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All advertisements will be charged a
- the above rates, except on special eon
jracla. . ; . . " i j.--. - -
" S s Latest: ! .' , j.r : ; -. .
: A -titeuieiit has been prepirnd at tbe
I'osttjUice Department chowingi the to-.
ImI amount of raail matter of all kind?,
i by oflicial count, of tbe United 8tates,
. for' Uiej year ending December 31r 880,
10 be 2,720r,23204J. The whole punir
bir of le'ttera in tLe same year "was
l,(i,j:i,252,87U,t or an average of 21 to
rach man, woman aod child In the
r-uited StalcfV 32 1,550,4 10 postal card?;
s : 2,0:12,000 newspaper 10,148,792 mag
.ii.ines and other periodicals, and 2',
.'il5,S.l2 i-acklges of , uierchandise.
li.eo u alou a taulp ma4 Irowipg
j the number of letters mailed iu each
1 hlato aijd territory to each' person. The
liTglu'dt number of letters per annum is
T4 iien York, 211,4,GWand loweaXis
Hyoji"g- terjitori'. except Alaska,
which is, barbarous and frozen. The
liueit number mailed by each person
1 1 any fcta'e i' Colorado Vping 55.2.
Tlie lowest toeach person of any state
44 Nitu '.Carolina: being "5.8 1 to each
The Southern General Treaty terian
Assembly" have been discussing with
t:i)bsiurab!e aliimatipn ' protest fO'
h-r&l by Dr. Mallaly.against the, tender
f of iratcroHl gctaiug rccen'ttf jsent by
the irtaiuitt 11 As sembty to Jhe Saratoga
j-emMv. vr; " ' ; .';-:J J- --
' 'tiff, iiiiwadroju K'4both City, N.
(, It Norfolk,. Va., ,wns opened on
' l bur.vl.iy ti(U 'natch. .ceremonial glbri-
lira:ioi, by an excur.siti over its iergth
(f'o.'kliolders and guests, the waving
of ti.u's. liiiag ttf caunon and apecchca
ly railroal and town officials ; .
roirii,lor iiray top, of Coluuibia, re
j.oits tyx Commissioner llaura-'that a
- moonshiner Darned Alexander, near
lrkens Court Uoue," was shot ini " the
"back on Thursday, L ; ; ; -
','1'ho Tostoaiand 1'rovidence Com-
manderies are; vfaitins Richmond.
' Ka-ly on the morning the-JJoaton Com
andf y m&jchcd to te bronze statue
pf rtonewaU. Jackson in the Capitol
.'grounds, gathered around it with ittt
tovcred kc:uJs acrt.prcsented rapiers,
V"d wrfathel the statue with ever
fcreenj. This tribute occurring on
Memorial Day moved apecUtora to
tears, ' :.;V,'' -':---;";:. ' j"'.'.- ;-
)ur column of the J'oer is surren
uncd this week to an article which ap
I'fir in the Xorth American Jfrrifii,
;tmui?ing the 'Color LineV and writ
ten by Frederick Douglafs. This moet
ir..m..' wKa.l . nralnr wr mm hnrn A ktavf)
in Jlarfland, about 1817. About 1838 1
lit ceipcd fromltis 'inaater, went to
-New KnglaoU, aql soon rose n fame
yoai Lis yiiiq sketches of jm jife as a
Ujrp, his escape and career as, firee
JUt in. Hs subtienupiit carter ha v been
uU.?ly draatjc, l;lj rtjctilatioa of
. tlic' Knglish'-t'angue iiot surpasaedj
y rpeakcr in the land, and hi arta
pf 1 hctoric, his io, and hi eilter
usurfd voice chaining and leading
iMj'tirc.ihe tuoat oliahed audience.
Atlanta, liA.r May 23. Nearly all
' the children have been withdrawn from
the schools here on account of an epl-if-ati
which begsp by carrying off Mr.
, c:Unst wife, an4 three cbiMren in
litty tdxjieura.-... i F.(gMeen hysicUna
Hclare it tu be scarlet fever and one
plluw fvycf, , " ry : (;'
van REYIIl tiksTAlilsriT,
The rev talon o( the New TeUmeot
on which a nuaeroua tut of acholara
have been at work for more! than ten
mr. was bautd on the 2Mb of this
month, la America and KasUnd. . The
, liktj the actf reiMua it f .
' i The New TcaUment of out Lord and
Saviour Jesus Ctrit, tranatated out of
. the tireek. Ikior Ue tmton tt fotta
V. l Ifill, cowMtred with the moat
: ancient auihorittea and revised, A. D,
1 V1. I'riated for the Unirersitlee of
vtford aod Caaahrtd. I i
The barit or tVe rrrlloo It what i
-embraced rn the above' tairacti, 'and
Ut itantoc poinl of iarrortneat
' lt tra;!alon ' authorised land n
kttd by King jamta the . of )gUnd
h mi. That' U the coajmon LUhli
nowla: e, allhettjh there are aaaaj
ohtr tranaUUona. The change are
. -i err t aUeal e, and nit a hole earioea.
ThttetielnUe new retbiotf tiaptcri
of all tbe books of the New Testament,
bui no verses, but the Wading matter
like the Crucifixion or thebermon on
the M(5untj goes on whh the pargraph
ing of ordinary books.
Fur iuslanc,' the Siilh Chapter of
Matthew the Sermon on the Mount is
changed in the revision asJbllows. The
reader can see by" looking at. the stand
ard Bible the difference. : .
sebuOn on the mount sixth CHAr-
TEK OF MATTHEW
. Revised Edition.
Tke heed that ye do not your right
eousness before men, to be seen of them,
else ye have no reward with your Fa
ther which is in heaven.- :
When therefore thou does t alms
pound not a trurnpetbeiore thee, as, the
hypocrites do. in the synagogues -and
in tbe streets, that they may have
glory of aen. 'i Verily I 'ay unto Toa
hey have received their reward. , But
when thou doest alms, let not thy left
hand know what thy right hand doeth:
that thine alms may be in . secret:
and j thy Father which aeeth in secret
shall 'recompense thee. ',
And when ye pray, ye shall not be as
the hypocrites for. they love to stand
and pray in the synagogues and in the
corner of the streets, that they raay jj
Been of men. Verily X say unto you,
they have received their, reward; But
thou, when thou prayest, enter into'
thine Inner chamber, and having shut
tby door, pray to tby Father which is1
in secret, and thy father which sefth '
in -secret shall recompense thee. And
in praying use pot vain repetitions, as
tbe . GfiUtles do: for they think that
they lnli be heard: for their, much,
speaking d not therefore like tynto
them; lur ' yout Father knoweth what
things ye havlj need of, before ye ask
him. A Iter this manner therefore pray
ye: )jr Father which art in heaven,
'Hallowed be thjr name. Thy kingdom
come. Tiiy will be done, as iq heaven
ao on ?arlh. , Give us this day our dai
ly bread. And forgive us our debts, as
we also nave forgiveu pur debtors: And
briu ! us not into temptation, but deliv
er u jfroni the evil out-" For jf ye for
give men their trespasser, your heaven
ly Father will also forgive you. -But if
ye (prgive not men their ."tresspasses)
neither will your Father furaive your
trespasses. ' ';. j ' : s. -. ;-
pRCr'i pi 1 x jfA TiijEW Jlyil 27 5Q:
' . Kctitctt ''Ftliiio'fK-;.. '. , ,
Theu tlr:)sold crs" ot'the governor
took Jesus into the pa'ace and ga'her-j
ed unto hiai the whole band. And they
stripped hirOj Bud pvi on him a scarlet
robe. And ihey plaited ' a crpwi of
thorns and put on his head, and a greed
iu hU ' right hand; aud j they kuceled
down before , hitu, and mocked him,
saying, Hail, King of the Jewj! And
they spat upon him, and took,: the reed j
and srtote him on the head. And when '
they hlad mocked' him, ihey took 'off
froniibini the robe, and put on tm hi
garRjrnt's, anj led uiqa 'away to crucify J
biml ; v .
And as they came out, they lound ,
a man ol Cyrene, Simon by name; him
they compelled to go iptA than, 'hat he
might bear his crossi And when they
Were come unto a place called Golgo
tha,' that is to say, The place of a skull,
they gave him wine to drink imingled
with call; and when he bad tasted it
oq would not drink. Aod when they
had crucified him, they par ted-bis gar
ments among Vhem, -casting lots: and,
they sat and-watched him there. And
they set up dyer his head his agcuiation
written, I Tuts is TttE Ksa or
TiiB JtWa, I hen are " there cruet nea
with him two robbers, obc on tbe right
hand and one on the leA. And they
that passed by railed on him, wagging
their heads, and saying, Thou thatde
stroyeth the temple, aud buitdest it in j
three days, save thyself: if thou art the '
Son of God come down from the cross.
In like manner alio the chief priests
mockintr kin, with the scribes and eld
ers, said, he saved other; himself he
cannot save, He is the King of Israel,
et him now come down from the cross,
and we will believe on him. He trust
eth on God; let ; him deliver him now
f ha deireth him: for he said, i am
the San of God. And the robbers also
that were crucified 'with him cast upon
him the same reproach, - .
IflRST ClIlpTEB OJ' J'N
'''-,: ; Rcicd W$ivn'
' In the becinninc was the Word, and
the Word was with God, and tbe Word
was God. The; same was in tbe begin
ning wiili God J All things were made
by him: and without him was not any
thing made that hath been made. In
him was lite; ana the life was me lis-hl
of men. And the light ihipetb, in (he
darkness; and the darkness apprehen
ded it not. There came a mn srnt
from (od, whose name was qohn; The
same cane for witness that he plight
bear wliaesj of ln light, that all might
believe through him. He was not the
ft I k . ?. f f L la'
lignr, out eo? uutnt migni sear
neat (,( fti ItlUK theie I was the
true Tight, tv iA Hglu w(hich
lighleth every man, coming into the
world, lie was; in the world, anil the
world was made by htm, and the world
anew htm not. He caaae unto his own,
and xntj that were his own received
aim not. Uat aa many as received
him. to thes; caTe he Ui liaht ta be
come children of God, Vren toutem that
V-t!-- L Lt.L t ;
netieve on nis name; wnicn were wro,
not of blood, nor of the will of tbe
nesh, nor of the will of man. but of
tiod. And the word became fieshand
dwelt among u (and we beheld his
the only befottea
from the rather),
trala. " . t".
" We repeat Ua; wt print thee sam
ples of tte mlted matter .withoQt
jriaUcg b; Ctt e of it Use original
last of thetrtnalaOon or Kinje James
I. X earlj tttrjnod whV em read
aat aTesUmeat axi caas U la mas
leg the comparison. We are not ex-
preeaiar sar cpiatoa m war or tie
t&er. aho& tilt Bodtta rtvUioa ol
the sacred scriptures. We like our old
Bible well enough as it is. Aod with
its quaint figures of speech,, and per
haps loosen es of translation, it is after
all the greatest classic of the world-
DKATII iF COL.. TJIOS. A SCOTT
1 Those who have seen Colonel Scott
jvcould not fail to notice the evidences
of languor between these late years
and those buoyant days when he moved
armies with such speed and repaired
so rapidly terrific . disasters. He was
born in 1824, in Franklin county, Penn
sylvania. In early life he had. to make
his own way at low. wages, but he
moved Bteadily forward, so that be was
a station agent in 1850, was soon the
superintendent of the Pittsburg Divis
ion of Pennsylvania Central. Railroad
then was -its Vice-President, and- final
ly its President ori the death of Edgar
Thompson, Born poor, he has just
died worth $13000,000, and known all
aver North and South America and
wherever a railroad blowed its whistle.
While he lived in palatial style, his:
charities were "yery! lavish, 'at the later
part of his life' up among 'th.e $50,000
at a timel When he married his first
wile he was getting only $50 per month,
and when ,he married the second time
ho lived, in a saiid Btone froht, and
swayed vast railroad interests. . At the
age of..57 he died full of honors and
covered with' the' maturity of achiev
ment, ' j'- - . ..'' . ; .v:
STAT kWjiLE AlIfelitUAN.
The editpr of tm American- an
attack of indigestion, is the only way
we cm account! fr the ill-tempered
bphayior toward the colyred people of
Xorti Carolina, The htatement con
cerning the jcaus of the falling off of
the vof. of New Hanover county, ta
November last is entirely incorrect.
Vp arc Hurprisel at a paper,- which is
so. uniformly cotiserv'ifiive and jcorrect
in i:s- rditctials, )iibiisliirig an'1 article
so rjdicuJoiH, aner;ur3jt'ru?v j
I The cjlortil people have long borne
the ir j'ifjUc and iuii treatment' put
Upon fheinsiy the jyvhite KepublicaDS,
with the. nssurancfelhat the time was
c'onxing w bin they woyld receive their
rejwarJ, but the time whI never come if
t hey -Wait oh sue a.,
Amrictii Xo givci H
as the Statesville
o tliem. That pa-
peT.wauts Lhjeni to "cioctiuue '0. wait. If
thO; ce lCrcd 'people1! had been treated
differently wc wyulelj have 'polled flO.OOO;
mbre votes l;Ut yeajr. thau Wis castjior
tlic li--inijc.-u viiudidatcs throughout!
the stale, atid that would have made
them successful. . j f ;
, 1 o . m' '',
secretary V indom has niadei-a suc
cess of furidijig the $2)0,000,000 of 5
per cent bons into 3 per cent.i-
As slosely jas canibo ca.'calate there
are about0(00oo00 of coupon five
per cent bonds outstanding whichfiin
der the H'ord call oi";May 12. can be pre
sented for .cgtuyersioibto three and a
half per cants until July 1. The cou
noin bonds. nt presented by that time
become redeemable bn jAugust 12, Af
ter cart'lir,l!y: estimating the amount bt
coupon 5 per ejent bo nJswhich have been
converted intja registered fires previous
to the issuance of the! 103 J call, and
the amount en route to jthe Department
in I excess ejf tbe $250,000,000, it is
thought there will be left for redemp
tion bv call or otherwise about $70,000,
000 registered five per cents. This es
timate refers to the bonds left after the
present transactions! are; concluded. In
addition to this there ar about $1G,000,
000 of six per ceut I bonds registered
and coupon under thie 102nd call upon
wluch iatcr.'st ceasc July 1, yet to be
heard from btTerc tl e tcrics is; finally
disposed bif. ..- j : .
It is main'.aird with a reasonable de
gree of certainty by prominent Treas
urjf ofiicials that a:autning the reve
unes continue at the present average,
the enttrp series jfve per 'cents not
converted will; be well in hand, if not
entirely covered by- calls, before the
convening cf the iLVIIth Congreia
in JUeccmber uet.
should pirV0 "true
If this prediction
there will bno
bond, extfpl the ctiutcrtcd S jcr cts,
vrhich are! at the ."option of the govern
meat, to be cared lr until
Among the - five per cent regUtered
bonds received fcr cootinuance which
which tic h!ppd previous to the
date uon aUkh the limit of ft)
CCT.OwQ iu na,tur4 w4 : a package
from aa Fratciscoi containiof aboat
$10,C00COO. Tbce Mcds will cticoarsc
be continued at SVpce cnt, as lhey
were shipped rrcvtvui to Monday last.
It I ak1- bv Trtisarv o.ctals that
t&crc bars icva a nwberef iaiUr
receipts,', j.:-- ,
islxta: yean p$ on Monday lt a
ha ad red thou&d oldicra, sua-brown
elbcfvtaimrd a4 M, tbelr tittrrtd
(rnmpeta bUsUss hWrsely c the air.
and lfcir brcl bo;Us sftill slcaaUf
in the sas. Never before did the dome
cT tie CipisU W dw oa nck a
smtacie.VIvr th.W saatVe caaw
i aed atthe ecirt t ee welcome.
!CAROEINA;.SUNEYL' MA"K29. 1881.
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"TTT J - 1.
Honor To The : Union
HUE AKKUAl 'DECoiXTioar. OT 'tUX
, . . ,1 ..1 r . -' v -
GRAVFS Of TBE 8OLDIXK8 WnQ tELlt
; ON THE
FIELTJ AXD DIED CAMP
AND PRISONS. . - ; -- . . 1
v Booms Natiokal 1 . t :J f
' Memorial Association, '
WiwiVQTpv, May 25,
The annual service of decor tin the
-.'. - - , .-. - i.t r ,t ;..!.
graves of, and paying a proper tribnta
of respect, and doles reverence to tta
ixauon a aeaafUtroosQ waose aeaui
we are to day a united people, and a
great and prosperous . Bepublic will
take place at the National Cemetery on
the 30lh instant. '.. , . '' .
The - public are respectfully invited
and requested to assemble, in such
manner they may choose at the Nation
al Cemetery on east Market street at 4
O'clock, on Monday May the 30th,
when the following services will be
held. ' '':;:' ' f; ;v :"' '' "' i-.;' .
Hon. W. P. Canady will djrwl the
; I'uogrammk: 1
1 MUSIC, '?; - ';'.
St. STEPHEN'S CHGJR. ;
I x " Pkaveb, - -
' Eev. A. M. conwa y;
; Music. . ' -j "1
ApDEESb, j '
SENATOR. M. E. ScOTr.
"' ;,;'.,; . Music, - - , , : i;
DECQRATIQN OF GRAVES. V
Captain Qabrielson will fir j minute
guns from lle"7enie. Steamer Colfax
during the service, .. ; i
E. R. Kkink, 1
. Geo. L. Mabson;
' t ' J. C Hill,
- . -f , Committee.
. mW I .1 .
TllK KKPDBLICAM ' STATE i H.X-
JSCIJTiYlS pQaVlTTRK MBisT-
I a U , , .4 . ; t ! .-!. ',: ': ,;',; . ,; ...;v
The committee convened ai the Yar-
b?rough House, Raleigh, N. C, May
2 jib, at 5 o'clock p. m. The chairman,
Mr. Thps. N. Cooper called committee
to order, and' stated that the committee
had been, convened for the purpose of
consulting on the prohibition bill which
will be voted on in August next. After
a full interchange of views on the part
of the committee it was1 found that a
arge majority of the committee were
opposed to the bill, and a committee
of Are, consisting of the chairman, Dr. ,
and Messrs. Cooper, Canaday, Keogh
and Jenkins was appointed for the pur
pose of taking the matter up and re
porting apian of action at the next
meeting of the full committee. !
The following . reaolntions were of
fered: '. , : 1? .
Whereas. The colored voters in the
state of North Carolina, numbering
70,000. a large anare of tne Kepnbucan
vote in tnis rute are entitled to. and
deserve a greater share of the patron-.
age 01 tne party: therefore tie it
xetoivta Anat ;n ait cases wncre tne
colored vote is numerically stronger
in the matter of county elections and
offices, that it is the sense and wish of
ibis committee that the county conven
tions would do well and serve; the best
interests ef she party by nominating
none, but colored men to office in these
counties. - . .M-.
AVsomf, Further, thai we also re
commend and desire that the President
appoint none but efficient and capable
colored men to Federal offices in sec
tions where the colored voter are in
the majority, j
On motion of Mr. Thornton, member
from the Second District, lae resolntiea
was laid on the table. ' 1 ' -v
Then the foliowlog resolution was
offered ; by W. P. Canaday, who stated
IX there waa any opposition to tbe tea-
olutioa be would tall the yeas and nay
00 the question,' but it was waaa-
Imoualy adopted: ; :y - v:.:
WhxreavTb colored people of
North Carolina east a eery targe pro
portion of the Tote of the state, and, la
the past tne? &2tb c.eca muomu in me
Eoaniica party: inerewrw net as
kamttL Thwt UM riat T th
Uaited States bs rraweated to
nlxa the colored Toters of ue ute ay
a bestowal a eon Urinal of an eqaluhie
proportion of Ue ederai plri-e 04 1
NcrOt Carolirx. t I n
T. N. Cooper tendered Ida rtalgna
nation as chainnaa ef Ue lVraVlicaa
Ccmmittee C Ue stale, sad Dr. J. J.
Uou eras aaaniaaWy ekfted u Vh
Uad. s " ' . f
" A Walioa ef UaxLj u ccrrd by
Jadge ileove to Col. Owf er, ht Ue n
bie saajuter U wkkh k knd eosrfsfct
Ue last S?5. V?7
aaeanij aapea. -; :i . , - j ... jt-u
! -V; urh x ITEMS.
! Chew Jaclson's Best Sweet Navy
Tobacco. S " ' ly
f Dockery is in Washing-
1 . Col, a Hlocker is in South Carc-1
Colonel 15 W. Humphrey is in New
York.- . . f :
OhipwoHa O. Hubbs is at Ha
home in Neifbern.
The interi(r of tne City Hall build
log is being Impaired.
' - h ' " ' -'
i Rosenthal Bas a splend-id stock of
ahoes for aunSner wear,
;V- -j. -.- . . 1 ,, , ....' , . " . '
, CoIb;el Ttmas B-LonKi iaveati
gating his Str Konte Service in North
Carolina,' : '
Gen. R. EtiColston has so far recov
ered from hisprecentattack of sickness
aa to be ahleto appear on the street?.
He will lectule in Ncwbern on Tuesday
next. , . . -
Hon. Willtn. A. Moore cf E Jentbn,
N. C, waa irthe city on Friday last,
on his way Aoouth Carolina for a bu
siness trip. Tjie Judge is lookia fresh
for a RoanbkJ man. . ' ;
. Died In flruoswick couhly- Mon-j
day, 2ad Dstnt, Mr. Duncan Harrcll,
aged about. years. He leaves an
aged widow several children and
grand children, to mourn his.loss
St. Augustine's Catholic. Churcbj, at
Laurinburg; s dedicated last Sunday,
the eclebrantpeiug Rev. Father Gross
of thisity. large number of per
sons went frojhere to witness the ser
vices. IS' , - -. " , ; .,-
The chaogef schedule on the Caro
liua Central Milroad went into Iffect
on the 3oth., U!ht day train leaves at
9.45 a. m, andXrrives at 6.45 p. m., and
the night trairleaves at 5.00 p. m. and
arrives, at 0.30. m. '
A Stale Contention of liquor dealers
will be held irSthe city of Raleigh on
Wednesday t, June 1st. The. Coc
vention will bf ;tlw initiatory; step to
warda organiagtfor the coming. cam
paign. j ! - -'A ..: :
Tbe sale of
mps at the Postollice
cf 17 per cent over the
ISnd the money order of-
fice exhibits a
norease of 22 per cent.
1 his is const
red an excellent show-
The Ukiosetebajss will assemble
at their headquarters, (on Water street;
next door to Egjah Land's barber shop.)
at 3 o'clocd n Monday - next, and
march frOm ptence to the National
Cemetery. TN Excelsior Rose Bud
Band will furrpsh music lor the occa-
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sion, uou Aicsisjn requests us to say
that the Uuioie will be pleased to -re
ceive from theipublic any. contribution
of flowers whi may be sent to their
Treasurer rth hss just
Ue following decision, which lis of in
terest to the sESrriffs in tbe stale: Since
the ratincationfbf tbe present machine
ry act, Marchjpj, 18S1, land sold for
taxes and bid p by the sheriff must be
bid in for the buht ry, and not for the
late, as forcserly. The committee
which perfecK-d "tbe present- revenue
act no doubt emetj tbia a change for
the better, as md also the Legislature
wh'ch passed li M
At the ano
minr ol .Ue Chil-
dren'a MemoriM Avsiatioo, held last
Wednesday sqteroiiD, Ue following
officers were ellctedfa serve for the en
tuiogyeanj f H '
President iss jrtha French. '
Vic-pTajdt iM Mary Cowaa.
Secretary Us C-nie Trice.
Treasurer Qm )UuJ Chaffin.
Maaajrer-4lis9f Sarah Upr-iU,
Besiie Ledfor, llQr French, Jennie
Bernard, Johlnie elice, BUe An
derson, Mary ftaas&ty, Mai Cowan.
Mrs. A. L. Prroit was. el sett d boa-
NoTlCE.Thsmttabn of tie
Usdort Vetelaiosi Uabw
revpectfally era4 .cordial taeitatiez
U Ue diSeteng pcerga'aose,
8ibbst lje, a4 Hhtr
tikes la a rati Memoeial Day,
(Mesaday, Maulgsil) at S cii,
p. aa, to do aSeT. li nation's dead.
1 rvv 's yr-
ef Third and Kakfpuets, and a4rr
asnwtefUlsClabta rrocced U Vti
Xatiaste! Cksar kfatc la tW
wtjri txlldtsiu. Ue dewcatlesi
af lie gjratesli Taej ptmbtn M h
CaJoa i3 Mt U Vtfi il l
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Singh Copies 5 Cents
TiLEsTOjr Normal . School On
Friday ; evening the TUcajton f tTppar
Room was jammed with' the friends of
that excellent school, to witness Ue
exercises of Ue graduating class, who
were all ladies and four in number.'
Miss Bradley was at her best, in pre
siding oyer the exercises which ahe did
with even more ! thanf her her- usual
grace and dignity. r " ;JJ
Alter a duet on the piano' by Prof.
Van Lear, and Miss Whitehead, ex
quisitely rendered. Master' William H.
Chadbourne, Jr., a; student; la. the
school, delivered a salutatory In tery
excellent LaUn, written by himself and
repeated verbatim almost, without a
halt, "Hsgar in the Wilderness" ' bir
Miss ' Alderman,- well done and The
Great Indignaiiea Meetinsr br Master
tion. '-"':' --"1 'r ! 1 i :.-' -r. V
After a solo byIrs. KahnVcilier.lv bo
was . iatroduoed felicitously ;' by Miss
Bradley aa the "Sweet Singer of Israel,"
and who is so entirely, an artist, Miss
Greenwald, as unique as anybody could
be, with a manner so captivating Uat
she quieted tbe bad-mannered noise in
some of Ue back -seats, repeated An
Order for a . Picttire," inimitably.
Chronicles was "very attractively (lone by
Miss Runge, and "Bees and Bee Hives"
by Mies j Yarbdrough, - original-"Our
bee-bivfcM the grand Tileston School
ook the house. "The Boy's Story," by
Master Yarborough, f'Clasa Prophecy"
by Kate Bissett, and a solo by Arthur
Sullivan. 1 I
Scattered all along the Programme
were so many bice things, such ; as the
duet by Mrs. Kahnweiler and Nathan
Mayer, R. iH. G ran f!s rich basi .( eolo,
last! was the Valedictory by M Lss Fish-
blate, model of .correct speech, ex
cellent suggestion and i accuracy f
style, accompanied by admirablni com
posure! of countenance. The evidence
of the high character of the instruction
of tbia school was apparent in all thing?,
little and great, iu matters of itiste, as
well as that of closeness and accuracy
of scholarship and severity of disciplin
which constitutes the basis cf the best
training of our American youth.!
After the close of the exercises Miba
Bradley iu a gracelul style of baccalau
reate npeech distributed the diplomas
to Misses Ella Fishblate, the valedicto
rian, Caroline A, Runge, Alice' jj. Yar
borough and Kate) Bissett. t I
auu iu tiipy Jainers Ami luuiuno
and cousins and uncles,! and 'aunts and
brothers and sisters drew out ol Tjlcston
Upper Room. I s I
Rev. G.- D. Bernheim has tendered
his resignation as pastor of St. Paul's
Lutheran.Churcb'. The Church Coun
cil met Friday afternoon nd appointed
Monday, June 13tb as the Jay for the
congregation to act upon Dr. j Bern
heioi's resignation. ; )!
. ',, , m j , . y
Bishop Lyman a dniiiiini end the
Apostolic- Rite of confirmation at SL
John's Church oa ThursJay eveoiog
and'at 8t. Paul'a on Friday eyenipg.
He will make his spring! visilaHon to
?L James Parish on this- mornfag and
St. Taul's this eveoiog.1
Notaries Public are.reoewin'g thir
commissions : as required ' by the act
passed at the last General -.- Assembly.'
Mr. A. S. lleWe kad his renewed 05
the llth f A.'iil, and was the first
cu luUeioit; iceued to a Notary Public
under the new law. Mr- L. Smith,
Jr., renewed a day or two sgo. ' j
Thursday last, knotra in the Church
Calendar aa ' Ascension Pay, was ob
served by the Roman CatholicKiUeco
pal and Lutheran coejregaUotu in this
city As its name-Impcrts, it. ccUlraif s
the ascereion of Christ iato Hcavca
before the cyea of bis disciples la Beth
any, after having leV.cwcd upon thtm
the power ( to work miracles, eat oat
dcvi!$ heal the akk and apeak with
new tongues or laatftagra, '
-; ' : , m .' '" ;
3J aaisK HorrrAi, lr lfwia,tct
surgeon in charge of tbia Ucc
pieted the repairs on the eulihsrat
and aaeved in o.th ICtk .f May
Everythie la nw firU-efain enftir, fur
airbed a tin every thing ecaarj to
male It a Cri-laja hcapitxl ll Ii very
grauSyiag to the aojaaaercial iaterrsu
of this ci;y a have iatorrM kakesi
la the Marine Uovpiul $emc j here,
as Dr: J. IX Uas2io, SarxeosCesvc.
rl tsf ihw Caitrd Suu Uanae H
pital Senate, ta tW: He t si:V
a delerssWalio) to saale ksa IXcnan
oee frf tV aaaea twtxrmUl la iVe
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tioert wtvi be rrj'pSaatA. ; ' .. f :
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ta4 U Xa efici.ie Uig KSAi
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MAKT? TTOME TtTf ATlTiPTTr
HATE TOU. EVEB "KNOWN i .
Any peraoa ta be laerioosiy ill wit hoot i
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tloa do tod not 1
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ln good health T
d health? irarfcer'a OlDgar Toule
rerniRtea these Impnrtaut'Orir&n. S
wtr falls loMtka th blood rich and
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para, and 10 6trenKtben very part f the
lu invalid, as, four nelBiiHr about it.
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GOLD MEDAL AWARDED THf AUTHOR.
vnmt4 Um tmm aad chm b
late," boand ta Cam tWk
. May llth Mr. D. R. Wke. (Rev. TVtro
lum V. Nash.) will atl lor Kurop. fr tb
purpose or conlnbaMng a apnea of l etter
to the. Tolh-S liiwVDK. These te terv will
cover a period ofalx tiioaUia, coniuiciielna
Jmdc 1st. : i f r-. ,: . .
Tbey will be wriltea in Mr. Nrkly mn.
liar vein, nod will be.au lively as bo rau
make tbau. . m . .
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is the LARQKMT Political and ramlty pa
per In tbe United Htaie.and la MOition to
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lo and approved by a nkiority of iha mini
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ijittr, tv either tbrev or Mi months, wtll
receive rnre of chr a uplendld
FOUTRAIT OK MK.UK KE.
id alse and otyia iruilar to the onaof Pre I.
dent Oarflald which we Usued last auramer.
TbU portrait In tbe picture atorea would
aatl for&Ort. It will uoi be put npoa lh
market at all, and ran only bt had by ub
arrlbera to the Blaqr. ,
Thoa aeatrlng thce Irtu ri complete and .
the portrait will do well to aeod their oi ilu
early. We khalt print an extra edition, lo
ly wllldoabtlfM bf)eiliaoll to a moo
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any.adiirea upon application, bend your
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nations of ioas and
2i' Mllre, mart put
over tbe coaaeeUoa f:b Mriliblacto
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