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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA; MNDAY,? OCTOBER 3, lSSO;
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rates, except ou special con
Mr. John v. Blocker is thelndepen
dent candidate for Senator for Cumber
land and Harnett counties.
Will jam M. Black is the ludeptndent
candidate for Sheriff f Moore county.
W. B. Duncan is the Independent
candidate for the Senate in Carteret
and Onslow counties. j -
We understand also, that Robeson
Ward is the Independent candidate for
the Senate from Sampson county.
VIOLATION OF ARRANGEMENTS.
Ihe -understanding between the op
posing candidates for Congress in this
District is that no outsider shall make
a speech at their meetings, without the
" ... . . " i ' ' i i" j
tv, rnr(ii f Ar i I.A Aiiisroa nnfn. tnat tbe rirst. not me seTenuiaaT u w
ing erideno oi Jhriauanlty', especaaiiy
of the resurrection ; and (31 as a means
ot susUining and developing; Cbfiitlan
lile.' ' He argued that Just ptportioft
as the sanctity of the Christian5 "Sab
bath is obserred, will be th exercise of
the ether graces and TirtuesMJ,; .
, Then Her. H. Gaas v otr SJUiLouis,
Kcnroes of read a paper on the SabbaUu... William,
. Bodge a paper ; on tempeianice, in
which he stated that the liquor aanual-
the rest ot ihe evening was spent in I j t drank in , the United, States coal
reading papers. Dr. Campbell objected 1700,000,000, annually and the. pSaper
to the practice of applauding which ism and. crime $700)00.000 more.
the Methodist council to be held in
London. The Kev. Dr. . Yan2ndtf ead
a paper on "Creeds," Eey. br. Chamr
bers a paper on "Bible Revision,", and
the Rev. Dr. Edward D. ! Monies of
Cincinnati on "PresbYterianism; and
In the evening Principal
Sidney read a paper on the "Condition
of ReJijrion in New South Wales." and
For the 'Senate,''
llENEUY E.- SCUl I;
Eor the House.
W. II. WADDELIi.
JAM1 WHtiN. -
, K.ir Sheriff.
S. II; MANNING
J or UruiU r ol Deed.
JOSKl'll K. SAMlON,
J''ur TiTHsurer. I
i'.r C riit r.
had been frequent durintr the several
sessions, insisting that the place where
t'ue Council met became the tenaplo of I
consent of a'l the candidates. We learn God, and that outburctsof applause j
with hands ami feet were unseemly.
He suggested that the Methodist cus
tom of crying out "Amen," and "Glory
be to God," be adopted when the Coun
cil and audience desired! to express
their approval. This advice evoked
Dr. Ciryler thena s pole4 on theatrei
and places of amuse
' Finished next weeL?5"
that contrary to this understanding the
Democratic leaders of Cumberland,
seeing tbat Shackelford was at disad
vantage at Kockfish on account of the
drubbing which Can ad ay gave him,
forced W. C. Troy of Fayetteville upon
the stand to make a speech, he of courre a round of particularly strong applause,
K. I). H
; wee ir.
tiii: ijiiN(iKasioAL canvass.
Mr, Canaday ard Mr. Shackelford,
linvc continued their canvas until they
1 . i. II ll. Tl, ir'A f'a.
tut v eovereu ueHny jiu i.uu
tricl. Tliere much speculation as to
"lliu mulls on tho part of , both parties.
Ail Hit news that reaches us is to the
clUct tliitt Cmaday has the best of it.
Where thtie is so thuch smoke there
oiut bo lire, and where tho news all
runs iii one direction the indication is
junmistakable. Tlie best indication we
have from Carteret, Onslow, Duplin,
, Sampson, Moore, Harnett, Cumberland
Hud UlinU'ii, all points in the direction
. ol the ekcthn of Canaday.
la it of what wo say we refer the
reader to lie correspondence which, we
.' publ li Trim Simpson,.. Harnett and
Moore. In addition to.' this Ave have
numerous private adyicei'- from all the
counties. The lone of. the information
that wo havS docs not seem to bo vio
lent anltis vo'd of the uual bitterness
of ;i Vauvas but as wo have said above
ah p one way. .
:i A hilo we give these views of the,
stao of iho cauv;ss, let Ui hot be uu-
derstjod that Canaday V fiends'" ought
!to rest on tleir oars. Sixteen hundred
"Democratic majority is not a trifle to
ove ci ma in- oidinary times". In any
canvass vigilancj hhould last Jill the
last vote iirin ai d the polls aro closed.
AUunset ou the 2d ol Novcaiber the
event witl bo decided, the fiat of . the
people will haye boon uttered, not ooly
ia this District but all over this uation.
iTieu we cm resi. But until then tire-j
less vigiuiiicc, uureleuting pertinacity,
undeviating industry iu getting out
every vote in each precinct, must be ex
ercised. The interests uf this importance
District arotoj great to bo intrusted to
iiuntlVrent bauds, but will be safa if
being nxious to do so. The crowd at
first called on Major-J. C. McKoy to
speak, but ho very properly declined
to do . having a proper regard for
his idoiriicter as a ccnlleman, and told
the rr wd that it wuuld be in violation
of the understanding between the can-
didaUrf, and that he would not De a
party to .-ucli an act. Then about half
a d z u ol the leaders called ou Troy
and hf proceeded to mako a i speech,
CanHil.ty V formed him over and again
of the uniUrstaiiding between, the can
didates, but he took no notice of it. It
is doubtful if another man in the Dis
trict could be found, who would bo far
have denuaued himself, excepting this
W. C.Troy. Pass him round.
,! A friend, who accompanied the can
didales through from -Fayetteville to
Rockfish, the Hollow in Bladen, and
to Turnbull yesterday, informs ua that
with the. exception of the afTair at Rock-
fish, everything was agreeable, and that
Canaday was' making good headway.
TIIK PAN ritKSBYrJSRIAN COUNCIL.
The Pan Presbyterian Council, con
sisting of delegates from the Presbyte
rian Associations in all parts of the
world, aruTFepresenting a sect amount
ing to about 40,000,000 people, assem
bled for its second session at Philadel
phia on the 23d of September. Among
mixed with suppressed laughter. At
the close of Dr. Campbell's address, the
meeting vas dismissed, j '
4110 Councii met on the ulh day Dr.
Leary .iu the chair. Rev. Principal
John Cairns finishtd reading the paper
on "Tt.e Vicarious Sacrifice of Christ."
Prof. Hodge of Priuceton followed in a
speech on the saiuti subject atul then
Dr. 'Wilherspoou of Petersburg, Va.,
on "Future Retribution."
A long discussion then ensued, as
agretd upou, jon "Creeds and Coijfes
Bions," in which very many of the Kev-
erend gentlemen participated.
KEPORT FKOM 1'iIE COMillTTEli.
Dr. Schaff, from thoTCommiltefe on
Creeds aud Confeesions, reported ss
follows: '. - j -I
Jtetolvcd, That a conuuiiiee of uiiines
of the various brautfhes of the Ileform-
ed and Presbyterian churches embraced
within this alliance bo "pppointra to
reconsider the desirableness of defining
the "Consensus of the Reformed Con
fessions as required by our constitution"
aDd report at the next meeting, of the
Council. "' . . - ! l
Jtcsolvcd. That the following divines
be appointed as such com-j'iiltee:
Principal Dr. Cairns, chairman, o!f Ed
inburgh; Professor Dr. ! hot, Professor
Dr. Bearkie and Professor Calderwcod,
of Edinburgh; Professor Dr. Graham,
of JLondoc; lroiessor Dr. Wat(ts, ot
Belfast; Professor Drj A. A. Hodge, t-f
Princeton, N. J.; Professor Dr. patter
son, !of Chicago; Professor Dr. Wilson,
It ia reported at th - ReptiV'lic
headquarters in Washington, by a let
ter irom senator Conk ling that he be
heves the Republicans will carry New
York. -;- " .
. J udge Porter writes encouragingly
from Indiana,' The most reliable thing
seen for Borne time is .what John C.
New, the Chairman of. the, Indiana
State Committee, said.,, "I asked,"
wrote the correspondent,, "for. his .esti
mate of the Greenback vote.f . . '"About
20,000," he replied. , ;ifjt doesn't go
above that figure Porter will . be elect?
ed." There is no smoke in John C.
The Democrats are. working vigor
ously' in Ohio aud Indiana.
The Greenbackera of'? New Hauop
shire have nominated Warren S. Brown
for Governor, and a clean state ticket
with only 43 delegates, and those of
South Carolina have nominated L. W
R. Blair of Camden.
Secretary Evarts made one of his
best speeches to the Garfield and Ar
thur Club at Cooper Institute on the
29th ult. We will give clippings from
this splendid oration next week. 'Near
the outset of his speech' he stated his
Bubject to be: ; -
,The. shallow Hancockonians think
they will ba able to decieve the people
by tie game of brag. They are run
ning the puffy ostrich feathered Han
cock who has no principles at all, ex
cept what are injected into him period-
by Jere Black or some other old
Beedy feilo w oi that k ind. Hancock is
a'sort of swelled up, gassy FallstafF,
who is talking about his sixteen men
in buckram. There never .was such a
farce as this Hancockonian, except the
Greeley campaign. This will end in
the same ridiculous way as that did.
The southern Bourbons are so envel
oped iu esretism and self-sufflciencv
that they have no real judgment about
affairs. When they began the war they
did it on the "onc-southerner-can-lick-
fiAeen yankeea" theory, fromwhich
their smoky brains were very speedily
disabused, by such occurrences - as
Vicksburgand that "drawn-battle,"! as
they term it, Gettysburg, and also Ap
pomattox. When they were conquered
they had not secsc,enough to know that
they were couquered.but imagined they
had not committed treason and lest
their rights thereby, and went around
blustering and wagging their heads in
derision. Then they imagined they
could fool the country by taking up
Greeley, and now they have take dp
Hancock, on just ths sama modo of
reasoning a3 the Republicans might
take up Toombs or Wade Hampton
What would the sensible portion ofthe
American people have said if the Re
publicans had declared for Wade
Hampton at Chicago, and adopted his
There would have been quite as much
sincerity in one as the other.
jj We are gratified to learn that Col
John T. Collins, the Collector of Cus
tpms at Brunswick. Georgia, ! who has
been nominated for Congress in the
Savannah District by the Republicans
is likely to be elected. The Republi
cans have a decided majority in that
by candor to
chea victory over
The question before the country, the 1 District, and are well organized, under
U.XJZ the Iead of 8Q Col. E. G,
parties that divide the Nation, the con- Wade, Col. F. T. Johnson and Col
duct of its affairs for the ensuine four James Atkins. and others, and with a
years may be safely, may be wisely, very acceptable candidate in Col. Col
those preneut were some of the most M V f dinci'nnati ; obio. Key Dr
eminent ILeological scholars or tne Cambres ..oi New York; Rev. DrJ Bom-
world, and this is only ther second
Council of tho kind, the first having
been held iu Edinburgh, Scotland, two
This grave assemblage was called to
order by the Rev. Dr. William Payton
ol New York, who preached a sermon
from the text taken from Matthew,
eighth chapter and eleventh verse:
"And I say unto you that many shall
come from the east and west, and shall
sit down with Abraham, and Isaac and
Jacob in the kingdom of heaven." It
is impossible for us to attempt any ; ab
stract of the sermon. After tho sermon
the welcoming address was delivered
by the Rev. Dr. Breed of Philadelphia.
At the close of tho sermon the speaker
welcomed the foreigners as follows:
1 'Ono hu nd red and seventy-fi ve years
berger, College Hill; Pa.; ReV. Dr.
Dales, of rhiladelphia, and l'riticipal
Caven, of Toronto; aud Rev. Dr. Schaff.
J Sept. 20th.
Spirited discussion relative tolappli-
may be hopelully trusted by a people
loving its honor, respecting its dutv.
and valuing the institutions which we j
have inherited from our noble aneestry. ;
General Grant at Warren, Ohio, gave
the Democrats a rasping on this wise:
Nation whero a Democrat cannot cast
his ballot and have it counted as cast.
No matter what the prominence of the
opposite party, he can proclaim bis
political opinions without fear and
Single Copies 5 Cents
Manning addressed the meetiig, and j Bubstribera who have had their pa-
the wildest enthusiasm prevailed. Gen. I pen left at their homes, will confer a
Manning spoke an hour and i half in I favor by leaving their names at this
his happiest manner. ' I office. "We have been unable yet to
The Statesville America sav: I make us a perfect liat ol our city aub-
'.WeTleara from one who was present acribera, and will be obliged to put our
that the discussion at Mockaville re- I city circulation in the poetoffice until
aulted in, a grand Republican triumph, we an do 00. . Subscribers can call at
admit that Judge nr- 1 r- - -r- -v
Ool. Armneld was
Charged wrra Mt7RE, Office 1
cnmnW Th RannbUcan nrosDects I 't7"r. umr
l " -.: . . I KimAM I XV.w 1 J T- .
Datia am hriirht and , nOWlDET I Jt" xwvuaiuwu vauiareu ouo Jim
briehter everrdar. If the Republicans I Black, of South Carolina, who is wanl-
of the District but do their duty j; urcn-1 ed by the sheriff of Marion county.
e ciccuou is surr. - :' H iV A.LI . .lik .. mij .
j ..- I w - w - vaaaa vve w au m. auvoi w
Ibid: i lblooded murder and is now in jail
THE WlLMIHGTOS PdbT is engaged I .waiUnir the office of the Iaw frcm
in Extracting some precious more xr.rlnn ni
places that journal ia a rather unenTKvlff,for his arrest,;
extracts will be to lower the fitor in the A fri8,ld ntui Iram Beaufort says
esumaf ion of the better thinkincr - peo- I tnat J udee Watts, our candidate for
pie and advance the cause they were 1 Electorr jwaa. with nsi yesterday." and
means to injure. - , , BDokjl to 1-,, PrnA who T-
Our friend, A. V. Uorrell, mtorm attentive and showed great interest.
us that there was a large turnout at I "He made a most excellent impression
Robinson School House in l ranklin tnd far suppassed my expectations.'
township in campson, wmcn war aa-1 The Judge will speak iu other parts of
dressed by Gen. S. H. Manning of , this J Carteret and the east befora going to
cuy ana outers, ana mat ma speeca i the, western part of the District.
aroused ereat enthusiasm. There were
more than 600 present, not a Green
backer among them, ' and Sampson is
wide-awake for Garfield, Buxton and
They formed a Garfield, Buxton and
Canaday club, electing Albert Johnsoni
President, and Totaey Farmer, Secre
Dr. T. M. Sykcs of Bladen, having
been nominated lor Senator from Bla-
Mr. Peter Joseph, an engineertra-the
Carolina Central Railroad, while un
coupling or coupling some cars at Lau
rinburg, Monday night, got his foot
fastened in a guard rail on the track
and before he could extricate it the
wheels of the ox and tender passed
over it. crushing his foot and leg, ne
Registration. Itl?is the duty of
den and Brunswick by the Republicans, I every voter to know what the law is in
ot his own motion and will has tendered I regard to regtaterinjr their names, and
his resignation, which was accepted, it is their duty to see, each for himself,
and Mr. William T. Pridgeon of Bladen that his name is properly - registered. ""
was nominated in his stead. We know Do not trust any one to attend to it, but
Mr. Pridgeon as one ot the best men in go yourself, otherwise when voting day .
Bladen and a man that is popular with I comes you may regret it,
everybody. . ' " ,
i jkuo oicatu-iug xiexaiu, wuicu rcceni
y arrived here, en route for the gov
ernment works in Charleston' harbor,
left here Friday for her destination,
under command" of CapU H. C. Cassi-
Seo Hancock Pinafore song on the dey, with a flat in tow which has just
iBest Sweet Navy j
cations for membership. Committee I without proscription on account of his
repoi ted that no admissions to lucm- opiuion. There are fourteen states,
. , , i i '. ii v. u' i i and localities in some other states,
bersh.p bo granted till churches had whfire llfrmb!:CMjl h not X nrZ
been admitted to membership. Debate I iego." That strikes the Democrats as
involving parliamentary law. Bruce "sectional." Of course. From the lime
of Glasgow, Breed and Dickey ofPhila., 0f William IE English in Congress in
Watt of Belfast, finally decided that
the "Council is unable hoc statu
mit as members representatives of
churches whose relation to our consti
tution has not been explained to tho
Council." 1 "
Papers read ou tho "Theology of the
Reformed Church"! by Posterzer of
Utrecht, Mitchell of St, Audrews, Ap-
tho i Topic will send to the Capitol of 850,000 people, nearly 150 Presbyterian
the nation t'.e cueigytio, the true, the
l.l l, the indexible, the fearkss caudi-
d.ite of ihe Republi'cuV party Hon.
Williiui P. Canaday.
A OUKaT MKKT1NO.
tJcu. Graut accompanied by Senator
OouVling, (.!eu. liOgan, and welcomed
by i 1,000 people, '.'made rpecches at
Warren, Ohio, ou tho 2Slh ult. They
cre lha Reuublicans of Garfield's
'nob'e. old District of the Western
Uesctve, which used to turn out its
30,00) majorities: Not only Conkt'og
and logan, but the venerable ex-Senator
t'ameron, Levi P. Morton of New
Vort, aud other distinguished gentle
men were uf the pjirty. The whole
ocue wxs gy with the uniformed clubs.
aco the first American Presbytery was pie of Lancaster.
organized in this city. To-day, of its I Tho Council adopted tho recommcn-
850,(H.H people, nearly loo rresoyierian I dation of the Uommittee on ureeisanu
minister. 120 Presbyterian congrera-I Confessions lir ihe appointment ot a
Hons: with a communion roll reaching I committee to cousidcr and report upon
42,000 and an adherence of some 100,- I the advisability of defining the con-
1860 down to the present, to state truths
like those about the Democratic party
has been "sectionalism." In fact, for
twenty years there has been no real
difference between sectionalism and
Referring to Fiizhugh Lee's speech
'in which he declared, "If yon desire
that those heroes (Confederate) . buried
there shall not have died in vain, vote
the Democratic tiefcet!" the New York
Ueratd Bays: "Why should the Demo
crats persist in supplying the Republi
cans with texts."
lins,anda fair count, will without doubt
be carried. W e notice that Col. Col
lins is in Waahington. !
; The Democrats around the , National
Committee's headquarters have been
bragging for a while that they had a
"Hancock Republican Club." consist
ing of 3000 members. A reporter for
the Tribune, after hunting a long time,
found the "Club" to consist of old Re
publican sore-heads and dead-beats
and in number only 30. Barnum got
it up as an adjunct. !
Wo hear that some sneaks have been
posting indecent placards j around on
private houses, stores, shops and pub
lic buildings. If these dirty sneaks
want to try any more of this mean bus
iness they will find that it ia a game
that two can play at. i
The Treasury Department estimates
the reduction of the debt for the month
of September will be at least 12,000j000.
The revenue of the fiscal year ending
June SOth, has. been accounted and
dosed, and shows $333,520,011, or more
The Produce Exchange has been re
moved to the rooms lately occupied by
Messrs. E. Lilly & Bro.
been completed for the works at Char
leston at Mr. J. W. Taylor's mill.
In ita notice of Wednesday's pro
ceedings of IheTan Presbyterian Coun-
Mr. Sol; Haas arrived a this city on
Monday last and formerly assumed
charge as General Freight Agent.
cil. in session in that city, the Phila
delphia TTfncssayc: "Rev. Dr. Wilson,
of Wilmington, N. U., delivered a short
address upon 'Evangelists and. Evan-
The Rev. Dr. Wilson arrived home gelistio Work.' Ho argued that Chris-
on Friday night, and will officiate at I Wans should be Christ adorers first and -
the First Presbyterian Church to-day J church admirers next. He advocated
a systemized itineracy, contending that
We apologise to tho publishers of
the South Atlantic for neglect to notice
the two last numbers, and will make
amends next week.
the ordinary ministry is like a fixed
battery, while flying artillery is also
. Federal Jurors. The following
is a list of Jurors for the fall term of
the U. 8, District Court, which con
venes in this city on the first Monday
Benj Scott, A J 'Hill, W J Pen ton, J
C Smith, Thos A Davis, Robert Noyc,
J A Scarborough, Geo F Alderman,
Henry Kuhl, Win Goodman, J W Ma
cumber. B A Uallelt, B F Penny, I T
Alderman, S R Birdsay, Jas W Jack,
son. F M King, Oscar Pearsall, A M
Mr. J. W, Gordon has removed to I Kaldwin, L G Thornton, W Kellogg, E
Richmond, Va., where his family will I D Hewlett, Richmond Hall, Preston
A telegram was received in Ibis city
to the effect that Dr. M. J. DeRossct(
now residing in New York, had been
stricken with paralysis on Thursday
last. ' ". .' ' '
Our public schools will open is Dis
trict No. 1 of this cily on Monday the
4th of October. In District No. 2 the
scnool ' commenced on Friday the 1st
of October, i
than $1,000,000 for every working day hereafter reside. His brother, Mr. W. Spriggt, Jno II Pugh, G J Boney, C U
The Boston AdtertUer notes the fact
that it was not on the stock board, but
000, join in giving you a genuine Pres-1 sensus of tho reformed confessions, as I among the permanent owners of the
of the year. Such are the fruits of the J. Gordon will remain ia charge of the
policy of the prcscut Republican ad- J busincs here.
ministration and Secretary Sherman.
bvterian welcome. Welcome, one and
all. to this citv. where the first Ameri
can Prrsbylery was born and cradled."
In the evening the Rev. R.D. Hitch.
cock of New York read a paper on
"The Ceremonial, the Moral and tho
Emotional in Christian life."
In tho morning, 24th, the two ad
dresses by Prof. E. P. Humphrey, D.
D.. LLD" of Louisville, and rrof.
reuuired bv the constitution of the; Al
liance. The following delegates were
constituted the committee; Dr. Cairns,
Prof. Flint, Prof. Blaikie, and Prof.
Calderwood. of Edinburgh: Prof. Gra
ham, of Loudon; Prof. Watu, of Bel
fast; Trof. A. A. Hodge, of Princeton; j
Prof. Patterson, or Chicago; the IMt.
Dr. Wilson, of North Carolina; Prof.
Morris, of Cincinnati; the Rev. Dr.
Chambers, of New York; the Rev. Dr.
Bomberger, of College liill, Penu.; the
government four per cents, where the
tremulous shiver 6truck the morning
after the supposed Fusion victory in
Maine. .This slight tremor, wbich was
Grandy aud Latham are 'making a
thorough canvass of the Fint District
got over by later new, shows what j VoramenciDg to-morrow at Lewiston in l bom he me.
disaster may be apprehended in case 1 Bcrua county, and, swinging clean
Mr. R. J. Jonejs, wohas been to
Canada as a delegate to the Sovereign
Grsnd Lodge of Odd Fellows, returned
homo on Monday last, highly delighted
with his trip, as well a the people
Robert Watt. D. D., of Belfast, Ireland, I Kev. Dr. Dales, of Philadelphia; Prin-
wero read on the "Inspiration,
thenticity and Interpretation
I a the course of the evening Dr, OoU
banr of Edinburgh. Dr. Hutton of
An- Cipa caven, ox loronio, .naaa; i roi. ingtoa corrtapondeoU in
of the I I . Rr.,.L. v' M,'iu,r no a new and
Van Oostfraee. of lUllandi ProL Yode. society has sprung cp
T - - - B ' - - -
wu.iic, ba mcrs, aud te sUrs and stripes W(Jt Scotland, Dr. Sloane ol AUe-
aud tho fair daughwfrs of the Reserve. .y Ttnu Profeaot Brucej of
Amyiiithe mottoes were, "Tariff and ulwsow. Dr rierson of Detroit,.
Pro-perity, or Frve Trade and rover- JeDllM of Montreal, Dr. Breed of
ty.-"GrCia the Pr Man' Friend.' p...,.,,,,,,.. mnd D- MUleken of Al-
"Whoso Friend U Haucockt" ,,Sve
Oar NaViou ic-Time." Stretched acroaa
tlc Wijwaui was "Our Principles
TU'u ia a Nation ; loyalty, protection,
TMnaiption, equal civil righu; a fair
, vote, honestly counted. We will fight
it out on this line.' General Grant
rea t a prvparel pch which was a
modeL aud which we will print next
lechany Cily. The purpose in ccnaid
eripg til subject is to enquire whether
more certmonj -something like a lit
argy something to relieve the servke
of its baldness, might be advisable.
On Satnrday Sept. 25th the Hon.
Horace Maynard, loatmastr-General
preaided. "Revealed religtaa In Ita re
lation to tcience and rhilosophy. and
wetk. 3ien CookUog delivered one fSJL .Vi n.d.
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wom aaare. .uco aa b b Df rwUmoJ of Edin.
lTr, and Loao aud others, aud no
uca time was evet seen there before.
Grant, Conkllng and party, called, on
Garfield at Mentor and eachaeg d dr
UoWtaad that the great champ too of
t& tople each took their way.
burgh. Dr. McOoah of Ptiaoa Cel-
!, read a paper ralaslag to he treat-
meat of jeaog men la this unstable
are. Prof. Flint read a paper on "Ag-
ostkum, Taert wereciTiUUea in the
tvtnlcg at the rmbjbrriaa Board of
Ta CaU term of the Criminal Cwtrt. PaUlcatioa. at which tit ilea. E. A.
hia Har JaJi Umfm MMklinr. I RaIIIm delivered a addrmt of wtl-
CJavtort U thil cltj. I come.
of Hancock's election. The stampede
in stocks would produce a financial
crisis worse than the black Friday.
As will be seen by one of oar WiL-
tome what peculiar
called the "Na
tional Minute Men of America.'
OLD SALPSOX LIT ELY.
' Sktt. 27th; 1S50.
The campaign la old Sampson has
enced more favorably for the Re-
puUicana than in eeveral ys past, cttr shall know that the Recnhlicana atUnd the General Convention U tha fYtJ A T1?T Tl T T I
ucTvvcvi iu luo rcau-i. - - 1 . ... l . I 1JU.1LI 1'jIj 1 a a S a 1 jm.
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UK 01 iapers on v.aarcA aoctnae anai ; --- -- , 1 iw-..kc. ua .aaya iaev
ana other people br:dea, are tired of
living under the rule of the old ricga,
1 1 1 al L
and method of admfaaion to liB . "11 " TZ .V ' ' ' ana ai a w rpw ie
. . - v. .I. a n.i win noil & am ur.i . ,
en aove&Dtr teceaa. Moa
of ttwitaerland, and the Rev. Dr. Philip
SchaS, of New lore. j
Then thrre was a discussion ou tho
question of religion and education. It
was quite spicy: ,
The afternoon session, held in the
Academy of Music, the Rev, Dr. James I com
M. Rogtrs, ot Dtrrr, Ireland, Chair'
man, was mainly devoted to the read-
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rovernmenl i Prof, liannerman. of ea inrooga ana ma pcar a. wree
Perth, and Prof. T. P. Stevenson, oftpUees lathe county.
muaaeipoia, usru u groaaoa 1 Ur'Caaaday raatfe a good Isspres-
ordinance, and Prof. Jonathan Oreg 5f-d J , ??r r
of Torontcv and Prof. Lerov J. lUUev. I Shackalford la Dh the laCrrior of Mr.
of Chicago, furata&eu papers on tae Use Waddell as a speexer, u yoa might
and proviQce or hurta doeipUae,
The session closed with the ; readier ot
a paper on rKrgtaerauoa, by the
Rev. J. 1L A. Bamberger, of Ursisat
The cvtnieg sesaion was popularly
eensidcred the most trtemuar yvi
held by the Ceascil. Alter the
nreliauary exerdse, a paper on Sab
bath eUcrvance was read by the Rev.
Dr. Oregs of Toronto, who coaUd
the Sabbath la Ua tritnal relatloea.
The enbstaaca of Ub paper, wtkh
Uttad With the aasip4io that tae
bat hath 1 of divine invitation, and
around tire" circle, end at Williamstown
in Martin county. CuU John B. Res-
pass, rep., and Thomas R. Jcrnegan,
dem., are canvasiog as Electors in the
The Republican of Fair Bluff town
ship tn Columbus ccunty, in August,,
assembled and formed a Garfield, Bux
ton and Canaday. Club, to which they
have admitted 50 members and are still
increasing. Our correspondent writing
from Cerro Gordo is very - hope&l of j
large Republican gias in old Colum
bus, aad,kirr thai pec-pie ouuide the
Tho Water Works question has been
agitated. A majority repert favored
the immediate construction of the work
oa Mr. Wilkios bids, but a minority
were for putting it off. Mr. Wilkios
las withdrawn his bid.
Southerland and J II Mallard, ot Wil
mington; Alex Cox of Smiihville; Pe
ter Tucker, of Lock wood's Fylly; Jeo
Weacott, W II Drew and Richard
Dosher, ot Smith villr; Curneltu Mc
MilUn ofTeachy'a Depot; A J An
drews of ShaUotte.
The jurors are not rtquirtd to appear
until Wednesday of court week, aaaa
to allow then an epportunity fr vo
ting at their home before starting for
f RZJLHOXABLE IXUXS, A CUftE-
kkxxQ riAJro. is uood ivscmox
Addnm Dai ana, rto4e&. '
Mr. John L. Dudley, Secretary and
Treasurer of the Endowment Rank,
Knight of Pythias, of this city, has
paid over to the beneficiaries of the late
Adolph Bear the sum cf S3.0G0. beinr
the amount doe on hu life policy. lUXtWXj CI Ofla l iroliU
Rev. Dr. A. A. Watson has left to
even call him a tfcnker at alt, Mr.
Kornegay was wltn tketa at' Cintor,
aad made a sjuleraeat of the trlaciplcs
of hk party. We expect la suxe very
eeUdcaiaeia hl Samp-M
elect aa Iadepcadeai UckH te the Let
laUtare. Yo can pal jm Sasreoa
aa on coaalj thai aisa at nactcf the
Pemocratk snajonty, and .11 Is thestght
by laaty thai the RrpaVlteaa and la
drpendeati wRt ctrrj tiatje-atj,
" V CteajRX
them. B. WUiUmson is Chairman and
D. L. Love is SecreUry of tte deb.
Orlandd IlabU, Repe&kan candi
date br Cost jrees from the Secood Di-
Prototaat Epiaconei Cnarth which
emucs tncnaiauy. ana uaa year
coavesca al SL George's Church, Stay
vessel Square, New York, on Wedaea-
; day, the feh, ins.
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The Grand Aaaaal Cbavncatioa cf
the Grand United Order of Odd Fel
low meets In Richmond em next Taws
dsy. Between as -U.COJ per
one are expected La be la attending.
all pans of the
trkt, and the candidate sEIctor, W.
the L. Dwt iS thorc organ. ZTZ
m ta vw. v MUT H p, J tain XlMOt
saaxug a p4n caavxsa wu wts. I vwr aave n morte In HkhamanJ
qgi. JAnra a. oAnnrT.n.
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