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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER f, 18S0.
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bethto',vi.V Wednesday, tl.e 10th dwy
0ff,,t.iiil et', JSko, ' - .!
Ki.vAi.i W. TAYi.an, Chairroau '
i.. oin i-.r A kii' Chairman. i
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Coii'Meis First District, '
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i ,c. "Fn."t t'oDgri''ral I'itrict.
BY THE ' j
THE BOYS IN BLUE.
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Booms Rep. Ex. Cosmii
i lWlLMIKOTOIT. iH. OL,
I August 20t, 1S8Q,
A Convention of the 1 2tH Senatorial
District, compruing - the qonvtiea of
New HanoTcr and Pender, is hereby ;
called to meet at Rocky Point,' on !
Satardaj Sept. 18tb, at 4 olock p.
to nominate a candidate for Senator.
New HanoYtr county will be entitled
to 4 delegates and 4 alternates. . Pender
to 8 delegates ,
1 : - t
many carcases of stranded politicians :
lying along thejjcoaMs of peliUcs, as
there were w reels of Wocade-rnnnrs
on tbe routhernoast alter the close of
the wa'. . . -1 1
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We have receiTed numeroei commu
nications from that part of the Third
District where the two contesting can- One of the most brilliant illuminated
didates ate meeting the cilistns, and if I processions which ever was seen in this
we may judge from the tenor of the city, paraded through our streets on I county will be entitled
letters', Mr. Canaday 'has the lead orer Tuesday night Ang. 81st. The proces- I an 2 alternates. New Hanoter and
Shackelford. Of course there is the j sion was formed at .Giblem Lodge j Pender counties are hereby requested I five ThnrdaTS
nsuai amount ol aaisrfpreeniauon on 1 Duuaing.at oo cioca m me joiiewmg 1 elect their delegates to! toe aoore
the part of the Democrats, as in the I order : " Tbe Lnterprissng Cornet I contention as soon as theit respectire
j Ob, but ain't this hot weather.
We lose 64 minutes of daylight this
The north is all ablaze forjGarfiefd
and Arthur. i$
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1 Archbishop Gibbons has Returned
nome irom ltome.
case (if the discission ati Bean fort. It Band ;" then Col. O. L.aIabson,
appears that Shackelford spoke at I staff, mounted, the commander ef
Morchead City en Thkrsday nighVi DJ" in Bine ; then, an escort for car
and, us it as trot one of the regular! riages, and, the first carriage contain-
appoint in en to, Mr. Caaaday did not go J ing ilon. D. A. Straker of Orangeburg,
over from Beaufort. This eorre"pon
dent wroe to the Newbern Nut Shell as
follows: ,' !
"A very largQ and enthusiastic gath
er inn of our citlxens and visitors assem
bled at the Macon House on Thursday
S. C, and Geo. S. H. Manning, and the
second carriage containing Judge 8.
W. Watts, candidate fur Elector from
this District and 11. E. Scott, Esq. ;
third, came Company A, Capt. David
Cooper, commanding, and Company B,
county conventions meet.
! , ! S. II. MA5II8C
Chairman Republican ExeuUt! Com
mittee. New Hanover count.
Chairman Republican Executive Com-
j mittee, Pender county.
I There will be a Republican Conven
tion at Town Creek township house on
Tuesday 2tst. day of September 1880,
nigbt, ifcth inst., to near tne discussion " . to nominate county officers. The Town
01 me oay oj 7' " 7 - V. T. ir,t!M im;MM
j 11 Ij.tf I '.nx ion, the'.UepuldivHu can-
, llji'piiblican candidate
r.r fi j'veriior.and Hvi'. Anirustut
M Muorc. . I lie
In A-iun niy 'llfiieral, will KpeaW iw fol .
ITiiIi.-ho, Fd.;t cunilic cotitily, Tuea
,1 iy, r'.'i-t. 7 1 1 1 . J . 1 . I :
. litii.nv, Ppider ciiuty, Wediicsday,
Sj'l'. S1I1. ' .( r . j . "
l.'liiit',i,'S.iiii'ps'ii' c-iiiiity, ..Thursday,
,t.;Hli. 'j ' -' - .
Newlirin, Craven t oiinty, Saturday,
r-H Hill. . ' 'f.'
I'f i'l y-'Hy, t 'a tU-xft county,
M,..i.l.iy, Ii'. fi. -'
"H:.,',.l,U.ijLi. Wuvim o-tintv. Ttumiay.
.H IMJK Hl'X UJ' !
, 1.. ..i lit iii all pcinls w li our
,1 l 1 . 1 .' ! v 1 "r I as, vi.sijcd the
',. .it. ii"'". arciMiiilM of the impres
: ... . tV1' ''"'j'." made. among
hi 1 11 j ' K 'he t riiNlaiit hfrcam
,1 it- i.lMiiciils witirh How in fur our
of the political issues
Hon. John.W. bbackelford, tbe Demo
cratic candidate for tngresx, and bis
opponent Mr. .W. P. Canaday ; The
laiter'gentlemdiQ did not appear, as Mr.
tStttclcford o literally wore him out jnt
Beaufort iluring the day he took voter."
' Our corrrsotident writes us:
This month has five Wednesdays and
The Jewish year 5641 will. begin at
sunset to morrow. I '
No interments In -Oakdae Ceme
tery Ibis past week..
Six interments iu.
during the paat week.
Not one interment
Cemetery this week.
Lutj I, 'Forrest
V I ' I 9 W- f H a I .. flfii! 1 1
the Bovs in Blue: fourth, the Comet 8mP ecuwye wmmiuee wut noia
. i ( a w I J
Star Cadets. A brain Jones, command- ine,r P""J elections on tsaiuraay marriage
inr firth ii. Kir-i. AV.r.i nl September 18tb, to select three- dele- I week
--e,,-. , - 1 . .. - .
Arthur Club, Capt. James A. Howe,
No interments in tie
Cemetery during the past week.
. 'The Register of Deedj issuei
liccnsea during! the
President ; j sixth, Fifth Ward Clulij in
charge d j Marshal Jtseph C. Hill,
I had the pleasure of being present Jhich made up all the organizttions in
duriii); 1 he joint discussion at Beaufort,
ami alho at IS ew port, aud in my bum
ble judgment, if there ever was a man
"literally worn out," wound up and
packer' wway, that man was John W.
jShackflfortl, and W. 1. Cnady is the
man who dkl the wearing, winding and
pa Jung." .
The 1'itsT tikes the opportunity to
say tliHl our 'candidate is not at all
given to hiking water nor showing the
white flag, nor anv of that sort of a
line. But! there nerc many citizens
following the blazing pVoccssion, and
the side walks were crowded.
Av the display with their torches.
blazing brilliantly, and tbe Uoys in
Blue iu their t in uniform, moved
down Market stteet . to Front, and up
Front to Princes, and up 1'iitictss 19
the City Hall, thtrwl was one continued
round of cheer, fur Oat field and Ar-
gates and three alternates, and no
more, to represent each township- in the
Convention. A full delegation from
each townBbip respectfully rrrjnired.
Augnu zutn, ijmsu. f
Edwakd W. TaylobJ
Chairman Republican En.
Rooms Rep. Ex. Committer,
Of New Hakover Oounity, Y
August 28th, 18S0. J
By authority of the Republican Exe
cutive Committee of New Hanover
county, a CONVENTION is hereby
Maine is given up by the fusiouisU
and they hava moved their implcuients
of war to Indiaua.
.The ringing of the market be.li at 7
o'clock, and the stores, :w a general
thing, are closed by that hour.
Messrs. A-jSTl.' Slirier are to cstab
lish a shoe store in a few week, in uuej
of the stores ou Market street.
thnrJ for I'.iixtmi. I:i 1 1 i m-f r. ChIihiIs V.
.1 .1 . !. I - I T " a- - '
luing. auu H w a game imu "i w ,',,,, glorious li-public;.!. party.
Much credit i- due lo 0-I.M.ilwon for
mi ' si lt i t one from the Eliz
as a fair
. . i . .1 1 : .. . r.. :
. in. Ilc -I ilu wlro'lt :
II.- i- ni.tkini; a uplcndid inij'rtssion,.
ii... : a lliiiu'iiig tnatvr lor, like many
i-1 iln-al.lcht I and; most' distinguished
in-11 el' life natiou' lie malccH nu claims
1 .-m-i :ial gills 01. a poula.spcaker
lii ih , Mini of .sterling, integrity, high
Ininnr and great fairneff. All vho
unit hiiu audi kit It i in arc involuntari
ly iii.nli' to j.viy.v'f'lhat man can bo
inHvil." I If imitilges in mi clap-trap,
i ii p.Mvrrs.ilioiis, no special pleading,
lit nivirif I lie issues involved in the
t.ni .s iii'ailear, plain, seiisiblo and
i-.iliv:il way. The-- arguments aud
tuii U luf makis are forcible aud un;
iiii-nt ral'e ie of a i haraclcr to ma
l.i-.tMiu' ini'pKssi. ik. Intellectually a'nd
in.i.iHy1ii is the peer of any inaii in
played on him
Another Correspondent " writes us
from Onslow that Canaday' canvass
has been very satisfactory to bis friends
up to that tijiir. Another ati'l, gives
an account if the maiiiidr in which
Oaitfiday d if pi is til f Hntckelford's
charge that if a man from New Han
over tviAU'ied a'l the money for the
i in 'io noetic of inlets nod streams
would go ht'- He sy that Canaday
drew on ht.m tbe refolutions of the
Convent i.Mlich nominated biro, his
own letlrr iccrpttne th
the sp endid org in'z m 1 n ol liiscorp,
and tbe appcarauc! tvaich it made ou
the march. This ra id display so
much surpassed the "15,00o" of the
Democrati a few nights ago th a it was
a general subject of coulnienl the next
On the arriving at the Cty 1111
where a very largy ciowd had already
gathered, embracing a large majority
ef all tbe whites and colored of the
city. Col. Mabdvin introduced the Hon.
D. a. cirnter 01 ootuu' oaiviiu n
A handsome wharf will be erected at
Bald Head this winter by Capt. liar
called of the Republican party' of New I per, for the convenience of his pacu
iianover county to meet at me uouri 1 ger.i.
House in Wilmington on Friday, the
17th day of September j next, at 10
o'clock, a, m., to make the jfollowiiig
Republican nominations, '
Sheriff, Begi-ler of Deed, Treasurer,
Coroner. Surveyor, two Members of
the House ol Representatives, and to
elect four Delegates and four Alter4
nates to the Senatorial Convention to
be held at Rocky Point,- -September
and denionsfiaUd that the whole Re- tUem Mr. Ktraker procjeeded in
A ciod head "of hair j is desired bj"
cvey one. Tho"uso of if all's Vegeta
ble Sicilian Ilair Ren'ewcr will restore
the hair if the hair cells are not closed
'AV bile the masts were .being taken
out of the schooner Mary Bear on
Thursday last, some portion of the rig
ging gave way aud tho mass fell across
publican patty of that part of the Dis
trict arouiicp the Capo Fear, were in
favor of i improving our wntcr-ways.
Then h asktl him what instructions
ho had nn that subject? It turned out
that he h.d .neither instructions from
his iaity, nor had he given a pledge
himself on tipp subject. In fact that so
speech f mor? than forty nuuutes,
which was a master-piece ot fine ora
tory. The points which he enforced
were, first, that the Democratic, party
was not fitted to take charge of this
great country and its vast intcrest,and
had neither character nor purposes in
common with tbe treat achievements
ISib, 1 880 j and to transact Mich other I tho cabin completely demolishing it
business an may proitcrly come before
said Oouv jution. r !
Each voting precinct will elect three
M rlt'8 UU llwtint An Ik
c Minty convention. i-
The Republican voters will meet in
tln ir respective townships at the Usui
There hasbeeu a revival in progress
in the Baptist Church aV JSuiithvillc,
conducted by tbe licv. Oi r L.
tended with good results
far as there was any evidence at all it I of lhe Kepublican parly, aud that they Creek.
voiiuk places,. to wit:
Cpo Fear township, at
Harnett township, at MacCumber's
Sloie. . - , " , -j : ..
Mason l-.ro lownhip, at '.Whiskey
The receipts oC cotton for the mout h
ol August footed up 030 j bales, while
Castle j during the sanid period lat year the re
ceipts were oDly 100 bales, ' being an
increase of 842 bales in favor of 1SS0.
was that the i Democratic managers of
the Third District were actually op-
ke I r,)MtH' to anyipf these appropriations.
COl. Mabsdn has received a letter from
Federal Point township,! at Biddie s
Store, on Monday, Sfptertber 13th
18S0, at 12 Vclock m, to elect three
delegates and three alternates each
and also to nominate a candidate for
Constable of each ol
tiK.v lUITI.Kl.'H htvt'VHSIUN
While Hits delectioti of (?en. .Sutler
t' ll.invoek ciiiinot iill'i ir any special
t i 1 aitjult in politics, inasmuch
t Ic i ti ntuil pioliatiiy caujo a tiuier
ritoe k'-a muHh electoral vote or a
Ma.-,Ui iiii iuher of
Iiitlll ii 11
would bring ruin tion the- ratiou if
they should ever get coulrorof it. He
counselled bis frleuds prteeut not to
have anything to do with, the Or ecu
backers as they were merely aids and
helpers of the Democrats. The true
H6n. O. H.t Dockery explaining that I coarse he said was for the colored peo-1 townships.
the reason be did not appear here at I pie to stand by the Republican party! The Republican voter of the six
the tl rand turnout last Tuesday, was I s those who Iretd them and .had al- J voting precinctool the city of Wilming
that he was out on a speaking tour ways proved their best friends. j
with lien, llarrlnger Jn Montgomery In the course of an allusion to Sena-
and! Stanly and other places, and that tor Vance's allusion the other day to
he will certainly visit his Cape Fear the Republican party as responsible for
friends very sown. I the fraud of the r reedman'a Bank, be
The Warrenlon Gatrtte makes a reck-1 made a rcmatkablo sUlemeot - that it
be a fact that tbe major
t'ostmastcr-Ueneral ALayuarU, was
serenaded at Washiugtou Jou Thursday
night, by the Teuuesset Kepubliciu
Association. Maynard, Secretary
Thompbon and Judge tllouk made
speeches. ' ; iln
mrt -tir t n ! i tn n -
I nu. . Jr. vuuj icuuiiuu jcbict- I iUI UAIXOWS--TniSK lilCIIABD-
day from his speaking our in the east, soa'a Statemeki1 or the Mubdeju
looking fresh enough. 1 Stephen Richardson exputed the crime I
Hon. D. L. Russell, having spent f f1"!6' " Friday at 20 minutes to
some time in the north returned to the . U He m not ho"
city yesterday rio. Fayetteyille. - of imor or fear; and sUted that
, " willing to die. The following
The large two story frame building is the substance of written statement
atBurgaw, owned and occupied by left by him, and his remarks on the gal
Messrs. Tienken & Cowan as a store lows: "On the night of the murder I
and hotel, was consumed by fire on went over as usual to look after my
Tuesday last. It wa Insured with house. At the same time my wife, lies
Messrs. Atkinson & Manning, of this ter Richardson,' was at Louisa MaulU- 1
city, in the Fire Association " of Phila- bys house, near by, and she abused me
delphia, for f 1,900, and 1500 with Mr, I rery much. She then left Maultsby's i
Norwood Giles in the Home of New I house and went to her father's home '
York, on the spot I nezi door; openetl - her fatlier's back
The North AmewcAk Review. 1 fPot J'ad went to" alwing me again;
The contents are : The Ruin nf fn. I "cu ana went out and com-
Irak America,- Desire Charnay : The men Mrelinfi 4
Perpetuity of Chinese Institutions, a I -w'- m u iuer, ikoiri
W1I William Th Trf.t f iwml I Lmcj Phinnej. of beinsr the cause
Surratt, John W. Clamitt ; The Per-1 jf Ba fUe Qt liTlo5 ,9' I
sonality of God, Prolessor W. T. liar. I blJ nSi lhen bcr father camo out
ris ; Steamboat Disasters, R. a Forbes; OTne ,rwnl door on UarneU alrett and
Insincerity in the Pulpit,- Rev.' E. E. ked me ot to use his name in the
Hale ; Recent, Works on the Brain? and J"1 oeeen myself and wife. I
Nerves, Dr. Geo. M. . Beard. Tho ar- lhfca went oal to th KU to meet Thin
ticles are all of thoghest style of ner treason the matter with him, and
American review articles. he rushed m the shop and got his gun.
my ' I ucii went, Dace to my bouse and cot
Abahikised ATSEfc-The brig Fred I Pde, returned and met Phiuney at '
T l : ti-. . e' tiV- l t..i . I thn TTarnotf trnot .In.. t.;i. 1.:. :r
i. lute, viv. oaiaiiyvpiung a teait 1 umu, nunc uia nu
aea, GO jn ilea east of iVing Pan Light- I nd AAcy.rhinney were tryinn to keep
ship, ia the Gulf StMro, on Sunday n,m Irm- coming out with his gun at
last, the 20th inst. B e filled so rapid- J m- 1 stepped up in ; tho door and
ly that it was found ft iessary to aband- I "hmney struck at me with the cuu.
on. her, and the crew iok to a boat ftud J and 1 uck at him With ihe spake, but
succeeded in reaching Smithville Tues-1 mieed him and struck my wife. My
day allernoon at G oH4ock. I wuejumped oat and run; then we tus
She drifted ashoreifbout two miles- 86,0(1 each other until we got to
southiof Sloop PointiVednesday morn- We bixth street door. Phinney's wife
ing, about 2 o'clock. liShe is dismasted waa in between : mo an him and I
and'her rigging is nneioe" over her I knocked her down and she fell in the
ro. .. . I .. . . I .1 rv. T1.: . . , I
siues. one nes stern tqwn on tne beach I ""j run ouv ui uie uoor wej
anu cannot ue goiveujqu wuaoui a very a-- v. nwu ujiuuicp; mere
great expense, possibJr more than she struck him several blows 00 the hand
is worth. The Underwriter's Agents ni1 tw0 on the head; the next blow 1
hope to save the cfirgo, consisting of 8ln,ck him I knocked him ddwn, and
lumber, and float it farouud by a small tnn. 1 ni.d the cries ot 'murder I
schooner into Wrightsville or some
other bound aud dispose of it. There
was no insurance on the vessel I.
jumped and run, and left him with the
gun by bis side, where I knocked bim
down. ! Where I made a misUke
in not stauding my ground and let lhe
officers find mo lacing my antagoul-t
with Lis gun in his band. I was ci
KNuiursoF Honshu The third au
noal sesjiou of th U rand Lodge of
Knights ol Honor j in this state was I lured then and put iu tbe guard bouse.
nem iu vsuevnic oegiuuirg on 1 ues- anu now 1 leel i tlial Uod has forgiven
day the 26th of August. Thirty-seven me for it all, and I have forgiven Ihein
lodges were rcpiescntcd, Mr. II. P. for all they did. I did not say I would
West, l. D., being the !. lkprcsentalive kill them all and rat my breakfast in
cily.r,Mr: N. JotTi a 1 h! IVia1 Jimf0
Bellamy, Past Dictators, were also in I there to kill anyone, if I had I would
have used tbe spade cdgewuo instead'
of sidewise." : -j
Richardson ' died easily and without
auy sign of pain.! His neck was bro
ken in the fall, and in twelve minute
afterward be was lowered into his
coffin and capied to the residence of
his sister, Mjary Simmons, aud from
thence to Tine Forest Cemetery, where
be was interred. L '! r
ton will meet at 6 o'clock p. m., Sept.
13ih, 1880, to elect three delegates and
three alternates each I I
their -respective 1 business meHing of tbe Republicans of
I . ' ill ! " '
the Second Ward will be held at the
Court House ou Monday night, Sept.
6th, at 7 o'clock. S. VaxmkixueJ
Im 'assrtioii. by savint that "While 1 was found to
the Radicals were in power" the state part of the money borrowed of that
debt "was increased to forty millions; Bank was borrowedjby Democrats, and
and worst of all not a thing to $how never paid by them. In other words
where, the money rrf. Wont every the chief losses were caused by the
good man be eager to vote against such Democrats themselves. He challenges
a th eeia parv in November next r 1 a denial 01 mw siaiemeui
When it ! is remembered that $16,-
ongress even in tbe
t 1 1 1 1 bo confessed
Uut to see a wan ol
bw bi.v in nn I intrepidity take so do
uoivJa 1 slen. ! Wo have beeuioaccus-
loinol thc apostacy of men who bad
U ti ' et nsideto I iullexibly true and
ut!i wart, that the occurreuc does not
friuUMi im as it did in ,1872,:' when we
, mi uuiiu r.Tiuuibull.bchurz, Tipn,
. IVuieii of New lsik, Oen. Banks hI
Sa u on r. Chase, fading aloof from
tW ulHlt, t iin. Orant. There ia a
Rt a; doal jf, netting used to things.
i'U.ler has now deliberately reduced the state, it .will bein to haye some
timir to a dptudence on hi own
f !IvMi.g. lie has cul.altH.r frtiui the
'! gn- tit ll.o Democrat, where he J Geo. J. R. Stubba rt ,'. Tte "money of Police, ter his conrte, at the p,
,..L. I wvntt in that amount into the hands I Mall. !
It is tit, that wbeu a man bolts iu a of DetmKiata. Wo make m charge as Wttmlmjton has never aeen
l.C(t dearie from his iWly. the act to mlaapproprUUoDS as the GtHU splendM aispiay, nor
t . m. wo wntreoa toe tine o mmum
wtttcmjdnte. the burning ol hit ahlpa dot. ; j 'J w WB Zhmtmm !
Uh lun., Cork did, cotter or 0or Jr oM Weiid the great "V was a druakee woe wr
Lttr. V v rxteption ia When a wan MrptBt' ipo feet long and as Wf tMral Butler's State Democritk
ItteUutre'y about aud retraces hia barrel has init in an arrasK agmlst. rv--tMlo at Worcester, wa ot all
' heu a poliliciau wavers irom ik.v.Mt nrthailax. I . .ik..w k -u th nni
kin tine.went dowa ia a7 terrtWe gale j pUyed oat the Abbott wing, hrav
with -ll her paaaeagers, and tbe beokea I 0J them sore heasled aoU UwclewteU
Mr. K. E. Heide, Swedish and Danish
Vtr.t-f!iinsul at thi- n.irt. with his two
First Ward, Upper Division, at First djlughlenK returned here safely Tues-
day night. They landed iu New lork
last Saturday from Hamburg. They
have been absent lour months. .
attendance. .' 'ii-: -:
The following ofliccrs were elected
for tho ensuing yeai viz:
. Grand Dictator pr. W. II. II. Cjbb
ofGoldsboro. i '.
(trand Vice-Dictator J. M. Spra
gius, of Tarboro.
tiraud Assistaut "Dictator Dr. R. F.
Lewis, of Lumberlon. j
Grand Treasurer S. C. Scofield,
(Jrnml Importer -P.! C Canton, of
Statcsville. . .
Grand Chaplaiu Rev. L. A. Bikl",
ML PleasauU !
Grand Guide N. Jacobi, of Wil-
Grand Sentinel - Jordan Stone, Abbe
Ward Bucket Company's nouse.
First Ward, Lower Division, at
Meare's Store, cornet .7th- andj lied
Cross. ' . -a j-.
Second Ward, al the Court House.
Third Ward, at Giblem Balding. ,
flrand Rally at Caatle Ilaync. j !
Mr. Editor The Republican voters ;
of Cape Fear township, assembled at ;
the 3 1st of August, ulLt for the pur
pose of organizing ' a Garfield club, j
Ringing speeches were made by II. E.j
Scott,Ei MeMni. WK. Price, C. P.
Grand Ttuee-i-J. C. Buxton, : of I waey, O. anAmringe, aod tn. S. t
Winston, G. W. Blount, of Wilson, :L. I . Manning. The cakcM were all ,
C llaios, of Isi-slon. , I attettUvely luteoed to, kod fretjuently t
ll tescnt-ii.ta to j the Supreme t end vociferously applauded while ad-
L -ic ', whtvh metis I , Minneapolis. I dreasiog tbe large i crowd prcacnt. At
Minn. -P. C. Carllou.
QMary Eliza Llvefy, a colored woiuau I Klutz as alternate.
The next utevting
of bad habits and worse character, and
Fourth Ward, at Ann street Engine wmJ j, welj know,, j0 H.lice circles,
House. i - f 1 severely stabbed a mu named Gaila-
' Fifth Ward, at 9A strett Bucket ' Moudsy night bt. Sh U cow
Judre Watts was uext introduced. I Cowipany's House. I I iu iail awailire a trial before the
mm ft ! . I I I V a. 1 Mt 1 a .11 im. . ft - I i -m
.,v ,ww i ,1, iullhl ".klU I IU P:d f m iu mS ,,6 rw-v- wlo,Mlwun
.vy.vyr. v. ' I . . ... I Krta ,M I I- lk. .il. .ill rt.M .1 i .Vork.T
thelUdicalf wt win rwer-were ae--v--: . , - tT ... ... f' 4 4.iMlnB Wn. Stevenson, celored, was caught!
i rf. Tmft4-t.fm n.llTM of I 07 w nucD pprinus iu iu v-v i m. vuw ,--" w- -Twr I ! i .t a r ti
liTtrea lo ttit ueuocrau, ntiirt 01 1 . t , i ..... ..z on TBrsdar nirbt in ihw cl of rockioc
awv - I - " r
itlea of the enormity of its allegation
with Thro F.
taroaca the principal street, hey proxies are allowed Jf a delegate U ab- e Republican processmtwo Iroot: of
.1 ... . ... , u I tk rSl irll 1I Taa rromotlv ar-
against Dr. W. J. Hawkins, Col. RobL desire through UU reporter cn hU place will
if Cowan OoU WiUiam Johnston. Ueir thank. tCaptJ Brock theCWf alternate,
a more oraeuy
nMwtiy, tlie fatal step has been al
taJy taken, lhcplague-potU fastened
tu Uiai, and he U a bold man who
tm iciumlu his former coverta. But-
b now done prccUely that. With
a'saedicity maliar 'to hU charscler
ktJwr't th Hoe where he has al- j
liaocrs and Mends aud ictis fraternity
menr, ih Mashctti lVmocrats
ho hate him. .
Tbtre can be o j&r in the eevrntrie
M)vtaBU wf a suau like Butler, any
aoft (baa there would be if Bob
T.mh or Wade Hampton were to come
vr boldly Into the raaks f the IU
paUkaa. The day ahea great bodice
of atea ate moved one way or another
by 01 1 man, U ended. But there era
be supplied by an
On the adjourn meat ol the coueiy
coovcntioR, tbe city delegates will as
semble ia coavealioa to nominate a
candidate for Constable ofWilmiegloa
niairsaaw Ri-. 0ntv Ex. Committee.
J. E. Samfsu, Secreury.
, Ace. SI, ISSO.
To tua Editor or tr Peer :
AtMwdiM to arvoiatmewt Dr. E. M.
rested and his Honor, Mayor Fisbblate,
raid ten days close conGncmeot in a
the conclusion ol the peeches the votcta
j of the township proceeded to orranlte
a GARFIELD. BUXTON Axi CAN
ADAY CLUB. ! j - ( :
Tbe following named persons were
elected permaaant officers, via :
Preaident Joseph Sharplcta. ,
Vice-Prekideot Priaau. Aycock. il
Secretary Jallus Biasell.
Assistant Secretary John PieiMat.
Treasurer Prince NLxoa. ! L
lUanoa Master s Keport. Capt I Rosolalioas were aJopled codoraiar
Walter Coney, Acting Harbor Maer.j the naiional, state ; a4 coogrosdoaal
of tbe Grajsd
I judge of the state will be held in Ral
eigh, 00 the fourth Tuesday in August,
i88i. ' - r -i ' --
The ien.rt ofG. DvjTheo. F. Klul.
shows that the mcmberahip in this
Ule of the Order baa increased nearly
S00 during the past twelve months.
A voaoe married lady at BurgiW at
tempted suicide on Wedoeday by Ukl j B5?iae.
ing laudaauoi. .She was dt-Krred in J ,-
time and miHMa adaiioilcred With
rood eff-cl. Temporary abcraUoa is
makes the following report of the arri
vals of vessels at this port, Ac , for Jit I
month of Aognai:
the oaly cause that
for her attempt at self deatractioa.:
The WUmington A
can be aiaed
wreck and cargo are beiag washed I t u the Democratic "cloth" against I Xormeat, candidate tir rwetary oii bare ly changed the
ashore near Matanaaa Inlet, aboat I mwahed.M I State, apoke at Eliaabethtowa on laelr a 9 crtr thc 1
miles south 01 St. Angwstiae lorwa. 1 - T . . ' , , I JOih ia. Hbspeeca wasagoeuoa.
tM. John T. CaMav Oollec of L P!
Pti.to-r at itmuwick. Gtorcia. has I rfT- mum I saort attentive I Uiak I ever saw.
been eewlnated by the RepaWicaae for aatlaa wrta Waittaker, bat that ch ewe replied to Dr. X, althowgh theop
r.Rrrfs In the first DiaUkt. with a I treaiaaeat as the colored cadet received I Mftaaity araa five. I aaaentaaw
rt.a cf a. aWU. If tkre la a at WeU Pawl waaU m aa .accorue . ra eowaUevmble crowd to
fair vote ead coaau'
, " - - 1 . v.
10 V.JTirZLi a. rm 1 ami aim
1 vratw.. v- r v: n " j " 1 .. .
ea the day reevioaa at
Weldoa and Wil-
A Aoxusta ilail-
ladiag ia e ovtr the mada.
Rather than a hvw sfeowld be'raUikd
apoa any one, CvL Pore agreed 1 fa-
aish the new I4ak t ahipren frt of
S earners, '
aomiacea of the RcpuVlicaa party and
reafimleg allegiaac to the ptladplca
laid down la the national and i siata
tdaUorata of the jparty.: The Greea
hackers tboarUt they had the hairs aa
a, bat oU Cape Frar ks aUU alive and
will avoi be misled by the eacmles of
the Repablkaa party- ' Year, ;
Two editors weraaesird sUe Vy U
at a dram. A trarexe worn a
I eamiac dowa the (rope bottom 4&p;
123 aWaly tha ropa woaad arta4 t
limbs aad body so thai aha acarcely
. moved. "How grad sally aha came .
W dova aatd ooe adiiar. TYta, aaU
I the other, '"jaai like aoaaeef 'ay ab-
There U ot mach deaU bat ea-Al- 2Sdhisaelf saU taal aa dd aUdara Raieaaera, waeva hm taa
J-l i;ral A. T. Akermaa aiU aa loUat Waittaxet dtferelv acaaa eeek. Obi Cladea may aa ar4ed
it-uLaeTly U!?ZST iiZr a good -aiecity to the ReraUi-
rrfmJ r Umatloaaf hi. class. ;1 a ticket, If aU aer Ii da
VMrxjarTAXt to auxcsttsl tuc ur
rtiTRvr. i 1 1 r- - .
The iVrrport the aeamlia. la aSS
Bald Uewd Ckaaeel at asaaa law Uda I
KoTKX.-Thca b Co a daast
aboat the irrrgaUrity of the Fwt
aaail raatea.! The taalt Iky someahere i daria the at saoatli al ll last; I fj
kweatiatetaraiwWviWrw! Wete asaaa law tide, f a I LillJatr
S 1 1 I mm -T ...ii.i
Goveraov of Georgia.
The Ncbraaka BrpablicaRa have rt-
omioattd tWr whole sum ticket.
a, i a ati
caatkkeClf all her IVfablkaaa dl subscriber by tU ta ibI rwU. ' a avrraxe rW 1 U 5 leet aa kUa 1 ?1 rr T,m r.tua.y a
L i.v-ft.b momiaated Ithaixdatyaa they are la a habit eXl The aaaueaUla, tftrrud taa4 makes tta dr vr m w r i-wrL
by the IWf-aUkaea ia K
doiag. Mara la Urn tatare.
bar IT to 171 fraC
a ua u.iu