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COSirfiDEBATE StJBVITOaS ASSO
CIATION F NORTH CABOLIPfAC
At a meeting - of the execntire com
mittee held in the city of Raleigh, on
the 15th inst, the foUowinjr code of by J
laws was adopthgg
OI me jSBOCiauon. - . I
Ttoaid in collecUnir and rreservinirj
toe material for trutntui History or
the late war between the Confederate
States an4 the United mtespt;AmerTJ
ica: to honor the tternofy.of bucomil
thfrties orjirieniship afnonjg hose who
nrviv.iR.th(a exSjnfedej-ate officers.
BftidmrH and aailors of .North Carolina. I
do associate Hourselves. together,' and
do adopt for our government the fol
lowing code of by-laws: . : . ":-1 ' ,
1. The name of this! organizaUbn
shall be tha -"CJonfederat Survivors
Association of North Carblina." . v fs ?
2. The officers "Of ithia association
shall be a president, one vice-presideat
lor eacn uoncressionai aistrici; ana,
twofot the Strite at lare; a secretary
and treasurer, and. an execuuve com-1
mittee of five r members to be appoint
ed Jay the president, and charged with
i the duty of managing the affairs of the
association. .The said officers shall Bold
for one year and until their successors
are cnoaen " ; ,
3. Persons who served nonoraoiy in
the army or navy of; the: Confederate
States,- or . who were honorably; dis
charged therefrom, shall be eligible to
membersnip in tins association. u
4. ADDlication for membershfp mar
be made to the secretary in accordance
with a printed form to do preparerx dx
him under the -direction of the execn
ti ve committee : and said application
shall be accompanied by satisfactory
proof of - honorable service ; and the
military record of each member shall
be briefly copied by the secretary in a
roster to be kept for that purpose. The
secretary and treasurer shall also per:
form such v other duties aa ordinarily
attach to such offices and submit a re
port when required Dy tne execuuve
5. The annual meeting shall be neld
on Thursday of jthe State Aericulthral
Fair, in the city of Raleigh,' or at suck
other time and place as may be select
ed in general meeting.
6. Persons eligible to membership in
this association, resident in any county
of the State, may organize themselves
into a county society, in aid of the gen
eral purposes of this association, and
may adopt such regulations for their
government as may be suitable and
convenient, and report the same to the
secretary of this association
7. A form of badge to be :worn by
members may be adopted by the execu
tive committee, but the use oi tne same
by individual members shall be entire
ly optional. k
8. No change of these by-laws shall
be made except upon a two-third vote
of the members present in general
The following address was issued :
Raleigh, N. C, Dec 7, 1881.
To the Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
of North Carolina:
Comrades: At the late reunion of
old Confederate soldiers, held in Ral
eigh on the 13th of October last, the
following resolutions,' amongst others,
Resolved, That a permanent organi
zation of the ex-Cbnxedertfta soldiers
and sailors of North. .Carofina be made
under the name and 4tyoXThe So
ciety of ex-Confederate SojdietS-and
Sailors of North Ouplfiai
Resolved, That the officers or the so
ciety consist of a presidpnv ten vice-
presidents (one trom eacauongression-
ai district and twp fro , the State at
! large) and 4 secretary,; Who shall be
Resolvent, That the president appoint
an executive committee of five to man
age the affairs of the society during the
first year, of which he shall be chair
man, ;r :
Resolved, ThaUiepnJiy e'qnisitfliieCh
essary tor aamission; iuio tne society
shall be satisfactory evidence of hon
orable service ln,t,he Confederate army
or navy. ' "
Resoivea, That tne society meet at
least once in each year, and that said
tneetinir be held durins ThUrsdav.of
the week selected for holding the State
fair, and at such other, times as the
president may select . :
Resolved, . That i the first- duty of the
executive committee be to adopt suita
ble by-laws fortne- jociety, ana nave
printea loratsuiuuuou ia appiicauis an
.explanatory address setting forth the
objects of the organization .;' 1 . ;
rTbe following - omcers were ,tnen
elected tor the ensuing year : For: pres-
identof thfr association, Wharton 3
Green, j Fayetteyille; yice-presidents;
1st district, W e, iwnerts; anaaistncc,1
J. K Porter ;.&rd; district, c. J. Harris;
4th district, Joseph;, J. Day is; 5th dls-
trict.a B. Watson 6th, 4istrict,.T.
Bennett ; Stir distrit, ,Wm.ipverman j
8th district, Theodore' I.'. TJayidson
State at larire. W. F. Beasley and Sher-
wood Badger; L. L, Polk, Raleigh, sec
retary ana treasurer. i
In discbarge of - the' first doty in
posed, the undersigned executive conir
mittee submit the following remarks
in explanation ot the aims and objects
of theaocietyt ; - .. ' v ' - ;
Free from secret or mystic rites, it is
nevertheless designed as a bond, of
brotherhood in peace between' those
who, actuated by high impulse and
goodly aim in war, were banded together
as brothers.- LThe bond of ; a common
danger in a common jcanse is the
strongest artificial tie which can bind
men toorether. The association now
Tesolved upon is intended to perpetuate
the ties then established,, so , long as a
handful of old yeterans remain.
Itis a tacit proclamation to friend
and foe that tbe cause, though lost,waa
not dishonored; nor will the mention
of it, even in opprobrious epithet, ever
mantle with shame th cheeks of .those
who espftusad it trustingly and upheld
it faithfully. It is an earnest, too that
our children alter us f will not blush at
flinnant allusions to "rebellion." Were
nothing more to be accomplished, this
last were sufficient ' to commend it to
your enthusiastic support .
k: Ai; nas in iw scope tiob cuiupmuKouu
preserving of the wdr record of a State
which, if properly written, wouTd blacel
her foremost in the front rank of her
battle-Bcarred. sisters'. Xpoes modesty
forbid its being known?. ; Modesty has
ever been the besetting ain of; North
Carolina ;' for sin v it ia In those who
make hiaioriLto defraud their posterity
of an ancestral glory to which they are,
justly entitled fof the want of a proper
self-assertion or theomlssion to claim;
It further contemplates the collection
and 1 preseryatton- iamong its archives
and records of Inflividual, regimental,
britf adi arid division instances of tlevo-
tion, self-abnegation and daring.- It is,
in a word, designed? to be thaBoUlot
Uonoirof tne uving. as uienumoie
head-slabs ofbattls4lIed graves con
stitute that ot the deadV
Ws trust, comrades, that the objects
set forthnd which are bntpartial,will
be sumcient to enlist your active co-operation
in the movement; The Initial
rjaoye ou the lath ;or-, uctooerwas a
firrand success, tttita '-'aBtUntiS)m-'tjksgnm $unt abs iboh sprikgs v7atxb an
next reunloa TnuTMayor.Uie
ataXAitsAti' tbeie will be thansanfla i
nrherathfSffi Were bnndreda at thfllaati I
-rfc,- f h. t.-t-
nnl,liAi anrf Aflllni tri ,tha firili nf Krtn t
orauie recoru. -duu - iu your muiw sur
tne eecmary, ju 14. roiK, uieign,-mur
certiflcate oi service irom one or mor
of :your cornpany officers (wherapra-
ticaoie),regimeQt, Dngaae, aiviiionizQ
f tioa These will bo inscrihebnnV'rsr
iDroDer heitdrffeSiin ft reeister.tobet X
Tided for the; piurpbse. Company: x,
cera are requesLeu u-ienu Loeir ass.
anceinaidof the rank and filfof tbr
respective commands. . Field; 8taffnxt
general Officers of course -will not re
quire it . As a matter of public ititer
est, papers throughout the State friend
ly to(the prdjecB will please eopytA
eopr Of by-laws of the associatkHttwill
be furnished at an earlv dav UDonTaT
fucation. Badge of regiment wiiltbe
sqppaiea to msmoere calling i or luiem
at our next Teunion. raternaiivi'.
i Wharton J. Green'. Presideat
TJnder.the .resolution' authorizirrjtit;
as above; the following gentlemen are
appointed an executive committee: R.
H. Rattle, Jr.,' Rv A.' StiotwelV E. B.
Stamps, ThoaS. Kenan,
) ,. ... ;W,QRi;Presiaent."
State papers' t)aseeopy -..
, - ita)rBie4 Hweaatsilty.
. Ait curious specimen of humanity
greeted our eyes .Monday morning of I
Xuas as, we entered , the Exchange
H6tel. there t sat talkins .eleefnllv to
lanaiora ttarrison tne; strangest, speci
men of human kind we ever saw His
legs, were just long enough to reach the
noor, one oi nis jeec was cinonea ana
the other crooked and misshapen, his
body was broad, and full . breasted,,, but
ndt a aign of ; an arm, bis face full : and
red,-intelligent, and a little' past th6
.middle age. and , a, well large shaped
head, only for a wen, the size of a mans
double fist that branched out froty the
stem and stood lully over one ear so it
seemed impossible for him to wear a
hat, and yet that man who cave hl3
name as Professor somebody, living in
Ohio, was happy and full of talk.:he
wrote I with a pen or pencil in his
mouth; told us he had helped load many
a load bf hay, said he was born just as
he. was, seemed a sprightly business
man, spoke freely of his wife, and it
seems he has a show, an educated hoe.
other things that he travels with dur
ing the summer, months, promised to
make Reidsvilie a visit in the summer.
Surely nothing is born into this world
but what has its part to play in the
machinery of life. God fits every liv
ing thing for its place. That strange
creature seemed really to be enjoying
Gen. Steedman, of Toledo, Ohio, was
asked by an interviewer:
"Do you think Arthur is working to
be his own successor in the Presiden
talchairr "I . most certainly do, and I hope he
will be the man put by the Republi
"Because be is the only man whom
the Democrats can beat
i "How do you make that appear?"
"I reason this way, andVI earnestly
believe I am right. In this country
there are several ' hundred thousand
good Republicans who loved Garfield,
and they believe in their hearts that
Garfield was murdered to place Arthur
wnere ne now ia, ana none ox inese wm
vote! or a man who holds that office by
reason of such an awful calamity. I
honestly believe this to be true and am
hot afraid to say so. Understand me,
I do not say that the stalwarts had
anything to do with Garfield's murder,
but I do. say that ; down deep in the
hearts of. thousands of Republicans
that thought and feeling exists. Will
such men vote for Arthur? Never!
I repeat it, sir, Arthurwill be beaten if
he is nominated, arid he is the only man
Uiatthe Democratic party can beat."
' - . ' t - ; ' .. i . V.. ' :
A Partns; Ileajp
BeldsvLle Times. :. .,:.
Mr. Eerseberg is a yoang. German ;
who lately came to Milton .-from,' New
-York and took : charge of - Salzman's
jewelry shop. He is a frail, delicate
youhjr man; but active and bold; and is
a great nun ter. - ue nunta aitogetner
atnhrhL has a bulleve lantenL he nins
:J!i,as5 "S0 ?AW1SS?-
;SRw.WttJr - rC
night during the freshet he wasin'Ban
vllie where he had gone horseback, for
medicine for his wife. and returnihtr
about midnight he was caught this side I
of the river at MUton, the night as dark
as oitch. and the swollen river jaflrinc?
anq . roiiiDg in iroat 'i ne Alan river
there is about two hundred yards wide.
He called and called to : the ferrymfthi
but the river was too bold and the
night too dark to go to him.' So he de
liberately dismounted, took off his oyter
coat and teed it to the saddle, put his
speotaoles in his pocket, and mounting
nis,, norse leapea .recklessly into tne
river. Fortunately he-J knew'1 how. to
swim the horse . by keeping nis head
turned up stream, and remarkable to
say, made the-trip, atrikihgthe bank
on the other slue all right. He seems
to think nothing of ft: says he has
ewam seven miles at one , time in hia
life. But, it , was . a most daring; and
dangerous venture.. . ; '
; : - : ;' . , ; r.4."!".1 .
avemtai Vader PecatistS- OtamHStSices
Monroe Express. ; rf " . '' , ''"
Mr. Joseph Terrell, the son of Mr. J.
AXAa aos iM VPs. - ajcsuh' vicvsh tunuouipi
met his death, on Thursday, the 22d of
December, under the following pecu
liar circumstances : A little child had
just been buried in the graveyard, at
Philadelphia church, and Mr. Terrell,
with a number of t other;, personal was
engaged in enclosing, the grave to pro
tect it. It seems that he 'was .'carrying
a couple ot poles, onon each shoulder,
when be waa.;trippd by some; . brush,
nd f ell, his head or neck striking "upon
one o the nolea and.the other vole
striking biro upon the head, dislocating
his neck.; ? He was dead before the per
sons who were working .around him
eot to hiraJlr-Teirell was about 25
years of ageq H&r had, been! married
about two yearsvnd leaves a wife and
one I child, besides many friends and J
aAfaftAai tn manrn. hia lnoa ' " v. . , f
Tf-U .T ?.'!.! Jl .''t
a. steatrsUaUsis; PaJsiBictlasi
-JlCTEsoNViiJLX January; 6.-"An - ar
plication? was made; last night to the
United States Cirouit court on behalf
of Francis Tfaske, of rNew York: for
anMnjanctioir-restrainlng th; sale to
dar ol the .Florida Central Bailroad.
under b decree ofj the Supreme Court of 1
the United SUtea .;if!.; - 1 -l ?
xne-mouon waa.TOiswa ,ny wayne
MacVeaK&and ,C P Willaw t or the
lutoh bondholders, who hold the de
cree. -Judge SeUle denied, the motion
without leavinT the bench and the sale
Von mass" known.
Just the thtnglor the prlng weakness" how so
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' or eharge nothing! II ,
Wnte for partieolara, and a copy of tbe little booh
."Message to the Unfortunate Suffering."
Ask any prominent Druggist as to outstanding.
BBTt 1000 REWARD will be paid to any chemist
who will find en analysis of 100 bottles of S. S. 8.
one particle of Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, or
any ninea suosiance. . ; .
BWUT fifaWlUVUM RODS ,
a-c i ... Auant,.6a.
Price of Small 8lsa,...iU... . S1.00
i Largs 812,..,...., .. 1.76
SOLO' BY ALL DBCQSISTS.
T UKSUANT to a decree of the Superior Court of
a xieciuentmrg. l win seu at roDuc Auction at tne
court noose in unanotte, on
MOlfDAY, THS 27TB OF F4BBUABY, 1882,
(belne the week of Superior Court) that valuable
lot or parcel ot land lying between the tatersecUon
el the Aorth Caroilsa Ballroad track: and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
now known as the Butler Drouertr.
Resold because of purchaser at late sale falling
Terms Vn rash: balance on R and 0 months
erediti with Interest. Title reserved as security for!
paianee, a. BaatUMUisti,
. dec24 d oaw tds Commissioner.
A SPLENDID ASSOBTMEirr
Frame Mouldings, k.
Van vNess' . Gallery;
.': A' iX'nersons destrms' tvachers' reTUflcates will
please present themselves oa Thursday, 1 2 th
lust r at the court house in Cbariotti yhls day u
set apart by Jaw; and there will b. na private ei
amlnatlons thereafter under 1 orctnarr dreum
staneea. , W. t. WALLXB.I
- -. jane aawta j iu.co.!ups. ruoiAsuncoons.
TT yirtue of an order of the Superior
xj Alamance county, m tne ease oi
and "otherft amnst W.: J.and 'Ai :
otaers.1 wUl oflei lor sale at the court house door
Aelack aC toht.K bond a( tba"mitt laf Can
teiet usoea rejoruary zucn. i ou, aaca tor suu
das on" Februarv 20th . 1880.. te each . ef which
bonds coupons are attached for. Interest ai 6 per
cent, rrom aeoraary Ktan, .wm
Partlea desiring further Information ean address
my attorney, James, m. ifoyd , JCsq. ureensDero,
. cs i v Jet
aft UAYS TRIAL
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ANY 1ft. .--M M
a. Bfcl-g' g
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WXHAVH JUST RECEITiD A SECOND
WX STILL HAVK A
amekr Blankets and Comfortables.
TO CLOSE CHEAP. ALSO, A LARGE LINE OF
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED HOSIERY.
We will offer from this
CALL XARLT and
I Ion on
lis is Our Column and We
OUR HftftSE IS-
BUT WE CAN'T HELP THAT. THEY SAT WE ARE IRREPRESSI
BLE; WELL, MAT BE WE ARE, BUT WHAT'S THE ODDS.
We've Got a MSCOTIE ia our Establishment
ft 'mm HIE
AND STILL WE
There Is trouble in oar mind; we
will spank it out
OUR WORTHT ALDERMEN f
OUR BRAVE POLICE t
-OUR BOARD OF EDUCATION
OUR COUNT T COMMISSIONERS?
OUR QtilND JURTt ,,.,;,
W HE RES ' V
--OUR JUDGES? '
-ARE THET ALL DOING?-
CAN'T THET SEE THAT THOUSANDS OF OLD MECKLENBURG'S
GOOD CITIZENS ARE UNEAST, ANXIOUS, TROUBLED
AND WORRIED TO DEATH, TO KNO W WHERE
TO BUT AND WHAT TO BUT,
THAT THEY MAY BE HAPPY.-
It Is not our desire to run the Clt r County Government, but our ability is only equalled by our
modesty, and if the people will have a new
The sood people of Charlotte being In dire
through those who have such wares to sell failing
people are wandering aimlessly through our thoroughfares, endesvorlng to hunt up muslcalltles.
s seemed Droner. and In the line of my duty, to publicly announce that a splendid sfr-ekof
rlAHUH. HKWtus ann mijmil;i, mn raiiinanin
HnSTC HnnSTC. Trron street next to First national
in their soul and money in their pockets, to go
Given under my hand and seal, this zist or ueeemoer, iobi.
GREAT GERM DESTROYER.
PITTING OR" SMALL
SMALL POX ;
Ulsters purified and
Gangrene prevented and
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvey cured in short
Sick Kooms purl ed and
mane pieasan n
Fevered And 81rk Per
Tetter dried npt
It is perfectlv harmless.
sons relieved end 're
or sore xnroat a is a
freshed by bathi g
with Propbylalle fluid
1 added to the- water.
Soft White Complexions
secured oi its use in
bath In ir.
Impure Air made harm-l
less ana - purineo Dy
( sprinkling parby's
Ship Fever prevented by
can't be 'snrnassed.
Catarrh relieved, and
cases of death in the
' house, it should alwys
be used shout the
corpse It will prevent
eared. - '-.
Erysipelas cured; '
imrns reuerea insamuy.
i nreventeu. ' -
res su unpieasanti
any unpleasant smell.
An antidote for animal
or Vegetable- Poison,
sroos : efnrmas of
"Sick reoms and hospi
tals removed by Us use.
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Disinfectant anil Parifier,
I WIUIVVUi Mails l uiJUVi a
'.Kit'"" . , ntSTACTft BY j.
j. H.zEixii?' &;co;
i IfannfactnrlBC Chemists. Sola
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rr li .ii r . aiv i-ir-r- ii r
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BB ERS ! !
STOCK OF LADIES',
HANDSOME LINE OF
date our entire stock of
olmans and .Cloaks at Cost
a Tender Snbjec
Have SomethiDg to Say!
in the m,lMl
ARE NOT HAPPY.
even of IHtakesIaJwhole column, ;nd wp havejto
administration we will nave to take tne reins ana ao
need of good Pianos, Organs and Music generally, and
to sufficiently advertise tnem la our cuy papers, ine
ui mi muug rail un iuuuu ukli ai wo atomiiii
and to oounsel all neoDle. wbo have music
and select Musical Instruments for their
SEED OATS !
SEED OATS !
SEED OATS !
BAGGING AND TIES
We are agents for
THE WATT PLOW
And will sell it lower than you can buy an othe
. good plow. Full assortment always on band.
Call and see us before purchasing.
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