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T u k ukas i v lux V a y 1 rodn ra a 1 1 o n
At "St f eriud of lluir history ioce
t'io United .Vtatci became a nation has
'lliU peopln had no abundant and ho
universal reasons lor joy and gratitude
at tlie favor of Almighty !od, or been
subject, to -o profound an obligation to
" jrive t lanki lr His loving kindness,
and humbly to implore lis continued
rare nod .protection. j. .
Icallli, -wealth, and prosperity
tlirwiigiiout all our border.;"" "peace,
honor, and friendship with all the
world; firm and faithful adherence by
.. the great body of our population; to the
'.r-jficipleH of liberty and justice, which
JJhvc mndv-uur greatness as a nation,
:nd lo the wise iiihtituiions and strong
frame of goverumcat pud society which
will pcrpctr.ilc if; lor all these let the
(hanks of a happy aod united people,
as ,with oi.e vt ice, ascn.d to the tlivcr
. of all good.
I, therefore, ucommend that on
Thuraday, the 2olh day ol November
next, the people meet in their respect
ire places. cf worship to make their nc
knowlcdgifriionN tj Almighty C5ol lor
- His bounties :iud JIis protection, and
to oiler to Jlini -f rayers for their con
tinuance. ' l,n witncpH whcci I I kavjp hercuuto
, n't iny Imiid and co-used the seal of the
United States to be aflixcd.
Done at the city of WashingUiU this
first uy of November, the year of our
LotJ ouc thousaud ciglit hundred and
ciVJily, aud of the Jndepcndence of the
Unitt d elates the one hundred and fifth.
m:ai,. i . H. JIAyejj.
s liy the President:
'cretary of t?lte.
ADVICE mDEMOCRAW, . ..
'There are many Democrats, or men
wliQiVote that ticket, we are glad to ay,
who ondiiiui the artion of jho infa
mous -ra-eals who defrauded 1,040 men
of the right or sufl'mge on Tuesday thtr
--ud. instant. 15ut these same men will
allow these na'me ra-cals to perpetuate
ths san:o kind of nork on every election
day, unit hi UcpuViicans take the unit
tcr in Ivimd aud punish these fellows as
they shou'U be. 1-ut if they cannot be
punihed under the law, on Account of
the ofllcoiH'of the law being Jn sympa
thy with them, then iho Kepublicans
will hnre to risort to a. more siimmary
way of dealius withjthetn. AuianJj
not i.titUd to the right of suffrage who
will nutlight for it, ai d we lope the
' leailer of the lviuocrtie parly will
ntollect the warning we now give them.
..Thing cannot be""dne here which their
jWhite League bnthren.are in the hbil
of doii in Misais-iippii and shopld
they ever liy it again the good peo
ple of this city will' Hitler a they bare
iiuve r experienced - before, If the law
abiding Mid jjovd liliiens: cculd be
mvcd.aint the rascals properly dealt
w ul, then we -should irjoice'at iu lut
it cannot le so. Therefore, we hoe
never to again ee 1 ,K)6 Urptiblicans
. tlMrMiichind in Wilmington, "
T1IK Fiitr uiaTicT.
.Wf njiihrr from the ' QirrtiHian that
dure r btcii rerhus, fraud in the
Attmirr dutnvt, and that Urandy
U in fact elect Ve Inow that our
Jiici.d lr. J.dTiTdocs oh dral in trifles
knd that h' wou'd not take a oilioa
'whiih h ws not veto ri nerd could be
.Amoof the things don bj.n cn
taking board com pojcdvtO ltMmcraU
aud 2 Uepubiicaus, w to (hrow out
V'outou ar,d rroiklc'nce prrcincU io
i'A-'.juoUD coonty,-kirg a Krpabli
C4B Iom of 105 vote, for the reawa
thai the rolls did not epen fw
miou'.r after 7 oVlock in the mornioj,
ao4 that tbf y began to cout befere
the pull were closed.
Ttie tl:jvfjn aI tba; theetld?
; l cocJusire that (Jrapdj rijMAil
Bjority U ottr PCu, aod Uat It is io
loo of laring Irrrjulajitira. $N
Cm tfc district conUtuUng ouUageova
ft4Js apl that Urandy will rotrat
. Tttetttimrr llbcdt Ilai, in m ty
lirk foj ran cn U ikU al IVmett
"lai'ca IS Nattat&iutt, ttl i a U
W rk" Nolitwtr Um.
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THE OFFICIAL CMXVASH OF
T THE Til I III) DISTRICT.
. We prs-iii below ;bp flicial vote of
ilir tp'j'.V'.r t'oiiKitttsionai, District:
Sh tclilforcl's i iniauay
......... 471 , - ;
- . li
Minofef Ifori! appar
ent iuhJo lty 1.193
There haa already b n frauds enough
reported to bare made Mr. Canaday'a
majority 6731 orer all. In New Han
over alone, over one thousand men
were prevebted from. Toting by the
most outrageous frauds erer perpetrated'
And the Mipcrrisors are reporting every
day new ones. Mr1. Canaday has de
cided to contfpt the election, aud there
can be uo doubt of hia getting the aeat.
It is thought that many of the frauds
will be traced to Mr. Shackelford's own
political door. Hut more of that initio
future Mr. Shackelford certainly haa
not bit ii fairly elected, and cannot ex
pect to keep the seat. And it is to be
hopid that he .Jias honesty enough to
refuse a certificate obtained by such
AX Ot iK.UiE AT WAOES-'
J. 1 JA :A'ff, L't"; FoUnamtcr at Watlet
voi ot N. U , to Judge Buxton:
WAiF.r,pRo, N. C, Nor. 3, 18S0.
Dr.Au t-'i r.: I write to say to you
that I am sorry that I cannot make a
goi.d report from this place. There
was a disturbance in the early part of
iho day, which troke up the voting,
and a large number went home without
voting. I did all I could to get a fair
election, but failed. I went before the
Commissioners and asked them to give
us a legal number of Judges. They
refused to do so, aud. said if there was
any racancy oxi day of election the
ll'gislrar ctmld put on llepublicaus.
Thai also he refused to do here ir case
of a vacancy which occurred. The
Registrar acted very badly all the time.
I never have seen so much unlawful
work. The judges ruled out men clear
ly entitled to vote, and voted many not
entitled. They c" me to me in the
evening and wanted me' to try to get the
Republicans to voting again. I did not
reel it my duty, after so much illegal
work, to do anything thus, would cover
it. so I let it go by the b ard. There
were only 29 Republican votes castr
when there should have bot-u ever 300
1 huve rewrted the coudhicn to Mr,
Cooper, Chairman, aud csked Liin lo
havo,,Lle matter looked into. If the
law in not
uforceJ, wo might just as
well have no electiou. I
Lave Dot the
time t K,rc further
haste, " - -
life M ATK.
We do not undcrtaVe to give the fig
ures of the etate election this week, be
cause wo have no confidence in their
reliability so far as publ
have rcciij o many precincts thrown
out for insufficient purposes, so much
cheating and actual fraud, that we do
not pre to ! encumber cur colimns
with f what in so many.rjses will turn
iut!to be "lying figurcF.f
What is true of the reported Mate
vote is also true of the Congressional
rejwrts. There iauwt probably single
district which has not some controvert
ed point, ! and some of them have
enough to change results!
As far as the wild returns are report
ed, they assign to Jarvin from fire to
seven thousand m.-j rity, aud Jwhat is
;rue p( the gubernatorial candidates is
also fubslantially true of the rest if the
state and the PrerideDtiil tickets, al
though llar.covk pretty constantly runs
ahead of JatvU. It is aUo true that
almost mallear Buxtpa gains over
the 1ST6 rote and also over the Garfield
tote. Take for irstaece the ccantics
oi Orange, Johnson, Uiirke, lVnder,
Moore, Cumberland, artin and Bruos
wich, and almost all tb Second dis
trict, and a majority et tther couolir,
as reported, Buxton IcaJa) Uarneld.
Thejfollowlog u the T?e of rasuo
Unk county, counting tlje prrcincU of
5Jiionton;and; providence: iten,
1.C07, JaxrU, ; lirtvniy, Kejv, ,il,
Latham, Dem., &?7, for OoBgreaa.
Dar oMity has gone Cepoblicat,
andSisapsoalUep it elected to the
When that cmiorat Udy the Ut
rctoraipg beard aoeeta, cccrUtieg of
Jartia a ad all lh execUvt cfScer,
there will fc great light sh4 oa what
ta now a ssaoif t abject, a 4 without
doubt they wi'l coual UennrlTw i
WILMINGTON. .SOUTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY;
. T1IK I'KIUtTRKI) WITK Kt-8!.
" 'Iii addition to the brief ftateraeot on
the inside, we g're froui the Tine their
summary of the testimony of S. S.
Morey and James O'Brien. They will
both be indicted for peijury, if they
have not already been;
The interest in the confessions of S,
S. Morey and James O'Brien, the two
perjured witnesses who swo're in the
Phiip case that they personally cnew
the imythical U. L. Morey, to Whom
the forged Chinese letter was addressed,
was in nowise abated yesterday, and
crowds throoged the District Attor
ney's office all day, intent on learning
who are implicated by the statements
of the two men- At no time since the
exposure of the Tweed Riog has there
been more excitement among local
Democratic politicians than that which
bas been created by the abounding de
velopments which have followed the
perpetration of the Storey forgery.
The Chinese letter, which was relied
on by the Democrats to carry the elec
tion for Gen. Hancock, has proved a
perfect Nemesis to the party., and the
politicians are anxiously asking where
the avenging hand will strike first.
They found small - consolation in. the
District Attorney's office, however, yes
terday. Mr. Bell, ia whose hands the
case of thewo" perjurers rests, was as
silent as the grave, and to all questions
as to what was to be done, or who is
implicated, his one answer was. "I can't
say yet." Col. Blisi and Mr. Daven
port remained in the office, neglecting
their private business, from 10 o'clock
in the moruuig ii'itil 5 in the evening,
hurrying to and fro from one room to.
another and woikmg hard in aiding
Mr. Bell in the. work he is engaged in.
There was an air of mystery about the
office which no man 'not in the secret
could fathom. - The" only c.-rtaiuty Is
that Saaiuel S. Morey has seriously im
plicated certain prominent Democrats
of this City,. and that indictments have
already ,beeh drawn against these men.
flhcy arc will not be known unil
have beeu Arrested, wh ch will
probably be very soon. '
Ju dice-. Morgan reached the Di.-trict
Attorney's ollic3. at 10 o'clock, and,
entering an inns r room, '-sent for Sam
uel S. Morey. Tho perjured witcess
hobbled painfully into the room ou his
crutches, and took his seat. The Don.
Edwin M. StoughtoiC' Col. Geo. Bliss
Assistant District Attorneys Bell and
Rollins, John I. Davenport, and Col.
Henry J. Johnson of Cumberland, Md.,
were also in the room.. Morey' con
fession, made on Wednesday, va read
to him, aud he signed hta name. as ho
said the 'niyihic.il il. L. Morey signed
his, in a 'bold, coarseliand." James
O'Brien, who personated Robert Lind
say, was then called before the Justice,
and sigued the staiemeut inrvj-.-- by him
on Weduesday. JiHtico Morgan held
both'men to bail in the sum of $-",000
to answer before tlie Grand Jury for
the crime of peijury. These proceed
ings lasted two hours and a half.
It seems at last to bo a settled thing
that General Joseph R. Hawley Will
be elected Senator ol Connecticut in
place of William W. Katon, whoso
term expires. This arrangement seems
to hare been assented lo generally by
the leading Republicans of Connecti
cut, including her most eminent men.
TheJIIartford W yields him its cor
dial support aud the New Haven
ladium 3ys. that whatever course it
thought proper to take heretofore in
regard to General Hawley it is now
heartily in favor of his election as Sen
tor, becauye it believes hiiu in every way
fitted for the joition, aud because he
has earned it, and because he is ucmis
takably the choice of the Republicans
of the stale. There are many olu f.-iends
of the (ieccral. out of the state and in
nearly every part tf the country. whi?se
bear's w ill beat rjuickrr when 'they see
him it down in thwe au5tii h!!s.
Advices from Carbonf ar. N. F., At
that the outrage to Amrricia fishermen.
has been thoroughly inrestirstevl. Ii-
spector CrlT was dispatched to a small
point on Coucepti "n Bay, where fc, ar
rested fire la$ nJ brpsht tbcm to
Cjuhonear, where they were tried be
fore Magistrate McNeil. Four were
6doI for thrvwirg ston at the crew
of the Minnesota while they were ia
the act of taVte.; vifbsEu The olhrr
was discharged fr t cl julSctent
evidence. . " 'I "
SAMPSON COURT V,
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Th DeUKvraU ia Scipoa ceualy
wer bM ia lhir tull-deiing of voters.
Whea they could ot by er purchase
ato'e, they openly threatened to dia
chant ttf ess yers if taey roted
the KepoV.kaa tkket. Ia nwoe ca
thy drove BKaclT cf their laads be
came tbey votoi for lfc Repb!icaa
caadKiatev A ad yet, Uaaexk wsaied
a "fall b a' :ot , a f it Wa'4 a fisir
Gen. Garfield last, week tendered to
Governor Foster . bis resignation as a;
member of Congress from the! XIX
district of Ohio. . so happens that
Gen. Garfield is at 'he same time the
full member of the present Congress, a
member elect of the; Senate from Ohio,
and the President-elect of the United
States . Not having .qualified as Sena
tor, aa he cannot doj until March! 4th,
next, hecan only decline the position
endered to him. MTe do- not recollect
an instance in the history of oar conn
try exactly like this, where three elec-'
ttre offices happened to be piled upon
thof shoulders of one jiaian at the same
No rresident has ever resigned, land
it is not specified in the Constitution to
whom he may resign, although that in
strument provides how the place may.
be filled in case of vacancy, however
There was a grand review of the ships
composing the North Atlantic fleet of
seven ships, at which were present the
President of the United States, the
Sec retary of the Navy, other mem jers
of the government, and gentlemen and
ladies of eminence. The place of the
review was Hampton roads. The
Tennessee was the largest of the fleet,
being 500 men, and the Yantic, a small
yacht, is the smallest, comprising only.
150 men. The Minncsolta, the Con
stitutioD, the Saratoga, and the Ports
mouth arc the training ships for boys.
The President Was entertained on board
tlie Tennessee by Admiral Wyman at
11 o'clock of the first day, and the4
proceeded to Fortress Monroe where hci
reviewed the forces at the Fort.
Judge Wylie of the. District of Col-1
umbia Court, discharged Perry Who
was brought from Indiana on a requi
sition of Gov. Jarvis. The charge
against Perry w?s forgery in North
Carolina. He was one of the prominent
colored m:n who influenced the colored
people to the Indiana exodus The
indictment was discharged because it
was defective, and Judge Wylie ob-
servxl'that "the wholo moral atmos
phere of the case was suspicious."
Ten cases of yellow fovcr at Key
West and two deaths.
The Rev. Dri Roswell C. Hitchcock
has succeeded Dr. Adams as President
of the Cniou Theological Seminary of
N w York. He was born in Maine in
1817, graduated at Amherst College
ami at the Audover Theological Semi
nary, lie was i roiessor oi natural
aud Revealed Religion in Bjwdoin
College aud afterwards filled the chair
of Church History in. Union Theologi
cal St inii r.iy. lie is one cf the moet
powerful "of his class
scholars in America.
WHAT'-SI I ILL UK TllK i'L'TUKK
t or tbe Vii.i
A Democracy, not the parly falsely
so called, but a real Democracy, is a
form of government where all are equal
before the law, where every man has a
right to vote who shall rule over him
aud how 'the taxes he pays shall be ex
pended. This sort of a government is
designed for the benefit of the whole
people aod no one can te I what is for
the benefit of the whole people as well
as themselves if they Ire intelligent
enough to know. All 'other forms of
govern aicnt are bawl on the good of
the ruling c!as, and benefit the pcop!c
only as f.r as they are obliged to exu-t.
Xr true Democracy seeks. the gd of
every individual in the state. I
The very fact that a government is
based on the will of the people iui;!i
that they are intelligent Irsough to
know their need.. Whitdors-a man
who cannot rrad or write, brrd axonj
the mcuct.ins know cf the interests of
the fifhermen in the ex- cm part of the
stale? An J what d the fuhermeo
knew of the turpentine or lumber busi
ness or mioirsg All tjre jaritries
sfiVct every maa welfare throughout
the state. But can tbe ignorant laborer
or Ltruer kno- what ii for th bet
good. N, he is led by others and Is
likely to rote sa a to irpre himself.
Her is the nejosi aod cfrprcssiTe roaJ
law, which should be op k?d ty every
hoest man, bc,i very May mil b
foolish enocgh to sapporl it. '
now wxoaasT . rruUiT Tutu-
11 us -bsc at apTttaseat of the
pvpa!ar kind aaovg a people aWat as
thote cf North Cariaa. T igveemat
daai kaow how to r&t, X lew ca
crupolciu lesd'ts start e? aad clilsa
to W great friesia of ta pesf4. Her
art acaoo iaatf aa a ;rauro4 & t
h Vaili. Why pat yoa fesxis fo9 ih
rwa4? l ye se, tf ywi caa get
a iaUrJ( it a 21 saalt
J ixa a ad
Uta yt caa acsool mr cai'i
lar Aad ka thd rea4 b VsiH
NOVEMBER 14. ISSO.
it is managed in some way so that tbe
bonds are worthless, but just before
election the top-notch hare luoney to
lend, without security, may be? When
ike crow tried to sing for the fox, she
dropped the cheese into his, mouth. So
the people are cheated out of their
money, and, poor and ignorant, their
."friends" can easily manage, them:
Their votes only injure themselves and
keep their "friends" in power. An
ignorant man with a ballot is like a
child with a razor or a monkey with a
CITES TWEED, j-
- Let the wise men get into powen
They of course mean to stay: Why get
what you don't Care to keep? jGoycrn
ment is not for the people, it is for their
own pockets) Having got hold of the
state pocket-book they can carry all
elections, do as they please.
Witness the Tweed ring iu New Y'ork
City stealing its millions of dollars,
aud then asking the people what they
are going to do about it. They will
change the Constitution aud laws so as
to keep in power and the people will
be deprived of any voice iu the matter.
Taxes will grow hcayier. the business
interests of the state wiil be peglected,
and the poor haviug no defender, will
grow still poorer.
HOAV 51KN ARE CHEATED 151' OTHERS.
But men in power are never satisfied.
Sooner or later some one will manage
to control tbe rest and by some mas
terly stroke place himself at the head
and endeavor to.stay there for his, life
time. The government will theu be
really, perhaps openly, a monarchy.
But the oppressed and trodden down
will sometime riW They have no rank,
no friends, no property, nothing but
life to lose aud all to gain by revolt.
After disastrous civiPwar a popular
government , may be established, only
to be gradually overpowered aa before,
leaving the poor still poorer.. No hope
for the ignorant poor man then, except
under a Iree government where the
most are educated.
1T.EE OR DESPOTIC.
Shall we have a free government or
a despotism ? Look at our state. Thirty
two out of one hundred cannot read.
In heathen Japan, only one in ten can
not read. Look at Wisconsin, with al
most exactly the same population aud
the sa'me revenue paid to the Ucittd
States government. Threo men in one
huudred cannot read or write. Two
millions of dollars are paid anuually
for schools and there are 1G1 days of
schools','" for every scholar per year.
North Carolina pays one-third of a
million a iyear and have, oh! shame!
only 4G d iys of schools to each scholar
per year. Just as a child gets fairly at
his books he has to stop and in the
next teu months forgets all he knew
No other state in the Union has so shirt
a period cf schooling.
ly tne way, Gov. Jarvis, how much
school money was ' economized" this
year by not being expended?
did any of it get used by m
"campaign purposes?" "i
brother." Why -do I iav
Webster's Dictionary? Arc you taxed
ou your ramny iioie, uovernbr.
. C I 1 d
rnti. liULIOJIE.NT UASED OS IMtl.
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JUiucation is the foundation of free
government, but who will be icvc thit
he has to pay taxes 'on efery book
i. :i. . i- t ' Li
nuivu ia u cu mm, uecause ne is so
poor he is not able to buy oae. Why,
a blind negro, looking for a Liack cat
in a dark cellar at midnight, rau'l help
seeing that the Democratic prty mean
io oppress nil en:avc ecry iinolhtr's
r-u lutj tin uou, nrsi makiie liim ig
norant, then MHr, then ukltSng Lira
down and cbeliu him. h't If Jl rr-
le vl exactly -lowsr.l the ilCsputUm
aod tbe insecurity of life and property,
tfj which I have sjolen. ' alk of a
rliitc msu's government! . dtwLen
thiy gft what tbey want, tley will
dr or the poor while man an I ' he a ill
hue to trudge ioor beside b isfrro.
lie raa'l help hisaelf but mat remem
ber that he helped rote fcr We party
taat kiilesl him. I'oor whit teen! if
you want to save vcar chr.
Urrruation. irsve the I
parly. A Fatcxp
G jldboro, Oct, lo, 1X
A Victoria dipaUh'ayr
public Keeli3 was held lat
coader Caaada's default ia th aistter
cfthe IsUsd lUilvay CrseU
rrmi-x the belief that th
woaU b better rS as a crc4
if the railway ohlirUocs j jta ly
isi&ica are ot fal&Ued. ,Tbt pch
were gtcerally ciiaskheU
ae aad tr irad?y toa tow a
aad ' itlt Jim !!cfci44.
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est- " ' K '..
iwral Walker. the Ciif ef u,
CefcMrs DsiTaJ wiU ''frSq1Sj)y,rsrsl
Osaftm all if acrwry laarstaU
fa wkh t h a myfticiexl
Single Copies 5 Ceots
Chew i Jackson's Best sjreet Nary
Tobacco, i j j---.- 1 1 - It
Go to church. 1
- riepty of fruit in market, tropical as
welt as native. 1 1 . !
The CompresseaTare running night
and day row. -" ,
There were two Interments in Oak
dale this weetjj
The receipts of cotton at-tbis-port
yesterday foot up 1,513. , ;
There were two interments in Tine
Forest Cemetery this week:
A skating rink is io be opened ou
Front'street in a few days. ...
The Register of Deeds has issued
three marriage i licenses during tbe
Dr. T. Sr. Burba.nk has gone to Wil-
liamston, Martin county, to practice
Mr. Jas, & Melvin was stricken with
paralysis on Thursday, and is now in
a very critical condition.
A Ilit loaded with cotton was snagged
and sank near Kelly's Cove on Monday
last. The cotton was. saved. : ..
Ueavy rains in the interior have
caused a freshet in the river. There
had been a rise of 25 feet On Saturday.
l'eople witn thin beads of hair should
use Hall's Vegetable Sicilian llair lie
newer to mako the hair grow out
A valuable cow, thcipropcrto of Mr.
Jos. L. Barlow, was found dead on
Eighth street with a pistol shot wound
Dr. M. J. . DtKossctl's couditiou is
thought to better, but it is still in
critical. He Trill be brought to this
city as soon as possible.
Whcu you feel.a cough or bronchial
affection creeping on the lungs, take
Ayer's Cherry Tectoral, and cure it be
fore it becomes incurable.
Sheriff Manning turned over to the
CourJty Treasurer on Monday last
370.33. Of this amount $3,329.79 be
longed io the General Fund and $1,
040.5 to the Special Fund. j.
. Mr. John Butler of bladen county,
made his first visit to Wilmington oa
Friday, lie is 82 years old aud has
lived all of his life within 6u miles of
WilmiDgteu, but has never before paid
us a visit.
Henry Van Nortwick, of Toledo,
Ohio, says: A friend prevailed upon
me to try an "Only Lung Pad,'' and I
obtained immediate relief from a rack
ing cough. I know the Fad helped me.
1 he G7th Presbyterian ynod of
North Carolina is in session in Raleigh.
Rev. Jos. tt. Wilson, D. D IJeT. C. M.
Payne, and Messrs. Alet: Sprunt, Esq.,
and B. F. Hall, Esq., trejin attendance
from this city. - '
II. E. Hodge, Cambridge, Michigan,
.-ys : I have been ifllicud with Asth
ma, for years, an "Only Lung Pad"'
gave mc immediate relief. I can re
commend it ' the greatest remedy
vi r pr -jdu- d. --iiee ad.
We have received from J. II Eabia,
IUlcIgh, Turner's Almance and SUte
Record for 1SS1, fvr which, thanks. It
ii a cheeky oM Almanac, brim full of
accurate infer at tiori ebvot a great
variety i t subject.
Mr. J. It. Wibon.Tich, Uhio.tavs:
I have worn an Improved Excelsior
Kidney Pa-!, and rrceitlrd more relief
than firm all rrmcdicv 1 1 hare etrr
tried. I cheerfully rceocntneud it
aI .a"rreri. he ad.
Vn Moee A Crotbr, Wbolla!e at
Ih-tail Drurgi', ToW, Oli,. MviC-
We bare sold larg qaaa.aue cf the
ExceUier Kideey Pad, and hav bera
urpticd at th cavajytRf stfsnKa
jieea' IviUr i?e ad.
.Mi' t rus Fuur-By Easilt Z!a,
author pt "Nana" Ac, . Pe'raoa A.
Breakers. Traavlated ftotn the Freuc.
It is a &s tj of IktiUia- i&trrest
ia every rf. '.The plIica&as of
'IV'enoa A Brothers cf the fasclsat
iej Freech woeka cf Ij ZiU put
tbe rradtag paMic f reacct. u-!t
jreat eIjaiwyi to theas. ;
TV Library Aasociatioa ar peeft
sag fee a wnn tretarew Uua wiatrr.
We Urara that Err. Dr. K X. Y
aad Ir. Dr. WilMMi, c this city, aad
t"r. I J9rpm Orwitess iwf ltaSelgl, Lara
actty wi latiiaib&s. , We ItJwa Un
thai U Leaara t'tusauttta a
tJ tie fcrr. CYia. I. LVtaa,UlJL,
Will the Tost inform its many read
ers when (if ever the citizens of Wil-
milngtoa will be allowed to hold an
election for municipal officers? Or is
it understood that the present city of
ficers are to hold over ad libitum!
leepectlully, c. Sharp.'
The members of the Fifth -Ward' lb-
publican Club, are requested to meet
at their club room at 71 o'clock. Tues
day evening, Not. ICth, for the pur
pose of making preparations to cele
brate our glorious victory ou the 22nd
instant. W. E. N. Sellers.
' " . I Trcsidcnt.
To the ORaxD Ujrrmn Oebek cr
Odd Fellows. In consequence of my
not haying received communications
from the Grand Secretary relative to
thedeffinite action on the Enduvcmctit
Fund Proposition, roy report is not
ready for this issue of the Post, but
will certainly be published Jn the next
issue (next Sunday.)
Respectfully in F. L. & T.
' Geo. W. Pitici:, Jn. I-
SSheriff Manning and Paddrson met
n the Court Hou?e Tuctday lait, aud
canvassed the Tote of the 12lh Sena
torial District, which was as follows : '
Scott, - - - - 3.XC
Worth, L - - - 2,204
Sheppard, - - - - I'M
Mr. H. E. Scott was declared elected
aud his ccrtificaleof election was made
out and handed to him .
Le'a Grande Flouink, sequel to
The Strangers of Paris" by Adolph
Belot, French, Petcison & Brothers, is
another of those modern French'ro
mances now read with so much pleasure
in America, It deals in love, jealosy.
heroism, wifely devotion, trickery and
crime, and shows the great insight of
the author into human nature and its
motives of action.
MAIL LETTING S.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR
TOST OFFICE DEPAltTMENT,
v., od. i;., ist.
J)IU)ro$AL8 will Ik; r'oiivc-t at tl i,u-
Uact Oinre or this Department nu'.U n l.;i.
of January 10, 1SS1, for cirri 1 its lhc n.ailmf
the t'nllcJ States upoa the route, ri A c-
cording to the scticdulc of nrrlvul uiU tTe-
parture sr-Cetaed by i!ie 1k?i urlmcnt. ra tl
State of North t'itro! tun, from Jn'y l.J'Sl.tu
June 30, is L Llti cf route, with cl. i!
ales of arrival and departure. nUu. turn
to Udders, with tortus lor ejutrAct tu l
bondu ant all other necessary lnljrmat:..
will be lurnlsheU upon aptllcatluu to ilc
Second Assistant l"etm3ur Utntrsi.
nor II 6;
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