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liigPost. - -
U has a distinct purpose to which tt steadily ad
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us well as more wholesome. Boston Journal.
For neatness, elegance- of engnmiigr-aod con
tents generally, It Is unsurpassed by any publica
tion ot the kind yet brought to our, notice Mtts
lb weekly visits are eagerly looked for, not only
by the children, but also oy parents who are anx
ious to provide pure liters tore for their girls and
bo) s. Christian Advocate, Buffalo, New Y ork.
a weekly paper tor children which parents need
not fear to let their children read at the family
fireside. Hartford Dally Times.
Just the paper to take the eye and secure the at
tention of the boys and girls. Bprlng&eld Union.
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yo wvwai wuiu)im. vu . i i r iinnTi
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Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries,
with Insertions to match.
AhoihAP Inrra Inafalmanf nf T.aaa Ksi4r
"Wer. embracing all that la new and desirable.
oevenu pieces ot watered Bilks and Satm Btripe
Auire m prices max must sen tnem. Also Black
Embroidered BnutHAiR. Nut uui RAariui 1ju th
latest and most tasteful trimming out for fine
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ST CHARLES HOTEL.
HEADQUABTEBS I0E DSTJIOIEBS.
THIS honse has been leased for a term of years
W SrsT Dr. Beeres, rh0fe JntontiOTls to
U.BI strictly first -class house In every rePf .
mSous sample rooms on first anrfsecond
rr& patronage of the public Is solicited. ,
Julrlrdtf. . '
Irritability oiwmper. jjowiiiinm. x
of memory, with a feeling of having; neg
The governor of New Jersey has set
theCOth day of March as the day for
the execution of Martin, the Newark
- The President has positively declined
to interfere in the case of the three In
dian scouts sentenced to be hanged at
San Carlos, Arizona Friday next, and
the sentence will be executed.
A freight car loaded with brick was
thrown into a ditch, eight miles from
Jolliet, Illinois. Ten tramps were se
cretedin the van at the time, two of
whom were killed outright, and the
others so badly injured that their lives
are despaired of. Their names are un
known.. Ten of the Nihilist prisoners at SL
Petersburg on various charges, includ
ing one woman, have been sentenced
to death. The other eleven will be sent
into penal servitude.
1 1 was decided at St Louis Tuesday
that a note given in consideration of a
difference in an "option deal" is not void
in the hands of a bona fide holder, the
note having been acquired before ma
turity, and without notice of any ille
gality. Yesterday the striking laborers at
the Union Iron and Steel Company's
works, Chicago, attacked a number of
men who had been encased to fill the
places left vacant by the strikers. The
police were called on to quell the riot,
dul were not in sufficient force to pro
tect the workmen, who were hooted
and pelted by the mob.
It is reported that the Central Coun
cil of the Irish National Land League
of the United States has called a gener
al convention of that body to meet at
Lincoln Hall, Washington, D. C, April
12,1882. Each branch of the league,
numbering fifty or more members will
De entitled to one or more delegate
Rev. Laurence Walsh, treasurer of the
American branch of the land-league,
reports the total receipts from January
13, 1881, to February 14, 1882. at 8161,-
The Norfolk ami Western Railroad
Company Tuesday, by its agent, Col.
noyce, paid into the State treasury $400,
000, being the remainder of the $500,000
for which the State's interest in the At-
antic, Mfssissippi and Ohio Railroad
was sold to that company. The money
realized from this sale is to be placed
to the credit of the public free schools,
to replace in part moneys heretofore di-1
The seat of government of Louisiana
has been transferred from New Or
leans to the new capitol building at
Valley Mills, a little'town in Texa?,
was almost swept away by a cyclone on
the night of the 27th ult.
Cincinnati slaughtered 384,878 hogs
the past winter, 137,547 less than the
The night clerk of thellarnettHouse,
at Savannah, disappeared Tuesday
wity S500 belonging to one of the
A Democrat has been elected to the
State Senate in New York to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of Senator
Wagner, Kepublican, Dy one thousand
majority, a large gain.
The President has nominated L. L.
Lewis as attorney for the Eastern dis
trict of Virginia.
Geo. B. Wall, a native of Newbern N.
C. but for the past twenty years a resi
dent of New York, was shot by his wife
at Ulncht, L. 1., Wednsday, it is
Monday was a stormy day in Texas.
Much damage was done by the blow
ing down ot houses, trees, iences, c-
and a couple of mail trains were nearly
An independent Democratic ticket
has been put in the field for Kentucky
From the Auditor's Report.
Raleigh News and Observer.
We are indebted to Gen. Roberts, our
very efficient Auditor, for a copy of his
last annual report. We collect some
interesting figures from it.
The general taxes amounted last
year to $203,297.38. insurance compa
nies paid 8l0,964r arummers S5i,suu;
merchants S28.350: railroads $8,830.55.
aawino- machines 82.200. bank Stock $3.-
630.Of the liquor tax, three-fourths goes
mm I 1 . . J A - A. A
to tne puouc iunu, amuuuuDg u 910,
987.64. The income tax netted $250. The
fees from the Secretary of State were
$6,694.70. There were abput $5,000 of
The MnnrAmn Court Reoorts sold for
fti on Rnrl tht Rtationerv for $3,138.
The entire amonnt of public moneys
for general purposes was, men, aoout
$345,000. For the asylum $91,134 was
raised ; for the penitentiary tne same
amonnt. The . fertilizers tax, for the
AiminUnrfll flAnnrtrnftnt was B29JS00.
The Western North Carolina Railroad
Company paid into the treasury $59uu,
their Aon tract to Dav interest on
their bonds, and this was paid but for
that purpose. The amount paid for the
hire of convicts up to JNOvemuer av,
lfi.e.1 to no 7Q Aft2 10.
?" ' . ... .
The chief items .01 disbursement
were? Interest on d6Dt 8Ntt).0&3: ueneiai
. . - n 1
Assembly $56559: Judiciary $37,920?
public printing $12,763; treasury ae
nartment. srr 9in? State department $3.'
snfl auditor's deoartment $2,858 rexecu
. 1 aj nmt - n: nr. dfeci, OIK TKfl
expenses of the government, leaving
out the agricultural department, the
oavlnm Anrl the Tjemtentiarv. were
about $275,000, ana leaving out mwresi,
was less than $i90,oou. xne Morgan
trm A avium drew $30,000: the Golds
Hmv fAlnrutt Asvlnm $15,599.19. The
Kwy , - - -.-- - - -. ,
penitentiary costs ns $oz.wu. rv iniujt
this is as creditable a showing as any
Of of a nan moVo an the mnninor ftl.
UUW KHA tMWv a
nt tha ernvArnment are less than
$190,000. The Republican Legislature
uvuuvm va pk w -
alone tor tne year ending oepiemoer
30, 1869, cost, regular session, $19100,
and the special session $78,000, making
$269,000 for tnat year, xne same ex
noniM that mat 11 a last vear less, than
ftiononn in 1869 cost $505)00. and in
iR7o $475-000. The expenses ior the
nraooTi t voar i P we have no extra- ses
sionof the Legislature, will be much
1688, Only aOOUt liW.UW x ma io tucio-
nf tha two narties. The whole
cost of administering the government
of t.h State Heaving out interest and
.minixi and nenitentiarv. etcV wil
Kio a,. na i-crmlarlv-onlv about $135.'
Ann ti TLTntf. enent in his district
alone $269X00 last year. Actions speak
louder than words. Who wants to see
the Democratic : party put aside that
the Repablicans may be restored to
power .ana waauo wwiwvb uvuvj
Honoring their Cptaiiu Ji.
'.tiicw. OtttkAJsk IMarebJ ; 2. Captain
tvim. woa ; fnr n manv vears
oast commander of the Continental
Guards, last night declined a re-eiecuon
imm.nifur -jinn tn nnsitlon
of first honorary-captain was specially
created to whicji lie was unanimously
In Memoriam Peace to a Good Man's
The death of our esteemed towns
man Major Baker, which took place
Friday evening, of pneumonia, at his
residence in this city, fell with a pain
ful shock xm this community. Yester
day the flag on the City Hall was at
half-mast, and to-day at 11. a. m., there
will be a meeting ot the bar to pay a
tribute to his memory. Maj. Baker oc
cupied a prominent and honorable place
among us during his life, and it is fit
that there , should be a biographical
sketch of the deceased to chronicle his
career and his virtues. Wm. J.Baker
was born in Gatesville, N. C, on the
20th of June, 1815, and was the son of
Dr. John B.Baker, a practitioner of
medicine of celebrity in those days. He
was educated as a liberal man, and con
cluded his studies at St. Mary's College
in Baltimore. In 1842 he was married
to Miss Sarah F. Collins,of Portsmouth,
and his widow survives to mourn his
loss.- He then continued to practice
law in the Eastern counties of North
Carolina, where his integrity and mod
est worth made him many friends.. In
1855 he became a member of the bank
ing firm of Hodges & Baker in Ports
mouth, and he was successfully en
gaged in this business when the war,
which desolated so many homes, broke
out. He at once volunteered, and was
appointed on the general, staff of the
Confederate army, and assigned to duty
at headquarters in this city. He subse
quently reported to Gen. Martin, and
later served with Gen. Pettigrew until
the death of that officer. When the
grand downfall of the. army of North
ern "Virginia occurred he was post com
missary at Raleigh; and at once repair
ed to Greensboro, where Gen. Joseph E.
Johnston headed the only organized
force then in existence this side of the
Gulf States. At Greensboro he sur
rendered with that army and later came
to Norfolk, where as a lawyer, and bus
iness man, he steadily enlarged his cir
cle of friends. As an evidence of the
esteem of his neighbors he was almost
always in the councils, and was a mem
ber of the select branch at the time of
his death. In all the relations of life
he. was exemplary, and it may be tiuly
said of him that bis chief fault was a
greater regard for others than for him
self. Generally deplored he leaves an
honorable name to his family, and a
beautiful example of modest virtue to
Judge Seymour's Successor.
Raleigh News & Observer.
As we have heretofore intimated
would be the case. Hia Excellency Gov.
Jarvis has formally tendered the ap
pointment of Superior Court Judge of
the second judicial diatrict to Major
Henry Augustus Gilliam, and Judge
Gilliam has signified Jus acceptance.
Judge Gilliam was born iu Gales coun
to about 1821 and was educated at
Princeton, a college whose graduates
take higher rank than those of any
similar institution in the Union. He
studied law under Judge Augustus
Moore, who was in his day and genera
tion esteemed second to no lawyer in
the State, and came to the bar at an
early age, not only equipped with the
rich gifts with which he was naturally
endowed, but also deeply versed in the
abstruse doctrines of the law. He lo
cated at Plymouth and pursued his pro
fession with vigor until the breaking
out of the war, when he promptly rais
ed a company, which became a part ot
the Seventeenth Regiment, of which he
was elected the Major. He was with
his command tken prisoner at the fall
of Hatteras and suffered a long and
painful imprisonment at Governor's
Island, in New York harbor and at
Fort Warren. On the return (? peace
Major Gilliam removed toEdenton and
resumed the practice of his profession.
About tour years since he lormed a
partnership with Major Gatling and
opened an office at Raleigh, while re
taining much of his old business in the
Major Gilliam has been essentially a
awyer, devoted to his profession and
seldom being drawn from it by the
blandishments of political station. He,
however served in the Legislature as
a member from Washington county in
1854 and 1856. and accepted a nomina
tion for Congress in 1868, when no hope
or expectation, was entertained of an
election. In 1872 he was nominated as
a candidate for Superior Court Judge
Of the first district by the Democratic
convention at' Edenton, but declined,
and Judge Eure was thereupon nomi
nated and elected. Judge Gilliam
brings to the bench a ripe and varied
experience, deep learning, an astute
legal mind, rare powers of unravelling
the intricacies of the law, and a sound
and discriminating judgment.
A Small Pbx Preyentivo.
The Louisville Courier Journal re
lates the following:
An instance or the emcacy or cream
tartar as a prophylactic against the in
fection of small pox has been recently
demonstrated in a prominent family of
Louisville. Several weeks ago a case
of small pox was developed In. the
house, and was sent to the eruptive
hospital promptly as soon as the nature
of the disease was established beyond a
doubt, but not before all the members
of the family had been exposed to the
contagion for two or three days. By
the advice or a mend, the family was
induced to drink freely1 and often of
Cream tartar water; in the proportion of
an ounce to a pint or water. Every
member of the family has so far escap
ed, while the coachman, -who waited
occasionally on tne sick man, ana who
did not drink the cream tartar, contrac
ted the disease, and is now a patient at
the pest house. All fear of the re-ap
pearance ot tne disease in tne iamny
has been dissipated, and the use of this
8imole remedy as a prophylactic and a
modifier or smaii pox is recommended.
Conference Between the Press and
New Yobe1, March 2. An important
conference has been in session in this
citv for two days between -trfc Western
Union Telegraph Company and the
various press associations of the coun
try, respecting the relations subsisting
hetweenthe press and the company.
On the satisfactory conclusion of nego
tiations the executive committee of the
telegraph company invited the repre
sentatives of the press to meet them at
dinner at Delmonico'qlast night. -The
relations between the press -and tele
graph company were-recounted by gen
tlemen of long, experience in both ser
vices and the universal satisfaction ex
pressed at the harmonious relations
which have resulted from the present
A Vessel Wrecked and Twenty-Three
5 TJnkcss. March 2. The Collier has
been wrecked off Yarmouth, and twen
ty-three persons arownea. . . . .
The honest public sentiment ot the people of
the United states is unanimously in ravor oi at.
Bull's eough syrup. The druggists pronounce It
to be the only standard cough remedy.
GalvestqS, Texas, March 2. A spe
cial to tne iMewa trom JNavasita, says:
"The storm Mondav nieht did material
damage in this neighborhood, uprooting
trees, blowing down fences and houses
and demolishing two large gin houses
A special from Dodd City says the
town of Codova, 14 miles south of this
place was visited by a severe cyclone
Tuesday which inflicted considerable
damage. Many buildings and residences
were torn trom their foundations. The
Baptist church was completely demol
ished and a two-story frame house of
Mr. Trave was destroyed. Several mem
bers of the family of the latter were in
the house St the time of the storm and
were seriously injured.
The Reason Why.
Raleigh Farmer and Mechanic.
Senator Vance is on four of the stand
ing committees of the Senate: a larger
number than any other Democratic
Senator. One of these committees is
the important one of "Privileees and
Elections." Another is on "Naval Af
fairs." The Speaker in selecting his
committees doubtless had in mind the
fact that Charlotte, Vance's home, was
a noted naval seaport during the war.
Or he may have assumed that the Gov
ernor became familiar with naval mat
ters during the years he resided at
Blacknall's Landinsr. on Favetteville
"Speaking of cod
some wUl eouch t
ghin?," sars Mrs. Partington,
hin?," sajs Mrs.
tin tbelr la.ee gees black and
blue and never think
or buying a bottle of Dr.
Bull's cough syrup,
It IS the Helsrht of Pnllv to na.1t until vnn Am
In bed with disease you may not get over for
months, when you can be cured durtre the early
symptoms by Parker's tilnger Tonic. We have
Known tne sickliest families made tr e healthiest
by a timely use of this pure medicine. Observer.
Ponder on these Troths.
KIdaey-Wort is nature's remedv for kldriev and
liver diseases, piles and constipation.
Sediment or mucous in the urine is a sure Indi
cation of disease. Take Kidney-Wort.
Torpid liver and kidneis DOlson the blood. Ki i-
ney-Wort revives them and cleanses the system.
Headache, bilious attacks, dizziness, and loss of
appetite are cured by Kidney-Wort.
Dr. C. W. BEXOiV, of Baltimore, Rid.
We give above a correct likeness of this well
known and successful physician and surgeon, who
has made a life long study of Nervou3 Diseases
ana the Diseases of the Skin, and he now stands
In the highest rank, as authority on those special
and distressing diseases. In the course of bis
practice he discovered what now are renowned in
medical practice, viz: a com oination of Celery and
Chamomile in the shape of Pills. They are used
by the profession at large and constantly recom
mended by them.
It is not a patent medicine. It is the result of
his own experience in practice. They are a sure
cure for the following special diseases, and are
worthy of a trial by all lntaliigent sufferers. They
are prepared expressly to cure sick headacne,
nervous headache, dyspeptic headache, neuralgia,
paralysis, sleepless, dyspepsia and nervousness,
and will cure any case.
Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cents a box. De
pot, 106 North Eutaw street, Baltimore, Md. By
mall, two boxes for $1 or six boxes for 82.50, to
DR. C. W. BENSON'S
U Warranted to Cure
ECZEMA, TITTERS, HUMORS,
INFLAMMATION, MILK CRUST,
ALL ROUGH SCALY ERUPTIONS,
DISEASE8 OF HAIR AND SCALP,
SCROFULA ULCERS, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINOSonaUpartsof Oie
body It make th skin white, soft and smooth;
removes taa and flpmdues, and is ths BEST toilet
ili imnliiii lii TBB WOBXD. Elegantly jrat np, two
bottles in one package, consisting of both internal
and external treatment.
All first clasdrugiBta have it. gripe $1. par partraga.
CHA8. N CRITTKNTON. 115 Fulton street.
New York City, sole sgent for Dr. C W. Benson's
remeaws, townom an orders snouia oe ad
HRS. LYDIA L P1KKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINRH ALTS
Is a Positrve Cure
for ah tfcstt Palnftil Cossplaiats and 'WeaMessM
mwuoi to ur best f emmle ppmltln.
It wiH our entirely the worst form ot Femsie Oot
plaints, all ovarian troubles, Tnflarnatlon, and UfcSra
Hon, Falling Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of life.
It win dissolve and expel tumors from tha uterus la
an early stage Of terelopmen. The tendency to oaa
oerens humors there is checked very speedily by Its nae.
It removes falntness, SatnlBncy, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness pf.the stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, . Nervous Ftostratlon,
General Debility, SlspJeasnevIeia m Ind
jisstloa.- j ;.- ..-. .wt
That fsallnr ot bearing dowa, causing: pam weighs
and backache, to always permanently earsdrttsasa,
J Itwfllatallgmesand aatoaneireiiiiistaiirsaBeMa
barmony wiUi-Oje law that Severn the femssyateiB.
For tt care tfWa Cn
Oompovnd Is unsurpassed '.. - t'
vomnila orecared at S3S and t3 Western Avenvsy
Jiyim.lfn-1, r6tl.;Slxottkfor$. Statbylasn
Uthe form of pfUs, also la she foms oflosaages, sv
reoeipt of price, 1 per bos or stthscv JH mmornm
lac, Address, as above. MmHo tMl wt
HofaaOty shotild be wiUiout tYDUIHarijrS
UVXK PILLS They euro constipation,; bfilnntnssj
sad torpidity of the Hver. ' esnte per box.
49- Said by all Draa;gista. -l v
LA.CJE CURTA.IJNTS, :;
We have some beautiful styles, also some handsome patterns in Cretones.
We sail have a few HBaVY GOODS on hands that will parVou to buy tor
another season. We have. Just received the prettiest and aheapest stock ot
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GENERAL FEED DEALERS
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AMD OTHER ORGANS.
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Ask me tor nrlces if you want good work
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THE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
.American Bell Telephone Company
For suppljlng Telephones In the 8tates of Virglala,
West Vlrglola. (south of the B.4U.B. B..) North
Caroiiua, b'outh Carolina, Florida and Alabama,
Constructed, equipped with Telephones and rented
tW For particulars address ;
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and TELEGBAPH COMPANY,
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