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JOSH. T. JAMES, tor & Prop.
VILMIT- N. C.
TUESDr JANUARY 8. .1681. .
Eatered ' 4,10 at Wilmington. N. C.
as socond-class master.
THe board of . cslunates and appor
ji'onment of New York has decided that
the expenditures of the city lor 1831
shall be limited to $33.01G.1G5( which
is 3.200.000 less than was asked for by
the heads of departments, bat 3.500.
000 more than was expended in 1883.
In 1873, ten years ago. the total expen
ditures were only $19.407 037 a little
more than one-half the amount to bo
spent this year. This is not a verv
pleasant New Year's present for the
unhappy taxpayers ot New York City.
The Washington Slar thinks Senator
Sabin's position as chairman of the Re
publican National Committee gives his
lews on party policy new authority.
Yesterday he authorized the statement
that he favored a cessation rf payments
bn the national debt in excess of the
amount set apart under the sinking
Jund act for that purpose, and the re
funding of the debt into fifty year two
percent, bond, with I he abolition ot
the ono per cent, tax on bank circula
tion, so as to make the two per cents.
an available basis for continuing the
national bank note system. These
views at cord with those ofllw; admin
titration, and will probably be adopted
by the party at large, but tlwy will he
antagonized by lhn Democrats, anil
form a "living issue in politics.
.The cable rumor tnat the Kolhs
child, acting for a combination ol
great railway companies, have" oflered
the French government $81 000,000 for
the State railways enzagc3 the attention
of all students of the railway problem
Aiinougu mere was a scheme six
months ago to construct 1 ,C0O miles of
needless railway in France, simply to
'redacc the social tendencies of the
idle and unemployed.' it is believed
that such folly will henceforth be
abandoned, aud there arc many who
think a salo of lhc State railways will
be eflected. The railway system of
Franco grew from 353 miles of lines in
1341 to 14,137 miles in 1879. and the
transfer to private hands of the vast
responsibility of the operation of the
State railways would certainly be re
garded in this country as a desirable
change for the republic to make. In
Germany, Austria, Hungary. IL'lgium.
Denmark, Norway and Sweden the
percentage of gross income swallowed
up in operating expenses is much
greater on government than on private
railways, aud there are peculiar reasons
why a republic should not undertake
the construction and operation of rail
ways. The government owns about
one sixth of the railways in France.
During the past year crime has uocn
on the increase. On an average there
have been four murders and two sui.
cides each day. On the other hand,
executions have averaged only two in a
week, and lynchiugs about the same
t number. Iaat year there were on au
average two murders and one suicide a
day, and two hangings and one lynch
iog a week. Since January 1 last 'one
hundred and five persons have expiated
their crimes by death at the hands ot
the law. Judge Lyuch ha.- been very
busy during the past year in the
South and West. Through tho in
strumentality of vigilance committees
and mobs, summary justice was meted
out to ninety-two culprits, against fifty,
seven in 1882. Eleven ot them wcr j shot.
eighty were hanged aud one (a negro)
was burned at the stake at Edgcrly,
La. la various parts ot tho Union nine
hundred and ten persons put an end to
their earthly existence by drowning,
lire, gas, the pistol, razor, rope. &c.
In 1832 there were three hundred and
eighty-three cases of suicide. This year
New York leads with two hundred and
four cases, against one hundred and
eighty.four in 1883. Pennsylvania fol
lows tho Empire State with ninety-two
cases of self destruction, i
Belgium, the freest and best governed
country oj the continent of Europe, is
for the present without a Constitution,
the charter of 1330, together with all
the papers relating to Bolgian indepen
dence, having been destroyed in the
fire which has burned to the ground the
Cbaja bcr of Representatives. The case
is unprecedented, and it will be inter
esting to see in what manner the nation
will rcadopt the act. Fortunately, one
may say without undue emphasis, that
the Belgian Constitution is written in
tbe hearts of tho people; and the Bel
gians, after all. are in no worse position
than tho English, who also have r.o
Constitution in documentary form. The
iuly other country which vas ever de
prived of its Contitutioa at one blow
was Poland. The Polish Constitution
of the year IS 15 was seized bodily, by
.the troops of tho Emperor Nicholas
aftor tho suppression ofthe insurrection
oi 1830, and carried away, rolled up
and enclosed la a japanned tin case, to
be exhibited at Moscow in a museum
of curiosities," where it is still to be
seen.
Steel rails, says tho Boston Bulletin,
have shrunk in average selling price
from $170 in 1867 to $35 in the eleventh
month of 1883. The average price for
the eighteen years in which wo began
to make steel rails, is $63!00 -per ton.
The fact should bo borne in mind, that
ODly 2,550 tons of sjcel rails were pro
duccd in the fiscal year of their appear
ance in the market, in 1867. i Fourteen,
years later the production, in order to
meet the unusual demand, reached I.
335,519 tons, selling in 1681 at an av
erage price of $61.12. The production
in 1883 was 1,460.920 tons, and the
price $43 50. The decline from $48 50
to $35 in less than a year ($13.50) is
tho sharpest decline in steel rails that
has been experienced in the business
The output ot steel rails for 1883 has
been approximated at 1,000,000, A
few mills have 'a creed to deliver 1 steel
rails at $35, a but this is I only
Dossible under extreme conditions
of "industrial economy However,
steel rails have been sold at $30 per
ton within the past two weeks, but
manufacturers lose money at that
price, it being within $5 of the price at
which English) steel rails made by
cheap labor can be sold in this country.
Were American labor as cheap as that
of the foreign article, we could under
sell tbe English manufacturers.
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It is u Positive Luxury
to brush the teeth wiihSOZODONT. so
fragrant and refreshing is it, and so
pleasant is the taste it leaves iu the
mouth after the operation. Then how
gratifying is the effect and how com
placent feels the beholder who views
in the glass a row ot ivories rendered
sjKJtles, by this benign and dclightlul
loiict articlo. j Only a few drops on the
brush, a rag or sponge is needed for an
ahlutiou and ; yct: it is wondrously
elective.
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SHCJItTS
There are forty female students in the
Lnivcrsity fcf fc.vs.
It is said Madame Nillson's salary is
3.000 for each performance.
Colored Masons have six loujrc3 in
Conuecticut. with 250 members.
Senator Aluncu is a partner in a
wholesale grocery inl Providence, li. I.
During the year 1683 not a single
American vessel eleared lrom the port
of New York laden with grain.
Tho smallest pony in the world is the
pet of the liaroness lJuroett Uoutts
Hartlett. lie is 5 years of age and
stands 13 inches high.
The Jinilwav Age publishes a sum
mary of railway forclosurcs in 1883.
The foreclosures covered 18 lines, with
a total of 1,354 miles of track, $18,821,-
000 capital stock, and $28,505,000 bonds
and debt. i
The largest individual tax pa'cr in
Dos'on is Joshua M. Sears, who pays
$50,5SS. One railroad corporation pays
$101,135; live poisons ' or corporations
pay more than SjO.000, and so pay
morethau $10,000. f !
Despite the unfavorable weather, the
business of the New! York theatres
Christmas day was gsod, the aggregate
receipts beingfcsttmated at about $10,-
000. In Philadelphia the receipts were
estimated at over $20,000.
Letter from Cyrus W. Field , J r.
8 East 57th Street
Nkw Yokk. May 8th, 1883,
Several times this wiute'r I have suf
fered from severe Colds on my Luugs.
Each time I have applied Am.cock s
l'oKUS Plasteks, aud in every Instance
I have been quickly relieved by -apply
ingonc acrovs oay chest and one on my
back. My lricnds, through my advice.
have tried the experiment and also
found it most successful. I feel that I
can recommend them most highly to
any one who mav sec lit to try them.
CYKUS V. FIELD. Ju.
Weak liuck, Rbuuinaiiiui aud all
Ijcal Talus arc rclioved and cured by
ALLCOClv'S . l'OROUS lLASTKIvS. Ouc
trial will couvincc you, but sec that
you get .hc genuine, , as all other so
called Porous Planters, without a single
exception, are worthless imitations.
aiOONSUINC.
Yes," said Mr.j Byrncsmoukey, at
the theatre. "I like short waits, bat
when I'm buying coal it's a different
matter." j
"I do not Ioto him in tbe old fond
way," writes Ella Wheeler. What's
the matter, Ella? Has be got to wear
ing cloth gaiters, or drinking tea for
bre&ktast, or something like that?
Every night before retiring the head
of a St. Louis honsehold taps at his
oldest daughter's door and says: "Are
yoa there my dear?" "Yes," is the
reply which generally comes back.
'All right," cheerily sounds the old
man as he starts for his room. "I
thought you might be missing."
Mrs. Syrakins cle Harris (to ladv
caller) "Do wa know the Hoggs? I
don't think wo do. Do we, Maud?"
Young Symkins de Harris (ago 11
years) "Qh, ma, what a story! Didn't
pa say be owed Mr. Hogg $5,000, and
he didn't know where in the world it
was to come from ? J (Tableau.)
'What are yoa doing there, Jane?''
"Why. pa, 1 am goiiig to dye my doll's
pinafore red." But what have you
got to dye it?" "Beer." ; "Who on
earth told you that beer! would dye
red?" "Wbyj ma said it was beer
made your nose mj. and T thought-t"
"Here. Susan.; tafcthis child."
"Are you coiner to the funeral t bis ;
afternoon. Mrs. Flin?" asked one lady
if my husband don't bring home
iiiaiiuuu iicKcis, rvpiiei ino iaiicr.
The Judge i
No. indeed; there's no place like
home." sighed the married man who
tripped over the coal scuttle and lell
into a washtnb while tumbling around
for a match to light the kitchen fire.
Airvr Journal. i
Silrcr I'l&tcd Spoons and Forks, low
rrioes. at Jacobi's.
Health is impossible when the blood
is impure, thick;, and sluggish, or when
it is thin and impoTerished.j Under
such conditions, boils,: pimples, head..
aches, neuralgia. Theumatism. ana one
disease after another is developed. Take
AyerSarsaparilla.and it will roafc
the blood pure,
rich, warm, i and
vitalizing
Scalsacqucs arc long and half-fitting
Cured Six Years Ajro.
"It has been 6 years since I was cured
of fits," says Mr. W. Ford, of Wirt,
tTsrK -A -I- orW
UIU lb. null ii oinojd
$1.50, at druggists.
nuncio- dresses abroad are all made
short. ' . i
tismtuor. Aran'V-ivorrik Svrun
Infallible,' tasteles, harmless, cathar
tic: tor leverisnness. resiiessness,
worms, constipation. 25c
The favorite balmoral skirt is black.
TkiTVAw. Wis . SeDt. 24. 1878.
Gents I have taken not quite one
hntHo nt thP. Hon Bitters. I was
feeble old man ot 78 when I got it. To
day I am as active and leel as I did at
30. I sec a great many that need such
a medicine. D. BOYCE.
Kitten's heads adorn many felt and
Tha most delicate nersons eniov tak
ing Esionv's Little Cathartic Pills
give a wholesome appetite, put new
incut a uiuivcii-uunu uvui. v
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Clinging draperies remain in favor
witn iNew loric society gins.
ui me many remeuies uuiuic iuu ijuu-
ic ibr.Ncrvous Debility and weaknec-s
f Nerve i Generative System, there is
Of the many remedies before the pnb-
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of
none
uiuai ij rxi.vii o mam vvv
which promptly ana permanently
C'l tct r fnr .Qr At dnip-trists. or bv
mail from J. II. AJlenl 315 Firt Ave.
New York City. ! eod&w
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tsiactv stocKings remain me nrsc
favorites of fashionable women.
s. run vnci
The Volt
aic Belt Co., ot 'Marshall
Mich , ofler to
o sena jjt. ine s ieieuat-
on trl.iL for thin v ilavs. to men. old
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and youns alilicted with nervous
neumty, josc vuaitty, ana many ocner
a 1. w 1
See advertisement ia this paper,
t th s eow&w
MISCELLANEOUS.
WeahNeryousillen
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Whoae debility, crslukmfed
and faUora V parfortn llfe'
duties properly are caused bf
excesses, errors of youth, xrtc, ,
will lind a, perfect and lasting
restoration to robntt healtk
and Tlfforonn manhood in
THE MARfiTON RnUlfi.
Neither stomach drrurcinir nor
mrraments. i nis treatment or
Xervons llotolllty and
lhvfclciilDecay istinitarmly
sncceasftil becanso based on perfect diagnosis,
new nnd direct method and abeolnte thor
onthncM. Tall information and Treatise free.
Address Consnltinjr rhrfneian of
MARST0N REMEDY CO., 46 W.UlhSL, New York.
novA27-lyeod&w - tb .
Twists and Twinges.
"My brethren shouted Dr. Talmage one
bricht autumnal Sunday, "hero is a lesson
from the cornficl I. God has arranged that the
ear and the husk shall be parted. Every rheu
matic pain u but a thrust of the husking peg,
and every neuralgic twinge is only a twist of
tbe huskcr." (
Possibly; but nobody wants to 'be husked,'
for all that, and nature teaches us to resist the
process.' Therefore, we accept with gratitude
whatever helps us to suppress those very
twists and twinges. . 1 2 , . '1 ;
From his pleasant home, Grccumount, near
SiQgtSlug, N. Y., M. Alfred Bacr, a French
gentleman, writes: j .
"I have suffered almost intolerable torments
from rheumatism for many years. Of the nu
mcrous remedies which I tried, none benefited
mo, Uut Paukkr's Toxic gave me great sat
isfactiou. I certify with pleasure that it re
stored my health. You are welcome to pub
lish this and use my name."
Messrs. Uiscox A Co. call cdpcclsl atten
tion to the fact that this preparation, which
has been known as Pakker's Ginger Tonic,
will hereafter be advertised and sold simply
under the name of Pakker's Tonic. As un
principled dealers arc constantly deceiving
their customers by substituting inferior, pre
paratlons under tbe namo of ginger, and as
ginger is really an unimportant flavoring iagro
dlcnt, we drop the misleading word.
There is no chqstge, however, in the prepara
tion itself, nd all bottles remaining in the
hands of dealers, wranned under tho name
of Paskes's Ginger Tonic, contain the gen
uine medicine If the fae simile signature of
IIiscox A Co. Is at the bottom of the outside
wrapper. deo 13-d Aw
BEFORE
Electric Appliances art sent en 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEfl ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD.
W7"HO r msJUtinm from Kmtoci Dxbiutt,
V Lot Vitautt. Lack ot Kbits Forcx ab
V ioor. W asttso W unwa, nd all Uiom iHk-iiti
of a Psoal Kattxs resoltlac from Abcses and
uthbx Cavsks. Bptyedj relief and complete resto-
rmtion Of HBALTH.YfOOaiHl ttAKHOOO OCABASTKZSi.
Tbe grandest discovery of the 'inete&tn Cenrarr.
Urud at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Addrees
VCtTAie BUT CO., UABSHAU. HUH.
now 2T.lyeodX.r
ith
FREE!-:"
RELIABLE SELF-CIR1E''
farorit preMrtptioa of on cfCl
BOted ad aooOMBfal rmdaUata la tba t
lntoeu-at
fc f ZXmn h mm, irem kmm and lm umm. Lk
ja Si si 1 it an vtoyy . rTrcry i in 1 1 1 '-
?itm$ DR. WARD 6 CO.. lm!iiua
tjoy ZT lyeotUtw t th :
Akin AttttbA
TSOSX
iVhat is a Blood Corpusclo?
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A blood corpuscle .is' one of the
Snallestf thicp on earth, fit is a flat
.... ot exctly round;
fP-L.
buf
iearly So, and not quite tne tnineeu
mddredth part of an inch long
Blood corptisles arc closely laid
iloncrside J of each other in your
blood j i They are ot a ongnt rea
color, They owe this (color to the
iron that is in them. But for this
, . - . y) - ' , " j
-cd color ofthe corpuscles, the blood
would he a colorless fluid.
As the blood rapidly goes rts
' rounds through arteries and veins
driven by the , heart, the corpuscles
go with it, forming a very! important
part of it.
If there is not enough iron in the
Wood, the corouscles sutler. You
fi n orrmci nnr ran vou
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see one, except vvitn tne microscope.
fiut '- tell that they suffer, by
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finding out that1 you are weak and
poorly and palc The cheerful red
that is on a healthy cheek is owing
!ne iron m inc uiuuu wipuDua.
When the cheek is blanched and
i . t
pecause incre is nui cuuuyii nuu m
vour blood.
"How can I eet iron into my
Tli'rrJX:.T
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cniaintancq with that metal is in the
way of nails, pokers, horseshoesl or
I railway TclUS. llic iiuii ni uic uiuuu
ft- eoircnrn mtal ne in thp:hpaw
naraware
But bh! in such adif-
ferent shape !
; There is a wonderfm preparation
of iron that is made so that it bour-
ishes the blood by entering into it
and becoming a part of it, thus trav- j
eling through arteries veins, and
L. m a ! ' VT C r . -v.-.-v-fc f 4- i t oil n
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nean.
pprtant part of Browns Iron fitters
j :i j: i -t,
i r i -i j - Xi l -
3UCn iame as a Duuoer-uu ui uruKji
down systems, and an invigorator ol
I. m -vk -IT -( . .
the, blood. . Lirovvn s iron fitters
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wnicn you can ooiam irom no oinei
source.
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FRESH ARRIVALS
ATMOKE'S CELEBKATED MINCE ME AT3
. in Barrels. Half Barrels and Pails ; and
A
PLUM PUDDING
5 1 ! j j in all sizes. . , r .
These are the very best fgoods ot theirklDd,
and nc family should be without them.
ORANGE MARMALADE.
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a most delightful Sweetmeat for the tea table
To arrive on'Tuesday next, a, fresh supply ol
wngei: lany, ,
Ben's Boston CrackeTs, j j
& Genecovc Waters, :.
rV CoflecJCakessoraethlngJnewZandinlce.
Orange Bar, ,
AlmondMaccaroons,
Cocoanutg Uaccarooijs, and
The Genuine Alb'ert!Biscuit,
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In one andjtwo pound Tins.
For sale low. ..
John L. Boatwright.
nov 12-tf
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Commercial Hotel
Wilmington,, N.C.
M. SCHLOSS, Prop.
THIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
First-class Bar and BILLIARD ha
LOON ATTACHED. r W
First National Bank of.Wil
mington.
C APIT ALSTOC K. . . . . . . . .
1250,000
BURPLUS FUND...........
. 66,0l
Deposits received aad collection made on
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all accesalble polstan ih Unite-l states.
DIRECTORS,
E. JE. BUKRUSS, I- D. O. WORTH 1
A. MARTIN, :
JA8. SFRUNT,
GEORGE CHAD BOURN.
: OFFICERS!:
E. E. BURRUSS........ L
PrcBSdexvl
Caahier
A. K.iwALKER...;i;Mi..-:
Art Caaaler
fa HABIT E
Iiaiany
-irl
Vil.
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aiati iy. .. frr iimi iaU.
i " tVAJUM.a, is . iu sctl
nov 27 lyCMAw
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IBATLKOAUS, &G.
Wilmington !; & eldon
BaUroad '.Company.
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WlJmlnKtoff, N. C, Nov 17,-1883. -
Change of Schedule.
ii.illitJriin
ON 5 AND AiTEIt HOY'S, 18, ISS3.ULT 1.05
A. M.. PaaBcncrer Trains on the W liming
ton a eiuon xuiuruau niHiiuioo w
PAY MAIJAND EXPRESS TRAINS DAILT
K08. 47 NOSTB AN 48 SOUTH: j
Leave Wlimlngton, Front St. Dept, S.53 A.
Arrive atWeldon 2.31 P.
Leave WeMon..j. ............ ....... a.w-. m
Arrive at Wilm'gton, Front St. D'pt, 8.40 P. M
Fast Through Maii. A Passknokb Traiw
Daily No. 40 South. '
Leave Welflon L. 5.50 P. M
Arrive at Wllm'gton.Front St. Dp't 10.25 P.;&S
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY
No. 43 North.
Leave Wilmington.
Arrive at We Man..
8.00 P. M.
2Li0 A. Bi.
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Mail, and Passekgee Trains Nos 45 and 42
Leave Wilmington, (Sundays ex- 1
cepted) .12.S0 A M
Arrive at Weltion...... 6 30 A M
Leave Wellon, (Mondays excepted)!. 05 A M
Arrive at WilmiDgton. . . , p. G55 a. M
Train No. 40 South will stop only at Wilson,
Goldsxro nnd Magnolia. ? - t; .
Trains on Tarboro Branch Road Leave Rock Y
Mount for Tarboro at 1.20 A. M. and 4.30 P.
M. DaUy. (Sundays excepted). Returning.
leave Tariwrp at I0.0C A.M and 3 P. M. Dailr.
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road leave
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.25 P. M. Re
turning leave Scotland Neck at 8.30 A. M
daily except Sunday. ' V !-" ;
Train no. 4. make? close connection at we
don for all points North Dailv. 1 AU rail vb;
Richmond, and daily except Sunday via Ba
i.me. - - . - i
TrainNo. 43 runs daily and makes close con
nection for all Points North via Richmond aud
wasniagEon. i .i-J-:-;
AU trains run solid between Wl'mlntrton an
Washington, and have Pullman Palace Sleev.
era aiucnecu . ,
For accommodation of local travel a nassen-
ger coach will be attached to local freight leav
ing Wilmington at 7.00 -A. M. Dailv excent
Sunday. i : ' -1 v
JOHN F. DIVINE,
General Sunerintendent.
T. M. EMERSON, Genera,' Passenger Agent
nov n ' t - -
Wilmington, Columbia
& Augusta R. R. Co.
nom n., ,
Vilminxton, N. C. Nov 17, 18S3.
rv--.---?
e bf Scheciuie
AND AFTER NOV4t ISth. ISS3. at
4.33 A. M.. the following Passenger Scbed
ule will be run on this road : " i
LNo.40 Leave Wilmington, (Mondays
j excepteaj ........... 7.1 a m
Inlra ot Wnvanna 1 1 Aft A M
No; 45-LeaVe Ft rence. (Sundays r
. . . W . k .Ul VVy . ........ L..Lr --
x ?lTkh" Si"';"'' " ' " 'i -Vim v m
excepted)
-r-Arriveat Wilmington.
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Nos. 48
- ' ' Weiand7 East.-- -Leave
Wilmington.:............,, 9.10 P. &L
Leave Florence..................... 2.40 A.f M.
Arrive at O. C- & A. Junction.;.... 6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia........... K.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.... .....J.......i... 9. S5P. M.
Leave C. C. & A. Junction.. 10.20 P. M.
Ijeave Florence v.. A. rf.
Arrives at Wilmlxigton 8.23 A. M.
Nioht Mail and passenger Train, Dailt
. NO. 40 VVESTf . ; .
Leave WUmlngton.. ...... 10,40 P. M.
Arrive at Florence.. 1 45 A. M.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN t DAirJt -
-. . No. 43 East. r i
Leave Flrence at .......3.35 P. M
Arrive at Wilmington ........ J 7.42 P . M
Train 43 stops at all Stations. f
No. 40 stops only at Flemington. and Marion.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on G
Hr. C. W R . f! Sr Ti ft fitiiMniis itVa. Ttm
Hon, and all points beyond, should take the
Night Express.
Separate Pullman Sleepers forCharlestoc
and Augusta on Train 4. I
au trams run sona between Charleston and
Wilmington.il , ?r -ti ,
Local freieht leaes Wilmlnorton - dailv ex
cept Sunday at 6.10 A. M. '; ;
I JOHN F. DIVINE,
I General Superintendent
T. MJ EMERSON, General Passenger Agent.
nov 17 ' ,
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Carolina Central R. It.
Company
j OFFICH OF GENERAL SUraitrNTEDEWT,
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WUmlngton, N. C, June 13tb. 18S,
Change of Schedule.
QN AND AFTER JUNE 13th; 1883, THE.
ipiipwinsc ocncaaie i win be operated on thi
Railroad:
PASSENGER MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIN
' Dally except Sundays.
. ) Wilmington at....;... 7. 00 P. M
No. L Leave Raleigh at..... 7.35 P. M
) Arrive at Charlotte at .7-00 A. M
. ) Leave Charlotte at ...8.45 P. M
Arrive liaieign ... .8.30 A. M
) Arrive Wilmington at..;. 8.25 A. M
Passenger Tnlna utnn at
TSbie?tatodta Company.
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER. MAIL
, EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
Dailv exfifint finrufn-cm
ieave unarwKe 530 p
Leave Shelby.... ..M....L Yoa 11 m!
Arrive at Charlotte ............lo!30 a! l
amvrti oneiDV. ...... .... o nnr l
xraina xso. l ana 2 make close connection
Armlet wim a. s a a rains to and from RaJ-
Throngh Sleeping Ctn between wlfmfn
and Charlotte and Kalplvh nH h.i..
1 for States, SUtiona
"Y" ",vuu, Asueviuo ana points West
Also, for 8risj-t&nbririr..nnii. AtZZll
Atlanu and all points Sonthvi
L. C. JONES,
Y w f'f awit SQPntcndent.
imie 13 - Passenger Agent
LYON&H
State & Uonrce Sis.. Chicago
.HANDCATALOUUG. i
lor IiS3. .W re..--. .19 tjncrsiiTp
ltnit!. Sxifr, ivsw,
PompMa. fan.tv C r.tw.
!5
Ai"f
PUfiOELL HOITSE.
TINDER NEW MANAGEMENT :
Lau, Proprietor Atlantic HbteL rUClaa.
utsuA iiM aprjoinnncnu. Term ft. n , ti.coi
I I
LlTIB ISM
i . ---w. . :
KTCapital Prize O705orf
tickets only OS. Sharii0
portion.
Louisiana; Stato Lottm
- - . Company, j '
arrangement foraU, AtmWw fl?1
Annual ltratcxnn tt r.jT ? i
terv Company, and in person ianZ
trot the Drawing themselves, akd fci0
same ore conducted tcitf honetfv. ySJC?
in trood faith toward all oartirm j r. k
vie company to use Ults eerUJtcaU Zx
simile of our signatures attacked. ,J??
metnent." . . T
r T i - . ... n
M
M
Commissioner
f n..n I. IOCS Ill .
lalaturofor EducaUonal an
icaupnai ana CharfUMiS
.Pital of tl,000,000-.to rlV?
t $530,000 ha -i'
roses with a ca
reserve runa o
By an oycrwhclmlng ponulai tote imL
rhise was made apart of the prcCBt
Constitution adopted December 2d. a. h
The only Lottery ever voted. en and
by the people of amy State. , '
i .
never scale or postpone.-
Its Grand Single Number? DhiwinJ ...
place monthly. ,. r : j ; : I ,r
ASTLKNDID OPPORTUNITt TO Wll ,
F4WTIJNE.. First Grand Drtwing. cS (
" . .ubvmiji viu&r7 n lfiei
Capital Prize S75.000
100,000 Tickets at : Fiv n
A i'iars Each. Fractions In Fiflfc
iu proporuou,,, , ; j
x ; LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital Prize jOf.... ...... I..
. am.. M iuu via ...... ..... .....J
1 Capital Prize of.. ...........
2 Prizea of t6.000...,...i.j J
Ha
.. iu j
T 5 Prizea -of 2,000i ......i... ......
10 Prizea of V l,000...,...i.i.-....
I'nzcs ot !('8W...,.,
100 Prizes of f 200...... $V
r300 Prizes of 100 S,'
500 Prizes of 50 J..l. ....... si1
1000 Prizes l of
AriFSOXMATIOS PHIZES,
9 Approximatiob Prizes of 1750.
9 " i " ! nnn
y - tw.' i; . ;. I r 25C. t
1,967 Prizes," amounting to.... 4. i:... k;
Application for rates to clubs should be a
only to the office of the CompaAy in Nef
leans. " I ' ' I I i
For further informatlonj- write clcirlt, t
ing ? full address. - Make P. O. Moneji
ders payable and address Kefflatered LeUa
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL I BANK,
t New Orlkas'i
POSTAL NOTES and orcfinarr leton
Mail or Express (all suns of $9 and unwt
i rr . . I
- ' M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, U
Or M. A. LJAUP111W, f I ir '
. 607 Seventh St., Wa$hlngtoh,D.C
. . r a a. . I, I, .a - i , ' i
iec j'j-weu-Bsi iw-uaw
3
T, HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE
for, the TANNER! & ' DELANEY EfO
CO'S ENGINES AND BOILERS from lt
horse power ; also Tramway orNarr j
rx)comotlvesl
. Engines adapted to Farm use a speclato
sXsT" On hand and - for sale very, low, H
from 5 to 15 horse power.! - t I
aug 15-6m . . . . i 8. W. SKIXNX
Bagging, , Ties, Twina
iUUU 3,000 Bdl i COTTON TIES.
' .5 Bales BALING TWISt
. ; .For alebvU: 1 . Li. t I
nov 2G KERCIINER & C ALDER Bt-
Bacoril -Lard,' Molassei
h nW Boxes hry Salt Sidcsf ri Vatti
1UU 100 Ilhds Molassca.. FofeakM
nov 26 T KERCUNER CALDBBfi
. Flour,; Sirgar, Coffee
Jinn J,l18 'LOUR, an gr&aeg,
x I V V V 50 li bis Refined 8UO
100 Rack k flOIP RKK. Fnr uk V
nov
26 'KERCIINER t CALDEB BS-
t Tobacco.
. ... , '-J t ,, , . J T ... j ,.- i , I ' . ..
XETE HAVE FULL BINES .OF TOW
v . vr .
which vre are selling EIGUT CZNTI
prices 1 prior; to May 1 st. . ; -
Also a very large stock of G BCfCt K5
- 1 ; . i H
PROVISIONS at bottom flghrcs. i '
WORTH &
Chrictmao Cig
TT 'TOU CONSULT- YOUR
est
i you will order vour snppllef oi i
Goods, Ogara! Tobacco. &c. of 'A CSj
WALD, at VThc Little 1 Store txof
Corner." The Best Goods for the.P I
Guaranteed' 'best Cigar! In tt cUJ
money.
; ' ... . v . '. i
a cents cigars to be had la W
Thru wa :Pk I
QEAS jN JS OVER AND TUF f
CAL AND BALL Season has P !
and JOUN WERNER, the practfV
Barber and Perfumer, Is personally?
ance at his Hair Dressing Saloon. S
Steeet, between Water and Front. ,
TTNDKRTAJCEB, CABINET
MA
r
CARPENTEHl ftSM tnd Wor
ond street. oDnAait antherlxnd
KeepeetfulHr anMrlta onlen fSr-i
Kuuuwora, prompt denvery n",'
a . tlaTnV '
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