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The state of North Carolina has
waked up from its iiideous nightmare
and (shaken its clacking limbs, as Rip
Van Winkle did , when he waked uu
after his-tn-enty years' sleep on the.
Cabtkills. The people have declared
their independence. There was not
much policy abou. it. They simply
shook themselTes free from the incrus
Utions of cliques, disrobed themselves
from the still' and stained garments
which they had been wearing so. long,
' aud jumped out' of the old, rickety,
. reakiog, rusty vehicle in which they
had so Jong ridden, without, caring
much where they .landed,1 only so be it,
that they could draw a long breath,
take leaps in the: air unmolested, and
limber up their stiffened musclex, in
mnrtricted gymnastics. 7 ' 1
John W. Daniel has been nominated
by the liourboni bf Virginia for Gov
- frnor, James Barber, of Culpepper, was. ,
nominated for Lieut. .Governor, and
P. W. McKinney for Attorney Gen-
' Standard silver dollars to the amount
of 92,300,000 are to be coined at all the
mints 'during August, of which $400,000
are to be coined in New Orleans. - .
'ibe estimates based oa returns re
ceived at llaieigh ftre 00,000 or 70,000
against the prohibition bill.
The Iter. Dr. liurkhead sailed in the
City of 13erlia on Saturday, for the
Methodist Ecumenical Council at Lun
dpu.; . . i ''
Secretary Blaine informs il .ail
ot Uranvitle, Foreign Secretary, that
iMtiona), state and municipal authori
; lit are seriously endeavoring to dis
coer tue'authoM ol the-plot to ship
iljnimics t'o Eogland, in whish he' has
rrasou' to believe very few were cn
gsged, iand tht no pains would le
spared in discovering and prosecuting
them. I , J:'-- :- : , ; ' ;
: IV are now firlv inside the reiirn t f
he i Dog Days, when Sirius Uat thj
hottest, and biases ; night and day on
her fiery orbit.-LV.e never kuewJiow
much thi brightest star inHhe constcl-
' latien of Cani Major, the Big Dog
weighed, nor hew many thousand miles
a day she traveled, according to Tlole
mr, but we did know that about the
Utter part of July and the first part of
w Angatt these torrid suns began? to tarn
blood red, and the, Fahrenheit leaped
amoag the ninetUs, showing- that we
had arrived : ' -: -
"At what time Ui suUry !yrUii sur.
liiatnvtl to her wUecU U hrnecd Uob
of war." , ' '
Yon may go on the sea-shore, or
among the cold brooks of ThewUy and
it is all the same. :. ' '
DI1 It- rf. WOUM EST. -,
This gentleman baa proven to the
state what he can do in the county of
Uobeson. He ha4 worked Manfully,
and cannot be : too blcMf praised for
his work in behalf of 1 he right or the
people, ' i
Mr.. K, rroctor aaya Robeson has
gone J.SOOmsjorlty against the bill.-r-Bolters
and diaorganiaers stood no
chance la Robeeoo.
Uolouel.O. II. Blocker has been in
the state lor the past ten days on btu!--
am connected with . the Revenue De
partment. The Department keeps Col.
Blocker all the tisae oa the go Ue ia
ooe of best potted fficiaU cooatcted
with hla Department. And. his superi
or offlctre say he 1 one of thevtty
beY . -.I-.l-rW.: .
Colonel Gerore L.iIaboo, we desire
to particularly mention aa one who baa
done treat aerTlce ia tbU campaJgn.
Ue ha wtxkcd nirht and day and the
graad tklorj wo, ahowa Ue ealwe of
, aia ervtcea. - i
Uoe, George W. l'rke, Jr, U eoti
Ued to credit let the Ible canvasa mada
tgalaat the prohibition bill and ImU-
half of UernhUcans. - I
Uceare. Joeeah C HiU, C P. Lock
ty. JL, V. HomlV Job XaweU and
W. E.03waa,d.4 vAlxxJtUwnke tit
the caoae of aaU-prelllUiaa.
AaeUier attt?tof lUhUkUoa tke
tor rfaTiify bated: .Ik'WAffllitfhiot btofcntlhis tine s thouffh (wenf
pohW S&Um Mrt
Uon itf'tiie rixt b5lltlt'iriir IK-mWw rXia&wl&t &te
wed fU' eveorogCnaher&ttM
-;..f....':3,.j -.9 Vis.ltoitT.Brur(f; ?
1 ? t , 'F. H HAMILTON.
Executive MAKiok, Augnst! 5;' 7
good .day. ::Tn appearance the.
wound and the character and amount
of the discharge of pus continue satia-
fkctory. ,Ue baa taken; an ; adequate I
quantity of nourishment and has had
several blenskht natwi durlnir ' thir daV.
At 12 30 K M. his pulse was W, tem
perature , 98.04, respiration ! 18. Aher
r 1 a .. - I
41. M. bid temperature began to rie
as usual and without freeptible idry
ness of the skin, f At present his pulse
is 102. tf m peril ullOO.respiiration 19.
, ; (Signed) 4 D. W. Bus. .? h , ;
J. K. Babkes,
, . .' J. J. Woodward,
':. I-! ; t Robt.' Re yiu&ir, . " ;
'Hr''-. : F. H. Hamilton. 1
Executive MaksioxJ August 5,
P; M. Little can be added tc
to' the detaila of the 'President's
case given in the official bulletin. He
has passed nulte an tneventfuldaV.
lis wound continues to' present a
healthy appearance,-, and , there is , a
strODg probability ,althougU not founded
on positive evidence, that the bail is
becoming encysted. ''Tbe patient's tem
perature at the tvenioc. examination
was'2-10 of a degree higher, . than yes
terday, but the febrile pte fwas of short
duraliorj, and at this hour his temperr
aiur sna repiratiOD are normal, and
his pti'se has f. Hen below '.100,, The
surgeons report that his progress to
wards recovery tc-iay baa been entirely
satisfactory. '", r.V-:v "
8.30 A. M The president continues to
tmprnre, , . He slept well during the
night and this morning locks and ex
presaes h i maelf cheerful ly . ; A not her
saUafActory day is anticipa'ed. '.At
prfut his pulse ia )), temperature
9S.4, repirallou 18,. The uext bulle
tie wilt be issued this evening, and
hereafter tba nootbulletin will be dis
pensed Wlh. ; ; ;" ;'f '' v. '
(Siuned) D. W. Bua. ;
- , J. K, Babkes,
' - J. J. Woodward, ,
i It. nr Rcybubjt,
: y: F.H. Hamiltox. .
UKOfFtCtXt nULLETIS. i
ExEt'Utivk Maxsiow, Aog. 4, 12.30
1. JJ. Df. Bliss authorizes the state
ment that the President it having an
excellent day. An eiamlnatioa has
just been made, with the Allowing re
sult: Iulse , temperature and respi
ration normal. The. President contin
ues to take increasing quaalitica of
nourishment, and is daily gaining
atreogth. VA wpoU t)f unfavorable
changes should be discredited, anlesa
they have official authentication. The
President's condition at this hour is
better than at any time since his ,in-
ExKccnvE JlAJtaioy, Angust 4, 7
P. M. As the morning bulletin Inti
mated would probably 1m the case, the
President baa passed another good aj
withoot drawback or unpleasant ayap
tons of any kind. He has taken kit
nourishment and shown little fatigue
after his dressing end change of posi
tion. The wound ia doing well, both
In appearance and ia eharactef and tko
amouet of dlsckarge.' At liSO pc m-
kla rulse was 00, temperature 5S.4 re-
nirauoa . The aitero ttaorof
temperature came oa laMt and waa
moderate la degree. , At T p, avua
polae U ViX teeipcraUre U&S, tpU
J. K. BAJtSEA j ;
Coat, r? at. ax,
F. H. ILUIU.TOB
I VJrOIHCAt. BVXXMXtS.
J ExixVTiTtc llAxeto-f, Aag 4U4
r. M.-The , rrcsUeat . kaa kad aa ex
tremely . om&rtahle and ealkfasSoty
day, aad If Uttev at tab Wat tkaa at
any time be lore. The aT.traooa fivrr
aabuded early la Use eveatag. aaa ia
fltv f the patkava acUiad tavora
hi eaadltkMi it eraa H tealt
tkVaaaal ljrc!tfi l?slba ef rJ-
pkate - of morpiUt avs4 ite U tZtz?
eU aotesrae vUkestiU Hre
I TBeefwn ' of tbeRepnblican Btate
eaplela8 forty-nine oa! of ietery
fifty Republicans Toted sgsiarttUobflK
the men whoMtetftW part M'cr,
re have i littlfi tbaay aW possible. "Wrf
m wiu wr uio iumre i am wuo,
tier maaiog me rema-ir inat rair good
Kepoblicans will always stand by their
organization and vote the straiffht
wuo i foiea , wua tnem. iney
the habit of misrepresenting their as
sociates ; on committee?; t bey will get
.Democratic newspapers to aid them in
doing so. But ,4hey invariably faiL
the fact , that the people know
, absolutely.; refuse A to trust
We have taken no notice of
attacks onfttr Mr,Canaday, from
the fact that the people have uniform
ly vindicated him. Ue goes on, taking
not the slightcBt notice vl fellows who
are barking at his be cI.h, but strikinir
sledge-hammer blowsr.'or tle fause of.
the , people.; Anl when the voiea are
counted be i utiiformlj found on the
side of a very larg-, C, uiiKty-nipe
one hundredths ! the Repablicank.'..''
Suchv men a Mott, Cooper ."Hoore,
Blocker and Canaday Lever run to out
out aid res lor aid. Ttey do m t carry a
correspondent of tbe .New Ycrk Times
in their pocketa to abuse -and nuisrep
resent their aasociate. They make a
square fight, ah honorable war : for
they believe to be right,
usually succeed. ; y
The people sh ujd hold no mglice
to deceive them into ting for prohi
bition' but Mliey' should not, and we
are contl lent win no, lorget tnem.
Which.atlcaat.tnry are not to blame for,
as self-preservation ia the first law of
nature; therefore the success of the
great principles of equal, political rights
csnnot be mail tained uuless we stand
isolid by cur, crganizitibn, and make;
traitors and bolters take a back seat.
We rosy pave our ii dividual opin
ion, but the msjority must rule, and
iwhen a majority of our party speaks,
it baa been, and will ever bj, good law
Ito us, I and' we shall ybey jtut aa reli-
iously mh . though it Was a statute law
Efthe stae or. nation. And we be
ieve. every good llpublicaa wilt do
' The Republic u party of the state.
jte-day, Is stronger than it hps b'ten for
years. We have at least lO.OOOmajor
ity in the state, and arc constantly re
ceiving new acquisition And now, we
advise that every man fall into line
and march Tor wau!. We advise that
the diborgsnixers jbe forgiven, but not
forgotten. . But in 'future we sha'I be
In favor 'of shooting all deserters or
jmntlneeis, for discipline mast be main
kaioed. . ' H
TUB WILMIKUTOif tjTAls ,
Two much praise cannot be bestowed
npen the editor of the Sfrt Mr. W. H.
Bernard, for the manly stand takes by
kia In the pait prohibition campaign,
Jor ataading by the people in their
fight lor rights that the fanatics' were
'trying to deprive them of, Mr. Bernard
is one the beat posted men la the state
ia the Democratic party. ..The party
would be much belter off tc -day bad
kb advice beeo foltowed, but a few
goard beads who have no knowledge
of poUUcal managtiuent, who woaM
ke better plow koya thaa leader of
a great party, hav charge, and will not
follow good advko-the fact are, they
tare set brains eaowgk to take advice.
So they will go on making Render la
tka falire a they have in the past,
drargtng dowa Uberai Democrat,
of ability witk tkem. Tha S!mr h tke
aaoat ably managed Democratic par1
la this sute. and jrt is k4ag party
polky it aas the k to aay Erery
aaU-prokibiUoabt and Repablkaa will
lata aa la thaalle MrJkfuard for ais
gojod.erotsV - v y
. Ia maliag fmada caeneict sreil first;
mA wkim va are taedwhw trasao
M.ro &l rrrerv. aor demtiar la
!irf;isu for t&ai lecrsees ac tke
gxd az4 Tlrtaoo, -
! rv. : of rivias skewe tk
riir sf tko ilw atoretkaalke
J Fortrdjlnff Hint
I voted against prohibittottv
fwjli lO- aiQll AlOOre, I
I ana iSodgerBj
v . . J
8,000 IN FAVOR OF
NORTH CAROLINA 100,000 MA
JORITY AGAiNST PROHIBITION
T?EV HANOVER L200 MAJORI
TY GAINST, PROHIBITION.
TMXJS. J.. J A r.Yi8 UKTTIKU THE
. A'BWS 1IY TEltBURAPII, .
Wh-a-t ! North Carolina 1 OOjOOO
against my pet scheme.. I shall never
go to ' the Senate." I am. iso so sick
"pnt me ia my little bed : i ;
The ToSt feels much gratified, and
we invite our friends to i io with us in
iollityiog a little over the grand result.
We bve been lully indorsed . by the
action of the people. We hare tried
to properly represent the wishes of the
people at all times, and at no time
have we felt better orer their indorse
ment. A bandred thousand majority
is aayaiactorj to us., , t .
Tha Third Congressional Dislri t has
indorsed the action ot its member of
the Bute committee, by giving 10,000
majority against tke prohibition bilL
We feel exceedingly gratified that tke
metloa of oar Mr. Canaday kaa been so
anaalmoosly iadoraed. Whea the peo
ple apeak, aa they have la this case,
there can be no doubt of their wUhe.
Not a Democrat made a speeck
against prohihilioa ia this coaaty, aad
ww know ot hot two i tke diatrkt,
Merars. N. A. Stedajaa and Richard
Standford. Thete two honorable ex
ccpUoas wtr - tke oaly Democrata ako
kad tke aaoral courage to figkt tke ia
famoas prohibition bill, to oar kaowl-
edgo. There may bo others, bat if so.
wo dol know tkem. Tke fgkt was
made by lrblicaas, aad la a eery
great aseasare thevtctoey beioaj a
Who daire tocay tkat tkeactioa
of tke lUTbUcaa ?Ute Cbmmluae
W att lo act Wcf all ika coed aad
liberal people f tie eire; slauf
rUka yny, ky sack actiaa, doe
ae deacreeoba ate eX U eaykt at
U 2Ctli Carsu. aad Ititt IzUtcsU
t tie era titJ La . tie kl!s
parxii af itrrt Vaaarirg 361 talT.zj
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j-;fVClloUe; August 4, 1881. f :
Charlotte has gone five hundred acd
five .against pr'ahibiUon. , The'county
is. claimed by one Umimnd mapritr
against the bill. 6- O. H; Blockek.
1 ;$tatesvillcr August 4 1881.
btateayille ;. gives two. hundred anid
forty f even majority against prohibi-
lion. Indkatiocs are that the county
the diflerent wards arid 'townships com
posing the; city U Wilmington1 and
county of of New Hanover,
CITY OF WILMINGTON.
WARDS. ;, Foil. AfjAtfsT!.
". . hi.
Second Ward .
itmg n noro..A-.-.-..-. -, 7 ;(
lateral fOlnt......:....... - 9 Afl
ay - if
Duplin county 1,200 majority against
prohibition. -.,;"( , ;
'Sampson county has' killed "moral
political reform" by '900 majority. ; 1
Onslow county, too, is against mori
alityha -gone,- anti-prohibition by
1,000 majority. i ' t- Sk
Brunswick county is estimated at
700 msjoiity against prohibition,
though we think the majority is not so
Bladen county hat gone about SOO
anti-prohibition. , . '
render gives J,0o4 against prohibi-
tioo. -' ", . ;
Columbus county ia said to have
voted 800 majority against prohibition.
All aabecribera to tbe . Post not re
ceiving tke same regularly, will please
report the! same to Mr. W. E. Sellers or
at-this office.; r. ; -
Seven gentlemen took dinner at the
Porcell House Wednesday whose ag
gregate weight waa 1,8T9 pounds.
A telegram has been recti red iron
BJchsBood.aUUog that Maj. J. H. J1UI,
who received severe, injuries on tha
bead by a fall is worse, aad that: bis
condition has beea very oa favorable
aiece Taesday last, at which time he
At the laying of the corner stone of
tbe Caswell Moaameat, st Kisstos, X.
CL, oa Wtdaesday last, Capt- Gabml
aoa, Lieatenant Manger and Second
Amktaat Eagiacera Weber aad Hall,
of tbe Revenue Cutter Colfax, acted as
honorary aid ca the Governor's staf
by special iaviutioa or Uk ExcelJeary,
Gov. Jarvia, Tbe oacers of the Cattcr
appeared la tktir aaiforma,aad weat
iroa Eeanlort ia tke vpecial car wkkk
carried tke Goecrar and bin ieC :
StW U a sovxa Tt3rT-.At tke iga-
lar aaeetlag of New llaaoser Tei, No.
la Jn i aileat Ordee of lUchahas,
Wednesday aigVt, tbe sUoic .oS-
cere www duly lastaBed lot tke eawaiax
ievaC i " . J-:"-.'
PC B L M Oattbtvg. : , -r
8 J it Newvsw . -
J v-.T O Skirpee T " .
D B E TirkB.
. gone against the; bilj by f heavy gencies, shuldany arise;? ?K i? ? r V iotw ri M.iUab
-)- . . ..y , . 1 I Tlrt'i ,n iw ri..-J. ii.Vi I S?-1?'"1" ll rf -trloea.hlrait, ut- t.
OFFICII; VOTK UP JEW 'IIA'KQ- r"ff VUV"' iStf-OT"1"1 Plrt;wft,u,
The foflowing i the official . vote ol Magistrates tor -th& cop nty; according Kh2tl.!.?l:.nl,,,.,
.wooia oe iinaemooa that, m ac-
cordahce w th law'. Ibe 'city ii .V pay
so cover air estimated
- T . " I
no:; &'-;'J2mea, lai tabaeat
Jr. upbn'morbh 'of JasUce-J
Cowan,'was.called to the chair,- Beven-
teen Magistraiea being 'present out of
thirty-two.' a quorum 'vnur declared to
be present, and the meetinVpfonounced
jl- -i.i.i I' -Ltlt -.t'. nt:,-
j wuico iDB vuair- i
mtn nnwtoit !.-' iW-' -V:
v v v 1 1 1 e a uu irau a nev w rriBLinw i
GommfaiidBer iogeiher awnwally; oa
the 1 fi M ! Mbnaay ia "A ngnst, for the
purpose of levying taxes, and so forth.
The Board ot Oounty Commissioners,
who were present in joint convention,
then through their Chairman. Com
muuioner H. ''A. Baeg, made their
regular annual report, from which
we make the following extract: Esti
mate of expenses for the fiacal year
ending in August, 1882, $20,000.
;-. It is recommended in or?er to meet
these expenses that there be levied for
the ensuing fiscal jyr on pmierty, for
gpersl expenses 20 ci Mi-; fur Crimiral
Court IS cenU, bonded, debt 15 cent,
hospital 5 cents; total oa $100 valua
tion of property, C3 J centa; on polls, far
reneral expenses 7i cents. Criminal
Court 54 cents, bonded debt 43 cents,
hospital 16 ceats; total 03 each poll,
tl.90. The state levy is a 1 follows:
For general expenses '6 cents, ay!oma
11 cents,' penitentiary 5 cents, bonded
debt G cents, schools 12 cents. Total
oa 1100 valuation, 40 centa, and oa
pet for actaal expenses 84 centa, aad
for :hoohi 371 ceats. Total oa polk
for atate 1.21 J cent; eggiegite for atate
aad county 00 polls 3.12
J ost ice John Cowan thea moved that
the report of the County CommksSoaers
be received and adopted, ilotioa car
Justice E. D. Hall tkea, aiUr a few
approprUle' remark a, iatrodaced tbe
?nvm. That hereafter wbca a joiat
coercatioo of the Coaaty Commlaiuoa'
era and Jasticea of tbe reace aball be
held for j the purpose of levving taxes
or for any other oartose rvnvinat! tbe
eollectioa or ds&arseateat of maaey,-
the Board cf Coaaty CosasaUsioaare
caae to be prepared a detailed atate-
scent or wbst Is reqamd. so as to eo
abW the JasUeso to act fatetUrwtty
wbra the coarewtMa ajcaMe. aid
stslcmeat to bo f araisked ta rack Ja.
tice at lrai five days beiote tke aam
ieg of sack coav-cnuoa.
Cusnmlisisarr Werlk csietjai Ja
tke Maira moist ioa sad tboorkt it a
good Urt wkkk ttt U be carried
eU Tk molatiaa) was tkca, apea
wtiow, aa lairaowsiy ; adgpted, after
abkb, apem mcUoa of Jotke dag
tbamrvtiag aoaraod.' '
Another Crcnd Crcur-
vo aammtu: Airr m
a Mi nfcr
IM a-a,aa w
. tar tM
viaiatss. jam u r"-
tne maintenance o! " ihV hoaniul. IrttSESttZ'Xr.
the countv threefiflharor I'll' in l2i3&?tUi John a. I.Mrr .ill :
ft will e Pcen that the Vpnropria. 2S" JJi? l.'o thTKlW Swl . .
qf tl&mm be imply , undent
auow a fair margid for nnlohee'n emer-
I koaSh. r j -. - m . I ( - l " . . T -T " V SM VOIII
in thejContf House Monday morfaing, SaWuWlS SSetSt -i-abont
i 10:30 o'clock: "The Cha rman: JtJL,1?"!'8 Mrnmm
tlS -l &StUl -
i i 17'.. .- v ' "v i a
ternir Tr f 1 " .axl f P-
j . . " . . " wr. m vum nn nr
20IT",JY Wsata: i)
,7' S&J h
"iltln?lnr , certain othi?
twartf slAB. thV viVrVnX"vI,rrrf
n.rv r r . : ""ran
With Prlnrou itnwi im7T.w7L- 'pSTrlJtr '
rswk aiian-ve w AaiarsrHiv w ni ...
Us Wsstfra 11ns of Ttrcirth street. rnnBlDitT .
line of PrlocoM itmt aa re?t. t"r.,c Tj3&o!r
wd r mrallot with Tweinaxaust isa 1hl f t
trMKt See. Ummcs WauttiMrdly niJUtJ'1
with Tweirih ftlrees JUi fMt la th bwb.ki
nlos; d also eartatn other lot or farl
bectBBlsg in the Northern Has ocrrtasssMiNt
lret. at point IB ftrt Wntwardlr frwT "
J InUrteeiloB with tbs WMrm ttsw off "
Jons ssld Noitlisra linsof rrliMM relf't
it, thenes Norlhx artUy Mraiial viu....
TwelOh tlmt IM fwt, thneM KlrJ4lT,,", '
parallel with. frtnr mtnhiim id-.i J
Uwartlr paraJltt with TwalOU street i
ISi Vest ta iha awtBatn- tn m.i. f -
other lot or parrel, bc)nuuig ia the aatr.
era tin of KJ errata ut. Si tot HmUi. .
wardly from Its !atrMnLiin tk. .. ,.
Soathera line or mcea auH: ntaalaa 3 .
trt Igj rm to 4rard KMOers line. I .t
thrnos Hoaibvardly wtih ht llasahotld
feettoKl7eaibUettbo2iartBwar4ly . '
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