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Salem Press: Internal revenue col
lections in the Fifth district for week
ending November 4, were 18,091.33.
Distemper among the cattle in the
mountains is killing large numbers.
We notice a great many farmers are
not yet done sowing wheat, lhe weath
er is favorable, and another week will
probably finish the job.
Piedmont Press. A large grey eagle,
not having a due regard tor municipal
law, swooped down, last week, upon a
poultryjyard within the corporate limits
of this venerable borough and carried
away the monarch of the yard, the
great shanghai rooster.
Winston Sentinel : Dr. Preston Roan,
one of the leading physicians of our
town, died on Wednesday morning
after a lingering illness ot several
weeks, of disease of the liver.
Mrs. Lizzie Pond and family took
their departure from Salem last Satur
day evening, to join Lieut. Pond, u. S
A., who is at present stationed at one
or the western frontiers.
L. A. Brietz, of Salem, is feasting on
second-crop strawberries. lie gathered
one-half gallon from his patch last Sat
urday, larger and liner in every way, he
says, than the first growth. And this
A lady in Salem, while removing the
outer covering of her pin cushion the
other day, in order to replace it with a
new one, found imbeded in the interior
185 needles, 535 pins, and 8 darning nee
dles. By what method they found their
way there, she says, remains a mystery.
Anson Times: Mr. S. L. Morris has
brought us in several apples of the sec
ond growth this year. Even the trees
are doing their best this season.
Another curiosity this week is from
Dr. D D. Teal. It is an ear of corn,
joined to which and surrounding it are
four other distinct ears. All tive ears
grew in one shuck.
Mr. J. J. Colson brought us last week
a curiosity in the shape of a potato. It
bears a perfect resemblance in outline
to a duck, having a curved neck, body,
beak and all.
Raleigh News and Observer: Mr.
Anderson Page, aged 94, sought out the
registrar of his township and went to
the election Tuesday five miles, and
polled a solid Democratic vote.
Five prisoners made a desperate at
tempt to break out of jail here yestei
day. They forced out an iron grating
of a small window opening in the hall
way. This, as it fell, knocked down the
stovepipe and set the jail on tire. Jailer
Jones ran in and beat the prisoners
into submission, knocking one of them
severely on the head with the butt of
his pistol. So the attempt was a total
The People Have Spoken.
New York Herald, Iud Rep.
Mr. Jay Hubbell and his associates in
the dirty work of robbing the govern
ment clerks of their wages; Mr. Robe
son and his associates in river and har
bor and other jobbery; Mr. Kasson,
Senator Hoar, and their associates, who
so insolently refused to relieve the peo
ple from oppressive and unnecessary
taxes all these heard from the people
President Arthur also heard from the
people. Mr. Cleveland's majority
against Mr. Arthur's candidate in this
State can scarcely run below 125,000,
and may turn out even greater. Mr
Pattison's plurality in Pennsylvania
over the Cameron-Arthur candidate
will probably reach 25,000, and may ex
p ;ed that. Mr Arthur dictated the nom
ination of Mr Folger, contrary to the
advice of his true friends, and Mr Fol
ger is "snowed under" so deep that a
dozen "'machines" could not dig him out
in a dozen years.
The game is not played out, either
for the Republican party or for the
President. The Democratic success is
so great as to be dangerous to the vic
tors. If Mr Arthur has sufficient sa
gacity and statesmanship he may yet
save the Republican party from de
struction. Is there any other Republi
can leader who can do this? We do
not just now think of any.
How Little Boys are Reformed in the
Good State of Maine.
The examination at the reform school
was continued Saturday. Mr. Willey,
an officer, testified that he had struck a
boy on the head, altough the officers are
not allowed to do so; another boy was
knocked against a bench. The witness
said the boys were running the place as
it is; made boys stand with lingers on
their toes twenty minutes; the vessels
in the cellar are open ones and are emp
tied once in twenty-four hours; there
is but little light or ventilation in the
cells; an iron band, four inches wide
and one and a half inches thick, with
an arrangement that passed under the
shoe and put on with set sciews.weigh
ingr over twelve pounds, was an instru
ment used aa a punishment. The boys
wore the iron night and day in the
night next to the skin; had them on
four months at least; the boys are com
pelled to stand up all night for slight
infractions of the rules, and confined
in cells and the tower eight or nine
nights, etc. The trustees never saw the
iron used until to-day. The boy who
did not do his atint was compelled to
stand in the yard every recess for two
months. He is fourteen years old and
is compelled to make twenty-four chairs
each week. Owen, an overseer, testified
that he whipped boys with a strap "un
consciously." Rebellion Against Political Bosses.
New York Journal of Commerce.
There has been a marked rebellion all
over the land against the arrrogauce
and presumption of political bosses
and engineers. "Accept our dictation
or take the consequences" has been the
cry of those in charge of the party ma
chines. The reply has given no uncer
tain sound. Large numbers of the vo
ters have concluded to "take the conse
quences" rather than submit to this in
tolerable tyranny of party leaders. The
revolt has been general, although not
as yet universal. It has gone far enough,
however, to show the people their pow
er and to point the way to a more com
plete emancipation whenever they
choose to make the final effort.
The Stalwart Doom.
Philadelphia Times, Ind
Yesterday was the fatal day of Stal
wartism. It has long rioted in power,
widening and deepening political de
bauchery each year, but it has at last
not only been halted, but it has been
overthrown and doomed to the death
that knows no resurrection. The Em
pire State answers to the Keystone
Commonwealth, and their united and
omnipotent mandate, declared by the
sovereign power of the people in the
midst of peace and prosperity, is that
the Stalwart Boss system must die in
that dishonor that forbids future wor
shippers. A New Invention.
The Scientific American, of October
28, contained an article asking invent
ors to get up a quick and better way of
unloading and loading heavy freights.
S. T. Mickey, of Salem, claims to be the
lucky man, and has a contrivance by
which he can either load or unload saw
logs, etc., without practicing the old
fashioned method of taking off wheels.
We have seen the design, it is novel,
and fills the bill. A patent will be ap
plied for. Hurrah for North Carolina
Weak muscles and nerves, sluggishness of
thought and actlvitj, cured by Brown's Iron Bitters.
It is proposed by Mr. Tuke's commit
tee to send over 7,000 persons away from
the poorer districts of Ireland.
Forty-three lives were lost in the
Clay Cross colliery explosion on Tues
day. Spontaneous ignition of gas in an ex
hausted mine at Girardville, Pa., caused
a terrific explosion. Houses in the neigh
borhood were snattered, but nobody
was seriously hurt.
At a meeting of fifty independent
Republicans at the Revere House in
Boston, Wednesday, Gen. Butler, Governor-elect
of Massachusetts, was nom
inated for the Presidency in 1884.
At Franklin, Ky., on Tuesday, Depu
ty Sheriff Neeley was shot and mortally
wounded by a ruffian while he was
trying to arrest a man for offering to
The Hon. B. B. Bruce, register of the
treasury, and his wife almost always
attend Col. Ingersoll's Saturday even
ing receptions in Washington, where
they are welcome and popular guests.
Mr. James Gordon Bennett, who ar
rived at home Sunday, became disgust
ed with the fate of the citizens' move
ment at Tuesday's election, and sailed
for Europe Wednesday.
The dead body of an unknown stow
away was found in one of the coal
bunkers of the stearr.ship Australia
when she arrived at New York Wed
New Orleans owes a gas bill of S200,
000, which the corporation is unable to
pay. Wednesday night the gas was cut
off and the streets were left in dark
ness. An explosion at the Windsor powder
mills, Quebec, Wednesday, covered ten
acres of ground with the debris of the
buildings and machinery. Only one
man was on the premises, and he was
blown to pieces. Six tons of powder
Hon. Samuel J. Randall is returned
to Congress by the comfortable majority
of 4,873. This makes Mr. Randall's
eleventh term in Congress, during
which time his character for ability
and honesty have never been ques
tioned. The body of A. T. Simpson, of Pitts
burg, was found Wednesday morning
lying in a pool of blood on Liberty
street, in that city. It is supposed he
was murdered in a house near by and
his body thrown into the street. Three
women, the inmates of the house, have
been arrested on suspicion.
The Manhattan Elevated Railroad
company (New York city) Wednesday,
elected the following directors: Jav
Gould, Cyrus W Field, Russell Sage. R
M Gallaway, Edward AI Field, George
J Gould, Sidney Dillon, Samuel Sloan,
Jos E F Navarro, W E Conner, Geo S
Scott. John II Hall and II F Dimock.
Francis George Shaw died at Staten
Island, N Y, on Tuesday. He was one
of the earliest and most prominent con
tributors to the "underground railroad"
by which slaves were forwarded from
the South into Canada. Mr Shaw was
the father-in-law of George William
Curtis. Robert B Minturn and Gen.
Francis Barlow. His son was the first
colonel of a colored regiment.
Bossism and Hnbbellism Did It.
Baltimore American, Bepubllean.
Complete returns from the elections
in the Northern States will not be in
before to-morrow or later, yet enough
is already known to show how com
plete a defeat has befallen the Republi
can party in its strongholds. The Amer
ican has long foreseen the defeat that
has now come upon the party, and re
peatedly warned the Stalwart leaders
against the mad and reckless dictator
ship that was driving the organization
to ruin. Even before the death of the
lamented Garfield the bosses had cut
themselves loose from the sympathies
of the voters. The fight over the New
York collectorship and the fight over
the New York senatorship showed the
drift even before Garfield's death. Af
ter that came the stalwartizing of the
cabinet, the delivery of Pennsylvania to
Cameronism, the delivery of' Virginia
to Mahoneism, New Jersey toRobeson
ism, and New York to fraud and for
gery, and Delaware to Harrington of
unpleasant safe-burglary memory, and
so on. The star-route trials were a
source of deep humiliation, particularly
as one of the defendants was promi
nent in the national Republican or
ganization, the assessments by Mr. Jay
Hubbell, and the Keifer-Robeson or
ganization of the House of Representa
tivesall these deepened the disgust of
the voters for the leadership of the
party. The cup of humiliation was
An Invalid's Room ii a Church.
Did you ever hear of a church inva
lid's room V In every congregation
there are a few chronic invalids who
would gladly attend worship for at
least a portion of the service. For such
is prepared in at lea9t one church that
we know of, on one aide of the recess
in which stands the pulpit, a room,
with a window (invisible to most of
the audience) which looks directly down
on the preacher's desk. This apartment
is divided by a thick wall from the
main audience-room, and entered by a
private door. In it are tables, chairs,
lounges, and other conveniences. The
inmates may sit or stand or lie or walk,
cough when disposed, and leave the
house at their pleasure without disturb
ing the congregation. And to any
building committee with a new church
to erect let us say, Go and do ye like
wise. Information Wanted.
The Philadelphia Times says:
Information is wanted of Chester A.
Arthur, accidental President of the
United States, who was last heard from
in New York some days ago. It is
feared that he has been snowed under
by the chilly Democratic cyclone that
swept over the Empire State yesterday.
The Philadelphia bi centennial commit
tee will probably offer a liberal reward
for the strayed or stolen President.
To Mr. Jay Hubbell.
The Herald of Wednesday has the fol
lowing pertinent inquiry:
Now that the election is over, will
Mr. Hubbell kindly tell the government
clerks what he did with their money?
It seems to us that yesterday's result
might have been secured without rob
bing the poor clerks and laborers. What
did Hubbell do with all the money V Is
there to be no dividend, as it wei !
Uorolurd't Acid Phosphate in ln -briuty.
Dr C. S. ELL13. Wabash. Ind., say ; "I pro
scribed it for a man who had useu, hi uxicaius .o
excess for fifteen years, but during in 1 la-t two
years has entirely abstained. He thinks tlie Acid
Phosphate Is of much benefit to hlro."
To Promulgate lhe Train.
The way to get a thing believed by the public at
large Is to first have a truth to announce without
any doubt or suspicion as to its being the truth,
and then to keep on telling by speech and pen, by
type and figure, in every way repeating it constant
ly. Thus it was thnt when the Louisiana State
Lottery was incorporated In 1 8tt8 at New Orleans,
for charitable and educational purposes, there
was a doubt that the managers would act as fairly
as they announced, but the fact that Generals 6.
T. Beauregard, of Louisiana, and Jubal A. Karly,
of Virginia, have the sole supervision of the
drawings removes this suspicion, and it has been
proven up to the 150th monthly drawing on Nov.
1 4th, that millions have been distributed to par
ties applying to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.,
In sums ranging as high as 8100,000, and so on
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and found Hint he had bten ?. a bliuallr costive for
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"CAPITAL PHIZF, 875,000. -gg
Tickets only 85. Share In Proportion
Louisiana State Lottery Company
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
wlth a capital of 81,000.000-to which a reserve
fund of 8fi50,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitution
adopted December 2d, A. D. 1879.
..The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by
the people of any State. It never scales or post
pones. Its GRAND SINGLE NUMBER Drawings will
take place monthly.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
TO WIN A FORTUNE ELEVENTH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS K. AT NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, INOVEJIBER 14. h, 188!,
150th Monthly Drawing.
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T. BEAUKEUARD.of Louisiana, and Gen. JUBAL
A. EARLY, of Virginia, who manage all the draw
ings of this Company, both ordinary aud srml
annual, and attest the correctness of the publish
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CAPITAL PHIZE, 875,000.
100,000 Ticket at Five Dollar Each.
Fractiona, in Fifibu In Proportion.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 CAPITAL PRIZE 8 75,000
1 " " 25,000
1 " " 10.00C
2 PRIZES of 86,000 12,000
5 " 2,000 10,000
10 " 1,000 10,000
20 " 500 10,000
100 " 200 20,000
800 100 80,000
500 " 50 25,000
1000 " 25 .I 25;000
9 Approximation Prizes of 8750 86,750
9 Approximation Prizes of 600 4.500
9 Approximation Prizes of 250 2,250
1967 Prizes, amounting to 8235,500
Application for rates to clubs should only be
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For further information write clearly, giving full
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M. A. DAUPHIN,
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-POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE
In the City of Louisville, on
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, 1882.
These drawings occur monthly (Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly of Kentucky.
Tbe United States Circuit Court on Marcb 81.
rendered the following decisions:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution Com
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2d Its drawings are fair.
The Company haa now on hand a large reserve
fund. Read the list of prizes for the
1 Prize 880,000
1 Prize 10,000
1 Prize, 5,000
10 Prizes, 81,000 each 10,000
20 Prizes, 5UO eacn 10,000
100 eacn, 10,000
50 each, 10,000
20 each 12,000
10 each 10.000
9 Prizes, 8300 each, Approximation Prizes 82,700
9 Prizes, 200 " " " 1,800
9 Prizes, 100 " " " ' 900
1.960 Prtzes ...-8112,400
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Boots, Shoes, Bats, Caps, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Domestics,
ZW Call and see us; we will please you in Style, Quality and Price of (Joods,
and you will please us by buying. Truly,
L BERWANGER & BHD.,
Leading Clothiers and Tailors.
Our Patrons: The People. Our Study: Their Interest. Our Maxim: Fair Dealing.
OUR REWARD: SUCCESS.
WK Manufacture our own Men's Clothing, and therefore can sell at much lower prices than any
other house can offer the same Goods. We are now prepared to offer the largest ana best assort
ed stock of READY-MADE
In this section. ODH Furnishing Goods Department comprise the latest out, and we are confident that
for beauty and novelty will compare with any in the South. The last but not least, our Hat Depart
ment, consists of only the latest out, and finest that could be found in the market. We have taken
special pride this season to secure such Roods that cannot be found elsewhere. Our prices in each and
every department are Invariably bottom figures, and every article sold with our guarantee.
Thanking the public kindly for past favors, and soliciting a Bhare of your trade in the future,
we are Very Respectfully. T Borvcangor cfc 33ro.,
octl Leading Clothiers and Tailors.
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I NOW HAVE
The LARGEST and Prettiest Stock of
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET,
WHICH I INTEND TO SELL AT
All are invited to call and see my goods
and learn the Prices.
E M. ANDREWS,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer
in all colors. Also, a handaom
&C, ALL CHEAP.
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Smith Building, East Trade Street.
Styles ! Closest Prices !
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