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marts this demand,
Each Cigarette is provided with a
weet, clean, new mouth piece, which
disposes of all nicotine.
b4 "for Wk-malc BU Lb
jSon (jcnuine wilhouL it.
Watch the papers for our, large
.advertisement; different portraits of
eading men each time.
IT LEADS ALL.
No other blood-purifying medicine is made,
or hai ever beet prepared, which so com
pletely meets the warns ox physicians ami '
the general public as
' It leads the list as a truly scientific prepara
tion for all blood diseases. If there is a lurk
Cnnnnn a ing tint of Scrofula about you,
OwKUrULA Avk' Saiwxpabilla will
iliilttdgeTt aud expel it from your system.
For constitutional or scrofulous Catarrh,
Pirinnti Aykr's Sarsaparilla is the
UAIAnnn true remedy. It has cured
numberless cases. . It will stop the nauseous
catarrhal discharges, aud remore the sicken
ing odor of the breath, which are indications
ol scrofulous origin.
Hutto,Tex., Sept. 28, 1SS2.
"At the acre of two years one of
Oat)C my children was terribly afflicted
WUaLO with ulcerous running sores on its
face and neck. At the same time Its eyes
were swollen, much inflamed, and rery sore.
Qnne CVCO Phrsiciaustoldusthatapow
OUtiu ELluw erfulalteratire medicine must
be euiplored. They united in recommending
Ayku's Sarsaparilla. A few doses pro
duced a perceptible improvement, which, by
an adherence to your directions, was contin
ued to a complete and permanent cure. J No
evidence has since appeared of the existence
of any scrofulous tendencies; and no treat
meat of any disorder was erer attended by
more prompt or effectual results.
Yours truly, IS. F. JOHSSOX.
Dr.J.C.Ayer& Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all bruggUta; $i. six bottles for S3.
aa I ljiotp dJtW A
PARSLEY & .WIGGINS,
S.VSU, BLINDS, DOORS,
ORNAMENTAL WOOD WRK.
- apliJtf V
Boxes and Crates,
lifcUl rUPKT 'IP VOSTB K3 AND
17 fruits. In aa-mcs or r vly tasae.
rB.L.LOVr PINK LUlitSKK.
- A tall stock of ftoutjn and Dressed Lumber.
La'hs, fr Bolldluf purposes.
C3 Orders by tao cargo, Domestic and For
Tipl 22 L&Y -. PAS3LKY WIGGINS.
The Daily Review,
mi,, . . tteirin ha thj Inrrrexi
ona fide circulation, of any newspaper
i uMished. in the city of WilmifbgUm. J9
FRIDAY, JULY .11. 1884.
Hound over for a new trial last Sum
Sinking is jroing o be fashionable at
It is the base-ball pitcher who dots
regular army work.
Many men. the moment they g t into
trouble rush for a tiht -place the sa
The Kiiail boy beii s t swim now,
ami the 'big one won't drown if he can
Of course it takes all kinds of people
to make a world, and vet all people are
Never put devil d crabs belorc a hen
pecked husband; it. is a sad reminder
of his own condition.
' The newc-fct lancy in embroidery is
called the ' railroad stitch " Ii proba
bly hasn't a "brake" in it.
It a straw bed is a bed stuffed with
straw, why should not a strawberry be
a berry stuffed with straw?
The most difficult undertaking imag
inable is to rouse a man in a railr.jai
car who is r.-ccupjing two scats.
Nor brig Amykos, Ho'.sta I, cleared
i-day tor Riga, ilusia, with 2.104
barrel? rosin, valued at 82 ilf shipped
ry Messis. Patu'- n, Downing & Co.
The North Carolina '(Jon l'eclir
.Col. W F. IUasley, rnsident ol the
Coiif dTate llurm- Association of North1
Carolina, in aoeotdaiiLC with previous.
!,noui c mcnt,,met th.e'L'id'es ol the
Menu rial A. ci.-iton, iogith r with
otlerladie and "t'tiilcsjien of Wil
mintiton. at the n oms I" 1 1 e Wilmint;
!oii"L'bray Afsx ia'i-n at 5:30 oYloek
yiterday aferi.oon n -d addri ssei
ihim ii)'ii the plan-' piopo'd for n
('on led ra c Iline lr N'i 'h ( -a c "lisia
IIh I'u ly ami cxhausi iv-lj exjTlaini d to
bis hearers the plan which it w:n pii s
td to follow in ert at n tl;i Uoiuu. a;nl
was listened to with niarki d at, cntion
and inleiesl thn tuln i;t.- The method
by which the money is to be raise 1 for j
the H m.e was cor tained in a circular
issued bj Co . Be ish y, which ve pub
lished a few w e- k- ago,. and wecon-mler
it entjiely le sit le ami not difficult to
acc mplish. 1 he sni'-unt to be raised is
$100,000, and a very mi; all conti iiiuion
by each individunl vhite person in the
State -would raise the ei.tire .um.
rherearemanj ladies and gtntU:n.e.i in
hi Slate who line- abundant mean',
md v, ho would tltdly contribute litx r
;'ly io an enifi pi i.-e vvfieh appeals bu
iiitctl and ea i tti) 'o their pat i i t-
sm in bi h df iA the maime', .iitip!v tl
n.d hilplS:S hcr's v lio saei i'iU-id so
niich on the abar t North Carolii a'
Tlie lemaiks .f Col. liea-hy created
nuch enthusiasm a'aiong his he:ners,
md wrll i hey might. Although a tiiu
speaker, lie attempted no fi ghts i t oi
ali iy, ffut coiifiued idms If to a plain.
ractical. common sense hlatCm i.t o:
tie btims ot our disabled and infirm
xe'erans upon the people of North (Jar
ihna, and in a purely bush. ess main.ei
unfolded his phtes, concluding with an
urgent apt ;il to the pa.Ui'tie heat ted
people ul Wilmington H) awake to tin
m portai c u of i he und riakiiiir and b Uie
lull o! t.ver citizen ?o a'd in i:s speedy
At the conclusion ot his rcmaiks. a d
alter a full and free discussion ol the
subjict, in a.l its hearing, in whhieh a
numb rot our citizens participated, it
was decided tf at the Ladies' Memorial
ABs ciaticn ot Wilmington be request"
id to undertake to iaite the .um ot $1,
SCO, which is the amount apportioned
to New Hanover county as its contribu
tion lo this most worthy, laudable and
noble cause. This task the Ladies' Me
morial Association will undertake and
will enter at once up n the duty, which
o the members will be a labor ol
love as well as mercy ; and as the
ladies never tail in whatever they un
derlake in a g'Kid caue, the complete
success of their undertaking becomes a
foregone conclusion. We hope that
every white man, woman and child in
New Hanover couuty'may be appealed
to and opportunity gien to alj to con
tribute to the object in which all should
feel a deep interest. None will refuse
but, on the contrary, would consiJer it
a blessed priyilcge lo contribute as their
means will permit lo such an enterprise.
We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
oeing made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. ti.
To all who are suffering loiu the errors
and ' indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay loss of man
hood. &-3 , I will sund a recipe that wil
care you. FREE OF CHARGE. This
threat remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in bouth America. Send a sell
addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. I nm an. Station 27, Acta York City.
Durham Sevorier: Mr, Alex Dixon,
an old and highly respected citizen of
O ranee, died at bts home last JUonuay,
aecd 77 veare. lie. has been lor a num
ber of years a consistent member tf the
Pf esbytertian Church, and has lived a
most exemplary life.
Charlotte IIome Democrat: II is ca-
t:uiated tjiat the increase in the valua
tion of real estate in Charlotte Town
ship, since the valuations of 1883, by
reason of improvements, will be about
$60,000. And in Deweese Township
about $27,000. The same proportion
ale increase in other townships ol this
comity may be calcu'a'ed. This section
of the State is processing in every line
of imj rovement.
Shelby Aurora: The Tin Mine at
King's Mountain has iwtbeen worked
recently. A party of capitalists with
lr Hidden, the discoverer of hiddenite,
visited the mine anl a contract was
nearly consummated and lhev were t-
pay 5.000 cash tor privilege of develop
ing the mine. If the mine proved
valuable alter prospecting lor three
months, the captalwts were tfay a
huge sum, about $100,000 for the tin
minp. Some difliculties arose in con
summating the contract and t he nego
Chatham Iicmrd: On last Thmsday
there was the heaviest fa'.i of rain in the
wealtrn'' part l this county that his
almost ever before been known. Not
only weie all the streams tJonce swol
len out ot 'their banks, but all the flat
and level places became ponds of water.
Several washouts occurred in the road
bed ot the C. F. & Y. V. Railroad be
tween Siler and Egypt, but they were
soon repaired. Many farmers loft a
good deal of their wheat and oaU which
had been shocked in the fields-anil were
washed away by the rushing waters.
Greenville ll-jleclor: A very bad
accideut occurred n a r the wharf Hst
Friday morning. A party f colored
men had the cannon out and i ete
firing saiutes to thts excursion its ; fr.iru
Washington. The gun had been fired
several nines and while :i lo'.d ws
being rammed in it fired off ficcTdentally
anil seveVely wonded George Dudley
nnd William Hsnrahan and slishtly in
jured one or I vro others. ILmiahan
was ih. own nb"iit ie:i te t ti';u the
gun aud was t- rrihly burmd ab'm tho
hi ni", face and b.-dy Dudley's severest
injury was about the lace and it is
thought his eyesight is totally destroyed
P.i Idsboro Alcsscnyer : . Cfip. Swift
(rnl oway aUended the Chicnjfo ; -veutiop,
jusi to get a . peep at the in -pos'liiTjeei
e, conifMised oi the natiotiV
repnsentative'', an I a i lera i trom
Mrj HtuitK informs us that the Cp ain
has been elected one if the 1 reading
clerks. Capt. I'.-uhbsni. n s;dent
tit the Sfa e Fruit -Fair, spent I'm sday
in thi.s ci-3r, with the l.eal bard
directors, who are bestirring them
selves in every department , .with 'such
energy as Capt. Rid' ison snsjhe has
never before witne.-s d in the history of
he Fair. He sas he teels satisfied
that the coming r r in this cuy will
ar eclipse any former exhibition of the
Clinioa Caucasian: There is a large
ong leaf pine near the Faison arid
Giddensvdle roal , in Piney Grove
township, which ennoht onhre the 1 1th
ol April and hps burned ever since, ith
the appearance of having lire jeuough.
from the smoke Irom two holes; twenty
eetlrom the ground to run any orJi-
naiy cook stove. : 1 he rains last
week destroyed thousands of bushel ol
corn on the water courses in Sampson,
and dil great damage, to cot tori f Still.
wit h favorable felons Irom ijow out.
uplands will do thvir best ami i.i ji
neaure compensate the 1 ss Uj"r
he whole the outlook lor crops is hip -"ul.
much moie so thnnat thistime hvsr
Asheville Citizen: Mr. Wi:lnn.s
ta- kindly called tou ur nt?entioti tieii-
erai Older No. li)(. issued tluni g the
wr by Gentrai Lee in tte ful!ii-s
the tender regard he aiway ili-nl'iv i!
or "he hiii.th ahd cointrt ot li s intn.
In view ol I he prevalaiv e of the c m
i l iin.s ineidei.t to the Summer, the
rder suggetttd the wearing of a tlsn
el band aiourd the abdomen, saitl
hard beinir wider in lro"t. the exLrem-
e t bn adth of w hit h nfd in t exceed
tourinchis. It woubd be especially
UM'ful t children, all of whom U'c ii-i-
j'e to attack ' of Summer c imi'aiuts.
1'he philosophy . ol t lits "pplica i r. si cms
to be the control of the mo' ion ot the
jovc!s in daily exercise Th s is th
seuMMi whi n a trial of a very simple
uweinive can be readily tested,'
News und Observer; Mr Duke was
ic:e yi sti;rdHV and was interviewed by
a reporter: He said he thought t is let
rer puMiiihed some week' ag , iu which
he declined the nomination as State
treasurer, was ofliciar1 enough. But
ho ascertained that it was not
thought to be niflicimtly so and hence
came here to see the committee in per
son, aud f say to them that he could
ot be acandidate. He said this wahis
unalterable de'ermiuation. lie said
further that he did not know whether
or not the committee would fill the
vacancy. Some persons had said the
acaney wt uhl not be filled. He w-a in
clined io the belief that it would he
soon It seems t be understood that i
this Le done, it will b3, at the next
meetmg of he reorganized c mraittee.
A leading member ot the ReDub-
lican State executive committee said
that the campaign made by his party io
this State will be a particularly aggres
sive one. The tactics emnloved in 1880
will again be used. He said it would
be a "campaign to the very throat
latch." He would not say whether he
had any great hope of the success of his
party, but said he would fcut it this
way if the Republicans conld not and
did not carry North Carolina,-he did
not care a ior tneir success in the
Charlotte Obtervcr: At Monroe yes
terday about noon a heavv fire broke
out. resulting in the totallestruction of
the planing mills of Mr. J. T Hart.
together with a large quantity of lum
ber that was piled in and around the
mills. The fire broke out while the
hands were at dinner and gained rapid
headway. There was no insurance on
the property, and the loss, we arc told,
will amount to $2,000, or probably
more. -The train fr m Snelbv ar
rived yesterday morning; crowded wiih'
passengers, and as they got cut at tie
depct thev appeared to be discussing
some exciting question. As they
talked a reporter caught such ex-
. . 1 a 15
came through the glass." "didn t
stop the train,'1 like'n to hit me," tc.
and JU was evident Irom this that
their train had been fired into. Such
proved to be the c ss. and Irom tte
reports, given by the passengers, it
was one of the boldest outrages on
record; The. train was nearing Caar
lotte; and was entering the .precincts
of- Biddlesviile, when the report of a
pistol was - heard, followel by the
sound crashing of eI&s, and a bulUt
ltdged in the canrasJ covering ot the
interior ot the car. Capt. J. L. Maf
fitt. ot Wilmington, who wa on the
train, saw the man standing in the
cut beside th track deliberately draw
a pistol, and taking quick aim, lire into
the passenger : coach. - - Several other
passengers also saw the inan draw Ms
pi3tol and fire the shot. It was some
moments before they could rcc-ver
from their astonishment and notify
Capt. Harry Johnston, the conduct o-,
who was busy at work on his papers in
the baggage car. and by that time the,
train had lett the scene ol the shooting j
a mile behind. It was deemed useless
to stop then, as the rascal was undoub- j
edly beyond reach. The passengers
gave jrTull description of the man, who j
was they think, a tramp. Every ef
fort is being made to capture him, and
it is to be hoped that he will jet feci fT.e.
The malls close nd arrive at the CUy -Ph.
office as follows :
CLOSE. . "
Northern through mails, fast ..7.3'j;P. M.
Northern through and wi. inalla....S 0i A. M.
Raleigh, i .6.45 V. M. ami S.O A. M.
Mails tor the N. C. liailroad anl
routes supplied theretrom lnclud-
C. liallrcwi at
7.3'J 1 il. and c".0o A. M
Southern Mulls for all points South,
dally. S.C0 P. M
Western mail3 (C. C. Iiailway) dally,
(except Sunday) 6.4 P. &l.
All points letween Hamlet and Ral
eigh , 6.4 P. M.
Mall for Chcraw and Darlinston Kail
road --- s-00 p- M-
Mails for polntbetween Florence
and Cliarieston: Sa0 P. it
ITavettevllle ajdoulce& on Cape Fear
Iilver, Tuesdays and Fridays .I.iH) P. M.
Fayette vllle, via C U Ual'road, dally,
except Sunday. ...... i 64 P. M
Onslow C H. and Intermediate otli
ccs, Tuesdays and Fridays ......K) A. M.
Smlthville malls, by Bteamiioat, daliy
(except Sundays) 2.30 P. M
Mails for Easy Ilill, Town Creek,
jsnaiioite ana little uivpr,
tavs ami Friday
Wrights vllle, dally
...6.X) A. M.
..8.30 A. M.
; OPEN FOR 1M
Northern: through and way mails
..7.30' A. M
..7.S0 A. M
Carolina Central Railroad....
tails collected from street boxes 0uelnes
portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5 :Q
t' M. aud from other points of tho city at 5
-tamj OlILce open from 7 A. xM. to 6 P. M.,
Moue.y order and lieglatr Department opcr.
trom S A. M. to 5.30 P. M.
general delivery open from 7A.M to 6 P.M.
i-id rt Simdn vs from 8.30 to .30 A. M.
Carriers' delivery oion on Sunday from H. W
Quarterly ilcf tinj?.
Third Hound for '.he Wihnin'o i Dis
tficf of the Method st E. CIuireh,SontM :
Wilmington, at Filth Sirocf, July 12
leaden Circuit, a. M.-X t' tV, July 19
Clinton Circuif, at G slien, Ju'y 2fi
"AViliuington, a Front .Street, August
2 a- (13.
Smiihvillc, Angus' 9 ar d 10.
Brunswick Circuit, a" Mt. Zion, Au
gust 12 and 13.
AVhitevillo Circuit, :t Peacock's Au
gust IH and 17.
Fle;ninrt n Circui , at Carver's
Creek, August 23 and
Eliza; et.M C rcu t, at Purdie's, Au
gust 3') :.nd 31
No -von Grve Mis-i n, at Newton
(Jrove, 'Aim ust 30 ai.d 31.
Cokes bury Circuit, at Bethel. Sep-tcnib-
r (5 i.nd 7. m
Th. Di.-trict Confcr.-iire wi'l be Juki
at Gosl-cn, on the Cii' ton C rcuif-, com
mniciuij Wednesday morning, July
23d iv 10 o'clock.
F i 'av on ruing, organization of
Sunday Sch ol Cont'ercnc-' a -id Sunday
Sch- ol addri ss.
Centenary si t vices Saturday ni'.rn-J
mg several short addresses and centenary-
- W. II Robuitt. P E
QN AND AFTEU rill DAY, JULY Hlh,
uiy friends will Had me at No JS N. FRONT
ST. Store now on iu led by 'Air. w: T. John
son. Couie and bec me.
C. M. IlAllliis,
july 1 lwk Ncivj ie-Jcr.
W. E. SPUJVGKU CO'S.,
19. 21 and 23 Market tftei
The largest acd t;est assortmeiit ever'ofle'-ed
In this market. iulv 7
ND LOW PKICES AT
GIIJCS tb MUKCIIIS N'6,
3S and 40 Murr.hf.--on Rlork.
J. L. WINNER,
AlfAiCIJMAKEU & JEWELLER,
Chronometers. Frr.e Witcl.R g?xA
and Jewelry repaired and warranted. Eai
i . T n . .
uiipusuB ew ULUtrKet, s roni st
Harper's Young Peopie
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY 16 Paih
SUITBD'TO BUYP ASD GIKUJ OF FSull filJ
TO SIXTEEN TKAK8 OF AGE.
VoL V. commences November 6, 1883.
U AKPEK'8 Youno People U the best week
ly f or children La America Southwestern
Christian Advocate. '
All that the artists skill can accomplish in
the way of illustration has been done, and the
best talent of the country has contributed to
Us text New JSngUnd Journal of Education.
In Us special field there is nothini? that can
be compared with it Hartford Evening Pott.
HARPEH'S TOUNG PEOPLE, i
Per Year. Postage Prepaid, ) 91 5P
Ncmbkks, Four Cents each.
Specimen copy sent on receipt of Three C:s.
The V Glumes of Ilarpcr's Young People f or
SI 82 and 1SS-J, handsomely bound In Illumina
ted Cloth, will be sent by mall, postage pre
paid, on receipt -of 3 ooeach. Cloth Cswi
for each volume, suitable lor binding will le
sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of "iO cents
ttemlttances should be made by Poet OC c
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of h i
- fwspapcrs are not to copy this advertise
ment without the express oruer of IIakfvr
SxoTHXU. Address .
- IIAKPKj; A BROTHERS !
nressions a?, "villain "Disui suol.
contains aai antidote for all malarial lis-
orders winch, so far -as known,
other remetly. jit contains no
i3 used iu no
any mineral nor deleterious substance what
evor, and consequently produces no injuriousCS
effect npoii tle constitution, bnt: leaves tho
5 stein a3 healthy as it was before the attack.
7E WAEEANT AYES'S AQUE CUBE
to cure CTcry caseof Fever 'andj Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Eenitent Fever,
I.'unib Ague, Bilious Fever, and liver Com
n'aiiit caused by malaria. Ih cage of failure,
filter due trial, dealere are authprizett, by our
cisx'ular dated July 1st, 182, to ;rcfu nil tho
Dr. J.C.Ayerc Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. .
iu:iy id A v
U M Jl K ICC i A I, n t: w .
W f?-M f N iTC N M A IK KT
' July 1 1-4 1. M
. SPI1UTS TURPENTINE-Quoted
sseadv at 2S cents per cal loft . Sales" of
3o0 eaks at these iijrure. I
UOSIX Quoted linn at t)7i cents for
Strained and $l.02 fur 'Good Strained
TAU Quoted Grin at $1.30 per bbl
d 2H lbs
CRUDE TURPEN TIN
steady at 1.85 for Virgin., dnd Yellow
Dip and l for Hard"
CO FTON Quoted dull and nominal.
Small sales on a basis of ljj cents per
pound f r Middling. The iollowingare
the oilicial quotations
L r d Ordinary : .. . .
I) Middling. ....... -
ivl iiidlin. . . .
Spirits Turpentine i 513 .-asks
Rosin. ; 1073 bbls
Tar ...... i .127 bbls
Crude Turrxttitine. - -. 218 Mls
MA It IN 13 N !: WK
ARiUVEl). I ,
Steamer Passport, Harior. Smith
ville. Master. ' "
Steam yacht Louise, -W?k didc
Sniiihville. Master .
Steamer Bladen, Oreerj, Fayette
ville. C S Love & Co. ?
Steamer A V Hurt, AVorth, Fayette
Worth & Worth !
Steamer Vassoort, Ilarher. Smith
ville. Master !
Steam yacht Ijouise, I Wo tld.do.
Smith ville, -Master
Steamer Bladen, Green, Fayette
ville. C S Ijyve & Co.
Steamer A P Hurt, Worh, Fayette .
viilu, Worth & AVorth.
Steamer John Dawson, Black, Point
Caswell U PiPaddison. ;
Nor brig Auiko, ; lIolt.nd. Riga,
Russia, Pate.rson, Dowr.ing'l& Co
Rii?3, Russia Nor L;rig AJmykos 2,-
104 bbls rosili
MONTHLY STATllKN I
STOCKS ON HAND JL"Ly1. Ib4
Cotton ashore, 83-i; afloat, 40" total,
82. . j
Spirits ashore. 1.510; afloat, 2,254; to
tbi. 3794. i
Rosin ashore, 68,371 ; afloat, 9,495; to
Tar ashore, 1,G12; afloat; 110; total,
Crudt ashore, 1,67.
KECEIPTS FISOM JUNE 1 TO JULY 1.
Cotton, 56; spirits, 8.793; rdsin. 23.79;
tar, 1.720; crude, 4.43 L . j
EXrOUTSFKOM JUNE 1 TO JULY 1.
i DOMESTIC- f
Cotton, 335; spirits, 1.031, ijosin, 5,601;
tar, 1.957; crude, 4.767. t
FOREIGN. ' i
Spirits, 5 074; rosin. 24,328;; crude, 150.
LIST OF VESSELS CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Nor 4 gdcr. 455 tons, FlagstadC, from Hull,
May 17. j
Nor I'fodata, S7i tons, Atdcrccii, silled
from llaraburjr, June 1. i
Ui r itmihe, ll'J tons, Sliultz, jfrom SwIdc
niuude, May 6 j
Nor Frey, 81 tons, Ilalvcrsen.iat Liverpool.
May 2t j .
Nor oibraltur, I'M ton3, rriceden, called
from ltoitcrdam, June 4 I .
Jlr. atili II., I 3 tons, Cochran, Balled from
Hull, Jrne 23 1
G r i ucy t Paid, 328 tons, Aa re, sailed
from biui in, 1uue25.
Nor uj-Ln, 32 tons, Clausen, Ifrom StctJn,
Kay 12 ;
Ger Tex.s, 591 tons. T oof, at Ilamburg, May
13. . j . -
Ger Verein, 4;3 tons, JahncVei sailed from
Ilauiburg, Jnne M
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V1LMINGTCN TO WASHINGTON CITY AND
yiLL LEAVtf. ON MUSDAy , JULY H
ONLY $7. Ladles atd Gtnt'enjen need not
hesltiteln regard to going, a the undersigned
will take charge of the three carl set aside for
Tickets now oY gae.
For.partlculara anl circulars, Mi ply to
u,y 8 " P. UEISSDEBGER.
Change of Schedule.
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jnly 7 lw
Eooflng and Tin Work,
uur etock of goods o f the D EiT MATKBIAL.
It i ou want a COt K hTO VE call a t
Leave Uianingtun Monday, Tixesday. Wed
Hatb uwonm Ta
a,ett.f rectal iK Buc ( "V
to be offered. Thai Kt,.-
re aow enumcrato nr GEXKbAl
hill conllnne dnr!nr i tt . .
na notlco Kh yu tinMVC x,,, )
; o cents.
iUixlTV 6C nr.i.J
. 65 Cents.
f-cvp.nty-Fi' ljnt for mi ,i I
Corsvt lo V Kxtensu"; H
i u.-t, for ne VolUr and a On'
v-tlue ne Doll ir an.) a ji.w ''QL cfj
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i vuute-lliin.il. . I
I ldUlreu's CorsciS-whh J?1'
e have a
1 18 3Iarkct St.,
july 9 WILM1NGT0X. S. c
Good pe t C. . to anv iM'rtf ... I
For the Campaign,
1HK - POl ITICAL C A Hl'AIGN Cft,
. which the ptonle . of Sonh
ust prcpailnjr to enter will, beyond an
ion, oe one or irreat t xMtfmnnt n. .
au tn a id i.eedad to inhurfi n.
eos a?.d contloned nroBOPrttv tn ti, J!:..
a pUln, luthful statement of whu ml
tne racts of tilstory. or are d iii
1 he reasons ior Democratic vlct..rv. . J,l
even stronger re -ona for Kepu .Hc'an Ueftil
ec vin uvwuw, auu it 13 me purpose of
t do Ks fu'l part In lajhu thombefortd
At) il)C t.Cot means In it nnwr n Ihl.
u .n answer o i,ip ain, w l EGISTBU i
I - v iuw m
the reach ol very one tin n.irtiio ,.i.ntt.
u,iiu i r BicicMiai 'urapdvns.
v bo v it;i us; br.t that tlutv will uav n J
mi. nu.nuu uuri inn. v.iL4rv -imiiih
r n n.uifji.v.... . r..u . ...
.iiu lin e mere must he wtiv work, hi
I . . t M. l ' . " - 1
o k, work all ihe ti ne. It iroiwt voverJ
nu-nt nd-a peop e'u )roejeiity n vnt
working lor, let im all g.i to work, andatoJ
1 he lU oiSTKitwIll he fu.nishcd to L
until November 1 , at lite to.llnjr rte:
u r copy, sc.; live -oi:fS. ft, e. copH
75; twenty rot.l. 1 lify ppie, $l3;o
iiun -in u coj-icB, $ s '
la every cjcC tue paper ulll be 6entonm
tbe returns of the tlceti'm th.tll.be reretTM
atd piibllsntd. arui we lnvl'e the aitnlloiof
hxei uthc Lou.ralt'icj of Oouiit)cDdToirt
bhlpi?, v Ji'i of all oihcr ln.er. tted. to Ihe Un
Vgn hEolSTEU as a sure and cheap nieinuf
luriabning lniormation 10 tne peop e.
. Address Haleigh kzgistek,
DOCUMENT NO l-im.
'DEMOCRACY Va. kEPUBUCASlSIL
HANDBOOK VV NOKTU CAB0LIX1 POLITICl
The Platforms, The Parties, and Tte Iuoei
Tub Inrtinrn of i'ocumtnt No. 1." ''M
by tbe Democratic State Executive Coramiuw
n nsat was generally reugucu vs-
A elnilir Uandb k Irs leei preprtf.w!l
tula year's ue, and will be issued lone
ly; after the session ot the Cuieago Dcoiocw
lc Convention; , , .,,
phlet of about 150 pages, Svo , nd w llcw-
tain tuc luiicst inrormaiion un uin
Document No 1, lor 18S4, will bo supplied 1.
TES DOLLAK3 PEIi IIVKVUID.
the actual cash ost of ivpc-Bcttlog, pair &
press work. -..)
In order that the size of the cdluo wjw
determined, prompt orders are
A,l.ia CALKJGII KF.OlSTKaV
SEA-SIDE PARK HOTEL
1 in enr-gln the 'rvlcev ot h "J,
Caterer, MilAKK WBBIl la jl
lull control 01 oun cuc" uoi
r ecte l with the Culinary Ucpr Sf
0,.nv atlft'clion to oie ana v
the t-JCL-SIDfc j AUK Btn-VT
resort -,' t t: ,,nc "FanJ
O IUIflSUtDl UJ -
carry our guests to t e JnE'-,..
Llrect Teiepbone eQmmjgg 4
July 10 tf V
rpnlS WILMISGTOS SJJV
1 No. 27. Market at. Vjjgr Jsd
7. e. Congress. tM niost KaS
25c and qpwarda. Seaside S JW
Boy's yachting H ?'vaSu i
f rs 2 and upwards ml'ti
ers, reinforcI. equal to lincnBome
75c- Drawers made to or er
f hlrts with 2IC0 linen bosom niade'"
$1. Orders from ibe nnt2.,4j.
prompUy attended to. jZlJf
hi ihe comer of Front and gx tJ
wnere purest viuiu w '-allf
Ladles, and gentlemen aw respec
Order promptly filled 'f WTjilP1.
charge Mtt. & blil-i. J. L. "3pl
one 17 1m ' -
-J, avis " 1 f
tween Uart-cttad Princess. J I
tlemen's g.xbi of every !
Also, cleAiunr, scourlur ana we- i
me a pair of tout old Kid f
e nave aw von sile Orsct Ca,
ndec. Underwear, Mtlru. Mela Jk
ParasoK-Iland C tcht i s 8Un8,,ad
Feathers. Mate, Ij e uloveJJiJ Milt
io;or, style. or tixc, it uuls,