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WILMINGTON. NORTH CA:QLIN 1880.
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Tit E CON VEN TIOX O K TO E 1VE
t PUJiLtCANrt OF: THE STATE OF
I NOPvTFI CAROLINA .WILL M EE V
J' IN THE CITY OF RALEIGH, OS
THE SEVENTH DAY OF JULY,
i 880, Voii Til E PU PvPOSE O Y NO i
, IN ATI NO TWO ELl'CTOIlS AT:
L AUG E, AND STATE O FFICE tiS.
BY OttDEli OF STATE EXECU
TIIK IJKaTH Of' HU (i. jVt
llOWK :l "V' '
Thi ntlnmnu died in Now Yoik
o WVdnesdHy thorniiiir, June 23ri, of
liriirlit disease ! th kidneys. Hi.
.Ludvjjwra. canii d to Charleston, J.'X'.,
hivdact f rpsideiic, ud ws interred
in Magnolia Ceimhry. -
He was horn in Providence, Jl. L,
Jail 5, 1852, and was educated in the
schools of that city, fie was lelt
orphan at an early age. As hegrewjo
manhood he studied law in Georgia,
and was admitted to -practice in Char
leston, South Carolina, where he had
m f.iir. position at the bar and a profi u
nle practice. He was opposed to the
wr buttook a commission In the Con
ffiUrate.ariy and served in the Coast
Guards. Immediately after the clwte
of the war he resumed the practice of
Jaw, and btcame an active leader in
the Republican party of South Caro-
He wa& elected to the institutional
Convention of South Carolina in 1867
and was an iufluential-aiember of that
body. In iG$ he wale4d from -the
Charleston District 'totheri 40th Con-
- cress, and in November following was
elected to" the 4Ht Congress by 20,000
majority,, lie served on the 'Commit-,
f tee on Fieedman's Afl'airs, and on thai
of Itivj'Ta " Pensions,1 He was a very
iiidufitrious and attentive member and
g mie o his speeches .in the House re
ctived marked attention on account of
their research and ability.
' In after life he has been proaiiuent
m the traits ol South Carolina,. Snd
. w lien he die 1 was Sheriff of the county
t'of Chai legion, to. which h0 was elected
Liy the I,epii)jcaiis.
. ilis Urst, wife Was a llrsr J. pettigru
Km?, the daughter of. Major?(feneraI
T'ettigru of South Carolina. She died
, .abniit thfee jears ago. About a year
. ago he married a yoUng lady, the
il.tughter of ex-Gov. Mosc of South
CaroliiM, who Kuryivc jhim. He was
&?&$ . Ohicrgo
C Miyentiou from' &mih' Oamlijia, and
on his way home from Chicago
when hi disease assumed a dangtroiis
;fjrm which brought cn a speedy death.
He was a devoted and faithful member
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pf fiigJUiitholic Churph
XFlP feansas epblican Ponvpution
in"draed Qarfiel4 and. Aur, Senator
J. J. lngalls addressed the convention
in an eloquent ppcech, operling the
camnaicu for Garfield and Arthur..
At the Maine State Convent
galops cdopted indorsing
and Arthur. They . indorse ' the pi
form adopted by the Rational Republi;
rjfn PuBfpotfcn", aqd deplare !4that the
flaw" of .James A. paifjeld an Cies;
ter A. Arthur meet our heartiest appro:
bation, tin ugh we hoped for the noniu
nation ol Maine's favorite, Hon. James
They further state :
accept he result of the National Con
Vnon id gpQ.4 ffrlJ-J., ard pledge our
seUes to labor Ipjally fpr . the noble
candidates selected." The resolutions
alio denounce the record of the fusion
prty as infamous, commends the pro
hibition act, and favors the election of
the governor of the state by a plurality
pi yctez. They were unanimously
adopted, an- the &onyenjl.Qn tjiep 4-
The Vermont btafe Convention
adopted the national Republican plat
. ferjS, and .. indorsed Garfield and
j Arthur. L
Virginia is enthusiastic for Garfield
and Arthur." , '
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A colored woman in Emanuel county
Oa., is a grandmother at the age of 28
years. She was ft mother at thirteen
years of pge, and j her daughter was
married ween sne became twelve years
I T I
THE FLORIDA SHIP CANAL.
: At Imhi yearV ssion herra pass-,
ed a fr a sarrey. for a canal
r u i e vr . is ih e pen i ?sa la. .of Florida,
a-ioiuf iiig the route to New Orleans
m ire than X00 miles. r.GeoJ,C;f A. Gil
mre, of the Engineer corps has caused
the ur.vey to be made and made his
report. ' ' " '
According to the survey the eastern
teriiviiitiH of this proposed canal shall
be at Canip Piuknej.rjat the head of
ship uavigatiwn on theJSr; Mary's river,
thence through Okefinokee swamp, and
thence in a svuth westerly direction
cros.iii: i.h SuT-ne river, and Sin
Tedro h.y mu jhto tlltGulf of Mf lico.
.It'i iVie? a ship Canal with UTttot
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WA'ei, w,i n lO'-R4, in-3 w uer or wuicn
i hii',c;i from Ok fiuok e swamp,
Su K.iiitH it tvr, Pedro - bay a ttd
other minor -bodies :'f vater, capable of
b aniig . I 1 hi-- coiiin'iei ce which now
goes anmtpl Cipe Shle, and siviog by
exact, nieasureinrnt 4'J7 miles ; a; : bi -tween-New
Ojieu, lidliiiiore, ",1'hila
delphin, New ) ork and Uostoii. '
The estimated cost d the Florid.i
ship cana! is about $o0,000,000. To
earo the ejnrreritJeJteuseH lor adininis
tralio 1 and maintenance, about 1,758,
000 ton irkist g through the canal an
nunllv 'ai twenty -eight cents t-eri ton
toll. The aggregate VloniMge which
pas d 1 lm ugh the Florida SiraiU dur
ing ihe rlat:' lineal yef ainounled l.o
abou ' L',V)0,00 tons. All of this could
h:i r '.-. .v t twelve to foiirieen hours in
the 110 . ol tr.iosit if the. Florida caual
hd xuitd. To earn the current ex-'
pens. five, it cent. in the cost of
const riih'iti about 10,714,310 tons
mint p Hi hrough the canal at twenty -eight
c iv" per ton toll. Fio'm this
statement it can be seen t'nat with the
CMiial'dus fixed at twenty-eight cents
per ton of regit t ired tonnage, the tolls
on a little more than two thirdsof the
amount t f tonnage . which : passed
through the Straits of Florida -during
the lt fiscal year, weuld enable the
anal to pay its current expenses.while
in order to pay in addition thereto five
per cent interest on the construction
capital four times the Florida Straits
tonnage of last year must pass through
the canah , V , TS"
The saving On cost of freight annual
ly from New Orleans is estimated to be
$2oo';ooo.v ; " 1
In 1S78 the total totSrfri crop in ti e
United States amounted to i GUI 044
bales oi 500 pound-, probably the larg
est ever raised up to that time. In the
iulf States and states border'inc on the
iUississippi fme quaniuy prouuc.eu whs
3,189,08 bates, or nearly sejpntxpjBC,
ceiit Af tRelvlfole crop. The .report of
the Department of Agriculture of 187
shows that the centre of the cotton area
wasKtheii rapidly moving west. At the
present time more lhair thiee-eighths
of the whftle crop is grown west of the
MinsissfiH-i. and Texas is iwy the lead
ing tott'o'urOgWing state.
The statistician of the . Department
of Agncultufe estimates that ' by the
year 1880 tljiere will be raised iu this
country, if the consumption of cotton
in the world should aemand it, at least
10,000,000, bales. Of the cotton raised
in the Gulf region it isstimated that
ninety-five perjeent is shipped to foreign
countries, directly or indltxctly, by
routes that would bev shortened by a
Florida ship canal. If the quantity
raised in 1880 hftuld amount toNonly
7.500.000 bals..at least d.WU.UUU bates
equal to 1,260,000 tons, would rcquir
traujiportaliou irom Gull ports.
The corn and grain crop which would
seekihis cjnal is estimated to be more
than 1 1 ,500,000,000, within a few years,
besides the cotton and other traffic.
So far as the question of tolls is con-
Pfrtiffjj Qeueraf Qilmofp say
The Averatre price of .cotton all the
vtar roitna in JNew Urieans is auoui
New Orleans to New York is about
three-fourth per cent at present, or
1 83 per ton of cotton. By the outside
ft2 00 freieht a
lly goioc through tbP canal it is ex?
nected that tne rate ot insaranee will
be lowered about twenty-five per cent
or by thirty-feur cents per ton. To ship
a. ton of cotton from New Orleans to
New York by this new route would then
cosi, auoui; td. iv, mat is o
fright apfj H QX for $n$urancj. The
saving pef toh of freight or using the
. 1 A AO PTA. 1L.1 Z OL'VI rjkj f-.
canal route vould be, therefore, equal
o H 3 less 13 7Qot p cents, u or-
der that the canal may attract Dusiness
Vhisp aatVnps most, not oe entirely ab-
sorbed'by ' canal tols. About three:
louniis ci me viu ujoj c Fv4 1 delegates are lustrucitu to vote as m
tolla. the balance beioc clear gain for
trl ahnvp. i
the shipper. The toils should be,there-
fore, at most, forty-two cents per ton of
rrlUui a .?. 000 ton steaiSer carry-
jCg tops 01 ireigni coum auum tv
.uvin.iife Tu" uit!lr ;" v'T'ji"-
able promises than those adopted m
the foregoing discussion, the tolls
might, perhaps, oc 9arnea as niga as
thirty'ii?e to thirty-seven in prosperous
seasonswhile at other .times u migni,
beneccssarv to drop them to twenty-
pFPfiW; , , V
These are the main leaiures oithe
lengthy report f General Gilmore n
the Florida ship canal; and in calling
attention to th, futility of expecting a
,e. fmm ft work of
yilVVv vvuuiaij avswu v 1
lative to the Welland Canal :
Ti well known that none oi the
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this iescrjnp jenuotestbc following Artuur,
torn' Chief Engineer of ublit JMt f -;-f nu .
s of the Dominion of Canada, re- h i .-r"" w " "
CJanaaian) canafs pvf
ieslor tbi nlppe xp.ended in thejr pv?ry
construction, or indeed I9f little awe 1
. .F " .. . i 1 - 1 IL. t
cn. JAMES AISE3A3I
than the wording eviehes connected
with them. Still few wlx:f ompare the
past. with the pieent condition f
Canada "will doubt but tluit they have
been ot far greater benefit to the coun
try than the 'aggregate amount oE their
cost. ' . '.
DUPLIN COUiNTi: KKI'UIJ LlCAN
IvENANSVILLE.Duri.IX COUN 1 Y, (
; June 2Gth, 1SS0. p
At r. Rej'iibHca'i mas convention,
held at Kenansville, u.-J.iy, the follow
ing business was transacted:
Tho convention iva call til to order
byA. R. Middleton, Esq., chairman cf
the county Executive committee.
Oa motior, A. R. '-Middleton was
elected temporary chair.nan, and A.
McCullough tempora'y ecretiKy.
On motion, the temporary officers
were made jtrmaueut officers of the
On motion, the committee on creden
$iah were appointed.
The committee on credentials re
ported that the townships were all rep
The chairman 'staled- that the first
business in order was the th ction of
delegates 10 the state convention, wherc
upouhe following were duly elected ;
Delegates A, R, Middleton, Holly
Villiams, A. McCullough, and A. J.
Stanford. . I ,
Alternates 11.. C Wright, Martin
RobinV Oliver Jones, ai d Friday Hill.
On rooo, of A. McCullough, Esq.,
the convention proceeded to elect dele
gates to the congressional" cop yentio.3,
which resulted as follows
np(ratPT p.eaman G. F;irrison
Fdd.MWi.U.i and A J.
Alternatcs-A. R. Middleton, Archie
Thompson, T. D. Hill, and A. McCul
loiigh. ' .
unanimously adapted :
nr ;f rfl,,(;. That the. lelertra to
the state cenvention be and tbey pre
hereby instructed to use all honorable
means to secure tho nomination of the
Tjon Ralph P.' Buxtou lor Governor,
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and'that the delegates to trie congres
gionai ponyentiph be and tjieyr are
nereby instrucfed'to votenibr the Hon.
w P. Canadav for Congress, from the
third congressional district, as we ...be
y.eje that these uonuualionjs will btq
u'ucV ;ntnri,i nf 'ilm Rpruihtiin
party of the state and district, acd the
After three hearty cheers lor Buxton
,1; : , . n
ior Governor, and Canaday lor Con-
gress, vaij. ucu. aj.
by jnTitation, addressej tie
conyeiiUon, uoi. iUaDsou aeau tuo
, , ,
DemUcy heavy blows, giving rea-
1 sons wny noucst utmuwaw
8Upp0rt Hancock or Jar vis.
0n motion it wa3 ordered that the
proceedings of the convention be pub-
fished in tha Willnst&n-EosTNwtli
Msrrt H K r )'c
?olina Bcpubhcan, and (7G0J -caar.
Uan. . . . v
On motion, the convention adjourned
rtih three hearty checrs for Garheldand
A. McCullough, Secretary. ,
Garfield and Arthur to the front.
true Republican will support
v - ...... WJj ... x...,.vu... .B. mr.tu uiiiuuiiuu uuiu ai vuivu" i swcp, dy ran ironi wciapn. i.ne
go. .ana "rc" i-ecaiiimciiaea to mcepuXHican atn all good ana patriotic former sold at 3r!cents: per Jound,' in
cilizcns olxihc Uniicd Mfafcs ot America, as their candidates to lie supported the hoof-nn extra fine lot The sheL
MHMHMKBnKHamMBHHXM t - - , : I
i1 tL... mnra fur itlA Tv.pnn!1-
iJ.UFlCl,0 and tie.n UHKSTivR Ali(:K!V ARTHUR
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Special to the l'ost. ' .-
Fayktteyille, N.' C.,' June 2G. 18S0.
A mass convention of, the Republi
cans pf uumberLnd ccunty. was held
here t day.j After speeches by .the
leadinJlepublicans of the county, the
convention passed resolutions, instruct
ing delegates to the district convention
to vote for the nomination of Hon. W,
P. Canaday for Congress, land - those
to the state convention for Hon. Ralph
P. l.llxton for GwTcrnbr." ' TV
Special to the Tost. J
Magnolia, N. C, Juuc 26, 1880. .
At a convention held to-day at
Kenansville; N. C, the Republicans of
Duplin county unanimously instructed
delegates to vote for W. P. Canaday
for Congress, and R. P. Buxton for
Governor. Keep the ball movin 'J
Special to the V'osi. -.
Aebo nvnuito, N. C, June 2i, 183J.
At the liladen county convention held
today resolutions were passed endorsing
Hon. Ralph P. Buxton for :GoTerhor,
and Hon. W. p. Oanady friCongrcss.
CIT i' LTENtS.
Best Sweet Navy
Dry and dti3ty.
Hurrah, for Garfield and Arthur.
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Cantelopes are early this season.
Ob, fr a cooldrink of lemonade.
Rain is badjy needed irt this bectien
just now- i ;
The thermometer .stood from
in this office yesterday. ; 1
Vegatables are plentiful in the mark
ets and selling at reasonable prices."
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jNew buildings are . beipg erected ajl
oyer tlie sotthe portion of our city.
The Kepnblican State Convention
meets in Kalelgh ou I the 7fch of uex
nontbY j j I I
- I ' z- xW'l . "
Another exejriion to the blackfish
grounds on the steamer Passport Tues
day next.. ... V- - ..-'';--,.; i- : ;
Politici are , trettinjr : hot. Livelv
times may be expected from now until
Three thousand eight hundred and
ty persons have listed their state,
county and city taxes. . j
Three hundred and lour dog j badges
have thus far been sold. Abeut fifty
U - A 1 'r. : 1 Il'kU A.-'lt. H
uu6ci taKiuuttc uiw iuu uust.
Watermelons have" been ln"'ma'rket
this season . . They were raised by Mr.
A. S. Heide at his farm near this city.
Maul Bed. Workmen epsjed m
excavating at the bead of Eront street
for a foundation for the new iron bridge,
discovered a marl bed "on yesterday
which is said to be of unusual tfaVueas.
Petriaed clams and ovstersamoncr other
rMi"9 vuu v('
Geo. Hill, an escaped convict from
the penitentiary gang,! was captured on
Myrtle Grove Sound and brought lo
this city a few days ago.
The Middle jsnoal buoy, about eight
miles below the city, sunk night , ber
lore last. It is a very important buoy
and should be attended to without any
The St. Joseph Male Academy, the
Cape Fear Military Academy, and the
school at;Misps Jame Bur-t
their closing scholastic exercises last
weeK .! v : . , .
The Supreme Lodge K. of P of the,
world, meets in St. Louis, Mo., in Au
gust. P. GC's., O. H. Blocker, and
W. A. Guthrie, are the Representatives
from this sate. s
A little child of Mr. J. C. Lumsden
was run over by a dray on Front street
on Friday. Fortunately no bones were
broken. , The accident was the result
r 1 v
of gross carelessness.-,
The fast mail schedule, it is now
said, will begin about the first of July.
It is further -stated thot there will f be
no change in the hour of arilval and
departure of trains here.
Our friend Haar, of the "Mozart Sa
loon, is putting in a handsome new
front, and intends adding other im
prove! inenU, which will make his estab
lishment cue of, if not the most attrac
tive in the city, i-;
Alex. Covincrtoni a-train band on the
Carolina Central Railway was arrested
vesterdav at iaurinburff, charged with
rohbinsr : trunks. He was arrested as
soon as the tfcain on which he ran ar-
rived in Laurinburg.
Of Tuesday afternoon while playing
in the streets, a son of Mr. A. B. Cook
was knocked ,dowh by & hcrsc and
wagon and severely bruised , the team
passing over n;m. we are pieaseu 10
Uarn that no bones were broken.
Notice The family excursion giv
the building committee of St.
uke'i M IE- Church, which waa to
take idce' Mondav. - Jane't28th, '1830jr:L
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w.u not, UK6 p.ace, me ueiug uuau.c
to obtain me steamer on mat aay.
Nkkow Escape. The yacht Empie
& Marson capsized in tjip banks chant
pel at Wrigh'tsville Sound on Tuesday
last. Two ladies and three gentlemen
came near losing their lives. . The boat!
was fast drifting out to sea When the
ladie3 and gentlemen were picked up
by a fisherman's skiff which was sent
out from shore tp their relief,
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r iK-or-t .At an; election oi oincers
r A-KT a ir e t ua
y... .y . ?".VM
uu A"ttl auajr ' cu;"6 Ti -" 7
gentlemen were elected to srve for the
.y. C'.-H. Hintz. '
P, C. F. Vonkampen.
The abovp. Ttfc te appoiatie oflS
qes, will be installed by IX. D. G.
I TT f.. Premnerf. on Thursday evening
ict,! . .
; Stockholders' MEOTiira.-i meet
ing of the stockholders of the Carolina
Central Railroad Companj, successors f
to the Railway Company ; under the
late foreclosure sale, is called for Wed
il ... ' . . ,
nesday, the 14th proximo, at tfio towrf
of WeJdorji for the- f lecUoa ' of officer?,
the adoption of by-laws ami other purposes.-
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Buy Hali'a Vegetable Sicilian , Hair
Renewcr. : . t ,; n !
Use Hill's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Renewer. v.. .4; v-:;. j '.
Adopt Hali, Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Renewer.- ; r. . ..j---ivi.-U v.. '.'';.-
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iMPbovEXtENT There are many iqcH
provements now underway ln thebusi-
nes portion ot mo city. Jfeci a new
store isnearty completed. TheTIenken
properly on Front st rect is being mcta
morphfrsed. Mr.( Jno. Haar, Jr., is
having a new front put in "his saloon.
The store built and fitted up expressly
for Mr. J. C. Munds on. Front street
has been completed, atd4 the Carolina
Rice Mills on Chestnut street 1 is' fast
approaching1 completion. Vi !?
i Jive StoCk MABKEtFor some
time pass tnerc has been but very few
beef cattle irr this market, ' On Thurs
day; however, 102 head of cattle ar
rived, and Were Isold j at 12 cents
per pound, on the hoof. The "'Market
Company,, an association of butchers,
took 88 head, the balance were sold to
outside butchersi Fiiday, 16 head
were brousrht" inland a fin lrVi nf Art
Caaeged With Bdeglary.---Virgil"
Hill, aged 18, and Clent Hill, aced lo.
.were arrested esterday on the charge
ot burglary. They are ' charged with
urgariousty entering the - residence of
Mr." John Nchymeiri on the corner of
Sixth and Orance streets! The evi-
dence though circumstantial is very
strong against . Virgil Hill, who was
committed to jail without bail. f '
Thebovs are brothers of the notorious
Georgeand Edward Hill, who areivell
known in police circle?, and; who are
now servinc out termlrr tlv nn3ep
tiary for larceny. , J ; '
The Dead Alive. It will
membered that last week a report was
spread that Hon. Alex. McCabe had
been shot in a riot at Tarboro. .The
following letter from MrV McCabe giTes
alTthe explanation we now have: . ' ''
Tarbdko, N. C, June 21.T880.
. - n . ttl DemocraticSatfa
that I was shot and killed in a riot in
this town. It is all a lie. I had a
personal difficulty with a friend abDUt
the county affairs. No , pistols were
cm--A t, i
uscu, auu uc uuu iiijscii nrio tuc vujj
parties present. ; - "k " " ' f
Yours truly, ' A. McCaue.
I - Assist Them. fh ceu&us enuraer
ators of this city hire finished up their
work of transcribing the names of the
inhabitants of this city and they will
sit at the Court House on Monday and
Tuesday as required by law to make
corrections and alterations. The citi
zens are earnestly requested to visit the
uouri xuuse ana ascertain 11 iney are
properly enumerated aud also to. see
that tbe name-ff persons, not members
of their familu but boarders,' and the
servants living on their premises are
enumerated. 1 he enumerators are sat-
I .t. v. - j ;
ueu4uai iucj ua c missea sume names,
as the. heads of families would often
forget to give in the names of their
boarders and relatives living with them.
A very pleasant party of ladies and
gentlemen composed of the members
of Stonewall , and Germaoia Lodges,
Knights of Pythias, with their families
and friends embarked on board the
steamer rassport on mursday , evening
last on a . moonugnc excursion uown
mp nvnr inA ftnrrtA nin(r irirpn nv ino
I in fin iiPi m iii riiiiiFKii. riiiiniiiinviiirv
their brethren of: Gcrmania. The
nnmit r-n,t m.,K hn, f
tuuiatu tcveiui aiia iu, iucii usual , uu
"style, the Harpers furnished
for the .dancers, and the refresh
ments, both liquid and solid flowed
freely, and-were enjoyed by the .large
crowd in attendance. To sum it up
the excursion was one where mirth,'
fuQ ani brotherly love seemed ttf Tire-
I dominate, "he members of Stonewall
I seemed to vie the one with the other to
J rnase everytning pass pleasantly witn
. .u .vut, f
rv" a - -
treatment, received.. ... We return our
lnks 101 compnmeaiay, ana regret
tnat Qircum?tncesi presented our at
Our drug stores (.. are non. supplied
Fitfc "Mlt Eitters'the, new;Focd
- Medicine which has done so much good
C. I and comes to us so highly recommend-
I h1. Trr it. M Tt mav savn vnn a. hpavT
Kkiqitts of Hoxon. At the rcgu- '
lar meeting of Carolina Lodge. No. 43 1:
-Isjdonor, geldllast Monday
evening, ma following. officers were
elected for the ensuing term :
pn'rl): ' JWalrcnCoHrjy"
T);-i-J.i A. Springer.
V. DN. W. Schenck.
U. D. Clayton Giles.
J R.rGeo. N. Harriss. .
F. R. John S; Dudley.
Treasurer W. A. Wilson.
JphapUin Kev.'C. M. Payne..
,GuideH. B: Wills. '
Sentinel J. M'McGowan.
V "5?nardlan Li ,Y, Beatty.
;f iueaicai Jtixaminer Dr. W.
OFFICE THEASlJKEtt & COLLECTOlt,
City ofWilstisgtox, N. c.
; - v! ,:. . ; . .: ,r , June 2Gtb,lTjfc(
Final IVoticc. :
rjllEPARTICUfiAU ATTENTION of all ,
persons liable for the Monthly Licccsc Tax
es, as imposed by the. General Tsx Orui
nanco of the Gili'. js called to Sectionb OKI;
aha EIGHT of said Ordinauci , .
t I am Instructed by' the Boat d of Aldermen
and the Board of Audit anil 'Finance, to
strictly enforce tlfc same, WITI1 OUT V.X
CErTIONS.' ' .
An olllcer wi'l commence serving war
rants on all parties In arrears (o July 1st,
1880,' on Monday, 3th inst. ' '
- No otjnee must be taken by parties who'
neglect this notice, If they arc" summoned
to appear at the Mayor's Court. '
ii , " HENRY SAVACiEu
," Jua 27-lt . ji , ; ' Treas.i-Collector..
TO PURCHASERS OF SHINtrljES
. i . ........ , - . : 1
WE would like to.takea contract to rrcf
b hingles for any person who maybe
In need of them and willing to pay cash lor
ithem when they are delivered. . We wilt lilt
any order, for any length, width or . thick
ness, at short notice. Give usachahce.
may 3, 1880 Whlteville, N. C.
1 fr-7t -Us '
IJPCITbusincss now before the public
nPA I You can make money faster at
y work for us than at anythin-
S,pital not rlired. We will staiL
?Hv. 9. ? day and upwards made at homo
py the Industrious. Men. women, boys and
girls wanted everywhere to work lor .
i thor time. Yo - 7-inn vnur
til010 ir lu "vrK, or only your spare -moments.
No other business will pay ymi
ryt,?a wei,; No one willing to work
can laii to make enormous pay bv entraiutr
at Once, costly Outfit and terms free" A I
great opportunity for making money easily I
and honorab'y. Address Tbue & To., Au-I
gusta, Maine. jun 27Uu
ALL persons visiting Waccamaw Lake
on excursions, would do avcM to rail on
Jienry McDowell for pleasure boats and
dinner, lie is always on hand.
Juqe 20 it. ;
Sol, BEAR & BROS,
18 & 20 Market St.,
I WILMINGTON. N. C.
LW. ' J : JU3 ? ,orENEi,. and
I ...... 1 .
1 uaveon exuioition, the largest and most
complete stock oj
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
South of Ualtirrore.
Suits from $2.50 upwards.
mvLQ MlUdiesflX U'lannel Suits
t -r-, ... . .
I it '..t--..
' ) A FULL LINE OF
.boys' and Then sv
STEAW AND FELT HATS.
Prices to suit everybody. , I
r ... , .c
. wuuitj vnc, uome All.
- t?d examine oufstock and we will strive
hard to merit your .patronage; as we nave
may 2 3m : . ; '
,tT can make money raster at work lor us
Uxnan amnymmg eise fjapital notre-
quired ; we will start yon. S12 per day
at aome made. by the industrious. Men
women, boys and felrls wanted everywhere
I to work fbr us. Now is the tim. Vwti