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I'tie second biennial report of the
j. liirean of Libor JSt.a'.iitic, in
many ! lt features, is a valuable work,
yv,, c,iniile from it a few fad in re
'Iftiion'" Ulinoj industries. '
In 1BS the population of the state
was whit--, 3,031,151; colored (includ
ns Chi""1. Japanese, and Indians),
J'miuI, 4,077,871. The bitunsi
. u0jScoai fields of the state arc exteuV
(ife nd valuable. In 4( counties coal
aud in many more prjunc Deu are
t . . J...lU . 'I'l.
yet are upprospee'ed. vIn 1880 the ag"
gregated product' of coal in the tate
ffas G,U0i377 Iodp id 1882, it was
. . . . -. . 't i ft f i
tons. in. i asv .ine aggregate
.value of tbe coal product at the mines
wa3 8,77I.832; in 1882. it was $13,696,-
'-duct and value, of about 50 per cent.
The number of mines' operated in 1880,
was 598. In 1882 the number was 704,-
.with an annual capacity of 18,0769,637
tons. The amount of capital invested
in coal mining in 1882 was $8,230,183.
The number of hands employed was, in
J),2'J0; and the ayerage value of the
coal per ton, at the mines, wis $1.46.'
The manufactures of the state are
many, vpluable, and in a prosperous
condition. In 1880 the number of its
mauufacturing establishments was 13,
347, with au invested capital of $117,
'27385, Jt.nd they employed 135,419
haml. Th.e total amount paid during
the1 jeaar as wages was $53,693,461.
The cost of "'-he material used in these
niaiiiHttiires was $234,778,273, aud the
value of the manufactured pro-iucts
jvai $ " 16, 10 1,393. Now when we add
to iht-) magnificent1 results the im
mense amount and value of agricult
ural iiKidiic.U of all kinds ined or eon-
mii mod li-J l.hn Aninlnvrx t hin nnfjcp.d
' ' - - I j o o
in'inanunicturing, and by the tens of
thousands who subsist by trade in alt
its ramilicaiions based or. dependent
tiptin 4heso products of the fmanufac
turcr, an well as thoao used in the manu
iai'ture 1 article, we will have a grand
illiiHtralion of the rapid advance that
Illinois, like other western states, "has
4ii.ult; in the development of all her na
tural and industrial resource.-., an
nually multiplying her means of profit
able -t-.mloyment to all her citi.eiis cn
j'.ardiii labor pursuits iu agriculture
ami Irado an in luanuUctiiriuK or, the
Kuclianic arts and thus increasing
really the source of wealth mikI;. hap
piiHt4 among all rank and- cUssci of
' kif r enter in i.nuiir iiooy latioii' -These are
hniiit of Hie iiiMtiinbliH reiull which
'rti'Yhcrn attend-. lmTeneticent rule
tit ihr Republican-. Hut the a.scrnd
pmv ul' t'ic I t(jmocra:y in the Ktate or
Malum, and the adoption of free trade
-tlio introduction of foreign manu-
Hdiins to ibe exclusion-of the ' jro
1 iticts ot our home iudUHtries would,
7y . Idling tlioe now prosperous niatiu
Ih Lories, ami discharging their thou
? and.1 of employes, strike down or de
. tmy this beneficent fabric of wealth
plenty, and prosperity, and for iiilhub
hi imte idlonesss and poverty, and cn
Hf.iionl misery apd crime. f
We republish the conjrressionaldii
tricts for tiio benolit of our readers
First District Ueautort, (Jamden,
Cii'iwan, Carteret, Currituck, Dare,
(Jatr, llcrtfortl, Hyde. Martin, Pamli
co, l'a juotank, l'erU imans, I'itt, Tyr
rell ana Washington.
Second -Kertie, Craven, EJgccombe ,
(ircetif Halifax, Lenoir, Northampton,,
Vance, Warren and Wilson.
Third Onslow, Tender, Duplin,
Sampson, Iiladen, Wayne, Cumberland,
ilarueit and Moore.
Fourth Nash, Franklin, Wake,
. Durham, Orange, Chatham, Alamance,
and Johnston. '
Fifth Itrauville, Tersou,' Caswell,
Rockingham, Stokes, Uuilford Surry
ixth New Hanover, llruuswick,
Columbus, Richmond, Anson, Union,
Stanly, 4 Cabarrus, Iwobesou'and Meck
ivf nth Montgomery, Randolph,
IJa-ridlou, ltowan, Davie, Iredell, Ca-
V iawi and adkm.
Kighth-t Wilkes, Alexauder, Ashe,
Watauga, Alleghany, Caldwell, Burke,
Oleaveland, Gaston and Liucoln. -.
Ninth Cherokee, Clay, Craham,
w- , .1 1
.uavuii, cain, jacason, iiaywooti,
I'ransylvania, Henderson, Tolk, Ruth;
erlord, Inincombc, McDowell, Madison,
Yancey and Mitchell.
M. U T O It HAND ItROOH LY'.
r or mini vpruiiiK or f tar llrltisr
lumiunttoii Hi ISUhl, A?.
N'kw Viipt ' M- "J Trt t araa a
r --'-, j - - y .
gala day in Brooklyn. "Throughout the
city there appeared to be a general sur
render of bjiainess to sight seeing and
celebration, t n one way and another
the uiaiu tusinea avenue, the height
and many of the streets clear out into
the suburbs, -re decked most gaily with
rlags aud bunting and flowers, for
! . 1 kit: .a. -V. Llm. - Ika
' mA niitiB.i wun inn cilt u?n uiv
! titer, lhiblic bulldiog. pr ivate house.
street car, wagon and Jtrucka fly t ae
colors of all nations in honor of the
inning of the big bridge. On evej
and preparation axe being made for
I; thVumiaaUon IW-night. Ijlreat aat-
cistaction U expreaeu among me people
f ItrxHiklyn at the conplelloo of the
work of which o much U expected for
their n dtjrom tie tower of the
great! btkfge cvaiioaa) flag waive, ao4
th spaa aero the river it dotted with
fUfi from one end to the other. From
tail io the morolat crowd begaa to
ga'.her at the!ad wbers iecUiakiu j
was to take place. In the harbor -flags
Oew from all shipping, four war ves
sels the Tenrjeoe, Vandal U and Ker
sage and Yantic die in a row ofi" Uov
ernoi'rt Island, flying the national col
ors. -Ths'navy yard and all ships along
th New York and DrooLlyn ' Water
front arc deefcid wilb hunting,
"In New York, nUo, business was part
ly suspended to day. -'Most cf the down
town exchanges closed at noon and
jnany bu'int ss places suspended work
'for the afternoon". Flags flew from
municipal aud other buildings in the.
City Hall , I'ark, from business places
along Kroadway and other streets, aid
from many private residences. The
day was all that could be desired for
the occasion. The. houses alongf the
entire route of the procession, froa he
Fifth Avenue 'Hotel to the City Hall,
were decked with colors. The Seven ih
Regiment escorted the President and
Mayor Edsen, the President's Cabinet,
the Peruvian Minister, Gov. Cleveland,
Governors Ludlow, of New Jersey,
Fairbanks, of Vermout. Littletield, of
Rhode Island, the state legislature aud
a large number of other invited guests,
from the Fifth Avenue Hotel uv the
bridge. At the City Hall Park mem
bers of the Common Council received
the President and other guests. Here
lt alighted from the carriages', and
joined by the. bead of the city depart
ments marched from the City Hall
Park to the bridge; President Arthur
walking arm in arm with the Mayor.
A procession of Brooklyn officials
aud trustees, headed , by the Twenty
third regiment left Rrooklyn City Hall
at half past 12 o'clock, and arrived at
1 o'clock at Sand street station. The.
regiment passed upon the anchorage,
where it look up positiou. Mrs. Jvie
bling, wife of the invalid Chief En
gineer, and her party arrived afterward
in carriages, and at half past 1 o'clock
Uihop Liltlfjobtr and bis as-.istaat, in
their robes of office, arrived. A way
wa made for them with great difficul
ty through the crowd that already fi'le l
every foot of space. 1 1
A salute announcing the President's
arrival at the New York lower, was
fired "'"by the war vessel in the harbor
and IIib forts on Governor's Islaad at
2.16 p. in., and the yards of the men of
war were, manned. Fifteen'.- minutes
later, cannonading from Fort jr. Jreene
and Williamsburg announced the arri
val of the procession "at the Rrooklyn
lower,; where Mayor Low received it.
On the platform were seated Gp'ucral.
Christian arid stall, -of the .second iliv is
ion; ex-Mayors , Scliroedcri,' . Howell,
Rooth, Hunter and Lambert; members
''of tlie IJrooklyu coinuion C'Hiucil and
United Slates naval officers, a id olli
cers ol the. First nd Fifth Arullcry.
On account Of the great crowd lunch
diificutly was e-Xperienced by the cx
Mayors of New York and Rn'klyn
and the officials who accompanied ihcm
in obtaining passage way lo thcplai -fSrm.
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The proceedings were'opentd by Mr.
John S. T. Slranohar introducing R'
Rev Kisliop Liltlejohn who, aswted
by Rev. M r.'Vaodewater, read th col
leets of the- Kpiscopal- service and of
fered up prayer.
HOW A TOKNADO LOOHKO.
The Frarfitl Vij.iiaHoual Hhii-HmMTTTIjiy-Uthlii
Ia'II Tti il
",:Trnek. I . ; i '.: ' , -
Kansas City,- May 1 1 Re lore the
visiUtlon of the tornado tere yesterday
the air was heavy and the fitful wind
carrUd sheets of raiu Wither and thither
without apparent direction. In an
hour the skies had growu darker -and
across thejr su I leu surface torn scraps
of clouds in fantastic shapes scudded
with a velocity that top of the pres
ence of vast air currents somewhere in
middle space. These were followed by
dark sheeta as f smoke, that rolled up
from the horizon, broke taud loa. them
selves. The air Budiienly grew cold. It
is impvssible to 'describe the weUd and
unnatural chill, save that it was icy
aud lasted. f-n some niomenU. Just
then a gigaiitfc coae-shaped cloud, the
point ttfward the earth, appeared in the
northwest. Those who noted the time,
aay mat , it was exacuj : i.oy ju
cloud rushed into view so 'iickljr that
it was impossible to tell whether it was
born of conflict of the elements be
fore the eye'or came from some "ioiiit
beyond. Moving with inconceivable
rapidity, and bounding like a ball,
onietline hundred of feel above the
rarh and someti me trailing upon it,
the aoD9ter passed over Wyandotte,
and paused at the bar opposite the
mouth of the Kaw. where it sucked up
tons of sand, completely changing its
color from dark blue to a deep d tin,
then it aigtacgeU upward, bounded Into
mid-air, and dlaappearcd.
Scarcely had it made it spectral exit
when another cloud, almost identical in
Ue and shajstappeared at about the
point where the first was sect. This
cloud can be likened to nothing so
much' aj a partially collapeed balloou
with the neck enormously elongated
and twUng aboatl lh colsorr was
reddish yellow, distinctly relievlns it
against the darker background. This
extraordinary apparition of the skiea
moved directly toward the citjr, not very
(aat apparently, but apringiag up and
down in an uncanny- dance.- As it
Mpnit n-irr mm conkl that everv
I time it toochtd the ground it swept it
WILM IKtiTON. NORTH
clean, caiiyiu- up tlie debria and drop-
plug it- it parsed. ..A' lew moments
after iU appearance it struck West
Kau'ta City, birely touching, however,
and jts damage, was confined principally
to tn-uiirooling ol" hunacs, domoliahing
the- upper portion of ihs Stck Ex
change, and killing out- inaiulIt leaped
into, the air, striking the' bluff near
Kigiiti eiiih Aircel, and pacing on east
and Hlightly north for near two miles.
In the uroatcr j-art of this distance the
.Htfirin f unite I touciied the ground, and
k wi:depifs of luiu marks its track.
ibe passage of. the fifnudo was ho
sudden, thai ptoide did not have time
to be lrigiitHind liit it was over, but
the scene of terror that followed in its
wake was Homelhing that words caunot
describe.. Jt cut a ciean track through
the city three miles in extent and from
100 to 300 yards wide. ilavr houses
were demolished, small frame houses
were scattered to t ie wiuds, and trees
were twisted from the earth as if they
wero weeds. TluVuuuiber of houses en
tirely demolished is 50, and the num
ber more or lesf damaged will amount
to about 2')0 The loss . is about $200,
000. Three persons were killed out
rightand many others very badly in
The Ycair'a Record of Democ-
As the Democratic
next y ear to be in vested with the full
cjutrof of llieiiational governmeu.t the
Philadelphia iVtss thinks it only right
to inquire what pro)f has" been givtn
of the party's" ability to ad miniate. the
trust faithfully. After exiininiug the
wo?k of the legislatures which bavj
beeu c jutrolled wholly or in part by
the Democrats this year, that paper
concludes: "At Albany and Harrisburg
the-Democrats have boon incoiaprteht;
at Springfield and Indianapolis they
were worse The Llinois homo has
been broken up fur days together by- a,
dea'dlock- in an election case, main
tained by keeping a disreputable' Re
publican member drunk at low resorts
tin'- l)emocratic whisky. The Indian
apoiis Irgi.slaluie was denounced on its
adjounimu. t by Democratic newspa
pers as corruj', v .'tial and difior Jerly
thu worst.' know. i for years in : Stale
cursed by bad lawmaking. The liar
risbUrg iio:i-,i lias talked away neiHy
all its opportunities and Inost of Its
reputation. Ttiu Albany legislature has
biaen disgracefully partisan, has apition
clil nvrviett reform ami ..used its piw
eis to pas v ji ni.y tiicisurcs vetoed by
Deiiiociatic governor.' Willi such
striking proof . .if incompetency. before
ll-em' the people. ;irt not likely to trut
tin- I eiuuci acy with any filler op lor
liHine f-r mi.'.chic-f than it has now.
"r '('rimlt's l'aniif su.
A ': n ic-poiidi t writiti from Tticon,
An ,. give- the t-.Uovviii.j i ifoniiatiou in
regai d to the country in which ( en..
tJiook lit now upp(fiieil it be operaling
against the Apahi. A.a I 'rook t wk
supplien fir a lb roe inoulh cimpaign
he evidently .-appreciates the task he
has bt'foro him:
The Siemi Madrei ir .,' most
abrupt, precipitous, extensive and lofiy
chains of mountains in nortliern Mexi
co; ll iV altm.'-t impossible to poiie
tral'J this vart uioiiutain rauge, and
when the mim, which is as large a the
state of Onio is taken into considera
tion, everyone who has the least kitdwl-'
edge i f such a country and the light
ing propensities of the Apaches will
readily realize the magnitude of the un
dertaking. The Modoc war among the
'ava beds of Oregon and California,
was but a saiall ali'.iir in comparison do
what awaits ( Jen. Crook and tbs Mexi-
can forces in dislodging and subduing
lhe Apache in the Sierre Madres.
There " was but tut tc in tne Modoc
country lo stipp rt the savages! in -a
loo and ''espcra'e campaign, but the
Sierre Madres affjird the cry best ffeld
lor the snpiKUt of indtau lite, f ne '
mounlain are . full of wild turkeys,
iu.oumn.in sheep, bears, wild hogs, wild
goats and 'deer, besidei an inexhausti
ble s-ippjyoi luescale punt everywhere,
so that it wiil be utterly inpwsible to
starve the Apaches out. j
As the Apache question now preseuts
'itself, ' it "wjll", require --.at .least a six
months campaign wilu tbe Deal bacx
ion the ' covrrnmeut can give 'Gen.
CrvHjJt, and with the hearty co-operation
of the Mexican forcesto bring the reue
eads to terms- . The tak is herculean,
and without uoui me most aiuicuti
that Gen Crook has ever undertaken.
It can only 'be hoped that the war !dc
partiucnl will give ten. Crook full and
hearty support, and trust to his supe
rior skill in fighting Indians in brs own
way, and tbal such arrangement wilt,
continue with the Mexican authorities
a will permit hiia to pursue them to
A rrolerlion Arsauicnt-
Prior to the adoption of a protective
taritf tv the lintniou of Canada, about
SOO.lXV French Canadian left their na
tive firesides to make their home in
the United States -the change being
made la order to secure belter return
lor their labor, with all that it implies.
In RsSl the p'reseat administraUon
adopted the policy of ptoteclion, wage
iaiproved. and ', cvnequnc the ude
of etuyttaiiAtt wa tyrd, and aoaae
10,000 French laea were repatriated, la
1 sSi, iO.OOO mor? ot the Dominion
on returned, aad thy are now pro-
Scroua. Ooe fact like thi U worth a
4j:n vvdume of free trade theoriea.
IToUCion prvHects, and it alwmr
mean prwptrity to the working
CAROLINA:, SUNDAY. MAY. ii 7. IS83.
The Custom House will -be cloned on
Wednesday, memorial dayv - ;
. PoMtofllee Jfttr.
The 30th of Mar bejog ' national
holiday the PostofficotiU;W closed
iron 10 a.'ni.'W & 'f: WiHftl eW de
livery of marls wftl be' nrndeT eaVrier.
Mails will close at postofiioe ' a' usual.
; E. R. Bbikb Poatmaater.
r Everybody should tura'oat to heir
Hon. Geo. U. Gorh'am on j Wednesday
next. All should be there.
Gen- Geo. C Gorhaoi, of Washing
ton City, will deliver the addrem at (he
National Cemeterr wecoration dayt
I The 30th of May;?decoraao'n5ila, it
a national hoIiday7)et eVerrtiodrr spend
at least the afternoon at the 'National
Among the, gaests that are expected
here from Washington 'and other, points
ou decoration day, are Hon, J00.C
JM e w, Hon. Frank; Hatton and , Geo,
Geo. fJ. Gnrh.m. a : ."f
' T.'jji --jliL ieibody tlraded bchwd, -cojorea
The National CemeTery U aTwilhtl Tjohn ; A. Holt, assistant principal;
ful place; we advise everybody to 'go
there on the 30th to see it, and Bear the
address of Gen, Gorham. - ,:-!: '
, Several distinguished gentleman
from Washington City, will attend the
ceremonies at. the National Cemetery
in this city, on decoration day.
Probate Judge Van Amringe, Sheriff
Manning and Register of Deed Samp
son, will close their offices in Court
Housa ou Wednesday next; it being
deoraliou day. ; ' ' :r
The wife of Hon. Augustus C. HugJj
gins, Ulerir ot tlie bHperior Court ot :
Onslow county, was riding out with
Mrs. James G. Scott,; the horse run
away and threw Mis. Huggins out
aud injure! her very seriously we are
sorry to hear. - V; ' V
Rooms National Memorial Ass'n, f
WiLMiSGTOS; N. O., May 25, '83.JB J
The annual service of decorating the
graves of the nation's dead will be ap
propriately and solemnly performed at
the 1 National Cemetery, 00 Market
street, ou Wednesday, May 30th, at
4:o0 P- M. : ' ' ' ' "
Tho Committee recommend that
there b no processioa. ' ,
The public are respectfully invited
to be. present and' participate in yr wit
ness th5 cerem joies. .
Societies aud. organized bodies cau
march to tha grounds in such manner
as they may choose. j
(jo I. W. P, Cauaday will conduct the
services at the cemetery.; Col. J. SI W.
Eagles will oe Chief ' Marshal of the
day to preserve order awd ijniet on the
grounds. 1 :-
' j PROGRAMME.
Music by the P- & S. A. Club.
Prayer by Rev. D. J. Sauders.
Music by the P. A S. A. Club.
Oration by Hon. Geo. C. Gorham, of
Washington, DC 1
Music by the P. & 6. A, Club.
Decoration of Graves.
The IT, S- Revenue Steamer "Gol
fax," Capt. Gabrielaen. off; Market
Dock, will fire 'a salate.'commeucing at
4 o'clock. j Ed. R. Brisk,
The following gentlemen are hereby
appointed 'assistant Marshal to serve
on the ground at tbe National Ceme
tery, on decoration day. They will re
port to me at the office of J. C Hill,
Esq., 3 o'clock: p. m., (sharp) . WednesV
day May 30th, 18S3, mounted: Maj:
W. 11. Howe, Lieut. T .H. Betu, U. El
Scott, Geo. W.Murray, 8. Vaa Amringe;
Munroe Ryrd,' Gen. H. Manning,
W. II. Gerkin J. H. Brown, J 00. Uol
loway, J. H NVhitemaa.
J. S. W.' Eagles, Chief Marshal.
A tire occurred inKhat in known m
Chaubourn's Alley, between Third and
Fourth and Harnett and Da via' street,
Tbuiwlay morninc last, about half
past 3 o'clock, destroying three small
frame d welting, the property of Aider -man
W. H. ChaJboam, and occupied
aa tenement housee; together with a
kitchen attached to the premise of
Mr. John Otloway, also the property
of Mr Chadbourn. The fire, we an
dtntaad, originated ia the build ibg
at the weatera end of the block, ia a
room which had been ooenpied by a
colored man, bat Tacated tha day pre
viooa, a colored womaa occopyiag the
remainder of the premiww. The loee
U estimated at about $5Wnpoa which
there was Louraca to thataUnt ol
f600, ia comraaies repetseeud by
Mrtwv Xucihrop fc Bo&& -
Ukraer Carey will reaaalala Deb
lin. lafoneer Carey will . co abroni.
laformer Caret Ui coaae to Amenca
These three harmoeioos soteeaeau are
forwarded tr ther geatkeaaa at the
other end of the AUaatie cable to a
pabUc wboMaaaiadesireae lo ImaWmcr
Carry fa to leara UmU he h deeeJotd
saSckat aaahooi N C aaafhimeaU,
. Warrauiaw Luke. -
' A party of leading business rueti from
Aagusta, G4 consisting of Col. Ii. W.
Potter, J. C. Mathewsou, J. W. Evans,
D. H. VanBuren aud others, have been
at Waccamaw Lake enjoyiug a plead -at
time. Ool. F. W. Clark and T.
M. Emerson) met them at Waccamaw.
There is no further necessity of our cay
iog more to convince bur readers thK"t
tbe Waccaniaw.visitors had a good tiuie
Ou. Schools. :h. '
'J. On Monday last the graded schools of
onr city closed for the summer vacation.
We learn that the school cowmiltes of
the two districts into which: Wilming
ton is divided have already begun pre
paring for the next session, which com
mences on the' first Monday in October-
. '' ; "' '. ',' L, .
1 The corps of teachers for the comiug
year is as follows:
M. C. S- Nobles, Geucral Principal.
Hemmen way Graded School, white
M O. Wallace, assistant principal;
Wary E. Duguid, M. LivMcLeod, Alice
J. Yarborough- ,
James Dudley, Susie II, Dudley,
Aoai Hi Malletle, A. Thercse Willis.
Union Graded School, while M. E.
Cook, assistant principal; Adelaide S.
Meares, Maggie Jones,- .' .
Williston Graded School, colorcd--Alary
W. Howef assistaut (ricipal; Isa
bella L. Howe, Louisa G. Nixon, Emma
F. Hooper j Maggie Whitcmau.
These apoint men ts are hf.ade .- thus
early in order that die teachers, suie
of employment ' may have the oppor
tunity of atteiWing the Stale Normal
Sehool, with reference lo fpecial prc-
(ration fiir tho next year's work.
Ab attempt was made s melimoditr
ing Wednesday night to pfrpclrae a.
robbery onGeo. V. Hugging, the jewef-
ler. lhe thief inserted .'a stick through
a side-glass lo lhe show window,;:iiid at
tempted lo draw within in his reach a
small collection of jewelry which had
been left, lying iu a pii oii ' lho shelf,
but. which was found .scattered about
promiscuously yesterday .morning. The
stick, which was about foii'r feci in
length aud a Jitllo-bver an inch iu cir-
cu m ferenecKas found .st ick i ng tb rough
th aperlure'in the window, which 'ia
evidence that 'tho would-be- thief was
frightened from his purpose. There
was also a gold watch suspended abovo
the shelf, which had not been disturbed.
Mr. Huggins usually keeps all ol his
valuables under lock aud key.
Shallotte, Brunswick' Co., N. C, 1 1
May to, 1SS3. J
Editor Posl" ;Sir: Will you allow
me space io your iioble patr to pub
lish the fact that one ot the escaped
criminals from SjuIU CaroUu., oolo
mon Hewett, was captured nar or at
iiockwoodsfolly bridge, by Mr.. U- W
McKeilhan .aud others. Rut tho other
one Willie JIardy, wjiich was known to
be makiugiiis way toward the city, is
still at large.
D. K. Willis.
The .New York World, will, under
its new management, no longer give aid
and comfort to free traders.
THE SEASHORE !
HOTEL BRUNS WIuK.
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B. L. PERRY, f Troprirlor.
fl l tSE TWO HV'it SlilB Khi KIS W 1 1 -K
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The IIott UruuMf H. at Smith ii-. I
li mile below Wilmington. nl acrvibl
by two arat-ciass te4iucr. utaklus lou
trip dally. h
Ttte8AiU llotrt U iluaUJ in a Urj;e
groT oo WrijhUTi ic S,nJ; l cxiixjcJ
oTcotl for Uuiiltrs.aaa wilhm 'nillr
ot WUmtnstOe. at U hA ot a fia Hbcil
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Bod,U bM la Lbc Bcal&ru vuntry.
BOTH HOTEI IN FULL VIEW
OF THE OCEAN" ;
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Single Copies. 5 Ccfl, Uitn NUMBKR 21 ,
NEW ADVEBTISEMENTS' ,
CITV OF WILMINGTOir. N. C., (
j - - ' OFFICE CflJ EF OFioLICE.j I '
. r ' U MarStn,laSli
N AND AFTEJli JUNE ItKtH ALL DOGS
found running at Urge, wftaoat Badge,
wil: be killed,'
H C BROCK j
,,i thief or rot lee,
- may 1.7 -2t
Wilmington & Veldon
R. R. Company,
X w?T n n i
AVILM1NQTON. N. U. ity 23. 12.
T!s rUIVSUANCF. OF A RESOLUTION
X- - --' , . " - - - -'!
adlopled by the tho Director of the WU-
mlngton & Weldon Ealf Roat qompany.'at
a meeting held this dsjr, a SPECIAL MEBT-
INQ of the Stockholders of said Cdmapy
wiU be held Iu the City el WiUuingUw. fat
the Office of the Company, at 11 o'clock Ik
T"tu, THURsilLAYthe 2SBATOf
JUNE; NEXT, to takr Into consideration
the locating and bufldlne of a Railroad from
some point on the said Wilmington Wei
udu Kailrwad south of WUson to Florence,
y C. ou iU Wilmington. Columbia & Au
gusta Railroad, or some point east thereof
on said ,road; and seen farther action' in
thin matter as the jaid Stockholders as
sembled iu meeting may consider proper."
J. W. THOMPSON,
msiyis-tiu . . ;, jBecretary,
llTFHlJNniLD & BR0.,
Distillers, Wholesale Lipor Dealers
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" . " .. - - i - - - -AND
PltoriUETOttH OF THE ; '
.CHAMFION CIGAH FACTOiiY,
HII.MIMTON, JSf. C.'
DICKS & BRUMQ1LD & BROS..
MAN UFACTUREKS OF AL.L KIND
- OF FINE
4 II EH I fj TO It Alio.
1V.1VVS AND TWISTS,
insy 11 tf
f THE ' ? '
Tailor and Clothier,
HAS A PLENDID ASiSOuTMENT
A VI Kit I tr. !V -AK O l Hi IO KTKa,
Which he; will tut auf make to order,
iu the latest styles.
vtore northWJiof Princess street
near Front. may 20 tf
1 i; I, I . ST I .IX. ' Y Jfl UOIi.
NTKKQ.KETKO.'. By REV, Ji. W' MOR-
HIS. 1. I. ThKrHndtebrrlorCrrtfon
i the .MjN. Centra ol Uic. Heat, AUrmc
lion nod tiiemleal Action, its natural
wonder and Kplrlluai teitcbinga are alike
marvc'oii, and make a book of absorbing
and iaten.se Intemt. Th arrt probiva
of tlm Material I'nlverw unfnldrdand lllua
tratedi .ture shown to be a Revelation
ftiod in thfc uoblcMl and moat perfect mdu.
Highly ctimmondcd. "Krcry .fact of natnre
is made to repeat aome Uon of Jilt gm
pel." N. V. Evangel lstt. "Ilolh actfoUnc
and -devout." Rev.- A. C Oeorge. p, D,t
Chicago. "A (uurtllDK revet aUoo roneprv
tns tb wonders a4 t(l: Ira o( Uie bun."
Kider J r; MHiarrey, Iextnxton. Ky.
Intir-sHng, instructive and vrjr succe-,
Uve."-.l;ihop Jaa-zar.of Ohio. Jt aelia oat
and plcaneeail. AUdreas. J. t'. Mctt'RDV
IX.. l-bfuulclphta. P; Cincinnati. O.;
Chicago. Iik; or ?u Ixmla, Mo.
ntay I i ia
LOW TIES AND SLIPPKBS.
yK M FKR GREAT VARIETY OF
Styles and Makes
IN Lt V T! ES AND hLirrER FOU
; ENTLEM EN A N 1 LA DI ES
O joU Oiiliiy,
Eij KittiBp, anl
L i Low Down in Trier.
Call in and eaamiae. -
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S KO. IL FUEACU A bONA.
war 1-1tf. ''
D A. SMITH,
MAKOFACTOEEB al'EElLEE II
so. 44 act vuuxt ariutirr.
ALWAYS ON HASP.
iaay i im
T lAiWm .Ln t'D'l l
GEATIXE PAC-aunXB-PrOBSia.ant Lt-
, ra, ALL white on a Hack (rooat.
X ware of iealrra wae at torn at U aalia fr
'.rfJTATIOSI. St'BtiTITL'TiON erKUHTH
J.HLfc which yielS thea m LARGIH
noFIX, Keae are ! wiUoat tke
tr- SA F E. '
n. H. WARKBR St CO, Rocheetcr, M. Y.
may a tf. .-.V-'.--.-
Commissioners Salo !
"I Y. VIRTUE OF A DECREE Of THE
I) Superior Court of New Hanover Coun
ty, made in a civil action pending iu aald
Court, wherein Ada MeClamniy a Adaain
iatratrix of Richard McClammy was Plaiti
tiir. and Cato McUlaiumy and other were
iWendants. ,The uuderaigned. Commix
aioner appointed by said decree, will on
Friday ,lith of June. A. V. at tb Court
HonseDoor In the City of Wliminfftot, at "
12moaer for Kale by Public Auction th
lot or parcel of land situated, lying and
being in the City of of Wilmington, and
bounded and described aa follows: lfccl li
ning in Uie western Jino of. Eightb Utreol,
at a point XI feet South from iU iaierscc
lion with tbelineof South ld o-ywaaMi
Slret, running ihence South with the line
of the aald W eat aide of Eighth street, H
fectand 6 incheti, tbence West !S feet and
ti inches, tbem: North 'J let aud 6 inches,'
thence Eat !W feet aud 6 indie lo tho.
West line of KlKtith.Strot, the beginning,
being part of lot 1 aud - ou lilork M. . ac-':,
coriag 10 me oniciai plan oiKaid t'lty. .
Term of saJooue half C4uli, bali.vaco iu
six. months with Interest from day ol
sale, MAKSbEN KEI.LAMT.
1ST ATE OK NORTH CAROLINA, NEW
HANOVKU COUNT V. '
Nanoy Cowau va Francis M. 'Mnut,
Thomas il. Wright and others. .
rHiy Hctlou i brought by tho boe
named rialulHl aga:jj.-,l Ibe ubuvv n.oiud
DflfiidaiiltiforllicotmpvHiHO tot tip Plain
till from lhe heirs of Jolte;. Wright, !
roMsctl, aud the. bcirn ol InhIicIIh Kainpauii,
ild-ea'tjd, ol I tie r al ettAte, orf ajiy Intcr
bt whiv-li lliey may have or cUim in wr
tain premises situated in the l ily ol Wit
mlngtou. County ami ti'.alo alove men
tioned, and which aredt M-rllicd in Ihccoiu
plaint. aud to nuiet tbe Utle lo tb said7
premises. Tho IeleaduU Frank I), Young
and bis wife Knuna W. Young, are hereby ,
notiflbJ and required to appear at tho next
term of the buttcrior Court, of the' imid
county ofMew Ifanoter, to to liuld at lbs
Conrtllnusc.ln the said Ulv of Wilmington,
on ibe I tth alondsy alter Uic Int Monday in
March A. I. lsM. Ki.d dtlon-l m KatdtH-lion.
tilvcu nnder my hand this 21 t day of April.
A.l. li, '
7 H. VANAMUIfJUi!.
i "--Clerk of hnirior Court
aprliyfit . .
OCK Xj i Si e"
Discouuis on Ltrge Ltl.
r UENCil j )
Rocky I'o (,'. C..
or cVti. r.Vl.Sl.tt. Jul,
ip,U,f ' Wllailncion. H.
MRS. S.I j. AVANTr,
aCXT aor to Mr. IV. .F. wnite . ua
Urtwwrw tu4an. Tbtiw Ni.'U
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CHAS. KLEIN "
Undertaker and Cafeltari
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