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Trii -2 Care Skmwai. Weakxis,
Slkvih I'coturr, from YoatMnl Iiirre
iWatr Kxco. prolKtox Exhausted Vital
triwi of ilaahooL Tola rem eU b un
evi:4 la the cam of these complaint. J t Is
pwrfal niacin to tho weakened Nervous
"j:ut. m-.ni Na'.ure to reaow tho ftrength
- 1 ut of the leMUUtoi orgaas anI effecU
a radical care. Irlc4(l.
jeciac No. 4 ;iTesttMt ant relief and per
UAcent!T rurca UhcunmUm. 1'rlco f i.
liij No. 6 A positive enro for all weak
aev roaaoa to fcsiitea. Prtco f 1.
Sn t .y Dra.4t4 or cent on receipt of prlc
SEND OU ClUCULAU.
taxi 21 Ij-llw crm . .
"All your own fault
It yoa remain sick when you can .
He: hep bitters that never Fail
Tfco weakest woman, smallest child,
isil ."ckes: iavalid can uso hop bitters
w:a safety and great good.
Old raca tottering around from
RicuaittUtn. kidney trouble or any
weakneu will bo almost now by using-
My wife and diu2htcr were mado
btiltby by tho use of hop bitters and I
recommend them to ray people. Mcth
Ask any good doctor if hop
B;t:ers aro cot tho bestfaaiily mcdicint
On eanh. - -
Malarial fetor. Ague and Billous
ccas. wi'd lcarc every neighborhood as
saoa as hop titters arriro.
My mother drove tho paralysis
taj neuralgia all out of her system
with hop bittors- Ed, Oswego Sun.
Keep tho kidneys healthy with bop
b:ttrs andyou need not fear sickness.
Ice water is rendered harmless and
raoro refrcshinr and reviving with bop
b:ttrrs i a each draught,
Tho vigor f youth for tho aged and
isSrm in hop bitters. Imd&w.
Sash, Doore, Bliads,
White Lead, Paints,
French Window Glass,
AC.IXCT TX) . T. ENAMEL PAINT.
Wa HEADY rUEPAUCD PAINT.
(JXtL AND MISE OUK GOODS AND
fi er prkee before inrchiBj. The fact
tiat our Paints are from tte eckbrsted Tao
tortMotiretherlllACoaol IlarrUoo Droe
tTC'',;narantee for their qniuty
A toe Hoc of Coo kin- Stove at Facte 17
rW, to adllUoa to our larje aa-1 fall
'- a toar attention ts reapenf ally tnttte'L
13 South Front St
' PUfiOELL HOUSE.
TJ-V0r.S scw MANAGEMENT.
WILMINQTOM. S. C
rTovVtor AllaatWt UouL riratnaaa
AkoinwajkiA. Tarasa t L 1 1 1 1.W.
The D a i I y R e v i e iy .
AN UUMI5LI5 CONFKSSION.
U ho U that littles woman tlipn
With latuhinjeyes '.irul dark -brown
i. hair, - ... ....
Am! rysio2uomy so fair? ' . ?'
- ' 4 , My wife. ....J ' t; : -
Wbo not as uiesk a he appear.'
And doesn't believe one-half ,shu boara.
.Ami toward tno entertains no fear?.;
" My consort. - ,.. - ,
Who wak mo up on every morning.
About the time tho tlay is dawning.
My protestations calmly Ecornina?
. My spouse.
Who marks ray clotbes wjJi India ink.
Anddarn my Uxrkins quicW as a
' wink. . . I .
Vhilo I it by Rnd!mokc and think?
. My frau.. i
Who asks me evcr day lor moucy.
Wtib countenancc Uemuro nr.d luuny.'
And calls mo 'pretty boy" and honey?"'
My little woman. '
f i i
Who runs this iuuHc; both nii;ht and
And over all exerts f.cr sway ;
WhVa bois o tbi shanty, anyway?
My better talfJ -
i" A'tron Fk'lgcr.
How to Fall Asleep,
I had often noticed that when engaged
in deep thought, particularly at night,
there seemed to La somethins: like; a
compression of the eyelids, the upper
one especially,, and the ejta them
selves were apparently turned upward,
as if looklug in that direction. This in
variably occurred; .an1, tho moment
that, by an effort, I arrested tho course
ol thought, and freed tho mind from the
subject with which it was engaged, the
C)es resumed their normal position,
and the compression of the lids ceased.
Now, it occurred to nie one night that I
would not allow the eyes to turn np
ward, but keep them determinedly in
the oppesito position, as if looking down
and hating-done so lor a short time I
found that tiro nind did not revert to
the thoughts with which it hadbecn
occupied, and I soon fell asleep. I tried
the plan again with the same result,
and after an experienco of two years. 1
can truly say ahat unless something
specially annoying ur worrying occur
red, I have always been able to po to
sleep shortly after retiring to rest.
Thero may occasionally be some dim
cully in keeping tire eyes in the position
I have -described, but a determined
effort to do so is all that is repaired, and
I am certain that if kept in tho do wn,
looking positiou it will be lound that
composure nnd s.rep will bo tho. result.
It may be said that as the continued
effort to keep iho eyeballs in a certain
position so diverts the attentionas to
ireo the mind from the disagreeable
subject with which it had been engaged,
sleep will follow a a nutural consequene
It is not improbable that this is to
some extent correct; and, if so, it is
well that by means so simple npd so
easily adopted, such a 'desirable result ,
can be secured. Hut I think this is
noc tho only nor the principal reason.
j The position fn which tho eyes should
i be kept is the natural one; they aro at
case in it; ami ween mere is no com
pression of th'.i lids r knitting ol the
brows, tho muscles conuectod with and
surrounding tho eyes are relaxed. This
condition 13 ranch more favorable for
sleep than for mental activity or deep
thought. lutmZcrs Journal.
Is the Great Southern uemcdy lor
tho euro of tho Scrofulous Taint; Ithcn
matism, White Swelling. Gout. Goitre,
Consnmotion. Bronchitis, Nervous De
bility, Malaria and all diseases arising
lrom an tmpuro condition ot tho Blood.
Iho .merits of this taluablo prepara
tion are so well known that a passing
notico is but necessary to remind the
readers of this journal of the necessity
of always having a bottle of KOSA-
DALIS among their stock of family
Certificates can bo presented from
many Jeadtng Physicians. Ministers
mud heads of families I throughout tho
South endorsing KOSADALIS in tho
highest lerm. We arc constantly in
receipt of certificates of cures from tho
most reliable sources, and wc do notj
hesitato to recommend it as the best
remedy for the cure of the above dis
eases. 1 ' I
A Woman's Heart.
ua a ratiroaa tram, jus: oeainu a
plaiolvdrcssed and motherly-looking
woman, accompauicd by a noisy boy.
at two fashionably dressed ladles. The
boy wasgiveu to askiug all kinds ol
foolish ouejtious. and occaiionaily he
would whino liko a cub bear au.l twist
himself around and Iret. !
"If I had hold of l.;ui tor a tuiuule
I'd blister him till he "couldn'ti stand
up.' said one of tho ladies.
lady, '-you may tako hold ot him. I
haven 1 tho heart to do it
"Excasa me." faltered) the aonoyed
lady. "I did not think that yoa could
hoar my remark." I
Ob. no harm dono, for 1 kuow that
ho is enough to annoy any one. and: it
may seem strange to you that I do not
slao htm. out 1 cant, unco 1 naa a
lilllo boy that I flapped. Every time
be would ask foolish questions or
whino I'd slap him. I was determined
to bring him up rightly, o that he
would please everybody. . Ho was tho
idol of my life, and I did so much want
to seo htm respected. Everybody said
I was a model mother, and that my son
would bo a great man. and I was so
flattered by theso remarks that I was
eren more strict than evr witn mm.
One night, just after I ptr him to ted
company came, anu wnuoi wo wore
talking tho little fellow awose anu oe
gantocry. I told him to bush, and
when I found that tc.tUd no; intenu to
obey me. I went to the bed and spanked
him. 'That's what I call diiciplino.1
one of tho company remarked. and I
assuro yoa that ia alter years ypu will
not regret the strict measures you have
adopted. I ;
Tho next morning my littlo boy was
too sick to get up. and ail the day he lay
in bed. At night I sentfor a physician,
bet before morning he was dead. I
don'i think that there was a more mis
erable woman in the world. I took his
little boots boots which a few days
before I whipped him for gtlting mud-
dy and put them on my bureau. -I
could cot bear to lire la tho iamo bouse
where both my husband and little boy
had died, and I moved away One
r even in?, while 1 was walking along a
Toneiy fctrect, I saw a little very small
Ixjy standing among some tall weed.
I asked him where he" lived and ho
plucked a blossom and held it to me.
I asked him where.wa his mother. and
father, and with enriqtis intelligence he
replied that some big -rata took them
away in b5xes. I knew then that he
was V waif, and I took him tiome with
me. In tho nizht ho cried and I sot up
acd sat by the tiro with him and rocked
him. 'lie was very del.cate. bul ho was
a light that shone oti my withering soul.
Thi3 is the child, and he's ; wear ins the
little boots that I put on the. bureau.
You may slar him, but I can't." - .
From the lroucl StaudpoiDt
of superior "style.'" tho , languid city
beauty surveys thej imasinary physical
short comings ol bir rustic iemale cous
in. Yet if the lattjpr possess a finer set
of teeth, as she ' probably does if she
uses SOZODOX Ti and , tho metropoli
tan belie does not. that striking contrast;
so much in her lavor enables her to turn;
ttie tahle3 with a vruance. .Pearly
teeth are belter than style."
Aver' Sarsanarilla is the most poteut
blcad purifier, and a fountain of health
and strength. Be wise In time. -All
baueful infections are promptly removed
by this unequalled alterative.' -
When the State is . most corrupt,
then the laws are most multiplied.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying
Kidney, Bladder and Uriuarv Diseases.
Most of our
comforts grow up
Ministers Souud its Praise.
Rev. Mr.' Greenfields, Kuoxville,
Tenn., writes as follows: "Samaritan
Nervine permanently cured my son of
epileptic fits." Here's food for thought.
Hold by druggists. 1.50 ;
We must begin
by thinking boldiy
Washington, D. C , May 15th, 18S0.
Having been a sufferer lor a long
time lrom nervous prostration and
feneral debility, I was advised to try
lop Bitters. " I have taken one bottle,
and I havo been rapidly getting better
ever since, and I think it the best med
icine! I ever used. I am nowgainimr
strength and appetite, which was all
tone, and I was in despair until I tried
your .Bitters. I am now. well, able to
go about and do my own work. Before
taking it, I was completely prostrated.
hup -c . r t"rfT rT
Kindness, performed by rule, is
letter From Ir. Serro.
18 West 35th Street;
New York, Juno 1, 1683,
I have been a sufferer in the past with
Malaria, which finally became Chills
and Fever. Treatment by my physician
failed to help mo. I used Bu and ketii's
Pills and was cured. Thirteen months
have elapsed since then, and I have had
no recurrence. Other members of my
family used them for the same trouble,
with the same good result.
I cheerfully endorse them for that
illcc3s, and also as a pleasant laxative
or purgative, according to the number
taken. They are now a household
remedy with me. and I am never with
out them. I would gladly givo the de
tails ot the foregoing to any who might
choose to call upon mo for them.
J. E. SEKRK. Dentist.
Hi deeds force us to use words as ill.
Malaria positively leured witn Eiis
oky's Standard Cuke Pills, a never
failing remedy: purely vegetable, con
tain no quinine, sugar-coated 25 cents.
e o tiacw.
A fine assortment of Guns and Pistols
at .1 acobi's Hardware Dopot
Mother s Spinning Wheel,
Concerning One Article tbnt
ivas Not For Sale, and An
other wblcli is Cheap at
"No, lr, I wouldn't eoll you that for any
money; (hat epinhlng-irhcel n-aa my mother's
It was ono day, when tho was binding like a
Iuk.aad making this old wheel bum, that my
father, then a young mod'ral student, after
nr l a farmer, fell In love wl'h her tome
fifty yoars ago." . -
hn troko thrroprieior of a rcush bit of
farm Lied in Ulster County, N. Y., U a relic
hunter, and "mothers ' -bplnnlay-whccl re
mained aoaorg ber Ptlldrrn and grandchild.
My raothtr." wrlt Rev J. W, rhelps,
My tbu ehe nM found a more eff?ctin; than
anything ahe ercr used for 1 invigorating and
troclhening the syetcm debilitated by mala
ria. Mic desires me a.U t erpcclallr to mention
tto certainty with which it aids disoUon aod
overcome exhaustion "
ETcr since the Crst household was eetablieh
cd "mober'" opinion has been mora potent
in tLU wcrU than that of judge, jurist or
pnyaxcitn. iter nana has always cooiea the
fver and ber eire baa been filled with bono
With each day decline. PARKER'S TONIC 1
becoming more deservedly popular witn Use
women who cuard allko husband ana child
ren. It eradicates malarial poison from the
blood, from whlca there Is now such wide
rieaao ooerve: dr. PARKER'S TDK G u
not on intoxicant. Jt la a combination ot sev
eral ingredient, of which none singly can
Erudaco anything liko lis effect ForKtdooy.
tomach and Liver troubles. It Is the standard
and unfailing rcucdy. In two blzcs: f 0 rents
and ft. The latter the cheaper. Hiscox A
Co , Chemists, New York. jan 11-lmdiw
ifr I SUio & Monroe Sis.. Chicago.
Will wrul e ,t Jrvstbir
tar laM. kW -' K-n.t
f lumsffk. fr, Mu,
LVma Mttar't Stt. b4
tea far An.
The Excursion and Pic Nlq
gKAS jN IS OYER AND THE THEATBI
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and JOHN WERNER, tba practical German
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a dc at hia Ilalr Dreaalng Saloon, Market
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North Carolina Resources.
One of the moat useful scries of descrip
tive books ever published about any State."--Boeton
Post. . ,
Hale's Industrial Series.
J ; Two Volumes owBady.
1. The Woods aso Tdxbebs or Nokth
Caboeuta Curtis s. Emmons, and Kerr's
Botanical Reports; supplemented by accurate
County Reports of Standing Forests, and illus
trated by an excellent Map of the fctate.
: 1 Volume llmo. Cloth, 273 pp. t tL25.
IL Ijr thb Coax, ax ixosr cocxrrcs or
North Cabozjsta Emmons, Kerr-, Laid
ley's, Wilkes, and the Census Reports; sop-
fUTaented by full and accurate sketches of the
If ty six Counties and Map cf the State,
r l Volume llmo. Cloth, 435 pp., &L50.
Sold by all Booksellers, or mailed postpaid,
on receipt of the price, by
E J. HALE A SON,
Pnbliaherr, Booksellers and tstattoners.
New York ; -
Or. P. kL HALE, PubUaher, Calelgh, N C ;
tpt V . -.
Ml".ld i no rWfcefaTBfitt:fatsvlr &
t eoe xr Treatise tad Vrm IW4 ti of
m r3 mnmmu tun
n cMn iri c i
A - FRESH Alt K IV A L!. !
A TMOUF.'S ci,iritruTr.p.iiiiNcri:AT:
'.. : . .. ;. , ... J,. '-.
tnUarrcl?, Italf Garrets and r&JU; cn 1
In all tlecs.
itTfceHs are the very Vest , if tj:cfr' klB-l,
aai nov.fahtrycoutl W
" . . ft- - .-.
a moat cleUxntful Sircfrtmrjtt for the toa tni
t To anlre oq Tucsy mpst, a firth mvAr of
Itea'a Boston CraVkerV.
Gcnccote Wafers, I
CojTee Cakca, sorncthlng tew and. ilcc.-
Almond Maccaroons, - j - ! '' ,1'
Cocoanut Maccaroons. aad " ! - "
1..- .1 . '. 1 s '1
The Genuine Albert Ciicnif: 1 1
.-.". J ;
. - In ono.aud'tAropoiiadTlns. '
- r v' c - 'o itt. - . t,
'rv Jor- jwJo lov?s - 1-. i :
John L: BoatwrlglitM
nov 12 If . .' -. '. '.:.4-atm r
!TR$SED rOL'LTRYi. DUrilN C0U5TY
b A US AGE AND LIVER PUDDING. N. C.
biaea and a full stock of Choice Tamtlr Gro -certes."
Prices reasonahla. - RMtftnf i .
v . - ; ArW; BIVESHAttK,
-- - - T waa t .-
V chant UiNortlr Water St.', Wilmington N.C.
1 jnn 11 . ; . , . r
I.AM OFFERING A SPECIAL INDUCE-"
raent in ZKPHYR8, having a very large lot of "
it. and wishing to reduce stock before Spring.
I Will sell all cnlart at 11r ami Mattw t,l
at 10 centa nfr nimi k'Htlfii sr a ia
of Ildndkercolera, Linen and Silk, I willaelrkt
reasonable m-lces and atimn lnmi rn-nnt
change, . . j. ... . j .
t-hrochet Good?,jBuch, as Shawls, Fasclna
tcra, Caps, tasones. &c.. at low tuiccs i
llats trimmed and unrrimmed aa low as can'
be bought anywhere: and a large stock to
select from. , . . . .
- ttespectruiiy, - . 1 . j.i .
ATA AkJk7 AJ . AVXAAifAVAJ AV, " ;
Apples ! Apples I .Apples I
QN CONSIGNMENT AN D MUST R E SOLD
N. Y. Baldwin Annlea. Ohio Red
x. creamery Butt r. N. C. Roll Butter. Ohio
Butter. Va. Meal, car load or small order in.
llclted. . ! 1 . . 1 '
E. G. 'BLAIR.
Commission Merchant' 19 N. PtMtiii kt
dec 31 i .- - . . L 1.
Steam Yacht Louise,
pAS3SENGER AND FREIGITT
tor Smlthville dall v. Rates low . and arnm. .
modatlons fine. The LOUISE is a new boat
and is guaranteed safe. Will leave SmlthvUl
8 A. M Leave Wllmlnetsn 2 o'clock P. M.
Wharf foot of Dock Street. 11 - ! 1 .
I . jW&f. WEEKS. .
Jan 11 1 Agent and Ownen .
JN EVERY 'VAttlETY AND TOO NUMER- !
ous to be mentioned, can be-fonud at tha moat .
reasonable prlcos, at 1 i . - j.
u. Ail Ljjeu'a, Drug store1, -dec
10 321 South Fourth, Corcerl Nun at '
- o . i i j ... ; .
MISSES BURR & 'JAMES, Principal.
MRS. M. S. CUSniNG, Musical Instructreas. ,
rpUE TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION of ,
this School will commence on Thursday, the
4th of October, 18S3, and close duringtbo third
woek iu June, 18t4. . , j r i
Tho course of instruction' la thorongh and!
pystcmatlc. Terms reasonable. Lessons In
painting In Oil, Water Colors and Pastel, with
Sepia and India Ink drawing, and Craypnand
pencil sketching, at moderate rates. J i F
Where a class of ten or twelve la formed for
tno scuooi or painting, the prico Jtnli be ro
ducod. ..-I ., t . 1
. -Pupils outside of the school who desire mu
steal Instruction, will do well to apply arlyl
For further particulars Inquire of Pracipalal
or call for Circular, j , , ,
eeotl2 .L I . .-j .
T A COMPANY WHO PROPOSE, TO
stabllsh a manufactory thereon, well-timber .
cd cypress lands. Parties who may have such
lands to dispose of aro requested to communi
cate, with me at Wadesboroor by letter with.
Mr. Job T. James, at IVllzntagton in person.
Full prrtculars as to exact location of lands,
number of acres, probable yield of . timber to
the acre and lowest price, must be made!
JOHN Ti PATRICE. 1
&Uto Immigration Agent, I l
Wadeaboro. N. I I
ail 1) tf
Farmers, Take Jfotico.
MORRIS" IIOO CUOLERA COMPOUND.
W JU5t 19 IDing tO CUTO Or Prevent HOaT
prevent Hog Choi
bh u uibcwcs vo w men o wine am nx
ich Swine t
J - i; 'H will prevent tnat dreadful
fc nown as Trlchnas, and will put your bogila
ah. mmir . la l- ... jki i a . i a
uvi uwimj cgwuuoa, cusanog ui va
pous-i ana win, ir given stnetir accorajes
directions, cure 10 bogs of the Cholera and put
20 boss In a condition to fat tea in one half the
usual time, thereby saving one half of the feed
The farmers of Duplin county are firing it
nio prajae. . au larmen snouia.ouj a para.
ige. . i
Tor sals .wholesale and retail, br W.
ORKEN. lnwurlat. Market 8txe Wllmirjrton,'
!5. C- , j
4 l.WAw tf
W. C. Cabbage
r t'rT rrc 'bifrrtrwn. 'i ; .
. , ;- T'" "v ' , : '" 7- A SO. 1 ARTICLE.
SAUSAGES Made by Westbrook Broa., at i
Rocky Point. Bet In the market. L
Oranges, Apples, Poultry and a gsoeral as-t
Fresh Family Groceries.
J A cill is letpectfully solicited.
t'JiViTf f L. G. crrrRRY,!
N. E. Omer Market and Second its.
jan 4 .- j
pOBALE VERY CHEAP.
tni:iitf. 1 ruin Off 1()B 1
j9, uvcr, o-. oi worms ana parasites i i
mco pa7o convaina ono aai one-muz i