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THURSDAY, October 10,
,u.llri.1 ,.vrv u-l.u.h will :nlaiinU!
1 1 .
tor its allairs the most ei-ononu-.al
liianner, ami at the least ex
pense. We propose, in this article.
to compare the appropriation
liur. s. t ie Appropii :th.i ior the
r : J .I t
hcal vear ending June .th, lb-t,
forcoxgkess: vi...m...,. -m, .Muuimj . . , . with deen in-' u i- n i aiM ten wonsaun iunfwni w u , motions, vMrnnKioods, Hats. Boots,
HON. JOSEPH J- DAVIS. the M of (fcufen Then, f,3 S.SriS. VZfi&L V.?"8 taXic I.SUo... Fiue H.nJ 1Mo Sb, c,oth.g.4(!.
: -iH m. dolt be a la. m, : to benefit the Kol old coiin. Tbere j ILy "iKee mo, Xl i "ftd RALEIGH, N. C. j
DEJIQUtATIO ECOXOMV. j to hear so able a inkvr m Jti.lae are .o sccum of my cliiMhood anditioil d Thw.e ie notLi to be,VRi" ,?L wrot away in aweek ! tar Agent fop Frank li-8 et P.per
. , blcn-imo... Tl .mm m.lo fcV,he o- rf gained, bot mA , fa. I4 ly iSyttTrf t& B-aej of Consignments of all kinds of Mer-i P,U""A m
It is in the intents of all the ,. .. , . ' . .;. . man-hooj-all forming a RoHen yotirg for Turner or any other mal- l,SavtnRat their posts, of priests, chaudise and Prodnce solicited. Sat- -ffiABlIHIKBIHIj (So
ttvinvcrs whether they bo Demo-. ' 1 ' , ' V s-''1 ;;u to bind me to it. There are uonU3ut TUe Lope of coautry is , 3.JSgJ ,RXeood sisters fol- isfactory sales guaranteed and prompt P19-3ni
tx;uui wlii t id tl.i) ui i u , m luvc )Cci ,Iiu ; the ,,TeS0fmy ancestors and there in the Rucce33 o the Dl!luol.riltic ,a"';X thev s ucored so fast as returns inyariabiy made, for moder- . T MOO,.F 7 A A
emtsor UT bhea,,,. to give m.h uvel. ,,c,ivcrw, hl will J,e ,he Bravfsof my hvmg km- part I ftm much pleased that our IriKlStlt Id ate commissions tZZ.) " (CuX
cvHiiroj or me noveriuiu'iu 10 ui.n , ,, i r T . . "wu uv.roin.. oeome nave waseu uu on tneenrren- . .0Qvoi
i onirress ior inree mmis iihuu iw- ... ..i. ...mi ... ... i so creairaoie a paper puonsnea
j y ir a. i . . . . . I
publican rule, to the ensuing three , , , Ar T . . their midst.
, l, n.. ..-..rl,. ',nd 1..I- a,Kl B,,ow 31r 1aV,S hoWl The mineral and affricnltiiralrpaour
ve:iis uiKk'i .Democratic, anu lei i ,1 . . 1, ,, . . , .
, much the good people oi C hatham ; ces of the countv need developing j
the iv;ile then ueculo which they , . , . , . f . . . f , : and tlierft is vtothirg so well calcula-
Pie er. .ccoiomg to rue tmiciai .
i . Al Y! ? .1 "-rrs -1 -T'l
i lO UlVIUt: lllllt Willi 111111. tlilllrU'
were slSLoST.o.Vl.r.l; for l.,' " " ' ""t
ITTJ'.TiMTo.TT; ami for lS7i,
w I ".) .)cl. -. .....V-Iii.v .i .f.ll ..'
i -. y n '.... i, iiiiiixiiii i n'uii ji
s.uJi.MHi.io.J.'.M. i liese were tnc
UlCll l'lt1'l tl
;ar j;jpr4priatiins made while the
Jh'iisc of Ueresentatives was con-fi-olleil
by the Kepublicans, for
since that time the Ociuocrats have
been in the majority, and as the re
tiilt of their labors, seo the differ
ence. The appropriations for liscal
year ending . I une Illitji. lfS77, were
sl4.V..7.i."n.72: for 1ST 1
:;s4.iiM5.ij:: and for 1 7t, si:7.,
2l:V.::::.77. making a total of s443,
.V.m;,4!7.4 4, which subtracted frpnr
.the total under three Years of Ke
publiean rule, leaves a balance in
favor of Democratic economy, of
t ie immen.-c sum of .sss,27,2-h.47.
Think of that ta-ayers! Hear in
mind also, that this treme.clous
savh was effected, notvithtand-
mgtheoppoMtion ot a Kcpuhhcan
Sciuvte, All appropriation bills
must originate in the House, but
the Senate also niu-t eonciir before
thev can pass. These bills as thev
origimdly parsed the )emocratie
House appropriated Ml T.nTT !,):; -,
!MV vhih M-..11I.I 1, .1 ......
.. .... , V Hl.llH .1
ingof lU,7d8in.lL. but when
they reached the Republican Senate
they were increased t the Mim of
$li.SJi:02:,L'? and iinally a com
pn.mise was made between the
Ilor.se and Senate. In ihe next
Senate, however, the Democrats
wii have a i.i:.;..n;v m: .... ?f .1
ten dollars ! In these hard tin.es,
when money is so scarce, ten dollars
saved to each voter is no small item.
It would buy two barrels of hour.
Hi' more th:m one hundred pounds
of bacon, ihe sum ot SS -TO-
. , . -
is mi immense mat its mag-
mtude is not read v jumre.-i ih-d
,nd thov f ,. ,t 1 1 itiiatn.1,
anutncietoie .e i.aye made a cal-
culation .vhich will enable our j
mtude is not readilv
readers more easily to know what a
iiousc is again J'emocratie. thev acted, but our limited space will only the good people of inv good old! -
will .-Mrv,.,. ....Ir.. r. .,.-.. '. o ,....a: i. a : a..a countv. Nowshall I sav nnvthinnr ' ., . . uou is repeated,
.1 " : . . 1 " lu rAai j w?u th- KmiW JieaU. ens at the reports
u,.o.,i, u ti.MM,uu:a it is u-.iHiiuw. much, Joe Turner has made no uu A con-espondent of the Raleigh eary over the
lllll.lted th::r tlnVi -lu,nf C J.ic;iitinti. Ti. r. "Ti-liniio nononi. 1 u: . .. i ;s n Ohservwv frum Ss..f loii.l . thprfi is no ruli
. .v ...... I,, .J..F....,- ' , iiiuNMitJii ueie. Bijeeeues, p tiiey
l'U( voters in the United States o etl a ca" from Graham church, which can bo ao called, have fI!ou still-born .
1... i a ... 1 ' 1 wQO ,.ia.i i v,;a i,.iu k.' p.. in this community so far as is known. :nGud wus found dead in the woods grown, until
r u.e.unoum.neuio eaci, one r r"?' i About now he must be realizing the i "ear town 011 Saturday. He had climax, and
m tlie appropriations by a Demo- .a "u M T Hl mueunfc uncomfortable feeling of the man ' "dden in on Thursday, and, as his men who 1
.ratic House would be a littln v..r 01 1 rebD.vtfcl'.v was called to meet at vuo f..ied to sit two stoola. Th ! hoie was seen walking about the re blanched
vast amount has been saved in three Knoxville, Tenn., last Spring. Vari-,
years by the Democrats. If thisius other interesting reports were j
sum of money was in silver dollars, made which qur space will not allow j
fiid four thousand pQiindo of it ! us to notce- One of the most inter-j
placed in each wagon, and a Ion"-! estin& subjects before the body, and
procession of four-horse wagoiis :ono wLicb elicited most discussion!
, A....A...1 . i , 1 .-, iwasa proposition to .-I isftonf inna
1 j. ..c ai 1 . 7 ' , j
. . f ai , i 1 1 . 1
.a 1U. U noises in eacn ,
Avagon touching the end of the wagon
in front, it would reach to llav-1
wo;d a distance of t little over ton I
w ood a distance ot .1 little o ei ten j
miles. Is it noi then to the Lest !
S:,tt7aT"Cr, hc.a I
Democrat or Republican, to be in
iavor 01 iiemocratic rule? 1 011
have tried both Democratic and
Republican rule, and now judge ye
,n.in i...., iui men- iruiis
ye shall know them." This great
A. Al... 1 .. . 1 1 "1
l.. ........ 1,.... tiA"..,. 1 ... .I.. a... 'a-
saving to the people was made while I
the lion. Joseph J. Davis was the
Uepresentative from this District,
and was aided by his vote and voice
Indeed he was especially active, and
the peoplearegreatlvindebtcd to him I metUD 01 rWJ- preacli
for his successful efforts in their beJ.S th& f WM"0 the
half. Ot course it is to their inter-1 hl d hoP muf
. Al , , v. , i good will result from it, particularly
ests, whether they be Democrats or from lhe ,abors of Rev. L. c. Vass,
Hepublicans to vote for bun, and;who has beeQ holdiug a protracfced
again elect him, so that he mayjmeeting Bince the adjournment pf
continue in his good work; and aid ! Presbytery,
in reducing still more the cxpendN ;
a . , e tl... ii ,...1 I !............... ' ' T " "
lilies 01 ine iiriivuu i iiiiieni. i
So let our K'ople discard their po-
and vote for the
I mi i i'A i ai jv.. v0.u. j.a. aa-xva. 7 , " " vci"cu .b rtspeipts ieu on aoou1, S500- demic AlemnhisliAq miffoml
man, who will heneht them the matter came m tLeil. aiscussioil , part payment of The Record for one 0Q0, The expenditures for the part I up-S to ha aih
.. a -....i r l.: v... . t , year. I propose to makfi nn . AlnMttir. v. .... .1 K: PiUP ,IUOU w ner size ner
Fium,anu..u..u ".;mV" ; ouwDurg, and 3Ir. xumnot o t en cf mv nei hh 1. ZrZlAffl P0"119! amounting to 2,428.
ience in the past can most ettic.e.it-; wishes to hear no more about that. I very much ks ,1 tl, ihn VYX an mcrease leans, where the number of
1.. tli. .m .11 tin til til re. ; konw :vnn aont m T fl a: ' .. .. ' . . 7 Kiwwau una ivs Z. i UU SO
..... I . ... i ... v t uuuiuvi i o.uuu UUU. mil llflPMl With thfl .-nr. irno , . 1 l..A i nnn.
r. v mv.... ... ...v. .. .v.. jawwa a uccli vwuecru responding period of last year. !
Wc are pleased to announce to
tmr rea(er6 U't tle Hon. A. S,
Merrinion and other distinguished
, . .
nv. intii. .1. .i ;.iv s vi
alo speak in ltiathani as to lows. '
:ri,.,fl,, of ir.; l i. unatnara it is pertecuy natural .T,. TnmArntml mil t.hm V, j iUumMuiuaiuaaui, 7. ..... ' '
viz: at Kirijsbee store on Thur-"thonsfh late, to congratulate you np
i, i oili . u . - on the neat appearance and general
day, the 24th; at Mount A ernon, eA.np f n!e Recoup; but uiore ea-
Friday the 25th; and at Egypt, Sat- pocially are the people of the count)
urdav the 20th. AVe hope our
to canvas wniiouthi.oplMvHont, as ;
AT rp , ... , ,
Mr- I"" l,:ls positively refused
. i. . 5 t. ...i i T. i
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. T . i i i . i
111 illllll:ini Hi TiMH liM'i.i I li
e i . lit
iarce oi a v onveurion. nem in
eltl in Kal-'
i'icf .nwl ;f .v. ;
eigli on the 1st. msr., ami it is
,1 .... .....
m i . ,,,, n ...
thought he will not. ihe Repuhli-
cans of Johnston met on the oth, and
resolved to vote or Judge Keade,
win the labium. ot (tengc
have resolved to vole for Mr. Tur-
ner, that jfr. I ):,vis will no doubt
The two hundred and sevi
session of this body, was held in the
Dearly eighteen years, this is the first '
meeting of any Presbvterian vcolcsias-
tied body within its bounds- bo
of cmse it excited a grentdeal of in-
teiest in the simoundmg country.
Presbytery was opened with a very
impressive sermon by the last Mod-
erator, Rev. F. H. Johnson, of Win-
' which the roll was called
. . a ai a a,
:md 11 WHS artained that there
were Prpsnt sixteen regularly or-
dained Miuisters, two Licentiates, and
. .. . . .
thirteen Ruling Eiders-a rather
larg. attendance for a Fall Session.
' . r . ... .
nev. jonn x'rimrose was tueri
1. aV.;. "
Hi.wfic i"uui- ui uuoiuees was iraus-
Graham, in the month of November,
at which time Mr. Mebane will be or-
of Rev. John S. Watkins, formerly
x n 1 , , .
of Lynchburg, who signified his wil-
to accept. Rulh-Elder Jos-
i a tt a , .
eph A. Houston, made a very inter-
estmg and satisfactory report of his
duty as Commissioner to th a last '
. w ,
General Assembly, which met in
a a- t-- 1
mm it .. ... .
c uu iueetinrs 01 tne I'resbvterv. ii -
irii'iuis nu iiuii ihil 111 i.iryt; iiinii- ... . . -
Presbvterian church at Havwood. in the countv. But I did not propose ft warrant was issueu last c nday for 1 ata.
.v.- a., v. .a i 'uu i tnn'to n J.Oindnn nrim.t.v i the arrest oi Re)eccaLvon for the the street, while oth
uiis coiuiiv, last AeeK. Aituomm w i' . . rM. r)1 , " . , . , . , ,
J ' . Mr. jjije with ten Orphans was 1 murder of Miltoa Black well one of fflected, only to be d
j " o f7 ,inva HitiPo nn.l r va na o tue ciuuiren ot tiie woman w o was oeaiiiTSiweaaincr
. . - . ni.nn iu .no iiuiu,iu-,it;unr iiu ,gii oti viiiuy it THroroiial V to il I'owii i - . . . all conbiiruineiits. Aiin W riMun for RtnrirM Mn-cialtV.
! electee, aioaerator, ana Itev. Jj. CJ. "Carthago delenda est so I would his utte ranee Bledsoe thereui.on "UB1Iie " , ".. 18 mo succr of j ot c.-tton ; for thoe who wish to hold I will I Will make liberal
Vasn and Rulint? Elder. W. S. Prim- daily in the Legislature end with, Wrdino-. Tii.r' vMr...n . , , 8KK' . Punal of toe dead and charge low ratea ot storage and make cash ; l-w rate of interest a
.cuijruuicB xuis was- 1 - " TVi , ,v"17,iW' ,um "u lT 1 hist words of those who are well "poniitnce Holictted. i "It, fers to Citizens
a very interesting session, sitting un- W1 , intelule1 to mr i the ,bflfefit, of a mabl - are at night farewells to the dead! I D- T- JOHNSON, i 8eP19 3m
.1 1 , r. . . . . . , . . . . : iui i oun inienoeo 10 expiess my struinenijil ami vnnnl Hmt msfpn , . . . "oa' ; o xt .1. i-si.:
hi nuc uamiuuy iiil'ui. imaii'' wuicu .ahr .ni.'Mi th.f , ..i - , , .. . niiu tuu utsi m me iuomiiior "wn : - - - , w
t .' 1 1 ' 1 ii t . . TllO ''Iinlvcn7i"nir1' tliot in nniu rrnin :
tiuiiieu unu liiKtanau ah inisrir ni -" ...... v ... . . .
, , , . . r . . . on is quite interesting to "white ' UeiU yesterday it was decided that he "read on every heart. We work,
Graham church. A call from Raleigh , folk(J -generallv Joe Davis' de- ! died by his own' hands. While not in the shadow, but in the very
first church was placed in the hands scriotion of the "lo-rollincr" is rich iu ttmu he had purchased a few.fce of death. Wo meet him on
Fall meetings of the Presbvterv. It!mai1 The G hatham Reoohd. I-
wftfi - . ,jvery much pleased with it, in fact
,77 "7 Wi V""" j proud of it Many thanks to you
1 " & CQm1 tting pp such an enterprise and
0 V 18 t0 rep0rt at the next in such bautiful It is calcula.
regular meeting to be held j ted to, and will do more to bring our
church, in the county of Orange on !00( couny into notice than
Wednesday, before the fourth Sab-
bath, in Anrii r,, a
A proposition 1
; was made to organize a colored
church in Newbern, but after an exT
'cited debite it was postponed to an ad-
.juxiieu meeting to oeneid in uoids-
j horo', during the session pf S.ynpd. j
I T'Usv K T A 1 .1 i
j a i.t- '
The members of Presbytery and the
many visiting friends all seemed very
grateful to the citizens of Haywood
and vicinity for the very cordial
hosPitality accorded them during the
Mb. Ti knek hits deciiued to divide
time with Mu. Davis, and has refus
-.1.11 i:..A .1: .. mi. t- rri I UTo "1?... . T 1 .t jf?. -i a -
FOK THK IJKOdJJTl.
1 iv d
1 u.are; ,
Clayton, N. G., Oct 5t1i,
in it j a .i x:
my, mesa a era ana my wyouuu
humble thon&rh it is. Allow me,
to be congratulated that they have
nnfirR11 oh ftfl vmi . nill)li8ilin
, r . k r-
Now let the peoplo rally to your sup-
I'" v (Hill liius luuiunny yu ihcvt
bnild up each others interest. Tis a
vt and thus mutually you may
! it jnst. such an enterprise as John-
ston countv needs. Her Agricultural.
Educational nnd other interests need
- - ''"r A' v ""7";
I'Jninf mnii nn.l hav intarnuto nuaii
lit, inneea i nave nnen luouernttuai
j fl.. om. lpHfl lrnown ftMfl Rnn
dated than any county in the 'state
accmditig to its real worm.
mi !i a- i
1 here used to oe an n
wTnS t nofatoes. and had
little else but chills and mosquitoes !
ouSe d ftWeZ Jonnsion Tounii
hist year made its own corn and 12000
bags of-cotton, aud in this part of
. the countv at least, we have no mos.
!onitops and I never knew a chill
berfl tfat Wftg not importei i
imported. I have
neVer known a case of Diphtheria in
v,,ry intereBt.ing cimeert He repre-
sents one of the noblest charities in
the State. The training and educating
of the helpless and fatherless, picked
e ai. 1 . 1 l. j
st.ltelift p th'elll at Onoe into
a pnre iaoval and intellectual atmos-
pher" is a noble work, that com-
up jrora uif iuuvhyh sun neuges ot
meuds itself to a humane, not to say
thlif m mmnnifcj. Hard indeed,
must be the heart that will not re-
spon,i to an apical for their support.
If 1 were a member of the North.
Carolina. Legislature, I would never
"fn4 1111 luw k-5aie uaa maae a "oerai
... il'll.l f...A- 1 j i i-i. .1
PPJ'opwation to .the Orphan Asvluni
at Oxford. A old Cat o closed every
(5i'nn,nuui , luoijim nan pttmcu nu
enterprise mat pcomises so mucn ior
fire brand which the enemy pre-;
pared has fallen in their own stubble. !
Windy Billy, Mnj. Gen. Jones
,a'".. Ki!e loiter," :
....... .v... v. v. .
I nreAJTJ' ?J
1. A . Al. - T C ... ..A
m,. "The Ornhan Asvhim miiHt bn kiis- .T.i :. 7.1 ...j .1 , tne care 01 tue needy livincr. The ! advancement onc..tton left with me. i upon eucii cousmmeuis,
rtouire Macrnm. "no exhausted
Wlj;,t a power the greed for ollice
llas 1 rieiise 1Ulm?fig,10r-
, - m-
t'oa the kkcord.
Chatham Cousjrv, N. O.,
October lth, JS78.
Mb. H. A. London, Jk.,
Dear Silt: T received l"v tlio lo,
:i m n t -r
j - vhaaha.i hm.vuu. x am
l'? do hf thaV
I am proud of
everv man who
has any county pride will take it.
.H'verj man who pays taxes should
Ar on Vin Till l.i ...1 !
AAA OAAWTT U11U WllClB
his money ?oes. The old TWr !
Creek Township will give Capt. Joe Da-
Vi8 a two thirds majority. Jioldhim
up as a man who is worthy of tl)e
flM - 1ia' stsvn GAfWi .1 i
peoples confidence and support.
Don't let the "Nationals" steal from
us our best and noblest principles.
They are simply for anything fa de
feat us. We want rejief, but expect it
through the Democratic party. We
can look to no other political source
at thid time.
Give us a majority in the House of
Representatives as we already )iaye
it in the United States Senate, find
then if they do not give us relief, we
will complain, and not before;
Ji R. LANE.-
FOR THE RECORD.
Psdlau's Hill, N. C,
October 3rd, 1878.
squire Magnm, "110 exhausted. ' " iie imu iePoo with a , tw "c nepitt mess -
Judiciary," Rotating Dick," "Col. smile 'Oh, I'll be very careful." He& iipon the generous who have
Ike," and "Joe Turner," eating ontiwa??nly eighteen, was handsome helped us in all States; we pray for
the same spoon!!. Oh! my! ! '"nd intelligent, and the only son of tue safety of those who have come
; for its success; and will work for it j
with a will. Oar people ought toj
! subscribe for it promptly. Every i
; family should nave it.
family should nave it. !
Capt J J DaviV is mors PPular !
! th? lTS l.haU ev?' .H10, J i
have heard of but one bundle tail j
ey question, we iw groouunKa
enougn in place ot tlje JNationoi j
Banks; a majority in both houses of
Congress; and Thurman or 11 ou
d ricks for President and we will
soon be a prosperous and happy peo
With strong hopes of success, I
JAMES. E. RIVES.
notheh CJakdidate. Wo learn that
! W. P. Canady E;q. of this city has
nominated by the Republican
i Executive Committee of he 3rd Dis-
; 1U1' t,B ,llulll,jUil
j m i mi
. f. .L . T ,T xr;i
j el TwiltautvV lias ben
1 seized 1
iv Coi. 1. J. Yonn.o-. roilftp.tnr
. ... . - .
' ?T?J2U.. u
biuwH-uumie, hiui uiis is
lot TET.eta Mr. 'jHeh"
Vc wnF pvo a vWy trouble-
J "onie one to him-Durhm Tobaoco
Arrest for Minder.
! On iuformatioi from the Solicitor,
murdered in 1877 near this place,
.Upon a preliminary hearing Beck
Lyon was committed to jail to await
, trial. This was ote of the most liend-
Dili nnta .ivtv unmiiiitrn.l m km ilvu,l
jm y ' "
'ytlT ftud evev tljort hh.mld
made to punish tlie offender. Dt
ham Tobacco Plant.
Ihe Cow -Bell Argument.
That was a rare sight at Clifton's
Mill, in Fiauklii, ,y. as .Wribed
bv rurner with evident: nnda 111 l.w
bv Turn,,.- wit.!, evident i-ride in his
achievement. BSelsoe went there to
uu:wuuumt want 10 oe
T....:..i. 1: .. a . t.
11 a. T1 1 1 i 1
"met. Bledsoe commenced to speak,
wheieupon Josiah produced a cow-
ot a (leoate on Mi ft gre
the dav ! Raleih N
A young man named John White-
strtset the next day, fears for his safe-
were entertained, and search was
maae. v tue innuest whuh was
j grains of strychnine, saying that he
. ' wished to kill u dog. The dru'rist
I. . .1 1 . . . . " .
. . , OO'
S?1 hm beJe7 c
nau repuea witn a
his mother, and kIih n. wilnur
! Bound to he a Thief
i One ot the best known criminals in
thi part of the State is the now no-
torious cattle thief, J. C. Parrish, of ;
J ohnson countv. Ha has Iipph 1-a 1
fore the criminal court no less than '
five times, for this same crime, and 1
has been thripe convicted, bu always ,
sneaked under some point of law aud
nf ,.n,.f i " rzr :i 7:r: ;
jo, Mucaiiou 01
wij. m tlt oil l (A D iillUlS aHJ. 11U l
nfllOf I .Vlr .v'c J. 1..4. TV..,.-
was found guilty, but, as usual, took : of 2(, in e Odd Fellows Societies
at) appeal to the supreme court. He ! f Memphis have died since the plague
gave bond for $500 for his appear- j began. More eloquent than vol
ance, his father being one of the nmes of words is that one fact. From
bondsmen. He went back to his ! ihe true devotion of the living Odd
home in Johnston, bat had hardly ! Fellows to their sick, deftitute and
been there a week when he stole a ! dying brethren it is evident that the
-VB""'V Wll, WU& 11C1 IU AOJCHC'j" "
ville, and there nld her. He was ; not a phrase but a reality, and when
ioon identified as the thief, and was
piuueu iu jaii at oruitnneid, wnere ne j
aawy iict. xxis oonusmePj p is siaiea, i
lawyers declared that they will not
prosecute the appeal upon the case in
wnicn ne was recently convicted
He seems to an incorriVibl i
rogue, and nothing stands between !
him and a convict's life save a short
space of time. -Raleigh News.
The total government receipts of
I Al.il . ..
U lurieinreemontus ending
Senfpmtipr AO wV4nl ir.,t,.A i. i
r AAAAAcc uc
nscai quarter, were $74,845,856, which
is an increase of about SI 500 000
compared with the corresponding
quarter of last; year. The Customs
recipts show au increase of about
$2,000,000 over the first quarter of last
year, and the receipts from internal
reveinifi ahiinf 4innnno
Tu,vy. aaaci AiiiB- ;
From tbe Memphis Appeal.
The Suffering at Memphis.
, To be
$10,000 for twelve
nd fwtv doctors, n
WTWq 1nnn fnr mnT
To be expending oyerj
hundred nurses i
and for medicines
net iici vtniioa
vv reck ftna ruin No pen can do
theM ftud gi htg jastice; no
tonanie exrtffgerates them. Lisping
childhood, hoary and venerable old
age, the vagrant and the merchant,
the man of God, the unbeliever, all
are taken, all are claimed by this aw
ful pestilence. It thins all ranks,
and brings sorrow to the mansion,
the cottage and the cabin. The cry
of the fatherless is heard every hour,
claiming the pity, the sympathy, and
the tearn of the most hardened vet-
1 eran. In this office, as we write,
i there are but two left of all who a
1 i Al a
month ago were employed in the ed
! A.,;I,1 nliiir and nnmitntinrr
UUlllll, LUIIUUU (lull vuvuq
rooms, and our pressman is down
with the fever. Strangers to the of-
fi'nn ac i tna liiioinoca aiv fi.f.f.ATldinrir
I ill-li, o mv i.-iui,..o ... u .
fft or nftnirs while the onlv editor
I ' V 7 i. .r
left on duty alternates, through six-
i ? .h? & fe.!. ?2LS
xt. - j
nipnsiir nr in ureunui euiuemiu.
! 1 ly it . sad one. . It has
moved ns to teatt, many a time the
,OQf jn niannn WA ftr nnf
i ne We uev"' ' an? ifc
! a c?mmon , Thi !df. epidemic
: we have passed through, this surpass-
! hem all in the horror it has un-
! oovere.i. I'arents uave ciesenea cun
inren, cnnoren parents, nusoauus ;
, t.,T 1 t Tl
I their wives, but not one wife a bus-:
men nave oroppeo ueuu uu ;
ers nave died ne-
iscovered by the ;
bodies, Little children clamoring.
for the food she could no longer
ttiiovn aawau i"i"
rt-rt n . . T 1 1 I 111P I
give, have appealed to ihe dead
mother, who ve up l;er spirit as she
invt Itlrth in hur Inof iii ot. onnv nf
" ' 8 J
ineiever. ministers ot ttio gospti
carryiug messages of peace, hurrying
from House to house, have hud their . " -wearv
feet an-fi8ted and their work ftaar'Vollee'T , i septll)-3m Agent.
! flayed by the pestilence, that walks ; Uc"i.dc.,u T T m.n
m the noondav as at night. The
nrii-Ht adminiltr.rinrr ui
-rd the So o Christ Tp I
: . .1 , ., . wivymiswii)..
: !" i -?i'"1 .?mp fr.om, tue .re"
Ml, ,,. f, . , . ,
1 v. v.wkf ii ui'oc IA lUlltltS H11U Kin- ;
ijio.b aua ui.l, illV illlllOSL llJllill-
eJ :u 4, V TJL1 S
h0forA Wfl know tlir c;,i,
lives and who has died ?" All dav. i
and every hour of the day, this epies- '
and tlie heart svk-
, and the soul grows !
repetition. And 5 et
I T Trn 07IV noon
Worse and worse the epidemic has
to-day it has capped the '
the heart3 of the brave !
lave stood in the breach 1
wit h fear, with a dread ;
that annihilation awaits us, aud that j
we are destined to be blotted from ;
tneeartn. j? ear sits on everv face nnd
every hand and at every moment in :
mimes of his victims and in the i
1 1 . . . . !
... - I
S t? d abl,J US' i
-"0!10 "cuuvenujie. n e pray mess-:
among? US to nurse the Hick and min- 1
i ister to the dviug, and we ask thatj
.the names of the women and the f
! men wlio have laid down their lm s;
; for ns slin.ll ha handed down foruvwr I
as among the brightest and the best
Mortality Among the Odd Fel-
lows of Memphis.
: The Memphis Avalanche of the
24th inst.. savs :
"o.,e hundred a v mtm t
""v w.vyiw vwikiyiiv ;
brothf-rllOod Of Odd T,.llrtws.ll its!
jtlie nour of calamity overwhelms
c uuiuiiiou ruin mey suck
u'n1 n m un .
An expert penman can write sever-!
al hundred words on a postal and j
send it to California for one cent.
Yet, if he pastes one word of print j
e& matter on it, the postage is in-1
creased to pix cents. He can print
the same word or a thousand words j
(if he can) like trpqn the card itself, !
T". "Ill n ' I
ana it win De carried tor one cent.
jT,mi . -i n. i
-ma. a :a
aaaa Fuo b m aU ,
TOFWJU,MVUig0ior one ;
cent, The card nd the envelope j
will go for five cents less than the pQa. '
tage on the card alone. Wilmington !
aivjau mim i,uuu persons nave al-:
eady died from the yellow fever epi-!
rettuy aiea Il'Om tile vellow fevr An .
New Or- I
Raleigh Observer. ' ' !
W, C. HcMACKIN,
b- uotroti ueceivea aino oil
Storage at Moderate Rates. -a:
Raleigh Daily Cotton Market Re -
ports and the latest changes in New!
York aud Liverpool Markets forward
ed every day to patrons.
Refers to Raleigh National Bank!
ana the business public of the city.
ON XX ARID:
A large invoice of MILBURN
WAGONS for sale & $75 each; sub
stantial work and warranted.
OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES at
$80 to $100 each: workmanship and I
material guaranteed. !
Flour, Corn, Oats, Fodder, Hay.j
Meal, Chops, Brown Stuff, North!
Carolina Hams, Sides and Shoulders, I
in fact all kinds of Produce always
in store. seP19.3ui
D. T. JOHNSON,
l Ioors North Market, Wilmington St.,
. Raleigh, HI. C
... . . ... .
e ara now ,n B'Mn "r n stock
uf Uroceiiw, couhtiuf in partof
! Molasses, Nails,
: T (BHSJTC Si "iFTSa i& TS.f !
Which we offer at price, as low as the low-
ept- Strict atiention iven to the sale of
In view of the expiration of our
; partnership nnd t new business ar-
! lanSement, wo now offer our
LARGE and FKESH STOCK
At Cost, to Close Out,
j Now is the time for all in need of
' Come one, eome all. These good
j must be sold.
25 per cent. b
You can save
attending our daily sales.
new fall stock now being .
PETTY 6L JONES,
Raleigh, N. C.
' ALFRED WILLIAMS
K. U. HAKUKLL.
j it TJTJTjiT WTT T T A MCJ JP pri
: iiuriliJU I! iJJUlilinu KK UU..
Wholesale and Retail
KALEIGH, N. C.
Everything in our line furnished PROMPT-
. u lj"wesi vnces.
S;PC,al lf,rms t0 Teacher!t) Merchant-
ana ounaay achooia.
Complete Catalogue of School Books sent
free on applicdtiuu.
a",Miiu', - niiiix,
1 HN 'PI IT II QTin linmonrtn I hm Mnnrfii
than 3.000 sick nMunwrTCscsTrfc-RT wp-Dmr a ivrm
mAt!niTiiriiA .Tiniiai i
CITIZENS NATIONAL, BANK,!
J. P. GULLEY,
Retail Dealer and Jobber of
MOORE & THOMPSON.
COMMISSION Mr Rf.14 ANT.Q
- . t.....wln,ry
RALEIGH, N. C.
SELLING COTTON A SPECIALTY.
OT. H DODD,
Raleigh, N. C,
Sole Agent for tbe Sule ot
EGERTON'S SCOTCH SNUFF LNT
T mDealer in
FL0LR'rg ALT, AND BOLTED
Consignments of Country Produce solicited
j sepl 9-3in
j JOHN O. WILLIAMS,
W. S. PUIM1MSE,
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY
i IS THE--
! NORTH CAROLINA
j HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
This Company will insure your
I Dwelling, Mill, Gia, Store, or other
; ounamg on tue most reasonable
All losses paid promptly. En-
! courage Home Institutions. Insure
i: . ai..a i tt -
1U Ulii ciaas xiome company.
j Apply to
tt txtxt m
' . ....
vomraission iercnanx ana
' Cotton SeUer.
NO. 8 MARTIN STREET,
luloirli, TV. O.
R-ceiviog, Sale and Storage of Cotton a
Cash advances, with
nd tstotage charged
National Bank 3
Oppohite Market Place, Raleigh.,
j Manufacturer and dealer in all kind's of
: Gold & Silver Ware,
j Watcuef, Clocks, Masonic and Hair Jewelry
Watch Repairing and En-
graving Promptly Executed.
! SEALS &c. MADE TO ORDER
! FALL OPENING.
W. H. & R. S. TUCKER
Have the pleasure of again pre-
i senting their entire fall imi-outa-
j TION im purchase in the xoutiikkx
I tion and purchase in the xoutiikkx
j ma uk in s.
j New Silks,
I THK LATKST l'AKIS FASHION'S.
i I'AKK AM) rL'KlOl'S KOVKLT1KS.
AVe are prepared to show Our pa-
A . 1 Al 11' 1
irons aim i,ne puone a srocK Ot
. Xovelty and Staple
I Silks, Satins,
! Velvets, tfcc, fc,
iminpiaHed in vakiktv, jiaumvupk
j and ciiKAiKss.
1'emember our motto: "Thf,
1KST (ioOPS AT THK I,0VKST ( 'ASH
i W. H. & R. S. TCCKEH.
! BX. T. ItfOXUlIS 6L CO.,
; GROCERS AND
No. 3 Exchange and No. 5 Market Street,
HALEIGH, X. C.
In store and to arrive A Large and
Well Selected Stock of
Whieli we offer as Low as Am
i Hiii ?
i . "" ,
v.jnsigiiiuents noiicireii i.ioercn
Cash Advances made on Cotton
Correspondence Solicited by
isioo,' Ttoloicrl, TIT r?