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WILMINGTON, NOBTH GAEOLIN'tJNDjpV OCR --16? 188U h,1-
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or eaca aaauio " "r
i communications on busiheslnuat
i'-Afi ;lvcrt!semeot8'- will be charged
. t the aoovp it".c, rw..
contracts, j -, :
t The subscriptitjn price to-1 he Wir,-.jiiSaT-
rpsx is $l 00 per year; six
montIi75cent.i . y
i JEiglit (S) Unas, Nonpareil type,con
rat.itute a square. ' " :
. lei i here on WeJucsJay evening,
oc'ihe Z:'o) train on the C C.
foilmHil with no sleeperj bad to traveU
aj aiglit, awl from Luaibcrton to Ral
igli. we just had to occupy about 3
iijV.icsj'crpendicular.'' Not less that 90.
;m..-jle were in a car -that is only in
pTcnJeJ. V n ixtraordinarly occasions to
'carry 50 ptrsoui. We finally arrived at
vlUlcih at !a. ui., on Thursday irioru
' jne, tirtd,, dusty aud mad, (fighting
' mill ill (x:). bu' Fcank Clarlt was at.
f leist 10U miles away, so we bad to
sjuolhtr our wrath. The very- ida of
i man having to' set up goiug fronv
AViliiiiiigtou'tu Italeigh,. travelling all
Hight, U an utrage. - ;
We ;stoipcd .' at thftVYaibjrough
JI.tiv.-, aud I hero we were put in a
r(,i,i wiih a few Uvs than 65 others,
!-nvA ttie toi.Httiueueo was that in our
'iuiry to leave we got the w-ron,g uiau's
c'otlu-s on": some fellow who bland
Vft-ctui iuclies, while, we stand G feet at
iesft, .So our Jrh;iid pari very well ee
. iiiir 1 1 Tdicutueu t wLeu w e went to
uMsthe'.uexr morning, and all " this
(ming to old Dr. Ii!ackweH'8 capacity
. f ritowiui;. away men .in the same
;.; r "Jin. ' ' s.). . ; ;
Wliilo at; Ualtih wo met sevejrai
Itoii.i oi" iH.te and fa w it (nv others.
-. Yf e saw "lloid liobcsoh aud Save. the
iv.c" C'x, who by the i way is now a
;JI?mbir uf.t'ong'res ; we saw Jolio'W.
!SiiH:keUwril, who by.frau4 and rascali
i.,; han a etrtiticato for Cougrcs. ;We
iiut Dr. .1. J. Molt, M r. ThomaT N.
t'oi'ftr, Vi J.oh'fl iV liavea, Col. I. J.
Ymniir.lltiu. O. 11. Dotkery, ilon. 1C,
t'. I'.ar, lion. (ieo. I'.. Kvcrltt, Hon.
):M J Jdilge IVarspu of Mor-
.iiii.iii, il.J. J. ' Mlliae cf Fayette.
v i ! I ', u 1 1 I 1 ) r , l"a go t f M co i e -'county,
nil tlit cc were looking well. ' I ;
, j l.Mjj. Mcliso wai looking well for a
..'"iuali who had ju-t been beat by a hun
. dred md eighteen thousaad inajority.
Jl wa.i the Chi el Mogul in the Prohi-
li'.ion moveufcut, and the ;bnly man
wad u ailo a tonajide Prohibition speech
. d,iring the last campaign. But the
Major ia a very plucky little man, and
, when a inau advocates a cause from
: pure tnalivps, as the Mnjor always does,
he diu't luitd bcine beat so . much on
- his oiv bcc )ukLas he does for others.
y. Ue Young wi.tf uot iook'ng as healthy
a son e '-other, b it we dou't believe
u wj!. on accjunt of his tenure, for Ike
' ow of the lt holder's in. the state.
: I'r. Mi trwi s just boiiiugvover with
n.tbuxiuMn. IU- taya the . liepliblican
puiy will vatry tho itate nrt time by
-V.'.i.ki wnjouty ; and Tom , Cooper df
tu'tjhet ten gallons of bis best on it;
M'C4t.-Kaver! from' the mountains,
- Vudt Uj to hi fol!cfgu.'4 in this
jMi.l'iifjun of Morganlou, wiuU to
.Su iiany tito evcu doubt it, (and
. au 5iu wtnts to fight we don'i),
r iul uM K-atUcc Jilukius' has his party
pi u ou again, and -we " may ex.-;
P'-tjo.il ork out of him la the future,
- As iihe lU'cih Fair, the ajriaul
.. Url I art of it was a grand failure, and
; jfbwhrr l'vlk cau'i; do. better, we
v.ald tdrUe him to turn his attention
' ootaer ditrcliou. The races were
fx, the Se iowj vere mean ao.
Vwao, and wMcfl in disgust at the
"e fAhitiaon. "-: ' : . '
; Vtirft !U!tJgh on the 8 o'clock
tja aud arrived here at 10 o'clock
'- r,Mr aorning, ; and congratulated
"!f on th fac that we were onct
fia ia the land of civUiaatioo.
Tbe autcbn U I te ratal Arthur. I
tWn will increase new e?ery
7. . Alrtaly lie U overwhelmed with
aaiaou cprrwpondeBce, whica
-r? Qitn witb bu stenographic ww
77 cr tbree hour aday. U
SaieJtWfen! iha thev could throw
W.i;y ttt) their advice, If they
FMvUed with a good round aalar;
Keaiackj baa 35,0OO,OW gallon ,of
laatcife. It is the home of
.iea .Naxby, and,a relUble
Av CtrreU, ymldtnt ol Iba
uaisn aai Ohio CAllroad coat
J. ka ttaUlbuted 15,000 to the
SMITIIVILLE, W C , Oct. 19,-1881
I did not intend to. bother .you with
any radre communications concerninjr i
the River and Harbcr ' improttments. I
and Bacon & Co '. It is so 1 plain that a f
wayfaring man, thougu a, fool, can aee
through the whole thine. Bat as it
that all the
r.ould writ. a
know there i wis on mnre' who inhabit-
ed this beautiful world of ours. "Now. I
fr VAUnr ' J. Vta t a in mmm nliini (
about the CDtaio he is such a nice
clever! fellow in his war : but when tbe I
Captain advertised in nhe Post, and 1
LgeU; fthj buck up, talks of his large I
latzea trouna isit ituie Darg vemoprauc cwa jenirw : uomuiiuev, i ,i"t puwiww. in ifff
SnookV were, desd ihatl says the indications now are that Foa- mlngton, wber mph aiii outrage t waa
T mnotii1rl (ri U Ikoni I If r'a mninritv will h nhniit oYfrht thoil-J Committed to' TftfuM to Ouh&H Mfl
stock ana low prices, ana tne snooxs l oeen aeara irom in lull, ana oniy inree i iniegruj, oat wnies4oyer upwn rig
fwmily owing him, and he, ih Oaptaio, or!fouir.had given reports aa to the head I nature. : We feeV terx'&ent' ffiaf
wants them to come up and settle all
old scores and commence anew, I can I
speak tor the boys, lhey owe tne
Crptain nothing on old scores or new I
ones, auu wnat is more tney never win. i
Bvthe wav. I wonder ifthe Cabtain
ddn'l think the feUow he had his clerk I
looking for all over town ; one night,
andjaftcr finding him, took the poor
fellow in the store and j kept , him an
hour ortwo, and thea slipped him out
at the back door ; Captain he wa not.
a Snook'", "an 1 don't you forget it."
Well, the Captaia speaks of bis busi
ness still improving. Ia ibert aaylhinir
green in thattWjth a plenty of Bacon
to back him, and the government
steamers to freight goods, and tow the
unanes i nomas, ana? run around to
drum 11 trade, almost any one's busi
ness would prosper. But the old Wood :
bury is; stopped towing fori the old hulk
ia laid up . to rest. , But it is paying the
government more now than it has for
a long time, here will be no more
shares of guano for her services; the
Crew have all been discharged. J But
our friend Bacon came to the rescue of
the Captain's pets with tears in . bis
ejes, and says, "Boys you will be out
of employment for a, few days, then I
am going to make another gr&ed sur
vey of Corn Cake Inlet and will take
you all back, and you, Captain, I must
recompense in some way, so I will take
all the white cloth and red flannel that
neca ior nags irom , you, ana m ine
meant i me you must get the Snooks I
family to settle up, for we dou't know
what. may Inppen, it looks very much
like a s'orm wa githeringi around
Com Cake Iulet tuw, we both may be
swept awn by the brej ikrrt.: Mickel,
dear If How, will do well enough after
he gets all his items together in book
I know it will sell well, for the I
people are all very, anxious to know
how we filled up Corn -Cake Inlet.' j
Good-by e--we can't all be Ca ptain's
"and dou't you forget it.".. .
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lours nam aeam, - j
' 1 Jacob Snooks,
There, are any number of men who
are ready to give President Arthur a
great deal Of advic upon every ques-
tlon connected with bUadmioistraUon.
And thty would pack: his Cabinet with
no more compunction1, of conscience !
than they would a jury or a political
; bcuator IMatt, of Connecticut, is suf-
feting from a cancer in the breast, and
it i believed that he will never again
be in his scat ia the Senate. He will
be pairtd alt tbe called session with
senator Fir, of Nevada.
Tun Missouri train robbers have been
captured. Their crime waa one of the
boldirst oi modern Umea and. as their
ideitiiy appjearato be eatablUhed be.
yond a doubt, a aummary Uial and
prompt punjshment ia what ia required.
JLJZl " . .v.
that the whole country
wiu eooa nave I
gratification of bearlog of the cow-
yfi?odkicklng at the end ,of a
Had President Gatflald : lived
Jodce Qri of MasaachusetU, to the
Tacaney inithe tpreme Owirt eaaaed
by the deati of Judge Clifford.
Senator Johneon of trgtaia,
credited with aayiog that Bea Hill wiu
never gi be able to fully discharge
ia be able to tuuy qmuw
If a Senator, i" ,1 '
having lot one-fonnh of I
(UU lln lemt on4Ort0 Oi at
XontWt gjtt Ben Hill ha beta tab-
jected to hurgkel peraUoaa
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any ChuiCb, hut aiteeoe tne xucvt-m
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Ur. Lincoln cU a mmm w ewj
$3,000 a year, Iron the government.
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The 3aiBeU soaeet taad baa
reached tomtthUg oeet
. I i.aaaaBaaHW .-'
'ti it Til rnRee ef
If wa: to ba will : Utlatl
I ttJ lair.
anvthbe vet. except that the Eepub
licanslhave carried the state.,. He Bays
the returns have not come in sufficiently
to justify him in- fixing the estimated
majority; : Mr. Clark, chairman of the I
sand, and that the conmlexion of the I
legislature will deDend UDOn thexesult l
!n I S rtsi n na t i anH TTmilfnn rnnnlr - I
: CiiflcixiJffATi. Omo. Oct. 11. There
is small nrosDect of beiDsr able to cive t
returns from Hamilton county to-njgbt. I
Atjhairpast ten not one precinct haoSfnod none, He is n4lt only; amaa of
of the ticket. These all indicated a 1
falling off in the total vote amounting
to 10 Or J per cent., with slight lie-
publican gains. There is nothing what-
ever at ima.nour to uase au estimate oi
the result of the countv ticket, excebt I
that more scratching was done by Re-1
puDlicans than IJemocrats.
CoiuMBus. O.. Oct. 11. One bun-1
dred 4nd sixty-six wards and precincts
show a net Democratic gain of 278.1
Therei are 2.232 wards and precincts in
the stkte. At this rata ofwain Book-
waltei will gain in the stale less than lieve that the President and Superih
4,000, which would leave Foster a ma- tendent! will give this matter very care-
jonty of lO.UUU. ine total vote of J?os-
ic .auu uuu&nitiLci iu tus iuv naiur
and precincts is 43,292: temperance
vote, U0U. ;
UoIumbcs. Ohio, Oct. 11. Forty
four townships show a net Democratic
gain of 85 and a total temperance vote
217, (At the Bame rate the temperance
vote will amount to about' 10,000,-
Comparisons of the returns are based
on the election of October 1SS0, for
secretary, of fetate. borne well known
Republicans and Methodists scratched
Foster, ,and perhaps a corresponding
number of Democrats Jailed to-.vote or
scratched Book waiter.
1 October 12. At 1.20 a m. 513 wards
and Jprt-eincU show a net Democratic
cram pt 1.1JU. iais ratio throughout
the entire state will give roster over j
VT . PmraIU?' . , xtepubiicans
of the legislature, and one if not both
branches of that body. A very large
Republican gain was made at ihe Hoi
diersf Home in Dayton.
ClilCAOO. Oct. 11. The Trib-ne has
a snaoial from Oolilnihus Ohin indirn
ting tt.he eleaion of Foster by a maj ri
ty ofi irom 15,000 to 17,000. The re
turn are being counted very slowly
thouJghout the slate Aahonal Rrpnb
Tfiu UrPEK Cate Fkar The- ful-
lowipg letter has been received by Mr.
VauBokrelcn, Pre-sident of the Cham-
ber of Commerce, in reKuse to a com-
mudicatiou from him relative to work
oa the Upper Cape Fear:
NoRPOl.K, Va., Oct. 12, 1881.
Mr. A. 11. VanlioAlelcn, resident
Qiambcr of Comuicfie, Wilmington,
M a.- .- . ...
Sin: Ynnr lpttpr of the 10th insL is
received. I would be very glad to avail
myself of the low water for making a I
survey ol tb river, but am deterred
from spending any money u pon the
rivejr before the full legal technicalities
relC0C1Pleted 1 tm d to
commence work by tbe War Depart-1
merit. .Thanking you for your eugges-
tions and previous courtesies, I remain
very respectfully, your obedient servant.
Captain of Engineers..
akuow Gcagk Railroad. TheriB
is now rome talk of a narrow gusge
railroad from Poiut Caswell to Clinton,
a distance ot forty miles, running
thrbugh a fertile but Undeveloped
country The road ; will- cross l'ack
River about two ipilcs below Black
Riter ChiDcl and the Couarie in
Satepsou county. Ihese are the only
water courts of any imporUnce od
the bridging will be very light, mere
ri high bluff on Black River and the
quipped about $150,000, or
Mio M. r.,, Minimriinn v
ulLtrs wd lhat lte of Sampson
Xty wHl .ubscrtbut $50,000 to
thb enterprise, and the prrjector, tapu
BJP. Paddwon, U in hope of raSuog
Bberal subscription in thu city. If
the rosd U built ti e freight of the road
U be brought to this city by steamer
frjavPoiot Caswell. 1 be route U
fehible one, and we are encon raged in
I the belief that at not a very remote
U4riod the Pool Caswell A v3tntoa
tfunw Gug Ra4 wilt be in fuU
K. W. M.i-A Preparatory Ciob baa
ait ta the town ef OoJd
I bienx and at an early day a Lodgw af
Kabjht efWUe Men wi!l be rabed U '
the -cewral eity
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Laariebarg Caio aaye that
t, M car were baiU foe the Caw-
1 11.. rwmi iLiuni uf vwniT
-p- " r" . j.. .vl " .
&i.--&wnft.AW- nn m nsirr n wb rai
hoea tbal tpwa aanaf .; ut pm
fL IX BtlJul thU
J: v.-1 iwuiil Sectw
rwtit rim a&!r. uer. u
Jk. Maaa, a UkMIcUa. ill, waa
was infamous. A)" jTj'Tn.
papers of Mr. tJldHun,'a own pouucai
communication, tdacisir the ' imde
had- been .. of: doublfuL rbaraclcr
tuere iimcht D' a b6bW v txcUse
put under tbe cjreutuccs wecan'
Mr. Uridgers andOtptain Pivine wyl
have this matter thoroughly , investi-
g&tea, ana wm punisn inpse wno nave
refused pr neglected to.periofra hot only
uuiciai uuiy, us a,auiy inw
offioialalowe 0 PMr suffenoe tfamailitr
Railroads mWt respetin toe rights 'of
roiuera; iiney nave exiraorainary. privi-.
leges, t&eir .rients nave to De respectea.
and their omcials should he made to
w'A.nAii rAi?i.iirini Hix'ihm
PMic;n we sincerely nope. ana. w
flll inTMtWtion. Mrl "WJ' P.' Oldham
ful investigation. ; Mr
is well known in Korth Carolina to he
a gentleman of high standing; firian-
ciaiiy, politically aoa socially, ana ine
railroad officials should aive full con
sideratipn to his communication. '
Betjtal Neglect of a Dying Man
I by R. R. Officials.
Q. W. juldham'i dying declaration in
regard to the treatment shown, him
by certain railroad officials on bis
return in a. weak and exhausted con
gave my cheeky to Lark u -and then
went under the shed. .My kaeea be-
coming very; weak I fell to the ground
where I remained until just before the
-next train came in when ; two negro
men removed mp ijata the, office -wacre
I had to spend tbOj night . Iaw Capt.
Knight and, told him ojf my eeble con
dition,! and,! called ,'palhu, tojQie
home in some way. He 'replied:
ham, have'i't you been driokiog? , I
ioiu i.im i cau noi oni x, naa.neea
x .1 r. i j . !...' l.' j 1
up the country for .my , health. Vapt
Knigh lett, sifting;. 4.. will flo a.u.i
caa lutl you. ; -1 (ben ioia.A Aim xinjic x
had uitntjr lo paj mj waj od wiabed
a conveyance. ine captain aia net
f ... MM M . A,
returnJ After waiting s ldDg", time, I
asked a negro to see the watchman and
try if be could not get me .home. Rffe
did not return eitherw' So I was eei
pelled to lie on the' hard floor all night;
Alter tpe morning train ie l. tna got
word to cousin Alexander, who sent me
Ihome'h - . - i - it
nJL : w nti
lh)M lh m.hlir thinfr that i wronr
has been committed. - Sous ONE w to
bfamsjor (hi inhumax irwinaU V
. j, . i . j , .., . s
Three official of -the same road over
which ho came saw him there in an al
most dying condiiioo, end not j one of
them gave any heed tj hU haart-rending
appeals, bet allowed .him ta re
main in a most filthy ' etate during the
entire night. Net even a drop of water
to qqench his burning thlrst--not a
kind word and . all asaistance denied
him ! The hungry: mosqnitoea almost
drew the laat drop of blood from hi
depleted veins, and he not able to brush
ueM from hia emanciated brow L Hip
clotheJ 5, wet wila tm aad Bight
.LJ tbe Ued upon him and
caused! hint to took a. though ,he had
ha dr.rd throorfrheitmt. The
jiocidBl ,pp Jthan
"LS T bee. d by any
three week ago, and not, a wont ia
nra.:jn . tnaltT forthe abnee
ukreamenteXtvbnt aone for
j ,jtiatd ln
ow , pBWic railroad, ier
jf almost ;allotd" to dw
Veffcle koaat,' Ithlherappr
jj pablk mxy
to ut ia
I .1.1 1.. iv. tuHmi eVI.t
I . flt ttm Iflhej are
I'.Jjii-J l9 any tmbaUatial
nawiHiag to sma
i amend for the
rr. iJ (aWry, Ma'
1 DxAabxa lUtinj apflie tU
JtW. ar aad rtal rninr. two
daily eaaasratk pep. Pb2hrthe
abwvei coaaeintina, aaAlaOed ta
ch tkeea taaa twywu-r
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1 6 ef lae anoet ucsa. ,
w lml k ia
bJa lapet aadet the bcadeX aaadvee-
I aataww Vat eaaoi t ca aa aa a ccm.
?enr rtf.I "rV.
1 j,, ),.... i , w A, v XXJVt
dition from a trip up .country for
healtepLih;1 j88iy t y.
"I got from the caxa ! without " hefp,
I . W. rixtauat ,
tWtebelftibrslit. the ' Posj n not re-
cefving lfib same regularly; will please
fcbori the aim to MrVHT: E. Sellers of
?et f ui "!'" ,':'Tfhn i.-,."!-'!--.;.
)ujtyia? at Baxtqji.os , Tnuas-
PijX JJFTt TflJE 18XH IHSTAISX. '.JLZlQBX
LrESI A2tt), ADOFJEDN ADDRESS
BB OCX. IS A K DAYS,
k)A Jharioerop is nearly, all honsed.
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Npmagisterial reports vesterd;
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h Quite' a large number of strangers in
4h city last week.5 ' --
iii i fea. ? "', .j'-;'') ii- ',j:r '.il'rv:
lbe steamer passport i having eome
slight repairs made... . , ;
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jorepaogh's circus is billed for this
; for November 11th: J"
.;, The State Liquor t Dealers' Associa
tiou of liTorth. Carolina : met in Raleigh
on, Wednesday last j - f r
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t';"The tlra:nd,Jury:at tti3 last term of
Qe Criminal Court fiVilnd 29 true bills
and 4 not true bills. ! r ;
;Ny y ; 1 1 -mm'trnm ' -
', Jlorace atera & Co. . Of New York,
now sell Pianos and Organs on install-
jnent iu all parts of the country.
'Mr.'Jre IfewTett and tho crew of
his brat landed Friday on Masonboro
be'ach 14C00 bunches of mullets at one
haul of the Seine, i
K . s-vm - . t: . ;-"'t- -
TheiWilmington Light Infantry ex-
pect to go to Yorktown 40 strong, rank
and file.',. They will leave to-morrow
under command of Col. Jno. L. Cant
'" The little, .steamer Elizabeth,, whose
boiler was condemned a few weeks ago
by the U; S. Government, inspectors,
pas ogam resumed her regular trips,
having been throughly overhauled,, en
larged andrepaired. K :. v ; ; , j
' Work at Hilton on the water works!
'is ! progressing rapidly. Tbe surface
pipe yet to be laid in the city, will, be
piagea in position as soon as tue au-
tbbritie .wijl permit' the digging up of
the streets. ; , ij ;
; The colored women of lie city wi.o
usually - hire Out,! held a meeting cn
last Mondaynight, for the purpose ol
aen resolved, to j it tike laud luey have
establish ed a code of rates oi wages
fiich' are' bjona 'reason.; i
C, We were' pleased to receive a ca'l
from, Rev. J. G. , W. Edmunds, of
Mayeaville, S. (X, . who payed a short
tiait to our city a few days ago. He
says thie Tobt' receives a general en
dorsement from all true Republicans in
hia Tincinity. - ..That is as, it should be.
Tits State Band. The gentlemen
from this city members of the Cornet
Concert Clob, who are to j form a part
of the State Baad at lorktonn, under
the direction of Prof- Neave of SaIh
bury, Wit here on last Thursday morn-
ng lpr rUleigb, where the Bxnd will
be erganixed.. They are Mr. James E.
Wilson, Leader, E llxt corutt ; Mr. D.
B. Mitchell, B flat cornet and Mr. S.
G.mU, tuba. f
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3 IMoTAL.t-ltev. Thomas D. TittJ,
Rector, of t John's Church, . Itfi here
Ust Tutsdaj. to Baltimore, and will be
absent until the latter i part of this
Rey.Dr. PaUeron, who 1a been ia
Georgia during the past summer, in the
interest of the Univmity of the south.
arrived here Tuesday last,: and is the
guest of MrR. IL; Bridge r. He will
erve ia SuiJaba' Church to day, in
the absKiee of tbe Rector.
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G. Rosenthal, the , txot aad hoe
ataa.ca Maiket lrret, between Fratt
aad Second ftttetU, has one of lh very
best adcctha of good on hand ever
hroegat to that market, i we taa gear
aatet that hi atoct I of the rery! bet
avatefial. ll t noi Ilea we da Ihl,
but wheat a seaa ah a dcteraiUuUaa
to give hi eastern aewe bat th eery
beat, Jie belkee It ear daty to gi ve Um
th beseit of U ia oat Cain. If a
aa caaaot gHaatkaed at G. Rawa
thalV ta : W' eaaA be ia the
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MtUTAkT JftwtL A graral rdr
baa Wra hwad JWee the, Ailataat
tatalai.ldcaac the scrvaUea
cpaar etaCxatry aair wtit fata
Teebt ewa, lata yeetilaal ba4e,
U caaust el u ft ijd Wtlal
la bw isMtwa a iksiWaU btowd
Teeltawa lUiuli- Tbe hfigI wl
be tcsAiairi ty GeaCE! C Jarf.
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r. Jaaaa wti wmaTtai iba 11m Yb
Mi Cuu. aa4 CJL JUbm XL
Cm f neJ TitVuea nt ur.rta.
The First Battalion.will cousist of
the follpwing companies: Bleig laght
Infantry, Goldsboro xtiflesi ijgeebmbe
Guards, Waihingtoji ilgM'jjdwtry
Winston jldght Infantry bearle
uoards,. Durham Light. infantry, ;UuU:
ora uraya and Aiocgwu, iuardajj,,
The Sepond BtUll04 w.ril, consist $1
he following companies:.. Fayettexjlio
Independent Light Ipfantiy1LaFay.elte
.uiga w. xoiaziiry, n umingfcoa 1 xigub xn
fantry, VD'upliu ' Jjifiw,, .HorueU' Nest
Riflemen, - h800; eteraiukf tredeil
gluea and,84tlisbury fiiflej?R j ,
Board of ALDElivihjl The Board
Of Aldermen snet tar; special' session wt
the iCily Hall last Monday hlghf. V
v Alderman Chadbourn cflVred the fol
lowing resolutions, which were adopted:
Eetokcd. That the Treasurer shall be
held responsible for the amount of. the
city tax list for the year 1831. now in
hia handsk with; interest at the irate of
eight per ceqt. per annum from JS p vem
ber.lst, 1881, and that he be credited
only with such amounts as he shall
collect. " Provided that, oa. or 1 before
the first day of April, 1SS2, he shall be
also credi'ed with such: amounts as
appear against real esUte not collected,
but for which a deed has been made to
the city in ' legal .form: 5 one copy' of
wpicn snau be placed among the re
cords of the Treasurer's office, and one
copy among the records of the Reclster
of Deeds of New Hanover pounjty.- i
. Mc8oivcd, lhat tbe Treasurer - shall
not be credited with any uncollected
poll or personalty tax. unless he 'can
show that proper and dilligen effort
has been made to collect the same, and
men oniy oy a majority, vote pt the
Bpard of Aldermen. 4 f, v: . : 'V
lEesoiveJ, That any balance that may
remain charged to the Treasurer after
tbe above credits have been made shall
be raid bv the Treasurer, and hi bond
shall not be released until the tax ac
Resolved. That all license takes more
than sixty days In arrears, commencing
April 1st, 1881, shall also be ehanred to
the Treasurer, and deducted from his
pay unless otherwise ordered by a ma
jority vote of the Board of Aldermen,
and a list of delinquent tax payers sball
be presented to the Board by the Trees
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urcr at, every recuiar meeuosr. ) f
Rcsohcd, That the Treasttrer4 having
riven good and sufficient bond, ia here
by permitted to deposit thef city Kinds
in whatever bank no may wiect
a merman xiuggio aubmittod a re
ft I 1 w a".
port of the committee of Fire Depart
ment relative to the erection of a belfry
011. tiie Uiiy Jlail building, and the
placing of a fire-alarm thereon
Alderman Chadbourn mbyedhat the
resolution adopted August .St i' 1SS1,
empowering .the comnittee Wr erect a
belfry on the City II all and remove the
fire-alarm bell thereto be reconsidered,
Adopted. ;' I - 'ii;. 4. '(;:. n: j
The meeting then adjourned. ,
KjfiuiiTB of Wise Mes. Mt He
bron Lodge, No. , K. W. M.( ; orgah-
ized at Kinalon, N. C, Sept 28 Jx,
elected the following officers for? tbe
R. II. W. Leal. E A.
VI. McCleas, 1 A. j
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x . x. i oura, i v. ' -.:
fl PL 4fnrrt ; W- tl' -4-
R. L. Parrott, if. 9.
O. W. Parrott, F. S.
L. II. FUher, W. Tj
Arnold Mills, Inspector Oeneraf.
W. II. Washlogtoo, W. Prelate.
CMrpnea uoivaaan, n . ji. :
Dempay King, W. W.
HI. A. Gifkrit-, W. BeotihtL
Jv'djre R.rtu 2nd hod; 4th -Tuesday
fni.'.a of each moot h at liabers IlalL
The Urrua Cu'B. At a meeting ofi
thb PJeawra Club, held laat Taeaday
eveciag, tbe louewtsg owctr were
PrtaUeot-R' f i Uizicr. ;;f ';. ;
Vice-Preaidcat-r-N. lI. Qaioce. .
Secretary aad Trerer U. 3d . Dix.
Governing CaotaiUre -It. F llaa-.
me. N. II- Qaiace R. Ui$iz, WL
PalUmet, Jr, lltary OUvcr. John
Pegh aad Waa. Paraiey. ;- ;
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