."edsead ay Morning, November 13, 1878.
ii,li:d WHILE KOICUIVC
Xody Snatching In Missouri. Pro-
Nuraably Tor the Keokuk, j
John Brown,, a rather good looking, in- !
L'lligent negro, lived on Dr. Hughes'1!
irrn, below town, but his staying down ;
here on the farm was only a blind. , lie
as been resurrecting dead bodies for the i
ast nine year?, presumably for the Keo-
uk Medical College. The negro was in
Mcxandria two or three. times last week, i
nd displajed considerable money. One of
ur merchants remarked to him that farm-.
jg in Missouri must be -a pretty cood -
ailing. The negro grinned and winked,
nd said, "Yes., it is a paying business." i
n "Wednesday evening last he was seen !
omg past town m the direction of Keo-
uk, driving two hprses hitched to a spring
.agon. There was a strange man in the
higgy with him. .This was the last seen
f Jlrown here until the next mornintr.
khen his corpse was brought across from
iVareaw on the ferryboat, with the ex pi an-
uon uy passengers that he had been shot
khile robbing a grave two and a half
piles east of Warsawi "
John Douglass, partly insane, who had
peen working on a larm for m. P. An.
rus. two and a half miles east of Warsaw.
ied. He was buried in Andrus private
Vraveyard. While the clods were being
laced over the grave, Andrus noticed a
pllow wearing a stove-bine hat - riding
ack and forth past the spot several times.
Ind eyefng every thing, vf The stranger's
peculiar behavior led Andrus to suspect
hat the robbery of the grave was in con-
emplation, and he concluded to keep
ivatch over it that night. His soiiiCharles
oaded his double-barrelled gun with buck-
diot, and kept a strict lookout until lOj,
.vhen he got sleepy and. went to bed.
At about 12 o clock Andrus got up, took
he gun and started across . the orchard to-
vard the grave. He sayshe had an intui-
lon that all was not right. I t was a bright
noonlight night, and wheh within a hun-
Ired yards of the grave he could plainly
distinguish --two men at work in it. lie
lipped up cautiously along the shadow of
he trees to within sixty yards of the rob-
ers, and then called out "Wlio s there I
s they jumped out of the grave he raised
lis gun and -fired, and one of them said,
rOh, I'm killed!" One of them fired at
Vndrus with a revolver. Andrus then
ent up to within ten steps of them and
ischarged his other barrel at them, knock-
g both of them down. They rolled down
he hill, got up, climbed over the fence and
n east toward Carthage. Andrus loaded
ip and lollowed. Jle came upon the negro
ut 200 yards down the Toad, lying close
p under the hedge. Charles Andrus said:
Why, you're Hughes'' negro ?" The man
plied that he was. Soon afterward he
The grand jury, which was in session at
'arthage. summoned Andrus before them,
after investigating the case acquitted
tow the Fast Girls o( Soeielj
hitmtrip their j Parisian Nisters.
Ladies who a few years ago would have
nsidered the idea appaling calmly array
emselves in the glorified dressing robe
... i i -i i i
lown as a "tea gown ami proceed to uis
ay themselves to the eyes of their adnur-
s. Jhe reason, , perhaps, is not very iar
o seek. Certain adventurous dames who
Jetermined some years since on, the inva
tion of man's last stronghold, the smoking
'oom, arrayed themselves for conquest in
switching robes de chambre. Their less
fnterprismg sisters, not quite daring to
now them in their nocturnal extremities.
,vere unwilling to be defrauded of the op
xtrtuniiy of adding another weapon to the
rsenal of the toilet, hence the origin of the
ea gown. Ui course it in no way resemoies
he dressing gown of utility.. It is of
daborate design and infinite cost. It is
orn for about an hour in the day, and yet,
r. a country house visit of a week, the same
nust on no account be exhibited more than
jLviee, 11, iiiuet.ii, u iuutn t",xj
yt is absolutely useless and utterly ridicu
lous; but this is not the worst that may be
said about it. It is, to all intents and pur
poses, a dishabille ; and so great is the,
force of association that the conversation is;
exceedingly apt, nay almost certain, to be--come
dishabille as well. The gentlemen
in houses where tea gowns prevail relieve
themselves of their shoot ingattire and re
appear very frequently in gorgeous smoking
suits ; there is an ease and sans aeon
about the whole proceeding that favors
laxity of discourse, and advantage is gen
erally taken of the latitude afforded. At
their first beginning tea gowns only put in
in appearance when the beverage irom
.vhich they take their name was dispensed
n the hostess boudoir, and only ajareand
avored specimen of the opposite sex was
admitted on sufferance. But such . old-
ashioned prudery has long been thrown
Voside in the eager desire for more admirers
of such becoming raiment ; the tea gowns
have descended to .he- drawing room and
the hall and have become more marvelous
and more1 voyant in the transit. With the
graceful neglige, toilet there has come in a
habit of lounging, which is certainly of
most doubtful grace. Hands are not uu
frequently to be seen clasped above or be
hind the head, thus often liberally exhibi
ting the arm by the falling back of the
loose sleeve ; feet and ankles are lavishly
disnlaved as daintv slippers are rested on
the fender ; more ardent spirits recline in
r ostentatious repose on various sofas. It is
pnsidered the thing to suit the action to
'the attire and exhibit in it the supremacy
of ease. In some very Bohemian establish
ments it is voted a bore to dress again for
dinner ; that meal is partaken of in the easy
masquerading attire, and, as a not unna
tural sequel, there is a prompt adjournment
to the smoking room and a brisk demand
by the ladies for cigarettes.
I In republican circles it is rumored that
VWeber, the companion witness of Ander
oKont to follow the latter's example
i and' make a confession. In this, it is said,
I Weber will say that he never saw any let-
ler iromoecreittij -
possession, and that the letter alleged to
L onh i a forsrerv. It makes no difler-
ence what either Weber or Anderson may
"say now. , .
a fPflinreofthebad Glasgow business
which commands bur respect and praise
a welcome relief to an unpleasant chapter
hein tr raised m Ureal
(. Britain for the relief of the impoverished
"M iU I LiKR AI'ITPTK Tllf
He Is Glad the Republican I1
pew Think He In
Threaten to be
fce. A New .York Sun interview with that
sublime rascal, li. F. Butler, has some racv
points ; for instance, where Old Cock-Eye
gives a list of the influences exerted againrst
him : "
"Every 'federal officeholder, including
those in seven custom, houses and their de
pendents, every postmaster with his clerks
and dependents, every Htate officer, every
county officer, and every city officer of the
eighteen cities, with two exception?, and
their retainers, employes and dependents ;
nearly all the newspapers of the JStatcin-
cluding the religious weeklies, one' of whom I
at least I know had been subsidized pre vk
Oli.slv 51 T i net rno- o 1 f rem nipt rf .lnrrt !
especially those over churches highly .
mented with painted windows
quite all the higher graded schoolmasters,
whose salaries, made high in Hush times,
have not come down, but would in case bf
reform ; all , the treasurers and super
intendents and agents of manufac
tories, of whom the same may be
said ; all of the colleges who are dependent
on the State, and yet whose property used
for income escapes taxation ; the hired offi
cers of nearly all the railroads, whose sala
ries are enormous, Avhile the dividends of
the stockholders arc small, were all com
bined against me. These and a flood of
orators from other States, the capital of
the banks, and the organizations of the old
parties, would have annihilated a cause less
just, less dear to the people, and less im
portant to the safety and welfare of the
nation. These facts demonstrate that the
j people of the State were with me at heart,
and the majority of the people not holding
j office, or their relatives not holding office,
i voted for me. This is shown by the fact
' that I received more votes. than any other
' candidate for the office of Governor ever
; received who was defeated, and more votes
than any candidate for the office of Gover-
i nor ever had in this State except in a Pre-
! sidential year."
I 'The General docs not believe that the
! Republican party can institute any reform
; in the State House, for there 'is no one
source ol corruption in the government
they can dry up without throwing off their ;
adherents, who, when that is done, will ex
pose others. This will render the party so
odious that they will not be able to carry
out any reform. -
As to his future course, lie said : "I pro
pose to devote the remainder of my life to
the service of the people, if they demand
it. I cams Torward in this campaign at the
demand of the people", and I should do the
same thing again and again and again. I
see some of the Republican newspapers say
1 am dead, politically dead. 1 am glad
they think so, if they do. They will go on
in their career of oppression of the people,
both in the State and in the nation. I
will show them the liveliest corpse at a
funeral that they ever heard of. Personal
success or defeat to me arc nothing, never.
3 Mfc - - -
The Stewart Outrage,
The New York detectives have so far
failed to discover the robbers of the late
A. T. Stewart, and the excitement over
the outrage continues. On Saturday Po
lice Captain McCullaugh, accompanied by
several police officials, discovered several
blotches or stains onvthe flagging in the
church yard. The officials all bent down
and smelled of these spots. The odor wis
horrible, and satisfied them that the stains
had been caused by .oozings from the body
through some kind of cloth. On a pannel
ed wooden screen of the church portico
above -ere two blotches and many clayey
marks, as though some one had wiped his
soiled fingers on it in a downward direc
tion. The marks of fingers and of a, human
:hand below them were -.very indistinct.
Joining the blotches, and leading through
both inner gates, were a number of small
spots of a similar nature. They were evi
dently droppings from the body. The
chain of small spots lead through the east
ern portico gate and turned around the
church . in a northerly direction, down
a narrow flagged paths' that run along the
entire side of the church for a distance of
2i or 30 feet. Further investigation con
vinced the authorities that the robbers
made their exit from the churchyard by
scaling the cemetery fence at a point ad
joining No. 129 East Tenth street They
reached the balcony of this house, which is
on a level with the fence, thence into a
small court-yard, through which they had
access to the sidewajk thVough a gate
which generally stands open. Sexton
Hamill is jubilant over 'Captain McCul
laugh's discovery. It clears him of sus
pected complicity with the robbers so far
as furnishing them with keys of the gates
is concerned. It was also discovered that
the robbers effected an entrance to the
cemetery by forcing the lock off the west
ern gate, through which they evidently did
not think it safe to return, fctome of the Xew
Yrork papers state that the police officials
turned a bloodhoundt loose in the grave
yard, and that it .quickly struck the trail
of the robbers as indicated by the blotches
above, referred to.
Uailroatl Freight Hafe, Etc
The conference of railroad
whicli -w&s begun in Xcv York on Frhlay
1 ast and has in view the forming of a pool
on east-bound freights has not yet disposed
of its business. A proposition was made
at the opening to place the' east bound,
business under tjie charge of a commis
sioner who should enforce the provisions
of the pool, and refuse trnspOrtatiou east
ward to any of the lines in theiWest which
violated the. conditions of the pool by tak
ing freight under the stipulated rates.
The Michigan Central and Lalb Shore
roads, both in the Yanderbilt interest, it is
asserted, make demands which the western
lines wish modified, and there seems to be
a fear that the effort to form a tool will
not succeed. There is xi break in passen
ger rates from St. Louis eastward, and if
reduced rates should prevail for a few days
the roads leaifiiKr eastward from Chicago
will, it is expected, be forced, in self-defense,
to 'lower the rates.
A ltare Sight iu the Surf.
Santa Barbara -(Cat.) Advertiser, October 'US.1
A rare sight waS wituessed on the beach
yesterday. For several hundred feet the
surf was a perfect black mass of young
fish (auchovies, probably). They extended
out about fifty feet from the edge of the
surf, and appeared to he guarded by a line
of larger fi$h, among which a turmoil would
occassioually occuras others of a different
sort made an attack on the flank of the
cloud of small fry. The same phenomenon
was visible on Sunday afternoon. They
seemed to drift down the coast with the
tide, and will doubtless return as the tide
rises again. Sundry small boys made at
tempts to capture some of them with nets,
but they failed every time. The fish were
so thick that the wares could not break on
WILMINGTON, N, C.
I 1. DOMIY, Proprietor.
Board j-r Day.
A firt'-class Bar, Billiard Hall and Lunch
Room attached. rs?Op'i! Day and Night.
! Tuning and Repairing Pianos
f -TOSKPII DliXtK from Columbia, S. C
l in viirmn:rton to tise and repaiii
Pianos, MeIodeons Reed and
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Order k it at JIeii:iJc-rg rV Live
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Shir.pi-rs e;m rely upon the J'liOMI'T
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For Frei-rlit Kiigagemeuts or Pu.-:!' apply
A. I). CAZAUX, Agent,
i WILMIXCTON', X. (
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'Bowling Green or 1'ier l-'5 N. K.,
llALTIlIOliE "AND WIUUXGTO.N, N. I'.
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can iely upon the PROMPT
of Steamers, as advertised, -s-" -
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For Freight Engagements apply to
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- ' WILMINGTON, N. C.
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FOSTER, General Agent,
Corner Lee and Light Streets,
Cck tat nitxl L'xjionitloit
' Phila., 170.
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j The ''Stieff unrivalled Grand, Upright
i and Square Pianos, the recipients of more than
' sixty tirst premiums and Gold and Silver Med
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, eign competitors, their
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Together with a Special Certificate of Merit
i to Jacob Gross, Superintendent of the Stietl'
! Factory, for his extraordinary skill displayed
in every part of tlieir construction, the whole
forming a ..Grand Award, higher by fai than
that of any other American Exhibit, and dem
onstrating beyond doubt the immense supe
; riority of the Stieff instruments.
The "Stieif" combines every qualit y uc-ces-j
sary for perfection in a Piano. Its rich, grand,
mellow and powerful tone has never been ex
celled by any other instrument. Especially
in the treble does the StiefY'" Piano show its
' superiority over all others, by the bell-like
clearness, sweetness and singing quality of
tone, which lend to it an inestimable charm.
For quickness of response to the linger and
evenness of touch throughout the entire scale,
faultless action, unsurpassed durability and
artistic linish, this Piano has justly earned a
world wide reputation.
SECOND-HAND PIANOS of all makers
constantly in stock, at from ?T5 to s:00.
Sole Agent for the Southern States of the
Peloubet," ' Pel ton & Co., and other ma"kes of
Catalogues of Pianos and Organs sent on
( HAS. M. STIEFF,
9 North Liberty Street,
nov 1-2-tf ' " Baltimore, Md.
TO RENT, WITHOUT BOARD
mwo LARGE AND COMFORTABLY FUR
L nished BED ROOMS, iu a yood neighbor
. hood, and near the business portion of the
: city. Convenient to the Postoffice and Rail
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T EPRESENTING STANDARD
1CAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES,
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oct 22-1 m
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TULL'S COUGH SYRUP, POND'S EX
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Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Combs and Toilet
Artitlesj'iu great variety, at
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munsGTON, roLoiBiA a AUG.5u.ra,
Officp: ok (If.n'j. itekintknoext, )
Wilniiugton N. C, Novcnibf r ', lTS.
JA R::7 ; P -- r ,- r r'l
CHANCE OF SCHEDULE.
AFTER SUNDAY. NOV. lot!.,
iMllijwniir i ii'.-(.)uu will he run
on this Road :
Yiau, TkM.v, Dvilv.
"Vilinin.2rttn . .
at Florence. .
. s:rto 1
it WilnuiJirton . .
i. -ave Wihiii
U-A 2V M-
ISfcJ A M
10:50 P M
........... 2::57A M
.... L:)7 "
stop at Flemington,
Marion and Florence,
A i rive at .Coin mLia. . . .
Leave Columbia-. ......
Arrive at Wilminjrton.
Tii in Train will only
hit.-ville. Fair Bluil'
and all .stations between
Florence and Colum-
1 'a -m ni'cers for Aua:u5.ta. and beyond should
take Niirlit-Express Train lrom Wilmington.
TL ' uu'ii .SJeejnni; Cars on niht trains for
Cliarle.-toii and Auinu-ta.
JOHN F- DIVINE.
AVILSIXGTON WELDON UA1L R0AH Ca,
( )i KK i: F (iEX L
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J., Xoveml.-er 0, LS78. y
Wilmiiiifton, N. C.
CIlAN(iE OF SCHEDULE.
A AND AFTER SUNDAY. NOV. .loth,
'1-S7S. Passeiiirer Trains on the Wilming
ton it Weldoii H,ilroad will run as follows :
Day Mm. ami Exi'kess Thain,. Daily
Leave Wilmington, Front St.
Arrive at Wcldn
Leave . "
Arrive Wihniimton, Front St
Nioiit Mail and ExntKss
Leave WiliuiiiiitonFront St.
Depot, 0:10 PM
Leave ' -
Arrive Wilmington, Front St. Depot 8:15
Trains on Tarboro Branch Road leave Rocky
Mount for Tarboro at-5:(J0 P. M., Dail', and
Tuesday. Tliursdav and Saturday at 5:00 A.
M. Returning, h ave Tarboro at10:(0 A". M.
Dailv, and Monday, We lnc day and Friday r.t
Tin- Day Train makes close connection at
Weldon lor all i)oints North, via Bay Line,
daily except Sunday, and daily via Richmond
and all-rajj route.
Njght train makes close connections at Wel
don for all points north via Richmond.
Sleeping Cars attached to all Night Trains.
' .JOHN F. DIVINE,.
nov lo-tf, . General Sup't.
Wilmington oc Wei.don Raii.ho.u Co.,
Wilmington, N. C, Oct. 29, lsis.
M I K 1 I RECTORS OF THE WILMINGTON
Ion Railrood Company have declared
a DIVIDEND OF THREE, PER CENT, on
tli- Capital Stock of the Company, payable to
tolders on and after the i0th of
Hie Traiisfer Books will lie
closed from tlie.riOtJi of November till the
of December. -T. W. THOMPSON,
'' nov 7-1 v Secretary and Treasurer.
Wilmington Sz Wllton Railroad Co..
Wilmington, N. Oct. 29, isrs.
FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
ui the Stockholder-
Weldon Railmad C
of the Wilmint.m
mpany jll be held
TUESDAY, the Tilth
J. W. THOMPSON.
EUGENE L. HARRIS,
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
BEGS LEAVE TO CALL YOUR ATTEN
tiou to his Portraits in Crayon. Person
wishinir rood pictures of themselves or de
ceased friends, can have them nicely executed
by sending him a photograph to work from.
A ffood photograph is necessary to insure a
good likeness. Thtl prices below include
postage by mail, on roller. A jieat frame of
Walnut and gilt will be furnished to those
who desire it at $1.50 and 2.00.
Size 14x17 inches. . .
Life Size (bust)
$ 5 00
" Mr. Harris possesses the rare gift of be
ing able to delineate, accurately, from a pho
tograph or other picture the exact likeness of
anv one. We guarantee satisfaction-"
'We have seen his work, and consider it
t excellent. Try him." Central Protestant
j "We have teen a capital portrait of Hon. A.
W. Amenable, by Mr. E. L. Harris, that reflects
I additional lustre On bis genius in that depart
1 ment." ' Torchlight. J oct 30 tf
How to Make Money!
Buv your GROCERIES from
And save 10 to 15 per cent. Our Stock, the
Largest, Best and Cheapet iu the State, con
vinces cash buyers of this saving. We invite
all to save money. Our Goods are Frefh with
an immense Stock to select from. New Deli
cate Butter, Foreign and Domestic Cheese,
Fulton Market Beef, Pig Hams, Pig Pork, New
Mackerel, Beef Tongues. Our GOLD CHOP
TEA is pronounced the Best evi-r offered in
this market, 40 to 90 cents per Pouud.
Our WINE AND LIQUOR -DEPARTMENT
is uuequaled iu the State for the OLDESTand
PUREST Wines, Brandies, Whiskeys, Rum,
(Jin, Fancy Brandies, New Champagnes, and
all at Wholesale Prices at Retail.
Only compare Prices and Quality and then
hand your orders to
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Sacks LIVEPJ'OOL SALT,
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Bags RIO COFFEE,
rr f Bbls SUGAR,
2QQ Rolls Standard BAGGING,
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300 Bdls Slil5t Bl 1 1I001' I,l0N'
100 BXCS D S an1 SMOKED S1DES
rypT Bbls MULLETS, . '
in pine and oak barrels,
PAA Boxes SOAP, CANDLES,
OUU LYE and POTASH,
rf Bbls and Boxes PEARL LEMON
rzr Boxes PRIME CREAM CHEESE.
QU nov 10-tf
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The First National Bank.
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James Stiu nt, Alfheo M.vktin,
D. G. Woimi.
E. Brnitrss, President.
-. Daavson, Vice-President.
K. WalIvEK, Cashier.
Wm. Larkins, Assistant Cashier.
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