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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY. APIUL. 8, ISS3.
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AH'communications on busincs must
tie a' 1 1 ress'od to Til E W ILMINGTOK
I'u.-r, Wilmington, N. Cr'
. LtirllTmarck is sixty -eight year,
ol'i'Kt' Ve know hundred Americana
btH'. r nun than Jjisittarclc who are
! nixii -eilit, and it is not telegraphed
' MV'r the country.'. '-.' : ' -
-" 'resident Chester A. Arthur, Becre-la-y
of ihe Navy William ii Chandler,
' atiil the' Vrc-iiJent'rt private secretary
-jtjwued through hi city Thursday night
tut their way to Florid y. They ar
rived . ht'cc at 10.55 m.,and only re
ui:iiiiid at the dejpot long enough to
'"c'iia'-jrtt -'trucks 'under their palace car.
Wo are iuVorraed that tho party seemed
tu iuj'y ihcHirtelvft: cxccecdingly, and
vyiU ri in iiii in ' "FUrid lor about two
i Hks. ..There wou'd have been a Urge
. party at, tho depot lo.welc uin the dis
flli'ltl travelers, but the iutima
l'itiji ilij'. papers i.htt the Prident re-
L ally iir.Hir-.ni- to make a guiet trip for.
.ri"ii, airdil not desire any demdnstra-ti-nH,
rcyeiite l our people from going
to ll;r depot.
i Itoilcr Explosion Two
Jli-ii li i II1 aiil .Several Icr-
- (iis iYOiinlcl.
: . Ni.h: I'.kkm:, N. C, April G. A
": b r!ei 'attaelivd loan engine of sevcnity-iivi-
'I.H'-i-pt.wtr exploded in the lac
' j.try ol ( Jt-o, I'iliop, at this p tee last
A v!i ir nt liiigii.viT Aliram Brown, and
iiriin.iii Frank ' lOitfielt were, la lied,
''in- iirii-.!. iif Jacob Wood,, uno hun
iln .l y.mU distant, was destroyed, and
. AIi.h VVuotl wax, t i'a'bi-lievcd, fatally
injured. Two employes in the fietory,
nauie I I hiiigaoaiid Suub, wore hurt
- . l,iy il . iii , li ioH.. Hall of the . factor f
v. ilv uciliJu (I .tin I all' the lunno i in
tnc vi i"1 wore more or lest damaged
! i f i' i l aril lit agriculture met
i'fi li fi i--ti, o-.i W-lut'sJay
: U;';j. t iitati'. e V-ox -. and wife, has
gon i u Ktij-iH'r-tur the summer.
; j KciM-ral Torn Tuumb and -wie, ar-rjw-vl
i o ( harlott'o on Tliurnday Jant.
'he Kites Ob'tarer says work will com
' Jin-nee tiiU! month on the Governors
nansioii. -: v "
A ll.ipiist.cojifercuce lias been called
to j.nwt at' -Durham, N. C, the 1.8th of
y A i i i t nt-m.
lii-v. Cl .M;- l'Hy no was called to
Wi!ns: a l.n' .wif k t eo I1T.1 child, who
luu UV:i f ory wick.
'Mxi r1. V. S nith, a! brother of Col.
' W- A. Miuiili, di-d at his home in John-.
.s mi '.unity, a -fi'W days "ag. y
H e s!a cv aiiln the North Carolina
i ul Atrial . Asaociation, to hold its ex
hib li litH to tho aaiouut of $500.
ti. yiVT. Wassoni of tioldsboro,
y.uvHmit p.'htio. and has organized a
uu.lay m;!u j!. 1'iotly good for Keorge.
VC.'.. J.:ui ,1. Long, lVt'fident of
:iniKf's.U : association, of the state,
.' 'h' I ijs.ih'rcctors.'togetlier yesterday
, a'. i:..".ri;;h. ' ' - -'.'.'-' ' ,: . : ',
Die (irnt. presbytery of the a.siciated
retoruuvl rresbyioriaa svihkI of the
south, iwa iu sovVioii last week at
Charlotte, N.. C :
l'uo state l.or-l f ari.-uiiure have
dectd.f t' ai.ik' a j'.i.l 'dMpUy.of atale
Muvs, iiw'. N,w Eagtaad me
cliauu'H uir. 1 ". ' "
'-'At tlu- Lint term of the HUeri(r court
ot .Uu'y county, a ruo bill was fouu-l
asii -it . Dr. A. Anderson, for the
wurdexl of young Charlie Coxx Tht
prt-Hnur who was at, large lot mediately
urrtud; d himself, tued out a 'writ of
haWa corpus before-Judge thipp and
, was retL-assd on a bit of $10,000.
Lei jiu;ict b don,. The upertor
cvuut v f I UUfax decided last week that
. J- II. llirms'i was rntiilel to the of
Uv 0 Of Ui.;str of Ieedv .At the last
c:cc ;': of Halifax Mr. lt,ariuan waa
rlectel and bccauio he had been.
Uatdiug u olhc -hr Washtogtoa the
i)".aty tMtumitsiducr dcclarevl that he
s tot "a ciua.Mt of the .state, thfre-
. tbey rc'asl tu qualify htm. We
nsuiuUtt Mr. II. ou at tsi gHUnc
juiUc. j, j . - i ; ; -
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.. Johu i l.r-ejr rortcluJed hU direct
tfslitn.iuy hi the csvr Uu'. tiial with
the bruad daial wf cttt hating vaid
any moury fc any otcsr of the fr)T-
MY YEARS. .
my i. c. tosa, . D.
Some were like rare and costly pearls
That, dropped Into the Bea, ,
Back slowly many lathonis down,
And come no more to me.
And seme were like light-footed winds,
That have no thought or care, '
And, danclnz on, am track lets leave
Upon the yielding air.
And Rome were like the golden grain,
Ah, would that they were more !
That, fallen into melle w ground,
Rise fairer lhan before.
The traceless winds and scattered pearls
Kemembered oft with tears.
And here and there a fruitful grain
Such are my vanished years, iSru. v ;
Ex-Senator Tiiurman, of Ohio, ha
broken one of hi arms by a fall.y
Carter Harrison has just been re
elected Maynr'of Chicago I linois. r
The cashier in the New York Cus
tom House had $9,000 stolen from him
Peter Cooper, of New York, who had
a world wide reputation for his chari
ties died last week in his 031 year
U. 8. Judge Walter -S. Greshona, of
Indiana, has been appointed p s mas
ter general, in place of Timothy O.
Queen Victoria is not impoving;
there' is evidently great danger, and
and her physician ""see it. We should
not be surpris-id to hear "of her daath
at any moment.
The new Democratic mayor of Cin
cinnati triea, the morning after the
election, o shoot a Democra ic friend.
Both were drunk. Such i Democracy
out west, wo suppose; won'J, the Star
tell somelhiug of the demoralizitton of
Democrats north. -
To The t:ily Subscriber
Don't fail to have your money ready
for Iliall call on you at once for the
money you ;re dt'iaf lor the Tost.
I'itO V 1 1) EN i K - B It A N T . J R .
was in session the
There has beert coiisUlerable
freshet in the Cape Fesr river.
,Mr, J. j. Holmes, who has been very
sick, in out. again. i
HherilT .Manning denies the charge
that ho warned a "male" for Lin "Gou-
Joseph Beno lias resigned the presi
dency of the Southern Ore Company In
vCol. f5. L, Fremont, haw been elected
City ,t?urveyor; the city is to be con
gratulated oh the fact, "
The Board of Aldermeh, will elect
Mr. Savage's successor, as City Clerk
Vand Treasurer, uext Wednesday.
. Mr. Thomas E. Gilmaij, attorney at
law, Jacksonville, N. U , was in j the
city, attending the Criminal Court the
past week. ;
Ilitthof Payne. '
. Vc learn Vhat Bishop D. A. l'ayue,
of the A. "M. E., Church, will preach
at St. Stephen's A. M. E. ChurcH U
day (Sunday.) afc 11 o'clock. ' !
Mr Henry Sayage, who has been
City Clerk aud Treasurer, far six years
past and just re-elected for another
term of two years, has resigned that
oflica to takjj effect March 15;h, neit
O, Itsteu to the yiorklns Birtlin,
The Mocking, and other bird, that'
our woods abound ao plentifully of,
have commenced singiug to the great
delight df the ladies and little ones,
w Saw aud riautug Mlllj
Mr. J' W. Taylor's new steam- saw
aud planing milt,3- erected upon the
ite of the ouo burned c-n the right; of
the 2Gth of December last, commenced
on Monday aud is now in full blast.
The mill has been enlarged and equip
ped with machinery of the latest pat
tern. ; '.J
' . larked Vp. ' --.'
Obediah Jenkins, a poor, unfortu
nate fellow, and an old offender of the
law vfas eecotted to the station house
by officers Gaflbrd, Howlaod and Hays,
yesterday afternoon. Same old charge
drunk. We sympathix with him;
but rfon't think, from the number jef
policeman' who had charge of bin,
Mayor Hall will have mach mercy. !
A dwelling on Fourtm street, between
Brunswick andt IUadeo, wa brgla
riouaW nteredflaat Thureday autht,
aasi a .room orurded by two yueg
men raided. - The thief only took arti
clr froat ooe'of th above fan mea,
leaving the other to r ecot fire. The
articles stolen wre a valuabW. wale
( and about $1 W U nooty.
. Messrs. J. H. McGarity & Co., made
an assignment on- last Thursday, to Mr.
Gfi WLiuder, xf their stock of groce
ries, &c. No preferred creditors. .
Col. C. S.tiraUlin. !
The aoove.nreatioued geutlemau has
j ust returned from a trip to Florida'
lie seems impressed with its desirability
as a sojourning place in winter. He
gives an interesting; account of the
scones on the fcf t. John's river, of the
numerous boats, many of them floating
f palaces, which ply its waterfphci-
pally between Pabitka and Jacksonville.'----
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A fire occurred early yesterday nxorn
iDg which destroyed two frame dwell
ings on Fifth between Brunswick and.
Bladen streets,, one of which was jwned
by a Mr. fcilyey who is employed at
Mr. Taylor's mill. Both houses were
unoccupied, and we understand the one
owned by Mr. Silvey caught from the
one adjoining. Cause of fire unknown,
arjdiveyere unable' to learn if there
J-was any insurance.
AtosauU witn a Ieatlly Weapon.
Mary Jones, 'Jiad a hearing belore
Justice jMcQuigg, on the. charge of
assault and battery, , against Willie
Drake; a shoemaker, also on the charge
of carrying concealed weapons in the
shape of a razor. t Required to give,
bond in the sum of $100, for her ap
pearance at the next term of the Crimi
nal Court, in default of which she
went to: jail. "
4a Word to the Wise is SuIU
eient." Ye gentlemen of the police force,
privates, sergeants, and captain, who
are iu the habit of taking stimulants or
suodzing jon duty had better beware.
We Understaad there are several on the
force of that stripe, unless they have re
formed reccntiy, aud sleep more while
ofTdutyv Our friend, Cot Hall, the
mayor, siys, for the first otTence, they
will be iUsi-huryed.
The .Mineral hi jp ring.
JSuperin tcnitent " Ilaar, of the Wil
mington aiid Wrightsville turnpike in
forms lite public that" the Mineral
Spring, 'upii that road, will be put in
ord r, and tho buckets and chain, for
the c-nvi;i.iMice of paisers, bo rest'irod
later in tlie sht.son. While one of the
biickt U was undergoing repair some
rascal etole the chain. !
Tl e Wilmington, Wrightsville and
Ouslow railroad is making rapid pro
gress. E.-F; Martin, General Superin
tendent, informs us about a aozen bauds
are at work'gradin'g the street iu the
southeastern ectioa of the city. Mr.
E. E. Green, at a meeting otthe direc
tors, held March 2Gth, was elected
Treasurer, and having qualified is now
ready to receive the money frou sub
scribers to ttio capital stock. The
TreasuriT may b- found at the office of
A coiv'.re.l ! y by the name of riobt
McDutl'y. vti arrested Friday, & the
iustauce of 'one Jane Macks, ou the
charge of stealing two. pots. ' He had
been hanging around her house, and
when she went to use the utensils found
them missing. They were fouud in a
junk shop, the proprietor'of which said
that he had bought them of the boy.
McDuff was rtquire.l to give bond in
the sum of $-30 for his appearance at
the next term of the criminal court in
1 - i .
Udcfault ot which he was committed to
the. tender mercies of the jailor,
Blackman'jj Mii.lv April 5, 'S3.
Mr. EniTbr.: rieasejpu'clish the
death of Mr! Henry Dudley. He died
tho ' 231 of klarch last, very sudden.
He di J nat live fire minutes "after he
was uken. Mr. Dudley was an affec
tionate husband, .dutiful parent aud a
useful and upright citizen aud leaves a
large circle of relative and friends to
mourn their irreparable loss.
H. B. Dudley.
asoo Needed. i '
. Will you help ns; our house of wor
ship, the First Baptbtt Church, on the
corner of Fifth aad Campbell street, is
in great ueed of repairs, and we are
not able to raise .the above named
amount of money ourselves, therefore,
we come to the citiwu of Wilming
ton and commntuty at-large. Will
yvwaid us? Come to our relief and
we will ahow our ;iocere appreciation
of your free will offering by publishing
the amount you give in the Wilming
ton papers ef this city. Ue that hath
pity apn the poor, leadeth to th
Lord, and that whka he hath giren,
will he pay hin again. He that giv
eih unto the poor, shall net lack. Oar
r.tor, lleT. A. tM. Coooway, b aa-
thomed to solicit for L& Oarer,
C l. XftlL,
The funeral of Mrs. Selia WOliama,
will take place this moraine - at 9
o'clock from her residence, on Second
street; between Ann ana Nun, aud
thence to the Presbyterian Church,
and thence to Pine Forest cemetery. .
At the annual meeting of the Wil
mington Mutual Insurance Company,
held Wednesday night, the following
officers were elected foe (he ensuing
year: j "; ; ; .."' ; 1 ..V
President Wm. A.French. ?
Vice President Wm CalderJ
Secretary and Treasurer J ohn Ken t
Brown. - - -'?. ' ;. - .
Directors Win. A. Prench, R. E
Calder, John McBae, IL. VonGlahn,
H.M, Bowden, E. 8. ?Eadciiffc, D.
O'Connor, R, 13. Heide, W. P. Oldham;
J. A. Freeman, "W. Larkids and 3. JSL.
Brown. : . -t. - i-
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Bmsebitll. N -
v. The "AlertiKancr MUnus,M two'tase
ball nines composed of young Wen of
this city, played a match'game at the
Athletic Grounds Thursday last which
was declared to be the best and most
hotly i contested ever played here.
Nine innings were played, the time
consumed being one hour ond thirty
minutes, and at tha close the score 3 to
2, the "Alerts" being pronounced the
vic'ors. . I .
We understand that the "Unas," the
defeated nine, propose to challenge the
"Alerts," the victors in Thursday's
contest, to another trial of skill on the
same grounds, the match, to come off
sometime during the coming week.
Due notice will be given of the day and
hour, so that all who may desire to wit
ness this exciting game by good play
ersjnay have an opportunity.
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'Board ef Aldermen.
The Board! of Aldermen met in regu
lar Smooth ly 'session at the City Hall
Monday last. j
'The committee on Police ; Depart
ment reported the following nomina
tions for the same, and of whom were 1
Captaiu-A W Wfggs.
1st Sergeant G W W Davis,
2nd j do Bxbt Green.
3rd do RMCapps. f
rrivates-E Alleo, G W Bishop, W.
B Bowdeu, B F Bryan, D S Ber.Uer, M.
F Costiu, J F Everett, Geo W Gafford,
Lewii Gordon, R Grant, W U Griffith,
Sam'I Howland, B F Latham, T E
Mayer, M McCall, H J Mints, J M
Nelson, F T cSkipper, M E Walkef. W.
T William, H Woebse, E H'Bataou.
J. D Orrel, W K Smith, Wm Martin.
, Day Janitor J D Poisson. j
Night Janitor W W Mints.
Committee 011 Streets and Wharves
reported that they hadjnado a contract
with Messrs. Richards & Turck, and
recommend that the plan of numbering
the hduses be changed, t' as follows:
Numbers to run from 1 to 100 and
from 101 to 200. The report was re
ceive aud adopted, j
The same committee was granted
further time in reference to grading
Third street . j
On motion of Alderman DeRosset,
the resolution adopted at last meeting
reference to sign boards for streets
was repealed and the whole matter
was referred to the committee on Streets
and Wharves. j 4
A petition from citizens asking that
the dock, foot of Chesnut street, be
opened, was referred to the committee
on Streets and Wharres. " -j
Further time was granted the com.
mittee on Public Buildings in reference
to the division wall between the county
jail and city pound.; j
The committee on Fire Department
made the following report: , j
1. That the horses of the fire compa
nies be not used in the old street wac
ons which are reported to be excess
ively heavy and so badly worn out as
to be a load tot the hones without any
thing in them. Adopted. '
2. That $100 to $125 be allowed to
the Liule Giant Ca to exchange one
of their bones, which Is lame. Re
ferred to Finance committee.
S. That when Ire cosapaay hones
are worked on the streets that they re
ceive credit for the same at $LS0 per
day.' Referred to cosamUte.
A. That the dri ran of fire compaay
hones receive the saaie pay per day
that street hands receive- Raftered to
com mi l tee,
Mr. K. O. rarsaaiea declined the po
sition of Assistant Chief of Ue Fi re
Departsseat to which ae was elected.
On motion. Use etectioa of h is saccsesor
was postponed nalil next ratalar meet
iag and the saaUer reierred it the com
mittee en Fire Deparuneat.
A pe'Jtioa reUUve to the reaaoral of
the portico of Uo XatiMal Bank halkl
lag oa Front street waa referred, to
gether with Ue report of ti Calef of
Police oa the earn, to tho oomaaiUe
oa Streets a4 Wkarvesw V .;
The apexiai comrglw to coaier wSUt
the butchers relative to 'the occupancy
of the market houses, reported an agree
ment by the terms of which the butch
ers agree to occupy the public markets
on the 1st day of May, 1SS3. The re
port was received aud the committee
discharged.: . !
On motion of Aldermau Cuadbouru
the report was referred to the commit
tees, on Ordinances, on Markets and
Fes, and on Finance.1
, Aldermad Fifihblate offered a resolu
tion that the Finaaco Committee be
empowered to effect some, arrangement
with the City Clerk aad Treasurer, so
that a deputy tax collector may be ap
pointed. Jleferred to Fiaance Com
jA resolution, offered by Alderman
Fishblate, was adopted, caliiag upon
the Treasurer to furnish suteuaeuts of
the debt of the city, Appril, 1S31, and
April, 1883;' the amount ot the Sinking
Fund: what constitutes tha said fund;
if in city bond by what Authol-ity Ciey
were issued also if the chairman of the
said fund furnishes a bond, aud to what
Aldermau Dellwe nominated , for
.City Surveyor S. L Fremont, and be
was unanimously elected. , j
Dr. F. W, r:.ter- was alao ' unani
mously electea Superiuteudcut of
Health. j , .
Alderman Delloasot moved th it the
Mayor be allowed t j appoint a messen
ger lor the u-e, of the city oQicials,
A? resolutioiij was offered inat. the
City Surveybr' be itlruetei lo make
such survey) of the lroets at the city
by which th0 grades of streets may fa
A claim h-oin Geo.. Harriss & Co.,
relative -.to- jtuwage of schooner Aliee
'Heard, was! on motion, iudelinitely
The committee ou Streets and
Wharves were instructed to couferwith
the railroad authorities relative to
affording ir",per .-iccommodatiiwus for
passengers arriving and departing by
rail at the j northern er.d "of. Front
street- i ' . . j
The commt!eo oa Street's audi
Wharves were instrucu Jto Uuy two
new wagons, jsuitablo for afreet work.
Aldermen-Fishblate, Chadbouru aud
Deliosst vere apj-oinU-d a committee
to define the; duties' of the City Ajlor-
ney.'j -.. '.-... . .
Oi moiiynj tiic iitvelitig odjoumed to
Thursday ftight 'next, at 8 o'clock.
The Board bf Ald-.-rmeu .- w tjS in ad-
jourucd ges3ii4 at llii City 11 last
Thursday uigut. ?
Ou motion jsn e'ecttO!i I r standard
keeper . was-Urdercd. 5 Mr. Juj. H
Pugh was pj.i!t,i;u uonuuatio'ii aad uuaui-
mouly elected V
Contract; fr 'lvedig' and keeping
City miiit-s rtul c-rts, tyruishii.-j; drivers,
&c, was awanled to T.. J. Southerhuid,
at his bid of 4-5 i per raoiiiii for each
mule and cart!
Contract- f jr 'furni.iag dumber, for
the use of the city was awarded to North
rop & Uusutui
ig, at ?'!2.'j.j p--r .thousand
Contract,, fyr .--peciii-.
awarded to S,
G. Hall, at hisbid of'.rd7.
Contract fof fee-lin ri.risneri w
awarded to W
W. Mi-its, .t Lis hid oi
ten cents pi r
awarded to W
. M. !I iy
was ;.;('. iio-r
ized, aud- Beverly Sco:S was el.ct jd to
fill the place- V .
The resigu-ttioa t ilenry Savage,
City Clerk a nd Treasurer, was read, as
lothe lloMroU lke Mayor m l Hour !
of Alder in? n
of WUt&uvj'.m, S. C.
1 dt-Mre t tuan. you
for the honor conferred ou mj iq elect
ing me as j City Clerk an I Trexsurerj
which office I have filled -for nearly six
yearn; and alsoj, for the oaiplinifcntary
manner in which election was
made : - .- r.
Since my -'election;; however, I aaTo
made buslneis eHgagcents whicii
would prevent to? from living the da
ties of the office tat. cbw aUemijq
wkich is required, aa 1 the'efjra -I br
io lender you my resignation.
T would j bei glad if my successor
could bo elected at such a time as
would enable me to surrender the oifice
to him about the middle of the present
month. j''-'.' j
Very lespectfa'.ly, -';".-
i iiK-xnrAVA. t' -:
' ;. CityjCletk sod Treasarer.
Aklertuao! DeUwet mared that the
reaignaUoa of Mr. Savage be accepted,
to take effect April IS, and tisal Use
election to fill the vacancy be Tjtpard
atil Wednesday next, the UiU txii.
Tae moUoo was
offered bf AUassin
lowed west of N
m'.h 9lf:' xti btiween I
adopted---repflArly U -
him excepw, 1
' 1 j " ;'"r ?
the word WiesiUd by tW b4e' a
Um fjarta pr-Jr,uJ sai v th f
feaiar, wa 'strwek '-'-
k . !.'.'. . . ...
AMmnaa ikj ifc;4 ..
Oldenbuttel as assistant ; chief of the
Fire Department, and he was - elected
by acclamation. 7; i-v .;vv,' ; f ; ...
A petition from the Little Columbia
Fire company was referred to the com
mittee on Fire Department.
. The .board then adjourned ' to meet
Wednesday, April llth, at 8 p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T
, CITY OP WILMINGTON, W. O,
AprU 5th, lSt.
JSUKKEBY GIVEN THAT THE CITT
ordinanco referring to the runnlnx at large
of COVra and HO as, wiU be rlfitUy eh
force J, and when the offence appears to be
wilful that the full penalty will be exacteo'
' E.D. UVLL. ;
aprll 8 2t M7or.
K YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR
Kit lleals. Letter Ileads, Note Ileada,
i SJJand Bills,
Card?, Tags', Circulars, Prolamines,
Pimphlets, CaUloguesj PrlccJ Lists, La-
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Visiting Cartls, Wedding Cards, Blanks of
all kinds, Ac , &., A.,
routed prooipvty and; neatly. Write to
E. S. WARROCK,- -
, P. O. Box 402. -
Wilmington. N. C.
a.Uieler to Editor of this paper,
aprll 8 it
A week made at home br the in-
duKtrious. Best business now be
fore the public Capital not need
ed. We will start you. Men. women,
boy 8 And girls wanted everywhere to work
for us. Now is the time- You ean work In
pare time, or aive your whole time to the
the business. No other business will pay
you nearly as well, No one can fail to
make enormous pay, by engaging at once.
Costly outfit and terms free. Money made
fast, easily, and honorably. Address Tsua
Si Co.. AususVa.l Maive,
arrUStf .! - : ' ; . V ' ; -
Ward's White Lily Soap
H)It 1 ;
Laundry and Toit Use.
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IT VOV.-i AWAY WITH
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AN l .CON TAINS NO "KOSIN TO TURN
THE FABRIC YELLOWy
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it e vs hi: i sr.D i:itiii:k in
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It saves fuel, time and labor, and is
recommend! and endorsed by some of
tLo leailiu; Chemisti in th country.
For sale bv i .-- -V,
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'' Wholesale AcsnU.
THOS. E OILMAN,
ATTUKNEY AND' COUNSELOR
JACKSONVILLE, ON.SLOW COUN
TY, N. a
J VCTICR l. ijm wa orcsritnL
lnlo. IapUa aa4 tdr
Vrvnf At09iUtm ctv to Ue call
mil elkm. Fr 4wrl ac to
! rf um
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msc l iwa eta. c
rjiHISls to glvelnoUce that appllcaUon
wUI .be made for a new certificate of 20
shares of capital stock, of the W. W. R
R, Co standlg In the name of EUsa V.
and Kary; F. Emery, the numberof sfuue
being i.363, it having been lost thronghno
fault of of the undersigned. "
B. ku PERRY.
Executor for Trnuiiee.
Vprtll it. i
CITY OF WILMlNUTOii.N. C.
March Sth, 18S3.
rjHK CHIEF OF POLICE HAS BEEN IN
tructed to arrest all boys, white or colored,
Who may be caught osing or having In their
possession what is knewn as "Slung Snots,",
This order will be rigidly enforced.
E, D. HALL.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, COUNTY
8tJPKaiOR COCKT SPKVUa TXBH J8R3.
Francis W, Williams and Alex. O. Black.
trading under the nrza name of Williams
Black fr Co.
1 " ; . vs.
Eaward B. Dickson.
rjHI3 is an action to recover a debt due
00 account from tn defandant In ilm
filalatlOs, and a warrant of attachment has
ssned herein and It appearing to my satla
facUon that the4etendant Is a non resident
and cannot after due dlligenoe be found in
this State, and that he has property la this
state aad that a eauso of aetlou exists
against said defendant, and thia Unnrt hu
Jurisdiction thereof: . '
now mis is to command said defendant
to appear at the next term of the Superior
Court of New Hanover County, to be held
on the 13th Monday after the 1st Monday
in March l8&i, and answer or desnnr to the
complaint or Judgement will be rendered
against him according to law.
IS. VAJf AMKINUE,
Clerk of Superior Court. '
MRS. S. J. AVANT'S,
EXT door to Mr. B. ;F. Whites, on
Market Between Second and Third Streets,
Wilmington. K. C, RateaWper day, tl-w,
per week, tj.00. Meals 33 cent. '
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, NaVt
yHEflEAS, ! a Han of Incorporation
pursuant to law-has btn flll In thia
omce, of a corporation to be known as
1110 uape rear Enterprising Company"
by the subscrtbers thereof, andtt appearing;
In.l . 1 1 1 . 1 . . 1 - . . .....
for and paid in, now therefore, the persons
who have signed said Plan of Incorpora
tion are hereby notified to nwt at tha
offleeoverthe lore of IBrown, In thenty
of Wilmington. 00 Monday Aprll 'Al. l-t.
at s o'clock P. M for the porr-wc of e: rct-iagofflcc-ra
aad orgaalsing .Ddcr Mil IT an
of Incorporation on file In this nltlc,
Oiven andei'my band and seal of office
10th day of Msrrh. A. l l.t.
Oerk Superior Court and .lodge of Proal.
mar lilt s !
STATE OF JIORTU CAROLINA. NEW
Kcrpsion Oocet. Bratno Tsars l-o.
n. w. Vmabie aid M. J.V'
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nrcisso, panaera noiDg 1
basinsas under the name
and style of Venabie aPUhUff.
8. J. EtcaJeauesu
MlLSUao acUoa to rtwr a oaot dee
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oa aoen-snt frotn the tteJsndaal Us the
rkaintlO. aad a warrant oi aurhmral (uaa
laeoed berssa aad it appeartag 10 my sauta
tu juoa that the Uefeodaat U a aoa raidtt
aad aaaaotaUr do diligeaee b touad la
lata etaua. aad taat be baa prasMrty to it
taXSk, aaxt taat a nw of mmtunt taca
acalasa aMjAs4aat. aad UUa eort luaa
jnrlaxlmioai tliwauf. Cow thia Is to cu-at-
snana aaid sMeaaant xmrpmmr at hm nasi
Ursa ol UMta-rawlorCcjrartos' N-w Hvnn
Coaaly. to a taal on I ha IMtt M-a.lar
aAaw tae tat Moaaay la Marck tsa. aa4
aaawer'or dasaon to taa csasaaiaiat e
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voraiag u taw.
a. up Asst.iui. T
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saarttt e-w Haaorer Caty
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