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VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C. THURSDAY, MAECH 27. 1884.
Vfo win bo glad to receive coamaaScaiioa
troia our friends oa any. and all abjeeta
Sfcaeral interest bat ::"r ''if ' '
Tito rape of tie writer raaat always Lo fa
tsil to tie Editor. 1 " :" 'j.j; '
Conuaunlcattons must to written ca pal
one side oi the paper. ,
Personalities must bo avoldacL;
And it la especially- an j particularly end
OOd that the Editor doe t h.
NO. 74 of corresponds:, uaKa o lUU
w me editorial columns, i
n fuor Alexander Asassiz ai-
1 VT" r 2300.000
C-efioa the Museum of Coo:'
Ti, prn;Ct of starting a caaniog v
.seMrixeaeat on the part of
er. asd planters of thaUection.
. .coekrTrTpe- U the significant
oestntbjlhc Boston at
1 r"f,7e o: in columns. This
t.?towtom it u:ay concern that the
a-;iipotivlii now open so far as
Pref. JahaL-SdUvan is neglecting
tit cicw cf tto "core advanceU L ni
tenl'-I iare - while he keeps accept
LTiilocs to prize fights the
Soaiha-d West, and the higher athleUcs
c UumJ tre ling the encourage.
te-.-.U pwfeaneicoujd give.
BcliaCasl the Sooth Carolina ruf-
I3, it ftponei to be roaming the
u tsejro. He Us been seen and his
fcoe.pri8U i been traced. The
woof cicrstaTO received orders to
liou iia it tiej End him and bo resist
Tae latest report is that Cannon, the
b'tcaaoftho fanatical Mormons, is
to dtrry Kate Fie'.ds, or Anna
Pxkicioo. or both of them. ell, we
were always aorrj tr those poor
!f?nJd Mormons, and believe mat
Tb success of ih e Brighton Electric
Railroad in Landon has bad the effect
of stimulating various similar enter
prises in that city, ana throe companies
arc now in the field, with an abundance
of capital to push their projects to com
plction. It will not bo long before eke
tricity will be gcnclally substituted as
the motive power for street railways in
the British metropolis;' ami sooner or
latcr elsewhere. The roads now in op
cralion arc tho Siemens dynamo run
by Otto gas engines, j j
IIDEX TD KIW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C W Yates Look Roys
fIfcI5SBKGER New Goods
IluxDS Bkos. & DeKosset Disinfectants
This has been another day ot beauti
ful Spring weather. ! , '
The receipts of cotton." at this port
to-day foot up 78 bales.
Schr. CaUiic C. Berry, Smith, hence,
arrived at Portland, Me.. Mar, 251 b.
A large crowd of passengers went to
Smithvillo on the Fassiwrt this morn
Tho steam yacht Alinnciqha, Captain
Pardee, after waitinc about a week at
Smithvilic for suitablo weather to pro
ceed to sea. returned to this city last
Schr. Maty Monroe, Hall, cleared tc
day for Port-au-Prince, Hayti, with
iOC?,JiJ ICCb Ol lULUUCl UUU outuw auiu.
gles, Talued at S2.935.93. shipped by
Messrs. E. Kidder & Son, - j
NEW i ADVERTISEMENTS
No tramps have applied at police
headquarters for lodgings for the last
two nights. Verily the weather is get
ting warm enough for, that wandering
gentry to s'eep out of doors. ( .
Wheelwright, colored, was
brought before the Mayor this morning
P.'iyll VI v. " j I ....
oTtr'ako them. - cnargc was sasiaiueu. anu no was ro
quired to fork over a One of S5, in default
Tho Medical Jlccsrd estimares mat of which he was sent below for 10 days
30c 1.000 doctors the anonal deatu to ramlntte over nmi, wc trust to re
n: noges between hfteea and twemr 0f Di3 misdeeds.
fire, eakicz a yearly loss oi i.oou
tbnxians out of onr 00.000. But the
t:?p!j if inch aa to remove all cause of
i;;fieni:on, for the nnmber.of medi
cal graduates ia ISS2-3 was 3.879, more
tiaa double the estimated number ol
Mr. Gcorgo N. Uarriss, of the Anson
Times, arrived m the city this morning
on a short visit to his family. j
Mr. J. B. Hill, U. S. Marshal for the
Eastern District of North Carolina.
Oiata Dlgsa has been very badly was in thecity to-day and registered at
wUpped twice, ltd ths stories as to his 1 tho Purcell Uouse.
nadiaioaicd sireszta and vresliac Mr. Asa A. Brown will leave to-
wtn nosscsM oa the face of them. night for the city of Mexico, via New
TUt to jbocld asiaae tho dress of a I Orleans and Vera Cruz.
denteh. to eslls J.'e anew the coolinc
'asalicija of his followers, reveals the i
exu&t of tie demoialization of his!
JLlterary. ..Tito tiatd Storm; i
Tho April .Magazine of American j Tho principal force of tho storm Tues
History excels all former numbers in dayjnlght seems to have been spent some
artistic elegance. The article on Major few miles to th.e eastward of this city.
General Richard -Montgomery of the whera tho hail did a j largo ambuat cf
Continental Army, by General George damage. Mr. Thomas Edens. who lives
W. CulIum, is richly illustrated with on the Wrishtsville turn pikea few aiiloi
historic portraits and antique vie ws. from the cUy, suffered severely, his crop
rnotber notable portrait is that of of early vegetables, being almost cntirc-
Dauiel Morgan. In the second paper of ly ruined.- Bo had several hos. killed
tho Magazine we have a description ol and others wounded by the force oi the
the "Natchez Indians A Lost Tribe," hail. ,Thc wind blew almost a hurri
wuicii is suppicmcntca by a spirited cauc. auuue naa a large number ot trees
account of the ''Massacre ol St. Andrews blown down. In this city, at IheVresU
Professor Salisbury concludes his deuce of Anna Wade, colored, on Fourth
essays on "Lhe (inswold iamily oi j between fjastie ana Queen streets, large
Connecticut," GeneralJohn C. Robin quantities of bail fell in the yard, much Tariff p-n "PtlttRT ' "RnttPT
son contributes a readable article, ea- of which rolled under the house, where uutl;t'1i iJUbltJI, UUTauri
titled "The Utah Expedition," Chapter it was lying in abundance this morn- 1 00- W iYPRK crilvmery
VII. of the Private Intelligence Papers ing. On Fifth, between Castle and This muter was bought low for cash and wiii
of Sir Henry Clinton, edited by Edward Queen streets, the bail fell into the yard
F. De Lancey. 13 one of the most inter- of W. K. Bell, and tho rain washed the
C3ting chapters from this mine of valu sawdust-Jrom the street-to the same
able Original Documents. Published at locality, so that it covered the hail and
30 X,afayetto Place. New York City. . the latter is preserved by this involun-
arv refrigerator. Mr. Rell sennrpd
uutraffcousconauct. eaou(5hhaii this morning to make
There was an assemblage of young pitcher of good ice water.
f WE OFFER.-
SQUIBB SOLUTION OF CARDOLIC Ac:d
quart bottles, oBly 33 cent?.
BromoCliloralum, a coa iKtisouous, iKjwerful i
I - . -l - , .
dcodoii.cr anl disinfectant.
riatt's Chlorides, an odorless UlslDfectunt.ro
' liable, powerful, prompt, cheap . u
Munds Bros1. & DeRosset,
,! Druggist-, Market Street j 1 r
mcU 27 , ' i s . - ,
12 Cakes Part Toilet Soap only 25 cents
FIRE ! FIRE I
AVrATBRi WATER I
Somethirig.to.ypur Interest I
Fire aM Water-Proof
Rooflug Paint ! -,
C. L. WRiGHT, ACT. FOR NORTH CAROLINA.
be sold accordingly.
I K- G. BLA.IR,
o. ID N. Second St , Wilmington. N. C.
men 15 ,
J. L, WINNER,
TATCIJMAIvES & JEWELLER, j
CUronoracter8, Fine Watches
ELEVEN GOOD REASONS FOR USIG OUR
' . FAINT, I i ,
.L It I'aguarantectl Fira Troof. ! '
2. It is guarantec l Water Frof. I ' i
3, 1 1 is a prescrvaUve ot VMitcr meinl.
colored people last night, on Mulberry,8
between Third and Fourth streets, who
made the place hideous by their vulgar.
profane and obscene language. Those
residing in that ordinarily, peaceable
neighborhood, and they embrace some
of our very best citizens, were shocked
.1 -f5.l I il ' 1 1
uuu uiuruueu uy mo uuseetuiv uowis ,
ing. It was continued for a considcra
blo-timc, no policeman being present to
For Flower Pots and Hanging Bas
kets call at the 5 and 10 Cents Store,
No. 16 South Second street. It
4. It costs. less than ordirary paint.
5, It contains ho oil o,r acltl. i i
G. It Is n ornament to anv ibijlliMrT
in 11 top an atoTT 'oor ironi. leak-
5. It will not wash ofl" cr sLiin water.' '
si. It will not crack or scale on.
10. It is durable, and will la-st longer than
any otherpaint. j!
o 7i , r JL 1 1 "will stand and cold Weather.
Spring Hats and Bonnets I k-f&iM.sflS'li
.,' i . vnpa'.ptetl? t .. ... J I .,
and J ewelry repaired and warranted, j
Opposite New Market. Front St. men 22
Death of a Former Wilminsr-
Mr. S. G. Northrop received a tele
graphic dispatch, yesterday afternoon
from laurmbprg, stating that his broth
er. Mr. H. F. NorthroD. was in a verv
quell the disturbance, and it was at last criticai condition and not exnected to!
stopped by the intervention of one of live At about 9 o'clock last night he!
our magistrates, who happened to pass rece-vei another disDatchconvevins the!
mat way. it is to be Hoped, lor tne sad intelligence of his brother's death,
peace and good order ofthat quiet and which occurred a little after 8 o'clock.
uwcuuuiuuuu 3 jui rne deceased nad been ailing nearly a
mo gooa name or me city, mat sucn but had been confined to his house
brutal proceedings may not ba repeated. for only tvvo days The deceased was
and it is fervently to be hoped that the about 40 years of age, was born at St.
p.t . t :l i
uaiueaoi iuusb mobt couspieuuus iu Augustine, Fla.. but came to this city
lasi nigm s outrage may do ascenamea 1 with. his parents when ho was about'
and the parties arrested and made to one year 0id. He resided here until
sutler me lull penalty ot tne .aw in sucn about 15 year3 ago when he removed to
cases made and provided. , Laurinbure where he engaged in busi-
and married. 1 He leaves a wife
rUIP, MILAN, R. R.( AND CANTON j
STRAWS, all. new colors. i
BEAD CROWDS from 50c to $2.50 each.
BEADED LACE 50 cts. to $1 15 per yard.
. t ! ' I;
A very largo lot of "Warner's Health" aiid i
MISS E. KAEkER,
Exchange Corner. !
oted? .' I... . .. , . i ' , .
ii a ttn or suing! root is leaky, I do not go
to the expense qX newly covering but imn
?7J F1UE AKD7WAT2lfVpw)o7,
FAINT. ' " ; ' , . .-tl'v. - i I
PETERSBURG TESTIMONIALS. j .
Wc the undersigned, hating had shingle
and tin roofs painted with Mbtt' Patent Wa -ter
and Fire Prooif Ilnt, feci no hesitation
in eayin? that so fkr It has glvcri entire "satla-i
faction, stopping leaks whero nothing else itld'
any good. U. 11. WARWICK, (shingle).
V f, ,r alllS. V. J. TAYLOR, (tiu).
Sir L n. Mott, Jr., t Hi. j .
I)er sir. This is to certify that I hare lisedi
yourWatefjaud FIro Proof "Paint Ion pcverall
leaky roofs,1 and since they were painted with .,
your Paint they have not leaked at all, 'I I
cheerfully recommend tho "Mott'a Paint" ns
the best roof paint I ever saw. - i! i
r ,r , , i ... DANIEL RAIIILY.
L. D. Molt, .Tr.'.Esfj.. I I 1
ness ana married, j lie leaves a
and two children, both boys. We have
There was a large audience at the no particulars of th8 cause of his death
Upeia House last nignt to witness me farther than those given by the tele-
performance of the above named troupe I eranhio dispatch alluded to above. His
and we venture the assertion that nine- brother, Mr. Si G. Northrop, will leave
tentns ot tnose present leit wnen me for Laurinburg on to-night's train to
entertainment had concluded with the attend the obsequies.
firm Imnroecinn fhwkthn'V hflri hpfln nnf. I
WE OIVE BOTTOM PRICES ON
BOOTS cSc SHOES
Good bottoms to stand on. Easy wearing
g0ods--givlng solid comfort an 1 place you on
a firm foundation. Try ns and see if we can't
i . j
Geo. R. French & Sons,
108 OKTH FRONT ST.
: i i .
Has Arrived !
FRESH SUPPLY OF THAT delicious
RATED PINE APPLE by to day's N Y
Steamer. Also. ! another lot of that ANo. l
Dear Sir: Your Water Proof Taint, used
faction, uotn or these roots leaked hnMiy. and
my kitchen and stable roofs, gives IcnUro, satis-
since you applied your Paint J find no leaks.
bestemta returning to New York
fxa Cuba re present the state of the
f z',tn there as being extremely em
To Leave Wilmiutrtou.
Many of our readers will regret to
learn that Mr. S. K. Birdsey, for many
years well known on Change as a prom-
Igent cotton bioker. has ' made all
necessary arrangements and will leave
the city to-ni;;ht with his
4iuouea a uuaaciat panic family to seek a new
M atlC!patd. Suzar growers have hnmn nt (Uln Klnri.I.i. ( nr nrnuaint-
iirji taisuties or stock on hand, of ance with Mr. Birdsey has been brief,
--naej caanot dispose "at paying but pleasant, and, while wc regret his
ia some cases they have bur- departure frem our midst; wc wish him
.cuta oeafiij in advance on the every success and a lone lilc of health
cvp ia. t-e pi-ocecds of sales will not and prosperity in his new home.
Wind and Hail.
From passengers who arlvcd here
ths morning on the Carolina Central
train we learn that a severe storm of
ram, wind and bail passed Over a sec.
tion of the country beyond IWadesboro
on Tuesday night, inflicting serious
damage in many places to crops and
trees. At Newton'it assumed the force
of a cyclone and blew down 23 or 30
houses. At Conover, a station on the
Western North Carolina Railroad, hail
covered the ground to the depth of
three or four inches some ol the stones
being as big as hen eggs. No one was
killed at Newton, but several negroes
were hurt, andoce old woman will die.
"'J " aru ixxcaer has been mak-
a tour of tho South, lie declared
tit Sua: a richer than before j the war.
lad hope to live to vote for a Southern
a lor IW.Jeot. Some element
t3i: take the pUce ol slave labor, and
capita! invested in new industries
tie South and the influx of & new
2d ecerxttic population. . into the
r- deserted and silent foreaU and
-3Ji, racst needs proJaco tbriit
zi tir.ft wealth.
S.cc the d;$rcry of the electric
J i-Tviouimcajptaijavo been made
w!f 10 it for tho hcadiighu of
Jf Te &e oscillation of tho great
rsefnaft shaking the carbons to--crttisj
-ve Tcat difficulty. Ile-r;-?
1 Perfectly balanced lamp has
r ,CTesed to hold the carbons, and
.ecu;c deadlight made by means of
sreiicahis.bcea In use upward
oosthoa the Pan Handle Kail
T4 Its icccess Is perfect. It la run j
J 1 y1 2l:xe and dynamo placed on ;
fcithoiocomoUve back of the
-a u coarso must be in constant
ca. isfcdirom tho boiler by an
rn nonnelu atom lorl As WH trt flfiXTA
. , a ,u to the fact that first quality shirts are
I U.A;n ma Ha tr rrnay or. nna r!rlioior tho I rr-'cn rn fi . .1
presoat, and we believe that the almost "Xt. r " , ai uu 1,cr pouDU uuia up
universal wish this morning was that
there had been no gentlemen present. It
Wilmington Shirt Factory,
Hiv.V, wu corn la a cemetery at
vK.4.iown, Iowa, a short Ume ago,
bor;II .lwhftre bo seen babiei
enetery becausa mothers
ffi. u procure Dr. Bull'i
taj c croup.
0 j ow U ae to give Smiths Worm
We have received the initial (number
of the Journalist, a weekly publication
devoted to newspaper men and publish
ers. Edited by Messrs. C A. Byrne
and Leander Richardson, ol New York.
It is specially adapted to the wants of
te profession, is gotten up with marked
ability and gives promise of rnuch use
tulness in its particular line of journal
ism. The first article relates to ex.
Judge A. W. Tourgee. of carpet-bag
memory, and conveys our ideas of that
individual ao exactly that we shall copy
the article, on our third j page,: to-mor
row. . ,j : .....
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If you need a real good first class
cooking stove, don't fail to see' tho Ex
celsior Penn Zeb. Vance and New
Emerald, besides others. They are to
be t jund at factory prices at Jacobi's,
who ia the nann fart oxers' agent, t
was undoubtedly one of the greatest
snide" affairs that ever travelled out
of tho city with the people's money uns
molested. There wero one or two
passably good performers, but the entire
affair was a grand humbug. I he
i 1 . 11
company never was mucn, out mis
lime they fairly eclipsed all their former
achievements in their poverty of talent.
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It was tne poorest ana most msip-u eIih j 6.15 P.M.
. vfllm nAnrncf anil mnc !nc inlrl L-infl Mail f or Chcraw and Darlington Rail-
auifcui two .j . 6.13 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
Mnila for points between Florence
and Charleston 6.15 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
Favettcvllle and offices on Capo Fear
River. Tuesdays ana e naays l.wi. ai.
Fayettcviiie, viajJuumDcixon, aaiiy,
r cent Sundays C.15.P. M.
Onslow C. II. and intermediate offi
ces. Tuesdays and Fridays. i.6.00 A. M.
Smith vllle mails, by steamboat, daily
(except Sundays) .30 A. 1.
Malla for Easy Hill, Town Crecki
Thcmalls close and arrive at the City Poa
office as follows :
i - CLOSE.
Northern through mails, fast T.OOP. M.
Northern through and wiy malls.... . 00 A. M.
Ralchrh 6.15 P. M. ahd 8.00 A. M.
Mails for the N. C. Railroad and
routes supplied therefrom Includ
ing A. & N. C. Railroad at
7.00 P. M. and 8.00 A. M
Southern Malls for all points South.
dallv 6.13 A. Ai. ana 8.00 Jf. Al,
Western mails (C. C. Railway) dally.
rexcent Sunday) o.is jr. il.
All points between Hamlet and Ral-l
of a cheap variety shows.
Mr. Robert N. Herring, ol Sampson
county, ditd very suddenly at Rock
Spring Hotel, ou Chestnut street, at
about 3 o'clock this morning. He had
been an. invalid for some years and
came to this city a few days since for
medical assistance- He ate a hearty
supper last night, but soon after com-
plairfed of lecling unwell. jThis attack.
however, was soon relieved and at 10
o'clock, when he retired for the night,
ho was feelimr a3 well as usual j Hi3
son reaencu me cuy yesveruay wiiu a
and Saucer given with every pound) 200 pounds
sold in two weeks. Remember I keep nothing
bat the very best first-class goods. Fresh sup
ply every week. Call and examine at Crapon's
Family Grocery. I i
I , UUAJ. 01. CUAjf ujn. Agent,
I Family Grocer,
mch TO 2-2 South Front St
City Drug Store.
jJANDRAKE LIVER PILLS,
CONOLEY'S COLOGNE. Florida Water.
Toilet Powder and None Such.
Medicines of the best finality used for pre
scriptions and customers are not kept Waiting.
Tf TTrtTl Ki o rr nrtxr fnnfh la -ft otirl riAf r Jrt-r
jwa. fuT v j wvbii iWiVt A.aa aiiu o1- b isJ-A.
of my Tooth Powder, it will cost you only 10c.
Prescriptions prepared at all hours day and
night. u J. W. UO.NOLEY.
00 A. M.
Shallotte and Little River. Tues
days and Fridays ..6.0
Wrlghtsville, daily 8.30
i OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
Northern through and way malls 7.30 A. M
fionthern Malls 7.30 A.1M.
Carolina Central liauroaa g. ooa. iM.
Malls conectea rrom screec ooxes business
portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30J
p. m. and rrom otner pom
Stamn Office open rrom i a. m. to 6 p. IS...
Money order and Register Department open j
from 8 A. m. to o.3u jf. ai.
General delivery open from 7 A.M. to 6 I'.M.
rjCK AND ROE SHAD IN ABUNDANCE.
Send orders to i
W. E. DAVIS & SON, ,
Proprietors of the only regularly
established Fishery in this section
5 and 10 cgnts Cigars,
Best in the city, arc on sale.
I Drugs and Medicinal preparations of the
..inimU.nnrf mmmrTMio rnnm I and on Sundays from 8.30 to 9.30 A. M
ia,k U1 v - , , , Carriers' delivery open on Sunday from 8.30
with mm. At aoout 1 ociock wis i to 9.30 a. ai.
ri r.T-r r rr thy a rronflpmftn. wllrt W&S
I T f-1 f oroc f 1 n tr k lohormnn Tho rniO-
aooui; to years 01 age, wmaiucu . , , ,, , . , . .
J brated "Fish" Brand Gilhng thread is
leeung very unweii auu it was syu , . , T . 4, T
. fa ... . 4 . t j a old only at Jacobi's. He ,is the Im
discovered mat ms disease ram!u s L
was at once summoned, who came and
did all that medical skill could suggest
but without avail, as the stricken man
lingered until about 3 o'clock this
morning, when he expired. Mr. Love
JNO. T. SCHONWALD'S, I
Drug and Precriptkro Store
The Excursion and Pic Nic
iEASjN IS OVER AND THE THEATRI
CAL AND BALL Season has opened again.
and JOHN WERNER, the practical German
Barber and Perfumer. Is personally In attend
the landlord, and family and the other ance at his Hair Dressing Saloon. 2 Market
cuests 01 me nouso rcnaereu every aa ton. n. c. ! ' mm s
sistancc in their power to the afflicted
stranger. The remains ot the deceased
accompanied by the son, were taken on
this mominrr'a train to Faison. whence
they will be conveyed to his late resi
dence in Sampson county for inter-
meat. ,. ' .
The I next attraction at the Opera
House will be on the night of April 7h.
w hen Thatcher, , Primrose & West'
fYrinefr! will riva one of their rxDUlar irr atsi featiters. flower?, neck-
entertainmenU of - colored minstrelsy. WiAR other millinery goods.
This company is said to be a very good mrs. kate c. wines.
nnn nf it kind and will Probably draw No-119 North Second Street.
. a: " I xaehtO 1 next Post Oft3.
Steam Yacht Louise.
JpASSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMER
for Smlthrille daily. Rates low and accom
modations fine. The LOUIK is a new boat
ard is guaranteed safe- . WIU leave Hmiihville
ts a.m. Leive Wilmington at s-soo-ciocK,
P. M . For freight or passage apply on board.
Wharf loot ol Dock Street.
, WM. WEEKS,
mch 25 : ; Agent and Owner.
New Spring Style k I
j BASE BALU AND BATS.
. MARBLES OF ALL KIND?, I
j TOPS, PLAIN AND FANCY, j
! JAPANESE KITES. i
Jost received a large supply at.
i 1 1 1
mch 24 Live Book and Mnele Store.
mil wg have had. since tao work was done.
some heavy ralnsJ I take Jt 1' am but dolpg
you luatice. as well as your Paint.rto fay
that I consider it a first-class Rooflnpf Patnt.
This Paint was, by my direction as Cnairman
of the Public Property - Committee ot this.
City, applied to a part sof ono of the! Market
Houses, end it gave entire satisfaction. I
! 1 K. A. GOODWYNj I
Mr. L- D Mott, Jr. It is with pleasure 1 1
that I add to the testimony of the excellency I
of your Fire and Water Proof PalntJ Tho
tm roof of my printing house leaked I badly,
but since you applied your Rooflng Palnt.it .
has not leaked at all, notwltstandlng some
heavy rains havo fallen. I checrfuliyrcciom
mend your Paint to all Who have leaky roofs.
... --'! . JNO. B. EGE.
Wo also refer to: .L- T. Young, President
Planters & Mechanics Bank; .John Mann. At- ,
torney at Law; r . uaiiagiterj DeputyiCOllcct
or, and J. A. Warwick & Bro , Commission
Merchants, j I i1 ., . .j
(From Petersburg Index-Aiteal, Jan. 2Uh.
- 1 ' ISSt.) I . ! ., I
Tkiejl and Not "Foc.vn Waxtiso. Tho
test of the fire-proof qualities of Mr. Mott's
roofing paint was made on Courthouse avenue
last evening, In the presence of ai largo num.
ber of 'spectators, and the ordeal satisfactorily
established all that was claimed for the paint;
A small house made of dry plno covered with
a thin coat of painty was placed under a pile
of shavings upon which six gallons of kero
sene oil was poured and Ignited. ) The! flames
leaped high Into the a?r and burned! furiously
for (forty minutes. Finally tho houso was
raked from tho debris and drenched with.'
kerosene oil, which burned off clean, leaving
the'wood unscorchedj as any ono may fee who
has the curiosity to call at tho Walthall hotel,
where It is on exhibition to-day. Tho object
of the test, which on account of the caution
of the authorities was not as severe as usual
wast not to prove the Impossibility of destroy
Ing the box by fire, but to show that the paint
Us an effective protection agidnat tho ordinary
accidents which causes ilrci This was raado
so plain to our mind that if ftts bccnWctcr
minjed to treat the roof of the Ixiex-Aiteal'i
building to a coat of it as oon ai theihoufo Is
remodeled. I Another,' and in our bpinion,
more valuable quality of tho paint 1.4 its ha
ptrviousness to water, inakbag it a euro rcmo
dy for leaks in old shingled aud tinned roofs.
As a test of this, two paper boxes wero palted i
on the inside and kerosene oil poured Into ono
and water into the other without the slightest
effect upori tho paper. Tho boxes with their
contents can aUo be seen at the Walthall kotlj
to-day.! Persons who may havo leaky roofs.
or who may wish to guard against, fire should
give Mr. Mott a call and learn front him about
the matter. Wo have no hesitation la saying
that ho has a good articlo which is worthy of
thettcntion of jproperty owners., v I i i I i .
Orders respectfully solicited. Mr. C.I L.
Wright, the General Agent for tho State, Is at.
the Purcell House, anu will be pleased to rej
cclye orders and give all Information required!
A publiGitest, same as that referred to In thai
extract above, as had In Petersburg, will ba r
made In this city, duo notice of i time and
piacc to be given hereafter. . I .
WORTH, LEVY & CO.. 11 . j
Proprietors for State of North Carolina. ,
mch 21-1 w ' -. iii
Economy is Wealth.
YEAR3 RENT WILL PUR
UUASE A HOME. Building Lots tor f' I ; !
sale on the instalment pian cn Castle; '- '.
Church, Nun, Ann, Orange, Mulberry,, Red
CroM.jGwyno, Rankin, Fourth, Filth, Sixth,
I Seventh, , Wilson, Eighth, Mats, Dickinson, ,
Bay '1 Eleventh, ' tharlo'ttcj '
Tlie "Old Hickory
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
Aw, Houses and Ijom for eala. i i t
Money iQ&nt a to thOe wlihlnr to build.
Aroly to j i
mch 20 JAM Hi WILSON.
FTObSS; i Home's Garden pysters
Harness, Rockaway Harness. Truck Harness, rrKtvM Trt -tut Timi rv-.t
:rt tkI Dray .Harness, ioiiars. names,
Blind dJridles, Trunks of all klnd.Bags. Sacks
and Sarchels. Repairing proajptly doce by
I McDOUG ALL BOWDEN. t
Next to D. A. Smith's Fundture gtore. ,
mch U . . . i -
-JglRD CAGES THAT LEAD the Market.
call and see for youTc. Flic Clay Chimney
Fines, Cook Stores, Tin Ware, Pomps, Light
i PAHBXB & TAYLOR.
TUESJTinXZ OIL. mchU
JX. lliey are to be had only a tJc OM North
State Salmon, No. c, south Frcot St) I i , ;
Ice col Layer Beer spida!ty. Tb Licai
Whlike7 and pcreat Wines aoM iu the eityj
Z Clgra as good & ihi bz&t. CaUk&d l ma --
tfiCedL 1 . . f- - . ffb "Ai
COUNTRY PRODUCE ON COilMI3ION.
i ! . ' " . J. i ,
Highest market prioGJ rriaranUre-J an-l prompt
returns. . uitouAUU,
Prorace Comramicn i'-Tr riant ana Grocer,
111 North Water St, Wi)nsington. XC.
,; jqt L'eiext to Rxak oi New iiaaoTcr. t i