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THE WILMINGTON POST
- WfLMINGTON. N. C.; JULY 15, 1869.
fv " V": For tbo Post
ON TIIE SOUND."
One July day not long ago -
8ome gallant young men of our town
Rolled up the oldest clothes they bad
And started for The 8ound," ;
The day was hot, but what cared they.
Old Neptune longed to face them, '
. .And sent out many a splashing wave
To welcome aad embrace thcin.;
' The lively, but pathetic" Georga
Was seen to kiss the waves, - '
Which brought the mermaids to his arms
From out their watery caves,
The "gentle" Nelrswam ,4o'er the deep "
1 In his usual graceful" style, i V
Chased by the giant form of" Will,"
. Who hugged the waves the while. .
4 The sceno was graced by French-taw gay,
i And friends of many more,
Wiio Courts lun in air, on land,
Or 'mid the Ocean's roar,
They had a jolly time, we're told,
Each drank to each a toast, J"
And mntonft left clothe u hung to dry "
Where once bad stood a " Posi.f'
" Luia Linden."
! 1 he above lines wurc sent us bv a fair or un
fair correspondent who apparently, resent the
prominence given the bachelor clubists visiting
the "Sound" to celebrate ye "Fqurth.''
Attack on the Fourth ot July.
The Vicksburg,7i7nca of the 4th instant
has a long editorial headed "The Memory
of the Day," full of treason, scwrility and
- falsehood; from wbich wc make the follow
ing specimen extract :U
. AVe of the South only ask that the Fourth
of July be no longer considered as a Nation
al Holiday." Its celebration perpetuates a
falsehood. It no longer symbolizes the day
of freedom .arid independence of States
against outside aggression. It fcimply tells
the1 mournful story how a nation in giving
freedom to au interior and enslaved race, lost
its own liberty.
" We of the South " ask no duch things !
The statemeut is, falae, presumptuous and
impudent. If the writer had said: " we, a
feus 8curty traitorous, renegade YAskKES, and
greedy, tccdij Democratic office seekers,
ask," &c., the statement would have been
probably true, and certainly appropriate, in
asmuch as he speaks, aud has a right to
apeak, for that class, and that class only. If
wc except the .bloody-niiuded Commissaries
of the late Confederate army, of which De
partment Jfltjor'Ililljcr. is believed to have
becu the moat sanguinary of all, a majority of
the Southern soldiers, it is bclieved,are uow
fetuiiiiug in good faith aud allegiance to
their native tlag. This, we believe, is true
also, of a majority ot all. the plain, boucst
white m.cu whether in the Confederate army
or not, in Mississippi. But Democratic pol
iticians and office-seekers, and yankec-rcbel
Commissaries, arc still on the tented field,
marching under " the stars and bars," aud
determined to have etfke or ;shed their last
dropjot ink, iu blackguarding the Repub
lic and every -decent .Union , man in it. Let
them do this if -they choose, but do. it in
their oicn names exclusively. '"We 'of the
South " have surrendered And intend in
future to stand by the Fourth ot July aud
the flag of our fathers. Vicksbvrg Rqiubli-
The VicKsburg Republican but! re-echoes
our sentiments when denounciug the rebel
MajorSjCommissarics and stay-at-home guard
wuo tuiit treason now mat uantrer Jias ae
To a person taking only a ! cursory view
of the social and political condition oi the
South, and its future prospects, there is lit
tle to CLCOuragc a belief that societyor pub
lic sentiment will soon change, so as to do
away with those bitter prejudices which
cripple almost every needed public improve
ment and prostrate trade. But it wc closely
analyze the preseut situation, aud take into
account the agencies which are at work,
and their inevitable results, we shall see
that all the ill-feeling' engendered. 'by the
Tate w ar must, within a comparatively short
space ol time, give way ; -and men who arc
now bitter enemies will bo acting in perfect
concert, in matters' of 'business, religion and
-The Republican party has accomplished
all, and tai more, than was ever contempla
ted even by its most sauguiue supporters.
The whole system of American Slavery' has
been abolished; and those who only a. tew
years aso were its unwilling victims, have
been liberated and enfranchised, and their
rights secured to them by Constitutional
enactment. Every one ot those great hu
manitarian prinpiples which formcd(its dis
tinctive feature has been, established. It
is no longer a question as1 to whether all
men, irrespective of race or color, have the
same civil and political rights: whether
they can vote, or hold any office to which
they may bo elected by the people; or
whether they can acquire property aud be
subject to1 all the pains, penalties and immu
nities ot atiy other class of ciiizens. -The
orily issues that remain of this great strug
gle, are the animosities which have been
engendered ; and they are of too puerile a
character to 'be. worthy ot sober, tliiuking
menr .''' '.' v .. i . .
With the abolition oi slavery, the whole
social aud industrial policy of the South has
been changed; measures whicu before were
to be vy every means discouraged, now be
come of vital importance. Manufactories
arcspriuging up in various parts ot the
country ; a vast system of railroads is pro
jected." forming a complete network over the
South and Southwest; and thercHs nothing
which can long stand iu the way of their
construction. One of these roads is a South
. em Pacific -Railroad, for which active efforts
; are being made to get it under way. These
interests are destined t&.makc fa' complete
revolution, as well in J politics, as in com-
merce ; aud will bring with them such an
- influx of population from every State of the
Uuipn, and from every nation in the civiliz
ed world, as will completely drown out all
local prejudices, and obliterate ; old .ani-
mosities. ManufactUrincr will be accelera-
ted I and industrial pursuit diversified,
which will give u& a market at our ,own
doors for the great bulk of our products.
With this the question of tree trade and
protection will claim the attention of states
men and politicians ; and ou these issues po
litical parties will be rearranged, old issues
which have'beeu fought out and settled will
be forgotten ; and men who t uuv been, bit
ter opponents will be found Working1 side
by side in perfect harmony. ,
So long as slavery remained,; these great
measures of public improvement could not
be carried out ; but now the way is clear,
and there are no interests which conflict
with tbtir accomplishment. We eU upon
all who value peace and arood order in soci
ety, and who love their country, to come
forward and assist, as far as they are able,
these various enterprises; not only for ma
terial gain, but out of motives of philanthropy.--j&tfew
Rouge Courier. ;j
ITEMS OF ALL SORTS.
Norfolk, Virgiuia. meditates lobster cul
ture. 4 t nv - - -. . rr-.--r -
lientucky negroes! are refused license to
f Kate Field is called the; "Critical Girl" of
i . -j -
Mr. Burlington is to remain a moat n in
Porter is still "on draught" in the Naty
Department,:! - .a : r r r r.
The French Agncultural Society
? All Indian cow has adopted and nurfeea a
motherless colt. :
Camilla Urso has injured her wrist by con
Th-e Indian Spiritualists have been hold
ing a convention, r ,-
Dr. McClaiu, of Friucetou, has seven cats,
' -Tl . . 1 . i - V t,
ana is a oatcneior.
Miss Schomberg wore the only solltaric at
the Stockton ball.
A saloon in Helena gives "cube meals" aa
low as. square jones. . . '
i he impress of Austria recently lay in a
trance for two ?davs. . ... .'.
TJiree-fourths of July being passed, next
wees, must oe August.
Jacksboro, Texas, has a semi-monthlv
journal cauca tue f lea.
, At m
. -. - .: ,t
There is ona Alichigan river a timber
jam sixty-two miles long. ;
The remains of Casimirfhe Great, have
been recovered at Cracow.
Young Fred Grant Das distinguished him
self by saving a cousins lifje. : .
A Louisville policeman played thief "for
fun" so well that he cot shot.
Three hundred persons bathe each dav at
Bedford street baths Philadelphia.
A man iu New Orleans immacined he was
a hose and kicked his wile to death.
Gen; W. S.Rosecrans has .been nominat
ed by the Democrats for Governor of Ohio.
Minnesota is going crazy over sott mar
Every farmer iu thcState is planting
Miss" Professor Mitchel is to observe5
the solar eclipse next moritli at Burlington,
A Sav&uuah Fisherman has sold his wife
for sixty bunches of fish ; at fifty cents fa'
The great eclipse begins in Asia ou the
7th of ..August, and ends in this country on
the 6th. -'.V " ' HV-
Ex-King George, of Hauover, gets most of
his spending money from coupons on five
More thau three quarters of the Btock in
the. New York Hansom Cab Company has
"A Pittsfield laruicr claiihVa Sirid of pota
to "just fifteen miuutcs earlier than the
About forty MormOu missionaries axe
now in New York on their way to Europe
to recruit Utah.
A bold boy in Missouri bites off the heads",
of rattlesnakes for.thc trifling consideration
of one dollar per iuakc. '
Velocipede schools arc to be established
by the Austrian war minister in all the regi
ments of the imperial army.
,It is stated by a Berlin paper that Bis
mark's sons are coming to the United States
for a visit or several months.
An Emigaant train, consisting oi a man,
his wife and four children) all t barefoot, is
walking through Ohio on the way West.
The Cincinnati Gaxtttc reports that an
eel twenty-eight inches in diameter was ta
ken from a pipe only two aud a-half inches
I ho teaching oi uerman is very soon i tQ
oe introduced into tue Washington rublic
schools, the requisite legislation to that end
having been . carried through.. In New
York the same result is expected.
A Pittsburg witness put on the stand by
the defendaet, who was having a hearing
for selling liquor on Sunday1, testified that
he had broken the bar open and taken
liquor aud treated his friends ; also, that he
had frequently got liquor on Sunday at the
same place. He was immediately arrested
and placed under bail, charged with violat
ing the Sunday liquor law.
1 Few people on this side the water know
that Finland has a University surjerior to
most of those in Germany, and far ahead of
anything in America. It has five depart
ments, thirty-one professors, a rich library
of two hundred thousand volumes in all lan
guages, etc. Most of us had- an 1 iudefi&fte7
idea that the Finns were in" Culture about
half brothers of the Laps aniT Esquimaux.
The telegrams frpm' Sau Francisco give
us some strange tidings to-day 1 .The quies
cent Chinaman has waited ' on "the' peripa
tetic Congressmaufrom thc Atlantic shore)
and , demaftid 4ome protectlbttSsome fair
sho wing at the hands of i the :United States
government. They appeal from California
to Congress, and they ask nothing but what
is due to common uumamty- protecuon ror
property and such a status in the courts aa
will allow them to be heard in their own
Victor Hugo has a passiou for saving nice
and uncommon things to erery one. and
some one of his responses to casual corres
pondents. are better, than enigmas. The
other xtay lie made a rather unpleasant mis-
tormented W the iouTfieiid poeayf, addresi
cd a poeucai episite 10 v lcior uugo. wno
replied to if as-follows : 'I distinctly eee
your image in your versesyour very idea
camd ctat' bt a head surrounded by a wealth
of blonde ringlets. O, my child, may you
-retain for a long time these blonde ringlets
which the scissors ot age have not yet
toucoea. ine poeucai oncKJayer, a 'man
of sixty years of age, looked decidedly per
flexed upon reading these singular lines.
. mc'J toiDiiL:
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' I- 1
HORSE RAIL ROAD.
& S. WALDEON & GO.,
' - '
jgVER WILLING AND ANXIOUS TO AC
commodate their friends, arrangements have
been made for the Cars to pass their door about
the middle of next week.
We "propose to regulate
GOODS for the Summer.
the price of DBY
PULL TtlE DELL ROPE I H TIME.
The Wilmington Regulator is the place to cet
the best assortment and the most goods tor tbe
least money, v - -
We are bound to close out the balance of our
SUMMER GOODS, regardless of cost, and will
for the next "THIRTY DAYS ." commencing
WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 23rd. iust.
sell Goods, by the schedule price below :
Good Figured Lawns, only.
oest r igurea juawns, only . .
Beautifu Jaconets and Orerandies from 35 to 50
cents f former price 50 to 7o cents.
- ' . ,
Beragt, Leno. Mozambiaue and other desira
ble Dress Goods, including: a few r-attern Fig
ured Grenadines, at very low prices.
DOMESTIC GOODS AT OLD TIME
A DOLL AH SAVED, IS JL DOLLAR
Cpmmou Calicoes, only..... ..... 6i cts.
Good Calicoei, only 10 .cts.
Best Calicoes (choice styles). ... . .124 and 15 cts.
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings,
, 8, 10, 124, 15, 15, 18, 20, and 25 cents, and up.
Extra size Honey Comb, and Marseilles Quilts,
In great variety
Table Cloths and
Damasks, Napkins and
' Pure Linen Huchaback Towels, commencing nt
AU the better grades DECIDED BARGAINS.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT Jjy THE
STATE, ' ' I
dies' Hoee, only.
. . 10 cents.
. 10 cents.
ents' Socks, only
Full lines ol
the above Goods at satisfactory
Pure Liueu 10, 15, 20 li5 cts., and upwards.
Fine Hemstitched Linen, only 35 cents.
SILK SPIDER WEB HAIR
NETS, Black and
Brown only 25 ctntB.
Cotton Spider Web Hair Nts, only 5 cent?.
Best makes, 25, 35, 10, 50 75 ceuts, bud up
SILK, ALPACCA AND GINGHAM
'- Best Assortment
in the city, PRICES GUAK-
SUN SHADES, PARASOLS AND FANS,
In great Varietj; VERT CHEAP.
LACE 31 AN TILL A5 AND
At about half the former price.
WHITJfc AND FANCY SHIRTS AND
o GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
. Modern style; aud living prices.
fiiThe bublic are cordiailv- invited to come and
f receive the full benefltof the ; r
R. S WALDBON & CO,
Froprietors of the Wilmington Regulator,
! No. 7 North Front Street,
X Y VIRTUE f OF j UDGM4NT "! CON
J acmnauon. rendered bv the Sunerioc
of New; Hanover County. 1 will exDoieJe
to the hichest biddejv the pieces and carcels
xauu utuuea in me loiiowuig lisi onoaiur
day the Seventh day of August, One thousand
Eight Hundred and Sixty Nine. The same be
ing for State and Couuty Tax du&-Apd remain
ing unpaid for the year 1868. -
J. W. SCIIENCKJr..
I 5 .203
3 127 !
2 ! 177
3 45 350
Barr. Mary A. E.. . . . . . .
Beesley Richard,. .
Bradley, A. O..........
Bradley, M. Catharine, .
Brown, Hannah. P. W.
Brodenck, Patrick, ajt
Bryant, Joseph, i, . ;,
Bule, D. M
Burch. Mrs. W. T-,....
Barnes, J. W., agent
Cowan, .Nancy. . . .......
Curtis, 6. IT.,. .........
.Costin, MagtMrs. Sin-
Douglas, T. 8. , . . . . . . . .
Everett, Mrs. S.;B.,
Forrest. J. J. .......
Goodman, W II.
Hawes, Jos. (Doan)poll
Hewlett, W. S.....poU
Hill, Ben, col ored ......
Huggins. J. B.. poll and
Lumsden, J C, poll and
L.umsden, adm M Law
do do Jos Lawton.
Moore, Roger agt Julia
Middleton, John. ,
Mitchell, Thbs.... .. ..
McFarlain Simon .......
do airt Lucy Davis
1 2 3
Potter, L D
do Jnlia liucas....
do heirs HT Potter
Redd, agtiWM Pope...
Spooner, Ttos., agent
Mary Spooner. . ... . ..
Sweat, Robt j.
VanAmingc, G. O., Jr.,
Ex'r C. VanAmriuge,!
Walker, estate E. K.
Wallers, Rich'd .j
Welch John 1'. estate oi;
'i S 4 6
Woollifl, W. T., poll..,!
McKenzie, Wm ........
Wright, J. W., adm'r..
Wright, J. w., aam r.,
west part.. v....
Herring, Susan, part...
Garorsh, Sarah E., east!
Gamble, Adam, part. . .
McCoopfy, adm'r Chas.
Brothers, John, agt J.j
Brothers, John, agt R.
Bloodworth, R. N......!
Durham, D. T
973,(10 & Mid. 8
162s!n. E. River
Ivey, S. P
Miller, Jas. A. agt of es
tate of W. S. Ashe. ..
Miller, D. M
McPherson, J. B.. for
estate Mrs. S. J. Beery
Lillington, Jno, for es-j
tate of Jos. '..J
Lillington, John , for Jos !
Willey, W. P., agent
of W. D Willey....
Malpass, Amos, agt of
Walker, J. D., agent
Walker, G. F., A. M.
Hardison, E. S.,
Boney, J. W.........
White, G. W. C......
Murphy, C. W ..... .
Debose, R. T .....
Galloway, C. M
do. adm'r M. Register
Herrny, Alfred T...1
Kelly, W. P....,
Mcllhenny, Thos ad's
Berry, Ann Eliza .
William Wm agt heirs
Wescott, E. . . ,
do A. T. Hewlett. . .
50 adj IS Farrow
adj Jno. Hewlett
IS ! do
Blossom, Sam J... . . . , i
Smith, W. D.... I
Batsou, Henry. ..
Howard, J. W.
agt A &C How
Tarble, Henry F..
Tompkins, G. W.
Williams, R. T.,
liams ...... ....
20 adj. Atkinson'
170 Hau lion's Creek.
100 j Trumpeter.
adj. UAtkinson and
Ennett, Thomas. 200
t I McRae
Boarding House. I 1
UPPER BLACK1 RIVER
Blaud, J. T.
Carr. J. W.. heirs D
Harrell's Store., 4 02
i 14 00
j 10 13
E Black RiTer.
Hicrhsmith. G. W... 33!
Melvin, W. A..L..,
817 Black River.
1 CAINTUCR. ' ! (,
, L , . , !2000 Maulaby Point it 40 00
P. . . . I .ICaintuck i 20 00
Kca, Jas. C
Danner, J. W.
Freeman, W EJ...
Mills, James L......
Striekland, J. R.,;.
Westbroos. C.i . . .
8031 Lewis Creek.
N J E. River.
NJ E. River.
Wi & W, R. R.
Armstrong. Ric-hd! .! 300
Cordner, John C
W. te W. H. R. Co.
Bradley, A. Oi
Brinbaugh, A. C. . . .
WiUiams, Geo- W...
Boner, Samuel J.,..
Hall, w, E., delg't..
WI llllll 1 1 M. tUU.
4 8 28
- HOLLY SHELTER.
1250iN. E. River.
1955 Ashe Creek.
526 N. E. RivcrP
pHall, E. D ..... ....
Lee, T. E....
Ad'i J. A. San-
Mitchell, John L .
10 AdM Wm. Mor
Cutler. F. J ..... !
Howard. H. N., Est
199iC. F. River.
AdM S. Keves.
On Federal P't.
Pi ver, Elijah.......
Potter, R. B
LOWER BLACK RIVER.
Lewis, M ......... 1 345 J Colvin's Creek
Augustine. -F. M...
Ennctt. Thomas . . .
Ennett, J. 8, heirs ol
Empie, A., Agent ot
a't Jas. a. Urcen
Freeman, Agent ot
U. XL. Bryant....
Gardner, T. M
Hill, N. M...
Lippitt, J. J........
Lippitt, W. H......
Lippitt, Mrs. J. ....
Levey, 8. P...
Miller, T. C., heirs.
Nixon, J., heirs....
Petteway, James T.
Smith, T., 8r
Armstrong, T. J....
J.1V. ScBWiCK Jr., Sheriff of New Hanover
County, returns unto Court this 28th day ot
June, 1869, the foregoing levies made upon the
lands of the above named persons for taxes due
from the said persons for the year 1868, for the
several amounts opposite their respective names,
and prays judgment of condemnation for the
same.. . ! ' ..-.' '. ' '-,
Whereupon, it is considered by the Court that
a judgment of condemnation be allowed.
J udgment accordingly and for costs.
J. C. MANN, C.S. C,
' per Geo. D. Flack, Dep't Cl'k.
july 1. ' 186-tf
L. A. HART. 1 JNO. C. BAILEY
IRON AND COPPER WORKS,
. ' AND ' '
MOIXllVE SHOP, ;
ALSO Manufacturers of TURPENTINE
STILLS, and COPPER WORK in all its
Front Street, below Market street.
Wilmington N. C.
H1RT & BAILEY.
London, Livet'pool and
Globe Insurance Com
pany. AjfetsGod 7,005,026
Directors porMmully rospoj)sHl for all vn
ggwncntB of thOmijmjiy.:
'Tt ncml Agouts,
II ilmington, North Carolina
march 21 257-tf,
Marine Insurance effect'
eel to all ports in the
United States a7id
Wejl Indies, by
W timing ton,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS !
BY AIR LINE!
FIVE STEALERS A WEEK FROM
PORTSMOUTH TO NEW YORK.
THREE TIMES A WEEK TO PHILA
DELPHIA. TWICE A
'--V r ' AND -
Daily to Baltimore.
COTTON WILL BE TAKEN ON TIME. TO
be delivered in four days to New York;
throe dayst o Baltimore.
Forfeit to be the entire FreiqJU through.
The W. & W. R. R. Company will now have
an Agent in Portsmouth to look out for its in
terests and its goods both ways.
,8. L. FREMONT,
Eng. and Sup't
, WU. aud.Wei, Railroad: Oct. 20, 1868.
,' -OV,rlr.-f5 fxic.1iert': 1 ': ' ' f - 214-tf
fEapeciallT designed for the use of the Medi
cttl JVqfession and the Family, possessing those
intrintic medicinal properties which belong to
anOWandiWe Guu .. t .
f ;indispensablelto Females. Good for Kidiuy
ComjiainiC A delicious Tonic ; Pat up in cases
containing one dosen bottles each, and sold by
all druggists, Vgrocera," etc A. M. BININGER
& Co., established 1778, No. 15 Beaver street,
JvA. Clifford, Esq., Ageut, WHmiagton, N. C.
june 24 ; . ' 284-tf .
'the - 'V
HAVE FITTED UP
L OJLOBE SALOON,
', , . ... .... : ..... ; -
IVo 1 Grranitellowi
;Ai:i ,ns uui -T ra-i .1-1. . h r fcu-.J-.i
la 1 sepcrior Btjle where they are prepared ttf
entertain DAY BOARDERS, furnish meala at all
hours, and supply families with Oysters and
Game in season.-- r--,
They trust their friends - will rive them a call.
BROCK & WEBB,
TOOfN. E. River.
180 Middle 8ound.
6 AdM. T. Canny.
10 Plank Road.
1033 Green's Mills.
16 - "
300 C. F; River.
50 Newbern Road, j
4 Sound. j
488 N. E. River, j
S40 44 I
1225 Smith's Creek.
12i Plank Road.
110 Island Creek,
known as A.
i" I - 'iMgll'C?
1 r j; ioiiii ivTvrcv;?r!iiifcvv
17 49 i
2 03 7cdyMdi ;iO':&o -xaillo vA
Wilmington & WetdonR. It. Co.
OrnCB CHIETEkO. & GSX. SUFERTSTEKDEVT I
WiLMraoTOH, N.a April 0,1868. i
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTER 8UND AY, the 11th inst.,
our PASSENGER Trains on this road will
leave WUmingtpn at &00 A. M. and 10:00 P. Mi,
and arrive in weldon 6:06 "A. M. and 2:50P. M.
Leave Weldon at 10:15 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington 4:30 A.M. and 7:15 P. M.
The day train wta not run on Sundays.
A daily through freight train will leave Wil
mington (Sundays excepted) at 3:00 P, M., for
the accommodation of Truck Farmers. Passen
gers can also get accommodations on said freight
train as far as Goldsboro.
, Engineer A Sunt,
april 11 Z:.;:, - 263-tf
CIIANflE OF FQEIQUT TRAIN
O0 Ct. -
ON AND AFTER THE 29th INSTANT THE
freight trains will run as follows : Leave
Wilmington Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays;
at 1 o'clock, P. M., and arrive at Wilmington
sam,e days at 8 o'clock, P. M. '!
S. L. FREMONT,
- v Eng'r and Sup't.
may30 t 277-tf
Wilraingfon Manchester R.R. Co
WmiiKGTOsr, & VTzivoTs Railroad Co., 1
Oitics Chief Eko'b aso Gxs'x. Bcr'T y
. Wilmington , N. C, May 28, 1869. )
Obsxr'al SupuanrrairDiKT's Orrics.
. VViLMisoTOjr, N. C, April 10, 1868.
ON. AND AFTER APRIL 11, PASSENGER
1 Trains of this Road will run on the follow
lng Schedule:; :
aSS WUgtagloii daily at. 5:i5 A. M.
Arrive at Florence ,. io-xq a m
Arrive at Kingaville i. . i- p M
Leave Kingsville 12-40 P M
Arrive et Florence '" m
Arrive at Wilmington., i.,.. '.V.' 9:15 P. m!
iTifPoe8iTr?vnc, connects closely at Florenc
wlth the North Eastern Railroad for Charleston,
an?.Cberaw and Darlington Railroad for Chera
and at Kingsville with the South C irolina Rail
road for Augusta, to which point can run through
without change, ; a
aSS. 15inton dai,y , 8:05 P. M.
Arrive at Florence 2-40 a xi
Arrive at Kingsville. ." " 900 A M
Leave KlngsvlUe ' 400 P m '
Arrive at Florence " ' " o'Jo p W
Arrive at Wilmington...; 5 10 a m'
- Accommodation Train connects closely'
Florence-with the North-na--
ChwlestOB, 4 t KtoiUlth' the sonti
cuvutu mm. mc Accommoaation Train
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Wilmington, Charlotte & Ruthcrr
ford R. R. Co.
I Gbnebai, Superintendent's OrriCE.
. Wilmington, N. C, May 15, 1869.
ON AND AFTER MAT 15TH, THE PAS
, senger train on this Road will leave Wil
mington on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 o'clock, A. M. .
Arrive at Rockingham same days, at 31' P. M.
Arrive at Wadesboro (Stage) at 9 P. M
Lekve Wadesboro (Stage) on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday, at 1 P. M. !
Leave Rockingham on Monday, Wedneaday
and Friday at 6:30 A. M. 7
Arrive at Wilmington same days at 3 P. M.
r .W. I. EVERETT,
w&ylO : 274-tf
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTENTION
ot the public to our large aud elegant as
BOOTS A3VD 8HO,
embracing every style and quality known to ths
trade, which having been purchased for Cah at
low prices wc olTer at very low rates.
Our Stock of Goods for
LADLE?, MISSES' AND CHILDKEK'ft
wear is V2:y full and complete, very stylish an
very durable. . i
Our goods for GENTLEMAN'S wear consists
of all kinds and qualities of '
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, AND HAL
with and without the box toe, and ' the assort
ment is so complete that wc are enabled to suit
the most fastidious.
will find it greatly to their advantage t6 ex
amine our stock aud prices beiore making their
selections. iWe devote our second and third
floors exclusively to Jobbing, and keep at all
times a large and well selected stock ol
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
for M 's, Women's and Children's wear which
wc guantee to sell at low as any jobbers iu
i5aitimore or wcw York. We solicit
GEO. R. FRENCH & SON,
SO North Front St.
PURE LEMON SUGAR
' -f - ' ' ' OR .
tfcrpHlS PREPARATION OF LEMON RE-
JL tains in great perfection the natural fla
vor of the fresh fruit together with its agreeable
acidity. The facility with which a Glass of
Lemonade may at any time be made with it,
equaling any that can be made with the fruit in
Its natural state , recommends it to every house
bold and gives it an especial value to travelers
and excursionists, upen land or sea, and to the
sick." - . j ..
Twelve cases just in store at ' I.
' 11 and 13 Front Street.
CHAS. D. MYERS, Aoeitt.
Notice To Tax Payer
Office op Cotrsrr Cojimissioxbzs,
new uajtoveb county,
.... WitJrtKGTOjr, N. C, July 7th, 18G9.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION
ers will hold a meeting at the Court House
in Wilmington on the 19th Inst to revise the
Tax Lists of Wilmington and Cape Fear Town
ships. Ths meeting will continue in session
THREE DAIS ONLY and hear complaints,
after which time no complaints will be heard.
By order of the Board, - ;
R.S. WALDRON, !
w , ,( - Clerk. :
july 8 ' 288-t4.