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THE WILMINGTON POST.
W. P, CANAD AY. Proprietor.
WILMINGTON. N. C,
Sunday Moknisg, Oct. 23, Jl-
There are a few Republican office-'
i holders who are anxious for the sup-j.
I port of the Republican press of the
state daring an election, but as soon as
l they are' successful in getting posses
I si on of their' positions, just so soon thej
y commence patronizing the Democratic
press they cannot afford to subscribe
i and pay for their Repablidn paper,
i but they will take three or four Demo
cratic papirs, and pay for them, i They
never hae, any advertising for a Be?
i publican paper, but for the very slight
! est purpose they will Bend an adver
i tisement to the Democratic paper. Bat
t : iust let one of these young gentlemen
get into trouble, and then they find tte
Republican press and whine around : to
be defended. If on9 of them makes a
long speech the Republican press must
publish it, and is expected to compli
ment it as an able effort, but never a
cent passes to the editor or proprietor;
the money and patronage is saved to
court favors from the Democratic pa
pers. We have been sending the! POST
to certain Republican officeholders for
ten years, and never have received any
pay from them. If we stop it we get
a long appeal to please continue send
ing the paper, and the money will 'be
forth coming but it never has and
neverwill come. They expect the Re?
publican press -to support them in re-:
ceiving their bread and -butter, bat the
Republican press of this state have got
enough of such gentlemen; those, who
cannot afford to support the Republi
can papers must not eipect to be euppor
ted by them in fulare. n j
. DUPLIN CANAL.'. : ,
We are not a stockholder in the
Duplin Canal Company, nor are I we
.the champion of any officer of said
company, bat we are a 'friend to , j the
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siaie 01 xvorm varoiina, to tne imru
Congressional District and the city of
Wilmington, therefore whatever will re-
sultK to the interest of our
nnr nn'. I
state will at, all times receive our undi
tided support. We are anxious to
.work lor the benefit of our ' ciUzensi
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to encourage public improvements.
railroads,, canals, turnpikes and facto-j
ries of every description. Nothintrelse
will build up a place or continue it afj
tent has been started, i The more ways
prepared to bring produce to this mar
ket, the , greater the quantity brought
here. Railroads are of great value tc
any city and they should be encourt
aged f by every possible -means. Mor
railroads leading to our city the greatei
our prosperity. Instead of haviaeonli
three railroads centering here, We should
have a dozen: and we cannot and will
not have them unless our business men
make up their minds to build them.
But water is a means of transporta
tion that beats, railroads and benefits
the country it passes through more than
a railroad will. Canals have made New
York and several other northern states
ricn and prosperous. They have proved
beyond doubt that the money invested
will pay larger dividends and In every
respect of more satisfation to the stock
holders than investments- made inasy
Now our people have an opportuni
ty to aid in an enterprise of this kind.
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Ihere are a few genUemen, headed by
Major W. 3U Youug, who are making
uc.vuicau iuwb io construct wuai IS 1
known as the Duplin canal. It will
pass through Pender and DupUn cottp.
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ties, wun branches en terinc Wayne and
I nni r TK a k.ir.r lL. Y . .l fit Iu I
v.i i.wm pa j
a iiriiiivn ear n irn inn nwnHvm a-i r n i v a v n
a t Wiw i
th Ooapany, will moro than pay th
entire cost of constructing th j canal.
and the Company will have property
anrlh mil .KIoK .ill J!:.1.J.,
on, a million dollars, which Will have
cost them nolhlcr. It will build tan
tne country u passe urough-mak I
toe people prosperous and harnv.
The business men of this city jshofld I "
not allow this undertaking of Miyor
Younp and othora tn fail ami mk.
not belieye they will do so, when tiey
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. ralix- thai imnnrl.a
Unco of the! enter-1
wn:.J..' iJ I
prixe, not only to Wilmington batj to I
- wwg, ui ivHm t iuubb I
t.. .. f .1 lw
no uave it in cnarge say there 14 no I
iBvc oi its iauing,DUt ii tae ouafeees i
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I men would
wwmi jcone iorwara tne worr I
would be done in a third or quarter of
tne umejApd time is every thing in the
present eondiuon or Wilsaington.
hate stood still and slept like old '
A inkle' tong enough and .Bnleas wo
go to work yery soon we had better sell
out to of folk and Charleaton,
The land that th canal will
through will produce: corn enough to
fumWh Kerlh And South Carolina. II
is th very beat la this or any other
state, and u U a shaase, a dime, to
th popl of the state that it has stood I
so long unculUtated, beside th bene
Lis vatca our city weukl derive froea 1
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Major Youui and hi. Wuhorei
caUUcd to the enrktUPf grxUiuJe of
th peopl of ti sute tor their energy
and rnrrreraaa. aad thev havw ear
. .. . " ' ..iw, ey van t.vnra.aa ,-taaTa la ai
catnosc inoscs. I
' j THIS CODE" v
--' Maiy persons cry down dueling-as a
thing that- belongs to the dark ages.-
They fcl&mTthat, iam civilised -ax?d
christian country dueling should not
be allowedi Tfiat itji the duty of the'
churches and society to frown it down,
but 82 y nothing about the person who
gives the insult that provokes the chal
lenge or what should be done with a
cowadly man who walks up to a gen
tlemi n andjinsults him4 and no law to
punujh the offender-" and "should The
offended gentleman attempt to chas
tise, jthe man who jeffera the insult,
there - are plenty to preveothim from
doing so,. .Now, what coarajjs left bat
to send a cbaJlenge andshould the
coward refuse to fight, brspd him as
he should bVWe believe In the pode,
it is certainly tbe best' preventative to
wanton, insult, and wi' hope' to see the
day' when there will be co law of our
land against it. It biinga tn"e""dispu
tanka on -anT equality; U matters not
abejutf si qr'f health, Wetake the
ground Chat no brave man will insult
another without atoi and if a coward
insults a brave maa iiervrotiW be pro-'
pely dealt wTthVwera H hotf the law
making a criminal 9I one Yor defend?'
ingbis own honor.' "A way" Willi gtfeb
civilization, which gives cowards the
chance to assa?sinate,the character of
gentlemen. If - a citiz2n should be
called upon and expected to defend tbe
honor of his country by arms, wbyvnOt
defend his own honor and integrity In
the same waj?.-.j .yPl ,,'".'
OX O.U Uil , -v : i
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I A man who established reputation
daring the war of the irebeUioatfor
braTery, a's General WiUiajft'MahVe
4id, is ' not bound jtofesenaninsjalt
jffere4: by a man of questipnaTlejcfiar
acteror sound mind, to prove whether
be trill fight or not. General Mahone
pis established a cbaraier lorNintegri
ty and tra very, without noticing the
bArVlntr ctf small mraii Tlur. ai-o n(Ti.
era who can and willido his fighting for
jblai with snch as General Earlyl Gen.
Mahone J too much deeded b v his
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tale any ri&, and
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i nn is nnr. nnnnn armrninfriA ida cm
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John8toD of Vireiaia,--ahculd insult
General Mahone, jkq have no doubt
U..I.'- Cl.t J.J lit.' ' j ' i
T . 6 1 . T7-80?0-
ana inose wno iougns ,wirn uen. Jia-
hohe'during the war,Tia Virginia, will
not doubt his fighting qualities now.
While we are a great believer iq the
code, we claim that General Mahone
should not fight or take any notice of
It 19 niWthtl tha Ynrl-lwn aitieinn.a
so.lar, has been a series of fizz'es. This
is unaouDieuiy owing to the -recent
death of the President, and it is unfor
tunate that the demntiHf ratinn whipK
has been planned for two years Was not
entirely aoanaonea ana the money ap
propriated to complete the Wasthi nfittn
monument. inter ucean,
There is no doubt but what the long
expected Centenial proved a failure,
and it woald have been belter for the
country had it been entirely abandoned.
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President Arthur does . not talk as
much US Ilia rritla ftaaiAt !.. n T,J .
. v v .5,1 v iuw n ⅈu lie 1
j Kets ready to act he gives eriderirce of I
nrmness. sound judgment, and a de-I
sire to administer hU great trust to the
highest public inlerest Hiswhoie, life,
public and private, lr a guarantee that
his administration of public affairs will
be characterized by wisdom and In teg
rily. and his larire kno.11 of me
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w.h c.. - a to cati into his service
. " "'V Tuie T"y "u" wun i
honaiT .rid' n.t.fit v ..iuitJ-.
been so misjudged and aamefuliy J
mL.rnrnll anr) !.K i;i ... I
ann - h thna i.- .,1.1 I
w" a . J """v evr . v uvtu . UC WUUAU asrav I
tonablr look, lor sampathy; as Trwh
Irl.nf ipthnr iiii w. I
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oearing updsr the vituperation, as well
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as nis Btairsmaniirii nuaiitira
ready woa the hearts of thinking; eo-
pie, and before a year the Nation will
have reason to be thankful that io the
hour of its great nccesity the mastle of
power fell upon" the broad,; honest
shoulders Of just such a man as Ches-
ter A. Arthur.
11 u no that the Judges before
whom Unites? is to be tried are desir
ous that the defense be ably and thor-
ougbly conducted, and that every tech-1
swcality of the law be 'tested the the
Knfli nf ik. 1.1 . t-l-. I
heneflt of the Ical . profrioo. Th
j-- - - mwim m i
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aiaurauii oe con victeu uuo i
Tueacr, oir u iua a can- i
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: vj-ajiawvu a.jnjur m on a i
thnicalitT. : ,
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Xne man who attempts to corner anv
or the prolacu of 1a4ii;r I i d
log so lo eTerythieg he i va'tt;
tkd to bo aiart irajq'u. fr tie
pubLo than the thkf whe fiiuto t
aay wtta tb money he, ha ifol.
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n itt&i to rel
ik r , f I
aim Ika TCadM. VtW r- I
roafl to Mr. Beet; Theireason U ihak
after urchaeie the road thsaad
vmrgraaeaa sar ouer osmaeaw watch
htisr others Into the tonahhie. and taat
aad they rtf theif . co&iaat. Xhey
C: fthy Lutad to cosspietw th
to fktMWhuwUt tw tbor
snx - - - :3seAr rwe. r I
TIIK DEMOCRATIC PARTY AWD
, Our valued contemporarythe Knox
ville Whig and Chronicle exprcssei onf
views so entirely concerning Uha Denft
ocratic party that wo publish it with
plfasuni;.;:,; K0 )&
Tbe cheek of Democracy is some
thing wonderful. It is remarkable for
its ample expanse and for its imper
viousness to a blush. The facility with
which it adapts itself to times and, dry
cu instance is something wonderful. Ia
tbe practice of legerdemain, it has never
had an equal. In the twinkling of as
eye it chances its principles, and then,
without relaxing a feature of iU brassy
cheek, swears it has not changed at all.
It has been on all sides of all the public
questions that have agitated the eoosH
try for a quarter of a- century. It was
for slavery and against slavery, for the
Union and against the Union, for ne
gro suffrage and against negro suffrage,
for a, protective tariff and against a pro
a. .a: a -
for inflation and against inflation. Thua
iU history, but it says it never changta.
It said so in' its national platform
adopted at Cincinnati. !
Now iu war cry appears to be: "down
with monopoliesl" John Kelly and his
Tammany associates shriek, "down with
monopolies!" The New Yerk Demo
crats in their platform adopted last
Mondaycry out against monopolies.
The party organs are publishing long
and eloquent editorials against monop
olies. This is all right. Monopolies
are getting to be very powerful and we
think dangerous in this country. But
what evidence Iras the Democratic par
ty ever given of iu sincerity in fight
ing monopolies? Have leading Demo
crats made war upon monopolies. Take
the states where there are Democratic
state governments, are they-free from,
monopolies. The state of New Jersey
votes the Democratic ticket about as
often as it does Republican art there
no monopolies there? Little Delware
is always Democratic are there no
monopolies in Delaware?
jow, Delore our Democratic friends
can establish their claims to beinr the
umjr ineuas 01 me people as against
monopolies, thev must imln evi
dence of their sincerity, and the only
uuuiuvvui j ciiucuw uej can give, is
io prove uy meir past , record they are
what thev claim to ber It is MKT ennnvh
to make promises, but nromijiM mm
"S V:uable wen lhtT come from
those whose records are rizhtand who
more valuable when thv ram fmm
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- v - miv llUI bum nuu
have been in the habit oi keeping their
iiD- lL.' r l .
'"'. or ineiF iruns ve snau
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now mem. '
Ccntonnlal Celebration Ceremonies
Reception of Foreign Quests Ad
dress by President Arthur, Ac.
Y o h k to vr s, Oct. 19. At eleven
o'c'ock this morning the French and
German de eeates. escorted bv 8mm.
tary Blaine, were received by President
Arthur, in Lafayette Hall, and formally
welcomed amid much enthusiasm. ' Af
ter an exchange of greetings the pro
cession formed, headed by President
Arthur j with Secretary HualC followed
icciive iann,ior internal lmprovraenu t ' ' '.T"fZ "
and against them, against lWsiiiKK?t
aaactc: auu stan, ano otner disnlw..:-i--- .i;t.
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grand stand. Here Bishop Harrk
Onfinnl thnrmvlinn silk
iiuer PfaTer ana ine mnmr ni th.
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behalf of I he French delegation.
The following is 1'resident Arthur's
."Upon this soil, one hundred vears
sgo, our forefathers Jf ought to a sue-
ceasfui 'issue their.heroJe .ir.r.1. ix.
T:i.i.":j - .
'- , ana ther. wa.
v-w.iauw, .uu, as we trust, maaeia aailitarv imUJ!.!. w im? i J
secure unon fhi, r,mt:n.nt . I serttce July SXk X86o. In I
to come that principle of goterament
which is the trr fihr. nf A. tu.i
svBtem the sor-rpint r ik.
-"ft v syValtTa
Ksentments which attended, and
for a time survived the rla.k r
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iong ceased to animate our hearts.
It is with co feeling of exultation over
a defeated foe that to day we summon
up the remembrance of thoee events
which have mo Je holy the around
whereon we tread. Sarel nn ani-h
unworthy sentiment could find harbor
m W -"- MM
io our hearts, so rrofuundlt thrilled
with expresions'of sorrow and symoa-
oj wunu tr national oerestement
u v i w tra II vol IHC propiC ei &Sflan I
and their august sovereign. But it is I
altocether nttinr that wa ahAnld 1
w J - I
nrrc ui rrima oil r annit aril n m.Im. l
pUtbns on tbe unfalteriBr patriotkni. I
arre to rctrca cur SOU1 Ww COttteaS- I
faitk -riTw I
s'ordy seal and sublim faith which
achieved the reaalts we aa
achieved the reanits we no- IZ I
rate; for ao, if we learn arifht the lea-1
son 01 toe, hour, shall we be incited tal
am o rvnerauoos Which shall I
uo j-iTVfv wacy wnicn our I
fa'.hfra Uft. in aa-Jk. t l;w-l
tho precious legacy which our
protected bv: law.
w . . . - . - 7 y
iv bv ua un. au maw, i
scene which we here
tut is more bromineat
iie i. mr. Kf., :ZLLZ7-TT I
tewefctog than th participatioo af ear
panicipatioo of ear I
. g'irani auYa.iresi acrne tn see. It
. ecTPa. toe sea.
ltewo which rsvnireh
an i.jKilae to Ue hvrvu of
our. countrymen; wh weltairTdlaw
. . . t
Bearteneal be- a laera aarl t af
It was tatr BMhla aa , iMaM aiM I
cxteara in to aarteat xteriod r taa i
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Wh and taade Ue capuUioe) ofl
their 4ieaaaaaia aad wail t.tt . I
who art her rreasai. ae
of the natioe.it k mv triad date ta'..
a cotdial wtlctme. Vo hat ta rirkl
to ahare with os th sesnr titlnaa mfeLb
9sr and noe ef th aae.aeaS!"-
avaktaed by tils aaai nmry ar ci I
rraesi to wa all than tin rii-t-1
tialt .iL.! rwi.u a. I
ypd hat owl isCcd ta I
LrtLS mi.s tj-. 1 - v ... I
the nations of the earthwe may be at
, T President was not interrupted
dot;.- thelivery e"t juidr but
thersjwr reutT Jt at iU close.
E bda a L bro; fcof Trenton, N. X,
ad both iimL Uok offty tho rrema
tra jdjacs U at noa wkU pre
parina: to-f -j a ailaU to Got. Ludlow.
. Several y.r tchea received here to
dJ . iodictttbiL reports have gone
fbroad that C!-tr!trs-attended with
Woo&JTe tre. pc-rted W iNoth
Jb?fM6fUl toil tiSppned." ' 4 v
rr' Frta.ihafiostqn-JttrnaI. . ;i
0?i oaeW tJLibbot sVdistin-
Sjlreds 1 oiSiarWi i Carolina,
whottjleathit faiies4eed bj (elesraph,
borhood, in. the-western -art of Coa
cord, JT.IL, Jnl- J51S25. : He received
hisi academic education at;. Phillips
iy, ABdetrrliase.r and after-
the ttsttal eollefiriafe
ttiaatx iJUr moT lair at Concord and
IJancnetler. and reaoved to the1 latter
place-Hay Before going there
he had been air tenths 'editor1 of the
taking Hp bJa residence in thai city he
nmliip'ioi' that piper,
which position he filled until February,
.Hej waa editor and proprietor of
the Botton Aiht cai 'jfa jfrom I,
1859. to May 1, Tfffll JaatlMirmin nf
the comaafttet la - Kir Hampshire he
wrotaaad reported-the mig tesolu
Uoaa in the PzesldenUal Stat Conven
tion of 1852; He wa a member of the
Whig 8iata Committefs for two years
ana tte preudleg officter one year. , The
deceased waa also a member of the
State Ooundl of the -EBOwfNolbine
party and waa ' chairman of the com
mittee which' teanalbfnied tbe order
into "Fremont elubs,w land as such
supported the State Committee that
waa formed in May .1856, 'with Hon.
. M. BoUins at IU bead.
Gen. Abbott 'was early identified with
the state military 'and was one of the
most active of those who iormed the
famoua. Governor1 I Hone: .Guards.
Having Wen appointed Adjutant aad
Quaitermaster-Grneral of, New Hamp-i
shire, he personally superintended the
raising and fitting eut of the First and
Second war rerim..ta. and th.
.jt.i-i. t JV- i-l-L . 1
cvuuimw in wnicn uiev itii me state
was credhable toXJenVrar Abbott: He
resigned hi miliU office but after
ward accepted an order from iW Sec!
retary f War to recruit volunteers: au4
raised j the Seventh Beglm.nt: takinl
the commbslon of Lieutenant Colonel
prelng that Haldimand B. Putman
or Cornish Should be ita-Coieacl Th
subject of ZtJ&
regiment to th. field, and proted one
, - . . . - .
WnO ITDrYSentra flew iiamrjahirft in
jrprewwni ew nampsnire in
kwiiuiivu wh vukpkcu ' vm vtn. ana
l hi. I.. I .;.,''
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corpai j! He wti attb bead of a brigade
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TJnUat rvur lr ;ui o .. I
Lieutenant. Olonl of the Seventh
Beriannt araa falwt NaumIu. ? to!t I
nd that of Oolone) of the same J?o-1
Lu -tv cmxi - tf-s" . ; . I
i, oo xox aisunruunea I
tFortRaher ,hj aa breveted
braverv at Fort FiiW k. ... v. tLj
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WJWia unwaliu LUBUM BtttMl
Velunleera, D trannsartnrod ant ! af
commisaiM for jUax the boendrv
nee PTiwcew xew 11 am pair aad Cana. I
Am. ' tl - . . " . . .. I
. eva amt laumt lm iitwra.
tor and historical .matt a. . He con.
Iributed illustrated articles of travel to
-ember of the New HamnahW Hi--.
u-i ct. a- -Ti:
- 4w. aoev cioaeoi toe I
war ha maorad u Wil.i. v I
that rirr aad aUtk ...... t . , I
inal city, and also gged ffxUnsively 1
saaaulactnr of lumber! He
a aarmber of the Oonadtntkinal
nwM.il. Ii iT.'k..-i,-i:r m-i "
vBiMua wi uit veuttev ana was
elected . Eepubrican -tTaltad Si.t
. " r--" tMaa CMUCS
Beaatot tor si partial term, which cloeed
1 ttnt - rtm - -ir. . - 1 -
waaaav a caSNUOat lOT
T -JS .i.irii ' . . . J.. .
wMvak vaavuacw iu oa ani ttiMi
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th neat o ih grtmad; lhat tiov. I
VaaL tha Ukrart1-!-. 1-.
not Uvallr oaaltS Wx- j
WcewlaL. 0m. Abbott mQnltW
rt . . J .1 I
7 " j-t"t i
fj mxn fix
z " a ire-
tdtla --1 . 1
, r- tvw" e 1
tS! Iltci CaymXX waa I
f1! sahr )f. law fim
" "sw,aan wwcted wita the
v .t. . .. . ... 1
aaata iIWmI tr vt tt i
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tha) wi rJ
JS nji " iat
tha rfCca. TTZZa XI. Chxa f I
.a- mmm--- I ,'
cm r- - ew w; w -i. I
r;nta' rVtiAUy j read aw aeeowat 4
fen trrr-il t 12xlrrl. X It ..ifawma ukemr
a i ... a ' . T r " I
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ww w ny rara to
The shadows of comiaT etenta mailt
to-oar arena of the most ImnnrtMt it
k ?wrJ. 'T PMoterjhia books and Ruad UwoeuPg4
is Ibe pttbheaUon of a manifesto bid-l i JU.. . I l. 'tV: 71 1
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i. tYr7 r m i7v
US thfl moat iprnhl annnn at thir
command. lZZZZIL Zi .
lyinfullL It rnna " :
"Felijow CouxrrityMEX-The hour
tL v. . -
ana come to test wnetoer the ereat or-
w iwr ua sacruice ana consecra-
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Ud by the aUegunce of (he whole Wah
STr rT , w
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crisis wun wnicn we are lace to face Is
not af nir nirin n h. Kb J.lik.
w sinae aown tbe only power , which
nii,a.t hate extorted aht
for the' tenant furmera of Trl.nt fmm
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helplwdy at the mtrcy of the law in-
tented to save landlordism and admin-
it.ri k. .k. i , -
Istered by tne landlordft' minions. The
. . .
carcuuve o. e Asn f auonai ino
1 -akaa nrbi A. M Mt M M a K 4. aMlall k A aukA.
luuoDs oi io iiaiionai jonvenuon-
:tul''l " . r 1 i i j .
the most freely elected representative
iA- vt.j t t j
DOd V ever usembled in Tnin(U.u
advancing steadily in its work of test
ing the land act tAt the same time
they look measures to .secure fin the
event of the laud act proving to be a
mere paltrv mitisration of the horrors
uf landlordism in order to fat'en it
more securely upon the necks ot the peo
ple) that the tenant farmers should not
be delivered blindfolded into the hands
of hostile law j courts,, but should be
able, to fal back upon'lhe magnificent
organu ition which was crushing land
lord ism out ot existence when Mr.
Gladstone LeDned in tn ifa rnmu '
; THE TEST CASES.
"Blow after blow has been struck at
the Land League in mere wantonness
of brute force.
In the : face of provo-
cl,.OH wu CQ iBas wood
1 1 anie, the executive adhered calmlt.
l j.i . ' .
U.J . e course irac outr
Z r v C , T iaa
" "a '
I T. . t."
1 oer" Qf the executive and chif nffi -
I i ' ..: i -
CUU of the Leacue unon hMno.UMn.
" .r rvr""
p..-,,, .uu tne violent, suppression
sibiiitv of doubt that the English got-1
va cvvu PUUb UrTOaa UT DOS
ernment, unable to declare the Land
I in th attempt to break iu unity and
llffTIA an 111 Ara 1 aaAii J......J
ow J verms.1 uniy one constitutional
weapon now remains in the hands ef
th. r.n. ! .v. . .
nd mo irreaUUbl of all. :.. We
hesitate to advise onr MWmmiin.
. i t. . "Trt .C 'ZrJTz. .-'-
rT" ino ""Ee Jaw-
itaaursa oi ue x.Bftisn rovernment haa
PTOTOtM a CfUII ID eh mii.t
. a a - . . .
lher consent to the Irish tenaTt
farmer disarmed of the r organisation
-nd UM nnr. mrtr. LrJ! .LTTI?
?f.lb- U??.,ord' wj murmur of
Iruh public ooiaion
aimeti aana, or appeal to our eona-
trvmen to It nnia tMAri I. ik. t
trymen to at once resort to the only
men now left io their hands of brinr-
I L r t B a a
ieg this false and brula
, "a reaeem your I
pledgee has arrived. The executive of
r T T w m I
act, feel ' bound to advise the tenant t
farmers of Ireland fmm iki. r..w I
to Pav no rents under an mronm.t..
pes to their Uodlords until government
icuojnic ue exiaung system of ter
rorism ; and restom the '
"fbra of the people. Do not b daus-
oy me removal of yoar leader.
Atonal MtaM.k. i..:u...i a.- i
thmu: of mWlarV.nrTrr.V.
w ic yearseiveaoe laUmidated by
- ot mtutary violence, it ts as
tawtul to refnaa . Z.
taerfal tA a.rnM . ,. .; . I
receive tW rZ:. .Z"rf I
liUee of tb entire nonnlitU. a.nt.1
tary power has no wira iVtd.
oe poured out nnetiatodlv brikaa.
port of all who may e ad are eviction la
of lha alrorvla rVn.
:.rv , .
a. . . . j ."-
orouer ia America aaar bereLed mm
If neceaaary as saaay ali
.7 117" .
ted tboemnd to
as y nave coetribu-
m ak44a at ii - - - IU a .
wf tyraany to iu knee.
7 t their bndkiscrr-
On mor crbw.Sr
i -T- ... .wh.mm iuirrwavi
4L7. 7 iva.airi UU4I
sKaonet sr mm na n tw. . i
. Tmmt. ..If L. .! M ."'mm ? .
Tarawa, Kettk. DtT5tSa.SS
nOSrW aeefata a.akuai Xw. . ' -.: ;..
fzzr - - - -
: r -r 7 I
; r : "3 - rr- Harper ? If the answer waa in th
iy ferced upon the countrr. while! -t . .... .
' v - it . . . . : " .1 8wve, ae wonia. unmeauneiy repiy.
Land act is yet untested, in order It j.4-. f .v. c..i.-.
Ir, i7 5
I yw t eT7n I
tAaaUJ I.. J .
w a aa eateenbed.
. , '""SBWeBfaeaeaBaBaeaSaeaae.
i t L - - ;- .
1 ViTV fjL TAa mi
. h 7ta
c?. - .... . .:., '
1 . - . - . ..
?n nas commence Jtagraiidiamy
pappose me o:a rec eran Ijokm
uu mu uia nn uta ut us lid. i
Wn--aertainlyHo fault to
I . . s . ..
7 ttwo men he 4charged. for
Ueyway. perked tteardoJieawelM
44C' -"5 Wttf
i i4us uurx uuu no iuconi cuscnarrea
L. . .v. .i mA-:.i."u
genUeman'a dodgea and trick so weU
i .v. . - . ..
nosm Tery. auacuit; matter to
keep B with We f
who hat been M Bi fir times to
I s wti, and: every time the question
I i ..v.
I : j v- '-
-v " . ' . '
1 . . 't
I uaptain. .une gentleman; that was
treated in the aamo manner told . the
Captain that ho did not think he or
- "t.i. . i
Bacon either were the right men, and
, a .u t ji . ( .
efi them ia diacuat. Now these chanres.
. rf M
could b asked and, w belietlub-
I i . . . .
I iiiuieu oemre an invesugaung oom-
I , . u j
I mittee, but what is the us, ho doe not
I . . . - -
must be true. Why don't Mir. Bacon
ask the War Department Ho Hbate the
matter investigated and clear himself.
Has. he not xot pride I enougu left io
want this thing searched into' and find
out who is to blame? If he has not
then it is time the fcovernmeiit officials
had removed him and filled the place
with some one else.' 4 ' !: I1- i
Well, Mr. Editor I suppose you have
always been a dabbler In politics and
hate never turned your attention to
civil engineering, if you have not you
might learn a lesson or two by visiting
Corn Cake Inlet and setinc the 8 real
Mogul and his engineer Mickel with a
plank fence across an inlet l one' hun
dred yards wide, with twenty; men car-
rying sand bags, and thirty more hold
hn tn .-...
',l - 6 iu uuiKt
tiog put Jfeen i knots, while Bacon and
hallooing, hold on! hold oul But the
briny deep proted too much; fx them;
two month, labor and
thirty thousand feet oflumben that is
mm your gate soum and you win see
Id Woodbury with "her gallant
n the wheel coming aro.nd
bu07 l lh of
I t. .l- .M...t..
ui kuuit iu 'insult ui vuc vairin
Ut. - ..
i iuuujw, nuicQ is rounuing tne point
of Fort Caswell under a full preis of
Now, Mr. EdiiorVif you couid see all
this vou micbt then learn aomethln
I - ; O
boot B5inr? nd filliog up Valets
And if tou wish to learn antthinc
about 'mercantile businejs joa .might
vuut the great baa tar and view the
large and well selected stock he spoke
and perhaps you might ret. an in
traduction to the poet, who ia tuual'y
the deak writing.
Well, Mr. Editor, they sav Mick el
found a letter at his door, said to have
been from some ol the Soooks bovs, but
I don't believe it. I think it was from
some of those fellews that deserted and
went to the blockade, such fellows are
alwat on tb alert for business. 1
suppose they thought they could bull
dose, Mickel and get hts place. Dot we
can't all be Captains "and, don't you
lorget it. yours until death.
!,r ea,l7, iat" W
" "e uemocraiiC tar rsedlon.
.ila Th. ik.t s V- " :
Plhai party moat be a ace
r awurs vrctionai-
isss, : Than iK- a ,t
. :Z - -ww
only ioa section, and that In tt.. ..k
They tell oa that to compiaiA of crime j
uae me wniarotsa massacre Is to revive
th animosities of ibe war. Then tbe
war snuat be thonrWt (t iK.m tyt..w
been waged for the iwivirere r killier
rwy i" puTueoniu, Aoete
" f eoeo i. aU ga-
. or it wm after Wblle CCaee ta
uf ma tb
men who ftee It. Ad
"nest ksev JtaU taurtr VaJae.
"They cared, me of in lui
area ana JwWnty CSompUint. as
mended.. I had a half beule ka Wa
I awed fat aty two lotle airls. wka tka
doctors aad neighbors said eoeid aot
cnreuV I weeii hato ieat both cf
khm adarht if I hadaMHaieaaiw
. . . . t . ri
aswaaij 1MI TJBa
. i . r
and do not
w re ?na. ti sm.
r ytac -astoyas!
aaryajBa) aia eVtt t, f ni.'Af I
Wlnhgi i , Weld B
Wilaslactoa, K. XX. y. is, irae.
CHAHGK OF BCaiDULK.
rN aad alter May IStu ion ? I
fN aad attoraffay
roaa w:u run a foiitnra: i -
will rnn fiiin-.'
" ww aua iwuv vi at
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