WILMINGTON, N. O :
.FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1874.
llobberr on the
On Wednesday last, -whilo the
steamer IX Murchison was on her
way up tbe river to Fayetteville, a
package of money, containing &D,000,
-wasr etolen from the eafe in Capt. Gar
Meon'a office, during hi3 temporary
absence. The money was shipped by
Messrs. Williams & Murchison to their
house in Fayetteville, and was by
Capt. Garrasoii taken on board and
looked up in the iron safe. The key
of thia safe was o-very large oao, and
was too heavy to be carried in the
pocket -willi-any ea3e, and was therc
f ivo cr.ovftVfv kent in a drawer in the
Captain's desk. A number of pas-KOiif-erp
rere on board on the trip re
ferred to, among others a lady, resid-
ic licai Evans' Landing.
bout v.'uh ri.u
dy fast to this lainiiug.tLe
all et-nt ashore
pt-i i-.ji i'
S L- r
ij .-.,rio duty,
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the lady p-
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kmV ! rwr
:i a ihI ji
t-rnr'li colored boy. 'In
J.n k.sf.n, but Ht-klom
ilut hoim while tht
m. r is 5 it motion uud the -ngineer.
v !...-. eun.m it in to go n the up pel
d. ck lu iji vcr the bout f-tops, was,
TiufortiiUiiteiy, in this instance, detain
ed below in conversation with a pas
: e:.ger; otherwise, by being present
near the oDlce, he might have prevent
ed the robbery.
After r thort absence Capt. Garra
rjon returned to the boat, which wan
again started up the river, but the
Ions of the money was not discovered
until the boat reached Fayetteville.
Suspicion at once attached itself to
Perry Gotten, the assistant pilot, and
the fireman, named Allen , anil
they were promptly arrested. Capt.
Sam Skinner and Capt. Robeson un
dertook to search the boat and were
rewarded by finding a package of
;t2,C00, one-half cf tho amount stolen,
concealed behind the tin sheathing in
a little house just forward of the Cap
tain s oiuco, ana through wmcu it is
necessary to pas3 to reach the hurri
cane deck. The balance of the money
has not yet been found, although
r trong hopes of its recovery are enter
tained. There is good reason for be
lievii;;- that Perry Cotten and Allan,
tho tlr--nana, aro the guilty parties and
tht-y will be subjected to a rigid exami
nation. It is known that they knew
and commented on the fact that the
bundle they saw c iried aboard by
Capt. Garrafon when here contained
a large amount of mcuiy and when
the b at ie."v-l'od Evans' Luiidiiig one
of then : H i red particularly trixions
to know ii tho Captain was g''ifig
In this condition tho matter rested
at the last accounts in regard to it but
wo most (sincerely hope that the
authorities at Fayetteville may be
able to establish tho guilt of the
thieves and to recover the full amount
which was lost.
A Serious Cliarye.
Wo published the report, in Satur
day 'a issue, of the loss at sea of the
.sehoouer C. 1 Grove, Cupt. George
B. Weaver, hailing from Mill River,
N. J., but bound to this port from
NavasKa Island, with a cargo of phos
phates for the Navassa Guano Co.
The matter assumed yesterday another
raid a more important phase by tho
appearance before Commissioner Cas
oidey, of Prestly Wilson, the
steward ou board tho ill-fated ves-:--il,
who made r-flidavit that "on
the IClh tlay of November, said vessel
then being eu the high seas, tho saiel
George B. Weaver did wilfully aud
c orruptly east iiway the said vessel, of
which he was part owner, with intent
and uoaign to prejudice the other
owners :;;d luoso persons wno iiati
uvielerwritten policies of insurance ou !
i aid vessel." The afUdavit is support- j
t-u by tho testimony of four others. a!i j
scaiii-.a on board tho schooner, and if I
their htu!emei.ts are borne out in the i
eviitei.e-3 they give iu on the exaroina- j
lion. iLev v. ill mak-i up a bnd ease for
C?.pt. V aver. In justice to this ;
party, however, wo withhold a publi
cation a' tlieyo statements uutil after
they shall have been testified to ou
Capt. Weaver was arrested yester
elr.3 and committed to jail without
bail, for sui examination before Com
mission' r Cassidey to-morrow. He
suminoued for the defence a witness
in the person cf the mate of the vessel
who refused to obey the requisition
for his appearance, Faying that he
was about to ship from the port. A
warrant for his orrest was therefore
isr.uetl arm ho was committed for con
tempt aud to appear as a witness iu
There is much feeling among those
who have been informed ou this mat
ter. Most of the crew, if not all, are
colored men, and we have been in
formed that on Friday they were
clamorous for their wages, which
Capt. W. could not pay. Of course,
Commissioner Cassidey had no dis
cretion iu the matter, as an individual,
, but was compelled, as an officer, to
obey the laws made for his guidance,
but it elocs really Eeem hard that a
man just rescued from shipwreck,
clo!iflf and penniless, should be
:t M'ihy jail as soon as he
;, .i a lufore his guiit is
Only about seven miles of the Caro
lina Central Railway, between this
city and Charlotte, yet remains to be
completed and if the present weather
holds good it is expected that the last
spike will be driven by the 10th of
November. The two constructing
forces are now near enough to hear
the whistles from trains on the oppo
site ends of the gap and in a few days
they will be in Bight of each other.
Exchange of Courts.
J udges Kerr and McKoy having ex
changed the formen will hold Sampson
Court this week and Judge McKoy
will preside at Randolph Court, wbieh
frill also be in session this week.
Tlie Carolina Central Looking' for
a Western Outlet.
There seems to be well founded re
ports, frora reliable sources, that the
owners of the Carolina Central Rail
way are looking for an outlet for their
line, via Asheville or Cranberry, or by
both routes, to the great West. One
of the plans proposed, we understand,
is to build a narrow guage road from
Hickory to the Cranberry Iron Ores,
via Lenoir, in Caldwell county, and
thence to the line of the Virginia &
Tennessee & Cumberland Gap Rail
road. Another plan is to join
others in completing the West
ern North Carolina Railroad to
Wolf Creek, either with the present
guoge or with a narrow guage; and
still another proposition is to run a
narrow guage branch from Marion, in
McDowell county, to Cranberry and a
branch frcm Old Fort to Wolf Creek.
Either of these routes would effect for
us a most desirable connection with
the rich counties cf the West and
would aid most materially in develop
ing tbo mineral resources of that sec
tion of the blase.
Mr. Edward Matthews, who is the
1 owner cf the Carolina Ccii-re.-uiy
to aid others in any
visible tIau to
ud we hope that the Legislature may
o indue, u to countenance and aid th'
ti! rpriHt. i nly b' the labor of tin
i ul. t-OT'Vif''-.
..ro Uv rocmon-A Trip -
At the solicitation of Deputy Sher
ff Rivenbark, ex-Sheriff Black left
he city on last Tuesday, for the pur-
pose oi exploring augoia xouobuu.
with the view of ppending Tnanksgiv
mg Day in looking up aroutefora road
which the people of the South Wash
ington section wish to have construct
ed across the bay. The party spent
three dnys and two nights in the sur
vey, friviccr their attention to that
portion of the pecoson
DeEosset Creek and the
county line, and as lar
interior as Love's Isiand,
Blue Ridge, the point visiteel by the
explorers some forty years ago, an
account of which we have recently
pub ished. They found tho pocoson
in excellent condition, it being quite
evident that there is not near as much
water there new as was the case w"ien
it was visited by the first explorers,
They traveled dry ehod all of the way,
.and found it so dry that they experi
enced seme iliffieulty in obtaining
water to drink; an ox-cart could
probably be driven over all cf the
ground traversed by tbem. Thty
found eolid bottom in the spongy bay
at a detth of five feet, and Mr. Black
thinks that a crcod road, such as is de
sired, could be constructed at a cost
net exceeding g-,500.
; The party entered the pocoson at
DeRoftfrt's Creek, which they explored
for a ilis'aiice of a mile and half, and
found a much greater fall of water
and went in
t poke n of in
a Xoi thern
it they saw
distance1, Love's Islauei,
then aboii- two miles off, presenting a
magnificent sight of beautiful loL-g
straw ed pines standing out in bold re
lief against the horizon. They walked
over to the isiand where they spent the
night and the next day, which was
Thanksgiving. On ihe return, they
followed a direct line, which they
found to be four miles long. They saw
in the bay oztxetive cane fields, and
the savannah was astonishingly beau
tiful, covered, as it is, with thousand
cf acres of the beautiful and valuable
wintergreen plants, with their myr
iads of scarlet berries. There wa3 also
a great deal of sumac growing among
the canes. They found a large number
of bear tracks anel deer tracks iu every
part of the bay they traversed.
As concerns the object for which it
was undertaken, the expedition was a
very successful one, as the party came
to the conclusion that a ' good road
could bo constructed across the bay by !
the usual plan of
sides of the road.
ditching on both
)Rr ireat fairanfi Uaihvu .
We are in receipt of tho mo3t grati
fying information iu reference to our
Our owu chie-ftau of thj lowlands,
the gallant Waddell, and that noble
c'.iief of tho highlands, Gov. Vance,
will deliver adelresses during the Fair.
The celebration of tho opening of
the Carolina Central Railway is likelj
to be a most important feature of the
Fair. Waddell to represent the East, and
Vance the West! The seaboard and
the mountains in council for the inter
est of the State!
The occasion of the completion of a
great line of railway, running 240
miles due west, from tho seashore
to the monntaius, is an event that
every son of the Old North State
shnnUl rejoice over. And tj this wo
add the pleasing intelligence that this
great line is to cross the mountains,
not in the dim and misty future, but
now. Scarcely do we hear of the clos
ing of the gap between Wilmington
and Charlotte before rumors are rife
that orders are about to be given to
push the head of the column across
the mountains both by Asheville and
Snrely the Carolina Central has live
owners aud live managers. What
other great work of internal improve
ment has been able to continue its on
ward progress during the financial
pressure of the past year ? Few of
our readers know or have the slightest
conception of the difficulties that have
been overcome and the great amount
of labor that has been done in boring
through the rocky ridges of Anson
and Union to make this railway track.
Go over the line, reader, to Monroe,
and see the almost continuous rock
cuts from Boggan's to Monroe and
from Monroe half way to Charlotte,
and yon will be surprised at the
amount of work done.
But we only began to epeak of the
Fair and the opening of the Railway.
The people from all parts of the State
are interested and invited !
Passed off with us very quietly, with
out disturbance and without accident,
so far as we could learn. With the
exception of a few stores business was
entirely suspended during the day,
and everybody seemed determined to
enjoy the occasion to the full. There
were many good dinners, and alas,
many poor ones, and there were many
happy family reunions. Some of the
Church bells rang out their invitations
to prayer and a few people heard and
obeyed the summons. The streets
were almost deserted and the woods
were filled with amateur Nimiods, the
report of whose guns could be heard
at frequent intervals in every direc
tion, and about one bird for every
twenty shots fired on, the day will sum
up the casualties,
Sudden Death of Mr. Chas. Bl
Koons, of this CIty-A Murder
on Attack cn a. Railroad Hand.
A gentleman who arrived hero yes
terday from Monroe, brings the sad
information that Mr.' diaries M.
Koons, of this city, died suddenly in
that town on last Tuesday evening, a
very short time after the arrival there
of the train.
Mr. Koons was a painter, only about
33 years of age, and came to this city
from Maryland. He went up to Mon
roe on the Wednesday of last week, for
the purpose of fulfilling a contract for
somepaintingto be done there and was
at work up to within about twenty min
utes of his death. He died very sud
denly from hypertrophy of the heart.
About midnight of the same day on
which this sad occurrence took place,
a difficulty occurred between a white
man, whose name we did not learn, a
fireman on the locomotive ruu by Mi.
Thomas Smith, on the Carolina Cen
tral Railway, and a colored fellow,
uame not reported. The latter as
saulted the white man with a bar of
iron called a fish-clamp, inflicting a
severe wound on the head and knock
irg him down. The darkey was ar-rt"i-id
aud lodged in jail, and the
injured man was brought down to tL:
mtv v.-!fitrdiiv on the mail tram, lor
the purpose oi receiving nieuicn
Untiou. It ib not thought that
. . . -i-.i
Lis wounds will prow fatal.
A colored mau by the name ot Henry
illiodes. houie io or 50 years ot age,
ud living .vouie. bjx tui.'es above- tn
.ty u ilie road leading to North East
iry, disappeared a tew days ince
under very mysterious circumstances.
It seems that on last Wednesday ne
went out into the woods to work, and
u Thurfcday morning had not return-
d. His duhter. therefore, Decame
very uneasy in regard to him and went
m to see II sue couia unci uiiu. ouc
discovered the spot at which he had
been at work, cutting wood, but tue
only trace she could rind of her
father was a portion of a water
proof cloak that he wore, which
appeared to have been cut from his
person. Kot far from this spot she
met another colored woman who in
formed her that the beatd a gnu tired
in tho woods the previous night, about
midnight, and that her husband went
out to see what it meant, since which
time ho had not returned. The girl
then returned home and on yesterday
a party was organized to look for
Rhodes, but with what result we have
not yet learned.
A Sad Case.
A white woman, apparently about
25 years cf age, whoso name was after
wards nscertained to be Rebecca Her
ring, frcm Point Caswell, in this
county, appeared yesterday morning
at the office of Justice VanAmringe,
and macje application for various war
rants to be issued. The warrants re
lated to various subjects, one of which
was for the arre3t of some parties
whom she declared to be witches,
stating that they were burning people
to death by placing red-hot irons on
their backt. She was barefooted, and
on being asked by the Justice where
her shoes were, naid that she was
chased by several bears while on the
way to town, and had taken her
shoes off and thrown them away so as
the more reaelily to escape from them.
Justice Tan Amringe was not long in
finding out that the woman was crazy,
and ro he had her conveyed to the
Poor House, whf re the will be kept
until her father, who has been written
to, can arrive here and take charge of
A Xarronr JOscape.
Mr. John Burnett, who is employed
by Messrs. Dart Brothers, of this c;ty,
in their gas fitting establishment, was
yesterday afternoon engaged in fitting
the gas burners in the Mozart billiard
saloon, on South Tront street, when
the plug came out of the pipe and Mr.
Burnett was suddenly overcome by
the escaping gas. A colored man 'Rho
was working with him wa3 also affect
ed by it, aiid although not seriously
yet F.ufiiciently to confuse him so that
he did not Cfll anyone to Mr. Burnett's
assistance. He "as accidently dis
covered by Mr. Haar, tho proprietor
of the saloon, a fact which uudoubt
eilly saved his life. He was immedi
ately placed in the fresh air and a
physician was summoned by the
clerk. Mr. Burnett is now fully re
coveretl but will carry with him for a
long time the remembrance of Lis
narrow escaro from death.
;:.c w itii:!rt on i'nis
all nuaiters we are
i bear of the
! coming Fair.
tine prospects of our
The attenelanco will, no
doubt, be lare. One of our own fel-
lov. -citizens, Dr. S. S. Satchwell, of
this county, has ben complimented
by the President, Col. S. L. Fremont,
with an inviKticii to tleliver aa ad
dress at the Fair Grounds during Fair
week. H- 4vas one of the founders of
the C&pe Fear Agricultural Associa
tion, and has been ever since a stead
fast friend of the institution and its
annual Fairs. We regret to learn that
the lateness of the invitation and
pressing engagements prevent the
Doctor irom acceptirg. Able Fpeak
ig, however, may be expected, and
all our people should come forward
and unite iu making tl.o Fair a
Street Letter Roics.
Col. Brink, Post Master in lhi3 city,
has again shown himself mindful of
the wants of our people in ihe way of
postal facilities. He ha3 succeeded in
having a number of street boxes
allowed for use here. Some of these
were yesterday put in position a d
others will be placed soon. They are
attached to the street lamps and those
alrerdy up will be found at the head
of the Market, corner Market and Sec
ond streets, corner Market and Fourth,
corner Market and Seventh, and in
Brooklyn, ou Fourth street, near
Boney Bridge. The mails from these
boxes will be collected each day at 5
P. M. and the public will soon find
out what a great convenience they are.
The Sally xrjichal l'lpe.
From friend Avery, of the Piedmont
Teresa, we have received two of those
Sally Michal pipes manufactured in
that section of the country, and which
have already found their way into
royal hands in England and Austria
We add one more to the list of distin
guished smokers. These pipes are
rough in appearance but the clay of
which they are made is so peculiarly
porus mat tue smoke ia as cool and
pleasant as one could desire. The
pipe is also subject to as high a color
ing as meerschaum. We recommend
- ,i i t i
our ueaiers 10 enueavor 10 secure a
suppiy of these pipes for sale.
A Liberal Offer.
Capt. R. T. Fulghum, editor of the
Atate Agricultural Journal, has made
the very liberal offer of a handsome
silver cup, to be suitably engraved,
and of the value of S25, to the lady
who exhibits the largest number of
articles of her own manufacture at the
Fair to be held here next month. Capt.
Fulghum makes this offer, in accor
dance with the promptings cf a sincere
desire to aid in the success of our
Fair. The premium is certainly
worthy of a warm contest by our
Another case of small-pox (and this
time the man is colored) was discov
ered yesterday in the suburbs of the
city and promptly removed to the
Hospital some miles below the city.
This is the second case, the first
having occurred about a week since
on board a vessel in Hie met.
The Southern Security Company.
We yield nroih of our local
space to-day to the following interest
ing sketch of the Southern Security
Company, which we find in the Char
leston JVcwa and Courier of the 25th
Shortly after the war, when the
South, paralyzed and almost hopeless,
with its railroad commutiications liter
ally "broken up," was casting about
for Boma means of recuperation, Col.
R. R. Bridgers, of Wilmington, N. C,
made an appeal to Baltimore for aid.
Messrs. W. T. Walters, B. F. New
comer, Thos. C. Jenkins, Horace Ab
bott, George S. Brown, Wm. H. Gra
ham, S. M. Shoemaker, and other
liberal-minded capitalists of that city,
promptly stepped forward and tdvan
ced the means with which to repair
and restock the Wilmington and W el
don Railroad.and to erect the splendid
iron bridges which now span the two
branches of the Cape Fear River, and
also to reconstruct, re-equip end extend
to Columbia, the old Wilmington and
Manchester, now tho Wilmington, Col
umbia and Augusta Railroad, furnish
ing for these purposes some four and
a nail mu.ions oi uoi;ars. jn iipru
5, 1871, the SouthernRailway Security
Company wa3 organized by Meseis.
Guss, Scott, Walters, Newcomer, Cam
eron, Plant, Jesup and James, all men
of larsre means, through whoso in
fluence Fix millions of do'lais of capi
tal st-.-ck were subscribed and paid iu.
Tue first President of the Company
wai Geu. G. W. Cr-a, who was mic
ct?tled by James Roosevelt, and W.
O. Huyhart. Iu March last the office
war tran t ried to Columbia, S. C ,
aud Col. Jo:ju B. Paim. r. President of
the Cential National Bank, whose in
tegrity and fie-auciai ability are so we'd
known, was elected President. Th
other officers are Vice-Presidents H.
B. Plant, Esq , of New York, and
Hon. R. R. Bridgers, of North Caro
lina, the latter being General M-mger.
B. F. Newoomer,Eq., of Baltimore, is
Tho object of the organization was
to secure tho control of buc-h Southern
roads as might be essential to form
through lines between the principal
citien of the South and Baltimore and
more northern cities, thus offering in
creased facilities for through freights
aud passengers, and at such rates as
would tend to devclope the sections
traversed. Tho Company invesed
nearly 81,000,000 in the purchase of
stock of Southern railroads, completed
the construction of the Ripley Rail
road in Mississippi, and the Air Line
Road from Charlotte, N. C, to At
lanta, Georgia, the latter road, which
has since been sold to the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, requiring a very
large outlay of money in addition to
tbo amounts above referred to.
The following ore the Roads now
controlled by the Southern Railway
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Wilmington, Columbia and Au
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad .
Wilmington and Weldou Railroad 1S1
Richmond and Petersburg Rail
Some idea of the v.ilue oi the Com
raDy's property can be derived from
tlie fact that the grows incomo of the
foregoing Roads amounted, last year,
to S2,8oO,C10 G'J, and the net income
to $1,060,900 42, as shotrn by thsir
It is due to tlii liberal-minded ex
penditure of capital, on the part of the
fientlemen constituting this Company,
that tlie Southern people, as an evi
dence of their appreciation of what has
been dono for their material prosperi
ty, should extend to its lines of Kail
lOtid, end its business generally, their
full sympathy and encouragement, as
to this enterpriec the South, and tins
pnrtion of it particularly, is greatly in
debted. It ha? resulted in tho expen
diture of millions of dollars in the
States of North and South Carolina
and Georgia money not contributed
by Southerner?, but by citi-.enn of
Baltimore, Philadelphia, Ke-v York
and Europe; thus addiug directly to
the wealth of the country. The build
ing of the Air L'ne alone has opened
up one of the finest uections of the
South, that but for the action of the
capitalists we have mentioned would
have been, for many years, bhut oil
from a market.
As the Southern Hailway Security
Company is now emphatically a South
ern iustitution, with its offices, officers
end all ii3 interests iu tli j South, it in
to bo hop.jd that, as Kach, it will torn
mond itself to the people wiiora it has
so greatly benefited.
For the .Juurral.
I'ersotiiil fsusl Kcal i;tilc TU ..
The recent legislation at lialeigh,
by which au extension of time was
grautcd for the payment cf taxes on
real estate, was judicious as well as
humane. Stringency iu tho money
market, ttoppago of mills, embawst
ment of railroads, and consequent re
duction of force iu mercantile- aa 1
other brauchts of business, have made
it txtrtmc-ly difficult iu many instan
ces for landlords to receive iht-ir
ordinary iucomes. It was only ju-t,
toerefore, that the tiuio for the pi y
inent of tdx:s on property bhoula i e
enlarged. But it is now of equal ctii
se(iieuce thui Collector Black display
likt wisdom and acccord to personal
tax-payers the same, generous margin
for settlement of their dues. Large
bodies of the class of people here.eub
jected to such taxes, have been ail the
summer witnout employment.but they
are being gradually called in to their
old places, and it is to be hoped and
expected that we shall hear of no gar
nishees or other legal resort against
personal tax-payers until the time
fixed for the indulgence of property
holders has expired. A generous in
dulgence of this kind would probably
clear the Collector's books of all de
linquents. Another consideration urges this in
dulgence. Quite a number of our
citizens became utterly disheartened
in the days of panic and, expecting to
be forced away from home to rind
work, postponed listing until too late
and have thus become liable to double
taxes, ihey should have time to op
peal to the County Commissioners for
relief, and that body should extend it
in the most catholic spirit. Indeed,
it is seldom desirable to enforce double
taxes. At least, such are the views
of A Taid-up Tax Pater.
Education and Civil Kigrbts) lii;Xew
Permit me to correct an important
typogphical error -which appeared
in the communication of "Black
River," as published in your paper of
yesterday. As printed it Vvonld ap
pear that thepublio complain of "the
offensive officiousness" of the Board of
Examiners of this county. For ex
ample, you print as follows: "Reports
are afloat in the country about the
offensive officiousness in this respect
of this negro carpet-bagger and the
present school examiners, &c.,
whereas, it should have been printed
as follows: "Reports are afloat in the
country about the offensive offi
ciousness in this respect of this
negro carpet-bagger, one of the
present school Examiners," &rc.
If you will refer to the manuscript.
probably you will find it as above cor
rected. At least it was not intended
to be written that the writer of "Black
River" had any objection to two of
the members of the Board, nor to in
timate that the people of New Hanover
had any objection to or complaint of
them. It is believed they are incapa
ble of "offensive officiousness."
Not. 26th, 1871.
THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY
This nuriTi.iit.ti Medicine is wariaiut'U not to
contain a Fingie particle of MEiJccp.y, or uiy
containing uiua auntiieiu buu' ttuu lleibs,
wliicli an nil-wise ProviUer.cc lis placed in
-rniTtrip where I,;ver DiSfrnpoft in:Ft. prevail.
It will cure all Iticcw ra.u-.ct! by
Derangeineut of tti l.iver ana
Simmons' liver Regulator or Alcjliclne
is f ramentiy a family Me-iicme; .UKt hv i-e-iiiK
ko;.t rpai'v for irirhedia? j retort !: s s
njfjT;7 hour of Kuflerii'g end raauv uoiiar
iu tun'- Rn.l doctors' tili.
After over Forty Years' trial it is stili rjce!-r-'ng
tho most unqualified testimonial its vir
f ueatrom persona of ttie fciDei-t ct a. -"t.s rtn-j
responsibility. Kmir.ei;t piij-iiaEft commend
it as the most
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion.
Armeu wit"i this ANTIDOTE, all eiinif.tcs -uui
;. !.. of water aail !ood may bt- ls.-d .ith
cnt i'-:r. A a Kemeiiy laMaLAUI'.tP: !'x
KKJ. H'iWFL ?)MIMjAlNr.S. Kl'ST
ViSSSNESsS, JAUNiUOE. HAl'Sl.A.
IT HAS EQUAL.
;f ! tf e VU ntet, i'urei-t nud Ki L r'.-.:i.i:v
"ied:e'.ue n the World I; tm.r. v.'.'hc' im-.i .,-;:y
ly . J. H. ZEII.KN ,
Macon, ti&..au;l ''KiLADnai.,
Price. 1.'. Sold bv all Drut:.i.n.
jul 7 UK '
HELP THE POOR AND FA1KERLESS!
GRAND Gfff CONGEST
FOR THE BENEFIT CF THIS
To l-e 1 stributcd Amcng the Tlcket-Eolders.
A- GIFT CONCERT
will b held in
WIZ.S02T. JS C.
Cn TlaMay, tlie m December; 1874;
For the Exclusive benefit cf the
Orphan Asylum at Oxford.
Tickets Only Two Dollars.
Number of Tickets only 15,000.
f;ift let be Given Away,
ins over One Gift to r.vcrr
REAL ESTATE GIFTS.
One Lot in the town of Wilson??. C,
containing 1 aor?., with larg9 a:.d
coiiTCT'iect dwelling, having 10 roim,
and all nece.-witi v iul convt nient out-
lio;:Kb, situated ou liarure K'.-eet,
Oae cie aut '2. story l;eUm-i;.in Wiiwa,
onmer ot 1'lne anil Urten f'rtpt-. w un
ljj- acre, and containing 8 ro m.', lu
cuted Li the most eliibla part of tfco
town, valued at
O.T? aero Lot, situated o the coiner
gof ance and Spring KtreetR, with ncjt
le? doi.ee and out-housen, Taiuud il .
. . vr-u
. . 1.10
.. 1,5 0
6 " .
' ;ii Fine Top Bo-gy
Ooi Fun! KuiJV
One Fine Gold V -..?'
jnc hiue I.tJies Watch
l'uimi:to ot Arningi'ui.'ii's vi v li.
Ii I" Uripgsand A 15;ir' is, Kfs.
i i'Ma. ry linnk of V i'soii.
AivVorv rfoard-Jo'.r Ni. !uM, 1" .-.!.''
V? K Ji.nns. fcs'i. Ki'trclis; A It A Wn'iins.
V.oq. MX'o'd; M j ,1 P .'fr.MT, 'jshvi '!; ,J
H j l.ni f, !Ji-q, Ko .1? y Mount; Jr i v' Kir',
.i;m-i--s Lancaster "and Jauiee Z Cl.rk ,- :;,
w iiii th's enterprise is n t coi-.I-jot-d under
t'jL' '::r"ct r.u? ic s of any Ledge, yet Its ol-j-ji t
i-o aid that noble iustitution, tho Oxford r
1 ban . pylr.tn, wliih was isal-.l!?lifd lv the
vrand ld;o of the "Stae, Hnd the manne
mrii? is entirely iu the oands of ufiuuirj of
Thrt cbject is f xlu6.vely tor the hciieli' of
the . jihan As: Inm, Hnd the Com-i.ittcc liccm
if unnefSoHrj tJ ninko ai v extfndel f.i'pt ?-l t
th i eople of "jorti r;,!uia i i in l-.ili i f ui;
iiit'tiitioii which is so woi thy of their supji-iit.
The low price of the ti kois place it in ilio
pn:cr of trvery one to ai-.l a noble cau-'c. rvi ut
tin) fiiTu? time the cbuncesof being icitiii. :i s:
aio u.-niS'ta ly favor.ihle. i
It !s conl!'-.'nty beli.'-vfd that tbo CM t; ri-c ;
will bo a fcuccvss, but if, from any curse. Wit re j
chou'd be no Concert and disfribiiiion, f.':! tho I
m:ney received fio'ii the tick.t ho'iKr .shili !
br retrrtiel to them ivirhnut scount. j
Iso ticket so d wiil be entitled to a chKi.ce 'or i
ths titfts unless the mr tor the simc has
been received at this oRi ..-.
The Gifts will be dit-tributed lmnicdiately
after ihe Coucert
in? porsim hoidirp a ticket cntlt'ed to ift
who desires tho Asylum to li:le tlie bn-t.i cf
sueli Gd't, will notify the !recret:i'y by sueh
enJorsement on the back of the tick, t, ai.d the
sme sh"t!! be appropriated as oir-rcli-i.
Kir Mi-w y for tickets mn-t be tent l.v Kes-it-erfd
L.m'er, Mjuer Creler or V 'tiC-e, di
A. BARNES, Eecreiary.
w i i. s r, nr. t
itlissouri State Lotteries.
I-pUs-ef b7 State Authority xnC
in Public 3n St. I.ou.
3racd Single Number 'Scheme.
OF 30.000 SUIBKHS
DRAWS THE LAST DAT O? EACH MOSTH.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 I
10,380 Prizes, amounting to 00,000.
Whole Ticket, $10 ; iales, Sffi ;
Quarters, 92 60.
Thfl Great Combination Pcherao, with a
Capital rrie of .32,500, and 32,39'? Prine!,
am.iunting to578,177. Draws every Saturdav
during the year.
Whole Tickets. S!0 ; Halves. o ;
arte 1-8, S2 60.
Ad Iresp, for Tickets and Cirm'-arp,
MURRAY, MILLER V.,
Post Oce Fox 2te St. I,ortt. Mo.
april9 i wly-eod
THE BEST AND CaCAPrST LOT OF
Ivlie, Mives find Children"
Merino Vests in tlie City,
Our Stock of
They ar t.e h i
an t cheapest A'.pacaa in
LEWIS & DAVIS.
A PPLE3. OEA"GF.S ASD CRANBKR-
KIK3, Buckwheat, Sago and Barley, Fgg
Maccaroni and Jursn Soan, Crosse & Black-
well's Pickles, Tiny Tims and Autnmn CIub
ters, Fnlton Market Beef. Hams, Breakfast
Strips and Sugar Cared Shoulders, at lowest
cash pri es, at
FLANNER & SHURE'S,
Ko. 31 Xorth Front Street.
'nSYCHOM ANCV, orSOT'L. CIIAHITI
JET l.i." iiur eitiier ex ma; titbciiixte
an i g' in tiie love an1 amotion? of any person
tiieji cln-ose iiirtuntly. Tins simple icenral ao
quirt rurt h ! can posariw. Ireo. hy mail, for
2So., together with ra-rririve en'de, Fyptiau
Oraol , I'reviD, llit! to I.-tdiu, WTiiiiiig
VightSMit Ae. A q-ieer rk .-td-lress T.
WILLIAM A CO., TuiS. Pbila. 4w
tioncty I'achase t Sample F"iu-k-
JiC i 'M pad. tvr i. iei.ts. !!rcr.!n'f tree
J I4:tUi;, -7CT lift i.t way, N. V. !w.
r A M S' 5:.T1II.C KST-At
t Kir cr I- (- u' a!". ; S v ft k T rt-
i'Tit . eta
ixu 'pit.ii r(-'u;iiu. J'fiisn .rsKi:d
saiiii'!r 'O':! Mi-P A ii H with 6
ri, tt m;, O. Kt b, "A kj ii: m-burg,
GENTS WAf'TE'J i-r .i'i-;oii.!rs
l(.L KAl . ( r iiiHii 1 r.i'i nt ;i rnmw
1 he m ii-t jibori, ! ofiVr - or iii.tle. Si id
3 nt sta m p t.;r rir.-'.iai iid I W.
ZIEUI-KK & CO .515 Arch ft' , Thiis., Pa 4i
in. h.n;plo jjjKiit st r-cnie.
w-'t k; warraritM, nc f-.ivitil reiiird far-
ticular? an-l vu'iiiliJc tiiuiif: e mjhi tr-e J d
drFS with 6 c r.t rctii- n p. i. Kt S . W1
liamaburg, N. Y. v.
.'J fsi.t'v i : ie rated
(..ei (-"'.iict iu :i t i. .!. ii " FVr t- rms ;!
ircul :.ir-:K. t:V K'OKI.l)
At hiring, wiilc or 'iniali; jE.:!
lir wel t, ay or t vjnit.s;. Ttu
-T . Til onnifal.
i.Jx Ct.i.2. it'c package
niHii fret-. M.ireb? wuli tix v- i.i iurt:
tttamp Ai. Yi;L"t, l"o .rt.r-5oa Street.
New Vol k. 4
COUGHS, COLflJ HOARSENESS,
AND TUTiOAT Dli-SEASES,
WELLS' GAF.B0L10 TABLETS.
PLTT DP IN ONLY itl.rK K xks.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by iireggistg. w
A COMPLETE OUTFIT FREE.
K WANT A fcKPI'ESP.NTATIVE in
erery n ii;h" orliiOJ to tHke oriiers ai.d
do ivr gio l.i for our OliKAT C. O. I. SALE
of l? fnn;liy Gto:?. I't e r?i"3T ro u!ar
and leaf la-'n. v-niAing buo'i::ss tll Ani :r:ca,
lor yiin-.. o'd. iulo or ti-n.-.U". at ran i
naTK'.iiiu ! : r ci.h pro'.o, a - lu -iett: cat
tit. Ml Hi ..)'.-! '( TOOlH, li.H, clrOi:rj, ttC,
KM' r" o. iiii 'o hdv aidreps. Aiirci,
A lJ)EN, HALL & '. O .
4 6 N. Howard St., Baltimore, Mi.
CGitai)s Lester, RosiD, Proince,
Tiernan Walton fe Co.,
97 NflHTII MMHIAIsn ST,
d for ritKK tX"KKET.
Kofer to SANK OF COMMERCE
EYE AND EAR INSTITUTE.
JUI IAN J- CHISOLM, M. D.,
Professor of Ey and Kar Dlsenpss in tlie Tjnl-
vcTMty ot Maryland,
8UHGE')N IN CHARGE.
This lilitntlon, esrr.blishe.i in ore of the
freest and iiiiot dwcl!i!icsin tbe cltv of Baltl
viore, i thoroughly oraaizad and fitted up
with every ennven'inc? for tha exclusive
treatment of persons anHci'.ng lrcru Kye and
Kach pa'.iant hi? n ch.imo.-r to lii-nscir, and
riceivcstvrv Ktt"-ition trcri frktili d nnrp
1 r.o .Surgton w.tli Lis tanuly rei-ide In tins
Iiiftitu'e, .a very nieat coTivea ne '."the sick
j rKiwcifwIy those cpfTHted uiv-n. -w lo rn b-5
; v..-:t t at tl! t.tnes and 'it h cn n.iiit's i.i.u.'p
Si" I i:0t? i;p";rii'js m'prt.ivion v.- li r;' 1V
, krterto .j L ! I.Yl, .1. CVIsO! M . l. I)
Fr-inkliii St., Rvitinn r, Md
.11. S. ". ,,J til 1 .1 IM:ir, i-
!" X A . ';3. on! PABIJI, 7. ,.! rtV.rthe
i ni:vr Asoit r.7i ;rT of " ot
C:iuinctOrun w ! uoi lil, iu(iiidi:i
. f w ' y s wiih r. ct r.t impwivt roeiits.xr-T oxiv
EXfiriivi.v pin r sji. a. formerlv. hut h's-'i
on tie xv- plau tit easy Iii5 liientsi,
m-sf tavn-iirlt ovoro n d. ' 'i. s rca.lnt
Willi privilege oi purrliHo. to o'moi
any p ti iot the coontr . Ki r-t t iut. .t-P -'f-or
up iri.. liictr.ited ;at.ltii;e3 r-n i c.icu
ia.v-. wi'li lull I'hrticnl-ir.'. o r--. t.
.Ad irei-s MiNUX & II I.MI.IS l)R;U V r O
4 mi Nt w VdiIe i r tl-ici gr.
Weak, Uervoas, er Dclilltatcdt
Aro J OII la.tr i; lt(! thst ary cxert icn re
H .il e.-in re I an fc .! 1 1 1 at yen teel ouvab'e
Tliea trr JI'KMr.n,l, tl " woud.-rfal
tonitr rriet iri iyeii tik-. wliu ii acsso i cn;1
f:c;a:!v on the t.-ortt.vo oi.tnsats iiuptrt
vicor to ail the vii-! lorees.
It i no alcoholic appctii 'r. whicb stirau'p.t
for a f-Iiorl lime, or ly to let the sufferer fir to
1 lower derth f nirscry. but it is a v."petb!r
toiip act in e itireC ! v cti i h" lirpr uni i-jiVcn.
It rt'jftl iritCM II;o Ilwuelv, quicsthc
ii 'i es, H!ul jr.vt-f- sal h a bH'rliy UiiiC to Hi?
w ii',!e syst as to son ru.iko the i'lvMid fee:
i'ke n new rier.n.
Um rnt'oM if. not violent, but is
eh '.; . i ize.! !r fr'".t '.:;'. l.'sw; lue J'tt'etrt
riiiee sh.IiU i. i rinnce. T'O mrk i re
"slt. lev er-r rn-iily hi.-1: ouiiles
' "col J tie ir tr.t-. like the Axa'. s,
An.: .iir.t:y t-ee! r.w.-?y."
'fill in I'orii'n a: .i untried diseovcrv. Imt
has t:eeu I ct i; t:..l v -h wonderi'cl remedial
res--lln. sr.d is i rt.nounf d bv tii.- hieh-st mefii-
j rit autSioTliics, "t':o no;t ;oi-.ert.r. toric as.'
! alrcTe.iSvc known. "
i if!i voitr drugljit f,in f .
1 For Mictr WM.F. FIEira iV'.,
: 4w New York
! WATERS' mm SCALE mm.
CflTTADr oinl TTDDTflUfo a h-t
(J V U D LIU UiiU U I iliU U 1 . us ;! p. Th
i.i It olaslic, . tone iMtwerful
;tire i i i vca thruuih Vic entire c-U'c,
WATERS Concerto Organs
cannot be eii elleil in tone nr beauiy: t.'ie.v
f eiKiipeuumi. iMioncer lostop
' n iiiiv iiniiauvii 0 r.- ilia ii
rrnntc: for H Tears. IMtlOEM
EX'l K.V i:i.V I.V orcash orpsrl
-ali a ud balame in iiionlltly pay
ments. Kerond-lianfl lntrtimeiifs
at great barffaina AlillYI N WASH ED
A Liberal discount to Teacfrt, MinUtrrt
Chvrch'f. Schools, Lodyfs, etc. Illustrated
HO RACK WATEKS ft SON.
4w 481 Broadway, N Y. P.O. Box 3.E67
wili. nrv a
FIRST MORTGAGE PREMIUM BGHD
N. Y.Inaustrlal ExWUition Go.
Authorized by the Legis'ature of the State o
rirt Trc:nittm Drawing-, Dec. 7, 1S74,
3d Series Drawing-, Jan. 4, 1 !75
EVERY BONl wiU be Redeemed with a Fie
rnium, as an equivalent for Inteiest.
CAPITAL PREMIUM, SIOO, OOO.
Acdrets, itr r.cnds and fall partiularg,
MORGENTHAU, BRUNO & CO.
Financial Agent, 23 Park Row, W4 Y
y. o. Drawer 29. 4w
Our Living and Our Dead.
Prospectus of 2nd Volume.
Newbbrw, N. C, A'Jgust 10, 1S74.
Our Livisn akd OfR Peid" will hcre-
atter be nublished as a "semi-Monthly Maea
zinc, containing 44 pages of reading matter, at
per year in auvanue.
for the intormation oi those who are not f a-
miriar with tbix enterprise, 1 stHte tbat the
ct let' object of the Magazine will be to publish
th-r H coord that North Carolina and her gallant
so! ! : m-r!o 'n the lr.ts "V.'ar between the
Sia.ten," to glitter the material for the use 01
tho future hru'orian. and to perpetuate tbe
memory of those bravo men, officer and
privates, living or dead, who shed imperishable
glory nnon their native "State.
In addition to the War Record of North
Carolina, 'the Magazine will contain sketches
of every section, county, city and town of the
State, written by competent and well-informed
persons, thut malting it pre-eminently a State
periodical, in ichich all classet of our citiient
sitc.uld take interest and pride.
The Magazine will take th9 t'lcce of the
newspaper, having same title, published by me
during tne past twelve months.
The first number will be issued Wednesday,
September 9th, 1874. In the meantime, I re.
snectlully ask old subscribers who desire to re
new their subscriptions, and all ethers who
wi-h the Magazine, to remit promptly, as the
chun" and improvements require considerable
Ut'.'i. rntlit rnn-nry i- Tiprfld.
- r. v"-.
Address, till fnrther in-ttc, '-uca L.vio
ats d Our Dead," Newberu, N. O., or Kaleigh,
K rth Carolina.
Exchanges will please copy.
aug IS 193
PPLICATION will be made to the nest
General Assembly of North C nrollca to amen
the Charter of City of Wilmington and for
other purposes. sept 24-233
WEDDINO CARDS and VlSIXIIfti
GAUDS a specialty at the
I HAVE YOU TKIEI)
'fh'' p 'jPi
MIS CELL AITEOTTS.
SUPREME C0UKT CEMEEJLL TERM.
JOHN W. I.KAet. al aealnut SUNDKY
COUNT fc-B FKiTK K3.
When it is apparent that there Is an Intention
to deceive th i nblic by the nee .f the name
of a place and the word defcript ve of an ar
ti. le, such deception will not be protected by
ihe pretence that tlieoe woids eanuot be ned
in H.ieri manner as to co.flitiite a trade
Whtr-j crds an the allocation of words have,
by lojig ue. become known as detigiiating
trie anioit of a narthvilar rnanntactnrer, he
-juiirt li.'it Ut t'K m as a trade mark,
ci.jn Lt'. g a-.alfrscauuotlrauduleiitiy
The essence ot tbo wroi-g is the false represen
tation and l-ce t, on pri-ot of which an in.
fnr.etlon wid itneue."
'Ihe concluding tvordti of tlie
Jnderes' decision are
l be onier appeat' d troiu Bhouid be modi
UmI '.! th i iisjU'CJioii exteudid tons to pro
hi it t ; aye of tlie words WoreeSTerf-h're
stu:t' ou it.;-biHs liibtla nd wrappers of the
LEA & PERRIHS'
P U U i
vim 1 rra EXTTACT of
a LKTTtRfrom n
M JCDICAL OBN
MAN at Madias,
to his hroihrr at
" ' ll IKA
'li.i i.T:ii in in n
Vt' BE i'B
And npili'.:able U
opinion, th moot
pa'.atanleas we:' .
'.lie mort hiile
ora? S'sace that is
evc t; y Varij-
rv or dish
VI Jf made.'
Sold Wholesale and for Kxnortation hv the
Proprietors, I.KA & PKKKINS, Worcester,
Krti; land; and Ketaii bv Dealers in Sauces een-
erauy inrongnout tue world.
Ask for Lea & Perrins' Sauce.
All parties infringing on the ahove will bt
iru-cute.l by Messrs. LEA & Pcrrme.
First Grand Cift Concert.
Moatpelier FcmalelHimaiie siociatioii
AT ALEXANDRIA, VA.
NOVEMBER 23, IC7.
LIST OF GIFTS
t Grand Cash Gift
1 Grand Cash Gitt
1 Grand Cash Gift
. 5i ". t o:
10 Cash Gi'ts, SlO.CbO eac'i...
,. l -O.Of-O
15 nash tiii'ta.
60 Cai-li Gilts,
100 Cash Gl'ts,
1,000 Caiih tiifts,
1,000 tah Gift.,
),IKK) Cash Girts,
. to ooo
21.178 Gash Gi Ing to SI 000, Wl 000
NUMBER CF TICKETS IOO.OOO
frJce of Tickets :
Whole Tlckt-ts 20 no
Halves 10 00
Quarters s IU)
Kighths or turli OouiHjn 2 .V
TlckU for 100 00
ihe Montpelitr Female Uucisn A--wJCia-
Uon, chartered bv the Ijegiriature of Virginia
and tne Oircu't Conit i t Orang V.. .tt.p;ses
Dyatirana u:lt Concert to -stab;:sl! a- d en
dow a "Home for the O'd. J' fim Rrd r'Sti
tnte Ladies of Virginia," hC M:ti-ibr, the
Torracr ref t ience of Preside 7it .1 in: t; :.::-: fon
G.itebnok's Cfpict:. Knl-mcnd. .1 :!y ?. tS"4
It f?'ors me i leHDre to sjv --.- I ;.ro
acqu-UDted wltn k Uri rrH.icr.ty oi i!i- tfii
crr-ot tne atonrrciici I'fir.:-!- ! r.r-:-r.c .so
cln'i:jr . who r-sM j.- lir;c'ri ofrovl ' in
ai"i I attest t -eir t-t l i'Jr n. r a' .'. ; h ir r or'li
and liieh rc: in -'it;:i ts (i-t.t 1 wii.. . )
me r.uur.c c; tiui?-"f. -I'l;! ;rr J4' c 'i:.s:iri
t'al laeJiis librs'ir r rt sr 'ol rn;r a "tion
JAMS i . "KK!1' K i;v. Viririirv.
AitjiMhH. Vi ..i'ii, :-, N.4
devre o' t'
V ; lion
n i I'. -bors
r fvre.i ( s b v :
oh't . V."ith.-Ts. 1.
2r- irm Va
i- .i::r.OtJ ItilV t-f firtdo bj ct
i. ! -'otU--e roi.:-e v orv:er oi:
'. '"r..irb . 1 :'-:-tere i . t'-rr.
For fjl :
for J!i eU';'ir
ti'-t;itK;i liil", ftc.
I!-7 JAKE RAUiJ.-Cl!.
rrr:.Ier.t M. V. H. . A:fMn'(iU, V.
R'iable ar.ts wanted cver where. 4
1 uv vo;r. fukmit; r. i;iitr.tT
Ai'.c! Save 25 Per Cent.
lit f. M M
p ts a
ALSO, A M. r.KIFICEXT VAKIF.TT OF
ITIC- ZI COST W
Full Cat.Vnos i:ivl I'r'rc cf
sent hy Mali, free t n aj '!ct;r
ft'i my 8'ock
ti. V rite lor
AK7ilS AVAliTS;!! npltnra Awarded
orl PIOTOinAL BIBLES
l,.luu I J 1 tisl rjii imi. i.,irtM. tur Circa
la's A. J. eSOI.."IA" A: CO, f'30 Alit:H
St., PMla.ioiphia 4.v
S1MPI.E to Acetit.. Ladies
4.'omlinRlion Need I e-book.
with Clicrw. end t-ini. Jtr.AN !t Oi
New R?dford. Mass. 4w
4BT7CCE3S ESTOXD COXPETITIOX.
ricllis'I'ateatm- Cotton "ais
51 This Tr neeta tlia approval of ctctt Planter and
3 Factor that ha given it a trial. A single trfcil at the
j9 Presa or Compress alarms Its strccpth, merits and
rjC adv.intarcs over inrin tho market. W are prepared
j2 " ''rp'.J tho trade at market price. Order Jd
Samplo Orders respectrariy tolicited. Address
A. J. NELLIS & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
j C7 Also, mfrs. AgU. Steels and Irons or aU kinds
33 and tiles, to wit: Cotton SveeiM. Bcranera. Rnll
Tmsum, Shovol, Pea Tina Cutters,'c. e. Steel
.Tsio pared bf AaUia' rrooasa to amit all kinds ot aoiL
The Univ?r?ftl Cry i C'othine
that the mort extra. Clothing
can ie naa
IAVin & Wilt's,
2Z Market St..
where tbey are soil
ing whole (Cassiruere
Suit, $10 up.
Overcoats. S6 np.
Boys' Suits. 6 a.
Children's ruiti, S3
ft'l np. Koys' trapp
Cost.', lip. Poys'
Com.r ore, come all
examine our Ear-
da vip & wi:tl.
27 Market Street.
Ciotiing ' lo faing
COME NO TV
BEFORE THE FAIR
When selections can better bo made than at
that time and afterward?, acd buy
PANTS AND TESTS o
MUNSON & CO.,
Paper and Envelopes !
GOOD SIOCK AND G It EAT YARIEIY
J D. Love's Bookstore.
fil c : - a
OCt 11 243vtf
If von want a healthv Tjivpt nd hhtb Ti1rvil t.io (-'Ttninviv .
COMPOUND or LIVER CUEE. It Vill frive you an eiV .C
bleesiDflr to the sufTeriDfir. E. Tj. KING
turers, CJolumbia, S. C. For Bale at whole-sale and retail at marmf B,ac
prices at JAMES C. MUNDS' Drug Store, Third street, oppos te rVtJ k1
Wilmington, N. C. iqu lG-ll-dSmiiS"'
Mi WiliMlos Journal
TnEL VKGEST, BIST AND C1IPAP-
EST PAPER PUBLil81IEI- IN
The Wilmiiiicton .IocrnxL iWefklv) .-n -i -
terlng ujoii us iwi ni y-uin! u sunu.il toiu.iic, ha
beon reafly enlargf-d ar. iianroved. It if th
only mirty- tx column pnj er ii. tli- .-tr.
AS A V IK ST. CLASS "(KWS A.M1
IJI'KKA ICV JiriSAI.. IT
K.mbract d iu its co:.ijph i.n r more coicvietn.
corajiact, yet ccmireh'.iisiv! hisTory of ihe
worid'c dorngs. frrm we ck to week, than er!r
possibly betound in any othct Journal.
It Islust the p-;i.er for the home and fire:'de.
full of eooa re ding ; all the best BditoiUlse:
the daily ; a 1 the "uongressional, Liejcislatve
ana roiiiicai uuiri vi vue aav.
Its Market Reports
are always fall and accurate. The Review cf
the Markets is accepted by the mercantile com
munity & the true index ot the commerce 01
the city, while its repor other markets are
fall and reliable.
Stories, Tales, &c.
are ptv-n every week, making it the bert fam
ily paper published in the country.
la very large throighont the Stare and
whole South. Iii Ne Hanover, Kdgecombe
Onslcw. Dnj.lin, Srjmtison. Brunswick. Bladen
and Columbus it is especinlly large, while in
Halifax. Wilrau. Wavne. (Carteret. Robeson.
Richmond. Arson, Curaberlhnd and Moore,
and in feveral conntie? of South Carolina, its
Circuiiin 1 ve'y jjfoou.
It is pibllshed 1 very Friday on the follow
In TERSVaS :
One copy, for one year $2 0C
One copy, for six months 1 00
Three copie3, for one year 5 50
Fonr copies, for one year 7 00
Five copip, for one year 8 50
Ten copies, for one year 15 00
Twenty copies, for one year 25 00
7 ToeTOit f!ff irrfri CLUB OF TF.N
one copy will co sc-nt 'rac lor one voar.
A 1" r
BUY ONIjY THE
GENUiSE FAIRBANKS SCALES.
Stock Scales, Ccal Scales, Hay Scales. Ja5ry
Scales, Counter Scales, &c, &c. Also
Miles Alarm Till Co.'s
ALARM GASH DRAWER.
.-A.ix ii :L
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
31 L ItUOABV. AV, r.n'aV VOEHv,
Kio i:aiti;norc St., Kta.tiinorc,
C'i Camp St., Sew Orleans.
FAIRBANKS & EWING,
i ASOMi' K At .! . PH H.ADEI.PH.'A
FAIltCANKS, BROWN & CO.,
2 MILK. ST., BOSl'OA.
Frr sals by leading Hardware Dealers,
ang '.'5 " 20-'-2fswtBl
Corn Bagging Ties
3,000 EusLtls Prime Mxed Cera,
150 Kolia Extra Heavy Bacgiug,
20 Tons Ties,
6,030 aeks Salt,
For sale low bv
WIhO.IA.MS & MURCHISON.
Flour, Cheese. Sugar and
2,000 Bbls. Flour ail grades ;
100 Uoxes Factory Cheese,
200 Bbls. Itefine.i Sap ir.
2G0 Bags Prirao Ilio CoA'ee.
For erne !o?v bv
WILLIAMS iS 2 nrtClUSoJS
Spirit Casks. Clue. Hoop
Iron and Kay.
300 New New York Spirit Casks,
150 Bbls. Glue,
500 Bundles Hoop Iron,
i500 Bales N. li. and E. Hay,
For sale !w bv
WILLIAMS i Ml 11CHISON.
Eacon, Syrup. Oats and
25 Boxes C. R. and Smoked Rides,
50 " L,. C. Sides,
100 BbK S. H. Syrun,
300 Bushels Black Outs,
100 Bbls. No. 1 Mullets,
For sale low by
WILLIAMS & MURCHISON.
nov ?9 -i
Sugar House Syrup-
23 Bbls. S. H. I'olaesjs,
t9 Ilhds. S. H. Molasses,
Tor sale by
Bagginga Hour and Coffee
15) Rills standard Bagging.
103 Bbls. Flour,
SOO Bsjr. Coffee,
For Ktile bv
KEEC'HSER & CALDEK BROS,
nov 29 24.
Pickles, Candy, Oysters
150 Cases (Qts. aud rts.) Tickles,
I'D Boxes Candv,
150 " Ousters,
75 " I.j-e.
jTor sale by
KESCHNKKA UALL'ER BBS.
New Goods this Week.
IMPORTKD COOKING Bit MY AM)
;ookiig Wine pure and w..riaute(. Oet
oi'Iy tUo best ana cniy irom us.
rreeerved Strawberries, Tomatoes ,
and Canned Fruits and Vegetables.
Put up new this season.
Farcbed Java and Lagaayra Coffees.
EXAMINE OUR NEW GOODS.
Try tbe "Kentucky Gem" and cur
popular Blue Grass.
Sold only by
11 & 13 fc'outh Front St.
& S N.
i- 'i uva .
. ilT II vw II UK l"l
POOLE & HUNT, Ea!
fOR THE SOUTH AfiD SOUTHWEST,
Nearly 7,000 now iu use, working iIr.
tier heal3 varying from 2 to 2h) fv
24 sizes, from 5 j to 9G inches.
The Bl -st i cwerful Wheel in th.. M.i..
niOKt economxal in use of Y.'at- ' "
Large jLtreiBATED Pami-hlet sentwtfr
MAJfCFACTTTBEIiS, ALSO, OF
Portable and Staticnary Steam Frsin..s,
Po. ers Habcock & Wilcox Patent LbuU
Hoder. Ebaiich's ( rusher for Wicer.l. i.
arid ;ris Mills. Flooring Mill MaPti
Machinery tor White Lea.1 Works au Hi
Mills, Shnftine Pulleys and Hangers CU
f821 SES1 FO CIRCILARS.
J. K. DTPITT,
T. B. LIPPTTr,
T. T. EEXD-ESON.
GENERAL C0HM1ESIGN EtCHffl,
SOUTH WATER STREET,
Wilmington, N. C.
Consignments o' all tin ts or Country PiC.
duce rolicited. Cotton, Corn, Peas sndPj
nutF, ipecialties. Liberal advances maie.
Prompt returns and h ghest market j-rit,
guaranteed. Will endesvir to fnrnlh vera ,
oa short notice and otherwise rcccmniodtt,
shippers from the East- in counties. Commo
dious wh; rf, suited Cric'ay t the corn trade
Ref. r ti It. F. Ovcrm-n, Cashier. ElisibetS
City, K. C ; First Nati-.inal Bank, aud leMi!:,
merchants ot Wilmington, 2i. C.
oct 13 ..a
84 per cent, jmarantevd wifa
J The bost in tlie Market, and
rold at I ess price limn any other
i-st-class "U heel. j
Send for a rnmphlct anfl be con-
I IViiull PUMP. Tapic;s.
i s Iursble. Efficient aril t liesp.
i. 1 he best rump lir the lew
rnonev Attention is ff;".
t'ntent Jm;roveu riratKiuin
iNw Drop Check l ihe,
h'ch can be withtlrwn
wi'ho'it renaoving the Pnraii,
cr dis'urbiegthe joints. A!,
the. i:oi'ler "hamber, vhii-S
i. ver cracks or seil.f.aU
will ut!a.Jt any ether.
For sile by Dealers smlthl
Trade ten-rally. Icqa rti
Blatchte PiirnT'. tnd if not for rale in it'
town, send direct to
CHAS. C. BLATCKLEY.MtMfKiw
50'1 Commerce St , Philadelphia, Ph..
Improve yaur right.
ITIHS Cr.-fi.t . Si-s. iac!fs!
9. nS'prr.: tnllii"! -' PoMlC f'flW-
aiiieed Mnieiitr t a'l oitieif n
th nif.rkrt. Fit - ' c'earne i
litni'ti!fs of,. . 4 . v;t.ion liT "
nnrivarea, the '-Qa f t.tal absm.i
.rinat:s Feb- stisS b!es r e n d e rs
tlipm f-Gniiillv XTrnA lnr 1 dtirrili!e. B-
ing pound with reat care, thty are fret fnB
al imp-rfect'ons aid inipurities. Hit '
mOTiiit. din Gold. SHver, .Shell, b'ubbor ud
St?el frames and v.1 1 last many yes" wr.houi
nb k n rv n
Vrir at otiiv hr nnr A trrnts.
J. II. ,IJ,KN, Jfwtler jpd optician-'
yXw-e firt-imine without tb tri-11 bwI
c i t t xvi uni i i l .APr.
Look frr Trade Msrk. N'.. n A 'Atif :wv'e
MIIT1E k GABPETS
FOR MXTY DATS ONLY,
O REDUCE OUR IMMENSE STOCK.
We ar? new off.' ring to the K-ile of
Carolina? a chance to furni!h t
PRICKS THAT CANNOT FAIL TO SlTT.
n CM ITU A. CO.
u. m. m..s. ---jt
All c taneons eruptions on the fa ,r J
An Impure Condition of the Blow,
ami this n)v, cr mn not be JruoFriA.
in eif.iei- tli dlseaw if" noth'i.2 niira
an iNSipirs roisoM mat
as it, cccrses through the vein?, sc-'ai1'
aea fi wnu every i 'J'wivu. ,t,in.,isrtM
In thiscoriMtion of things scmethin i.
Cd AT OM E, t . CHAS". THE BLOOI. a""
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND LDW
will rc.Htir'1 erect thisdeside'-atun. eny.,.
?vrrv tiace of disenre from the liOta a -tern,"
and lnnving thn
Sufi. Fair aud ISeai:u'
Hundreds of certitcites ai!"t n
irloe srl per Do-lie.
r nc ic. p.0.
i.d 9 College I'lace, N 1U
prietors, S b
Ha'.i' Kalsara for the Lungf. Carbo.ic
Ed?y8 Carbolic Tiocl.cs 0yge '
ter8 for D,f.?Ji!a, Dr. Motf U' 1 u
Ir.Koger8'B VegetaWe m J"1'
lr. Bennetts Sure Death t Ra-.
a-ice f nd Vermin, B'ian Il4;r
FOR FAI.E HV A!.!. 1 GG'Vi'o
LrvBiPTP ard l'
w u opirtui. " r
Farm k Hi , Btcr
In Km, ti . .11 I Kt llO
taining H i val ibe "" ""' rTc-I'
large8 . c ? , t ' 1" S V'tt
large cib, - . -, rrtui-
ppljintc to the special Agenc juj in, fe
ed for the purpose ot 1
ruvinntlnanoloconBiinieri, any nl
ruvUnt.nano to consul.- t.
rrtorrailay statu m the vJtr
par.icnlars ttiven ia . TAKt
I ipplicfcUoa to R. BALCA-t
K- 1 R UNCI'S BV PKRMIS V
Acenteofthe Pern.iau oovt,rnu.t-n
Street, New York. N.t'or.al C1VW
82 Wall .txeet Yorlc. oTUn
Broadway, Nw Ywk. ti3-dlflB
I ; 1 '
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