North Carolina Newspapers

    THIS PAPEE
.hjrf very evening, Sandaya
pub!!
reptfed bj' -
JOSH T. JAMES,
BPiroB XSU "ROPK1ETOU.
LBSCUnriONS POSTAGE PAID:
"ytur 14.00. Six months, 12.00. Tbret
months. tl.00; One month. So cents.
yte pal"1" delivered .carriers free
0( rfaarjce, ' any Pn lhe at the abov
t4.r-r brents per week.
A,!Tetisine rates low and liberal.
I f-SaWrlJters will report any anI all fail
ure t- re elve their paper regularly,
gf- The AttVy R&ri&r- hit the largest
horui fate cirrulfUion. of any newspttper
vU,i!hM. in the 'ity of Wilmington. JSi
Tlie water in tin (ir:it S;ilt Lake
yield, on evaporation,' 25 per cent s!"
Cremation Is booming. A company
ui h a capital of $100,000 U to be iorru
ed at Chirajo. .
Jay Gould has one fur a t hroe weeks
t.-ip Suth. Ills salary keeps rijht on
during his absence.
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Tabor, of Colorado, has been married
thru; times once tt his first wife, and
twice to his present one.
A test of electricity as a '-'motive power
for cars is to be madoon a section of the
Elevated Railroad in New York.
Kifer left his mark in the Capitol in
the shape of k large hole made by ponnU
in with his hammer on " the . Speaker's
table. '
It is said that Ex-Senator David
Davis i to be presentel by admiring
fri-nds i in Texas with a chair made of
ox horns.
:
Jute la one of the young industries
of Mississippi, and a company has been
formed at Vicksburg lor its exclusive
manufacture. ''-
The last ring discovered in Washing
ton is a. big granite ring, through which
the Coveruinent is said to have been dt
trauiled out of large sums of money.
Sheridan, the Barn Burner, will pub:
lish sh.irtly his story of the surrender ol
1. ami it will be more than one story ;
it willlc a bKk full ol th'm.
What becomes of the hair pins? is a
question that has never yet been satis
laetorily answered!' Over two tons are
made now every day in the country.
The late Robert A. Packer, son of
Asa Packer, of Pennsylvania, bequeath
el one-half of his estate to his 'widow
and the remaitidrrto Lehiuh University.
Senator Edmunds is jn Aiken, S C ,
with his lamily. It is said that the
Senator health is improving rapidly,
and that it is with difficulty he can .get
enough to eat at djjjner to fill his Aiken
void.
A report conies from Washington
that President Autliur is suffering from
B ighi's disease and that he has become
j y despondent. He is troubled with
in omnia and -tears ho will not live an
other year.
Mr. Winans. of Baltimore, is said to
have taken an invincible disjike to his
new palace aud refuses to inhabit it. It
is rtported to have cost about 200.000.
and can be bought for one-fourth of
thataui"unt. ' ,
It is a melancholy fact that in the
year IFgl 5.445 women were arrested
anil lodged in the station houses in Bos
ton, or about ono-tourth of the number
of men arrested in the same time. Is
this culchaw?
More than 500 prominent Democrats
from all parts of the country have been !
nnvited ti attend the annual banquet of
the Iroquois Club of Ciiicago on the
X3th of April, and Messrs Thomas F.
Bayard. George II. Pendleton. W. F
ilas W. C. P. Breckenridgo and Hen
ry Watterson have agreed t respotid to
tastB. The club has a largo member
ship aud is in a very UouiUhing' cotidt
lion.
Senator E Imunds i one of the thrif
ty sort, if what they say of him is true.
His salary as Senator is $5,000 a year.
He receives a salary of $5,000 a year aw
5ounelfi the Vermont Central Rail-!
road company. This spring he went to
New York ami made an argument in
two caes Hij lee in each was $10,000
in(litii said on good authority that
Elmunds after Carpenter's death,
K ired $100 000 In retainers from the
cable companies.
Some very interesting erperimen's
with the telephone have recently been
made. Transmitters were hioked on
o the telephone wires at Cleveland.
Ohio, and New. York, and every word
uttered could be heard as distinctly as
if spoken but two blocks away. Dis
tance 701 miles. They are to try it on
next between Chicago and New York.
&nl are sure of success. Distanco i,
000 miles. And the next thing, jve
suppose, will be a duet between a New
York baritone and ah a!mond-oycd so
prano at Tekin. Distance 12.000 miles.
And after that, we suppose, a confidon
tUl chit with the man ia the moon.
rXstance. by that time, do where and
ao Boca tlrj
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VOL. VII.
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v '. K. Anibu.h. :i c!firi'l lawir
C!'Vi'latid. and an ex-iiMMtih-r f
Ohio legislature. lr.i jljiM-n km it,
f
he
laUs'.- Prison for iMiiifin month, hav
tu been e ntvieti t! of lil.iekm:iilin.
General M:tfn!or.-on. i)w new Sena
t r from Xebrnka, sas
l'censo system in that St
miraly inweliiij out d
tho hi;h li'iuor
?tte works ad
sorderlly m-
grtries and inerea-dnr Sate revenues.
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An expressman in -Portland. Oregon,
was seen on a cold day j recently stam p
ing on th sidewalk in front of (he Oij
oMental Hotel to keep himself warm.
while his overcoat was spread over his
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liorso. Mr. Henry 15ergn win at once
send this man a blanket for his horse
and' a rattle for his baby.
The Person County News commences
its third volume with its
14th inst. Its prospects
issuo of the
fori future
success and prosperity are bright-and
promising, aud we cordially wteh Bro.
Whiiaker a complete realization of all
his wishes as a reward for his unceasing
jabor in making a good, readable and
newsy paper. i
The battle is fairly pitched in Rhode
Island. The case is Sprano and the
people vs.. Bourn and the monopolists.
The entire Slate is stirred 1 IfroMi centre
to circumference and all iaromid and
back again. It promises to-be an ex
citing campagne. Butler, it is said, will
stump the State forSpragne and Blaine
for Bourn Some go so tar as to say
Butler will put $20,000 of his own
money into the campaign in the hope
of getting a boost, from ;j Rhode, j I -land
for his Presidential, bee. j Blaine hwlp
with be only in tlie way of the tfuneral
business. He wHl but speed his party
to that Bourn mm whence no moon-
eyed monopolist ever returns.
LOCAL NEWS.1
IRDEX TO NEW ADYEHTISEMENTS.
Yates ater Qirtls !
J H M E ltox - Rig Beet , '
W II GiiEKXJaiilfn ?-eed 1
Mckds I5uo8-!-Garilen ceA
Ukinsiierger Hve Cent Music
James Wilson Don't Pay Kent
Attention Hibemian Asclatlon
St. Patrick's Day in the morning.
The receipts of cotton at this port
to day foot up 201) bales.
Cool again this mo'nihg. with the
wind from the North west
Steamship Benefactor. Tribon, hence
arrived at New Yoik March 14th.
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- We aro glad to hear that the fruit
prospects in .
giMd.-
thc iiJ
tenor
are thus far
-.arge fires are burning HI Brunswick
county, and the smoke thereof reaches
the city. . ; j I
It is said that the r cent korm made
havoc among the timber and turpentim
trees near II am let.
There will be a special meeting of the
Literary Club of the j Library Associa '
lion to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. fi
the transaction of necessary business
Schooner John A Qfijjin. Rice, bene1-'
fr Pldladelphia, pas;il in at, Delea-
ware Breakwater March 14ih.
Mr. James A Wiliard isiVtho city oti
a short vi-it to relatives and friends
which business will probably bo com
bined with pleasure. I !
I he alarm d tire this afternoon wa.
causeAl by the burning of a hole m tt J
. .. , ? 1 . , i
HMif of the risiilence!northweSt cniei
of Walputand Fifth streets. Damagi'
very slight.
Two palmetto tne3 lnm. .BaldheHii.
tor the d eolation of St. James1 chun l.
ofi Palm Sunday, arrived here to-day
and attrac ed considerable attention.
, Easter falls on the 25th of March this
year. The last tinle 1 it f'.l thus early
was in 1742. In 163, 1661 and 1731 ii
also fell on this date, and the next cases
wHl be 1891. 1951,2035.2046,2057,2013,
21 14. 2125. 2190., and so on. f
A laurulress living at Raiding.
Her wash Wat one day spreading, ;
She fell over the rack f- j j '
And s,prainel her baek.'
St. Jacobs Oil eurttl Mrs. Godding.
At the clos of registrathm in the
Upper Division of the first Ward yes
terday, a total f I'M had registered; at
the same time 255 hail regislered in the
lower division ol the Same Ward, mak
ing a total in the two ! divisions j of 359
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A very peculiar mistake occurred a
few days since. An! Italian steamer,
bound from Havana to Bean fort. S. C,
put in at Beaufort. N. Ci. aud thought
he was all right until told ' theJ contrary
by the Custom "llooso ofiicer who
boarded him. , i " ; -
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ILMINGTON. N. C.
Postal Affairs
Th mail -quipmint division of the
lo'poHH.ffice department is now enjaue.!
in supplying D..stmaers through-lit
Ihe country with now locks, and keys
The number d locks to be supplied-'is
2-vO.00( and tlie ntrnber of keys 5 0o0.
Twelve years ago all the lock and keys
in use in the mill service f the ooimtrj
were channiHl and ew ones fnrmshi tl
in their places. These will now bo
cilled in and sold tor old iron, most. of
ihni being worr.out. It Is estimat?Hr
that the locks now bcng furnished will
weariwenty years, bWng d an im.
prved patern and made, of I the, best
material. It will take from now until
September Ut. to effect the change
throughout the couutry. .
Wc walk in the midst of secrets, :wc
are enc-iu passed with mysteries, but it
is an opeti secret that, there is no reme
dy in the world 80 j wonderful as Dr.
BulPs Cough Syrup for coughs aud
colds. !
No Laborers.
From every section of the country
within a radius of 100 miles, we hear
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complaints of the great scarcity of
farm laborers. Work for the present
crop year has been much delay ed in
consequence of the long continued wet
weather, and now, when the waters
have subs'ded to such an extent as to
permit of preparations for planting,
there are few laborers to perfoim the
work. The great number of colored
men who have gone South pi years past
to work in the turpentine forests, has
been largely increased thi3 season, and
farming operations will necessarily be
largely curtailed in consequence. It is
a great misfortue, and "one .'for which
we see no remedy at present.
Apprehension Quietel.
There was a sickninir, foul ordor
arising from the dock at the foot of
Princess street this morning and. many.
were the surmises as to the causo:lUjms made itaDpearanco itl Ghio antj
was thought by some that some drown laUiana.t he b:se cdn has the exact
ed person must have floated under' the
pilmgVid hwlged there. ITud ' there was
considerable excitement in consequence.
The city officials - veru notified-' and
Health Officer Scharff came down and
made as thorough an examination as
circumstances would permit. He could
find nothing, however, but ,a quantity
of hay which had floated up and lodged
in the mouth of the sewer where it had
become impacted, the liquid of the lat
ter not having sufficient force to dis
(o.lge it. Such matters cannot be too
closely scrutinized tor pestilence and
death are wafted abroad in offensive
otlors. i
'Fruits hiicI Vegetables.
New York dates of the 13th instant
mention that there was a lil-eral suppiy
of Florida strawberries, nearly 4.000
inarts, at hand. A tuw extra reached
50 cents a quart, hut most lots were at
U45 cents. Florida peas and beans
ere in moderate supply and generally
inferior. The former were quoted 7 at
-23 50 per crate and the latter at $44
50; asparagus sold at S54J0 cents . per
bunch. ' j ; . j
The New York Tribune says i "South
ern fruits and vegetables are coming in
argil quantities each day. and the
,rics arc vetting down t figures which
liable persons of mderaie means" t
nirenase and enjoy them. There are a
ew hothouse M-aches in market, whiih
-ell at $3 a quart, j String beans aro
75c. a crate, holding 3 quarts, toipatoes
0c. and 00c a qiiart grveu pea $150
, . . 1 . . .. ,
inula onion 40o a quart and Bermuda
otatoes $1 a peck, i
Sea. Side Park Motel.
This delightful Summer resort n
Vrightsvillo Sound has ten leaseil for
a term of years by Capt B L Perry the
el I ami favorably known proprietor
f the Purcell House, in' this city, and
he Hotel Brunswick, at Smiths ide
We learn that the company owning the
Sea Side Park Hotel will make exten
sive alterations additions and improvc
aients to the properly, and will begin
the same immedratcly so that it may
e ready for the approaching season.
The proprietor wi 1 give his gues s the
privilege of either of i these hotels . and
vt 1 1 spare no pains nor expense in or
der to secure the comfort and conven
ience of those who would pass the sul
try monthi away from the heat and
dust of city life-- Everything will be
in first class style, and with those two
favorite resorts under his control. Capt
Perry will be enabled to offer induce
ments such as can hardly be eqaaled
along the entire lino of oqr Southern
coast. "j ,i"v. :'';'- '''"'' - "".-.!..'.":'
To Bollders sad others Go to Jxcx
si's for Sash. Blinds and Doors, Glsss
dss. r Yoa cia cct all circa end it the
lowest prices f - r."
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JLibJl.j V JLAii H o
FRIDAY. MA KCII 16,
I
Exports Foriijii.
i
Srhr. Juliet. Capt. Icaeh. cleared -to
' jav f.;r prna,hnc. South' Ann?
W h 153 437 feet lumber, valued at
9ti7 57.' shipped by Messrs. E. Kidder &
Son. - . ,
Fine Pish.
Mrr (Jiorge Rogers had on market
this afternoon two very fine rcktish.
fraught in Greenville Sound this morn-
ing.- Oiie if these weighed 3 and j the
other 27 pounds.- The latter was sold
toCapt. Perry, of the Pu reel 1 House.
Mr. Rogers askl $2 eacli" for the tish
which, : considering the weight; was
cheap enough.
For Pocket K uives or Table Cutlery,
go to Jacohi's Hardware Depot f.
' : Singular Accident.
A friend and subscriber, living in the
extreme southern portion of the city
met with a very singular mishap this
morning, which would have been ex
tremely ludicrous were it not for the
painful consequences attending it. He
was seated by the hearth, not feeling
very "well, and opened his mouth to
gape, when a live coal from the fire
popped iuto it, burning his tongue quite
severely. He thinks that hereafter.he
wiU eudeavor to gape with his mouth
shut. .
First Iiibtallment.
I Messrs. A. & I. Shrier, at 34 Market
street, have received their first install
ment of two hundred and fifty
Flannel Suits which they warrant fast
color. Kach-coat has a label' with their
lull name sewed on the collar as a guar
antee to their genuine quality. JJou't
tail to get a suit.
-" Dangerous-Counterfeit. j
ThaXJhiet oLtht Secret Service; Pi vigl
ion of the Treasury Department has
been advised i hat a most dangerous
counterfeit of the standard silver i dollar
weighty ring and appearance of the ten
uiue. and resists the Qcid test unlets
the outer coating t silver is penetrated
It would readily be accepted as genuine
by merchants.; Sevral of the pieces
have only been discovered upon reach
ing a Sub-Treasury . , .
"iWliat Seven Could not do.
Nasuville. Tertn., April 6, 1881.
II H Wabner & Co.. Sirs Seven
physicians could not do for me 'what
your Sate Kidney 'and Liver Cure nc
complihed. Hopelessly sick with kid
ney diseases, it-restored' me to perfect
health.! JACOB MYERS.
iHow to Treat a Cold..1
In view of the' large number of colds
in town, and to advance a relief to our
Mifferi ng people, we publish the follow-
ng. which we clip from an exchange!.
I', may prove a benefit to somebody :
mm.
v nen yon get cni.iy all tiver ano
away into lyttur . bones, and begin to
sniifll. and almost struggle tor your
breuilwjust Ugiu . in time and your
tribulation need not last very long.
I Jet soma powdered borax and snufi
the dry powder up your nostrils. (Jet
y our i-amphor bottle and smell it fre
quently 1 pour soine on your handker
chief anu wipe our nose gwith it
ever needed. . Your uose wili over
n - ver get sore, ami you will worider
Uhat has become of your rold. Begin
this in tlie to. emion. and ketqi mi at in
tervals until you go to bed. and you will
s eep as weil as ever you did.
Farmers and others tleiring a gen
era, lucrative agency business, by
a hieh $5 o $20 u day can b' earud
send aihirss at tin-e. on postal, to 11.
v Wu.KISN & Co-.. 195 ami 197 F.ul
on Strorti.. Nha' York. i IriG m
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! . Quarterly Meetings
Fr the Wilmington tli-trict of the
Methodist E.Ch'irch, South: -
(COXCLUS ON PIICST KOUNO.)
Oikesburtf at 1 lulls.-........ Mar. 17-15
Newton Grve Mission.. ... .Mar. 21
Point Caswell Mission, at
Providence.-..-.. ..Mar. 27
R O. Bl'ictox. P. E
Best ever made, Emory's Little Ca
thartic Pills, pleasant to take, sugar
coated ; no griping ; only 15 cents a box
of Druggists or by mail. Stamlard Cure
Co., 114 Nassau Street. New York.
m d&w I
Dl-liop Lyman Appointments
March 18 Sunday W ilmington:
19 Momlai Wilmington. !
20 Tuesday Wilmington.
22 Thursday Rocky Mount.
23 Gtxid Friday Tarboro.
25 Easter Day Wilson.
29 Thursday South Mills, con
- , -I ; secration. , - , - 1
30 Friday Camden.
31 Saturday Newbegun Creek.
A fine assortment cf Guns and Pistols
at Jacobi's Hani ware Depot. t
Buggies! Buggies J
JEVT AisO COM UAh'D TOR SALS
r - .t. j'eotrrnntLAirD.
tt tS4t i J2V32. tXXt.lll Elbis ,
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NO: 60
Till 3IA1I
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Thjm;d ro-e ainj arrive at the City Pobt
- CLOSK.
"orthem thrupt malls, fx ft S.C0 P. 1
N'urtlifru tlinwizh ami wv.t mails... JV.40 A. !
ILiltjhjh 5.011 V. M. unt 5,40 A. II:
Mails for the N. C. IC-tilruuil anJ
routes euinllel thcrelroni inclutl-
ina A. A V. C. U:ulroa.l a !..... .5.40 A. M
StMithcrn Mails fur all jln!s South,
Liih........ :lo A M. hntl 8.00 P. M.
Wesicrw matla iG. C. li.iihvay)Uiily,
(excejl Sun'lay). ; .5.00 P. 3J.
AH jinU between Hamlet and Ital- i
cl'h.. 5.00 P. M.
Mail for Cheraw ant Iir!ir.cton ICail-
ruail. t 30 A . M . unt S.00 P. J .
Mails for pints between I'lorence
-ami Charleston.:.. .0.30 A. M anti .00 P. M.
rayettc Ulc at(toni:ch on CatKi Fear
Kiver Tue.-layB ami' Kri. lays L.1.00 P. M
Fayettevillc, Liimlwrtou. Liily,
except Sundays .5.00 P. M.
OnsUiW C H. and Intermediate 01B-
1 C8, Tuc 8 lays and FrMayB (00 A. M.
Smittiville tnal!, by steamboat, daily -
(except Sundays) ............S.30 A. M.
Mails for hlay 11111., Town Creek.
I Shallotteand Utile Itivt-i, Tuee-
! days and Fridays.. 1 6.00 A.M.
OPEN FOa DElAVEltY.
Wrlghtevillc, daily..! 8.30 A. M.
Nortliern through and way mails
f 7.3') and A 00 A. M
Sonthern Mail.... r. .(.... ..7.S0 A. SI
Carolina Central Railroad.-...- 3.45 A. M
Mails collected. Trom suvct bcxe every da?
at 3.ao P. M. 1 ' . J
Stamp O0ce open from 8 A. M. to iSiL, and
froin 2 to 5. 5 P. M. Money order ami llegteUr
Department ojeu earue as etamp oftice. 1
Stamps for alo in small quauiitieat genera)
delivery when stamp otlice ia closed.
General delivery omn from davlight to dark
4iii on Sundays from S.aft to 9.30' A. M.
NKW ADVEItTISKMENTSi.:
Attention !
M
EM BE US OF THE UIBEUXIAN BKNET.
OLrJXT ASSOCIATION. Yon nro here y"
fiunmoned o at-semblo at 8lft'oYl ek. jiliir
diiy morning. jctliMA SI llLL fori the
purpose or celcl.ralln!! -T PATulCK.rj DAY;
xty onler of ihe President i
JOHN W'. UKltLY,
nrh 1C It Chief M.tr. hal.
Don't Pay Rent.
DURING TIIE PAST FIFTEEN ' 2.
yeas 1 have so'd a la'ge num- rrs
b r of houses and ots i 1 tii citv on
th inst lH;nt i4an to 1 artie Who srfla
aro now living lre' and I drpeudent t i'- ji
of aii lords, ir not for tht iltn man v of
them 'would till te paring ren ant pr anltijr
under landlord ride, others, by paying sm tJt
nmoiints monthly, row own 'twj to three
houses ; oif p.u ty owns ix unci anoibvr owot
seven. To b k! n an upward path tin in.
einlinent plan has proven t be a k'o. i-us S'.e
ces. It is wonderful Imw rapi ly bmll
amount g tw into bijr llgur-rt Kuil.inx lots
for rale .on the i BCalniv.ut plan tituned
Sey nth, vvtKoo, tlghdi, iml lemh. Pick
nso, lcetuh, n fwelitu.i Thirteenth,
C-i8l Chirn-h. Nun, Ann, ran-,'e, t hcbtmil
Wttutt Mulberry, lied oross, iiwyuu, char
lone nid K- 11 in streets.
Money lo n- d t tho-e wishing f it'
Uicli Hi 1m ,tppU bi .1 xAl. WIi.s S.
BIG BEEF.
IHAT BIG BEEVE
has Ten sw much talk
OF WHICH THETth
will be cut up and sold
1 .
to morrow. It will bo about tho Largest and
I -!--'
Fattest aud Finest Eeef seen lu mirtet here lu
many da s. Also, j
VKAL, POBK, MUTTOK. SAUSAGES, Ac.
Leave oners early and get prompt itelivery.
. J. R. MELTON,
N. W. Corner Market and econd streets,
Proprietor of the out - te sauago
m h 16 Factory in the Mate.
5
Clinton & Point Caswell
Eail Road.
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gEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived till 12 o'clock, M., of tho l?th day of
April, 1S83, ftr th ! gradlns;nd track laying
of the Clinton & Point Caswell Hail Koad. '
fcpociflc-ttlon3 and proCl s may be fcef;u by
applyi ig to R. P. PADDiSON at Point Cau-
well, Pender county.
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mcli 15 Ira
F. Y. KERCHNER,
Pre3ldeaii
IS DAY.
A Complete -Assortment
SPRING & SUMMER
JECEIVnt TO DAY, WILL BE OPEN
for inspection to morrow. .
Thoe of my lady -ustoaiciwho lisrw been
awaiting the arrival of thcto gjol-4nd ofi
era will Hid among them the Ncnvsi itd
Latest and PretUest Stj -Ire and Designs.
A call and an examlnaUoa of stock U re
spectfully 8 licited.
MISS E-
KARRER,
tach I "
E2CCII ANGfe. CIKNKIL
BUTTER!
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QILTXDGK,
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OLEOMAUGA JUNK.
T2SAS, - .
corrExs,
,,- - ,. li '-.-' '- '" .' ; ,fL' V -'-t ;." W
MOLARS Ac . he
Tor salefat low prUts fey -
doa - .
" will ? g. ui rertv! hnrin iranlo (Sons
.v " 1
Tlie nanm of U wrher mo4 shvsjs 1m ttu
'th. to the. Kdltnr. ! -: " j " : ' " '
Com tn n nl cm ttons mast be wrttta; cm cfty
oesMcof the paner. v j
Peraonatltle moat be ol4et.i j
n1 It t jerUily psrUonUrr vtrier
to-1 that the Editor toea not ahray wndo-M
t . e views of correiomlenta onless o stated
.1 the editorial cnhimntt. j
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XKW A r V K 1 IT? S nI fiXTS j
Rflpu n tai n B utter;
A FEW PACKAGES .IN ROLLS
AND TUBS.
FO It "SALE AT LOTT PEICE3.
ITALL&PEAIISALL
Easter Card
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y 1
A LARGE VAntETrOF !
Beautiful NewDesigns.
- Call an4 see tbera C
YATES' BOOKSTORE.
Wa Liquoito.
gUT A STOCK OF FSESU, A. HO, 1 G250
CKKXES winkeptsow'sto, I
No.: 45, MaTketStireot.
All good' sold by na win pe .sa wpreeested."
GOOD GOODS AND- SMALL. PBOFJTS
WILL BE OUR MOTTO, i
us a trial and Jbe ;oonvicpd!.y 0 :
inch 1 2 If R. J. A R IW K4 UG If CO.
COUNTRY
rEuciiANrtf" and very'bodt nur
fet sui'ed In qttnllty-mi prices from the larre
btoen ot "aiilkY 00,at the leV
5aldkry and Trnk llouof 4 !
' II. M. BoWDEN A CO.,1
" , : ' 4 MarktSL
Mannfacture and Repair, i men $
BISQUE FIGURES!
A NO'iUtR LOT JUST UECE1VM),
, : And for ale by !
1 1
GILKK A MIRCnTROW.
"mrh 12
. 11 nd 4w MiirrhUon It took
Five Ceiit Uiisic.
1000 riECl!;? Vf andahd
, ; jbUKtTAMU4lC juatrecelreO.
Lover of Music, Attention t ' ,
. . ' .-. -- -i " ."
r ucvoiuiion 10 onoet axoeit.-
Tust th'nk of It t Thlamuil-U the mmela
size, qu ility of pa r, embellshmnn . Ac . a
th a heretofore oldat Irora Bt to 75 oenU.aod
whlcu vr will soli vmnow W Ft VK CICMTtf.
Now ia your time. Make your selocUooa
from -r; : ii 1 w . , J
H E INS B ERGER'S.
mchI5 Lire R-ok anil Muelo dtn '
Wotice;
rpHE UND RESIGNED BATING QUAU-
Uel as Administrator on the estate of Bobert "
C. Myers, d?ceaeed. on the 7tn day of Febrtt-j
ary, 18SS, la the Proba e Coat t of NewHsae "
verCouity, xsoUrei rcrebjjrtTen to sllpcr
sons indebted to sal t eesed. 'to mike tm
m dla e payment: and alt persons hvinfl; .
claims a nim-t said estate, wl I .present them
Tor pa mcnt on o- bf rj tho fttb d it of Feb
ma y, 1S1. or iU notice will be plet la bar
or thdir recovery. : ; i ' - j-. i i ;
1 his 9th day of February. 181. ! ' j
, , . , J.J. . MACR. j '
ft-.hla4yfri - v ; f Afrn'r. f . "
, Garden Seedl J
pE AS, BEANS. WRN-CABBAGE. In - ,
nip. KqaiRh. Cnllard, UidUh, c;4c. .
A fino selection of t lower.:eed.
For safe by ; ' ,
' ;W tLLIAM. JL GRKFX.
mcb C ' - ; . ; Drofgiit. f
The Place to Bay ' "
r UUPENTINE TOOL3.. ' -
X ; ' '.. ' - 1 ' '
PULLERS, 1 HACRflU, t
IHPPKH-. Wlli TTK'tSL !
r tt-V K WfclGnTS, A7
Bet of goods a Kmc B-tton price ' A
full ancf ciu. pleie fctork of Hardware 00079
on. lunu j " ..- . . . .
I W. K. f PRINGEI A CO., -nocoesors
to J ho Ihiwsoa A Co.. t .
nichl2 . 13, Stand 23 Market street
"GARDEN SEEDS. '
AKKESH LOT OF ALL KIN 03. of I
' ! v-- 1. .
bago and Tnrntp Seed, early and Ute rarla
Uei; Coltanl. poet and Tomato beed, a large
ock and an endless variety of Pea od
Bans. tetiiletJ at hol-al prices bj "
nIundGBroo.i
. Mannfacturing Pharmartts i , j
iViC ,W v AY. XklV Td&2
AND WILMISAJTON. N. C. r i .
Jan T .; ' ''' i t "
If You Would be, Happv
BUY A COOE CTOVE.
v i I ,
"The.6o!(fen HafveBt,"
II
CALUMET,1:'
Or, SOUTIfKUN OAK,
" Of P KKniS TA Ylt
y; Pare White. Oilu . met ,
. F; P. JONES,
seiior-t Law.' vm prat!oefV ary rcrt c
ce fiut-j. Specj ttuzzzx ta I 1 c
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