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Ita mala InrxedienU are raw beef and Doflri
Port Malt Whi-ier, and it Simulate th encr
giea &a4 buCds cp th tiuaei as nootLer bcuu
discovery hu ever doae.
MI an a rmbjterian clcrgyraan aud a Doo
tor of Dirinity, but I am not afraid to recoin-
rand "DnSf Malt WLiakeyaisd Dn-Xy'a tor
xaula as the pnreat and most cfticicLt prepara
tfeaa I know of and ay experience is a Lvrge
cae." Err. U. Hills,
. ! Prince too, Lowa.
? Dnffy Formula ia for aal by all drugiata
Enddtalen. Pric. tl per bottle.
j newspaper, caoie company or wo- s 'ior court, of Nortu daroUna-isss
luwresiea in u, judges.
Josil T. James, Editor & Prop'r.
Wilmington. N. C.
I ldftn is iu anv way
either directly or indirectly."
SATURDAY, MARCH 31,-1883.
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W don't know what we eat now
adavM and it it well, perhaps, that
we do not, our ood appetites might
not be o plentiful as they are now
In a recent investigation by the
House Committee on Agriculture
one of the witnesses stated that he
had seen the unwashed entrails of
hogs used in prime bteaui lard.
! In nn v wnv hare or niannpr lf r. ?trii nistrlct. II. O.
fi.... t- j- if v.. ,?-,i, - f Ath nistrlct. W
i a uuiu to a aa m w w- cv ' at
is more likely that he does not be
lieve it, but takes that plan to throw
dust in the eves of the public. It is
a cuttlefish trick,butit won't work."
C. De Castro, president of the Com
mercial Cable Company, said: "If,
Mr. Gould referred to this company
he was absolutely wrong. Thecoma
nanv had nothing whatever to do :
So far from having driven tele
phone rivalry from the field, the re
cent decision of the Supreme Court
over which Mr. Hell and his friends
rejoiced will result in creating only
u stronger opponent tnan lie nas
ever before encountered if thenluims
of J. W. Honta, of Philadelphia, can
be sustained. Jn April last Mr.
I lion La secured patents for a tel
Phone in which an intermittent or
pulsatory current is employed in the
traiiMJi!sion of speech, air. Heirs
distinctive claim is that he employs
a continuous current, 'having found
it impossible to operate a telephone
by a make-and-break system. Tile
Supreme Court decided in his favor
upon that distinctive claim. The
logical result of such a decision, ac
cording to Mr. Bonta, is that his
telephony is the only possible rival
to Bell's. He says that he is ready
to enter the Jfield at once. Experi
ments have shown that the tick of a
watch 'can be heard through this
telephone over a distance of live
miles, ami conversation can be car
ried oil in the most natural tones of
voice ami heard with great distinct
ness. Jay (iotild said recently in New
York that his greatest enemies were
a newspaper, a cable company and
a woman. The two Hrst were easily
located iu the Herald and the Com
mercial Cable Company aud now
the New York correspondent of the
Baltimore Sun tells who the woman
is. He says:
Jay Gould's extraordinary asser
tion that "a newspaper, ix cable
company and a woman1' were the
iutluences back of the attempt to
have Russell Snge and himself in
dicted is the sensation of the hour.
Although Mr. Gould's actions and
utterances have frequently absorb
ed a large share of public interest,
no part of that' interest has ever be
fore been aroused by a "woman in
the case." Jay Gould's domestic
life has always been clean and above
reproach, and whatever scandal
there may be in the present Jn
stance, it may reasonably be "as
sumed that it concerns Mr. Gould
only indirectly anil as a third party.
It is this phase of the matter that
gives a deeper significance to Mr.
Gould's allusion to "a woman" than
ordinary social scandals possess.
Who is the woman? is the eager
query that has been agitating news
paper readers generally. In Wall
street to-day this query actually
supplanted "in interest the oft-repeated
question, "What about Mis
souri Pacific?"' In the absence of
other information on the subject the
exixJanatiou given in this morning's
Suni. c, that the mysterious wo
man was the divorced wife of A. L.
Hopkins, second vice-president of
the Missouri Pacific Railroad was
received with a general feeling of
credence. Most men about town
knew how sturdily Mr. Gould es
poused the. cause "of Mr. Hopkins
when the latter's wife brought her
first suit for divorce in this city, and
it has long been a matter of club talk
that Mr. Gould's influence forced
Mrs. Hopkins to abandon her
criminal complaint and content her
self with a California divorce on the
ground of desertion. There is but
one opinion regarding the "news
paper and the cable company" al
luded to. The Herald and the Com
mercial Cable company are unques
tionably the concerns meant. But
Mr. Gould after whetting the public
appetite for scandal, declines to
gratify that appetite at present. He
intimates that there may come a
time when it will be necessary for
him to speak more fully aud expose
the persons who he declaresjwere en
gaged in a conspiracy agaiust Mr.
Sage and himself. Persons who are
in Mr. Gould's confidence guardedly
admit that Mrs. Hopkins is the
woman" referred to. They will
make no defiuite or anthoritive
statements, but they deal freely in
intimations and mysterious outgiv
ings. It is asserted that Mr. Hop-j
Kins desires to injure uoufd from
motives of revenge, and that sh in
duced one or two very prominent
aud influential men to act as her in
struments. Que of these "instru
ments" is occasionally- mentioned by
name (sub rosa) by. Mr. Gould's
friends. He is one of the most in
fluential politicians in the country,
and at present holds a very high po
sition in the federal government. It
was this person, it is alleged, whom
Mr. Gould's lawyers threatened to
expose unless Mrs. Hopkins discon
tinued her first suit for divorce,
which was brought on the ground
of infidelity on the part of her hus
band. William H. Delancy, the attorney
for the Kansas Pacific bondholders
in the criminal nroceedimr against
Gould and Sage, said that the story
about a "newspaper, a cable com
pany and a woman" was all news to
him. "I never knew of any such
forties being interested in the case,
ie aid that the suit was brought
by foreign bondholders, and no
with the action
Gould and Sage."
Sound Advice We conscieniousl y
recommend our readers to try Sal
vation Oil in all cases of rheuma
tism. Sold by all druggists for
cents a bottle.
A Taking Fellow The photo
The irirl who loves William never
asks Her father to foot her Bill.
Can a blind man be held liable
for a bill which he accepted payable
Now is the time to put your lawn
in orrler--and to form a lawn 'order
league, as it were. Lincoln Journal.
Clncagoans are thoroughly alarm
ed by the painters' strike. They
fear an art - famine. New Haven
If March goes out like the modern
stvle of lion, it will be in a spring
wagon painted red. Milwaukee
A girl stepped into a jeweler's and
asked for a pair of "consistency
bracelets." Somebody had told her
that consistency was a je el.
Does it nav to be crood?" some-
bod v asks, and the impulse of every
holv else is to answer: it noes, ii
there is any danger of being caught.
Raw onions are now eaten to cure
v a a 0 t
insomnia. Where it iaus to cure
husband or wife it will at least keep
the other awake for company, and
that's some consolation.
Don't Get Caught.
This spring with your blood full of
mpurities, vour digestion impaired,
your appenie poor. Kidneys aim
liver tornid. ami whole system liable
to be prostrated by disease but get
yourself into good condition, ami
ready for the changing and warmer
weather, by taking Hood's Sarsa
... . i ii . i
narilia. ir sramis unequalled ior
purifying the blood, giving an appe
tite, and for a general spring medicine.
Be Sure to Get Hood's
SarsaparUla, my child. See that they do not
give you anything else. You remember it is
the medicine which did mama so much good a
year ago my favorite
Nearly everybody needs a good spring medi
cine like Hood's SarsaparUla to expel Impuri
ties which accumulate in the blood during the
winter, keep up strength as warm weather
comes on, create an appetite and promote
healthy digestion. Try Ilood's SarsaparUla
and you will be convinced of Its peculiar
merits. It is the ideal spring medicine re
liable, beneficial, pleasant to take, and gives
fall value for the money. , Be sure to get
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by C L nOOD & CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
dec 10 lyr (Urwnrra mwsSdp
1st District, James K. snepnenr, of Beauioru
I'miups. oi .tqgecoinue.
Connor, of Wilson.
alter Clarfc,of Wake.
5th District, John A. calmer, of Guilford.
rh District. E T Boy an. of Sampson.
-Th District. James C. ilacllae, Cumberland.
8th District, W J. Montgomery, of Cabarrus.
th Dlstncr, jesse t uraves, or surry.
inrh District. Alphonso C. Avery, of Burke.
nth District, Wm. M. Shipp, of Mecklenburg.
12th District, J. U. Merrimon, of Buncombe.
1st District, John n. Blount, of Perquimans.
2nd District, Geo. n. w nite. (col) oi uaaiax.
1 3rd District, D. worthington, of Martin.
At h Dlsfriet. T. M. Arvo. of Wake.
5th District, Isaac K. Strayhorn. o Durham.
th District, o. n. Allen, of Duplin, j
7th District, Frank McNeill, of Kichmond.
Mh District. B. F. Lonsr. of Iredell. 4
9th District, Thos. Settle. Jr., of Rockingham.
inth District. W. II. Bower, of CaldwelL
11th Districf, Frank Osborne, of Mecklenburg.
lth District, james ju. jiooay, oi isuncoma-,
TIMB OF HOLDING COtTRTS FIRST JCDICIAI
Spring Judge Montgomery.;
Fall Judge MacRae.
Beaufort t Feb. t3ih- May 28th, Non 2Gth.
ourrituck March oth, Sept. 3d.
'nrnripn March 12th. Sept. 10th. '
....... 1- binnt. inth Tuna lltli Conl
1 1 krasuuuwujk jiaitu iviu. iuu, .
17th, Dec 10th.
Ferquimans Aiarcu sum, ssepu znu -Chowan
April 2cL Oct. 1st.
Gates April 9th, Oct. 8th.
Hertford April 15th, June 18th, Oct. 15th.
Washington April 230. Oct. 22d. V
Tyrrell April 30th. Oct. 29th. :
Dare May 7tb. Nov. 5th. B
Uyde May 15th, Nov. 12th. ;;
Pamlico May 21st, Nov. 19th.
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT..
Spring Judge Graves. p .
Fall Judge Montgomery. i
Halifax tJan. 9th, $March 5th, May 14th,
Nov. 12th. i'
' Northampton tlan. 23d, April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Bertie Feb. 6th, April 20th, Oc. 29th.
Craven tFeJ). 13th, May 28th, Nov. 26th.
Warren March 19th, sept. 17th. v
Udgecombe April lfith, Oct. 15th. r .
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT, :
Spring Judge Avery. H
Fa ll J udge ( i raves.
Pitt 'Jan. 9th, March 19th, tJune 11th, Sept
Franklin Jan. 23d. April 16th, Nov.? 12th.
Wilson Xi eo. 6th, juneun, oct. i9tn.
Vance Feb. 20th, May 21st, Aug. 20th, Oct.
Martin March 5th, Sept. 3d, JDec- 3d.
Greene April 2d, Oct. 1st. v-.
Nash April 30th, Nov, 19th. a
FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. ),
Spking Judge Shlpp. j
Fall Judge Avery.
Wake Man. 9th. tFeb. 27th, 'March 20th,
tApril 23d, 'July 9th, tAug. 27th, Sept. 24th,
Wayne Jan. 23d, March 12th, April lGth,
Sept. 10th, Oct. 15.
Harnett Feb. 6th, Aug. 6th, Nov. 2Gth.
Johnson Feb. 13th, Aug. 13th, Novt 22d.
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Merrimon.
Fall Judge Shlpp. c
Durham Jan. 16th, March 26th, June 4th,
Oct. 15th. .
Granvllle-Jan. 30th, April 23u, Sept. 10th,
Chatham Feb. 13th, May 7th. Oct. 1st.
Guilford Feb. 20th, May 28th, Aug. 27th,
Alamance March 5th, May 21sf, Sept. 24th.
Orange March 19th, Aug. 6th, Nov. 5th. j
Caswell April th, Aug. 13th, Nov. 12th.
Person April 16th, Aug. 26th, Nov. 19th. j
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Shepherd. s
Fall Judge Merrimon.
Pender Jan. 19th, May 7th, Sept. 10th.
New Hanover t Jan. 23d, tApril I6th, 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 26fh, Oct, 29th.
Onslow April 2d, Nov. 5th.
SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Phillips.
Fall Judge Shepherd.
Columbus Jan. 16t h, April 2d. July 3d, tNov.
Anson Man. 9th, tApril 30th, Sept. 3d.
tNov. 26th. , i
Cumberland Jan. 23d, tMay 7th, July 23d
Robeson .Ian. 30th, May 21st. Aug. 20th, Oct.
Richmond Feb. 13th, June 4th, Sept 17th.
Bladen March 19th, Oct. 22d. . :
Brunswick April 9th, Sept. 0th.
Moore April 16th. Aug. 13th, Oct. 22d.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. j
Spring Judge Connor." 4
Fall Judge Phillips. ?!
Cabarrus Man. 30th, April 30th. Oct. 29th.
Iredell Feb. 6th, May 21st, Aug. 6th, Nov.
Rowan Feb. 20th, May 7th, Aug. 20th, Nov.
Davidson March 5th, June 4th, Sept. 2d,
Randolph March 19th, Sept, 17th. :'.
Montgomery-April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Stanly April 9th, Oct. 15th.
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. ;': '
Cleanses the Nasal
Pain and Inflam
mation, Heals the
Sores, Restores the
Senses of Taste and
TRY TIIK CURfHAY-FEVER
A particle Is applied Into each nostril and is
agreeable. Price 50 cents at druggists; by
mall, registered. 60 cents. ELY- BROTHERS.
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ENEltAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In country Pro
duce, Groclertes. Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Ci
gars, Ac No, 8 North Water street,
. Wilmington, N. C.
Consignments solicited. Highest prices paid
for all kinds ot Country Produce.
JgEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. '
RIMS, SPOKES, WHEELS.
COOKING AND II EATING STOVES.
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ault ef Tcr-Work. ladcritlsa, etc, address w
Spring Judge Clark.
Fall Judge Connor.
Rockingham Jan. 23d, July 23d, Nov. 5th.
Forsyth Feb. 6th, May 21st, Oct.'Sd.
Yadkin Feb. 20th, Sept, 24th.
Wilkes March 5th, April 30th, Sept. 1,0th.
Alleghany March 19th, Sept. ;jd.
Davitt April 2d, Oct. 8th. U
stokes April 16th. Aug. 6th, Nov. 12th.
Surrj April 23d, Aug. 20th. Nov. 19th.
TENTH JUDICIAL" DISTRICT, jf
Spring .Tudge Gjlmer.
Fall Judge Clark.
1 Ienderson Feb. 13th, July leth.
Burke March 5th, Aug. 6th.
Caldwell March 19th, Sept. 3d. vi
Ashe March 26th. May 28th. Ausr. 20th.
Watauga April 9th, June 4th, Aug. 27th.
Mitchell April 16th3, Sept. loth. h
Yancey April 30th, Sept. 24th.
McDowell May 14th, Oct. 8th. !;
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Spring Judge Boykin.
Fall Judge Gilmer. S
Catawba Jan. 16th. July 16th.
Alexander Jan. 30th, July 30th.l &
Union 'Feb. 13th, tFeb. 20th, Sept. 17th,
' Mecklenburg tFeb. 27th, tAug. 27th.
Gaston March 19th, Oct. 8th. f
. Xincoln April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Cleveland April 9th, Aug. 6th, OctJ-22cL
l Rutherford April 23d, Oct. 29th.
: Polk May 7th, Nov. 12th. .
TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
. Spring Judge MacRae, S
Fall Judge Boykin. i
Madison Feb. 27th. July 30th, tNov. 19th.
Buncombe March 12th, June 18th, Aug.l3th,
Transylvania April 2d, Sept. 3d. i
Haywood April 9th, Sept 10th. 9
Z Jackson April 23d. Sept. 24th. 8
Macon May 7th, Oct. 1st. 1
Clay May 14th, Oct. 8th. S
Cherokee May 21st, Oct. 15th. 1 ;
GrahamTune 4th, Oct. 29th. l;
Swain-June llth, Nov. 5th.
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