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' THUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1884.
H; A. LONDON, OKor. jbaJism, had catin tne aeaci Louies oi
Democratic Electoral Ticlet.
FOR THE STATK-AT-I.AROE '.
"W. H. KITCHEN, of ilalifax,
JOHN N. STAPLES, 6f Guilford
first Distrfct'-W. ll. Lucas,
Second " -Donci l Gili
I LI 1AM,
C. W. McClammt,
B. II. liVKH,
It. B. Gl.EN.N',
11. 0. Pl'KYKAB,
M. H. JcsriiB.
It is high time that our party or-; .
.a r.m.f,.f.fM fn eveiV'
tho next election, tno uciuocumm.
j - fi1
thousand. But the experience o4 ho
paat has proved that a large number
do not vote. Tho largest vote yet
orabie election iu 1870. Tho vote
fLeu east was larger than that iu 1880
or r88'2, notwithstanding tho ii.ereas
ed-population, and conse.piently the
deuiociatic majority in 1S7( was
hrr tlo it has since been. It U
therefore i the interest of the dem-
6crt that ft full vote ho poiieii, iimi-
ivery effort bhould be made to secure
this. Everything bhould be done to
Induce every man to go to tho polls
Tthe ensiimir elec'ioi. TI-is r y.
it the ensumg tke.ioi. U
heal be done through the cilorts ot
.mimOteOH. UliO ol cotll'Se ll is
Accessary to have Str.te, district ami
bounty e.-ulivo committee, yet it'
S. f ;,r1 if vrt f,r,ter ii.morla.ice 1
A of equal, it not g.eatei, iuipoita .ee
s.o have active township committee- j
ieu. Our parly plan of organization ;
iroVidcrfo the election of live 'mc- j
proiiiimiu. iiicuuuuium I
live" democrats in every township.
1 this p'au is adopted in every coun
ty, an 1 these township committees
do tho'r duty, tho deniocra-'s will
carry North (V.ro'ina- by at hast
twenty tho; suid majority. We hope. I
therefore, that every township com-
iV1iHn..i.mn will rrnhyf. thr. r.siionsi-
Bilitv devolved Ui.on him. and wilt
. . i. 1.-1 ;.i . v. i ..n
go IO WOIS oeier'iiiirpi.i iu
duty between now and
tne 4th of next Novo
due has not the time
I'd attend to his duties
feeman, let him at once
another bo appoint.
No one ovght to be j
soiuunnec uieioiy as a-I'eruoiKi: coin -
phment to him, but h v the advance -
rfinnt of the imrt v's siii-rna.
We would suggest that every
fownship committee at once makeiths. n-iin'r in the-eastern part of the
,. . , ., j sr ill- n. .mo voi.i , lnne been sii.ee
out two lists continuing the t . 1 !i, v
oi every voter in wo le-wusmp. one,
list. te bo rctaine'd by the comnriltee :
and the oil
iney voieo. .ei.iascenaiu meirpres-
lit polilie;d espinions, see what j
dliauges arc probable, and m w.Tk !
-in l, ,.,,Rfi; 11, -t Hifl .,mirt, I
ill know the ilay before tho eleeiion
how every muii will vole next day.
Above all things got those who did
dot vote at the last election to vote
lit the next.
We stated last week that Mr. Kerr
Craige, of Salisbury, had been nomi
ifded as the d'onocraiie candidate for
CJongress in the seventh district.
Since tlren he hs written it letter ele
tfliniug tho norcinntion, because his
physician advised him to do so on
Account of his bad health. Mi'. Craige's
thauy friends will much regret to
hear this, not Oirly becccuso of their
Bynipatihy for his physical condition
but also because they would have
been so much pleased to havo him oc
eftipyieg eo honorable position as a
l"tAtM-AfiAi,i-atii'a ill tTV.to. r,r.cf fn i-.f
. . ... "! . , .,
eoarBe he would have been elected if
Be had accepted the nomination.
It is epiite a remarkable coincidence
that the only other instance (that we
(fan recall in this State) where a man
was nominated titf a candidrdt fot
Congress raid declined, occurred in
fhe same town, iu which Mr. Craige
resides. In the year 1820 Mr. John
Giles, of Salisbury, was nominated
as a candidate for Congress and de
clined because of his bad health.
That at least is the rcaxon given by
Historians, but we have heard that i
fie declined the Congressional nomi- i
aation because ho preferred to hold j
the office cf Clerk of the Court of
Rowan county, the emoluments of
vthicb then exceeded the salary of a
Tm democratic convention of Bun
tombeeonnty xroa held laet week,
dad nominated Messrs. Richmond
jaflrson and Joh.istone Joues as its
AmdidutM for the Legislature
rer 1-v forwarded, to the majority, that, under the Canbv svs ' luui.loiph who met leir the lirht tiuie! Vv 1 " i.t" , ", ."' .
of the county coi.rmitiee. tern of County (iov, rnment, with !"
I out what men on I ho lis! j " MW cari.t t-bag-, f - l" ' ; ' b 'o -" j wUi,.h M,aHUriil h-t and S inches.
thelast election, and how ? J - 1 n, p . : ! W inches ,,:,re the gioiind. This
THE AKCTIC CASMHALS.
We published in our last issue what
ro termed "a sensation story," to the
effect that Lieutenant Orcely's Arctic
I explorers had been guilty of cauni-
I r . " r . J , T ;. ,
their comrades. It has since been 1
admitted by the survivors that what
A sensation story is j
A , ,
.at they did actually
we thought was
ths truth, and ll
eat some of the ltesh of tluir dead
companion!). We do not care to sick
en our lenders with the revolting de
tails, nor will wo l.irshly comment
upon or criticiso this cannibalism.
Rather do wo pity tho sufferings of
j men who were reduced to such aeon
! dition as to ee.t their dead comrades.
! But we are pleased to believe that it
I i;) tho only authentic instance on re
cord, where any portion of the Amcr-
v -.. .,..v n Wv mullv of 1
" .. . .
cannibalism, in slnkiug contrasi 10
, , km
j Chriritian rcsiiiiition uuj Loroio for-
, WJ of thd A,;iericau
1 County Govciiiiiti'iit.
1 Fr..m On. KmUi'.I. I'lHicr.
A .mm. iksii.. in the comii.if cam-1
,,ni,Ti ij)S a , ;t iu i,.,, , p,cc d- j
Hug ones betwicii the present or North ,
! Carolina system of County Govern
Uielit and the Canbv system.
. j- jj tl .aWm v our fon,
I'ho Cauby system is the ',
the I'ederal Imvonet. ;
: . ,. .. , x 1 1... i
! -V'tora. y, t e wen .n-ruib mpHu t ,
1 N' 'b Carohna ryUm.. and nutura y.
th Uepubhcam. support the
f..., ,v svsttm.
j-or ion vear. T 11:11 is 10 way, iioiu
the day North Carolina c-am-d to be !
'" ,u"1, 1 ? " l" -l m,
ht'lt', ' V' ' . '
, v,.lins mil,(,l; o.nlry s Constitution
our c mnty nli-urs were administered j
by magistrates chosen by t!.o Legis j
l'turo. After the Cai.by Constitution !
h 0.,(.vutlull ,.0ty alt.ms
were administered bv commissioners
elected bv the people'.
Assooii asthc while peopl.'of Ni.rth
Carolina got the power into their o.vr,
hands ii"ain. thev restored their old
i or democratic svstcm of electing mag-'age.
ist rules, lctciiicr to commi.-si.uit iv. ;
....t.ointe.l bv tin maeistrates. the!
leniiaeiiientiif cuiliitv affairs. Ill old !
1 times the magistrates attended to!
! county atlairs;
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1 1',., ,,,. f,,..f.,i ,,,. t.i ...I. .i.l I f.,r
: , ,..,,... .;.,.,....!
i . ...: i .. 1
iiiieniio comeii .niu.iu hmh:i iuo
I American freemen, fn certain eo.iu-'
itliW. t.0.,)i(.tt l;.v wt.,.c j M1(:h !
i,....,,. ....... i...... ... ...';.. .... il,1it,,
to the Iiegid.Uiue', thi'V e lected whom
they ph ased as commissionc-rn to ad-
nnni.-ter county r.li'ans, to le vy county !
Wv M 10 CoMr"1 0,,1,,it-V I tl
lures, to be magistrates, and to con
trol the public sehoi'ls.
It is needless to say that the taxes
thus levied under negio rule, and ex
pended under ncgio rule; that the
schools under negro rule for white
children, and the administration of
justice for white men by negro offi
cials, were at: pant ror ry w.me men.
It does not set well 'iu a while man's
slomaih to be arrested by a negro
constable or to bo tried before a negro
Of i-eiiirse, when taxes are levied
and expended by men who pay none',
the levy is heavy and the expenditure
lavish. This is truo of men, whether
whito or black; but iu addition to
this, the average colored voter con
scientiously believes he is honestly
entitled to everything that h can g.-tj
from the white man, and that get
what ho will, he will never balance his
account against the white man for
so; viced rendered during slavery.
These things bt ing so. the question
naturally arose as to tlio best legal,
A lwolI1(.Ilt-8 CJ0
that, so long as the Cauby Constitu
tion was unchanged, the Canby system
must remain in force;, and thus a
strong stimulus was given to the agi
tation for its repeal.
In 1871 the people elected a Legis
lature in which two thuds of both
Houses were Democrats. These mem
bers of the Legislature very well knew
that the people had sent this number
there that a convention might consti
tutionally bo called und relief theieby
afforded to the negro-ridden c. unties.
The Convention was duly called, and
met iu 1875. Among other nmend-
li.iulita In Ilin I'm. Jll nllni. ll,....
.)otl(,d 0)JU ivil , the Le,riHature
power to adopt bue-h system of County
Oovernmeut as to it might seem best,
with the full understanding that relief
should be giveu to the negro counties.
These amendments were submitted
to the people for ratification or rejec
tion in Novemher, 1X7(5. The ennvass
was memorable for its length and for
the obstinacy with which the Itepub
cans, backed by unlimited Feeleinl
patronage and unlimited Federal
money, fought as step by step and at
tery oiut until sundown ou the day
IllWV (lttttlllI.WIl lllll'ji I . i f I ' . A A t A 1 1
iiu iiiis 11111 t - . ,1 . 1 . 1 - - i in. iaAij.i-n.i r ut ilium iitt r iriii init-ii
sundown on jll)tL(;m. Timt is tL, whole differ-1 v-M-take ,?1(s .Ilt. Ht. &(u' : '' rc "-"J ! ' .
mlu.1. Tf nnv. it ,.i,..w.. i e:.., ....... . I,. iii-.l. i-; , a . i . .. , . - . toiiowe is ami siu. loners, no sain 1 Uoti t nil (he system with ouimneiu
" .' ';." ' i-...-" ve-ars oei. six ler-i six inrne-s nigii. ..!,.. :r l.. 1 1 , , , i, 1 .1 . ,'.
nr indinntioM their affairs to be administered in that i .,. vui ,...,1. ..,,.1 v.. 10 f'""" il he (.Mi. Aayo) bad to, thccfloit to pieveut or cure lovc-r
as a commit-1 Wil "l,nur ' ul .,,Hln " i"1- shoes. A negro man seated n a , t ... , , ', ,-, . " 7
coiu.H.i , 1:. iw .. . , 0 , , ,, , he shonld lake (v,-! . Scales every tour. ' iiiorei iietent nrereiitivo and iviumIv.
... a....:.. . 11 .1 ! . 0 . . eliinse. li-lv..'ell lu-.l MICH I leioocrill S l A.nin A a-uf a l.mru ,:... 1. f..
resign and I , ..,.', '.i...... s adminis. I . V.:.... ..!?. . 1 . . 1. r' t''. ..lu '- Chatting ye.-terdav with tho Cov-, with tho advantage of leaving in the
, . . . . f i 1 w " - I n ui 11 n 1 mi Mini ii tt ;i i .ui tl ' 1 : it . 1 1 . . . , t t ; i i
l in Ins phice.It,,,,.,,, j p. w wbi t Mw lM a( ; (-n.oi hm ex. , I staled o a ic b,y no poisons o produce d.ZZu,e0:;.
ikcrd upon any ! Hut there is more- mwon for us to : u,u.((,i t'L llUl.IltiolI ,;f l'Jlktoniah.- , r' !,,!,t ''' ' ! v ' f. '"e -1 rufm1 ""'.'. "" "'"''
! .i. 1 1 11 ....i, . 1 siioki-n in everv count V 111 .North (,ar- der. I he nr. .urn-tors u-urnint it.
I - 1 I In .,., nnlkinn nf what
they attempted afterwards through
i .l..: .1. 1 I
Throughout the State, from Chore
koo to Currituck, from the South
(Vmlina border to th Yireiui line. !
.v...-v nUrr uvnealed to he neonle
- f -f tw n ro.iaion i
j counties, and everywhere with sue-.
amendments were ratified by a major- j
!, ! uo-, votes
mSe k full well what they
j .... i.L.n.'o hi ink. t, ,
iwm .1.1 i!. r when thev raliuetl me 1
amendment giving power to tne JLieg-:
islature to lis the Comity Govern-
ments as it pleased, and tho Lenisla-
ture knew full well what it was doing ;
when it exercised that power and en-
acted tho present system ; and the I
question now is. as it was in 1S70, in ;
1878. in 18S0 and in 1882, whether the :
...l.:i 1.. ..t V....H. " .-..l.'i..i nvr.tr
tne uauoy system 01 i;um.
ment, or that under which heir ore
f ithors emoved neaco and prosiu'iity :
1 .. 1 1.11 Tlio Caiibv
. " . . " 1 :
sysiem means '""" i.- ,
MtAirv News: An infant child of ;
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ashbv, died iu
ii i . ii r ii 'I- i
hat city recently from the sting of a
Greensboro Patriot: Mr. 13. II.) nlutiUu l'lvc Press: That little
Ajj.le.of abhn.gt on township, shows m.llw ,.l Vork Club Saturday night
12 Exposition potatoes, weigiung even j, i- i. , .......... :M .v.,..i, .. 0-lit. It ilis- :
twelve pounds. They will be sent to
Ra'a" ulo"t'' wlth tho ulo'' cx-
Drown tells us that he caught a brood
of voting partridges and put them
unde r a hen with chicks, who adopte d
the orphans nnd bids iair to raise ti.ein'
to a domestic lite.
F.lixabetli Cit v Carolinian : We ;
,iavt. u 0 0(1 tt-lllUoritv that several '
f Mante-M-Daro eountv. ,
i i. i . 1., n.'.i
tlill?e.l l.lu HII. il.trnn'in ... r.. 11-11...
ui ',,,, i u,.! it, ,,,.,,.1
. pds ,jmt tM.v' would dostill
'" '' v-nr. If two or tine,-1
"Ts call do this, whv not all . (b
Itmhl,v tlli; Kmh of ,
' ' . ,
M mslon S-ntMi.-l: The water me
crop in this section is immetise :
. tueiriut went lieging upon ourstiei ts
j t1"' past week at from 2c to 5c around.
. IV the load. J-'-ilc'iii and Win-ion
; have two respective base ball clubs
.composed of boys under 10 years of
ihe yoiiiigsteis tackled each
ot m r on Monday and li ned o-nle an
exciting games the seore standing:
Winston Cliern Street, 17: Salem. 11
Wade-shoro' Time's: To'ikton don'
a n-n u:ii o u.'.
.Aed-choro' Courier: Joe Nichols, a
colored farmer iu this olaee. boasts mi
",r . " -J , 8 1""!r- M.r
; " ""." " jni.ip
l'ianted four Irish potatoes and rais-
W tli.T. fonii 10 gallons. -There
wero 7 I.rothers ,n town ast week l,y
t!:e mono of Rums all natives ot
f(,n,ir, this m-iruii"' that a water
n:fl'"".i was e-ut at the residence eif
Cajit. Win. Mangum. of this city, yes
apt. Win. Mangum. of this c.ly, yes
rday. and in the centre of tho melon
,e imtuls of M.fMa..gu...;s na.n.'.
. 31.. were perfectly distinct, be-
"U. 31.. were perfectly ihstinct, be-
l dohsi 01 isi r ki: ut inn hiw ctuiirtn , .1
ingof a ..liferent ce-lor from the other ! ,,js to tbo a,jn, ud about 10 bushels
ine-at, ami penetrating more than an j t j HUWU Troutman, Wnugli A;
inch on each side. No traces of marks ! (Ji,w wilh a (h ise'r machine, tluesh
011 the outside of tho melon were to' 1 ,., .. . 1... ii. ril ei ..d of Mr. 1). 11.
b.i se..n. How the name got there is
a mystery. I
Cbiidbourn Times: "Old Aunt." j
Tenah Swindall dieel last Sunday. Slift ;
was extensively known as tho leader
eif a peculiar re ligious sect, familiarly i
known as "Tenah 's Rand." It is sai.l :
that before she died she advised her!
baud to ilisbaud after her de-ath and ;
join any church they wished. Dm -!
ing her slavery, she was a member of
tho Methodist church. She was con
sidered by those acquainted with her
to be insane on Ihe subject of religion.
Sn0 s(,).Iur(l tj ,w wy ... "UI1,j
sane except on religious matters.
Wilmington Star: Mr. Ii. O. I-V.n-
ville, of Onslow county, had in mniket I
a elay or two sinco four onions that
weighed altogether e ight pounds, aud
one 01 the four turned the thirty seven !
ounces, nn ins ane-e 01 inn great; l.st men in the service of the company,
interest taken by the Germans iu tbo liat caused him to commit tho rash
coming election, is 1 furnished in the ' ik.wl is ,lot f.u,uly kllowI1, l)llt our in
fact that Mr. L. oilers, of this city, f,lll!Ult W,,.H lnilt t!jo general impres
received a letter from IJruiiie.rhavon, tLu, tLi t. WW ft woumll iu ,ho
(.eriiJimy, a day or two ago written : M W illiam Rolick, who lives
bv a former d.uingtonian. Mr. John , His lllil(.s fn,lu lho clty) yesterday can.o
,.,.4;,.., ,,...au i -,u wilh his four year oM daughter,
the words: "Huzah for Cleveland ! 1 whl)8B head wh in a pitiable plight,
Ifeudi'isonville Raptist : On Wed-! all the left sidu ami rear besing entire
nesday last Mrs. 1. J. Hart and her j ly devoid of scalp. The child was hurt
little son, about ten years old, with I about two weeks ago. A wagon had
mule and buggy, as they were ae- j stopped iu front of Mr. Uolick'a house
custenned weekly to do, drove to ' ami his htllo daughter went out aid
Flat Rock on some matter of business. climbed to a position on ono of the
They were emietly returning home j hind wheels, unknown to the driver,
about 11 o'clock, when they came j As the wagon started oft" tho child
(within 200 yards of home) ton bridge was thrown to the ground and the
icross the A. & fv Ilailroad traek. j
Susjecting no elanger of any kind,
they drove on the bridge, and just
before getting across, tae mule scared
at a crack in the brielge, and running
backwards, hurled buggy, woman,
child and mule over the siele of the
bridge from twenty live feet. Mrs.
Hart was instantly killed. The littlo
boy, though for a time senselwis, was
after a whilo able to get out from un
der the wreck and cethome to tell th
Ataniauce Gleaner : Wo have heard
of one Slore-koeper and guager who :
i.t .,i.,.r inNriiiiiuuU are. for '
sale. Evidently ho has no hope of ,
Rlaino's election. -1 ho U.ut pour
that we have seen this season was '
nlaeed on our table Saturday by Capt. i
jUH, orawl. It weighed 15 J :
ounces mviiimiuf iiit'Mui,i.
us an Irish potato Monday that
we "hrd IV 1 is. It camo of 25 bush-
ds produeli from one planted, liosido
.1. 11. i.ien.ieimi. r.f"i-. uiuuLM
those uscu oy um 1.1111:0
set a" hen on the 3rd .Sunday
t on man
of Mi.i'ch. A chick of her batching
laid her lirst eg on Saturday, July ;
"JGtli, aged 110 .lays.
Oazet'e: Mr. N. M. Dunlap ;
ou jilt Sllluj,lv shaved with the razor
, ( . (. 'i vso!, MU msH that he
.in,m,;1.ts t " (he best he has ever
1 . t. m 11 ...11 ..f
use. i. iir. u. d. iKiK-uwti .
, s ..,, township lias 011 iih
au I t,.e0 10, veul ol ,. the :
.,..,... ,. .mm, .11. M lii.lcn
T ."'.,,.: tl w,,.
iuis ar wi.ii "
vs. jim Uan lor t.io murot-r 01
! 15th l:iv of S'Pti ii'bi-r next bi'tw
ii. . l. ....... (1 1 O .. .. 1..1- v
think Lis attorney appealed to
.Sp,vme Court, but. fro!,, the evidence
. ... . i ,.ii, ..,-,i,..,.,
,t wi! do no good exc. pt to pioloug
his hie mh. months.
IK' ll'-un .'i mi'i u ,.,. ..v.
oigatii.d h )vever, wliii h is jn.d as
fond. The hold of the Radicals j
.... . n: t ii.;.. ...... i . 1 1. fj !
in i in 'ii'- oiuies ui iinn .... ......
gadiully loosening. The people will ;
wrest them from tlieiu in November, j
M .li ne Sutton, of Jim kh bcrry j
section, knocked Jiyan Joliuson, a
wUte mnti who lives on hts place,
idi wnwith a hoe last .liomun. as;lW teet is eight ineln s wide aciots
" .' - ,u i ';
.V1"1 " t,.I,'iU ! U,K 'Tr, '
j! . ff.
T hnrsdav evenm-' at about 1 oeloclv
. .. ii i . i .. i . i . i . . :.. . .1 .....j
... . - i .111. ... .,
and the heiiMst ram that has oer
viU',l ,,5s 1 1',1 I'f i1',' ..l'"!'-!'y
g sav the "oiliest lljli.iiniaius. ine ,
creeks, swaieps and streams were so
swollen that nearly every bridge was tucked his poultry, and which is rov-wa.-hed
away, ami the dams to the 'j,j;, very fatal. The disease lh st at-j
different mills were cut. so as to let t icked a thick of guineas and within j
the w. iter nut. The riv. r ro.-e live three hours thev wcie every one di -ad. j
feet t:nir...liv night and travel trom
thecou'.try was almost impossible.
Raleigh News and Observer: es-
and )bserver : Ye
, . . . . . r,.t
terday a ivporK r . erview. d 1 Los.
ai'"t i..-..i.i'ii i.'ii.i.-.u leii-simim.
Mr. Argo said he would heartily sin
port JU iine, but lie could hot do the'
name in regard to Votk. He was
frank to sav that his reasons for not1
t ! f",li',,,f' i,,lk),w,'r"' l!1t .b0 .!"" i
lllliin 11 . nn.N... ii." inanii. i in , ...v u
,-. ... , , i .... i it i ;,, .1
olina save (iiiv live and that in tl
course of th m t ft w wei'ks ho ex
or-els l. stie.-.k in those. Tho hiiok- .
i -. , i j
: was asked wlnit her any speake-rs
ua-i a.iaress.., au.nei.ees in so many
'counties of the Mate', ninety-emo. It
i is hardly i.ossible that anv one had
lv :i inches. Messrs. Sliuriio Rros., 1
.. ., , . i r t .
ol (..olii'ol d township, liimous Iuimels, :
......in thi-s vc ar a wheat eroji worth !
uJtt Th,.v 5;0 bush- i
,U ou 75 acr, s and threshed out
,,f 1 117 I ... J... Is 1.I...11I IT. I.iinIi.
,.f 1 117 I ... J... Is l,..ui. IT. l.nsh
now,mi, 1G" buahe ls, iu 170 minutes
and stopped live times. At Mr. il.
Jose y's they thushed a bushel und a
l.nif to the ininute. The Republican
dislriei. conveiitioti for the seventh
congressional dis.rid, usse'tnblcd at
Salisbury. Tuesday. All the counties
wore represi'iited. Mr. Allen Jordan,
of Montgomery, was chairman and
Messrs. Oillcspie.eif Jrode-il, and Jiulla.
(.f Davidson, si-en tin ies. Dr. J. (1
Ramsey, of Rowan was nominated for
Congress by acclamation, and Mr. A.
E. Holton, of Yadkin, was nominated
for presidential elector.
Charlotte Observer : Mr. Williams.
tho roa. I master of the Air Lino road.
for tht) s,outrru division committed
suicide a few days since by drinking
laudanum. He was stationed nt
centre, and was considered one of tho
heavy whee l tunning over her lieaei
completely sculped the greater surfaco
of it. The wheel cut on lue sciup us
Htuoothlv as could have been done
with a knife. IrfX'id treatment was
procured, but Mr. Rolick finally, at
the euel of two weeks, brought his
daughter to the city. Her wound was
dressod by Dr. Dyers, in as careful a
manner as possible. It is hardly pos
Biblo there will be another growth of
scalp aud lho child's head will always
rotuaiu A bad looking sight.
j done so, unless it be Senator unce'.
I ... . -.. t . . a .1. r. . il I
Journal: Mr. J. R.
Ranks, one of our most sueces
fanners, some time since had a swi
of bees to fitch 111 a tie e 111 his yard
and ho mounted up the tieo to saw
the limb oil After Hawing a while
the 111,1b ovoko ami inewi.o.e awarii
lighted on the inu-k 01 air. uuikhh
necil wueu nisirai i'i jumping uui, un
tho tieo as I would havo done ho ;
' 1 1 .. 1 ,.r : ;.. t f
quiet ! y elow
the le.e bouse and
to co.no and lu;,
lly slid down the tree, went to j
1 'uliea for somo one
u ush them 111 it, which
was done, and ho never received even
asting from them. Mr. Green, who ,
Keeps t lairniout ormge. Killed mis !
Keeps t la.n
week, a wat.
uroil lie le
iter moccasin wnieli mcas-
et in length, and his im
" , ,.,.,,' , f..i f ,lf
i'd him to Dcrform au au
lie contained a cat lish 18 inches in i
length with a "head on him" two inch- i
es iu breadth, besides fifty-two living !
Huukes. measuri:..' from one to two:
. . . , r. i , wvuoa t()
j t J !, ! to tie
. J. B . , ; .
t"o w. """peeu-i oeni i s,;
, nioriiin" lal. E. 15. Hod 'e &.
... . i. .ii ..i ..ii
1. T ,u,'7"7 ' ;
J- olu u " L ' u f
corn hue. Instead of a tassel it bus I
, or eu- .
1 t :,..,.....;,.,
, , ,,
0f them verv well develoi.od. The;
collt,.e one is" twelve inches long, and
n. ,.is ,,f linl.. p.u- ii...:.:..!!.. 'M in- I
C10S r,round. A human phenoim -
m)I, which was iiuite a curiositv, was
i . . -i i ..." i
exuioitevi in our omco Aiiesuuy. ai o
liliVcMt a t.oi0m boy. nppaiently '20
yens of age, came in to ye I us tJput
Lis foot in the paper, but we are un -
uhlu to do ho as it wu .-:o iwdc it wouhl
occupy uhuUl one side of it. Ono ol
tho toes and contains eight well clu j
veloped and pel feet toes. We esiii ,
ti.ii. k of nothing to compart; it to. '
The foot was all right otherwise ai;d
tho other foot was perfectly natural. ,
Mr. J. V. JJyraui, of Sandy Ridge 1
township, told us u few days ago, of
a verv str:tii''o disease which has at-!
Thev apiurentlv break down iu the
' back, and lie down and die. .Some ;
, , . i.,.w. i... . , ' .... '
it.rci, ,11 iij.rciltt .7.11 nil Ileum ,
lttU.k!ll ,ho t!Xt. ti()ll tlf '
. . . . , . -, ;
pear as pert as usual, the comb man :
tains its color, and they eat to the last. .
lp to the time that Mr. JUraui was!
... ..f ; -rr. i,...i .1....1 '.....1 :. :
o - r.- - - "- :
confined to his own poultrv, none of I
. - , . ,..l , .,1.1.. 1
111-1 iiviuouin ii.ii.u uma uiiaci.eii.
Sprinir Wit&ont Blossoms.
in I. in: to Look nm ,Jov iit
NlAIII TIM Latk to Mi.nh.
li...iiliTK..f lliiwUiirn.''n "ll.'ii.'iis-vniOiiM.' i
Kill r.M-ull Hi.. I'nili'.s mil. will, h ,..r e'ii.'i'i.r.t
I ) i..'lii.ii , wli.i liml Im- ii iiiilunily liii.iif.ni. .
tln.'.. I.l.-. rut-ly inaiihiMl. i.fii-1, uficr Ills ri'li'.ifi. ,
"My III.. In pun', ami oln ri' Ib my liuiiiii - V ,
Ol.: trlv.. in.' m lniiilnvn". lim Him , I I
il iiir. nly In .in, a :..iin .f warm s uti-l. 1 1... ,
iH-i-iislniinily I, .11 ii'ir-nn U.u xluiii a N..W l.iigl .i.,t ;
Ill a l.i.tcr to Mi
Tll.lH, 'if IVllllllltfl
iiiiiiilil inl. ry ir
Of Hli I'WI
,..inir;M-.,.K-.-.iiii.nii. -l l.yur. Hl
Im.Iii. I ..iiiMil I. II. -fin Him tiiiiiiln or lt hi. lanp
"i nvr.r (..'inci anl ii.-.'il .-v.-ry 'iiuiii Hid .lomi-ri-Hi-r.'i...i.lv
i.i.il.ir Hi. I...... I It..... nt I.L.1 i. -..'1
in CAiiKiiii'sToxma (..iiiiii.-t.. h..ui.- i.r.-. m-
Ii.-iiii.i.'iir... As )-.. nr Hiv.iluiilil.. iii. li.-lii... win. h
,u.i i..r n.. what in.ililiiu .'i .-..iil l .l, l-. -miiic I
" u..'.'nnt ..r im ..;iiii in.-k m i.u...y .i.-is. i
11..1 a..,Mi.n..iy ...,nr.iy Un' SU1T.TU11? I... luia
ii..( ai. iiii.-iifiy 11.r1r.1y Un' suiT-rlinr I... Im
il.n.i.1 i.r iinii.y yoai. II.. I nn nr.'lli.'r-lii l iw,
ftii'l 1 Ui... Un. ram. w.-ll. Id' in n..w ..-r.f..-ily
tr...-rrmi ON.il.l ir-.iil'lns, an. I .-nj. .v ln-alili an, I
li!e. Hit. rll.li.K II all I.. I'AHKKll'a TONIC"
l'ii.-iii.llt'. ih aa liivliii'iim, 'lniulu .-n i.U Oi
rK.'ini .-iir.-s allni.Mi ..f U.u llvrr, klJui ys, an I
all . IKu s.ir Un; !!.
rontnii.s nn antl.loto for all malarial ill.
enter ftliicli, f. far as kuown, is 113. it la tin
ntlirr rvuvdj. it c mains im tVainii.c, nnr
..) ii.iiktnI nor ilrl. t.iriouH mitwt.inra hnt
cvci, 1111.I oonacijiicnlly froiluci-ii 1:1. ili'iirliuia
tfm-l uk.ii tlio c'ir.stiliakiu, l,ut l.uvei Ilia
(ysluiii iu buaUliy ui it ltl.ua tbo alia. k.
WARRANT AYEK'3 AGUE CUF.E
lo euro cai ry 'smt yl 1'c.vt? nil I .f,M, li.icr
Mltleat or t'I:i!l Kvrar. l:riiiltt.'i;t Krvrr,
liun.b cur, liilldiis Ti vtr, aii.l l.lvrr I'.
i'nlnl rmisf.l by iniilai U. u ,'is.,f f.-i . .r.
iift.T ihiu trial, .lurjlcrn are aiitb.irUr.l, .y t.ur
circular JateJ aluljr lat, lw.', to rtfuuil Ilia
Dr.J.C.AyeriCo., Lowell, Mass.
SulJ by all HnnigifH. 1
An Old Soldier's
. " Calvert, Teua,
Uay S, lfl
' I vtah to aiprwa my ppneUUoo ot MM
valuaUa qualUlos of
Ayer s Cherry Pectoral
a a cough remoHy.
" While with CburehlU'l army, Jut bafora
the batilu ol Vickaburg, 1 eoutractad a ae
(arts culd, which terminated la a daufteroua
cough 1 found no rullef till on our inarch
Wtf came to a country itora, wbcra, on aaklug
for aouia ruuiejy, 1 wai orgod to try AlEU (
CUKIlllV I'EI TollAli.
"1 did to, and wai raplrtly ernrod. Rince
then I hare kept thel'tcTiiBAl.ooDitautly by
Bis, for family uo, and I bars luuud It to Im
an Inaaluablo rcuitHly for throat and lung
atlaaaaea. J. W. Wuitlsv."
Tbotuandi of taertlmonlala certlft to tb
prompt ear of all bronchial and long
aJTfcctloni, by tho uia of Avsa'a Cbhuiv
Pcctobau BaiiigTcrypaiaUbJe.tha young
Ml ahUdreu laka It raadily.
SFLER STATION, C.
Offer to ihe public or.o of the best w
IJANDISK ever urougiil to u;.s wt
B80T8 AHD SHOES, HITS AUD
HARDWARE, CROCKKU V,
OF i:VMV J)!'HCRirTION. ,
Wi5 have no old stock on hand, left over from last season; everything I
.... ..... ,i . ... .1 ... .i .1.. i i
' ' , '", " ,
U,"r 1 , U ?
" 'P'''11 fwl
new. No have ennie to stay, ami niieiul to Ken everyiniiif? ui. vuo iwv
f barter tal:t
tho best leilih.ers on tlio market.
For red slii k vsoi! ; lr:'shv covered nud heavy sod land there is nothing
e-pial to the ei h luatcd South Tieiiil Cliill 1'lows.
A cent. r.'il- r
and every P'o.v ;
have also a Inr-jr
ti:i:itit; cil to
Turn shovel iiii.l Hull Tongue
, , . . .
al extremely low pr.e.s. .pee.ai :
Give us a trial.
' Apcil lSl. tf.
1 1 :
Aj rli i-
,.. . .ii, ..r iiliu.
A. II I.. 1, -oil;.
4. i. mm h
M.-ii k.-t fi iii'ir.-,
31 Jlay Street,
i lit ally l-p -M'.' I n; i ll.". Illo H'.ifl...
FAYETTE VI I -LE, N. C.
Olfeis ii eompiete iitoclc of
MED1C1NKS, TAINTS, SKKDS,
(HfiS, (SLASS. YAJ5NISHKS,
DYK-STl '!'!. S
AN D T ) 1 l i I f f A i : i'I t T.i IS AT
Satisfaction guavanb -d t.i any who
may favor l.ii.i uith their irdcr;.
Coil ospondeuce solicited as to prices
and te rms.
MAItCH '2.1, S1
Arrivals for its )M.
' " J
DCRHAM. N. C.
RRLS. SYR CI.
T HACKS Rio and SURD TICK
:m Rm--. SHED HUSH POTATOES.
HM Rm.s. all grade s FLOl'R.
100 Rl SHELS CORN.
4 OO RCSMELS OATS.
10 TONS RHAN AND CHOI'S.
300 Rl'SIIERS l'KIMK WHITE
MEAL Emm Wnxall Mills.
5000 LRS. RCI.K MI '.AT C. R
10 TONS 1'iUMRTIMOTHY HAY.
lu fact we handle (ii'oeeiie'M only,
can there fore' e.tfer special induceviieuts
to the wholesale und retail trade;
Colue to see lis.
ATWAT.-ER a WTTATT.
JltirnMi'Ml, C'l KU ll C.i. 'a i'LI, SIMM',)
"BH T rt T " -1 at at tuaiikUi.
J. & P. COATS'
SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON.
YOU CAN BUT IT OPl
W. L. LONDON,
rxTTssono. rr. c.
NEW GOODS !
McLEAN & CO.,
P. & Y. V. It. R.,
. ..xttijit HTPW'
leetcd htockH of OL.NI.UALi MtK-;
ir.m. aim are now sciimg at iu
CAPS, NOTIONS. CLOTfflNG,
TINWAUE, DRUGS, &C,
n in eeti:uiye for goods.
Bend Chilled Plow!
ui iKst. two-liorse nlnw. both rlubt and IrfL
with W.m.li.r linn H.'iii,nitliritliout Wlieclur JulDtert
Willi CbllleJ or hU.tl bUart'9. 1'bo bn l'low lu Aiuortca.
vive Tali(:tetioii or no sale.
toil: of Io;il!e Sliovel and Planter's Pride Plow
ft r innrimnff
. . . ,, . i'i...i..t rp.j...
' ? ' 1 .r irauw
.'.'l.lili X I. ll."' " W.,
Ghixxsuuko", N. C.
M. T. Nont:S,
..f X-.ri-lp Wiul k
w. :. MeaeiiiK,
Lnlo ol N.irrii., Murrum
M. T. iNorris & Bro.
wiifn.uiwi.i S.-rils, Wyu't ts T7t'r at tliclr old
No. Hi Exchange and No. 15 East
JAAiXJIUII, rr. 0.
WE CAKRY A LA ROE STOCK
M'hi'-h we olVer to the trado at
ve ry low prices.
vgiv.'.s i:i:ul attkstion to the Mta ol
Mi.kR ..il. ui liitfhr.i tirJ.'M nn. rolurna at imtft
1 :. .Inc.- hi "n .- ti n.isl. ii hi mi all clisiKea.
l.ltrf i-ui ail.ttif r.4 nin.I..'ii rutlnii flU.rud wUlt u.
A'.ii I ir I'imi .-. Oiniiin.
. iiis r-.r !' n. ni..k-. Sii.r Pli(ihnM.
A.'i.i.i f.-r I'Uli llnk eiiiHii'i.
A,:-m r..r Hi !..i.rnii'.l si..uowallCuttOB Plo
I In- li ina "fill" ll.lll.ll flul.1.
J.in ii.ii it, eHi.
Lougee & Goodwin,
Kii'ifwuora to I. W. Diirl.tm,
117 r.ivt tt.ivilb. Hi., R.w.Kioii, N. C,
HUBBLE AND GRANITE
OF EYKRY DKSCRIl'TION.
Dl'.SIONS SENT FREE RY MAIL
SATIS FACTION GIYEN.
July in. 11. Hum.
m. 1 imi k im,
RALRIOH, N. C.
of every dosciiption.
md tho largest steie-k of
ever in Raleigh, at bottom prices.
CV.il ami examine our stock
j Satisfaction Guaranteed.
tsUT AVrito for DescriptiTe
Don't forget the placo,
220 FAYETTE VILLE ST.
Jl.D r. WVA'l'T.
RALEIOH, N. C.
Consignments of Cotton and l'roduoo
We carry a heavy stock of
MEAT. LARD, St'OAtlS, COFFEE,
BAGOIXO. TIES. FLOUR,
MEAL, CORN, II UAN, AC, &C,
w hich we tiller to the trade at lowest
Will give consignments of Cottou
and I'roeluce our pe-rsonal attention
and make f-ales at highest prices ami
forward returns at once.
WYATT & TAYLOR,
I ulyj Ma. i'i Laol NaiUn StrtKH,