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K,U VICE PRESIDENT:
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
of Indiana. , .
FOR GOVERNOR :
ALFRED M SCALES,
FDK LIEUT. GOVERNOR:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN.
of New Hanover.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS.
. of Wake.
FOR STATE TREASURER:
DONALD W. BAIN,
W. P. ROBERTS,
; of Gates.
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
Ti'KKIXTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN
STRUCTION: S. M. FINGER,
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT!
A. S. MERRIMON,
FOR ELECTORS-AT-LARGE :
W. II. KITCHEN-,
JOHN N. STAPLES.
Tourgee is still engaged in the ''fool's
errand" business. He will support
The Democracy made their nomina
tions on the second ballot in 1876,. 1880
Henry Ward Beecher is temporarily
a first class Democrat. He will work
and pray for Cleveland and Reform.
At the Republican ratification meet
ing: in New York the other night, Mr.
William M. Evarts twisted one of his
five furlong sentences hopelessly around
lilalnc and Logan.
We learn that there is some dissatis
faction in Georgia at the nomination of
Cleveland, in consequence of which it
is feared that his majority will not
exceed 90.000 in that State.
North Carolina wa3 among" tbc first
of the States to swing into line to coa
firm the nomination of Cleveland. It
is cool day when the'Old North State"
gets left in a Democratic Convention.
Ex-Senator John Pool says the Dem
ocratic ticket will sweep the country as
did thatoOlarrison. in 1840; that it can
not be defeated, and that the Blaine
ticket will notgetone hundred and fifty
Everybody is satisfied with our State
ticket. The Democrats are delighted
and the Republicans say that it is the
very ticket to beat, but somehow there
is a lack ot gushing confidence with the
latter, which becomes difficult to recon"
cilewith intense happiness.
Mr. George Jones, proprietor of the
New York Times, said to an interview
er in London : " When I heard of the
nomination of Governor Cleyeland
yesterday I said 'Thank God.1 1 believe
Mr- Cleveland's election to the presi
dency is certain. The New York
Tint shall support him. I have cab
tea to the Times to do so."
A Maryland County Treasurer says
be wocders not so much that detaca
10113 are frequent as that they arcnot
jaore numerous, considering the Lea vy
teiaPtations. He says that when he
Was firak. Putin charge of his office he
perfectly deluged with private,"
confidential" and other communica
llns from New York, proving on
PaPer-that he could double all invest
ments certainly if he would intrust his
money to the parties sending the com-maoications.
OuLr' Reinheimer. druggist,
Jerdale Indiana, states he sells
eorl6 1 St' Jcol)s Oil, the great pain
re, than all others remedies combin
a vu.curl his 'wife of rheumatism
na he is never without it in the house.
Now is thotimetogiveSmith's Worm
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VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. CL SATURDAY. JULY 19,
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
F C Milleb Conundrum
J D SuBLETT-r Baker Wanted.
C W Yates Wc Want Y-mr Tjaade
Hkinsberger Base Balls and Bats
Cape Tear Lodge 1 O O. F. Attention
Munds Bros. & DeRosset Medicines
Lawn Party Ladles' MeaaorUl Atsofia
Day's length 14 hours and li minutes.
To-morrow w-ll be the sixth Sunday
The Register of Deeds issued m mar
riage licences this week.
Tbe thermometer in this office indi
cated 80 degrees at noon to-day.
There were four interments in Oak-
dale Cemetery this week; ali adults.
The almanac predicts wind and rain
for to-day, to-morrow and Monday.
There were three interments in Pine
Forest Cemetery this week; all adults.
There were two interments in Bellevue
Cemetery this week, one adult and one
The Washington excursionists are
expected to arrive hero at about 10
o'clock to morrow morning.
There is unmailable matter in the
Postoffice in this city addressed to Mrs.
Sallie Lee, Lee's Store, N. C.
Rev. J W. Craig will conduct ser vices
at the Fifth Street M. E. Church
to-morrow morning and evening at the
Mr. J. D. Sublett at Hotel Bruns
wick is in need of a baker and not a
"barber" a stated by us Thursday.
We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory, tt.
There was quite a gale of wind at
Smithville last night, although there
was but little rain, while here it was
quite the reverse. The maximum ve
locity of wind there was 29 miles per
Bishop Watson will, D. V., adminis
ter the apostolic rite ot confirmation in
Sf. Mark's Church, corner of Sixth and
Mulberry streets, to-morrow at 8:30
o'clock p. m. A cordial invitation is
extended. Seats free.
The Lawn .Party.
Attention is invited to the notice in
another column of the Lawn party to be
given by the Ladies Oakdale Memorial
Association at the City Hall Park, on
the evening of Wednesday, the 23rd
inst., for the benefit of the North Caro
lina Confederate Soldier's Home. It is
for a noble cause and wo hope that our
citizens will respond liberally and
make tho party a decided fiuanciai suc
Last Night's Showers.
There were frequent light showers
during the early portion of last night,
but between the hours of midnight and
o'clock this morning it rained in tor
rents. Our streets were deluged and
washed as they have seldom been be
fore. The amount ot rain which feil
uring the night and up to 7 o'clock
this morning, was 1 inch and 33-100.
Strange to relate the cloud3 had all dis
persed at 3 o'clock and the sky was
beautiful in its quiet and brilliant star-
The first case tor the Mayor's con
sideration this morning was 'that of
Fred T Lord, colored, charged with
disorderly conduct, which was contin
ued for the defendent from yesterday.
He was adjudged guilty and fined $5
for the offence.
Sylvester Artis, was drunk and down,
and taken in by the police. He' was
Sampson Jervis, colored, charged
with fast driving, in violation of the
city ordinance, was discharged.
"We understand that Dr. R. M. Nor
nient, chairman of the Republican Ex
ecutiye Committee of this, tbe Sixth,
Congressional District, has called a
convention of his party to meet in
Rockingham on Thursday, the 14th day
of August, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose ot nominating a candidate for
Congress, District 'Elector and the
transaction bf such other business as
nlay be brought before it. W. H. Ger
ken, Geo. L. Mabson, John H. White
man and M. W. H Branch are the
delegates from this connty.
Every Farmer ought to get a "Boys
Clipper Plow," greatest invention ol
tbe age. Jacobi is the Agent. t .
Robbery and Attempted Mur
At a few minutes before 3 o'clock
this morning the citizens living near
the intersection of Mulberry and McRae
streets, were aroused from their slum
ber by the startling report of two shots,
fired in rapid succession, and followed
almost immediately by loud shouts Of
"Fire, Fire," in an tagonizing tone of
voice. Men jumped at once to see
what was the cause of the shooting and
subsequent outcry, but before they
could get ontbeir clothing and get out
of doors, the cry-had changed to ;MurH
der! Oh, God, I'm shot!" Arriving at
the scene, a colored man, named Caleb
Blount, was found lying on the ground
under a tree with two shots in his legs
Mr. S. G. Hall, who lives right oppol
site, blew a whistle, and in a few mo
ments policemen were on the ground.
Tbe wounded man was suffering se
verely and it was thought that one of
tbe bones of tho leg had been broken.
The answer to some interrogations his
language lacked coherence, which
might possibly be attributable to the
pain and excitement under which he
wa laboring. In substance, as near
as we could understand his story, he
said that he was coming past Mr. Ja
cob Mohr's store, on the corner of Mul
berry and Ninth streets where he saw
two men with an axe trying to force the
door open, and that he saw a box of cakes
on the sidewalk. Seeing him, the men
desisted and started to follow him, and
as he was crossing McRae street, going
in the direction ot Seventh, they order
ed him to stop once or twice, and fired
at him with the result mentioned, when
they found that he would not comply
with their demand. They then ran up
McRae street, going North, while he
hobbled to the corner, where he was
found. The wounded man was assisted
to his home, on Fifth street, between
Red Cross and Campbell, by some col
The crowd, who had gathered in
considerable numbers, then directed
their attention to the matter of the at
tempted robbery, pf which Blount had
spoken. Upon going to Mr. Mohr's
store, it was found that the thieves
had taken an ) axe and prized
apart ;the double doors . until
the bolt of the lock had been-with
drawn from its socket. There was a
bar, however, above the lock and this
prevented them from gaining an en
trance, although they had pressed
against it until they had split it. A lit
tle later it was discovered that they
had broken into a little store on the
Southeast corner ot Mulberry and Mc
Rae streets, kept by Susannah Jenkins,
colored, and stolen the cakes and some
fish which were found in the box al
ready spoken of.
A few minutes after the shooting peo
ple were heard running past the resi
dence of Capt. Gilbert, corner of Ninth
and Walnut streets and shortly re
turning, as if searching for something.
Early this morning a pistol was found
there with one barrel discharged whib
was banded over to Chief of Police
Dr. F. W. Potter, City Physician,
was called upon to attend the wounded
man, and be reports that one of the
bullets struck Blount in the front part
of the leg, and, passing around and
tearing off a piece of the bone in its
passage, came out in the rear,' and that
the other ball struck on a level with the
first, but upon one side, and cams out
at the same place. In other words the
bullets entered at different places, but
came out-at the same place. This fact
the doctor established by probing, and
it would seem to do away with the
theory that the pistol found this morn
ing did the shooting, as only one of the
chambers was empty. To our ears tne
reports sounded very much as if they
were made by a smooth-bore musket.
The wound is not considered danger
ous, but will probably cause the suffer
er much annoyance, and keep him from
his work for some time.
Freed from Suffering.
Mr. John B. Craig, whose critical
condition we mentioned a day or two
since, died at hi3 residence on Walnut
street, between Seventh and McRae. at
11 o'clock and 10 minutes this forenoon
aged 65 years. He was a tailor by trade
and bad followed that business in this
city for many years. He was stricken
with paralysis about 6 years ago. since
when he has been a helpless invalid.
Death to him was a sweet relief. His
funeral will take place from his late
residence at 5 o'clock to-morrow after,
noon under the direction of Cape Fear
Lodge No. 2, 1. 0. of O. F., of which
he was a member and thence his re
mains will be taken to Oakdale. Ceme
tery for interment.
A Xounff Thief.
A colored woman, " named Candacc
Fleming, came into tho city toxday
with a load of canteloupes for sale.
While disposing of them a colored boy
named Joseph JJones, solicited her to
let him have some of them to sell on
commission, he to return the money
alter the sales were effected. This she
declined to do, but the boy continued to
importune her until she had disposed of
her load and wis harnessing up to re
turn home. "While doing thi3 she heard
the money in bcr pocket jingle and
putting her haiL to her pocket -tound
that the boy had one of his; bands there
also , and was trying to rob her. She
held on to tbe boy until she could de
liver him to an officer, when he was
taken before Justice Millis, who,, in
default of $50 bail for his appearance
next Tuesday, committed him to jail.
Church Services To-Mojrrow.
St. James' Church, corner Market and Third
streets. Mxh Sunday after Trinity, July 2fl.
1881. Cclebrawn at 7.30a.m. Moraine Prayer
at 11 o'clock Evening prayer at 6 o'clock.
St. John's Church, corner Third and Red
Cross streets. Rev. James Carmlchacl. D. D.
Rector. Sixth Sunday after Trinity, July 20,
18S4 Holy Communion at 7.30 o'clock, a. m.
Morning Prayer at 11 o'clock. Sunday School
at 5 o'clock, p. m. Evening Prayer at6 o'clock.
St. Paul's Evan. Lutheran Church, corner of
Sixth and Market streets, Rey. F. W. E. Pes
chau, Pastor. English services at 11 o'clock,
a.m. German services at 8 o'clock. Sunday
School at 9.30 a. ml W. II. Strauss, Superin
tendent. Second Presbyterian Church, corner of
Fourth and Campbell streets. Services at 11
a. m and 8 p. m., conducted by the Rev. R C.
Reed. Sabbath School at 4 p. m.
First Baptist Church, corner of Market and
Fifth streets. Rev. T. H. Pritchard, D. D.,
pastor. Sunday Scho 1 at 9.20 a. m. Services
at 11 a. m , and 8.15 p. m. Missionary meet
ing at 4 p. m. Prayer and Praise meeting
Thursday night at 8.15 o'clock.
Fifth Street M. E. Church, between Nun and
Church streets, Rev. W. I. Hull, Pastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 3 p.m.; Class meet
ng at 3 p. m. ; Prayer meeting Thursday even
ng at 74 o'clock. .
Front Street M. E. Church, South, corner of
Front and Walnut streets. Rev. Dr. E. A.
Yates, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. . and S p.
m. Sabbath school at 3 p. m., VV. M. Parker,
superintendent. Prayer meeting and lecture
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Christian
Association Tuesday evening after first and
third Sabbaths, at 8 o'clock. Seats free and
strangers and visitors cordially invited.
Religious services in Tileston Upper Room
every Sunday at 3 P M. Public cordially in
vited. Seamen's Bethel. Dock between Water and
Front streets. Capt. W. J. Potter, Missiona
ry to the Seamen. Services every Sunday at
10.30 a. m and 4.30 p. m. Seamen and all
others are cordliiily invited. Seats free. Part
of the service will be in Norwegian, conducted
Dy i;apc. umisuanscn.
St Thomas' Pro-CathedraL First 'Mass -at 1
a m. Second Mass at 10 a. m. Vespers and
Benediction at 5 o'clock pm. Dally Mass at
Christ Church (Congregatlonalist)Nun street,
between Sixth and Seventh. Rev. D. D. Dodge,
minister. Preaching services at 11 o'clock, a.
m. and 8 o'clock, p. m. Pastor's Bible Class
at 12.15 p. m, Prayer and Praise meeting,
Wednesday, 8 o'clock, p.m. .Snnday School,
3 o'clock, p. m., in Memorial Hall, corner 7th
and Nun sts.
Second Baptist Church, on Sixth, between
Church hnd Castle streets. Rev. J. P. King,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun
day School at 9 a. m. Prayer meeting every
Third Round for the Wilmington Dis
trict of the Methodist E. Church,South :
Bladen Circuit, at McNatt's, July 19
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
gust 16 and 17.
Flemington Circuit, at Carver's
Creek, August 23 and 21.
Elizabeth Circuit, at Purdie's, Au
gust 30 and 31.
Newton Grove. Mission, at Newton
Grove, August 30 and 31.
Cokesbury Circuit, at Bethel, Sep
tember 6 and 7.
The District Conference will be held
at. fJnshp.n. on the Clinton C.rnuit. com
mencing Wednesday morning, July
Friday morning, organization of
Sundav School Conference and Sundav
Centenary services Saturday morn
ingseveral short addresses and cen
v . W. H Bobbitt. P. E.
Rouerh on Itch."
'Rough on Itch" cures humors,
eruptions, ringworm, tetter, salt
rheum, frosted teet, chilblains.
Hurrah for Cronly!
Tbe excursion from Cronly to Smithr
vill, on Thursday, July 10th, was quite
a grand success. It was an occasion
which had been anticipated by all the
Cronly ites for sometime with the high
est hopes, and every preparation was
made requisite for those hopes to be
realized, i be long looked-lor Thurs
day at last came, and at a very early
hour tne grounds ot Cronly were alive.
so to speak, with the expectant excur
sionists. Then the order of the day
was 'enjoyment to all. Some
of the young gentlemen showed
their gallantry by enjoying tbe company
of their 'fair sex friends." while others
contented themselves by feasting on tbe
good looks, of course, ot the aforesaid
sex; some participated in the dancing,
others in promenading,' while others.
who were more serious, indulged in
private cha's . Much credit is due the
committee for the snccess of the day
and the smooth way in which every-
thing passed oa. We feel proud or tins
grand success, and at an early day will
repeat the occasion. - -A. A. F.
Cronly, a. u. Jniy lbtu., i&a.
CRAIG Died in tola city, this worn ins;.
Jnly;i9th,US8, of paralysis, Mr. JOHN li
CRAIG, aged 65 years. 5 months and S3 days.
The funeral will take place to-morrow; (Sun
day) evening, at 5 o'clock, from his late resi
dence on Walnut ttreet between Seventh and
MeBae streets. Friends and acquaintances
of the family are respectfully invited to at
tend. - f
ARTIES GOING TO THE BOUND VIA
the Turnpike road, can get cocjl Beer, Soda
Water, Sarspirllla and Lemonade at the Sec-
ond Toll House. Stop and try id
July 19 it -
"CURST CLASS BAKER, AT QNCE
J. D. StJBLl.Tr,
july 1- 3t
Cape Fear Lodge, I. jO. 0. F.
TRETIIBEN YOU ARE herej
by ordered to meet at the Lodera &p2ggs
Roon at 4 o'clock, to-morrow evening (the
20th Inst.) to attend the funeral ojt.Bro. JOHN
B. CKAIG, deceased. Members of Orion Lodge
No. 64. 1. O. O. F. and all visiting members in
the cltv are respectfully Invited to attend and
participate in the ceremonies. I
By order I
H. J. MINTZ.N. G.
Wm. M Hays, Sect'y pro temp.
July 19 It Star copy . $
AILING TO OBTAIN THE (PASSPORT
for an Excursion, as proposed, for next week,
the Ladles' Oakdale Memorial j Association
wlllglve a lawn Party at the city Hall Park
on Wednesday evening, the 23rd. The pro
ceeds are to be used in behalf of the Con fed
erate Home, to be established in North Caro
lina. The public generally, who are interest
ed in the cause, are invited to contribute re
freshments of any kind, or their equivalent,
for the occasion. Any donations an be sent
to the President, 224 North Third street, or
the Vice President, 115 Market street, or, on
the day of the Party, to the care of the
Mayor, at the CHy Hall. Should Ihc weather
prove unfavorable, the first pleasant evening
after will te used. jyl9 3t
J HAVE FOR SALE SEVERAL
HOUSES and VACANT LOTS very
cheap. HOUSES, ' OFFICES aiid
oiuaAo ior iicni. Appiyto,
may 21 law 3m sat Real Estate Agent.
fJlHE UNDERSIGNED HAVINfr QUALI
itied as administrator on the estate of J. C.
Myers, deceased, on the 14th ;da)r of June,
1884, in the Superior Court of, Neiv Hanover
County, notice is hereby given to jail persons
indebted to said deceased to make immediate
payment, and all persons having claims against
earn uBiate win present mem ior payment on
or before the 14th day ot June, 1885, or this
nonce win uo picau in oar 01 their recovery.
This 14th day of June, 1884. 5
GEO. B. MYERS,
june 14 lawGw sat Administrator
Just the Ticket.
AFTER BREAK FAST, I
SMOKER3 WILL FIND AT CRAPON'S
22 South Front street, the best Five CenU
Cigar in the cxty. - 1
Long Filler Havana Cigar. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Also a full
line of CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
Fresh Goods every Steamer. Do nol forget
the place, No. 22 South Front St. ;
jaly 17 GEO. M. CRAPON. At
State of North Carolina, Pender County.
E. T. Hancock and W. T. Daggett, parties In
iraue as xi an cock a, xiaggett.
; vs. I ' .
W. F. Monroe. 1
' Before B. N. Bloodworth, J.p.
THIS IS A CIVIL ACTION TO RECOVER
of the defendant, W. F. Monroe, an ac
count for goods, wares and merchandise, sold
and delivered, amounting to One Hundred and
Six dollars and Eighty five cents.? ($106 5)
with Interest from 18th August, 1683, and to
enforce a lien for the same on a lot of land at
Point Caswell, in Pender County, on the N.
js. corner 01 Simpson ana I'aaaison i a venues,
120 feet square. The defendant Is required to
appear at the office of R N. Bloodworth, J.
P., in Burgaw, in said County f Pender, on
the 21st day of Ausrust. 1881. and. answer or
demur to the compulnt.
it N. BLOOD WORTH, J. P.
DuBrutz cutlak, piainUfTs Attry.
june 28 lawttw sat f
OR FISHING TACKLE,
W. E. SPRINGER A COS..
19. 21 and 23 Market Street
Tbe largest and best assortment ever offered
In this market. - i inly 14
"TTE HAVE RECEIVED A DUPpCATE
lot of those fine Haad-Sewed OJ5FOEDTIES.
Also, another lot of those ENGLISH BaL-
MORALS ame goods as Oxford Tics, except
they are high-quartered.
Call and secure a pair at once.
Geo. B. French & Sons,
103 NORTH FRONT 8TRKET.
jury 14 ;
A D LOW F BICES AT
- -; , . - riAS5 rones, s
whi m cli4 to . necrre cosasuoileatsoa
Craa our friends oa say tad all ss&jtcSi
general tatereatut : V ' ; t
Taa aame of the write out ahri j te
i:CoamTmTcatUaiamt bt wrttto oa cal
one side of the jap'?- "Jf -
Personalities must be aToldei ; f L " "7
And It U especially. partlcxiljtrry Wer
tood that the Editor dow not always endoite
the views of correspoadaats caleaa ao state,
in the editorial eolnmna. - v f
NEW AD VEBTISEEIENTS.
A JEW TABLE BOARDERS CAN BE
t Tf,0 Uun Summer months
day or week. MRS. ROBERT LEE.
, . 1 Market 8 tree t,
July 11 lydAw . , Wilmington; N. C
yyilEN IN WANT OF FURNITURE AND
BEDDING, that our stock Is NEW and ot
latest designs." "
An elaiMnt A ti. ., r . . ..
-ov" uuu v. uauy vamages, Easy
Chairs. Rattan Furniture, Hammocks, &c.
r ' J' ' '. "
THOS. a CRAFT, Ait., f
.. Furniture Dealer,
July H 23 So, Front St.
JpOR WBIGHTSVILLE SOUND,' will leave
southcrland's Stablos DAILY at 6 P. M. sharp.
Returning, will leave Sound at 7 A, M. sharp
June 25 tf T. J. SOUTHER LAND.
Cleveland & Hendricks!
JLL GOOD DEMOCRATS ARE HAPPY f
Victory Is assured t Bat to make assurance
doubly sure, call at McGOWAN'S "Old North
State Saloon" and try his justly popular Beer
and smoke one of his' After-Dinner"CIgirst It
will put you in a good humor with yourself
and the rest of mankind, -even with Ben But
ler and John Kelley. , July 12
Our Stock -
IS UNEQUALLED, FULL AND COMPETE.
We keep tbc BEST articles and sell at a
close margin. Our Cook Stoves stind tbe test
of the most fastidious when used. Lap Boards,
Ironing Boards, Clothes.. Horses, Biscuit
Boards, Boiling Pins, Lemon Squeezers, Re
frigerators, and other useful articles too nu.
merous to mention.
PARKER A TAYLOR. .
PURE WHITE OIL. . July 14
THE CUTICURA REMEDIES, " I .
WARNER'S SAFE LIVER AND KIDNEY
DUKEII&RT3 EXTRACT OF MALT AND
S. S. S. TWO SIZES.
COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS, "
MEDICINES AND FANCY GOODS. ; 7 '
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
DRUGGISTS 1 1 1
. WILMINGTON, N. C.
July 16 . .
We Want Tour Trade. ;
TO THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN 1 IN THE
habit of sending North to have their
BLANK BOOKS roado or to buy their STA
TIONERY, wc would say that we are deter
mined not to be undersold, and In future we
will duplicate any order that you may send off
for, and probably savo you from 10 to 15 per
Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, Sales Books,
Ac, any size and stylo of binding, ruled and
printed to order."" . .
County Record Books made to order at short
notice. - . .,
Check. Draft and Nntn TtsinVa' T.TTTTO.
GRAPHED In tho best style.
Fine Writing Paper and Envelopes, suitable
for mercantile and private use. u, ;
Ink, Mucilage Pencils, Pens, Penholders,
Letter Booka. linUntr Piiiaf Tnt KLinrlt
Erasers, &c , &c. C. W. YATES,
juiyi 119 Market Street. .
Base Balls and Bats
QF ALL KINDS.
Hammocks, three kinds, very latest styles.
Lottos, two sizes.
. ABC Cards and Blocks,
Rubber Balls, all sizes.
Ritchcr Harmonicas, the very best. .'--
Violins, Guitar and Banjo Strings. .
Italian Violins and Violin Bows. ' '
Just received and for sale cheap-at
Jnlyl . Live Book and Music 8 tore a.
The Mayo House,
JT FORT FISHER, 13 ONE OF THE
most pleasant resorts In tbe State. THE FIN
EST BATHING, BOaTIKG AND FISHING
FACILITIES. Best Liquors and Clears. Fish.
Shrimps, Clams and Terrapins serred In every
style. " CHARGES VERY MODERATE.
Parties going down oa Steamer Passport can
spend about six hours at the Point ana return
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night. Can leave tho city at 4 o'clock. In tbe
afternoon, on steamer Louise, and return next
evening. Mrs. Mayo will look after the com
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