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" YlWf -iil'if lhcl uitojjicc: at WUiiwiy
. C flxondVfat 3 fatter '
rSfrSs or ad vektising.-';
Kignt(S) liaes, onparil type, cou '
.stiuite a-jrqiuife. . : , "
" '.Fifty dents j;or line lor llic tirst in-.
1 settlor iui'l t.wenty-iive-caats per line
. each itddilioyal insei tion. . -
. All' iifverti.it rtonts' will be charged
e tlK" a!)ve rates, except on special
i The rfiibscriptiot. jri' e to Tjii: Wjl
si ikutox ToH't irt $2 (K jr yearj -six
V months 1 (f). ' -- -
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. We ivish .nr . initrons, 'e and alt,
rich n'l i-owr: i white (! ;ohrelf frU
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tr tolk a:;I Jink.
i mt rrv
'lliem .wfc'i'e'ywt to, ! 'Jvat, drink and
Le r iiit'irj May ym live long and
: P'fj & ,' c
Ilillot hrtXcu in which eat h' h-.iltot
was iWne'J around a glass cylinder by,
' mciiiiAo' a crank, which also r;inj a
'.bell and recorded 'the vote wi re u.ied
ffi the rrcect -Huston municipal elec
' jim.N. V. V"w.-.
' , What is needed in MasachuseUs" is,
. "m ingenion ;ulakV ballot boxes, but
enf'rant iiisi ng of 1 30,000 "poor white
t rash,'" who are -not allowed to get near
enough tt a voting precinct- to see the
"tyliqder'f as it turns Vby means of a
; iir;ink-" i More Jiberty and. less law as
; i . elections; is in order in the "Bay
uta'-e." lYi'nti'i'j'on Mar. - : '
t The; g;td people .c.ffMassachusetls
hi'ght f'llrtv-tlie advice of the Shir 'ami
enfranchise the "poor white trash", as
, , t'ie Sliir. im j.lx a-f :cl' to- call th;m, and
tiien JoiloWjhe stjU of the Hktr's party
Carolina, and bulldr-z V-and
aU from Vuiiii:: except '.tliose
, wh' vote to;ujt thetn. We haye yet to'
tLerUcle in tie Nur coiiilt inning
(hf ucJtuu'cf iLc J o!il.o!der at the last
' iitcclion' in !cventnig a thousand citi-
lis'' from voting, in th'iw city. iSr.
rtvirgsbuiy, ;try and get the beam cut
iif yoiirj yrn.cye'be'fore'. you attempt to
jakt? the IlK'tC out of '.he eye of. imottitr.
! 'rt",f 'Btr' uodeitakes to , give the
exj ensU of the 'Wilniiugtou Custom
' 'House t thjs . plae, and proceeds to I
publish a ; lot of figure., but does give
;b)uudcr' as tho reporter of the "Star"
is in t 1:p t iHtom House here every day
and ou':U ha?o obtained from the pay- j
io'l the xact llgures,: Ilut.'theu Jviugs-;
bury a: ay itol wnt the. truth iu this
bc i1. WH.M not have suited hi pur
' ose. The figures are at least rer
ceut too muGh, and thi, collections -wifl
run tip. to hundred thousand dollars
tb'n yeaV. j ' - ' .:- '..;,'
' t-iatTf out I ru.M Mt 1s t euks i . Wc
J ftaru Irouvrfrieud wi'itiDg us; from
lWaufort, that otir young fiend, Mr.
I Thomas, D. Duncau. and &5 iss Laura
? a e! sotivyjrjjnajxieil i d e n ce
!;6t. thp'fide's ';R.'bth T( and (bat after
the n.iur'nge Air. D. took his bride
v hsnxi Jo l:s own p'eadrrily ' located
. 1.;.; dsomcly Hi rushed residence,
i and the friends of the bt'ulat pair en
'.iy'ed a rel goo i tiue' We w ish them
a k.ng m d lappy life May tin eloud
ever cr f their j albs t make it other
.wise, : ;' , .. "'
3,1 :Ti AilyHr AUreJ, or A. '.M., of Ca'. A
f M. t.r f. iiitsht sa'v the Honerabte ex-
Jileiiiber; li Congrr!,- Al&ed'.M. Wa3
, lcl', h.is be;eu on"W vTit to Utaufoit
; ihk shoelhig. Vell, we have it,eatd
! e'slk'el ,bv all. seirts of ktime, ''uieKd-'
lti Jikcs,' er "ieHjkieg el.tr legil
,buiuvMbiit Wc co'nkst is the
1 V hptliTue we ever hcar'dit called "duck
And so Alfred attends the
af FfJttei11 d Ciinton,
u. 0:4 det r iu XMipliu aod Onow,
take a fish iu llrunswick, but when he
pets to ol i arteret he calls it duck
I'taii-g We are like h:olbf t Jocea,
itayj cjll it t-bat .-yon jleas?4kt
w tike, the old; name the best, and
houd we trtr 1.0 -out making qotet
tstaw (or the nrminatUn for ViiQ
we hal certainly not caU U duck
.rtliKitugj Alftcd my toy Sledmio,
Ati ,cJaa, MclUe, Shott, Trey,
't', w .Onslow, Richardson, Jlcie would nut far the world let vhin
t"t"Br. nor eva.i SUacKtiUM wilt
Wviwui? h, rour new faaxled
c tot tVnemaiooal honors. All
,1-h' m;n -arc candidates and all
bhacaelford, will make creditable
. (isdtdatca, fur te iVmocratlc pVfJ
: U you are ahama of twins a canai
. ; J eat, and you are calllog It duck ahoot
. , b oa "ihxi- account, we coafc you
V H -jkite . cBe "tcdetmles 'rxiUj .'left, hat
'n..VtatW ttf only cna, v
M The atat we hear f Afiy he wUl
; V d wl , t atcUoc cla with Mc-
CUamy oh old Tpail Scuad, and, h.e
r-4 rtvbabJy to fr3 litre to Meora
; teuaty W rtcrtaU Wf -ta , Ull
? M Stciaia h4t beta tje; tut,
; :aa4vit wtU p4Ul at U
:X J 1 kwP
V .iTtrjlody Ufbrtstd of yor oltp and
'Vt'ttan'.sefwiat we d ai dcklr U
W' juo. a 1 wU Ukt jur
i p ut cxr;;rz!3j it ci;Ur
ASD STILI Y.iiex COJIK.
We have receivd one hundred new
Bubscribers during the past. .week.
What 'paper is there in this ista'e that
cau litul that.. -I , '.i .';
Cape Iar and Yadkin Valley
Ilailroad." : : t-"
eiearn that the commissioaera ap
pointed by the state bave sold the road
to Dr. Caheda. and h'u backers', with
a contract thai they bhall uoish Jthe
road frum VVifniingtoM to Mouut Airy
within the ntxt three years. We are
glad to tx:r that we are ; to have an
other frui. k line west, and if the par
t ies . re a ! 1 t hey are repi escii tedT to he,
we uuty expect Wiluiihgiou jvill be
very gr ally benefitted by the sale. -
Cnnrxj Wilmington off. Aod
thje ruiirusd authorities are contempla-
running a railroad ;. acrosslroai
Vikoi9 N..C, to Florence ,8," C", leav-1
in2 vi I rn nation out in" the Cold. ! Abd 1
this is what the -Star, a nanef i.ublishcd
and supported by the merchants oi
Wilni-ngtoii4 ii pleased to caH'.tlie
"inarch of progress." This city 'can
not ctaiid many such grand marches.
We want to hold up the city, and the
way Tt do it is to guard its interests,
which " the newspapers published here
arei xpecttd to do. ' !
IIom. Iavll A. Jenkliifi in a Xew
:' This .-. ientleroan ia iu Washington,
and wti leiirn from the telegrams that
he has bee h visiting gsmbling places,
and in his vraall operations he has lost
the sum f $,000. We are very, much
surprised at this, as we never knew the
llonorable Dave was in the habit of
such questionable conduct $G,000 du
ring oue sitting Is a very handsome lit
'lle in on nt to lose, and we do not think
the gfiitkinan can stand such bands
many times; the reputation that a man
makes is toot very enviable either, aud
we should doubt , the report ii the in
formation was not direct from Mr. Jen
kins himself, by. telegraph to his bank-
'tr Ln sf mi I h novmoiit nr lh. .Kn.V. I
ryy ..v, jaQ u Whiteman, Esq, frpm MrCani
a id give it.aa an exct 8) that they were J. aJiLk - L.
- given' for a debt contracted at cards. '
High toned gentlemen, . of the - late,
bling debts as ."debts Of honor.'
M. W, Hirbu-n of Brttncwrca county,
was in the cit.vOii Weelne.sdav lait and
says thera is a Portion of Brunswick
county that has not bad a school biace
1SG1. In No- 9. Towu Creek township,
there has only been three free schools
in tweiire year?; aad a portion of lower
Northwest was annexed to his school
disiiieti?s,ar.d-they have not had the
bcutfit of a'schcol, to his know
tiace previ U3l to the fat
0 rnpljUiHbrrThe school matters are
badly niauaged, and be wishes to, live
untjil the'-- ntxt election fur the pupose
oi aiding" iu the retiring of' the present
bjurbon Democratic s.ate government,
whom he says are entirely responsible
for Oie 'tiif.f And he says there are a
very targe uumoer of others who have
been, like himself, Democrats, who will
joiu hiui in this retiriug process.
fcMr. 11 ilium has been aycry active
l)emeicrat, and laboreel for ; his party
faithfully, but he says they have be
come tent corrupt for, him or any other
liberal minded aal honest Democrat
to uipprt therefore he will ' stand, in
future by the auti-bourbons, and huu
dreds of bis neighbors will do likewise
. tj. Johnson, the able and. acvpm.
plioheel Supciiutendeut ofthe C. U.
Ivailxeiad, ia a good maa and a rpleudid
1 officirr. It is often asked what the V.
O,. stands for in hw came. We neyer
mougu Yi iwi eucmauy inicrcstru vau
analous persona, but we will now; im-
part to them a amaU piece of secret
hUtiMi ' fshnulJ ' ih.ir VbaIrm. r
pleasure call them up the C. O. Road
oa tne nigni train, we leti certain tney
Will discover the full name ot Col.
I Joht.aon to be Very Quick Johnson.
The Colonel doea not Ukt foe aayoat
j to knww hb full chmtiao name, and
1 kuaw tbal we have tokt iu therefor we
VinXn secrecy on all our reader
the headqmanera af lha titer and
wilt be rremovtd to thht tiif eooa.
V . . X mmm . -' w w - , wmw-m , - .
engineer la rt formed tety 1 fT"y
oar t tiy V.t nk he hoaoted very high-
lj by the chacre. We want Imatlir.
two, Vim ovt oa the tainted Uicoa or-
C, k A Y. V. tt. R-fDr. Caaedow of
the New Yotk aad SoatVetw lUilway
I fta Telegraph Ctaattratooa OMtraay,
become the.parthaet of the Capo,
4t aAaia'Yalky E. ft, hk
mxxtn WUiaiaitojA la la
be coaaected, at aa tatly day, al.h a
Uae of raUwiJ direct ta tit OSi liw,
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U thari-t tf tkt otk i
It tow la lit c.;;.
FROM ODH BPKriAL CORRE3
Wadesboro, N. U., Dec, 22, 1881.
The Carolina Fair was opened here
on the 20th, and, has been going oa for
the past three days, 20th, 21st and 22d.
This is the first annual fair of the as
I sociation, and the Graf ever attempted
to bj held in this Bection of North Car
olina by the colored people, but they
have astonished themselves and every
body else, in the grand .success they
nave mei wun. xne exniDiuon- naa
beei, fine and theWdancegoodot-h
withstanding the bad weather.
The first -days' proceedings were the
completion of the. arrangements, and
placing the articles in proper condition
for the exhibition. The address of wel
come was made by Rev. L. D. Twine,
of Monroe, and Rev.; E. G. Jones, of
A committee vr as. appointed, consist
ing of A WCovington, J H Holloway,
W Howard, Jno H :Whiteman, and
Eey.'G E Jones, to wait on' Judee R T
Bennett and . Hon O H Dockery, and
reauest them to address the association.
secoxd day, .' !
Trof N W Harfe oi LingtoD. df
livered the annual address, and it was
very fine, and highly spoken of by all.
Colonel C R JonesJ of the Charlotte
Observer." beine Present was called
on and addressed the people in an ex-
ceedingly appropriate" manner. One
mi,i i.M.U v Ti.mn.
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cratic party had become RepubhcanB.
Colonel 0 H. Dockery, the war horse
of the upper Cape Fear, was introduced
and Bpoke for an hour-one of the best
L j.ii- r "v Tv -
speeches of his life, and he war highly
applauded throughout. : no man stands
better with the masses of the people
than Dockery of Rockingham.
Hon R T Bennett was the orator of the
day. Fet talked to his people in that hap
py manner that only Judge Bennett can
command! ' ' ' . ;
Hon W P Canaday was next called
for, when Colonel O H Dockery arose
w ' "
day, stating that public duty required
his attention elsewhere, and tendering
to the association his congratuMions for
the success the association had met
with, and best wishes for J their futnre
prosperity. f ; j
Hon Jno II Williamson, Secretary
of the Baleigh Fair, made a splendid
Time is loo - short vto undertake to
give "you a detailed account . of the
whole fair; but I, will slate that
aispiay oi larm prouuciSjjsuerf as com
potatoes, peaX-aTsrbay, fodder, tur-
nips andcotton, as well s the live stock,
uuiscb, tuns', puerp, uuga uu uog, ayu
specimens of wood, roek and ores, were
all. very fine. ; ' i
ine ladies department was a so
praiseworthy!.' Hand-work, such as
quilts, counterpins, tidies, lamp mats
and crochet articles of aU kinds. The
cakes, bread, jellies, pickehvand sweet
meat showed fine accomplishments in
the cookery J, ine. -
Capiain Watre C. Coleman of Con-
cord, N. C, was on hand with his fine
team-tbe best in the staterand great
praise Is due to Mr Coleman for the
iuterest he takes in these associations.
"e wlterci in doing everything in ba
power to maae inem a success., ue
made 125 entries for -exhibition, aod
like his team, everything brought by
him was of the j very fiheit quality,
which would have done credit to auy
man in any state,v 1 -v ; ' :
The following gentlemen constituted
the managing committee of. the lain
l Rey G E Jones, chairman; Messrs A W
B5Hn, n vieaima, v o xwim.
L D Lewis, J S Ingram add John )I
I T will writ nam fpllv Mkneenlila
I the prixea for your next. The rosTml, ww ttari ah vithont denht
l nigniy inougDtn in urn arcuoa oi uiei
I state. Your course in fijnting tot tat
I righta of the colored peop' to hold of
j fice.aa well aa Vote will new be for
1 gottaa by the colored people of North
I . ''- . . . .
Marriage ikenaee kaned dnrinc the
Jaa. F Uari aad MUw Mary L. Wicker,
I . V P.fma mA VU Uat.liia 1SIU
liam; EandeU IVrter and M'na Dan -
w , v V . , y - i i . w i
I k . . JTimJm mt..W. 'mmu 1 Tlmm t-
Sfcnaich CalvLa ITellv aad Mka
1Ut lUaaoa: Akxaadtr 4row and
llisa Ilteter Uaas: CUi Urn Rdblaaoa
aad Mis Ilarrki Neal; Aaroa Dixoa
ilj M. WtUiaaast Lwta
aad alta lily
llantec and Mtaa
; Ex Eeaator 1 Uaaabal HamUa,
Mats, new Miaktct la 1?pia, ft
oottd am cxtdeaual to Alaao
oa th SXh. Mr. rlrcaUaa rrtotated
tual TffaU.aa4leat tow he
: CradiaktnahUja tho ai
i rtrOtatt la asiiktt co!as Xtxntl
MeetiDir on 'ChaairefiBeiiltlaiia Ik
Reference to the 'Death; of 'llni7'
:Ajoiut nteetliyrjof , thi oealbef of
the Chambw &l PQooiaerce, and-Pro-duce
Exchanee. was t 'iooma
oi tne latter t'".
ber, Mr. E. Peschao, called ieame 16
"j"1"1 bU"fS S4iir?S f
called to take, aome attipa JSyasctelBp. I
i - ti.iH1tiSrtikii:iiJ
honorary member of the Chamber.
: " - i Vl 'r't I
Mr. Alex. Sprung British Vice Con-
buI, moved that a committee ot' three
be pppointed to draft suitablfi resolu
tions, and the chair appoinied Messrs.
Alex. Sprunt. C. R'. Bobiasen ' and
Thos. Evans said com mi
The committee retired, and after a j
f TO'.y?? .WfTv "
follows: ... , H ' '1 ' -1
u.. liiL ZZi ml
TIT . rn t. : --1.S
demise, yesterdsy, ot our highly es-
teemed lellow-member and feliow-citi-
i"11' Henry Nutt, Esq., desires to pass
,l"KX7f hulhe d,.tlj.f Hen,,
Nutt w hT to monm'th Inaa of on
of the most prominent experienced,
JS1 '"neo'bersof our
(IhamhAf anH nf thia AAminnnitr whA
the peried of more than half a century,
fiaohed, That weregard the death
of Mr. Nutt as a creat loaa to our eom-
mercial intereate and public improve-
menu, in which be took the warmest
interest and peraeveringly promoted. .
Ecwtved, That whilst bowing to the
wj -ft6 Mc8t Hib w S:
cherish his memory, asone whose death
we 8ball ong deplore; .whilst) we aeek
to follow his example as a worthy, high
toned citizen and Christian gentleman.
Betohed, That his bereaved -family
have our sincere symaalby and condo
lence under this creat affliction: that a
special record of Mr. Null's death be
made by the Secretary. In our minute
book, aod tbft a copy of these coiu
tions be tent to the family.' ; h
It was further resolved that the Mem
bers of both bodies attend the funeral
in a body.
. . 'For the Pobt.
IN lIRatuitlaU "
Miss Sarah B. Hill, who) died at
Shaw University, Raleigh, N. C.t on
Ratnrctav niht. T)e. 17th. 18X1. waa a
voting l.rlT of or-at iromi Sh a.
' 0--1 . j- -i
entering upon her fourth year ia school
at.thisinstitutioitof learning ' Br dili-
eDCe ia atad. 8he had nagent as he calls upon them, and there
progress, and had exhibited such ability
.v.. . v- 4jr.: Ai i.:.
iiml ii ii i i in' i iipt lam T-rm t aur niu msia
ed to the position of assistant
teacher, aua per ciass at the spring ex-
aminatlon' gave evidence of having
hetn well tanrht. and that ah nn.
teacher, inuring the present term she
was re-appointed to her former position,
and in advition taught a, class ia in
strument;' muMe. one waa a young
lady bel t d by all her teachers and
associates ln school, and her name will
long be rrijmrmbercdL abd heir early
death mouVned, by all who knew her.
For some time before she was stricken
with .fever her health tad not been
good but it Was ho,d " that with the
return of cooler weather that she would
iinproTe Jn etrength. but rrovideuce
had orderfd otherwise. About the 20th
of NoTember she waa takon with th
aoI although at first of a mild
type, jet it finally developed ioto
typhoid tpoeuatobia. She was fully
conscious of the fatal character! of her
disease, and waa able at liars to con
vene with her friends. - It is hut jubt.
to her memory, for the writer' to bar
ta K-r mint d.irakUon.l
1 1,: tl mYX ik. vnn.
1 0( yog ladia who hare punned their
i aXndiea ' StadeT hia direction, hat ttm
i'ljl near, gtyfog tkh promU
0raui 0fmat tmlhleaie. aed if she
mA Matinnad kr alsdUa aa m nm.
WQV treclved BpOotataseai aa
Ur teacher la kre Alaa Mat-
Ia Ut pntyt r meetiag her rokt waa
I oftem fte4rj a eka liewd an
j christian life. In the U
ptary Christian We. la the lieiea of
revival the labored with treat seal, and
I . iuli i. t.i.M ui .i.
- r .tW .
Jy to ,k
I -oa WFW WWtwa M.COOl-
1 - " !nT;
I . . m. mym m
I MM WW Ml (( lUWIBtr. tM
I whUt ahe hat depaxVd tkU III.
I lota ia Wt cola, fiat aho k w hh ChrW
, -r.. utowghV Uwttacr with
ao fJ taat w a kld aw a
of I mill da taath
to ojs&n tho aSkud
Ittl kkawt dHThSf tO
aflafrilw eWa iUi
P of Ulta who doa
- j tataCy, aad Uai
I aaVmU to the
I U th!a oeU.
imU mm, iirrw,
; 1st trstafta ltcrra. -7 ta eaa,
DEC. 25;. 1881 ; '
. 4 . . ... . r- .. Tot the rosrr.-
OBITUARY., J";. ..t.
Oa Sunday morning last, the Bid Jo?
telligence of the death of' Mua Sarah
. Hill, bt this iity, was receiTedifom
Baeifh, where the deceased was attend
iog school. Miss IliU was a youDg 1-
dy of very .high standing in thiaco
otinity-Bhe - was 'the oldest of two
daughters of our friend Air. Wftlum.a
, ?, Vni-m"-ri'k i -indent
f AlNewlrJampshire Memorial Insti.
tnimie .uiuii t:u- rn nrK7k.X
77 V"J ,U , r.--
time of her death, la 'Jctoben axtr
spending ber vacation at home, she re
turned to Raleigh for the purpose of
completing her course and graduatiug
next spring, but on the 1st of December
was taken with malarial fever, of which
she died on Saturday night last at 10
o'clock. -The family arrived a iih-te,
body Sunday night at 9.55 o'clock.aad
.. ... ,u j. u
Tte funeral services
were neiu on Monday aittmoon at tne
first ejoiored lia(t:si, ciiurcn oi wbicu
Miss Hill was the orgini-t and a Sab
Sbe was a young lady of culture and
refinement and dearly beloved by all
who know her. And while we bow to
. . o
Heaven's will, and ncw that "our loss
is her gain," we feel that no other can
ever fill the now vacant place left in
ourjiearts byjTer death. ) r
Yet aaia we hope to meet thee ; .
Vheu tbe day of fife is fled,1
And in heaven we hope to greet thee- ;
I Where no farewell tear is shed.'.'
. Miss Maggie Wh item as".
Mr W. E N. Sellers is the , au-
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t7o dollars, send and take it at once
All subscribers to the Post not re
ceiving tbe same regularly, will please
report the same to Mr. W. E. N. Sellers
or at this office. :
, Subscribers who may chaog their
residences mst, in"tb.eir notice to this
paper of Buch changegive their former
as well as present address!
I in. ..Lii r Zl. .--it-.i." i.
vv nose suoscriwera wuo
b&Te JW ibeir subscription, to
3nemo rc"u' auu Imy
UJ " aim oe-ieamer. me
I is small, and every one can pay if he
I I 1.! 1 . .1 flM. ... A
k - i -
i ihe steamer J .iuibeth, the man
boat to Smithville, 'is disabled
Shout the glad tidings.
I Two more fruit schooners are on their
wa, for, 4od aw now due, at this port
There was but one interment that
of an adult in Bellevue Cemetery th a
week. ; ; . -rA:.r
... Only two interments in O-kdaVe for
the past week. bo:h of wnoiu were
adults. :fr '. . - .:' r. .. " : tv
Tbe Custom House ami l.sit:3ce
will bel closed lonmorruw n accouot u
io cur subscribe r and readers we
wish a merry : Christmas and happy
New ,Yar.: : i; ' '.:, :
" Harper Youtg lop" is full ot
Chruimas aierie, aot o l.tr ihurvu.
matter for CuKUrrii, lhw wets : - .
There were f -ur iuU-rmto; in Pite
Foteat Cemetrrv ttis
teek. two aduii
anl two ehiTdtrn
e are a try u irrti i&.i Lr: If
Of the marine bpiui 'Htrie'e in tbu
city h.s been .ica f .r Uc d,
M'..- ' -.. " -vli .
I The l. C UvVerbBQieoV tlM bad a
I fWy f06"1 ,enc put .ruod
al " WJ
-ri.- L--i-.. .w. v.- P..,
are crying iwr mare w.ur, not for Uelr
1 wahkry, bat fr their tarprsti&e rd
I tlaber raf-a.
Meaara. Bmahiul A of this city;
will accrpa oar lhaaks ' f j va!abis
conswoag . .f anu:poaibtun ' docw-
teal law anwt aahaiaatUl kiad.
MtterayUaacuck & Daggett art hat
isg their old store a Marks! strrtt
7 - 1.7
IkMM.kl. AtftfttllW ttJ MlanNkA
hand torn cat tiferca la th city.
We befw all oat frstada mill ho at
! thaa the Fait awar UeWiw lr
at tho Oty Halt oa Tday text. It
will k iha rrwxdl afiatt of th kiad
trtt M aat. as khtj daotn atas-j
, , , J
t3at xt Caataaaa Laa tT,
I awl aWaawa4 mfjlam tak
I , tm .V- t ati
tjrCoMay. ajJtla tatraox aad
I wrtj CsMf I fast attila ax
' "'The yonng men of the Front' Street
AT. E. Cburcb presented the' Ber. Mr.
Yeatea with a biidiome gold headed
cane a;iew days ago, fti k lokeft. of their
afTecfioo for bim' tbeir -oldi pastor: anef
friend :3!Wieu& fp"?-
,-,ivi r I i j'r i t .rs
1 rFrankJamea, tha eflcett health nexiTnesday; DeJmber nht aVcloek.
?fhr,f bUii,.waa1ibty,arotind ,5255
lowp on yesterday, ; delivering, prori- . dxjssu . ; '
out good. substantial (Jnnatmas dionera. I
; Cite." Sympathy. Wetender to
Hon. Orlando Habbs,c Wembef of Congress-from;
the Second District, our
heartfelt gytripathyln his sad bereave,
menf . -The W?s ot hfs Httfe son, though
only two years of age, is A severe blow,
and every father who baa- experienced
the loss of a child can truly sympathize
with Mr. Habbs and his! dear 1 lady jn
their affliction1!! ;''-"'
J" l "11 (I II..
General Allan Rutherford and lady,!
Wo.sk iiitrrnn .', arrivrnt in. ilia oil. nn
"'X? "v "Iff tfliTO.0" "treet. Best wrorkn.eu
i ri'i..y. 4tiey come or tne purpose Oi
jSpeaaipg.iuenoUGays.wun lion. JOS.
fT TVoflf ; Iha fafWai. nf Xfra T? Tt?
wisJi '.them a merry" and happy Christ-
imas ciavf .they eniov maoy more of
them. The General isdeservedly, very
popular here, and, - since he captured
one of our ; .Wilmington" ladies ( he ia
cons;dered more sq than before. - -
Messes. Williams A Murcuison.
1 It iB rumored on jour streets that there
as likely to be some important chanres I
in the firm of Meters. Williams A Mor
chison, of oor' city... These gentlemen
have been in busioeehere sinee 1866,
andt by superior manacement have a
massed very large fortuoea. We learn
the 'changes are not likely to damage
the business .interest of bur cify by
taking either of the gentlemen away
Deeds and mortgages probated .by
the proper officers during the past week:
F. H. . Darby, commissioner, deed to
h. Voller?; E. E. Burruss, deed to Isaac
Smith &. E. Burrusi deed to 8. P
Wallace; F. H. Darby, .commissioner,
deed to E. G. Barker; Charles titeward,
feed Jo R. W. Hicks; Jasper Biabee,
morteasre to HariL RaiiTSit Cn Hvtnr
Smith and wife; deed to Catharine U.
tT7.:l... CJ TT ti-- A.' ..- . ii
itru.i o. p. .vanning, oeea io Aaniey
vuoer'i p. juewis, morigag to n. v.
New Year and Christmas are always
lays of great joy to the happy and
plied. : To the ladies
.1 for a good .tock,
a fine variety, go to
we would say that
cheap goods and
Hedrick's, the veteraa dry goods dealer
of this city for your goods. At
the children' wants can bs supplied,
aad for gentlemen and boys he oCere
wtk batidkerchiefa, good hone, excellent
mjit cbMha, atd, l he largest stock of
jijeek 'wear io the; .city, f Don't forget
J . '. , - Z V-
A. w . - w vu . . . m m Arm w . mwA
ntr wnv ei mow Dire COTnierfaOCS, Or,
ril. r.ever mii,d, w. will let Col. Bed-
nek fhowjou wl at he has, and we are
iire you may, with hia 4id, make a far
more Pirorriat aelection than w
T . i . "V a W w " " a '
,wu;a ui'L'u IOI. i Ufdntlt bu a I
large s eek ti'd sella his Jroods at a
n iMticbi pfice- Our friend in the
rou n cry in i fcdcf goods would do well I
io. ml thi -t ouiera to fatin.
a nigisirate of this city, or many
ioll" iLiCi. .have Jcog teco cairyior oa
s-.tr.t vf woikiog aw ces, and then'
.u j.r.'eui;;' them Ilavit ruanera
ih tr v t p.. y, and affidavit snen,or
jilt u L.ro thev ue. to make aSdavtia.
. ' - ' L. ' -. - : :
when to fact the aBidav.l man" knows
nlthitg it tbe ce, except the in tor-
mlioa IJ BUgUtral gives
MJz t tf.e criousal court. Ilea. O
r.. baa time Wnd again' tried to
piWbut he has been' naahle to do!
; bat we casaot help Iwiieviag Ual
thrre Uwae remedy Aud we latewd ia
fJiere to tb.tli the aaatee of acacia-
trLt air "the faSdatit ' aaaa" aad
the dtftedtur. And for that rwrpeat
wf -Ntacwt aevjpwtU uflWa
trad a lie Utemwka.
; Ttee f tV.wa are ia the h4 of
;ijg aoxR4, aad if they heat of tw
Uurs qsamllrg IcaU of thtit wva
tflawtr sa aad hkoUasMakiatg
pt trtwa to rata other. A aeJa
b f f-jtlUitf tcui.tr to aawkiset
ktf oktra ever ta hw at ht yard.
a wamat It irad. tl panie are
? loU tf tl wia yoy kho
1103 hoit. Aa4 aiaa
tte tew U ; lda$t w3
fTf fT? r
ttd , f ml thi Cut tlat f4CO tah.
Ui, - t, w .Tf
a&J to fiy tao twucacnt tXtttl
lteo3. et fct weald Latw
la til tmit wLa da t t. - ..l
aiu at r, anv ot an Am.
. jyAJR rg. 1N AID OF
A -U,..- " j" .
j:MnJ5, will at the CITY
HAtK-jlbf three nJjbts, Wclantnc with
v K AS.'- LI N
UQaeriaKCr atiai 1abUlCt
Alt Orders promptly attended to.
I The finest CAJBKETS, the best WORK aud
the most LIBERAL TEBMai
Shop on Print. 1 betweeu Front aod
1 - . ! t 1 . .. t
Secemd. ''O . ! dee 23-6m .::
i'i. 1 1: f 1 1
Boot -and Shoe! Makqr.
SBttPS ON PRINCESS BET WEH Third
. Fourth, and on Frout between Mar.
l r, "r-iT1- "or"-QOBe oa norii notice.
I voniecuonery siaad attached. Call and sea
dec 2j ly
V ii CIUB ROOHS.
I s-i-V' : - f
tif AiNO-jfKIKCEJia 81'KEETS. . j.
!E STOCK OP WlNEi, LIQtJORS.
wvnviv. au porta oi impttria aod Do
m.e'uChe,e Mariolrw UarrltiKS, ,sw
Uivar Ovaiars ., Ac, cau and couvlnea
yemrMif. Renpee fully. 1 , ,
WOUIU ' r. W UUTjIAmN. Proo.
. r . T
For the Holidays.
A FULL LIN'E OF
Goods for Christmas!
' "' ! ' ' i j ' "
On baud, ecosleUac la part of
;-- -I v.- n ' .-: '
APPLES, , NOTS, t
COCOANUTd, RAISINS, CITRON,
.CURRANTS, PRUNES, &c.
S-Order early and avoid the rush and
I probability of detention.
I . I i i '. .
I ADRIAN & VOLL ER S
, -!!. - W
. f: wiIOLESALK CROCEits.
Cor. Front aad Duck 8u.
! rMUrUSALS t
IV BE-RECEIVED rQHTHKPUK
S'MmSSM J"? 10 i.ir-MHoT.
T$&Mwi I .
Ill JEW FURNITURE SfORS
Behrends & Munroe
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8. E. Cor. Ifarkrt m Hmn.i i..t.
I WILMINGTON, N. C.
... i . . .....
I IT JT5. wer Vo. lliPlr ainca o.
nT KuTVerWaM. uZnt9
- r. '"wni price. v
t l.ebvir ubjrci
AJiXOUACEMkST TO III
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WUAT I HAVE DONE AD AM
DOING JA .".
EE CCRTiriCATEN JIELOtr.
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