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TUK RE P B LI CA N 'VO. K'l" iTTj
' It ii well known tbat during the life
Of General Gatfield there was no fight
on the men who supported Gen. Grant
fa North Carolina by the Garfield men.
The only fight which was made was by
' Grant mOa on Gov. W. W. j Holden,
whom it was; well known was neutral
on tl)3 - Erf sideutial que&Uon la 1880,"
andJi5j succeed-rd' by ! Jno, Nichols,
wlio wa appointed by Gen. Garfield
Mr. Nichols was a strong, outrspoken
Graat man,: And the eutmies of Mr.
Youi;, who were (Irant men, desired
to figtit h'io, b it- they dkl not git the
suppxt of 'the; Garfield men in the
s'ate, thefcf 're no fight was made qn
' Mr. Young. L ; . , !
The lt( publicans of North Carolina
w'src r evtr mote united than they are
at this time. There may be differences as
to men, but tone as to the general prin
ciples to be carried out..f And in 18S2
and 1881 we intend to carry the state
and a mjjorily of- the distr4ets. - We
hare too niueh ahe'ad in fighting the
coinmo u t ccmy to . spend aDy time w
iihtiog each Other. Arthur ih the'
rresideut of us all lle islbe head of
IheJIepublicsia parly of the nation,
atiu",'arc all going to cupport him in
placing the Republican party in such a
monition that at least five of the -southern
slaics will fall into line in 1884, for
the Krpublicanjcandidates for the Pre
i!r ncy. And I bote Democrats who
.arc.corgralulating themselves on a di
vision ju the llepublican parly, expect
iftg huctcfs in 18S1 thereby, bad just as
make up their mind that they are
on the wrong scent, all the Bep.ubli
ratis will be, perfectly United and are
g'ling to win the battle. I ::
l It is encouraging to gee.thoo men
Lave b.en out of. the rary traces
Tor the- past two to six years, coming
backhand arc now stalwart Kcpubli
cans s mo of them who supported Ilan-
Acoe'i arc 16-day Bwcpring by the oid Re
pabfican tliip again. The sfga is a
guod one; they ieac that wc aro stronger
thm ever beFure, and naluraUy want to
i Iw with the successful forces. '
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'urcatfvnes ureeuoacntrs, . Prouioi-
.tliintcta- n nil 1 Tflnpnr-tirifn nil n r A rmw I
uniting fr a grand fight fur 1881. and 1
"T - w ' - - " I
, .if tPe s'giw of the tirr.es are worth any-
Ihins.iwe n:ay expect the. biggest kind
ul' r victi ry at
the next general eleci
1; n attirs not who holds the offices,
the reoplo intend to rule, and a few
ouiccholders cannot control the Repubt-1
lican i arty with its G.000,000 votes.
And in North Carolina 125,000 Repub
lican vo'cs will never be controlled by i
one cr two hundred hungry officehold
ers, and the n.ea who believe they can
ere tte civlaion end discord by a distri-
( butioa of the patronage will be greatly
disappointed. Men who are Republi-
can ram; principle will never betray
.the ratty on a(c:uht p! cfUco.
W rcun!; have barmony, and we will '
Lave it, and a few men cannot prevent
iu They cannot create a row, the
l-arty will not be divided. We must
a-l will succeed, but to do it we must
ll obey vur common leader, and that
nun has been chosen, and his name is
Clu-stf r A. Arthur. And if we are all
to principle and to the Rcpubli-
3 C4U i arty there will not be the sligh'cst I
tJnpr oi a deioaju ' . I
ir. J, Ji Mo.tt ia the Charrman of I
the 55tte Cummittee, and there is no
mtt faithful and ioval Republican in
t Mate, r one with greater ability
: lor managing a party ; nd id leadership
t' e fifl that all can and wilt follow him
! ta tucceu. The State Committee are
r VI Valu'g men and stalwart Republl
: csos uf backbone and fair abilitic, who
laud by the Chairman: in his
' flWia to Ucc 'the party ia propr
' pe for a V grand triumph
P. Canaday on the KatloUt
. Cainiiitee, and all know he, will do his
lury lv th ran v in the future as he
. ,na to do u the pasu , bo we can
i wna to oattie in I553andl5i wiia
syw muers ana a soita nnorozen
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fi;lit the lkurloo Democracy
tinsiotr of a trand victory for
Wlot and a fair count."
Otltf AU TUB MUitDiJUstt.
u iriai 01 tne assasua 91 a (rtwci
fet conrtsocteedea in tttUngn
ly tnpanntUd 6a ThaiaJay, and
tnpanntUd 6a ThaiaJay, and
wjary lUaiae was examined laae
ly, i and other vUnewts , ire pro-
1 1 : .V t 1 .
ettdiBg yerv rspUly, an! unless some
kitch lakes place, the cate Ul be given
te tie jury by tbe end of the eootlag
rk. U u to be ilactrtlv Uhtd ty
m tit short work viU be made of
CateaJ ,Ue shonkl ? be hong nnder
ay dranutanc Kvta If he is era-
J he ihcaU ret be Ucrvr atUvrd to 1
the great dxrjtr
M li ' L ' C 1
. , Ve . u oderatand ihe - "friends bf this
gentlcmaa feel ibatjthe. J?08T didJum I
were i.jslly sef f rep
ness wen of th,w cit Jr (be greayrant I
of enrgy aad capacity, in JookiDgaf-
teriand managing Ue interests p the
city In rayroadWestahbp1ea
ure that i vonr opinion pipUin',orLop.. ; We arrived at FayetteviUe at 10
chison has displayed tnf c energy, a-
Diiuy ana interest m;; tnta cuy man au
the other business , men o the'City put
together Tip 'p'ormrU;"of.
(he atoek and fo
controlled, the Road, white other Bank-
ers u we ao not'tnsgrace tue name dj.i
cainDgthemauc1i)an3 busess men I
laid cli" and refusea aay aaswtance. not I
R. ' iJ.,"bot id ' buildtng dorinections
which''' woutd bring lreightro
Road to Wilmington.- The s mostof buir
capitalists are regular, drones; they J
briDir ' nothins : here, but - stand with
their mouth open" to devour what olh'
i We have often said in ,thea6 cotumns,
and the factsJ justify uin? repeating; I
that thjs ciiyis cursedbyiWmstselfish
and lazy lot oftbusines3f.toe:ii 4 tnatyer.
any community posgeised. "jhej never
lay down a dollar unlesshey can see
four ddllars in'reach'. Such a thing as
public enterprise, has been' unknown to.
exist inside the borders ofthe city, of
Wilmington for many yean. We are;
and have been, living on ' the reputa
tion made by Ashe.Dickineon McRae,
Wooster, Putter; Hall and .their, asso
ciates thirty years ago.' "And from all
appearances will continue to do so'rja-i
til the prcs& generation jpf rtqpidity
and l?iriess diesioutCi, ,; J- j .; .
Captain i Murchison tried, to get this
city to tfktan : interest inHhe Road,
but to no avail.- Our Chamber, of,0om-
mtrce, which is chitfly noted or what
it don't do, was applied to,; and fuTIJ I
informed as to; the copdition'of alfalrsL J
but in that, as in 'everything else that!
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concerns uuiDgioo, i.iojf no aeps i
to continue; the Road in. the hands of
business men here. In fact Mr. Van-1
Bokkclen and his Board were too much I
jngaged in vhtewaahing- Ilenry Bacon J
to give any time to this important Road 1
entcrbnse. and as a last resort Caniain 1
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Murch son sold to Maior Robinsoh. of 1
. ' c '.' i ' ' , - i ' -ri T' i 1 f i I
iae jseaooaru .ana iioanase. rauroaq,
oUr mw iiMu.u u inL
tercst of this ;eity.at neaii are nnder
obligations to ' Caplv, Murchison for
huvinsr ;& controlline 'interest, in the
road, and carrying it for twelve months
and when he found he could get no aid
from tltf'pctreght in
selling it. " H- J"U 7 'v''. V' i',t .,
In reblv to a correspondent an earn
est and faithful worker In the Republi
can cause we have this' to ay:.' The
time has come' when the men vho do
the work -those wbflf bear the ; brunt in
the fight,' openly confronting the ene
my and manfully battling for the par
j I ouvu ww ivvvajMipv wiv. w "i
called RepubTTcans who sit quietrj on
ty, should be recognized, over the so
tne tep rau oi me panjr ieace nnm a l
Ylptnrv: -fctrat LVv Oarolinian. ! I
; Our friendl TjrvJohn. las' a "way of 1
trikinv Hrrttv kt,?ih nninL and nlrl
.lUnin nJu n. f t. Kt
workers in the "state, and a good fellow
durinc a campaign. '' .Bat! as looA.aa It.!
t over ; there U a lot of emiaently re
spectable gentlemen ' la the 1st dhtxict
too higb-toned' to do anylrortTbr the
cauAC, tut when the victory ia won are
ever ready to shove Utenuelvea forward
aDj dajm the credit, Dr. Joha works
titrj day, from the end of on e cam
ptwto brewing of mo
Jq thwkest ol the figat, and, whelh-
i- it- -j.:. u t.v.. -Ki r-KUK
the way is of the fery best), he never
sulk, but fcghta towjno jBut. wt con
fess that hu trtatment is enoaga to du-r
hearten the best of ns. Men who rf-
tain in the shade, drlakiag lemonade
and er-joylojt the cool brttzts dutinsr
the hot summer campaigni(whlle John,
and men like Ala, are fightig the bat-
I ties) to be kept Inhlgb. pay iog oDet,' j
.MUJrAn and bla" comnanloni have
t conUnue cut iii. fertainly
l very wrong. LlhoB
I . . .- . ; .. -.,
falihrul workers, whom Uere to no
I Uttrf than John cf TJiubeth CttJ
T uia voaa i t 1 ,
re v i
1 1. . . . . rww
-1 .v ax s i
i ought to U too mmua. )o H "JrT ZZ
v -Aw office at tta twdi .?A.Wwrt U wortaj -'Vt 1 r' V ttnZ
!7 vL -.1 -iui .Ktsi.lnol Imxgtac K U a dear, good fellow.
,miiyfniMjiiHi MHwipMiU a cfw.fccr w aaw
wosccr.d by aUt eU!:aa4UtT te,, mtatar.
hepe jVt CSsreUa Oatnl ri"t3i
HiM mSA oaakt ia enalter the fair a
W.W-.' - - " .
W fcalt tatndf
trua tfceVtiUatU,tX7rtr:X tlxt Ot
aa iUlUoadei-cUUw daJ thrjl,,,
can In farthera ft the atwrri, , 4 Tcarucalte? at. mtalrr- re
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mm It V H.S:m II UUtl -
re ward km ut ancu -
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TF.IP to PAYlfiTTlsViLLK. ,
' Al .wl..i n . m.i . ; x t I
ya i jinursoay, me xuiu mss., we xuoit
QqLsraok Clark's champion . alow
trip after constant
flowing, ,was made ih 17 hours, a dis-
ange of 1UU , miles, sumcient time to
gone from Wilmington to Phila-
delphia, some 650 miles from Wilming-
9 clock on Friday morning, and- stop- J
pc me ayeiievine xioiei, wmca is i
T,rfs!?,Id over by one of the best feeders
n Jbeatate.';-After fettendiDg to our
mciaHusiness, we had tlfe pleasure of
meeting several of our old friends. Maj.
,vb, api,. jjeaij, aii .iiw.jvci, ju.r.-i
y atnne, lion. O.li.. Dockery, KaJph
r,.iiuxton and a few other friends. We
"ved here Saturday morning at 9:45
Fayetteville is a very splendid old
town, or should be called now Cross
.ivyaus, on account 01 having surrender
ed its charter. Some of the best peo
ple in the stale revde there. A stran
ger or a visitor, is ;not treated with so
mucn nospnaiity aj any place in this
country as at Feyetteyille
Tbe sheriff of Wilson country, and
ther Mayor of the town of Wilson should
be held by the public responsible for
the escane of the. two men who killed
HilU If they hacTdone their duty the
jail of Wilson would, to-day, be occu
pied by the murderers.
. ; IIEKRJC AND UA.CilN.
-Some weeks ago a young co'ored man
by the name of Henry Berry of Smith
ville, wrote to the Collector ol the Port
to obtain a position as boatman. Mr.
Can ad ay, the Collector, answered the
; letter. By some means Bacon, the man
who has. charge of the government
works, got hold ot the letter, broke it
open and read it.
Berry, it ,
wasat work ftr the government, under
the said Bacon; and 'w.e-
that Mr. Bacon was so
iirry ior wruing to Mr,
hei discharged him from work. Thlt is
our information, and if true . Mr. Bacon
has acted mean in the extreme he has
taken advantage oi his position to dis-
charge a poor laborer, which no gen-
tinman would tliinl- of dninir. nr ran
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CJR A KD JUltv vvi-f nr.
We have consulted a number of lead
ing citizens many of them lawyers
and we have yet to find a person who
agrees with and supports the present
grand jury system. They all say the
grand Jury law should be repealed, and
the justices in the townships should be
required to file the complaints or fur
nish tbe information for the solicitors
to do so before the courts, so that a de
fendant would be brought immediately
before a jury controlled by a Judge in
open court, and if the charge could
not be sustained that would end the
s j ,t'
matier. .The expense would be only
about,; one-half of the present system.
Hnndreds of thousands of dollar, would
oe savea, as wen as me cuanciers vi
thousands ol good and innocent people.
..s ' "
Smitu'illb, N. a,' Nov. the 18, '81.
MR. Post: You: have not heard
from William X. Snooks lately. The
tact is, Sallie has completely henpecked
me. X- have not had a moment-of
peace since my last letter to you. bai
lie got very angry because she thought
T intended to reflect on the poor boy.
Meckle, , and I have had to suffer ac
cordingly ."The dear, sweet youth has,
I think, concluded to let me live and
the Tost circulate. But I forgot, yen
laave pui au moaSv viuu!-
B1EUHHW ; CJDCCfBIOK AWU, ITVU
and ' myself. So I thought yon might
let me wg my tongue and shove my
pca.about my neighbor and personal
friend. Dr. W, G. CurtU. Now, it does
appear to me that some of the Snooks
fVmtlv im ttiMlJtin? with matters that
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T "7'? " T , J YJZ
Bum l 000
7-3 U Ue
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I oatiUUat rDTUCUn. Uu n T ut mm-
Ue gets his salary, it b Une, and tbe boys
say that he is Interested in the vessel
that 1e employed la uUng bkUaU
Ddt of TwtH at ctnaranuae, and
mak es lots of
law doe mot provide for, i
id that a ce&U b ikdkttd. and it
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I fcrt iinaUa ties
i v-U .1 vr m.'sm mill k&
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d tii-ttua. sxd txxt yvar mi
fcUajL tin Dcr. mtX aiU have the
i ka fiatlai we cwJnilUs UVUwt
T . . . . .
are t rcsj
aad ;2sU ay
t kf tit wsmUr
order. w will fret VanEokkelen tft brirr
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aown ft Wbltewumog eommiCtet M ue
Chamber of Commerce add they will
It is true that we keep Teasels here
for months, and that : wtf mak ilots of
money out of IhemJ and some of these
poor wbitis men wijbHwotiog Xcf
& living, do an awful letof'graiblia,
but they don't -am6unfrtA? mrything,
We are big men. of large influence; and
poor white trash cannot tOQcn ns. t X
have a recommendation , .to pendlyon
for onr dear kof Htnrs Bacon uaooii
as yoi tak j off f&o1 qoarffitilif and
Sally says that I can jost pub it on as
strong as 1 think Uie. subject iWlii al
low, and if ' all reports are true the
subject is atrcg eirough3 to' allow any-
thing ; iz otiiet ,woxdv? UteBbtU is
Dauly tainted, And your irieJid Wuliam
X. Snooks will probe it Tery gentry. , t
Your obedient serrant, ?
WlUJAM X. SKOOK3. .
WjughtsvillJ:, New Hanover Co.
November 15; 1881
Dejlb SiK-Tbinking a -. line from
the fish and oyster district of onr glori
ous old county would be welcomed by
you, tne poor man' friend, I took a
stroll around cur f little seaside village
to-day in search of what was going on.
Well, you are aware that the' great
number of pleasure, seekers we had
during the summer have all returned
to their winter quarters; leaving : ns
with only our. permanent residents,'
who are busily engaged repairing the
property that fared so badly during
the late stoim, and getting" everything
in much better condition than hereto
fore, assuring onr visiting friends that
every summer season i will nold out
greater inducements to the weary busi
ness man and pleasure seekers. Others
I find in the sounds busily in search of
fish, oysters and clams, with .which to
supply the market of your thriving
little city, and there bid them come, all
ye hungry, starving, poor, behold a
welcome feast! Others are engaged
upon their little farms, preparing them
for the' coming season. Wending our
way a little farther up the - turnpike,
about a mile from the PostofSce. we
find a new settlement already begun by
a very worthy, energetic little group of
our colored citizens, who have bought
lota, cut down trees and brushes, cleared
ana leveled tneir una, ana Borne nave
already built them very , comfortable
homes; Among these are Messrr. Henry
11 ill, John Martin, Sriomon Manly,'
James Lofton, ' Archie Moore,! John
Mashborn, Jesse Brown ;and 'Edward
enquired j what t all this
the reply was, "Where you
once saw trees you shall hereafter see
houses. They have jiiao purchased i
separate pieei of ground upon which to
build a Church to wocahip God under
their own vine and fig tree, with none
to molest or make them afraid. We
nest arrived at the . Poato3ce. This
we found second to none in the state
for neatness, with a Postmistress whose
cheerful lace and waiting bands to
serve all her official patrons, gave evi
dence tbat Col. E. K. sunk and lion.
Thos. L. James, Postmaster-General,
spared no pains in making the very
nnesi seiecnoo ror ue pouuon , nana
words cost little but are worth much.
especially when l bey come from those
in authority. wtsninr botn you and
the Post abundant success, with the
hearty co-operation ana support of ail
good citizens, I am, very truly yours,
" rAJara, Nov. 15; 1831.
The new French Ministry is gazetted
in the Journal Vfficiel as follows:
M. Gambetta. President of the Coo n
cil and Minister of Foreign Affairs. :
II. waidecK-jKOftsseaa, Jiiaurter of
the Interior.- - ,.:'."'i-r?e. .
M. Alain-Targe, Minister ef Finance.
M. Csiot, Minister of JosUce. - t
M. Raynal, Minister of PtMic Woeks.
M. Devea, Minister of AgvicnUarev
XI. Rouvier. Minister of Cbeaaerce
and also of the Colonies. ; r
M. Pan! Bert, Minister ef ranlic In-
I! General Campenon, Minister of War.
M. Anton in lYoertt, Miabrer of Fin
I i Crocherji UUXA 1 att and
' Th follo.ler kara been aMoIakd
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M. rTpnlkr, of Ferei ACaim.
M.ULlvrt, of War.
M. Blasbdia, f Marine.
if. Out of Agncmlusm. . ,
IL. FelU Faare, ot OoeasetK atd
Col on tee. c
M. LevgeilM, of rmbije Wet a. ,
M.MarUaFaUk,f Jantke. t
M. DeTtlfe, f istrrior.
Tnere are tare stew Ceeram ia Uk
lt. The MUbtrj f Wesi la de
I tacae Mtvm m astnea- w.
1 .mmW n ffa-e I eat run 'km
A new Ministry m crtt4 ia lavet ef
1 hic wv4 give rwn--ui
I M - -
Utarest. A liaiaJry f He
Arts kas beca crtiU-1 U tar ef 2L
t'xm ejf .s2vs::l
la k-cv Zlm Jrr -rrtts t?i
U2iic Cxs at tr-i t kart C
I ryi ary tytsiU tri la. tin . .fct
I Cra tf U 17. v i
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If Governor, Jarvis will look after
enforcing the law, instead oi dickering
in railroads. he will make a belter of
ficer., ji '-.t , j, ; . i ji . ' , . i-1 -1
." We iearn that the term of the pres
ent : TJ. S. Attorney, for the Eastern
District 1 of North Carolina, . will soon
'-' ,? JA World of Good.
One of the most popular medicines
now before the American publie, is
Hop Bitters. You see it everywhere.
People tako ?it v with7 good effect. It
builds' them up. It is not as pleasant
to the taste as some other bitters as it
Is not a whlstey drink. : It is more like
the old fashioned bobe set tea that has
done a world of good.' If you don't
feel just right try Hop Bitters Kuhda
, The Legislature will -meet the 22i of
this month. There will be several im
portant matters for its consideration;
among them the question of calling a
constitutional convention, the adoption
of the new civil code and lien law.
Sumter i Watchman, .. . . it
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J Mlt. WJ'K N. Sellkes 13 tie iu-
TnOBlZED AQEKT FOR THE TOST."
j Subscription pries of the Post only
two dollars sendand take it at Idrice
jv- . - t- . i- i ?-
i We tsk those of our subscribers! who
have rlotycf paid their subscription, to
have the money ready and pay lour
agent as he calls upon them, and there
by save him shoe-leather. The amount
ii small, and every oae can pay if j he
J IWhatia fall," said the man who
stepped on a banana peel on yesterdav.
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Our Postmaster has been to Atlanta
and speaks in glowing ierus of the ex
hibition at that place
; We are pleased to note an improver
raent in Mr. James Sprunt's condition
during the past two or three days.
, Mr. J. A. Springer is.offering coal.
wood, &e , at a very low price, j See
his advertisement in another column.
v A gooa ; breaaiast is very necessary
t make a man feel gocd all day. Bcr
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neman .oners tne oeei, 3.,ro raatce yon
haDov. ; ... 4
. Those who desire employment gqulh
should read the advertisement, of A
YanBekkelen, Esq. for bands. ! t
Rev. Jas. B. Taylor and Mr. BF.
Mitchell have returned to the city from
their recent attendance upon the Bap
tist State Convention at Winston. ( j
' . . . : :.n
Dr. Eugene Grissom", of Raleigh has
accepted an invitation to deliver an
address before the Masonic fraternity
in this city, on St. John's Day, Decern
isurgiars ana tnieves aro Blill piyiog
their . avocation. We have heard of
several cases during the , past ' week.
See that; your windows and doors' are
securely fastened at night.
The guano elevator being Luitt on
the west side of the liver opposite Cues
nut street for the Chnmpion C3mpress
Company is nearly completed." ItwiU
be supplied with shoots, trans, hand
cars and. steam. We are. glad to see
such , improvements going on in enr
midsC Now for a salt elevator.
icursc . or tub tcx. tats an
astronomer, the sun will be an actor in
the scenes that diversify the experience
of his family of worlds dnrieg' the
month, 00 the 2Lt, when the phenom
enon 01 an annour .ecupse occurs.
The golden ring-of light tarroondlng
the moon's dark shadow will only be
visible in the soother a ' ocean and In
the soathera part of 8enth America.
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Jndge W.M.tiiFP,of Mttkkiiiorj,
spent the day in the city on yesterday.
lie was accoapaaied by H ife and
daughter, and was the gncst of Mrs. T.
D. MtaresvatOer to MrttJ&ifp. y edj
Shlpp will hold tle.Dsplia Court1 this
and next week-, and the New llaaavtr
Conrt niith cttveees en the lit Mon
day of Drcembtr. T
Flax. Tli tic earns ca Ue , west
aide el tie river, oa Mr. Geo. W. KU-
ekra rke teUa, tcgeiacr mhh abcat
4,000 blrU vf ike, wtre mtss4
oa Tkanday a'-gVu Tie Ire harp
powrd to nave mt UccIarT. TVcre
was an laasrsa4 aa tk iaud aa4
vka ir f Jk a U3aj Oa tire
Crew, j Issratr " Otmjnft 'fSX;
itaerrkl Uaka, tlW. Xl'pC
U.U.C1V O iiTii .V Cr-
eaa lltlM Tl,tf aika
titrt ti aUct "Vsl!a,
ir U 3Ir. KHZtr. ax4 tils tm-.
crrl Vf lis Uanst Ht CJ t aa
lrct ttonjtA !aiSfi wvre titj.
lit Ism 3 f xttrJ tit lm-ztzt, '
rr- . r. . . " " I " 1 - 111 ."' 11 1 1
' Single Copies 5 Ctzis
Don't forget that next Thursday is
Thanksgiving Day, , and - get 5 your
urkey, meats, ete, accordingly. V' u ;
The Colored Fair of Sampson coun
ty," cornea off on the 7th, 8 th. 9th, and
10th of Dec. 1881, at Clinton, NiuVt i
Lieutenant' Fred. M.fMunger, who
was here on the Colfax for some years,
is now stationed at Eastport, Maine. ;
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A new fence has . been ' completed
around St. Mark' Episcopal Church,
on the corner of Sixth, and f Mnlberry
streets. ' ' K-:y V( '
The Water - Works , were oGciaUy
tested by the city and Fire Department
on Wednesday last, and worked very
nicely. 4 ' ;V -:
We ca attention to the advertise
ment of BJ Partner and.Wm. Genaust,
in regard to their beer bottles Read,
and be governed accordingly, 1 " !
It-is now thought that a second crop
of rice will bo made on the rice, fields
near 'this city. Planters are counting
on 10 bushels to the acre in the second
crop, f J i': : ' C; 7; !'f'' i
We regret to . learn., that Mr,, J. G.
Ilashagenpf this city, who accompa
nied Prof. King in his balloon ascen
sion, has been sick ever since. ' His
sickness is said to be caused from ex
posure. -.- Il-v-.rv:;;- i.-A
In the northern markets; potatoes,
beets, turnips and eggs are1 sold by the
pound. It is the sensible way in which,
to sell such articles. ; Its justness to
both the groceryman and consumers is
obvious. Why not institute the prac
tice-here. ' .;;" . . ; -.' U '
Mary Ray. and Albert Herring i were
arrested on Wednesday last for having
too many articles of clothing belonging
to other people in their ; possession;
They are how in jail, and will answer
to the charge of larceny at the next
term of the Criminal Court.'; J
We calf attention to - the advertise
ment of Messrs. Wood & Edens, which
appears in this issuev "These "gentle
men havei I opened a first-class ' meat
shorandwe ad rise our friends tolgive
thera a call. j . They always keep the
best 61 meats, uj - iv
. Mr. Webber, tie iTrst AsaisUnt EoTl
gineer of the Colfax, was " relieved on
Monday last, from duty, on the Colfax,
and ordered to the Stephens, at New
bern, at his own request. Mr, Webber
has many personal friends In 'this city
who will at all times be glad to hear ol
his success . -. (
We propose to continne in the fatare
as we have in the past, in making the
Post an independent, ont-spoken and
tearless newspaper,; and those people
who think we can be ' bnlldosed or
bought to take an opposite coarse, had
as well make np their minds that they
are afier the wrong paper. ; j
The police have been supplied with
their new uniforms. . The nniJorm is a
tingle breasted frock coat with standirg
collar and brass button; the pants" are
ofthe same material, but made plain;
the hat is black, high, crowned, stiff,
and ornamented in front with a wreath,
ia the centre of which Is the number.
A cord of bbek ad gold surrouods the
bat, the em! of which, terminate ia a
u V of the same material. aca efS
cer has a 16 been supplied with a pair
of aippers. C:a-:, .C-vl -: ( .'! j
feu ctte's Cxrx. Mr. F. A. SchaUe
annoancea ia this fasae of the Tost
tbat he has epeaed a finUdaee restaa
rant for ladies and gtsUetaeJ. : TTe
ccruioly coegratalate onr people oa
the bpeaiag ' of this aew resUaraat.
WUtalsgton has - long aeeded each a
place. New : York has Delmoalco,
Waayagioa Welkcrs, aad acw WW
mingtoa has tkhatu'a, which ha la
teada to make tiaal ta any eetablkb
eat of the kind la Ike ceottry. JJer
chan ts aad other Laeiacaesacaavgluu
patroaiae aad aaa that the phsee Is pea
petty eaeonisgfJ. v Wa wba Sir.
Schntte grnt racrtse ta t kederUk
A Ntw CuriSesma f tin rwsxg
geaikastia at tale t&j aaet 2Iaadjj
aU sad tsrmed ft era erjtilxirisa,
t U bti as L'Arka Gemia
CUV a4 eWcu4 the Xoag
fmiicat J. IL Craaly. 1
Srtary atl .--..TitiJeawr,:)..!.
lSearea : . , . r " '
Gmrvurg ittlura-Jt. 12. dm!?,
C tV'TTrUVl, r. L. ITruta, C. J. LCy.
Jf, Or. rsii In la, L f, XTii ts4
TUig ts Cxrsxa 3 .la tfa' U'
Ctratxljk S&m'a tit !S4 ItA,"
Atth TAIllddnral ni tr DfTV T Tnxl.Ht
HoUoway,Mov. tH,ls$l. bom Jniy, lsG.
A doctor tor tbs lMtss Tetvrs. OieamoDi;
jaw uotv. tiumw mna nu don her task.
rUMnltMd bTKldarWurUiV.ti ir.,1 -
4th nptr Sin f rMXcclealasUvM. Kim
uyin, liark trom the tomb, bbe u de
euuy burled. Loved by ail taailmew her,
4 ber remaias were iaterred Ute Batur-
u,7TTOiar,win. .ueraeeui udeploica
toy a larse host of aorrowlBf ft-K-nds. .
HarreU'i Stero, Bmpoa Co i'. u ,
On the mimrnlnv rf th rrtts nf Wmnkl.
between S end o'clock, by frlht ceoaeU
ot a robber breekln Into th nt.a nn
elardeTnl(ht,thelWhUU Mr. Clerlae
MoCuIlah, aged. 3t) yeew. XI nvonthe end S
aeye. . ueceeeea wee the beloved wife of .
Mr. ChrlstODher aloCnlieii. end e. rutiM
of John U. wblteman. bbe leaves a has-
band ana nve small children.
rrUXK UNDERSIGNED desire to notify the
J. public that. In Tlew of the lose we nit
ia vtu- oBmuoeae, oj oar paieat stopper bot
tles not belnx returned, it Is oor loteauon
to preeeeute to the fullest extent of the law
any person or persona who may.be found
wiu, oar pviun in uieir poueeeion, and
whe refuse to return them, or who wilt
tramo In them In any manner whatever.
1 HOT 20 t -;WM, OKNAi;8T.
KO. 3 GRANITE ROW, FItOXT
I HaYE aUSTOPENEH MY FASHION.
j - t ABLE.
Jl EST A URANTi
I am prepared to take boarders by th
First Class Acommoda
, tionsfor Ladles.
The very beet wilt be torn Uhed that can bo
, purchased In this or tho
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; , MUPIOI QtfALlTy. ;
ThC5(y ef Wilmington hk Ions; needed
i' V .; - , rtnt Uui and
; Fashionable ,Oa fo.
roil , .
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
And It la my purpose to supply this want.
Meals farnisbed at all hours of
v. the .Day. and up to 12. o'clock 1
Y::S..au :l Night. svvA".
.V:- Conducted on thS '
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' Coal and Wood I
GRATE, STOVE AND CUEST-
iDT sizes ' ;
Best Quality KED and WHITE ASH.
OAK, ; ' 4-4'-:
' - ASH,' ' ' -.
Very low. Sawed for Stoves cr In long
slicks, by ;;;'-."".3 : . "
WOOD & EDENS
Have orEstD Asr.w UAnstrr ox
the corner ot t-Ufhth a M.rfeM
uof, wbre the beet hl.tr. 1UK. iAl'
SAOi; VfciiETAm.W.4,rM alweje be
fcmad. OIe ttoea, a eJU
j am sot rax aiiEtu rr, cut i will
la the CU&e, S nave
for ait fciate asnttamie. The et'et
tub: rrrr i n a-
OC e4 fterauare aee tn lb seoei esyheosw
CVaats Bkt. seamto mtM fat a,
GOOD3 AND WORK CUAXUN-
t WAanr a wrxxa tr atus
ft l aet aa sf Tna&t rk
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