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AVCil'Sr 20, 1875.
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(;' i.erto is til - Cl)L- tilt i .i!t in lli;ijiy Vii-sou ri .si Mr ti-c other ieivi- i,v ti e V:I l Iol till-; 'e iie!irv has in t f i';ott-'j . .!... ..-. fur vtMrs l J j lh JL' e:i ' , win n.- in' .. ju,t :si.d ii:U 1 euds.r:t things j f:tT than !-.i!V Oi tiv-, h ti.-hirjy Jt ttie I'vj-mi-i ti Ins eiii;et!oijs out of 1: wei i.ily i:, e:i!n-r liline Hi-:-, lh. well 111 tl,. ; I e, or l'l.-i (':-, of 1 'o'k. o'Ji ioel! of O. ration atIiou:.t htv. ' niu- reuHo'"- ewiy S.rcii'ii hit tf'iiv;,. ll.-u- . ,( n,ii!-K r.i'iier ;M-t !V; ills ihi Tlhh ! irt ! I.i V li lot r;e." ,..1- ili-.tin'.risli-d in ihi to i - a j.',Teiit t'ouc p- :t. Chill Cil IieVi-r rfll' ;.f on t(u e;'!iiil. It ,; tjieie would be but .uiij-itlli : 'IiOW Ijl'idt ' . e in i it i :i i; ! Ho v ih I . n.iii , a i.i utt-n lor !; L'li s-l-cs-t ft-i v i- .'ho:e J' i iy. 'I :.U:M:.-; . : ot ;i,av.s 111!! oi' i . the" ' I'e... o li.ilih'.r nl i ru-nd.-hip-.( th" I'r-nch so 1; ;.g that, ite U -inn ikeil i li v. let it is rather lliter- .-lleg to -te l ,e Judge i-t art efi'ii l,:e. f. e l.Uitt. u- ('r.-etii au the piatf.jrm, pus i. galvanize tne ivni- . t : . . ;ik-li-tein. Only one- or I a; a man such a person- j ly. Ttiuiman's p.,wer to I lA'iCi' ill hie i ,,i i .ppoi ; us v it -hows n i: i.lZV e, th lie is a politician, to Til.ien, without mi low in police It i a mark of r-teurmt; 1o di-sei:; ;!i;t-r ; 'lii'u-n I r.'.t r oi a .orrect l!;e higti-irur.g public man to seweftgeo! polities. Where ! . hves the rvuisea ih - i iot rise -1 ttiit stijT me Ite'ght ottiit 1 'residency. '! liiriuan has lever I ! nered im i tv. tn police nivestipat h !! s 1 f B is so i. icii the better qualified for biking I ii-iili v a ad eh Viiteii Vi.-vvv, of hiseuuu tr:. The currer.cv (ptesiion is not tt?e 'r-' i (- it, i-:are-.5 a iilaiue, the "' T!''t Vn;c,'fii. ishT'urrt fllmi-rvvii,rj- lh'' J'n1'-' h,lU ,'ll'i'-j-, vi4i v t.l 1 TiUU-n, and Savior u E. ,' ,, v,-'h' - he uucHf.T CUniilT Giant, nil oi : the b l!ll S1 iuli as tli? Pendleton )Ut l.::t the i'.;'tion;d bniik qiie.-tion will be ( n- the issue, as truly as Andfew .'..4: -on imde its predeoes'-. r so. I he t -iMletiey of the tnue,s is to break up ii. 'Mietnei;, middle banks :nc;udeii, l.tif the amount ot curia ney f .r i lie !! vertmient to put. out is no l.-ue fit I into a poht.ca! vh:t'' r.a. How urii lor people r .e.ueh moii' V tii to be V.'.ltlllg o:l k V all t, heii i LleV :..'t know. .ic!i is R.t th Jtulee JeleHliah T. United Stales Hotel I 111 ii lus wfe, one of thos- women vho I harrowing H-yie. More than seven nves on her farm, near car- borough j basket t-full were afterwards taken ;.i V..rk. while the Judgf' attends to j ,,r j;or,, rj HWept overboard and the poiM.. in v rr. V. . t- L- W !.-,..T-f(r! I.i..' . : .1 l .i . I'o" " i-- , -o i iri-hi:i-'-, ets. iia.?K a vi.-i lie :i-1 itiii-n, .... far as ins iriiT.k and t'acnl -. of a iaite P.-nnsy!v;triian. L'ke iivi rypr. at iawyttrs, sueii i-s O'Conor, I'orter i'.ed ( h.oatc, t.-. t.f thought, il e has pectilmri- Jgot i, iiiM rvat isid. lit w-j.srs ;iu iron- i. y n -ig; is nose is huge, with big ii -i.-tri.-l--; h" has eves w!:ere liUiuor and s min : h-'s buck isstaight . ! lie i t 1 :( IS ot hilf e f.ljd tri iti- ainr . 1 a-ked the .indi e wha in- per-t was for tiie. i)eui'-cracy to (vrrv th;- 1 'riiiisj! vania t h ! ;oi. I li - -i-i t; mt as t,Se itoiuinutio-i .Off j !-.( iu. .i T . ie' adjusting nself, there j w: - a r, .,.! ,.ro.?p. et for the Dem-a-ru- i cy. ih; iiiduif.teu that Bigler seemed J th.- hivririte for the Governorship. v. a n 1 siiegesfe'i that Jill Sitter mignt " put i .ii the ticket for Stat? Trea-".if-tr, hesnul he saw noohj. et.oii to that. When I referred to ih-- hio election, i"' siid, nit r iv: "i am sorry Ohi veil.- so p.ng hediue ve ' k If, by asy accident, things our n.efe went t'tiil f"r Alien, we should h.ive tiie d's- ! the R-ivautiire ! voting alter a diast.-r. i Ci. McCook, of Stubenviile, who run j wntii-t Noyes t the Di m .eratio can- ! - late lor Governor of Ohio four years :is , has been in Saratoga for a fort i' :;!;lit. He speaks highly of both h t'cs mid Alien, and says Hayes has i .'"uiuajt pod sense, and if elected, li probably have a good chance at ti t- I'n salei.ey, becaust.' Ohio is n.cts--ay to a Ilepiibiiean n .tional success. t'.e!a-; a'etjooh s.i'd that our- month ';'" the .f." pi ct.- oi the campaign were r:"'.cr ominuus for Allen's election, ' 'if da.! a great revolution had hap pi ud -within a fortnight, a d In- con- i-tiy ce uuted oi: a Democratic vic teiy. lie, gave an entertaining ac o ''fit of Allen's tall figure, tine hair, etive qparel, and way of "throw 1; s ha:: -ell" into the style of Jack s h: ii Ciay. McCook fee. id Alien's :;rsl tt-rni had been a tino success, but '' h us Ohio had been more -couom-'t:iy adiamistertd thau JS'ew York. 4'-could make no such score of de lV"';i'n ot ."state expenses as Tilden. " .;!.. .r i'ilden looms up umeh bef f ut. u .ii-t:iiice tlnit in the foreground. - 'to not find any enthusiasm for him un.oi.p New YoVk Democrats, Jdm ..lortis-iy only expected. A Demo mt me aber elect said to me vester- tla.t L enu-oi.-, 'l'-'!,l,, .....T'.t is t i r: S TUe tilV Want talk. fnd very ordinary not to 1 1 i-n motives, he eauid not see aid ever make him President. Tl -"tac ueh miracle as made him ' o ri er. This nentleniau told me Wll.lt 1 u!d think t be rath.er a se riei;k sfe- ry altectmj: a candidate for til, l',.i. ""IM: ill'; ill Vr.r -i.-ney; viz: 'II. at on c recent l inl', was ;;issed ail'ectiug fees nil's office; Gov lner'Liideu le the hist moment, when the 11.- ,i,ij ll .il', the sheriff h ofiioe rew ml the fa!.- of lie hilt and ' ill : I l.'pli'V t... i!ieice;e i (bivetli' r i !:. eu Ve. The ispo.M d to maKe terms i!iil as to the amount 07W th 01 iM-nrte the sheniV's oice Woa.(i ,.ye Ji!m fr r,.ll0mle;lti(lU, lc- iiu- person who told me this is a r,i,,H:t business man. but he mnv nuv, keif from h.eiiisav oolv. Tiie imwits Ot' '.K V.,t- ,.it,l ,.v,. .a ware, for the presid-ncv, and il . no ecoice is Jiiiiiiiian or 'inks the forrtier i-r fei i.d Yet. e. """ eunuot we'd aff l(l !.'(t to si.oaiort in,; ll it other Sa..ti,o K k him rip. ...... . niii u ij. n . j Ui; has very dexterously man- r.'i i , :,.t hims.-jf iu t:e, van of the iJ;"-:1.11 by supporting Al- . ..ii, a virtual repudiation of Al- iilll'lei: t lorru, so that the victory, if won, will appear to be Thnr reititoreement. not Alh-n'.s it !i,ev Hihu'h ' 1 elii ii. i'his must lisiv.. . iicn ii.. . . - - . .. .'.in .lu ll III I ITU t.,r ?.I .. - I V, , , . " i'i I . if i 1 i 1 hi ' lllisiti .... l ey, of ... . ""o me, oeion inrniau ' it. lux til T ' an"' H!.li'1 he, -th"old mking a hard-monev text will net. tie the ecrupies of the Democratic con tract ion ists.,' ; There are some Demo crats wlio openly say that Tkurman's repudiation of the platform is far from fhivalrio and pretty much of a trick. I heard lioger A. Pryor a?khow Judge Thurmaa ooiiid justify himself 9 a party man in TrrnVii..-. Atr, 1 ,. riiicn!oH t his associates. There ii:is bem no time in our history durinpr ji period of KfU' v-hote tho right of hiiceoffiun to the Presidential nomi !i!e was more uncertainly contested thau now. Tlic i:x'iirniun Ves.tcrtSj Tho excur.sion fciveo yesterday on the steamship lial yh, by the Wilming ton Light Infant rj', was simply a huge affair. The b .tit had been advertised to leave ut 8 o'clock, y t nearly an h'Mir b fore lliat time the crowd began to gather on the decks until at last, whi-uKhe h f t her d jck, fibe was liter ally crowded from stem to stern, we had almost added from keel to tiuck. Fortunate were those who arrived on tho pceue tarly erough to secure seats, Xs evn standing room was after aids in demand. About 7::J0 o'clock the Wilmington Light Infantry uifiiched to the boat in i'uU uniform and then broke ranks for the purpose of escorting their fair la-die-; to the scene. This done, at a 'lit tle after S o'clock the beautiful boat h. ung loose iruci her moorn.gs a:; Mam.-d guihititly down the river with hyr g ty company, estimated at not lena than live hundred and fifty souls, from the gray haired giaud-uim e to the hv" unrliiig whose as?c was numbered "y weeks iust ?ad of y ar?. In all our experience w- have never known so Lug; an excurwou ..uty to Ie;:ve this city on one. boat, mul w h..pe. iluit we ill never again b. - present to witnew its eipiul in this respect. It was a rush and a pit-h ami 7.i' and a j an so u.-tiines spelt wr.i: a (1) Miid for a short tioiu the, ut. u,c st et ml'ort pieviulesl, 1 ut grad- iy the vaiiousgrouns began to "s 't- tie to tii; urroundings," and thmcet forth, as far as the old Cape Fear knew to the contrary, all went its merily as S' -ral Iii.u i liige Ih lis. Ou thf lower dek, prepared for dai cii-g, the you: g folks as well as liainy t.f their v.'orfl.y grav.! und rt ver. iid Si;i;i r-i) wern .oon tripi'ir ir the I iif.tir l':ii.tiist.ie wh:eh was kept up withonl intern, is,fcion until the arrival oi the b at at irJthville at tLis point tiios, who had partaken of a hearty !.'i.,i--. -.-41........ I. 4..-.... l. -.i..... i , i.iv i u I I e t i i : t il I ; i-fii . .s : i rut r- i ' lt'f ' 'i eejL-omy,to deuarfe and con- frequently the' I.-tl, ijh sped out to sea v;,, ,,iside.-..i v d : ,. wn j i wuii a e liHun'r o y ti' 'ill e.tsu 1 Tuijst uger li-t. The l.ar w.is I.issr-d in safety ;.nd for lb teen miles to the southwest tho steamer sped 1 er course meeting the it:coraiug waves right gallantly and bravely brefistieg the whit e-eanp -d eours-rs of t he i-e i.some a were old ms:h to bathe ; - with their liquid saltness; in i other words, the boat beau horribly. At iir.st it was all r.i-.d o!d married folks, as :o p;tch line fun well as '. i.M ing of :' - and Lissies, enjoyed the, "rid !;e wuves" vastly, but soon the .nsinthe trough of the sea au-l roPdug fearfu'iy and then oh ! mir-,-i'r- tj: lnt aimo-t everybody knew what f venbodv else bad for breakfast. I eye of ye gallant quailed and j rnby :lj.s oi ye fair maid paled and n s:tt let us draw tiie vail over ihe p e e i : f;o -.mis igmeneti ami si. e rose the 1'i-iU'iioJi i.i an inch, out of the wa- ter ,r, eoiiM qeni. ihere were mnuy the pay week iu the Journal office. 1 laediiii.ie i e te s tuul iaa' vwt.o laueued . Ir -i. . . tie Vi id, io.il muuy who had apparently j ""'''"ho work however on Sat f'orp. .ttej; ee!i how i still!-'. urday and Siturday night and sold i':,e bout was lt tsiiii d two hours nt his claim for pay therefor to Mr'. Ool the Smithvill.; wharf, tryiujr to dredge l,ert for 2, and thereu;u ou Sunday up, v.ita h. f pr-.-peiior, some of tiie . T.. f, ,, . - , , saadft that poiitt (per cmsequence Ct'a' Ml' Lu:'H'rt lauded pay of t.a. iiliie water i:. tiie right place), I 'Gent, which I refused, for the reason but arrived here safely at du k . Jt was ! that Mr. Speneo etill o wed for his trans it spU-ndid success, and iKt the slight- j portuflor.. I afterwards told him est accident occurred. I . . T , , , , Tak n ai ..--iher. it was the best : however that I would see you and get m sraged affa.r of the kind we ever him the tv'" dollars he was out of knew. To the Committee of Arrange- pocket. mi nts and to I hat joiiy old sea u g of j IJ.. c.irau to me agaiu on Monday me i'eavy avoiruupors, i.npL. ttive.r, the el ( r comuiuiider of the ICcJ hih wtio, by the way, thought it was a j hei'.p i',i:,-iier to sec people pay old j NVpfnue what tiny owed him Jian it i was io ui uul (.v'6 iiiji'ii) lit Smith-cj.ciii-MiJiiiMf, one arid all, Vi lie, give ( biam. de : iian:c.- tor a.: ot the pleasure ami for none -f the discomforts of ea-.nrable yesterday. Fsih ti i.nia.ia- X"i'a!il i mr O i Wednesday ever.ii g at tho res ide uc-.- of Mr. D, Khiinweiior, Miss. Jutia, (Jreeuwald, daughter of Mr. Nuth in Greeuwiial was married to Mr. iKery Brunhild, by the beauti ful mi l impressive ceremonies of the Jewi:ii Church. The pailers of Mr. KaLnweikr wer t;u.tiifu!y Jecerated with evergreen-, and a marriage bell of flow era wer suspended from the center. The officiate clergyman Jlev. Dr, Kaufman, of Portsmouth Ohio, open ed tiie impressive ceremonies of the Jewish rite by prayer, no then ueliv. end a forcible exhortation upon the duties ami responsibilities of the sacred tie. Tiie drinking of the wine and piae ii g tin: ring upon the linger ot the bride by the groom, ceremonies indis pensable in the Jewish religion were next gone through with. Tho whole closed with the ancient priestly, benediction. The attendants upon tho occasion were Miss Addle Green wald and Mr. Lieopoid Brunhild; Miss Psnnie Eichel steia of Portsmouth, Ohio, and Mr. Jacob Green waid; Miss Bettie Joseph of Philadelphia, and Mr. I. I. Macks. When the ceremonies had concluded, the guests, numbering quite one huu" dred, tortoed a prscessioii, and moved to the residence of tiie brides father, adjoining that of Mr. Kahnweiier, where a beautiful collation was spread. I. ;oito. i.j Ian generoua eneer, hid health and happiness of tho bridal pnrty v. ere drank in many toast ;,aud a'l indeed went as merry as a marriage bed. Dancing followed which -t was kept upto the "wee fma' hours." Tele grams of congratu.atiou were received from New York, Philadelphia, Cincin nati, Portsmouth, Ohio, Goldsboro. and other places. The toilet of tho bride, white si d-: with ornaments of orange blossoms, and those of the entire wedding parry, as n' as the numerous wedding pres ents, were magnificent. Tiie happy couple left yesterday morning for the North and West upon rm extended brid Hour. We m ish tiiem a pleasant trip and safe return home. Turtime his name is A. Badeau. A stands for Atlam, B. stands for Bel e'mni, whoso minisisfor he is to be. Lh S. stands for United States, whose money pays him, and for Mr. Grant, whose biography lie wrote, and for writing which he gets this appointment. WiLirrNOTON, N. C, Aug. 191875. r Messrs Engelhard & Saunders Gentlemen. My attention bavin been called t3 a handbill circulated on the streets 'this morning bv : Messrs Warrock, Willis & Pittman, committee o f tl io -Typographical Union of this place containing an affidavit signed by, iuessrs O. F. Bailey. R. L. Bean aod W. II. Colbert, I deem it proper to make a statement to you of what I snow about the matter. The affidavit reads as follows ; Wilmington, Aug. 18th. 1875 We the undersigned, (uon-TJnion) printers, lately in tho employ of En gelhard & Saunders, of the Daily Journal, feel that a statement as to tne cause of our ceasiug work on that paper is due the Union printers of the city, we therefore lay: the following wiore rue puDJic aa the facts of the case : First, wo quit work on our own ac cord, without any intimidation, or pro-nise from, and without the know ledge of any Union printer, until we had done so. Second, the cause that induced us to cease work was the refusal on the part of the proper person (Foreman) connected with the office to pay one of us for labor done. Third, we were brought to this city without understanding the cause of the trouble between the Jouknal and its lormer printers, anrl wc leave of our own free will. (). t Bailky, W. II. COLBEltT, 11. Li. Bean, Personally appeared before me O i. Bailey, W. H. Col!;ert and K. L. -B.-an, wm, being duly Pworu, sayeth each lor himself, that the above state ment is true and correct. T. M. Gardner. J. P. vilmin-gton, Aug. 18th, 1875. I hnve received two offers to leave your employment. The first came through the Postoffice and promised me hfty dollars and transportation, J-iio moijey it was stated would be leit at a certain place on the wiarf designated in the letter. The second oiler was fouud upon one of the desks in the Journal office, and read as fol lows : oJr. Patk : If yon will leave the Journal tv-u'ght we will puy you ,-KX) and. trausroi tatiou anywhere you want to go. - Aug. 14. Them cm be no doubt about my .having received the offer as stated in tho Journal of yesterday upon information from me. In addi tion to this Mr. Bailey told mo on 11 'N i iv i riiui cr iur t n. . n ..... I .......... " 1 , .. . . J '',' . wauom wishing to be understood as being ent by any one he would say to me that if would i-Mum -;n i,; i Messrs 7J. au and Colbert, I could get twenty dollars and transportation back to Atlanta, and proposed to go and see Mr. Kennedy at once about the mat ter. So far as Messrs Bean and Colbert are concerned, they distinctly stated to me that they were to receive twenty dollars and transportation back to At- lanta. They also stated to me that they had taken a solemn oath to leave your employment and return home. I have further to say that Messrs Bailey, Bean and Colbert, were each and every one of them particularly in formed by mo before leaving Attant.i, that the Journal was engaged in a tight with the Typographical Union of this place, and that they- came here to work m opposition to the Union. In regard to my alleged refusal to pay one of the printers for labor done i make thL statement. Mr. Spenca who left here on Sunday was paid up to Friday night previous the end of threatening t.) l.aive if not paid, and I -ii!-- r it. t i ";m 1 wouki r.cn you ana it pos- sible get you to pay liim -the full ,imt)unt, tint the matter was too small fuss about. Later in the day he came to me again, and I told him I would guarantee him the whole amoiKit due Mr. Spence (about SI) if he would remain at his work. There was no labor done by either ouo of the men who made tho affidavit that was not paid for. Since I came here all the men under ma have been paid regularly and promptly. In addition to this, I have to state that on yesterday, anel without your i nowlodge, I discharged and sent away from the office young Frank Muse for making a proposition to a another printer who had that day en tered your employment to leave it. The proposition was to pay him twen ty dollars and transportation back home. I have also to call your atten tion to the fact that young Charlie Willis, a son of Mr. Hardy B. Willis, who had been snspeoted of being a go between between the. Union printers and your mplojees left your employ meat at the same time with Messrs Bailey, Beau and Colbert. It is true, as I say iu my letter, to Mr. Willis, a portion only of which is published by the committee of tho Un ion, that I cannot say positively, nor ditl, the Journal state that I re ceived any offer directly from a Union printer, but taking allthe facts togeth er. I have no doubt tho offers elid come from members of tho Union And in this connection, I have to state furth er that Mr. Hardy B. Willis told .ue the object of the Union was to prevent the reduction of printers wages, as they knew that unless the Journal, was broken down or forced to quit, the Star would lower its prices and then the Union would be obliged to disband or yieid to the reduction I have further to say that the price paid for composition iu Atlanta is 30 cents per thousand cms five cts per 1000 emi less than the Journal is now paying. I here further state that each one of the men who came with me from At lunta is now indebted to the Journal for transportation from that city to Wilmington. In addition to the above, I append hereto a certificate from Mrs. Elizabeth Warren, the lady with whom Messrs Bail ay, Bean and Colbert boarded.- Mrs. Warren says : WirstisoTox, N. C., Aug. 19th, lS7o On the night of the 18th, Messrs O F. Bailey, W. H. Colbert and It. L. Bean, in company with Thomas M, Johnson, and three others came to my house and demanded in a very insult- ing manner their clothes, and when informed by me that they could get them by paying their board, they in formed me that they had no money, and if I refused to give them up they would bring an offi-jor'arid take them. I refused, and only surrendered the clothes on the following order ; Elizabeth Warren. The followingis a copy of the order W7ilmington, Aug. 18th Mr. S. G. Hall SirYon will please to pay to Mrs. Warren $6 10 and oblige lours Truly. TfioMAs M. Joiinson. In conclusion I beg leave to call your attention to the fact that the handbill of the Union was not put in circulation until after Messrs Bailey, Beau and Colbert had left the city, thus saving them harmless from any consequences that might follow from their affidavit. Deeming this statement due to my self as well as to you, I am Very Truly, M. J. Pate, Foreman of the Journal office. Messrs. Engelhard and Saunders: Having read the "dodger," of this A M. signed. 77. S. Warrock, IT. B. Willis and J. C Pittman committee, I deem it duty to my employees to make a statement myself. It would seem from this note that the Union was trying to convey the impression to the public that they hf.d never tried to induce your printers to leave you. Now this 13 entirely too thin. The first three printers ths.t were employed by the Jouknal after the strike, came by the C. C. Bail lload. I went up to the depot to meet them. At the de pot there were ten or twelve Union printers waiting to receive the men. When the train arrived they found them before I did. I told them that I would escort them to the Journal office. Some of the Union uriuterj replied that they your printers, were all right and could find tho way. They induced them to take a stree I could not follow, being on horseback. I rode on down anl informed Maj. Fngelhard. We met them at the cor ner of trout and Princess streets and brought them over to the office. When they got hero they were not in clined to go to work, so clleotnally had they been worked on between the depot and this office. Maj Engelhard after a long talk with them, in which lie worked ou tkwir pride, finally in duced them to go to work. They worked uutil 5 o'clock a. m. , when I escorted tnem dowu to the liock Spring Hotel. At eleven o'clock I staited down to the Hotdl to bring them back, bui was informed that the Union printers had them at the Mo zart sa oon. I went there and found limost theeutiro Tv pogi uphieal Union with your three printers. holding- what they called a meeting. I asked o fee them, and they refused to admit ma, i waited until they broke. As they came dowu stairs oua of the Union Printers remarked "oh; we've got them" or words to that effect. I' approached your printers and asked them if they intend -d to come to work. Their reply was that they could not do t, that it would be working against their fellow craftsmen. All of which I suppose the Union printers, had in- uced them to believe. I afterwards heard, but as I did not see it cannot vooch for the facts, that they, the Union Printers, had taken them into the Union, had mada them swear never to work for tho Journal agaiu ; had paid their expenses while here, and had furnished transportation to them back to their homes. I believe hey have used every effort iu iheir power to induce your printers to leave y. u, and have iloao everything that could induce or tend to force the firm to submit to their terms, a:ul now af ter, as i hey think, having covered up their tracks under tue advice of Bus sed, t U.iufc .ell yo.ir my it bitter ene mies, they boldly attempt to deny hav ing ever tried or offered any induce ments to your printers to leave you. liespectfuliy, S. C. Gou.shall. Wilmington N. C. Aug 10, 1S75 Afcsxr.i Eikj Utard and satindrt. G icn tleii i-N . My attention has been called to a card published over the siganhiros of Messrs W. S. Warrock, II. B. Willis, and Jos. C. Pittman, committee of the Typographical Union, containing an affidavit cf Messrs O. P. Bailey, W. II. Colbert and 11. L. Baan stating that the typo praphical Union bad not offered them money to leave your employ. I take pleasure in stating that 1 heard W. II. Colbert and K. Iu. Beau say that the Union had paid them twenty dollars and a ticket to their homes to leave tour employ. They further stated th ;t they had taken sin oath to leave the city immediately. Bean in conversation with zae at the same time and place stated also that from the effects of whiskey purchased and paid for by the Union that ho had "made a dog of himself on last Sunday and had been robbed of his money, and that he felt that no respectabl man ou-ht to notice him and his de gradation was one reason why he had allowed the Union to purchase him As far aa my recollection-serves me, I think the above were the exact words housed. Respectfully. R. W. Andrews. RUM ARKS. Even if wo had inclination for leugthy comment on the above the imitiid space at our command this morning would forbid. Some few words however are necessary to a cot ect understanding in the matter. Mr. S. G. Hall, named in the above, is tire President of the Typographical Union Mr. Thos M. Johnson is a Union prin ter a id inMr. Hall's employment. - Mr. Kennedy is also a Union Printer and Foreman of the Post. Young Muse, ed" his own accord, sought a situation in our office last week and we gave it to him very cheerfully. We have authority that will be given when necessary for the statement that ?Ir. Robert Kennedy, a member ol the Union, did solicit money from mem bers of the Radical party to be used against the Journal in the present conflict. We have authority too, au thority that will be given when nec essary that nioney was contributed bv Radicals to be used against the .Journal when the first printers were seduced from our employment. How far the facts herein set forth consist with the statements in the handbill of tho committee of the Typographical Union an intelligent public can and 1 will decide for itself. LE GRAPH. 2 s PES :J. VAIN IA. WniMKit, I a IJ .n. Samuel Henry White, in passing srom one oar to an other, fell en thetr.iek and was instiint ly killed. Indiana. Indianapolis, August 19. Mr. Wil liam Brader, a prominent merchant and real estate agent, has made au assign ment. MASSACHUSETTS. Boston, August 19. Geo. W. Pern bertou, awaiting execution in Suffolk county jaii, stabbed himself in four places with the handle of a spoon, which he had sharpened. He is in a critical condition. TEN1N tiSSEE. ANDREW JOHNSON'S SUCCES SOR. Chattanooga, August 19. Hon. D, M. Key, of this city, was appointed to tho Senate, vice Mr. Johnson. ILLINOIS. McLeansisoro, III. -Mrs. Chas. M. Oglesby was fouud with her throat cut from ear tj ear, a rt.z -r lying on the iloor. Husband aged twenty-tin ec, who is arrested. Chicago. Representatives of the Keening Journal have leturued with Unmwood a body, wniou is iiuiy iueu tilied. IIEADQUAIITEUS. WAsniNOTON. Aueairttl!). The Treas ury Department has ordered a revenue cutter, Dix, at New Orleans, to tiie assistance of the Rio JJra- va. Among the bids for printing meek stamps are several offers to do work for nothing. The riuestiou 1 . whetner the government can accept such cratuitv : to be referred to tiie department of j ustice. Suit, is brought against Captain Mad dex of the marine corps, and bonds men contractors for Baruuru, to recover mouey illegally paid stdd contractors. A colored woman sues the Pullman 1 ahice Car Company for ten thousand dollars, for resusmg to al'ow her to ride en the Pullman car from Cinc ti nati to Washington. JEFFEttSON DAVIS. HE DECLINES TO SPEAK AT THE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR. Memphis, August 19. 1875. Henry P. Kimball, Sv erclary of the Winnebago County Agricultural Society of Rockford, TIL Dear Sir: I yesterday seut to you a telegram announcing my revocation of my conditional acceptance of the invitation to address your Association at their annual meeting iu September next. The long pe-nod which has elapsed since the receipt of your first letter, and the consiuerate onurtesy wiiich has marked your correspond ence, make it my duty to your Board and to myself that sufficient explana tion should be given of this change of purpose. Three objects mainly luauced mo to accept the luviraraon. rirsr: auenope lLat personal intercourse might remove some of the prejudices which had been generated bv part', in feeling, and nur Hired ny lniiiviauni ana sectional juue. Anxious, as in former vears, to pro mote the interest of our great Valley of the Mississippi, and believing that with mutual confidence and co-inteiii- gence mucu could oe uoue lor tueir advancement, I "only delayed my accep tance of your invitation until it be came reasonably probable thut it could be met. The productive capacty oi the Northwest needs for its develop ment, cheaper and safer transportation to the markets of the Southwest, and also to those of foreign countries. In England, especially, earnest attention has been directed tor several jears past to more direct and economical trade with the Mississippi Valley. Iu this connection, there was a desire to con I er witu me x airons ui uusiuttiiui iu your r;ch aad prosperous section, to discuss with them the questions involv ed in securing better means ef trans portation for your farm products to most favorable markets, and provid i i . i i i j . . . . . . mg agencies wnicn suuiuuaisuie iaier returns to farmers, and by such con ferencc to learn the views of one mem ber of the family of the Mississippi val ley, a family, the chief interest of ail members of which is agriculture; but they are cultivators of such various crops as to make trade amoug thorn- elves exteusive aim lucrative, wnue it stamps upon each and all tho same in terests, and the same policy as to their foreign trade. To render such conter- .w. i , i .. i. 3 . I . ence eneciuai, mere must iimm oe ;i disposition to attend to the subject uo- der consideration, surely not a pnrpos ? to smother it by the interposition of matters having no pist relation to it. Second. Au effort was made to re cognise the courtesy of your board, and I was encouraged to believe that vour reception of mo would be benefi cial, rather than injurious to your asso ciation. This was the more surposal le because several other agricultural soci eties of Illinois had in like manner in vited me to addiess their annual meetings. Yesterday I received a priuted paper, it being a protest of a number of your fellow countrymen against tue action of your B ard i:i their invitation .to me t make the annual address at the county meeting. Thereupon, I sent you a tele-gram withdrawing my accept ance of the invitation, under the con viction th it it would not be useful or agreeable to participate in the meeting, and I hope that neither your Associa tion nor the Directors will suffer harm by tho delay in procuring an orator, or by the correspondence which has causeel it. Third. The object was to gratify a wish long entertained, to see, in its cultivated dress, the country known to me as a trackless wilderness But that being merely a personal gratifica tion, it may be indulged at my convenience, or postponed indefi nitely. I can well believe that the cause which has changeel my purpose was as uni'orseen by you as by me, and you may be assured that I feel no elis satisfaction towards the Directors or yourself, and have suffered no person al embarrassment from the event, as the invitation was unexpected and only accepted as an expression of general good will, so my on!y regret is the loss of the opportunity to promote the pub lic interest in wlici) t'e welfare of your community is identified. Again ex pressing the hope that nether the Di rectors nor youself may suffer injury or annoyance, and thanking you for the kindues-"; and consideration you have manifested. I am respectfully yours, Jefferson Davis. In Kentucky, McCreery, Demosrat, niiijcrity for Governor is 30,139. In th s House the Democrats have 90, t!i Republicans 10. The yellow fever is abating at Fort Barrancas near Peasacola Florida. The sovereign council of the sous of Jouadab in North America commenced its annua! session yesterday in Prov iJence Rhode Islfind. Hon John B. Wellr Ex. Govc nor oi California died in New Orleans yes terday morning age evuty years. For t he South Atlantic States to-day, clear or far weathar and stationary or falling temperature, with light winds from the North and West, slowly ris ing barometer and possibly light rais areas near the coast. WOOTEN, RICHARDSON & CO. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION Merchants. Jty j. cfiijit and I'a'thful attention to bnsines hoi '-. merit the coftidence nf the public. Ci.nsi.;'i mn,t8 re-pei'tmiiy wlicitc. Ni Rill WAT UK ST., Wi m'.ng'on, N. C. REVIEW OF THE WILMINCTQISI MRKTS. FOB the WEEK ENDINOTUVRSDAV, Angnw 19, 15. COMMERCIAL EPITOME. The prevailing dullness of general trade is not unusual at this season, and the mercantile classes are now busily en gaged in putting their houses in order for the Fall season. While there is no reason to look for any unwonted activ ity in thedemand for general merchan dise, and while prices are likely to continue low ami profits small, signs of encouragement are not lacking. The crops of the country were never better and a full yield of all the pro ducts of the soil is guaranteed. As regards our immediate market there is very little change to note from our previous review. Naval btores ami cotton are ejuiet iu store and steatty in prices. The shipments for the week as com pared with last week, were as follows : Cotton, 129 bales ; spirits turpentine, L'.tiuG casks ; rosin, 8,o7t bbls ; crude turpentine, 301 bbls ; tar, 4A7 bbls against cotton, 18 bales ; spirits tur pentine, o,5o3 casks ; rosin, 4,196 bbls; ct ude turpentine. UO bbls : tar. 2bii bbls, for last Week. Ocean freights continue quiet. There was no increase of tonnage during the week. Rates of charter and freight unchanged. the chief features of market, and the changes of prices of most of the leading products and manufactures for the week, were as follows : CRUDE TURPENTINE. There has been a slight improvement in the article during the week. An advance of o cents has been established on yel low dip. ihere wire no either changes iu the market, aud at the close to-day there is a good elemand at $1,25 for hard; 8"2,05 lor yellow dip, and 3,00 for virgin. Tiie receipts for the week were 2,109 bbls; exports 301 bbls; stock iu yard aud alloat 730 bbls. The sales for the week wero as follows: Yellow Hard Dip. Virgin. 1 25 2 00 3 00 1 25 2 00 3 00 1 25 2 05 3 00 41 t ts 4 i t Bb's. Friday 211 Saturday. .350 Monday 1 00 'x lesuay. . . 1 ti5 NY eilnes'y . . 1 70 ThiintJav . .2 50 COT TON. There has been seutial change in our cotton no es niarkei duriug tin.- week. louisiuormg tue tl. hiiiail .-.tutc-j, there Lai. been a f air amount of business, iu ihe way of hah.s of tmail Pts to exporters. Jjojoud this tinae waa not much doing and at the ciosu tiie market i quiet, and oiticial quotations art; nominal. Tue rtcraptd for the week were S3 bales; exports 120 bales, stock 4-18 bales. The general catton movement for the. week was as follows: - It appears that the total receipts for the seven days have reached 1,511 bales, against 2,03 bales last week, and 2,513 bale.- three weeks since, making the total receipts uince the tirt of .September, 1871, 3,177,278 bale.-, against 3,802,013 bales for the .same period of 1873-61, showing a cfc crcax' since September 1, 1871, of 321, 7-10 baies. The exports) for the week ending reach a total of 1,790 bales, of which 2,330 were to Great Britain, 1.595 to i" ranee, and 871 to tho rest of tho Con tinent, while tho stocks, as made up, are now 105,850 bales. TAU. A very quiet and steady market has prevailed during the past week. Prices were very uniform and regular, aud at $2 00. The daily receipts were aold without trouble to receivers. At the close to-day there is no chinge in tne tono of the market, and receipts will readily commaud the current fig ures. The receipts for the week were 475 brls. The exports were 447 bris, and the stock in yard and alloat, is 304 brls. GilAIN. Thera" is nothing new whatever to note in regard to this market. Thare were no arrivals and consequently no salca. Tho quota-, tions remain unchanged. Tho receipts for the week were 8,000 bushels per Steamship's and 2,000 bushels by Rail road. The following are the quotations from store to-day : Yellow and mixed coru, $1 02(il 05 cents, aad white mealing $ lu5tl 07i bushels ; high est liguios including sacks. OATS. The market is quiet and unchanged iu price. Quotations from store are 80 to 82? cents per bushel, including sack. i'EAS. The stock is small and the demand at present good ; cow and clay sells at $1 15(1 20 per bush el ; i 50(&$lu0 for white. iilCE. The demand is fair with an adequate supply. Clean Carolina i s held at 9 cents by the cask. Rough is in small supply, and sells at $1 10 to .si 20, according to quality. CORN MtiALi. The demand is light and the stock is equal to the enquiry prevail ing. Sells from store at 1101 12J per bushel, including sacks. SPIRITS TURPENTINE We dud only about a repetition of former reports on this market, and little if any new to advise. Holders of stock have exhibited a strong degree of firmness during tho week, and 28J cts. (firmer quotations) has been well sustained. The sales amounting in the aggregate of 2,000 casks have been made at 28 28J cents, and to-day tho market closes steady at the latter quotation. Tho receipts for the week wero 3201 casks. Tho exports were 200 casks, and the stock in yard and afloat is 70zl casks. ROSIN There is more or less nego tiation on all grades, but at regular rates ; and, like most other articles of merchandize, movements are based largely upon the actual wants of ex porters. Strained rosin has ruled quiet at SI 35 during the entire week, and at the close to day the market is with out change, Fiue grades show no al teration of figures. The receipts for the week were 10, 705 bbls. Exports, 8,376 bbls ; Btock in yard and alloat, 42,453 bbls. The following are the official quota tions : Siaudard Good btramed. . Nc. 2 Evtra No 2 Luw No. 1 No. 1. ..... . Extra No. 1 . Low Pale Pale Window Glass. Water White... n 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 40 45 50 00 75 25 50 25 2 & 3 2 3 (3 4 25 00 50 75 50 50 00 5 23 5 75 m, s G THE UNIVERSITY Of N. G. '1 his institution will bo re-opened on The First Monday iu September Next, The term ending the 2d Thursday in June, l!S7 i. wit:i a vacation of two weeks ac Christinas. It has been re-orgauizedon i h 1 fc.lect o System, cuinliinii'g. however, three curricula of Arts, Science and Agriculture. Instruction will bo given in the branches of learning nsjaily taught in tiie bo;-t Colleges. Special instruction ; rovidedm Agriculture and the .Mechanic Arts. Ait able faculty has been appointed. The buildings thoroughly repaired lor the reception ot several bundled students. orcircular exidanatorv of the above, apply to Ml' . IIA I TLi;, Secretary Board of Trustees, July 22 lm ttaleig.b, N. C MISCELLANEOUS LAGER ! LAGER ! EVERYBODY says we beat the city on Bottled Lager Bier ! Conceded by all to be -A. FACT. LIGHT. DELICATE AND PLEASANT FOR LADIES AND INVALIDS ! It Cauuot be Equaled I Don't use any other kind but "OURS." We only ask a small advance on New York price, and we offer it at $1.75 Per Dozen! A small lot of old 'Amontilade Sherry," Imported in glass, with Roman and "Duff Gordon" Brands. Our two popular brands of Whisky, I5L,UE GRASS & GEM, At $3 and $6 per gallon, auoad of all other brand in the state. Jf you have not already, don't fail tosend Tor sample of the celebrated Process Empire Elour ! AMD BEST BUTTEKIXTHB WORLD! So me "thing New. A S?plend3d Opportunity for Eeconomy ! Imported Pickles, The ordinary firty cents jar, that we are miw rushing out at thirty cent, end tj GEORGE MYERS 11 & 13 SOUTH FRONT ST., an : 8 DlPORrANT TO LAWYERS and MERCHANTS. tJCSI PUBLISHED TKOWS' DIRECTORY and LAWYERS' RECORD of the UNITED STATES. By M. C11ARI.KS UI..TI A'X, Uuunselior-at-Law, Presitlentof the United States I aw Association . o This work will be Kent to any part of the United siatoa, ly mail, on receipt or SC. Send for circular. 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Eolianne c-irnnr, in tue cit of Wilmington, on Friday, ttie 27: li diy of August, ls7f, at 1 o'clock m., the f.U.w:u .1 scribed Keai Kstate, situated in s-tid vity, xubiect io a tir.t mortgage of 5,31.), and ail iiitorest that may be due tur.it, viz: Beginning iu th.j Kat im lin i of Second street, 7:t t'aet sjathwardl fr.u its intersec tion wii.li tUa s utlurn lin 9 of M irket street, au.t running thance S)ntawar!l wiUi said line of Second street 5T fejt, thence Kastward ly parallel witti larkt street 70 feet, thence Northwardly pra!ll witn Second street 57 f:et, and t'lenee We-itardly paralial with M arket srri't t the o Jijiuiiin, toa;tlier with the tfree t ires an t building thereon. Terms' acf.iimn vlatin male knowi at stle: aug ti ivMay I J of a Insurance mmt OF- Atkinson & Manning:. STO, 000,000 Asketa Iteprettented.: firIe. 7iT. i '. of North America. .... Philadelphia. Phenix ( mrance (Jompiuj New York. Continental Irsarancn Oa New Yik. N. British & Meronntil tn8.CO..Lomion. 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In conseq lence of certain changes under a recent decision of the Supreme Ooart of this 3 a t :?i3 iu t i i tr of as sessment of the ! i;,; I'l-Jiui fi-, )i-t in this city; and thereby the City Tax Books not yet having oeen placed tin possession of the undersigned for collection; together with other com plica ions ia regird to eur Municipal affairs, now pending before the supremo Court of North Carolina, the city of Wilmington muat neces sarily crave some indulgence from the holders of City Coupons.under exLsting circumstances IT. C. SERVOSS, ,City Treasurer, fjune) 15'vu' CAUTION !: CONSUMERS OP PRESE1VKI) MILK should examine the WEIGH V of the Ci tents of the can. They will find that wii'ie Borden's Eagle Brand ! Uniformly weighs sixteen ounces of milk to the can. that other brands scarcely weigu fifteen ounces. , The difference in weight is equal to seventy five cents per case in favor of, Borden's Eag.e Brand ! ' Y. Condensed Milk Co., .fltUG. KuBJW, Secretary. ' uly27 eodlm THE LAST CARGO OF PRIME CUBA GUYED HOLASSBS Is now ottered to purchasers in bright New Packages, botn Hogsheads and Barrels, at lowest market rate.; also SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES, tMnscoTaflo Sugar Drips, New Orleans Moiasti Bacon, Pork, Dry Salted Meats, Lid, Fish, Butter, and a u.l line ot assorted Groceries. .AH KiDdsof Wines and Liauors A.t.ie lowest market price to good customer 1 ADRIAN & VOLLERS Corner ot Dock W out at EDUCATIONAL. Clinton EV2ALE ACADEMY, Tan next seasion of this School will com mence th first Monday in August, 1875, and continue twenty weeks. Im this School boys can be thoroughly pre pared for the Freshman Class in any college, or for the usual avocations of life. It will be the constant aim of the Principal to make this school worthy of patronage, and not a place for boys to waste time and money. Board per month from $10 to 12 60 Tuitioa per session from 17 50 to 22 60 contingent ree per session 50 For further particulars, address M. 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THIS Company continues to write Policies fair rates, on all classes of insurable prop erty All losses promptly paid. Encourage Home institutionf H. U. Battle, President; SeaU Jftiee ,Seor TT" ATKINSON MANNING, A genu. jane EDttEWORTU SCHOOL, No. 55 FBASKI,I STKKKT, (Between Cathedral and Park), Baltimore, Md. THE Thirteenth Annual Session of tb;s En glish and Freneh Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies, will re-open on Thursday, September 16th. For circulars, ad dress. MRS. H. P. LEFEBVRE, Principal, july 'J9 eod 3m Portland Cement. Also, Roman, Keene's and Parian, for walks cisterns' foundations, siaoure, ten arc, imugen, reservoirs, &c. Remit six cents postage lor iiraetical treatise on eemente- S.L. MERCHANT A CO. W South St , New York, july 9 ltlS-3iael. EAILE0ADS WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA AND- AUGUSTA RAILROAD CO" OPFIOE OF OEN'L S CFEBINTFNIXENT WiurnvaTOX, N. O., Jnly 1, 18T8. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE On and after Sunday, Jnly 4th, the follow ing schedule will be run on this road : NIGHT EXPRESS AN PASSENOEB TRAIN, (Dally), t Leave Wilmington................. Leave Florence................... Arrive at Columbia. " " Augusta. Leave Augusta Leave Columbia.... Leave Florence.... "m Arrive at WilminetonV. .'V " ' " " , 6.36 P.HI 12.20 A. Ml , 4.15 A. M . 8.45 A. M . 4.10 P.M 8.1SP. M 1.10 A.M 7.10 A.M Passengers going West beyond Cohuabla, will take this Train, leaving Wilmington at 6.25 P. M. Bay P&Mciig-er Xrain Daily (except . Sunday.iia;;, mm Leave Wilmington 6:30 AM Arrive at Florence 12:05 P M Leave Florence 12:45 P M Arrive at Wilmington 6:23 P M Connects at Florence with N. E. trains for Charleston, and with Freight Train with Pas senger Coach attached for Columbia Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. THROUGH IFREIOlg: TRAIN, (Daily ex cept trCmdays.) Lsave Wilmington ijss p. MP Leave Florence 1.40 A.M. Arrive at Columbia 9.00 AM. Leave O .liiinbia 5.30 P M. Leave F'orence 4 .1X1 A. M Arrive at Wilmington 3.00 P.M LOCAL FRKIOHT TRAINS, with PAS 8ENUER COACH attached. W Wilming ton Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 20 A. M. and arrive at Wilmington on Mon days, Wednesdays and Frldavs at 5 30 P. M. 7-Passengers for Charleston, Columbia aad Augusta and beyond, should take night Ex yicwiiftiiiHum r iiuiiiigLOU, M.- Th nnjrh MlpAnina i'ara in mI1.1 for Charleston and Augusta. JAMES ANDERSON. Qen'l Superintendent jnly 3 158-tr5 WILMINGTON AND WELD0N RAIL ROAD COMPANY. 0IOB OF OEHBRAL SurBRIHTMPBWT, 1 Wilmington, S. V., June 8, 1875. CHANGE Oxf SCHEDULE. Ou ant ft"r J;ine 9th, Passenger Trains on the W. W. Railroad will rnn as follows: MAIL TUATN. Leave Union Depot daily (except 5unaayni at............ Arrive 9 Ooldshoro at. . ... Rocky Mount at " Weldonat Loave Weldondally at Ar ; e at Rocky Mount. . . . Ooldshoro at ' Union Depot.... 7.35 A. M 11.4.1 A. M 1.53 P.M 3.40 P. M 10.05 A.M 11.41 A.M 1.38 P. M 6.05 P. M riPEERS TRAIN AND THROUGH FREIOHT TRAIN. Lt ave Union depot, daily, at 6 30 P.-M Arrive at Ooldshoro at 12.5 A. M. " Rocky Monntat 8.38 A.M. " We'.don at 6.00 A. M Leave Weldon, daily, at 7.00 P. MJ Arrive at Ko-ky Mount at 9.30 P. M " Ooldenoroat 12.1BA.M" " Union Depot at 6.30 A. M X-ail Train makes close connection at Wei don for all points North via Bi-y Line and Ac iui Creek routes. W" Express Train connects only with Acqnia Creek route. Pnllninn'a Palace Wleep Inir Cars on till n Train, Freight Trains will leave Wilmington tri weekly at 5.00 A. M. at d ar-ive at l.4fl p. M. JOHN F. DIVINE, General Hnp'r. jnne 9 137-tf Carolina Central Railway Co. Office General SrrrKiuNTBNDENT, Wilmington, N. C, July 18, 1S75. J Change of Schedule, On and after the 29th inst., trains will ro over this Railway as follows : Passenger and Mail Trains Daily (Sundays excepted.) Leave Wilmington at 4 00 P M Arrive in Charlotte at 30AM Leave Charlotte at C 00AM Arrive at Buffalo for Shelby.at 10 30A M Leave Buffalo at 1130 AM Arrive at Chanotte S 45 PM leave Charlotte at 5:C0 P M Arrive at Wilmington at 7:00AM Fast Freight and PasseMr T rains Daily, (Sundays excepted.) Leave Wilmington at 0.10 AM Arrive at Charlotte at 9:00 P M Leave Charlotte at 7:00 A M Arrive in Wilmington at 9.4S P M Special train betwcfn Charlotte and 8helby and tha Cieaveland Mineral Springs, leaving Charlotte on Saturdays at 4:30 pm, and return ing on Mouday at 0 a "ux. Connections. Connects at Wilmington with Wilmington Jk Weldon, snl Wilmington, Columbia & Au gusta Railroads, Semi-weekly New York and Tri-weekly Kaltimore and weekly Philadel phia Steamers, and the River Roats to Fay ette vi lie. Connects at Charlotte with tne North Caro lina Railroad, Charlotte and Statesville Rail road, Charlotte & Atlanta Air Line, and Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad. Thus supplying the whole West, Northwest and Southwest with a short and cheap line ta the Seaboard and Europe. By Papers publishing C. O. Railway sched ule will please notice changes. S. L. FREMONT, Chief Engineer and Superintendent. U8 TRADE fftARK. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, LEA & PERKINS' CELEBRATED PRONOUNCED EXTRACT if uv ,r 3 a LETTERrrom a 1 1 i--t Mtrikri.i 1 MAN at Madras, to his brother at WORCESTER, May, 1S51. Tell LEA & PERRINS that theirsauce is high ly esteemeed in In dia, and is, in my opinion, the most palatable as well aa the most whole me Sarr.e that ia made." CONNOISSEURS TO HE TUB "Onlv Good Sauce," Ai.d applicable to EVERY VARU TY OF DISH. Worcestershire Sauce. Sold Wholesale and tor Exportation by tne Proprietors, LEA & PERKINS, Worcester, England; and Retail by Dealers in Sauces gen erally throughout tho world. 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