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Greensboro Patriot. nhU. T i -Wrf t.llarf Bptrli f Ik Ik'ia I 4rt II. .MtM all t it : r Hior. i iiri:si. v.-aim:il ii, i.vtf. I nta4illal H'nl f lk f aleraal Kia l t. " i ..:.. 7 '. I , f -'. I , -"..' I- . :. - wni f ta .- t .t f v 't '. -t - f r-"- irk t . . . f". l ! - I I ' . - f tS ! I ,- ? ft I r .ft. l ; f - i '.- . : --.- ' t- i.t -. v -F j . t tt t i, t - I rtrt ! (-t. , ' 'I i -'. f t . 1- I I - 3 I 4 I " 1 " My I);a:;S::;: I rotc you a . -L.it LinUs!ic letter the oth-, i .! l!-t that, t supple, is r: ! r, .-v sTrarrc. I wine liii1 r.; r: in; t- I you a copy cf t fik it letter I have Irom our .irrnv in front of. Vickbur" It i f.-onj a clsc observer, who en- !.-av.-rs to tell the truth: u 1 1. ere never a more thor- o-hly i;utct!. tIKheartcncd t!cnvra!ictl army than this is an ! all because it is unilcr such drar.t anil bljcrman Ttfe lUce Uetba. The question of ncro suffrage cr.n no lonrcr be rearcJetl as cs- .tcntrally a Southern question; if it ha not actually ceased to interest alf of the Southern States, it docs not virtually concern them all. To be convinced of this, it is only necessary to examine the following tabic, showing the relative white and black populations compiled from the census of iSSo. and the majorities in lS;o in J iSSo: t itUst, t i I T Mil MII.WI "vi : " Kr.t4 sr. 1. .. -MI --a. ft. 4 1 J li-t V " -t. " .. ' - .t rj.r. ".. J . T.r.M--. : 1 ' 1 I ! 1.: ' . - J v ."14 i-- ! . . 'A I ... r.; as I; cac ii ilctirr.atin. its, ranks .ia!.wli;'.c hundrctls of poor fcl- ! .u arc !)n from smali-pox .it; ! every other conc:ivabSc mal .. hvthc nicJic.il t-vpartment is . ,tc ! uith delirium tremens. I-i ' Memphis. 5maIl-j)X patients arc t:: i.! to ualk through tlc trtctN from Camps to hospital. u!.i! ilrunkcn i!.tors rule lroin I ir-rv r.:- .: .imbu.anccs. i-it tint ilrar.t, wh was behind at l ort Itcr.rv. drunk at Done! ..rpr;cd .irul wh:ppd at M'.iloh. .in,! driven back from Ox ! r !. Mi ;. is .till in command" i'.vcr::rr Chase. tl:cc things ..tc I rut. , I ..r noble Army of the M; ippi ii. !n.in wasted by the r.s t bruthcls ' 1 " : in (lovcrn How Ii 5tuTM! drant. l i r'.;r;ic or c ntriI or !'';!.!" an army. I have r.t :t- .! feeling abjiut it. but I know T!.:rc is ii. v t araonh the whole Ii . ! tttircd .maj r generals a t:i tn w h- i n.t Grant superior. M, tritJl.m. 1-Vcmont. McDowell. I" :r:i; !-. I ranklin. even l'opc or rr.-. r. Uuulvl IfC an improvc-: . :.t u, ii the present Com- iv.. r.; rti.tr..! t t t . t: nr. pre;. !i i , . Thus there have been since l$JO three Southern States holdi.i;; black majorities. South Carolina, Mississippi and Louisiana. The white majorities all increased from the decade of I Sro-1 S-SO, and the negro majorities increased during the same period. . It will be farther seen from the table that there is a jroup of six States that have sufficiently lare majorities of white v'.cr to render the colore 1 vote of little or no importance, viz.: Arkansas, Kentucky.! North Carolina. Tennessee. Texas and West Virginia, and to these Florida may be added. Negro suffrage is practically but little more of a problem in these States than it is in Ohio or Indiana. There is still another group of three, Alabama, Georgia and Virginia, with large vhitc majorities that arc growing larger. These will soon cease to fee the disturbing influences of the negro vote. Thus the circle is rapidly growing smaller. It is probable that under the influence of white immigration Louisiana may now have, or will soon hive, a white majority. Mississippi and South Carolina will, be left as the only States holding ncirro majorities. o that what was once a question as broad as the South has narrowed itself down to the compass of two States. The indications arc that as the the Southern States with white majorities secede from the direct excitation that originally belonged to negro suffrage, which in reality alone constitutes the sectional is sue, their political affiliations will be indicated bv public questions of essentially different characters. Their material interests will not point them to the suffrage as a concern of dominating importance. Ordinary questions of national K!itics will influence their sym-uthics as vvcll as their actions. The South will not indefinitely remain soitd. uisinicgiatioa is inevitable. A mere sentiment or memory will not prove a cohesive orcc strong enough to perpetuate unity of jxihtical policies in a nation where Htlitics is governed by material interests. 1 hesc things are as sure to happen as anything that can be predicted of the" future. There was a time when the caucrs oi inc routh. ty united action on a line of policy distinct- y CiMercnt from the one adopted, miht have secured . vastiv 1 1 Mi: I..! i" . I i . . : i. r .of ti e Army f the Mis-i Will you wake up some I these t!.i a:u! t.nd we have no Arrv.y of the Mivsissippi Ti.i n there i awful discouragc-i.i.::! a", th-way the foolish old ! !..:.: r - v. h i thought to lc a ;;ti.t: man cause he is not insane es. i: the negro ft ing. In God's a".. at i lie waiting l- r; r. i: !. rcctnettts ! Pity he I;.-, and get out f the wav, chcl .!. ! ,. t this s. rx 4 growl- isv.e ti something more a a Mc.Mmv west ;uui iist i ! r weakened hourly by deser-t :.v I: i the grca; evil. The thing lu-cdful to stp it is for the i..cnt to give each t mmander p.trttnmts piwtr to shoot I hev inu-t be sliotbv The President's weak. t..'. pi Idling liuuvanitariani-m '..tth and hi U t the Army. t y n take 'him by the throat i kn ck h.is lu ad against a wall . i.e i i roum in nis senses t ;. ;he war business? I ... ... i . . m - h ..r:. i:.,v wjier. i say inerej.i... . .. t viv iu vl.u would feel tlut , i,r . i. ?, i The Flrt PreIleiit. The following is the official record of the election of George Washington as the first President of the United States: Monday. April 6. 17S9. The President of the Senate, elected for the purpose of counting the votes, declared to the Senate that the Senate and House of Representatives had met. and that he. in their presence, had opened and counted the votes of the Electors for President and Vice-Prcsidenti of the United States; whereby it appears that George Washington was unanimously clcctcdTrcsiJcnt. Whereupon the following certificate and letter, prepared by a committee, consisting of "Messrs. Paterson, Johnson, Lee and Kllsworth. w ere adopted by the Senate and signed by their President: P.c it known. That the Senate and Mouse of Representatives of the United States of America, be- ing conveneu in inc ui) uimotan. of New York, the sixth day April, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred anu c: 'htv-nir.c, the underwritten, ap ttointed President of the Senate for the sole purpose of receiving oncning and counting the votes o the Klectors, did, in the presence of the said Senate and House o Representatives, open all the cer tificates and count all the votes o the Electors for a President and for a Vice-President; by which it appears that George ashmgton esi . was unanimously elected agreeably to the Constitution, to the office of President of the United States of America In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal. John Laxgdon. Ni:v York, April 6, 17S9. Sik: I have the honor to trans mit to vour Excellency the infor mation of vour unanimous election to the office of President of the United States of America. Suffer me. sir, to indulge the hope that so auspicious a mark of public confidence will meet your appro bat inn and be considered as a sure pledge of the affection and sup port you arc to expect from a free and enlightened people. I am, sir, w ith sentiments of re spect, your obedient, humble ser vant. John i..Ni;noN. To his Excellency Geo. Wash irfgton, esq. lnc all V Idmr. - ! l.i. htii-.r. I !;! U. h The P: sf.it. fi correspondent at Charlotte. .V C. telegraphed the following last night: Your correspondent to-day ob tainevl from reliable source infor mation to the effect that Mrs. Stonewall Jackson has never been offered the Charlotte or the Rich mond post-office Mrs. Jackson still declines ,to s.ry anything only that she "know s nothing to say," and pre fers to avoid anything for publication. She ?is very much mortified at the criticism of the Danville Tinws of last week, in which Editor Ilouldin said he hoped she was too good a Democrat to accept any position from the Administration. Excepting the Danville Times' article Mrs. Jackson is gratified at the kind.y criticisms of the press throughout the country. I am told that the whole affair has greatlv embarrassed modifictl condition of suffrage, but tjaclisoi,, and she would hav e Mrs. have been glad to have avoided it all. It is not probab.e that she would accept any post-office that might b offered her. and it is certain Pre s 1 tit I 1 a that time ami opportunity oasscd bevond recall. The practical lesson from" these iews is that the pjonle of Mis sissippi must rely upon themselves that neither Charlotte nor Rich er a permanent adjustment o! mond has been tendered her ineir auairs. .mi external ar.i is coming. It was never cx;ected from one national party, and was never intended to be extended in any measure by the other in Mississippi. 1 he situation is unquestionably strained, with all the indications pointing to an increased tension. rtrtit "Mh ( alullna. ; i. .. it..-. 1 jt Si. North Carolina is not onlv one tn cs!of the richest ami mo,t progrcs-o not!vcof !ic s;outhern States, but ;die takes care not to hide her 'lie i gen- fcrally well represented at every apparent t: w. h II A. tv..-,:, :ng God service to kili it it w cic not feared that ; n.ltianal , r i:a,Tn.U: n.x bjgger loo. 1 hanheis.; thcr; .t nhclhtr commercial, .; vet the pdi-ul Congress, mjnufjcturin jj;- uh a 1 - -'" pnvate emeus K1 am, cSdom fails to have some j . . :iea. matters, as ii a ht t i: re r.iger would !o ever)-(!,:-! Why Io:i t t!iey pass j our t r.Af..' cum s.ir'e and t he conscript ... t .iM! u.::td their own business.' ' I '.- :oc'aiV-ati n is a positive mee to every trulv lval man a. wca).i in .: e We,: It hav. .!s . f t!ie lljttcrnuts. Ii 1- iv. t ie a p..rty test Vallandig-u.i . :ih! he elected Governor ' 1 :. Do hot thin I am talk- t 1 NllOW one push her claims to the front and press her advantages. A fe w years ago Western North Carolina was comparatively an unknown region. Now few portions of the country are better known to prospectors, land-buyers, lumber-getters, and capitalists interested in projecting railroads, and Tin: kiniMOM of kick. It is true tfcat neither the Richmond nor the Charlotte office was tendered to Mrs. Jackson, as the Lexington office was; but it is asserted most positively- that Col Parsons inquired if Mrs. Jackson (alter she had declined the Lexington f ost-office) could be in tinted to accept the Richmond or the Charlotte office. How far this correspondence proceeded is not certain. I rob ably it was stopped before Mrs. Jackson made up her mind by "the insuperable obsta cle Coh Parsons alluded to. The Richmond people would be glad to sec Mrs. Jackson post master when. Mr. Cullcnworth's time is out, for well they know ,1... . ? I ... I 1.141 .sue woutu never iaKc ine oiace except upon condition that she" should be the absolute and untramclcd head of it. Mr. Cul . . 1 . 1 ., . , migwurui aivvays saia mat ne would gladly step down and out for Mrs. Jackson, but the whole matter seems "oft." . V utati: IT i: : If V The State Medical Convention melts at ElizabcihiOy on the 16th instant. 4 1 Sales of leaf toJaic.i on the Oxford market last Wek amounted to 300,000 lbs. fo SS.OOO. The value of raifrcfc j property in this State is $yoo.6oo. It pays to the State a Jayf $25,000. There are now 2ip rptis on the rolls at Wake-lyirot College. This is a highly favosa; tjf showing. The State Doarcf of' Education has eliminated thifcliIue back speller" from the ;Atc list of school books. -J , .I The Richmond -Arjcf Danville railroad company r(bild fifteen new bridges betweyi Charlotte and Richmond, f . The Grand Lodge ?vj Odd -Fellows of this State! mvds at Fay-cttcvillc May 14th,! a..iv1 will be in session three dayii - The Young Men! istian Association has determjid to build a hall on the campyst the State University to cost 5 uAooo. Governor l'owlc luS appointed Prof. I. I. Ludlow hi John H Tucker and Prof.) Vnable on tne otaie ioaru; ojf ncann. An old negro man nsncd Hertry Miller, died in Davrdvi county a few days ago. Hcjis id to have been a confirmed i c'J'-eater." "Uncle Sam oril wide his pockets and. took 3,irr;t$ 50,708. 14 through the Wiasvi revenue office during the rrtpni" of March i 1 At A plan is on fob: f4 the estab lishment of an iptfusfial scht3o at Maxton, RobxscJi county );in!dfor build- $40,000 will be ex ings. ; i In Henderson son of. Alex the war was all coui-ty a little Rcjbcson, while playing in some ktratV sat fixe to the straw, and was ci jadly burn cd that there is no)it:eof his re covery. fi ' A mule which ivy,aii -Yorty years old died in Ashe!C.Snty a few days ago. The ajrpt. served in r in a cavalrt regiment and eged to be t$ic Eldest mule in all North Carolina It is said by 'the wgroes that there will be no CesHion of their exodus movement inuring the summer. It has btcQ a belief on the part of many! viitc people . s . a . - tnat it would stopuil tall. White Caps arc it Vork in Cur rituck countv. At! a' Mace called Trails they- vvhippdlcrnan a few-nights past. Several c.wner persons have received (wrritig notices with skuM ".nd cross- f i. marked bones. It now appears! tli? be pretty definitchv' settled tHat hc Presby ... I I ... 1 in: ra ,vu. : I a ti tatkin 1. Twurrr I'rrarhltij the Turrli. ' Hi.'lnn..n 1 St le. 1 . I'll. 1- i . iiii.uiv. in ivi iui ill- physicians which last are doing a ancc wc filui i:x thc apo.rance of great deal to settle up the section onc? nf ,1nnil ' .r;u,n rtllf adventurers in the pages of the Forum "delivering a tirade against the South, and even going so far as to rival Wm. T. Sherman's "torch and dagger" cry with his own suggestive ami incendiary rrophecies of violence. It is hardly necessary to s.iv that thc au- , thor of this latest attack upon the and make it a place of summer . Cv, 'residence for Northern people. In g ao-ut. hatuhc Un nanibir of an.ltarijn r . . . ..1, . . . . . aiiH.ar a paper 0:1 use f inuic y geruru ir our Army o , anj sjn. jfV ; Utic of w ii." ' " . . 1 ,Ntrth Carolina, which was read f . , . be' re the International Mcdic.il ' , ., Longres at ash;:igt.:i. It is , . ,,. ' . i tiic prodaetixi ol Ur. HenrvO r .ivd mote on toe white man. ! t ' .;;.,,.. 1 .. . .'. . . "..- s ' I V "lllil 11.1 . If I,." . t 1 : I .iviori. hhitDUof thelrag- V. -1 , , , 1 ' , outa is that literary frec-booter s f ,i.;ir,.r:ts.- ; of IkMoii. and .,c U nugnt beantl Hrnny..i.IininK assassin. Al- Arrest a- I trv Henrv May V v ". ' v I ,' t,on U- tourjjec. A fellow of . m 1 t " ' ! lor W estern .0rtI1 C.iro.in.i and 1. . i . . . 1 r -1 1 A : .i II I .zt.t ;is J.,r tieason. . . . . ,,,u the baser sort, he failed to pcr- : v:thc.e York - Tl' 'f .Conl Jf,n V",ir I 'ulc' cajole or frighten the dc- ..-f'New Y.-rk IE ; n.' ugge, rms to ,rgm:ans Ccnt !c of Nofth Carolina ! Hvis,, t Hr. Mauy dea.s,:, ta .sties, an J ; jnto .(jd:,L, themselvrs h, ...... - v 1 j ' . ' tcrians will locate ih.-r State Orphanage at Floral Hj.nK Robeson county, using thq Ving-disuscd college buildings Ihe for that i'" l'w " ! S i'-.s- Tlie Ladies' MenW'-al Associa tion of Wilmington rias -invited General William . vinn Co.v, of Kalctgh, to dehverth; address on Memorial day, j Mv vTloth. Thc General accepts jfh-' invitation. and his subject wjll-;le "From etersburg to Appontttox. Tlie " Pittsboroj KiL'rJ says a youth named Riley; Iossc, was brought here to jaij ht Saturday bv deputy sheriff Albert Snipes, of Matthews toyrnihjj upon the novel charge of catvC-Ag off and stealing thc soicv 7; a pair of boots belonging to 4M&JJoel htone. The Durham Jit says: A vcprescntativc from oe western part'of the State; h.is lst returned from Washington cilv. where he went to grind "a 4iilc hatchet. icing asked wliat,v-$ going on . I. t ! 1 I 7 incre, ne replied " ncre is a good deal of churnln? but devil ish little butter.? f ' lhc work .on t'iejGovernor s, mansion was iMonftiyaltcr three years stoppage,! rsried. Gov ernor Fowlc says if vll continue and that the origan,)l jans w ill be carefully followed. 'tie first arid second floors will be.j.?mpleted in handsome stylej ai.'jd.by the ihid of thc year the j byiliSig will be occupied. j . A comptiny of w;psrn capitalists has been lormtyl.l Ashevillc with $150,000 pald-uiapital, and will enter largely wn'ithe manufacture of furniturc Ashevillc, and into thc timbtr!iusirre'ss in Swain. Jackson, and icon counties.. It is one of fhvfjargcst enterprises in the moiiiain section of thc State. ' There is some Jafii about the date of the cncamiimtiit. which is July 9th. Many of ft: troops in thc hast think tlie. l'tcr part of July a better time. .'It s expected tnat at least 1,500 tmjn will be in camp. 1 he date maj,'?bc changed to a later one. las JioTVcneral or der has yet been issvild in reference to thc matter j Dr. V. N. Scawelli.vho is sdc- ctaiiy engaged in oig3 ihzine farm ers' alliances in Virginia, has been ...... . . . ; A I.Iie' EnJ. I Concord TimeB.l i; Mr. Gus Sclzer, aged about 35 years, who lived near China Grove, died last Friday of consumption, and was buried Saturday. He was a pronounced infidel, believing in -neither a God nor a future of any kind. Two weeks before death, he, knowing death to be imminent, went; out. to' a poplar tree near the yard and 'under its shade marked off the place for his grave, giving instructions as to how it was to be dug, the mode of burial,fetc. He said he wanted a layer of cedar brush at the bottom of the grave, his body placed on top of this, wrapped simply in a blanket, then another layer, then a layer of boards, and then filled up with dirt. He said that when: decompositionj set in and when the sap of the jtree drew him upj to thc limbs, he could, perch on. top the tree and view the surrounding scenery for the ages to come. Mr. Setzer was perfectly rational to the last of his exis4 tence". He was visited during his wasting illness by several minis ters. who endeavored to point hirrPto the way of eternal life, but in vain. ' The peculiar instructions of Mr Setzer were fully carried out, and he was buried on Saturday exact ly as he had directed. Hanged, but Xot If ad. A special f r o m Smithville, Tcnn., says: Last Saturday morn ing a negro man stopped at a well known negro farmer's house and stayed several hours, and he returned Sunday and stopped all night. Monday morning the farm er saw his truest arranging his 'kerchief around his neck, and saw that it was badly skinned and swollen. The ; negro on being closely questioned, confessed that he was Mack rrancis, who nad been hanged Friday at Lebanon, and that he had been resuscitated by his relatives. It will Jje remem bercd that Francis's neck was not broken, and that the rope slipped, and he was not strangled. Mis heart continued to beat for twenty minutes, when thc physician pro nounced him dead. The description 'tallies with Francis, and the people in that neighborhood be lieve the. negro is alive. Other parties " between Lebanon and Smithville have claimed to have seen Francis since the hanging. I- Iiiterestiiijr Items. - due Hundred Years Ago. One hundred years ago, thc 6th of -April, 17S9, John Langdon, of New Hampshire, President ot the Senate, in New Yorkcity.dcclared George Washington elected President of the United States by unanimous vofc of thcr"Electoral College. I ! The" young Republic in the broadaxe. stage of its existence hewed well. No man was better known than Washington, or more certain to pursue a conservative course when such course was an mperative necessity. Jefferson Vas indignant that a Bill of Rights lad not been inserted in the Con stitution. Both he and rranklm were leaning strongly with Tom aine in the direction of Wench radicalism. Washington was of all men the man for the first Pres idencv. ! j llemarkiible Motive .Mining. ; Of the' many curious develop ments of ;Amcncan ingenuity, we have been most impressed by an account in the Newport Journal, of the moving of a large residence a distance of five miles, one and a half by land, and three and a half by j water, without in the least disturbing its inmates. Thc house belonged to a Mr. Brown, who determined to change his place of i residence jfrom Jamestown to Middletowri, Rhode Island.- Being attached to his did family home, he decided to tajkc it along, which he has successfully accomplished "Ey! rolling it 'to the nearest harbor, loading it on scows, and towjng jit across the bay, ornamented at all points w ith flags, and saluted by artillery on every hand. It must, indeed, have been a novel sight. Edwin Booth was stricken w ...t.:t nUvlnrr "Othello ;para;ysis wmic in Rochester. j . . . Woman feejs where man thinks, says! a writer" Yes, I that s what makes man bald. ; , Life is shortonly four letters in it! Three -quarters of it lie and half of it jan 4,if.'V A! Rochester cat got drunk on beer. That : goes, to prove that beer will intox-a-cat.. Mr. Wanarnakcr will, it is said, continue as superintendent of his great Sunday school at Philadelphia. i ' " i Of course Solomon vyas the wisest man! A man with 700 wives has good chance to get instruction. , I'L' . ! Miss Marjf Anderson has'suf-ficiently recjovcred; to sail for Europe, j Her brother and his wife are witlvher. The hunt for Tascott, the alleged murderer fof millionaire Snell, of Chicago, lias cost up to date 5 so, 00O, it t'i said.. . The Virginia Fruit and Vegetable Packers! Association has decided on 60 pounds as-the weight for a bushel bf tomatoes. , During4 a! heavy thunder-stof m at Gonzales.lTexas, on Wednesday, a flock of wild- geese were struck by lightning and seventy-eight of them were killed. j The Conservative press of Mexico attack President Harrison ajnd Secretary of State Blaine, claiming that they are ambitious to hdve the United Skates possess Mexico. Mrs.; Palmier, w;ife of the njew minister j toj Spain, is worthy, -000,000, jivhiLe jier husband is rated at $4,QOO,ockx -They- might get along, in Madrid Vvithout being cramped, j j ! - ' j Herri Krupp's income is 4,'3o.b,-obomarks; Baron Von Rothschild, of Frankfort; 4.000.000, while poor Herr Von Bleischw'eber, the blfnd Berlin " Bah)cr, lias 2,500,060. They are tlfe -thicie richest mien in Germany j In certain localities in-- New York city ground costs $14,006,-000 per acre! and rent, calculated at 6 per cent., amounts! to $S40,000 pir year.. There. 4rc over five thousand acres occupied by the business portion of New York, j jj; j ' ' , ' i According to Hoffman's direc tory, just piiblished; at Milwaukee, the Roman Catholic population of the' United States is 8,157,676. Thc total number of priests in the country is ,iiS, of whom 2,boS are members of religious orders. There are 2,799 parochial schools with 597,i9j pupils. It A Canadian paper wants 'to know why five million Canadians should pay more to be governed than sixty miWion. Americans' pay. The thirteen cabinet officers at Ottawa receive $105,000 a year, while the eight cabinet officers of the United f States receive $64,- OOO. : 1 . A. M. SCALES. W. N. SCALKS. Scales & Scales, .-trtxDrajeys at Lar, OREENSB0R0 .N. C. j: m Fractico in the State and Federal Courts, f , Office over the National Xank jan31 3m . ROBERT BI. DOUGLAS ATTORN E V A T LAW GREENSBORO. - - 'JiTII CAROLINA WILL Practice in the State and Federal Court in the counties ot OailforJ. Randolph and Rockmeham. -- Office over Porter & Dalton V drug store. dec4-tf r DEi E. W. TATE, PRACTICWrO PHTSICIAIV. GREENSBORO. - NORTH CAROLINA Offers Ms Professional Services to the eitiions -of Greensboro and surrounding country -65-Offiec at rorref JTPalton'g drus Ftore. When not there can be found h i residence on Asheonro streot. oi'lKWite Uol- 1. U. Keotli s. lunll-ll The Piedmont Bank OREEXSIIORO, X. r Does a General Banking Business. For the present in located in the Peojile' f .Savings jianK : iiov. A. M. Stalks, President. I f J. M. Wi.vstkau- CasIIier. ! It. M. Doctj'LAH, Attorney : niRECTOKK: fJov. A. M. SoaleK. J: XI. Winstead, ..I. A. Oddl. Lawrence S. Holt ' Samtiel Ii. Trogdon. FOR SALE. Offer or Sale, . . . i ON Very accommodating terms,-my farm and mill, i-ituated 43 i milus west of Hitch l'oint. on the old plank toad, to .S-ili-in- The tiirm con- tiiir.?.i2 iicre? of good wheat, corn and tobacco i . i . .:n : .. 4. . l j . : . u .....i .... i:mu; me luiu.in iuniLiuuu wuu . umi unu iui Ftine.. with a cotton iein attached, ill iroiolled by water-iower, with an overshot wheel feet, in dm meter. . The neighborhood iff excellent, -tiering a fin iwitronnife ami eiK:l business tothttinill. For further nartioular. call on or addres J. II Myrover, of tho GreonsboM I'ATaioT, who will give all nodded in'ormation with recr;irdto the property, term.--, etc. K. M. urtli t-Lu, jan4-tf : Fayettevillo, N. C. COTTON. NAVAL STOKES. 11. W. 1IICRS, G- El O C' E AND- Conimissiou Merchant. Correionl'iict Soliciled itiid li omi1!y AiiKit crcd. taking a little rcstfaflb home in this btatc. Hcsay.HUlrttthe order urowinj; rapidly jnt'itiembcrship r.d favor in all parts'.f Virginia which he has visitodj5lc expects to say that the trutfbership j is quadrupled by the rnbf thi5 yea lives in urunswicl (ounty, is in l.f thr WIS rrJ. O.-.'. amor, :::tr i:ttrts!i:i mcrts in.uc v.vc t.itc- I c ; r i . , i,:n v, : r . ; it: ri- t.r inter- U t tt i f r t. r.uiwivr if ;cath in ci cry tiious,-an.l l"r.;n c.-:. n i:i .u- ' n Villi- ut' I r .t! 'I! 'camhizt 'a. r U n - TI KnIand i-. nearly 2 i ; i i Minr.c-t.i and Cili.' riu i. i;j ; in Ktn-tvky and Tennessee. Hj; in Western .trt,i Larolina. r.arm4 l.i-; cimp,inionship, and clirirird .that tliey put a true estimate upon hi character in-trad f accepting his own false irsc :ures remarkable. ic i . lure jail on the charge of isonin?j his wife. He is a native;1 )f; Johnston county and rcccnllyf ipoved to Brunswick. Day bfqr yesterdav at dinner Carroll, tt, charged, gave his wife a drtn'v.iif wine in :XV;?t,tl't t !!? you given jmi3;jn an hour - it.i-.iun a eiv iii.iuun i ... ,i i -t-1 . , J1"- tnat uas mi iionoiablc and rmrc Ui, u u I . . !.,. r i. i ile woman has beta vsent to the tnat it o-.ud not fail to revolt from cMt4. i,..;.. ..F J, . , v.nu ition. sought re' trying to h e h .i i s ever since e! i,i i Jn.-.j .e. .!. i -t : r.t'.i .-. . .ire jii. .! . . i t.;kc ..tii: .ird l (nif llrqifl f..i iu(s ,'.U'i.i-;.ii i"rr-.i Dr. D. W. C. 1 . by tutm- boio. v is.hr s the i ir.u -it l all '-'.ho ! Pir!ect VutiJ lr Iik ani W..":, r .n. ,M : ! r riseso:na:i..r!al!mv:!tancc.iwho arc sorry they did not. which he had putj fison. 1 wife was heard to eryHut, "V have you giver she was dead, the woman ha I'.ist. am etuurer. ,v... t . ..- . juuuuLiue inciter, pqrLuenies tiro Ti .!.!.....! iiMi-t l-i.-iii-f.,ri!i.lHMlvtoiC,arKe llA i'L- r I- i:, I-.:- t lit:..:!, if. J. . Mo. I If T.maiT will, rin iivU ik or in-l.. .yi .u..1;.at1 .1;, i.,,!,,, ,.,m- l.lncul fl.im.-l , i. or urunutW . vdi-N, you i - ' ' ''"'in ui iKu.ui aim ran ruri hv u?iii Ilr L II Mc Fj- The Statesville Landmark says that Mr C. V. Grobe, the jeweler, who is uncommonly skillful with thc pen, has written the Lord's Prayer on a card inside a circie the size of a gold j dollar. The w riting is legible and there is room at the bottom of the circle to spare, not more than two-thirds of thc space being occupied. Mr. Grobe did the work; in thirty-five minutes w ithout the aid of a mag nifying glass. I j There is a remarkable state of affairs in the Kinston section. Some-negroes are (aspirants for V S' l.i . omce, anu tney nave employed a man who was formerly a --civil service examiner to instruct them In addition to this1 queer move ment they are holding prayer-meetings daily, at which they ask- that the hands of the President may be laid uponjthcrri so that their services may be required .by the ijovcrnmerit. i I ' j;1 ; !!( NORTH W4JER STREET. WI LM I NGTOX, - - - janlS-ly ..'-! N. C. Dl I I POMONA HILL NURSERIES amu POMONA, x. a, Twif ana a Half Miles West ofreeustjoro, N. c. (f Store EfeV:- i:-- l nr ;.: , r r- . ' . v:- ;-.-;. w .: !'.!-."!.-- ?' . - if--A'. :,; :v.-.f '" !''-'';V-; -rfc i -,' 4 1 :: - THE IMPERFECT' HANLKtRcniKr ' The Might! imperfect HarjuliPil Kic!..- iK;ij sellins fairly at half pirice, and twl-thir , sale at Bti.'l Io-cr irii'?s, an.l it iii,- ,it, . Tuelt tlie .fl.inijC" for t tho rt-tl,(.y they frill bcoh bo a memory. FairiwurniCir Ii are tho .rTce now: 25, 50 and T.V. tea-h, T!(" t ', fl- tne?e pru-ea lor the finest graJo't.f ITn rir,',; j i '' Linen Hanaken-Inets. ! t -i .' i !"- . 1 -j:!; FASHION ABLE 'STOIX.H OA "111 V.XU : ' - '111 ' ' ' W'a have cxooctlod every provi..li' ..1.;.r. - ... . ... r 1 ! .. I Short Wraps and Long Oarmont-t;;T,v. .! , embodimout (f stylo, gowl ta(o A,,. 1 ? - r On the whole it is. tho iuot 1A .l..,M. coiuparalivolyunoxponsive ."i-riiiL'l i-m-,;., . ; nave ever stiown. we nave tli "Mary Stuart;' whith havd vest jfrcnt-, pockew ana large button?.: .Wohjvcot!1U;i; eraWo tiliae- that are cfjuarjy styS-h - ' - I ; ' -I I' Tho lonir garment.-! ptnliricn.' (h... IelL?03, NowOninoinar.-i, Iri.-!j; itigote,- Wireetpiro, J-.tiTrna-, Lfm.nj New uiotu Circular!', frnawl ra.s, mi ; , ,, fashionable s-Iiapcs. ' " ' j ; In short wrsps the ftylcsare c i;ajiy ,jh and bo.-uled r'eleri.io. .in r.ew;hflp t-tan 1 clothIokji-kx-) vio with one-' iitit.jhir f.if favor. ; i j ' " ; anu wsmiyui uu eariy sv.iectMti On t n. J...;i: r oi an exeiu.-fiyosy style. A word .t!i- L . '-.t'.i !., M'U,; ; -iWur . i if. ' NEW PLUSHES AT-WC.IIEit Vijjh i I'.xquiiite aew art aailw" ja J.Vi, V... . ,J ; : -I j - -Mis-, (UU,.,- more ronrpicunusr Vt-rt-creon. Flaiiie,Serge4rit, Ouial Ift,k, Old ji-l-'ard browns. yard. feds NEW .VELY W"J 'ha.v ju: t -etiei Velvets c-t irfiico near! H uuiuesltioii;. prioc. SI. 25. MADRAS. bluos ami t?rv 'ETSrAT ?125 I Pit VAI'li t a ut: 'lino ' JK-r yard. Aliu Hi i$ wJli..-h;y,)i1 hi v bc.-S iitalij; 'I ,0u y 1 !'). UK ! my,-; MEN' A. yoiiknow of MfifV lTn f"TlIIE "main lino of 'tho Richmond and Danville A Railroal passes through tho grounds and with in Km 1'cet of the ollii -o. i Saleui trains make regular stops tivice daily each iv. v. - - , l uoso inieresit-i in iruu an-i iruu erowing arej prices to in.': d coraiauy i-nvueii - u . inspect ints, mo largest nursery m tho Sta e and one of tho lareost in tlie suth. sj-tm-k consists ot Apples, Feavhes, rears t herries, Flums; Japanese Forsini miin?. Apricots Noctariinx?, Figs. Mulberries. Ouinces. .lirapes ltcans, Strawberries, Riispbernes, ; Currants -Gooseberries. Fie Plants, hiyrlish Walnuts, Chest nuts, Kosea, tvergreens, stiaile trees, A All tha new and raTe varieties, asjwellasthe old ones, which my new .catalogue for Iss'i will show. Absolutely Pure- This pom tirr rii-ver varies. A marvel if purity. Give your order to my authorized aeon t c-r order iiireci irom me nursery, i . - . . Corrc-pondeiico solicited, Dcscr:ptivo Catalogue free to applicants, j ' Address J. "AN LIXDLEYi, Poa-ona, Guilf.ird county, N. C. YOU CAN GET A HUAITII TI, ,HKJISTKIt riflostra tod) :' o . 14 hum;: inmiitltk AMI ill .Vl.i:sl t'OI.IJCGI' Itelline all about that celebrated school, j ZEH IR. jB:IEj I - You should do this if you contemplate patronizing any school next year.: Prepares for Trnrhinit, for ICu.iur.ii, or fr Collrur 'J l! SlHiirnlii last year.! This school is finely located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, (near Greensboro.) where giod board can be had 1.... I I..,. L-.. nn. .1 ..,1.1.! f... clmlv Ki i I Id strength -and who csoiiiene.-s. .Vorc eo..i:oimc!il ( an1 elegantly furnifhml Society Halls, beautiful than the .-rdm.-tty kiiul-;. and . annot bo sold in , Chapol. and is winpletely e.uiwed.. One of the . j iii-'i ii. i mi- umuiuiio i:i-iw j . ".i . few UriMIM 1 1 ii .(UrbooiM m-tlie outh weiciit Hiuifi or paosiiuaio iniwaers- coiii omy in I ui;i .V rtreet. Mewf cans. lioy i. 11a or:. puate po1 Kl(i 1'oWIlKf Jso'il only in Co., lmi Wall Address J. July 2'. tf. A. & M. U. HOLT, Oak Kidgo. N. C .The most cuiious announcement ever seen in public is made by M. F. .Moore, of Antioch Robeson county. He says: ."I have in the past nine j'ears been arrested sixty-five times. I have been in jail twenty-three times, in seven different jails. I have been twelve times convicted and served eight months in jail. I have criven a justified bond every time and I can do it again. -It is a crreat record, and Moore announces itin a very graceful way. TIIKV BACK IT IP, Tho Miwrior morits, ax a blood imriflrr mid hivionitiiioj touid, jioksi.ssc.1 by')r l'imf'8 (Jolilen Medical Discovery, warrant iti manufacturers in nellin it (a.s they are doing through druginsts) under a positive guarantiee that, if given u fair trial, it will cure all du.eaeH ariising from h iuigiii or torpid liver, a.s indigestion. or dyjsiM-jia, and all humors, or blood taints, from whatever cause arisimr. a.si j skin, seal pn ml scrofulous affections. Tho in w i terms inv. a benefit or euro, or moniv ri- ONE - OF THE -zziLiiisrES !' 1.0 Illl..i! it ii .:'.' - I - LARGEST IN TOW X, OF i : I ' " OIF1- PTE!! ' ALL- ; THEBEST STYLES. THE LA1IGEST tLNE OF 3 ob ts I i and. i -i - : i . You cann. tlafford tn overlook vik display1 if iti need of Curta Hie .Madias lojims . l-.iL-hi and Vjdrj' .ie.!o h thdT best yahra yit oflered ati itsjil(ii (u-uiar ti y( Madras, is thJ Curtain of ajh oliU h' for Ijil.riVri'.-if : i. . i.l l- -. hr. mi i-r-. mi -!iiir durability - fi'l-si-' Fre.-i.li iit irliiii;(.ii wis ' J f I .It !:.i) uiiiin-rooick sui.ikfntf rootus it account of Til Ji r c-T.liteninj.- eoj.-rs, and -spendid Harrison 's.-itL hung n ith Mai faunde'rignir. Iiiunlji king room at the . nis Curtains. I: MadnisJjy the yarl, 1' c. up. : Madnis CJurtaiusJtl.T" antFuj. cntel iiui'p.ve and the lino wish to tape a do so this we stock. TS NEARLY CO - f wo l-.ave been t'l t-ilij-j-i t "inf 'ituj li ;Hs 'ut' ;t du.-e-I iiir!s ii!i i-id-iiSo aliiiu-t iit-ijid a I'ihav' It'jin lend Press . S r.ot.os for tho iicTv- ihentf. V. ell. they M.eS in" very lii- lvaiifat-eof this unfilaUi. Lori'iLfidii k. Hero is the k tioditioti .f the o('e Shirts iiiw )c. We' haVe 14" ii '.jr au-n;1 ;. 4ii';..c Shirts 7"e Siitrtsji IK and IS. S7c Shirts now 17 aiil IT? 5. ' YVhen the-e former price o 3Ck; SJiirtat itL 'M dozen left 4nly afford t have no size now.- now ."-!-. W.ohai J . '; " - t w. We haii 7"io.: -Wo hat tily sizes'ijV-, 11 SI are sold tho ri- f these. ' T!inre i r, ;s prieo-iiiiSrtssiljiiK m l v hen they atje s but 'I I. j:H- wili hi' t:j- bi'tlcriu ttlii We 'i.-iM- hut sijijil We'.w ill li.il o ' no more Uitlil August Istj.. 1 iiiiiii work on t!ie!(i in: dull f rx 14 iii . thoe- Voi r; jt-iiirtl NEW EKINCKS. f-'tiM-k of I jynt:r? over .-h.owu ut (m.-;:tiiii'o. j.Ttiy ar-e'V., itliilit;.- jM l-t'iu'V r i- The Sprili!; than wo h:tve ai mo nta i oi nie cl.i.-s . lo.- i.ri. of ' cojor-coiiil-inatii'i.'s. .Part called to a line at 'rs per yar-j curtains, svarfs, tidies, uwd-van'i.! Work. Flhe latest i:i Lainbri Heavy, Deep Cord Friiitro in ..fii 51, il.5 and Si -er yard". i iri-n-'-iin iiiirriv'. JEWELRY. Since tho iritro duv'tiorr (,f till Hi; demand h:u reproductimis woes riisr GBIGEITSBORO, Of tho" nesttLeatlinnrjManufacturets, such as ZEIGLEU, ALLEX MAUVIX, Wm. DOKSCII and others. 'The Largest Line of inn. fclfcL ' & - ! CIT1T. - A SPLENDID LINE JUST RECEIVED THIS WEEK. k't y Dry Goods .I and Notion Departments AUE ABSOLUTELY COMPLETE IN ALL THE LATEST ST LYES .1 AND NOVELTIES. . NOTE : I invite tho most critical examination of my stock. . In quality auil (variety it cannot be surpasMed in Greensboro .My prices everybody Unows admit only of the elascst nnfpiir on first cost. I fully appreciate the liberal patronage of the citizens ol (i reensboio and the surrourniin- eountjy. LY FAIIi DEALING I UOFE TO ALWAYS M IIJIT IT. Respectful y, I - of Pius; Jiro'ic GOOD YALL hoen steiidily in i'ilf "trir nnii i ,-i-t iH:kii!'lf 'jf 1 l''H'. . b, J'r:ilrs !'':l-t-Iy i-ieiv'tJi-.. '',' We have alrejidy-heon obeised lines. Uenieiiljo-,'wo tell you; and fruarantod it t' be exactly Plated for phitod; p'Id lor k'' Tho shapesj are tho Very Jatestl qii I. a of the lilost c'xpeli ConliDnierres, '2"c-: Feb?, LJt !C3 irl? tO S'.lJ" aien?' tl? freiiS.iv t'S !iilj.-ite ?-i!i-3. esi,ii:-tiyl:-it:it ufii.it .iyat '- i.: ;wc F:.Ni ; I-: f I lis IN MPS LI M -' ' -. I - . Thoro is no (ot up in the heH- ia derweaf. and tho saies of prt liiimj':!-' go on 'roeorli yjl i,e ff monthd'salos ijii Underwear -iiij j) 'ru 1 nets. Wo do not propo-o to fip;jn-iw. - : i JL :1 ' out a few items doserviuc ofspf 1 tT':" fV, ' lire it varietal iu ni-n Excdleht quality -.Muslin Dra jvH'V- f:h yoke, wido embroidery rufTn), hvku:.. !d-f r:! a- il-;-at''.-tj '.'' -I it.' ti-.ii.. ; . - With, fwie tu'-v J I)rav. r. ci ' above. Only 50c per pair. Superiorlerado of lle.iv'y -Muslin; orate!y trimmed with -. torcjion -btw,' ai'lfinisl.el with horrinsr bir.ni, braid. Only T'-Wper l!a:r Chemi;eof Fine Loiislalo Cktil . i . of torchon !acb,"nock..H)d s'eiMtfi tr.u torchon Iac. Pn!y Tic each Gowns of extra heavyiMuilin ty fine tucks.,).lIamburK embnji neck, sloevo and yoke. Splenu bio muslin-. antTextra value. Only ;T6c each. SkirU of Cno Heavy Musljin, fle, two clusters of. tuck.- in tucks ahove. jStrong "Musiin ,iil'ijrf-'oi .tniiif value. -Only 7c each. - i Woodwaril k ,-ier if IjFic. r bare -ki-1. Witll y Ko oi.,--- derr ar-.iin'l.tl'O; d ifra'le- f Ji"11- dti-jiinbriqivn. UMru!l;i an-t 'tw j B03TOT i - i i inn diiiiiis iiiiisf, si . ... ... , u- i, m.m . i Mrt-utlifLiu l.je SalV., 1 tuind. ueci : : i : .'. -WASHINGTON; D G -U' f H i UN I i ''a

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