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Elct lion Tuesday, Nov. 4.
" i m: oovf.unou : '
1 1 fa t. governor:
fdlAKlS M. STEDMAN,
r of New Ilauoyt-r. -
loK-vF.rUETAKV OF STATE:
WILLIAM L: SAUNDERS.'
of Wako. ; '
oU STATE TREASURER:
)ONALD W. BAIN,
. . KOBE UTS,
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
t of Buncombe.
ri'EIIINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN
. M. FINGER,
ASTUTE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT:
A. S. MERRIMON,
FOU ELECTORS AT L AUG E :
W. II. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
The only thing that has been said
against Mrs. Lozan is that she calls her
hiHbaod "darling" in public.
J . ,
Senator Loan is: the first nominee of
the Republican party tor ihe Vice-Pres
idency since Johnson who nas noi Deen
a widower. .
The late E . A. Sothern,. had $175 ,000
worth ot property in New. York city,
which has just been handed over to his
. The Meininsen Theatrical Company,
supposed to be next in extiellence to that
of the Comedie Francaise of Paris, pro
pose visiting the United States. "
Bishop John F. Young, of Florida,
has secured a loan ot $20,000 for St.
Luke's Hospital, on property in, Laight
and Vestry streets. New York.
Guiteau's sister, Mrs. Scovilfe, is
said to be canvasiing Pennsylvania
selling pictures, her object being, sjie
?ays, to raise money to prosecute her
brother's murderers. .
Justice Miller, of the Supreme Court,
accompanied by his family, has ju3t
started for a long Summer trip over the
Northern Pacific railroad. He my ex
tend his travels io Alaska.
B. F. Jones, of Pittsburg, Pa , is to
stand at the helm, and as chairman of
the National Committee represent the
.working force ot the Republican hosts.
Jones is not very well kn4wD to fame
la the eighteenth century the growth
of population in Denmark wai so small
s to bescarcely noticeable: During
the present century tfae population has
increased' from one million to nearly
The report is out now tha the Ger
mans have discovered an old letter
written hv.Ta.mfi9' ft. Blaine, in which
to declared himself in favor of prohibi-
od, and that the solid German vote
will therefore be against him. ' '
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The color line has been drawn at
Norwich, New York,. at social skating
festivals, and. the ostracised "brethren
in black" propose to appeal to the courts
lor the enforcement oi their claims to
admission. It is now too la'e for them
10 PPel lo John Sherman .
n ;t : ..
The most successful counterfeit of the
uime is said to be made of glassmixed
some base metal by a process un-wown-to
ordinary workere in metal
ai glass. The counterfeit looks cxact
J like the genuine ten cent piece, but
& being struck with a hammer it is
crashed to pieces, r
A man during a life time of 50 years,
according to a paper recently read be
fore the Academy of Sciences, Paris,
sleeps away an aggregate of 6,000 days,
rks away the same period, eats away.
wodajs, walks away 800 days, is ill
owing 500 days, and amuses himself
' the remainder of his half-entury
-l 111. . -
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
- 5 ; lyd-w
Franz Hilman, who-invented the
p lka; has just died at Prague at the
age of 80. About forty- jears ago he
was struck by the musical rhjthm and
dainty motion of a Bohemian country
dance, and he forthwith comp seJ thd
first polka that ever appeared in print',
borrowing not only the tune but the
Tho finest house in l)ublin isthat of
Mr. Edward fiainocss, who U head
partner in the stoat brewery, and broth
er of lxjrd Ardilaun. It covers the
ground of three large houses on
Stephen's Gjreen. The rooms are
crowded, not to say overcrowded, with
splendid furniture and works of art.
Mr. and Mrs. Guinniss entertain splen
didly. Two great engineering projects are
about to be undertaken on the Conti
nent. The Spanish and French Gov
ernments have agreed to authorize the
construction of two new railways.
whichJwill involve th cutting of two
tunnel? through the Pyrenees. The
one will ?hoiten the route between
Paris and Madrid, while the other k7ll
give France speedier access to ports 1 in
the East of Spain, whence she ecu Id
m st expeditiously ulispatch relief to
(The Norfolk Virginian refers thus
handsomely to Gen. Scales and Major
Stedijnan, the next Governor and Lieu
tenant Governor of North Carolina:
The nomination of Gen. Scales lor
Governor argues well for the success of
the party in the sister State. He ha9
been in the civil and military service of
North Carolina, and in each field al
ways acquitted binisejt handsome
ly His legislative experience covers
both State and Federal service. As a
soldier he made an enviable record ;in
the United States House of Representa
tives he was esteemed as a prudent,
wise "and safe counsellor, not only of
Ins party, but iu behalf of general
public policy. He will be elected.
Charles Manly Stedman, the candi
date for Lieutenant Governor, has long
been regarded as one of the foremost
lawyers in tba Cape Fear section. We
have know him long and intimatelv.
He is a man ot marked ability, strong
and unyielding in his eooyictions and
open and aggressive in his methods.
The whole State mijrht have been
probed with a search warrant, without
discovering a citizen and Democrat
who would more fittingly respond to the
necessities ot the times and the party
than Major Stedman. He will assured
ly wage vigorous warfare against the
enemies of the State and country, and
perform the duties ot the ofhee tor
which he 1 is a candidate with distin
guished fidelity and ability.
Mr. Peter Bowv Birr, Ontario, Can
ada, writes that he was cured ot rheu
matism by the use of St. Jacobs Oil,
the great prin-cure
Index to new advertisements.
JJurrab. for Our Ticket
F C.jiiLLER Conundrum
Hkiksbergek Base Balls ad Bats
C W Yates Bookseller aud Stationer
Munds BrdS. & UeRosset Ex. Vanilla
J. W. TiiomT'Sox, Trcas Dividend Not I e
Richard J Jones, Com Report Sioklne
Fund City of Wilmington
There was no City Court this morn
ing, and there were no applications for
lodgings' last night at police headquar
ters for tramps.
Everybody in want of Paints, White
Lead. Glass &c. should go Jacobi's
to get best qualities and lowest prices.f
Norwegian brig San Juan, B&che.
cleared to day Tor Bristol, Eng., with
1,100. casks spirits turpentine and 1,440
barrels rosin, valued at $17,085, shipped
byMessrs. Alex. Sprunt & Son.
X As will be seen by notice elsewhere
in this issue the Wilmington 'and
Weldon Railroad t Co. have declared
a dividend of 4 per feent, which Will be
paid at the office of the Secretary and
Treasurer on and after the 14th inst.
The books descriptive of the ccm
mercial and industrial resources ' of
Wilmington ior which canvassers were
in this city, some months ago, have
been received at the Produce Exchange.
There has been much delay in their ar
rival and mauy inquries have beeh made
regarding them and we are glad that
they have been received.
Somo thief broke one of the large
plate glass windows of Mr. A. Less
man's bakery, on North Second street,
at about 2:30 o'clock this morning, and
stole a jar of candy and two loaves of
broad, which was all that was within
reach. The pane of glass which was
broken was very thick and expensive,
and the breaking caused a report al
most as loud as the discharge of a pis
tol, arousing the entire neighborhood.
Between $50 and $60 worth of proper
ty was destroyed in stcalinsr about one
dollar's worth ot goods. : There is no
clue as to who was the thief. -
ILMTNGTON. N. C,
Strangers in Town.
There was quite a large number of
strangers arrived in the city last night
and this morning, many of whom were
delegates to the Congressional Conven
tion of ! the Third District, which will
convene. at Burgaw to-morrow. Poli
tics was the principal topic o! c mversa-r
tion among them, and the prospects of
te 'different-aspirants were freely can
vassed. The BxcurMiou and Ball.
The arraneemQntg are now nearly
all perfected for the excursion to Saiith
villo on the steamers Passport and
Louise to-morrpw night, and for, the
subsequent ball which will be given at
the Pavillion of the Hotel Brunswick.
The Cornet Concert Club have been
invited to accompany the excursionists
and have accepted the invitation and
will make delightful music n tho way
down tho river. Kerelfey's Quadrille
Band will furnish the music lor the
dancing, and nothing will . be wanting
to make tho affair all that could be de
sired. The excursion and ball are gotten up
under the auspiuies of the Carolina
Club, and not under the auspices ot
the,Carolina Yacht Club, as we stated
yesterday. Mr. F. A. Lord, instead of
Mr. A. Lord, should have been on the
dancing committee, and also the name
of Mr. W. L. DeRosset, Jr.. which was
accidentally omited, should have ap
peared a3 one of the dancing commit
tee. Seaside Park.
W rights ville Sound will wiatness a
gala day on the Fourth of July, such as
it has seldom if ever seen, and there
will probably, be a larger concourse of
people there on that day than at any
other pleosurc resort in this section of
the country. Nearly air who can get
away irom the, city will be there, be
sides a large' number from the sur
rounding country, who will attend to
enjoy the attractions of the day. t Tho
match game of base ball, between .the
the Seaside Park Club, of this city, and
the National Club, of Goldsboro. will
attract those who delight to witness
athletic sport ; ths music by the Cornet
Concert Club will be an incentive for
our music-loving friendsto be presen
and the boating, bathing and fishing
will cause others to attend until the
throng will be of magnificent propor.
tioiis. Mine hosts, Messrs Scoville &
Co., of the Seaside Park Hotel, will do
all in their power for the accommoda
tion and comfort of guests, and there
will be a good time generally. In this
connection we hear the rumor wafted
on the "breeze that gently blow," that
during the day the Cornet Concert Club
will visit the residence, on the Sound,
of Maj. C M. Stedman, and gie him a
serenade in honor of his nomination as
Lieut. Governor of North Carolina.
Southern Historical Society Papers for
June have been received and are well
worth a careful perusal. n this num
ber we have the Last Chapter in the
History of Reconstruction in South Car
olina." by Prof. F. A.Porchr. in which
the 4 -Edgefield Riots," the -Twenty-eighth
of June," and the Hamburg
Riot" are discussed and much light
thrown upon those dark and gloomy
days. Besides this very valuable pa
per, there are others relatiug to the war
which are 01 much interest. The Pa
pers are published at Richmond, Va.,
at a subscription price of $3 per an
num, ahd edited by Rev. J. Wm.
Jones, D D., to whom communications
should bfe addressed.
TJie Magazine of American History
for July has been received. We have
always considered this one of the best
and most instructive periodicals pub-
Jl:shed ia the country, and -the present
number is fully equal, it not superior,
to any of its predecessors. The mo3t
important articles to the general read
er are. Ausiness From m tho Revo
lution." by J. Hammond Trumbull, L.
tf.D; "French Spoliation Before 1801,"
by Jame3 G. Gcrand ; Chief. Justice
John Marshall" by Sallic E wing Mar
shall, and "Washington in 1861," by
General Charles P, Stone. Thie last
paper will not be apt to be pleasant
reading to many at the North who were
fast and furious for bloodshed provid
iag it was the blood of some, one else
rather than their own which was shed.
Published at the No. 30, Lafayette
Place, New. York, at $3 per annum.
The frequent and copious showers
which we hare had recently 9 begin ; to
make. the farmers have gloomy conten
ances. inere nas Deen dui mus uauias
done as yet, jet if this wet weatner
continues a few days. longer the Injury
lo all kinds of crops will be serious. , :
TUESDAY. JULY 1,
: Personal. " . ..
RevvJ. E. C. Smedes. "of Raleigh is in
tha city and registered1 at the Purcell
Maj. W. L. Bineham. of the iustlv
celebrated Bingham School, at Mejbane-
ville N. C. U iu the city and registered
at the Purcell House.
Mr. J. C Chase. Superintendent of
the Clarendon Water Works, alter an
absence of about three weeks, has rc-
turned and is busy vwith the duties of
his , position.. ,
ColH. M. Drane, tho weL known
rcilroad manager, and Superintendent
of the Plant Investment Company
passed through the city last night, cn
his way South.
The Templar's Banner
The new banner for the Grand Com-
mandery of Knights Templar of Noith
Carolina, has been received and wss
to-day von exhibition at tho store of
Messrs. George R. French & Sons, on.
Front street. It was designed ' by Mr.
J. McD. French and painted by an art
ist in Boston, Mass. As Chairman of
the Committee appointed for the pur
p se by the Grand Commandery, Mrr
French designed a plan for the bans
ntr which, with seveial other de
signs, was '- submitted to the
eitire committee.' and his de
sign was unanimously adopted. We
were shown the design before, it was
transmitted to the artist, and gave ' a
description of the same at the time, so
tbat it becomes unnecessary to describe
it now. The banner is 43 inehes long
by 33 inches wide, i3 bordered with
heayy bullion and gold tassels and is p-
beautiful and appropriate piece of
workmanship. It Is adorned with the
North Carolina coat of arms besides
the usual symbols of masonry and it
i The second volume of an interesting
work called the government blue book
has been received, and from its pages
we learn that there are, in round num
bers, about 50 000 postmasters in the
United States whoe salaries run from
$8,000 per annum down to nine cents.
The individual receiving the largest
salary in thiscapacity is the postmaster
at New York, whose salary is $8,000,
the same as that of the Postmaster Gen
eral himself. The smallest salary paid
appears to, be that of II. H. Forrest,
postmaster ' at Repale, Pitt
county, N.-C, whose salary, according
to this register was nine cents last year.
Postmasters below a certain grade, it
will be understood, are paid according
to the number of stamps cancelled at
their offices. Formerly they were paid
according to tho number of stamps sold(
but tmi system was not found to be
satisfactory, some of the postmasters
making a business of selling stamps
in order to get their, percentages.
Now they arc paid by the number ot
stamps canceled, receiving the full
value up to the first $50, and a certain
proportion alter reaching that sum
Out of the 50, 000 postmasters in the
United States there are 2,000, according
to this register, whose salaries arc less
than $10 each. Of those postmasters
whose salaries were less than one dol
lar, Mississippi, Louisiana and Pennsyl
vania have one each, Virginia, Tennes
see, Alabana, Wisconsin, Kentucky.
Minnessota have two each, while North
Carolina has no less than a dozen who
get less than one dollar a year.
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We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory.
" Wil. & Wei. R. R. Co.,
SECRETARY & TREASURER'S OFFICE,
WILMINGTON, N C,
July 1st, 18S4.
DIVIDEND OF FOUR PER CENT. ON
tbe Capital Stock of the Wilmington A Wei-
don Railroad Co., will be paid to the Stock
holders of record on the Books of the Compa-
l - . - -
ny Jane 30th, at this Office, on atd after the
15th lost. J. W. THOMPSON,
joljlSt ' 8cctj and Treas.
COMMISSIONER'S REPORT OT THK
condition of the Sinking Fud ot the City
ot Wimlogton, N- C, July 1st. 1S31:
.4 City Bonds due in 1SS7.
1,1 0-i 00
- 5,8 0 00
'115 Bonds amounting to
; Cash uninvested.
Total amount of Sinking Fond. 9 J.4 S3
au oonas Belonging to tne MnKing rona
RICHARD J. JONES.
n&Te neen registered and sampea; tmurg
Fond. City of WllmlBircon. ti. t and are de
in tLe vault of the BankTf f New Hat-
Hurrah for' Our Ticket !
TUB OLD NORTH STATE WILL BE O.
K. In November. We have the stron$rcst
Stitc T'ckct wo have hal since the war. Kery
lody Is 1 leased and ready to g towtrk.1
Tbc "Old North SUte SaJoun U sl&o tJ. R.
andcocUnues to' keep the cot U'st licer, Uie
choic- stClzars. and the p-. rest Whiskey to be
found in the city. Oil at No. .6 So Front sL,
and Bee what IcUuWAN cau do lor you.
iulyl i '
Base liall and Bats
QF ALL KISOS.
ilammocks, three kind, very latei t styles.
Lc ttos, two s'zes.
A B C ranis and Elocls,
Rubber BaUsfc all Elz'es. '
RHchcr IIrnioiiicaf, Uiccrybctt.
Violins, Guitar an J Bar jo Strirgs
Italian Vioiinaaud vioiiu fjovv.
Jubt 'O clnd aid for sale ( heap lit
julyl Live Booh and MFlr Start s
QUARANTINE FOR Til K POUT OF Wll
'minglon will be enforced from May 1st to
Novomber 1st, as follows :
Pilots will bring all vessels fn m Ports south
of t npo 'Fear to the Quarantine anchor ge;
also, all vessels which have had any aiad ot
sickness on board during the passage: or on
arrival, and will cause a signal to Ue set iu the
main rigging on the port side, as eoon as pos
sible at u-r crossing th Car I
No vet-pel must leave the Quarantine anchor
age, or allow any person, steamer or, tug boat,
lighter, or boat of any kind to go along si e,
unless by written authority from the Quaran
tine Physician; and every vessel rniiBi be an
chored as far to the eastward of the channel
as is consistent with Bafety.
Regulations governing vessels while in Quart
amine may be had on application at the oilite
of the Quarantine Physician at bmithvllle
Applications for permits to visit vessels in
Quarantine must be made to Dr. Thomas F.
Wood or Dr. Geo. G. Thomas, and pcrni.ts eo
obtained will be end' rsed by the Quarantine
Physician, if, iq his opinion, It is proper and
sr.fe to allow communication with such vessels.
A penalty of 2 0 for each and every offence,
will be enforced against any person violating
any of the Quarantine Regulations of the Port.
W. G CURTIS, M. I,
Quarantine Physician, Port of Wilmington.
THOS. F. WOOD, M. D. ) n.r.ta
GEO..G. THOMAS, M. D. 1 Consultants,
mav 1 2am 6m 1A15 4
QUICKENS. EGGS AND
COUNTRY PRODUCE GENERALLY to
A. W. RIVKNBARK,'
Wilmington, N. or
HIGHEST MARKETPRICES guaranteed,
(Refers to Bank of New Hanover.)
I KEEP A FULL LINE OF FINE GRO
ceries. Dry Goods and all other articles to
be found in a first class store. In landing at
the Steamer's wharf pass up through the gate
and turn to the left and my place is about 0
yards distant. Give me a call.
j J. A. WESCOTT.
may29 1m , Smlthville. N. C.
FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM PARLOR
at the corner of Front and Mulberry streets,
where purest Cream In the city can be found.
Ladles and gentlemen arc respect ulJy invited
to rail . " ' -
' Orders promptly filled aid delivered free of
lime 17 lm. i Proprietors
HY IS THE 5-TEA. ME U PASSPORT
like a Siting Band ? Because it cannot c'o
without its "Harperi"
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DRUGS. PEBFUME3. SOAPS, FANCY
and Toilet Articles, Ac. ;
Prescriptions a spoclaHy at
F. C MILLER'S,
may 2G ' Corner Fourth and Nun its
Lemons. Butter. Lemons.
JUST RECEIVING BY A. C. LINE and N-
Y. Steamer, all of which will be sold low In
quantities to suit. 800 bushs. Va Meal, 75
Boxes Lemons, ?5 tubs Va. and N. Y. Butter,
Michigan Flour, Virginia Flour. Bacon. Lard
Ac. . G. BLAIR,
June 12 No. 19 N. Second Street.
lyiLL SELL MY ENTIRE- STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOOD 3,
- NOTIONS. TOYS, ;. ,
fcHOW CASES. MIRRORS,
1 j HAT RACKS,
at cost dur'ng the next two weeks.
Part'es wanting anything In my line will
find It advantageous to call and examine early.
UBi. S. J. BAKER.
june30 lw , No. 12J Market St.
James A. Lowrev,
yHEELWRIGHT, BLACKSMITH AND
General Repabrer of Carriages and Vehicles.
Work of all kinds attended to , without delay.
Thanking my friends for favors extended to
me in the past, I solicit their kind favors and
tb' lr patronage In fntare. After an experi
ence of forty-four years ar a Mechanic under
Capt W. II Bobbltt. of Warren ton. and It
Wumfaigton. I am now prepared to conduct
the work in . all iu branches In a good and
Place of businesa, on Prince, between 3rd
and 4th streets. - - ; nor 20 osvr-tf .
- ' & v ' u - - ' ..,- -" , ': J?' :. ' .
- .. u - - ' 1. - ' -ar-- ' - -
Tr win bo g!ai la rcoclri CCdlilUca
troa our fxicids on xzj and aa tntjtcU
frall8tereattmi : -it .
The name of the wrtr must always U
nlahod to the Editor.
IConunrxnlcatloBs must br written cm oaJ
one aide of the paper.
Personalties must be avoided.;
AM it la especially and rartteularly trnfer
tood that the Editor 4oei not ahrayt tase
the views of correspondents unlaw sUt .
1 me oaitonai columns -
Moonlight Excursion !
QNSTEAMEUS PASSPORT AND LOUISE;
V KINE'IY.!.lirf.Y 1. J i..iuhrv.
l.AL. at the Hotel Ut unswiek, under tho
.ik.huVh mov-urQiim Liuu r famer Pass
port wil leave at 6 p. m. sharp, n I rctum at v
rnasonabk Uum. AMiounocmrut t cxtraor
duiiry: TwkcU for this c&cursoii will
good on steamer I ouLjc, thereby gttlng those
who may jlctelnj to do so an opitottunlty ot.
lovlDg Wl mlngionatl p. i. cu UuImj sua
return ou lm ort hujc even ng; or any one
who iu.t delic to rem.dii at Mu Ih illo over
ntaht van ictarn I oul at 7 a m. 1 he Cor
ict Concert lut. has b -en invited, and wkllds-
mu'itt su t imtdc; on luc itcaaicr nd at
-miUiHW-. 1Lj Ho'cl Lriutwtek Band will s
tuintslMUmo iniwic Ml tho t tviou lUfrcsh
uieul will lm fnrf.ishcd at tho alc uul up.
pcrat the Hotel to Ho c wt.o mix th-iro it "
.t'aitici who lit u to itui ia wvc Might and
it-turn ou ttc tnicr Loutsc at 7 a m , can get
atv:..mui-'.iiitiw,at luc Hotel J no n cr -s
giiti t.ousuPUte and Alan er Mtbli will :
l cii t re,j. ttr, iy on tin tf.-umcr and nl .
liiiUuiik- iuti.c iit.t .t thc.r ncos. Hhlch
u;nbt Ik; a ; uUc'ci.t turauley t a pica-nut
ie, tnM.a C4f(ip0iiv and good ,t.rdcriv- Fsro
:or the rouifl ;to, ',fc In.ict cmii t had
llm lommltiw. tlnly a lliMtf; i ,mer of
t'ckcls will lc Hiid. as uudtrijocircuiusuurei
will tne t omiiiit'i-e rrowd the ncmicr to the
diacuuuot 1 of t c cU v
. U. W. KlDDhli, ;
N. K. I'ahKKK,
' T. V. MKMth . .
Coin, of C.rlinaClub
ance not bla of such a nature as to warrant '
his sendlBg 6ieclal Invitations, ho uke tills
method or exten iiu a hearty and cordial In. "
vitation to th Caro ina Club and their guraU
to the Opening CH at tb'e Hotel Brunswick,
Wednesday evening, July 2nd, li, and gives
the assurance that every effort will bo made to -
.. :' . .
promote the pleasure ot his gucts . ?
june M 3t , . .. -
Roolttig, arid Tin Work,
JgY EXPERIEXCEE WORKMKN. :
Our stock of goods o f the B EST M ATE RIAL.
If you want a COOK STOVE; call on ; ; '
PAKKER ft TAYLOR A.
PURE WHITE OIL. June 3
riniAT WILL MAKE OLD HARNESS "
1 look new. Pure Neat's Foot Oil, llamers '
Oil, Blacking, Harness Soap, Chamois Skins.
A lull lino cf Carriages. Buggies, Phxtons, .
Harness, Sahdies, Trunks, tatchels, Bag,
Sacks, Ac. 1 runks repaired by the only prac
tical trunk maker In tho State. " -u
MCDOUGALL A BOWDEN, "
J14 North Front St. . "
Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture Store,
pOR FISHING TACKLE, ' '
. AT - -W.
E. SPRINGER A CO'S., " .
m 19. 21 and 23 Market fiti eel ,
The largest atiTl best assortment ever offered
in this market. .-'-:sV--..i. - Juno 70
' - C, W. Yates,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
119 Market St .Wilmington. K. C.
school Books and School Supplies, lUank
Boov8 of every description In stock and made"
to order, when desired. '
..Fancy Goods, Albums, Pictures, Frames.
Musical Instruments, Ac , -
Bibles Hymn Books, Prayer Books, Sua- '
day School Books, c. . ; .
Lithographing and Engraving a specialty.
DCs ficclal (tfecouot to litchcrs andmcr
chants. ; : t . . . , -. - .
Don't fend off for your School or Ofilco fenp
pues. Wo can give you bottom prices and
save you freight. , . . .
1 Largp stock of Wrapping Paper and , Paper f '
Bags always on hand. . . . - June 5D
Ice. Ice. vice.
t Would respectfully kotify the
JL citizens and the public gcuerally, that I
hive laid In a full supply of CHOICE ICE,
??r...?w iul7 prepared to fill orders at
LOW PRICES, oytho Barrel, JJogshead or
Car Load,, to all point on the Railroads or
Rivers, and hope to secore.a reasonaHle iharo
of patronage. tt. II. J. AHREN3,
Proprietor of New Ice Honso.
Send for Price. a Jane 27 lm
"P OR WWQjMyjJLLEEOUSp will Icire
Sootbexland's Stables DAILY at 6 P. M. ehx rp.
Rcturnieg, will lavc Sound at 7 A, U. sharp
June 25 tf T. J. SOUTIIERLAND.
Munds Bros. & DeUosset,
Munds Bros. & JJeKossct,
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Manufacture a IcIlHr.ua - -
I Extract cf Vanilla.
Mrskvor your Ice Cream.
Custards and Pastry, with it .
And be made hannr nH ntnfot ' . .
Thl lixtract is usedln.thc ; '
jc reim, wmcn nasrlen. .
MUNDi BKOS. A: IEki ..MKT
Cream oda Water such a . s
SphjnrtiJ reputation. '' -
vj5 v UtfSA u at i v A every day ttU weer. .
Nothing of the kind enaal H. .
Rendczvoas tor La-itcs ' , -
Market and second Hi,- -
lane 23 ' ' WUmlugtcn, N.'Cl.
City Drug Store. t -
12 1 (i - BI AIC I BT. 8TKEEtL
NO CONUNORUM ABOUT TI1H i
-Soda V. terat Sopcr gla-s Jt can't bo
good at 9t.it or a cento per gLass; (too much
loam and gas). Drug ui CUciM-in great
variety. Mytnxla ttiuer 1 aJvraya rL Jk
can'ij uc cxocllid cry day. My Jvl-ua Is
th bc- to be hid. Ico-Cr am Jt 1 1 or- -.lorv.
al.y., Calloa "OLDJIU CO.ol::Y.-
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