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PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE. !
' i Suggested by a spell f rainy weather at the South,
unparalleled la severity and duration. i
A voice of anguish'. tn the courts of air! i
Some bloud-boro Niobe, by night and
day. !! . w' ' A '
Strives, tbe drear burden of her lODg ae
" spair . ;, . I: . , f-
To weep 1 and : weep, but, vainly weep
away t . . s- , .- .1
Urtst thou, ethereal Mournei ! lost thine All,
( VVbate'er that AH of life or love may be ;)
1 Tbtt thus from yoDder miat, unwoven pall.
Thou rainest down thy woe on earth and
sea? j . .
Ah ! Earth replies .!.,. her sympathetic
breast i i
Touched to sad murmuring through her
woodlands lone, i
While to the mystery of the Heaven a un
rest, !..- . ' j
Wild wave and wanderiDg wind reapon'
sive, moan! '
Yet, shall thy tears bo ; measureless? . . Be
- ware! " J ..
Leat nature, ' worn by iterance thus for-
' lorn, - - " ' '
Rouse the red Lightning from its lurid lair.
To blast thee ; with the fervors of her
. rcorn ! - I. - - -
PrmlilOB la aJrei
I Greensboro Patriot.
. There is a great difference between
" prohibition and temperance. The one
appeals to a man's moral reBponsibili
ty, the other operates by force and
; fear, ii is not the resnlt of intelli
gent observation ihat any great mo
ral revolution was ever accomplished
by force; the contrary. is the fact. j
We. believe in temperance in all
things in speaking, eating and in
"? drinking. We believe in moral per
. . aonal responsibility J that each man
. for himself must stand or fall. We
; do not believe that the great-end
sought to be accomplished by the pro
hibitory movement now agitating the
people of North Carolina to-wit,the
conversion of the population of the
State to the doctrine of total ab
stinence can be practically real
ized. The adoption of the prohibi
tion Bill now before the people will
simply transfer the sale of liquor from
licensed and responsible dealers, to
unlicensed and irresponsible dealers
and the druggists, apothecaries and
physicians in the State. Instead of
exterminating liquors and beers, it
will simply change the manner of
sale and lose the revenue therefrom.
It will produce perjuries and secret
violations of the law from one end
of the State to the other. It will
give foreign producers the monopoly
of the trade and exclude the people
of North Carolina from the right to
manufacture spintuous or malt
liquors, even for medical, chemical or
mechanical purposes. If it is needed
by the physician to save human life
ii must come from foreign manufac
turers. The peach orchards and ap
ple orchards of North Carolina, that
. have cost their owners thousands of
: dollars, must shut their gates to the
demands of science even and let the
people of Virginia or South Carolina
or some other State furnish our phy
sicians, chemists and mechanics with
such spirits as the necessities of their
business require. r !
The bill discriminates in favor of
owners of -vineyards against owners
of peach and apple orchards. The
question naturally , suggests itself,
why is a man allowed to grow grapes,
make wine (which brings drunk) and
enjoy it as a source of income, while!
the honest farmer who has spent his
money to raise fine orchards must let!
hi peaches and his apples rot, lest he
. Nhoiild make a little brandy, which;
a:o brings drunk, that might be sold;
ami he to himasourceof revenue. Is
: there more sin ! in getting drunk on
brandy or whiskey than on wine? It
may be the "eider", clause in the bill
is there as a compromise on the apple
question, but where is the concession
to the peach? Well the whole matter;
is with the people we are honest in
our views and we want to see every
jai act for himself a privilege that
some of the hot-headed fanatics wish
to deprive us of, but one that we will
v exercise in spite of all opposition.
THe BVlla or Shopplns.
The first ray of hope on this dark
matter has been afforded by the or
ganization of the "Shopping. Wo
men's Moderation Society." The
society owes its origin to several in
telligent and upright women who
" fully recognize the evils of excessive
shopping, but who do not consider
that shopping in moderation is neces
sarily wrong. ; As is well known, the
favorite purchase of the confirmed
shopperjis ftrimmings." After the;
habit of shopping becomes fixed,
calico, barege, hosiery, and even
gloves, cease to satisfy the victim.
She craves the stronger stimulus of
--irimraings" and on these she squan
: df her own or her husband's sub
stance. The "Shopping . Women's
r Moderation Society" pledges its mem
bars to abstinence from trimmings,
except when Ordered by an experi
enced family dress-maker, and for
bids them even to approach a coun
ter where "trimmings" are sold. The
members of the society also agree to
indulge in shopping of any kind only
in the afternoon, and never as a mere
amusement.! The funds of the society
will be used to aid such confirmed
shoppers as show an earnest desire to
reform, and for the relief of dis
tressed and; impoverished husbands
whose wives have : ruined them by
excessive shopping; and every mem
ber promises, in employ in c: servants,
to give the preference to those who
do not shop. N. Y. Times.
M nat a;we Kxpecied.')
Just as wei expected, j: We thought
from the beginning that the Radical
party would seek to make capital out
of this bill, and upon its first bounc
ing we warned the Democratic Leg
islature to be on its guard.
jr son rc nri to eir-C erv
I We have no doubt, howeverv-lhat
tnaby Republicans ihink , they1 ban
gain an advantage bymaking it a
Prohibition party question! and At e
determined to do so. What effect it
is to have on the future State poli
tics, and'especially; the Democratic
party, is a source of much concern
to us. 1 i --- 1 ' ' '
i Oxford Free Lancenllt. B. H
Czart, chairman of Ihe Republican, Ex
ecutive committee of GraDville county, has
issued a call to the members of bis ; party
and the people generally for a meeting in
Oxford, July 4ib, to take steps for the de
feat of the prohibition-bill. -We learn
that Dr. Herndon will soon erect on Main
street a bank and several offices! ;- It
is confideatly. expected that ihe 17ibof July
will be celebrated as the Qala".day, and
that thence forward thenncient town of
Oxford will stand foremost among thehusl
ness centres of the State; Since writing
the above additional information that some
twenty car-loads of ; iron have arrived at
Henderson and Capt. Williams is straining
every nerve to push the road to completion.
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Backacfte, Soreness of ihe Chest, Gout,
Quins, Sore Throat, Swellings and :
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General Bodily Pains, . : '
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feat
and Ears, and all other Palps .
j . . and Aches.
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A trial entails but the comparatively Mflmg outlay
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can have cheap and positive proof of its clalmi.
. Directions in Eleven Languages. "' -
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every purpoae where a TQJiic Is neceggaiy.
laaB&ctBrei bj the Jr. Harter geSciflfl (k, St Loiia
The fonowtng- la one of the very many testhno-
; fclals we are receiving daUy: ( - ' - - '
GodUmot: Some three months- ago I began the
; nse of Db. Habtxb's Ibok Tonic, upon Ibe ad
vice of mny friends who knew lta virtues. I vu
: offering' from general debility- to such an extent
that my labor waa exceedingly burdensome to me. ,
A vacation of a month did not give me much re
lief, but on the contrary, was followed by in-'
; creased prostration and sinking- chills. At this '
time I began the nse of your Irox Toirtc, from
which I realized almost tminemstr and wonderful
; results. Tbe old energy returned and I found that
my natural force was not permanently abated.- I
hare used three bottles of the Tonic. Since using .
it I have done twice the labor that I ever did tn the ,
; same time during my Illness, and with doable the
' ease. With the tranquil nerve and vigor of body,
has come also a clearness of thought never before
enjoyed. "-If the Tome has not done the -work, I '
: know not what. I fcive it the credit. , -
; -1 s 1 XmtTiSk,
; XToy, O., Jan. 2, 1878. Pastor Christum Church. ;
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Ask your araggist for Bop Bitters and try
t them before yon sleep. Take no ether. '
D I. C. is an absolute and Irresistible cure for
- Druakennesaj use of opium, tobacco and ;
i - : narcotics.
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FBK3CBIBKD BT ; '. PHTSICIAKS. ;
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fruit - 'Vi; and planta.
One bittei lesson of - the pre-
sent bribery business at ihe State cap
ital mast be drawn from the low con
dition of moral sentiment wbicu tprer
yail among members of th&Xegisla
turel . .It cannot be pretendedeitber,
that' the city members are the worst
in that body, and that the innoeent
countrymen have all tbSrirtaesr--Msi
Sessions seems to think it a very light
thing that he should tell of his hav
ing earned thousands of dollars as a
lobbyint, years since,when he was hoi
a member of the Legislature, tie had
taken a band in this business, both in
Washington and. m. Albany j, and, on
one occasion when be bad received a
checlifor $1,000, for services, and
suspected that payment might ' be
stopped' before the cbeok could;" be
presented be took a fleet 5 horse and
posted from Albany to Troy, in or
derJ : to get in early with his cheok. In
short, he says he "acted as a lobbyist;
off sad on," ior six or seven years, i A
lobbyist reeeivea money: for his .ser-.
vices in influencing legislation, Mr.
Sessions says that he was paid $5,500
for his services in procuring the
passage of a bill. Nev York Times,
Kep.v ; ;. .,. v f. nli "Jiiua
Now and then there crops out
in the Southern press an insinuation
that industrial development at i.the
South is regarded with jealousy at the
North.1 ' Nothing could , be -' farther
from the truth, and right' here,; from
the midst of New England manufac
turers, come voices loud and many
voices,1 not' ? only "'commending the
efforts of our Southern brethren ' in
their worthy endeavors, but many are
going South -in person to show tbem
our ways of doing things," and- to
urge them to favor the policy which
made their own success possible. . Not;
only this, ht Northern money is
going South, and fanter-than ever at
tbe present time," because of the en
couragement it i is i beginning! in re
ceive. No jealousy exists; not a bit.
Emulation is not envy. . When any
otner part 01 our own country can
beat us at manufacturing we will go
at something else. New York is no
worse off because Minnesota has
beaten her at milling flour, and Mas
sachusetts will not disappear even if
Georgia shoald beat her at making
cloth. Jsoston Commercial bulletin.
A Sad Caae. :
' Springfield Republican. ' :
A disgraceful degree of sectarian
feeling has been raised in the town
ot Jesses, in tnis state,, against a
school teacher, Mary A. Reardon, on
the ground .that she is a Catholic
Miss Reardoo was graduated at the
Salem Normal School -in 1880. The
Catholic objection was raised against
her being given a school, bat she was
given-the second vacancy which oc
curred, when Rev. F." II. Boyton, a
UoDgregationalist minister, entered
the lists against her, and the' pupils
were withdrawn till she had but four.
She was then dismissed by the com
mittee. ! Miss Reardon says in an ex
cellent letter to the Boston JPost:
"At the time of the civil war my fa
ther was drafted and engaged a sub
stitute, no question being asked as to
his religious belief. Now whtn he
has a daughter, educated in the
schools of the State, and with a' di
ploma guaranteeing her as .capable
for a teacher in the public schools,
she is barred-fiom earning a living
in a position that has taken years of
hard study to fit her for, because she
has a certain religious belief."
; ' Tlie World's Bilancs 8ltMt.
For the decade of 187O-U880, ao
cording to Mr. Mulhall, the statisti
cian, tbe world's balance sheetstands
thus : Increase of population 9.70
per cent., of agriculture 8.58 per
cent , of manufaotnres, 18.C0 per
cent, commerce: 38.20 ' per cent.,
mining 47.0C per cent., carrying trade
53.22 per cent. These figures, says
the Baltimore American, are very
remarkable. They not ; only show
that man's : resources . , grow much
faster than he increases, -but that his
condition is being improved and ele
vated, by tbe enormous ? increase of
the . more . skilful forms of labor,
which bring in the highest wages and
exact the fewest hours of-work.
j KEIVIGIOCS SIISGBLI.ANV. :;
: j The Pope baa summoned a spe
cial congregation of Cardinals to pronounce
upon Father Curci's new book entitled
"New Italy and Old Zealots," and its being
placed on tbe index expurgatorius is con
sidered certain.- - -" ..: - -
? The Rev. J. Hyatt Smith, of
Brooklyn, since be has taken up with poli
tics, appears to have lost bis grip on tbe
good people of the Lee-avenue congrega
tion, and, for want of support, bis church
is to be sold to pay a $28,000 mortgage. :;
i Peddlers of the revised -New
-Testament do tolerably well ia . cities and
large villages, but make hardly any sales in
the country, where any alteration of the
sacred book is generally regarded as awful
profanatronrTheioua womeo of Weldeoj
Jowa, chased an agent out of town: -
. j Miss : GordonCunnnlng-' says
that a venerable cannibal in New Zealand,
whom Bhe.vi8UeQfibia"piniy wttb an
obese ' divine, stroked down -"and - gently
prodded the reverend gentlerrran in a man
ner painfully suggestive t Sydney- Smith's
Joke about "Cold curate 3n the sideboard'
beea adopted tor airpervices in the cbsDet -
of the Tbeological -Seminary" at. "Andorer
and .ia.Fbilups Academy . President Pur'-
tec baa. introduced it io-.tbeY-afe CJaapel . .
Dr. McCoeU .reads Jrom it Jo-connection
jwilh the eld version in tbe religious services
he cooduels at Princeton. ," i .
i-3The President tf ;.',-jtn'd Benedict
Institute; tbe lie v. E. J.: Qoodspeed, p.'D..
died last night of dysentery; His funeral
Jpok place this evening and the remains
were sent to t;Bico-lorniermeBt. Dr.
loodspeeds was a Northern Ereahy terian.
and bad been deydingui himself to . the
preparation of colored youths, for the min-
h Are s the ?'newifles gUuering'
.with silver or nementa and -l poiiihed stocks;
any truer man tne Dear. niieaol the fat&eraf .
If Satan ever smiles, jt , is when -be, sees'a
high cultured preacher -firrng at a sinner
wun a telescope rine. ationg range. - Tbe.
sinner neither smells - the powderuor bears
the whistle of jhepellet.i Recorder,'
i ha Unlvanity 01
DH. JOY'S ELEnriC DEVICES
- War zaatlaaUoB aad Trial fcefore fareaaunc
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" any disease ceauUlng from Abpsks .and Oxheb
i Causwj, -or to amy n4 afflicted -witlr Rheuma.'
lism, Neuralgia. Paralysis, . Spinal pjfficuKiea,.
f Kidney or LlverTroublea, Lame Back, and other
piseaaea of the vital Organs.- oAteo VfOHitr troa
y Wed with Diseaaes pecuHar to their sex.-"
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THK TBAVBLKR WHO WISELY PKOV1UK
Aalntt the conllngencr of tUneaa by takinp: with
him Ueste tier's Stomach Hitters, has occasion to
congratulate himeeir on his foresight, when he sees
others who have neglocted to do so suffering from
soma one of the mlade8 fr which U s a rsmady
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bilionsness, coostipatlon and rheumatism, diseases
of ten attendant upon .a change of climate or an
wont d diet.
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WIN A P0RTUNB
SEVENTH GRAND DIB
TRIBUTION, CLASq G, AT NEW ORLEANS ,
TUESDAY, JULY 13. ltSl-134u ITIonibly
Louisiana State LotterY-CoiDany.
Incorporated In 1858 for S5 years by the Leglela
tore for Educational and Charitable purposes with
a capital of $1,000,009 to which a recerre fund of
over $420,000 has since bean added
By an overwhelmlne popular vote its franchise
was made a part of the present State Cons'.ituUon
adopted: December 9d, A. D. 1879.
: ITS OR4ND SINGLE NUMBER PRAWINQd
will take place monthly, , .., , ;
i .... - - .j
IT NEVER SCALES OR POSTPONES.
Look at the following Eiilribution : 1 " ; :
I j ' capitai. prizb $3ovaoa " " , , ;
100,000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLARS EACB
-7 I , HALF TICKETS. ONE DOLIJt.R.
' : ' - U8T OF PRIZES. r, . ?
1 Capital Prie.... .f30,000
,; l Capital Prize..;.. ..-.i.....;.;. ........ 10,000
8 tetm'-'''---'"'' - t-OOO
f 5 Prteei of 10W,w..... w. ... .. ... e OOO
SO Prtses of 600 10,000
viou rrusea or i5 iuu ......i.. 10,080
0O Prizes of -60...; 10.000
:600 Prizes of W.....v...:...:...i..i,.;r 10,000
1000 rasea or 10.. ....10,000
APPROilMXTION PRIZES f 1
9 Approximation: Prizes of $300. .
- :- 9,700
Approzimauon mxee or zuu.
9 Approximatioh -Prizes ef 1C0.
LJ57Pmep. amoontlng to ............. $110,403
RespWrPpeFFPSBPadlng agpntfl wanted at 'all
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f RI. A. OAUPOIH,
I . -, - ,,Nw Orieans, Louisiana.
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uv Bauurviisiun anj
Q.T. BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A. EARLY'.
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"bat are really :a great deal more:--; j- .
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tj ;'Liht andJ ife toftll he brings, 1.
Kisen with healing 90 his wtngo, -
-i ' Hail, ibba heaven- born Prince of Peace I ; :
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1 i)uwtrteii uesjs auu muwle to
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j &UlJls l-lTefirtiipon Human Flesh ami
jtlii! Um1n Cri-inS'n uro cfiualiv womlriv
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aixdHSfrila, .Cuts Brniio find
Spralus loI6uit -Bite aud
Sttnc;!, fit Iameticss, Old
Sore Hippiea,rj Caked', Breast, - and
Lnapl eyesry.forni cf exteruel dis-
re9; It h-M withont acawr,- -
or tho jCuuiu ckeatios it i-nrea
Spratne, bwljuiy, UtifF Joints,
Xuuuiler, Hnrncsa Korea, Hoof dis
eases, foot liot. (Screw Worm. Scab.
I Hollow .Tlom, Scratcb.es, VVlnd-
Salls.- Sijavin, TJrohf Blngbone,
Id "Sores,-.Toll EvU, Film npon
tlte 'SltrHt .tm1 overy- olher ailment
to t tho occupant a ' of the
Stable and Stoclt Varcl are liable.
.-'The Mexican; Unstana; Liniment
always enres--ami never disappoints;
ancl it Is, positive!;-, -
FOB MAIT OS SEA5T.
feb 5 Wly
Patent Cotton Press.
JT 18 DURABLE DOES NOT GET OUT OF
OEDEB-works with small amount or power, and
la qaick In operation; will pack balea from 303 to
800 pounds; can nse hand or steam power. '
i - i ' . . : -
. tor prices and further Information, address ,
'. . V HART, BAILEY & DO.,
e lSL7t Sua W6t'
! r. . - :
Effsctivfi, Simple, Durable and Cheap.
Compact, Substantial, Economical and Easily
, , managea. uuaranteea to worKweil
and give lull power claimed.
Especially adapted for driving Printing Presses,
Corn Shellers. Feed Mills, Grain Elevators,
! Cotton Gins, and all kind of Ma-
x t. . hinery reqniring from one : -.,,;.. . -J
j ; to nine horse power. , - ,
SEE OUR LOW PRICES.
Power Engine .J...
I . S80 00
. S55 00
j. Spnd for descriptfve pamphlet
v JAMES jLEFFEL CO,. .
' - fi Springfield, Ohio.
ray SO W4t
r LD NEWSPAPEBS--8UITABLB
V' : . . ' tOT Wrapping and other oarposea
Oaa be hod at the STAR OFFICE: - ,
, ,: z - . . I AMY QUANTITT
l' " ay 1 I'
ll 1 Vi K 'm
ii pSiM I I II III
-1 r 'ttS k-;-:---
P L. Bridgers &-Co;
Largest Retail Grocers
iff WlLjilSOTeS. ' ' I 1 ' '!
. v - t .
. Ask any of the Biokcrp, and they will tell j on
that they now buy nearly twice what lhi did one
A email lot of that PINK OLD COGNAC left, $6
and $7 per gallon In two gilloa lots and over. Don't
' ' ' - . . . ,i
forget that this Brandy was bought at aaction for
lees than half its cost;
has been retailed here for
jears at $10 and $12 per gsllon.1
IFOR THE CURIOUS.
i If any one will take the trouble to examLae the
records, they will find that ' !n i
j - 1- ' i " ' !
P. I,. Bfidgers1, & Co;
ought more Liquors, with one exception, than
?'---.-!-U if'- 1 - -fU-f; r - '5;-;rv l,. 4;jki,:-i
any house in Wilmington. They have no Whole
sale Liquor License cothat this immense quantity
s ' i , ' . ' I I
was sold by tbe bottle.
' . -"; -' -.H . - -i" .
Comments are nnueces
One Hundred and Fifty, Founds receive
night that was made on Monde v. Call early, as we
L are unable to buy one nflh asmachas we could
..ii ... i , -aell.
-j M " ' . : !'
P. Ii. Bridgers & Co.
TJ. M. Stkdmah. .
1 Isaac Batbs......
S. D. WAXlLA.CS...
Uank of New Hanover.
CAPITAL PAID IN - - $350,000
,:- !-;" V--- : I ... 1 - - ..' .: ; - j
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - $1,000,000
John Dawson, !
D. K. Hnrchison, of Wil-
- llams & Murchison
Hon. B, R. Bridgers, Pres
W. As W. fi, Jj.
H. Vollera, of Adrian St
Jno. W. Atkinson,
Col. B. P. Little,
C. M. Stedman, of Wrlgh t
Jas. A. Leak, of Wades-
E. B. Borden, of Golds-
boro, N. O. . !
D. McKae. i i
I , C. M. Stedman. President.
E. B, Borden,
E. B. Borden, W. T. Faircloth,
E. Edmundson, Herman Weill.
W. b Korncgay
Wononhnnn TJnnnr.h M. P. Leak
nullUaUUlU UlQUUll. Cashier.
I j DTBECTOBS:
A. Leak,R, T. Bcnnett,G. W. Little, J. C. Marshall
Issues Certifleates of Denosit bearing Interest.
Is authorized by Charter to receive on deposit
moneys held In trust by Executors, Administrators,
Guardians, &c, &c., Ac i
- Strict attention given to the orders and requests
of our country friends by mail or otherwise. - i
novlfrwtf- .. I
;'-j j' FOR SALE BY
Adrian & Vollers, cor. Dock AFront its
I Agents for Wilmington and vicinity. ' '
Popular Monthly Drawing of the
Commonwealtli Distrilinllon Coipany.
At Macauloy's Theatre,
j In the city of Louisville, on :
Thursday, ; June 30th, 1881.
These drawings occur monthly Sundays except
ed) under provisions of an Act of the General a.
seraoiy or Jientnoky. Incorporating the Newport
Prtatlngjmd Newspaper Oo. approved Aoril 9. ftro.
FTHIS IS A BP ROT AT A(rP ANnuia
V a "auBi,i XVXMX AkA AJikiV , - .
The United States circuit Court en March 81 ren
dered the following decisions : 1 'en
1st. THAT THE COMMONWEALTH DISTRI
BUTION COMPANY IS LEGAXT :
ad. ITS DRAWINGS ARB FAIR. '
fTe S??8 ,haf "won nd a large reserve
fund. ;Read the list of prises .for .f ; s t . .
i . TDK UNB DRAWNg. - . ;
130,000 100 Prisea 1100 each 10,000
1 Prize.... "10,000 aoOPrteea SO each loIouO
.1 IS26------! 6,000 600 Priaea - SO each H000
10 Prises $1000, 10,000 1,000 Prizes - 10 each 10 000
SO Prizes - 500 10,000-
S K26 - Mcn Approximation Prizes, $2,700
9 Prizes . 200ieach, . . l 5)
9 Prizes ' 100 eachl " . -
1.960 Prizes.- : t
' i Whole Tickets,
-64 Tickets. 10a
Hemlt Money or Bank Draft In Letter, or Send by
Express. - DON'T SEND BY" RSGISTERED LE T
TER OR POaTOTPICB ORDERofd1rTof$5
and upward, by Express., can be sent at ourex-
k'MOFders to R. M. BOARDMAN,
Bnildino 1 . TlITTKVrr.i v , rr
or T. J. COMMERFORD. SM Hradil? vJ"
my 81 eow : a . to. th ea .. . .,..
t'liiij.;.--,-!-- :-. -
A Dose of Tarrani's Seltzer Aierient
has removed the agony of rheumatism and its con
tinued nse entirely healed the patient KheumatiBm
is bat little underf-tooj. Some empirics resort to
embrocations, which are really dangerous. it w
now acknowledged to be a blood dieeaoe. resultine
from acidity. This aperient corrects all such acid
ity; and thus cure& the disease All rheumatic mf
ferers are advised to try It. HOLD BT ALL DKDu
omTS.- . . -. - ' A " .
FEEE ! FEEE ! ! FREETTj
A recipe for the infallible cure of CII I LL(
AND FhTBK, 91 A LAKIAL FttVKM
orltllANlUATIO DISBAsiitSeHt free of
charge. The undersigned, after suffering for three
years (reduced to a mere skeleton) trilng numerous
remedies, including quinine, without avail, was en
tirely cured by the remedy preparedirom this ie
clpe, and sincerely hopes every person afflicted in a
like manner will Bend for one. Address K. O. M1L
BAJJK, 16 Ann Btreet, New York. i
w imams jvapor a or.
For the Preservation ot aftjKinds of
i. -1 Fruits and Vegetables
Manufactured by ."!. & jn, sprout.
nuncrv LycsmlOE fto.. Pa. Send for cir
cular. . . " ? ' - i
Ask your- grocer, for&e William Evaporated
FrUit. 4 '- . : ' . tit;;,:-,: , . .. ; .1
t my814wDW " ' j
TTniversity of Virginia,
StfMMERXAW LECTURES (nine weekly), be
gin 14th July, 1831, and end 14th September,
flave proved of signal nse, 1st, to students who
design to pursue their studies at this or other Law
School : 3d, to those who propose to read privately
and 3rd, te practitioners who have not had the ad
vantage of systematic instruction. For circular
apply (P.O. University of Va ). to Johk B Mraoa.
riot. Cem. and Stat. Law. my 31D&W4W
TheFiarquhap SepaffitrV f
L Tor I llartrf-Tl Mttiocw. jasMg
1 1 e 5 DftWlm " "f m- .'
(THE BBOYtl COTTOII GIIQ
Cleans tho Seed better, runs lighter, gins
faster, and costs less money than any
other CIn In the market.
The brush is adjustable and It has driv
ing pulley and belt at both ends. Every
machine made of the best material and
fully and legally guaranteed1. ;
Price List of GISS, Feeders and Condeuaeifi,
O ' - ' ' MTU W g
twrfft VILOWtT ck"'sffj tf
Price with 1 prlt-e itli
' Prices of Self , MT
i macs. Giiis. Feeder or ' Feeder and
j : Condenser. ' Condons -r.
SObaw S 75 00 . tlOOOd"'" "il25)
85 " 87 tO 116 00 ' .. . 1 W
io ' irooo 132 w) ice oo
45 f - 112 60 116 W-l ,179 60
M 125 09 lfiOOO . 1J5W
60 f 14000i 1K0O0 oa
70 f ISO 00 206 m . 853 00 -
so p -. liiooo - gaa oo t- ssi oa
The aborc pricc&are for the tnaclilnes boxed ready
for shipment and delivered at our factory. . WQi name
price delivered at any acoes&ihle point, free of freight,
U desired. ... : '
ysfaifclished 1843, at Colnmbns, Ga., under name of
E. T .Taylor & Co., removing in 1858 to New London, Ct,
where the present tint have since carried on tlio
business. . In additiion to our already unequalled
facilities we have erected another large factory, thvta
doubling onr capacity of manufacture.
Get your orders in at once and avoid a poasibility of
delay; Extra inducements to early buyers. Send for
illustrated pamphlet giving new testimonials from
hnndijeds of enterprising planters, !- '
Tresses, Engines, and complete outfit furnished
WhaaHesired. Address .
BROWN COTTON GIN CO.,
- New Xiondon, Conn.
JOBN DAWSON CO.,' AeentB,
Wilmington, N. C.
Health is Wealth !
DR. !b. C. WEST'S - NBRYR AND BRAIN
TREATMENT : a specific for Hysteria, Oon
valslons. Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, -Loss
of Memory, Im potency, Premature xt Id Arc,
caused by over-exertion, excesses, or over-indulgence,
which leads to misery, decay and death.
One box will cure recent cases. JBach box con
tains one month's treatment. One dollar a - box,
or six boxes for five dollars; sent by mail prepaid
on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to
cure any case. With each order received by as for
six boxes, accompanied with five dollars, we will
send the purchaser our written guarantee to re
turn the money if the treatment does not effect a
cure. Guarantees issued by W1L H. GKBEN. Drug
rist, (successor to Green f Flanner), Wilmington,
N. C. Orders by mail will receive nromnt atten-
-i mtn-Daw ly
JTT7'K WILL PAT TBE ABOVE REWARD FOB
J v any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia. Sick
Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costive
nesswe cannetenre with West's VegeUble Liver
Pills, when the directions are strictly -complied
with. They are nurelv Vepetahle. anil fail
to give satisfaction, fcmgar Coated. Large boxes,
containing 80 Pills, 35 cents, Por sale by all Drue
guts. Beware of eonnterfelta and imif.tinn. Tho
genuine manufactured only by JOHN C. WK8T A
Sr-V.!118 riU ." MI 18i W. Madison
St, Chicago. Free trial package sent by mail pre
Pairectlptof aScentstamp..-, .
mhWD&Wly - ' " ' "--! - -
-Grave St cnes.
raST-CLASS WORK AT LOWEST NEW TOR
raivno. ihsbiubs bbnt BT MAIL. WORK
PACKED AND SHIPPED, AT OCR RISK,
TO ANY FAST. OF THE SOUTH. . . .
: RICHABD WATHAIf CO, ,
t T XafayaMe Place, Ney Var
Wathan's Monumental Denni. la tuwv
H.;i STna; Jr7:
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
StiZABST'HTON. 1 BLADEN COUNTY, N.
OflleV-Up stairs, hiBrlck Building, occupied h
RinaldtACOv .-.vv- 'i-.-.: --.-!: O.-i -Z.? :
i Special attention to Claims. : Col lections on same
of $100 and upwards made for Five Per Cent, it
without suit, Drawing Deeds, Mortgages, c,?
specialty, j , . t!-DWt
Dor the speedy Care orserrons Weakness, fiost
A Vital it r, Prematsre Debility, Nervousness,
yespoadeacy, Coafoaioa of Ideas, Aversion to ,
Society, Defective ttemory, and all Disorders
brought ea by Indiscreet. Habits and Excesses.
Any druggist has the Ingredients. 8eht in pum
SEALED ENVELOPE. ADDRESS DR.W.S. JAQU ES,
-! i 130 West 8ixth St CIHCIHH ATI, 0HP
mh t D&Wly ' i .
: Hiffh-Bred Doars.
NGLISH, IRISH AND GORDON SETTERS,
of the Choicest Breed, with guaranteed pedigrees
' f ' 'J'. ' ' - S. P. WTLSH
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