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5j!hi Olhalhn Record
THUUSDAY. J.VNT.UlV 1SS1
H. A. LONDOIJ. Jr.. Editor.
. days: It seems incredible that any
HAl'PY NKW YEAH! human being could accomplish such
The. KFCoim extends the greetings ti feat. This is four miles more than
of the season to all its readcis and win walked hy Vint, some months
wishes them, eaeh ami all, a "Happy , ago, who then made the bet seme
New Year" 1 Ami yet before the that had ever before been made in
year ends, so many will have found it ' any previous contest. These contests
anything but a happy year. II is ' ie not only sonseless, but are cruel,
fortunate for us that we cannot peer and should bo denounced by all de
into tho future ami seu what fate cent people.
awaits us. As it is we all now begin .
another year full of Lopes, and but K 31 1 (ill ATI ON KXTKAOKDI-
few fearing that they will not see its
close. Some of us, however, will not
see its close, but who they are no man
knows. .Should not this fact aduion
i ill all of us to be prepared ?
A XEU' UAILUOAU.
A railroad is projected from H llson
t-iA Fayetteville to Florence. S. C.
It is tliought that this road will cer
tainly be built. It will bo a so much
shorter line than the present Atlantic
Coast line i Wilmington. Such a
route has been spoken of for a loi.g
time, but now work is about to b.-gin.
Next week two surveying parties will
leave Fayetteville, one to go via
Smithfiold to Wilson and tin- oilier
to run the line from Favvitcvillo to
Florence, as we learn in a letter from
Col. Fleming Gardner who is to bo
the chief engineer. If this railroad
is built and the (Vpo Fear ilc Yadkin
Valley road completed as now con
templated, the two roads intersecting
ftt Fuvetteville will infuse new life
into that good old town and rebuild
her waste places.
MOT AT PLYMOUTH.
Thfi people of North Carolina, both
W;U'k and white, are so law ubidii
aad it so rarely happens that an olli
cer of the law is resisted, that every
body was much surprised to hear that
a riot had occurred in one of our
towns during the Christmas lmlidavs.
lu tho town of Plymouth, in the east-
ern portion of the State, on the dav
before Christmas some negroes were
arrested bv the constable, whou lie
.ii. .1... i i , i j
"uacheu to n mrge crown oi
them, wounding him and three of his
liOKSn Iwliom lu I-i.l tiMiniiioti.. 1
posse wuoiii nt l.ui s.imnione.t to
his assistance), one of them dying
from his wounds next dav. The "mob
took posssessiou of the town and the
greatest excitement prevailed. The
Mayor at once telegraphed the state
of affairs to the Governor and asked
for troops to tptell the riot. The
Governor promptly ordered three or
four military companies f:o:n the ad
jacent towns, but before their arrival
the Sheriff with a posse of 20!) men
had dispersed the rioters and arrested
fire of the ringleaders These rioter
were negroes who were employed in
the surrounding swamps getting out
shingles, and had come to town on a
Christmas frolic, and having indulge.1,
too freely in whiskey iliey became
tiuruly and guilty of this disgraceful
riot, we nope that such a summarr
and severe punishment will be int.'iet-
ed upon these rioters, that we will
have no more riots i-i our btaid old
State for inativ a day.
out PUHiIi: SCHOOLS.
e publish in this issue a most in
teresting coi'-munieation from our
very zealous county superintendent
of public instruction in regard to our
public schools, to which we invite the
careful consideration of our readers.
It is very true, as stated by Mr. Law,
that it makes no difference how zealous
and faithful may be the school ofii
cials, no system can be successful
without the co operation of the pen-,
pie, and we join him in urging them
to give that co-opcratiou. It is a
lamentable fact that our public
schools do very little good, and iu
deed this little rood is probably conn-
terbiikneed by the injury they ,1,, to
private schools It cannot be safely
asserted that the pubh schools of
North Carolina are promoting tlie
cause of education to uny yreat ex
tent. Many reasons are alleo-ed for
thia sad condition of nllairs. Mr.
Law suejejets that 'the ,'iadc of schol
the teachers must be
raised," which is a very proper sti"
gestion, and we cannot have bolter
. ... 1, . . , , 1 1, 1 .
sehools until that is done : but that is
not all. Increase their imv! The
present pittance paid to our
is simply disgraceful and ri
is simply disgraceful nn.l ridiculous.
They are actually paid less than the
. ,, , , ,
ctuiiiuou laborers who shovel dirt on
our railroads! We certainly cannot it
hojie for successful public schools
until the teachers are paid a reason
able and respectable compensation.
I 'of TV i lo not. lilt elli I liou- to 1 1 w.
... . , ,
cuss the public school system, merely
wishing to call attention to the com
luuuicatioii above ineiitioned, aud will , -
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puousii wiui pieasmeuio oiaei sug-
gestions that Mr. Law promises to ter
favor us with, for we know of no ,
inorw imoortai.t matter that can ou.
- ... ,
gago the attenti.m of our readers. , jn
In pedestrian contest that look
place last week in New Yuri; the win
nor, ft ma'i named Fitzgerald, made
the unprecedented dit-tanee of live
hundred and eighty-two miles in six
During tho past year there has boon
n:i unprecedented exodus from the
old world, the number of emigrants
... ,. .. ., . - , ,
amvmg m the I nited States o,,ng
'larger tli.iu during any preceding
veur. At the port of New York a'one
(l,o arrivals for the year were nearly
four hundred thousand, over a him
dred thousand more than last year.
Tlie cosmopolitan cliaiach r of these
new settlers in our country may be
iiiiiigi.'ied when it is stated that over
tii'ty different nationalities arc repre
settled, embracing every land ami
dime in Europe, Asia. Africa. Austra
la-.ia and America. The largest num
ber came from Germany . and the next
largest from the British Isles. The
great bulk of these emigrants e,i
West rind aid in building up with
such wondc: 1'ul rapidity thoM1 great
Western and Nottli We.-tein Slates,
while but few. very few. I'm 1 their
way i the Smith, where a milder cli
mate and a more fertile soil 'invite
them. Could this stream of emigrants
once be turned Lu this direction they
would continue to conf in countless
'thousands, until our own South land
' would sooti beconi,- the populous most
portion of the Union.
THE EXPOSITION CLOSED.
On last Saturday the International
Cotton Exposition at Atlanta was
formally closed with appropriate c
.monies. Gov. Colquitt delivering
closing address and giving the signal
for stopping all the machinery The
"P.vnoil ion tvw l", it-1 1 1 1 1 - inn. mil fill
Oct, ,,r but . Ud not get
umi'T ma neaawav unui neaiiv a
tnouth thereafter. Ir is estimated
t!l,lt 11 H"''"b-r of a million people vis-
ityi1 tlu Exposition, ami the -ale re-
cern ts amouuted to about SlOiUMil.
Notwithstanding the heavy epe:t.-.i s
the debts are all paid, and the stock
holders may get something like
twenty-fivo per cent, on their sub
script ious. so that this Exposition
was a great or financial success than
the great Centennial j Exhibition at
The crowd that visited the Exposi
tion was unusually replesentative in
its charactel. The legislatures of
throe States, went in a body to the
Exposition. Among th- high ofli.-i.ils.
who went there, were l ight Gow rnors
and thirteen Cnited States Setiat r.
No om; went tie r'' without bi itiu'
l'1,,:s"'l and grat itie 1 at its gn at so.
Hid it ha- undoubtedly been
the most beneficial evcin t the out ire
I'liion that has occurred siiue tin
war. n nas none inueti. very much.
towards ellacing sectional animosities
and producing a better an 1 kindlier
, ,. , , ...
feeling between the people of the
North and tin
people or loefioutli.
tothoSoutu more particularly
has the 1a position been beneiicial,
because it lias been the means of
showmsr to the world her wonderful
which will now attract iminbratioii
and capital to aid in their further de
(ooi! Hail road Work.
Jf-.j W. A Heiirne has recently
gillie over the road bed of the Mid-
land from (b.ldsboro' to Smithfiei ,
and thus writes to the News ,t OI,'
server what he thinks of the work:
"Tins Midland pr j-ct is not the
dlvRin of a visioimrv eiithnsi'ist, but
a hviii!? reality. Th old Atlmtic
and North Carolina Ibtilroml, from
neanfort luibor todoldsboro, ninety-
live miles, has been mer;e i into the
"If. 11 ... 1 1 ....
.uiniiiii.i, nun us eMeiisioii, 111 me 1:1.
Jeetiun of b -ilisluiry, has been grude 1
,u"1 IrctictUy lirided and tied to
';' -I'-hm-ton cniltv
,ilht""e-H of twenty-two miles, mid
uow ouy the iron, the UVUh
consular invoices of two shin loads of
which are already iu the hands of the
VV" " . "hU''u8 at iJ"aufort.
ecu over the entire lino of
nil road work from Srnill,ri..l.I
Gold ,horo, and nothing approschiu"
Liim ever f. lien under my observa-
llie ra,,mo aQd fond bed are
ii ui.-o. i-msw iu every respect, vvinie mm Horn llm aval t'omtnittee onrned. 1 tie bull. ting took lire ol
iu tliH malterof superstructure, North due igard f r his own credit ought nniht instantiy. The lighta were
Carol I Uii and the South have never I Ini'i- liim l.ii.nU it i.nl.l ,. M- i.cnrlv ull eYtinmnKhed lenvinrr the
Marin aneli 1..11 u-.i w n ul : in . I
.i,. . , . , i . .
trestl 8 ara fHirteen fee t on top, nfu-r p'
bui; Aiiiuu-lll IUI1II1 111 HI II HO Ili-i leu! I V
T'"'"n u" "'. "o p.-tfueily
fitte.d and braced as to defy an aeci-
..ii jf jr.i.iu- .mm. iup
culverts, etc., sre of the same eharao-
oi work, and Mr. Drown, tho su- to
ru.ieiiueiit oi structure, lias the '
i""" .i ". tctioii ot Knowing insl lie
,- e,.i i i. i,
Our Washington Letter.
IFr.-m our Kis'iil.'ir l'irri,"iiil!'Ut.) .. . .. "
, Navy, besides ft preat niass of sean-Wasiiim-.ton,
D. C, Jan. '-, 1- j dal connected witti its expenditure
The L'l limblin.'. Ion 1 ami dr( p. . has a grip od tho proposed new Navy
over Speaker Keifer's Commitiecs,
which Las been going on cur since me .Appropriations I'omwiuee is or
thev weru announced, has not yet f-nuized in the interest of liberal ex-
iha ed, and the n. ore the subject in
lii-cus.-ed mid eximined tho more
and gieid. r me the causes found to n reputation for resisting extrava
exiit for this niiiv. rs.d disapproval. -giiiicc, and the Military Committee
Mrtuv lb publicans and (ill tie. IVmo- is constructed to tarry out certain
fiats find t.huu'.lant re ison to tie- schemes, of which that to put U.S.
iiouiici- this piece of woik. It is not Ornnt on the retired list is one.
altogether that this or that man has Henderson, nn ardent Grant man, is
been favored or overlooked or that nt the bond, and McCook. who intro
any particular Slnto has secured uu- dueed such a bill in tho last House,
dim com-ideiiitl'iu, but it is the gross is second. There is a clear majority
partisanship manifested and the base ;"U the Committee in favor of pension
schemes advanced, against which ' i"g Grant, to secure, which tieuer.il
there is mi much indignation. It is H isencrans and others were placed
true that cvtl.iin interest in lYnu-'in retirement, Uosenenins wanted
svhania have such bberal rnuest u- to bo on the Military Committee, and
U-ion on tho (Vmittee as amounts
limt to control t lefjislatum; but
wh-n Don Cameron pwuog th Kev-
,,! pv the t;ul
j.,,,,;,,,, it, on 1;,.i,,-.r hill,s it
ws expected that unlimited pledges
had been made. So there was uo
snr; 1 i.-e in that. Hut that the entire
hivoiir is an Admiiiistni'.i.'ti-Stahvart
oiganiz.iU"!), tin re is unreason to
doubt. When Keifel's friends up
pia'ed to the i'rit-ident f. r .Vdininis
ir:itii: snpp.iri, they promised every
thing; auO when Mi. Arthur told
thrill to "see Cameron," it w is 11 bar
eftin. And in pursuance 1 f this bar.
j.'iui: laet omniittees liave lieeii tixeil
Neit'her Mr. Kasson m'-r Mr. iliscock
I'tiM have ever iipjealvl to the
Fr.Mdt-i.t for aid. and Mr. Keifer bek to the New Aork and Southern ! ..barring them with the fraudulent
was the ordv camiidate liuvi:," iuit bladway and 1 olographic Construe-. oollectioii and return of p nsiou.
fttreivth that the Fre-idtnt could tU"' -'''"V?- to bv held as the jues-' Th(. fmu ,1(lh i.Hll T(.,rU.., M vw
Few pei i. le not persona' ly ncipfiint
ed with the methods of bgndatii-n
iin.b rstood the fail power of Com
mittees or the importance of their
coUftrueti n. At presuit it imiy be
said that the t.tat.dii g Committees
control legislation. It is next to im-
os-itde to get through the ltotle l'l'
Senate :iuv bdl that tins not secured
the approval vt the Committee to
wboTu it n.oivpv beloii
may be introduced aLd put on its
pa'sago witlioiit rt fcretice to a (. oiu-
mittee. H it this uhno.'it never iisp-
pens to any measure of importance.
If the Committee to who a it is refer-
I'.l Ii lioit ilAilmst. O il id I1H ir.i.nl no
a.-.i I. The u.-.tanc-s ,,f a snccesful
defiance of a Committees ilii.irovl
are s.i rare that an e.-c ineof this Kind
ies I. ,t ii i" I Villi it U hIiTii
ics tutoiic.,l. And it is, also,
.,.,,,, f ,. ,,.,, ita, ro
oiniuon toi a (. oinmittee s jec-
i..ti....o . i.. ,i; 0,i.i
n tatior.s to Ue tlisreg ai .led.
Tie weight of a Commit toe, for
fl oi'lll ii till! la i-mir.v.illt.' r,iii.ui.ti.rn.t
7 ' .. ; . "r . . ,
. , t
, . . . ,
wlmbv due to what mnv be cousnlei-
t.tj tu", jr luoni- iLillu.IR.e. It would
, ,,e, f.etlv competent for tho House
to vote down any Committee, to dis
'r, no ieeoiiiun.ii.ii.u (Us, to oe-
btroy the bills which it has peif. cted.
Slid to reeoiistrtU't, ill open House,
the schemes of law rcpoited from the
( 'oinmitti o room; Put this in almost
never done. Hence there is r
reason why 111! inter sis aud all hides
oi a tpicsti 'ii should be fairly lepie-Miit.-d
in the make-up of these Com
mittees. To illustrate the unpfirailed paiti
s.iiiship of ;',u pr-went ei -gau;. nion
let us take the Committee ou Elec
tions, one which pusses upon ques
tions of th i highest privilege the
righ' i f a Me.nb'T to his sent. All
parties have a li-l.t t j expect tint
i iK'h a Commitiic will he hi consti
tuted as t i inspire eoi.tidcncc that it
will give nt hast mini' show f.r fair
play; but in this Congress that Coiu
mntee h is l en "org inixd to con
viet" to mi-it several J)etuocratic
Members from the South whose, eases
are h! rea.lv pn judged. Two-thirds
('.in. mittee nr.. s r.ii.rli l.imt
K..p,,l,Jic l!ls ,..d of the other third
one is a n-inii ib-ailjii'.tei-nnd nn-
0 tvenhacker with decided
lleniii l:enn ntViW'Oi.ma Tin .,,..
' ' "'r".
, v ,. ,.!,.,.., r.. 1 ,..
intimating that th-v will male fchoit
'"Voi'k of ci
.inD. im.eraticConj'K Fs-
lu' ", t
li'.i th.. contests are mostly
4 ... 1 .1 .1 .-
liner 11 was ioumt that L.., 11 -te.su
would be Kepu1 lie in. And co llm
ewe flam Is with other Committees.
1 I'll nil W.'IVO II 111 1 ll,..,,iu .I.., .
Contiols the tar lT mid subsidb'
stands tt n protectionists and thr.-
tar:n reformers. A reasonable, di
ptition for fair play, or even a iie.-ire
o ciiiifttitute an intelligent Commit-t;-e,
would have led the Speiiker lo
lb't Mr. Hewitt, of Xv York, oh
W".v- -b ans Helms had t
f u'Srim' Srv'?
scale, tin I is one of the few mi .1 in
C .nere-s who have t In roiiirldv stn l-
led the taritT ipn siion. Btanijawell
it, formed mm and sti el muster. Mr
Hewitt would even have been very
ns, fu! on t'ne Naval Cmmittee but
. . . ...
ne s placed on the insmnilieaiit
Commi tee, r.uild.tigH mid
and m. where el-e.
5lr Whitl.or.ie, chairman during
two sessions of the N'l.al t'.iiiiinittee
and an nn loUe,ily ablu and honeM
man. with reat rtnowm.,. ij dr.,,,.
ped from that Commit:' entire!
and appears at the tail end of
Committee on Levies. I'.ven
r..,,n,,lM.u I,.. 1 11: 1
Ib.b.soii's iusl.'.dmiT.istr..tioii of 'the
Navy, aud if the Speakur has any
ri'n n other than this for dropping
. t l , , , .
, "!"' e. r.,,.. ri-
- Mencod Member of the House,
WHO or 1 III 1 r.er. t ;i
who. f the Appropri ttions Couin.it
ten in other sessions, saved the conn-
iry many minions oi tlo
vigilant and coiirn'-e. us opposition
joba mid who earned the tiilo of . as
U aicbdog of the trea-urv," is dis ;
covered, filter long search, on tlnv
. . ... ... .
War Claim, a very ,
inMjjtiidoant and uniufluential place.
On the other lmnd, Mr. Robeson to
whoso efforts, as everybody knows,
llip cnu lit t c nwiii i I a nrnwunr urnrt lilnaa
in no less tlun three Committees.
penditiires ly pin ting oil Hll the old
Members who have heretofore gained
il is said was originally plae. d there,
e;u mih name was smcKen on at mo
instance of Senator Iiogan, who ex-
bress. d l,is own and the wishes of
the President that he he a-sigued
elsewhere And so wo progress in
the Grant restoration and the reviv
ed Stalwart rule. Phono.
THE C. t X . A. It. H.
Kmui tlie N-w A (iliserver.
The agreement lately made by Dr.
Cmu do and the commissioners up -
pointed by the Legislature to sell the
Stales stock in the Cape Four iad-
km alley Ibiilnijid Cotiipiuiy is too
J;.'.11"1' ,for ",s IT".'1. 0X,(,,IM-
nn: ei.l.l' feu H..IIHI n.-ue Ul
cl.t private stockhold
slocii. and the sanl company agrees
to pav within sitv ilavs after the
latilicatiou of tlie agreement fifty live
thousand dollars to the Treasurer of
tlie State and one lnmdred thousand
dollars to "'resident (rrav. ti be used
in lmviniT nil tlie flontiii.r ,i,.l,t nf llm
Witbi'n twelvemonths from the rati -
lieatiou the road is to be completed
and complied in srood running order
. ., ., . "
Il'olii ivaemoilf. near ttie noillll laro-
lina line, bv way of Shoe Heel and
rayetteville to Greensboro. Within
two venrs is is to built and equipped
in like manner from Greensboro to j pmcils, lead pencils, ih ilk, magno
Mt. Airy, passing by Uruce's X Roads, j i.
Walnut Cove and Gcrmuntown. I r,.i , . n. .
Within three vears it is to be fully . Thf L01 !,m.0,'r Q".Pvn Wt:
deted from Eayettevill,. to Wil-
"li''o... and up the vallov of the1?,""' ?
v ,?. . J. ...... . . holier t Smithwiek, ,vhose i.eath is
liidkin bv way ot W llkerboro to Pat-; . .... ., . ,
. . .,, ,. .. , nuuotinced at Lao ev, Cheshire. H
tcrson. m the county ot Cadwell, and ,. '. , "
' i received us coin mi..ion on he trd
also through the count of Surry to i
Ore Knoo. according to tho
ious of the charter
Vitliin thirty ditys after tho pay-
meiitof th,. Sl.i.Vl)l0 It,.. ivinL- i .,
i ... ... . . , .
oe'iii, with Mithi'ieut force aud mat"-
. , ... iii
rial, and be continued until completed.
.,ii . e .i cm--,1.1.1 .i
On the payment of the -l;i.,Oi)0 the
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certiticate lor the stock sold is to be
assigned on the books of the coin-
pany. but the new certiticato is to be
deposited with the Treasurer of the
State as trustee for the State and ifj
the purchaser fails to complete tho j
road in three years, then it forfeits,
all interest in the stock and it reverts
to the State. Cue purchaser losing
entirely the !1"."i.U()0 panl. The
mortgage bonds of the railroad com I
pany are also tube deposited with'
the State Treasurer, ami are to be '.
delivered up for sale only with the
approval of the Governor, ami then
iii aniouuis uoiL'ie tier iti ii .toou.uuii ,
1 !' 1 11 Ti
and upon an athdav.t that the pro-
eeeil. are necessary to pay for work:
done or material delivered The pur-,
chasers arc to vote the stock at all
.... ., . 1
meetings ot the railroad coiiiimnv. 1
... 1 0 . . . .
JI tlie ;i.).0(ll is not paid within '
. ,. .... ' . t 11
sixtv ilavs alter the ratmeatioii of the
a,.-leement, the sale falls through, but
I r. Cuiiedo has twenty days ' to get '
his syndicate to sign it. and then the
'roa.i coinpaio misiwemy tiays 10
the articles Mgned in twenty tlays, the ;
agreement is inn u oimuiigoii iuc ,
state. The am, y of tho road is not !
agreement is not to lie lundiiu'oii the
to l.e eliane-ed. 1
, A f;ii!'m' to h,'ni work in . thirty
,l;lvs- !r .to ,0"'I'W'U' V"' "el',,.,t
':,rts ot iho -??' iUV"'ail ,to U,ls
ii:' iii'iixoir. siitufcls 1 in niircnnscr t
a penalty of sA.VMl p,, month as Ion-
as the default continues, which, how
ever, the Governor can remit in his
(ll-';'rt.,"u' ,uu . rfimttoJ . tho
I nn. 1 n 1.. ii I'll 1
which shall be sold to satisfy the!
same. And if the entire road is not ;
built accord in' to the contract tlnt
entire stock is forfeited to the State. ;
Such is the substance of the agree-:
It appears therefore that the first '
ahin.' to be done is for Dr. Canedoto
yet the sio-mitures of his associates,
the next the acceptance of tht; con
tract by the railroad company.
These have to be done within foity
days. Then within sixty days the
money is to be paid aud within thir
ty more the work is to bcoin. If
things work riodit therefore, within
four months the purchasing compa
ny will have its hands at work finish ,
in.' the road. !
A Terrible Catastrophe.
A Cleveland dispatch reports that'
during a Kniehts of PytLias festivsl
at Shstiesville, Tuscarawas county, '
Ohio. Saturday evciiins. the floor 1
cave wav. on emitntiiif over two
1.....1 1.. ,1.1. il.,,., I...1..,.. r...
were instantly killed, ten 'others
fat dly injured, and between seventy :
and eighty more or less bruised or
i i i . - . .i i
their way from the nuns iibuost in
lhi.il.llU ... tn'n tvnouuli.1111.il lull
uot until tpiite a unu.h.r had tieen '
Ihe l ight was I
vtrv cold and the scene is dtbcnbed
frightful in the extreme.
Coilee (Iniikers should read the ad
vertiuement in another column headed
A Loa Angelos dispatch states that I
Sirs. Cruz, living nt 1" lorenee, Los
Angeles county. Cal gave birth. Wt
Friday, to six perfectly formed female
Joe Taylor, tho present head of
the Mormon chnieh, has built inag-
I nifioent palace, and the fumi-diii.g
slone, it is said, will cost from $7.",-
000 to $100,000.
The late SiroDelmonieo sometimes
smoked as many as one hundred :
cigars a d ty. His ihyHjiiiii bnd '
told bim that unless he should stop ;
.... . 1 . 1 1 1 1. ...1 t . 1 , .
NuioKuiir uo iuusi looii 0111 ior miiiuuu
John E. Owsley, n Chicago million -
rtilV, died rt few'd.IVS lliro. Winn
Chicago was a small town ho settled
there and bought twenty acres for a
song. The twenty acres are now in
the heart of tho city.
l'ostniflster General James states!
thut a eouutrv postmaster wrote a
day or to ago, saying: "A man's'
wife dropped a letter in tins office
addressed to auot ier man. The 1
husband suspects Foiuething wron".
Shall I deliver the letter to him ?" ;
rtnutniuutAr tiL'iiil inutriii.tf.it (IiaI
: ttw, Inisliaml cnnl.l ti.it. . ttin li.ltnr1
in that way. j
j At Little Rock. Arkansas, on last
! Sitimbiy Jtido V. C. Poolev nml
; H.,n Clis,,,.r ()tt,.tlber jiroiuinent
Ucpubiiam members of the L-trisl.. 1
!... u.(rM , r..tt,.,t liV r.Otl
' StatesMarshal, on infornition lodged
,v Snnmi Am. lit llivivj. r I inn. r.,n
..f ii t. ,...,..,,t;i,i.. n...i n,.o ;..
' vttoi nev
. ' i . "
Uooley is County
i There tire somo pr-oplo
Huven who have strati
! One vount; lady, tvho learned the habit
' at boardiiiL' school, eats thri-e donblu
' h iudi'uls of charcoal every day. She
' s pallid and weak. One lady bus
been eating charcoal for thirty vein a.
A young lady e its half a pound of
eior eieij uin i-nouu iu supply
wtiole tmnpiet between acta.
Among the other subs'ances con-
ruined by New Huven girls are sUte
?.. gMinv u J P"-'
itniijr iii tut- ifi.iu oi liieiiieioiut
of October. 1M0. On .Tulv Ii! Isl.-v
, while serving iu Her Mai styn Hiiio
Snpeib, he had the honor of luriiiii,
i ..i t i. : i
i "f ':. i.e..,- p.c-ute.i
; to and h.iviii'i some convi'is i ion wit i
x- , , , .
; tin! r.iiipi ror Napoleon 1. when n-
, , , .' , , .
! claimed the protection of Eu ami
: (l , , ,,, , ... . ,
after the battle oi Waterloo,
From Xttv Y.irk llmiW.
The admission of colored childrtn
to the Eiilt.hi!ig(L. I.J Hich Sclee I
still t scites the residents of that ul
lage. On Tuesday a largely atteudi d
meeting was held at the Town Hall.
A commit tee was appointed to tiraw
up a petition, and, after obtaining
signal uies to the m me, pit n id it to
the Board of Education. Tho peti
tion asks that th Uu.ird reconsider
their recent action by which colored
.,, -i . . n . 1 ., 1 .1
pupils are allowed to attend the
hrll Sch(l)1 ,ivisillll
lt C(,K,r(Ml i.lil,rt.u w
U(at(.(, ., fro, , wh; .i,,,,,,,
;., .1. ,.;, 1. 1 . .1
ill the village, as lias been the custom
..,,!,, . ... .. ....
ortue past llfty e.trs. loe petition
u ';,, 1" i t 1
VVUH unaiiimoiiov iidopted.
. , , ' 1
AU' J'1'1 when Sauthern people
object to mixed Schools a great l owl
is raised at the North aluut color
.j,,. ftn,l Wo un, k.,Lvly
notiuecd. En. Hnconi). J
Mr. Parllnsloil MU
Dou't take nnv of tim .mack ina.
tnirn-, as they are reoimental to the
human system ; but put vol r trust in
Hop Bitten, whi-li will cure .'enertl
i.i...:i4:- . i 1 n
n ' ,M Tl.v ........ r
from a severe extract of tripod fv.r.
They are the ne plus uuum of medi
cines. Boston Globe.
Everybody wants it, Imt very few fret It,
lieeaue most p.iiii- do not know how to
s.'livt coffii-, or it is Hpoileil in theiiiastinff
"' "liking. To obviate them ditiliailtlen
....... .UH. -
'u mr stuuy. iituriiers paena,0
ColT.i- are selirti! 1 by an expert who un
derstands the art of hleuiliii various Ha
vers. They aro roasted iu the most perfivt
manner lit is iniposMble to roast well in
small quantities), tlem put lu poiiint pack
atfes it'ii thf bmn, n-jt ground,) b arliiir our
signature us a f-imrutitco of f-emiiiiein'ss,
ami each package contains the Thurber
nt'lpe for making fjood CofT.v. We
pack two kinds, Tlmrber's " No. 84,"
Btronfr and puugent, Thurb t's "No. 41,"
mild und rich. One or tho oilier will
suit every taste. They have the threu
great points, good quality, lument yidia
titil. n uM nvttili' pricr. Auk your Urocer
for Tlinrln-r'H roantid Coffff in ound jmck
agr, "Xo. :14" or "Xu. 4t." Uii not Ih put
off with any other kind -your own palato
Will tell you What Is bet.
Where persons ilivsire it wo also furnish
tho "Ideal" CoITi.m1 pot, tho simplest, best
ond clieapest en(T..e-pot ia exlstiie.e.
Gnx-ers who sell our Coffee keep tbem.
II. K. A F. 1$. THUItHEtt CO.,
Importers, Whul wali (Inicers nml Oiffiv
Koasters, New York.
P. S. As the largest dealers in food pro-
fjuptx m mo wiiiia, wu ooiishiiT it our lu.
fr.'HtUiiimmifactureoiity pure aud whole-
a .inn ir.uwl nml tuiet; them In a tijltrini l
satlsfoctory manner. All ginxls bearing
our name ore guarnntiinl to be of siiMrlor
quality, pure and whuU-mimr, und dealers
are authoi toxl to refund the purehusa
prieo In any case whero customers havo
entise for (tlssatlsfiiction. It Is therefore
V tho Interest ot I Kith deulurs and c)U
tumers to use Thurber' a brands.
M. r. Numim. of llalnlgli. j.m I'. Wv.n r.
l 1 KJI H , A' ,V
WHOLESALE GKOCKKS & COTTON COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
, . . .
i " " ,- c
(Surivvkirs in M.
HiiviMin IirihI n full llnpnf (imivrli'ii, i:iiH(-lni:iiii.
I.I Kill.. M. H...ll!IMl.
Our will. ir ..iriiur. Mr. M. T. Xerri. l.-n.neer tin- Icmli-ni In llieinit..n trivia nf Iinlrlich. Hit pmt
iim-uch ii ri. ! of twi-lvo yi-m-s. in m-Uihi: -..ii..ii n cnarnnhY. or iho pmiier mngiut
nt Hi ll .l.'iiir;iin'iii .! mir lninlni.H, in.-h IM i. umirr Iih (. 'Vm iiiiI iii..t I1.I..11,
V.. I.ll.i'1-al iL.lvanci'M "ii iiniNigiiiiiviiiH nuil ninrki-t in Ki s nuarantil. it.imlKninrnt aullclted.
LEN II. Al) A3IS
UALKKJU, X. V.,
r, i ri -nt 1 1
Grocer aai Commission Merchant,
Alwayk....pniil.vi;iMUiil fr.-h 8iip.ly..tall kliul
.( OUtH'l-.lilLS, wlil. li nn- s. l t at b.iUi.m in ln
r..rsniiiil ttllcnllnn (,-lvi-n lo biiylng anil wiling
LlLonil uilrunot'b nin.ls.
'Mr. G. J. WILLIAIV2S,
in wl'.h uh nnj will nlw.iya lie iili'iiso.1 lu sorvi- hln
Lw. S, 111. am
HEW DaIUG stoke.
DR. A. B. GHAFSN & SON
A NEW DRUG STORE
I'll tl M !, IV.
k ..f Mi' ll.-lm- Is fr.-h nml . li 'inl tlly
f iln in.,-! r.'llnl.l.' . Imoi-n r. II It
iii.-tr .1. -iriMin i i ii t -nt i-ti
ni.'.k. I: !.. Oi.' a I-
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Uii'ir Inii'ivM lu lo.iii: nj. :li
nn i it t.
nn hmi.l. M ill.'
S waiCf l in iho ilr
I' A IK NT
M KDIi'I N IvS, IM'.HirMKliV.
Toii.r.r Ai:riv.'i.i-s. i'I.nk canuys
A X 1 ( ON TKl ' I'Ki.n !"! i i . v I'A-
im:i:, ix k. rr.xs ani i-.n-vm.oi'Ks.
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XC ijUHfl bitll'S 2 bl'TSi'uJj
1 1 " "
I liK UKT m:Nlv-:.
.in-.. wn.... 1. 1 1. l n'.iy, .vr.
r'lui'- ii -.i.i.lv k.t in a
1..-I..S, .li tlH .il.Ti'.
r Cn'l an i
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HM-iw .u l I'n .-nt s-'!i -J..r.-.
hr ri'ii r-'ii'-t niil ji 1 1 .t rt
i-'-1ii-tvi i ti I'.iU'iii l-'i.-itn'-. I
lirNtj.--., hi't'ff'l' -tl'-f-. Mill "
Miii.-r t.-ni-l.- .jf.-inl.y. i'.iv".t
! in-- ..r -ii -iii-I .l"-..-r;!illi
J.;C-:i!nt iHty, UI I - (! Mit.E.
'iin:iH--i.'h-T ! -nf. !
rr.-. Ktahli.-hi-1 IVni.
Thcfll'uri'Kt and Ill's, Mn!irin oir JIinl
Accemliiiit..n of Hons. Bu'-hu. fftan-8
drnkgeiui-l DanJelion,' " 'ia tiii U:an.iB
l urn in i' 1.1 i i n. 1 r n.l i in. r r.ii. r.
ninkfiOir nuai, -t Bloo'l Purlflrr, Liver
Rer ulOor,"i"t I ift.n'. l li.uliu Hi.uruiK
1 tllm cVfcan poasll.ly lnir pitt l.-ri- !!-;
'UIU voi'ici iui.1 pel tri L ur.' th.. ir
,ey giro siwlll bttiTln-rlj-.toirtii-iiisIra.
iilluli..1 c"nii.l..yiiici.tirii:'... iirtuuiiirl
ty . t lli'l...wcli,irtn',u"1i'y in.nie. ' r wit . rv-
lulr.Tii .Ai.i'oil.. i'- loiiif mi.oiin.i Miniiiuitii.
II Il.llnaiuiiinv.iliiablli, without Intox-
Koi:.ullrwhBty..iirf,"',llntr. or .ynipt.Tn-
Art.wtmtl!ii.li-.-:L.o..riiil"a'in'iit I. ii'
tern, lk-n t wH.t nut. I v..unl"' ii.''i "in 11 ynug
only Url l.nj ..r inivri.il.li ..muwtlii in t i n. i K
It may it yi.ur lifi .It lia 'I liunilu J
530Ull'i.al.l f..ru.5 'h.-y oill nol
.in... rh. iil 1... m.t .i,ir..r or ft "wr iimj.
isulTir.l.ul 110 ami un-i IlicinV10"0 Hop B
IliMiii nil. r. Il. n 11,11. r I. iio.""),- ilniFi...l
'ilmiit. Il II. i t. 1,1 . I.ut 11... I'un.stw"" "
M.lll.lliciv.ril.il.l.': 111." "IMil.HM. RUiAU
11111I IIIP at.. I 11. , l.i rsuu .r fumlty
MltlUlU to) Wllll.Xll lllf'lll.
D. I.C. Inl.ilut.. nml Irn Mlii.l . i
r.iliruiiki 11. vs, u-i. ..f ..i-iii'ii, t.ituK'L'o
unr-'.(i m. All s. I I liy lnu..-i In. s
r. rt ir.tnar. u.f mii.r. Kit. Ve., jr rz&i
ll.H I.Mif... IV .M T..r....... .....
THE NEW YORK
JAMES COKDON UKN'NIMT,
rifty Cents for Sis ZZont!i3
An Kttrn Co'.y to Kvt-ry Club of Ten.
Til- M?V Win! HTf,'! n
Jt tv IUIIA litH.-U,
l'l ill.IsllLli KVKUY l'Y IX TUK VI AK.
Jin I'.'iy!, f..r "iir year. ShihIji-h I ti-I ii I-. 1.
.I1V I-.r ..lie )eur W11.1..1II Sllli.lnyi..
.!ll' t..r i.V III .lllll". .-!. l l.ljr. III. Ill 1.' 1.
M j.;is li.rhlx ni.itliH, wtili.nit Si.ii.AayH.
ii 1hh r..ri..i. year t'.r any tMriili'.! .lay of U.e
t I'.iv i..r sis m uitliH fur any Hprvllliil Uny
$1 per nit.ii.li ihirtii.ll.it; Stni.layi.i will .iuirt-tvl
ii ui.n ; .n.ii..iii li.rnli'i. i i rt.l tliiin Uiret,
ixci.t iiixo I'osTA.ii:.
Weekly. t'.iir. iriin F.-llti. .in
M.'. kl.v, In.iiiinilo K.IU1...II -
Sun luy Kllll 'll,
i mid it linlf ri-nt.i per oi.py.
J-'.ur et-iiiH mt ey.
N. II. N..t 1ish thai. Hvf, e.jili4 inulleil tu new-
.lelU.Tt lit Wt...sfli rules.
w. nltew tin e..nii.iHl..n on sul.rterlp.li tis to
H illy l..mi..n. A.l.lreH
NKW YORK H KHALI),
llii.fi.ln'.iy lunl Aim Sinvi, New V..rk.
Patents for Inventions.
F.. W. ANDI'HSOS. .1. C. SMITH.
700 7th St., Washiiigtoii, . C.
N'.r.s'for iirf'llnilnnry (xnmlnn'l"n. .r'r nn
lcm 1-n'cnt 1m nliowt-tl. t's f-M-tiin uny niher
limit ill HL'"llcv. IliM'IlM of l!l-tHiiHlf"tl itllt
fnt rlirtifst'. iu leiiiuu uiiill.'"l uKn rt'-
.,r Hal. lKli. 1'iiimi. Taymu. of Cluilliain.
'I' V . 'J.' .V "V LOK,
T. Niirrls.it r,i.,)
, wlili:h wi' -nuke a f.liilly. Conilgnmanl
express steamboat go.
Oa nml niter April Urn I ami unlit further noHoe,
ln sii'itiiK-r 1). MVIM HISON, Cant. Jarry H.
will li itvo FnyrltpTille evry Turiday
rrl.liiy at 7 nVlnok a. m and TVtlmla(t
every w,..lnos luy ami Saiurilaj at Jo'elork p. m.
Th.' Menmrr WAVU.Capt. Win. A. Robaaoa, wlU
Ifiiw I'ay.'ltevlll.. WV.liii H.lny and Saturday al T
.'i...'k ii. in , nml WilmliiKtnD M""-la7 and
Tiiiir.nl.iy ul 2 o'rl.Kk i. m.
J. O. WII.I.IAMS It CO., Arntt,
ni H If KiiyetleTlllo, K. C:
ii. it. woonni.r., b. 5. irusi,
K.il. l-li, N. ('. I.atu R. It A.A.-L.R.R. Moocar.
I fflflBELL 8 WYHE,
WIlOt.KSAI.K AND RETAIL
Xo. 4. Martin Street,
Raleigh, ST. C.
rvceiteliniiiimtaiit Cotton. Reapecttully SnU
BRDGGISTS 6 CHEMISTS.
- M.irki I St., UllILADELEHIA.
.J. .V. McDOXALU,
V.'M. W OtkcOTT.
Ilalcigh, 17. C.
IIOI.I'.l- AI.K DKAl.KU IN
Dry G3:Js,Gll!iiniJotiSDS, Hals,
JOits and Shoes,
AMI l M KAt ll HKIt (ip
Pants, Shirts and Drawers.
Wilniln;..it hii.I linrti'tl Sure t.
RALE(H. . CAB.
V. H. CAM 1. HON. 1-resident,
V. I'.. ANDillbSON, YicePreg.,
'IHKO. II HILL, Secy.
Thd only Home Life Insurance Co. ia
f'l Hh fiinJlo.-iiinl out AT noIIC, and
amo'ii; our o'.vu -x'oplp. We do tot Mud
NortU Cui ol'n inoncyiitiroul to huilJ tiiotbir
SHlos. It i o-ic of ttie tiioot iHJCeMful com
pinif of nn hu"! la I!ib t'nilod SUtrs. h m.
biH av. amply nulicii'iit. All lofi i4
V'O i)U:y. Ki'lit tliuiixumt rinllnrt imul in iu
i.isi. two yours lofiiiuilii'S in C'hathm. IlwiH
cost n mini acil ttiirty yt-ars only tivo tei . a
iby to iiiKiiru for om ihon-sint djllnri.
A.T'y fr further lnrermation to
H.A. LONDON, Jr., Gen. Agt.
WTTSBOhO", -V. C.
S. 1,1. rvOSSxJBAUM,
AND I'KAI.KU IN
Gaittoiea's Furnisli Goois.
X. K. I'.ir. Fnelti'Tille auil ilar)tt St.,
RAI.EIOH, K. 0,
J .IIS M.KNMSll.
T. B. WOU4CK
imvmin & womack,
inzmn m-I ffltiii11i(t iii T.im
2?ITT3230HO, W. O.
trv l"r.m.t niii'iitl..ii ifli-en mall basin" m
f run'.-l Ui ili.'lr run-. Mr. Miiinilni; will lie lu Uio
..lll. i' .111 Hie I1M nn.l tliinl MimilHys of "h.
111..11U1 .111.1 ili.'SiiiirM.iiH ,riivtllug. Mr. Wnmnrk
u lll In- In Hie rlll.X' nt nil ilin.w. aci'll.-U
F. A. fH'lit.innn, Solli-lier if Amerl-n and For-elu-n
rnieiiii., Mi..-liln-i.in, IL C. All hunlniiw mn-ii.-.-t,..
niiii l'ii:. in, wheilnT liofnra tlin fall'. it
(iniee t.r llm :...irts, prempily ntte.nleil to. No
rwuvi' .iiiIih a inileiit Is secureil. Bund for clr
lf vou uuajit to tuy
llot1mi for McnorBoys
cither rcady-rtuxde orxndt
to order, do not Fa.il to
' Ctaloue i
Spring: Wagons, &c.
de if the Unt -uau.riiu U'd fully varrut
ed. to be told raf-udlera of oom. Pwtwa la
want niil oonno.lt tbiur own interact by tiio
ininf( our ctock and pnen bvfora baying, m
wo aro doUroiiuad to acli, and bar ent down
our prices to tbey oacnot bo nat by any othor
hoiintfin tho itto.
a.lao a fall ttock or.
ITniid I In do IlarnenH
ItEPAtlttNa done at bottom prtoaa, and la
bent Dunn r.
BcLd for pr.oci anrl mu
' a a. McKtrn:; a fiOKa.
Fajat wvilH, H.Q.