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KSTIrfATJtlOF TUEJfOBTU CAlt-
O LIN A PROHIBITION DKJbJSAT.
Speaking of tbe inferences to be
drawn concerning the anti'probibition
rote in North Carolina the "U. O. D."
Tithet correspondent says that:
No man can tell as yet what theef
.fect will be upon the parties in North
Carolina following the contest oyer
prohibition. Many of the Republicans
bare welcomed the fight r as -one des
tined to so diiide, and permanently
keep dirided, -the Democratic party
that it must hereafter be impossible to
prevent the Republicans from carrying
it,. ' Fur that reaaoq, and not so much
from sympathy for the liquor ifterest,
they 'have accepted the imme made by
the Democrats regarding the bill and
Ibe judgment which permitted it as
alike defective and fatal to the welfare
of the party proposing so . hazardous a
Rcheme to sustain.its waning popularity.,
"Good political observers agree that the
Democratic party here has . exhibited
mtuy grave symptoms of late; - that it
lis required wonderful stimulating in
i'miideotial elections t) make a sbowj
that it gave the state so abominable a
Rlate ticket and Administration in the
Ust election that, comparisons with the
kjs of .'"nigger domination" are not
very complimentary to the "niggers,"
tod that if this issue of prohibition had
not been presented for it to break up
m, it would hare gambled to pieces
without further nQt;pe,;
There art come trins of salt in ib
above, but alter all it must be ; taken
like most that the 7W says regarding
the soutbern Be publicans, and southern
poliucs, tutu yrHo sails. A southern
Democrat as4 we tuppose this writer is
yell enough while be steps in the traces
and par'y lice. When .,.he begins (o
thiik beyond the prepincts of the
narrow limits "within which he has
been to the babit of turning his toes,
he is destitute of functions, of no use
as a politician or man of reason. - One
of the specimens of the sagacity of
these fellows, is the fact that Got.
Jar vis recommended, and the late leg
Mature Dazsed. an appropriation Tor
the celebration at Vorktovrn. when
North Carolina did not have but 140
North' Carolinians at Yorkiown and
they er "rejulatora'V wbo were- ii
Ibe ranks of Lord CornwallU and ur
rendered with him to Washington, j
A sppotaen pf Democratic manage
utnl is ciid in the tttabs House, Sen
ale Chamber, House, county Court
Uouse, jail; thus: ?v j
At Raleif h there art still lacking the
evidences of thrift which are absent
from most southern cities. In the
centre of the city-the Bute House U
Lfiicg. ken a few thousand
dollars would lender it decent lo4 even
attractive. The Senate and Assembly
Chambers are dirty and dilapidated
tnd ought to be repaired ami refur
nished.j The streets art fairly good,
nd In many of them there are new
Mi .bdjome rs.denes in tbvbtst
style of arahittcUire. The Court House
U.in a disgraceful state of dilapidation,
and it is to bt hopttl the iov iutlon for
bids u enlarge and imirara it will. be
awsrdeti. Behind the Court House is
which la diagract to any civil
Ued community. Tbe Sheriff. Mr.
Lowell, a Hepublican, anowed the
correspondent day or two
end rppnlloned the fast that Jeff
't pM body Ifrfant, Jim Jones,
keper. The 1ok-p3lor AVakt
(auQtr fs a loar, brick atracturt two
Mories la bfiiht. pterin from the
lesidence of the jailor, a ?ev dismal
apartaenU la front, throu;a doors
fcet high let in the wall, tbe cells were
reached. On the top noer were two
rail, each about 10 feet vquare. In
ne cell were uree wsut pruoaera,
eat of a horn ias i rawdMatt for a
beatie eayUse.. All tUtee weee arUy
disrobed, m tht den was exccUTelj
lot, the all ccaIbj U tbfCP,- lira
seull wiaiQvs, oca w tech aUtof tht
Tjssa. There were no beets for aleep
log U, no UrhC end In Ut doth lime
waa seen sMinkltd about on the toot
hare acsntlhlex eSeoalTe had to be
tomei II was Utxpmsibly date
and tUthf. aa4 rtood pUee to cave.
la the cell acjoiawx were saw
wli Llack. TbJs cell
ksd,aaUrtoahUbo4y, and BoUtlns
! elst waatrrtr to eater bleu Around
1 eee thl h was a beadazs whkh. wseei
.kvuiry, was freed to protect a greet
bah made by a ntx wU144 by a
) wetaaa. ant sua cares vo mti occe
if tka hospital andar .treatatenti Vat
ana aea seea a acwr s
Tkla Ji tq;raerS5s Ciktf ibe
; booties tUztlle; detlirstlsa: Vj : -
1 wt claret l!t Ciii U rc.I kt
1 fr'a fct"rt, airre tit rrttm
khtd. lttatabeiIi tlllexlf
Democrats and black men to call each
other -brothers' at MetropoliUli Hall,
in April last will not laat Some
Democrats sy tbey believe it will. - If
it does, ihe dread of the "night rider"
in North Carolina will never return.
The white and black man will go on
hereafter in peace, end the animosities
which have for years -hindered the
material progress of the state will give
way; to busy peaceJ , 1" " '
'Sectional .feeling," he ( E. 6. D.)
says ;is about abolished." TThe Dem
ocrats and blacV men (called 1 each
other 'brothers' at a prohibition meet
ing. The' white man and black man
will go on hereafter in peace 1" Here
is Demqcratie progress I
r Exfc;,tive Mansion, August 11, 8.80
A. M.The President has passed an
exceed! ngly good n igbt sleeping sweetly
with but few short breaks, and awaking
refreshed this morning at is later hour
than usual At the morning dressing,
just completed, it was found that the
deeper parts' of the wound bad been
emptied spontaneously. The quantity
of pus'secreted is beginning to diminish.
Its character and tbe appearance of the
wound ara healing. His temperature
shows an entire absence of fever this
morn ing; and nis pulse, which' is less
ireqUenl tuan yesterday, is improving
in quality. At present it is 100, tem
perature 98.0, respiration 1J).
(-lulled) 1. W. BLLSS.
. - -: J. K. BARNK8,
1 J. J. WOODWARD,
. s i KOBT. BKYBUUN.
V f)FKlCliL BIJLLKT1N.
Executive Mansion, August 11, 13.30
P. M. -The president is doing well to '
day. ltBldes a liberal supply of liquid
nourishment at regular intervals, be
has taken .for breakfast, with evident
relish, an increased quantity of solid
food .He continues free from feTer.
His skin is moist but without undue
perspiration. Pulse 102, temperature
98 6, respiration 19. ,
(Ji;nedV. D. W. HLJSU. ,
j - J. K, BABNtiS,
- ' 4 : ? J.J. WOODWARD,
': ROBT, RET BURN.
' OtHCIAL HUI-LKTIH. - r y
ExecuUve Mansion, Augpst 11, 7 P.
M. After the noon bulletin was issued
the Prt anient' coudition continued as
then r ported until about 4 P, M., when
tbe ctiirmencomeut pf thp afttrnoon
febrile rise wan noted. In its degree it
did not dfflVr materially from that of
jesterdsy, His pulre is now lQS.' tem
peralure.101 2, respiration 19. "
( lueUA D. W. BLISS,
1 . J. K. BARNES, r
j J. J. WOODWARD,
1UM1T. KEY BURN.
t)IM9U lNSUiiT 1H) I.JUH f .
it is well known that tba prohibit
tionists did every thi og in their power to
force all the Ministers in the fight for
rtbe prohibition bill, and now when they
are ddrated by upwards of 100,000, and
they are looking around for some ex
cuse for it, aojj are ojous to get the
i8p6rt3jKjijy-f.ji- gf thrir own Uoul
ders, they try out, "The preachers did
it." Ope very siting prohibitioniit
safd to the editor of the Post, the
past week, that if the "preachers had
kpt their bands ' out of ihe fight ihe
Prohibition bill would' have been sue
ccsslUl. Anat in our opinion, u aaa-
6g insult to injury. ;
Prohibitionists die hint. They were
going to carry, the stale by 40,000 ma-
ority, but t turns out that the bill
only reef ved .; abot 0,0Q0 votes out
of the 3.W,OJ0O Iq the state. And now
they say they Intend to keep op their
ontaniaatton " and hold the .balance of
power In lot politlct of the statt. Wt
prrdict that the prohibitionists will not
receive 5,000 Trtes ia Nortk CaroHaa,
if they run a ticket at the next tlcc
tl3n. end hai the? will do. They
fiart not the backbone to run a ticket
a tat fact of the black f re the bill bat
oat ftcelTttl, bt we ajinst expert to
bear lots of that talk,; for that is all
they amount to, A stranger would
baye beUavcd the stataJwaa going pro
hlbiUon by a trtmeadona majority from
the nofse tl;t finall band effanatkt
were atekinr: bat tht eao came and
tjjej art no BQft 't ka dfiid Vw
Fi ixAaKTSTOwy, N. C, )
lUitoa rwt.-The foUtwiag la tat
official role of LUadtn conaty by towa-
abipa: -V ; : . I
..... . V 7.U.ies
Char, Aati Cf. C?X fc fle Ca.
THK AE8Ui.r 6 TitnT KLKCltK
I Wt give extracts from -editriaki in
some of the state papers, giving their
views on the result. We shall conthsue'
this ie our next: i T k , - J&c
"I What a change fifteen years and pro
hibition, pro and con, have brought
anoui in JNortb Carolina! W no among
tbt brave men who took the colored
neOole bv the hand in 1867. and organ
ized tbe Republican party, ' will ever
forget tne sneers, scorn, ostracism and
contempt which they had to meet, and
the obstacles tbey bad to overcome in
traversing the rough and rugged road
which led to the full recognition of the
legal rights of the colored man? Yes,
the colored man and the colored race
'have received from the late contest
such benefits as never would have been
derived from political contests. As Re
publicans we are under lasting obllsa- j
I . ; i l : r ..r X
i hwi w i lie promojuooiBui iworfuisg
tne colored question and driving it from
tbe bal lot box- A 'ort h Slate, on the fence.
1 1 The decision has been made, and
made with emphasis. The advocates
of temperance should cheerfully acqui
esce, in it; and hereafter in proposing
measures looking to an improvement
in the habits of the people with refery
ence to the use of intoxicants, care
should be taken that nothing crude or
hastily devised - shall be thrust upon
the public for approval. - It is not an
easy subject to deal with, and should a
law be at any time enacted by the leg
islature far in advance of tbe popular
ideas on this tubject iU enforcement
will be found a matter of difficulty.
FtiyetkuUlc 'EjHimiker, prohibition. ;
The election i ovtr. The people
have spoken in.no uncertain tones, and
it is wise to listen to their wishes. The
prohibitionists asked the Legislature
to submit a bill to the people. This
was done and the question fully dis
cussed and canvassed. The people do
not want prohibition. ' There is - no
doubt about thi?. So . let the matter
alone, and enforce those laws which
are still in force in regard io the liquor
trade. Boanoke Xctc. prohibition; " -
I The election is over, and prohibition
is defeated by an overwhelming major
ity; and as tne smoke of battle clears
away, th question everywhere is being
asked' "Is this to be the end of the agi
tation, or will it be carried over to the
next state electioi ?" Tuis question
Cannot certainly be determined now, as
political leaders make so many promi
ses and predictions, during the heated
Contest like this has been that, iu their
cooler moments, upon refl-ei iou they
fail to carry out. . liut for the knowl
edge of this fact, we would at once say
that the contest w uld on. and that
the prohibitiou party as au organiza
tion, would enter jqto the next cauj
ba?sn fr membt rs of the general As
sembly, and for.'s'tte and cornty em
bers, as it could not enter into tbt one
without also entering into the other.
But it is thought bv tcme that the vote
Jjas been co decided that politicians
who have entered . into it with a view
of promotion through the aid of the
prohibition party (as tuany.of them un
doubtedly did,) will be for quitting this
line, "blowjng off te forces," and
starting afresh on the old party line,-,
j $ut ptfyn doincih'N 'here art ma
ny things it would .be well for them to
consider. And among these questions
are the following:: "If we do this can
i we succeed in gettiog them off and put
ting on 1 the old line of battlt?" And
another is. "If we should be able to do
this, will we still be recogoizyi as the'
leadeir or, wilr oqr old comsiun
be takep froro qj, and giren tt tbp
To determine tbese Questions, manv
considerations are involved;
In tht first place, it must be admitud
that the Democratic party;- as a party,
is responsible For the prohibition bill,
and as a party are .pledged to iu pap
pori. It must also be admitted that the Re
publican party, as a party, is opposed
to this measure and. as such, ha done
all It could towards its defeat. ! -
It is also trot that many Democrats
refused to march in line with their old
oartv. enc1 both worked and TQted
against the measure, ,nd tfeat some few
Republicans also, abandoned tbt ranks.
iZtatcwi'fc Auxrivahy tuttiftrkibUin.
From present appearances the state
has given e large majority against pro
hibition; and it now behooves the pro
hibitionists of the suit to determine
what they will do. Whether they will
abandon the field, and ay. by so do
ing, that they art wrong, and that tbt
aaie of whUkvy U riaht, and calculated
to promote tne neat interests ot society.
Or will they consider it a Cause."
right in the abstract, but wrong in
practice? Valess we mistake tht feel
inn ana temper of the leaden lathe
proaibiuoa. moTf meat, wey wtu no
neither the one or the other, bat will
sro to work with reeewtd vlror, and
bend all their energies to tot tormauoa
of a ntw pertr that shall havt for ita
principai oolect uie proaioiuoe i ut
sale of lboors in the state. Qt if a new
party ia BQt formed, ihea the ompaige
of next year will be made oo this bane,
end the candidates ft (erUlauve hoe-
on will jo before the people as ,"e7
or "Mry" asea. Akta &tm, prkk
Tht rtohibiiioakat havt n.eta Water
loo! htm waa a aseeaere ao ever-
waelaungly cosHJemaed or a party ae
nUerly roultd and beaten, IXwceiveH
a larasuct ana corn tn paruten tat
eeity for the Democratic party ts re
" a a l atv . it . a Sv
apoSWiait lv 1 aava vaa nana
ell oelnre and wrong abowld experi-
people! The poyelar eerdiel axelaae U
ia the sute is a awjontr m abaet ra,
t5! Let DoLOclan and all uke warsr
!! We woo 14 iau aakK a at action
w w w " m - . a. . ataaa.
el the CepabUcan Sftale Coeuaiuee ana
becaendcrwd. Tbrj are grandly ei.
iiCaUd.rLeW CSrj ttaris
Uyoa want to(-n mniadwtisela
CAROLTOiL.:SIINDAY. AXJGtTST 14 188I. ;
OActal 3 Vote .Hewta Carolina on,
:-k ' For. . Asalaai,
Aiamane;r I- '
-Alexander v.,. -,Mt 'r-Ti
Ayo,, , , imi i 9'1-H We
Cbmii.....Li W I 1418
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Jf l aaattttaaaaaai
w uon. .......
Oil: X ITE
: All subscribers to the rosT woe re
peiring the same regularly, will pi
r 'port the same to Mr. W. E. Selien
at ibis office. -
The advertisement of Collector Can
ad ay we call attention to. vy, ,
See iu another tolumn the advertise
ment if the Rational Republican. I
Do not fell to examine the advertise
ment conrerning Freed man's Savings
Bank. ' T .' 1 - .
D3 not lufgel th excurston Of hU
i'unucn io-tnorrow. weqeiiBTe
. . . . . . . .. IM. . .. I
mey win nave a spitoqiq crowa, ,
The thtatrioal aeaaoa will be opened
in thia cite on ihe .Tellers of the Ctb
and 7th of Septamber
We are glad to learn that Mr.
B. Ornll. who was Uken" suddenly U
few ays ajo, i ebJt to bs 1 bp an4 at
his place of business again.
Mr. R. IL Barry having received tht
contract front the city tor ' repairing
tht wharrn of tbe dock, commenced
work 00 the Princess atreet deck last
Monday moreiug. ;
Tbt new addiUon to tht Court Uonst
building is to be fire proof in every re
spect , The floor and aills art made of
wrought iron. It will be ready for net
in about aix weeaa. ,
Oayoetwo ago at Green's mUlpood,
Wled a ratUeeiiaka ataaorins U feet
; -v - iiiei''S' rut
: ? hut - . vml .
" "r"Vfc u-.i..aaai
"-. rr-f ' i ,
TkntHn ..itf ; ; - -J 679:' J . WSX,
Durham .... , 3Ms 1 issS
KdewniMMliy ;;,-. ,j ,.. .;.. '
KorayUii.w... w "t ' I X"
ftnrtif,, , , y l -, B- ; ,t' ; - W? a Il71
Gatea. . ; 143 liaj
Grahm-- -,,,.-,!,,. 'j Hi ' 3. -
Uraen -r-,.-f,.t. ,r, y iHSltU. , ; V2V3
Qaiuord ? list -, -aaw,
Jarntl. ,. ,1LU -1 2 1544-
Hay wood 7 '
HeDdOTron;..'...,... a W3
Hrff , - a lbSS
IrwlftH, . . M ,... . ; 1JBI 2i
JohMOB . . ' 'frjo
Jonei...nM.M.............. .ss 1 iijs
lieno4-.-....M... - iW
Lincoln. ..-......M...-. 65.1 JilS
Hwon.. '......' ' 5V- " 668
Madlsoa rr t
MarUn... ;, .yt,- -"-V ; 3320
Mu Do wall- . . il -. .. 786
Mt-oklenbaiv..:..... ts 3SU
MltchelU ... Sb : . - 381
Montcomery 361 1"M
Moore ...n.....v..........,, v 77t i . 1(W0
Nash-... SfcS - . , 1 2W(7
Near Hanovel--..:..-........' tm -3W
Northampton ..x. ? -i 931 X ' -
iPani lloo.........j..w. i- ( ...
Pasqaetanlr...... 'J78 ' . 830
Penlar.. . aoa v.: . l&C!
Perqulmana,'.......-.... ' .
Itaadoliih 843,; -l
Richmond.. , ' !
Robeaon... 1JM .- aStK
Kocktacbani..... ...... . 401 3tXft
Rowan 65c! i. ' ! ais
Rutherlbrd.........-.... .ttt . .. W9S
&aon............. 72 - ' SiS)
Htanley ' 1
Htokea.. r 1 ; 2oa
8U f ry. wtMiWW iiiniwM in m " 1 11 ! ' j"
Hwafn L ; : l -
TransrlvanU- Ut I
a . 1 ' 1 ' I
j lew ... ..
t.l.iV.ul.k.(' ia iMtM UtlP "Wi ae,
cumfereirce- whkh epotted ? 10 nttles
aad a buUoa.
Tbe Board of Bute Ceavaaaera will
meet Thuraday, the 23tk of Angnat.
aoe wrerwor, ceaosrr , ea we4 a
wnirj-u-aw a " w
ckesca by tbt Gorrww froti each
pertj-wUI contUUta tht board.
Mr. Ldwaid xtntTtilhle cttv. who
few diT aro, and a since died of his
raSarWa. TTinaiil waa at one Uaan lal
the empby eUeaara. Qeraardl eVCra,
arUaUiciji tjtrrA- Ctwaa
Between t5 and yeast aja aad
Dr. J. a Watt, errintendentef
Unl'X ntade the freiaj rerertef
dealis occanlri 5H the
aacstk cJa U tit Txri ef Aiicf.
antra a& ibelr Last recmrs;
Vn..;-r!3l;fc5a2 9 i a-'u
Coicrtd U; tccalrt tt!usamiirtniaytaAtaisf iavHa
Ucim-cae. TcliL.' I H H T la seen! IrtfeU.
t'Ji OtiU C3 tla ZX
- - i :'--
Hr. John H. Bavage Superintendent
of flit founty poor house, baa 'ridsed
";Tij'lrjetoctts and cabbages,;
and now he comes to tht front with a
eollard measuringor feet ten inches
in diameteff nd ten feet in circnmfer4
',. llr. LUther Benson,' , greet 'temper
ance advocate and orator Of reputation,
fiat contented -to1, deliver -two. of his
lerttfres in this city. - No definite Ume
has as jtt bei rllxeel upon, bat dates
wiil'be aryajised ia a'ftw days. Ht W
aaid4o be the superior' of Gough. " ,
1 The impairs ide;teeJrGoyernor
tTortk UTe.fe:jrplctetL- - She is
IifcaiJ aH a freight boal. 1 By the re
atotaV oT aer-' cabin accommodations
aie-tTrawi about four Inches less water.
WorthjU Wot to be' put on Ine
river now, pa accoutt of . tbt extreme
leer witter, and - because at the present
eUge of the river the channel is not
widt enough for her. " .
''.These officers of the city government
who moved market carts from tht
streets after market- hours and carried
them to the City Uall in compliance
with the ordert tbe Mayor, were ar
rested at tiie instigation of the owners
of the carts on Thursday moroiog end
carried iefore Justice Millis. The
cases were dismissed at the prosecutors
COStr . . : ',
Jae Outlaw" colored, was: arraicued
bfire a magistrate Thuraday- ou the
cbargr of committiag assault and batr
tery upon the person of one Henrietta
Watteri,' colored, aboutta. yeara of age.
Defendant was ordered to give bond in
tht stint of fHXr for 1ier appearance at
the next term of the Criminal Court;
in default 'of which she was committed
tojaii. " .' r; : "
The . improvements - to the : county
court house, that are now being made,
have Iqeg been needed. The Clerk of
the Superior Court has been shut up ia
a sweat-box which would have been
disgracefulto a croas-roads village We
congratulate Mr. Van Amrioge, our very
excellent Superior Court 13lerk and
Judge of probate, upon the prospect
Of having a respectable office at last.
He makes a good officer and deserves
gooh quarters, -
Keoecjakizatiox of tiie V, P.
Club. At a called meeting of the Wil
mington Progressive Club, on the 4th
inst4 the following officers were elected
for the ensuing jean
President James W. Green, jr
Vice-President J a H Davis.
i Becotdhig Secretary J no W Mosley,
financial SecreUry Wm Starkey.
Chaplain Thomas U Lovick.
Treasurer Rufus LofUn.
There now seems to be some certainly
of the construction of the lonr talked
nr railroad in the aonnd. Mr. IL I.
u,. purcell House, is active
in the matter and proposes raising a
jnt jock company and 'building a
nrw xiass noiei ou. me oeacn,
about 14 miles'-from Wilmington, at
the ; head of Myrtle Grove Sound.
Hon. R. B. Bridkers. j Presideut of the
W. A Yl . and W, U A A B. B. Com-
1 pajiy asya, so wt understand, that there
shall be no difficulty in the way of tbe
conatrnction of a narrow guagt road.
Good. V: ' !
Adjutant-General Jones has com mis
aioned Prot W. U. Weave of Salisbury,
to organize a State Band to accompany
tht North Carolina brigade to York-
town, end Prof. Neave has issued a dr-
I cular aAitg the aid and co-operation
I of the bands and cilii-ns of the atajle
1 in. ut wore oeiort niav
Mean J. . Wilson, K fiat cornel ;
ta 11 iart.-L.it rt a.. r
D. Parsley, baaa-drnm, of t ha Comet
Concert Ctnb, have consented to ac-
compaBy the State Band to Yet ktown.
The aw brick Chare to ie court
nF MntrBtlAa rim rnraar of Fifta a rut
jj 9UmU gL Stephens' A.
XL E. sgvtgatioe, lUr. J. CI. Krye,
I -J u Bterlv completed. Semcc.
nU u keM U u, ba-et to-da.
Ktik m one year age the old frame
was torn down and the new
one nae mace ercn erecwo. 1 u
at - e. ra . r
&t$ aa;cat to Ue credit of
-Tae coerTT-tlioe, and Ur.
I at- . Or ft .ft.. e ft m a-a
4. u. t rye, wee eea vhim uueraiiy
la the canst, and hit great cherry, per
ttyafcacn aaS good jedgacat,sweare
rlad to say, will at Uatbe cvveae-i with
It is aaal there H be e gwed
I caeexes aewg the
I rtneen tm the Cerl:n Central U3
liwadnext aesU. Ta rendwia
Itlcrtre enere loaai actor i OkCa3.
ICsrjte-e have been raealag e-a tkw
"wkkh kiakecn raaaScs trVwveUy.
. siisfo CqW STins
will this fall be ran daily, Buhday ez
cepted,' end more condncton will be
needed. Conucton .will also'; be'put
on tht through fxeighia on tbis road,
which have heretofore bad none. Thia
road has also ordered and will hart in
a shbrt while, two new, engines. The
order waa for four, but the works would
only accept it for two. being . overrun
with orders already! ,V , . , t " !
fbn occonnt of tht funeral of llr.
Jno. N. McDougall thia aiorninf , there
Will be no senrices in tht Second Fres-11
byterian Chorea at 11 a. ni.' Senrices
at the First rresbyteriaA Church at 8
p. m., and t th Second ZetbyUriaa
mvb m c.av p. m, conuicieq oy
: Six months ago"; eighteen" German
Carp were pot in Mr. J. L-eba fiab
pond in the rear of his residence in
this city. At tne tlmt bf putUbg
the fish in tht pond they measured from1
five to six inches in length s and from
one and a half to two inches in width.
The growth of these fish since that
time has been remarkable.. They now
measnre from ten to fourteen , and one
half inches in length and from three
and one-halt to five inches' in width.
These fish have spawned and the pond
is now full of the youngi many of which
have found their" way to the river
through the outlet of the pond. Three
salt-wate mulletti which weft put In
the pond early in the summer, ; as an
experiment have since grown two or
three iuchea. . . . 1 - "''-nr.- ' . .
On last Wedqesdiy; the 10th inst".
LnFajette Council Nol , of. the Amer
ican Legion 0! Honor, waa i nslituted
with 40 charter members, by Nathaniel
Jacob!, Esq., the Supreme Deputy for
Worth Carolina.' The following art a
ist of the officers of the new Couoeih
PC P M McDonald. v
C W C Troy. ','.
V CA A! McKethan, Jr. :f.,
S I P Thomson. --
Col L Strocsa. .
: T B E Sidberry".
Chap A B Dangerfield.
0-)V G Tolar.
G-J A Pemberton, Jr.
W M Schlssburg. '
S A Elson. 1
Med ExTDr W O McDaffie. '
1 Trosreea4-W I Tolar,- W H Cohen,
W H Tomlinson. t
The usual quietude of the midnight
hour was disturbed Wednesday night
by cries of murder in" tbt vicinity of
Dock . and Water streets; and It trana
pi red that Lucy Morse had been as
saulted by Wm. Phinney, The woman"
informed tht police officers who came
to her rescue that she went to the pump
to get some water when Phiuoey first
knocked her down with a brick, and
then cut her eye rely with n knft.
Phinney ran' off at the approach of the
police, and they punned him for tome
distance, !bot failed to rrertake him.
Thormlay morning h ui 1 30 o'clock.
botcver, Sergeant Davis, accompanied
by officers Gordon and Uarria, arrested
Phinney somewhert on Nutt street,
and took bim to the guard house. Lu
ty Morse, upon whom tht assault was
made, has previoualy had stTeral diffi
culties with Phinney. Her iaiariea.
though severe, are not contdered dan
geroua. j, ,
. :" waraaaasaafta sj eaaaTaenenaaaa ' . "
Liri; Savrxi -'ratios om SmithIs
Tsi.axd. L'ru'.euaot Charles F.Sboe-
m.L. r, of U.e Revenue Marine Service,
who U on 'detailed duty as an officer of
the Life Saving Service, arrived in tht
city on .Wedaesdsr night Ut, and
weol down op the Passport Thursday
morotnr to Smith's jtland, for tht par
pot el locating a alls for the Life Sa
vior Sutiod,- which i he succeeded in
dutof , and returned Thurtdajr CTtabg.
Mr. j l. SUaaaa, of Kewbern, N. CL,
baa tbe.coaUact to erect let atntion
The contract was awarded to Mr. Sdn
oa at fSOO, which U coaaUervd by
the Dtpartrrrnt as an eicreiiogly rra
soaable bid. Tht work will be rwea
snactd at oacr, aad wfll -rbahly be
completed within the1 neat thrte
asontaa. lieeteeaat baoesaaker. and
Mr. Stiaaoa speat Friday la Wlavieg
tea auk it g aerraarj arranmcets for
the ek. Ib7 balUiag wiU be erect
ed aboet ! foer ejles froea BaU Mend
(Jgkt Uoeee, and wia U eat of the
beat im the avrska.
The neighbor aad
Prary el Ua Tasaoae (Artaana)
awTiageet laietay pmav
Tbe Vouiatitof ceaneaac? ckarfj la
keavefTte nund U and sees.r he ami-
lot those tacca-taistacrs waacb are aei
taatnrtse poaaiVU to be arAed.
L. . . J 1 1 ii in.
a I 'a ua,
rKas a saarara as a r m imi
aa;t ma l S a - iiaiaa. to am
aery raigfar taw in nairT. JU
latjlt' -gCafe Ce.CsasWja y; .
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j I; ' :f' '"-'.'.l ..i:r J ; "
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.- t : 1 ., ... : ; -
cvsToM HorR, vruirNGToy, jr. c..' V r
' catONLY MOBBB; AutsioMxaou. j
rpuG xixtwnra usxdtuLtivnsia
y thafcnstom tiptoe,
WU1 he ftOdet pftblte mn&Uxksm ICaaUay,
thetQO) eay oTAatruW aeatf at 11 ee)oak.i
mm. - - -I: 1 f
oemamint la VDd,ln execaa of th
r : :1 a.!t.:j lla r-.
i Uaclalmed. la exeata eX ae jrenb-e'JitM
I rACKAOE, 37 OAULB. WEWlirwX
- ,-,! ai -..i IU'-- rT(w firaa
v; Sample of the ffoo-U tuax he n 4 j
collector' pniea on te Batdrdaj-f intnlaw
to, aaa on day of tale. .'".' !
Aaciiniat rators v Bale or
BV VlitrUEMd la purswi'of aa ori,
iitTJ??ovcr Co?n.T. P eth eaTel
' i Ptalal praaoaiitr p4WK&ac
in i aaia Court, belweiv WtlllaIrklaTM
AdiatnlUrator of John A.Paraar.eauS:
ana JObeph T. XhoioiMoa , aad .atari a I
Parkar, teholas F, Kraer aitaalollltiUJ
Vk?r Jsfaenta, lha undenjffned
Adinlnlsirator ofaald Job a a: faAar!a
wf AJS? rl lfooaedoor.lu Uia CH,!
aforoaald, ua Monday. lh Mlaay
0weribad Jot a, placea or aansaL r al ,
alluataand heldK In the said Utr vV
iS..hiS?'Usr?JVM vaoUelraat, I-S
5U?wrd.1JraoiB slaaraaUon will
FUSffV ?etl3a thaaeJNorihwardljr
parallel with Klerpa vu reaS ahrm at taca.
I? Jf52SSlC5.llnr with hl lin
Northaaetwardly about lja raeVio7aaiii
atrecf, Uienea with the, Weatara llua or
SUaranth atat aboet M feat to ta 1T
bIdk also a eartaln oUiar hk or varcmi -nBiB.,b
Northern lino aHSa
street, 33 feet Wtwardlr rrom ts latar
section with the Wettwllietf llevaStn
atreet, rnaalna- thaaca Wsatwardlr -aloal
yald Morttierullae of Priuoeaa atreetes ret?C
thence Korthwardlr numiM fc illil:
atne 133 ieet, thanca butwardJ parallH
wlth Prtnew.trwt y net, throve isooth
wardly parallel with KleveaUt street -ae
feet to th, b-jlnalnr .uS
parcel, beginning la Uie Eaetara llaa
of fclavaath atract W feat Northwardly rroat
ItalateraeeUoa with tbe Northern IrnVSf
PrLDoeaa aireaL. rami.. h..T t"Z.ir
wardly akrag th a jitn 1 In e of El eT rata
aireet oa lect. tbent-e Kaalwardlv na-n-j
With PrlaeaiM atreat m feet, thaaca rttoau
wdly parall.l wlU Klwenth street an
feet, ihaooe Weatward'r earalw wiia
rnuceaa atreet i.tt ai ia
aieo i a certain other lot or uaroel beutnaiW
In the Northern line or Prlncee aireat!vA
Jf Waatwardly from lla JoieHwtih
the Weatern Una of Twelfth atraes, Vaaalaa
--Ifl1 oc? tf?lM fa4, thence North"
tbiBi-lw,mil Ual wllh iaeeaa
atreet SI feet, theaKVHothwardl taarTui
till Twelfth KlrpM lie aM .1
nlng; and alao a orruia other lot. or vereat
besraalog In the forthwn line ot rviaeeaa
Its lateraecUoa wiiii ih u 'u-r.
Twelfth atreet.ranalrfg Uteaee Weuw.nl iJ
aioer aaM Norther Hue of rrlaeaaa euewt
ti teet, tbeaee Nortbwardty parallel wita
SlSSi iVrVl?' waXlly
parallel -with PHneeaa aLr.t -ti k.i n.. '
cm iiae oi uerenui atreet, a fi
wardly from j lu lateraectloQ
thence Eaat wardly parailet wiia
treat. Ihl r.x vTTrj ?!5ft
tree lai feet
IheneeHpaUi wardly wtth M iM
ive ie B.iTrnin auret,uiewe Nail
11 ae of JUavaa
lf ' rHri, aectaalnVl.Vka
kaateni Hat of Klereoili rxreat. ill y-Z
3,f 7 fr?1 BraoeUoa aliaTC
ik.ljZ. w. - ''""e-a avree.
u a in i lUWMViT
of Ktereaib atreet a
' pwa4ia wita rrtaaaaa mmm
parcel, hegtaalaf at tae laUrcUoa ofthe
a of Wrrteia atreet, raatiaa
j parauei wita rTaaUi Street a
-. taeace - Weatwardlr aewaMa i artaa
. i ii i a. h ia u l ,i i ua Il.
het fjaetrra llaa o a3eaaui atreet p3.
to aebeaiaalaac aJ-oaee-aotaar tetoe
p-rcef, betaata la the Maua llaa af
taiertoot araet ea teat WtMweraiy freaa lu
talaraaruoa WSUS the Waatatta taZ mt
a4wr4!r aaraiiaS ant a r-..--. ..
t ate re Horth 1 wardly Hh WaaomKiCj
!a at a. ibWiaaa T" a?
w Mtmwairl :
TaraMeaai OeeHbJr m 1-r r" aaa
toaey to be fmm to eaa. aa4 wwlZaaei
MWeof ta taw tittaf aa aa.. ..
three aW Ma aaoataa Mwun7 i
aata of aaia, wita eaaanea r iriaTr
Lhal data at the raieafaii tar eeat MtZ.
aaaa. Retaa ami ae raaatiw4a t7ZL
r tao oHawted aayaaiaia. jay
tu ao aaM aaae Vaa-
f ta Oaat oal t. uTL. .
tit ail UM yowban aamoij laao&T
canci: Oe'Tux ctaiarnaioy en or
.Ur-,e.y rata. bad.
aj orHtl b aaaaS a gttori v.
i4 a4 eta -v-d tore Tl4. I i
MaJi au isua jrtay .CUi-aj y
aw Woae a- ,
SL tt. . .
a m '
' . JMiaJSaf a.3.
f , ft.. .s
ue t-tatera iia-
w-ai-t aaaaaaaajra t ata W j-
W4ll ill tatwtatdk areM