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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9, ISS3.
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Theubscription pride to The WlL
u.sotoV Post is I2W Ier year; six
All commumcltion on business
..belrwHedto Iue Wilming-'
k post; Wilmington, N. C.
" -l-he'yaiBcrtie,njonty in New
jery ns been reduced.
Miasfssippi, the negro-killing Btate,
remiios solid for the shot-gun and the
bowieknile- t m '
iifcsHchusetls, thank God, is against
BMciiDg the negroes of the south.
It bail"1 given. 30,000 Republican
majoruy. ; m ,
H(KRI FOIt. XUBUASKA.
Agnio t'u5 dear old Nebraska comes
invj line for law, .order and the Union
bj fifing :',0W lpublica" majority.
fcih branches of Tthe legislature of
St York have been again captured
br the Republicans. Por Cleveland's
dueomf.rt will be vory great.
Maryland came very near being re-
deemed by (he .-Union, lav and order
j; candidate-!, and it will be in 1881. The
1 good people, of that state are tired of
1 the orriiptionif their servants. It is
to- lay the most corrupt state in the
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'The S'(-'Fa"- its rooster up crowing
over the nerj massacre at Danville,
' V. That paper is known as a conser
vative organ and pretends to be in
favur of a lair vole and count, and ytt
ftknowUbat had it not been for the
wanton ma.'nacre; of negroes at Dan
ville, the state would - have gone very
largely fur the readjuater ticket
Sikamkk John Dawson,
November 7tb, 1883.
The lait whrill whistle of" the Bteatner
-arl an bete Uuy come, pell mell
ill ronfuMon. 1jVi life everywhere,
the l.y and siulhful loret to "trim
tbei, lamps," aud wJ'f n the emergency
couifs are to:i far away to confront it,
thougli they knew the cteamer would
hive at a certain designated moment,
fur with her "faithful Captain, Col vin,
he never varies. Vbt thev are behind.
While the energetic and prompt are
uUut duposed to complain of a loss
It of time, from (lie detention occa-
B until by the stopping at the sundry
Uudin;8 for freigln, a'we come along
tr'ueh w life; complaint is a standing
. dh for ihe human family, and motj
vuncioiH do many of them indulge inj
it. We have had some little experi
fnie and .opportunity to learn some
Iuiiik of hiiiiian naturf, and we have
ver fuiind that the most exacting and
: tJiuen, abroad, are those who have the
? J"er resources and UlpSsings when at
! Tlpy expert as much done for
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"7;uve ttnn tj the more uocra
tKi gnerous would f ir as many dol-
'r. They UoUl the nrcVle'isd close te
taeireje at to hide the dollar iu the
usance. .Bui then this is all, right;
Mi'iit it where nould be'thal vanity
nii li cousutute Hie ."pice of lift?"
Mr - Miior, is a lovely day
u.ture barmouiiui; ylUl ad pro
C'auu.iu theSuiiniie;attribntPa ofUJod
The foret bMri,lg au ia vet((ct
mi.iu with the scMon, demonratea:
ntP Aanlf however improvident
M may be, eack naxvti will claim and
t in own, the tebfe ed'orU of puny
' antrry, notwithstanding
D9 voice ot pn erastination, the f-
"U'UDy vMo nbnj, is only heard
- op uying i m, whoK cries !above
llinathl roar of the awful cataract
too W for Irieadship'a hand to
rc,1 him. I he only true philosophy
w aeu? upon nd utilite the pacing
me luuire may neter cvrne to
f t of ibi; we will
say more in
...way w Mhe day for the meet
c - oi -tap Urd of county commit
"m 'a pepder, aad as we had heard
uch Mid tVui the loos way in
"c.iftey did busioes." we felt iome
- .u1 i thai the only wonder to ui
they ever do anyt&iag right.
och coafuaionchaoa confoao
fwhl not more fully diwrgaaite
PHpei matter. There the poor
t, fully .wallowed up ap ob
".'Tr" lh naogry crowJ who, like
around a lreh carets, were I
20,000 MAJORITY !
Pennsylvania redeemed! Last year
40,000 Democratic.' This year 20,000
Republican. Hurrah for Tennsylva-
nia ! This insures it next year for a
Republican Presulent by'100K)0 ma
jority. The negro massacre at Danville
helped to do it.
pressing tneir bills witn a greediness
that argued great want and very lRtld
repard for the opinions of that august
body the jrreat custodiaus of the peo-
ple'a interest. You would have been
amazed to haye seen men who have so
oner charged the Republicans with a
ack of order and propriety in every
thinirj oblivious of cverv landmark of
ommon pro priety, anu even decency..' I
IS ever did we expect to see the proud
Democracy so wrped and twisted .by
pecuniary considerations. I (.dots seem
to us that for the standing and charac
teF of the dear little county, the boad
should put a stop to all such scents,
Let men approach them one afa time,
and then away from their table or pc
sition; far enough, at leatL, for thtm to
be seen and recognized nd rtsitcted
as business men in authority. Who
respects a body of men who will allow
themselves to jbe treated thu? Person
ally I. believe them to be gentlemen
who intend and wish to do 'right; but
it is imoosible to do business" satisfac-
torily, intelligently aud succfsafuTly,
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without a cnan-e. vny, sir, wne.i
tney were tHBvying ine ju-y .or c-
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cember .Superior Court, you eou.d bear
the ouiM.ters as a Darae wa? drawn out
procla.ru Uiut mat is a goou man; ue is
all riiriii; ne win uo. uu: neavea.ue
liver us from the futulure, un'ess the
nrerenl is changed. Ve are f r ordey, I
and the highest respect. to be laid to
thoss in authority
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The r jlored llreroe i paraded oa 'l u
afternoon and jirac.tlced with ttielr
ratus ou Market street,
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An unusually lare attendunce of du'u-
iral.es Is exnected at the auDroaehinK s-cfesion
of the Preshyterian'Synod in this city
Dr. W. Ci-'MurDliv. of render, went on
the boat ou Tuesday last to the raj cue-
ville futr. taklnsr Willi hiiu his t wo tiehtnti
ful dapple srays for exhlwlibu.
sea'taau naiuei Su3. : Carjt" niuililve
of Antigua. West ludies. vas drowuetl on
k,.l,.i-.. r Albert 11, WfiU'. h 1 OtT
Haltcras on ttie;4tUof October.
f Mr. Jacob S. Allen, ot lialelgli, is gettlug
a renuiuou s ovuuj ",",v',
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llolfv church. Ponder county, on Sunday
The Norwegian baniuo Kmbla, which
.l.-nm-J from this tnrt for Autweri on
Tuesday, tukts out C.USt casks.splrlts tur-
l.'llllllP Vll I ucd nt f 11 .70ii. M e s i i. L U.
MuictfTson Co. were tho hhlppeis
On Monday ulijht last the ' fllowlnj; del-'
tjiuea were appointed lo rbpreent the
Klr.t Aiii-ti.st church in llio impusibiaie
Conveutlou. whlcWiU neia in caicd
Ion on tliellth: Kev. Dr.T. 11. Prilchard
and Mosra. W. P. Oldham. Jas. . a.oiiina.
U), li. rirum.j. .aj.v. , . -
. i vir T.,.i.r i h vima w
I. Uoreaud H. L.Gore N i "
Th Wilailti Ktou tox Club haJ lively
chase ouTiiOidfy tuoriitus, latliH iroiu
3.30 a. m. to 10 oc ook, enmns I'V-mc io
tftklrn; refUiit lu a tree, where he cap
u-iii.nt liavlnir i-ct-clved MTlatfll.
ii'p win te turusd itMsoii the nihtiof the
full inoou. when a'u ' excltlns ruu is ex-
pccteil. lu which a buwwt.w. '"u'w" "
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Mr. James M. Wlbrook. a wen
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vn(lwn uj ireuiav uearicti ituun
tliril At hiA home at
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Rx-ky Point, otr Monday mornioglast
ol Ptieu moo iay. aged ouly 3l yeara
Deceased had many warm frieuds in
lis leaves a wile anu
Th- funeral took place
The Sew Uleewe.
St. Jam?' Cnurcli appoinU lhe,jol -
lowing delegates to the tonvenuon. u.
tbe new Uioc wncu .
bero, IKSN lam: .
Delegates: ir. a. j. ;
v .a V l .1) -a. I
Uurr ana .
a f . II V T1
PIkklea and Wm. Calder.
Alternate. Ii- Calder, J U Boal-
rieht. Lr Thomas F Wood and J as C
Muoda. . -; ' :t
lVdrmteaBO O SJonrood, Job a
li Davia, Henry D Sam peon, Samuel
Alternates J oaeph " D. Sampo,
William Stewart, John Nixob, yalen
CONNECTICUT 10,000 HI
Last year the state of Connecticut
went 5,000 Democratic This year it I
has gone 10,060 Republican. If the I
had massacred a I
few more negroes, there would have I
oeeu no iemocrauc votes t m m ine
north. . I
We have no hesitation in saying that
Col. R- R- Bridgers and Captain John
F. Divine are two of the best railroad
men in the country
Trumps are getting quite plentiful
Ciiy Surveyor Fremont has his office
i the City Court room
C. H. Weasell's new store at the, foot
of Mulberry street is a handsome build
ringing ot cow bells and the I
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Orinir of uistols should be strictly for- I
uiuucu u,iue sueeia, '
The funeral of the late Jas. M. West-
brook was preached at Rocky Point on
Monday lasi by Rev. F. H. Wood of
this city. J
A colored man named Henry Jewett
was drowued off a flat at Market dock
on Thursday uight last. He belonged
at Town Creek, Brunswick county, and
was about Jb cr iqjears old
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.-f. ; H Mannin colonel K. R
B .Qk 0o, p w .Foater Mr j,;. H.
,, unPrt ;n
Pender tolinty OI1 a hunting frolic.
M . , i , , 4
amuel Adams, a J. S. prisoner, un
der se'ntence of six
month imprison -
mer.t for selling liquor and tobacco
without a liceusf, was discharged from
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jail in this city on t riaay last, nis term
Col.. U, B. Short, of Columbus coun-
ly wai in tbe city 9P yesterday look-
I . -J I I 'Pt. il..l ! 1 U-.l t V.a
i ing wen. i,ue v,J"i1"c kuc
nsme of his office chauued from Flem-
ington to Lake Waccamaw, after the
b3autiful Lake at that place.
,er.irra7lo7; of Brunswick, ha,
seen a letter from Yi. H, Swaim, the
party charged with stealing a fine bay
horse 'from , Mr. ..'David Flowers, of
Bladeu ct-uuty, and a mule from some
one in South Carolina. The letter was
to bis sister aud was mailed atSJaueh-
Sui-itntl AHiHiant Kncineer -JK. P.
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I HtOOCr UBS OBCU liruercu lu luo vuui
mand of tbe steam lauucU Uiscover at
Savauuah. Mr. Webber has been tem
tuirar lv attached to lh Revenue Cut-
tr C.llax oil tnis staiioa. I'lle will go
to Savauuah as soou'aa his successor
(Mr. Ribitisou) arrives.
The name of the postofDce at Sriog-
er a lurnout nas oeeu vuaui(trM w
rr 1. 1 I . I I
caoiaw. So there are two oftices in Co
lumbus county the names of which are
; . . ... .. lake Wacca
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I maw wnicn is at ine nae, auu wi.
Short's otticf, the other callci Wacca
maw at Capt. J. H. Springer's office.
Phe1 i-erfurinance last niahi at the
Opera. House was exceedingly poor,
I . , r4wT concerns ought not be al-
lowed to rent our beauium ioeaire,
1 ii-l;,'u1u. tn f.l tki, r-onla.
lb leasee ougnv m giTo " """"a""
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i oeuer iiorwuvr
ljv. Dr. Prilchard, the new paHor
of the First Baptist church, arrived
. Sitiintm niifht last, and waa
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itL a ih deiv.ti by a number of ihe
members of the church, woo gave mm
. a tr
a warm welcome. I In tnouay oe
preached two admirable srmon.WBich
lu.ened to by Urge audwncea.
1 H f4miirhasot yet arrived, and in
meinlime htf u lbe gQo4 ot u
Geo, R. French. 5r-
1 .. ,,.. c. ta.Lnt
MP 1 nitt I V ii bj I ua. SJ71 avn mr
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1 rtl in t ulua PIUU WWrifaa
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I. ..... r aociaent rnw ws-
if- knocked down or the
fallinr of a bale of cotton against his;,
.k- .jhw iaa' fall upob kirn,
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anml inlftti nfBttttciioaa cos
Tu bat finally came to hisMeU,
it was found tkat be waa k41j
. rrkt- vi- arm
Ki do boa, were broke.,
Hi many frieov'a are gtau to a now
that be eiaped UgbU,. j
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SE.XT TOES 25,004 HLAJOBIT Y
Lut year New York west 196,000
Democratic majority. This year It has
rone 25.000 EepubQcan maiority
Three rooaing cheers for New York.
Let the roostera crow. Jhe negro maa-
sacra at t)iwvillf Vshmrl tn An it.
In the case ol 6. W. Davis r. Nor-
weirian Barane Ganirer Rnlf. for libel.
whlch WM trfed before the W. S. Di-
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lrict (jort last week, judgment was
rendered in fayor of the plaintiff for
$439.50, the vessel being responsible
for the casts.
Jerre Lamiere, convicted of embez
zlement and sentenced to four years in
8tata penitentiary: but who appealed to
ine supreme lourt, nas just naa me
case decided against him before the
higher tribunal; after nearly a year of
patient waiting. If he.had not appeal-
II. I 1 tl At
ea ne wouia now onij nave mreo jera
nu r:.:w n
lue uriiisa umjuo vjikjub nunu
cleared from this port on baturday last
took out 1,110 bales of cotton, valued
at $52,000, and the Norwegian Barque
Kepha, which . eleared the same day,
took out 1,800 bales of cotton, valued
at $86,000, a toUl of $138,000. The
shipments in both cases were made by
Messrs A. gprunt & Son, the former
to Liverpool and the latter to Bremen,
At a meeting of Mexican Veterans,
held at the office ol Col. J. L. Cant-
well, on Wednesday night Javt, Col. S;
Ls Freemont was elected President and
Ji O. Lumsden Secretary. The Secre
tary was authorized to issue certificates
1 to such members as may desire to at
I tend the national re-union of veterans
at Washington in December, and it was
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urged that as many as pos Bible avail
themselves of the privilege.
Re7. f. W. E. Peschau. of St. Paul's
jL,utheran dhurch of this city, left
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I ltaursday evening ipr ajonooru, id tuia
gtatg where he isto officiate as one of
I tne Spe4keirs in the celebration of the
I birth ol Martin Luther, the author of
f the Reformation which takes place
there to-morrow. On Monday evening
Rev. Mr. Peschau lectures at Charlotte
for the benefit of St. Mark's Lutheran
Church, his subject being the 'Ceme
tery of the Sea."
A cotton ore at Teach ey's Depot, on
tbe W. A W. Railrokd, on Friday
morning last, caused a big excitement
Nioe bales were badly damaged, and
I me wareuouse, m miu aumc pu
i . . j.-. i
was storeo, came near oeing aesiroyeu.
A school was in session near the scene
of the lie, under Mr. p.qgald. McMl
Ian, &.nd le childifjtf all worked like
veteran firemen in "toting" water in
buckets, pitchers, etc.. autl,, citiajr it in
the bandi of Ue men. who threw it
on the Are.
This splendid troupe was here aa
Friday last, and no Uetter minstrel
company ever . exhibited at the Opera
House in this city with but few ex
ceptions- Tbe house was the largest,
with but one exception, sioca the war;
at least 1200 people being present-
Mr. James H. Brown, of Qua city, u
trT-lin with tha coeapanv. and takes
rt 0j; lhe JVinceaaf Ma dag as
car, and the uousually large attendance
at the Opera House waa owing U his
popularity in his old home; at least
two-thirds of the audieaoe waa there
to se Jimmie. We vua aim ana
Sooae two weeks 'ago Captain L. N.
Siodder was ordered to convey the Rev
one Steamer Di. of SAvannaa, t
Xew York. They arrived in New Yr
latt Sunday mornieg, a week ago, and
oa Friday Baomiag Ue OoUax UA ta
Sew York dock lor Wilmington and
I ararhnnd off market dock ia lki city.
.aki the ulp in k- tnan fifty bow.
I !A,r u M of tBa
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uve an crvi.g - .y
eter see, and (torn wk4 t cab ieara
ol him time h o betlet worker ia
the orp-it. aiU ntke rtnt a
wiU be eauarwlj BveaBAAaaa Atail
I ad aaad remly lor t wtntaf GV
leg- TVeew a maaj yd da, srork
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j 15,000 MA-
Last yearshe Dja tocrats carried I
Massachusetts, but tSi,old Bay SUte
has 8gain wheeled intfee line of the I
Union, and on TuesdaTue state went
15,000 Republican. 3f ihe whites of
ine sou in continue ioaji negroes iur
political purposes, the:Fth will con- I
tinue solid. '
tev. Mr. Peschau, ;?t. Paul's Lu-
tiieran Church, preach sermon on
Sunday morning last ojsb-o "Results of
the Reform ation be. continuation
There were leu iuSrf'menU in the
various cemeteries d the week
endine on Saturday las& which four
were white and six cololed.
Mr. W. A. French i&jJ daughter
baye arrived ho ne aftet-a protracted
absence at Abe north.
A car load of westtg-'-N- C. apples 1
a f-kii 1 Ir n aai am. I I . v .-t Wv 7i 'mt iln aval Q (T f I
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consigned to Mr. K. iNlfll?tigall.
iur. v. r . .i..y u.ouuci vuuuy,
e d v iirii .. . "ifiEj!il-...-.4
recently du'ir ud an InJ'arl soear head
on his land, near whidjSre traces of
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Messrs. J. H. Daniel fij4
Jones of this city were 'tpyug the As
sistant Marshals at tli3FayelteviIle
Fair this week. ,
During th") mouth of dVtober Jii ves-
ipwr a ,ves-
sels arrived at this iportPTj' which 22
were American aud loere loreign,
aggregating Io.'JJJ tons?;"4
T, r ' , l45ii l-
Thfirn were b.t arres ..lw ihp no ice
of Wilrrvincr, Hiirini, 1 1 montK of
n . l'r . ,- i ,i
$100.13; and the pound to lU.2o.
Messrs. V. lu- Davis ilCSon caught
a large white shad in the traps at the
mouth of the river on Ftffiiay raorMng
last, the first ever knowaito have been
caught hereabouts in the tionlh of6o-
vember. ?f'.: t
Rev. T M; Ambler relCan inUrest-
ing.essav Monday nigfiO btlo(e the
Historical and Spientit; Society, on
MA Tradition Concerning? jUie Ancestry
of Chief Justice Marhy;i?
The foreign expjrts frjfm this port
for the month of 'Jotobr just closed
fooled up in value $7J3rfrp ,of which
$7.12$ was carried on Atirican-! and
$718,387 on foreign botlow
A special term ot tho crftTi'mal Court
has been aunou need byJige Meares
kji tne juiu ijsi., maue ttw'cessary oy
the fact tha'. the Superiorgiurt meets
on the first Monday in Dethiber.'
The receipts of cotton'ai'thij iwrt
for the crop year lVom t&pWttiber 1st
to November 1st, foot uploOl bales,
as against 30,114 balos irrthe uoie
time last year, a gain of lates.
The BarJ ol CjiaaiissiorbefS for New
UanoTercounty m;t ia,rcgrr monthly
asssion Monday lau PretKd; H. A.
Bigg, chainum. aid tCjiuiiouers J.
A Montgomery, R G. W'W, E. L
Pearce aod linger Moore.
Tbe Treasurer submiiteih;m nthly
report, for October, ahowioa. balance
joahaodof 112, ll-of wjs?cih tS0
u mscertincate of deposit a,i exhibi
ted five con poos of 3.Kl aa and two
of $15.00 each, which I wrrt-Luraed in
tbt presence of the.LoArd. he Eda
caUonal Fund shor a baiaG of $40,
The Register submitted bimonthly
report of teem received for -wiiiage li
cenaea fll.ti and exhi?rJ tee
Treasurer's receipt for the
Ordered, that the p!l tax raia J.
F Sellers, Cape Fear towatJvps- be re
mitted, that poll tax cbArfwwa. J.
W. Dame ia Wilmington ul4'iip bt
remUted be being a resiicof Har
eU WWMtif. - that ifjll ui: )f 11
Uclavle be remit:!,, be Wa rrai
dent ol Colasabo oooaty; Itt Ut
CAarged agaiaM Car! Marge iVderal
txuat tawawAip be rvaa.aol.J tAat
Ueary E. KaaJ b cLarptvl t'ia fvil
tax la said towat&ip, tbe laagaa
him. la WUmigtm towaa:piajg rr
Ordrtl, tkai tA iaa W.
Wiggs W ao&y m Aawl si f 4,1
cerrctei U ltd. A; . ia41 lu
on $l,0u0 listed aa money on hand by
Eev. Dr. Wilson, be remitted. Also,
that the tax on $1,200 income against
W. B. Phillips be reduced to tax on
N. F. Nixon wis graated license to
retail spiritom lrq jors for two months
fn-i N'.vembcr 1st. "
lit-mi.-i-iii of pull tax was ordered
Tur Wm. Jjncs, Philip U. B!ue, Eliaha
Merrick, A. M. ( had wick and Lisbon
Smiih. f ,
Ordered, that all persons who have
made themselves liable to the payment I
oi a aouoie tax on account ot aeun
quency in listing property for taxation,
be relieved from the payment of a
double tax, and that the sheriff be aCt
thorized and directed in all case3 where
a double tax is charged against a de-
linqueat, for 1833, to receive ami re- J
cwpi iot a omgie ia wmj, upon cci-i
tificate from the Rsgistsr of Deds set-
ting forth that such tax has been
charged as a doubla tar atrainat auch
The 8choul committee for 9choo, di8.
, iessmant act. a.sHPJwmnt ta
ceiyed 11 votes; no assessment none
Ordered, that the clerk of the board
make a list of all taxable property aud
polls of the white lax payers of Cape
rear township, and command the
sheriff to make an assessment of ten
cents on the dollar, and on the white
polls a tax of thirty cents each, which
said assessment aud taxes shall be paid
over to the county treasurer for the
benefit of Ihe public schools ihsaid
towuship lor white children only,
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u'"o ncicu-onu ivi iuo ucnui i
aD(j Crimiual Oourts; as follows:
I oiTPrmriD eiti t?'r i.f tcn w rrir
J A Wilkinson, . 11 li Ueide. J M
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uunobcu, u.nntuuaii, j row-l
ler. J H Schroeder. C W Stokely. W H
N Koch,; James P Watson, George
Grotzen, Daniel Lee, Williani Monroe.
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J A Hewlett, Charles T Bouum, W
Skiuner, C Lietgn, Joseph fDoane,
(.Jeorgo W Hughes,-Duncan M Wil
iiam3 JohnTBiddle, B J Jacobs, Wil
liam Uahn, John W Gerdtsj Charles
Robbins. if -
I - ': CRIMINAL COrjKT.
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14 x A " " --er, n nuam
Jackson. Jacob Scott, A A Uartsfield.
, ,ul"D; u J eorge, n la S5-ott,
I Tnrling'ton, James A Tare, Robt Green
I C W McCIammy, Thomas L Williams,
John E Y George, Roderick ; McRae,
Charles Craig, WH Flinn. William
I Walters, Henry Reeder, Nicholas Hul-
leo, George Chadbouro. F J Lillv. ir.
H N aftr T P Sykes.'D B Mitchell,
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I KI.tt.lt VI'll UKKVITItH.
A dcsiiucl: Vcycloiic pxuscd. through
Missouri on MOuday ial, wrecking many
itoi-(s. At Sprlnglield thirty bulldlas
were destroyed, nearly two hundntd others
damH'.'Cd hudft number of the inhabitant
klllsd and inured. Lost f loJ.''J to IJA', tWJ.
The Savannah surlerer havo received
Three colorvi children, locked up la
their housa by their parents while gone to
churcU. Were burnel fo death at Suford,
near KaJeigh, on Sunday night la; I. tha
btitidimr haviu" causal fire. L
Mr. Eil.il.eth 11. Gibbs, wiJow ti Dr. is.
1". uibbi, C. S. N.. threw hercif from a
Ir.m Dlir lUJliiujre oa Saturday "last aod
died Boon aflcrTarda.
The turn of th.0OJ,vMi w Hi lw rt-iulrd to
y ivan:on for the next fW; X year. f
Arthur B. John u, a protnlncal Uwyrr
and Hlitician uf L li. , N. Y.. abot himalf
dead wilh a p:Ul oo .V(urjtit murnloi
P. N. GUalier, the oldcil editor in the
I uiled Stales, died at Cbaxioui wo. W. Va
The u:i o( a 'oil .he J at St. Ju . N. P,
auJ two tuca and rnjujjr wniii
four o.tit ra.
The giawotk at LaaUU, 111., wtia
turutd oa Monday. ! f )..
The Ip will bold oaalVavua mlta
uiuvop on tbe anWte of Inih lnal(!t-
ttoa to AmtrK i.
A wealOty ciUio of Mdvaakc. Wta..
named Jco Kipp. w hU oa ba w l.oca
the Meaieia Oralrai Itiaitm, t
cwmoMtl u f . aad Uan nor lr4 j
road HU, wba arjaUy uur4
(Tm'iwmcS- drLfliavcal U 1 tbe t
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:j ts?f Lao u ia ti hvaviUi.
Tb be BftT of roU4i MUtof4
u Uv- of wahrfc Li' m Amr-
rMMllbu .luaui ILkiiWay CM(;
Utt ..m4. tor avlMSf-aiae tea t
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uiba iAc.i: rvjrt l Is
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A a-r eua m amaafa ul a
hh4 y MiaMa em MatAt
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ASHK On November sih.at&SO o'clock
Aiacs Ashx, wift of J. A. Aah,'sed 46
The lanera.1 wilt Uka place at 61 Bt-
phena church, thli cvesinc (Kovember
5th) at a o'clok P. MKrlBd and c
qnalntancea are lnvite4 to attend. .
NEW A u VERT1SEMENTS.
PARKER & TAYLOR,
Dealers In the celebrated
"Sontnern Oai" e
Beating Stove of every variety; Guns,
Tinware, plated Ware, Lamps and
Lamp Goods, Grocers' tcalea. Drill
PutapSvJte-osene Oil, and Ilos
Furnlbblng Goods fenerallyi
3 SOUTH' FRONT STREET.
Bargains in Shoes,
"yy K U WE A LAliOE STOCK OK
Boots and Shoes
and orrcit srEciAL ua no A INS ON
OMENS MOROCCO SHOKS AT tl.Zi
and H, WortA f 1,75 aud I X0. v
Call early nad get your Winter Shoea
- GEO. R. FRENCH A SONS.
10S North Front Street.
B. F. Sparkrnan,
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Hood, easy aha ve and hair cut lu
style, l eriect satisfaction giveu.
attention paid to family work.
,, Wllmln Um p, KraukJ1 u Kilu,eU I',,.
Gazette, .ltitre News, Norfolk Vir-
Klniau, Norfolk Kveula),' News and Port.
mouth Times Ukeu .
WiMiuEtOll. COl. & AI15IISti R. BldO..
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SKCKKTAlY S OKHCK. ,
WILMINGTON, J C, Nov. lst.l.
ii kmMu.'j ir-iTlAj
rpiK annual mkkting ok
I btockholdera of the Wilmington, Columbia
A AujusU R. R. Co, will be hold at tho Of
Oca of laid Company, in Wllmfnglouiou
TUESDAY, tba .lUb Instant; ' I
J. W. THOMIVjON.
nov 2-il Secretary. -
WilmlEEtoa & Weld on Railroad Go.,
RECHKTAHY S OKKICE.
. WILMINGTON, N. C Nov, lu l.J,r
Pill: ruRTY-EIUHTH ANNiaL MttT-
ng ol the Stockholders of the Wilmington t
& Weldon R. R. Co.. will be held lu llit? Ot-
flceofaald Company, lu Wlti.ulugtuu, od
Tuesday, the '.Vlh taHnt.
nov 23t i Mrelax .
A Brilliant Scheme.
DISMAL SI AMP ; LOTTERY CO.
The tranchlM) of LhU entrrpnao ia ta-d
upon the hartr granted by Uij Ixiia1-
tura of the Htata Ut tba IHanuU mp
nal Company, andrlu l sutjf bu tn
JrlyUaled Iwtore the Court.
Tha -object- In view l tlie "laupro..
ment aod eitenalon' or Ilie t"ni. m l
that ftrll opportunity mar l utxen fur the
purchase o the licKcla, oi wl.lca Ittcra are
25,000 WITH 356 PRIZES.
the Drawing haa bean ft inl t the
22d of November, 1 883,
at which time. W4THUT PiWTlTlN E-
MENT. it will bo made la tha cHy l Nor-
foik. brfora the puMlr. and ondrf luv au
pmlilffli'ot a. iuamnll nt rui.l rn-.
HDt. anl lo liae tnt car k aw-vnllOfi
-Tickt Wrar'.bg date Hr ttue iXh
bold good for the l.vawiag ol-l JavveeaiMt.
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Capital Prize $5,000.
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