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.THE WILMINGTON POST.
. WILMINGTON. N. C. JULY 18. 18C9.
1 intelligence irom. nil sources reacn us 01
the concentrating of European attention
upon the fair fields of our Southern lanrT
and soon may wee , able to repeat much
more properly than if the rebellion had sue
cseded. Southward the atar of empire takes
its course." But a little more patient labor
on the part of those patriotic men enlisted
in the diffusion of knowledge with reference'
to our greater material advantages than, anyj
other section of the country; but a few more
months of contiuous effort on the part of
our immigrant agents and writer on the
subject of u land lor the million.'T and all
our extended coast will teem with the hum
ct debarking thousands. We predict for the
iall and coming winter an activity among
our 1 South Atlantic and Gulf ports such as
never seemed possible since the speculative
ays of '37 and "'SS'Vwh'en'we were all to
grow rich and eTen swamps-and everglades
in Florida were laid out in village lots ! No
great fin ancial convulsions can overset our)
plans and ' the people of the South may
goon1 find in the- busy hum1 of trade and the
awakened spirit of enterprise sufilcient at
traction and profit to permit no time to be
wasted in partv strife and bickerings over
paltry offices nevr te be wished for had the
work! of reconstruction gone on' quiet!.
Again an opportunity is to be granted our
I people to turn to account the
wealth to be found at our doors.
I the super-abundant folly still smouldering
'in nam w pouIs may burst out in a general
raid on all strangers bo that the tide maybe
stemmed awhile longer, but we look on the
bright side, and prefer not to acknowledge
the existence of such idiots as the ones we
quoted in our last issue people jwno refer
to the national flag as?M the tyrants ensign,"
and console themselves for their well merit
ed obscurity that they can s:il! scatter venom
through tbecolumns ot sympathetic jour-
nals. We do not think' these people suffi
ciently numerous or influential to injure
greatly the prosperity of the State ; that
tby will do this .tto the extent of their
limited capacity for mischief we have no
manner ot doubt-fbnt'it is a toothless dog
whose bark is no longer fearel or heeded.
To our shores then, we expect to welcome
the myriads from the old world, and for this
" let all wise, provident, and intelligent citi
v We are happy to announce that the pio
neer men are already at work and land is
L -now being offered to actual settlers at rates
with n the reach of any willing worker.
The examplo of Col. Brink wo hope will be
Y followed by. many other excellent citizens
and large tracts of land be brought under
intelligent culture as ho proposes! in his cir
cular! annexed :
: 'The undersigned having a tract of flue
land and being desirous of ; introducing
into this section of the State a thrifty agri
cultural element, offers the following induce
ments to emigrants, or those desirous of set-
. tling -in the old North State: This tract
comprises from eight to fen thousand acres
of the best soil in the State, orio thousand
acres f of which aro under cultivation, and
inch more easily put in good condition. The
Si I is suited to the culture of cotton, corn,
potatoes, wheat, -oats, pea nuts, J vegetables
and fruits. ;
The land is well watered with living
streams, and has a mile of fine water power
upon it. It contains several thousand acres
ot the finest timber in the State, ' '-
The tract is situated in New Hanover
county, and parallel to, and within one and
a-qu,arter to t;wo and a half miles of the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, and op
posite two stations on the road. It is with
in one and a-quarter hours 6i ' Wilmington,
ten hours of Norfolk, twenty-two hours of
Baltimore, -by rail, and fifty-five hours of
Now York, by water. The tract is bounded
by a stream navigable forlarge flats and
rafts, which can be brought down to Wil
mington, any season of .the year, where a
first class market can always be found.
I propose to cut this tract up into farms
of. eighty acres ana upwards, to suit Bettieis,
and on the following terms : ! I
One dollar per acre, cash.
Fiity cents " " in one year.
Fifty cents " u in two years.
One dollar " " in three years
One dollar "
" in four years. (
in six years.
Thu1 it will be seen that a tnan with from
one to tw Lundred dollars can put himself
in possession 6r a good larta, which at onco
places tho means within his reach of making
himseii independent.1 : " ' ' ; n t &
These lands were worth before the war
from $12 00 to $30 00 per acre, and as toon
as the country baa fully recovered from the
effects of the late war they will go up to or
beyond their- former ' value. There tare
houses on the different farms for ' the com
persons. ' : 1 : '
i The advantages herein offered to emi
grants may be summed up as follows :
t 1st. Cbeap lands, and the bestclimate in
tbe worlil with but three months of mild
Winter in the year during! all of which
time the farmer can prepare his lands for
tho early Spring crops. Burnlmer not warm
er than in th Northern States.
, ( 2d. These lands aro situated near, and of
easy access to -all the -best markets in the
States, and being twenty days earlier: than
Virginia and forty-eight hours nearer mar
kets than Charleston enables the producer
to get his early vegetables to tho Northern
markets in advance of any other section,
thereby receiving - the xtra prices for the
first of tbe season."
3d. There is no portion of the State that
has as good a record for health and longev
ity as tue site ot this tract. f"v" ;
. 4i b.The inhabitants, ; surrounding, ... are
celebrated tor their? orderly conduct, and
are considered to t preeminent "J or aim
Dlicitv ot manners, consistency 'of-' charac
ter, aud devotion to principle--
fltb. This is tho most liberal proposition
ever offered in the State to :t migrants, and
ttlers.! ...'; 1 I 'U'
, Cotemporary journals agree !wfth'"uVin
drawtBg.jhe attention t 'of the Southern
jopla toTlhgfeat iorttmes Wltljiui their
grasp f jf Ibeyj tVi bt,f tX wt tl,e toCfiSBf
ability and energy. The :class of men now
leaving England, and ennanyj4rql!such
a character ttiat the goVernnntsi osing this
valuable material are getting alarmed and
are endeavoring to check a movement as
natural as the flow of the tides.
; South ward " they will "come, now " tFai re-1
publican institutions are assured to them,
and soon we may be able to chronicled an
inundation of brain and muscle such as the
good old North State to greatly -needs.-""
Men's minds are formed;by reading, and
the daily or weekly intellectual food in
fluences the intellect, thoughts, and' desires
even as the physical frame is affected' by the
amount, quantity or quality of nutriment
taken into the system. Careful ourselvess
of the character and tone of the articles and
selections we publish, and careful to jealousy
lest our craft and profession be : dishonored
by dishonorable publishers, we have from"
time to time in the course of our editorial
career, attacked the ribald ; the coarse ; and j
me vuigar wuo ay some misiortune became
masters ot ft printing press. Bo careful are
we of tho character " we have established,
and the high standard we have ever before
us in the masters of our art ; that even the
acerbity of political strife seldom tempts us
into personalities or to forget for a moment
that u the thoughts of the people follow us
even as the waves follow the breath of God."
Again we seldom fail to cultivate friendly
, relations with our brethren of the cress.
and save one of tT7C instances in the last
aecacie we nave never missed personal
favor from our political orponents. As in
all trades, callings or professions thre will
be " black sheep " ; there must while God
withholds that " millenial light" of which
the poet's speak be some so base ; so mean,
aud soulless that each drop of honorable
blood we hold from an unstained source, re
volts at friendly or other than antagonistic
relations, and we would be false to our faith,
our tace and our country did we fail to de
nounce the licentious literature" now per
mitted to issue from thoao vat cess-pools
ot iniquity where " commerce reigns and
honor long has fled." We refer to the class
f papers profusely illustrated' and entitled
Days Doings, Sporting Times, etc. If there
be any old time statute our excellent judi
ciary may be able to use, we implore them
to use, or direct its use for the suppression
and prevention of the sale of tho papers
mentioned. The young ; the unformed minds
of our community must" be , protected and
he who offers to the public "poisons" must
be held responsible for injuries donc
; Had Repinings.
" Yes this is Wilmington-one of the oldest
settlements upon the Atlantic coast, once,
represented in her legislative halls by men
of learning, and of wisdom and patriotism,
now; represented (alas! for the word) by
her former slaves and by aliens."
Yes, this is Wilmington, "one of the
oldest, &c.," that is destined under the rule
of " her former slaves" and the 44 aliens" to
be that which her squatters for they lived
like squatters we mean her V ancient and
honorable" citizens woo were stud' bv our
cotemporary to be 44 men of learning," etc.
Now tho term " squatters" wo apply in its
proper sense to people who j squat on a piece
of land; never improve the same, except to
get sufficient to feed on and finally die
and leave the pleasant memory behind ot
doing that which any other beast could
do-4"ate, drank, died." The record of the
" oldest inhabitants" have given them the
epitaph we write, and 14 their former slaves''
with the 44 aliens" from more prosperous sec
tions of the country living here as mis
sionariesseek to build up the waste place,
and make them blossom like the great
Norib and West. Had the writer of the
article referred to ever travelled beyoud the
precincts of his chicken coop ; had he
mingled among his fellow citizens whom he
is pleased to term 44 aliens" his ignorance
and narrowmindedness, would have flown
awaNr in company with his prejudices. , Un
fortunately tho Journal instructor of the
people wants instructing himself, and the
sad spectacle of a man presuming to lead
public opinion is presented to the world
who cannot define the word " alien," and
imajgines the h glories of the future," are
fastened to the editorial joggle board he
The praise the Journal offers to the mere
faction of vagabonds who seek, to divide the
Republican party is exceedingly appropri
ate. We rejoice that Messrs. Price and
Larkins have at last found an organ and a
man to play the same.
The melanchoUy swain, who for his sins
is condemned to grind out wearisome
balderdash for the Journal of indigestion ;
u wonders" where Judge Cantweli received
compliments proceeding to quote from the
Sentinel The fact that Judge Cantweli was
a good soldier while he believed in his
u lost causa" is no dishonor ; that he posses
sed1 wisdom and honor sufficient to accept
the situation and observe his oath of allegi
ance is something even. the editor of the
Journal might imitate without injury to his
reputation for sense or decency. '
It is stated in a Mississippi paper that a
w young lad'i was flying a jdte when a storm
took, him and kite, several miles landing
the'youth in & tree-tojp. "Kite flying" is
dangerous in more places than one on the
banks of the father of "waters? . "''
Oxe of the emigrant agents of tlifr State
Of Hinnessota lias just : returned from En
rope, and reports that he has succeeded in
indbcirg seventy-five thousand Bwedw .tct
conie tb that State this year. - 1 : -
We arecheereclandfincouraeociby th let
ters ot such good men and true Hi&liiw!d,i winds up by : saying "the Impudent
as opr MndJ;Tt&imftte 8mitb;
Would there were morc-hici, '
Wilmington Water Works.
The mingfonlWaterps Compahy;
of which Senator Abbolt U President, are
now called upon by our suffering people to
press forward their enterprise. Abundance
of water can be had adjacent to the city and
of sufficientlevatiotrto carry it to j the topi
ot the highest building in Wilmington. We
have I before, referred to the necessity for
these works should fire break out in any
part -removed from the river. With dry
wells arid tinder like wood workhouses, the
citizens might wake up some fine morning
homeless and destitute. The city will al
ways be found wanting in attractions to her
citizens and to strangers until this very ne
cessary means of cleanliness and comfort are
brought home to each one residing within
our corporate limits..
Arguments as to the great benefits it will
confer upon us are not needed and our ne
cessities are so great that we can but cry to
me powers tnat oe "give us water lest we
The enterprising gentlemen who have
Joined together tor the purpose of making
Wilmington a cijy indeed worthy of the name
deserve the thanks of the community. That
they will receive every encouragement! we
feel assured, only we ask that the initiation
be taken and the reservoir established at
once. In the time intervening between hari
vest and winter, laborers may be had at low
rates and the weather will better permit of
their progress. Let but the public feel as
sured of the work's advancing towards com
pletion and a rapid rise in property may be
The energy with which our street railway
has been pushed is sufficient guarantee for
success of the Water Works and this we
shall continue to recall until the work is
When a Bank loses its entire capital,
either by legitimate business, or the dis
honesty of its officers, as is sometimes the
case, it generally suspends busines3 and
winds up its affairs. Ought not a political
party to do the same ? The proposition
needs only to be stated to be answed in the
affirmative. Now tbe entire stock in trade,
it3 capital paid in aud its capital promised
in the future of the Democratic party has
been the negro. So long as slavery lived its
capital was sure ; but when that "domestic
institution died," it became a question of
just how long the capital would last. It
seems to us that the end is reached, and the
"bottom dollar," or rather the "bottom
nigger" has been paid out. Virginia has
done it. The eiection there last week has
demonstrated that he the inevitable cuffee
is now like a white mau in politics, no
better and no worse, and hence the bottom
of the Democratic political banki ng capital
has bceu reached. He is no longer an
"issue," and cannot bo made one.
A. good many journals, having nothing
etee to do, are engaged in President mak
ing. On the Democratic side they are try
ing to run Geu. Hancock for Governor of
his State in oxn lor resi
dential race in 1872. Ou tbe other side a
well known journal of New England, the
Newburyport Herald, nominates George S.
Boutwell for the P'resideucy, and a Wash
ington correspondent of the Cincinnati Com
mercial elaborately echoes the proposal.
The astute bolter Price declares his sym
pathies are with the "conservatives" ot
"Wirginny." Did wc not tell you so?
Larkins declares his sympathies aro with
anybody who will give him a drink of
whiskey ! Poor Price Leaky Larkins !
Hon. John Bigelow has been, offered the
nosition on the New York Times recently
vacated by the death of Mr. Kaymond. Tbe
inducements offered are $10,000 a year, be
sides a large share of the stock on the most
Mr. Ohio Flagg states that French grapes
are frequently crushed by men stripped
naked : the " sweet' burguudj" is said to
derive its richness from the filthy French
who ' go their whole figure" on the fouler
The scamps are having a farewell howl,
and every time enough hurra donkeys collect
to hear presto ! The " chinning " com
mences and the vulgar Price and the scamp
L-e-a-r-k-a-i-u-s do their beet to disgust
every decent citizen.
m f mm :
A t il' A
A Pennsylvania " conservative tniny
years ago purchased a waggon loaded with
plank, and not getting all the profit he
wanted, drove under a sbed wnere tue
waggon and load still remains :
A FARiiEB is said to have thrown his
vest containing greenbacks on a fence,
and a calf seeing the green, gobbled the
greenbacks. Our Republican bolters it is
said are trying to play calf ! '
The Pricc-Larkins bolting iaction have
attempted two "-indignation" meetings and
aroused the indignation of the people
against P. L. & Co. !
The World thinks that 41 in Virginia the
Democracy have acted with great practical
sagacity and have achieved a most gratify
. Low breedlnzof the Democratic Press
Speaking of that gifted and accomplished
christian gentleman, Rev. Mr. Jamevliynch,
a-Democratic paper publisheda Rankin
county, Miss., calls Mm "this'dweet-scented
pimp of perdition agD.foT the estab
lishment of Loyal LeapJaes, Presiding Elder
of the Methodist Ch?Ch North, agent of tbe
IVeedmanfa Bura Alderman ot tbe city
o iJackiDjQperintendent ot Education
for the 8te 0f Mississppi, loud praying
ff-Wi : drunken vagabond, stirrer up ol
Wtfa arir l disacntions.1 and lyiusr coward".
black scoundrel deserves to be tied up to
& vphiomriff cost and . Riven one imnarea
lasheB od'1 his bare baek,
i BRIDE And uridegrooji.
rs for Young ilea o'nj the interesting
of BrWgroom ito'Brid iajthe iasUta-
relation ox isridegroom 1
tion of Marriage a Guide to xaatriraonialXeUc- 4
lty, and true happiness. ; Sentbj mail in sealed I
letter envelopes free of chareer"Addres,HOW
L fiox P, Philadelphia, Pa.
fTrom Uispensatory of the United 8tateo.J
DI08MJL CJ2LVJ.T4 BUCHTJ LEAVES.
; Pv2wri3.- Tneir odor la strong, dlffoslTe, and
somewhat aromatic, their taste ihitterish, and
analogotisto mint. j ; ; ''. '
Medical Ibrperties and rMBnchu leave are
gently stimulant, with a peculiar tendency to
the Urinary Organs. 1 ' "
- .They are given In complaints of the Urinary
Organs, such asGravel, Chronic Catarrh of the
Bladder,! Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and
Urethra,! Disease of the Prostate Gland, and Re-,
tentionor Incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation.
The remedy has! also been recommended in Dys
pepsia, Chronic! Rheumatism, Cutaneous A flec
tions, and Dropsy. . ij : i 1
-Helmbold's Extbact Bcchu is used hyper
sons from the ages of 18 to 25, and from 85 to 55,
or in the decline or change of life; after Con
finement, or Laior Pains ; Bed-Wetting in chil
dren. ' - - i .1. ; ;;
In afiectiona peculiar to females, ; the Extract
of Buchu la anquaied by any other remedy, as
in Chlorosis, or Retention, Irregularity, Pain
fulhegs or Suppretpinj ot Customary Evacua
tions, Ulcerated ' s .scirrhous State of the
Uterus,, Leucorrhea, orj Whites.
1 Dissases of the Bladder, Kidneys Gravel, and
Drupsicae OwdUtig. This medicine increases the
power of Digestion, and excitea the Absorbents
iuto healthy action, by which the Watery or Cal
careous depositions, and all Unnatural Enlarare-
t munt "fo rfHiiAO(1 flfl TCVll fla Pain anil TnAama.
tion. - - i '
Helmbold's ExrnAOT Buchu has cured every
case of Diabetes in which it has been given. Ir
ritation of the Neck, of the bladder, snd Inflam
mation of the Kidneys, 1 Ulceration- of the Kid
neys and Bladder, Retention of Urine, Diseases
of the 'Prostate Gland,;! Stone in the Bladder,
Calculus, Gravel, Brick Dust Deposit, and Mucus
or Milky Discharges, and for enieebled ;and deli
cate constitutions, of both sexes, attended with
the following symptoms : Indisposition to Ex
ertion. Loss ot Power, Loss of Memory, Difficul
ty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Hor
ror of Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness of vision.
Pain in the Back, Hot Hands, Flushing of the
Body, Dryness; of the Skin, Eription on the
Face, Pallid Countenance, Universal Lassitude
cfithe Muscular System &c.
Hbxmbold's Extract Buchu is Diuretic
and Blood-Purifying, and cures all diseases aris
ing from habits of dissipation, excesses and im
prudences in life, iui purities ot the Blood, fcc ,
superseding Capaiba in affections for which it is
used, such as Gonorrhoea, Gleets of long stand
ing, and Syphilitic Affections in these diseases,
used In connection with Helmbold's Kosb
bold by all Druggists and dealers everywhere.
Beware of counterteltsi Ask for Helmbold's.
Take no other. Price, $ I 525 per bottle, or six
pottles for So" 50. Delivered to any address. De
scribe symptoms in all Communications.
Address H. T. HELM BOL, 59 Droadway,
None are genuine unless done up la steel
engraved wrapper, with fac-simile of my Chemi
cal Warehouse, and 6ianed
H. T. HELMBOLD.
U. . Marshals' Office.
J WILL EXPOSE FOR SALE AT THE U.
a. Marshal's office of Wilmington, Tuesday July
2,7th, 1869, at 12 o'clock, A. M.,
X 1 TTrr. . .-
FIVE BOXES MANUFACTURED TO
NINETEEN BOXES MANUFACTURED
ELEVEN BOXES MANUFACTURED TO
BACCO; FORTY BOXES MANUFACTURED TO
BACCO : I
To the highest bidder for cash, the same having
been decreed and torfelted by order of the Uni
ted States Circuit Court, held at Raleigh, June
Term, 1869. , .
SAM'L Ti CARROW,
TJ. 8. Marshal.
By Joseph U. Neff U. S. Dep. Marshal. '
july 18 291-tda
Ijoyc's Book Store,
WITH NEW FRONT, NEWLY PAINTED
and refitted, is now one of the handsome
est in the citv. Having: a eood stock of Books,
Stationery and Fa j oods on hand, I will take
pleasure in waiting on my old patrons and the
public generally at the NEW STOKJfi.
b I . JNO. D. LOVE,
july 18 291-tf
TVTR. WM. 11. BIDDLE ANNOUNCES HIM
JLtJL self as a candidate for the position of Con
SUITABLE MAN AS A STEWARD IN A
Enquire oi !
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ESTABLISHED
a carriage shop ou third street next door to
8outherland & Steagali's Ne;w 8tables. They
solicit a call from all in want of Carriage,
Waerons, etc. Repairing in ill the different
branches neatly and promptly done, and all
HATDEN & HaNBY. '
july 13 89V2t
- " - - ; y
rRE TREASURER AND COLLECTOR RE-
quests that Merchants aPDealere would come
up and pay their Sific Tax lor the month of
July. Thoef bailing to. setUe by August 1st, will
be dal with according to law.
rtmE BRIDE'S FATE, SEQUEL TO THE
J Changed Brides i r
H.ns Breitminus Ballads in 1 volume, beanti-
folly bound; I 1
The Primeval Man by tho Duks of Araryle;
Gates Wide Open;
Gates Ajar; , '
Leonora Caraloni, by Trollope;
Breaking a Bitterfly;
The Last Anthenian by Rydberjr;
Fanchon; Th Cricket for Geo. Sand; Cart up by
the Sea, by Biker: Little Foxes, by Mis. Stowe;
Fairfax, by Jbhn Esten Cooke; Bed Court Farm,
bv Mrs. Wood: Gold Elsie by Mrs. A. Li. Wisten:
Service Afioal, by Admiral 8emmes For sale
Lire Book 8tore
'July VL ' . i- l - . a
Jm K. DAVI, - - - : -I t proprietor;
J . ." , i4 i ' v ' ''-
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS THE ONLY FIRST
CLASS HOUSE in the City ot Wilmington,
and offers to travelers every comfort and atten
tion lound in the best ho aces In the country.
4 . june 10r 7 r rrti; - 290-tf
1 :- c- . r 1-
1 ! i
lO Nortla JBrocLt St.,
... WILXINGTQX, X. ,,a, ;
FINE BOTTLED LfQUORS, SEGAR8,
OLD ALES, POBTER Ac.
FURNISHED ROOMS BY DAY OR
! J, A. CLLFFOXlDt
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
THE UNDERSIGNED; BY VIRTUE OF A
decree of the Superior Court of Aew Hano
ver county, will expose to sale at puone auction,
at the Court House door in the city of W liming
ton, on Thursday, the 23d day of July next, the
foUowiug described real estate, to-wit : :
One LOT, corner Front and Princess, being
thirty-one and a half (311) feet on Front street,
and running west with Princess street sitxy-sii
(bo) leet, on wnicn is situated the store now oc
cupied Dy Sutton fc ChUds.
SIX LOTS on Princess, adjoining the above,
being 20 feet eacn on rrmceBS street, and run
ning back 81i feet, with buildings thereon.
ONlfi TUKJfilS iiKHJii bTUKE on
south side Martcet, having 181 feet front on Mar
ketbtrcet, and running back feet known as
No. SKAiarket street.
UN IS ktxxU&Ei BIUKl sruuh. siukk on
Market street adjoining the above 26x70 being
No. w Market street and occupied by u. Marcus.
ONE TWO STORY BRICK STORE on north
side of Market street,-16 feet 6 Inches by 6p feet.
being No. 13 and occupied by D. Newman &
iireenbursr, together with building immediately
J in rear of same, 25 feet 0 Inches by 15 lect (J
A RICE PLANTATION iu Brunswick countf.
containing 4W acres, ot wnicn 7U acres are
cleared, with improvements thereon.
A VERY DESIRABLE PLACE ou Mason
boro Sound, about 7 uiles lrom the city, con
taining about 160 acres, with dwelling house and
Term of sale one-third cash ; balance iu
equal payments at six and twelve months. Notes
with approved security, bearing interest from
date, litle reserved until purchase money is
paid, with power to sell on purchaser's account
pon failure to meet the payments.
DAN'L L. RUSSELL,
june 17 28-ts
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS I
BY AIR LINE!
FIVE STEAMERS A. WEEK FBOA
PORTSMOUTH TO NEW YORK.
THREE TIMES A WEEK TO PHILA
DELPHIA. TWICE A
Daily to Baltimore.
COTTON WILL BE TAKEN ON TIMEj TO
be delivered in four days to Nc lork;
three dayst o Baltimore.
jf orlGit to re tne entire jrreujM tnrougu.
The W. & W. R. R. Company will now have
an Agent in Portsmouth to look out tor
tor its in-
terests and its goods both ways.
6. L. FREMONT,
JEner. and Bup't.
,1 TVuT O .n--J
L. A. HART. JNO. C. BAILEY
IRON AND COPPER WORKS,
ALSO Manufacturers orTUKFENTinifi
STILLS, and COPPER WORK in all its
8treet, below Market
Wilmington, N. C.
HART & BAILEY.
PURE LEMON SUGAR
r or v
tfcrpHIS PREPARATION OF LEMON RE-
X 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
Twelve cases just in store at -
11 and 13 Front Street.
CHAS. D. MYERS, Agent.
june 13 2S1-U
Notice To Tax Payers.
Orf ick or Cocktt Cokmissiokxbb, 1
HMv HakovxrXoumxy. i V
Wilmington, 5". C, July 7th, iSS. j
THE BOARD OF COUNT? COJfKtlSSlOy
ers will hold a meeting at Court Hou'
in Wilmington on the 10. to revisa
Tax Lists of WilmingV aQd ape Fear
ships. The mecti "Will continue IK-
THREE DAXO- and hear r -
alter wnicn Ja no compuunw w plainf.A
By oroWoftht Board, be ieanj
WALD' .0 v
julyt ' Cleric.
All cekla Trnvlnr. Via A I W
Kfftkn.....nn.i on board
On AJiXi AFTEB J L: NE 1ST, A ItLVRRWA
from porta south of CapeFta r will rSSSS
at the visitine station near fimitv llAr11 c?me to
w ;r i ip rnr imwAA.
examlnaUon. TeaseU other k th the Sses ut T,1111 a Med ground fine orchard, beau
te W-PW fflffitST1 S5teSff?.w all necessarv
: . aiaswra .:i ve&sei k vUi tv Z
llV p;o7id'w waerpeuaities
Qaarw j-Atine Fhysldaa.
IJiVl VEBSITV OJP VORTH
THE FALL SXBJioKybFjTHIS ivftTTTrT
tion will mm JjtiLZ&?. lOTITU
prox., and continar j tweS wVek. vZl A?e Tho.88 EerlnS tickets can select any number
and Mormal Depar, rtmenti Tand ; a cenersi AnJI I HvlfL -tSJJ e number ordered has been
free of cnargc, to fuSftfi T tiSbe?nf SiS?5 fture of the Becretary. vpwy ana
of the Stated W tZT1 mldente . ET.We &r torchant. bank, .
Appiy to f ae.Presideil , . ,
:! "i ' V OF . f ;
PEUSO AL PROjPEIlTF
-Angtist 2&tlx9 1869.
Real a nd Personal Estate & gency ,
RMEMGU, .V. C. i
CAPITAL 8TOCK $130,000,
B CB SCRIBED AJSD BY; BE8POS8IBLE
PERSONS, CHARTERED'BY THS LEO:
ISLATUBE OP JiOBTH CAROLINA i
JOSEPH G. HESTER, President,
JOSEPH DIXON, Vice-President.
JOHN SKINNER, Secretary.
ROBT. G. LEWIS, Treasurer, lord $5,000.
Supervisors of Drawing,
CYRUS P. MENDENHALL,
8ION H. ROGERS,
JAMES H. FOOTL.
8,000 Valuable Pieces of Property to
Drawn for, Wort h $146,094
73,3 IT Tickets to be sold at $2.00 Each t
SEVEN FINE RESIDENCES FotR is th
City or Kalxigu !
Unc Residence in Raleigli, N. C,
One - ' " '
One " " "
One 44 Warreuton
One 44 Chapel Hill
One uotei in lajiorsvule
WST OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Samples on exhibition at HESTER BROS. & CO.",
, No. 26 Fayetteville St., Raliigh, N. C, r
at the regular cash prices. v '
10 Fine Pheatona, tG00 each, made by II.
D. Schmidt, Baltimore, Md........ $ G,000
10 Fine Top Bugjrtes, S50 each, made
by II, D. Schmidt, Baltimore, Md-,- &r&
50 1st Premium, 7 octavo Pianos, mado
by Tremaine Bros., N. Y., $650 each, 32,500
5 Parlor or Church Organs, 6 6tops, S350
each made by Tremaine Bros., NL Y W350 '
500 Sewing Machines, Wilcox & Gibbs,
fttO each 30,000
500 Bilk Dresses, best article, 12 yards
each, $40 20,000
6 Velocipedes, $75 0
24 Rolls Brussels Carpet, 45 yards each, t
$135 per roll ,ow
o Salamander ssafes, llder s patent, best
la the worm, saou each.
1 Cash Prize, 31,000 gold.
10 Cash Prizes! f 100 each.
200 do do 10 do..
G72 do do 5 do ..
1000 do do 3 . do
SOOO Priies. v alue of the total ain't, $146,694
All of the above is put in the drawinjr at the
regular cash selling prices and will-be disposed
of by a regular modeol Drawing, and in order
to accomplish this, the Company will sell 7&34T
tickets at 2 each.
Tho-Drawing will take place in the city of
Raleigh, immediately alter sale of tickets, of
which due notice will be given, at least one week
belore the day of drawing.
The Company is working under ihe yrovisions
of a special. Charter granted by the General As
sembly of North Carolina, which compels the
Company to comply l'aithlully with all contracts.
Copies can be naa on application to tue jom-
All the above mentionea property win certain
ly be uisnosed of as above stated, and those
drawing it will bo invested with tho title i? iei
simple. , . '
No member of tie Compauy is allowed
to purchase any tickets.! .-j.
or Drafts, at the risk of the Company.-
No property will oe listed unless t-e tine v
indisputable. , ... .
The ireaaurernas ueeu reuirca tugnc a uuuu
for the faitbful performance of his duties. lie is
rpd in ricnoeit. dailv. in the bank, all mon-
. "f?? . i!
UCIivla BID BOIU nuu an vtiv " ww
itiveiy drawn and delivered to tne parties draw-
ing. Sena two aouars oy express, puat uiuuo
order, registered letter, or draft, at our risk,
or by mail at your own, and take a chance at the
3.00U valuable prizes oifered.
Tickets win oe sem any wucru iu tuu uuitcu
States at the Company's risk upon the receipt of
a and postage stamp.
The plan oi arawing suau oe as iouuwa ; muro
shall be two wheels, one a prize wheel and one
a number wheel, arranged in some public place
iu the city, where any one noiamg a ucnei may
be present on tne aay oi drawing, in xue num:
her jWneei mere snaji ue io,oi nuncio wnw
Dondinir in number to those which have been '
sold. In the prize wheel there shall be Z,w
tickets. These tickets will bo deposited In f
whep.ls bv a board ot supervisors, wno ina'
appointed by the Directors, alter which th
shall oe scaiea up anu piuccu iu mo u
city, until the time ol ui awing, wnen
visors snail Dnng tnem iu mo pit
break the seals and tne drawing s
p.a ol bv takine a ticket lrom eac
rheel at the
Hen from the
,rizc drawn fey
aiber to the oho
same time, and the prize tlcke
prize wneei snail ucsiguaie i.
. . a ' i . : M .
1 1 Jl . ? . A. k Am
tae tlCKet correspuuuiu iuj
taken from the wheel at tlr
wheel shall be well shake
samo time. T
The supervisors w ill bf aft
and noted for honesty f
r each ticket
not be allowed to pur. gentlemen well known
stock in tho uompar na integrity, who will
will be drawn trom chase tickets or own any
and a lull report ' y. The numbers and prizes
will be publish each wheel by two blind bovs
immediately ' vf all numbers drawing prizes
Is JSSCRIPr - ih some prominent newspaper
rt7kn Fur ter the drawing.
BE i'lON OF REAL ESTATE.
.-fir - siDrcas bur in the city of
' ' iwueign.
iW oiagniflcent brick residence about I mile
j r t' the Capitol of the State with 8 acres of
C -und, line orchard, delightful spring of water
i - .eautiful grove, walks of modern style, abun
' V-dance of evergreens, all necessary out-honser
, brick stablft. rflrriairliniiA vi.n,
1 XT i j o i aiuc CiU.UW.
i n One large and convenient house in the ciCy of
, I Raleigh, ou Ncwbern street, thirteen lartr. mn.
double parlors, with all necessary out-buildinfiTB';
U acres of ground, and a beautiiul oak trrak
v alue o,ow. j - :
One largo house ou Newbern and Bloodworth'
streets, containing twenty rooms enltahle for a
uvuiuftuuuac,unueue8sary oui-DaiJdins. with
a beautiiul oak grove in the yard and i acre rrt
ground. Value $5,000. 1 - oi
One beautiiul largo Residence, on Xcwbern
street, eight rooms and basement, four out -build"
logs and stable,seven acres ofground, elm cro
very desirable and attractive. Value S3 000
One in Warrenton, N. C, known as the Alston
property, in perlect order, one of the best built
houses in the State, containing fi iaro-a
douhle piazzas and porticos, one of th
commanding and beautiful residences In th-
uui, uuuuuigB. v aiue
The property at Tavlora villa
valuabre and cheap. It is a hotel at the county
seat of a flourishing and growing village ol I
thousand or more inhabitants. anH 5tn,o 1
Bq?f frm a Sod and flourishing College, no
school ot better grade, right on the line ofll
AUantic and Ohio Rail mart k. ...l.irf
ifii?m.OUilJainreglon enery is truly dc
!Kf SnSJa5cinatiD contains twenty rJomsr
Qne in Chapel Hill, conUinmg A rooms, with
fire-places, and oneforty-foot diiintr room! AUn
kitchen, out-houses and oBi-rtnhf.i.fc-J
11 be orenA f ZiT- z wr ,"uw Jiwcei wm do sent. One
er?5$! Entire I three cent stamn mnt ka llz? . V"
er gentleman of atanding in the city oi Raleirh.
address." -T6 cnPti0? and parUcuiars.