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- Parting and Meeting. "
One by one the links are broken, A
. Links that bind life's precious years;
Or by one the partings ipoken. ,
Partings bushed in silent tears.
But the sllenee hears the greet lag
Front ibefltr-offsnhny shore,
Where the links each other meeting, ;
Are a broken cbain no more.
One by one each soul ascending,
LUts us to a higher life, J
Eaeh with other, closer blending,
Stills tt e murmur and the strife.
And their voices sweetly calling .
Touch us like a household psalm.
And their blessings softly falling
Soothe us like a Sabbath s calm. t
One by one the lored are leaving.
But return as angels fair, J
Heavenly splendors round them weaving
With the human looks they, wear;
All the past those looks restoring
Childhood, youth and riper years,- r
How can grief. Qieir lose deploring,
Longer ask the heart for tears.
One by oue, above us bending.
Closer du was days decrease:
Watch and wait with love's dear tending.
Wateh and wait our glad release;
Ilands are hear their final grasping, '
Reaching through the parting vale.
Hearts are near their final clasping
Throbbing, panting: Ball! hall! .
5,000 acres of pine land, all in one
body. Those who have euth land will
please communicate with 1 me at once,
giving full description of the same.
. W. P. Canaday
The Talk Tor the Tw
Columbus, Ga., Feb. 4, 1881
11. H. Warner & Co.: Sibs Your
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure beats all
the medicines 1 have ever heard of for
kidney arid liver diseases. ' It has cured
a genuine case of Bright 's Disease here
in Columbus 1 Judge F. M. Brooks.,
and that is proof enough for me. It
is the talk of the town '!
- J. N. Gilbert, M.4;
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at night and bro
ken of your rest by a sick child suffer
ing and crying with pain of cutting
teeth? If so, send at once and get a
bottle of Mrs. ..Winslow's Sooxhiho
tirnvp for Children Teethikg. . Its
yalue is incalculable. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no
.mistake about it. It cureB dysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, ".softens
the gums,- reduces inflamation. and
gives tone and energy to the whole ays
tern. Mrs. Wisslow's Soothiq
Syrdi' for Childrkn Tekthiko is
pleasant to he taste, and is the pre
scription of one of the oldest and best
female physicians and nurses in the
United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Price
'2b cents a bottle, ly ,
f. Sehool. '
The next session of the State Nor
mal School to be held at Wilson, will
commencee on June 14th and close on
July 10ih. The Board bare "scared
the services of Prof. J L. Tomlinson,
Superintendent of the Wilson Graded
' .School, as Superintendent, and of Prof.
E. V, DeGraff, Superintendent oi Pub
lic Instruction, Paterson, New-Jersey,
asPricipal. Prof, DeOrafT has a na
tional reputation in Normal School
work, and in his great specialty of
teaching teachers how Jo teach, has no.
superior in the United States.
The Corps of Instructors, further,
consists of several able and ei perienced
teachers, including Prof. D. B John
son Superintendent of the , Graded
School of Newbern, and Prof. Geo. E.
Little, of Washington City, D. C.
With Profs. Tomlinson and DeGraff at
the head again aided by a competent
faculty, the school ' will sustain, and
doubtless increase .the high reputa
tion it has already gained.
. No invention of the nineteenth cen
tury has worked a greater revolution
in house-hold economy or conferred
more of a benefit on humanity than the
: sewing machine.
'V The first productions were crude and
uncouth in the eaUeme.-and it was re
served for American skill and ioge-
; nutty to bring forth a machine of any
practical ?alue. ,
In order to appreciate the great ad
vancement which has taken place it is
. only necessary to compare one of the
machines built during the lafaoev of
the inveotiou with one ofthe latest in
nrttVAll .laht.tvlinninv Va UnmA
In the manufacture of this machine
old ideas have been discarded, and in
accordance with the progress!? move
ment of the ace new mechanical pria
dries have been substituted of such is
htrent and absolute value a caaaot
fail to command ttheuaselvea , to the
most casual observer.
'' For all kinds of domestic and man
factoring wprk the -Now Moore' taun
equaled. - " ' TV ' ; '.
k the teally good points contained
ta other machines have been utilised
is its coftstntcUos, Many otv la
proremtaU ami deTtces bats also bees
added, the result of which la a machine
as nearly perfect as it U possible to
lor ussplktvy. aaraatlitjr, sass el
management and capacity for work,
the -Lht-ftoBsisg New Hose- has
no riraL and the happy , boss os. or
om may rest assured thai he or she has
the rery best the votU af orda.
All who seed tW the Osmpaays aew
Ulastrated calalogue, ami ratios tasir
tlmtiamsat (prlrOed oa aaother
aagOvUl rcetrt4 est ef adverUslsi
aotsities of rTlzt U e4 eoiiectora.
Their addtets U ..nr ToX rvtxa
XUcsuc U 5J Vakm Sonars, New
National Sjargical Institute.
Two surgeons from this old-established
and widely known "Institute of
Atlanta, Ga., stud Indianapolis, lad ,"
will make .a special and limited visit to
Wilmington, N- C May l9tb, 1880,
stopping at the Purcell House They
will bring surgical and mechauical
appliances, best French artificisjieyes,
and ertrything neoessBry for the treat
ment of accepted cases.
They treat no one unless there is au
undoubted prospect of greit improve
ment or complete restoration. De
formities of every description, includ
ing: Club Feet, Diseases of the Hip,
Spine and points, Paralysis, Pile,
Fistula, Catarrh, Female and Private
Diseases v Diseases of the Eye and Ear,
Chronic Diseases, etc., treated, j
:' AgfcrCome early, as the visit is limi
ted to the time stated. For circulars
and full particulars, address
National Suroical Institute,
april 28 St Atlanta, Ua
Spirits Turpentim. The mar
ket was firm at 37 cents per gallon,
with sales reported later of 200 casks
at 37 cents.
BosiN The market was firm at$l 30
for Strained and $1 30 for Good Strained
We hear of sales at quotations.
TAR The market was quoted firm
at $1 40 per bbl of 280 lbs, with sales of
reosipUi that figure.
C&vvx TuitPZSTLMsV Market stead y
with sales of receipts at $1 60 for Hard
and $2.50 for Soft and Virgin.
CoTTON Market quoted firm, bales
on a basis of 10 i cezts for Middling
The following were the official quota
tions: Ordinary, 7 6-16 cts $ lb
Good Ordinary 8 a-16 " "
Low Middling, 0 : " "
Middling. 91 ,r "
Good Middlicz. . 104 " "
47 ' "
- May 11.
Spirits Turpentiub. The market
quoted firm at 37 cents per gallon, with
sales to reported later of 20 casks at
37 cents. , -
Bosik The market was quoted
firm at 11 30 for Strained, and $1 25 for
Good BUained. With .sales at quota
tions. TAR The market . was steady! at
fl 10 per bbl of 280 lbs, with alea of
receipts at quotations. - ,
Crude TtjRPiamifK Market steady
with sales of receipts at $2 50 for Sett
and Virgin and f 1 50 for hard. -
COTTOU Quoted quiet. Sale- on a
basis of 102 cents for middling. The
following were the official quotations
oi toe day
7 7-10 cts f
- 157 casks
May 15. ,
SPIRITS Tcbpentihe. The market
was quoted dull at 37 cents per gallon,
with sales reported of 150 casks at 37 A
Rosin The market was firm at $1 30
for Strained, and 91 26 per bbl for Good
Strained, With sales at quotations. '
Tar Mjkrket firm at f 1 10 per bbl
of 280 lbs, with sales of receipts at quo
urudr xuRPEKTina Market htm
Sales of receipts at $1.50 for Hard and
$2.50 tor Soft and Virgin.
Cotton Market quoted firm with
sales on a basis oi 10 i cts for Middling:
The following were the official quota
tions: Ordinary, 7 7-1G cts Ih
Good Ordinary, 8 1116 "
1 Mitidlinir ti " "
Middling 10 " "
Good Middlins:. 10,
Spirits TtarRMTisK The market
quoted quiet at 87 1 cU per gallon, with
sales re do r ted of 300 - eaakra at tht
price, but later we hear of sales of 1"0
cases at o cenia,
Rosiit -The market firm at $1 20
for Strained, and 11 85 per bbl for
Qood Strained. No sales reported.
Tab Marks:. firm at $1 40 per bbl
of 280 lbs, with , sales of receipts at
that figure, r-
CmCDR TCATTl.Nn Market firm
Sales or receips at $1 50 for Hard and
12 55 tor Soil aad Virgin.
Cottov Market fins with -lea on
a basis of 10 j ceou tor Middtiog. Ths
followinr were the efieialanntiLinn-
i-io cts Y o
8 11-16 "
Knim TUVKTTIXB. Tbs saarket
qaotsd dall at 37 caats Mr cal!oa, vita
sales rsfartsd latar af 2J3 casks at 34
Roix Taa Marktt was sUsdr at
tlO Sor Stralasd. aad for Good
SsralassL No salsa rtportad-
Taa. MaHiH Irrn sa tl 40 rer bbl
f 2S9 lbs, vUa sales af rssaipcs at ib
sriU sales of rtesitti at tiller Hard
il SX50 for 63ft ! Ylrrta. itb
CorroN. Market steady, with sales
reported of 35 bales on a basis of lOi.fbr
Middling.- The following were the of-
ciai quotationi: ;
Ordinary.; 7 7-16 cts lb
'lood Ordinrt, S 11-16 ?
Low Middling , V'i
Middling, 1 10 j
'tood Middliae 101
: ; . . May! is.;
Spirits Ttjrpkstine. Ths market
opened dull at 36 cents per gallon, with
tal8 reported of 85 casks at that price,
and 100 do at 3uJ cents, closing dull.
RosiN.Qnoted steady at $1 27 for
Strained and $1 32 for Good Strained.'
Sales reported 2,500 bbis Strained and
Good Strained at quotations, and 1,000
do Good Strained at $1 30 , ! i ;
Tar Quoted firm $1 40 per bbf. of
$280 lbs, with sales of receipts at quo
tations. Crude Turpentine Marketsteady
with sales of receipts at $1 50 for Hard
and $2 50 for Yellow Dip and Virgin.
Cotton Quoted firm, with sales
reported ot 30 bales on abasia of 10J
cents per lb. for Middling. Tha follow
ing were 'official quotations:
Ordinary, 7 7-16 cts $ lb
Good Ordinary, 8 11-16 u". J
Low Middling, 9
Good Middline, 10 ' rt ,
82 " -6
PURCHASERS OF GROCERIES
MA V BE FOUWD
At the Large Wholesale EstaMislmiei!
Adrian & Vollers,
H. 1C, C'oruer Iruul nnd Doekeffj
Than caii possibly be ottered elsewhere.
AND 1IW TDLIR STOCK
WILL BE FOlWI
Every Tiling in the Grocery Lits
That a Dealer or Consumer needs
' preelections Tor the Country
Trade ample and superior.
EOT 29 IX.
A COMMON-SENSE REMEDY.
No ' more theuniMtiwns, Goat
Iniirleilu'e Relief Warranted.
'Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
1 . ;
Kive years established and never known
lo fall In a single owe acute or chronic.
l!r to' all prominent PhyUtdana ad
drimwiit for the itUnUlnj ol Bailey Ilea-
r . SLt'RETi ; -Tlie
only Uissolveroforthe polaonoas uric
achl which exikU in Uie blood ot rheamaile
and gouty paiienU.
f.VLICYI.ICA is kuowi as a eoasntoa
sense retnetly, because U olrlkee directly at
the rau!e of KhenmaUsm.' Goat and tfwt
raltla, while so many ko-called peciflos
the enecta1 rnc ODlJr 10 ut Hxmlly
: It has been conceded hy eminent scIsd
tuu that outward arpllcatloaa, uch aa rab
bins with olla, olnunenu, lininseata, aad
outhlng lotion win not eradicate these
dlaeaaee which are the result ol the r-ois-ouiqe
of tha blood T. ;th Uurlc AeM.
SALICLICA. woi its with Baarre'oas
eOect on thU acid and ao mumrmm sae dis
order. It now cxeluaivaiy need by mil
celebrated UyMclana of America aad Eu
rope. H lg heel Medical Acmdeiay of Farts
report ft per cent car la Urs oar a.
. bcjjehbkb :
that WUCVUCA is a muli r tor
Rheumatism, tiout and NcaraJct. Tha
lDtanUy lDtw rn areattbdavd almost
Tboaaanra ot teaUamnlala aewt arw-
m I Baa. Doxrw for S.
5&t fre bv mail nm m.im t !
.vsK YOL KIDRl tKibh- a rr
But do ovt S diuHxl taat taasaa Isala-
j iww iiMBaa mm warn
genuine with the name of Waabwraodi
Co. on -fi-i trhl hlifinraafadU-JSa
M.AMI. . .am. .
vinrvuw mm J M CWU. 1
wit pura uouar oar siaajaar, mm lad la .
pcaalbte rruiuta to lnur m aa ta tb
ireauueat. Take ao mbrr, or ft a a t oa.
WASlUl R-NEatU. Pro rtetee.
? "V.eor.Jves giSaWlOaX.
FIRESIDE PUBLISHING COi
PaiUaelpkia. tu T
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JXTtaJJUl-NT l-ad aid OeaUeea
are wasted eraywfeav tkraeajaoat tao
5tat of Sorts Carwiios tauwdatw ta
lvxMar k VmHmiimm at W rtiuautMg
rCKli-SHi.Va COMPJ1XY nvairiStt.
aU raUtara wvil mm seal frmrnpmm aal
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,: -;'-W--aaBassrof -
CASH SUBSCRIBERS FOR 1883.
-- i "if 0 i :ii '.'y ' :.4
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TWENTY.riVE DOLLARS IN GOLD
For the second larxest number. tf.
Ucvt: si Frio o s ,
JF YOU WISH TO HAVE TOUR
Bll Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads,
Hand Bills, '
Cards, Tags, Circulars, Prolamines,
Pamphlets, Catalogses Price'. Lists, L&-
Visiting Cards, Wedding Cards, Blanks of
all kinds, &c , A., A.,
Printed promptly and neatly. Write to
- .P.O. Box 402. ,
H ' Wilmington, f. c.
saReter to Editor of this paper.
JUST THE PAPER THE PEOPLE WANT
WESTERN SENTINEL ! I
Should be Read at Every Viresid in Weal-
era North Carolina
Full of News. Fan, General InformaUon
1 and Something to Interest Everybody.
8S2ID SO CENTS AND TRY IT
i , MIBBK HORTHM
' WIN8TOM, N. C, " .
1 aprUZItm. ,
NORTII CAROLINA HOUii
J. D.STELLJES, , , . . PROPRIETOR,
CORNER SECOND AND PRINCES8
CI HRBBTMASiS at hand
Bar taader Is always oa
Ml llauara In Ih.
ready to sores tha Cneat llnuora in the
8tat. a sVestaarmat attached, where the
Bee iMawsniDordftaa befonnd at all
houra. Tha best r cooks aad the politest
waiters the on lywwaa we employ.
Taeoamnrniain hoa smi aotaata
wwakty nines se m. aad wui aaau. tm
eeawaae. aoatace rasa, at S3 mmr a a a n aa
ay U an satfte sarai as Its aaaaw anil
i si 1 1 if ii l saw will eoatnbaaa auaw
isaxta taaraaaaf m.
US I Ii ml7m.
rai?iafU.y wtu vawawwtatawa
mi Um mil
stMTMaeo aa-d m s swadL
HA VINO BEEN JiROUUHT TO OUR
attention that imllaUoua of our article are
betng told in this market, uollceils hereby
given lo i whom it may concern, that tfie
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Tending of anj article. Kithany allei stioiis
of ?tsde;insfhs shots detrrihed. V
f fcTrltlB4w ttct(ot tai; a.
rrxUPHU aroLTV sjuX'tatt,
NE W AD VEH 7 tSEMEN i5.
GEO. N. LAMPHERE,
Tow.ii Ljta iu'
Morebeail, Minn, and, Farp D. T.
IMPROVED and UNlMPKOtKb FARMS
iArce and Ismail, in Minnesota and Da
kota, all In the famous
where the soil produce more Wheal, Oats.
. Barley or Potatoes, of a Better Quality
- and at lees cost and labor per acre,
than any soil In the world.
Laud is adf&iiciug iu Value 0U to 1(H)
per cent, each year.
LOTH for IKK) to flOCO each.
FARMS for to IJ) an acre.
ltu Jiovr nud Heap the Heuvfits
Y era Itise next Fall
Money Invested at 10 per cent, per an
num, net, with the best real CKtate security.
For doacrlittve circular, list ofpropetly
prices and term, address wlthlamp. .
-. - Morehead, Mino.
S. W. ODEN, JR.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
FOURTH BKTWKEN RKUN4W1CK AID
BLADEN HTREETS. f
Rrf airing done In all Branches oil be Trade
and. -tlr.Uou Ouaranttre
au 7 ly.
Sam'l W. Holden.
HAVE A i.AS-i iniU aud l l.OIB-
1NU KMsMifthuiClil en tlif .tflh lde vf
Market bet -. h 2ml ud .rd Mteet. i aia
prepared to d t
ic err nk. a
reaooaM ternia. I (WArsntev Mufattoa
I inrtlr the pbMtr,
a Ho may the rr
ict o a ni m cUm l'inuih . to ai aial are
before MBaaia- arf(rtt)-uu rl
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w Umtnstua. N. tV
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