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WltMINGTON, NOBTH.GAbpAlWDATJnDNB 5. 1881.
Single Capier 5 Ce-Ss :!! :! NUMBER1 23""
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Ex President Hayes, in an interview
on Conkling, seems to flourish intel
lectually like a green bay. tree.; He
- mvs the ox-Senator is a' monomaniac
,iu ihc subject of his own importance
- He is so impressed with bis own great
ness that it has become a monomania
- with himj Anjbody who ventures to
tliiagree w'uh him, he thinks is trying
, humiliate him, He thought he was
insulted by Ohio, when that state en-
ulyred Uaycs administration. He was,
in the conspiracy to "throw the state of
Louisiana out of the count, when Sen
tyr Morion defeated hini,and he was in
fact lhi progenitor of the' Potter CQra
railtee. ! . , Y. :?'
F.t-(iJv. ChamUfrlin,of South Car?
ttliTia, aJ counsel for j Whittaker, made
live 'umrning up, the opening of 'which
-'a us tartliu, aayiDg that it made fffflk
page in manuscript, and had lasted
Imir ni'tintiip. Hi, argument went on
! luiiculiiKlhe idea that this inoffensive
ami njiOtU'W youth shad conjured up
, iIks complicated xebvoie to mutilate
: m - si
f 1 lie iate-npeei of Senator Mahone
tit the lUaljustcrV (ionvenlion at Rich-
mond, hs worthy tbo days of Richard
Henry Lee and Patrick Fenry, in the
; rocky h'bility of its proud and patriotic
eUtjiM-uce.und the fiery defiance of bis
. aticiiucs. , , .; : -
." ,r H :v' : V. ' ' ' :
Ui atii-prohtbHjon couvention,
' iMiUi! up of both parjiitv, the Democrats
'icdouiipatine, atid about, one-fourth
colored, met at Ilateich on theSnd inst.
. A Republican, ColJ-T.' N. Cooper, of
ireden, called tne pody io order,, flir.
cott, of this city, moved a committee
'- of live on permanent organization, on
- which all were Democrats but Scott,
U C. Badger was inade President, N
Alkiuson, Democrat, Chairman cf Reso
Jutjons, puQJe, Democrat, Secretary
Kxeculirc Committee for districts were
. crcafed; First ' disi!ricU-W A. Moore,
cf Chowan: second - district J. "E.
U'Hara, of Halifax; third district
Ed. P. Powers, ;of Cumberland, : lourth
v district J. H. Ueufrpw, of Wake; fifth
' d Strict VW. 11. SUflord, of r GuilfordJ
sixth district J. J, Si rums, of Meck
burtj seventh district C. J. Baily, of
Iredell; eighth district Natt Atkinson,
oflluucombe, mostly Democrats, Hon.
S. . Iloyd, Republican, of Alamance,
made a seech, alsojO'Utrs; Respass,
Nail Atkinson, Cobb, Carpenter and
oihcrs spoke, Democrats. j 1 1
Conkling and Piatt haye had cs:
:, suites before them, John, Tyler, Hor
co iitirctley, B. Grata Brown, Cart
N:uur rt MiaiMr4 of Vwi" went over
to the demmys. , , ' ;
-'ho Spelman has returned ''The
Mate Journal." There are very few
tilings which John knows for certain,
aud: oue is how q make a' readable
ntn pspcr, But be dislikes the average
Yankee because he iovcated prohiU
. Hurt, and ho dislikes prohibition, be
' CAUio U is the product of the Yankee.
' Mr. fpelman has not decision of char
cter enough to dislike the Yankee be
ruse he helped to thrash the tooth,
or opprfse prohibiUoa because oi aoy
theory. Ills doctrine on the subject Is
i that he is oot the tdtocjtU of dmok
i runcfj, nor opposed to, temperapce, but
( jkiak he has the iricht to take a drink
r when he has a mind to, if he don't tt
drunk'. His opinion is thaVno people
was trtr sobcrtr thaa the Jionh Carp-
Uaa japli, tod yet he rales Got. Jar
vis, Mcrrlmon and Michu for cettiac
up this crasy coo(lomerate of Demo
crats, vRepubUcans, negroes, "Holy
Uible and "these Yankee emissarke,"
io,d "John Brova'a body,' at Raleijh.
. On this basis, wa appce, Mr. Spelmaa
U (oing io ran the resurrected Sat
Jrmj!. We hope he will have that
tUess Tklci cornea froia not kaowloj
tttythlet for certain. 1
Mr. J.U. Whilew j of ShaUotte, haa
lis misfortune to loan a fine aom on
TaeUay nicat, Msy2tih, from the
(Kte of a aaake, at ; the resldenea. of
.Stephen Tharrsiaelteon. his way
' U you wsBt to rn nc adrtrtm In
FOLmCAL AXIOMS. I
This is among the SarV very best:
Tha south should learn a lesson from
the way in which the north celebrates
its Decoration Day. This year the
oeaenraaee has been larger and more
south ouehi never to cease to honor the
Boys ia Uray who fought for principle
and. honor and country. Wilmington
Tbe north has been informed every
lar1 by the southern newspapers and
-I it.:.. f : J mall.inllalv
orators, that Mr. Lincolu maliciously
war .gainst the south, and
s no honesty in the annual
that there vss
ndaiinm of th Union soldiers. . It is
so well uiKlerstocd thai the north in
curred the displeasure of the south by
the decisive manner io which they ob
ject d t Vicksburg, and Gettysburg,
sod Apposoattoic to "Boys in Mray
S'Vu77 i nA ZZnr
ho- lourht "for principle and honor
o i. i.. -u;,.!u. JLu
aod:oini(ry,bile the north only fought
for "the nag," that rag that got so
badly torn in the disreputable equabble
into which they enticedi the south,
merely to pilfer their property and in
sult them, and was called the ''Stars
and Stripes," waves over, indeed, a
country, and conimands respect wher
ever i' floats, ' ' ': ; . .
M CUAMDLKR'S PLn'. ;
We publish again the proceedings of
the Naiionat .Republican" Committee.
As we understand Mr. Chandler's pro
position is to-have all the delegates se-
prtfri hr convention thnso at larsre
. . . . . a .... .el
rona-Kiinff ni two lor eacn neniLor oi i
th II,,!t,H StntM to he selected bv
,rinr.n(inn r,H jh tven ' fmm 1
Mrh r.n.rPinnll )Utri-t selected bv
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diilrict conventions. There is no doubt
but -this plan -would prevent that sort
of packing delegates which was seen
in sVreral -sUtes at'the Jast Presiden-j
tial election, j The , nearer
purpose and; voice oj tne people can
be consulted in the reliminhry meett
ings the better. It might change re-
suits from the results ry the present
mode, by diminishing the auiouut of I
packing; .but it wouid be fairer and
more y'cinIsleiit : with the ' structure of
National Gvvrrnment af.d
If i", were possible to git
up a ays
tern in the primaries whlo,'i w jtjld ope
rate as accuratelv d fairly as the ae
tual counting of the votes under re-
strictidiji of the laws resu'ating voting,
the charitctcroi all popular govern-
ments would be very much improved.
The United Mates it is true moves
along its .cumbrous magnitude under
the popular system, with great regard
for equity and justice, things now
are. iut tbere is a yearuing among
our vast -population lor a closer au
herence to the iudividual will, less of
the tyranny of cliques and monopo
and. a better chance for each voter!
hare his own way. !
THE IiAl.IX)TlKG'roi; ("OSKLiXG b AND
TO ADJOURN FKOM FRIDAY TO TrXftS
1)A Y IXDICATIOS.S THAT TIIE AD
MINISTRATION MEN WILL; UNITKON
COB-NELL ANl DEPEW. j
By telegraph to tbo Morulo SUr
Albas y, June 2. The following is
the result of the first ballot to-day; for
the vacancy caused by Conkling re
signation; Conkling-Jacobs 1 52,
Wheeler 10, Rogers 11, Cornell 21, Fen-
ion ri, Pomeroy 1, Edick 1, Folger
Crowley 1, Bradley l,Tremaine 2, Cnap-1
man I, Dutcher 1, Lapham 1, and Fish
The Assembly, by a vote of Cl'to 5C,
adopted a cooctirrtnt resolution for a
recess from Friday until Tuesday next
The following is he rote to fill, the
tacancy caused by VlVt' resignation:
a iri M TUn..4i r;n.li
Wadsworth 2, Geo.' B, Sloan 1, J. (Van
Cott 1, David Rutcsey 1, Trenton 1.
The Joint session ther proceeded to
take anotaer vow io nu tne Tacancy
occasioned by the resignation of Conk-
lifir. Cowles chanced his vote from
iXnklltx to Cornell The vote was as
followsr t or uonaunr xj, uneeier u.
Jacobs 5i, Bradley. I, Rogers 5, Cor-
nelt 20, kenton 3.lheotnera scaUertng.
vf 4 Jf"
mtt SS, Depew iv, Mnsaa 03,w
nelt 15, ana tne remainder scattering.
Navr Yoaav Jun i-rAn Albany
special to tha l iWaayf The
large rains for Cornell for thehort
term, and for Depew fer the tocg term. w T '
Indicate that the administration men favor .01 square deal. Take some
wlll uaite upon them to-morrow. An thing and kill the nervs df that mean
taportfnt conimnce in reicreoce w
Uis anbiect will be held to-nlxhu
Mr. CoakUBj left by tteaasef to-night
for aew vote; being eaiiea inere ny
legal bnslneaa, lie will return to Al
bany at soon aa It is completed. !
The Board ft Magtatratee and Board
ef iMacaUon meet at the Court Uoue
to-nsorrew morntag x the prpoea af
electing a SnpetJatesMlent of nsbtfe In-
traction. I . J !
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The BaptritT Oatftrconvtnea la this
city en MeadiiCtCU teat. -
i STATES VILLb AilKmua.
f " aoeve paper una ua cao u,
toothache, fori nothing else ever put a
person in bucIi a baOlemper. me
editor of the American was i seriously
,jfoted in the issue 6f the 28ih of.il ayV
tat t ..Udi incrta.rf to to
ani extent his life is despaired of. AVe
would recomnieua,; .airs, n insum s
80Dthing syrup; we helieve that remedy
n UUi uau ..mww .v. f
huinori lhfa the disease would be
checked... In ca8e Mrs, Winslow
could not cure him, .laughing gas pro-
coalj n()t CUJre bimj jaU!
One 4f these
miaisteied at once
or the duck (Drake) is dead. . i
If the St&tesville American will but
turn to the fi!es of the Wilmiogton
Post during the: month of November,
1880, he will und the reason wny tne
Republican's did not poll their full vote
" f . . .
W Hanover county. ; Hols badly
posted,, for a jEepublicau editor. -AVe
have given the reasons at least a dtzm
times; but for his benefit we will do so
again. -, ' "' V : ".;-'"rv ' ;
The Democratic Registrars', and poll
holders held a meeting ou Sunday be
fore the election in November last and
conspiredtogether to keep the Repubv
licans from polling their strength in
the First and Ffth Vards. Iu the First
ward' the Republican vote is upwards
of 1,500, and in the Fifth ward it is up
wards of 000. It will be seen that over
one vote'a-jminute must be polled to
cast- the? Republican vote. When a
Itpnnbliran would offer
to vote 'he
" z - i
would be challenged, aud
it would take 20 . rtinutes to goi 111m
through, they wou!d. generally ke-Pi
him seven minutes. Dy such syslemat c
delay in taking legal ,votis 1,0-jQ Rcr
publicans were . prevented from voting
ing in this city. : ;
The editor of the l'ui l; i; k-s pit as-
uro in intormuig xue eunor oi iuc
Ainerkin that W. I'. CuiaJay has al
ways ri n ahead of Lis ticket an this
countv and 'district run " ahead of
Judge Settle iu IbtG, 000 votes, and in
laSO he poljed tIU0 more vutts ' ban that
able and popular leader, Ju-j-j ; Bux-
If the American wi.il correspond' with
any loadri Rtariiig th .colorif'J j'to'e
he will get the iafurmatiou that the
editor of lie Posf has at all times done
his full duty by ihe colored people, -
The colored rebide have now 'a'msjiri
hy ' of the patronage in the Custom
House ot thisi city, as -they should
--OviottL, w.it Mabsou - pu hlislied
a card some months ago, statinc; that
he would not bike the Col'cctorship of
this Port as long, as W, P. Canaday
would consent to h'old it. And said no
other colored man in the state could be
induced to- become a capdidate in op
position to Mr, W. P. CaUaday.
'The Jwcrictirt 1 is informed 'that the
delegates were sent to Chicago from
this district by the Committee; and the
vote for Messrs.
Blocker and Price
was. unanimous, every county oeing
The delegates to the otite convention
wero not appointed, in secret caucus,
but by a county committee mteting,
called by Gen.S. II. Manning. Messrs.
Scott, Mabson, Summon and Rice were
The A meri&m is further informed that
the editor of the IWt concedes io tie
colored people all the rig,hts that he
claims for himself. And should the
President desire to make a change in
the Colleciorship of the Port, we would
be glad to seeaolored ma"n appointed.
'Vet well understand , why certain
white Republicans are making this
fisht upon us; but we sh'atl not be bull
doied. We shall continue to do our
v. '"... '
duty by the colored men of Korth Car
I aIIh. IbI lit. An...Tii.ny. h. mr nit
VIIU .uv . VW,MWUV9 w num.
they mar. The colored people also
understand theVame that certain white
men are try jog to plav. 'lft
The Statcsvitle -lrfousajs: "Wil
I the editor of the iW please recollect
that there are while Republic ias iu
the west, as well as colored ! a the east,
and small doubt jf the sute is ever
I tffaia carried for the party, gains must
come from tne whites. Put this la your
i"r!y- - i ,
xracr, nop your bosscbjc, ui
your doty by all Republican, regard -
ica 0f color. A large msrrity of the
,f v. , i-
f ui; then vill be all
Active preparations are being made
for a chicken dispute, to take place in
this city, commencing Tuesday, Jffoe
h aad to last Uree day. The main
mU1 between WUaiagtoa and C&a
xie wUl U aboat tity eocki
tt ye. and mnh fan U xrctd
j by those who kve the sport- On W4-
I mlb. tha lth. a trvxuee race wUt be
I on Capt. SithrUa4s etw, track.
t near thb city
IIIK VllUilNIA KBADJUZTKnFr
Met in eonventioh on; the 2ad inst.
Thejdelegaies k'a jaW r'edQ.? first
vote tor UoverortoqtfiVameron, azj
Massey, 234; Gritf 7j Wfea) J37.;
oenaior juanone waa prweuwamwM
received witlx a ppjiueriflg ovaon. oi
shouts, yells, audt waviogi oi" Thaodkerr
chiefs, deafening applause.-Bikirg "up
an jjyerwhelming reception., Jl TCWltt-
4ion endorsing his course in the enate
was passed unanimously, r There vrere
75 colored mei in the conventJbn;
I creet vou Bat friends and fellow-
citizeos with mt most earnest compli
ments. I bcrft assure rou if -the
supreme p-atificatida which I hive at
It jfilis the neastir of loyal ambi
tion to this people and to this state.
it testifies to me in words ,of warmtu,
which I will never fonret, that yen ap-
proved of my publicconduct . It doubly
assures to me that tnera existr ytt in
toe bosoms or tnis people a xrue devo-
tidn to the Jeffersonian principles of I
gorernment. It assures me. that the
people of this state in their might and I
sovereign power are here to' sa to the
states of this Union that thetate is to
be , put in cordial relations with the 1
government. It assures me that in the
future, ber fate and that of her people
are to be identical, and that her march
isjto.be for freedom and progress in
mis iana. it assures me that freedom
of opinion is to be the rule in all mat
ters, which relate to men. You sent
e to the National Capitol as your
representative, chosen without solicita-
turn on m V nart. exc.pnt th mriinnil
responsibility of earnest de?otion to f
serve this people wherever they saw fit J
to put mc. No sooner' was I called to
the Capitol to answer for vou" than a
policy of terrorism, was put in practice
to silence your representative. L would
be recreant to manhood did I not main-
taiu thaf I was there tq voipp the man
hood ot this people: there to oppose thp
bourbonism .which at-1
rllh siate aD,d.D fre, 10 i
the Bidding of men claiming" to be the
uemocrano party, due wno would
throttle free opinion and a free ballot.
Iwaut no more of that5 Democracy.
You are here to give effect to equal
right?, a tree ballot aud an honest
count; to maintain econocqy tn the
state governmeqt and to support the
present system o public education.
Vou are here to'say to your represent
ative in Congress that they must' rep-
resent the true interests qt the people
of this stae, and not represent a Dem
ocratic boqrbpn caucus. You are here
to tree those people from bourbm dom
ination and to lilt the blight of bourbon
liemocracy. wuicb lias set in upon us
You are to restore the old state and
her people to the most cordial relations
with, all the people ;of our common
country, aud to put an end to the sec
uonal contest and Obliterate race dis
Gen. Mahdne concluded bv 'advisine
liancouy, and declaring that to wnom
soever theT cave tneir. banner Aher
should stand by him to a man in the
great struggle. which is to be made for
their freedom' and for the freedom of
EM2ABETHTOWN, N. C.,'
' i v My, May 28, 18S1. 1
Editor; Post: The colored people
of Biaden county convened here to-day
in mass convention, and organized by
electing J. F. Love, chairman, and C.
P. , Smith, secretary. Speeches were
made by. McssM.JWm. J, Su'.ton, J. H.
Love, B. B.. Banner, and others. The
coarse of. the Wilmington Post was
unanimously endorsed, and reiolutions
passed thanking Hon. W. P. Caqaday
fdr the manly sta.nd he has taken in
behalf of the colored people of North
Carolina. One of the resolutions read:
1?-.-.; ;! ti.i iki.
endorse the name of Hon. William P4
Canaday as the poor man's friend, and
a great advocate of fair play, and jus
lice, and equity 'to all;., and he has the
good will of the colored people of
The meeting also 'unanimous! v en-
. w '..-...
dbrsc! Jnd. Newell ihe member of lie
' Wm. J. Sutton made aa able speech
in behalf of equity for the colored citi
sens of the south. He spoke for an
hour, and wlu frequently applauded by
the meetiDg. i His speech waaconserva
live, but manly, demanding ia behalf
of his race flr dtaliug on thej part of
their brethren of the Republican jarty.
a m- e-.ii.- v
for the cause, also fer Hon. j
, , . ! x ,, .1
adayaad John Newell, and I
W. P. Canaday
then adjourned, y
I COLORED BXTCAUCAI.
Mrs BarueU'e Charming Storle.
T. II rettison 4k Brokers, rhiiadcl
phi, hiye jast pnbbahed new editions
of all Mi. F. U. Barnett'e earlier
stories, the ones that first broogkt her
name and fame, and whkk were origj.
nally pubUahed inland expressly writ -
tea for s -ttnn' -Maptstmr-. Their
names are "Kathleen A )nirt Ufr
"Miss Ucspigay," the forrgoia g are SO
cents each, in pnpet ow, ee U
each ia cloth, and the followlag are tJ
cats each la paper covtra, t "JaiPe
Daic hter and liadsaf' XmkJ
0?it ef an? sr all ef th above noeka
wOl be sent to aay dim as receipt
ef Ue frW ; ly TV B. IHcran 4
Bncr, riaUilfa, Fa, ee Okf
aw kek boi ta papa ewveri eQ
U Mat an rect'yt afniS,al Ike Erf
ClX r items.
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7 "Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
TobaCCO. 1 -'. -Y;Yr ly
: Col.vl. J.h Young 1! in Washington,
d, c. --'-;.: a I ; ;
' -The Board of Audit meet to-morrow
The Board of Aldermen meet
morrow evening : '.'"-.;, '".;.
'; Mr. L. Tate Bowden was somewhat
better yesterday. - , '':
" "Tht Board of County Commisioners
mcci to-morrow afternoon.
1 Geaeral Robert B. j Elliott of South
Carolioa, is in the citj on a short visit.
He leaTta for New-Orleana to-night on
business. ' "
V'XJkr anti-prohibttion convention
seems, to ! have beejo, in point of num-
bers. an entire success. The delegates
f,om hls couhtv all returned, we un
, , , 1 r -n- , c,
derstand perfectly so emu. Dr. Scott
BaJ8 " looked more like a temperance
conventiqu thau au enti-proaibuion
BUhop Ionian preached and con
firmed at Su James' Church Sunday
morning and St. "Paul's at night. At
the former Church he confirmed sixteen
and at the latter six, all ybtiog ladies.
.rid at th latter nix all vounr ladies.
rjuriD2 his &tav in Wilmingto'n the
"",u " iu.iuiu6vu .u
Bishop contirmetl twenty-four iu the
three white Churches, all of whom are
young ladies, umy in cl alarms
(colored) were there aay utiles in the
class, - ' . '
A liquor, ' dealer by the name of F
D. Walker, doing busiueas at Long
Creek, had to come to town, post-haste,
owiug to the complete exhauition of
his assortment of whiskies; wines, and
everything else in the drinkipgjline.
during the prohibition meeting held
there las,t week.' How is that for prohi
bition?, j, , i
FfiEEDMANS SAViXUS A!D TlUS?
Comtan V,-The depositors in the above
lostitytion will do well to correspond
with Messrs. Bateman & Co., Bankers
and Brokers, 15J7i -Pennsylvania Ava
nue, ; Washington, D. C .M e are re
liably informed that there are about
SOQ depositors in this vicinity, and we
take pleasure in saying that we. know
the Bankers above referred to, to be
entirely1 reliable. ; ; I.
Terrible Death. Mr. Jill. Paul,
of Red Banks, Robeson county, met
With a sudden, death' on Thursday-last
l hU home at Red Banks. Mr. Paul
was engaged at the time of his death in
Coupling some timber cars on a , side
track. There was no engine about and
the cars were beinij poshed together by
Mr. Paul's mill bands when his head
was caught between two sticks of tim
ber and terribly crushed. He died in
a few minutes after the accident.
CoL. G. L. Mabson and the Vet
erans Usion. The above organixa-
tion, under the command of Col. Geo.
L. Mabson, turned out on Monday last
the 30th of May(aod marched out to
the National Cemetery. Great praise
is due Col. M. and his brother soldiers
for the interest taken by them in the
Memorial services. The soldierly bear
1 v -r-"" -
inrv ft Irta mmanrl jrAltf r I Via
" wc" M V'J ,iiB vunu. xncre
I Ttas na attempt made U get up a pro-
cession, yet the people woutd'fall into
lino behind the Veterans; their desire
. . . . .. .
being so great to do honor to the Urate
I m 1 -
mett u 01 ltte
VoiQ- We P oIJ M- kwP
up his splendid organization, as the
patriotism of the meVhas been shown
to great effect on many occasion. 4 We
know we. express the sentiments o( the
community in eitendisg cor best wish
es to the o;ganiilioa fr their future,
and in thaokingi them for past service.
U n T II ThU RatUk W K..r.
I nrnrtiri i it -i.k tI
recenUt organized i ov ciy, with Ue
7 . , vm. .
more icerPmideats trom each Church,
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aTWSiacab Jin. vu &j ucrsaciiB.
Honorary rreaideat-MT. C G. Ken
nedy. . y; :-tY;;':;Y.
Rec SecrtUry M Us Alice FiHyaw
Cor. Jkcretary Mrs. H. L. McLeod.
Trtasnrey Mrs. . W. Davis. J
Librarian Mite oe Mscuaber.
Vke-rreaidcnt 1st lYesbyteziaa
MraV L. 1 Rcthwrll aad Mra. S. !E.
iwtend rrcbyUfiaa--Not snpplkd.
James fbctlMi Addie
Mearea. . -I T: - f .
l J4aV-Mrs. H IL Brian.
Si. ranreNjl tarrJk,
rurxwl Mrv tTta. tariUsa.
ilara--M LWue Drakiam.
Frel rret Mr'Aeik Uhm Ante
I Dvm u Miss L'aW Krilj,
ms Street eedt-Mcs, Xmfr
CnoSe-'AeA sapt-foi. ' ;:- i
Tae reraUt weehly aeeetng weabeii
a; tho ertxl H e ia4irt
UvTs - - .
I "STA.wf-There thaa been 'anolhei
"Star" sighted,' It made its appear
ance! suddenlyv.and is' a fullvgroWni
handsome, bright "Star.''3' It was first
discovered ? at Goldsboro,
soon its rays couid be seeu ia, ail' parte
of the ftate. . The influence of its light
is yery great, and all gooi 'people artf
advised to take a' look at it in act to
thoroughly , ciaxnine : it, : ;Tn.oee mko
have not already dose so should aend
one dollar and fifty cents "to 1 the'As
tronomer, GeoC W. Wawom at iGoldsr
boro, N. O., and he wifl mail the fStar;"
a handsome lour paperj well edited, for
one year tor theoh. n i 1 ? f ;
Last Suaday afternoon Sarah Swan,
colored,-aged abokt COnars, died very
suddenly , at her; fesidei?c4', on eond
and Harneu' streets, in 'the noribern
portion of ; lLa city.. Aboat : l Volock
she visited her daughter who resided
some few blocks from ,her, and upon
arriving said that she would, be dead
ia a short time.' Almost!, immediately
after she ' finished - her I remarks1 she
clutched her daughterV hand 'and! fell
the floor. She was then in the throes
of death, but was carrion to ber home
where she died in about half jan hour
from a hemorrage of the lun
Uaepor Master's Repokt. From
the books of Capt. Joseph Price, Har
bor. Master, we glean the following re
port of the arrivals here of vessels dur
ing the month of May:
American.: ! '
' " sss
T - 1
.; ; ,1,93?
Grand total, American and Foreign,
28 vessels with 13.521 tons.
In St. John's Church, the gratifying an
nouncemept was' made by the Rector,
Mr. Pitts, that the entire church debt
had been cancelled and that St. John's
was,now totally free of encumbracce.
To form some idea of j what an incubus
this debt has been it is only necessiry
to state that the church membership
is small-, acd that six years ago the
debt was nearly 3,000. Its lirjuida
iou is due rdainly to the efforts of the
ladies. They have worked unceaslng-
y to relieve the church of this burden
sqd to tuom tho relief will be really
the most welcome. It is" proper to state
that nearly all of thu debt wai linui-
dated dorine the admintatraiion of
Rev. Dr. PaUerson, who was so reeent
ly the Rector of jhe Church j and who
found the debt there when
he first as-
ned control of the parUhJ
Mail Robbery. -Geo. W. Rianey,
colored, who has fqr some ti me past
been employed as a' mewnger at the
Wilmington & .We'dont TyrJ Wilming
ton, Columbia . & Auuau ullkea in this
city, was arrested Tuesday pa a wsrrant
issued U. 8. Commissioner Mc(imrjr,
charged with robbing the mails.) A
confederate, Sam Kwrnegay," was kjso
arrested during the afternoon aud jailed
Blaney was enUosied .with a key to
the large, look-box of the railroads at
the Pi st office aud U has been amoug
his duties to. take tb mail from the box
each morning s-i deliver i at the ral-
road ofneee. Sme! short time since a
peity; ia.i 4lh! Carolina wrote toCoU
II! to know what an excursion train
would be furnished for. By some meant
Blaney beard of this and he thereupon
wrote the party in fCoL rope's name,
signing that gentleman's name te ihe
letter, and staling that! for fm the
train would be furnished. An en
velope was enclosed hich Blaney
had addressed to CoL Ppe and on
which be had placed a losrtaln maik
by wbicl U woold reeogotrs yi
3ea It came I ialo ' Lie Jkands.
The mailer looked to saspicious that
the party to mrboea ihe kuer was ad
deased placed the matter in the bands
of a railroad agent hu f arded the
letter and envelope le Cokmel Pope.
A decoy was thereopnn arrangtd. The
sum of tf all of which, excrti .
fire collar; till, eras coanlerteii, en
placed 1st: the marked evkrpv mailed
and dulr received by Btaaey, who was
eratcferd as he took tae dcVry letter,
with the others tram 0e bos. This
occurred at 7 oclocx and at J 1 CUney
was In jslL Tbe ease was henrd before
Jnstioe McQetjj, ben Rlanry atade
a fail cgnfieo. Tee fesoetm wrre
irmaaded so sU f trial at ibe next
term ef Use U- 8. Pestfkt Owrt. n
There k reraare tszk 2il ta
ue rf txa pcmtme aa mck ml
iatrlaak natha IWy EUawv
J-rt ex ait teaeow a mr. wira
Vixism4rh an iclar, tie
Uel tC famfjiaa. iW cWaaa4
atai rraeidy la U? Lu:r. An
alftveisit;) la 'esanh t&
imt wall wstHiw ar fimsxj&tA W
in tSiaenee Oal ntay lata aaasiae fee yae
4 1 racattt ia-osTsnv eisaa
'! KEW ADVERTISEMENTS , '
?AM Saratoca StjBaltimWMd. 1 ei 1
' ' Tne Board of iitir. v. tkte ntiMiii m.. I
nltjrof lnrormlDf UiopubUcorthewiperlor A,
tTxa El necUoSi". Tho i
InMtaUoibuticta la operation fr lh 1
iDdireat Mtianta will fln 1.. iCT : - in "I
Of chart. By order of Ihe Board T llreet- i ' .
or. O. W. BfoBBlN. rriWent. V v ' V
School. Joha 11. 8. Lfttrut. ju. J. J'ulVvYti , ,1 i 1
M..non Stewart, O.r.su.a Ax, bSVj. l I
UlnMm, and others, ut j . .. Li - i
For special lorormtlnn r
Bgrgepn in charge. t , 'r 7 may aw
MA.KE HOME BEAUTIFUL,
Entravlmti, Cbolce suhjectt.' Low t r
WANTED. Addrew J. V AlCCURDYt-O.,
Any person to bje upri-nslr ill without a"
weastomwAh or laaeUv lirr or kldaeyr i f n
And when, thpe oreana areinrood coodl- $
uonaoyoa not nnd their posef or enjoy- )' '
IDE KOOd ihMlLh? Prmr', l.lnirr ,!
always rrn lat ea' these lip pnrta.it reans. I-.1
and uevtrfaiJe 10 fuake the blod rH-h mtuk -u."
io EtrenatDen very- part oT.tbe 1
TOStem. It baa eared hundreds f diialr 1
lag invalid. aav your peishbor aboat U. ! , ,
may z:-w -r."- ' r
TWI A 1 u 1 V"a ORGANS 17 Slops S Set
' l.rr.A GoldeaTwiruerefdsonir
HO. Address Daolcl t Ueaxty. Wuhlax.
toa,N. J. mtr Mv "
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, ' . iuy 2J 4wJ
M. WdimaMhl is rorr
Bwa,wiUd4 "th BcaWM A
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1 H. AddMH Wmm1
NASBY IN EUROPE.
Mav lltU ' Mr. T. IL.-Fwl iu t'hJ ,
leant V. Nssby) will niII for Kurope, lor tbf
urposeof contnbuUng n series of Luat .
, the Tolkdo Uladk. T1ih leiters will;
cover a period of six mouths, commencing
June 1st. -j ... ,.Th
They will be written In Mr. Nrsby's peeiH
liar vein, and will be as llvetv u ha rtk
1 make them, j j --Y.
.'y; THE ':;:' I
Toledo Weekly Blade
1 tho LARGEST PoliUeat and Family pa
per la the United istates. and in addition to
this feature, conialns a doeen others, fe now a
to and approvvd by a mslortty or the laraW
Ues In every State and Territory.. . I
-:.-v 4- i: , tjui& ..(.
For Three Months post-paid t 10 dm.
For Six Months, - ; - - : 'fl.00.
NASBY PORTRAIT FREE, f
Every suUcrlbcr to the Bladr. durlntr '
the puhllcaUon of Mr. Locke's Karopcaaj
leUcra, rr either three or six uioatbs. will
receive free of charge a saiatedld' . -i
... PORTRAIT OK pfyt. LOCKE,
laslreaod Rtyiestnailar to the one of Presi- -ft
dent UarOeld which we tanned last summer.
This portrait In the pieture stores wonM
MllftjrjOt-U. It will not be put unou Un
market at all, and can only be had by sub
scriber to the Blabk. Y t $
Ihoss dealrlnc these letlrs complete &al
the portrait, will do veil to soad their o. dees
Ve Print aa extra edltioo, U
be able in sod baek iismbm, Hut the tT
ply Wlt Ooubtiess be eahausUtd lu a mnaO).
Send your orders immediately. r
Speeiatea eoptcsot tbatlvaiiR ma'. led So
anyaddre s upon apftmuon. cail your
subscrlpUoa stonre. A(l(ir.ws ,
I' , HLATi:rxit. 1 .
'': ' ' J ;' - I ' " Tt!edt OJ
WilmiiifMii, s oiiiinbiasV
, . .A.U.SiEU DEPAUTMstNT.
Wimixatoii.N.CL, March i, tt
-1 1. -t "
JUMtfATItijr TICKKTH of dcaotul-
Ml ira, avpl4l le
nation of 1300 and
over the coaucesious afthe rtlalBgtMi
aa-1 Cvlumbla, aod espertaily adaftel Io
v 1 j
the eccsslUea of otHasaerrtal.are lasoef by
the Wi!nilacVe.CurumbUaArttta ti IL,
and are 00 sale at tu rerrptroIs
WltmU(tes3 aod Cfota-
UeatraJ raac AcroU
tin II road
jrtuuMvo. jc. Cm Mansts.rat,
rMMt-TAtlOX TJOKSTw of diwSiiiil
feuesj r hm al awn mifttHi
' . j 1 ' .4 a i
ent lat oiaeMtMiid tlM lrUaa;a4i 6 '
TeUeai ft. & A Cottsawro a4 Weao.
mm isr a al travel, are sSioeQv SAi WU.
1. y - 1
asiagjon A VtiAaa K. ; eavl ate em ease a I.
0isrrJ raracr AxtS4.
aw n ear
TEACH KIIS e
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