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JOSH T. JAMES,
Kxm AJTD ntOFEIXTOB.
rO STAGE PAID:
Six months, 3.wu
cm'.tl-: Ooemooih.lS eeni.
T7rsirwtfl be delivered by carriers free
J,rsub-rtir -rt any and all fall
) . rc tbrtr par regwlarly.
77 Mt7y fovicui has Uu. lirgcst
Jf. fM circulation, qf any nnctpopcr
""nan TO w
5:. Jtrvh OIL
c w t Tw-Lok Hots
j rJiiiLL.u... u.-lsii.
j W cuoiAT-Clty Drug Stoic
p Ya1GC CSC-LeralAd
Jog D BtiXAMr. Atfy-Ugal a !
' v Ml Is ties Dry Good. Carpets, Ac
wr,f, :. A DaBossrr Disinfectants
of SchtduU-N. Y.. and WU .9. 8.
length 12 hoars and 33 minutes.
To-morrow is known as Ibe Fifth
Sunday in Lent.
Sunset to-morrow afternoon at 20
minute i post 6 o'clock-
The receipt of cotton
to-day foot up 193 baits.
Th'-re were no interments in BcIIctcc
Om-tTy this week.
Coujress bas voted an appropriation
of $100,000 for public buildings in Wil
cloton. Ttere were two interments in Oak
c!e Cemetery this week, one adult and
T e:e tai be-n a stiff breeze blowing
( day and the dust hai ben almost
There were f re interments in Pino
ForeJt Cesclery this week: one adult
tzd four children.
The Hcgiiter of Deeds issued only
cce marriage liccnie this week, and
that was for a colored couple.
Mr. L. J. Priest, of Durham. N. II. ,1
wastSictcd with rheumatism lor near
ly twentY Tears. He tried St. Jacobs
OiL tho great conqueror of pain, and
was completely cured.
Our merchants are returning from
the North and new Springand Sum
mer-KJs an? arriving by every train
Mr. Gus Moulton, advance agent ol
Tla'cher. Primrose and West's rain
itreli. is in the city and mistered at
tie Puree! I Hmsc.
Ger. barque Vcrcm, Jachnke, clear
ed to-day for Hamburg with 4,9l bar
reli of roiia. valued at $6,075, shipped
by Messrs. ratcrson. Downing & Co.
GeorjeilaU, colored, charged with
disorderly conduct, was brought beforo
tie Major this morning and was fined
j for the e&'nse. with the alternative
of goin; below lor 0 days. Ho paid.
The larrcst and best slock of
WiaJowi. Doors, Blinds &c. and at
Factory price ii ar N. Jacobi's Hard
wireDeroL ' f
The Concord Times says: Ilcv. Mr.
1'ijne filled the IPrcsbyterian church
pa!pii last Sabbath morning and even
in. His efforts were delivered with
Christian sincerity to a large and ap
Interesting to Fishermen: The cele
brated "Fish Brand Gilling thread is
old only at Jacobi's. He is the Im
porter's Agent. f
Farmers from the country are of the
opinion that the fruit prospect, thus far.
has no: been iojared. Peach trees
have bloomed Ireely, pear trees are
bloomiog finely and the appearances
indicate that apple trees will do tho
One white tramp applied for lodaing
t Police hcadquartera last night He
u accommodated and was notified
this ttorning to obtain employment or
the cily at once. Employment
u not in his line, and bo left, taking
rtnlar schedule crosstie train for
.wfen TtrT rrealag,
ilr. W. D. Munson, of Ba:ington,
't, a professional teacher and con
Victor ot instrnmenUl bands. Is ex
to arrive la the city on Monday
't to take control as director and con
ctor cf the Cornct.Concert Club for
tie season. This organization bas re
y received an addition of several
abtrs, and tho prospects are good
for one of the best bands In the Sooth.
For Flower Tots and Hanging Bas
5U caU at the 5 and 10 Cents Store,
M South Second street, f
Itoogh on Coucu-M
cJ? toX .V200 oa Coughs," for
yocjha. Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarse
Troches, 15c, Uqnld, 60c. eod
Kow U the time to give Smith's Worm
VOL.. VIII.! W 1LMINGTON. N. C. SATURDAY. MARCH
A iMltlo Stranjjcr.
The steam propellor yacht JIaulovcri
Capt. Fisher, from New York for
Fernandina, Fla. put into the river
yesterday and came up to the city this
morning. She is now lying at Messrs.
Fowler & Morrison's wharf taking in a
supply of coal, tho need of which was
the cansc tF her stopping here. SheUol
13 tons burthen and is a neat(;inl tidy
little craft. '
There is a revival ofrclijrion in pro
gross in the First Baptist Church (col
ored) in tbl.4 city, 'corner Fifth and
Camntwll streets, conducted by tho
Pastor. Ilcv. A. M. Conway, assisted
by Rev. L. W. Move, fiom Newbern
There have already been several pro
fessions of religion and the meetirgs
will bo continued during the week,
Cant. li. M. Mclntiro returned to tho
city on Thursday night after a week's
in the Northern markets, and
Mr. John Taylor returned last night,
having been absent about three weeks,
during which time he went as far Wc?t
Mr. B. F. Penny returned on
Wednesday night from New York.
whero he bad been for the purchase of
Sheriff Taylor, of Brunswick county,
did us the pleasure of a call late yester
day evening. He was cn route for Ral-
eigh with four prifoners for the penui
tentiary. and left with them this morn
ing. Tho Lato II." F. Nortlirop.
The Laurinburg Exchange, in speak
ing of tho recent death in that town of
Mr. II. F. Northrop, formerly of lhi3
city, says: '
air. II. F. Northrop, one of our lead
ing business men and one of our town
commissioners, died about 8 o'clock last
Wednesday night. i
His lite was insured for $5,000, $2,000
in tho U: B. M. A. S., of Pa., $3,000 in
the Knights and Ladies of Honor.
After fit and touching remarks on tho
words of verses 27 and ;28, chapter 0,
Hebrews, by Rev. J. II. Coble, ho was
buried by the Knights ! and Ladies of
Honor and tho Knights of Pythias in
the Cemetery, at 10 o'clock yesterday.
He was very popular, and leaves many
friends to mourn his death.
This ttibunal completed the.labors of
the term on Thursday night. The
principal cases oa the State docket dis
posed of were as follows:
Ed. Green. Ned Benders and Jim
Green, all colored and all convicted of
arceny, were sentenced j to fivo years
each in the pennitentiary. These
were it portion of what is known as the
infamous SaowGeld crowd, whose
depredations have been carried on for
several years with utter fearlessness of
Gabriel Hill, colored, convicted of
arceny, was ccntencca to a term oi
four year3 at hard labor in tho penni
Between 10 o'clock and 11 o'clock
ast night fire was discovered on the
back piazz i of tho residence of Mr. J.
Weil, on North Second, between Chest
nut and Mulberry streets. Tho family
was absent at tho time, and tho ffro was
discovered by a colored woman living
near by who promptly gave the alarm.
A few neighbors wero at once at tho
scene, when it was discovered that
some scoundrel bad attempted to burn
the house bv saturating a bundle of
lightwood with keroseneej and then
ign'ting it. This was promptly remove
ed and extinguished and the danger
was over. No general alarm was given
and no danger was done. Mr. Weil
is a verv ouiet ci'izcn and he is at a
loss to know who can have such a
spite towards him as to wish to destroy
Seaside Park Hotel.
Messrs. Scovillo & Co., the well
known and popular hotel keepers of
tho South, have leased the SessidePark
Hotel and will throw it doors open to
thepublic at an early date. Thso gen
tleman havo been negotiating for hotel
property in this vicinity for several
weeks and finally pitched upon the
Seaside, at Wrightsville. and consum
mated a bargain with tho proprietors
for its occupancy. There ill bo sev
eral Important additions and altera
tions made to the hotel, in order to
accommodate tho large number of ex
pected Summer guests, and every appli
ance used for their comfort and con
reniencc, In addition to the hotel prop
er there will bo more coVages erect
ed contiguous to it, for the accommoda
tion of families who would prefer to
lire secluded rather than in the bustle
of ft largo and crowded public house.
Would it not be a good plan to change
tho "hours of calling off the night police
and putting on the day force from 4
o'clock in the morning, as if now the
rule, to sometime nearer daylight?
Nearly all of the robberies which have
been committed recently have been
between three o'clock and fivo o'clock.
in the morniDg, the thieves taking ad
vantage of th i confusion and necessary
; absence ol tho police, during those
hours, to di their deeds of.miscbier, in
which they :iro also favored by tho
It is certain that the longer a speech,
tho weaker It is. but uot so with a cold ,
the longer it run3 the weaker it becomes.
A cold, be it ever so slight, is no trifle.
it sboulp bo checked in it" ehrly stages.
Dr. Duirs Cough is the "liahu of Gih
ead" that millions say is divino in its
About half past three o'clock this
morning air. George W. Huggins, who
liues on Seventh, between Chestnut and
Mulberry streets, was awoke by hear
ing tho door to his sleeping apartment
open and seeing a light. He supposed
that it was his son, who slept in an ad
joining room, and asked what was the
matter, when all became still. Heat
once concluded that a burglar was in
tho house, and lumped out of bed
and ran down stairs just in season to
sec the thief rnn out :of the back
door. A search showed that tho cloth-
ju ui iir. iiuggius' son naa been taten
. e r T T .
into the passage and searched, but the
thief found nothing, and his next- move
was to the door of Mr. Huggins room,
whero ho was discovered. An entrance
was made from a rear window, and tho
thief, after gaining an entrance, un
locked the rear door by which to make j
a speedy exit should occasion require.
The thief got uothing, but it w3 un
fortunate that he didn't get caught.
Wo invito the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts arc
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
The Art Amateur
April gives attractive designs ol
passion Cowers for screen embroidery
and blackberries for panel painting,
some interesting pages of Oriental
diaper ornaments, a curious old German
alphabet, and somo striking designs for
furniture panels after Goujon. Notable
features are the numerous and excellent
illustrations of objects in the famous
Castcllani collection now beinsr sold at
Romo thn plpwr t-pfhna rf niMnma
uomo, mo cieer SKeicnes ol pictures
in the exhibitions of the French Water I
Loior oocicty ana tne 13oston Paint and
Clav CInh ind lhn intprp;f inrr nntio
viaj iuo, ana mo lueresung nonce
and examples of tho work of J. A.
t r i , T c , .
Ilabert-UjS. ono Of tho . principal de-
einriprd for T'Art Tho nrortinl W
Dartments are well filled : Montezuma's
xt t ' i .1 it. tv T?;ii I
w. m Aviauiuno - cunic-
ton aro as sparkling as ever, and in all
respects the number is fully up to the
high standard of this 'admirable maga
zine. Price So cents; $4 a year. Monta
gue Marks, Publisher, 23 Union Square
Silver Plated Spoons, Forks and
Knivc3 of best quality, and at manu
facturer's prices, can be found at Ja
cobi's Hardware Depot. f
vr... i-. - , I
Young: Men's Hebrew Associa-
A ui9 tissuviavjuu imu uui. ibo icguiai I
I l a n m cn 9 ur IiaII An F 1 r O V n rw Fl I n I
entertainments at Germania Hall last
nieht, but in point of excellence and
variety it exceeded any ol its predeces
sors. j he programme lor tne occasion
was well selected and carried out in a
manner wiiicu renectea tne nignest
credit uxxm all the Darticioants. It
consisted of the following: Overture
Undine Prof. SmitlideaPs Orchestra;
Recitation Tho Tramp, Mr. L. J. Ot
terbourg; Vocal Solo, Mrs. Kahnweil-
er, accompanied by Mrss. M. P. Tay
lor; Address, Rev. S. Mendelsohn;
Lawn Tennis Quadrille, SmithdeaVd
Orchestra; Reading, (selected), Mr. J.
I. Macks; Sketch, Mr. D. J. Aaron;
Valse, Smithdeal's Orchestra. All of;
these were rendered superbly and to the
exquisite delight of the large audience
present. After the regular programme
had been fully carried out the party in
dulged in tho'pleasures of a hop. which
was continued until about midnight.
The entire entertainment was under the
management of Mr. Joe II. Hart,
who deserves much credit for his skill
and energy in making tho affair a bril
If you need a real good first class
cooking stove, don't fail to see the Ex
celsior Penn.. Zeb. -Vance and xew
Emerald, besides others. They are to
bo fjund at factory prices at Jacobi's,
who U the manufacturers agent, t
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Bora Throat, Swelllng-a, Kpratnn, BruUes,
liurnn, Sealda, Frt Ultra,
iyU ALL OTUEK BODILY TAI5S 1XD ACHES.
So'.l tf Drnggifta and De&lcrt ercrywhere. Fifty Cent a
boUl. Direction ia 11 Languages.
THE CHAKLEf A. VOtiELEK CO.
(StcecamuA. VOUIXLKaCO.) BalUnore, ildC5.A.
ilch 3 ly d&w.
IJIUAT DESIRABLE STORE,
Comar rrince.8 and North water Streetf,
lately occupied by II. Locb.
II. G. SHALLBONES,
men 20 21 Trustee.
City Drug Store.
NUMBER 210 MARKET STREET.
VfO CHINESE PERFUME, but somelhirg
JL better, conoiey's tioiogne, Florida water,
I irnu cu auu mil ixiic Ul xj a
material, for those who dye to lve.
j. w. tu.Nuixi:,
43" Prescriptions a Specialty.
AT 1212 MARKET STREET.
All the late Spring Styles,
And will receive them weekly and sell
( them very low.
MRS. S. J. BAKER.
men 29 lw
District Court of the United states for the
Eastern juismct oi Aortn uaronna.
In Admiralty for
wharfage and fuel.
James B. Pardee. J
Notice is hereby (riven that in obedience to
a motion to me addressed under the seat of
the District Court of the United States, for the
.District or jape ear, in tne eastern .District
Pf or.tc?lma! L.ated S? of
ii -loot T V a xt a thiB rlav a t f o ! crl ani baIvaI
the steamer Minnehaha, her tackle, apuarel
and furniture, and do detain and hold the same
ln my CU8tody until further orders of the
Court. , . ' .
lng any authority to say why the property
should not be condemned and sold in payment
Cf wharfage and fuel, are hereby notilled to
appear before the said Court to be held at Wil
mington, on the first Monday after the fourth
Monday in April, A.D. 1S8, then and there
to Interpose a claim for the same, and make
their allegations ln that behalf, showing
if any they have to the contrary.
J. B. HILL, U. S M.
Per Jos. II. N cu, Deputy.
stato of North Carolina,
. New Hanover County,
William B. McKoy. Administrator. Estate of
YYiuiam. I'ortcr, deceased.
Mai vina Porter, George Porter, Thomas
Edens and wife llcbecca Ldens.defendants.
The creditors of the estate of William Por
ter, deceased, arc hereby notified that ln pur
suance of an order passed at the Special Term
of our 8uperler Court, held on the 4th day of
Janaary,x d. iss. au creditors of the estate
or William roner, aeceasea, are nereoy noti
fied to appear before the undersigned, at his
. . .
yjg 7Ul OAJ Ok M&
jyof May, A. D. 1884. and file the
evidence or ihebr claims, or they will be pre-
Given unacr my i
hand an I eesl cf said Court
una we -m uay aiarcn
A. D. 1884.
Clerk Superior Court;
mch S9 law 0w New Hanover County.
New York & Wilmington
WILL SAIL FROM NEW YORE EVE
SATURDAY, at S o'clock. P. 1L.
BENEFACTOR.. Saturday. April 51
REGULATOR- Saturday, April 12
BENEFACTOR... Sa. tarda y. April 19
REGULATOR- Saturday, April 3G
trnf Thrones. TSOla Ladinc- and Lowest i
Throurh Rates grranteed to and irom Points
m norm ana &outn uaroimy
For Frebrht or Psasaire apply 10
H. G. 8 M A I .I.BOX ES. Sqpermtendent,
Wilmington. N. C
TXDSO. G. rGEB, Freight Axent,
S3 Bread irxy. New York.
ffU. r. CLzDX m CXJU weMTBJ
In a few
days we will be prepared
Body Brussels Carpets.
ST A FEW CHOICE PATTERNS AT LESS Til AN. VALUE .3'
We have bougnt and will (in a few
i varied stocks ever
mch 28, 1884
WE OFFER: !.
SQUIBB'S SOLUTION OF CARBOLIC Acid
quart bottles, only 35 cents..
Bromo-Chloralum, a non poisonous, I powerful
deodorizer and disinfectant
Piatt's Chlorides, an odorless disinfectant, re
liable, powerful, prompt, eheap.
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Druggist?, Market Street
mch 27 '
12 Cakes Pure Toilet Soap only 23 cents.
Butter, Butter, Butter.
VCAA LB3. NEW YORK CREAMERY
liJUU Butter. None better In the cltv.
j This Butter was bought low for cash and will
De sojc accordingly.
i JK. . .BLAIR,
Nd. 19 N. Second St, Wilmington, N. C.
mchi 15 ' .
J. L. WINNER,
-yyATCHMAKEB & JEWELLER,
j Chronometers, Fine Walches
and Jewelry repaired and warranted.
Opposite New Market. Front St. mch 22
Spring Hats and Bonnets
STRAWS, all new colors.
BEAD CROWNS from 50c to $2.50 each.
BEADED LACE 50 cts. to fl. 7 per yard.
A very large lot of "Warner nealth" and
MISS E. EARRER
mch 21 Exchange Corner,
WE GIVE BOTTOM PRICES ON
BOOTS Sc SHOES
Good bottoms to stand on. Easy wearing
goods giving solid comfort and place you on
a firm foundation. Try us and see If we can't
UCO 11. Jb Pencil & OOnS,
" mH ,Vl?TfT PRnVT T"
m. vr aw Jm mm. jt.9tm' a -mm m. m
Economy is Wealth,
-EUVE YEARS RENT WILL PUR
CHASE A HOME. Building Lots for
r u 54
sale on the instalment plan on Castle,
Church, Nun, Ann, Orange, Mulberry, Red
Seventh, Wilson, Eighth, Ninth, Dickinson,
Tenth, Wood, Bay, Eleventh, Charlotte,
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
Also, nouses ana ita lor eaie-
Aioney loajaea to tnose wuning to buini.
mch 20 ( JAMES WILSON.
UCK AND ROE 8IIAD IN ABUNDANCE.
Send orders to
W. E DAVIS Jb SON.
Proprietors of the only rejrularly
i established Fishery ln this section
5 and 10 cents Cigars,
XX Best ln the dty. are on sale.
Drugs -and Medicinal preparations of the
highest graae at
JNO. T. SCnONWALD'S,
jan 11 Drug and Precrlptlon Store
Beautifal ! Beautiful !
-jglBD CAGES THAT LEAD the Market,
lull and see for TourselL Fire Clay Chimney
vinM rvwvfc SMtml Tin Wire Phbul Ij?ht
AV m W mm -mm) w 1 1 W " 1 "
nlng Rods. " . , . w. n
PUKE wuiTJE uii. . men z
E n AVE THE FINEST ASSORT MEST
o f English and BebHom Breech Loaders
ever brought to this- market. Also a erst.
eJaM week of SkellA, Warding, Primers, Cart
n4ge tsags. ttxn cap, uaae iaga. sc. in
fact we can show a stock of Hardware. Good
goods and guarantee prices.
Successors to John Dawscn tt Co
mchU 13, aaad 23 Market Baeet
, ' - " j ; -, . I
rxea cur frtcsis oa txy axd all n-cis ! .
Kcriatwstbttt.,r'-';'"; '. ' -
Tbe time ct tie trrjtc mmX always tara
ataJie4toOieESiciw J ;l'.l"
Coannrrtcagoaa axtat be wrUtsa ca czl
oaesMeof tia paper. ; ! :
PcrsoaHtSesxnc3t b avoSlctf
r Aoi it is espedaay and parUctLlxrly csd
stooi that the Editor ioe sot alwayt eadci
the view of correspondent M g;ii4
la the editorial caiman.
I NEW AJTHlTI3E31ENTa.
to offer a full
assortment' in every
days) show one of the nicest and most
seen in this city.
R. m. PJJclWTIRE.
FIRE I FIRE I
WATER! WATER 1
Something to your Interest !
Fire ana Vatcr-Proof
I Rooiing Paint !
C. I. WRIGHT, ACT., FOR NORTH CARD LISA.
ELEVEN GOOD REASONS FOR USING OUR
. . . PAINT, . i ' .
It la guaranteed Fire ProoT. i
It is guaranteed Water Proof; '
It i3 a preservative of wood or mctabj.
It cost! less tlian ordinary paint.
It contains no o;l or acid. - '
It is nn ornament to any building.
It will etop an ordinary roof from leak
is wiu not wasa oir or stain water.
It will not crack or scale off.
If. la llirllrt onl olll In.. 1 .
any other paint. . . , "
hv It,w11 stand end cold weather. '1-..
V by do wo naint ihe kIiIr nf nnr imnntn..
andtleave the most cxpoEcd part, the rocf.
unpalnted? -. ... .71 X
If a tin or silngle roof ia ldaky, do not iro
covcrlnar. bnt nmi
MOTTS FiKE AND
We. the underslsmed. h.a
andtm roofs painted with Mott'a Patent Wa.
terand Fire Proof Paint, feel no hiit.nnn
in saying that so far it has criven Pnllrft null.
facuon, stopping leaks where nothing else did
any good. (J. II. WARWICK, (shingle).
Mr. L. D. Mott. Jr., , j ' v J'
Dear Blr.Thls is to certify that I have used
cheerfully recommend the "Motf Paint" a
we ueat rooi paint x ercr saw. - . (
L. D. Mott, Jr., Esq., .
uear eir: lour water Proof Paint.nscd on
my kitchen and stable roofs. Erlvei entire m!
faction. Both of these roofs leaked h.ullir. anil
since you applied your Paint J find no leaks,
and wo havo had, since tne work was done.
dviuo usa laiiu. i utKuiii am ous uolor
you justice, as well as vour Paint . tn mnv
that I consider It a, llrst-ciaes Iiooflng Paint.
This Paint was, by my db-ection ai'Cnabrman
of tho Public Property Committee or this
"j opi'""1 w . iarfc t one oi mo Aiarkct
Uoubcs, and it gave entire satisfaction.
T . a. uoddwtn.
Mr. L. I). Mott. Jr. It is With nloxiirn
that I add to the testimony of the exrlWi-v
of your Fire and Water Proof Paint, i The
tmroof of my printing bouse leakwl badly,
but since you applied your Iiooflng Paint, It
.naa not leaked at all, notwiutandlng somo
neavy rains nave xaiien. I cneerfully rccora-
- - o
mcna your Paint to all who have leaky roofs.
, JNO. B. EGE.
y e also refer to: J. T. Younarj- PrMldmt
Planters & Mechanfcs Bank; John Mann, At
torney at Law: F. Gallazher. Deputy collect.
or, ana j. a. uanvlck & Bro . Commintinn
Merchants. . i . i
(From Petersburg lDEX-AprE.VL, Jan. 21th.
Tjiied asu Sot, I'ousd , WAXTrsa.Thn
lets oi tne, Ji-e-uroot ouaiitics of Mr. irmt'i
focflng paint wa made on Courthouse avenue
a smau ncuso maae or dry pine covered with
a thin coat of paint, was placed under a tila
Of sliavlnsrs upon which ix calloim of ktm.
sene oil was poured and Ignltad. The flames
leaped high into the atr and burned furiously
for fory minute. Finally tho hnu v
raked from the debris and drenched with
kerosene oil, which burned &fi clean, leaving
the wood unecorcbed, as any one may see who
uas uic ennoguy to can at tlio Walthall hotel,
where It s on exhibition to-dav. Tha t blert
of the test, which on account of the caution
oi tne authorities was cot as revere as usual,
was not to prove the Impossibility of destroy
lng the box by fire: but to show that the mint
is an tSapHYe protection against the ordinary
accidents which causes lire. This was raiU)
so plain to our mind that it has bcea deter
mined to treat the roof of theLiX-ArrEAi.'i
boildlnjr to a coat of it as non aji the hoaiA Ia
remodeled. Another, and In our oplnlan,
more valuable quality of the palat is iu Im
perviousness to water, matin? H a sure irm.
dy for leaks In old Bbinglcl acd tinned root.
As a test of thi. two naoer bcxci were taiiefl
on the Inskle and keroaens oil poaicl into ono
and water into the ctner wio-cxit th niihtPKt
effect upon tbe paicr. Th3 Loxn with their
contenu caa aLo be seen at tha Walthall hotl
io-ay. A'eraocs who may h.tve leaky roof.
or Who may wUli tocnanlayaljwt Gm hmi 1 1
give Mr Mtt a call and learn from Lira abtAit
memtttcr. ay e nave no Definition ln styhi '
that he has a good article which U worthy ot -the
attention of property owners.
Orders rtraeeifollv catirfuul. Mr. c 1
Wrbrbt. the General A rent for the State. 1 at
the jurrell House, and will be t!caiod NT re
ceive order and give aU Lifonnaon teqaircd. -
A public trot, banjo a Uat rcferrcl to la tho
extract above, as bad to Ict ers burg, will bo
made in this cirr. due notice of Lima &1
place to be grrcn "hereafter.
Proprieiors for etale of North Carolina.
W. E,. S.. LATJQIER,
-OfSes-s. ZL Cor. Priaccis aaU Water Sti
Touraier ana tare I'roor 1'alnt on several
leaky roofs, and since tuoy were painted with
your Paint they have not Icnknd t n i