $50 to$90 for some little animals
seems very dear to us. But then the blood
oh the blood. 'Tis true 'that good milk
ers come lower, but the , pride and satis
faction in pure breeds. t i f "
". rather .enjoyed my ftrst lesson in lio
dgy. - hojeT may have time to digest
it. before I visit a farm where the Jersey's
are worshipped. One -creed -"at a time, if
yon please. , 0.0.
May 18, 1880.
this act'are hereby . repealed.
; "Section 3. That the marshals of the
United States for , whom deputies shall
work is given by the Rev. Dr. Chamber
lain, of the American Presbyterian Mis
sion at Ascot, India, who say that after
one of his Bible lectures a Brahmin asked
permission to say a few words, and pro
ceeded thus: "Behold that mango tree
yonder. Its fruit is approaching to ripe
ness; j Bears it that fruit for itself T From
the moment the frnit is ripe till the last
be appointed by the court under this act mansd is oclted off it is assailed with
shall not be liable for any of the acts of- .tick's and stones by every passer-by, till
i Heliova Dyspepsia and ZXl&trsnees.
: f2T TOIl SALE BY ALL DKUGGlSTS.
' JOSH F. HENKY, CTJS2AII & CO.,
' i ' FOLE niOPKIETOE,
' T 24 Conec Place. KewTork.
lor Sals by T.T. KLUTTZ, iirugist,
H i- lBdyj t SalisUifry, Jf. C.
their ; Grass--Seeds, at Richmond
Prices (freight included),
Call and see at
17:tf 1 ;
Reader, did you ever wonder,
When you've seen a hardened face?
Have you ever stopped to (Minder
;0'er some loved one's siid disgrace t
-All ! yes, surely you have noted' -
The despairing, saddened mein
Of hi in who once -was courted, j
On the met its of his good uanie.
Tliat goml name was highly honored.
that party however small is adding fuel
to the flames and . strength to the ponder
ous wheels that are rolling on aud crush
ing to the earth every thing dear to free
men. Our cause is not hopeless. Every
thing depemf upon, the action of the peo
ple. In united effort there is strength.
There is victory in organization. There
is a half million majority of Democrats
in this country, and il they will organize
and stand together, victory will surely
perch upon their banners, aud Radicalism
will' reap the reward of itscrimes.
Mr. Jcirersou the great champion of
Democratic principles was elected Presi
dent in IdOO, when all the combined influ
ence of Federalism was against him. But
the (KMiple had become alarmed and grown
tired of the infamous 'Alien and Sedition
laws" passed by. the ' Federalists, just as
they are now tired of the tyranny, rob
bery and sedition ''acts; of Radicalism.
Thev had great 'odds to contend against.
ainst What ?
the traditionary usage from
Washington to the present day.
j' Against the entire Democratic party,
t Against a majority of his own party.
: In the face of his own corrupt record
of eight years.
Against the moral seutiment of the
Against the instincts of the . whole
country in favor of freedom and equal
ity, and of rotation in office.
; Against the "unalterable" resolutions
of - the Republican party, adopted only
four years ago. L
Against all these can Grant be elect
Not ''by the votes of a free people.
it stands bereft of leaves and bleeding
from its broken branches. Is it disconr
aged T Does it say, If I am barren no one
will pelt met Not at all. Next season
the buds and fruit appear again. That is
a' type of these missionaries. I have
watched them well. What do they come
here for t Not for gain ; some of our clerks
gee more man they. .Not tor an easy
The mail carrier report heavy frost ia
some part of Mitchell county on Friday,
baturday, Sunday and Monday, moraines
last' and vegetation considerably dam-.
6ged thereby. -Llue lUdqe JJTadc
The Fish Law, as it now read, wake
it unlawful to remove fish except it be
with hook and line from the .-1st day of
April to the lOtli day of Jone- from the
Catawba, South Fork, Pee Dee and Yad
kin rivers under a Sue of not less tbaa
$100 or exceeding $300. .
Ma; Robbins was endorsed by Rowan
last Saturday, and our delegates to the.
District Convention i instructed r Jto nse i ,i
their influeuce to secure him the nomina
tion for Congress. We feel that no better
selection could have been made. ' --' f i
Now, with Capt. Chas. Price for Elect
or this district may, be set down as poll-
ing a. larger majority for our cause than
ever before. - .
Another Horse Shot.- Week j before -
last a special force of Revenue officer
were scouting in the neighborhood of Old'
Fort, McDowell county, consisting of
Capt. R. A, Cobb, J. S. Fleming. P, C.
Fletcher,- Hudson, A. P. Long,,W. D.
Joues, John Keerans and A, M. Elliot.
While within one-fourth of a mile of Hen
ry's, Long's horse was shot and killed by
parties whoso still was captured and de
stroyed. This makes the third horse, we
believe, that has been killed. Long Bince
being in the service. Three stills had at
last account been captured and destroyed
f Statetville American. , ,
Stock Law in Cabahkus. A corres
pondeut in Cold water township, Cabar
rus county, write thus to the Concord
All opposition to the stock law has-
Tiie Kellogg Case. Washington,
May It is given out as probable that
GRANT AND EMPIRE.
It U now pretty well settled that Grant
will get the nomination of the Radical
party for the presidency. We do not ob-
A11 the departments of the federal gov- i a day , two Gov. Hampton will sub-
1 And that brow, then bright ami clear; ject, for we believe that he will be more
Ami a face, now deeply furrrowed
To a mtdher's life brought cheer.
But, alas! 'tis dark, despairing ;
Sin has laid itswithering hand
Crushing a souHor hell preparing
Eternal death by its subtle wand.
See yon form beloved is reeling,
Tottering from the accursed cup I
Beats a sad heart, or unheeding
easily beaten than any other man of that
party. If not, theu, iudeed, we have fallen
upon evil times. 'Grant is thoroughly
identified with all the revolutionary aud
unconstitutional measures of the Radical
partv. Hi eight year's Administration
was the most shameless, tyrauical aud
corrupt this country has ever seen. He
n... f . ,;. i,i nriiiiiwi mips iiniirhtf I rpurpseiits the march of Empire, of des-
1 IIC ilSUK n Wll Hixuuu vi vu . .(-- -
.! f: ;: i 1 f -1 ; ; : , . : " aj -
Produce L Commission '
8CH1MT. MrRfiH'hisE BROKER.
cbfnjjle.niotuitaiu and Country Produce gen- i
Agent for The
oil ani Cotm
Yet, beneath that bosom swelling,
There's a heart to love will yjeld y
Then in gentle words protesting,
Trusting God will prove his shield.
.Need you longer in doubt ponder?
Charity brings its reward!
ATkind word in love may coiifpier,
!Tho' the heart be conscience seered.
Happy thought, oh let it linger!
;Balm of iK-ace to every heartf
In life's "path is-there a stranger,
:Who iu love does Jife impart f
Yes, indewl, therewas a stranger,
tWho to earth in love was made
A kind fiietid, a shield from anger
Crucified, that anger stjiyed. j . .
For tbe Watchman. ' . :
. Kentucky Jottius.
J t i"lu me ia w ooiror tuese .iui3 io oev,urucu
"jiaa, woven or ExciianjfeJ tor ciotn, uiauKtui ur
V4rpeta.i rnifwa unix nave pftiiPntiv been turmsHea
lltl m i,lilnii-ir on.l ( ra n.ktv TirPIl MTfil IO Uiae
, Blanker fail wldUU, Carpets, All wool Casolawre,
ni. 'Ul-piy casii tor all tue wool you may nave
Br sale, i AVIH tf-a n rt in. Knlftln'" fni ton. Cot-
- -. . . . . w-m ' v uv v-a a a. iu.
Yarn, or Sheeung. Prices ot worJdnif up wool
m u uhsi year. , - - -
If Tnn trint Ks3 rai.i'-tTi m- Tnlvimrt and
. u b J. v KJ lb CCiUtUVi ' ' w
COtlin Pv. . no .rifor-itiiT Arlincf-
; v; " " 6 y iJcmciuiA.1 vuv
l.Wllnt a V... 1 . .1 rulAi-ana An.'l AnA
' IiHi w uaJ Villi; 1UUUMU I tuiwicuj cu.u -
- lutoo Eggs,$o Mas In your Poultry and Uen-fruit.
rm nave Cottonr Flour, corn, or any waa oi o,Kl cveeii field even the sucking calf of
Forir.Kiiif vftti win a iva mnnpv hv lt-avlnir It I auu 6'" u . . . ,, .
t m meioseii tTjf rou. brAll cotfoa or Produce 1 a few weeks has its train ot uev oteea 1 uis
,ue t0 siUBiscovcreaDyiJMurtfrtcp.uaiuuij- j worship is nniqnu; no iiriesio jwum inch
mitism. It we are to jnuge oy uie jmn
he is capable of any act to further his owu
ambitious purposes. He will sacrifice his
couutry aud the liberty of the people for
power and fame. He has never hesitated
to over-ride the constitution, the liberty
of the people, or the rights of the States
when they stood between him aud some
ambitious scheme or wish. He is a tyrant
by nature, and an enemy to good govern
ment because it pays him to be so. The
Empire is peace, said Napoleon the first,
when he was scheming to overthrow the
liberties of the French people. Grant no
doubt thinks the Empire is peace, and,
we have no doitbthe will so declare,
should the people of this couutry so far
forget themselves as to elect liim Presi
dent of these United States again. No
greater calamity could befall onr Radical
cursed couutry. It would bean entire sur
render of all the established usages and
customs of the people since the fouuda-
. . a va .
eminent at; , that., time tlie Executive,
Legislative aud Judioi it were decidedly
against them, with all the power and 'in
fluence of public patronage. The Legis-
aturcs of all the States, also, except those
of Keutucky and Virginia, were against
them. Of the two .hundred newspapers
then published in the pnitedStates, nil
but about twenty were enlisted by pref
erence or patronage on the Federal side."
Yet Jefferson the uiastr spirjt of, the re
forms proposed was elected and so we
can elect any good D?mocratsthis year ou
a platform yt proper principles. And we
must do itj or prepare for the worst calam
ities. ' .... V.;s u
The first thing to be done is to thorough.,
ly organize the party ; and the second, is
to see that every man Votes for the regu
lar nominees of the Democratic conven
tions. Every man hits an influence and
he should iise it in -bringing about con
cord aud conceit of action iu our ranks
He cannot afford to remain in active uu
less he is williug to see the curse of Rad
ical rule continued unless he is willing
to see military government established
and nemo domination prevail. Every
mau, too, is directly interested in good
to their intention.
- I i a. .1 a. i.- . m
life; see how they work! No ! They auoui uieu oul ,n 1,118 8ecuou 8lDC'J 11,01,0
seek, like the mango tree, to bear fruit wl, oiV " ? t work. In
for others, and this, too, though treated 81X l" 8 "wul nn a rrT
with much abuse. Now what makes P" m.ymr ;uwkui
them do all this for nst It is their Bible ;" f others who protmse adopting it oon."
and at the end of aneloqaent defense of Thu 18 the comn,on V04ice in th
that book he said : "Do what we will, it wuicu nave given tue lence law
is the Christian' Bible that will sooner trial. - The longer the people are
or later work the regeneration of this under U the Jcak" beC0,M8 the 0,6il'
land" uon io u.-oiaie ivurnai. t
1 I :
Graded School. The Graded School
ought to be regarded as a fixed institu
tion by the people of this town. The
possibility of its beiug allowed to dwin
dle away or be dis continued, Tiught nev
er to be entertained for a moment. It
solves the great question of cheap and ef
ficient instruction in a manner that no
other system of instruction ean.
The schools at Raleigh, Greensboro and
Wilmington, are iu a flourishing condi
tion, and Goldsboro and Salisbury will
soon have schools of this character.! Let -them
be established in every town' where -two
or three hundred children can be got
together. "We must educate, or we must
perish." Faycttev'dlc Examiner- t
We have a graded school in successful
operat ion here, Watchman. !
It is; superfluous perhaps to state that
the N. C. Medical Society which aseui
bled in Wilmington last week Is a very
highly intelligent and, in the main, dig
nified: body of gentlemeu. They left a
very fine impression, we feel sure, upon
our cemmuuity. Oue thing, we are dis
posed1 to bring into prominence in this
connection. 1 he committee of the New
mtt a motion for the iudefiuite postpone
ment of the Kellogg case, and that Gen.
Gordon will make a grand farewell speech
of conciliation and peace. The follow
ing Democrats are put down as likely to I Hanover Medical Society having in charge
.aai. . - - I
vote lor tue uuienuite postponement : tue arrangements for the excursion to
Hampton, Gordon, Lamar, Butler, Whyte, SmithviUe, complimentary to their gnests,
Grooiue, Randolph, Jones of Florida, decided to furnish no liquors for the oc-
Bayard,Thnrm.iu, Ransom, Walker, Har- ca&ion. Two often accompanying invi-
ris, Pendleton, and also Judge Davis, of tatiens, the assurance that there will be
Illinois. It must not be understood, J an abundant supply of whiskey, is her-
however, that any of these Senators have aided through the press as an induce-
authorized auy statement-to be made as men t to those invited to attend. A very
Wiped out by-a Tidal Wave.
An Extraordinary Bogus Ditrpatch that it !
Author Sever Sent,
Recently a telegraph operator named
: Thomas Hohster was arrested in bau
Frauciseo by a Chicago detective. Hol
ister had formed a plot to cut the tele-!?ranh-wires
uniting New York and San
grossleompliutcnt, if iudeed it is a com
pliment, to the guests. All honor, we
say, to those who adjudged that the
Medical Society of North Carolina might
be regarded as occupying a position not
to be reached by such groveling induce
ments. We trust the worthy precedent
will generally be followed. Pretbytcriau.
A Noticeable Difference. A smart
young mau asked a gentlemau from Cape
Cod: "What's the difference between
you and a clam 1" thinking that the Cape
Codger would say he didu't know, aud
theu the young mau would pity him for
not being able to see any difference be
tween himself and a clam, but the thing
didn't work. The Codger took the young
Editor Watchman :
Dr. Dabucy is correct. 1 he (iou ot the.
.-. . t . . T... nn
lilue urass country is a pi. t .- f nMno.ratic irovern-
Hiest 11 vw - - a- -
ment. It would be cuttiug loose vova tue
Iv the Bulls are sacred, but to the mo
I cow is a shrine erected In every pasture
, annssions no more tor tu.u security. - 1 - alllll.;. ..n ..rA ttrt? Keen J and no
lf. 8torp9(r cnA ii.3nr. A.it.v Flour 10 cts I ..i.,Kn...lfu tuinn i-4 nm erecteil. Hilt 31r. I DOW
oth Produce 5 per cenu , . 1 Editor, if you could have seen hall: a sciire HUtory tells us that Phillip of Mace-
it s w . m m i . 7
old land marksand entering upon a bouud
less sea of innovations. It would be vir
tually making Graut king, with supreme
power for life
i ;Tuq Fashiouablo Women
of live men prostrate befoie a heard of ljon tl:e enemy of Atheus. By place
short-horn a3 humble as any .Meuipnian i - . .,,' i " ui .,! tSilini?nieii of
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f actually instituted. 4JTi-truo one fails to What Phillip was to Greece Grant is to
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5 ne late Lord Lytton was fond ot ; re- - , . - jse.aw,um-wi,l.r-tlie sjicrcd an- thf ni inciules of self-government and lib-
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Tiimla lilll'ietl. OUC IIHLUlUg IU llie llilllO
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wtag a little anecdote as an illustration
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- ? , aracte.,,,,0 of lug.l. KSSllSrT vI.eaJud .out f tb, Badica. i-ary-
!,: .Lirl , snoriiy unci "r -l " t.. ..
ttatriajie. said to the author of "Pelhain,"
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wife cannot be a leader of, fashion.", j tTlte nobility it blooded aristocracy np
not, my lord She has virtue, ou four feet. Why, to see au old man
t a .t .....f.i;.i..nm..f ir H.iim.ited over Ui 8Ilorc-llornt giv-
. v A . 1 .1... .,wf.i-id "nfidiirree ou lK)th sides
hit nnon the ver v. reason first: she li14 "i Vs. i!..;,.!! ni tm
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irtaou8;: The lead iu fashion is be- 1 i.-fiiiii the names of thei ves-
toed by the praises of certain fashion- ge( ;u w,ich its Anglo-American ancestor
W "'F"! 4 O UUIUIII
iast be earned. Th
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ifieu to lamuiarity. vuiicu, . . 7- . t.,,, uuiiluillinff.
won, oi, uestrucuon, wuicu, it 1 Timar,!V4:i of the Mayflower i nowhere
ajj rioes, uiust carrv with it the reputa-I i.. , , ' vit-:i
itioivof vW! -h-iA r...KM mr !fn ftlinulil I lim.r tierfectlr canied away"; last
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KmM to this ! therefore she must Saturday writh the cow-aieeting , w.
Ki-AA.i lL "i i i .i ii r . ; I attempt lorecouussomewuai. iumiuwiu,
vO COntentrrt liA.-lnsAnd Willi thfi bum- I . . v . ... . r i. ...
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reneat the - anecdote. for 1 1 .. r vji i-firded as a noor. unsoph's-
Raider its application -better now than I ticuted Tar-ht-el, aud all were o anxious
and reatiy to impart iiiirucnou,jni.ij,
rtv in the United States. Grant is the
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I have come to the conclusion tliat the I a party whose secret oi success i muiuij
attlo of this region , are considered its Jattribuable to its being able to bribe ' the
leading men of the opposition to it rev?
olotiouary design. Eveu - Democrats
bave been boiigU like sheep, with the
prices offered. But tlds iufamous trafic
has become a grave matter. Men can no
longer sell tlieir principle for place with-
AWfi sittui lidi feriu'r awaV the ' liberties of
their couutry. The Radical leader are
;i keen to bu v as ever, though it is not
mere votes they waut, but prolonged and
absolute power, .They bid, not for. mere
pelf and place, bnt fur ; Empires v If men
can see anythiug else in a third term, but
au inorduate yearning for , dictatorial
'then they must be blind,' hide
in-these praises they caaw over. Not stopping there, butbe
rini .rivJ must be giuniug with fresb interest with .the re
rhe giveis must be . f Eugland. Ah, it make a man
Francisco, and then send East a dispatch
government, aud it is his bounden duty to! 'dated at some station iu the Sierras, say-
use evcrv effoi t iu his power. to promote jug that a tidal wave, followed by an
j 4aa lllllllLn li ! i1ui-rfiv(i1 Run Fraueiseu
-J . w" ,,-fr ST w..H...-M .. j . , ,.., thm fro
and the ooorest man, therefor, is a deep- aud ' Viririitia City. The object of the 71,cu T T " :I
ly interested iu the result of this campaign plot was to cause a panic in Pacific Mall
as the richest. The duty for action is stock and Conistoek securities in New
imperative. Organ ize aud vote.'
Grakt and the (Presidency. Chica
go, May 24. Tie Galena Gazette, whose
editoi U a persona! friend. of Graut', 'is
deuving the .statemeiiU. regai-ding his
wJHulniwjiI. sivs: ' Grants- name has
mw T ( ,
never gone) before the public a a' caudi
date for the pi esideiiryi byany word or
act of his owiiynhd he will nibitcertsiinly
not orders Ih i name to b withdrawn.
A very: large class of the 1 American peo
ple Iiaveeuose to make him their ;candi
date and if the Republicans at the nation
al convention at Chicago see fit to tender
the nomination he will not decline it.
This fe know to be a fact, aud we pub
lish it beca'hse it is welL that represena
tive of the; county should? cease to hold
the matter iu doubts: U '
Monroe Express t : We see the name of
Samuel J. jPembertouit Esq. ' of Stanly,
mentioned among the list of candidate
for Congress from this district. We also
hear that he say if CoL Johusou is nom
inated he wlill opprse him as an ludepen
den "i candidate; : W thiuk lm will find
in Auy casej tht jmore is to.he gaiued. by
remainiug in i raaka . than by 4hreaKing
; r .'si, H t i.i.'l ' itt
York market, the panic to be taken ad
vantage of by confederates.
The New -'York Sun says:
"For several mouth the Western TJn-
iou knew their wires were beiug tamper
ed with, and seu t for the Chicago de
tective. He traveled along the line for
several weeks, and finally came to a clue
at a spot a few miles east of Battle Moun
tain. - At this spot the wire had been cut,
and a piece that could readily bed iscouuect
id had been let in. The detective fuither
and then after crowding him into an enip
ty fish barrel and yanking him out again,
said i "A clam wouldn't be playing with
yon this way. That's the difference
twixt me an' a clam !" The young man
had no more questions to ask.
Arrested for B u kg l art. John -Wilson,
colored, was takeu to Salisbury yes
terday afternoon, in the custody of aa of
ficer of Rowan county. He was arrested
on the charge of burglarizing the premi
ses of Mr. Devid L. Bringle, af Salisbury,
in tbeearlyjiart of the present year, rob-
ling him of jewelry and other articles f
value. Queers have been, on hi-track
for some time, and Thursday, aconstablo
came over from -Salisbury, expecting to
fiud him. He failed but a description
was left and on the following night he
was captured by Mr. T,u Black and
turned over to the police, and the author
ities were notified. The evidence against
Wiisou is said to be conclusive. He will
no doubt be tried at the present term of
the Superior Court now iu session In Sal
isbury. Charlotte Obsetrtr. '
Military chaplains are to be dispensed
with1 at the end of the year iu France.
The; Roman Catholic have not yet deci
ded what to do, but'iu all the garrison
towns wheie there is no church the Pro
testant ministers will go personally to
the barracks to invite the soldiers to at
tend service on Sundays, there ate
iouuu au - silty.four garrigoa towIlII which have no
eras and sage-bush near by.- An end fc
lu ... ,.,..1. ,1.1 m.in lin Protestant place forworship, and in these
" ; 'rr" - " - niini8ter on social mission will ask per
waa coiled' up. 'lhe wire ran north, and n'
the detective, following it for a mile,
The Brahniui ,K Indiaj are di v $ y
tJiobuestiok.whetliertho water of the'
rial Gaugesi their h'olf river will not lose itt
edl sanctity 'after 'V'li'aa'"bn, 6rulgwl ovt r
In our judgment, a. third term for GrantbjEuroneaij,.,;,
came apou an excavatiou in the ground,
which was roofed iu with brauchea and
turf, aud which" contained, buried iu one
corner, : several Leydeu -jars, strip of
mission of the mayor to receive oldier
iu one of the hall of the mairie.
Every failure i a step to success ; every
detection what ia false directs toward
what is true: every trial exhausts some
Not only so, bnt
i ... ... r u -j.i I t(.mntiitr furni f error.
...... iiiirrif til iirin. iuc ucitiiiio i 1' ----o
-.:-L..ii i.i...tf nMr bv and watched scarcely any attempt is entirely a fail
. ..i km. -iti,i I nre: sea reel v any theory, the result of
the piace ior aevciai , - . -
..,-is::- '.--iu. j steady -thought, is altogether false; no
Itemntiu:; form i without some la tent
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a iiewpaier an account of the arrest for diarm derived from truth vYheveu.
ii breach of peace of a telegraph operator Friendship is no plant of hasty growth ;
. . . . i. ...i t-f.'u-ii tn t!1ilirn. The Tl..' nlxuted in esteem's deeli.fixed soil.
Wlioui uo o i i : , . . v
detectiv. ' froni what he knew f the man The gradual culture of kiud Intercourse
tietectivi, irom , .JiMiwti brinir it to Derfectiou Joanna
w prompted to go to.&au raucisco ana " ...
1,1, aftW him. He -visited 'Holister'n 144 . ' ' '
mtiinil tJnjrefottudVhatcoufirmed hi I Whatever that be, which think, which
H...iLuU tlml it was Hoiisfer 1 who had f understands, which will, which uacU. it
wuh the Western -uo ion aire. i tsometuing ceiesiui uu iiuhvj auu
as arretted,, ana . inaue con f upon mat account, iuuv uevoosanij w
uliis rooiri :wa found the fol- tlerall. ticrro.
'Off for Europe. Prof. J. F. Latimer,
of Davidson College, arrived in the city
yesterday aud left ou the Carolina Cen
tral train for New York, f.omwhicIi point
he will sail for Europe Friday. He will
be accompanied by hi wife and child.
As heretofore stated in thi paper. Prof.
Latimer goc to Germauy for the purpose
ol farther prosecuting the study of ;tbe
Greek and German languages. It la hi
inteution at present to - ..remain until
Christmas, returning at that time to re
sume hi duties in the institution. A i
generally known, in thus section of the
State at least, he ha already ; spent a
year in the German, universities ; being
a most enthusiastic student, he desires to
again eujoy the superior advantages they
afford. Few men now counected with"
Southern colleges surpass him - in
Greek scholarship; as a teacher, bo ha
perhaps no superior in any college south-
of Baltimore. - CharlotU Observer.
The hand that U closed let iu nothing j
just as trulyasjt lets out nothing, and
selfishness thns outwit itself. Thi i j
true piritually as well a la temporal
and pecuniary matter.; ... .'. .- '- ,
The iutellect has only oue failing, which;
to be sure, i a very etntsiderable one.' It
ha no cmciencs Xapoleou i the readi
est iuhtauce of thi. If his heart had
borne auy proportion to hi brain lie had
been oue of the greatest men lu all hit
tory. latctlt. - ;