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WILMINGTON, NORTH iClROLlJSEA SUNDAY, JULY J 7: 1881.
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On Friday at 8.30 . m. the pulse of
the President stood 90, temperature 98J,
w j -
At 7 p. m., pulse at 98, temperature
-j 100.4, respiration 20. . . '
i On -the Dight of the fifteenth, Dr.
' i Reyburn, one of the President's at
' . lending physicians "said, i "The Presi-
lent has not a single unfavorable symp
tom. We are not only hopeiul for his
. fetovery 'but we; are, beginning to be
Koguine of it. .
At Albany on- Friday, Lapbam, (rep.
fur short term) 70 Potter, 53 (dem.)
' . Conklingi' (slalwart.) 32, and twocat
leriflg; Necessary to an election, 79.
For loDg term, Miller, (rep.) 74
. Kernan, (dem,) 53, llamilton Fish, 11,
' Wbceler; 7, 12 faltering. Necessary
to a choice, 79. , , , :
' It will be seen that Laphain, upon
whom tbe administrallonists concen
trate for the short term, lacks 9 jVotes
dI election, and Miller, upon whom the
long term conceuirate, lacks only 5
TOtei. j ' . :j . .. .-"' i : -
' ' - An election wiil not be very impos
sible In three or four days, The crisis
" may lave occurred before ! the Post
go:s to press. v - :
Vice-i'resideD t Arthur willnotgo to
Albany again. Conklyig. gives no in
Jica'.Ion of resigniug.
t tjeveu cases of yellow fever at Pena-
' I V - ' '
I'be Deoiocrats of Ohio have nomi-
. ualed au unheard of man named Book-
waller for Governor. jNobody lyiows
who ho1, andjUjey say he bought bis ;
The Boston Journal of Qimmcrce,
opeaklng ot the fact that Mr. Lafayette
Holt, of Graham, North , Carolina, be
came afr apprentice to the Lowell ma
chine shops about three years ago, and
is now made .superintendent of the
Layfayette Mills at Company's Shop?,;
' jokingly says that, northern manufac
turers .must look sharply aAer their
j burets, or the south will get ahead of
t ' them. The Joria says the day is past
, when ''professional nincompoops, the
I . favored son of some wealthy stock'
r holder" only, ride the southern mills
lo mae failure?, b,ut that the .''msjori
If of the cotton m ilia of the south have
' hfcu very prosperous," do the business
bn a large scale, "advance rapidly in
the accumulation of wealth," by giv-
i tug their own sons " practical and
thorough education, which is certainly
- commendable, and could be imitated
1 wih protU to the itockh jldera by some
or the older manager of New Kog
land." ' " v.
, ' Victoria Woodhull's . daughter, Miss
Uerirude BloQ, it Is said ie to marry
Ird Colin Campbell, the filth son of
the. luke of Argyle. V
. j ?l 7 UK 1ST it 13. '
v We agaiQ address you.' We do ao to
arn you of the very great harm that
- U i assured I y opme to - you aad the
holy cause, by the eourae of many of
your colaborers, by their present deal
ings in politics. We know it is only
a very small number who are engaged
: . in this unholy political course. But
te appeal to yo who have kept your
owQ Uiits dean, to advise the others.
' The good people of North. Carolina
. love and reverence their preachers, ana
obe of the grttel cause for their ad
miration la owlet to the heretofore rare
character of the miolaters.'and their total
abstinence from everything of a poliU
" ral nature, : French temperance, we all
advise, b when you leave yonr sacred
stand ta the church for the stomp, jo
1 lower yottmlTfe In the ryti of nil, toa
thereby teestn roar inflaenc for good.
k ' Those people who are ndvUlog yea to
Uke np the' cause of rrnhiwuon are
your worst mmiea, and the day m not
far distant when Hyoa will admit it.
rrehibitioa U a poUUeal e.uesUee, and
no edacattl man will dear it; and joa
can ' not cch it witLon siUior your
Ceptala John & Leary ef Comber
Uad eoonty, is oot against prohibiUoa,
aa4 i vUl $9 all he can 19 defeet the
Dr. Bliss stated1 on the ovening of
the 10th that the President was, doing
aa well as could be expected; and that
he was highly gratified with the man
ner in which the patient was progress
ing. The President' diet consist
principally of milk, which he appears
to relish, lie suffers no internal pain
from the wound but experiences con
siderable soreness of the muscles: - ' -
UNOFFICIAL BULLETIN. ' " s
Executive- Mansion, July 11," 9,20
P. M. The President's - temperature,
which at the date ot the last official
bulletin -as higher than at any time
during the day, has since steadily
fallen until it now stands at about last
night's figure. No especial importance
is attached by the attending surgeons
to these daily fluctuations in tempera
ture and pulse, which, at this stage ol
the President's case, are to be expected.
The general tradition of the patient at
this hour is favorable and satisfactory.
I . OFFICIAL -BULLETIN.
Ex ecutive Mansion, July 11,7 P.
M. The President has had rather more
fever this afternoour In other respects
his condition is unchanged. Pulse 108,
temperature 102.8, respiration 24.
UNOFFICIAL BULLETIN. ,
lix ecutive Mansion, July 11, Mid
night. The President has passed a
quiet day but has had a little worse
fever than usual this afternoon. He
has taken twenty-fiye ounces of milk,
an ounce of rum, and' a piece of milk
toast during the day, without any indi
cations of gastric disturbances, and has
slept at intervals fairly well. Since the
date of the last official bulletin his
uulse and temperature have fallen to
about the mean of the past three days,
and he is now sleeping quietly. His
room, throughout the day, has been
kept at a steady temperature ot to de
grees, the refrigerating machine in the
basement working considerably below
its full capacity '
IWashingtonJi D. C.,' Executive
M ansion., July 12, 8 A. M. The Pres
ident is comfortable this morning. The
rise of temperature noted in last even
ing's bulletin began to diminish about
an hour later, Pulse Ub, temperature
; 99, respiration 22. ! -v . " V
(Signed) ; L. YV. liLisa, )s
" - J. J. WOODWABD, J
t J. K. Barne,
' 1 ROBT; K.EYBURN.
UNOFFICIAL BULLETIN. ?
ExKv unvE Mansion, July 12, 8 A.
M. The unfavorable symptoms which
made their appearance yesterday after
noon nave entirely suo&iuea. . ne
Pres dent passed a very comfortable
night, and this morning his pulse is 96,
and temperature U9.tj. This would
seem to indicate mat . tbo Breecl
pplse and temperature of last evening
was merely temporary. The fluctua
tions are due, as the surgeon supposed
at the time, to some momentary tax
upon his nervosa system, rather than
to any permanent unfavorable change
r J. S. Brown.
I viPrivate Secretary.
Al l B. 41. Uomiortaoie puise iw,
temperature 100.8, respiration 24. '
' UNOFFICIAL BULLETIN.
Executive Mansion. 10.30 P. M.
Since the 7 o'clock bulletin the Presi
dent's pulse has dropped to 102, and
his temperature to 102.1. At this hour,
10.50 1. Mi, ne is sleeping quieuv, ana
all his symptoms show au improved
buuuietvu - s
Washington, J uly 1 2. Dr. : J. J.
Woodward, one of the four surgeons
who are in constant attendance upon
the President, upon being asked to
night what he thought of the latter's
condition, replied: This has been on
the whole trie best day tne rresiaeat
has had since hm injury. There was
less disturbance during the febrile rise
this afternoon than on previous after
noons, and by actual maximum tern
oerature was less to-day than yester
day. It still represents, however, con
siderable afternoon fever, and it would
not be safe as vet to declare the resi
dent out of danzer: but his reneral
symptoms are very eneouragisg and
villi Terr aav we leei increased nope.
Burgeon, Menerai jurnei pjpon oeing
Li m . .
asked this evening his opinion, of the
President1- caw, said; ttu maximum
temperature has been leas to-day than
yesteraay ana nu general cooaiuoa h
- . S-J:. 2-
muca improved, no uaes nounsn
mant in conalantlv Inereaainr auanti
ties, and his stomach performs Its
functions well, it is not only netter
lo-nicht than las; nigat but bu conoi-
lion as a whole u ncuer than at any
lime since the abooUnr.
Dr. Bliss says to-nifbt that the Pres
ident's afternoon fever began later to
dav than oa prtvioua Uaya. and has
been characterised by leas intensity.
Ud to 4 o dock nu poise ua not co
abete a'nodreu and it has begun to
fall again since toe Colo of the last
bulletin. Tha Prtaidtnt's con-
diUon. Dr.lSUs said in cooctol6b, U
im unrr wit buiuciutt. : :
yiceiwiaeai Anaar oautu uii
KtecuUTe Mansion Vhi evenleg and
had a short but pleasant Interview with.
ExrccvttvB Maxmon, July 13, 8:50
P. M.-The l'reaMent is doiag well
this moralBg; pulse 00, teaptrataxe
W, mplrauoa 20t UU gradnal pro
crese towards iscovwt ta saaaUcst aad
tin Car witaeat setioos cocapliciUcs
l 5 s. 4
Vuxxx&ro3t. IX CL Exscrmi
Ijixtyc, Jary I J. 1 1. XL Tae rws
I4f ecsdiua ecauare BTwawa.
Pulse 91, temperature 100.0, respiration
' (Signed) D.,W. bliss, ,u
J. J. WOODWARD, ;
J. K. Barnes,' v
Ex)bt. Beyburn. -"
- Washington. July 13. The attend
ing surgeons report that the President's
fever at this hour 4 P. Mvr-is much
lower than at the same time yesterday
afternoon; that his general, symptoms
are favorable, and that his; condition
is in every way satisfactory.:, ;,'
: official; bulletin. :
Executive Mansion, 7 P. M. The
President has had less lever this after
noon than either yesterday or ; the day
before. He continues slowly to im
prove. Pulse 100, temperature 101.6,
respiration - 24.
(Sigaed) D. W. Bliss,
J. K, Barnes, ;
. 1 J. J. Woodward.
, - v Robt. Beybubn.
Executive Maksion, July 13.
The following telegram was sent by .the
attending surgeons this afternoon: -
Executive Mansion, July 131 ii if.
Te Drs. Frank H. Hamilton and D.
II. Agnew The febrile rise yesterday
afternoon was less marked and occurred
at a' later hour than en the previous
day,! and to-day for the first time the
President's morning temperature fell
to a normal point. Yesterday at 7 P.
M.,his pulse was 10 1, temperature 102.4;"
respiration 24. To-day, at 8.30 A. M.,1
pulse 90, temperature 98.5, respiration5.
20; 1 P. M., pulse 94, temperature
100.6', respiration 22. 1 1
. . D. W. Bliss, .
J. K. Barnes, ;
i J. J. Woodward,
v Robt. Reyburn.
Executive Mansion 11 P. M.
Although the weather has been ex
tremely not the President in the arti
ficially cooled atmosphere of his room
has J passed a quiet and comfortable
day; sleeping naturally and restfully at
intervals, and taking more nourish
ment than in any previous correspond
ing period; The maximum of the daily
ferbaie rise has steadily decreased, since
night before last, when in the jijdgtneut
of the attending Burgeons, the crisis of
I the Surgical fever was passed." The pa-
1 vf lAnl 'a I-nm nara I a onrl mi Ion wnra 1 imr
iaau a t&uiiatuio auu puiao nviv ivy w
er last night than on Monday uigut,
and are. lower to-night than they were
last night, while his general symptom j
have correspondingly improved.
Dr. Bliss, upon being questioned to
night with regard to the President's
reported weakness and debih'y, stid
"There is no danger te be appr bended
froai weakness. The .President i no
weaker than any man would hi with
such an injury, and after such lever.
He is day by day taking more and more
nourishment, and although it . cousins
irincipally or milk, it is well atfcinur
ated and is" amply sufficient to ruaiu
tain his strength until he is in the con
dition to take solid food."
Dr. Bliss' attention was then ! called
to rumors which have been prevalent
here and elsewhere this week to the
pfloct th&t thAMirceons are concealing
from the press and the public the gra
ver, and more dangerous aspects ot the
President's lease, and that the official
bulletins do not fully and truthfully
represent his actual condition. In re-
Sily, Dr. Bliss emphatically and with
eeling: "There was never anything
more unfounded and unjust. Ye nave
reported all the President's symptom?,
good and- bad, with perfect frankness
and truthfulness. Bulletins more hon
est and judicious than ours have never
been issued, and any .one who makes a
contrary assertion says what is uutruc.
The President is making slow progress
towards recovery, and that is tne truth.
Although he is not yet out of danger,
I think it comparatively safe to say
now that he will probably recover'
After some further conversation, Dr.
Bliss returned to the President's room,
saying with a smile and a nod of the
head as he closed the door, "lie h go
ing to got well," r
" ( OFFICAL BULLETIN. -
8:30. Pulse 90 temperature 9,8
respiration 32. ,' J -
At one p. m. about the same.
Dr. Bliss reports i this afternoon that
at 4.80 p. m. tne l'reairent nas naa
better and .more comfortable day than
he has passed since he received his in
jury. His pulse, since mornipg has.
ranged irom V2 to va, and is now y,
with temperature normal. Up to this
hour there has been no recurrence oi
- - m
the daily fever. Hie condition contin
ues in every way encouraging and sat-
laiactorv. 1 I
Washington. July 14, 11 P. M.-
The President's afternoon fever was
late arain in making its appearance to
day, and its intensity as compared with
that or previous days showed a ruxuer
decline. Ud to 5 n. m. the Patient's
temperature, which is the surest test of
ferbile disturbance, remaioed normal
and the range of range ot pulse was
oolv lrom 92tod5. After 5 o rlort the
temperature etaduaUv ib creased until
7 o'4lci. A& examination was made
when it was found to be 101. binca
that time it baa again fell, leaving 1U
as the maximum of temperature and
?3 as ll Maxiiuuai cf puhe 1 for the
day. This w a matted Improvement
upon the record of yesterday, aad a
farther proof, if prcof vjejj afejled.
that the fever has rassed its crisis and
is slowly subtidinf. Dr. "Reyburn, at
10.30 to-nbtbU said thai tt President
baa beea raiains coaataatly siaca yet
terdar and U bc;tcr new than at any
Dii Dcem's Punnet School at Ureca-
wood Lake, has be epintd by aa ad
dress by aimtelf, la whka he explsieed
the reason fbr stanief aad Ce wpe
fiV dttcui04 ViU It vol re the
hiiktst' e.alsUotV Ve'trtatnl Vy
tosM of le Wt ptopari r ia
OAaH. IXxieryboat r-takiI
agaiaattka nWseCthe rT
An act to prohibit negroes from sell-
ineliqnor. should be the title Of. the
so-called ' prohibition' law thjit we shall
vuie uu in .ugusi. uj;.b.
If the prohibition bill should become
a law, there; is not ar? -colored r iaan iq
North Caralina Who. can sell liqtior; bui
5,000 white men - can ell ;by,rnnning
drus? stores, k -idipoka dT
: Colonel George IT.' Mabson.r .Hon
Joseph C. HiD, Judge Stacy
ringe," and, in fact, every other le
Republican' in, iTew Hanover county,
are opposed to the prohibitipn ibiit,.
Big time at Rivenbark's MillsPen-
der county, July 21, of all anti-ProbJbt-D
tionists; Hon.' H.1 E. Scott; and others;
will speak, and they will tie at! Burgaw
on the 29th. All should turn out and
hear the truth.' :: ,-''''' '
The following members-of Che stale
CommitUe haye authorized their names
signed to Judge W, A. Moore'sj address,'
published on editorial page:- Dr. J. J.
Mott, Chairman,Thos. N.Cooper, Esq.,'
Col. I. J. Young, M. Rodgers, Esq.,
Capt. John B. Eaves and W. jP. Cana
day, which i makes seven .oat of the
eleven members. ' ,f : V;'
Mr. A; V. Horrill, chairman Of the
Republican Committee of Pender coun
ty, says his committee 'stand unani
mous against the prohibition till. .'.He
also states; that the mass meeting called
for the 22d of July hss been put off
until the 29th of July, when all are in
vited to attend. This was done to pre
vent confllicting with other meetings,
Rev. I. F. Alrrtrge- requests us to Bay
that he is not, nor does he intend hav
ing anything to liay concerning the
prohibition' bill. He is in favor of temj
perance, but opposes ministers having
anything to say on political questions; ,
and he thinks certain whitefprbhibition-
iats are trying to get colored ministers to
do what' they reluse to do on this "po
political matter, the prohibition bill
We publish below one of the most
beautiful prayers we have seen for the
restoration of President Garfield. -It
was made by the Jewish Rabbi, in the
Houe of Israel, in New .Orleans, on
July 9th, 1881. ' ' ' ; ' ; J J
Great. Mighty and All-powtrful God
and Sovereign, Praised and Exalted be
thy name, lhou art tjie solejKuler of
i he Universe, vJ .Lord of Hosts!
Who is like unto Thee in might and
mrrcy? Thou graciously hiearkenest
nnui the prayers of those who are af
flicted, thou sende8t llieui wJTatian.
through thy loving kindness. )
With broken and contrite hearts,' we
approach Thy throne of Mercy and
pray in behalf of the Presid,ept of the
United ottcs the God-fearing man,
who eeks the wellare or nis people,
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
who is now visited wjtll pain and af
fliction, lying on the bed of 'suffering.
King ot Kings, in tuy mercy we be-
seechthee, grant him a perfect cure,
annihilate all violent and evil decrees
against him, and beat his wounds.
U King ot Kings, in thy mercy we
implore thee, remove from; him all
manner of painful sickness, ordain his
speedy cure, increase the years of his
life, and make his rule prosperous and
glorious. , i V
O King of .Rings, in thy mercy we
pray thee, bless his faithful wife, with
thy justice thy favor and thy reward,
restore her also to a perfect state of
health; oh Uod, do thou heal her, we
beseech thee. !
O Lord, O Lord, thtu who art gra
cious and merciful, behold the atfiic-
lion or tne people, wbtcn oppresses
them, let evil counsels be j frustrated,
and the stones of iaJuity'jbe, - turned
away tram mem. , -.
Look down from Thy heavenly habl
tation and graciously accept our petit
tions. Oh God, grant it.
M.sj tUU hetft willof God. Amen,
Ed. Poor: Please tell the - ministers
of the gospel to return to their pulpits
and stop dabbling in o'ili, It it
their duty to v,ra us of evil, not give
us the example of their evil doings.;
The people are opposed to prohibition,
andif appearances indicate &ojhicj;,
will vote ar-aim, thf adoption of inch
a law as was passed by the last Gene
ral Assembly. ours truly t
CttaTON, NIC, July, 1SS1.
En. lsr: The Republiracs ol old
bampsoa are wo; a, Jvtr txf the prvhl
UMa btlt ( te ' dotsg all I eaS
against H, and thrve-lvurtV of the
people are araiaU . i W 1 f was glad to
tee Colonel Pickery's commnaicaUoa
ta the last fam cf the TVsr, nrjlog.
with good reason, every KepuUkaa
lathe state te vote sgalast tha prohi-
bitioa bill, and I am eae who believes
la Colonel Docktry.
I indont the tctioa afthe tuu Cos
fciiuW."aad ixa satis, td tie iUpabU-
cans ef tkts ceeraty do the saxae, aad
that they will roll p a liaadjosse ma-
joriy agalast the pee&ihUiea Hit.
YerT tra?y ytars.
Uywe waai ta ba ereU
tcxlba to tPcr,
. T ... i... . .
- V aaxtiiAg t aiitiwi v avvat
- Ed". Post: A few days ago, while at
Warsaw waiting . to take the train for
Goldsbore, tne question of prohibition
or anti-prohibition came up in discus
sion, and 1 was asked by Dr. Owen on
which Tside tne Lord was, and replied,
brrtfie - side' of anti-prohibition, be
cause -that side was the side of rignt.
Dtrplinl will give is- msjorfly of 1,000
against "the prohibition bill, 1
; I cordialljr indorse the action of the
state . Committee, and have been in
strncted 16 say the Republicans of Du
plin also indorse said action; r ; . ,
-m?YmtiirMA: TL Middleton l
ihtvt in: - iChmi County Eep. Com. ''l
t GlXX ;ITEMB.
Chew r JacksouV, Best Sweet . Navy
iler. Dr. Bernheim returned to the
-City last night and itl fill his pulpit
tc-day.; ; . - T - ' i - .. . .j.-;
The foundation wall of the new wing
to the Court House has been ' fioished
'and left to harden. y'". "'
The! University of Nobtu Caro
lina. It is an actual pleasure to say
a kind; word ef that old and. rejuvena
ted Institution f Bee ad. !.
" Mr. J. L. Winner, who was awarded
the contract for keeping the city clock
in repair, has. given it a thorough over
hauling and the clock is now slrikine'
tho hours. . . ' i . :
Samuel Arcrum showed a peculiar
fondness for poultry and robbed bis
landlady of all her stock of fowls. He
now languishes in jail awaiting his trial
for larceny at the next term of the
Criminaf Court. '
Rev.! Morgan C. Turrentine, of the
Alabama Conference of the M. E.
Churcbj ied in this city Friday even
ing at! the residence of his son. Mr.
John R. Turrentine, at the advanced
age of 81 years. f : ' ' j : - "
I, - .!. ..!''
We use the remark that' the Custom
House at Smithville is a disgrace to the
Government and that . the gang way
leading to it is a mantrap. We walked
over it a few days ago and it shook to
that extent as to make us feel very un
comfortable, -j.-- ' j . i
On Thursday a terrible thunder aud
lightning storm passed over Goldsboro
and vicinity. Two colored persons
were killed at Goldsboro by the elec
tric fluid, and one man two chickens
f dog a DudUy', twenty miles
this aide of Goldsboro? : . f
ien. Bender, who has been an in
mate of the county poor house for the
past three years, leftths Institution in
high dudgeon a few days ago, because
the Superintendent would not allow
him to keep four suck-egg dogs. Ben-
der said if-his dogs couldn't stay he
WM going to leave too ,
. .-j. : .
The Wrioutsville Mail: The
contract for carrying the Wrightsville
mail (has been awarded to John H.
Whiteman. The service began yester
day, the 10th insL The schedule is as
follows: Leave Wilmington at 8,30 a.
mi, and arrive at Wrightsville at ia30
m.j leave Wrightsville at 4.30 p. m.,
and arrive at Wilmington at 6.30 pL m.
Friday afternoon,! a lioue on the
corner of Ninth and Castle stnela, oc
cupied "Vy tSen. 'SoithJ colored; was
struck by lightning acd was badly
dameged. The roof was torn up and
the chimney cut half in two by the
electric fluid. . The bricks of the chim
ney were thrown into the room in which
Smith and his wife and five children
wera sittiog, but tof ' taem were j
Tme Dixie Fna. The Su BOW
Fair of the Dixie Agricalturai Society
Ukes place at the Fair Ground at
Wacuboro on Wcducsday and Than-
day Of this wecklhe 20th and 21at
int. There will be a tearnasnenL glass
ballf shooUsg, trials of peed, balloon
atcenaloa,; fcc. A dramatic perform
ance will be given Iq. tha maia betid
ing each day. ' y" : j ;
Mar. J. t. Branch has been atpct&lrd
Chief Marshal; Dr. U. W. RobUoo,
Ueaeral Supervisor of Ealritf; S. C
Alexander, Jr., SapcrvUor of glass ball
skooUsr, W.A. Ules and D- L.
tiaylor, tsipcrvMora of asnaseseaU.
Divito rua BatCBU. Fit years
ago a iigktcr ioaa4 wtta tmk was
saak at Mtasr. Kerckaer ft GJdet
Craa. whirf, atas tLe & of CWsaat
MA- fo aaam tare denaA tha
jrb, -oa tkdr en boo." gvttia
tkata Wkka. TVey axvt adptd
pvlsii&iva atttaod. Eaaalag a torn:
po3e dowa by a tLaaes raft snaaei
ta tiy &.t u the boCaca; rvmai
aad rrtara wila aa ana fall ef kakka,
Ta&a4dy Cky wtmtdsem tkey gat
Icgi aWst t-M U om Im ai tWaslt
kaa aiaca etreCtd
1 . DOWN-WCTH-
FJi. NUbLTTJ. CISM
.!.-. Those citixens of New Hanover coun
ty in favor of preserving' the lights 'we
tQ-day enjoyj axe hereby notified J that
there. wDl-be an U-pronlbitloi con
ventioa Jiejd in tha City Hall; inWll
mingWn, ,N.C on? Wednesday, July
?0185U.-C - .!.;f.-. i e r-)"i !
r The Cenyentiorl wUl be called to or
der t 3 o'deck,. p. m.Beniember fa
natics are making another raid oh the
people's; i rights.-; We oppose this so
called prohibition bill becanse it is an
iayasioo: on the ; Ume-honored tights
and privileges of the citizens of Nortli
Carolina; ; lecanae it is an attack on
civil and reUgious liberty; because it
; removes Uxatioa; Irom liauor and places
it on the necessities of life; because it
is detrimental to the material prosper
ity ol NorthJarplinai ?r Of course there
is no' politics in it, of course not; Jndge
Merrimon, Thos. J. Jarvis and Albert
son ought .to know. k-::
Sons of Liberty, awakeT'A ronsbg
meeting at night at the old - market
stands Colonel ,'L jYming, i of Ral
eigh, N. C, and ; other eminent speak
ers will address you. ;"' v .
H. E. Scott, President.
JM. McGowjtN; Sec'y. r; v -
PU BLtCSPE AK1NG. ' ; ;
Hob. George Wr Pxice, ir'will ad
dress his fellow citizens in ; behalf of
an ti-prohibition at the following times
and places: ;' '". : s
! Newbern, Monday, July lSih al 8
o'clock, p m. J- '': '; ': ;. ,
j Kinston, ' Tuesdayj July . 1 9th sat 8
o'clock, p'mi ,.,!'f: v-: '''i;.-';r'.;. .j'
j Goldsboro, Wednesday, July 20th at
8 o'clock, p sa. ; -' V--;vr" J;.." ' '
j ElijibethiCit; Friday; July 22d, at
8 o'clock, p m. : ; ! ' ' .' ' ) '
f Edenton, Saturday,. July 23J, at
noon. ' ;.; ":; -;Cmy' V
Plymouth, Monday, July 25th, at 3
o'clock, p m. .' : "..
Wilson, Tuesday, July.T26th, at 3
o'clock p m. ; - "' :y j;
' Magnolia, Wedacsday, July 27th at
2 o'clock, p m. 1 "
Clinton, Thursday. July 23 to. at 12
U 1 UCK m
I Buifaw, Triday, July) 2Utb,' at 8
o'clock, p m.
Town Creek, Saturday, July 30lb,jat
12 o'clock m. ; . '
v Elissbelhtown; Mondsy4 August 1st,
at 12 m. - ti'ZlJ. ;- -
Abbottsburg, Monday, August Ht, at
8 p m. ! 1 -
Anti ProhibilionisU are requested
to have thes meetings fully advertised
and all arranreinents made for tha
speaker, and places, for the meetings.
Thojj.' N. Coopeb, Chairman.
I'll ABM AC'EL'TICA l AKkQIATIOS.
Ihe lint annual meetiu of the North
Carolina Pharmaceutical Association,
will take place at Newbern, on August
9th. Tho local committee have secured
Accommodations for members and their
families at $1.50 per day at the hotels.
Reduced rstes on the rx'doads have
been secured for Members and visitors
attending Ike meeting, as follows:
' Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Kail
road, round trip tickets for one fare,
Raleigh and O v ton Railroad, 8 cents
per Mile, ei.ch iwey J North Carolina,
Wilmington and Weldon, Atlantic and
North Carolina, and Western North
Carolina Railroads, round trip tickets,
6 cents per mile, la order to b pres
ent at the peeing ses members
i wuet Uke the 3;i p.m. lrJa0at Oolds
boro oi Monday. .
KepubllcAM of th FeoriU W la,
1 Wtlialnjrua. ft. .' J t
LAwaxaccJilAM July 0, 15 I. i
7i vAoat it may ronrmt,
For all necessary aaactings of the IU-
pablicaas of j Ward Four; City of WO-
ingtoa.'N.C.a P. Lockey, LV)is
hereby aatherised, duriojt my abtcsce,
to Usne adttcea? calling tettther the
Republicaas of och Ward, far oonal-
taiioa Bd attlon, ccecrraiag party
aauer. 1 csth ' call ta W atada ovtr
his own name, or la coa section wiu
soch otkrn as he sssy anociata with
hisa. . Lawso C Cicx. t
Of ike CbcaaltU t A Ward.
By authority :ct th above, which
was received Ut vk, we, tha n&dcr
Ajraed Cfpabticaas af aaU 4th Ward,
a a i - -
acreey au ; a mteuag r Lae aaa a
tia'ciock, at the Cape Tear Eagtaa
Kttsse,; oa Aaa aiml, hetwtcs Frcct
aad giteal stmts STaadiy algkt tU
Itta tsacaat, t eatttUer latpartaat
4 D Oarxa;
"y Sla rva rca airtriW la
; We have fiftt dollars left with
us to bet that the state will go 20,000 t
majority against Prohibition. Who
will take it? Oasis good, but' money
talks. - '' " Ed. Post. .
i i . . , i ,-i
- .The Second Presbyterian Church hie
beea. supplied , with .a large and rery
powerful organ. The instxnmeat ia !
said to be a very elegant one and was
purchased from Mr. a W. Yates. 4 .
; ' " NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
SERSOMH aeslrinr are reqaestod im bW
on building- a Picket Veoc aroaad
Foreat Cemetery, -6 feet 10 inches, ao
mneh per pannel, 9 feet lone material fur
nished to hand. Hand In by SHU InaL
(noon) to the President--
- ;; - J. W. TEXPA1R.
, - per J. O. MOB WOOD.
. julyrrxt .-V , , i Beo'y nndTrwa.
N0ETH : iCAROLINAr
' HEXI SESSION -WILL BEGIN" "
AUGUST.' 25th, 1881, ,v
.Cbmbtnestbeadvaataesot trra old ctir
rjculum, wlth-apoclai and exteodd In-
trncuon aeoordlnr to the University -'
O?""?5 with It ara acbooM or LAW. or
MEJDiCU E. and Qfl'lURliAUV,
Bpeclal faclilUea given for practical atadlef.
, : -. nch aa- . , . -
Analytical and AjrNcnltaral Cheiautry. '
uuia snrveylnr. Drawing. Book-Kaen-Ing,
Bnalness, Law. Phonograpliy, kc.
Expenses, lnclndlna tuition and roont
rent, IDvj to 92J0 vet annnin.
Address, for catalogue and particular. . .. !
, j JvKMl' V. BATTLE. LU 1.
Chapel Hill, N. C. July. 1.
M TREASUREIt'S OTTICE, " ' ' f
" WILMINGTON, K. July 1st, 1"W.
1TOE DIRECTORS rf the Wilmington
Woldon B. IV. Company have thl. day 1
S2el.d. aemlnnnal dtvldead or TbrV . i
ter CenV. on Uia Capital Htock, payable at f
the offlct of the Trtaanrer, on the lita of i
July, 1881, to all who are Slock bolder. 01 .
record on the Books of the Company on the 1
U.t!l.0falT- - J. W. THoldJftSON, -
Jyl03t . ; Beefy and Traas.
HORNER SCHOOL, "
OXFORD, N. C. - 4
rA Classical, Mathematleal. Sclentinc. and . i
English bchool. with Militarv oinitin.
kHPH??- J. M. BORNSUt and J. r. 1
ORNEJl. rrlndpaia. TH. v. JASMUNlt "
Freneb. Qeotrtnhv. and'
history. J. I. SALE, Commandant o'f Ca-
Xr' """""awe na naiurai Heleneea.
The next aemkm will begla U UtXtondax
The buildlogi are new and ootumodloua.
and the beat educational advantage in ait
PPnl,n,nU of the aebool are pro
vlded Circulam oantalnia fetUnoalal
and other particular furnUhed on appiica.
twa July le lm
CKMME'CINa Koudar. JL'Nii lili
trains on tbls vad will raVa ssliw.:
X WP, Mn Vnat Mall dally. m tl,nr,f,t I,
connection for Havana, mom
only at ,. Petrbnrg. l-uUnjio
tv a Wlllord. Va. and CUarlamlon. -ll.i0
A. M., Tuaovna Mail dally eonneei
; guaLa. Alken.Haraanab.aiM'k.
on villa, tUope at aitops, tluw.
ter, Oantralia, brewry itintr.
onalgval. Pullman Hiaepera
; awwnNtw York and Caaileto
. . oa thla train.
fi w - il?'1 'IT lexoept Monday).
Kkj a. rrelf nt cWiy feaeept Nu4r.
Ill A. lM Mall daUv. Ulopm only at
iwni. i"Biimma Nffrm U-
VrmAt dallr (tireot ttao4VL
a.ti 1'. M- Tbrooxli Mail dally eoonertiaA
; wita Kicnmooa. r4ervcfcuerc
i " and rototaoa Kaitra4 fur mi
potnU e l and out. aimmu.
'IS eoaoeoe) wttJi ieaaavMMio
mm iMilo liatlroad tor U ir.
gtai Oprta aad all wMnta
nortb and mX. TkH Ualn atopa
at Maaeaooar OHMtr aad l'a
train btoewa CofioMo d
-Mew Tora .
U P. M, rteixbt. dally '! xionday.)
A dirc4 towlwvi roaa.-oo aa
oetveon Ktebaaood and
leavlag fUokaeoad tU0
UJ I. M.
id t ?MVrfa. r US
AU trjW teaviag IV UI atari
artm tne Art iaiiin t"Hi.
aa'BAV KacvawHM Tmim te
mood at t.av a. M aoa . r m
hrterUnui at JI A- MUnod Ms r. M. every
a4y. - .-... " .
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CAStOUXA CCrrttt BAItnOAH.
OX3TA& r AjaX90L UETA r MEXT.
WlLMIXOToy , X. May 3kls 1
jv aixrtJtcre or ixxm i ttttt !
IS nod nr iku ta . . 1
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