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2.00 FOR ONE YKAR. Index to New Advertisements. V. V. GtLKS Well-." r. F. Jf. Hkaktt Turnip s-red. J. I. Aknoi.k Jouesboro High School. Jltv. Vm. A. Hakkis, D. D. Weslejan Female In- u . j:. u"ilox- American and Italian Marlle. p. S. IVaitt a Uko.-Special notice. N Kr.AX Wakeuovse-special notice. I.kvy hampiou Shirt Factory. Phnty molon9 and fruits of every de- tcription in market daily. A big excursion of colored people left Kalehh this morning for Durham. Mai vied at Statesvi'le, by Rev. W. B. Pre'ey. Mr. John Valker, and Miss Alice Cull r. tb. r.ro. V. A. Davis, of the Oxford Ttr'hl'fjht wMips information of a trold rerk-chain, with breast-pin attached, los at Wake Forest. Died in Ilrdeieh, Mrs. Britani. Jewell. ared 02 In W.-ke. Mr. Gabriel Myat. airrd TH. an estimable citizen In Wake. Mrs T'oos. Stevens The Xorth F'nfe pys h'&h cemplinirnt to .Tulre DilU rl of the Fuprem Court as "one of te vorv best jtu'jrs that ever sat upon the Supreme Bench.' Rev. D. A. Long has ar last set the ball in TTot inn for a ninnnmt'iit o?i the Ala-n-.nne Rerjfulption Ittlefield. See noMV of tle proeedini;s summauzed from the (t'cn.er. TIip cntrnet ha; boon advnrt:sed for a ffiv Ep;ropal r-hureh of srranit t Asbe- il It t'- be of Gothic aMthit cMir. ( rs-s'p' d, to seat 41 4 prisons, ro Faith ye CitiZ'ii- he Supreme C'iut -will to-niorow fFr?""ay henr tb" nnr?l of h Sneakis of tlip T' isl ituro in relaM-n to ,Tudr Euro's mma h reinirinLr thni to sin the School Bill. A letter to the Editor firm Ent Ten- ii'tcro rrport all the village fil'incr tip ith rofogopH from the AiTsvi-saippi allev Svi ral burdr'd hnl come to the small ti-wn f f Rofrersville. On Sunday ro1oTin he drowninj; of Vp Paksmith djuicrhters. t'1 perp'e of lV;-ur"n-t. irrludm!! six dersrvmen f dif- rrrrt d r.n itiations. h'ld sob inn sei vices at the Methodis- church. Ytr Jesse Brown, is (juite poorly this (Wfdr.esday) morning : ns is also Mrs. J. P. PrirhnH. An old fentlmnn Jock IIarr:s. a' fd 7.". di1'' in S'vift Creek vf sterdav. of pa' a 'ysis. rei:r. This disease is of dailv occur- E'sewhf re we print an articlejon Abuti or ''American Jute." The Observer has revived from W. C. Ilolman.of Clover Orohid. Alnmpnce county, ? specimen of the plant, wh'ch may prove of much value to th" South. So far as we can gather from the u't r antes of the prrss. and pf r;ors in private co-vf r?atif n, the recent railroad manipulv tif.rs 1 ave rot iven any marked degree of ?aisfartion exrej)t to a ff-w salary-diawcrs, and Ditfctoiy "Colonels." The Governor frol'cs at Beaufort, the Sccreraryof State at Warm Springs; th Auditor lias been at home in Haywood cour ty for several roorths. Easy times all around. Evert thins: moving on nicely, not even excepting salaries. The yellow fever panic has killed the Kansas exodu. The demagogues wbowere about to sail down the Mississippi cn armed gunbr at to bring up the darkeys viet armis, row refuge to even feed the poor wretches whom tfcey enticed away from comfortable homes. The Observer learns that Thos. Nor ville, a shoemaker, of Asheville, was knocked down and dangerously cut on Saturday night. He received 49 stabs nhis person. The Visitor hears that a man named Rose was killd at O'd Fort, on the game day, by a man named Rogers ybo has been jailed at Marion. Lively times in the mud cut country. " . RALEIGH, Prof. Abx. Mclver o GreeiKbtuo, Aur. 4. iil ex'inin" applicants for the Scholarrship from Guilfor i an the (J:ii ver ity. B o. Caleb B Green will ndd'-ess the 1 bird A'MMial Cen vent ion f Amateur edi tors at Gold'boro on Monday, anil will do it well; that you may depend. The iling at th "Old Tobsoco barn" College will benefit theinst'tu i n ;and ill not hurt the Rev. B. F. Long, ihe "vil'age insurance agnt," wl o !at u-ar was a can didate for Congre.s. buD p trio ically give way to Kitchen. Lieut. Wili:M. Russ. says the " M. ' Nine B. B. Club, have ac cepted a cballpng from the 4Swift foovs" of Wilson and will go down to that, j Ily little burg in a few davs to con test for the champOnship We b -t on both sides; particularly our side. The best friends of the Department of Agriculture must ?dmit that in falling shott of its proper, and possible, plane ef usefulness. We feel sura the public would be surprised if they knew pipcisely how matters sand. Next, week we purpose taking a look at things as they sand. Inj. Jr.o. W. Moore, has taken up emarte"s at the National and will proceel to isiu a new edition of his school History of North Garo'ina ; the first edition having been disposed of, we understand. Undoubt eUv she leviisuni is to b desired : aftor which the work will be all t! at is d. sirable, for i's purioso. Bid news from Warrenton. A liftle after midnight, on Sunday, an incendiary lir. d the store of J. J. I augblin. which was l urried with three other n hlings S nth of the Court House, the tlames b'-ing checked bv No wood's brick strie. A dwelling, and th d;ie rf the Warrenton AV are re ported Pinonc the losses. Tl anks to some fiiend f r an invita t:on t attend a pic-nic, to be iven in En- field, N. C, July 24th, isTO. CVmmittce of Arrangrments : Irs. E. T. Branch, Trs J. T. A'sop, Vrs. It. B. B.itt. .Mrs. J J. Rote ton. Miss Minni Whitaker. Com mittee of Invitations : (7. W. Hunter, J. J. Paris, F. H. Robertson, Jr. Col. Chas. R. Jones, of the CharJo'te Observer, in felicitating himself upon the welbearr ed success of his journal, takes occasion to say that for the ability, good judgment, and joutnaFstic enterprise of ih pper much credit is due to Messrs Jos. P. Caldwell, and J. L. Chambers. Whosoever sees the Observer will join iu a'l this, and moro abundantly.' We shall shortly p'int in epone to the Greensboro North Slate's (Registrar in Bankruptcy Keogb's organ) asseition that Gov. Vance's a1 use of Northern men drove immigrants rrom th St-te. a lengthy ex tiact from Gov Vance s official circular ad dressed to Northern home seekers (10,000 copies printed in the Fa run-f d' JfreJiain'c) soliciting them to come among us ; and as surirg them of protection for every pi t'o.il or other right and privilege. Mean while we p int elsewhere notices of the purchase of property by immigrant at Greensboro (within siidit of the Sff(feoflne) at. Salisbury, in Dividson, and in Moore coun'ies, all within '00 miles of Greens boro.' The Babies are having a good time, in the present Anno Domini. When James Gordon Bennett, of the New York Herald, became an uncle (by the aid of bis stater. Mis. Ike Bell) he walked to the cradle of his new nephew, and laid down 100 green slirs of paper- Each was a $1000 bond. It isn't avery newspaper man can give a cool hundred thousand even to his own baby, but we don't mtan to bother about it, until--we get the the aforesaid. 3Irs Cunt. Paerets baby, of England, (she was the daughter of a New York hotel keeper, whose millions bought her an aristocratic husband) has had the hotior of being the first American mothered youngster who has a Royal God-fathfr. The Prince of Wales stood sponsor to the puddgy dump ling when it was christened, recently. And now the rest of the shoddy American tuft hunters might as well shut up shop, as it were, unless they can get the Czar, or Kaiser, or King Cetewayo to "give their baby a name." N. C, THURSDAY, JULY 24, IS 79. Folks. It ?v. J. A. Oerttll, the artibt pr acher, has taken charge of th" Morgan ton Epbcopal i. hurch. and will euct a r side ce opposite that of Vr. E. S. U u t n Gov Vance i at Abbeville. ... Bb,i:-. and amily will spend some week- a- Blark Mou t-iin, a-id the r-iion round about. Is he hunting up the Governor- dead men. the ores he slaughtered during th wr because they couldn't, take a joker Dr. I). E. Kvntt, was elct'd Secret:' ry of the N.itior.al De tal Association, at Atluita ncenily. He is at Warm Spri -', M'. Ilaniso'i Watts, of Char lotte, as appears from his card .is the yo irg man who did not cowhide Ibi'-gton, the Shelby newspaper fellow, for saying some ladies were ihunk and inbehaviu- ou the street. We do iut understand how the (iiib could have been made to apply. to ladies at Cleveland Springs, but it seems so to have been applied ; though since volun tai i!y rcracted. The retr ction sIiovts hat it ought never to have been rinted. List )ear we weie solicited by Babi gton to ad vertisi the sale of hi- paprr. We gave him sl2 worth of advernsing. and answered several lttfe's in his beha f. Then he gratefully repaid us by allowing a harmless youth about Shelbv to writ ? tvo columns of Latin, Greek, poetry, c:c.. heaping ahuse upon our devoted hrad, in the mos hamr ful manner ad matter, which went forth as "editorial" in the Aurora, at tue time ve were already involved in controversy wih another party. We caivd veiy lit-.fe about it, and only allude to it, novr, by way of prelude to the remaik t! ar. no Soutlu.rn new.-paper ought to lend its columns to abuse of hues. evjn it it were tru th it tlu'v hipp-jed to act i:n vru I -nt'v. U - k- lsvuess in la iy ror? irs.' f 1 !l Southern gntl-):uau v.).il l r-!i-r shi d thi indiscretions of the sex than m dc-i them r'lig ioum tin- community Co' J. S. Baker, an Engbsh tlicr v lio etv J in he Northe n amy. -ays the -MTapt. Jud son," w ho a ailed (Jen. Dick T.y v. f r menti' n'lig hat he In I seen deal F.' le-'ils wearing breast plate-, is the not ii-us novel writ r. "Ned Buntline." who lrd an exceedingly poor reputation as a sold tr. Col Baker a s sa s he saw scores of t's brea ft-hkt, an-i kn-w t it m tt be offeivtl fo: s d. They were s "n dic.irdel, as they were h ind to alibi d little r-al protec tion. By the way, there ar spem-ns of the cuirassc-s a Fyettevil!e, and in the hall tf the I)iabct;c S cie!y at (jh el Hid. . . . I'.ro. R lenson. ot t?ie capital Leathr, saj s : Jolm Ficch of David sen harvested 02 bushels of x el lent wheat from one acre .Mr. J. G. Cox, a anerchant of iCins'o.u, h'.s made an assigmnent. . . The ti sr. woarin liceuse to practice med:cre m the UiHteO States. Eliz ibeth Blackweil, studied under Dr. John Dickson, in IS 15, at Aaiuyiiie; and now another woman-doctor, Mrs. M.oy Xoxiin of N"-w York, earns s2." 000 a ytais Better than school-teaching that ! .Mr. T. P. Dover, ux Ins returned from Florida whose Democratic (Jovernor thirdes to much of the health of Gen. M. S. Littjciiehl to allow him to c;me to North Carolina in this heated s ason. He wou'dn't gr;oit the requisition. .. .Miss Lau a Norwood, of Ieuoir, Caldwell, Co., a graduate d' Cooper Union Institute, and for several yeard a pupil of U. v. J. A. Ot-ri-ed, has been enga ged as teacher of drawing and painting at St. Gary's Dr. G. E. Mathews writes to th.e GoUUboro Mail that Judge Fowle will have ah avy following when the time cures to cln sea (Joveruor Miss Ma:y E len Jo'es, of Forsvthe, the Republic u says, is 17 years and 11 months eld. weighs C7 pmnds."and is about ol or S3 inches in height. -Her father, Fletcher Joue , a far mer in good circumstances, mar:ea I ir garet Fowler nearly SO years ago, and they have niue childien. Mary being their third child. She talks fluently, and is not mal formed in any marked degree To a c isu al observer s'te has the ppperar ce (if a two year old child." M,rj. Pat Fe sreson who was killed at the battle of Kings Mountain au hundred years ago, wore a pair of oval shaped, fcilve r kce?buckle in which tbeie were thirty-six sets that shore like aud had the appearance of diamond?. One of the buckles he lost on his march through North Carolina and offered a hand some reward to the finder but the reward was never claimed and, until a few days ago, that buckle lay buried within three hundred yards of the public square in Shel by when it was foucd, the Aurora says by a man hoeing watermelons. It is of pure silver, with 2C sets, and sockets for ten more Mrs. H. W Miller is quite ill, at tl e residence of T. M. Argo, Esq Rev. y. S. Gross, of Wilmington, held divine , service at St. John's Chapel (in Brings' j Buildif g) tt s mor ing and will ho d the , same to morrow a 7 a. M The Wheeler I fc Wilson rewine Machine office emp'ovs a ! y uns 1 dy I okvkeHj.tr. Miss L. Sheene, who is said to understand her work thor ; oughly. There ..re many sigi s ef coming j diset thrallmeiit . f the sex from former I htlp'e.ssness. ven iu the South. A girl ; had bet t r work f-r mere bread and domes than s 11 hr body and services to some un congenial husband for the s.ke of a home. Hot Folks Hi.eaHA.-And still they.ccm we mean z ! Col. B. B. Lewis and Miss Mamie Lewis, to old Point Comfort; thence to Virginia White Sulphur. Several Raleigh folk at the latter place. Chas.E. and Samuel Johnston have beti taking a Northern toiir. B. B Lewis Jr., B. M. Mooie, J. M. Dorr.mc". A. W. B.uron, Willie Bragir, Ja. Moore, and Chas. I'ol hn at. Beaufort. Mr. C. G Latt iand fanily, C. D. Upcburch and family, went moantain-ward jester flay. .. .Extract from Warm Springs letter to Rale gu Obsi icer. 'The sensation of the season has heen a runaway match, wlr rein a Presbyterian minister, a Mr. Plurkett. and a lovely girl, were t.h prominent figute. The ga'hnt divine bore otf his bride in safety, thou h her father has ds- owned her." Jude Settle and family have returned to Givn-boro for th sum mtr Miss Mary Hufiin of Hillsho'O is visiting H'ckory. . . .Mrs John W. Mdler nd Mi.-s Bettie Williams of Cfarlot.re ar at Cleaveland Spri' g ; ,ii-s Sims and Miss Abernathv aro a. Inoir. . . .Mis S'tdie Lyon of Oran je. and Misses Nannii .Mi eheli and Tazzie Ludis, of Oxtord, a e viai ting Hender.-on. Miss O M Taylor, of ilson, is visbing Hi koiy ; as is also Mr ;. Gritlbh of Kerner- vilb- One of the Wa m S)r:ngs ba ,d was l:ownod while ba'hing. Mu-t have jnenty of mint ral w?.t r iq) th rj Mrs. Rufus Johr.t-on an I Miss Lu :y R id are at Old .Pom ; which is b con i"g q- ite a f v ie with North G.ir lina folk. Mr .1. E. Br ,wn, R:v. Z. Doty, and Ir I. II. Fousfc ar . oi He- d ronriJle. . ...W. W. Fleming, Willis Pg am. B u McA len, a 1 othes a e a' doi: Pv lie way we give t'ds w;jek a ch.irm- ing n stle fioma charming an t gif;ed lady iiie'd wh-se p n makes us realize the c -ioh rifa al delights of t' e mountain reiofi nm st t i ta izing vivMne-s. . . .M:ssMolli 2 Pesciul and Mi s Macie Albiitsoa. are vis iti g Mrs. W. F. Crai.-g. at: Marion, aid wi 1 l'O to Ashevilie .Mrs. Kate De Ros- se t 3d are-, and .Mrs Dr. Curtis, of Hil's b to, ar- vis'tiog in Hickory. A Big Pile of Money. Raleioii, N. C, July 1:2 JIt ssr.s Kditoiis : Can you inform m bow much money has been spent by the Department of Agri'vdlure, ad vvhat b:.ne ti :. it has been totiie armeis of North Caro lina? Yours, ccc, Okasgk. We have neither 'ime, nor sjaoe, to an swer our correspondent fully th s week, hu", wo larn from the Srate Aud-tnr's books that the sums pr'd by the StaUi T-ea-urer to ihe Board of Agr culture are as follows : From Apr 1 "77 to Sept. 30. 77 Fiom S p "77 to S-pt. 30. '73 From Sept. "78 to July 1, "70 9 5, S5 17.127.50 18.5u0.50 41,228.35 Including the largt films ordered by the recent meeting of toe Board (part of which mi dit have bee ea-iiv saved) ;h? total will run ti about FIFTY THOUSAND DOL LARS for thebiief period of two years, or thereab uts. Have the farmers of North Caroli ia de rived fifty thousand dollars worth of herpe tic ? The subject deserves discussion. Grange Circular. Wakrentox, N. C, July 19, 1879. During the latter part of Auguit and in September I prop'se to make a canvass through the counties of Granville, Peron, Caswell. Alamance, Orange, Chatham aDd Wrake in behalf of the Grange interest and the farmers movement. Any dormant Grange that desires to revive, or any active one that wishes 1113 to be with them either in public celebration or private meeting wi 1 please give me due notice so that I can arrange a reguDr series of appointments. Address me without delay at Warrenton, N C. W. II. Cheek, Master. VOL IV SO. 15 "Pin afokk" on a Kru. Si;ir and Hhal Water at Pkovipknck An audience of between 2.00o at tl 3.t . 0 as.-, mbh d at the Park a'd' ii to witm-ss the opf-ning prfr manoe of the comic pera. H. M. S. Pina fore, ' in the op n air and "on a nal slop on nal wa'er." fheie had been a fear that the Hinging, ami especial y the dialogue, might n it be d v inct'.y heard, even by those nearest th slop, but triis fear was il most entirely dispelled. With one r two exc-ptions, after they go, fairly into it, both siogirg ami dialogue were heard tasily to the furthermost portions of the .ai bence. The chorus of the sisters, cousins and MintH, as they left the 'auding in the small boats to beard the ship, was very pn-fy. Tho good ship Pinafore, moo-ed in tie lake, is 110 feet long. She was fully ligrd, and a inau-of-wars inau pu s -nt pr- no'ii ecd her e xcendingly well otr n up Her hails were loosed to a bunline," her iMiu-ilo k poit were closed, but ou the m .in d- k wero four broidsid guns and two boat howit z rs ; there was tue wheel in fr.uit of th cabin, the oapsa the ropes cited up around th life rail, the starh- ard anchor down in short it was a good n presentation of a sbip-of-war. The ore lies ia w;is out of siG;ht. in the forecastle, but not "out of sound."' The aeti -n was iu the centre of the main d ok, and wle n die sailors le partd they went down the fort-hatch, while th- Admir.d. the Ctptiie, and ids lovtily daughter, aed the siatt-r-, cousins, and au'its disaj.pe.:r d at th" proper timjs i t the cabi'. Whot Littlo Buttercup c itne on boani sh 'atne m a boa-, alone, was nwt at the st.ub.ard gmc way by arallmt tar, and snt; th lir.-t f-tanzi vvhiU in the boat. The sisters, C 'liius and aunts arrived iu the samewav. H'h ! litt boat c n a;i:ing Sir. Joseph and H'ibatr'ved (here was a commotion cn b 'ar l. Thre was a halu'e, a d the ardi werj m mned by men who w-r as rgil? ami evidently unders o d wim'. 'b.-y were about as though they w.-re ri man -of wars men. Then ih'-re whs a fiie of ma jin 'S win d 1 th ir dutv. o- .- Iiy the silent drit), s well as to win merited applause. Wiien th.e Adniirt! hd't the ship with Hi.b he sang his 'd'oi the Monarch of the Sea,' after he had boi;dd the mall boat, and whde preparing to start. And over ail ami above ;dl was ihe s'aangJness of the Mir r. 'uotlirgs th water and the sky. the re lb;etion of ih? opera in tie lake, the trees, the imiven-e audience scatt red aroinal tho sliore of the lake, givii g a nov 1, not to say wi'.rd, appearance. -O- - Map.RIKD I:i Mor roe, Mr T. A. (iritns- ley and Mi.-s iMckett K uid dl .. tanburtr. July 10. Capt. Thon.a.s n ''). Spar .1 (du ston, "the Senator from Buncornhe. and Iirs Leila Bobo, daugloer of S'mjps.ni Bob"1, Esq , one of th. wealthiest iiomj in upper South Carolina. On the 17i'.st.R'X ejection v. 'f i!rd by a fearful wiud a i i hailstorm. Numo-'-r-less trees were upr i-do'd aud sevrd toiirs of fence u:tralv sw.pt away. A ta'ge quantity of co4t')n was hi - vn up tin roots an I carried ro a neighi 1111 ti"M. one orchard 75 fruit t re-a ere and man v more badv damged tdown m; Numbers of houses were b-wn down, but o liven lost. A" one farm a v fman was the only occupant of the dwelling-boils', and six out houses -were blown down around her. Shts m br.dly fright ened that she fell into a tra ce and came near bfd'g buried aliv. Her friends made a'l the preparations for tho hv er.d and were about to star', for tho grave when sh1 suddenly revived and de elined to arend iri the capacity of corpse. This stopped the fu'ieral. Scarcely a chim -ey in the neighborhood escaped the wind, and evral were blown to the roof with such force that they broke 'hrough and fell to the first floor. Observer Corres pondence frcan Bertie county. The Rev. Henry J. Munson, of Worcester, Mss., aftr preaching a s -rmon on the holiness of matrimony, stepped down from the pulpit, said than he hd been to.o l-'ng a wid(jver, and requested Mi Matiie Eaton to come forward. Miss Eaon complied, and the clergyman, to the cougreg .tion'a astonishment, married himself to her after the Quaker form, each vowiDg to be faih ful to the other. Sun rise prayer meetings at the Salisbury St. Baptist Church during this week, and a chuich conference will be held on Friday n'ght. to pray for Divine guidance in the selection f a pastor to take the place of Dr. Piitchard. Visitor. 1 ' 1 n 1