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WILMINGTON, N. C:
Friday, November 8th, 1878.
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economy, that regulates Supply and
Col. Charles C. Jones, Jr., of
Georgia, has recently prepared a life
or Commodore Josiah Tatnall, a
very meritorious naval officer wlia
ItetnriiM from ibe Virionii Congrct
luual kltricl In North'
It looks very much as if th6 Berlin
treaty will fall to pieces- before the j rendered good service to the '"Lost
wax naraens mat seals tnej agreement. uause." lie was a brave old fellow,
Mr. Gladstone is achieving a! more j and when an officer of the old U. S.
rapid triumph than he of his f jiends Navy as we as when serving 'the WILMINGTON AND NEW HANOVER,
could have hoped for. The' recent elec- cause of his native Georgia, he showed - -Ve hive frequently had occasion to refer
tions for municipal officers
THE LABOR QUESTION.
' In listening to the very able, com
prehensive and statesman-like 'speech
of Senator Merrimon, delivered on
3Ionday night, in the City Hall a
speech concerning which there; are no
two opinions as far as we can learn
we. regretted that he did not have
more time to elaborate one pr two
points to which he referred briefly,
and to discuss one or two points to
which he did not refer at all. ; In his
discussion of labor, which was timely
and judicious, he said nothing of the
influence of machinery upon the pros
pects of the workingmen. jln the
South this topic has not arrested the
attention of editors or speakers, be
cause it is not a felt evil, but : in the
show nimseii every men a hero. He wrote to theNjuiet elections in this city; but that
quite plainly that the English people well, .he fought well, he . lived well, J of yesterday was decidedly the tamest that
have already returned tojthat "sober-
second thought" which generaljy en-
,For some weeks past Major W. L.Young
has been eDgaged in procurmg conditional
subscriptions to the proposed Duplin CaDal,
and has succeeded in getting the desired
amount subscribed. -This movement, as we
understand it.gives the enterprise a tangible
basis for future action, and will ensure the
.success of the scheme, provided the people of
Duplin Pender and other counties inter
ested, come forward in aid of it The citi
zens of these counties, being familiar with
T1 n mon t---
Tne m rat err of the ninhr Tlvnm. r. T Ifyvwuc.
crelary Sherman and ine Weber
Auderton Letter. ! ; iu- autyw; ' Vr wjau
r lm . t . . I - I nF I I. .. - - - . "'UK
vajurAiwjji &UAJNliAL,S. , I " luc" uair, sumai we UllgUt know
arestl t Mrin - M-.,
abies men and nations to arrive at
just conclusions. The utterances of
the public press of Great Britain
show a powerful reaction
The truth of the matter is the
Washington, Nov.-3. The bro
ther-in-law Of l.hfi laff Kunoln f I A tOliasfl "maliinp!ii t.
ton confirms the statement that the citcumfereuce and weighing 75 pounds ia
Democratic cipher telegram's were ??M sSS?. It tesf achievement. &rr.
furnished to Senator Morton's com, LiDlutonleLn " and ,he
mittee by the authorities of th ; ' tit' -: ,
the route of the proposed canal and the re- Western Union TeWraoh Comnn,; " John and
rip- eu,t8 ,hat are expected to follow.in the way MrHolloway says the dispatches of EffiS'tS8
poll- of extending navigation and the reclaiming this character and other dispatches nn tbe track of the railroad, were tried t
English people do not like the idea
aud he deserves well of his country I we bav.e ever known . There was not a np-
Th Ananato nh;i i .. Ple or excitement around me various pou- of extending navigation and the reclaiming this character and other disna
liner hlanai '- nnA Fnf na omnrla nnnfffft. I , A A n 1 .. ' .1 I J il.. honHailnit.. . K nit
work OI Col Jones ' W,1U,11",7V,!'""?V""?',.. v .wciuuncu iuiu,, uuum;ieiu.ip,iuii uu;utir tu otJuaior iliorioil niieu
. i'Ti ... 1 gated on the streets in the vicinity, no one I matter, as lhe r.o'nditi Knnoin
"Indeed, what we hke best in ';a, work would have snboosetJ I that anythine ubusus videaJ Promnt actinn on ih rrt nf; thn. Morton liad " vsrv - Mfnllv raa.i
XTT Y & TA tt- AA in ma. A J
cnUhvZi was goings. The leading politicians were
against the I thought is condensed of ten in one sentence. eyen unable tp get up a bet on .the result,
liius, ia me mtaaie OI a hot: .fight, amid I though various opinions were hazarded pro
the crash and cry of destruction : he turns and con
around and savs to his comnaninns- "Wait I . . . :"tr z. :'-tr ... .
if war doesn't make life longer, it makes it lt6l . Ward-Upper Division, VVaddell
a heaD broader, hv fJnrl i .. Airin .t ti.a 147; T?naPll iah ' r
of becoming tho protectors of the ef- Fieho, when he saw the English suffering 83- Rusaell 580 ' ' !
fete, corrupt and cruel Turks. I That aKade?Serv Second Ward-Waddell 285; Russell 123.
policy wbich identifies
civilization with 0a lustfu
counties rnost deeply interested will do ovef ail the cipher telegrams,
more to prove to the people of Wilmington an ayowed . to his i friends his
the practicability of the scheme than any purpose to - have them - translated
thing else that could be dont. So let the 8J , 8vi,Whea in tbe 8PriPS
people of these counties act at once. This 1 87J. he le 1 Washington, the ci-
conditional subscription shows the willing-: j , 7 ."IT yeuiea ioge-
ness or me people or Wilmington to aid in i
me matter. - ,
a Christian is thicker than water, by God!" he paoks Third Ward Waddell 250; Russell 129;
iuo wuoiq argument oi numanity into these I Can ad ay g. ; . v
Waddell 219; Russell
ana napan I hoif f,
uuii-iiiirn nuiua. i
: ' i ;L. j : 1 Tfii - 1- i .. i j-purtu
jjcupio us nub puuuiar wuo - me more I 0, o -wi. tuunucuceu iq me year I ' :
,i.v....f,i .;j .vL j.J. 1812, and ended six years ago, when in- 125
luuuS""ul .i4,lu portion oi terred beneath his -ancestral oaks of Bona- Fifth Ward-Waddeil 117; Russell 537
tne country. ino oneho has ex- SUhE Majority for Russell in the city 923,
amined any of the many works conT of these two generations of men. His dash Harnett Township-Waddell 29; Rusiell
cerningthe East that hive appeared I aQd gallantry, his conspicuous courage, his 109
tner ana put by themselves in his
wuiiuxiieo. room, ana. it is now cer
tain that from this committee room
they, through some agency not yet
uu.iuocu, luuim tueir wav inio tne
lienoir, last week. aDd'acquilted
Raleigh Observer: Mr. A T
Mial'agin house; on his" farm in '.T..i.nB., "
county, was burned about four o'clock Snn
day evenmg. No cause is givea for ??.
Tlri'r Atuint Ari.. L.l. . . . . '
stroyedV i couon were de-
Southern Home: Mr. S. D. Bar
giu, of Lincoln county, has. within the
spaceof only Jaw. weeks, lost four chil
dren with diphtheria. , The parents of th 9
household have beeo made chiJdless by this
terrible scourge. -- - : ' lU18
recently in England, can have
to note how terrible is
merit; of the Turk before
Tho facts and incidents
North it is a subieet of constant dis
eussion iu the oublic oressi in the I uroPe'
urave miarterlies, in magazines, and Siven Te of tbe "t stirring and yet
" f- ' " - - I 1 1 . ! . m : -n
lepeuaub unaiauier. 1 lie lsritisn pe
riodical press, loo, teem with' criti-
pride in and devotion to his flag, his zeal
for intrepid acts, his keen enjoyment of
danger, his clear judgment, his loftv con-
tempf of all that' was mean- and small, are
well illustrated during these sixty eventful
years." .r . .. i
Cape Pear Township-Waddell 16; Rus
sell 217. - - 'v-j: :-i-..- ;
Masenboro' Township Waddell 11 ; Rus
sell 4a; Canaday 1.
neati of Mr. Vance.
A telegram, was received iu this city yesi
teVday1 announcing the iad 'intelligence of
the deaili of Mrs. Vance, the wife of our
esteemed- Governor, ; Z B. Vance, which
occurred at Raleigh, on Sunday afternoon
lust, at 4 o'clock, after a liugeiiug illness.'
Mrs. Harriet Newell Espy Vance was 0reS8 that the cipher telegrams will
born July; 11th, 1832, was the daughter
Bobesonian: We .regret to learn
that a son of Mr. A A. ltiman, of Lee3-
It IS intimated t.hnt. Sprmtnr AIKo ! rtav criM cnirhi 5 it. ...u. J.K .
Chairman of the Stanley Matthews 8ti"ily killed. - He was about 12 years oU
uuuiuiuiee, win can that committee i Z - promisiug yH
.ugcbuci ueiure me meeting or uon
of Rev. Thomas Espy, of Salisbury, and
was married to her preseut husband at
Morganton, August 3d, 1853. She was an'
estimable lady, possessed of much decision?
uauucu uvcr to iue committee: PiM'nf ,b u,n r."-. ol,ss
MrsvGov. Vauce'8 remains Wer(.
fof interment. Mi,,
taken -ito : Ashevilte
f. . J
even m DOOksJ
It is stoutlw held by one class of
writers that the multiplying of ma
chinery is extremely - hurtful j to the
laboring classes; inasmuch as - it en
inese tmnss prepare us
blcs farmers to dispense with two- pect a Poweiful revulsion, sooner or
thirds of the labor found necessary
in former years, and even manufac
turers can get along with one-half of
the usual number .. of ' employes.
There are other writers who con
"lend that the introduction of
later, in popular opinion. We have
within a day or two read a long and
very interesting letter in the Chris
tian Intelligencer, written byj a close
observer, who has been travelling in
Great Britain. He is
machinery of every imaginable kind Amencan, and we copyj a paragraph
has not had the tendency insisted that illustrates what we haye said
upon-that it has not thrown out of ana Slves us a reai glimpse of British
employment anything like the num- Polltlcs- lhe writer says:
lhe expenses of the State Govern- &om& 10 Press lhs morning iudicate the
ment is attracting more and more of c,cu"uu Ul .xwnneii Hou-ine defeat of our
ganaui hianaara -oearer oy a small ; ma-
iorilV. thoucl) thcrr' nrr nn!to o miml,n
a. mi . . I- n , 1,v " vi ui
viCWH iue omer aay. 1 ne suDject is Democrats who are still confidant th
important, and concerns every tax
payer. There has been too much ex
travagance. Officials have not re
alized that they are the servants and
not the bosses of the people. When
men seek office, and' men xoill seek
as there is one to be
l be Probable Result.
The returns received up to the: hour of I of uaracter,.and was greatly beloved and
esteemed by all who knew ber. During!
tnat'Anderton will then consent to Miss Lavme Havw
lesury, ana tnat other witnesses w 1 son, ui. L,
tie forthcoming, It is noted by the
Harrjsburg speech of Secretary Sher
man, last night, that he has at last
summoned up sufficient courage to
.uenyxne authorship of the Weber
'H1U. KeV. . . M Ail.:..
L Polk. MhI r ' :Z
uccicibi sq .ana a.. A. Gudwr
Ksq , accompanied the remains to AghL'
1 . ...... ' .
Uern,nganu painiut uioess she was conH AndArsnn lt.i .n
II : vw riuuuuillfQ lb
office as lone
cv.ut.jr an held they shoul( make
minds to do faithful service if they
are successful in obtaining place and
pelf. The junketings , of the present
fraudulent President, and the splen
Waddell is elected, and are staking their
money pu him as we write this article. I
Asa matter of interest we give Judge
Russell's own figures, but with the remark
that the Democrats by no meaos concede
his election by as large a majority as they
indicate: j . !
For Russell Ne w ilauover 1,325; Bruns
wick 300; Bladen 525; Pender 450; Cum
berland 300. Total 2.900.. I
For Waddell Columbus 325; Carteret
250; Duplin 600; j Sampson 175; Ilarnett
250. Total 1,600. j
in this calculation Moore and Onslow
forted and sustained by the untiring de4
votion of her distinguished husband, who
has the sympathies of the people of the en
tire State in the great and irreparable loss
he has sustained.
Symptom of ai
1 1 1 , , . .1 iw nun wc with in (4 nsffnnr .rtrri i',.i;r
oer 01 laoorers supposed, and that the Campbell, the youngest soq of 'tCelDuke of did style with which the old toper counties are omitted, as will be
injunction 01 macmnery, on tne ZB1 lived for months each
other hand, has proved a. real, sub- STTX year at Lonir Branch Wrn ih, nn
sf nntin.1 Vilpssinrr 1r t.Vio nnnrkr nlacsnc. J about twentvfive hnnrtrpd i Tho ITInlra I -
yr one of the foremost; Rr h ctcr:'; 8tant themes ot newspapers, and tho
in supplying them at a cheap rate orators, and one of the chief opponents of butts for the gibes and flings of the
WltU a thousand comforts and cnnvA. I preseoi aammisiraiioni. The election' I .
inuescent, paragraptiers. Ut course
istrationL The election1
xtraa rfirro rrr cr with 1 i c .
,,; tUt v-i,i I "" a gicai Meat oi; iniere8i
..iv-o 1. li in uuuci IUC UiU SYSLKLU 1 HS ft tfcRl Ot nil h lin spnfimnnt an A 1.
f 7 . nuu uic IC3U11
was received with decide manifestations
thev must 'Jisva nnn w?t.lirnt n
.f.fu j,... of feeling. It was naturally the subject of
uwv u luunuiu pnues ior inem; i conversation. We foundj more ! Liberals
it is contended that the home life of I man conservatives among! the gentlemen
c met uu me puoiic conveyances - and
iu iue noieis. a numbr bh iti to
tbe laboring classes has been "lifted
such officials render no service, to the
country when they are "bobbing
around" continually. It is the duty
of State officials to stick closely to
their offices. They cannot otherwise
perform those constant round a
We have no further comments to make
just now. j
Special Star Telegram
Flemington, Nov. 6. Waddell's! ma
jority in this county is aboutthreeTiundred.
Died on the Tralu.
As the incoming train on the W., C. .&
A. Railroad was passing Register's Station,
about thirteen miles from this city, yester
day, the conductor was requested to take
up a white man who was sick and in desti
tule circumstances, and who was desirous
of reaching a place where he could receive
medical attention. The man, whose name
was ascertained to be Wra. Anderson, and
who was to all appearances a tramp, was
received on the train and placed in one of
the cars, but died before reaching the city.
Coroner Hewlett was notified and held an
inquest over the body, the jury returning a
verdict that deceased came to his death
from some natural cause to them unknown.:
Deceased was apparently about 25 or 30
years of age. . j
Raleigh News: Dr. J. A Sex
ton, of Apex, yesterday sent $10 for the
relief of the yellow fever sufferers the
amount being the proceeds of a concert
given by -.Miss Kate flanks, of Pittsboro
and the ladies of .Apex. The capito
was closed yesterday, aamarkof respect
for the death of the wife of tbe Governor. 8
The biblical Recorder contains
the following revival returns: Polkton 6
baptisms; New Bethel, Warren, 10 convex
Biuiia; miiis mver, 14 baptisms; Colerai
Id baptisms; Salem Church, Randolph
n Approacbine ived-
:l-' dine. 1
New York Graphic. , ;
The engagement of Miss Edith
May, sister of Miss Carrie May, for
merly affianced to Mr. James Gordon
. . . , - , vuuiv.ii! ivauuuiuil, it
bennett, and one of the survivors of baptisms; Cedar Falls. Randolnh as nUO
the yacht Mohawk disaster, in which iqa8i RoQaest Chapel, Bertie, 20 baptisms
Commodore Garner and wife Miss Sapha-l'Ber.tie' baptisms; Holly Grove.
Ad?..H..ur,Mr. Frt'rK fS&SSS11
perished, is just announced. The hap- Charlotte Ohwrvov i
py man.is Capt. Randolph, an IrisL with alafbfteciS-
man, formerly in her Majesty's ser- B. Hussey is about to reenter journalism
vice, whose name was formprl v Mni. having Jormed a connection with th f'
lins, the change having been made in Leigh 2f0? 88 Political editor. This should
. i . . " 1 I be ffratifvinff intplliirpnno tn th ....i... . t
oruer 10 innprir. snmo mnnou frnm i ."r'p . iuus u
- - w vv su v s m w . i i ii in ii n I it u mjjfina r m s tn ..... i . r-
CaptJ Randolph generally, as it is a cause bf congratul
r r .. .
x uicu iui a uouservaiive a lew years ago
ucuause x was aispieasea with tiladstone s
for a Liberal.' We said very frankly that I to the places which they are supposed
the KPRCVlnBfiplrt rnli.r in ill.. X.v,-rn-l- i I . - 1
- - f-UO Um- I tf, fill 7
When those inthe employment of
up, to use Judge Mernmon's words
that fife with them is far more tole
rable, and comfortable, and cheerful.
O.f course much may be said on
both sides. We would like to have f5" seem?d1to H! a father mean and
. vuuiu iiK.e 10 nave tricky one .and that Britain mijrlit to
.u.v. . c JLU.C111LUUU a mamrea i u"cu ii ikussia in aemanainT at the i v . 1 - .
;o .1? L , Cutset a reform in the Turkish wTerimen? tbe PeoP,e are tnVeled to work as
'' "T "e fauuo6 Ior To this we received a ready and cordial other peoole wprk who learn a liveli-
a moment accept that view Chat at- I assent The intelligent people I of Great I nnA i " .1 -n t ' .
hni.4L.-.j:ji..L:'. .... Britain are indisposed to maintain th Hooa Uien tbey,.will have no time for
there will btf no
noua tu iue iiiiroaucuon ana multi- I icoie mat. win. amount to anything over I j ' .
u .f m, Asia Minor: they feel tbd thev 'Lv need for 80 mY offices.
. .i, fle causes enough on their hands fwithout thisand We find an editorial in the CharJ
-" nuugc meriiuiuu go JU- l " uiiug; muuey iue trO-
:.n . v i . n ' . , I vciuuieui win ieei
cidly,- strikingly and" convincingly sinon. We found
are no doubt the . true causes
have mainly brought about the pre
sent condition of affairs. We can but I The Raleigh Observer of Sunday
and 800. Reported gains in Ilarnett but
no returns from that county.
Kitchen is beaten about 500. j
Davis miijoritV is about 8,000.
Special; Star Telegram.
Beaufort, N.jC, Nov. 0 Full returns
not yet received. ) Waddell's majority will
noi ue less than two hundred and fifty, or
more than three hundred.
I a,.-:i 'u...- m-i
vernmentwill feel the power of this disno- lotte democrat that contains views iu. Nov r.Thn i0t L .V
smon. we found no. such attachment to that are in accord with our own. TW r.iiM r; , J T
that I Ij0ra -"jeaconslield as is j felt towards Mr.. I iiwucu a gam in
uriausione. i ; Bays; . iiarneil ana. a laree maioritv in SAninann
"The Raleigh JPs advocates the rrt nni etteville, jn ov. 6.-The latest.con
voitt. 1 A remperance Lectare. j
I Special Star Telegram 1 An observant friend
New Rivkh, Nov. 6 -Our people, I to "crook his elbow," except in a strictly
fear, have not turned out. About COO ma- legitimate and proper manner, was heard
jority for Waddejl, I think. j j to suggest yesterday that election day. No-
-."-.j u. TYauue.is majority I vembcr 5th, 1878, would long be remem
m Moore is 325; in Carteret between 200 Ibered aa afrnriV.ntr.th, mol J
- 3 m vvj v povvu l. pC13U(t
sive and exhaustive temperance lecture ever
brought to bear upon the people uf this or.
any other community. The bar rooms were
closed, the keepers thereof faithfully ac
quiescing in the requirements of the law,;
and, per consequence, quiet, peace, and
good order were triumphant no broils, no
to the JUemocratic Dartv. .Tnm-nnikm
Capt. Hussey's natural field. lie is not on Iv
an original and strong thinker, but a bril
liant and graceful writer.
Charlotte Observer: The Caro
lina Central Railroad has cut off from the
Raleigh & Augusta Air-Line, or thehV
leigh & Augusta from the Carolina Gen
came over here last snmmer and
spent most, of the time at Saratoga,
where he renewed an acquaintance
with Miss May, made originally in"
Dresden, They are to be married
shortly, and they will reside abroad.
Miss Edith May is a tall and hand-;
some young lady, with fine dark eves j tr?'' in consequence bf which the Seaborn d
J t 1. ' 1 Aim r 7... Mn.. . : "XT' r 1 1
ann rpnrn ar rnatm-ao i au-uiuc iuuic via ixuno k is nn nmrp
5 . ' I tWltA. U A .1.1 ' .. . .'.
ruav-iut: iruuuif is me puDJIc lias not
been permitted to know. Our towus
man. Dr. C. F. Brem, bus invented a car
coupler which seems to supply a want
which has long existed, and which must
commend itself to every one wbo examines
its workings. During the mouth of
October there were only five interments in
xuimwouu . cemetery, une ct these was
tion of the salaries of State officers and all I sidere(i reliable,; is that Waddell gains in
thins that machinery should be in- contains a handsome and deserved other public officers, (both State and coun- Harnett, and has carried Samnson bv nn- 10
eluded in the array, but to what ex- tribute to the late lugh Waddell. K SJ Ju ard8 of 80ft Democratic loss in this kwin,
tent it has aided in creatin!? the traa We copy a portion with rileasnrp officers, or. at least ston their inm nri county on the vote of 1876 is from 335 to
1 . 1 ,! 11 1 Hisn srfin tnnrnnr .linn., c I H(l
naravsifl ann nmniatn .i . : . e I il win lnrnrpet an mn. r -i i rf.vMuuuuo iui caucudivk ana i u-xv
r j r- 1 wm auou, pi w f J "l Mur reau" magnificent public buildinira. ItlamtiPr
tew uayu ago. xowara evening
the person on watch saw a large red
fox steal slyly out of a piece of woods
on one side of the pasture. After
arrests, station hou.se emply.no additions to looking carefully about for a few mo-
the inmates of lhe county jail 5- bright and I ments, the fox trotted direct to the
eheerful faces in place of bloated, bruised, I spot where the cow was feeding
mangled features all powerful arguments I Taking another survey of the field.
iu iavor 01 temperance, ir not of total abJ I UB.IUUK "s position nnder the cow as
stinence J I a calt would and sucked her milk with
evident enj'oyment. The cow stood
In this court yesterday the Grand' Jury V EmU L" ."t" OSl
wasempanneledandchanredbvniaFTonnr .!a again
.Tnv nra .f... -. r " ii r l"e wooasana then went on with
...v.. nun-u, aw a quarter I uer fepdinty
- ; .i ' rt-ii I . "
ictcaa was iah.en. ine
Key nard Jnilklns a Cow.
LNew York Sun Special.!
Middlebtjeg, N. Y., October 31.
Andrew Freemeyer pastures his
cow on the flats near this village. It
being evident that the cow was milked
everyday before she was brought I from lhe countr7 and another from South
uume, a waicn was set for the thief
following comnose the Grand .Turv
A. D. Brown, Foreman; Joshua Meares,
H. H. Foster, Samuel A. King, R. W.
Middleton, Georee H. Bell
the varied industries nf tho rnr,r,t I ers. It snnnlp Ar. i, I of doubt whether thfl ftftlnripa at nnr ioi t Sunday School Contention
j, I " rr . T mo nfflnn,. tj vu a g,., o...' oa..i 1. .... I ik.. r.- .
we cannot determined It was upon &TAE S announcement of one of onr Z?? :LT.,T,",a'.ufJ?a ouu"w ,ven-
, , , . , I i . J I i,7,i x .7 me oiaie uuu mei ai uaieiga onrriaay. ! Mr. I veorgej?ranK.un, &. schriver. Lewis Her-
that point we would have been glad i"o8tr,ous and mentor ons citi- 11 Hobert T. Gray fade the address of ring, Charles W. Bradlev. J. n wl .
1 vwawuuuu-im ,( nn 111 11 iiiiiiuMii h n 1 1 to m im - r - j 1
a resDectahin itwinw t v,:m i welcome, andJVlr. J. C. Scarborouch I J. A. Evans. JoseDh Gore H Vnitra t?
"Mr. Waddell SDraDe 'from an knnrJ bribes and gifts. But the number of sala- responded. Mr. John B. Burwell was W. Hargrove. - ' j "
and distinguished family,) being the grand- I Y m?8rs might be. dimmished and no made President, heverai counties re- During the afternoon the case of H
wyuiuuuuuuui, ue g aa to nave the I oljr Aaujc auu 'so 01 uen. Franc s Nash I . u;r . 8 ,u . ionf.n!- ford and Rev S n Adoma nf
. V. . & . - uavc LUB Who fell mnrtiil)ff mnaA s .il v...?, .1 tion might be decreased to the amounk nf l?ra ana Atev B Adams, of
Carolina. In Pinewood (colored) cemetery
mere were ten interments.
.Smitbfleld corresx)ondent of the
Raleigh Observer; The case of rape was one
which was removed from Franklin county.
It was tried there last court and a mistake
made. It Beems from the evidence that
Jesse Davis, colored, passed the house of
Mrs. Margaret Champion, of Franklin
county, in the afternoon, and saw that she
.was there alone. He returned ab6ut ten
o'clock at night, broke open the door ar,d
ravished Mrs. Champion. Mrs. Champion
lived alone, but was absent from her house
most of the time, nursing the sick, which
was her regular business. This was the
first night she had stayed at her house for
several weeks. Jesse Davis was tried on
Thursdayilast and a verdict of guilty re
turned. His Honor Judge Buxton sen
tenced him to be hanged on Friday, No
vember 22d. j
Raleigh News: The trial of Cal
vin Smith, accused of the murder of John
to hear the able and thoughtful Sen- I zeni3:
ator. ;" . . j :
The Radical papers 'and leaders
- . , . . . i nuu leu iu
country peneve that they are not re- Germantown. iMWadde twoor thrcc 'hundred thousand dollaril
snonsiblft for thn Anii,iA I the third of fim hfi,l T7 I . :. . i
1 uw utuiwittUIC VUUUr I . V . -".1.UVIO, mice Ul WDOUl
tion of" affair. n thA !ercisN Waddell, of Or-
Oglesby, from Robeson, county, charged
with retailing spirituous liquors without j a
Phillips' Sober Tuoozut.
LSt. Louis Times.")
Gen. Shields, in one of his JatP
visits to Boston, mot OTniAn Tu.i I Johnson, is now in nroffTes Smithfio'ii
mM T UUCTII H III 1 - m Hi- " S HU11V,1.
lips, and had a long and f riendl v talk ? I e .parties were wtlile and residents
Jth him Rr- pl-S i.a,uu.irienui7 of Johnston county.! Mrs. A. E. Black-
with him. Mr. Phillips, in the course well, living near Ruffin,- sold Tuesday, at
of the conversation, exclaimed with Graves', Warehouse, in Danville, one lot of ,
great earnestness: "Gen. Shields, I toacco at $100 and one at $80 per hundred
want to see the Southern Democracy OTd8i.and lhey were not Bn"ll lots. ,
f'"'0 pMseS8ion of this
vernment. time to get a railroad from this nlnce to
Shields asked how that could b iDheraw, S. C. a distance of twentv-Uvo
As to reducing tbe salaries of Judges.
Rrppnshnrn nnolrp nn ka Qnn1w' . wiuiuut a i atiatsu UOW mat COUId be . fftV ' u a Uiance Ot twenty-UVO
ijreensDoro, spoke on the bnndav irense waain nn hntfln.u. .-.-..La aftor h ua rui , o. ... m ies. hm Hmn i... - rin,v
Snnl wnrlf ! . " V miuueu - wuguu UUB OOUinem I th miJu,;" ,'J lirf:: J ""'!"a, ,0""'";
dtairs, and that machinery ange; Maurice Q. Waddell, of Chatham- We do no bel,eTe thev can Pav travelling ma(je bv Mr' Dunoa
done all the mischief-that Alfred M.VVaddell of LouiS exPen8e? (ahd they have to travel about six S 2 T K
nA :a- . fat . Mr. Waddell leaVes his venSXle ntil8 ,1eaeh Jia?d support their f am- J:& tl
l until this morning
' On t.liA spnnhrl Anxr araanaa I n.n
. J C 1 I A liprAA rif rrtnHom .ot ... . . '
nnAnn wh nf an;i i u.u..wu ua euierea
r T.in0lx.,.lr f s.i,. in a libel case against a lot of smoking to-
the enforced idleness ofj millions has wife and four mtolSSXnEn i,ies. on leS9 than $3500 per aSnumT in re bury; Rev. W.C. Norman and Mr. P. baccose'zed ,n n8low unty about
been brought about by man's invent: with those of hosts of triends throughout gWa 10 l? Uovirnor and otner Stale offl- if. Fescud, of Raleigh; Rev. G. S. "go lue owner nav,nS abandoned
invent- I thfiKinie Hi. .n. :.i .uS,. Vs cets. we do not know hnw mwh if Kt. f t . r:i -n v I when.an MttRinnt m.a. - .
ive genius, and is not a resultant, of delUf Chatham;" HonTAlfr" 1 Raleigh; if ilcunT. K LVr- f0rr7 ZZZ""
"ta .vw u iivcuoc.
No other business wai transacted
Three true bills were found by the Grand
people so hard.
though there is a chartered company and
dell, of Wilmington; Hugh Waddell fr ?ura wu? Justice to U concerned, we are "ui. wmminee
. I rt aar. u. j "s ,lJ?urr1,. "r, I in favor of it hnMnn't iofv-.,0 ,n.;nw n, I was annointed to issup. an nrlrlrpa tn
' r;.""4"""'.'' nuu Cameron VVaddell, of " " "V .r,r." "T'l??.":" luc.m o" r j 7 t. C ; V.
, Hjr tuuu8u m jive on. nainer man ua i toe ounaav ocnooi workers ot t.h
t i T l . . iicauir an iue KrauiUK uoue: oui now we
- u, sum jrmuips, "but nave what is next best, that is. a fast
unwise, unjust, unequal legislation
P.Tlfi nf TC7lta wl .1 J ... . f .
.,.ulvuuuuuyuauu wasierni- I Janon, d. .: Thn ,i.
ness and extravagant nn fi,0;, ., he has gone down to biakrave foil of veara lV8 . of, th.e oces and ai
r -..T " r"" and Abounding in all She' qualities that "ai"P tQe..Iarge
stages, with a change of horses half way.
Gen. Robert Ransom, in charge
of the Neuse river improvements, has writ;
We are satisfied that. m'.nii;n..- make hi rr.J 1 Js"u ri-i:.lc.l"aM priations for public b
- ".-uuiucijr i 7..j .vijr a iiou lniieruance 10 I ... 7
has to some, extent brought about the fartSSratS These views appear to us to be jQJ
YU reaus; that it has lessened the tJiat we make the announcement the death dictous and proper. Cut down the
number of laborer,, and has at the StSSSL ta d DOt:
same time caused over-orodnritirtn -and with so much nrofitJ T?nii f infnmo officials. ; Rednno t.hn r,mU: f
Danger ot Dlacardlner a JLover.
Rock Islakd, Ixl., November 2.
Yesterday afternoon a tragic shoot
ing affair occurred at the little town
of Milan, near this citv. The victim
is. Miss Mary Buff um, a school-teacher
of prepossessing appearance. She was.
on her way home from school when
by Frank! Stur-
FBOM WASHINGTON. j
Carrent Political Topics Tne Preai.
deni SaiUfled with tne Situation.
fSpecial dispatch to Baltimore Sun. j
By this the number of the unemployed cunrf a 2 Jf1?"? officers, and compel those retained id
, , . . s - I 1 uu,t,6i vi uicu auu luiaeii, I , - l on
nas Deen innrooaaH nnA L. : . I and nnqspaainrr a ntnna.f..1in ' I wnrlr . Tf'.mnnU U . e I V
r I morv. ever Hiotinrrnior. 1 i ut 1-iJ I . . : . . & I SHeWaS. Overtaken OV Crank: Stnr- It . . .. . puilllOian8 I try, and not for lnHlvidnol r..Afii I Will be made. Thi nnnrhnrioiinn Afi
articles or consumnt ori hair- ffltinn I Mr.'.T.Tr-."'"5" m uivaifMj i..Nortb fjarolina if tho nontfani.ioW V. ' . u c i ; A -, : . irom DOtD the Jfiast and t.h W.fif t u.a ... nru. ,;n k "i rr:rr.r'.
1 1 -w vwuiraj ui uu manner, Kina,; generous.-I . : " jr gcuu, iwcuty-irve years ot ago, who- ...u v trr , . "vo,i mby uau
'uoumc luaiances oeiow the cost of uuuu.uls m nospnauty, excelling in con- swinate were aoonshed. It will always irew a revolver and bred two I shots i V , "igwii in ine
'-. .P .people, f; J -fes HoZSSS
had been engaged to Miss Baffum f ePt on"ent political topics. The
prominent Republican Dolitioians
:uuT Veen in wasnmgton. m the acted as if thera wer hiwn;
- - ".uvy., iai auu
tnat was. on account of slaverv. Sla- comfortable staee line. Dntou.liv Mp9rs.
very is dead now, and I want the I Qaaheril, of Cheraw, and Huntley & May,
South to get control of the Govern- of.tuis PIace- Tbey will run a daily line,
s ine govern- using two large and comi ort abl ef oui-horse
"But you used to'say," argued
Shields, "that the South held the lash
nvni V r IVJTrw I T 1
. ten a letter to Hbn.IC.-H. RmvA M i
luow i did, and the Northern from the Newbern District. The following
Uemocraoy deserved it," continued is extracted therefrom: "The purpose is to
Mr. Phillips. "We have no states- remove from the Neuse .river obsiruc
manshipinthe North. I Our leaders lioQ8 s .a10 Permit boats to reach the rail
areaflmprPflnari o3 .fc road bridge of south Goldsboro. Some
aie all merceuary, and there is a mer- work was necessary to make navigation
ceoary taint about all our legislation. sfe below Newbern, at the 'Blockade
We want the old stvlei nf '. Snnt horn Obstructions.' Iu a few davs that will be
. . - . I VlAm nM.J .. J . 1. a,.. . -11 t
wmfireicu, auu tueu iue oueraiions win oe
river. Some ex-
to deeoen and fix
the channel where the depth is insuflicient.
statesmen who had thoughts above comPlf ef.and then the
dollars and who Ipgblafed' aa thTy ESER-Jltf!",
iur me wenare ot th
production is not profitable.
-bat we are
WDdd fd at -aIi limes a gentieman. Hugh it can never become self-sustaining
not. prepared . to'-' sav I thousands of nmiint.w. m . JzXrLl -there are some new exDensea that.
, .... - j . r ..u.i.uo TTin icici viucuou I - i
iiiai mis etate of. things is strange I ia tar neart of hearts' j- ! should be incurred. The Orphan Akf-
or unheard of. The experiences of , T 7T. ' L should receive an endowmcnt,and
-.uer times would probably show' M 7 71-1 ricn the Public School Fund .should be
mat such trials as we are now going f C 01 "T0 DOe enlarged. We agree with the Wades
xnroagh are similar to those of other Z r
oeonlea anS 3 . Albrecht Von
a -r-- . kujco, auU taai, too: be-
I nr -.. . . . ' . --. .-r
competence, and thev "vr,WUI oe sea entirely neiow tbe railroad
ambitir.no (i,. .u , 118 ""toove mai point, l suall he awe, 1
amoitions than the mere accumula- hope, tAjIearthe river sufficiently for pre
fer some months, but she seema to fPoauon wnioii they have brought
have discarded him. : i f 10 him, and the letters which he has
looetveu or late as to the condition of
tion of wealth. We want such men sent use, but. to -put that part below ihs
in Congress again,and in control too " railroad bridge in proper condition will re
"But, Mr. Phillips, in killing slave- qmre further aPPropriation.
ry, haven't vou killed off that, .loo- : " Charlotte Observer: Tho follow-
of statesmen and the nnuiWi; t M,nS postoffices were established in Norib
i i- - - . " vi obaLcBuiHii ann t rtAoaik i;i e i i-"
Tne Georgia Confederate JHondmeut. P0W '8eounaent,. has resulted in put- their reDrodnction? ' m . a Carolina during the week ending October
The Confederate monument, which .1DS nim 10 a frame of miud more en- Southern Rriatni.rW -ki ml amai '-"ro, Anson county; Uolman's, Ala
was nnvAill nn Z? loyablethan anv tn Whinh hi,0. wl 7."lne anocracy possible. The mance;- Round Mountain, Wilson. -No
ffl.; m the. pre.ent Cm. J. oe of S Zi W... TJS
JaX UUCLilV. II VH IITla I CI 1 - . . - . WIIIMH 111 C TT fT I tlltf - W MB.W..-a.l I wawu Vra, U11D I w II 1 liM 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mf- I niu Anninn I
, l i 7 '7 mon ocnooi system sboald either h " r i"" oouiq. , , r
faithful to her .husband, and how a
d - . .. j . uuuiuiiuu v. gteaviT IIUUIUVCU.
iVflrftfl hoc .a m. I a J f rwv"
: n- - aGGur uuLuiuK i. inn
fore machinery was ever hoar of
The labor guilds of Europe were
formed to protect the laboring men
against undue competition, to regui
late the number of employed, and to
limit the amount of production.::,: :U
It may become necessary in 'this'
country for the people Uo regulater
this matter. In the South; we -all
know there Is tod mnfti
3.. -. . P "Y-v- Wj!i In.:,-. O.L. t-'. ! I ' r . I 1UUUH Ot tBA-WOrlr marck r-n,anA 1
-cea Anover-supplyaiway8bring8 ?f 00J ! the Ladies' Meml As that after: the eiectinsol
down the nricfiR. Yftnnn....:.i.?: tooer, iu,43P bales of cdttbnan ini 1 :'"W,avnoiLinff.2;n,WB'.:.'i-.-'4kA: fJ0or: ' vi ? - ' to-mnrrnwiU , , . 7
. - v iiwiaw
cares to questions of state. I ven
ture tho assertion that, tho srtk
e Hoose. Thia comes
The monument is of 'marble, and was not 80 much from and idea that the
: J n -w ' . . . .,7 :' I Fn.inn.. .1.1 T 1 i . .
maue in errara, italy. ltiS7I feet ."P" ?an PtJ look without slavery won't nroSn tfc.
guiltyMrs; bhUdren, She is t,. sv , : - the, - foundation, "lt7!ua?alWn qaality of 8tate8man8hirvon
now residing at the ConveW of Vot;n , " M m . ?.ee Bquaro-at the baae.- - The- k u?.,Pr cnaoces 80 mnch Ji v."
Dame. " ' neMtroffltte vote 18 as follows: e8,ot Btonemountain granite. ;POQ8aerapiy of, late, "Ah, there's the trouble tw.iw,
f r; ; HaUfax-KitcbcB, Democrat, 739; ue "alUQ u a Voufederate Mier: gr"1- " ni ,tne personal trouble," said Phillips eflectiveiv
llH 0'Hara,Radical,nei; Harris, kadii Vftil TZ f: M
port trade, takes into count all ; that cal, 453.
P-asea vorougn. it iWUmington were Craven Kitchen inoor n'n, Thomas R. R. CobK nA aln,i nr
. J- il . ...U T. i- . . --. . r--- TI,
wv uo tnat. our exhibits would surpass 2000; Harris 300. ,' 1
those of Norfolk. ;It claims t6 have WiUnnJsc'A
v. mivuuuu o uia vutv 11 vht
Ah, there's the trouble, there's the
)g of the preseut situation. The "I
Is of the President say now that
i they are well satisfifid tW no
is t.itl WUI .uv..-', - """Lr1: -James Koyster, formerly of
General Stonewall Jackson,' General ad thjy are well satisfied that no Petersburg 7nX, Wo '
Thomas R T?. nKK n nLt iS- . further efforts tdat.talr th. t..:. -e?eDnrg ncfec: We. nnder-
he has as much as he can do, and has had
for the lasjjsix months! He is putting the
finishing touches on several new and hand
some residences, jr The intercollegiate
base ball match game between tbe cadets
of the Carolina Military : Institute and, the
students of Bavidson College, came oft at
the latter place yesterday, and resulted la
a victory- for the Davidson boys by a score
of 26 to 12. . The Greensboro $ev
NorlhStaie gives currency to the improbable
rumor that the Richmond & Dau ville Bail
roaa Company have decided to move all
with impunity the law . of politicai TWe
crease of 32,401. put how received?
;,v7ayne-itchen, Wajority isboj Georgia
VVarronilTf 5f sl.An 1 QBirWn.- in'nJ- I T
. W U UlbljUCII luU . V I .1 1 M ,111 I I . . . . . . ,. . .. cuu 1. II t1
Ifeis V 're:-': . nrifoo1 Heel NKepubhcan leaders, whp have, been
-. , , : i ""yov unica. . urOSS purposes. :' );; ;V
to-morrow the tendencv 'will ha to
reunite the administration and the
it is supposed that Maior Smith and Col.
ri - . lfi I "Uium uuivuaacu ail LOG IHuu ID LBc DCli;u
. wocuira are to guard uman . life and; borhood some two years ago." -Mr. H.
'S?hf relief to the s ickl So does Dr. Bull's J. ElanC tHrenterprisiag compositor io tbe
2Syi?y i Ps P1"09 hing injurious, 05s-r office, will issue a daily paper dur
and is always reliable. To h h.n -n inff ih - .ut .-Z A i.J i,n
' wutautan an i wa uw awua ua va iiih imit in iih a nun
drug stores in our city. Price 25 cents.
as the Fair Week Advertiser.