- . - ' - - i .'. . - : . V. v - . .-...: ..... . V i i. i
j THUK81AY, juke iVJtfgg.
Tlit)eiuocrati of Johnston eoaiitj hare
le ! transfonne! into a phgiliatic ring and tufe
gommaVBcnse of tbe commnnity shocked
Jby a titicnffbetweei two lawyers In open
tourt-mcn of ntatwje a:e and professional
distinction.: It was all the more importai.t
tpat toe judge snoniu nave ascu ms power
Tba newsnapera are fall of school re-
twrts. The cIosfugTemoniraof schools,
' I mat and small, t cUim attention at tbis
: f Peraona packing their trunks daring !T :t,;":: Sfato 7
c ' . . . I PUU Will 11 A I UlUUMiV - - . '
, uo, aay. . wee., wuy .w. Ucket TbU wM
- s IUO HsCuUi vi iuq niviuiwin w vw
I retreat, have no res son to hurry while
!th temperature ranees in the sixties
tj. TnilnendenU" pretena to
something in the shape of s party, hot if
any Democrat liaa joined them In thetx
pectatiou tbat he will in that way aid ia
cOTWtinganyipnWie ahnaea, hehasaad-
i i t.!tn1f. " TImi indeDemlenta
dominated Judge Bennett for Congress. BO exUteir. except a, . pWt of thai j"W
tuan at large, I Eepublican partj-tho very owt paw oi -r ----;T r;:- .--v -v-
r - V , that partr oflid tome.. They comprise had as good f . not fetter, opportunity to
1h Dentists of the SUte were in con. the baf.om gang of the republican or- understand the easels any pne present, ha
wtin fialem. last week, and had a "l!,!: J.i...!..! T).mta iS watched every step from the beginning.
w : : i niiuiiuu nuu iwv - i - - ..... ... . , .
rrZTuMjkh. mit.ir.tty; AW yt tl,ePUic will
... .m... r- r" ;-Tj T --.. . , ,Wli.dtK.Bghtbb between twocoromon
enwixxy an f 'V i. " Jii. h tM thiUwvcral And If not.
rr r. T.wlrtAiil. I 7 ' '
m StnAl " J ...t, - r -
A i .J ing upon, a common plain in the 2Court
ucaeu i u. wM i..M..4 and any'Judgeimaking either a real
?5P5r??,"t! or' apparent 3 dUtincUfe subject, himself to
leaaera oi n went io njwiHugwu wi
of selling ont the Democratic
Carolina ; They
A V Vuik
s ;i..t..u-. ..f- charged with the enme at the lime. r Col.
I-a n-iwJL,..t Wm. Johnston flared up and pretended
!, -a i o -n.... fN.i f h. to deny the charge. He waa indignant
W6V . - 5w
criticism, and weakens the respect of men
for the focms of law and the administration
I on being accused of going orer to the Re-1 j Mr. C.
Not'a Ited Cent.
M. Quarterman is a postmaster
! publican party : indignant: at the cuarge at Darien, Ga.6ome time ago lie receir
8satobVakck'8 committee to inres- j eeBg so oeimy.o u.j sums tK -
' i . ..:n:.Mtn k. M,Mn. Tatire party of the onth. of wmcn lie noiaera uy me avepuwiicuii v,.uSrewu..
Icollector in the 6th District, hae been at had an long been a tnember. Bat we see Committee vatV Washington, acoPy of
a a now that his pretended indignation was which published in tlie cnariotte
lA-ii. "inw.tlL... it k All aliam. He Jwaa then trying telead Observer recently, calling npou thern for
'-J ... . . , .i. t. n.nuiiHft n foln Min. and hn lrnTr I Assessments for political purposes, to
I i;k. ; terr well that it weoW not do to nncoT. wluch.he made the following reply : ;
er his design to them, eat nis treacnery ; uauiek rosTOfFiCE , ueobgia.
Tinn n T. Rexvett. of Anson' conotr2 1 to the Democratic party has now rally ; i -m .uny o,joc. )
MS . . . . l J I .M v fm- anf M.il tf all mon I v -.. .
: s a saitaoie man vo ran as uio imocniuc 1 w. 1 . ib.. t;-Iv w t 1
; llcanutoate for uongresman at large, ine SlKS Your coinmrinicatiou addressed in
U f State Conrention will make the selection pretended a desire, to Worm errors in 1 huir of the Republican organization for
1 Ut for this iniDortant dutr. and we hare no the Democratic party by organizing the the protection of tue Interests of tue Ke-
I "1!hml mmrementj Tlier had no nnr- publican party, and requesting the remit
i U.W nil! WtWWH VUV U.K.. .vrww I . . w . " ar , s I. " " . j . i
ill L:w:iu- i 'i . f tWbrmJ Tbo w.ro rdr ieekini? tance of $22 ae my assessment toward the
n 1 1 iw , "vnw. .. w r-i " 1 . l . T : T 1 fund to be employed for rendering Impos
; iinch aman of jower)efore,; the people, tocorer weir oeseruon ro.ue enemy., iti theiTegtorajion of t,e- Democratic
it and worthr te represent the conaerTatiTe is all plain enough new, even to the doll- part r to the cohtrol of the Government
i i democracy of the State. est comprehension. t,V has been received, and in reply I would
? ! '1 ' ,.. , - But what does it amount tot Does it. aUte tliat a thoag 1 1 have for some
B 1 The United SUteTDUtrict Court at destroy the Democratic party t Certainly KSiJPTfSl aS
IfKaleigh, last week, obtained a verdict not.; We honestly believe it will strength-1 ier aiidreAsouably bnpposed by foreign -
i against J. H. Bell and D. D. Bryant for ten it. Secret (foes in auy organization ers to be acting in tuo fidelity to thefirst
S i,M.tn Anf Miii u.nf., vl.MmniwtiilMiltMilM) fhitn nmn ohm. abofe' named famous organization, yet
II r .i C iqqa rri, L. . Ti,. Twtl rfv had rt. with Ple and transcendent glory permit
some IrregnlaiitT in the returns, on which I these desert era can damagena oy uetray- n- exception to the rule, aa my record
: as iudires of election, tbev based their ac- ( inc. We lose their votes and their influ- j shows bevond aircbntroverr- that 1 am
jf tion at the Umebnt Judge Bond's Court, ence, but it is liotlappreheiideci that fhat f part and parct-rof m noblo baiid know
j ithn tgroM . ,b. j.ry.l. will d., o. moth h. .. BepubUeun
loona tue men guilty et iruua, ana sen- party win nave to pay meao aeseriers, nud w,ose f,ltuH, glorious things are
f tenced tusm to a line of $5U0, which they i bad as they are, and it we are not greatly spoken, and wilrbej realized Without tins
f liavenaid. It is believed no fraud irna I mtatakou tho honest men of that uaitv tax noi Its officeholder, trusting Uiis
" I v I l . . n ... t .1 I a. I .
intended. j ! will spew them out, and not a few will wiei explanation w a siimce, i ciose.wi...
rnn am vnnvuvs r iiinr i w ri mmwm vim r i in i h
and privileges of tbiSK great country are
wasli their hands of an organization whose
1 he Washington correspondent of tho ift depends on yielding to the worst ele- nsurped by the KepubTican admiuistra
j Dispatcbsays: Governor Vance on Thurl- meBt ,-n ti,e rftnkg. We shall stc. what tionT official robbery and depredation art
a day moming had a full meegng ef wt ,nall u Democrats arn ! invited to tu "'able result,
! speciai-committee to invesUgate thVal- A a rh "CJ 8UI,C a,,a 6h'
ft - . .. ...I.. ..I 1
I rrgeu croosetineess in the sixth fiortb
i The Radical Convention
The Colon Equally Mixed,
7 i Forthe WfttcUsaaa. ' -
vj 1 TxiLORsritLE, JnnelO, 1882.
- I in in ine tmk h AieiMimci.cuiicn-
Baleigu, June " 14.r:The JKrpubJlcan J ctJContt whfch coiyed widayVlji
a full quoto of membera being, present. f jear8f was disposed of the first two
The con veutiou was about equally divide days, and the civil docket ready for trial
ed between' whites and blacks. , -Jtwaa by Thursday , aftrra" .Judge Avery
-u-a a a i,J tw lfxtf ii4, r eave entire satisfaction, X 1 nere were in
. I n.ilnn Mil 1 liAuijittd arll
the executfvercommiltee, and Dan'l
Russell was made temporary pre&id
The conrention after a straggle f leeted Wellborn fiom ' Wilkesboro; .Col. Folk
ex-Judge Win. AMoere permanent prea- m isnoir : uaj. koooim, wuapvr
nsii mm wm w. . .
CHARLOTTE, iN C.
i2iich of LUADEtMs ETE
!. ... l.tl- .... i. ' '
VV a are now. ua i xrcr hr our , sectij
rSTk'lor thi seaRon.
TYi . 11 A. fliS4it 6trrnk
M uulLUil uUiluu HI.
Id: bo . vice-president, dayby the Democrafta, to appoint! dele- , t . , : . .. . wrTjjijriEK i-J1
meat systetorand affirms the inherent J,! i i ' : -Under pur,MWsummcr,a e, wa.onera i ? wn A Um H
i-httendauce not very prgcw":" AUTDITRfift IVn F ifirc M
an honest count and except on Toeeday--bnt te dnnwng,ipT. - - n, orgaKS. of everr make.
aresthe..Dem.ocratic no quaiwlinff-vethin P; je-i .pcetviiir-w lowest tashntes:
for the prohibition bill, !";! uni:fa lift LX1
I II una it as luis w mw S-J,"M - I w w ...
ident, and hecanse
uy as to who should
declined to'' elect any.1 The platform I crates to State convention. &c,. waa well
demands the repeat'of the county ge vern-1 attended, and 'passed off. with entire bar
mehti svstemnd affirms: the inherent I mojy; ,U;v;.-';..N'
. . . , . 1 -X his' week
right Of the people to elect all: officers .of Lnj - orderly
the state demands
ree ballot, and deel
and requesting the members of the Xx-g- TLe Dro8Dect is for ft fair yield, from a w rV s1w'U. l.'fil
islatiire to vote against all similar meas- verr large acreage wn ; quality, with fT JT . . mdwiincv on Iimce.
t ,5 WordsrThiS precipitated a . .: Tf.. n hl,;;m ni iv, iv.n With a reasonable
erce debatwhich lasted a long time. frtr i,lat,t nnd haa' been well im- Increasa of price. All instrnnientsof eveTy
The convention nominated Mr.V Dockery 1 proved by four farmer. Cotton is" not grade and price included m this ssJe,.fieu.
B.m-. Court W ,d .t f ;' r"L: to WnmC bai Ul, 188 EX b.,e
other notujnecsof the liberal courention. inili.n--ptv itF.v .rvlnvl v ia work-1 secures cash prices and easy terms,. :j,rri
r Cf?r .17"rrr . f Six () years gurantee." Stool and Instruc-
fc. I . . ! . - I T i - T?f 1. A lwn.I.
7m. t? -..l ..a Yrt.io..ta m intnr!n . tor with everv Orcaru jfreisnt paia. uoiu
llLEidH, .J nne : 14.The convention h' f- njiJea of tli8 place, are working ways, if nosale, Test them in your own
J..nn tTiwnWl.ta ...ntt... r.J Hf- 1 .. i . -..... . ..... 1 1 .1. ....i . I hAmh : A n n rests ' .i''; jr'---''
. vvvu uuHii vci o iuuuuu, unit. uiirom ien IO tnemj nauus nu iu api ig i
Williamson offered ah additional re so I u-1 so far. : Our ooUon iqilU are working up
tion favoring a mmusion to regulate their foU ! , t ,
railroads, which .was referred te , -a com- . jU s- t '. '..it'
piittee. The committee on nominations rnlvcpHy formal School,
reported : .- ' ' Chanel HiU'N. C, Juoe, 1882.
Resol ved. Tliat the libenil convention To the Editor of the Watchman : '
of the Oth was the first organized evideu- I Tho University Normal School will be-
ced on the part of the hbeial and . pro- j gin the loth, last., and contu
gressive men who have heretofore 1 1 send list of instructions.
HcSHXTH1 HUSXC EOTJSE.
Prof. Wm.,Baker is my only authorized
TunefTsnd Kepairer. All worn guaraniea
Send orders to this Hon. '
85:3mJ , A McSMITH.
One 18 Horse-Power Portable or Station-
Dro- rin the 15th in st.. and continue five weeks. I rr Centre Crank Entrine and Locomotive
ib um i'wu i ixjiicr, ana b oo xwrsc- un
acted with the Democratic party of a re-4 determiued to de veto more time aud la
volt against the despotism of tlie Uour-1 bor in teaching teachers how to. teacn
bon . Democracy, that free thought, free than in any other direction,
speceh-;' ;'ahf the independent political The Superintendent Prof. Newell, is
faction eeived great encouragement from said by Dr. Curry and others, who know,
said-convention, nactthe men in that con- to be peculiarly skillful in iufuning vigor
vent ion aro worthy of the confidence aud and life in Teachers7 Institutes and JKor-
sopjrort of the people. - . - I mal Scliools. The assistant superintend'
1 lie convention then endorsed seriatim eiit and other teachers have ueeur selected
the nominations of the liberal convent ion, because they are experts in their dertart-
except J. A.- Long, Democrat, wlio de-1 meuts.
chned, Kecess till 9 p. m.
Iliio' aonla 4 It a marMaira Itatirann 4bVa I
M. 1119 U U IUMI S IHJLV V. U HV I -m I
UIL1 K. !
Stationarv Eneine and Tubular Boiler:'
One Pair 5 feet Burrs. Speak quick ; or
roan n Aim aix. Address or can on
. - - O. M. 8ETZE1V ' '
. - China Grove, N. C. .
Tax Listing !
Radical party aud the Liberals."
t . . A neraons are rierebv nocioea io ns
1 earnestly advise 'all interested, who their Taxa61c Property and Polts.
ii dn mi. tu nttend th school, if oniv for Books will be opened at the Tin Shop, of C.
e;. liaker x Uon on trie im oay oi wpwna
remain oDen durinethat month for that pnr
. All peiwnftilling io comply wimne
e notice will lay themselves liable Jo the
j Carolina collection district. The follow-
ing witnesses from North Carolina were
1 examined i A. D. Coles, John C. Borclay,
I m. u. v imam, v . u. Mole and young
it Mr. Morrison. 1 Their testimouy tended
s . strongly; to corroborate the charges which
1 led to the investigation. . The documen-
tary evidence obtained fromthe Depart-
I luen is exceedingly damaging, and it
'.f will not please the white voters of West
f erh North Carolina to learn that it proves
that Jim Harris, the well-known negro
I politician, was borne on the revenue rolls
I for nine months at $125 a mouth, during
I which timo he was nearly all the time
I out of the. district politicating. The com
f mittee will meet again on Saturday, and
I Gov. V ue is Very sanguine of mak i pg
; out a complete case of- crooked manage-.
. t'ment. -A .
Knv n ! iaA TikMiikA.
sM s iivi v ssasav
ds her silvery rays
pe;ice, harmony, prosperity, civilization
and all coveted blessings are enjoyed.
. Very respectfully,
' ' V- C. M:QUAETEHMAX.
P. S. N6, Henderson, I will not con
tribnte a red ctnt jto the bribery fund.
I am not that kind, ofa Democrat. My
whole desire is io see your party defeated
by a ovei -whelming majority. I
, ! j . C. M. Q.
This is a fact which has king been known
lie many outrageous as
The cxcrdsas at this institution were
of a very attractive character this year.
The faculty- exercised good judgment iu
having tlie Jlev.T. DeWitt Talmage of
the Tabernacle Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
to deliver the annual sermon on Wednes-
As a rule the railroad com-.
pauies charge only half rates.
Kemi P. Battle.
FACCLTT OF THE UNIVERSITY NORMAL
SCHOOL, FpR IdjSi.
The Faculty of the Uui versify Normal
School for the present year is nearly com
plete. The following' is the list so far as
appoiutineuts have - been made. Others
will be added if heeded.
Superintendent of the School Hon. M.
A. Newell, President of Lafayette JSormal
nenalties of the law.
Try n vr rc T
June 1,1882. (4w) ...
Eiecntors Notice to Creditors !
We hate added mW
.. u 1 1 ii 7PST TrTiii'ui jLLlr
G LO-VES'. All HOSIERY.
:. - iT.i -i r -.ilk-
Oar Stock or DOMESTICJmore eonpW
Y,:, :M Xhai krtr UM
: and are reduce
I y t & T - ' J
ThjslstfSi iophaaNbey1 ietWefei
i.- wiore soicr,
A. NSW ST0C2 :G
Becfflit s&cs&e Great Seducdca
More Hats; and Cheaper
We thank our irny friends and custotuer
for their- Jibersl. pattonage, and ahaH trjrto
meet their reqnireraents Ly' keeping s fall ar
ortment of fresh-Ooedat low price. ' rHe
ing fo'hsve your cohtinped favor, we sre1
Renpectfully, '' " -' -
- . :l:f; ROSS4
te exist as one of t
Mike O'Doskel's AVidow vs. the R.
&T. Kailkoad. The trial of this case
occupied five days of Rowan Superior
Court. "We stated the case in our last,
together with the array of coniisel 011 each
side. The widow was suing the 'Railroad
for the death of her husbaud, who was an
engineer on the' road, and was killed in
January, 1881, by running his engine iu
to a land slide beyond Lexington, N. C.
The plaintiff showed to the satisfaction
nf fliA tnrir thkt ia Ufrlanf - power and control in the government. The
fault in not goarding acainst an accident money thus wrenched from its army of of-
atthenoint where Mike O'Donnell lost ficehelders is, no; doubt, . used to buy oflf
. I a a arw '!. '
, his life, and they thereupon cave her a weaa-Kneea democrats, bribe unscrupulous
vei-dict. awardiiiir her 12'0U0 ilamaireJ votcr8 on election;, days, Ac.: Now this is
I The defeudant annealed, and so the case tne PartT the so-cai ed -independenta" Dave
.' la- - a .!!'
iroea no to the Snnrrma Pnnrt. joined lianas wun, ana, sending up a nypo-
This trial was the most interesting civil cnticalcry for progressive reform, they have
snit wo have had here for i some time. tDe Msurance to Pffess to Deiieietnat tuey
There were four ablo': law vers' emnloved can crush out democracy in North Carolina.
well as desnerate means of the 'Republican
party, by wtiich it seeks to maintain jts
day and the. Literary address ou Thurs-1 College, and Supeiiutendeut of Public
day. At Hi o'clock on Weduesday, Dr. Iustiuction jn Maryland.
Craven led: to the rostrum, Dr. Talmage. Assistant Superintendent-Prof Ed-
. ward P. Moses, Pruicinai of the Golds-
Tho audience was iu great suspense. Tho t,.,, Graae1 School, i
distjugushed man took his . seat amidst The Superintendent, tho Assistant Su
murmurs of iipplahse the densely pack- peiiiitendeut, and the following teachers
edanditoridm soon became quiet and willhave charge of the iustiuction iu the
j ' . A . ... ., -- . common school benches, and especial
waned parientiy uatil the lips of the atteutiou will be givep to methods of in
eloqucnt man should pour forth wisdom struction : Prof. J. H Rayhill, N. Y. Qui
to their willing ears. The choir sang : ley, M. C. S. Noble, R.l P. Pell, E. L. liar
"Exhalt Him all ye people." Rev. M. L. ris and Mis Jane F. Long.
11 i - ... -. . Dr. R. II. Lewis; wul give instruction
Wood made the opening prayer, then Dr. n pIirgio,ogy slnd School Hygiene.
Craven read the 23rd Pslam. After the prof. yy. u. Phijlipa will teach Natural
singing of a hymn, Dr Talmage took his Philosophy and will illustrate the sub
text : "The Statutes of tho Lord are J u3' numerous experiments, employ ing
apparatus that may be constructed by
All persons having claims against the es-4-
f.o nt Inhn T.nflrv (IwM rp KprpttV HO- I
tified to exhibit the same to the undersign
ed on or before the 9th day of June, A; D.
Wm. A. Lucxet & j Ext'rs of Jno.
J. G. Fleming. Luckey, dee'd
Blackmer & Henderson, Attys.
June 8tV 1882. 34:6w.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS !
All persons having claims against the es
tate of Moses L. Resler, dee'd, are hereby
notified to presentJthe same to the under
signed on or before the 1st day of June,
1883. This 29th day ofiMay, 1882.
FARLEY ELLER, Adm'r.
33:4t-pd " -
L itOREIIEAD CITY. "
Thii finely hcated Houae (near the At!n- -tic
Hotel), will be opened on the 15th ol
June for ihe -reception of guents.vDVuinR the
ma shore for health or pleinure, t The Ilonde . .
Fronts the South and the Ocean. ,L
The room are good, and health-giving winrt ;
rweep delightfully through it." Fare nl gen
eral accommodatioDS eqoat to any. ' . vo j
Terms moderate. v ; : -.-f
T. L. HALL, Proprietor.
en each side-eight in all. Any one at uut tnJ W1U Dnfl foat : honest , Democrats
The University of North Carolina con-M acquainted with the ways ef lawyers c.an l Su,,?a siy as they imagine.
s ' . .. . . . 1 1- rt T'; 1.1 '11'"" ' -1 An onice ia what these "indenendenta want:
I ierreo uisvincuon on several eminent cit-1 1. ouuk 00 u uig raw can eas-1 . .1 -r-- ----
f izens of the State at its recent commence- that they ould make) it Jiyely. M V ' ' ! I"?' " . " 81Ue
meat, among whom were the Rot. Mr. Thro aty, aong ,e"er" Peonage f u 111 me peop.e trust
Burwelx of Raleigh, Ret. E. F. Rock- them at seemed determined to have his pey woui. ;j
well, of Iredell, and the Rev. J. Ruv- wn W 0,1 " Prtant points at what- Leprosy. A San Franciaco ionnwl nnl-
ras, of Salisbury. The North Carolina tohimselfor others, j KWidlHlisr the facte' in "Irecoril to the extent
1 Presbyterian, reviewing this action of the e WM ftt M nr ,,e. woal: wado and prevalency of this incurable disease,
AJuiverBity, apra.a especially of tliowr,v" "'V"' T' brought into this country by the Chinese,
named above, in the following appropri- S,anr trampling toes, braising from wllich it is tUMtnt thilt the neoolo
I ate language: ;V P J r,-Wht Lei WM ,tfr" f the United States are in immiueu tdau-
n Ker. Lr. uurweii lias been foe mn 'B,IBU W waspisn msmocrs who - ne ha.i-.tt.
ih in. iinuiMtrnl X...:.-1 I AlA r.. . t.t. . ! ..;t x t I 0 ;
wiau i alone savS lie
164 cases iu. San
aara it ia not nfe ti
. . . . . ........ , . . . .. .1. .....1 . .. T 1. I
lie uas noi oniy Dcen a successful teach- S,nu,? l" nuge x.ure, 11 seem- expect exemption
useful and edtfrin? minir led. was not canal to the oeeaainn. .Ha .s.i. l. .
; i - . - i mo lujcuicu.
uui urn mi iiiiui uc reacnea mis case, mr ( h.k.n f:... '
- , t I vv ontiu tu t viiuii fi W
,uo ,,,wcu f "m mose eigut res- rom. occnnled bv o,urhrin AUa.
r"u""' -u.Kw wwjera. tliat the air. even, -becomes. infrW.
They got away with him-broke the rules abaat them, and the malady is spread by
rrlw.lBu,y-n, Unuy, wo oi mem, orote exposare to it. It is dangerous to smoke
A. a. . a. Ja J T . t a p a S. al Aa.wal ii
neneaccsnu oiimiiv oi ine mate nroice i s .2 " i. 1
. - -. v . ivijiara or cianrets maoe ov mem. or to
intoa -regular fisticuff. Schenck aimed a wearctothimr wad.ed or handled hX.
sockdologer at BaHey which only staggered TheChinese are spreading from the Pacific
mm. Jinu uauev rKDonnam ouieic nnn kwiii. i m.i m. 11 .ij -.
r '- ,v r 1 . . T - , " pan 01 me country, so, that
... ... . uivon u rucr 01 uic ex- there i5 danger that this dreadful
-unges nose ana eye. n was a little cx- disease mar Wm n.m.np.tW -.fii
vu,s..BvW.r.f iJS nmc; anu menuhedin our hiUierto favored country.
wu"o ".' " iic uoHHig on it ia ft case irhfeH ahnnbl
his bench aWe it all ? But the other six ona .ttention of tan..
lively lawyers had the good sense to see I ; aa a . M'f
that they were losing time on the case at ! The Rada iu the House, in their course
law and put in right bravely and stopped in regard to the cobtssted elections,
ine scrimmage, tnvae ot them held Schenck 1 remind ns of the
right:" It would be fruitless to attempt to
describe his effort: suffice it, that it was
grand, overpowering and convincing;
carrying every thing before it, until to
ward the close all his forces were mar
shaled and in one masterly effort hurled
at infidelity, leaving a hideous, headless
corpse too foul for even the cormorant
scavenger to look upon.
In the afternoon, the Rev. Dr. Lnfferty
of Richmond, delivered the address to the
Senior class. He was unfortunate in the
treatment of his. subject comparing this
wjth former days. He took all thegloryJare both authorised to say that Mr. F. H. SHOES, BOOTS and SLIPPERS as cheap as any in the market the assortment large,
rom oar forefathers who fought so hardtDarby, who was nominated by the Mott- Aims MBlTff HATS MHCS CHEAPES THAU EVES 2ET0SB. V
lor American independence accused I Johnston convention, last VVednesdav. for , : - , . ,
Washington of great vanity in regard Superior Court judge of the Fourth dis- They mean to feed you with-ths Best HOOT, Heais, SMtarS, TeaSt'CcfeeS, pFffl&k
to titles; showed the religion of by -gone trict, will not accept. As it is somewhat
days to be mostly- of tlie still house order, difficult to find Democrats to accept these
er, out a
j and a contentions and industrious tn
1 wni an bis lite, and is withal one of the
I ruost learned and scholarly, as well as
I truly modest men in the clmrch.
. " umui 01 variea
by avoiding contact
bat that the disease
mid illustrated it with brandy jokes but
te has a great reputation as a wit and
it is supposed . that tbis was meant jok-
ngly ; although of a character rather be-
ow his cloth.'
KeV. N. M. 'Journey delivered the ad-1
dress to the Alltimni Assocbtiou on Wed
ThursdayntaS the big day. All the
s ana caiensive aitamment and arJiAinr.
I ship, fond of curious research and with a
I vasi store 01 , unusual knowledge. He
I was for many years a Professor in David
1 son College, filliue at one time Hia ..i.t
of Physical Science, and at auother of
I Mieiaun language and Literature nad
I Ancient History. He has been an occa-
amnal cotiti ibutor to the pre, fieonent
vj ly for our corumns, and aU in the ka
1 4 era Presbyterian liniac. He U n P-.
! tor of couutry churchea in Imloll mnnfr
1 Rev. Dr. It m pie is well known to our
f readers aa the popular aud narfni ...of
1 1 of the Salisbury Presbyterian Church, as
; the eoiitributor of vivacious historical
I sketches to our journal and others, and
I a Jefl'ly ngagl in historical leseareh
1 aud devoted to the good name of vri.
Carolina and of the Presbyterian church.
I lie is the author of an interesting
l graph on Rowan county, and is collecting
. material for bis forthcoming work on the
I Presbyterian church in North Carolina,
t As trustee of Davidson College and ail
I rector of Union; Theological Seminary, as
I chairman of Home Missions in his Prea
I bytery, and earnest in every good work,
I be ia widely known and beloved, and in
I the prime of his powers is, we trust, good
I for many more years of efficient service,
iu Dr. Burwell is a graduate of Hampden
I Sidney CollwJ Virginia, Dr. Rockwell of
I Yale College, and Dr. Rumple of Davhl
I son CoUege. J be Univrraity has dealt
I generously in thus honoring the scholar-
T snip 01 otfier instirntiousand has honored
Mr. . William H. Vauderbilt recently
-gave l-H rhwk for $1,000 to wy off the
i elect olVf tMVtf 'vhuivit, Lexington, VaM
wtuch waaereeteitin memory ot General
SlloWit K. Let, - ,
and some others hold Bailey; and thus per 18D to 1762. It!
.French Revolution from
began in moderation,
acn oay until it swep
of destruction, disTe-
force, the fight ended, and reason and decen-1 but like an Alpine avahuiehe it gained
ey returnea to grace the Bar whiclrbad so momentum with
iuucij rjeciea inem irora tneir seats. - lonia a carnival
It was the Judge's time next : j He order- cardins law. richt. decencv. and life ! If
:- " sm wf v. me uciiijjcjKui. 1 bcii. lui) xuius pegun oy unseating one
u wag very moderate fufcr thought it Democrat ' and fter long discussion
100 son by hair more than halt Twenty This gave them a taste of blood, and! at
days behind the grates and $50, said the once their roost depraved -appetites and
lookers-on. But $50 was all the Judge laid loosest ) principles jwere awakened, and
n. Ana t nuj, it seems, burdened his con- DOw they are rushing on turning out this
ore, ..... .a Tnc course 01 a tew hoars maw and that man in the face of facts,
after, he took off the fine and released them and in otter disregard of all decency and
Ia a ' I . " " .icm :dow- aii justice. The JTrencb conspirators
edged their error made due anolotnea to 1 niMl 1, Mtti tiM.
any teacher, or purchased for a few dol
Prof. Rayhill will instruct students in
Elocution, Prof. Pell in English, Prof. No
ble in Algebra, Prof. Harris in Drawing.
. Prof. E. H. Wilson will teach Vocal
Music, assisted by Prof. C. L. Wilson du
ring the last fortuightof the School.
, Prof. John E. Dugger will be Secretary
Callisthenics will be taught by Prof.
Will Not Accept.
The Wilmington Star and the Review
KLOTTZ & REWDIiE
Their Dry Goods, Notion and Clothing Departments have jnst en supplied
with New and 'Beautiful Summer styles. i -. .r 4 . 1
Good Stook of Shirts and Underwear;
doubtful honors, the managers will have
to drum around for auother candidate,
whom they will find no doubt inside of the
Republican wigwam. The Republican
convention which meets next Wednesday
win nnd one to fill yie place and our
"liberal'1 Democratic friends will1' hare
five Republican judges to vote for, or six
Republicans out of eight candidates nam-
Potatoes, tomatoes, Tapioca, Macaronia, Corn Starch, &o, &c
ISTTThey have as fine FLOUR as is made in the United 8tates.jg
lMs. ef tia Vfifit 10 eeflts Snflrar in Towil nst recdved.
10,000 lb. Shorts and Bran just received New stock of Glass and Table Wsrfcr:
Fruit Jars Lower than Ever Sold BeWref
f3F"Agcnts for Coat's Spool Cotton. -New supply of 5 cents Trickig
Call and see them before you buy as they have a thousand things not mentioned.
H. W. Tatlor, H. P. Atkiks a E. F. Tatum, Salesmen
forenoon, wastaken up by the orators of ed. Wonder how tliey like the divide.
the graduating class teu in number.
These speeches were very interesting and
were delivered in a mauner alike credita
ble to tji Jijtitntion and. themselves.
We cannotAllude to all, but .must say
that our, former towusinau, J.
bojn, subject : "The achievements
common seuse," . was the best in our
judgment and deserrcd the "Wiley
A SUCCESS: AT i AST;
-9 t i
Raleigh, Jnue 6. The Republican
politicians, haying rested from their wea
ry labors of beating op recruits for the
liberal convention to be held here on
of j Wednesday, arc now gathering around to
make a quorum. The side show will, be
opened promptly, and Dr. Mott "will be
Gray McdaJ.V This medal is preseuted ou hand to giro direction; for what wonld
to-. the.best speaker in Senior class, aud j this convention be without the Doctor f
we venture the assertion tliat had the j Jt is his own little babe, and be must . be
winner of the prize not had the houora-1 present at the! performance. It will be
ble position of. Latin Salntatoriau in ad- J composed of tlie usual Republicans, the
dition to his regular sueech. the Drize I old set." and if a strav Democrat finds
would have fallen to Mr. Wilborn. . After I himself there, he will come ont of it a
a few, moments rest, Dr. Talmage deliv-1 sadder and a wiser man. It is not every
ered tlie Literary address.- I man who can boast tliat he never made a I
To give an idea of how the Doctor's 1 mistake j land if any Democrat baa been
talk would effect one. we quote Carrawav i deceived and misled into eivinsr countra- . THIS 1IACHINE is a olsin wooden- tank lined with eonner or ifalrasixed troa
of the News-Observer : 1 ance to this Radical trick, let him sav hith perforated pipes in the bottom or the .admission of -stean wUheor
The Doctor held the house for. one nothing moreabont it, bot show by4 put- X'7"1 VlT'V " , vi" V rJl; B " t. TaZ kMZZ& " at S
hour and a half in smiles, lauchter andltinrtn
tears altrmtj.lr Thom YraaTw rn1t,tv. I 0 0 . T, . ' . muc me Kim is mrown up mrougn ine penoraiea -pipes unuemeaiir irum ine
vcar., aiiernau-iy. lnere was no ioiiow- t, , , ...v lnMn tft .nfr1,t nan- of the tank Thur in vn .KL.w.n ih n ia nrobHthm and fona
rinf Birsiin. iTh 1f.nnatitnrd aaiti.
I a smooth bottom in the tank.
mtltMM that ratlod ttiia liliornl rnn mnf 5 An
I The process is simDle : ant one can operate the machine. First, soan the clothes an
toitether was i composed of O'Hara and distribute them evenly about four or five inches thick In the tank! ' Turn On enough'
A INVESTED AND PATJWTED J " " .
T. J. MERONEY, SALISBURY, N C
the Judge and to each otherjl and shook
panda, and the curtain fell on j the Spring
Term of Rowaa Superior Ceuri for 1882L
And new, as we look , back 'on the dis
graceful scene in the Court House last week.
we led that it is greatly to be regretted,
j Thr wcreJ rns -of ' la w and j jutico was
and ia that way
Here ia a lesson
'K member of Congress "who has good
sources of information predicts that Cou
gr ess will adjourn sint die before the close
of June. The ways and means committee
ia 1 w in ! 1 ii , (.uuaiUTIiillUU.
mg bim farther witli pencilbut few
stenographers could do it so rapidly
doe8 he sNM(k He was remarkably hap
py throughout. Wheu we thiuk of Tal
mage in the . future,, such words as nice,
intelligent', noble intellect, pleasant, sym
pathetic, interesting, "natural, delicious,
mirth-provoking speaker, spontaneously
rush toi our miud. Vh v. he iust filled
everybody with clorv. He iust captivated the world that one ia a Republican seek
. a a - - .
wun uis irresistible, cbarmi
eloquence and description
other Republicans along with Some Dem-1 er to cover them turn on steam,' and move tihe.Rollerbaek and Tart h nntil the wster
ocrars who are after spoils. They moved I w v",urcu 1 Hrn "e vsive ana lenne water pass on, vaa wean waicr, ssq rTuc'-
at the dictation of DrJ Mott.? It is'Dr. !roree or ,our "mes, and yon find the Mntiw nm, j,nmtigMy vhf irtthnnt tup
Xlott's afiair. i Let no Democrat attend i" "yTi or there, is no rubbing process employed, the Roller Jiaving rounded edges
it ia to eonfeaa beforav all I 10 present any wear or cutting. A lace handkercni&T can De washea as wen as a
4unfc. iiusjiacuine is in operauon av. aieroney ce tiros. iacntne dqop, wmw :
e . a7 : .11 . . .1 . -;,. m. , - i...ni 171
it. To attend
uiuir iwwera of ing to destroy the only organlsaUon that be manufactared at'as small acost as possible,- Any one having a steal boi
b holds out any hope to tho Sontli and to "Potion; can nse one of my machines at small cost alid with satisfactory resolts,
I . I the people of the State. 'We hope that Ptn0a do the work of ten wash-women in one day and do the work better. ':
'WIN OF CAaOUt ' " eurva ' irregular,
painful, or di&culi nienbtruatioo. j ' ( '
' At Theo. F.'K lulls.
no one, not already-. auRepublican,.wUI
nave anguci 10 up wunwic .11 is merely a
coutrivauce of the eueiuy. Sets &. Ob
BTIt is a snlendld thin? fr boiling "-nun and Tftrctahlea for stock.
Iritis alsoaood wool-wakher.i- , '.lS'''Xt
fcSPState and County rights foral by the Inrentor. 7 i V .vT.
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