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tracts; " ' ' ' - I ' " " -'
Heuator John Sherman made mm 9
''i wiiiy observations in hi speech on ta
kiu lhe seat of President of the Ohio
' ;:ate Convention: "There would," he
v gaid, "never be room in Ohio for a boss
or a leader who- commands and dic
tateC' It was eyidgnt that office seek
. jug the propel pursuit of mankind.
; Jitit he congratulated Ibem on tho ftuT
, picious opening cfthe adjniDlstration
of j. A'. GarGeld. .Secretary Windom.
.iintObip boy, bad skilfully exchanged
'J'J.OOO.CfoO fives and sixes to three-und-a-balis.
The national debt was
f'di.Ig avyay. like. snow before the sum
.inei'i sun. j . :. ,-: K
-lite Sapreaae. jCi)4rt of "New IIatnp
v i!iire( with- a full bench, have decided
;;hat it ia the right and duty of the
Lfgi.ilatore hw i.u Wslofl to electa
Sci.Hor to t-uccecrl- Senator Uollins,
wWje term expires March 1, 13. .
; 'l'kere avbk a nhoulr'ring of crutches
and fighting battles over again, at Hart
find last-week. There is no .telling who
wiin there or what they did. Old vetc-jan-i
and vounger troops joined io pa
jreants nd banquets wlueh were Dul
titudinous aud gRsbiiigjwkh gh-rious
rt iniiiirtccncuH. ' " --;
.'j he trumpet of WKjdin at Albany
; lj.arsTi uncertain sound. -
Wo. ac getting to, be one again.
Shoulder straps arc about' our streets
.0 leave. Friday's telegram read,
'a 111. in 4 the graduates at the Naval
Academy at Annapolis, in a class of 67,
- are Samuel II.' Williamson, No. 63, and
j : ?!). i. Yance, No. Cj6, both from North
(ruljna.5 llaill ftire Ar'miralfl
; 't'U,c'iiuswer of lit Secretary bf ytate
. bhuue, to the inquiry of the, Irish
v Kinigratioa Agent at Dundalk, wheth-
tr "able bodied paupers In New York
would be objected to," will be suffi-
rientl refreshing to Americans. This
"lrili Emigration Agent," who had
r th ellVontery to propose this .inquiry
tu the State ' Department, if be did, as
,1 j'iestton in vqlying; orr,e base fbr di-
" plomalic policy,vjot lor an answer that
"poverty was not a bar to immigrants
w illing to worK and o6ey the laws, bat
ii4 immigration of dissolute paupers
iid ciiiuinals i certainly objectiona-
: ble." It strikes one that, if this occur
1 . rVitcc turns out to be a fact, our head
, : of the Toreiu'Dtlice is getting in di
plomacy so that Europe" will soon know
Avliat sort of emigrants the American
.at'it to come hre. ' f, ,
,-: 1 ti K, Jt: IIU I h I A ' UK A U8TK 1.8.
Jl;e ticket uomiqAtet) by tt)e vead-itrj-.
at their late , conventiqq," cer
Uily i aa abaolutely eleao aa oy
I: tirktt can be. Col. William EL Cam
won, for Governor; lion. John F.
l.tWi', for Lieutenant Gjvern9r; Cjtpt.
f Kriok S.k Blair, fjr Attorney-.Geoeral.
Col. Cameron is a journalist by pro
fevriou, a gcntlmaa of rar. qualities,
snl a thorough politician and fully
xersed iu te political- affairs of Vit
sio'u.' There U sort. of chlralf io ja
fi5'H aboqt Col. Caujerrto that wins
Uvur to hini on all sides, and many of
; li opponents areoncdja2 that h U
tie strongest iaao that could hart been
' -KStnator Lewis; is stalwart, both
as a. Republicao tod a Readjuster, a
Virgiuiao cf th highest Ijp whom
. njl ojao darts assail, aad who personal
uaia.tcr w as luvuloerable as ada-)
,; manU . .: . . ;p-. .? .:
; Kfank S. Blair. U boe ol the most
tio)ueDt anJt adatirtdi yoaag mao of
the Old Domialon, avperb la rhetarlo
ad iai iodbU.ta lojlc, aa4 a lawyer
ef ao abMUe ucb" aayt tht
'.EitAnmJ MVj, lha organ of tha aatl
Uourbono, ara tha nomiaeca upoa our
ticket, choa by oaa of tht, Urjwt,
tarntst aad most tmlj reprmat
tUTc Wdlea tvroovae4 la Virginia,
lad wt proudly aad coafldeatly praaaat
laea to VlrgiaUaa as aeo worthy of
UU tuCragas tad wa'lfiuad to rtdwm
as aad tha Gwamoa wealth tram U)t
iocph of narocd Into which taoom
V1 ' JtUaca anJ rr Jy , ta idaagtit.
W mm$t lci tam, aad wo Hi?r
1 ' ' Ifrulvaaba wtil a JtlatAl, V
RKPTJBLICAN PARTY AND PRO
HIBITION. ;:" .'X;:
- Nine-tenths of all the Republicans
in Ncrth Carolina "were from the very
first igainst the bill parsed by the last
Democratic General Assembly called
prohibition, not from any hostility to
tAmnrancf 1 hut ' h'n account of iht I
charter of the present, bill."; The Jead-
6f the party hate considered, theact j
of the legislature verycarefully. and
consulted together fuliyand after such, j
consideration they baye coTie to the
conclusion to oppose the bill as it ;s an
The -Republican State Committee
convened at Raleigh on Thursday, the
9lh int., ind after a lull discussion of
the matter the Committee instructed
Dr. J. J. Mott, the Chairman, to issue
an address to the. people , of the state
setting 'Jf& thf ?eson why, they
should vote against the act prohibiting
the manufacture 6f liquor, and 'pre
scribing who shall sell it. The address
criticizes the act of the JJemocrauc
egislature in its class legislationfully,
arlji w hope the people of the state
will read the paper and copsider fully
the points made against th.U-pr0sc.rip7
tive Democratic policy, i
The Republioan party of the slate
has ever been oppose J to class legisla-'
tiou. It lias been tne policy or tne
party to stand bjr Republican micas-
Hrevaod therefore the act of the State
Commiitec in placing -the Republican
party j the state oa: record ugainst
this lat. tyranny of'D,emocracy yill be
oppaed by a large msjority. The leg:
Ulatyre docs, not prohibit the sale of
liquor, but l hey claim the right to ayj
who Abatlell, In other words evtry
doctor hnp and every drug store in
North Carolina' will be turned into a
bar room. They allow professional
gentlemen to Bell, but will not permijtj
the poor grocerymnn to do thsame,anOj
while they allcfw it to be sold, fhey pro
hibit entirely tbe manufacture of liquor
In other words, Virginia' Tennessee,
Georgia arid Scu'h Carolina will man
ufacture the liqupr for t1 e consumWa
in North-Carolina,,, and thereby make
th f uoimus profits out of it, which
the k'v t os of North OaroliTna ught i0
be all' wed to ei'jy.. North. CarUnrt
appus atu peacuc-t mui rot 011 inq
grouii'J, whi!e lhe border states relerj
red to above will make fortunes from
their fruits'.' Can any man hesitate for
a moment ' which side he will tae o
such a:i iufkinou n)eaxlire j
We are in favor of temperance in
every particular. We. should be glad to
see all the mouty spent in ibis state for
wuiskey put in school.- tut when the
Democratic Legislature ucdertakes to
tyraituize over the business men of North
Carolina, by saying they sha'.l not sell
liquor, but that the doctors ard drug
gists may, we are bound to xaida our
vo,c0 and uje ourf ictlueuce agaiuit
such infamy. . j I
The PotJT will stand on the aide of
the oppretisrd. therelore we shall do alii
we caq iu an haqorable way to defeat
rr. T 'T ,. ! I
tinue the controversy with the tof,
and hopes, after this, brother Canaday
will concede lhat white Kepublicans
nave riguts, as wen aa coiorea mat
both have right1 equally. A word to
the wise, c. fyf,jiVr Jaifrifaa. ii
We congratulate brother Drake on
the good judgment duplated in the
.U..; .tl..ts TI11I m (ill mem maV
"tbl liQth hae rjghta, equally," and
that lhos rights "ha recognised. Now,
brother Drake, we agree as we hare
been fighting for the same cause, we
are truly gratified at tbe above. There
is nq bUer man than brother Drake,
or one who desires to do greater jus
lice to all than he. We take your hand,
dear friend. -
';.r. ' CUTTOW,
We dip 1 1 oaa a sprightly paper pub
lished in Ne w York, derolod to cotton
new; the following relatir 5 to this
"The plan of incorporation for he
erection of a cotton factory on the site
where the Walont Creek Mills were re-
Ctntly destroyed, has been filed In the
affiee of tha Clerk of tha b'uMrlor
t 1 o t itv C-ii-.
jssued Tteriallou lq ojen b,oibk of
ubacriptiua ;for the capital stock; of
1 100.000, la aharta of 1 10Q each. "The
pUn is to nt botVvaer and steam
0a gtotlepap -;a; Vfllsoa feaijaU
ready.pledrW himself to toTtet tlO,
000 in the 5rtpeed new cotton factory
Ultra."- - . . i
A ''will Informed corrcspondeatj
rut : coaatr iaforma aa that the
creased acraiga of eoltoa thU year la
fall 10 per ceaL Farmer were easy
at thebeglaalBg of thUwtek choppirg
Gotten toak Terr a near Balcixb,
Korfblk merchants state that thU
adTktt toa iii petUoaii ( Kotik
TheatlndU jrodaaUe pUata are I cotttry, ivr te i tie wry im?r
tliawb aad growlag fialy. Tha ecra Uoa cf trace 'nt, aed we Urn'
em U abo fall of wbrnlae. ! I ii V thfat which ea ciarst ac j
Carqlina tributary to that city are to
the effect that more than half of the
planters are now ahead . or last year
with) their cotton. - ..;
'A cprrespondeiit at Gieenv ille, Pitt
county, N. C, writes: , filr. Joseph r.
Pollkrd, one of pur best and mos en-
terniiHiirf farmprsj rpnirllntr three. tnWek
from town, seot to Texas last spring J
and burcbased somes extra: cotton seed
for which bejpaid j thirteen dollars and
fifty! cents f er bushel. He planted
(bred-fourths of an acre of this cotton,
leajrDg the stalky one foot apart and
only one stalk to the hill, and picked
therefrom last-fall a bale of cotton
weighing 437 pound?. The cotton sold
in this market for one-fourth of a cent !
per pound more than the best grades
of other cotton.' "r -; ,
Mr. T. B. Kingsbury, editor of the
Wilminzton Slar, delivered the literary
address before thel Wila-jn t'ollegiaie
Institute. ' V .. .
A severe j storm pawed neat
Tarboxo on Friday last. . The moat se
vere ever known in that sectiorj all the
crops and vegetables in its path were
completely destroyed. : v v j
The Rev. Dr. PrjtchaVdi. President of
Wake Forest Colleee, delivered aa ad
dress "t the closing exercises of tbe
Laurinburg High 1 ischoolv . It was a
very .able address, but a ram came qp
before he had finished, aad tue oratiou
was suspended. It is vyorth Anybody d
while to stand in tbe raii to' bear so
good an orator as the Kev.etbd Doctor.
. jik: run nrP..,t
iloi-jDg Stock Gf t:,e Etizibeth City &
Norfolk Jlailroad Com pan v consists of
3 locomotives, built at the JUidin
Locomotive Work, l'biladetlrflu; 75
freight cars, built t be I'rt dvgar;lr.n
Vorks, Kicbmond: ' V a.', and iix ;pas-
senger cars, built at :Wiimicgfu;.ifi.
lhe track iar4b miles loti2. 1
Geueral M. W. fliu:som delivered tbe
Literary Address before tbo m vvi Socie
ties of the, 'University oju'."Vdne'sday,
the 1st iust. His subject v, is tie tluty
owed; by educated yourig Bicjjiof the
state to the south, and it wa 'treated
with eloquence audy ability. :In th.e
afierroon Dr. Harrison preacLtd the
Baccalaureate Sermon from Johu li b
chapter and H2d versi,: "Aud I, i( I
be lifted up from the eartb, will .'draw
ail men unto me."' The scfmon":wat
profound atul iutercstiug, trealiifg oj
the different forms, of theis;n 'ulalearoeU
nnrl lihral innniipr . " f d
a.v... V ' I P - : .
SjiatesviHe A mcriean: Tbiirl:iy of
this week," a statue- erected to" the
memory of the late Chief Juatica Rich
mond M. Pearson,. in Oak Ofove; Cem
etery, at Raleigh by tbe -students ;wbq
read law. under him, will bei. unveiled
to the public. Mrs. Pearson, Mrs.
Mary Davis, daughter of the Chief
justice, and his grand-daughter; Miss
I ss"! ' "1 g'-uie u u aim
I be present on tbe occasion. The ,tfti.
motiial will be most worthily bestowed;
to lf al "putaiion will prove more
I enduring than granite or marble
lne town ot tatesviiie has got a new
Steam-Fire Eogine, caUJ tbe ''.Slates
I til I IA " m Ii inh ma n i r v . tltvttmK f ti a
streets to the music of Bands and the
I delight of everybody
The Roanoke Xtm, (dem.),-. If is
conceded that Cameron was the strong
est candidate for jUovcrr.ori that the
Virginia'Readjusters could have nom
inated. i-Ueis personally very popular
and has many friends. It is also thought
that the administration can be induced
to help the ticket, though this ia. denied
b? some. Judge W. A'. Mcore was
I in our o2ice on Tuesday and cave us a
I description of the Paramour case at
Cheraw, S. C, last week. - ile said that
it was a hard fought case, the whole
town being in great excitement, j lie
is reporte4 as saying, that paramour
was indicted on "trumped up chargs?,
bat says that he sa.d tothiog f tbe
kind,' but that he was only indicted and
convicted of soliciting another to
poison a well. ITc said cothirg dis
respectful of the genlJemcn sopj cd;
to be engaged in the r iou..
The Faycttevil'c jj imjmtr gives the
1 following ' curiou atcvuui ul
I ..t. v. .. r.,i
I Shaaoon, cd is ledctd, a woader, fur
J he b a Cue (WutuaUtt'a'ed jKtes
considerable cratotical pewr?; sua wt
J tniak that te is more cl a Utciatratr
pan aa orno; la ttc ut 01 taai
word, lie U e?fviallj Cse ia tha
reuditwn f iotc've, lu bis 'jatra
of.patho aad fielicg ar by auaoa
ol tbe highest wderi ,. Mn delivery Is
I fine, his waaaer va?i lai h: grt-
I tares are fall of fneieaed tieiace, bat
with all, there i w? &l eaOAl
ol oratory waeuoj. h we accept :r
ally Ckero'a dcaiUya tki acrtos U
oratory, then we mast jay r hua
b the raakt 'cf t'aactt'fat9ra cf est
I the hearer, fx he certa'y aetvr tt;&
I oae y hU redutba-
4-z3;r.3iv 1"ii"t'i !
i: Chew ' Jacks
i There w$re no intermeoioBallejaa
"There were four iftlerttenU n Tit
Fnrpt f ;kmtVrv dnrih tlie week, two
i i- " .."nf 4
We haa the pleasuro-of iacptlng. on
iour recent twit to Goidabord, r. ueo. I
T. Wassom. the able editor of thtar.
. w - I
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0. Hubbs M. C., we met at aieigu.
congressman .uudds is i iwwi
and solid.; He Isone of IheIellOWa pleaied to learn that he is" improTing.
in the state. V T' v . . i -t- v .f,-,.vi.? ea. - .. r ! '
V; V ' ' '; -'yvt...1,A' leamaii belonging to thei;BnUsh
Among the notariea pubUaappointad brie Elinbeth Scott, was arrested Fri
by the Oovernpr -on :Tbnrso;arvr
Messrs. 8. N, Cannon aad E. a. Barker.
ol this cityvs r -"t V -v"
There were four marriage licenses
issued by the Register of Deeds this
wee, one to a white and three to col-
ored couples. - , -
Th,, wrthr, int.rmnt in 0k-
dale this week,ione adult and tWo chii-
. . I
dren: one of the last named was brought
here for interment,'
The &tar of Zion comes to us this
week in mourning at the death of the
Rt. Rev, BUhop jf J. Clintoa, who
diedTa Atlantic City. N. J., on the 24th
of May, 1881. . M ; '
Mt.-Nebj Lodge of F. & A. A; Y. M.
will Celebrate St. John's Ahniversary,
21ih of June,by a parade through Wil
mington, and public installation or bf
licers at the Opera House. Address by
Rev. Jamea W. Teifare, P.. D, G.VM.
Festival at the City, Hall- at night.
The Rev. George. Patterson, D. D.
will preach and administer the Holy
Communion in St. Marks' Uhorch oq
Sunday morning, 4u:e lth, being
"Trinity fciun day, " her vices commend
iog at U o'clock. " Iu tbe evening' tho
Rev. ;D. Ilillhouse Buel, D. D. will
preach iu the above church. Services
commencing at C p. iu. A cordial ic
vitalion is respectfully extended to all.
Seats free. ' ,.': ' ' . ' '
Quite an Unfortunate accid.ut hap
pened at the livery stable of Capt, T,
I J. Southerland, Tbursday morning last
w.bich, .however, did not result as seri-1
AHisly-as it might have done. A por-1
in of .lhe loft of the stable gave way,
pncipiUting about eight hundred 1
bushel- of grain an1 feed la the flooH
1 - 1 a . ? i.i.
oeiow, oaaiy uamagmg iwo or mree
vehicles, but fortunately not 'resulting
in any loss of life to man or beast.
Probable loss about $400
Cavgiit Uih. A white man by the
name of Atfred Thompson, who hails
from Oo'uinbus county, was ' arrested
h re Friday night,' between 9 and 10 i
o'clock, under a capias issued from the
Superior Court of Columbus county.
Four or five months ago warrant were
issued in Columbus for Thompson's
arrest; on the charge of several larce
nies committed iti that -county, but the
man got wind of them and escaped and
came to this city.
i Gen. Allan, Rutherford, who, though
hie stays mostly in Washincton, actu-
aily maintai is bis residence in Wi!
isington, . dioppi down upon us the
ojthcr evening, and almost before we
k;uew it, stole away on the early north
ern train, carrying with him one of the
tir daughters of the Cape Feaiv So
the next was read, "at the residence of
ihe bride's father," and ' other words
following it were many cordial wishes
for the happiness of General "Allan
Rutherford and the farmer liss al
A'iella NtJT, now his wife.
rST E K l1 Xls E. vtolda boro, . U.i a
jurishirg little city on the Weldoa
road, is cne of the most ESTTEtramsa
placet in North Carolina. AU the peo-
eleare EsTEaratstxo. both whiu and
colored. And at last there has been
asethe r - E?rrKariti?K- started: it is a
very handsome EsTExraisv. too, aad
wa hope the proprietor of tail new
Egrjtss may reap splendid dlvideoos
from his iavetmest .Tacas who de
sire to larni ia int new xrrxav
raus should end the amoaot to Mr
11 Smith, editor and proprietor 0)
per pcblUhed la behalf cf tha bwdaeae
ot Gold tbero, and the colored eit'was
of the state. . : ; :
PPC. OOyXXTC , -ilATTKUL Tim
Bardf llealik.th Board of Coaiy
em niasioacn. taa Uoaru ci vaacauo
aad the Beard of yagistratea al Peartcr
coaaty. met at Barraw Maday laat.
Dr . Geo P. Ljscaa was eSectrd PreaV
deat c4 tha Board of UtalUt, aad pr.
W. T. Laaett, Semiary aad ajria-
teadeaUjl Dr. Trl IVrttr deeilaed a
amiaaUo at Pttaldeat Dr. J. C.
radhairst waa k&& CSaramet, aad
Uv. J. S, CUtk O-aty ?awita4:
Barnea iklpped; ffom ibis
fUr 79 bamla of cocutabe
tofteriortltern markett. ; 1 n 'U
Hon. M. W. Ranson will accept bur
thanks for Ubo speech of Senator Coke
lina. .'"'v U-; .-?
aonug the snoath i jiat 1 w tneae y
were whita and 22 wera colored: 20
jidjilta and II children.'
' " ' a . a a. . "
uen, josepa addom nas oeen quite
gick !hJ wt of the Uma
.'confined '' to hia residence. Ave are
day and locked up by .order of the
British Vice; Consul at thia port for
lusioe obscene and profane, language in
tbe presence of ladies. ,t
Mr. E. A. Hawes, at his farm' near
Point Caswell, a few days ago killed
three rattlesnakes, the smallast of which
hd tweuly-three rattles, and oa the
faltowD day he nd one of bauds
I'll J :i J ;.':' j -. . . ' '
tiuea seven gooa sizea water moccasin
.Excursions baye been all the rage for
the last eight or ten days, and while
we are talking' about excursions' we
will take occasion to advise the U. S.
authorities to be on the lookout aad
see that our excursion boats are not
, 1 . . .
over crowdtd. ; There has been so many
acetdents in other localities that we
hope nothing of .the kind will be al
MApsIo. The following is the list
of Officers of the Grand Council of
North Carolina, Rojal Select Masters,
elected at Asbeville on Thursday last
J I Macks, Wilmington, M I G M.
SH Smith, Winston, D IG M. I
W L Wall, Durham, (Jl'C W.
Vm Simpson, Jlaleigh, G Treas. j
D W Bain, Raleigb, G Recorder.
,W R Kenan, Wilmington, G C G
D. P. Mast, Winston, QCC. ; j
R H Bradley, Raleigb, G Steward!.
B G Bates, .Wilmington, G Sentinel
Anti-Pkohibition Cos vest iosL--
In an article concerning the anti-Pro
hibitiou conventiou iu our last issue we
wrote, "the delegates from this county
all returned, we undersUnd, perfectly
eobar," and tbe printer made us say
returned "perfectly solemn." We do"
not like to have a lot of men m'urep-
resented. The facU are the delegates
were tery much rejoicedi they believed
rtm Ue outlook, tnattne last act or
. . . . . .
Democracy towards proscription would
I certainly be killed in-August.
The steamer Vesta, which was recent
purchased by Messrs. Jamea Bag
ley and E. T. Love, of. this city,
arrived here on last Sunday'. She is a
staunch built craft, in dimensions 102 J
feet in length and IS feet 5 inches in
width , of beam, being about the same
size as the steamer Wave and built af
ter the same style. The Vesta is to
run between this city and Fayeiteville,
I and will be under the command of
Capt. T, Love, part owner. She is
undergoing some slight repairs, will re
ceive a coat of paint and in about a week
commence her trips. The Vesta will
be furnished with ample accommoda
tions for passengers, aad it is intended,'
if found practicable, to make her a day
aew Postal, Rclisu.--A ; general
order has been Used by the Poalmaater
General, declaring samples of flour or
other powdered subslar.ee unmarab'e
except When put up in transparent bags
ma4 of parchment paper or aimiiar
material, and sealed so thaloio parUc'ea
can if 1 through. These bagsmut also
be inclosed to boxes or tube made tf
hard wood or metal with sliding or
clap or sciew lids. If the. boxes are
ofirood no 1 sharp coroen credgea
I r , a
CB expomi w aertby otter aiuciea
in the mai wld be damaged. Metal
bo:t tu,rV9 Urxg
H goiters are also declared
Depoty Sheriff Daaiel Iloward k ft
lor Raleigh . oa Ust Wednesday mom-
tag with the tsllowiBg peiJoner, coa
Ticted At the late term of tha Crlaiaal
Ocmraod aeattaced to the praitrn
tealiary for the leraas aad aSraca spe
cified: .v .";:.T-f--"'-.-.-"T-
P W SmiUi, Urceey, 5 y tar.
D vH Yoaag, larceay, I years; 5
Kraaoa Med way, f jrgvry, 5 yaratf-
Ckhard Wallera, fb periewr,
1 veara. r
?paav. Lh - r-reirw, 2
, The tare escaU Wya, PtoUnTsraer,
I D 4afM aa4 3tick Jtkamm, at
tnX tatraed ta tww years each la tha
raUrwtiary, far lajrcray wrra -Vaa-
aey eaderrd ta Ve b?d ml U
femti rif at ilxzzt trao Ha
cry, Ue ct-rt cf the ccert U W raid
r The steamer WaTe, Captain Robeson,
of the Expresa leamboat Company haa
resumed her regnljar tripa on . tha lina.
j PtOHlBITRiir Vf p?IKX.--A lint-
class joke "oh1 -the 1 prohibitidnista f of
Pender cottnty occurred at' tho "picnic
'at Point Caswell on Wednesday laati
ThO mUte"ellei upon' Prof. K. of
:thlidt7to speak; whiclt he finally did.
He told his hearers that he aometimes
took a driak.1i fact he was rather fond
of one, and alter? he tooc one drink it
made him fefr like aaothef man, and
then he always had to treat the Other
man.! Ha says he 'aa invited by at
least a dozen different meat to take Uger
jwithin aa manymintttea, in met, ha
isays, for'the'pnrpose of obtaining good
drink1ng,'prohibitioQ picnics are placea
tO 'Visits t p-i '''Cf-lx, ft.fe; ;i:'Vl-
I i r. I ; -. . '.. ' '"I ''-i '.
. B$aba of AuEK3ffiir--Tbe Board
of Aldermen, .'met In regwlar monthly
session last Monday night. All the
members of the Board present: Mayor,
. ,.- ! - . , r - - -.
omith prtsiding. t :. . ;. ...
In the matter of uniformsVor the po
lice force, the. finance, committee was
granted, further time. i
Certain condemned fire hose was re
ported sold, and the amount realixed
f2S 4 was ordered to.-be credited to the
Fire Department Jj. ,.V';-"':
The committee on Fire Department
was granted further time on the matter
of, a fire alarm bell. The adverse re
port of tbe same committee on the
questiou of a telephone fire-alarm was
adopted. t ; ; ' ', : , : ,
The rtnort of - the committee, on Po
lice, recommending the reappointment
of the polico lorce, as now constituted,
including janitors, was adapted. -
The Sanitary committee wax granted
further time. .'";?::'
The petition of certain butchers, re
garding the weighing ol. bejef cattle
reported adversely .from the committee
was disproved, being contrary to law.
The Clerk and Treasurer and Tax
Collector prefented his official bond
$20,000-wiih O. G. Parsley, Z, Latti
mer andE. E. Burruss as snreties; the
same approved by the. Board ef Audit
and Finance. '
A communication from tl e Board of
Audit and Finance was received, nam
ing Messrs. Norwood. Giles and R. J.
Jones of the committee to act with the
Finance committee of the Biard to ex
amine and destroy bonds and coo poo a
that have been paid and cancelled. -Petitions
of Dj Steljes and J. W,
Hewlett to erect wooden buiUingt were
granted. . p ';
The following persons were elected
as a Board of Commissioners of Navl
gallon and Pilotage: . Measrs. James H.
Chadbourn, Don. McRae, H. B. Ellen,
Jas. Sprunt and D. G. Worth. ' J
The report of the Finance commit
tee, recommending a tax of five dol
lars per month be levied on each steve
dora making contracts for loading or
discharging: vessels, w.n 'adapted. :
Reports "from iht U-oet 'of lhe Fire
Department and tbe Superintendent
of Health were read and accepted.
Petition trom J. C. Lumaden, C M.
Harris, and S Jewitt, asking for a
modification of the Sunday law, was
not granted. " : ; ' ' ':-',
: Bids for paiating rooms of the City
Hall bn!diag were referred to the
committee oa Public Buildings , with
power to act. j 1 '
Bid of G -f.re Uonhett. to repair
leep in order the city clock, was
refvired j to a special committee, con
aut iog of Aldermen Huggici and Nor
Tbe-cymaHlecao Vireet and wharfi
recommended sucdry repairs to Natt
street and variou docka. : Adopted. ;
Report of same commluee concern
iog sidewalk- was referred to Chief of
ApfllvaiijM r E. J.'TeaDypacke?
for renew! cf leaae-of Opera ' Iloae,
for five year, from October 1st, ISSl,
wa received. .' "''"V - '-;-.:.
On motkta of Aldermaa Northrop
lit followieg rraolctioo waa adapted:
Jttwofcrjt, That the Ftaaac commit
te be em powered to take aa iaeatary
of all artkies la Mm Opera Uatue betid
lag, aad to nave apervioa aver the
repairs made j by the letaeeaad that
aaid cematiuve bate power to lease; tbe
bai'dicf fr tae term el five yeara ap
the heat trraas paaaihlc.
to be leea than six kaadre4 tfaUara par
aaaam, pavahia qputxtif, v
AppikaUiaaa for tJba . peaiiaoa
Staadarl Keeper wrra relrrre4 t) tha
Ua jc to rtpoa at aw at am Ja. ;
A . rctUiam froea tha maUjloai
ItarhH Coapaaj vu prrKtr4 a4
reaJ hj Mr. 1L A. Eorr.
t AMcrmaa Nnhrp wTt4 iW aj
peialascaX e a psattlttew a Urea
ita lUjtr u W hairmia axa4 u
IUltha etaat trata aa&r mbk a
iiweailna fraaa tVt frtfl tf Atlit awl
Haaxca rtlaUra U tXs mltt mSa
af tVia faaranraka:tTmat npt laatk
to iUa fiaajii. 71m iUymfmlfU
IXam. A. U. tfaiJaa earn faewl
ami ataie4 flat kwtraa alraettf if
tha memberi of the police force and a:
large nnmbcr of the tax-payers of the
city, for tha purpose of presenting' to
tat jJoard a petition from the said force 1
for an increase in their pay. ' He aUted I
that he araa not a paid advocate, bntj!
came at the request of the petitiouerai
Oa motion, the petiUon was referred
to the Finance Committee, to confers
with the Board of; Andit; and Fininee,!
and to report at the next : meeting cf
tne Board. . . - "
Adjourned,' ' '
U;From. the nub.
There Is perhaps no tonic ofTitcd ta-
the people that possesa as uiuch rtal
intrinsic value as the Itp letter.-!
Jost atr this acason'of li o ver..vheo:
the stomach neefs aii apji.''", r tnrf
blood needs pur.iiri, the ' jeft jU '
beat remedy is IIo l
J , ' 1 ' i
aon' t. w.ns ;t . 1 f ' ?.
a disease il 1...
to recover lf-j- -
RuT H ERKO RD. ut U -
WefT.of thUcUj. i
--NEW ' ADVEBT1BUM if.'f
f i MARYLAND -
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY, f
54 Saratoga St.; Baltimore Md. I
The Itoard oTDlreetors Ukc this nnimiin.
nlty oT Informing tbe public f th tncrMt
advauUeea of tbla Intltuliu to Uentu
KarreriK from 9 e and i.mr altcoilouB. Th
luitiiuuoo nas uaeu in operaitou
pat twelve yeura, atuU U jot rcn trull-"
below M. 1'iuil'a olinrl.
Indigent natienU will rind nJinlMlon m
of cbirte. - By order of I U lWnl.,r .Liroel-
OT9. . w. IMJBHIN. 1'rrnJtK'nf. ,1
DIRECTOK-B. F. Nrweoiuwr. Nui'l r.
8hoem-a.er.Frof. 1L h-Slipj.iurd.up. l'nt.
Hcbo-li John if. B. Latrobp. l. J. f.
Mnrtoa HiewArt, Chr atiau Ax, lltnj. K
Ulruan. and other. -.
Forapeolal taformatloh apply to l
I)B-OEx RMIUNi?. 1 1 .;'
No. 7 W.Moaament Hl.talu Vvrnon I'iHte)
Burxeon in obarge. may '4 -
MriKE HOME BEAUTIFUL, ,
ncravlara, Cbolee aubjeeta. LovHtmlrc
Head for Otalocueand prlc Hut. AdfcNl S
WANTED. AddreM J.C. McCl'RDY tCU..
Phlladlpbla. ra. , - may ! im H
HAVE YOU EVER KN0VT1V
Any person to be rlouslt' iu wliaouli .
weak atomaeta or InactlTe lirer or kidney?
And wben tbeae orv ana are In good rorult
lion do yoo not find their poieaortijoy
Ing rood lieaJlh- 'ark er a U loser Took)
alwaya regulataa thea Inipnrta.it onranN.
Md nevtrfailaio make tbo blood rich aud
pure, and to vtrengiben every part of th
ayittenu It baa cared hundred of deapair
lnslnvattda. Aak your nelcUkor abouMU
may K-w , ,
HIP. A rPrPV'B OUQ A N8 17 Htona 6et
l 111. A A X. UolfVjiToDgurwdaly
$i Address Ikanlel K. Beatly. Wakkta.
ton, N. J. -. i , may aa-rw . ij- :
' Marfalao sm.
ORlNdllie MACHINES tVwiM Co. rl
may 21-1 w
60LD MC0AL AWARDED TH
a mat Mnl r.
, MtMMN, Im mvmrf
Cia. tmmUd "U a mn mi
, May llta Mr. I. It. Iwke. (Ken ltro
leant V. Nanby) will all for l.nrttrv.fxr the
purpoaeof etxHrilmUag k uir n il liim.
to the Toi.r fu.rt. Tim Je tt ;will
cover a period of 1 x month. -mtiiuwi iia
Jane Uu . .'
Tney wll lt wrlUru In ?!. Nntl.y ith
liar Tain, anil wHJ Uc br ran
make them. - -,'" --i '
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porta t. I.. .
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the mmioiUoi ut air.
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la atae a4 lyte ialtar to th 4 f
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M able to m4 aok aaWr. W.t m f
ply w U oonouw ao nkMwun aanoto.
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fcaailnaia aiplaao to Buaam eeiie4
ooy aomrwa ipaa appiicio rao-
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