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01 per wee. . -testis!
ratca low and liberal. :
tSbscrlbcrs will report, any and all fan
nerve their paper regularly, .
- UniUt Rpirip.m has the. "Lamest
-j- simulation, of anv newspaper
jiSnT( Billy) Seymour,
tanral of -Pinafore" in thi
a 1- r T " --r a
! l" - . " " J
' . ! i i nrr , - - I
n Carlos expresses his confidenco
j the Spanish crown win neyoive
. -;n make no farther effort Jo secure
it. - m
Mr sinzerley. the millionaire pro
ietorottbe Philadelphia Record, has
mini for houses. He .has already
,qto50in the northwestern part, ol
biladeiphia. and Intends to build 750
ffl0re. The 1,000 will be worth on an
verage about $6,000 each.
Dr. G Johnson lately told the British
jjedieal Af-s ;ciation of a patient of his,
fify-fiyj years old,! who had lived upon
mlfe a": t tor five years. He took a
pllon of milk a day, but not a particle
0f 9Dy otber food. This, treatment
cared him of Bneht's disease.
m , .
When he heard that Jay Gould was
nit elected. Senator Edmunds figured
op the amount which the Union. Pacific
j&iroad owe3 the Government, and
withdifllculty restrained a. yell that
night have teen heard yon the New
York side of Lake Champlam. !
Fere Ilyacinlhe, who. married an
American in 1872, is not popular . in
Paris, and gains only a scanty support
there by occasional lectures. The
scene ot his former glory, Notre Dame.
continues, however, to be the most
fashionable church in Paris.
Hugh Conway is so popular 'an
author in England that GO.00O copies of
b s forth coming story, 'Dark Days,"
have been ordered there. As for "Call
ed Back" it has been translated into
French, German, Italian. 4 Ncrse,
Swedish. Dutch. Roumanian and
Philadelphia has a professor" who
"blanches"1 red noses for from $5 to
20 a nose. He : first applies leeches,
i&wjranizes the nose "to restore the
iMkitj of the arterial and venous
fibres." and then applies a mould of
plaster of Paris. In less than a week
be declares that the nose has regained
its natural shape and proper color.
The shorter the tunnel the sweeter
the kiss, but the older the cold the
harder the cure. Dr. Ball's Coush
Syrup has broken many stubborn
CSUghS. . . - ' :
JUDEX TO REW ADVERTISE SHUTS.
C W Yates Something New
Comlng Ladies Base Ball Club
toulsiana State L-otterv Company
J W Cosoley Conoley'a Drug Store
'HSikbbkegeb Bookseller and Stationer.
FC miller Friends and Fellow-CltlzenB
There was no City Court this morn-
Step Ladders, ail lengths, at Jacobi's
Ifepot. -; f t
The latest count heard from in New
Tork does not add any light to Blaine's
ciances. . -
We observe quite a fine display of
Revolvers for very reasonable
prices, at Jacobins Hardware Depot, t
The Widow Butler and Belva Lock
ftod can now iutercbange letters of
tontoence md sympathy, both being
dually bereaved. -
Bo5co8 Conkiing will act as counsel
h the Democrats of New York.
ttay be presumed that this will not
with Blaine's approval.
M the grand celebration in Rateigb
61 Wednesday night there weie 35
hesmade and the average was
& minutes each. A hint to some of
Carown people. r
Thedeer which has been in the City
Bilt Park for the last two or three
tth, was not to be found this morn :
BC- He had either escaoed or been
ea daring the night.: -
The streets are dry and dusty, and
is very much needed. Cisterns
dwells are drying up; in various
ot the city and there is much in
tea lenience in consequence.
Tie revenue cutter Cotax has been
wr wharf in this ritv a number of
undergoing some needed repairs
J are now about completed and
soon be ready for Eervice
w durable coloring the walls of
ks ia beautiful tints, at little' cost,
hing equals the Mableike sold at
ikVs Depot. . . t
. . i .
VOL. VIII. W ILMINGTON. N. C. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12; 1884. NO 270
President Arthur has appointed
Thursday, the 97th inst., as a day of
national tbanksgivinz and praise.
Several o! the Governors of States have
named the same day for annual thanks
giving and among them is Governor
Cleveland nf V-t
: There is to be a grand torchlight pro
cession at Fayetteville to-night in honor
of the recent Democratic triumphs,
both State and National. Old Cumber
land did nobly in the campaign and
she has proud reasons for rejoicing.
The man who pays his hones ieb,
and does the best he can to compensate
his tellow-rdaa for favora rendered to
him, is doing well, and the man who
wears comfortable clothing bought of
Dyer, is also doing himself a creat
is now no entertainment book
ed for the Orera House during the
month of November. Negotiations,
however, are in progress for the ap
pearance of Ford's Comic Opera Com-
pany.at an early date, and it is quite
probable that arrangements will be
made by which they may be induced to
The attractions on the street this af
ternoon were two men leadine a trained
bear and a blind violinist led by a little
girl. The violinist played very well,
and suDg several popular songs, al
though we would not pronounce him
much. of a success as a vocalist. He
appeared to be quite intelligent, and
had it not been for his s'ghlless eyes,
would have been good looking. The
bear leader' were rather rough and
dirty-looking customers, but the pres
ence of the brute was sufficient to draw
a crowd of small boys.
Mr. A. S. Alderman, tne photograph
er, took a picture of the decorations
on the South side of Market street on
Thursday last and with very success
ful results. The large flag suspended
from the composing room window of
ihe Review office, 'the smaller flags
and the live roosters, the decorations
of Mr. I. Shrier's clothing store and the
picture of the three large roosters sus
pended across the street from the dry
goods house of Mr. M. M. Kalz and the
decoration of the latter, are all con
spicuous. It is a fine picture.
Blatno and ISutler.
1 rom a letter received her this
morning-from Dr. J. E. Shepherd, of
Eiizabethtown, Bladen county, we
learn that Mr. Hall, of that place, has
a snake which is a remarkable curiosity.
The'snake is about twelve inches long,
and has two perfectly developed heads,
each of which is about an inch in length.
Both heads are perfect, and both arc
supplied with tongues and eyes, which
are without blemish. It licks its tongue
out of each head, and each is entirely
independent of the other. In appear
ance it resembles what is Known as a
ground rattlesnake, but in the opinion
of Mr. Hall, it is an adder.
The Young Ladies1 Baseball Club, of
Philadelphia, played a match game on
the 10th inst., at Kaleigb, with a nine
of that city. There was a vast throng
in attendance to witness the contest
among whom were many ladies of Ral
eigh. The utmost cecorum prevailed
and there was nothing to mar the pleas
ures of the occasion. All were de
lighted and everything passed off in
first rate style. We did not learn who
were the victors in the contest. The
club will play a match game at the
Athletic grounds in this city to-mor
row afternoon with a selected nine of
These editors are always getting into
trouble and there peems to be some
body always on the lookout for the
'fiehtins editor." The last instance of
which we have heard is of Mr. E. J.
Hale, of the Fayetteville Observer, who
on account of bis fearless, determined
and effective work through the columns
nf his naner dnrinfr the campaign, has
w - 9 - -
been unmercifully caned. The cane
was of the handsome gold headed sort
and va presented him by his host of
admiring and appreciative friends. The
Observer has done yeoman service, not
only during the campaign, but at all
times when good, brave and true words
were to bo filly spoken, and we rejoice
o-rrpdintrlv that the tireless efforts of
its accomplished editor arc so well ap-
Dreciatcd- If one such caning were not
enough we should say. "Cane hi
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
Oil. 11 d"w
It is the Ashevillo Advance, and Hot
the Citizen, for which our, remarks
relative to campaign equibs was in
tended " .
The Cape Fear Steam Fire Engine
Company.with their engine. was out fnr
regular monthly-practice at the foot of
Market street for awhile this after
We hear of one Republican, who is
very confident that Blame is elected
and that the vote of New York will be
counted in his favor and is betting on
that result, but he will stake only $1
o $10. which does not look as if ho
was boiling overwith confidence-
Nor. barque Kallisto. Ugland. clear
ed to-day for Amsterdam with 1 754
bales cotton, valued at 882.158, shipped
by Messrs Alex Sprunt & Son. Scbr
Seventy-Six, Montgomery, cleared for
Le Moule. Guadaloupe, with 147,600
feet lumber, valued at $1,992.60, ship
ped by Me3srs A. D. Strauss & Co.f
making a total of exports foreign
amounting to $84,150.fi0.
Good materials properly porportioned
which are the essential requisites .in
Ready mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using the N. Y. Enamel Paint
sold at Jacobi's Depot. t
supreme Court Opinions.
In the Sapreme Court at Raleigh on
Monday, the justices delivered opin-
ions, in case3 heretofore argued,
John H. Strauss vs, Norris Frederick,
executor, et als. tromj Duplin; error;
new trial awardea.
S.ate vs. Anderson Jones, from
Duplin ; error; new trial awarded.
A. D. V addell, administrator, vs.
Fred. J. Swann, from Moore; error:
new trial awarded.
A. D. W addell, administrator, vs.
Fred. J. Swann, from Moore; error;
new trial awarded.
There wa3 a union meeting held on
Sunday afternoon last at the First
Baptist Church, colored, at which six
churches were represented, as follows:
The First Baptist Church, colored, Rev.
A. M. Conway, pastor; Edenezer
Church colored. Rev. Fennell,
pastor; Shiloh Church, colored, Rev.
Williahi Deyane, pastor; Enoch's Chap
el, colored, Rev. H. J. Dorset, pastor;
Bethel Church, colored. Rev.
Smith, pastor, and Ninth and Wooster
Street Church, colored. Rev.
King, pastor. The meeting was en
tirely harmonious, and as it was the
occasion when the divisions and dissen
sions which had existed for a long time
were buried, it was a season of gen
eral rejoicing and universal good feel
To every Housekeeper a good j
substantial cook stove is an important j
necessity and our readers will find the j
best at Factory prices at Jacobi's
Hardware Depot. f
Capt. F. G. Robinson is still sick and
confined to the house.
Rev. Dr. Pritchard left the city Mon
day morning to attend a meeting ot
the trustees of Wake Forest College,
which was held yesterday. He is now
in Raleigh in attendance, as a delegate
from the First Baptist Church of this
city, upon the Baptist State Convention
which assembled in that city this morn
ing. He will return in season to occu
py bis pulpit on Sunday next.
Mr. J. I. Macks returned to the city
last night from Baltimore and the
North, where he has been ever since
the day of election. He was in New
York for one day only, the remainder
of the time having been passed princi
pally in Baltimore. He says that the
election ot Cleveland is almost univer
sally conceded by Republicans as well
as by Democrats, and the question is
so definitely settled in their minds that
there is but little political excitement
and that business now claims the at
tention of men. Mr. Macks was in
Baltimore on Saturday last and wit
nessed the business men's celebration
of the victory, audit was one of the
grandest sights he ever beheld.
The procession was composed of the
solid, substanital business men of the
'Monumental City." representing mil
lions of dollars.
'Our exchanges are badiy cut up
about the political situation, as it
stands" For cuts, bruises and the
like there is no remedy like St. Jacobs
Oil. It Conquers Pain,
The receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot op 1.191 bales.
If vour hair is rrradaally thinning and
fading, use Ayers Hair Vigor. . It
restores color and vitality.
The Grand Demonstration, j
The County Ex ecutive Committee '
the following committees fqr the Grand
Demonstration on the 20th inst., viz:
Chiet Marshal II. " McL. Green.
Finance Committee Roger Moore,
P. Hcinsberger and Jr.o. L. Cantwell.
Committee on Invitation S. H. Fish
blate. II. A. Bagg. G. W. Williams,
A. Adrian. John I). Bellamy. Jr.
Committee on Reception Roger
Moore, O. G. Parsley, Jr , L. II. Bow
den, C. H. Robinson, A. D. Brown, M.
M. Katz, Jno. R. Turrentine, Jno. D
"Committee on Fireworks, Torches
&c Gabriel Holmes, E. G. Parme.lee,
E. G. Polly. P. Donlan. Jos. F. Craig.
Jno. Fowler, Jno. W. Perdew.
Committee on Transparencies
Wilkin Roddick, P. Heinsberger, W.
M. Parker, James M. McGowan, C
Committee on Transportation T.M
Emerson, F. W. Clark, John F. Di
vine, II. C. McQueen, D. G. Worth,
C. S. Love.
Committee on Music James Wil
son, Ij. j. utterDourg, b'mon banders.
W. L. DeRosset, Jr., David Mitchell.
For the Grand Celebration which is
to take place hero on the 20th inst.,
Chief Marshal II. McL. Green ap
points the follow assistants:
O A Wiggins. Chief on Staff.
Assistants Col Roger Moore, Willie
Jones, Josh T James, Capt John F
Divine, W W Hodges, Nv F. Parker,
Capt Charles Mnrphy, W II Strauss.
G W Borneman. G J Boney, Capt A A
Moseley, Benjamin Farrow, Jr, R E
Heide. E G Parmelee, John G Olden
butt el, Col John L Cantwell, George F
Alderman. Sam Bar Jr. A R Camp
bell, John A Cor belt, W T Meadows.
David Pratt, Capt F W Kerch ner, A D
Brown, A Adrian,. M J
Corbett, Capt W P Oldham, George
W Kidder, James. W Jackson,
E J Lilly, John L Maffitt, John Haar,
Jr., Rcbert H McKoy, C B Fennell, J
G Darden, Joseph Everett, J C Davis.
William Bell, W II Yopp. Thomas H
Wright, Frank Stedman. J W Taylor,
W ACumming,T W Strange, S H
Morton, Frank Maunder, R L Allen,
H P West, E W Manning, W F Alex
ander, John E St George, J II Horne,
J W Hewett, N F Nixon, Mike Carroll,
L II Bowden, J B Rhodes, W J Mott,
C II Schuiken, John D Bellamy, John II
Hanby, John S Bordeaux, Jos II Hanby,
John H Pugh, William Stokeley. II II
Kasprowicz, William Gilchrist, P T
Dixie. John Walton, John Sharp
James Hicks, Joha King, George
Branch, James Daniels, John L Boat-
wright, (XM Harriss, Albert Gore, A
Shrier, David Greenewald, SH Fish-'
blate, C W Worth and John D, Woody. !
of New Hanover.
Capt W S Norment and N A Mc
Lean, Lumberton ; D CovingtoD, Mon-
roc; J a iegrana ana o it onaw
Rockingham ; Capt V V Richardson
and Shade Wooten, White ville; J C
Tipton Lincolnton: Col H C Jones,
W W Fleming. S B Alexander, Gen R
D Johnston and Capt Roster, Char
lotte; A H Boyden, Salisbury; D C
Winston, Windsor; Cap R P Paddison,
J T Foy, Maj C W McClammy, and
Dr E Porter, Pender county; F M
Moore and George McKeithan, Bruns
wick; A V Wood and Philemon Hol
land, Newbern; E Murrell and
Col J S Taylor, Onslow ; John
L Bridger, ' Jr, and O C Farrow
Tarboro; W B Glenn and E A Old
ham, Winston; A B Williams, J B
Smith. A A McKeithan, A II Worth
and E J Hale Fayetteville; EF Lamb,
Elizabeth City; D C Waddell and
Richmond Pearson, Ashevitle; Julian
SCarr, Durham ; Capt R B Davis, JG
Hall and Dr G H West, Hickory; Capt
J B Hussey, Greensboro; Capt S A
Ashe and E B Bar bee. Raleigh; Frank
Borden and E A Alderman, Golds
boro: J C Marshall. J M Wall
and J A Leak, Jr. Wadeboro;
John D Davis and C. R Thomas. J r..
Btaufort; D H McLean, J A Green and
Daniel Stewart, Lillington; W E Mur
chison. Jonesboro. Moore Co: Thad R
Manning, Henderson; Col T -Brown
Venable, Oxford; Mai T D Love, E II
Moore, W J Parker, P L Cromartie
and John Munroe, Bladen Co; O H
Allen, Dr. Mat Moore. J G Kenan
and W J Boney, Duplin Co; Col
Paul B Means, Cabarrus Co;
Capt Jessie Hinnant. Johnston county;
Capt E D Browning, Halifax county ;
and . Samuel Pemberton, Stanley
. - .-. - .Chief Marshal.
The lino of march' will be announced
indue" time? v - '
J WILL US AT EURKHIMKV3 OLD
STAND. SATCBDAT, NOV. 13;h. to' receive
taxes. Parties ! Wilmington rlil attend
- nov 12 St
1-astoprorttinUy Tiitboncost. .
K. W. TA X LOK, Sheriff.
Brans wick County
Conoley's Drug Store.
216 MABKRT STREET.
E WILL- P AIT THE l QWK RRn
wiiii Conolej's Toe Pby&tc. voxe SUCH, and
Gouj?h Mellcloe. Jfo brush neoded.
Conolev'a Cologne t ho best:
Prescriptions tjom the beet Dmgs .
. Come and see me --
nov 12 j. W. CONOLEV.
IHE rODXfi LADItS BASE BALI CLUB
WILL PLAY A
MATCH GAME WITH THE KECBEATIOX
CLUB, OF THIS CITY,
. OS THE ATHLETIC GROUNDS,
THURSDAY, ISth inst.
Aiiml'tion 25 cents; Children 15 ceets.
Came will be called at 3 o'clock p. m. pre
cisely. . nov 12 It
Capital Trlze $150,000.
Wedohefdy certify that toe. supervise the
arrangements for all the Monthly and Sumy
Annual Drawings cf The Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, und in person manage and con
trol the Drawings themselves, and that the
tame are conducted vrith honesty, fairness, and
in good faith toward ail parties, ana' ice author
ize ihe Company to use this certificate, toilh fac
similes of our signatures attached, in its adver
"JJNPRECEDB1STED ATTRACTION !
OVEE HALF MILLION DISTRIBUTED !
Louisiana State Lottery
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by the Lea
Islature for Educational and Charitable pur
poses with a capital of f 1.000.000 to -winch a
reserve fund of over $550,000 has since been
By an overwhelming populai tote Itsfran
dse was made a part of the present 8tat
Constitution adopted December 2d. A. D.,1879.
Its Grand Sin ole Number Drawings will
take place monthly. It never scales or post'
pones, look at the following Distribution:
175th Grand Monthly
KXTRAORDINARV SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING,
At the Academy of Music, New Orleans,
Tuesday, December 1G, 1884.
Under the personal supervision and manage
mont ot -
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, ami
Gen. JtJBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
Capital Prize $150,000.
9W Notice Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves, $5. Fifths, $3. Tenths $ 1.
usr or THIZES.
1 CAFIIAIi PHIZE Of $150,000
1 Grand Prize or 60, oo. .
1 Grand Prize or 20.000. .
2 Large Prizes or 10,000..
4 Large Phizes or 5,000. .
20 Prizes or l.coo..
50 " 500.
100 V 300..
200 ' 200..
1,000 M 60..
100 Approximation Prizes of $200.... $20,000
100 " 100... 10,000
100 " 75.... 1,KQ
2.279 Prizes amounting to... $522,500
Application xor rates 10 cjuds buouiu uc xucvjc
only to the office of the Company In New Or
For further Information, write clearly, giv
ing fall address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
iloney Orders, or Kew York Exchange in or
dinary letter. Currency by Express (ail sums
of $5 ard upwards at onr expense) addressed
New Orleans, La.
Ot M. A. DAUPHIN,
607 Seventh St., Washlnjrtois. D. C
Make P. O. Money Orders payable and ad
dress Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BiSK,
sot 12 New Orleans, La,
Call and See
rpn03E ELEGANT FRUIT PRESERVES.
We gut ran tea ihem to be pore, and the flavor
as If put up at home. A trial la all we ask.
Canned Goods of j 11 kinds, Prunea.Currants,
Pickles, fried Beef, orange and Letnuns.
B&klag Powdes loo rumerous to mention.
Jellies, Crackers, the best of Cheese, Hams
and 8ugar Corel Shoulders, Coffees roasted
Jiy steamer tomorrow Mocha t ouee.
We do not Tag on all Fkmr, but we put the
CUPERLiTIVh. 8gini any to the market.
Parties wishing Pieaenrea at retail- will
please send dlabea.
aept3 F. G, Jl N. ROBINSON. r
Weighed by the Scales !
jND BY A STEAD(I)MAN. We are cot
found wanting when you call foTa god COOK
STOVE or a HEATiR, nor anything else In
onr line. -
PARKEU TAYLOR. .
PURE WniTK OIL. i nov 10
10 yaatrattoa, thm nl'. ir.4 wri urn.
or UT tMH,nitl bTNLRVITA.
Blroar UiUi tkl it viU car tmr cms jcoapt. m I h4 up
aay amScrv triai ff.x
mm racipt mt U 9tm tot
Tf trin ta ta rtcclvo coaaisScaUoa
from oux frlea&i cn any asi an iczjcjr;
KsncrallatsrestbBt,,, ..:"'", . -
The name cf tie wrttcr bxi aivrays bI
fcfchaitotlieMiav . " '
Comiacnlcatlcns must be written ca ca
os9 side ot tbd paper. . - 1
Ad It la especially and ptrtlcxjUTly tide
tood ttat the Editor doea net alvry enfici
the views of correspondent ax ! ttct
In the editorial eaiascna.
NEW AD VJBHTIS K2IKNTS.
Si H. Trimble,
OTOCK ASD REAL ESTATE EHOKEJt
nd AceUonecr of (;fnnni nrwh.ic
tjery desrrlDUoa. tCie corur trlnoess and
P.ltireTt ..Cron.,y Mo rIs, okl Hand.
, al antloa given to sale of hor.ee and
veni'lea at-private s'o or at auction. Con.
SETU W. IAVfi.
sept 22 .
Excursion to Mt. Holly, N.tJ.
rjpilE MT. HOLLY IMPROVEMENT COM-
y NY'A EXCURSION will lve WllmlDK
ton, Blondar, Nov.1T. at 7 IV m.. vla coroU
na Ccnuai U. u AH th e Intrtstcd and
urs roaa of iviihn UitmselvCi or anexce lent
oppntunityto l i'c:-t lo a paving enterirUe
will I'Kise confer with
JOS U. HART.
. . . t'ompanv'e ArcnL
Kfiucif. ai ivafprowi oi l c tpr atALd.
nov 11 6t-
Wjiiu'Dtoa. N. C.
Another Large Invoice
QF ZaPHYR3 AND ALL THE VAE10U3
Wools iu use ALL COLO lt3. - . -
Children', Misses and taJics Jcrec vs.
Fancy Hairpins, Hat Oin&mects, Ac
Milliuerj Full 6tock,!Hats, Ponnela, Vcl
Tets, Keatbers. Elrds, &c.
StawpiBgdone In latest des'ms.
Felt Alt colors, EMer Down, Pluih, &c.
MISS K. KAKREK.
nov 11 Exchansa Cornerv
FEW TABLH! BOARDERS CAN BE
accommodated by me. Table furni .hed whh
the best the market affords an! terms very
reasonable. MK3. MT. E. MA0.
100 .' refc St., between Front arfdkccond.
nov s lwk .
Book-Seller and Stationer,
" DEALER IN
PIANOS AND ORGANS, FANCY GOODS,
GUITARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, BAN
JOS, STRINGS, 4c.
Jlenj. W. Davis,
(Formerly with W. E. Davis & Son, Wllmlne-
99 Barclay St. New York,
General Commission Merchant
JEALER IN COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ap.
pies, Game. Fish, Terrapins, Egfri and Chick-end-
Highest market prices, and prompt re
turns guaranteed. A trial Is al! I ask.
IJfr b permission to E. E Barm ss, Presi
dent FlrstNatlonal Bank of Wilmington, N.C.;
Messrrs J. 11. Chadbourn & Co.; btcara Saw
Mills; P. L. Bridgers A.Co.. Grocers; P. Cum
ming & Co., Grain and Feed dealers; Davis A
Southern Produce a Sneclaltv. - - -
oct 1 6m .
QF MILLINERY, -
AT MRS. E. A. LUMSDEN'S,
ON FIDAY, NOV. 14th.
All tho LATEST NOVELTIES of thceeaton.
nov 10 ft
Stores for Rent u ,
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICES
above now occupied by Messrs.
U. Johnson A Co.
St"re and offices above now occu
pied by A. Dome land t.
Both on North Water st. ; between rupees
and Chestnut. Apply to
aug IS btw copy 3t DEROS3ET A CO.
WILillNGTON 4 WELDON R. R. CO.,
W ILMINGTON, N. C, NOV. 1st, 1SS4.
rpiIE FOBTY-NINTH ANNUAEdEETINO
or the Stockholders of the Wilmington k. Wel
don Eailrwul Company will be beU attte
Office of the Company In Wllmlogton, , on
Tuesday, the 18th of November, lfiSi . '
nov 3 Mm J. W. THOMPSON, feet'
WILMINGTON, C OL. & AUG. R, 1L CC. .
WixauxoTOjr, X. C.or.lst.
rjHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stock
holder of tfce Wllmlagton, ColamW & An
gu&ta Railroad Company, will he beld at the
OSce of tbe Company, Jn Wllaslegton. on
Taesiay, Ui9l?tl03tt. ' , " ' -'
nov 3 tdci J. W. TnOMPQ.V, EerA'y
Old North State Forever.
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