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ElOerTdel the Fosloffide at wuming
jgU, K C, as Second Class Matter. :
-,; pjlKSlD ENT'8 M Js-BSS A.B f
The message to Corgre$s of President
r; Arthur certainly gives a sa'tisfactorj ic-
ctuof ofPr eiga relations. And
- he gires a plain business , Tiew of our
borne aflairsj and it is a mattei of plea-
prosperous- condition of the Jusines of
lh country, ine ircniucBi. ouivryo
he whole Beli and sanij. up the case
Jmirabiy jffelf. General Arthur is a
jbosiness piin as well 'aa a stateemaD,
S- ind he eTNentlT beueyes in dealing
i fi Vitb public; affiurs in a business maa:
A H per. inA uoJ as t..blioliug U CX
ample fur ; his subordinates to follow
II which will result greatly to the benefit
-1 of this country if they will do sov The
i message is highly spoken of by all re
. i; gsrdless of politics. The President's
; ''aioet bitter Democratic critics admit
1 thst his first state paper is a remarka-
8KNATOR DAVID DAY If)
h delermimd to be- independent. On
'last Toesdsy a mptiojp to divide the
committees of the1 Senate was up for
consideration.- He called Senator Fat
V Visa, of Tennessee, to the chatr and took
the fboriand explained hb poition,
1 ppd ayain pledged himself to be per
itct'y independent, Je said be;pubuld
tote to continue the committees in the
. bauds of the Bepublicans, from the fact
: tbstthat partyjhad tbe executive branch
' of the 'government and the House' and
. ' be wanted'to make them, responsible to
Ijiif (optf for the Legislation." But
; the present subordinate iffloei of the
' ; last " Senate were still in and had per
formed their duty well and he should vote
. tAkeep them from being turned out. Old
;- I)arid is thoroughly independent, and
'h,e is npt joipg tqr be changed frpm his
course which he has well considered
. b-fore adopting. And he should be
I 'o m mended' for his patriotism to what
,' jie considers a duty. Uis time will be
';t on the 4th of March 1883, when a
tr&ight6ut UepuUican from Illinois
! vvill take b is place. . But in his retire;
'ibent Senator Davis will carry with
' kim the respect u( tbe American peo-
Cvl. Oco. T. Wsssbni; editor and pro
prietor of the Cart'.ina Star, published
st Oeldsboro, N. C, was in our city on
Thursday last. He says the businesa
(ff bis enterprtee in pnblishing a polit
ical newspaper Las proved beyond
" doubt aompiete success, and that the
. Star is now one of the fixed institutions
pi the state. His paper, he 'says, has
nre paying tubscribers than any other
pie.r in the ttate, published by a col
firel man. We certainly think the Or
loeel hi s shown great industry and a
bility io the conduct of hia paper, and
f we hope to see it continue to prosper,
, ind we desire to see its circulation in-
. rreasa iprir foia. me toiored people
mt be cultivated up If) reading the
, atwfpapers, so as to v be at all tianta
posUd. They will be enabled thereby to
act mere intelligently aa well as inde
pendently on public questions. We
woytd like to see every colored man in
the stale taka iw or mpre political
"papers, and read th; m carefully
' the more information they receive the
kitttr citisena they will make. We
'ioow of hundreds of colored men in
: r cifw who can read and write, who
vr txtmioe a n'eiripaper, and art
4H family of glijla and boya in
tssume way - Their conduct in this
pMticttlar is limply outrageous, and It
i sincerely whed by their friends that
:Utet ril be a pbange jprj toon, and
'Cttblican' newspapers freely clrcula
K which the beads of families will
M is the very beat poaaible way to
Ut intelligent men and women of
tbtir children, when raised to yean of
V PrtslJeet baa sent a special com
'tloa to Peru and Chill to InmUgata
feacoatroTtny between the U.S. Ilia
ert tothoM repuUka, and to Mttla
liHJftaur Tba rmmisaloBerakft
'tw yWk on bunday last; but a bister
Wbwi' Is aelUloc with poor Kilpat
,U died on Sunday last. , '. 2
per lirown:ow baa arpolak
CoJoael Robsrt E. Hancock, of New
Vtrt, strperlateadent of the ftMias room
ftae Housoof RtprtxataUna. Tula
, $ vwy eutllcct ttlecUsat
f&ata lerna)CB rtctTrtd tel
rU Uforaatloa from Caatla
Ai-i, ea Uondiv taat that Oeatral
PptUkk, lliahuarv died oa
f 4ay the laataaU y f
lK Otatrat TfclUe, we txtf
" wy ;tslly ctlUcUal, by aoma af
v-a atvtrtrtn cf lie ccsalrr. xct
' n !iUe U itrt!, tTtar
uika4 Ittact.ctU UaDcCt
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I i i ,77.. . t i .1 . . i , . . '. 7.
O APT. Pit AKK WOOTBff '
. Captain Wooten was in the city a
few days ago; and tbe Post reporter
stumbled against him, when the follow
log colloquy toofc place; -xSuuhti ; f
: Beporter Wei! Captain, what do
you think of the political out look?
Capt. W Well, if you bavo watched
the sir.na of the timen, you must know
that all atppearances are bearing towards
a grand victory for . the anti-Bonrbon
Democracy in . 1884. I like your plat
form published io tbe-last issue,' and it
ia one that-all true lovers of a iree gof
ernment can stand upoir "
i ; Eeportex Will joo; support1 a ticket
nominated on such a platform of pria-
iplet?-''-;-n'.--i-d ;i-;2Us 1o'-
1 liaDtl.W-Yeff.-' raVoppoaed- to
the old bourbons and kicked out in
1878, 1 and in the future will vote the
anti-Bourbon Democratic ticket. In
fat4.I do not see how any liberal min
ded man, I care not what party he be
longs to, can longer support the; Demo
cratic party, as long aa it is controlled
by jhe present ring; ! V I
: Reporter Bat how about equal rights
for all, before the law? ' l i
Capt. W Weil, sir, I am entirely in
accord with the Post on that issue, and
I suppose that is strong enough to put
it. :, :- , .' . 1 - v;;-
I Reporter Hb w about local self srov
ernmem? v t" ' :
I Capt. W If a people cannot be trus
ted to vote for tbeiFuwn lpcal oncers I
do not see why they should be allowed
to voie for the President, the Governor,
the members of Congress and members
of tbe state Legislature. If we are
capable of voting for those important
Officers I cannot see why We should not
be allowed to vote for county commis
sioners, c justices of the peace, school
committeemen, Ac In my opinion the
entire people are tired of the; present
system of local government, and will
rise in their majesty at the next elec
tion and burl the men from power that
are advocates of it, with such force
that they never will again dare1 to poke
their heads above the political surface.
I am in favor of the people electing all
of their oncers. ; 'j '
Reporter You know that we are in
favor of anti-prohibition: and bow do
you stand on that?
Cspt. W Well, sir, I belong to that
noble arrojr of martyrs who yo(cd tbe
proamnion out flown as tn
tion, : to the tune of 116,000 majority,
and I am in favor of keeping it down
The prohibition bill was another step
towards proscribing the righta of the
people and. staged by be satae prowd
that took the election of local ofScers
fr jm'uN We must keep such men and
measures down. j
Reporter. -And bow about 'a free
ballot and a fair count?" I . J
Capt, WI glory in Wm. Mahone,
and he baa more white followers In
North Carolina than in Virginia. The
time has come for every man to express
bis political convictions, at all times
and at all places, with perfect freedom,
and when he votes, that vote moat be
correctly counted -in tbe future. The
people' will not Indorse counting out
rightfully elected candidates, let them
be Democrats or Republicans. I am ia
favor of the majority ruling, and this
Republiq cannot stand very long unless
that plan ia fully carried out, I kicked
oat .' from tbe Bourbon? Democracy in
1878, on account of their prescriptive
policy, and a few hundred others fol
lowed me, Ia 1SS0 a portion then went
back, bat not to atay, and I full? be
lieve In 1 882 and 1884, twenty thous
and men who have voted the Demo
cratic ticket . heretofore, will rote ia
1882, for candidates supporting th
Mahone doctrine. But I am pot ben
ia tbe. city concerning polkica. lam
a farmer, and run lata tbe city, to sell
my potatpce; therefor yoa will please
excuse any further talk on political
matters..' " ,. ;'; ;- jV, j- '.
ReporterWbile I waa taking down
the but renteaoe my man , dodred bo
bind a pctata eat and la a moment
waa outof alibtr . ' V :. -: ; ;
Such tt aa as Captaia Frank wootea
are made or tat proper saaiemi tor
heroes. He kua trtgrlt toaar
what ae btUeTt-ax(j uit aana io mcx
it ajs. ?:.:;..! -..v
I Tbeoflcers who wtr ncaliaUdby
the Eepabiicaa eaacoa, and Ulrsrapbed
to this paper last Saturday
elected oa ileoday, ky the Qousa of
RrrrmnUm . at TTaailx-tea, oa tbe
asaeaUics of Gesresav Cca Kkfer,
of Obia, Speaker; Cos TX HeTber
son, of rtnntjtvaala, Cerk; Ooi, Oeo.
W. Hooker, af Ytmoat, errsVat'
Arms; W. P. Erowalow, af Ttsstsea.
Tte Hcitl'cxa tulctily eras eit,
CTtx aU, Escrats, Grttatltra and
TWcHUUsaiila. AX trsiiLrj, tsa
nsa a:srrti enr era Tttriay,
ud TaeaJay, afr k?f l P
t-vi. 1 1 t'l'f tl'rsrA tret
t-t t t tin tla trtsitT
CLINTON AND IPOT.NT VA&TV JCLL
it-U-rs ltAiLROAD.-: :jri
i: Capt. Richard P. Patterson informs ia
that the citizens of.' Clinton held a
rousing and enthusiastic railroad meet
ing on Friday night last. Judge Al
mond A. McKoy .was called to the chair,
and J. A. Ferrell ' acted as sectreary.
On tak'ng the 1 chair Judge McKoy
made an excellent address explaining
tbe object of the meeting to ba for the
purpose of construtcing a railroad from
Clinton and Point Caswell. ;
,. Speeches were made , by Edwin W.
Kerr, J. A. FerreIl,Richard P. Patterson
and others. After which books for
subscription were opened, and quite a
large amount subscribed, and sufficient
was done, to guaran tee the - building of
tbe wad..-;;;.:'Vv.v:,'l :;; V
j Messrs. A. A. McKoy, J. A. Ferrell,
J. R. Beainan, C. C. Patrick, J. A. Ash-
ford, Everett Turner and H. B. Gid-
dens, were appointed a committee to
solicit subscriptions to the stock, and to
report progress at another meeting to
be held On tbe 29tn of December.
jCapt. Patterson is fihowiDg great
energy in shoving this enterprise along
and we believe if any. one can succeed
with tbe matter, ' he j can. We need
more j men of go-aheadiyeaesa in this
community; and instead of only one
man trying to construct a small road of
30 miles, we should have a dozen aggi
tatlng the question of at. least a do can
dijerent roads, which would .very
greatly benefit Wilmington. We have
a few dozen of the inhabitants of Ex
change Corner, who we desire to recom
mend to Capt. Dick for officers of his
We publish below a letter from Dis
trict Attorney Albertson, who it will
be seen concurs entirely with the opin
ion of Col. McRae. We are exceedingly
gratified at this from the fact that it will
be iee by the Commissioners of the
different counties in the stUe. that they
must now dn their duty by the' colored
people or be subject to indictment and
prosecution in the' U. 8- District and
pfFICE JJ. S. DlSTBICT AtTOtcNEY, 1
I EASTEBN DlSTEICT OV JN. O. j
Raletoh, N. C Dec. 6, 1881.
W P. Cakaday, Esq :
Six; The able and lucid opinion of
Col- McRae, sent me by yoti, has been
read by me with gteal pleasure. There
caa be no controversy aoout tne 'law,
in the case suggested.' If there exists
a case within the jurisdiction of the
eastern district of North Carolina, of
the Commissioners of a county refusing
to put the names of any. colored men in
the jury box, a prima facie case, under
the! . 14th amendment to the Constitu
tion of the United, States and the act
of Congress of March 1st, 1875, is dis
closed; and every such case, when
properly' constituted in any Federal
Court in this jurisdiction, will be pros
ecuted. There are means provided: to
effect this end, the same as exist in
every case of the violation of a law of
tbe;United States. J V .
It complaint be made before a Com
missioner of tbe Circuit Court on oath,
or let application be made to -a District
or Circuit Court Judge for a bench
warrant, and tbe case will be tried, aa
any iothe criminal charge is examined.
The! way to prosecute; in all criminal
offenses is made plain and easy by the
lawj-; r r:;-
If partiea prosecuted, in our state
courts for offence, in counties in which.
thU iUegal exclusion of colored persona
exist a, 'prefer such a course, It ia easy
to move to quash the indictments. Far-
ilea aggrieved have a cboice of jurisdic
tion, witb ultimate appeal in either
tribunal j to tbe Supreme Court of tbe
i . V:. -i '' - J. ,W. Albextbox.
MsjorJ. C McClammy ia a contrlb
jntor toth FayettevUle "Examiner,"
over the signature of "Z." If the Major
bad said In bis last communication that
be was low controlling tbe affaire of
the county of Pender, bit should the
people aigaisThave an opportunity to
tote for their local officers they would
retire the, dear bqy to private Uf, be
ejertaily woaid bate atruck tbe nation
aba bead, and "ihat would account for
tba milk ia tbe eocoaat
We learn that th-Star - 0:dbon,
baa , at uat accomplished a complete
rktary in the tact taat pcetmasttr
Baltb baa avpolated a yoaeg calored
cuui to a derksklp ia kta See, after
Tewias ba would noU i And tbe world
i -: .... J trasaa aad Seei.;
The mix casaa af xemoaeta h la
dlmllcai, ax4 that is caused by weak-
use fif the ektaatb. JCe ee caa bava
sc-si lema as4 cood btattb wUbcrt
stslrj Cf?XiUra to eutrsUcatke
atoettbJ VsirlSr tlaVbJ.P
tie Uvtraai kitTt.aTswU carry
CICi tie rtlsccas asd wU tziZZsx
CAROLINA, SUNDAY DEC. 11. 188J.
: General . W. N. . Taft, Postmaster at
Charleston, is spending a few j days in
Washtneton. J i .- .-V Vfvf-f'-;!Ci
Don't forget: the Carolina Fair at
Wadesboro, on1 the 20th 21st anof.SSd
of December. , We bope to iw iarge
' attendance from this: city the fare ia
so low that all Should go tip p a jand
exenreibnan c9MnrXg to' tolbieo
farmers of the uppCareliaaiVy
. The White House' baa'been tborongb-:
ly renovated since the death x&Presl
dent Garfield, and ; President Arthur
moved in on Tuesday lajTitej J'old'
barn ought to be MuTjwor tnrnedinia
execuve - offices, and there should be at
handsome Bew-manslonf instrtcted at
a mord suftaofclit
dent's residence zh-iii 'i hLjp r
Lieutcnair Colonel U l Crjugbill,
of the U. S. Engineer Corps, wentdown,
to Smithville on Wednesday last to1 ia
vestigj&te the complaints , against one
of bis employes, Henry Bacon ; Esq.
who the, ciUzens . .complain, baa been
guilty of many very ' reprehensible
things. The Colonel had along hia
confidential clerk, Mr. Mott, and from
all, appearances ! they went - down to
have a thorough overhauling of things.
OIT X ITEMS.
No interments in Belle rue Cemetery
this week- i '' '
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f See advertisement of Pine , Forrest
Cemetery in this issue. , , ,i ir': j
" 1 ,'T"swBwsam--e-aimai""- ,- " .:
The Bugle is a bandsome little . paper
just started at Greensboro, N. G.1 i ;
m. m,m .
Messrs. Adrain & Vollers advertise
holiday goods. Give them a call.. T
Only one interment r in Oakdale
Cemetery during ihe past week, that of
an 'sfilult.!, " .
The government is erecting, a
Signal Service Wire between this city
and Sloop Point. . .. .'.'
Three interments in -Pine Forrest
Cemetery during the past week one
adult and twq children, ' ' ' V"v" 'j
Poultry and eggs are jhigh7 notwith
standing the fact 'that the market is
bountifully supplied. f '
See tbe adjcrtiieigent 0f j , w.jOrt-
mann headed "Club Rooma.' He of-
Asia Uiv Tery tirac wererytning nfa
line. - : . .V! '', . '
Captain Eric Gabrielson, the very ex
cellent commander qf thg stealer .Col
fax m Quite sick. We hope be will soon
be out again. ' ' ' ' ' !.
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The Post don't ask (any one to ad
vertise for charity. ; It Is ' the only pa
per in the state that circnla(ee 9 etery
county o k(onh Carolina. .:.rl : f:
.'.;v I I ' ,
We shall publish Colonel McRae'a
opinion in one more issue of the Post,
and those who want extra copies' must
send n their names iq ti.ma, ; ;
Our Israelite citizens are preparing
for a grand festival which Ibey propose
to give in the City Hall on the : 27,
28tb, 29tb and SOth inst, for the benefit
of tbe synagogue., . ii
Mr. R- H. Brry baa, entered in
contract with the city for the replank
log of Null street. Mr. Berry baa com
menced work and has laid new planka
as far up as Walnut street . ,1
; , !'-.
There ara a few oficctseekers still in
Washington fron North Carolina, and
the word baa gone fottb thai recruits
are still coming in. They had better
slay home, save money and Klf-reapeett
, i9. -r,, v !
We call attention to the advertise
ment of Mr. J. D. BtelljeeT which ap
pears in this issue. John keepe a first
class house and our friends would do
weU to go and see hisa. 4 tint class
reatauraat ia coeacccioe. ; 7; M f
Flax AO AX. Every body 1 knows
Flanagan, "don't jow fogetiC He
keepe oa Market atreeft, the eld stand,
where old tolka, youog felkaUttle fJa.
aad big folks cap get their Christmas
notions lor old Saata Caaa. .
We have received iaTenaatiost that
Cbllecter White has a Democrat aa
Deputy Collector at Ual&x, Tka we
state oev UforsaaUofi which appeara to
ba reliable. We desire to knew f
Collector TTblte, ei Kewbera, If Ihk a
while max was chared wltha
rape of a colored wcjaxa e thalat
dajcf December, aad Uewarrtatkas
beea U the haads af tie Dejtry tbcrll
fcr Ttr a wttk, tU cp U tUs Czis tie
de&adA&l haa act beea arrnitJ. Wkj,
we d ect knew. Cst wear;;cjtle
dafaixsl, wlx k;i ati Ttrywta
karcUra la tlU casnxr:?. Is 1
Ug e&t ci tie way. AlltlepuCcsars
raUtaacf. tlis ciy, aa4 wVn tie
c&urr fr?t t fce trl n J1 p.V
. M. M. Katz, ono of the most popular
dry goods merchants of our city ad
dresses the citizens In this issue of the
Post. See what be offers, and don't
fail to'see him and price his goods be
fore buying, or you will loose a bar
: Dr. S. S. Satchwell, the leading pby
sician of eastern North I Carolina, was
in the city on Friday last, aa strong a
prohibitionist aa ever. In fact he says
be is now a tetotaier, and will fight it
Out on ' that line. J.Wi& know a great
many men who we had rather tackle on
apolitical -question than Dr Satchwell.
j ."J, , W.' Wallace postmaster at Ab
bottflburg died at his home on Tuesday
the 6tb. instant, Mr. Wallace was an
engineer, and had resided at Abbotts
burg for the past ten years, and was
engineer of, the machiutry of the man
ufacturing establishment started by the
late ' General Jos. G. Abbott, and no w
owned by Mr. John Cokille. ' f '
';.The recent rains haTe extended far
into the interior, and as a consequence
there has been quite a rise in. the river.
Timber -rafta are arriving quite freely,'
and there is quite" a good Remand for
it, the prices ruling as follows: . Infe
rior to ordinary, $5 to ,$7; fair mill,
$7.50, to $8.50; prime, i9 to $10; extra
mill, f 10 to $12; ship, $12 to"$15. ,
Ra ?. F. W. E Peschau of Naohvile
Tenn., has been unanimcusly elected
pastor of St. Pauls E vangical Lutheria
Ch urch c f this city. Mr. reschauhas
accepted the call and willj - enter upon
his new charge on the 1st of January.
He came to this city last week by invi
tation of tlhe congrogation, and preached
on Sunday last both morning and"
evening, - in engliah and gerraan and
gave very general satisfaction.
The Feost Street M. E. Chuech's
PASTpE-r-The Durham riant says of
the Rev. j Frank H. Wood, who has
been Bent to. the FrontlStreet Mj E.
Church, by the late Conference of the
Church: j t
The appointment of Rev. Frank H.
Wood to Front Street Church. Wil
mington, gives peculiar pleasure to his
many friends throughout the state, ' As
a preacher Mr. Wood has few equals
We had tlhe pleasure of bearing him
every Sunday for three years, and if
the good people of Wilmington want
good doctrine and logical sermons for
cibly delivered they cannot but be
E leased wlili inelr pastor Eevf Frank
t. Wood. We bespeak for him a
hearty reception in this pew field.
Maeeiage License The follow?
marriage licenses were issued at the
Register's office during the past week:
Charles Henry Fore and Miss Mary.L
Shaw. A B Linch and Miss Minnie
Bell Bordea.? Ed Edens and Miss Car
rie Johnsni J W Toomer and Miss
Emily G Berry. Charles E-Wood and
Miss Sarah E Deal. Clause Richties
and Misa -i M S Steinken, John H
Hardin and Miss Fan ay Brooks Man
ning., Major Loftin and Mias Laura
Walker, A J Nelson and Miss Mid
dletoa. John W Avery to Miss Jane
Walker. Amos Usher and Miss Jose
Deeds axd Mortgages. The fol
lowing deeds and mortgages have been
probated by the proper officers the past
week: John W Atkinson and others,
deed to Marion Potter. H L Ritter and
wife, deed to John Keer. J N Mc
Dougald and D L Russell, deed to Cath
arine F Ranbanh G N McDoogald,
power of attorney to D L Russell. C
N Boohan and wife, ded to D L.Raa-
sell. R E Calder, truster, deed to Mar
shall Pate of Bladen. Wo Hurst and
wife, deed to Won Burcb. C af Sted
man, President, Isaac Bates and E B
Borden, Directors, deed to J W Harper.
F H Darby, commissioner, deed to
Christopher Stephens. Joseph U Ntff
detd of trust to B O Bates. ,
The Coaaty Commis&ioneri audited
the following bills at their last meet
ing: WL Smith & Co, 27; H Reed,
$50; CO Parker. $U; U Reed, $3750;
I Quick, $7 60; JB L Pearce, $9 60; II A
Ragg. tQSiUQ V orth, $; U Moorw, H;
N Y Gcee, It 45; J A Saarpleaa; $3 18;
T C Miller, $15 S5; E U McQeitg.
SO; W WHarri. 119 CO; J E Simp
son. $13 63; David Joynr. $10; R T
WiUlasav $7; W Gaa L Co, $3 ?&
Reej Rose, $11 S3; Jeha D Taylor, $53
15; J C Walker.! $7 Jobs IT Savage;
$tl7 80; J E Mcllheej, $dS Kara
Saaspsoa, $15 12 Uolasea & Waters;
$19 49; C Schemes, $1$ JC&evea-
$10iJ ZCoauighm JCtfte-
$19; J A McKUasr. tJ; L A B
Soloaaca. $4 43; S II Maaatay. $11 ZZj
Calaaea & Wattera, 71 tests; S tg!Ia
alcs, tTI . J A trrrrr, CI Ki Z
S TUlcZlt, ??i Q D lUrnJl A $s,
$15; SW CUe. $14?: CO ICy.
tll. Jackaca A DtJl. $7; 8 Q Ut
O 7 JTka D Tsylir, tlX TL VO
krs,ttt;SIl MaaxUr. ZSB
2Iaaai 4V 4J? 0 B Slaeca, l-t, S II
$U4 tCD Uytrsfl; AJGrT.
Sluzle Csries 5'Ctiis
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. " ;
rpHE rUTET ASSORTED STOCK JCVEB
j ' a - ,t ,..-- nil iO tiit.j ;-...8i.ri i
brought to WUnUagton with all the . latest
Novelties and Shades lav5 ; ,
f. s ?
BaUn Marvefiledz'Satrn de tyon,'Ktad
ames, poxrabs, BrooadM, Voire,
tique, camel's Half.' Bit ;
COLORED, BLACK ! AND ILLU1U-
HnrUttaa, Mohairs, BolUaca, Alpacas and
1, Plaids In endless varlety'.lfrssainen-
terle, Frlnies and Trimmings
Whits Goods, Honsf "
-,, kesolaf .Qeods,
Men and Boy's J Wear, riannela, Merino
1 Underwear, Hosiery, Qloresi'Csrsetf,
Laees add Edginn.
CURTAIN LACES,: CREPE
IE & DOMESTIC GOODS.
In fact everything desirable. Warranted
to come op ln prlee and quality, to any
samples from retail houses ITOrth. '
Call and save extra expense la buying
M. M. KATZ,
36 Market Street.
THE . VAB1ETY 1 STORE.
i 6 li
spectral ly notify his friends and the pnbrie
that he has recently retnrnea Ironi visit
10 V10 I .-,- . l:
! Northern Marketo
i - i
: where he haa porchased the
MILLINERY, FAKOf GOODS t '
NOTIONS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
. hu has ever offered In this city,1 f '
. . ity stock Is : :;U; 1
f j And In'.-' r" fcr :
I harethoaaanasethlaffswhleh ItvwrM
tk rolnmnt toenamermie. My floe, fresh
FRENCH CAlf D1E are a specialty. I lead
in these goods ae my patrons well know. I
have aa elegant variety ef i
Millinery Coodo, HatOf
1 Trlmmlnrjo, &c.
To which X Invite the attention of lhe
? My stock of CnillsTMAS GOODS Is rail
and complete and hiring beea bought tofe
will be sold tvr. . t ,
. 1 repectfall Invite a eall and lnspecUom.
! . ! I PuANAOAN.
. i; k ensy a
dec H-St , KokOSUrkei
For the Holidays,
. . 1 .
A FULL LINE OF
; r: r " :i ,U V::' .if -
Coodo for Christmas !
oa: hand, ccntlstlag la part of ,
ORANGES, LCUOSS, CA5DY,
.... . . i
APPLES, Niny, 1 ;
COCOAUXS, HAlSI!i3, CXXCOX,
i CUERANT3, PHUKES, Ae. .
evOrder early sad avetd the rettk
ADIelAri & VCLLCKO.
COSfO TO0D A!TD TZXi: ll'U
weiy m mi M-e a- U- a la t
ae ue ejr ei vst .
Oifee- ea t9ssw
Tie ClareiiciTOercrb; Company
GrVTSNOTICT THAT IT IS .READY
i?N7c2Z?. PPUatlons for snpplylng
St: . onnation i regard to rates, Ac,.
S??5eJld'J? PPlitlon most be made
3ntendent offloe;No. 1 Joarnal .
PJK- grtnoe" steeev fm 9 to 11 A. M.
P. M. vServloe pipes -mill be laid
lntts order In whlchthe appUcaUons are
deo'SStf - J(?HN c'.cAaE BPV
'PffEAJffHTJALMEBTnrooP THE 1XT
A , wneri o PINE frOKJSST CEilKTEUY
yUl be held at the CITY H LrI oa Tn-
day evsnlnr. Dee. ISth. at 714 tyclock,- P. M.
JAS. TeLf Afn, PresldenU -
JgOOaMrOOD. BecretaryVW r
SECOND 8TEKET, BETWEEN MAItKEC
,"7lOTr fiTOCK OJ WINES, . LIQUORS.
X Lager, and BndwelBer Beer. Cigars snd
Tobacoa- Ail sorts of Imported aad ; Do
mtlOiCheese,' Uarinlrte Herrings, New
River Oysters, Ae, do. call and convince
yourself. Respeefnlly, - -
j decUtaa . K W.,ORTMANy, Prop.
V ;an excursion
;.fi i: r . VIA THE -
plina Central R R."
FOR THE ATLANTA
,-. i EXPOSITION
PA-RTX OF FIFTY ,1S BEING AIADE
up, wbo propose to leava for ATLANTA
about December 15th. Extra Inducement
- - . ,'
Is Offered In a rate which will include Eall.
road Fare aa well as Hotel Expenses for an '
entire week in Atlanta.' : r
Ladles and Gentlemen should take ad-
vantage of this opportunity. as many are
already pn the list to go. . j , '
For Information apply to-
dee U It : CAROLINA CENTUALR. It.
Custom House, "Wilmikotow, n.C. i
i CobiKToB'j Orrics, Dee. . f
T3Y AUTHOBITx OK THE 8KCHETARY
of the Treasnrv. Maosra. Prnnlv A Afar.
ris will sell at their Auction 1 looms, in tnls
city, on Tuesday, the 27th riayfnf Deeember,
1881, six 6) DESKS, two CI) LOUNGK8. ten
(10) CHAlks and one CAllPJtT to the high
est bidder for cash.
" ' , f W. P. CANADA Y. .
dee U St ; - Collector.
pERSONS BUYING DRY GODS FOR
CASH will get all the advantages they are
entitled to, In baying from me, as I do bu
siness EXCLUSIVELY FOR CASH, both
buying and seJUng.
I Invite yonr lauentlon to my staple Etock
. 1 . ...... I
: LINEN TABLE GOODS,
j , NAPKINS, DOYLE?. ETC.
I keep the best and cheapen stork of
Ladies and Goats' Lines Uambrio
j ' 'Handkerchiefs,
, j ...... i 1 j.,
E&sdsone Embroidered ttd fiourn-
lug HandrerrMefs. ,
NECK TIES FOB LADIES, io irery
SPANISH LACE TIES acd HCUUi?,
e a a e a . '
oiacK avoa wane. r
SILK rOCKET HANDK LUCUIEfi?,
iroca lit ceata to f I &o.
TUE BEST (0 ccnl COESET IN THE
THE BEST II 00 CUHSET EVER
; fcUlETINO aa4
r.lcn end Coys' 7car
: y jf ;r; $ ;;: ;-:J;.'.f---;-
tlctth Cere Una Caret
mcrca end Ucrccya
8eU ky gee tarraasea aav til Ct'
tst eiaaUtf aa4 txammj U
, alsen IsasaaOUe ta
, . n jaefsaaai . . ,.
tasa tm y.e mt a emu. 1 im ii iiiiil.
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