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r'f ,v ru'y of Wilmington.
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:iT 0: eani Cotton Exposition.
4 ccva'.cU railroad will bo
f a! acres' lots. No rails
CrJ''u fcur,l with curve enough to
. 'iu'aluU'lHmocrat gives
'eij;e 10 crimes and casual
w7' with a column of ship-
nt e York Republican SUtc
.r;e lhe Republican
j::::retio3.aaa April 23rd Is mo
Ttelw- . -
cliJ a rtiolauoa opposing kmcuum-
Xrei:oci! delation to urge the
Kipoiltioa grounds at New Or
.Ul comprise 217 acres. Tbey
wUt liibted b j electricity, will have
itfjUsacdabcIl railroad connect-.
izi'Jts various buUdiozs.
VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C, SATURDAY. MARCH 8:
S?rio;c!d man wrote to Governor
Eda'.en. ot Massacbu sells, to inquire
if the law would permit him to marry
a cousin. Tfce reply was: "The law
U willio. if the CJ J.:n ii."
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Stills, ihe Irish informer, who sur
res JcrctJ the oltcr day to the Greenock
rv.'ice. and who professed to give the
nines vl the murderers of the Earl of
Uiitioi. is believed to be a lunatic.
Tte London police believe they have
kljcoured clues implicatlnz six persons
wio are said to have landed at Soulh
ir;toa. in the recent attempts to blow
:?xTeral railway stations by means o
t found neccssarT to rrovo the
ZLVtifsof an old lady in Maine the
cr hy, and after a IiUIe search mree
etti.iible witnesses wcrcproduceU who
i.ed that they wero present at her
wtv!J.n:C3 years ago,
(Iccasl Schramm, who has just been
zti by the French, was on tho parade
round when the Etnperor of Germany
tid Marshal Mo'.tVc were in their cra
dle, and hid gone through fifteen
jcar sctitc scrfice when Waterloo
Some of the pagers (Protection, of
conr&e) urge that if the Morrison bill
passes North Carolina and one or two
other Southern States will zo Hepabli
can. Nonscnve! Tbey may go Repub
lican but it will not be on account of a
reduction of the burdens of taxation.
No. it will not. You arc right on that
point. But wo will tell you how you
can easily turn the State over again
to the Republicans. Let tho free trade
editors in the East, who. imagine that
they carry the braius of the party in the
Stale, put in a lew more wallops on the
tariff question; let them insist that there
be no change in the revenue laws,
but that tbo pcoplp of the center and
West must remain content under
the domination of a horde
of irresponsible revenue officials; let
them preach tho doctrine that the
heavier the taxation on home products
the happier the. people are; let them
write a few more editorials which may
bo used by tho Statesvillc American as
a nick wherewith to break tho Demo
cratic bead and then well, then, if this
is noi enough let them follow the
exarcple set by their Ulysses and go
upon the street and sav openly tnat tney
will not vote for a protectionist, eyen if
he has the party nomination oenina
him and the job is done. .
Some heathen arcj not as much
of the heathen as we minic; reaa
Mahometan provcra: uoa nas
bestowed the good things ol tnis
world to relieve our necessities, not
lo reward our virtues; these will bo
rewarded in another world." We know
of no greater necessity to bo relieved
than a stubborn coiu. ana wo snow ,vi
no better relier than Dr. liuirs "ougn
Syrup. I j
franfc Larjiicn, a?d ITson of J M
Iszion. the colored United States min
i&rtollajli, Tuc5day evening killetl
Jixes Spencer and mortally wounded
!rt3:i Williams during a street 'brawl
ia Wiihiston. He escaped and up to
ix tour ha J not been arrested
UDU TO KtW ADVERTISEMENTS.!
IlUKSBKROKR SCW MU.tC '
J W Cosolet City Tfrug Store
C W Yates Cheap StinrtarU Works
Mods Bros. A DeUosset Druggists
Day's length 1 hours and 45 minutes.
There were no interments in Bellevue
Cemetery this week, j
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day Joot up 4 f ba!c3.
There wero but very few tish in the
market this morning.
Sunset to-morrow alternoon at 4
minutes past 0 o'clock.
There was one interment in Oakdalu
Cemetery this week, an adult.
Steamboatmen report a slight riso in
the Cape Fear, and good boating water.
To-morrow is known in the church
calendar a3 the Second Sunday in
TU Cni planter in Louisiana to pro-!-twti:e
mar has just died near
Orleans in Pierre Michel la Pice
EcrfwnJy. 1 le was a leading creole
cl lie Scale, owned seven or ight sugar
aid ccuca plantations in Louisiana and
MUi-ppi. and was the last surrlying
Lxjas-aa who fought at the battle
It Britiih Pu)yal Coat-of-Armi.
iu raaarant lion and unicorn, has
a common feature of English ad
Tr-s;s j b typxs or on sign boards, A
Uwcf Parliament, just fcone into
-ct.i3jpoKsa fioeot $100 for using
rajilaraoj. an imlUtlon of iu
iou: tie consent of cither royalty or
loca:ioa ot the two national con
-int ta one city for the year 1S&I has
aomeinteresUng facts in re-
aiolocaiiocsof conrwuons. It. is
rJa years since both nominating
' of one year were held in the
""cij. The Democrats nominated
VJa fcaUlmoretn 1853 aud the
;W5 Scott la the tame
r-. 19 1-5W Polk and Clay were both
jv2 in Baltimore. For more
r3 ?saner of a century there has
rJposiUon to go West, and sfnos
ZT ocrau surted the fashion-by
JI Cincinnitl and nominate Bach-
Jr J ior;ty ol the conventions have
the West. Out of seventeen
a0S Sicce lA5n mnnllnv lhft
3 tf this year. Chicago has had six,
cmaaii iKr- ti.t.t . tm
bvf. . iwo Mj New York. Ch
454 8- LcuU one each.
real good first class
Edr,M V snce ana rew
r- besides others. They am to
factory priccaal Jacobx's.
-outharajLaaficta agent, t
Kove. doal fail to see
The Register of Dcds issued four
marriage licenses this week, all for
This is tho very sort of wcalhcr most
favorable for pneumonia and bid colds,
so bo very careful.
There were five interments in Pine
Forest Cemetery thi$ week, four of
which were adults and one a child.
Ncr. barque Ala, Jonasseu. from
Stettin, for this port, put into Arendel
March 6th. leaking, and will discharge
It rained hard last night on tho line
of the Wilmington & Wcldon Railroad,
and we think it was general throughout
this section. '
We invite the attention of eur citizens
to tho fact that first quality shirts arc
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
The tramps have not left the city, but
tbey do n"t apply for lodgings at the
guard house as frequently as formerly.
Tbo guard bouso is now empty.
Twenty-two years ago to day the U.
S. Sloop of war Congress and frigate
Cumberland wero sunk in Hampton
Roads by the confederate iron-clad
! Messrs C. N. Wire. Jesse Lurkens
and D. E. Trainer, of Philadelphia,
owners ot largo .tracts of timber lands
and a number of saw mills, located on
the line of the Central S. C. R. R . are
in the city to day and registered at the
Mr. John C. Tipton, of the Lincoln
ton Press, is in tho city to-day, and we
acknowledge the pleasure of a call from
Quite a gale of wind sprung up last
night which was accompanied by heavy
showers ot rain. The latter ceased this
morning, but there has been a smart
gale blowing nearly all day. The
maximum force of wind wasjust before
10 o'clock this forenoon, when it blew
at tho ra'o of 26 miles per hour. Cau
tionary signals have been ordered for
Smithyille and Fort Macon. For tho
eight hours ending at 7 o'clock this
morning the rainfall amounted to 23-100
of an inch.
The 41 Lights o London" was played
again last night to a comparatively
small audience, although it was the
opinion of those present that it was in
many respects superior to the first
performance. It is to be regretted that
there was not an overflowing 'house,
as tbo play is a splendid production ,
was performed admirably, and the
scenery was elegant, j The play was
presented again at a matinee this after
noon, to quite a good house considering
tho threatenieg aspect 'of the weather,
and tho showers which began to fall
just as it was time to set ready to at
tend. They do not perform to night
and will leave lor Norfolk. Va... in the
M'lle Rhea will be the next attraction,
on the 11th inst.
Ger. barque Erna, Bermeister,
cleared to-day for Hamburg with 1.000
casks spirits turpentine and 3.031
barrels rosin, valued at 121.700, shipped
by Messrs. Alex. &prunt & Son.
We believe that some of our farmers
Intend to plant corn this month, which
looks to us rather eazly. Some are
making preparations so as to begin
planting by the SOth, while there are a
few who will plant before that time.
Police officer George W. Bishop has
been appointed a Sergeant of the force
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Sergeant Davis. The
appointment, of course, will be subject
lo the approval of the Board of Alder-
man. and may be considered as tempo
rary until they act in the matter.
! Arm, Yo is rave!
The store of Mr. D. Steijes, on the
corner of Castle and Sixth streets, was
broken open by thieves last night, who
succeeded, however, in stealing nothing
but an old pistol. Mr. Steijes found
the door ajar when he went to open the
store this morning, and upon entering
found his books and papers scattered
promiscuously about tho floor, and a
hasty survey showed that the store had
been very thoroughly ransacked, the
thieves evidently searching for monejj
of which there was a small amount in
the store, but which they failed to find
There is no clue as yet as to who did
the deed, but it appears that if he could
not obtain tho ''sinews of war" ho was
bound to have its ''munitions" and stole
In this Court on inursday tne con
sideration of appeals from the fourth
judicial district was resumed, and
causes were disposed of as follows:
M. A. McEachern ct als. vs. F. W.
Kcrchncr. administrator, from Rich
inond : arzucd by Frank McNeill and
T. A. McNeill for the plaintiff, and,
Burwell. Walker & Tillett for the de-
S'ats vs. G. II. Grumpier, from Cum
berland ; put to the end of thedistrict.
Pope & McLcod vs. James Andrews.
from Rcbssoa : argued by Rowland &
McLean for the plaintiffs, and T. A.
McNeill and Frank McNeill for the de
fendant. Joseph Smith and wife vs. Frank
Brisson and wife et als., from Robeson;
argued by French & Norment for the
plaintiffs and X. A. McNeill for the
A Domestic Lecture.
The play of "Young Mrs. Winthrop,"
that was such a success at the
Madison Square Theatre last year, will
be presented in this city on March 17.
It is a beautiful domestic story by
Bronson Howard, the well known
dramatist and author ot "Banker's
Daughter," "Saratoga" and other suc
cessful plays, and from a tglance at its
synopsis we can well imagine why it
has captured the critics and theatre
goers in New York City as it has. It
is a story that olten happens in real life,
of a husband and wife drifting apart
through misunderstandings and are
happily; brought together by some little
incident. Such is the play of "YoungMis
Winthrop" that is to be produced here.
No married couple can afford to miss it
and lor i that matter no better lecture
can be given to those about .to marry
than to witness the performance of this.
It is a gem of dramatic literature,' and
as such will long live in the hearts of
The time of life is short; to spend it
painfully is to be without St. Jacobs
Church Services To-Morrow.
St. James' Church, corner Market awl Third
streets. Iter. A. . Watson. 1). D. llector.
Second Sunday in Lent, March 9, 1SS4. Celcbra
llon at 7.30 a. m. Morning Prayer at llo'clock.
Sunday School at 3 o'clock, p. m. Evening
Prayrr at a o'clock, j j
John's Cnurch, corner Third and Eed
Cross Btreeta. Kct. James Carmlchael, D. D.
Rector. Second Sunday, i" i Lent, March 9,
1884. Holy Communion at 7 30 a. m. Morning
Prayer 11 o'clock . Sunday School at 4 o'clock,
p. m. Evening Prarycr at S o'clock.
St. Paul's Evan. Lutheran Church, corner of
Sixth and Market streets, ltev. F. W. E. Pes
chau. Pastor, i German services at 11 o'clock.
English services at 7.U0 p. Sunday Schoi 1
at 'J p. m. W. II. Strauss, Superintendent.
First Baptist Church, corner of Market and
Fifth streets, liev. T. II. Pritchard, D. L.,
pastor. Services at 11 a. mi, and 7.45 p. ra.
Sunday Pcho 1 at 3 p. m. Prayer and Praise
meeting Thursday night at S o'clock.
Fifth Street M. E. Church between Nuri and
Church streets, ltev. W. I. Hull, Tastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. ; Class meet
ng at 3 p. m. ; Prayer meeting Thursday even
ng at 7 o'clock.
Front Street M. E. Chur"ch, South, corner of
Front and Walnut streets, ltev. JDt. E. A.
Yates, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. land S p.
m. Sabbath school at 3 p.m., W. M. Parker,
superintendent. Prayer meeting and lecture
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Christian
Association Tuesday evening after lirst and
third Sabbaths, at S o'clock. Seats free and
strangers and visitors cordially Invited.
Second Presbyterian Church, corner of
Fourth and CampbeU streets. Rev. O. M.
Payne, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m., and 7
p. m. Sabbath School at 3 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7 p. m.
Religious services in Tlleston Upper Room
every Sunday at 3 P M. Public cordially in
vited. Seamen's Bethel, Dock between Wate j and
Front streets. Capt. W. J. Potter, Missiona
ry to the Seamen. Services every Sunday at
10.30 a. m and 4.30 p. m. Seamen and all
others are cordially invited. Seats free. ; Part
ol the service will be in Norwegian, conducted
by Capt. Chil3tlansen. . 1
St Thomas' Pro-Cathedral. First "Mass at 1
a nx. Second Mass at 10 a. m. Vespers and
Benediction at 5 o'clock p m , Daily Mass at
6:30 a m.
Services at St. Mark's Church, corner Sixth
and Mulberry streets, are as follows : On Sun
daysMorning Prayer at 11 a. m. Evening
Prayer at S p. m. On Saint's days and other
Holy Days at 9 a. m. and 4.30 p. m. Rev.
C. O. Brady, Minister In charge. Seats free.
Christ Church (Congregatlonallst)Xun street,
between Sixth and Seventh. Rev. D. D. Dodge,
minister. Preaching services at 11 o'clock, a.
m. and 8 o'clock, p. m. Pastor's Bible Class
at 12.15 p. m, Prayer and Praise meeting,
Wednesday, 8 o'clock, p.m. Snnday School,
3 o'clock, p. m., In Memorial Hall, corner 7th
and Nun sts.
Second Baptist Church, on Sixth, between
Church hnd Castle streets, ltev. J. P. King,
Pastor. ..Servicesat 11a. m. and S p. m. Sun
day School at 9 a m. Prayer meeting every
Editor Review: I find in the Star
to-day. in the editorial column, the
following statement ! which is so very
inaccurate that I confess I was sur
prised: "The exports of Fair Trade
England are five times greater than her
imports." A reference to Ency. lint.,
Vol. vi., Art. Commerce, page 204,
will show that there is an exces3 of
120.000.000 or, in round numbers,
$500,000,000 of imports, and the cause
of this apparent balancebf trade against
England is thus accounted lor by the
fact that she is a creditor nation, a fact
which does not seem to be generally
considered when the balance ot trade is
discussed in this country, i he excess
of imports into England is evidence of
m. L!L!l r
ner prosperity, wnue a use exuioit ior
the uniteditates, a aeDior nation, wouia
demonstrate iust the contrary. Free
trada has made England a creditor' ol
the whole world and this is one of the
strongest arguments in its favor.
Themalls closo and arrive at the City Pos
office as follows : !
Northern through malls, fast 7.00;P. M.
Northern through and wiy mails.... 8.00 A. M.
Raleigh 6.15 P. M. and 8.00 A. M.
Mails for the N. C. Railroad and
routes supplied therefrom includ
ing A. & N. C. Railroad at
7.00 P. M-and 8.00 A. M
Southern Malls for all points South,
daily G.15 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
Western malls (C. C. Railway) dally,
(except Sunday) 6.15 P. M.
All points between Hamlet and Ral
Mall for Cheraw and Darlington Rail
road 6.15 A. M, and 8.00 P. M.
Mails for points between Florence
and Charleston 6.15 A. M, and 8.00 P. M.
Fayettevllle and offices on Cape Fear
River, Tuesdays and Fridays 1.00 P. M.
Fayettevllle, via Lumberton, dally,
except Sundays...................6.15.P. M.
Onslow C. II. and Intermediate offi
ces, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A. M.
Smlthvllle malls, by steamboat, daUy
(except Sundays) .....8.30 A.M.
For Bald Heads.
THE WORLD CHAMPION WIQ MAKER
Is in the city and can be found at Miss E.
Karrers. The latest styles of Hair Goods at
the lowest prices. I am to ling at retail at
wholesale prices. Wigs. Frizzes and Switches
made in the finest style. Call and examine.
Every Man His Own Cook.
EAT II TO INDIGESTION. IF YOU
want good Coffee made in one minute, call and
see our NEW IORK TEXTILE FILTER COF
FEE POT. U I
Sample cup of Coffee free 1 for the next
few days. HOLMES & WATTERS,
mche-3tnao ole gents.
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AN EXTKAOBDIXART ANNOUNCEMENT
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"A STAGE SEKMOS.
A Star Cast,
K. J. BUCKLEY.
W. H. GILLETTE,
ALL THE ORIGINAL SCENERY.
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This beautifuLplav will be presented In this
city on MONDAY March 17th, 1884.
mch 6 tf
yOULD I WERE Sombody's Darling.
Send Father Home,
Come to My Arms, Norah Darling,
When the Llitle Stars are.Twlnkling In the
With Her Alone,
Superb Songs. A new Book of, 250 pages
Choice Songs for 50c.
The Song World. 100 pages of Select Vocal
Music for 25c.
Emmett's, Howard's, Scanlan's, and other
popular writers Songs always on hand.
CaU or send for latest Music at 1
mch 6 Live Book and Music Store.
or Easy uUL, Town Creek,
Shallotteand i4ttie Kivcr, xuea-
davsand Fridays :....6.00 A. M,
Wrightsvllle, daily... J...8.30 A. M.
OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
Northern throughjand way mails.... 7.30 A. M
Southern Malls. .X. .7.30 A. M.
Carolina Central fiallro ad.... ...... 9.00A.M.
Mans coiiectea irom street boxes business
Krtlon of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
M. and from other points of the city at 5
Stamp Office open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M..
Money order and Register Department open
jrom 8 A. M. to 5.30 P. M. T
uenerai aeuvery open from 7 to o I'.al
and on Sundays from 8.30 to 9.30 A. M.
Carriers' delivery open on Sunday from 8.30
O 8.50 A. M.
NEW . ADVERTISEMENTS
City Drug Store.
gVERY MAN MAY BE HI3 OWN COOK,
but every man cannot prepare his own medl
cine. CaU tt the "New Drug Store" and have
It ppared by
J. w.wuiiKi, aiansger.
A line lot of Cizars and Cigarettes just re
ceived, mch 8
MUST BE SOLD I
100 GO -UARRY HAND 3, FOR Gov
ernment work at Keystone Quarries, on Cape
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Fear River, fourteen miles below Wilmington.
! A PAIR OF SPECTACLES, STEEL RIM
mea. Lost m tuc case. The glasses were
from Meyrowitz Bros., Opticians, New York,
and have their name printed on the case A
liberal reward will be paid the Under on leav
ing them at the Drug Store of
mch 5 8t MUND3 BROS. & DeEOSSET.
W Will be Clad tO reOClrO rrar. '-mrrp.xnAn
from ottr frla&da on any and all subjects
seneril Interest bat ;: '.
Tho name cl the writer moat alwya be;fa
nlahe4 to the Editor. :
Communications mrtst be written
one aide of the paper.
Personalties must be avoided,'
And It Is especially and paxtlcularlT nnd
stood that the Editor docs not always endoi
the views of correspondent unless so state
In the editorial columns. s : r
pORJLADIEJAND CHILDREN. QUITE A
NEW LACE COLLARS,
id they are cheap.
In this line wo can show very choice pattcini
AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
Of all grades, ficm rmsT nANM, and 'the
a jaa vaw x xx Ci xa; EridX !
E xeived thU day, embrafclng
Particular attention Is
. stock, also
called to this
OF ALL WIDTHS.
We are really attracting and creating trade
II'-. t l
by showing desirable goods In every depart
ment at CLOSE PRICES.
R. M. McIXTHlE.
mch 5 1 ; t
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New Hanover Cohnty.
Tobacco Selling Fast.
QHA BOXES AND CADDIES SOLD wlth-
in three weeks. !
203 Boxes and Caddies to close consignment
Various Brands from 20 cents upwards.
SAM'L BEAR, Su,
mch 3 1 18 Market Street
"FLORIDA FISH ROE" at retaiL
"BUCK AND EOE SHAD" can be found at
our Fi3h Market the season
thcr Spring Fish a3 they come
DAVIS & SON.
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,-
Druggists, Market and Second Streets,
QFFER A LIMITED LINE OF VERY
fine Sponges, suitable for Nursery use at 25
Indelible Ink.' guaranteed jrood.i 15 cent a
bottle. Mark your clothes ana prevent being
ion i i '
A nice box of Face Powder. Pink or White.
10 cents. i j
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Complete Line of Druss. Chemicals and
P. S. Fine Soaps as usual. 25 cents dozen
cakes. inch 1
Don't Pay Rent.
TUILDING LOT3 IN DESIRABLE 3
localities for sale, on tbe instalment
plan. In this city I have sold over,
one nunarea ana nrty Lots ana nouses
and Lots to parties who have paid, in full for
them, by Instalments monthly payments.
Also, I have a large number now on my books,
who are making regular monthly payments
and will soon own homes and get clear of land
lord rule. j i '
Money loaned to those wishing to build.
mch 5 JAMES WILSON.
NOTHER LOT; OF THAT BONANZA
TEA. A pound of good Tea and a China Cup
John L. Barker, Plaintiff,
Sarah J. Barker. Defendant.
The State of North Carolina to tho; Sheriff of
'New Hanover County, Greeting: ,
You arc hereby commanded to summon
Sarah J. Barker to appear at the next term of
our Superior Court, to be held at! tho Court
House in Wilmington, I on ,tho 13th Monday
after the 1st Monday in March, A. D 1S84, to
answer the complaint of the said Plaintiff,
which ws duly llled on tbo lO.h day of De
cember, A. D. 1883, in tho office ot the Clerk of
the Superior Court of New Hanover County.
If the defendant shall fall to appear at that!
time the Plaintiff will apply for the 1 relief de
manded In -the complaint,! together with tbe
cost of this action; of this summons make due
return to the Clerk of our said Court for tho
county of New Hanover. Given under !my
handand seal of said Court, this the! 16th day
February. A.1 1. 188 T
S. VAHAMRINGE, ! j
j Seal. J
Clerk Superior Court,
feb 1G lawGws - New Hanover County.
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And all kinds of j . I
Printing, Ruling & Binding,
Done with Excellence and Dispatch, j
Books, Pamphlets and By-Laws printed
with entire satisfaction,
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JACKSON & BELL,
- 21 N. Front Street.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, &c. I
HAVING ENGAGED THE SERVICES OT
, V I t 'I., 1 IH .
MK.1q.11. alt ajtfe u (late of Aitairera;
. ' ! "Ill !- :,
Price), and arranged for the purchase of new j
special machinery, we .desire to notify lout 1
I, 1 ! - M 1
friends the public that we Bhall at an early
day be prepared to fill orders for SASH,
rrriTa ur ivna tea a rWTa ; wsvnrt
MOULDING, and ORNAMENTAL WOOD.
WORK of all descriptions. We expect ' to
compete with Northern manufacturers, and
solicit oracrs irom responsible parties. 1 . ,
1 11 ART, JUA1LKY X CO.,: 1
Copper, Iron and Wood Workers, !
I 19 and 21 South Front St.;
feb 3-tf Wilmington, N. C
InAVE FOR SALE SEVERAL
HOUSES and VACANT LOTS
very ebcan. . 1
HOUSES, OFFICES and STORES
feb 1G-Iaw3m sat
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Real Estate Agent
Could get but a
Expected on New
BALANCE OF WINTER STOCK OF
Hats and Bonnets
TO BE SOLD FOE THE NEXT
Fifteen Days at Cost)!
To make room for Spring Goods.
MISS E. KARPER,
and Saucer for 60 eents 1
limited supply this week.
York Steamer to-morrow. Leave orders for
It at once. Will also receive to-morrow an
other lot of that GRATED PINEAPPLE, for
pies, for which so many of my customers have
been waiting. For sale by
. GEO. M. CRAPON, Agent,
mch 5 22 South Front St
For Decoration. i
JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
CUPS AND SAUCERS for decoration.
- feb 27 Uuxchlaoa Slocx.
NJ A. STEDMAN, Jr.,
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Office on Princess, between Front and Sec
ond etreets. In the Basement of Building No.
1 U. next to old Journal Bulldln. WILMING
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Practices In all tbe Criminal and ClrH
Court of New Hanover,! Bladen, Corambu.
x-enuer ana urunawicJt uonnucs.
Home's Garden Oysters
ARK CONCEDED TO BE THE BEST.
Thcyare to be had only iat Ue Old North
state Saloon, No. 6, South Front St. 1
Ice cool Lager Beer a specialty. Tbe best
Whiskey and purest Wines sold la the city.
ugrs as gooa ss tne pets, uauana be con
HATS & FEATHERS
- AT REDUCED PRICES. 1 -1, ,
1IES. KATE C. WT5ES,
No. U2K 8econd Street, seziSPost Odce
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