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vance lor it.
( find it ho hard to
t illrct hack HuhHCriptions that we are
oiiM-t-UiHl to 1'oilJ
w tho rule loug since
liiid'down by other paprrsl-fcnd only
. . I. .
U I''mfn s-r"''! muse wno
are wi'ii.'ig to pay in advauH'ir it'
.scud m your mon
and y ii can ge
(lie IMt; not ot
herwispr line tloliaa
will. paj fr Ih.t
I'r months, two
dollurttj; lor twelve months. ''No. Mess
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tlnui hi months timo received, j
nn (Tin: ii
au: u i: miiFTK
of a ritizt-H of Wil
iiiirjtt one interested in its corporate
s.-u;idnes4 and lnaterial prowperky just
at '.lfn time, is 1
HtiHids o:i the r
k that of a -'man who
vprWnk and sees the
s!ii; freighted witli all of bin property
t certain and irrcUievable dis
he power to arrest her
lernon who . htands at
ti e fin ineiiil liblni, a'though a good
rfiyinafi t in Ids way, having ;no interest
IVeight'Hii have little
ilestiiiatioti or the sue-
3 . -- .
inr vuiiifi in
ct s-tltil tt rin'mat
ton of the voyage, while
(ha oilicprs, unmindful; of : ihe
lac'i h.it the ve.4scl is rs iddly EettuV" in
a itirii-iit when Irettirn to hinootli water
Will h iiuii03siu!. sooiid their lime
1 leo li: : and fattening. on the good things
that me from the galby.' Notwuh
.H'.anttiug ihe fact iliat the' Vessel lifts
long iit l on boir l enough to render-it'
exlietueiif doubtful whether siie could
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makt:i tiij, (he olhcers stop to lake
mi a Oiiup'c of mart-et houses and water
vvurk-i, besides the ioeuinbrauce of well
d.-i-nothi.ig ollicers. The !eaks
1 .- 1
);K!opvd. neither is auy atlen
laid to thl direction 6( this val-
lion paid to
vessel and the only spasm of
cuiiioiuy, it it J.aii he calleit such, was
' wheu llie f thcfri of this cruiser, al
.'though voting (o' increase their salares,
and lo i.vcrloii 1 the A'esel" with the
... . . ... 1
uirtiket . hou-ic, becaus. miue of them
wer interested in its being on b.ard,
were licverthelfss in favor of liglitering
Ihe 'vessel by Ihrowing overboard the
ueceakary! baggage of the sailors, which
was'lhe case wl
en these officers reduced
ilary of" 4hc policeaieu . ttuvnts a
the picture presented.
bf hard l- conviuce any
Alii? who knows
that it is a truthful pic-
iditian of the cify gov-
-ii v . -r ;
It ' jpeople are hrd to convince, let
them pov.der tlheso qucstious: Why do
we not have
- 1 .
vl expensis. ot
he usual yearly exhibit
the city? ; Why is it.lhat
e present othcers ae. iuno hurry
have been heretoforej-
I j makt a
year' or the
cvni pan jou bet wee 11 last
ast two years expenses,
years, under different
is ii? "Ah, there is the
rub.'K They will not bear comparisuo
They say the appropriations have fat
leu t short rh indeed! Quite likely.
How much take have been collected
How much ot jlhe debt or interest has
b?eu paid? Not a word put of them.
Welt, let any one take the small amount
of taxes collected, .dednct from that
the expenseof the present year, in
cludiug the interest on bonds, maikel
bou ms that dead capital, princely
salaries, txpinsf of the water worka,
etc j aid see ho w la r the city U behind?
Where is the ' boasted economy, re
trenchment atid reform? We ay thee
thingt foe. Detaocxmta, tor they hTC it
all ia their own hand- but white they
have every citiaen ls tutereated in the
proper and economical adaiaiauattoo
of affair. " J ' :'";.,-' -.-'" I ' ' '
( Oae wouldjcooclud from the alixhfi
et examination into the finances of
the city government that it was the
wont manad financial concern in the
country. . With the cityalready heavi
iy in dbt, here U a new market at
great txpecse new water works, prince
ly aalariev for cficiala who bat to do
nothing; ta lawyer kepi ia Raleigh oetar
ly the whole of this session of the leg
islature, at great expense to the tax
payers of the city, to boost ..he market
bill through the Legislature;! two-fifths
of the expense of the city hospital, a
useless affair, besides the large interest
debt always accruing from ihe bonded
indebtedness of the city. Wither are
we drifting is an inquiry indeed?.: And
all this out of a revenue from taxation
about $120,000 a year, if it was all col
lected, but it never isnot near all of it,
and out of what i collected has to
come first and foremost the annual ex
penses, this year tome sixty five orssv
enty thousand dollars, which; does not
include the interest tu be paid on a
debt ot $600,000, nor the other enor
rnous and extraordinary purchases
made br the present board, j
And why are taxes not ail 'collected?
It is charged that there is a gujod de al of
favoritism about this; that every Dutch -man,
Irishmanl Jew or otored man
that keepi any sort of an i'stab'.ishuieni,
be it ever so . ipsigniticaut, has to coma
up every month or a policeoiiiu wtll b.
sent to use-" dirt) and summ iry ven-
summ iry vet
geabe against hiin. f5u, it is
the bo ks wiH sh-w in iny a i pouiboii
blood, jso walletlj, wh'ie t.tx account
looks as if ne liad used hM vn pleas
ure -whether he paid taxes not, aticl
was not vjery frcqneuHy aflVcU;d iu that
Wiy. ',' "'. ' .; ' .''."
The whofc system of the jollfction
of taxt.-j and the aymeut (.f .theses
lare-HalaricH to do nothing otliciats, is
calculated to suggest a band nf pirates
who are content to Ijve iif; idlrt:t'5,olF
of the pit nder obtained from those wlo
do i.ot hu ve the courage or kuowlrde
to resisTtheir invaMious. A band of
pirates which havejnot the pluck to at
tack those who do uudrsfand their lit
tle game and have the resolution to re
eist it. ' . .' -..
We make uo charge of corruption
We write plainly what we think wll
be "bourn out by the. fids ; We ue
strong language the importance 'of the
subject and its urgency demand it. We
have M en Memphis surrender! her char
terto get out of ' debt; our Wtpr .tcwu
of Fayetteville in financial chaos.caused
by debt, and Wilmingtu J is on the roa 1
to SUC.D a condition. Ihe remeay 11
economy; to run the city on business
principles'"; to pay for what work is done
and ho more. Not lo run it as' a polit
ical machine, as a refuge fur party
hacks, where those who don't desire to
bullet lbs tttorma of life must, be taken
into a Hah harbor and fanned by the
cooling zephyrs of ptace and plenty a,
the expense of the euu-Uropzed and
sweating sons of Jabor, who jmanfully
battle in the strife. .i -
Democrats, if. is. in yijur uvn, hands
It is for you 16 remedy these 4vi!( a;id
give all 1 benefit of econohiy and a
business like admiuistration of muni
cioal affairs. Will you do it? We
shall s?e. . ' - :..:.kl.
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' The AiatiuiiHlj IVmI.
T.llefijre cjngreas adjournsi.il should
nroiviMi to the legislatures ol ihe several
states for ratification the fotlowiug as
an amendment to the cousrltiution of
the United .States:
1 T A Ri icix X VI.
6?tcli(N 1. Polygamy, shall: not be
nractieed within the iUuited States or
an v place nubiect to 'h ir jurisdiction;
but all childreu born of polygamous
marruires existiuii at the time of 'he
adoption, of thii article shall be legitl
Ktn iON 'J. tVuigres shall liLive 40 wer
to enforce this article by appropriate
TlTeu it might be well to providc that
uo act which is insda a cniu i three
fourths of the slates shall ever ba per
miUedjiuder iha plea olreligioui be
lief. Xt us remove. all constitutional
"cruplea from'tbe support of
and other Crimea
Many a man has read, no doubt, in a
newspaper that he hasn't paid frr and
never intends to pay - for,; of the steal
inge of Polk and Vincent, and had his
righteous soul vexed by their misdoings.
ButHhere is no scarcity of Polks and
ViucenU. Any man who contract a
debt and decline to pay it, being able
to do ao. ia aa great a acoundrel at heart
as either of these tcoandrelly treasur
ers, and only lacks the nerve or the op
portunity to operate upon just as larjre
scale. Of couree there axe aaany men,
entirely honest, who postpone too lon
the payment of their debts, and others
who, from ualoreaeen misfortunes, are
not able to meet their obligation a. Bat
there are too many people, able enoajh
to pay, bo feel, wben they have
bought a thing on credit that they have
made joei so much clear; and the devil
will roast thee people juat as sareJr as
he will Polk and Vtaceaf jtri.
The Italian f kate a ?rJtt which
rtaK "I pray that I may never be a
Birtiei Ihtt if I marry, I pray thxt I
tiay not be deceireJ. Uat lf I am de
ceived, I pray thai 1 may not know of
ik liotlflkoow oiV. I pray that I
niay be able to lank at the who
affair.- . . -)
IHj -fottrwbactiptio Wlk iVT,
f Frm the Charlotte Messenger Sep. SO, 18821
These lines are written ia memory of
the late Geo. W. Priee, Pastor of the
M. E. Church, Charlotte, N. C:
"How beautiful are the feet of them that
preach the gospel of peace and' bring glad
tidings of good things." 1
Stop-friends, for just one moment stop.
And drop one sympathizing tear, '
O'ef one .who, though in silence, sleeps, ;
Has left behind a mem'ry dear.
A spirlt'fllied with hopes of heaven, '":
Has gone to reSt-in seas of love.
To him the blessM reward is given,
' By him who rales and reigns above.
Ltoving and loved, was he below, ?
No angry thought came near his heart,
His highest aim God's love to know.
Ami to the world that love impart.
He knew no languor e'en in pain ,
He would not yield, but struggled liaro;
Trusting in God, unto the end, ;
He goc3 to reap the blest reward. -
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Now thou habt paid thy tribute with a tear.
Is o longer round his grave In sorrow stand
Lift up thy head to heaven; see him there
Willi glory crowned; he joins The angel
baud, . -" -
Around the throue of Ood, he joins the
'. choir, -. -i . '.
No thought ol 'earthly trouble or of pain.
He would not have this world or pain and
. 5a rc, ' :.!':
His spirit sev)i.s not to return a ain, ' -
All jo: all glory! blessed hope of earth
lire now enjoy s; nor could he wish for more
Shouting aloud iu songs of heavens birth
''Tls' fought, -'tis wou.aud bow the bat
. - 1". tie's oe'r. I; ! . - '
i '. . . J. N. C.
Our New .Hiniter to Mpaiu.
The nomination'-: of Gen. Foster as
niiuis:er tj Spain . is one eminently fit
to be made. ', ft is ali the more honor-
4 - .
able to bun that it was not only un
sought lor but catnejto him as a sur
prise, and will be accepted by him with
reluctance.' hi was long our minister
to Mexico, and at all times fully met
tbp5rcquireuiei'ta of that difficult mis
sion. He. returned from thereof his
own will because of a, real desXrefot
private life and freedom to engage in
private pursuits- Certain questions
penduig between thie country aud
Sjain, which required special knowl
edge and the services of one skilled iu
diplomatic work, causfd the state de
partment to desire that Gen. Foster
should reconsider his determiuatiou to
decline ofli.ee, and accordingly, upon i'bre
request of 'the President and the so
liciiatiou of the secretary of s ate, hp
will again enter thci seVvice of his gov
ernment. 1 Tnat he will be most useful
and successful in the duties of his sta
tion there need be j o doubt. l!'uA-
inijton, liejiubtican. ( 4 . .
riolK Agaiuk The I'zar-
- i .. . .
1Wnion, Feb. 26 1SS3. It is repor
ted that the anarchist documents seized
iu Ji'iisseis show that a plot has" been
oVgauiz.! to murder the Czir of Kus
ia on the occasion of his coronation
in MayV - It is rumored in Paris that
the disclosures mide in connection
with the dynamite
explosion at Gans-
borieu and the seizure of papers at
UrusseU will leadto the arrest of Louise
Michel! and scverak of her colleagues.
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.The house of an anarchist in Brussels
who e,nt-rtaiued iJjuue Michel when
shle was .there recently was Searched
yestV-iyby te j police, who seized
three tnirfts. Thej inau who was not
j-rou nded by . tbi explonion is named
Cyvoct. He is a weaver, from ifyons.
It is said! the Freush government has
demanded his extradition. Tho Brus
sels (itueffe says the majority of the
documents which have been seized in
connection with the explosion at Gaajn
hojten are written in Russian and
Italian They refer to an inUrtrartional
,l lj.r-- :-'
- I Jones, if bargUrs -should como into
your .-house," what would you do?''
"Pd d whatever they required of me.
I never had my owii way in that house
yet, and ,il is too (ale to begiu now
yes, alas! it s too lateJ- ;
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William K. SSellera is no longer city
agent of the POST.
" j To The City Subscribers
pAn't fail to have your money ready
for I shall, call on you . at once for the
money you are du 9 tor the Post.
I i JtLOY-tpl"c'B Bkyawt. Ja. .
The lady preacher, Mrs. C L,Ba
nett, an Fvangelisi of the A. M. E. Zi-
on Church , will preach at ML Olive A.
M. E. Church, corner of Second aed
Dawson streets, this day at 3 o'clock. -
' " " :-
. i raitel States Coart.
II vi5mi th had a hearing be fore U. S
Commissioner King last Tuesday 00
the charge of selling .liquor withont li
cense.. He was required to give bood
ia the sum of 1 100, for his appearance
at the next term of the U. S. District
Court. V - . I '
. lllchwagr Rehhery
j Mr. G. P. Lamb, had her pocket
book stolen from her last Thanday tasr-
der pecaliar circuaasUacea. Aa she was
pasiiag near the Xew Market boaae,
between 10 and 11 o cioc, a colored
boy ran along aide of her and ahe hti
hiss ran kU hand ia her pocket aad oa
frelinj or ker pocket-book, ahe dis-
coTered it waa gooe. The hoj oa beia-f,
accttted of the taeft raa down the alky
adjoiaUqj the market boe aad taosa
-pors-aed ae ata4e km cacafc
The following obaricta ? wake 'car
ried to the penitentiarj lasi-TaeaQae,
sentenced at thai the ; last' trm
of the Criminal Court:! " W.H. Oam- '
pell, Larceny, three yea; 'w -Jamea
Burnett, Larceny; two years; j John
McGnire, mismarking a hog, totXrjears;
Dr. J. W. Wilborn,?! falsa JiWMfoew;
five years; J. A. McKee, bMcea, six
years; Henry Nichols, Iarceay,! three
years. . - :-cr. -;: ";; '-
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I. O.I. Blsiag Xedge Ve lilt
At a recent meeting rof the benific
ial order known as the Independent
Order of Immaculatesf the following
officers were elected and; Installed; r
. W. AL P. J, Bandera. ,. , .r
C Sv J O.Hixoii. '.fV;.; . . -v. -j
V, M. Thomaa Briakley.- ' t
W. T. John HbllowaT f ',
Oa-Gilbert Williams. '
S. Robert B. Pickina,
- I. C. David Joycelin.
W. C James W, Lane. ; :: :.
W." A. P. H. C. Green. ,
C. C Aaron Kellogg.
Trustees C. R. Mallet, El vin Artis,
Henry Green. ;. . , t . K;' '';"" "
Warden William Washington. ;
An Engineer Killed
On Tuesday: last, about 2 o'cleck,
engineer Lawrence Biseett was run
oyer by an engine in the yard and was
almost instantaneously killed The
deceased was on his way to dinner from
the W- & W. R. R', shops and while
crossing the track hear the eastern end
of the passenger shed was struck by
the engine. The engiueer of the train
did not see Mr. Bissau,? and was only
aware that a tragedy had occured when
his attention was called to the cries ot
the victim. The body Was "mangled to
a considerable extent, both feet being
nearly cut off and the other parts ' of
the body bruised and mangbd. : De-j
ceased was unmarried and would have!
been twerty-six years of age in May
Died. , .
In this city, on the morning of the
2Sth,.Mr. John Carroll, aged forty six
years He was a good citizen an bonest
man, who enjoyed the respect; of all
and who had hosts of friends among
those who while making, no pretentions
to the hightoned elegancies of so called
first class society, have hearts that, pul
sate with the genuine feelings of .sym
pathy, and sorrow for a comrade and
companion.'! He was a soldier in the
federal amy and a good one, and did
bis duty as he found it, ,- A. quiet in
offensive, but courageous, man, whose
charity was only limited by his means,
and whose many acts of unostentatious
benevolence were neyer. know from
himself. May the sods rest lightly in
his grave. . " V ' - '.
Lecture In Tileston C'pper
; Room. .'"--:''';
Last Friday evening, at 8 o'cloci,
Prof. Henry E. oheppard of Charleston,
S.C., delivered an interesting lecture on
"Lanaguge," in Tileston upper Room.
There was a very large and critical au
dience assembled to hear the gentle
man, who was introduced by Col. J. G.
Burr, President nf the Hiatorital and
Scientific Society, voder, whose auspi
ces the lecture was delivered. ? The lec
turer gave a detailed account of the
linguistic changes' whiuh hare taken
place in our language from the Eliza
bethian period of English literature
to the present day . The lecturer showed
himself perfectly familiar with the
subject be discussed, and hia lecture
abounded in happy illustrations Prof.
Sheppard has identified himself with
the educational interest of the south,
and at the close of hia lecture he ex
pressed the hope that the cause might
b advanced more in bat own state.
. If Ward Se-eUatCB.
Roova Bar. Exxcutttb Com. )
Wiuuxqtos, N. CL, ilar. 1, 9X
The Republicaa votara of the First
aad Fifth wards of the city ol Wilming
ton will aaasmble oa Tuesday sight,
March 13, 1SS3, to nominate two caa
didatea In e-ich of the above wards for
The upper division of the First
Ward eillWt al 8 o'clock, at Cipt
EL Skhol'a Rocket Ora. house ia
Love's Alley. ' .'.'.
- The lower divtsioa wiU aea at 8
o'clock at Josh MearenV store, coraer
Seventh aad Red Croat atreata. '
The first divisioa of Fifth Ward at
New Market Heaar .
The s-coed ;diriala at the eogiae
house oa Xiath atreeU
Itca-iedisU'y after the aosatnstfaae
are made, the -rottn of the third divis
ioa First Ward C1 aaeet together aad
elect three precUct toanitiuais.
The rotrra of the a aad aecoad di-
nsioae oathe n&k Waid wiU
ekct three feeciact
J.IL ExaTX; Eecmtry.
"1 j ' Bad Aeeideut. ,
Intelligence has been received in this
city of a sad accident having befallen
Mr. J. W. Banting, of this place, who
is a conductor on the Savannah, Flori
da and Western railway. He was tra
der a car near Thomas vilie, Ga., adjust
ing the air brake when the train started
before he was aware of the fact, and
Crushed one of his feet so badly that it
had tot be amputated the next , day
Wednesday, As soon as he can be re
moved he will be brought to Wilming
ton among his relatives. '
Advice to Mother.
'Are you disturbed at night and bro
ken ef your rest by a sick child suffer
ing and crying with" pain of cutting
teeth?, If so, send-aiJonce and get a
bottle of Mbs. Wxj?H?!as Soothiho
SYKUP FORCuiLlEtNTE?,lailNG. Its
value is incalculable. It wirrelieve
the poor little sufferer immeons(ly.
Depend upon it, mothers,- there isiio
mistake: about it. It curesdysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, softens
the gums, reduces inflamation, and
gives tone and energy to the whole sys
tem, j Mrs. WiNSLbw'ti . SooThig
Sybup fob "Children Teeth in j is
pleasant to 'he taste, and is the pre
scription of one of the oldest and best
female physiciaus and nurses in, the
United Slates, and is for sale b all
druggists throughout the world. Price
2d cents a bottle, ly
I A !!t20.00 Biblical.
The publishers of Kallcilti's Monthly
offer twelve valuable rewards in their
Monthly for March, among which is the
We will give 20.J0 in god to the
person telling in which ; is the. longest
verse in the Bible by March 10th, IS80.
Should two or more correct answers be
received, the - reward will be divided.
Tue money will be forwarded to the
winner March 15, l&S'i; Persons trying
fur the reward must i-ead 20 cents in
silver (no postage stamps taken) with
their answer, for which they, will re
ceive the April Monthlyt a which the
name and address of the winner oi the
reward and the correct answer will be
published, and in which several more
valuable rewards will be published.
Address, ,.RiTt.EixiE Publishing,
Company, Easton, Penna. i
;! ":V. MARRIED. .
. KLKIN MOSTGOMEKY. At the r'esi
of James A. Montgomery, Esqr.. on Myrtle
Grove Sound, February 2Uth. by Rev, T. M
AmWer, Col. D.VNiEL KLEIN to MIfi
OORDEN A A" MONTGOMERY.
'JHE uaderslgucd haviug been apo:uted
Regislrara of election lor the' city ol Wil
mington, hereby give uotH-e to ll ton
earned, that there will be held a Municipal
Election for the electiou of two Alder mm
in eacb ward of the city or WIluiiDKtou, on
the Fourth Thursday iu Mrch, ( Marc'i -Jd.)
181; that the polls for mu'-I election will he
kept open on said MarcU 111, 'S;, jrom
seven o clocS A.-M.. until .sunset, at the
place? designated below, and that lUUtra
liou looks will bp kept 0W11 Iroto :o i luck
A. U.Uxiocloa V. M. oa every ily mid
dJiceMsl. ' -.oiniuiiiing witli Mo'dBj-,
March tbe 5h, lfJ. at i o'clock F, M. at Hie
"place dexicuateil hvlow:
FIRST WAR1 f PrF.lt 11 isioN.
Kegist ration at W. l. Kvau" Htore, fur
e Nixon .Street aud Ia)vc'n A. lev. vuUbg
pUc uortbcstru cvrner il Kourlli sd
Harnptt Htreetv f
FIRST WAl'Iil-ttl il lHy.
' '' 1 i t
KexUlraUon at Maiket lfvue. uortb-
eastern ?eornr ( Kourtu a.l tMinplMll
Btieeta; voting place uuc.
j f ECVNliWARU.
ReCtauraUuB at City Ha'l; voiDS pUce
TU1R1) WARD. 1
Bc---ttraiKm al Olbleta toltm bildtD(.
ooUaw-MMra coraer ElgtU aad rtinceea
Stm -rotlac place tMuac.
R(UtrUa at Ana StrtxH Kaca
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Howm, iouUi al4 of Asa -trt
Frost asd scoo4 suv-ta. voUog pUce
RS)jt-rUo at . MrkH Vkw oL-i.
--restert eeraer KilUi ad CaU au-Mta
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OFFICE TAX. COjtXECTOR,! 5
CITY OF WI
GTON, N. C,
February 26th, 1SJB.
? HEKEBT UI VEMTHATI WILL COM-
MEKCE Ue Sale of ;BealEsUU, for the
City Tax of the year 1882, on MONDAY
NEXT. MARCH 5TH;at 12 o'clock, at the
Court House door, f . '
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I . HENRY SAVAQE,
mar I j; Tax Collocter.
STATE Ot WORTH fCABOUWA. NSW
HLTKaiOK.COffBT, pFBIHQ TUX 1&3.
O.W.VcnableandMv J. . j
Hyeman, partners doing i i
bastness under the naime I
and style of Venabla AVFlalnUff.
fieyman, i . k ' ' '
aaainst i-"'"l '-' -- i . .
H. J. Eichlestten. i J i f
THIS is an action to recover a debt due
on account from; tt DetendAnt to tbe
Plaintiff, and a warrant of attachment haa
issued herein and It appearing to my satla
fa stiou that Uie Defendant ia a non resident
and cannot after due-diligence be found in
this state, and that he has property in the
state, and that a 'cause of action exists
against id defendant, and this coarthaa
jurisdiction thereof. Now this Is to com
mand natd defendant, to appear at the next
term oi the Superior yourt of New Hanover
County, to be held Jon the I3th Monday
after tbe 1st Monday in March: 1883, and
answer or demure to the eomolaint or
judgment will be rendered against him ac-
coruing 10 taw. j r
Clerk Superior Court,
mar 1 It Kew Hanover County.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA; COUNTY
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Sltkbiok Cookt JSPRINO TKBM.18S3.
Francis W. Willlami and Alex. O. Black,
trading under tbe Urm name of Williams
Black tfc Co. I I I
Edward B. Dickson.!
HI8 is an action -to recover a debt due
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accouut from' the defendant to the
plainliftts, and a warrant of attachment baa
issued herein and tt appearing to my satis
faction that thedetendant Is a non resident
and cannot after duet diligence be found In
this state, and that he has property la this
siate and that a causa of action exists
against said defendant, and thla Court baa
unsaictton tnereoi. : : i-.
Now this is to command said defendant
to appear at tbe next term of the Bu per lor
Court ol New Hanover County, to be held
on the 1-Jth Monday alter tbe 1st Monday
in MarcU 1881, and answer or deaaar to the
complaint or Judgement will be rendered
against hinraccoruing to law. ,
, S. VANAMKlHUt;
i Clerk of Superior Court.
MRS. S. h J. AVANT'S,
EXT door to; Sf r.1 B. IF. White's, on
nd and Third Streets,
Kates per day, fi ooj
1 - 1 1
per week, Meals ii cental
iub is if.
FA Y ETTK Y I LX K WtsSERVER.
OnTharsdav. February 8th. 185. the nn-
dersigned will revive tha pabllcatln of
tue r atetteviu.k ubsekvkr.
The Okskrvkk wiu baa large 28 column
weekly newspaper, and will be mailed to
subcrlier, postage-paid, at $2 per annum,
always in advance. ): It will give the news
of the day in as ample form aa itsspaee will
permit and both tegular and Occasional
correspondents wittjcontribate lettara from
toe capital ou -state? poll ilea andanalrs -
Democratic in politic, the XJaaaaVKK
will labor, first of all. to aitsare the pros
perity of the town of KayeUevtlle, to de
velop t bo. vt KKrhsiltural resources of Its
own aud the; neighboring coanUca, and to
proaiote al I that concerns the welfare ol the
people of North Carolina. if
uppoaeu ut sqcu mnovauoniton me noaeat
ways cf our fathers as. In tbe KUlse of tro-
gresx, barm society the OttaaavaR will be
loituu in lun lyrapiivny witn toenewiblngs
born of theobanredcondltlon of tbe sooth
which aouud lutfemenl or eniichunad
expertcuce find to be alaa good. I .
A to ine reiu 11. win strive 10 aeservs tbe
reputation ot the name It tabertu. -
'1 'HE nadevaigaad ba-iiag qaailded as a4
I mialstratf-lx. of Us awtata! ctf tllrm
Kaowta. oa tba Sua day of October. A. D.
i-vs. jkouea is croy giv to ail parsoaa
loaebt ad to aaAd d sr Jt. to wss m Ua-ass-
at a-aysa-Hit aad all oroas bavtag eta is
aa4Btsat4 aasaJs .; w)U r mat tba 1
payma-at oa or bsof lb TM day of Oeto
w, .v. ik, or lets .ou vtu a
ptaadad lp bar of tb-ntr tuotiv-wy.tbUHtbaay
of October A.U.IVSL llT
lU,fcl T. BCIHOF.
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COAL AND WOOD.
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THOS. E- OILMAN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
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JACKSONVILLE, ON-SLOW COUN
TY, N. O.
PRACTICES in the. courts of Carteret,
Onslow ; Duplin and Fender counties.
Prompt attention given to the collection 01
all claims. Persons desiring to purchase or
sell Unds ia either .of the above' named
counties will consult their own ' Interest
by seeing or eorrpondlng wlh me. Ad.
dress " . j .
THOMAS E. U1LMAN,
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' Attorney at Law,
novabtf 1 Jacksonvtll. N C
S. W. ODEN. .TIL
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER;
FOURTH BETWEEN BRUNSWICK ArD
Repairing done In all Branches of the Trad 9
and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1
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