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itvvi reform bill in England
."Ch;.c about 2.001.000 nicn.
T-.urAc. wircof.JudscT. urgce.
Vr rct-vcrctl from a daneerous
Tcc titlroui VmnU Kearney rep
'.- ruai washing dishes in aCal-
,. .,ltscinthc with hi cifo and.
J;3l Aasc!cs. California, lee
, lie will co 10 .San Francisco in
AVtitdcr Jefferson, who is unacr
K-tLce of death in Nc York, has
.rltuaa letter to the newspapers in
.iu r of the" abolition of capital punish-
Jo'-i iuy Vasiar has presented $10,
ti.iU tie benefit of the cabinets of
r'-ji ca. aJ chemical apparatus in the
Viarnru-Ur' laboratory a. Vassar
Mr Irtisj.ia Boston, gave to a rc
pcrr a Mesial of the story, by cable.
Oil i: is kU purpose to abandon the
iu;efjrpoax life. His art gives
cta-are to hu aaioiuon.
Mr. S.ewarl has sold the rccon
l,.rsc:&lS,jert building In New York,
ciifsd.:? ca Broadway, between
ssUrs i-d Ueado streets, to cx
Jce fjr i-.'M.OOO.
: ije ren&r of an Enelish journal
Ucectxzics that "tbo American locc-
cuixeef to-day is one ol the most per
fect pieces of mechanism wrought out
fcj ti his J and mind of man."
Trsxaa Smith, the oldest living
Lsiad Stales Senator from Connecticut,
ea ia his ninety-filth year, continues
Mrin mind, though weak physically.
ti tie homo of his daughter. Mrs.
Grc A. iloyt. In Stamford.
The State of Maryland charges $4 50
a uarrUge license, and a bill re
tzzzr the charge to w cents nas occn
darted indefinitely in the State House
cti.cza:cs. aieanume, many juuas
Fc?:e slip over into an adjoining btate h
wLeathcj wish to marry at smau
" rZT i. I
ai. uoucoo. tsc composer, m
cnled to lUad as sponsor for
KevaAlo.aQ American vocalist, who nas I
. . . . . i l
Decome a convert. 10 vauioiiciisv &uu
,m w-w..,:! ri;.K P...;nN
iaCLarcIi ia irii Mlic. Nevada's
leisrocticai bat real name Is Em ma I
K . -
1X03. uot lien. I
recmcd a copy o'f a resolution ol thanks
v a4u ui "JUUl.Ul l"0 I
ri MUitary Academy, for tbo courj
w. .u. i - J
.v,,. . i . i . .
U.wM captured by tho Confederates
i;n5 the war and returned to New
Tl. . II .. I
i:awrc4Joi mo J-.xecaU7C wm-
vcaautcc Contains this SOUnd WOrd:
. . . . I
Seaitothe Chicago Convention the
Cs:n;eaiQtLer.artr. iinnWlMtA anv
eaiilt!?. f k .v. t,
Po;-aoa to obtain, office, tbo broken
tosiaatiocs and offices, at home.
tceawKonis hepubhenn remarks:
aac;rat lammany animosity
ra nwea seems to have almost
5ure.y ULsappesrcd, and it will nol
wt disappear altogether if tho New
Tork DaiOCraeT ran hn an hrmon!iwl
u wait of the recognition of Tarn-
CJ ia tho National Convention."
Ozt p!ak ia tho platform adopted by
IaJiasa Greenback Stato Conven
reiser Coogrcss to make a dona-
U le of fsmilies to rebuild
;.rthC;r dwelling houses injured
pVkd . Anotner
- Cccliru that a homestead, or iu
au:ccoftheMi5iOuri Republican State hindof the Ilaleiirh & 'Auirusta lines of
exe" , xceedin S2.000, should be mUesofthe road, which, when com-lo-Ji
cuUon to every resident pleted, will make 30 miles of the road
J-o.wr of the State. graded. The contractor was Mr. A . P.
Tea lihcs. the author of
Jui at Chester. Eng.. writes to
idia NeW York as foUows: !
TC it V .
. r - I ber
Souia a" J v t bI:,.Tcaa- for
Vp7ir if P !?'"Mnd adjourned to meet In joint meeting
billot rg ? (I mJ? f hav;Kith the Produce Exchange at noon to.
SOai. four nrnhowi ami toror I .... T
w'Trcnal1 matter of lublic Buildings. River and
cI lor .K . .7 ' re wlu 00 a Harbor improvemcnU and other bills
I ftouLl Ti.:; . . :Crj ,eW.J!ar!: now pending before Congress.
kzow wV. ; l lDe CTJ 1 Q0.a 1
till n tiiV
- L. sv ran rOT V M m mIa-a l
fuij ooi, i icar.
w u tU time to give Smith' Worrn lowcs t prices for good articles be sure be
VOL. VIII. VV ILMINGTON. N. C; THURSDAY. MARCH
IIDEI TO IEW ADYEBTISEMEIU.
IlEISf BEBGKKKCW MaiilC
Mss Laxo For Bal J Ilea Js j
Jxo R. Turkestixb -Cargo Fralt
OrtttA HoCSE Young Mr Wlnthrop
KoKACt: A. IlAuo,iChalnnin Not'co
C W Yatxs Cheap Stamlard Worfca
MrNDSUsjs. A UeUosset Druggists
IIolves A Waitkrh Kvery 3Ian I1U Own
The receipts of cotton
to-day foot up 100 bales.
at this port
Mr. Geo. N. IIarris3. of the Wades
boro Times, is in the cityto-day.
The warm weather of yesterday and
to day has started the leaves, buds and
blossoais on the trees afresh.)
The guard house was empty this
morning. No one was arrested last
sight and no tramps applied for lodg
m Norwegian barque Zipporat Thomas
en, hence, arrived at Bristol, England,
German barque Burgoincisler Kirs-.
tcin, Ehrenricb, sailed from Barcelona J
Feb. 28th, for this port. j
I T 1
M'Jle. ilhea will appear in this city
on tho Friday night of next week, tho
14th inst. It will be a i notable event
for our city. - I 1
The Wadesboro Times and tho Fay-
ettoville Observer both endorse the
proposition to nominato Msj. S ted man
for Lieut. Governor.
. We invito the attention of ourcitizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being mado to order at one dollar at tho
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
Mr. M. M. Katz left hero last nigh1
for tbo Northern markets, to purchase
new Spring and Summer roods, lie
will be absent about two weeks.
Did you ever taste a sapadilloe?
They are a delicious West India fruit
and are now being sold cheap on - board
(of the Ciiy of Xassatt at Turrentine's
Sefi advertisement of the New York
Textilo pot. 0f which Messrs.
ir0imC3 aDd Waters are the .agents
It id th t it m to ke c00d
coffee in one minute.
We regret to learn that Mr. Alex
I opmni, oi mis city, is quite
vm it nvei.3, uui wu iiuuu iu aw
aoroau again in a lew uays
Nor barque, Nordcn. Mortensen,
cleared to day for Belfast Ireland, with
iOO rjulcs smrits tnrnentinc and 1.411
K,rrl m.!n rlnr1 nr. 5llirV chin-
b Messrs. Alex Sprunt & Son
j COIU 13 UHI1CO DlOSl VlSltOrSZ 11 I
you want to get rid ol it. you must give
it a warm rccention with Dr. Bull's
uoucn oyrup, int. stanuru oouca reme-
dy 0? oU?a For sale by all druggists
at twenty.fivo cents a bottle.
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Msj. John C. Winder. General
- J - - . I
. 1 ... . I
Mumper of the iirolina Central
- o - - -
nil..v W in thn tn lnv hut will
on his return to Baleich to-night.
ho Capt. John Harper tells us that tta costly accessories and properties. The dear ueview 1 was one 01 tne ior
iD .touxTTasspoH will quit towins next standard reputation of the Madison VfltZ
week and be laid np ior the purpose Square Theatre companies is sufficient Friday night at the residence of that)
Cant. John Ilarncr tells U3 that tba
putting on : her Summer clothes,
sho will probably go on tho Summer
schedulo early in April.
Wo invite attention to tho advertise-
mcnt of Mr?; Lang, dealer in
mod, a it ft n near in this is3UQ. who
may bo found at Miss Karrer's. at Ex-
change Corner. She inyites tho readers
of tho Review to an inspection of ber
Clinton & Point Caswell K. If.
The Board of Directors of the Clinton
&QCi p0int Caswell Railroad held a
meeting yesterday at which yiey made
a contract for the grading of teu more
Holland. No other business was trans-
The Executive Committee of the Cham
or uommcrce neici a meeting ac tne
Produce Exchange' Rooms this noon
For Pure White Lead Ss Faints, and
biggest stock of Window Glass and
v v . w ' I
Soto jaxooia u&raware jjcpqu t
Quite a number of our citizens went
to the Front strtet depot this morning
to sco the famous car of the "Lishts o'
Indon" Company, which was to have
arrived hero at 10 o'clock this morning,
but they were disappointed. Owing to
some cause" the special train bringing
thenroupo and scenery did not arrive
hero uatil about 1 o'clock this afternoon
in consequence of which it has taken
hard and activo work to move all thfiir
scenery and place it in position in the reajpect, while the cast was particularly
,x it r u nr. strong. It is jast the class of ipertorm
Opera House in season for the enter- ances that will make Newark theatres
tainment which is to bo given to-night, popular, as there was not one item lack
We have received the March number
of the Southern Historical rapcr$t
which contain anions other very im
portant papers connected with the his
tory of the army of the South a docu
ment entitled 1 'Last Telegrams f th
Confedercy Correspondence ol Gen-
General John C. Buckenridge," con
tributed by hi3 son CR. Breckenridge.
It is a valuable number, I in keeping
with and fully up to its predecessors.
and should be upon the table of every
one who loved the cause of the South in
those dark and bloody days ot her his
Mothers who do not have much time
can begin now to prepare Easter sur
prises for the children. A very pretty
gift for that mornins: is made by paint
ing a little picture on a china egg. This
can be wrapped in cotton, and be put
in a box and be sent through tho mail.
Another fancy is to boil some eggs for
fifteen minutes, then make caps
bonnets to tit them, and paint faces
inside the bonnet The Mother Hub
bard bonnets are pretty for these, the
border shading the face. Egg shaped
pieces of holly wood may have mottoes
or pictures painted on them also.
Death of Owen Burney.
Our people, without regard to race or
nartv. will rnorpt to lp.am of the death
of Owen Burney, colored, which oc--
currpd at hia residonri? on MoRaet
between Walnut and Red Cross streets,
at about 0.15 o'clock this forenoon. The
deceased was stricken with paralysis
several days ago, the account of which
. I I' I .1.1 il . li! !
wepuoiisnea ai tne time, anu since
that time has remained in tm entirely I
helpless ana speechless conaition unti
released by death to-day. At the time
r 1 1 . 1 il . .t 1 rn I
f KTrr ,rt, Z ZSZ Z
of New Hanover county, a position no
, , . . , ,
nau occupicu lor several jears. anu i
arJtK ontlro fl,1oi;v tr. thn imnnrfont
and.honorable trust reDosed in him.
" X OUDff airs. VlUllirop.
There has not been a creater success
in years than
. . . '
throD b lho
uiumauat uiuujuu uuwaiu. n " u
produced;bcrc on Monday, March 17, by
a great cast specially selected by the
r.,: o,..rr,. ,, .
.1 1 . I ,nt I ? ITAn.n.l II- i 1 I K I
Madison Square Theatre, and a mosf 1
. . . . . 1
ininrnhln nirrnrm n nnn m o T7 ho OTTKiflr. I
i. . . a' .11
cu - it is wormy 01 note 10 mention tne
r ..I . I T ...Ml A 1 I
act mat tuis cuuipauy wm l-iuuuu; iuo 1
Pla hcrc withfac simiicsof Unoriginal
scenery: together with elegant and
postlv n.rnei?sorics and DroDerties. The
guarantee of an unusually excellent
rendition of this famous play.
The Davis Investigation.
The testimony in this case was con-
rlnflocl at 7 o'clock last nieht. at which
iK nrt orlSmimPtl to moot rftin
at 10 o'clock this morning. The Court
Hiuo ww .
Room was crowded nearly all day with
interested spectators and when the
uuuuuucumw.uutu.u, . 0 1
was nearly as large a3 mat in auen-
dance yesterday. The counsel present
wercaiessrs DuBrutz Cutlar and T.
W. Strange, for the city, and Messrs E.
o. i)iaitu, aja. ucititujj ,
man .Ir . and F. II Darbv. for the ac-
' " 1
cussion oetweea counsel jur. aianm
opened in an argument for tho accused
and was followed by Mr. Strange for
. sr r ? 1
the city. Messes Stedman and Bella-
may then spoke for tho accused and
the arguments were closed by Mr.
ol the last speech the Court adjourned.
reserving its decisiou for the present.
The arguments were able and exhaus
tive on both sides and were listened to
Kith great interest by the largo audi
cce in wctumw.
Ifyoa need .a real good :firstclass
cooking stove, don't fail to see the Ex
rlfiior Pcnn.. Zeb. Vance and Kew
Emerald, besides others.
.A. A A.UC 4SVS W
fuund at factory prices at J acobi's, j
who ia the inajiuiaciurcrs agent- t
the beautiful society Dee.Q without a regular pastor, since tne uui suiwhu-
.v.,. Tr Win resignation ot Mr. McKinnon. m three weeks. 1
, , ' . I We have been unable to find Mr. 20 ) Boxes and Caddies to close consignment,
celebrated American n , , ... -L. 1 Various Brands from 20 cents upwards.
This play, which is to bo nresented af
the Opem House this evening is one
0f the most Donnlar and cntnrtfiin.
iDS oa the Americari stase. In SDeak-
inK Qf it, a Newark. N. J.. parvjr says :
The Grand Oocra House would nnt
hold the people who went there last
witness.. the production! ol
'fc, JjV K&ttii
the success that attended this play. The
scenic effects were magnificent in every
ing to make it a great success.
The xsartholdi Statue.
That gigantic piece of patriotic sym
bolism, the Bartholdi Statue ofc Liberty,
the pedestal for which 13 now rising out
of New York harbor, has been graphi
cally transferred to our office through
the courtesy of the Travellers Insur
ance Company of Hartford , a corpora
tion which is getting famous for good
deeds of this character. The company
has prepared especially for the Ameri
can press an edition of the j official en
graving of the great statue and has sent
a copy to every-newspaper in the land.
This engraving being issued under the
auspices, ana lor tne Deneut oi tne
Pedestal Committee, this act of the
"Travelers" involves its contribution
of over SI. 700 toward tho erection of
this splendid national monument.
The entertainment given by the Dor
cas. Society of St. Paul's Evangelical
Lutheran Church, last night at the!
Lutheran Memorial Building, on Prin.
cess ana bixtn streets, was one or tne
pest ot tue many lor wmcn mat society
is. justly noted. There was a large
-gatnenng ot ladies ana gentlemen and
the exercises, which consisted mainly
of vocal and instrumental music, were j
well selected and were carried out in
superb style. The building, itself, which
has recently been completed, is a fine
structure and is a credit to the church
whose property it is. It is well adapted
to ine class oi entertainments such as
was given last nigh t, and we hSpe that
it will be frequently devoted to such
Called to Concord.
The Charlotte Observer has this to
xhe conereKation of the Presbyterian
church in Concord has made out and
fnnrlornrl o roafnri 1 rll tn Rpv C. AT
55STt PTi lE. pStoi Ot the
jD.0Li;. ru-u : w.-i.
aavuuxicaujieiiau vuuicu, tu uiDimeu. ixjsl in tne case, xnc glasses were
minzton. The call was unanimous on
ho norf. nfthA mAmhpra nfi thn ryhnroh
...w - "rr
wuu j;uaiauico aaiaij ui tji.tuu auu a
parsonage ior Mr. Payne's family, it
tlio ia oirpntl. It! i VpliAVfri !!n I
Concord that Mr. Payne will accept the
charge. Ihe church we believe, has
member ot his congregation anu an
intimate friend of the reverend gentle"
man and he thinks that there must be
anmpwhoro na li r fine
OVUiV IXIIW W W 1. w, AiW A MW
uoar.A nnthinrr litolv of snnh n. M!l
n months fl?0 .
J - "
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... . - nn - arui Plmn.l 1
AW5dP xear xauce.
DEAR liEViEW I was one oi the for-
genial, generous and hospitable gentle
man. air. j Arcnie ijornett. xne
m T S . . rw .
dance was given by Mis3 Nettie Cor
belt, one 01 oampson s most accom
Dlished and fascinating young ladies.
and Miss Atwood Hendry, one ol
Pender's most charming and attractive
daughters. I Can assure you the vbUDg
. .. ... j V, h.i dill rr tho aaimnKla
Mr3 Corbett. spared neither trouble
nor expense, nor was there any thins
left out that could add in any way to
There was a good band i of music in
attendance. There were about seventy
five persons present and seldom have I
83en - a crowd enjoy themselves better,
01 and there were so! mau v nice
euiuies tuai, mo aupcuics ui iuu ixiust i
fastidious were amply gratihed. j
ti - j. a 1 : r 1 a;
adored, that there wa3 only.one regret j
that it was leap year and he must not
violate a .privilege that belongs solely to j
' o - j
7'. nml mi rn.M
an(j even aftr cm s0l had arisen and
blessed the earth with his cheering rays
we were loth to depart. Our universal
13 lhat the yunS ladies will re,
Caswell, Pender county. Mar. 4, 1S8I.
Star of Empire. . .
Pqktland. Ore.g Tbc TeUaram
ZS : - amaS bounty loDPe Ier
tulailmenU by St. Jacobs Oil. the pain-
I muij Hrzl III - ' t
r- i i
spoons, -torts ana
hSVM W W4 Sk U J . MU I
facturers prices, can be found at J a-
uvui a xiaxuwax- jlpwi.
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1 ,iv 111: Lii-u.i. v uu. ua.u luivivicnuu hi
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE
Board of County Commissioners oa Mon
day the 10th inst., at li o'clock, a. m., to elect
a County Treasurer to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of Owen Barney, and to transact
Buch other business as mar cc me before the
Board. IIOBACE A. BAGG,
men 6 It Chrlrman
For Bald Heads.
rilUE wtoSLD CHAMPION WIG MAKER
X is In the city and can be found at Miss E.
Karrer's. The latest styles of Hair Goods at
the lowest prices. I am ee ling at retail at
wholesale prices. Wlga. Frizzes and Switches
made in the finest style. Call and examine.
mch Caw ! MBS. LANG.
Every Man His Own CookJ
jQEATn TO INDIGESTION.. IF YOl
want good Coffee made In one minute, call and
see our NEW OlUi TEXTILE ULTEK COF
a Sample cup of Coffee free for the next
few days. HOLMES & VATTERS,
mch(-3tnac fcole Agents.
Cargo Fruit, 1
JUST ABEIVED, EX SCHR CITY OF NAS
SAU, consisting of ' .
SAPPADILOES und PUMPKiNS. 1
i Call early. I
mch 6 It JNO. K. TUKRESTINE.
43 AN EXTKAOBDINART ANNOUNCEMENT
"A STAGE SEliMON."
A Stak Cast,
ADA DYAS, i
E. J. BUCKLEY.
W. II. GILLETTE,
FRANK COLFAX, i
ALL THE ORIGINAL SCENERY.
Thi3 beautiful plav will be presented in this
mch 6 tf i
OULD I WERE Sombody's Darling.
Send Father Home, )
Come to Mv Arms. Norah Darlin.
When the Little Stars are Twinkling in the
With Her Alone. -
Superb Songs. A new Book of 250 pacres
Choice Songs for 50c.
The Song World. 100 pages of Select Vocal
music ior xoc. i
i Emmett's, Howard's, Scanlan's, and other
popular writers songs always on hand.
Call or send for Latest Music at i
Live Book and Music Store.
A PA1E F SPECTABS. STEEL M
hV ...... ;
"om Meyrowitz Bros., Optlcnns, New York,
ana nave clr name printed on the casc.l A
liberal reward will he naifl the. flnrlpr on In
i mg tnem at the Drttg store of
mchsst munds bros.
TobaCCO ScllilliT Fast.
SAM'L BEAR, Sk.
IS Market Street
ND "FLORIDA FISH ROE" at retail.
"BUCK AND ROE SHAD" can be!
our Fish Market the season throuKh. and
ther Spring Fish a3 they come in. j
fcb21 DAVIS & SON.
N. A. STEDMAN, Jr.,
Office on Princess, between Front and Sec-
ond streets, in the Basement of Building No.
1 14. next to old Journal Building. WILMING-
Practices in all the Criminal and Civil
Uourts of New Hanover, Bladen, Columbus,
.rentier ana rs runs wick 00 un lies.
Don't Pay Rent.
tuiLDiNG lots in desirable
localities for cale, on the instalment JH
plaa. In this city I have sold over
one nundred fifty aDd nufea
and Lots to parties who have paid in full for
lAh,tm,T 7 - taiments-monthiy payments.
wno are ma king regular monthly payment
and wiU soon own homes and get clcarof land-
Money loaned to those wishing to build.
NOTHER LOT OF-THAT BONANZA
TEA. A pound of good Tea and a China Cup
and cancer for go cents ! coma get but a
I ; ;' .1
limited supply this week. Expected on New
York Steamer to-morrow. Leave orders for
other lot of that grated pineapple, for
pies, for which so many of my customers have
been waitins. For sale by
- .... n n m . v. n . . .
tiwU. u. wttaru3. azeni.
I irri 5 ; - . 9"? ftMitfe 'mnt Rt
A J SVS) L'l.UW TJU.I aT 1 1 1 1 'it. m i
0Qj at Jacobi's. He is the Im- I
1 r f
t. rLSAss rones.1 . ,
We wia be glad to receive eocaauaJcaUcn
fxoa fxlcnd ca any and. ajj lubjeci jl
Sonera! Interest but ' ' j ; ; ' 1
, Tfca name of tLa writer meat alnri be.fa
alatodtotholkntor. . , jf
CommiiiilcatJoMinriat U vxlttaa ca eal ,
one side of the paper. ,
l PcraonaHtlea mnt be aroldotL! j j '
And It la eepocUHy and particular? end
tood that the Editor does not a2wayt'eadoi
the views of correspondcnU unless so state
tn the editorial oolnmns. I ' . . ,.
I "i ' - - ! , , I
AND SATURDAY MATIXEF. i I
LIGHTS O' LONDON
Under tho ansnlrra nt hnnv rlittJ- i
Proprietors Union Square Theatre, New ,YerK.
j ejects. i ' V
""ed Seats i. Admission' 75, 60, 23c
Sale of Scats begins Tuesday,' March 4, at
Dyers . I . nj-j,
Linen Collars ;
F0R:LADIESAND CHILDREN. QUITE A
nice assortment and they arc cnEAp. ' 1 '
NEW LACE COLLARS, m
1 For Children and MlfBCS I
In this line wo can show very choice patlcias
AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. ?
Of all grades, f torn first hands, and ilia
PRICES THE LOWEST !
Received this day, cmhraclng
Particular attention is called to this
I OF ALL WIDTHS,
Wc are rca'lly attracting and creating thade ',
b7 showing desirable goods in every depart-
mcnt at CLOSE PRICES. 1
R. M. ilcINTIRE.
mch 5 i i i II
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Druggists, Market and Second Streets,
QFFER A LIMITED LINE I OF ."VEItY
lino Sponges, suitable for Nursery
, ' i
cents each. '
IndellWo Ink. ffnaranteed cood. 15 dnt .
bottle. Matk nour clothe and nrevent h&lna
lost! ! . . , , ..
1 ,l r.M
A nice box of Face Powder Pink or Whli.
in . ' ,
Complete Lino of Drua.' ChemlcalA ' nn.l
Fancy Goods. T , 1
P. S. Fine Soaps as usual. 25 cents dozen
cakes. i , mch 1 1
NOTE IIEADS, 1
And all kinds
Printing, Ruling & Binding,
Done with Excellence and Dispatch.
Books, Pamphlets and By. Laws printed
with entire satisfaction, ! i j
TOrdcrs Bolicited. j j " ' ' 1
I JACKSON &. BELL,
21 N. Front Street;
Sash, Doors, Blinds, &c. 1
ppAVINQ ENGAGED THE SERVICES OT
Mu. G. M. ALTAFFER (late of AlUffer
i i i
Price), and arranged for the purchase ot nc
special machinery, we desire
to notlfyi our
friends the publio-rthat wo shall at an early
I001tS, BLINDS, BRACK KTS, WOOl)
SSrLVwuh n rtI?pUoD8T Yeexpcct V
solicit orders from pSbfetSf.' J
j copper, iron and Wood Workcrt.
1'J and 21 South Front feL,
Wilmington. N. C. j
City Drug Store.
A PERFECT BUSH -FOR THE NEW Drujc
8t"re. Boeloeaa pood becanso poods are
new and prices as low as anr. in fut oth.
lag old aboat the store except i
xy Tl uuulet. Managers
N B. Prescriptions commmnfiMl t all
hours day and night. m i ! r
Home's Garden Oysters
A RE CONCEDED TO EE THE BEST,
il They are to bo had on It at tke Old North!
blate Saloon. No. 6. South front 8t. i 1 l,
Ice coel Lager Beer a specialty. The best
W btskey and pnrest Wines soM la the city.
Cigars as rood as the beat. f!U ami rent
HATS & FEATHERS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
MR.3. KATZ C. WIXKfl J
No. ua H Second trett.nexi!Pot orici