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Superior Courts of North Carolina 1888
'An Imperative Necessity.
i Whnl: nnrn air Is to n.n tin tion.lt liv - JTrnriws
locality, what spring: cleaning is to lst District, James E. Shepherd, of Beaufort.5
losn. T. Jamks, Editor
Othf? neat housekeeper, so is Hood's 2nd District, Fred Phillips, of Edgecombe.
& PropV. tioonariiia to evervbodv nr this 3rd District, H. G. Connor, of Wilson. -
aarsaparuia u everyooay, 9 nis 4th District, Walter Clark,ol Wake.
A lie uouy ueeus to oe luor-
A.A.-Halaal aiealncltia. jnilk H1".
It. It. f i-mla. Lameoni. Ubranatimn.
Jl.p. Bataar t-.raaa. erai.
F. F. Calleer irlpa, Bellyache.
! oaghly renovated, the blood puri
fled and vitalized; the germs of dis-
lease . destroyea. ecroiaia,' csaii
Rheum, and ajl other blood disor-
larti ni-n mired hv HoodV Sarsnnar-
Entered at the Tost office at Wilmington, N.O, fhA tnftsf. normlar and sness
as seoona-ciass mauer. . ,V7 r A v ,
j ful spring medicine.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
MONDAY, APRIi, 2, 188$T
5th District, John A. Gilmer, of Guilford.
6th District, k r uoyian, or aampsonu
7th District, James C. MacRae, Cumberland.
8th District, w J. Montgomery, of Cabarrus.
J. i.-lcarrlae. Ileaaarr
II. U.-l riaary a4 KldaeyD
J. I, V raatlve Ieae Ma
. K.-Llaa-a fDlsestlea.
Price. Scle Bottle (over 90 doMtX - .CO
Held br DrartUtai r
, Bent Prepaid aa Berelet af Price.
Harophrays' Med. Co.. 105 Fulton SL. H. Y.
SPECIFIC llo.fi O
3) rr. The odtt roeeeexfol rmt4j for
Tli Lost Louisiana mine at Hear
City. Ark., has a romantic history
i a a a. f 11.!.
conuecreu wnn ir, oronen oi mis . - ioftr,rrltw ,iif
mine, it is sjifd, reached the ears of , theiu named Kabediscoffokenon-
Columlms and the early vovagers ; ischi, J8 getting out specimens of the
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and htimnlated many a hardy spirit carooniierouser.uiiuym.ucouu-
oth District. Jesse P. Graves, of Surry.
10th District. Alphonso C. Avery, of Burke,
11th District, Win. M. Shlpp, of Mecklenburg.
12th District, j. li. jiernmon, of jjuncomoe,
1st District, John H. Blount, of Perquimans.
2nd District, ueo. u. wnite. (col) or iiauiax.
yrd District, D. Worthington. of Martin.
4th District. T. M. A rffo. of Wake.
i rth District. Isaac K. Strayhorn. of Durham.
of fith District, 0. 11. Allen, of Duplin.
7th District, iranKAiaseiii, oi Kicnmona.
8th District, n. r Lang, or ireaeii.
th District, Thos. Settle, Jr., of Rocking
10th District, W. II. Bower, of CaldwelL 11
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CHICHESTER S ENGLf SHA D I A r 1 n i
SAFEALWAYS REUABLC.TO LADIES
IND1SPENSABLE.SCLD BY ALL DRU5G1STSA
ASK FOR DIAMOND B RAnDjCHfCMtSTtfTS tJisUSH V jPOR
A NO TAKE NO OTHER SEE Si6NATURE OH EVERY BOX . V h leti
CHICHESTER CncMiCALwU. 5UU. tW.AIH50H SUJ'HEJl. PA . SEE SI6N
T (O rt rt U NS UUCITED WRnTEN
WAV U VCiilKES7BS CNGU
TEN TESTIMONIALS AMD 0VR FWM LADIES WMu?! Boj
to'renewed exertion. The mine was
centuries by the
about $1 a day.
worKeaior many cniiun . . Matthew Arnold objects to Amer-
aborigiueji, but it is doubtful wliprii jcan nomenclature, and ''Griggs
er the Spaniards ever penetrated jville," "UriggsviIIe
the cret paths that conducted to J nis ieein on ey.,
. i j. i in K ui.
f r41T--r Crror Ten abutisand InaJ .
Li -".VyyaaiPacitnfifra maiirxl to ja
4. of whom took a full treat
nSSSfr SEMINAL PASTILLES
llth Dlstricf, Frank Osborne, of 3Iecklenburg.
tr.V .... St i irf
r-Jsnrons Debilitr, vital Veakness, life and was buri
ft r-M- or ti od ur ni povder. for f I ippi river, as the :
Sou 1t Oarooi-r. or ni postt
pnca r7 avi J
mch n cod w ly nrm
11 U 1 :.. .. .4-
nuu tu c live en
is otten seen on
In order to cure whooping cough
ed in th Mississ- j,, Warwickshire village, England,
rpsulr of too much '. thev cut a niece of hair from the
' m ,1". I'tl. I. t Ji!
curioMty hi searching for the Lost nape or me cniui s w nvr j
' vupv ftnpimii HDmul t on a uiece roi i
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lead them astrav. lie Soto lost his;
IT Ivt If iml Mod for IXH4 I5L YEKS' J
OriUK. contilninx eciard pUt.
1 OO earraviujri of dl2raaVt(Ml I
BrteraOaarn worta.aaa wnrreie
Laytbna. Diroctkma fcr TTalnlnjf
V lcdCreediscFerret. Milad
for IO Cents. Also Cat cf Ile
Fnrnlahlaa uood of aa
Tbn w-vi foe Praetlcal FOL"I-
TKV llOOli. lOOpncm la
ItfaJ eolored ritet eniuTlBn
oi Mrtr &a ki7 cf fowls; deaenp
U0o oi Lbo krc2i: bov to eaponlzet
pUaa fue 000x7 taocjoaj tnJomkn
ftboss taeabaaotx motX hero t bay
icxa from tot afnefc at 1
! Kf aittiajc. boat far la Cei
LouWaua. The Indians covered up
their works, and It was leit to a
keen eyed miner from the Kocky
Mountains to reveal the long-lost
and almost forgotten mines. I he
Cziirk Mountains are tunnelled to a
wide extent and ruins of ancient
works ore found in great numbers
in the vicinity oi near ijiiy. ine
. . a a m 1
ancienr memou 01 reducing ore is
If an, yoa need the JlftOK OP CA O B
bcras. far Wimnri tod wmi
. about ParroUL Prtoaol
and UMtr oara.
aa Aiarr. All
J klBLi btrrt, mrKa, e. Mailed for
luteal The Ttxae Boc4a, 40 Cta.
SSSoat j Uaia street, falladelpaU, Yt,
PAX A DDU s 4 jcrLr Treatment
lr I nnnn We mall enough to
convince. ic. . Lacderbach Co..
mch 19 W 773 Broad st. Newark, N. J.
A MONTH and BOARD for 3 Brlzht
loumr or i-auicia earn counr'.
P. W. ZIEGLLK CO.. 1'hlladelphla. Pa.
Burnham's Improved Stan
and IVscrlptlve Catalogue
Address YORK. PA.
New niost rated
Clean aad heanUfloa the hair.
iTvaow? iDiurur.t frraw La.
Never Fails 1o Restore Gray
Hjirfoitt Yaolhful CaIap.
Oarwacajp disrasfcwjjvl hair f aUlair
ocara. i caXa at Irussltta.
TTiaflrf IlllUf lm1 tlll llnfulP fnnlna Jht
iwvaauraua. uuam com r on to usa rret "Trr fl
Extract of Meat,
Invaluable for Djspepila,
Ai ESif:t Tii:c fir hTilis,
IcilinUnoas Derf Te.
Also for flavorlnff soups, sauces and Made
Genuine only with Itaroa Llebergs signa
ture In Blue Ink fccross the labeL
sold by all storekeepers. Grocers and Dng-
piu. iucd 19 4 v
tYliolly unlike artificial aratetut.
Any book learned In one reading.
CUdsvn of lo7 at Baltimore. 1 00 3 at Def
trolt. 1500 at Pnlladelphla. larve cIhsx-s o
Columala Law students, at Yale, Welleslcy,
OberUa, Cnlverslty of Inn.. Michigan Unl-
Trrslty. Chautauqua. c. &c. Kndorsxl by
liichard iToct or, the sclent 1st; lions, w. w
A&tor, JtKUh P. Benjamin, Judp tilhson Dr.
xirnvnx. k. 11. uook, mnnpai n. y. state Nor
mal colltTje, Arc. The system Is perfectly.
is penecuy tausm oy corresponaence. itos-
ptxrun roer run from
l'liOr. LOIS KITE. 2JT llfth arc. New York.
Cleanses tao Nasal
CUUVili urwi tut
Sores, Itcst ores the
Senses of Taste aad
1ST Ifll CCBLHAY-FEVER
A particle Is applied Into each nostril aad Is
cTiil. rrjtstcrcd, CO cents. ELY BROTHERS.
2U Greenwich St., New York.
81.9 lyeod dtw
ONWARD IS THE WORD I
rpiLE PROGRESSIVE FARMER ENTE
lu THIRD VOLT31Z at tho following :
1 subscriber, 1 year..
S subscribers, 1 year.
13 subsmbers, lyear........ 10XC
One eery, 1 year, frw to the one sending
lut? cf tea.- - - ' : ' -','
ras, weekln Fend cas
Mr. Justice Lamar, of the United
States Supreme Court, expresses
himselfas greatly delighted with his
new surroundings. He is looking
better, feeling better and sleeping
better since his elevation to the
Hench than at any time since re
signing his seat in the Senate. His
friends say he was glad to leave the
interior department. Its duties
were never congenial
the place, as he once explained, in
ordgr to show hi capacity for bu:i
ness. People, he said, belie ed him
a dreamer. He wanted to how that
there was a practical side to his na
ture as well an an artistic one. He
certainly demonstrated this to the
satisfaction of all his associates. The
Supreme Justiceship, ( hov.cver,
came to him as a grateful relief from
the vexations cares of department
life. His habits are essentially those
of a student; and the atmosphere of
th Courtroom is very congenial to
bread and give it to a dog.
A Baltimore man recently died
froiu the effect of eating several
cakes of yeast. lie probably thought
they would make him risein the
world, and, being such a dough
head, it' is strange that they did not.
The English call an elevator a
"lift," and the French call it a
"help," while the Scotch put in their
oar by referring to it as a "drop."
It's all the same thing. However
always out of order. Free Press.
"I never heard you sav anything
of Mr. A." said one lady to another;
"yet it is well known that you dis
like him." "Neither does he love
me," repliedthe lady; yet hespeaks
no evil of me. Our hatred is-recipro-cal,
yet it is not. necessary that we
should annoy each other. We in
dulge in a pfatonio hatred." '
The Wonderful Ifealins Properties of
Darby Prophylactic Fluid.
Wherever a preventing, healing,
He accepted cleansing and deodorizing injection
rnlatnpd. in! or, wash is required .Use Darbys
Prophylactic Fluid. Any uinameu
surface, external orinternal, treated
with the Fluid will le quickly re
lieved. It has effected cu.es that
had resisted the best medical skill.
A census of the tenement house
population 01 rew lork. just com
pleted, shows that 1,016,33-5 Individ
tials live in 31,034 tenements an
average of thirtv-two persons to
each house. Some of the tenements
are large, well equipped, and, from
a sanitary point pi view, are as
healthful abodes as separate dwell
ings for each family, but the greater
number, and those that are most
crowded, are old dwellings, ill-adap
ted to the uses of a large number o
families, and are crowded to excess
The contrast betweerrNew York and
Philadelphia is remarkable when it
is considered that they are in a
hundred miles of each other and in
close communication. In Philadel
phia, in 18S0, there was only a frac
tional difference betfween the num
ber of persons in a family and the
number of persons to a dwelling, but
in New York, with rather less than
an average of five persons to a fam
a a a
ny, mere were over sixteen to a
dwelling. These later returns show
that nearly two-thirds of the popu
lation live in tenement houses, an
average of thirty-two individuals or
six families to each dwelling.
L. I- POLK,
Was Hro. Ingalls himself an "al
ly"? That is the question. Here is
a M .a a . .
a oil from tne jew lork stars
A most interesting fact is that just
brought to light by the North To
peka (Kan.) Courier. It appears
that in 1804 Senator (then plain Mr.)
Ingalls was a candidate for Lieuten
ant-Governor of Kansas on a plat
form of which the following was a
"that we hereby ratify the nomi
nation of George B. McClellan. of
New Jersey, for President, and
George H. Pendleton, of Ohio, for
Vice-President, and we nledfre them
our hearty support.
1 hat we hereby ratify and adont
the Chicago platform aa understood
and construed b- General Geonre B.
.uciieuau in uis letter accepting the
nomination oi ine uiucago Conven
lion lor President of the United
The Courier savs of the result
"Mr. Ingalls, standing on thia nlat
form, was defeated bv the people of
Kansas, receiving e,4y votes,against
iz,ui received by Ins Republican
competitor, James McGrew."
And to it seems that, according to
his own definition, Mr. Ingalls was
nimseir "an ally of the Confeder
acy, it Is plain enough now, if
there was any doubt about It be
fore, why the Confederacy did not
win. It collapsed within a year af
ter Mr. Ingalls allied himself with it.
Nothing is ever lost bv beim?
pleasant and agreeable, which ac
counts for the remarkable sale of
he great national remedy. Dr.
Ball's Coogh 8yrup,'asafe. pleasant.
and successful cure for coughs and
colds.' Price only 5 cents a bottle.
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School thoes for children, best In
the city, at Geo. II, French & 3ons.f
The Importance of purifying tho blood can
not be overestimated, for without pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly every one needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's
rjfl...j(J SarsaparUla. It strengthens
rcCUlldT builds up the system,
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while it eradicates disease. The peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
of the vegetable remedies used give, to
Hood's Sarsaparma pecul- Tf I fop If
lar curative powers. No . LoCII
othet medicine has such a record of wonderful
cures. If you have made up jour mind to
buy Hood's SarsaparUla do not be Induced to
take any other instead. Jt is a Peculiar
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. '
Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
Prepared by C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
dec 10 lyr dtwnrm m w s2dp
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Consignments solicited: Highest prices paid
ror an Kinas oi couutry produce.
men l if "
tEAK, UNDEVELOPED PART
l the V-odr Dlarred &nf strenetbeced. Full partial
fu!t of over-Work, lndiaoretloa. tic, address rF
BMolifillr IllaslraW. II cts., $3 a Fear.
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TIMti OF HOLDING COURTS FIRST JUDICIAL
Fall Judge MacKae.
Beaufort t Feb. t3ih. May 28th, Nov. 26th.
Currituck March oth. Sept. 3d.
Camden March 12th, Sept. 10th.
I H'asquotank MarehOth. June tilth, Sept.
17th, Dec 10th. 5-
Perquimans March 28th, Sept. 24th '
Chowan April 2d. Oct. 1st. : :
GaUs Apill 9th, Oct. 8th. n
.Uertford-r-April 15th, June 18th, Oct. 15th.
Washington April 23d. Oct. 22d.
Tyrrell April ath. Oct. 29th. &
Dare May 7tn. .wo v. otn. k
Hvde Mav 15th. Nov. 12th. K
Pamlico May 21st, Nov. 19th. j;
8EC0ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Graves.
Fall Judge Montgomery.
Halifax t Jan. 9th, JMarch 5th, May 14th,
Northampton-4Jan. 23d, April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Bertie Feb. tith, April 20th, Oct. 29th.
craven tFeb. 13th, May 28th, Nov. 20th.
.warren March. 19th, sept. ntn.
Edgecombe April KJth, Oct. 15th.
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
Spring Judge Avery. '
Fall rTudge Graves,
Pitt 'Jan. 9th, March 19th, tJune llth, Sept
Franklin .Ian. 23d. April 16th, Nov. 12th.
Wilson i Feb. 6th. June 4th. Oct.: 19th.
Vance Feb. 20th, May 21st, Aug. 20th, Oct.
Martin March 5th. Sept. 3d, tDec- 3d.
(iree no April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Nash Apill 30th, Nov, 19th.
FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Shlpp.
Fall Judge Avery.
Wake Jan. yth. TFeb. 27th, "March 26th,
tAprll 23d, -July yth, tAug. 27th, "Sept. 24th,
Wayne Jan.fc3d, March 12th, April 16th,
Sept. 10th, Oct. 15. r ;
Harnett J'eb. 6th, Aug. 6th, Nov." 26th.
Johnson Feb. 13th, Aug. 13th, Nov. 22d.
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Menlmon.
Fall Judge Shlpp.
Durham Jan. 16th,. March 26th- June 4th,
Granvllle-Jan. 30th, April 23d, Bept. 10th,
Nov. 26th. s
Chatham Feb. 13th May 7th, Oct. 1st,
Guilford Feb. 20th.. May 28th. Auer, 27th.
Alamance March 5th, May 21sf, Sept. 24tb.
Orange March 19th; Aug. 6th, Nov. 5th.
Caswell April 9th, Aug. 13th, Nov. 12th.
Person April 16th, Aug. 26th, Nov. 19th.
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. -
Spring Judge Shepherd. !
Fall Judge Merrimon.
Pender--,lan. 19th, May 7th, Sept. 10th.
New Hanover t Jan. 23d, tAprll loth, tSept.
Lenoir Feb. 6th, Aug. 20th, Nov. 12th.
Duplin J'eb. 13th, Sept. 3rd, Nov. 2th.
Sampson tFeb. 27th, April 30th, Oct.
Carteret March 19th, Oct. 22d. ;
Jones March 26th, Oct. 29th. u
Onslow April 2d. Nov. 5tu
SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Phillips. i
Fall Judge ShepheitL t.
Columbus Jan. 6th. April 2d. July 3d. tNov.
26th. H r
Anson 'Jan. 9th. tAnrll :J0th. 'Sent. 3d.
tNov. 26th. .
Cumberland Jan. 23d. tMav 7th. J dlv 23d
tNov. 12th. ; ,
Kobeson Jan. 30th. May 21st. Ausr..20th. Oct.
Richmond Feb. 13th. June 4th.. Senr. 17th.
Bladen March 19th , Oct. 22d.
Brunswick Airil 9th, Sept. 10th.-'
Moore April 16th. Aug. 13th, Oct. 22d.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Spring Judge Connor.
Fall Judge Phillips.
Cabarrus tJan. 30th, April 30th. Oct. 29th.
Iredell Feb. 6th. May 2ist. Ausr. 6th. Nov.
5th. . ;
Kowan Feb. 20th. May 7th. Ausr. 20th. Nov.
Dajndson March 5th. June 4th; SeDt. 2d.
.-. . M '
liandolph March 19th, sept 17th.
Montgomery April 2d, Oct. 1st.
Stanly April 9th, Oct. 15th.
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
spring Judge Clark.
Fall Judge Connor.
Rockingham Jan. 23d, July 23d Nov. 5th.
Forsyth Feb. 6th, May 21st, Oct. 22d.
Yadkin Feb. 20th, Sept. 24th.
Wilkes March 5th, April 30th, Sept. 10th.
Alleghany March 19th, Sept. 3d..
Davie April 2d, Oct. 8th.
Stokes April 16th, Aug. 6th, Nov. 12th.
Surry April 23d, Aug. 20th. Nov. 19th.
; TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. '
Fall Judge Clark. j
Henderson Feb. 13th, July 16th.
Burke March 5th, Aug. 6th.
Caldwell March 19th, sept. 3d. ,
Ashe March 26th, May 28th, Aug. 20th.
Watauga April 9th, June 4th, Aug. 27th.
Mitchell April 16th, Sept. 10th.
Yancey April 30th, Sept. 24th. 1
McDoweU May 14th, Oct. 8th. 5 .
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Spring Judge Boykln. s
Fall Judge Gilmer.
Catawba Jan. 16th. Juiv ifith. f
Alexander Jan. 30th, July 30th.T
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Ijtiionia, Ga., August 11, ISS7.
TnK Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa.: -
Gentlemen I have been afflicted with
ulceration of the legs ever since I w as a
fhir the dipfiRf tmdoubtedlv beinz here
ditary, as my mother suffered from scrotul- ,
ous symptoms. As I advanced to manhood t
mv affliction increased untu tne niaiapy
became harrassing and painful beyond the
powefc of words to describe. My right , leg
iiMrt.imil.irlv became fearfully invoive I. the
left leg being less painfully affected. FJj?ally, i
about rourteen yeara ago, ine vicers o: my
right leg had eaten through the flesh hito
thebone. ; la order to .ave my .life -"ihe doc
tors determined to amputate my . les b?lnv
the knee. The operation was Euei-ew-fiilly
performed bv D: H. V. M. Killer, tf Atiita,
and Dr. W. P. Bond, of Lithonia. Hut the
losaof my leg gave me only tenijoiaiy re-,
lief. The poison was still in my yKcn pud
soon began to siiow Itself again. - In a l-hoi t
time after large ulce rs appeared, on my left
leg, covering it from the ktjeeto the instep.'
Frequently wliile at work 1 could b? tracked,
br the blood which oozed fiom tLe huce
ulcers, and the sores and Wining-holes
were so off ensivo . that my fel w-worknH-n
could not stand the stench acv? would move
away from me. ! - v
Last winter I was persuaceq to try i. b.
As a last eitort
speedily when this rmefo is uka. .
xo jaoro effectual relief for th r
loathing of food due to iSTEJ!!',
than this article. PutEpinlarjie;
ties. Sample packages in powdeh '
by mai 1 to an v address on receipt o:
in stamps. The regilarl iquid fo"
sent by mail.. MEXICAN MEL".
400 North 3d St., Philadelphijv, ft
ffort I coneitted to ' do fo, and
months aso I bt er.n tnk'as tho
SpeCifle. I soon began to feel the good effects '
of the medicine, the offensive mnnlr.g bepun
to grow less andjess and Crally .ceased; the
ulcer3 healel, my flesh became firm and
solid, and to day, after using twenty one
bottles, I am as hale aud stout a man of my
age as there is In Go orgia. 1 am seTtnty-oiie
years old. but feel now younger multtrnrger
than I did when I was twenty -five. 1 weigh ,
about 170 pounds. Nothing is to be teen of--,
the terrible disease, or to .remind me cf the .
torture I suffered for so many years, except
the scars of the perfectly healed ulcere;
I want the world to know of the almost
miraculous cure effected on nie by S. s.,
and I call upon those who wish to kj;ow tt.o '
particulars directly from me to write, ami I
will consider it a pleasure as well as a dttty ;
to answer tneir letters. I refer to Dr. w. f.
Bond, of Lit ho ni a, as to the truth of my r
statement. Very gratefully yours,
7 ; ; ; B. BEASE.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. The Swift Specific Co.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. j
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