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m XL TB02D SERIES
SAUSBUEY. ITir-C;, HAECH 4, 1880.
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llie Carolina Watchman, 1
f .4-.' T" ' i H :i ..
York uioii the hannon j tvliich, pre vailed
ia tbe convcnUou, . and says .the coijven
A tion will be certain to hsivo tbe effect of
I making tbe discussion of tbe Presidential
or I lOrant, tlic masses of tlie Ilepablicaa party after
fe Ool of t? snap judgment in Pennsyl vania, more
3XJLBW?IIED IN THE TEAR 1832
rftHTKACT ADVERTISING RATES.
GRANT AT UTICA,
t Ainoug: His Slavish Followers
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T! iul )
l iionUi s m's 8 m's 6 m's 12 ias .
f.5 I $3.60 f5.A) fS.OO '
1(N) 4.50 6.25 7.50 1 12.00
4.50' 6.00 7.50 11)0 15.00
4.00 70 ':. 9.00 ' 13.C0 1S.00
150 9.75 11.25-15.60 25.00
1J.25 -15.75 !t).50 S50 40.00
1$.75 26.25 33J5 I 48.75 75.00 "
Sew' -'York Casts Iter .Vote
117oj She Proclaims to be
The Czar and Asia.
Battles" A Motion to JSfale liiaitie Tail
Piece tkrftl on the Table.
vigorous and . exciting. ,Tbe UeraUl says
the resistance to the tbird term has prov-
Utica, ebraary .Shory ftef 12 altogether stronger tlian anybody Oared
t 4xi. .' ti i . . . : i ' lione or venture to Dredict twentvffour
V ciuch wuciiii muiur caucu uic couven- --- -. r . -
tion to order. When Albany county was houra a' " ' -J,-- ' '
'.wtisiiu W hite Snol.intr.Gout, Goitre.
w piisujnption. Brcncliit!)., Kerrom Dc
Ii,ili4. Ujlaria. n:i I nil disease ei-hing
Ifmia &n impure condition of tko blood,
ClJEES ' SCROFUIjA.'
Russia , It ussia .., Dc-
kna iids the Ilxtraditiou of Ila rt
' 'man--Full Account of the ! ,
r ,r Explosion. ,; j
7ni1 Ssnntni' f?eai-ay jtiriI tiA I
credentials of .Win. II. SlinwrlAiid ami
his twelve associates, and the petition of
Hamilton Harris and his twelve associates, J
be referred to the committee on contested '
j seats when appointed. - N. ii. Curtas sec- 5 By Teiegrraph to Raleigh News. '
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1.1, syphilis, Scrofnioas Taint, Ehea- ' raised- point of order that no business lishes a letter from St." Petersburg, which
ctmld be done, the convention not paving says: "News from the iuterior of tbe Eui
been organ ized.' Tbe chair decided that tbe pire is heart-rending . Famine and diph
poiht was well taken. Mr. Foster appciil- j theria are decimating the population. Tbe
ed from .the decision of the chair, and call- 1 provinces of Saratof and Kief, which an-
, ed for tbe eas and nays, (applause), but nually export, luf ordinary times, enor-
, Governor lloskiiis moved to lay the ap- . inous quantities of grain, had scarcely
' ionl on -the. table, and the motion vas car- ' any crop last year. Tho calamity is ag-
peasants being lorceu to sell tiiem. i
In, Caucasiu the famine is still greater.
ried with only a few votesju the negative, gravated by a want of
Tbe secretary then proceeded with the peasants being forced t
j ; In Caucasiu the fa
disputes j The people are com
egations ' selling their children.
Cures Elalarla. .
N 1 lie secretarv tlien proceeded
During the roll call several
arose between fho contesting dele.
from various parts of the State, and there
was nincb confusion and wrangling over
tbe appointments to the committee on
mitting suicide and
" ' DEJIAJIDS HAUTMAX,
London- Feb. 21. The Tones Paris
dispatch says, the J demand of Russiajfor
r ; ! I c i
sicredeutiulsr Stephen B. French of New the extradition of Ilartman, has been re
York, nominated for temporary chairman j ferred by Premier Freycinct to the Miiiis-
Hon. Charles E. Smith, of AlbanvJ! The
nomination was veceived with applauses
JCurea Nervous Debility. ' , ... . . .
- -t , c remavkft on takinir the chair, an allusion
to Grant at Appomattox Court Houe was
received witli great applause. ij
Mr. Foster said bisjdistrict bad select-
v3S53 i ey mislKimoasV vp delegates. Vk) be-
nas Its ingredients rnbllshod oh every
packrvTO. Show It to your PJ:yslclaa. nnd
the will; teil yon It la composc-l of tho
caiciit iiooa iutuct.
L03ADALIS Is.cold t7 all Drogglsta. X
I i Tlie Russian Czar is resolved i ppon ex-,
tending bis already vast 1 domains in Asia
j Nearly or quite two-thirds of that great con-
iingpi is nis, ana yei ne is pusiung on ins arm
ies to new conquests. Gen. Skobelofi one of
li is ablest soldiers, commands the main army
numbering 20,000 men; . ne is to be sup
ported by two ..other armies. Sooner or
later England and Russia roust face . each
other, then it will be seen Whether the forces
of the Empress of India will be equal to the
task! of driving back thd armed hordes of
the nighty Emperor of tlie Russias. In the
ineao'time the inexorable, Insistent, sleepless
enemies of Alexander ard dogging him at
ever? turn and laying their trains of gun
powder and dynamite right under his palace.
When he travels his train Is wrecked ; when
he sleeps he lies over a loivded volcano and
aj slambering carthquak4. Trulj there is
something awful ia-the remorseless determi
nation of his multitudinous enemies. The
blood hound on the traci of the fugitive ;
the implacable avenger pursuing his fleeing
enemy; the Indian tracing the steps of the
alarniiod and shuddering victim ;! the watch
ful, crafty, skilled, determined detective fol
lowing the criminal through all his tortu
ous windings and his ingenuous dodges in 1
hope, of effecting his escape these are faint
typds to express the undying hatred, the re
Bolvcd will, "the pertinacious pluck, the
sleepless energy, the incxliaustable ingenui
ty, the reckless daring of the men who are
sacrificing all to compass the destruction of
their victim, and that victim the royal head
of one of the greatest kingdoms of this
world. The poor, half-fed laborer, as he
sleejSs'on his pallet of straw in hif hut, is
wrapped in clysium compared with the roy
al head that tosses from side to side in un
csy filecp, and sees an assassian in every
shadtw nnd the gleam of the poniard in
every flash of the fire when awake.
a Lauds Sold for Taxcji.
Over Two' Thousainl ircrcliants
tt .:. 'i Tnrttn.1 sr ' "i-U.-iS.
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t TMay the; secretary of the "Char-
!Jd, public - laws of 18791 provides l vharlotte, to.o comaiUnicale at once
if any persons whose law"1iaaf been ) Witk the secretarys whV will gladly
erty so held.
P,,U "nUljiriH ! marks of;Mr. Poster, ii
lAirfi vrllMbEA; sj& vork i
I .External and Internal. v
THS GREAT VEGETABLE CATHAETIO
i iD-m'I ATI i-
Vegetable WORM SYRUP
feriaysstTPiSJTXCar!, imtt peccpcnfled
DTTcf aala '!.- nil Vrunfltiu.
bs:; n. uensy, ctmnAr-i & co.,
Coi?r;B P:aco, - new York.
Fir Sale by T. F. ELITTTZ, Drn gist,
! h 10;ly j -t - Salisbury, K. C.
.Davis llilains the "Clothes
MttcrlrttloV. Stone, of Mississippi.
ie lite Mrs. Sarah A. JDorsey, a
d;iyf before her death, iustructce
Ui preseiif to her native State,
.sl.-tt,ij)pi, tlve craii portrait vvhich
this -let tor; It'Avas made
W i)f J.cac
and Uumldcrs when I
ty tent ; but on being hailed by
4irmati Wluj rude a considerable
aacc before his i com rads, 1 d ropp-
oth the Italian and shawl while
tig on my challenger, a ud t h us
'ft'ilrtd l)ornrp. mv cnninvK in Iio ex-
QtfcMme ireprceiiuU in the por-
Faithfully yours, .
ilpir'H l Jeffkuson Davis. .
MuVpir, ;Augnst 14th. .
K4vr aTorlc 't'tm-esnnntlent of Hales
i A -St ! ,
WttA: hook of 72 naircs has
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orj bfiotograpmc Jikencsij ot, my-
qh was-taken iii the identical
tiipwoim when I was captured.
fr1article X then had on appears
tliisi; portraiture, except a pair of
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ze spurs, wliicli were stoicn lrom
Is :Y,; ' J I ' .
alcr 4 my capture. 1 had a
Kaiilaiu. and a shawl
lievc, as the cbairmau has said, that wo
should have a presidential candidate be
fore whom the rebellion dare not raise its
horrid bead. We, believe that Jaines G.
Hlaiuc is such a man. - (Great applauses.)
II. R. l'ieison, in replying to the re-
to dud a nomi
nee. (Krong continued applause.) j; We
can tind one in Ohio. (Applause.))! lint
among all tbese peers among peers, Jtliere
s a liuino I liohl above all -others, ! (Ap
dau.se and mingled cries of Conklingand
hh'.inv.) I mean that name that stands
as. the gwl of battles Ulysus S. Grant.
(Great applause.) I believe that it will be
Grant. I believe that tbe imperial State
of Xew York will go, and ought to go, to
Chieago and express its imperial will as a
unit." (Applause. j,
. After trsiussictiug considerable rbutine
of business, the convention took a-i-ecess
until 3.oi p. m.
LiATEi:. The convention lias adopted
a resol ut bill favoring the nomination of
Grant. The test vote showed that Grant's
friends . bad 37 majority over the jadvor
cates of an untrammeled delegation.
resolution favoring , lilaiue for a sccoutl
choice. was laid oil tlje bible-.
The Republican convention npon: reas
sembling this afternoon effected a perma
nent organization by the election of Chas,
E. 'Smith, of Albany, as permanent Chair
man. Resolutions were then submitted
declarjng that th.e safety of the nation is
again imperiled by tlie unlawful cft'oirtso
the Democratic party to overawe and sub
vert State governments, as in Maine and
ter of Justice.. It is stated that some of
the reactionary deputies have applied for
the man's release, but was told that if it
it appeared that ho was connected wiith
the Moscow attempt, the government
would surrender him to the Russian au
thorities. 1 " I
ALL ABOUT THE '8T.S PETEKSBCUO EXl'LO-
siox. - j -
Loxiox, Feb. 21. A special dispatch
gives the following' from tbe Standard's vigorous, needed, salutary reforms through
Berlin correspondence : Lately the Ckar out his immense empire, and giving the
hardly ever left WinterTalace, and when country a constitutional government. But
he went abroad he was surrounded bv a will he do this? The present Czar is no
cloud of mounted oftieers, who concealed doubt a ruler of a milder type than his
the carriage''' aud
with their bod
ries and oiucers.' I ihe ;ieoplc ot Russia are discontented al
At tbe eimper detectives occupied seats though tunny abuses have been remedied
that were formerly reserved tor distin- and Xlie lo-. ot millions has been ameliorated.
Ktiisbed visitors. The detectives infested Hc 'sfc farther'if he would have peace.
the kitchen, and everv dish was tasted bv Jfe u,ust 3 RW to the entreaties ot the op-
persons of rank specially selected fr that lesl if be would enjoy personal satety
purpose. The-Emperor did not even ven- d Cpeaeo ut mind. Ihe cap ot relorm
ture to oneu his own letters, documents fromiwhicb the Russian people have sipped
Ui a second edition at Cincrn-
jngiiuaUtplJUraphy qt -L-cvi
"the remitedt'resident of the
.'lirgroiuid Hail road," by which in
fii ibf slavery so uahv thousands
s.yci were eouveyetr to the free
jlffUidM Canada Cojlin was a
bScifi-a t ativ of f lithfinl'nouiitv.
Slhere he was bbrn in 1798, re-
v tjlnd iana'JiTl 72G, a nd co ni -W!t0
WritW tbk rlinrv in 187G.
jWlliia hjearJ : He has aince
n',! ".ciainis to havc aided by his
rground' railroxid" in the escape
laves, among them the Eliz-
tris of "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
having repeatedly been steeped in poison
and sent him;
With all these elaborate precautions, it
occurred to nobody to search for the an
uouneed, advertised and placarded mine
in the basement. Tbe Emperor and the
Duchess of Edinburo were seated in an
apartment next to the dining room when
they beard the report of tbe explosion.
Tbe lights were extinguished and the cas
pipes burst. The Princess of Felcos and
her valets went Mindly through tbe dark
and then imured iiromiscuonsly through
the door of the royal apartments The
Sovereign wasr found groping hii Way but
of the fatal quarter. All who' saw tbe
sight of the picture of Alexamler XI leiid-
Reference was' made recentlv i to tlie
fact that i PTPst nnmluiM tA.Jt.
lands sold for taxes are held ii!the office of fi Vlf rmce cngag
the Secretary of State.- Wake? cottntt5. ftiin coding, Koat.Jnvitations., and
andi mote especially Raleigh,! is largely passes V to merchanfs, and in - another
represented, tbeie beiffOflJMIa LJxlnm -J.i:.
tliis;.eounty. By the late General AssemitKU tituZS ul
ter of the fedemntion, f I-M -1? UiWt? ho may, have bee
f 1 l . .
which it would be well to read. ChapfoyeK10OKCt ana JffhQ, , desire w come
i : , j " mui-5ii liiciu nuu parses. XI IS CSpe-
1st day of Januarv. 1870. ahall Ufnm u V t ? .'uVi.
.. f w 1 v ? .1 i r rtaoi rM mm mIii l
the ldth of March; 1880. nav to the treas-1 v . ti f v
urerl the ta dn f a. r -i.w 97cr.0Kcd. but it can readily be seen
w - II1IIU V UIVJ It", . . -
sale of such land, and also all taxes that "tsy t is to omit ooe name from
may have accrued since such !;gale. togeth- a lss tuat embraces nearly three
er with all costs and expense;' nnd also thousand. ! The plan1 of the Chamber
the sum of ten percent, upon the amount of Coirtm'fthWY Anlb,f
Ihnirhl S T pe?OT,S Charlotte a busing
shall be entitled to receive a deed of Ve- . , . . ' ..r , . .i V1
conveyance from the Secretary of State . ' T nas never Known oetore. At
upon! exhibiting soch tax receipts and 13 "Watea that at, . least two-thirds
paying the secretary the snni of one dol- oi the whole number of J merchants to
lar for making out such deed. 1 After the be invited will avail themselv(es of the
13th of March twenty-five percent- will opportunity of J" vi(inff ' CKarlottW
v.scu. county ireasurer eatncry Tlii"w 11 mk ihlna i
will tell howto proceed togefbackiirop'- 7:' ,
men aremaking extensive prepara
tiqus for the boom. Large purchases
Will fnnliTf lliini M nffoir QrAToT !
T . PrTlMionriii X.1..!. Or I'I. I . 4.
man. Vera Sussulitch. a famona Nihilist rulucul LU lu iraue aV ua' ,nS
agent: who tbe 5th of February, 1878, at- ouce secured the patronage. 0f iner-
tempted to assasinate Gen. Taehoff, pre- chants surrounding ns, they feel eon-
feet of St. Petersburg, has been arrested fident that they will be able to hold it.
. . .
at the residence ot one of her friends in I All rlnssoa will LoUofitU K.
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Wli ' f' ' Ut. Arm x i.'a- r!......i. r
bii v,ntmc Tiiiv;ii iuc Valium uei in
,r an- ru : ' i
noaucea the arrest of a Prussian officer "ucs; " iiiiiugMiuieu, una iius
will be seen at once from the fact that
i ne oniy saiety oi me uzar is in yielding IT w ... . i .i 1 .
TKn m n n i I .' rT 1110 miAnlii lnjMrntin I I . .
H bliu V4Vliliil.u vl uio llllllulillll I T . T. rtpw . .... I . . . . . .
' I I JVnnV kVll OV A IM-lnnfn Mun. ll.... . 11.. Ij. : 1 -
. . jjuiuhj itRguuii men win oe, it may ue saieiy esti-
ironi japan states that a severe earth mated; from two to three hundred
l. .1 a . i . I 7
- ' I m ni-r. 1 1 1 n ff c tin IwtnnliA I l.imi ....n
hilt lift dot All A nrn tivaii. I t
n . I fit . . . .r
A Paris dispatch to the Manchester Pl inecouiury--on our streets. uwr.
Guardian says the official : documents Observer.
eminent bv I .- i
- I r n. . t
ambassador here, uur Dtate u excnaiiges present very
by w hich it was intended to prove the J antagonistic ideas on the question of
crimiijality of Hartmau in connection I the disposal of the W. N. C. II. Ill
with the Moscow explosion, are consider- Thc Vilmintrt6n naners are livelv on
ed too vague to establish the .unlit of I : i s t . . s !,, ; . i ,4 r s
t. . . .. . . , . i tue subject, anu go into me uiscus-
tho accused. Public opinion here is on-1 . -n. . 1 w.i; :s. . . . f . . o
- . I L. . Til . I -. l-i: T .
posed to Hartmau's surreader; nnd the ?lon I WV" a; 'U?ai wiep.inuicaies,ft
officials are delaying action imthe matter fear ,;of disasteritQ the, .city of Wil
in order to find grouud for refusing the j mi ngton shoull.tlie transfer be made.
demand f or ; his extradition? without Tlie Bubjct has become-' a ' ? very 'grave
wou.rling Russia's susceptibility. ' 6ne and though ' opisetl in the aln
struct to the call of an extra session of
1 5 Representative Robert B.' Vancci
of North Carolina,; has intrbdoceri ii,1 j
bill toVregulate more satisfafctbriTy antl
justly therevenne laws Thisil'i.11
riglit teny and J Copgreslhoukl noiv:
fail to corrat'as 'facias possibfe ali'tlm1-f
aboses tthat7inhero4 to- trieystett.
That "the are abnsesgritfA'li
grant no oho "flr enyT prooabir--
save one of the "red-legged" fellof
who smell around. Wilmington Star.
1 j Mr.-J. 'A;t Stfrewalr;railferandt,:
fkrmer of . iCabarrus writing I to f"'
Vi-'- 7 "ii- ii ."? :'-tu if?.' s:l;r-4il
A lamace (jlcaner in rcgam to the -
. l.. .:: I"in.
workings of the stock law in that '
county, says : Last fall; at the Mi blf W
Poplar Tent, the stock' law jtownshipli
showed the' best stock ever exhibited"
itetl officers, who concealed oouo, a .er ox a mi.uer type i.mn n 6WflH the-( official m
imP protected the inmates father Xicholas was or indeed than any of snbnitted to t,s Frencll goVe
lies. In the Palace he was his predecessors on the throne have been, prjnce OrlotT, Russian ambas8
y to diplomatists, dignita- but he is too much ot a despot tor bis age. intended to
a few drops has but intensified the appetite
aud fired the blood for larger and more sat-
O o J I rl liiO incflf ntintt t..l fl.A In f nnjl JnmK
nv uiPiiviliir4l 111 cbil'l 'I'tlilLf
il . T . l . i I 11 I
The New Orleans Cow-Pea King, and the blind has 115 pupils in tho white '"e .egisiaiure, wc uaruiy see now.
department. v 1 Governor Jar vis can relieve himself
Tho exports of bides from Texas hi a of responsibility by allowing the
amounted to nearly three mil- j matter to haiig in uncertainty. Tlie
iivii uuiima. imnr. nna rr MAr-fir nrm tnp i .pcriamr.nrp
We are requested to direct public at
tention to tbe fact that? there exists in
'r.iv OrUans -i rnn'.lio.1 vlliff nmrMV-l1 of 1 8,11gl yea!" S
eiommission merchants who have organ
iked themselves into a club for thc pur- The State treasurer last week received I must do 'it. Dwliam Recorder.
pvse of controliing the cow-pea trade on co,' iu om oonus ior exenange anu is
sued eignteeu urunimcrs' licenses. 1 Rtiu TAh ., T.. Aavnn.
Hon. Peter Cooper, the veteran philaiir der county (Miller's, i township) one
thropist, completel his DOLh year I burs- jay bust week, a raarriae took place
. I pa
A Jiaitimore ianuiy is reported co nave j rr p-u raf!,.pv nnf1 MJss Rettio
..........4....... nl.M.l...... tl, ..l.ln.t I . .
hut 18 venrs of arm. "" I,5U ""uoiipg par
N is earnestly reminded by
Grant organs, that he is pledg
a second term, i The lemiuder
Wineeessarv. Tbe teople are even
.I m. ;.; ; l p" O J vf.
several "Southeru States, with a view to
securing control of thc general goycrn
nicnt by deed of violence and fraud that
in this emergency, mindful of thd: fact
that the forthcoming contest must be de
tided by tbe electoral vote of-their State
tbe Republicans of Xew A'ork pledge to
tbe Republicans of the other States f their
ability to cast the vote of Xew Yorkfor.
U. Si Grant. After expressing theirj con
fidence in Grant and declaring 'that? the
objection to a third term applies only to
a third consecutive term, and not to the.
re-election of a man Who is aud hasjbeen
a private citin.cn, long absent from; the
eon n try. . The resolutions declare? that
Grant's re-election is urgently important,
and instruct thc delegates to Chicago to
use their most earnest and untiring efforts
to secure his nomination.
At the close of tho 'reading - thcrc was
long and continued applause, miftgletl
witli hisses. I '
Mr. Fester moved to amend by 6tiking
out the references to a third term antl sub
stituting the name of Blaine for that of
Grant. ; ' f " I.
. After considerable elrscussion, Mf. W.
B. Wood in moved to strike out the mime
of Grant and leave the delegation nnpfeelg
ed Mr. Foster accepted Mr. Woodin's
Mr. Coukling took the floor and j ad-
dressed the convention at great length.
The vote was then . taken on Foster's
amendment, as amended, by Wooidin,
which was defeated by 217 to 180. j The
resolutions were then adopted. j
A delegate moved thai- in case fJrant
canuot be nominated at Chicag, that
theii! own terms. Their 'mode of getting
consignments ia by scattering broad cast
over!' tho country circulars holding out
great inducements to shippers -which are
rarely, if ever fuliilled, their 'classifications
being of such a nature, fur one thing, that
ing bis daughter away from the mine of it is impossible for any peas to reach their
dynamite, say it was one that could uef- standard, hut tins is not the worst com
' 1 ' . t T I j. 1 C
iw. f.v..,r,.t.. - - . ' I Dlexion oi tne ring, in me summer oi
! W 1
The Vieuna Tov blatt relates that for V
some davs oast tliie Czar has daily re- PC'U
ceived a sealed letter containing a few I nev
words nf menaee: and 'saving" that if be l count
, - w a . .. , j .
tlifl-imtchaniruhis svstem of onnression Co., Bhipped ieas upon wnicn tney ex-
he would not live to celebrate the 25th an- pected to realize a gooetj prout, juugiug
niversarv of his accession. The sheet was rom tne circular quotauous, oul up
alwavs bordered with black. In court which they experience a heavy loss,
o;r..l,. it xvna timwn ii th hhiek letter, while Messrs. Kenan & Forshco aud J. I
All oflortR .liseover tlm ncrson who Metts & Co., have met with a similar ex
The new Governor of Xew York sign-
I ... . . ... I f.vt.mA1 Mia nninmnntr
I . t I.... .1 .1 1 i.n....mn li-ittirt .r.l.l via.. I lirillilAi Lii. I.Lil.UiUlltt
. ., .... i nor. 1 - CU 1113 UlOb lillUUlll luwui.uniuiumu Ibll '
Si Messrs. H. i Jiircueu oc son snip- , . . ' I .t j r :
? . I fpnm V(TvnH..Mnint J nrn .nra nl1 croiiiTi. the mafristrato and1 fri
i i -l i' ii...... c I . . l . ji . i . . vm j. . i'v... ' ... j . v. - - , n
acarioatioi peub u.e.e ioi w.uc.u. . . . :..
er received a cent, not even an ac- " 1 31 a cenai" l,ull,fc ""f
. . ... I xi. -L'.i:.. t... :n I - ' .i i. i
of m m Messrs W. v. (Jldham I Ml onu w wc ijuiw! m . n lriveii iiour. buu uii iiic iue ui
delegates be instructed to vote as a, unit
for Blaine, i The motion was tabled.!
Tbe clelegates to Chicago, presidential
electors and members of I th 6 S tate cni
mittee were then named by the delega
tions from the various congressional b-
tricts, after which the couvehtion ajouru-
.-.'-: . t . i .: trr"? rf:i l-r
ed ac ic. : ' : i i
Xkw Yoiiic, Febrnary 2T. The Tribune
conveyed it to the Emieror's room were
Conventioii of 3Iexi.eans Vetera nsin
NoriolkThe City Decorated.
peiicjuce. In one instance a shipment was
made w hen tbe quotations were $2.50 per
bushel, and mice realized was GO cents
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! Tho ring is represented to be now
sending out circulars to influence tbe trade
result of overwork and unsatisfactory re
t suit of some of his late experiments con
nected with tbe electric light.
Monroe Enquirer : The last bond and
coupon of Union county's, railroad debt
was paid by Sheriff Hasty,, during tf)e
Three thieves, Lewis Merritt, Hugh
ties, and T. Af Hudson, Esq., per-
The bride, the
road, beneath the branches of the trees,
the 'squire pronounced the bans. It
is alleged that these surroundings were
hot chosen" for the nuptials without
caused the cause being, according , to
report, that the groom is a moonshin
er and was lying out from the raid
in the State. ., We ,wilL be glad Jo , t
have you visit our ; fair next fall and. v
judge for yourself we wilt' feed yon
on milk and butterjjbreapiuttoh r
anol'not go,to thWwoos,t it. Aid1
'i-i I tari..i' , J ;.. ii t Mii
A NlJWiiUSB.FOR.TilE'TELEPIIOllE. .
Pierre rValconr; a FrenchmanT'ox
vented a deep-sea telephone', by which
vessels can be kept .in -constant com
munication with" the shore while 'cross-1' )
ing the ocean. He has . discovereo!
how, to insulate a single r wire so, tbai.t r
immersion in water does i not. impair rn
its transmission of electricity and this ?U
wire is to be - laid out from a eigarf u
shaped metal id float, thirty ! feeHong
iuj tow. of the vesseL . Jeaden sinkeri
are to be automatically detached era-1'
ry two hundred miles to keqi the wire ,l
on the ocean's bed, and if the in ven-'"
tor's claims' are 1 realized, the ocean ,
will lose much of its present isolation.; ,
Scientific American . 1 .-.tUwil
. - -,-n;
The Augusta, Ga., Chronicle ' gives -'"
a long description ofa new invention
- iir- : .- i
a magnetic motor by ,Jle v. Jas.' I
S, Lamar, of that placc Helias ob-.i
tained a patent.' We -copy fa part of '.'!
what -he says "! ' ' ;: ;'f 'f 7
h ?This in vention'1 if fully successful.' ,
b! !1.4 fair not ohly1 tOTnjike5 tlie Jo'ven-,:,,
tdr fatuous but to be procTuciive of itn-
rneuse oeneiu 10 i,ne worm. A ne pos- t
sioiiities pi us lieriection qazzie the , f
iniagination. If it should prove to bo !
wnatine inventor nas reafion to pe
Heve it Will, it is hardly toO'Aiuch o '4"'
say'that it will revolutlohize locomo
tive power m the world The idea
vas first suggested to Mr, Lhmar abontr (V
eight months ago, and ihe Initial ex?I
perimenis proveu so saiiiactory mat
ue procceueu io puc uiq.iuveoiion l ,
more perfect "shape. , The motive pong,,.,
er of the. magnetic motor is, . as. itf . j
name '' implies, electricity tliegrei;
element which is as yet in Us infanc, T4t
so far 'as 'the knowledge of man is , .
concerned. No 'cumbrous enirine or .'
machine is required in putting the
force in practical operation. Thenow-
er ; which may run a railroatl train,
turn the spindles of a lactory, ,or pro Jifit
1el an ocean steamship across the At , ,
dntic, 1 ies ' ''within,' a wheel, 7 yro ;, t
prime constituents are used,' viz : per- 4
inanent and temporary magnets which, j
act upon each other r and , produce thaf ,
required motion. ..
. . a j A-1 a m a.ra p .
I 1 at .t.lx.nt aa.-k aX tm mv n n M ill A
Baldwin aud Wiley Yeates, of Orange er lfc ul wuom u.uS v..c
county, have been jailed for tho theft ofa invited guests.
Unit iY iti.tfnn. . . I
: n t:. North State Prrss: A little stir was
Xpukolk, Feb. 23The convent.on of of 18d, and the mlv.ee ormose wno . a, e - cretWd amonff our colored People last
1 I... .. ; .. ,..l. tui anitn IJ frt I IT Kit ill! UUl.V 'Ml I 4l 1 'V. i .111.1 11 I . O ..,.
leaineil 0 Cl uciivuib nnun n-imi"- i" I - - - I , i, .. -
to a ii. i ne ranacuv oi me iiaiter niiiu- wl-ck. uv one oi men numcn "
Mexicaireteraus met at the opera Jionse
in this city this morning, with one bun- be paccd iu their quotations is to sell peas
died and eighteen meiiiWs present. Af- only sample at your own doors for tbe
ter -addresses of welcome from the local next twelve months, and thus break op
this unlaw ful combination which operates
associations the secretary of the national
siasticiation read tho annual remnt. The
treasurer's statement showed 5,01)5 en
rolled members aud 134 badge m en. ; Af-
ter'the adoption :of resolutions on organ
ization and ix'solntions expressing sorrow
at the death of Gen. Jeff. C. Davis, an
election for general oftieers of the asso
ciation was held aud resulted in tbe re
flection of the nreseut incumbents. At-
a'ainst tho planter and dealer alike.
ufacturer8 ia unparalleled and "unjust, j tricked, as they call.it. Her hands be
Give us free trade in paper. Wihninyton gan t( swejj &he soon concluded that
I MfUIC V U A.J B W SUV m. -"
Wilmington Uermc : feome cvu o.s- L.enfc.0 work difftrinif U the
nosed ncrsons went out near Una city a I . ' ..4 .
, , i .1 1" v varu lor the articles producing mis
few nights past, and dug up the bones of PJIU - r i fa.,.. , -
.. ; , 1 , . : i ntinnv'jmee. and after a full dav s U'ork
rii ia.rR air. jrouHei, m -vi" i j 1 ....
UVU VJ K.t" 1 . . w w . 1 . , ,. ...
. .. f, , ... i niuld-not live With
ter which the convention uajourneu nuui r t. . , ... , . ...
t.iiuv ne ieu iu ioei uik oiuk !.
ALLEii;i) Bigamist Buoug.it Back.
Constable. J. A. McLuro : having volun
teered to go to Winston for the bigamist, it.aving tbe bones in tbe public road. 1 under her steps a small package of
XcMauus, at his own risk, returned witn
lim to this city yesterday morning. The
man .confesses his guilt, aud asserts that
his Orst wife and
was reported valuables had been placed she was rewarded by finding buried
The Charlotte Observer tells how a Uui- J snlphur and charcoal, which no doubt
4 p. m. ;
The city was gaily , decorated with
bunting iu' honor7 of Washington's birth
d:ir and of Mexican veterans, and the
streets were corwded with people assem
bled to witness the military parade. The
procession, composed of local military
companies, cadets marine corps, Knights
of Pythias and Mexican veterans, paiad-
ed tbe streets under the direction of Geii.
Getty, from Fortress Monroe, and presen
ted a fino.appearaBce. .
last. ' On being asked if she was aware
of his former marriage he replied, "I
dou't know that she was.'? He was com
mitted to jail here to await trial. His
first wife has returned to her home in
South Carolina aud his j last remains in
Winiton where she is at work. Char.
aecu Victoria, it is'reported, is cut to Wednesday, J, T. Endy, j
!' Sales in both Warehouses have been
goHV the past week. We noticed a num
ber of wagons here from the other coun
ties. ; At the ' Farmers' Warehouse last
tbe heart by the radical talk in Canada,
and hasj in conversation, more than once
recalled tbe'patheti'c declaration of Queen
Mary wlicn sie heard that Calais was cut
lots, prices ranging from : $C50 to $25.
i;-V; Endy, 8 lots; from! J25 to $370.
A- Ai. Kylcs 4 oti from $4i25 to $12. D.
R. Howard, 4 lots, from $7; to $35. Pied-
ted States detective captured a nueiy
dressed burglar w ho bad been robbing at
Vi.'wtnn and other sectiou. The rascal
called himself Pearson and had fine man
tiers aud accomplishments
A Surry county correspondent of the
Raleigh Obserrer says the iron deposits
near Tom's Creek, in said county, have
been worked at intervals since 1795, and
continuously since 1859 (by the .present
in her mind, was the caue of the
trouble The was spell at once removed
, .- 1 . 1 r . il .1 1.
ann nil is now nuiCL 111 max iieinii-
IxCueased Membership. The
increase in the membership and the
extension of the order of Knights ,0
1 xxr ivi. .,.wi Honor in the State since it was intro
nrnnrmrnra. J. Ij. Ol,, u. i . i v t
still annears to le Idnexaustible. Tho jduccd a few years ago has been qnite
iron is pronounced A thy Professor Gentb. marked. There are at present th?rty
of Philabclphia. ; . : f r ; gjx Jotlges, an increase of twelve since
Messrs. R. A. and J.1 W. . DoHrd, tj,c last meeting of the Graud Lodge,
who have been publishing tlie i'trrmerl "et' .11. ia 1.255. an
J,UA UfaJumie for the past rear under r . ; . ; t.
iWiTe-Z .I,. recent- inCTMSP Ot .440 Since lue; ia. meeuug
Wv1 - tin. .nn iwffi xt tire.; &C m ine unueu ouira
we hkd the pleasure of a" call from lodges of this order, with a member
A. Wonderful Clock.
The most astonishing thing in the way,!
of a time pieee is a clock described by a .
Hindoo rajah as belonging to., ft hativ,,;,
prince t of Upper India, and JeoJLooslj : . i
T:"l ..il . J?-! -V
guarueu. as uie rarest ireasuro 01 ins lux
urious palace. In front of thc clock's
disk was a gong swung upon poles, and
near it was a pile of artificial human
limbs. . -The pile was made up of the fall -number
of parts for twelve perfect bodies
out all lay heaped together in seeming
confusion. Whenever tbe bauds of tha
clock indicated tlie hour of 1, out from tha
pile. craw-Jed jnst the number ' of parts -- "
neeueo 10 lorni f inc iranie .vi one manv
part joining itself to part with quick ,a
mctalic click ; and, when completed, the
(IimrA tnranir nn. &pi7o1 n. -unif:
walked opto the gong, struck "one blowj
that sent, the sound pealing through ev- ,. ,
cry room and corridor of that stately '
castle. 1 ins done he .returned 10 tne pu t " .
aud fell to pieces again, Whea 2 o'clock- '".'
came, two men rose and did likewise.
and so through all thc hours of the day. . ."
the number of figures being the same ai
the number of the hour, till atnoouandj '. ' -midnight,
tbe eutire heap sprang up andj.
marching to the gong, struck, one afte
another, each his blow, making twelve 1st
all ; and then fell to pieces. , u ! LM.,
Old Toin Purdic, Sir Walter Beotts fa
vorite attendant, once- said s Them am
fine novels ; of yours, Sir Walter j theV
I are just invaluable to" me.'i, ifl am glad
to near ir, 40111, : rtturneu , tuf uoveuii , t
. a ,: '" 4 " ' -It I
lcs, sir,", saw v ,vm -"ior.wnen t nave-
. . , - . 1 i ' . 1 -
been put au oay naru wwk, and come .: .
home tii-ed, and Uike up one of your poir!. i ,
its, I'm asleep directly - ' j
congratulates Mho, Republicans of X
eVi off from her kingdom.