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T KIa-;i-vn Tuesday, Nov. 4.
THOMAS A. IIEXIHilCKS.
van governor :
ALFRED M SCALES,
of Guilford. -
l ti: LIEUT. GOVERNOR:
CIIAULES M. STEDMAN.
ot' New Hanover.
Hi: SECRETARY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
H R STATE TREASURER:
DONALD W. RAIN,
rou auditor :
W. 1. ROBERTS,
of (Jates. .,.
i ou attorney-general:
TUKODORE F. DAVIDSON,
ekintendent of public ix
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A:m.(IVIE JUSTICE SUPREME COUKT:
A. S. MERRIMON,
W. II. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES
Mr. O'Connor, a Nationalist, the
feeder of a public house, has been
elected. Lord Mayor of Dublin.
The Tresidio County 'ews, of Texa?,
tailiid to receive its white paper a few
dvsagoui time, and was obliged to
print Us edition on ordinary yellowish"
brown wrapping paper.
Boston has a fond mother who. seeing
her boy astride the rampant wooden
lion of a merry-go-round, made hi in
stantly dismount; but she let him con
tinue his ride on the back of a camel. .
During a week in June last there
were in Paris 387 marriages and 1.153
births. 2Jl of the births being illegiti
mate, though of the 291 were imme
diately recognized in the legal manner.
Notwithslandiiiff many reports to the
contrary, the cholera seems to have
taken firm hold atToulon. The number
Pt deaths per diem increases, and the
oxsgea cure which it was said they had
discovered proves of little or Ho value.
"No scholar in this country." says
the Boston Transcript, "is gifted with
such special erudition as to have been
able to produce the oration delivered
.before the Phi Beta Kappa by Professor
Jebb and no one of our public speakers
would have delivered it so poorly."
Ex-Senator James R. Doolittle, of
W iseonsio, after a loDg retirement to
Private life reappeared in public at' the
Chicago Convention. He "was in the
Greeley Convention in Baltimore. The
N'evv York Times revives a damaging
scandal agaiDst him.
u is asserted on eminent engineering
authority that the best wood vet discov
ered, for railway sleepers iszapote. used
JfUhis purpose in Mexico. It is essen
lyatropicaltimber, and is exceed
lnSty durable for outdoor or indoor
orK above or below ground,
Keifer has repented of his intention to
rehre to private life. He now declares
at he will not retire unless compelled
0 He has entered the contest for a
niination. and proposes to go back to
"gressor know the ieason why. Un-
1CSS an signs (ail, ho w'-U find out
reasoQ in a plentiful lack of votes
A Maine man is making a fortune
mQnfacturing white plumes ot his
a invention out of the wood shav-
2s- He says he can supply the Blaine
Qbs with a good imitation of a $5 os
ir'ch feather for filtv oonts Tho Sav.
aiwVews says: What the BlainC
jen most need now is a few hundred
-uuq wooden voters that can be
med o2 as genuine.
TT . " :
' e invito tl,n r
. aiicuilUU Ol ClurUll.lx.CU9
ttefactthat first quality shirts are
e ing made to order at one dollar at the
wuxaintton Shirt Factory. U.
VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C. SATURDAY, JULY 12,
INDEX TO KEW AnvFBTlSEMEilTS.
F C Miller Conundrum
Cleveland and Ilendrlckb
IIeinsberoer Base RUlsad Rata
P Hkinsijekger Grand Excursion
.To Subscribers Telephone Exchange
Good Temi-lars Family Excursion
C W Yates Bool: seller and Stationer
SIunds Bros. & DeRosset Yachtmcn
Day's length 14 hour3and 22 minutes.
There was one bale ol cotton received
at this port to-day.
There were no interments in liellevuc
Cemetery this week.
Sunset to-morrow afternoon at 1G
minutes past 7 o'clock.
There was one interment an adult
in Oakdale Cemetery this weik.
The ! Register of Deeds issued two
marriage licences Lbis week, both for
There were seven interments in Piue
Forest Cemetery this week, three of
which were adulU and four were
In the First Haptist ChunJ to-mor
row morning Dr. Fritchard's sermon
will be especially addressed totheyoung
There wi'l be services at the Second
Presbyterian church to-morrow at 11
a. ni. and 8 p. m., conducted by the
Rev. R. C. Reed, of Virginia.
We learn that M. W. II. Branch, col
Lored, will take the stump for Mr. Elijah
Hewlett or Sheriff, in oDposition to the
present incumbent. Branch r3 also a
caudidate for the legislature.
This has been, most emplwlicaly, a
hot day. There has been some breeze
stiring in exposed situations,
where the sun has had a chance
the wind none the heat was great.
Mr: II. G. Smailboncs, whi c c idl
ing up from Greenville Sonnd this
morning, shot near the Sound a bird
which is a peculiar one here. It is lit e
a stork and like a pelican but it is r ot
either. It measured six feet from tip
to tip of the wings.
We are glad to learn that the condi
tion, this morning, ot Mr J. B. Mun
son was much more favorable than it
has been tor the past few days. The
fever had mitigated considerably and
all the symptoms were decidedly for the
Bteamboatmen report that the Cape
Fear is so low that navigation has be
come troublesome The recent rains
along the course of the river seem to
have been drank up by the thirsty
earth, and none of the streams tribu
tary to ttc Cape Fear have been swol
len to any no.iceable amount.
. As will be seen by an advertisement
elsewhere in this issue Harmony Tent
No. 19, I. O. of G. T., will give an ex
cursion to Smithville and the Forts on
the 17th inst. , on the Passport. The
committee of arrangements will spare
no pains to make the trip pleasant and
agreeable to all who may wish to en
joy a day on the river and at the sea
side. " T
There is a rumor, which comes to
our ears on tno 'oreezes mat geniiy
blow," that the young men of Seaside
Park and others living in that vicinity.
on the Sound, in connection with gen
tlemen from this city, will give Mr
D. II Scoville, of the Seaside Park
Hotel, a party and "hop" on Monday
night next in honor ot his birthday
The nominations have been the
subject of much comment to-day
among all classes of our citizens, and
in nine cases out of ten the people are
highly pleased at the result of the Con
vention's work. Numbers have said
during the day that they proposed to
vote for the jext President. They had
voted for candidates heretofore, but
this lime they would vote for the Presi
J. II. Moore, colored, was brought
belore the Mayor this morning charged
with disorderly conduct. According to
his own statement, a party of colored
boys, of which he was one, found a col
ored man asleep, and in a freak ot sport
they thought to set him on Ore would
be a nice way lo awake him. Accord,
ihgly one of the boys got some shavings
and placed them around the teet of the
sleeper, while another ot the number
set them on fire, Moore being merely a
spectator. He was sent below for 10
days and warrants were issued for the
arrest oi the others.
E. Pearce, colored, disorderly con
duct, was discharged..
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
roo Young to Die.
We are pained to learn of the death,
in this city, last evening, of Roger, eld
est son of our our esteemed fr.end, Col.
Roger More, of this city. He was a
bright, promising lad, a great favorite
with all who knew bim, and gave much
piomise of a future of usefulness and
honor. He was but Utile more than 16
years ot age. Verily, whom the gods
love die young." -
Won the Pi ze. j
Mr J. E. Shepherd, whose father re
sides in'this city and does business on
the S. E. ca rper of Chestnut nd North
Water Street, a student at Louisville,
Ky., Medical College, won j the gold
medal offered by Prof Qopmes. of that
jnstituiion, lor the best notes on his
'' Clinical Lectures." Thus it is that
infa quiet and unobtrusive way the
sons of the Old North State are mak
ing a shining mark in the world.
For the Lake, i
Agiand family excursion to Lake
Waceamaw will be given on Wednes
day next under the auspices of St.
Paul's Ev. Lutheran Sunday School.
The Committee, ot which Mr. W. H
Strauss is the Chairman, will spare no
pains to make the occasion a pleasant
and agreeable one to all. Espercial pains
will be taken to see that there is ample
seating room for all and refreshments
will be served on board the train.
For Washington City.
The special train which is to carry
the excursionists to Washington city
will leave Front Street depot on next
Monday altcrnoon and all who would
propose taking advantage of the oppor
tunity, and who have not yet supplied
thetnselvc3 with tickets, should see to
it at once. The fare tor the round trip
is only $7 and such another excellent
opportunity to yisit the Capital will
not, in all probabity, present itselt lor
a twelve months to come. I
To Iteinove. j
We are very sorry to bear that Mr
J. A. Springer, of this city, will re
move shortly to Alabama. He hasdis
posedof his business here toaparty from
Charlotte who will take hold of it in the
Fall. Mrl Springer takes j this step
entirely because of the fact that his
health needs a more Southern climate
and that be has been recommended by
his physician to make a change. We
shall part with him with a great deal of
Mr. R. II. Whitaker. of Raleigh
Grand Worthy Secretary , of the
Grand Tent of Good Templars of North
Carolina, is expected to arrive here on
the night of the ltfth inst. Hej will be the
guest ot Harmony Tent, NoJ 19, I. O.
of G. T., while in the city, to whom he
will devote some hours in imparling
instruction in the works of the order
He will probably join them in their ex
cursion down the river on the 17h inst.
Mr. W. P. Canaday, Sergeant-aU
Arms ot the U. S. Senate, ha3 returned
to the city. j
The Grand Military Ball given at
Smithville last night by the Smithville
Guards was a splendid success. There
was a large attendance of ladies and
gentlemen, the Italian band, ot this
city, furnished the music and dancing
was kept up until a late hour. The
arrangements were all that could be
desired and the management may be
complimented upon their skill in mak
iug everything pleasant anil agreeable
to the many dancers. Alter the ball
had closed the Italian band and Kerel
ty Quadrille band ioined their forces
and gave the people of Smithville the
benefit of a most delightful serenade.
The Confederate Corn.
Goldsboro Bulletin: A few weeks
ago we received from Mr. TiF. Bagley,
of Wilmington. N. C, a sack of corn
forwarded to us to be sold for the bene
fit of the North Carolina Soldiers'
Home. This is one of five sacks dona
ted by some federal soidiers of Fort
Scott, Kansas, to be sold and the pro
ceeds to be used for th purpose above
We put up this corn in pint sacks
and offered it tor sale a few j Saturdays
back and though the bidding was not
very spirited we raised $0.75. The
most of it was re-donated by the pur
chasers and consequently the sack- is
about fall. We propose to offer it
again, if not before, on the occasion of
the Fruit Fair here on the 30th and 31st
insts.. when we hope that a good sum
may bo realized. .
. Everybody in want of Paints, White
Lead. Glass &c., should go to JacoePs
1 to get best qualities and lowest pricc?t
j - . " i
Meat aucl Greens.
The display of mefct3 and vegetables
especially the latter at the market
house and viciDity thi3 morning, was
the best we have ever seen in the ciiy
of Wilcuineton. It would have done
credit to ihe market of any city in the
country, so far. a3 quality is con
cerned. Of;course the quantity was
not large enough lo supply the demands
of larger citjes, but the variety was
Urge and the quality as good as the
best. The improvement in this parti
cular within the last few years has been
marked, and the truck farmers seem to
be possessetLwith a spirit of emulation
to see who can bring the best products
of the soil to market.
The tollowing very interesting cor
respondence between Mr.F. L.Meares,
of the Wilmington Light Infantry, and
ex-President Jefferson Davis, an hon
orary member ot that Company, will
be read with much interestand pleasure
by all :
Wilmington, N. C, June 12, ISbi.
lion. Jefferson Davis Beauvoir. Miss:
MYDEAKbitt: At the anniversary
celebration of the Wilmington Light
Intantry, held a lew evenings since, a
toasGvas offered to ''Jefferson Davis
Our beloved honorary member.
In replying to it XJol. Roger Moore
offered the following resolution, which
was unanimously adopted, viz : That
i he Secretary be instructed to write to
Mr. Davis, saying that we had thought
of him on this occasion, and that ev
ery member of the company and their
invited guests joiued most heartily in
the toast to the venerated and es
Permit me, sir. in forwarding these
remembrances, to attest the unanimity
of feeling existing among our members
in their veneration and regard lor you :
their full kuowledge of the trials you
have experienced and the 'sufferings
you ro nobly endured, in behalf of the
South ; their appreciation of the great
honor you have reflected on the South
ern people in bearing with such manly
fortitude the results of the war for se
cession. In the remembrance ot these things,
let us hope that the future ot our coun
try may brighten each year that in
stead of discord and antagonism be
tween distinctive sections, each may,
iu a measure, depend upon the other
tor its mat -rial development; that with
a harmonious combination of influ
ences she may surpass all other coun
tries in the attainment ot a position of
wealth ana renown. Allow me, sir,
betore closing, to tjive expression to the
great admiration I have tor you. an
admiration imbibed in my early child
hood and strengthened by ma'ure.r
knowledge and reflection upon your
life and character. It is a proud
privilege I have in admiriugthat name,
around which cling the hearts of a no
ble people; a name that imparts addi
tional glory upon the rarest and high
est virtues possessed by that people.
Again extending to you the highest re
gard and best wishes ot our company,
believe me. sir,- with iircat respect,
your obedient servant,
F. L Meakes.
Mil. DAVIS' KEPLY.
' Bkauvoik, Miss., July 7, 1881.
F. L. Meakes. Esq. Dear Sir: I
received and read with feelings of deep
gratification your letter informing me
of the toast and resolution adopted at
the anniversary celebration of the Wil
mington Light Infantry.
In the eallant defence made by- our
people of the- inheritance their lathers
left them, North Caroliua rendered her
full quota of service. The many fields
dyed with the blood of her best and
bravest testify as well to her valor as
to hr fidelity. Nothing could be more
consolatory than to receive assurances
that such a feeling as you express
animates the great body of
vour noble people. It is worthy and
characteristic of them to find in my
misfortunes cause for increase of re
gard. A less magnanimous people
would have turned in the day or disas
ter with criticism and reproach upon
Please give my special thanks to Col.
Roger Moore for hiskind consideration.
and accept for yourself my cordial ac
knowledgement of the sentiments to
wards mo which you so generously ex
press. hver faithfully.
xoar inend ana Drotner.
After Twenty Year.
Milboy. Mifflin Co.. Penna.
Mrs. John Gemmiil, ;in 1864, injared
her spine and was partially paralyzed
for nearly twenty years. She was ad
vised to use St. Jacobs Oil, the con
queror of pain. ' The - first application
gave instantaneous reiiet. ieiore ine
second bottle was exhausted she was
Base Balls and Bats
QF ALL KIND3.
Himmocks, three Unas, very latest sijier.
Lottos, two sizes.
B C Cards and Blocks,
Kubber Balls, all sizes. )
K'-tcher Harmonicas, the Tery best.
Tlolins, Guitar and Banjo Strings.
Italian Violins and Violin Bows.
Just received and for sale cheap at
Uto Book tad Uulo S texts.
I " III M I I
Church Services To4Morrow.
St. John'3 Church, corner Tlinl an-1 IU 1
Cross streets, llcv. James Carnchacl. 1. I)..
Hector. Fifth Sundav after Trlslty, July 1U,
:s.M Holy Communion at T.SOio'clock, a! iu.
MorolDj; Prayer at 11 o'clock. Junlay School
at 5 o'clock, p. m.'E veiling l'rayiratG o'clock.
First Baptist CJmn-h, comer ok Market 'and
Filth &trtU. Itev. T. II. Pritchard, I. !.,
pastor. Sunday Scho 1 at 3..'o a m. Services
at 1 1 a. m . and S.15 p. m. Prater and Piake
niretiug Thursday night at.8 ,15 "o'clock.
Second Presbyterian Church, corner ot
Fourth and Campbell streets. Jfervlccs at 11
a. m an t S i. m., ivniiuctcd by the Kcv K C.
Ueed. Sabbath .School at 4 p. m.
St. Paul's Evan. Lutheran Church, corn-r of
Sixth and Market streets, llev. F. W. K. IV.;
chau, Pastor. German tervlcc at 11 o'chx k,
a. m. Eplinh services at Ko'cjlock. Sunday
School at U.U0 a. m. W. 11. . Strauss, Sujeriu
tendent. i '
: Fifth Street M. K. Church, rlwtkveen Nun and
Church streets, lie v. XV. J. Jlull, Pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and H.p m. Clas meet
ni; at p. ni. ; Prayer faceting Thursday even
n- at 72 o'clock.
Front Street M. E. Church, Solith, corner of
Front ;md Walnut -streets.. Kuv. Dr. K. A.
Yates, Pastor Services at 11 ni in. and b p.
in. Sabbath school at o p. in., . M. P;tki r,
superintendent. Prayer meeting and lecture
Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Christian
Association Tuesday evening after iirs.t and
third Sabbaths, at S o'clock I Seals free .and
strangers and visitors cordially Invited.
Kcligious services in Tilcstort Uper Uooru
every Suud at :i P M. Public cordially In
Seamen's Bethel, Dock between Water and
Front streets. Capt. W. J. Potter, Missiona
ry to the Seameu. Services cvCry Sunday at
10..50 a. m ami 4.UQ p. m. Seamen and all
others are cordially iiiviteu. Selits free. Part
ot the service will Imj iiiNorwcgtm, conducted
by Capt. Chiisiiansen. t
St Thomas Pro-Cathedral. Fjirt Mass at 1
a in. Second Mass at 10 a. m.L Vespers and
Benediction at So'clockpui. Daily Mass at
0:0 a m. j
Christ Clulrch (Congrcgalion;iis)Niin street,
between Sixth and Seventh., lieiv. D. D. Dodge,
minister. Preaching service,? aft 11 o'clock ' a.
ax. and 8 o'clock, p. in. Pastor's Bible Class
at 12.15 p. m, Prayer and ifraisc meeting,
Wednesday, ti o'clock, p.m. Hnnday School,
3 o'clock, p.'m.. iu Memorial llall, corner 7th
and Nun sis.
Second Baptist Church, on Sixth, between
Church had Castle streets. Kef'. J. P. King,
Pastor. Services at 11a. m. anil S p. m. bun
lay School at Da. ni. Prayer meeting every
Tuesday night. f
First Baptist Church, (col.) qjprner of Fifth
and Campbell streets, A. M. Conway, pastor.
Preaching at 10.30 a. m.. 3 p. i., and 7,30 p.
m. S. S. School at I p. in i
Third Round for the Wilmington Dis
trict of the Methodist E. Church,South :
WilmiDgton, at Fifth Street, July 12
and 13. :
Bladen Circuit, at McNatt's, July 1J
Clinton Circuit, at Goshen, July 20
Wilmington, at Front Street, August
2 and 3. j
Smithville, August 9 anil 10.
Rrunswick Circuit, at Alt. Zion, Au
gust 12 ami 13.
Whitevillc Circuit, at Peacock's, Au-
IUOLi 111 illlli LI.
Fleminirtoii Cirrinr fil- Cliirvnr's
Creek, August 23 and 21.
Elizabeth Circuit, at Furdie's, Au-
Sttst 30 and 31.
Newton Grove Mission
Grove, August 30 and 31.
oKcsDiiry uircuit, at etiiel. Sep
cniocr o and 7. 1
The District (Jonferencc? will bo held
at Goshen, on the Clinton C rcuit, com
mencing Wednesday morning, July
23d. at 10 oYlock. j
Friday morning, organization of
Sunday School Conference and Sunday
Centenary services Saturday morn
ingseveral short addresses and cen
W. II BobIjitt, P. E.
Fullest assortment ot Fijhin Tackle
can be found at Jacobi's. j f
FAMILY : EX0TJESI0N.
rjTlUE HAUMONT TENT NO. 1 1. O. OF
GOOD TEMPLARS, will givfc an excurtion
on THURSDAY, the 17th inst on the Steamer
PASSPORT, to Smithville ami the Forts. Ke
f reshmcnts at city prices. There will be music
for danclrg at Fort Caswell s, by Pascaccl's
band. Fare for l he round trip SO ccnia ; child
ren half price. Boat wiltJeave at y o'clock,
sharp. Per order of Committee,
july 12 2t eat wed Star $opy sun wed
Cleveland & Heildricks!
LLGOOD DEMOCRATS ARE HAPPY !
Victory is assured ! But to nlake assurance
doubly sure, call at MciO WAN'S "Old North
State Saloon" and trv,hia justly popular Beer
andemokeoneof his Af tor-Dinner" Clgirs. It
will put you in a good humor with yourself
and the rest of mankind, even with Ben But
ler and John Kclley. juiy 12
Grand Excursion !
WILMINGTON TO WASHINGTON CITY AND
XyiLL LEAVJ& ON MONDAY, JULY lith.
ONLY $7. Ladles and Gentlemen need- not
hesitate in regard to, going, as the undersigned
' ! '
will take charge of the three cars set aside for
white persons. A t-
Tickets now on 6ale.
: i '
For particulars and circulars apply to
julyS tf P. IISlNS BERGER.
Sabscnkrs U WiL Ttlepitee 'EicbBje.
Pkae add to your list
No. 55 Y. G. A N. Robinson, Grocery Deal
ers South Front Street.
No- 74 P. L. Bridgcrs A Co., Grocery Deal
ers. Front Street.
'No. se James C. Stevenson; Grocery Deal
er, Market Street. - K
No 13 William Gcnaust, Beer Dcaler.Noi th
Fourth Street. 1
. W: Manning, Pine Grove, IIotcL
a ' ;
Cbacges and Additions will be published in
the Daily Bevixw. Jlontiua Star and the
Surdag Morning MaiL monthly. Subscriber!
will please note them fa their lists, as publish
ed. " G. U GLASS,
jolylS It . Manager
Wwiubgia4 to roccTm conuatuiteattcB
nwa our friends on aay tad all tatJtcU.
eraeral Interest bat I
Tbe name of Uto writer most Hinji bo
S. o taelEdnor 4 ,4
t CoamrniToOoaa nsM ' bo wxltto u oal
oaotlJeof Uus ppcr. - :
And It 1 epecnny and particularly unTer
tood thti the Editor doc not always esdo ae
the views of corrcspondeata tmft ao etatt.
In the editorial colnmna.
AKW TADLK BOAHDKIiS CA!. DE
axommoi;itcl during the Summer months
at reasonable rates. PRtsant location, iroo!
attendance and the best the market affortts.
iractoient boanlcrs accommo.Jatcil by tho
lay or week. MHV RORKUT I.KK,
, H3J Market Street,
julylllydAw vYH3ilcgtontM. C,
N AND A.FTEU THIS date
HIC hl-IIC'HHC oi luc r
re LOUl-K will 1-c M-ril'
ndar. i n J
Tne-lar, Wednesday, Hmrsday and Friday
at 4 O Clock, li. Til rclnntn Viv Rmllhi-liu
at..I.a ni. On Saturday leave Wilmington
at y a. m. ; returning, leave SmuhvJlle eair.e
day, at 4 p. m. in Sunday fcaro' Wilmington
at y a. m. ; rcturntng, gam- day, arrlvo at Wil
mtngtcn at 7 p. m. July 11 2t
Yachtmen 1 1;
gPl.tlNDlD Be)AT SPONCB3.
MU.NDS BliOS. A DeUOSSEI.
npiNK L'iT BATH SPONUK.
Wilmington, N. C, July 8a?.1V.,,V...
QUICKEST liOUTE TO ASIIEVILLV5,
Warm Springs and other Western North Car
ollna Ecsorts. - -
Through Pullman Palace S'ecpingCar
irom Goldsboro -to AshcvlUc and Warm
Springs, connecting with J a. m . Train from
. T. M. KUKOSON,
july 8 twk Star copy Gen'l Pass. Agt.
p JK WUIGIIT3VILLE SOUND, will Cie
bouthcrland's Stables DAILY at C P. M. shan.
Bcturniug, will Kave Sound at 7 A. M. sharp
junc 25lf T. J. SOUTIIKHLjAND.
For the Campaign.
rilUE POLITICAL CABIPA1GN UPON
L which the icople of North Carolina arc
just preparing to enter will, beyond all ines
tion, bp one of great excitement as well a ono
of vital importance to them. It will bo no
All that is needed to Insure Democratic suc
cces aiid continued prosicrity to the State is
a plain, truthful statement of what are now
the facta of history, or arc dally becoming so.
The reasons for Democratic victory, andlhe
even stronger reamii3 for Republican defeat,
are abundant, and it id the purpose of
to do ltd full part Li laying thcai lforo the
As the best means in IU ower to this end,'
and in answer to appeals, the Register will
be f urnlbhcd at such low rates as to pnt it in
the reach of every one during the present State
and Presidential "ampalsns.
, If wo all do our full duty, victory will sure
ly be with us; but that duty will leave ut no
idle time. There must be early work, late
work, work all the time.- If good govern
ment and a people prosperity are worth
working for, let us all go to work, and at once.
The Register will be furnished to Clubs,
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DOCUMENT NO 1. 181 v V
DEMOCRACY vs. REPUBLICANISM,'
Handbook or North Cajiolwa Politics
The Platforms, The Parties, and The Issues
Thoroughly Discussed. ,
The infloence of Document T!io7t Utu&l
by the Democratic State Executive Committee
in 1S82, was. generally recognized as decisive
In that year's campaign.
A similar Ilandb-ek his been prepare! for
this year's nee, and will bo Issued Immediate,
ly after the session ot the Chicago Democrat
ic Convention. ..
The Handbook will be a well printed pam
phlet of about 130 pages, 8ro , and will con
tain the fullest information on matters involv
ed in this year's elections. - ;
Document No l, for lssi, will be supplied at
TEN DOLLARS PER UUNDBJCD, 1
the actual cash ccst of typc-ectUng, paper and
press work. " '
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Address, RALKJGIX REGISTER, "s
iulyU RaleUh, N. C.
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