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IT LEADS ALL.
No other blood-purifying medicine is made,
or has erer been prepared, which so com
pletely meets the wants of physicians and
the general public as
It leads the list as a truly scientific prepara
tion for all blood diseases. If there is a lurk
Onnnnn I ing taint of Scrofula about you.
OwnUrULA Aye&'s Saksaparilla will
dislodge it and expel it from your system.
For constitutional or scrofulous Catarrh
Pmnnu Aykb's Sarsaparilla is the
UA I AKrin true remedy. It has' cured
numberless eases. It will stop the nauseous
catarrhal discharges, and remove the sicken
ing odor of the breath, which are indications
Of scrofulous origin.
ULWtttUUO "At the age of two years one of
QftOCQ my children was terribly afflicted
OUftLd with ulcerous running sores on its
face and neck. At the same time its eyes
were swollen, much inflamed, and very sore.
QflDC CVCO Physicians told us that a pow
OUtm CiLv) erf ul alterative medicine must
' be employed. They united in recommending
AYkr's Sarsaparilla. A few doses pro
duced a perceptible improvement, which, by i
an adherence to your directions, was con tin-
ued to a complete and permanent cure. No
evidence has since appeared of the existence
of any scrofulous tendencies; and no treat
ment of any disorder was ever attended by
more prompt or effectual results.
Yours truly, B. F. JOHXSOS.
DrJ.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggist; 51, six bottles for $5.
!al lytotpd&w A
PARSLEY & WIGGINS,
MANUFACTURERS IOF ,
SASH, BLINDS, DOORS,
ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORK.
apia tt -
Boxes and Crates,
TttJR BrnPlTCNT OF VEGETABLES AND
X mutt, in aoou or rewrnuwe.
A fuU stock of Bourn and Dressed Lumber.
cr Orders by toe cargo. Domestic and Tor
23 dftlf v PAHSLSY & TTICK2IS3.
The Daily Review.
gw- The uauy Mevieto has the largest
bona fide circulation, of any newspaper
published, in the city of Wilmington,
THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1834.
Loudon Crowded with Ameri
can Tourists Jwlio Have De
serted the Continent.
London, Jnly 8. Lopdon is crowd
ed with Americans frigtened away
from Paris and 'other place3 in France
by the cholera.
Persons arriving 'here from foreign
ports are subjected to an examination.
Should any infectiov3 cases be discov
ered they will be taken to Gravesend
Hospital. - The authorities have been
asked to send a vessel to intercept a
steamer bound from Marseilles for
Cardiff, on which there aretwocases of
A tugboat with quarantine officers on
board fs scouring the Bristol Channel,
with orders to board vessels bound lor
Cardiff, especially from France or
Spain. Lundy Island has been sug
gested as a quarantine station.
Marseilles, July 8. Fourteen
deaths from cholera occurred in this
city last evenin?, and tour deaths have
occurred to-day in the twelve hours
ending at 7:30 P. M. The panic is in
creasing, and all who can are leaving
the city. ,
Paris, July 8. A feeling of general
uneasiness prevails. It is feared that
the exodus from Marseilles and Toulon
will result in spreading the cholera.
The migration from Paris to the saa
sids isunexampled. The Caulois slates
that there is cholera at Nice.
The total number of deaths freni
cholera at Toulon Irom the first appear
ance of the disease to date is 151. There
were three deaths at Aix to day.
Toulon, July 8 There were ten
deaths from cholera here last evening
one of the victims being a Sister of
at Charity, ,
Albany, July. The State Board
of Health has issued a lengthy memo
random concerning the cholera, a copy
of which has been sent to every local
board in the State. It concludes:
Thr o-onnrnl ilnt.V is lirf?P.d UDOU all
cnnitnrv nnthor itios and householders
to make careful sanitary inspection ;
. i l
drain stagnant poojs ana jow rounus
npdr rltcpllinors : oAeav sewer and house
drains: cleanse and disinfect, cellars
and privies and an niiny places, ana
examine and protect the purity ol
Greensboro Workmati: Gen. A. M.
Scales arrived from Washington this
morning, looking well.
Farmer and Mechanic. The fact
that Gen. Scale3 weighs over 200 pounds
must have a melaneholy interest lor
Dr. York. To be sat down upon"
by a man of that size with 10.000
majority at his back would be apt to
make a Liberal grease-spot even in
Chadbourn Times: On Jast Friday
morninp, Mr, J. "W. Brinkley died at
his residence at Maxwell depot. He
had been a sufferer for some time, and
his death was not unexpected. Mr.
Brinkley was one of the influential
men of the county, and was highly es
teemed by all who knew him.
Lenoir Topic: Three heavy men were
weighed this evening, viz: 11. M. Muts
tie. 251 pounds; J. J. Harshaw, 241
pounds; W. II. Bower, 230 pounds
total.725 pounds ; average, 241? pounds.
Three light weights were then weighed,
viz: J. R- Widby, 112 pounds; Dr. J.
C. Blair, 115 pounds; K. R. Waketield,
123 pounds total, 372 pounds; average,
1 16$ pounds.
Raleigh Visitor: Mr. W. II. Wheel
er lives at Holy Springs, this county.
Yesterday afternoon between 5 and G
o'clock, he started to his father'3old
place distant four miles in a "one
horse wagon to haul some wheat to
his own residence. When a short dis
tance from home his horse took fright
and ran .away. Mr. Wheeler was
thrown from the wagon, and in the
fall, sustained injuries which, it is
feared, will prove fatal.
Newbern Journal: Mr. F. S. Koonce
of Cypress creek, Jones county, seeing
reports of cabbage weighing ten and
eleven pounds, was induced to weigh
some ot bis, when to his surprise he
found them weighing all the way from
twelve and a half to twenty-two pounds.
vv o were thown luesday by Mr
P. Holland, senr., an unusually long
collard leaf, measuring oyer two and a
half leet. ;This variety of collards was
obtained from Dr. House, and with
careful cultivation has reached this
News and Observer: The Governor
has reappointed the following directors
ottheN. C. R. R. o n the part of the
btate: Donald IVlcKae, Y . r . Korne
eav. R. F. Hoke. Kerr Crner. Armis
tead Burwell, John L. Morehead, Dun
can Uameron, Robert w . Thomas. C.
M. 14 us bee was aDnointed Stain nrnrv
The directors meet to-day, the stock-
noiaers xnursaay, at liillsboro
A brisht and nrettv child is littlA Mur-:
ray Allen, son ol Mr. (Jharles S. Allen,
whose house is at the corner of West
TV . . m r .WWW .
iiargett ana &outn Harrington streets
Yesterday alternoon Murrav wn rnvr
ing with a brother and a small colored
bov. in his fathers backvard. Th
three, it appears, crept through a hole
in me lence into me siaoio yara of Mr
D. C. Murrav. In the stahln wn ?
banker pony, which Mr. Murray had
recently purchased. In a little while
Mrs. Allen heard screams, and or.
looking to ascertain whence they came
found jthe children in the stable. Little
Murray lay on the floor, a pitiful sisht
his head covered with, blood. He was
taken into the house, find it was fnnnd
that ho had received frightful wounds
on the head from the pony's heels. He
was also badly kicked in the abdomen.
The skull was broken just back of the
left ear. Thejwound is three inches
long. Two physicians attended the lit
tle sufferer; who lay in a stupor last
t Tt - .
cvcuiug. i uo wuurreace is a particu
larly painful one, and saddens the many
warm menas oi me laniuy.
. T!cfrvlvr&dv in want nf Pirta WMi'a
- . V J - ... , m w
T jiA nines Xn JsVionl.-l tm tr JTvtt
to ges Dess qtuuiues ana lowest pnect
.. . ff i . .
.; - THE MAII3. i r
Tbem&ns close and arrlTe at the City Pos
office as follows : - -
- - "CLOSE. " "-j- - "
Northern througti malls,' fast........7.30;p. M.
Northern througn d wsy malls.... 8.00 A. M.
Raleleh.... ....6.45 P. M. and 8.00 A. M.
Mails for the N. C Eallroad and
routes supplied therefirom lnclud-
lnir A. & N. C. Eallroad at
7.30 P. M. and 8.00 A. M,
Southern Malls for all points South,
dally.... .........8.00 P.M.
Western malls (C. C. Railway) dally,
J except Sunday) '....(US P. 1L
I points between Hamlet and Ral
eigh - .......6.45 P.M.
Maflf or Cneraw and Darlington Rail
road ...,8.00 P.M.
Malls for points between Florence
and Charleston ....8.00 P. M.
Fayette vllle and offices on Cape Fear
River. Tuesdays and Fridays.. -...1.00 P. M.
Fayette ville.vla C C Railroad, daily,
erivnt Knnrlwvn ......,...6.4S P. M.
Onslow C. H. and Intermediate offi
ces, Tuesdays and mriaays e.uu a. m.
Smlthville mail3, by steamboat, dally
(except Sundays) ....2.30 P. M
Mails for Easy Hill, Town Creek,
onaiione anu ume juvci, iwa-
nnn onH IiVlHva i fiAft A M
Wrights ville, daily .i..80 A. M.
OPIT.V FTlTt nRMVERY.
Northern throueh and way malls:. ..7.30 A. M
s.rmthfm Malls... ..7.30 A. M.
Carolina Central Eallroad 8.45 A. M.
Mails collected from street -ooxes business
portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
1. M. and from other points of the city at 5
Stomn nffipAinnAnfrAtn 7 A. M- tr fi T M..
Monev order and Ecsrlster Department oren
from 8 A. M. to 5.30 P. M.
General delivery open from 7 a.m. toe r.M.
and on Sundays from 8.30 to 9.30 A. M.
Carriers delivery open on Sunday from 8.30
t J 9.30A.M. I i
"WVIIc' TTp.alth Rflnftwpr" restores
VionHli onrl "Ji crrtr mTroT'TivsnPTilsin,. Tm-
dotence, Sexual Debility. ; Sl.eod
Third Round for the Wilmington Dis
rict of the Methodist E. Church,South :
Wilmington, at Fifth Street, July 12
Bladen Circuit, at McNatt's, July 10
Clinton Circuit, at Goshen, July 26
Wilmington, at Front Street, August
2 and 3.
Smithville, August 9 and 10.
Brunswick Circuit, at Mt. Zion, Au
gust 12 and 13.
Whiteville Circuit, at Peacock's, Au
ust 10 and 17.
Flemington Circuit, at Carver's
Creek, August 23 and 21.
Elizabeth Circuit, at Purdies,
gust 30 and 31.
Newton Grove Mission, at Newton
Grove-, August 30 and 31.
Cokesbury Circuit, at Bethel.
ember 0 and 7.
The District Conference will be held
at Goshen, on the Clinton C i'cuit, com
mencing Wednesday morning, July
23d. at 10 o'clock. i
Friday morning, organization of
Sunday School Conference and Sunday
School address. !
Centenary services Saturday morn
ing several short addresses and oen-
Lenary sermon. !
W. II BOBBITT, Jt JB.
JJAVE DISCOVERED THAT WHEN WE
advertise a Special Sale, BARGAINS are sure
to be offered. The busy season having passed.
wc now enumerate our GENEEAli CLOSING"
OUT SALE through all Departments, and
shall continue duriDg JULY. !
Come and See.
Exam'ne the different Departments, com-
pare the prices with those of other Uouecs,
and notice what you can save by our Bargains.
Thirty-Nine Cents for a fine THALIA COR
SET; -Fifty Cents for a fine COROLINE
Sixty-Five Cents for a fine Sateen Corset In
any color Pink, Black, Blue, Cardinal and
Seventy-Five Cent3 for an elesrant Contlle
Corset. Taylor's Extension Corset, suoon
bust, for One Dollar and a Quarter; actual
value One Dollar and a Half. The C. & P.
Corset, imnorted : H. & ti. Donble-Bone Mould
ed Corset; a fine Nursing Corset; j Misses and
imiuren-s corsets which we are ready to
sell at a very low figure at TAYLOR'S BA
We have also on sale Corset Cover, Che
mise, Underwear, Skirts, NIht Robes, Fans,
Parasols, Hand Satchels, Sunshades, Flowers,
Feathers, Hats, Lace Gloves, Silk Mitts in 8ny
wwr, Btym or size, at
118 Market St.,
WILMINGTON. N. C.
fi(Wk ftftnt P. Ct TV tn onv nafr - tio onn-r.
' .W Mi" J JCt. . VJM. WUU-
try, with the privilege of examining before
T1HE WITrTNTOW RTTTTf VArvrnuv
No. 2, Market st. Nlicht 8hirts, all sizes.
White Shirt on thn mark-pf rtin -i t?v,r.
2oc and a d ward a. SmlrIiIa Shtia .n .n.
. nil iiUA.a
uuj jmiu8 u Kicak vjtrieiy. uent s Draw-
r amsuita Jean 8 Draw
ers, reinforced, equal to linen, something new.
1 5c Drawers marin tn re.
ShirU with 2100 linen bosom made to order at
x. urucm xrom me country solicited and
promptly attended to. Give us a call.
1PPe 2 i Manager
FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM PAR LOB
at the corner of Front and Mulberry streets,
where unrest Cream 1n tho v. i
Ladles and gentlemen arc respectfully Invited
to calL .
Orders prompUy filled and delivered free of
"""S"- , -m- Jiii3. J. la. FISHER,
lune 17 lm t
A TMONACB7S, 16 SECOND STREKT.be-
tween Market ind Princess, Ladies and Gen
Uemen a goods of every descrlDtlon. mv kr
Also, cieantog, scouring and bleaching.! Sesp
ND LOW PRICES AT - " .: :
. GDLE3 UURCmsbS'S,
July 7 " 33 and 40 Itnxchlsca Slock
contains an antidote for all malarial dis
orders which, so far as known, is used in no
othr remedy. It contains no Quinine, nor
any mineral nor deleterious substance what
ever, and consequently produces no injurious
effect upon the constitution, but leaves tho
system as healthy as it was before the attack.
WE WABBA2JT AYER'S AGUE CURE
to cure every case of Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Cliill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Com
plaint caused by malaria. ' In case of failure,
after due trial, dealers are authorized, by our
circular dated July 1st, 1882, to refund the
Dp.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
may 23 d & w
July 10-4 P. M.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE Quo ted
steady at 28 cents per gallon. Sales of
200 casks at these figures;
ROSIN Quoted firm at 97 cents for
Strained and $1.02 for Good Strained.
TAR-Quoted firm at $1.35 per bbl
of 280 lbs.
CRUDE TURPENTINE Quoted
steady at $1.85 for Virgin and Yellow
Dip and $1 for Hard.
COTTON Quoted dull and nominal.
Small sales on a basis of 11 cents per
pound for Middling. The following are
the official quotations:
Ordinary............... 82 cents
btad Ordinary 10 "
Low Middling 10
Middling 11 "
Good Middling Hi
Cotton.-'... 22 bales
Spirits Turpentine. . i ..... . 239 casks
Rosin 860 bbls
Tar................. 77 bbls
Crude Tunentine. 175 bbls
Steamer Passport, Harper, Smith
ville, Master. 1
Steam yacht Louise, Woodside.
Steamer John Dawson, Black. Point
Caswell R P Paddison.
Schr E H Cornell, Crocker. Bath.
Me, E G Barker & Co, with ice to B
H J Ahrens
Schr Jessie W Starr, Heron, Phila
delphia, Geo Harrisa & Co, with iron
to C C R R v
Steamer Passport, Harper, Smith
Steam yacht Louise, Woodside,
Nor barque Leviathan, Teriesen.
Riga, Russia,. Paterson, DowniDg & Co
Riga, Russia Nor barque Leviathan
3,300 bbls rosin ;
STOCKS ON HAND JULY 1, 1884.
Cotton ashore, 832; afloat, 40; total,
Spirits ashore, 1,510; afloat, 2,254 ; to
Rosin ashore, 68,371 ; afloat, 9,495; to
Tar ashore, 1,612; afloat, 140; total,
Crude ashore, 1,607.
RECEIPTS' FROM JUNE 1 TO JULY 1.
Cotton, 56; spirits, 8.793; rosin, 23.795;
tar, 1.72U j cruae, 4,431.
EXPORTS FROM JUNE 1 TO JULY 1.
Cotton. 335; spirits, 1.631, rosin, 5,601;
tar, 1,957 ; crude, 4.767.
Spirits, 5,074 ; rosin, 24,328; crude, 150.
LIST OF VESSELS CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Nor Airder. 455 tons. FlaffstaHt. frnm TTnll
May 17. - .
in or JJeodata, 37 a tons, Ardereen, sailed
from Hamburg, June 1.
GerEmlLe, 419 tons, Shultz, from Swine
munde, May 6 .
Nor Frey, 281 tons, IlalTersen, at Liverpool,
Nor Gibraltar, 49G tons, !Iennesen, Batted
from Rotterdam, June 4
Br. Hattle II., 403 tons, Cochran, sailed from
Hull, June 23 i
uer L,ucy & Paul, 323 tons, Andres, sailed
from Stettin, June 25.
or wion, 'izi tons, Clausen, from Stettin,
May 12. . '
Ger Tim. m inno
22 rw4.9 uaiiiVUi! 112. H J
Ger Verein. 453 tons, Jahncke, sailed from
Hamburg, June 24
Change of Schedule.
FROM THIS DATE THE STEAMER PASS
PORT will run the followins schedule :
lieave Smithville Monday morning at 5 30
Leave "Wilmington Monday, Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday at 9 A. M. ; Friday 9 A.
1? 4 .M; Saturday, leave Smithville at
7 A.M.; Wilmington, 4P.M.
jUly 7 lw J. W. HARPER.
Roofing and Tin Work,
"gY EXPERIENCED WORKMEN.
- Our stock of goods of the BEST MATERIAL.
If you want a COOK STOVE call a t
PURE WHITE OIL. . july 7-
ND ALL THE WEEK YOU WILL find
large consignments of Apples, Peaches, Pears,
Chickens, fcggs and all other country produce.
These goods must be sold at once. caU on
A. W. RIVEN BARK,
The Live Grocer and CommUelon Merchant
i 114 North Water st.,
jnly .5 -.. Wilmington, N. C. "
OR FISHING TACKLE,
TT EL SPRINGER tt CO'S
, " r r d 23 Market fiteeet
The l&rgectaaa bcs( a&Bortmeiit ever offerrd
tathiasuuket. , jxUj 7
'I hem freely.
$1.50, 2.50, 2.75,-3.00 and, 3.50
V- MOSQUITO NET Good
CORSETS ! 'j Almost any
WHITE LAWN ROBES
SF" Turkish Bath Soap. .
july 7, 1884
WI WILL COMAJENCE OUR USUAL
SEMI-ANNUAL CLOSING OUT SALE
OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Spring and Summer Glothing,
From this day we shall" give most astonishing tar
gains so Ithat we may be able to makfi a
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIEK,
134 MARKET ST.
July 7 ' j - ' ' - , , . . .
H S THE 1J1 3
- Onr Tmnrovfid Artl"clal Ear Dram
BCientiflo men ot Europe and America. Write lor illustrated descriptive book and
irom doctors, Jadgea, ministers and prominent men and women who nare been cored, aadv
take pleasure tin recommending them. They are unseen while In use, comfortabla to WW, M
paafce ft permanent cure. Address, u a. HiolioLson, 7 Mnwoy 8U, tiew Hork -
june 30 ly tl t th sat wly eow ' . 1 .
Sa-'- Crestuic, Wue
rSend for Csrtaloguo.
men 13 d&w ly
Has Arrived I
FBESH SUPPLY OF THAT ; delicloua
U HATED TINE APPLE
by to-day's N Y
Steamer. Also, another lot of) that A No.l
MIXED TEA at 60c per jouml, (China Cup
and Saucer given with every pound) 200 pounds
sold In two weeks. Remcniber I keep nothing
but the very best first-class goods. Fresh sup
ply every week. TDall and examine at Crapon's
Family Grocery. i
GEO. M. CRAPON, Agent,
mch 26 23 South Front St
Mattresses, Window Shadc$, and an elegant
line of Chamber, Parlor and Dining Room
Suits. For sale by
. Tnos. C. CRAFT
28 So. Front St.
lVe have the most complete establish
ment of the kind to be foimd in Wilming
ton, and guarantee all our work to be done
in first class style, and on reasonable terms.
Send in your orders during the dull sea
son, and have them, executed at the lowest
It is a Fact That
HUMPHREY, JENKINS & CO. keep a
fresh supply every day of Apnles Pearh-
ask. No. 112 South Front st. r1 e
. Julys ... j - .;
The Excursion ind Pic Nic
S?N l NPW OPE :AHD PERSONS
J1 the Soands or SmlthyUle.
toiuSn doiirst--clwork wilt do well
the wt k30wn 5,er Perfumer at his
S2.2!?i MAlKET STUEET,
25c, 30c, 35c. r
with anything in the market, , '
article or Lace Net 108 inches.
style you wish. CORSETS ! ;
All grades and sizes. .
Are being closed ont cheap.
' ' r :
care Deafness In all stasrea. "nBooBoatnifd
F. XL MINCKLEU, SkcW.
National fire & M Co..
"W ire Cloth. V.'lre Counter fciiliiun. Wire Stent, Outlne
4: Cotl Soreenn, Veuhr Vanee, SUWo Fixture. Roof
; lion Fences, Iron Shutters, Counter Support,
Id-ilentlon this Paper.
-J-JHDER NEW MANAGEMENT,
WILMTNGTOir, H. C
B. L. PERRY, Proprietor.
Late Proprietor Atlantic Hotel.
all lt appointment. Terms t!50 to I3.W
per day. ' - - ' ..
City Drug Store.
316 MARKET STREET.
NO CONUNDRUM ABOUT THIS :
Soda Water at 5c per glass. It c&ntw
good at 2 or 3 cents per glass; (too bucb
foam and gas).- Drags and Cigars to jpeij
.variety. My Soda Water Is always good.
can't be excelled every day. Mr CotoP
th best to be had. Ice Cream Soda occasion
ally. Call on -OLD" JIM COKOLKY.
VCTHY IS THE STEAMER PASSP0EI
llkl a Stilng Band ? Because It cannot K
without its "Harper 1"
o . :
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