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THURSDAY, APRIL '27, 1SS2.
H. A. LONIJON. Jr., Editor.
The Democratic Executive Coin
mitteo of this State will meet in
eigh, on the '.h day of May, for the
ininioso of fixing the time und place
for hohlin.' the iwt State Democratic
,, ,. . ,. ...
Convention. Ihis convention will-
nominate candidates for Supreme
Court Judge, and Representative from
the Statc at large, oiul will also ratify
the nomination k b made by the
district conve-itions for Superior Court
Judges. We suppose there is no need
of the convention meeting earlier than
Clio middle or last, of July. That is a
leisure feason with the fanners, and
it oupht to bo held at a time when
they can convenient lr attend. o
do not want a convention composed
of scheniing politieans and aspiring
office-seekers, but of the n;btautml
farmers of the eonnfrv, ami their con
veniottee should be consulted. The
city of Raleigh is the most eotivev.ieut
and accessible place tiiat can br select
ed for holding tlie convention, and
we presume that place will be selected
almost unanimously. That city is cer
tainly the place, to which the greatest
number can go at the least expense.
According to a rulo adopted in 150
iho mnnber of delegates is limited,
aO that our cidiventions will not be
unwieldy niobs. F.ach county is enti
Sled to ele-t one delegate for every
three hundred demociaiio votrs. nr.il
one delegate for fractions over one
hundred and fifty votes, t ast therein
.it the last gubernatorial election.
Chatham county will, therefore, be
entitled tost i.d seven delegates. The
basis of representation in the l!epu!
lican convention is different, as they
allow each county twice as many dele
gates as the cr,iit:y ha members of t In
House of Representatives n the Leg.
Islature. Chatham, therefore, in the
Republican State and District Con
ventions will I entitled to have only
Tii E::n.-.f.s of President Gar
field's illness, that ai - proposed to be
paid by Congress, are enormous.
Early :n thesess-on a select committee
was appointed by the House of Ib-p-resentat
ives to audit these expenses,
and this committee has made two
reports. The majority report appro
priates SS.'i.Oiio to the attending phy
sicians, of which sum Dr. P.liss is to
have !?2.),0OU'. The n.'hior.tv rejmrt
objects to these allowances as being
excessively extravagant, and we doubt
no': this is the opinion of the tax
payers of America. Garfield was shot
on tue '2nd day of July and died on
the lth of Sqtc"nber. so that tl-o
doettvs attended him less than three
ti: ;itns. and vet it is proposed to pay bill if it wre it nil certain that iie.ii
one of tliein S'.'o.OiiO for his services v apprepriafed for that purpose
for that short time a sum that used
to be thcught sufficient for a whole,
year's salary for t tie Pror i.b'nt.s '. If
sur t't ngressmen themselves had to
pay some of their extiavagant appro
priations they would not bo so gener
ous1,?) and wasteful of the public
A Cki.f:kate? tr ' was begtui last
week at New Haven, Connecticut, aud
will probably be in pi egress for two
or three months: we refer to the trial
of the Msd'.ey boys and Utaneho Doug
lass for tin? rrotrder of Jennie Cramer.
The ease has u.u'acted much attention,
and the evidence r: ;aint the accused
is wholly circumstantial. The Mill lev
nr y ' ting men of
wealth and social
Ht.. u'.ing, and are rhnrged with out
raging r.ml then murdering their vic
tim, win. was a beautiful young woman
f good lepoit in New Haven.
Qi'f.kn" Vii Touta's would be assassin
has been tried and acquitted on the
plea of insanity. Tlie trial began last
Wednesday and ended the sa.ue tlav.
This was in striking contrast with the
protracted trial of Garfield's assassin.
One trial occupied only one tlav, aud
Hie other v;m dragged along for more
than two months! The superintend
... . , . ,
euts of two insane asylums tectUicd
to Macleans insanity, ami the jury
promptly acipiitted him.
An I.VEsn.iTioN is nt last about to
be made of tho charges and complaint
aai.wt the Internal Revenue olliciuls
in iho Sixth Collection District of this
Htato. Senator Vance has succi edetl
ill securing tho passage of a resolution
Li the iippointment tif three Senators
to conduct the investigation, which
wo hopo will be thorough and search
ing. Very grave ami serious charges
have beeu made, ami they should be
The Kisrriii.ieAN Kxeeutiva C'om-
rti'teo of this Congressional District
. . LJ , . , , -
met tit Kaleigh last week uud decided
to hold their District Convention at
.Raleigh, on the 2nd day of next i
Aub.Rt, when and where thcr will
D . 1
nouiieiUe sonjpltodv for Oei. Cox to
lit feat at the i.eit tied ion.
The Anniveihaky of Mecklenburg's
laiation of Independence will la
ftfllni.. i l Me Smm ,n,u""w- Hnd eont-lu.lo tint it will Charles Kobert Darwin, the well
of next May. in , giands na- ot ,,,v 1beui , , ,, ,p wlll, tin' tnmvu scientist and author, is ileaJ.
tor lwvaiil, of Delaware, will deliver , breach m tlie Repub'ican p.utyofi
anoratiohfti.i.ronmtetotheoecasioM.llVniisvlva.ii tut the eipciiso of g- toHi coiuluctorn on the CinciD
.... .I it i i n 4i in.' them nn n!"1 t'nyton liatlroad have beeu
ami it is probable that nearly nil the ' ' ft. lv. ... .., ,,. discharged for stenhm.
mi itarv companies of the State will!,. ... , . , ,, ., ,
, . tr i Senate, is too big for all the chairs
attend. Itisalsostatodthatt.eu. Han- in .lt, t,lmlllWr nm !w,i , .J:IV. or
cock will honor the occasion with his
, .. . ., ...
II a I'd on Lveritt.
young democrat, named C.eorgo
1. Kveritt. changed his politics an. I
became a strong republican, ami finally
succeeded in ousting Vv. Wheeler (tu
old tire-tried republican) from the
office of llevciuio Collcer.r n the
x'if 1 1 Iistrict. and in wttm
fur i,im.rlf. In order to aiu popu
l:1L-;ty with the negroes he went to
-tu,:r Convention, hi'i.l at (Joidshoi .)
i.lst ,iith, and thu tioldsboro" Si
j,.,',. n- a negro) thus spea!
We have some experience in po'i
, ami the underlmmVd workings
of tricksters. lUit the nitinner in
which the lbn. tieo. 15. F.veiitt con-
ducted hunselt sit and in the colored
State Convention in (ioldsb.no' on
the -".Mi ult. astonished many good
people in this section of tlie State,
wluie he had the good fortune to
spend his boyhood. He said on the
et.rs when on his way to the Coiiveii-
tion -thtit lie wnnted to he treat.M -is
IX colored man in the Corntion. and
that he wanted the f!ored men to
consider his claims as though he was
a negro.' We are sorry to note that
the manner in which he acted put Us
more in mind "f a "boss' negro at a
crn husking than a white man wlo
claims to be K. vt iiue ( iieetc r of the
Ftl'lh Di-triet of North Carolina. He
uose.I aro-.in.l the Convention for two
days trying to get a chance to speak,
but whether he was a delegate from
Forsyth county we are not advised,
though ho was in regular attendance
at the 'on.-ei.tion and showed a dis
position at several tittles to speak
when the j'tliciaiv resolution was
under discussion. However, the even
ing bt fore the Convention adjourned
he w:u pei '.uittt d : few minutes to
address it upon the condition of the
e h-red pt
in tlie ."th Revenue
District of North Carolina. We sin
cerely hope that Mr. Kwritt w ill never
be persuaded again to surrender his
dignity and follow op a negro con
vention, for we feel for any white
i.iau who has not tiiug more to doth.-iti
loaf around a e lored convention es
pecially where be is not wanted and
may the Lord .1. liver him hereafter
from such a position."
Our Washington Lot tor,
From etr rsulnr i'.'rrw.n..ni. .
WsniN,-,r n, D. (., Apiil 22 1, 1SS2.
The last week has not been au
t-spit lal'y good oil" for II iheson, as
the House eetptitted itself by practi
cally sitting down en one or two t f
h s pet sc hemes especi a ly the navy
ri c )js!nic'io!i j ib. There wou! I ivt
i)e li.ileh el i-cti ni to tii Nav
would be honest i v f xnemleil. All
Anierieans feel more or less ashamed
t'f the puMtioii we occupy iiinong iIih
Nutionn us a maratine p .we r, and
wimld be wiiiing t see it somewhat
improved. Rut thm condition of af
fairs is as much line n, Robeson and
hi) course us S it i v of the Navy
as to all other u.n gs nmdiined and
there is a fee'ii r i . . -1 he is not the
proper person to U;..niptihite tho
wmk of building up. The present
.-eii. tue is believed tti he a job, and
Mich it has been in exceedim;!
Tilt re is one thing Robe
son can do and have his own wav
about it he em run the Sptaiker.
anil, nt the present rate, if ho don't
run him into the ground, politiesilv
speuking, hi fore the end, i lus term
1 shall be disappointed. In fact it
ts as good iih tlone already. No
Sp ":IS t,v' r l)M'n K" "i'po'nlar
or nimie siicti un uumit.gatfd pnrti
siati ass of him.-eif.
The Siiipheitl investignti n ban
taken Hemttthing of it different tntn
this week and promires nf'er nil to
bo somewhat interesting. Snipherd
himself, who has for the time disap
peared from tlie pc-ne, has made tlie
impression iierw that he is a mart,
tpnek wit ted person, who nmy or mny
utit be tilling the I ruth, but who is
clever enough to iuitk what he says
look likti the truth. His half ct.i.ri-
leiices and his refusal to testify on
many most, important points wei'tken
,uu U)r'B wltil UM ''as revealed oo
ff XU,U;M Lt" l1 1't''-
stautiute the luati rial points bvoth-
t.r eyidence than h.s ow u what he has
sid will itmount to but little. He
uas beeu, on the w bole
, too snou t I. r
in the bc"in-
us the I.pnh.nau part of it wmt, in
.'.isi-Livcr uioro ttnm it ootil.l ht-in
I llil.' IlilVe i-nri .11'v ,,.,...,.1 . .....I
say. It m ty be that bv the t IIHH 1 liis
is in print we shall have got at eoim-
thing ri-.tlly impm taut.
Ine liifi- rcncd between the two
Hi-publican Senators from l'ennsxl
vumu ami their folloWKrs is, so far'ttt
ippeaiuncts now go, irreconeiliible.
Sjuator Mitchell say opeuly that he
uteiida from this time forth to fi"ht
li.ill t 'on. run .ill,.., ., ,. ..... I
. . '
- ... ..., .., .,. iu wi uui in tue ,
n.o-u ii. i. f,,.i;,, i i
v . . v..,.. v .uiiii imn llllietl llIIOIl :
r w .. . i
" ' , 'T Z 7 , i ,l"al l,uu
wise poucy of thu Democrat in the
Seuat" will be to t ind j Senator
Mitchell in voting ou the I'rce-iileut's
nonjiuation.t. .s a matter of policy
f,om a I),,r,Jr 'F"'"' Hiere can Le
It n nm,kl ,.f ll,,u 11. .4 11...
I j -" I
a. vis its to permit pcauuid couuidtr- '
I atinnB to outweigh party advantages,
;"' some of tin ru doubtless continue '.
two airo, his third breakdown since
he became, a ineiuher of that body.
Ui tronhle with the lllinow Senator
' is that he forget k an ordinary chair
f .,,.,; ,.. i,;,.i i
' pound' nn.ss of neh which b.-Lngs
i v l.... lr . .1 . 1 .11..... 1. . .v
iimple (f the lito Seuattr Disou H
f.ewis, ;iri. only use chairs specially
const i lifted to stand the strain,
Jui'g- Div!, who had put auotlier
v tt;iior in tlie big, utroiigly-brnced
,!.;.r which In, occupies as pVesidm
...li.-er of the Sente, lisd Uen strob-
mi.; mouud the eriamber to s'.releli
his legs, and passing by the chair
which belongs to Senator lirown, of
Georgia, and is alntu lautlv able to
f hold his weight t f one hundred and
uvenly tive pounds, lie toot a notion
to rest himself. He tank into the
lnur, aud the chair sank to the floor
i,, broken nieces which were f-trcwd
nil over the Judge as he lav sprawl
ip.f. As he scrambled to Lis feet
with a seuse of injured dignity ftesh
,,poii him he saw that Senator lut-
!t,r, , f South Carolina, who occupie I
the next seat, wits smiling broadly,
alllt uis eul- oiu'ht the whisper of
some one on tin- other side styling
bun the "'umbo'' of the Senat.'." lit.
was so indignant that he st.il
. around the Senate chuinbi-r
tiiinn, and then, bee mil::
more composed he H.-lecti
chair aft"r a ci i ie tl iie p.
dt posited 1. tins. If in It.
r a little
tin. i aud
Under went over to him f-r inollyfy
mg purpost k, but the Judge wned
him t ft' aud dccl.tied to listen to him.
Oil tile hist oceasj . that tin bilistetl
through a chair Mr. Conkhng, who
was then in the Senate, chucklnl
aiidib'y, and he would i.tt tnkt any
notice of him for a week after.
Tin "Liberal" Movement.
We copy from the Winston lb pub
lican one of the "Stalwart" llcpiibii
can pflpers of this State the following
editorial, which we commend to the
eotit-i leratiou of those anti prohibi-
tion D-moerafs who favor the so
calhid ' Lil tiui ' Movement:
' In our opinion there is not, cm
not and eiiht not to be a liberal
movement i" North Carolina. Wito
ould lend it '! Sun ly nut Republi
cans, because the paily is alien iy
uffieienlly liberal in its piinciphs
If we tain to the Dcmon-a'a for ,.
Mnllolie, whom hiive w V Posaiblv
tieli. CSingman, u once brilliant, but
now extingu shet.1 himitiarv ; or Col.
Johnson, a burnt out remnant of the
olden time; or James M. Leach, an
other fossil; or Charts l'i ice, a
y on "gel- npiinnt fir position, alien ly
f ugotten by hi-, n.n ty. Net oin. of
the.se geiitletneti liaa any following;
ai d it would lie ininai.ous f i tl.e
great Republican party, which, at the
ia-t eh etion, poi.ed 111!. 001) vu't-s,
e'.p-l. l Its i nelgtes for the inlviinci -uieiit
ot un n wh.. e.nild all n ;h.iiM
to its strength. What is the basis of
ihis htlkidioiit l:b. rnli-:ii ? Tiisp-.ik
latti'.y , it ai isi s from tlm agitation,
last oumiiier, of the Prohibition ( ' l. s
tloli. Tli s newspaper oppose. I the
adoption of the Malllt.-, thinlsing then,
and believing now, that the tpi.stion
Nhetild b- npproached with extreme
cautiui, n fit I rt eini.i::g the f.iet thd
very mn.v of the best liepub'ucans in
Nor h Carolina udvi-eatt d both sides
The Repui hean pnrty is h lotig
t noiigh to tight its own bat h s. It
needs aid from luither itj.-eh.l anti
ipi.iiies iiur uni ipe ciiiinst 1; ,- S m.e
of the extremists beli-ve that the
Prohibition R' p'iblieatis can be sifely
ignored. We Old not belong to the
Prohibition wing of the puity, but
have the h ghest respect for nianv
who di I; an I we .say witn fr.iuiiiies.i
and ikl'.bernil 'ii, tnat in tun opn.ion
lt wad not do to adopt Mii-h a puiiev
of party law and government as will
drive Hway from u ttiosu of ;he ",.h
g'ir.rd" viiomay hive tlilTt-red with
us upon this ipii-sti.'ii. T.u-y are to i
btdd, tio intelligent an 1 too nnmer
'.us, to be thought ligntly of; nnd if
we know their temper nil I dis
posiiion, ihey will not t untlv submit
to nnytlni.g that woul l make them
1 .fee their Self respect. l'iiey will in
it that this tpiesttoii shall be lift
out of party polities; und while we
dttl'-r with them ladically upon it, we
ihitik tlieir ileiinin 1 not nureasoiiable
A brief review . f the Prohibition
agitation is not inappr riate. Win 1.
it eomineiieed, no one ns we know of,
thought of lt an a policed question;
nor can it now 1 igi.tfuMy lie rejjatdutl
m uch. Iu the Legisliit ire, Demo
crats ami Eejiiibiicatis alike i-uppuried
the bill; but in proponi in 10 their
uielnbelH lilol'H Ke.ubhi' n,s in the
(Jelielul A'sembly voted f I' it than
D-inoeratB. Soiiih of the nhlrht of
the Hepubiicim niembern sireiin.nilv
urged it passn;t iu 11 iU ii;h, am!
afterwaitls canvassed fur it amoi.e
tLe, PC,? , . f ,
Iu the light, of these fact it he
eomos a serious matter for one stelion
of the Kepiil'licau party I i assume
that another part is not orttio lox.
There are now bundle. Is of j ist
such lb-piibiieans iu the thlV.retit
counties of North Carolina. Many invalitls, because it is refreshing with
of them, by force of natural a llit'v out tlio hickeniug effect of most per
antl character, uro ieaders in iliir fumes.
locahues. lhey havn Berved
inu meai i romimii
iu committees, und
identified with the
vet they lire as e-.od Ite-
puhlicami io anyone can ctiiiu to
BriKht'a Disease oflhe liidneys,
No danger from these di eases if
you use Hop Ditters; baiil.-s, beint
um oesi mmiiy lueuicine evtr unule.
Trust no other. '
Tnc lhble upon which the Senators
l,..,v.. M,.. H,.n.i. f ..rti.. f.-fifiv.
three vears was stolen Wednesday
, night. '
On the coast of Labrador the pen.
pie are nulTering intensely for want
lf fo0;L s'" have already died of
A negro doctor without experience
and with a diploma only two years
old has been placed in charge of the
lunatic asylum in Uirhtnoiid, Va., by
the Mahone Lgislature.
Mf Johi y ft
ivimlfiu.tm,.r ,)f Sl,rwil.,, C,nu
i . i ;... , ,
u fund of $1.000,OtH), Him income of
which is to bo used f r the education
The Detroit Free Press says that
win n tliev bury a Congressman at
tbo public expense the cost is about
t.OOO. When his fi iends bitrv him
the whiskey und cigars are left out
and the bill is about $'MW.
The New Jersey legislature has
passed a bill that when a jury in civil
eases have been tint six hours and
have not agreed upon a verdict, the
court shall accept a verdict from nine
of the twelve it liroe-foiirt lis).
A telegram from Shreveport. La ,
dated 'Jitd. says: The heaviest rain,
w ind and had storm experienced for
many years passed over t his city about
daylight yesterday. Trees and fences
were blown down in all parts of the
The Court has set Monday, May
Pith, for hearing the argument on
(iuiteau's bill of exceptions, ('has.
H. Reid will argue the case alone for
Giiiteaii. Mr. Ncoville's formal with
drawal from the case was read in
( 'oiirt Monday.
A theological student " Pennsyl
vania has become insane from an
attempt to uiettiori.e the entire Bible.
His memory was wonderful. He
studied nothing but the Bible ami in
live years he was able to repeat book
after book in nearly every portion of
eii her the Old or New Testament.
Brown Pierce, a farm-T living near
Richardson. Texas, on coming from
the field to dinner, one day last week,
found his wife hanging to a door
knob, a'iil his three children lving on
the flour, side by side. dead. The
supposition is that Mrs. fierce stran
gled her children and then took a
strong doso of laudanum.
A te! j.rra 1 ie ilesputch from Angus
il -.'t.i inst . says : A
ti'iiu. aecotiipaiiied bv
hail. isited this section about lllitl
ni'ht l:;t niht. lasting several hotirs.
It is fenreil that pi'ic i lerable injury
Il ls been ilmie to the (.iii.si. ;ind esjie
ci illy t.) the yotin;,' cott.u . which will
necessitate replanti'i. The estimated
rain fall is five inches.
In the ease of Halh t Kilbourn
against .1. . Thouipsuu. cx-Sercant-at-Arins
i.f the II.i'.is.. nf Uejuesenla
tives. for datitaes claimed to hare
been incurred by the defendant arrest
ing him ( K ill n n ii i 1 1 in IS7. and tak
i!'.' him to jail, where he was confined
for furty -five days, till released under
a writ of habeas cm-pus. the jury
rendered a er.lict for the plaintitl" of
A Trrrilic Tornailo.
A telegram from Pittsburg, l'a..
dated 'Jnih. says: Eatt r details from
vesterdity's tornado at Mt. l'ieasarit
iticrease the inauit 11 le of the disaster.
Evt iy thin above i.,iud in the track
of the storm was c.tnied into the air.
O'le lnr.ee barn has so completely dis
appeared tli.it not a splinter of it can
be found. One man found his wife
dead near their house with their
eleven months nld child in her arms
mih.irt. Two older children were so
badly burned from their elothes titling ,
fire that they lied; they cannot, ac
count fur tlie llames Two other
children of tlie same tiiim will probuhly
diu form similar burns. The track of
the storm was narrow and through a
sparsely settled 1 fL'i:i.
lion it z Hotel lluinetl.
A telegram to the News it Observer,
from (foldsboro-. dated '1U inst..
says: llonit' Hotel iu this city was
destroyed by tire ai three o'clock this
afternoon. The building was brick,
three stories high with foity rooms.
Most of the fui nit tire was saved hut
damaged. The tire was first discov
ered on the roof. The cause is sup
posed to be n defective line. The
loss is estimated at S-KMHIil ; insur
ance ii'i!. (MM). During the progress of
the tire three men were slightly
wounded. Th'o proprietor had left
for Washington t'lty a few hour pre
vious. The hotel was a handsome build
ing, containing some forty rooms. It
was tn Centre street, in a few yards
of the railroad tracks, ami was only
separated by a street from the opera
(irateful to Invalids.
Florestun Cologne is grateful to
A Foolish Mistake.
Dmi't make the mistake of confouu-
tling a remedy of merit with tpnick ;
metliciiiHH. We siienk f' un exneri- ;
tncewheuwu t-ay that Pu. keid (bn-
yer Tonic is a sterling health rmtor-
ative which will do nil that is claimed
for it. We have used it ourselves ,
with the huppiest results for Iiheu-
mnt sm v. l...n t i, .n,i-
Sen adv. 'finite.
Dr. WE LYNCH,
will visit rimjipl Hill ..u the e.vn.l Monday In
All full l.-fl Willi lr. A. II. Il..ln-ltni .r D.
MiVmili.v will In r.iuptly iiiii'iidi'd to.
IVI.'y J, II
Patents for Inventions.
E. W. ANPKIiSON. J. f. SMITH. '
700 7th St., Washington, T). C.
So fn f"i iTi'llmlnary i--iMiiiijit.in. Nt ft p nn
loss prtti-ui i iiIi-.wh.I. I fi n Ii hh tii.-ui anv .iiIht
ri'si..iiiii'lii ftci'iii'v. lt'"'k "f hiiirin.-iiliii hont
h:iric. ki'iiTuiiri't riiriilsh.-).! it) rp-
I). T. JOIINOX,
Ag't for Ikirker's Standard (Juano,
OltniCKS Foil j
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lla'tng .iiilltl-1 lis V1iutMslriit..r ..f Mm.
Am c.. ai.. dis-'iu-wl. I h.Ti i.v notify .ill .vr..mt
hoi'lnitf rlaims iijiint sui-1 iin....(i-iii t.. i-xiiii.tt
ili (.ami t un' .ii t b.-r- rc tin r.ili duv ..r Aj.rU
Its.'. I.. 1'. fol Nt lii, A.iin r.
A.rll 6. issj.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK,
8pring Wagons, &c.
Vkde of thd Ust nintoniiiii ud rally warrant
et), to be eoitl rcbtKrdli.ri! ot oojt. 'rartion in ;
wkut will oaoHnit their own intereet i,j txtm
iaiug oar stock an1 priran bvfure bnviuK.
we are determined to bell, and liare oiit df n
our priceii no tliny otnoot be met by taj olker
bonee in the Htate.
Ateo a fall Mock of.
Hand 3InI Utirtiomn
IlEPAIlUNfl done at bottom prioea, and in
Head for pricee and rntn.
a. A. licKEin AS
Fayet nlle, N. Ot
XKCl TOUS NilTH'K.
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.Ik.-i'Hs,. I, I Iminl.v !..lifv n!i .i-s..iis ...in
to mi', i'C ..! l-fti
l- iii in i.Ii. tl
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II. II. K1KK, l.i.'.-iii..r.
THE KSWPEERLESS SEPARATOR
t'nnn.it t i- v -i.i
mhvln tin. i;i inn.
'rri-lii'iii, N. ,1.
irl.e list , .i I Ir.'M
' I t'T .liir.liiulr. i-l.'niilii.-, nil. I
Mmiiitn. 1 111. I l.v I: iil .1: s,n,
t,..'ii. 'icni..ffiii. A,.
W I.. I UNIMIN.
l !Msl..,i..-, N. c.,
' til f.'r i'ha-!i.,ni is initj .
Ai.rtl .',1 ;i:n.
An Mffiifi, Tavbr Esrss-Fewer
Will I... I .;i
. ..I us
1 l .in
in- .-ii :(n- :.ni! -..i
1 . M m.i. a:
r, J M- s Me, in
April in, ins-: 1 ,
I'te-i-.p.-. N. C.
Ai Invlgoratlaa Ktedltlrt that Ntvtr Intoxleitti
'l hi ilf li.iom r..itil.,.i .11..H rf t.irt-rr. IturSil,
M.iii,liis. Stillit. 1; . .. e.l many btl-.'r i-f ttie Lrll
V'gtit.Ip Ifinntiri kii.wii. ti:i I itisoiitrit of
Uic Lowei, stuiiirfli, li.cr, kt.:iir kn.lluri;, Ail
Tht Beit and Surest Cough Cur Ever tlief.
If vim are iuf':V:iti(; ft ,nt IVtu.-'c l '..mpt-iiutt,
Nert"iisnf ."-.Vi'fti.in.s, Kl ,.i.m.iiini l.yitp
i'1 ' r nny ii:.r .1 .1? rr ii.::n.rv. t.--c l'j:l;tr't
Om'rr T.u.l. . l v ill stiriMtllieii L14IU Anil body
and give ) 01 new iiie ami t i'ir.
Pjiit for .spvtliinpiniunon, f.iind 111 Omger Tonic
ei for f .lime lr. i,r,p nr cute,
ffc- ,.l : ,.i. ,1 .!... io..r r Irr, Hnekattoc
It Sua. tnai hi ,.r.....r lv Hi,, , k c-, I'.l 'n Ji.S .f.
ONLY THREE CENTS
is what it will rust ymi to write us
ami secure our circulars and prices,
Auricultaral Impleiuents & HacMnes
evt r t.flcrcd iu our State.
S(K) bushels Fiel.l Peas.
8(M bushels Extra Early (irorgia
Cut toll Sectl.
OnCMAKD I! I! ASS,
Farly Amber Sugar Cane Seed.
REAP EI IS,
TIIEfiEAV TIIRESIIEU ANI
SKI'Vlv-VTOU lloto s JOO.
" r,tl' f,,r l'." tieiil;us.
L. L. FOLII Ci CO., ,
liALEDllI, -N. C
V V-MSnJ,,i,le'.. nd
-1 ' Menu. I
April 1J ini. lm
Spring and Summer
HATS, IS COMPLETE
GRAND SPRING OPENING
Will tatii Place April 4ft.
To which we respectfully invite our friends and th - public generally,
LEAPING CLOTIIILKS AND TAILOIW,
l'ayetteville Street. Opposite V. S. P. O., RALEIGH, H. a
Orders sent by mail will receive
RALEIGH MARBLE WORKS.
I. W. DURHAM,
FA YKTTE VILLI! Sf., KALEKJH, N. ('.
ative m mm granite m marble mcsumeits,
II K. INTONES, T All LETS, ('.
OltHKH- ll:o .v -.I.K! AND SA I I.SfACI ION (ilAft ANTKID.
i"i m i. 01: uitriK i--..ii run v. ax.i in mi.n. m
IX STOIII-: AND
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;t .,11 1.1 .i,,,. 1 ,..,... Tln..!iy H;,j .
Him Illicit. I- St I 1 ties
l.'iv. .iisi:..h llaviil W In:.. n...... MB.
j.mi.1 hu-ti.'ls Mil-c an 1 Miv 1 c .in.
l.lhM ST lis St..tt n s.i Lull i.iiiin.,,
."sin mi. ks Wnikri V n l'i,. , i.,
Conies, Sugars, Tlour, Iffcw Cuba and Wow OrUaas
Iuola;scs, and a full lino of othor goods.
Tin. i;.s.,s nni 1,,. ,... ,. ,,w , B;)V , ,.. ,ir k. , M1 , aij t,mr,,l4.
.-.hi i-. iin i..ini) r liiiinnl :i. hI..' iiim..niaM.I ..iimii.. hii I . i. l'h.i,i rt L. i the lei eatrM
In Oils Ml.irk'l. t'lul li, 1 .Xa'IIIM- l!: Ml I ..11. .lir.'lr,lllC
v . 01ClCI-i, WV.V'I'T V TYI.()ll.
llHl. Uh. N. l .. Vnr.'li I, t.shj.
SELDOM Elf I 'ALLF.D!
CtMIPLETE 31 A X Ult E
Corn, Cotton and Tobacco!
No fertilizer ever introduced has undergone severer tct. orrom ooi
of them with a better rt cord, than the
C4- TJ j ri -rvr
otui jDi-auu uompiete manure.
If has been in use in Virginia ami North Carolina since 187.1. nd dar
ing that tune has been np.lied to all kinds of soil under every Yariaty f
season. Evidence that it hat gi en general ami great satisfaction i fouad
in the fact that since its introduction over
have Lei n sold in this market alone : ami also in letters f.ml eertifiraUt trwm
5.000 Planters and Farmers
of Virginia and North Carolina, who have used it from one to eight jMtrft
all going to establish it as a f.n-t that, all things considered, it is
Equal to Any and Surpassed by TJone.
Wo ofTer it with great confidence fur use on the ('ottos, Com tad
Toiuito crops o be planted in 1SS2, with the assurance that it i ia all
re.pee!s fully eipia! l-i what it has been inthojam. Knowing tlie maUriala
which enter into its comj tuition, and niamifactui i:ig it under our paraoaal
surper ision, we
GUARANTEE THE STANDARD.
It litis bet-ii Ihe aim of nil conm-eted with the Guano to product tkt
best possible fertih.-. r nt the lowest pos.-ible eoi-t. ami we rlaim thai tar
extended experience ami unusual resources ami facilities have enabled at to
approach (his mme nearly than has been ibue iu nnr tither fertilirar witfc
w hich we are itcipiainted. Thoe who have been usiiifr it unite with ut ia
t'.e opinion that
By its Use the Consumer Qota tho Greatest SeBofit
from the Smallest Outlay.
An ordinary application nf this (iuano will cause nn increase of 10P io
20it percent, in quantity -at the same time improving the quality tatl
hastening the maturity of the croo.
For sale by our Agents at all important points nt price as low anal ta
as lils ral term as uuv other standard hiih i'iade fi'itilizur. Wa anliaaa
your confidence and patronage.
y, L, LONDON, Ap'iit at
J- G- FOUSHEE, A't
February it'.. lKS-J. 2ims.
SUPER PHOSPHATE I
Total Oonc Pho&.
2 1 tv 30 9
. J.tif 1
W1I. DAVISON' St CQi
118 W. Lombard St., Dltimore.
S..IIH1 A.-ksStlMMlftWl riCllpSi'.. Il.lkn.
I. k Orarnm rnrk sjiiallty inaMltt4
1,ih mi. 1.11714.A-ti . j. 1,1 fii.'s.i;i, (ueraaie4
I.. I. r Un- int-lis. grmir In Hi uii.rki, tm
1.1 j.it i on' . aiHilnM l'li...iorl- Arl.
,Viii s. ks iini.iwiH'a Anun.'iilatwl lwelf4
NEVE It EXCELLED I
ALI.I.'-'OY k ADDISO.V,
MiUiiifitft titers, li..'hmond, Va.
I Ml t: slM.ro', I'K.vjd, .Xfonrure ant!
BUY FOR CASK.
TJELTF.VING the past 5eon hi tet
Avintcd the intelligent class of plan ten.
thut it Vrntllil )it llllr In l,v for fmk
.jm man v.oiiun opium, we oner liin
rlirrct tothr l'lmiter for fjuperton iaaav
loail lets, l.rvt uanliocs $12 per Iota,
Nt Agents. 'Mhisc onlf who tan pf
Cash, reel write fur prices. Finiwa'
Chilis, (nangcrs anil tlraleit art inTilrd ha
visit our Winks or write us. We alto ia
pint ami manufacture a full line of
such at Acid 1 ho.sj.riate, Sulp, Ammuvii.
Nitritt Sol.i. Kainit. Ac.
All roU sut.jt'ct to nnaiyti of lhtOV.
T'AHNM', Director tf Ajj. Fxp. Station.
twit mm r anknown lo jron iuk jumw lafev