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juaUi T. JAMES, Editor & Prop.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
MONDAY. MARCH 12. 1883.
BMre4 t tbe roetoOoe at VVIlmlnoo, K. C,
m aeoonauus taatter.
At a. public dinner a fortnight ago. in
vfta-Eaglish. city, which unfortunately is
- -cot named in the report, the chairman,
trho U described za a gentleman ol
national repatation care the toat of
. "fThe Arixiy. Navy and Reserre roes.,
"Thfsji a tnait.", he said, which re
quires rery. little comment from me. as
; Lhe'iubjoct U one with which you aru
all familiar. .The army and navy hare
been drunk fur very many years, and
the reserve forces have now been drunk
lor something over twenty years." Of
course there' was roar of laughter.
totally unexpected by the chairman, and
. the meaning ot which it took him' some
little time to comprehend ; butsecinz
m tho point at last, be was wise enough to
Join heartily in thb merriment at his
" own expense! '
r That fellow Wiggins is an nnmltl
- gated evil who has caused incalculable
loss .of time to a class of people who can
ill afford to snare an honr from their
daily avocations Tet there is no law
bv which he can bo made to pay the
penalty for the injury he has inflicted,
- cor is there any to prevent him from re
peating, the same offense. The New
York Herald, in speaking of his pre.
dictions and their utter failure of fulfill-
,1 neat, summarises his case by remark
inzr "Wizzins is said to have made
. an oracular observation about tho eon-
. dltion ot the head that dips into the fu-
v:'tomtfhteh,lipweTert cannot possibly
apply to Wiggins' own head, as be has
never yet dipped into tkev future, but
onlv nretended. Wijrzins Is the father
" of false reports, and is not merely a
. hum bog that name is too innocent for
htm.- He is a flagrant evil. He has
twice predicted tremendous storms.
and on the occasion when the first of
these was due we had the pleasantest
weather of the season, while' the second
was at least as great a failure. At noon
yesterday we were, according to his vat.
tcimtlon.to have had near this city the
greatest intensity, for this latitude, oi
' the century. All the coast lands on
the Atlantio border were to bfl
submerged, and no ship less than
a Cunarder, it was declared, could live
out of harbor. We had a warm, dull
day of summer rain and tranquil drizzle.
Hundreds ot fishermen and other, navi
' jrators who had laid up to be out of the
storm predicted lost their time, which is
. money ; but that is not the worst result.
They are likely to lose faith in ail pre
dictions of storms. People who com
prehend tho principles upon which the
atmospherio phenomena have been
"4todied of recent years with so much
" success perceive the difference between
. rel weather students and Wiggins as
- easily as Intelligent people kuow the
difference between any science and the
- quackery that apes a scientific) style.
They will not confound Wiggins with
- the meteorologists of the time. But we
are-afraid the fishermeu do not reason
so well. , They will only say we lost so
rainy days waiting for . a storm that
never came, and will denounce all
weathermen as fools and humbugs
and will regard every predicted storm
as only one more cry of "Wolf! wolf!"
Science will be none the worse for it,
. bat the fishermen will. Wiggins ought
ta bucked and gagged."
Senator Edmumls, who was during
tho closing hours of the last Congress
----- elected President of the Senate, Is really
In lis prime, being but 65 years of age,
although many have thought him an
' ' older "man. If any calamity should
cur-by,which.the Presidential office
should became vacant the President of
the Senate, it is claimed, will be in the
direct line. How this Is, though, we
z"&XknolL understand. The Constitution
confers upon Congress the authority to
provide "for the case of removal, death
resignation or inability both of the
President and Vice President, declaring
what officer shall then act as Prest-
v dent.7 - According to this Mr. Edmunds
cannot be in this lino of succession to
th8 Presidency, lie was not chosen by
? Congress to act as President in case of a
"disaster but he was simply selected by
.the Senate as the President of that
t body an office which in itselt is but a
I t local onel '1 The Senate is not tho Con
gress and according to the constitution
. nl reauiremenU. the successor of the
1 President must bo chosen by both
houses. We very much fear that there
wonld bo serious trouble on this ques
tion'shonld President Arthur bo unfor
tunately ':removedM,by another Gui
. By the new postage law, which goes
r Into effect October IsL, 1883, the rate of
letter postago" will, be reduced from
t those cents to two a nts per, half ounce.
' This Is one instance of legislation .vhich
will be of benefit to,the people, while it
- will hardly entail any Joss uport tho
government. The postal system was
not originated with tho expectation
: ' that it would be a source of Income, but
fcx ths r-cccnxaodaiSca ci the pcopla at
tho lowest possiblo rates. It was never
expected teven to pay Its own" expenses,
but from the report of the Postmaster
General for the fiscal year ended June
3nn. itttt. we nna -mat-were, was &
small balance on hand "after defraying
all tho expenses of the postal service
dunnz that time. The reduction of
postage rates is one piece ot legislation
for which the forty-seventh Congress
will receive the thanks of the people
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-"Itoiiirh on -Rain.- -
Clears out rats. mice, roaches,' flies.
ants, bed hugs, skunks, chip unnks.
gophers 15o.. Druggists.
. Nearly one hundretl million gallons
oi wine w?re maue m trance last year
irom raisins. - - . -
fhe Iliintsville. Alabama. AdcocaUl
has ehanged lnm a irreetibark to a I
Democratic journal. hi
PUnch says that the Emrlish reward
of bravery is a garter and, a wooden leg
io wear n ou.
Thire were 872 measures sent to the
President for his approval during the 1
Conzressional sessiou just closed, i
The match monopoly is smashed by
the new revenue bill, i Men of small
means will now be able to co iuto the
manufkcture of this universal article of
.In Western Pennsylvania a church
entertainment known as the mum
sociable1 is taking the place of the
time honored church fair. As tho name
impies no one is to speak under penalty
oi a une. j
Gainsays that William E. Dodge's
will "fhows no originality in his philan
lurupjr no Kives nis money to tne
same old devices and institutions that
are always hanging around death-beds
the Society to Suppress the Crocodiles
that Vat tli tfinitsw TJ-k!n.
the Society to Preveut Swearing on
t naays. etc."
At a recent card party at the houso
oi a popular j xnaon .uentist the coun-l
tersnised were false teeth. At first the
ladies present seemed very sensitive
about touching the littlo white heaps,
but, as the cveninz wore bn. the more
false teeth each fair dame possessed, the
happier snc seemed. When the counters
were total led -up at the end of the game
there were only three more than had
been originally given out. I .
What Seven'Could not do.
Nashville. Tenn., April 6, 1881.
H II Warner & Co.. Sir Seven
physicians could not do for me what
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure ac
complished. Hopelessly sick with kid
ney diseases, it restored me to perfect
health. JACOB MYERS.
Mr Blaiae works about three hours
daily at the composition of his book.
The Oxford Falcon savs that the
health of Mrs. Senator Lamar, of Mis
sissippi, is completely restored.
John CTNen, a liquor dealer of White-
hall..N." Y.t has. been found! guilty of
457 offenses, and fined and a
6. G. Barnes, book-keeper and cash
ier of the Bui net, House, Cincinnati.
not behind $3,000 in his accounts.' but
Boston relatives, settled the discrepan
cy. . - f ' : , . I t
Judco Thoman, the Democratic
member of the Civil Service Commis
sion, has arrfved in Washington. A
rneetin; of the commission wiil proba
bly be held there this week.
Just before leavinjr New York for
Europe last wek,.Miss Susan 11. An
thony remarked to a triend i that the
rrince ot Y ales would mistake his wo
man if he tried ta get up a fliration with
Duriug Mr. Gladstone's absence his
special detective has guarded Lord
liartington. Sir William Il&rcourt
has one living in the house - with him
All this is a complete novelty in Eng
isn political experience.
Mr. J. II. Hopkins. Warrontnn. N.
C. says : 'I consider Brown's Iron Bit.
ters the best tonic I know of."
Tho nroDer studv of mankind is
man." Pope knew better than to sa
"woman." .Woman ts to deep a study
for auybody to-undertake.
General Otbility and
R. V. Tiekce. M. D., Buffalo. N. Y.
Dear Sir Aly wife has been taking
vour "Golden Medical .Discovery" auu
Pellets" lor her liveraml general de
bility. and has found them to be good
medicines, and would recommend them
o all sufferers from Liver Complaint.
Sour Stomach, and General Debility
Yours fraternally.!. N. K.IHABMON,
Pastor M. E. Churchy KUah, IIL
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A Virginia negro lay down on a rail
road recently to see if. the passenzer
rain would stop to rouse mm up; lne
Bright IMaease, Diabetes,
Kidney, Liver or Uronary
Iisease. , i
Have no fear of any of these diseases
if you use Hop Bitttrs, as they will pn
vent and cure tne worst cases, evtn
when you have been made worse by
somereat puffed uppretended cure.
Tfie same law which says that a note
of hand m&ue on aunuay is not iegai.
savs that a.marriaire contracted on that
dav is all O. K. in the eyes of the law.
Detroit Free Press.
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. Best ever made, Emory's Little Ca
thartic Pills, pleasant to take, sugar
coated: no enpiniK only 15 cents a box
oi Druggists or by mail. Standard due
Co., 114 Nassau Street. New xort j
Rm d&w i '
Farmers and others desiring a gen
crai, lucrative agency business, by
which 5 to 20 a day can be earned
send address at once, on postal to II.
C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197 Ful-
en Street, New York. : .dec la-o m
A fine asisbrtment of Guns and Pistols
lit jAOOw'a fisLrdwara Depot. it;
i nat 15 wnar . a
many people are'
They don't know jti& what
is tne matter, put tney Jiave! ,
a combination of pains and j
aches, ;and each lonthlliey
grow worse. ' : " "
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The only . sure temedy
yet found is Brown's Jhon
Bitters, and this bj rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood, purifies and
enriches it, and richstnner
oiooa nowmg to every, part
of ' the. system repairs the
j wasted tissues, drive? . out
disease and gives health and
strength. ' '-
This is why Browns
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepia, mala
ria, mterroittent fevers; &c.
- S. Pe St, Bmltlawt.
Nov. S, tSSt.
I was a great stuTerer from
DTspepsia, and ibr . several
weeks could cat nothing and
was growing weakerevtry
day. I tried , Bro wns .Iron
' Bitters, and am happy to say
I now nave a good appetite,
: and am getting stronger. s :
Brown's Iron Bitters
is net a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of. Iron
that causes no injurioui ef
fects. Get the , genuine.
Don't be imposed oa with
tneb 19 lw
If you are nick Hop. Bitters will pnrr-
ly aid Nature in making vou well when
all else fails.
If you are costive or dyspeptic or
are suffering from anyother of i ti e
iiiiniMr.iiia il waMa 't if th iinmnph
h)Wilfl. it is vniir kwii funlt If Tnti r.
main ill. for Hop Bitters are a sorei -
m warn m mm
are wasting away yritn any form
ol ivtancv aisease. Slop lempung jieam
this moment, and tarn for a . euro to
It ym are sick with that terrible sick
ness. Nervousness, yottnnd a "lialm in
(rilead 1 in tlie use of Hop Bliters
It you are a frequenter, or a resteer
of a miasmatic diatriot. barricade you.
system against tne scourge of ail coun
tries malarial, epidemic, billious. atul
intermittent fevers by the use of Hop
If you have rough, pimply, orj fallow
skin, had breath, tmins and ache, and
feel miserable generally. Hop J Bitter,
will give you fair skin, rich blood, and
sweetest breath, health and comfort.
In short they euro all diseases of , the
stomach. Bowels. Blood. Liver. Nerves
Kidneys. Blight's Disease. $600 will
oe paid tor a ca?e they win not cure or
help. " i
i That poor, bedridden, invalid wife.
sister, mother, or daughter can b
made the picture of health, by a few
bottles of Hon Bitters, costing but a
trifle. Will you let them suffer,
mch 12 1m
Per month i
teady empMyoaem curing epiing ana cum
mer. A'Hlresa J. C MoCUKU) CO.
f eb 29 4w ,
I tlm utd iMt km ttam warn tnlt. t wm a ndV
KlnNL 1 Xtmr
CUemtm of VI
r FAIXIKO BIi
MM fa mum tor aww mteg e4rf
m (r a tTMttM mm4 m rU sag taiaUlbil
mnMf. fair mi ua mm ww j
wtltl&ffftw striken I r1BeaMy. .. .... t
Addfs U. O. SOOT. Mrrt9L.ZrTa
Free ! Cferds &: Ghrontos;
We irTirsendireeTb mxll a sample sot of
our ' lance German French t and American
Chromo Car1on tinted anl srold jrnuns
vrlth a price list f oyer 200 dlfibr ni itesigns.
on receiptor a stamp Tor. posuge. we wui
also sena rree by malt as samples, tea or our
- attrat Chr.mos, on receipt of tan cents to
par for packing and ptae;. lo'enctee a
confldentuu prtoe Ut or ur large oil chromos.
genu waateO. . Addro-s K. Gaxaao5 ' Co., j
en summer otreet, uosum, atasa. i j-.-
fQHWiW ' ..:Ca
Mothers Bead This !
- TOK RtDQS. X. T.
- Vajc Dnmur - bbchi. Dear tr : - Your
Wojuc Comfkctioks have beet invaluable t
us Our lltUe boj, two rears old. discharged
irer thirty worms ia a few days, nauur only a
few of your ona Cool action. . 1 am glad to
ba testimony to use Tame ox vaueusea-
Worm ubf eotiooa.: Toura- J,i - -.
Kir. J. L. McNai.
. Try tbexa tSoakbx." ; - " -
- VaxOKUSEN BR08i ;
febtWw ' - - htaesloa 'H. T.
C0S3 U115 C3 CUSTK2S,
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Im ngia C7 max, tsst .
of99PS C ucaTfnTJW IE. Ct
s ' mm 'AiirvTitia rma
Limellainit and Plaster !
BUTLOING 'LIME, AGRICULTURAL LtltS
ft UARCONATE OF LCXEv K'AINIT,
! . . LAND PIASTER ANt 2XARU
. mm wm. mm s . mm S a. mrmm liii 1
aau vuii bUMATv ocaut9ruicw
It- s -I 1, 5 J
l i t- I I 3 W 5
i & b- .g g
- - a -a - g - i& - o 2
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John L. Boatwriglit's
Boiler ProQess Flour.
For Beauty, Strength,
Purity, and Bread pro-
I13I1? 'lUtie s9 it ia
the highest attain
able standard -
Guaranteed In every Instancr
THY IT, IT WILL PEOVK AIX WE CUI W
I FOR IT.
igx-rrvr t A a hriYirri-riTa
f villl-u. -.D UA J. II XaXUll I
ATf VT? TYT A fT? Q A T T?
OY vibtub or the toweb of sale
m .. l.
cooUtoed m a certain deed of mortgage marie
by C. W. nwes, 8.-A Beririin and H. M
iowden Tm-tee, to jBoatwrtprht & McKoy,
ami ecrle ered In the office of the Kesrlaier oi
D' ed of New. Hanover t tinry iu Boot Oi i O,
page ii, the undersigned, as Atiornev for
h aast ree or the .rrantee in the said doe .
will sell at ribltc auction at the Co"rt Hoium
loor in the City of Wtlmlngt'n; On Monda , the
nn any or jnrco jt. at is o'ciock. M. th.
following lot of land In . said; city, ; wli h the
buildings thereon;. Hejrinninjr at the Noith
wessern tntereetion ot unnancilxth Btrue's.
runs thence We-t with the North line of nnn
street 47 feet, thence North. 58 feet, thence
i-ie s ii-ie5 io ix"" sire v. -tnence -eoutn
1th the lioe of felxth street 8 fe t to the be-
glnnlag. JOiiN Ii. BKLLAMT, Jr.,.
E OFFER NOW FRESH Arrivala of
MOUNTAIN BUTTER, ' '
EABLT BOSE SEED POTATOES,
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR,
NEW CROP MOLASSES,
.30B.Bbla. GOOD FLOUR, j :
FT ALL & PEARS A LI
people are always on
the lookout for cham
oes to increase their
earnings, ami in liiui
J J I
ieoae wealthy; those who do not Imurovt
their opportunities remain in poverty, iweot
rern great en see to mase mwaej. tt e want
nauy men, won en, boys ami Klrla to work for
t rurht.n their own kcalltie. Adt una can
do the work properly from the first start. 1 r
tjusim ss will pay tuore than ten times ordi
nary wages. Kxpensire outfit fnrnlhod free
So one who enrages fail to make mouev rau
Hry.' ; You can dor e your whole time to tin
work, or only y ur -pare momenta. Full In
formation and all Out is needkf' sent free. Ad
tress htik os a Co.. Portland, Maine.
IO IMIXW IT . -r .
rvnsUAxcm or a decrke of the
perlor Govt pf Brunswick county, at Fall
Tera l&i, an action ef foreclosure then in
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peudiojf between The First National Rrk of
Wllmlartoa s nlalritlff. and Alex Oldham
and wire as defe dants. the uiMUrrsigned. boa
ntAssMner ai'pomiea ny swuo aecree.w til re 1 at
public auction, for o tn. attb- Court House la
. mith- ttie. on Monday, the lota of April 183.
at 1 At, the-f oil wlng real t-te, being In the
cvun y of B-UD0Wlei adjoining the -town Ot
ta llmugrion and- oonta-ning 7i'.cre, more oi
leas. Beginning at a marbk nuat in tue uran
wick county fine on tue Sou aside of the great
road or causeway across t-agie loLind. ami
runs a boat sfeKUh w 1th the sthl county-11 JttU
a pi presa in the eogt of ta t ape eir river
at tne mouth ot a canal, thou along said
caaal about West ' to Aldgatnr A.reek, thn
up aald creek to said great road or C4DMeay4
then along it abou hast o the brgioaifg
KAcepttag from- satd bounds two acrea-ron-Teyed
t John A. Taylor by 4..E Oreieg by
deed of Janaar . 19th. few; and ateo excepting
a KH irixur HO feet irom the aforeall -mm t.
line and a ocg said great road 60 feet, fronti
the aanae ana rxtenaing.bck 100 feet prl
witn saM atrunswicA oukty il. wbieU las
kH was reserred by Alfred molt in taedeetl
cos ry lag said land to the said AJazkllutaa.
"A. a EICAUpV
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Revolvers and Anununition,
I SILVER PLATED
SPOONS & FORKS.
A VERY LARGE VARIETY OF
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OW LANDING, EX-BRIO "ANTJ LOPE
direct from Matanzas. For sale low.
WORTH & WORTH.
COFFEES, .. j
MOLASSES, 4c. &e.&c , 4c
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