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JOSH T. JAME8,
KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
-.tTJPTIOSS POSTAGE PAH.
li.oo. Six months, $2.00. Three
' .h tl.OO: One monm, 33 cents.
pai)cr win delivered by carriers free
. m any part of the city, at the above
w-orioecnta per weet
SrUies8 will report any and all fall. . VOIi. VIII
cci m r'x'.ve their paper reguiany,
WILMINGTON. N. C. FRIDAY. AUGUST 22, 1884.
V paO Heview-has the largest h9rg0 on CTery.important e!ection I
pi . . i..,- ... i , , i, .
Mr. E. T. Boykio, ofCIinton, Samp-
DKM OCJltAT I C T I CK I2T.
KJ.-ciion Tuesday, Nov. 4.
of New York.
hu vick" i'kesiiVknt :
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
rou (iovEUNon :
ALFRED M SCALES,
The man who says ormtioiates that son county-i the city to-day and
the Democratic prospects aro less gtercd at the Porcell House,
bright now than at any time previous Base Ball,
in the campaign, is ciihr very ignorant The Eclipse base ball nine, of this
or very fool.sn. We read very care- city, ot wbichJUr. B. R. Penny is cap-
lu.ly and the indications plainly point, tain, went to Smitbville on Wednesday
day by day, steadily aud surely, to a last and played a match game with tha
Democratic success in November. We Star nine of that place. The former
will carry New York, with or without were victors in a score of 27 t in f
Job h Kelly and that, too, by a band- the latter. :
some majority. John Kelly is not the
priot upon which New York turns in
this campaign nor, for that matter, is
Now York itselt the pivotal State. The
FOK LIEUT. rtoVEUNOK:
CHARLES M. STEDMAN.
of New Hanover.
Kll SECKETAliY OF STATE:
WILLIAM L. 'SAUNDERS,
22, 181, at 10 o'clock, of mcnimrltls, M AIIY
K., dacehtcr ot W. P. &cd W. A. I'rice, aecd
I year. 1 month and 24 days.
The funeral senrlces will take ilacc to tnor.
row mornlns: at 10 o'clock from ihe resMcncc
of the parents. Ko. 216 North Fifth strict
thence to the Cemetery.
l oi; STATE .JKEASUltElt:
DONALD W. BAIN,
FOR AL'DITOIi :
W. P. ROBERTS,
THEODORE F. DAVIDSON,
In t lie First Ward -
A big time i3 expected in the J'irst
Ward next Monday night, at the Dera-
real battle ground is in the West and it cratiu meeting called there for that
is there that the fight will be fought and oceasion- Co1- E- D. Hall has prom-
tbe victory won. ised to speak and there are several oth"
er gentlemen who hnvn hopn inv;ii
The Wilson News, published by col- and who "aro exoectcd to resnond Tt
red men, says: What has the colored promises to be about the bitrest cun of
man received in his coimty or State the campaign this far.
for the victory given the Republican ....
party? The echo answers: "Taffy and llnt "l Warsaw R. R.
promises." While the Democratic understand from the Caucasian
party promised nothing, it gave us that that t5ie ProPosed railroad from Clinton
the Republican party promised and to arsaw is on a boom. Subscription
failed to carry out. We arc opposed to Dooks wre opened Tuesday evening
our race being enslaved politically; and and S'J.OOO subscribed before night.
we therefore advocate political freedom will insure the building of the
on the stump and at the ballot box. and the roa(I aU(1 wil1 doubtless be raised.
the time will come, sooner or later, Anc books are open at the bank in stealing which.
The State Exposition. -
As the time approaches for the open
ing of the State Exposition the com
mittees having the New Hanover
county and Wilmington exhibitsMn
charge, are makioc strenuous efforts to
make the display in every way credit
able and an honor to the Cane Fear
section.' While the committees arc
composed of competent and energetic
men who are bending every energy to
the enterprise. their efforts, unaided by
the co-operation and assistance ot ihc
citizens generally, will fall far beneath
their hopes anil earnest desiros. Wo
trust that our people will take hold of Waler Slrccl8v &ccon'1 ,,30r
the matter with a will and give the
committees a cordial and earnest sup
port anu encouragement in their work
so that our county and city may present
an exhibit which will reflect credit and
honor upon our people.
OFFJCK Southeast comer Prinrcsa
Look Here !
TOU WILL FJND AT ItUMPHKEY &
Look Out for Them.
There is hardly a doubt that this city
U intested by a gang of thieves who
work both in.company aud separately.
They are prowling around in every
section of the city and at all hours of
tne clay and night. Pompey Snced is un-
JtKINS'. No. 112 South FrontStrect. North
ern Cabbage, Apples Peaches. Pears, Dam
pons. Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Chickens and
i ''guuieuij or me auove so icitca
ami a.nsj;;iion guaranteeu.
' flad to recelrtt oauauBlcD a
torn oor trScadi a aaj &n jtf;
KeHatcre?tintt -' "
wme ot the wtltex mtut Ehrajt u
onoftidetf the paper.
TersonalitJcji must be avoided
Aiid It la especially and partlcttiAily tide
l1 IMKcrdoc rot ahrayi eadois
to the editorial cohama. ,
Sure to WiD.
QOOI GOODS AT A FAII2 PBICK WILL"
?n?3W oS?3t . h'Srl haa UuRht ua
line TiJ w.OCk49,,;ckc ;ea aml red on that
PUKE WHITE OIL.
A IKW TA11LK ItOAUDKllS CA Ttc
Dr. 8. C. Ellis,
N- 3? VTU UKTII STUEET. op
posite Miller's Dru Store!.
Only a Feir Left.
gUYlUtS AFPKECIATE THE LOWprlces
we are giving with those
"EAKGAIN" LOTS OP SIIOE3.
You get MOUB thaii MOSEY VALUE.
Come and got a Pair before they all go.
Geo. 11. French & Sons
augli08 NOUTH NT STHEET.
doubtedlv a bad man thn,.fl.,u f!e ?& of h. j which arc
, iiuvicaicuiu- a luuuwH I iuiua.ll.. rn' b m
er thieves besides him, and much of the aug21 ! ' !
SLPKUINTENDEXT OF PUBLIC IN-
S. M. FINCtER,
ASSOC! ATE Jl STICE Sl'PKEME COURT!
A S. MERPJMON.
i .ot Wak'o.
W. II. KITCHEN,
.101IN N. STAPLES.
eol coT;j;e.ss :
K. T. JjEXXETT,
of An son.
elector, sixth district ,
when the colored man's politics will
not be known by the color ofhisskia.
and when the race will become intelli
gent enough to show that it belongs to
no party, but has the same rights as
any other race in the exercise of their
ers, Fairlawn Stock Farm," Lexington.
ivuuluckv, tesiiry mat t. .Jacohs Oil
the great pain-cure, is unsnrnftssfid fnr
an Kinas oi norse ailmen's.
A colored camp meeting will be held
at Long Creek, Pender county, begin
ning to-morrow, and it will continue,
Munds Bros. & DeRossct,
WILMINGTON, k C.
JEEP A COMPLETE llN OV
1 uuiujj carneu on.
wnich is charged to Sneed, is the work
r .i . . .
oi omers. a good many of these
rascals are young boys and girls and
they will steal anything that they can
lay hands on, from a clotKes nin In
probably, until the latter' par, of next uu JQ?elr clothlQg or money UfUgS ratent IVI ed f C I H eS.
week. For the accommodation of those rl"uuri are PerPted daily, Thtf bC8t Imnortetl flnL
Snoh ronrnc-fnt;, I ti r in this oif XT wlir rvnnIA 1 ; t 1 UU " Has COJ11G tO SUCD a DaSS thnf i .
v m. vpiVUU LUL1 C 11UI ftfl 1 1 r 1 1 M 4 IVI r I " v I If VUIU 1IJXO LiW QLLCI1U .1 - I nn .
E. C. Walker, Veritas, the Spirit of the the steamer John Dawson will run many of our citizens are alarmed when 101 let & FanCV Articles,
r, xvi-. auuiiii.H.o. UUU- flai V triVH r iir nir (ho nnnl nn.nnn j .viuo iui iud IOr iear tfieV
J I " " - " S vvuuu MUlil,u wi I i it, , , . I XI Wa
anau De rouDeu belore morning, house i
A Coon Hunt. Imoortant. rnfv,,mQ(i U?"6!1 to.wUh ' "spatch,, and eaiis-
w w - uutuvj no j x uix x Lit'M u en1 nrpcnr. r
aug 21 ' 1""""v-
Always on hand, to be sold as low as auy
m?n liie ily can 8el1 RELIABLE and
LARUE STOCK, AND OUR NEW Etylca
are pronounced tho HAXDSOilEST crer Fcen
in thla market. A full line of Mattresses,
Window Shades, Baby Carriages, Ac.
Wholesale and retail buyers will And It to
their advantage to glvo me a call;
THOS. c. CRAFT, Agent,
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C W Yates School Books
American Legion of Honor
Hkinsbergeb School Books.
A M Waddell Attorney-at Law
Humphrey & Jenkins Look Here
TTT "1 t ,
v e near or a man (name not given) we nnhhsh h!oaof; i n-o
at Moore s Creek, in Fender county, ter 212, of the laws of North Carolina, LeiTlOnS. Butter,
who went out a few nights since to Mjn .rtq i. uc. 1, ' uumoi.
hunt coons. After tramping around readcrs, an(1 1 " JUST reiving by a. d. Lip and n
OVVhl a his rlnfcfn.LJ ,1 l 1 I . -r- J uw I vr C li i , ,
" " "' "wireu auu oa Lreuu saloon kppnprn u7ly- K.,.u I ...Z1' u" Ui wnicn will
r . . ... , -. . Batuuu KBePeis wiio, tnrough isnoranco 1 quantities to nit km hn.i.a
one of the animals.
OL BOOKS. AhOPTirn tv fruw
- - . Xlli'i
be sold low in
V. Meal. 75
N. a Y. Butter
xie Was BUre OI of tholnw min-hf-. KAlo; i:-ui.. Boxes Lemons. 25 lnha Va nnrt"
his coon then and went to work vigor- rftat ., cWgan Flour-iSe?si-i
--'".wu iui VYllUfc LUliV 1 "r iV. Ijr. liJUAlK.
AM . beconu street.
OUSlv to Shakft t.hn hpnot nn( rF fha (roa ... . .
V" .T " TV: ; mnisuppose was thelegitimate pursuit
IT f Hf Tf T TT Tj ,1 - . 1 11 mil I I Z 1 V . .
..u-xcuua ouu xenow citizens iu wuiuu ue succeeaea, Dnt tne coon in nf t hir hncinoa
...v-ugoaumai I fall IDS' Strilfk" Sniinrplff nn lha hmm . - ...
ent Medicines . , . . """" lO is as loilows
The section referred
There i3 nearly $200,000,000 in silver
head, giving the latter a shock from
"Clllloaf acenrfmnnf rvf U:nU:nn. I rVl?rh 1-1 Ci hfia nrvf trat- C, 1 1 1
fnin !n l. u I . 7 . - , j . ...j ..vi,
ill IUI! UUVcl IIIIIHI1L Villi rI in I l- nn f n .1 I . T . I I
" I .o ,au wo 1UUUU ,b UAUUUIS. T 1 .
Washington. Canaday Comfortable.
Clarendon Council, No. 67, A. L. of
It shall be unlawful for any person to A SITUATION A tkivate watch
Coll nl tn nirn ni.rnn Vi:...l- I ;!
ZZ -V y ' V. wuy F inai- maw. Excellent references lv
font I Tf nntr etiiiftiMtn . r . I www
fcvw,ji iJMiiuuuua liuuura. wines or I
ouiers. containing alcohol, within two 11 MSin" 8t-
T'Un XT i r 7 . . , . , I miloa nf nun nlann . .n I. : I. i : . i
V;fi l ,i ,, , TT . . I auo nuwuuru oouTJiau savs: UOl. "j Kivu u,b wmuu political I tf'is. r-ta1
ictorCapoul theweU-known tenor, Honor, will meet to-night, at 8 o'clock Wm. P. Canadav Senreant-at-Arr A PaWIepeakiog shall beadvertised to City DrUg Store.
is to marry the daughter of a wealthy
land-owner in France
f fl lr Til Q PO anil f'Araa !,-.-. .,1 - ji- I
At3 o'clock this afternoon the ther- of the United States Senate, is in the prohibition to continue onlv rinrinV th? 21 MARKET STREKT.
mometer in this office registered 88 de Clfcy and looking well. He is hopeful May n which said public political ' i J
Mr. Henry Irying, Miss Helen Terry rees. of Dr. York's election, and says Argo speaking shall take place. And auy ' i Munny auout
andiiitvothPrMti,oT..,, Tf.J .. : : r will do him rand hv wif.hhnMinr k; p vvuo suau violate tms section I x will come to cojsolevs
rrn w.vu xui.iu une a targe party went down to the i T l .t 17, f snail oe guilty ot a misdemeanor , and , , u. , i
torn nan v si or! fi. Afni.n l I . ... sunnort:and further, hut ho nn nrnr) k i... .i j ,, u and try a idasa. of hi3 r.nnl Saa ww
. rf v.v. .uumici uu wio Knnks this. mnrn nir rn f ha Rtotw t,. I rr ' wwvu ue uueu uub as mau ten QOliarS nor - - T v.
try their lhck at adav's fishin- papers suPPortinS en. Scales will baveTWore tnan twenty dollars or imprison- leave watermelons alone. :Mustard iMtcrs
C3 - I n tn'l. J i. 11 "TV I ill UUb CAl.tnll I 1 1 I I IVM Tt 1 T fiavQ I natiAAn I
will be selling at a discount, arid c:m Ic f ur-
1 fimnnQ. SCU
I STATE BOARD OK Knnn ATmn
AND ALL OTIIEU SCHOOL BOOKS.
SCHOOL SLaTKS. I'ENCIL?, &c.
Sierial Discount to Merchant and Teachers.
Orders by roal will rcrcivc prompt attention
aug IS Live Book and Music 8 tores.
1884. .Furniture, 1884.
en. Apply at
aug 20 3t
Miss Maud Banks, dausrhter oi Gen
V n i. . ...
ianKs, will appear as a star next of election, which will occur on Tues
season in East Lynne,"- "Leah."
"Aclricnn8,, and in "Romeo and Juliet."
a tendency to prevent the Democrats P? Hot exceeding twenty days. Justices
Jnat 7iqt.0 nftn, ri .i iL. j. j oi me ireaco snail nave orifrinnl inria.
UU.,.UJ,, uu.uaj unuiiuBuay urawiDgiuecoioniDe." lAlot inu nf th:G nffonea -"T - r ....... ...
r I :inanow 1a o rnniilni. . : t : n-1 I n.:i i :r .r ' I "J
A letter which is undeniably genuine
bas been received from Gen. Gordon
ll was written on July 20th. and states
llat he is in good health and. confident
f speedy deliverance from Khartoum.
day, the 4th day of November next. Mark Tapley. He finds comfort and
Hon. A. M. Waddell has nnp.nprf ft consolation under circumstances which
law office at the Southeast corner of seem to dePress all of his party friends.
uvlcjaw, AMI KETAIL. KEW
STOCK arriving ever day for the Fall Trade.
Merchants and others will eava tcqney by
placing their orders with me.
Please ecnd for price list or call tcforo
pldclng- orders with others.
Furniture Dealer, N. Front Street
J. W. CONOLEJY, Manager,
Ko exchange here
ilie dances of tbechildrenat summer
rorUare particularly attractive this
Princess and Water streets, up gtairs.
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.
Col. John N. Staples, of Guilford
county, was here yesterday. He ar
rived in the moinmg and at once went
Tlio Crop Prospects.
From information derived this ,11101 n
ing from various and altogether" valua
ble sources, we learn that thP TTEABMErK MY cause
different crODS lent, that ye may hear."
"FRIENDS AND FELLOW-CITIZENS:
AND BE si-
condition of the
is very satisfactory. A gentle- dcS!SX f
man of close observation, who
down to bmithvilie tor the dav. On
his return in the afternoon ho was tha nas recently travelled extensively in
If. hfts hnun pmiiArml U n I . .. .. . ... I fiirtn tli l.a m J no I nfnv r- .. 1 . . i
.r, since the ho hn h.n . ,PM LJ . recipient oi attentions ana nospitalities "J , .'. 1 iat Lne,
theo:.l vn i;.k n" "If T.. a C1cud was nead.ng at the hands of a number of our citizens cfops 1U. lDe sec"ons visiteci by him are
- .ltau VJUUi.b DL IC. 1 UlllCtl I I ffl 1 J r nir l.t- 1 I . ... It I - . ri mi n Kl 1 1
Jbirtfrvit- i-r,i . . -j.uukwjwwwBcaaieam, n bat resisted urgent invitations to re- ""uau I"4""WAV uuu anu inat tne
escription3 a spee
ders. Soap, Turkish Towels,
Full line of Drugs &c. Prescr
F. C. MILLEK'S,
aug U Comer Fourth and Nun sts
Just the Ticket.
ee-breeches and dress coats.
At the Electrical Exposition, soon
woDen in -Philadelphia, there will be a
ia:cSen incubator in opertien capable
Ul catching two thousand one hundred
e2Hat the same time- The necessary
Ltw will be the work of electricity.
Mozart, whn wanted bread, gets a
Vienna is building him a mon
to cost $50,000, which is muc
orcthun he receiTed for tho whole
1 uncofmed corpse was thrust
a trench in the potter's field.
Jhe managers of- the New Orleans
Centennial Exposition, having
secure Boston's big organ as
tion are now offering to set up
ld arthldi stue of Liberty tempor l:
Witbin their groupds until it finds f'
such is the fact, it will be a long time main over here tn-dav anil IpO. if farmers feel confident of nn abundant
oeiore it gets nere. ni?ht. .a nrwnt hnainA. finD-ao-omof Harvest, cotton, corn" and rice are
Schr! Z?ee rott,'n, Perrv. cleared to- recalled him. He has Dromised. how- looking remarkably well and are ad-;
-' i ' i ii . . .
aay lor deremie, Havti. with 107.112 ever, to return to Wilmington next vancin8 raPia,y towards maturity.
i . .
teet lumber and 40.000 shingles, valued month and address our peoDle on the rom -oiumDus, Pender. Bladen.
at $1,766 58, cleared by Messrs. North- issues of the day, on or about the 12th Cumberland and Robeson counties, in
rop & Cumming. - of the month. this state, we near, the tame favora-
I I ul 1 1 : -r
a n.mii , . .. .. , . JW ftUU KueB""s reports, in some
s.u.lcaujuSi,reuirneuLoiuecity owuiuau m tue west. localises there has hn Mtho,
AFTEl;IItEA K FAT.
WILL FIND AT CEAPON'S
22 South Front street, thn lsr vi. o r-
f-, . . . - - j. w WA.J
Long inner Havana Cigar. 1 Satisfaction
inn I K laiaiuwu or monev reiunacd. A ca fn 1
intorms us that he saw the notorious Maj. b ted man is making, a spirited much rain but as the rain ha of ciioice family gkocebies.
Col. Cash, at Cash's Depot, a lew days and effectual canvass in the mountains, and the waWs have subsided the if tSSZSS stf l forgct
since. He was seated outside of a storn He spoke at Hendersonvilla last Ratnr . . JH'y 17 . oeo. m. crapon. Act
- i -. jrjii,uu ijtuiia 1. 1 r . 1'iini iinr mr ixr n ni i - ' -
crons arc rnmim
n:L u:, i . ,. . . Ij a ., . . I "o
wnu uis sixteen suooier Dy nis side. y anu maae an excellent impression ripening finely.
Thnr,v u-,9 n;fl, mere on an. l he correspondent of Ihe
w -,.wv, .u vjAwicuitut, UU , .,. . , fTI I ,
Front street th mornin- asths mfimJA8.u.cv,uo Ulttnce "w "x uuveunou
bersofthe Old Hundred nlh, LJorT.- M..; Stedman and his com- The Wadesboro Times has some in-
- i utsLiLor. iiuusn r rp.mrn arrvtrr ttara i .- .... ...
getting ready for Wrightsville Sound, Saturday lalt to a w iVrwand at" reiaim.-tothe break-up of the
wnere tney are to play a match game penuve crowa. Major S, opened the r""." WUK1sluuai convention
went resting place on Bedloe's
P&tche f j-nnKS prims ais-
aeS froai 22 iUes showiQ t. t
sponi!OQthe Residential election in
evor ?d ther circIe3 about even.
Blaine , Clties instances are given of
rcr5a f backlnS Cleveland and rice
edlv ,omeof the wages are decid"
onr arr" ?Q leland's elec-
be vlus ,urtQer that if he should
vi UD ho will t. .
aaa vrho offers this bet "makes
At Lauriiiburg, on Tuesday night.
a fine Cleveland and. Scales club was
organized, with 70 name3 on the roll to
begin with and this, it is said, will be
increased to 300. Mr. T. J. Gil!, a
promising young Democrat, is the
president of the club.
We beard a geutlcman complaining
this morning that, having a physician's
prescription to get filled between the
hours of 1 1 and 12 last night, ho we-nt
to every dm? store in the city and fail,
ed to gain admission, and it was not
until he bad visaed one tho second
time that he succeeded in gaining ad
mittance and getting the prescription
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
debate m a very effective speech of one a Kockingham last week . It says :
a nan lours, lo say that the distin- The Republican Congressional Con
guisnea gentlemen met expectation, vention was to have met in Rockinjr-
nuuiu uv uuti laiuiii ULiLiiiiif ii.. f.v-1 nam last i nnrsdow 'I'hn Uv!oii
erybody was charmed at his courteous and the 'People" could not aree The
and dignified bearing, and his fluent. "Bosses"
. m T ' 41ViUVUV AUU LUC
eloquent and impressive style. "People" wanted Darby, and as they
Judge .haircloth, while a fine lawyer, could not agree in caucus they resolved
is a most lamentable failure as a stump the convention into a ma3s meeing and
speaker, and floundered badly upon the memoralized Col. Dockery to a
tariff. while Major Stedman's discus- cept the nomination. Ben Pratt
sion ol this issue was, by long odd3, the of this county was one of "de
cleverest I have heard daring the cam- sable orators who shot off be mout "
paign. Our standard could cot have Ha said if TWkprv
r 1 J -www J WW VMAM AUU UU J IA
beenj)Iaced in more worthy hands than promise him -1,000 majority from old
lnlSIaj. Stedman's and I am glad to be Anson, but "dat de dim'crats had been
able to say, he is making votes for the beatin' 'em some how sum never but
Prty wherever he speaks. dis time he could promise Dukry 1.000
The Republican party, will always majority." : -lose
ground where a joint discussion It is known that Col. -Dockery has
can be had, tor . their . ablest speakers written to Blaine, presumably to see
are powerless to combat the statistical how much 'soap" he could spare for
a2ray. f facts an(i figures which is lubricating purposes, and that Col. D.'s
effecuvely being used .against them, acceptance or declination depends on
and Which Wil!. hflvnnn rinnhr - acvnrA tho bt" k wM. !-. -'
their condemnation in this contest, by 1 It he: acccpU he will find all hi ma-t
thapeople, - y - ' l ioritiea like Pratraprociiscs.
EXPECTED BY WEDNESDAY.
MILAN CHIP and all the Kough 5 trawe,
popular now. Every .possible shade 'of Feath
ers and other Trimmlrgs. Kewj lot of Para
eola, white and colors, all priced f Glovea.
I ' 5
lisle, Kid and Lace. New Stimping PatteinH.
EeaiKSctfully . j!
MISS E. EARRER.
ma7 26 Kxchartge Comer.
School Books !
School Books I
jg FECIAL DISCOUNT TO MERCHANTS
and Tcachcra. We make a specialty of TEXT
BOOKS. adopted by the JStato licard of Edu
caUon. Prices furnLhcd on application.
Small orders by mall wUl receive prompt at-
C. W. YATES.
auSJ1 113 Market Rtreet
No Band of Music!
rilOE DEMOCRATIC 1JOOM, THE HOOD -
luaa, After lireakfaBt, Alwajg, Capitolaj.
Key West and Yellow Leg 5 cents Cigars aro
so good we do cot have to go Into the Patent
WIIlSSK. OOD POKE ,
aug 13 uli NQHTir STATE SATXKJK
Locks, Hinges; Cctts. Nails. Window
t astcnlng, &c. Contractors can save nSncy
nrt":"1lLl1'" ?a- 'fcx. good assoxf
men t and gool e:ood8. w wwit
W. K. SPIUNGEB 4 CO
i "Ccesfiors to Jonn ,!waon A Co..
aogT8 Wilmington, N.C,
VVJ2tt 503 COXES TOBACCO AT COaT
to closcjoat. Abo, a large stock of Flag and
8mokiag Tobacco at very low prices, frcxa
the Best raftorles In Virginia.
Cigars and Cigarettes
By thmuUlon, at tfee OCce of !
CAf FEAII TOBACCO WOBKS,
' fliau , Ko.KSKorthllirket fit.
'JMIE HANDSOMEST AND LAE'JEST As
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