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THE DAILY BAmi-GRODffl)
'"ea nix except Monday .t
aoitfd be ddrMM lo the
HTTe cnouriD PUD. CO.
One week .....
Oae jaoata .........
MTor the campaign only 86 centa.-s
taken for mKurdstin.
-W- All friend, of prohibition ate urged to help u.
WU1 rred by carrier or
""vugu wie poet exnee.
No ume entered until the money is received.
3 days ....
3 day .."..".".'.'."."."
days ' "
i.euy .-. ;;
0 daya..... 1'
..-Entered at the PosU-ffloe in Greensboro, N O.,
as aeoond-dasa matter.
Iniaht of Honor.
GmrroBD Lotxjs, No 1777, XoighU of Honor
fleet firat and third Tharaday nighta in each month
G&kxhcbobo Loixje, Ko. 389, Ladled and Knights
of Honor, meets aecond and fourth Thursday nighta
in each month.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
Bttma Vista Lodge, No. 21, meets every Tnea
Paislxt ZxcucruKXT. Ko. 10, meet second aad
fourth Friday nighta in each month.
Independent OrderGood Templars
OunnoBO Lonos. Ko. 7. xneeU Monday niht.
. -A.ncient Free Mumns.
GaaxssBOBO Lodgk, Ko. 76, meeta on Saturday
night before the fall moon in each month.
POST OFFICE DIRECTORY.
Maila going North clean every day at 9 o'clock, a.
m., and 7.30 p.m.
Kails goitfg South cl e eTery day at 9 o'clock a,
rfl., and 9 p.m.
Maria going East close every day at 9 o'clock a. m.
Hails going to Salem and Winston closes every
day (Sunday excepted) at 9 o'clock, a. m., and 9
O'clock p. m. On Sundays at 9 p. m.
Hail going to FranklinsvilJe closes or. Mondays,
'Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 o'clock, a. m.
Mail arrives from Frank liii6Ule on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 :30 p. m.
, Mail going to Snow Camp closed ou Tuesdays and
Fridays at 6 o'clock a. m.
i Mail going to Long's Mills closes on Mondays at
f o'clock a. m. The mail for Long's Mills only,
and not for any of the intervening Poet Offices on
the route; can be sent East during the week.")
Mail arrivea from t',e North every L.y at 9.2C a. m.,
8.17 p. m., and 9.26 p. m.
Mail' arrives from the South everyday at 9.30 a. m.
asd 7.57 p.m. "
Mail arrives from the East every day at 7,5 ' p. m
Mail arrives from Salem and' AVinston every daj
gSunday ezoeptedj at 9 a. va, and 7 3d p. m. Ou
Sundays at 7.30 p, m. I
Mail arrives from Asheboo every day (Sunday ex
cepted) at 6 o'clock p.m.
Mail arrives from Snow Camp oo daea days
and Saturdays at a o'clock p. m.
Mail arrives from Long's Mills on Mondays at
7 o'clock p. m. J. D. Writs, P. M.
S s 0 o 2
m m . 2 t
will? nyfl y V
III Sfound CJkn,p.
general Interest. &nlL?2 "Tltaasof
How about that bath boos ? " "
Thethcrmometer ye.torfcj reached 102.
Tto brightnes of the rri. i. rTTfr
Dr. enbow haa been Tery Ick for aerer.
a I days.
Please hand in the church notice this
bon pfo-nio at Pleasant Garden toniay, came
to band too lata for publication.
What haa become of all the yountr mock
ng bud. thia Sumiaer ? We hare not
one on Bale the whole aeaaoa.
nol6 -ad T6rj 8light rai Jiay after
ns thxnk how mce a gooj rain woixld be.
Some of the aaleamen say that the earl
Zmgthl 'l0"8 then more t me
arraTg:me7Lth8 tne 7 o'clock
Jobn Chamberlain showed us a nice line
of bndal present, yeaterday. Thosd q
torested can cut thia out and save it.
We have had an attio built to our ther
mometer in order to gire the mercury
more room to operate thia weather.
In answer to many inquiries we will say
n n T 8Uppl abera of
the Battxe-Gbocki. They are all ex
We noUce an increase in the tendencies
of the young people, to drite late theae
moonlight evenings. Thev mom :j
erable dust and "hotness.'
The Mayor any if tnose mhIm. hn ... !
mt 1 1 w mm a a V
- - - vvjsuuuusoie
back lota, will notify him of the location he
will see that tho ordinances are rigidly en-
- r awiwi sna objectionable
la ..a ...
The new omnibus for the Benbov Houae
uas arrivea. it in one of tho finest in the
i .. . . .
State. The doctor is nnttin. i.. I
"stylte" in opening the new house.
WehaTe.oommanic.tioa ,i8ed "Jos.
tlCe. Whir.h VTA Mnnnf nnkl.' .U a, I
reason that we inLTt nr. Vl . .
reason inai we insert no COmmnn Mtnn.
. . . , -
The street cleaning bureau
Ihe street cleaning hnrwin rM
- " w wa
Thursday night and last night, ahoveling
up the dust It is so dusty and dry that
they can't work during the day, as the
streets would be impassable oa account of
the dust raised.
Mr. W. D. McAdoo is -making arrange
ments to get up an excursion to Beaufort
as soon as a party of 25 can be mrwi
j Fare to be $6.75 for the round trip. . This is
a good opportunity to go down and dip
yourself in the '-sad sea waves." For $6.75
you can dip to your heart's content
There was an ice cream famine Thursday
night All the dealers sold out dnrino- thA
day, and many were the disappointed onea
who searched for the frozen edible. This
may bare been a conspiracy on 4he part of
the bo: bo didn't want to set 'em op."
We still receive numbers of letters and
postalby every mail, asking ns to contin
ue the , Bxttix-Gbotthd Eftex the election.
It is our intention to do bo, and il all . the
partly who have written-ua will got to
work ind . help .'establish ; it, , ; we promx
them the best wa have in the. shop.
Mr. JXvG. Brrger one of . the popular
Bergers,1 . well known here, wroU to
Willis & Nicholson yesterday that he would
bring. them Mr. Geo. a Knight the great
est of all German: com edlnsv fsr their r
cuit next seaaoxu- Mr. Knigh will be rap-
porte ny KAight and a oaref ally se-
lected company in the T Uugnabte,. comedy.
wtea company in the T iaugnable comedy, I
Baron' Budornb. Their date '4n
boro wiU be Jan. 21st 1882'i
J i ' - - - - - - i- - ' - I
Madbos; July 6, 1881.-A Mr. Warren of
thn place', died (6-day at 2, p.- m.k of an
ovarM of lanrl&nnm miiiUtaMrl K M.
own hand. ' He bad' bncV Ibeaa a
r t,.4'i'-.VA.'. ujJ;.
fman;but i faHeti inlo6UsaiTition. ' and!
KrnnVf Kt, 'V.JL-- -.'it- ilt I
which was thecftase of bis auielde. We
commepd, this cam to the Attention of the
prohibitionists, .bp arA .triTingtb all
thvir might for. af
.fialJ0- i .. .... ... T V
5 i,! 1
i rt . , . . . . , it........
C., Saforflay, July 9, 1881.
jr. j. Henry Smith. I D, will deUver
dtacoorae on tempera. , at tb pmbj.
tman chureh. next SnrT ij aittrnoon at
5 o'clock. Everybody are invited Md
there- will doubtlea, U large congreg.
tton present. ... Ij
speeches than the on
(LiTered by him
last night. He is doing
tiuch bar vnrk in
this campaign, and k gathering laurels'
wucinct uo goes. IT S I
hundred more like him. J
Lb we had one
Mr. A. C. Wray has
fine specimen ofEibbe
ft at our office a
wheat, that was
sown Feb. 15. It has
heads nd U well derelte'd In the "grain.
air. u. liUmer MinoJ representinC. the
Ceiem arug nouse 1L W. Powers fc
Co., of Richmond, w,jin the city yester-
d7- I :
Mr. H. B. Welbora,4
f High Point, was
In the city yesterday. J
Mrs. H. N. Snow, ofi
Dsrham, has been
in town for several dayi
She will be ab-
er T w " s-w sa.
sent from Durham soci Ume, on account
ill health of
er little daughter,
Our Foraes Report.
At nrxDQUaraaa, xi Mmrr Hovsr,
GaxAr&BOEo, July 9.
For Sundays Mess Wejean get the follow,
ing for Government 8ork :
Beef steak cuts 10 to 12 1.2; rn.t r,? .
8 to 10; soup piece. 5 ii 7; mutton 10; veal
o vo iv; pora: 10 to 12 1.2; chickens 12 1-2 to
iyig i; butter15Jo2i
1U; ouotam&ere ISO pecdosT;
caLhflA H fa
green corn 26
rv.. , uiuu. '.wpez pai.; peas 40 per
Pck; snaps 40 par fpeek radishes 2 pr
banch; tomatoes ldperlb.; peaches 200
n?r rmtA tnnlA a ja a. .
fur Anm 1 A .
i a a saw aw a bj usubi i sisaewr
on . Ir. , .
..toPer d;qUi 10 to 40 Pr
watermelons tn v.s ..k. .u or
Market well supplied.
"nM. thC ASSflSSi-
' " 2JQ,0n' hM glTen QS In'
;.nAni:. o .i..t
ocaiuoi oi juiy old. oontainine
Hoa. Tboa,- a. H.nd.icL- Po'a.th of ,a,
oration at UreencasUe. Indiana. W
f .k..i. . . . .
K . .. .. ' " Pr;niiam county, a., from the Nyrth.
b,.w. wt "o not space to publish it, , ln-vcst-log more cash, as it were.
for it would delight oar readers. It is fall ..wi . v i- . -t
r , .v . a . j "V hat I sediment ' as the river murmur-
of grand tbonghU, slothed in beautilul ed during high water. -Keokuk Gate Cay
language. Many persons remember a short Did that settle It ?--Erl Marbb?. There
talk by Governor Hendricks at the depot in , f,re Rroand8 for believing that it did. -Free
May. 1675; ho had been Charlotte. to de- r?8'
liver an address and-waa passing throoch 1 pMi t0 muih n lLi olJ jok'' il l
Greensboro, on hi. return home. The citi-j ,48trmiDloB" il lo mttch-z-ns
went to the-depot in large numbers ' Tbe wil1 of lhe ,aU v- Wlllum Morley
and on the arrival of the train IW r.n 1 raahon.w proveJ without trombie. No
vr ti ? I V. 1 tt,W i'One dared to con-at it fur fear of a Pun.hcn
for Mr. Hendricks, and ke come out on the
platform of tbe . car snd spoke for a few
minutes long enough for them to know that
he was and is a great and good man. We
extract the following from the oration, on
the attempt to ass?asinate Ihe President:
Ladies axo GrtTuirM-.TitU wM.tAn
is robbed ot much of ll pleasure bv the
fact that a wick'betoWde
upuu uio lue ij feel
that the srre'
him from "
Enterprising Book Agent .
An enterprising Boiton book agent re
turning from New Tork the other day,
with aome elegantly lVndon-bonndV and
cosuy copies oi ine. revised New Testament,
Soon found, him. it tniA U 1a tl"
")T w . ,.' 1U Y airectora'
10001 of Oo- of Wf .BuU street Unks and
tow e caahien who. m soon ai ne learned
ials business. orAtrrA rii'm.V
agent, quietljr. rmark.-iaesjfitb so
genUexaenin the eourse) of a week
Uut meit.irith'a pb occaa.
ionallv.!. Walked Out. Xevt diav ha .1
thabaak a era In an 'UJ
coaix ,W a.ahown into. the
directOT' TOOm. Cava verr atiaf.rfnrv
re,lon for opening ha sun't.'and, fcdi
fW- vT,-"bJef MlT
. . T r nMw
centwudntwaovtrBomoii Btan- : t
Who Saw it First ?
The question of who dxacorartd the pre
C1 bU- -oat uJLZ
one. Om.Wh... ...
the honor and the-Warn. r TV,..
. ia clein. ta
and all of them are witn
tu . ' itLin aparaUttly
a u aeairable tLat no lo-
jQ.UcebedooeiathUmatUr. and to this
end all . ; v
jt mm wz ii iiiiv j nnai FraBw
Ot V wu, or Pretioualr
... r-m ,orwAxa their claima without
the discovery was made by a private inii
viaaaj, bat who that Individual is
to be seen.
How a Dog Trots.
The Vaw YnV Rnn V . .j i . i
lo a dicuson in regard to the reason why
I uvk u aiagonaj position to the line
A if Am Kn , . 2 1 .
of bis motii n. One correspondent explains
that it is th beet way for a dog to trot lie
is less liable to upeet on a broad gauge
than whn going on a narrow gauge;" if be
want to turn he can do it more eai)y, be
cause he is partly turned around already;
and he can throw a glance backward, so that
he is safer from the attack ,in the rear. A
question quite as interesting as this one,
and wh.ch the public would like to see die
cashed, is : Does a dog trot sldewsys ?"
At Home and Abroad.
Guitau's wife was divorced from him on
account of neglect atd brutality. He treat
ed her rudely and about a year after they
were married deserted and left he r to earn
har own living.
The Lady Franklin Baj expedition sailed
at 12 M. July from St. Johns, N. B., on
an arctio exploration, her powder and all
stores having arrived on Ume. The Point
Barrow party, under Lieut. Bay, 'of the
army, will sail in the schooner uolden
Fleece from San Francisco
rithin a few
1 A great fire has been racing at M in. k
i"111 muo., "c,
McNamara, the crazy man arrested in
Washington for avowing his intentions to
kill Secretary Blaine, is not a native of Vir-
"iue, is noi a native or tr-
nor of the South: he came m K,B.
if:n:. . . '
! " Ubt
, W VUV a S4 ai KV
I f C"et bnl i8t'ld men don't
' get in mat nx.
T.ilo . Ukio, afe. ln J
' their baaine. Phil
tbe head .Boston Globe.
. It was damed .mart of the Wall Street
News to call Gould and Vandirbllt a pir of
tock. kings. Picayune,
Tho Piciyone man socked it to them
! tlme- Heel tee tbe mark as a humorist
They were speaking of a miar. just de
ceased. "Did he leave anvtbtng? asked
Smith. "He had to." was the .laconic a
swer of Fog. Boston Transcript
If he'd hades own way be would have car-
1 M a a
nea it wiw mm.
, $4.00 FOR $2.00.
Kow ii tie tine aii Dea't yon Fcriet It
' L ' - '
i - -
We will send to sny sddrees la that United !
States, Tax Hawxztz one year, and I
Ths Biae and Fall of thm If
the popular book by Bobt J.
- , Bafde!le hawkey. Ho-
The Eetaii Priea of 'tha Hawkey e is $2.00. '
Tba Hetail Pries of tie Book is $100. Yqu ;
can set them BAfk nn k.
with this Advertiaenasnt from the IUttt--
Gaocwj to lfmm. ;' Txx Hawxxtx Co..
V i.fi ' i r: .Buxlington, Iowa.
Or Wa will aend the Hawkeya for csze y.ar
and the Daily llsOUevGrsand untii afie the
Angnst tlce Uon both lor $LC0. The priesj
of lhe Hawkey e alone U $2.00. ,
Tho Caldvrell Corner
i Ti .
XX STorjr .a
H leads La low triM.
"' F"ce aad sta eataf
lit. . .
i i riTi
.,.1)110 for Mt Airy White
J 0W tcwrjro a VTUT CLAM LTXX OF
iucrj raoat wwstoxjlj-em to mt. aixr.
TABX TO MT. A LET AJTD EXTTTUC 100.
I ran a good iiwj u Wlnatoai aa4 aay M of
Conveyaace dalrd rtmalalMd ea aptLratlosu
r. o. acrcnrnLD.
The Old Beliablo !
V. (opy. Central He teJ, 0 reeaebero. K. a
DKT OOOD. HATJ. 8B0L8, OOTB" e4
DIES RECK Wium. aad CXOTHLXa.
CASH anfl WITH SHALL EIPEHSE.
I am prepared to oCer ths at a low as caa be aoldU
thiamarket. A trial is an I ask to roaxtatae what I
EaMaCaldcIengh & Bro.,
SJ" - mo- . ir - g m
m 8trt. GaMsaaoro. JT. a Keeps f afl Its e
TAMILT OnoCTJUES. COSTtCnOMrRUM. TO
BACCO. CJGAES. PIPE8. WILLOW A5D WOOr
E3I WAHX. Ac
ICX COLD SODA WATXB ALWAT8 031 DRAUGHT.
CALL AT OUB OLA S3 FKOXT 8TOKX,
OITOSrrE BXSOW HALL.)
w iTrnrn irvrtv .t,..
, . .a-unan. CUa;ISw
WATCH BEPAIR1 XO A SriClALTT
(truDta Er2rDow norsz.)
(inisENHnono. r e. '
W. B. Bogart,
West Harket Btreet,
Oroentoro. 2V . C . .
JJ8 C8T KXCITTTD A TT5Z UK 07 D1XSS
oootw, nosxtBT. on 08, rascr ooow.
SHOES. HATB. AC i
LAT5S AXD SUsflCEA
DREES GOODS. S
Call on J.F. Yates & Co.,
jrj0B cnoicr stoats, ccitxz. rrKtm
L.IBD, CANVASSED HAMS, SMOKED
BACON. WE KEEP A FULL LINE OP
STAPLE AND FANCY GllOCEIirPS
BALTIHORE FAHILT FlOIji
I WARHENlED TOE BEST
Aaf AC, : AC:
J WE MAKE A SPEC1ALTT OF ClOABS,
J aOARETTH .ad TO II Arm
i - . w : h
WE WILL NOT BE UNDEHSOLD,
' Several I..M. 11 i--.a2 14 .
I . . 1 .
aobnrba. aniutU for ellher dafClsn or
boa ne porpue,. I4:t!peciabj suit-
ed lor a tobacco warvbonas or factorr. For
, - ' . .
farther iaformatioo apply at thia chca.