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iskcU intkecity jf mimington.
aoiount .flVramo icdbtedncs
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a &;cnt nf nno ot the occaa gtcara
jv-pccwi.Ianics Juliets Ibat -tceraSe
casicogcri will be ftmc 10 wrw mu vi
L.:r for 10 cr SI- felort anothei
r.i.tiaorc fire cotnmUsioBers
hue forbUJcn the plajin- ff cards in
firt ciackoascs of that city, even for
1uccnt. but allow checkers, chrjs
jad dominoct. .. '
. ' . ,
Hecrj Ward Becchcf "thinks that
rUrt lincolo tiU be the next Pres;-
dst. Ih-q Hatler is confident that Til
&a will be unanlxnouily nominated by
lU Democratic. Convection if be will
The Ilci'ublicaiis of the Mountain
diirict met at AiheTiilo on Tuesday
elated J. B. Eaves, of BalberfonL
iJ T.J. Candler; of Buocombe, dc!e
&m to Chicago. The first is au Arthur
tiaacd the other ij .for ; Blaine or
Secretary of State Frclloxhuysea has
rccciied Iroa a proaiinent . .European
bocsc, wssntacturers of -mosaics in
Venice asi London, a yery handsomo
Cou!c portrait ol the late President
OirfeM. which is intended as n pres
ect to the Ucitcd Slates.
Secaior EJrnunds said to a inend in
Washlaitoa the day after tbo New
Vork Contention: ' While it is veryl
paiifjins to be mentioned and support
ed by friend in all parts of the country.
I iaiiniuly prefer my prc3ent position
in the United Slates Senate."
. Signor Celso Cwsaa Moreno, who un
dertook to control Kiog Kalakaua and
jot into hot water In tho Sandwich
Ucds thereby, has turned up in this
country again with a scheme for a
lraDS-Pacil2ccab!c from Cajifornia to
the Sandwich Islandi and China.
A lady who was a companion to
5Imt. Paul (or about sixteen years in
the early pari of her career, is about to
tire the world the experiences and re
miniscences of that part of her life. The
book Is to be published la Vienna. Ar
rangements are ia progress, however,
fur its Issue almost simultaneously in
- American opera lingers are iost now
enjoying marked success in Europe.
In addition to the triumphs cf Mile
Nevada at Paris ia the role of Lucia
aa older favorite. Ml!o. Albani. has
been adding fresh leaves to her crown
of laurels ia Germany. Ia the Traviata
'Sebaswoa golden opinions recently
at Antwerp, and Holland lies next in
Llr path of victory.
The New York advocates of crema
tion are going to have a public meeting
aJ lUtca to speech ci by Felix Adler,
Prof. Bojeen and Courrtlandt Palmor.
Friends are being steadily gained to
this cause, and $11,000 has been raised
with which to build a crematory. A
good many people outside the society
hire already paid the fees for the birn
lag el their bodies.
,U is announced that the German
cieatuis sent to Egypt and India to
investigate the cholera disease ia its
fcatho homes have succeeded noV only
taprovinc that the disease is the result
if lincg germs in the body, but disco v
ng the germ itself. Ia a water tank
ia ledia was found a mi no to parasite
which when givea in food to a pig
ca;ii its daih ia a short, time from
U the republican Convcnlton of tho
,oad district, held at II alii ax, on
eviaj,jimcl E. O'Uara. present
- was renominated for Coa
c, acclaaatfon. A special to the
tprxtr says that W. P.
" 1 'ja3. of Edgecombe, was nomi
"ted is dj'- elector; John C
jy. colored, ot Edgecombe, and
X?J' Ycu5.ot Vance, wero elect
.Vgatcsio the Republican -Nation-J.uavcaUoa
at Chicago. They de
sed to express any preference for
mi;ueut, but Dancy Is supposed to bo
B:iIcc &aYoqg for Arthur.
K? of the large drug
of H. k. & F. B. Thurbe & Col
rwi XoJk: wnies : A member of my
SI1 ad aa attack ot rheumatism.
WiJt1 and best stock of
lSlP00 BIlDdj and at
JgPrca U at N. Jacobi'i liard.
! LOCAL; NEWS.
IlCa T3 REV AnYERTItEMiaTX.
jnar&s line Notice
P C JllLt.ru Smoke .
II KUMSBG CX New 31 HA
I DEl'blett Ho'el Iin:ay!ct
J W CoxoLEV-ily Pruggtoie !
Wilkes Momua foreclosure Sio
UoosBe'jS. A UKUoSSET-iuru CanijLor,
We gain this month 13 . minutes of
. i ,, r -
Tho 4M6rry Month of Miy". dawns
upon us all to-day. "
Tho receipts of cotton at this port to
day loot op 21 bile. . '
; Turuera almantc promises
weather for to morrow.
The now moon completes its first
quarter fit 53 minutes past 12 o'clock
This montli has five Thursdays, five
Fridays and live Saturdays. j.
. Our streets are dry and dusty and
showers of rain aro much needed.
Eggs havo advanced slightly in pried
and. were retailing tc-Jay at 15 t ents
per dozen. j
" 1 . :
Thcro was no City Court this morn
Ing, and no tramps applied for lodgings
at the guard house last night.
Interesting to Fishermen: Tho cele
b rated "Fish" Brand Gilling thread is
old only at Jacoci's. lie is tbo Im
porter Agent. t
Nor. brig Queen victoria, Olsen,
cleared to-day for London with 750
casks spirits turpentine and 1.835 bar.
rels rosin, valued at . $13,000, shipped
by Messrs Patcrson. Downing & Co. .
Rev. Dr. Bobbin, Presiding Elder of
the Wilmington Conference District,
preached nt the Front Street M. E.
Cnurcn last night to a largd coni-rega-
tioa. His sermon was marked by
much power and was listened to with
instruction and delight.
Ia Harper's Weekly for May 3J there
is a Gno likeness of Bishop Watson,
accompanied by a sketch of the crai"
nent divine which . was prepared by
Col. James G. Burr, of this city.' The
picture was engraved Irom a photo
graph furnished by Mr. C. Y. Yates.
It would seem that tho split among
the Republicans at Laurinburg was a
serious one. Tho second convention
mado a big show of hands. They
elected as delegates to Chicago Wm. S.
Dockery, of Richmond, and Geo. L.
Mabson, of New Hanover, both of
whom, it is said arc Arthur men.
The receipts oi cotton at this port for
the month of April, just closed, foot up
1,003 bales, against 1,306 bales for the
corresponding month. of last year, a
decrease this April of 303 bales. The
receipts cf the crop year to date foot up
91,287 bales, against 1C1.10J. balc3 to
tamo date last year, a decrease this
year of 32,875 bales.
Tlio Hotel Knuisu Ick.
Mr. Sublett, Manager ol tho Hotel
Brunswick, thinks now that ho will be
able to open for guests on tho SOtU Inst.
The improvements which havo been
mado are many and varied and every
comfort and convenience to be had will
be placed at tho disposal of the guests.
Mr. Sublett has reason to belie vo that
his house will be one of the most popu
lar this season on the South Atlantic
Harbor Master's Iteport.
Tho following comprise tbo number
and tonnage of vessels arriving ia the
port of Wilmington, during tho month
ended April SOth, 1884: !
American 5 steamers, 4,027 tons; 13
schoonen, 3,778 tons; total IS vessels,
Foreign C barques, 2,177 f tons; 2
brigs, 537 tons ; 1 schooner, 330 tons;
total 9 vessels, 3,050 tons. Grand total
5T7 vessels, aggregating 11,055 tons.
The process of hatching Spawn at the
fish hatchery, in the new market house.
received a sevcro b'ow last night on ac
count of muddy water getting into tho
glass retorts, by which tho. eggs.
as well as the fish which had' already
been hatched, were killed. Tho work
was going on satisfactorily until this
accident occurred, and it was a serious
misfortune for I ho gentleman having
be work in charge to be compelled to
empty all the retorts ia the gutter this
WW t ,
morning. . no wiu. nowever. go to
work at puce and; make) another at-
empt, which wo trust will prove ! suo-
From KaVclirliL ,
- Tbo -following- from Rateigb, dated at
4 :40 P. M."; tclU all that; Ihefe is to tell
thus far in regard, to . the Republican
J 5tatc Convention in session there to-
ayi . ... . ' , ... .. .
RALEir.if, N. C.,Mav l-i;40p.m.
The Republican State Convention
niei here 3 p. m. to-day. and the or
ganizalibu" is not '.yet completed; The
indications are that Dr. Tyre York will
bo nominated to-night or to-morrow.
Liberals are scarce. A.
: . Personal.. . ,
"We are glad to learn that air. 'Harts
fie d is feeling better to-day.
Bishop .Watson has . returned
city from New -York and vFayetteyUIe.i
Ho left hore last Tuesday night for th'trf
former place,' attended tho Episcopal
Council held there - on, .i Thursday,
preached in.J .FayeUcyflle'.. tvyicd on
Sunday and administered confirmation
ou that day. and ..was, back again in
W V m in eto n on y es terd ay ( Wedn esday ) .
Mr. P. L Bridgers hareturned from
Baltimore where !be hatt -been - called
by the illness of his'lather and' we are
glad to. . learn V. from ..him . that . Col .
Bridiers is now. better; although he has
ben verjr8ick, having been threatened'
at one tinio'. ,wth .pneumonia. He is
stid unable to travel but . hopes to re
turn here bytho latter part of next
week ; hardly before then.
Messrs. Ross & Lara, the contractors
for furnishing, stone, foe the., govern
ment Works, at. Cprncako,',' Inlet, give
employment to about 150- hands and
perform ail their labor on such business
principles that much time and expense
is saved to them. Tho stono is quar
ried at tho. Gander Ilall quarries, 15
tmilc3 bebiw'lhe city,' "and as' a matter
ot economy the contractors nave bunt
a railroad thence to tho riyeK a distance
ol about a mile and a half. Tho track
is laid With' iron fails and the platform
cars upon which the stone 'is hauled
arc made with .djustablo. bottom j, so
that each one, when it reaches the pro
per place, can be emptied in a moment
To faciliatq ; the nnlpading;.process a
trestle, 300 feet in length, reaches out
into tho river to a depth of water suffi.
cienfc for flats to uomo underneath . and
receive their loads, which is accomplish
ed by the bottoms ot tho cars tailing
down and the loads thus transferred to
tho flats. Thence they are" towed by
steam tugs to the works. . .
I A Happy '12vent
One of the most charminj weddings
Of the season was celebrated last even
ins at tho First Presbyterian Church,
the contracting .parties being Miss
Annio L. Whitehead, eldest daughter
ot Mr; W. A. Whitehead, ot this city,
and Mr. Chas. E. Borden. The church
was beautifully decorated, tho bridal
pair' 'being" united beneath a floral
umbrella. After the ceremony, which
was' happily conducted by the
Pastor, ' Rev. Dr. Wilson, tho newly
wedded couple, accompanied by their
numerous , friends, were . driven to
the depot and amid a shower of rice and
hearty good wishes left for an extended
Northern tour. . Their numerous hand
some presents that flooded the bride's
parlors during the past few days are a
striking proof of the loie and affection
that she has deservedly won In a largo
circlo of friends. May-all joy and
happineis be theirs during the coming
Ihe police made 65 arrests during the
month ended April 30th , 1884: and for
the following offenses:
Affray, 7 whito males, 4 colored
males, 1 colored Jem ale: assault and
battery, 1 colored male; 'disorderly con
duct, 0 whito males 2 white females, 9
colored males, 2 colored females; drunk
and down, 4 '; white 'males; , 2 'colored
males, 1 colored female; failure to pay
license tax. 3 white males, 7 colored
males; insane, 2 colored males; larceny,
4 colored males ; malicious mischief, 1
colored male; suspicion, 2 colored
males; tramp, 1 white male; throwing
rocks in Tho street, 1 colored male; re
cciying stolen goods, 1 colored, male;
attempt to rescue prisoner from the
police. 1 whito male.",, ''
Tbo nationalities of thoso arrested
were aj follows : American t, 15 whites.
33 colored; Greek, 1; Irish, 2; German,
5; Scotch, 1: Russian, 2; Swede, 1. ;
Applied for Jodgmgs daring the I
monln, it w&itetaaies, 1 colored male.
During the same time tho police (bund
12 places of business open at night
Tho court fines collected amounted to
$50. and the pound .fees'. aadonUd. .to
;;tew" ' AIVERTiSE2Nra
STOBIEK AND. WINTER , RESORT.
SMITHTV-rLLE, ;;3Sn . p.
AT WOUTH .OF CAPE FEAR RIVER,' OPPOSITE THE HISTORIC FORTS FISHER AND CASWEtlAUQ
- vt - l" FULL viEW OFTHE OCEAN, WILL 0PETI AB3UT MAY K.ti".
erected fon:pleire puTpbses: Elegant, large, airy Ball Rtidm -,
oveViTieyrater. -firt-ets Olusieians from Now York will furnjdh
Fine line of Nib w Boats' f o r P I 5 as ii re S a i f I n g a ri d Fishing;
ui 1 NO OLVL AR i Oil i$yiAJli 'I NECTS TO . AXXO Y.
Daily Mails. Telegraphic Communication; ,' ln'eti'lshlug 'pSUantip Coast6.
Tourists5 and Pleasure Seekers Xortliward and SbiilhwanlHvilVfih'd ,
it'tf) 'their advantacre to inve us a raH.
CLIMATE & SCENKRY TTNSTJli.lSPJ) !
The Atlantic, Coast Line and CaralinaCefitrArn. R.: Will' sell rrielfet$ 'I
. i . from.all stations at redueeVrates?to Hotel Brunswiek;H;f -: .it
;. T, Special ratps by
J. D. SUBLETT, -of
may 1 2m . . , j
L 1 ' ' : ' J ft iH i
- The Hotel. r
The question is not 'now.- "'Shall we
have a hotel?" Jt has been changed to,
"Where shall it be located? Jn this
last matter there Is considerable differ
ence of opinion which, if not reconciled,
may lead to tedious delay. The hotel is
an absolute necessity to the growth,
prosperity and wealth ot the city arid,
as we understand the matter, should bo
located where it will be the most de
sirable for the class of guests for whom
it will be erected. This seems to bo
lhe only, question that. it bec:n)C3 ne
cessary to carefully cShsider
Alison County Notes.
,'I!he Superior Court of, Anson county,
Judge Phillip presiding, Js how in ses
sion at WadesboroV : Among : those
whose names appear on the Sltxta dock-'
et-istnat ot JJock LieKerry, coioreu, a
fugitive from justice lrom New Han
over county, who was. tried yesterday
for larcenyand convicted. We have
not learned what the sentence of the
Court was! Aleck Dockery, colored,
charged .with murder, w on trial there
to-day, Paul Means, colored, charged
with murder, is to be tried there to
morrow aiQlher colored man, , .whose
name we cnnldVnot learn, charged also
with iMTarVwllf.o tried on Saturday,
. We arnoTlearn that Mr. J. II
Savage, Supertaterident of the County
Poor - House 'and -Jlorusc of , Cdrrcc
tion. yesterday, v afternoon tendered
ni3 K -resignation oi tnac posiuon
The reasons alleged are that there
is great loss and trouble -; en
tailed upon him in having so many
prisoners to look after, who represent
to him all of care and nothing of profit.
The resignation is to be considered at
the next meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners, when we trust that,
instead of being accepted, some -ar
rangement may be made by which Mr.
Savage may be induced to retain his
position. ; He has been a capable, care
ful and faithful official, and is unques
tionably the man for the place, nnd in
saying this we, believe that we voice
the popular sentiment. . - j
v'iWe invite the attention of urcitizens
tp. the fact thaLflrst quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
WUmfngton ShirtTactorV. ' if.
NEW AD VJERTISEMKNTS.
City Drug Store. .
SIO MARKET STKEET.
gODA WATEB, FLO WEES A2iD BIKDS.
Conolcy'a Cologne and Conga Syrup,
Drugs and Patent Medicines. . . .
Orders for Flowers filled with promptness.
Prescriptions prepared day and night.
J. Vfm COSULET,
may 1 . . Jlanacer.
GUM CAHPIIOB 1 1
GUM CAMPHOR I ! .
GUM CAMPHOE ! ! !
INSECT POWDER! 1 f r
Ss . ..IJaECT POWDEIin!
i x t I8CT GUN3 ! ! . :
. IKSECT GUNS t f t
In my quantirr to suit res tcmers and at ex.
tremely low prices. v" ' " - , i
Muhds Bros. & DeRosset, .
- Wnoleiala aSa Betali Drngzlsts. "
j---., i-,t -.a-t.MJ i ;
Fine StilLautLSurf Uatliius; ii 1 " "
montli and season ,
New York, Manager.
i ; ;
QUARANTINE FOR THE POET OF Wll
' i : - . . i t ..... s ' i ... tc'f , , .
minglon will be enlorsed from May 1st to
Novomber Ist as follows
Pilots will bring all vc?sel3 from Portsmouth
of Capo Fear to tho Quarantine anchorage;
also, all vessels which hare had any kind of
sickness on board during the passage, or cp
arrival, and wUl eause a-signal to be set in the
main rigging on tho. port side, .aa eooa as pos
sible after crossing the Bar.. . . . ,
o vessel must leave the Quarantine anchor
age, or allow any person, steamer or tug boat,
lighter, or boat of any kind to go along si Je,
unices by written authority from , the On.aran-
tine Physician ; and every vessel must be an-
cnoreu as ar to tne eastward of the channel
as ia consistent with safety. ,
Kegulatlons governing esseTs while in Quar
antine may be had on application at the oflice
of the QuaranUne Physfcian at Smlthville .
Applications for permits to visit vessels "In
Quarantine must be made to Dr. Thnmaa If.
Wood or Dr. Geo." G. Thomas, and wiwU bo
obtained will be endrrd by the Quarantine
jTuyBician, ir, in ms opinion, it is proper, and
sr.fe to allow communication with such vessels.
A penalty of 2. 0 for each and every offenee;
will be enforced against any . person violating
auy.yi me wuaraniiueneguiationsoi tho Port.
X Ti ---. : Wv G. CUETIS; . M.r. ,
Quai-antimj Physician, Port of Wilmington.
TIIOS. F. WOOD, M. D. ) ' ''V ;
GEO. G. THOMAS, M. D. Consultants;
mav 1 2am, 6aa l&l? ; ;
BY VIRTUE AND IN PURSUANCE OF. A
r.ecree of the Superior Court 'of Now Handve'r
county, maae m a cause tnere pen (iiag; where
in .Tne Dawson,, Bank. Is plaintiff, And T; V
Mcllhcany. Wm. h. Smith and otters .it 1
tendants, the undersigned will 'expose for ealo
to the highest bidder, by public ftuetioi), 'at II
o'clock, A. M.. on Tuesdav, ! the 3rd day of
June, A. D. 1884, at the Court House door In
me ciiyoi wiimmgton, ror cash, the follow
" 'auiw wmauj lii sia county, wv.wit: rvne
lutt I'cgjuumz on a o&nsof isnvan aim, the
dividing iln9 between the Io-wlinda At. ihA
original tract, of which this isa part, 'and the
lowlands of Edward ' Kidder, at a point 15
chalna West of the Interepcfion of the fccnfr
line or cecoou street, as oesl-mated upon the
plan of the City of Wilmington, whr;re the said
street extended outhward beyond the corpor
ate limits or saw city, with the center Jlrib of
sia DanK exienaei; Eastward, anlrun-aUg
d-?grces West to the rim of Greenfield CreefcJ
weuw uoiia uie run or- saia creek about .13
chabis to the first line of the first tract oJt share
o. 1 as described in a deed of partition dated
May 5th, 1S7J, and registered In Book G G G,
page 15$, between the First National" Bank of
Wlunlngtor, Charles H4Balkley: and others,
thence with that line North H, degrees East
about 54 chains to the said bank, and thence
along said bank South 8S degress East 12
chains and 72 links to tho beginning.. -
Another tract beginning on the North ebdro
of Greenfield Pond, thati3 to &y, at the North
ern water line of said Pend. when the Pond is
full, at the point where the Western line pf
Fifth street on said pln of saideiiy, extended
Southwardly beyona the city limit-, would In
tersect the said water line, thence Northward
ly along eald West line of Filth street to the
Northern line of the old Greenfield tract. Ed
ward Kidder's South lire, thence U ae Ea&t
along said line to tho West Ime of Eighth
street as designated upon the plan of said elry,
thenee Southwardly with 6ald West 11ns cf
felghta street to the run of Quash Branch, and
thtsce down the run of said Branch about 1&
chains to the Northern water line of Greenfield
Pond, when the Pond Is f uU, and thenc
Wcatwardly along eald water line of said
Pond to tho beginning. .-."-
. .... WILKE3 MORRIS, J
Wilmington, N. C. May 1. lSSIT V '
may.lit 1, 8, 15, 22. btar copy It, Juno 3 .
OFFICE WILMINGTON, CLINTON .
& POINT CASWELL UAILROAD.
WmaxGiox, N. C April 2n, jest.
PROPOSALS WILL BR BECEIVED AT
this ofiice until 12 o'clock noon,. May "7,
tor grading eight (Q miles of thU Road, be.
ginning at the six (C) mile post from Point Ca--vrell.
and runAlsg, theqec vo . the fourteen l)
mile post. ,
Specifications can be seen at J. B Pmidu
son's ofiice at Point Caswell. - oniv hi.? a mr-
In writing will be entertalnel i -'; ,
"f - , t ,w J...IL.BOATWEIGIITr'"i
pl 26 n sat th f . gecfy andTrea
j Star copy 2f, Caucaaslan cpy It
Ice" Cream r Freezers;
R SALE BT
- ..... : .-4 is. :.
xne Base ot the wrir ajit always bersr
3 SCommTrnTntttona meat u wrltUa ca caly
oae tide fit. tie:pa?e .:, I i
rersonaltucs mtyjt be aroiaea..
JH4 Ii lHteytbU'raWlT 'crte r
tfce Ttewa cf comspoadailtf calets I so ut.
tn the editorial cohmna.' - ' '
t NEW AD VECTISESIX2ITS .
r a 1. 1 . ;,
A lit, sicuuwan, 71S prangot., h fnst
r r? t.i
prans't.. h Ins
TTeusfoptaidins, .JEmbroidery and
ralfltlnsr. The tl Vt&WSZ lZ V .-1
. JiaT'"11 ocunn sracs or I
traoitcntl to-tho- material: byv . Improved
proa . ss. : The ladioe are icsicctf ally la vltcd
Co till and erkmlBflthTn , .. .f 4
Fresh Cod Eisli; '
TotDs rkisit tbli rfeir.
r-. .- ii vi-. ; . .
derea jta anlve foxfIUlay moxulag, market.'
tave your orders In time. (
apiS - DAVlAPlSlI MARKET. '
QFTICE "523 SOUTH rOUItTlt STREET,
ppposUe lircrrngtorcl Uatliia: located
la vvlimlatrtoiitiCcm tils rmrfaaafcm&l Harrier
t0Ul.0 1Uz?n-?i xlt nt In, wheji culled upon'
spondd to. - - I apl SO tf
HoWH,VJ,l:i,UUUmi i vUUUluOl I
AHD 4IAK TUfl'C6or.KRS-ra bean.
too .imo ttof were tfo poplar last year. 'The
best,lver eawv? HT3 .Udji rCwant rree
zers the best kind;. Ieo' Chisels and Picks.
WhyTiol keep cortl if...r
'I In ml I ""UDii.t i.ti tin' i
Consignment Goods. Musi bo soldi
Produce Commission (Merchant and G ro
Merchant and Grocer,
ll Kortfc Wjftcr 8ti WuiaUglkw; N.C.
- J T HAVE JUST RECEIVED 1C0.030 Fruit
jaasEeis ana &irawicrry urates, ana am pre .
paref toltfrnisa the trade, frbm'GoIdstKjro to
(3barle,ston. JThese cratca . weigh U poundsl
atfd save ?t.R in freight between Wilmington ,
12. G. BLAIB, f
At Ko. C South Front Street.
BEST 5c CIGAltS : Aprc's Trfljuncri'Aprcs
Diner,-Af res eoftfer and Toniours. Olyai "
pic and Big Ikes. Best of, Wipes and Liquors
and Coolest of DratujJat'BH!ri: ' f-.-v .
iiotd Qaaxtexs xaiw.vUar.Bud) and don't "
you forget it : v ' j al 8$
...n .; v ivlt f -.it , .)
1 Sportsman's? Goods.' ' I
WE HAVE THE FINEST ASAORTMKT .
o f EfigttsbJancf Belgium Breech loaders
ever brought 9;.tfaJ, market .Alijo a first
b ass stock of Shells, Wadding, Primers, Cart '
ridge Bags,; Gun! Caps Game Bags, Ac. In
fact we can shpw a stoss; of Hardware. Good 1 ,
g0oda'aaagttmaiorprlcfea:c,-f-' ?:'-p .
W.'K. SPRINGES CO.;
Successors to John Dawson & Co.. I i
apl 28 "I 19. 21 nd 23 Market tteet J
jr. ' '.i ' 1 1 ' " L" f 1
la ' wlilcn
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the renecs,wlll bo gently lulled to rest ad tho
fancy .freed 'troth' care; t'sotfr 'amrg the de
lightful tiir caalles of ''ArrtbUn Mghts" splen
dor, should try some of those Domestic and,
lmporliedcJgrs-at" ,eer.f.... ,
apl 7 '
. u. MiLj.K.iiwn jrnarmacy,!
'' CorrftK Fbtirth atid -N0u Pts
TTrilY rAY EES -WHEN TilB i '
same money wm uuy you a none t - jj
In thLs cUy I hJl-vo , sold, over fyV-Vi
oae,.hyndre. and5 fUiyit.Jta .and,. Houses '
and Dots to5 parties wtib havb -paid la full for "
triciii, Vy li39ta!ment5yont,fi!y "payments.
.-; I -tit. r. i Von S ltrt . ttirtA i ii t'f i I
Also.I have a large number now on my books.
who aTe-'ttrafclng- regular imonthlr payments
ana win sopn own,npincs nngt ciearor una-
iuiu i uic. r- - - -
Money loaifod o4hoao wl&hlag Uy build.
aplO CTf'f'' JAMES WILSON.
tatc of North CaroUna,
Nefr'HauoTcr County, I
inv,. r ,5i.-.i lJti t ; :-.tatortr Court.
Bay .Stato Shoe and Leather Company,
tjm V i 1. .
maue to a
appear to us that a canto of
action exists against Louls! Dryfoos. that: bo
can not alter uuo aiiigence be xouna . within
the State, that he Is a resident of the fute and
has left the titate, wltli Intent to avoid, tho ser.
vice , of summons these aro therefore to notify
tho Eatt Louis Dryfoos to appear at the next
ternuJf tfils-tTdmsto bo hcH-b the city of
Wilmington the nth Monday - after ' tho 1st
Monday ot Mrca IX&t; to answer or demur to
the complaint In this action or aiudsrment will
be given according to the prayer of theL same.
" 'i Hi VAKAMRINGE,
. . Clerk tuperAor Court. I
' ' " New Hanover County.'
aprUSith, 1SS4., tui.j.rf lawfwth.
i'T'I.T. IWAtT lIV.TVr V...ff." .
vThcn the SpTrtng T&rsiamPEobiMi Hare
Come, ai iung' by ' ThitcBcrT lrltBroe & ,
West's Minstrels.. i s: : ' '
"Sleep Little DarXLojr. Zi t w, '
"EhrenonthclaeLV ?- '
- little Darling Dream of ZLtx."
An 1 all tho latest Korgs. f , I
Qrieen's Lace Uandkerealcf, 'is p'Arcd IT
the New, Xork Vomlo ppem Ce.-, -. 1
For new and pretty Music be sure Ovklt !
live Book and lltudo tort a.
In Great Variety.
yz. now, a stock , or shoes ron
Gents, Ladles aad MlssesBoya and Children,
superior to any-In tie t3i4. Every kind and
qualify, and prices low Cowtu -We solicit yoa
cadexajix thein. ijt , -
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