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TITE CONVENTION OF THE RE
TrJBLTCANcS OF THE STATE OF
NORTH (CAROLINA, WILL MEET
IN THE CITY OF RALEIGH, ON
THE SEVENTH DAY OF JULY,
S80, FOR TIIEPURPOSE O Y NOM'-
IN ATTN G TWO ELKCTOR3 AT-
LARGE, AND STATE OFFICERS.
- BY ORDER OF STATE EXECU
T riVE 03MMITTEE.
The Chicago In(cr-0ean bhy : Sec.
netary Shepn in electioneers by red us
in the national debt $10,00P,00D per
monio, ana u i dj nn means a osiu
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The Alexandria QazeHi rematks that
"Mr. Shertwan says 4ilic rebel element
"bow eontruli the Dnocraiic rartv
"In rrcry 'soatHern state, and that the
' "triumph of 'that ' clement is the dis-
of American 'civilintion.'
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Why did Jos. J. Martin the -Re pub-
fle in representative vote; to keep up
the duty, eu paper? We are cursed
with ringr cliques and monopolies, and
Ve hope Mr. Martin can cive some
g jod reason for this act, which (unex-
plaind)we consider an outrage against
every pcor iran In North Carolina, j
The rice of paper has been fwrced to
double its real value by these monopo-
?be, and Mr. Martin is assisting them.
The Blaine brethren have very mod
estly been c'aimingitwo thirds of the
delegates from Ohio. But the Cincin
nati Cbmwerci2?(antUGraat) don'tseem
to fchtnk So, It says : Ohio will appear
at Chfcago substantially unanimous for
Sherman ; as nearly so, at least, as New
York was for Conkling at Cincinnati
hi 1876. There may be an eccentric
person or two in the crowd with the
hilent for irritation highly cultivated,
but that will be all. T
; Hiermans Platform
Mr. Sherman goes before the Chicago
..Hvention "with a firm determination
not to detraet from the merits or ser-
viees of others, tor to ttek this- lofty
- ..j F .
elevation by ciishonorabie
lying evasions , or Irretenses. This
msgnanus utterance nas tue greater
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weight from the fact mat m me pre-
fiminary eampaign now in progress Mr.
feherian's friend organirsd, into -a
Feznlar assoeiatioe, have scrupulously j
ouerved the above terms. . fcome inju-
dicions persons may have violated boih
the letter and spirit or the general pro
eramme. but such violations are d is
tinctlv renudiated by Mr. Shefnan's
friends as a body. We challenge any
ease in-which the Sherman association
has failed to meet the terms laid down
by their; creat leader. Some friends? cf
iher candidates fwrRet that in an ami
cable canvass within the party cny
eratuitoua slander, and. in case of h:s
nomination, will fiLd their position ex-
tremely awkward , I asningcon norm.
J.fcn Sherman said at Mansfield,
f)hio. on Ma-cb lst. 1880.
"Next to a firm and iudicious en-
forcement of the law by the eeuriP, the
best remedy lu the south would be the
eucouragemeut of common Echols?,such
as are almost universal in the ror'h.
This should be a matter of public pol
icy. both by the state and national gov
eminent. If the colored people of the
south were redeemed from the ignorance
eaused slavery, it "would be no more
possible to overawe and overcome them
bv th lrn klux klan and tissue ballots
by the ku klux klan and tissue baiiats
than it would be possible tasncceed by
snchmeansin thenor h. - f .
A ay Uieu, 1U COUUlusiUU, maw mo
Republican party is about to appeal to
iha Amnriran npnnlp in standi bv the
policy that has secured to yiu pro.
tmnn.ri ninnrit- and .will Rcure to
allot our people equal, civil and politi-
cal rights. IiCttbe National Cenven-
tion at Chicago, alter iuu consiaeraiion.
and without nias or prejudice, say wbo
an best lecure success, and the ltepub
Mean rHv- lik a wfll drilled army,
will A,.t"i lino Vnii nvprmme the
IIMltl JUWV 1IUV M v t vvw -w '
No remeJy in the world ever eance-
into gueh universal use, or Las so fully
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woa ia eocnaence oi nrantina, as
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for tbe cure of
vuui( vuius auu vuubuuijiciuii.
. PakAdise, N. C, April 10, 1880.
My Dear "Logix": Circumstance
over which you seem to have no eoa
trol embarrass yea more than frequently.
You tune yocr lyre for the third
term oratorio with a persistency that
should entitle yen to the gratitude of
everybody in the state that is, if, as
yon say, everybody U for Grant.. Don't
yon think, sometimes, that you rather
over do the number ef ardent admirers
of the r x-rresident, tnafc you get in ft
rcomsa to epcak, with about thou
sand in rr.irs or other reflecting glasses
and s?if yourself in all cf them and
not knowing who it is, say, this is the
whole of Nosth Carolina, as I' am. a
truthful man. Turn mas, come here
let us wriie to the Time that the dele
gation will be solid. - ; !
It i.- said, Login, that man h fcar
frrUy Rud wonderfully, made, whether
thU be so or not generally in youri case
it is cnc'uiveiy proved and yep are
wanted as a delegate to Cbicago,'tn faet
you are nqw a necessity as thjj Moses
ja Egypt to ike Grant beoro, the third
term clairvoyant who looks into futurity
with. lunatic confidence and sees not
only sr;id North Carolina bnt the whole
RepuMicau delegation one thousand
strong,' marching into Chicago with
third term crape on their hat, singing
"G d sive the King.''
Tl.i-! nite trtousand is not txaer, but
the iti n who obtains delegates after
your nr.nner eancot fix the number
wiili Hi sactness of one wbo. deals in
the cxnrt sciences. Oae star more or
less i:i vhe broad firmament is of no
c - onstqu - t.ve when all are for Grant,
and the .moons too, particularly the
tuil s, Tu!l of damage to springerops
3 ou;.g '.. fettjs and unmatured minds.
I ;ieak it these full moons, Login, h8
they aje.rlo be ipartieularly adapted
to your tyie pi figuring, they are of the
expausiye oioer in appearance, wnen
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first coming to view, and afterward
gradually diminishing until the last
quarter is? reached, when they retire to
a thin edge and present proportions
similar to the third term delegates from
North Carolina. The, only nearer com-
' o ,
parison I now-think of is a moon in a
dark night or the daytime.
As a prophet yon lay over any that
ever fcre built, only it is necessary to
come in en ycur blind side and take
facts ss ven never see them.
You have but one equal as a prophet
now liviDg, that is your newspaper, the
Txmtt However you-are young as yet,
when you mature and ripen yon bid
fair to be a standard of supreme intel
ligence. Should you force your growth
a little by the use of strong iertilizrers
you may be able to approximate within
nineteen of how the North Carolina
delegation will fctand and in that pro
portion gue3 who will be the Repnbii
can candidate for President. "
I shcjnM feel certain of this were
your judgment unbiassed by your de
sire to ! secure a friend at eurt wh
could convince you that it was a duty
you owed to the people to accept an
office for superior worth
I left you, Logan, at Goldsboro tak
Is 1 i 1. i 1 l'JI a. - f j L
jog tome the Sherman delegates of the
Second District to inecribe their names
r iA t v ' .
u .y. 3 our
v pureu one
of them outng&t and have put the
otner rn ycur general roil as certain;
that i., yr n thiiik ycu have them
w. : . . . r,an nf vnr stvl. f
uuiuu is iiiw name luinir, JLrt)iran. iet-1
me tell you,
if you should go to Chica-
go and undertake to deliver fche North
p as you put it down
for the (x-President, you know how
boys catch bird by putting salt on
their tails' well, tou will want a pro
UJuciiva salt mine.
an officeholder, and
hre therefofd not permitted to exercise
theordinary privileges of American citi-
z5E8 at rarY conventions, I de not now
hope t0 mck yen except through a
newspaper j bat is neutral in politics,
1 Lave lb pught the Pc5T, to
reach you i i yout retirement, having
o ascertain your postoffice
ns Lcen brillfant and
Disband. By!, order cf the Got-
i ernor ani cpmmanaer oi hiei Adju-
tant Genera Jones has disbanded the
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Of theSedndEegiment Company D.
. ; Of the Fifth Battalion-Company A,
Hanover Light Infantry: Company B,
Cape Fear Liht Infantry; Company D,
Fayetteville Rifle Guard; Company E,J
II. The arras and accoutrements ibe-
l&nging to the state lof North Carolina
in posse?810. of these companies will
be promptly d
livered or accounted; for
as srjeciaiiy id
irected in each case; of
bondsmen will be held
bonds. . ; ' ;
will make a th
receiving this - property
horougb inspection fthe
d rert resuits of such in-
$pcciion to the1 Adjutant General of the '
i aisic. i
CIT i: ITEMS.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet -Navy
Tobacco. 1 J - ly
.Second Sunday after Ea3tef. '
Heavy frost yesterday morniog.
j One interment in Rellevue Cemetry
this week an adult.: ; H
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The was one interment this week in
St. Thomas' Cemetery.
Politics is getting hot hereabouts.
Keep cool, boys. !
Advertise in the Post if you wish to
tell you? goods fast, j
Friday wa3 the anniversary of tie
surrender at Appomattox. I I
Things were lively In . the diSrent
wards of this city, Friday night.
All true lovers ot liberty sheuld read
the Post during the coming- campaign
Coiae in and pay your subscription
for last year, and renew it forth&ensu
,Sui8cribe for the Post if you want
to get the latest news of the day on all
Qiite-a l?rge number of hogs were
captured and carried' to the citj pounds
There were fuiir - interments m O
dale this wetk two
adults and two
Three interments in Pine Forrest
Uemetcry this 'week; one adult and two
The Post is ou'v $1 00 a eiir. the.
rise lu printing pupei
t tiu. con'.rnry
We wer. prn?td to sve on our Mreets
last Friday, CajVi. V.mu B yW;, -the ft
mous Navigator auct q.iauo v.yager.
Rv. F. li. n oo l win preach this
morning at the Fifth Street. Church
and this evening at the Front ttreet
One would almost think winter was
here again, considering ihe grat de
mand fur overcoats a few days during
the past week.
A gentleman informs us thai twenty
four telphone poles on the Turnpike
were struck by lightning On Tuesday
The Register of Deeds has issued.
four marriage licenses this week, one
f which was lor a white couple nd
the remaining three for colored toup!e3
GnASD RoTiXD. The eauvas3 be
tween te friends cf Messrs. cted man
and Waddell was wound up vvith a
grand round. All drunk and all down
Col. Waddell is very much more pop
ular with the Democratic party than
hk Democratic enemies have siven
him credit for, heretofore, as the vote
on Friday night showed.
St. John's Church, corner Third and
Red Cross tree? llev. George Patter-
tereon, D.D , Rector-April llth The
gccon(i Sunday after Easter. Celebra
lipn at 7:0 R &m Morning l'raver at
n a'ccck. Evening Prayer at 7 o'clock
Sunday School at 4 p. m.
Rev. Dr. Geo. Patterson, the verv
iwuiuai acwh;i w uu uuuua xaiisii.
f .has been quite sick during the past
rweek, but we were exceedingly glad to
learn oa yesterday that he wa? very
much belter, and is txpected to ouiciate
to day at St. John's.!
Criminal Court. Ihe April term
of this court convened on Monday last,
at 10 o'clock.
The followisg cases have been dis
.posed tff. .v . 1 '.
Henry Miller, charged v;iih asfdu't.
Geo. Hill larceny. Judgment sus-:
pended. : j .
J. M. King. JutJgfneat nisi,
J. H. Cruse, charged with burning of
thedwelliDg cf Mr, (John A. Sanders,
was arraigned tl is afternoon. Messrs.
F. H. Darby, T. U. McKoy and II. H-
McKoy, were assigned as cousel. The
case was set for 10 s o'clock Tuesday
morninr. and a venire bf 1C0 cood andi
U:wfQi citizens was ordered. .
Geo. Hill, larceny. Guilty. Sentenced
6 years in the penitentiary.
Love Ann Jones, for being an acces-
sory to an attempt fo commit lapel
Guilty, beutenced to statejpenitentiary
for ten years,
l. F. Lipsc
Not yet sentenced. i
Henry "Cruse, arson. Guilty. Twenty
years in the penitentiary.
The same defendant was indicted for
larceny, and submitted to a verdict of
m;ir-,i u.tip ,r,.t. 7;t
xi.io.u -wulu,;,..WUJ.! . . uu,,.
not guilty, - v
Bwi. atojre, larceny, v eruict not
guilty.: i i
Office "Good SAMAErrAir,"-.
Newbcrn, N. C , April 8, 18S0.
Editor Post !
I wish to inform my friends, the sub
scribers and patrons cf the tiood SamcL.
ritan, published by me at Newborn, N.
I C, that it will be suspended for one
week o,n account cf the sickness of mj
printers, and some needed changes that
I desire! to make. V
I. B. Abbott, Proprietor.
Notice to Mamnees United States
of America, Virginia. Automailc Sig
nal Buiy off Cape Charles. I
Notice is hereby given that, of
about April 17, 1880, an Automatic
Signal 3uoy, painted red, with the let
iern C. C. in white, and giving blasts
of a whistle at short intervals, will be
moored, six and onehalf miles south
east of Cape Charles Light-house, In
about six fathoms of water. ; j
By older of the Light House Beard ;
John Eodgees, ;
Hear Admiral U. 8. Navy,
Office ojf the L'ght-House Board," j?
Washington, D. C, April 2, 18S0.
WiL?iiioTON Mutual TsuAAycE
Company. The annual meeting bf the
members and policy holders ef tie
Wilmington Mutual Insurance . ' Corns
pany wks held in the Court Room, at
ti:e City Hall, on! Wednesday night.
The following officers t were elected
fur the i ensuing -year : .
President W. A. French, re-elect;
i-cd-!::. ' "-.r-- i .
Vice-President J. Kent Brown,- re
elected.' . y
tecr'tftary and Treasurer -Samuel N.
Directors Wui. Lar kins', John H.
Freeman, R. E. Ileide, H. VonGlabn,
R. J.,Jj)nes, R. E. Calder, R. S. Rad
cliff, James H. ChadbouraH. Mj Bow
den, Wb A. French and J.Kent Brown.
The reports indicated a gook years'
business, all losses having been paid
and a handsome surplns left on hand,
uajj vs JxLtDKHM.Es x HQ po&xa
of Aldermen met in regular monthly
Monaay last; all tlie members
The Finance Committee reported that
they had no authority to grant the
petition of George Harriss, and the re-
Port was receivcu ana aaoptea. Ane
same Committee reported progress in
. I. .11 a ? at 'L t x n L
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ia voiuimuee on uis reporieu
tuat tuey uaa awaraea me contract lor
' liiiltti rsr
lamps, &c., for the ensuing
year, to B R Xing. The action of the
Ccinmiitee was confirmed.
Contract for keeping city mules was
awarded to T. J. Soufherland at $32.50
per mow h,
Conmct with the Wilmington (Jas
C9mpaoy wss continned.
J. J Dry was awarded the eontraet
for removing night soil.
The B$ard appropriated $50,000 for
the present Cecal year.
The iMayor was authorised to a
an additional health officer, whereupen
he appointed Mr, Was. M. Hays.
An il lamp was ordered'to be placed
at the corner of Davis and Third streets.
Sunday applications for positions up-
on the1 police ferce were referred to the
committee on Police
Petition from a number of citizens,
i tn have Castle street hardened, was
: ietu auu rcicneu 10 iuc vuici o. vntc
Some other business of importance
was transacted, when the Board ad-
nFurncRATin Excitemest Blood
Haiii, axd Black-Eyes. On Friday
-1 . .
night last, the ward meetings of the
Democratic party was held, for the pur
pose oi selecting aeiegates to tne
Couritv Convention, which will be held
hereon the 17th of April, for the pur
pose of selecting delegates to the Con
gressional and State Conventions.
There has been for the past week,
great excitement over the matter. The
contest was between Maj. Charles M.
Stedman and Hon. Alfred M. Waddell,
candidates for the' nomination for
Concress. The canvass has been bitter
in the extreme, not only between the
friends of the contestants, but between
th' contestants- themselves. Messrs.
Kidman and Waddell. have made a
personal canvass of the entire city. Ud
late and early, encouraging their
friends, therefore, they run together
msny times.and the language they used
to each other during these short inter
j views was not at all complimentary. But
their friends did not stop at words,
They bad many bloody fights,, and at
one time, on Friday at about 4 o'clock
n m tho rrawd nn Front tret waa
uituot, fcvc uu6 y K5'
sons, the mcst of whom were drunk and
exceedingly disorderly. There were
nnlicpmen in Tr.itizpn -VrlnthAk around
Wuufi ufg.ug uu iur.
, We; understand that free Bars aud
tree whiskey was plentnui. e know
that free fighting was the command.
The few police that were on duty could
not make anyirrest, the friends of the
contestants defying the officers .of the
law. Ladies either had to go blscki out
of their way, er take the middlaof thej
streets to get to their homes, r Seme of
the ofiicera of the law were drunk.
The charges made against each candi
date by their opponents, were so uncom
plimentary, that we refrain from pub
lishing them in our columns.
-The fight was yery cltie, t as jflll be
seea by the report below, Mtj. C. M.
Btedman carrying the city by only 39
rinajority. The Waddell men charge
that it was fraudulently dose, as they
say many of, Ma j. Stedman'a friends
Woted three or four times. This we do
not veuch for, and only poblish the
charges as coming from Cl. Waddell's
We are indebted to the Star, Deino
cratie paper, for the proceedings f the
meetings, which we publish below: , -
ilrf. D. Mann, a member of the
Executive Committee, called the meet
ing to order. T
Oh motion of Mr. W. M. Parker, the
call was read by Mr. W. J. Mstt.
Messrs. S. H. Morton and W. M
Parker, were placed in nomination for
chairman, nd Messrs. T. J. Thornton
and S. W, Strauss were appointed tel
lers. Mr. Morton received 70 votes
and Mr. Parker 67.
Mr. Morton was declared elected and
took the chair.
Balloting was then had far delegates
tothe Caunty Convention. The Sled-
man delegates received 83 votes, the
Waddell delegates 75
- SHC05D WASD.
Mr. DuB.'CUtlar called the meeting
to order j when ballotings were had for
chairman Messrs. S. D. Wallace and
Junius Davis were put in nomination.
Mr. Davis received 108 vote and Mr
I Wallace SS.
Nomination were then made for del
egates to the County Convention, and
1 After bjillotinff Via nbnir annnnneed
that .u. Widdell dnWates had received
1 133 Totes and the btedman delegates
Oa motioa tho meeting adjourned.
j , THIRD WARD. -
Mr. R. J. Jones was elected chairman
b acclamatioB, and Mr. James W.
King aDa Mr. R. C. Cantwell were ap-
poit. ted Secretaries'
250. of which the Stedman delegates
ieceived 12S ftnd tha Waddell delecales
At the meeting in this ward Mr. O.
H'Rsbinson was elected chairman, re"
ceiving 124 votes, against 110 votes for
Mr. J. C. Stevenson. - -
Delegates te the County Convention
were ballotted for, the-jStedman dele
gates receiving 124 vetes and the Wad
dell delegates 114.
At the meeting in this ward, called to
order by Mr. F. H.i Darby, a 'member
of the Ward Ex2eutive Committee. Mr.
p T Tilv W.td r.hrmn hr
ba11ot . M, n OrrSeeretarv.
Stedman delegates were elected to
the Gounty Convention, by a. vote of
p.c f 4 - i
TOR CHAS. M. STXDMAS.
Fifth Ward '
Mason boro Township
Federal Point Township
TOK A. M. WADDELL,.
ocwuu m uai
Cape tear iownship. 6 delegates.
I IIARSETT TOWNSHIP.
The meeting was organized by call
ing Mr. Garrett Walker to the chair
and appointing Jshn G. Paiker, Secre
I ' An election thea took place for dele
gates to the County Conventiou, tube
held on the 17th instant, with the fjl-
fowing resuit: G Walker, J G Parker,
C H Bonham, K J Mason, C U Alex
The delegation is solid for Stedman.
j .MfSOXBoao. township.
J Pursuant to a call of the Executive
I Committee, a large and enthuaastic
1 meeting of the voters of MasOnboro
township was held yesterday. The
meeting was organized by Mr. John A.
I Farrow assuming the chair and stating
the ebject of the meeting, after which
Mr. Farrow was elected " permanent
I nht tivptarv and Mpssra. Martin and
Lewis Todds tellers. '
After the lapse of fifteen minutes
1 the balloting commenced, and on the
nauots ueiuc coumeu, luwuueu in toe
Uwinn of! Msrs. J A Furrow. 'Chfla
Craie. Jr.. & Montford. W Martin and
K Ji Heide as&tedm-in delegates to the
County Convention. '
UjavEitsiT Noemal School. To
he teachers of the state and those de-
airing te teach: f '" : 1
The fourth session of thft TTniifT
Normal School will begin on the 24th
oiuune ana close on the 29th of July
1880. NoefloTU have been spared to
enlarge the usefulness ef the schooLand
iu maitw possiDie ior tne humblest I
teacher in thfc f at- ott.,,i n. 1
clses. The Superintendent ana the
rroiessors, as neretofere, will bemen off
special training and experience in their
respective departments, as well as ex
perts in Normal methods.
The scheme ' of instruction will in
clude, besides the commons school
branches. intrnct;n in 'Mafnmi Tv,;iw
osophy, Geometry, Algebra, higher
English. T.flt.in Pnmne)in TnW
keeping. Physiology, Kindergarten and
Vocal Slusie, - l
The Kinderearten DeDartment will
be managed by a teacher of national
lame and vast experience m Kinder
This interesting: and profitable fea
ture of the school will be continued.
Lectures may be expected on topics of
special interest to teacners irom distin l
!?.. . . . - . . . . I
euUhed educators of public men. v I
tirnnn f.ahlfi hoaril watr "Ka harl in I
- w - y w mmv. .
vuapei nui at per mourn, 5iz oy i
ior uoam auu larmsnea roem. uentiea i
men cas obtain rooms in'the Universitv I
buildings free .-of cost, except a small I
ar,r f- fV- r l . a ii... . r I
ouui iui njc uoo uj tnt)-. luiuituic. xj
iiuiiul viuua uumu tziav: uc icuuucu lu i
or f7 r,Pr mnnfh Wriliti will b
provided students whereby they may
COOk their own food. Tn this Wav the
costof liviog was reduced to$t 00 per
weeK Dy students at tho last Normal f
ItAILROAD FARES: , j
...gj..v,". uiauu nutivui-
.inJ.Mf. H i .! L 1 . . 1.1 I
school on the several railroads for one
fare. Iteturn tickets should always bo
bought before taking the train,
.... ' AID TO INDIGENT TEACHERS.
Through the kindness of the; llv.
Dr. Sears, agent of the Peabedy Ftind,
a sum has been given to assist in rav-
lnff the eXDenses of teachers whosa own
means will not enable them to attend
the school. This fund will be applied
to the payment of travelling expenses,
so that ail students may reach the
school on an equality.
All persons desiring aid will apply
to President Battle at Ohaoel Hill, bv
mail, before May 20th, so that each one
may Jearn m advance what amount he
Text-bsoka will be loaned free of
charge to all persons attending the
Thus it will be seen that for five or
six dollars any teacher in our state may
attend the exercises . of the Normal
school, and secure for himself and his
pupils its incalculable blessings.
Those wishing, before leaving home,
make arrangements fer beard will
please write to Mr. A. Mickle, agent of
the school, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Thomas J. Jarvis. Goveratr.
Exofficio Chairman Board of Eiuca
tioa. : . ' - ' ' ?
Kemp P. Battj.e, Presdeat
of the University, Chapel Hill,N. O.
JOHX C SCAKBOiOUSH,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
and Secretary Board of Education.
A fool killer la needed in German y
the Louisville Medical New says, the
particular fool being the. Princess Bis
marck. This impolite opinion is based
on the fallowing circular, issued by the
President ef the Ecktnfoerd Shootinffl
hlb In if mpW TTr TT.Vhnn-c
the Princess Bismarck wishes to receive
as many magpies as possible, from the
burnt remains rf which an anti-epilep
tic powder be manufactured. I
! f tmt m?tiif, therefore, high and well-
bor .i sir, to express to yoU the entreaty
that you will forthwith ihoot as many
macTDies as vou can in vour nreserves
and forward the same."
MOORE. Tn this city. April 7th. Mary E
daughter of W. H. Moore aged 2 years and
4 months. i : i
AfiOCiCU UIV l JrJ Vl-S V Ulv AAA tUQ iittiilv V
theiiord." . . 1. ,
CITY CLERK & TREASURER,
CliY 'OF WlLMlKGTOX, N. C,
I April 2d, 1830.
rpAX-LITESS will attend at the City
-. i : i-
Hall. Tuesday, June 1st, at 9 o'clock, a. m.t
and fur twe. ty working days therealter, for
the purpose of receiving the Tax Lists ot the
! .-. - n :; - I - - f
Inhabitants of this city Upon all cntyecta ol
taxation which are tp be listed lor city pur
Fos?3. 111SNRY SAVAGE,
apt II 3t Glerk and Treasurer.
NOTICE OF SEIZURE.
CUSTOM HOUSE. ' : ,
! wilminqton.no. 1
.j collector's office.1 .
1 . -V' MARCH 27, 1880.
To whom it may concern : i' ' .
NOTICE is hereby given, under Section
3075 of the Revised Statutes oi the United
States, that the following goods were seized
at Wilmington, N. C.. respectively, on the
22nd day of May,-1879, and. December 19th,
1879, by reason of violation t the revenue
laws of the United States namely:
Twenty-Four handkerchiefs, silk and silk
mixtures, jn ine ions miuminous coal.
Any person claiming any of the above ar
ticies, is hereby notified to appear and file
with the Collector of Customs ior this Dis.
trict of Wilmington, his claim to the whole
or any portion tnereor, within twenty days
W. P. CANADA Y. !
- m.?r273t Collector of Customs.
r -" ' I ! i "' 1 " ' 'I - 4 ' i
List of Appointments by Bishop
: Atkinson, for his Comma Visi-
taMon : ! ; ' - :. . :
wreenTiilSecottd Sunday after Earter,
. :fi ...:.,
uimcouuij, Auesuay, -
of T i " V pril 13
bt JobB f? Durham's Creek, Wednes-
. ' . uaAUiun
Aurora, Fndav. Aoril TG:
Wa8hingtojThird Sunday after Easter,
" . . a?"' a-
Zjlou kurort county4 Monday,
Bath, Tuesday. April 20.
StrJames church, Beaufort county,
. ! ' Wednesday, April 21
Makelyville, Hyde countr, Friday,
. ! '.'J " Anril
owan quarter, Saturday, April 24.
n y-v - . . . r
bt Ueor2 Hyde county, Fourth Sun- .
. , clay after Easter, April 25
Vanceboro, Craven county, Friday,
. . r .. . April SO
JNewDem, :kitth Sunday alter Easter,
Beaufort, Tuesday. Mav 4 .
Kihstoa, Ascension Dav. May f.
Holy Innocents, Lenoir eounty.Friday,
V gton, , Sunday aiter ' Ascension,
I ',- . ! - . If t
r,r4 . . . . -jr
5C- ms cnuren, morning.
St. Paul's churchV evening.
Warrenten, Whit. Sunday, M
PUoam. tltj m .
W A T . ill I i n IV II '1 17 I I V ,
Henderson, Tuesday , May 13.
uxterd, Thursday, May 20.
Kittrell'n Raf nrrlav iar, 90
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t . ..... . -m-.
' iy YUXUMUMMTZ.
NftW . . fiWfi V1 -" KStan lSnmMlt
J. b WINNER, NO." 3, S. FRONT
, ., .
Street, Wilmington, N. C.,
Tesires to inform the jm'blio that he is
vuiuuuiusieru, anu aiso to uo nar a. soJcl
Wftrtr . n w frrA.W A I j ... . .
work. Any work cent toliim lay mail will
be promptly attend to. apt 11 ly.
Ricliioni aal Petersinrg Railroai Co,
I meis Cl G Sunday, March 21. 1530. J .
1 m I rro Ina Vta J 1 I 1 .1 .
trains on thjs road will run as follows:
LEA VB RICHMOND, SOUTH. - '
12.03 A. M., TilROUGn MAiL dally connect
ing for Cliarlestoni Augnsia,
Aiken (via Charleston), Savan
nah, Raleigh, and Jacksonville.
Stops at Manchester and Chea
ter, and IIalf-Wn.v on Rfpnml
5.39 P. if., Accommodation Train, 4aty.
r-assengers laiung tnia train
will -make close connection .at
Petersburg for Norfolk. . atops
at all stations.
10.35 P. M., Thbough Mail dally conricct.-
ing ior weiaon, Wilmington,
Kaleigb, Charleston, and Savan
nah, Columbia, Augusta. Atlan-5
ta, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery
and - New -Orleans. - Pullman
Sleepine Cars from Washington
for Wilmington and the South.
Stops at Manchester and Ches
ter and Half-Way on signal.
, Fkeigjit TiiAix dally (except
Sunday l.tassenerer cat Att.ochJ 1
3.Z0 A. M.
I from the Appomattox Depot.
All trains-leaving Petersburg will start
I AV'14! 'JJ9" R5ch-
j Petersburg at 9.30. A. M. and 5.S0 p. if . every
ounuay. , . T. D. KLINE
FAST MAIL AND PASSENGER v
ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND
EAST, VIA. THE RICHMOND, .
FREDERICKSBURG AND P0T0.
MAC RAILROAD; ; '
Entire trains rnn thronih rem Wilminc.
ton to Washingtoa, via. this route without
Leave Tfilmiucton. CW & W R R.Y
r 7h"9 m f P
, Sunday excepted. , --'
Arrive at Washington at 9.23 p m and 1.10
p m, Sunday excepted. -f :
Arrive At Baltimore at 11.10 p m and 3 05 p
m. Sunday excepted. ,
Arrive at Philadelphia at S.25 a rn and 6 50
p m, Sunday excepted.
Arrive at New York at G.43 a m and 10.05 p
m, Sunday excepted.
.o Dm 8.i a m
Pullman Palace Sleeping cars on the 6 50
a. m, trains to New York,, and on the 8.40 u
v. A. TAvr.nn .
1 . General Ticket Agent.
I E,T. D. MYERS, Gen'l. gupt. .
' mch21tf . . .
PETERSBURG R. R. COMPANY.
Tettrsburg, V.., Feb.,ai,-18S0.
j going souin.
New York Express leaves Peters-
burg, daily at .......,.. 1.07 p m
Arrives at Weldoa at... 3.20 p m
Southern Express leaves Peters
burg.dailvat :.. n 49 n m
Arrives at Weldon at 2.CS a ni
j I GOING NORTH. , .
New York Express leaves"WeldonV
dally at....c. ............ ,..i..M..... i.l!lp m.
Arrives at Petersburg at................. 3.30 p n
Southern Express leaves Weldon,
'"Jr ...... .......... o.t a m 1
Arrives at Petersburg at.......... 6.X0 a rn
Freight with Passenger coach at-
lacnea, reaves weiaon, dally, ex- i
Mcept Sunday, at..... . 1,50 p m 7
Arrives at Peteisburg at 7.30 p m '
Leaves Petersburg at.............v........ 7.03 a m i
Arri ves at Weldon at.... ....:i2.l3 p m
TIIRo'lJ Oil FREIGHT TRAIN.'
Leaves Petersburg, dally, except
Sunday, at... ..M.V-....... 4.30 p m.
Arrive at WeWon at........... 8 35pm
Leave Welden, dily, except Sun
day, at..u..... ..........-...J 4.00 a m
Arrive at Petersburg, daily, excepii - 1
-Sunday at -................. 8.33 am i
.Sleeping cars run through on night trains. -Sleeping
car berths can be had for II 00
Richmond to Raltimore.
Throngh tickets sold to all points east or
south, and baggage checked through. '
, t K. M. SULLY. Gen'l Supt.
W. J. BROWN, Dispatcher of Trains -mchSlti.
can make money faster at work lor -us
than at any thins else Canitjil Tint. rn.
quired ; we will start you. S12 per dav
at home made by the industrious. Men
women, boys and girls wanted everywhero
to work for us. Now is the time Mostly
outfit and terms free. Address Tbtjk & Co .
Augusta, Maine. . r apl 9-u