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THE DAILY BATTMODB
Is published every morning exetpt Monday at
QBZEHSBOEO. H. V
By the Battle-Ground Publishing Co.
J. W. ALDRiCHT, Managor.
GREENSBORO, N. C, Wednesday, Jnne 8, 1881.
Tee months "r.r:."' LN
"For tbe campaign only so eelta.,
tO- An friends of prohibition are urged to help ua,
City tuUsbrt be served by curler or
through the post efftce.
So name entered nnta the money U received. "
y We earnestly eolidt oar friends all over the
county to write us short letters giflng say Items of
geseral Interest. Be rare to writ plain end on
one nde oc the peper only.
Oar foundries are crowded with work.
There wu no Mayor's court yesterday.
"Ye local" leaves for Trinity College today.
. The gum of the Guilford Grays are splen
The Reidsville Sensation.
A representative of the Battix-Gxouxd
called at the dry prison yteterday to see the
negro, Taylor, who is charged with outrag
ing an estimable lady in Reidsville on last
Friday eight. Be fa a if i Taylor to be a
dark yellow color, atout five leet six Inches
high, 29 years old aod rther slim. He has
sharp, ngly features and eyes that Tery
much resemble those of a Chinas ax His
hair is alack on the top ol his heed and
rather red around tberrown and Tery
kinkey all over. His countenance is ex-
called for ice cream
One inch ,1 day ..
8 days .
1 day ..
6 days .
3Kntered at the Postofflce in Qreeaaboro, 21. C.,
as second-class matter.
BXVISXX) SAXLT BT '
HOUSTON & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
$3 00 a $3 50
Bf eaclstufis Flour, per sack,
f ' ' Corn meal, bu.
Grain Wheat, per bushel,
Provisions Bacon. hog round,
Apples Green, '
Dred Fruit Apples, bright slie'd
Peaches, prime, 12 a
good to co. 2 a
75 a 80
10 a m
8 a 10
15 a 20
vnly thirteen more days in which to list
Clgarettess are said to injure the lungs
loo out boys.
We are glad to see Mr. Dick Bogart's arm
out ox the sling at last
Wears alter that street sprinkler yet-we
neeaea it wuily yesterday.
" looking after the
pawn detachable saloons.
TVl PnmAfi. TTIll Vf - - .
- flunenw ar.
" j iuj ui season s ruin.
Subscriptions are coming to us from an
orer the State. We thank the people.
Sample Brown showed us a nice line of
straw hats yesterday afternoon Just in.
VW tl ll a a
won i ine autnonues please enforce the
Live Men who Mean Business.
We publish t items for public interest
and for the purpose of girisg cur readers a
history of the business cf seme of our most
important men. This column Is not for
sale under any circumstances.
Teeter day wo were tramping around on
the warm track of a local, when w ran
maek into the establishment of
xmu. sxaxx A co. ,
oa West Market street. oooosit the Court
with you the abundant success you
oath BATTi-Gaorxn. whose potent In
struments of waraxare an the pen and i s.
planted oa the sure foundatlosi of
might and right of truth and justice.
High Point, N C. Jane 3d. 1 SSL
ceedingly mean. He seems to be penitent, I House, an das we were in no particular hur-
and expresses himself as convinced that the J ry we got into a conversation with the Cap
Beidsrille people will ryasja hint eL He is I tain and learned the following items: Capt.
kept chained close to the &or and the cell . A. Small eommsnced his business career
door has three Tery substantial locks on it ha his natife town. Edeaton, N. C., in 1850.
While our reporter was present, he dined in the nxt four tmti he ksot iim 4b
freeley on fat meat and corn bread, showing Plymouth, Washington, Kewbern and
that all his trouble fails to dull his appetite. Beaufort. In 1854 ho entered the wholesale
The Sheriff, being informed on Monday
night that an attempt would be made to
taka Taylor from the jail and haag him. took
him from his cell and in company with a
guard, he was taken to some place in the
country where he was guarded until yester
day morning when he was" returned to jail.
Monday night about 3 o'clock, a large party
of men were scouring the city and suburbs
in search of the prisoner, determined to take
the law in their own hands. Failing to find
him they left town, goiqg in an easterly
course, under the impression that the negro
had bn carried in that direction. The af
fair is to be ftrr much regretted as it is a
sad blot upon our section of the State.
notion business in Baltimore and remained
A young man residing In Madlaon. Wk,
twenty-en years of age. has married tits
diworoed second wife oc his gTandfathec
He who has ridden in a conn try stage
coach knows bow cream feels when tt is
Wing churned into butter. Boston Trans
ripL 4 And none butter man who has tried it
fsovt how a stage lor-cheese.
-She was a daisy," but she put her EttU
French-heeled shoe on a bannlna peel, smd
in a aah was transformed Into a lady-slipper.
She then roee, bit her tulips, and ttS
there two years. In 1856 he formed a part- kept a lookout for a nice young fellow,
1 gQ ordinance requiring the streets to be swept !
twice each week ?
Mr. Ben-Bates, of the firm of L. H. Blair
& Co., Richmond, was in the city yesterday.
Full of fun as erer.
Will Armfield opened a new, lot of dress
goods yesterday and we saw some neat
12 stylet among them.
Our tobacco men could show up well at a
fair.:, It would increase their business. Let
thexa talk the matter orer and confer with
other prominent citizens.
nership with a Mr. Dasbiell, brother of the
Mr. Dasbiell of Greensboro, and opened a
dry goods boose in Darenport, Iowa. The
climate beine too serere he returned te
Edenton the following year, and started a
shoe store, and remained there until the
war broke out. At the dose of the war he
ers in notions and fancy goods, and bas re
mained in the same line of business erer
since. In 1877, .under the firm name of
Scott, Small A Co., he started the first re
gular wholesale notion house in North Car
olina. This firm was dissoWed by limita
tion on the 1st of last January and he then
she could marigold, aad an j body who says
he didn't, can lilac thunder.
Disconsolate Jones was sitting oo a banasi
out on the beach, looking Tery "fll","Ti")Bt,
when old Uncle Moee earns along. Whae)
de matter now, Jones?" asked the old tasn.
I is jest a w 'in j In about myself." respon
ded Disconsolate Jones. 'Ton is ds hls-
-ned to Baltimore and crgaxired the I tool, nigab, on GalTeoton Island. Tew.
of Mills, Small A Co., wholesale deal- is always worryin ysrself to deff about srof-
fin at alL"
The Revised Testament.
We must say there are some changes made opened, by himself, in his present location.
in the new edition that we do not like, take.
It was In the smoking-room of an Atlan
tic steamer that a worthy Teuton was Ulk-T
ing about weather forecast. Look bersT
said he, "I dell you That it it: Ton potter
don'd dale no ah lock in dem rsttsr brdX
lions. Dose beeple don'd know nodding.
Dey cant dell no patter as I can." "Bs
my dear sir." said a person present, "tber
foretold the storm which we hare Just sa
fer instance. The Lord s Prayer, in the I
sixth chapter of Matthew.-
OLD i xxw.
a nne line of notions, hosiery, white goods, countered." "Veil, dot ish so," said the
laces, trimmings, Hamburg edgings, in-1 Teuton, contemphvilTely, "but I dell
sertion. embroider, rmhm nm.n. hat it Is dot sthonn would haff
Nails per keg,
Iron per lb.,
Salt fine, per saek,
Lime Per . barrel,
Cement Per barrel.
Calcined Plaster per bbl
Wool per lb.
Hides Green, per lb.,
Hay In Bales,
Shucks In Bales,
Rags Per lb.,
town wools, buttons, shirts, ladies' under
wear, gents' furnishing goods, jewelry, and
in fact one of the most eomDleU line of
goods that it has been our pleasure to ex
amine. The Captain dianlaTed ee trt
yust the asms if it had not Wen bredieted.
A Liberal Offer.
Oxxxrooao, K. C. Max S3, l&SL
BxTTUt-Gacrxn Prxuurxxo Co: Ds
Our Father which art in Our rather which art in 1
hearen. hallowed be ThyjheeTen. hallowed be Thy
name. Thy kmcdom eomeJnazne. Thy kingdom some.
Thy wUlbedoneln erth.Thy will be done, as in I
as it ia in hearen. OlTe.htW, so on earth. OIts
us this day our dailyiusthis day our dally bread.
our debts as we fbrciTelae we also bare forftrea to Tisit his plaoe for be slwajs has some- through your paper, that in order to placet
ourOAOtors. AnaieaauMour oeotors. ana onug thiccr haw In ahnw thm TT. Am .
deiirer ns from eril : foridliTr us from the eril I jobbing trade, the merehanta of thm Mrtu. I heart, in the hands of. STerrbodT. I wl
It looks like Gullet had sold enough tnr-1 Jri knowing the adrantacts to be cained bf til produce of any kind, eegs. chicken
in bis selections, and the ladies always like kind enough to make this standing oSt
ale the paper that has our interest so muai a
m . M m.v m . m . . t
?ICSarioo Jtiherfrwt iao . ..L . so why he eemnct-aupacaty uj Ig tJc
1 " - i a a. tit a. ri a . an a 11 a . a . ... ....
$3 75 a ti 00 n aoa'l care. y e xau 10 see say ieap uia iraa iwiw u bought of a jobbing house In New York.
4 . CI I vmaV m A.nfM T f W K.tlnin 1, Tv. nA I til. 11. . .
O u I 1 uuui " I UU IIDCBMI axe UKUfc UQ US HAM U frm.m .
. w -."i r . . . k . . w
jui.ju.xj. uranson writes xrom Kaielgh improTement in language; for to our mind. adranUges in buying that are enjoyed by
that the State Committee will send J. f! ti. t' p... h,A t Am-1 .i i.vi rr . . . .
i cq auo wwiit. 4.;M, m - ... -v- - I vviic jvuuer. ui caj aone muca towards
4 00 Pn0e' 0x6 colored orator to Qnshoro some leered by some eloquent Dirlnes, is one of building up the trade of our town, and the
3 00 a 5 00 umo oeiore jniy ist, to lecture on Prohibi- the finest Compositions in the English ton- TUTni-Gnonro is alw.r. olmA ta .
There is a spirit of supplication, of L,ood word far rach n(n aj. Cnt TAwr
butter, etc., for rcbaoipOons and pay the)
Ifraab foTthorapen 1 TT. C Hnjfcx
Items of Interest.
ninety-ix counties In Ue
Mr. John Chamberlain has returned from
Springfield Mass. He gives a glowing ac
count of his trip. Says he saw Barn urn's
circus while he was gone and that it was the
biggest thing he erer saw.
earnestness, and pleading in the old Tendon
that seems lost in the new one. We do not
think the revising committee should hare
laid hands upon this sacred passage. It re
presents the words of Christ, and not in-
A Marriage and Prohibition.
It was my privilege last evening to at
tend, by invitation, the marriage of one of
MMHSBOKIJ TUBAUUU HAKK.I1T. ! rerulr curtontj.
BXP0BTEX) DXTLT BT
Scott, Hatcher & Co.,
Lugs Common, Bed
do Med to Good
Leaf Fillers Common
$3 to 4
5 to ex
ex to 8
8 to 12
8 to 10
10 to 15
IS to 30
20 to 60
Fine, demand good, none offering
Our manufactories are in full operation and are
paying good prices for all working grades.
We are buying smokers for Baltimore, and wrap
pers for Lynchburg markets. We are, also, expect
ing .orders from other markets.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
There are now
Kinston Journal : Mr. Henry E. Knee
who confirmed by the Senate as nsi
for the southern district of New York, is
native of Elnston and a near relative of V,
A. Coleman, Esq.
Axrengexneote have been made at the In
dian efflew for the removal of about 70 of
tbe North Carolina Cherokee Indians to the
spiraiion, and it should not have been tarn- Bandolph's worthiest sons to one of Gail-1 1 territory. It is thought that all the
The BiTTLE-GEorwD took a couple of Ped with. There is nothing more im-1 ford's most charming, though adopted. K" " IfAV 15S sff00
rm t i. m T rtf 1 -
ixa ago vera, lot ptrun auwa were nio-
ston Blair and Miss Kate C White, formerly
of N orris town. Pa. It was a Quaker-Presbyterian
wedding. The courtesy of choice
was allowed the lady, and the Bev Mr Dai-
ton, of this place officiated after the man
ner of the Presbyterian church.
The nuptial ceremony was performed at
the residence on the Model Farm cf the
bride's mother, in the meaenf e nf nnr
than iO friends and relatives of the happy ke,Tfh" ben to4u D:
pm. mm enxa paxior, lean- ba nm01tL There is now but one ln-
ing on the arm of her beloTed, attired in ecriptien on the monument. It is on tbe
a very tasteful and becoming bridal costume shaft and Is : -One Country, one Constiba-
and was soon, as it were, in the "twinkling 4a- OD Dftif J-' The Yorktown eommi-
. . , ,v.. . don will soon inspect tat nodal, to final
of an eye, translated from the easy going ftporoTaL
little bark of single blessedness to the
grandlj sailing dual geared veeeel of eon- Yennor predicts that June is lHosiy te
kit.. ,r,A ptot. warm, wren hot and dry up to about
0 w mm er -w
" horns" yesterday mornine. MaTor Eckel pressive than the original Lord's prayer, and
found them in the rear of his store. They we trust that it will be many days before
belonged to about the largest beetle we ever the prayer that was taught at the knee of a
mother, now dead perhaps, shall be cast
aside for a new version net half so good.
In te-morrow's issue we will publish full
report of to-day's exercises at Trinity Col
lege, being 12 hours ahead of any other
paper that reaches our people. We will
have a special reporter on the ground.
Why can't Greensboro get up . a county
fair? Other counties have them, and it
would draw trade to our city, besides its
other benefits. Plenty of time to get up
one this falL We could make a fine exhibit
of eounty-xnade machinery, and minerals,
produce, woods,-and household fancy work.
We could get up a fair that would be a
credit to us. Let some of the leading cit
izens talk it over.
R. R. R.
Passengers by rail, leiTing here for the
mountain resorts of Western North Carolina,
can take a sleeper direct to Asheville, via
Judging by many new cars, our Railroads
are getting ready for the eoming business
Capt Dodson has resumed his duties.
Capt Pride Jones is back also at his post
The Sultan of Turkey declares that un
lets the Bey of Tunis declares he is still m
vassal of the Ottoman Empire, be will b
solemnly deposed. Then France will prick
up her ears. There Is the nucleus ot a first
curs European muss out of the Tunisian
The model of the Yorktown mousmecL
i which was sent to artists in hew York U
make such changes as might srursest
cnenL The Inscription on the base has aa
DiALIB fSTTUSKITTnUE, COTTXXS, C
' " (IKendenhall Bunding.)
Deth of Mrs. Catherine Coffin
We have just received . information from
I Cincinnati, advising us of the death of Mrs.
Catherine Coffin. This notice will call to
the memory of some of our oldest citizens,
many interesting circumstances in connec
tion with the life of Mrs. Coffin. She
List Your Taxables.
The law requires all persons, liable to
taxation, to list during the first twsnty
working days in June. You will therefore
take notice and govern yourselves accord
ingly, as it is a misdemf nor to fail to give
in at the proper timeandplace
I will beat my store from June 1st to 23d
inclusive, for the purpose of receiving a list
of the taxables in GilmerTownship.
A. P. Ecxrx, J. P.
I will be at my office every day except
Saturday from June 1st, i to 23d inclusive.
tha lfXS or 12fh dave. BeTond Lb
After hearty congratulations, the mer- ad ebowerr weather la probable v
ous invited guests, divided into three par-1 to the 20th. and frosts are likely to be ex-
ties, repaired one after another, to the spa- priencd pretty generally both in Canada
rt. Jr .k! Northern Btates. Asnow fall if
v ea-ev waa ,mm e w-vs w eesw aysi
supper" of ehoioe viands without any of
the wine that inebriates, was protracted to
a late hour.
Soon the joyous company disperaee pro
nouncing their benedictions upon the hap
May a kind Providence guide them safely
over the sea of time InU the quiet harbor
of eternity. . And nay some others of the
born in this county, and her maiden nams I f the purpose of receiving a list of the tax- whose eyes looked love to eyes
SeaTigX to Catherine White, better knoira at that able in Morehead Towuskib. Saturdays I hkh tpaks again" -realizing the fulfill-
not improbable la mountainous
The neighborhood of the 23d and 23d
looked, la the dsUnoe particularly cool aaJL
frosty, while the Itth to 23th dates, m C
contrary, smack of beat ia essay asctieos?
cfthe country. The neighhorhsod of Use
20th la likely to prove stormy la Westara
Ontario and Western United States, the
storms being in all probability aoossaps
nied by thunder and lightning aad bail.
The month will sod hot ia most parts, witk .
T dMira to call tout attention to my
wtrtmsnt of Bedsteads. Bureaus. Tables, Lounges
and ' solas, Chbeana nw'w. dav as " Eaiie White. She married Mr.
CnromOS, nenmcnom tun nmu fwA.cw. m. i
rail line of Window Shades and fixture. I Leri Coffin,, and left this State Tin 1831,
nnesthesne tathe Sty sad am prepared to all any going to Newport,' In d.,' where Mr. Coffin
order from tne mty or Lxmnny at cwo noun nouc.
To arriTe in a few days, the finest line of Burial
Bobes ever In this section. :
I will be in Grand Jury room of the Court
House. Jus. W. Atsstoht, J. P.
was connectea wiin ue "'unaergrouna
! Railway,'' . employed in' assistiiig-fugitive
Tb rent, a small house of 3 rooms in this
slaves to escape to the iree States. ; Mr and city, address N, this offieej
Mrs Coffin tocame 'widely celehrated in j aitmation wanted for s boy 15 years old
this work, and only a few yean ago, since vno writes a fair hand, in some business in Smitn. prohibition candidate for the pre- en
xnent of their fond dreams ot last night.
Kow for Prohibition, tbe friend and pro
moter of inch happy, occasions as the one
described. The whole party are prohibi
tionists, some of them of long standing Tbe
bride-groom, for instance,' cast the only vote
in Eandolpa county In 1S78 for Green Clay
I GItpENSBOItO, N. C.
ja-City lots-improved aad vacant fox sale or
rent; also farms and mineral lands for sale.
Parties wanting to buy, rent, or sell real estate
will do well to consult me... ;
the war, Mr Coffin paid a visit to his old
friends In this county and made the state
ment to one of our friends, Mr Asa Knight,
that 3,100 fugitive slaves passed through
this city, address X this office.
Milch Cow Wanted.
A good milch cow is wanted, apply to
L. W. Axuxrws.
idency. Other prominent gentlement in
i attendante from Randolph b eerily endors
ed the BaxTLS-Gaorro and want
the Prohibition Convention of their
county to adopt the paper as its organ. We
'Madame Rumor" was busy at eotuSr.
circulating the report that ths Baltimarai
Obio road bad bought oat the Clyde' inter
est in tb Richmond A DeaviOe road, Ae,
and conserarntly the Midland extanxioa;
was as dead as a herring. But Madame"
wish, we think, was father to the thought,
as the rumor came from oar neighbor.
Reidsville. As an estoppie of the above, we
noticed twelve carte and a good man led
mules pass through our town Wednesday,
rout for Walnut Cove, Winston, Sa.
Forty-igtt mora will paa through la tfcs
next tea days, aad 2S0 hands will bs activel
at work I y tbe 15th InstanL This Is lads-
pendent of the private contracts. "MadamsT
may roil that as a rwest mores! madrr
tocgua. Lesistille Gazette.