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T j Ths tl'Howing id the latest report of
iallt-tii'X at Albany of which the l'oiT
' iVia )0;aess-io'n ! ' .
; Ai.iiASV, June 17 The followinz id
die vote at iiQn to day for; Senator in
place of lloscoe Conltling: Jacobs 47,
k CmViivgJJ, Wheeler 3G, Cornell 8,
. lAflnui 1(1, lifadley 1, Fo yer 3, Tre-
main U, Crowley 1. v . . 4 :
riie'vot-. lo fill' the tacancy caused
.y tii'rwiuatiou of Mr. Piatt was ad
fy ilgwj: ;'Dtjew '53, Kernan 48r platt
i i: yorrill 10, Crowley 5, Lapham 1
yj.fdcr 2.' -.".: 4-.'v 4 '.-.I',. -4- ":.
v lie President declared uo choce had
'4 jjecii fiiade ijnd on Niotjon! the conTeR-
tiui) udjuufuad.' : . ' -4 "4
lire' bribery iuvCaligation to-day was
nhiiiily cuutined to the examination cf
various bauk olllcers with regard to
4 trre tuins of money drawn by mem-
, l)jr uf ilic lcgiblature in currency since
;::i)Vbf siuni'uu of4he fcenaiorial contest.
W.ki''i5 of a. decisive tharaoter was
ciicitfJ. s ' , j.
J Aveitiblyma;! il. II. Tuthill when
. name wai called, proceeded to an
airai-'Miinit ol" Ibc administration Be:
. i iblicuns. 'hut his attempt at scandal
in it'injj; wa.t lame, s"upid And ineffec-
4!' ' 4he pmiuie ttafsewbled at ik-10
I P w. J yh n 11. Cjoodale, cashier of the
' I ucaliiil'. was exaiiined as -to the
4 lijnk mcjunt ot A'. 1. Barber, N
i'eflitor Sjlihau, a liepublican, and
(Jibklip n anj from the Eighth Dia-
1rkt7ii Ihen called and sworn, and
liliie 1 as follows; 4 l"f ;
Ma My li)i I found a telegram in
liy room as IoUoiwm " ' . .
mUiivj: ijiiy 18 To JtiO. II.
str.Uian iConlidentlalj. It is very im
poitut to.you prrsonally that you meet
jne at l lie club to-night at ilo'clock.
j. leave lure at once. Sfay notiDg to
...y pKc of t.is Juratcb, but meet jne
, .,hoUl 4, 4 " " V "
. t5ed) J: I. I)AyENronT.'' f
11;., ti raves, of iho tirm of Speuce,
X Tr'k ' & Co., bunkers, mde a fate
L meut tba'. h jaid Mr. Sessions f6,000
iu Jlay or Junj. 4v - ; 4 i
The afternoon Session of fhe icrfsti
- i :-z. tjir
WM VinQ1 W"H r"VV
tee , moqev over 10 opeaxer
lie admitted head
e?a'kp jctainad U Albaby because
uuua tnai nia conaiuueucy uia no
VI.-. tf. . Im. Ufitntil dim
th-r w . .K.nr far members
itf'mVf mwr wHb their vdtes,
M,ru,r Windom has decided act
Zu' XPffitJ opportuWofferea, at in tba apboint
t nief w.tuess wrs Orsino 1J mwt of Douglas, Recorder of &S
. i,utaunua xounty, a pros Id lential Md MbUegUter of lhe Treasury.
WiftW1 He ad.monJsUed th. Mt&Sa tbit
c U .radley and vul should bapartularbuUous la
K?a that He jjsia ?roP Oo08 recommending ope ot t.hdr own race
wa a Cjran man aVQie Chicago f office, lecawa iV any Utake
,nve -a. oeis on iue rou.i vi us jud,ce tuch tppoiat-.enU than if the
taut t lection, and lhat Bradley Is the appointee wer;ra white man with the
ukcttoldcr. buUcquenUy,. uwp Mi, fuil?i He promised them that
. .u.tu, a firmer of Chautauqua couu- f h- 1x17 indivjdQal
fy. tinted that T. Wjjrt : appoinlmaota vitbia Lis dft h? WQd
a ,ect,s. informed hiov that be quft uaVAwcrJtJanV-1-
,l;;dtry) saul U had been a Oonkliog fl tfuuVJ "
b4ii,ai iutu4cd to chaage his tola ; 4 r tmm j . v
4w .14.,V;W.n h!m h the iom.rBrt'"- iiita a bomber ol Ooalede-
fift charscJ with, the caamlaaUoa
tii thf tr ration, ol the ofica ol Cua-
U-mu. The copaiittre bas not jet
,. j: .1...--.. a- ...ruriwno prosecuiet uniwB, ar, mbbiw
. ' . .
1 ;i .k. ..;-.i-4i., ;k. fs,:
Uliiu lttnv f lha Trea.nrV Denart-
went. Kill rure al ta cJom ol iaa
1'r mti.t b aucceeded fcr Ueaeral .
WbitUltr, Ho a sU-kuowo real
Mate mat. . ul this cUv. Gaaeral
butaker u from Kaaaaa. Bad darlac
lU war was chief of sUb to General
Cutur. lit baa tea quite prominent
w lUpubllcau politics, a4 was oa at 1 was laid. Tba largavassamoiy sasai
U Led centres of the Towpath dub 1 tested tha decaest laCarest ia all tba
--no; tha rtctot rrtaweouat c
. a . a, - -
mc , .
Wio Avar YhWuraa.
t in mom :
hrktr wtat te Uarisaa, and tUrted
" 7 -
Baxt by way or lae CaiN U&e mcx,
oa foot. They had prcceeJeJ bat a
sa;4 or so ahea the laeosalag alaal
cUKk'iraia came boottlai aloai. Tba
wotaer or Mrs. JUgpit aieppea tne
WvV. The betUad and wilb saUtkry
inaUd ia m bow lini thy could U
?itbe'track before It wit ttcrsary t
jf ft . t. ; t a - last a at
t ktattoUxe cataa ? t the
ky a orar of tba Uadtr of tba e iat.
Uxhw ailicd -X4a'sl!
TDK BITUATIOW AT A LB Alt "X,
Oa the nijht oftbelSth the dmia
istratloB tnttttmet was bvgclji afc
teoded. AA cmniittee of tea, f-wkoaa
Woodlo, the trasspete was chairmaB,
was appointed to consider the ritvatioo.
It is glvea oaV that the admiaUtratka
members will ebeerfaUy awpport aay
stalwart Repnblican, wbo Is farored bj
a msjority, except Conkling and Plait,
and that the co'iamittee are ready to
receire su-rgestioaa, 4 After this offer
b made aud rejf cled, If it is done, the
responBibiU'.y will aot lie with the
friends ' of tba administration -' The
administrstioaisti would get on better,
first, if ihe pairing could be stopped;
second, if thfy could agree to two bal
lots per day; .third, iftbey could bring
together those membera rjrbojaside
from Conkling, would act with the ad
ministrationists. C -.4 4 4
Throwing out Conklief and Plait,
there would be ?ery little ditficulty in
coming to an adjustment. ' 4i
.The evident purpose of those who do
the thinkiDg for the Conkling clique, ia
to" go before tho people of New York
at the next autumu canvass oa the.
whole question as the propriety of the
conduct of Coaklingand Platt Piatt
if be bad not been constantly under
the lb u tab of his master, Conkling,
probably never would have done what
he bar. 4As to Conkling, there 4s. no
doubt by t he is so blindly letj by that
ejqtisfvic infatuation and supercilious
self suQicieney, that he is actually weak
enousb o believe that the sober sense
of the people of the Empire State,, will
solemnly at the acclaim at the polls in
November, approve the jump-jim-crow
performance by which their two Sena
tors turned kpmersaulti and weot out of
the Senate. "- '! ' ; .
l Uti T A RMlse U ai'A'l'K. 4
A COJBED DEOfiOATION COMPLAIN
TflAT TUEIR KACE 1 NOT PEOl'ERLY
t TREATED. . '
' The delegation of colr-d Iiepubl
cans appointed by te.; convention held,
at jtaltigh, JtJ. , last Vnonlh to pro
test sgsiust the u,ufair diribulidn of
federal f'fcf in that tate, bad 00. IO--tervicw
with ihe President yesterday.
GeorgV piice, ths tbairrn.an oT th,e pl
egatidf, presented t bp memonal and
sUtemi nt of lher grievances, They
ss they do not d,esre tq copjfpijy
great number of federal oktces, but as
they bsre always been faithful in their
support of the Republican party, and
as tb?y number about. 1X3,000 voters,
against 30,0000 white : Kepublicans in
the state, they should be albwed a
proportionate share of the potronage.
In reply.'tht President tn tbat he
a dJep,T wthrm a
phase of tfie sitation: that he ha
applicants from North Carolina as were
appointed' to offices, save through the'
representations ot the parly leaders in
the state: that it had beerv his belief.
and he had exemp'ifiH that belief in
his action, that the coloreq rrce should
w , r
I ;o an ouicr, urcrnw ir anv
were made. or the object ol their choice
,.miu ,,nArtiv r hi. tm.t it
; Vreit Xouslaia at Uarpttr't retry
WAsuiKQTO,June 2. Monday the
I v mm , "
to rub their eyes rt4 Qoufbua, aa
F ? w, flwwl ctremoa! ae.
ww w iuV nj
I was the first to eoogratalala hlai. Tba
de-oastiatioa was aaaer iaa aaspicea
f Stortr Oolkft, AB iBsUtuUOB foT
I Ihm adttcauott Ol coiorva jwm. .v
I Baasbar of visitor iroaa new MTiaaa
I arrived to aiun4 Iba estrdiea. lb
I comer stoaa of aa addiuoa M tae cot-
I lera lo ba eaUad Aathoar UaU. la
1 kooor of lf r. Aalhoav. of lrovideace.
I R, L, a ralatiTt of Senstor Anthony,
- itxcrcUet. the periornj areas 01 ui
a' . a.
I atadeets ara aorr iroai ameer
waa ata deaigaias to oa laacaars a
.iiuwe eaAracur. im Boost
w-,le4 ky Jokt tmm waa Jtal ia
Tba. lows expected paxaslta thai U to
deatroy tbebbn has aTjW.
I It U a ibw mtmm was cotci
poutobcx la mrlads, Bad ssttka
I , v tsl lid trills todlC
I jVtat tstir U-Vca csreusc te bUata
I . . .
John Spellman's paper, the State
Joucuial, is cram-jam full of anti-prohi-bitioir
articles. " 4 :
STnie of the North Carolina Chero
kee Indians are to be removed to In
dian Territory. It is ; thought at the
Interior Department to be the first
step towards the removal of the entire
tribe4-about 1,000 persons. 1 -4-
Asleville Xc:: The"Iredell B'aes,"
beaded by the Statesville Cornet Band,
"formed in 'columns of four" marched
into Isheville. Natt, W. Taylor pho
tographed the Blues, The fruit crop
is almost a failure. They are ship
ping J walnut timber from Asbeville
Depot to Europe. : - : ': ; '-4' :.
Raleigh Observer; Yesterdayj tht
prohibition' movement had a dumb
though powerful witness in, its favor.
At the Raleigh National Bank was re
ceived a $10 bill, across the back of
which ran the following singular and
sad endorsement: "This is the last 01
a $50j,000 fortune "left a boy of Conyers.
Ga. It goes for drink. ; .
The North Carolina Historical SocU
ty held its annual meeting at Chapel
Ilill fast week', and Uasnacted the usual
business. The following officers were
elected:. Hon; Kemp P. Battle, Presi
dent; Mr. R. ureecy, firsjt Vice Presi
dent J Mr. J. A. Graham', second Vice
President; Mr.'W. J. Yates, third Vice
President Prof. G, T. M iuston Mnjor
Robert Bingham, Executive, Commit
tee; Rev. J. P. Heitraan, Recording
Secretary. . ' . : t :
While James Tb,qmp?oa of Alexan
der, 75 years old, was absent plough
ing ak a distance from the hpu3e, and
returning about dark, found hi daugh
ter Wing dead and horribly mutilated
in the head with an ax, one of his
cheaas broken open and more- than a
thousand dollaw 5tol?c r-Jiidge A.
A, McK"y is holding court .at Slates
villej The LauTinburor Enkrhrhe;- While
In e-ayetteville we bU tne pleasure
.:n ..... . ..1
pf meeting . Rev
lr. L. S. Bulkhead,
presiding elder (S Wilwingion h
trict f. C. Conference. This disti:i
guis l?d Qivine and Col, Walter Clark
hay been ' appointed by the Bishops,
Delegates to the grand Methodist Ecu
menical Conference, which convenes in
London September 7ib,slS$l
expects to leave. New York
steamship City of London, the 6th of
August. Of course the Methodist Con
ference will pay the traveling expen
The Statesville4i. !(. Vt s iys nt the
Raleigh Qbxrwr Thij paper ha often
abased Republicans, and it is'.wkh no
little astonishment, that of late, it has
learned there are acw gentlemen in the ,
parjy, according to its own notion as
"Jodge Reade, Jjudge Dick, Hon. LV
A. Jenkins, MrEalf, and many o(irri;
(italics ours.) This is certainly con-.
soling information,' and may the W-
serfrf "never forget it!"- CoK
Jiaia Johnson, of Chrlftlte, judgo D.:
M. Furches, Han, James H. Harris.
MsJ. W. H. H. Urrgory aud W. U,
Trcitt, all nisder anti-prohibition
speKihes at Statesville Ihe other day.
Roanoke aYcru; It, is rumored that
the grand jury of ihe Federal court Isst
wetk, indicted every member' of the
CABtaiBj boiriJ,QiWni cottBly, fbr
alleged friuds ia the last election. A
number of witnesses Were examined.
There was only one exception Mr.
W H. Daniel of Faucelts township.
Tha Federal court only lit$ ojnit
aacaof irauds ia Obhgressibnahelec
flon?1, the stite courts having jarisdic
tionbf offencea sgsiosl the state elec
tion laws, j We do not know thsttbU
's'trse, as aoihlc- is aotbentii. We
giira th? report for hat it is w"brth.
The particulari of a senwuaa s&acb.
ui from Coeraw, C 4lrftms to be
the ttqael to the suicide ! Uowtll
araaore. He tefi aa estate valued
at about 2, W0 and bb brother, Yt.ik
laraaiore, who it will b? rrmeaibered
VV luoa tNipertot Ccmrt a poo beiegcoa
TtcUd f wil XHnir. bid from
iherc, ia cootpioy wiih tx-Jalfe Aug.
Moore, t lay ctsiw to tha pfopertj
fcft by the dcceaeJ. 0 bia arrival
ibtrebe was amy.c3. eBt tiissJ to
tsearc. He vV F rt.cd. usr'mted
ana cosssuiicm m ivtu :m nwuoq
from the sbtriaf of Wi cuay, bat
ttaada good bis rp g4ia. The Pra
ra tr-Ahers are the ?wo saea ac
CBJed of saarderiag tita. Gtienes Last
E AVbea l.'lVaiibard a a at Laatla
bar? be pcUui U Us U- of papt
tbert i II! ctHta'.ed by a asaf b
and rrsUad Us baaiacaa. I bavt j
aa Caar tana 1 ?Hvii-- 4 af
addst Eat Uft, Ka
bcioas ta a cUa cf tamers f
whom we mar mention
;W mai.e por-
lion orrthetMwiinMeif lie.
Lauriuv ttfoiaa; tievingtons,
tba Gtbaoiis, Ropwfs,1 aod tallpf
whom bave in cBltivatloa lands wtich
jrili bring from twenty-fira to forty
doUani per icre Ai aottalrf TVhmA
with such' farms aa tr ptxMsd Vy
these" gent lemea- cab -a vVr betma
necessarily dependent nponmn influi
of capital to insire bsppiaess and ffftMH
parity to its peoples::yrf V-
Alamance Gleaner; :A mtxebaj! 1 we
abbor ;enasa 'ffj&$!ri&,
ciany inq norrioie, crime p wiuvu.uo
oegro was guilty) apdougblikiB most,
other oeoDle. we think tbaUbe welt die
servaa nangiag jyf a :BaTnw px?
pathy with aveasrao. take thelaw in
their own band, Bad bustle a piUty
wretch into eternity) denying' him the
right of every citizen to have a'iory
pass upon his guilt pad hurrying him j
into the presence of his Maker with all
the blackness of his terrible .sin, with
out opportunity to : prepare for ,'lbe
great judgment. , Lynch law is horri
ble, and is all the more detestable be
cause of the numbers ; who engage in
the execution of its sentence. The
laws of the land are capable, of meet
ing, out speedy justice: All-attempts
of private citiiens or mobs to forestall
the coarts of justice rhould be frowned
down bjr all good people. -J.iW.- Al
bertson, &q-, left town yesterday morn
ing for a summer trip to Elizabeth City,:
Nsg's Head, Sec, and will be absent
about three weeks. We - wish him a
pleasant time. A Mr. olines was
retqrntng from jthe commencement at
Trinity College ,and says it was a suc
in all respects, - ' 1 ;
The Piedmont ftw apoIoRises for
speaking of the dedicatory services of
the Lutheran Church HicWory as
done "ajcoring to the Henkelite cus
tom," and. says: We therefore make
ibis notice, to assure the members of
toe aeoominaiioa iqt. le epUet ws
not used a rpose of giving of-
yTense to any one. F" fronj it. There
are not less that 2a0Q members belong
lag the Evangelical CliUfrao Church)
Tennessee Synod, to CHiawba connty,
and a (reat . many of these aaiong the
very best ; ciliseus of the county, and
we'' certainly"' have tootroub regard for
their feeliags and 'tbe cause of truth
tp intentionally 'say anything that
would be in the least raortifyip" pr in
auy way create cne. "The tTjen.nea.
S,juo:cf pf) the Evangelical Lntharan
Church now , nmbersmce an $n
ftccoripg to b,e estAhljsbed rites of
thi anodot body tbat the Hickory
Church ! was dedicated The irre
pressible ll is talking of leasing the
Atlantic Ac North; Carolina' Road and
then building q. aixiioe from Golds
boro to Siliaburv. , and thua, brinir all
the products of the wet forehead
" ' " 11 1 t) a 11 " -1 r, - 11 i .
A citizen of Michigan n?ites to a
Detroit paper of a child 2i years) old,'
reading W Forest vltlf tbafstate; "She
learned he? tH complete befort
she was 14 Bsoniki old, and can now
read, write, apd spell word of (bur
letters, naae all the states and territo
ries in and belonging to the Union, and
pick each one out, designating the same
in one of. thai 'large comprehensive
geographies. J3be can also tell every
mountain, river, and lake,, of any note
both in this and the Old World, and.
show yon all the diSsteot atioiu ia
tba t4id WrU sCadlu oatb America.
Theja k rncr of tbia story, bat this is
probably as uuob as eastern readers
will care to believe. ,v' E-4'"'":
Tba Keokuk Uat Cdy aves the fol-
a a . l .
lowing receipt ; uow W cm ft &oa
gay drip- r,ii aad? "moUse threi
x.t''-. . v ?
Wnrlr on I Via Krm.K f llii. lxnir. -t
under the Uudspa rljr bich badnot
been prneecutCNi since tbe time of the
terrible catastrophe there laar July hfil
been resumed. And, wil t Psh,e4
ahead at la rata cf aoaj Xajty fret a
CITY ITEMS. ;
Chew Jacksoa'a Best Sweet Navy
Tobacco. . . If
bf coaBiBakatSia" addrv seed lo tba
IVwrr, aad gviaf aa accoaat of aa ool-
.- - 13? v. -'-ft m hi n. jftuBmeift ii iiihb Mm-: I " ? s
Tha cosamnaicatie . fraaa a .noted
Republican rf Braaswtck, U wilbbeld
foe farther CQPiicri1- , .' ?i
Ve Bsdenliai (ait UeVt IV. Ikr.
iias tfsiAatioB waa accepud by tba
gosS-ngaUasi of 8a. aafa asglial
Laiaarat Cbitcfe last Sands v.
"SC. j m T ' 1 - - ' :
Ttt a IL CUisn Csckst OmMtay
hsva coscSadrd to tt ia txcnioa ta
SsalibvUle aad iba rert oa TTedscWay.
iUk Sm. mmJ V- rW-fvl 11
I . raL-liinT- 11 B V timiiii -. ,
" tnmam tta2 iTASocvS, edTClsi's,
wirf r9 a tfrrv tpkia Utr?
bt t"U&lriua ea Oa nia
(asc, a Ua saxaaleai af ta ctcJ2
cf ibasUlaGraad lAaaf Gwla-
JTJNE 19; IUifj:r'j',. 1 .NUMBER 25
; The Soperiot Court of Pender cobBty;
Jndge Graves' presiding,' convene at
ttnrv 1.&krt N'4'? JO. H' t?. ) Xn-
6tbr I ancle Mulborry; streets, Morning
ftBf.ai;4'ja. m,.:f f ening prayert $
p, m. . Suqdaj School at St. Barnabas!;
scdiobboiise at 7 p m.,,, Seats frea, y
A oung aal moo J about ' two' inches
long, "wraa"'cngbrinMthe: river a few
days ago by Oapfc BTsbeei oi the steamer
'Mlttbefk.' thi tittle fish bad all the
- 1 ;
dittinetire biirts of the salmon, bat it
is the first
i 4 Tberf i Tery prespef noi JJbai tb
nouttn ojduij ntca mp m
eftbe CaroliaaYpeht ;CjBbjWili;
teiy lively Land interesting -one , . The
metal of the rew yacht Glide is yet to
be tested and the old yachts of the fleet
are in an excellent trim
" The barn and stables of J. K. Brady,
of Qarver'S ' Creek t.wnship, Bladen
county, . were destroyed' by fire early
last S u aday morn t ng, toget h er . w i t h
the contents of the barn and two val
qable horses in the stable. L-ss abont
$503; n.r iterance., -j' ;,i " ' '
r' Capt. S. W fcskiurer is having built
a stern wheel steamer, wh'ch. is about
80 feet long and 24 feet , beam, at his
marine railway, lit the southern j por
tion of the city. The hull and deck
house ' are about completed and are
ready for the reception! of the rpacbiu
ery. . . . ...
series ! of
"chicken dLsputes' Lad in this city
closed last Thursday afternoon-. It is
the first regular main between Wil
snington and Cbkrlott cocks, and we
ire sorrj to say that Charlotte got away
trith us) that City (being credited! with
i fights to our 7 ." : jThere were 1 fights
and three of these were- drawn. "
? ; !" ' . .L- V .1, ' '' 4 -: v. 3'.
Te Nobtii Cabolisian. Jn this
Week's issue this well established' jour-
Bal enters upon its 13th, volume much
ealarged, in new dress, and improved
every way to a first-cla weekly. Dir.
Palemon John, th? proprietor and edi
tor of this journal is one of the most
enterprisipg newspaper men in v the
state, ' '
Rice FLOUB.-Tba jfir r,ice liyur.
made in North Carolini was turned out
?ridaj the Cspe Fear Flour Mills ia
this city. Messrs. Norwood Giles &
Co. concluded to try the experiment of
waiting rioe Hour and j bad about C00
pounds of rice run through the Cape
Fear Flour JSlills. The rice flour is
Tery pretty and we think will be Tery
popular with housekeepers.
Run Over by! a Heavv Truck.
A little son c.f Air. George Slienken
wa su,n oyer by the water works truck
Friday morning abont $ o'clock, on Ue
corner of FourtU 'and lUtncit streets.
The Utilf fellow s only about five years
aid and bas freqneatly been pulled from
under the wheels of the 'truck It ap
pears ha baa beea in tbe habit of ru
sing in, between tbe wheels of the truck
and trying to jump on the body, which
ia only about six & iocbes from : tba
ground. .He has j been warned sgainti
it and once or twice hjv cxan carried
to hts geaU by the driver of the truck
I9d apprised of the danger the litUa
J1)qw wm running. Friday moraiag
ha made an attempt to' j)Bjp on tbje
body of the truck wbea he, f- aad
the wheel PHti bU right, lew,
tuni u near the -hip bose. , Medi
oal aid was summoned to', the little fel
low who is now resting as easy as coald
be expected, but wh.? uanng xerj
rnucn. iro? ht crushed leg.
Tn& Death ot Cxvt. C. B. lniL
Ltrs, J. S. Atop!e who knew tha
oifecer mentioned above were startled
and ssddsaed Friday mornlcg at tb
aewa f hi death. He hd many ac-
qaaintaaers And friends here 1or the
years daring a hkb h bad charge of
the works of tb goTern meat,1 below,
He was often !a c city, ted was
;ljrys free and easy, trra of a JocBlar
temper, ba. wry sh e U bis profession
aad strictly . br.Dcrabla ia ai! trarme-
tW He wasiborn in UartBa!d.Ja
Ply moath ceaaty, lfsmacbottta. waa
of riljntii descent, and Vent la Wtat
Poiat iarVy la Uft'aad craJsaled tat
te Er jiacet Cory, w ika Is the hosHW
bestowed ea tkosa who, ct of 5 or 7,
aa tha maklple may ' ba,ataa4 tW wtgb-
eat in tba sadmuia daaa. Oa 1
sarvrd aftar bk rjradaatiaw la Jew
IStfi, oadiiably. aad waa brrac2J it
ak aervScee atoas j tisaoeJ Cce
ta war kt aAait Vaa waue Veen a
sge4 to Usy rtaet tfatirs, baa U& aw
cad of rmiaicca"tr kk dsrirj
IWM bf ntrr bkbadi kttl bas trcd.
sa d ia ceaasrienca cf pssaalid
UZtJ Wb2 N -iai' f '-U'tBli
isc i JUztZli Ilk rmaSa
ttba to bk aatlva HAce, w Wta Ie
last eke? wd be srrea4d by ataay
wa hiviVvtrbearof abotfeh Miowetlirt Judge Grsves stated
i H hUirh, iiidi i feHtblrf.iOthabntlir
i Aii;Lt; Mi 1 'i 1. 'lnit -"laccebt toOO fasteadfnT f DM4 nr inla.
nW tha.CB3e.tf ILP- Ttvlor versus tba
Ben Tele ptier Covtprfi ' a ' verdict
fo:9Wjr:Tbivef 'lioukand diiia
f was Jawardii a- (Unajta for the Uhd
by tie ptiblisbaia cttd-ct llr. OrtSca
tb (General Sootbern A'gen(,rand (be
ibie! bvit floljaw aladifionaiier the
atr ba aenbrVbicba lalnUfI
claimed hrras entitled toas wa ttnV
Seiitabd ias fcer contract'' Tbe coun
ldknt'tf eoairsei ifor'.Bew: Witlwu
cou nsel for. the plain tiff ; agreed to th a
proposition of f500 and the:rrrdict re
mains : as amended.by ihei Quart. S50Q
for ' Tiolation :f . cow rct nd $5,000
damngea; furs lbe libeltivTbeieBnel
for deiandaot ApxaM trm t&a-mltng
of J.oe ui in rrAiMf. U grunf their
nwitioB lor a. new trial.U-i-': ' t','s 'i
" The Nortii A mekiCas Review, i
out with ' iu usual . prom pin ss. '!" Crl
Scharz le.ds off witha suggestive pa
per 6n '"'resent Aspect of ; the Indian
rrobfem" in which be discusses tbe
Indian obstacle in the way of tbe coun
try's devciopment, ibe' baitnonia n 'f
theji babUoccU atiuui auci iuliiests
of 'the Vd isp!, tt- i.ecess ty wf duca
ti'2. tueir jiouth, itm n ak-n ; ! 1 1 a
tnVu theuiseivi-t. small laud proprietors
and the offering of ,. iuducemsnts 10
ihtai j'.to sell .'for j h fair compensation
the lauds' ttieyjdo not cultivate. sNext
a Qsusitic writer gives the views ot "A
Yankee c Farmer" on Tne Religious
CoaflictV ''"of be Aje.". the'discom
fiture of the modern Agnostic, Moral
ist and Evolutionist. Anotbef frepcb:
ant; article is "tbe ; Power bf Public
Plunder,' by James Panpn, which ap-
p(als to he sons of out men of char
acUf and Valtb, on patriotic grounds,
to enter into politics, and . become tbe
safeguards of their country against
rings and bosses.4 Mr.. Henry George
dwells on "The Common sense of Tx
ation, "The Cost of Crueltv' repre
sented by Mr.J .Henrj bergh,and "A
Study of T;6DByson' comes from the
pen, of Mr. Richard ' Henry .Stoddard.
Bua d t County Couaailti!oasrs4
At a spooial meeliog'of the Board of
County Commissioners, he!d,at the Com
missioners' Room yesterday afternoon,the
ellowinff named persons for tho different
wards and townships in tbe city and
coTinty .'were Jappomled regisfWs Aad
poll-holders for tha ete&Um to be held on
the fi8tTaawdayyinjAagnsfr next, to
ratif f or reject tbe act passed by th e re
cent Lcgisktare prohibiting the sale and
tnaooCactBte of aU aleobolia drinks ex
cept Bpoa a pbyskka'a certi Scale. ' Tbe
registran'and po l-boiders are as follows
I riasx WAR-uri'Ku piyrsios.), 4
iwarunrar jurcuie Aiocrmaa. , .
Poll4olders James Stewart, Charks
alarphy, J.O.NIxob, Simoo Ricbardson.
i i mrr warp ujwxa wvisios. j 4
Rcgolrar . IL 1 urling tea. .
Poll naidets-Jobn II. Straaa, John
L. Dudley, James a. Lowrey. ' :
aECOXD . WARD.
lctror Dr. W. W. Ilarrisa. -'
Poll UolJors R. F. Kyden, U Tata
Rowdea, QcCl'K ''arden, thas allett.
. i, TBIEtt WABO . ; ,
- ltfgiitrar--W L. Jaoo.
Poll II oWera A. J. Yopn, iWalker
Mearrs, Alhw rvana, Jaba OsTgreve.
. ' IrUlrsr-T. Baatiajr-
h IVII, IIoidra--?.Comaua?, A L. Da
Rotstt; J G. Norwood. J aa. K. CatUr.
" ii; h! rrrrsf wast. -
ljrtmr--Joha W. llewttL
IoJl dot Jr-J. H. alcUowaa. J. G.
Dardea, W! Hon, J. D. Dediey.
i -J. -ci;rBAnowsBir.
I.isuTur J. rt reuaway.
. PoU nuWerv-W. a Jabnaoa, J. T.
St) 'Ceort, THtt Triton. Lake
f RexTatrsr -farsra X. UraaWr.
Toll tTdKterWX. B. faub. V.
Wootca; Jard ta Nlsoa, a U. Alcusv-
': isstotwwBr - i
IbrjirtrarJota A. rjre.
- ra QflLkxaH. B. KeaiSarl, Lewbi
TedJ, Jcsr; ;fia, X. J. Uraktt.
; H mua rant Tewawtr,
" rt-xtrar J. II. Deraa. "
nl lltiirt J. H. Eavat, J. U
ta, Anbis Ftwasa, TT. ft. XA
vjpoa tKCa t Cemmurntt Meat
r-ostry il waa avdcrtJ lia tie
eawarlscttmta Lt a-liVJa U
Cccrl Cm asi usakj ret Ert
i It tsi f;ttltclstl Ha ttt esse ai
nCiiTi tf ti ess! Hsa ts ul
U" tti ' rri4,w k;t Ia tzZlas Cars.
slUtllryrrTctt at nsfa
l U64ofiontraet; bat would wet aaide tie
be 1 awsrd if 5 tfiOOO aa eVisH3 Tha
4 Upon motion tbe otctin 4 adjonrned.
"fin i-y.V--."-- u', : r 1
The binaaoe Conunmitlee met', unmc
dAtely rter'tbe adjoorcment "or the v
EoafJ aad opeoed tbe bids' for' tbe ' con
s'trieUoa eftbe addition to . the .Court a
Tojosd aad tinning the roof: of tbe Poor : -.
noose.: Messrs B. "l). ; Morrill . & 5oa :
were awarded the contract far tbe former
and Messrs Parker k Taylor for the 1st
terjob .1 r. -l:
444 - AC- . , , ' 4 .,' , s- .4 i , ,4
j " M, M Bel lamy loat, a Tery. val uabl a , ,
COW on Tbttrday afternoon- from death Ar
caased by' eating re ock orang? bues.
3To cow eat very teartUy of them ai d
dtedl ia slia.. half sn bour. It k said 4
tbfttheltnock orjaotfe eoataina quWa in . c
amount pf pruwlc xcd t-dr-'. ,
I'H' ' " ''"' ! ' ' .... ".
!. In tbla d y at now, n ih 13 b uiis.
S'mon&a.41" JAv K utH) acd
.. ThB- rui.er-1 , rT.CH hf h. .; i
jOfk p. m.t t .. .r ruir..;
fTteoand rqiii. o -e - i- vi - 1
H N K.W A I V KU I Is , ....
V 'CABOUb VcBMKAL hAJLUI,
GEN'AU PAS KNGET DtPAKT h 1ST, '
rjX), ALL) PLACES OF RESOUT I2i Till;
iuoua'ai't aecticm of North and Foulb tar
ollna. win be: oh! sale at tbe offices of this
Oimpaar.on and after Jon 1st, ISM.
Qatck, e-nllnaou eheda.tvs will rctm
ineud Utit Rou 10 li. - . . .
PtfifXi.tr IoavIdv ttmlcg onstHNS A
y- arrive at, Cleveland xpiinK wmt evto
Ing- aaU Asbvttl next. nurnlDfc. at U
o'elook.. v . ' . t
Further iu formation a a appliruttnn to
may is if y, w. CLaKK. O. P. A.
MARYLAND . ,
ETE AND EAR INFIRMARY,
0 oaratofra cjt., Ualllmore Nd.
Th lloard pf Director Uk thU op put (.
nlty of informing: tn public of tb ,.uierior
advaotaeuef thli 10nlltjuUn to pUnt
uflerig from Ee aud Kar affection.. Tbe
laetltuuoabea ba In operation fur m
paat twei-ve yeara.' and li mo-t rentralir
loeated. two doora below ft. Pant's cburcb.
Indigent UenU will find ad in U ion, free
oftharce. llyorderoftbeltOarduf direct
QT. O. W. DOBBIN, Preddent.
UIUKCTOKS-U. P. Ne-woomer, Ram'l W.
Sboemaaar.Prof. H. ICSbepberd.Kttp. Pub.
Bcbol John H. B. Latrobo, IVJ. K. icy. t .
Morton Btewart, Cbr.htian Ax, llaof. V.
VlnitM. and others. .
: For apcolal information app'y to
No.TU W.MonomrnU4t.,(Mt. Vrrnon P,i
oorcaon la cbarte. : myZ4w
UKIB HOME BEAUTIFUL
Enrravlnia. Choice nbjecta. IowtVtrfM
WANTfcD. Addra-s J.& Mi-CLRUY ACXX.
PbUadolpbta, I, j , v . nay
HAVE YOU j EVER;. KNOWN
Any person to bo Bcrtoualy ill wit boat m
weak atomaeb or Inactlva liTrr or kldnc)-r
And whan ibaaa onaaa are la good cond- -tlon
do yoo not find their poeor enior
tof good htaltb? Parser's Uinger Tonk
always regu lata tbee lnip'rta.ii rruana.
and arr feus lo make the blnoil rlrh and
para, aad to straagtban every part of ifas
system. It baa eared hundrrJi (f 1e pair
ing Invalids. Ask your neighbor about iu
may 22-4 w
ttt lfA -V A Uolde4Togoradsonly
SSk Address Daniel F. Uaatty, Washing-
ton, . J.
a-y li Sw- ,f
TBI? T TTB CO.
coiDj"tnAi wf otjt f..ifrwo
M M. 1
. . I lat w W pa.
mmtU lAiSllT auM4aiaacasi
Ma sis'- Wa. IXR txw, f Rw.'fVevW'
MaV.Nk 11 -Sl llf Mh.UllM
fair a-eaf otMHan a ser-v em :
lo the T -tsmo BLaoa. TWm ttmr wot
ara pariudftfs month. Mantarui
Jaaisv. -i, ,
Thy arij bvriira la Me. KrsUTs a-r-fUr
vaJa. aad W1U trs aa Itvaty as ImTw
mats tacsa.' .!.-.. ' . .
Toledo Weekly Blade
stbLARGT Pettis! a d rsrni r a.
tav ta ts t;arS aad ta ain w
i Ma Bjb'BJii .Walaa n . r. s a
aa aa r-v y a aoriy tbm SsaiS
as iwavay aiaiaaaa rsrnwy.
F-w Thrra alaasba, gmss pali. . Ul ot.
Kwry aWt' la tba t4tr d-vrias
4 rosnuir ur iia imYr
ta at aas n sSasuaa wa iu m-2r t.
d -4 tia-$i4 tiidi'we Swsa4;pMai iwpnana
1 S-nri la sa it asaaawwa'-
attiu. ttwvaiM aat ta
aaraaisl.a4r S a4 kaaa.
irrhrttotM ta saa. , "...
tnaev3rtt ttuwa Savors 1
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