KOCKIXGIIAM COUNTY. Dan Valley Echo, denv A merchant said the other day that notwithstanding so much tobacco was uftrt'd on the market every day the amount of money in circulation did not seem to increase. If -he -he Avould natch wagon after wagon load up with flour and meaV at I). F. Ivie's, he could readily see why the volume of money in circulation is not increased, It goes north for flour,' meal and meat. We are sorry to learn that Mr. E. P. Mt'ador, a good democrat, an honest , upright, 'and intelligent gentleman has boen superseded as Magistrate, and Jao. (1. Mitchell, Esft., of AVentworth tppointed in his stead. While Mr. Mitchell is a republican, he is a gentleman. gentleman. We have not heard of any other : apppointment save that Mr. Robert j Webster is a Magistrate in Madison township. There is a man in Madison that has refused 125 for a setter. Are both men sane are not? We hay e a good many setters about Madison. If the holes n their breeches were in their knees instead of higher ' up we might hope for better times in every sense of (he word. We also have many pointers in Madison. All seem to point toward Stokesdale. We hope there is game in that direction, but it seems like hoping against hope. Mrs. Sarah E. Gallaway, relict of Mr. liawley Gallaway, and mother of Sheriff A. H.Gallrtway, died at the batter's batter's residence in Reidsville, last Saturday Saturday morning at half past 2 o'clock, of pneumonia. Webster's Weekly says: The gubernatorial gubernatorial bee is already humming. It is has alighted on the bonnets of Messrs. Holt, Alexander, Webster and others. In the; case of Mr. Webster this may be taken as a positive announcement announcement of his candidacy, since it appears in Mr. Webster's own paper. And we have no dbubt Mr. Bo.Ha will vote for Mr. Webster with pleasure. One good - turn deserves another. Sews-Observer. Sews-Observer. Sews-Observer. From pride, vainglory and hypocrisy; hypocrisy; from the crafts and assaults of the devil; Good Lord, deliver us.