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Kale-rl tl Um rituiftc S AriiMitfUa. n. c,
Too Xr Cvlcans I'iotyiinc say there
U an aristocracy of crime in Iuiiina.
No mm of wealth no man of poaili -n
no man of t:ill m ic In- ever buvn
I . 2.. ll... ." 1 I
nuns in 1:131. ouiv. ouca men nave
been accused or the vilest crime: such
men hive been proven guilty uvcr and
over azain. The result it Iawlesne
in sKjIoty. in b-jiinc4. in politics.
- There aro availablo candidates 1
the Democratic Dartv. and it is to bo
When rhf umalUra racks thejo nU then ask'
for Ilccsron'a Caicice Torus Plasters Prompt,
sure. SSc .: ' icis.w
Wold 6 ri
I hortfd that when the convention assem I r.
r 4 -. ------ . irora una aau impure wwu, uti
Dies in .j uiy. mo ueaw., rein ui- . . MW-.w thr tmiih i OF THE ANCINT
warned bv the name the Uepublicans v" . By Vawlinson. Three
h ..... ' . . . I ia tion Mrv Thv thinlf thw have iOO lne Illustrations V
I will hr hrnncrht roraranl will select .7- "J - I i .!- "Vnt artii
larsre -volumes orer
Price redueeu irom :
Ha1at Ttsknkft' sent
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- . . . . 1 . 1 , r. ii.rv--, nr i c-m-n o n c I rnv unTn.mu.iii hoinra nit numt nn PTinenra
a candidate under wnoso name me muaucu i,.-. . -v -vrt:"xr;rrr.':v
party may achieve success, v '
)rncx of GKXKaAi. SijPKiujmEinjEirr,
Wilmington. N. C, Nov 07. 1SS3. l j
ri 1 .(
1 no most LM'.ncauj perui3 eujjr 1 . f
ins Emokt's ItTXLEATiiAin-ic Pilis snts. These people often become
give a wholesome appetite, t put new I despondent, and say that nothing
can De aone ior mem, ana mat nicy
think thev will die! iust as theiii
irretmlar livers, and broken-dowr I aiogne free, john b. aldex, Publisher,!
i 0 , 1 13 veey fct., n. Y. p. O. Box 1227
Sstems irom parents or granapar-1 . fei 4w;.
Change of Schedule.
lite in a broken-down body. -15
A forbidding prolcssion The auc
grandparents died. i
This is a very bad, blunder. The! and ies than
cne - lenm to.-
tlve aa a steam
er; about occ
thlrd first cost.
1I1A rtrrivli,nl Irilwmil ! niint
".w ... "" uoneer a. s ki a u : tmur vroina 1 , "ri6WU "
has decided that the l.,po U still a teui- I5ecaaS church bells sometimes have U1UVT . . . . J i REMINGTON
poral power. It critictKt! a BrusscU wedding rings, it does not lollow tnai roou nuyuuui, nut yuui
I .a I I m I nUHIUULI IJlIil 111 I a V jk
architect lately for wearing a decoration iney are marneu. rancUather's blood; it is your own. . ftM mZvLh
otthe I'palnlcrofSt.Sylre is your own body that is ailing:! '"V w-?w YOrkU
1 nn ri iiiu riiirtrii r mar i irii a -11 v iil n a a as uiai i w a
oat authority. The dei.-i.co was that arjllV full ot, ' silverware. Chicago not that of some good old grand
. . 1 t . 1 . ... 1. ....... 1 1
ie 1 ope. no wmermi me ..coraur.n. xculy Uaztlle. I . mntllM. who has been in her PTave
a . I ....r..: An Tl. . I v . ' : than I O
wiu iiu 1'iiijri a j..vivij;i'. Miu tliuu i inCTc IS OHO fclUJO Uiuic .uau t tr . . T . J
nal. however, held that the IW is still another when a I woman should be en- ior nail a century, niveau ui cum
1. 1. U n ft II linn ef . . . 1
urciy aione, it la utu . iu niaimne mat your ancestors navt
i. rS AND AFTEB SOVE 13, ISS3, AT 1.05
EThORFr.liNTllH WE, Passenzer Trains on the WUmlny
I Iiu ll Lin III u I Ui3 ton & Weldon Railroad will ran as follows :
HORSE-POWER pAx MAIL AKD EXPRESS TBAINS DAJLl
FIRE ENGINE! ?,V7 J10 TtSL8?11;
ntialpensa ArrtTC at Weldon .2.31 P. M
Si nif3, Leave Weldon....,...........!..... S.00 P. M
1 3 m ; a
NO i MORE EYE-GLASSES. mldpsgektw
a soyercign. and would probably soon R1 a,one 3 ; ".J iT' ,1
beaga.nin diplomatic relations w.tb . . . m mnm1kn whrt n travel gone back on you, you had bettei
1 1 .1 .. I l. . rr i I k ij vivij " .... I ... i 1
m:siuuj. auu iuo uueuuiog arcuuect i ajj Qer the country on a dollar; Dut in i begin to tone up your own Diooa
was mercioro uneu woman whose picture is on mat coin wrl fronuimi;Wr.
m,niT tr !n it I' fc ' ,w '
, i . 1 J
According to the Baltimore -iwieriowi Observmg that the census embraces et your own siomacn to ngms, auu
More y.r&ZsP' Eyes.
.... t i i ...i m aMB mm m m w
one of the most interesting features of seventeen millions o women, a a ansee et ready to enjoy hrst-rate healto. a Certain, Safe and EffecUve Remedy for
the Johns Hopkins University library Ki";?i?.aS yaS ,unowouluai You want iron in your blood. You SORE, WEAK AND INFLAMED
Is the newspaper bureau. A trained rpal. aKrtnt M,:on,0 nn a mnnnment! want a tnnie for those flabbv muscles - EYES,
editor and asilitants read all the rCOrC I t... n!tnri nf palm fnntpnt rhaprVft ft I l . T T 1
i ... . i uF .TrrKroior IOU storing the Sight of the Old.
"J?.. 'V. . " Vi: K rrhnn r;Ta iteV. want something which wUl drive out itoptosB, washtnnt
on imponani sucyecw. anu aitcrwaru - ----- - . ."'M"". All trains ran solid between Win,mm Ww,
clip these extracts for arrangement into & wissncini says tne cornet tnat debility ana brace you up, ana nent cSi" u era i Washington, and have Pullman Paiice sieTp
; Dailt No4 40 South.
Leave Weldon.. ...... ......... 5.50 P. W
Arrive at Wllm'gton.FrontStJD'p't 105 P.f K
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAINS , DAILY
- No. 43 North. .
Wilmington..... ........... 8.00 P. M.
2.i0 A. ii.
Leave Wilmington, (Sundays ex
cepted) ...12.30 A M
Arrive at Weldon 6 30 A M
Leave Weldon. (Mondays excepted)!. 05 A M
Arrive at Wilmington......... 6.55 A M
Train No. 40 South will atop only at Wilson.
Trains on Tarboro Branch Road Leave RocLt
MountforTarboroat 1.20 A. M. and 4.30 P.
M. Dally, ! (Sundays excepted). Returnlnjr.
leave Tarboro at 10.00 A.M and 3 P. M. Dally.
i Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road Icive
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.25 P. M. Re.
turning leave Scotland Neck at 8.30 A. M.
daily except Sunday.
Train No. 47 make close connection at Wel
don for all points North Dally. All rail via
Richmond, and dally except Sunday via Bay
Train No. 43 runs dallv and makes cIosa
necUon for all Points North via Richmond aud
borders hUhef SSSt J
BACON North CZy.'
Sldes, V &.T..;." '
DRY SALTED -
sides, y ft. .......
TShoulders, V ft...""-
BARRELS Sturita TnrnJZl!'
1 Second Hand, each.
New New y;v;v 1
BEESWAX, V ft"
. North Carolina..... " i
operm... ...... ...
Adamantiae.... ."' " ,
CUEESE, ft T T
northern Factorr.... 1
COFFEE, f ft
CORN MEAL, y bus., ia VZil
COTTON TIES, t biMdlf ,
domestics ounaie... 1 so
Sheetinfr, 44, Vyd..
Yarn a Knnok
Mackerel, No. 1. bhi 1 tL 1
Mackerel No. 1 f half bbi"'! ? ? '
Mackerel, No. 2, y bbL JSS
Mackerel No. ?, J half bbV I 5"
Mackerel, No. 3, gjf bbL1 J ? U
Mullets, V bbl. :.T..... '3 I i
MuUets, Pork brtto.... " , 2 2 . J
N. C Roe Herring, kc;'" IS 2 f1
Drv Cod. V Ms.. T I .
TLLIZERS.V 2 00ft 1T 5
n v i r irn aw a a a -a a m f i r a w i a i i iifi mt i i -
larce envelopes or oblong boxes. Uulle- JaD0 m a maUer of this importance, pve you robust health
al 11 VS i J : .i
fAua"fcV ?"B.wu usu :jLn"r For accommodation of local travel mn,
i iti i:.t 1 1 I'M. h 1 1 . 1 1 km i j ii j i m rt-.v-.!- ruirKN. n. i ... - . - x-"
tin boards arc covered daily with clip- but the corset must stay .-Vhila. Call. In a word, you want Brovv's mors, salt Rheum, Burm. Piles, or wherever
mm.. oi i i inn a m m aiinn aviara rt mai . v M'i.w- - ; - Avwva
pings trom the latest papers, arranged Iron BrTTi?RS. This is a medicine maTbsed Tto rSiviK I punaay.
tinder the leadinir heads of current ion Dyspepsia, indigestion, ue- , ... - . . , . I Sold by all Drugrfsta at 25c feb 25-4w
i . . .. i r i rrtt t no inrmnr m mnirt Tnm pnimr
topics. This plan is elaborate, but can pression oi spirits anu ueneraium- .-w
. . . .... . tV. ill their VariOU3 lOrOlS: alSO aS a Kir rlrltrlnrr nnf rIcMC Tfa
uc rccommenucu toother institutions ol ii-r,1PO o.i An,p ",v- - ij
learning, as now in many schools the ar,d other Intermittent Fevers, the culiar preparation ot iron enters into a a a M 1 1 I A -D A f C I M n
Idea o! instruction from newspapers is "FF-iHto-i'iiosPiiOKATED tLixiu of tjie blood, driving the badness out m n n 1 LLn nuKJ ' 1 1)1 u'
...f.i 1 1 .ii tsava. mauu dv UAS1V1.LL. 11A1 1 . . . . 1 ll ttcBemuies nne jeamer: ior Jiooi3. uui-
CaiTieU OUi WItU lUVOr. I r -"' I..UL...II nriinnn1 Pnrirhmmf inr nOVPrttf I cJ.lo Walla nrf inaliln In lan nf nlootor
auu tv 10.. new x ors, nnu tom uy an s"i 1 j a "r""r.A "w:rr;.r,"
1 1 ! . I I t : . V. ... I . . - 1 I si J Diiuu ouu uuiauii,. uoioiuftut 11 1111
A Ke w York letter says : -There is PatlenU recovering from Fever or other
considerable Iceling over the defeat ol I sickness, it has no en ual. tu -'vv
the movement fr a reduced rate of
commililon nn the niirrh4 !ncl nf I S H I It I M.
cotton, and some of the member ol the
Exchange say that it is a death-bio w to
businci.-i, t hich has been merely of a
dragging nature ever since the commis
sion rate was doubled. Southern hues
are chargetl with killing the reduced I head above water.
rate, in order that business may bvl Sincj Jane Swisshelm wrote her ap
I . a
atiractetl to that sectioif. where Ha- proval t r rca 1 i.ug.ass roarnage.no
one lias uareu to say a word.
1 . 1 . 1 t 1 1 1 iv 1 1.1 1 ; a . v. v 19 stAi4 iv nave a
aro only nne-hal what they ar in New ... ... ft .ft v.. wni.,r
aawaav mmr a w w a aaw
1 ork The object here was (and which evvr )een known to procrastinate with
a a I .
wai Oeleatcu to make the nominal I tne pio wnen serving Mr. ai.
charges the same as in New Orleans. St. Louis raised 20.0(H) to defray the
and even Its
should the br
business without charge.
John Itoach is thinking of moving to
Lon.sville and starling in the skiif bus-
A nnncinn r f C; r OOrt riiiilifte f fin urirl-
.- l., . . t. 1 I ID rXT 1
ow 01 unirai rarragut to Keep nerix'-"
dec 8-.nrm tc.d&w
strength for weakness ; vigor for las- testimonial s and samples free, es tab-
situde. How much better it is to H " .. wiH.FATco., bamden, n. j.
.if 1 1 1 11 icu w
taKe xnis pieiisaiic ana simple remeay 1 gt..v
than to suffer -ith the debnky and
distress which lc:d down to death.
The dru'rist -r.nd merchants in
JOHN F. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERSON, Genera Passenger Agent.
nov 17' ;j i , - , f v .
& Aufnista K. R. Co.
Office op Gewebal Supkrintendint.
' WUmlnsiton. N. C. Nov 17, 1SS3
r - !
I hare a positive remedy for the above disease ; by its
use thousands of cases of the worst kind and of long
1 1 . 1 1 t-, . , Btanding hava been cured. Indeed, (10 Btronr is mv
VOUr neirhbomOOa keep BROWN S I faith in ita etacacy. that I wll aend TWO BOTTLES
rs. Try it. 4
Change of Schedule,
AND AFTER NOV'R 18th. 1S&3. at
.33 A. AL. the following PasBencrer Sched
uie will be run on this road :
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
White Lead, Paints,
FREE, together with a VALUABLE TREATISE on
V)i a Hiaaaaa ! smfFopfty - fSvA ATrtrMlfl nrl T O
address. Db.T. A. SIXJCUSL 181 Pearl St-New York. No.42 Leave WilmiPgton.fMondays
exceptea; 7.15 A M
" Arrive at Florence..... ....11.40 A M
No. 4& Leave .Fl rence, (Sundays
exceptea) 7.40 1 ai
" Arrive at Wilmington.. 12 10 P M
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Nos.
West and 47 East.
Leave Wilmington 9.10 P. W
mm.. 2.4U A. 04
A. Junction...... 6.35 A. ftl.
YOUNG MEM TO LEARN
imc as tu .ew urwans. 01. ti-ouis raiseu imm'o to ueiray tne
s (in fnct lr iiotlun" ) lxp?'cs of the Nationa. Democratic
. .... 1 Convention, and sent a strong com mi t-
oker M-e ht to transact leu lo Washington to secure it. but in
William Painter, of ftiUimore, has
Invented an elect r iti railway involving
an entirely new principle. It is espe
cially designed to meet the mmiremenls
of city passenger lines, ant! the inventor
claims that it overcomes all the oust a manner of gambling in
AGENCY FOB N. Y. ENAMEL PAINT
CO'S READY PREPARED PAINT,
ri ALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND
get our prices before purchasing. The fact
that our Paints are from the celebrated Fac
doubtless apprehensive that Dr. Griffin I tog. of wetherUl & Co., and Harrison Bros
might want ncr to live in Pennsylvania
if she were to return to her own coun I Co., Is'sufllclent guarantee for their quaUty
A bill that if passed will break up all
No charges unless situations are furnished
Adilrpca with OUmn -
French Window Glass. F"A;
I V "' 0"'u' .."ViV " . Arrive at u. u- & A. Junction...... 6.35 A. ftl.
ueipnia, ra.. nrancn mco ouo wstjcci oireei, Arrive at Columbia fi.40 A. M.
Wilmington, Del. Through wires. jave Columbia 9. 55P. HI.
Peruvtoa Guano, No. 1 57 80 aq t
Leave C, C. & A. Junction....
rieave r jorence .j,..
266th Edition, Price 0nly!$1 ArrlTe oZ::::.::::::::
BY MAIL POSTPAID. U Nioht Mail AJro Passkwoek Tk.
Mary Anderson, it is said, will make
England her permanent home. She is
cles that have heretofore prevented the now before the Committee on Codes of Prices, in addition to our large and
,,,,, lract:co and will b favorably reported.
useofcleclncitvinthevery t.e.d where , he penally U nent th7peni- HARDWARE STl
it isdcstinol Kiprure the most valin tentiary Ar from one Uj three years. tLA xj-j-wjj -
ble namely, in competition with hortc-
llesh. In Mr. Tainter's sylem the the
trie current is generated at a station at
the end of the line, and conducted to the
moving car in such a way as. to avoid
leakage of tho current, heretofioro an
insuperablo difficulty ; and to effectually
prevent hrses and vehicles from com
ing in contact with the electrical con
ductorsboth very important features,
insuring economy and safety. One of
the chief elements is cheapness of con
struction. The electrical conductors
are applicable U existing street rail
roads without change or reconstruction
of the tracks or street bel. "The econo
my ot electrical projuilsum has Ixn-n
well rtabluheI liy practical I'very day
ue in Euro), on ninny subiirban line',
but it ha Mver Ih"h MiwstuUy m
ploycl on Mrerl cart. oing to 1 In i r
dilliciillie-i Mr. Prtinler claims to have
The Ddmocralic National Executive
Commit toe met at Washington D. C
on Fridsy. tho CJnd inst. and nreetl to
hold the National Convention fj
Chicago. UK. on tho Hih of July, next J
This will boacnsidoraL!ttiii e.itti rtbe
Uepublicau Convention will tc held and
as tho cindidatc of the latter party will
bo then fairly in the field. wisJi their
plans for the campaign fully developed,
tho Democratic Convention will know
how to act aud whom lo select as the
standard bcarvr f the psrty In order
to achieve tho best rcults.
Until the Convention are held it will
bo simply spccalatim as to who will I
the nominee of either pirty. There aro
aspirants almost innumerable on cither
side, some of whom would make a
formidable Ggbt. but it often happens
thai the most available man is not
selected. Among the Republicans, Shcr
nian. Arthur, Edmunds and B'aico
seem to be tho most prominent, but it'
is very lively that neither will 00 selcc!
ed; that the factions will fail to unite
opon either, and some "dark horse"
possibly may be decided upon.
Within the last few weeks, however,
then has seemed lo bo a growing
oioTcxcntia lavorof Dlainc, bur we
hardl think that his name will be re
ceircd with much favor West of-Tcna-
I'hi. from tho Philadelphia ftecbrd
is respectfully referred to the North Car
olina Press Association': We should
be glad to bo informed by some ol our
North Carolina contemporaries why it
is considered a proper thing to do to
kill the robins at the robin roosts in
A IV r feet Medicine Chest.
Sin; Sing. N. Y.. Tost Office.
March l'J. 1883.
One week ago, while I was engaged
fine line ofCooklng Stoves at Factory
to which vour attention la respectfully invited.
aept 2 10 South Front St
Harper's Young People.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY 16 Pages.
SDTTKD TO BUT JlXD GIRLS OT FBOX 817
TO SIXTEEN TEARS OF AOS.
Vol V. commences November 6, 1883. )
..10.30 P. M
4.33 A. M
8.23 A. M.
JNO. 40 WEST.
Leave Wilmington... ......... ...... .10.40 P. W.
Arrlve at Florence '.. 1.45 A. M.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN DAXLT
No. 43 East.
Ieave Florence at .....3.35 P. M
Arrive at Wilmington 7.42 P. M
Train stops at all stations.
No. 40 stops only at Flemington. and Marios.
Passengers for Columbia and all mints nn t,
as tj. it. it., U., & K. R. StaUons. Aiken June
A GREAT MEDICAL WORK ON MANHOnn
Exhausted Vitalitv,' Nervous and Physical J 8?- w,jS-p0lllt5 9' 8hould take the
IIabter's Youxo People la the best week-
Debility, Premature Decline in Man, Errors
of Youth, and the untold miseries resulting
from Indiscretion or excesses. A book ior
every man. young, middle aged and old
contains 125 prescriptions for all acme and
cnr.n:c ulseases, each one r wm h la lnvalu
able, i So found by the Author; whose experi
ence tor t i years- is sucu as probably never
ueioreicn to me ice oi any physician. 6W
pages, bound in beautiful French muslin, em
bossed coders, full gilt, guaranteed to be a
nner worx in every sense mechanical, literary
and professional than any other work sold in
this country for $2.50. or the money will be
refunded in every instance. Price only 1.001
uy man, post-paia. illustrative sample 6 cts
Send now. Gold rne-lai awarded the author
by the National Medical Association, to the
officers of which he refers.
This book -should be read by the young for
instruction, ana uy too amictea ior relief- It
win beccut an
t . r
in luy duties as Assistant 1 ostmaster, iy for children U America Southwestern There is no member of society to whom this
I was taken with a violent pain or kink christian Ad vocaae. book will noWbe useful, whether youth, parent,
in tnv back it was so nainful I could All that the artUts skill can accomplish In guardian, instructoror clergyman Argonaut.
l..,! ,, l u f n e way or liiuttrau on has been aone, ana tne Address the Peabody Medical Institute, t
hardly bn ath, and I ached all over ray best talent of the country has contributed to Dr. w. II. Parker. No. 4 Bulianch Street,
body. I immediately sent for an ALL- its text New England Journal of Education, Boston, Mass , who may be consulted on all
,l and exper!
nr a i
physicians a speclnlty. rl a JMk ba Such
treated successful-" U f I E?
n i oc-ur
c.-ocic s I'ouol'S I'lJSTF.it and annhed It -Boston. ..... diseases requiring skill and experience
over tho suit of nain- in twentv min ' L. In "8 pecia field there la nothing that can Chronic ad i obstinate diseees that have
otertnt sut oi pain, in twenty mm- be compared with It Hartford Evening PosL baffled the skill of all II C A I other
iiif.H t was rfiievni auo eunn i uivo
usotl AUcock Plasters in my family TERMS: !
for nver twe nty 'years, and have found harper's YOUNG people, r ti m
them wondrrtully iVective in curing iJtmlJri
, , i , . ..... ... mnolk Numbers. Four Cents each.
fMiSh'. c-.ld and pnlinouriry diihcullics Sfcimen copy sent on receipt of Three Cts.
They an a erfict uuilicine chest; they The Volumes or Harper's Young People for
cure without the sdinhtest pain or incon- I.-! handsomely bound In lUumlna-
UMi : isr ra wi 1 1 M w.m msi twa t q ivn rra
ly without an. In
i stance of failure.
feb 23-dAw 4w
v;.niencc, never leaving n . mark or, the S. Toufcs
Kin I IIOS. IibAKl . ior each volume, suitable lor binding, will be
i'risitlcnt of VilUujc of Siny Sing. X T. by postpaid, on receipt of 50 cents
.... . ... .' , I lumittances should be made by Post Office
. dcii purvoasiuK t)rvu t isbier, ue i aiooey Order or Draft, to avoid chance or loss.
surcio gel "AIICOCU AM'otUW fO-
calJcd Porous Planters are imitations.
tnent without the exrjrcas order of Harpkb
ipers are not to copy
hout the exrjrcas onle
HARPER A BROTHERS,
nov 24 Vw York
North Carolina Resources.
The Lincoln Club (colored) ol Con
ncclicul has nominated John Alexan
der lgan as ctndidate fof President.
ti i .u Til One of the most useful aeries of descrrn-
t ue giorj oi man ins airciigtu. i tiTe evcr pablWl04 alKJatany SUte
ive studv. ir by early inIij.cretions.
Alien' I'rain Fowl will tK-rmanently TTalo'o Tnrliipfiol 0,r,
id strengthen all xuuuoniaj UUI 1CD.
Two olumes Now Ready.
1. The Woods axd Timbers or North
CaRoUX a Curtis' s. Emmons, and Kerr's
Itotantcal Reports; snpplemeoUd by accurate
County Reports of Standing Forests, andlllus-
mwu vj ma exceuent aiap or the fctate.
1 Volume 12mo. Cloth, 273 pp., fL25.
II. I if the Coal aud Irox Cocxties or
North Carouxa Emmons. Kerr. Lald
ley's. Wilkes, and the Census Reports; sup-
Kmeated by full and accurate sketches of the
ty six Counties and Map of the State.
Whose debility, exhausted
purrs, preiiiature decay
sad failure to perform lire's
duties properly are caused by
esccss.cn- errors of youth, etc.,
will rind a perfect and lasting
restoration to robuet health
and Vljuron manhood in
either stomach aratrtnnr nor
mstronienw. inis treatment of
Kerront DebllltT and
successful because based on perfect diagnosis,
new nad direct methods and ab-olntc tnor
nchafM, Foil information and Treatise free.!
Address Consult inir Physician of i
UARSTOH REMEDY CO.. 46 W.MthSL. New York.
or 27-lrv1w t th a ,
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Charlestoi
and Alienist on Train 4J.
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Local freight leaves Wilmington daily ex
cept Sunday at 6.10 A. M.
JOHN F. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger Ajrent
nov 17 j ..... ;
Carolina Central R. R.
OFFICB OF GENEBAI. 8UPERIWTEN DENT,
WUmlnxton. N. C. June 13th. 18S3.
TTifira nil Kit viTfir mil
the muscles of llrain and llody. $l;i
G rr a. Atdrtizsists, or by mail from
.1. II. Allen. 313 First Ave. New York
Pearls are worn by younjj ladies in
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Change of Schedule.
QN AND J AFTER JUNE 13th, 1883, TI1E
following cnocruie will: be operated on this
PASSENGER MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIN
Dally except Sundays.
) Leave Wllmlnarton at 7 00P. If
o.L Leave Raleigh at...... 7.35 P. M
) Arrive at Charlotte at-. .....7.00 A.. II
) Leave Charlotte at ...... ..s. r: M
No. 2. S Arrive Raleigh at..... 8.80 A. M
) Arrive at Wilmington at 8.25 A. M
Passenger Trains ston at reimlar statimia
only, and points designated in the Company's
Time Table. 1 , .
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, MAIL
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
Daily except Sundays.
lieave Charlotte....... ......;5jo P.M.
Arrive at bheihy....; 9.00 P. M.
Aavesneioy 7.00 A. M.
zuarioiiW.. ............. ..100 A. M.
Trains No. 1 and 2 make close connection
Hamlet with R. & A. Trains to and from RaJ-
Through 81eepln? Cars between Wllminrtoo
and Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
Take Train , No. 1 for Statesville, Stations
RTMtrn V f 1? A .k,1l. a ......
" aoirefuw sou poinu west
Alao, for Spartanburg, Greenville, Athens
Atlanta and all points Southwest.
j L. C. JONES, .
r w fr anir , Superintendent.
":,l'LtAiiK. General Passenger Agent
ttX&8 13 -mw
IX) DOS. 00 tO mnl
ugh's Phosphate ..woo
rolinaFervulzer lmiw r1
Ground Bone. ;oooo !
(Bone Meal.... .00 00 eS!
Bone Flour imm 22!
Navassa Guauo..... .4000 ts!
Complete Manure..; .0000 r!
Whann's Phosphate.. .......:oo Co til
Wando Phosphate...... 00 00 ri!
Berger A Buts's Phosphate. .00 00 cxi
Excellenza Cotton FerUllzcr.65 00 eal
French's Carbonate of Lime... 7 in a!
French's Agricultural Lime. ... 8 50 m t l
FlX)UB,irbbl h .
jrine. .... .......... ........ 0 00 ftii
Northern Super....... 8 60 sri
" Extra....... 6 00 ft 11
-- . Family....... . 7 00 ft
City MIlls-Extra.... 6 00 1
Family 5 75 Q 1
' l Extra Familv 6 fio a
GLUE 4f ft it a I
GRAIN, bushel . 1
corn, irom store, bags.whlte. " 1 ft
Corn, cargo, la hoik, white.. 4.
com, cargo, in nags, wrute.. wo i
uoru, cjuyu, muuu. ui uan.. . O I
t Oats, from store... ........... U. o ' c.
Cow Peas....... 1 00 a t
HIDES, V lb I n
tsreen... 1 ft t,
iry....... 11 I e
HAY, 100 Its ,' j i
Kastern 1 SO ft u
Western. ................ ...... 115 ttl
North River 75 a 1
tlWr UltUjN,-fr Id.... Vl6 t
A Tt 1 a ia. aa. . m "Y
uaftw.y in i
iNortncrn. " 104 ft U.
Mortn Carolina....... ....... 00 Aim
umk;, v barrel 1 40 O
LUMBER. City Sawed. V M ft.
amp sruix, resaweo .13 00 CD l
Rough Edge Plank.. i .15 00 ffU I
West India Cargoes. according ,
I to quality. .....i.18 00 OH
Dressed Flooring, seasoned;. 13 00 T2
Scautllng and Board, com'ni.12 00 CIS K
if ny oaro . ti I
New Crop Cuba, In hhds..... OC ft S
in bbls....!.. . 40 ft
- 00 a h
00 0 1!
00 ft ft;
38 0 :tl
rft ft !
0 t '
jvmp. in bbls.
11LS, V Keg, Cut. lOd basis
I IA A M I
90 at li
00 a t
10 O V
90 01 1
is W ;rsw
IV KB iW
MISSES BURR AJJ AMES, Principals.
MRS. IL 8.1 CUSHING, Musical Iiutnictreas.
rpUE TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION of
this School will commence on Thursda v th
4th of October. 1SS3. and clrWS-J'i"
wmV fn 14. ci " MW4
SF lJUV SC9I -.j ., .
irl. r8e lntructIoa I thorough and
rstematlc Terms reajwinahu. t
" awi xvjors ana xaxuJ with
Sepia aid India Ink drawing
pencil sketching, at moderaie rate"x w "Q
Where a class of ten nr tvi.. . . . .
f"6 e48choI who" desire mai
s Insmiction, will do well to am!v ekrlr
Porto Rico, in h nds
Sugar House. In hhds.
OILS, V gallon
Deck and Spar................
Chickens, live, grown..
j - " 8pring.......i ......
PEANUTS V bushel.....
POTATOES, y bushel i -
Irish, 7 bbl tOO a 0 9
PORJi, w barrel-
City MCSS ..............23 5t 4T24 03
Prime .................16 00 011 00
Rump...... 17 00 018
RICE Carolina. V lb......:... V0 1 1
Rough. V bushel...;;... 96 0115
BAGS, r ib Country 10 il,
viiy.. ............ .............
ROPE, f ft
SALT, V sack. Alum
. Llverpoo .....................
. Lisbon........ ................
8UGAR, V H-Cuba.........
SOAP. V lb Northern
SHINGLES, 7 In. jfM 10 50 011
common 2 50 flit
Cypress 'Saps.. 4 60 0l
C'vnrees liearts . om s l
STAVES, V M-W. O. Barrel..l2 00 011
R. O. Hogshead .........00 00 010
TALLOW. V lb......... lull
TIMBER. V- M f eet-Sblpping.ij 00 ttU ft
f 100 uiu ...........1125 BJ
Mill Prime.................... 7 so 01
Mill Fair 6 000 1
Common Mill...;... 500 at Ot
Inferior to Ordinarv .. j... a 00 a i 09
WHISKEY, V gal Northern.. 1 00 0 ,
North Carolina 00 0 1H
WOOL, V lb Washed.....;... 25 O
Unwashed.... ................ 20 0 ',s
Burrv.. n 0 jl
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cents to $5 every evening. That all
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writing us. Full partlmJars. dlrectioa
fjee. Fortunes will be made J
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success absolutely sure. Don't dels. "
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Maine. . xiov 20 d6ts-J
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