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INDEPENDENT 1 1ST ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, FEBRUARY 3, 188T
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Kinston, N. C,
A if h ? rVi -Vi qtt
or Cash or on i ime,
ne IXLArS. YELU (Oroboro
,XrnX-KDUSE, (fwCT louiat)
,,J Spring Sesdcn Opens
Ut? 3TailaBoaiDC School u tfai aeeUon of the Sta:-
f U'" 10 JOSEPH K1NSEY. Principal,
jAZS. : L Granga. N"
LTules, Horses and Buggies.
:L Crargo of Fine Horses and Mules ust re-
Horse M V6eeiB te1ire at reasonable rates.
Broad Street, New Berne, N. C.
HAVE REMOVED TO THE1B
TWO STORES, SOUTH OF THEIR FORMER STAND,
.kasa of FLOUlt, SfKATS, COFFEE. sCOAB, syKFP
MOttJaJBsks. -SAJL.T. TOBACCO. SNUFF ANO CIOAt, ad
f It teat PRICES for CASH
CICHQE ALLEN & GO.
literal hardware "
rii, Barrowi, Cultivators,
"iJ: Ha and Aiet,
W4 Jffowen and lteapers,
Cotton GLna and Presses,
Fertilisers. Land Plaster, Kami t
"tfeebantes Tools and Hardware,
llin Brfek, Cement. Plaster
Balr. Paint, K also mine, Var
Uakv, Oil. O laa. Putty and 1 1 air.
PrwMn, Kefrigcrrtto rs. Oil
aja)k 8 to Tea. Eureka Burjrlar
Prof gash lxks, w irrantd to
EtT security and aatlaiWction.
" PRICES VEltY LOW.
QIW. ALtF.N CO.
M IIET1 CUOLI.H
ror BXE5E j. c.
Aa4 all tata Oravi and Haild'.ni wort n
Order will receive prompt tur.tio
JOE K. WILI. 18. Proprietor
tBamWnr vo Ooor w .Clay poo.i
Cbr. BSOAV A N D CRA V'.V St.
.V sew BKRyy.. a
O. X. Maxn la
my authorised agtii
A LARGE STOCK OF
nronosp tn cpll
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Teacher of Muuc.
Tcber of 0rino.
Tcber nf PTattiiry Dp
in Primary Xrp
Jamiary 17, 188
I.IE, a. ri'l,L STtHJK and at
mHE CiKNEKAI. AUEN'T for North Caro-
:nt will vim NKW BKKK In i lew
aajl f(r th purpoac of plrlnK The Nltlf.'jll
Mutual Lite amociaUoh of waili.L.ctOD. O
Ttiii iiaoclatloD In barked by capital, payi
kamra proa pujr and tm fa u TM oCcmirt
taadlnc bnliiMi mea of WasotBtUia. Tke
p.mm ooramenda uiU by im iiasplMtr ai
w"U aa MtnrllT, An enrnfffMe Ml nit wint
ed for .New Bern. Mill n've dril-cliei rf-ern-
A.lJrrei (iio. J. Kkiim,
Gen'l AgeDl for V C, .New Berne I'. O.
and Watikey Hw
ICa cured it home wtUi
Uewlirt mi rtlE.
B 1 WODUJT M R.
lminwlritn.JSl? MED. CO- BPTFAiAXl. t
LA 1I Km want d to
1-ure IVu nd r.
feet np rei Clabe for oar
anlrln In ie-i Tt ro ai prenunm Sen-1 ror
UUiitrAlrM I'rtoe tirwl enfiiilnni ' lit. Sp ml
O-Bmr i lo mvrry tBa pertoii thai iniwari
Hill alvertia.n)nl. we will Mid mm one
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A :!vp rnerifllf n in. u rep
u. I i pr mon h.tttJ tipfni
utri: ind par-
I'NUAKU MILVKKV .KK l"l
For ft check of fi) we will print t
ajv,-ri.aw em in Or.e Million inui
Ir.at Aiiifrlfai. . ewi p,n l "h t . i
rial1 ..I only t - flft.fi of a ruui n line
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SIMMONS & MANLY,
ATTORN KYS AT LAW
W 1 . prrUc. ; n met oDru iftri,rc.- ori
L'Qllow. CitrlriL, Pam ;lc. Lnolr mil Hv.i.
ind : Lh Ksier; l ourt ll Nw lrne
. in; in
O i- of the most important measure.-.
piif(el at the preseut session
ol (inren is the lnter-Stat Com -
merce bill. It is said to be a Heavy
blow to the great railroad corpora
tions, but doubtless before it is In
full operation, schemes will be
devised for evading it. The follow
ing m a synopsis of its provisions:
The bill as now agreed upon by
both Houses of Cougress in its first
section applies the provisions of
this act to any common carrier
engaged in the transportation of
hollv bv railroad or
partly by railroad and partly by
water when both are used, under a
commou control, management or
arrHiigemenr. through more than
one State or Territory, or from any
place in th United States to an
dj tcent foreign country. It de-
fines the term "railroad" to include
All bridges and ferries nsed and
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operated bv any rauroaa. ah
u -i r n r.--x,
dered in the transportation of pa.s-
- u n
singers or propf riy Buaii w 1 riwou
unreasonable charge for such ser
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Section 2 make it uulawful for ,
an v such common carrier to charge,
demand, collect or receive directly
or indirectly from any person or !
persons a gTeatr or le8 compensa-
tion for any service rendered in the
liana r-vv i-t atinn r T rvti aa n (TA r fT
property than it charges, demands,
!t-illctj or receives from any other
j f-er-on or persons foi doing for him,
or them, a like and contemporan-
eons srice in tbe transportation
of a like kind ol traffic under sub-
IIUL Hill niUlllttl LlltUUiiilBUltf ,
and eonditions. .
i w i, i .fi
orcuou o mmw n uuk.wiui iu.
any such common carrier to make
or eive mv nndae or Dnreasonsble i
parUcular person, company, firm. .
coruoration or locality or anv
r"1 J 1 J '
r f ram
Ul L 1 tttJL I
r.very sucn common carriex snail, ;
a.x-ordinr to heir respective pow-
era, afford all reasonable, proper
and equal facilitieJH for the inter-
cb nKe of traffic between their
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repectne lmex, and or tho receiv-'
i ti it. lorwunliui? and uetiverinsr o i
forwanllUg and delivering Ol ,
,,1-enger- aud property to and I
:r.m rhnr - ,eral liue and Uioae !
. . .
on uecr 1 1) if
herewitn and ahail not 1
i i -ei lui i na' ! in
rheir riw and :
cli.irkreH 'in-' vvtt'ii uch
line-.. Sect i, iis 4 and 5
:4 1 1 1 short haul pHliug
M-.. . -t. That it shall be unlawful
for an commou carrier, subject to
the provisions of thin act, to charge I
or receive any greater compensa
i tion fu the aggregate for the trans-
Hjrtation of paAseogera or of like
kiud of property, under eutietan
tiallv similar circumstances and
ditions, for a shorter than for a
longer distance over the same line,
in tbe same direction, the shorter
being 'ncladed within the longer
distance; but this shall not be con
strued as authoriring any common
carrier within the terms of this aet
t o charge and receive as great com
pensation for a shorter as for a
longer distance; provided, however,
that upon application to the com
mission appointed under the pro
visions of this act such common
carrier may, in special cases, alter
investigation by the commission, be
authorized to charge less for longer
than for shorter distances for the
transportation of passengers or
property, and the commission may,
from time to time, prescribe the ex
tent to "hich such designated com
mon carrier may be relieved from
the operation of this section of this
SEC. 5. That it shall be unlawful
for any common carrier, subject to
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the provisions of this act, to enter J
into any contract, agreement or i
combination with any other com-
mon carriers, for the pooling ofl'ntioo. and it was rejected yoas 16.
freights of different and corripeting
railroads, or to divide between
them the aggregate or net proceeds
I of the earnings of such railroads, or
any portion thereof; and in any
i eaae of an agreement for the pool
ing of freights as aforesaid, each
day of its continuance shall be
deemed a separate offense.
r ,k., '
M.urii i" HKva6c u
l 111 (11 1 , , 1 tVIIIUIUU 1 I Cl
je't to its provisions shall have
printed aud keep for public inspec
tion schedoles showing its rate?,
fares and charges, and in addition
to requiring the railroads to give
j them publicity at all of the depots
on their several lines it gives
authority to the commission, where
it is proper and necessary, to
require tnem to give pnolicity to
' their rates toother places beyond
' the lines of their several railroads.
It also provides that the rates, fares
and charges shall not be
except after ten days of public
notice, bat that they may be
reduced without previous public
notice. The Dotice, however, shall
tie simultaneous with the reduction
Section 7 makes it unlawlul for
,ui common carrier to enter into
any combination or agreement -to
prevent the carriage ol Ireights
irnm leiiig continuous Irom the
place ot shipment to the place of
diJ! in .it ion .
Sec' ion S drclarcs th.it any com
mon carrier violating the provisions
ot the act shall be liable to the
person or persons injured thereby
lor the full amount ol damages sus
tained m enn-equenee of any such
violation, together with a reason
able counsel or attorney's fee. The
ninth section provides that persons
claiming to have tn-en damaged by
the action of common carriers may
proceed for recovery of their dam
ages, either in the conrts of the
Tinted States or before the com
mission hereii. provided for, but
not hefore Hith tribunals. The
tenth section makes it a penal
iifiVnse to vitiate any of the
provi.sioiit. of this act. and
puts the maximum of the tine
which may ! imposed at io.CHHJ.
The eleven following sections
contain tii commission teatures of
the bill. They provide lor a com
mission to consist, of five persons.
whose term of office shall he for
six years, except for the first ap
pointments, which are to be for
two, three, four, five nod nix years.
iThe members of this commission
, t jntp.i in- the Presi
rjenr, by and with the advice oi tne
Runur. Their iinncinal oflice sni.ll
be in Washington, but they may . dnced and disposed ot aa loliows:
bold sessions at other place's than j Mr. Mclver, to alter the consti
Washington, and a single member tation of North Carolina. Judi
of the commission may take teeti-; ciary.
monv an vwhere, as may b directed ,' Mr. Broadhurst, to empower the
by the commission. These oom-' county boards of education to pnn
missiouers have salaries of i?7,500 ish contempts committed in their
each. The commission has the ' presence. Education,
power to appoint a Secretary, with; Mr. Parcel!, to prevent the spread
f .00. and to of hoer cholera.
employ and fix the compensation!
of such other employees as
find necessary to the proper per
formance oi its duties, sunjeciio
the approval of the Secretary of the
Section 22 provides t hat nothing
contained in this act shall abridge
the remedies now existing at com
mon law or by statue. Section 23
- A . . . Altui JUKI f.ii. tha rnr.
'ippruprmucB v" t-"
1 rvAdoQ nf t ant lor trm nfiittl PHr
ending June JU, lv Keetion i
r--.-t.la t li j r tl.. nriiviriinns ot
r" " ' 5 vu ,
11 iti,1 1 if thin net. re
. " ' '.,
arinf to lie ailoi ru men 1 aim.
j. : f . I. -v.nt-i r-ir-v i 1 ri ti
herein provided for, shall take
effect immediately, and tne remain-
ing provisions of this act shall taee
effect sixty days after its passage.
yDA cranky women in the t'nited 1
c- . . .: i I 1 - K a '
right of putTrage. They hsve at last
brought the Senate to a vote on the
question of submitting an amendment
to the constitution giving them the right
The following are the proceedings in
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the case, which shows that although
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the preaence of a large number of these
ic-rcea me e nate io give icem
herin, there is yet some back bone
thatc-not be -wayed
even by women:
A hirndred ox more Udiea from all
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pari ui iud wuuu , icuci iu
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; woman uurmgo muvemeui. wCi iu tuo
amie iiiry whea Mr. Blair moTed
xo wstpoae the pedinji busineaa for the i
pnrpoae of diaoaMiDg tbe proposed con-1
titutional amendmeut givicg the right
ofufftfe to women
Mr. Call, whoae resolution relating to
FU)rida wa8 ucdf.r discng.i
aion. insyde a. plea, acainat
Aa . r.iUa -.i, iiw. nmrni
tion to displace it.
Mr. George called attention to the
a : . I i r . l. ,. Kill I . U
w - -k-v
iiuuit ataXions. setliDE forth its narlia-
nneotary righu. and protesting against
any action which would push it per
I Mr. Beck reminded the Senate of the
DOUoo he gae last night of hie purpose ,
pr the railroad attorney bill today, I
and allnded to ho long postponement
of the meaaare already once passed by .
the Senate and brought back for recon
ideration. A very distinguished lady
(M iBa Anthony) had ent for him three
limes this morning, and he hud refused
to go oat because he knew he would be
unable to refuse what she would af-k.
Mr. Blair waa importunate and
backed by the inilueace of the gallery,
proved too strong for the array againut
him. Even Senators Call and Beck,
npon being brought to the iBSue, voted
against their own measure and in favor
of the ladiee. The vote was as follows:
Yeas Messrs. Beck, Blair, Bo wen.
Brown, Butler, Call, Cheney, Conger.
Cullom. Dolph, Evarts, Farwell, Frye
Hale, Hawley, Manderson
Orsron, Morrill, Palmer. Plstt, Plumb,
Ranaom, Sherman. Teller, Wilaon of
Iowa 35. Nays Messrs. Berry. Black
barn. Cookrell, Coke, George. Gibson,
Gray, McMillan, Morgan. Payne. Pugb,
Salisbury, Sawyer. Test. Walthall,
The following is the text of the pro
posed amendment: "Tbe right of citi
zens of the United States to vote shall
not be denied or abridged by tbe United
States or br a State on account of sex.
Congress shall have power, by appro
priate legislation, to enforce the provis
ions of tbe article
Senators Brown and Vest spoke I
against the woman suffrage resolution
and Senators lxilph and Klair in favor
of The latter said the real question
Jor th? n was, not whether it
favored woman surT.ra.re, but whether
u wouid C0DSeDt to 8ubmit lhe question
the Letrislatures of the several States.
The vote was tb en taken on the reso
"TeMeeaBta.r, Bowen. Cheney, Port 3 wrl"n PCll and not
Conger, Cullom, Dolph. Farwell, Hoar, m a proper shape for presentation.
Manderson. Mitchell of Oregon, Mitchell; He desired to bo allowed nntil to
of Pennsylvania. Palmer, Piatt, Sher- morrow morning to file the report,
man, Teller. WUsoa of Iowa-16 : .Mr. Pritchard withdrew his ob-
hurn Rrnwn. Cull. Cookrell. Coke. Col-
quitt. Eustio, Evarts, George. Gri-y.
Hampton, Flarriti, Hawley, Iugalls,
Jones of Nevada, McMillan. McPherson,
Mahone, Morgan, Morrill, Payne, Pofth
..;8aulBbury, bawyer. Sewell, Spooner,
Vance. Veit, Walthall, Whitthorne
Williams, Wibon of Maryland 34.
Pairs were announced between
Messrs. Chace and Ransom, Dawes and
Maxey, t.orman and Frye, Stanford
and Camden, Miller and Kenna. Butler
and Cameron and Jones of Arkansas
and Harrison. Mr. Plumb was absent
when the vote was taken, but after
wards said he would have voted aje.
How to Injure Your Tgm :i
Mistrust ita public men.
Run it down to strangers.
Qo to some other town to trade.
Liena-then your face when a "tranger
speaks: of locating in it
Do not invest a cent
out somewhere else.
Lay your money
Refuse to advertise iu your
If a man wanta to buy your property
charge him two prices.
If he wants to buy anybody else 'a in
terfere and discouraRe him.
Be particular to discredit the moves
of public spirited men.
Refue to see the merit in any scheme
that dues not directlv benefit you.
HOW TO MAKE IT PROSPER
Don't fret. Talk about it. Write
about it. Beautify the streets. Patron
ize tho merchants. Be friendly to
everybody. Elect pood men to all
offices. Don't grumble about hard
timec Keep your sidewalks in good
repair. Avoid jjnssip about your neigh
bors. Do your trading with your home
merchants. Nell all you can and buy
all yuu can at home. If you are rich,
invest something: employ somebody,
be a "rustler."' Remember that every
dollar invested in permanent improve
ment is so much on imprest. Be cour
1 teous to strangers ihat come among y ou .
so that they go away w ith good impres
sions. Always cheer on the men who
go in for improvements; your position
of the case will be nothing but what is
just. Don't kick at any proposed im
provement because it is not at your
.a a.- n .1 ri r nr f.ir f..ur i-inirOiv-.a ill I ...
, raiscd ,iftj. ce.-if,,,,, .
Hnn. fleo. B. Pickett, one of the
mml prominent citiiens of Wise county.
Texas, has presented a memorial to the
Teia.s Iegisla'.ure setting forth the fact
that there are 2 ooo destitute people in
that county, on :cv -unt . f th." gr--.it
drouth of 1 -:G.
,Oon1"reeJ ;from tkce Newi ft Obgtrver.
THt GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
January 2o, 1S87.
Senate was called to order
f Dy rresiueni oieumau auiu cioc.
Bills and resolutions were intro -
Mr. Gnftin, to prevent prelerence
cn i-reiiiioin in iw.'iLuuicum, on-
Mr. Arthur, to allow swine to
run at large in the stock or no fence
district in the counties of Greene
and Lenoir frcm November 1st to
arch loth, after enactment,
Propositions and grievances.
bl'i-.l 1AL UUDHK.
A bill on its second reading to
i - o r - v. f
raise the salaries of superior court
' , , . .t . .1
luages, and 10 prevent tueui aim
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supreme court juuges 11011. .-
,.t, r,. c.nJ n,inr .,t
, ' .
i 8nm f a00 bo aHowed each st
, rjor conrt iujge payable nuarterlv,
i for travPiiinfir expenses.
M Williams, of Pitt, spoke
against this bill. lie thought there
were no judges in North Carolina
wno could be bribed by a railroad
Mr. Williams, of Davidson, made
a motion that the whole bill be
BILLS ON THE IE THIIiD HEADING.
A bill to prevent the buying and
selling of futures.
Mr. Warren took the
that the bill was unnecessary
isiacion, aa it was Bimpiy ueoiauii-1
tory of the law as it now exists. ,
That it could not ; be enforced for,
the reason that the contract are ;
executed beyond the state; and that
V. 1A, 1 ; nAnf.n.ifna rvnt-arnfl
tuo ica iii tt anuo ftw ulu. ,
. , . . ,
mat it made tne contract aepena
for it. validity upon a matter hap-
penmg perhaps twelve months ,
after its execution, to-wit: the
delivery of the subject matter of
the contract. -
Mr. Alexander said that onr cot-
ton mills were sometimes unawe to ,
buy t he cotton, so they purchased i
f . . , . . , , 1. . , . . C V, ,i
ton mills were sometimes unable to
iului er. iu im- umouuLut uai uuoj'
ilr. Williams, ol rut, said ne
thought the bill was on the side of
'mnralitv and ritrht.
.Mr. ( lark moved that it Pe made ,
;l spt-fial order
,4t j., ojjj
ft,r- 1 oa alle!
tor luesday next, :
1 for the previous
Oliest OH Carried ;
que,suuu. vaineu. ,
The bill passed its third reading,
llie Senate adjourned.
The House was called to order at
1 1 o'clock by Speaker Webster.
Prayer by Bev. Levi Branson.
TVPTinnTti-iTrnv at? TJTTTTTriV c
Petitions from Craven and Wake i
counties relating to the stock law.
Propositions and grievances.
Mr. Lane, petition from citizens
0f (jraven county, to prohibt the
sale ofspirituous liquors within two
miles of Barnwell church. Propo
sitions and grievances.
The committee on privileges and
elections reported that in the con
tested case of Hussey vs. Lane,
from Craven county, they found
that J. E. Hussey had received a
majority of the votes cast, was
daly elected and entitled to his
Mr. Crawford, of Haywood, gave
notice mat a minority repon irom
the committee would be submitted
Mr. Pritchard objected to giving
the committee until tomorrow to
submit their minority report, as
that report was ready and before
the committee yesterday.
Mr McMillan H:iiil that thf re
allowed until tomorrow to make a
The judiciary committee reported
favorably on the bill to amend sec
tion L.so' of the Code, relating to
drawing jurors in Craven count'.
The committee on corporations
reported favorably on the following
To amend an act to incorporate
tne town oi Deauiort: to incorporate Richmond and Danville Railroad until
the Beaufort High School Associa- the matter had come before the Legisla
tion, ture. This went on the calendar.
iMRniti'i'TiriN ok tut T s The -)oint -"'nmittee reported that
INTROIH T ON lili.Ls. Josephua Daniels had been chosen Pub
Mr. Snell, bill to aathonze the lic printer at a meeting last evening
commissioners of Washington and had duly qualified, giving bond.
conntv to lew a special tax. C'al-
Mr. McMillan, bill to repeal sec
tion 1790 of the Code, relating to
crop lien law. Agriculture.
Mr. King, bill to amend section
217 of the Code, relating to public
roads. Kailroads, postroads and
Mr. Lane, bill to prohibit the sale
of liquors within two miles of Barn
well church, Craven county. Prop
ositions and grievances.
Mr. Doughton, bill for the relief
of widows of Confederate soldiers,
who died Irom sickness m the war.
Mr. Watson, of H.vdo, bill to
amend chapter 71. laws 1SS5, re
lating to dredging
T'ic hour lor the
having arrived. II .
be entitled ".in act
I!. 17, a bill to
to repeal the
present system ot
meut and restore to the people tin
right of local -elf government.
was t aken up.
Mr. I'ritchard .-end lorwaid an
amendment as a substitute. This
amendment included sections 71'i
and 717 of the Code, a- well as
sections -1-. -l'J and sl.'(I, a- ill the
Mr. 1'iiinix said that this was a
great State, but needed more peo
ple and capital, that immigrants
were going to all the States except
North Carolina, we boasted of being
free when the people have not their
lights and the State is losing conti
deuce, all due to tlie Democratic
administration. He allnded to the
present system as the "Tory sys -
fm f mrarnmont'l T,c nana
demanded the repeal of this system,
Mr. Holt took it for granted
t, ,,. ii
the Republicans would vote for this
bill and the Democrats against it:
' tn.it tne debt oi tne state put upon
if. Uv onnhiMn rn o wna vrhat
deterred 'caoifil and immigration
deterred capital ana immigration
from coming toNortn Caiolina, and
not the question of government,
We hear of iu. . ration, and cap-
ital in large amounts going to
-,0- n I- u u
12j, allot which
bonds are worth
is due to the Democratic adminis-
tration. The svstem of county
government does not anect via-
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going i; i quesuou oi
"-Negro. rie was opposed to
negroes ruling over white people,
tor that was never intended.
."Mr. Pritchard said that one of
the greatest leaders ot the JJemo-
cratic party had voted for these
snpr'i:i1 tav bonds, i he alluded to
special tax bonds, (,ne alluded to
-,- T'l.r.i.j.. T t-v.r,.
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vjut . i uuuinn tj tmi wo . aim ucii i - i T - -
r,,ArIil ,V Htt-mifinn i immint.n t 1 terms of Mr. Pritehard's officiousness . fd the Democratic party for not arreat
George . Swepson, .t prominent Ullfai rness before the committee , Littlefield, but here Mr. Overman
them. Thomas Jell'erson was
tlie father of the original Democratic
.rnrnmon. ,,. - t n, nrP.nt
f" . ,
SVRTtMl . :i It 1 I 11.11 (' Llt'N 11(1 W
unoer iemociauc rmo eie issuing j Mr York at this point called the pre
scrip worth only jO cents on the ' vions qnestiemf. The call was sustained,
dollar, which equalled the St;ite of The resolution of Mr. Hayes, that the
affairs when the eastern counties minority report be adopted, that Lane
n-o.Q o.,;.i tn i,n nn.iAr t a , , i,l i n be entitled to the seat, came up. The
n CI C OiVIVi V. V w iiuuvv ini.i'uuin,ii
plunder role. The Democrats have
the appointment of poll holders,
and they appoint the smartest ' Fries. Hampton, Holman, Bull, Holt, JmPr lne counties named yesterday . 0n of Donegal. MKGMrYyftnitslgr
Democrats and the most ignorant I-eazar, McClttxe, . Paona,. Sutton, om the ' P"nof biii; 3y a Toteof Conservative, will 6pioae him. ' ' -npn-r,.
i,, or.lr tl.t fhn whif-p and Worth voted with the noes. l?1,1? 0 the Houae rnest yoted dwn . ,; i in ifTW
negroes m ordei that the white, . inAolaninehiB vote.said Holt's amendment to except any.coun- ' Tfense hotfsaWdflfflinerTa 'XVdlre.
men could manipulate tne negroes.
in auuuuu v v tut. vuhiilivu 111
Craven county, saying that there
had been appointed there two
coalitionists and two Democrats as
poll-hoiders. Also to the Demo-,
leg-.crats ol" Warren county paying
. " . '
attorneys Kes to come nere ana
lobbv against certain measures,
which 4uaed any expenditure
ever made by the Kepubl.eans of
J.8Q8. He then read a part of
IT ' . . . . 1 -.. t
;iui:o a a ee.u ti dubluu .
. . . . ...
Mr. Haves ottered the toilowintr
amendment: '-Provided that this
act shall not go into effect until
after the republican party has ful-
filled its oft repeated promises to
give everT negro forty acres and a
Mr. Turner said he thought it an
outrage on the peoplo of the State
. . . . i 1 1 l . . .1 .
mat iney were not unoweu to eiect
tueir maciscrates ana county com-,
nnssioners and was ready to aid in ,
the enactment of laws that are ,
,l,m.(i.,,i i.r tl,.. f t h
Mr. Lindsay, ind., said as he be j
lonsred to that uncertain element
he thought it right to say a word, i
It waa i Kfrnno-n idoa that fhp
u waa a strange idea mac tne .
clamor has arisen that the people
were demanding more liberty and
: freedom, wheu under the first form
; of government after the adoption
of the first constitution both the
magistrates and the judges were
elected by the legislature. The ,
i system worked well
and was the i
!w for a great DUmber. of years.
I Now the modern philosiphers have j
just lound out that the great need j all matters relative to creation ox a ran
is more liberty, aud that a change, i waT commission; bill giving magistrates
no matter how it is brought about, slnS
is reformation. They should re-iin aato!7.
member that an officer elected by,
the neonle does not always make
an hnnpst ml 1:1 inist ra t ion nf t hp
,lr. button Sent lorwaril tlie lOl- ,
lowing amendments as a substitute:
"That the whole matter be referred
to the committee on Southern Out-,
.r t . i ,
Mr. Lane objected to the Craven
county case being brought into the
matter; thought it unkind aud
ni,nni.i - nn;.i.,,i
nuuum uui uo wuomcicu.
M ,, i: i . i ,i . i
r. Wells did not think that so
many speeches could change a Sin-
gle vote, and went on to tell of the
workings of "this Torv system7' in 1
Buncombe county, which did not
meet the approval of the people.
Pending discussion the House
ad journed until 11 o'clock to day.
Rai.eu.h, Jan. 2G, 1SS7.
In the Senate today a repolution was
introduced to raise special committee
on railway commission. Among bills
introduced was one lo incorporate the
North Carolina society for prevention of
cruelty to animals: bill to regulate ap
peals from decision of county commis
sionerB was made special order for next
Wednesday, as also bill to so amend
constitution as to exempt new indus
tries from taxation for five years. Bill
to allow commissioners of Hyde county
to levy special tax passed final reading.
The House today received a resolu
tion introduced by Mr. Sutton, protest
ing against any extension of tbe lease
of the North Carolina Railroad and the
etc. He goes into office February CI
Among thp bills introduced in the
House were: To appropriate S7.000 for
rebuilding the quarantine hospital,
wharf, etc., at Price's creek, Bruns
wick county: to prevent the spread ol
hog cholera: to prohibit the placing of
fish traps in Neusp river: to protect fish
in Johnson county : to authorise Cleve
land county to levy a special tax: to re
duce the fee- f r marriage licenses, to
suspend the statute of limitations in
The House took
ciuestion the matter
as a privilege
f the coDtest of
John K. Hussey for the seat of V . li
Lane. The report of the majority of
the commitue on pri ileges and elec
tions, in favor of Hussry. was read, as
was also that of the minority of the
committee, which is in favor of Lane.
These reports were very lengthy. They
went fully into details of the election
of tin- canvass of th.' v. -to. et . That of
the 1 1 1 : i j rity a-s-rted that there was no
intimidation, while the other report
said that there was intimidation and
threats. Mr. li ivt - , :;Vr.-J a resolution
that the report of the minority be
ad' pred. lie sp-ke very ably in favor
of hiJ resou:ion and laid bare a irreat
many facts as lo tic election, stating
that m one l .-x the v..te . at i rijus
sev ill l-s4 wi lo ut-d again
An iii.nien-c mass of i i 1- i.ee wa-
com m i :
1. s, m
each part of the
ate of this, particularly
imoiiy "f Matthews, a witness,
i.i as part of Mr. Have" remarks.
ab t- ' -t ea
report . f ;h
charge 1 the
w ith the gri
the people i
p-.sed to th..
1 em -e rat-I-lM.
k 1. iif an h
h..r.l K- p. .b-fer.-b 1 the
i- in,; ray I'umn.H'.ie. He
c-tuv.i-i:ig b- ar l of ("raven
sse-t frauds. He eai-.i that
if i raven "er- plainly up
i o iliti..u .-. -heme which the
aiel sunie diseruntled Re
: ,.1 - ti o p t. - fc:-". ttp-n
'them. He said the statements of the
; minority that there was intimidation
t wern ahanrrlnnrl ha VipnnnH rirliVula
i Pn be- He was also severe upon ,
tbe committee. He Baid the mtimida-1
tion claim was only a flimsy pretext,
which rcmld not bo sustained. He said '
: m naa ,iouu m nis nanas to ce
, m ouyinir up votes mayor aieaa-
ows had Paid a neKr0 ex-convict S3 to : oue. He took violent grounds against
go out and get voteg He had Bpent,the present system, bat at the
another S3, and the rest went back in ! end of his speech was, utterly
his pocket and he got credit for buying discomfited by a question by
'. a great man. "If any man was guilty ! Co1- Holt 818 whether he had not,
of intimidation at James City it was i fouf years ago, left the epublxcan
11113 111:111 xueauowH, saiu rruciiaru,
"for he had told an old negro that Dr.
, Shackelford was a U. S. d eteotive. "
He said the story about pulpit threats
was all a falsehood, and finally declared
tnai ine soie purpose oi tne coalitionists
in this entire matter was to thwart the
will of the people.
, Mr, Hiyes, in reply to the denials of
( intimidation made by Mr. Pritchard,
brought out some additional evidence,
! to the effect that it was the custom of
James City ,Pple to use such in-
; chased Judge Clark into the river'and !
j into water np to his neck, their anger i
havint? been aroused bv his atteniDtine !
( having been aroused by his attempting (
tn HTinlr. Mr. T-Tft-rpB nnnVfl in flfivprA
I . i... tt 1
Hnri nU riiamo-ard nf the PvidncB Hnrl
i of the attorneys. Mayor Meadows' '
evidence was again read, bearing on
' the noint
that negro women ruled at-
,. - .r
. - " 1
. - j
ayes and noes were demanded and
taken. The result was ayes 28, noes 77.
of the Democrats, Doughton, Felton.'
. thftt though a mamberof thecommittee
ne Daa not signea eitner report, lie .
thought the cdrnm'ittee should have '
censured the board of canvassers fpr ,
ineir maaner ui u iiii , jiesiug l i n- rtjLuru. -
Mr. Macon said he was a Democrat, t
. i lV,rf i lb h. i, ,w it ;
t neither: Lane nor Huseey sit upon the
. iioor. He .denounced tne use ot tne
Sl.SOO as a campaign fund. 1 i
, said thaUhe evidence of intimidation ,
l lT . . -. . . i i 1
, at James Lity was ciear to mm, aou ne
!.. , - . , ...
i tnererore votea ror tne resolution.
j SXSLtS lUtaHon
( at thrtwionict
j Hr. SnQton said, put it. as one would,
.the result was not against Hussey. He
, wanted to vote to put down every fraud
nr chicntiPrv i
Mr Snrratf nslid o he ercuRod from
, Bg. dsd Mt- 6maS (the latter j
, frora DurelT personal reasons, he said), i
h J . 1 ., , , .
Mr. worth saia ne always tacea a
question, ne was opposed iu iwddi-
caiuies. inougn iEei.a8 ev,Ueuce ux
9ho.w that tbe .!!"ulTt 0.aW . u.anA : 1
so fares regards Lane, if the votes ,
were thrown oat which could by any i
fairness be thrown out. ue tueretore
voted no. 1
Mr. Beeion who at nret vowa ;
rom votinr. I
The report of the majority, that Mr.
Hussey was entitled to the seat, was
then put and carried. He was at once 1
sworn in. j
At 2 o'clock the House adjourned.
Ealeigu, Jan. 27. 18ST.
In Senate today principal bills intro-
! rtnrprl wpm M Terta hrmipt,Pftd law.
n -a 0Dan(.ti
lin legialatnre; resolution was passed
raising joint committee to consider
Seeakmof House was very interesting
, Among nunaerojis bills introduced fol-
lowing were of interest: To prevent sale
of lottery tickets in this State: to ihcor-
porate Central and Northwestern Kail-
rVimnanv : tn nrevent clerk of su-
I periot court from practicing lawor
, drafting legal papers; to incorporate
new county to be known asBadKer.
Senate bill to repeal section 1066 of
Code in regard to freight discrimina-
tion- passage of bit! -was tirged by
Holt, and Overman offered a substitute,
, Ewart said the bill had been hurried
thrniifh the Senate and that attemDt
- . , iL ,
was Deine maae lo rusn n inrouga me
UouBe- BOTOrman:fl Eub8titute wa8
adopted with amendment that shall rot
apply to suits instituted prior to date of
decision of the supreme court, and also
that principle shall be applied to large
unuiiii ui -' "
House took up bill to repeal county
governmont. and there was another
heated dtscussion. - - -
Shaw (Dem.) opened ty attacking
tne bill, an4 was ioiiowea dv vv imams
colored Republican, who defended the
bill and attacked the Democrats for
their course towards negroes.
Ewart, Republican, offered amend
ment to except from provisions of bill
the counties of Bertie, Caswell, Chow
an, Craven. Edgecombe, Granville.
Greene. Halifax, Hertford. Jones. Pas
quotank, Pender, New Hanover and
Northampton, all of which bavo negro
majorities. Ewart said he did this to
test the sinoerity of the statement of
the Democrats that the cause of the.t:
opposition to the bill was that it would
give negroes control of the above
Overman replied in a withering
speech in which he denounced Repub
licans. He said he was about to offer
the same amendment Ewart had of
fered and said that the Democrat
would vote for it. put Republicans on
record and would then vote down bill.
At this point House adjourned.
Kai.KI-.h. Jan. 3, 1 --7.
A resolution was otlered to raise a
joint select committee to prepare a bill
for the establishment of savings banks
and strongly urging the establishment
of 6uch banks, as needed by the people.
Among the bills introduced were the
following: To establish a bureau of
labor statistics: to incorporate the East
Carolina Railway and Land Company :
to define tho untie- c 1 clerks of
The bill to change the name of the
town of Shot' Htel to M is ton passed it
The House took up the count;, gov
Mr. Oakley. Republican. :Teie-d an
amendment requiring county commis
sioners to give bond in 82.300 each, for
the honest p-.-rformance of their duties.
Mr. Oakley said the; people demand.- :
the repeal of the law.
Mr. Pritchard. Rej uMi.'an. ma le an
other long speech, in which he violent
ly attacked the present Li w. declaring
that the statements made by Democrat
that they only oppc-cd the bill because
it woc.l 1 place eastern o'i:u;i - ur. 1r-r
negro rule, were false in fact and th o
the real reason was that th y wmutrd
to keep political contrwl of the ta:c.
Pritchard was very abusive.
Mr. Holt said the rpip.-ti'n was n, of
political ecnnomv rnthr than of true
politics. He accused the Republicans
of being apt to change their vote on
this ouestion. They had introUuced all
-ort of amendments He felt sure,
from tlie appearance of things n day.
that negro uifmtvrs had kick-d it: :-i-t
night's caucus against Kwart" am'-n.i-ment
that the bill -hall not npplv to
negro counties. He made a pow iiui
showing of radical misrule. Jiei.iTt.-red
an amendment providing that when it
j that a '"tintv ha n tn cro nn-
2OIli7 then it shall be excepted from;
! the provtsiona of the bill. He said-he
I did this to put the Republicans On rec ;
ord. He did not think it coutitatlon-.
WOuld Pp08e ' and the bl"
Mr- Brogden made a long speech,
reading it all from manuscript. It was
r.'"-1"7 J' "t".
... t yj v -
i -J .--
' mending the county government law.
I Mr, Brogden said he was not hereto
defend his past record.
. Mr. Parsons, Democrat, spoke aWy
' c"" ojoiuj,
Dalu rBUlouJr lor uiuiiunesiy on me i
part of county commissioners was their
removal. People were sometimes dis-
satisfied, but it was with individual
commissioners and not with the law.
Mr. Macon said it was a plain ques-
tion. The people-demanded the repeal
of the system. !
Mr. Ewart said that once there was a
Republican party of fraud, but now it
was a party of pure men, the
00 tt '
eaual of ftn-B- nart-tr. TTa tt,rh
'demolished him by showing that the
fw-ure of Gov. Vance to .get Littlefield
was . because a Kepublican Judge in
; o ivciiuuiu,u uuvcruui m
New Jersey had refused to give him
and attacked the bill
rmnix made the closing speech m j
favnr nf Kill PT ovf n.il0..''
At 2:0 the previous question wasj
taiuea. nouse py a vote oi iuu to
VrtaA 4nnrM TP J . i,
vted down Ewart's amendment to ex-1
ties in which census showed there was i
.pi. ' - J J '
Tb? Ho.n8e then came to Vote-! 'on
f"tcKhf l"b""uie OTf "flf bH1'
i . 7 -- .
mas tuauajaa. yatmun
second raadine by same vote. 54 to 52.
amidst tremendous applause on the
, , ,, v. .., iJiitj,.
,7, i, , "J 'VU"J;
pf,ul5f?U' k 1?r
Hu8Bej w&B paired , with KeU of
Mscklerburg, but he denied this and
tnnfltyri 1 Tinrl lofl- iha mtv loaf -n IrrV, .
MnaatiTT vnlafl . , ,
(Rep.) m regard to allusions which the
latter made to Meadows in & speech
; Tuesday1. Pritchard disclaimed any
intention or renewing uponaieadows
nonor or nonesiy, ano so tne matter
Investigation of Clark-Green, case is
in progress this afternoon before com-
rt- .ll 1 1 ..- 1.
ji.iicKoo ouu wuctwiib. n.
- -v v,iWu6u tum
T f K. . '
In Senate today among bills intro-
dnced wee the following: To amend
Code in regard to homestead; to prevent
catching mullets in purse seines . in
Carteret county; bill giving magistrates
jurisdicHtm of offence of carryini. boa-
ctjoiou nrapuii nai mint idiuuii w
dirt that tn inanrt h nitand ) nnu
yesterday in place section ,J.66 of Code
regarding freight discriminations; bill
to prohibit the hiring out or farming of
convicts and to provide fOT their em-
ployment on- public buiMIng-or' public
road was defeated on second " reading
on tie vote, president casting deciding
An addition to the mJpuiatiotiof Stone-1
wall last Sunday; the addition-was'to
the family of Jno. W. Brabble: a fine
boy. . , ,,
Mr. S. O. Roberts and lady were on
a visit to F. f Cherry from Saturday
"William Cahoon and Sarah Banks
were married on last Sunday, Eider
-Holton officiating. .
After a painful and prolonged suffer
ing Mr. Win. -Grubbs died in Bayboro
at 1 o'clock 25th inst.
Lender the direction of Thoa. MiUer,
Eli ja Lane is about completing the
wharf and warehouse for the use of the
Mack, the little son of D. B. Hooker,
is gaining his strength from a severe
foi, TI -wo
utiL...u.R. ic.ci. "
been severely ill.
Miss Rena Sparrow and Misa Annie
Snell, of Beaufort county, spent the
latter part of last week on a. visit to
Mrs. F. F. Cherry, of this place.
Lena, aaugncer oi uenj. MCiJOtter,
and Roea, daughter of Jas. T. Lincoln,
have been eent by tbeir parents to
jOBeph Kinsey's school at La Grange,
Rather bad fox a Stonewall chap; ins
visits t0 the now ditch wili not oe 80
frequent as they have been.
Some few days since Jno. A. Johnson
Ioit or had stolen from him his pocket
book containing S205 dollars, and sus
picioning Simon Jones, col., got a war
rant and had him arrested and ordered
to trial on tho 20th inst. before W. T.
Mayo, J. P., on Bay creek, and the
party assembled and before the trial,
which did not take place, being post
poned to a future day for some cause
which is unknown to me, Jas. T. Lin
coln assaulted Johnson and bruised him
pretty badly, and then the party started
to return to Bayboro, making; a halt at
Cash Corner, where Charles Whitehead,
of Aurora, took a turn and added con
siderable to Johnson's bruises, aad
Johnson says if it had not been for W.
T. Caho and Sheriff Dawson it would
have been the last of him.
Devoured Dy Wolves,
Manistique, Mich., Jan. 25. Joseph
Armstrong and Frank Holmes, of Pent
water, were hunting near here Satur
day, when Holmes cut his leg, and
Armstrong fearing that he would bleed
to death, left him and went in search of
medical aid. When he returned two
hours later, he found nothing but some
bloody bones and pieces of clothing and
the carcasses of five wolves which !
Holmes had killed in his struggle for i
life. Wolves have been
numerous and bold in the npper penin
sular this season.
- "You can get a pretty fair idea of the
The Inter-State Commerce Bill. heat of the fight m tbe Indiana" LVgla.
Tasiiisutos. Jan. 20.-A letter waa Ut where the parties- nra' rMHy
todav sent to President Cleveland bv ' . ,. , ,,
the national legislative committee o"f , evenly divided, said a gentkimafroa
the Knights cf Labor asking him to , Indianapolia in Chicago last, waefc, ft'hr
veto the inter-State commerce bill. te fact that when some ol the tAaaeinj
They claim to represent over 5,oe0,00, bl en there heard that two OernQoraUp
or nearly one-tenth of the whole people 1 ' . - . ' fl
in the United States. Their objections j members of the .Illinois House ad
to the bill are: first, the commission died, one of them said: "The WrAtnT
clause: secoad. the arbitrary po.ver cans of Indiana never ha-f any-4'11
conferred upon the commission; third, ! luck as that.' I verily belUvAthat.iL
the exclusive jurisdiction given to the i
federal courts to hear and determine ,
auses arising under the act; fourtn.
the acknowledged uncertainty as to the
meaning cf nearly all of the provisions
of the measure.
A Short Bill.
Ti.e shortest bill ever introduced in
the Maine Legislature, or in any other,
perhaps, was presented last Thursday
as follows: "Sec. 1. The dog is hereby
declared to be a domestic animal. Sec.
'0. This act shall take effect when ap
proved. This is not a Maine joke, but
an act aiTecting every dog in tbe State.
It is the affirmation of a fact which has
been called in question by Maine law .
courts It is understood that this bill
.- nurotiuced to avenge the loss of a
d. n-hed tlog, because under existing
Maine law the th it i could not be con-
vi t'.d "! larceny.
A citizen of ChtcagfJ Hamden by
name wanta to be one of ;fifty Men to
adopt kneebreecha tor oonanfcarfr. :
The other forty -nine bngAftok. tr ','
Got- Boss, ot Texas, ntommwiAl&t
the conspiracy laws, which hire ieea
. 'V'. ' d i " 1 ' .--
id, against labor boycota ahallb
The numerous admirers of a Jfoalan
dinner. It consisted of three eohl'fca
The' khfgan ?fiou.e aL
passed Mr. Ogg'a bltf,' r6hi&Kt,&
importation of PlnkrttW-' 6IW8)nVo
the State, an4 torbiddiag (feurtraceUnfaa
officera within theBtat. 161 d udm
, ., . ' '
Pweidenijiae ert.f tWnRa te
j, the, agination, pjCBWBa je,yiapf
1 Pennsylvania, to hn'rvminl .-' f.X.r..
an1 Th:; R TTiflfWr.
of Legation lior M eile'd. --',t
.. . 1 m.- 1 i '.; i til t .1ntl'
aritien- uabinet COnnciT yim held at
Windsor, Tuesday, at which the An
approved ' the speech5 to oe cjeliye
from the throne' oil the' 'rWfflnirtJf,lltr-
liattent, .'-t.ltu9 mM
A 5ollisiorr between-'frelgri trarlijrf n
roan ,,ueaaaj, wrecked, ttvojwoijctatta
and a large., Wisj.eMs.,
'.r" , .- .l . mimh
b : rT ' V1 '
, owui. jucixeii. ine JJCisn, writer and i
:b..,.. ' . .. KrWI t Afmyffa '
a 1 Protstant, has .been nominated bjihe
aj! NatSonaTistii to hteei lacTnWi
Irarnntary'seat in tn'lffieVi?CMa-'
Seothttid, Sbbtli'tt hiiTeB!foijilfib1r
havoitrOck for a4 itireWhgt4ailic
-day in tlwrmgesi tm mumA
that all , the; Scot , pJliaf je, wuMm-
reception, being repeatedly cheered all
along" the iroifte" tfottt' t&C8eV8t6U''':
xeaMenoe. 1 1 u"" " tm .
! sOffleert 'of the Old'Donttiftofi1 tefeain.
ahipCtorarpanyeiiy th t 4tt ftWtMl'
directly, jfitJOiffxik. anAOfi'
men with faWtfa&it&f "
The hard coal handlers at ITe Xprk'
have been defeated, and their'etrikee
virtually'oyer. Men have been pat I
ifrork lii iheti' 'liceB Ubd iVbelet
tere. The' twftSY6daIH&en,1l(iLf
went out on Monday, bd noriai-
ions to stay out i -j '!' tvA-i tm
The Lynn and Boeton Horw Baflw4y
mpany. baa ccede4i to.th aestf
ite drivers and ,con4p9tqrf ttp $ffi$r
hours making 1 jbora thVi'gnd
13 the average at' a day's work, o
Another severe railroad wreck .oc
curred hear TifnnVd T'needayV1 Tn
entire iJastftngtjr' triln'elnWiwV
(rona the track 4y arlefteett kVtta
fireman alone waa kiUadahwotkerataa
, The stadente at .Tales ,6mdum
selves unable to go as.fljm.aa tbacegp
lar course prescrib.baTonned tm
amateur dramatic company, withJoha
RdgersVfr.,' AnaiKegfnold ttLHr&mk
rison, both bfXew York.as'aUlrM
A Paris correepondent''8ay'ir1lniUTdii
is a true Bt0TyrA little B re-year-old
daughter of Ameiican pa0Mi -tiMbed
on her fathei;'a kneBB aad hakedlilaato
.tell beta grea.gjwat ecrt. VJSqll
born in Parur." 1 Oh,: what a .pice
B'ret! cVfed','ftie "(Mi gi'r'l.',Sr2
mKmmaknhw?'' ;H 'i.wi w6
Senator-elect tocWbridge.Vrom lcn
igan, spent a teool $00,000 efl'Ws'Wn
maKoo asanaion- (3hoi(ly after lit WrAitt
pletion ha obaerFed ta a friendUaCtle
one additional tbig4 needed. ,.ppg p
parrot to sit over the front, dop m&
greet him every day with 'the remark,
"Here comes that fcr agak ' J
The Charleston ATir ! and Cowoli'
serves: "TnenCh' propers Kir togarih
cotton because ifr can make cettWlnVb'Je
Cheaply than ian bet nmdt iBtlAdM.
It prospers in iron bfxwi, 4tm,Mfi
iron as cheaply as.it can, be PfftfVf.ff
England. Its prcerity,a.c denrj- '
ent on the tariff. " ,
The Shelby ville (Ind , JDemoerat
favors Dayid B. Hill's nomination, for
the presidency in 1888 on the ground
that he is "a fuil-blcded,' r6lr4rJb,
JackBonian Democrat, a) dislie'lieief lti
civil service reform, a to wt oTtvtttijth
against mugwump. peuuttiogBiktffcf
faithful dispenser of rewards ,f or. pay
"I don't. care!" excJairrd th,e jjoung
woman behind the counter, when ah
heard of the marriage of an acrjna
ance to a rich codger old eattgli-tdlM
her father: "they rlneer atifl'benae
I am a ealealady, but nther-u(i
saleslady tMn a. lady that iadwjlhf
j Boston Transcript is, entile erd
; for this, but it is good for any latitude.
1 T . m ittk
Lord Brassey writes in the ftineteenth
Century: "Turning' lfrompoiii:c&
bnsiness, an impreBsion prevaiB'
there is mere alMrp'praetidai3tt)a4fe
United States tha in otherMiaA
In England there are n' w,,fH"fl fofrPf
who would J&z6-&ax&uLaj&jDL the un-
wary. Dishonest menonly auccaad. in
ni n r I r-u an lnno. no Ihov or. nf rminrl
..- '." (!-
- . t I AO 1
member of the Hoosier Legislature
should die tonight the party "wMoi.
would thus gain aq advantage fakl
fire cannons and get drunk."
tt - !
A Massachusetts man, just back irom
the West, said the other day: ""I h'a've
been astounded in going1 fhrobgrr : ttrfe
western country to note the rHmarkttMh
stage of improvement which tiiey-a
attained. If you get off the oacflM)?
town of 3,000 or 5,000 inhabitsjrjtapr
larger you will find yourself in the
midst of a civilization that is 'eofvlaT t
any of tbe great oltieeof the as iilTev
find electric lights, perfeot, telephep
and telegraph district fnetterigef ' ser
vice, modern irn prove rn eats i Si SsieaaaAr
of sanitary drainage, Street arsA &fifx
public buildings and perfect fire fcer-
vice. Thev'ie way ahead ot'KenCug,-
land towns."' ,( w