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WILSON, N. C., FRIDAY. - NQVEMBRE 5. 1880
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l I" i- iiiiiii'Mh itc miIi. is i!i,-.'is 'd of mi ih,. :
iirst faviaii!" mark, t and t ! o ju ; i i-ds j
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.:-, i i -l ! a' 'rl.ti'tli t'l t!.f i i t ( i , Sfliinij
.II. ) Vi i ir.'lili !" ciC.n-lnili'lils.
( '.fun i!j Ti' and I w'n al low- J
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''i'a" to jiatrons
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Main St.. Head Market
( l!"i-r- iiis
iii'iri' stock ,it hara ns,
!!' (Mc io id watches
Of, u -1 1 1 : v, iod:
Solid r..,', v,.; ,,r j,
F'n.c c-H idatnf.
. don', 1 ca-c -i",.". oo.
dry for Mi-.-.-s. $-,.,.:.)
fur lali.s c: to . in.
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la ut i ain ollrriii ' a! mv ni-w
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V-.tliiUj and iln.ujeuicrA iliayx
a'trais (;i haul,
en:; raw . Uvv
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!;y repaired and war
1 vo:i- orders to mo and thiy will b:
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A. C. FKFFAIAN.
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Wootten & St:;vens.
FURNITURE DEALERS AiND
Wilson, N. C
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Orders prompUv attended to at short
f'hp IVikon AH3nPQ no Particular result, however. except
VtfMMJII MUVanCQ.Uhr.t II,Hd acquire 1 a breath like a
X"U EMHKII .", f
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j;v r: v.i: d. 1':i::x;k .
A ! ; 1 wallifd tin: ocean .strand,
A jic -.rly !ndl was in my h in 1;
I sto:.;n-d and wroN- h;m;i the .sand
My i.aTiio, the y -ar and day.
As onward from tin- ) it I ju'.cd
()!;'! i arfriii hok ticliii.d I cast
A wave :.me roiiinj; liiii an 1 f.st,
And washed my lirn-s away.
And Jii 'tlio'ilit 'tw?!l rjnieklr be
W "it'n cvi ry mark on e arth fYo.a mo!
A wa i f daik oblivion's s--a
Will s?.vrp i-rotht: plav
Wh if I havf trod the sunny shore
Of lini ', and '. j lo me no mo;-, ;
Of mi', my da', ths name I bore,
To leave to tiv.ek or trace.
Aid y. t vfith Hhn who Counts tli.; sands ,
And ho! -.U the wa'iT in His hands,
I know a listing record stand
Iii-.-rihcd aiir.st :ny i:am'.
:f a 1 this nurtal in ha; wrought,
Of all t iii - tli nki.i so d t! ut,
: ' a th-.'.-o i! f!i"r m ;ne:it4 caught
For lilory or l.r tdiame.
CURING A COLD.
L V MAKK TV.'.V'.
The first time I began to snenz", a
friend tol l me to go and bathe my
feet in hot water and go to bed. did
so. Shortly after another friend told
me to get up and take a cold shower
bath. 1 did that also. Within the
hour, another friend assured me that
it was policy to teed a col I and starve
a Aver. I had both. So I thmight it
' cet to fid myself up for the cold, ami
let the fever starve awhile. In a case
of this kind I seldom do tilings by
alve-j ; late pretty hearty. 1 confer
red my custom upon a stranger, who
had jut opened his restaurant on
' lor'. laudl street. ncnT the hotel, that
morning, paying for a full meid. lie
war ed 'o-.- r mo in respectful silence
until I had finished feeding my cold,
when he inquired if the people about
Xov York were much alllieted vvith
colds. I told him I thought they
were. He then went out and took i:i
1 started up towards the office, and
on the wuy encountered another bosom
iio told me that a quart ol
water would come as near
.1 as anything in the world,
j.ighi I had room for it, but
u ativhow. The result was
,-..ig. 1 believe I threw up my
:oo. ,i u! vml. Now, as I give my ex
periestee ouiv for the benefit of th-sc
u re troiih-leil v. itd
1 feel that they wib !
in u .e 11! I t. .
ee the iToiuictv cf my cautioning '
:hem ;.gainl following such portion
of it as proved insufficient with m i
s a J
i and acting upon th's conviction I warn j tV,A at l vig, distrmt intervals, tie.- hap-
them against warm salt water I-ipines of her s e;;v, yet ' h is bee.i
may be a goo 1 enough remedy, butt j to mo m'-re- !k.u a mother. She has
1 1 Mi'-rd it is rather too severe. If I j , . ;i spiiit bom above watching over
I had, another cold in the head, and there 1 ,,.e for g'-.d, and contributing, by mere
' was uo iourse left me but to tkc j consciousness of i.er e-xi-tence, to t::e
e ither an eariliTJike or a ip.a . t f sal' : comfort cf my ld'e. That cons.;:ous-
water. 1 would take my chances on !lv. has g-me, aid w'thont her the
the. earthquake. After this ever) b dy I wor'i 1 feels to :. e like a s -bui
in the hotel became interested, and 1 j when Pre si 'e t NjU, of Union b '.
took all sorbs of remedies hot Icunn- j lege, was more than ninety years, ami
: ade, cold lemjnvte, pepper tea. bone hid been f.r half a century College
?et. stowed q laker. hoarhvU.id syrup, .
and bat sugar, lemons and
brown sugar, vinegar and laud irunn j
h.e bottles cf fir balsam, eiglit botile
of cherry pectoral, and ten bottles cf
Undo sam's remedy, but all wit'nout
eiTeet. One of the pres'-riptious given
by an old lady was we!', it was dread
ful. She mixed a drcociion composed
of !.o-.hi.-.., catnip, pepperxint, ri qua
furti. lurpeu'.ine, kerosene ami various
other drugs and i is'.rncted :ne to take
a v r egbsi full of it every f:fiec:i mi l-,
utes. I never took but one doce, th-at
was r ;o. I had to take to my '
bed, ai d remai i there L-t two entire
days. When I felt a little better
mere things were recommended. 1
was desperate and willing to take any
thing. Fhi'm gin was recommended.
then e-;n and mo.as;( , tuen gm aiul
onions. I took all three. I detected
my Loirdir place. At this new .!.tce
; they ;!"jc?e a ;i:Trre!it reu.c iv to
any yet tried. A sheet bath was' re-
I , , t , ,
cj.nt:if nded. I uad i ever n tused a
j remedy yc-t, thoreSre I deterumed to
tftKca heet bu.lj, thou.-h I h;id
lva wuat orto;" arraniemcit it was.
It. was robni'ii'.rp ! oo'.,:,,'
: tne weather 'at;s very frosty. Mv
I back a.j.'t brcait were stripped and a
sheet 'thee appeared b.a t'..ou-.-.Ji.l
j yards ;t; soaked in ice water was
' w und around me r.nt 1 i resem'uleii
i s-.ab for a co'um!:ad. It is s: cruel
'expedient. When lh3 chid rag touch-
j es one's warm tiesh it makes him start
s..i...eu viok'iicc and ga;p f.r
eat.i just r.s men do iu the deatii
I s - .
It'".-,-.- t! .. ;
t v. Ill UI JH ill !.
d stopped the Leatiiii! ol'mv
heart. I thought my time hal come
When I roeoercd from tins a frierd
recommended the upplicalion of a
mustard plaster to my b;ca-t. I be-
Feve that v.oul 1 have ctned me efTec-
ItiUKey buzzard, and had to c!
t't.tlly if it had not for y, 1 h a m.iiden's hie. and never u she affair of mine below:"
Clements. When I went to bed I put j lovelier. j "O'i yes." said wo ; 'Hhat little
the mustard duster where I conld i Kut why stop at twenty-six? Hhat ; escapade on Kearney htreet, Tiiglit be
reac h it when I should be ready for it. fairer women are to ba found than tl o.-e j f ire last? Yes, we've ot a!'. t"i par
ibit Young Cl?;ne:it-5 got hungry in t!ie between twenty-six and thirty, and ; 1 1 :.!ar.-j
night, and ate i up. i never bjv any even oiler? If well atil cheerful they j ' '' . ' ' not s-) lou , pensr' said
child have such an appetite. 1 am ! are then in their prime, nud il they die, "of course you are going to say
confident that he would have eaten me care to do so nmy capture hearts which not. o. in the taper about it."
if I had been h -aiti
THE TRUE M0THE3.
nr-v.,1 r-. li r, r- , r-.,.-f, r,l I t !
n ,.v. , li ;iu.i wa .j .1.
good son, nor does h:s love for her. -
loe.r reiatious to eacn otlir are not
c.angeu o n.e passing years. &tie is ,
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to the last his mother, and what ever j ta,.it uy longer contact with the
he i toothers, to her he i her boy. ! v;ol,i whiJ- still they may not be
iiiography is lich with illustrations of;averse to falling in lovo. It i not he
this truth, ultlioiiirh the man who-'e .
m . 1 1 s " r is .still spare I t hi;s need not
beyond his own (xpereuce to recog-,
nie its force. Here, for an example, j
is grnlt old lr. Johnson, bearish and
orish in many things. When lie is
fifty years old, and his mother is nine
ty, he vi res to her in teuderues ;
You have been the heit muthe-, and I
beiievc.the best wo nan in the world. I
thank you for your indulgence to me.
a iid beg forgiveness of all that 1 have
lone ill, and of all that- have omitted
to do well." How many men there
are whom the wodd little think of
as chil l like, who could make these
words tluir o.vn. an I set their hands
to them with Johnson's closing assur
ance, "I am, dear, mother, your duti
ful son." And the 'ion hearted Luther
M.'.rv r...fr,,3 linflfir omiIhiI r tdoirolfir I
, tion, and when at an entertainment, he
defiance at spiritual oppressors than;. , ,. . .
4 11 I held a glassful ol his own w ine made
lo speak words of trustful auecttoti to i . . .
1 1 f.om the "rapes of that, vincvard, 1 a
a kinl-l;e.i:tcd woman, turns trom ; , . .
. . , . sent for the slave and asked hire what
his religious warfare to write to i.i-. ......... , ...
n , he thought ot Ins prophecy now. lo
' ' " ' . ' . 1 ;
ly sorro Aiiu ui.ii i v..iihii i-o- niui j u vi i
in the lie-'", as I fain would be. All
your children pray for you."
John Quincy Adams' mother lived
to be seventy-four, but he ha I not out
" rown hi? sens of dependence upon
her when she was taken away.
mother was at; an.
upon earth." he
was tue real persomfica-
t v):i .!' female virtue, of piety, ofehari-
;v, o:' ever aetive atid iicvrr-inttrn.it-
lin- boTievobu -e. OGol! Ciuld she
i in r !jenev: l:n e.
h - .ve 1 e mi spandyet a liit:e longer!
I have cut n ed but fr sho.d, sea-ous
prci le", as .-'.reugth
bim m hi." bya.g hot.:
1 iVe wa-
P.,:c:;t. an! hc:.tf. 1 be bushel to
- ievdo I sleep by patting him g 'atly o.i
the hou' ier, and :::gbnig to m the
familiar i.ih.b.es ot io ag
. a.: or to?
b: f i-j:.ied
'. :,a ol' that mother v.e
vras stili at hand io care for him.
An entry in Ike diry of the giilnt
.-" ing tjon. Lirtlett. while : e v-a, a
i, ; . r cp; war. i-ivcre'.v wai.; bl in
i t.-t .ii :..
to -e' i
IS : i: U J.H i on.y i.e
. . , - T
r 1 iks.
or to ii i.timor. i
outctited. Mou.-.-r would be
Thu, abvn-. s.
your we:".; s-
a ha A ::e. !-.t
-oUle'.bitig IO le :
c es' s time and dev
pr.ys! It cos's
g ,;d mot:. or. i:
e bicss and s dr
-.acr:fi but r.o
ive o c art -i is like
i!ldt, a tatbiul mother w;u
hoi Is from a falthbJ a u.
Fortunately for tueinelves. women's
attractive do not p:r-h with tlieir
youth. TLere is, utiJniab!r, a creat
'charm iu the fresa beauty ;a a girl c f
eighteen, and many rn;n wish thev
miht take capillve her first aifoctions
lietwtcn eighteen and twenty-two
the than-e of
frvr .1-5 the
,o,..r,,c r,r i,Jr ... .t.a r. . . 1 L-..U-
! to bo great but in Unit time, by Kmt;-
or intercourse v.-iiii society, ami by
'natural development she may grow
more ?o:Lpr.iouabla for :;r:u of ma-
turitv, and her carriage and stH-CJii-
trol hotter and greater. T!:".se
in prtant years in a youn woman's
life, the years during which the uia'ri-
ty o'' female sex are mvrried.
And yet from twenty-two ta twenty.
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''enerallv d.-t still f .: t:,er advance in
atlraedvene-s, and adds to the store
of her eiiarms She is still voting, bat,
febc has outlived many youthful fancier.
; but feels some of the dignity of wo-
' manhood. No better age 4 thin those
I h.'tve been steeled against girlish fasci-
I Ui'Lentimes they make tlic be-.t of
1 wives, and men find a solace and com -
....... . ....., .
namou.shii) :n luvir society which im-
;tv caunot 'ive.
Thev have the udvantnire of vxoori-
ence an,j Uiev have learned the lesion
... ... f o tr..t. i.oin.r .i.ri,f,.r.n
, ..j,ty.six or thirty, that makes her j "Well, we will admit that tin people
i.jVfc.y n t.yC.s of men. She may'w"dl see it ; but tlieii. you know, they
bo ja-L ovelv Kt 0,l(J ., ,c as tie will never think ol i again."
other and feminine beantv U allurin"
T'.e Slip, Ihs Cup and Lip.
The IJoston Trantcriit retells the
'origin of the rhyming old saw:
" i h- r'j's n.aiiy ti slip
'Twrcii the cup and tie: lip."
Some of our subscribers w!io hare
sfudicl drrek may have seen the
account in the Gri-ek Healers:
A King of Thrace had planted a
vincvard, when one of his slaves, j
whom he had much oppressed in that
very work, prophesied that he should
neu-r taste of the wine produced in it.
The monarch disregarded the predic-
which the other replied : -'Many things
fall out between the cup ami the lip,"
iar.d had gcircelv delivered this singu-
1 lar response before thj news was
brought that f monstrous boar was biy-j!hw
: ing waste the favjrite vineyard. Tiiink-
ing in a rage, he put oo.vn the cup
which he held in his hands and hur--
ried out with his people to attack the
i u lu.;,,,, n,,r 1 1 . o U .... r
rushed upoh ban and killed bun wrd
out him having tasted of the wine.
A ROMANTIC RELIC.
A Romantic ilelte of Cowpens bat-
tie -,:. f.vn ty Mr. Win. J. Randolph
at King's M j-intain J iraig the card en-
nial observance last Thursday. The
relic is a plain 'gg-earat gold ring,
wlfeh was f m:i i on the Cowpens bat-
tie field in 1mM. T.ie inscription rea-h :
' Phis and ye giver are yours forever , to the ir.uV. distant star in the her.
17J?."" It was prose:. ted to a llriti-di vcr.s. Hun Ire h of millions e f years
oh, ecr by his sne'-the.ut before his dc- .1 be required for the single jour
parture with L r I Cors'.v-las for : qy. The insct co:mences on the
America. The off. eer, wiio wa? killed deaf of a tree and ukc its little ! k
i ' r i ,i-.y ,; s. a.s wore oaio.uii i
o cart't gedd fi ins unifotm, an
-n ot the button are ,t.li orne 1 a
the Caroliaas. 'be wn pree:.te I to
Ciou. Laf.vyett-j i i l.'d, and ethers
were sent to F.ng', :
on them re-hug '.
o v t i txd . . T.
i A dark-1 recently ma le application
' fr a divorce fr.'mi !..s vni . When'
ai-:ed on wu'.t grouu l he djinar.de 1 a
divorce, he explained as foliotvs : 'd'e;
gro-i . I of d'.s occasion is su'lleient !
eu ugh. Wii-;:i I rente i ten acres and
i hr d .me mule I m .uric 1 a woman
t,r tie occasion. Now I rent '
. . acres of iatf fjj WO! k five Uiules.
.Iy : .st v.ufe is a m'gh'.y good ten-:
' nee wife, but she don't suit dt; occa- ,
Moo oo sixty acres, l necis a woman
(what can spread more'
"N030DY WILL SEE IT."
1 A ?hc--t time ago wc called upon a
; ccrta:u party in l-.in?H jn Vol!. j.
: and aske-1 liini whv he iLl not adver-
;ise in the (X: - ur-.
-O.i. l ecau-e, he angered, "what
I the titr? Nobody will ever see it."
'Xotienu' rtpliod ;
' they did rca I my ud. people
o..v or i !.i . L- .-.r o ! ,1.,.,'f .v-.v .
i, ft iii-.rf on 1 .1 f !. ,.rl l..t 1 1. .
! 'd'.ut "
i "No but at al!
I d :.'t want lo ad.
vcrti?e, and tlou't bother me any more ;
, I'm busv ;" an 1 he wa" e,l back into
his .store hi. a strant - l a por l.tt.o :,y
that was, helping itself from a brel
Time pase 1. and v never sain
intimated "adTi rtiemcnt" to him,
':in:... n.ti'ir !i.n ,1 ,'lr Y i.t.rln
..p nun im . .f . .
, t!ie gtmth.-ma:. ..do-J at our sanctuu:.
j looking a little unecrtaiti as to how he
would be received. We chrishnl no
; bard t'eeli.'is. and mjtiot.cd liim to a
"I suppose you herd of that life
And why nut? I'h
interest to your fr;e.idi and the j eople
! "Heavens! Why it would ruin me."
"u.i, no, ou-,s luL nohooy wn
ever see it."
"Yes they will; and it will ruin mc
i sure as
laughing-stock: of the town. 'I hey will
We roee and touched Lim imprcs-
: sivelv on tle shoulder.
IIIs words came back to him like:
flash, and he trembled so violeu
tkat his eyeballs fairly jingled, and
was such an object of comunsera-, :
that we promised to keep muni. '1 ' i
little moral is drawn from the abo-.
which is applicable the world over:
A-k n man to a Ivor lisc rtd ho will im
mediately say, i:i t!ie majority of
cases. ff"t ''Nobody v. ill ever see it;"!
but advertise gratis some bt'Ic UhIik
creiion ho may commit, and he imme
diately gros inu'guant over the cer-
' , . ,
llaur.y iuai ine Tino.e worm wm know
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DURATION OF ETERNITY.
Various illustrations have been svg
gestcd to convey to the mind some
ilea of ilhmitiddo duration. It has
bceti said, Mippo.sr that one drop id
ocean should be drie 1 up every thou
sand years, how loasj would it be ere
last drop would ilspp:iar and the
' ocean's beJ be lelt dry and dus'y' Far
onward an that would bn in the coal
ing ages, eternity, would have but
; commence.!, una l-f.-u saM, ..up-
! pose t h i s vast ii lobe u poi. wbieh
rad vore co moused of particles ot
I ,hc K'-1 a,Hl l,,:tl 0LC l,tr' :,"!
s:.'i,ci Uiiipoear hi me lenoiaaiion
net miippear bt tne termmat.on
jf.fcemh mibiou of yea-.s, o'i ho t in-
im m.;:. se Wot;..! be tne
; pcrio I woicu u.:-t t.ap-c if. tre
das'. prV.iele ..!! be g i:u
d I bo g me ! A id
'jet, eu-rni'y r,-.
' twilight. It h:
., .1 i.c its u:o:ni;.g
been si.d. suppose
; soino little in-rC, so 'mall as to be
; imptreej.tih'.e to the b .re eye. wire to
Varry this w-rl I by its tmy m'j-it'.Tu! s
.; .i; t .a. tc.i
rL'.b that even the micro-co; e
di-i'.viT that it is gone, and
. o.. :.s almost e:.-d!.;-s iouru'-v.
i ..j. j .J i.i i m.io';'. i'i vea.s
e 1 awav it arrives u-nk fr
-its second load. Oh. what intermlu a -
! d f -i - - -ji . 1 ! i-' ,iis 1 ... f, ,rn 1 i it tttti.
b.c ages w -ii i e...pso before ti. U-
i ou, : ne rem an. u-n won, t tue
, iorest ; e guuev a n : trie gi .he .' r.v.-n
e'.' i ni" y w u.
i .. , . i s-n ; nan
KC-r. n -1 f-Tno'oV,'-.- -if f -roe
ii . ". . '
on lla.:c-ek K'r.'et. win, ; working at
;.-ai.:f:!..o!m , t ti ...
I.M.mtut. got h:s .elt band en-.ht
t . .. t , ti j- . , . .
i..e i.i.u oiiery, out. ixuo c V. Cuum :f
X.. . eated. was so badlv injured t f i - ,
anqeitaLioii b-.t, a necessary.
I'm silliii" here. I'll be the!" ,K1' v,;'v''1 "r ance. itounil alter
TME NEWS IN A NUT SHELL
The i'.atute of Holert llvirni U)
lcenunvoileainlcntr.il l'rk. X Yt
' -or'. IhllOalU-jun'soU hou
j in lVUei.s ' jin.ty, wa, destroyed bj
; !irc on iho Ril), mst. Fredencl
, j., lIlC Well known c,iorea llo.
J pubuaiu, ha- pubU.neJ a letUr irt
piif.'iieiin. iiai piitni-jUeJ a letter irt
' w;.;:ii lie tays that during his tisit trr
N.' ,.ri, r ,r.. t .-t -....L- t... . , a
t couvincu liim that
!2 a cjiiil.f t belweon the racci in tlij
' South is nronj. Ptie post office irt
Xew York city is eilin,: ilidO a day
u;.re p.t-ta-e stamps fiin last jear,
Tii'. is the res. ill ! the bu'mcs re?i
-..! ll,.. v I 1 .... . r .1
I III .IIIIMI II lyUIIIVIl llVK UI UIO
p.,,. (.',,rt , Inoir
c; un'.y. X C'.. week before last. 7'h
nu:i'..i r 7 ( t in Xorlli Carolina. --.
L'U'.dmg Faston IlepublKan4 and oth
vis gave l.t iiJliant a grand banquel
at thf fl 'tvl rrun-.w;ck. ui that city.
t )no 'hnn ln-il :md forty eight
imihoii topii :' th liible. transl&trd
into tV' hundred and lwenty-ix dif
ferent languages and d.aleets, Conti
tues ones of the aet.ie vementa of
foreign missions within the last hun
dred ears. --sTlie census show th&.
the population of Fi .rid.i has increased
b" per cent.- The Fan I'rctbvlerian
( ouncd adjourned to moot three yeara
hence at llelfat. The t'-7th an'
nual mvt'tmg of the Synod of North
Carohna will assemble in the First
l'n .shy terian church in Kaleigli on
Wcdnesd ay evening, Noveinlter 10th,
at 7 o'cloek. Win, l'arker is in
Ja'd awiatmg trial as the assasio of
j lien, liiiui'.'.s. --rhe PurhAiu riaitf
sas Messrs. C. II. Conrad A. Co.. of
llieliu.oud, Va., gave the Methodin
church of this place one li gshead of
tobacco, which was add to day at Far.
u.erV Warrhotise for It'.w.Uo
hut Taes lay about twenty five hundred
;,eo; le a--e!!ihled in ileum's IFare
ashou - .e to hear North Carolina's favorite
j round ul i pplause greeted him wtiero-
ever he w is i ecu. l he enthusiasm
unbound 'd. dlishop 1). S.
Dog ,'ett, Melhovlit, is dead. He was
one of the (on m st preachers of the
South. ..- j die Uaptist Statu Con
voir. hm will meet in (Voldsboro, Nov
1 7: in w-Col. 1. M. Holt was unar.i
o. i i - 1 y ro-tdected l'rcsident of tha
ii Carolina Agficttlturnl Soelety.
We loam from the Tarboio
cr two hundred and eighty
i and o.OiJO jeople will escort
(iov. .Jar vis and other speak
.ieeivi!'. on Saturday. a
e. of tin- IFiliiauistoii i Tarboro
.1 ad .ti-ied to take place in
ei' oi.' Court Hou-e door In Tar
V W. I'. Ih-asley. utient. wa
I ,o. 1 I
i ii i..Iii,,omI nn 'if.',..! nf 1 roafrnitilfitr
iSJt..l out y V. l.ivnc & Co.
le f .re Judge Fond.'-s'We are in-
forme I by James Whitehurst. 10sq.
railroad agent, that there will bo raia-
I f. 1 in this county the present year SO..
000 bales of cotton. Number of bilct
hhipped from this point up to date It
7,0'JO. awaiting shipment at railroaj
depot 8Q'J bales. lie further aaji that
there has be-n imported into this coua.
ty for the prusent ycar $25,000 worth
of corn ; $lh'0.000 worth of meat. In
cluding sau-tages; fOO.OCO worth of
ferti'ia rs ; !0'i,00'l worth of whiskey
atel jlo.Ooj worth of hay. The pres
ent c itton crop will b wrrtli FliGO,-
ooo. From the llaleigli Nona and
'jserTt'r : Cotton reeeipn for jester
day fdhj bales. -Tbcre are now"
about a half a tloz mi of the Republican
tiiis,ioiiririM in this Stulo. Moat of
them are from New York. r-Hoo
M. Y. Uuti-om and Co!. 1). K. Me Hi
were in the cutv yestr lay, and went
j up to S .ib-hnry m tne aitemoon u
t a k o firt in the grand I'emocratic rN
About 9 :30 o'clock
; " r-"-
f I .i r .ii-i.t th. f.ro fi'arm was soundd
rr.n-.. Toy tl.- burning of Mr. (Vcorg
, r, 1. rn an I corn crib, alrout two
j n,,;,.., of t he city, containing
i ,o ,,r j,.f 1 r-otton. which
j were i-:.!..'(
d.-rtroytd. There was
t.o ins irr: n
S.-cre'nry Denson is
i ,, . .. rn i in t!. r.rft-.aration
jfjf.jlft aw:,r.i4 at the late State fair
; A s i.(,) :.s tj(. executive committee
pa,s.s ,,pon th" awaidi and approve
. f,t,j)f v.'4 iC oublinhed. The
cou.rn ltee meet Lex: week. The"
premiums rre pnyabm in thirty days
aft r Ihe close of the fair, and will
'.'.'refer'- be j nil on and after Nov em
! f- g.dr d. ( ;.,v. 'aiice has Leea
m.-t a, all of h:s appointments thus far
by a l uge eon ;vi-v- of jCOple of both
sexe. Th s doitriet will gire J&rtia
and L'itham at least fifteen hundred to
to-! Ihtt with. Thi whole ticket is
1 nlI rpJ?. Vance nith l.U eloquence
t - i .
i ; ,i,.;,. ,,.,,,.1. ,.r.. A v .i.-
; ;rcldn News:
Bets in Weldon are
even tl a'. Indiana and Pennsylvania
will give their electors! votes to Han
oo k.-The IFeldon fair wa? a eoe
1 eess financially and ever other way
; as we hope the succeeding ones may
br. '--0i Monday, a negro wan
nt-men Aaron K.itn. had a large pen-
kniff :n h: h in I which he wn trying
: nm1t- n " r ,
! to throw opn
In on of hia efforts
the knife struCK
him on th thig!
. rM,n i.ti.
r...tf 1 ' .a 1 C tl-J I ..'"ll iUULU,
i. i .....
i i!owe I. A half inch deeper,
would have severed the femoral ar-