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WILMINGTON, N. O :
FRIDAY, FEBBTJARY 26. 1875.
(letting: Better.
- Little Keber Denmark, son of Mr.
S. H. Denmark, of Goldsboro, who
was so badly injured in that town on
the 13th inst., by falling under the
wheels of a coach while in motion, is
now, we are pleased to learn, some
what better, and hopes are entertained
of his ultimate recovery. A full ac
count of the accident was published,
at tke time, in the local columns of the
JotjkxaXj.
Xbe Western Division.
The Charlotte Observer says that
the work on the Carolina Central Kail
way, between Buffalo and Shelby, is
progressing favorably. The grading
is about finished. The timbers for
the bridge over Buffalo Creek are pre
pared, or nearly so, and are at a point
somewhere on "the Eastern Division,
ready to be carried up. It is hoped
that by the last of May trains will be
runniDg through from Wilmington to'
Shelby.
Cheap Transportation.
The Spartanburg (S. C.) Spartan
says: "We notice the completion of
the Carolina Central Raiay betweei
Wilmington and Charlotte, N. C,
forming an entire new connection be
tween the sea coast and the up coun
try, and promising a still further re
duction in rates of transportation of
freight. The new road, in connection
with the Atlanta & Richmond Air Line,
has already made a reduction of nearly
25 per cent, on a car load of salt be
tween Wilmington and Spartanburg,
and from this we presume that the
reduction will be extended to allclasse
of freight.
Xbe tireat South.
As a matter of some interest to our
readers we copy from that portion of
Mr. King's book, relating to our city.
It will be remembered that this vol
ume is the republication, in book
form, of Mr. King's papers ou "The
Great South," published same little
while since in Seribncr' Magazine.
Mr. King says:
The range cf climate covored by the
State may be taught by the statement
that buckwheat can be grown on the
mountains in Ashe county, and oran
ges flourish in the soft sweet air of
Wilmington.
There is a tropical luxuriance of
flowers and trees in Wilmington
which is almost astonishing, for one
sees all plants possible at Charleston
or Savannah flourishing in the gardens
of this more Northern town.
Wilmington lies on the banks of the
Cape Fear river, and on the hills
which extend backward from those
banks. It ia bnt twenty-eight miles
from the mouth of the river, and
was one of the havens most sought
after by blockade runners during our
civil war. At the mouth of the
river stand Forts Fisher and Caswell,
the former one of the strongest forts
on the Atlantic caast, as it proved
itself in the terrible days of 18G5, when
Porter and Terry knocked at its doors
and finally burst them open. Wil
mington has important railway con
nections, notably the Wilmington,
Charlotte & Rutherford (Carolina Cen
tral) Road, which will give the port
direct communication with Tennessee,
Kentucky, Ohio and Illinois, and will
immensely increase her trade. All
the counties through which the road,
when completed, will pass, are rich in
mineral and agricultural resources.
The other routes, leading to Charles
ton and Richmond, also command a
considerable trade.
The Cape Fear river, at Wilming
ton, is a wide and noble stream, and
the scene along its banks in the bril
liant snnshine of the autumn morning
when I saw it, was inspiring. Cheer
ful gangs of negroes were rowing huge
scows from side to side of the stream,
standing upright and steering by
means of long poles or sweeps; one
mierht have fancied them a species of
African gondoliers. Sweedish ship3
were loading with naval stores ; huge
piles of lumber, and heaps and long
rows of barrels of turpentine, and
pitch and rosin, were ranged on the
wharves. There were great num
bers of negroes who looked idle,
although many were employed;
some were fishing, others sleeping in
corners; one or two groups seemed
discussing politics, and in the centre
of a crowd of jet black men I heard
the following question and answer
isolated fragments of a deep religious
discussion:
"Wha's de reason dar's so maray de
; greea (sects) o' Baptists now, when ar
"wan't on'y one John the Baptis',
hey?
"Lor, nigger, we ain't 'sponsible fur
dot; dat aint got nuffin to do wid god
liness!" Front street is a fine avenue, lined
with many elegant blocks devoted to
business. Market street is a broad
central promenade, ciowded with the
omnipresent negroes, who chatter and
"discuss" all day long. The blacks seem
to think that labor is incompatible
with the enjoyment of city life.
In that portion of the town devoted
to the residences, churches, and pub
lic buildings, perfect tranquility pre
vails. Nowhere is there hum" of
wheels, clatter of teams, or braying of
whistles. On Third and Fifth streets
there are many elegant mansions, and
, gardens, filled with rarest tropical and
"costly plants. The City and Thalian
Halls, the Jail, and one or two of the
churches are quite imposing, but the
city is not rich in architecture. The
cemeteries are pretty sylvan retreats,
and the sleepy, moss grown suburb of
"Hilton" is a favorite resort for ex
cursions. Commercially, Wilmington has every
reason to hope for great develop
ments. The principal articles of ex
port are spirits of turpentine, in bar
rels, crude turpentine, rosin, tar,
pitch, cotton, peanuts, and lumber in
all shapes.
The foreign trade is mainly with
Liverpool, Queenstown, Antwerp,
Belfast. London. Card Anna Ttnttarrlam
Havana, Bristol, Hamburg, Cape Hay
tien, Demerara, Jamaica, Nassan and
Hayti. The steamship lines rnnning
to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New
York, have an aggregate tonnage of
4U,uuu tons roontmv. Jn 1S72. 22
000,000 feet of lumber were shipped
irom mis port.
After the war the exports of spirits
of tnrpentine and rosin were encour
aging until 1870; since then their
development has not been so great,
but the constant growth of the cot
ton trade makes amends for their fail
ure. The fine regions extending along
the road to Weldon, and on both sides
of the Wilmington.Columbia & Augusta
railroad, as well as on the new Ruth
erford route, are very rich in
turpentine and timber. The sections
traversed by the two Cape Fears and
the South and Black rivers are,
perhaps, richer in turpentine stores
than any other in the world. A new
railway line on the lowlands of the
coast, and terminatingin Wilmington,
is contemplated.
The liftlo city has a valuation of
only 7,UOO,000, a debt of $600,000. an
excellent city government, and many
enterprising merchants.
There is still some bitterness among
those of the aristocrats, who were
ruined fey the war, but it is rapidly
mellowing into a regret which has but
little of unkindly feeling toward the
North mingled in it.
' A determination on their part to
make Wilmington all that it has op
portunities to be, would soon increase
its population from 14,000 to many
times that number.
JIEADQUAllTEItS.
THE HOUSE EXPENDS ITS EN
ERGIES ON THE TARIFF
BILL.
THE
FORCE BILL ORDERED
PRINTED.
AN EXTRA SESSION OF THE
SENATE SPOKEN OF.
SENATORS RANSOM AND MER-
RIMON ON THE LOUISIANA
QUESTION.
NO ACTION ON MORTON'S
PINCHBACK RESOLUTION.
THE PRESIDENT CALLS AN EX
TRA SESSION OF THE
SENATE.
FAVORABLE REPORT ON THE
TEXAS PACIFIC BILL.
POLAND REPORTS AGAINST IN
TERFERENCE IN ARKANSAS.
Washington. Feb. 13 Noon. Sen
ate Senator Merrimon.of North Car
olina, cloned a six hours speech at ;
o'clock tnis morning.
Edwards.at 9.30 o'clock this morn
ing, offered the following amendment:
"Strike out the resolution seating
Pinciiback and inser' that the Com
mittee ou Privileges and Elections bo
and it is hereby instructed to report
forthwith a bill declaring that no con
fctiUitional government exists iu Lou
isiana aud providing for the election
of Governor.Lieuteuant-Governor ai.u
members of the General Assembly
for Louisiana and all other State offi
cers which are by the constitution of
that State elected by the people of
that State."
Senator Ransom, of North Carolina,
then took the lloor and spoke at some
IM)gth ou his desire to restore peace
between the North and the South.
The House adjourned at 11.30 last
night without action on the telegraph
bill.
Washington, Feb. 18 Night.
Sen Arii Thurman suid the question
before the Senate was not a question
for Congress but a question for the
Senate .dote. If there is to be an ex
tra session this resolution could be
considered then, and it seemed to be
admitted on all hands that an extra
session of the Senate would be con
vened ou the 4th of March. Ho be
lieved it was the first duty of the Sen
ate to provide means to carry on the
government, and would therefore vote
for taking up the appropriation bill.
Morrill, of Maine, said lie was dis
posed to regard this resolution entire
ly as an order of business, and with a
view to getting the Indian Appropria
tion before the Senate, he moved to
lay the resolution on the table. Upon
this question the yeas and nays were
ordered and the resolution was tabled,
yeas 39, nays 22. '
xerry, ex.. Connecticut, wuo woum
have voted in the affirmative, was
p lired with Boutwell, who would have
voted in the negative.
West moved that the Senate adjourn,
which was rejected, yeas G, nays 52.
Windom, of Minnesota, moved that
the Senate proceed to the considera
tion of the Indian Appropriation bill.
The Indian Approririation bill was
taken up and the Senate adjourned.
House The House spent three
hours on the tariff bill. All amend
ments offered by the opponents of
the measure were voted down, but
an amendment was adopted on motion
of Dawes, increasing the tax on
domestic cigars from five dollars to
six dollars a thousand and on ciga
rettes from 3 50 to $3 75. Having
got through the first t wo sections of
the bill, the whiskey and the tobacco
sections, the Committee rose and the
House took up as a Bpecial order the
bill reported by Stanard, of Missouri,
fromthe Committee on Commerce,
for the improvement of the mouth ni
the Misssissippi river on the Eads'
jetty system. The House passed the
Eads" bill without uivision.
The House then resumed the tariff
r!
bill. The third section abolishing the
tav on matches was struck out. The
fourth section, increasing the duties
on molasses aud sugars 25 per ce .t,
was amended by including Melada.
Thu Committee then rose, and Co
burn, of Indiana, reported the caucus
force bill, which was ordered to be
printed and recommitted.
The Committee on the Pacific Ruil
road will voto on the Texas Pacific
on Friday. They are about evenly
divided.
It is statrd that the majority of the
Senate Judiciary Committee consider
the Pacific Mail Subsidy as a contract
which Congress cannot abrogate.
Washinc ion, Feb. 19 Noon The
President has issued a proclamation
calling an extra session of the Senate
to convene on March 5th.
Senate The credentials of Came
ron, U. S. Senator from Wisconsin,
aud McDonald, Senator from Indiana,
were read and placed on file.
House On motion of Harriss, of
Virginia, was inserted, in a bill pro
viding for artificial limbs for pension
ers, a provision repealing all laws that
prohibit the payment of Revolutionary
or War of 812 pensions on account of
disloyalty.
The House refused to go into a Com
mittee of the Whole on the tariff bill,
and went into a Committee of the
Whole on the private calendar.
Washington, Feb. 19 Noon Full
Cabinet meeting to-day.
The Consular and Diplomatic Ap
propriation bill has been approved.
The eulogistic honors to the late
Senator Buckingham have been post
poned. The Houe Committee reported
favorably on the Texas Pacific Rail
road bill, and it was recommitted. The
House will give a night session to its
consideration next week
In the Senate to-day, Flauagan pre
sented concurrent resolutions of the
Texas Legislature a-skicg pension for
tho soldiers and sailors of the Mexi
can war.
A bill was introduced making West
Po nt, Va.,a port of entry.
A squabble ensued over the order of
business Logan wanted Pension?, Ed
Wards wanted Civil Richts and Ser
geant hoped Pichback would come up
again. It involved peace or war in
Louisiana. He would sooner the case
should be decided wrong than not
at nil.
Hitchcock said when the Indian Ap
propriation bill was disposed of he
would call the bill up for the admis
sion of Colorado. The Indian Appro
priation bill was taken up, and the
Senate is considering it to-night.
House. The Committee on the Pri
vate Calendar rose without reporting
a single bill, and then the Army Ap
propriation bill was taken up and
passed.
Poland, of Vermont, from the Select
Committee on Arkansas affairs, re
ported a resolution that it is not ad
visable that there should be any inter
ference with the government of that
State, and crave notice that he would i
call it up for consideration next week.
lhe House then adjourned.
Washington. Feb. 20. Noon.
Carpenter occupie'd his seat in tfca
Senate to-day.
'lhe Indian Appropriation bill is
being considered.
House Is in Committee ou the Tar
iff bill.
The Baltimore Sun special says the
Hoar committee will make two re
ports, one seating members expelled
by the military, and the other recog
nizing Kellogg.
Washington, Feb. 20 Night The
Treasury received four million dollars
in bonds from Europe, to-day, for re
demption and exchange.
- The Senate caucussed this , morning
on the order of business. There was
a slim attendance. The Civil Rights
bill M&i considered, but no conclusion
was reached npon and subject.
The Library Committee heard Gen.
Denver and others of the Mexican
Veteran Association in favor of an
equestrian statue in honor of Gen.
Zachray Taylor. J
Alcorn introduced a bill for the
relief of the overflowed Mississippi
river lands.
The Indian bill was taken up, but
gave way t j eulogies.
The debate in the House to-day was
on the motion made by Bnrhard. of
Illinois, to strike out of the Tariff bill
the 5th section, which provides for
the restoration of the 10 per cent, re
duction on manufactured goods. Near
ly all the members from Pennsylvania,
Democratic as well as Republican,
spoke in favor f retaining the section.
The single exception was in the case
of Storm, a Pennsylvania Democrat,
who, to the amazement and chagrin of
all his colleagues, supported the
motion to strike out the section, and
avowed himself unqualifiedly a free
trader. The motion to strike out was
lost by a vote of 86 to 98, and then,
without finishing the bill, it was laid
aside, and eulogies were pronounced
ou the four recently deceased mem
bers of the House, Crocker and
Hooper, of Massachusetts, Hussey, of
Maryland, and Rice, of Illinois.
The Louisiana Committee will re
port through Mr. Forster on Tuenlny,
and a minority report will be submit
ted by Mr. G. F. Hoar. The report
of the Committee, which will be signed
by Messrs. Forster, Phelps, Potter
siid Marshall, will adhere to the origi
nal viows presented in the aub
eoinuuttec report, and contains a r c-
-iiiuiendiition that a resolution urging
I the proper authorities iu Louisiana
! to give the control of tho lower House
to tae Conservative members u
adopted by tho House. Some of thosf
sigutug the report will txpress their
wiilinereos to support a resolution
.'o -nii lly recognizii g hi Kellogg Gov
ernment, but tho resolution their re
port does not urge, for the reason that
the rights of Kellogg have not been
established by any evidence taken by
the ooramittee, but are admitted upon
general rumor, and as the best po.-i-ble
to2utiou of the present difficulties.
Washington, Feb. 20. Night.
Senate. Andrew Johnson's crtden
tials were presented.
A resolution appointing a committee
of five to sit during recess to examine
the various branches of the civil ser
vice aud report by bill or otherwise,
with a view to reorganization, was in
troduced. A resolution giving wounded sol
dierB, widows and orphans of those
who died in line of duty preferenc i iu
civil service. Passed by a vote of 3G
to 8. This shuts out the South.
Washington, Feb. 22 Noon. A
New York Tribune special says that
Minister Jay is to be suspended by tLe
Hon. Godiave S. Orth, member-at-large
from Indiana, and Chairmau of
the Coojinittee on Foreign Affairs.
His name will be sent to the Senate
after the 4th of March and he will
leave for his new duties soon there
after. Messrs. Burke, Zacharie and Leon
ard had long interviews with Wheeler
in Committee, i'hey are now with the
President for his sanction of the con
clusions reached, when they will be
telegraphed to New Orleans where the
Conservative caucus is in session, for
confirmation. In the meantime de
tails are inaccessible.
Senate Joint resolutions of the
Missouri Legislature were presented
asking for the improvement of the
mouth of the Mississippi river accord
ing to the plan of Captain Eads. Re
ferred to the C jromittee on Commerce.
House The House, under a suspen
sion of the rules, has passed the Ri ver
and Harbor Appropriation Bill, in
cluding many items for the Southern
States.
Washington, Feb. 22 Night Nom
inations: Commodore Reed to be reur
admiral, Captain Hughes to be admi
ral The report of the Committee on
Elections is 6 to oin favor of Lawrence
and Sheridan. Lawrence contests
the seat of General Sypher, and Sheri
dan was contested ag dust Pinchback,
as Representative of the State at largo.
The majority report was signed by
three Democrats and three Republi
cans; the minority report by 5 Re
publicans, iaclnding the Chairman of
the Committee.
House -A tmall number of bills wero
introduced. Reading of the Long bill
was demanded, which consumed the
morning hour. Testimony taken by
the Louisiaua Committee was ordert d
printed for the use of the House.
The bill regulating Chinese immi
gration passed. The day was consum d
u voting on a propositions to suspend
the rules for a variety of purposes.
The proposition to take up the bili
to regulate the Freedtnen's Bank was
defeated.
The proposition to make the Texas
Pacific Railroad bill a special order
for next Wednesday evening was also
defeated.
The bill to pay awards of thoSoutL
ern Claims Commission to the amount
of about S50,000 was passed.
The bill to pay claims allowed
the Secretary of the Treasury was
de-
of
leated.
Tha bill for the reorganization
the Quartermaster's Department
of
the Army was passed.
Senate A memorial was presented
by the Board of Trade, bankers ami
merchants of New York, against
annulling the Pacific Mail contract.
A bill providing for the distribution
of certain omcial documents and the
CongreFsonal Record was passed.
Lewis moved that the Senate adjourn
in houor of Washington's birthday.
Windom, who had charge of the
Indian Appropriation bill, refused to
yield the foor.
The Indian Appropriation bill pas
sed. Tho West Foiut Appropriation bill
passed.
Johnson presented resolutious from
the lrgiLia Legislature, against the
increase of tobacco tax.
rnt. - ii. - . ... . ...
j. lie x eusion appropriation bill whs
considered.
Morton moved an amendment to the
bill reported by the Committee on
Privileges and Elections, for the
counting of votes for President and
V ice JP resident. Tabled. Ayes 32;
nays ou.
Morton renewed his amendment.
He said under the operation cf the
Twenty-second Joint Rule the objec
tion of either House would suffice to
throw out the electoral vote of a State.
That the continuance of this rule
might result in thrownig the eleetin of
the next President in the House cf
representatives, and he wanted thoi-e
who voted against his amendment to
understand that they would be res
ponsible for it, and in this connection
he called attention to the fact that the
Democratic Senators had all voted to
lay his amendment on the table.
The caucus this morning reached no
conclusion beyond that they will dis
pose of 'appropriation bills as they
read them from the House and give
Pinchback and Civil Rights ad intrr
nn attention.
VIRGINIA.
ENDORSING THE SOUTHERN PA
CIFIC ROAD.
Richmond, February 22 Noon.
Friends of the Southern Pacific Rail
road in the House of Delegates yes
terday had a conference with Judge
Ould, Chairman of the Committee on
Railroads. The Judge said that nearly
every leading man in the House fa
vored the bill now befo re Congress,
and expressed his willingness to vote
for a resolution instructing our Sen
ators aud requesting our Represent
atives in Congress to vote aid to the
road, , - i 4
EUKOPE.
PLAN FOR REORGANIZATON OF
THE FRENCH SENATE.
SPAIN TO PAY THE VIRGINIUS
INDEMNITY.
THE BRITISH AND THE AFRICAN
COASTS. '
Paris, Feb. 22 Noon The Ift,
has decided to support the- bill for the
organization of the Senate upon the
plan of 75 appointed by deputies, stnd
the balance by councils.
IIadbid, Feb. 22 Noon It is re
ported that complications betwven
Germany and Spain over the Gusfcuve
affair have been decided. The Politic
asserts that thn indemnity will be paid
to the relatives of tho victims of tho
Virginins affair fixed at eighty-four
thousand, and that the execution will
be signed when Cushing presents hi
credentials to the new government.
Dublin, Feb. 22.- Noou John
Mitchell has issued an address t the
Tipperary electors, prtsu-ntii g himself
again for Parliament. A meeting in
Tipperary renoived to support him.
It i 4 believed ho has no opposition.
London, Feb. 22 Noon Adies
from Zanzibar state tint a llet f
British men of war bombarded and
captured Fort Mombazsque, isUnd of
Monibaz, of the east coast of Africa
The engagement lasted five hours.
The garrison lost seventeen killed
and wounded. Two slave ships with
three hundred slaves aboard were cap
tured Bi'KiiiN, Feb. 22. Noon Oce of
the principal measures tha- clucks im
migration is the prohibiting of enlist
ment on foreign account by the p:i
ruent of premiums spe.na)ly d!reen-d
ugaii-.F't Biazilim agents at Ilohnlake
is not to assist Bismarck. Bismarck's
labors arc lightened by arrunge men's
facilitating control over the Prussian
ministry.
The. Gorman press is indignant at
the Pope's e!K'vehcnl.
ELEl TJiK JLS3IS.
The AV-rmont Supreme Court- de
cide tbat the stockholders of u bank
are not responsible for bonds deposit
ed in the batik for safe, keeping
A train on the Chicago, ll-cW Ishi; d
:iud J'aeitic R;tili!iud wan thrown from
the track by a broken mi!. One of
the oaehe.C fell lifteen feet. Fifteen
persons were itij tired ;md oi.u killed
Wohl I'ro.'s gluy workrf Cin io.
eovrring1 eiglit acres, v.t be.snt-d.
Ltoxa 3-100,000; iusurtti.ee only SSo.OOO.
KNEW HER BUSifitSS-
.tir. ittaxun iet Klcled How Ills
Wife IoiiikI it Unl.
James Muxon is a duly initiated j nd
valiant Knig-.t of l'ythiiis, ret-idiu- on
Fou.th street. The other night he
left home, teiliiig .Mis. Mason ti nt he
was going to the iodgi'. About half
past eight o'clock two well dressed
men raug the door bell, and wi eu
Mrs. Mason appeared t hey hit re
duced themselves i-scouipanioiiKijights
of Pythias. They suid tlie lodge had
jast heid an election, and that Mr.
Alaxon bad been unanimously ca h-d
to the Chaueellor' chair the highest
position in the lodge. They had been
duly appointed, m tiecordiuice with
the evif-tora which i-s poeuii.'ir to t lie
Order, to inform her of the distin
guished honor that had been contYr
red on her husband, and to solicit i er
conpent to his acceptance of the i.tlh-',
another stipulation peculiar o;iiy to
the Knights of Pythias. Mr. Mason,
they Buid, according to their rubs,
would hold the office for three year-,
and would receive au fiuunal salary -f
$1,I6'2, this being the txact amount
according to the tribute levied on each
Knight by the superior council. Mrs.
Maxon was overjoyed, and thanked
the courteous gf-n:,lemen who had
meanwhile seated tl emselves in tue
parlor and gave her irc-est consent to
the acceptance of the h'.gh and lucra
tive office conferred upon her worthy
husband. The visitors, rose to h ave,
and, as they were about to withdraw
with all the thoughtful etiquette of
thorough gentlemen, one of them sud
denly remarked: "Oh! by the wav,
Mrs. Maxn, I almost forgot to give
you this note; Mr. Maxen especially
impressed upon me not to forget it
delivery." A hurriedly written note
was handed Mrs. JL, and excusing
herself, slse retired to the lightar pur
ler aud read:
Dt ar Wife: I have been ?eh eted
from among the 275 memr ers of my
lodge lo act as Chancellor, a fluttering
office worth nearly $i,-trO a year, it
is always cutomai' for the newly
elected Chancellor to furuish retresti
ments for tlie knights. I have only
83 with me. Please send me at least
S50, for I must do the thing up well.
Send HK) if you have it handy, or
borrow it of the neighbors. It wdi all
come back when I get my first month's
salary 100. lour loving hubaud.
Jajiics Maxox.
Mrs. Mason's eyes opened and she
thought a moment. Then (die went
to a wardrobe, plunged her hand into
the pocket of her silk dress, pulled
out a pretly Russia purse, and front
its snugly tucked up corner took a
bill. It looked nice and fresh and had
iu big figures upou it, "100." doing
to the door she inquired of the waiting
gentlemen, "Will you take the money
to him ?" The kind looking fellow
who handed her the note professing
not to know what wsrs in it, spoke up,
"Oh, certainly, x-ertainly, I'll see that
he get's it safely. (Had to accommo
date you, madam."
Said Mrs. Maxon, "I have only a
100 bill, aud James wants but fifty,
and besides that I don't want to send
the whole of it. Will ou get it
changed for me, please."
The two gentlemen consulted a mo
ment and then said "Oli, we have
change," and btraighfway made up
fifty dollars and gave it to Mrs. M in
exchange for the bill, and wishing he
a very good night retired with ail the
elegant grace and manliness character
istic of the noble Pythian Knights.
Ju about twenty miu utei Mr. Maxon
came home. "Why," said his wife,
"I tLoightyou vere entertaining your
knightly aiociates. I didn't expect
you before midnight, considering the
amount of money you wanted for your
feast."
"What do you meau?" inquired Mr.
Maxon. "I dou't understand you "
'Why didn't you send me' this?"
said Mrs. M. , as she handed him the
note. "Right after you left two very
clever gentlemen called and said you
had been elected to some very high
office Chancellor, I think and I, of
course,
Maxon, who had glanced over the
note and discovered it ' complexion,
ejaculated, "You gave it to lliem?
Why it's a diabolical swindle. Did
you give them any inuiiej? How
much '?"
"Why, I gave them a hundred dollar
bill and they gave me fifty dollars in
change. Here it is."
Mr. Maxon in a despairing way took
the money and carelessly glanced it
over at first, then more eagerly scan
ning each bill carefully. "Well, well,"
said he, "this is a double outrage.
Why all this money ia counterfeit ex
cept two five dollar notes ! Bnt where
in the name of common sense did vou
ever get a 8100 bill. You didn't bor
row .f hat of the neighbors did you ?"
"JNo, said Mrs. Maxon, who ap
peared to her husband to be strangely
undisturbed, "I took that 100 note
you gave me about a year ago. Don't
you remember? You told me to look
out and not to spend it."
"Why that s a counterfeit! suid her
husband.
'.! knew it was. Did you. suppose
didn't see through their stupid game,
Mr. Maxon? Your wife isn't a fool if
she is a woman. Give ma those
two $5 bills it you ploase, I jut want
a new ponnev
HISCELLAKEOUS.
St ' v f- t t'.e root, or rj ;seac by purif ! e tre
M.-.li.ifs ori r .v. lin-t and fci'ti-e to nlrhy
ac:.u,i, inv.g 9t Dij brt uer?ous u in.
VEQET1NE
18 not v'l", nariBt'ou ctunpi und. v litrh B'm
iir inrg g the toweif, lattxnii, plrasiut r. m
fiiy which k sure to purify die biooj and
thereby rcstoie tlie heiith.
VEGETINE
fs r.ow )e cr'bPil in cases of Srrodna an-J
o'i' ii- !, t t.ft L:ixi. bymai.yot t iruf-.t
jiiiys'c-ia'is. owirii; to iis g-ea:, pue5ti.-s iu curing
il dsrt of i 111 !iMir.!
VEGETINE
'oen not i'ccfie invHli'l int 1" !siifi- Jy
i-iriii . v,ii cT'-.txivg lii'i it'fiix ititr, but
.3-i-- naUi.e in -l.nriiitf Hill tuiiivi-j; tb.
wui.- fyif ia, iea'.I:ug the tinc gr:iduti y t-i
pt.r: si i uOa:ta-
VEGETINE
Wss ii(.kl u;.m a an e.i rhcei.t for m
timo wmOi"onr b stii'iysin m, but tiiosi
litort im'r.'uiJip in r-ani to its rnrri- Hie now
it. ni't rl: nt frien 's Hiul fuji:rt?rs.
. VEGETINE
lu-taU "f being a jiuftV-J up roeilw-ioe has
wui keu it-way up lo ltd i c.-eia astnnifhmg
i;c.-r-! liv actual tufiit in iuinj; alt tlis
i Itio b!i:ti, ft nbn'evtr nture.
VEGETINE
a-,. J.sroyi j Jiyiciii, ' 1 a Jif. t i!i;! hk a
h.o,; jutr-tuT. nig f its m iy n.Kr
lii i ri. (.fif-r a!" Uii irin ilitfa I ii'i fob-it. .
vi-itnJ ili- jhIhivmoh y nrl (iiviie- il my.-1'l' '
tmitriut-ne m-Tit. iV ppar. ,1 t ro tv r-s.
r'i.(t-il te-i b ;. !Hfh uf if b in Jiijjl.iy eittf.v
iive Hint tli.v are codim utnlftSin k;m b a man
ner as to i i'xl'iw ssU'ii-.-biiiK results. "
VEGETINE
I u siikiii.ir'i-d'.t ) ntl rMt-Iilfn'ln
b 1 by i-ljv
oi:iks and Hjr. tu:cr i f to u; ih UrM iiuiiiiT
clp 11 -
P 11 tl ! Mir; '.R't.u : v.i, xi t-M r v rtrt nui
heel:
rri.t-.r.'il ti i-it!-.
PROOF.
WHAT IS NEEDED.
lidh i .j-m, Keb. 13. !71.
M n. H. It Sltvs-.s :
ilcnr i- About. eie y.;;'.r rinci" I tons i my
.- H i:i a itt-s.U- ivrui! to" f on. i.-.nor.il .!.- si i '-.
V I' I K wf is-.-,!ii.ly re. i-iiiHK tMlv . ni
by . i it ml "! h:ii b en in ti ! ii ill.i .;.
US 1 11. t-il n! lili- Hill ll'.-ltiil .tt?r u-:iks--t-l:r-
1 l M It's, was r"t(i.-rJ h-:l I:
l t-ii4. I ft :t n -J"i r.miil n Ii it. 'b
is H in i i mi Mii riirr- H !iir tli i: .1111
)lrtiif 1 r wii 1 h ,t I- i i-i'l'iv ;.-. is.r. 1: .
Wi n'tl r!i I'ri m 1 - im-vtMhI 11 ti t!iO-- ft'e
f . ; Hi t s lit' v ti- i .- !: uii s P t I .-M if t h Ii;
ii ii.'iitTtM a In 1. s in! in.- -ti'
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ir ('be iwiiiiiiiWn? Vt'!it
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fir.-lv toi:uv- .l (
;n m!'ii tr-i:' i i! Mi'll Py-o e;:-iH
t r ;
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ni's-: 'i'i,nHE,
Ti i l" 1 .
FEcL MYSELF
A KEW
Na -h k
Jas., .Iu:-c 11, 1ST
V T. H. K. STKVKSb :
1) ar Kir Tlirou h the Mil vice r.ml earnest
;ers tii.-ioii of Kv. K -. K bl. of til's .i c -, I
aatH i.t-tii ! iki-ii; Vi;iiKTlNK fir ll.fptjs a,
f wlii !i I hive Buft't rod for years
I hv-' us- il "ly tv,o biMt'fV- Hi-fi alri-alj feel
mysell anew ainri. Kervc-ctfit'lv,
!R. .1." W. CAKTfcK.
Report from a Practical Chemist
ana Apothecary.
Boston, .In. 1, 1S74.
Hear Sir Tliis if t ocrtifv 1'' I litte jh'i!
:irn t;iH 1 .1 1 T t i-..-n flST:-2 lott' k) .n'jonr
V iltir.'i'IN r'. . .- i r.l lv!, sTti. hi l e.-.n f it v
nv fi n! it li . ? giv. n 'lie l-e-t ra'i-l:i tiuii n any
r -m '-ly fo' th-! cmnla'nafor v ii it i- re
;: otneii i'l . tu.if I .-v. r iu'iI kjc-1 r1'
ivss itl.niu .-iiuo tl piy ciT.-t!'--t tt-;u..
:tiK t it- rui-t if.- on t' cnsil".-' tr tl : r f lei ;s
i am eriri-fy rigi y. int : f Kev-i-nl ;i- - :f
-it. In mi. Tuni r t'iiia riir.-J by VKtlK.
1 "INK a ' In tUis viei . . n y .
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ng 55 1S3
Molasses Molasses
100 BCI,S" KEW CROp cyi,A
100 Suar Eeute-
JTor Ble. by
KKKCHNEli A.CALDKJi BROS.
feo 18
MISCELLANEOUS.
TRADE FwiAR.C
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,
CELEBRATED
P ROOrjNOKT
BY
KITRAOT f
IvKT l h KtVoa.
MAN at V! auras
to his brThei uf
woHCf t-;r
.rtav. ism
" Tel"! iKA A
thtt
rbeir!aue is hvh
y ti.ff meed in If
iia. nd is. in m
Miirn, th stoat
jialamhl a." won as
! he most whole
ii sar"- that is
made."
TO Bit TH1 jt'-'SS
111i ipl:i.-.Hi'e u
svkky varie
ty OK OISH.
Worcestershire 8auce.
SoM Wholesale and for Exxiortatimi by t e
jroir:ttcri, I.K1 & PKRRINS, Y.'orceetc ,
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erally through -j.it the worlil.
Ask for Lea & PerriaV Sanee.
At tho lilCIMKt'AS! XAI1L.K it im-
..:i-ts '?ie. tno. exquisite relish anil zest to Hot
or OoM M..;t, Kowl, Fish, HrMled Kidney,
At Hi Un M:il TAltr.E, in Soup, with
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givc a lie'ipl'tful llvor.
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jo 5 0 'nm. ineluvive. The exceedingly low
jiri.u of Xicfcets bnng it. -eitbin the reach or
all.
GRAND GIFT GCNGERT
Tn aitl of tin1 Public Improvements in
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TI YAJ
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Will give a Grant C.iuetrt
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Ana will Dislrilnite to thfi Tiol:et
Dislriliute to
Ilolders
8250,000 IN GIFTS !
OEl'OSITOKY FIRST NATIONAL
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Dear Lady Disdain.
A series of Articles by ProniiuciilKoulli
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CONFEDERATE SIDE CF THE WAR.
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New Crop Cubii Slolasses.
75
HIIOS. Kev Crop Cuba Molfesea.
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FJJCC SAMPIE to Agents, I.adiei.'
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Chambers ctr-t, N. Y. 4w
SilOT-erSS. RIFI.ES. PISTOI
KEYOLYTR
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l'n Kistnl Worki, PITTS BUHU U, F K.
A Man of a Thousand.
A Consumptive Ciirrt Vlw l-:th
Wii-hiiiny i-x i trt l'roai C uiriMiitn.
ll ri'inntie haviiig tai'crt .a'ui lr. .1 u i-tx-crint
- nting bo arr'dcr.tf,i- t a-!f a -o r
itinn ot I MJlAN HHIP bioh ,u:i'-i li on'
fbill, n4 now givto tbi - recii 'mi-. ii re i?
of ti htan)i8 to fjy 1 X.-T!s f. H' S-Tt 's.i
cu'es night Bwaf -. Ji ti" a t the Momac and
1! break a firh ro il in 4 hnur sridrrsfi
fra?dor-k A Co., t Rate nt., 1 hilaiietrbia.
timiig this .nper. 4
Si.tlPl.fS 1
Ami a Ount'leit
(Ml T F I 'J
Sent Free- We w:mr a s-.iitable vr-on
in eer jir i((hl-r-rbuc1 tr. Tak oruors nni ti-lirf-r
g.iirts f. r our i-rtil'i.hrt i: I Sticn
of -t"i.lM m1 'ami y f i:il!nf .U kinds n cr.n
8tnt use Hint w. ar". Thr otlt-st C. . I hoi'cc
in Anu-ru-n. Sa m over l-alf milMon in lVt
AKen' sn Pay to tbe right j.i8-n A r- a'
tliH'.cc f r ki!. n'pio i Ji roab , at vfnr hoin- !'
O" trsv.iin(!f . o ri V. if vr.ii g to work
w 1! senii job free ard jiott-jittitl a line of guu-
ts and h roiup'etp outfit Ai'iirei- .t on e
hu;'. fenin r-ai t ni ry H .1 HAljOiSr '..
6, N. Ilcw.iao SriitBT, Baiti(nut, Mil. 4w
FOR.
mm, mm hoarsen
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES
WELLS ' G A.BB0LIG TABLETS.
i'iTi i.-p in osi.y Hf.ri'' xf
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Vol.l i- l'r"c.-'
llAVK YOU TlilEil
A lit. TOP
Weak, Nervous, or Debilitated?
Arc oil ; langnitl dint any s-.'rifn r--
! i) .u-i-s pi. rs m mi Juiiittl'iit vou tei csnahie
t lii li try J I It nit'IE 1, t"n- -..ii .er.'ci
ttc tui inviirorator, niiic.u ncis-i enr
ti:iitlf ot. u-5 . rrc' vi! irgt t-' irijmrt
;2r t- a l 'tie virl tnrcrR
I: i- mi hI 'o-hoic :ifi;etTzi.r, vvh- i; i :riiu ats
lor a i-riti. ' tln'e uv v o Id tti-.- ::n!lei-t.- t
lower df-i'tU mi?-i y , L-r.t it a. a vift.l.i.-
tini'c Tintf eir.eii'- ..ri tii." !ire- ny i ;r-..'t.
II regulate the ISv-l, .j'.r.e f i!it
n."res, an t x-ves auob. a hsv.ihy ti.im t; tlie.
whole jiytita-:. a-s ti soon ru:ik. i.li in-!.ii tet !
tikeaii' w jiers in.
ItM 0ernlioi is not violent, bnt :
oh iiaeterized ty jtreat gnullenesc; . ie fiiti-nt
eijierinoes mi huuJcp chiiie, no mn-rKt.; i -snIW.
bo. er-luilK bis t oubles
"Kol-J ;hi.-lr f-nt-, like th- Arai.
Ami -ileutly steal away "
Tills is no new ami nutiieJ 1i-oery, but
ha beeu lonp u-d with wonderful r-mili.ii
renult anrl i tTrrio:inc--.l l. ths li'?Ueit ni -ii'-c-aI
iUtliOTities, "the mirt powerfn' tonic ai i
-lterati-ve known "
vour '.r-jggiiit for t.
Foreiaieby W. K. KID:)!- H & CO.,
4v ""' ork
LOOK I LOOK!
3L2G0.G00IH PHIZES!
'I'll ;rani!et !i i n g I Miiuiier
.-fj-ji.- ti tCvt-orct, w. l l-eil.tiw in
taiiii: .t. Jjii.ii-, .ni ar-n 3!sr, ;S..
CAl'ITAL PUIZK, $100.fMMM
Stale Lotteries.
l.ga'.iy. j!
ML' KKAY, Mil.
. Kra e Aut'r
K .i O-
Lo Ma.
M na;.er-,
I Prize of . s 1 (iO, !
1 Icizjf . .(. IKMI
J 1'iizc ol' . v ,.tMI
1 f'riy.rf of tl.tUI'l
- l-rizi i. - - lU.tUHl
l I'l-iwn i k - - - 3.0;m
2-t i'ris.e of - ;i..Va
loO I'riz s of - l,O0
And 11,151 otlicr Prizes of from
; 1 ,."(-0 to $50.
Amounting in the Aggregate to
1,200,000!
Whole Tick w, 2-J; HalTee.10;
Qu irters, S5
Prizes paeb'.r in full aud no i-oft ponomen"
of ciiawii (;? tale p'iice.
Addret;-, tor i iekeWs and Cir;ulari,
.ER A :: ..
M Hiai'frii
St . 5
ti end ti i
rr.r Box ?4te
i n
s ii li t i'ovrposi:ii:T- i
fix i:i-h 1,1. dim kiri 1 1..
First Grand Gift Conceit.
AT ALEXANDRIA, VA.
arch 29, 1 875.
I.ISJ OF (iU'l K
I jr;n il 4 .is-i Gift tiiii'
1 i;.-:ini f',nsS tJitt .;
I (.irniid i 'li tlift 2".iim I
in .-;v!i 'ii ts. s?!0,000 iiic:i .. I'ki.h i! j
I 15 '"nf" liin--,
SO f.-h fiii't,
I S'l"-' C'xcii tiiits,
i I,!) t ;i ! Uif:n,
5.000 i.t:-!: 75 .-... I
1,000 each .Vi n -i j
600 eirh .vi (km j
100 c,l liKl ii-;i i
BP etcri . ... '3 11'fi i
20 och 4 0 ii t i
!,'MU t a-li tiitrs.
2 1UV) nh tittt".
21.178 Giititi tints a- onntin to
t ,11- 0 im;i
NUMBER OF TICKETS 100,00
I'riee of ' i !ielJ :
Whole Ticket
HillvS
Qn:rv r
K.hti r em-ti ''npon
Ti-ket for
Tlie Montiieli'. r Feiaa'o Uiiiinrie
tt'jit. obi feril by the Leihit nre oi
and i'ie . -in tin Owirt Cl'lni! iV..
iiv ;i (.ir.-in I tii't Concert to i-fibliti!
10 n0
n i
. urn in
;.l JV.S.S
a- d e-.-
!ow "l!i.imc I 't lhe Old, Irtirm mid i.-ti-tiTt'1
f a.iivf of Virginia," at Mentpeiier, ti e
former residence of President Irtu-s Mji-.t in
O TEiuiv's optics, Richmond. July 3 IS. 4
It athir ls me i leasurc to my t.h t f am we!;
.tciiiiit:l.cri wi ii a large mHiority o: the offl.
cermet the ?.JontHilier Konul ; Huium.? .!
iati'in, who r -i.it? in the v.cinii of iuy hi m -.
wil I itircft t'-eir intelligence and tlt ''r oi h.
'nd hiirli reimt ion as Kntlemen, . well tut
the liihl.c contidence, inttu-neo h-u snbMiiii
tial iueiiH iiheraily repreiierited itD'Hig lie"
JAME i.. KEMTtK. (Jot. Virginia.
Al.FXA5nrn. V: . .1"!" , 'T4
I commend them as rn'f of l-f -iir
Mid integrity, and lullv entiricd 'Jia eor.S-iferi-i'
oi thennhiio. "
K. W. Ht'tJHKS, V. S .Tn!sr Km-t-ir
District of Virginia.
further references by jierrnip inn : Hi" F.x-c-llencv
(Silbort C 'Wiilke. K -;. vtrnor oi
Va ; Hon. Kob't K.Witlnrs, I.icnt Cot otVi
and t'. s. Scn?or elect: Sena'-.m and Mei
bers of t'oiigren from .
Keuiittajict ! fo" ticket" riHy b- jn ;- 1-j ex
ire- i-ieiiiiid, portofti-re nioic-y order or.
V H-iiiijjt n. it. C, orb-, enc'.tevd '.et'r.r
F t fur particulars, teini.miRl. Jtc. pend
'or Circular Address.
Hon JAWKS BAKWl'K,
Presiitenr M. F. M . . A iTmrK. Va
Rrliablir xg-nti wanti ' pr?-rvrhfM 4w
QUA 0.
GENUmE
PERUVIAN III
In Large or Small Quantities.
By intrucfioni of the f'ernvi i- '.vt.i.
meut. ilici-- Amenta h:tre ad -an ceil the price of
Mnaj.e tr'."ii' from S p!e.a.er 1st t- 4 u
Ml v two iloiHr- and tiitv CrilTSJ (f2 to d.
,i-ron i iiound-i 1410s;-. ciit ili !-icc st
li f"m time a ne sc.t'e ! diciTi !. tii
t.-vs-.-pr t oifg , 1 centH on pri'. ' Ir.ii'i so
1 1 ii "oi.s.t 'j- ! gtairft i?. Trt mi rc:i t ins and over.
A 11-nal. they will not iTli in lots 0?' less t;mi
-en urns
Under this new arrangement I
am enabled to fill orders tor lots
often tons and upwards at loss
price than the Agents ot the Pe
ruvian Government. I wiil, ps
heretofore, suppiy qitantities un
derten tonsat the same rate as
charged . y them.
t irc.mar. .-, 1 t lining " .-Urn ' la's rtfereuce
and tull iarticulars, mail-'1 freen ai'Iie.it on
o R. B ALCAZAR,
Vo. 6S Bearer 3t. , New Vor.
P. O. Box 1.
dec 27 7-diwtf
Eacon and Pork.
75 Boxes D. P. Sides,
50 " Smoked "
20 " " Shoulders,
30 bbls Pork.
For ale by
KEEOHNER & OALDKB BBOM-
4'1
fel 18
WEDDING CAKDHandT lSITIIf G
CAK1 vcialtT at the
GUANO ADVERTISEMENTS.
CASH pMTI ME
Price SrlSlW Price
per to mmmmm per
pounds, mm Nov.1.
THK HI(.. STASOARl) OF QU.AI.irY HS BEEN FCLLY MAINTAINED, AKDlj
13 CONSIIEl;EI BT.THOSK WHO 11AVK GIVKN IT A FAIR TR1AI.THE
BEST m CHEAPEST FERTILIZER
MANUFACTURED.
LIBERAL AMD ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS
FK IjA KGE LOTS, GlVrX ON iPPIJCATMN.
LOCAL A G IANTS
AILXj the pp.incipal depots
3K
GENERAL AGENTS
For Forth Carolina and Virginia,
AT
jan 17
At $53.00 per Ton. Cash, or 60.00. payable 1st of November, next;
NAVASSA ACID PHOSPHATE,
At 33 00 per Ton, Cah, or 38. 0 , payable 1st of November text.
tVK (iUAKANTEE that the previous Migb :ra e of onr Fertilizers shall be fully Maihtaisis
K K. KRIElls, President
I. ICtiAE, Treannrer.
;. Ii. GSAFf'i.hN. -nierintertlent.
1 '' T- .
111 Fill ?)
CAPITA!
PIP
I i
PRICES REDUCED THIS DAY.
TWO THOUSAND FTVG HUNDRED TONS SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO
fr pa to. either for CASH or on CLOP TIME. Liberal terms will be made
with Merchants and other reliable parties to sell this Gnano at our Warehouse
prices.
W. II. MeltARY & CO.
t"onitn ission Merchant', Sgetsfor Pac ScGmno Co., and Dealers in Ni. 1 Peruyian O:.iino,
Nokth Water Street,
Sub-A gents 1; r
tne
. n. tiiiivov.
. AIIAH....
jan 31
J. E.
T.TPPITT.
T. B.
I T. B.
HEKBERSON.
IilPPiTT.
XJPPITT & CO.,
! GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
j LII'PrrT'S AVHAKF,
I SOUTH WATER STREET,
Wilmington, N. C.
t'oiifigmucntsi of all kimlx
dues folici'i d. Cotton, t orn
of Country
, Pef-s and
Pea-
nuts, yjieeiaitio
Uilitral a.lv.inces ma-la
Itoiu it returns highest ruarket jincep
guaranteed. W ill t ndeavor to f urnli tcs Is
en h.rt notice and o'herwise accomaioil -'.c
Miipi'ors fruni the Fat-tern ci unties. Oorumo
dous w'a. rf, united especially to tlie corn trade
ltefer to K. F. Overman, t asliier, Klizabcih
City, N. O; First Kational Bai-.k, arid leading
merchants ol" Wilmington, I. O.
J3
Stute of North Carolina,
SAMrOS COUNTY.
IN ji rEHOK I'lll'RT . PJlli C l'STV.
1:. W
Chun
(in en Hu-.l
1
Petition to ell I ar.d
ior Partition.
rs
The H. ir- of W. F.
SspeariMiin.
It appearing to th natistction of th fjonrt
tTiat Laura .v. Spcarnin i- a ncu.r sldcnt ol
th. "-late. ) i o' deled il-nt publication be
made r si weeks in the WiSmiugt -n Jou:t
sal; that the s-td Laura A. Spfurman come
forwtrd a.r.d s'.iovr cnae, if any i-he may have,
whv eaid p-'-tpiou s'laU not bo made accotd
itig to the praver of th; petition.
Icc uilivr 2tith. A. I . 1-T4.
i). A.on.BKKTIT, C.S V,.
jan 1 w-f v
SI'ATK ir"
tllt I II A It !.!
7
Colli lubitM t'oiiu
SUPERIOR COURT.
Hl-.oda 'aicr,
airaiiiKt
Edward Ma-ice
Peti.ion for i iverce.
To Edward Xaifc: V.111 are cnreiiiHiided t
apl '-r at tiie nrrtiiii 1 I s?'d Comt, to be
li-'d at ti:e tlinrt Vonf", in tlie ton of hiK-i-v.Me.
on ttie iourtU Monday after She fe;-o:.d
Monday ht ?ebinir, Is'T-'i. to aiwer tii- io-o-p!aii.t
oi'sanl pUtnMtl' i f you fhali fail to sr.
pent nt tliai titn. the plaiunll" v!l apply fur
the relief temanded iu the con. plaint, toge hur
with the cMs of this action.
Given Under my hand, and the goal of said
Court , this the Ultii dav of I-cember, 1874.
W. M. BALDWIN, C. S. 0.
F. Oeoruk, PlaiiititT'ii Atiorney.
d-c 17 Sl-6r
DR. ROGERS'
Vegrtal Wsria Synm.
A Rnv m"T m v furl", r pi". when mriicfe 1
Upon h;m:e f, 1 e -oirally; but h
CAN NOT SE E HIS CHILD SUFFER
Th rni'imotliTm i miy inclt-nt to chi il
I100 1. ilinl is a' oro.tKi i d with n r ir"e
r.oabli wretched nt-s--t'i the little run'erer t:mn
tht
PRODUCED BY WOnitAS;
an t wben tbe prcnt ful y c.mnr 1ihh.i ihs .-it-'1
-1 ie ai 1 rin ieiav a ni'irnent in it c-irini;
m 8t pmini't ani fric!t-nt ra rcilini to n
su e th expulsiin i the ii.trudrrs. lbs
vtinedv mav be JonTid in
IC. COii;itS' VKIiETABLK
AVOK tl SVKI I'.
Mse bear in mind that
BoterV Worm Syrup is the rf liable preparatior.
Rogers' Worm Sy no iaa palatable prep'-trstion.
Kogers' Worm Syrup is liks l by children.
Eii6ei8' Wirra S rup p-if.itivelydebtrc.v4 woimn
Kogers' Worm Mirnp leaves no b;i e flee tii.
ROGERS' WO KM SYKf'P is hi,jh y recom-mend-
d hy physicians, and is uni lettionablT
the iliSiA' WOUM MtDIClNE IN THE
Wll I).
Price 2 centa B'or Sale by all Druggists.
JOHN F. KENKV, C0KRAN & CO.,
Proprietors,
8 ard 9 College Placo, New York,
feb
wlm
DtYIMTISin "KATt.y KXKCUTf 1 B
rill tf 1 III U the ihartet notica acd at
th moet rewonabl toi m at tho
.j- :-v--j JOUMNAX. Office.
& c.
hrn I
' O IV.
14-1 lraw( nndViaiuSlni
WE OFFER
OUE STANDAED FEETILIZEE8
For the Seasnu of 1875, ucawred ou the Cars, rtt Our
Factory, at the followiiig
Z 10 1 U 0 1.01 PRICES :
SOLUBLE KAVASSA GUANO
KAVASSA GUANO COMPANY
WILMINGTON. N. C
4--ol-lw4m.
5 GI H
.1,000,000.
ol' Soluble Pacilie Onano,
.Old Hundred, N. C.
Mario". 0.
27-3nidw
JAMES LEFFEL'S
IMPROVED DOUBLE
TURBINE WATER WHEEL
POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore,
MAXUFACTURKBS
FGR THE SOUTH AKD SOUTHWEST.
Nearly 7,000 now ia u.se, Tt orking un
der heads varying from 2 to 240 feet!
24 sizes, from 5$ to inclies.
The. nuit powerful V."hi-! in the Market, ar.J
mc-et economical in ue of Water.
Large illustrated Pamphlet sent post frc
MANUFACTURERS, ALSO, OF
Portable and Stationary Steam Knsines and
Boiicrs, Raneock A Wilcox Patent Tnbulois
Boiler, Ehaneli's CruHbec for Mineral, Sw
and rir, Afiiln, Flourinfr Mill Machinery,
Machii.erv for White l.etd Works and Oil
Mill, .Shafting Pulleys and Hangers.
SI.I FOK (1KCI LARS.
MUZ 20 w6u
CRESCENT SPECTACLES.
Improve your eijh(.
Snectae'ee r-sw
Piitdic are gnu
u all other to
clearnefH and
v.Kion thev ar
JL ottered to tho
Hiiteed j;niit! r
tbe market. 1 or
tii.-ii ; ii t ne? 01
tmr'vsl ei, the
3 yfi total abfence. as
- Kir?ii bles renders
l-ri loatiii Peb-
t'u in c.-ecialU Trade Mark desirab'e. 8"
11.K K'o-ni.i with gieat care, they are free irom
al in.i. rfcct.oiis and impuntien. 'bey are
niount.din Gold, Silver, Shell, Bubberana
M el franker and wi 1 last many years wiUmo.
change.
For t-a'e onlv bv our Agent.
d II aLI KN, Jew ler and Opticians
sole yctiis or Wilmington, N C. fc
y-Xni'i! s-iiuine without the traf
Stmr.ed en . very pair. Manutactvired by
1' r.l. LOWS. ilOLSlKS Xr'.
New York.
IvOok for Trade Mark,
r.i ircl; 27
No peddlem employe
13-w I
NOTICE-
II
TAVING BKKN APPOINTED A
A I. 1 "as i.icv and wife i!ei rietta , fc kV
nay !-! ileirv ' lv .y. .1- ' ner "
....... .! I w It i 1 r rnUii - ii11
r . Hi-. !, oi,. r.i.i.li r -t" tim-t Hu c doWi
s. .1. - : ,t 1. . ar n'rhM'k "I.
on
IV 1 iv Kctniia-v 1 til. 1--7?. ll tial
pi 1 ot
n-ir. i of ItTid t-i iiate. Ivi. e aud being
in vi"
c tvi-T' Wilml"K"Ti. eo"ti
iri'l - :.il.' ot orth 'ari linr.
deivrif'-a "
f li: us, viz: , .,,
Tin- -liii.vi'ila'il Hai av lot, boand ' "
ti,. -v , ,t , 1.', t s- s. n'hern line ot lot
I, eu
t'-.- bv 'lis Wi'titi-" due of urr
3t,
t fHin 's cont.m.eii nrf hwaioly
e; me
.iiil li livCli'if a nr..il ami n m " " ,1
th- W'l-l "J
f he cl anncl ot Vi river, ban! piece - f
of 1 .n.1 belg part of l'8 No 3. i, 5 nd " "
t, ock .No. !9, ac ording to tie plan of t t J
of Wilmington, BShurvey-d by L. .' v
.id pro,.tv inc-inding the Mtine IWJ
.mil all the ti.ture, gearing and apparain
ihereto aitcneu. . m ri.hise
T'einis of s"e-One third of thj. P
aoaev in ca'U and balance on a credit ot iu
and six months
FRANK H. PABBV,
Nov lltU,
jan 14
1S74.
Uoanffliwioner.
l'2-4w
Choice H. C Hams,
Fre,h eupply of BOWa
M .lit are '
" Foley,
due to day, vur "'"
aud uelirered without chvge.
bot'om price,
GRANT BlroNu
HIP OFMIfl PR-
miHrinnt r lr tl-.c purposes therein si""";
Virtue Nlrnivr. of tho fouit or ProbaWW
New Ha- over t: .... j, " the ra-e o.
nxr
.'ll'K -r kilin-l. if-nrv ,i
feb 81
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