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gaei , iiicitor U. S. Treninry, and other. Prjee.
" MDroggliM Onj genuine if
26 rt-. u blown U bottle. Sole proprietor.,
THECHAIIES 'jLVOIILIl COMMIT.
1 nk Baltimok, Mb., U. 8. A.
Mch lv d&w.
Vital Questions!!!! - .
Ot any school, what is the best thing
in the world for quieting and allayiDg
all irritation of the nerves, curing all
forms of nervous complaints, giving
natural, childlike refreshing sleep al-
'Andllic? will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some form of Hops!!!" '
Ask an or all of the 'most eminent
physicians: r ' - .
"What i3 the best and only remedy
that can be relied on to cure all dis
eases ot the kidneys and urinary organs ;
such as Briaht's disease, diabetes, re
tention, or inability to retain urine,
nnl all the diseases and ailments pecu
liar to Woman"
' "And they will tell you explicitly and
A-k the same physicians
"What i3 the most reliable and sur
est cure for all liver diseases or dyspep
sia; constipation, indigestion, bilious
cess, malaria, fever, ague, &c," and
tbev will tell you :
Mandrake ! or Dandelion!!!!'1
Hence, when these remedies are combined
vith others equally valuable.
And compounded into Hop Bitters, such a
wonderful and mysterious curative power Is
developed which la bo varied In its operations
ihit no disease or 111 health can possibly exist
or resist its power, and yet it Is
Harmless for the most frail woman, weakest
invalid or smallest child to use.
CHAl'-BEK II. fc
"Almost dead or nearly dying."
For years, and given up by physlcians.of
Brkht'B ana otner Kidney diseases, nver com.
laint3, severe coughs, called consumption,
have been cured.
Women gone nearly crazy I I I I
From ajrony of neuralgia, nervousness,
wakefulness, and various diseases peculiar to
Peonle drawn out of shate from excrucla
tlag pangs of rheumatism, inflammatory and
cbTonic. or Buffering irom scroiuia.
"Saltrheum. blood poisoning, dyspepsia In
digestion, and, in fact, almost all diseases
Nature la heir to
Have been cured by nop Bitters, proof of
which can be found in every neignoornooa in
the known world.
None genuine without a bunch of green
Hops on the wnite laoei. snun an mewie,
wAsonous stuff with "Hop" oi 'IIops In
their name. s June is im Qw nrm
A STRUGGLE WITH A SHIRT.
Three hundred and sixty-five times each
year every mother's son of us has a strug
gle getting into his shirt. -
If ashirt is worth getting into, if it is strong
and well made, sure not to rip or tear,
perfect fitting, then there is some compen
sation forspending so much of our exist
ence in such a struggle. You may wrestle
with the Diamond, but with its everlasting-stay-attachment
and reinforced bosom, you
will come out head first every time, covered
with glory and with the best shirt in the land.
SM'Ucr & Co.; sole manufacturers, C.
SAI KA ESTATE UNDER MORTGAGE.
AND IN PURSUANCE OF
tae powers contained In a certain mortgage
01446 Marc th, 1379, and registered In Book
p by Adam Brown and wife
EUabeth Bwwn,toD. J. Saunders, Gunrdl-
a. tae undersigned as attorneys for F. TL Dar-
wilijPfcnt guardian of W. T. Johnson,
nBrt" Public auction for cash, at the
o'cJoci TM8einlne city of WUmington. at 12
l,wMmdar. July I4th, !Si4,tbe
lS?ySf5Sbed Premises, Tlr. The West
!"? Sth? ftffit.N, ? ln block No. 224, accord
utat???HpUm'otclty of Wilmington.
wuinSeventh8tTt and 165 felt on
jaae ii KUSS ELL & RICAUD,
Lemons. Butter. Lemons.
JCST CKiyiKG BY A. C. LINE and N.
lSK;?vsVa- andN. Y. Butter.
crw Jriour. Virginia Flour. Bacon. Lard
tol3 E. G. BLAIR,
..." o. 19 N. Second Street.
m hePaily Revjev,
ItOCIC OP AGES.
Ages, cleft for me."
Whispered on a bed of death.
Jet me hide myself in Thee?"
l?airitr fiintoi r,- ii
iir r a m J wws lue "ream;
Ivpck of Ages" fainter still
rrom me laltenng. dying Hps,
And the ebbing pulses thrill,
Aa life s current seaward slips.
At thethoushto grandly sweet
Iwock of Ages cleft for me,"
Foothold for faltering feet,
"fet me bide myself in ThceP
"Rock of Ages," whispered low
Over lips all white with paiD. .
And the struggling heart below
Seeks the refuse rock again.
"Rock of Age?, cleft for ine."
lrayerfuliy the words are eaid
'I for safety fly to Thee,"
And the pain is comforted ;
And the thankfnl lips repeat,
"Rock ot Ages, cleft tor me.
Trusting in the promise 'sweet.
I shall hide myself in Thee."
"Rock of Ages." said in tears, .
O'er the face grown still in death .
And the heart's wild erief and fears
Tell themselves in sobbing breath;
'Rock of Ages, cleft lor me,"
: Cried in hour of deepest loss,
Rock of Ages" trustingly,
And the heart takes up its cross.
Oh. the words are strangely sweet,
And God's promises are sore;
Refuge for our wandering feet.
Thou wjlt evermore endure!
ST AT 12 TKBAS UK KB.
Donald W, Bain.
In every community there are to be
found some who quietly and without os
tentation have always done their duty
well in that sphere to which they have
The subject of thi3 sketch is a native
of Raleigh, now in the prime of life,
and is classed with the young and act
ive business men of the State.
Mr. Bain was educated at the school
of the late J. M. Lovejoy, whose repu
tation as a scholar and peculiar fitness
as a teacher were known the State oyer.
Alter years of careful training by his
distinguished preceptor, he was emi
nently .qualified for the high and honv
orable positions which ho afterwards
Turning his attention in early life to
business pursuits rather than a college
course, Mr. -Bain entered the office of
the Comptroller of State in When
North Carolina, following in top wake
ot other Southern States, had, in 1861,
thrown off the yoke ot Northern alle
giance, ho volunteered ia the Raleigh
Light Infantry, and was only kept from
active service in the field by leeble
health and the importunities of Gov
ernor Ellis to remain at his post of civil
duty. In 1865 he was appointed by
Governor Jonathan Worth, then
Treasurer, to fill the important position
of Chief Clerk in the Treasury Depart
ment, an office which he has ever since
occupieg with honor to bimseli and
credit to the State. His. services to the
State in the eventful times of 1868-'69
are best expressed by a correspondent
recently writing from Western North
"He has long been the Chief Clerk in
the Treasury, and is familiar with all
its workings. His practical skill and
unbendingl integrity were the chief
instrumentalities whicn saveu tne
Treasury in those dark days of the
State when reconstruction was rampant
and the strongest efforts were made to
procure his dismissal, while eager hands
were grasping at the public purse for
spoliation. The situation ana sur
roundings were a crucial test and
proved him worthy of all honor and
It will thus be seen that from early
life Mr. Bain ha3 been intimately con
nected with the financial management
of the State, and that at periods the
most trvinff and important in our
history. By many years of hard study
and " application he has thoroughly
mastered our revenue system and to
day is regarded authority on that most
Recognizing his haancial aointy aua
thorough knowledge ot the States
monetary affairs. Governor Jarvis, in
1879, appointed mm, togetner wiiu
Hon. George Davis, of Wilmington,
and Hon. M. McGehee, our present
efficient Commissioner of Agriculture,
as one of the commissioners to effect
an adjustment of the bonded debt of
the State contracted to aid in the con
struction of the North Carolina Rail
road. By the decision in tho Swazey
suit the State's interest in this valuable
property had, in a measure, passed into
the hands of a receiver, and though she
held .$205,000 of the old bonds, yet no
benefits were realized Irom her stock.
TTndor the comnromise effected the
road was saved to the State without the
cost of a dollar. .
The name of Donald W. uain ana
Masonry in North Carolina are synony-
mous. Jueciea in 100 w me ruspuusi-
hle office of Grand Secretary ot tne
lirann Lodce of North Carolina, a posi
tion which tor twenty-six years had been
worthily failed by his father, be nas ever
since, at the annual communications of
that body, received its hearty endorse
ment by unanimous reeiecuons. zais
well, k-nnwn knowledge ot Masonic
usage and jurisprudence is not only
recognized in his own, dui iu umer
grand lodges of :he country.
At thA Lost session of the North Caro
lina Conference of the Methodist Epis
copal Church, South, he was made its
Secretary. He is the first layman on
whom this honor nas oeen conieriuu m
tUa Kict nru rf tho Conference. Being a
representative man m his church he al
wavstaKcs-a prommeui. piv
To most children the bare suggestion
of a dose ot castor oil is nauseating.
Tin ..dnn nhvSlft IS nGCe3
sary for the little ones, use Ayers ca
thartic Tills? They combine every
Ar.nt;ai or,H vnlnabla Dnncipio ot a
cathartic medicine, and- being sugar
coated are easily taken.
Sue Wanted to Know.
"Kiss me again." t - .
Sibyl Sartoris spoke these words ; m a
irrave. calm manner iu u, v"r;
thn serious import m wnicn sne uoiu
Ihlm. M Herbert Holdlst , bent
tenderly iorwaru auu
softly to hers she looked up to bun m
sy. ' caon-the-back-fence fashion
tnathad so witched him fax the golden
huea days of courtship those days
when all the world seemed filled with
sunshine, when every breeze l spoke in
whispers of his love for this bewitital
gin, and the - cloudless skies seemed
only to reflect the deeper azure of her
eyes. - . : ; t:-.--
There was no tint of deception in the
pure nature of this girl, and her every
act was the result of reflection, often
profound. ; Brought np ia Boston, she
bad all ber life been accustomed to put
to its best use the power ofdissernment
which a thoughtful miud gave her.
Surrounded as she was by the mvstic
influencesVt Emerson, the Concord
School ot Philosophy, and several large
warehouses where mackerel were sold,
it is small wonder that when,! standing
on the threshold of womanhood, she
beheld suitors for her heart and band
approach, she had analyzed" with criti
cal care the hopes and fears of each
had subiected the character of very
wooer to the rigid scrutiny of her mind
that, seated cross-legged on the starry
summit ot psychological I research,
looked upon man as only vivified proto
plasm, and the depnnst pmntinna of rh
heart as merely the manifestations of a
too active nerve centre. i
Herbert knew this. He knew that
this girl the rounded curves of whose
bgure and the dewy sweetness of whose
liptf would have made an anchorite
leave hi3 job without a pang had
naugnt oi passion in iher nature.
ivnu so wncn lie naa complied oh, so
gladly with her request, there stalked
a" a. 1 . 1 l "
irum uui. mc Dauquet nans oi nis imag
ination where they had so lone been
unwelcome guests the sheeted ghosts
oi JJoubt and Apprehension.' lie knew
now that Sibyl loved him with a love
that would never falter or fail a love
that, securely built upon a foundation
of respect and admiration, was" now
crowned with the large, roomy, man
sard roof of a deathless, never chang
ing passion. Her words proved it
.Never beiore nad sne even so much as
hinted at a kiss, and when! he had
sought to take one she had submitted
to hi3 caresse3 more as a, dutiful wife
than an ardent lover. But now all
wus changed, and it was she who
sought the bliss that a large, weil-regu
lated; three-story-and-basement kiss
alone can give. Tne thought was
"You love me better to-day, Sibyl."
he said, "than you did yesterday. Is
it not so, darling?" ' I "
"No " she answers, standing there
calm and pulseless as a ' clam at high
"Then why," he says, "did you ask
me to kiss vou?" I
"Because." Sibyl replies, "I desired
to ascertain whether or not you had
been drinking Medford rum," Chita'
A Youngster's Teeth
demand greater attention than they
usually receive. Mothers- careful of
their children's physical well-being,
wisely adopt SOZODONT as an article
of the family toilet. If the first set of a
juvenile's teeth are daily polished with
this matchless purifier, the second set
are almost invariably white and strong,
and proye a life-long blessing, otherwise
they frequently turn out carious and
irregular. Young and old alike benefit
by its use.
East and West.
An Eastern man made a trip to the
far West recently and at one point he
waited an hour or two for a delayed
tram, employing the Interval in walk
ing up and down the platform giving
his opinions on Western customs.
l ten you what it is," no said to a
strapping big fellow in a slouch hat,
who just arrived, "you Western people
want more of the civilization of the
East and you want more Eastern peo
ple among you."
Thet'swhut another duffer from
New Yorick said when he landed h'ar."
"Well, he was right."
"We uns didn't somehow think so,
"Of couse you didn't, and that's
what's the matter with you." j
"Thet's whut the other feller said."
. "I'd like to see that man and shake
his hand once for the sake of progress."
"Yer can't do it, stranger ; he's on his
way way back to the startin' pint."
"You didn't scare , him away: did
"Not ezactly, stranger; he's
yit, but he's ready to go when
"Where is he? I want to see him
and brace him up."
"All right, stranger. Just go right in
the deepo thar an' ax the boss to let yer
see the man in the long wooden box.
Mebbe yer kin see him, mebbe yer
can't: leastways 'tain't going to hurt
ver to try. If yer kin brace him up it's
moreen the doctors could do, alter Long
Legged Jim pulled on him fur sweann'
that in the siverlized East thar wuz five
aces in the deck." i
The Eastern man's train came along
just in time. Merchant Traveller.
Cure that Cold,
Do not suffer your Lungs to become
diseased by allowing a cold to continue
without an effor to cure it Thousands
have died premature deaths, the vic
tims of Consumption, by simply neg
lecting a cold. I
. DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM for
the LUNGS will cure Colds, Coughs
and Consumption surer and quicker
than anv other remedy. It acts almost
like magic in many caees, and in others,
its effects, though slow, is sure if per
sisted in, according to directions.
Henry's Carbolic Salve
Is the Best Salve for Cuts, Bruises.
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
all kinds of Skin Eruptions. Freckles
and Pimples. Get Henry's Carbolic
Salve, as all others are counterfeits.
Price 25 cents '-.'':
Dr. Mott's Iilyer Pills.
These Pills have never been advertis
ed very much, but. they hare just as
much intrinsic merit as though they
were puffed to the skies by indiscrim
inate advertising. Try them and be
The most irritating fly is the Spanish
Quick, complete ' cure, all - Kidney
Bladder and Urinary Diseases, Scald
ing, Irritation, Stone, Gravel, Catarrh
of the bladder. $1, Druggists. cod
Fy tue. light of Day. J
PAST IMPOSSIBILITIES THE FACTS OF THE
7 PRESUT-HEIP IU THE IEW ERA.
I remember when they were Dnttlne no
the poles for the tint telegraph nxje In the
State oi New York, and bow Lvv tnr
claimed a citizen of the metropolis' to his
xneno. as tne two stood on the summit of the
tall Equitable Bunding la Broadway. "The
cUy Is strung with wires like a harp, and elec
IIIV. UHUIUUUC1U01 is roe aauy miracJC or tne
1A5theyUdMo8whenM first suggest
ed its lKsibility.,, , .
i ne age marches on and prejudice must give
way. Mobody has a mononolv of tnxlh. Even
the conservative guild of physicians admit
that the secrets of medidc e are shared by all
en- "I dressed his wound and God healed
hlm.M said old Galen. Once that terrible dls
ease. Rheumatism, was supposed to be a shift
ing, local ailment, now attacking the joints
and now the muscles. - To-day It is demonstra-
Mrs. Henry Bogert, of No. 454 Atlantis Ave
tme, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes to Messrs. His
Co.. of New York, proprietors of PAR
KER'S TONIC, that she had been completely
disabled from Bheumatlsm and pain In the
back and limbs. She was aiviaed to take tho
Johic for Kidney disease. She did so, and
her Jiheumatism disappeared. 1 he reason is
simple. Diseased Kidneys produce rheumat
ic symptoms. Cure them and vou destroy Jikeu
malum This la now admitted by all Intelli
gent physicians. It is the new lighi thrown
oxkVl?iymo"worri d mistaken theories.
PARKER'S TONIC which Is a combination of
the best remedies for the blood known to
Tint TmtPalllT CUPPAQcfn 1 In jwvmtiot-
log this terribly common complaint. Those
Liver disTJlRP.S or a.nv rnmnlalnt H:1nir fMm
impure blood, will find the Toxic a prompt
and certain remedy. Prices. tOc. and fl pcr
uome. x ne xarger size the cheaper. .
. junell lm nrmd&w
The Mayo House,
T FOIST FISHES, IS ONE OF THE
moBt pleasant resorts In the State. THE FI N-
EST BATHING, B0 4.TISG AND FISHING
FACILITIES. Best Liquors and Cigars, Fish,
Shrimps, Clams and Terrapins served in every
style. " CHABGES VEBY MODERATE.
Parties going down on Steamer Passport can
spend about six hours at the Point and return
same day. Those wishing to co outside to fish
on Southern Bock will have to remain over
night. Can leave the city at 4 o'clock. In the
afternoon, on steamer Louise, and return next
evening. Airs. Mayo will loot after, the com
fort f Ladles. W. K. MAYO.
june 19 lm
THE GREAT RUSH
$1.00 SCUPPERNONG !
It Is a STRICTLY PURE WINE, and we
are selling It at $1 because we PURCHASED
AT A SMALL FIGURE.
50c per bottle.
Just the thing for warm weather.
are far ahead of any Candles sold in this mar
ket for PURITY, FRESHNESS and WHOLE
SOMENESS. 35 Cents per pound ; 3 pound
P. L. BRIDGERS & 00.
HO North Front St.
QUR SALES ON THOSE THREE-DOLLAR
CONGRESS for Gents have surpassed our
most sanguine expectations. But wc have a
plenty of them left to supply the demand
Call and get a pair.
BARGAINS In Ladles and Children's SLIP
PERSand Gents' LOW QUARTERED SHOES
Geo. K. French & Sons,
108 NORTH FRONT STREET.
C. W. Yates,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
119 Market St., Wilmington. N. C.
School Books and School Supplies, Blank
Books of every description In Block ana made
to order, when desired.
Fancy Goods, Albums, Pictures, Frames
Musical Instruments, &c
Bibles. Hymn Books. Praver Books. Sun
day School Books, &c
Lithographing and Engraving a specialty.
Special discount to teachers and mer
piles. We can give you bottom prices and
save you freight.
Large stock ef Wrapping Paper and Paper
Bags always on hand. July 7
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Dr. Mott's Powders
NEVER FAIL TO CURE INFI.AMM k
tlonof tho Kidneys. Gravel. Gleet. Sti let-
ores and all Urinary diseases, s Nervous and
f hysicai Debility, GcnlUl weakness and all
those untold miseries caused by IndUcrctiou
or Excesses. Syphilis In all its forms perma
nently cureo. i eiiow or JJrown eiot3 on lace
and body .Sore Throat and Nose Serofula, Old
Sores, Eczema, Tetter and all Blooil and Skin
diseases. Urinary diseases cured in 3 days.
Price $3. Knc'oso tho money to FRANK
STEVJKNS & CO.. Baltimore, Md., and it will
oe scni oy mail seaiea. jror rale by an drug
gists; sent by mall, july 7 d&wly
BY VIRTUE OF THE POWER OF SALE
contained In a certain dcel of '-mortgage
made by S L. Fremont and wile, et al, to W.
A. Cummiog, recorded in Brunswick county.
in uoos. x , pages to so or tne omce or lteg
istcr of Deeds, and which said mortsaze. and
tbe debt thereby secured, was In due course
or assignment, transferred to William M. Cum
mlng. the undersigned as Attorney ; for said
William M. Gumming, nm expose for sals to
the highest bidder for cash, at public auction,
at the Court nouse door in the city of Wil
mington, on Monday, the 4th day of August,
1834, at 12 o'clock. M. the following described
property sltuato In Brunswick -County, known
as Clarendon Plantation. -Beginning on the
West bank of the Cape Fear Elver at the mouth
of the Canal, runs thence np said Canal S. Ci W
124 -nolea to a China tree on the highlands dl
recUy in front of the dwelllnsr. thence N. 52 W.
3J poles to a China tree, thence S. 72 W SM
poles to a stake, thence 8. 74 W. 41 prles to a
stake, tnence o. w J. Ziri poies to a dogwood
tree, thence S. 80 E 204 poles to a black gum,
tnence N.iii e. no poles to a stake, tnence k.
124 poles along a bank to the Cape Fear Bivcr.
thence along the banks of the river about 2c 5
poles to the mouth of the uaftai, the begin
ning. Also one other tract, beginning at tne
mouth of said Canal, runs thence along the
first of the above mentioned tract to the high
land to a China tree, thence N.52 W; 33 poles
to a China tree, thence S. 71, W. 354 poles to a
stake, thence N. 70 W. C2 poled to a Cypress
near the run of Beaver Dam Creek, thence
along the meandering of said . creek to the
ricefleld. about 220 poles, thence with said
creek on the north side N. 50 E. 168 poles to
the junction of Beaver Dam with Mallory
Creek, thence with said Mallory Creek to the
river, about 120 poles, thence along tbe banks
tnereof to the beginning, containing by csu
mate 1,000 acres more or less. !
J. D. BELLAMY, Jr.,
j une 26 20 J Attorney.
New York & Wiljnington
FROM PIER 34, EAST RIVER, NEW YORK
At 3 o'clock, P. M.
REGULATOR.... .Saturday, July 5
BENEFACTOR. Saturday, J uly 12
REGULATOR... .'....Saturday, July 19
BENEFACTOR Saturday, July 26
FROM WILMINGTON :
BENEFACTOR... ....Saturday July 5
The folio win 2 rsotrtiosa rrrrcscrt - t
wholesale priaea gcncrallyi rIa naklag up
small orders higher prices have to be charged .
....Saturday July 12
BENEFACTOR Saturday July 19
REGULATOR. Saturday, July 26
49" Through Bills Lading and Lowest
Through Bates guaranteed to and from Points
In North and South Carolina. ,
For Freight or Passage apply to
U. G. SMALLBONES, Superintendent,
Wilmington, N. C.
WM. P. CLYDE A CO.. Genera) Agontr,
35 Broadway, New York.
knost noted and eocce3ful specialist in S-v"
fsow retired) for tbe cure of ZervtwmlhBMiMVt
Addreu .OIL WARD & CO.. Loaisiaat. Mo
( RrTORpV-AND AF-TER J
fTO MEM 0HLY, Y01MG OR OLD,
W ion VitauttTLack or Kim Foaci asb
' f VpcasovAi. Katum resulting trota Arts Bd
Vt Smeluth Century.
w 1ITA1C BELT CO.. HASsnAU, Mion.
STOCK OF TRANSPARENT AND
other styles, all new. Also, new arrivals of
Call and examine prices and terms.
T. A. S:ITT1T.
Furniture Dealer. ..21. Tro ot Street
Every Farmer oosht to get a Boy
Clipper Plow," 'greatest invention ot
tho use. Jacobx is tho Agent. t
t th s
"Whose debility, exhausted
power.. , premAtor. drcjiy
nd failure to perform life,
dotle. properly are cnsed by
xceMeL error of youth, etc
will find a perfect aod laeticg:
restoration to knttoot kealtk
and vliorom aaua.bod ia
AKnLiier munM-h araczmz nor
jnatrojaenU. This tre&tinutt cf
I rvoa. e btllty and
' . XhrlatTeeayiinBUorm!j'
mnccmsM beeaose based on perfect dufBoi,
" ud direct Method, sad abolat thor.
o'fcBeM. Full infonaatiaa aod Treats tree.
AdIre". Consulting Ffcjcin of f
IIABST0H REfiE0YCav46 W.14h SL, New York.
MY 27 ljttxi&wt U , j
1 ft . . .
B 4CON North Carolina:
SfcOuidcra, Y Cv...............
o . p T imimi
WESTERS SHORED - .
llama. ....... ...
Sides, V ft...
Shoulders. V m.... ..........
BARRELS Snlrits Tnrcentlni.
oooona iiamt, cacn,.. ........ i ,i C3
New New Yokt each.. 1 90 a t 00
New Cltr.cach. ...... ......... 1 CO' fi l (n
BEESWAX, ft.............. i 2$ 0 M
P I VIM T.-CI I. . '
perm.. ............ ........... -is a
Tailow. ................... . .llfTl
Aflainanttec........ r-ll is
Utlt-KSJi. V to ,
Kortncrn factory. i....T7.. JZa U
Dairy, Cream..- . ...14 ft m tU
State.... .................f lfl fi i ia
COFFEE, Y Vy- ; . t , ' - , . ti - ,
Java. t 17 ts 15
Lasruvra. ltur it
-ao :.t ltws
CORNMKAL.f bus.. In sacks S5 a
COTTON TIES. V bundle.... 1 fi3 O 1
ShecUnsr, AA, V yd
Yarns. Y bunch....
EGGS, Y dozen.;....
F19H . t
- Mackerel, No. 1, Y bbl. ...... 16 CO
Mackerel, No. 1, Y half bbl.. 8 60
Mackerel, Ho. 2, Y bbl...; 9 60
Mackerel, No. 2, Y half bbl.. 5 00
Mackerel, No. 8, Vibl..., .4. 7 75
Mullets, Y bbL...........,..; 4 00
wuiiets. Pork bbla 7 00
N. C. Roe Herring, V keg.... 3 00
Dry God, Y la..-.. "I
itui ixjjvi. r z.uuu ms .
Peruvian Go anoi No. 1. 87 SO
. . - , No. 2......s 00
O 8 03
a s so
9 4 00
" LobOS. 00 CO ftM 00
Baugh's Phosphate.. 00 00 4760 00
Carolina Feuulxcr.. ...43 00 4250 00
Ground IJopc. .......... ..100 00. gS40 00
Bono MealT. 00 00 CM 00
lfone iour... .........00 00
Navassa Guano ..........40 00
Comfleto Manure .......00 00
Whann's Phosphate ;...00 00
Wsndo Ph09phate..'..'...;;..;oO 00
Berger & Butt's Phosphate.. 00 00
cxceiicnza i-oiton jrcruilzcr.55 00
French's Carlwnate of Limn... 7 no
French's Agricultural Lime.... 8 60? O 9 0
City Mlila Extra 6
." .... ....... v
" -' Extra.Famlly.
GLUE Y ft
GRAIN, Y bushel
Corn, from store, bags, white.
Corn, cargo, in bulk, white,.
Corn, cargo, mlxed.iii baga. f
VSU UU1U S kUA u.........
HIDES, Y lo
Green J.. ........
HAY, Y 100 lbs
North River.. ......
HOOP JIRON, Y lh..,..U.U.
LARD, Y ft- jt"
North Carolina........ ....... v 00
LIME, Y barrel 140
LUMBER, City Sawed, Y Mft. V
Ship Stuff, re sawed.... ..13 00
Rough Edge Plank .15 00
to quality ..............IS 00
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.. 18 00
Scautllng And Board. com'n..l2 00
MOLASSES, Y gallon! ?
New Crop Cuba, hi hhda..... SO
" lnbbla...... 3
Porto Klco, In hhds. ......... 32
V" In bbls 35
Sugar House, in hhda 00
in bbis... ,. 20
49 4 ?5
a e ej
0 6 60
a 6 oj.
syrup, in ODia.. 40
NAILS, Y Keg, Cut,10d basis.. 0 00
OILS, Y gallon i ; i
Lard : 1 10
Deck and Spar..
Chickens, live, grown... .....
PEANUTS Y bushel.'.
POTATOES. Y bushel
Sweet I..... ;;
Irish, Y bbl 2
roitii, v Darrci
City Mess ...23 60
Prime..... .16 00
Rump.. ...................... ,17 00
BiuE Carolina. tt...
Rough, V bushel.. ...........
RAGS, Y ft Country
ROPE, V ft ...........;i;i
SALT, Y sack, Alum. ......
Lisbon.... .... ............. M.
American.... ......... ........
ouuoui v iu vuua,, ......... - vw
Porto Rico......... 00
A Coffee............ ......... 00
B " 00
Ex C f ........ ...... O
tvinsnou...... ....... ; iumu
95 0 1
SOAP. Y ft Northern 6
SHINGLES, 7 In. VM..... 10 80
Common.... .................. S 60
Cypress .'Baps.. ...... ......... 4 60
Cypreea Hearts. . 0 00
STAms. Y M-W. O. Barrel..ll 00
R. o. Hogshead.. 00 00
m t t rTxr i tw
TIMBER, V M fCCt ShlpplDg.H 00 gZh 00
rme aim.t.. ................. .ii -a aiso-t
MU1 Prime.................... 7 60 0 8 60
Mill Fair........ 6 000 8 60
Common Mill................; 6 00 0 0 00
Inferior to Ordinary.. ........ 0 00 - a 4 00
WHISKEY, Y gal-Northern.. 1 00 0 ,4 00
North Carolina 1 00 n J 60
WOOL. V lb Washed.......... 1 0 : 21
Unwashed.... ................ IS
0 7 60
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