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When the I'rcsiqent was at his worst,
i Mtretary Jame telegraphed Ir. Haro
ild.n al New York 16 come on at once.
A SDt cial in in was put at the disposal
,i lr: II a'lntUon, and he started at 3X)'J
l M., an4-it to Thiladelphia at Ihe
liifak-iieck tpecd of 1.42 minutes. He
found Ir. Agnew on the platform at
riiladelphia, rushed on, leaping
bridges, diving through tunnels, having
xclusive control of the road and darted
through the VathiDgton tunnel and
iuta Hie station where the President
whs shot, in -1 hours and 12 minutes
froin Jersey Llty. j. Dr., Bliss took.them
at the Depot into his own carriage, and
thy flow to tli? White Jlouse at great
(.ccd. There wa3 15 minutes lost by
Hlopiag&, in all, Irom Jersey Uity to
Washington, jjlowjDg down at five
hiiilges,-. acd '"ihey cat their dinners,
prepared for them on the cars, while
flyinting through gulches; switching
around curve?, rattling across bridges.
The dLamite .quesiion is making
tjuitc a little stir. ' Our Minister to St.
'.I;imif, Mr. James Rus-sel Lowell, states
iti at representations haye been made
lo hilni1 that infernal machines have
liirii iliipjied from Boston to Liverpool.
M ):i the other hand Secretary Windo'm
Ins giyeu htrict injunctions to, us the
utmost Vfl'orla to detect the i m porta-tioii-oi'
these dynamites to Boston, New
" Vt rk, aud other lare importing Amer
nan cities. : . :
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The N. Y. 7(7 A states that a terrible
iM ciijeiit occurred to Harry -Abbott, at
Wilon, New Hampshire. He was on
the jicp of a load of hay and fell, stri
- kino iipoa the point of a sharp stake
h ciiU-itd his Hide, making bo se-
a wound as to cause his death in
w hours, lie was a sou of Gen.
rv J a iVbbott, of the Engineer
' a A
C'or h, now in charge of the works at
Willard'a I'oint. I'.' ' "
, There has been a-revampiog of the
niy-ttery that the tec jml colony sent by
. lUleigli to lloauoke Island had joined
tho Uroitahs, aud left blue eyes among
them, iii, the absence ol the fleet. It
'.wccnv.t that "Powhatan scut a force and
slaughtered all the colony hut seven,
'and took, them tolwork in the copper
miucs f -the Indian King ir the back
. eountry. They taught the savages some
pi Ihe arts of civilization, such as build
ing bauiej iviih uTore than two stories,
and married their squawr; When John
, Smith landed on the James river in
l(.(r, rowhatau killed ;them without
reaspin It is said that thU revision o
' Ihe roatan fable is taken fwmnTheJis
, ('.tiit' of Tntiuillt into Virginia firitmia
I'll William XfractitijSnTttar'jof Ihe Colo
, nj,:' and not published until 1819, and
Mien Jy theHnlkoyt ( Hakluyt) o-;
mty, ludpn. ( ;
I he Iri.-li ?and bill went iLroughj tbo
jl ue vf Ctt:non, -kiting, Iotd'
I him li ill wade an rxtiatigaut speech
i-Kijunt Mr1. 01ad5tone, in his hap-'
4'U-t mood ridiculed him and the d
lnUv rati into a desultory discussion,
hu Mr. William Shaw paid a high
tubatc to Mr. (.iladstone, the Parnell
Hc abstained from votiDg, and th bill
through the Huiiset 220 to 14. It
real a lust time In the House of
Iihls amf put over till Monday Tbia
Gbo the cud, prwWblr, of the Irish
controversy. - ' . ; , ' l
.U-isUui Secretary of the Treasury
1 reach leaves to-morrow for Massachu-
and New Hampshire. On Au.
he will "rueet the Treasury Catt'e
. Lic musion at Saratoga, wher aeon
Iftence will be held. Aulstanl Secrt
ljr ljlou U expected at the Depart-
tuvni-carty thU week. ,
. t. oloutl John C Burcb, SetrtUrj of
the L niVcd States Senate, who has bees
ill for aome time, with organic disease
of the heart, died at his residence tin
Washington Ut wctk. Uemains' of
Secretary Burt:h to be taken to Ten
aese.. The pil-bearer were Sena
ton Blair, of New Hampshire, Jonea,
' , r Nevada, lugb, of Alabama, BaUer,
t f Scuth Carolina, Johnston, of Vir
tiaia, Col, BtlshU Serjeaat at Arma,
' CU IVyion, Kxecutlte Oerk, and
Cpi, lUmrt Aielstaat Serjtaol-at
caator Bn; Hill U sick i'o JeffexMa
UoPiui, rhiUJelphia,hatlBC had
; uaccr temoTtd rMa aouih.
uhtlioma U U techoieal use lor
Ute (jtmatluo, and U la ctttatd hytx
tIveamokl8i, pecUllj:oa iipe,
Utuv William L. Bobertaoa hat ta
kta oath aa4 eatefetl apoa th da-
1 ' ;.' July
8 80 A M. The President ejoyed
a refreshing sleep daring the grettef
part ot the nieht. The lisht febrile
rise like that of yesterday afternoen
had subsided. The midnight and ihla
morning in all particulars obserraole,
is an improvement. :- I
k:- " "Tuesday, July. 2. .
8.30 Pulse 102, temperature, 98,
. 10 A. M. Dr. Agnew eaid there had
been but one operation.
1 P: M. -Cclonel Rockwell, whej
com from the Preaident'l chamber,
ays the patfebtfls resting very com
fortably, and he considers hat he
doing as well as conk) be expected
der the circumstances, j In response to
a question whether there had been or
would be any further, ' operations per
formed on the President, he said, "No,
there has been but one operation, and,
judging from the present indications
we do not anticipate that any more
will be necessitated," Continuing, the
Colonel saidat the morning dressing
of the wounds the surgeon took seve
ral 'small pieces of bone from the
wonnd, which wele supposed to be
from the fractured rib.
At 2 20 p. m., nothing had been d( ne
but to remove two or three little por
tions of the fractured rib which ob
struct d the flow of pus. , j i
OFFICIAL BULLETIN. , !
Executive Mansion, July 26, 7 P.
M. The President has done well dar
ing the dayr At the dressing of the
wound after the morning bulletin Was
issued, a displaced spiculue of broken
rib, about half an inch long,, was re
moved, and the track of the wound at
this point was dilated and a larger
drainage tube inserted to facilitate the
discharge of pus. Since that - time he
has had several quiet naps, and .taken
more nourishment than -in any of the
last five dys without gastiic irritatipn.
When the wound was dressed this
evening the discharge of healthy pus
was satisfactorily abundant. At noon
his pulse was 10G, temperature 03.4,
temperature 100, respiration 22.
1). UoiKiES ANEi
D. W. Bliss, V;,
J; K. Barnes,
J. J. WooiWARi,
- . J Kokt. Re YI UBN.
At 11 30 P. M., the President
slept half an hoar and woke relreshfed
There was a slight febrile rise late
the afternoon, and at the evening
am mm ion his temperature was 100
It s on subsided, however, and at
hour, 1 1.30 P. M.. his temperature and
respiratiou . are normal, his pulse is
below 100, and he is sleeping quietly
and soundly. His condition is thought
by Ihe attending surgeons to be mire
favorable than at any time since he
chill of Saturday: morning. f '
his coNiirrioN ixitkovinu he ix
FKL HIMSELF AS FEEIJMi BET-
Executive Mansion, July 27,-8
M. The President slept ! sweetly last
mgni irom about 8 r. si. too A. al..
with but a single break of a ihort ju
ration at 11 r. M. Since 5 o'clock this
morning he has dosed quietly, awaken
ing at intervals. There have been no
rigors, lie takes his nourishment well.
and bis general condition is improving.
He express himself as : feeling better
and mere rested. Pulse 91, tempera
ture 9S.4, respiration IS.
(Signed) D. W, Bliss,
: J.K. BAKSES,
J. J. WOODWAKO.
, D. UODOEU AtiNEW
At 12.30 P. M., pulse 00, tempera
ture . 95.4 resptration 18, onna
dressed jast after first-bulletin. Pu
healthy. " j I j ;;
UFFtUAk BULLKT15. ; ;
Executive Maxsiox, Jnly 27, 7 .jr.
M The President ia reetiag quietly.
He has bea able to take mora nourish
ment to-day than for several dare past.
and up to the present hour has had no
febrile risa of temperature. UU wound
has just been dressed. It looks well.
and has continued to discharge healthy
pus la a uSdent quantity during hs
day. His pube U bow 96, teesperatura
M.5,replraUou 20. , !
V s D. W. Buss.
J. K. BAJLSKS
- J. J. WoodwawI
Secrtury ol State BlaiM has seat
two eacearartat cables to JJiaMer
LoU-ee at 1 1 U. sad eaa atjll
P. H. The iaproTeeaeat toespicneus,
At dose of bulleUas to-day, avtrT
; orncuL autxTTtx
Exsarm JUxao, Jar a, a.
M.-The Presideat rested a dariaj
the althl, and bo rlor or ftbrile dis
tarbasce has occurred sftaca the W&ttla
the improvement of his general condi
tlon is distinctly percepuale. its ap
pears, refreshed by the night's rest, and
expresses himself cheerfully a to his
condition. Pulse 92, temperature 98.4,
respiration 18. j
iSlgned) F. H. Hamilton,
D. W. Bliss,
J. K. BAXNE8,
. J. J. WOOBWAJU),
, ! ROBT. RETBTJBK. "
11 A-M. President better than at
any time since he was wounded. He
was moved carefully across the hall to
another room, while the carpet of the
former sick room is taken up, the rood
cleaned, a fire built in it, so that ven
tilation is secured and"the room puri
fied. . :; :.. fyxk.
Oacial Preaideat bora UTessifig -of
wonnd with less fatigue than hitherto;
Washington,' 3 uly 28. The follow
ing has been sent: ' . : ;
Lowell, Minister, Lond3n:--At 1
o'clock P. M. the President's condition
is very encouraging. Everything has
gone well with him since my dispatch
of last night. l)
OFFICIAL BULLETIN. j
. EXECUtivE Manbion, July 28, 7 P.
M. The President has passed a pleas
ant day and has taken nourishment
with apparent relish. His temperature
continued normal until about 5 o'clock,
when a moderate afternoon rise oc
curred which, however, gives the pa
tient but slight discomfort and causes
no anxiety, At present his pulse is
104, temperature 100.5, respiration 20.
(Signed) F. H, HAMILTON,
D. ,W. Bliss,
J. J. WOODWARD,.
J. K. Barnes, "
11.30 P. M. Slight febrile rise about
5 P. M. Pulse 104, temperature 100.5,
then fell and fever dissppeared. Nor
mal temperature. - Moved back to re
OFFICIAL 'BULLETIN. I- i
Executive Mansion, July 29, 8.30
A. M. Immediately after the evening
dressing yesterday the President's af
ternoon lever began gradually to sub
side. 1 He slept well during the i.'ghts
and this morning- is free irom fever,
looks well and expresses himself cheer
fully. No rigors have occurred during
the past twenty hours, oor, indeed, at
any time since the 25th inst. A mode
rate rise of temperature in the after
noon is to be expected for some days to
come. At present nis pulse is a-, tern-
perature 98.4, respiration 19.
(Signed) ; ! F. H. Hamilton,
: D.'W. 1SL1SS, . -
J. J. WoODWARt,
j. K. Barnes,
ll.f0 A. M. Juice of roasted beef.
As an experiment the surgeons have
also given him a small quantity of la
Tartar beverage, known as Koumiss,
which is in great repute, among the
Cal mucks of southeastern Russia, as a
nutritious and slightly stimulatinc
drink. Koumiss, as prepared by the
Tartars, is a thin whitish fluid with a
milky taste, and slightly pungent flavor,
and is , made ty distilling mare's milk
while it is undergoing the process of
fermentation. It has great reputation
in southeastern -Europe and western
Asia, not only as an Invigorating stim
ulant, but as a nourishing food, and a
large establishment, popularly known
as "Koumiss Cure," was founded on
the Volga river near Samaria, a few
years since, and yiaited by invalids
from all parts of Russia, j -
12 30 Bore the dressing of wound
Executive Mansi on. 'July 29, 7 P
M. The President hss been eomforU-
hie and cheerful during the day and has
had quite a nap since the noon bulle
tin was issued. The .afternoon febrile
rise came ou later, and was not so
marked as yesterday. Tha wound has
been discharging freely and looks well
at present. , His pulse is 93, tear pern
io re 100, res pi ration 20. j
(Signed) K. H. Hamilton.
, 1). W. Buss,
' J. J. WOODWABIV
J. K. Barnes, y
Host. Ret burn
110. P. M. Improved' coadiUoa.
Slight increase of physical strength.
Free and perfectly healthy discharge
of pus at evenlnj dressier. luUa kas
than 100. Surgeons i report coadltloa
every way satisfactory.
Tha HaMheater (K. U.) JKrer is
filled itk gtlel becaaaa Ua stale fcf
bLUnre, wakh rtossea Uheet a word
of pretesi 7.000 let ihe lap of the
QorerBor to waste oa a Verktewn
teekeL and wkkk U tuuaSy liberal
wUh Bearly ttery athar scnose
licriBc the Treasiry of any
cask, talks and assies and healUleaT
ver raislaf the salary of -the Saperln-
iMsdaal al rublit; lastracUoa nuni
tlOO to tl, W, la etder ta cever tfca
GOLmM Vl0.1JULY 1881.'
There has been sort Of iviae spirit
of arace abfut the prabihiUonhds down
to the jumping off phtcefta nextrknrs-
dsy, that it wasdiScfllt : ta endnrcrr.
That the proWbkioJii VFroprixte to
ttemsdyei alt the firtae,xU tact sane-
Uinonioua less4aeMdes,Ukt -til dyed
in the wool DetcocnU ssed . txwear,
whenever-they wenkkonl to exfetetre
the Jpublieaua.---tia"ewC !ea
pet-B8Sn aod issr",,sTUi tkdr own
is true. How it came aboutthat Ca pre
hibitioaists hire fxxoptel tw'tbea
hasd. rummy-faced teL only r toCie
aware he weuldnH aariir through CcJTray Olisi famous in the lafr eentnry,
YtBcry. we doat yet understand.
The process of reaaoninf seemed well
enoogh when! such ! saintly visages as
Merrinton and JIobTahco were con
templated. But Whan Jaryis. en-Con
gressman Bobbins, andtbil sotf, were
encountered the reasoning was at fault.1
But when they went driwlina; and
Pharisaical, thanking God 'they were
not as other peoplel . were, it did not
look right. : ; I . ' .
But we are-through and the hypo
crites were on one side, and the better
part of the human' race on the other.
The best of the case is with the "antis,"
the : best of the argument, as ; against
the wretthed bill which was put before
the people, rotten jwith the defects
which csmel Of incapacity, trickery,
chicanery. Ve look to see the infa
mous measure! TOtid I down, by a large
majority. If it is imposed upon ' the
people it will die of its own deficiency,
and its bad smell in the nostrils of an
outraged people. i
The Statcsviile American notices: A
Joint discussion upon prohibition took
lace at Mooresville, las, lbursasy.
V. S. Ball, Esq., and Maj. W. M. Rob-
bins, lor, ana judge rarcnes against
the law. Some 2,000 peraoBs were es
timated to b .present, music being
supplied by the Mcorisville band. Mr.
Ball opened the debate, chiefly dwell
ing upon the legal aspect of the law,
defended its constitutionality, etc.
Judge Furches followed in an address
of more than two hours, incisive and
ogisai, wearing Air. jmii, as it was tx-
pressed to us, to a "frazzle," and "soli
tary and alone." on his side, stood
champion. of the field. At 5 o'clock.
Myor- Keeoins toos, the stamt. -taaoel
n emoitonsi auaress ior me women
and children, and a few others who had
rt tnaiaed, the majority having departed
hen Judge lurches closed.
A correspondent from -Anson says
that anti-prohibition is increasing every
day, and that the county will go anti-
prohibition by a two-thirds rote. Pro
hibition be says is a ruin and a curse
to the people, and it is best to kill it off
on the 4tli of August.! -
A corrcMriident writes from Scott's
Hill: The 4 h of Aueust will settle
prohibition if not definitely at least for
while. Your correspondent can com
prehend. As t,he time for the election
approaches the canvass waxes warm,
but prohibition is gaining no flavor in
this section. Every thought to gain
votes is resorted to, but the arguments
put forward by! these pious fanatics fall
with the same
effect upon the multi
tude, that pouring water does upon a
Prohibition is in the
hands of a set that are tireless and In
asked for the
who have twice before
passage of proh bltory
But he thinks they can do nothing
now more than before. We regret we
have not space 'for all that our friend;
writes, but "up and at Ihem" is the word
at this lata period of ! the canvass, aad
not too long letters.
A. J. Stanford, writing to the; editor,
says he has been la the past a prohibit
tionisf, but the people are turning anti
so fast around him, that be hss coadu-
ded te make eae of their bu saber. Wf
coegratulate Mr. Stanford on his good
judgsBent in returning to kls otd.hoae,
tha Republican; amrty: We have always
looked upen Mr. S. as a stalwart Be-
puDUcan, and we shouw oe exceeduig
ly sBortifled to1 see kia joia errry aew
party that ceases along.
A saeetiax of the roters of Grant
township aaseabled to dtsensa tke pro
kibiUon Ult, organised by electiag efii
Hirasa Sdbwry eras elected ckalr
and Oeorge Klxan
t,Ab nddrca was sand by Ur. Allied
Lloyd on Ue aiU bow bcJbre the peo
ple, wkkh dcaJtsaarya kardblowto
Ue loUewerse UebO
the great tValte ef Ue kd
TaeBmurs was a saccxaa. and yon
aaay aaftry count on the fa3 Cryba-
emrete VtUs temibKft cntt
Mm Jaasea C;Crasts,at rreaeai
LaBdnsi ArmJL saocerii Jaa T. Ci
an jLxtax or u Lew xanJts-
J cnrrAcira op th sbhatje.
The sadden death of Hon. John j G.
Burcb, the Secretary of the Senate,
auts how few there hare been. Ur.
Burch: was' born in Georgia in 1826,
gsaduaUd at Yale College in 1847, was
admitted to the practice of law, entered
jthe newepaper business as editor, served
durirx' tke : war on taff' dnty, mostly
an . General Pillow's Forrest's and
Tithers. ; In March, 1879, was elected
Secretary of the Senate. He leaves a
wife and aix children. . M :. : ' :;
jThe names' and ' terms of oface as
giren inv Tinman's Dictionary of Con
gress, art, Samuel Allyne Otis, of Mass,
Her was a brother of the celebrated
orator of the Revolution, James QUs,
aa xauwr mt me tacw uamsoa
i ell Boston men; Cbas. Cutte,' of New
Hampshire, elected in 1811 and served
eleven year; Walter Lowrie, Penh,
elected. 1825, served 11 years? Asbury
Dickens, North Carolina, was a mem
ber of Congress id 181Gr'17, and elected
Secretary of the Senate in 1836, and
served', till 1561 j .25 .years.: He waf
succeeded by, John W. Forney, of
Penn., who' held the office 7 years, when
he was succeeded by George C. Gorham,
of California, Who was. elected June 4,
1868, on the resignation of Forney, and
was in turn succeeded by Burcb, March
24, 1879. . V
V Forney and Gorham are the' only
aarvivors of the 7. Otis and Dickens
served 25 years, Cutts and Lowrie and
Gorham 11 years, Forney 7 years, and
Burch two years. Three died in office,
Otis DickenSjBurcb, Lowrie and Forney
resigned, Gorham by change of ma
jorities. Balance njt known.
All the grekt but unappreciated
statesmen drop into law when they are
dropped out of politics: Butler does
it after every defeat. Hendricks did it 1
in 18 76, and now Conkling follows suit.
They are .all agreed that they are un
commonly glad to get back to the law
that there is more money in' it, and a
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good deal more satisfaction. This is
well. They have what they want, and
the public is mighty glad they have it.
A long step toward true reconcilia
tion has been taken, by the Mississippi
Democrats. , They have turned a very
cold shoulder upon Chalmers, the man
who has occupied a stolen seat in Con
gress Jbr 'two terms, and is trying to do
aaJot-n tEwey?-;;. - .; ;! y
There' has been a bad fire at Long
Island. ' i
CIT X ITEMS. '
There is a possibility that the Bank
of New Hanover will place a fine clock
in the dome of the building. . j
Two $1,000 city bonds, bearing 6 per
cent interest, were sold in this city, a
day or two ago for 11,040 each. ;
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We learn that Mr. Robert Henning,
formerly of thhTcity, but now a resi
dent of Richmond, j Va., was stricken
with paralysis a few days ago and that
his case is considered almost a hopeless
one. : - : -
Mr. T. M, EnmetaOD, Assistant
Freight and Ticket Agent of the At
lantic Coast Line, in this city, has re
signed tbat position for the purpose of
accepting a . similar oflice, with in
creased pay, on the Chesapeake A Ohio
R. R. The resignation is to take ef
fect on the 1st of August Mr. 8. P.
Collier has been appointed to fill the
vacancy caused by Mr. Emmerson'a
resignation. : ' v ; " J ,
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A special meeting of the Board of
Aldermen was held last Monday after
noon when the report of the coaunjt
tee to whom the matter wa referred(
recosamending the purchase of a hc-
pitsl for the city and county, was ap
proved and Mayor S'aiih aad Alder
men Northrop and Chadboura were
appelated a committee to complete the
arrangements in regard to the pur
chase, aabject to the concurrent e of the
Board ot Aadit and Fiaaace. ! ,
Bar. h.ii. Burkhead, D. D Prtai-
diog Elder of tke WRmiagtoa Dtstrkt
of the M. E. Charch, Sentk, left the
dty last Tnesday ssoraiag for his home
In Raleigh, and frees Ueace will go to
New York whence he sella, on the tk
of Aernst for Enrope, te sttend the
gslkenag of delctatos of Ue iL E.
Cnsrch, from all part e Ua glebe, la
esM Ecnssenkml Cowscil, to be held la
about tk 1st sUy of Seftember. !
Jcnn.uowas, Setrttary of
Ua Board ef Magitrala of Uk county
gives neaiea thai Ue ansnal masrlBj
fUe Beard of lar1stranm and Ceaee
af County CoaanUniosKn ef Sew Hsn
evtr ccwaty, be Ua rrpose af krymj
nklck may ecano w for Ue
Dasiof Uetwe Boards eeeoU. wt
bn ktU at Uo Court Ueasn e ta-m.
tww, llestday, tho sl isj al AspA
glials Cspte 5 Celts
"VVe know a man, an anli-prohlbi-
Uonist, who offered 4 prohlbiUonlat
hundred j dollars, cash, to get him Ih a
following bets:. .;.-;. 4 ,J
150 that the statu would give a ma
jority against tho prohibition bill. , -
$50 that the state would go 5000 ma
jority against it. ' . t
$50 that the state would? go 10,000
majority against it, 1 . : ,
$50 ' thai the state would go 15,000
ajority against it.' ' 5 , "
$50 that the stale i would go 20,000
mijorily against It.' ,s ., , -
$50 "that Ue statu would go - 25,000
majority against it. . . i,
$50 that the- prohibitionist could not
name . ten counties , that would go for
prohibition. I ;
$50 that the anii prohibitionist could
name, ten Counties that would go against
the bill. ' -.v
Up to this time no one' will take the
bets. And yet they claim! they are go
ing to carry the state. ii- .
Magisterial. Mr. S. VauAmnnge,
Clerk of the Superior Court, hss re
ceived an official list of the new Mag
istrates appointed for this county, by
the last General Assembly, as follows:
Wm. M. Poisson, .Wilmington Town
ship, in place of J. C. Hill; W. O.
Johnson, Cape Fear Township, in place
of James Cowan; John H. Savage, Fed
eral Point Township; Jas. A.; Mont
gomery, Masbnboro Township; A. A.
Moseley, Harnett Township. Of these
two are new appointments and thiee
are re-appointments. The term of office
ii for six years, dating from . August
1st, 1881. i
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Good Templaes. We are requested
t state that the Grand Lodge of North
Carolina,1 Independent Order of Good
Templars, will meet at Clayton on the
16th day of August next; ; The follow
ing arrangements have been jnade with
the various railroads: Raleigh & Gas
ton Railroad, 31 cents per mile first-
class and .3 cents secondc!ais each
way; I Atlantic & N. C. Railroad, six
cents per mile, round trip; Seaboard &
Roanoke, three ceuts per mils, f each
way; jFayetteyillej Railroad, one fare
round trir; Western North Carolina
Railroad,) three xcents per mile; each
way; Richmond & Danville Railroad.
N. U. pi v.) round trip ticket rates.
Enquire of Local Agents. The Sub
ordinate Lodges will pleased report the
names of those who will attend to J.
T. Ellington, CUyton, N. a This ses
sion will be an important one.
Crude! Turpentine Eoomixu.
Crude turpentine buyers were on a bull
yesterday morning The market, after
sales at $2.65, was run up to $3.10, with
sales of 50 bbls at Ust price; $2.65 was
the first quotation, which was bettered
by a bid of $2.75, when another buyer
burred $3.00;. - j then another offered
$3.05; then the $3.00 bidder went a
little better and offered $3.10 per, lar
rel, at which price 50 barrels wrra so!d
fo him; 13.10 was then offered by the
same bidder for 100 or t05 barrels.
The market seemed to ba in qutts a
feverish state and the. competition
seemed to be between the city distillers
and parties who buy on northern or
foreign orders, to ship, t j;
i The folio ivg are tha indications for
U. -oath Atlantic S'atest to-day:
Generally fair wtaUer: souUerlr.
Teener on the North Carolina const.
to northerly winds. ilaUonsrr barosa-' I
er ura lemperaiore.
.1 a . - - . " .- 1
The above is what appeared ia Ua
Daily! Weather Bulletin' for the
"South Atlantic States', on Jnly 27th,
1881. ' At 5 ac m. Ue sky ( was draped
heavily ia douds, ia the longitude and
latitude of Wilmington. At 7 a. m-
tke saia. accompanied : by lightning
and Uunder, began to pour in torrents,
while Ue .streets were iooded, and
people caagbt on Ue streets drenched
till -dark aod away lata Ue night
This "foresight"! is not to rood as
Wiuiix(,tox. Jsly U, 1WI.
f A sacetieg of the First: Ward anti
prahibtiKMiifU was held July 2U In
Ue First Ward. JL W. Nixon, Ebv,
was called to Ue Chair, aad W. 1L
Howe, Es, waa elected becrclary.
j There was a band and tar barrais.
After Ue aseetieg was calkd lo order.
Caj. J. If . UcGewan was caBcd for.
and ocnrue4 to vctJt Xk ocJU
tion eestkm wkk gVms t5. givirj
pole. which woeid convince ey per
son efUe laeScienry of Uo wklU
tienbl3.1 - -.W"-
Howl H. E. cU soSswod laarww
tritl rpceck af two bessra, anJ tAcaZj
lianed Uo IrypecrUea.
U a trZUi Kfrcck.
Tr-t WX tarUrt
, niertkj otrnwd. ' ,
-as umithTWe; August 1st, ? P .
"At UMdA fomn(ek Co.,
August al'lS in.1 re ,
Justice vW. MPeiSsofiv'aniaLdf 1 the
yesterday beforra VaJAmrioae, Esq.,
ClerKot tM7f3ueri67Tfe V UU
milE 8TAlfES JOHX.DAWBOtwiLL
UOB-UMUu. Good- Ece&krra will b In
atteDBce.t8ot jwtll retTnnA-fJamaf -ton
at 9 e6taek same eyssux Jsre for U e
roaad trApJO cents. O ul .ntZTf. JT
LOOK HERE ! ;
onUl you have seen the Q real Barf aln s
; Our enMra aloes: at L'.wer Prcs than
evr before, to&aks toom tot Fall deeds.
SOL. BEAR a BR03.
PETERSBtJRG -rR iCo
LOOK I LOOK)'- LOOK I i
All Classes and CoadUiqns Can
" .,; ; ; ; ; .Travel,- i; si u
GREATLY REDUCED RATES
; V r ON. THE -.v x
PE TERSBURG RAIL ROAD.
You can go from ileam s to Tclersbfire
and back form mo U. - '
. 'ro.,5 Stony Creek to retrburg wad bMk
for tl.2. . '
, Jswatt'a to Petersburg and back
for 11.05. i .
From BalOeld to Ietrburt and back for
rom riwsant "Hill to" rersburf d1
bk for &3i. . -
From Qaxyaburs to PtUraburg and back
for30. . s , i j
From Weldon to relcnburs and bacV for
Take care to ask lb Agent at theSUllooa
for tha tort of ticket you waot. - . . :
Vou cannot (etthsUoand TrlpTlekeU on
tje Oars. . , .
Get full lnformaUon from the A ten is.
and notice ibe ooodlUooa and llmtu on
your tickets; they will be strictly adhered
to V. r. rAS'lAHLi ,
. General Ticket Agent.
rttersburf, VaM July 1st, issl. jySMf
PROPOSAL. - ;
1 JEIUSONS desiring are rsnurstea to .Ml
1. on butldtec a Picket nc around
Pine Forest Cemetery, a feet lit inebea. so
much rer pannel. feet long. mUrial fur
nished to band. Hand In , byt mh Inst,
(noon) to the President. ! ,
jw. TKIJTAfKr ? ,
. . " - per J.U. KUKWOUD.,
.July --Hy-sHlrea. '
KXT SK-TSlON W1U JBfcUllf 0
AUGUST xstk, ibsi.i
mbines the ad vantages of ifa o!
i.i. . . ... . :
irucUon acovrdina to the Lelver!ty tx
tem. i T '
Connected, with It are School tt JULW.of
MKDK1M; anJ or PHARMACY. '
Hpeclal fcintirr.lTn for iraclkiuudlfs.
,: sncn os .. . u?-.p . .
Analytical svnt AstlalUirsl fbemWfy.
iAnd Kurveytna. l'rawtxt. Ikk.Ke4
lag, Busloew ,Uw, PboSocraphy. Ac,
- - -' 1 ', .-' ix --f H
Kzpenata. Including tnlUottvand room
rtnis 1 1 si u I2JU per annua. X .
Audress. for catalue and particular..
KKiir P. UATTILK. Ull.
Chapel HIII.W.C. Julj l.S v'Trtt
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