North Carolina Newspapers

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rraelmg, : Stfodari r
erpted T
JOSH T. JAMES,
-TBACRIFTIO rOBTAGB FAUX
tuot. Blx month, tiOO, Throe
.tfc, $!-'. One month, ttoetita.
will be deM vrd by carricra trM
.la ar part of the elty,' a the above
jo cenU per week.
T-rtising ratei Itnr and HberaL
ja-SnbCTlben wlfl report aay aal an fafl-
to reoerre then- paper regularly.
TTvc Daily Review has the largest
Sesut fide circulation ef any newspaper
in the city of WUmxngton.
Mr. Flward R. Stanly, formerly a
orominent citizen of Newborn, but for
eight years a resiuout oi wuwajf,
j died on Friday night.
JJore nominations were sent In by
Ir. Anbnr daring this seeeion than a
tnj short seasion iince the war. There
otrt 6?2 executive messages.
The Atlanta CcnstUnticn 6ays that
Rerdell. the Government star route
wttoe3. is a G org tan. and that his
proper pntronymic is RudeiL . " We have
Southern spinners have taken 200.000
b of cotton for home consu m pt h n
since September in, lew, itiu is an
i urease of 45.000 bales over the 6ame
p.rioe of last year.
It it thought that the letter postage
reduction lmm 3 to 2 cents, which got
inlo effect October lot, will reduce the
ptwtal revenue foar or fire millions o1
dollars the first year.
The superintemlent of public instruc
tion in New Jersey has issued an order
absolutely forbidding corporeal punish
ment to children in the public schools
iodcr any circumstances.
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Mr. C. N. B. Evans, the oldest jour
nalist in North Carolina, the editor of
the Miium Chronicle, and a member ot
the State Legislature, dinl at his home
in Hilton on Saturday last. ,
Governor Stephens' body was hardly
cold before various candidates for gub
ernatorial hotmrs were laying wires for
the nomination. The living tread rap
idly ou the heel ot the dead in thi
country.
The camellia is likeiy to posfess fra
prance as well as beauty. A yardnor
al Naples lia produced one after raanj
trials, and thii.ks i: possible that in the
future it may be brought Lo rival the
Irarauce of U.e roso. .
' It ii, says Prot. Bockmorr, the male
toad, and not the frogs, Ui whose music
ppl in the country listen in the sum
mw evening. The female toad rs not
muiiea!. II is well enough to know
this very important fact.
Aa Iowa editor a few days ago, while
n a drunken spree, tried to shoot him -r?fthroaxh
the heart, but was too
drunk to eboot straight, so he made a
mistake a to the location of his heart
aoJ put a bullet through his dinner.
The foundation stone of the Chtrrch ot
the Saviour, in Vienna, is a block of
marble quarried- on the Mount of
Oliveu. The church will cost $1,875.
000. and is a national thank-offering for
the preservation of the monarch's life.
M. Bartholdi's gigantic statue of
Liberty is so r.earlv completed that
much of it is ready for shipment of
America. The whole of the figure
probably will have reached New York
before the end tf the coming summer.
-Only $80 000 of the $250,000 pedestal
fund required have been spbscribed.
We would respectfully suggest to our
friends of the two Rockingham paper.-
that the thing is getting a little monot
onous. We are surfeited with sweets,
leUow-cUizens. lWt display such a
bitter nriiabotxt a trifle, and Rocket
to sleep. Shake hands across the bloody
chaMn. if not for your own aki s.
th n for tbo sake, of a long-tofferif f
public.
Salt was considered a great luxury
raong the K"iiians. and tho word sa
ry u derived fnuu talariuin, or an n
lovance) fait with, which to season
Vs Iih'nI. In this fart probably iri:
inated the phrase about earning one'
lt. tad there Is another fact suggest
ed here. tun. . Salt, which is now a ro
hy, was formerly a mere luxury t
life. It is an excellent epecirio " in the
ur of so.ut complaints but it U a min
fJ and its tue, or. rather, abuie,is del
tri'Csto the human system. It I
aid that the salt obtained by eva pora
0ch.' torlatanoe, as was 'boiled
vn' in the salt pans at Wrightsville
ftd Masoobom during" the war, was
wtldeof the kind known. -
Quarterly leetlncr .
To the-Wilmington district of the
MethofiUt . Church, sTiuth :
-Olnum. at Andrew' Ciptl Mar. lo-U
Otebargat Hallv...?rrr..Man 17-18
Newton Grove Mission Mar. 21
C&rrell Mission, ajt ' ,
rrorrideace -T. Mar. 27
B. O, Buxrrow. P. E
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VOL. VII.
LOCAJj NEWS.
INDEX TO HEW ADVERTlUHEiTg.
. Yates K aster Cards j , !
W H GKEEJt Garden Seed '
Mcxds Bros Garden ed i
Gastox M. Hobbs Poetry
H sink BcaoEK Caster CrJ
OTTBKBorao Best Une of Clothlcg
Mi;S E K ax tra rira of the iti6yn.
Giles 3t ucxcmsoj Bl qn Figures
R J bCAXBoKOCOB kioo Liitorft
. Johjt J Hzdxjcx roJtlvf Bar.-slas
Keecbnex a Cauxk Bxos Uroecrlos
W 15 srxrxoES 8c, Co 1 be klaoe to Bay
P Li Brixger3 & Co WhUkejB, Wloe,&c
The receipts of cotton at
thls
port
to-day foot up 442 bales.4
Schr. BotUrlKwaite, L&nk, hence, ar
rived m Boston March 10th. . I
Steamer VcsUx. hence, arrived at St.
Augustine, Fla.. March 0th. '
Schr. Mary 7,. Junn. Ilinden. sailed
from, Kingston. Ja., Febl 23ud, fur this
port. : . . '! :i
Mr. Isaac Shrier left here this morn
inz fr New York, to be absent Bjveral
weeks. : . '! . I
.The receipts of rosin at this port to
day were unusnaliy large. '1 hey foot
up 3,412 barrels. ' j
r Steamship Regulator. Capt. Doanc.
cleared at New York, March 10th, lor
this port antl sailtnl the. same day.
We are glad to learn, as wo do from
the News ami Observer, that the Miase
EngelharJ are improving, j I
. .Rei8tation goes on very slowly. In
ihc Thinl Ward, up to the close of Sat
urday, only 98 had registered.
There was some rost and ice fviaible
here this morning but not enough to do
any canicular damage to vege aiiou or
Iruit. " 111
Mr. E. A. Oldham, of this city, will
assume charge of the editorial columns
ot the Winston Sqntinel on or about
the 5th of April, . . .
There was plenty of ice and snow up
about Laurinburg anl other points on
the Carolina Central last Friday, and
there are fears there for the fruit crop.
a rheumatic young lady at Vassar,
Whoe teacher declined to pass her,
St. Jacobs Oil bought, j I
And the cure it wrought. - "j
Showed that none could out class her.
The off-shore signal prcd iction of
Saturday came to pass yestorxlay ini the
hape of a pretty stiff breeze trom; the
Vet what you might call all reef-topsail
breeze and now you know just
how hard it blew
Five yonr.g men now form! the choir
of Su John's Church. With lone ex
ception, they are all railroaders. They
sang yesterday for the first time in
public, and it is needless to say that
they were on time.
Hon. R. R. Bridgere is naving some
very substantial improvements made at
bis residence corner ot Front and Chest
nut streets. The old woden railing
hns been removed and a handsome iron
fence, with granite base, is to be erected
in iU'place. Ii 1
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Wo had the pleasure this morning of
a call from Mr. George, A. Southall,
formerly of Duplin county, but for the
dafct two y-ars a resident of Saratoga,
New Yoik. He is in exoeltcnt health
and we.are'glad to know that "prosperi
ty attends h'm rn his Northern home.
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Wiggins' storm was a decided failure,
but there is no doubt of the political
storm that is brewing in our oity. The
municipal election at hand, and that
subject engages the most of the spare
time and attention of many of our
people. W . ' ; .'. f M. "
The post-o3e department has adopt ;
ed a combined letter sheet and stampei
n vel pe. - Tiie il lay in the- man uf o
ture has befn owing to (h6 prnposel
reluciion in the rates of postage That
bing decided we shall soon have them
in full supplv.
. A few nihu 'mou iuo scoundrel
broke into the c mservatory of one of our
business men who takes much pleau-e
In the cultivation of choice plants, and
stole about thrco hundred of the bes1
varieties onder cultitation there. In
stances of such depredations are becom
ing entirely too common, and we hope
thai the day is not distant wheo some
of these prowling rascals may be caught
and brought to grief by the -rigid hand
of trie law. ..-
Postponed. .
On aocoantof the lectaro of !pr.
Deems, to-morrow nl-ht, the regular
meeting of. the Uterary Clnb of tho
Library Associatioo ia poetpned'ontll
tha nibt of the 2Cth instant. '
WILMINGTON. N. C. MONDAY. MARCH 12.
We are glad to learn that Mrs. J. C
Bailey, widow of the late Mr.J, J. C.
Bailey, who had the misfortune to fall
nearly a year ago, by which she sns
tained injuries that j have f necessitated
the use of crutches, has sojfar reco vered
as to be able to dispense with them, 'and
is now able to walk with the assistance
ef a cane. She Has been severe : suf
ferer, but we now hope for a speedy and
cons plete recovery. -. .
Venuor's Guesses
' Vennor guesses as follows for lfiis
week: 11th, raw and cold, with snow
and rainfall; 12th, 13 and 14th, colder
but moderately ; findiweaterv indica
tions ot an " approaching wet period ;
15th and 16th. moderate weather, but
snowfalls or rains at southern points
and western sections; 17th, cold dip
and scattered snow (alls, rain and sleet
south. I. : j v
The Date of Kaster.
, About this seagoa f Ib yc arx roany
people are asking What ft is that J deter
mines the date of Easter. The answer
is, the moon in. March, which Tennyson
calls "the roarfrig moon of daficnlills."
The old rnle is that Easter shall fall on
the Sunday after tho full moon which
comes after. the vernal equinox. That
brings Easter this year on the 25th of
March. In 1818 'iVfeif on the22il of
March, the earliest date possible. ' It
will not fall upon that day again in this
or the following century.
Supreme Court.
In this Court, on Saturday? the oon
sideration of appeals from the fourth
district was-reutu4. and causes were
disposed of as follow:
Charles Malloy 't at 4 vs.- T. J. Bte
defi et als, from Richmond AriiiKj bv
Biirwell. Walker & Filiettfor the plain
liff. and Frank McNeill and John D.
Shaw for, the defendants. ,t.
State vs. R. SJ NHidi. from Riohmond.
Argue I by Attorney General Knau for
the .State, and Bur wet h Walker &
Tiilett l r tBe,deteiidanC ! jr i T
"State vs. Riuce Rpcr, from- Rich
mond. Argued by; Attorney General
Kenan and Jobn P Shaw for the
-tate.and BurVell. Walker & Tilletl
for the defendant.
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Uurfflary,
Sometime between Friday night and
Saturday morning athiet Lr ke into the
room of "Mine Most" Schloss, of the
Commercial. Hotel, and taking the
pants from beneath his pjllow, took
from the pockets all the money they
contained and the key to the sate. The
thief then went below to the safe
vhich he opened and took therefrom a
small amount .of changeaRd left, prob
ably having been frightened away be
fore searching any further. The total
amount of money taken was about $12.
Two young colored men were arrested
and had an examination before Justice
Millisto day. charged with perpetrating
the crime, but the evidence not being
sufficient to bind them over they were
discharged , L .!
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Rev. Dr. Deems is expected to arrive
in this city on to night's train 4 He will
be tho guest, while hcre pl Mr. Ge r3c
H Kelly, on Second, between" Chestnut
and Mulberry- streeU, and tio-morrbw
forenoon will hold .a reception at Mr:
Kelly s residence, where he will be happy
to meet those friends and acquaintances
who may wish to.see him. 'Daring the
afternoon he will take the rest and quiet
needed to prepare him for the duties of
the evening. . J . ':- .
Dr. Deems has many friends and
admirers In this city, and it may bo
expoctel that a large audience will
greet him at the Opera House to-mor-
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undoubtedly be made interesung and
those who attend will have the eatisfao :
tion of knowing that they listen to no
trifiing matter.
Muhlcal Charm?.
We wonkier if any other city in North
Carolina is so sorely afflicted with
harmonica" as Wilmington. y , Nearly 1
every boy, blacfc or white, has one, ai d'
oaeh a lavorite melidy whioh he dig
est nurse almost unceasingly. On one
inare we bear Dixie" given with ;a
vim. while in the next we are saluted
with the dolorous siraing of Empty It
the Cradla. I n one place rMagsfe
DArling' Is tha favmlte. while in an,
other wo are told that 44 We Sliall
Meet in the Saccharine Subeqaently.n
One tU Grandfather's Clock": to
running while another tc!U us that he
U "Going away to die no njonvV whiah
he hai oqrf nnqualified consent , to d ..
Soni uTtha perform era j-lay iulte -el't
bat wnen a eamoiT nx ir.eqr xu; togey
cr. each fct woric na diprcnt ppd7
thsrs ii conJcIna worta poafcniJed. .
" For Pocket' Knives or Table Cutlery,
to JACcn'a nirdwrro Depot. t-
The Uocky -Mount JIlail'.Rob-
" 'v ." -lerle.
We traderstand that a.' young man by
the name of very,j of Rocky1 Mount,
was arrested -on Saturday charged with
robbing the 'IJnited i Stales mails, and
that bo was to have had a hearing to-day
before ihaTJ. S; Coniiu tssioner in
Goldsboro. -iThis arrest is looked upon
as a sequel; to the arrest; 'trial -ahd
subsetjlneott raoquittal pfc EenningtonT
some little time since ppstnjfaster !at
Rocky Mount, and it will be felt as a
reliefttoeVery fman in tho7 service on
the routp, as there, have been robberies
whicjunj-il now have-not .been tract d
to-their source. Avery is a bruther-in i
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law to. Arringlqn. who was postmaster
at Rocky Mount some few years ago.
before" Pennington came in on the
scene.' and the former was a clerk in
the office at tha time, j When Penning
ton appeared on the boards there was a
violent antagonism between the new
niarf and the old. Pennington whipped
outf JArringtbhi was ntminated ! and
ponfiriiel ;md 5 tojk- Charge of the
office!" "Avery , was thrown out of.
a job r but v hung .around the
office as a. kind if .voluntary assis
tant. 'jMoney vas missed, Penning
ton was suspected and arrested antl the
office. pasisel into tho hands of ,
who appointed Avery his" deputy
Since that time the losses in the oflic
have increased and a few weeks ago a
n,gisteirdfwekage which wa3 nlle4.et to
contain between $(XCK and $700, sent
from RfMjky Mount to Norfolk, was
found, on arrival :il the postoftitro in the
latter place, to cimtaiu nothing mow
vardti1fttrfstprr;'- The pack
ite, it apfeared. hal -neveri been opetml
anl the! iu liter, f was traced baok to
Averj. wlu had i'eeived the money. for
ta.tiihvl5sun, nnd he was arreted. It
I- now believed that he'fctwle.in ull prob-
S l-kt
'cnoin.i-
t n was arretted .
Farmers-" wishing to be . successful
with sheep huld ;uard I hem against
exposure. But it in fhelterinii his sheep
the fanner exposes himself and c:iiehe
coid. hu mut use Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup.
ExptirLA Foreiirn.
SweI. barque Thcodor, Capt, Larsen,
cleared to-lav for Riga, Russia,! with
3,197 barrels rosin, valued at $5 072 68.
sh pped by;Mtssrs Paterson, - Downing
& Co. " : " '
Masristrate Court.
Andrew, Loflin, colored.
iwas ar-
raigned before Justice M illis
to-lay
u pon a peace warrant s worn ou t by
John Holt, alsb colored, and was re
quired to give a bond in the sum of $50
to keep the peace until Sept. 1st, 1883,
in default qf which he was committed.-
Elias Campbell, .colored, was then
arraigned, charged with an assault and
battery on Cam brick Ilines, colored.
The defendant Was foundrgnilty, but
judgment was suspended upon payment
of the costs ' ' i , .
The celebrated Fbh Brand - Gills
Twine is sold only at Jaoobi's Hard
ware p6pofc. :tt -?.- '
A new and elegant Mason . & Hamlin
organ has been received and placed in
position r-jj9jTileBVny school. It is,
we learn, a; present from Mrs. Ilem
raenway, of; Boston, ; by.;s whose bene
factions the school has profited so much
in ma pasc - ,
Preliminary caucuses will be held in
nearly all-the wards to night, to enable
the voters to get in good working order
for the regular preiiuary meetings which
are to be held on Wednesday night, the
14th insL Vre presume that there will
be a general attendance, and tho resuu t
of the prima rivs.very fairly ascertained
to-night. f - " ' -j
rroi., iionns gm-s notice tn anoth r
column that he gives instruciion npn
tha piano, as well as upn the vio in
ai-d in the science of harmony. lie Is
a thorough musican. We had the
pl(ur6rhearing.hiui-opon tho violin
a few eveninca since, accompanied by
an Accompli beJ ; lady pian ist. arid i t
was a treat will worth hearing although
they labored under the dlCjculty of per-forming.wl!h(n-'
r"';j"1' - -hoarial.
Messrs. A: &T-Shrier. at 34 Mark.ti
Rtreet. have received their first install,
j
ment if two t hundred and fifty j
Flannel Suits which they warrant fast
color, t Each a.at has a label with their
tall name eewed on the collar as a guar?
onteeto their genuine' nnality. Don'
(ail to gel a tuiL
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To Rnildors and oUiers Go to Jaco
ti'S fbr Ssh, KV.rdx and Doors, Glasa
C' Yea can. cct all eizea and at the;
largest prices.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PJLAYINU ON THE PIANO.
nr gastox m. hobi.
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The piano, when It la well nliyed, : '
Mkes mnslcof tbefloet kind
Wh n from the voloe lecelviru?
'Twill cause sweet tbouehtd to nil tliA
v .- . . -,
. How many Uraea I hairs enjoyed - '
Their. bouI-ti .ftitiag, Bweotfxt'etrtUss.
;,Jly happiness 'seemed nnaWoyed,
-And pleasure banished all my pain.
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Inspired BecUiovm's music makes
xnlsd.
.
The lev nhture sftow' with Are;
The IIeart of Set" it always breaks,
And of tho laugher makes a tilor.- .
K. ' B T Wrote the abore to let the ladle
know that I give lessons oo the piano. Dear
Ome,dontforgttit,'
Uoepectfafly, v ;
Gastoit m. Hobbs.
mch 12
THE1 UEST LINE OF FINE
WHISKEYS, WINES, &V.
! IN NORTH CAROLINA.
Cape Fear, $7 '
Stuart's Kye, $4,
Virginia Glades$4,
- . Martell's $3.
North Carolina Pure Corn
I WHISKEY i
FOR AIEUlClXAL TURPO EsUNEXUELTD
PEA.0H ANO.HOJEY
FOR COl'UflS, COLDS, c , better tlma ativ
medicine iathe.oountry. H e also recomrjiend
uur K CIi AND RYE or the ROCK
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AND
i
&c. InfalH
L'ORV, FOR CiUGlI, HOLDS,
bla Cure.
Royster's Candy.
N'EUrcn iTEL, EXGLI51T D.VIRY. T0U?G
AMERICA find beet CRKA5I ClitESIi
FRESH IN STOCK.
f. L. BRIDGERS & CO.
mch 12 ... i .
F!o Liquors.
JJUT A STOCK OF FRESH, A NO. 1 CiRO
CERIES vrill be kept at ou-store.
No. 45, Market Street.
All ooda sold by ua will be as represented.
GOOD GOODS AND . SMALL. PROFITS
-"" WILL BE OVJi MOTTO.
riiTo ns a trial and ;te onvlnoel
inch 12 If R. .?. SCARBOROUGH ft CO.
The Place, to Buy
rpURPESTINE TOOLS.
rULLETtS,
Dl Pl'KRS.
HACK Kits.
WIIrTTKKS.-
I HA K-WKIGHTS Av &t .f
Best of -good at Rck Bottom prloea A
full awd complete block of ILirdware aiwwt
on banU . s
1 W. E. SPRINGER 4 CO
! Suocossot toj hn Dnwson & Co..
mch 13 13, 2: And 23 Market Street
Positive Bargains
JN BLEACHED COTTONS, 10 ShlrtlnRS,
Coonterpanet, TTable Damaek and To k elf,
White Goods, Hambarg and IrUh Poliit
T-learnings, Warner's Coralice, Health, Ab
dominal ar d ii. M. Ctfrsets. j
A'so, the beet ONE DOLLAR KID GLOVX
In the city. . !
JNO. J. HEDRICK.
First of the Season !
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TJY LADY UtTSTOMFBS AND THE PrD
Uc ifenc rally are refpecUul'y Mtlfled that 1
hivjuet received a
LARGE AN
5EL
EG 1ST ASSORTMENT OF
XEW MlLLlNfcRY GOODi
Hats, Bonnets,
Flowers, RibborTs, &c,
the flrt which have
tj been
exhibit! la Wll-
mlrgton this ecaeon.
For a-me lime tooorae I ha!l te in recetrt
by tall sfntacn of 1 rjre ol'l:l i a to rnr
J,K oZ. wlaU!r
d ecu mtea.
A cttll and aa examination ia solicited.
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; JMlQp Xi ' IV AKKiliK,
j och 13 , . EXCUANGt: goknkb.
i - nrnrk - rr - n -riT
m.w m mm t m h a m w m 1 mm .-a..'
A SOIUEB LOT JCST UECE1VXD,
lA ,
And for sale by
giles nuircnjsox, 7
1883.
r; PL ASJ3 yOTir,
trom wr frteada on ry tad sQ rotjacu f
general hi terertbtU -.
The back ef tb wrtter wt arirjTi fern fs
omroTtnJcauotia mi b wrtltca ca c?y
OTM aUeot the per. J .
. Prsonj.lKle muat be aroli34" J
And It U eipedally ad pcrtSenlrrj.vsy.
tood that the Editor doe. w alwaya cacaa
Ue view of eorretpoodeats nalea 9 ttii
tn the editorial contain, . .
NEW Am'RSTlilziT
Groceries.
Grocerical
bacon,' rLeuB, sua ah,
Coiffie, Bice, MoUmwj, -f
alt. Crackers, Caady. ; - ;
Soap, Starch. Candles," ' ?
" CheetV, toda, Potash; "J v" ' v f? f '
Bang, Wrapping Paptr, K 1
' WrarpinjfTwtefl. Bay,"
-. "Xye. Snnir, Tebaeco, . j " ' '
' Kalli. Hoop-Iron, Glue: r
OateAxle Grenae. l
, . For sale by, : 1 .
mch 13 "KKRCllNER" jt CAT.Pgn .Ufil.
Wo Are No w ShoT7lhrr
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OF
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Men and'Hoys . Clothing,
THAT IT HAS EVER BC2N OCIfc
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PR.VILEGE OS PLEASURE TO JCXZXZCXT.
In STYLE, QUAUT Y, TRIMMlQ, 1IA
UP and PRICE we claim that our STOCK
OF CLOTHING id not excelled by any other
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house in thl6oet ion. ; " i 1,
The Assortment la magnificent ' the Sty lea
are com-ct, the Material la fine itf Uxtore and
-il l wear wll.
rjaoe. Buyers wlliflnd it
jreatly to their iuterctt to InipectVnr Rife t
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Tore making tlielr Spring purcaaaea.
Qtterbourg, ;
KIXO CLOTU1ER, WlLMlNGlON, K.C.
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Easter Cards'.
LA.RGE ASSORTMENT.' ; All Bwd.
6ign. Fringed and plain. v. . ' ;
... 'eci Eiiiruvinp, Velvet Framea, . I
Buck helvo's, Comtr HracaeU, " ? I .
A nexr Jot jusi recti rod at . . '
KELNSBEEQESffll
PIANOS &ORGANS
Best Manufacturersintli
Country,
SOLD FOIt'CAIf OR ON T R EUOaTULT
iaoiA.tiiun v l'lAX0 .AT.
lIKtXDKRGKR'8,"
mch 12 Live Boik and Music tore.
- Wotice. i
HMIE UXDERSTGXED HAVING BEEX ap
pointed Collector on the eetate of John Car
rol, deceased, on tho.SCth robrnary, . 1853 -the
Prolwtc Court 'of New nanerer eonntyj
Qitico U hereby plen to all peraons bvSsbted1'
to iaid decea-ed to make immediate, ay ment.
and all pcrocu having e'atma agahut adea-t
tt win prcgH 1 1 hem f.r payrMont on or b
tor the awh F ryary . 1SH, or thianoUce wUl
bo plead ia bar or tbeU reoovry - . 1
reooery
IL JJCUyilTLI .
Garden Good !
pEAs, beans, cony, cabbage; Ta
nip. Suaah, Collard, Radlah, 4e, ,
AflQe ftelecuoaolflafweed: . ,
. For sale by ' - -" I.'-.:;-!
WILLIAM EL- OKZJ.it.
sh 6 Drnfrtt
Easter CardGo
x lab;e VAjtrjCTTor
Beautiful New DesfgnB.
-' Call and tee them at ' 1
YATES' B00KST0EE.
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If Yoa' Would be Happy
BUY A COOK 6TOTTJ.. ;
"The Golden Harvest,"
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Pure WfeltoOU.
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GARDEN SEEDS: '
A. FRESH LOT OF ALL KINDS of ...
luttceandTtirn) eeJ. earTr an1 lata -rf.-w
tkf; Collard. Uect o 1 Tomato detdj. a larr
lock ant an enllr3 vartetr of IV a mLl
Rfin. rptilltftl tt wtjvleialo f rice by
TJundc'Brcco,
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