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A private inatructor for marr ed persons or tho!e about to bo married, both male and female, In evervth;nr concerning the pbysiolegy and re lations of our aciual uyeH-ui, and the production and pie volition of olT-piiujc, including all the new discovci ue never before given iu tho EnglUh lan guage, b, ViV. YOUNG, M. L. Thia id really a valuable interesting weik. It i written in plain laimgo f :r the goi:erl reader, and irt il lustrated with numerous engravings. All young married pcop'e, or those contemplating marriage, and having the Ij&et impediment to married life, ahould read this book. It ditclosca secrets that every one Bhould bo acquainted with ; still it ia a book that must be lockoi up and not lie about tho houeo. It will be ent to any address on re ceipt of 50 cents. Address Dit. WM. YOUNG, phia. oct 21 37-Cmch SAMUI'L Y. GREER. (Succeesor to Dialogue fc Greer,) Fire Hose Manufacturer, 520 NORTH HT. , PHILADELPHIA. KataMIahert in 1821. Kteam i'no Engine, Forcing aud Kuotiou Hose, Loather and Rubber Buokets, Tipe, Nozzle, Kcrew, and Patent Coupling of all kinds. feb 21 wGmcb Ji(iRi:RT V. J0IINSON INSPECTOR OF NAVAL STORES, COTTON, 4c. VVILMIMCiTON. If. C. OFFICE AT JOHN O. BEYER'S STORE, would inform his friends and old customers that he lias qualified as Inspector, and solicits their patronage, jan 13 w tf gOUBL IlEFINED or THE rOUDRETTE Lodi Manufacturing Co." For salo iu lot to suit eustomere. This article is sold for HALF THE PRICE of other fertili zers, and is cheaper for Cotton, Corn. Tobaoco mid Vegetables, than any other in tho market. It is rna'lo entirely from the night soil, ofLl, Ac. of New York City. Price, doliverod on board in New York City, Twenty-live Dollars per Ton. It ail the following Testimonials : JAcon Joyxek, Esq., of Greenville, N. 0., un do: date of October 25th, 1810. says: "The l'oudrctto I purchased of you last spring, I nsed on Com, and from results, I am eatiened it is tun cheapest and best fertilizer we can use in this eection." David W. Gabeill, of Washington. N O., uu dor date of Nov. 4th, 1870, says: "I U86d your Double Kenned Poudrotte on Cotton in tho same way (iu tho drill.) side by side with Peruvian Guano, tho Pondretto in one row and the Guano in tho next, and I pronounce it superior to the Guano. In the spring the rows where I used the Guano looked tho best, but in Jane and J uly, tho Poadretto showed itself, and my neighbors who have soeu it pronounoe it equal to Guano, and I think they will unite with me in using it another year." James R. Wilder, of Franklinton, N C, says, iu letter dated Sept. 23d, 1870: I used the Double Ksfined Poudrotte on Cotton, and it will, without a doubt, mako more than a $56 gnaoo, which has a great roputation as a Cotton Manure. The Nitro-Fhoaphate I used on Cot ton, bwoet Potatoes and gardoa truck, ail of which did exceedingly well." J. J. Rollins, of Pactolus. N. 0.. under date of October 2'Jth, 1870, says: M believe the Double IU fined Foudrette and Bone Dust are all they are recommended to be. I used the Poudrette on Corn, mi l although the season has been very unfavorable lor all kinds of fertilizers on my sandy soil, I was perfectly satisfied, and believe it the cheapest fertilizer we can use." J. A. J. Askew, of Colerain, N. C, in a letter dated September 16th, 1870, says: "I let several planters have some of the 'Double Refined Pou drette.' One says he wants 5 tons next season to put under Corn. I used 4 tons on Corn, and although the season was unfavorable, it aston ished every one who saw it. I think it the best fertilizer tor Corn I ever Baw." A Pamphlet giving full directions, Ac, sent on application to JAMES T. FOSTER, Box 3139, New York P. O. Oilice CG Cortlandt Street, New York. For sale by SPRUNT & HINSON, Wilmington, N. O. janl3 49-wlSt-ch T7XT X f?T? Now ready the great VXHiI!S JLlXliJli. standard work of ihe day. The Life and Times of GEN. It. E. LEE, with a full record of the campaigns and horoio deeds of his Compaxions in Arms : by a distin guished Southern Journalist. The Life of Gen. Loe is here given full of facts of interest uaver before published. 850 pages and 33 life-like Steel Engravings. Price $3 75. tl 50 per month made by Disabled Soldiers and active men and women sailing this wcrk. E. I3. TREAT & CO., Publishers, mar 3-ltwch No. 654 Broadway, N. V. A MODEL NEWSPAPER. The Carolina Messenger, PUBLISHED EV3RY FRIDAY, AT GOLDSBOBO, N. C. 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Ita news on every topic of interest political, literary, social, domestic and foreign is always fresh, abundant, various and accurate, comprising the whole circle cf current intelligence, always rendered with such promptitude and spirit, that the paper has a large and increasing circulation. , A8 AN ORGAN OF OPINION, i The Messenger is fearless, trenchant, indomi table, ardent in its advocacy of sound Demo cratio principles, unsparing in its denunciation of political abuses and corruption; and not con fining its discussion to mere politics it takes a wide range, touches upon a great variety of sub jects, and aims to be a said guide of publio opinion on all topics which engage publio atten tion. It gives conspicuous prominence to Btate news and market reports. Canvassers Wanted in Evebt Count. opign Ynrm MONEY ;n Dn nffinA nrAora whArever convenient, if not, then register the letters containing money Address JULIUS A. BOlflTZ, Editor and Frop'r Goldsboro N. O. mar 3 dlt-wly EXCHANGE HOTEL, HILLSBORO STREET, RALEIGH, N. O. A. A. HARBIN jan 11 star copy . . . .Pbopbietob. 92-ltd&6mwca Y0L. 27. WILMINGTON 1VIII N0RTUR0P & GUMMING, Proprietors. MS- Cargoes of YELLOW PINE LUMBER fur nished for any market at short notice. tOT All kinds of PLANED LUMBEU alwae on hand. Also, LiTa3, BBICK, Ac, Ac. deo 16 45-Cm A VOID QUACKS AVICTItt OK KAKliV . indiscretion, cauaing nervous debilitv. nr- mnure uecay, etc., naving tnea in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a bimple means of self-cure, which he will send free to his feUow-snfferers. J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau St , New Yok City. ' jan 13 43-G.-Eca NATURALIZING Mill B. The ATTENTION OF llATUIlAL-UOItN sub jects of Her Britannic Majesty is calle i to the 4th and 6th clauses or tho "Naturalization Act, 1870," viz: 4. Any person who by reason of hi-t having been born within ihe dominions or Her Majesty is a natural-born subject, but who a.!so at the time of his biith became under the law i f any foreign 8tit a subject of such Mate, aud is still such subject, niay, if of fall age arid not nuder any disability, make a declaration of a i en ape in manner aforesaid, and from and after ti e mak ing of fruch tlr clnralion of aLonan, huca per son shall ceaso to boa British sutjeot. .ny person who is born out of Her Majesty's domin ions of a father being a British subject may, if of full 8ge, ana bot under any disability, make a declaration of alienage in miinncr af itsa;d, and from and after :ho making of such declara tion, shall ccasa to be a British eubjeet. EXPATRIATION. 0 Any British subject who has at any time be fore, or my at cny lime alter, the passing ci this act, when in any foreign btate. and not un der any disability, voluntarily beconv natural ized in such Htate, shall, from and af' or the time of his so having become naturalized in such foreign State, bo deemed to have ceased to bo a ijriusu suojoci, ana uu ret;aniuj as an alien: provided. (1 ) That wber aty Bri ish tul joct has, before the patsiug of this aot, volunta rily become natural. zed in a f .rcigti State and yet i desirous of remaliiin' a British subject, he may, at any time wiihm two years after tho pasei: g of this net, na!u a decla ration that he is desirous of rrma'niii!; a British subject, aud upon such deelarati -i, hereinafter rcfirr ed t as a ueclaratioi. of British nationality, being made, KnJ upon his taking the atu of abi gi&no0-, tl.o decla rant shall bt df-emed to b. nd to have been continually, a Lritish ubct; with :tis qualification, that he chad not, when within the limits of tho foreign ytate iu Li-'U he has been natural i'-d, bo deemed tc be & BriMfch subject, unions ho has cea&ed to bo a subject of that btate in pursuaucc of the laws thereof, or iu nursuance of a troaty to that effect. (3.) A declaration of Uritieh nationality may Lo made, and the oath of allegiance bo taken. a follows, that is to eay: If the declarant be in the United Kingdom, in Iho i ri eence of e jastice of the peace: if eUe where in Her Majesty's dominions, in the presence of aDy judge of sny court of civil or criminal juris diction, of sny justice of the peace, or of any other officer for the time being authorized by Jaw in the piece in which tho declarant is to administer an oath for any judicial or other legal purpose ; if out of Her Majesty's dominions, in the presence of anv officer in the diplomatic or consular service of Her Majesty. Also, to the following extract fro:i the "Con vention between Her Majesty and tho United States of Amorica relativo to Naturalization." (Ratifications exchanged at London, August 10, 1870.) Asticlk II. British subjects who have beoome and arc naturalized as citizens within the United States, bhkll be at liberty to renounce their naturalization and to resume their British nationality, provided that ench re nunciation be publicly declared within two years after the 12th day of May, 1870. Further information may bo htd on applica tion to ALEX. SPRUNT, British Vice Consul at 3-eow-7wch Wilmington, N. O. Coffee at $5 Per Sack. 1AA JAJJ BACK8 GOOD BIO COFFEF, CON tainiog '25 pound j each, at FIVE DOLL A US Pi-Ii HACiv, delivered at either or the Kailioad ve pots for five dollars by E. A. KEITH. w-lm raw 17 NOTICE. THE RENTING OF THE HOUSES, STORES. Mill, Land and Boxes of the estate of John Jones, deceased, will be made at Lillington, on Saturday the 1st day of April next. Terms made known on the day. JOHN A. JONE?, Administrator. march 12 ltl-ltdwtsch The gBIack jailltia Brutal Attack Upon Two White Men Bayonets and Brick bats A Narrow Escape. A brutal attack, wholly without provo cation, was made wiipon Driver Davis and Coneluctor Toonier, of KiDg street car No. 1, at about eight o'clock last Dight. The offenders were a company of negro militia, armed to the teeth with approved ritles and fixed bayonets. It appears that car No. 1 was goiDg up King street, when it overtook the company of negro militiamen, who were marching on the track. The car haultsel threo times to allow tho black guard to get out of the way, and the car being then behind time the conduotor rang the bell for the driver to go. ahead. Instantly the miltiflmen, cursing liko demons, surrounded the car, brandishiDg their weapons over the head of tho driver. One squad seized the horse and dragged it to tho side of the car. The driver stoctl to his post, and was then struck over tho head with a clubbed rilie. This blow cut the hand badly and disabled the elriver. Tho conductor ran to hi3 as sistance anel helped him into the car. Now the militiamen turned upon the con ductor, and struck him heavily upon the shoulder. Those of the militia who could not reach the car with their bayonets then opencel an active fire with brickbat?. With these missiles some of the car windows were smashed to pieces. The militia were now thoroughly aroused, but were toned down by an officer of tbe police. His arr'val saved tho conductor and driver from wors9 violence and tho car from destruction. As soon as tho road was clear the oonductor and driver went on to tho upper guard house, whero they lodged tbo complaint. We are not adviseel, however, of the names of the rioters, or of the company to which they belong. This incident shows what tho whites have to expect, when tho armed militia men, at fifty to one, attack unarmed citi zens. These negroes are not fit to be trnsted with deadly weapons ; but tho de vil must be fought with fire, and if the blacks are not disarmed, the whites must arm at once. That is the long and thort of faChcn-leston News, 28tf. . Legislature of Nortb Carolina. SENATE. Wednesday, March 29, 1871. Biil for tbe eeniteutiary wa? taken up and passed second and third readings. Biil providing for appeal from tho Supe rior to the Supreme Court ia certain cases. The Jadiciary committee having reported adversely to the bill, Luled to pats on its secoDd reading. Bill to provide a Bjsteru ft public instruc tion in the State. Provides that the Super intendent shall apportion the school fuLd, to the respective counties, aecoiding to the number of childivu in the sevr ral coun ties. .Mr. Robbiu the Sent do aoic! d-jjf j. as k d of Davidor, moved that iot concur iu tho ticuse (. otamit fc... i-f Conft -n net. O-i midin thi- rules v.f-i i-h j r - m .s A c. , in el r t ,f Mr. (Iruhitni. of AJauiuuce, Misp. ml d uliI bill to pnn I r el inning mom y, u d-, i-- pretensions, pulsed its severul i'iu;ts. On motion ot Mr. Murphy, th bill in rrgard to bringing suits against railroad oompiuics waBt.tkeu uj aod pesed its sev eral reaelings. Bill to prevent forging cr counterfeiting seals, stamps, Ac., of manufacturers anel mechanic?, on conviction of which, party to be imprieoned or lined, or both, pasted its several readings. HOUSE OF REPRE8EN 1ATIVES. Wednesday, March 21), 1S71. On motion of Mr. Dunham, the resolu tion laiaing a Committee to examine into tho charges against John Pool member of the U. S. Senate, from this State, was taken up., The yeas anel nays were called and, the resolution pasted its third reading by a vote of yeas 09, nays 30. The bill to consolidate that portion of the N. C. li. II between .liaieigh and Gohlsboro' with the Atlantic and N. C. li. li., being the special order for this hour, its consideration was gone into. After the atloption of various amendments the previous question was ordered and the bill p:itse.d its third reading by a vote of yeas 52, Lays -13. The bill to repeil the aoi amending the charter of tho Western Isorth Carolina iailroad Company was taken up and assed its fecond reading anel was lnada special order for to-morrow at 11 o clock. Oa motion of Mr. JLoilio, the bill in ro- ation to road steamers wai taken up and pass; d ils third reading. Ou motion of Ellison, col., tho bill to amend thcaet to incorporate the Planters tiilroiid Company was tuken up and passed its several lvadiugs. Ou moiion of Mr. Currie, the bill to al- ow ttio uommissioners oi uiimoerianu county to levy a special tax was taken up and passed its third reading by a voto of yeas bb, tity.s lo. SENATE. Wednesday, March 29, 1S71. AFXEEKGC2J SESSION. Ou motion of Mr. McClummy, a Lili for the protection of fair grouuds, was passed. On motion of Mr. Uargan, a bill author izing the commissioners of Anson county to levy a special tax, was taken up and passetl. On motion of Mr. Allen, the bill incor porating the Kinston and Kenansvdle rail road was taken up and passed. On motion of Mr. Uilmer, the bill to enablo the Northwestern North Carolina Railroad Company to complete its road to Salem, N. C. (Enables it to consolidate with any company or corporation to secure its completion.) Passed its several read lngs. Ortlered to bo engrossed aud sent to tho House. On motion of Mr. Johnston, rf Bun combe, the bill to call a Convention of the people was made special order for to mor row at 12:30. SENATE. TnrnBDAY, March 30, 1871. Bill regulating contempt of court was tiken up and passed third reading. Bill to incorporate the Haywood and Cane Creek Railroad Company, put on its third reading. Mr. Troy offered an amondment striking out all of that portion which amends tue Chatham Railroad Company requiring it to go to the Gulf, which wasadopted, but afterwards reECindeu. Also, by samf, another amendment that tho Chatham Road shoulel make no tlis- crimination in freight charges between the Haywood and Cane Creek Road, end the Western Railroad, which was adopted, when the bill passed its several readings. On motion of Mr. Moore, the bill amending section 199, chapter 1, of the Coda of Civil Procedure, concerning at tachments, was taken up and passed its several readings. Message from the House announcing the passage of the Pool investigating reso lutions, with names of House members of the committee. Tho President appointed Messrs. Leh man, Latham and Jones, as Senate branch of same committee. On motion of Mr. Cowles, tho bill char tering the Mount Airy Railroad Company was taken up and passed. Mr. Graham, of Orange, from the fi nance committee, reported a bill to raise revenue, which was discussed, aim pifsei second reading. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Thtjesday, Makch 30, 1871. By Mr. French : A bill to authorize the Bladen Land Company to issue bonds; placed on calendar. By Mr. Ashe : A bill to incorporate the Waccamaw Church, Columbus county ; placed on calendar. By Mr. Marlet : A bill in regard lo bills of costs due on the old County and Supe rior Courts' docket ; referred. Mr. Luckey offered the following reso lution, which was placed on tha Calendar : Wherea, During the late war, the Stato of North Carolina did keep a record, known as the "Roll of Honor," upon which were recorded the names of such of her sons who especially distinguished themselves in battle with tho view that their names should be preserved and helel in sacred remembrance by all who honor the heroism anel valor of her eons, anel, whereas, upon enquiry, said 'Roil of Honor" is not to be found either in the State Library or in the Adjutant-Gencjal's office, therefore Resolved, That the Library Committee of this Ilouso bo required to make inquiry and report to this House as speedily as practicable where said " Roll of Honor " is or in whesa hanels it maybe, and if found that it be restored to tho State Li brary. . The bill to repeal the act to amend the the charter of the Western N. C. railroad, being the special order for this hoar, it was Y IF t x WILMINGTON, N. 0., FRIDAY MORNING. taken npand considered, and parsed third reading. Mr. Ashe moved to withdraw the bill in regard to a Board of "Internal Improve ments from the committee on Internal Im provements and bringing it at once before the House. Mr. A. in making the motion said thai he, in supporting the bill, as actuated by a high tense of duty to the best interests of the Stato ncd tho Conservative party, and if the hill was allowed to remain in the hands of the committee, it would be tat.i mount to its defect. Mr. Welch opposed tho motion. lie thought that the interest of the people de mactlcel that tbe committee should t-cruti uize the bill before it came before the House. I her motion to withdraw was put to a v t i ai d lo.-t. Tb'i io'ulion iu favor of the Sheriff of New ilii.' v- r e.Minty, was t k. n up u.itl pase l i'h n'Vrral lOuiliUt;-, The tnil to .submit fit- qnestion of v. titi. ii" .r "No Cuiiveiitiou" to thv peo ple n i to provide foi the e'.ectiuu o d- le gates, as taken up nn-i p s-ed it- ttiird rcudiug by a vota of ayes 59, uayn 30. SENATE. AFTEI4NOON SE3SJO.N. TiiunsDAY, March 30, 1871. On motion of Mr. Datgau, the bill to ex tend the time for legi-fering dteds, grants, powers of Attorney, if"e. , (for two yeais after passage tf this act) v,n taketi up and pa?siil its several readings. Tho bill establishing the nevv c unty o' Pemlieo, was mJe special order for Satur day afternoon. HOUSE OF IlEPliESENT ATI VfEd. aiti:noon session. TiiuiiiPAY, March 30, lb71. The biil to regulate the issuing oi txe cuiions uj ou j nlgmeuta for the coliecrion of mui.v) , was tiken uj) and pttf-od its several reud!ug-. liy Mr. Freucli : A bill to amend se-tion 28, chai. 222, laws of 18Gd-'70 , placed on calendar. Ihe bill to incorporate the Waccamaw Baptist Church, Columbus couu'y, was taken up ami passed its several readings. Tho bill to enable the Northwestern N. C. 11. 11. Company to complete their roael to Salem, was token up and passed ita tev eral readings. . 1 - SENATE. Fkidax, March 31, 1871. Au act regu'ating an act'iu regard to Townships'; repeal that portion authoriz ing Township Trustees to levy a special tax for house building purposes, c., read and passed. HIGH COURT OP IMPEACH MENT. The Chair announosd the arrival of the hour for tho sitting of tho Court of Im peachment. The B ard of Managers appeared and soated. Mr. Phillips Baid : A3 it is believed that action has been taken in this case by Judge Jones, which may relievo the Court ofijits further investigation, the Managers beg leave to suggest au adjournment until to morrow. We understand that a communi- aation from Judge Jones to the Governor is upon the way. Nothing definite is known as yet, but we are informed that if a resig nation is tendered to the Governor, he will, under the circumstances, feel it to be bi3 duty to immediteJy lay the matter before the General Assembly for consieler- ation. Senate again called to order. Revenue bill was taken up and put on its third reading, anel passed; yeas 19, nays 1G. On motion of Mr. Allen, the bill au thorizing the Commissioners of Onslow county to levy a special tax was taken up and passed its second reading. On the question of concurring in the House amendments to the Convention bill, (to strike out "two-thirds of all tho mem bers concurring. ") Mr. Merrimon moveel to concur in the amendment?, which were adopted by the following vote : ayes 30, nays 11. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Feiday, March 31, 1871. f PEOIAIi OEDEP..' The blll,t,omnA ecti? 29- pter s of 18C9- 0 being the special or- the hour it was taken up. 222, laws der for Mr. French offered a substitute for the original, which was adopted, and the bill then paesetl its reading The bill to amend tho act chartering the McLean Hook anel Ladder Company of Fayetteville, was taken up and passed its Beveral readings. The bill to allow the Commissioners of Harnett county to appoint a Processionor was tat en up anel passed its several read ings. The resolution in regard to the centen nial annivesary of American Iudependenee was taken up anel passed its several read ingi. Tho bill to, incorporate the Carthage and Rau loljih R. R. Co., wastaken up and passed its second reading by a vole of yeas 01, nays 3. The biil to requirt-, Justices of the Peace to lile proceedings in the Superior court when tit feu da t plesdi no asEets, was taken up and passed it3 several readings. The bill to amend the Uode of UiVill'ro cedure, wai taken up and pasted its several readings. The bid for 'ho protection of Fair Grounds was taken up aud passed its several readings. HOUSE OF REPESENTAT1VES. AFTERNOON SESSION. A biil concerning Superior Court eletk?, ppointing deputies, passed its several e.-adings. A bill to advance the agricultural inter est of the State, failed to pass its second reading. A bill to incorporate the Asheville and Virginia Railroad Company, passed its several readings. A bill amending the act incorporating the Bladen Land Company, passad its saveral readings. A messcge wa3 received from the Gov ernor, informing the House of theresigna fion of Judge E. W. Jones, and stating that the resignation could not be accepted until the articles of impeachment against him were dispoeed of. Mr. Sparrow introduced a resolution in structing tho Managers to withdraw the articles of impeachment. Under a suspension of the rules tho resolution was adopted. , Capt. William Bigga has bought tho interest of his partner, Mr. J. G. Charles, in the Tarboro' Sout7iemert and will here after conduct both departments of tbat excellent weekly, as he has in the past conducted the editorial department, alone. We wish him a long life . and continued prosperity. - - . : .'.s'..i I. APRIL 7, 1871. STATE NEWS. Newbern i Miif ring from tha depreda tions of hotiso brrakers. A revival of religiou i in progress at the Methodist, church in Favetteville. Halifax c luty has a pto-pect of mora Northern t-ettlert-. Tho Romoke river is very high aDd still rising. The. Newborn Journal of Commerce learns thit the frebocner reported a few day ago, as ahhore at Rogue Iulet, is not on the beach, but is lying in -tho Inlet, leaking very badly. We learn from tLo Newbern Journal of Commerce that Mr. Ferebee, the gentleman h vmi-4 to f-f-vejrly irj'irt'd on Wednesdny nUl.t, by f-ilh'n.T fioni the stoop of a store, h is hiue i died. AiuiEANT Batt: Wti Lnvo reeeivtrd a letter Iro n fciarediit B.tte who carried the Ui.ittd Sfatr 11 :g through the Sjuth ju.it afier thi- sunt n.li r. lie sajs that at Greei,sl.oro' $10,000 wa offered him to quit the inarch in th-i itt-rest of the Re publican party. This oiler he s-iys came through our fugitive. Governor, W. W. flolden. Wo wisl publish tho letler wheu we are not fco crowded with other mutter. The oiler of $10 000 is tho ttriking feature of tho let lei, and vsry much after the manner of lloldeu. Baieigh Sentinel. Gov. Reed Head c r inn U:icn League. At a meeting ef the Union League in Jackisonviilo a few days ago, Gen. Little- ric-ld, e'ectcd President last year, gave way, and Gov. Reed was chosen iu bis place, Littletit id. it isaid, u-ing his influence to secure ih it result. Reed now has the ma chinery in his bauds, backed with the pa- trosae of the. ixe.eative office, to secure fpr h'.ui-elf a re-nomination for Governor in 1S72. TLere are many Republicans vii'. believe that these two worthies (Lit- tletield aud Reed), hava struck hands po- j iiticully, as they long ago did financially. Reod wants to bo Governor. That office has been a profitable one to him hitherto, and he is loth to mrrender it. Littlefield has more axes to grind, and besides wants to ba Senator ; so the partnership just suits and the men tsuit the partnership a uuiou between " BIy till and Black George, the Blackleg anel th;) Puritan." Tallahas see Eloridian. Asylum for toe Insane. A bill for the I better government of the Asylum for the ! Insane passed its several reaelings in the Houso on Tueetlay. The following is the new Boartl of Supervisors provieleel for in the bill : Dr. Charles E. Johnson, Dr. E. Buike Haywood, Hon. Thos. Bragg; Hon. A. S. Merrimon, Chas. Dewey, Esq., Kemp P. Battlo, rjsq., 1 . Pescuel, Esq., and Dr. C. late Murphy, of bampson; James McOormtck, Esq., of Harnett: Rev. B. Cra ven, or uanetoipn; ur. Pride Jones, of Or- !ige; Dr. J. J. Summerell, ;of Rowan, O, Dowd, Esq., of Mecklenburg: and J. J. Davis, Esq,, of Franklin. Sentinel. The Biblical Recorder learns that there is anew sect of Baptists, an offshoot from the?Kehukee Association, calling them selves Preelestinarian Baptists, who reject colored members. They number twelve members, divided into three churches Stony Creek, in Wayne, Little Sisters, in Johnston, and Taylor's Hill, in Edge combe. hey have three ministers, E. Holland. S. H. Tarlor and 8. Pate. The Eik Mountain Cheeee Company have leased their entire property, (1,700 acres) except tfce mills, to Mr. W. S. Cor nell, who last year leased a portion of "The Mountain, and bad charge of the cheese- making. He will oommenco cheese-making "fc Ui lu"J ? ?uu.u ar"er man lass yetr. liter supplying ine Dome elemand, tue surplus cheese wdl be ship ped to Glasgow, Scotland. Asheville Ciii ten. We are esj co'ally pleased to announce to our people that the Hon. A. M. Wad- dell has awarded to Anscn the distinguished honor of appointing to a eatletship at An napolis, Mr. dames 1. Kmith, of this town, W e, with others, recommended Mr. Smith from a knowledgo that there was " some thing m the boy, ' which thorough culti vation would develop. We reioico in his appointment, end hope, in his whole fu- turo career,he will attempt to rcfl and cre(lit on his uative oounlv; Wadosboro' rcflect honor Argus. The Western Railroad is not yet safe we learn from the bad management of the re cent Radical rule. The $150,000 or $1C0, 000 mentioned by us before as being de posited by Mr. Lutterloh in New York, it is thought may be in the bands of Swep- son, Littlefielel and other plunderers and adventurers. It is claimed that 20,000 was advanced to Mr. Lutterloh on these mortgage bouels of tbe company, anel Mr. Lutterloh s order perhaps cannot recall tho bonds, even should ho return the 20,- 000 He should never have sold or con veyed them ofi', and he had better never been in the affair. The company has repudiated these bonds, and can no doubt mako gootl its action in so eloiog, but of course it would be bettor to recover tho bonus and destroy them. If,the.bonds vere;friiudulent from the first, then tho company can in no way be re sponsible for the 20,000 advanced for! them. lint all such unsettled and conceal- ed claims serve to impair credit aud delay tt, t;..,,.h,t;ii t?..i the road. Fayettevijie Eagle. mark Twain on Juvenile Pugilist, Wc find in tho Buffalo Express of the 23th instant the following paternal objur gations by Mark Twain : "Yes, I've hael a good many lights in my time,, fcanl old John Parky, tenderly maiiipuia:iug his dismantled , rote, 'and n li Kinei oi fjueer, too, lor wuoa l wa a boy, the old maa was always telling me better He was a good man and hated lighting. When I would come home with my nose bleading or with my face scratch ed up, he used to call me oat iu the wood shed, and in a sorrowful and discouraged way say, 'So, Johnny, youv'e had another light, hey How many times have x got to tell ye how disgraceful and wickol it it for boys to h.rht ? It was only yestcrdav that I talked to you an hour about the bin of lighting, and hero you've b3en at it again. Who was it with thi time ? With Tommy Kelly, hey ? Don't you know any better than to tight a boy that weighs twenty pouneU more than yoa elo besidee, oeing two years oiuer Ain i ye eroi a spark of sense about ye ? I can sco plainly that you are determined to break your poor lathers heart by your reckless conduct. Whit ails your finger? Tom my bit it! Drat the little foot 1 Didn't ye know enough to keep yer finger cut of his mouth ? Was trying to jerk his cheek off, hey ? Won't y, never, Jearn to quit fcolin' 'round a boy' mouth with jer lin gers ? You're bound to disgrace us all by seen wretched behavior ! 5 Yon're deter mined never to be nobody! Did yoa ever ":" j.;jt . a . : ( - ( - ; NO. 9 hear of Isaac Watts that wrote Let dogs delight to bark and bite" sticking his fingers in a boy'a mouth to get 'em bit, hke a fool ? I'm clean discouraged with ye ? Why didn't ye go for his nose, the way Jonathan Edwards, and George Wash ington, and Dan'l Webster used to when they was boys ? Couldn't, 'cause he had ye down I That's a purty story to tell mt 1 It does beat all that you can't learn how Socrates and William Penn used to gouge when they was under, after the hours and hours I've spe nt in telling you about thote great men ! It seems to me sometimes as if I should have to give you up iu despair. It's an awful trial to me to have a boy that don't pay any attention to goad example nor to what I say. What ! yoa pulled out three or four handfuls of his hair ! H m ! Did ho pquirm any ? N w if you'd a give him one or two iu the eye but 89 I've told yp, many a time, figlii ing is po r business. Won t yon for your father's sake won't you promise to tiy and rememb-r that ! H-m ! Johnny, how did it ahem which licked ? ' " You bcked him ? Sho ! Really r Well, now. 1 hadu'c any ida you could lick that Tommy Kelley I I don't believe John Bunyan, at ten. years old, could have done it. Johnny, my boy, you can't think how I hate to have yoa lighting every day or two, I wouldn't have had him lick you for five, no, not for ten dollars. Now, sonny, go right in and wash up, and tell yer mother to put a rag on yer finger. And. Johnnv. don't let mo hear of vour fighting again ! "1 never see anybody so down on fight- iner a the old man was. hut nmohnn hn could never break me from it." STATEMENT of Vie principal article of Pro- cuce exported from Vie Jfort of Warning ion, 2f. C, for it tree month enling 3 1 si March, 1871, as compiled from the reports of the Daily Journal, and compared with those for same time in 1870. as a CO H Q f 5 so s s : : : i s : ! 08 cr r- a a CD cr New York. co to o o . . . o o . o O O- OS . -1 - oa-eii-cn CO Boston. to i- c to O O O CO OOlOOD co . to . CO "co : o . 1 . Hiilad'a. to ' rOMWtno- Co O O -O C5 C5 ' Baltimore. to to K- CO CO Cj ": - OS "oo ! S: Richmond, Va. en . Qeorgetowi D. U. Total March, 1S71. c to " CO Oi P H. CSj- CO Ot- Vo os"S5la o"o MoOtoSOOOtOOOK) to . I Total Febrnary, 1871. OO i- cn so " g"S: o o 1 "bo to CO co tf- Ct t- if. O to a Total, January, 1871. CO toco ' to to ; "co to : - oo OO cd ; to co t- to oo . to. Total Jan., Feb.. CO Ol OJ , 3 - .cs: CO o OS osi--atoo March, 1873 OS Oi CO tJTtf.-'- Total Jan., Feb., March, 187. ' - J CO ones rffc-uo CJ t- to cn - OO .o - lOlM QOCOOOC) tOCCOt C71CSCOtOS 40-)C) o C7i -co o Maaow-icant" : :::: : : Glasgow, o o- . . . . o :::::::::::: r-: : null, Eng. OS ca tf- S'. ': Bteltin. I . '. CO . . I'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.' Cy- ' Roterdam. -1 C3 CO o t j r.rietol, CO : g: : o Eng. Hamburg. : : I to -1 To to o Cardtnaa. Rio da Janeiro. en O CO i O ; bt. Mark' Iinyti. O ; CJt CJl rj . tO Total March. 1S71. . en -a CS - ' J"" ' "'. -1 ' -r . oc . o . oo . o o o to to CO. Oi cn - I Total Febrnary, 1871. cs K- ' CS t3 cjf ' "o "cr. O CO o t o "c Total. 104 I. o . K9- CT - . . to . to "to o ; ; "tf"' "0' Oi Ci '. wm '. . Ci PP w .l-; 1. ; Ci. C!. CI . j . Total Jan., Fb., J March, 187 to . cn n O o O QD O O Total, , Jan , F-b., ' March, 187C CO vT Oi -irrch, 1 1871. ! CO o o - to co os cr o o o -J U" U Ci U, m oc Jan , Feb.,! aud March ! 1671. '! Sg; -j ca m' K m ' kw .te.CdQO - 4 o- r. t 03 -1 c kj - i u. Jan., F6b , ' y k-Et ' -mC4ui4A and trcb : t On the ?3 1 ibet., Mr. PETEJl DAVI-t, of War ren coorr.y. acd Miaa MINNIfc: M. VVI30IK8, daughter of 11. L. Wieina. Una . of Hini'r.ni , -.,.1 . ::.:.'" i '-''UvJ .-:-,,' 'ti r.,l r' IIATK8 OF ADVEUTIIIJra. 1 square of 10 lines or less, for each and every Insertion, $1. , , Special Notices will be charged $2 00 per squall for each and every insertion. All Obituaries and private publications of eveiy character are charged as advertisements. No advertisement reflecting upon private) character can, under AST cibctmstasces, to admitted. A rialntlve Appeal, The following plaintive and moving ap peal, in ballad form, has been circulating ia the Capitol for tho past few day?, and has doubtless had its effect ia precipita ting tho early adjournment of the Legisla ture: AWIFE TO HER HCSEAtiD IX LEGISLATCUE . Air " Father Come Home." Ilnnhan ?, dear huobaud, come heme to me new. Ft cm lUleigh and tho Mtato Iloutte so warm ; 'Xia loi.eiy wiibout yoa why do ou not come, And fee to the tniuKtf on tho fmm Yon told mo when you wore elected let fU, if I would but one j let jou go, Von'd Kmely returu I e'ore Male! wan ptt, And I ready beli-v-d 'iwt.tii i tt- -o tJoaio lie rri9 ! C' me -raet ome i.oa! Dear hoeunjul ku 1 buebud, cukiu L me. Una ar.d der liubarid, c roo tor-mo to mo uff, Gome h me e'. r ihe furiu. time la imooghi Til" fid bmul e o w h& Rot a Wiii e Calf, And tlio johi:k UuitiH ro 1U ii:cg lor yon; The bene l ve mhu tiuit.K tnrtui;L.t or n.ore, ihe n-.xm ill l e ir uh tlitir bror:di. The old spck td turkey Lao eiol-u htr Uoat Away iu tho Lrnktacl' thu vioudd. Husband, d-ar huab tnd, oome Lcluj to me now. The Krden needs e,.a,li for m, The boys should bo m adding the fenee iu the lot. Add ycu fehou'.l bo trimming tho trees. When will jou get through with bill a d - re eolv h, Stop taikiLg of Uo'd' n aud ptrifc, Of railroads L.d yai.kecti wild o her ruoh tLinRf, And i end to our dear liuio fiiu? Husband, dear bnsband, dou't write to me more, ef n.ney you've 11100 on the a.y. Nor uiuneis you eai at t NoUa' and Thtem's Nor how boldly oar colleagues wi.l lie. Yes, hurry tact h md yjar ianie iu ua 1, AH winter ehe's oiept in her chamber alone, ana eay, noaroei nuooana, nava you ( Tluuband, dear bubat 1, ooiae coma to me now (Jomj home while tbo Hrd mx bo cav: And let Dot the tmilea in the ga.lery ihere .Distract or tempi you to stay. The voice cf your Balli id cahinir yoa now, Come home, dearest joy or my Hie. I'm getting quite nervoua aLoat yoa, ociae ho rue, ucme nome to youraear nttio wire. Hallif. Ann. From the Knoxvillo Presa. A SCKSE Ili THE HOtTSIi. After Bret Ilarte. In the House of Representatives, March 1G, 1871 For particulars seo telegraphio diepatchen. f . . ri-AIN J.AKGUACiE lil UEN nt'TIiKH. Which I wiah to remark Aud my lauguago is plain That for ways that are dark - . And for tricks that are vaiu, r Oar Hpeakcr ia peculiar Which tho same 1 wonH tiae to explain. We had a email game, Aud Blaine took a hand Bcoonetruction the same . . fie did not understand ; Bnt he smiled as he talked to- of i'J With a smile that was chile - ike and Jj'.aui'j 'Txna March the fifteenth, ; ' And quite soft were the skie. Which it might bo inferred That Blaine was likewise; Yet ho played it that day upon Clraat And me iu a way I despise. Yes, the game Lo had stalked In a way that 1 griove, And my feelings were shocked. For I could not believe That ouo all to cbild-liko an1 simple Could como in that way to deceive. But the game that ho played Was tight up a tree, Aud tho points that ho mail 3 Were quite frightful to eo ; Till at last he put Ooz up, and Randall, Which tho samo had becu tun 0 1 o'er to inc. speaker Blaine's rei-ly to mttlef. Which my namo, it id Blaine, I don't want to call name, But I must beg io. Bay juet this of Ben Ratler: ' That 1 am convinced he in rather Well up to tho ainiulloet gamer, And about tbat email gan e: I did not understand, Bo I made it my aim, With the smile that cis ''bland," To keeD my smail eyen at their keencet, On Butler, an he dealt tho first hand. Which is why I remark, And my lauguago iu plain, That for wayu that are dark, And for tricks that are vain, Bejamin Butler ii peculiar Which tho same 1 am free to lovntani, cironns by the TiFMorimH. In tbe sccno tbat did ensue We did not take a hand ; And the air it was blue With the execration of tho band, Composed of tho Radical number a. Which wad a game they Ui'i. unlf rotar;'7. Which is why wo re-mark, And our language in plain, That for ways that are dark. And for tricks that are vain, Radicalism is peculiar, Which tho same we are free to proclaim. THE TOET's REFLECTIONS. Jjo 1 flet-p ; do I ihe.ra? Do I wonder and coutt? Are thi..ga what thev w-ta, Or in vision-) about? I f t ur civil. za i m a 'aiJtire V Or is the itl cai or,y -iyl '-tit ' Licltluu flit: V.l, It is not always the practice) of pretty la aies to wear a veil. Not even coquetry will lispen30 with the pltusure of showing ljve y countenance, aud tha mont modest and retiring beauty tike to be admired far tho regularity and elelicaoy of her features. Tnefco rfcflectioi.s pas3.l rapidly through the mind of a wed know magiotrato riding up town recently. Jiy hij tide sat a lady, ho from a titigle glimpse of htr counte nance ho imagined that he knew. At last uo ventured tho remark that tho day wa pleasant. " Ye," murmured the female. Why do you wear a veit ?" inquired the dispenser of justice. Lest I attract attention." ' It is tho province of gentlemen to ad mire," replied the gallant man of late ' Not when they are rnurried." But I'm not." Indeed 1" Ob, no ; I'm a bachelor 1" The lady quietly removed her veil, dis posing to the astonished magistrate the face of his mother-in-law. lie had busi ness elsewhere suddenly. New Orleans Bulletin. France has her " Rods " and America her Blackf," and it's pretty bard to say whie'li is tho bigfifrr nuisance of tho twc. N. Y. (Commercial (Rp.) Worth, tho mau-iuiihuer u&tl mntua mdker, of Pari.-, is repented t have been early rained by tho war. 1 Le almost to tal eloslructiou ol his supeib tuburban vil la, by tho Germans, will prove a loes to him of about 4,000,000 francs.