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T II W EEK iY tltti eft!. R :
-l - Nov. 30, 1878.
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HATES OF SUBSCRHrilONo.
One copy, one year, - - - - $1.50.
One copy, months,1 ,-.. 7 - . - $1.00.
CS7lb"riptioiis nxiist be paid in art-
..zAyf-a ur auv ilki i&ijn u :
One square, one insertion", - $1.00Y
-Jnvh subsequent insertion, 50c.
Czfrperfal contracts macTfe'fOr larger
x-bds:oi-J !jPuLiiiiiiiisr' oo;
3 Cv NOTIVEMWelwiinbe
pleased to publish any comtnunica
Mo.ts front anypctson relative to the
good of the people ; but jzny commu
nication relative topersqnat matters
or tending to bring , abpidau contro
versy 'v)iU not be tolerated. Eb's..
A Pleasijto Incident. Rev.
1 Div Vithrov .preach jtul.jDTii Sunday
-ijvening,; last "a sermon in t behalf of
th6 Boston Children's Friend Soei
. etyf This morning a'y,o"g gentle
man a called "oh the 'treasurer' of the
society, aidjnade a -donation Lb be
credited JoaJNorih Carolinian, in
r coiiit;on .'of the great, kindness
showhy'ltm community' in their
" response to rf lie rfpplicaf ions for aid
. from the' suffering; South during the
'recent .scourge. ..
The above we take from the Itos-
ton livening 2'ranscrtpt of Novem-
A berllth. . The, name of the gentle
man making the donation - is not
given. We suspect that.1 he is well
known in this county,; especially at
Durham. About that dale a well
known business' man of that place
was in' Boston, and it was just like
him to have made some' one's heart
ad while there.
The Jlillsboro Hecordcr calls for
a special tjernj of the Superior Court
lor this' county immediately after
the Supreme Court , shall have met
-and reviewed the ; appeal of. the
Chapel Hill prisoners.; : ' In justice to
all concerned, the Cpnnty Commis
sioners should ' ask .for a special
court. Ihe expense to the county
at jresent for guarding the jail is
some $230 per month, while the
cost of feeding, &c, is considerable.
It? thauprisoners arti entitled1 to a
new trial, it should be given them'as
early as possible. It not,the people
, filiould not be taxed to pay the sum
, of $7 per day for guiding the jail.
Besides those confined in jail tinder
. sentence of death there are some
eight or hine other prisoners await
ing trial. A special court would
empty the jail, cut.olf all expense of
guarding, feeding, tcJ By all means
let Oransre have a special court.
! The Democratic rnvsg of North
Carolina seem very much' concerned
as. to whether; or not Senator Merri
inn' will abide the deciaioh' of the
Democratic caucus.'- We-1 don't care
whether Alerrimon or( Vance either
njl;iii,es its decision-, just so the men:
bers of the caucus are true to them
selves. Will the "eancup, every fnem-
bierof , it,. stand np to its own hction
wheu'the vote is taken? is of more
jmjHjrtanco to -us. TlieT question is,
s it seems to ;tis :? uWill the "Demo
cratic members of the Legislature
stand firm ?" '. ' !-"r-.- " .' . . -
hope when the Legislatures
shall ha'e assembled, the peoples
rep'reseiUatiyeSyU 'lect that man
'to the. UnitedStateS' Senate that
can do North,-Carpi ina- the most
good. Elect , a good' man, and not
jiten to the bowlings of every cross
roads newsjiaper in the State. Act
like freemen, as you are. !,)
Tllii Fall Term, of the U. S
Court convenes in Raleigh . this
week. Honi Geo. W. Brooks will
preside. Judge Bond telegraphed
Judno Brooks that it was impossible
for him to go to Raleigh during the
- i ' i
term. ' . f
The police have not yet found
the stolen body of A. T. Stewart.
, The reward offered should' be large
enough to divide with the police,
Jand the body will be' brought forth.
... ,! .. . -e. ' ,..',. i.l if r t; '!
Exainino yourself. iM imPar
tiallyl Dof itV fekhiullyV Do it
ofteni;,. :'J.j'1;.i ' ' :
Sit do wn by .yourself . and shut
f iner Vmt.' n 11 thouj?htg 'bn.other sub-
'0 " r o . t m- -
iectsj. revie w y our. awiulilc forane
lastday-for ihe last'weeic. itecan
both your acts and your words for,
both to others and to-yourself, your
wors are oftenas", serious realities
as your, actions.
1 We believe , there is not a human
being who wilhnbt be benefitted and
imprbved by the habitual review of
his or her own life, in this manner.
" Have your hours been turned to
account, either in work or recrea
tion or have they been Irittered
away, in a, manner profitless, or posi
tively injurious, o botji mind ai d
body ? . : v 4 j- , m , '
Have you made any acquisitions
of knowledgewithin the day or the
: I 4
week just gone?
Can,1 you say, 1
know thi. thing, or that
not know before ?
which I did
, Have you strengthened your prin
ciples, which require constant, brae
ing, for a. thousand temptations are
always at work to undermine them ?
We say "to uudermine ,thcm ; for it
is only the worst of men who sit
down and deliberately poncoct plans
of wickedness. . It is ihe insidious
and unperccived approach of the
Temjiter, in disguised jand undistin
guishable form, from whijjh the
greatest danger is to be .appre
Have you helped 'your' unsuccess
ful and troubled brotljer where you
had jit in your powei? Have yon
sablj' a kind and encouraging woijd
where that was all that was neededl r
Have you done a kindland generous
act jwhereveu it was your duty tojdo
We shall' allj be judged by )ur
works, and there is no; more efficient
aid iffimproving our Works,- an in
rendering the future better than
the past, than by a frequent, search
ing review, and. an unpredjudiced,
nnspariug judgmfnt of the past.
WHV IS THISf-THUS?
It seems to us that, spite of rc
formists ot both sexes, nothing bet
ter than the family (state has yet
been invented! ' There is no neck
lace ever, worn by a Jwoman so be
coining or pretty asa'pair of chubby
twinincr little arms. And there is
no better safeguard for a.man's rec
titude than the thought of a sweet
Utile face, pressed against the window-pane
of his home, awaiting his
glad coming. People seem to for
get, who call "marriage a failure,"
that in every condition of our lives
"offenses do come'' jwith merchants
and their partners inj business; with
teachers and trusteesi; with clergy
men and their parishes. These are
accepted facts, which do not lead
reformists to call business, teaching
preaching, "failures" It is only
when marriage is under discussion
that they expect parlies who have
entered into it, to be whollv'nnd
thoroughly free from the imperfec
tions incident to human nature.
How is this? Can; any Solomon
tell? - . i j.
, LTE' dispatches give an account
ot' the . loss of the ship Ifomerania
near Dungenncss Point, about three
mile from the shore. She was struck
on the starboard side, midships, and
, ... i.
sank in lessthant wenty minutes. The
vessel was bound to' Hamburg. The
Captain, who could not be persuaded
to leave the boat, together with fifty
passengers, were drowned.
TnE N. C. Conference of the M.
. Church South, is in session at
vines in the land
of the ablest di
are members of
this .Conference, and we hope its
session will be harmonious and result
in much , good td this great branch
TilE Raleigh Jfeics gives an ac
count of the death bf Hon. B. F.
Moore. yThis venerable gentleman
and able lawyer breathed his last .at
his residence in Raleigh on Wednes
day evening last at 2 o'clock.
TnE Board ofj State Canvassers
met in. Raleigh 'on Thursday last.
We don't think any change will be
niade in the result : six Democrats,
two Republicans, i j
BY K.,L. B.
One more added to thd list ot
Freshmen. ; i ;v
1 Next week. we will publish' a
of the students appjyrn& lbphej
ree of " College Philosophy. v
"' ' ... ; -
Prof. Hangum is' atiending Con-;
ference in Charlotte. He expects to
him a jileasant time.
The students have three jholulys
during' the year ; Octi lh., the
. . rr, ...1
founding ot the University
.riving b'av and Washington s
"Drstant-e lends enchantment to
the"view,,, as a boy said the other
night, SiUing iu the larthcst rner
of the room and gazing adstractCclly
at his book-case
Dr. Phillips is again siolc. 'lis a
pity that his health is not better.
Such - a m;nd as his ought nut to be
bound to inactivity; We lpc to
see htm with us again soon!
Last Thursday was Thanksgiving
Day' and the bt)ys enjoyet holiday ;
iThw....is an old . custom, i All the
bn.irdint? houses iiave extra! good
dinners and the boys enjoyed
selves hugely. ': , ,
The semi-annual examinations will
commence on the 9th of Deejmber.
Truly, now ! comes the "seaton of
cucumbers." The boys are study
ing verv hard. It wUi give .them a
relish for enjoying Christmas.;
Prof.' Simords' is "still I very sick
He has not yet fully recovered from
his recent attack. He is poking
"rather thin, and is rather del-
icatc, but his iron tci7-bids him tcH
sumc his college duties,--wiled' he
ought properly to bo in beu. lie is
one of the most energetic jProLssord
hero, ilay he speedily recover ant
be' able to resume liis duties, for-suer
energy as his ought not
tined. ' T
to be con
The following is a, list of t
Seniors, in the regular courserwheb
are applying lor Degrees next Com
Angier, J. C. .
Arringtoh, A. II.
Ay cock, C. B.
Battle, Jr., K. l'.
Heiiderfeon, U. B.
Hill, L. '
Manning, J. M
Peeie, W. J.
Bobbins, G. A
Springs, A. C.
Taylor, I. M.
Manning, J. S.
Winston. F. I).
.Winston. R. W.
The above list does not liieluii
those applying for "College of Phi
The following is a scheme of llJe
Semi-annual '(tinan Examination
term ending Dec. 20
Saturday, Decl 7th
3rd Math. &
J Mo'ndav, Dec. 9th '2nd' Math.
Sci. Giv : .-..,'
Tuesday, ( Dec. 10th Livy, Sdi.
Lat. & Mech. ; !
Wednesday, Dec. 11th lioi ace
j Thursday, Deo. 12th 1st! Gr.
Sci,M:Uh. i; !
Friday, Dec.: 13th Zoology jfe
Physics . . ;
Saturday, Dec. 14th Pol. Ecoh
Monday, Dec 10 1st Math
3rd Latin. . . ; I
Tuesday, Dec: 17th 2nd Gi &
Chemistry. ' j .;'; j
Wednesday, Dec 18th: Latin,5
Com p. & Physics.
Thursday, Dec. 19 tli French.
TOO MEAN TO LIVE.
ltie unristian Advocate thought
years ago it had; found the meanest
man. It' was. a Connecticut deacon
who went to a store where they do
a dicker trade, and exchanged an
egg for, a darning needle. He then
called for the customary treat and
said he would take egg-nog. The
store keeper used the egg he had
just taken, i It proved to have a
double yolk, and in view of that es
tablished fact, the deaoon, as he
smacked his. lips after drinking,de
manded another darning needle'
But the Advocate has heard of a
meaner man yet, a minister in wes
tern Massachusetts, who, when his
father became old and infirm
uthrew him ' on the town." When
the pauper died the son made the
request to conduct tlie funeral ser
vices, for which he subsequently
asked to be paid the usual fee, ancl
actually received it. He .can't be
Aftheville Journal ; We are relia-
1 lv informed .that the tunnel at
Svvannanoa Gap is soluear comple
tion that the' concussion j produced
,"i..'Mnu-li'-?'nt' vvrkrL'Yn'pii (in
IfV lilt'" UIU 11 O vi tuu ."
side causes a uerceijtibie qui-
Uer of the-walhbetwerrihemf-lfh
uiii"" - . .
iHiinel -is almost scvmpluted. Unc .
iiore week's1 work and this Hercu
lean ta?k will be finished, hd ruad
,fd to U ray Ji.aiiie'is compreieu, unu
re havenhca?surance oflMajr"Wtr
on that, by the 1st day ol December
ho "cars will be l uiuiing tp'i, ..that
)oint. Hurrah tor tno rauroau -aim
its present managemem-i j
Wilininrrton Star: Tlie indict m en t
bf George W. S-.vepson by a Wake
I I 11 1 1 I111U .
bvenl of the past week , in JNorth
1 " - . 1 - .1 md
Carolina. .. Time, it is true, has auneu
Ihe uublic resentment against the
ring which feathered the .nesU, of i.
members and employees by .morse -
less'y plunaeiing iiiefpetrpiB ui iuc
State. But there is enuugh o the
old ieeling iof outraged justice ieh
in the laud tb create a fluitcr w t.e-n
the news goes forth that 'one hr v
name has been popularly' associated
with tlu.se crimes, has at last bet n
arraigned for trial. .Nobody has
liiiht to t prejudge ' iMi;. Swe -
son's. cLsj. He is in the hands
of " thn' 'law. Hut there is no
prejudice in the fatemerit that inany
people in North Carolina have .yai
ted, loi these inany years, lor jus.
thcT actvon that the rand jury; pi
Wake Has talenC ; j ,
Blue' Jlide ' Biade :' : On Friday
moriimg a' convict belonging to - U:e
night tbrce atthe Liek ;Lo tunnel,
on the Wi'Jf: C. II: R;;fw:is thaw ing
acharge of uitro-glycertne mi xed with
meal, in a can over the lire. When
412 Fahreuljeit! was reached the daiv
key suddenly sailed iifty.: lee tt hrviiil
the black air, landing at: the "mohjh
of the tuiiitel entirely nude his body
pitted with ininnte ; blistein.
walked coolly.' backed to the lire, find
recovered his si ir: ing paddle, ;u;d aj
squirrel ta"l whith had served ad' ait 1
oinameii! to his. i head gear. Iu
Georgia major's uniform hwwas'
to bod ; but no ap)i ehei.s'.ona ,
entertained that venous injury
result i) om h'is briyf Wfpnautic t
It is onlv two u eeks j-ince ''aiio
convict fell (id leet. from a t'H
mar the mud cut, but- eunt vary tb all
expectations, is" still liying. V
the African is a, hard bird, to , ki!
Raleigh News: A portlv I
lord of one lot the lut.'ljs hci-,,n
or so ago isince arrested a cu;
uipigs which .-freqiien led his
andcvror1--tliein tvy. ; H. thcr
I , '
serted a notice in th ;,.i;.;is
scribing minutely tne aj.velt
ilil Cl i
and markings ol the porke, !
it stated that the owner, bv e;
and describing his prot-.er-tv, c
take them a way; T'he -moniiiil.
notice au'icared, tne '-landlord
an early nour . iy
iO aul ite l;a i
pig:.-- Jto wa ..at
; - lie
a sk ed to d . se ri 1 e 1 1 vui ,
t 1 1 -
d'nl with suelr exactness
no iloulit ot Ins iijimv th riodili'is
. . . . i .
was. ack:-.rdiiii:"ll -a!-1
1 o w ed l o t a k e a w a v I ;
a couple i)
hours ial.oi j came a
desired lo get I
i is! "i ' ""Si,
round keel 'or
for his cai i
ol them.' The
at ter w as
list to see the .'uiairlin itt
i.ght.ibu't t-oon it dawncsi : in.Ki'i
him thaUthe bright. ' d'ark'ev hHu! mi
fairly gotten the pigs. ' Slijll he
could not umleitand how iieicouhl
have so :erfectlyf. ident lied 'jihent,
but was horrified , when h.q .was
shown that his own1 .- description,
thoughtlessly insejted, had given
him awayJ There- was bui one wav
out of the 'difficulty, ana this was
paid,.. the.; owner "812 for
Old tji, iit Atlanta Constftutioii.
: WIIQj HEAVEN 1S: FOR;v :-,
; "Brecdren, my Vperiencu :is dat
it aint deiJiedession at ;ligion,but do
'casional practice of it ;makeja ma:i
ceptablc up yonder; Wen yer gits
to de gohien gate, an' Retei'Mooks
yer right j in do) eye and yer shows
him your long creed air says,! pompous-like,
dat yer 'longed to a big
church, do 'postle ;I1 shake his.' head
an' say, 'Dat aiivt huff ter git yer
through.. But if yer takes all yer
bills under yer arm, yer grocer bills
an' yer . rent bills,; an' he looks em
over an' finds 'em all receipted. he'U
say, 'yer titled clear' an' unlock de
gate an' let yer pitch - voice for' de
angels' song. But it aint no use ter
trabbel. along der narrer pas. 'less
yer can carry folded up in yer creed
a good , recommendation di om yei
creditors. Hebben ain't no" i lace
c. uiu i.'jis ro-aoage rouh' a
corner for fear ob meetin' some, one
who'll ask tor dat little bill- dat
nebber was paid. ';'! 1 v
I he: oelegation in the House bf
Representatives will stand, 151 Dem
ocratsr127 Republicans and 8 Green '
backers. There is nnr. , ,,0.,. ...
No York, which, viil-ptobibS
fi le, by a Republican and the eiccuon
1 Cahlovnm is yet to t!1! e .h.,. -t1-
the Iiadicals steal . VrO.'! S
boabig 6teal.-2(:wE ' '
LIST OF 'MEIBEUSOFgEt
4 LE(USLATlJItE-OF NOKTil v
CAUOLHSTA. v l? '
nilVii niation of Otic readers
. . . .i j -f
members . ot tne inerai.
fNorr.l,. Cki t.lina, session tornegm
... . -
Ithe :fitWHrfesL1f hfljpr the :tirst
JMdnaavm7l! mary,Al87l) :
TCTi so n H " IjUTi 101 1 :.
Austin, drm. , ; - : i; .' T
'-M.ijiianc.v- ar.il ' Guilford :
Scalt-sof Viu'-rV.! ilem.r David F.
Caldwe.! f Gurlfurd, iiid. dem;; ;
lleL'anv, Ashe , and .Yv aiauga f
i-Bia-lcii aud!lift:r;swick: ;Aa Ross,
'Bun co me and
Madison : T. F
. ;. Cimil)el.jaml .
( ilmn Im ; nin KobeSOIl : D. 1
ind Harnett: Neil
S. Slcw:irt, denT.,
1 Chathain : A. II. Merrill, dem. r
' (jabanus and Stanly :. J) M. Red?
wine. ind. dem. z
C:ta Iki and Lincoln:. W. A, Gra
ham, dom? ' . ' ; :i "'"
Cm rit tick . Cam deru , -.'Pasquotank
ilert 1 Vd ; Gat is; Cho Wan and Pef
ouiinans: Riifus White and Geo. IL
Miteheli, repsv ; .
Caldwell, Burked Mitchell; Mo
Do well: and Yancey : J. G. ?Byuura,
and A IH ed 31. hrwu'i, dems.
C; a ven ; Edward Bull, re'. ;
Davidson : J M. Leach, de.ni,
Ed"-; eon ihe : .. Willis Bunn,
rep. ' . . '; . . ;: - '.r7 -
: Gaston a r. d C 1 ea v ela n d : . L. ; J
lloyje. o .'Garton, ind. dem.
.."..(ireeifeland ? Lefroir AV i P.I Or
maud, rep. ' v j ?- . . . '
: - Granville : K. E. Lyoii, dem.
IIen(U;on. Ilaywoed and Tran
Kylvania : T: W. TaylpK deniJ '
Ilalihx:: Jleiiiy ..'Eppes, col , rep
, I v.'.ell. Wildes and Alexander
T. A'. Xi,:ho'ls..n of Led'ellJrJ. P
fat h'es.n l -'Alexander, - dems. "
J.nes, ''"-Onflow aiid Caref e,t : ; Jno
: 'Johns! i '.;!
or;; .lac,;!;!, v i:erkee
lvih;nsoii.r ieni-. ' i'
Mek 1'idiiug : -S. B. Alexander
lem. ' - ' . .. ' i
New ilaiiovi r and PeudeiM R. K
f f v:i n i i ! i
Nort hajn'p:.n and Bertie:' , Mr
iTolletnaiu' ro'p. v ' . ' '
.' ' . I ' . ' ' f . - . H "I
f vivu tic .'i erscn ana .tasweu : vt,
W iida ::;!,' bi'ii., - Giles Mebane
itt : H A. iIov-'.-dciii
- 1 low, ,n -tv.d J ).; ;e : Jolin : S. Hen
ivsron. ttvn. , : . -
Rwek.nrgham : J. P, Dillard,tdetn.
i heri :erd find Polk : .-Mr. Eave,
: l- I :.:.' :.;.:-':V ,- . - ;' J;'.,
-j Jiehinon-d 'ind- M-n'gomCrv : G.
A (J:-aham,.rep. ', . " ';'??
'-Randolph and- Moore
W. ' M.
. .ampM,..:; Mr, Wood, rept .
Moues i oYsythe : Air. Everett,
; .'Wak-.e : ;Gr.o. II: Snow, dem.
Wanen: Isaac Alston, (col.,) fey,
I Yailklnnd Surry: J. jNlyB: pwer
rejt. ! f . . .; y 'r ' ' ' ' 1 - -
Aiiimahee : l)r
. B.Ff Mebane, dem.
Carson, iVi 1 . dem.
Anson :;d A. L(ek!jHrt, dem -
A 1 leprae v : . C. -U Vaughn, dem.
jimjw-osier, rtem; .'. : - - 'fj
Bladi-nt Jnhti NmwH ,..!.. it
Brunswick : A. C. MeaiTsdein.
Ibjiicombe : Ksit Atkinson, M:E.
. ' " . . . v . i , yj.j, i..ir-ii.
Burke : IV A. Berry, dem
Lat.arrns: V. H. Orchard, nnt
Ualdwell : Edmund Jons, dem.M
rCmteret- ,A, II. 'Chad wick, jleinf
Laitawba: U B.Dayis, dem. !
J." Moring ' J J:
1 aynb. J. im bes?ind..dem.
; ' S rrrTfc,
Pettii, hfriMit rei ,ar;:W 1
Ci ? ,1 1 t01 ,x ; f "
dem ' Jr-MraVoo-dhoUse,
Utiplin : GL W ffilr 'ih'i'
; diamine J.'Ji iirrAU.i,T n
Amis, dems. ' , J,oughs;Rufu8
uiiiord; . C J' Wtip0in ; t a
McLean, oTems. heeler, J. :A.
w i v . i, , , i -eater also. He, was, cheerfully in- -
u ds..-n. -.sas - and -r rrdliiv W '', i i . 1 s , i
Tr ;. -. t , , , ,S Vr - ' vjieVto try some. and he wnlkea up ;
. . 1 .(r tlie. com li'ors l!il)h. . Hi? the I
w,t. i ty i- im iio a ooia i grao win ins rign;
y.)ue aud..I)upl,n: iW... han1 aiul S,IZCIT a quantity effbe
: V . V . Klf- iftr 4v . " J'. M ? . I ' i i t
. "VT "I T- T . . - . I'. .
.,.1,1- i mi v"hovi Myiui muuhcuu accompanied nira w
'l l1!1 -llios. S. J.utterlok iail to bid Mm r fL.nll flnd.froia
,r(iH'V WM i, v -, f.e,,atite party who. was presem, -
as wen :- Wi son Hnt-v w,a 1. Lint , j, i .... .
!,. avitisefh ;: A;;IL Eendir.l; . : VT".1.. : :,.,.. John,
- Davie -'f Vt; the chiK'fl
. Gaston : Ilarclyiruffstet fc'k1 i I J Day we have
. . o. j. Vint l mg dem Vt iri -Tf1. uaa ,,u '
Harnett: a H.Coffield 'deni
Haywood : At ,TSTa' ?tm-
T.i T TrT"T'T7T"TT
IlalimxiVJoKn :A. Wl
Reynolds, reps; rv. .-. - . . ..'!.
Heitford : J.f J. iiorion, rep.
HVile:1 Thomas Gibbs, dem, J'
: llreaell ;j.;un.(.McCorle; J; I),
Click! dems. . ' . ..
Jackson : v;apt.t,( iaiiierwood.'
VIV1MI ... I I ..11 t ,'rtk
lorn . ' i.i. . . " '
ton : ' E. A;,.BirzelI,. E. J. '
Holt, (leiri. " ' ; ; ;
Lincoln :; 15;, C, opu,;aem.
ilienoif Wf.W li?n'nr'rep. , ;
Maon : John Roid djM.n.Jl
JIatTison ; Mr. DaSs, rep.
iSirtpbeli f aunel JJlahcldem.
Mohtcornerv : '-. T IE Euinr?'-
repiiblicaii.! . - , . . , ,
1 Martin : N. 13. Fag;i:, dem. ,
McDowell : J. TV iJ-ul, .lem. ;
Mecklenburg : JoIm. L. Brown,
W. E' Audrey, dems5. i
Moore :' Nelil Leach, ind; dem.
Nash : G. N.' Lewis, dcui. ;i
f New Hanover : IRE. Scott, W.
II. Waddell, cpk, reps. c
I Noinhaniplbn:: M. AVr Grant, lm,
Orange : JM. A; Angier, dem., J0
slab Turner, ind.eni. 1 '."
Pender : T. J. Armstrong, dem,
I Pitt: D C Moore, Germain Ber.
nard. demsl . ;.,'..- ;. r
I Person': (Montford McGhee, dem.
Pasquotank : Hugh Ualerep, ;
Perquimans : Mr. Blasdell, repr ':
Polk: Mr. Dale, rep.' -'
Rand9lpb :. .N. C. English, dear,
Mr: gingham, rid.Y ' , ;s
Rutherford : Mrf Young, dera.
Rocki ngham : T. Lr. 'Ra wley , ' Wm
Liudsay, de;nr ; ' : . ( t I 1
Richtnoticl : U. M! lTen'd'e rson, "rep.
Robeson : 11'. .'Nonnent, ind.'
rep.,' A C.j Oliver;; dem.
Rowan H.,Cr J3ost, dem. J David
Barringer,:tnd. deni. . . I 1
' Sampson :; L. 'R i Carroll. Ji C.
f lines, dems. ; ' h "
Swain : T, D. Bryson dem. ! - :
Stokes : I Mr. Venable, rep; I
Surry?: iMr.' AYorib;. ind. dem.' ..j
.Transylvania: G. W.;Wilson,dera
Tyrrell ; W.f G. Nelson, dera. ,
Union u D.- A. Covington, dem.
' Wake : WE.' Richardson, dem.,
R. W. Wynne, J. JFerrell, Stcwan
Ellison, colr reps. ' .'-," i . n
. Warren : L. ;T. Christmas, .' Ilaw
kins Carter, col., reps. j
Wayno rG;, (i'Bitcban, demi, W.
A. Deans, rep. '. '
Wilsoa : Dr. J. M. Taylor, dem.
; Wilkes:. Dr. Tyre York, Dr. L
if arrill, dems. ' , ; '
' Watauga: W. B. Council, dem.
Yancey : D. G; Carter, dent.
; f Raleigh News.j-.
T HE R II A M K ATT E FIHE
. - -r. -;-'v-"iiYrERrn:7;,
Whrn the circus was here! a na
tive of thp charining suburban re
sort eamoi.o see, the animals-. By
'soine mean he""found himself under
thej eanva" of ihe side-show. The
'prjncipsl attraction that drew h;i
attention was the man who ate
'llabdtjg cotton .with a relish.' ! It ap
peared so simple tlvat the Ithaci
katler .thought he could do the game
thing, and he expressed- great cod-
titleijcc in his ability to- be ii fire-
nation ff the mag'ieian manner, Le
crammed into Jiis capacious ijioiilh.
Before one could wink, that, threat
orifice opened, and gave vent to a
series ol yejls which a Sioux Indian
might be proud of. while the ama
teur performer executed the ti ar . j
dance with.all (the variations. The I
expressions' he used at the same time
shocked even 'ihe ,,httaches v of the
circus., j . ' , j
r . .-.: '
A CUMFORTING FAREWLW
JohnlEdwards was; convicted of
murder, at the sbriher term 1878 of
Jonnsfnn ! SnnonAi1 Mirf h
Superior court Taod bir
; counftl! tnl- m nl t'K the So-
preme Court. .The court refused U.
grant aJ new. trial, a
term of the Superit
, and at the, recent
rior court of Johns- .
Ibe hanfrnd. TTia wf hn waacrei-
R"t when the sentence was PV '
to teiljVobbd-bye. ' Do you
me tome&a bungr
J ohnYou may do as youpl.
V me or let it alone." 4 .
w Wife---Well, r reckon it it
prctt day- will, come any
Doirfunt1 me tojiriug .tie.
1 ,',nd a fannr
UUWU UU BlfiiyM""' , .,,1
whose, wagon" with a load ti buJJ,.
was Jast ma mudhoie, sonw- n
bim t pnll gee and others
haw, the, ever, "present sm .:a
yelled :' "It's no use. inisterr i . .
horild'iut' stout enough. .rj
' ' . V '-VA.. . ' ; i7 I " - 1
-r -7fv j a " me.- lonowing, wwr-
1 1 in m c A j-
outatid hitcbinarollo'vcr ;
Oil City Derrick . (:
r s ,
'Uflerson : Mr. Bird