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V OLUME XV I
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far. Tear. p* w * bl ® In ad vane* i'-JO
■ ATK.% or A9UITIRIXOI
r4 Bi«aro (ten Ur.es er iw) 1 tuue...... f! JO
«i until additional 4«nartlon
o«»waaU •'•rUnjer tiiuo r.r mor- s|>:ic«c»n be
* Made ia »ret»orlW»i> to the »l»«»ve i ate:
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liewrdlug to tkeae ratea at the. tuna U" •»«>" .
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tiiau at«v w r*u*4. inouni '
B«»taea»nrd» will be iv a.tcd al Teu l>ellnrs ,
professional cards. |
' RL. HA YMOUE,
attorney at I.a v. ,
Mt Airy N, O. j
gpMial attoetlon gitento i'. •• oUecticn«,» j
ft'. F. CA R T Kit,
MT. AIUT, SCRHV I >., N. «
Practices wliereve. hisservices .ire wailtfl. |
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m.« r.V HtNDteUsiOV. fcl**H t> • llA"05 I
WOOD, BACON&CO (
!iap»t>*'a Jwbkf.K ui
dry goods. % votjkv&\
WHITE GOODS, ETC. (
H.i. 300-411 Mm krl a: ,
Car sale «ritt find it to tlie'r interest to
A O. SOHOON.M AKICK,
1 .»* VT llliuia St.. .Nus York.'
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Wacleii.tle Dealers i*
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f l all'* I is* p»'.4 le «. dars, aa4 «l:i
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PAISTfI, 011,3, DTRS, T iU:::M?Ey
French end AmancnE
winnow GLASS, PUTTY, SC, I
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CI3ARB, TOBACCO A SPItOIAI.T") .
lioß Mam Bt., Hiohracnd, Va; 1
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~"GEO.¥rEW r ARTr
Tin and Sheet Iron Mauu-j
Op>*eiv. Farm*;*' \Yarehou«».
IBOFING BUTTERING AND SPOUT",
daue al short noli re.
le»f« eooitantly on Uiitid Is* lot >
UaakiMf ai4 Heating Store*.
TOJH Ac Chrisii
TriiHtste.d Unto uiid lioniirt*.
To lull ErerjrbttUy.
deor South of Iloinl Fountain,
Mrs. N. S- 1 )HVIS>,
TTie Wilmington Star.
RiurcnoN- iv I'RK Fii.
AiUu'.mb ii «it!«d to the foiicvring i»-
r»t»« of »nb«»ripiion,
CASH IN Anvtue*
THE DAILY ST AR.
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-0 O M VO IT N D
A MI LI) TONIC
A I'PSiTJ Eli.
A '■urc for D\>-;*|Min 1 anfl
'i i r :ipitK'!i. 1 j/i• i:» •'■ • i).« . ii.,u>ut
the Liwr ami Ki«ltif*van i p»v*\s a penile
*» no t»» tl.i! Organs. Nn^irk
rrs .lrution following ProlracttMl Nci vgiisb. 1
Mini «tite*b!« I coittlition 1 tli«- £?ium;il >y«-
HAurr acti r*i» BY
Dr. V. 0, THOMPSON,
Winston N. C. «
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1 ) M U S T O i\ !•: S
UNTIL YOLf fii-.K ,
i; W. DURHAM, ii
Winston, N* C \
(ly'~Designs mniletl t
H - H. OARTLAND, !
And dealer in Cassi mares ! 1
And Furnishing Goods
i Qreensb'oto, - ... N.C.
| I'scer f'eatral Hotel.
"NOTIllNti STJCCEEPS LIKE Si CCUSS."
DANMJRY, N. C., THURSDAY, MA IXC H 8, im
HE I'l' !t >.
'•Kiitnrn, \vc date not as fain
Wou' 1 cry from lu-nits that yearn ; j
l 4 ovt» darci uoi bi»t our dcutl again
rfl\9*fly tlmt s* ain .'trsd tmfit
is tirvi ftjft- l\;tlcn'd lutrn nm l .-train !
Dow jjowu, li«? -vtiil, .*n«l loat ;
'1 he fu'Ht't that I «\i! *il all lii'.'n* c of uai;. |
N«» fur.era I riles inurn ; •
ll while li >: a> leinain,
uluVJmI. >V. Ill'No Alt.
I Wliitc fal>i;U-s woven iQiu:,>;tli' i-U ..lh
Enwrap tlir silentlil'ls tint lie
i.ike dim it* :,tl jiantfr in thea- >»iirutul>, ;
ClaHjrt'd Ijj the tilik arms ni :In* sky.
K»r uii the mountain's loltx I row,
li)' miiiiiifi's imful :huyl r rin n.
Hie w inil is'i cii'i vi: • :','j t.i'sunw
huiliN . ki.tirway up toward liea>eu.
STATE GI AHD.
'I h» law uniirr which tue Ptkle tiuan! 1
i • to lie no equipped we.it !
; iito force the Ist of July, 1887. De- !
eisiuns tnaile ~i Dteember by the Seurc. :
' t :\ry of War were to the eif«jt that mi
j dcr its proTimous (jaarlaruia.stor'x
► tores us woli a 4 ardianee stores cuuld
lie iisucd. Tills is a new dq orturc
an d a iuont iuipoi taut one : certaiuly
lir North Caaaiina, for it permits tiie ;
complete eijuipmetit, with uniform-, i
evercoats, ie., if /he State Uitard. \
I tie lan increased the auowatife a'.tio- j
ally to the militia IU the I nitoil States
from sii'!o,ooo Jo North;
Carolina's annual iguuU is
Of tint a'low >nce t la«t Jaly,)
, ♦C..UUO is to the State's credit oww.
I and SIO,IBS more ibeciiu' * available
[Julyl«t u»st. (lut of th. SIO,OOO,
I overcoats will be ditiWii fir wolve bun- ;
i tired men. Four coinjmuios aro to be
immediately supplied with uniforms,and |
the i.-stte of the latter will in ull ea.r«
be b.ueii upon the toport of th laspei'.
tsr Geiicrul that companies are iu nv i
ol thfin. The Ktuies art all th" prop
erty of the United .Mates. The la»r i
entirely new hspurpuse is to mifc
the actlfe militia :lio '»reseiTe"' of tin
army. It practically ftivcs each State,
at tiover.iuieut expense, so far as cloth. !
inp, anus anil camp ei|utpngc are con
cerned, an army of its own, ready fui
service»lway», at a taomeut'g notice, at
th* call cl'tlie Governor or the I'l '-i
--dent nf the United States, >hrough thu
Goveruar. 7'ho State (Susrd thus bt
conies as near the reguhr uric* a: !
pus»ihle. The law of the State Bxcs tin
number of enuip*niax at 25. 1 lie same i
act gives each company sjilo annually.
The uiinitauii) strength of a coupain
UIUM not fall below ,'!2, at,d each organ
isation must be at a point having rail- j
way or steamb'ist eemmunioatinu am! i
with *.elej:riplini faeilitio# -- Italcigli
\ JOUl' H Uttli lull UATTIiE- i
A« *.o the euaseducsi of the rattlesnake
says J. W. Soolt iu tho Philadelpli
Press, I would like to correct n "Very ]
■coumii n error These otborwiee dan
geious reptiles]always give waruiug, a»c '
ncrer bite unless roughly trad upon or
incautiously caught with the hand. On
a cold, rainy or damp day, when partly ]
torpid, they give no alarm, and will not j
bite under any circumstances. A msn
may lake tbei&up and fold tliciu urouud !
his ueuk with iut harm. 'I hc same luay J
bedonoal oilier times, but the per-!,
former must be extremely cautiuits. IU
may toueh any part of the snake's body I
except t. i ta 1 or rattles. The rattler !
has a well knowu hut unwritten law 1
"Thou shnit not suffer any man to touch
thy tail or thy rat'les, o pain of de h j
to the ollender " Obierviog this law, ,
an expert may handle one of tlies* i
tile monsters almost any tiiu«* with ab
selutc impunity. It is needles* to say,
however, that I do nit recommend such
petfnrinaßCe an au every day nereise. ,
Even an unloaded gun will aoinetiuics
There was a SOO,OOO lire in Ocnla
; SHALL \Y V. HAVE A FAKMtiv
The subject of frails is one that is
, becoming a matter »f great interest to
the people, and teprcially to faiwers.
They suffer uiore from monopolistic
| combinations than any oilier clan*. The
j problem of how to combat those trusts
!is then i matter of prcfouid ißtere»i
,to the entire farming population It
;is proponed by the Hrslern Rural that
l the farmer! undcrtako to solve the
• difficulty by forming a trust iheioselvos.
j We quote tljs rcm'irk.s of tin Rural u,i
full; they are intcivsifng reading;
Everything is going in'.o trusts cicepl
j fartniug. Suppose we "trust" farming
I too. The trusts that have been organ
ized mean to charge us farmer* a higj.ei
price for everything we use. iSalt writ
be higher, eonl i» higher, machinery i»
I higher, dugargi.es up, everything costs
j or is to coat a price that is mucli higher
j'ban the laws of supply aud demand
! warrant, simply because there i.s a eou>
! bination under ihe style of trusts >Ve
i must pay big jr.iocs for what wc buy,
and get small prices for niiat wo sell.
How can >.vo maintain ourselves utter
that kind of an arrangement ' There is \
nothing left for us tu do but organize a j
1 trust, and we osn orgamza one. it' we ;
j choose, that will knock all nthor trusls l
| silly, How shall wo do it! Just organ- j
ize. Let there be an Alliance formed
■in every district. Let the work go j
rapidly forward until every farmtr in !
j the lam! is enrolled under the Ailiaucc :
1 ba'jner. Then let the National Oigan
! ization ■ fio» time to tune the ad.
vice to withhold this crop or thru crop
j from the market a few days, or to cearo
purchasing this article or that, and let
he advice ho St! t.y fullewod. Tiwae
!is not au industry in the country that
oottld not ba brought down i n its ki>« >
I in short order if such a -'trust'' was in
; operation. The barbed wire monopoly
! could U burstod; the railroad uiooopoly
■ould I i twisted iutc decency, grasping
j capita! could bo tau»ht a solid les-ison |
I that it would never forget, aud while all j
1 , M» •*-a. beiHg iW-na. the Kk.scjd.eut a-1 --V
could iretuently bo giveu to withhold
; the solid farmer vote fioui this candidate
or lhat, because h« is no! wor'.hy of ' 0-
' tideuoc, and if audi advice were followed,
i more would he an end ai once nod or- j
ever of all the evils uodei which we •
j suffer. Indeed the ba i . box is to bo
j the chief reliance of the farmer tj trust,
and the sooner wc organize the trust,
i tint sutler we .sliall be able to utililizu
the ballot box for our own and tie gen
Siiiuusiy, n great deal might be done
iu the »»y of piotecting oursulues by
withholding our picducts from the mark
et and withholding our patrouagc frmi !
inonopolios for a season, if we wero well
: orgatiiled. The thing is in a naoasnri
practical. It is just as piactieal for us
to nold our products, or to limit the
i production of a certain crop, as it is fo
the coal barons to limit the output o!
coal. All wo uced is organization and
i a will to accomplish our purpose, even j
; if it requires some temporary sacrifice. I
There are manv organizations in the
land that extend over the whole country, !
and are represented in almost evetv!
! hamlet. Orders are frequently issued j
; from the lieadxunrters of these organ! |
j zillions, and in an week's time ever)
1 lodge iu the louutry is working in ac- j
I cordance with such orders. The Alii- i
■ ance can do likewise it farmers will g,.'
i into it, and unite their efforts for the !
accomplishment ot a ci .union purpose. |
liut as we have s.mi mnr.y times, there '
Jis absolutely nothing necessary tu do, j
but organize. The very moment that i
' other industries and the polilioans |
found that the farmers were closely or- \
1 ganized, they would ay, like the iu the
j tree, "I'ou't shool, we will eouio down." :
i We have either got ta organize a'lrust
; or else wc must burst the other trusts.
This position is good m far as it gucs,
i but i( doesn't go far enough There is j
!«nu need to confine the opcratims of j
such a scheme to one organization. Let
not only too Alliance but all other fnr
, mer's organizations unite in forming a :
1 'trust' cover ug the entire oouatry. The i
(liango, the Wheel, the J M B. A
and all others should come in snd make
, the trust universal in iu scop-!, cover
i ing evety class ef farming produe'i, n
-I'lien farmers would bi in a position to
■ Ifght the eiiiiin ' with heir awn weapons. L
! Rinpcror William hasordercd aspicial '
| report on tjie oonditiiin of the C own
Princ's laryux L>r. Maekenize proi est- j
1 cd ngains; the treatment ol the 1 ■cruian
Gruensbnro fl orkmtm. The money
keeps railing iu At the People's Kite
j (Vnts Savings liniik. On yesterday the
deposits rushed past the $14,000 mark.
Ilvudersnu Gold Lvf 'fobaceo is
now selling higher on the Henderson
n.iraet than ever before, perhaps. The
sales continue heavy and everything and
everybody is wide-awake and full of
Uuuriiibnrx E-iiungc: Twenty-two
of the graded school pupils, each under
tvft»tt» years of yuslertlav a
4 I'tei'y wntlen toHbe I'hiladeL
. | hia Tail' v. where piizes await tho oaes
whose aro the most worthy.
Sanli 'iu'Ed-press: New coaches wil!
be put upon the 0. F. & Y, V. road
; soon. Capt. Fry is st tho North pu v
chnsiiig ihcui." This road will be shin
, ing liglu iu North Carolina. Mr.
M. Mcleo i Kelly, oCCarthago township,
i has madi 1,775 pounds of seed cotton
on two aeros of laud, a bale and had to
Charlotte C'Aromch Ono of
subscribet in untieing the fact that a
i canning factory will sliottly be iu oper
i atiou in Cliurlotte, tells us tiiat it is
1 bound to be a »uccess, as the example of
all ether factories of its kind iu th.-
| State will show Ho mention.-*, as an
instance, the successful career of tin
j iittucs Canning Company, which wa»
j established at Is lington in ISS7, and
which has already built up a successful
Wi'kesburo i hroiucte. The latr.
det arture m * oial circletof iVilkesboro
is the popular ainusi ment of premenad
itig the streets oxbaek particip:i:i:l by
ces aud gcnlletoen. Verily "On
ward the tidi of amuseuient flows." :
Wo have received a eard fr.iui Mr. li.
N. Higgins, of Pntlsboro, Tex., asking
'or samples of the Chronicle. Mr. Illg
g .is was fi'i.nsrty a rebidont of this
e uut\ and migrated to Ttxas in ISSG.
Mrs. Higgins will bo rcinem'nerej us the
moll'if of live oli lilren w iiiin eleven
i , v j(>tii2 while liviujj in this CtfU^ty.
Winston Dnl /■ The Kirhmond £
Dunville l'.jiiroad Company hate now
an opportunity of penetrating with a
i railway one of the Hues! and most fertile,
j cctiotix of our Statu. They can do it,
too, w; th tho liberal ant of thu people
on th Hue. In this we allude to the
Wilkesboro extension, which i- cliou
must sooner or later meet the eves of
enterprising railroad men who will avail
t I'm selves of 1 1« advantages, should the
Kichiuoud it Danville Company negle .-t
them. Hesides this, if tliey do not
build, ihey will iorever forfeit tne con
fidence of the people of this section, who
will then have tasmd two bitter pills of
Kaleigh A'cw? Observer: Coainisj
iouer »f Agriculturo UubittMin, with t a
ol State Chemist ftittle, is niw at work
on a plan for establishing' in every coun
ty a model of experiment farm. This
j work is psoper y a sequel to the organi-
I zation of farmers' institutes, in which
i the commissioner did some extensive and
j valuable work last year. The purpose
of these farms is to show aud exemplify
the best method of work iu every de
partment, of agriculture, aod is far as
practieanlc to provide for the examina- |
lion and analysis of seed, elc. It is '
propn dto have lbs host lurming iiu- •
pleiueuts suited to the locality in wli 'h
each farm may bo located, >vith all in—
j formation as to how they may be procur- !
od, prices, «to, mJ other joasral in r- t
1 uiatioii valuable te farmers. The full ®
| plana etc., will l>e made known i the ,
: early luiuie. Tho completion "f,
' the 1) eh l.aw by Cougress gives io j
' io Stats experiment station, located iu
! this t it , au annual revenue of $15,000
from the I uited Stales Government, '
j commencing Ootober, This will
be a great relief to the Department of j
Agriculture, uf which the station is a
sub department, and which has hitherto
been maintained from the funds arising
to the State by the - lie of fertilizer !i
--eensn. The e aie now 213 stu
dents at \\ ska Fores' College. j
Immigration agent Patrick h«« been
noti'ia 1 by a New llamshire inan, lliut
ho w II come tu this Stato at au early :
day aad put up a clothes pin factory >
with a enpseity of 300 gross per day.
The looation of the factory has not been |
•elected,— — Iho bsoui in the tooaeeo |
tnarkot is somothing astonishiDg. The
warehouses were flooded Thursday with
some of the finest grades evtr seen on
the market, and the averages ran uj#'
From the V. ' ninst-jn «t:M
Ha-sehall lialsris" sieuot to be cut
Suth is tue taU.
Minnesota is for t rivsb . i for the noio
• iatiouf:>r the Preidoney .
' Miss Cleveland is writing a book on
I thu famous St. Augustine.
I Texas is plethoric. It has $1,727,-
I 000 surplus in tuc Treasury.
Thodore Thomas is said to have a mu
sical library worth JO.
f ra«ee*s wiife otop >s ?r 're.asing.
Perliapi the appetite is in .. .g also.
Sheridan says he does not desire to be
a candidate for the Presidency. Stick
to that Phil.
Newspaper publisher Geo.'W. Chilis
, says no, he v.iil not be a caudidate for
There is a continu«d rutaor in Lou
don taat bloody iialfour will have to
step down and out.
Edgar Fawcct. l el, critic and uov.
etist, says that Wall Whitman's poetry
ts duilcr than au- auctioneer's oa'.alegue,
and so it is. It is hard work to liod
where the ,'poetry" comes iu.
Thus far nothing bus boe.idone iu the
Congress to reduce taxation aad relieve
the people. Iu the mealtime an tin.
ueocessary tax of some $160,000 a day
is taken from the burdeutd people.
The three Democrats most talked a
| boui in Washington for tho Democrslit
uvuiinatiou for the \ io« l> residency are
\ oorhees, Vila* auj liiaea. Much will
Jepend upon the Kcpublican notniueos. j
Ihe South Caiuliua "apers are now
JAeussiug the farewell ieilar at Capt.
1 iilmaß, the Protection moiauar from
; that Stato. He is praised or blaiueti
' according to pclitieai t'aiti. and personal
Ilenry George says he thinks Blnitir
iticaL's to say lit will not figi t for
nominations, but will accept if tendered
lie says he rather tt nks Slaino will be
the mau. a],j.e«.-s to be.tne
Washington letter writers report that
' tho Hill men are strongly antagonizing
the President in New York, and are say- |
,1 mg that he uaunot carry Uiat State, j
Vie believe thu President is sticngti
i i in h s own State than any other man and ;
il iiou. intud thsc u* will carry it.
So .Mr. iloberl Pun.B V?iisoc, the
young Kentucky poet, is not Southern
after al 1 . He was hern m Pennsylvania
Mi.'l A. I'ug.'.ut V'irginiu, thiiike "the j
beauty of the St.nth has informed his
spirit. ' Mrs. Perston, the Virginia j
poetess, is also a native of Pennsylvania.'
The N#* Orleans States announces '
! the. death of the wife of Mr. David M.
V auoe, son ol Suuator Vane . She was
b'irn Mist Maud Watkii son. ii pays a
touching tribute tritiuic to her She j
i loaves two liltlo chili!: . She had 1
. been married but three . >m. M..|
\ aneo is connecicd with the oai:ori.-tl
stall of tho Stales.
Here are tlij ta:.cs collected durn. •
1887, iu North 'ar. liua
j "Tax on licenses retail liquor dealer.*,'
$82,7->7 . tax on white po'la,
I tax oil colored pells, 03.-: ;oa rea'
i and pi-rsonal property at l'2i cents ■ •
itie SIOO valuation. $J57,450. Total
school taxes, $005,000; total taxes ft
! all ciunty purposes,'Jti)2o,ooo."
It is reported that the House Judioi. I
i ary Committee is prepuriug a substitute .
bill to change tne Judiciary system of
j tho 1 nited States. They prapose to re- j
j construct the Federal, C'ircuit, and the
j District Courts. In this wav they will
give tho needed relisftotht U. S. Su-!
preni • Coi. -t.
Two git ,s, darned '1 illie and l.tili*
Ingcrsoll, sisters, from U as'iington, Pa.
) visited Beooklyn, N. V. Mr. H. S
\\ illis, a lawyer, became engaged to
I.illie. Tillie now sues for breach ol
proiaise. Willis wroto a "poor fist" and
j his letters to Lilite looked like letters to
; Tillie The damages are laid at $50,-
i OtlO. lloth fell in lova with hire.
Tho reputed bone- »f the. nice la«snt
■ Thomas Uccket are said t» be oxposod. j
1 in Canterbury, England, in the bouse
!of a local antiquary, Two London ba j
risUrs, of the same namo end reputod
descendants, threaten to prosecute the
Dean aud Chapter for misdemeanor in
J permitting the leniovs! of the body froir
eonseoratcd soil. The skeleton is laid
/'out on a table. Bccket bus been dead'
several hutidred tears.
1 * i
Hawtborse was not a society mat
Heat him t , "Ffl wo.uld know ffi«
ityjiiery ( of human bososis 1, can# tok.
§ticss."—Wash., Cf/f/ii. t¥
Curious, set th-' niSB wlfo hs* tkc
i bsst standing in a faahianoble eliurehaiu
generally the inap wj«« pty» tha awst
tor !iis s.'at. Uurliujjjlju i/cfj^rfnu
A man in Lowell Ktass., bss a dea
that chews tobaceo. It tobasoo
to a cheap blanket, aud byks
Magnetic Statesman is uicntiosod it
its buaring—Chicago Iler Id.
A S'hihielphia 'boy wants ta know
of the Times how to mskc a fortune as
a journalist. Go into sotus oilier fiusi
i ness and exercise your jouraislistic tal.
ent by toiling people privately how a
I newspaper ought to bo run.—liiebtusnd
The father thought hs would appeal
io his yuiiug martaonj. Oae tiurn
tug whsn lie made his uauij deiaasd the
father said : "Pou't you taink you'rs
aiost too old to beg for a nickel V
"J hat's so,"said tho boy thoughtfully.
"That's so. Give ins two bits.- -"Sati
Fran isco Cy unj/e.
Worried wife. 1 0, dotlor, what
i dotained you ' I sent for you st
|IU o'clock; tny hujbaii'i is very low
;E loec." "Doctor (cotrplacently
i,'\os, I received yet: call then, but
a:, I had anyt ugtigetneut with another
patient iu this neighborhood at 0 o'clock
1 thought I'd make ono job of it and
; kill two birds with one stone. '-Judge.
rp i • ' " ■ . %.*
there is SSJ nmch electricity in a
kiss that engaged levers have been
known to dspctid npoa it altogether to
light a spacious room.— Jturnal at
HktiC'Uutn. >«, ' # ,
itible clas.-, studying about Jostpk
id prison aud ais leiaiiost to tua :it«f
hitler and baker, alia iutereiied in U«a
daily newo Tcaehsr—•Whom slid Jo
i | serfc trust to get bin, oat of jmuso * '
i Jjiiuu b3y---lioii 15m.W.-..-l»x
e a 9 ■ A - j .
• 4 Abs glad to see jou lack, old Mai/''
said s local merchant to a" eit
i«n. "I'm giad it be bteV," said Ike
I other. "Where hsvn yoo h««0 *"
; "licet, over to beomloWß." "Io bus»»
I insss there."' "Yoi.; 1 ">lak» ju^y
' thing ?' "ies, made as assignment."
lion. Ja«ii;.s (i. IJiaina vy.-iUen a
' letter fr m Flore.ijes, Italy, i n which ho
; deciimt, the use of his noma for the H«-
; uhlicsn Prssideutia! noioisatinn, nad
, m doing so makes the cluiiu that never
i.n the history of his party wero the
•stance* so favorable for a magmficeßt
victory. Hon. John Shermau -ays ho has
aeeu expecting such an ntitraroe from
Mr. Hlaino, and that it was on th« uy
| poth-isis that he had entered the l'roet-
Monoy was very low in New York
last week. Tho average was aat more
than per cent. Tho r.Mlroati esru-
I lugs for Jsunary show a slight- iiicresse
I over last year. There aro t oiuroo /rem
1 fcnt 12 rods for theiirst week m lfi%j>,
ary, and show a gain oi"U).!)l ejnt.
j New Vori jobbiag dry goods trido was
; light and irregular for last week.—Wil.
, 'liington Slur. *» .
Judge Connor some months' ago cs
pressed the opinion that thotiulatfer of
•mailer mimes is diminishing in tho
i State; but Forsyth does not"seeni.(o be
uiQislly improving. If tuo numhr ,of
, smaller crimes is diminishing in *oy
narts of-the State we can only account
' for it is easier to convict parties accused
ol smaller crime* liks potty laren/ and
ail ray, that it is ts.uicet'tha demands o
jnsiice ogaiiwt those accused jsf-liijjhjir '
ofteactis, and this fear of qojivctibtr may" ,
be noting as a warning Iqsmu rfgaffAV'
the ciminiission »f smaller crimes.
j " ~7*» *' *
Vko does bef. :r.can j.o .bs.oclips- ',
,ed by fbo ex-Kmpress Engenio. Sho
: expended $500,0u0 upon a inausoieum
for tlic daad Kmj )«ror and son, and
Aloxsr.der is nhoot speeding
>n » ißooumeot to h'.s ruuydeswi
The people of c«arso ksia to fursish
Four men were killed and font badly
sonhled by the explosion of a boiler on a
i Louisiana plauhtUon