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VOLUME X VI.
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 1SS3.
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. -All-communications. oh business
mint be add rowed to Tub WlLMlNG
tok Post, Wilmington, N. C. ;(
Die pauish -Minister blew out his
brains because ho was made desperate
by hi debts:. Down south When a loi-
u crruwH Ueaneraie because 01 uw
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debti hciiiak-esanaiKumetit ana turns tll
lip Icl liljr , Hfe" mm uvav
full !' rocks.' ilar. . '
7 Hiu auy iioTthern, western or eastern
guUtiicru people as outrageously as the
"Tjial the old, wuniau's snuQ and the
,ld liifli'i pipej and the plug tobacco
vh'Kit poor men consume suoniu ue
latcd'iw luxuries only shows how pco
to can 'ri-liuB wlien they come to hair-MihUing-
They are not necessary for
the avvyl1 ' ''e lherefore th ese
afo not 'necessaries',: say these witc
ilsbbera in words. Shoes are not ne-
ccmtivA for lho..Hiipu0rl of life; white
tii.ni ood, sugar, cdH'ee &c, are not
; nectary, IJut those and such J ike are
j ocn'rthelesH not luxuries So neither
.... iTi. I,. I,, tint III in fir A 'J'litw
'! are in "'common use by peoplo whose
j means ilo uol auoru luxuries, xuey
1 ur6 i t't'iifiirc (uvrjurte."t$Jcw4 Observer.
We doul.it if within the entire range
i-j .. i
j political lirtiiusition a more nagrani
ui'l finking instauce and illustration
Un I c found of the dominating influ-
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encc ul pat usan uias .over mcupeia
ii,.nii,ln iiiilnrallv Ntrninr loirical and
... .i ..i ii,.ll... m. To oiifl unacuuainted
. ..n,ni.,.n,i,i,. f Miirh
Willi mviwini',h".'V'"y"j .
.ALL ......I.. .,, ;.....r,M ihkt
W words should have fallen from a
Lnycr,'a'hi:holar, an experienced legi
Ur nod a writer of established josi
"tit'min'lh" Held of political journalism.
K mure complete conf usion . of words
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Vhs. it is not possible to imagine.
iwij,'h.-sally and by the nil
toiiniUi wnrto, tobacco in all iU forms
ii s luxury and scarcely ever a no
cmUtA A luxury W tlellUCU oy YOr-
. - o i nr I
. tMlcr tu be something to which "wealth
i uiiJnUniiancc" give addictcdness, bui,
by tlio terms of our lriend's definition
' tuUic' is necessarily excluded as some-
thins in 'Common use by people whose
,kiMioi auoru lu&uiion. .-ii'iu"
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... . ,i J!, a..,.i -m.r.l to indiiliro
U-l IUWM' HllOVMUIIVW v - trt I
.du' i. int., a n.ssitv.
arth a resectable court
at:.. ..V.l .,1....ru a inrv tJint. uniifl f,,r I
UV auuiJJ lliniD J"'J .."-
ulay laborer's wife would be a neces
ary article, so tjiatif her husband .did
not siVoul it to her the merchant could
wit it in the face of her husband's pro
hibition, nn. Y make him pay for it. Vet,
uch a result would inevitably follow
it il be within the list of uecessaricv
:- In hUt working, poor man of the
cWm Mublenly dear to the bourbon
riatocriu y to be compelled to furnish
cigar to his hoicful young "dude,"
among whose couipantons they are 'iu
com oioii uic'."' Such would be tho
jvul-meiit ot tlu courts if fhey are ne
j jwaricj. Hut wc'CMinot be surprisec
; si any- dclinition of luxuries from one
I who luUUtat"sho'' are not a neces
"Uj, tio bstetihit, ye wives of brutal
hu4am.', tor the courts will, not help
you lo the Vlmury" of a pair of shoes!
lup to the gravr. on your Irosl-bitten
(!(. Jf hoi pleas J little ones. for there
' i'nd jHiwer :iu the law io force your
trucl ikher.lonliu ld you from the cold
ia jhA,j hiMitious brogsns.
tl the cttiuuon uie- vif a thing by
I thie wluwe nuMtn do not atl'ord luxn
ikes of ihem necessities, then
opium and nluAev are necessities by
, . , 's he uselves to t e
io4f sod ul destroying pleasures they
oJoiVc i startling proiHwilion truly,
"il, for intoxicating liquor to be gene-
a... It-.- la ! a a a
n. uvi dv jihobe least able to aaoru
jucccasiij which me law
wmild rrpeC At the risk of being
cwuuttM a vain dabbler In words, we
ill dciiie a luxury to be a somethiug
fiiUiMtcIv for-pleaaure. and
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n;a unpervtrtea nature, nevrr ri
fcet If this iL'rrSct. what bfcomtv
wuff and": tobacco?
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tt'iroa .Pcxin "It
Pc-in- lt was gratifying to jUons over to us. We aato cau
Ilev. A. P. Katoa of War- J r friefta against this man.
- t meet
10, N. Co here in the Interest of
ia lUptUts of this city. He admla
"4 the rite of baptism to the be
.M dauUter; of Me-ars. Wm. Hill
Md Jhn Cash oo So4ay. There was
u iB(tt trowd to wltnem the cere
Jtiae ttvrdon Beaoetl has just par
-Wi eiht Normandy home to be
Tho Criminal Court meets next Monday-
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a bWrified apple, found in the
groflnds of tlie Wilmington Compress
Company is attracting' attention.- ,
Messrs. W. E. Springer and John B.
rentine ieft Tuesday night for a
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tUUI Ul me uuibuciu auu nwKiu liKn,
Fr ccdmau's Bank.
Coniuiissioner John Jay Knox adver
tises iu another column for persona, to
whom the Freedman's' Bank in indebt-J
ed, to come forward, or send thoir. books
forward , and get their , money. Don't
jail, reader, to tell your neighbor of
this advertisement. - '
fciec advertisement of Jobu Cowan,
ftcerciary. caiiuic annual mecuDc ui
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magilralei of New HanoTr c,ottu-
Mr- Fletcher Manning, sou ofCapt
Ed. Wilson. Manning, jvbu has become
a noted opera singer, is hero on a visit
to his parents.
A large number of Wilmingtonians
are abroad, visiting the mouutains and
watering -places.. A' large proportion
of them are at the sounds.
We regret to hear that
Currie his returned from the Virginia
springs in very bad. health. .
like home for sick folks.
Mayor 'Mall attcuded the meeting of
tiie;lireclors ol the Cliulou and Point
Caswell liailroad which was held at
the former place on Wednesday last
Mr. T. A. Darby, former!
city, but now one of Florida's promising
and prominent business men
on a viiiit to relatives and If
tho past week?.. ' '
A number uf Wiliuingtoiiiails are an
licipating a trip 'to the llon Kxposi
lion, which opeiis.about tho lirst of Oc
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toOer. - - Hie railroads are expected to
grat ii raid. " !
iMr. tVw. McUlaminy (not the Major
but Hie Masbn) was pretty badly hurt
a few .ilitys, ago, fby the
iug of a
a , 4
lulling from th
J aiut s
building, the wcrk npon which
lle is Huperintcuding.
lion. IK Jj. liuscu anu lamuy, ucu.
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c If. UTanninir and wife, and Cant. E.
jf Pennypsckcr, Collector uftho port,
left Wednesday inoruing for Saratoga
ailj other points ,r and will be absent
during the remainder of the summer.
:wi? can i.tieiuiou - iu - wo ".
liir' ' II : .1 .....!:.-.. ... nil pa.pl Id.t.
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menloltne univcrwuy . oi yw
lina i" his issue. Ihe authorities of
. . . a a
this vcuerabie institution are Jaboriug
to place , it alongside the btst in the.
Parents aud guardians are in
vited to examine its claims.
The city authorities should have n
eye to the numcr4us cattle and hogs
that arc running at large-iu ineitceiB.
...i ...i.o,ni.i.Ki.. "rounded" without
- ' .i .. ..i .... i...-. win. .Up..K.
mercy lor tuey pny umi'.
,Vot vaVds" bv insertine their
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iiMta Ieiv,en mr ""'Vfi3- .. - .
A two story frame dwelling has jutt
been, moved from the corner oi r ounu
street and t'oltngo Laue; to make room
for a nice resideuce to be erected by
bv Capt. L .S. P.elden. The old struc-
ture has beeu l:tndel iu the vacant lot
on the west side of Fifth, pear Chesnut
Mr U. Hall, "The Pook and Job
p,ii..r .Tin-: calls the" attention of
m a i "-f-
Priuliui: House. He
.. that he can do as gooil work as
any printer tit the ciiy,nu.
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rales. e advise tuose ww wv v.a.
d.i,t in hla tiue, to give bun a can, as
e knowMhat he can iint win ma.e uis
An additiou of about thirty feet in
ltfh $nd twenty-livo fcet n width ii
bt4ng made to Mr. M. M. KaU'a store,
oQ j,arget street. Tbe interior arrange-
mcn,s uf lhe old store are also to be re-
mo.l-iied to uit the new, and the whole
ubtlesi constitute a very mate-
I u t.
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W. H. Branch is not our g
have so aunoiihcMUme and again.
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I ... nmnatautJv heaitOC OtPaXUOS
i jn .v - -- ,
who he has defrauded out oi monrj,
... a - . a" a X. . ww
pretending to be me agent oi me v-..
II baa never lurntM mj
; UleLeah's JlesilUy.
We have rcceiTtJ the first number of
la very excellent moalMy fWcauoo
i bf V Uwit cvUtor, at Mf0
(CUike Brothers, C8 and 59 Bible How
ew York City. The eooa ."T
larly well edited ana prtoiea. F1"
is only lw jeAr, or
See ad, Warren 0. Coleman, whole
sale and retail dealer in groceries, pro-
Visions, confectioneries, &c
Uftrry up the sound railroad. It will I
be a big thing for Wilmington, and the I
sooner our business men realize the
fact and take an interest in iU con
struction the better it will be for them.
Superintendent Martin is doing, his
norl fiwarrla V.r5 nfr?nrr aKnnf. fVi nrtn -
mi'mmatinn of the imrortant scheme. 1
and he has a number of able assist-
ants. ' I
Staeir VanAmrinze. an old and ex-
pcrience auctioneer, but who has been
out of the busineos for many years, has
taken it up again, and offers his serri-
ces to tbe public to sell stocks, bonds, I
real estate. &c, &c "It is a hard mat-1
ter to learn an old cat new tricks," so I
if lina nrnvpfl in Mr Vin a mrinvn'i I
case., He understands the business of
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auctioneer, lov it, in fact, therefore
toe returns to H again, ana will do nis
ilutv bv those who emoloV him. I
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m. Mil a . . I
Mrs. M. O. Wallace, Miss Nellie B. I
uook anu Miss Auice j. taroorougn, i
-a... . a a . -a- 1-a 1 Vi
oi .on . city, nave gone iiww, ia uurn-
pany with Prof. Nobles, to perfect
. . i a a. i ul I
r .i . i .I. I
tuemseives in tne art oi teaenmg wan
tne view oi coninouung sun more ,
tne success oi our graueu Bcnoois. xney
have alno been attending the state nor-
mal school. The graded schools are
an useful institution in Wilmington, as
i i . t mi I
they are elsewhere.
.Salef of Property
Uu Wednesday last' the vacant lot on I
Fourth between Nun and Church stsi,
6U1G5 feet, was sold at auction, under
direction of Marsden Belamy, Commis-
Bioner. S. VauAmrinee beior the auc-1
tioueer. and purchased by Mr. Dan.
O'O.mii.ir for t:7.r): also the i.ronertv
belonging to the estate of the late N. I
E. (shields, ou Dickeraon street, by Mr.
Bellamy as eveculor and Mr. Van Am-1
ringo as auctioneer, and purchased by J
Col. D. fv lei n .for f COO; also lot, corner
of Third and Nun streets, by Mr. Bel
lamy as Commissioner, and purchased
by Mr. II. -E. Scott for 1,500.
The depositors of the Freedman's
lisni are requested by Hon John Jay
Knox, the Commissioner, to cone e for-
war(. a(d get thc la8l lividend
liis advertisement in another column.
i' s - Manning.
- - a-
-in.;--mtiM..B.i .k. t. '
jg- 0f New Hanover county for the past
ten years, and collected at least two
million's of money for the people, and
aiway9 settled promptly the day,
t ' ' , t. A V a varaa' ro.
uour, yes, uu vuC ui.u.t, -
quired by Jaw, and has accounted for
his hands: who has acted as the;execu-
.:. a:M..ir. of
uve u.u.c. -
court, to the perfect satisfaction of the
presiding Jiidges, and has performed
all the other duties required of him as
sherifl to the entire 'satisfaction of the
people, has gone north on a two
mouius icave, -"'"i,'"' "J
and wi.i spend most of his time all
I r Maino:" Urn will, however.
i ucni.nuii, ......-.y ,
visit 8:iratoga, New York and other
I .....i ir imiiTipr ami wAterinr nl -
I ir"1"' .'
We join his many friend, i. this
city in wisning uim
a very pleasant
trip, aud hope he will return
proved in health. j .
It may interest the friends of Dr. L.
H. Fried burg, the able chemist, wno
mills at uromy, i .
ii "f - .L-.l-i..
Uon of cotton seed oil by the wet pro-
cess. lo kuow that he nas orougut sou
against William Laumer, 1 resident oi
thc Acme Manufacturing Company ol
Wilminirton to recover nine tnouaaau
- , .
dollars-damage tor siieageu orraca o.
... coatract between them lor the con-
8tructiou of the mill.
The suit is brought in the supreme
court of hew ott ana proce- was
served on Mr. Utimer a few days ago
at Srauga. aug 3-It
We publish the above by request oi
. ' i
I An exciung runaway "
i : .7.-1-.. it- on Wad nas-
,al ZZrho Bow
eras dririoc up from bia place, o
t -kw... h. became m-
I IUV mjm.Mv.,
iml u, blu bfokt, ipos
I .-. K 1 Kia raaLoaaarv
i nerv antou, .nw. v
i. nL JaahcJ off at rull sp U
.. i-:i: H KaJ not
direouooM J .
rua lav how-ver, before Mr. lWen.
findiilg all efforts to check kim i.
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JVITrr otil nolm. UcZ and Ed
rOd WliaOtn tja.j. .
. ;kt aatil aa faarhul
U"" "" , trIk. sritk ITtk
lit JBVtW" "
. m.kWKb-U raaaa ia tws.
. 1K a I raw a. t-0 aOTSO DTSW
down Market street with
loose and ran
..ttft iSrinriaa P at Mr. J. B.
Joaei at-vblea. K
. local snonii. -
The excursion season is dmwiag to a
(l.Q. aETeretiof Noci4b,.J
is in Wasbiogtoa. 'Hjft - -H1
Tomatoes have beeardiirjSaftt ia
market this summer
Mr. Patrick Donkm has
sick, but is out again. '
T"819 wer Ter7 ftw cases before the
I mm . at "
wiminai acourt aunng tne pa wee
Mr. Daniel A. Smith aa-aitf ealla the
attention Of the public to bit SpiemUd
"to of -MsM
Thelcrops in Cumberland, Richmond,
Moore and Robeson counties art said to
oe conaweraDiy oamagea bt p ary
weather. ' -V
Colonel George T. Wassom ua!beerj
miila miImw l.l 1V knlli tV'
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AW.; Railroad btwen3nTsx
Wilminrton. f ; ; a
tSee ad excursion to Smith-
mrilU anrl tha' Vnrtd nn ilMmprPiU. I
. -Uw v-w .
i 1 I . 1 Qt If. . - ' H1.MU.I. I
un w w xini vj ok nan i vumw
and Sunday school.
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jois oi strangers arts availing mem-
.l f iL. : i ir I 1 I
u. .M w.Ui..uu """ "J.
the various railroads, and a great many
a i ; a "tit: i z I
country peopie arc cunyng 10 rviimmg-
aau visimur iue waBuore.
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The most pleasant trip north, now,
i8 over the Wilmington AWeldon and
Seaboard & Roanoke Railroads to
Portsmouth' thence by boat to Balti-
more, and by rail to New York. ,
The Champion Compress Company I
have had their docks dredged out to ; I
depth of twelve feet of water, and in j
front of their wharf to about Bfteeo j
feet of water. This work .was very
mdeh needed. I
John E. TayloriSpecUl Deputy Col- l
lector, is nreaidinir over the Custom I
House with dignity and ability. We
have no doubt but what he will give
entire satisfaction as Collector during
the absence of -.Captain Pennypacker.
Sherifl' Taylor, of Brunswick, wts in
town Thursday. He says the crops in
his county are not as promising as they
might be,on account of the drougth,
and ne is alraiu toere wiiLbe too many
"nubbins" and (too few "full ears" to
harvest this summer.
It is reported that threeacolored men
went down the - river last week to do
some work near Smith ville, " and that
their boat capsized by a sudden squall,
anrl all were drowned. The families
of the missing men are. said to bom
great distress. They were to have re
turned home Saturday night.
The Biblical Recorder intimates that
a call will be extendei by the Fust
rn.u f JhU Htv to Rev. Dr.
" 1 . - V L ,V n v
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College. He is a magnificent preacher.
and uiey do say he wants to get back to
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il. j rajksvvi Ktevsi i riav. mrnni swirx..
r , Jna. Rowlaii has been sick
j agalnthi(l time with malarial fevers-
DUt hM Baniciently recovered to be
. aoje to on the streets.
I Rv. Thomas W. Brown, formerly ot
. t - ,
Wilmington, but now of Brooklyn, N.
1 V hu bfn hereon a vifH for tho
past week or two. He Jeayee Jor home
. ' .
Mr. Sam. Lazarus brOtber-io-law of
Mr, Dryfoos, of the firm of Dryfbos &
Sternberger, of this city, and repre
I sealed to be one of the Texas cattle
i Kings, la nere on a visit
I Irih Citiaca.
I " .
John Hpgtn a well known ilrish res-
Wcnt of cUj AM Tery suddenly
i Xnfday moraint last. He was
m inspector oa the W. W. and
i n . . ..tlmxt. ami had ben
..i,.- to his duties all dav on Mot
, . . to , -nrmearances in hia
UM,.i robust health At uight he re-
I lunjed homt pftrtook of a hearty sup-
i . Matd himself and com
raiiB, a newspaper, soon
.1 aiter wbicri be was aeixed with a sod-
I . -fig- became w-macioM.
His physician and the priest, Ker
Father Moore, ol SU Thosaaa' Oathobc
rnrrn w,ra sent lor. bt IM skiU ol
i i . . .,
the former was Und to be of ao avail.
- and it only remain to the latter to do
I what was romibl. under the cimim.
stancee U the discharge of Use aaties
f '7 Tr" -Z.TzZZ
I Until abOl t a. m. OW wavw
dU, e resiuw.
I kim for it OWW.
1 .. T 1 Uk tMf.a4 .4
nk wn. abort "yearsof -f
tki took rlaeo Wads-mday memtw. from
. I . .. - - - la.
I t-TilS)0C vs-rta, wa-r a - -
Uuaa Ma- was mid for tie se
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I thMOS U laS VAUKKK
1 and WtWy eT4 W 3
I Utps w - 1 "7 m
Uia dsaUk m said have
.To the Frnit Growers of XortU
The Second Annual Fair of the Fruit
Growers' Association will be held in the
city of Wilmington, on the 2-'a ana
2trd of August. The previous one held
in tlreensboro was highly satisfactory,
and as a first effort was a great success.
The attendance was large, the display
creditable, and we have reason to
ticipaie that good results will flow 1
from it, I We wish to make the next
One a grand affair, far excedinglhe
previous one. The, citizen Of Wilming
ton are anxious to have it iu their city
and have subscribed liberally of their
means for premiums, and will use every
exertion to make the visit of those who
may attend . pleasant and agreeable.
Wilmington has mauy advantages to
ofiert In the first place, it is the larg
est city is the state, having at least 20,-1
AAA Inltakil tnl. anil .'ma smnr AF mrpPSK
"m " rT' ..
nA.ii.nv sj iiit Duriinn: 01 iiuruiiijuu'
- rM(irtrf - mrt
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.1. ii.lilhi .i,r. hulmi. oirg a
wfco Q pnm. j.. U3 strive to
cultivate a laudable state iride among
is.. K . fi,rAi!n.ll. Th nconlc of I
1 1 I
this section are anxious to stimulate a
f it t de tQ Norlh Ci4rolilia fru;t
Krower8, and they l-refer lofpend their
Lmnor mon,r t.hwr own nooolc.f rather
J -o i - " " '
than to send it abroad, an ili&f have
been doing lor years. Tho rates of
transportation, both for passwigers and
frejeht on fruit bavo been made lower
- Kr,ir, ... North Carolina: in
fa-jt, all ireLMit tor imit wm iv, pre-
paid free of cost by the
We want you all to Conic and help in
show to the world what a magnificent
fruit country our glorious old state is
We want the people of the west to come
to .Wilmington to know our people and
and to see for themselves our beautiful-
city by the sea.
President N. C. Fruit G rowers Ass 11.
NEW ADVICIiTlrfEM EN'Jrf.
ifiE ANNUAIi MKbTINU OK Tll lv.l US
IplCEH ot the Peace and the Couniy Cnu
i?mis!iiouci8 for New liauovir comny, iur
the purpose of levy iuu tasc; aud I rauact-
lug such other uufcluebs us m.iy la brought
before tbeiii, will" be held at lUc lliurt
House on Montlay August .tli, lSij at 10
John cou ax.
GET 1 OI K
SIONIiY'S WOttTII !
DON T TAKE. ANY ONE'S WORD.
COME AND ENQUIRE
.71 V I9 11 M CES.
LOWEST IN THE jCITY.
SAML. O. HALL,
Job Printer. '
i: 1'HISCEOS STUEKT.
august a-o'ni . i '
HT. MARKS I'llUKCU AMI MM'AV
School, will give on nioie ol thtir i lta-aut
Excursions, to buniUNi'-lelaud tin EofU ou
I VfOXltAY. Al UVSV til II. ins:t.
The boat will leave shai at u-.iir.
All are assured a plo.i.iit liiue.
lfct of order will be presen cd.
Ihiin.llnrfnl rf rob till UlS Ulli t't' HlJ
I'eaimillre ot; Arrim-itriil
v it. ni srsi; ,
V I. Sl'EWART.
wm. sri.r Ivan.
ALEX. KEN N l. K
sag 5 It
D. A. SMITH,'-'
Tbe Latent And lUmlomcjt Stk,
ALWAYS ON 11 AMD.
SilXSEOOIS I IIHOFACTOHT
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HO 43 JIORTH ntOMT J-fliKKT
VARRUM C COLE AN .
WHOu:alk A. Riratt. t t-ttts
. . .:,,; UMK tbc
a complete stock of DRESS GOODS and Trim
no use FUK.vMsnMJra
At this season-BARCAiriGi may bo had in CAR-
, pets, as tne.uxoca
s make room for
MATTINGS, we Can bfTer extra good quality for
july 13 If
Rcal Estate, Stocks,
Bonds. &cr : ,
.solij IN FKONT of TllE fOUKTHOUBE.
YrK.VKS OK KXPJBKIENPE in this bosl
neKs warraut rue 1q asking tbe public
lor a liberal share or liioir tairong.
ang'j tf ; Auctioneer.
. UniTcrsity of Norm ' Carolina.
XT F.XT SKSSIONS UKUINa AUUUdT30tb,
l IteiruUir Courses of Study lead to
A. li.. I'll, aud II. 8. Secbil.Cour are
open to StiKlcnts. Bcliools or Law, Meitl
citmuiid I'huriuticv atlacbaa. A Twber'B
jov.rseol two ytais lias bceu ebtabllsbed,
Kkmi- 1. ii.VTri.K.Llfc U. Pres.,
auc;i It Chapel Hill, H. C,' .
THK NEW DKPARTURE
A Natural System of Learning Wri
ting, SiH'lling. English Grammar;
and Pii ud nation at Ihc iamc time. ,
liy J. 1. SLOtlM.
Tlio New lJeoarture"' in a new applica
tion tit an old idea: namely, that tuo.way to
iloall.ins; is to do It. rf' '
l.y iu aid .-tii-iiibinicUon is made Easy.1
and IvlucAtloii iu mauy valuable, things
ii i aue r ree.
IT IS LEARNING BY DOING.
"Tbe value of ail IMucaliOual systems
consists iu what they do to iucile the pa-
r.. mu..v.w u.....v. .
mil . v If. .In hll.iuair
unaided wltli tills
this nynlein la a inouln, tnan
th the best Eckoois with the old system In a
Mochaule vl school-work c&n eirc luitmo-
tion.lmt it cannot develop faculty, because
i ins depends upon sen-exertion
! sent to any address, poatpatd, on re
ceipt 6t price, $1.
E. 11. PELTON & CO.
Jloml Street, Neto Vort.
Fwm theao sources ariso tbreexmhJ of
tho dUeaauil of tha human raaa. TbAaa
symptoms lndicato thotr exiatenco ; lVaai mt
AspvUU, Uewels coaUve, SUest
ache, fajlncxs after casisur. avan
exertion of body ar mlad. Erwetatlaat
of food, IrrltalaiUtr temper, tVaw
plrtts, A rrellaa; or havtsva:
some datv. IMavlaaas, nastertSMt a Un
Heart, Ia4 IWore tha evwe. ktclUr Mb
wtrma (. rtaa, waviiraTlwai ana ae-
PlUjstutveroevrael. Tbalr aetlonoatba
Kidneys and Skin ia alias prompt; remoTlng
all lmparttlee throanh these three eeav
cnno nr nanaea or srriptnjj nor talcrJcre
wtta tiauy wetx ana ara a parsses - aaaa
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA?
rxE nxui ublb a nw atajta ;
" I bare had DTsaepala. with ConsUna.
t Ion. two voars, and bava trtett tvQ tftfllerent
kinds of pUls, and llll'B are the first
that have dueo tne any goo6. Tttej have
cleaned me oat nioely. My aspusa ta
rplendd. food dlfivatta readiiy. an4 1 now.
nave natural paaavraa. I taat un a usa .
man. W.U EUWABDS, iaimyra,0.a
rVtJeT-rrwkaraSe. Ottss.4t M Tfsy gLjr.TJ
Ciat Hjux on vr
siaauy to a Otusarr Btaicx by a tnale apa
pitcauon or tau irrm. boh try iTrertsts
?r srot by c rpreas oa receipt of 9 taaa-
Tim Mahal t r txvnx tttcm mtv
v:j;ut J ly !...., -
Less Thau Cost;
OF1 tKlSii IJTii Or IA-
Ja t'ats tVe. I.J r3am dat.. tresis
aoik te aryi tijm ta HL aa4
an l ifccst M tt a4 11T ee' tl
jy .i-ix. ., - -
"McDOli ILL & BOUDKaVS
is lac i-aAO- iv;ar iws .ntr
a4 H t-yiamSrt; Hi
aa ..- a Sea tlx 'lit C3am iiAJ
mjaasa a ata) a. tbllf
: rrr. : : 111 1 '
TsitTi.jr. rrr. rrj . .. -. .....
goods M sma<Y
rn usx qe cloaca 10
, Hew Coodo,
m vs,t f -i .r'. m
- x 1 nw price s- . ?.
R. M. McINTIKE.
UtVics or th txisMo or '
THE FREEDMANS SAVINGS
. . - . . . - i-
AND .TRUST COZXPAHT.
' -; WAaHiiroToif, d. Jotr isu. u&V
C Notle Is hereby given to the depoeltora
and other creditor of the Freedman'a Hav-
laps and Trust Company that a final dlvi-
dend of seven per cent, wa declared la their
tavor on the l'-tb
rer oent. in all.) i
oi May laau maklBK 3
Bf oent. in all.) and U now being paid . at
1 tbe ofhee of tbe Commissioner of said Com
pany In tbia city.
au uepoaivors woo nave noiyoi lurwaraeQ
their books for this dividend are reipsested
to do so at once. Books should be aooon- -panted
by the address of their owners and
forwarded to the "mjommlaaiooer of the
Freedtnan's Savins and Iron Cocapaay,
Wablaton. D. C"
Tbe amount estimated to be required to
pay this dividend is S182J97.S3L of which
aooui H3,uw nas aireaaj teen paid.
JKU. JAX K.I
F YOU WISH TO HAVE TOUR
Bll lieads. Letter Zleadi. Note Heads.
Cards'Tagg, Csrcblars, 1'rogammre,
ni..hl.l. IUInnu. IrlMt T.t.ta
I . .
- r-i m . 1 - .
VlslUng Cards, Wedding Cards. Blanks of
all kinds. Ac., A., ,
It in ted rrompUy and neatly. Write to
E. i. WAUBOCK,
' 4. o. iiox en.
v Wilmington, N. C
nUclcr to Editor of ibis paper.
Trl r.x?;-is -i
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D. BRUNHILD A BRO..
DistiUcn, I isteale -Uimt Dealer.
AXU lKO TR1 ETO KM OF THK
CHAM HON CIliAR FACTO KT,
Wlf.lll.TOW, N. C.
HICKS & BROXBILD i BEOS.,
LkS IJFACTUnJtKrt OF AXX KIND
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HA A fcriaESDlD A-avTMEXT
Cataaisere. : -7"' -1' '
VnUh U wQ art ai ataka ae
(a tl taaat sfiylem.
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