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Address, ' ' ' ' i ,
ti MITH.BATCntLOR&CO.,, ,
SATURDAY. JULT ;i5, 1878.
Ma-.u Tf.rri VeL
SAMltKL .1; TILDEN,
FOR VICE PRK8IDENT:
THOMAS A. iIENPiUCKS,
WOU f R fTAia AT L t :
Wirt n it-Aor, V' . W.k.
I,VKA M.lj,EtCHV of Darldaooi -t
' bboomd pistbicv j ,
JOnV I. WOOTET, or Lenoir.
f . -f'TniB 6WTBICT, ft -jt
JOI1N D, STANFORD, of Puplla,
" ' rOTETH DISTBlCT,
fABlUS IL BUSBEB, of Waks.1
, - rim pwtbict,
FRANK. C. BOBBINS, of Davidson.
f . arx pistbict, -
ROBERT, r. , WARING, of Mecklenburg.
WILLIAM B. GLENN, of Tadkla.
,p .; ECTOC&iTp. STATS jnCHT.
ZEUULON D. V ANCE,
T II O A 8,X J A'-? T I s ;
4 OSEPn A . EXG EJJI A RD,
rot aitoRaBT Oiaaaat.:
' ... . or.wuoa. . ,,lr
run rf nucf aAlia I -1 If,
i ! ! roa ADorroK. -.
' SAMUEL L.' LOYE,
r Bpr,t. of icb. in tbvctios r
JOilS C. SCAUBOROUOn,
' ' FOR CONGRESS!
JOSE I'll J. DAVI8
. :; . or rBlRBMN. '
rnn w at omal aociiTioiia tx otbbb
3d D a'ticr ALFRED M. WADDELL, of
5tb :d tt?K
8 ?ALRSf of
t Dint a oi WALTER L. StEELE, of
7tb DiBTBicr WILLIAM M. ROBBINS, of
lmlaUt'4tin , .4. .
At a meeting of the Central Executive
Com!!?C,dJ,f Jlwno?!ti0 .Pf1
Resolved 1. That the chairman of
each County Executive tommittee be
requested to report to the secretary of
thia committee tba name and poetofBos
address-of each member of the same.
. . , . S. ,That each member . of . the several
eongressional committees be requested
to report his name anTaddress iu Jika
. manner ; land also to take notice that be
is ex-ofllcio a member of the State Ex-
ecu tire CotnmittoeV
8. That thia eommittes) urgently calls
on the conservative people of North
Carolina who favor reform in state and
national altairs to form "without1 tdelay
Tilden and Tanoe dubs in their respec
tive township or neighborhoods and
tne officer of all such dnb are reques
ted to report their names to the secre
tary of thia committee. . , .
. . 4.uat , ua i democrat!, paper
throughout the state, be requested to
publish tba above resolution. m'"
8. A. Aaaav Seo"y ' i ri
I can lift up these hands be
fore yon,, in the presence of my Creator,
, and asy that in all that time of war and
publio distress, and through : all that
period of temptation andj corruption
which, followed the wat, ijot one'dolLur
of dishonest ' money has' ever' stained
their palm ; and, lastly, I can say that I
never had a thought wherein self
preferred to the prosperity and honor of
my native land.-Ync's speech at the
We hop ti aes thrughout the length
and breadth of Nir'-h Carolina this year
a thorough and complete organisation
of the deioocracy. Mr, Tilian is going
lina, deeocrati want a place in the pro-1
A Tew Wort's T.Z ir At ""t Hayes'
The chief raer't !a (' -r. I "ayes' let-
iu t emctioaa
f.otn crush, j it,
that l.e will be tile to inflict upoa the
coulrj iLt8as-i ejul In length, nd
drearloesi to those of John Tyler. Our
weakebtand moat useless presidents
have generally been able to " shine re
splendeutlj one da; in a year. They
bxurs, more of hum!, during which their
messages were read before congress.
; Republicans! rofse io be pleased
with this letter, and take all possible
pains to Veil their JisappolntaieDt under
the guise of a cheerful tumor. There
are hosts of Mark Tapleys in the re
publican party this year. But they
hare not jet been able to show where
In this letter has added a uauHreadtli
to .Us author's stature as a statesman or
reformer. He tell ua that lle way to
reform Uie civil service i to make
"honesty, capacity and fiJtlity" the
test of fitness for olice,-, But, Graut la
said to have tried, honestly and persl
fcntljr, to Introduce a better t system of
appointment, but failed,' tot the reaeon
that Boscoa t'onkiinir, "a bigger man
than Id Grant." held Uie keys of the
New York custom-bouse, and refused
to relingulnh his powfr.1 Vonkliug and
Cameron made Ilayee the candidate,
add will control him If hit has the luck
to become president, . .When ' he talks
about reforming the system of appoint
raeut, be gabble of what he knows
nothing about. He should have coun
seled with Grant, who ' has been
thipre," and then he would not have
made himself ridiculous by .promising
Jle tells us of an Inflexible determi
nation not to be a candidate for re elec-
greater graoe , arter . election.. He Is
counting op thai ,6ne , iplltarj i Thicken
before the egg la warm. '- i ... v
i P( resumptioo he speaks only la gen
eral terms, and like the platform, remits
the question "to the domain of prom-
Has not been lotiaa on kara -money re
pnblioan, east or west, who dares this
year to Speak in favor of fle reeumption
act of 1875. It is a stupendous fraud,
and n intended to be. Mr. Hayea
alajiu 6U na firmer resumption ground
Qian those who have been called inflai
tionista, for he apeaks only for the
eomplishment of resumption by natural
and regularly mjoeaaivs) step, and to
this nobody ha any objection. But it
is atremendohs fall Irom'the hijh r-
sumption hone upon which he rode into
offloe last faU. '
For the south he speaks only words of
tenderness, and suggest especially hon
est local governmeota. . We can iuforw
Got. Hayes that the sooth is going to
attend to thia matter. . It ia diamiasing,
and will drive out, every mother's son
of ' them, the miserable carpet-baggers
who, ia the name of republicanism, have
plundered treasuries heaped up dsbta,
exacted xuino.us taxation, stimulated
murder and oatrace,r and robbed thoa-
sands of our fellow-citiaens of every val-
uable prerogative of oitiienship. Tea,
yea, the south will attend to this, Mr.
Hayes. Her the Word "republicanism"
is a synonym ' for every black and dam
ning crime. 1 And when , the ides of
November come' round, we will teach
Mr. Hayes and the army of scoundrels
who support him, that the south has re-
olT)d at last to enforoe honest local gov
ernment by repudiating the only party
that las ever mad of&oe th ref oge of
the vilest oorthem criminals. '
,,Col. Conkling, a brother of the
of Orantism, and one , of th leading
liberal republican of Jfew, York, speaks
f Grant as "covered over with corrup
tion as the begsar Lazarus was with
sores." And he adds : "Hayes and
Wheeler stand on a platform endorsing
Grant and hi administration.! Under
thesa circumstances, I cannot conceive
how1 the honest men of th party can
rally under their banner. For myself,
I shrink from all contact with them as
I would from the touch of contagion or
the embrace of death." ' J ;
lleverend Mister Anderson, a gentle
mad of deeply, darkly, unmistakably
Ethiopian extraction, who dispenses
high-colored and aromatic gospel In th
region round about' Charlotte, 1 an
" equal right candidate for governor,"
s&J confidently expects to succeed. If
h and Vane should both happen to
b elected, it would give some ground
for a ospiciod, already faintly enter
tained, that Charlotte ia trying to get
iip a corner In gubernatorial honors. .
Every riogmaa and ccrruptiofiiat who
ha been plundering the' government,
says th Baltimore Gaaetts ; every de
faulter who Its used Us money for his
own privatepurpose ; every thief who
ha been sent to the penitentiaries counts
a friend ia the president of th United
State. If there are asy honest men
left iu office he has said to them as plain
ly a be could aay it : Do not interfere
with the rings ; let tbe bribe-givers and
the bribe takers alone ; do not attempt
to introduce any reforms, unlea yon
wiah to be driven out of office in dis-
Governor Vance delivered here, ye
tcri y, te mo?t j w Ae.T-1 speech of hit
life. : i i
Ws u lerUi.e to tay that the speech
of Vacs yetter Uy aas in all respects
up to the highest standard of political
discussion In our stat at any time
within the history of the republic.
No one wbo beard him or who, will
hear him during this able campaign of
Wi'Wi qulaotU aiH''lS'iW.
vention In selecting Governor Vanes
as th democratic
-Indeed th lcUoo, waa oot an x
hlbitioo of the mere wisdom or policy
of tha : delegates themselves, for lbs
nomination waa really the spontaneous
work of th people at h .oe, under
whose Inspiration th- delegate i th
convention acted. The. nomination of
Vane waa not the work of th poll'
ticlans. . It was th united work of th
people acting In onaoimous concert of
public sentlraenL '
, Such a toDCtnt ation of th favor
and afl'ectlra of the wbol peopl of a
party ha not been directed to One man
In , North Carolina during' th past
quarter century of ur history ; and
therein lies the tuot eucouraging assu
rance of the triumphant success
Vance In November. Ilia election
consider as among the root assured
event of the future, and all th indica,
Uons of the day foreshadow It.'
: We have observed Governor Vance
closely for the pat ten ery aud have
studied hi u as a p uUr orator ; aud
our udgiueul is that ii it a ma of
more versstility of talent, greater re
source and fertility ef argument,-and
that h possesses the strongest revup
rative power of any gentleman known
to the eoile of North Carolina. Tbe
extent "of "resVmrce ''and'VuMrativ
power In Governor Ync b not known
to himself, or most Intimate friend
He Is constantly developing something
new In this direction
And to the quult'irs already alluded
Tnity of soul ot a ' genlat.Tgonerous
gitleman. . The magus tie Influence
his genial countenance, cordial Voice
and generous manner exert upon those
with whom be come In contact, if ap
predated, baa - never- been -over-etl-
inated. ;,,::; ; ?: .ii
1 Governor Vance is a patriot aud an
honest man. Th great love the peopl
of North Carolina give him In i bestowed
ou no unworthy bject. Nor has be
ever one forgotten to appreclat th
affection of hi people for him, lie was
never , unfaithful to a trust lepnacd
ia him by them. L Tbrou b.uS th dark
day of tha wr, Goverour Vnc was th
faithfal friend alike of the soldier, hi
family and the citizen in dutress. He
discharged the dutio of a difficult posi
tion in tha most trying times of which
th history of our stat preseuta any re
cord ; and be discharged thoa duties
faithfully aud well.fniS u, Wv.v
- Hi conduct was that of one who bad
aeternuaea to relieve a far a waa po
sibl the distress and sufferings inciden
tal to a state of thing h could not con
trol. Ha could not terminate the war,
sven when th doom of it cause wsa for
shadowed by every event transpiring in
connection with it- Bat he could clothe
and prevent from starving th North
Caroliniaus engaged in th struggle j and
he did. The high service, which Gov.
Vance rendered hia people in feeding
and clothing them ha never been suffl
ciently known'or properly appreciated.
Amid the wreck and ruin of the culmina
ting devastation of the war th high per
sonal service of Governor Vance to hia
people waa , obscured and - forgotten.
Thee acta to which , we refer, though
official from the nature of things, were
nevertheless th work of benevolence
and kindness, and should never have
been classed as acts of war. - '
From her Governor Vance goes Jo
visit th peopl of Smithneld, Tarboro,
Waahingtoa and Eden ton. W believe
h ha never met the people of ths Pam
lico and Albemarle waters la a political
campaign. T T congratulate hiin, that
he is going to meet soma el the very
best people that North Carolina, among
all her good people, produce and we
apprise ,' them that their coming guest
ia thrice worthy of their hospitality,
themselves and th occasion, i i. . .
. , . ..
Pithily and forcibly doe tbe Brook
tyn Eagls aay Reform retrenchment,
economy, the expulsion of charlatans,
thieve and ruffians from office, a vigor
ous policy on home and foreign af
fairs, th elevation of the whol gov
ernment and the lessening of taxes on
th on hand, with th decrees of ex
penses oa the other all the excellencies
inherent ia TildeniMS a - opposed to all
th arils Inherent In Grantistnare what
th country requires, , ;....
Toat staunch old champion oi right,
the Richmond Whig, says : Thomas
A Settl, who waa chairman of th last
eonventioa that nominated Grant, baa
been nominated by the radical for gov
ernor of North Carolina. That settles
it. W shall carry th old North State
for Tilden, Hendricks and Vane like a
TI.s i:::.iocriilI FJairU; .
The platLirms of both the repu1 "cao
Lul t'.Luoc.itio i ties avoid at. -apt
icg a. y forced k ue uj'oa tlie currency
queellon. Both parties seem to hav
yielJed to the growing conviction that
there Is no royal road to resumption,
but that it must be reached through
wis and economical administration.
Th democratic demand for a repeal of
that legislative ' fiction and fraud, th
ana ouispoaen conuemnauoo o a meas
ure that had no substance in It, but was
passed with Intent to deceive, by tbe
very tame congress that had one year
before passed an inflation bill. It was
fitting that th democratic convention
should expose the sham pretensions of
republicanism on th moat Important
question that has agitated . the country
since the war;' -' ( ...
The only other real lssae to wh!ch the
platform refer is reform. This 1 th
question In which th peopl are most
deeply . concerned jt this particular
junctor. They see before them the op
portunity to enforce reform in admin
istration, and naturally seek the party
that give them the strongest and most
reliable pledge; On this, question th
democratic platform, like the ticket,
give no uncertain sound. The central
idea Is reform reform at th seat of the
general government, reform In the
management of the country's finances.
reform in th sum and mod of govern
ment taxation, reform in th sxpen es
of th several department of the gov
rrament, reform in the disposal of th
publio lands, reform iu the policy of tbe
government aa regards the right of
American cltixens abroad, ' and what
will be expected of thoa who seek
refuge on our shores, reform ia nil the
grades' of ' the . public .service, and,
the . dominant party shall regard Iu
pledgee of reform, k This demand,
though not coming last, Is what binds
tha platform together and makes It In
reality n reform platform. The policy
of the republican party has been- to
rais fiila Issue snd put their oppeoeu ts
at a disadvantage, while they called at
tention from the pledges which they
DJ themselves' made With the delibe
rate intention of violating them. The
platform point out the two fal-e issues
which the republican party has raided
for their assistance in th present cam
paign.. Tbeyar the issue concerning
eur school and the Issue, with which
they hop to revive sectional hate.
W commend thia admirable platform
as a model document of it kind, as
proof ;of the ability of old-fashioned
Jefftirsonian democracy to adapt itself
to tbe new order of things sad mak it
elf equal to great emergencies, and a
the embodiment of those high aud pur
ideas of government upon which ths re
public s waa founded. It should be
printed aa a campaign document, and
placed in the hands . of every' voter.
There is no sham or false pretense about
it. ; WithJSamnel J. Tilden for president,
eery sentence and every word will b
given it fullest practical affect. Ths
republican party gave u a high sound
ing platform with vague pledges of re
form, but dared not pat their only re
former, Bristow, upon it, and finally
dashed cold water over it all by endorse
ing Grant administrationTr U that ad
ministration ia tbe republican ideal of
reform, to be exemplified under Have
and Wheeler, heaven sav the country
from republioaniam. If we ar to hav
reform, it must be throogh the election
of Tilden and Hendricks upon ' this
noble and square-dealing -democratic
platform. There is plainly no other
way by which to avert bankruptcy, re
pudiation and national dishonor.
Grant is sullen and morose sinoe the
nominations. There is no question but
what he ardently desired a third-term.
His"no policy" character caused him to
be distrusted by hia best friends, aud yet
Rutherford B. Hayea is a man lost like
him in that respect He is a negative
n, fearful of blundering and ever
seeking advice, and such a man is not
wanted at the White Hons. ' ,
- -!.:' $ "
While Custer's heroic- three hundred
a-ere being annihilated by overwhelming
hordes of howling savages, 7,052 sol
diers, infantry, cavalry and artillery,
were loafing around in the south to
meddle with elections and protect nur-
gers against bogus outrages. ' ,
Hayea,' the radioal candidal for presi
dent, left his board bill unpaid at Mrs.
Woodrnm's in Pearisburg, Virginia, in
1864.; .There is aery for payment after
twelve yean' wailing.
Many congressmen are sick ; but
whether tbe heat, new cucumbers or the
sickening revelation they have been
making be the cause, is not stated.
biroBTAjrf Niws roa
anderstsBd that the wsil-knowa publishers.
v. Api'ievop m Af., pew i ora, aare nearly
ready (or pablicatioa ths fife sad public ser
vices of Hon. 8 am i bx i. Tildxx, democratic
Bomiae for Ltie presideocv. with a portrait
k . I a . M L. .
on stseL Tbe work ts written, with tee ap
proval of Mr. Tiklea, by Thro. P. Cooke,
editor of tb I'tlca Observer, and will doubt
less bsve a krg sale. Book agents out of
era ploy ment will do well to secure territory
from the publishers without May. - ;
-- i.S A. ltm3,
- ' ' '
Victoria Las giren the JUog of Greece
a t ..rter. 1 I ; i.
Don Carlos and party are doing th
Harsh' testimony renders Belknap's
guilt vident and sure. -
- All officers of the 7th cavalry bav
been ordered to their regiment.
Speaker Kerr's health ia won and
little hop Is entertained of his recovery.
An original picture of th Crucifixion
! An American moo a ment on th banks
of the Seine to French heroes of oar
revolution is projected. . t - t ! ,
! Georg A. BickneO has Xeen nomi
nated for congress by th democrats in
Speaker Kerr s district of Indiana.
-Grant demands the peremptory re
moval of four of Bristow's appointee
ia tn treasury
; A coat mad by Andy Johnson in bis
tailoring days Has lost been presented
Gen. Coster was born in Virginia, of
Maryland parent, and never drank
Whisky, chewed tobacco or gambled.
Jaa. E. Wilson, radioal treasurer of
tb District of Columbia, has absconded
witn a large amount of publio funds,
j "Moody and Bankey" quadril', eon
Ulnlng "Hold tha Fort' and other
hymns, arc set as dancing music.
. C. Adams Stevens, vice-president of
in Albany bridge company, has been
arrested, charged with embezzling 1200,'
; Pern his had another of her little)
semi-weekly tern pes t-in-a-teapot revo
lution, which was sqnelcbed with a loss
or tnirty lives. -
The Brooklyn Eagle prinU a list f
leading uermans in that city, neretoror
republicans, who have declared for Til
den and Hendricks.
.The total admissions to the centen
nial up to and Including July 10, were
2,076,106. and. the total cash recelDts
for, th saniatlme 68ti30l50 showing.
in qany average or paying visitors
(flfty-lbre days) to have been nearly
26,000, and the daily average of total
admissions about 39,000. -
' SOUTH CABOLIIVA.
i ' .
Sharks and big sea-turtles ar prowl-
tug arounu v aatungtoo
, J. M. Byrd, chief of police of Fay-
sue vine, was married July , to Ails
Annie Aiarun.v. v t
The Fare tterlll . Wide-A wake U
going to publish Weekly doses of origi
nal campaign poetry.-
! Bummer Kherman pronounced the
t avetteville Independent the finest-
looking compauy m the Centennial Le-
: Bill Wilson, a darkey, eloped a few
nignta ago witn an 18 year-old daugh
ter of B. F. Summers, a respectable
tanner or iredell county.
VTh Charlolte Observer savs Settle
and Soiiih do not constitute anything
tike aa formidable a ticket as Dockerv
ana jiowmao or Ucad and JSowman
.a a .
would hav bean. n i
,, Cantelopes are sellina at two cents
apiece in Wilmington. Ob, that w
could move our boardimr-housa down
to I Wilmington, or WUminirton un ta
c . . . i - -. -
In a fourth-of-Julv oration it Ta.
iayette indiaoa. Uoa. John A. VTU
a tack stronglr endorsed th anthantir-Jt
of tb Mecklenburg declaration of inde
pendence, and pronounced Thoa. JeffVtr.
oo a plagiarist, And all Charlotte
exnitelh thereat wlUi exceeding grea
joy and braggery. : ,, .. : .. .
In response to a toa-t to North Cam-
no, at the Old Guard banquet in New
xorr, apt. J, if. Smith, of the Fav
ettfvllle company, ottered this model
of aenten tious brevity 1 "North Caro
lina was against you. Is with von and
wia ver be." That waa bis whole
speech and it elicited Prolonged roara
-i i . ..j ,i ..
m apptausv, ... r . ' . . . .
A If tnt TniXG INDEED.
Tb undersigned ha undertakes the
agency, for the United States, of a splendid
uum ui CABCBli J. Tll.niX. thm frreat ntrnrm
candidate for tbe Dresideaev.
' .TM oust, woicb la nearly life size, ha
been executed by'an eniliient artist, and
faithfully reprsduced In blaster, msklnir It s
splendid ornament and s most desirable
souvenir of the great reform campaign, for
wi increaioiy low sum of nve ooilara. f ;
Every democrstlc campaign club ought to
nave one. special arrangements made wita
those who wUtt to tske sub-agencies- This
win ue IDS best sellina1 article at tha earn.
paign,1 Address alt onTen or enquiries to
. ' J. R.REAV13,
ly!5-U ..) Times Offlee, St Louis, Mo.
; ' m ee hi "':
Ths knowing ar tb cotton quotation of
yesterday as reported by Lee A Wbitakert
10 104 " i
ii :.' i
X 71 .
Market quiet bat firm, oAerings very light.
8ales 15 bales.
If your tonsrn ia eoated or if von
have a bad breath, take a does of Dr.
Bulls' Piila, Pric 25 eta. .
NEW DCRKE.1 C.
8. B. STKEET, PKOntiEToa. '
Tb GASTON HOU8I hss. foe aeartv kalf
a eestury, aulntalBed a leputatioa aa of
tb beat Hotel at th South, which R full
autalna aoder th present aaanajremeat.
rarues Tisiung is Masaore at beaarort
will and tt eoBvanleet a4 desirable to
avian, la pasting, toth A them
Carolina, u4 rett at theUAsTuN,
rw Persses who come to the coast to feaat
oe tUh, oyster and ether good thing frost
the water, ar advised that New Bene la taw
aaett aa BMrtet e ths AUaatte enact.
jy s-U- ' -t--t-
.M fUAk A as.
JEPOKT OF THE CONDITION
JU Maleigk National Bank, of
North Carolina, at Raleigh, in tht
StaU cf North ' Carolina at tht
dote of lutituu, Jun 80, 1876
V. S. Rood te eear rlrcuktioe 0o'uoo aa
Due from other National Ba?ks.: ItWLM
Pus from State Rink and beakers l,!nvi
jKwmw, Aunuiim. eaa Bxtare 11C,WH,U
upraw ana taxes paiq
Checks aad athar caah IUids...
Exebangee for elearlng-haaa. ....
BUUof other NaUoaaTSaDk....:
BUI of Stat Banks..
IracUosal eurrsBey (UKludJug nick
el').. peel (mending gold Treary
J Bote).. ......
V. B. erU Scale of eepoait fur
' leiral-teoder, -..,....
JtedempUoQ fund with V. S.
Treaorer(S percent, of clrcu-
pa from U. B. Treasarer, other ''
thaa B per eeai. , redempUoa
j. ,'rv XJAJBILITIKa.
Capital stock paid m.. ...$400,000t0
Ottar Bnrtl Tided proflU , S3.218.47
Hatiooal Rank Botes oaUUsdluf . . .900,UX).U0
SUt Bank BoteeoaUtaadlng..... sone.
DlTidetMl unpaid 57700
Indlrldual depoatu sabject to '
Demand eertlflcate of depoelt.... 43.176.UU
Tlmeeertlilcatetof depoalt...... . boo.
Certlfted check.. son.
CaAkier' check ooUtaadlog 8.56S.M
UnRad States depoalt 79,811.85
Deposit of V, B. Dtabunlnf officers 10,168.13
Due to other National Bank 8,8U5.40
Du to State Bank and bankers. 1,270.05
RpayaWs....... ..;! aoae.
j ' Total....... ....11,175,867.78
Stavb or N. C, Coubtt or Waks. ss.
I, Charles Dewey, Caahler of the above
aaoied bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is tra to th best of my
knowledge and belief. '
C. DEWEY. n..M
''fcieserflM end wortb before me tht WMWr-r:.
tr uttaKLKB kuut, Notary Public. .
. Correct Attext t ' , '
'.i W. H. BATTLE, J''1."- i '
W. O. UFCHURCIL I Directors.
'l;Ti;t. -, ..i - ..;.! ..'V,.'.
The next (Ifth) seholastK year beget on
TBURSDAT, ths 14th ef Beptember.lSTe,
sod eads Jaas Mth, 1877... .
t ....... - . .
It tsrvMed fate twe -term -of four halt
Bwath each, epmmenclng the 14th of Sep
tember sad 1st of February. -
Board sad taltloa per term, tlOS. '
tor eatalogus and other Informatioa ad-
dm Kit, R. BUR WELL A BON.
jy S dtw w9o , ' Kslelgh, N. C.
AI.EIGB HIGH SCHOOT
The exerclae of this
school will be re-
MONDAY, AUGUST ilsr, 1870.
Itpr spares it pupil geaerslly for college
and practical penults. It offera, hi par
ticular, a full aud appro red course of prepe.
rNoe i or us university oi Horta Carolina.
Boarders are received, oa good terms, Into
the family of ths Principal. Ctraelars con
tain tag term aed yertlealars seat oa applt-
eattofl.. , , i r . . j (
H . - Rbt, 1. M. ATKINSON,
JySdtd CM. BOOTT.
" ' ROA-i
Leav Balelgh .....:.....;,jo 00 A. M.
Arrives at weldon 8 80 P. M.
Leave Weldou..... 10WA.M
Arrive at Raleigh.. ...... ...... 8 1 P. M.
j -rt - Tsaooaa raaiawr. : - '
Leave Btalelgh.L.l:..;..;.;.. B 00 A. M.
Arrive at Waldo...... ........ ""B fS P. M.
Leave Weldoa 15 A. M.
Arrive at Raleigh S 49 rY M.
RALEIGH A AUGUSTA AIR LINE.
Eeav Balelghw..'... BMP. M.
Arrive at CeiMeoaw.. 8 UP M.
Lear Cameros......... 5 80 A.M.
Arrlv at Raleigh. ....... ....... 48 A. M.
T" JOHN C WINDEB
JyS-tf , , BapertnUBdent.
AES COCNTT-IN THE SUPERIOR
Scmkoms roa Rsxitr. -.
Thomas P. Devereax,' Tnutee aymintl Joo.
ueverenx; Xx'r., a. r. Jones, r. J. O..
Miller, Nora Ceaaoa aid Rachel Jones.
THE STATE Of NORTH CAROLINA,
Toe are hereby oamnded, te rammea
Jeo. Devereux. tx'r., E. P. Jo, T. 4. U.
Miller. lora Cannon a 4 Rachel Jones, the
defendaau above aamed. If they be found
within your eoaaty, te he and appear before
the Jedg ef ear sa parlor Coert, at a Court
to be held for th eoaaty of Wake at tht
Court Hon ia Raleigh the 8th Monday
after ths Sod Monday of February 1876, and
answer th complaint which will he deposited
mth onto ef the dark ef to Sapwior
Coort of said eoaaty, withia tee day from
the date of thle summons, and let the said
defendant take notice that If they fall to
answer th ald complaint whhla that time.
the plaintiff will apply to the Coert for the
miei aenairaea M tne complains. '
Hereof fail not. aad oi Ihla isonou mak
due return. .. . .
Given under sbt hand and mI of aJd
Court this 8th day of March, 187.
- ! 4. X. BUS UAU, .
Clerk Superior Court, Waks Countj.
Boia r. M. Bca, Pirs Att)'.
NOR H CAROLINA, WAKE COUNTT.
BtrraaioB Cocst. Jobs Tumi. 187. '
x. r. uevereux, treste, i
Joha Devereax, KxHr.
This eaaas hetnsr heard e the sfttdsvlt ef
th plaintiff and tt appearing to th eUafac
tlon of the Court that Rachel Jone la a pro-
Kr party hereto, that a cause of actio rxbt
tween th parties, and that aaid Rarhel
Jose is a Bon-fveadeat of North Carotin
t4 cannot after a aearrh be fuand lathe
It I therefore orderrd bv tb Court
that no m moo b aerved by publtraUo m the
Weekly Sentinel, a uhmmt peMiahed e
Ue City of Raleigh, eece a week for tlx weeks
and that a copy of said published aeUce be
sent by mall to aaid Rachel Jon. - - --
)it a wow jkJKjra n a, e. u. ; .