Through Passage to New York.
The Charlotte (N. C.)
Bulletin, of Tuesday, has the following:
George W. Boulware
, from Buckingham county, Va.
, but recently of Fairfield
District, South Carolina, arrived in this city yesterday afternoon over the Charlotte
&S. C. Railroad, and was sent forward last night by Express, consigned to Horace Greeley
, of the New York Tribune.
The said Boulware
was shipped from Winnsboro
', in the neighborhood of which place he had been engaged in illicit traffic with negroes, and had been guilty of violent incendiary language.
He had been striped 150 times, shaved and passage money furnished for his transit northward.
About one hundred or more of our fellow citizens took charge of Boulware
on his arrival and turned him over to our Marshal
, who placed him in the "lock-up" for safe- keeping until the departure of the Express
train.--Everything passed off quietly.