jj. W. UzSZZViZLZ, Editor and Prop'r
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Katerod as second-claw mall ai Salisbury. N. C.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 18?3.
Eight y. Wrong
Under the plea of defending certain
personal rights tfre sacred liberties f
be dear peoplethe opponants of lo-
jcal option pretend that thej are defend
ine the true principles ot ngqt arm
Justice. Although tb.ey sometimes
produce plausible arguments and even
profanely resort to quoting th.e aacred
Seriptgresin their effort to sustain their
sidepfthe question, yet comrnon sense
and.ordinary-rsasoning with the actu
al evidence of daily observation re
veals the fact that they are simply trw
ng o make wrong appear right; but
which iii this enlightened age only ex
poses the fallacy of their position to
he inuid of the fair and just reasoner.
We have always been u p.ernocrat,
and $Q gpo4 an one that bribes, the
teraptationof official honor or aggrau
ternent, nor naught else, has ever yet
hwerve'l from firmly and fearlessly
nmiutaining and pr.nnnlgitjng those
true, pure ami indestructible principle
which are found only m th Democrat
jc ,cree-r-a creed 4hat assurei ;u we
commit no wrong in attempting in an
humble wyto direct and educate thrl
winds Ot. the people to a degree which
will some dav. we hope, at kat result
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in a majority of them electing to enr
act and maintain such laws as will put
the evil of the licenfee4 dram shops .out
-.of the reach pf those pf their neigh
bors who are too weak to resist the
jLeroptatjons the law plCfs in the way
A true Democratic governnieutmn
protect all classes alike; but guch
r ... i
government cannot exist so long
t us hope, however, that the honffct
md maiilr course of parnham Post, ?n
U ci'hdewnatlon of wrong, may inr
iuce all otfcier.Jionest JJnion veterans
o do likewise; mid that the cmtet
r.hus begui may continue fl'ntH the
latiou a pension r.olls shaJJ hare twen
nirged of the bounty-jumpers," and
the "bummers,' and all oth.r disnpur
table characters who are not entitled
to the pension 'mxney which they an
draining from th people's treasury.
Senator and Representative yho
made no kick pier the, four.ear full-
rermrule of the, J?ot Office depart
ment are not taking kindly to the
ut rule of that deDartineirt. that no
lt-pubican fourth-class postmaster
will.be removed save for malfeasance
in office, or on complaint and proof
that he is au "offensive partisan
North Carolina Teachers' Assembly.
An event of jrrer.t; importance to
the teachers of North? Carolina, ami
to every school in the State, will be
the te.ith annual session of Ihe ortli
n lit,.. TMuclir' Assembly, at aure-
rtiwii.. -" rr - - w . f-iro
head City, June 20 to Juiy o, io.
Many njew features in the Assembly
work introduce ims se,iuii,
make the occasion of morevaUe than
evtr. . , . , .
Men and women of the -nignesc
reputation and success in our State,
represeutin every department of edu
iil le nresent to meet you
and iiive you their best thoughts u:id
views in provisional worn.
The meeting will be one of unu?ual
W;it.mn;il valu such as ambitious
and progressive teachers paMiot afford
to rose. It will be v time to make
most pleasant and valuable acquaint
ances, renew and strengthen old friend
ships, exchange professional experi-
nr4 with t ue who are working in
The following cnyersation is reported l'es ike your ewn, and to get broaider,
, "7 " . . deeper and more practical conceptions
V " I ,(- i-,i.il-ir m n en til iil .
Ohio Democratic Congressman and As- The results of such a delightful
sistant P. M. G. Maxwell: Congress-Imeptinir of our teachers as has been
man "I don't like your rule: it offers plan ned for the couiming session of
" . . 'i 1. 1.. f.
t.iif Assemuiv are ceiuuu m
tlioiiiioiwk fit :t our tjeoole in euu-
cation; and to establi-h our schools on
a more prosperous basis than ever be
fore. There will be full and free presenta
tion and discussion of such methods
of teaching as' are adapted to the pe
culiar conditions of our educational
system?, public and private.
Teachers cannot oe too strongly
nrired to be nresent who desire to be
come more efficient in their work; to
a premium to the sneak and the iu-
form.er. Why shouldn't these men
work for their party? Why should
they be dismissed for doing it? 1
yvanj; them dismissed for being Repub
licans, not for being good, working
Mr. Mhxwell "There arje some va
cancies in your district, and if you
will name your men for these vacant
m t r-k. TM1 .nrM)nt 4liAtv nnMA T mtin tl
- Jf . . n tnnwwu lAmns successful mem-
those ycancies where the operants tge profession ui.ceed; to se-
hT resigned ' cure, a school position or a change of
Congressman "Well, I won't make location for the fall term; to gain a
any recommendations in those case, new educational inspiration, or to re-
There -aie two kinds of Republican cover from the fat.gue of a school
; A ', . ; term by the unfailing influences ot
postmasters m my district. , One kin4 the fining sea-breezeaud the ex
are manly, and vhen their party lost h juration of an ocean bath,
they sent in their resignations. The One of the most valuable depart
others arra set of sneaks, and when n)e,lts of thi Assembly now is the
t, .i ., .. , . Teachers' Bureau, which will assist
their party loses they still ho d ort to L,"""cia. AJl"c ' , ;;a
xl . -, r - J teachers in J-ecttrmp: good positions,
their-places. lour rule pffers a prer an,j wjU supplf competent teachers to
mium and protection to these sneaks. jny principal or school committee who
At the same time von ask me to name mav desire them. Mr. E. K. Bi ilton
inar a thousand dollars, taVe this tmw
me.' I offered the niQiier without
haying consulted Mr. Sunderlin, but
knew it would be all right with him.
'Mr. Davis took aiy hand and the
tears streamed down hi face. Ho,
said he, 'I canntt tajie your money.
Yoi and your husb-uid are yoOLg and
will need" your money, while J an? an
old man. and,' adding after a-pause
4I don't reckon 1' shall need, anything
"He then put his hand in his pocket
ii ; ' m i : i
and took out a utile goiu pencil, arnicn
he asked me to keep for his sake, and i
have the little memento now."
She then showed the little gift to
myself and others in the room and,
su'd she had nejrjerned it, but bd ui
ways preserved it as a sacred gift.
"When Mr. Davis had said go-vl-by,"
continued Mrs. Sutherlin, "h
hurried to the train and left as oon as
"Did Mr. Davis think the war was
then ended?" Tasked.
'Not at all," she replied. "One day
at the table I 3ul to him; 'Mr. ' Davis
would Lee's surrender end the war?'
and he replied t
'By-no mpans. We'll fight it ou
to 4Jie Mississippi river. Ana so saia
all his officers. I told them they were
simply whistling: to keep their courage
iip, but they said they meant what
A fJosOjUita Esterjainator.
The Indian Medical Record for
March gays that a Bombay newspaper
cls attention to tho virtues of the
castor ojl plant as a means of protec-
IWMi against mosquitoes, jn Xigynt it is
planted about houses to drive. the in
sects awav. -InPtowns a betU r clan is
to haye tlie young plants iu pots, and
bring them into the house for a dayl
or two at a tipie, but they pjust not be
kept too long in "the shade, for the
tilma Christi is a sun . loving plant
A writer is cited as saying that . the
upispuitoes are killed by a poison thai
they hud on the lovyer wde of the leaf.
but it is stated that if a dozen leaves
are placed about a room that swarms
with mosquitoes they will disappear
without leaving any dead ones lying
Jthe governing power sell? the pfivilge
,0 a favored few to .enable thein to
make money out of tljeir fellowrciti?ens
jiard earne'd noney tljing that not
pnly ruitjsthe man but brings sorrow,
suffering, disgrace and poverty to : the
innocent and helpless mother, wife ind
- Yes, the majority must rule ip
Araericii! As long as tjie majority say
the present state of things shall exist,
we must have tljes licensed, home
destroying institutions licensed to
4eal out d(eat)i, destitution an4 wpe to
our neighbors and pur children. Uut
At the same time you ask me to name may desire them
to those who were manly ha charge ot the Uurean, ana no
. , ' charge is mado for any. assistance
rendered. Applications shonla be
enough to tender thir resignations.
I won't do it. I'll not be a party to an gent jn a't once.
Wr.U ..f thai
1 1 fUJvl rAttllicu,cll.l TUI vuy . uic Hie expends Ul UUi nip ni
by exchanging vutji t iern or their I o llepul?,ans aI,d allow exceedingly lilit ,1 two weeks visit
the sneaks to live in official safety." to the A.embly, incii.ning ro-na-trip
-,, j 1 Xf ' ,, . railroad fare from the most distant
Uessill and his man Maxwell are not V , .. . , i . .
,. , portion of the btate and hur-ela
what we would call good Dmocrats. L);ir.i :,f the famous Atlantic Hotel.
The Democrats carried the election.
The majority should rule, and Demo
crats should have .the ofce.
need not cost over 25. ih' total
average expense of attendance for the
entire session, including railroad fare
and board, will not exceed $18. The
i v .Ima ,F i lit
Several thousand people beld an i- oVT ui L mny
dignation meeting in Pioneer Square Hmes greater than the flight expense
Seattle, Wash., last Thursday night, at pf attendance.
which both President Cleveland and The annual fees for membership in
Secretary Oasle were heartily pon- the Teachers' Assembly are 2 for
i - jf W VI - i im " nMies aud l for females By special
demned forflot enforcing the Chinese , D .i ..i.l,
- l run iiiivir iT X 1 1 M ss J l V Llic It l U'Mio
will add the membership fee to the
quiet and orderly hut many bitter ad- price of the ticket, and will furnish
dresses wt re made. President Cleve- purchaser a coupon, for which, when
presented to the becretary at More-
head Cit v. a "Certificate ot Member
ship" will be supplied, which will en
title the holder to k!1 special hotel
rates, lectures, entertainments, and
every other privilege of the Assem bly
session. Friends of education are
Dr. Briggs Trial Begins,
Washington, May In the
Presbyterian Uenerai Assembly the
closest attention yrax given to Dr.
Baker, chairman A the judiciary coin-r
inittee, when lie rose to make the re
port ot the committee, s to the dis
position of the time u ihe iiriggs
The arrangement, he said, was en
tirely agreeable to both sides. The
appellants would open and close the
case, four and a half hours being al
lowed them, while the appellee-, Dr.
Iiriggs, would be allowed seven hours.
New York Presbytery, from whose
judgement the appeal whs taken,
would be allowed two hours, with each
speaker limited to ten minutes, and,
following Mieni, members of the Gen
eral As?embly would be heard in two
hours under the ten minute rule.
The vote would then be taken on each
Dr. BaKer said the appellants would
introduce, in opening the cae, alt the
matters they intended to present. The
report was adopted unanimously.
Washington. May 8U. Dr. Briggs,
at (J:50 this morning, resuuied his ar
gument before the Presbyterian Gen
eral Assembly ill defeuse of the charges
mwde iigitinst him. lie occupied the
remainder of the morning session, go
ing again over substantially the same
around argued before Iew lork I re-
hyterv. lie was heard . without inter
ruption Oi incident of moment.
Hit: even ni' session was iriveli over
to the members of the New York
Presbytery, and the vote on sustaining
the appe..i will doubtless be taken at
toMuiTuw morning's seesion.
Gov. Cmit has s-nt C. A. Jenkins, of
Ashevilh-fo MiJditfboro, Ky., for D.
M. Maxettvivho is wanted in Asheville
for foi gejand who escaped from the
officers i here in February last.
Recommend Johnson's Maguetic Oil
for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprim4, brui
seo, laiuc hack, il quickly relieves pain.
Sold hy Edwin CutUerell, Salisbury,
The II. C, Antiquities ?ccity
We learn from the Raleigh News
and Observer that at a called meeting
of the Worth Carolina Antiquities So
ciety, a number of ladies and gentlt
men njet last Friday in the office of
the Clerk of the Supreme Court. Mrs
Burwell, the President, took the chair,
and Mi. VV. W. Hall acted as Secreta
ry. Among the Indies present were
airs. A. i5. Andrews, Vice-President
Mrs. It. 1. Urav, Treasurer: Mrs
Armistead Jones, Mrs. Garland Jones
and Mrs. K. K. Mofijtt. Col. T S
Kenan explained that the purpose o
me oociety was 10 collect and pre
serve relics ot historical interest; and
he stated what action had been taken
at the preliminary meeting.
Mr. A. D. Jones moved that a-cora-
mittee be appointed to nrepare a con
stitutitui and by-laws to be submitted
to a subsequent nieetiug. and Mr. W
W. Hall, B. U. Lacy and F. A. Olds
were appointed on that committee.
Gov. CaT suggested that the fire
proof room in the tapitol building
formerly used as the , State Library
might be procured as the place for
storing tne relics; and he was asked
to make the necessary application for
It was moved that State Librarian
Ellison be requested to act as custodi
an of (he relics; and he was authorized
to receipt for any that misjht be senl
and to take care of them iu the old Li
It was resolved that the scope of the
Society be enlarged to take in mem
bers in every county of the State.
NOTHING BETTER MAD-:
prices LOW. Cat! arid examine ; Anal vsis. "
J. REODXS BUO WIT, President,
Win., u. LiUiiiix, oecrciary.
Insures all Kinds of Property at Lowest Adequate Rate?,
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUS.TEDl AND SATISFACTORILY SETTLED, -
Gansral Insurance Agency of J. Allen Brovn
W. (or.Main n n! Fisher St rrot . I J
Hok Smith, by revoking Ilium's
celebrated order admitting to pensions
men who were nut wounded in the
service, has looped-off an expenditure
of about 120,000,000 a year.
jftrc Insurance 0.
Statement January S, 1893,
Capital stock, all cash v. $i.ooo,o;W.Oi)
Kands reserverl to meet all liabilities :
legal standard $l,4w,f30.1l
Unstttled losses and
other claims sis.sr.'.'i
Net surplus over capital aDd all llubll
Concord Standard: Ten mouths
ago the wife of Mr.George Smith, of
Crab Orchard lowushjj) in Mecklen
burg county, gave birth to twins. A
few days aj;o this lady gave birth to
Plans have been completed and
work commenced on Winston's new
hotel building, located at the corner of
Fourth and Liberty street. It will
have jseveuty-tive bed-rooms and a
f;oiitae of 265 feet.
the ' majority is not always right!
The licensed saloon cannot be right; it d The athering
IS not jUSt, Ulllf ill UlJUlETHfc fH fM-
VOr cannot be sustained by ajjy princi-
p,e f .gut; r" '"fr laud wastlescribed as the greatest an
ILUOUtlt XJL SLJMlH.lil If-Ul .ipiwUUB IW
poning, nor abusiye ribaldry, can make Judge Lochren tersely defines the
what is wrong appear tQ be right to policy upon which Im will run ihe
an u u prejudiced mind, and the day will pension Office as follows: "The eaual
come we belieye when Xw riht will energetic and exactly just administra- permitted to attend the Assembly ou
prevail. - ' tion of the pension laws as they are s?me lerms asf wjicnerft n . u v -
f ... '. . . r J o liiRinor vnm- lp:u-hers ticket be Mile
found upon thp statute books. If a vonr "r, is checked through to
Everybody knows that the 'pension man is entitled to a peusion he ought Morehead Citv.
system of this country has tbf stamp ta have it, and if he is not entitled to The various railroads of the State
pf fraud upon its face, and is becoming it he should not apply. The depart- nave made, specially for the Assembly.
an unbearable burden to the taxpayers men t is really cpurtof claims, and it t;ir L fa . n.iu 2hZ Tirbi
pf the whole country, and especially pq iij the business and duty of its officials on saie from june i$ to 30, and are
the taxpayers of the bouth. There to enter upon examjnation of the pa- good to return any time until July 20,
are among the Union veterans '"in the pers subniitted in each case with pa- and permit stopping over on the re
North and West, hpuest men whp tience and without bias. So far as lies turn trip. The great Atlantic Hotel
)inpw this fact and have the manly in my power this will be done. If
pouragedenounce tiie trauas ana ex- pumic money is Deiug paid to the un- a uniform rale of only Si rer day.
travagancies that have been so long prac worthy will be dijuontinued. The boatmen make reductions for
ticed under the existing pension laws, j " sailing and fishing parties, so that these
Hut what are we coming to, when j?io mine gcaining arraignment of delights may be constantly participa-
those honest-veterans, who gee tlje heinous oi iiepuoncan officials has "J . - .
wronj? and ar conscientious enoudi to ever Ueeo UrawD bJ 14 Republican than . ' , ... ' tA
--w ' r' .1 . i i . i . ... I leac.ueis aim j.iiciius uj ruuciiutm uw I nrv i-lnr
jaenounceit, are treayttiosewnom - an ist' tion ,low secures a $2,000 Uw
thev have hmiored. with an attempt to reP" t the Weather Bureau, which Uniov with us the privilacea of the L.iUhJn in the L;md Office. Interior
nas been made to becreUryiMorton by 1 session and the delights ot the sojourn Department. This is the second place
Assistant Attorney Jienera Colby our xuncawonai v.ipitai uy tue Qf tjje ni g1TeU t INorth Uarolina,
i . . i -Act i iiv i ii t iu ! ad mill) r
wno conducted the nvest n?at on n- """
, . - ;JiiUGKSE u. n arrell, oec y. ana ires.
May 6th; 1S93, hy mutual consent, the
partnership heretofore existing between
the publishers of this puper is disolved.
The iSenior Eliior, now sole proprietor
will continue to publish the WATCHMAN
as. the Democratic orau of the county,
ami the retiring Junior, who believe
there is more unlit iu farming than jn
journalism, hopes' that his friends will
continue their patronage to iheir ohl
county paper. J. W. MclvKNZIE,
& C. II. liHUS Kit.
"The public roads in France are so
good that one horse hauls from two to
three tons. The tires of the wagons
for heavy teaming are six iuches
Concord Standard : Mr. George Mc-
Corkle, of Newton, who was a Treas
ury chief in the first Cleveland admin
brand them with disgrace,
y e see it si.ate4 -that the "Noah L.
Famhani Post" of the Grand i.rmy of
the -RcDiibliCi has had iU charter an- Thre "P01 find 'tat the charge of
liulled fpr no other reason than that official abuses favoriteiwa and entire
its members, a short time ago, were aosenc8 business m.tnoasm me bu-
i'.4. l j j I reau were full t sustained hr thf avi.
ouPnuun u uucu.u w uc , The following touching story is told
nounce, Dy , resolutions, me numerous i u -j i"5 y by Mrs. W. T. Sutherlin, of Danville
frauds that hut beeu perpetrated un-lm;'lul',J eiFnse Ui "ie ""reau our- wnere presi(ient Davis last headquar
ter the existing peusion laws. J, ing tne Jsst year it was under military hers were located, she says: "When
Deafness Canaot be Cured -by
local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by eons! it ut ion remedies
Dealnuss Ijb caused by an iutiumed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When tWs tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness is the result, aud unites the in-
lamuiation can be taken out and this
tube restored to iis normal condition.
hearing will be destroyed forever; nim-
caees out of ten are. caused by catarrh.
which is nothing but an inllamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We wiil give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars: free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
5Sold by Druggists, 7oc.
Inliamed itching, burning, crustv and
scaly skin and scalp of infants soothed
and cured by Johnson's Oriental Soap
Sold by Edwin Cutherell. Salisbury,
It is conceded that Crisp will have a
walk-over for the speakership of the
BROWN S IRON BITTE3S
cures Dyspepsia, In
Land For Sale !
4 Touching Story in PresidpntDavis'
Their Uomniander-in-Chief approved control $610,606 and the amount Mr. Davis had been at our house for Carr takes great interest in i
the order of " suspension upon- the appropriated for the next fiscaj year- three days he snid that he could not State institutions, whether for
' :. 'i LL ' -i I1. - Sfflal.lOf). fWrfcr Morton will hrin- OM our nospitahty longer, and or colored people. This is as it
Mr. A. 0. Shaw s being the other.
Mr. Mcflorkle'a aDDOintmeut was not
The Greensboro liecord says :
Amoni? the visitors yesterday at the
A. and M. College for the colored race,
was Gov. Carr, who expressed himself
as well pleased with the character and
r . . i i j l n.
progress ot tne woric aone tueie. uu.
i an tne
Total assets, January 2, 1S93 ,
4ST .. Tl
Is soH wllh wriUan
guarantee to car
the Brain, cunuinfr Misery, inanity fl V?z th
Eiirreuees, Impotency, Lost Fovsr in oivfcer ti'x.
Prematura Old Ap:e, Ir.volTmlnry L cAuet
by oer-tuilnlgence, over-cxoi tum f the irr.iii ijua
Errors of Youth. It elves to Weri Oivtt.3 tht-ir
Knturnl Visor and double tba joys o? life; curea
Luoorrhooa and Femulo Tatnss. 4 moirta'p ,r'!--ment,
In plain packuo. ty mail, to Bay B-lurbes, il
per box, 6 boxes f5. With evc-ry ?3 order we snre a
Written Ouarantea to cur? or refund :he mocey.
Circular free. Ooarantoo j'aed ciilj by oar
DILY? DISPUTE ')Yl Wiu:
Whf-n .vlie felJs'Voii'B, V. Hurt U'-
-sen inoi-H si-i)!S im ns ni'Hu'V n,
ny lioi'isii-in tlUb'ury. Th-v sfi!! r
vwe th.-wtelily -sliipaiint6? 6 .'
pic S.os and sell lliem a- t'lfui'
ever. When you want a luiiin :
the hit est styles go fo seK thein,
yua ciriT c nanny ..yet it.
Life Insurance Company,
IfSWABK, IT. J.
AMZI DO DD, Presidknt-
Assets (market value) - - 4s.o.la,2jP.O.-.
ScRHLt'8 (Mass. Standard, 4 per ct) ::,D-J.5,T92.00
OVKU OXK MILLION FRUIT .TBKES, V. :
IVis, . . l'huns."
Olierru-s, - 'ja-iccti,
Japaai I'ersThimoua, Nectariin,
(ititjie.-', IStrnul trrin.
Ulackberrics, e le;tierritn, f
A.jiarnriifl, - v l'ie I'Unt,
Filbert.-:.- ; ; "O-.:. Kng;!ii Wulnsu-3aajiMattimothClicst-
nut, WiricIV bears at Kvergrei n -itM'1 '
'i vears. old iu nur- uit-nta! sim.'
sery rovs,- -' Evergreens ' :
Alnioutis, - fio erii-g ur- "
Pecans, &c, :iv - K(iv:s. .
Fruita ironi thearliest to the ;J:itfi k
"cd as. it is 'from all parts of the (Ho!
Orders solkited Uy otir iigents.
J. VAN LINDL AY, Pomona K. C-
lEXAMIHE tie Perfesled POLICY.
Clear, Brief, Just, Liberal.
AFTER SECOND YEAR -1
One-hundred acre, of good farming IN Restriction on --Residence or
, ... . . I I11II1I1SH fill MIT IIOHUII.,1 II.V ( (TUr Jllin I . n..l,.rn tloAnld I MIS IS HN IL HIIUUIU
irronnilthafc the action of these kon- yaMw ocretary Norton will bnn S t---j "-"I!". i"K, e 11 t I tu
jrouna ipat tne action or mese on-i .... - 61 'nade arrangements to establish his l)e. This reminds us of the fact that
wue matter vu uie ntueuwmi vl tne headquarters at the old Benedict GoV. Carrs course at New Uerne dur
President befQre taking action, we htusc, on Wilson street. I told him he in? the Juines City troubles haa beeD
learn. might take his cabinet to any place he verv hidilv commended by the color-
i i i j. e i- ip . i i . " .
pieaseo, out as ior mmseir ne muse be ed people themselves.
land containing good meadow and or
chard lying within two (2) miles of Lon
don, Stanly county. Price $500; terms
$200 cash, balance in three years.
J. w. Cannon,
m. 25 2m. Concord. N. C.
DE. RQBT. L. RAMSAY
Salisbury 1ST. C.
JB5"-0ffice hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. ra.
Occupation. Ho Forieiture
in Case of Iiapse,
jest men - in passiag and parading these
resolutions oerore tne public was
plainly for th.e purpose of creating
HiOHtility against the principles of the
iioHtii.ty aKainSM"c F..uc.p,e, ot j-, . .... . ourcuest so loiieas he remained in the
Gmnd.Armjofthe Rcpub ic - Thus . ' ,"u " citvr and ha viehled to th rpn.f. T.hnrlolte New. The People of
it is evident that as it was the obiect door-way .always nart n anl H , t fi d after that Hamlet: on the Carolina Central road,
pf the suspended Post in - adopting wth ttractive furni,shin to allure time, and was of course, in a most an x- were considerably exercised yesterday
these resolutions, to denounce the sys- the youth of our homes into tempta- ious frame of nnud but was always over the finding of 'tMj ot an .n-
4 ,t u. . iU.U. ..l,; ua , tions that only can be found m the pleasant and agreeable. Que morning fant within a few ard. of the depot
.temcflaw5 that jsiobbing the tax- 7 mavonlv be and Mr. Sutherlin went down towS The child was about ten days old, and
n9vN nf the ennntrr nf thW harA UXOtiei n Saloon. At nrst may only , ,aA ., l j l ..,JU mrfl0rw fh tnnr.1
.earned money tp bo paid to jjnw.orthy be a me, 01 ,laruS Pr Pf but ner and 1 knew something had hap- its hed having" been crushedin. No
wrsuns: so it is also evident that the suMPr Kr ,tM" lH Z . .ff"iijwuu i pensrt. I met them at the door, and clew whatever as to its rauraerer na
w ; - . , , . u: will be temptingly offered him. There Mr. Davis told me almost in a whisper! been obtained.
- . . . r. . is a main evil of the Saloou a tht Lee had surrendered
so ffnsive to the national organiza
tion, of which it was a part, that il
makes thp lauguage of thja Coraman-
der-inrChief an admission that th
fraudulent huu unrtgnieous pension ,a a law to hereafter allow women to other than Confederate monef ?w and the country, many of whom have been
system is upheld and approved by the! vote in muuicioal electious in that i,e replied in 'the negative. Then said rendered homeless and are arking for
organization over .which he pre.ides..tater . I,ofiepng him a bag of goldj contain-1. he ' loan of tenU.
stumbling block, to many a noble and
promising young man.
The Michigan legislature, has pass-
and that he
must leave town as soon as possible. t A telegram was received at the War
"Making a few hurried" arrange-1 Department stating that a great ere-
ments, h ottered his hand to me to vasse in the bants or tne Mississippi
ay good-by and I asked him the ques- near Lake Providence had caused great
tion: fMr. Davi-, have you any fund? lestitution among the inhabitants oJ
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