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STABLISIIED, IN TIIE YEAB 1832.
price; iuo is abvajjce., J , ; '
Thei hands at the Dutch Creek Mine
rtakidg brick did a good dajs. workUast
riday. i They started to work at 6 a.m.,
d shopped at 6 pi m r aud ' made 9,000
pncK irom a vug win. yw,.
were made p to ten o'clock , 1,000 per
loar, ,Two reeling spells and one; hour
fr dibner. j Whe canbeat itt ; P
THIS IS. THE. SOKO THET SANG.
Brick Yard Poetry
Some folks si the Pug Mill moulding,
Sode folks working in the clay f i f
GebUD in the morning shouting- 1
Off-bear them bricks away H , :
C3Urtl-- Judgment, judgment, great. day J.-
i of rest coming. . r , '4 O, ? 4 NJal
Judgment, judgment, great day or rest.;
I- Seme folks at the hack kilning,
8dttie folks wheeling briclr all day ; .
Gelnp in the morning shouting '
Kiln and wheel them brick away.
4 Some folks at the kiln burning,
Some folks storing wood -all day ; .
Losk out, pay-day is coming
Slake nine thousand brick a day.
Leuleyrat the nag mill moulding;
w 4 mlS f
lian, irom tne nacK Kilning away ;
Mack is at the pug mill feeding,
Alt bands burning night and day.
Fourteen bands on brickyard working;
Al( working ten hours a day ;
Somebody beat this brick making,.
And take the prize away,. . , ....
pw'M. Judgment, judgment, great day of
res coming; , - t
Beat this brica making in ten hours the
',' oayi . '.;., - - '
Dutch Creek, May 26, 1882,
I Alt, liow is this f Do we read cerrect-
ly I The Baltimore Dijr say s :
li "Bishop Aloore and three other clergy-1
iien all colored, were refused admission
" . s
y !.'. r .' i r : i
-. . . . - . I
atMifulMtnttJin nlhAr -. A t.h Ane- 1
4entoccurred in the North it has attract-
J4 ...m2u.1 1S-1A .!. K.s 1,rt ttv I
iiappcnea m mo soma wuat a uowi it i
1 - :Vl . - - I
-roum nave raiseu i - . ? , " . .' v-uiwiMuu .u iy ui uuiuiiiuu. xnese nave laKen
Just so! They howled over that other ignorance aiidlBredulity to obtain public advantage of their meagre opportuni
JljMiop in Florida, held indignation meet- power other than public uses. . frtr tUU-J ,r,.
fngsin the North and memorialized the
j; ? I ' r 'a-
i Since the name of Hon. Wm. M. Eob-
piuceiiio nameoi non. . ui. ai. iio-
f fir8k WS" h f ti,e
strn papers h month ago in connec
?n with the nomination for Congress-
a. l t 1: . L.t
binsl was first sucgested by.oue of tho
feanfat-large; the suggestion has met with
eortuai ei.uorscment irom uie press in ail
'.- u . . - :. ..I.
: the idiHereut sections of the btate, and
fel , -P C , ' VT
While these expressions of confidence
iudl evidences of DoDularitT. from so
iiany different quarters, cannot be other-
i . . .... .....-. i
wiso iunu nigiiiy gratuying to Aiaj
visedlr in I
binsi and while we . speak ad
PnjipS r ne is very graieiui ior iiiem,
e'liave reason for saying that he basin-
pirf d none , of tlie suggestions ; v that 1
ie .ii vet a candidate for the nomination
brlCoiigressman at large and does not
esire to oo cousmerea as in mo neia.
Ulider the VerV eouitable srsteni
cd by tlie last Democratic State conven
iom Iredell wilt have an influential voice
n tlie next; convention, which, meets at
taleigh 'July i 5th. . The basis of the
atreiigth of j. each county in that conven
will be its Democratic -vote at the
astfgubernatorial election. Our county
jnai eieciion. uur county
i . . i .J
tes.. Only two counties in
. . ... ... : .
have , monMo w,t : VVake
willyhave 8 votes. Only two counties in
he State will
.4, and Mecklenburg
iave as many.
T - V ' t -
inghahi aud Wayne, which will have
8. each. Each ; couuty is entitled to as
Inaiany delegates in the State convention
ns it may choose to send, but none to
Wore votes than its Democratic strength
allows iti-vis : one for every 300 such
ivotes and one for any fraction overt 150.
U-Lgndmark, LI , .
i Americax Prophets to the Rescue,
fMr. V, A. Norris, writiue ns from
r.rrl, Wfc oflw iMjnnnW .v. .
. i "Edit ou Citizen :-Please hear a few
weilrorrt tlie mountains of Spring
ri.J1, A.i.JS .ii ..t. -
vnf- Buu iuci eaii on tine American
Prophets to knew what our next weather Korth Carolina, on the same principles than the New Soidh. for with your en
WiUtbe, for it snowed here on May 13, 14, and under ny trials and difficulties btent ind progress, comes the
and i 15 tnl -1? Tr as the men of Mecklenbnrff of 1775.n - - . & ,
and I0cU f e c.n. an7rden
'caused tlie farmers to bo somewhat be-
-i ; . . ...v
hin4 with their work but I never seen I "eretofore. It is frequently substituted j fail to give your children every pos
niert work more faithfully in this countrv I for potatoes at tho chief meal of the day, sible ODDortunitv to ! seen re the sime
tiiaij now clearing, sowing grass and being more nutrition? and much more desired boonL Teach them that hon
clover, and making all preparations for readily digested. At its present cost, it . Unlcr, !. .t:it
liTi at'lmm V. m.. is relatively cheaper than Dotatoes.i oat- is no disgrace, andl that ski 11-
to cSiadison If they wish a beautiful
home." . . ! " ' V
r . j..' r7?' " , , . 1
ur$.aWat $23,000 for the buildinc and
nmf !f.';f?r tbe furniture, Dr. Blacks
rr.r,iw.,u cuarge uuring me coming
if ..;V-ii , ... - - i "
joys the nicest surroundings if in bad henlth
mth one fo,t ia the -rart. when a bottle of
PaTkcr's dinger Tonic would do them more
hcy;hsve ever tried. Sec sdv. .
i i3-tAovI3. -,
. h i.
y 4ouai c noiei as ioreiieaa icy burningat tho bottom of the pot, which retrard to Doiiticalasniratioia imW
ias?9M!nbe should have close-fitting covir; and Sv L!? r
2nd inft; John Gatlinxr. Esq.. became the with f. i- .. thejr have a positive tact for a profes-
. Thomas JF. Bajard, In his - We copj from the "Ner South," a more noble than it is unfortunately
re - prodace, as being Instructive to onr
people, in that it-shows how strangers
look on the nolitics of this State; and es-
pccially is it applicable to whatia termed
the independent movement f Let our j
reader, ponder well .the truly patriotio
sentiment iiereexpreseu : : , , ; ' i
"But are there not other fevers to be
cured T. Is there not a fever of avaricious
and peconiary'gain t? Is there not, the ;
consuming fire of personal and: political !
ambiUon, fiHinig the breasts or menkand
urging them to gratify it demands-atf
j iuv wait ui an vuuiuuerauuuB o ueucacj. j
! l. -ii s j s t
Tirmana a, generous jsense pi, pnouc i
Are tiiere not local jealousies, section -
animosities, tempting men to narrow
and unpfttriotio action il
In short, is not the sense of narrow
personal aggrandizement the desire to
procure personal advancement ' and! dis-H
tinction, to reach place and power in pol-1
itics, to-day threatening tho welfare the
honor, and the credit of North Carolina
as ever did British oppression or Indian
warfare An May. 1 775 1
these foes of North Card
And must not
nftf tA a ii
ma of to-day h
met and overthrown by
' w I
the same virtues that saved her a century I
Gentlemen ! The enemy comes in a dif
ferent shape j he wears a i diiferent garb,
but the evil intent is the same. f "
For. what did your forefathers struggle
and bleed and die t For a free govern
ment of Jaws, and not of men ) to prevent
the righUof property and person from
falling into untrustworthy and unfriend
ly hands. ' ;
At one time kingly oppression sought
to take from them their rights and liber-
,ties;?by force, to-day you. are solicited
and tempted by personal and partizan
tiel-ishuess, and undermined rather than I
vl""" - U CUUiVttU' ii .
91- a . a k
i iifrn in irr a. irrn rrori rvt t-t-ro rv
. ' .. . " . - - ; ' I
inw nn In n. ti- httion t into fhntir
would destroy and those" that would ore-
. . I
serre it. Selfishness and corrnotion are
. - I
oil tno timu m injv AnK nn inn a nK I
The form iu winch robbery is accom-1
plished makes be difiference to the vie-
Uim ; rum can be brought upon a country
by Mfie ioternretations! of its constitu-
by false interpretations of its constitu-
tion, or ulider the pretences of legislation;
wbile a corrupt andvidous administra-
tiou; of government, ' however wi its
nnn nr n...w tk nti.B r i.iT.
fonn. w sn wi10nT defea't nnd overthrow
the real objects of all Wernment-tho
. t . I
careof nronertvand Derionas complete-
08 ae8fiIe "W' 8Wrd in hd, could
openlfdo the evil werki - 1 r
liJ..,.ii ww.-i-.. .V
nablic welfare is imDeriild. a trnp.
. . ' , - -
daty is the sariie under all circumstances, I
i.:. i ... .. I
u and in perfbrminc this dutv the class
of virtues brought into i exercise are al-
way g the same. . j
' If onen. violent War assails hia ror.rn-
ment and people, he will not only reject
a 1 offers of rank and nav nil temntnHotia
of the false ambitions which the enemy f
offerbntlie wi11 go afc once iut I
I the service of his couniry in just f such I
capacity as he is enabled, but serve her
he will, either in high frank, or in the
i ranks. . r J ". : ' "
If public safety, and the honor aad
welfare of his State is assailed by ix ypb-
litical foej if profligate self-seekers com
. . t 7 , 1 .
bine to capture the legislative and other
- -L i i . 3
powers, and the weapons employed -are
hose 0f coiVuption, combined with ig-
norance and vicc,-he muse shun all such
g speech at Charlotte last new lournal lust started in Wilraine-' looked upon and ' has more unfortu-
, made some remarks which we' in . v - n thm fnllnwintr rtJM of 'natelv become, and one which, cannot
vuiiiauiiuaiiug Aiimucctt- nuu spurn nui; 'tic tigiiio ut viiiAcunuijj are ui uub
offers of power, palce or fortune to be ac-1 little worth' to any man white or black,
quirea aw ne cost ot tnj weitare and rep-J
litahnn nfliit Ktnto nmlilli. Mn.f f !. I
He must steadily maintain the orxrani-
zation which he believes will guard the
public 'councils fiom the presence audi
intrusion of the venal, ignorant and m-
competent; lie will sedulously .-MtoteaB
UP4-1 tbe tench, learning, purity and jus-1
tice. and bestow execut ve nower in hon
est, intelligent and trustworthy handsf
his Tte, and efforts he will prove
I himfiplf li nn-lfih ' afonlf onlrlUr f
i -.uf v,
:C rfe- '
How to Cook Bice A-Rice is becoming
I ... . . . . .
a much more popular article of food than
meal or grain-gritr of any kind. In pre-
i paring it only enough cold, water should
I be poured on to prevent the rice from
I L.t... --n--l!'L---L
thca tbe cover i4 taken off, the -surplus
Tg - moisture-allowed to escape,
and the rice tains out a mass of snowT
nerior to the water-soaked article.
I . - '
Promises hold men festerthan benefits;
I hoDe is a cable and srratitnde a thread.
especial interest to the colored people,
some ot whom read this paper : , - ,
''THE COLORED! MAN'S 8PHEHE." " :'
"Every race on earth has more or
me . Darticu,ap 1 8phVrt within
which to live, posse5ses peculiar ad-
. . - .
vantages which none others possess
are adepts in the performance of cer- j
tain occupations which rare foreign to-
othej'races; in a wordU races, as is
. W -:uv ::m ' :iD- :
. . - . -i. . .- i - .t .' .
neen iarlv fitiod hr tliflAl w sW Prw '
'ov uic vwc : nun , iuuii imuoioi ie
-uJ- ?rn,. rt:i
oi auiiuu. . xue cuiureu mcu in iiie
earliest ages! of -Uiewjbrld's history
wereUI and draw-'
ers of water' as time advanced their;
situation slowly improved. ; h rom
tne lowest galley stave they became
trusted ' servants, and v although we
thaliaiways curse the day whicb
u:-.i. f- ...V.i:-J . -
MVA hirth tn iinm...li;Mn v..'
f . , - . ...
tena as that of slavery, st hwe can-
uut uciu uuk. iuiuk luiti nie eviureu
i- ; . . . .....
race has been eventually the gainer
thereby, and that its present tepden
cy towards a higher stage of enlight
enment, is. much to be laid . at the
doors of their former owners 'from
whom they learnt many valuable les-
sons which are now proving excellent
aiJ5 to their material progress and
prosperity. They have been.
tially a laboring race; God so jcoh-
Mlle ineni 10 wce. al others in
A 'A 1.1 - - It
physical ability to Uo what we now
call "heavy work." Their forte in
sion still, but this is not. true of all
troll' 1n nm S , Ksim-i liana hoan m I - I
v" .,. vu.jtt.. uvcu imumu
With the true American spirit of pro-
i i r t
motion, urtred on bv the same oualU
; i , - . -
i I ? "i rr! - I l
. , . , ..T V
af d " 84,010 ,n8tances scholarly edu-
I cations. 1 hey nave permeated almost
Uverv hranrh nf trarl ;'h'iit urill th
every branch of trade, but Sti
forte of their people taken as a
v J ,f ,. .
dedly in the line of bon
it - '. ., ... i
j As we were
saying, the colored
race fronr the earliest, aees has been
gradually, slowly hut nevertheless
v hririo, iu nnn.lIiJon Tl.r
surely bettering its condition. Their
enslavement as we said above, polish-
up their rude African barbarisms
nn IU.1 fin. l.c:i .mA.-.:.-.:vn
the race' taken as a whole have mount
ed still higher, and to-day they can
point with no small degree of pride
to! such representative men, as Doug
las, Bruce and Garnet, (who has bnt
recently died.) These men! arc!" ex-
ceptions. They.had rare advantages
l.ri. k. ..:-.:- r cii...
H MM K . H ET L TL 111! I 1. W BOH mm M K JK
did not have aud do not have to-day.
The majority of their race are "j now
burdened by fetters. ; more weighty
than those of slavery the fetters of
ituvuw. wuuvimi, . tvuvu nu-
-unS ' 1 .1
ter of much ability, once ' said that
; , , " . , ...
4nder the freest constitution igno-
rant people are still slaves." f.
if be.be groping about in the dark-
ntes;,i)f ; ignorance... Therefore the
1... ..... - ...
imnS very mucn 10 De desired ot the
I Colored ace; as ; indeed of . all other
races is education and enlightenment
With ttese come refinement, cnlture:
1 mpriAlfiir-ii: Uwislicv-csiViliatSoa
J,, . , j & ,i .
I " r "-"v iWk
forwa to 5 The: colored people b
I North Carolina will1 find no truer
I rt..-J - -J J Li ; l l l.
. IIIC11U uuu mure eiuveni weu wisuer
8' Writ, of th. whole c
I tion. ' i " iV r
I . n . .. ' ',.: . 1 ..
I uet eaucauon yonrseil and dpn't
labor, artisanship, is a possibility
I to, which they may attain. Put into
I their heads no idle foolish fancies in
them climb the 1)6-
lltfcal through the lawyer's bf-
1 fice, the editor's sanctum, or the phy
I sician's study, and not through baser
the mental requirements necessaii to
enter politics, andp desire. to do SO, in-
(still into their minds tbe fact that i
a high and noble calling to which
1 thev asDire. indeed much hi r her nut!
tbe responded to by any and every-
Doay lacking tne necessary , mteiiect-
na quilifications.'-----;-;,;',;;-- ' ' 1 . j
' ' Encourage them to be thriftyland
economical. ToVave their earnings
invest the same in something proW
ao'e oa is, uuy u uorse, i a uray,
nouse ana lot, etc juaice tnem near
n mind all the time, that their great
almost only : hope is in thorough
edncation. Tok to their moral and
. ' . , - .
be circumspect of your owtf that they j
: r ...
.MMnl.ft.P h?ib t r-Ut.n i
..w .. ......
Most liihuinannnct Horrible Treat
' .. m - 1 i
1 t J -! " . . '
'. Lol THE POOR INDIAN, i J
Mr. F. H. Andrews, an old Char
who has been out in New
Mexico for sometime past, called in
n cpa no. iMst nicrht nurl fill, n litt u '
to see us last night and talk a tittle,
Il,iun.-' He had read in vesterdav's
the-red men are fleeing from Mexico
rwt ' .''.' 1 '-.... 1.
to .New New Mexico on'! acpount of
the reward of. $300 which is ofiered
by the Mexican s Uovernment lor
--..' . I
each Indian scalp, and his account of
the state of affairs in that country is
. ' - mm n- . . ' . . I
quite interesung. That Xerntory is
very thinly settled, the population
being made up mostly of miners, and
.. . 'ii t. j j .-?
iney nave an auanuoneu inewLniiuea
and are making the collection of, In-
dian scalps a special business, finding
. . . H - . I
it more prohtable to dispose ot a doz,
. V ! A.. .-. - I
en or two' scalps per day atUU
eacii, tnan to ton wun tne picK. At
"' ' ' a . I
v . o si ai - i
first t hev confined themse ves to the
rifle as a means for procuring scal,
o 4 I
i-.. .i .: 4k-.i-1
uut iu Kiuiug luuotuw wBuiviuci.
tastes thev resorted to a little strata? v.
Tbe Indians are very fond of can-
ned fruit, and beinsr aware
the inhuman miners go to a canning
factory and have a great number Of
. m .
cans nut up with poison iu the fruiu
. . . - . . . . ..
Xalung . supply of these they visit J
some settlement and trade off the cans
to the unsusting redskins, and on
. ! . .
the next day they go back to the set-
tlement and collect the scalps.'
Such inhumanity as this seems in-
credible, but Mr. Andrews knows it
... -.. .4 .1
to ; be a fact from personal observa-
tion. It is no wonder the poor In-
diaris are fleeing from their old camp-
ing grounds and hunting more con-
genial climes. It maybe right to Aana MV- a. uiKie, i. to len
clean out the Indians in open war. nessee Synod. Alluding tolhe preach-
fare,i)ut the . goverraent ouffht to
: . . . . i
catch these j poison venders and hang
them. Charlotte Observer.
Mining' in Jackson aud Swain.
Juxaluski, Swain'co., May 23,.'82.
Messrs. Editors. I see in your pa-
per that you wish parties from the
western counties of North Carolina
to give you information as to the im-
provement of the country and also in
formation as to the mineral interest,
&c. Swain and Jackson counties
havea fewgood mills, but I not as
many we ought tohave, and most all of
these have been built since the war.
tiri t o ..!'.
ue nave in owaiii county some iwo
or three mines that are now under
tne management pi parties wno are
having them developed. As to what
At---." :.a.. T .'. a l-f- a L Li
wiey contain x am not aoiej co say, out
t .--j..a ' i a- '.? ' i
x unuersuiDu tne pruc.ro worKing
them for . trold. and they ..contain a
. - - " -
very large per cent. 01 mis precious
l 1 Taa.? I- !.. .aI-
uicuu. t tins oe as it may, te par-
ties who are working these mine?,
.. -. . t 1. ' aI- i. ?:
are uieu who- kiiow tiieir uusmcss.
en t suowu any signs
Ia. -1 L
.r-...r. 1. ai
ut uneasiness, x iiopemuat tue time
will be short when we will have more
such men, in Swain and Jackson
counties, to make known the mineral
interest ot our country, and let those
'".'"'-. r : '' ; 1
from abroad know.that we have some
thing more than tar, pitch and tur
pentine. - I am, yours truly,
4 -Wm. H. Thomas; Jr.
1 Here is the latest concerning Sena
tor Hill. We copy from the Wash
ington letter in the Bichmond Dii-
paich: V';;;; '.'.rj- .. ! "
: "While the report ' is that Senator
Ben. Hill is better than he has been
for a month, his physicians give no
hope. Governor Colquitt will be his
successor, and Alexander Stephens
will be a candidate for Governor." '
The X. C.s Lutheran ynod.
from the Lutheran Tor the follow-
inff facts nf Infprf ! Snl V-
the recent kkaiati nf fli ' lv Po
-i: ' o i .V. , ?J',
uuua oyuou at oncoru .
preached the opening sermen. . The
following officers were elected fir the
ensuing vedri R,v. FL'.tI TTnllman I
Eresideot ; . Rev. Ii. Al Biklc. D. D..
xt t. .. -r . i -r.:.1! '
Corresponding Secretarr ; . Kev. W.; J .
Smith, Recording Secretary!;! Col. P.
N. Heilig, iM &j.
t. :- . 4 - i h - w-' -. .
iieiiiif, treasurer. xievS. J
' . f ' . t h .Tr0'
.BUCK. 0t the Synod 'Of Oontll-West
Virginia, F. W. E.r Peschau, of the
liMji rr r. ' f v -..tine tin ui. o uciurc nie. l
t..-.i: j f eV v .1 relation the governorship of. Georgia.
.Pennsylvania and adjacent StatestT. , -..nit
-- i MI can only say briefly, that the repor-
were uuuuiuiuusij receives as mem-1 . i . . ..." , . ,
.rA'k ..li .ki:.. '.--.Jlwl interviews with me on this sub-
, , , n ) - ,
T I o orl nn lha will Rn.a ..-
r; y T r . . t
: .r . waTr c,
n lit vA . " ra AMikM.att . L " 1
. .MW.?1 w ouvn-
,ng ,ncreased - interest in Ihe church
work- Altover the State kiew and
commodious churches are keing erecU
ed, and the N. C. Synod; may well
vlillUi w w uu w none in iuis ue-
partment.ot church work. It
fAnnd ! nil lJlt.. !. I
portence of the literary; mstitons of
tbe Synod, and if .was tbe
.... rl..i I
I 1 1 .11(100 - Via SftHful 4 ..J mH. . i .
- r s..K.r
strength and. efficacy to the. North
Carolina College. The comniittee on
Jretitions rennrtMi.nririn-r'fho imnnv.
- r- ----- - r-
" sustaining the iJjuznerjmV
or, tne recognized organ ot the Uen-
Aral Svnul SAilli . I
- - - v T lT "V,
ITQM - f 4hA aB - mLbi&I m. 4KI
J"'" - Tl
l iiiii iici ii sHiiH rz9 i ir v as rai i h n on I nfTI I
, . " 7'
Ml I Sm HAVIT Anil 4 It A HvlkMtlAM Am Jh- I
VWI MV,u,uuj'lu iuu uCicSai iu uiu
ue.nera4 nod fut5 i10 the
. - . - l ... I
nnviicere of. votincr as thev nlenKo on I
m ' ." .(17
tne re-counectien or re-union of the
ef!ai Q wun. 1 ,e
ai ynod iNorth, i case that subject
ul' wcie -uiwmmouwy I
mmf . -S I
11 was ived, "lhat we,
as a re-
i.i- .i ; .. .i . I
pryper to -
V our ueciuea aisappovai ot the
nianutacture and sale of intoXKjating
,1. ml, . K . ..! it.lL.. fil l
a auu ai;we ,n
Niv.uo trutu, u,&courage anu re-
Bll",u uie &au,e - I
' S Ik A P !- n n. A . r I
m uj wi u missions was
then considered. 1 he new chhrch en-
lrPri " Jm"1 wa enaorsed-
ev. i. D. liaiiraan was elected corT
mm n a h r mmm, h p .. ... A L . m V : I T a B
ueiegaie to o. v,. oynoo,
mS aa"DtZ synod, the or; con-
l.i. - J --T'i. . .r- i i i I
I l5UUs lue wilier wouiu not maice
auy "nvjuious aistiiictions, D3t aeems
u m piaoe to say mat Kev. feschau's
I . . . l n .1
sermons were receiveu wtnj highest
commendations, and the Synod con-
1 gratualatcs herself on the accession of
lso able and eloquent a divine to her
I During his absence Rev. Mr. Pes-
lohan preached asfbllowsr On Thurs-
day night at bynod in Concord ; on
Friday night delivered an address on
missions: preached on Sunday morn -
I ing in the Presbyterian! church at
Concord ; on Sunday night a,t the Lu-
theran church in Salisbury ; on Tues-
I J l . rj -fi i' t. .
uuy anu ueuuesaay nignts oi tne
past week' at Lexington, (and was
present at me laying onue cornerstone
of the Pilgrim's Church, j occupied
I' il l L. T .! 'i-t
noinuy oy tne uuiiierans anp uermau
n. .i . i . . .
iiormou j anu on xnuay evening,!
I at 5 o'clock, delivered, inrthe name of
I ' i
toe oynoa, an address to tne i? acuity
I 1 ' ... CI i T I I n !
ana stuaenis 01 ocotia r eraaie oemi-
nary, an institution for Colored females
I . -.1 .:... .1 rf 1 .
1 uuuer tne ausnices oi tne jrresDvteri -
l -il ' t ; i l
an unurcn. , i L , ;
1 m 1 mi 1 . -
I vmi h Kif t.h fi-J nf
8iollj bbt old age is overcome by it,
ab wo -- m wo w w av.w acs
the north wind sweebs awav that
jf in autumn which is sb gracefully
swayed in summer.
rrt - & ,1 jri' t
xne convention ox tne jrennsyiva-
nia Constitutional Amendment As-
sociation adopted the formula of a
proposed amendment to the State
constitution, prohibiting tne man a-
facto re and sale of intoxicating liquors
Ptnpn fnr" mi;M nl. "nitrhanW nnd
Geo. D. Hill has resigned the pres-.
idency of the 'Arkansas Industrial
University, and it is thoug
torn to North Carolina, 1
it will re-
A; H. STEPHENS SPEAItS.
'Jf nocratic Xomi-
- PJ qnealibn. touching his
reIat,-DS t0rU ng- T
fv - eor Georgia Mr. Stephens
consenteo(to the publication of the
. li3E 1'
r "'-.l u 0 '
Mr. Charles E. Sm.tl,, Vash.ngton,
Georgia : i,;--:: : t.-v-
. , Dear. Mr. Srnilh : Your letter of
W11; bouV. position llf
jject as published in thd Atlanta Con-
stitution are substantially correct. In -
, 0 etfere from &11 U of
glat fr()ra attached tQ aU
t... . . . .
political parties, urging me to forego
r,t- ' : - .
my, intention to retire from ..public1
life ai tbe close 0f my present
gre8sionaI term, and consent to a
the .ffice of
governor. I have stated
1 t V O f ! t tntr liooltli nnnt itr. nno aa rrr m 1
is it has been during tho nt
- ' . B
winter ftnd if anmistakable evidences
should be furnished me that it is the
wjjj cf the people of Georgia that I
shouId 8erve them X kQ0W of 00 rea.
that woald jastifme iu fuslne
. . o
so to do. Thus the matter rests at
so far I am concerned.
When askcd . h he - j
would allow my name to be used in
. - - 1
connection with this office,.at the
next election, against the nomination
. . -
r nnni--. . kw uA nomu,Mi:n
State convention, to assembleon the
ilHIb vvu V .....v.., .w afc7wuvi
lytu ot J uiy next, my umtorm answer
. . n . tT m . , n. T. . . - n
of the Democratic party wouWvith
l.e letbecontromilgeviaence that it
s not tle will of a majority of 'the peo
pie of Georgia that I should serve
. .., 1 !,.. .i..
. r. pt "
fio5T should come, notwithstanding
the numerous letters I have received
from 6- f thegreatest eminence in
the State, and niany petitions embra-
. inlndreds of people in different
counties to-which I have referred,
and the rec0Dm CIUiation of my name
to be yoted r a3 governor by the
people of Georgia, by the highly
res pectaWe Ixxly of men who recently
assemt,lcil at Atlanta, 4iud whose good
opinions and confidence I appreciate
in no small degree. I deem it proper
in tin: connection to add that, while
jjjy puirtical affiliation is entirely
lhe Deraocracv on nrincinlesand
mc.isurcs . ami inn eilher it has erred.
guch err6rs 8hou!d be corrected wil h-
in rather than without its ranks, yet
if I were nominated by the Den.ocra
cy and elected governor of Georgia
by the people, I should not bea par-
ft l m "-: . .
tisan governor, out should look to
the best interesU and welfare of the
gtat0 b protecting the rights of all
i' of 2i ty which should be
Li. f nux u
Tha nr:nc:nrea neroetuated in the
motto of the gran j 0,d State Wis.
1 9 4 - '
be the uia5 of mv administration.
since wrUif)g the above I have seen
ft teipjyrflm tiafAi 15.1. :MLfrom
Atlanta Gd to the Chicago Tribune,
pubHsbed in the Augusta Chronicle
l - or
Constitutionalist of the 20th
a .. t i..i . i ... .1 - i
1 lust., siauus mat x uuu leiegrai.ueu
the Atlanta convention of inde
Dendents that I would accept the
nomiualioU for governor. It is utter
1 1 - ..... al t u
U t.lparm or anthorired it bein? sent
l -o o
by anybody. . Yours,
Alexander H. Stevens.
F. S. Tliia letter vou can use as
you please. A. H. S.
In peace, patriotism really consists
nl tr in f liia that Terv one aweens before
I J "
lig own door niinds his own business, al-
M learns his own lesson, that it may be
well with him in Jiia own house.
preserve your conscience always soft
and sensitive. If bnt one sin force its
way into that tender part of the soul and
4 ells easj there, the road is paved for a
j Oar lives should be like the days, mora
beautiful in the evening, or like the
spring, aglow with promise, and like au
tumn, rich with golden sheaves when
good works and deeds have ripened on
AVhen Amus Lawrence was askel , for
advice he said: "Ym:ng man, baso all
your actions upon -priuciple y. prewrvn
your integrity and character, and in' do
ing this never reckon the cost.1f
The feeble and emaciated,- infferinfr fror
dyspepaia or Ittdieestion in any form, are ad
Tiaea, ior ue ku-q oi urir own ooauy ana
mental comfort, to try Hoatetter's Stomach :
Bitten. Ladies of the most delicate eonstitntionr j
testify to its harmless and its restoratite
properties. Physicians everywhere, disgusted '
with the adulterated liquors of commerce, pre- i
scribe it as the safest and most reliable of all j
stomachics. - L' . ... i . ' -i!-
For sale by all DrupricUts and Dealers
... . .. - .- i
J. Rhodes BEOWSE, Prest.
TM. C. CO AKT. SecY.
Stronff, Prompt, RelialjlB, Liberal !
Term policies written on Dwellings.'.- .
Premiums payable One-half cash and bal
ance in twelve months. " ?
- J. ALLEN BROWN-, Afirt
21-Gm ; ; ' ' - BalUhary, N. C.
ER THE DEAD!
IN TH E PRIG KS OF
Harbls Uonm&ents and Grave-Stones e.
I cordially invite the publicgenerally
to an inspection of my Stock and WorkJ
I feel justified in asserting that my past
C-tperience under first-class workmen in
all the newest and modern styles, and
that the workmanship is equal to any of
the best in the country. 1 do not say
that my work is superior to al! other.'.. I
am reasonable, will not exaggerate in or
der to accomplisli asale. My endeavor is
to please and give each customer the val
ue of every dollar they leave with me.
FBICES 35 to 50 Per Cent CHEAPER
than ever offered iu this town before
Call at once or seud for price list and de
signs. Satisfaction guaraut'd or uo charge.!
The erection of marble is tne last wort
of respect which we pay to the memory
of departed friends. -
JOHNS. HUTCHINSON. :
Salisbury, X. C, Nov. l, im. ;
MONEY SAVEDMOHEY IIABE
C-r-Does not every body know that where a man
has no bouse rent, nor store rent, dot clerks to hire,
he can sell low? Goto J. L.VfilUT for cheap ,
sucli tuaTJacoa, Lard, Sugar and Coffee Moiasaset
and Syrups, ish, Gheese, CracJceriAiodles, Fruits
&c- e- - East Corner 01 Leo , anl lllier streets j
Lewis Brown's late r i k tie n; 1 - , Jl. WHICH V
' 'SNN y ''
"Vv ,' ictfrtiii
"bs-- . " ' ''"Bj
C V.- ,--Et EaSaSOji i 'W-irt
O-' M O .'vfc
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