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.JllSII. T. JAMES. Ediur A Pmp
WILMINGTON. N. C.
and middle daises, and the Lwies
College, erected in memory of his wife.
who died some seren years ago. Pre
viom to bis wile', death Mr. II olio way
went to bis Oxford stieet, London, cs-
tabiisbment. and directed his great
KotertU at the fotomc at WihnlnxWa. S.
aa second -cUaa t alter.
Harry Skinner, the old ferryman at
ths Forge, in I'owcll county, KyJ. is 90
years of age- He has cat his third set
ot teeth and his hair is black.
Amass Allen, of Terre Hante. is 97
years old. and h just celebrated his
A pious woman of Pennsylvania, in
a letter to the H'om.m'i Jounvll, de
dares that the Bible has always teen in
the hands of man. In the transcribing,
ameudio. translating and explaining,
and that women cannot receive it as
final in those parti which bear unjustly
on them. She therefore demands a
hnin rurnn11v pverv dav. Of late
"Uearsho has remained mostly at hij seventy-seventh wedding anniversary.
- 5 . o !!?Mt . r.. He walks erect and reads without spec
possible be made the business of patent
medicine rc3pectable1aud ho understood
the value of advertising about as well
as some of our own millionaires.
Almost evcrV day." says
Trulh, one reads how this
has 'kindly' returned twenty per cent,
of the half-yearly rents to his tenants,
and how another has remitted ten per
ceuL Practical people in tno country
know very well thit these abatements,
on which so much ignorant eulogy is
lavished, are fori ed upon the landlords,
for if they insist upon extorting the
full amounts due, they would lose tbeir
tenants and find tbeir farms thrown
upon tbeir hands.
The ice crop on the Hudson this year
will be tbe largest ever harvested, and
the prospect is that it will bo securely
housed within ten days. The crop in
I S3 1 was 2,500,000 tons inl3S2 2.000.000
tons, and In 1683 3.000.000 tons. Tbis
Winter tbe crop will reach 3.500.000
tons on account of the different compi
nes. and private parties will bouse all
of 200.000 tons additional, making a
grand total of 3.700.000 tons. The ice
U represented to be of splendid quality,
clear as plate glass, with a frosting of
only two or threw inches of snow, leav
ing from 12 to in indies of hard, good
ire. and, therefore. tfe waste will nat
urally be very slight.
- A publisher, calling attention to the
fact that during the year 1983 no fewer
than 349 works of fiction were pnblish-
od in England, says that readers do not
increase in proportion to tho number of
novels published. On the contrary,
daring the last two or three years the
number of readers of circulating library
novels has been steadily and largely de
creasing. 1 nis, ne says, pruuamj w
be accounted for mainly by the excess
nf fiction in other directions, jnovcis
Uncle Billy Slisk, of Columbus. Ind.,
t ?in nr-alave. ana was suoposea w
be 108 years old. Recently he was
taken to be baptised and as ho was im
mersed he became insensible and soon
Wilmington & Wcldon
33T The following
i--1 i- o
small orders higher
Jtto price. bawX b?.???
WILL l.KZ YOXJr
OmCK Or GEXK&AE. SUrKKTNTaaiDKNT.
Wilmington. N. C-. Nov 17. 13S3.
Angry, Awful, Abominable, Bearish
Bothered, Beclouded, Cross, Criti
cal, Cranky, Dismal, Doleful, De
mT x Mtt. mm m mm -
sponoent, xuileebied, Unvious. Hn PUnnrt rtf
ived, Frightful, Fearful. FidVetv - "fcv
Gnimhlinfr- Glonmv. HnVvmiQ Rnr. iN AND AFTER NOV'R 13, ISS2. AT 1.05
- t TT4.jri- i xj i 1 T I sa. .rasseneer '-irania on tno viimmg-
x itu, a ittiwuj, j. xciuicxy. xuipcriuus I ton a weiaon Kaiiroaa vnu run as ioiiowa :
lm, - k
f . i to
Mrs. Peter Bangaru. of Racine. Wis.. Impatient, Inconsiderate, jealous day Hail and express trains b
nearly 90 years of age.
nhn and her hnsbana sola
hnm. and her eriei was so great that
her husband says she sobbed herself to
In Van Alstvne. Ter.L lives a colored
I Irrli't I I. IS . IS mm I - -. ' inn
w - l 1 r T T . I -w- . a -ww M 1 A A .
JVnavisn. lanmiifl . Uimpntah le. I n. I J-eavo TriiiHui?ioii,xroniot.yepw b.oa-
iv c . ir j i Arrive at Weldoa. 2.31 P.
CTibnous, Mournful, Moody. Miser iieave WeWon......... s.oop.
able, Notional, Nervous, Neuralgic Arrive at wiim'gton.rrontst.iypt, 8.40 p. m
t. j- . -r & I Fast Thbocgh Mail & Passenger Thaih
J - VJUllJLl.. I i ni Ur". M f-"ff I I I
man named Frank W. Hteland. who is i:0f. Po:ri T.,:U rv. " r:- daily-no. e south.
V r-w i i si aim, a cuuU4, V Uil. VUCC1. VU11 I Ti.va W.Mtn r rn T .
hi vr oia iiB W&.S s rezniar iiauu i -n, ... ' ' . i .vr. m.w . n
I Tl loBPftwn nd nlnlrPfl from reiSOme, eDeUlOUS, Kaw, KaSTSred at Wlim'gtoii,rrontSt.DVt 10.25P.:il
v Fw " r---- - i e.. C..11 C..i T ' 11 MAIL AND PASSRNORR TT?ATW Ttt-
mrr, i vannnnns rr rmrnn ner liuui. luiirn. -jiiviiut. nmn pnmp i w .ua
lUlfcJ IU I J""""" ' ' ' , C - - -ww...w
day. j loucny, lormentingv Unpleasant
.Tho seventieth anniyersary of the Ugly, Unhappy, Vacant, Vixenish.
oi DcuoQ iaoiDeruuu . marriase oF Josiah Unrd and wife. of Vicious, Weary :-f Worn Worried
readers who used to resort to the h Sandgate. Vt., has just been celebrated. WocrMfJ l vJ, J
braries now get their full supply in the The Save lived in the same house all Xanthic, Xasperated, Xcruciated
daily, weekly and monthly journals.
A Celebrated Case."
It suems nrobabla that Mr. Michael
O'Connor, of Galesburg. 111., is not re
lated to the celebrated Cnarles u uonnor
He says: "StmariUin Aervine cured
me of dyspepsia and general debility."
No. 43 North.
Aieave wumington.. 8.00 P; M.
Arrive at Weldon. 2.20 A. M.
Mail and Passengeb Trains Nos 45 and 42
Leave WUBatnzton, (Sundays ex-
. . .PJ .......12.30 AM
Arrive ai weiaon 6 30 A M
Leave Weldon, (Mondays excepted)!. 05 A M
Arrive ai wnmington.. ....... 6.55 a MM
Train No. 48 South will stop only at Wilson.
BACON North Carolina
. Shoulders, V ft.
LJAXL tJ . iAJ ............ a
Sides, V ft.
woj T ....... ........ Ill'
Shoulders. V ft... t il9
BAERELS-Splrlts Turpentine, 0 I)
Second Hand, each........ i
New New York. each.. . i .!i
NewCltv.eacb ,;2 .
BEESWAX, V ft... -U
BRICKS. V M i 36
CANDLES, V lb', I
Adamantlme.. J..... ....
CUEESfc, V ft-1 '
Dairy, Cream.... ,
COFFEE, V ft
java... ...... ......
A join resolution was introduced in
the Nowr Jersey IUIaturH Tuesday,
by a Republican member , opposing
any free trade legislation by Congress
dprin; the present ession. A motion
to recommit the resolution .was defeat'
ed by a vote of 2S ayes to 30 noes, two
Democrats totinz witfi the Republicans
in the negative. A motion to adj'Miru
was then made from the Democratic
side, which was declared carried by the
Speaker amidst much confusion.
Thursday the discussion was rcsuuud
on the resolution. A substitute was
offered to the effect that the Iislature
favors a tariff for revenue, limited to
tbe expenditure of Jhc Government.
and so adjust ttil as to gtvu pro ection
to home Industrie without fostering
monopolies. The substitute was adopt
cd by a vote of 32 to 23.
The Hackcnsack Cemetery Company
recently rcluseu to permit a much re
spected colored man to be buried in
their grounds. Governor Abbcttsent a
special mcssngc to the Ic;iUturo on
the subject last week, in which he
said: "The Stato should nut attempt
to control individuals in their private
and social relations as long ns they Uo
not interfere with the riht of others.
Hat the legislature 5hould sco that the
civil and political ryhts of nil men,
whether white or bl.u k, are protrclm',
ami wiicn iiilringctl or violated that
punishment should follow. It oiiht
noltn be tolerated in this S:atc that a
corporali tn. whose fxi.-tnc depends
upon the legislature will, and whoc
property is exempt from laxmion be
cauSdofits religious us. rtumld be
permitted to tnaken distinction bolwcvn
the white man and the black man. The
church and the friends of the deceased
may have a remedy in the court.. but
the necessity of burial is immediate, and
the law's delay would render practically
useless the assertion of any such lc;al
right. I t re fore recommend the pas
sage oi a law which shall make buch a
refusal, based on color, a criminal of?
fence, with such penalty as shall pro
vent a recurrence of such an act.11
Recent English capers are giving
considerable attention to the biography
of Mr. Ilolloway. the originator of Hol
lo way 'a pills. It does not seem to be
known definitely where be was bom.
and there is somo doubt whether he
m, m. m
began cosiness oy soiling puis or oint
ment, or whether both, came .together.
Much less did Mr. Ilolloway reveal the
secret ingredients of his renowned pills.
His death recalls the fact that bo was
one of the pioneer advertisers of the
world. Early in bis business career,
tho pills not selling as fast as the ad
vertising bills came in. Mr. Ilolloway
ran short of cash ; once bo had nocandles
to light him to bed. and worse still was
senttoprbon for debt, lie arranged
with bis bJditors. however, got out of
prison and went to selling ointment
and pills again. As ho prospered be
resolved on paying all bills and wa?es
daily, and 'kept up this system as
(ar as possible till the dose of bis
tile. As his success would Indicate, be
was a shrewd, fir seeing business mar.
His speculations la European stocks
were as fortunate as bis pills. It is
said hr ho had faith in bis own medi
cine ami when skk took his own pill.
Among his great deeds of benevolence
are the Sanitarium, a hospital for the
mentally afflicted la the English lower
Twelve million clocks were manufac
tured last year, j
The State tar of Florida this year is
but three mills.
A man in Weturupka. Ala., has found
a lOounce stone that 3bines like a ruby.
Sorrro of the mummies in the British
Museum have false teeth on gold plates.
A bill has been introduced in the Vir
ginla Legislature to prohibit the run
ning of railroad trains on Suudaj.
Georgia's penitentiary now contains
1,332 prisoners, the largest number ever
recorded on the registry at one time.
A large Hint arrow-head was found
firmly imbedded in the back of a whale
captured ulVSau Diego the other day.
Gov. Stanford, of California, owns a
vineyard at Vina of ten thousand acres,
planted in grape vines of different qual
ities, j .
Cat and buffalo lish are causht in In
dian Territory by the wholesale and
shipped to Texft cities, where tboy are
sold. , '
Washington, D. 0 . May I5th. 1880.
Having been at sufferer lor a lona
time from' nervous prostration and
pencrai debility, j was auvised to try
flop Bitters. I have taken one bottle,
and I have been rapidly getting better
ever since, and I think it the best rued-
i cine i ever useu. i am now gaining
trength and appetite, which was all
i v r f i v .
gone, anu i was in uespair until i triea
your Hitters. I am now well, able to
go about and do my own work. Before
taking it, I was completely prostrated.
MRS. MARY STUART.
their married life, and areeach 93 years Yawning, Yielding, Yellow, Zealot!
old and in good-health cal, Zigzagish, Zeroish.
Mrs. S. P. Wagner, who died recently
in Vow Orlflsim was one of the eirls I xu.
-- i - - . - - -i I rri . n i ' L
? STW. wyfiil"!.?; THAT PRINCE of all TONICS, SftficjTffiwSR
om... juiiy, i lounuays excepieaj. ICeturnlnff.
leave Tarboro at 10.00 A. M and 8P.M. Dally
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Itoad leave
Halifax for Scotland Neck at S.2R r rt.
will drive out Dyspepsia,, and make Jetvld Neck s.so a. m.
v you ' j Train No. 47 make close connection at Wei-
Amiable,v Affectionate Accommo- fi,02!L:? 3?
J . 1 Tt . i-. .. i t . " " ' j vj,. ouuuajr via
uaun?. niH.ua. rsenevnipnr. hminri.
o ' w . w- ,
Gen. Jackson on his return from the
battle-field of Chalmette.and sho danced
ith Lafayette when he visited! this
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foster, of
Cairo, N. Y., have been married seven-
tV'five vears. He is now in his tooth
vear and in failins health. His wife
Brown's Ircn Bitters,
COKN MEAL. V bus.. In iuu-kk
COTTON TIES. V bundle..."
l&rns. w Duncn....
KtHiS, v dozen.
Mackerel. No. 1: W bbl
auccKerei. no. i. r naif wi.. a w.
Mackerel, Nb. 2, bbl...... 9 60
Mackerel, No. 2, V half bbt.. 5 00
Mackerel, No. S, V bbl....ia. i 75
Mullets, V" bbl. loo
Mullets, Pork bbla T 00
a. u. Koe uernng, keg.... a 00,
was 94 years old. in May. .posters fuir-im;ranaMp fnmnncwl
father lived 100 vears. and Mrs. Fos-1 iL rTi tV 1 Vv
ter's mother was 99 years old when she
died. From an Exduxngc.
For DrspEPSiA. Indigestion, De
pression of Spirits and General Debili
ty, in ineir various lorms; uisu as a
preventive asrainst Fever and Ague,
and other Intermittent Fevers, the
"Fr.mio-PnospnoRATED Elixir of
h'ghtful,1 Dignified, Domestic, Enter
Pnsing,) iUastic, Jiliectiv-e, faithful
at, Flourishing, Generous, Good
Gracious. Hooeful. Haoov. Helifi
j Independent, Indefatigable, Infll
tial, Jubilant, Tolly, TocoseJ Kii,
Knowinsr, Keen - witted, Lovine
Lucky, Large-hearted, Munificent
Train No. 43 runs dallv and mkpi ,nan nn
nectlon for all Points North via Richmond and
All trains run solid between Wl'mimrton an
Washlneton. and have Pullman Pa1jmv .r.
ers attached. .1
For accommodation of local travel a
Ssr coach will be attached to local freight leav
g Wilmington at 7.00 A. M - Dally except
Sunday. - j
IJOHN F. DIVINE,
T..M. EMERSON, Genera" Passenger Agent.
nov 14 -
Causa YA. made by Caswelt. II az- Muscular, Majestic, Nimble, Notice Wilmington, ColllDl bip.
ARD&Co..Newlork. and sold by all Li,u Mfow r.uv;' rui.- u&u, viumMii
I)rn22i3ts. is the best tonic; and for
patients recovering from Fever or other
sickness, it has no equal. tu 2w
Mrs. (ieu. Custer is visiting the late
lien. Cuter's sister. Mrs. Calhoun, in
Lucca i not so popular in lierlio,
aiuonp critical opcrasoers, as she was
Of the original Hutchinson family,
famed as sinjers. three arc now living:
John W.. Asa 11. and'Abbyr
Miss Kmily Faiihfull has been in
veslizaVing the , Mormons, ami has
been afforded every facil.ty by the
Themalls close and arrive at the City Pos
office as follows : i
Northern through malls, fast 7.00 P. M.
Northern through and wiy mails... :3. 00 A. M.
Ealelgh 6.15 P. M. and 8.00 A. M.
Mails for the N. C. Railroad and .
routes supplied therefrom Includ
ing A. A N. C. Railroad at
7.00 P M. and 8.00 A. M
Southern Malls for all points South.
dally 6.15 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
western malls f u. c. lallwav) aauv.
(except Sunday) ......6.15 P. M.
All points between Hamlet and Ral
eigh 6.15 P.M.
Mall for Cher&wand Dnrllncton IIaII-
road. 6.15 A. M, and 8.tK) P. M.
Malls for points between Florence
and Charleston 6.15 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
Faycttevllle and offices on Cape Fear
Elver, Tuesdays and Fridays 1.00 P. M.
FaycttevUlc, via Lumberton, dally,
except Sundays...... .,...6.15 P. M.
Onslow C II. and Intermediate offi
ces, Tuesdays and Fridays.... ..... 6.00 A. M.
Smith vlllo malls, by steamboat, dally
(except Sundays) 8.30 A. M.
Malls for Easy "HI, Town Creek,
Shallotte and Little River. Tues
days and Fridays 6.00 A. M.
Wrlghtsvllle, dally 8.30 A. M.
OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
Northern through and way malls. . . .7.30 A. M
Southern Malls 7.30 A, M.
Carolina (Jen tral Railroad 9. 00 A. M.
, Malls collected from street boxes 'business
portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
P M. and from other point of the city at 5
Stamp Office open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M.,
Money order and Register Department open
jrora 8 A. M. to 5.30 P. M.
General delivery tpen from 7A.M. to6 P.M.
and 00 Sundays from 8.30 to 9.30 A. M.
Carriers' delivery open on Sunday from 8.30
o 8.30 A.M. i
. ' f DR. f(j$L .
l BEFORE V-AND H
O . and Maokey; of S. C. Mr. Mackey
lived Ions enough to occupy his scat.
Frederick Douglass, whoso marriage
has created a cood deal of comment,
weighs ever 200 pounds, but is said to
be as brUk as a boy in going about
Washington, and i in capital health,
lie Uvea in Van Ilork's old manor
houe. nolwitbstandio the original
owner's hatred of his race, and his
consequent efforts to prevent a colored
man ever owning any of the land which
had been in bji possession.!
vant. Overioyed, Patient,
Progressive, Quick, Quiet, Qualified
Sweet, Smiling-; Sagacious, Thank
ful, Tender, Temperate, Untiring
Unblighted, Uncomplaining, Vigor
ous. Victorious, Wise, Watchful
ant, Youthful. Yeomanlike. Yourse!
again, Zephyr-like, Zealous. Zestful
dec 8- nnn teldAw cd ' j
Mother s Spinning Wheel.
Concerning One Article that
was Not For Sale, and An
other which Is Cheap at
"No, sir, I wouldn't 6ell you that for any
money; that spinning-wheel was my mother's
It was one day, when sho was singing like a
lark and making this old wheel bum, that my
father, then a young medical student, after
wards a farmer, fell In love wli h her some
fifty years ago." j I
So spoke the proprietor of a rough bit of
farm land In Ulster County, Ni Y., to a relic
hunter, and "mother's" spinning wheel re
mained among her children and grandchild
My mother.", writes Kcv J. W. Phelps,
Easter of St. Paul's M K Church, Chicago,
as used Parker's TONIC aud wishes uie to
say that she has found it more cnectitc than
anything sho ever used for invigorating and
strengthening the system uebUitatca by mala
rlii. she desires mc aid especially to mention
tbe certainty with which it aids digestion and
cvcrromei exhaustion "
Ever ihicc the lirsi household was establish
cd "mo'hcrV opinion has been more pott lit
in this woild than that of judge, jurist or
physician, ncr nana has always coolea the
fever and hc-r, ofc has been filled with hope
With each day's decline, PARKER'S TONIC is
becoming morc'deservcdly popular with the
women who guard alike husband and chi d
ren. it eradicates malarial poison from the
blood, from which there Is now such wide
Please observe: Dr. PARKER'S TONIC is
not an intoxicant. J t is a combination of sev
eral ingredients, of which none singly can
produce anything like its effect- For Kidney,
fctomach and Liver troubles, it is the standard
and unfailing remedy Jn two sizes: fO cents
and $1. The latter the cheaper, lliscox &
Co , Chemists. New York. jan ll-lmd&w
& j Augusfa Jl. R. Co.
Office o? Gkxkkal sufebintendbst,
Wilmington. N. C. Nov 17.1SSS.
wry cod, lb.........
FERTILIZERS. V 2.000
f eruvian uuano, JNo. 1.......57 80
8 o 3
2 .36 00
" robo...; ..00 00
Baugh's Phosphate... ........ 00 00
Carolina Fcrvilizer 45 00
Ground Bone .. !...... .00 00
Bone Meal. J...,...00 00
Bone Flour Li. ...00 00
Clactrk Appliances are t tot on 30 Day' Trial.
TO MEM ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
VTUO tre Mifferinx from Kmtocs DtBttirr,
Ixr ViTAUtrrXACK or Nkhtb Yomcm au
Vigok. Wrisa Wkaekksskx. and all those diseases
of a 1'BJuoxAC. Katvbk resulting from Asusb and
JTRxa Causes. Speed? relief and complete roto
r stioa of H I4LTH.VMOK and Makuooo Ocasuktkko.
The Krandot discorery of tho Nineteenth Century,
aondstoooo for 111 astnUod Pamphlet free. Addross
VOLTAIC BEIT CO.. MABSHAlt. MICH.
now n lyeodAw
t th s
New York has an a nti charity sreio
ty. At roll call tho city directory is
used. Bismarck Tribune.
Never shake a carpet. It's too hrk
work. Out if you must shake some
thing shakro a triead. rhila. Call.
BUmarck making war against the
American hog will find that tbe pen
is mightier than tho, s word. K. O. Pic.
"Tho ballet is described as being as
old &s the world." The ballet girl is
noted (or her longevity, bat we Bad no
ides that it amounted to so much as
this Boston Post. .
"Your husband always apocars to
be in Tery hizh spirits." "Yes re
turned his wife, " tf they did'nt come so CxriTALCBTOCt.. a $350,000
high I should hare had a new fur
a mm &
sacque mis winicr. uroouyn Eagle surplus ftjkd ... .oc
"Como, let's bill and coo a little, as
we used to." said Mixer to his wife.
alter tney can oeen marnea a year.
" Yes." she replied. you look oat lor
First National Bank of iWH-
tho bills and I'll do trie cooine." Bos-
Ion Times. I 1
Florida strawberries hare fallen to
5 a quart. They aro quite smtll and
decidedly add. Some people who like
soar things may enjoy them, but 1 tor
our part we loose taste for them after
the third plate. Phlla. Call.
Young pargraphcr: "IfyoaYe bard
up for material there's always funerals
to writo about. The, man who can't
think of something fanny about a fun
eral has no business go set himself np
as a humorist." Boston Post
Deposits reodrfcd aad collecUon; mad on
JD aecesttlbl potmfaa Um Ual tod States.
Stop that cough by the us of A Ter's
Cherry Pectoral tho best specific erer
known (or all diseases of the throat and
lungs. It will sootho the rough feeling
In your throat, glre th ropal organs
flexibility and Titality. and enxblo you
to breathe and speak clcarij.
a. K. BURRUSS, O. G. WORTH)
.MAKTRf. , JAS. SPBUITT.
UKOBQ K.Cn A D BOURN.
C K. BUSSU8S..
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wittotd a express order of Uakfes &' Bros.
HARPER 4 BEOTHEBS.
3 New York.
Change of Schedule.
ON AND AFTER NOV'R 18th, 1883, at
4.33 A. M., the following Passenger Sched
ute will be run on this road : !
No.42 Leave Wilmington, (Mondays
excepted) 7.15 A M
Arrive at Floreuce..... ....11.40 A M
No. 45 Leave Ft rence. (Sundays
excepted).... 7.40 P M
" Arrive at WilmingtonJ 12 10 P M
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Nos. 4
I Wetand47 East.
Leave Wilmington......... 9.10 P. M
Leave Florence....... 2.40 A. hi
Arrive at C. C. A A. Junction...... 6.35 A. M
Arrive at Columbia...... R.40A. M
Leave Columbia 9. 55 P. M
Leave C, C. & A. Junction. 4 ..10.20 P. M
Leave Florence i. 4.33 A. M
Arrive at Wilmington..: 8.23 A. M.
Night Mail and Passengeb Train, Dailt
No. 40 West.
Leave Wilmington...... 10.40 P. W
Arrive at Florence 1.45 A. M
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN DAILT
No. 43 East.
wavassa Guano i 40 00
Complete Manure.. ......... .00 00
Whangs Phosphate... . 00 00
Wando Phosphate... ..1... ...00 00
Berger & Butz's Phosphate.. 00 00
Excellenza Cotton Fertilizer. .Vi 00
French's Carbonate of Lime. 4. ,7 00
I LAJUXi, Dbl I
Fine. o oo
Northern Super. &q
Extra . 6 00
Family j.... 7 00
City Mills Extra 6 60
Family J.... 5 75
Extra Famllr.... 6 60
GLUE V fb llll
urain, w bushel
corn, irom store, bags, white.
Corn, cargo, In hulk,, white..
Corn, cargo. In bagsr white..
Corn, cargo, mixed. In bags..
Oats, from store....i...f ....
HIDES, V lb . i t r.
ha?" iwibs-" "T
Eastern................ ....... 1 20 oiS
Western 1.. H9 alt
North River... j..- 75 a s
HOOP ILRON, V ft.... t... i0 U
W m X" I m.' liv am. - 1
35 P. M
..... 7.42 P. M
Leave Flerence at i
Arrive at Wilmington
Train 43 stops at all Stations.
No. 40 stops only at Flemlngton. and Marion.
i jrasscngers ior uoiumbia and all points on U
tk C. 1C. It V. Jk Tl T? fifaHnno AltrAn T.inA
"P 1 vimuu. UAlU V IMIJ
tion, and all points beyond, should take the
Separate Pullman Slflepers for Charlestor
and Angusca on Train 4a .
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Local freight leaves Wilmington daily ex-
I j JOHN F.. DIVINE,
' General Snnerlntendent
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger Agent
Carolina Central B. II.
Oificb of General Superintendent,
Wilmington, N. C. June 13 th. 1SS3.
A TMONACirS, U, SECOND STEEBT.be-
IZZ??,1 Ladles and Gen.
o, tleaalnx. seourlor and bWhwJ
me a pair ef tout old Kid wvw
mot 9S-tf ,
Change of Schedule. 1
QN AD AFTER JUNE 13th, 18S3, THE
following bcneauie will be operated on tal
Railroad : r , j i
PASSENGER M AIL AND EXPRESS TR A Iv
Dally except Sundays. .
Leave Wllmfegton at... .....7.00 P.
Leave Raleigh at 7.35 P.
Arrive at Charlotte at. 7.00 A.
Leave Charlotte at ....8.45 P.
Arrive Raleigh at .....R sn f
l .arrive at Wilmington at.. ..8.25 Ai
Passenger Trains stop at regular station
Ttoe Table? le8lg11 the Company's
SHELBY DIVISION. PASSENGER, MAIL
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
, I- Dally except Sundays.-
Y!L V"riotre 5.3o p m
Amvv at oneioy..... .......... . fl IYI T XT
...wo. wuUMkM... ..... ....... .10.30
irSteiffK wL4 ? vke close connection "
Hat wlthR.AA.Tralna to and from RaJ-
hrough; SleeplngCara between WUmlngtoo
Charlotte andaleigh and Charbtsf
WkZ?0' vllle, Stotion.
i , " ixie ana points West
Also, for SmrUnhmw c . .. tDfc
Atlanta and allpolito , ' AUlT
L. C. JONES,
Northern............ I0n u
North Carolina... 00 a li
LIME, V barrel ...I.... 1 40 a
LUMBER, City Sawed, M ft.
Ship Stuff, rcsawed. .....18 00 'ttxt
Rough Edge Plank.;.. 15 00 CIS
tp quality..;.... ....... 00
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.. 18 00
Scautllng and Board. comn..l2 00
wrsT A QDVO 1 1 ... i
New Crop Cuba, in hhda..
.. r.. ta bbls
Porto Rico, lnhnda
" In bbls...
8ugar House, In hhds.
J M IS . . .
00 0 li
oo o a
O 1 00
75; 0 1 5
mm - ,
I one is . j . . -
and fProiiia tli T dcrar
mJZl?017' r cansed by
ifflf error of yonth. etel
a perfect and lirtSZ
SJl .'7,0,, manhood fa
A A rslcal Aecav ia nnfn I.
w nad direct m.
IURST0M REKECYCP46 W.MthSt. KewYork.
aorA271jeod&w ; t th s
Syrup, In bbls...
NAILS, V Reg, Cut.l0d basis..
uiij, v gallon
ieck and Spar. . .
Chickens, live, grown...
. " Jjpnng.....
PEANUTS V bushel..
POTATOES, V bushel
1 Sweet : -.
fork, v barrel i , j!
City Mess .....i....23 5C
Prime..!.. t.... ie 00
Rump..... 17 oo
Jtucis uaroiina. V fb......
isougn. v bushel
uaus, y ib Jountry.
KjllV . .......
RdpJk. V lb.
SALT, V sack, Alum
juverpoo ..k, .........
SUGAR, V lb-Cuba I..
A Coffee L.
Ex C j
UAr, r lb Northern......... 15 h
aujLNiiLK3,71n.VM ......low! m
common 2 b0 O 3
CypressiSaps................. 4 50 a 6
Cyprees IleartA n n m i ac
STAVES Y M-W. O. Barrel..l2 00 , 18 oe
n,h9'J.?&hesid-"'"''-wi 00 I low
TALLOW. 4 ft ti
PPE3 S M eet-Shlpplng.l2 00 14 oc
Mill Prime........... ' 7 60 0 8
Mill Fair i . . . . .7. , $000 6
Common Mill................. 5 00 0(1
Inferior to OrdJnArvJ n m tt 4
wjtusKEY, v gal-Northem.. 1 CO e
rorth Carolina;... .....1 00 60
WOOL, V- Jb Washed. ,25 a
Unwashed.... 1 20 &
95 ) I U
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