T11E RALEIGH SENTINEL.
...... rcsustD .
UA1LT, WUrLT AND BEMI-WEEEXT
Official Onaa of KorUi Carslisa.
STATE PRINTING BINDING
i or icaacmirrioa.
Daily HenUoel 1 year In advance M 00
Dally 8ts month m advance.. .......... 4 00
Send Weekly M u ............. S 00
Weekly aeattael - - S 00
Tb Daily Humasi. ul be delirerad to
ay part of the City at Fifteen Csats week.
A X L'i R'D". V O O .
f; A Xfe DEALERS IsT - ';T-
CHAIN", HIDES, WOOLiTOBACCO,
nor, Eftgs, Batter, Cbesae, Dried Trait,
' feather, Tun, Lard, Tallow, Seed,
Bacon, Bean, Poultry, floor, Vsg
etables, Ae., Ae . Ae. '
WAEIHOLUK, 807 A J N. BROAD ST,
eprflT-wfta rV --.A v.. . .i S j,
GEAT MEDICAL: BOOK,.
aad BeereU lor Ladle and GeaU,
Sent free for two sump. Addrea.
Bt. JOemni MBIMCAJ.1RBTITDTB,
St. Joseph, Me.
NEVER BEFORE EQUALLED I
The Largest S took on
nZ-pznh R ecord.
C. IfJCf Kmi Mm IMtfrMrcf.
He is still at the old Stand with a larger
:. assortment of
" U. & CENTENNIAL GOODS. I. i
FOURTH icLTf CENTENNIAL GOODS-
1778, tiilST Si7lES,T;jai87fi.'
,' jkook at my latest Faehioa Flaiee and
ehooa year style,' ' ; ' " 1
CLOTHS, , 5 i.Vi '.!,;. '75 'A Ul
i: . i CASSIMERES, .'$ i .
v...;;,,., ,tH! ..frU-.r: surnsras.
In lot anything yon want,' Coma and
ea rn, I know I can suit yon.
j. t p'ELKBXt'B. ESTABIJ3IIMENT.
is at the old place, one door south of the
Bouthem, Exprees pffioe, w
I guarantee all my fits.
"'apt M-3nt ? ' ' OkWEIKEI, "
QEYDEL & COS.
WEIGHT ONLT 1 rOUliD, BEARS 1,800
POUNDS. PB1CB Of No I, K ,
A most loJcurlDM Cooeh, Becvty Swtsg Ac
u - fc-, r w S 't
areolar May be had by addroninf
" VAJT WART McCOT,
184 and 136 Duaoe Btreet, Mew Tork. i
- April T w8m. - - - ... -
. . nnnhtm hlT
Made any is n Ptra a Cut. lawet
aeenrdlnc to yoaf means $10, asa a $1U0,
! Vk rltBa. aaa brotiKK fren tor
tune to tke careful loveator. We adriae
wbeo aad how to operate aalely. Book with
full laforawtloaaaHraaa. Addreii erdV
J- by saaU aad telegrapa to .
- v n,T3 r BAITEBACa,
Bankers and Broken, 17 Wall 8t, N.I.
, laaHMawly.: ;. ": ,'' ' 4 t
A NOTHER CAR LOAD OF
, ; Jut arrivinr. ' Olre at a call. ' , j
F. C. CHRISTOPHERS CO., j
mnii i ? : i WUmtajtoa street..
SALE OF. VALUABLE LOTS
tnm,nvl ',4.'! i?if ? .
Ob the Brat Monday of Jane, 1876, at tke
Court Hooaa door, to BalelKh, , I wUI offer
- tor sale, to the highest bidder, for CASH,
TWO ACHES. OF LAND,
In the city of RaleUrbkaowa to the plae of
1 the eity aa lota No. 837 and SIS. Thl
lan la MHO in punuauee m um mi mm
power contained la a aKtrtrag duly regia
tered to Wake county, book 88, p(re 681. .
- 4 ' D. M. CARTER.
0 ESUA0EMEST8 '
. , SEE OUR ,
MAKE XO ENGAGEMENTS TILL TOC
t SEE OUR , ! :
Whiek to thrnitat" 'interest, sterilnr aiertt,
legaoce sod rheapneta, has sbeolutely no
equal. It I "The Thing for Us Centeaalal
period take on slcht.
The North Amertcaa Review say it I "de
errlng of nnquallfled pralee J we anticipate
for It aa extend? popularity": the Dubuque
Time saya "Juat rack a work a thousaad s
of th Ameneaa reopis wui ds tnaa 10 pos
tha uetroit Advertiser can It "tire-
t erable to any yet publUhed." ANT ACTIVE
MANOR WOMAN ot good sddres latured
larf prolts and steady work tot a year.
' Ear fall particular, address i
i 4. v, rUsU (j(X7 fsra riaee,
aprSo ; ... ,i s. .New Iork.
attl,SSpetl00Usi .! i :i n ?i
25,000 Iks splendid Baled Oat at 1 5 tper
i' I .. J. . - '
, Grata and feti Stors.
VOL; XXIL RALEIGH, N. C; WEDNESDAY MAY 31,
rosr Office dibectoby.
"cft'r ' ' ' " -
For tlie benefit of the public, we pub-
UaU tha following directory of tha post-
office of thi city x
Western road closes
.. . ... . arrivea
Eastern closes , '
" ' arrirs
Cltatham " cloaca
11:15 a. m.
1:2 p, m.
3:03 p. m.
11:45 a. m.
3:00 p. m.
9:45. a. m.
R. A O. R. R.-mad closes - t30 a. m.
J arTiTee 3:18 p. m.
Through northern via B. A G.
K. It. cloaSs - 9:30 a. m.
Through northern, via B. A G.
B. It. arrivrs- ' 3:45 p. in
Through northern via Golds-.
boro closes v . ' r. 3jOS p, m.
rhrough northern via Golds -
boro arrivea .. 11:43a.m.
Office hours ftr delivering mails from
7:30 B. m. to 6:30 p. ni.
llonay orders are. issued and paid
trom 8:15 a. m. t 4 p. m.
Letters can be regutered from 8:15 a.
m. lo 4 p. w. '
Ofllce hours on Sundays from 4 p. m.
to Bp, m. .
JJZ W. W. Uoldkk, F. M.
LOCAL DOTS. H
The Supreme Court meets next Mon
A large crowd have gone to Chapel
H Jft-ajJ " taiT. M4. " ? r- " "
i.G. Hester Is registered at the Na
la."E. Boyd, of Graham, .was in the
city this morning.
,r fcwlft Gallowsy, Esq., of Greene conn
tyilTat tha National i
fwtin Busbse, Master U & N., is
here oB a visit to bis family. " i
! A namber of our fair ladies will attend
tha grand ball at Chapel Hill to-morrow
night, j !
TlieCitiswis Cornet baud will dawouraa
sweet mnsio in thcr capitol stinarethia
John C. Partridge, a former citizen of
this place.died audduuly in C'ukago tha
other day. : - - . '" t
The dog-catching brigade are vigor
ous and active in their eOVrts to turuan
honest penny. .1" . ' :
0. 8. Parker, editor of the Ahuaanoe
Gleaner, was in the city this morning at
tha National -A
What kind of preparations are being
nude for the pror receptiou of our
state conventlonf . .-, w,-., ax
TbV man arrested the other day at
Lumberton for Scott Paxtin turned out
to be somebody else.
T. IL 'Fentre ss is running an Ice
Cream aaloon, wbkh he has given the
name of "The Centennial" t
Jndge Settle, of the Supreme Court,
arrived in this, city yosterday Aad left
this morning for, his .home in Greens
- I -V7, ..- lV . : t
Tuesday morning a number of our
citizens will leave here to attend the
commencement exercises at -jWake
The Sunday School of the Free Church
of the Good Shepherd (P. E.) bad a
joyous time yeaterday at the pic-nlc at
Milbumia. j-j.,;; -r t
- Raleigh Chapter, No. 10, will send a
full delegation to the meeting of the
Grand Chapter, which meets in Charlotte
eit Monday. -:;? .; l
" Bev. J.B. Taylor will deliver the lit
erary address before the graduating elans
of tha Raleigh Baptist Seminary at the
close of the present Sfswion. . '.
Sheriff A G. HilL of Forsyth county,
snired here yesterday with a republi
can voter for the penitentiary, one Isaac
Jordan, Col sentenced f or two years for
stealing tobaooo. " " f ., ':'t ', V, "
Major Seaton Gales' has gone to
Greensboro to deliver the annual ad
dress, before the . young ladies of the
Greensboro Female College this even
ing.' - - -1 i'-; t . i
The Raleigh Light Infantry go to
Norfolk on the 8th with the Rescue
Steam Fire Company ...The company
hold a business meeting to-night to per
fect the necessary arrangements. '
T. B. Purnell, StaUUbrarian, bas'rsi
ceived an invitation to attend a conven
tion of archasologista and neerologiats,
which meets in Philadelphia Sept. 4th.
All State Librarians have received invi
tations to attend, A, . , 1
Tha federal memorial eeremonies yea
terday afternoon were conducted almost
entirely by- the colored people. But
few white men were in the procession.
We noticed A. W. Tonrgecj, Albert
Magnln, Tbomaa Hampaoa and one or
two, others. , A number of cx-federal
soldiers went over to the cemetery in tha
morning and did their decorating. , The
U. S. soldiers did not parade, tmt min
ute guns were fired during the after-
noon. . . .. ; . . : n. 7! n ?
THE GRAND EXCURSION.
i TQ NORFOLK AND, FORTRESS
; vi, .,.. ;. mosboe. .v;;.i 7;,;
THUBSDAV, JC 8, 18tt.
' Tickets for sale at ' ' ; V -i
Williams' book store,
Encias' book store, "
, Creech's dry goods store, " " , "-
Nat; I Brown's variety store, v ... t
Bradley's confectionery store,
Simpson's drug store, and at tha Bal
eigH k Gaston rsHroad stations. ; -:i
PtKaaa Corbbot . The Newii of thia
rooming atatea Uiat the Sentinel had
suspended. This is not so. No issue
appeared yesterday afternoon from the
fact thst a suspension was necessary In
order to perfeot certain arrangement a.
The Sentinel will not suspend, bnt will
ere long appear before the publio a bat
ter paper than it waa in its palmiest
days, and as bitter a foe to radicalism.
j ' -
- Suiidat School t th PxjirrxjrriAir.
Last evening the Young Men 'a Chris
tian Association held an important bu
siness meeting. Tha main business
transacted waa the arrangement made
tu organize a Sunday School in the pen
itentiary, the authorities of tha institu
tion having consented to it. We under
stand that teachers will be supplied from
ths Association and th Sunday Schools
of the city. The beet and moat zealous
teachers will be selected. ' This is an
excellent movement, and we hope will
result "in great jpjoi'Tr-TW. :.' , it
St. Jobx's Pio-Nic As heretofore
announced the members of St. John's
Society propose to give a pio-nio at the
new ' fair , grounds ' to-morrow. All
Bwceeaary arrangementa to seeure a pleas
ant ,time hava been made. No objec
tionable party will nllowed to pur
chase a ticket, and tha beat order will
be maintained. Omnibuses will run
from St John's (Catholic) chureh to the
fair ground at 8:30 a. m., :10 a. to,,
1130 a. m., 1 p. m. and 20 p..m. At
7 p. m. a sufflcicnt number of eonvey.
anceawill be ou Ue ground to return
the party to the eity altogether. Tick
ets are only $1 a piece and are sold to
gentlemen alone, as no charge is mads
for ladiea and children.' , The afLdr
promises to be a very enjoyable one
ona that the most fastidious can partici
pate in. ' .x-.l-4r-'x--
LETTER FROM WASHINGTON.
A WKDDIXO in BIOH in
WAaHWotOK, N. C., May 24, 1870.
Editor Skxtiiibx : I have long in
tended to give yon some news from
Washington, bnt nave been nnsnooeea
ful aatU the present The weather has
been nn usually cool for soma time past,
for which reason the crops are; back
ward,. ,,(.''' ' S.
Last evening at 71 o'clock, Mr. August
Heller led to the hymenial altar Mies
Lena B., tha lovely daughter of our
popular townsman, Jacob Rosenthal,
Esq. The attendanta were Mr. R. Hoi
ler and Miss Emma Rosenthal, Mr. F.
B. Satterthwaite and Miss Julia Bowen,
Mr. O. . Crabtree and Miss Lizzie
Blount, Mr. a F. Ellison and Miss Eliza
SsAehwellMr. J. E. Jarvis and Miss Lida
Rodman. By 9 o'clock tha house wss
thronged with guests, each vieing with
the other in mirth and hilarity. Upon
fair faces soft light fell lending a uaa
sling splendor to the beautiful and ele
gantly attired attendanta, . Tha beautiful
flowers that were profusely scattered
through the rooms yielded a generous tri
bute of varied aromas that fleeted in lux
urious waves. A band was soon discours
ing the sweetest music, and ""ff waa
the order of the evening. At 12 o clock
we adjourned to the tapper room, there
to find a table bountifully ladened with
every rare delicacy that ingenuity eould
devise, acoompauiad by tha best old
wines in the greatest abundance. After
supper dancing was resumed, thereby
giving ns a fine opportunity to notice
the beauty and grace of the fair ladiea.
The first who attracted our attention waa
Miss Bailie Smallwood who, arrayed in
simple white with only cape jasmines
for ornaments, seemed the very embod
iment of purity and grace. Miss Mary
Latham, with her dark eyes and ready j
wit, next drew our attention; ana was
evidently playing havoc with the heart
of our agreeable young friend ,
who distinguished himself as the most
graceful danoer ou tha floor. Misses
Koeenthsl, Blount Rodman, DeMiller,
Hoyt and Gi ist were there, lending their
charms to make the evening pleasant
Miss Eliza Satchwell was as lovely and
attractive as usual her starry eyes cast
their melting glances principally on tha
intelligent face of ( who was all
devotion and seemed happy1 only when
oy ner stae. ' y
Just as day dawned, wa took our
departure, each affirming that the gen-
eroue Hospitality of Air. Kosentnal naa
never been surpassed, Wa must add
that the bride received many handsome
and valuable presents. : She leaves many
true and tried fnenda behind. Alay
their future be aa bright as their wed-
uing eve, - - .v.
If your bo wels 1 are ! -'costive lake A
dose of Dr. Bull V Vegetable Pills ; wa
snow oi no Miter meuxiue. t
x . sx jar Jsv
RIGHT WORTHY GRAND LODGE
: ,m ;;. . oood; templars, ';;".
BIOHT SE88IOH-THIRD DAT. v
i H V- ' ' li.. ..i ' .'.,;:
'. ' ..." 'I'" ,. ' " ,..
i , . Locmtille, Kv., Ms 2C.
. The body met' at 8 o'clock. Col J.
J. Hickman In the ehalr. , : l ',v', '
By the withdrawal ot Representative S.
E. Gladstone, of Scotland, the office of
Ttlsrht Worth v Grand Counsellor, be
came vacated. A ballot a had, and
T. ' D. , Kanouse, of Wisconsin, was
elected. Mrs. M. B. O'Dounel waa
elected Superintendent f . Ju vend
-Portland, Mainewas chosen as the
next place of meatuiCvi . - ,f
; A number of resolution and motions
were submitted, among them to leave
It to each juriadictiou to Jtriks put or
retain the word "tobacco" from t!
pledge of juvenile temples.
Under the bead of Good of the Order
a number or stirring speeches were
made, soug sung, and the meeting
closed with prayer by Her. Mr. Wood,
of Virginia, , ' . . ' " 1;
i.. , -.i rotTRTU DAY. V .-!
The body met at 9:30 o'clock.
" The committee on finance reported, 1
appropriating ILM0 to the. Bight
Wortliy Grand Templar, and 11,800 to
the Secretary for the past year's ser
vices. .: !) i'.i' ! . , .i 1 I .
A number of resolutions were Intro
duced, among them on from the Be p-
rasenUtive from North Carolina, ap
pointing a committee of three to pre
pare a new burial ceremony, and re
port at next sesalon.. And one from
the Representative (hm Virginia, to
do away with Chase's Digest as any
part of the supplies furnished to subor
dinate lodges. ' ' ,..,
Th committe to whom was referred
the declaration of th Representatives
from Great Britain, report ed In an able
answer, which was adopted by a strong
vote, and ten thou sand copies of th
report ordered to be printed for circa
lation.; ; ,' . ., 4-- -' 1-
Tha officers were then installed, at
the conclusion of which U. W. G. T.,
Col. J. J. Hickman, delivered one of
most earnest and eloquent appeal we
have ever heard for assistance in
tha delicate and difficult work incum
bent upon him tills coming year. He
stirred every heart and brought tears to
almost every eye. ! Strong men wept
like children, and when he closed, th
members ros aa one and pledged him
their hearty and faithful support snd co
operation. It wast scene such at Is
seldom witnessed, and all sesmsd to
feel it a happy augury for th harmoni
ous and united working of the thirty
nine Grand ' Lodges whose, represen
tatives participated in It. '. -
: At th conclusion of Mr. Hickman's
speech, a unanimous call waa made for
Mr. Roper, of England.1 He came for
ward after repeated urging, with the
tear streaming from hla eyes, and for
tome minutes ' was "unable to speak
from the emotion excited by the speech
of th Right Wortliy Grand Templar.
When he did succeed la gaining the
mastery of himself, h delivered a moat
felicitlous and effecting aequel to the
previous speech, and the effort wat
warmly received and gratefully appre
ciated by the members, among whom a
better spirit prevailed than had been
observed at any other time durlug ' the
session. - Adjourned. , it :
i ' ' " NIOHT SR98IOW. )
The committee on State of the Order
made a report, sUtini; that the order, is
to-day ihe largest and strongest organi
zed band of temperance workers In the
wortdVbeyTirged that th missionary
work of the order requires the ettab
lishment of a missionary fund, and the
effort to raise such a fund should be
continued. Their report closes with a
high encomium ou the character and
services of th Right Worthy Grand
Templar, ".,' ' I '"
Representative Knowlton, or Canada,
offered the following resolution j u
Resolved, That this R, W. Grand
Lodge send th8 IC W, Grtnd Templar,
Dr. Oronbyatekha, of Canada, and Rev.
John Russell, of Michigan, to Gneat
Britain, Ireland, or any bther Jurisdic
tion, t look after this , Interests ' of the
order of Good Templars therein ., j
Ou this resolution subscription was
called for, and the members responded
enthusiastically,: pledging 1 themselves
and their Grand Lodges for sach asms
asthey were, willing to gnaranUe per
tonally, and In many casei making
personal subscriptions. Rep. Kniwl
ton subscribed 503 in gold, and' hit
delegation pledged their Grand Lodg
for. the i tarn amount.' Other , Grand
LodBes war pledged ut qnal andlea
,er amounts! the whole J subscription
amounting (b 84,300
a, . -- .us.
Rev. Mr. Russell is a P. R. W. f.
Templar, and one of the rnot t earnest
and efficient laborers la th order.' Dr.
Oronhyatekha Is the author of the sub
stitute which was adopted by the R. W.
G. "Lodge In place of the English ' pro
position, lie was a.s chairman of the
Committee on the Declaration, and
made the report given ' above. The
mission is a strong- one, and will do
A subscription Was ordered to be
taken up anion z . the lodgea ai their
first moeting in October for, mWooary
work with aa especial view to India,
JFHwere ahown. yesterday, by our
young friend Ldiam' Meadows, silver
quarter, which at on time had been
converted into an Odd-Fellows' pin.
theooin was east la 1851, On the reverse
side, which had been amoethed off, was
the foUowing : "II. IL O., E. H. L.,
No. 1." Under the number waa the three
links of the order. The owner of the
pin belonged to the order outside of the
atate,aa ths E. R. L. is no doubt for the
lodge, and No. 1 in thia state ia Weldon
Th big excursion to Norfolk is now
the maiu topic of discuasion. Lots of good
people are going, and a joyous time is
ahead. The committee of arrangementa
hav taksn ample precautions to prevent
any disorder and mak th whol affair
agreeable to all who participate. Thanks
to the Rescue .Company for each an at
tractive programme.' '
- CARD FROM JOHN V.. RYAN.
.'. SALisarar, N, C.,' May 30, 1876. ; ;
- Eorroa Sarrwzt. j In your paper of
27th of May instant-I notice an article
under the caption "Arreet of an Iuau
rano Agent stating that the arrest
was mads at the instano of th Pied
mout A Arlington Life Insurance Com.
pany, Ac. Your informant stated aa
untruth. I waa arrested at the instanos
of ono II M. Stafford, whose applica
tion I had taken about March 27th for
13,000 insuranoe in the Continental Life
Imuran oe Company, of Hartford, and
thereupon issued to him the company
binding receipt for the premium ($197.)
This mouey waa reported to Mr. Rol
lins, the Company acknowledged man
ager, to whom the application waa also
forwarded. For reasons to myself un
known Mr. Stafford has never received
any policy from the Continental, nor
even a notice of his rejection. Sinos
Mr. Rollins discontinnd his connection
with tne Company I also severed mine,
since which tuns the Company has pre-
tended to refuse recognition of all ofn- i
cud sots of Rollins and myself. Ilenoe
the cause of 'action token by Stafford
against me. 1 have abundant authority
to snow that I was th aathorised agent
of tin Continental Life, and that Mr.
Stafford's claim wss not against me, but
simply t chum against the Company ;
also that hla action against me was taken
without good Ooonaet and waa altogether
unjust and unauthorised by law. i 1 1
bo far as handcufhng is conoerned,
that waa done at my own inatance. Aa
an outrage had been perpetrated on me
m my arrest I tntendea tnattney anouia
carry it as far as possible, reminding
Mr. Stafford at the same timet hat there
wonU be a "hereafter." . - , :. ! '
Aa yon have published uutruths against
me will you now be so una as to puniisn
facta in my favor 7 . , i
, l! .r ... Oa V. AttAX.! .
. 1 M j '
" ; -Died, -
At ths rettdencs of P. T. Petcud (her ev
Is law,) os Monday afght, SOth tact, at IS
o'clock, Mr. Margaret WUroa, relict of tha
lateMlle WIIoa, Di Mecklenburg county,
., la ths 7ta year of aer age. r 1
WHOLESALE CASH PRICES
:- !A CatTected by ' .
f . C CHEI8TOFHERS A CO. v '
Ralbiob, May 81, 1878.
esssaiL MAaZST. ' , ' 1
Cotton Ties. 64 cents.
now, North Carolina fAOO..' ";
Dors nninoeenia, .,' i-- j ,
; Cora Meal, ' rr TTif j
. Baeos, N. C hog round, lKgla, . ,-. ; -"
." harna I6(gl0.
Bulk Meata, Clear Rib Hides, 13t3.
" , ehoulden, "K' cents. . ,
Lard, North Carol loa, 17). i i
, " Wastora tierces, 1. .... i "
, Coffee, Prime Rto . ' S
.- " Good,Sl29. ' ; "''' i
. " ' Common, ..:....:.;:
Strap, 8. H.ai80. i . .. t
. Molaasea, Cnba U(5, ,. .. ,
., Bait, Msrshsi'sS-ab,..,.,;-, ., ., ,r
" Etsb',S15. V
' Nstls, oa batU for lot, $3.65. ' '' "
' Soger A. IB. h
I "'i IztiaCll. t - -r I
i, . fellow C. 0 l-BtSlO. .
.Leather. Red Sole ato-'t. . .. , '
' . OakUnned, 40. ;
' Hides, green, 6. - ' " '':
? " d-v.10. (
..TUrw7(a)T.:. , ' -.. ! -i
to atoes, nt 75 cents per buibel
" Irish. tnglOO - .
, Oat,. helleJ.es. ' '""-;
1 " iheaf, from wagon, 1. eeats.. '
baled 1.0U ' - '.
T Odder, baled, 1.S5. ' '
, Hay, N. C baled, good, WXiLOO. .
" Irw, perdoies, l.Vt. .. . ,
Butter, N. C, 3. '; ' ' ' V1
i Beeswax, SS. r " ':- '
- Bap,! .. . y.LTT:-TUlTJ
w nicked. S eeata. , .
Beef, oa foot, 6J((f 7c. T
" dressed prime, 7(c7. " " "j
Bras, per pound, S to 10c. . J j :
Pewter, per pound, f to 10 eta. - j ,
v Lead, per poand, Sic, m , . , J
Via iron, per iuu pouaas, our.
' AJtertlMBenU wmbetoaertedlathslMUl
Baariau. at ths fouowlnf rakes per square of ,
see inch, or tea m to loa Uuea. - -
' On severe one time $L00
" each aubaeoaeat Inaartlna .
lea than s week i... r So
1 square, 1 week S 60
- 1 saoath ,... 8 00
1 S months.,..,... 13 uo
rj s i oo
1 - -4 MM
1 " S - M tO
1 T; I... n 00
1 - s - asm
In what s ttrsogs bewQdnment do we
Awak scha rn from out ths brltfnlgbts
sletp, i ; '.., ; , j . ,
Our ttrug-sjuig eoBtclousaea doth grops
snd creep " t
Its slow wsy back, a If it eonld sU fit .
Iuelf from bond aaacea. Then memory
Llkeraddea Ufht, oataahes from h deep
Ta oy or griet which tt bad Uatto a
For oa; and by th Joy or grief w see
The new dar dawaets Ilka tha veaterdan
W are aachanged; ear UU th same ws
Before. I wonder if thb la ths wtv '
We waks from Death's short slsep, to
strunte thnwg-b - r ,. . ,
brief blldrmeot, aad, to dUmay.
Behold oar life an to ovrold ht true. ' ,i'
Malor Thooiaa Butler and
William O. Butler, the only two living
leuiDers or uenerai Jackson's staff -ho
were Dreaent at th tmitle aT Xw
Orteaus, trvwneari CarrolltOBirKv?-
Major sMitier u ei and Ueneral Butler
ia H6 veara of ara. Tha Ulior
candidate for Vice-President on the
democratic ticketln 1848. - - ; .
A ticket csomnoaed of Tlhlen aiwl
Thurmau would be th most powerful
in Ameiica, u tne ambition or friends
could make the necessary concessions.
It ia dear that New 'York. wlUi hr
five millions of people, it Indispensably
necessary to a uemoc ratio victory ; ana
If Ohio should aidwilh. Thurmau, or
Missouri with Broadhend. for ancoml
place, the nominal ton ( would strike
terror into the disorgaa zed ranks of th
republican, Louiiyf.le Cjiuier-Jour-ual.
Cem, ' , .
Th Madrid irorernaliit had urtaMd
to aeod thirty i thousand soldiers to
Cuba in a few months to suppress that
interminable Insurrection. Since 18C9,
the date of the beginning of thn' trou
bles, Spain ha sent about 125,000 mea
to tha kland. and the snaurirenta LiU a
larger extent of territory than ever..
884 BOWERT, X. T.,
to whom was awarded the
for the best Elaatle Truss aad' Supporter at
the hut teuton of the
GREAT AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR,
eure a rupture ta from 30 to 00 days sad
offer 1,0U0 dollar for a ess thy. cannot
cure. . They employ a
:7AST CLASS LADY SUliOEOX
Term moderate. Casea ruarsateed." Or
d erf piled by mall. Examination free. The
amial dieoant4 to patron. . Send H cents
ror aeampiiTe tiooa to
fror. W. U. BUKJillAM, M. V.,
niarSS-dly : . ,. , Chief Surgeon.
- MiaeaaL's Orrtcs.
Ralbiob, N. C, stay i, 1878.
47 rst II siua taiasrr oiunuaj jvbsbj awtuj
the City of KalelKh will pay W cenu each
for all doir put In the City Pound far not
bavins: on a llcetue badge. Thf dog will
be killed on the eiplratloe of ' three day
anle redeemed b their owner.
loz badirea can now be had si thl ofnc
by paying ths regular dojf tax.
miylSlw. ' Ctty Marihslr
T O C K ' ' P '" E " A .9,
mi Bua' ela 'of verv flne Black Pea 'is.
eelved snd to arrrre, cheap for cub at '
. . . Oak City Granary and Feed Stors.
C'- '" ' O " '"'" i'-M X ,
! I ....'mi ti -1 ..') t-i'.r.
Comhii snei going all the -while very low for
Greenback or 8firer promUe sr aot' ear-
S: it i
T'l i ' " ' GATTIS A JONES'i "
W'holeaal Grain sad Feed Store,
i .i."- ,- , ,...,i'.'.i
:-, , , OppoJts Dr. McKee's Office.
f ,x., , !,;. v . . , .
f r- - .T' ,., ,
Ths present warm spell will cause a
demand for our beautiful '
' ' .v t . . . i ' ,. 1 .
TLAID AND PLAIN LINENS,
- SUMMER MOHAIRS,'
PRINTED LINENS AND LAWNS.
All of which, we ars now rooeiviag a
freah supply. . , ; ., ; .. . , , ....
Also for the gentlemen a full atock o
the fashionable -i .-.fr i -; 3, . !
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MACKINA )V-HA T
i. r.t .'
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in stversl stylcf, and the rtraw and
color! ventilator ' ' "; ' ' ,. ! ..
: i .- .-. t -
... . .-i..r-1. i' (.'
k eui cf "1T (early summer) Silk
. ' .. :i ; ... ; .. ; : ;
Hato at 3.60 . . .. . . .
apt 14 W. Hj A R. S. TUCKER
V .!.U'll . ,"111 1-51.'
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