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Mr. Nasby Goes jFonvard to Ar
range His Experience His Con
clusions as to Profits of tlioTqur.
(wich Is in the State uvNoo York,
- -.. Sept. 29, 1872.
- X am here safe at Chappaqua. and I
am glad uv it. I don't live nere ez
high ez I did on the road, but to oflset
that, I - hevn't the crrindin anxieties.
And things is better here than at first.
yet, but. r arAexrtirivery rninit
, ne-wiii B2lvJ sum i n tq -un ve mem i umwi,
t nm. wroof irloo nv niwc ' to be a spier
that he i a selAmado: man, and come nippw uw
- . I - . 'All
from jiotbiQ.i ithinkhelid -ana The
result is exactl v wat might be expected
from the . commencement;,; 1 1 never
acrain will attach jnvself to a talkin can?
ciiaaie. i a no luugue is u uui ui u4mT
ber, end its incksti en mates a consoom
W,- ' '--; !"-
I : i I
hurrah 1 for 1 Greeley, for I git
Vayettevilie's new engine has been chris- j MAItRIAGIS GTJIIE.
vp. hnt T am .AYTectir4 ?everv mlnlt "" PfW0.. !. i evebt onIhi 'oww nde-rdR Beinsr a
that heririlifcayJ sUthinto4riVe them j Cumberland Agricultural .Fair promises prtTatertt ftcimarri persma,ift
naa wunst a greasiaee uv uw iTT-t r ''" :;i.?UvJM thost about to b.jrrjetVboth male and
ltatTtbltaiOTHlS 'Pride 1? .A fceavy I female, in overySSrnithe physi-
- ft-Tw a v4A v Mtj ci t m iiii n m-,A.am i - .
AVastauantltv of haval Ktorek fiave acctf- 9 and r relations of our sexual eysUm
malated in Fayette ville . awaiting transpor
tation., -Htit n.Mt;ir.L'm
And New. Orleans is to have a crand In
dustrial exposition, with a building costing
. rL. etlllli'' Lilt! 'rSr. tr
C; Southern, died in Stokes county on the n Plai,n language for the general reader, and
Mr. W. W. Phlfer, Jr., of .Mecklenburg,
three square meals aT day , with him;
and; the production and; . prevention of IT-I
spring, including aU new dis(Joyexies3jever
before ivi ins,the. Bgli8h-lafigoage,by
WMi YOUNG, DC iiThlsria sreally u val-i
uablo and . interesting .trorki t It- Is written
is illustrated with numerous ' Engravings.
. t .... i - - . .
T H.O.M-:I5-S..OIJS" ' S
Wi I mington? North, Caroli i
, .11 young married people, or thdWcbnlem-
x yruzwrnoiy. airaia uv ureeiey a .lu- urai tne prospeci oi ever gicim iiuu u Had his band, crushed jn ar cott9n:gin ou plating fnarriake. and 'havin the least ini
tense tempranco .principles. r and wus Post offiis; grows dimmer and dimmer. Monday last. , tl $ ,. , t . fedit?'wJrSwr?
AfirMt to Eitr arfrtnv I,, fila rAsftns. t oif. j Jri 1 Tho trrfnt .And iIi'r -i" 111 4il-of J Wnt-to. married .life, should jreadihia
but his Dosishen on linker Is modified, c-ood Greelev fpcls safabecoz the Deoole cer. was recentlv found dead in 4 his
the same ez it Is on the tariff. He sez
he is an inflexible t cm prance man yet,
but he is willin that it, shel be left to
the -people of the Congressional dee
strlcks.! "You are uv the people,," sed
he, and the question has not bin passed
upon." ; -1 dnnkV'therefore. with free
dom, i, :' tr
At the time I left the carty at Pitts
burgh. . It wus decided that we shood
visit the Industrel Exposishen CTin
clnnati, the same at LooisvIIle.'tmd rer
turn thence auietlv and unostentashus-
ly by the way Uv Nashville, Memphis,
St. Loois, Indianapolis, Cleveland, and
then thro Pennsylvania. Our too r bein
one uvi observation uv Industry, we
proposed to go 'quietly, and "Without
reeard to ooTitikel- effect. Tho: creat
and eood Greelev is onnosed to candi
dates goin about seeking ovashuns, and
making speeches for votes, from nallis
cars, ez tne tyrant and despot Grant
does. -' -
Ez our route lay through tho Cross
turned out to see him at stashens, but
good heavens,' don J. the j, ancient inno
cent know that'a two-headed calf alluz
draws the biffzest 4crowds ? Men go
miles to see a monstrosity, when they
wouldn't go a rod to see a nandsome,
Appolio-like iman Uiko myself. I'm
sick and, weary of lijc, and wish X wnz
a man. , , r ; Pbtbolbum V Nasbv,
(Wich wuz Postmaster, and wants to
JUe agin.)-rT Toledo Made,
From tho New? York Herald.
A Stolen Check. '
jfroto a llisstng Chech Turned up Tlirce
...Yeariafler it teas StolenSuit on the
Check in the Supreme Court- Impor
J erdict to .Bankers, and Brokers.
A check lor $5,000. erold. . on January
r itilYl r """"S" "i '- uco pa 1865 was given by Matthew Mor
Boads, Ifelt It a dooty l owed the party on6the j&if Xeyv york,
peace umi ivwuuaiutoiiuuiwgu navable to their own order, and .fr
ahead and prepare the war. I hastened jthm oudoiua iu uuuk inorTiertnieq
10 axwisviiio ana irora mere bituck hv tho hnnlr. JOn tho 4th nr T?fhrnnrir
South. II rjotified the Dimocrisy -uv succeeding this check 1 was shown to be
every stashen.what to do, reservin the
vruss xvuaus lur my uwn iimiius.
I found my little flock in condishen
to do anything :I .wanted 'em. We
raked over the rooins uv the nigger
skool house wich 1 hed : bin burnt one
night, six weeks ago, and 'sodded the
nlacc over niielv. ' The cost oil' wich
we hed bin in ' the habit uv .'hanging
niggers, we sawed off, , and whitewash-
in the possession of the-firm of greyer
& ureve, Bankers and orOKers,- jno. 62
Exchange placer One of.their clerks on
that. , day. t was ? instructed to ' deliver
said check to the.. firm ot Bobinson &
Cox.. gold brokers, iij Wall street, and
while he i was going from Exchange
piace to wall street the same was sto-
Gainesville. S'la.:' - ! i
ifTnl S Pmmnnt. RnrHntondent -Of the
W C t Rntherfordton Railroad, ififauite ill
in Wilmington. , , K ',,,,,-
Dallas, Texas, is about to have a Jbrty
thousand d6llar hotel. Other improvements
are also progressing.
It is thone-ht that a lanm number of buil
dings will be erected in Fayetteville during
tne next six montns. ..; t . i
. An average of twelve car-loads of cotton
pass through Wilmington daily by rail for
A white sauirrer is 'on 'exhibition at the
Charlotte Fair. Ilia squirrelship;isj a native
ot Jteociangham county, .u i u khi
The Hon. Dudley M. Du Bose announces
himself as a candidate for congress in ae
Eighth Georgia District.
Mr T M B rower, of Mt Airy. Surry coun
ty, killed a' very large deer , on the 17th.
lie was as fat as if stall-fed. - '
The small-poxis said to be in Bristol,
Tenn. A. number of persons have lqft the
place in consequence of it. ,
fnl T7T T? TItfiTt riAcf tviocfoi of Wilminnp.
ton, purchased on' Friday fcii thb Valuable
teen fttrQa-ia thg tract. -;:ji3r "
Fourteen persons were added to the Meth
odist Church, at Statesville on Sunday last.
tno fruits or a revival in tnat place.
Eishtv-nine nersons have been adniitted
to the Edgecombe Poor House sirfce the 1st
of January, 1872. ' Of these 11 have died
The steamship Darien is now due at Sa
vannah with one hundred owedisu laborers.
engaged Dy the larmcrs oi iiiDD and adjoin
ing counties. ' ' " "
The construction of the GrifBh and iforth
Alabama railroad is progressing rapidly:
and cars will run across , the Chattahooche
river iA a few days.; , .M, ,, ?,t
Dry , goods business is more , prosperpu
book.. It discloses j secrets that, every .pne,
shpuld be acquainted with fstillit is a book
titat must be locked up and ndt let JIaabout
the house. ' It will be sent to any addross on
receipt 'of 550 ; cents Address Dr. WMi
YOUNG, 5 No. 41$ Spruce street;1 ati&vd
Fourth. PhiladelnMa: ' u.!
No matter what may be your disease, before
you place yourself.. -under the care, of any
one of the Q,TJAC native, and foreign-r
who advertise; in this -or; any other paper
get a: copy of Dr;jYoung's Book and jead it
carefully It will Tje. the4 means of isaving
you" many a dollar, your health; artd pos
siblyyour life. Dr. Young cairbe consul
ted on :any of the diseases described in;his
' Tli i . lit x 1 -1 rv tlt .
yuuLivnuuus uy mail or ai. uis oiuce, xo.
416 Spruce street, above Fourth, Philadel
phia. . , . iv : i; , 14-7w6m
,xnc greatest want oi the present age is
men and womejheaUhyand vigorous in
mind and body. , The continued headaches,
weaknesses, nervousness, and, yarying ail
ments .which: afflict women are geneiaUy
the result of imperfect action of tne sumSXi
and others vital organs. Dk ' WaIiKkb's
Qalifobnix; ? yiNEOAB B itteks, 1 u being
composed entirely of vegetable substances
indigenous to California,' may be taken with'
perfect safety by thp most delicate,' and are
a sure remedyj correcting all wrong action
and giving hew Igdr 'to'the Whole sVtem.
66 w&tri-w4w. : ' 1 'f " 1 ,-f "
I Urn v
No Corset has ever en
joy qd $.uch a. wprld-svide
popularity. t v 'i ; n '.
The demand, for them
is constantly, increasL
I- i; J-...-:
nit W Y.i
ROBERT HVCQWAN; President.1
!;4 xiTiff frli JOHN W.' ATKINSON, 'Tice', President.
ipniversdj&isfocfrtvh i. ttl' Cameron,',. " Socreiary, V V ;
ATOvIlanasome,! DR4ANDF41SQN; MeOicat Diretir
CLOVE FITTING CORSET. 'Every orie
being stamped with the name THUAir&Uiv:
and the trade-mar: a Crown." l t 1'5
iiSoId by all First 'Class. Sealers.
inn, ., ... .... i . . i . t; , i.i rr- i1 : .
Tt.'fc nnt. a rhvsio which inay irive.'.-tem-.
Sorary relief to the sufferer for the first few
oses, but'which,5 from continued use brings
Piles and kindred diseases to aid in weak
ening the invalid, nor is it a doctored liquor.
which.Xinder the popular name of " Bitters",
is so extensively palmed & on the public
asr sovereign .remedies, but it is almost
powerful Tonic ana ' alterative, pro-'
rifranced so bV the leadinlsr medical authori-.
ities Of London and Paris; and has been long
countries with Wonderful remedial Jresuts.
Dr. Wells' Extract ' of JariibcJa
retains all the medicinal yiriues peculiar io
; I B Granger. President of
F W Kefchijor, Grocei' ahd 'CornhiKsioii
Merchants 'li'ii '-M ;
OM fitedman, of Wright and Sledraan.
X H :MoKov.- of W A Whitehead k Co..
Fayetteville.. ; j.,fJ; Yl" . ".-k
K H Co wan President. ' ; ; .
' H B Ellers. Commission Merchant. , V
A A WillaroV, of Wlllard Brothers: ' r , 1
Y.W A Cummlng, Of Northrop & Cummin.'
j G-W. Willlams,of Williams AMurchisoji.'
Ell Murray, of E Murray & Co.- j . .
a jj (liGiiossett, ot .uoKossett; vo.
, Robpk.Ienning,efDawsqu, Tcelfc Hen
- ning. " . ' ,- - ,r ( ,, .
Alex, Sprunt, British Ylco-Cpnsul, , i.f
Spruntand'HInson.;,r " "ut f A
- P Murpbv, Attorney t Lar.v. n ' " '
.-J;JD. Williamsvof JD Williama fc
Fayetteville. i.f- .-'iliri- , ! s"- ;
, Jas CMcRae, Att'y.at Law, Favetteville,
' I B Kedy,' Merchant, Kenansvillo. . ;i , ; (
J T Pope; Merchant, Lumberton. . f , ,
. 1 i .v i ....,; w .... ) 'v- -:
ElSlw E81:?0 jtaf.eP aperma-B? tD0 :ConipanyV hlgherVlhan those on flu?;
puxivo -1 ' u, ,4 - t;- J Ftihds of Cbihpau
leu out of.the pocket of his; oivercoat.
eti it convertin it into a most . blabd, y stopped and notice of I the 'loss fully
and Ve uositivelv forbid anv uv our X"r""; Vr. L Fayetteville this Fall pan ever beiqre. - j
vi wV rl; -4f;.n,T 0. uu.uv,u . auvciwcuituv.m mo puimyi 'mere seems to be a Douutitni supply of ,
People 5?F offerm anj- -indignity to prints. No tidings of, tbe check being money in the country. ' - .h H
vTlf?; t,cVQ1n V;TioVw iiaa,pnanenaemnity,m)m JUeyerand Rev. Taylor Martin, of Granville has leas
the I'residenshal cavalcade nasscu thro. Jmvn 1.-; 'nr!; &. o r. ,i .i u. o.x i .
the Presidenshal cavalcade passed thro.
So much for the Cross Roads. Now
the pint wuz to get up' a proper concil
atory spectacle to greet the sage at Se
cession ville, onr-railroad stashen.4 ' I
hed the Oonfederit flags all taken down
and Union flags put in tho places. The
depot happened to be the place uv
meetinsr uv our Ku Klux, and I hed
Greve,'Messrs.:Mbrgan & Sons issued a
duplicate check, wWcKfwas certified
and paid by the bank. Ilri the month
of J nne.' 1868, more than three years &,f
ler me loss, tne stolen ieck was pre
sented on behalf of MrsTlXiduIsa S. No
lan, and payment being! refused ft suit
was brought to recover; the 1 amount.
The .case ' was tried yesterday: in the
the masks and Sich taken OUt and put Snnrpmn finnrf. rimiiif lnfnro .Tntro
in a safe place, so that ef we fail polit- jJeonard T ' i '
ikally they kin .bo got at imegitly agin, It appears from the evidence that tho
?ndA?uade ?icl1 ?ther changes. se- plaintiff in the Spring-of 18G3 was a
iected therselves to a muskeler intel- boarder atr the St. Charles Hotel, in
lect to put the place in shape for an lm- N Orleans.- where she - made the ac-
pressive scene when the rresidentiai dauintance of a Mri Allen, throua-h
party shood pass. I hed a tablo ar
ranged. I -hired four f niggers at $5
apiece, to stand on the' platform in an
attitood, with Issaker Gavitt, Kernel
McPelter, liascom, 'and Ueekin lr
gram clasped hand with em, while I
solemnly. ;waye4 the .Star. Spangled
Banner over em, smiling sweetly over
the peaceful condishun uv things.,...
The day arrived and the niggers and
our men were promptly on hand. The
toot Uv the engine wuz heard in the
cut above the stashen, and the tablo
wuz organized. It hed em inr a semi
circle, I standing jest behind em with
Melissy Pogram and - several uv our
young ladies just back: uv me on pench-
whom she made a loan to a 6tranger to
her on this gold, check; p collateral of
$ J,000. ' rThere waV rio;evidence f o show
that she had ' any . knowledge of. the
theft ofthe check, and It Ayas contended
by her counsel that under the decision
of Murrv vfc. Lnrdner: 2. Wallaw:-1 1 01
7 1 ?
and Welsh vs. Sage,47JNew York, 143,
tliat she was entitled, as a matter of
law.- to .a judgment for tho whole
amount of the check, it being claimed
that the certification i of, the check by
the bank gave a new, character. to .the
instrument and .made it equally nego
liable as a bank bill or coupon bond.
jin opposition to this view it was claim
ed oy dorencmnts' counsel tnat the cor-
tuiuii iiau no sucn uulvt, ana mat
; ' : New Advertisements.
WELLS CARBOLIC ; TABLETS
For COUGHS, COLDS & HOARSENESS,
.These Tablets present the Acid in Combi'
nonuiar torm. for the cure or ail TrlKOAT
and JjUiNU JDiseasea. llOAKSENJasa and
Ui.uu;KA.TiojN or tne tiikuat ara im
mediately relieved and statements are con
stantly being sent to the proprietor of relief
in cases or Throat aim cutties of years
etandimr. ' . l . .
Work is progressing rapidly, both' on the' I 171 7A iTTrTT IWT Pptft bedeceiv-
Texas Paclfilc and Trans-continental rail- f VXjl KJ JL -i-Vf ed by worthless.
roads. A large ' number of laborers haya
been sent along the line of each.
The Synod of Iforth Carolina is composed
of five irresbyterles : MecKienburg Jon
SPtates ville, and will open school on the first
Two young men,' Townsend and Force,
fought a duel at Atlanta, Georgia,; on Fri
day evening, with- shot guns. ! Townsend
was seriously, wounded.
the time which had elapsed from the
date of the check in I860 to April, 186S,
made it no longer negotiable and de
prived the plaintiff of all rights as a
bona fide holder. . Tne Uourt .sustained
the view of thedefendant-counsel and
directed a.verdict for thQ, defendants.
Queen of Clubs.
A .Child Frustrates a: Gambler1 's Scheme
' to' I Ilw;);; :?7i;. Mother
"CtubsV Him icith a Chair.: ; . 1
tetchin tablo. The train come in, and
ez it stopped, I "yelled, "Three cheers
for Horrid Greeley the great Vacifica,
4iWhat in thunder is this all about?"
sed the conductor.
Where is Greeley?" I demanded, a
cold sweat breaking out all over me.,
"He changed hiz mind and went to
Indianapolis" sed the conductor.
"Amt he aboard the train x" demand
ed Issaker.: ,
"Nor none of his party?"
"No ' '
"Take that, you black cuss,", sed Is
saker strikin his colored friend, with
whom he hed bin claspin hands a blow
wich would have felled a mule. "Take
that d n yoo.1 If Greeley aint a comin
things is precisely as they wuz." v
And Dekin Togram, seizen the flag
out uv my hands, knocked another uv
em over with the staff, and afore I eood
prevent It, them four unfortunit colored
men wuz pummeiea out uv all sem
blance to their natrer selves. Their
blood wuz. urf, and. X coodn't control
em. s Immegitly the okl Codfedrit flaer
wuz replaced, the Km Klux material
wus put back in its place, and Bascom
n!ht for th YZ'nl.X: in avenue and. commencing gamb-
rar: S. X",;r :: ling. So infatuated did ;ieming be-
day for the coz
( , From the Detroit Free Press. , .
A. man nearly 50 years old, named
Alexander. Deming, . living on LaCros3
6treet, and owning a. vacant, lot in. the
Sixth Ward : worth $l,500r got .on a
spree, and .fell into the hands of two
rascals. X)ne of them is a; young; man
named, Ividder, a machinist, and the
other a strahgerih th'e city but a friend
bf Kidder. WhenJDeming; started but
he had about $G0 with him, and his in:
tention'was to purchase a cow of a man
on - Woodward' avenueJ He 'was : met
by. Kidder, invited to drink, and then
the two sat down in, a .saloon on Mich-
cord, Orange,. ; Fayetteville, yilinington,
withoro than 14,000 Qommuncnts. ,fMj ;
Two hundred'nnd eleven Spanish Merino
sheep have lately ..been carried to Morgan
county, Georgia, by a gentleman who in
tends starting a stock and grazing farm. v
The-IiOu is ville exposition on a canital of
Y$ 154,000, has netted the directors the sum of
L'0,000-a profit of about thirteen1 per cent.'
This is the result of the first year's effort.1''
Our mineral resources areTaltracting the
.subjects of her British Majesty. .Itis .re
ported that the Xiientenant-Govenor of, Can-,
ada h'as been investing ill such property in
imitations. Get only Wells' Carbolic
Tablets. Price 25c per ' Box. . . Send for
Circular. ? , JOHN Q.-KELLOGG. ,. . , ,
18 Piatt St-N. Y.,
56 4w Sole Agent for th0 U. S.
I O K f MONTH easUy made with
ftpJM J Stencil and Key-Check Dies.
oecure circular anu oampies, jree.
5G-t4w i S. M. Spknceij, Brattle bo rof Vt
Call arid examine
or 12 Samples sent f postage free)
I for 50c. that retail quick for $10. -
50 iw , , . it. Xt. WULW1T,
'01 A'made fromSOc.
Is tliere want of ;action in your liiyer
ana spieen f , unless reiieyea ac once, wio
Mood becomes impure by deleterious secre
tions, producing serofulous or skin diseases,'
Blotches, Melons, 'Pustules, Canker, Pim
ples, &C., &Ck ra'if.- ' i'Xi,'--: -i,'
Taiie , Jiirubeba to cleanse, pumy ana
store vitiated . blood to healthy action. '(
ISave you a Dyspeptic Stomach 7 Un
less dierestion is nromotlv aided the svstem
if debilitated withi loss of vital force,, pov
erty of . the Blood, Dropsical iTendeiiiy,
General Veakness or jLassituda . J,r , j ;. ;
r JTako-it' io' assist .Dlestioniwithouf ;reac
tion.'it will' impart youthful vigor t6: the
weary-sufferer;- ; ri:-'':' ' -.M '
1 Hare you weakness of tfte Intestines )
Yjou are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or.
the dreadful Inflammation of the Bowels, s
! -Take ? it to allav irritation: and ward oil
tendency to 'inflammations.. . !: 4 V
llave you Weakness of the Uterine or
Urinary Orgrans"? 1 You must procure in
stant reiiei orjsjon are liable' to 'sunenng
wbrse than death. nut V1
Take it to strengthen organic iweaknesa or;
lite becomes a buraen. ,- 4 . , t ,1 r ;u f
Finally it should bo frequently taken:, to
keep the 'system in perfect health 'dr' "you
i otnerwise in' great ianger or malarial,
asmatic or contagious diseases.' i 4
JOHN Q. KELLOGG,-18 Piatt St.; N Yi; -
i ; Sole Agent lor the.uiuted States.
price, -One- Dollar per liottie.. ioenajtor
The large ; dwelling house of Capt.' James r ' 4 '
I. Kvans. nnar! Favpttnvillftu! and fhsfld i for i tioulars free.
storing! cotton,. was; burnett , last Saturday sipePrjend,. Chicago
with 8.000 pounds of feeed cotton. Loss
1 T J 1 V 1' V . '
$3,000. ' No insurance.
: ,Mr. George E.' M. "Wa
cftnntyAhas donated rt-
i3 : ilnllura
roiiege of.yn , t
Work at home
CasTt Tay '. Par-
'Address at once Our Pire-
f,.,-'. r 56 4w.
' a day to Agents', selling Campaign
J, Badges, tyr; Ladies and. Gents
;uutJL uon't Know that it wuzany
worse there than it wuz all i along the
route. We hed a half dozen uvNoo
York importers on! board the train, and
we dassent talk tariff in Pennsyl vany fpr
fear of offend! n themjthohe drove therrl
off the train before we got to Pittsburg
by n boos in their sfree trade ideas, and
holdin up the benefits uv protecshun to
em. Coming into Pittsburg, the Great
Pacificator wuz a reading uv the Con
venshun uv soljers .then in session iu
that city, and the'resoloosliensi thev
rsrexl. tq&upport Orant, and.hfthfi.
come enraged and . consekently mud
dled. In.Snat f rxndl3hen he got off a
porshen uv a speech wich he he hed
prepared to yoose In Kentucky, aboosin
thesoljery and sich. In CincinnattL
ne aemea wat ne sea m I'lttsburg
which wood heV bin well ef "It wusrpl
for the cussed telegraph and the short
hand reporters, j on whose . heads rest
cusses. . In Looisville be busted the en
tiro North, and . JerTersonville he went
bacK on xiis anti-slavery noshens,1 wich
is wat we took him, up for; and in Easr
ton; 1'a., ne naa the internal indiscre-
shun to go back on his protecshun idees
without wich) we aro- helpless in Penn
sylvany. , ' j .v. ni c:-nf. ."t.'.h
To sum Up the results Tfv the toor in
form (l am notmn ir not aright! 'We
stand about ez follows i on .v uuht
1.. Talkin protecshun to the.freo tra
ders, he hez driven them off. ! t. n'i
Talkin publicly, ;free trade to the
protecshunists, he hez driven them off.
3. Talkin : aboose to- th6 solfers at
Pittsburg 'he hez driven, them off. : 4 ,
4. Talkin about the possibility uv his
anti-slavery ide 8 bein a mistake- at
Jefferson ville to abolitionists, he hez
driven them ooV:A r if r . j
5. Not beirr a practiced drinker his-3
self amoung; the" cOnvivIalists,' he hezv
6. nevln'me with him and shovln
my hose in the face uv-thelemrjerance
people, he her driven. them off. Uvi
In short, all ho hez left is mv OekooP
yer friends In the ' South, ' and the old
come that he did not return home but
once in four days?-and i abused any of
his.friends. who, , soughf 1 to., persuade
him. ladder won his money, watch,
and then two notes of. hatid of $13 and
S27 each. ; f
iWhen Demlng had - nothing more to
put-up he gave his own note 6f hand
lor $20, and lost that. : (This was Saturt
day nooh One of the men got a blank
deed,- filled it --with a -description of
Deming reai, estate, and then rfilled
hiril'up With liquor," lent him $100, and
offered td play him for ' the property
they4 to 'run the chances Of .the wife
Tlgningit. The man accepted. the offer
ana Deiore -oarK naa 'lost the . money
and the deed; Theh; ;while; the stran
ger lent him money ltd keep him play-
inrf 1 fl rl nr iron f 4-r Hnrn i - r'a hnncn
M.A.A AUUVA VV 11V iV AVUIlUi; J ,
and presented :thc paper for the wife'
uj aign.r - one is not ame to reau, ana
he told her that it' was 'her husband's
life insurance policy and that she must
sign it, or she could never get the mon
ey in case of his death, j f She wras about
to sign, when. one of the schfldren read
the words., 'Warranty aJced" aloud,
and she caught the idea of vhat the
rascal Was about;.' She' seized' 'a chair,
and in a moment- tibeltedtL-tho. scoun
drel out doors. 1 Not content with this,,
she followed him two-blocksV clubbing
him at'eyery jdra'p, and then1 got tVvo
oi ner neignoors to- Dringi ner n us Dana
homeu The two men started for an of
ficer, to have Kidder arrested, when' he
handed -over the watch' and Airreedto
refund the money, but! ran, away Sat-
uruuy iijgui. wJtiuoufebO,uoiug.
create and endow vhat.sLall ue called the
Walton Greek Library.
The company of TJ. troops, commanded
by Capt. Howe, and stationed at " Charlotte
for 'several months, havo been ordered- to
California. , Col. Hart's company now sta
tioned at Lincolnton .will supply the place
of Howe s company.
A mortgage on the Wilmington, Charlotte
fc Rutherford iCailroad amounting to a
..million-t&t dollars,- was probated f in Wil
mington on Monday- last. The law requir
ingstampsoii such instruments having been
repealed, one. tnonsana aonars was saved.
A little negro living on the land of Mr; Zl
A.-Harris, -in Chimney Rock -Township,1
Rutherford county, was gathering cheshuts
at a distance of forty . feet irom the ground.
Sequel : Broken arm, dislocated elbow, in
ternal injuries., ? So much for Sunday twork.
The docket of the 'United States Court.-
now in session at statesvnie, is ns 1 follows :
Circuit Criminal Docket, 101? District Crim
inal Docket, 73 j District Conrti Libel 3 :
Circuit CourtLibel 3. ' Circuit Court, civil
13; Circuit Court, equity, 4. ! District Court,
6; To tar number of cases, 2U3. 1 j i:
Judgo J'. P.TMontamal of Xew' Orleans-
made on assanlt last Tuesday on Mr. J.
Donnelly, a delegate to the late liberal con
vention of that city, for j' going- back'! oil
him when his name was presented as a can
didate. lie struck at Donnelly with a cane,
but. missing him, was shot by the latter.
and the wound is thought to be mortal.''
William Howell Da vfsl'son of ex -Presi
dent Jelferson Davis, died at the family res
idence, in. Memphis, on , Wednesday last. r
The vouth was. it is said, a boy of fiuo prom
ise and many noble traits of character. " He
was only eleven years of 'ago tit the time' 6f
his death, but: having had a strong native
mind and .unusual advantages, he evinced
unusual mental development for,, one sq
young:-' r ' . ;'; : ;
The' returns from the vote on" the pro-
posed constitutional amendment in South
Carolina show that it has probably: -been
adopted. The amendment-wovides that
the General Assembly is forbidden to create
any further debt or'obllgdttdn, either Tijy' the"
loan of tlie credit of the State, by guaranty,
endorsement. for otherwise,' except fox the:
Ordinary and current business or the State.
breast and scarf
S6V4W. McKays Co., 93 Cedr St., N. Y.
. uoit ace c;iseisi.i:y ' ana family.
,An':eIegant Engraving, perfect li&enesses
i2x28 in. Bent by mail 1. Also, Campaign
Goods; 1 silk Grant Badge and 1 plated 25c
Sample latest styles, fWedding cards, Notes,
182 Broadway,- M7 Y.'
Ti . ; rF; 4 i iTpii ! T7 A prospectus of the
'-MJ ;jl. . jl.. jl. .reopie.'s standard
to Bi Die. 550 liiustra
tions. ' will bo sent
free i to . :all book
, Send name and address to . .
""" Z1EGLER fe McCURDY,
581' Arch StreetPhiladelphia; Pa
; 1 i i r-, . .
fcTjsirciiqaiANci:, or soul, ciiaki-
j L lG." , How either sex may fascinate
and gam me io ve and anections or any per
son' they s choose - instantly. .-This' simple
mental requirement all can possess, jxee, by
man. lor zoc. togetner witn a raarriace suide.
ES3TPtiart Oracle,' Dreams, Hints to Ladies,"
Kc,' A queer, exciting toook.i 100,000 sold.
Address. T. WILLIAM. & CO.. Pubs..
rrrt A t- '' :"'! - 'TtiiJi'.Yi.j:
OU 'W , -t j .. . . .
TO, TUB WORKING CLASS, male or
.female. 660 a week guaranteed." Re-
sdoc table emnlovment at home, dav or even
ing ; no capital required i'-full Instfuctlons
and valuable package Of goods to start with
sent free uy mail.' . Address, "With G eens re-i
turn stamp . , 4 i M. YOUNG & CO., . ,
5G 4w' 16 CoTlrtlandt St.; New York. :
i ii t i.i ; l . ..I Ui , i.; . .
DUTY OFF TEAS
EXTRA ; IMDUCEMEFJTS FOR CLUBS !
41 SEND", ffOR Nfew CLUB CIRCULAR I
Which-"eotofns"- fnll'4e'planation of Pre
ii i miums, fec.
THE WAY TO OBTAIN OUR GOODS J
. Pjersonski living at a distance from-New
York, can, club 4 together, and , get them ,at
the same price as we sell them at our Ware-
horfses in New York.' In order to get trp
club, let ' each person wishing to join ' say
how. much .Tea he,vants, and select the kind
and price from our Prico List, a published
in our" circulars.1 ' Writethe ,i;amel " JJnds
andmpuiitSTjlaiMy btfalistahd 'wheti the
w ii im ii i Li u x n l. b uiriiu lliii la in & - htm t lu x i A.m . .
people of the-State 'at a gef.Vral lecHpnH a:amm.pPJ and
x , - . fc - ' 1 -t' will TMlf A4Ah To vf Tr'c rnrtl S in QaTirora
, n get ).o. , 56 4v."
1 Tsri:'AiX!2Rs :iPATEi,:: h:-
:lSlChathani Square, V.; J) E TO H'CH
J iSPECLll EATUEE t k , i 1 ,
-1st. -Nd restdetiorion Residence or Travol.
(&.-, No extra cbttrgB on the live ofPemal.'.
, 3., Policies. Incontestable after, JFJve Yeurs.4
4.. The Rates of JLnterest on tho,undB of.
lies located in other Stated.
thna 5 insuring larger? Dividends to ' Policy
Holders. vjw Vi ' nv. , r. -,i
5The Directdrs and Officers bf the Com
pany are prominent NORTH; CAROLI
NIANS, who are KNOWN toi.be men ot
INTEGRITY and" WORTH?
s -6iThe Corhpariylsfesfeiblishedfbrk V sftld
and pemapent asis steps havirig ' beei i
taken 16 increase the 1 , j ' -
i: "All the, fctds ; otiie com- ;
PANY ARE INVESTED INTIIIS STATK .
AND CIRCULATED AMONG OUR OWN .
PEOPLE. t'Thi fact shonld1 commend tho.
Company, above, all .others., to North CAriV
linians. ; It is .well known, that hundreds t.'
thousands of dollars in. , Lifq Premiums ar :
annually sent orth . to . enrich, Northern t
.Capitalists, thUs .cphtihviaJJy .draining our ",
people oi immense amopnis vnicn siiuuui
be kept at h6me. On this grotlhd the friends '
of this. Company confidently appeal to every 1
son of the Old North-. Stat', and : ask. thei ri J
snpppx fqr this neb itu il o ' 1 ni rf ii - i
wMch. y-hile it ofTera, substantially all the ,
advantagos-of Northern. Companies, helps,..
AGENTS WAifTED iii' ever'connty.'in. f
the Statei.'with tvhomthe most llporal terma ,
s ..-4,. uripping auu uouing tne cxoKn
' " 6347 tng, and,is perfectly" (Safti in
: " Siii handliEGr: B v blowing ' thro'
I roiKMrfotnt! i , r-- 7i
for the CAMJPAIGN bf 1873,
is a striking novelty in the
'-tdrch lme. The burning finid
j being, contained in the paek-
wilT TA-tnflf1e.-' Anrilvto
V - i' -JAMES DjiB ROOKS!
General Supervising Agent,' . ! : '
ni ; .' i pr, THEO.'H HILL, h
I. Raleigh, N,t
l !' r
of f Hill')'
i apr:24.wCrn., (.,
a tube in the-handle
A T COIAJZlTf : OF
air, producing a beautiful
startling effect, and illnmina-.
ting a wide area. This Terch
is cheaper and handier than
my other, costs to burn only
two or three cents per night.'
Manuiaetured and sold by S. M. AlKMAN
jfc CO. , 261 Pearl Street,' New- York. i'. i t ' '
Manufacturers j of Ship, R R; and. Hand
Lanterns. ...-,,-:. ltAli-J&4-W
SWAMP LANDS :;F0R SALE !
HE' FOLLOWING SWAMP LANDS
I in North Carolina are offered for sale :'
' Big Swamp in Robeson, 14,000 acres
: White 1 and Brown Marsh in Colttmiis
ahd Bladen, 24,000 aeres : .. r f .7 . M ' .h; -A
' Holly ? Shelter; in . New Hanover, .58,240
acrs; .. ?, , ..,. ; -:;i-
Angola Bay on New Hanover and,l)upliIl,, ,
' White Oak in Jones and 'Onslov,'feo,000
acrtis, subject to the right Of the Planters
tober, 1872,'taken todt Letters OfrAdminis- t
iration on the estate of- ?A' - J. Davis, decc
ed; ot .waise county, ucreoy notines all;por
sons haying-; clailgbagainst . said fostalni
theiiOth of October, 173, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar bT their collection. Those
indebted to said TStatowiirpleaso call ami .
i Further, gvotlce
I shall sell" at Dublin -auction. foV'Tnah! !kt
the late residence iofrthe sa, Ai J.iDaviri.
on: Wednesday, th0 2Qtb of Novenper 1872
Aljoat 100 barrels of corn, if fnj is i ti
' r if!"i;ir225t bushed fof.wliea(vi n-
IU A .1 .1 f m J J . rt' ' m -
j?iiuciv uuu iwuet irom.'xou arrcisoi.! f
born, - some. (40 ior 50 bushed pt oatsrlargn -
qmmtitypf wheat jstrawuia qpantitr jf ooty, i
tod' sweet ,p6tatpes o,; A t.w.o.'.lino,
rnule a two-horse1 wagirl.'one'Ox? caj, oiro ;,
pne-horso wagon, to" bxenV:Hine J6r tn,,J
head tof-Lcattle'incIttding'i beevgs; iriileh
cows yearlings, (toJuiii- i; -r. t, Uiv
I A lot of sheep, ,19 or;20. hogd including 9
fattening hog$, shoftte Ac.f , ri.f iU,
ion of the i JtaUroad rSIG! fitfS L
wamp;,n J r' f- fiithro- ihcludfnfj- ll.KMfa vHi.hA.iafLi. i
Prano in Carferet, 87)0, 2 Bhot. ana rfflfrf l
f;7owieraruc4e io toaiojus tto .mentwnMi'hflf T
eaip.to begm at IOa'.cIocIc, i'Uidj JJOthr;,,
until all the property is sold;' H Ti" "
i .tfhU to"lnVdayoVryct6bil.4H.',' 'V 1
!SJ-w6y ; V: TGUNTEJJ,' A'dtnlilsY'rf '
Railroad .Company; to alternate iseetioris
thftrfiof unon ' om nlflf;
tnraugu tne said
uover awamp m craven, yo.ouo acres ;
Csit Fish' in Craven, 8,320 acresr'ii'" ' w
B4y River in Beaufort and Craven,' 4i'OO0
acres;! i. ; tf;nivO'f ?i
SiWamp Land in Dare county,,-- jDurants
tsladr80d0 Acrfss.-, .fs3i,,.,;f Mli e! ,f'J
or nioref of tho above named Swamps, until QTATE OF JNORTHCAROLINAf n ' "
tboaGth 'day of ' Decern bor'riext:' The ? lattd K?,-tiirJ' NptmtAAtPtOKtCQXJttinri ' '
will riot be sold in small parcels: " WmnJ4B'raklevJ asAdmVtiUVAirVt!.Ut,i-
; A letteroantainingaibid'shouldt-be'ad- JirjrWr? tSTOTMiPCV-)
dressed to the,undersigned.and endorsed. I ,itW?yt,rWc9WS i ,.r,-
1 TTn;., T .r t,.t. ixr. i i -ix - . .
ih ants To make. Real. Estate AsseG.: n.i kit
1 1 Atoactidii havihg ieen commenced ;&i 'kf J 1
suihindnft i iasuedi therein" atiiihet thA liritii 1 '
at Jawiflf Johr JWiBradleyde6eiiaed,ir-' 1
tVT filtl'O TY1 TV T .o rJ
sv '!- aLkxjmcIvek;!
Board of Education., ri
' f" RaleighrNc:!
W. TJ ADAMS. 5. .j,,''., 2 X, B. AD A JSH ac 1W:DX, IQnq0W
W: T. ADAMS & S0n1 W8' p?rlofflWjW
..-..Lrjn-r,-.' i.i -o"nampjon counj
,TLe ,fuil official .fiedred ;ofthn:late
election ia Pennsylvania aro now.Jritri
The. total vote. amounted fc C71,2qlof
jority for Hartranrt of 5o,515.: In 1BG9
iL A A 1 . A - 1 LJ -4 'I - - .
mq loiai voio ior uovtrnor in jrennsyi-
vania w as 95,103 less than that jnst cast.
In j 1SG8: the Vote in' the Presidential
clectioivwas 6-5,CG2,' or ohiy 15,589 less
tharii.Hartranft's. .vole; -Gen; Grant's
mnloritv in Xoveinber wilLundouhtfifl-
t i , . '. . . i . . . . - .
uuu Miiuucn vppcrneaas m tne jNortJu1 Jy Tun as mgn as w.uoo or w.wih
and unless ttro-thirds of the htialified voters,
of the State voting on the question' shall be;
in favor of further debt, guaranty, endorse
ment or; loan of its . credit,' none ' shall be'
created or made. ' 1 1 ; ! l " - h
- A sad instance of suicide has just occur
red in N6w Orleans, -which illustrates the
fact that : it requires more couracre to live
than to die : " Mr. Wm. Stevenson, 'a noor.
1 I 1-5 . '
naru-worK-ms anunonest mansaved irom
his hard earnings a sufficient fund to pur
chase a , mule nd cart, with -"Which he -Jiad
succeeded in supportinz hia larare family ;
Upon going f o the stable one morning he
found that his mule was dead. "His hope of
supporting his-ifeand little ones -was gone",
and, overwhelmed, by a- losa from which he
could not recover in his old asre. after tak
ing a tender .leave of his faniilv he went
out, ostensibly to work", but ; never returned
home again.- His body wa Yound4 In the
river. . : t" ,.Imk v id i, hv-' lf Umiiii l.p
, I Singrular. The BaUlebora, 43vcnteffb
lowing the ex&mvlex)LThe Wilmingtoii Star
-relates tho. following a---! i-Oi? ir ytilrr
Mr. Robert D. Johnston, of Jovnel-'s town
ghip, discovered thatl3Txsti"ddenlv fail-
1 e4 to giye, any thing, Jike the, usual supply pf
I milk that she had been affording, and going,
uuu earner man usual one morning IO SCO II
lio could learn ' what TTaa-thAmatter. -he
found the powjying down, but being arous-1
cu. dv uis nresence. in ereuine- im siio t h row
a pig out irom qeiween ner.iegs. xne guilty
we will r lit each mrtv's coodi in senarato
packages-, and J mark the name upon them,f
witn tne cost, so there need be no conrasion
in distribution-each party getting exactly
.wnat,-Jie orders, and, na jnprte., Xhelunds
to; paV for goods ordered can be sent by
drafts' on ' New 'York, Post-Office 1 moneyT
oxuers, 1 or oy,' express. i Or, ,we wiu U aer
sired, send the goodsi:fbytxpre,s3A!foij
iect'on delivery." ; ; ' -
31 & 33 , "VESl SXJBEET, ... 4w
P. Cf: Box 5013;
a i i
,iV 'liKtlnBE thrui iiU-M .A
' i r icmio -rTnniTT7'Tc!
FOB SAtE BY
youngster s(iuealed' tend reared' up'ln the
yain effort to reach the . cow's tea ts.-'j There
was no milk again that mornhrgr Tho holes
arprind the stall through .which the pig.
could reach 1 the cow" were, stopped and the
usual supply of milk has been obtained 'at
each milking since, this was done m:u ?.
X! B. rRUSSELLi General sren
C6ricr ot tvllniirt gtoii' and) David $tsJ, ,
VT attentive servaiitej knxl a'Table supplied
witlthd Best the Market afford.! Ja
R4T.1&-03 Ba-&i?tPer. day, ;.? V
i.?f !- jfB. BRYANT, Proprietbri
i Ociwbcr 10. 1872 &f? fil-tri-w&wlm.: t
Manufacturers and Dealers' in -t'
1 K' of December.; Al D.. 1871' In 'which Itli-".
a ixi. n, .jbf 1 piainnu'HSKS'nuunty.nseii uuviana 011
. . , i auijcarinir lu.ina satisiacnon or tnft t:nnrr.-
; ' V : v
s v Wev iii-": ;s1l-:4 are non-residents;, it iocdoedv by the Court JV
I CIV CIIAAflCDlTTa UtAA Ef 4r rl'tlj IVT4Mv7Mt. 7.'.... '
tmt tee aeicnoanw; xiiififtotn, iiaoro. :. J- k
515' f Ifjfooi-e, jN ancy Morgan, Benjamin Morgan,
i.' J Fi doorge E. Bradley fetxl Zebidee"Bradlev. I
Plows Harrows, Cultivator si lloist in tt
All worlr n oq l-or and rTTkmTf'tr ATsnntiut'
w iTie ;senioF teartnW has had vfe-2a vearS ''if Superior Court Northampton eodntV.'4-;
fTI? 6 -.ictrrM jftotilcl -denaniiol th complainti or peUti6ri.''ih'jItll 1
.action ,nled ox Jiwgmn,wiU:ue;3-cnQert(
againsteni, fMit J It-nl avfl
C Witness N. R. Odom, Clerk of theSai l
experience in the' bnslreBS,: and feels justified l&rntrrul
in saying thathe' cah giv entire satisfaction; " 1
WvANTEDioo.0OQ.T6unds old. Cast Iron.:
iorwmcn the mgheqt jnarkep pricetrill-be
paldi in, cash .or exchange fefr ,work. ? .
;" ; ' .... . ..,1 ' " h a. 't.1 ; t ," -1 ft ,
:v .A .7 ' -- ;
District Court of-tbeVnited States, for the !
lathe raatter of p. S. Wilkerson, oruran-,
1.tille:feountyj1N'fCt, a pankrupt.1' i' '1 " '
mNoticb Is liererBveriV'That af'Pelitioj VJ
has-been f5Jed !' said Court, by D. 8. Wl!k-'
mrr . In:, ftdlil . Ttcf4f if . .. 4. 1 w . 9 ...... .
ir Bankrupt under the Act .of, Congre8,pCSi4,
ctl Mar9h 2,lS67, for ajdischargeand'eertineato
tnereor irom aii nis aeDis aoa oiner claims " r
provable under, said'. Act, and' that the" 71 hi '-
at the, office of A, W. Shaffer, Register in ...
Uankmptcy, In" Raleigh,; N.'C.,"l3 assigned t'
. .'f ll!ift
Cnnt tO. 1R7A if iViTTiI 1 11 W6Hlt
lor hearing of the feime, -when' and 'where ""'k
all creditors: wh, liure proredi their debts'.
andj.otherrjrfln interest may attenanJ' -and
sho w pause, i any they have,' why the -prater
bf the Said petitioner should riot bts
granted.' -'And thatthe third Weetirigiwiii- m
be held a.the same time apd, place. ; n?, t. ,.s
daypf October AD 1872.T ,T ,. v. .... .
Si? ClIAULt7lIBB ARD: Clei-k. '