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- Kleclion Tuesday, Nov. 4.
of New York.
ton vice president:
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
FOR GOVERNOR I
ALFRED M. SCALES,
FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN,
of New Hakover.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,
of Wake. '
FOR STATE TREASURER:
DONALD W. BAIN,
FOR AUDITOR :
W. P. ROBERTS,
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,:
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
FPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN
STRUCTION: S. M. FINGER,
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SUPREME COURT!
A. S. MERRIMON,"
j-'OR ELECTORS-AT-LARGE :
W. H. KITCHEN,
JOHN N. STABLES.
, LOCAL NEWS.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
See ad Excursion
P c Miller Conundrum
C W Yates New Goods
University of North Carolina
Mtrcros Beds'. & DeRosset Trusses
Oysters next month.
More rain and a plenty of it. .
We lose this month 59 minutes of
This is just the right kind of weathar
for sunstrokes. r
There were 54 carts in market this
August, the last of the Summer
months, is with us to-day.
This month lias five Fridays, five
Saturdays and five Sundays.
The hard rain this afternoon did some
excellent scavenger work.
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
Oil . -4 lv d w
Eyeryldy in want of Paints, White
Lead. Glass &c, should go to Jacobi's
Some very fine August mnllet3 have
been brought to market during the past
Fullest assortment of Fishing Tack
le can be found at Jacobi's. t
Mayor Hall has returned from his
visit to the Fruit Fair at Goldsboro.
Another large consignment of Sash,
. Doors & Blinds at Factory prices, just
received at Jacobi's Hardware Depot t
The storm signal, which was dis
played yesterday and last night, was
taken down this morning.
The steam tug Wm Nice has been
laid up for overhauling of machinery,
repainting &c. She will be off in about
Every Farmer ought to get a "Boys
Clipper Plow," greatest invention 'of
the age. Jacobi is the Agent 4-
There was "a sharp blow here last
night and heavy raiiH The wind, how
ever, subsided with tiie coming of the
' " ".. : i '
Ve invite the attention of our citizens
,tti-he fact that first quality shirts are
being made to ordertit one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. ti.
Mr., Anther. Prempert request us JO
state that the publication of his name
as a member of the Stedman Base Ball
Nine is a mistake as he does not belong
to the organization.
The ;iadies of Fifth Street M. E.
Church will "give on the PassporUou
Tuesday next, one of the series of de
lightful excursions which has heretofore
been bo liberally patronized and which
hare been so thoroughly enjoyed by all
who have attended them , : -
Gov. Jarvis Has not yet arrived here
He was expected yesterday, but it is
understood now that ho will not come
until Monday. He is to speak here on
Rev. father Mahonev. IWn. ff
Mary's Cathedral. Sydney. N. S.' W.
Australia, writes, ihatn.ll
Jacobs Oil, the great pain -cure, were
greatly benefited and speak highly of it.
50 cents a bottle.
A Loye Feast will be held at the
Front street Methodist church this,
Friday, evening, at 8 o'clock prepara
tory to the third quarterly meetiDg
which is to be held on Sunday ' by the
Presiding Elder, Rev Dr. Bobbitt.
Mr. A. W. Rivenbark, of this city,
has presented to Mayor Hall, to be
placed in the City Hall Park, a young
buck. We suggest .that it be named
G rover Cleveland, after the next Presi
dent of the United States.
University of North Carolina.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of our State University in this
issue. Seven Trustees from different
parts of the State made recently a care-
fnl inspection of its works and rendered
a most favorable report as to its teach
ing, morale, &c. We are pleased to
notice that much attention is given to
instruction of praclicallysLlvie to men in
various pursuits of life and that the
spirit of economy rules among the
The Grand Council of the American
Legion of Honor will convene in New-
bern on Tuesday next. 5th inst. at 10
a. m. Messrs. N. Jacobi, P. G. C; J.
I. Macks, Q. S., and R. ET Heide, G.
R., will attend fro.n Clarendon Council,
ofth-scity. On Friday Cosmopolitan
Council No. 211, of Newbern, will give
an excursion to the delegates down the
Neuse on the steamer Shenandoah, .and
we return thanks for anfinvitation to
participate in that part of the delibera
tions. The Wedding: liells.
Our good friend Wiiliams T. Banner
man, Esq., Clerk of Superior Court of
Pender county, was married on Wed
nesday at Castle Haynes,in this county,
to Miss S. E. Grady, daughter of A. J.
Grady. Esq , a young, charming and
accomplished lady. The knot was tied,
and safely tied too, by Rev. Colin Shaw.
The happy couple left immediately
for Mr. Bannerman's house at Burgaw
and the people of five counties join
with us in wishing them every happi
ness that this earth can bestow upon
Death of an old Citizen.
Mr. James Garrison, one of the oldest
and most respected citizens of Pender
county, died yesterday morning at his
reaidenco near -Long Creek, very sud
denly, of heart disease. He was dis
tinguished 'for his strict integrity and
probity of life. Thus has another old
and reliable landmark passed away;
and his virtues hereafter, as in life, will
be admired by all who knew him.
Deceased was about 82 years old, and
was a native of Duplin county, but for
aboutTfifty years ho had resided at his
old home in Pender.
The Seaside f ark.
Yesterday's Charlotte Observer says :
We learn that Mr. George Seoville, of
thb Buford House in this city, hai be
come interested in the Seaside. Park, at
Wrightsville. and will divide his time
between the Buford and Seaside Park.
Mr. Seoville will go down to Wrights
ville on the first of August and take a
hand in the management of the hotel.
It is proposed to make the Seaside
Park awinter resort, but this plan, we
believe, has not jet been fully decided
upon. With the assistance of hi3
brother, M. Dabney Seoville will no
doubt be able to give even better satis
faction in future to the gue3ts of the
About five or six months ago, adver
tisements and hand bills were circulated
freely over this State in the interests of
a lottery conco'rn i called the Dismal
Swamp Lottery. The headquarters of
the lottery were in Norfolk and to that
port no little bit of tar heel cash found
its way, but there is now an end to the
swindle. The Dismal Swamp Lottery
Company has come to grief. Their
charter has been revoked, but they are
not disposed to obey the law. and have
been doing business since July 1st,
when they were ordered to close op.
The officers are after them now, and
the agent in Berkely has been put in
Jail, and the Mayor of Norfolk has had
the wheel and otner parapnernaiia
seized, and Manager Horbach will be
tried as oon as he can be had.
W ILlVnNGTON. N. C. TTII DAY. AUGUST
Opening: of the Fruit Fair The
Concerts The Seasides in
Dear Review: The Fruit Fair
was opened in . due . form yesterday at
about noon. Rev. T. Whitfield, of the
Baptist Church, led prayer, after
which. addresses were made by Gov
Jarvis and Senator Vance, which were
both very interesting and were iistcned
to-with the most profound attention.
These having been concluded the Fruit
Fair was declared open. There wa3 a
largeHhrone: in attendance and they
kept arriving and departing all through
the day. The display was very fine
in some respects superior to that of last
year. The fruit was generally better
and finer in quality. Trie hall was com
modious and the arrangements perfect.
That the attendance was laree may be
known from ihe fact that the receipts
fur admission yesterday amounted to
$250.75, and they will reach fully the
same figures to-day.
When the train arrived from Wil
mington, at about noon, it brought a
large numbsr of visitors from New
Hanover, Pender, Duplin, , Sampson
and the lower partion of Wayne. The
Seaside Base Ball Club were of the
number and their arrival caused a good
deal of speculation as to the merits of
the two clubs and as to the result of the
game. Owing to the unavoidable de
lays; it was quite late before the game
was called. It 'was broiling hot, vet
the grounds were thronged with ladies
and gentlemen who endured the in
tense heat in order to see the exciting
game. It was won by the Seasides in
score of 17 to 9 for the Nationals.
The concert last, night was largely
attended and the performance was ex
cellent in every respect. Tha receipts
amounted to about 300, and the pros
pects are favorable to equally vas large
and profitable a house to-night.
We are under obligations to Mr. J.
H. Bonitz, of the Messenger, to Dr. W.
Du Pont, the business manager of the
same, and other attaches of the office
as well as to the officials of the Fair for
many courtesies while we have been
here. Mr. Bonitz has been up to his
eyes in business, haring had an immense
amount of work to do, in connection
with the fair, iu consequence of which
he has been kept away from the office
much of the time. In his absence,
however, Dr. Du Pont has ably and
courteously filled his place. F.
A. Grand Affair.
Editor Review : On Monday it
was my great boon to attend the most
glorious pic nic that it ha3 ever been
my good fortune to join. W e lelt Bur
gaw early in the morning, and after
fording, swimming and compassing
several swollen streams we called a
halt at the residence of that ppnee of
good fellows, Jasper Carbett, who had
prepared -his elegant grounds with an
eye single to the enjoyment of his
friends A magician's wand seemed
to have been waved over the place, for
nothing that the most fastidious could
ask for was wanting to make the day
and the occasion the completest of the
year. Pleasure seekers fn their holiday
attire wero as thick as leaves in Val
lambrosa, and you could take any guest
of our inimitable host and find a perfect
picture of satislaction, of true content
ment. A splendid paviliion had been
erected tor the devotees of Terpsichore
and when the music struck up the
electricity got terribly tangled in your
correspondent's toes,and staid there un
til be left, and even at night in dream
land he was threading the giddy mazes,
beside a lassie who had rested her
cheek upon the damask rose and re
tained its color. Mr. Editor, Jwhy did'nt
you come? We all wanted you, and as
these gatherings arc to be annual, we
now tell you that you must be on hand
next year ! -
And this people should be happy.
For a truth the great and good God
has blessed them. There never
has been such a crop of corn and cot
ton grown in thi3 section and I put
them against the crops of any poition of
the habitable gobe. It would do you
some good to see the reward that Dame
Nature has poured into the lap of this
section. We are going to have money
and some to spare in these parts this
year. And, great Heavens, I save the
best for the last! I. had no idea that
there was so large a crop of beautiful
girls left. They were there, and there
were a plenty of them. -Talk about the
philosopher's stone a greater mystery
there is. jHow could a mnn attend Jas
per Corbett's pic nic and remain single
another day ! I can't answer this ques
tion ; I can but say. that if I had been
single then I wouldn't be so to-day.
J T C.
Bukgaw. N. C, July 28th, 1884.
Before the'Mayor this morning J . H.
Jones, charged with disorderly con
duct, was fined $3, which he paid.
Eii Smith, disorderly, was fined $4,
which was yaid. .
Monroe-Thomas, disorderly- S3, paid
Melissa Hines, disorderly, $5 or 10
days. She went below.
, To Leave To-Niffut.
Mr. W. H. Sterling. Manager of the
Western Union Telegraph office in this
city, who exchanged positions with
Mr. C. C. Brown, of Norfolk, as already
noted by ns, will leave to-night with his
family for his old home. Mr. Sterling
y,txa KoiH h nntitinn here lor nearly
five years and leaves many friends be-
bind him. Mr. Brown s iamujr
arrived here and that gentleman has
assumed charge of the office at uus
place. . '. -
The congregation ot the Second
Presbyterian in this city have extended
a call to Rev. R. C. Reed, of Virginia, to
assume the charge of that church.
The Historical and Scientific Society
will meet this evening inTienken Hall
on which occasion Dr. Thos. F. Woodl
wmread. a paper entitled A Few
Evenings with Old Papers."
There was a very exciting game of
boso ball this morning at the Park be
tween the Katz Nine, Capt. C. W.
Polvoght, and the Freeman Nine. Capt.
E. H Freeman, resulting in 8 for the
former and 7 lor the latter. At least,
this i3 the report handed in to us.
: Whatsay You, Doctor?
Some physicians are afraid to pres
cribe anything except what they direct
the apothecary to compound. Yet
frequently we find those who have
found Brown's Iron Bitters such a
valuable medicine that they are clad to
prescribe jt. Among these is Dr. B. F.
Smith, of Hat Creek, Va.. who says,
I have frequently prescribed Brown's
Iron Bitters in my practice, and find it
a most excellent preparation."
. From SmlThvTUeT
SMixnviLLE, N. C. July 30, 1884.
Editok Review: Since my letter
of the 25th we have had what may very
appropriately be termed a "successful
continuation ." Delightful weather, cool
ing breezes, and social companionship
have all contributed their quota to our
enjoyment The large number of your
Monaay issue containing. At Smith
ville" were all quickly disposed of, and
you will no doubt receive applications for
additional copies to be fowarded to
friends of 'our transients" in this and
other States. In my list of
guests I named Col. R. M.
Oates, owner, and H. C. Eccles, pro
prietor, ot the Central Hotel at Char
lotte, who are in chargeof a party from
-London" (N. C). As I wa3 sitting
on the piazza this morning debating
whether I should play a game of bil
liards with Mr. Bish. Short, or a game
of croquet with Lieut. Ross, with a
certainty ef getting beat in either case,
or pander to the feeling of in
dolence natural to ' the seaside, and
rest where I sat I was very much
amused at hearing Mrs. Eccles say,
'I would like to see that Review re
porter and find out why he failed to say
any thing about our ride." Upon in
quiry I found that Mrs. Eccles, the
Misses Oates, Mrs. G E. Linton, Mrs.
Seigle, Miss Kate Blackwood (whom I
name for the edification of their
Charlotte friends) and others enjoyed a
ride in Mr. Sublett's" conveyances,
which consist of three carts a horse
cart with no, boards 4n the bottom, a
horse cart with boards and an ox cart all
a la mode Mrs. Eccles says the ride re
minded her so forcibly of the rides she
used to take in 'the days of her youth
when she went to borrow watermelons
from her father's farm on the Yadkin .
The guests of the Hotel were treated to
a seven mile trip to sea through the
kindness of that genial, good natured
and accommodating Harper and
returned highly pleased and
With appetites whetted as
only the sea air can whet them. Through
the courtsey of Capt. "Kit" Morse they
will enjoy a sail on the ocean in his
pilot schooner this evening, and return
ing stop at Fort Caswell for a dance in
the pagoda. Your correspondent is
now on the Passport, and with the
double purpose of acting out his resolve
of "getting his back up" against return
ing to neat and toil, and of seeing the
last of "spots to memory dear" is facing
Smithville, waiving his bandana to tho
girls he has left behind him and with a
kind farewell to them and you he j
: Yours, Quix. !
The malls close and arrive at the City Poa
office as follows :
Northern through malls, fast 7.3(P. M.
Northern through and wsv malls.... 3.00 A. M.
Raleigh..'. 6.45 P. M. and 8.00 A. M.
Mails for the N. C. Railroad and
routes supplied therefrom Includ
ing A. N.C: Railroad at
7.30 P. M. and 8.00 A. U
Southern Malls for all points South,
daUy S.00 P. M.
Western malls (C. C. KaUway) dally,
(except Sunday) 6.45 P. M.
All points between Hamlet and Ral
eigh 6.45 P. M.
Mailf or Chcraw and Darlington Rail
road 8.00 P. M.
Malls for points between Florence
and Charleston .8.00 P. M.
Fayettevllle and offices on Cape Fear
River, Tuesdays and Fridays. 1.00 P. M.
Fayettevllle, via U C Railroad, daily,
except Sundays - C.45. P. M.
Onslow C. II. and intermediate offi
ces, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A. M.
Smithville malls, by steamboat, daily
(except Sundays) 20 P. M
Malls for Easy llill, Town Creek,
Shallotte and Little River, Tues
days and Fridays...... 6.00 A. M.
Wrightsville, dally 8.30 A. M.
OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
Northern through and way mails 7.30 A. M
Southern Malls .7.30 A. M.
Carolina Central Railroad 8.45 A. M.
Malls collected from street boxes business
portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
P. M. and from other point of the city at 5
Stamp Office open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M.,
Money order and Register Department open
from 8 A. M. to 5.30 P. M.
General delivery open from 7 A.M- Vo 6 P.M.
and on Sundays from 8.30 to 9.30 A. M,
Carriers delivery open on Sunday from &.30
to S JSO A. M.
Third Round for the Wilmington Dis
trict of the Methodist E. Church,South :
Wilmington, at Front Street, August
2 and 3.
Smithville, August 9 and 10.
Brunswick Circuit, at Alt. Zion, Au
gust 12 and 13.
Wfaiteville Circuit, at Peacock's, Au
gust 16 and 17.
Flemington Circuit, at Carver s
Creek, August 23 and 21.
in i ... .1 A . M .
TIIE LADIES OF THE FIFTH STREET M.
E. ClIUKCII wllleiveanarxcureiononthe
Steamer PASSPORT to Smithville and the
Forts, on Tuesday. August 5h. Refreshments
will be on sale at city prices.f Fare for round
trip 50 cents Children half price Boat leaves
Market Dock at 9 A. M., sharp,
auglSt Star copy jsunday.
University of North Carolina
rjlflE NEXT SESSION BEGINS ON TUE
UST THURSDAY AUGUST,
on which, and on the two lucceedin dav s,
examinations f r admission will be had. Tho
Instruction embraces not only he old curri
culum," but also brance 8 rj especial value to
teachers, farmers, merchants and other busl
resa men. A Law and Medical School at
For Catalogue and for the report of the vts
I lng committee of seven Trpstees on the In
struction, discipline, morale! Ac. atfply to
EE- cr to W. T. PATTKRSON. Sec'y.
aug 1 It dAwi
Chapel llill, N.C.
HARDWARE OF EVKUYj DESCUIPTION,
Locks, Ulnges, Butts Nails, Window
F&steninjts, &c. Contractors can save money
by consulting us. Large ct6ck, good assort
ment and good tcoods.
W. E. SPRINGER & CO..
Successors to John lawson & Co..
july 27 Wilmimjiou, n. C.
City Drug Store.
aiO MARKET $TJitEET.
NO CONUNDRUM ABOUT THIS :
Soda Wi.ter at 5c per glass. It can't be
good at 2 or 3 .cents per glass; (too much
foam and gas). Drugs and! Cigars in great
variety. My Soda Water is alWays good. It
can't be excelled every day. My Cologne is
the best to be had. Ice Creajm Soda occasion
ally. Call on "OLD" JIM COSOLEY,
jure2G I Manager.
riHIE HANDSOMEST AND LARGEST AS
sortment ever ccen In this city. ,
&ir Lamps and Lamp Gools a speciilty.
GTLES A MtiRCHISON'S.
33 and 40 Miirchlson Block.
rjmE EMBERS OF THEj DEMOCRATIC
Executive Committee of Pclder County are
requested to meet at Burgaw ion Monday, Aug.
4th, at 12 o'clock M. I desirelhat every Town
6hip shall be represented and urge each mem
ber of the Commit tee to be present.
. Ft. Caswell, N. C, July28, 18SL
July 20 d&w td
THE BEST 5 CENTS CIGAR
THUKBER'S j No. 5,
LAFON'S GROCERY STORE,
220 N. Front St., cornel Mulberry.
"3ive our COFEEE a trial. Arc sure to
"jyrE BEG TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION
to our floe lire of Aiitogu ph and Cabinet
Photograph Albums, handsomely bound In
Plush and Russian Leather.
Also a, beautiful
assortment of Ladles' and Gents Leather Card
and Letter Cases, Russian Leather,-Alligator
and Turkey Morocco; Mexican and Co ton
Hammocks, with and without stretchers,
$L0D to $2.50. A few eet3 ajad half sets cro
quet left. Base Balls, Bats,-Ac Special low
rates on Stow Cases. Send if or prlces-
C. W. YATES,
july2S " 119 Market Street.
1M1K WILMINGTON SI4IRT FACTORY,
. No. 27, Market st. Nhrht Shirts, all sizes,
75c. Congress, the most popular and beet
White Shirt on the market, 75c Colored Shirts
25c and qp wards. Seaside Shirts at all prices
Boy's yachting in great variityi ! Gent's Draw
ers 25. and upwards. Wamsutta Jeans Draw
ers, reinforced, equal to linen, something new.
75c Drawers made to orlet. 75c Wamsutta
Shirt 8 with 2100 linen bosom made to orderat
$1. Orders from the country ! solicited an
promptly attended to. Glvq us a call.
july 21 j Manager'
UARANTINE FOR THE PORT OF Wil-
minglon will be enforced 'from May 1st to
Novomber 1st, as follows :
Pilots will bring all vessels from Ports south
of Cape Fear to the Quarto tine anchorage;
also, all vessels wblch have: had any kiad of
sickness on board during the passage, or on
arrival, and will cause a bigoal to be set In the
main rigging on the port side, as toon as pos
sible after crossing the Bar-1
No vessel musW Jeave the Quarantine anchor
age, or aUow any person, steamer or tug boat,
lighter, or boat of any kind togo along sie,
unless by written authority :f rom th Quaran
tine Physician ; and every Te&sel must be an
chored as tar to the eastward of the channel
as is consistent with safety.J ,
Regulations governing easels while In Quar
amine may be had on application at the office
of the Quarantine Physician at Smlthrllle
Applications for permluto visit vessels in
Quarantine must be made to Dr. Thomas F.
Wood or Dr. faeo. G. Thomas, and permits so
obtained will be endred by the Quarantine
Physician, If. in his opinion, It la proper and
sr.fe ta allow communication with such vessels.
A penalty of $2 0 for each; and every o'ffence,
will be enforced against any person violating
any of the Quarantine RegulaUonsof the Fort.
W. G. CUETIS, M. D.,
Quarantine Physician, Port, of Wilmington.
TITOS. F. WOOD. M.V. 'J rlnirtlllJ,nt
GEO. G. THOMAS. M. D. 1 CniUltaU.
siiy.jt sua cxa ixa
' YTi tr2l fca giid to rscdra csisrizslca'ioa
rjrcacarfriiafijcaajiy xsd all exljjacui
scacraltatoestbct - .. -; ' ,
Tl iixsio cf tia trrscr rSst always t
torn tfVlie papci; f ;?t':f; ;
rcracmaastoa'-at W arcldoS.: --AJ
U U especUllyaad ?jtlctilaxly tnTc
ood that the Eto doe. aoValways indca se
H10 views of cortespOTdeata tialeas to atau.
In the editorial fcurfc'.-wV n
THE "DEModEATIC b6oM" 13 THE
Best Five Cents ClgarfoU In tbo city and It
Is sold only at the NORTH STATE SALOON, - "
where also you wUl find tho best Clcmmcr
Whiskey at 10 cents a drink and the Coolest "
Boer in the city.
ijZZU J. M. MCSOWAN A SON.
"yyUY. IS THE STEAMER PASSPORT '
like a Suing Band ? ' Because It cannot do
without Its "Harper! - '
IKU?2.- .lRFUMES, SOAPS, FANCY
and Toilet Artlcls, Ac. .
Sr Prescriptions a speclaUy at -
' F. C MILLER'S.-
may 26 Corner Fourth and Nnn sis -
JUST RECEIVED, THE THIRD LOT OF
New HAMMOCKS, large and small sizes. -
BASE BALLS AND BATS, CAPS AND
BELTS. Now Is the tinn for you genUemca :
to supply yourselves and lo happy.-
SUMMER READING for everybody. Please V
call and make your selections from a larjr
stock '' , ,
. At "-' - .
Live Book and Music Stores.
gPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
FOR MAIJ3 AND FEMALE. Complcto lino
of abpvc articles, various elxca and prlccsl -
For sale by - !
Munds Bros. & DeRosset;
WILMINGTON, N. C. "
To Close Out.
"yyE WILL OFFER FOR TJIE NEXT
sixty days, or until closed out. BARGAINS
In GcntsV Low Quartered Shoe 3. AUo, acme
remnant lots of Ladles,' and Misses' ferg .
Goods and Ladies' Slippers; which we are sell
lnjf far tclow cost. '
Out regular lines are fulrt ; Call and sec us. -
Geo. It. French & Sons,'
108 NORTH FRONT STREET.
TS UNEQUALLED. FULL AND COMPETE.
I Wc keen tho. BKST nrtlHra nnrl of o
cIoeo marein. OnT Hnnk Stnvra inrl thA t
of the most fastidious when used. Lap Boards.
jiuuiug Doaru3, Glomes jiorses, liiscmt
Duarus, comng rins, tcmon oqucezcrs. Re
frigerators, and other useful articles too nu
merous to mention. i '
PARKER A TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. July 11
Lomons. Butter. Lemons..
JUST RECEIVING BY. A, C LINE and N."
Y. Steamer, all of which will be sold low InH
quantities to suit. S30 bushs. V. McaL 75
Boxes Lemons, 25 tubs Va. and N. a Y. Butter
Michigan Flour. Virginia Flour, Bacon, Lard,
Jtc. E. G. BLA.IR,
junelS No. 19 N. Second Streets
AS AS EVDIECE OF HE MUIAEIIY
UK LAST WEi K'3 SALES NEARLY
doubled thoea of previous weeks, and genera 1
satisfaction baa ensued- "
FRESH, PURE AND WHOLESOME,
3 lbs for 81.0O.
Kaiser Imported Beer,
TROPIC BEER; AND THE
Scotch and English Ales
Trtll keep you cool wben nothiogiec wllL
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P. L. BBIDffEES & CO
HO North Front St.