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WM. H. BERNARD, Editor and Proprietor.
WILMINGTON; N. C.:
FHday, kpi iiSthj 1878
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IS Remittances most be made by Check, Draft,
Postal Money Orderi 'or Rerfsterod Letter.'; Poet-
Masters will register letters whenStesired." V " .'
ZW 6nly sncb. remittances will, "be at the risk of
the publisher. i , .;; . -;, -; aovi:? f
' Specimen cpplej) forwarded bea detdred. .
which he deniesyTiave ; been" fonnJ7
which, if written by hiin, would es
tablish his guilt, sj Wo have seen lhat
the able 7Ymea ridioules amUnViects
their authenticity. Such : isthe
thus far. '" r
"tton. 0 u it o w rTvte w is iLnafa part Ts"
belter thferi non that a half loaf is
. , ...... - ., ... . ,
LHan nciread. "v. isr '
r!""rwi i int.5iifnf rre Air.
rtosement to ail concerned caiL? be
Tpindle. while weconsumed fifty seven and
a half pounds per spindle. I' bas become
generally conceded that tbe South was fast
takingjnto he own faandrthe manufacture-1
ui cuaree cottons. . ue was' suuaucu, muio-
over, that the .South could. manuiactuie
"TiiUn tV'aeklearrtne OHlttwtd Kcnf-
'fletoufaa Attempt o ;.. Capture
Iflm He I;siio at -and : Oeeper-
Th'i lucerne TmZ
According tthesiVashlngton cor-
HONOR TO TjBR DBtD.
The monument of Thomas Jeffer-
By a special telegram to the Stab ffrom
- Sheriff ircUUiij erne upoa Job. toct
The Southern manufacturerrhethoughC lear, tbe outlawed Scuffletouian.on Sunday
would be able to turnover his money twice n:ffhi .imivt t o'clock in Cumberland
n.t.ll T V . : nnia .1 I - - ...
THE ..CENSUS AND REPRESENT A
I ;: j tion.
The; ninth census, is to be taken in
1880.' The present Congress will pro
bably lake some necessary steps to
wards providingfor its ' being taken
witb;f -possible accuracy and full-
sdris" toW reaTredrThmtemr
in vmeago to jne meoM-y,oil:pte(p:uen
A. Douglas is nearly completed. Ken-
tuoky -' has appropriated -OOi Ho
build a monument' teuatev1
f 50,000 mon o men t to be paiqfpr-ou.t
a great calamUy to
hundreds of thousands, of people if
the strike shouldaUy Wu,, W , pilffiXXiZ cpuntv.ud ordered hUn to Burrender. He
Ptrtmusliioirvthwrdisiiqo litvvf had,been in the-bauit of Iweighincher cot-!
gard.ejd. anibf9jHeeee8ajjjylsaw9ng ,
tons by, sizing them with a solution of. pipe
clay, starch and' epsom salts; and labeling
them. American goods. John i Cbinamau
had discovered this little eame. and was
wide enough aWake to know1 where' ;hls
beat;lAV?5estaJay,iU,ir.,f,r 4l; vir.ni.-. ?!
i "Mr.Uoffln said that the oblect of his
y hrf l was tO' present these facts and try td
sur tue . people up toa sense of their oppor-,
tunities. The ' South ' had' tbe labor, the
Water power and the raw materia), and she
could manufacture coarse, cotton-eoods. at
leasts, cent cheaper per pound than, .they
at the jexpenselpf appreiativjftiflLjji' utM ftl iuiUalLyr nn uyti- -ol could ije manufactured in .JTewi?nglandV
BvmDathetio Englishmen, nd tiashd Vj I r'We can) but hope : that - not far in
8iJ iM..tre nunareas oi new- coiiQn
ftr,?1 mills lt-be !1tt- operation -'in the
ing hun.iti is thought fatally, but , jt being
dark'at tbe time be managed to craw)' un
der1 a bou3 aid finally 'made 'biV escape?
He was 'tracked for half uiil ! W (imbrel 4
yesterday) tnoroing by Ihaiblooduframi his
wpunsut ws not pvertakep.y ,Xhe, S.jie-j
riff left.a vpw in pursuit of. him,aid (hinks
lie will be captured .soon, jjocklear. bad
uecu wuruoguu a larui tur nuoat six weeas,
where be was sbbtffakfng an afctrre part
Sunday schools and other religious eXer-'j
pises. ;but Was not known by hia right name.. I
I -J ! ') f: i iJ ! lit)) Jcl f 5 n
Accidental Death of a Former Wll-
-respofidertt of the- JUchmond Dis-
patei ihelincorae , tax f bill will em
brace, theifollowioL' features:
ti.Thibilliiakea- thetax on alf chew
ing and smoking tobacco, incloding
fine-cut, and on snuffy 16 cents per
pound. The tax on tobaptfo Js j Acrw
At 4wntsr and an snnft32.iUa. .-Qft
cigars i. wakes, fche, axiJA.jPetri ti09.
instead f $6,. and on cig,arettes $1 25
per J 0Od ih'stfei of f 15 f
they'weigh o?ei" 3$ ' poUiiUW W the1
1,000. when they are to beliUxelUs'
cigars.?: : :.v ....... ' -
! (The,tax,ion thafraihs jurofils. nahii
v ..... . ' - - 1 - '
h& a 2411,. in Ashevm?
UU.VILI iiuanauo urirren
appeal has been raketf." "
-- ---- nvtrs. upiore last.wbil(
lOOllsll V nillir ni r ""fWUlie
me urv, iris since died." 1 J
1 CH upon
vrh i"esol u t ion " to
i income. or every person residing in I
I , tiifccu.wJiaLeH, anu oi evpry. ,0111 1
01 - umieu otuteff -resiaine 1
aoroaa, Juerived" from Lhy- Bonrca
And 19 .(every,i person rer
not a cjtizen thereof, or from rents of
owned by aDy pcrsWreeiding with-'
1 -.-. - - - - r - ; " . w- iuoi 1 II
r, T """cisiiju county to Vot
bcheaokor Chief -Ju.nice viriuallv faiipH
aDdHhedeJegatts are lett free (,V1J ;
j JKaleighiV3romonow the
author tturs: aJischaeifjcomV the Stat,.
- vy"icu iu 01 sjra. county of lar
i 3j6esfiwwa)j iniriViends of the
Methodist X)enuaaiOQ tn'thisi inivn tm... :a
Clded to hutld & neiu hiiV.ir ....
kger Means seema to be catchintt ituu
aroanScheucK frftods are pfrticj
aHy heavy on him,; , J ; ' 11 .
Argus: The colored
taken 'i in .
the 'South. If the
I - a T-v v
nmrtirtai -. .1 -lAkito t m Aa,ft ,.1 ! - - - i . ?
a question or twew-a Has Nortbv Caro- UUbiJsJmJA'iJ--ylu3i2u . n-r iil ,nefa"ye ana, nave showed satisfactory
' k' -1 . t . I iNMIIIM. XII 4 .1. II n I II III rCKM 1 VI 1 Ul'Orir It ' r-'i
lina no e-reat- men? - 'Rah- hMr'Z&KVZZ 3Z1 Tesulta
r.-i;-i 1 .--V :WLJ ;5aW1tt,t S818 svofmreght f r
: - N i .-," "uT.-Jior tenl Tnifev arW'nnr'fifilVrtkah Vk-fP I: iTo.save- such mishanafa futurei for w
North Carolina j.no , . appreoiatioajL, . . J ' ;do not wish to disturb the Dlacid temner of
hf. aniR-no rftHtd; fnr,,, ilUaU yearrgo, but oir friend;; willo be kind enough when
. . .. . . l;efrVerifmt.noanYH dnfn.tii fnfrcnar I 5&aneine the meanine of words to ndvpr-
vicea rendered? ! VVhere are 'themn0 ; A .t x... . . Vise. the fact in the Star, which so briehtlv
i - . . s . : w ii. ft i.i i i. n:-wMKiai bt .a tti m i bbi fi n ca - a. : w- . 11 v-b t . .- ,
nett and others
strength, of the South had been given
it might have effected the New Eng
land and Middle '' States ' representa
tion. We trust the Democratic House
will see ? to it that the next census is
fairly managed. . An exchange says:
On the basis of a "Rebresentatire : for
every 150,000 inhabitants, the State of
Texas, now having but six members in the
House, expects to be represented by twenty
members in - the Forty-seventh Conjrresa.
Missouri, Illinois,1 Arkansas. Kansas, Ne-
1 T . win l , x ir; .
ui ttjiva, xuwb, tt iscoa&ia ana juinnesoia
are likewise calculating on an increased
representation, while the Northern States
will endeavor to
The fact, therefore.
the time is near
Ilall of .Bepresentatives
to be enlarged.
three handredMdlwo. wbioitek.ai. .11 ,. Ri,.l nmM manuractare, of. bagai I reifie.'- A weekly ' bulletin headed-
" uantuu, . Aauei7i. II l, .. .. '. -iff v . - - , - . n..i ...t' . ...
, cuuf to uuna a new
church, on the site recently bought of Mr
pohn T. Patrick, on the old plank road'
I - 1 he different schools iu our town we
fiong,ad l 8a' '" flourish,S comli-
t ,UD' ! - . '4 ':
K 'Alamance Gleaner ; VVe were
kt Hillsboro last week at court: The capital
bases,'S6me threeorToiir WPTP all r..ni;.,...l
l mi . r -..vuuuuucu.
the interest on , government 1 what Ab hirrt ?ir4hf5Sfci.fS.ln
this city, where he learned the trade of a
machinist, " having jnarried ai daughter 'of
shines for all.Rifet Observer.: . i- : I townsman, MrAsa A. HartsfieldUis
W' can suggest a better plan. . t.e't I fami,J ar,e t present on a vwiMoltheir relT
the Censor Morum of the Press and l8 aod riendmahis, pity, lincludipg
plungimt j into culvert which t bad been j ,ncud the aafi)4S faf jojembers of
washe.d 'Upby a heavy rain..; The -scene of
the , disaster .was abovt pine miles, from a lerf aiJW bat we heard, Oribgeiwiil be for Ruffl"
place called Meridian. 'JMr. Hewlett, about! bdridA VmUA6f farnisi:-' for either Chief or Associate Justice.
nr troaro f . ;' -.Un-'i-i-.1 cept such as hre ; direct! v contra rrred ; t1
w. wcu b.uowu iu i ; , i, . . 1 '.'.tTT. o.ury xunorter : . Ti. n..
VVi lUOiiaiUHV., I.' t .11.-? ' : . I i . It. r . V . . au-
. . . - rr - i ouiy remaie institute
-i HK irrir u orin arx?
11 Tfa WW
yiason, i,aswe ana -liiiiingion, nar ib . M t,uJoJ Xni ,j r. .f tbe mother of the deceased.' wbe e thev re- W UrTjTrrrr --H
other State with1 such ahavkl uea's i ."C TaJ?. 't SrTWSTa ! ana 8tale what words death, Mr. Hewlett was formerly eJW Kk .TCwT
builflintr in n.in ..
brOPTPSS (if pn)-i rirnm.ni 1 . .. i j . -
ineexemptiqnsare the rental value ta lepgth of eighteen or twenty feet Tbe
pHM 6m'dt'ead Wneif nsed b P'.'fibal building was considered lar?e
any perion Or bis; f amil v. military I'of l "ZI" rui" uute remarkable
success of tbe
tinn (a tka nnliiuniinn f l f..L!Jj".. j '
Johnston Blakeley wottldot have v. iwp.HWfrai i roiuue.,, ana wnat meaning d
had portrait or buit onstatne itorsay attach to their own wr-
...j w-gv.TOMw,. wuj.viH ouuvir i tings. ' .mat wouia -prevent all oeca-'
death. Mr. Hewlett was formerly ernj &6.J bid debts MhVtradamWrJt !bf
ployed on the Montgomery & Eufala rail- I Uteres paidi ambani paid for rent or
xoau, out .ji.au receotiy accepted :., position J ,9.r tp.puUivate land pr toLcoridnpt
nr f DA All., nft.. 'jfrOU .... 'L . m. ' 1 nnn Vin knt if 1-1
Ltlunt A ' fir. Pliallon.vrvna vnna Hi,. I mi V nt.VlPr hnsinaaa f.Am n.li!.k
remains of the unfortunate eeotleman are I is derived, the amount 'paid for rent
BCnOOl. - and Its ama,n
popularity makes more loom a neces;tv
bef oretbe.opniog or. tbf third session .
'ra Charlotte Observer : Yesterday
Afternoon two young women of this city left
pn the north bound train for Richmond to
mu .mogMaicu iuguie ia tnat cilv
hflvinir fafA1mtnArl In n I. .1 . I ... -
the space in the ball, crowdins it. and it
1 J 1 -1 s . . -
wouiu oe impossioie
chamber. j Under'the last aDDortionmeat
the representation in 'the House was in
creased lust fifty members, from two hun
dred and forty-two to two hundred and
ninety-two. Since then Colorado bas added
one to the number. Besides which there
are eight Territorial delegates, on the floor.
seated. Members of the present Contrress
who seem to have a life lease on their seats
lavor the plan of the House of Commons,
which would compel members to carry en
. iueir corresponaence in committee' rooms.
auu limit luemseives 10 tne f transaction of
ousiuess on me noor ot the Jtlouse.
expected to leave Montgomery for tlda nlty
this morning at 10 o'cldcfrkikl'willproba-I
bly reaeb'bere to-morrow (Friday)' eveurarf.
j.,..,. iiuh. uat uii. usruuciu. Upuu. rcr-jl
ceiving the dispatch alluded to, hurried.
other great men !; we fboast oE .were: .WiJr-I ;pai, ana jingoistic Sciepce,
. . L . ., . , , . "It-Utairdry cwdUaMe tO ourenterprise,; leip OrAra TST i
ornaments to their raw. t aba febed' wigB,t....u,. uraers Wo. 1. ...
ereat fflorv UDori our StaW u Werarrgu,H9J!bifi,l'dli W;tMnbortbj Southern: 8re hereby allowed to tise, fcc. By
great giory upon, our otaje., t.,jyere )e(tt hnACaJII nrilalfiri.-ri. Ji,w. : . i ,, , , ,ti , .... ,y J
none of these worthy nfthn ohl . or" !tat5eiBthafar. S ommana ot fedagogus of the
j -i : . , . r .-.'--a
tho Kmohv &mnnr, n. r.n :n..Mu. laueatiauMB cvQiafueracsaouRi n have 40i
in the late war we have two names'
ing bis bouse was Droatrated bv the effpoia
of the shock be bad received, but at last a'c
counts we were pleased' to learn that be
was reebvering u n .- j-V i
Anion jt onr fallfiti hprnrvj. ' caniMMStsaouia all iiaVp 40i "ra'Ju merarcny ot betters," would
Among our iauen neroeai lwirtd,wmrtIf , . s . ; .
The Rocky Mount Mail, Charlotte
Democrat, Oxford JFree Lance, and
possibly other papers have been
criticising quite justly the bad prac
tice of exacting pledgespf candidates
for the Legislature as to whom they
will vote for Senator. S This repre
bensible action brought trouble once
before, if we are not mistaken, and it
that are worthy to be forever cher-?
ished, and well worthy of the patqt
er's art and the sculptor's skill. We
refer to Pettigrew and Pender., ,
"What constitutes a State? '
Not high-raised battlements ; or' jab6rd
mound, " ? 1 ( uiti
Thick wall or moated irater r.i- 'i-t
Not cities proud with spires and turrets-
Not bays a'nd broad arm'd norta
Wheref laughing at the storm, rich navies7 j
nue: -i - - .:i t- ' . HI'
: . , . . ,. ..
No : Men, bieh-minded men. , ' .
nno Know weir .rights, aod.knowing, dare
maintain, w: - -
These constitute a Stale." ; :
miles distant by ocean route, when couoU;
leascrea of 'landtdecially adanted fhr U
growih of hemrrAl jute now lie waste ous
: the rery borders Df -tbe region their Produce;
- could supply. Millions of dollars mliM hw
i saved fa anally ie ourSwitben agrlcultu
irists. and millions more added to our na-'
; tionai ..-wealth," 4f r ttfes enterprise of our
citizens were' but equal to the opportunities
iuai viiinaie, aoii, uonmited area, and active
borne and foreign industries combine to
U-uil Su;.l-i iti
be the very thing.
We await further
Worth a Trial. f
The Newbern Nut Shell is informed by a
aving determined to abandon th.iif :.'t
tbame they have been leading for several
venra ..: nhaliu Tn..!,..!. it -
pf resiaerifie r6rselffor fkrnily;' a'bd listing for an engagement during the sums
amount paid for usual : and ordinary jrwjtb .Dr. G. K. Bagby, proprietor of
repairs ;tbe salaries d the President' fhe AUanUc Hotel, Beaufort.
-.Tviuauuro uuessenger: A band
gipsies passed bete' last week
outUward. : ' They gravelled in two waeons
an1 IhoTe fihrane ttTAM -i. l ' i .
fxii fit . i . , i i- oo nac iu ciceiient conni-
ine Diiit provides. i that UieL tax for I tion. , One of the
1378,iiQnJd.pomnt3pce an the lst . pt 4?ld ring on one of her.fingers about which
July of this year, and not date back lhere ma be !ome(r mystery. In weight it
to the'lt of January 1 fttf" ' -ii i Kir" 1"W elual to lhat f dollar and a half iu
. i lJ7? '575 , a ' fii ver Coin,' and bore the following inscrin-
Pn.Vtf;l tion: "John Davis to Col. Jos YeaS
patd.tf thetlLcometa.fawi;ia 1878 March, 1871." i
apa .unitea otate,, Jdages and State
r". " - .... ; ibgiaiaviic, juuiuiai i .
The following are the soldiers
e war, and who
but two donations
nflpaa I Vi am "
It is not a vy favorable time just
now to embark in nrifthrt'.ViqtfYirnMfV-i
ring in the South', bat even as low as
luauy guous axe runng mere is money
in tne business in all of. the Southern
again if re-
can only bring t trouble
f. v. ....... 1 . 1 r . 1 . ... .
owi to.! ji course wis will oe a
bid for independent action on the
part of aspiring gentlemen. The
offices of the State belong to the peo
ple and not to two. or three or a half
dozen men. Elect good true, capable
men to the Legislature . upon their
merits and .principles and .then let
them elect the best men to the U. S.
Senate. " The Democrat says:
"If the bad practice, or unutunl m-nUj-
of pledging candidates to favor nwnx.naiT.i
ticular man ia the Legislature ia contiiued,!
mo ovum win oe . iaii ot 1nderandent"
THE ENGLISH LABOR TROUBLES
The labor strikes in noX&CA1
sumed a 'portMtoMVtStVp
some compromise canrnot be effected iX" u?iru. l?89lro. S
very serious results miist follow.'The
'The Raleigh Observer flays ' thatf
the-Stab "adheres to its statement'?
that Tilden beat Vance in North
Carolina. This does - not exactly
represent'us .fairly. . The Stab has
said nothing about the. vote of 1876,
since its 'first' reference
We a wait the proof, v. The Observer
has stated both ways. It admits that
it published first that Tilden led; it
now says that Vance led.: When
the evidence is forthcoming! we will
give it. VVe do not claim to be one
of the infallibles. :
correspondent that the yellow jessamine i i4F, . .frau.dalent, Jvbo lost their sight in th
flA- V- ''-Lii. .-vJJ "il return of his mconfe tax' he mav be have never received but
.fined not less .than. Moore's Creek, Peuder county; J. H. Ham-
Coia ' t ... V T. -I ndidted inhy'riurt' of theUnited- onl: ie State: Zim B. Blowers, Swan
rats and mice, and that be baa satisfactorily S..?.?? Jf. U DUe Quarter, : Hyde countv: Cvin v.Z?
tested the remedy unoo his oWn niMia.R. rr:!'.!!;1"16"-0 -?0 Pitt countvV David J. Manr
. . " . " i- ... oarainviaiinn ia tinnri nnf. . u i r, - , - "
;i t.ir.rfTM u uucu uva ICB8 ' iiiiait i iuuuniitjreeK. rpinar oniintn. i l-f u .
states tbat have- engaged in it. It is
aihatter of ':dafiyTf surprise why the
ynr readers well understand the po
sition the Star has, taken from the
tnoods:c.;Here ,m,;thi 3putb,; begirining in reeafd to Pdnr.
stopping of two hundrdjooms must Wlth,vits agnificent .i water .power, Hayes. They will see from the follow
not only lie felt seriousjV ia Ensland, ! Jn.hero hf'r5 aterial;isrown,- ! ing concerning Senator Gordon, the
but it would exert' a-nalefuL influx Georgia , Confederate
enge upon our; country, by catisin a ; ""X f"tvrWffa0lHIe.?anwne soldier, that he stands upon the same
slffl further RF:?.?! just and conscientious platform that
cotton. This is onej;vie.u ,Qn thft f w Qtbe.natarM dyan- we Jiavo occupied all along, and they
other hand itimay be said.hatt H- : 8 ' eaino doubt: that will, see -what as thorough goingfa
will benefit America matmf aciurefs Z : ? " aclQr,ng democratic paper as the Washington
in o mnnV. . :n ::ii" ,-Jiiii if ui ucuuinv UDS OI IDA tfrpJiT. inrlna. I : il, r :. o .
candidates th mmmr wTs" WT " "i, ft "TA . in .ui: ?aidTi r-r.;.i r r;JuaMi v. iu .pays tne rosc
.1.0 be elected." n i - - : flood the nglish ' matketl' with Ahtix Tiftb - - of th : r
! 1 iiaaavBaaammmmaei " - ill ivi a : a t a av 1 . . . -
own fabrics. " If? I -..Mcul yu;? h f .Jdifftsy-jMtwIfBft 8WJeiWi. r "Senator Uordonis quoted as saying that
4i - . . ltlAH a.1 : ? : 1 . v M Ii ho la "in nn a Ana a a Iaa Jam f. v . 1 -
We have not tPltiLvJ V eup,y.JMauajiestftni OiVSl 7U T . KJre? 4u 1 w or against we
e nave not seen any English I TO. . , . . . , . . . Administration: that he stands bv it when
statements of the causeflof.the tsreat h;" interviewed tneleadw itlsYigbr, ad jsagaiustlf asfreewheff
o.,: . . s. JiibnslnessrrieBhd'talkeawltb ibm MtiTn?-. Th! M abk statement of
tiiaw is bo lnrminent mat lead Iv i2.s ,itP T, : " ", an admirable attitude."
us to sunnose that tbMK;UriH:; :abn6. cotthahuWctu'rio '
duction is 8nraAr l1; iU:: WUed Soutll'W ftom WIImDtx,o l9 g.r-
and overbearing spirit that capital? is . r0"!; arolipa, itbat. he mbnd 2tCpafcA says that Messrs. Merrimori
flowers, and will eat them in preference tb
anything else. This is simply a certain
and harmless remedy as an exterminatd'r,
and should be known throughout the land.
-! . I - j-..
For the Star. ,
Railroad ITIeetlne at Barsaw. . '
TJ uii a n. fcr tf A ! at a
JttR. JIditob: The Committee of Ar.
rangements for tbe railroad meeting to be
ucm uwe ou nr eanesaay. May 1st, beg leave
to make the followino- a nnnnnmont.
First That the object of the meeting is !
to inaugurate a movement, for constructing
a railroad from this town to some favorable
point in Onslow, to be hereafter selected.'
second mat tbe Festival to be held
here tbat day will not interfere with the
railroad meeting. There will be t hue
enough and room enough for both. ""'
: Third That speeches may be expected
from the invited Speakers, John D.' Stand
ford, Esq., of Duplin, Jas. Q. Scott Esq.t
of Onslow, Major Charles MJ McClajnmy,
of Pender, and Capt John N. Stallines, of
the Wilmington Democrat. '
Fourth That there will be bo intoxica-v
tin IT liauors sold here that Hnv h' - (
Vjlle, Yancey county. Wilmikqton Star.
i'r tVarfenton , Gazette: If there
Cvfcr was a Legislature that got the laws iu
jniteh Ar.MFr.nSnn J i 1
in savings banks shall be exempt from legislation than our last one. we are not
.uo laAauuu imposea on DanK deiios I Dunuay scnooi, or 4a
Its unless the ' amount deDOsited- bv P?Plls a9'J six teachers, was organized at
one individual firm ..L.; " xicoron last aunday, with Mr. VV. H. Pal-
ceeds $2,000. It is also Droided that
no bank or '.banker shall be liable to
said tax upon '' any 'sum,' upder th e
name of deposits,1 which shall appear
to be deposited with any other bank
or banker, and which , is subject to tax
as deposita- with . . such , last - named
Reanlca or Artificial Shad Hatching.
Special to Baltimore Sun-. :!
I . ! 5 tt ! Washington. Aniil .22
! . A r.rvmr.;o;c j u i i oears to otner artic
L1I 1 . " t iHW" -Pj'. ry " 1 1 Liddell&Co. have just added to their ma-
Taccey has rnldup to date 40,000 pounds
ot, bacon, payable iu cotton the first of No
vember. This speaks badly for the far- :
mers of that section. Star .j
, Charlotte Observer: Speaking of
the low price of cotton, Mr. William Cald- !
well, of Alexandriana, in this county, iu- ;
formed us yesterday that about the year
1840 he made six bales which be hauled to i
Cheraw, 8. C. over a hundred miles and "
sold for $440 per hundred. He agrees witb I
us when we say that the price of cotton is
hot so material as is the relative value it
bears to other' articles.. Messrs. J F I
6;p",'".uSv. ,"e spe-i enmery a new and improved lathe for the
Cial request 6f the Fish Commission- I turning ot iron, and now have it in onera
iers Of iVirgitiid North' Carolina ' and J Moq- -11 weighs 7,000 pounds.
Georgia, to tBsti thefiiciency .ofi al : : Ilaleiir h, News- (W Vfla m;n
Fifth That the public at large are invited I NfPPWioTentqby Mr.,T,;B.', deliver, on the 28th of May. a lecture at
l en-1 4? erguHon. ine r isn vommissioner of I "rceuviue, xi. u., ior we benefit of the M.
take 1 Maryland: for hatchintV shad, tri'thia I c.Qurcn at that place. Court will be in
M.i.a (. , ri i , ,J , 'j.. w , r - I KeSSlOa l&eM t fhn tim'o .A ,1, A
ne tne -necessary ftorrt.ntirtri ' ia i . ,v- w ., .uu mcueuu
The scandal , started
venerable .pishbp McCoskry, of the
Episcopal Church and J the diocese of
- o--j . "vrvf witu'jut proper
foundationand lis merely a vile at
tempt; to ruin the character of an
aged and eminent prelate ! The Phila
delphia! Times;; which : is almost al
ways fair as well as able, remarks
concerning this ' ne w con tributioo to
the epidemic of nastiness:; ! 1
.. "wf bave read With a good deal of care
toe in II stnrv nf flia iilmu . t- .
rn : .TT JTJ'T a?lu"? 8aoP SO,
bor. So far from
i i nMgn investigate;the present condi-
oauuiiuK in iHuesiiner . w.L.x, v., . .
Lnji..f "WiMvu:. p'v vl uuttoa-iQanuiacinres, and as--and
yet necessary IarJ t. -t-.r--t'r--T---. ...
thi tun;tZ.? wu"fc wereinereaieapAbillUea
-"a. wwuik . auo 'Utaxc:a ' it , 1 iw 1 l m lnirinn ri . r
... . i f- -T I'nr t.ha Snnlh f m.f..i.. nr ."fBi v. ; iuu 10 lYOlQ lUB
we gathe from'Englwh.'-accojiirt.i'. ' " " WA1 e . 4nger. of Hatteras, and ultimately to be.
threatened rednctioln i;la A T!-1"1" B ni,Sllt ,MiV) come a part of the . mat line of iniprnii
lely by necessity. .An Iriexpoiblft ! ttVTZITT " V. V. 7 g. lon D .WT ""P'oposed to con-
forces manufacturera 'to ufi; "Tir" ""' pme nne rtef . me mouw ot we Mississippi, Wd the
hours of labnr r--MZ;r U2Mffif Pe wvrld. of tbe Gulf of) Mexico and a - canal
and1 ttahsom will next week call up the bill
appropriating $10,000 for the survey df a
ship canal route from Norfolk, Vai, to
vy ilmjuglpn, N. C. . This is
? i" OOOLO'JJ !( ....In,
those thit m.ffaAi " :L! VrWKK me WOWClJ
BncL ' 'ivL -Tl ii) I KWrV6r, 'thatiit'rests' With the SontK
"rf ivgerf;Pays,.AnatTie em-B ; fM&mJitU.W&Mai ihur
documentary. Wfs wariTw S Wi Peters ! to abandon, it raibe OTrvVT;
McCoskry, as 'nublished in th Phi-i.
2ww, the journal whicli allowed its col- law
umns to be defiled.with it, and can reach
no Other conclusion than that it is a delib
erate and shameless attempt to involve a
venerable servant of the Church in dis
honor for the sake of the sensation to
which it must give rise. The story is
ly improbable in itself, ia view of the
liar infirmities of the accused clerirvan. siness no lono- 'Ti ZX i B(?WT pit'rests' With the South
ana were is nothing in the accomnanvini . - : " ;ry,j m wr
nothing in the
T "Droofs", tha
straw as . evidence. The loitara .i
bave bee written by . him to the young
woman with whom bis name bas been asso
ciated are not such as an educated man, or
any but a fool, and a : fool of. a very com
monplace : pattern, would , write. At all
eventa, person of Bishep McCoskrv's
Ori the1 other hand hotK tha ru:..
go 3ftt'e t and 4nPtreaC.the
maa?W:fia:tter paper has
- wnai,. iu its : issue of the
19th;.oh the Bishop; which begins as
follows: '' ' ,.; :.. 't'-.' '. "
, f'The story of the fall of Bishob 'McCoa. is needl
Krey, or jjetroit, is the story of a man who ; the
surrounded ' bv the best i lnflnm,-J , 7?? - '
church, and guarded from ordinarv t- actuated
el the.teach- and sim
r ISgypt?-Having !bers6riallv
r mow,- vuy-wer&l i-'Lti.': ai.-iJi ? .L;-- riwi.-f. ,..
only lessening their capitat ombkr-
! tu'sAn 'il mVa" i ,w;?a8ea inat. England
tion. At last frnoelfedto
through Florida, . with the waters of the
Northern lakes.. Of course this work will
have. to ; be done in sections, and it will re-
quire years to complete it. . The sections
first in importance are those which are tb
enable i ships ib stormy weather to avoid the
dangers of the North Carolina and New
Jersey i coasts. i The correspondent adds:
A Senator tb-day called : attention to the
small boat can .now
Lawrence from, the extreme
nland water route."
VVe learn that there was a most deterr
mined attempt on Sunday night last to
burn the store of Mr. J. J. Gay;at Phoa
to attend. " suitable - amusements and
3oyment3 or a vocal character will
place. Respectfully ;; 1 ' :
X ' "' : E.R Williams, ' -1
;"!': ';- S. P. Hakd, . ! ,
I ; A. HrWnxiAirsv1 s
.. . , 'V . "! ' ' R-'NCoLLtRs,-' '";
i, " ' W. J1L COWAN
.' ' l'--- r,": R. M. Cboom, . ;!
Committee of Arrangements for the Rail1
road Meeting.- ' I ' -
; a. iv
ConveRtlato of. the Demoeraile. Party
In New Hanover Coaaty .
. ' A Convention of the Democratic' Party
at the' Court House, in tbe cityjof Wilming-1 taken-. Though thp work' 1iar"onlyi
ton, ai o o ciocx, on oaturday, the 4tb or oeeu prosecuiea tnus iar this season
May,, to appoint Delegatesrto the State, Ju lut a little over two weeks, yet the
dicialand Congressional Conventions. . :Taktiu il-rAiJ.u2i Vj,' '-
Each Ward in the City ahSTdwnV J1Vi??P!wha;8wler-
ship in thejDounty wiU be entitled to vote? nan.that attained during any entire
in said Convention, according to the Dem- previous BeaioW 'aMd'. Mr: 2FtrnR6W'
ocratio vote cast in said WvdrsTownahip, wilf atflvVitf
for Governor iu tbe last Gubernatorial elec- terftoop;'
tMeetings of the Demote taraitn na young saaa leriaislnbution, io
cpoose delegates to
be held in the several
on Tuesday evenine.S
i i The First Ward will
HalL , -'!.
. Tbe Second Ward will meetVt the- Court
.House. ' -j . . '., -. -.-.J- '.
The Third Ward will meet at Mu'udsV
anriar will 1...V.1 i . . . , . .
toin K- ;.w;i- J i: .. f," ue large. U. B.
'SL IT1 ' . - ""p'UK, aoiiaton,., a prominent lawyer of this
."JTiSieam machinery,!, instead ot! de-I place, ex-member of th T.fcrifiitnr0 nH
pending upon a current 6f waer. This'l fbairman'of the Democratic Executive
apparatus ii kept partly upon scows' $"b .ed :
larichored ' ne'thfislnnff -statfonsH SS? J11010
janJ partly upon steam- launches and! was in co m last week, and made a speech
steamers ; engaged i ia oollectipg,. the I f Q a case in.which he was employed.
th? difrV w "ffS-W 1 -Newbern Aut Shell: Our colored
.Meistpersuasion are '
!" "w ouvi arc uow uciog i utiug preparations to Duild a new churcb
on onnson strejt, near Cedar Grove Cem
etery. " A gentleman from Boston, on
a visit to his friends in the country, speak
mg.of.j hard times, observed that bis wife
had; lately expended $50 for a habit His
friend replied: VHere in the country we '
P?b ial,!?w our wives to get into such ha- !
nits. . . A' colored boy named Peter
Jones, about fourteen years of age, was in 1 1
bathing, in company with four or five
comrades; it the railroad wharf Saturday,
.itmiunfiieu.: i .
Statesville ; Americans While
men. were running a horse race in Tay-
.211 jt " ' ....
. ., ri1i!jBTBBsfiirEOrHApnl '23iV .I; boy carelessly got on the track and wasruo
! .ine venerapie Ur,1 John Amngton. YYwy one pi we norses, and received in-
'nKn'oA :ilUU .'iL '-lL-'JLi': 'J--' - - I furies which have ainnn nancorl him ..ih
nuwonmuew was iiieiiiinnpn in
mv ir. . . , ... r Vv.-.
. : v atieran uiness ot abonti Un. son or the late Dr. J. M. McLelland. of this
Township 4o elect seven 1 W.H t.4Pe P.wase with wbichMhe; 1 c"oniTi i ana a talented young divine,
The Fourth and
be designated soon
Jiiach Ward and
The Township meetings wiU be heid on'
Tuesday, 80tb. lost., at noon, at the usual;
polling places, unless other places' may be
agreed upon by the voters 'and tbe! Execu
tive Committee man of the Township. . ,
? Each Ward Will elect also two Executive
Committee, men, and each: Township one,
which shall constitute the .County Execu
tive Committee, and tbe tnembera of 'said
Committee in the City of( Wilmington , the
City Executive Committee, said Commit.
tees to bold office from the Convention.' 4th
If S1 a1 . -a
was, first, attacked finally developed
- I f wvi a V vl a
as seventy-eight years vof age and
waa ?0m; M. NashL:ppunty NhiCL,
ktucic, ipjr.a greaii.njimper-sOtvyeArs, j
1 - m .
xie was socoesulr '
preached a farewell sermon in th Prpahv
terian Church, in this place, to a large con
gregation, last Sabbath eveningj previous to
hsaying to take charge of a congregation in
Tyler, Texas, Whither be has been called.
-u' t ii ! -.-j i ;,;;. . -
fU -- Raleigh, Observer: The North
Carblrna delegation Uo "the big Sunday
School Convention in Atlanta, Ga.v; were
. . r .- .wrwuillCU IO f4i;fl.,T1fr-,.w I nlX. BrUnSwirW .nnnlv Tl annoira H'.ol
r0,:1? rss immm$ w
i. i -.'.ur I.Ay-itirtO !'nt Vi'tfi . ii .;. 1
i 110 (wa a. manwialt ftf ,;aterTJ rV u '4fos. S, Skinner,
..U. tLkiT Pho ow n Macon. G...
V6LTTi:f,H JT? ?f J"."?0 OI "ur. ? was cauea ,irom , Athens. Ga .
hecMatbodis&ar&l tT-i'l-' Somf- VmK ag to lak? chare of tne First 1
i , nvu jlw-- " ?Pt,8t cbnrcb.at a salary of four thousand
certain the gist
fice, and the sjcredness of bis calling in In tQe
Th d080at they would recetveoir most
i-The , case : is simply this; Bishop decided oeniurW Aa'iVt- $l TiT
McCoskry hasa ward, ; a younir'IadV ' tijS
Some letters of his to her have been rZZ Z ' ' ' P T'
found in which thereis tZS Z rP
as, far as Jf8: bVr ttetf h ttle OpyWed'the;
Of ntriyi oi
m r0ii - r 'JiUfiDA ";?f.B,,fPJ1' OI u,uuo,u0Dt .and the ' - . Ti'apaJag as nign as we soportbp
ss tor us to -say that il l 2&Ai: ViHft.CT ii-ml-i'TrSiVr Ix-AXii--.- --'r . : :. n
Plv't aL'CT K.Hlrt tint. 7SZZZZ n
W6tlilJAH!rWiflfW w,bat.he, WW ftearn .that he entertains strong. bus-
- It is recommended that tbe DeWWn
the Ward and Township meetings be elects
ed by ballot; also the members of the Ex
ecutive Committee. ( f '.! i hailing
.By order of the Executive Com m!no -c
; -iiauj .lAmraanceiirJeejier.vnwcfui
journal sic tsa fiUedith aftabie
dollars. i The new Rnmiat Khnmh i
be called 'Samaria," and located three and
a half miles east -of J Raleigh,: will be dedi
cated next Sunday. There will ho iirpn ril
ing at 11 a. m.',' but the sermon of dedica-
iiuu win w uenverea : at 3 p. m. by Kev
I uiainji ivi' uie-iarmer.,:UDon a variety I : . s:;.
view andDemocratopy... .I V I iuiR ffM hood i iT J
I. i a " "' 1 !,j iWi WP; Q seo max of a, disbosi I 5nl V."r "" "? ueruiu
iy juage rrom tne amount o
but nothing :to-prove him irnr V , ' Oyeditpr
nih i V , JQPoro. bably get no but a small liWn4it
",hMliP unwihiag to JM
tyjf W0ttbie jideiMion UtS?" a8ast a certain party
ioBinsmetrwiafitaiitadfthe; : uii, t j
RrlfifW-molum-i OTL'ooi.' 0 if" -ohange .: ,iLastM:l uesdayj , a
Sdutfif v I .f?(sfl,s W.8 Oouple in the upper part of Pittsyl-J
'; "The InmroVemanU inYhVmV' i IS?, conniyalked- upwards of thirty
tto-tWtoifc32S5J ilWavl-tp marriedi- -
rtwMffirM'P'xS weystarted back home, thus walking over :
aiSa?ViIiffi?f CT8j "89?. .!on- I atatt. miles ? ia .warmTWiaatliprf .rtil ihi, . '
jwm nrtoobcr I; the dust to et marVf . r""-"
THIHOCQNGRESSfON AE. DISTRfPT
- Ececqtlve ? Copaml'tlee W eeunt?l I
( There will be a meetine of ihe'Damo
cratic Executive Committee of iha'Thiri
Congressional District at tbi PurceM House
ia Wilmiagton, on, Saturday M.ay 4,;atvlQ1
o'clock A. M. "i " . r"
ChAS.-M. STKbMiiN; 1
! 1 V
Be on' time, for prevention ia better, thai.
cure. AUf Coughs jand oIds .aBd .such
affections of the throat and lungs as lead'
umwumpuoa aret curea .by; lif.iBuU!a
tpn. or thejpartjof farmerA tDUoform seed Bold by,
m.i. m n.nVin.n i In.
wui aitiuauu).! ,. ' nui
T W'HBneaiireTeiii orancn-' cofluiy is admirably adapted to sheep bus
M Pj fPfif qnsrnessabrd if ?the"V'''1f ish1 Pndry, but unfortunately our people seem
WmWH'mmW040 fea7.e.a8Pe5aiv.ekn?sfor .pannot
,1 uiutinuc. iu icuicuf luis irreRi pvii? A
jOotterBao eendLO tty VVJ Hj Bbiv, There was in this yicipity a few day's sincei
inard, WilminlrtdbV0!rrOt?aftd o'et'-rfan i a gentleman, "formerly a resident of thia
CarolindF (inner for one year ! I county, who emigrated to Tpnnessep soiflpi
j ii ki: v'm- fii ukn4 'our years ago, in pursuit of his stolen wife.i
3Xni l7v W,f , 1 He states that she has deserted him fivei
I j-fuojZeke j4Mevfc QreensborOj times, and atilt heidesirea to live with faer.i
iSmM1 He wa8 asked by some one what be wanted;
h& ASrlkJii1 wa8 entered and W find her for if fshe had deserted him five!
fi rdbJhlerabta.:sriivt' j times, to which, he replied, a n know sUei,