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VOL iXIIl.-rTHIRB SEEIES
SALISBURY. IT. C, HAY 18, 1882.
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The Carolina Watchman, I No nft V
ESTABLISHED IN TOE YEAR 1832. i Begone witUientl ! Away with strife) v j
; price, laoiNADVAjfCE. ;j:;-iiT Our iinman hearts ncnuiliiigj ,4
.itft us uc rricuus Hguiu ; iub -
I v 7s nil to short fur hating t " - .
i So dull the day so dim tlejway,. v . ;
j So round the road we're iriug - ,T
lir letter weal Avith faithful friend, '-
j Theu stalk alone iiucarii. r H 0
j The barren figt the withered viue, ;
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Jacfisa Hill LXik$l
; j A COEBBATED UIJA
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Tlie State Normal School.- ;
- Jackson Hill, N. C. Mav, 4, '82. r The Stati Nrtial School to be ItehTat
The whiter, with usfn-nast, the ,nl 18S2 v Tl of fjlIlftirpr(. kavB
genial rays of ia May sun , are ouce beeu fortunttejin securing the services of
morenpoQ " us, and the cattle upon la severar disnngnished instructors, front
thousand hills find verdure in abuu- ortli aui Soatn, lociiiding some ot
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Tomlinson, principal of
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; Mt. Ykuson, N. 0, March 3rf '83.
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1 Some mtn are in the habit of repeat
good advice iu the presence of and ostcn- j terday tu iuter an Alexandria woman of
sibly fur the benefit of others, just as tbey
would say their prayers, to strengthen
their owu faith, imaginiag thus to keep
themselres in mind of aroiding te erils
they warn other! against. Thtjr Toice
So dry. the bowers, so few tlie flowcrsi
i Our earthly way discloses, "
! Far better stoop, where daises droop.
Than tramp 'on broken! roses!
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Ot what are all the joys wejhold,
Compared to jjs above us I
'liie Wfegesof bin. I : Ibe Southern Methodists;
Undertaker Wheatley was called yes-1 SOME INTKnESTIXCJ FACTS t AND FIQ
Bad history. She was, many years ao, - i V .. r ., "r .' ,
ona of the handsomest ad most spright- . ealhfr the Allowing interest-;
ly of r AlexandriaV society belles. -Her ,nS statistics from the address of-the .
father had Wen one of the leadiug law-1 bishops at the General Confcrencern
yers at the ;o!d district bar, aud-was le- I session it Naslivillclast week :
within the meaory of those now lvvtjie Wilson Grideil School has been elect- land manner betrays themVtwhilef speak-, P1te: the proudest man in Alexandria. The force of itineraut ministers un
when the prospects of. J he fieldj td 5upeiiuteueni and will brio's" to., the .ing; and if those whom tbey advised will irJ in fiilo.the young girl became pos- der'iiMilnf mnt io lal'iA
v Lu lui.ibUHwou xruui ii iiicii site I r ; - . . .
recovered; This separated her from ou thirty-nine Annnai Conferences
iuu incuuauu sue uniteu away i v wtv uviu w u,iv-x. uc4u
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novrn nssociaiious ana uauiis. io intrirase in me last quaarenuiuui
here yesterday from Brooklyn
undertaker was iustructed to
grave iu the old family grave
taught theni a flessoii which will do Amei lean has devoted more attention exampte,vby Icontradictioui 'm4 . inkier .w" purchased."', Fewtfewthatthe ' re-
tlicm trtinA fi-rnppftrinii9 tn -nmo. s" ; iujmhkij-.wihiuiwh, 1UVA I 4i. .1 . iii.'l maiUB there inferred tvera lltn&a nf tli I mnninn nf - llin Phuri'i Inct trin'
V":" . rr "-..' r ' Jttuwialfu frahMa teacher how U teath. I M?.MIW ' ' junut : - - - -'.7 T'l -T" j-, j
ips o t-aual in the United b'riuging morals and religion into ridicule fascinating and flashing brunette so well The amouut of church properly and
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liut smiu that give, like tniuo ana mine, ine garuen, auu ine orcnaru, ayltc so . ouuui unt.watch them for a day ortwo,tliey will J "VOn;u
'new their fife by giving : flattering us no or a time whe tlie
6 all e-wars weVe coiu - T i .-. i -" - ' "l V- Prof.' Esmond DeGraff, ''Soperinten" j glers - for ; going-, yety ' Tar r Mtray nfroa '""'y ?
Pat-- !-ft.r iVnf n-i.i. "r& Brant. mudi agricultural. Uiid horticultural dent of Pablicllnstructioailu the city of tfieir own book, , However, this teed hot to unk
Than tread bo frnit fliat crowinffr! zeaDTliegfejt.clrought of the past year 7 Patersoti, Ned Jer
L V- - - V, has:awakenei.etj jtlielpeople to a bet- Ittiou-ofjjPrineipal. J?K peats the discources of heaven, when H rooght
rvCyJ " A Z ?wV'?!lJjl--rr i tliem, energicfia which,; had;theen ;ecUo,l iuanaeiieut. etud hks.na, alkthincs. then, let na beware Jiow we wak h.r
.Ti-fftP-irliPninlti:lit willrtw. ' i uormaut un i incir ., hbi-: imct nuu xnraai renuuuipu iu flonnai chi w uj . i tvQ tro nk Of civlOXT advice. Wtticn
ing tfeighborhods, in regard to both ; Stutes.
of:247;:t Our itinerant svstem is'ex-
ceedingly effective.' , . -',3.
The membership lias increase I from '
798,863 to 860,687 ;Tiiirteen 'thou- -
sand of these, were added to the cbmV
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The Wheat cti,p, in; this aud adjoin- ..pa l0 LUil Q the United b'riuging morals and religion intb ridicule fascinating and flashing brunette so well
t Amon the'; medicinal means of arresting
' disease, lloetetter'a Stomach Bitters etanda
pre-eminent. It checks the further progress
of aL disorders of the stomach, liver and
! bowels, rerires the vital stamina, prevents and
remedieehiUs and fever, Jncreases the activity
; of ths kittneys, counteract a tendency to rhen-
matism, ind is a genuine stay and solace to
aged, Jnfjrm and nervous persons.
; 1'or ale by all Druggists and Dealers
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and destrojinz all confidence in four
mitn, ol Atlanta, Ua., tLre deliverances.
The old are too frequently jtr ke oia-
IkiZki't fkniiolAil nm) 4 lki-k ivorfj -it.v is no 1
A.,.i ...j t.. f,i ' i .i " i,. i i. ami l liiininir sdiooi. win nave ctiarce
fini tiari'd tn Iuji ti Iova iia't . ; i . f the Mmlel Primftiy school, in whieir the gustiug habit of-advising, the young in
sometime from lTew York State Normal
known in other days.-
ington Star, 2oih.
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increased in- proportion, . Ilotises of
So flet bur years, 60 full of tears;
ao ciose oeaiu is awauutg
God gives us space for loving grace
But, leaves no time for hating.
prove to be gen
eral, and shouldj no . disaster befall
these cereals Tsuhingr the next three
weeks, farniers will be . 'remunerated
Normal students will have opportunity tedious, querrulous, and ill-timed ad-
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oi ODserviug uv wusi approveu meiuous
of primary ii,i ructions. She will also
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. B Ixodes iiRQ E, rrest. Wst. C. COART.iScc'y
Her. Mr. Rumple's Jlistafy of Ruwan
Page 337j Rev. MrT Harris at ThyatiraC
1772.- - - : i' ' ' " '
In Webster's History of Presbyterian
Churchy pp. G69, 670 is a ijtice of him :
"In 1756 he was ordaiued j pastor of In
dian Kiver, near Lewis, j lelawarf , aud
resigned 1709. In the Spring of that year
he was sent, by the Synod to Virginia,
North Carolina, and "thosq parts of South
j Carolina that are under; Our care." In-
j J771, the Synod ordered him to supply at
j Hitchcock's and Cartridge Creek, iu An
i son county, Noith Carolina, for tliree
i months. He joiued Orange Presbytery,
in 1774, ami was set off with five others
; in 1764, to form the Presbytery of South
( Carolina." Iu exact accordance with this
in Caruthei's Life of Caldwell, p. 250, is
Prof. SI.eiam, Suptf of the Oswego Nor- y f con,ideralion.
mill colw-uil mill tl'nm III- nl Kin. I v
, . . i . I need anvu'ft : bnt th whan nnd wuer
f,.;t-..i I how of iriviiiff it. are auefttions ortreuisu-
with a double crop, and breadstuff' i illtel medisite' schools. Miss Smith comes dous imiwrtance and resoonsibilitT. on
will, at once, tumble to bottom prices, j with the highest recommendations from which most of the old have bestowed the
making glad anil grateful hearts
throughout ur laud.: Garden vegeta
bles, potatoes, etc., are all exceedingly 4
fine and forward, so that even the
writer of this hks had-some new early
rose potatoes ononis tajble the past week.
Orchard fruits (especially peaches) are
already beginning to', .bend -the trees,
so as to necessitate j propping, while
mal school' and from Dr. Mayo, of Bos
ton, who slys, ("I know of no teacher of
my large acquaintance better fitted for
your work, thaii .she."
Prof. Alexander Phillips, (University
graduate) of tliie Clinton High School, has
been secured as Instructor in Geogiaphy.
Prof. Phillips faas made the study of his
subject, and tlve methods of presenting it
. i f.'i y . ii y.-
10 classes a siiam.y, auu win uuring
The Methowst ;Bi8how Nashville, worship have been built or renovated
May 9. In tLo Methodist General Con-1 on a better style of archilScture. and
ltctures. I know tlie yodug rece to-uay tao committee reported a there has been, in a marked degree, a
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Aud r.uuuu tu uiuore mo ouege oi ceneral clearwiff out of old debts.
Bishops to organize annual conferences Ths-Ji:i: f4-i ' S i
, r., . . , . . , . A. l he condition of our mission work,
in China aud Central America during the .. , , , , ..j '
next quadrennial. at uo,ue and abroad may be outlined
The Committee on Episcopacy present- in tbe bHowing statemenU 'K
d a written tribute to the meroor of de-1 The amount raised for foreign mis- I
ceasea bistiops Wightinan and Doggettj sions, irom Way, 1874,'to June, 1878,
aiso recommending me request of Bishop wa8 8242.933.98 : from June. 1878.
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aiuu iw u reiircu i rvm i uiureacn re ser
vice, accompanied wi(h an eulogy of his
The Indian Nutbreak.
strawberries, with all tleir peculiar f the session give illustratire lessons both
April, 1882, $354,371.09an increase
in the last four yoars of $111,438.01.
In the same years were contributed; f
to the i domestic missions within the
i uscousnets ai. a oeamv. are iasi arriv- j "" "'"-' -.....i. ..r ,ll.,wir,- s. i
: '.w.i-..:... ing Map-drawipig. " JL""',"?:.. w.- I a ,..He attorney declines to say what he
.ugafc iu.. iuiiiv.; Pnf. Juo. 4 Hi uton, of the Wilson V -JV?l-iJ"ituo. It is very important,
lhe generalr outlook ot Jackson Graded School will be instructor iff Math- 3ul 37:1 very m mal his post. T
ilili. arid theiad aceut couutrv all ematics. in which deuartmeut he sobiuh- r"F" "T.Y r" J?"?' T 7. goes tbat Democratic jurors were
9 - - am mt i ' o amm m m w l Mm a a ruafiiii m i I'M waaiarii'iv
A Wrwflfl riomnnriTr SfiftlririD' a list of t!, members of Orange Pi-esbv
j ti. i i tery iu
y iu J704, John Harris nauia is there
j without any church. But in minutes of
nU I -nv.,-, ' "ni;nT,l T iknl I Gen. Ass. 17, he is put down as a mem-
MUIiy riUiillll, ittiiidiJlC, illUUlCll I ( bcr of the Presbytery of South Carolina,
J iTerln olicics written on Dwellings. ! jitUoutPauy church. Hejjs noticed isDr.
:Premitims payable One-half cash and bal ! Howe's History of Presbyterian church,
auce in tSelve mouths. . ! in oufh Carolina, o. 440;4
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J. ALLir8fiUWtt, t.,( Pago 935. The manuscript' map of
Salisbury, N. C . i.v-t,,... n. -t- r...... . -.f i !
I suppose that the author of the hook
! uaver saw that, thbugh it is in existence.
It was -found in the house of the 'Into
Alexander Nisbit, with the copy of the
Minutes of the Committee of Safety in
Rowan ; both had .been Isold unnoticed
amoug some old Pamphlets, at the sale of
the effects of lawyer Wni. Sharpe. ;The
writer of this took it to NY., and had sev
eral hundred copies lithographed in 1847.
It is difficult now to find One of them. A
notice of it was published iuN. C. Pres-
byterian, in August, 1850, and in Histori
cal Magazine Morrissania, N. Y., 18C7;the
, editor promised to have the Map repro-
duced in his Magazine, but did not do it.
We have had applications for copies of
it from Kentucky, from Ciuciunatti,! "nd
from Davenport, Iowa. Due seut iu one
case was found pasted over a crack iu the
side of a kitchen and taken down1. In
; the last case, last year, vte could not find
o.ie to send. -.;.
Page 84. ' Rev. David Caldwell a teach
er, 1766, at the Crowfield school,- &c.
This isthe only notice we have found of
that fact- Caruther's does not notice it,
we visited at the spot (or Dr. Stiusou's
aroundl, is, th isl year, !so far, most en
couraging. Kail road surveyors, in
various places, ";a re setting their com
passes and telescoi e iu tiiis direction
while some surveys have already been
been made, which came so close that
it is reasonable to suppose that this
was ouc of the 'objective points. One
ly diistinguishckl himself as one of Biu-
h ant's best."'
class drills, ra
San Fuancisco, May 4. a careful sum
niary ; shows a total of 141 whites aud character and past services.
Mexicans killed by the Indians in Arizona
y v if - . 1 ! 1 -
muur??.? exi? ,u","if , .7 2T W have no means of tellirig whether
Wife KB. UW llfitU Ul Bl UvK HIUCU MV I t . , . 1
,ared.ud the dcructiou .f o,.r 75.W0 bounds of the Annul oonfcr.ucei. the
. . . .. F 1 . t 11 f Ark a a m T : - "
iutendsisums respectiuny oi $zit,viu.u and
ffiprftt" tliftf I Ot-c.ctT ntrr .1 ' . f .1 1 " "' "i
w v ww att f f n rfin n nmn 11 t i n r no ifsr vtysn .
he report "". . "
excused I reunium ueuig in excess 01 tiieiormer
Recitations aud methods
iu Writteu Arithmetic, Oral Arithmetic
)id calculations, etc., will
Ion.-ton the distinguished
Elocutionist of New Yolk City, has been
engaged to take charge of the Elocution
classes. Prof, lloii.stoii is pronounced
his commmid reached here yesterday
from Helm's ranche. There are uo lu
dians in the vicinity. Capt. Harris thinks
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11:11 n 1 in 1 un iitMiiirn iwiir iiurii l . .
Im" I ua mav, or may not, mean that a new
.wex.ct,. iiierem.uu ,u.w u conspiracy U afoot to get, next week, a
mouutams or anywhere else within fafty anV,J nw:r.nrnani. a . W n. '
iles of Tombstone. ! jj.-,. .
yesterday and allowed to go home, while Dv 89 934.31.
Republican jurors were told to stay rri ' T ",.
awhile longer. This has an ugly look, lhe lndiai
"the most successful reader on the Amtr-
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survey was commenced, not long since k-an platform, ' and is equally at home in Bide of the House is as follows : It is -in
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at. intnMsvi Hp. Hip; n npftivo nnmt the uiamatic. pathetic anu humorous, lie
iiPino- Alheninrip. nnd ntror Iwin-r .comes with th
ian mission has steadily.
grown. We have now in that Con
ference over 5,000 members Chero
kees, Choctaws, Chicasaws, Creeks,-.:
4 Vk w fk at- T A,!n rUKA onr! SnminAboa nAeirlaXS cotrAra hnn-.
.rra llttria tAlarrrnnna tn rliA NW 1 I . - -
York Tunes that tho "programme on that Democrat Sunday before last showed the dred white people and negroes, who
numoer ot people who attended Divine
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i i IjplEMEMBER
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UUIIllllSUCU IU M piJllil. BVU1C ll'U IUIIC3 I MjlcIntOSII Of
souin oi tne iormer place, was inysie-Moskic. L. ,L
nously abandoned, hud the stillues
of death settled around the whole
e highest testiuionials from
of New- York, Rer, Dr.
Philadelphia, Prof. Mac
D., of Priucetou Collece.
The New York Tribune says
readings of 1'fof. Houston have met with
. ; . vri-ftu.ii : viir - r. 1 1 1 ft .i r i i uiiii i rii:iiiii ws.m
inauer, Aiiouier survey is, us repot i u ilB ,v iu 1,,,.;.. no.
- j i . . . .asii'i W Aft,.'v iv.ua .wa7itft
savs.now in nrntrress irom adcsboro. u tTt...,t;4.,i un.n-
mi I. -0 ; i - i i umii i iniitii f . n iiu jj u i ia,i4s unvn (
the objective point beiiii; Greensboro, 1 aud has drawn tears from thousands by
or. as some think. Tihomasville. Al- his attesting unnciatiou of that ballad."
lowing for much wiiid in railroad, as
well other matter?, it is reasonable to
.1 ..I .! 1
suppose tnat the peopie oi mis place
will not be without railroad facilities
Our merchants, Messrs. Adderton
& Badgett, and Messrs. Adderton,
Shemwell & Co., in view of the flat-
service iu tlie various churches that day I
to be 17,947 men, 23,853 women and
14,912 children, while 20,242 were found
engaged iu secular employments. The ;
census -gives St.. Louia a population of j than thirty'travehng preachers -most
350,518, so that it would appear that of them Indians and one hundred
have obtained citizenship or right of
residence among tlie natives. The
gospel and the qrdinancesof,' the;
church are dispensed to them by more
Prof. Chas. L. Wilson will h ave charge
of Vocal. Music iu which will be daily
drills in elrmehtary aud advanced work.
Prof. Wilson is a socialist and as a Nor
mal Instructor; has been highly success
ful aud has gained a reputation iu his
special work .surpassed by none in the
Other instructors will bo announced in
due time. Auioug the distinguished ed-
tended that the nominations by the apti
prohibitiou convention shall besoch that
they will be indorsed by the Republican
State convention, which meets here on
June 19, and thus establish the liberal
Htid lndependeut movement iu rvortli
Carolina. The members of the obmni(ttee
All in; uiiiuoiuai a v iv tu va iuv kwi i . . t yl
coiuUtion of their respective portions of only abont one-sixth of the people attend aU(1 twenty iocal preachers.
the tate, and prophesy the decisive ue- cnunu. The Mexican Border Mission, on.
ttat of the Bourbon Democracy iu Novem- m . -
ber next." These prophesying commit- , , 8aid h j fi , Brow preg.. our southern frontier has; extended
teemen were doubtless the redoubtable , . ' . . :c i0.r nP; Itrvlfc Th .nn.Uf
nni,.r pi nni .ii.nftinr. Tim TWiir- ueut liarneiu s private secretary, tnoucii " r
eux and the other Republican Mneinbers I Poor mftn thf f dy one of the White I members is near one thousand ; native
tering prospects in agrrcultural pro- ucators who will be present duriug the
ducts, 6ic, have bought more largely
than ever "before, and are now receiv
ing their new stocks, which are exceed
ingly choice, aud well -selected, .lhe
above firms, in addition to a large re
tail business, do also a very considera
scsMou as special lecturers, may be men
tioiied the following.
Rev. Dr. J. L. M. Curry, Agent 'Pea-
body Educatio.; Fund, Richnioud, Ya.
Hon. Jno. C Scarborough, Supt. Pub
lic Instruction, N. C, Dr. Eugeue Gris
8oii, Supt. Institution for Insane, N. C,
Maj. Robt. Bingham, Supt. Bingham
ot tho "liberal" party, lhey area team,
they are. But the point in the matter is
that Col. Johusing, Tom DevereuX and
the rest of 'em are to fix np the slat for
the Republican couveutioa to accept, en
dorse aud vo( for. This surprise us.
We had heard that Dr. Mott was a
shrewd political manager, but it does not
show shrewdness for him. tot place the
entire Republican party at the feet of
the geutlemeu named above; and their
associates. The rank and file of the party
will kick at that. New & Observer.
House staff who refused to put in a bill or
accept auy extra compensation for ser
vices rendered during the illness of the I
Presideut. Yet d;iv after day and night!
after night he rem.-tiued at the bedside or
within call to render service when need
ed. Mr. Rrewu-is au honorable exception
among the gang of rabbets. Charlotte
A gamecock ought to b good eating.
Docs not the poet
ay "the bravest are
preachers 17; churches- have been
built and more have been projected:
In the Central Mexican Mission we
now have 1,150 members 32 native
preachers and 23 day schools, besides
The Sunday school department has
made progress during the past four
years. The increase in the number
of schools is over 2,000, and of pupils
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T il, f, rrl.f in tltA VmnirniRtafA h.
ble wholesale; business, aud are pre- School, Prof. Chas. W. Dabney, Sr. PIi hween the railroads and the people over
Agricultural I the Railroad Commission Bui some sin
gular developments have come ito; the
pared to offer strong inducements to
their customers The Messrs. Surratt
have recently: established a furniture
store at this place, whtre may be
found a pretty good assortment of
D. State Chemist, Director
Prof. Win. B. Phillips, Ph. B. State surface. A meeting of "manufacturers
Experiment Station, Rev. Dr. A. D. Mayo 1 and merchants" was held in the city of
of Boston, the distinguished New Eng-1 Rochester, called in opposition; to the pm-
land educator and editor of the National I are of the bill. The ceneral business of
household furniture, such as chairs, Journal of Education is expected to re- Rochester, by the way, has suffered more
near the spot) Mrs. Margaret Davidson, a
j memler of the OsTorne family, born) and jney. are prepared to o
brought up at the Red House, or Bslle- accomuiodatiuir terma.
inoiit, near the site of the school, a few
years ago, to inquire about these matters
the teachers there, Sec. She said noth
ing about Dr. David Caldwell. The re
port may have originated from the fact
tables, bureaus, bed-steads, mirrors,
dec; also burial cases, of superior
make and finish. On all the above
fier the most
visit this State during the sessiou ot the for the want of some pro rata protection
Normal, iu which ease, he has consented ( and uuiform rates probably!! than any
to be present and deliver several lectures other citv in the State of New York. But
on topics of school aud College work aud j the speakers at this Hireling took strong
i ii I t . It ii. .. i.ni 4ii.J T :
ground against the bill before ihe Legis- inuep
lature ou "general principles. They J doesn
A petition to preserve the extinct j 71,000.
citiM and antiquities of New Mexico There are now 9,310 schools, j)2,H
and Arizona is befor the Senate. 442 teachers. 4G1.321 pupils : increase
T 11 .1 i l last V1 Xli.lUI, XIIC UUUUBJ
Placards have recently appeared in I J . s ,1:
Dublin announcing the formation of literature has ueen improved n qitaij
a society for the restoration of legisla ity, red seed in price and increased id :
tive independence. They contain hos- circulation. ! r' U,
tile relerences to castle omcials. Tn 1070 iie ntftrrPraie cirmilatinn I
The Washington Post sars: "Tlie was ou,uuu .montniy issues ; 11 is now .
Independent movement in North Carolina j over 400,000. Several new books j
it- ' d)o.
GEE AT KEDUCIION
- f I 'IN.TsIIE PRICES OF-
y - 2arT5l3Moauaents and Grave-Stcnes of
filfcSi' I "E7ei7 Dsscription.. - ) :
1 1 j j j c I coriiallyiuvite the public generally
j w u iipecuon 01 my stock and Work.
1 1 I feel justified iu assert in? thnr.
experiehce under first-class workmen in
nil tlio 3tn... 1 1 1 .
1 that Dr.xnh:irlc CiildwBll. of r'aleirina
county, "taught there at one timej He
tt-'io tln lnVt. ImipIihii' at tlia flin solinnl
30 miles north of there, 1787. This will
be found in his autobiography, published
a few years ago. In a letter to Hugh R.
Hall, Esq., of Iredell, March 12th,jl847,
lie says,". "I succeeded at Clio Mr. II.
and cputinued at the head of the school
two years about, when I Lwithdiew from repute for piety and worth, they -keep
it by invitation to aid in the establish- qnier and stand .with attentive ears.
ment i. e. re-establishment of a similar iIe fleets their minds! and assuages their
institution in uentre cougregatiouj rear 1 an(Tr with liU imnU
Virgil, in the first book of the iEneid
gets up a violent storm5 in the Meditcrra
ueau Sea, and wrecks the fleet of JEueas :
Neptune, the God of the Sea, discovers it
and rides out over the i surface with his
chariot and calms the waves. , Theu the
poet makes tho comparison : "As when
often in a populous community, a violent
Mmmntinn nriia cm A rnrra fillc tho niinr? a
. 4, . 11 j i i . ,1 Ax Innocent Man Imprisoned. Gov.
of the ignoble crowd; j aud nmr torches Silermaii8 profOUudest sympathies are
anu Biones ny auu iury iurmsues weap- excited lor the unfortunate Red Oak far-
oiis. Then, if .they see a mau of great J mer, Mr. George Bennett, who was under
is too mucu 1 1
of a livingexamplo for any North Caro- r .
una Democrat to follow." I . lhe condition 01 our publis
mifr:il illK:i 1 inn .
ov ' . . b.ov v.. - r--- r.r i i . 1 t.. a ..t
It may be stated aud the statement is Nature ou "general principles.? They i, co...c u,, " c i I and catechisms have been nublished
.rti, v if ti. i.i.ri.p. .hrtiH-n th.it ' MLni5iVm- of .,i- carrying Raleigh and most of the other ana catechisms uav e oeen puoiisnea,
a great part bf tlie first two or three days formity. They were in favor of leaving Dr tow8 aionaay, u man i adding to tlie general OUDdajr sc.
will lu mvmunn ciu nn nl Ihft wrlr. I .1... 1 . nf Ulatu unit, tu.fliil I IllitCkV M enuniui: iu.llivuo i. iuu uiuvu
ings of the Wilson Graded School which 1 rates with favorite shippers. iTbe "iua-
clotes on June 16th. This inspection Njenahle riirht" of every man or eorpora-
as to modes of instruction and discipline, Hon not do what he or it saw fit to do in
class work aud general school mapagment the managment of his or its own busiaess
will be supplemented daily by lectures was the principal theme of the oveniog. T)g 102 monitors, with revolving
ed the prindi
ings may have
m. . ' i tj. I house has been materially changed.
There are now in the European na-1 Ju 6 ?
and for the better, since-the General
us in which will be explain- The supporters of the measure at Albany 4erpes an(j jjey are distributed as Conference last had its affairs under ,
t.ttdto'Si ,wJffllSS jollbwitglA 24; Fr.n; consideration. Theisdom of clotlW;
school rooms. Wilson Advance.
ur or discretion, i ne expiaoanea oi i ucnuaii;, , uun.uu, , .taij, u , i iug mr uouk uuiuiimuuc nuu jwwero
to this singular phenomenon t is given Sweden and Norway, 9 ; Kussia, m ; aaeqbate to the emergency has been!
Kr a Unnliscl.P lianaP V.VTV atl liar- I O 1 . T. " I. O . T I O I . - O J , :
y. "wvwv.i.. j I opain, i; Aenniara, o ; jlutkcj, o.
IIC1II1 1 III IIIO lUCCllllg WW utv mr
z j.i. - e4u.il xvntraita fr
freight rates with the railroads leading are of the American type.
I i. il I vi 4 a1 - Ti It. mrAn .a A v A 4 Vi A a I m
Twenty-seven of the above vessels . , ..... . l h i
agaiusi. iiic puuiisiiiiig iiuusc auiuuui-
out of or through the city, and expected
a continuance of the same favors in the
future ! Cin. Times-Star. "
about 1785, and thatschoolended
when he went to Crowfield, He
aieucst and modprn Ktvioa wl
that th workmanship is equal to anv of
the.besl in tlm country. I do not say
liSrr-J. i 'Cl'a'ley 0,- iu Foot., p: 51
der to ieconiplkh a sale. My eudeavor is
to please-and give each customer the Val
ue of eviy dollar they leave with me.
7 .PEICES 35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPEK
; than ver offered in this town before
Cult at :once or send for price list and de
- signs. SatisfactJouguaraut'd or no charge.
The Erection of marble is the last work
: of respect which we pay tothe memoTy
'of deputed friends.
t o .. I JOHN S. HUTCHIKSON.
Salisbury, N. C, Nov. I, 1881. j
; l?ov"y tEOW Ut VQere alman
nas no b&vse rent, nor store rent, nor clerks to hire,
, lie can sell low? go to j. L. wkioht fr.rrr'
a.ajiv'Mr:1' Su?ar an coffee Mola&se
7" px, tracttrs. Candles. r rult I
L'iiVrfc rncf ?f Lee and rislir r 8treet I
?n 5r a 3 late nce. J.L-W RIGHT
mistaken ideutity, toru from his home
aud family about a year ago, and, after a
hasty trial, incarcerated iu the Fort Mad
ison Penitentiary an innocent man. He
was imprisoned by a cuuninir rascal who
41 i!J nl TT I ... . .... . ! - . . - , I ...i.i ..j? : i . x .
u.c .cB.ucuce ot v,on vsuuru. acwuic This is an Ulostratioa of the calming wm io. i imagiumy gran w a eu . t e . . . .n mi -nm roraunm onA Mnd.m Hrppt:
uau grain aeaier auu neu wiin rue mon- i ""uov i - . , , . . . ornnnn .X,
?. . . . . I ..... . . ... -1 . ITf I k A. .Ill, II,. A . . . iTnnnli.ng I IhfKI . H 1 .1 ll-Jl I . fl II fl TOP rPTTl !1 1 fi I tl OP 1 fl
ey. lSennett was airesteU, aud although I prohibition last year win jes ,-i;oi. nm.ai.uwu hu wc nuui ;H,;"f,l .:...
uncouscious ot the deea ana strongly I jnhtmtAn and his so-called liberal in and mouenr astronomers, ai miunignt i aeuteuness in a manageaoie snape,
protesting his entire innocence, be was , w mramk -Te4lv alone with the Enclish, French, Dutch, ho intr almost whollvf In 4 nrt nrnt.-
ft U B-M ftA m M-l n U A ft4 I - (M ft I 1 . i-.
ed to over $300,000, drawing interest
Day begins at sunset with the Jew?, at the rate 0f 860 a day, and, the lia- :
Athenians, Chinese, Mahometans, I bilities exceeded the assets by . more
Italians. Austrians and Bohemians. A, otn w tL. .....i. U-,'V
Will let niM Severely! Alone I At sunrise with the Babylonians, Sy-
of the mob in Wall StJ N. Y., by Mr. Gar
field after the assassination of Mr. Liu
The reports now
I show assets above liabilities by more
n . n. ntr . .- ... . . n I (1.1 WIIIIITB Ii
in rsann iu ; cue same xiua or nurieu into prison and connned one year. " l . . . ti;. I n a Qimi!iL Pniinn.cA Amor.l . ? . . 1 . . :
a storm is quieted ia uswer to prayer. The real culprit has been fonud and Beu-m the coming campaigu. emocrat. uuia, 3,li..uo,4v.4u6v,u.w bonds on long time. . Also, that tho
"The Star of Zoiu," of April 13th, quotes "God maketh the storpi a calm so that
Bishop Hood as follows:,
"Bishop Hood reported that daring his
ten years' term there had been three bun;
dred church buildings .erected iu his dis
trict. In reference to Zion Wesley Col
legiate Institute, the Bishop stated they
had thought it was - wise to , remove the
location from Concord to Salisbury,! N.C
The agent who had been: appointed ito so
licit funds in England (Rev. J. C. Price)
had reported about $5,000 as having been
collected and in the hands of the treasur
er in England. A new church has been
recently established in Raleigh N. C. ,,
- Vhy are pretty girls like wild cherries?
Because tuey make you packer np your
the waves thereof are still," wko stilleth
the noise of the seas ; the noise ot 1 their
waves, and the tumult of the people." Fs.
65:7. :. , . . ' .lb '- E. F. R.
A SeriOus Buna wxt Accident. Last
Tuesday. afteruoouMssrs. Wm. White
and Lonrfie Smith, of, Shiloh township,
this county, started from town on a two
horse wagon, loaded with dry hydes, go
ing hornet About the residence of Mr.
John M. Dukej three j miles from town,
the horses took frigjir, ran away and
threw both"bf the young men frota the
wason. Ju the fall Mir. Smith who is a
son of Mr. O.fN. Smith, of Shiloh
both lees broken, and
nott ruluonml TTii.lap tli. law lia m.n lint I and R.nnhlMVinft Will fall lntO line UUdeT I lCaHS, EIC.
. . 1M . I
recover damages, but the Governor means 1 their old banners, and all side shows will
bo very seriouts." He received surgical at
tention from Dr. T. Ci Halyburton, who
was fortunately bnt a
hind, and -overtook the parties in
his, injuries must
to see to it that proper atonement is
made by the State. He iutends to ad vise
the next Legislature to make an appro
priation of $10 per .-day; for every day
that Bennett was iu the peuiteutiary, and
that he. be presented, with a pai-chment
upon which shall be inscribed the entire
facts of the case; exonerating himself and
family. De Mains (loxca.) Leader,
manufacturing facilites of the' house
have been increased and its business
put on a cash basis. k - 7 ; j.
be forgottou while the grand performance writer in the Greensboro Netcs,
is going onln the big te'nt. We earnest- oyer lhg gjgnature of Justice, nomi
lv onnosed the prohibition bill last year, Tr -c ni.i. n
. . I naiCS llOU. JLf. X . VU1U WCII. UI UlCClia- Prrmton fAiir IT Art T P V.l.
: t .... nnn. id fli .f It mnr nr. -. ' .1 1 CJNCIIRD COIN. Hon.'lC IS. VaDCe IiaS
gy the nondescript movementl headed by bo.r9i for Congressrcan at large. Mr. been looking into the question of pnnched ,
The fact that frauds were practiced !
upon the Apaches, whereby they were
robbed of valuable cpal land, does not
excuse their horrible exhibitions of devil
try ; bnt: this outbreak .makes "conspicu
ous for the hundreth time the duty of the
Government to deal oftt' justice with an
iron baud upon , reckless adveaturerg. ,
CSn.- Time-Siar. ,
Col. Johnston and Mr. Sorrel). The Sor
rell horse will be distanced iut the race.
Wilmington Star. j
Tho scamp Howgato stole a . fortune,
spent it in laxnrious and rieting living,
lavished it on his female friend, leav
ing ' his poor wife to make jfk living for
herself. He is now a reruffiee wnnuuc
Caldwell is one of tire-purest and most I coin at headquarters, and has reached tbo
devoted of North Carolina's sons, and
would make a faithful and . alous
representative if elected to that posi
tion. There are many able and de-
conclusion that mutilated coin can only
be safely taken at a discount of 25 p 1
cent.! " . l- ; '--! r'.v-''-
It is worth remembering that nobody cn
serving men in the State wjiq would Ijoyg the nicest surroundings if in bad henlth
fill the position well, but none morel5 m?ry PPIe 7X"
friends and without money, a beggar. I earnestly devoted to the welfare of I Parker's Ginger Tonic would do them more 4
The ways ot the 8Connarei,re nuru. i k:s State nor more deservin? than hr I u luan Hocrore nnunieuicmes
part. '.- it - i ' .
they have ever tried.
road. Landma rk: