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3S-f VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON, N. C.t THURSDAY; JULY 10, 1884.
oodtnat the Editor doe not always dw so
the views ox corrapondats calta to state.
iTSubsc , regularly.
la the editorial columns.
n. T . L'VIM nJUl MmILCZ Mil LUb I -
circuMion of any newspaper
. , fLo ritv of Wilmington, jEi
-2-n,irdion'. of any newspaper joL
f Elects Tuesday, Kov. 4.
HU OOVEIKQK :
LFKEI M. SCALES. m
p.K UEtT. GOVEllXOU: ,
ClIAlltES M. STEDMAN.
of New Hanover.
roi ecketaky" of state-.
KOi: STATE TREASURER:
DONALD W. BAIN,
W P. ROBERTS,
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
. of Buncombe.
ri'V l :i XTENDENT OF PUBLIC -IN-
i STRUCTION :
SJ M. FINGER,
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT:
t'OH ELECTORS AT LARGE:
JOHN N. STAPLES.-
Ben Butler has not appeared in a
nomnnmtin National Convention since
he figured at Charleston and Baltimore
Snnw ia fifttf feet deeD in some of the
gorges oflthe' San Francisco Mountains,
Arizona, which rear their heads more
than 14,000 feet above sea level-
A largejpublic clock with, a twemty-
focr hours .rdial has been set up at a
f central point in San Francisco with a
t!aw nf tamiliarizine the public with
IIV11 W - '
Senator Bavard is a man of family,
lie has nine daughters and three sons.
Jf he should happen to be qhosen Pres
cient, it will be.necessary to put another
story on tho White House.
Victoria has healthfully begun the
forty-eigth year of her reign and her
only predecessors in holding the throne
for remarkably long periods were Hen
ry III., Edward III. and George III.
respectively for 56, 50 and 60 year3.
It is stated in the Sti Louis Post-Dis-patch
that fully four-fifths of the popu
lation of St. Louis habitually chew
gum. It says : I "Men keep it in their
houses and In their pockets, and 'have
some chewing gum? is nearly as corns
mon as "take a drink," or "take a ci
gar." The fifth band of youthful despera
does nine and ten year3 of age has been
discovered jia Pennsylvania. They
ensaged in shoplifting and wanted to
paint tho town of Easton red. It is a
fact, remarks the Savannah News, that
James G. Blaine has been earnestly held
P as a model to the boys of Pennsyl
The redaction made in the reyenue
by the operation of the act passed by
t.He I Forty-seventh Congress, during
the fiscal year which, ended on Monday,
was $12,000,000. This is less than" the
estimate made by the friends of the
tteasare, which showed a. probable
reduction of $70,000,000; but it i3 a
Tery material lessening of Treasury re-
WonieD, both in France and Switzer-
lwd.have a far more important role in
tbe family, among the middle and low
er classes, than with us. The -female,
though not exempt from hard work, un
dertakes the thinking and managing
department In family affairs, and the
aosbandis but the executive officer.
Switzerland especially the female is
notably superior in manners, habits,
kct and intelligence to the huBband.
Dr. Newman Hall, the distinguished
QiTine, celebrated on Friday the thir
teeth anniversary of his pastorate . in
ndon. He said that the Fourth of
Jalj was the birthdav of his wife, of
W beautiful church and of American
dependence. Various speakers eulo-
Kized Dr. I Hall's efforts on both
des of tho Atlantic in favor of tern
rwftuceana the creation of mutual es-
jwa between the two English-spcak-1DS
worlds, i .
m if r v i
.ow is the time to give Smith's Worm
au9 DiauuK iinwp. TnR 9iiiA70i TiftvoL I
ist, is reported to be seriously sick from
rennrfert t- ho eoriniicitf.tnir
u vurit inougn mere is coining in
ncr books to indicate such a fact.
Senator Logan has two brothers, hv-
ing at; his old home, Murpbysborougk.
Ills., ona of them beinir nostma9ter
there, and the other a stock farmer, re
ported to have some of the finest horses
in the State.
At a. sale of unclaimed freight the
other day in Baltimore a number of
tombstones were sold which had lain
in a freight house for twelve years.
A few brought fifty cents apiece, but
the greater number brought only five
Young Allen Arthur sails under the
nickname of Precious Thing at Prince
ton, all because hts Presidential father,
in a speech at the college, said that he
had shown how much he thought of
Princeton 'by leaving hi3 - son the
most precious thing he had in life-
Immense numbers of paper bottles
are now made in Germany. Ten per
cent, of rags,' forty of straw and fifty of
brown wood pulp are used in making
them. A coating of defibrinted fresh
blood, lime and sulphate ot ammonia
makes this substance perfectly proor
against all kinds of liquids.
Colonel Charles Gordon Greene.
fonnder of the Boston Post, who has
just celebrated his eightieth birthday
anniversary, began his editorial career
in 1821, at the age of seventeen, in the
office of the Boston Slateswan. He
started The Post in 1831, and remained
actively in charge ot it iorty-nve years.
At a meeting of the gas . engineers of
London it was shown to the satisfactiop
of those bresent that gas can hold the
fort against any possible 'exploits o
electricity. The price of gas in London
is 66c to 75c per 1,000 leet, ana it was
intimated that the companies have by
no means reached their limits.
Mr. Kassoiawho goes to Uerlin as
the American minister, nas oeen a
suitor for the hand of Miss Frelinghuy-
sen, the daughter of Secretary Freling-
huysen. "He has addressed her twice,"
writes a correspondent, "but his offer
was both times rejected. The lady, it
is said, did not so much object to Mr.
Kasson as she did to going to the
Northwest to live."
The international office of the Postal
Union has published a table ot tho re
ceipts in 1883. The United States head
the list with 220,579,892 francs. Ger-
many rank's next, with 213.111,609
rronne Yirftf Rritnin ! third with
206,270,024 francs. J France received
157,59,772. The amount then drops
more tnan one-naii, -ausiro-nungary
reporting G6,276,833 francs and Russia
60.943,468 francs. The Postal Union
infilndes nearlv everv nation on the
globe, and "the pre-eminence of tne
United States is a distinguished indica
tion ot the commercial, social and gen
eral intellectual activity of tho people..
Mr Hnrrv Williams. DrU22iSt ana
NTfttarw Pnhlir Greenville. Cal.. writes:
T UoTTrt aaan mrvra hpnpfit. derived from I
x uavo ovu luvu - ; ,t:
a single application
incle aDDlication of St. Jacobs uu
than any remedy I have ever
sold in "twenty yeare."
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
For the Campaign
Warsaw High School
Scoville & Co Notice
T C Miller Conundrum
Heiksberqeb Baso Balls and Bats
C W Yates Bookseller and Stationer
Munds Bros. & DeRosset Tachtmen
E D Hall, Mayor Withdrawal of Reward
TorTiP pontinue verv scarce in this
jl. vmwmv r
Cantelopes were scarce thisnornin
Thov rptftilod at from 10 to 15 cents
A UVJ W'
each for the best. .
At 3 o'clock this afternoon the. ther
mometer in this ofllce registered 85 de
grees. j ,,'
Nor. baroue Jernacs, Neilsen,
this place, arrived at London on the
"There is an unmaiiable letter in the
PostofEce here addressed to Alfred
Scales, Guilford, N. C.
a monetpr rattlesnake was killed at
fKo cfnnA nnarrv at Gander Hall, a day
IIUV w m v -j - rf
or two since, which had 16 rattles.
We invite the attention of our citizens
tn the fact that first quality shirts are
bein0, made to order at one aouar b mo
Wilmington Shirt Factory? tf.
Fullest assortment of Fishms Tackle
III H I T
notyi nonn a fo n rr a rirvrtv i . wmio
ltv,0 - a jnrn w m.vn if
others adore a bang.
point to let noining escape onr
Silver coin ot the
25 and 50 are
rather t scarce,
There have been
but few turned out
been reappointed by the Governor a
j? r . l ' it . i i r it r r I
ujrcciorm inc ixoriu uaroaua
The engineers engaged . in the :pre-
linlinary survey ot the Onslow Rail-
road had reached McComber'a store.
seven miles lrom the city, last night.
ni-oil man I 7 Y nCO
names we suDDress Dv reauc3i, were
brought before the Mayor thi3 morning,
charged with disorderly conduct. A
fine of S3 was imDOsed upon i one of
them and a fine of $1 on the other.
The story which was in circulation on
our streets last night that Ben Butler
had been shot at Chicago for j looking
cross-eved at one of the Democratic
delegates from Texas, is authoritatively
denied. ' i !
The employes of the Acme Manu
facturing Company, with their families,
came down on an excursion train from
Cronly this morning and took 'passage
ot the Passport for a day's pleasure at
Smithville and the Forts. The party
numbered about 70, all told.
Attention is invited o the remarkable
liberal offer made in this issue !by Mr-
P. M. Hall, the publisher of that sterling
Democratic paper, the Raleigh Reyistert
and also to the "Hand book of North
Carolina Politics" soon to be issued by
him. There is no money in this thing
and the price has been placed at about
the cost of production so as to
distribution all over the State.
In speaking of the resolutions adopt
ed on the steamer Passport, on the 4th
inst., there was a mistake in the name
of Capt. Harper. It should have read
J,.W. Harper, instead of "J. IT. Har-
rer " as it appeared. We followed
copy, and the mistake occurred in
drawing up the resolutions. We pre
sume, however, that every one knows
who was meant.
At tihe Rocks.
n... .C.n. otnlTiitnnBni thia WOO IT Ol
r-t- , ?
Tr ITnnca of fho l?orlra T1fl
w- wa ,hn .;n;nt nf mnh
uxAa offnntlnn thA hands of
IYUIKJ lUSlO "
the excellent hostess. He bears out the
assertions ot an wno navej stoppea
there, that Mr, ana Mrs. Mayo try nara
to please and satisfy their guests, and
tha first instance of a failure is yet to
The River and Harbor bill, as finally
passed, gives to North Carolina rivers:
CaDe Fear, above Wilmington, 50,-
000: Cape Fear, below Wilmington,
$200,000; Beaufort; $20,000; kdenton
Bay, $10,000; Trent River, ;$ 10,000;
Contentnea or Moccasin River, $5,000;
Currituck Sound, $5,000; Neuse River,
$20,000 ; New River , $5,000 ; . Pamlico
nnd Tar Rivers . 5.000; Roanoke
. r- D,nn. (f'O
Kirpr s.i. Hi acuDueruuus pr
The lighter American aalet loaded
itu Me;n if(i whioh she was bound
wuu " . .
A 4-U. t enma VP.SSP.l HOW fit
uuwu iuc . v-w -w
Smithville, sunk last nignt at tnemoum
nf Snow's Marsn cnannei. one is in
. . 1 01
. ' a '
u - :4-Mt;sNvi Hot- if. ia thnnrnr. rnftt
ucu 71" u nZ Z: Z Z
the rosin on her deck will not be float-
ed off at high water. We get ; this in
thronffh the courtesy of
CaDt. Woodsidos,.of the steam yaeht
Louise, who could give us no
A WarUi Wave.l
A warm wave is said to be moymg in
this direction from the JNortn. on
Tuesday the thermometer was 91 at
VonVtnn 05 at Omaha ana yo as
A ftUM.w'WMV -
Leavenworth. It is thought' that il
will rpap.h the Atlantic seaboard to-
V f .
morrow. As the New York Herald
aaygt aa this is the period in which the
Trinrfalitv amons infants under one
year of age begins to mount up in cities
to such fatal proportions, the heat
chances should bo closely watched by
all who haye the care of - this hopeful
part of our population, and the utmost
pains taken in their hygienic treatment.
In view of the increase of cholera
abroad, now is the time for our health
authorities also to put the - city in the
1 oess sanitary coamuua ywauw
not her lanro consignment of Sash,
w 11 mm mmw i
Doors & Blinds at 'Factory prices, just
received at JacobTs Hardware Depot. f
The advertisement of the , Warsaw
TTiffh School ftnnPfir ?nnnh or mlnmn
e f f w w w W m,mm
of this issue. It is a flourishing insti
tmioc ana we are glad to notice the
prosperity which has attended it under
its present able, competent and con
scientious management. The terms
are reasonable., thn Innattnn hfjilthv.
ihe neljrhborhood mnml nnrl Ihft
DrinciDal3 will SDarfl m n! .in!l tn ivft
' - " o- "
ilar.nwfni uA u
patronage of the public.
The call of States, was proceeded with
to-day, at the conclusion of which the I
Convention adjourned until 8 o'clock to j
night. The names thus far put innom-
ination were Bayard, of Delaware,
Cleveland, of New York. Carlisle,
Vow Ynrlr" r'nrlislp
of Kentucky, McDonald, of
Indiana. Randall, of Pem-
sylvania, and Thurman, of Ohio. Of
these six candidates, the outlook at the
hour of adjournment was strongly fa
vorable to Cleveland, and it would not
surprise us if he is nominated on the
second or third ballot.
We regret to hear that Mr. Join
Munson is no better to-day. His con
dition is considered critical.
WS are glad to hear that Mrs
James A. Willard, whose serious ill.
ness in Baltimore was spoken ot by us
two days ago, is better, the gratifying
news having been' received here this
Geni. R. D. Johnston and Capt. A. G.
Brenizer. of Charlotte, with their fam
ilies. came down on the Carolina Cen
tral train thi3 morning, and went to
Smithville on the Passport, where they
will make an extended stay at the Hotel
Brunswick and the seashore.
As will be seen by an advertisement
in a another column, Messrs Scoville
& Co., of Seaside Park Hotel, at
Wrightsville Seundj have made every
arrangement for the accommodation
f guests. Mr. llarrT Yebb, so
favorably known in this city, is f he
catera. The hotel has telephonic com-
if Jt a
munication wnn tne city, so mac par
ties desiring rooms or meals can be
speak the same before leaving here.
The navillion is lishted everv niffht.
the musicians are all the time in at
nni1nio on thflk ft nanpmtf nnvfv
W""! "v ' J
supper can be arranged here, by means
1 . . t 1
tne convenient Leiepuouu, auu every
1,1. 1 j: 1 41... i
"n? liT,,u?B- K
reacn iue ouasiuo x iUA..
Here are a number of very seasonable
hints culled from an exchange, which
will apply well to the warm Summer
Don't worry too much. A person
who is constantly fidgeting would work
himself into a perspiration in a refrig
Don't walk too fast. If you think
von can cet cool by pacing the streets
a.t a breakneck speed, take the shortest
cut to an insane asylum.
Don't blow oil surplus brealn in a
street car as if you were a safety valve
or a steamescape. The noise interferes
with other people's comtort.
Don't be discontented, it you busy
I vrknrsplf htintinj? for a COOl SDOt VOU'll
j"" . . . , ..
seldom hna it. on aown ana iae tne
I moathpr s it comes
Don't grumble or growl or una lauit.
A dog that barks the most dies the
.Don't talfc toomucn politics, iteatea
I T.a;a d nnt. nnnl fh nfmnsnrfl
I UlBUUBflw - w w-w-w.w.
1 rs-H frAarn nrhpn vnn nan ami p
r-heeriainess produces comfort
lUil U a&WVVM '
1 . rt 1 , r
iion't carry on every paim leai jau
I a. L.A f PTi A nrn an rT Kkan
r vnn bl uuiu ui. jlaxo wnuci v hue iau
may be a bigger man than you.
,f. "iVaw Armp;f,.
Don't wear heavy garments, it ne
cessary, pawn your winter overcoat
and buy an imitation seersucker. Also,
be sure to wear your clothes loose, so
that the air can circulate.
Don't eat too much fat or heated food.
Heated foods," says an authority, "if
used at this season, are best at break
fast time. Cold boiled ham, tongue or
beef, good bread and butter and good
cold milk make suitable Summer lunch.
Perfectly mature fruits, used raw, or
fruit not quite ripe, well cooked, are
also recommended." .
Don't fill sour rooms witn too mucn
furniture. Crowded apartments arc
always warm. In Cuba, the Summer
houses are cool, because everything in
them is selected to that end.
are high and bare, the furniture is scant
and Without padding ot any Kind, ana
the portieres are swung partly open, so
as to allow a free passage of air.
Don't work by fits and starts. The
evencoins individual ts always the
Don't drink too much ice water. The
ice-walcr mama is one of the most
deadly of American habits.
Don't let your imagination make the
weather worse than it really is, and,
above all , .
Don't tell everpbody yon meet that it
is a warm day. .- " "
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot up 22 bales. . . :
Mr. Henry Bdrkheimerf has been
chosen Captain of the Bicycle Club, vice
Mr. J03. R. Wilson, Jr.. resigned.
The most firm believers In the hot
water cure have cot drunk a drop this
week. Oh the contrary, many hate
takn ice in theirs. . ' .' ; i
Nor. barque Leviathan Terjesen,
Cleared to-day for Riga, Russia, with
3.300 barrels rosin, valued at $4,172.
shipped by Messrs. PatcrsbD, Downing
&Co. . . ! .
NEW A. DVERTI8 EMENTS.
CITY OF WILMINGTON X. C, .
Jul 9, 1SS1.
rpiLE REWARD OF TWENTY-FIVE DOL-
L lars, offered on tuo zotn or Aiarcn last, lor
mutinz Buraiary in the city ot WlIroIn2:ton.,
18 hereby withdrawn. E. 1. HALL,
July 10 it
Warsaw High School,
WARSAW. N. CJ
A SCIENTIFIC, CLASSICAL, MATILE
matlcal. Music and Art School, for boys
and girls. Spacious buildings, beautiful and
hcalty locaUon .a lull corps jof competent
and experienced teachers. Home influence
for boardinr dupiis unsurpassed; m tne aiaio
Expenses low. Fall Session opens 7th of Aug.
1SS4. For circular. Riving lull! information
apply to the Principals t
july 10 d&wlt
SEA-SIDE PARK HOTEL
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE -SUCCEEDED
in eneaging the services of the well-known
Caterer. MR. HARRY WEBBr He wi'l have
full control of our Kitchen and all details con
nected with the Culinary Department, thus In
surine entire satisfaction to one: and alL
No pains or expense has been sparca to mace
the SEA-SIDE PARK a strictly First-Class
resort. , ' ?
We have engared the Sharpie. "Fanita,
CDmmanded by Messrs. Dixie and Brinkley, to
carry our guests to tte Uanks. f
Direct Telephone communication.
SCOVILLE & CO..
july 10 tf Proprietors,
Wilmington, N. C, Jul-8, 188-1.
1 I 9
ROUTE TO IASHEVILLE
Warm Springs and other Western North Car
Through Pullman Palace Sleeping Car
from Goldsboro to
Springs, connecting with 9 a.jm. Train from
T. M. EMEESON,
july 8-lwk Star copy Genii Pass. Agt.
Graud Excursion !
wilmington to washington city and
ILL LEAVE ON MONDAY, JULY Hth.
LY $7. Ladles and Gentlemen need - not
hesitate In regard to going, as the undersigned
will take charge of tho three cars set aside for
Tickets now on Bale.
For particulars and circulars apply to
uly8tf P. UEINSBKBGER.
OPLENDID BOAT SPONGE3.
MUNDS BEOS. & DeEOSSET'S.
JpiNE LOT BATH SPONGES.
MUNDS BROS. & DE BOSS EX'S.
fJUIE3E SPONGES ARE THE ADMIBA-
tion of all who see them. Call in at
Munds Bros. & DeRosset's
Market and Second Streets.
F. G. & N. Eobinson.
E ABE THANKFUL TO OUR FRIENDS
for their liberal patronage.
Our Stock L all fresh goods, are guaranteed,
and they can be returned at our expense If
not satisfactory. We are dally 1 In receipt of
EGGS and CilfcKKNS, which we sell at the
very lowest market prices.
SUGARS are adTancln?,
but; we are eUll
sel ling at old prices .
Our COFFEES are of best
quality and sold
at very low prices. i
All kinds of BASKETS. BROOMS, BUCK
ET3. Ac. on hand. Also, choice stock of
CRACKERS and CANNED GOODS.
Hurraii for Our Ticket I
fqinE OLD NORTH STATE Willi BE O.
1 K.m flOTemoer. we nare uxe stronjfctt
Stste Ticket we bare had since the war. Vrrrry
tody la pleased and ready to ro t- :rk.
The "Old North State Saloon Is iha u.s,
and continues to keep the coolest Beer, the
choicest Cigars, and the purctt Whiskey to be
found in the city. Call at No. 6 So. Front St.,
and see what UcGO WAN can do lor you.
For the. Campaign.
THE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN UPOK
Which thO PCODlo (if North Pjimlln im
j ust prcparlnz to cntet will, berond all crnea-
upB. be one of great excitement at well aa oca
f. ,lmPotancc to them. It will bo no
-a-a mat la coedel to ln&ura Dmwrti mrusm ,
cess and continued proeperlty to the Stale la
a plain, truthful statement ot what are now
tho facts of history, or aro dally becoming so.
The reasons for DcmocraUc vlclory, and tho
even stronger reasons for licpuhllcan defeat. -
THE HEGISTEU 'ct
to do Its full iiart In laTlnr them hetetm thm
people. is - ......... : . ,
ArIIip. lifjit nifsm In Hi kahf. IavW,i;
- - - - J-vuvt v IMUU1UI
and In answer to appeals, tho Rsgistkb will
ie lurnianeu at sucn low rates as to put it In
the reach of every one durlnarthe crcacut Stai
and Presidential campaigns.
If wo all do our full duty, victory will sure .
ly be with us; but that duty wUi leare u no
ldlo time. Thcro must be esrlr work, la to
work, work all tho time.. If good govern
ment and a people's prosperity are worth
working for, let us allgo to work, and at once.
The Register will hA fnmUhAv t riah. .
until November IS, at the following rates:
0"e copy, 60c; Ave copies. t2; tea copies
$3 75; twenty copies, $7; fifty copies, $15; one
hundred copies, fcvs. i .
in every case the paper wui be sent until
the returns of tho election shall bo received
and published; and we invite tho attention of
Executive .Committees of Counties and Town
ships, and of all others Interested, to the Cam
Jaign uegistkb as a sure ana cneap means ol
urnlshing Information to the people.
Address Raleigh Register,
.Raleigh, H.G. -
DEMOCRACY va. REPUBLICANISUL '
IIaxdbook or North Cabolixa Touncs
The Platforms, The Parties,, and The Issues
The Influence of "Document No. 1," Issued
by the Democratic State Executive Conrmlttco
in 1882, was generally recognized aa decisive "
in tbt year's campaign. ;
A similar IIandbnek hs been prepared for
this year's use, and wUl bo Issued immediate .
ly after tho session of the Chicago Democrat
lc Convention. -
The Handbook will be a well printed pam
phlet of about 150 pages, 8vo., and wlUjcon-.
tain the fullest information on matters involv
ed in this year's elections.
Document No 1, for 1831, will be supplied at
TEN DOLLARS FKR HUNDRED, !
-t -i i
the actual cash cost of type-setting, paper and
In order that the size of tho edition may bo
determined, prompt orders are req nested.
Address, KALK1G1I REGISTER,
julylu Raleigh, N. C.
LL PEBSONS NOT MEMBERS OF THE
Carolina Yacht Club, and hot guests of mem
bers, are forbidden to trespass upon tho
grounds of the Club, or enter tho Club House
on the Banks at Wrightsville, under penalty.
The shores excepted to Ushermen.
F. M. KING,
jnne2G th tf Purser
QN AND AFTER FRIDAY, JULY 11th,
my friends will find mo at No.'SS'jf. FRONT
ST.. Store now occupied by Mr. W. T. John-
sou. Come and see me.
july o lwk
C. M. HARRIS,
rjpiIE FIRM OF HOLLINGS WORTH & CO.,
has been changed this day by tho retirement
of S. H. TRIMBLE and tho admission of T.
P.8YKES. The business
.will bo conduced
as heretofore under the name and style of
july 9 tf HOLLIKGSWOirrH a CO.
rpUERE WILL BE A Gl
BALL given by the Smithy
c Guards, at the
SmlthTlllo Academy, onRIDAX EVENING,
Hth inst , at 8.33 o'clock. Music by PascuccTs
Band. The Ladles' and Gentlemen of Wil
mington are respectfully' solicited to attend.
No pains wUl be spared to make It a pleasant
evening for all. . ( - .-.
Steamer LOUISE will teavo Wilmington at 4
o'clock, and Star. PASSPORT at 6.33, thus
giving those who wish 'to attend aa opportu
nity to do so. Refreshments will bo served In
building. Tickets tL ' .
Capt. 8AM. 8. DREW, -.
Senrt. SAM. L. DOS HER,
- Lleat. KD. F:DAVI8.
july9 2t Starcopy ' , Com.
Base Balls and Bats
ALL KINDS. ' ' ' :' V -r : -'c:
Ilammocks, throe kinds, very latest styles
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Lottos, two sizes, -ABC
Cards and Blocks, -
Rubber Tails, all sizes. '
Rltcher narmonlcas, tho very bctt,' r
MoUbs, Guitar and Banjo Strings.
Italian Violins and Violin JBowb.
Just received and for sale cheap at
Jnlyl live Book sad Urarta fltorer
WILL? ON OR ABOUT THE Hth Inst ,
more my boainess to the store now occupied
, . ., ; - - --' ;
by Mr. C M. HARRIS S. s Opaie see rae.
J nly8t . W.T. JOHXSON. -
PH iLTORPIIIIIE n;.:iT
timXm sad tmdanmm at frvtm
fit ml& Btlrt I'. ? ? t Ut hrU 4
can be found at Jacobis. t