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AI.FI!i:i) M SCALES,
! ol (JuilforJ. . "
I IKI T. liOVKKNOK; '
( IIAKLKS M. STEDMAN. .
4.f Now Ihui'.vtr. .
y,,r -I i UKTAUV OF STATE :
WILMAM L. SAUNDERS,
rK STATE TKEASUKEIS:
I)()AL1 U . liAliN,.
W. P. ROBERTS,
TIIKODOUE F. DAVIDSON,
I I I KIXTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN
STRUCTION. S. M. FINGER;
' of Cat'twba.
an'iaii: .iustice supreme coirt:
A. S. MEllltlMOX.
tor: ELECTORS-AT LARG E :
W. II. KITCHEN,
.IOIIN N. STAPLES.
Emily Faithful soys .there is no coun
try in the world in which husbands are
pod, so kind and so affectionate as
ip the Dnited Statos. Perhaps Emily
would talk diflerently jt she had one of
b.rd Walter 'Campbell, Loine'
jouuirer bntlier, who learned stock
pimbUng in Wall strest. and who now
i ii broker in Lor.don, has been joined
in the busuC33 by another sprig of nobil
Uy. Chester Moataguo, Lord Mande
A dispatch from Washington to the
Boston Advertiser says: ''It is none the
Uss the fact that Secretaries Lincoln,
Folder, Frelinghuysen and' Judge Ores
,tiaiu have iepiatedly expressed Iheir
astonishment and regret at the Jphicago
Emparor William A the recipient of
J Indian pipe, made ot the so-called
sacred sYone.-' from the Historical
Society of Missouri, as a present on his
recent 67th birthday. Although : it
arrived rather late, it has been most
A gentleman who was on the inside
tho Chicago RepubPcan Convention
expresses the con Gdent .opinion that the
Arthur campaign from first to last did
not cost less than $300,000, and that
the cost I of the Blaine campaignras
very much greater.
At a memorial service in St. Paul'a
church, Cincinnati. Bishop Wiley said
he had once asked Bishop Simpson
about the extraordinary power which
attiraes.Jn the clfmax -of a sermon,
'airly magnetized and mastered his
hearers. "He told me," said' ; Bishop
Wiley, "that he could not explain it;
that it wa3 always a surprise to him
A Boston paper suggests the follow
in5 slate for Blaine for the formation
of his cabinet; Hon. P6weli Clayton.
.Secretary of State ; Hon. John Roach,
Unitary bf the Navy; Hon. FerdU
QdWard. Secretary ot the Treas
;Hon. Sitting BifU. Secretary of
r; lion. Stephen A. Dorsey, Sccre
lary ot the Interior; Hon. Frank
Jaies, Postmaster-General. '
T o thousand francs, divided into five
Ps. nas been offered by a rich wine
rchant of Epernay. France, lor the
st Poem on champagne. : Eleven
jondred poems were sent in. Clovis
"asbes was awarded the first prize of
jeen Hundred francs and Gaston Jol
Jt. the brilUant versifier of Figaro,
ed the second . T wen ty-five others
honorably mentioned, anfireceiy-
a bket ot wine to ncourago them.
wm. G. Cabell. S. Oreson'St..
toonthQ0re-' fW- W s to soffeTed for
anS;S.Wllh sere sciatica, and a few
Painsri 3 ot st- Jacobs Oil. the great
rehever. cured him.
dicks i?l?ofnewiy hatched
' n Thin People. .
balth . 1?ealth Renewer" restores
eotrnS7l2or, cures DySDepsia; Im-
DexnaVDebiUty. .81. cod
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IHDEX TO MEW &OYERTISEMEMTS.
F C Milleu Conundrum
A W KlVEsni.KK Monday '
Heinrbeegeb dJaac Balis a-d Bits
C W YATE8 Bookseller and . tV mcr
MUKDS Bros. & DeRosset rTimely Notlcs
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Day's length 14 hours aud 29 minutest
Gen. II. IV Taylor of this city, is in
IUI r)l. ' '
Sunset to-morrow, afternooa at
minutes past 7 o'clock
Fullest assortment d Fishing Tackle
can be found at J a corn's. f
There were no interments in Relie
vuc Cemetery this week.
. . j
No mor holidays now until Thanks
giving, nearly' live months.
There were two interment, in Oakdale
Cemttery this week; both adults.
There weie thive interments in Pine
Forot Cemetery this wee k! a!
Every Farmer cught to get a "Boy J
Cipper Plow." greatest invention ol
the age-. jACor.i is the Agent- f
German brig Kmiiiu, Voss. cleared
lo-dsy for Wolgast. Ger. with 178,924
feet lumber, valued at $3,573. shipped
by Air. W., Walter.
The Register ot Deeds issued two
marriage license- this week, one of
which was for a white, and one lor a
A liberal use of lemons and lemonade
his sort of weather has the best effect
upon debilitated people. Equal parts
of lemon juice and water, without stf
gar, nre the best proportions.
Ella Martin, colored, was brought
before the Mayor thia morning charged
with being drunk and disorderly yes
terday morning." . She admitted the
fact, but plead in extenuation that it
was the anniversary of her birth day.
This was not considered sufficient ex
cuse and she was fined $5, in default of
which she was sent below for 30 days.
Ellen Smith, colored, for disorderly
conduct, was-fined 5. in default ol
which she also was sent below for 30
Everybody in want of Paint.-?, White
Lead. Glass &c. should go to Ja'COBi's
to get bes,t qualities and- lowest prices.f.
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We are very sorry to hear; as wo do
from a note received by us from Sheriff
Tay&r, that the recent heavy mins
have inflicted very serious damage .on
the growing crops in some portions of
Brunswick county. Sheriff Taylor live
on Town Creek and he writes that the
hopes of good crop3 in tha locality have
been blasted. It ha3 rained there for
eight days corn and cotton have been
washed "up and a large portion of the
land has been under water f or several
days. The cotton crop there will be
almost a complete failure. The Sheriff
tells us that he has lived on Town
Creek ever since 1852 and his never
yet een as much water on the earth on
the first ot Juiv as tnere is now in
Another large consignment ofSasb,
Doors & Blinds at Factory prices, just
received at Jacobi's Hardware Depot.f
Wo lind in tho Raleigh Register a
series of admirable sketches of each
one of the distinguished ecntlenien who
appiar on our State ticket and wc have
been so much pleased with a perusaljof
them that wc wish our readers to share
thepleasure, With this end in view we
will publish them" all, beginning with
that of General Scales, which appears
on tho third page of this issue. That
ol MaJ, Stedman will, appear on Mon
day, Col. Saunders will follow on Tues
day and the rest wiil be taken in regu
lar order. As tbi3 is all matter of his
toric interest and of men who will them
selves pass into history, our readers will
do well to preserve these issues ot the
Phre Cod-Liveu Oil made from
selected livers, on the seashore, by Cas-
weiju Hazard & Co., New xorK. it
is absolutely pure and sweet. Paticnls
who have once taken it prefer it to all
others. Physicians have decided it su
perior to any ol tno otner oi;s in marKct.
Hands. Face.. Pimples,
and rough Skin, cured by using J usi-
per Tak Soap, mauo oy uaswell,
Hazakd & Co . New York, th 3 w
i - m . , . " ....
Wo invite the attention of onr citizens
to the fact that first quality r shirts are
beinsxnade to order at one dollar at tho
Wilmington Shirt Factory. i
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WILMINGTON. N. C..
THE FOURTH OF JU1V.
Its Pleasures. Incidents ami
Acciriiils The Itesratta at
the Sound Serenade to
Stedman. Base Ball Acci
dent to one of the Goldsborol
NIne--Kxcurioii on the P;u-h-port
r-The Hocks Smith ville
during the Iaylisplay "of
Bunting Dancing at J the
Pavilion, Smi.Hhiiie and ICain
The City Ueriopulated.
Yesttrday was indeed! a gala day to the
people ot Wilmington, although it was
enj.jed m the main by tiipo to the
Sound, to the Roc,ks and to Smithville.
leaving our streets with' the quiet ap
pearance of a Sunday morniiiir. For
several uijs we might alrnot say
wetks the disposition to be Jiiadc t
the national holiday has been a subject
for c;iivi rsitton. among many of our
people ami as the day approached
nearer it h is beon a matter of considtr
ation winelifof the attractions afforded
should be e jycd It was ' apparent
that there would be no notable event in
the city to ' attract', the attention arid.
tins being setttufi, tne queinon arose
'Where shall we go?" At Wrightsville
there was t ) be a regatta, a match
game of base ball the presence, ot the
Cornet Conceit Club and the Wilming
ton Light Infantry, besides Jho ball at
night, and the oDly drawback to thi.
resort was tho expense with some andt he
impossibility with others to secure
teams with which to go there. There
was, however, a large number of our
ckizens who visited that popular resort,
and it wa3 estimated by competent
judges that a thousand Wilmingtonians
were at Wrightsville during the day.
There were 207 carriages passed the
toll gate during the 12 hours ended at 5
o'elock yesterday afternoon, and it is
safe to say that they woulcP average
tour in each carriage, which, added to
the number who journeyed thither on
foot and the large number who went
down on Thursday night, makes the
estimate of a thousand entirely reason
The day opened beautifully, but in a
short time the sun became obscured
and about 9 o'clock yesterday morning
the rain began to fall, and there were
freqpent showers during the day. This
natural-drawback did not, however,
tn4a,terially iuterlere with the pleasures
of the day. The people were bound to
have their sport,- and were not, to be'
deterred 4y any such trifle as a slight
sprinkle of Tain. r
At 10:30 o'clock the Cornet Concert
Club proceeded to the residence of
Maj." C. M. Stedman and serenaded
him in honor of his nomination which
is s equivalent to on election as the
Democratic nominee for Lieutenant
Governor of North Carolina.. After
the Club had discoursed some of their
best music in superb style, Maj. Sted"
man appeared and thanked them for
their courtesy in a brief and appropri
ate speech, at the conclusion of which
he invited them into his house4, where
a hasty but bountiful collation had been
prepared for them and to which they
did ample justice. The Club then re
turned to the Seaside Park Hotel.
- TIIE BASE BALL GAME.
The two base ball nines who were to
play a match game of base ballihe
Seaside Park, of this city, and the Na
tional, ot Goldsboro were formed in
line, and, escorted by the Cornet Con
cert Club, marched to their respective
positions on the Seaside Parklgrounds.
The commencement of tho game was
somewhat delayed in consequence of
the rain and was not called until about
noon. During the third inning the
catcher of the Nationals got badly hurt
by being struck ty a ball in the temple.
He continued to play, however , until
the fifth inning when the gamo was
called with a score of 8 for the - Seaside
Park, to 5 for the National. The game,
until the accident, was skillfully played
and hotly contested on both side?, ' and
had it continued to the end the result
would have been impossible to prede
termine. THE KEG ATT A.
At 3 :30, p. m , the yachts started on
their first iacothis season in the fol
Bubble Capt. R. Cameron.
Mabel Capt. G. II. Smjth. I
Bessie Lee Capt. O; A. Wiggins.
ailgc Capt. W. Li Smith. Jr
Guk Capt. J. H.Bradley.
Besttcss Capt. S. P. Cowan.
Bosa Commodore Pembioke Jones.
Letlie Capt. G. U. Greene.
- Zephyr -CapCH. M.Bawden. .
' MisccUQavU G. D. Parsley -' ;
SATURDAY. JULY 5,
The Frolic, Capt. C. W. .Worth,
was to hare Failwl. but but in coming
over parted her stay, in consequence
of which she diil not e iter. In round
iai buoy No. 2, off the Club House
wharf, the yaclus Gli(LUUic, and Ma
bel eapsiz-d and were not in at the fin
ish. The .yach.s Bubble. Bessie IjCC and
Zephyr became disable 1 during the race
and were consequently withdrawn'. This
left only four boats to finish i he rae
wh'ch vas won by the licst'css, the
Bosa coming in second; 'followed by
th ! MuscoU and Mubc in the order
Tne distance ea lod was8 miles over
the uiual cour.-e. Tiie judgf-s were
Messrs. J. L. Dudley, OA-eh Fen n ell."
and J. J. Bowden. There wa3 a stiff
bretze blowing which at time almost
amounte 1 to the magnitude of a gale of
wind. Tin prizes, which consisted ot
a1 silver, goblet to the wianiug boa ,
lhi Restless,! a marine glass to the Rosa,
and a fine 'picture to the Mudge, which
was tle last boat c"mplctiog the course
were then awarded by Mr. George
W. Kidder, atcompanyiag each award
with neat and appropriate lvniarks
This closed the sports of the day and
we are happy to say without any
further damage to any than a thorough
d lcking to some of the y achtsmen
when their boats capsized. . There was
no drurjkenness and consequently no
disorder or disturbance to. mar the
pleasures of the dny.
At night there
was a bill at the Seaside
which was' well attmdtd and at which
the dancing was kept up until a late
DOWN THE KIVEK.
At precisely 9 o'clock yesterday
morning the steamer Passport, Capt.
Harper, left her wharf at the foot of
Market street for her trip down the river,
bearing one of the largest excursion
parties we have ever seen on that de
servedly popular boat. There were the
old, the middla aged and the young of
both sexes, bound for a day of pleasure
and recreation. The weather was
threatening, the wind blew briskly and
there were two or three quite smart
showers on the way down the river.
but none were seriously incommoded
and all were good natured and in the
best of spirits. Arriving at the 'Rocks1'
about one third of the party landed
there to fish and in other ways pass the
time until the return of the boat. As
soon as these were landed the steamer
resumed her coarse and in a sf time
was alongside her wharf at Smithville
The revenue cntter Colfax, which was
4at-anchor in the stream off the town,
was gaify d,ecorated with bunting as
wer,Iso one of the pilot boats, some
of the vessels in ' the harbor and the
signal office on shore.4 Many of the
passengers landed here while others
went to Fort Caswell to enjoy the
breezes of the ocean, and about fi fty
ventured to take a trip to sea. It was
quite rough outside and the little craft
plunged hawse holes under at every
heave of the sea, keeping her forward
deck deluged with water. It is unnec
essary to say that there was sickness
among those venturesome passengers.
It would be saying too much to state
that all were - sick, for they were not;
bat a large proportion were miserably
Those who landed at Smithville soon
dispersed themselves about the town,
the most of them, however, seeking the
pleasant shade, the cool breezes and
delightful view afforded by the Hotel
Brunswick Pavilion, where some cf
them, in a few moments, were
gliding over the floor in the
mazy dance, their feet im
impelled by the merry music of Kcre-
sey's Quadrille Band. Others repaired
to the Hotel, Brunswick, where mine
host,. Mr. Sublett, was in waiting to
extend every courtesy and accommoda
tion to hi3 guests. At noon the people
were startled by the loud report of a
cannon on board the Colfax, which
was soon followed by another and an
other until the national salute was fircdl
So much has been said of the Hotel
Brunswick, the Pavilion and the nu
merons improvements made for -the
comfort ancl convenience of guests, in
the columns of the Review, that little
can be added. It is indeed a delightful
place; the entire business is condutced
m first class order by accomplished,
experienced a-d courteous attendants,
and it is worthy ; tho most liberal pat
- THE UETUKX. .-J
At 4 o'clock p. m., the Fassporl,
which had returned some time before :
from her sea trip, had her passengers
all on board, swung away from
the" wharf and "scimed op
the river on her rctnro. In jast 30
minutes shercschetl tho Rocks, where
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she waited an hour to give those who
flesired an opportunity to g- 'ashore.
Nearly all availed themselves of the
pleasure, seme to fish, some to wander
along the rocks, some to visit the Itttlc
cluster of. houses and a few
ladies to the bathing house to
in an invigorating bath.- At the ap
pointed time the whistle sounded ant
wc were aga;n soou. under way for
home, where w all arrived and were
safrly landed, in due season. The: o
was neither accident nor disorder dur
ing the cn'irc day and thcivcrdict of
tb.3 passengers, was that It had been a
delightful excursiou, and that much
credit was due to Capt. Harper jfor his
kindness and courtesy "in helping to
make the trip pleasant and agreeable.
Thus ended the Fourth of July 18S1.
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Church Services To-Morrov.
St. John's Cbureli, corner Third km! Utd
t'rM streets. JJev. James Caruiicbacl. J. D."
Kcctor. Fourth umlav after Inn'Jy, July U,
J8sT Moraln.cr Prjyer and Holy Communion
at 1 1 o'ciock. Sunday school at 5 o'clock, v.
First Baptist Church, corner of larkcl and.
Fifth streets, lie tf.T. 11. Pritctiard, i.
I)a-tor. Suuday -scho 1 al 9.10 a. in Services
at 11 a. m . an- 8 15 p. m. After toe morn
ing services tho Lord's hupi er wilt bo a -inin;
isto cd. Kfgular monthly churth meetinjr
Monday nlgbt at S o'clock. 'Prayer and 1'ra'fcC
meeting Thursday night at at 8 13 o'clock.
Second Presbyterian Church, -; corner of
Fourth and Campbell streets. Prayer meet
iogtrlla. m Mo services at night. Sabbath
school at 4 p.m. ; ,j
St. Paul's Evan. Lutheran Church, corner of
Sixth and Market streets, licv. F. W'.T E. l'es
chau, Pastor, fcrghhh bcrviccs at 11 b'cL ;k,
a. m. ' No services at night. Sunday School at
D.UQ a. ni. W. JI. Strauss, Superintendent.
Fifth Street M. E. Church, between Nuuand
Church streets, Kcv. "W. 1. Hull, pjustor.
Services at 11 a. m: and S p. m. ; CLibd meet
ng at 3 p. m. ;,lrayer meeting Thursday even
ng at 7s oclojck. .
Front Street M. E. Church, South, corner of
Front and Walnut streets, liev. On K. A.
Yates, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and p.
m. Sabbath school at 3 p. in., W. M. Parkfr,
superintendent. Prayer meeting and lecture
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. : Christian
Association Tuesday evening after lirst and
third Sabbaths, at 8 o'dlock. Scats free and
strangers and visitors cordially invited.
Religious services In Tilcston Upper Koom
every Sunday at 3 P M. Public cordially in
vitcd. Seamen's Bethel, Dock between , Water and
Front streets. Capt. W. J. pottery Missiona
ry to the Seamen.? Services every Sunday at
10.30 a. m and 4.30 p. m. Seamen and all
othcr3 arc cordially invitert. Seats free. Part
of the service will bo in Norwegian, conducted
by capt. cnus'iansen
St Thomas' Pro-Cathedral. First Mass at 1
a m. Second Mass at 10 a. m. Vcaners and
Benediction at 5 o'clock p m.' Daily Muss at
o:.ju a m.
Christ Churcli(Congregatlohalist)Niin street,
between Sixth and Seventli. iley. D. D. Dodge,
minister, l'reacnuig servicps at ll o clock, a
m. and S o'clock, p. m. Pastor's Bible Class
at 12.15 p. m, Prayer and Praise mcetingJ
wcuncsuay, : b o'clock, p. m. Sunday Scikm)!,
jo clock, p. ni.. in Memorial llaiL corner 711
and Nun sts.
Secoml Baptist Church, on Sixth, 'lfetw ecu
Pastor. Services at.ll a. and 8 p. tn. 'Sun
lay Scliool at Da. m. Prajjr. meeting ctcry
x uesuay nignt. , i -
First Baptist) Church, (col.) corner ol rlftli
and Campbell streets, A. M. Conw ay pastor.
x'rcacnin ai iu.au a. m.. 3 p. m.. ana .w p.
jjm. S. S. School at I p. m . ' .
A Fair Offer
The Voltaic Belt Co.,of Marshall,
Mich.f offer Co send Dr. Dye's Celebrat
ed Voltaic Belt and Electric Appliances
on trial, for thirty days, to men,' old
and young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality, and many other
See advertisement in this. paper.
t th s eow&w
NEW ADVEUTISEftI ENTS
A ND ALL THE WEEK YOU WILL find
large consignments of Apples, Peaches, Pears,
Chickens, Eggs and all other country produce.
These goods must be sold at obac. Call on
A. W. KIVKNBARK,
The. Live Grocer and Commission Merchant,
114 North Water st
jnly 5 , Wilmington, N. C.
State of North Carolina, Pender County.
E. T. Hancock and WYT. Daggett, parlies in
iraae as n an cock a xtsggctt.
W. F. 'Monroe :
Before B. N; Blood worth, J P.
THIS IS A CIVIL ACTION TO BECOVEE
of the defendant. Vf . F. Monroe, anac
count for goods, wares and merchandise, sold
and delivered, amounting to One Hundred and
Six dollars and Eighty five cents. ($1065)
with Interest from 18th Angus;, lfeSS, and to
enforce a lien for the same on a lot of land at
Point Caswell, in Pender County, on the N.
E. corner of Simpson and Paddlson Avenues.
120 feet square. The defendant is required to
appear ai me omce or u . Bloot worth, J.
P., In Burgaw, In paid County of Penler, on
the 21st day of August, 1831, and answer or
demur to the complaint. i
B M. BLOODWOBTir, J. P.
DuBrutz Cutlas, PlalnCfTs Att y.
June 28 law Qw sat i
TXTILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
MILL! NEB Y GOOD 3,
fellOW CASES. MIBROB3,
al oat dur az the ux two weeks.' " " ..
Part'ci wanting an j thing In my hno will
fi ni It advantageous to call and examine early..
ucsr-cetfully, - ! - -
MB'. S, J. BAKES,
jancaOlw' !0. 12lllarict'&t.
yATCUMAKEB A JEWELLEI
tnr Chronometer. Fine . Watches .' 1
and Jewelrr repai rt-j and warraate l.
Upjio-:j.2-. iiartet, iro'-tst-
. PLEAfiS KOXICS. . ,
w wiin gijm to reoclvs ewasatUcjtBolL
- w. uicaci ca any ana an utjict.
general Intercsltmt . ,1 , . - ' '
The ume ct the writer must alwara b
taahaa, to tn Eoaor.
i- . ..
j cosimTuaic3iuona mint b
writtn ca en)
It Is especially and pamcnlarry onfer
tood that the Editor does not always endorse
tho views of correspondents nnlsdui so stsu.
uo emtoruu coiuBans.
First National Bank of Wil
, . mington; -
A DIVIDEND OF TIinEEl AND .A HALF
nitA? l.n l1' by the! Eosr.1 ot
uircctors of this Bank payable on tho 10th
A. WALliKK, ;
It is a Fact That
HUMPIIUEV. JENKINS & CO. keep a
ficsh fciipply cverv day of Apples, Peach-
8. Pe.., Whprtlcberrti8, Cherries. Torai.
tts. atcrtnclon$ and Canta!ouif s: alfio
LMckc'lKkAGd Kg8,.tC j X - -
CousIgncionU of tho above solicited ad. nat
If ac:Iou guaranteed, tilvo s a trUl is all we
asW. No. Hi South Front et.- -T
Jul . 1 . ; .
F-llt-T CLA.S4 ICE ChK AM PAUIJU
al iheoorwrof Front nn I M-iillrrr' etnets
u uore purest Cream lu tho city can ho fouml.
Uidies nd gentlemen arc rexpec fully Invited
ur;leraTon ptly filled anl dchvertd froc of
chaive MU. Mm. J. U H-Jllic".
luac i lin in.4.:
THAT WILL MAKfc OLD UAUVK83
1 look new. Pur? Neifa r ant fi l iiu,.
v'ii, iiacRiug,-ijj.rnes8 oap,hsmoi .sklw:
i -- -t iivin,
aruess fcahdles. Trunks, atchcls. Bag.
Sacks, &c. i runksf epaircd by the only prac
tical trunk maker in the tUte. -
, aicIOtlNALl. BOWDEN,
H4 North FrorVSt. '
N.ixpto I). . Smith's Furniture torc
june3 - - , . ,
C. W. Yates,
BOOKSELLKlt AND STATIONER; K
.119 Market St . Wilmington N. CJ. v
school lioaks and School uppjlqa, lU.ink
Bor s of ory description in slock and made
to order, when desired. :
Fancy Goods, 1 lbums, Pictures, : Frames.
Musical I U3trnmcnt3, Ac.
Bibles. Hymn Books, Prayer Pooks, Sun
day School Books, &c. .
- . - ' 1 T f ' .
Lithographing and Engraving a eiKscialty.
S Special 'discount, to teachers and mcr
chants. , ,
Don't fend off for yor School or Oflieo $np
piles. We can give you bottom prices and'
save You freight. i , -. .
Large stock of . Wrapping Paper and Taper
Bags always on hand. jane M
Car Load, to all ioints on the Railroads or
Rivcr.4, ami hoH5 to secure a reasonable thare
of patronage. ts. II. .7. AURRNS,
,' . Proprietor of New Ice House
Send for Prices. ( ' june 27 lm '
Ilurraii for Our Ticket !
rjUIE OLD NOUTH STATE
J. K. In NoVciubcr. Wc hav
WILL BE D.
have tho strongest
and continues to keep -the coolest Beer, the
choicest Cigars, and the purest Whiskey to bo
found in the city. Call at No. 6 So. Front St..
and ecc what McGOWAN can do for you, ;
Base JJalls and Bats
QF ALL KINDS.- . , . ,
Hammocks, three kinds, very Litest style?.
LcttOS, tWO alzCS. ' ' '
ABC. Cards and Blocks, I
Bubber Balls, all sizes. ;
Kltchcr Harmonicas, the verytXEL I v
Violins, Gruitar and Banjo Strings ' Js-
i and Violin Bows.
J ust received and for salo cheap at .
Live -Book and Mnslo Stores.
- Timely Notice.
... v - . 4 ...
JT WOULD BE WELL' XOR EVJCBY MAN
In Wllmlngtoa, intending to spend tho Gkrl
oua Fonrfh is i Tf'nllHiV r ilrk .
' - l .,; . . . " . "t i
Munds Bros. & DeRosset's
Drug Store and purchase & fcwolticlr PaUce
tegars, decidedly lhc best 30 jcents Segarln
the city, or the Calcutta Cheroot, which every-
body kuox Is worth the 5 cent' ak:d for It,
A word t y the wise." etc, ,' ; .
The Mayo Housed -
AT i OBT FISHES. 13 ONE OF THE
most pleasant resorts In the State THE FIN
EST BATHING, BOITIKO AND FISHING
FACILITIES. Best Liquors and Cfgars. Flh,
Shrimps, Clams and Terrapins scrred In every.
style MW CHARGES VERY MODERATE.
Parties going down on Steamer Ps'ssnort can
pend abuat alx hours at th) Point and remm
MDie day Those wUIj1d to go out&idc to lUh
on boutht-rn t:;k wilt hive to remain over
night A an Icare the r!ty at 4 o'clock. In - the)
stternooa, on steamer Lmilse, and reurn next
evening; Mrs. Mavo will look af cr the rora
fort t ladles. . ,Vf. E. J1ATO.
City Drug Store-;; 4
!ilO DIAi&IIirf STUE17T.
XTtCONUNORUM, AL'OUT tlllisf i , '
l-l Sola-Wi tcr at 5c icr g!as tt tua't hn
good at 3i or 3 cents tier gUsi; t3 mt:ch
loam and gss). Dru and Cleats la rrrat
variety. My tvvia Water L a' 3 r -i. It
can't exccliaj errry d."j. : .. t -
tht bca. to be fcs L l Lr n r
aly. CUoa -OLD" Jl.'i ,
r-lM C I?;:. . . . -. -
Ice. Ice. I - Ice
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY the
citizens and the public generally, that I
Invc laii in a full supply of CHOICE ICE.
LOW PRICES, bv the BarreL Hno-shom.! a
ouim j.:ck.ci, we nave nau since tho war. -Every
ledy is pleased and ready to go tlbwork.
TooOidNorthStato Saloon" is rt