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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY. APRIL. 1, !SS3.
Single Copies '5 Cents'
v.v 1 1 .iiNfrroN post
I-liiti'ifl nt I hr Posfojfice at Wiliniiirf"
N. w 'hccomlulivtg Mailer.
I', i so us (hairing ; to go West should
i :! wrlh. f!nl (!-n M. T.Xmnharn
a Mareliead, Minnesota, before making
), ilu ir minds whefc they will Wjatf.
vSi-n.i'.or Kellogg has been accused
liy ji j cr toti already uuder indicment,
j,eJ,tii)lic will distinguish between s'uch
iin iU:fq-.iitioii and,a conviction. -.-Na-fmw'l
'li'-pnhlicnii. i ' :' " , . -VY
Ami ii uv the whole ;tar route irarife
nny turn slato informer, tud all ac
0i" .-cii'-or Kiiln;. and then the pco-
pie wi'l :.tiiiit him, from the fact that
l in y know him to be an bouest mini.
.lud.-r longer, of Montana, who has
liecn .suspended by President Arthur
.r dfiink'jrjiiesH, a brother of Sena
tor out'er, of Michigan, "The bottlfl
ajIears to have b!ren playing the wild
with Michigan politicians for years
pas' J it the 'saltwater they drink
that ui;.kc.i thftia such a thirsty net?
A'riru A- (J'osrri'cr. J ' -r
Wc atf surprised at (Japlain Ashe'w
puld'nihiui; tii': iiVv:' without suiting
the (a-:t, wli ch he must know., that
fMniur-i ;-nirT-e;T nnjKH.aaaii. ti
luo pures-t. ;ri
ly .. 1 1 r that we hope" he wilii yH'do
. .. I V 1 1 1 1 r I i.w 1-a i: it) tkln liuliiia
i' 'd u' Arthur will visit the .-south'
iij it U-w '.V .Will go, H fur as Ffori-iriliii;'-,
the.-i to Atlanta, then
tljcuili '1 t(u.ir- e ! Washington."
Ciii.'i ! !'' induced In slop a day in
Viiiiiiii';''". W1m. .-ay our . .Mayor to
l n'r:ii'lii)ii' In m a formal invitation
1) do'.io. Wilmington h'a Hot been
viiiti' i liy a lVtidet ol the nation for
a !iiiii:jrt'S ycor..-'.-Nqw one is goiog to
jt ilsrta'igh, we ho'ptv $e will to"p over
to; it nvst onc '!y "' r
I iKlani that Mr. "Solicitor
ftloori- n trvii'Si to -scrapo up a- lot of
U'cSyi'tvii violations of election tjiw.-t in
iNoveinlnr last ttga.inst Ud publicans.
U'ojmvc liiui and- his. pariy hot ice that
1U lib he iris"vil 8 bring up two Demo
t-rais' Jt loro lln: U, t. Court for tvery
li. -public uuvli" is brought up by Mr,
Moore. Ii.is -done ju-t io nuke e st, aud
It, wi 1 bit made ytry infe resting to them
1ji1.iv :. v iri throtiphwith It. IKui-
, .r.. - 1 e ci-t le arreti'd bcfiire be
van.n- iu-1 ui s, rvalivo nit iiibeis if ike
lVj!i!;i'.oiv xdvisv'd against it, but
-jnnir lii- ultiu ans can go abe-d..
ri . hi ill - iisiue. ol illegal 'Demo'
J-.itie v.'t r.r, and o' lu r v io!tnrs, so
I lie iri.n..rs r;ni !.( boiiii'l over to the
fcsu.i.l uil at Halt-igh; that Judge
IJ.-lci i :;t: lr, Ifivivvv- ttu J
l,n l1t -d I :i Olpoi-b.igVll, Wi
iiaut I'll !. Ki:l Wt-nt tVv way of ad
us' i'i tii.- no'e -;lttr.
! I i'( it" his piaee .Hon'. Williinr IMt
l'vi'li-'i.' - n'l.oi die kind of inau our
net liiin, U.- Slat- brieves him 10 be
Ho ''.j. a i;oir.le!iiaii n-vor wa. and
iitwi ull be brilod or guilty of any
hjh-cu'.-. ol rascality. Ami in the scioud
plii e Hi.- ,V.t attack 01 tlio iioiihcru
, m .n . ! 1 . 1 til...l tii-rt- U an i.'tiir.ore. If
tli ' s ,:r had s il there were very many
d li .-iiiMt - ii.iI1kt;i :ikmi, coiuuionly
aUi'd.cst iVt-b:iggers, who settled here
au. r I'i - war, who had uiil3 dishonest
rouiSin i ! m wi'.U d!sho;j.rab!e na:
uvis b'-.ii. Democrats' and liepublir
i;i i)'i. would have told the trulhJ--
tin- .y.tr makes nt exceptions, atil
v..,.lT all our iioriiiorii friend;. -while."
r. kn as :it well ? is we d lha'. right
lierc in o 14 very uiidst, some of iriir
iui.1 uv.al and houoratjle citieus
V.11110 here pi : after .thr war, aud have
bet a commonly called carpet-baggers.
Mn. tJorge .. French, and his broth
en, are d ing tuoro for the bene li. of
tin' state tliau any twenty natives
h i.ii we n.w 'know., Cdo.-Kd K,"K
I'.rutk; our ppul ir p.vsih aster, is re
sjv t.d by all. A'sptaia rJ. J. lVuny
pKer, IVtx'.dent of thd Couipre
tNynpany, who tjs done t much iu
tins lute io .hm!d up. Wilmiugton. And
we CHiiil uauitt huudrvtU ol other who
u eiU4l!y as respa-tible as the ab4ve.
, .-Tiie Mc knows this, aud iu columns
air cvustauity. used u misrepresent
thfiu. . Mow. can we ?Tcr ivt to
atid up a Mate aud make it what it
; should be,!.lhe most prosperous in th
!Huth, s K-uj; aa th'u i coaiiaueo.
V War Helwreu Gov. lludlrrol
.Ua.tHnd hi Connril.
Hie Roveruor has been turning out
Uithfn oilicials for the purpose 01 pay
! is.'itieil ;Jcbta liut at last he
vttita.ttei Noah. A. lT'mpteo, tor In
-uraucij commissioner, he U the chair
- iciU'of the Democratic committee,
wUkU vaa his ouly iuatitiction, lae
c-j-.u-.4-i l rrfjd to couurm him. so uow
tine line ate drawn, and the war b-
ct'. in cojJ earoet, ad if we sre not
S weaken the Maasachuettes Vys will
I auks it lively betore U t done with.
I Vii.i. Kd. the enrineer who rive
Nf Orlei.cs 2 feer of water, has re
-gcd kit position as a member of the
.; Mitsitoinpi commiiou. We hope the
: rreide nt wilt ft?fle to accept It, Ul
county hat a riht to the terries of ao
ttatneat a ona, -
Hon. Thomas H. llerndoa. member
elect to the -48lh; "congress froai ho
.lirat district of Alabama, died on Wel
nesday last. , v. v.' : .' -i- : ' I .
Mr. David Kellett ia one of the very
Destieuowaintne ireasury ueparuneur,
and an officer that North. Carolinians
may well feel proud of. He ia vefy
popular , in Washington as well s jat
' .STATE NEWN,
liishop Lyman has planted black
walnut extensively on his plantation
near AshyUle, and expects a handsomV
proiiU , ; , j
Dr. Leach of Johuaon county, wfio
was a member of ihe confederate, coti-
fjs aud was an active member of the
ce war, died a few days ago. ' .
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ue ia i years 01 g nai oeea ait eui-
torAwe learn. aome 40 Vears. rr! : j
gencrou. it made a present to the Virr
giniaAIidland of ab.ut $2,000,00, or
np icftuwio .. w vwj.y i
released them from & solem contract,
which was equal to -a pivseut ot the
;.Th v. Allatitii!' -and North CaroUai
raiiroa-1 h4 gvoa into tneftatias or a
receiver. iVlr.JcrjjMrrSlliii. or Kaieigli
haviug hiJwrTrppmiited. hy." Judge I'hiU
r. B3tf4 iVif tid ifiat he
has beeil bttdiy treated by inn sia ; i!i
riuhist ration, which we. expect is the
A trenifrndom snow hUhtiu toik plac4
in ih nnrthoru anl western -rts o
tuia state on Monday lasL At sorn.
places the snow was .three leet doep - 'J,,: u... n ,, K ,
. ,, ,, ,. -;-u 1 - . ;i lonijrcssfuan elect-U3iueti, has been
at ileiraerion on the line of thy Gaston ... 1 -.
railroad utany houses were crushed iri invited to deliver the coufederato me
and it ia expected that many lives have! moria! address i a tins city.
been lost. No such snow storm was
overseen in the state before and we!
hope never' wil.l be again.
onus and esds.
jl'LH new postal, law allowiug two
cent postage, will go yvo eiieci, uciooer, 1
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'John lirowu, Ijueen victoria's rigtit;
tiunrf muik ami tiArvjiit li.r LHH OSL O .1
years, died on Wednesday last. .1
Mr. Stephen W. Dorsey, has finally j
taken the stand in his own b3 half as a s
witness in the star route trial, now i
going on in W ashington.
r." Emperor William, of Germany, hat
been piite "ailing" the p3st week, but
we are glad to; inform our German
Mead that the telegraph rejiorts hini
better. . '
(ur. valuable colemporary, tha lilcli-
mond Whit,-, is ; exceedingly rejoiced ;
over the disgrace of tho IJaltimore J;mTlv c,mi (1Ut) Ut cnjro, the ordi
Aiiurican. The Wkiy .. h.t.ur on i " , f ., . ' . r.
Ci'd of the United States, gave a
at bis mansion in New York on Tuesday
uight last, which is said to have cost
1150,000. This amount is rung from
the pxr toiling working men.;
..." :.x resid.oit L'oCirio Diaz, of Mexi
co, his' wile lv;o Secretaries and several
Iri'cnds. arrived i i Wa-hiujjWu last,
week. They liavo lrav-l-d over thn
north aud wett taking in the sights;
i i-... a -h,.rr .-i .hum oinrer
tlOO nri n.ruuM.(i ....... - ------ - r--. i
in ihi couiitrv they will return to Mei-
ew iorKcny a ways uas fw.u
kind it would be tmpossihl- lot
ihe dear people of Uia, .-villager to bo I
happy without euenmiL they have
a war now wnu tut- iuu mcu
.i a ,iik- wr. hoiae
they will get it. y alt raeausgivetji?
inhabita'iu of N.ivv York m"re m
and stop the bwr wagons.
Vraik Hyme, aud wife, whom, the
Irish informer, Carey, charges with
ht-inir connected with the Irish invinci-
. . . . : V. V..rV ilia
'MmA nieri c ne. Ky rue w as a rr" ted
i Paris and held for teu uays, nut
r.iirel tHat he was iu France when
Carey sai I he was in Irelaml, tnereure
re eased, 3 rs rn
ull.ifv hpr. ' She also was released,
and ioiricsl ber husbaud and come to
America, wnere, mtj mm "
glorious freedom ol our couutry. . i
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NAdiviLLn. March i3 The Senate
.,. o,lrtntvl a resolution authoru-
low Polk to pay $100,000 iu the gen-
iiebonds ofthe baTeee
.ccumulated interest thereon,
7 .Ml At'.i'U
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hich bond with lotereat snau i
,w.n ih deficit of Polk for the sum ot
$2W,000, which, "hett 1'..
ora.7ttremcntwithI.T. Polk, the at thu sama ume w,u w- -
deiuttrng sta'e treasurer. The resolu- mknner as to make lV management
tiou the-vote ou which was 25 to o pjpyUr with the patrons of the road.
ceivedaa $75,WXV .oyw v v Q? . f u Fnink W. Clarkf
SrbS wUhSS general- passenger agent of th.
7. .ks. .lf which .hall be credited line slunder the mtnagement of Ma.
li wlLmth. W.cogratulate the cooapaay
ChildreaM the balance to oe pw
current nooey or ue gf-'"'1" "
the bank-of iennessee, pro.u.Ui,
uoihios in this act shau prevent uC
prosecution of Polk
To Tkfllli Snbaerioerw
ln't tail to have your money ready
r. I shall call on tou at once for the
money S JR.
Thh townahip eouru hato o bad
muca wars uv --
IUZ. m mv -
all move in ihe new market ia it
dajt. t Thk seems the proper thiag foe
Uta io do. '
Crazy Kitty is dead.
The chicke ns in the country jhave the
Dr. S, tralchwell. wam in the ciW a
few dara ao
ue umei 01 ponce will have ooys
arrested for using slung-shota.
i.mr u . i,.
the houses In the city numbered.
Sheriff Manning has a new Gondola,
wai ue. wanw a maw.
f it. .'j .
rlhc cityjlire department, or the white
portion of it,; was out in forc8 on Wed-
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The Witumigiou.& Weldon railroad
-,-.-.v, .. ? .
. . . L . . . , , w . -
ot'iween vjraugs ana Ann aireeis openea 1
f . .i
Jud ge J j O. Met
vas In the city
way home from
Capt. Jjin M. Uobtrtson, i'resident
Gf tjle fjarf)!
iiiii Central railroad. Was in
tle city Thursday.
Sheriil" ifutton of Uladeu and Hon
Frayst-r of iVuder, were in
D. Myers, has been elected
c'jit f of-
e lire depirtmeut m place
otC&pt.ri'.'red Itobiusou,;; "
The bnicbers held a meeting on 'the
2ith and appointed a committee to
meet the bo
rd of aldermen for a con
on by the new board was
ri.re merited than that of Capt. John
1 than that of Capt. Juhr
is ageutleman and a faith
f.,i ., u:;,. ,!, ,...
J. Turner, desires -to
to build a church at New
We hope our friends will
Prli - C.
send money, to aid him, he is reliable.
Maj. .John li. Winder, the popular
general iuaii.ig;;r of the Carolina Cenl
tr.il railroad, was' iu our city scvera
days the pa-i. week, as jolly and bsppy
as ever. ! ' 1 .
"i Capt.' Ilrcck, otir Chief of I'olice has
been reelected. We congratulate Uarry.
r ' ' 'S3lWC mifefTerihg Tu
a - "' - - - -
Coluiubu-t riupi?ri-,iir couit haa beeu in
isLssion t lie .past week, tbe . oirly lm por-
iatil case wis Hie two wuit men.ior
I . - . . r
ki-Tiiug a negro. AcquUal was the
ivcrdict ol cvurse-;
Mr ." Jolj.i D.'lijllamy has bern elect
city attorney !y the boatd ol alder
itii-n. e believe tue heiection is
... .r . . , ! .;.
r- . ...
VPrv- g ,()J one. he is aL young law
yer of coergy an 1 wili perform the du
1 'u6 y. & Cjmmissioiier, E. 1J.
i. tt ;u iHki'ic the t testimony., iu the
j , ,. , ..
C ai o.iua Central railroad case.
iiusselt and Mcllae,' for the planliff,
Jjaihews, aud Davis and Stedman, for
Uie defendauU the ro id
1 Col. I.. t Joiitv.
The editor having been out of the
c ty ,or considerable Porti,.i of the time
tor tiie paai two raoutus, uis yi
i;i. d t.inoii.-e the bapnv selection, on
t Jart of ,h0 owners, of Col L. O.
y f - tfle guperiQ
tsnd-nii or tu CaroliuaCeutral rail
I roa4. Oo!. Jo ie is oaa of the most
I -f . .! . 1
I Mulir iuea m me su:e na a rinrom
lm .verieuce, one who will
y'irtoTia Djs duty by his employers, but
1 i ... ., . .n i. :. : w
UeL M ux3 a very cxcellei
, Winder, his i
chW. Two such men ss Wi
el lent assist
j jnea will makeauy rosd iopular: but
I . ...
to Voem ibe assistance oimt pnocv
i wu.Ur am! vou have a trio of.be beet
I nd most popular raiUuad men ia the
i ana tae pajrous, oa.
I curing such awe, poiue ana gw luc
lo m.uw:e ihe Carolina L'eaeral, the
lUleigh aud AagusU and the taie?ga
itiucrokr, N. C, Maah
to The Poruo I am an Elder In
J . j . m c loa Church ol North
Carolina, -d I a enga Valabg
funds to baild a church Tt Newport
J -p.. j rUdUy appl io the
pttj! ir ua a mm
. . - . k. a Lit.
f FayttetUie N. CX, as to myselC
; & J.Tt&xu.
Mr. J; W. Taylort new mill com-
meoeed work yeterday.l , .; '
The clerk of the auperiqr court pro
bated twelve deed and eix ; mortgages
the past weekvr- - vt-:" -.
The WilminKtB. m1 "0Iow
"iWe are informed by Mr. E. F. Mar-
tin, that he is prepared, to commence
work at once on the aboTe road, and
that he intend to have the can run
ning to the seashore by J0I7 1st. ! 1
Death erOwev Feanell, Sr-
This gentleman, . the 1
neii, jr., ox mis city, aiea:a- v,uome
in Sspson county on Thnrsda last,
in his 80th year; jhother good iciti
zen has pased way.
SI serine Hospital.
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On Wednesday last a'aailor arrived
at the Marine Hospital In this . city,
from Savannah, G i., and -en Tuesday
one come from Charleston, S. C. These
ersons are sent here for treatment by
Dr. Fairfax Irwin, in charge ol the ;U.
8. Marine Hospital. ' "-.' ;;
ol. E. D. Hall.
The board has elected ' this gentle
man the presiding officer of the board
and the actiug Mayor of the city We
believe Col. Hall will ' make a fair
equitable and energetic chief executive
of tbe city. He has our best wishes
for a pleasaut and succsssful adminia
tralion. ys- ' ..' -
' City Delivery.
The post office department will es
tablish a ci.y delivery for the conven
ience1 of our people very soon, and we
are happy to inform our business men
that this has been accomplished
through the efforts of Senator Ksns om,
who always has an eye to aid our peo
ple in everyr way possible. !
.;.. a ., . , j.
This is the proper season for 'our
mayor In get the city thoroughly
cleaned up, as the weather will soon
be warm and then it will hot do to
overhaul the banks of filth. Tbe
ivfayor Will have his hands full for the
next. few months, getting things iff
There are 2Q prisoners now putting
up at the Hotel de Manning, so we are
informed by chief clerk shaw: 13 for
States court, 1 for Pender county couit.
We suppose from ; Uie wayt ia patron
ized, the proprietor mast feed well,
Julius llahn made an assignment on
yesterday, Mr. J. 1. Macks, attqrney-at-
law. being ihe assijrnee. Preferred
creditors, First Nrtional Bank, $2,000.
Secn:sdi clsss of preferred creditors.
Hnr Simiwnn 2 500- Morris Bear
uenry csam pson, W,ow, aiorrw jc
& Bro $1,600: We. Goodman, fl,oUO;
r, t ..-43 nAA iH...UnJ
to go the other creditors pro rata,
A KHilor Drowned.
Jack Howard, one of the mill bauds
of. Messrs. Parsley $ Wiggins, found
the body of a sailor io the timber pen.
He at once notified his employers who
had coroner Jacobs informed of the
matter, and ah inquest was held on the
bodv Friday. It was ascertained; that
the name of the silor 'was Jack, and
he come here some weeks ago from
Charleston, The jurrj returned a ?er-
ict that he came to his death from
some cause to thsm unknowo.
"in our last we stated that Mr. 1L I.
erry. ol the Iircell House in this
city, had leased me oeasran now
Wrizhtsville Sound, right en the sea
shore coast He informs us that he is
roinff to entirely renovate, refit, add to
and make a first class eummer house
oot of it. H i located on one of the
most pleasants sites on ue coast, ootug i
. . .. -a a m I
on a point and Having a large oaa
rrowa some thirty acres for a park.
He will have 901 running w we
beach with ae Tery best boatmen in
charge, tea pin alleys, billiard rooms,
Vathiag houses, and other places 01
amusement and comfort, lie intends
to haverftshermea In hie employ, so he
can at all time give his gneafrestt
fiish, otsters crab, dams, turUes, teri -
pios c. The hotel t.jtgnt mue.
from tie Porcell House aty,
v-.y smbstanUal and pieasaat saeii
road. wLkh make the drive joat aaoot
aa hoar long. It will bo, take it aU ia
all, one of the very beat a4 noat om
venWot summer places ia m aouu.
irolM.ts tke Laarweat 1 surasier
to taso WorlsU
Hiram Sibky,oC-hotr k
Mid to be thelarcest tarmer iathe!
srarUL Ht owme more than a hita4rt4
Improved tarns. Oao in IlUseae fbe
Mriy kaova as the rsoUitmot 1-arm,-
coaulns 10,000 acre; another U Caym
ca eomatv. X. Y -L500 ca. VTu-
sa Sib-k a hwtTvt a lyrical
ton of the soil, katiag Van 1
tified with great commercial enterprises
and working harder with bis head than
with his hands. He organized and was
for over fifteen yean president of the
Western Union Telegraph company,
and also had extensive railroad inter
ests, especially in tho south. He is now
the head ol one of the largest seed
in the world. The name of
Sibley &jCj. isjulready a house
hold word iu thousands of homes, to
which Itheir farm, garden and flower
seeds ire sent each year. They not
only furnish seeds, but also 'valuable
information as to best methods of grow-
inz them. Thty pub! ishj the Farmers'
Almanac, the southern edition of which
rxoncains prizs essays ou the culture of
southern crops, alo the Farm Seeds
Manual; which gives a rare .fund of
practical information upon ail farm
crops. For these boks tho nominal
price of! ten cents each is charged
but they send ijheir Spring,-Fall and
Implement Catalogues free to all appli
cants. They are undoubtedly a good
house to deal with.
;; MARTiN In this city, ot' eoutuiuptkm
March 3t)j.U o'clock a. m. MISS l- JUORKTlI.V
MARTIN!, age .) years. Fuuvral'wRl late
place at the rcsideiicc of Mrs. Piiilri.s Mar
tin's oh Seventh hetweeu Xun uud CturcU
streets toklay at.. 11 .Vciock.'jtuenc'e to St.
Stephens Cliurch, thence to Pine Forest
f PHIS is to j;ivc uct'iee litat appMcatiou
will he loado for a iuv c rliiicite of -u
(hares ol'capital htook , ol ttic V, A; W. K.
U, Co., stamli in Ihe iouiuj .(j j:ii.u V.
Mill MaryiF. Kni'pry, tli'j nutiiOtr! of same
being 1,5'i-j it Uavir. :-.- l.-.-t through uu
fault of of
11. 'L. I'l'UKY.
Uxct-ntcr for Truustte.
aprii 1 11
MF W 1 Ij Ml XtiTO.N . N . C ,
- MAYOR'S, i FFICE.
. ' Var-li 25th,: l.S
1 . ...
trueto-J Uiarixst all boys, white or colored,
; i . . " -.
who may MS caught usinr or.ha in; iu their
possession what is known aslunsSh'oSs.?
will be li-Hly cuioree l, '
OF ALL PLANTS, FOR ALL CROPS,
FOR ALL CLIMATES.
We rf the laiyv-rt fnrmi-r, l:ferrvt M-ed arnw. L
rrn and laon-Wt m i i! U-is.1t aiiylu-ix-; li- im
live irroatoct jacilitiiv for irnln-inif lti-i.1 fc-l
All our SeerU drr letlril, lld '1UJ 111" lt MUlt Kilt.
Our Annmil Cutalo-V JVi'r Lint hhnir. Tl I K
4JRKATKMT SF.KI1 STOKK IN T11K
I world to yoi k own ikmik. It m
m (nU, tirw ml FUn.ura vanoti.i.
l 0f riowor. vM:ii-!.;. vuu-w tkc s.u, ua
PUuiU. . Scut I- Itht-. to miy a.ldiwe.
HIRAnf SIBLEY & CO. Seedsmen
arrtl ' 1
THOS. E- GILMAN,
AT TURN KV AND TOUNSELUR
JACKSON V I LLl, q.N IA v; CUUN
j TY, N. C.
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Certificate of Election.
WIliMiNUTOM, N. C,
Mareh 23d, IS&k
JV. THE UJSDERSIONED JUIX3ES,
duty qnatlfled to hold an Election for AJ
dermea for the First Ward of the City of
Wilmington, on tbe fourth Thursday of
March, 13SS. pursuant to an Act of the Gen
eral Assembly of North Carolina, entitled
"An Act to organize Government for the
a ty of Wllminston , "raUfled the sixth day
of Mareh, A. p. 1877, do hereby osxUf that
tbe following is a true and correct state
ment and return of said election; ','"" '
W. U. CIAJDBOUBN
ISH AM SWEAT
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recelvsd 421. votes.
t. . V - '.. .
received 509 votes,
V ''I. r. '.'-
received 163 votes,
received 108 votes,
received . 73 votes,
received 3 votes.
V.. W, DOIIEU
S. H. MORTON
UEO.Lu SHUTl'E ' .
Aud we do hereby declare, thai W. JH
CHADROUBN and IS HAM SWEAT, hav
ing rceeivedthe highest number, of votes
cast, are elected Aldermen of the City of
Wilmington from the FIRST. WARD,
j J. 1. ORRKt L, Registrar.
W. M. EVANS, Registrar
W. II. NASH, S. II: TERRY. M. CAR
UOI.U.J. W. KI.VO. J. W. WHITNEY, S.
A, K1CHARUSON, JESSE IVES, BOBEKT
THOMAS, inspectors of Election.
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Certificate of Election,
WILMINGTON, N. C
March 22d, 1883.
yfK 'HIE UNDERSIGNED JUDGES', j
duly qualiacd to old an i Election for A
dermen for th4 Second Ward of the City of
vyiluiiustoii, on the fourth Thursday of
March, lssj, pursuant to an Act of the Gen
eral Assembly of North Carolina, entitled
"An Act to orgunkc a Government for the
City of Wilmington," ratified the .'Sixth day
of Man h, A. D. fS77; do hereby certify that
the following Is a trae and correct stale-
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merit huu return of said election:
UABH1EL, J. HONEY recel ved.25 1 voles.
KDWAUD 1. 1IAL.L received votes;
Scattering, , :';;:. :.., :'.-'-!' .-l w
J.lloSEY aud I'D WARD D. HALL' ha v
iug rcceivel the highest 'number of votes
a-nil, arc tleried Aldermen of the' City of
Wilmington from the SECOND? WARD.
J. C. LUMSDEN, Registrar.
JAMES tiBURR, T. A. SHEPARD,
(KOltUK l-i, nORUEN. C. W. A V ANT, In-
siei-toi of Election,
inh Zt St
t erlitirHte of Election.
WILMINGTONr N. C
March 2SJ, 'lSM.
. r l- thk iMnvmuiMPii .iirrMlES
duly .,a.4lified to hold an Election for Al-
dermcn-lor the Third Ward ( the City of
WU,uiffJlo,..oa the ourth Thuraday of
Mar.. Pursuant to an Act of the U.n
cral Assembly of Norlh Carolina, entitled
Au Act, toorganS.e aGovernmest for the
Cilv of Wilm;ugtou." ra'.ined the sixth day
of March. .V. .D. 1-77, do hereby certify that
the loilowlc; I" a true .and correct atate-
nu ;it aua return ot said viectton:
JOHN L. I'l'DLEY received 2i$ VoV
n.lMt lu Dbait) -. tas v V
E. T. HANCOCK received 71 vote.
. received 12 vc4e.
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Aud c do bcrel-y declare IhalJOtlN L
receive J ta higher, number of voce caJL
ate elected Aldermen, of the City of WlL
mtnston from the THIR1 WARD.
' f . V' a. J:Torr, staxuirar. -.
WALKER MEAKES, J. W. FEIU'EW, Jf.
O. SAMFsiOJ., IK A. RADUWAB, lasree-
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I WILMINGTON, . C.
March 23d 18So.
Ty. THE UNDKRSXGNED JUDGES,
daiy qualified to hold an Elscllou for Al
dsraan for the urth Wan of the City oi,
.Wlrsalwgton, on the -fourth Thursday o
March, BSJ, pursuant to an Act of the Gen
sral Assembly of North Carolina, entitlsd
"An Act to orgafllze a Government for the
City of Wilmington," raUflad ths sUth day
of March, ISTT, do hersbx oertlfy that the
following is true and correct sUtemsnt
and return of said election: ? v ' " '
8. H. FISUBLATE rr received 7 vote.
WMOr DaROSSKT - - nscelvsd.217 votes,
GEO. OHADBOURN ; rveslved ITS votes.
Ai ADRIAN reoeived 1 vote.
And we do hereby declare that "WM. L'
DkROSSET and a H. FI31IBLATE, havln g
reoeived the highest number of votes cast,
are elected Aldermen of the City of Wil
mlugtou from the FOURTH WARD.
JOHN J . FOW1 JSB, Reisur.
M. S. WILLARD, J. 8 WILLIAMS,
JCHN G. NORWOOD, GEO. W. PRICE,
Jr , Inspectors Of Election. ' . i
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C'ertincate ot Election.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
'" f March SM, lssa,
yyrE, yi'HE UNDERSIGNED JUDUE?,
duly qualified to hold an Election for Al
dermen for the Fifth Ward of the City of
Wilmington, on the fouria Thursday, ol
March, 1881, pursuant to au Act of the Ueu-
eral Assembly of North CnroUaa, entitled
"An Act to organise a Government for the
City of Wilmington," ratified the sixth day
of March 4. D, 1ST7, do hereby certify U:st
the following is a true and correct state
ment and ret urn of said election; !
VALENTINE UOW$ recel ved 309 vote. .
A. B. COOK
J. D. SAMrsoN
. received '403 votes. '
received 19S voice.
, received 1 1$ vote. :
received xi vote.
And we do hereby declare that VALEN
TINE HOWE and JOHN J. UEYEU, huv-
lng received Uie highest niuahcr-uf oi
Wilmiugton from the FIFTH WAUU
. BENJ. FAUROW, ner.lrr,
A.UOE.Jk.,J. li. II AN BY. J,,l. II.
KLANDER. A. HUOUtNS. lnkecloia of
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I STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, AUNTY
I OF-ne-w ha.-nuv&iv.
ScraaioR Cocrt Bi tix Tkkm 1v;,
FrajK-t W, WlllUma and Alex. S. I!iwk.
trading under the flrn. name of W.::.am
Black de Co. t
Edward li. Dlrksou.
rjlUB Is au action to recover a debt du
on account from ins ucieuuani w iiif
filaisiUIa, and a warraal of atiarbuieni has
sued herein and ll appearing to my tii-
(kUod itaml thdfcndot ta a non reMdeol
I ajd cannot after due dUlseooe b luud in
I mi .tate, and that he has property In tbu
tU and that a cause of a arUou auW
against said defendant, and tbl Court baa ,
on -wTr or'deUiir
cowplalnt or Judement will be rendered
against aim accoruing to law.
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RS. S. J. AVANTjS,
BOarding House. V
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