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j . .. .. - .
g 5 00 ' ' V 00 -! 9j -
51 I' V Wf i
&4 at -sj V .aio
. -, .8'
a".:tS $ii 2. .-..it ,t J..
CEalered atthe Poet OfflCe at WOmioglOB,
. t.j, y.f aasecooaciassmaiier.i.
j Siitscnption Pnce. ;
.Th subscriptioa price of the Wbkk
it Star is as f ollovrs : ';'".
.single Cppy l year, postage paid, $1.50
,. r 6 months. " 1.00
" 3 ' " .50
noiKoon pia.6fnna.GS4. :
ha bees asserted time and again
lYiati the common people of Rassia
are Wartily loyal: to. the Czar. All
f ihe writers of works on Rnqsia
ilisr witnetts ios this , faot. J, They
A ail no 1 desire for - a . radical change
in the form of government, bat are
.content:, with such ameliorations as
r granted by the Autocrat. There
ass who i are restive, bow-
bey- live 1 10 cities - ana are.
i listen to the wildest and
6gef ous tf achings irom revo-;
latUuists aitd jhilists." vThey, faf-'
nxhtt mamly t hel ecrnits for the secret
or janicjuoqs. 'The telegraphic news,
from dy io ; dayi shows that the
pup! generally are, moved deeplyat
t'f marder oi the gentlest, most
. cotitiderattY nvMt mereifal and ' be
nevoleut ruler Russia ever had." They
re making pilgrimages already to
..iit!. Petersburg' that they may gaze
vspoa the spot where Alexander
iri& before the missiles, of. the
mttmint. - When it is rememberedi
titUtasfoer liberating teoa of milliona
t irU Alexander expended five
tua&tnt ssillion dollars in providing
-i.firihe Terfiancipated, .-land that land
wrr granted them , amoabting to
Jn?r orv' hou&ttd million acres, we
oLn -ajcdersland something of their
Jnuiade tnd sorrow, j This immense
am was piid to the land owners for
firm far the liberated slaves;
Phe United States fjreed the South
mrn slave! but left them to shift for
tLemtelve. Theufsei djpot Alex .
ander, as the Nihilists brand' him
Hot only freed tens of millions, but
Be endeavored to provide homes for
1 . . . ' . m .
toem, ana to tnas ename mem to oe
come of benefit to . Rassia whilst en
joying their freedom. An exchange
. - ' ir . 1 ; -y r"- -
l.f -"The : freed heads of families became
rwfessed of the land tbey were occupyinit
i-j?KDaiii8 on paying at once three years'.
t reat and nndenakmir to . pay v oft tbe
KbiUAe of the money advanced by inatal
avQA9jEfi&liing fuur-Sflbs, of. the former
2aXjtitr torty-nineieara. rne laoaioras
01 -nlviloflt their serfs. -1ut also about
. WDly. per.enU of the acioal alaejof the
1kd"shicii tisjoow ibe property of ten
" BfiJliM amities. . Now that twenty years
hare elapfctf, and, there remain the instal-
t' tents becttfpiDg due in the-next twenty
ioe years. ibe,new Czsr proposes to remit
Irom forty to seventy per cent. Jot the pay-
: mi&ti Vet -.t a v. 3-..
It Is very natnfav iberetore, that
peouU who . are ' reared nnder tha
Cachings of ' the Grek 'Church and
who hd. reeeiFediinch vast favors
rom Alexinder II. sbbold feel ! as if
hey had been bereft of their best;
earthly friend,1 and shoold be moved
omake pilgrimages to the fatal spot
where violeno and vengeance tri
Bmpbed.'sV: -3 5J-.1-3R!ti.;'3 Si M V3
It tnasChot be tappbse4 ihatth
emancipation of the serf was an nn
mixeil ; blessingt.itr.; .WftlUce , baa
.ahown in bis able work on Rassia
; defectTvanjd nnsatisfactory in
fmaay . respects it ' has troved. - The
f greatest 5 evil attending Ut baa been
vthe enlbroriemeiit, of Communism to
flaee of . the old nobility. It is said
bat ibef'iiew. lords1 and masters cre
ated! by Uommaoistic .principles are
more opplssive than the old syBtein
of nobility. Tbey live in good houses
and handle the moneys of the com-
muntty, but mainly for their own
benefit' V.;. : ... jy-
Bat Alexander was none the less
revered for.w ht be did and what .h
was. Mr. Archibald Forbes, the f a
mous .English,.: war . correspondent,
says Alexander was the 6nly strictly
honest Russian he ..ever - met, and
rthat bet bad ..the unhappinegs "of
being better tbanthis jrace.M His
son has less capacity, bat , it is in
sisted by many papers that be wil
eedeavtr to supplement the aetion of
'tat emaneipAiinn by ooriog
tj" :v::i o Gommasism, - If be live
t ciiy -.nnr blessing to Russia.' ;
- . ajtc Rowing has come under oar
jiiscd we wrole"the "above,. It
ii frca Farts: 1 L-2.i .-i ,,.ih
1 1 baa coDtrtbtted'i lofa abd Iri-i
l-t:V-;rticJ ob Rijsau sod KibUista to
1 T9,, . He ridicules xbe idea that it ia not-.
e .4 toft-uort a repoolic in' Ru$ala lariBg
;T 1 eaent tiata tI Itateiai socjet. ' The
,T.wj;COOorpeaaMta foroiiifz the oreater
pr(altta Dkikra ignOraleoUted ot
m.atuy aevptea 10 toe VlriWlU Ibe pod-
UlarJement in Um towns im. nnvrlHi in 4
miM aboui arlatieo.ioi i?"tiM-tp
lenott wa snxyeoms dav witmssi ti sneii
tade ot pa. infariaied ptajaotryrosams
blindly to the.resoce. of ftlrair Liula.
Jther( bent bn'fncliactyiijgslf io4egJ,
I X i "- il-. i ;i J . V '-i ' if iy- J : FtfiOT.! ti.
Aiiiornia engages exenajyely jjn.
ine; inang.iThe vintage tar lfi80
l"Nroe millions five hana red' thousand
gslliHis were dry wines, 700,000 sweet
wrnes, and 430.W0 orsndyl About $100,
000 worth of raisiaa were also dried 1a the
8tate during the year; and grapes, for table
use and for. preserving , were sold to the
amount ol $150,000 mo(e." ' AH told, the
grape culture of (Jalirornia -yielded over
$3,500,000 in 188aw ;-t.iZiiU- pii S-
North Carolina is' specially adapt-
d to grape .growing. s Here soma of
the choicest varieties of the Ameri
can grape were found by the first
explorers. In fifty counties at least
the grape ta perfection -may be culti-
: V.'U 'I'';." - i i '
tied, ana proBtaoiy. f Uoi. w barton
Ji Green's well ; known Tokay vine-
y ard,s near ; Fay ette vi I le, is perhaps
the largest in the State.-'1 The Gar-"
reus of Halifax oounty, have one or
more extensive, vineyards. The time
will come, doubtless, i when wine
making will be much more extensive-
y engaged in by our people, f in the
Northern border counties the Isabella,
Concord, Son ppernong and '; other
indigenous ; arapes ; are cultivated'
with-much succesa'.and are equal in
flavor and size to. those grown in the
Eastern or Southern section.
The Intense Gold of the winter is
said to have been very destructive jn
the Northwest. A correspondent ok
the Dubuque Herald wiitts from Ne
braska:;f " ;.-'iV ci.-itx
!'I can point 001 o you thr' carcasses tf
eattl aul beep imJ bga-AJugb rtobave
buiit a good twi n fr every-j aUKk-rsiaer. io
tha cou-ilv. -Ail over r toe vast-urazicz 1
Wycmtog and Houttnrthe' grass is under I
" - - 1 - 1 . .J il.., .. l..Uirw1
bdow man eie . bu ucf iu in uuinv uau
rescb.it." : ... r. . : urv'-ml
This shows what great difficulties
have to be encountered in that frigid
section, and yet cattle raising is very
remunerative. What great ad
vantage Texas has over the North in
this as in other things. In the South
men can work out doors teg months
of the twelve, and there is no .reason
wly everything grown in the ' North
ahonld not Be grown tn greater per
fectjn and in. greater quantities in
the South. Let the South ; learn to
raise - what it consumes. - it . eats
Northera apples all winter and North-,
ero cabbage?, arid . Northern canned
vegetables and,, fraite and .yefx, our
soil - and climate offer - far -greater
'if .... ' - ?-"-r. ? 'r.;'.''"' .,
tacimies:eveTy;way ior iruic growing
ana y egeta oie raisi ug. ; lue jireseuii
system is discreditable. . : , zi:
The appointment of Judge Robert
son as Collector of New York is .not
a Conkiiog victory and by.va; great
deal, j: Robertson was the leader -of
the twenty members of - the ew
York delegation to Chicago f Who
voted every time against Orant , and
finally united with the . BlaineGar-
field forces., uonkling is as-mad as
a :bornet.' The ' Richmond Stated
Waahingion le tte r ay s; . X
;."Opokliocread it wiib an ftcgry look and
Waiked over 6 Senator .Piatt.'-Tbese, two',
no donbt safd sme;very bd MWords .iibout
Presiderrt Oargeld,: and it i regarded' as!
an bpeij' secret (that ,tbarc resolved: to
make a equare fight. against toe:pnQrms-i
sail 10 ins recognizea jeauers 01 ao party
in ibst State, and wHl eertsinly fmake the
id mmistratton bear thunder? tbv eeP In it-
s yfubanded blow from Blaioe . to weskeo 4
Cookling'a power m bis own. State, and to
repay Bob'ertson 'fof supporting Olaine for'
the Presidential nomination." - ; t ..s
. . -t-MS-S-SMawaawiawaaw & lt j" "
Senatof Brotrn.of WdTgiarraade
some . excellent a: pointsj agamstVthe
Republicans 18 : speech in: the' F
senate. u .inarsaay.: -oreorgia nas
two oapital debaters fn.ihe Senate
Bill-and Bro wn : : He will ; be . s. -rery
will make' anything " out of either in
a.H'pugh anCtumbJCTp y
! ;- "t,.': . 1 ) u ; i 'i'u..JSgiT-. .YKK
: Mr. Sam. F. Ph.ilHps's;, salary as
Solicitor General was 17,000, and not
ai pBblished,:: .T?, liJPL a?,
office, witbn; buttlOattf chew frill
maWr A.big difference : in the sixe. of
Tba eensQS vaJ nation of the wealth
of New-York Stale is. thus Hgivan :
Rafe8tai t2.8S8.66&,818 Tperaoiiai
1 1 J :
this Toensasojf aTati Mtstex.iV
The Wtohingtou iJtiWwam gives0 P
on lnf n.irirtnt ntt tit fRliiflTTAn TT r
Billy Smithy aq the way, from oh
atqo, county, Nqryiw Carolina t At,
Jiome, .where. j Bu1a.i8 Jtnowni.bifeU
vaporing does 6bl iaxmnK49 wbnp f
thing. - Billy derHT Saucb : cotfffdrt5
f rem that other 7 T afcAfaf thiP
Hahono of 'Virxw'Tle ibm&pteeo Rmansreways
senator . Rsnaon riiL. . if . fc- . a-l rfad to.. see him. oastizate bis own
ifthad, boltthefeit'faslfl iudfllkL last free, talk 5 was about
t te the iRTIalsi " Hea 4ha
fDecatFe be1 Is id welaTWlloter'fliw
escAjgh to tarry the OKT Hotta State,' wttin
Bgbtv wUl auk Norm CatoUna. aa, jsliajbto
AKepublican Buite as any of those which
casi tneu electoral votes for Uarceia ana
Arthurf'15 y-ir-. B-y'--t -v-ft?
' VVbat do you mean byencouragemenlf
"To givs every office from the lowest to
the highest to Republicans alone,' .and to
give to North Carolina her full share of the
patronage of the Government."' ye i
V Seoator Ransom ia Tery popular
with North' Carolinians' and de
servedly so, for he is faithful and true
to all that concerns the fame and
welfare of bis State, j . If the Radioala
never again get their ! hands and
elbows in the public crib of the State
until they secure it through ' Gen
eral Ransom's . betray aL-of fbiinself
and his party and ; his pbo
pie, then ' they are destined .ever
hereafter to go hungry, or to feed
on a-oabbina, and j Jmsks. : It f is
true they are' hungry4 prodigiously,'
and they would lie ro " very happy if
they could buf get ' their fingers and
o pses ii the swill tub once more, but
that cannot be unless North. Care-;
Iiniana are untrue to themselves. The
Democrats" sometimes blunder and
their legislation is not always wise and
judicious, but with all of their want
of taotj wisdom an4 foresight the
condition of the State is eo infinitely
superior under their rule when com
pared with " what tt ; was under the
rule of oarpet-baggers ' and scalla-
wags,that the peoplewilr-never agree
to; a return of the thieving and plun-
iderng.and venal days of , Radicalism
ui xionbLUarouaa. h-wm
iThe Democrats oan always oafry
the ' State when they "put the right
sort of ticket in the field. The sure
way to keep the State Democratio . is
to put none but honest, .oapable
aithful and sober men in office.'' A
strictly honest and strictly economi
cal government is what the taxpayers
need" and demand. J. .They may be
oome . disgusted jthorooghly at the
folly and needless expenditures of
their officials, but ( even then they
know that the ' true way-Hhe only;
safe way of having such evils cor-
reoted is not to go off and support
.Radicals for office, but to nominate
for office men ofjanqFestlpTied integr
rity and capability who will do what
Is right and proper.4 ; i - : ! f
d As a - specimen ' of "Blow 3 Your
Hornw Billv'a eac-ahitv and trnthfnl
ness, we may mention that he thinks
that the other Billy ought 3 to . be ein
couraged and ; sustained by Garfield
repudiation or no repudiation7 and'
tnat there is now no "social ostracism
or buildoxing in this Stat& XThiaif
correct. But how about, this utterttr
3iTbere are 60,000 whiteWMbficans In
the Slate,' and tbey ' are the equals of Ihe
Democrats ia wealth, I intelligence and so-
(CjsJ standing.' tM yu seer ss a matter of
policy alone, they treat us wall.",. , .
.,1 Now BUly must have laughed, just
here. He is a man of lively fan and
imagination. He draws sometimes om
ttie latter for bisrf acts; Billy kdows
thre ale sbmi 8ti,000 or 85006 nenrof
tf!VH i&wW'j-l sir. t-l
voters in tne otate. aa:Mie.QUM
white Radicals and Xddge'Boxtori
ought to have received hornet
votes. Unfortunately for him: be duly
got aomell5,00Q. Somethinsr1 is to
"pay lid the negroes ref use to Vote,1
or was it mat tens , oi tnousanqs oi
those white Radicals those iypters
the(!full s rivals" of .. Democrats, in-j
f wealth, intelligence andsocial stand
ing failed : do Sft JftSr
Sdly will 'have3 lo-blowl Bis hig
nd " tjn1 .
before he will be able to bamboozle
evea Gorham, of then Washington
M -- i . t.TTT : , i 38 W ,19
Garfield : is so V80tM. in bis . pre! err
! eaoes for; SUnieyMitthews that Be
says he means to.TContinue itoiend
Bis name to the Senate as often as Be
is. rejected, i It is , o i be. , Boped the
Senato w-U not -allows itself to ba
Bulldozed by Garfield tr any other?
Stalwart, pet it kill the nomination
as i often as the name of MattliswS1
comes before it.
twari tit puouoasa - uaraeia. uiaine, ucan,
44 CWngjBHao Jf Moperiy'en-:
Cottraifed and etvetf it clear field and m tail
1 LI I I - .Ml. , II ,. . . , ... ..... I .. I I . - 1.1 ., ., , . , , i
JjPgn. fit q"'r! off ft""- f.,??r,rtiii.
Mf'A'leia'a'def 6tepheb fs envfable
o? pipolUiofaftpinb doubJHi
d?;5&dsnBe reipedf ot i&oscpeople-
d4tMgMeraSffT0P f eryddeidid
fluence at home and-abfead.' Hgtf ii'
Sfenatqr-'Hiirs smoking the little vir-
rtislake -very aniudioious, ana, in-
anrgea muon vaiK in, vie same strain.
ol no i? Hitfcr fil-fit!
"It was an outrage; a species pf Jacobfn-
Ming " -'A redaois rssbonsible obly tohiowa
FJ..u... T Wt.l.1 Iki. nanMn.
measures areruioQUfc .JjWilf Joj. submit
id them.' I will do as I think rigbtoM ibe
lime, no mauer wnas caucus, cunsutaentv
of party , say. Every i man.' I. believe, has
that right. Jft: EiliV speech Was very un
wjse. Who gave him the right to catechize
his fellow Senator trr He has probably lost
everything." ! .."'.-" "
I We doubt if Mr. ; Stephens snr-
yeyQdithe whole, fiehii whenhe .nn.-s
boSOtned hiriwelf to Mrs. Ilardacre.'l
Can he have seen where such criticism
would lead him t , Does he pretend
to believe that a Senator has a right
to betray . his party3 friends I1 Doe
Lit- mt:-: . XT' T . ... " .
be believe that Virginia Democrats
who are. Read j usters are satisfied
with Mahone's course when he takes
up JiU abode with the life-long ene
mies of the South and Virginia ? Be-
canse' a man is a Senator is he relieved
of ra decent' regard for consistency
and honor? Why should not a man
lected.as a Democrat , be exposed.
4vhen be crosses over and seats: him
self with Republicans and allies him
self with them for a "consideration ?
Whilst we do not regard Mr Hiir as
a jvery wise or a very discreet leader,
be made no mistake, as we . believe
wWn he compelled Mabone j to un
cover. He made him take , his true
position and sho w his real colors.
The1 country now" understands pre'-'
.oisely who Mahooe is and where he
atanda.THis disguise has been stripped !
from him, and be nowstands in all of
bis ugly nakedness with millions of
eyes looking steadily at him.- ' ' ;
1 But Mr." Stephens lays down as
If rtnwpTT ofc
I f r at . ' - I. , v
puld disrupt all parties and destroy
all party obligations. . He talks as if
he thought a man could be so exces
sively conscientious that he could not
act' with any party. This may be so,
but such a personshould be careful
not to assdine the responsibilities' of
office unless he purposes to maintain
party .relations and party discipline,
aud'iid in enforcing and dissemina
ting party principles. If V man for
any cause cannot laentuy, nimseu
witn any existing party mat is ngni
inough . in itself.: - This . is a ireq
Country, and' a man has a perfect
right to remain 1 independent and 1.6
skndal6of trom all ' party organiza
tions. ; But the point ' is, that if a
mancnoosesto laenuiy aimaeu witu a
party and to accept office from said
party he is bound to stand by. his as
sunied7 oblisations and; to be faith-
Iful iolther principles' he "professes to
jioii " cauno
Qfficsi under one. flag and fight nnder
the -other flagJ v
u The Georgia papers,3 we judged are
mucn more8 in sympathy 'with Mr.
ban'' with Mr. Stephens in Bis cen-
-The Savannah iWewei for in-.
stancej puts Ibe' case in this cogent
?If Mr. Stephens is correctly reported he
holds that a RepreseTlvereongress is
under naObngauonS to respect the views or
canbus: eoastitueats or party'uhSf a man
hwbov.by professing Democratic principles.
obtains, the confidence or, the Democracy
' end is elected by their vdtes1 to a peat la
V-HJ1,' una o pcucvk iiuk, iui iuuutcs
Of Jus DWUito betray that confidence and
exercise, n the .. representative. , power with.
of hef party-who conferred it upon him
woicn ae is mus ciomea ior tne ovennrow
and islavoraot the party be was elected lo
oppose i jin a WO?P tnat in our representa
goveromew.i uo wm "l l,nB .peopie ?b
entjitled - to ' no consideration "or respect
that their voice' in' the gevernment begins
spd ends with the depositing ol their votes
19 me oatioioox. . ints may ne wnat ur.
SteDhens and 'statesmen' of bis trsnscen-
denUF School call J eff ersoniaa Democracy,
but ir it is to Drevail there imust be an end
46 cur representative system -of seU-goyfn-
men. ..:v34)ia -". ivf-jj
1 fiA hiAliA t no Jm4n -a mn r hnTHa
the greater the crime if he prove
unfaithful. 7; A SenatoKto ihe JJmtad
States Congress ought to be m man of
hondr and to be tfnst worthy. J If he
tell of Tblsarty Be will sell out his
nonor wiin iu xxe oaoDut,run who
the hare and hold-sntlVtasvbounds.
per Cent. bond, will not pass .3 .Me aays
thercLare a enough' Sepoblicaaa wh
fatq 8 eroenWto enible the .'Dem-2
ooTratsaod?rGreenback$rs to 'carry! rt
WitB the compulsory "amendment toi-
: AiiMi'l r"TL tn'rr-J -Tr" trw -w
i i i i i -.11 7 - - . '
! . I J II I J 11. W I I - A I I
0 ,ol .. :1 ... ..;T ., f f, -,dl
' WOOD AHBLiRKATiailS.
ithiriidder the feuurr-Ithas fieeti fed-'
4r0 nn r'if,ii PJnVrfrt.-'Xri-iitlVaetl to reDndlte a oortiooof ihe .debl of
HaW so Sd'ii HiP. bacTi1 aV'A?f1Btt are icalled, on to vota ttmiU
D.-ilBa'tltatos to bi-f
ed agaibsW n! tnaf'cohtff itliW
attained to auWdime&wfis' im VW
.fiirib law! are' itr'Tdm'' Analysts
-in til i -.A t tin; -j 1 in! .llL ttLo;,i'V.1
aua iiispeoiors are appoiirrea inrougn
out "tb Ki'tjedbri?.:irid 'ttr'fjeLaltv is
"abouV IlW ancoe Tof firA Wence;
.and Tora e6o6tid violft-tidH' t&e nanie
at the expense'bf1 tBe vfafbrdf .'the
J awt- In North' Cirb'IIni, tf1 k laW wew4
enatetfo tBkm'di-fdf the'1 cobd 1
8malTpiece Of 'pape? to a tree' in some
place where only1 one -: man passed in
The adulteration f food is not alL
-It seems all countries are favored with
scores of men who are' welL up in- th
art of 'doctoring1? drinks of various
kjnds r-v We have heard of a fellow in
New York who, for some7 $30, would
furnish yon with a, number of r recipes
by 1 which you ' can ! manufacture in
about twenty-four hours the choicest
French brandies, wines, whiskies, rum,
gin, &c, ou t of . pure spirits, costing
probably thirty cents a gallon and
the ingredients necessary.' Stringent
aws are in force in hd Continental
countries and ia Great Britain. The
following showfr how the other beve-!
rages Are fdoctorednals6:: tzfi v
" When the dealers in coffee In London
were visited by the officers of the excise 89
per cent, of them were found to be selline
.chikepry , for .cuff ee or coffee mixed with
chickory. Koasted corn, beans, lupin-seeds
acorns, norse-chestnnts, peas, J -pulse, car
rots, parsnips, : mangel-wurzel, . beet-root,
dandelion, etc.. are also used to adulterate
.coffee. To buy the berries entire has been J
inougnvasure way or. avoiding' the fraud
but an ingenious machine has been patent
ed for the manufacture of spurious berries
out of, the most ; common vegetable sub
staoccs. For the ' most part, no wever, t he
materials used in the adulterattottef coffee
are not. dangerous to health, while in many.
oioer Kinaa oi iooa ine snnsiances em
ployed are very -injurious.. Inquiries as ia
tea resulted in diecoverine that mncb of the
adulteratiod of this common " beVersge'oC-
curain untnartbevaeaiers mere having din
come very expert in conducting the frud,"
I Eye sbrqad r M wadujterate nBadUy,
carbonate of eoda, boiled : potatoesV
rice, and other things : are fused. - So
are sugar, butter and candy badly:
adulterated. '.The fine teas so, much
used in England and ..liked in this
country are delightfully compounded.
For the benefit of thoBe who prefer
teas , with a high-sounding title we
copy the following from an 'exchange.
After. reading it ithey0 will .have a
; ' 'a - m m
keener reiisn tor tne ."very. ,pest "iH
P f 'One large shipment known in China as.
JIioo mixture, but sold' in Ebgland Under '
the highounding tbamd'of .'Fine. Morhidg 1
Congou,! was' found xo be nothing but the
redried leaves of exhausted tea; 'mnch of
which had absolutely, become putrid..before
drying. ' 'Along the streets of Shanghai,
where it Was prepared," heaps of the trash
could ;be seen drying in jte sua, wHh dogs'
tea' is redried : and reglized - tn a' very in
gen jous, manner, littler good -, tea, and a;
great quantity oi mineral sucstsnces and
leaves ot various plants being 'mixed wih
it, rendering the color good and tbe taste,
not offensive,' and of sufficient strength' to
p83:nBiaCk lead for WackTWa, ibd Pib-
a. 1 f j 9- a - M - : .
eiaa oiue. mizea. wub sresa lumenc ana
cbina clsy; are also Used to1 give color.'" "
m will 1 for 2 one ;dayVsOt
course i in the SdutB we get onlypure
liquors, pure teas, pure conees, pure
flour, pure bread, pure everything.
But a word more." ; 8irieeT the above
wm, prepared . the. telegrapB brjngs
i.he aeW-rihlt ?in-3 Ohio 'butterj : lard
aua-' cneese are r ait aauiierateaif r w
alarinihgf igjtfien BiB'C
State"nLegislature wUttr takeTTsome
almost every artiole".of : food. was
tampered with aQd.doctored i h n"
71 The debates in" "the TT. hi 1 Senate
1 i. ,i e-a
Billee- Mahoaees M I urbisairig much
fub.a.!Fo instance; Senator Itlaxey,
rof Taxas, waa interesting in Bis om
'ments, according, to the State's spe
cial, upon the attempt of the Repub-
licans to ""readjust' "Senate 'offices
under the leadership of a Confederate
brigadier, ' who was the champion
xveaajuBier. xxe tnougnt tne mean-
Kastscovered.Maxey, calleq Gbr-
cam a "pitcniug.,mustaug,"rDecBuse
of his : boluog.frOm the Republican
party and pitching back. into it.
Ah5 'Senator 'vBeck? waa' eqttaity2
fl9 Jl3rl .i!215-2i'ii-U tLi.
amusiog sou wuiaieu woes ue paiu
his respeqU to ' the Riddleberger or
RidkelBarge (for it5isspeW MX
fwaysW the papeHfibe'Manmidar
I of thef Mahbney ' It W tdd ' good tobe
bittell'avlrine 161 letteYt7
Tiar. cecK arose ana stated, mat on ioox
Fag over tbe list of officers proposed by tbe
Republican caucus he noticed that of Bar
anda bf Bnsina oi the 6AdeH
1 ug 01 ytveaujusier, wuipa receuMy
tso inuotf buizlea Senatdr.HiiL was at
itfur jpsMwaass m imam wrj M. , vial?
05. ii a;nil
rtson H. RiddleOerger; 01 Virgi' la Naw
fcaid be,1 tbere - was a Riddleberger iri ibe
jast Virginia Legislature bo was the, aa-
l taor or.tbe Uitidleberger bill, wbica pro-
o.her side to inform me whether 'he is the
order, .however, that they may have time
to answer;' I move t he Seme do w" &d
j0urn ' Mr. Beck's remarks caused a Irveix
sinsalion in tbe irallerv. but did aol Dro
vbseareply." ' ' V 7. "n-'iJ'
Senator Joe Brown got tn a heavy
qw between Hoar's! two jiar) diced I
' r ' ' . , - .!! V"i
Ibe IJispcUcA's acoouptisays r
r(30veftior I3rbwfir elicited the adrfeiifiioh-
Inaltbe" Seoator front Massachusetts - bad
htmt recently Voted fur dilatory motions
to) ake diratorxjvotes treason. There
afnb mtTB'8talwa'rtnefl8 exhibited 1v-ahv
f jDrtinocrat .to idiiy haa was shtwb "-by the'
I j On iriday tile Mahbue excite men t
began afresh. -When his pet, Rid-
-i rj.i -fit :.:vv.:- it- ',i ,t f,..-.
delbarger, ;, came to . the . front as a
Republican candidate for SSergfant-at-Arms,
Senator Johnston,' of Vir
ginia made some excellent1 v points,
and Senator Jo. -Brown, of Georgia
took the right position- and showed
he was willing to fight tbe Republi
cans on their own ground. 1 It is said
that the' war will be - continued: thai
Ben Hill is sharpening his tomahawk,
and that some sharp personal onsets
Will be witnessed. The war will be
fierce and sarcasms and inuen does
will come-down as thick .as snow-?
flakes But neither as light aoV as fine;
Has there, not been enough of the
Atahqne,' rasping in the Seriate? If
te '-'Rebel Brigadier," is flayed alive
again public sympathy will be aroused
and a law will have to be enacted to
prevent f cruelty to .animals..
Bbne is weak enough5 when left 'to
stand alone or to be propped by hta
brother "Yepudiationist Republican
f ympathisers iu the Senate his ne w
allies,.- Do not make him a martyr.
Small men become immense whilst
thatTToW ;.t.J-;i: J.TlJv
I The capitalists of Columbia, S. C,
are. taking ateps to erect a large cot
ton factory. . . Charleston is " also
moving, forward .grandly3 iq cotton
ew Berne, Goldsb
Salisbury, Green8bpro,Elizabeth City,
Edenton, . Washington, Asbeyille,
Winston and other towns ought to
hare one or more
each. . The ' larger t towns ought to
have at least two or some fonr. The
sucoe8sf ul operation of factories in a
community is certain to create new
energy and life and to prove a bless
ing! to many hundreds or thousands.'
I Roscbe'Conkling and Mr. Robert-
on. the new aDDointee to the New
York Collect orship, are not on speak
ing terins; - Very 'good 1 Here is the
ap! the f Coinmerciatr Advertiser 't
Conkling organ, regards the matter:
I m aiv aivwviiwu wviuiuvtivu 10 a vaui vaxva
by every friend of. 8enatr Coukiiag, and
by the general public, as a direct snuo and
insult to him," and, i.ot only ibt, but, "iu
VibW of the fact thai f resident Unrfltsld in
vited Sir. Cunkling to Visit fdentor to talk
ver the sanation; thus le dioit him to be-
ieve thnt be would be consulted in rt-gtrd
tolMew X rx matters, tde action or yester
day must .be ConsttUed as .violating good
faith and as an open afcQaacetaae- peoa-
lop and bis friends .
P IThe1 New York
ooCtoo market is
only' fairly active, "' Cotton fabrics
are unsettled, and some - well-known
makes of wide sheetings, Uenims, cor
set jeans and ticks have been slight-
; reduced by agents. , Prints are in
moderate demand. Ginghams active,
ana men's wear, woollens, quiet.
The chances of an extra session are
growing small by degrees and beauti
fully: less4 Ex-Speaker Randall, now
in: Washington, says that he ; thinks
thWe.will not be 4pne. :; Members of
the cabinet are in profound ignorance
about it. , I ' - r
Solicitor General Samuel F. Phil.
lipst declines the, 'Judgeship of the
Court of Claims. I. He is unwilling,
we suppose, to drop from $7,000 to
$4,500 at one fell swoop. But it is
not every man .who can decline a
$4,500 office. . !
Ta ABaaoaeai the Coroner's
t The reeent amendatory legislation as to
the duties of eorqnera provides, ia a bill
passed first and separately, that the number
of the coroner's jury shall be reduced from
twelve to six,1 and that the six shn be' paid
for their services as other jurymen. ; . Coro
nJer's jurymWhava aereiof ore recei v po,
wmtoeratioavA second bill passed pto
jrrideS that tho coroner snall npt be required
- to hdidan bjquest unless affidavit is filed
war probably foal'play rsi the death: Tbe
bill further provides that the jury; ind not
the coroner, shall summon a physician for
fa fyidid' JFt:. a1: few timer. Theri
iQuVernof' BrowS. von are-firihr ' k"r
j f Ada Gray seems to have touch-
ea me popular near ; us vyiwia-ema .aod.f w
Raleigii.. Sne has alternately appeared for .
several nights is hepe JjUcaa .gjscabprper-
10 rmance We, Vnd ASaun lTtfg, Wde'ited
with unabatad fay or CAaflolU, ijt&ttr.
She bad Very thin houseS-Bere'. SsTAK.
I --iRaleish ,Titor:M't GebuT. vGa
Fuller ad L J.jXuUMiL -twill Dek Bar-.
be' sioie to mocrew ia-lt-inirei 4 f Abe. .
new county of Durham. ay, j
Esq ., has been appointed. bbe of ibe direc
tors of tbe Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asyiuaa, ' :
tbe place of Dr. T. D
uujj, w un una
houses in ibis DiaceMK". atioot 2.00 mr x
salef? at Mrshaii, beide baying aaont tn "- j
8ae ,n.t pft WfCfefwlrwcj-WSw1lsV it
,4nyuie ana Liypcnourg. t me alieo
tipo of : tbio paper has been called tb Mhtf
fact, lb there is, only one guarid id twenty
or twenty five convicts on ibe work of tne
rairroadWbea ibe Uw fequires one guard
Tn-brreen8borc Patriots ilt ia. re :
eoTWflt beetaiied :sM.(PonWjiiiritn LuCi.
&$PVi Mr,;4r)43 White, of ihw i
fty, be 'is the moat popular Republican
tVmastf sa c tee jittkta! Ur : rjmtm" !:
vqartisjCciilored Was oim .heavy -nmign to i .
bbit'i4ainst tile Pet Edituh1 The Ralejtfh' '
peinaie. are tnueo graitfiid : at?'fcmsi v
iJilure." - ffr undcrktaiKi thtt Mr W
? Best bra otia'lied lfrtni' -aa'ure'l1
ifwiraryTrtlrtiiniD Ofdere0'obj bt-:f
Iflre Jud Jjmu-tvWiikesboru oa ibe
7td day of April, to enj tfa & sera. Butord, ' r
oiyae jtoa LK;iin rroa remvug,- turn a :
President of -the Wesiern N.irih V,titn
RHilrosd- i Tbe directors meei a', S.litiburv V.
lukdayi bence tnis movement on tbe pari of
nrt :Bcsw 3 z-:.Au-i,i ui.j. t ui m toft) Ufi ;
i. . 1.. . - .. J -
i --'Concord1 Stin : Our town hasr : :
btconie latel quite a maik?t for .baled Jiay';.":;
and the bay wagons are now aS couituou on ; " ,
ur streets as coituo wai-ObS. Bled hav
bringafrom eaio. 75 cents per 100 poaoas 1
iq our. ma ab . -1 uebOtyr evening. last.
George W. Michael ' and familv toi.k the ' '
cars at the depot; tor a long." urney wt-st-- 1
wara.- 1 netr -aesttnauon is m ibgro, Illi
nois; at wbJch'dlace there is a Seiiremeiii of '
.old Noub Carolina; people NaT4-A;"aitrat -a
log . was being .tawed at .Fn)ig4 l Mel
cb'ir's saw-mill one 'day last ' we' k: and zu
wuoe going uirecuy tnrouttn ibe hr-art off n
the tog lhe8awen&iutuerid-a large fljnt
rock1. ; It made 'a chain of fire flv and
damaged, the -saw badly. Hww ihr; lock ,
came there is a puzze. V ' r 'r
'2 1- Charlotte Observer "TBe cook3 1
Jng'main between N to Oa-olina abd'Creor--' " f
gia.btgn 10 (Jolu mora day tbrlore vester- ,
day. . Oolypne fight came off the fist day, . '
iiua the fltihU 'SeVtn fiebU were bd ves, , i
terd ay. "N.irih Canliua winning Jonr.' E ght
fights wi 1 iak-r place-ttf-day.' iwafedtoar un '
.the main. North rOarolina siilt has fuur J
figbtS to win to come off victorious, while
Jeorgta ha fivei Iu addition tu thr regn-ij;
iar jignts a nuainer i nacK iJjjbis were bad
irolina cocks, Tnbs. W .Eeene has
ivoAiiuai. ait. m. .uii;u ncio Wiu uv 1 II r L II
already Ukea dates at the Opera rluse f or , :
next season, tie -win auuer xioVt-mber .
fi .-r -" Alice; Qates's .anunf b a wntteur s i
tq engage the Opera H-,U8e for ibe'-appcar ,
asce here of- tbis favorite at lan -'early day.,i-'-
-p Ooly.. 43 r-cbatiel Tmortgages received
or rt-eieiralinu at tbe office of the reeisier
of deeds -'yesterday - So il Stems that the
season ia not yet pyer. -- ; . t , , -w
t- Raleigh Farmer b Mechanic:
Although tie Dmviile & Rochiniiham
Kanroad will jinsert another, tuck -rnpe'-to
draw North Carolina products to RicbmH&d, 1 .
we rejoice to see signs mat tne road win be
pusnea to rapid completion ' - Bv be - -
by, the QuVernme wilifjnaka. a.mut-ike. ?
-boih-ro" p-tv-d a husuM-s- view.4f it -
displace Uoldeo - with'' Jim Uarris, lbs ne'
uro, as is reported my soon occur. ... An. s :
agent of tbe Postoffice Department was io
Rleigb no Mond.y taking senses as 10 ibe
Governor "More pious than pohncal," was .
the general respciose, .and "greatly to bis u,
credit." - -Several of n' firsiMerra Lesu- .
lutors were pozzied to m- ke out what dis-. ;
tingui8hedi person nge ly - buned ia ihe'r.
aortbeast corner of . the capitl purk. be .
tweeo the cranite "mmbstonrsltbere erect- : ,
ed. They were told thrse pillars wer-'8im-
ply guarding 1he flti "meridian; tablet " . ;
planted be' ween tbem mmy years ago by.
tbe jjoited States Government, to mat k tbe -
exact longi'ude, four cardinal poiata. -tc.
77 ine wurvr wn.i rocsea job tt 'CB M
ram, near Forest ville,- was arnsMmr yemr- , '
day. Tnere wa $100 tewatd ei Oool tbe
missiles broke a window naht in the face of -V
Charlotte . Observer Mri Job n
Conitl, uf iSnarn lonuetiiV, was SSowHJg i
a colored mau bow to. take bis pu-Ud; tof ,
pieces ana grease 11, tueoiner uay,'wnet- u
w.nt off, looging a ball ju bis b'gb.-'.r ltr. :
W. Lu Uuiiier probed lor the bait but did ,
uot dud 11J He ex facte d insiead. bowev. r. '
a weil-pre8fti ved tborn, wbicn bad pieiced u
blt. (Jonuei tbigb on bis lying down upon
tbe baiile ticid. unaniuhi. dunngthe war, '
aud remained there evi-r since Tbe
inquiry in yes'-eidav V 06ertwi b'tougbt out
tbe tact that sevei al gen- m-Oi ia tbe c. ty,
are paitially aiqunoied jvub ibe bistuiy ..
and' genealogy ot Mr. Edward Richardson,"
tbe ..Mississippi . Ci ce-us, the large&t : CollpUj . ;
planter iu. ibe woilo, spokcb of. in tbtue
col amus sever! days ago? '- He &sa3d to
Davegoue 10 fdissisaippi Irom Kuckuiabam ..
couui, 'where he .his a brotber still livintc, :
w bo: is largely eogaKd tb tb manufacture1'
otj tooacc . r A lewF-ys, ago Mr, Wsu,
S. F.'fLddeli,'".of Liddeil & Co' senior '
partner ia (be cnceru'wbh-u operates tna -
Lkldeit machine ebops ia this city received
from tbe patent office tbe papers giving Dim
ibe sole rigbt to ibe msui-ciut and. sale
if a new bead block for Baw-miils snd a, , ,
piston-pickrug fur bis open cylinder boiler"
rba ; special; Claim for tbe : bead-bloci is:
that it works 1 botn sides wnb'one leverr in
dependently or simultaneously, as my be";
desired. ;Tbe pUtwa-paekibg - aa improved '
attachment to be tii-idell engine. , ;
' Goldaboro Messenger: Col. Jno.
Dj Wtiiiford, President ot ibe Alia ntic & '
North. Caroiiita -Railroad, was in,'-toQ- s.
Tae8day, and we are pleased to learn that
tbis road is now doing abzcelieBt busi-
ness. - Tbe recent decline, to Cyllon :
has "fallen like' a 'bomb in the " fluaucial
world, and it is said that many a specaiaior-.
baa been ruined -by iu c The break ioeotton
is more Severe tban it has been at any time
wit bio the past, tea orfirtesa iyeare-iln -fact,
.it has not been so. low. in twenty-five
years, wub One or '' two exceptions, f '- .
Toe. WilmiBgiot Presbytery met at White" -.
ville cburcn March 17. 1831: and was
McMillan., the; retiring' Moderator. ! -Rev. ,
James Kelly, of tJlatkioo, .North Caio-,
lina,;"ww'tbea chosen "Moderator; and
Rev, Alexander. Kii kland, iem pojary clerk.-. ;
This m. eiiDgof. the Presbytery tbe.
largest in tht number of delegates present
tot years. , All tbe ministers ere preeeat
aud a majority of ,tbe churches were tepre
eented by their RctlibgElderSi' Much' im-
porUnt business was transacted. ? R-v.; -h-. :-s
MeF-d yen received a call from Belbcar
and Betopage churches and tbe pastoral re
laiioo was ortfered to be formed . R v. B.
H Garru ; tendered . . hia - resignai it'D; at
TrYbiievtlle ana VVbite flatus cbnrcb-s,
which was- accepted. ' Re 'BI F
Mrable was elec ed ministerial deleate to f
tne uenern a.saemDiv to meei; m iy, at
Staunton. Va.. wnh Rev" DrrCbipman as
alternate, t ALc U ?;Wooteii'i7E qo. of- '4
; wni-eaaii cnurcn, was appotDtea ca-uaapal
Ratmg Elder delegate, .aud a G.J Wowbi!
jesq., 01 v ttmington, alternate. 1 be irts-i
bytery adopted tbe report wt tbe committee'
on Revised Directory for Public Worship..
( 7 iibuoiho. j,yvws.t, ine . yauK oi
Seville hs' so" tar.hra'seasun''.'DaMiiiit" 1
ww tur ioo-cco soia at tne iwt.