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AO . iliv i" t,,4: Wht ,-,etiiK:r Wn-r Ilrinff ,,,m Wack lo lar'Ul. pHicAOETrarA, ()ntxh?r 22. TMr. i'. Raker, of 1 G19 Market Walt'"" t rlio on tlie 5th of Scpteaib. r ,1 letter from ielne uoo'ii tRy i . ; 4-...1 ; .. ..i. that tll 'Hlier anr-i:.i7u, 1 1 j i lie u- 1 "j,, and knew of the whereabout? fCS"r'ey 1,!S au' uiginn Bitker t ' ti,e kr.owl lg' thus tfiven hra in firing the child, tho particulars of 'hiili l've been pil'.li.sht-d. rrcri.vod the fiiU"wing lett-r in Nelse HootnV J-ndwritirtg ou th 8t -1 iuUnt. The was iiiaile.J in Philadelphia on , ilf and the New York date is IvU' DtV a blind: kw Yo. k O -tuber 9. Bt-.knr, you j Jamu fool an.1 Kosa is crnzy V vo' iu d uiK'J I thought yon ... uu I u f T- . . 1 ...... . . . 1 hlll Ul,r ' ' JW.. ,,. most l"- Jnnr c',!lt;ei of. gttting t,iH boy- What mma y u give u away. v,.i must now : as 1 Bay, or i will go for you sure, r or erou s sane aunt !iv anything to any one now, but work I "r m3. I want you now to find Gusto, i .i..... T trill erisiirfl von tii 1-ir.e tf 'von g" to Bradford, Englaud, and afa a few inquires, you can fiud him i-Hsy. You must bo quiet about jt Wlieu ou Ibid him. which is verv eflSr to il.'.'l will have it fix d, fori will msSH to 8" aim a l"-ttr, aud if I .h-u't yon go a I say and show hiui tujs 'liis winter he will bo about there or vork. I know this, you must k- ep from H-s fverybody el.se. Hear jstbe secret Gusto English name is 9am hrhet an 1 by this name yon will fiuJ l'i'n '-t uu Suei ,u'14 thi.ik it wi l be all right tell him this the child bos tiiu gve you in Newyork is Charley Rosi and then tell lurn who Charley Ko-it f"r aw don't know I ought to vou for you have been trying your bet to nb me. So as I any dam yon gu 1 stop vour huni-ig for la". I waut H ws to have his loy you loavrf nest week and you can Ruoceed thake this w th y u '-d don't show it to a livinj bu Gut.ir or Herbt if you do I WD J nmrJt r you so beware Baker fri.m you know who. Mrfliater then pub'ished tlie follow in? personal io the Lt dj:r of the 12th iust : Jmjston : - S ;nd me an onltr ou Tlnr b t to deliver to me. I will pi. ii. This personal brought out the fol lowing letter, ei'c'osiiig the order for the hoy. which Mr. Biker received on the 14t'i. The euveitpe bore a tw Cfjt nt inp, and was p.stmrkad 1'Jnl U'WIphta. Thrt letter was on a finall dip of pp jr, evidently out of au ao ouiit book, aud was as foiiowa : Brtkf-s I seen you notice yn'-day. I pyou head is level. 1 wii do a you whIj ; you can do it all right. I wili not rite any uioie, not one iue ; but I W'irit Kss to have his boy and you to g.-t ttie rewani. Givv) thi o'hor pape tn ri:un Hurbe.t (T (hHtn. You louy tiif lo-lp. i will hear all about it when vm tret back Neise iijoth if he Cant ii'l y u c.iu retd it to Loin, he will know k!1 about it. In the letter was fclded the follow ing order vrruten o . a short pieco iiote pper, and ldretsed on an imtKidc foUl to "Suit. Iliirr'et " Nkw Iork. Amrkica, Oct. 13. 1875. riatn Hm b t give to thi3 ui iu Ba Iwr my little b y wh:ch I gav- you to li'-ep lat- October in T rk btate Amer-h-. I have Kent bur over t r him. I l uve made up with tbeO.d woman and we att! 1! going to live together. 1 lmva had a li stake aud 1 gt-s can live all light. Lf I owe you anything pend me word by Biker ami I will fix it, y.iu know who I mi-au little Charley Spragne, iuv fou. B iker is all ready tn come to York State, so don't detain him. Oblige, Hiram Hprague, your old friend, Boston. Mr- Baker went to Mr. Ross as soon bh he received this letter and gave all thi information he hi.d. Mr. Hobs bad ?revionsly telegraphed to the Sco land ard dotectiveB, but what reply lie re ceived, if anv, is not known. Joseph Boss, Mr. Boss' brother, traced the man known as "Gnsto," and found that such a man came to this eount'y nearly three years ago, and travelled from New York to Savannah iu a wagon and two horses, and accom panied by a wagon and several chil dren. He was traced to Nptv York again where, in October, 1871, he left the country in a steamship. Mr. Baker has been trying to fiud Nelse Booth in 1 hiladelphia, and has traced him to a bouse in Acorn Alley, below Spruce, between Seventh and Eighth. The police are aware of his hauuts, but he has not yet beeu arrested. Mr. Baker's friends iu this city, en tirety indendeutly of Mr. Boss or the authorities, have furnished the money to pay his expenses to E-irope, and he is to leave New York, iu a Cuuard steamer, at norm to-morrow, for Liver pool. He has relatives in Philadelpha of the highest respectability, one of his unjles being a member of the wholesale drug firm of Bullock Cren shaw, another uncle a wholesale dry g'X)ds dealer, and a third the secretary of an iron company. Obstinacy and tlie ICesuilr. Henry. Williams, a negro who was sentenced by tLe Mayor on the 18th iust, to thirty days labor on the (streets, refused on Tuesday to work any long er aud quietly sat down on the side walk to watch his brother felons han ule the shovel. Yesterday morning the Mayor ordered Williams brought into the court room. After delivering him a lectare on his obstinacy, he added thirty days time to his sentence, and cautioned him that every time in the future he refused to obey the orders of the superintendent of the t-treet force, that he would add thirty dajo for the olTence. IIou3:ioid .tlazazinc. We ero in receipt of the sixth num ber of th:s fine publication, with a fiaa likeness and good biographical sketch fDr. Cherles Deems, D.D. Duiing hie next two months poi traits of ex Governor Walker, of Virginia, Bishop Atkinson, Ron. M. W. Ransom, Copt. W. J. Houston, of Dapliu, and other omisent gentlcmta are promised. Our pe..ple thould patronize this good home pub!;cation. Published at Goldsboro, at ? 50 per rear. No fam ily should be without it. BY TELEGRAPH. THE ELECTIONS Hayes' Majority for Governor or Ohio, 5,349; Young's Majority 9,963. NEWS IN GENERAL,. Free dman's Bank - Suspensions - Re lief for Virginia City - Concessions Servia - German Parliament. G O L D 15 7-3. 1 BY TELRQRAFH TO TUB JOUUVAU PENXSVLVAMA. Suspension. PHirj.vDKr.PHiA, October 27. "L"e .fc Walker, music publishers, Bnspeiub'd yesterday, and made asijrnmfnfc. As H tf4 entimnt-il over 250,000. which it is thought will c ver their liabilities. OHIO. Ofllclal Vote. Colcmbcs, Oct. 27 The following is the official vote ; Gv. Haye, 297, 873 ; AH en, 2'J2.'2(5t; Hayes majority, o,549 Lieut. Gov Young, 297.931 ; Carey, 287.9G8 ; Young's majority, 9.9G3. CALIFORNIA. Relief lor Virginia City. San- Frajicihuo. Oct. 27. Wells, Farzo&Oo. has sent ouo thousand dol lars to Virginia City, and ordered their agents forward with supplies from all poiuts free. Th- Board brokers have sen five thouaud dollars. Insurance on thft burned district will reach a million of dollars. A rough estimate places the loss at 82,000,000. No loss of life is reported. WASHINGTON. Freedman's Ba'ik Report, e. Washinotox, O ;t, 2S Oresw-11. President cf the Freedman's Savings B.uk Commission, lias signed 30,000 checks intended tor the payment of 20 per ctnt. to depositors on Nov. 1st. The report of the Agricultural De partment for October, represents the wheat crop of the pra eat year a short one. The President has issued bis procla mation naming Thursday, Nov. 25th, Thjuksgiving Day. NEW YORK. Hoard of Missions Judgment. New York, Oct, 27, Tlie Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church resnnvd its fteanion to dy. A resolution was adoptod extending the thanks of tho Board to ltev Dr. SchereKciiansVy, for tlie past fift-en years missionary to China. f--r his ser vices io t.rao-Lilian the Se.-lpMtr-s i'ito the Chinese language. The vmnuittee on mission offerings, ai pointed htat yor, reported tbroih Bishop Howe, of Central, Pa., that in their pidftmeut need of a more thorough euiistmeuts of the people iu the great ciisdriH;ry work was becoming more apparent every year. The u S. Trut Company, in which ws deposited cert:iu funds belonging to the estate of the the bte CU'itv Auditor Wur.siii!, w-s t.i-Jsy ordered by the Surrogate to way into the State Treasury 859;). 435. 91, beinp the full amount of a judgment obtained by the people, against Watson, um of the liirtg robbers. John Do'au, the murderer of Mr. J. II. Noe. has been found guilty and sentenced to be hung on Dec. 10. ENGLAND. Servia Insurreetion. LosDoy, Oct. 27. Screw sloop of war, Aibatross, has been ordered to Panama to protect British interests. The Standard says: "Tho Servian Skuptchina voted 61 to 42 on motion for war with Turkey." Advices from Central Asia state that the insurrection in Khokand has been renewed, aud the new Khaa fled to Khodjend. GERMANY. Assembling of Parliament. Brciuax, Oct. 27. The German Par liament met to-day. The Emperor absent on account of indisposition. The Emperor's tpeech was read by the Minister of State, in which he says so far as human judgment can discern, peace is more assurred now than at any time during the 20 years proceding the re-construction of the Empire. TheUitr Injunction Ca.se' The injunction case against the city in which Wm, A. French and John McRao are plaintiffs, came up for a hearing iu the Superior Court before Judge McKoy yesterday. Tue case has attracted much attention and con sequently there were quit a number of persons preseut, who 6temed to take a lively interest in the proceed ings. Promptly when the Court met the parties, plaintiff and defendant siguified their readiness to proceed, The plaintiff were represented by M London Esq., and Judge French, and the def endent by Mess. Meares, Russell, Holmes and Stedmau. After the read ing of the complaint and answer the plaintiffs asked leave to fileau affidavit made by S. N. Martin Eq., relative to the city finances, as a reply to such answer. Tho Court decided, to allow such affidavit to be read in the course oi the proceedings, and to deal with it as the testimony of a witness in the cause. Coasiderablo discussion took place on the motion to file such affidi vit, which occupied a considerable portion of the morning session. Ilia Honor decided than the only question for the Court upon which tho granting of tha tnjunoiiou, was whether or not tha city had exceeded its powers of taxation under the cccftitution. The defeuden lent then a.-dted for leave to fl'e afUdevits in ant-wer to that of the plaintiff, aa.l were given until 4 o'clock to do oo. At that time the case was again -called, and tho defendants ia- trotluced hffidavitH mad.v bv 5V.' P. C.aady E q .andC ipt I.' B. Grainger, in reply to the affidavit of Mr. Marten A long discussion arose upon the ad missibility of the t-ffidavits and a't r arguments by both tides the Contt overruled the motion of the plaintiff's and the counsel asked leave, wh'ch was granted to file au exception to the ruling of the C'mrt. Tho ques'ion for the irqniry of the Court on motion to dis solve the injunction were agreed odod and the case upon the main issue pre cjded to trial. Maj. C M. Sttdnun counsel for defendeut delivered the opening argunnnts, which wis quite langthy and touched upon all the points in controversy. At the conclusion of Maj. btedman's argument, the coun sel agree owing to the quantity of erim al business yet to be transacted, by the Court to file briefs comprising the ba laucd of the arguments for the deci ion of His Honor. The Court then adjourned. BEVI OV TI E WILMINGTQN M RKTS. FOR THE wki:k I'. itint; i iickmiay, October s!S, l.75. COMMERCIAL. EPITOME. Gen eral trade rulet, pretty much m the sani. condition as when w last wrote, the fiuaucial and commercial situation being unchanged. With i egod to the home trade, there app -ara to be no new developtments. The fact that the homo and foreign markets are beginuiug to work a littJe more in narmony, howevtr, is an couraging utigury of a prospective im pjoveinent iu tin export, trado which uiut exercisu a bei.eljc.al i;.fluo xe upon a variety of related iutersts. Tho fine leather tends to stimulate bU'ii.esb m somi branches, and t'i" vo time of transactioos isfuiiy u; Utilx r-ciiit average. Cotton La tiot baeti m firm us last week aud is litt e ofi i p:ic -s but there ":s a g ad daiiand tor export aud sev r il largj cii'goeswill be exported foreign this w- t k. 'thvroce'pio continue lully one huuurtd per c u more this year tna i last. t aval stores have exh bited a flrni uess throughout the week with au ad vance in sonic of the piiuoipal ait cles. Th .xport uioveia-nt f jr the week showd an increase over i.-t weuk Tin f-hi .iTnrnt. for the wv--k wrr : C ton, 5,209 bales; f-p.ris turpentine, 2,133 ca-ks; ros u, 1,931 liarrel; crude f:ir peuriue, 100 ba rels; tr, 377 brseif; agam-tt, cotkiu, 2,251 bais; s ri s turpentine, 1;G37 cusks; ro -iu, 7,o77 barrels; crude turpentine, 20o baritsl; tar. 933 barr Is fjr list week. The ch!tt features of themarkc-t, ard the changes i.f prices of most ot tl.e. ieauiLg product--, and manutuc'.ure: lr the week, wc-re as lolUjw- : CO I TON. Tnore has uot b en . niuo:i firmness in this staple tina w tvs. a was ezh:bitsd iast week, bu? th" tra.ir'actioua were weil up iu ihv ave-r-gH to the Lnunr weeK. t'he ' J"t op -nod with an a.ivi;iCe ef ce t hi quotations, aiul a fair au Hiut "f t.i:a uc'ioiiS. Prices mb.-wiucu1 iy reted d i cut. Bo that at the c.ooij t.jey are J cout above tk w ek ao. The r.co;pi, c i jtiuue tuily one hundred per ojliI increase ovtir last year. T'ie export movement this week wis prino-pil7 f -n- ttomet-tic orders, but s verai Vvn so!s are taRiiig iu cargoes at liie wu piess wharves f r loreign ehir.mei.t. Ti'e movs.m'it for thj woK io its np ba.es. of 2 700 ba ea at the quoUttioLia, mof-t of which was forexpoit, the home onsujQiition demnni btiin; exceeding ly -.it, all The receipts for the weok were 5.2G7 bdes; exports were 5.?0G bales; ttock in yaid and nfljat 4,400 ba'es. The general cotton movem.ar.t for week was as follows: For the week ending the total receipts havo reached 147,345 ba'ep.agaiust 137, 429 bales 1 st week, 102.402 bales the previou week, and 80,203 bales three weeks since, making the total receipts since the first of September, 1875, 570.582 jales, against 500,701 bales for the 6m pjriod of 1S74, showing an increase since September 1, 1875, of 69,881 bales. The exports for the week ending this evening reach a total of 33,879 bales, of whi -h 28,585 wer to Great Britain, 399 to France, and 9,896 to the rest of the Continent, whiie the stocks, as made tip this evening arc now 3G4.581 bales. The following ave the official quota tions to-day: Ordinary, ) Good ordinary, Nomina!. Strict good ordinary, ) Low middling, 12 cents Middling, 12 cents. Good middling, 12 J cents. "ROSIN. The general tone of the rosin market appears to be pretty heaithy, aud since our last there has Oeeu exhibited only one feature that of firmness. There has not been any advance of prices f importance, bu there has been a demand for all the re ceipts, aud the market has b n sweiit bare every day at the quotations cur rent. Thoexport movement has shown a decrease this week, owiu? entirely, however, to the soaroity of shipping in port, but since the arrival of ve.-els have increas -d very material 'y. The market at the cloee continues firm a1 the quotations below. The Bates for the week foot up to 6,500 bb'.s. Strain ed at 81 55, 2,000 bbls. Good Strained at 81 57J$1 60, 200 bbis. Extra No. 2 at 81 80, and 500 bids. G to N at 25$5 00 per barrel. The receipt- for the week were 9,217 bbls. Expnts 1.934 bbis. Stock in yard aud afloat 67,195 barrels. The following are the official quota tion.! : Strained. "81 57 Good Strained 1 60 No. 2 1 65 ExtraNo. 2 I 75 Low No. 1 .2 00 2 25 No. 1 -5 75 3 iJO Extra No. 1... 3-25 & 3 50 Low Pale. -3 75 4 on Pale ...4 00 4 25 Window Glass h 00 5 25 Water White . .. .5 75 (& 6 00 CRUDE TURPEN TIN hi. The market ruled steady for the raw arti oeup to Wednesday of this week, when prices advanced 5 cents on Har.l and Yellow dip. At the firn" th"r is a ood demand from distillers - fop the recrufc and the marteet is quote 1 tromr at tne close at 2S i Jr H-?T"1 and 8270 for yellosv J;p virg . The receipts and sa'e for the week were as follows: hls Kara Vel Vti-y.. Friday... 250 S1.05 2.75 82.75 8aturd.iy.1l25 Mou.:y . . VM ,.adliy- 1.55 : 2.75 ' 2 75 1.55 . 2.75 2.75 1.D5 2.75 2.75 1.6s) 2 80 2 75 I (0 2.8.) 2.75 Th usday .232 SPIRI fS T URPINTI SR. The up ward tendency noted at the close of our last in this ari.o e iia.4 been main tained during the week, nud tkj mark et has advanced to 38 cut . At 37$ cents the market was firm ai d the d lily receipts were taken by buyers at the quotation?. Oa We.lnediy there was u advance cf ceit and at t.io close the market cmtinues strong at 38 cents freely bid. The mar ket i app. ars to have settietl ou a solid basis and the demand is qual to tho receipts. The a es for th week were upwards of 2,000 casks. . The receipts for the weeK were 1563 casks. Exports 2113 ca-ks. Stock iu yard and ufl jat 4247 i ask--. TAR. The export dnmai d for this article continues good, bat the receipts q re q -id to the euquiiy of shippers. The maiket has l tiled without change of quotation sines our last report aud t -Ay it close j steady at 81 40 per barrel. Thi receipts for the week was 375 balxs; exports, 377 barrels; stock in yard and afi at, 1,153 barrels. GRAIN. There is nothing new whatever to report in the grain market for the past week. The same quota tions as former'y ruled are the figures to-day. Tha.e were no cargo arrivals ud tho receipts by rail and steamships were light. About 2,100 bushels' were received by the Wilmington and Weldon R lirovid and about 6 000 bushels per uteamdiip. Corn from store is unchanged. The following are tlie quotations from tt're to day: Yellow and nvxed eru, 85 H7i eentp, aud which mealing 9;' 81 00; highest figures inciti iincr . sacks. OATS. The mar k t is quiet and uucnaxiged in price. Quotations from store are 70 to 80 cents ? bushel, ioc'uding sack. PEAS Tbestook is small and the demand ai present gfxd cow and clay sells at 90(381 00 and 81 40 I 50 for white. RICE The demand ia fair with an adequate toipply. Clean Carolina is held at 9 cents by tho eidc. Rough it iu mall euppiy, aud sells at 81 IU 1 2. acconbitg to quaui.it v. CORS MEAL. The demand is l'ght aiid the atock is eqaal . to the enquiry previlinr. : rie'ils from stole at 81 OU (jfl 05 V bu-.hel, inoiiidiug 4ack.-'. ;manl ARRIVED. October 21. German Barque Bh r.oid, Be.ndm, JJa'uioj, iiomiiJ, E. Peschali .V V enter flirt i Schr rt.iany ciouth, Dertickeu. New Y rk, Wtiliinis &. iWutcuisou. Sohr Iilabrila, Fi-cher, Baltimore, iliim3 k iliirchison. Sremh;p Ri-giilator, Howe, iNtw xorK, A. u. u z,.ux jNorwegiau Brig Giz-Heii, Andre- tkill, Gl'iiUte.e t, Bu '-I. ireido. N-irnegian B-ig HoS-jtiH, G.iudersr n, (61 d Live-rpo.it, R E lleide, wan ISO tot;.-; Nitlt. Schr jrtiii!i.;i . iVioodgooJ, TjittJo R v or, A. Mai tin, iti. uavl stotea. O'.-i'i'.ii B.rqie ii-idwig, Sogcr, E. P. iVtfiHif it V,"fiif ermauu. Br. !. q-it rd-oie l'p;n.i, Smart, Iirisiol, Ah.x. S.;ruut t .ion. Scor B'-:j, i venire, Aew Y il k, Wii.i-.fus .t Mu..eh:.-.oi3. OcS"iier 2iJ. iir;. Wiibiim R.ioert- SO;!, I'.ih. Nukiiiinft iniiitld. ilil phoa- phatn t.' Navassa G'isno Company. St-iuia.-inp !. J. Foi-y, I'ricc, Bait: more, A. U. C iUi. Biig Ailuua.i Atoll y, Cotton, Ekid der .t Sou. Br Br; IIanu oile. Bitrird, ilut tiu'lple, ilt-T. ftp! II 'it .t So u G-jriinu ii.tjq i Vaiid. rbeyilt. Mieh-iii!-.. (,"4 day.--), Liverpool, ii.. Pcscuau tv We-.t.-1-iuj '!. Gerui in li.lri Or riou, LUiieu. ( 82 day), Hamburg, E Peschm .t Water man, with gu-iuo for N-ivassu Guana Co. CLEARED. Ocolbef 21. Steamship LuciHe, B..nuetr, Bdt-more. A. D Caziux. fielir. W.iic m C rb jtt, Rich. u i id Mi'., O. G. Par iky. Sr. Sticr Auzna, VVoostcr, Hivtiea. E Kidder - Sons. Sehr. Martha Maria, v'eazie, Bl-fa-t. Nortliroo .t Cummiig. Schr Trott Kug, Bradford A ix t'sve--. St. D imingo, J. H. Chadbourrr & Co. Schr Ruiiry Sou!h, Derrickson, New York, Williams & Mnrchisou. Norwegian Brig Venus, Anderson, London, Alt-5. Sprunt & Son. Ste.im-hip Itegnlator, Hove, Now York, A. 1. Cdzmx. Sen r J W Hiign, Dole, New York, II irrj' Ho.veil October 25. Schr. May G. Collins Somr?r, L igTiyra, Venezuela, J. H. Cuudb.uu Co. Schr Stephen ICirding, Harding, Poito Rico, E. Kid.le .t rtiius. I,I'IK i'N. coAsnvisE. Baltimoks; SteamfcLip Lucill, lo3 b.i'ts ccton, 2'Jl casks Htixits turpfii- tine, tZ& liliw t;isii 00 do tar, rosi u e'a.- ki oil, 12 fcsr, 2;i libJ.s i.ii4;h. 10 boesy trn, 2-J do rns, .')5 bdlH green iiidcs, 1 do sheep skiao, it hhg.s boui'K, 12 bd-s paper, 7 pKg-i m:l-,i', y.j bngs peanuts, 41 bbia ud 32 bugs dried fruit. RicuiioM.i Me. ScLr Walton. 13 i, 070 b et luiii'i r. Nkw Yobs Steamship R-gnlator, - 28i c-isks Fpi ri t s turpentine, I t70 b.iles oo't'on. 3 okjirs mJte. 1 Oaie hi.H-ri, 03 bdla piipt r, 10 0 ties bhcei .ng. wclir Sunny South S )9 bi.os cot tn. 182 bbls rosin. Hoar J. W. Haigti shingles, o00 eaika tpiiili turpouSjiie. FoKUIO-! Cape IhyrKN. Hc';f Angoij,, .000 f. t -uiu!) r, loi',000 Bhiiigis, 7 bold pitch. 2 d- foiiHi, 2 do lur. IIati Schr Martu'.i Mtrla, 170,000 fe "t inmbft 20,1)0 'J stingies. Atjx ('ayki, St. Uomisoo. Schr. Troti iviu, l'JG,07C loei Iuuao. r, 150, 000 truuiiea. , Lo.;o )?t. S'orTvagi in Brig Vc r.is 800 casks spirits infpDiitiue, 713 obis roiu. Laotjvka, Vexuzuela' achr. M.iry G. Coi!iuc3. 210,000 feei. lumber, 310 bbi. roiu. Po hto i.ieo. ir' r fctephsji Hur 09,000 ft. lumb-r, 15,000 shingle-. AT? j A. W. ..H.C1.A3AUCH, Propi'let or , HOf vIKN i' SQVAItfJ, X5 XTL" IMOR UrxoJi V. Dousev, Uiiittf Clerk. ool23l7 .rs sec i j t. . i. ".y i b. G0LDSB0H0 HiftH SCHOOL COLDSBOftO, n. c. M. KE I" CKK. A. vl. ern l.Hiig-ii-i. K. VV. A OA it , A , Prot". Anclcninnii Mod M, Pr: t. Matkemuicii. 'I be f lurd Terra ot ttl Initiltn. (ion will le i a on JTfondajr, AiiT. tf, and cud on .U uu.l v, Uec; 'O, IS 7 5. TH t.S vchool ia iit'iar;t tn the town of Oods b -ro (Oie i-.entrij of t,ur Ki. roots', and iri.ni in i c-witil ii y otrnrs mi' Utr aiWan g o (i-renr Aii-I u.rdi.ns living in the rnr r'tundiiig ciitinirli or iu the Ka-tern jHirtiori ii the "Oite. 'l'he l.ic.tuju is litaitliy, inl no tV.a'n if sirt.ii ks ot l be rn'pi t.ir.et bv purent-1 nfindiiijj their mm to this p'ace. an not t pinkie etiso of Hciinn.n ilinet-w ooenr rel in tiiu ;-liii.il durini; tio pc scliolaft'ft year. No i-a-ent. tlir.-foreT can '-as)oilly lie d-'te'red Irom patronizing ttii School oa this score f the uDhoaUhim:s4 of tho i cation. I'rcftM.r K. W. Adams, who baa ch-rgo of .the M .tbemati-'.al Department, in an luaina8 of Kai.do ph vta-on o'lKi, atid hat btwn a au -cihufnl tnh;rof on-h f.r many ear8. The course of iu.-'truclion is Kimd, thorough and extn-ie and seek? to dev op and improve tin luent-J poworx of the upi t by trainintr rhm t'lTHiSE. and by taoaing them the right uso ot the' faouiciea with wliicu Go l has en dowed them. The 1ici(line of the School, while it I mild and p .renta'. en for ' the dutr of obediance to eerv rule ao-i r5K'i:'in A in.ooor!ina ioi and diiwird r" coniluctaie wu.iiiy inoom piitld with v.hoiatic trairiu? and mental vro res-J no boy who is indisposed to improve h;s time or is an injury to his fellows, will be retained in. tho School. Mo-hI and reliiririiis iiiftraM n-eceives aduo 11 a r" of attention and considerat'on ; tor un l.'Bs. the hart and coiijcieni-e be infn.ructed and -'ilihtiiid, more secular learning will avail bu little i' tlie formation of a correct and up-igh character. The four re'liiotis bodies beinjr w Ml rppre i:!i-.tfil in tliii. l.i i". Cvry boarder '.a aMew-d toarmd thit liun ii o-i Suudav which b'-" pa roiit niav designate. Th e wish aud p-eferencfl if tlu par.-nt will he Ktr -t'y o-rved, a notl. in,r :f a ect;u-ian chnracter ta countenanced in the ii'ho l . It ivs are tr-t-rod for a-lvance i rlane in o)!."4;-- or for the active liiiMir.ess of li'e. Ttie l.iii.ding hith..r known h the 'Fe male full-ee has be'-ii s cured bv th" Princ:-i-.ul, and wili Uer. alter bo used a a uchooi lor boys Dsh.Hv w'ajxin", mwx cti g irin!r, pro-an -ity ard every species ot gambliug are strictly prohibited. Terms, per Session of 20 Weeks HXl.V IX AlVSO 15 A t 4. N CIS ON 7IHSI' OFOOT-iUEIl. . TciO..!! fi r i r in -.r - d pu-tnvnt 15 (M) ...-' Hiai. r t tiilh 0 tri lra,t-tc .v.lTAiioed cIh--. h 'atiti .- f.- witIi t ;t' in a le mi:' . I'rt.i'h. h"1 '" :.-ie p 2S no to d iir ?5 on v : each 5 'f r..tl. .. rd. lin'.liid n: 'UU: a 1-1 lights J- W incident! xp-.-n.:-. '" Kmc'o tui-nt "i:l fiinrs'i, 'or u n n.-e. a !.ir i.f b!-jiki:'. pH.iv L'! niiCBt , 'i i ait of p.! oawr ti l hi- roTit Is .S'i ! ei : il- ti n l rem ' ii'tien ami Ktvird irv cae oi (lijn.i-.wi .ii e.r withdraw -1. .nd only m caef of irot.i a.-t. d sielriiM's. Br'uriUer p'ici irJ n l.jre.-s M. FETTER, Princlpaa, o:r ?4-S.-vff GOLDSBoKO, K.C. RADE m tini.r ! r r..(inir n A uLl. i 1 J liUk v t i,.IVilOk LEA Pie Mr !! ; h f.-i it t,::i.'''-('. ';L ; -CN- .t V. .1'H- H v il Tl KK Ten 4f! - 1 "Onlv Good b a t 'if r- -7 e r. ' it- pi-ji h-i 111 !.. I.I li- ' rr-c :i.(hi; UK wet t HF Wt.lll,. KV..I. itr.'e 11 - iio ?jil iVj-i i - j ii! tjr Hiorta.u;. n; l-n r ropriotooi, H PKKltiNS. '.riiiaiH''; an? Retail lr iealCTrIt, ii--toi et FCcl.y tl:IO ifl J'.ll tiie world Ask for Lea & Terrins Sauce. a- f IS it K A Kr'AS f fAtil.l: H m Pri.t..e .1 -t ax j-ii.iito r di.-h irid e.- 'J Hot or v-oid "deit. Fowl, Fifh, Broiled li.tduey, Ac. At tho ili WF.i: l lilJ.!., :u Soup, tt:i K'.sh, Hot f iint.-, J im ', and.'n ail Gravies, it gives a -1 eiigti :.f ul rl-ivor. At t 1.1 Al'IIDOl A SI I'I'KII .mi.-;w it i. iloeraad indispensable by hoie laiuiiiar with its estontbta qusiitiea. from AV'O There ie uo reli.sU in t d -rsi ly iiite 1 s- I. Worcesoriihtrs Sauce. Yerk Times. the world winch U -o a (6 Pcrriiiw faniou JOHN CUiSCAf fKW VWK '4 viiiw Jll'ii :"i WiUfNSTG CLASSICAL AND Mathematical School K. r.' VAN a Lii"r. Princi;'ls rpHK Fill! i hi i ii-. - u L SK-'SIOV c- ILL I! r''. I N ( V 1 , lsT" ar. the riniins ii Ko.ntii HJi'i Pn:i ol O .t.b- V , ii: n -1 o: V r M io: ret; T. r.n per Ssfs'on o" IS wii k., "payhli'o; in K t'Ty K ;gl k'i brancace i45 00 .1 :iiti 1 witM . ,, Ai,;e' ra.... 3 "0 l,-rii.t.r 'i k, 1 r-t h at.d Gci inn lan- ilag s eiir;l, eliH -- 5 10 T v . in i-e of t io :ib io nam :d hi- 1HV 11 00 Incidental -'p -tine te 1 Op p-iiiiN w i ; t hi- eh i gpd irom d-ite of entrance t t It -. -.1. t 1 lie .- sii..u livoi t-.f iM. -r l:5v art'l T i orTn-.- t wMl t I ctt J.-.i-d i-!n- s and (Uir qrililry. Mo i i g ! a t -u- u-s-!,.i . t rr-tujiio -. t Fi! I an ! Wi.it.-r.- Kor tutth'-r info mKtion an .irex it!. it if tlie i.riiu'.ljial, at W -luiti'K'vii, N . -. Oi l 2 3if A NSW DAIL.Y PArER I VHi";HXGT0.V. ProSofiCiiis ol Hit 1 lUOl!tjliU Ul IliO a X OH ABI'i'T ( i"Oi l.JK i'lKST, TriB I le' -r; i.'i e 1 '-vi 1 h, T';e -u! .'i'-Mioii ;n 't:!- IvKViviRirisir. "it y of V."ifiait.-tmi, o 'l'il-i KM.IKW Wl:l ll"J iei iMiidj.l eery i-vt:in n-ili b-." t-i fn-rifh 1 f i r su- t ro i.iOie uov, in evcej't r-S-.n-!,: v. TtJ i:.t lali-sr, til-; Iv.-f, :u:d tin: every nii-i'.iini.f t'i'! vnv. Ti-i T'.di; Hial lleiturtnient wil! bi!i abie h ami til looitl ri:jo t.-- uiii lie 1 uriiiili.j.l by Ni.-. Jam-K t'.r av ye.irs past the local editor f the Diiiiy J.iuruii. , Mr, iTli.rlfs A. I'ri . 1 son of mn of found-vs ot tM dot ' NA!.. and himsolr! i;-u t:i in -11 of .s-"5verl yrar.-i xiitriBii'e '.1 O'e !;j me-s. wi'I hvi '.li-.r.j'i .-I CRe tiusi.i f- 'If, :n-t-luiuitu 01 1 He paper. (Trm.-uai artr'.ti jn wii! be iiv"i to i-i 11: ar-K-t reports with h-- vi--w if fiji-.Nliin( th tn 1 t aoatiti;$ o' thx day to tbs lits "f jl rcti tile noti-'', Ti-l rtr'si rer" ts will : nd- hi a carer' .... t'loi najihly cxpi-ri- need re;nr'fr. n ill. 'ir.ir "it pn-r wil. be nev.'y. ciiiTi nrnl r I. fid hpe.'ia rneiintu lh O'tiU I m-Iu n 'e ;-J .r iu .11 eu l the l .ti M-i -g ei.t.-. ci 111 v ie iea- . J ei i:is 11' s ibsr.r'i'iion : 5 a y-ir, 50 cell's a nio:i:h '?i: 12 f-etitb a wee. A'ivert:sin rates vt ry low 4 In ronri'-iioii wiMi tho nnvPov,p't:r),f,Rt win eotbHb thf Hfvikw ll.ik. and .lob Printing Othea, where competent and skill tul otjer.. liven will be employ !. nn l wlvrc itts uend!e?s to s!7 we Will 'Jo -j'ir h-a to liiriii.-li our piumus witli 'hi best ;nerk for tlie lowest aniouut cf l:uiiiey. :Jcsb T. James. aug. 15ttj3 . tlias. A rrlcc. JUST, RECEIVED YATSNEW BOOK STORE , . (A complete assortment of . : BIBLES ' f - PRAYER BOOKSi . v t M KA IS AC. Wmch ur g tten up in : the Tery bet ?tyle?J Prices lower tUin ever bef ra. l a 1 ai d examine ' - .' YATES' NEW BOOK STOKE, Oct 17 -' t . 6 MarkstStreef Dover Scliool, Va. Tvi ii T eir.it.li S 'sii'it. if tin ramiao, wil bigia cue Ant Mdal.y of: September 187-1- A quiet borne and a practical education given to boys. AJdros B. B. McUORMlUK, Principal, Aldse. London county, Va. HttKKKMJES. Uuaerai HuuUr, Wirrent ja, Virginia lvev J . ulU i l.-iia id', S ) Prof John Hart, Richmond, Va. B P Kaynol.l, San Mir cos. Tesa. BEST TABLE 'BUTTER FUKSIH PKiJKE?, cekmas sage peabl and coarse bakley. JuA . arrive 1 an 1 for sla at oct 14 G. H. W. KUSGK, J0UN A..BYRNK, iSiiraice (FIRE. MARINE AND Llfvj t U,ilUOdlto Akkt'li btepren-ai . IFFfOIC--Oorr-r-iercial F.-m-shange Hotidr- ortl: Water'Rtree. not Tl MEDICAL COLLfQE OF VIRCIHif. 1 I O IT 3X O rsT 13 . I S75-7G. s b- t.n Oct l.e session Vnifr 'o r-e I." '.u s b jj.ii Oct d.e 1", an-1 c;i'n rlv nir -'h "u!1 ciureO" Mt-d-H--.1 I-f-ru -"" v tbe Faivi ly rmd s-iilv -y t-ci .f C5 :iruOi ei -f.t. .v I'm aiIiori t. Kaculty. Pro fw irst" , fl'll. Plui-mx.!. t;.iur..e S-'v. Bcncr.cif.r ticket. W. for fu'l mrtira'arti nf -N'nru 4' p'y U -. Ii. Moil A W, M !. 4w Nn fntiM-n i..-. Kichuu..d, Va. ll.-iii of r acuity IJorth Carolina home Iiisti ranee Co, rtlHl1 Com pan 'vn.:t wf i, tair rats.-T' .!a-s.i iirr rT All ic3 jr?intt-'i !.ii I Fri'Vi jcue-' HciM it!t.it;t.'jn S. 54. -lttlf . 'ro.-.id"i'f: .S-'. . r t n 1 m i n . m - - 'l l3 -bif- ' 1 l. J.rfile l Thud.h. o TE8 a: t f -r --V- 10 c (l?'l 1 TIC- .f Mio-. 11 .1 " I 1; t . i.i -n-; t-Jii-lt ;o I'l mi r ti ' ' ..:-m, .rn -tj ' 1 ;i;:i t - a. - i iV'M.IN, V I . A - . ' V ! 1 ) T! 1 'en- Y rlr. - V :Oi. . be ai.t lo tin Tie":! k wn cwie . i Hrlii:c K'.ll uu we. i o e.u.u ne p!ri be ft re buy otlinr n..ik- (HI KS Jt Mfli' H" Jir.i:i-H .tint- F HE TASlil APPLES MESSINA LEMONS. GEC. MYKU-5. At K c.Hivcil to .t-.y vf cli ".hoicest lot id' car irom cur Da ry the ;BSST UOTTKR IS THE WOriLH" We have a l y.:-t. Only lor i-.lo .iy Glio, "l Yf iiS ;;U ir Brands of Oo ible KxiriFam;!' Kl -ur. SEW PROCESS EMPIRE FTUR. MONOGllAM KM rJB AN1 PLASTV Kll A A. L'-w 'or cfti at GITO. M YISU i. riSZ APPLE CKEESS. !3AM CHEESE. AND CREAM CHEEiE. (iE V YKRS. At Fresa rCKarr every , Or a ii. Milk, aii.l People's Mixe I. kuu.t ckacic;; -, e:ou!it:.r, s t-a FUE4II Hl'TliJK. and FAilll.Y' t'IUir;BHK U). Togeth;r wi:h ail I-upo-iet Crackle-" if , GKO. M YKK. FRESH iRiSH OA f r.lCAL. Imnerihl Oat- Aleal, in 1 a id 10 pound puckigi'S and New rixtra Mess Mackerel, at GEORGE rVSYERS. 11 & 1 3 SOUTH FRONT ST , IM Pirn ProaD! Emliol. v irixrr-cr.ivss work. STATIONERS, P.llfiTERS ANQ BliDER3; i.iTUftninurD uinuufiMriiiuw oct 12 6m te - - s WILL. 1IAVK A CHAN': 1 HUHSOXY . OCT. 2S7H, "lf?T Co-s:Silhig of F-i..-.h 'atre-nf. Bmneti? Kib oou. a-i.i rli-wer. The tad ere ittl. . lully invited to eaii. K. A i.UM VFS, Kin oar in in 01 Fa h.on. ciitai-l ISO. 4) turULi Ifioat St. WIL&tiHSTrtjg SOLUM ; U0USTA RAILROAD CO: UFMOSt'"- HF-.'l. BiTEriMiMlJM- WitniKaTOiN. O., Jaryl, 1573. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE OnkBd ;tr Sunday, Jaly 4th, the tollow Ing schedule ill be run on this road : MQHT E1PREK8 AN PAfeSKKOEK TRAIN, (Llaily). uobtc vt umington..... ...... ........ 6 ?S P M Iieare riorence Arrive Columbia... " An i? ut a 12.'.D A.M . 4.1S A. ttf. Leave Angasta Leave Columbia.... Leave Florence "". Arrive at Wilmlnirtoii. . .V. " MU.H 4.15 P.M .15 P. M 1.10 A. M 7.10 A. M i-assenger eonz Weal will take this at 6.25 P.M. beyond tsdu jibta, Train, leaviuc WUminsion Day Pasncnifer Tralu ifatly (except lunduy.); teave Wilmington 6 1 a M Arrive at Florence P M Iave Florence ',i'. m Arrive at Wilin'niirtoii t '-i p Connects at Klorence with V.k'.' "ti ains for Charleston, and wirb Freight T rain with Pas senger Coach attached tor Oolumbia Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. J THROUGH FKE'GHT 1 KAlN, (Ually e cept Sundays.) vvnnitngten l.oate rluretioe Arrive at Columbia Leave O Ir.mbta Leave F'orence Arrive at Wilmingtivn..'". .7.7.".." LOAI FKKIOIir THAINS, . 1.55 P. . 1 40 A.M .. 9.00 A M. fi.Sn 1" M. .. 4JH A. V ..311 1. M wi-h PAS- .i-..rr r- . Vat O Bt T.HCIlt a . ieav e Vi'miiic '" yvcaAnyn, TiKri-y and Matnrdvn t . "'''"' as 'v'i'jumKton en ilcn- iiay, Weiintsdsjs an i rTi.L-iyn as 5 i p.ai PatHeuKer tor OL-.rict-.n , o!runhia n.id aujjuMaand bey,.u t- .1 take oiht Et prt- fain tr'-m WiJriia. uji. , "Tft10'i?a .sleeping om on 'litbt Iraim for Oharleeton aid Aut asi a. t.Kg Nifc!MN. . , tu'l:l'ii-eiintndent J3'v 3 J5f.-tf VILMIHCT0N AMD WELDGK RAIL RGAD COMPANY. OFFfO OF USnl-Ril H trr I? Sil HTa D K HT , Wtntta..N. t, .Jure s, ;m'D. M 3 ezmgk &$m m&m (3IIANGE Or riUMliJrLE ill'li l':''-l I '1 1 I f - v 1 ,jn tbo w. w. K"r-iad wiu mo follows JtfAli TKAIN. Um TT:i!'v. I)-pct (i- -ett Snnduyl t .....7.SS A . M Arrive . 'i.JfNirp r 11-4 A M k.-kv iSmct at l.MJ'.M. VV !dvn at , S 40 I . M U?ve WflriO'.dii'y . 1'.".r5A.M rr n ItooJ-v f.'ount H 4I A . M ' Qi."7tr.:.t UU . M 'Tr.iori '-ryt.: I . M KXfttftS TH.I 4K!) TIlKOfJGH FliBfliHT TBAIN. - , e 1. t.ft P .':l P !h . lUViA hi. JH.ii. l . C tk; A. r.f . 7 i F. M ..... . "SOP M. , 'V.M A.M. ... . C i. yi -lo-.t.m at V.' es" ' j-rlTf it 1 1, i.t. :,-.-- : hu " --ck, f-! i t. " it'.ri. -. . . .. uv. 1V !i1',r-. !; . .'.. t''v it R-.-t- V-io.t a. -.in HIT Ml '1. V lit 1 ... -.. ) - . . ft . .!-.' 5 -sir 9, .V ! : V ! ' ' A.. V.T . st- 1 1 -;7--. - it K, -, I MIT, -. 10 iS'8. " iitt it , Change oi Schedule On !". Passo 1 HtV.-r 2j:ti i-.st.. , V.I . 1. i ti a:.i.- wi 1 tn r.ssar artri .viail Train 3 Ii ,Sni'l:n erc-3it.;d. ) 't" i,n'i.i,. ... i' HA1 U'lTf in ' .rlottc O 7 (H)l"1 I ev . :nm .i t.- ai 8 .HO A M Arrive i- HnP ,;o f-..' ... I' -t insOA M. '" K.:H lo " llJl SM ."rrttat "bar ot-- : 4ri I' V Ve.'Vf ! i'';e ft! 3;ii ArriT" -it vft'ilr'-oton ai. T:0i.' I'M Fast Freiaht and PassertRe T ains i".'. Leave "Jrilmlj'utoi V. .,. 0 ' F Arrive at C!i-.r!ott i.t 8 IS A M U-i.. barltn'e at 5 Si P M Arrive In Wiln-.tngron 8 00 A M t!J Pivi-cr'aer triin leiei Wilmir-pton oon Titt t'uijf cKkh! y with tfirf Air LiLe lo i.tiata. Connections. VniiiecfF f.t Wi' n.iiig'ini with iinilrit'. .i St We d. n. ii ' Wiliinaini., ' ol'mbia Ac. gui '. liiliro'ul'. -senii-we-dilv New York n.) i ri-rw k!y hiliimnre and week' Philj lel I liia St-'aj'tter!", and tho tliver Boai to Fsj tttcvill" Oon'iects at i5hrlote titli tt V'-rt'i t'aro i'.M Kiilnu Via'ii'tt.' -in! M f ief K il-ri-..'. barlotte ."J Atlanta A r l!n.', Bi't e'rtirbitte tVnni'i'a a?i 1 .ni;nKti Kai'roisd. Ti.u-sni-t lvit.j; ti.i' wh ;. Wwi. "Noribwesi -fl ..mtli r..t wli!-. a 'h.: t aud cheap line Iz It.e SfHtioard ai.d f.nroiiL-. t i.nr i;n'.li-hin O. HiiTWay sched .'' ii)p ti tip n-riT --.c-'. Tv-i tra n lesvi- r ""'i n inidou SrtT.iai'i1 at tic by Sun- 5 I'.il .. d tv . mil nut tun thriuh to S. ! .'uotir a- . JilEBOM, id Sapi r'.-ute-dtcv. HOUSE. J. 0. H0HL0P GO. 1' Wf Prnrt xre:t, Bn,t more PASLOR KEATET-S. CDQKINC STOVES. ilLUfiNATORSi i 1 V FURNACES. R;1S ANI1 GRATIS n -i toves rt-.airt-.i. . ' , ' ' 1 i rep 1 d.V vv'm ,-: COriUON 3l TURNER, general nsurance agents FIRE. UfE MARINE. ; Retiresn t .." th? IjivrjHoi tiiid Lirdo Gl "-, ' o'licr - - - iFiRST-CLASS j ' ''''' Wi-U . om i" d aH t.-of FIICTY XvlII-IilON DOLiTjATi.fcj I Ittoc 4-pti. k '" V "i-e Uii.'.-.r llai ri -; I .wi-. J"!! Wa'rr 'tret. tctl'. iiiil IniS tore and t Arrive : , too, J3rri:ls tYRur. 2,000 SACKS SALT, 500 SACKS FIXE r-ALT. i 1,000 RACRELS FLCUR. il 'UL' ll.illl.n'-iD CASCii S2i Ui 1". N W ' ii : . t. A N :-t , I M A K A U A , and M' LA-SK-. AND Per oraj aaei.iton given to a!i t rj Tg. BINFORD, CROW iC0, I ottll