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7.; & RODDICK.
45 ::arket St,
, vw fiuWiVd taking oar aunnal
ami urn now daily reo-iv-
'hVV (iO'il'S from the Northern
... i ii. .1. t : . I nf
. r nnrns win sxuay iuir inter- i
,,. King their purchases as early in
. . f ho trpTiHr.! in. i
.; 'liMMofihe market have au i upward
... tM d-TH - o
k cy We hate just received over
' 20,000 YARDS BEST CALICO !
' PKICE KNTS.
Wliolesale buyers would do well to look
r .tnck'bef re purchasing asr w.
hs ereat mtuy so di we are offering
much below l ux rum
Plain, Striped and Chectel NaiiMook
UusliuS. The De8fvaiue ever ouerou.
Call and examine.
Uueu Lawns from 12 to 20 cents.
i -ur Variety is Large. Our prices ARE
,LOV. 8o upwards.
Kretonne. Torchon and Italian Laces,
VTehave very mucn h largest assort-
tnant that hxi been offered in this city and I
our prices, either by the yard or piece, can
not bo undersold. I
Domestic and Imported Quilts. Our stock
of the above is large. We have marked I
none np in pnce, preferring to give our
patrons an opportunity to supply their
wan. s at the old prices
Our present assortment excels anything
we have ever shown.
Call and rive onr stock a look over. Our 1
uuyer is in tne musei at present ana we
ire receiving many Novehiee.
5 and lO Cents
u iiinaieu uu uis o. rr. corner ui msi&cii
nd Second streets.and every Steamer tbat
r. .1 c t it : m i .
comes into this port brines a Fresh Lot of
Goods that ever were offered hi any mar-
ket under any circumstances. We offerl0fabir than It does to stand in front of
great inducements to Wholesale Buyers.
BROWN & RODDICK,
45 SZarket Street
A ND HIS D5CLES AH D BIS Cousins
Ad hU Sisters and his Auata is invited to wit
Grand Dress Parade
Sfcry day and evrv evening ai the
Boston 5 and 10 Cents
On fVt n t,. 1
vxm rruiii sircci. i
The Stock ii the largest and most extensive I
of the kind io the State, and embraces a very
Mch are sold tfcere for leu than half the
a n.y noually demanded for them. The te-
lcUons were made In person and they are all
uiteri from the country are particularly J
invited to eall and see how far a little money
Rementber the place, the
Boston 5 and 10 Cents
..vu ditwh, oetweea r rinceai ana i
A QUANTITY OF OLD EWSPAPSBS
or wrapptng, offered for sale cheap at the
Mpt4 DAILT &ST1KW OfflCS
Geo. F. Tillit Beautiful !
P. A. Schotti Commercial Hotel.
Ckonlt A Moaaia Choice Frait at Aue-
J. H. Mkltom Beef 1
A. A. Catlbtt SmithViile raloon.
Umioi Hare You Seen.
A. A I. Saaiaa Best at ck.
P. HazMSBBaeaa The OreaUsat Attraction
No City 0 -art to day.
The German ?s ugi in pder.
The day 8 are now bhorttr thn the
Wirdow Giass-patij bizes at It after &
Prices. ' ' I t
Twn hpada ardbeltor ttiau on?, if DOth
are not empty.
Lees of wiae is
A wonderful instrument the tongue
ofHn old gossip.
Th ff-bhore signal was ' raised last
uiht and still floats te day j,
If we believed leas in impossibilities
would accomplish much moire.
The melancholy dajs are
waitiug for the heat to get out
In the Summer
me have the mosquito
ana lu lue eariy ran iuo:iwicuauoi.
. -i i nt.ii .I- - ; An.l...
Save your money by buying jour Build
in Supplies frpm Altaflr & Price, j t
Wedding cards are very plain this j sea
son. and recommend thema Ives by their
It. is good to dwell together in amity.
u - u t ; a-mU v hard thin ? to do with
UVUqM V - -J ,
The barque Jerbuen (Nur.) Svensen,
rom mis porx, arrive ua u.g
tl.e 22ud inst
It is always woithja long journey to see
a young man purchase his first high hat,
or stovepipe,, as it is called. ,
Tf vnu want to feel well aod lively
nre Dr. Bull's Baltjmora Pills. All
druggists keep them. Price 25 centsj
t- -t- : A !.
Rnttrn of two sizes are on most suits.
They aie made of tinted pearl, in all the
ey colors that appear in the cashmere
9 ' .
Now is the time to get ready for the
socials; select your partners, fix your
programmes, I and arrange -for the dance
Tbo variety of colors used by the print
ers of posfer8 worrfes the pbor goats, who
i;fc tha nancr well enoueh but are afraid
r tr ,i l i i
Isn't it strange thati ft weirie3 a
man's legs so much less to stand in iront
a work bench?
Money saved in! bnVing your Household
Hardware at Jacobi's, No. 10 South
Tho busiest class of people in this
to-d-iy arc the coal jdealers and wo :d sell
ers, and we might add also the
and the dry goods merchants.
The novelties in
ancy jewelry are car-
rings and brooches
of i files, sunbeetles,
lady birds anl beads, which are such
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trood imitations that they, are often
taken for real.
Strangers in tl.e city should nt
vieit the S sb; Factory,
street. " j
foot of Walnut
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It may oe raai nice aport io
f-n Knf. Wnri.i ba
never produced! a small 'boy with bold-
ness enough to Itry the experiment on a
mn A. I ' i )
The schooner Catrktom is here JVom
Nassau with a car! of fruit.; The sale
of it was begun thisl afternoon by . Messrs
Cronly & Morris, , auctioneers, and will be
Tb.e celebrated Zeb Vance, Southern
Baker and Chief Cook Stoves, Tartar and
Heating stoves lor oia pricp. u u vm.e
at Jacsobi's Hardware Depot. t
One oi the most novel 'tid-bita' of the
season, says an exchange, may be; mad
by wrapping an' oyater in a
bacon, then putting it I be! jre tte fire
Qatil the bacon is cookea,, wnen it wu
be found ready for eating.
The coal and wood dealers look serene
ly happy to-day; while the ice seller
expresses the the frigidity of hu feeling
his long drawn countenance. The j'R
I n ,;rk iham nniil 4Kb Snrin"? time
au awe m m F O
comes Gentle Annie,
WILMINGTON.N.C, FRIDAY. OCTOBER
Tha schooner C.H. Macomber.. Goo
gins, from Boston for this port, put into
Vineyard Haven on the 21st inst.f Jhaving
!c?t her anchor oa Nantucet Shoals on
the 19th inst.
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About 10 o'clock last night the fog
hereabouts waa so thick that oue could
d'stinguish nothing fifty yards in front.
Soon after, however, the wind shifted and
a cool Northwest breeze dispersed it. I
An organ grinder was abroad on Third
street, about 11 o'clock last night, ma King
bad music to sleep by. "What he want
ed and who chartered him we didn't find
out. We protest against such eye-open
ersj 1 J .. ,
Slight Rise in the Hirer.
From (japt. Albert Worth, of the
steamer A) P. Hw. tt we learn that there
has been a rise of nine inches in the river
since the rain of Wednesday, and that it
8 ill continues to rise, though very slow.
Gone Back Home.
The excursionists from along the line of
the Carolina Central Railway left for
hnmos vesterdav I afternoon. Near
r It 1 1 1 J - oltlia Vl O I
score oi tnem uoscri.uu iui "w i
Review or the Jotjbsal, and we will be
pleased to see them all again. I
The meeting of the Board of Alder- j
nen, which was to have takenjplace on j
Tuesday evening last, but postpone a unui i
this (Friday evening), has again been
postponed, we1 understand, until Monday
I ri T a.
evening next, at 1 ociock,
postponement, we are to!d, is owing to the
absence from the city of one or two of the
absence from the city
members of the Board.
Will Leave Us. I
Wc regret to learn that our enterprising
young friend and go aheadfiretr an, Cap-
tvn Q. W. Lamb, is about to resign trs
position as foreman, of the Little Giant
Steam Fire Engine Company and remove
from this city to Florence, S. O., where
he 'proposes at an early day to open a
branch of the same business in which he
is engaged with Capt. T. J. Southland
here. Our best wishes for Capt Lamb's
, i hk
future success and prosperity go with
The residence of Mr. A. Weill, on the
. - 1 I .Usala nr.o I
corner oi urange au cru" on com, " i
burglariously entered yesterday morning
about five o'clock. The clothing in Mr.
Weill's bedroom was disturbed and his
nants carried out in the passage where a
pocketbook was taken from them, but
fortunately for Mr. Weill his money was
not in the book. The thief got little for
his nains. but might have succeeded in
securing some booty naa ne noi oeeu uad-
covered and run off. '
"Von rav the lowest cash prices for
Doors, sr ana uiinos, ouuuer-a xxu.
. .mi j' n-!U..I. TT A I
ware, &C-, at jacobi s, jo. iu oouuu xauaal
- The Abduction case.
The trial of Wm Fisher; and John
Fisher before Justic, Gardner, mentioned
. .. s k
mHWB'7 rTT7 "7.
discharge of tho elder Fisher and the
commitment to jail for trial at the Decern-
... n ? i r i. t tt
. tv. a Lmf TT7irr VTAnravnuw rHNiiiiru in Liin
cer term ot the unmmai vx)uri ui uuuu
i.-v. . rV.arm. nf fttMluction.
the woman Mary Ann Johnson, who was
A1 1BUG1 UUUU - - t
abducted on the occasion referred to.being
the chief witness for the prosecution
she testifying that the defendant on "trial,
whom she recognized and identified, was
the satde person who came to the hcuse
of Ida Macks where iha, Mary Ann John-
son. was at that time stopping about cne
year ago, and in company with her Lte
husband, Tom Johrson, an escaped ccn-
rict, 'and Simon Haggett, an escaped
murderer, did then and there the who'el
party being armed with shot-gun
forcibly carry her off against ber will
The evidence being conclusive as to the
prisoner guilt, the Justice demanded a
bond of $100 for his appearence at Court,
in default of which he was committed to
mil &a stated above.
T,m, Li ithbnv White Lead
Colors, Varnishes, and all kinds of paint
in" materials for the lowest, ptices at Jaco-
Ci's Hardware Depot. f
iu a. m. -1 1
Tbe following orders haye beca received
atOSbeasigna!i are ordered tip fof
New Haven, New London, Newport,
W,ocds Hall, Boston, Section Eight, Port-
land, Section Seven and Norfolk.
J. M. Watson
Sergt. Signal Corps, U. S. A.
A Game or Base Bail. .
The Second Nine of the Champion base
ball club and a few picked players from
the Second Nine of the Home and one or
two other clubs under the name of Ue
'Sunny South club' made a test of each
other's skill in a game of base ball at the
Athletic grounds this afcrooon at 8
o'clock. But at the time of our goiog to
press tbe result of tho game has not been
made known. .. . j
Continued until Monday.
The trial of Artkur Fisher, upon tbe
charge of harboring Tom Johnson, an
escaped convict, which was to have
taken place before Justice Gardner at 8 p
m to-day has been continued at the
request of the defence, on account of the
absence of one of the principal witnesses,
detained by sickness. The time now set
for the trial is next Monday morning at
The Cold Snap.
The first cold weather of the season
dropped in upon us last niebt about bed
time, with a sharp wind from the North
west. Blankets were in order and sleep
riO VAfi inaf. O ilon HA
"o j ivuuiu. auio wviuiug
the last straw hat disappeared and a
thriving business has been j done during
the day in blankets, wcolens, overcoat'
coalf wood &J AJ we Q to preM the
weather has moderated somewhat, but the
co& weather clouds haye not yet all passed
Accident to tbe Mnrcblson.
We understand that the steamer D.
Murchiaon, which left here yesterday for
Fayetteville, met with an accident last
night about 50 miles from this place and
when somewhere in the neighborhood of
Whitehall, by which the wrist pin
which connects the crank with one of the
engines was broken and the cylinder
neaas were Down out. When the Hurt,
which arrived Jhere early this morning,
passed the Murchison last night she was
still heading for Fayetteviile, moving
slowly , and with only one engine at work.1
CarolIna edIa JoQruaI.
publication has been received. It ar-
Dears to US to be unusual y fall and in-
TT7 : it i
tuirouugi it s uvuto iu aii uittuy arucivi
of interest, even to our unprofessional
mind, and we are glad to find appended
tf t . t aVkll lr TA nftrl rtt tVl1 Kiln art a f Vo
w uii iuv
city recently compiled by Mr. Walker
meares. mis report is not only interest-
ing but valuable, and we thank the Edi-
tor of the Mtdical Journal for it. In the
editpral department, two very fine articles
attract our eye one of which "The Anaei
thesla Question Reopened" discusses very
cleverly tbe claim of Dr. Long, of
i wVj6i, .uhmuvw,
wmie ino oiner 18 TeV mwrwung paper
relative to the workings of theNtrth Oar-
To both of these
W(J probably refer
We have room here for only one more
reference. In the "Medical Annota
tions' which are made from time to time,
we find the following :
Famous Tooth Pulling with a New
I Anlsthktic. Dr John Bull has at last
succeeded in extracting an ivory tooth
from tho f4mooa ,avge chieftain Cety-
Wayo, measuring seven feet in length and
i . l if i : r -4 .v.
1 aoout a nan yaru au uhwuluacaouwo
I .1 YT. J !.L
girtn. no acwsiueuo wu uimuiBi,crcu
i r . j
j . J nry of Inquest.
Coroner Hewlett held an inquest to-day
over the body of John Ray, 'colored, who
fell overboard from a flat at the foot of
Princess stieet, on Tuesday night last,
and was drowned. The body waa found
this morning and towed to Market Dock
where the jury -assembled. The verdict
was in effect death by accidental drown
After tbe inquest was held the body
I was turned over to the ; father-in-law
J Gf tne ucfortunate man. fit was then
placed in a coffin and conveyed 1 to
his late residence ( on Eleventh, between
Market and Dock streets, from whence
the funeral will take place. A peculiar
fact connected with the ciicutnsianco is
that when the coma arrived at the Dock-
the father-in-law of the deceased appeal
ed to a large croud of colored men who
were standing arounu lor aii-uce
in placing tbe body in! it but not one
I J. ... . k-fr tn An hn & mm
1 wi a oa w
tiem3n w Q wa3 nwar at banJ, a merchant
on Market Btreet, stepped forward and
proffered his laUnce, which wai gladly
led d lLc two lhen sncceelcd in
, , , , . "
gctUng tne body properly arranged in its
last earthly tcnemcnL .'
lnponantto me A dieted.
We would advise all who may need the
advice of a physician, to either call oi
write to Dr. Robertson, 19, So. Eutaw St.,
Baltimore, Md.,j who from 15 years expe
rience in Hospital and Special Practice,
guaianteea a cure in all diseases of the
Urinary Organs and of the Nervous Sys
tem, Organic and Seminal Weakness. lm-
potency (toes of sexual power, Nervous I
i-souiiiiY anu Kremoiirt?. riDitai.... or ine i
Heart, dimness nfmVht nr pitihn. fine I
tnrnaJ TCiinn An all fui trrm
eweey J ' WA na7WHfTO AAA IllftllHW 1 I
aiao u sKin ana uiooa aiseases quicia)
Sr; .i!uale7one ?r.ll
country (Uriversity of Maryland), and re
feis to the leading physicians in his city.and
all consulting him can rely upon honorable
ana conuuential treatment. In writinc
enclose sump for reply. Special attention
aiven to all female complaints. Good ac
commodations for all wishing to call and
see liira. Medicine sent to auy address. i
The erane croo of A. Sneer's vineyards
in New jersey last year was one-third
larger than any previous year. Uisvine
yards in New Jersey, : nd the product fron
the grapes he pu-rha?-s, have enabled bm
to keep a stk t ur yv:nj aLeail. Non
sold laa tha . f ut ytarsold. It has be
come a popular e veiling wine among thf
best families iu New Y ork, and for com.
muuion purposes. For sale by Jag. C.
ilunds, Green & Flanner and P. L. Bridg-
ers t Co. I
SECOND DOdB WEST of the Garrison.
Best Wines, Lituors, Cigars, etc. Finest
Saloon in the town. Patronage of traveling
A. A. CATLETT,
Fmithtill, N. G.
OIHAT 18 WHAT TOU WILL SAT
when yon see the Beef I will offr in market
to-morrow. There has been nothing seen
like it so far this season. Another car load
received to-day from the Mountains and the
Fattest oi it will be oSered tor Saturdays
GEO. F. TILLEY,
No. 8, Market House,
Choice Fruit at Auction.
Ex British Schr Cnrlcton
Just from IVassau.
M. CRONLY, Auctr.
sir cnozvz.'S' &. axoxixixs.
rpOIS AFTERNOON at 2X o'clock, P. M.,
we will tell on board Schri Carleton, lying
just Ncrth of Market Dock, her cargo of
apex lor .
ORANGES, BANANAS 4 PINE APPLl 8.
oct 24 It
Beef Beef I
The Best Market of the
f i Season
ILL BE! FOUND AT MY MEAT!
I will offer then some of
my Finest and I Fattest Beeves, which have
h. tliA k.a In nitrVni Vl5 or . ATgri. Mat-
ton, Yea! and Pork, and Sam ages and Pud
- i '
dings of my own make; which I can gntran
Door, ooen at daylirhU Sale. to
menee immediately and conlinae daring the
aay ana unm iste at nignt.
J. R. MELTON,
I WILMINGTON, N. C.
Large Sample Rooms for
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THE PROPRIETOR having! thoroughly
renovated this House and famished it entire-
lynew,ls prepared to give to the traveling
public all tbe eonvenlencies of a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL. It Is located in the very
centre of the businesj psrt of the city, being
convenient to tbe principal business bouses,
Pee to face, Custom House, City Hall and
Court House. : '
PL Flrrt-Class Bar and Billiard Saloon
connected with this HoteL I
BATZS $2 PSR DAY.
oct 24 F. A. 5CIIUTTJ5.
I - w will be glad to receive communication
from our friends on any ud Unbctif
general interest but : "
The name of the writer'mustj alwayr te for
nished to the Editor.
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Com man lotions most be written on only
oneside of thejpaper.
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rertofiAiitiee must be eToided.
And it is especially end particularly udtr
ttood that the Editor doe not always endo 1 1
the tiewi of correspondents unless so; sta'f f
in ine editorial coins ns. ,
LL PERSONS are hereby
caatioaed gaint harboiisg or
trostln any ot the crew of the r a
"" v. . ooirqctier. M..afr
no debts of tfceir contrhCt:oa will ri
1 aptl or :.mfrr,..
e Greatest Atfrnetibu
ol the Iay.
rpHE BEADTIFLL NEW feTrLE,
PIANOS AND OiiCAVS,
- i -
AttheLlVK BOOK AND MUSIC? 8TORK.
rpHE PLACE TO BUT
Blank Books and Stationery, of eirery
I rariety and at th Wr-t i lce
Also, Chromv)?, ! ngr ivings and Framrr
Is t iiALNSaEliOEH'ift,
39 and 41 Market 8
We Do Not Claim
pATRONAGE simply because we a:e
a home enterprise, nor do we expect it at
the expense of any one's pocket: 'WE - s'l
DO CLAIM that we can fill any order for
Sash-MDoors and Blinds
Or anything inour line,' at as LOW FIC
I UKito, and as good work and material, as
I can be bousht anywhere. Window (11am.
I Builder's Supplies always on hand. , i
uur new jjkic is in operatlori,
and none but the best Lumber is used.'
, ALTAFFKR fe PRICE.
Factorroot of Walnut street. , ,
Office Cor. Tutt and Ked Cross streets,
oct 20- I
T am X nttr t 14V nwTro ri i t v
J- prepared to fill my enflrairements. and will
I welcome all who may faror me with ! their
l patronage, and seat them in the neweet and
moat coiniortsble Ub&ir In the city.
JAS. E. KEA, Dentist.!
ort 21-lm 34Markt8t.
Have You Seen
mi05E STYLISH ALL WOOL SACK
Suits of ours for 1 !
' ' S13.50j? j
MDNSON, THE CLOTHIEKj ,
oc21- AND MER. (TAILOR.
The Best Stock.
I rp HE BEST STOCK, AND THE Cheapest
Stock,of Genfi', Youra's and Boyk ClatWng
and Furnishing Goods, ever displayed in th!s
city, is oSered ccw at nmukably clocs)
We offjr to the trade an u install j attl&C
'I 1 - ' I r !
tire stock to select from. We will met be
mnderso'd bylaDjb jdy, North 6r Scuth. i
A. A I. SHRIEK,
i Market Kfect.1
. MY NUMEROUS PATRONS I will
I "J VV'a" ..' "VV AV'
a A nn T 1 lin xxmrT V i t.Jt. A
on the wharf sear foot of Chestnut surest.
This admirable and central location will at
once commend Itself to alL I am we41 pre-
Pred and propose to seU COAL'.nd WOOD
I at tQe yay LOWEST BATES and invite
a comparison of fig ares looking t) that end
oct 20 J. A. SPRINGER.
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Uniertater anil Calinet kaltr. ,
Ho. 24 Sonth Front Street;
WILMINGTON, V. C. j
A fine aiifrtmect of CofEns and Cas
kets constantly on hand. Furniture Repaired,
Cleaned and Vanished. Orders by tele,
graph er mail promptly fllled faa 11
Change of Schedule
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O TEA MER PASSPORT, 1
O Capt. J. W. Harper, fjcJ
On and after SATURDAY, V X
October 11, wUl r "1
Leave Smith villeM.MM..M7. SO A. IL
Lea re Wilndnffton....3.00 P. M
oct 10 ORG. MYERS, Agent,
New Hat Store.
ii.-. 1 1 -
Y HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM THE
J North with a large and well selected stock
of Men's. Youth's, Boys and Children's
Uati aod Cape or tne latest styles, l ooegnt
my stoek whea they were aft the lowest and
bonzht for the CASH. Mr expenses are,
small and I propose to sell at very small
profits. Iinvi e all who wisbvHaU to call
and examine my stocx before pvc&Afiag, if
they wish to ssrs money. 1
NO TROOBLE TO SHOW GOODS, i
i JOHN M. ROBINSON,
octlHy No. North Front st.