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"Vilminuton, N. C.
THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1883.
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trmikina. BaaaufaT relarerf alair.
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aad Cwur cora How f txiUi rvd tock
la iiurf. A U aixxit jtUa. Frloaaof
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te moil rooucn to I IILI
coanoce. It. . Lacdkrbacii jc Co..
mch 19 4tr -773 llroad tt. XewarK. N. J.
A MONTH and HOAKD for
Your.? or I-'Ullos In each count v.
P. ZlLtiLkK A co., philaiioiphlA, Pa.
Burnham's Improved Star
dard TTJEB 1 1ST E
New must rat l and iKrtpilve Cataiou
mch 36 Addro YOICK. PA.
(Immm At tba baJr.
rrorooCca a lusuriant irrowth.
Ntvr Fiils to Rattor Gray
Hair fait Youthful Color.
Carca acaJ p dlsracsml hair failing
Sv at lt'i.'V'tt.
Tb aafVaf- aurrat and brat car forConm, Bunion. At
ttofa ail rain. tnurr- comfort to th frrt. Nyvrfal'
iscura. U eeU at LrucsljCa.
Extract of Meat,
'," r Inraluable for Dyspepsia.
Ai Iilefoi TojIc fir Innlils;
YnsbalasNss Hcrf Ten
Also for naaortas; 5ouj. Saucrs and Made
nuin ocly with Uaron Llelicrv's sjna
t are In Bluolnk acrmnthe labeL
" iold by all Morckerpcrs, firrnvrs and Dnic
glst. mch W 4 w
Whollr nnllkr) artlflrll prtlruii.
. Any baok larneU la one rrmllDC
Classes of IfWT at Bttraon. ioo. at Dc(
trdt. lsoo at Philadelphia, larxc classes o
Columbia Law Miuk nts. at Yali Velleley
o&ertin, rnlTrrslty of ybd.. Mirhlcan I'nl
rerslty. Chantauquj. c.. Ate. Endor-d by
lUchard IToctor. the Scientist: Uon?v W. V
Astor, Jndah P. Henlaraln. Judp (;iIkmi Dr.
ttrown, K. IL Cxk, ltinclp.il N. Y. tato Nor
mal collet. Ac. The system I perfectly
Is perfectly taught by correspondence. lroa-
Fctns roeT rntm from
KOK. LOIS ETTE. SIT Firt have. New York.
ONWARD IS THE WORD I
rjUIE PRCXi REVIVE PAHMER ENTE S
Its THIRD VOLUME at the. following :
I subscriber. 1 jeax L2?
5 subscribers, 1 year VA
10 subscribers.-1 year 10.CC
One copy. 1 year, free to thN one sending
club ot ten.
K?nt pares, 40 columns, weekly, bendcas
(cl.axp prepaid, to i. l. ix)LK,
feb I! lUlelgh. N. C.
Valuable Lands for Sale.
KK TRACT Or LNO. LYING ONK
mle from Llacolnton, N. C conalsUaft of S3
acre. 53 acres cleared : 1 beat for cotton,
but jtlTea good crop for aU gralna. Ilaa a
brauch rnnnlor through It and a fix aprlng;
a few acres of bottom land on the branch and
30 aerts la wood, oak ad klckorf. well Unv
brml. . . . " .
r AcoUcr traftlytnjc 2U xnllea from Lln"ohr
toa. A mV from i O It- 100 asraa. S3
eJeared. Ca aprln of delUloua water, about
six acre of bottom land near It on too brarch;
1 No. 1 for tob'cen, but gTow other crops
well; "3 aercs In yellow pin and oak.
For rek and term pP'y
CKOSLV a UOIIU1S,
-- Sii J4U Auci'rs IS Htxl I'.rnkcri
Kntc-ml at the I)stomce at WllniliiSlon, N.C.,
as ixxi(l-class matter.
The Wufliinton correiondent of
th A'ew York Jlcrald nays that Con
gress will not likely adjourn until
the: middle of August, though he
Admits that with good businessman
Mftiwnt mliotiniment misht be
reached by the 1st of July.
It i understood that SenatorSher
man has arranged for ex-President
Haves to ero as a delegate to Chica-
4 - -
?o mid nreetit his name, and thus
cur Ciovernor Fraker out of all
prominence without snubbing him
by leaving him off the Ohio delega
tion. The public announcement of
this arrangement at Columbus caus
ed a great flutter in the Foraker
camp, and will only intensify the
light now gaping on in the selection
The JelTeionian Club, of Newark,
J nt a recent meeting passed
resolutions, endorsing President
Cleveland and the Mills -bill. They
also denounced Randall and bis at
tempt to cut otT tarflT reform. In
their resolutions they say: "That
the regular tarilT reform bill recent
ly introduced by Congressman Mills,
chairman of the Ways and Means i
Committor, is. in furtherance of the
bold and aggressive stand of Presi
dent Cleveland in his annual mes" I
sage, and is a model of conservatism
and moderation, wise, just, and ob.
viously framed for the purpose of re
lieving manufacturers and employes,
merchants and farmers, laborers and
consumers! alike throughout the
length and breadth of this land,
with as much regard as possible for
the rights of each and all, and with
out partiality to any class or indi
Simultaneously with the World'
diagnosis of the .Democratic outlook
in New York State for the Presi
dential and Gubernatorial cam
paign, the Trilnme gives the results
of the canvass regarding President
ial preferences of a large number of
representative. Republicans in the
live great States of New York.Penn
svlvauia, Ohio, Indiana and Min
nesota. More than 7,000 responses
were received, and though we are
told the canvass wa basetl on the
assumption that Mr. Blaine is out of
the race, nearly one-third "say they
will have him anyway, declination
or no declination."1 Chauncey M.
Depew is the lirst choice always
with the proviso that Blaine is out
of the way of 1)02 out of 7,128. He
stands third on the list, Sherman
being llrst ami with "Blaine any
how"' a close second. He leads in
The Philadelphia Times U terrible Superior Court. ofKorth Carollna-188?
he can't dive anv deeper or come up
any dirtier than he has done in his ' ueaufort-tFeB. tah. May 28th, not, seth.
3 , i eurritiicfc March oth, Sept. 3d. Ji
The latest news from Africa is
decidedly encouraging; the natives
have ceased to frv their grand par
ents, and have advanced so far that
thev use habitually Dr. miirsuougu
LSyrup, which is a sure cure for .all
In itH denunciation of Ingalls. It lstDistrict, jamesK. shepherd, of feeaufort.
says the Kansas Senator has fS;
nounced his purpose to prepare for 4th District, Walter ciark,of Wake.
the public an explanation of his re- g gggg; fsS
cent idiotic speech, and remarks: : gj' M,Jg
lfc i imnossible for Insralls to ex- mh in strict. Jesse F. Graves, of Surry.
plain his speech, either to the offend- tffipliirs
ed sense of decency that prevails j 12th District, J. 11. Mernmon, 01 uuncomoe.
rfirnmrhniit flip countrv o)r to the ! SOLICITORS. I
. ... ... istDlstrict, JehnU. mount, of Perquimans.
gallant veterans of the army. After wstrtci, Geo. 11. White. coL) of iiaiifax. ,
all his possible explanations there 'gftr
will oe sixty ouu luuuous 01 aecent
Americans to whom any explana
tion will be simply an aggravation
of the original offence. The only
possible excuse for allowing Senator
Ingalls to plunge into his nasty par
tisan mire again is in the fact tkat
7 I AND TAKE NO OTHER SEE SISNATiiRE CU EVERY BOX
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CHICHESTER CHEMALC0lS0LEPR2P.MAD43M SQ-PHXA.PA?SEE SICMATURC om eiaJVi1-10
LUUUciuChXSraSISlJl BriAaa PENSYROrALPlLLS OTHSKbI? H
Jan 18 eod ly d o
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5th District, isaac k. traynora- ui uu.iu.tu.iu
fiih District 0. 11. Allen, Qf DupUn. ft t iftVHwi
7th District; Frank McNeill, ofRichmond. gggfs SEHIHAL PASTSLiS.I
8th District, B. F. Long, of Iredell. , - kWicCtoTeTvoasDebmtyiJTccJiy
oth TifctHot,. Thosi. Settle. Jr.. of KoCKlnjrham. wvVTiQfi-.rfPh-w;lalKocaTiiiTocEi?crjia-
mth nistrict. W. IL Dower, of CaldwelL
nth iiistricf. Frank Osborne, of Mecklenburg,
12th District, James M. Moody, of Buncombe.
TIME OF HOLDING COURTS FIRST JUDICIAl.
Spuing Judge Montgomery.
perfect and fall Manly Strensrih on Vinorooa i Health.
.To thoae who snifer from tho ntnny ob3ctirodsea3 J
j PACKAGE FKE32,wh Illcst'd 1 50C. 17. VaaliCtrcet
RUPTURED persows can nsro rstai rial 01 oar ppliiinee. 2 tL4
SMnitlitalinnt K Tnivm'.iin- F.rVSmfB. OVBTtirai?l
IVark, or too free Indulgence, v asS that yoa sand UJ
roar name with statemen t of yonr troolo, ana secure
ma!7y diw ly
The nhilosophersavs: "Wise men
hesitate.11 Perhaps that is why so
few men are in haste to pay their
bills. Bonton Post.
The Wonderful Healing Properties of
Darbyg Prophylactic Fluid.
Wherever a preventing, healing,
cleansing and deodorizing injection
or wash is required use Darbys
Prophylactic Fluid. Any inflamed
surface, external or internal, treated
with the Finn! will be quickly re
lieved. It has effected cures that
had resisted the best medical skill.
New York, both as first and second
choice, ami is strong as second
choice both in Pennsylvania and
Ohio. The (iresham boom is no
where beside that of Gen. Harrison,
either in their own State or else,
where, except in Minnesota. Mlaw
ley makes a small showing. The
only State among the five in which
Allison exhibits any strength is Min
nesota. Mr. Hiscock has nearly as
large a total as Allison, but Now
York is included in the canvass,
while Iowa is not. Conkfiug has a
little less than half the streugth of
Were all wise enough to heed thisadvice In
season, a world of suffering would be avoided.
Tho best months in which to take Flood's
Sarsapaxilla, the great blood purifier, are
March April May
At no other season Is tho fcody so much in
need of, or so susccptiMc to tho benefit to be
derived from Hood's Sarsaparilla, as now.
The impoverished condition of the blood, the
weakening effects of the long, cold winter, the
lost appetite, and that tired feeling, all make
a good spring medicine absolutely necessary.
Try Ilood's Sarsaparilla and you will be con
vinced tlmt It is tho ideal spring medicine.
Sold by all druggist, gl; six for fi. Prepared only
by C. L IIOOD & CO., Apothecaries.Lowell.Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
dec lOlyr dvnrm mws2dp
Harper's B zar.
Tin "Baltimore Manufacturers' Re
cord makes a good showing for the
South in an enumeration of its farm
products. In ix recent issue it says:
Comparing the crop yields of 1870
and lt87 it' shows that the cotton
crop advanced from 3,011,990 bales
to 6,800,000 bales: corn from 249,072,
000 bushels to 492,415,000 bushels;
wheat from 33,841,000 bushels to 52,
284,000 bushels,and oats from 31,973,
000 bushels to 81,506,000 bushels, a
total increase of 3,780,000 bales of
cotton and 311,000,000 bushels of
grain. The percentage of increase
in grain productions in the South
was greater than the percentage of
gain in the rest of the country. .The
number of farm animals in the
South in 18C9 was 23,754,000 and in
1887 the number had risen to 44,830.-
000. Comparing the yields of 1879!
anu lt4 there was an increase of
1,044,000 bales of cotton and 195,259,
000 bushels of grain; the total grain
production in the South in 1887 hav
ing been C22,305,000 bushels, against
431,000,000 bushels im 1879, an in
crease of 45 per cent., while in all
the rest of- the country the increase
in grain production was only.lC,000,
000 bushels, or less than 1 per cent.,
though live stock in 1887 shows an
iucrease of value over that of 1879 of
$182,258,290, and of agricultural pro
duction of $170,968,0OG.
It li Curious Fact
That the body is now more suscepti
ble to benefit from medicine than at
any other season. Hence the im
portance of taking Hood's Sarsapar
illa now,, when it -will do you the
most good.1 It is really wonderful
for purifying and enriching the
blood, creating an appetite, and giv
ing a healthy tone to the whole sys
tem. Be sure to pet Hood"s Sarsa
parilla, which is peculiar to itself.
Haupbk's ii AZi k Is a home journal. It com
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tions with the latest Inrelllgencc regardlnp: the
fashions. Each number has clever serial and
short h tores, practical and timely essa3's,
bright poems, humorous sketches, etc Its
pattern-sheet and fashion-plate supplements
will alone help ladies to pave many times th
cost of the subscription, and papers on social
etiquette, decorative art, house-Keeping In all
Its branches, cookery, etc., make It useful in
every household, and a true promoter of econ
omy. Its editorials are marked by good sense,
and not a line Is admitted to Its columns that
could offend the most fastidious taste.
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G Oreenwich St., New York.
apl 9 lyeod dw .
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uit cf ortr-Wcrk. laiisa.tioa. et. iiS&umhoii
1 X'VO- ujSJL
nomrlpn Atnmh 15f,h. Sent. 10th.
UPasauotank March 19th. June 11th, Sept.
17th, Dec 10th. ,
Perquimans March 26th, Sept. 24tb
Cho wTan A prtl 3d. Oct. 1st. j
OatPft Anrll 9th. Oct. 8th.
Hertford April 15th, June 18th, Oct; 15th.
irohIMTtnn A nr!l i t fj I fi.
11 Wii .1piarfju..vvwi
Tyrrell April 30th. Oct. 29th.
Dare May 7th, Nov. 5th.
Hyde May 15th, Nov. 12th.
Pamlico May 21st, Nov. 19th.
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTKICT.
Stakes April loth. Aug. 6th, Nov. 12th.
Surry April 23d, Aug. 20th. Nov. 19th.
TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
spring Judge Gilmer.'
Fall Judge Clark,
nenderson Feb. 13th, July 16th.
Burke March 5tk, Aug. 6th.
Caldwell March 19th. sent. 3d.
Ashe March 26th, May 28th, Aug. 20th.
watauga April 9th, Jime 4th, Aug. 27th.
i'uwuvu xxja ia lucij., otrpe. J.UUH.
Yancey April 30th, Sept. 24th.
McDowell May 14th, Oct. 8th.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Spring Judge Boy kin.
Fall tfudge Gilmer.
fint.jiwria Ton lftth .Tulir ictVi
Alexander Jan. 30th, July 30th.J
Union 'Feb. 13th. tFeb. snth
a, Oa4- nik '
I OCUU aVLJl
ecklenburff tFeb. 27th. tAusr. 2rtri.
Gaston March 19th, Dct, 8th. t ;
Lincoln April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Cleveland Aprfl Oth, Aug. 6th,"OctJ 22d.
jwLucriuru Apni SMI, Oct. 29th.
Polk May 7th, Nov. 12th.
TWT.FTtI TTTTT'T a T nTomnTran
Spring Judge MacRae, I
Fall Judge Boykln. t
Madison Feb. 27th, July 30th, tNdv. 19th.
Buncombe March 12th. Junp ist h Aim lit h
TW. Or! . o-" 1
Transylvania Anrll 2d. sent,
Haywood April 9th, Septioth.
; Jackson April 23d, Sept. 24th.
Macon juay 7th, Oct. 1st.
Clay May Hth, OcL 8th.
Cherokee May 21st, Oct. 15th.
Graham June 4th, Oct. 29th.
Swaln-June llth, Nov. 5th. t
For criminal cases. r
tFor civil cases alone. p
For civu cases alone, except Jail cases.
CRIMINAL CIRCUIT ICOURTS.
NEW IIANOVER COUNTY.
Oliver P. Meares, Wilmington, Judge.
Jrf"; ore. Wilmington, soUcltor.
Court beglns-Jan. 2d, March 19Ul May 21st
July 16th, sept. 17th. Nov. 19th. f '
Oliver P. Meares, WUmlngton. Judse
Geo KWllson; Charlotte: Solicitorf
Court begins Feb. 13th, AprU 9th June 4th
ug. 13th, Oct. 8th, Dec iothK ' Me 4m'
Hisses Burr & Jaiues,
ILL; REOPEN THEIR SCHOOL FOR
girts andfllttle boys, on TUESDAY, Oct. 4.
The course ot instruction, as heretofore Wtn
be thorough and systematic. - ore u
Special attention given to Reading Writing
Music and Physical culture wlul
vnSf have charge of the
Hours for Kindergarten'puDiis rrom qv tn it
FOR H I
we can give so much tor the money?. Thousands say thlrm their 1cfer n
cause after plates are made it costs far less proportionately to priut Vjii'v. '
than 100,000. During its nearly fifty years' existence the . ,ua
Spring Judge Graves.
Halifax tJan. 9th, JMarch 5th, May Hth,
JNov. 12th. t
Northampton iJan. 23d, April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Bertie r erxetn, Aprusuiu, wi..saiu.
Craven t Feb. 13th, May 28th, Nov. 26th.
Warren March 19th, sepu I7tn.
Edgecombe April 16th, Oct. 15th.
THIRD "JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
Spring Judge Avery.
Fall Judsre Graves.
Pitt van. 9ih, March 19th, tJune llth, Sept
Franklin Jan. 23d, April 16th, Nov. 12th.
Wilson t Feb. 6th. June 4th. Oct. 19th.
Vance Feb. 20th, May 2lst, Aug. 20th, Oct.
Martin March 5th, Sept. 3d, JDec- 3d..
Greene April 2d, Oct. 1st. I!
Nash April 30th, Nov, 19th.
FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Shlpp.
Fall Judee Avery.
Wake Jan. 9th. tFeb. 27th, March 2(itn,
tAprll 23d, MUly 9th, tAug. 27th, 'Sept. 24th,
toct. 22d. ; f
Wayne Jan. 23d, March 12th, April I6tn,
sepr. 10th, oct. low !
narnett Feo. 6tn. Aug. etn, jnov. zuwi.
Johnson Feb. 13th, Aug. 13th, Nov. 22L
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Meirlmon.
Fall Judsre shlpp.
Durham Jan. 16th, March 26t4i, June 4th,
Granville Jan. 30th, April 23d, sept, lutii,
Nov. 26th. ft
Chatham Feb. 13th. May 7th. Oct. 1st.
Guilford Feb. 20th, May 28th, Aug. 27th',
Dec 10th. r
Alamance March 5th, May 21sf. bept. 24Mi.
Orange March 19th, Aug. 6th, Nov. 5th.
Caswell April 9th, Aug. 13th, Nov. I2th.
Person April 16th, Aug. 26th, Nov. 19th.
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Shepherd. .
FaIl Judge Merrimon. - f;
Pender-Jan. 19th, May 7th, Sept. 10th.
New Hanover t Jan. 23d, tApill 16th, tSept.
Lenoir Feb. 6th. Aug. 20th. Nov. 12th.
Duplin Feb. 13th, Sept. 3rd, Nov. 26th.
Sampson tFeb. 27th, April 30th. Oct. 8th,
Carteret March 19th, Oct. 22d.
Jones March 26th. Oct. 29th.
Onslow April 2d. Nov., 5th.
SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Phillips.
Fall Jndge Shepherd.
ColumbusJan. 16th. Anril 2d. July :d. tNov.
Anson Man. 9th, tApril 30th. 'Sept. 3d.
tNov. 26th. i
Cumberland Jan. 23di tMay 7i. July 23d
tNov. 12th. i Si
Robeson .Jan. 30th, May 21st. Aur. 20th. Oct.
1st. ' t!
Rlclmiond Feb. 13th, June 4th. Sept 17th.
Uec. 3rd. - if
Bladen March 19th, Oct. 22d. J
Brunswick Aptll 9th, Sept. 10th. H ,
Moore April 16th. Aug. 13ta, Oct. 22d.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTKICT. j
ScitiNG Judge Connor. 8
fTll .Judge Phillips.
Cabarrus Wan. 30th, April :30th. Oct. 29th.
Iredell Feb. 6th. May 21st. Ausr. tkh. Nov.
5th. . 1
Rowan Feb. 20th. May TtJi. Auk. 20th. Nov.
Davidson March 5th. June 4th. Sept. 2d.
Dec. 3d. i
liandolph March 19th, Sept. 17th. i!
Montgomerj April 2d, Oct. 1st.. i c
Stanly April 9th, Oct. 15th. y
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, ji
Spring Judge Clark. fi
Fall Judge Conner. -
Rockingham Jan. 23d, July 23d, Nov. 5Kl
Forsyth Feb. May 21st, Oct. 22d.
Yadkin Feb. 20th. Sept. 24th. il
Wilkes March 5th, April 30th, Sept. 10th.
Alleghanj' March 19th, Sept. 3d. ij
Davie April 2d. Oct. 8th. !i
A irrR5nsr A irTMrfin&&nn
has absorbed twenty-four . other aericultnral neriodlcals, and contJnrje kl
recognized authority on agricultural matters the world oyer. With the oih
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