! -I si 5
i. 1 .
;t; It .
Carolina I WatdimniL,
Th newspapers are very busy can vtssjn;;
tm cUiaiM of flistiniruisbed men fur t lie
; JVtsidencv. Tlw friend of Mr. Tilden are
JM jt ntireljr homeless of hhn, ni - now
Mid then, some ne pop up and declares he
is th most available man of alL Bajard is
Jut bow, byodda j the most popular man
"jriththe Democratic prwa, ' ho say he can
tarry thtpirot fetate,.Xejv York, with eape.
Ooy. Seyraoaf y IwYork. comes next jn
j nlar,isd would perhaps stand firsts but it
U thout'&t he would not Accept a nomina-
lion, ixA so be is generally; mentioned only
M possible chance From present appear-
ftpce if Bayard should not get it New York
j will toosfelikdj supply the candidate jfor
; lrtsident and Isdiaria the man: lbr t yic-e
Prtsident. rJ : .
I The chief concern of the southern poTtte
Of the Union is o eject ayman who ?n ill be
fiBesV W sindj' it2)prtla Jid,adaifnbtcT
tS goyerhmebt accofding to the Constatuh
: tlott and tbe;Laws,a high toned, honoriblf
BUa; is representative: TAcjericantc6mmandj
; log the respect ;of the world as well by bis
1 character as his lcamlug and ability. No
tnere partizan sliould be deemed worthy to
UPresidcnt ! .: . U. -: s r-)-' !
Wis AVoki5.--Gov. Wade Hampton
is a speech, two wetks ago,iu South Car-;
slina, talki'ug of the; politiuil situation ot'
the country, advised his fellow citizens to
: Keep quiet, obey the Jaws, &c, very much
in the spirit of t the, scripture injunction,
; 'watch and pray." i j Arid, by way of im
pressing the lesson he said, one fool could
do more mischief than a dozen wise men
toald remedy. FortwitU, . or in less tiian
I ireek, Mr. Toombs!, of Georgia ebmes
kefore the public in j. letter addressed to
t the editor uTtlie Chicago Xcir, aiid praic-
tically verifies tlie Governor's wioidy
ptaying the britggnrt and fool in a wayita
datnage the South by giving her advjjr&i-;
tie words to flaunt u capital letters itnd
vsein electioneering. rToouibs says! he
Wants to try thq wuV.jpver again, wliich
' Will no doubt convince hundreds 4hat the
Eotxtlf is meditating a "second rebel lioiJ,5,
ILod the boody shirt wavers will shout for
"i Joy. Even the New York llemhl scouts
the idea that .Toombs is good authority
: for imputing such sentiments to the South;
: but neither if nbr the entireSouthernsj
press couii;iacd can avert the mischief of
the foolish speech of Mr. Toombs. It
t will j live to do gqod, radieaj service
throughout, the- 1'residential election 4o
come oft next year.
Hale's Weclhj devotes five or six ' col;
" flmns to an anoouy inious -Circular on the
- r Western X. C. liaiiroad.- The' cirtnlav!i
..i- Without date or siguatnrei . The desigu of
$t is evidetUly poJiticairT The writer is
jaiming io preaK up uie ninty or the Denir
ocratic s patty,', by"' Making folsb -state-
4 taents iu resiect to die cost and prospects
: it j tlie ibd ifene4io.'CThe DemoeTat
ic party has pledged itself in the nwwt
earnesf manner to push this road to com
pletion, amf this secret circular is devoted
to arresting the- work stopping it at
JLaheville which the' writer well kuows
. would be a breach of faith, aud produce iij-
harmonious party aettonamon theDejn;
. .'ierata and so gi vetheState to the Kadieaia.
t The Weekly bar very efl't ct ual ly expo"Std
;f(both the misrepresent jitious and. the de
igns of this ttuhojiyuisus article, which,
. id though sustaining ,wh some plausibli
. f the appearance of coming from a Dem
fcratic source, we have no doubt is the
hi product of an artful Republican. . '
, i Tlie Charlotte Observer,'? this mornicpv
Imports the heaviest snow storm at -Ai?
- J5nto yesterday, they have had for yeaU
,; r-snow fell three hours steadily. Snow
WiusboroVaud ! other places "in South
Caroliiia, and at Monroe, and iu the coun
try below.. Also at Charloti aud Concord.
B.JI. Davis & Co., Galveston. 1 exa.
,loae by fire $10,000. An agreement hi.
"btcu reached between ?Gertnauy and the
. uiuvo UF i enuessee horses iu
-'Charlotte. The trade siuark law's of tho
i United States have been decided to be iu-
xVMa aAd utif onstitntbnalrf-HGen. Jan: Til
M.xJJ ofICouuticiU,fae.puWiin;! (
-w.,oatuniay, and is m jail with convict
i ing evidcuce against him. Cotton, yes
.. terday in. Charlotte, llill, with 'some
mIm. U$l higher. New York quotations,
t : 12- New Qrlciui, 12, ' :
"J N Ko MtTtORic SiiowEuPrbfTice
Vhe predietirtu of ii meteoric shower1 so
many jieople sat up .aW watched last
Thursday aight, aay-h cannot explain
: , the ikiluievThe disaniiuted pablic. wijl
f no doubt ierccivo that they ,werq dupedj-
it is said uowwby a mau, who makes all
.j his astronwmieal observations thr
i: tit; 'of amoUedglass. ;i.v,-i i ;i .
But another predurtion, more recently
inada by P.of; Pioctor, &xes onlthe night,
f the 27th inst., and lj) o'clock as tlie
floury It will require no, sacrifice of i ts t
to verify this predictionj and if the show
er coyies we suppose nearly all the peo
fdeiu the Uuited Statw;will see if.
SprriiERK Plaxtek Jxd Faximer.
The Xoyember number of fhl Journal
contains the fourth series of articles on.
h Green Fallow Cropjv jAnimal Manures
and Commerci.il FertilizersjA $23 Pre-
linlnni Essay cu the' Best Metliod of Faf-
-,i.M.,;.Jstcr tt,i'1. UJ:!,,J rttef. valuable arti
' clea bj leaJingSoutherii farmers. Whiio
It makes h spi-ialtyof rigriculttrro in'ajl 1
it branches, givingtlu results of sacces-
ui ;pcijueuis l-ainer tuan the linpractj
:4ral augesthms of tho dreaming theorist,
there U much in it tliat can not fail to ifc
': tert;st the tliouglijjr reader. u: niatter
irhat wcu nation he foitowa,; Pu'dlished
M iimmiziul, Yii. at $2 u year,
The drousht this fall has leen moreisen-
poin its consequencjes than any remember
ed byhe oldest! inliabitanJt It has ialao
been-of wider extent In firtrtionsof Txas,
Mijsouri, &ut! Carolina fTennessec, jVir
ginlrandlinT nwjr tate; wells and ffns
have iu many places gone dry and people
had to haul watir fojn; distant stiwms. The
weatKer.meantime, jiaslx?cn 'perfectly ch.jrm
ing. - Sometime ftr many daVs togeUier,
the temperaturc has ranged high, nearly to
summer heat. It was so last week and art
oftlHs7buTslnce the'rains of Saturday land
Monday night; thcl temperature has goe
down and we are jnov threatened' wi h a
snow Rtoroi. . , i , .-'... 1 .
, 'It is ,a31owab!e. for. newspapers : toj drop
hints and make suggestions for, the bcncSt
of the'eommunity, and in this connection
wf hareio say provide well for theeonifft
of von stock, in shelters and provender and
fircood;j read yutf and stored in the dry;
bcTOnr familiesti fori we may eertaihiy ex
pect Old Winter to febme upon ns soon with
r ' , .if.Li . , 1 i
howims. winas,, snows bdu eieeis. .7j
The "second adventists of New York t' lH
have to. review ttieir calculations and reach
conclnsnms'bn "sorae-pcriod in the future.
They had a genera.1, hand-shaking and part
ing last week, expecting the world to come
to ah end ion the 13th or 14th, but have fcad
time since to discover that they do not yet
know the time.
The Cahlnet and tho Campaigns
The Hennblichri State committee of
New Yin k addressed invitations, in fhe
4 . I " . . i 1 - I
eariy part oi xno camxaign wuicu uas
just endwV A'fe Very member of. tliecali-
utt? to take part in the canvass. As is
kiiow n4 b h ecrejiiries JE varta ald Sher j
mnn responded. HThe , other membeis;
with the exception of Secretary x Sehurz,
acknowledged thq invitations and ex
pressed regret that; they were not able ito
accept." Secretary! Sehurz took no noti
of tl:e letter wniciij no received. A8 i.r.
Sehurz indicates that he proposes to stick
tof- the civil service Ttforin ' policy-,' tljis
might be l()ked upou as the cause tf his
ignoring the matter if, it was not for, th
fact that he has made campaign speeches
in Ohio aud elsewhere. The real caue
may therefore be looked for iu the. bitter
personal nuimosit' whiclsubsists, b
tween iiiiu and Senator Conklirig, at
which ' dates backT to, the
time ''of, tie
French arms irivestigaiiorr. 1 Rephblieais
here say lhey have 'no doubt Mr. ISehii
would refuse to support cither Mr. Conk
ling or Gen. Graut;and that if eitlier one
of them is nominated by the Kepublicani
convention and Mri; Bayard Teccives the
JPemocratic doibinatiou, he will support
jbW Kcllev and Jflr. Barafd.'
The) fctjiteraent frpniew York tp iuteil
1; this moruingv .which makes a stntenieritt
of John Kelly's mortihcatioa and purpost
revenge because of iSenator TIayard's al-
legeu ueciinaiioii lonccepc an ovation ait
the hands of the TihJmauj' democracy!,
must be baaed on erroneous infcrniatiotiL
At WifmVngfon; on Tuesday niglit, SenaJ-
t6'r" Bayard staled to friends that the
Kteamer on rhioh hel was a passenger ar
riyed iu; Jiew lork Several hours ahead o
time; that.Jn .conscqbenw, there was mi
one at the dick except" those usually em4
ployed there- tliat he took a carriage for
the railway, station immediatelyand left
for home without seeing any one. There
fore there could liayelbeeu no -opportunity
for the tender of fan ovation or for a
declination" Concerning the second part
of the' ktatenveut, Ui tho eilect that Mr.
Kelly ha invited, a conference of leadingJ
democrats. to meet Ui 2vew York, inclu4
ding various prominent SenatorSj it is de
cidedly doubtful whtjtlicr l)eniocratic Sen--
ators would think ;it; expedient5 at'thisj
time to participate in any such conference
as is suggested. Raleigh Neirt. ' j
Senator Edmunds Ixtskviewed.
Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, who has
just retorued from Europe, has bteu ia
;terviejei ' Jle think that the result
very strong myn. He has always' been
a ver strong' mahV . jlle is man of very
great modesfy, but lib is a mau of grip ;
of very strohggrin. IIo would be a strons
candidate, out I con si tier that any good iieH
"u1u"ran. VVul;ther tixant, Secretary Sber
man;;iy a'shburne Blaine or Conkllng :
( rT.J MU "r. ., ppAivnaua uui men.
Success Is assrired j that la" lnyview' of
iwi viwuuiis, ouiyoicoarsa there nmat i
not t-elax their fiflrorts.''
.- ri -s
MeU. Liudsey,'who has j nst resigned the
presideucy of- fie Southern Republican
Association!, which has j its headquarters
in Wash ingtonrtyrjN the same person
who was suggested by John Pool. ? at on
of IIolden'a;fcabiuet coauciU" as a proper
persoo to. Ue engaged ;tolose'? Graham,
Piagg, i Vance, and several other f promi.
V HtM til itlr ifH,; -1. .
. ... ro puie ujiuas oi our
people, A py:f,reiuembrance, 'everv
andf f in aiid thk prominence whch
V 'Wa&s htu just given himself pre
bvuib in occasion to say again that it
was John rool'a' snggestion-that these
geutlemeii to lost, ancl that McD.Xihd
sey is thi maniwioe name he anggested
in cpijuCcMou U-rtU the losing. Charlotte
i . . i i - - -.
t)f the fall elections, particularly; in ! Jew
wnj. infti'tb6eIvcUon of any good
liepuCljpa candidate for the ' presidency
next fifr'eH j a'skeU about 'fien.
6ran);-Wtresppned IGeiii'Granis a
every man that 0xpectstdge"ta'liv
l?S must hot; 'be lazyaiid so of great Apo
litical parties those who would win must
1,eut VWV0!1" fC.ttw State at a time
wjjetf Uiey. weiVmaking tbemsel ves dia-
CTeeainejotUie rt6wtriTiAfc i.nr..i
;i-t . .';J :. mi. . i - -v-- - V I i 1 Ts j ': . ' - i . . . . .. . . , '. -" 5 - . -. -. - .... ,
Gen. Grant's Speech at Chicago o the
m ' ' . l . - j - '.1
' i. ': . ' . f " " ; I .
Therenpoiti-' Gen. Graut 3.delilnitely
drew from his pocket a "manuscript and
as deliberately read i the following, thfc
longest speech of las life : , , j
After an absence of several yearsl front
the gatherings of the Socitf iy the'vLmiy
of the Tennessee, it affords inc heartfelt
pleasure to be again jyyith you, iny eailiest
comrades in aruisViq a great vcouflictoi
onr nalioality aud the Union of all thuj
States huder.jpnesree alid always to be
maintained government. In my long ab4
st'iico froui the country I have had a most
favoibU? fipportuHityfor seeing und conn
paring iu my ownlmiud our institution!
with those of nil European countries aud
most of tlMise of A sia , jcom pari ng onr re-!
sources, developed and dormant, the ca-
pacify' and energy of our iej)le for up-f
holding the government and, developiugi
its resources vith most of th civilized
people of the world. - Every where, froini
England to Japan, froiu Rnssia to Spain?
aud.ortugal we are understood, our re
sources highly appreciated, and, the skill,!
eiiefgV and intelligence" of our citizens ve-
COgnizeu..; jky recepuous .luve.oecii your:
receptions.; .They have been everywhere!
kihd,'atid acknbwledgekl thatrthe United:
States is-aquation, a strong, independent
and free j.atinn j composed of strong,
brave and "intelligent jeople, capable f
jmlgiug their rights'aud' lrady to main
tain theui at ail hazards. This is a non
partisan aasociatiou, bqt composed of men
viho are united in a determination that
no foe, domestic or. foreign, shall interfere
between us and . the luaiutai nance of our
grand, free aud enlightened institutions
and the unity of all the States. The area
of our country, its fertility, ami, the ener
gy and resources of our population com
pared to the area, postpones the day for
generations to come when our descend
ants will have to consider the question of
how the soil is to support them, how the
most can be. produced to 6B4jHrt human
life, vith reference to. tlie tastes or desires
of the people and wlieu but fci' ! can ex
ercise the privilege of jtbe plain luxury of
selecting the articles of food thej; will eat
or the qnautity and quality of clothing
they will wear, but the;jcouutry: will re
main the abundant home of all 'who pos-sesrc-Tfergy
'-and'strength, and niake good
use of them if We remain true to ourselves.
am juoiui oi a ; pi oiui iiiai- i am no .-wuer-
- - ! . - i it. . i t i
ican citizen. Every citizen, North, South,
East and W esf, ciyoy3 a common heritage
and should feel', an', equal pride. I am I
glad these SQciety-meetiugs keep up ho
long after events which iu a'seuse they
comutemorate have passed"away. They
do not serve, to keep up i Sectional feeling
or bitterness towards our late tfoe, but
tliey keep up the feeling that we are a
nation, aud tliat it must be preser ved one
aud indivi-silde. Wo feel and luaiuUiin
that those who fouglif, and foughjt brave
ly, on thi opposite aidot from is have an
equal claim Ayith ourselves in all the
blessing ofotif great 'and counr.ou coun
try. We claim tor them the right to trav
el all over 4 his broad land anld select
where the)' 'please the 'light, to settle, be
come citizeus and enjoy their political aud
rel igious con y i c t ion s . free f roni molesta
tion or ostracism, eitlier on account of
tliose.opinious or their conectip with
the past.. We ask nothing more for our
selves, and would rcioico to see tlieni bo-
come powerful rivals in the development j
oi our great resources, in inu arqin.-Ninon
of all that should be desirable iuthis life,
in .patriotism aml"iu love of country.
Applause. m , t ; ?
. Chicago s ems to have laid itself out
yesterday on welcoming Gen. Grant, aud )
when Chicago does lay itself out On ;iuy- I
thing, the result is apt to be rather stun-
uing. All classes and all i partW uuited
heartily ia paying tribute to the first cit
izen. oTthe Republic, and -no Republican
official who lias been deputed to welcome
the great traveller at previous stopping
places has quite come up toj Carter
Harrison, the'Democratic4Mnyor of Chi
cago, in profuseuess of adulation. To be
sure he did give the ex-President a pret
ty plain hint that he had better never try
to get rid of that ex, aud that the present
w.i3 aii excellent opportunity for serviug
notice that he' had no snciV ideaj but the
General professed not to see the point and
his reply was of tho conventional Grant
type. PhiL.rMic Iud.
-,In his speech at Chicago yesrday,
Grant entered himself as a representative
of the party ".Centralization, which in
sists that this is a Nation with a biu N.
He attributed his cordial reception abroad
by kings, rajahs, mikados and dead-beats
as a tribute to our great Nation our
great and powerful Nation. 4i0urL coun
try,'' said he, .witli his usual disregard of
rhetoric, "stands to-day differently abroad
iiiiivu infiu nuui it uiu u ceuiury ago.
We should rather think so. A century!
ago this country was to some extent a
howling wilderness. It is greatly1 to the
credit of the Powers across the water that
they thiak better of us now than they did
a century ago.. 'About .that' time some of
them thought that 'they could whipua,
but that notion doesn't prevail liovv to
any great - extent-: Baltimore Gazette,
'More grist flr the' -outrage mill. A
drunken ruffian iuBaUiuiore killed a ne
gro ahd deserves hanging j for it,. The
Gazette says': 'if ;4 .lr .
u "It was entirely -..tib provoked, . and was
perpetrated, from a slieer delight in blood
shed. George Trust had, it appears from
tho verdict x the coroner's juvy been
drinking for several days and all he la
tent ferocity of his temper was aroused.
He put a pistol in his pocket and went
out to look for somebody to kill. lie met
Anthony Robinson on Light-. street, a
young: colored man, walking with his
father and mother.- He asked him, 'are
you a Democrat, or '.Republican ' and lie- I
fore Robinson could reply shot him thro'
tlie head. This h all. -ild was immedi
ately arrested and lodged iir ja$, where
he now lies. ,f It is to be hmnl that jus
tice'nntvmpered by mercy will. bo meted
out to him." " ' r J 1 -'- -1 ; 1
. New York ExtremeLt Uxcertax. -Phi
ladel ph ia 2 Public Ledger Ind. j jpay a i
"Whatever may come from the judicial
coujit of votes in -New. York, i.t is yery
certain now that the majority on; either
aide is so small, except on jgovernor or
engineer, as to make iudications ofk prob-
able results at the presidential election of
1330 extremely npmtain
.VCaitae of Senator ChantllerV Death.
4 Tlje Baltimore (JJtt&iDrin relates
tlas ttoi-y tofaiTonnf fr a jtrkin of causes
tliat ultijualed iu the death vf Seuator
Chandler i 'i-::--''- ji-w .nAiiv
I'There'U every mison to iK-lieve that
ColJ John Hay, author of Little Breech
es and other worthless pNma, was the
immediate ciiuse of Zach Chandler's death.
Mr.j Xlhaiidler, "during the campaign In
Ohiomadtt a great speech to 25,000 peo
ple at ynireu in the afternoon, and then
hu rried jip to Cleveliiud to hiakc a iiight
speclK ! His train was late, vile ras
from the depot to a hotel, where he bolt
ed a hearty lunch. From there he was
jtafc eu.to the outdoor meetingi When he
reacjieu ino stanu ; no was! person intr
g olf bis overcoat nud re-
iimving .his hat, he stood iu the . chill
O ; 61
night nij j while Mr. Ilayj wio is a con--
sumnmte suob, advertised himself for
tweiity minutes introducing a man so well
All i ' i
kuowii to tho crovvd that vti
wotdtu'it'.i'bai-k at t him. iMrj Chandler
started in to"Kpak, but giiew hoarse; and
brtiko j down before the end (was reach
ed. j Uej never saw a weil tlayj after that.
Hi cliill 'and the bolted lunch brought
on .j tho; -.attack-! of' indigestion from
whch ho never recoveied, and Jhn Hay
stands lefoie the public as the man who
held Zachaiiah Chandler's nozzle against
a northwest wind for twenty minutes,
theiiebyjkilling him, in order tliat hUYnvn
tyiliniglit be gratified.M Moral
the introductory short,?'
j Wu.vt Mr. IIio,rR is Now CrTo. Mr.
Hiuion. Rowan Helper is a North C;vrt)
liniau who made iiimself somewhat notor
ious byjjiis anti-slavery book beftre the
jwar, and by hia No Joque" book after
jthej'Tar He is now on a new and more
com neiidable role. He is trying to build
ja double-track steel railway from a point
liigh up in North America to a point far
south ui bouth America, 'lie I wants an
U : jj.
terrupted, coutinous route; by steam
one end, or. uearly so,; of bur conti
to the end of the other continent.' An
uige says he .-has deposited five thous
dollars, to le distributed in five pri-
c8,;ibr'the best treatises in prosa and
joefyh 'the subject named, lie. has ask
ed tliree) prominent citizens of Sr. Louis
o act as judges on the essays,! and they
ave consented to do so. Mr. Helper has
talent aud push, aud ho may yet accom
plish something iu the new field he prt-
poses to operate in. The idea is grand, to
ic least. V ilmiiijxtou S7rtr.
Providence (R. I.) Pi-css, R. p..
''The absence' of Senator ! Bayard
trope up to within a few days seems
bve ; Somewhat conclusive! y
t engineering the lato Democmtic
men t in his favor. IIo proba-
blv do little or 'nothing to promote his
oWn?hahi?es for the prcsideiicy, but if the
nbniihaiion is offered him by will no doubt
afeejt it and prove., ro be a very popular
catn!iuate, Mr. Bayard will by it he strong
est l)iemocratic candidate in New York
and JjTcw England, a:id liberal Repnbli-
causiivilf probably prefer
whrt'br Gen. Grant."
him to a stal-
J ;! j , L'
IAiIedOid Psacds ix tub New York
CSTfisi ilprsE. New York, Nov. 17.
The Sun . isays a rumor has been current
for several days that extensive frauds
against the Government have been dis
icJverW at the cuntora house,; aiid customs
office ra of high degree arc implicated. Col
lector's Merritt and appraiser Diitcher went
to! Washington to make a preliminary ex
amination.; They returned Saturdav but
are rtlticent as to the result.
i ir i i ...... ; ,
Jit is said that Senator Blaine has de
tefmiued to take an active! part iu the
treuv Grant tells an interviewer that
thf; mention of his name for ; the Presi
dency jis without his authority. And right
there ilie stops. I
1 II- 1 i : - !
Thev say what Judge Buxton don't
know about being the Republican .candi
date for Governor next year isn't worth
considering. Tarboro Southerner.
The! Democrat icparty is getting heaps
of jhdviec I from the1 "Republican organs.
They evidently don't lielievn "the party is
as dead as they assert. Louisville Courier
I !j; J" I ; I
'I'hejCiucinnati Gazette thinks the cou
te;Jt fni the- Republican nomination for
President will bo between Siierman,
Blaine and Wnshbnrne, and that it will
be in the order named.
It U, givpp out .that several ofneious
Democratic j members of Congress are
prepart'd, as soon as their body assembles
to -u)i in bills mlucing the, salary of the
Prbsdjent Of the Uuited States' from $50,
000 to 823,000 per aunuuw This is folly,
Bait. Gavette. M
it would be too bad, wouldn't it, Sena
tor Carpenter, if the Democrats -should
Ad tow; in the line of a well established
Republican precedent and count in a
President who was elected, in 1831, pie
cis4'y ids the Republicans did in 1877 1
mishi Tost, Dem.
According to Grant this country of ours
wa4 supposed a few years ago to bo sim-
piyfa itponteueration or states neiu to-
cetlieri bv a rone of sand. It is tho onin-
ion of this sage and statesmm that it is
now a j beantiful and powerful Nation
neatlv piaiied together with I bayonets..
Bait. Gtzdte, Lem.
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The;t,aicaster,(Pa.) Intelligencer, DernT,
aayit i'jMr.i Bayard is very stmrtg in the
conuuerciai circles of New York, both by
reason! of his ; soundness oa the finance.
question and Wcanse of bis splendid ser
vices to the business community in his
'assaults upon Uhe custom-house abnues.
J WitV Itticli a ticket as'' Bayard and lie-
New Ypk and Indiana could! ia
alj probabijjty.be safe! earned,
: The New York Tribunes Th fitte f
Virginia's credit hangir on j tire 1 idgidiry
of Gov. Hllidays back(one. jlf he hhck
Jiis veto Hiwer fearlessly the trpudiators
may bo defeated yet.'? ' J f ; ' '
Aud now the stalwarts n New Yoiit
are crying "top thief." They are accu
sing the! 'Democrats of "doctoring the re
turns. This old game will not do, 'for
as in 1876 the IJjidicals win.i-Wiluiiugton
Landixg of the New Cable. North
Eastham, Mass., Nov. I7.i-Wbrk com
tuenrced on the shore end of therableyester
day audi at G p. m. it was on j the beacli
and laid flirough the trenclj dijig vto re-r
ceive it, and signals exchanged nith thej
Famdy from a temporary biiildi.. u the
beach. jTlm shore cud being lauded, the
officials cnnecteil with cable! the company
and the American Union Telegraph and
other'weut on board -the Istcauier antt
proceeded to the sp"t whei'e. the cable
was buoyed ten miles off shore. To-day
.the 0;ral-pliee will be made and the cable
be worked throughout. The- entire cir
cuit from CajHs Cod to Brest; will be com
plete and America aud Euriope connected
by another tie. : l
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A PlaN'kt I):scovi;KED.-ThoSmitluso
nian Institution has received! from Prnfes
sor Peters, of Clinton, the announcement
of the discovery , by himself on the 2th
of November, JiD, of a planet of the
eleventh itMg:w;uuer in ones i Hour nine
minutes ten seconds right ascension,
twelve degrees twenty minute north de
cliuation, with a daily motion of three
Dr. C. M, Taiden , of Vaiden, Miss., is
supportingand paying tuition 'for seventy
five student" in the State University at
Oxford. He i a wealthy .mail, and every
year gives thousands of dollars towards
the education of the youth of his. State.
Kentucky U booming. It has a pump
kin that weighs 137 pounds. It grew and
was made, but not out of wood liky the
one Hayes saw in the Northwest.
Ch-jw Jacksoji's Dest Sweet Navy Tobacco
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"Is Siur .ardfl TiisaBif'
FIHST PMMm AWAHQ;D
Notk the following improvements: An
Elegant guildcd stand. Improved' Bobbin
Winder.-w inds tltrend without running
themachiue. Improved patent Journal, w hich
makes it j
Tile LIGHTEST R U f j H 1 N 3 tA AC H 1 ? J E
BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Sold cheap for cash, or small monthly
instalments, at tlsc ofn-.-e of tiie Singer
Manufacturing Company,, next door to
Barker's Drug Store. I
4:ly. J. 0. RE-Ut. Act.
Baii! Bsffifes!!. Babies!!!
! Jl'ST KECEIVISD AXOTilFK CAR LOAt
OP EMERSON, riSHER & CO'S
Celebratei Bungles, With and Without Tops.
Bodies Coal-lx:c and l lano, made of perfectly sea
soneJ wool. ulu,, arid Si-re.vet tirraiv.
WnEEi denulae jiarven patent, "bolied la oil
TYRE-Ma lot VKMt KeSaed Iron, secured by Nor
way Iroa Bolts.
Ax;cls Solid l ollnr, i inch. r patent, Aartor Brand.
s?itiNus Kliptl'.r, warranted oil-teuipereOt.
Gkai ing Made of best Seasoned Mckory.
Irom Work i pst (juaUty of mined grades of Iron.
Ssat3 atreiuUtnad bv patent seat-corner Irons.
Paintiso Paint o i i.-liek wltli jold striping and oili
Tors Leather iuot Imitation) Quarters and Back
stay, rubber roof, Qoei back and side curtains,
Cushions and Ba ;k3 of cloth or leather aa Preferred.
Dashss run Leather, with patent Sflver l)ash-rall.
Shafts Leather trlmmc-a, Strengthened tit the cross
bar by T plates. .
These Bu.? are guaranteed, wltli foil and rea
sonable u-iage, lor oae year from date ot purchase.
Bat I will not agrea to pay any repair bills, l do
asrree if any Axel, spring, or Wheel gives war, caus
ed by imperfection In material or workmanship, and
the. sune is retuv.ned to me by the purchaser, I will
ret urn him a now one, 13 paying the chirsres one
The Too Bu74saTO Rll mide with Shirtta Ralls,
so thnt they can b nstSTa Top or Open Butcles.
These CUGC ! ES aro made of the Best Ma
teri il. rood orkiianhh! p. lland-snmc Stvlt, Slrone
anlDurahle in every rcKpect. They Win be sold
cneap ior casu
C ill arfd examine: them and hear Prices bo.
ore purchasing elsewhere.
' W. SMITHDSAL.
Salisbfrt, N. C, Nor. 11, is;s. 4:3m
AROUND Ui3 CORNER
TO THE PUDLIC, OREETiriQ i
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CaMnet Mers and Carpeaters.
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Their prices are as low aa it is popibleto
make them, autl their work not inferior io any.
They fill ordain in two departments, j
Their reidy made .tcv-k in hand comprises
aseavr.nl aLirtuiem o;' Jioir.e furniture-Bed-steady
Bnremm, Ci.al.vs IVo-ses, Loungex,
Keki. W'a rdrolnn, Book-Cijes, Uu p Mi.ird and
Cliin.i lyexKt'H.-CandleStsi th.Tin Si.fe, tesks,
Tblvs, WashMand, Chair-, Ac. They alo
keep an assortment of i "t
of walnut, pine and poplar, from $1 upwards.
Also, Window-SUh. They fiil or lersj wifhout
vexatious delay. Will contract' for carpenter'
work tnd warrant sat fiction. Will take good
himher and conn try rroducc in esrhanie for
farniturc hojjj nearly opposite Watchman
OBee. ! JULIAN LEY.
.in " ji o.- 0!,i!Hr, if
it liu uus uuic u3cu iiro.t U
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Very VALUABLE REE ESTATE
IS TnZ CITY OF
I5y virtue of a Mortgage or Deed in Tnist.
executed by 'Hum. K. iSruvru :tnd witV, K. W.
Brown, to. Sv)ji!ii.i Hhtri-r. d;ttd the I0:h
day. of January, i-lSTiS, anl reisiervd in the
office of the Roister oi Deed ul' Iiov-Hi) eo.m
ly, in. Book No. ot, p-l2e 40'.), 410 and 411,
tt., and upon winch default -ha leen mde, 1
will eSpse for sale ;it public aiittlion. al the
eotirt-lioiise door in the Town of Salisbury,. N.
Car. on iloit'lay the
15th Day of Dacambor, 1870,
at 12 o'clock M., the fliiwin real etatp, to
wit : -The Lot or I'Lce of Land, known as
BROWN'S LIVEEV STASIS,
embracit!" the .greater patt of he lot pnr-i-ha?id
from Edwin Shaver and Mary H. .Si'ia
ver, and joining Uie lands ol'Joioi IT Sharer'''
WirvUr. W. F. Bason, and I ! e paraonti-jze of
the Episcopal Church, in tlie Town of Salis
TKUMS CASH Dated at Salisbury thi
15lh day of August, 1S79.
Ciias. l'uici:, SorniA BlCSHKUKU,
And you will not only save money, bnt gef
the Best Goods ro i Lc Von will flml in hi
I 'Well Sleetel Stock of Hardware, Mowere,
lhresherp, and cewing machiiup, -
Grain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scyl Ikh,
Plows, i! or, Mattocks and I'icks, Shovels,
Spades tinil Forks, Glass, Taints, Oils, T'uity,
and Varnish, Locks, llinges tun I , Screws,
Visstcu's CruSn-Ciit, Hand ami AiiJl Saws.
Blacksmitli & Carpenter
HORSE AND MULE SIIOES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Patent Oil Cans.
Patent Fly-Fans and Traps.
uuuuii-t,, xiitxr nun. lura,
np:gy-Iiarness, Harness Leather nnd
Mountings, Wngou and Huggy Materials,
and many other articles too tedious to
At Heilig's eld stand, main street,'
SALISBURY,' N. C.
30:1 v '
SHOP connect with Hrown & VerMe's Livery
stables. tT"i4 designs orsnoes, to bult any
snape or foot. All siioelri? on strtetlr ii ntir.r nrtn
.clp's aa.l WAR RAN TED. All Siscis bUck.s.nllLlng
proaiptly done. - is:iy
HORSE AND CATTLE POWERS
Will eare or prevent IMsea.
Ko Hoitas will die of Colic, Bots or Ltnro T
Teh, If Foutz Powders are nsed 1 n 1 1 ri.e. :
Foatzs Powders will care and pre Vea t lioo Ceouu
Fontz"s Powders will prevent Gapes ik iowta.
Fontzl Powders will Increase the onanttrr of mlllc
and cream twenty per cent, and make the batter firm -and
sweet. . i :
Fontzs Powders will core or prevent almost xmr
Diszasb to which Horses sad Cattle are subject.
FOTTTZ'S POWD2BS WIU. XTS S4.TISrA.CTIOJC.
AVI3 . roTjTZ. Prowieter,
TllEO. T. Klutt. Agent,
2;Cm S tl thn rv, N. C.
uhscribe for tle ralclinian1or.ly 'l
BONDS . I
To mnko Title to Land, and - Lahore r and
Mechanics Liens, lor sale at this Office
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUISSCKIBE
FOB THE WiVT HMAK
BUY- f YOUR
triii! win .r, t-.... ..
yiiivi. ,fc tv r ail (M ' .
AGESTS filing it find it -rkW
PEOPLE want. It make U1 lk
stitch,; runs easily, does the tritlfc8t
and winds3 (ho bobbins w ithffe f
theyvorks of.4te'inachiiie.;itl, W.
ive circulars audr full particnlar I b f H?
1301 & 1303 Bnttonwcod r'
P H I LM ELP H !
ICAI A UEDBlDn ft.
' Jianafactur oLIH
lannTarTiiFftp fir 1 v r FPTrTin ' .
Unsurpassed for Durability, Economy, and CenvenwJ
C blla all ItprwTemeau f T.1-. ""S
, Aa4 Perfect U Operation - L
ALSO A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF STTPnTA'i
C. F. BAKER (fe C0.i Salisbury, N.a
To J. Howard Jones ami W. Karl jj,, 1
ident, you viil talirjioike tlut the'fJv
- iiifj summons has uc.cn iasucd aguiui"
DAVIDSyii Uounty-In SuDsriorCoiHt
John M. Prim, ) .. :-
J Howard Jones, j
W, M. Earl, VefU. J
STATE OF fiCRTH C ARC LI f-A, f h
To the Shiriirf Batid?n ti a'iM: J
You are hereby commanded to $llm,r"
J Howard Jones and W. ST. Earl, the jv i
fendants above named, iftliey le found 11,1
in your County, to be and appear hetftretl .
Jiil,?c ot onr bupenor Court at a Cttr to
be held for theounty Of Daviilson itithe
Court House in Lexington on the btXc
Oay or Aiarcii- l?b!), anl i'.nswcnhe cArH
idaint which will be ducted in "ti,,. .. 1
of the-Clerk of the Superior Court for Uid
County, within the three tirst ,das "of
Term, and fet JluiJaitI; DefindanttakeiK),
tiee that if they' fail, to answer the said mi. 'i
plaint within' that time, the PiHWdnTTdit?
apply to tho Court for. the relief demanded"
iu the complaint. ii L
Herein fail not, and of this suaunoasmabf :
due return. . . . . , .H
Given under mv haafd and tliepcal nffjij
Court, this 12th day of Sc)tentl)tr, ISiil! "
C. F. Lowk, . Iltl h
-e. S. C. Davidson Cil l I
Yon will also take notion thatat tljfMSMK
tune lu-said ca:.e a warrant of afaf-limrnt -
.was issued against otir liropeftv fpHty1
?iimof two thousand and ninteen Uollff
and liJty -ents,' (2,019,50) due by Pfmtt.
eotint, and returnab'-e'to said Court id hli
v........ ii...; ...i m i :.. t . ttt,;
when anil where youjuay appear HJMt
think proper. This th iiav of t)ct. if 79
C. F. Lo wr.. C.
Jno. II. Welbtirn, IliividsonCo
No51:6w PhTa. Attv.
To J. II. J.tr-r H.rd lv". M. ffirLrym rrsi fait
You trill tal-e notice tLd thr J'Ji Ming ttim-
- Wins has ten iwtcj aymiint ym. at
DAVIDSOII Conaty la Supricr Court
M. L. Johes, I - " !!;
ncain.st . Summons for Rtlief.j
J. 11. .Jones and I
V. M. Earl. Deft, j j ' .
STATE CF KQRTH CAROLINA,
You arc herehy commanded to u!nmpn
J. H. Jones and V. 11 Earl ihe I)efendan! j
above namedjif they - be found within T0ttr
County, to be and appear befyre-the IJail
of onr Superior Court al a Cjinut to Lelielil ;
for tin; County of Davil . on at the C'oujt.
House in Lexintrtcm oil tlte 1st .Monday of
March lSO. and answer t lit-cons phunlwliicji;
will be d.'iMwited iu lh -oiifve ol the Olerfl
of the Superior fourf fraid lcunty, witjfl. '.
in the three first dayn ol'faid Ttrni, and let -the
said Defendants take notice t'laUfiJl?
fail to answer the said omplaint within -that
time, tho Flaintitf Iwill apply to tt
Court for the relief demanded ju tliecon
plaint. - . . ;,. , -i! IP
Herein fail not, and of this sumuions
due return. " ' . Mr
fZlvnn UMrlnr ir w mn l anrl t lift fial of Uli
Court, this I2th day oi September, i5i.
C. F. Lowe.
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You will also taktnotice that at tlieiamf
' time in said case a warrant of attaebmraf
; was issued against you property for tM
sum ot nine hundred ancL -five dinars a
! eighty-one cents, (.9Q5,81) duo plaintiff bjj
; ojen account and returnable to saiucuu.!
in s iiil (mintr on th. first MondaY inMarcfl
I8S0, when and wheie youcan appear i
vou thin-k-proper. r
This Oct. 8:h, 1679. C. F. Lowe, ; -
Jdax II. Welbckn. Davidson Co-
On Tnesdav, the 7th dnv of October, I ST9,
and iu the City of Raleigli, the-ttaJennS"
ill ojinHinenrii tli r.iih!!alinn of .1 i
m.t rm. m tv - w J aj t- : .j
a vnt'Ttr pitmr ivi mMOCliATICl
These four words convev all iliat a c5lni
of I'rofpeet.ts could tell: the good joi-ine-'j
the Kuecexsf the party wTuch i the 1 m(-
Mate and the country ; the pnbucaooffl
the news : iheFe he" i1 jeets piopl-;
lie can do the last and coiiirrbiue io !
Snd second, the suW-ribrr does rjot. "r"f
oubt. The people havfrMt their seal J P"j
proval upon his ast and; he "doSn oot aoam
the future. ; - - v ' ! -
Hale's Weekly will be printed from
and beantiful type and on fir white Pfr'
The priee will be-two UoIFar per annum.
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nient and no nanr HI be sent aoc. -
ration of the time paid for. - ... ': :;
r l ;. P.M. HALE.
.Elejgli, Sepli 15,1879, fl
PA RSONS SXtTFF. Still incrensiaf
in favor. Try it. It is nnhl nna i
For kile by J. D. Gaskilu
various other' blanks for sale hit -
Mortgage Deeds for sale here j
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