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STRUCTION: . M. FINGER,
uflVTE JlVncF. SUPREME COURT:
JOHN N. STAPLES. '
The Prince of Wales's debt3 cow
Mr. Joseph E. McDonald mounted
from a saddler's bench to a seat in the
L'nited States Sena'e.
Oyer two hundred Republican voters
ofTopeka, Kansas, say that they will
not support Blaine and Lojan.
The Princess Louise of Lome has
ofQaecn Victoria for the Litchfield
Joseph W. Harper, of the publishing
Grm ot Harper & Brothers, has declined
the nomination of Presidential ele tor
ontbeKepublican ticket in New York
Although there is a population esti
mated at 8.600 to 10,000'souls in Altuias
county, Idaho, there is not a merchant
tailor doiDg business within its bounda
Mr. Hallam Tennyson, a son, of 'the
English poet laureate, was niarried .' on
Wednesday at Westminster Abbey to
Miss Audrey Boyle. Mr. Gladstone
'and Mr. Irving were present
The Blaioe jnanagers are doing their
, utmost td get Arthur and Edmunds to
pah a little over the Plumed Knight,
bat both of these gentlemen think a
better nomination could have been
A NortherrfiJud:e recentlv decided
lhat a husband can strike his wife three
hcks with a switch and escape Dunish
toent, and the Boston list says his
Honor ii evidently unmarried or he
would know better.
A couple whom a ouarrel senarated
eea years ajo, but who were never
divorced, were reunited at Monahan.
Tex recently, and went off on a second
Deymcon. The husband and wife
we ajed 70 and 00 yers respectively.
M-bovernor Chamberlain delivered
m oration at the anniversary of the
J ,h Beta Kappa Society, of Vermont
uwrsity. on Tnesday. 1q is as
la vor of teaching Greek as
iries Francis Adams, Jr., is opposed
lell!0' Samoel J- Xiiden has signed a
too If lhC Sleam 5 acht njkln !or three
$900 TbC PriCe paiis sald to be
j, er pJ.onth and running expenses
oa'if n took Psses9ion of tho yacht
Monday and spent the greater por
a of the day on the Hudson . -
inpsA in n.i:r. i i
raising the poppy for the production
opmm.aDd the local press find in h
.vuuonai reason for demanding the
asion of the
wt "yum arc ieit to such a
V now that their extension cannot
hou.;:vnor Franklin j. Moses,
-uuuer arrest in Chicae-o on the
geof swindling! is onder indict.
W tt- T tv swmciing cot.-. 1.
charm?a Ut of S13 and is also
swJ an ex-mayor ol the city..
- The New York" County Democracy
will send 415 aim to Chicago to ure
the nomination of fiovernor'Cleveland.
; . . " t.
Beast Botlcr's- frienda will .visit
Chicago with the insane hope that a
chance mayj arise to squeeze him in as
the nominee of the Democratic party.
IUhey succeed in ihu thov will do
more to, elect IiTainc than the Republi-1
party can do.
The shoemakers of Berlin celebrated
a fortnight ago the six hundredth anni
versary of the "'incorporation of their
guild. A procession, numbering more
than 4, (XX persons, pa&sed before the
Royal Palace, where the Emperor and
Crown Prince were standing to review
it. . .
Mr. Butler, a1 young Irish landlord
wrbo has ju-at come into possession of
4 000 a year and 30,000 in cah, by
he death of hi3 father, has scandalized
his relatives and friends by marrying
the daughter7 of the herder on his
estate. Tie a!sr, the day baforc marry
ing his humb'e bride, embraced the
Roman Calho'.ie religion.
Rev. David N. Beatley, who died in
Norwich, Conn., on, Wednesday, at the
ripe old age of 100 yeas, was undoubt
edly the oldest clergyman in the
country. He began preaching when
but 15 years old, and, besides beine: the
pioneer of Methodism in that part of
Connecticut, he devoted seventyTfiye
years of his life to its maintenance. In
his lifetime he preached over 2,000
sermons, married 514 couples and
buried 2,300 persons. .
The Museum of Natural History
Central Park, has been offered an, egg
that, if sold by the dozen, would bring
$3,600. the individual one being valued
at $300. .Its size is a little over a loot
in length, its holding capacity two gal-
Ions, and in round numbers, it equals
150 hen eggs; its lineal measurement is
doable that of an ostrich's egg, and its
cubic bulk eight times greater. The
monster egg com rs from Madagascar,
and themu :eum now posesses an ad-
mirablccast showing its dimensions.
1 he suicide last wee ot Mr. uurn-
nam, tne JNew xorc iiock oiouer, i
whose tirni recently taiiea. presents
some strange features. From a tele
graph operator he rose to be a succesp-
tul man of business, but went down in
the wreck which ruined " so many in
Walt street a lew weeks ago.! There
was no reflection oh his integrity ;"there
were friends ready to haye lent him
a helping band. He was in tbe prime
of life, with a wife and child dependent
upon him. and yet in the face of all this
he ends his life by his own hands
Such man is not a hero: he is worse
than a coward.
The Swedes, says Mr. John Swords
in Suenska Amcrikanaren, believe in
St. Jacobs Oil as the conqueror of pain.
INDEX TO HW ADVERTISEMEMTS.
F C Miller Conundrum
IiKiNsisEjiOEK Uafcc lialLs :iad Bats
C W Yatks Bookseller and Stationer
Y M King, Turscr Carolina Yacht Club
IJUNDS Bkos. & DkUosset Kx. Vanilla
iluMPliKfcY, Jemcis & Co Jtl3 a Fact
We lose this month 35 minutes of
This month has live Tuesdays, five
Wednesdays and five Thursdays.
Sunshine and rain, but a good deal
more of the la ter than the former.
And still it rains, much to the worry
and disgruntlementof the farming cop
The Mayor has been absent 'from the
city to day, and Jhere was no City
Court this mormrrg.
Af this raih doesn't hold ud before the
- - I
Fourth there will be lots of disgusted
ttUU Ulsapi'Ulluu poufiio wii vjj.4w -4 i j
Iead. Glass oic. snouia go to jauubi s
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to get best qualities and lowest prices.t
The Democratic Convention of the
Third North Carolina Congressional
District conyened at Burgaw this
The sidewalks on Chestnut street,
between Sixth and Seventh, need atten-
Hnn The water is too deep there for
the convenience of human beings, and
h lor ducks
II. I III IL 111(1 Ls . k. M " W 1
and geese to swim in.
As will seen by notice elsewhere in
this issue, the Club Hou e and grounds
d the Carolina Yacht Clab. at Wrights-
. ri ' will hn nnon in the DUbllC
mu uuu, ww rVi. Th
11 1 ho racins days of tbe Club. 1 he
rin4rement reserve the right, how-
flr m oToludo any and all objectiona-
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W LMINGTON. N. 0.. WEDNESDAY. JULY
Monday Night's Wind.
! "We fear that the heavy wind storm
Which prevail d on Monday night did
very serious daniase in some places of
this section. We hear of losses in the
city, one gentleman resident in the
Eastern section having had nearly three
bushels ot btayhestorn from one ftree
by the breaking oY the branches of, tire
tree heavily ladeifwth fruit. ! "
Col. Green Nominated, i
. . i
A special, telegram received here at
2 o'clock to-day announces thee pleasing
fact that Hon. Wharton J, Greet', the
prissnt incumbent, has bee-i nominat.
el lor" Congress from the old Third dis
trict at the Convention held at Burgaw
tr-day. Col. (Jreen's nominaiion wa3 by
acclamation, just exactly 1 lie kind I of a
compliment that was due one who had
repri'sented his people as ably and as
faithfully as Col. Green lias done.
The following, which we corrl
endorse, appeared inho New York
Times, ot Juno 30th : H
The Richmond (Va ) Wliig, while
earnestly opposed politically to 1 the
Hon. Charles M. Stelman. ih Demo
cratic nominee for Lieutenant-Governo'r
of North Carolina, claims him as an
old acquaintance and friend, and says
that he is about as highr a type vf . man,
morally and intellectually, ns can j pos
sibly exist in the Democratic party.
As nothing greater than perfection
can exst anywhereand as the nearest
approach to political perfection is found
to exist in the Democratic party, Mr.
Elam seems to have said more, perhaps,
then he nrav have actually intended.
Mr. E J. Hale, at the Fayetteville
Observer, arrived in the city this morn
ing. He was en route to the Conven-
tion at Bargaw.
We were glad to receive a . call this
afternoon from our good friend, W. W.
McDiarmid, of the Robesonian, and to
6nd that the hard times among the
newspaper men had not affected cither
his good looks or his good humor;
Mr. Thos. W. Strange, of this city,
one the delegates from" this district to
the National Democratic Convention
afc-Chieasro. will leave here to-morrow
. l t . . th inlefltion of bein2 Ws
. vvnshlnfrtnn nitv on Th nrsdav at
1 - w ... - . -
. nnnfp;rfinfie of xrorLh Carolina dele
gates to-be held there on that day!
Mr. Thomas Hewett, well known to
many of our citizens as a resident of Wil
mington in former days, returned to the
city yesterday, after an absence of about
ten years. ' He has been a good deal of
a wanderer and during his' travels has
visited. Colorado, Missouri and other
Western states. Ho was at the ! City
Ilall thi3 moroing, renewing his ac
quaintance with Iriends' of former
Police Arrests for June.
There were 33 police arrests during
the month ot June, as follows: Assault
and battery, 2 colored males. Burglary,
1 colored male. Disorderly conduct. 6
white males, 1 white female; 7 colored
males, 5 colored females. Drunk - and
down. 2 .white males; 2 colored males.
Forcibly rescuing a prisoner from ar
rest. 1 colored cak Interfering; with
a police officer while in .the discharge of
his dutv. I white male. . Larceny. 2 col-
ored males. Throwing rocks, 3 colored
Nationality of prisoners ; American-
white 5i colored 3; German 3; Norwe
eian 1; Nova Scotian 1.
AmounLof court fines collected, $25.-
55; pound fees, $18.25t
Applied for lodging, 1 white male, b
Places of business found open by
P1,c0 at night, 1-.
Wed and Away.
.CaDt. Carl A. Bache. of the Norwcg-
ian brig Don Juanh &nd Miss Elnia!
. , . . . r T T tin C iUla
aaugnter oi ivir. o.tu. iv muur. t
r?ltv were unitp.d in marriage, this
at tbe ' - resiaence
Jalues Darby. on Front
street between Front ana joarr
Rey Moor(J of SLThoraas Calh-
olic Church, officiating. Soon after
the ceremony was performed the newly
married couple, with a lew, friends in
carriages, were driven to the wharf at
which the vessel has just completed be-
loading and which sailed at about 1
oVosk ths afterncon. The Don Juan
was cleared al tbe Custom House. JCHt
terday for Bristol, Eng., and the lau
young bride will accompany her hus
band, making a bridal trip of 'many
thousands of miles over the blue wa-
Urs of the Atlantic Ocean. Her friends
will wish her a haonv vovasra and a
f Another large consignment of Sash,
Doors & Blinds at Factory prices, just
. . "
I received at Jacobi's Hardware DepoUf
The loljpwingjs the depth at mean
low water at the bars at the mouth of
th river as shown by the latest sound
ings taken; Ba'd Head Bar, 13 feet;
Western Bar. II feet.
' No Freshet.
Steamboatmen report that. notwith
standing the recent rains, there is nV
freshet, and only good boating water
as yet in the C:rpc Fear." It is expected,
ho wevnv that there will be a rise as
the iaus havo. been general in" the up
Cfunlrx and the strtams. tributary to
the Cape Fear will be 'swollen and their
increased volume will tend to a rise in
exports Foreign .
The export foreign from tbisport for
the niontj ended JuneSOLh, 1S81 foot up
as folli-ws: . X
Rosin 24 328 barrels, valued at 31.-
510; pitch and turpentine 175 barrels.
valued at $470; spirits turpentine 218.-
902 gallons, valued kt $71 402; lumber
1.593.000 feet, vahnd at $26,428;
shingles, 186.000, t VBluel at 1.026;
making a total value ot exports foreign.
amounting to $130,872.
At this writing, 4 P. M.. the pros
pect seems lair tor a pleasant night for
those who may go down this evening
on the Passport and Louise to the Open
ing Ball to-night at tbe Hotel Bruns
wick, at Smithville. The moon is
nearly full now and that will add to the
enjoyment of the occasion. Everything
in the power of the management to do
has been done that will add to the com
fort and pleasure ot those who may at
During the last seven 'ays in tUme
and up to. 7 o'clock this morning in
July the rainfall in this city amounted.
to 5 inches and 85-100, to which add the
amount of the almost continual rain
fall since that hour and the aggregate
would considerably exceed 6 inches.
No violent winds haye accompanied
the rains, which is fortunate in many
respects, . The heavy showers have
extended with about equal frequency
and amount over a large portion ot the
surrounding country and to a consider
able distance into the interior of the
State, and taore or less damage has
been done to the growing crops, and
more espicially in the low lands.
Harbor Master's Keport.
The following is the number -and ton
nage of vessels arriving at this port
kdur:ng the month ended June 30th,
American Steamers 6, aggregating
5.018 tons ; 1 barque, 424 tons ; 1 1 schoon
ers, 2,582 tons, Tqtal, American, 18 ves
sels, and 8,024 tori3. '
Foreign Barques 10, aggregating 4,
192 tons ; 5 brigs 1.166 tons. Total, for
eign, 15 vessels and 5.358 tons; making
a grand total, American and foreign, of
33 vessels.aggregating 13 ,382 tons.
The Keiratta ou tlio Fourth.
At a meeting of the Regatta Commit
tee of the Carolina Yacht Club, held
yesterday, the following order was is
sued relatiyo to the Annual Regatta of
the Club, at Wrishlsville, ou the
Yacht3 of the squadron are directed
to rendezvous at the club grounds, on
Wrightsvillo Sound, July 4th inst:, at 3
o'clock, P. M;
Regatta will start promptly at 3:30
o'clock, P.M. -
Regatta will be sailed over the usual
cotrse. Yachts will start for Inlet buoy
at beginning of race in lieu of Mott's
channel buoy, as formerly.
We are informed that the following
yachts will participate :
Yacht Bubble, R. Cameron, com
Yacht Bessie Lee, Q. A. Wiggins.
Yacht Madge. W. L. Smith, comman
der. : i
Yacht Mabel, G. II. Smith, com man
Yacht Restless, S: P. Cowan, com
Yacht Frolic, C. W. Worth.comman-
Yacht Glide, , commander.-
Yacht Zephyr, H. M. BoWden, com
mander. " - .
: Yacht Rosa, Pembroke Jones, com
! Yacht IeUie, G. II. Greene, comman
, Yacht Mascott. G. D. Parsley, com-
uiancer. i 1
' Several of the above are new yachts.
,We invite the attention of eur citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts ate
beingmade to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tt.
S me of the weather-wise ay . that
the present disacreeabe weather wil)
continue until the lull of the m on.
JobVfconitorters are they. ' ;
Jnrge delegations from Cumberhnd
and Bladen counticsrrived in the city
this morning, en route lor the Congres
sional Convention at Burgaw, for which
they left on the !) A. M. train.
For the first linic in years there wid
be rwi regular excursion on 1 hey 'as.swrf
this Fourth of July: Instead, r Captain
Harper will run the boit to SinitHviile
aul the I oris and a long way ut lo
o t, giving an opiMirtunity 1 r a quiet;
pleasant day of enjoyment to alt who
may a 'tend. f J
Nor. barque StOjn, Wahlberg, clear
ed to-day with 5C-0 casks spirits liVrpOij
tiirt? and 3,505 birreli rosin, :ilued
at 5,10.276.48, t-hipped' by Messr?. Rob
inj-on & King Ger. barque C. h.
er,' Frirtck, c!eare-l 'Uh 8(H) casks sj ir"
its turpentine .nd 2,527 .bnrud-- ro?n.
valued at. $11,150, shippul by 'Mcssr?.
Alex Spruiit iSS Son, making a total, of
rxports fpreisu amounting to 2-1,420,-48.
Both vessels cleared for Glasgow,
Scotland. . ' '
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The Olass of Fashion.
Mr. I. S brier; at No. 114 Market
street, has recetved a lot of very hand
some mirror advertisements to which
the name and number of his house, are
attached. They are in oak frames and
he glass of which the mirror U made
is about half an mbh in thickness. They
are very neat and attractive and make
a good advertisement to hang up in
rooms. We consider tho expense as
money, will invested, and next to
advertisinjffh the Review, about as
good a way to catch the public eye a?
could well be imagined. The Review
reflects the style and . quality of the
goods advertised while the mirrors only
reflect the features of those who are in
quest of good clothes.
It is a Fact Tliat
JjL freBb sufmly every day of ApnlC3. Peach.
TT UMl'UUKY . -J KNK1.NS & UU. t5t a
es, rears, Whortleberries, taierries. Toma
toes. Watermelons ana cantaloupes; also.
CihicKens ana r-grgs, &c
Couslffiiments of the above solicited and sat
Isf action guaranteed. Give us a trial Is all we
ask. No. 112 South Front et. ' ; .
july 2 -
Carolina Yacht Club.
VEKY PREPARATION HAS BEEN
made for the Regatta at Wrightsvlife, on Fri
day, tho 4th Inst. Ample p slice regulations
have been instituted by the Marshal,. Mr. II.
McL. Green, and good order is assured.
The grounds and Club IIouso ; will be open
on that day and on allsubscqneht regular race
days, when the Club will- endeavor to make it
pleasant for all who may attjend.
jaly 2 li
Sla copy lt
Wil. & Wei. R. R. Co.,
SECRET Alt Y & TREASUREJL'sS OiFICE,.-
WILMINGTON, N C.,
July Ut, 16U.
DIVIDEND OF FOUR PER CENT. ON
tne Capital Stock of the Wilmington & We 1-
don Railroad Co., will be paid to the Slock
holders of record on the Books of the Compa-
ny June 30th, -at this Office, on ar d after ho
lMhist- i I J. W. THOMPSON,
july!3t . ' Scct'y and Trcas.
Hurrah for Our Ticket !
fflllE OLD NORTH STATE? WILL BE O.
JL K. In November. We have the strongest
Sme Ticket we have had since hc war. Every
cdy is pleased and ready to go to work.
The "Old North State Saloon" 13 .tho
and continues to keep the coolest JJeer, the
choicest Clears, and the purest W Ida key to be
found in the city-. Call at No. So Front bL,
and see what McGOWA-N can do for you.
Base lialls and Bats
r ALL KINDS. : ;
Hammocks, three kinds, very latcfct stjlcs.
Lottos, twos!zes. j
ABC Cards and Blocks, .
Rubber Balls, all sizes.
Eitcher Hartaonlcaa, the very bcrt.
Violins, Guitar and Bar jo Strings
Italian Violins and Violin Bowel
Just received and for sale cheap at
Live Book and Music Store
i Ship Your
pUICKENS. EGG3 AND . .
COUNTRY PRODUCK GKNERAILY to
A. W. i:iV.NCAKK,
I . WiijxiIsguo, N. C.
! HIGHEST MARKET PRICED giurantoed.
; (UefTs to Bank of New Hanover.) ,
! may 16 :' " M
rH PRICE OK MAJOLICA WARS at j .
. ; .ILIfa MURCiHSOX3.
june 30 l3 aud Ul Muxcfclaoo Block.
T7t Trill Uglzl la i;-; tc:::::::.::::i
troxac-irrxd3ca xry tii til t -scucrxl
l2tcrc5j but X.
The name of the mr act alwaya t :-
aihed to tbe Editor."' -'..'- - !
JyComintiiBV-ataoiaainttBt be wxlttts oa cal -oneaJdoof
the paTT. " " "
PnonaUUes cmat be aTdiod.' - I
And It is especially and partlcoltrFt:r'er
toofl that tbe KiUtor doea cot almr eirfcr ee
tbe views of corrcspon-leats oalaw o fttat -
la the editorial coftx-nna. "
Moonlight Excursion !
)S bTEAMEUS lUVSSrORT ANCTLOUISE,
inu i.Al. at the Jlot-cl Ktuitvrlcl, under ibo
autphc-of uc Uaroliui ;Jul t U-anicr l'aas
lori wU- leave t 0 p. m. feinrp. n t return at
inasonablo Uffre. .cnutincein-ut cxtraor
Uaiiry: Tlcttti fur ihl exenrfeton will Ik;
rxlt-n'btcaier 1 oulc, Ibcrcby gllnj? thbC
wlioiiiay dipire tu do co au omioiluitity vt . - "
le;tvii.- V1 mSu-Toni-.tl p. irt. oirLcufco and
icturii oh orUamc even or any ooc
wbu lit.iy i.'c-ii to remain nt utiLi'lPu over
''- I't -n ixlut U on I outM at 1 ii m. 't he- 'nr..
i et Concert t luiil;is bf;i iaili,aud Wllld ti
cvu itsu t mu-lc oa liio .-Iciine nd at , --niUUvllttf.
r'l cMo el lit mtwtck t lilml will
fuiii.UiUu etuuKlnMi thu Kcfrefch
UiCt.ii wl;r r, luri.Uhui ut tl.o i ,ro 'and tit. " "
1-cr at the lltvl to tl:o e wi.o wiv lU-hlre H
i atlkb wln Uel e t t m h uu "tiij;lit and
icluriiiouktciifuor Luiiioc ul . ' in , cm pet :
av: .uim-rfiaUiii nl itie Hotel 'J lo; uui er
ygoo Comniitice uiid lart vr MiO.en will
al'cit i result iit-ty t.u 'lltu t u-amer unit at
.-utHiiviHvTii tiu ivMii.H t Lc"ir f uuo'a. hleh
fsiiOitl-l Itc a cii i'ckii't-u .rauUH5 1 ilc:t-anv .
n-ai . vucii juii.ijy ani j.'oo .rier. , ran
lor iho joan.l irlji, 5'c J IcXeM --n e li:nt
o me eomniltltie. . UaJv X limit vl n inl-r nt
t'cktisuiU lei'oid.a hnu r to circnii4MWC-
viMl tue o.inult'eb i-rowl llm KK-nuwr t. in
diacum:oit oi i.ui-jiotti t , . -v fc
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T.- W. MfAKKa
tuHKUiz ck.,1 r.&.is. ;
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jur.c 0 Com. of C rulmClnb-
jK. SUI.LKIT'S PKUSON AL'ACtJUATXT-
' ' - - ' ' ' "
aacc not bl:i of WuoTi a Mature as to warratit
hU scndiDg 'social -Invitation, ho take th!a
nithodof ctteadina hearty and cordial in.
vlutlou to tho Cro lna Club and their gucst
to the Opening D .11 at the Hotet Ilranswictc,
V'ednesday cycnuigJuly 2n JlfSl, and glrcs
the assurance that every eJort wlH be made to
promote tbe pleasure of his guets, ,
june M 3i
. v i
Roofing and Tin Work,
gYvKXPEKIENCED VOIiIv41X. r ' "', J
Our stock of goodsotthcIiESTMATEKIAL.
If xou want a COOK STOVE call ou - - ?
PABKEIl & TAYLOR'A.
fllRIC WIIITE OU , JunoS
rpiIAT WILT. MAIife OLD HARNESS
look new. Pure .Neat's Foot Oil; Harness -Oil,
Hlacklng, Harness Soap, Chamois Skin; '
Atull line if Carriages, Buggies, Phatons,
Harness. Sahdles, Trunks, ? satchels, Bag, '
Sackp, &c. 1 runks repaired by the only prac-
tlcal trunk maker In the State. , ,
file IX) CO ALL BOWDEN,
- , 114 North Frost SU . "
Nxt to D. A. Smith's Furniture 8 to re. O -f
' june 3) ; - - . . , ,
pOR FISHING TACKLE, , ' .'';.. r
.'- AT ,
W. K. SPRINGER h CO'S., f
19. 21 and 33 Market Stect
Tbe largest and best assortment ever offered -In
this market. June SO
' 0. W. Yatcs, '
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, '
- ll'J Market St . Wilmington. N. C. ' -bchool
Rooks and School Supplies, Blank
Boo s of every description In stock and made
to order, vrhen desired. .
Fancy Goods. Albums, Pictures, 'Frames,
Muslcal.lnstrumcntB, Ac. ' '
I- . " ' ' Vi
Bibles. Hymn Books, , ; Prayer Books, Sua
day School Books, &c; ' ' i
- .i. . -j ;.s-v:T H ;; -"
Lithographlog and Engravlng'a specialty. '
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special iilccouct to teacher aud mcr
chants. ' ' - - ,
Dou't rend on for your School or Office Sup- '
plica. We can give. you bottom price and
save vou freight. , ,
Largo stock.of Wrpplns Paper and Paper
Bigs always on hand. v Jane So
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY XOTIFY the
citizens and tho public generally, that I
hvc laid In a fall supply of CII01CR 1UK,
and am now fully prepared to flit ortlcrs at
LOW PRICES, bv the Barrel, Hogsbesd or
Car Load, to all points on tbe Railroads or
lilvers, a ik I hope to eccuro a rcisonablo haro
ot patronage. k. ji, j. ahkkNS,
r. ' Proprietor ot New Jco Hoiso. '
Sendfor Prices. jane 27 lni
"P JR WRIGIITSV1LLK SOUND; will leave
woottci land's Stables DAILY at C 1. IL sharp.
Rcturnlos, w ill 1-avo Sound at 7 A. M. sharp'
june 23 U T. J. SOUTHER LAND.
Munds 15roH. & Oeltosset,
tVlunds Bros. & DeRosset,
Manufactcre a dtliclcus
Extract of Vanlll. .,' ,
Flavor your Ic Cream. ' '
CuAtarda and Paatry wltblt -And
be made bappr and coctcntctt.
Th'a fc xtract la used. La the '
Ice Cream, which has given - '
MUNDS BROS. A DeHOjSET3 Ice
Cream ods WaJer such a t - .
Splenuii repuUtbm. ' J - '
iwK CiKAM hoUA everyday tbl wee.
Nothing of tbe kiml equal it. '
Rendezvous for I-aik.
- Market auttcccwod U ,s --
iuou 23 ; WtlmLDlon, N. V.
1!1G MAUlifcT STKKCT.
XTO COSCNtRUM. At;OUT1UlS :
i Soda W: tcr at Sc per gu It cat'i be
Rood at 2i-i or a ccnu per kLum; tou cuneh
toaiMaiiii Vrtgs a'.tl Um In grtat
varJrtjr. MyioLi Wu-t U alws jg rooii. It
un'i bociceiUxl tryj J.i.' My Cologne lj
tnbva to beii?d. iccCr. am &Jda ocrsilcu
aly. Call oa OL!i JIM COOLLY,
jn'e to -.. - Sl3n-tr.