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.J;i:rins Danii.i.s Maitager.'
'I I . Wll WIN Al' AM K.
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Tli jt j-onsiibi.ible dissati.M'.u-tio.-i
itsin lln- rank of both political
t. .. !i aei-oimt of ;il!e.;-libiisis
111 p.,!-: vfJiii;iii;i','fiiifiit, it Vi,uM U
ux l.-sM .den. Tli.it Jlie-e;thiises
!m)'. :, :tr. imt 11: '-media lIe, we
.q.picl.i ii 1 the ad orates of this l.cw
.1. iKirtnif in'Iitir- w ill j tiinl. Tin
in inr-Tj.li-;j4't!i t v, n-.it political
;;ii !- ;. v. iiiHi divide t J 1 is country :m-
;.i v. !1 ih liii' il, ami tlic adherent?
..I r.u h ton thoroughly in eirnest.to
.Mlniit of any eniiider.ible defection
In t i.uiks of a new party..
This has 1 H MilVniently illn tas
ted l tin- firaners anil Ciieenbaok
n. avIio a few ears :i;:o '.'eoni passed
.ri.Ui'l land' to makepr sel tes,
liat lailiii',' to cany a sinjfl" 'State in
Hi-- list Presidential election they
Imcuhc dislieail.Mied, discouraged,
;i 1 I ii i;.lly dissolved the nrani.a.
;...n. as a I'.i'toi- in polities. The
ii;i! history of the country furnisher,
ma. iy instances of simll ir attempts
t m u.niiz p;ii tics upon new, and,
u '1. it i was suppo.se. I woiiM b-", pop
iihu i.su!'i. lint in t'ie end they
h ..idl proved disastrous fa'luiei.
When it is reineinl)erel w'.i Me tlic
idea originated, and who euc iu a;;eN
lie- fain itint of a liberal party in
1 lii . Slat". ik deniaerat will surely
1 i.-i t .1 : 1 1., ii.;.,
nl!' 1 1 1 iuse u l . 1 oe ucccitrn u iiii
device f tin- enemy. Since the
mm- ol t lie present at lininist rat ion
leu 1) ey so oltcn proclaimed to bj
i I ter ihsciissious in the d-inocrt-i
p.iv'-y, aad u.v t'!ier'iatroliage of
Hi.- g..'.;i!nent t- break down its
iiiti.1 of 1 In- Southern States, no
Suit: hern ihinociat 'an mi rely need
10 be In; t her warned against this
.. nil! iw i!i e e to iliviih-and weaken
e . 1:1 thecoaiiug Mrugglu for party
: npi e:n r- .
A few .lia: Wfied. ambitious deni
;iL' )g ies nia, encourage the lbrnia
n a f a l.bcral p:rty, but the result
if attc'ided with any MH-cess , w -hat-ex
ei w ill be as it has been in Virginia
nul !o st lengthen the republican
j.iriy. 1 11 t !cit Si at e t he republican
part. i tiiiuger to day, than it was
In ,'oie the liberal movement was in
ni. ;tir.i:ed h. Mahoiic. The negrM-s
an. I white republic ins in j iningthe
M iiiir. in tveinent. did not cease t
be r'pnblicaii. whi'v the deinoerats
10 beeoinillg M A IIONITI'SV contribut
ed t swell the ranks of the r'jmbli
e.iir party and tind t "ir political
Matus t day to be under the sh-l.
tering wings of a republican admin
We may tl it ter ourselves with the
pi-opeet ot'aa eas viet ny over the
1 ; tib! e an p irt, in the coming can
v 1 '-s. on a'-eoii'i! of the serious difli-
il i--s I. now ,1 to exist among leading
1 e 1 i i i e a ! 1 s , ilifi'n.-ul! ie.s whicli have
.1 iv Mil tierce animo-iities, enlaii.
11 1 ! . 1 -' i u many instances in iolcnt
"ci ei;d abase, and d iin ig'ng d..
tra- 'mii. but it should be- renieinber
e I t ha" it is the boast of republican
lil.-. thi! person 1 1 animosities
-r ji!. ea tin-in fnin voting the
I ,n'l,e l!l t ieket.
! '.! - in.i.vui "iieer underrate the
1 r ag h of t he eae;n " is as imjxir
' .'Hi in poli; ies as it is in war, and
:! w ha-!i if tlic democratic party had
; Iw a s he -dd would have turned
nia a defeat in tlic past, into a
;J ; ion vie" iy. Our political oppo
;i u a:v already taking step-; Iok-ri-
t a thorough organization of
their pirt. They have amused their
.able followers with a convention of
t!u i. on e-ilor. where under the
lntluenee of mean w hiskey the true
character of the negro developed i
e!f. an I deinoiiNtrited to the satis
t 1. -t Ion of the most intelligent of the
members of the convention, their
utter incapacity for leadership or
e!i -o eminent. They are ready
if -, to be the pliant-tools as heivto
ton '! 'their white leaders. Other
di.o;ila;it elements will lv easilv
h.11 1 io::ie 1 and held together bv the
u!i.-oe power of public pluiid'!-."
'I'he !:b -ral movement is a pureh re-ptibh.-au
invention m tempting bait
ia 'd out to deiiMwi atic son-heads and
t id -p mlents. to allure them gradu
a!h into the n nliean ranks, ('an
anv democrat wlm values his consis
tency, or ha any reverence for the;
grand, time honored old party, be
seduced from his allegiance by such a j
shallow artifice? ' The ris ruau sayRj
-in vain does the fowler spread his j
net in the sitfht ol any bird." i
TitE miliar thatyanother attemf
would Ik mad- to induce the roun i
cil of tate to roiiseut to an extra j
session of the Ijejislature N-injj call--;
el by th- (JovertHir, appears to !m
without authority from head-quar- i
ters. The l!ah'ih Xnc (ihm rrt r j
referring to the matter nays, it re-j
quires two -thirds of tin meuiU-rs ofj
th Oattieil to reconsider the ques- i
tion, and that lh. Wouiil is known j
to Im- unalterably opioycd to an ex-j
tra session, while (leu. KoitKin s and j
Mr. Sc;ulHru,rh have nt intimated I
any elianjfeof opinion, and it is not)
lM-!ie-d that they an- likely to re j
cede from -their former decision.
i'.wr. J. K. Tin ikn is still labor
ing to onvinc ev-rylMKly who feds
an interest in the matter, that the
Seaboard & Raleigh Railroad oujjht
to Im- lo- ated from Rcthcl via lVnny
Hill and Wilson to Raleigh. We no
tice two MIe voniiiiunicutions fnm
his pen recently, one in the dn-en-
ville Hrtlector, the othr in the Ral
eigh Xnr-Obxrrrcr. In lnith of the
ctMiununie itions he ure.s with great
plausibility the sujH-rior advantages
of his favorite route. Iiut whether
tin- starting point on the Williainston
ami TarlMro road hhall lie Bethel or
TarWo,-we aie satistit-d it ojight to
run through Wilson.
TilK DELKGATEsapiminted bv the
ount 'i of Greene, IV, Wilson and
Lenoir met at Kinston last Saturdav
at tlic instance of Tro'dent Rest of
tin-Midland Railroad Coinpanv, to
consider Mich prnMsjti6n a.s niig'it
be submited for buildinir branch
roads from Kinston to Suow Hill
and theiijt i Wilson ami to Green
The meeting was addressed wo
learn, by Pres. Rest aiidJudgo Car-
ruth of theRoxton Syndicate which
ontroh the Midland Railroad. The
proposition made to the delegate
was Mibsiantiaiiy, tint each count v'
should slmscrilHj li f ty thousand
dollars tow arils building the proMsed
roals,without any guarantee as to the
flit 11 re mortage or sale of the road,
to any party the Midland company
might choose. This we believe is
is regarded here as a formidable ob
jection, if not an insuperable ditliculty
n the way of any further prosecu
tion of the matter at present.
Whether it was the fifty thousand
dollar required to Upraised by tax
a' i ui, in each county, or whether it
was the. fear of being ultimately
4.sohl," which cast such a damper
upon the prH-eedings, we are not
prepared to .say. We KUipect that
another railroad bubble- has bursted.
only that, and nothing more."
Considerable mystery it is said
has attended the movements of (Joy.
err.or Camkuon, of Virginia recently.
He is known to have visited Wash
ington city, but his quarter in that
city have been kept a .secret. At
one of the hotels he was registered
us "a friend of CapLJoirx S. "wine."
Has it Iwcome necessary, under the
new system of politics for the exeer
tivc of the proud old commonwealth
to travel incog. t,r escape the pres
ence ot oHice-seckcrs?
WILSON .MARKET REPORT
KKVIskd AN r COKKKC TEI) F.VEUY
, TirritSDAV nv
BTNUM, DANIEL CO
Racon, North Carolina
10 (jt I2J
JIH IMS - . t r ,0
.Shoulders and Sides V2i(Tc 14 -
Wetem Smoked Slides
Iry Saltinl Sides
I lees wax
Co tree, Rio
44 Large, ay rp
" Java - . .
" Mocha - . .
Corn, per bushel
Corn meal, per bushel
Cotton Ties jer bunch
Kgv: - . ...
Flour per bhl
11 W 12
20 ir, 22
20 Cd. 45 '
1 li 'lh
3i ( :w
30 (a. ZZ
nsoi. riox ivorit K
The firm heretofore existing under
.... lUHiniijio. eioy A ro's., is
this ,llly dissolved by mutual consent. I
The business will betondueted at the
same ,,laeo by Jno. Selby. Thanking
the Dooii ffort u.irn0.t A... :
f - -- ...v.. and I
Mnt l?.......ii.. 1
Davis, ltopcr & Co.
holosale (Jrooeries and fJeneral
n"lMIN ox MEIUiUVTn
-.1.1 s, on hand a lar-estook ot (i
aws. t hpvi1(i;.ri.v,i,..i .
.. in mi-, siue o .Now York
Agents for the City millng (Wany
and omT to the trade te best lf?5J
jrrouiul i,itwi nu-aland choit tr
at lowest rr,,,-. Fl
PPyriL'S PREPARED CHEMICALS
9. MO Timer CM buy a FORMULA.
FoTIpl 520 lb8)of POWELL'S
Thta.wf.en mixed ! komr, ms.Lcs OneTcn
c.f lii'.'r.klOK. 1 ;:o..i-IiA I I", ;ui.l in
f'xi -' crvai ( irfuJ crrp-
.j-rooacioa M my Uh ptictj T) jnyh.t:.
CXTflA ( No lrmUr Kii-
..tll'i Ciisvica: K r i-ren i"-.erc u" ';
tri'-l, nmrnl at:n- c'.ioa, zr.i r c v.
f.-r-.tr iit every I t.tc it ref:rrf;.
flee i .'-f l'-l'l-I.i. trwjrtcf ici..:'
Crown Chcmicd Co
rowGlI'.TIk Ten Cono rGrt'!-
;cr. Tncctmly $C5 Ton,i..li..li.
Dene r.Teal. Dissolved Done.
Al a'l ii,;U-grade Ferliliiins -Ierii.
Spring A Summer Stock Complete.
WHOI.KSAI.i: UKA I.Kit IN
ROOTS. S HOES.
TKUNKfv VALISFX, LEATHER,
10 A 18 SYCAMOKEKTKEET,
The Largest and most Complete as
sortment of Goods to be found in thin
City. Please Call and Examine.
Eiftttii Cittti Fluttr,
lulrntl In 1A79.
Will Plant Seed Without Preparat'on.
1 VEKY Dl'RAm.K,
STltONOjAxn EASI LY ADJ CSTEI).
In an Economical Machine, the quan
tity of Seed to be ow ed can be
regulated by the screws un
der the bottom.
It can be run as near to the ends of
the rows and as near stumps
as tlie plow can go.
SrA there i about loOOofthe Edge
combe Cotton Planters in use in
Wilson and adjoining counties we
do not think it necessary to publish
any of the many flattering testimo
nials we have received. We re
spectfully refer to nearly all of the
practical farmers in this section
to its being the simplest, best, and
mont practical Planter on the mar
ket. FOR SALE RY
Branch, Had ley & Firmer,
Agents foT Wilson County.
We will not weary you with
statistics telling how
J. P. COATS
BEST SH-CORD SPOOL COTTON,
Or how much they make
daily, neither will we presume,
to give an opinion as "to its
quality. Jt is mors important
for you to find out: Whether
the thread is strong and will
save you time and annoyance?
Whether it will run on your
Sewing Machine ? Whether
the colors will match all the
fashionable shades, and work
well on silk goods?
The only possible way to
arrive at the truth is to
USE THE THREAD YOURSELF I
SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON.
YOU OAN BUY IT OF;
ATKINSON & WARREN.
Cor. Nah and Goldsboro Street
COTTON. L GHAI
HA R D WARE. CUTLERY,
UVNH, Ac., CORNER MAIN ST.,
AND AHKET SQUARE.
fE desire to inform the people of Ilocky Mount, and
surrounding country that we have opened a lirt-class Millinery
Establishment in Rocky Mount, and keep constantly on hand ev
erything usually kept in such a store. Give us a call. '
MISSES GRIFFIN UOIJINSON
East Side Railroad.apr.l4-tf.
C. L. UPHUR,
Of Virginia, Pres.
FACTORY MONTALANT. OPP.iNOBFOLK.
Capacity 30,000 Tons Per Annum.
Manufacturers of Mtnndanl Frrtilizen mij importers of Kainit anaCliemioat.
BYNUM. DANIEL & CO. A (ITS
Feb .'82 3m NASH STEET,
THE ROCKY MOUNT
IEO N WORK S
Are new in full and successful operation. All kind of machinery made to order.
Ilepriir.-.! t Ktw.rt ivtice. Agents for iUe oeM.rat.-W (I ACOmpr Eii?iW of M.int
rrnon Ohio, Iioi: Vt mk. , :ire ,,,,,! to lurniM, ,.-,w unci pri.t n,i U f.rrn enin.
JJocky Mount Cotton Plow
BLACKSrilTHIfMG $c REPAIRIIMC
Of a'l kind- of .n.achinery done under tow hwn jrvbion. nn.l on work fftntantee l W.
key .n Mo,-U a full ,e of all ''rMr1 ' nt-r pipe. ,....1 c-o,.-i.... Vwl
fiume, for .,f M Uo run a PLANING MILL, Jn Ul,ki thi, announceme,
w. ak : (.:ir ..f the paironajre from our ftWU l tl 011WM0 am.ouiKemeiu
S. K. FOCNTAIN, Man. S. K. FOUNTAIN. )
Mirch-Iv W A- TAYLOR, f Propriety
Marches!) C. DL NKLK, j
FIRST IN THE MARKET
iiiisoii & tan
nuyors are invited to mil and e.xan.ire before making their r urehne. v.
have the largest and nm-st and haiuonic.-t tock of 1 ? ' '
fienfs Furnishing goods, Spring and
Summer Clothing,. A Large and varied
Line of Dress (iood, Kmhroideries la
ees Collars.Cufls. H'hift! Goods, Hosiery
Gloves and Notions.
vV.VJ.'?? '5IH1?"-? Well-Mlectod .took oil
"... uo uitunnibs, JNUriO.NS, HOOTS. SHOES, .Vc.
roc.t.g patronas. w ch
Ucrntr asl and Guldsboro
SrilING & SUMMER SUITS.
WE AltK AOENTS FOR
MhhtllA.N I TAILORS, NEW
Samples of Cashmeres and guitin-s the latest stvle and desilrns
for Spring and Summer flood. Wo t9v. "y I 'V1 1fns
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NORFOLK, VIRGINIA. '
- Murch lOtli, 0 months.
Of North Carolina Sec, Tr
SUI'KRVISOR OF AOENCIES,
WILSON, N. C.
we ,h,U merit hy fair deaii !
Streets Wilion T P 1
is, WUflOn, . U.., ;
YORK. AND H aw. nv tt a vn1
at our Store and examine.
TRY IT AND
poco im: o iez jbi
EXCKULKl IJY NONE FOR COTTON;
nniT 1 rimV .
- - - - mwm
1 rui no rvniiirrtiiiiw i.ouun;
moke at me rate 01 :iio pound per acre, I made 3. pound of m.i t ' 1.
similar irow-H mnnureI w ithJPCMJOMOKK at the rate oftoon , , f
male 4fi pounds of etl cotton. I let Mr. Ueo. Uws have 2S 7t 1
mad 12 pounds seed cotton to the row, against .1 pounds emth-.' ,nt,h
manured. ' '" J. THOM s vrrtViTr"nd ut
Gi5 pound- Unt C,ttonr Av "'""NWTOX.
t- ij I i.sox, N. C, November 14 im
I sold your PotoMoKE to about seventv-five planter and it .
universal wXL-faction; the bwt evidence of u h'ich Is that thev all J-.. K1 Ve
I can report G25 pounds of lint cotton to an acre, manured with K"hl
can jfet you many certificates. rwiiniD(y()K K j
Pocomoke.fens and matures all the Howls.' l'.
, NEWiiEKXKt.N. C.V November lt 11
Lsed pocomokk on swamp land, and am aatifinl tnJt s :
doubled the yield of cotton. I $ veMOK refere, over anTe tn io"
I have ever used. It opens and matures all the Win on the Malk, miIlIfr
Kecomniended to Cotton IIanfeInI.)MAS ,'ToL8o-f.
I have used three kinot(lnUi:::! l SI.
! I expect to use no other next vear
prs .wicim h 10 an t-otton plftat.
Cotton bowls better and matures earlier where Poconiok'Jfa
n r Hkai'kort CVh'.vty, N. ('., November 1st l'i
fhe ton of rwcoMoKE purcRase! of vou was iihJ on a boot ..i
and in cotton, and am satisfied it paid well. The tit on mSf.ri 1 ?rv of
bowled better than where other fertilizer.; were ,se!i T MromVr anJ
where roix.MOKK was applieL S00 pounds need cotton at 'f&t nb-it 1"'
from 15 rows a!unule of it.unmanuml, I got only 4?K) fmunds. "Rd
It,tains theThit darlne Drouth. U'HYt'A?K
. 1 UnAXciivii.i.E, Va., November loth i&tt
Fully equafto Peruvian, and will double th n.,.ntiiv i.l .'.A',.1 VrcK-
. lrimr this year I have useil five
bvst, fully fqal to IVruvian. I havp
Analysis by Dr. C. W. Pabvey
Ammonia, - -
Avail. Phos. Acid, - - -Insol.
Potash, K.O., - . . . '
Freeman, Lloyd. Mason & Dryden!
For,ale HnactuiT "K. VA.fd
Feb.l7:Wj A. YOUNG, m.
J ' for circulmr.
OK THE FARMERS ESCAPE FROM HIGH pjuceh.
All the leading brands of Guano" are
now oflei-cd for sale ibr
GET THE BEST
Farmers Look to Your Interest.
,twSeSnhravTUF' BEST EVKR
vcrll,WromMlt0 - -
ket than the foil mr bra, ,u
JSPeforo purcliaHinr their ferffTir., i
suit their hitomstWeallinon ni n. f F?nwre miW on-
vantage to buy from aIlluKou usa we can make it to thoir ad-
T , TTWhen l oa 10
Kcstaurant and Hotel
' f.; , 11. i. i , rr.. . . -
"Jilt commend i..lf. Ti;;, u ' " ? " .
. ... i-.,,,.T ihe.Wn.1
' r I t. - r . .
f'H. jl-k :o... .;:..'
Fried Bref.trak. O.iioiw a,.J l'otltoe
Frr of I'otli.ak.
j Vij ol" i I a mi ami F.g
: Kr of OvKtrro
! Frr of Su.jgft
(Fry of .Vintage and IIomir.T "
! Frr of F h
Frr of Veal t'hoj n
P.-oile.l Mmiou Chojw
' Frv'i f LiTrr -...."
j Frr f Trife ...!!" " "
I Slew of )?ter
Milk Stew f (T,,er, '
! 1 - 1 . . -
iit4i ami i. lijire
K k Lof3ce
V " r1 ,','ktn ; -
Saved crj. ,y f- to I o-cK-k."
. m m m m . ( m m. m
,wl " ?.!"' MOt:ls ' chio
ton's of n'.L" l3,h-
u.c.1 n LSi' "'""Utr It th.
Mate Christ of North Carolina.
"aiihh, L"., March 2. I8S1.
2..S 1 per ot. MA lbs. a t 20 1 1 2X
8.80 u 176. tt 12,.
w " w,4"pp S:A.0 in the
Rountree, Barnes & Co.
Vorfo"i Hop at ibt
,el 1M'i w,th l,on" conift.rt-. tbi ii.n.
r,'r,,,e,, anJ hM , ow "ffici-m
T Jorda op. Norfolk. Va
Half Frr of r.eftek, ,li
Half r tt of kfaffr (l.;.. i r n
on "nif-r i j.roiled iak .
Half Frj of Ham and KK
. a f Krjr .r O.rMer,
Hall f ry of Saiinage
Half Frr f ?iisire and Uorainr...
Half Frr of Kih
Half Frr of VmI M.otw
Half Order IioiJe.iM iJ!to"chom
; Half Frr of Liver
; nif Fr7 of Tri, ""SLZ. ....
j Half Stew of Or t era ... .
j Half Miik StcwofOraiera .
Ku'kw,,!t nl fll-e
! n:f Jr-r r'f fral
! AH tlie hre half ordr widi coffe.
i r .
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