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1 : .it a'nniit a 1 bun
A; aaiii is.
1( ' -i. ::. ., well km:" n
.; -,, , '. ' ! . .; hidist. has been
ti, i :': :' 1 ' .. lb- say s that if
t " '"'' -ins ii-.-e. I in Noitli
!, ia!,- v.inihl far Mir-
! .'.rfi: ,,i ,(. p,,cjii, coiist.
K l"i' or.r folks t stay
v'.". 'l'reiii tl Id Voi-tt, sttate.
ii.'. 'V'.'1 Uji.' er i'.e ami
"iiiv;"!' Cah;,,, i i t.i make
'tlic i',"""1 l""-'l"-"s 1M"
i I I ..-, ill I' i ;H , l if I he in
. '. " : 1 1 L I . ;i lev eiim- agent i:i
Sl;i ill;. county . mi I In- .sth 'l hi.-:
"rln 1 1 : 1 1 V. resulted ill :i veidiel nl'
maiislnughte! . Fra'ey ;;'! i-
e. I s i II I In- 1 it'll l! cli t ia r.V .
C'.v. ( I " I II:'!, i- l
l :i !''!i' tl ;. in, 'Ii rn:: iclc
:i:g in.;' wives, because In
ViHi-d that --ill any event
ilii-lit : 1 1 ! t I sllll'eiet
l!lf 1 i!l II
(iiniii lias liilly itnlicatctl tin-law
iill'l a !l -M'l'l !'tl I lit' '!! f" pl-ticc."
',v Y.i '. 1 1- ii!.- San'" --ays t Ira:
tl.r 1 ' ! : -1 1 ' - l.'ailiK.ul i moviiin'
ir:it!i! -.out liw ;,nl, : 1 1 1 -1 is al i m
i.:, I .'i - !.'!.! i:!' t i 'A II. Tin- i u!l
M'lrlinii li.illi is en i ilii; matt-rial
! i : . r i !. ! i i fis t:t a III :!. I n- u t In-
I u s' !. ,ni. In- w niilil in- a tlnu'it
:ii';' i li't'.'ii " 'A li' is cl tim-onvY-
I I I I'ri' 1 !.' .-mil In-i'ii -tt-iiit.ii i
:ili .l .' .fii l.lfl.
Sn an A nl ln'ii a s t lial 1 in-rr
:ik l.'i'i: VMiisit'ii pr.ict irili;: mi'ili-I'iin-
in l',ir.'!.!inl. ami n lar a sin
1 1 . t s !( ii ai.li- In Ifain. "tltt-.v Kifi
as la: ge a pi 'npoi
I ielits, :;lnl lir i
for s ) tlciiiig a in;:
This is another
inn nl' I lieu' pa
:is exnidit lees
pl'.li ! il iniit'l s.'
iliist ral ina lit.;-
w omaii is man's i-tjiia
I lie Wilmington '-Sta!-' tell
! 'i ' ia l ii.ii i':! . I lil t e are I'Vii
i : 1 : i . !:t) are perfect nil
nmi 1 I. eir p.lleiits are liegrnes.
skin of these chihlien is pel 1'
w ill if. t heir e. es a bright ltille
t heir iiair ami eve brow s i !
toll,;' Hid I 1 1 1 1 sist t 'I ic' of neiji"s
wool. Another singular thing' i
t he foiirt Ii chihl wlio i of a tla i !,
ginger cake cn!or.
Sh.lloll. nl Nevadil. I si'J I in e
e. lis nld. ha - iiim seen a Wei! ti iy
in lil'ii en eats. weighs one hundred i
iiinl ten ptniiids. is wnriii 1 ...Oi n
00,), ami has a law sail on hand
with :i woman who claims him for!
;i husband but w In-ia h. toi'"l wan!
for a wd'e. He . add g-'i tail of I he
scfiipe probiibly by gi ing her a j
million or perhaps l"s.s.
According to the Chatham l.Y-
enrd" ' boarding house keeper
ad .pled a !iot I bu1 ell'"i-tiial
iii' l !mi n!' collect ing a bill out !
nil:- ; his boarders. The bi.lltlel
w a . ,,i i.'lli I o le:: e 'A 11 !:n ;! pa itlg
his iiill w In"! I la- i null a-l cut '.vd
h:-n inln a el tial k ei ilar and i
he w a -. in ,1 pel mil t ed to go oil his
v a " mi! ll t lie bid w as s, let!.
Young ilco.ge N'.iiidei b'liit,
for! t!i n nil In1 iii illi uiiire. wads
In b.' il " ' p 1 ;ier I , pni I el . Tin 1 e
:! ci-ip - , 1 1 1 again ; I he n.i ; urn!,
I'lhn d .'.'id le-o ill! a;-., greet i ir
U : ! 1 e :t:s at i -lia!ile 1 hi: - I for
v ('.lit ll : ; he p ss
millions b I he t'ii-
: i lor am 'sing
ie.si and iiiiekt st
melhotls. iilid reaihing a fa I
eoiti':.-. tein-e by t !n- scm '.est
lt"s a I liui v lli'l' .
A s:..i,e w.,s till'OWII I ii! tl'.ig'il
".he w i iidn-.i ii of I he 1 rani no t he
A . , I,. I ' . ! .'. one ui gin i el w et k.
sa - s the nid,-." w ha ii st 1 lick Mr.
kin i kin
a -gin- s
, i I r in
i - ma!,
i h us de;
l n'i'11 '
i .lai I . lii " 1 1 ! i 1 II 1 s i oil.
hie: :! -eit'ss. Two
. : nvieietl and b-miul
i: ! "-,' I he nli'i'lict . Let
t .n'lipies of i lie!-, .'.ml
a n! hers 1 1 nlii i in-- cow a I'd
.1 of at tat-:..
l',.i' ! ;.it. ion, i ' iatc: 'ia.' j.ait .
.. . . ! '!;.' !
klle.l ill tin' .
;- - I t'ollfi"''! nl 1 ' t
ii a ' r , .' .'I'll1.; tact ti
ll mil else iiele. has
i ssi r
.rice ! : in iking a s i fil
ing rctilli i ! ai - !l I he w holes i le
pi ice t f matt lies. The ictbi.-l n-n
Is n n- .".i pel' It;. Malt lie : ':i''l
II I e la ell cllll.L !-r : i. i I pel'
case ;,.:u sell !"!' -'.. ' all 1 ""-'." '.
w it !i .lis--a i mts it large purchasers.
The conclusion reached is that the
great matt h com hi nut ion h.t- been
A n-.ass ,oii cut i.-ii nl tin
a el s ,il ( )hi-i w as held :'.
t-ll I he !l! h ii'l' I he
mill nig delcgalcs !
i',t 1 1 elii it'll hch
. i -nit. Ti."
. aptlllc 1 e l 1 t-
. and aitt rw aids
he Kt plli i-cll's. w 1.
a: !.. -
l-'lf 111 in!!
I a,- i ).'!: o
. i .1 g.l II i.etl
, the for
: . it a ll t fil
:! i ..!!'. I'll'
1 V I'!' '
a ;; I ic
; ; s ; ' i ! e 1 . s
all to tile!
' . H t e.xcla-
ailii I lllle
i , Ilt-fi.N I i
la 1! i, .a ami ha rsh 1 ehiike : .
hat is j.nlile. del fit-lit i;,l t
'is. t o,,i te. as to in'.t 1 .nr
s.de, at-- to i; ii m!s: a relit
g int.. 1!
uet'l is I tie
I t.nt'.l .-clou
,s late, alld keeps the wil'.'
tiling wl.cl! 'lie ii'lsiMlei
in- in v !y w asheii llnnr w i; 1.
rid v boot s. ami n.ak. s ; I; -1
lioiidli;! i ! i'.e st 1 ape: am!
, ,., ...... ... . ,
mot be:- :aii-nv
W il. il til
1 1 1
v i-. cross, ami alnU-es
the eliii-i iei.
as vvci, as
:liM 1 iiet
I t'.eni' ; " ,'s for t ha set van!
pav .;ig ;!i.-..' ;.;o:nptiy: projects
, hoi'cv rimiii into 1 he hai v'si m
iU.d m.ikes ihe happy ht.me l.ke
tig lice. belling '" OS bosoll
. once the beam, y v-l' its :c::,;.e. bios.
s,,-:.s ami the glo.y of i: - 1 tpciiet
fruit. We want ; reiigi 1
.;,-,',l in!, -i no.-e between
and gullies act
; way ol life. ..in
' that are travel
1 inck- et ti.e ni-t
I 1 he x usit ive sou
lia ner 1 :t: .
Galveston man. "ho has a
for s de, heaiin, t'.at a friend
, . i i..
1 in Houston w ante i i- ..
i t.legranh-d him: "Deal IT end
;if y,at an- looking l-'r aNo.l mule
1 don't forget me."
1 1 -i.il ill - iifnt
'It'tflritrs - fiT J '11 '
tulimual ruii is
WHAT THHrOLITICIAXSAKi: 1
rut: lutLi tival caliwos.
.loiinsnij county is lor honest
Itic 1 avis, of ! Yaiiklin lor (Jover
nor. Si-nalt')' 'oi)ilR'cs tliiliks tlic
nl'l titkcf .sirui;--, hut prefers
Ilia! McDoiialtl he tin- nominee.
Tin- Tai!nro Southerner" nr.
yes Ico. 1 Inward Kst.. of that
plaee, for Supreme Court .lutlge.
-1 I n jiei'.s Wceklv,'' it is sank
i-niiii'ties I loaillv's elect inn in Ohio
W e'd rat in-r se
it than hear tell of a-ev Orleans he issued the fol
Mi . Sell ii lei i 'nl fax is
lli:i! .he ilellint'iats till
i ai r t he St lie of New
.'.i.Ooii ma t : ,t. .
lb- is the man to nominate ami
he demoi-r.it s of the lir. t will make
i great mist-ike if they lad to give
1 1 Ml ill. II ' i 'it 1 11 it Inn.
l ift! Doiigla says
ouhl e.ipt lire t he lit
gro vote of
Inn, l at s ii
'iniiiated him 1'nr
i In-ill nt
."oiiseii.se; Did any
for Horace Hreelv!
Perhaps it may be again New
nrk ami Indiana. as in ls75.
Cleveland ami McDonald or
MeDoiiIah! ami Cleveland would,
it : i ainl in-a strong ticket. -New j
an go to the dt-viL llos-
It is a th- tie Ii sight mure likely
In go to the I ,'epl 1 1 iliea lis.-- i a I Vis
A t! is! iiii-i i; hi
em-e. t -Ii.ii 1 ,t It
xv i t liont a
'.IlHIl Ilill '"
rl,ianl will bike part !
111 the 1 !l
eaaipalgii. Democrats j
t:i t liiil State w ri'e t hat t lie dis
sent ions in t h party ait- cmitiucd
tn ilainiltn'i eoiuit , Mini t!iat the
' eun -i-ra: in piospecf. lor earrsing
t he Stale are bright-.
! ia- I!. C
Paleoii" gives a
canvass of the
ballot in the !i
votes on the first j
;t district for Con-i
gi t-s -i as follows: Moure I 1 1 ; I j;i t li
ani. Ins; Shaw. ."i Haines. )";
('alio. It. Ilethin!s Moore will
pinbibiy be nominated, and if
nominated wili be elected.
M i . W't udell Phillips can yet
Ibng all adject ive w it h t lie best of
him: "1 distrust
h'epliblieail.s ;l ,
. M'l'Vi'l's, as li
i e. dels, as soulless ciriioii mas
querading i II t lie grave cl'ithesof
li:i'!l' hiili'.i ctl irt deeessoi s."
1 1 coming events east t heir
sim.hiws before, say s the Hickory
'aroliniau," does any one see a
.solid deleg 'tion marching from
Mass. to the Democratic National
t u:eui ion: next -ar witlillags
ii -.-m a't .1 with the names of P.utlcr
a : i -l.'.l A is, e'ei na
moa;. unl mutton
peace and har
Imps fur break-
A it'W HI 1-1.1 sine,. too; ,..
ca.-i ni i" sa ui 1 hese columns that
iiu'iL l.i Ml. 1 'art "s ex tells i ,. I
In' t It g I ;i'ilie!i ! s he could
1 i c.
1 ss :
nay act '! ! ;i lion. mat ion
r. aor or a a ot iicr pos t ion in
. licit '.itemi'lit was true
tin ii .unl it ist 1 in- to dav . never
ihelfss it h .s no.' chiiuged tltei
iniiids .,f ;h, ; t t.,.1.-. and the.v aiej
!,.-da.v f-.t ,!.i .an S. Car. liis!, last I
., 1 .1: , 1... -, t..i 1.1 .... ..
1 " " ' '" ."it, . ,'...t, 1 1 ' 1 1 a 1 1 1 ,
A.al tla coiddm.t be lo, ., belter
in 1 !
ing i!'!. t lie chill
Wil iiie call
of 1 he ,,ta!e
ii,i 1111,1111 1.11 .nil 1,' , ,, 1 t 01 t n,
campaign 111 that Male. A circu-
l.i! was issued o each t h 1; 1 ,-i t as
sessing against 1110; which was
.1. forced by an appeal ti.ua the
1,1 .ulster in c: iige. Hence last
S lliilav ti t-r tiv e hlllidl etl lt-pnb',;-e:l!l
s;k eehes were delivered froiu
as many pulpits after w hich eollec
i a'lis wi ic taken up for the aid of
republican campaigncr.s. Manv
democrats, thcrefmc. aie with
ilrawiiig from the chinches, and the
course of the fanatical ministry is
i.;i t, 1 ly condemned.
Tin. i:it;u 1 To 1 ' t" 1 It.
Sena! nr i'.. iv aid has beei; inter
viev.nd in which he
h-r a bi.e k eye lb
ave Ben But
tleii.oci ;icv :
Gen. P.utler had better
such :n n as :.ut h-r: have worn the
ass K.u too mu.;
tii their btitlies,
Butler was the
It has grow ,, to
v., . :
bitterest fe the
most virulent enemy, ihe most un- in"-oil. The boy "s clothing also n1ed up to his kees, notwithstan.l
cmpromising opi.net,t thai tl,., . .Zo,t tire, and he was burned to the lact he has nearly grown ladies
n .....v., .1 ;.. ,. 1. 1 , if ,.i ii. ti..s
s; in. tion .lays. Whatevern.av'be
,o. ...... ! .....t ... ,.o- con-
' his prosiest at ion now, 1 can never
WILSOX, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 5. 1883.
.ii t t ... i- . ..
f l ail.XICl V Ol I
;Ue party to win, !, i belong, came !
; from tin. ii-;, .i ...i i. . -
' " " v " persistent
ami malicious efforts of men in
-oiiless like IJutkvi-, j
have no synipatliy with that Phar
isaical class that is opposing him.
If the IN-piihlicaii party of Massa
chusetts can endorse the Iran, I
which put Hayes into ollice can
endorse Mahone in Virginia (ami
loth J):iwes and IJoar were .Ma
hone's most active friends and sup
porters); n that party can uphold
se wrongs and not blush, then 1 f
sayj.Ve thcm utitrj allll lols
I ot Jiutler, too. Jt is a poison sis an
j antidote poison; the hair of the dog
that may cure the bite. 1 hope
I -Mr. Butler will be re-elected Gov
ernor of Massachusetts."
The Old Beast;
Wlien Butler was in command
I K1'ARTME-TS OF THE GULF,
New Oklkaxs May 15, 18(52.
As oflicers and soldiers of the
United States have been subject to
repeated insults from women call
ing themselves ladies of New Or-
leans, in return Lr the most scrup
ulous non. interference and courte
sy on our part, it is ordered here
: alter, when any female shall, 4dy
mere gesture or movement," insult
or show contempt for any oflicers
:.r soldiers of the United States,
I "sh ; shall be regarded and liable
j to lie treated as" a woman about
j town plying her vocation.
I By command of Naj- Gen. Butler.
And desires to be President and
would like to have Southern votes!
No true Southerner would vote for
V i kws )f Thomas A J 1 f.ndu itks
Chicago, Septi-mber 20. -I hav e
' just returned Irotn low a c;iinp;iigne
! said ex-Uov. Thomas A. Hendricks
i -The Republican iarty is taking
tin: prohibition side oi the qudstion.
Pornu-rly there was a high tax on
! the. sale and manufacture of all
ii(1ois except ivle, beer and wine.
Xow the BeiUlblicans liroliose to
extend the tax to ale, wine and
beer. Absolute prohibition is sure
ly its cry in Iowa. The eanvas.s is
being vigorously carried on by
the Democrats, and they fee! very
contiileiit of electing Mr. Jlviiine for
Governor. 1 went to Iowa to pay
the political debts I owed. Mr.
Kinm has been verv ellicient in
Indiana when we have been in po:
litical extremities. He will be
elected beyond a doubt and the
rest of the Democratic candidates
on the State ticket have, I consider
.v.r- reason to be COIllitlellt of elec:
I "What do vou su.pose was
i Henry L. Pierces reason lor oe
Icliningthe Ib-piibliean nomiiiat ion
i in Mas:saehuset ts
! really doii'l know what about
j it. Butl r will be re elected, I
; think He is popular, and gets
! the votes of the masses of the peo-
ph-of both parties. He is 1 go-a
head, dashing, brilliant tcdovv.
He is abused by almost everybody,
but he keeps right on in his course
without regard to whom he tram
-The issue of the Ohio campaign
I is to be the tarill" question,'' sai. I
j.I P.. McCnllagh,. of St. Louis, who
! was present, Tarih" for icvenue,
j Congressman Frank Hurd tells me
! is to be the slogan in his Sta'e."
Tariff lor revenue only," quiet-
i Iv rem
irked Mr. Hen. bit ks. 1 on
I must not forget
i on"whieh hingi
that lillle iitlvero
between the two panics
A Munchausen Story
W e w ere ii.lormetl a lew
ago aa.vs the Toisnot
tl IV s
I tlome." by a geiilh-man
kount.v of undoubted vcraeiiy, t liat
he once owned a Hog tnai was on
f..,. t 1 snake several times, alter
which he commenced
awiiv and finally died. The gen
tleman aul he cut the dog open
1 , . 1
an.l to his great surprise, he found
, ..t tl,.-.,.
1 seven smiKes. a 111.1.1,"
I attached to ihe dog's liver. The
ilai "est one of the snakes measur-
ctl i'.o inches and the shortest
inches. Knowing the author of
this story as we do. wc do not
hesitate to say that this is a true
snake story: but if anyone doubts
the truth of it. we are requested to
refer then, to the author, who says,
if it is necesesarv. he will take
his bible, which he some times
reads, and swea-' lo it.
Special from Greensboro to .".
Y "Times:" "C. laeiislioro. C.
S(,1t A nine year old son of
., ..em named Smith, residing in
tjlC. suburbs of the city, yesterday .
morning attempted to hasten the;
,,.,ratioti of the tamily breakfast
" ' ' . i- .l
bv pouring petroleitui irom a l,ai-
i e m into tne kitchen tire, mere
. i ... i ..vi.lnsion. and the
was a inu i s -s .
bouse was set on tire by the burn
, 7, ......iti.sfiimliii!' the efforts
cie.tiu. '"""" .
ofhis mother to extingiiish the
A Rout FAinnivn
notks ;lkam:i fuom oi'i: ;
.i nuts ricKi:n
Mr. S. V. Allison, a millioiiaire
farmer of Illinois, stakes his reputa
tion as an expert on the prediction
that the cm n crop of this year will '
be larger :'.oo.imhi,ooo bushels t han al"' liberal enough 111 its opinions
it was last. to receive us as equals in its pub
, lie buildings ami hotel This is why
'lhe New Orleans ''Times, we are sitting In national comvcii
Democrat" expn-sses the opinion ti')"- We have been given num
that the cotton crop of Ihs.I s is ! erous platforms, but we arc still
owned by the producers, and wil ! n l,l' sai"' condition- What we
leave more surplu s money in tl, j want is not words idle epithets
country than anv cotton cron ot
Dr. W.,1. Lawrence brings us 1
the pleasing- news that Mr. P.enj. J
O. Savage's cotton picker is a sue-!
has seen it at work. In I
rank cotton before tin.
lciives are 1
.mi il is .ii picscur nine accoiinr. :
The leaves cover up the Dolls y.o (
mar tne oristies Uonot reach them-1 States. The trades unions refuse
When the leaves are oil, the cotton j him admission, rand mechanics re
is picked out cleanly. As a pea i fuse him as an apprentice. Our
picker it is a complete success, eo j business is to organize for tun
ing its work rapidly ami well. It rights ami tor the redress of our
can at least live acres of cotton or j wrongs. Some say we should not
peas 111 a day. P
thinks that it Is only a question of j
1 short tune when it would pick j
any kin. I of cotton. Mr. Savage I
has sent a picker to the Louisville
imposition. He should semi one ;
to Boston. Tarboro 'Southerner "
We find Ihe latest informal ion S
from Furman's "intensiticd" farm !
as it is sometimes called in ti e lo
cal columns of the Milledgville
"Union ami Recorder." Two wall
known farmers of the vicinity, Mr.
Ohntliah Arnold ami Mr. Win.
Sawyer.recently went out to the
famous farm in order to ace how j
matters are progressing. The re-
suit of their observations i.s '.hat !
both agree in estimating that the j
sixty acre tarin if the seasons are fa-i
vorable, w ill iehl P-M bal. s ofcot-i
ton ol average weight. In addition ;
to this, theleotttili is absolutely free j
from tin! rust that is to be seen on
the cotton of some of, Bulge Fur
We have no doubt that there are
many farmers tired of hearing ol'
the intensive or intensified" sys
tem of farming, but in spite of this
it is the only system that is wort h
considering in connection with thej
millions ot acres of worn out cotton j
lands to be found in Georgia. It ,
is probably true that many farm-j
crs who have experience with the'
intensive system have made par.
tial or complete failures. It i '
verv dithciilt in such cases to con-1
vince cither those who fail or their j ,1( il ;1
friends that the failure is tlue toh'eture.
the men lliemsehes and not to the! "A"', then you know. I like to
system- The intensive svstein is j think that love is eternal: that li
no more valuable than anv other you rei-Aiy love t he woman !,., )-r
system or lack of system unless it. sake, you will her n alter r.hat
is carried on with intelligence. I she may do: that if she really loves
.Ju.lge Furn.au has, liscovc.c.l the j you for your sake, ihe same; that
particular food that cotton requires j love docs not look at. alter;.! ions
on his particular land. Auv ot h-1 th. ough t he alterations ol tune.
cr farmer, bv the exercise of a Through the mask of years if you
11 . . . 1 -;ii ..li.- i, .r.
little oatienee ami I lit ell gei.ee
can do the same, thing.
Ater all, fanning is pretty much
like other pursuits- Those who
pursue it intelligently succeed,
while those who jiersne it in the
old fashion way will always remain
in comparative poverty .
Yenor's Weaihar Predictions.
Be prepared for an early col.l
wintciy snap in October but re
inemiier that the "winter is not
Christmas will probably U
.....I .a .m.I tl... '.. V,.:n-
of 1-isl balmy and open.
The ei. try of December will be
V. I V cold: its exit j.lst the oppo
site, with sciyeity of snow in ma
jority of sections.
The up-and-down chop-wave"
COtMllllOlt Ol lllf 1 fill t,l .It ill r lllir
i.bi...lvto continue through an-
ti. ..!. is considerable warmth
.... .1. 1 ss:. Oi most on 11.
O'l ll'il. ti" .' " - "I
ters of the northern hemisphere.,
The fore portion of October w ill
probably be very line, w ith warm1
weather. Frosts aie likely to oc
cur about the .'th and tlth. ami.
thisi tradition will be followed by
a rather cold, wet and unsettled
The latter half of rhei
month will develop a number
severe storm perirds.
& Tennessee Teacher.
Tennessee has at least one puh-
. i;,. school teacher wno uiignr ik
: .. I ...i.l. II.. .......
1 Willi. lie g.t-s i. tn.-
sleeves, without any collar
- , si,irt bosom open and Ins pants
-it-i ng his scholar:
( t;iat wat.-r has tl
upon him as upon a mad dog.
'mmm wants socin mmu
A coLoKKi) Man fii: Vici: Pkes-
1DF.NT OK A Pl.ACj: IX TIIK ('AIII-
xet i:ecoux:tiox to i;e r.-ttr.
'Ihe following is an extract from j
Fred Douglass's speech at the ne
gro national convention: "Now
that we are free men we must, like,
free men. take the reins in our own
hands ami compel the woild t
receive us as their equals. This
'i,.v nietropolitan in size, cosmo
I'olitan in ideas, is htill not free
"'our praise but action. .We
have never been helped, but as-
sist a nee comes from all sides to
help us in our downward course,
jf wc come as cart-drivers orser-
vants we are received, but when
.. .. ....i,.,!.., .. o.,t. .,,.!,
the color line is raised. The col
n.,i ,nan i,L.l0ngs Dan opiuesed
ad ai,joot raco jn tlu. United
hold this convention "for it menaces
the. Kepublican party. Parties arc
made for men. and not men loi
parties. II parties do right, stand
by t hem; hut vyhen they do not
uphold the piinciplcs laid down
in their platforms, down with them.
Follow no party blindly. We have
1,'a,,"'l h,,w to t:,,k. M ns
siieak for ourselves about civil
rights. The stamping out of the
k Kepuhlicaiis of the South
has been done in the lace ol the
1,'cpublican party. The conven
tion should implore Congress for
the restoration of just ice and for
justie- ami for the abolit't.n of this
most det est able state of atlaiis.
The New York -'Kvening Post"
makes a great mistake when ii
says: 'Be modest, ou have been
but twenty years out of bondage.'
l hese officeholders are afraid of
our aspirations. We do aspire
ami will continue to do so. We
shall never cease being a oespised
iiiul excluded class so long as we
are shut out from political prefer
ment. We cannot ignore Ihe fact
that to this is to be attributed the
degradation of our race ICh-vate
one of our class to the Vice Pies
ith-ney or to a position in the cab-
inet ami our equality
lnersoil on Love
Robert lugcrsoll has a great
amount of poetry 111 his composi
tion, and utters gems of thought
as beautiful as any any ever spok-
: lean v mv . no , 0 "
the face you loved ami loved ami
And I to think of it. If a
iii-iii loves :. woman, sac does not
j ever grow old to him. and thr
j woman whv really loves a man
: does not mm that he grows old.
j He is not decrepit to her: he is not
! tremulous; he is not old, he is not
' bowed. She always sees the same
gallant fellowthat won her haiidaud
heart. 1 like to think of it in that
way. and as Shakesphcrc says,
"Let time reach with his sickle as
Jar as he :m: although
can reach ruddy
, , . 1 li ..I ll ,. l.i,,,r
1 . '
cnecKs ami n''i "i" ' .-"ts
I eyes, he canim! quite reach love."
J I like to think of it. We will go
) down the hill of life together, and
! enter the shadow one with the oti -i
er. As we may go down we may
hearthe ripple of the laughter of
1 ,.l.il.l...i, -in. I lli.. bints
mil j;i.i '
! of mi ing. and out h ami love will
j sing once more upon the
i branches of the tree ot
; love to I h ink it in t hat wav abs(
lute equals, happv and tree, all
nr ow 11.
The Tai Ixiro ''Sunt ht-riiei ' say -
j fiat on tin- imh m mis i in.
al,,,,,t - "l'"M K l!1TI"' moining. an.
,,( lid. v . l.tjwaiil uiscov eren some
I thing among his she. p, so he took
' his .mil to iiivestigaie matrers.
ue found two dogs with a sheet, i
A i "
apiece. He killed oiir oiitright ami
the other was wounded as he ran
off. The next day he informed the
owner oft he wounded dog what had
;tt his letliest the
Out of A llot k of
'hg was killed.
twenty-three seven hail Im-cii kilh-tl
and woiimled. We submit this
proposition to the voters in the St
legislators wno win nor give us a
" t protect sheep, are as n.ea.
as sheep killing dogs.
I Uli li.t 1 VUI 1 1 Ull,
NMl.'TH CAROLINA KXHU.IT
.1 y.i; tit:i:i.'s itrixntw
Accompanied b.v a party ofch-vcr
liieiitls from Wilson, the writer
had th, pleasure last eck ot vis- ,
itiug the expositions now open ami
in bill blast, at Huston. We notice
that very Utile has been said '
throii !i the new-jcpapers about the
Foreign Imposition, ami many be
lieve that the arrangement of the
Imposition is similar lo that ob
served at the Philadelphia Cctiten
nial w here the main building con
tained the exhibits from evcrv
Slate and country. But at Boston
this is not so. t here are two scpa
j rate and distinct Fx'Nisit ions, the
Anieiiean ami the l'.rei-n. hchl
' in buil, lings, erected for the our-
.,,. v..v,.i- .1 1.11...1....1 . n-.i, .....t
At the Foregli I'.xposition building
we saw exhibits from almost every
foreign country, and w hat was
eqitall.v interest ing to an Aim-lean
in many instances, representatives
from foreign countries came to look
after their ow u exhibits. Without
atteiniiting a description of the
inanv objects of interest to a visi-
fl. .i,,..,. ..... ......1,1 s:lv . ,,,.
i njIlioil tlis exposition is in many
respects, equal to the foreign ex- hn.-i s extensive exhibit at. P.ostou
hihits which attracted so much at- I w as. as far as far as possible, to
tention at the Philadelphia Centeii-I "'eel this necessity by atlracting
nial. jatleiitioiifr.ini abroad, displaying
Going over to the Anieiiean l!x j the products of h,r soil ami her
position building, the first thing natural resources and thcicbv en
whieh attracted our attention upon j 'ouraging emiiiigrants ami the in.
entering, was the North Carolina j V,:s,lletits of tine capitc.l neeesary
exhibit. This is in the centre of ,u ''illy develop her untohl wealth.
the main Hoof, anil the area occu
pied by it is oO x loo feet. Kvery
tlepral incut of the native imlus
tries of t he State is arranged with
stliking taste, ami though Mil -
rounded bv the inanv evidences
of the inventive ucinus. thrill, and
industry of the progressive New
Eiiglamh-rs. while looking through
our own excellent exhibit we felt
proud here to claim North l aiolina
as our native State. The Board of
Agriculture of oar Slate appn.piia
ted ten thousand dollars to defray
the expenses of the exhibition and
the labor of making the collection
ami arranging the exhibit at Bos-
ton devolved upon Mont ford
McGchce Fstp, State t'oinmis
sinner o! Agru iiil in e and D.
W. Dobiiey dr., State Chemist.
them and totheir assistants is tin
credit, winch tins excellent exinoit
reflects upon North Carolina, in a
large me asure due.
The exhibit of gems, ores ami
minerals from North Carolina was
the finest that we ever saw from :
We met, while 111 P.ostou, a young
man who wore a hcaulilul ring set
with a North Carolina Amethyst,
There are about to lots or dif
ferellt .specimens of ore t aken from
North Carolina soil and. it is salt!
that snme of the copper o.e from
this State is shipped to .Swansea,
Wales. '1 here were several beau
tiful .specimens of lllihlellite 01.
exhibition which atltracti-d much
al tent ion. This is j, new ly dis
covered green ciystal, w liieh may
be easily ami lieautilully polished
ami sells, by weight as high as
diamond. Prof. Win. P. Hidden,
wh .gave name to the crystal is
present at the exhibition to en
teltain those seeking information
relative to the object of his discov
ery. I he exhibit til' woods ami Inn
j her is also excellent. We were in
formed that tins department in
eluded 1 -li v ai ieties of rough lim
j her. up.vanls of 1.10 of finished
I wood, ami more than loo if.ue in
j varnish. We noticed a specimen
j of White oak. cut 17 feat from the
I ground, w hich uieasiiicd live ami
1 one half feet ill ill nuclei . I ht-le
! is a large Chest nut log 011 exhibi
itioll whose low el sect ion isholloued
j ol.t. ami a Boston paper is authnll-
ty for Ihe St iteinelit hat this
' was used for some lime, by a rail
I road in Ninth Carolina. a a ticket
s j ollice.
P The display ot siik w.um.s. raw
1- j silk twine-, ami threads was sutli-
j eiein to coin nee . tie visit-, r mat
the success of tin- silk industry
is not only a possih.lity . but a near
probiiiiihty in North Cilnlilia.
The display of lialivc wines was
very creditable, a. d the tobacco on
exhibition from Granv ille, was the
finest we ever saw.
Their are a numlH-r ol varieties
of granite and marble, obtain,
from different p jrts of the Sta'
i We iio ice-l a tine specimen of
grani.e from Wibon courify .
Considering the short tune al-
lotted to the department for mak-
ing the collection ami the season
of the jeai at which it was made
the display ol agricultural
,.,-u,i..t ;.! -..,-- .......i .i ,
i '""-" inongu we
Il-,V(' si'',x ,'lis d.q.artinent sur
,MM' i '''"s" 'Kin-
ouoii is mere m evei v form. As
all were looking at the exhibit of
corn wc were cry much struck
' with the remarks of a gentleman
from one of the Western states
who sbHul near us. As lie picked
up on.- of those long heavy cars of
...in he said: a state that produced
such corn as this ought not to bin
"stein meat." We Mushed to
concede th justice and force of
the rebuke. We were prepared to
liml that the North Carohna ex
hibit had Nvn a little exagerated
in the uewspajH-r accounts throu-h
'the paifal.ty of jts Iricmls,
,ewcre i.ll ,u. .,. .,,.,,
' when we saw tor ours(-,.N t hat ull
that ha. been said in its piaisu
was .leseiActl. That North Caro
'lina will be amply repaid for their
exhibit, which in its ;design am!
iiirangenieiit is more than a mere
l show to almost the idle gae of
, Hie curioii, visitor, is, we think be
yomi pera.lv cut ure. IT,,. .sj.mt
! ami temper of the excellent ad
dress of G.iN.riior .I.iivis mi,..
s.ke lor the South, the applause
with which it was receive.!, the
eoiirtesv ami delicate attention
shown to him as the Governor of
North Carolina during Ins visit to
Boston all go to show that there
is a hniia fi,lv reconciliation between
all once hostile sections, and that
the people are dete. mined hence
foith to disregard the sectional ci v
' ot blastant demagogues, and de-
: ote t heir . iiergies to tht prospei i
j ty ami wcll ue of the whole conn
try. What North Carolina needs
is that her soil, climate, ami re-
, sou ices should be known 0. .1...
w..rM. The object of North Caro
We repeat that the exhibit could
have been hit in the h Is of none
who w. mhl have .shown more zeal,
pride and untiring energy to ac-
I'""1!"1" ooecr lor which it
was '"'''"'el Hiaii Mr. M. Gehcc,
Dr. M.'ihiiey :i ii I their clev.-r as-
sisiiinis not. Hidden ami Mr. W.
II. Jvcrr, w ho has inanv friends in
Wilson, ami T. K. Pinner, editor
of the Watchman, a single man
(this for the hem-fit of North Caro
lina girls who may visit Boston
v. hl!e he is then-) ami the liaiui-
I somcst member of
lie State mess
i,s latinii. TI xhibit liom
North Carolina was. upon the
1 w Imh-, verv line, and the statement
j 1 hat i 1 lar surpasses tha't made l
anviuiier stale state goes without
1 contrail etiiiii. To attempt ttiineii-
lion everv flung of interest which
we saw at the American Fxposi
I Ion I, I .11 I. I
spi.ee. ami energy than w.
id our command, livery person
can liml something- to infercs
him there. After walking through
the one building until wc were tir
eo ami weary, we stopped at head
quiileis ,ii North Carolina imloi
million but we wcie unable to as
certain the whcicabouts o our
Irieinls. After sauntering around
or some time, we found each one
in tlillereiit d'-parlmciits indulging
; Ins Strongest piopensity George
Green had st. mk up w it Ii a man
who hail on exhibition an cav
opening cattle proof yate ami
the gelilleman Wils intently list
i eiilllg t he u-elul I ill pi o tineii I s siig
Igesiftl !,y Mi. Green. Ashley
Young hail louml soni' t liing excel
lent to eat and w as p ing the ex.
hlbltiil with humbeiY'S quest loiisas
to how best p, ,,n,. a prepared.
.IlinCl.nk w as learning the modus
; operandi of spinning yarns ami
remarked, as wc walked up, tl at he
h.nl -gt: it .low n line" but w-f siig
gested thai It Would be better,
l. -lore coating' to a lin.ii c ce hlsion
j upon tie- subject, to want until we
! ii-tui m-d home and saw .lohu Sel
1 by ami Mr. Hairiss. We all i left
' P.ostoti. all, r a stay' ofthlve i1;ii,h
h ghlv pleased w ith the v isjt.
A Test of Love.
In past ages, the Russians wcie
veiy inn. h distinguished ai wife
beat 1 1 s. and pcichanee went so lar
as to say tn.it, If in Muscovy the
"onic, arc beaten once a week
the.v w I! m t be good ; tl.eieh.le
they look tor it weekly. Ami the
wom.-n say. it their husbands did
Hot qead them, they should not
love then.." This seems incredi
ble . but singularly enough. Mrs.
Alkllisoii. iii one oi the most jeccnt
wot ks on Russia says : "A nurse
maul of mint! h it me folio married.
A shoit time ab'cr she wen? to the
Niitch.ila.sk of Ihe .lacc to make a
complain against her husband.
He imputed into the matter, when
she coolly tonl him that her hus
band did nor love her. He ;iked
her how she Lueu I.,' ...a i.-.vi.
her. ''Because.'' she replied, "he
m-v ei w hips me." She resented the
m gha t of h.-r husband to give her
those little attentions customary
ln-t ween man ami wife."
...j..; ri... i;.. ,. .. i'..... -
- .-jm. ..i me i...si.u , ..nou.-i
ial Bulletin, who deserves to In
strangled, says: -The veteran who
i.;ls -smelletl powtl. r' is th ch:ip
wi,o h is waltzed w ith mature mai
dens all summer."
l.llH-rl Visem will U- m i,, f..r 1 j,r. r
AJvrti!K?m.-ot.-. n 1 fur Contni,-tn l.j Oi V,-t
Csh must ,voiii;ijr ll A,lv..rti,n,.iit
unts sro.l rerorpn,e U iriv.-n.
A CHILI) STOLEN.
DRAGGFD THROl C.U 111 11
WOODS NIGHT AND DAY.
i. , ; .1 r .iM',
A special to the Atlanta Consti
tution" from New nan, Ga , dated
September '',ntl., say s ; The gen
eral interest excited throughout
the country by the capets of Ogle
tree, the kidnapper, led the "Con
st it ill ion's" leplesclitiitive to seek
an interview- with.loe Allen White.
The lift le !hv lias just cscud the
clutches of the demon. Thu little
lsy has Ih-ci. so much sought after
that it was with great dillieulty
that 1 could get him away Irom the
crowd to hear his story, which
here follows :
I N I ici;t) AW W.
My name i- Joe Allen White,
am nine years old, I was ai home
when 1 fust saw the man who stole
inc. It was Wednesday, August
'IS. He asked n.c to go dow n to
the spi.ng mid show linn where
somecovvs wcie; and when we got
Iheie hv picked me up and toted
me a hall a mile He then put me
dow n and told ma I had to go with
him to Tennessee, and work in a
sawmill. It was about !l o'clock
in the morning. We I rax filed
through the woods most ol the (hum
and passed through a great many
swamps. We stayed in the wo ms
the first night, ami 1 hail nothing
to eat until dinner the next day
alter I was stolen. He told nut hi
name was McBii.h ami that lie
lived in Tennessee ami owned:
saw mill, lie culled n.e lee, I iot
nothing to eat Irom Thursday at
dinner until Friday at dinner. We
did net sleep in but two white
people's houses all t lit) rest of the
WIII'I'KIl Wi l li A IIP hull V.
When I wit.- at Paint Rock,
about three uiiVx from home, I got
a little way. behind and tod. He
came back, found me, ami when
we got on Keel's mountain he eul
a hickory anil whipped me. 1 had
dinner nearly eerv day when I
was with him, but never h.nl any
thing to eat more than once a dax.
Mcllritle had live dollars, but paid
for nothing. He begged every
thing. He got a pair of hhoes ami
a hat. He had no pistol, but talked
about buying one. He (rax elicit
every day and some nights. He
got me a pair of shoes at Siml
Mountain, about fifty mile, from
home but my feet hail got so n ! '
I could not wear them.
IIKAKI) TICK limit I AUK.
We had travelled all .1 iv las:
Tiiftf.la.v ami until I o'clock at
night, and were fixing to be down
when wc heard the dog biikou
on i tracks. lie told no that it the
dogs caught n.c they would eat mt)
up, and lohl me to follow him
We ran into I lie swamps mid wood
until 1 o'clo.-k Wednesday evciine.
w In li they I mini u.e a. id he go!
away. I hml not hat! anv t hi., g to
eat since Monday, ami Hot le-t.-da
day siiice I was stolen, except a
pail ol a Si. inlay at Oak l-cx-l. A
good many time when we were
traveling he said l.e wauled to e;el
soii.et hing lo eat lor me and him.
He then lied my hands toyetlier
ami lied then, tn a bi.sh ami went
anil got soni! hing to rat, ami a
great in. my timcseat it all up and
gave me none. After I wais found
I was taken to Wr. .1. J. D. nni.,
ami kindly C'fetl lor Iheie until
fo-d.l.X. He bioilghl III ' to New
Ill... THK HAI II KIM SI'. It V.
.J.C White, the lather. ax: !
Willie. ive lor home tn-uioi i ow x la
Atlanta ami stop at the National
llotei. I discovered that my ou
wa-s gum- in four hours. 1 knew
by the next mo. inn g thai he wa
stolen, and have ber.i III pl.lsii.
ever since. I think Chaile Ogle,
tree is the thief. 1 live III .lacks,. ti,
Ala., near Gaih-y tank. 'J he
people tln-le hav e l-e.i kind i-liouli
to colitl ibute liniliev to get ll hnlne,
but can't know whether enough oi
not until I reach Atlanta and at
it i tain w hat it w i!l cost."
The lo. IS il timid eo.iliti y child.
ami it is impossible to get hnthei
details fiom him
CHild Born WitH Only Ooe Hind.
The Calhoun, Ga., 'Time" says:
-I heie is a child iii that county
which was Imimi with only one han I
Some month In fore his both a
brother of his mother had In
hand ami a jiortioii of hi fore arm
so badly crushed in a cane mill
that amputation wa necessaix.
The child's mother saw the ojera
tion pel formed, and also took hold
of the arm. ami the impression
made ujM.ii the nervous system
was so great that when the child
was Isirn that portion of hi arm
wa gone. Theehihl is now about
two years old ami is well formed,
with that exception."