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W ILM1NGTON, NOKTH CAROLINA! SUNDAY. MAY. C, ISS3.
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.utc a square. ' .
fatty cent -per . line for the'lirst in
iitowaivl 'twenty-live cents per Jjne
c.vjh al'litionaI insertion.
HI a'lvertiscments will be-jcharged
he above rates, except on special
-tracts. - -. -"
Jlcoininiinication.H on Ixusines ran.st
wMroascd to The WlLMINtnoH
,r, Wilmington, N. U., v
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IE ."-POST ANNOUNCEMENT.
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his paper will not be eul in future
ny except to ihoae who pay in ad-
ce lor it. We find it bo feard to
ct back subscriptions that we are
ijo lled to follow the rule long since
down by.other papers; to eead only
ayiug. subscribers, or to those who
willing to pay in advance or it.
I in your njony and you can; gwt
TofcT, not. otherwine. ()ne dollar
. iay ir the I'osT six; months, two
this for twelve months. No less
mi nit months time receivtd. : t
'lie president has approved ol the
I nrrvice ruh-s, adopted by the civil
icu cointmssioncrs. .
he 1' resident has . selected Doston
nnta and Chicago as tie names for
three new strel cruisers of the uavv
new dispatch bout wilt be named
le or Hiawatha.
'lie .'President has appointed Wijliam
V'oo ls, U: H." District Judge of In
to till the vacancy; caused by
rtsiiiHlion of Jiulge Ctresbam, to
pt tlui poxitiou of Postmaster
(T.tl. ' '. . '- : j - : :
I n it r rail l" IHr. Jlnrkej .
ho In im-nil of Mrs. iSarah Pamela
:key, widow oftho latoDr. A. (S,
:key, and mother of Hon. E. V. M.
i-key, member ! of congress from
ilh Carolina, wlio died at the age of
ycar to k plsca from her late resi
ikp, I'll'.) tJorcoran street, yesterday
vi;twoi. Ilev. K. 11. Whippen cou
ietl the i services in a most impress
riiHiiner. The pallbearers were H.
Juniins, Mr; H. . Mr Uaker, Mr; 11.
lennett, Dr ..I. K. Msson, (Jen. J.
'i iitenden. Mr W. P- Dunwoody,
Ifol.rt Uallach, and Mr. F. H.
v. The inlerraent was at (ilei)
'I KnUnitl AVy6iVai.- .
infant Engineer in ICdciiiM''
llarinr Krrvlcr. -
lu- attorney general lias "gfven an
lion that, the appointment, of assist
nfneers in, the revenuo marine
ice s 'vested in the -President, nnd
in S he secretary of the tressury,
thatsiich appotntiucnts are subject
Mntirmalioii by "the, senate. This
m w ill have the effect of placing
taul etigineers in the revenue ma
' service upon the same footiug as
mlssioneil officers in that service.
atcordsnce with this opinion the
M.lent has made the following p
itments: Horace CNVhitworth and
rik 15. Uaudall, first assistant engi
rs.'and DanidT. Cross, Panl 11 rues,
y McLenegau, Charles F. Nash, and
A. Jck, snrond assistant engineers.
he following are the names; of th e
vuis seleeteil by the Presideut as a
td of Vritors to the Natal Acad
thi. year: - Mr. Fldredgeji. Iap:
i ,; '.United Elates Senate, New York;
Johnxou N. Camden, United States
He, West V trjc'i n is ; . M r. A 1 frel C.
nier, 1 louse of Representatives,
ylyania; Mr. 'rhoms Uidegraff,
no -of Representatives, Iowa; ;Mr.
rr tj. Mills, House of Keprenta
,--Tesas; Kear ; Admiral John C.
t.efl. Major General Jrwin MclVw
Alt. FAlwsrd V Kinsley, West
it. X. Y.; Uv. John W. Dinamore,
)mini;iou, 111-; lleneral Anson "CI.
Vk, New Yotk; Profeaaot Oeorg
mi Uiche, Philadelphia;. lr.;S?m
Abbott Hreeo, lkwttn, Mass. -OtOl
AluMUr ANO IHsHirilSK
retary Chaudler has written a
r to Ueneral MclVjwell rrieUnj:
latter to visit tbe Academy in cvn
ion with liear Admiral Howell acd
raid V. Kinaley, btwee tht Jith
lay audthe meeting of the Iloartl
'titvrj, June 1, for lb purpoo of
rnially io.pjir8gfj rat, whether th
dal or scholar ahip adopted U too
l. aud econd, whether the diavp
during the past year haa been too
re. To e ueUoiM ttl be apeci-
callxi to the aUealioa of. the
rdof Viailon, ami the department
e the genUeJoen above narurd to
thU preliaiiaary larormal visit
rder that they , may b abl to r-
to the Beard wbea It neeta th
It of their obaervaUoM a ad tair
U. H. Circuit Court convene? in Kal
eiglr, on Monday, the first of June.
. M r. Linfee placed 88,000 shad in lie
I Ncijsc river, on Thursday, of the past
week. .- -. '
The leading: citizeus of Elizabeth
City, are erecting summer ' cottages at
Hon. 8. J;'. tJox will lecture in Uai-
eigh on the 9lh instant, and Fayette-
ville on the 18lh. ;.
A large excursion inirty have gone
from Charlotte to attend tho Baptist
covention i" Texas. -
Treasurer Worth, exchauged new
bonds for $3o0,000' old state bonds
while in New Yorkl
Trie residence of the Kev. Solomon
Pool, of Cary, N. C, was destroyed by
fire on Wednesday night last'
Mr. George K. P. Tate, of the firm
of Thos. V?. Tate & Son, died at Moun
tain Island, on Saturday lait.
Mr. J., C. Hamilton has been ap
pointed postmaster at Magnolia, N-C,
in place of Carroll, resigned.
Captain James Laughliu has bqea
appointed postmaster at Swaiisboro in
place of X A. Pitman, removed.
The citizens of Craven county are
making jfortunes truck farming, and
the peopjeof New Berne are ail happy.
Mr. John Craig, son-in-law of Hon.
D. A. Jenkins, had his leg broken by
the fall of his. horse, on the -S'.h ol
A slide ou the W N'l C- li. K., near
Swanano tunnel, on Sunday las', -prevented
the trains passing until Tues
The. westeui bound, traiu on the C.
C. railroad- waa delayed, on Sunday
last until i "p. in., by a sink in the -road J
Jack lis w ley, a coloreI man was.
commuted by the Mavr of Chariot t,
chargetl with the rape of ;j. txe vwhis
old girl, on Monday last. - --'-t
Hon. Crlamlo llubbs has very line
truck larm near New IIrne, and they
say he will make more money this year
than he received for , being congress
(real- preparations are being made
at Petersburg for thf'2id mu.si:il con:
veolion ol Virginia tnd Norih Carol -na,
which lakes plaoJ mi the Uyi of
.May." ;.-' ; . '
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Mr. PiesUni Jenkins, brotluT ol
state treasurer Jenkins, ol tl.tlou c.mii'
ty was stiuqk by a colored man, on .Sat
urday last, f ami his bkull was badly
fractured. 1 !
Walernielons are the great commer
cial commodity of . Carteret county.
Several ot the owuers of plautaliotus
along' Boguo sound are getting nch.
cultivating watrruielons. j
At liresham, N. C, on the 27ih ,Jof
Aprii, i A. Milcheli, au.ex-sto'rke-per
shot at T. W. Viuceut,; a m wi wii- is
uow a. storeieepcr;, he failed his u.trfc,
fortunately for Yincent.
Senator Yauce and 'wilt,' are. veiling.
eastem Norih Carolina, th-y were, in
Elizabeth t'lty on the 2Sih of April,
and returned to their homo hi Char:
lotle. ou Wednesday last.
A railroad froiii Ualeigli, Fayette-,
ville, Clinton and thjnce to Wilming
ton, i" the latest exciiemeui; and u tne
people will but study their interest it
will bo, contracted at oilce.
J The llaleigh AVir 06 m r is out Ue
feuditig Sam '.-Randall,'' and the .s7ur
will uow have to come, to titne, as the
OliMnrr has" madej jae very strong
points, looking ironi a I'emocraiic
stand point. '
The eilitor has just receive i the sad
intelligence of the death ol" hi agd
father, Klda John, which iKCUireI yes-
tordy morning, at hU homts near tMcr-
ling llliuois. Having-lived an exem
plait and uaeful life, we have the cou
eolation of feeiiug that, whatever the
reathiea of the luturc existence way
he will enjoy a eternity of reat aud
The recent rain did other thing be-
idea waahiug away bridge, and the
urae Yadkiu that swept the lowlanja
clean, caused a wdding auper to tura
cold and a wailiag bride to weep.
Miss KUa Me Ichor, of Albewarie, was
to have been married last Wedoadav
venioff loa young man from Pavid
on courtly, and at the apisioted hour,
the brkje tvm duly aUired, the gueu
assembled and the tapper was wailing,
but the groom came not, and after
waiting ao til a rate hour, the Rueu
dispersed' leaving the auppev onloached
and the bride in tear. It was learned
afterwards that the groom had aurted
out to b married, bat the a wol lea
Yadkia cut aim off d he weat ap
tad down iU baas in lb rain effort
to gel acroar Tka rirer enectaalty
held him ia check aad pr-mated the
weddiac froaa procwd.g. Wm
Two years ago an enthusiastic sport
ing man, of Canada, noted for his powers
of endurance iu the saddle, bet that he
cou Id ride from Quebec to Chicago and
bacK without losing a day. He accom
plis"ied the feat- A few months past
he laid a wager that he could make
the journey ou horseback from Quebec
to Patagonia, tho desolate land at the
extreme southern parjt of oouth Ameri
ca, so familiar to the school, boy. The
bet was taken 'and additions mado un
til the sum was increased to $5,000 a
side. Niiiu weeks ago the daring rider
started aud on Saturdiy ho reached
Raleigh, going due south. Bro.iz jd by
cxposuro, he wasH'ue picture of heal
thy, inanhoyd. He was verj reticent
aud only by accident was. it discovered
that he was the party i.j question- He
expects to reach Patagonia, on the
same horse be flow rides, . about Sep
temberj 18St but will have to run the
gauntlet of more wild beasts than were
ever seen iu any menagerie, as well as
crocodiles, snake cowboys, Indians
&c, besides chills aud fever, miasma,
yellowj lever, &c.i His motto he de
clares is "onward." Nciva 0 Observer.
Iull-utlejit Order ol' Iiuuinci
Wilmikgtojt, N. C, Mp.y-u, '8:3.
: EniToii'PoST: Br'o. Win. Crawford,
S. D. M., of Nashville, Teunes-ee, has
been in our city for eight or ten days,
aud has added to liueen Ester's Court
ten members aud organized au addi
tional lodge of 1 m maculates, which will
be known ia the. future as Wilmington
Siar Lodge No. IJSO. He will tutablish
savrral lodges iu this state soon, assist
ed by the S, U. I). M of Ibis city, Bro.
Johu Holloway. They will visit the
principal cities in the rtatc sooik Look
out for them.
The Imuiaccuiates pay a benefit of
not less than 1,000, nor more thatT?ha8ers lhe will cerUinly continue to
$2,000. gfueen Esther's Court pays
$1,000 each death.
Most respectfully, CAVAI,EY
S Col, A. M. Waddell- was in the city,
.the past week.
If you Want to buy a nh e farm, see
W. 1'. Caua.l.iy. , . "
r.ase ball is ail thrag lure now
as vvt-ll as elsewhere, . - '.
1 . r;p It ttt rs imist have a two cent
sUmj plated on eaca ot them, '
Mr. - tHri.iiir
died here ou Friday
. Dr. (Jiteii is Htili, ho'iiiu wita his
fiiends.- Hope he wi.l conclude tolro
in a in. "
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Total number of tltalhs, for April, in
this city was 2", IS-colored aud 7
whiles. . ''
.The Wilmington, Wrightsville aud
Onflow .' -lvai-lrord is -'-graded nearly to
the sea vhore. - :
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l'ho Ciia4iJuiy only had ontj tlay's
-session during the term of the U.
1'istiic'. Court. I .;.
We hac heard nothing 'lately .of lie
IV'Jt Ca-'weii U.tiiroad. Hop? ik '
bt'ing fhovetl through. - r
The lelltrtarrier system is working
splendidly, and bids fair to become
very popular with the t ili.eu-".
Lew i Bryant has been apptinlcd
jboaluiau at the Custom 'House, . iu
plac ol tieoijte E. lrden, resigned-
A young' roan by the name of I'lake
ahHtndttl, leaving .t lot rt utuvtlhd
"J. O. V." iu this city, a few days ago.
Mr. V i i iaiu B. of this coun
ty, died in 'his year at hit planta
tion Ajii the souud ion Thursday last.
Mr .'CM. MclVwell, placrd :h,0iH)
young shad in the CaH? Fear at Mar
kelt'Sireel dock on Tuunday .iighl last
' We .understand that arraugeuieiila
aie being jtuade lo take St uator Yaace
aud It an. S. S. Cax, down tho river
wbeu thy come, which they are ex-
pected lo do iii abvut eight or lea dayaJ
If you waul a chtap hou and fox
ae W. P. Caoday.
'h mails are nor biog ent ovrr
the Cuadbourn railroad, running frvm
Cbdlxniru atatioa on W.C- A. R.
Iv., about lo - mile- dowa towards
Conwayboiough, S. C This ia enterprise--:.
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The teumony ia lb C C 15. K.,
ca-s, of Virginia Maltew, v Oaroliaa
iCeat ral 15a'il rod Comjaay , haa beea
closed by CWbMOBr King,
and ,lae aame certified aad forwarded to
the plaialitf, the. defendant, aad to the
co4rv '. .. '.'-.
If yu waat ia keep ported,. tsa
Mad i aad pAy for copy ol the IVisr
for iha axt IS awaUa
J? 5,000 acres of pioi land,:"all ia one
body. Those who liave aach land will
pleasa communicate with-me at once,
giving full description el i&e iaame." ! ' ;
W. T.' Oakaday
; Do you want a splendid building lot?
If bo, see.W. P. Canaday., v ; . ,
Prof. Hobbs lectured at the Tileston
school hall on Friday Bigbt, to qnite a
large audience. " 'v ' ;
Rev. Dr. J. B. Taylor, left for-the
Southern Baptist Convention in TextB,
on Thursday last. vt j
The editor of the New York Observer,
Dr. Windell Prime, has been spend
ing sonic weeks at Wrightsville Sound,
fo rj his health ' rt . ' "'.."' '
Judge Yan Amring9 mbiiefLY0 w ne-ea. exceeaingiy, on me river,
Mv,fc,"av' MUA JBIV UVVU MailUL VU V f
w w "I
Heury tittlespie, postmaster at, Pa
vidson College, was arrested ia Char
lotte on Thursday, 3d inst., for shoot
ing at a woman, i
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A situation is wanted by. an experi
ienced saw-mill man. Can give the
best references. Address "K." Post
The Register of Deeds issued two
jaarrjage licenses the past week; both
For " first class ' job work Mr. E. 8
Warrock, corner Princess and Front
streets, is the equal of any in the coun
try, and excels all others in cheapness.
The old and substantial firm of Geo.
15. French & Sons, boot ar.d shoe deal -f
rs, only need to be tried and they will
give, such entire satisfaction to pur-
Dauial A. Smith, the'-Front street
furniture merchaot, is certainly enti
tled to ihe patronage of our people.
He manufactures and imports furni
ture, anil always has the very best and
pretties' Jhat can be found in any mar
To ltenl Estate O run,
1 Persous. desiring"to sell real estate in
eiither city or country, will do well to
correspond with W. P, Canaday, Wil
niiugtoij, 'N. C, who has several 'in
quires form persons who wish to buy.
I ui vernlli or North Carolina.
1 We have received from President
Battle a copy of the Catalogue of the'
tiniversKy of North Carolina for 1SS2
'S.. , The . number of matriculates is
0S, the largest number since 1861.
Of these 11 are Post Graduates. The
Law School has 21. The pamphlet is
well painted by Edwards, Broughton
& Co., and does them credit.
AX KXTEKPRISIKG COLOKED
Several of our colored citizens of
late have commenced business for them
selves, becoming tired of being depend
ents Upon others, and some of them are
showing enterprise and j ability ia
the management of their affairs'. We
are glad to note among the leaders Mr,
11. L. IIutchm; he has been for some
time engaged lathe wood and hay
tralic, and by strkt attention to busi
ntss has made a, success of it, and now
he has constructed a lighter with a
hoiie on it for the transportation of
hay. The house will protect the hay
from the weather and will prove very
beneficial to our farmers. Mr. Hutch
ins is a man of integrity and enterprise'
and we have no doubt but what he will
make a successful bosineesl mam. ' We
hope to note .other enterprise by our
coloml frieuda ta the near fhture.
Western f.C. InsaaeAy lam.
" For those ioterestedwe , clip the. ar
ticle below from tha oraa Obterrrr.
- Wc are reqaenad to aar that patients
carried to ibe Westera N. Ct Insane
Awylom at Morgaatoa, wiiaoui fivt
obtaining pemissioa from the Baper
inteodent to be carried thera, aad coat
plying with the law aad refttlaUooa,
will not be admitted. The taw reqairea
that abut .100 patieata, wh have
beret if . re beeacoafiaed ia the Ayfui
at Rlei;h, hall be the first to receive
accommoiatfoaa at Morgaatoa -Aftar
thit eumber U. provided for the' an
thoritiea of the Aaylaai at lforratoa
will use every exeUoa poaaibla to uke
as maav of the oataide laaaaa as taey
can The Saperiataadeat j aad direc
tors fympataixa ery atach wita the de
aiaad made upoa theea foe admhaita,
bat they are doioj all that ia poastbla
to do aader tht eiiBjaUacer . Bat
reatsHaber aot tv'aurt aay cmm te laa
Atylam, expecliax admtwtSow, wltboat
tni stalias tit required airaaxrmeata
wita Dr. Marphy. Ua Saeriatawdeat.
TV last iavaatka it a aaacaiaaU
play aikUao. TM ) ta attartj awfai.
We are requested to sell three thous
and dollars " worth of city bonds (the
Fiahblate bonds,) Persons desiring to
purchase will address ua through tho
postofSce. The person making the
largeut cash offer will get thsra, they
are a splendid investment.
Address . W. P. Canaday,
'.' Wilmington, N. C.
Maj. W. A. Hearne. of New Berne,
was in the city on Tuesday and Wed
nesday last, prospecting. He contem
plates putting a fine side-wheel steamer
on the river between Wilmington and
Smithville for ther summer travel. He
says the vessel will make about twelve
miles per, hour, and will accommodate
about 400 people eutirelytoiafortable;.
There can be uo doubt that such a
i t i .
;,i United ,ilale Court. ':'
The U. S. 'District Cou ri convened
here on Tuesday morning last, Uou.
A. S. Seymcmr presiding, Hon. W. ir
O'B. Robinson and Willis Uagly pros
ecuting officers, and Marshal Hill with
all of his colored deputies were on
hand keeping order and serving papers.
The court was'short, owing to the fact
the district, attorney had liis officers
ready and shoved matters through in a
business- like way Fo.- the first time
in many yars the United States is re
presented by a district attoniey who has
the business capacity aud energy to
perform the duties with satisfaction.
U. N. district l oiirl.
This tribunJ met at 10 o'clock
Tuesday morning last, His ,Honor7
Judge A. is. .Sevmour, presiding. The
following comprise Ihe Grand Jury for
the terra; J. Wilder Atkinson, foreman
Chas. H. Ganer, J. H. Price, Patrick
Donlan, C. P. ilebane, Thos. Hill, W.
I. Gore, D. II. Walker, 1. Hollings
tvortb, F. H. Mitthelt; J. A. Holt,
James Savage, C. ( Morse, G. M. Al
tBffer.Juo. L. Wesc;tt, Walter G Mac
Rae, A. J. Stanford, John FjV.tns, R.ibt
H. Brown. '
r The following cases were disposed oi:
U. H. vs. F. 1. Caj.ps, violation of
the.uiternal revenue !;tv; conliiiued
till next term for payment' of costs.
U.S." vf. Win. Mclvov, violation of
revenue' laws; defendant callt-Vt and
failed; judgment nisi-
U. S. vs. James (iohvin, violation of
revenue laws; continued until next
term for payment of cost.s.
lion of Ve veil tie laws: continued until'
next term for payment of costs.
U. S. vs. Ge. Godwin, violation til
revenue laws; rame judgment
UYS. vs. Wilson Willia'uis, tw. t-ast-s
of violation of revenue law-; no!, prts.
U. S. vs. K. J. Waikerr pc'jurv; llol
pros, with leave. ,
U.S. vs. Marshall '.J.mes, an-ini.l-ing
to pass 'counterfeit inouey; called
and failed; judgment ni-i.
U. S. vs. J.T. Brlce, perjury; called
aud failed; jiidgniein "nisi. , '
U. S.Ss. Lawrence Weat In rly, con
victed at a ftirnier term of mail robl ry,
when judgment whs Mi.-pctidcd t'poi
payment of ctmtsjaiid rtt.vt:.4 moiiey
taken from letters; having failed to
comply with .said judgment. was
brought iut-V court ..tid m atom td t.
one year's imprisonment Tai haid'L'i r.
U, S v. Hintoii '.ril-klan.l, i.n iur. ;
continued lor waut tu govt rnuient witnesses.;-
U. S. vs. Alexander B ltou, i wo-.u-t-a
of violation of .section tU.ti Reyifcxl
U.S. va- Ida Chambers and A!. Mul
ligan, retailing wilhoti. license, giiii.lv;
judgment susjeodetl on the payment
Ourt met at 10 't!.. k W"lieJay
morning and 'he fjliowiu c-es" were
U.S. va. II. Smith, retailirsg iijiitr
without a license; gm'ty; judgment
uspended on the payment -fco!s;?
U. S va, Auguiu Tboui.iu, ait a
Uesee TbompJo. robbtag the mail of
a registered letter ia the ptv'jce at
Fair Bla'; guilty,, judgment that the
deeodai be iupriaed at bard labor
for the term of o year.
U-S. vj. Sio Ad, Kii'i.5 bikcy
witbHtt a Uoeoe having Wa r.r; ub
taiaed; guiUy;.'iJiVodani ca'.rocei t';
coanaemeat for aix mouib ta lb
coaoty jail. . i
At 4 T. M. Coart jUjtHirr J fr thl
tevaa, so far as the triaJ of ax. o?a
ceraed; taere beicg .m U;:'. Wuar
fat tha Marshal ad tVri to 'llaba up
The biada w im ri mi ih t
tie auiaa f ftJeraxsjjiU." to W:.pUrel
Neadeewald, aar tte 15h.a, rt;i. a
too. ihe total aaoQt of acal j
Uw atauaa ia forty-4r Ukv
AUoraey Coeral RrewKrr l a rr--aomacad
errar, aad firva rry ckwet
imWdiaaere Ma bmmm irw.
Ctk UcPfcrca, cJ i 1!
Uiaks that Raaclall wiU W akr
DON'T FORGET IT ! ..
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ri'UE OLD KEULABL.K lOUSK OF f
Ceo. R. French & SonSi
' ON NORTH FRONT STREET, .
Keeps the Largest and . Best Stock of
Boots and Shoes
In the state. I '-
Fair dealfng with all and Belt Goods
worth tho money pail for them.: Come
and see us. , 5
GEO. 1L FRENCII & SONS.
may G tf. i .
D. A. SMITH,
MANUFlCTdRER and DEALER IN
WO. 43 NOllTU FKONT STREET.
The Latest And Handsomest Styles;
' ALWAYS ONf JIANli
ma v l oiu . !
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CITY OK-W1LM1SGTON, N. C.
MAYOU'S 0J-1-ICK, '
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. :V Way 1st, !Sft3. '
y ILLBIS KECKl VKU I STIL t O'CLOCK
V. M. 8ATUK1)AY, MA-TjoTJI, im for fur-iiisliiu-
ttio ( ity with Ei(Jht (S) new Carts,
lu t-) New Wiigous, atid 8eveu (7) Sets
fC;trt Harness. Spetlflcafious can be seen
at the Mayor s OIHce. I ;
V.. 1. HALL,
iiinyOit.' I Mayor.
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N. G. Business Directory for 1863.
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. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, NEW
' HAMOVBR COUNTY.
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Naacy Cowan a Fraucla M. Moore.'
Thomaa U. Wright and others.
JIUS action is brought by the above
Aamed PuUntifl against the above named
pendantsforjQiecooeyance to the Plain
tiff from the heira of JoshaaO. Wright, do
ceaaed. and ihe heirs of IsabeUa tsajjipaon,
deceased, of the rati estate, or tf any inter
est which they may have or claim in eer- '
tain premises situated in the City of Wil
mington, County and State above men. i
lioned,and which are described in theoom- '
plaint, and to quiet the title to the aaid
premisea. The Deieatlaata Frank 1, Young
no. hla wife Kjnma. W. Young, are hereby
notified and required to appear at the next
term ot the Superior Court, of the aaid
county ofNew Hanover, to be held at the
Cour tQonae, in the aaid City of Wilmlngtou. '
on the 13th Monday ancr the 1st Monday in
March A. li, 1883, and defend in aaid action.
jven under my hand this 21st day of April,
Clerk of Buperlor Court
aprll 22 t
ri'HE UEOuLAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the Htocaholdcra'of the CAROLINA
CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY will be
held at the Company 'a Office, iu the City
of Wilmington, ou THURSDAY, MAY
lorn; at li o'clock A. M.
J AMKS ANDEKSOiN,
. WlLBUNOTO!, N. C.
Anrll "Ikt IRu:
"OlDS will be received until May 3)th, lor
thirty thousand crons-tlc. said croas-tiea b
be seven feet long. s inches thi 3k. bsrked ,
and flatteUed With at ljo.t nina ln.-hn fu.-a '
surface, iiaid crons-tlca to be distributed
along the route between llmlngton and
Wrlglitsvlllo Souud, under the direction of
the General Superintendent.
.: Ufcti. W. ritlCK, Jr.,
ice President for Hoard of Director,
aprll 22 it,
WlL.MINt.TON, Nf. C.,
KALKli proiKwalH toj' furulsh lumber
for tba coustrnctlon of Culvt-ru, llrldpea,
CrosahiKs, Trcatlca, Hbt-Ua. l'lMllormo, lt
IHt, ic;. will 'be received uutU the 'JWh or
May. I UKO. W. I'lUCE. JB
Vice lreldenl lor Roard of Directors,
aprll Z it
JjH)R BUJ LblNU I'UKl0ii2S.
Discouats oik Lame Ltu.
ltoeky Toint. N. t"..
U. TAliSLEY, Jk.,
Wilmington, N. C,
pl 15 tt
BOarding; - House,
VKXT dtior to Mr. It. K. White. m
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Market Ilclca Hirod awifj TbliJ ftlirta
Wlimiegton. J.-ty Kfiat p ajr. tvt',
prr wettt, .o. Meals S rtBU,
CHAS. KLEIN ,
I ndcriakrr and Caklart
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