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K':; r " r T, inert I'onal ana Charitable pur-.'.o--.-r.-ith
f-apltal of $l,Ortd,000 to. which a
',-vnv f'tsd of over 4550,000 has since been
Uvan v.r.rhc-lmtnjj pomilai rote Its frat.
's" was is a tart of the present State
Coutl:;ti 0:1 lorded December 2d, A. D.,1879.
Tut vdy Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
fci the people cfa.-.y S'ats.
It never scutes or postpones.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings take
A Si'I.KNJMD OPrJRTUNITY TO WIN A
Foiiri'NK. Ninth (irant Drawing, Class I
in t!; Aca'imv of Miihlc. at New Orleans,
Tuc.l:iv. September '.), 188t 172'i Monthly
Capital Prize.. S75.000.-.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dol
I.rrs E,ici. Fractions in Fiftlis;
LIST OF PRIZE.
l Capital PiUe of 75,000
i Capital Prize of 25,000
1 Coital Prize of 19,000
2 Prizes of $r,000 12.C0C
5 Prizes of 2,000 10,000
M Prizes of 1,000 10,000
20 Prizes of 500 10,000
10O Prizes of 200 20,000
5X) Prizes of 100 30.0C0
VO Prizes of 50 25,000
KvO Prizes of 25 25,000
1 Aj'proilaiatlon PrizeB of $750. 6,750
9- " 500. 4;500
9 M " 250. 2,250
1.K7 Prizes, amounting to $265,500
Application forrateato claba should be made
only to the office of the Company In New Or
For further Information, write clearly, glv
Ins full address. Make ; P. O. Money Or
rs payable and address Registered Letters to
NE7 ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans , La.
F03TAL, NOTES and ordinary letters by
3-ill cr Exprosa (all sums of $5 and upwards
or ixpress at our expense) to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
, New Orleans, La.
or it. A.. DAUPHIN,
j07 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
au- 13 w&.l-RAt 4w-d&w . -
aug 6 ly d&w
Dr. Jloit's Powders
VKVEK FAIL TO CURE INFLAMMA
tionuf the Rldnya, Gravel, Gleet. Stiict
saniu'l Urinary diseases.. Nervous and
l Z !'Huy, ncnital Weakness and all
or Lr,lti:"J series caused by Indiscretion
, Cl5;CS- byphillslnall its forms pcrma-
ta. el low c Drown spots on face
.-ore 1 nroat an 1 Xnap.. hcmfnlaOld
zoma. Tetter and all HlnniJ and Skin
hr-f; L'riuary diseases cured In 3 days.
Tkv nc os( the monrty c FRANK
U t-n'i V, - Ka'Umore, Md., and It will
For sale by all dm?
sent by mall.
july 7 d&wly
Dr; Dodd's Nervine No. 2.
V 'LL. ,CUKK NKUVOUS, PHYSICAL
rre'., l'u i hernial W eakness caused by indl
thQ laws of
DT:. HUNTER'S 1'lf.T.S
ypiiills in all it forms and stages,
&'i brrc-1 . or exlresi sealed. For salo by
' "r!-its: sint ho mall
- - .v n ij
JiVHi ,iure , Perform Iire
iu(l properly are caused by
vl tad a perfect and lasting
-V . J L end vis
Ln'JJ52rrons manhood ia
aieata. This ti-oaiment of
In l R!5SE LEA Flne Cut CheW-
NAVY CLIPPINGS, and black, Brown and
i t ;m- SNUFFS are the best and cheapest.
so;vT.. '"npots on tne fare anl body,
fcu it m :-At aQ l Nrtse. Scrofula. Tetter. Koze-
i ilU- .
iAi. A cnsatlon' Sa,t hcum and all
ci 1 6kia ''see, Urinary Diseases and
H'oedily cure. 1 Trice $2
Never UUs r' FKMLK FUlKND
i.-n ;V aU)cure Irregularities or Suppret
Li.?;,.! ' 'O l by CO;da or riispasn. Mtirririi
HuiL"a;!adiesil delicate s'ate of health are
ttoneY not use u- 1rice - Enclose the
VKXs J",r yuh' medlciue to FRANK. STE-
wanddjon perfect dwgnosii
Ob, touch lhat rosebud! it will bloom,
My lady lair!
A passionate red indirp greea gloom,
A joy, a splendor, a perfume
That sleeps in air.
You touched my heart; it gave a thrill
Just like a rose
That opens ataladie3 will;
Its bloom is always your3 until
You bid it close.
A Grateful Husband.
Merchant- 'Hasn't Fogg made
appearance yet this mornine?"
Head Bookkeeper "No. sir."
"Strange! Have vou examined his
"Yes. sir; tbey are correct to a cent."
"What about the cash drawer?"
' Not a cent gone.11.
"This is very strange. Can you ex
"I have just heard that he had elop
"With ray daughter?"
4 "No, sir: with your wife.1'
"Poor wretch! How I pity hiru.
Stay. You say he has no money?"
"None that I know of."
"Make out a check for a hundred
thousand and mail it to him care of
John C, Eno. That'll reach him. It
shaVt be said lhat I failed to appreci
ate the honest endeavors of a poor
young man." liochesfdr Post-Express.
8 E PTE M BE It feQUIHS.
Beware of green fruit. Th3 fruit
cannot help being green, but you can.
A little school-girs
and everybody goes on
telling ot it
every wne re.
An Eastern paper says tbat a dozen
girls from New Haven are taking a
tramp through the Adirondack
Mountains. The tramp must be having
a good time.
'What do you call your dog,
Georgie?" asked the visitor, pleasan'ly.
"Psalm," said Georeie. "That's 'a
funny name tor a dog," the caller said.
"Why do you call it Psalm?" And the
boy explained that he did so because
the dog wasn't a hymn.
"So you think John is becoming a
great man in the city ?' said a farmer,,
speaking of his absent son to a com-
pan:on of the youth. "Great man!
should, say so. 'Why, there ain't
barkeeper in the city hardly that he
don't call by his first name."
Said Jones: "We're going to run
Biifkins for Judge this fall;" Said
Smith: "Biifkins! Whatdoeshe know
about law?" "Nothing at all. He
never saw a law book. That's the
reason we are going to run him. We
think that if he is ignorant of law we
may get a little justice."
Blunkin and his wife had been in
dulging in a family discordance and
finally Mrs. B. exclaimed: "Well. I've
got my opinion of anyman who talks
as you do." "Oh, have you? Well,
you can keep it if you want to." "No, I
can't, either. It's so awfully bad
already that it won't keep."
A Remarkable Tribute.
Sidney Ourchundro, of Pittsburg,
Pa., writes: "I have used DR. WM.
HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE Lungs
many years with the most gratifying
results. The relieving influence of
HALL'S BALSAM is wonderful. The
pain and rack of the body, incidental
to a tight cough, soon disappear by the
use of a spoonful according to direc
tions. My wife frequently sends for
HALL'S BALSAM instead of a physi
cian, and health is speedly restored by
For a Rainy Day.
Mrs. Winks Did you notice in the
Arctic reports that the exploring party,
after running out of food, kept theni
selves alive on sealskin ?
Mr. Winks Yes. It is strange that
it should contain so much nutriment.
But speaking of starvation reminds me
that we have not saved a penny this
year. It won't do to go on that way
Mrs". Winks Certainly not, and that
is what I was going to speak about.
We must lay up something for a rainy
day. We don't know how soon we
may meet withjnisfortune.
Mr Winks True, and as Uncle Jake
has promised to send me a present ot
$500 in the fall! think would be a good
starter, don't you?
Mrs. Winks Just the thing, dear.
Buy me a 500 seal-skiir sacque lor a
Christmas present, and if the worst
comes to the worst we can eat it, you
know. Phila Call.
For seven years, Allen's Brain Food
has agood the strongest tests as to its
merits in curing Nervousness, Nervous
Debility and restoring lost powers to
the weakened Generative System, and
in no instance, has it ever failed; test
it. Si ; 6 for S5. At drugsists, or by
mail from J. IL.Allen, 315 First Ave.,
New York city: - . vod
Disease comes in by hundred weights
aud goes out by ounces.
The most delicate persons enjoy tak
ing Emouy's Little Cathartic Pills
give a wholesome appetite, put new
lite in a broken-down body. 15 cents
The contentment of a manufacturing
town is ten mills.
Kouyrli on Pain."
fi'aa r.fMr Mnmns. diarrhoea: ex
ternally for aches, pains, sprains, hcad-
of.l.na rolirqlirm, rhptimatiSUl. I Of
man or beast. ' 25 and 50c.
When'a girl refers her lover to her pa
he feels that it is harder to question the
pop than it is to pop the question.
Allen's Bilious, physic is a purely
vesatablc liquid remedy for Headaches,
Biliousuess and Constipation. ily
taken, ac ing promptly, relieving
quickly. 95 cts. At all Druggists,
Never mako a rash promise, especial
ly if you are younr?. Breach of prom
ise suits are not only annoying, but they
ar Eometimea very costly v ,
P fat form of- the Democratic
. .Party cf North Carolina.
We again congratulate the people of
North Carolina on the career: of peace
prosperity -and good overnment on
which she entered alter the inaugura
tion ot a Democratic State administra
tion, and which has been unbroken for
so many years since; upon the iust and
impartial enforcement of the laws; up
on the efficiency of our common school
system, and the great progress made in
popular education; and upon the gen
eral improvement and enterprise man
ifested in every part of the State. And
we again challenge a comparison be
tween this state of things and the
crimes, outrages and scandals which
attended Republican ascendancy in our
borders; and we pledge ourselves .to
exert, in the future, as we have done'in
the past, our best efforts to promote the
material interests of all sections of the
Affirming our adherence to Demo
cratic principles as heretofore enuncia
ted in the platforms of the party, it is
Resolved, That we regard a free and
fair expression of the public will at the
ballot-box as the only sure means of pre
serving our free American institutions,
and that the corrupt and corrupting use
of federal patroDage in influencing and
controlling elections is dangerous to the
ITbertier, of the Statu and the Union.
Resolved, That we arc in favor of the
unconditional and immediate abolition
of the whole internal revenue system,
as an intolerable burden, a standing
menace to the freedom of elections, and
a source of great annoyance and cor
ruption in its practical operation.
Resolved, Tbat no government has a
right to burden its people with taxes
beyond the amount required to pay its
necessary expenses and gradually ex
tinguish its public debt. And that
whenever the revenues, however de
riyed. exceed this amount, they should
be reduced so as to' avoid a surplus in
the treasury. We therefore urge upon
our Senators and Representatives in
Congress to exert themselves in favor
of such legislation as will secure this
Resolved, That with respect to , the
tariff we reaffirm the life-long and fund
amental principles of the party declar
ed in the National Democratic plat
forms and tbat the details of the method
by which the constitutional revenue
tariff shall be gradually reached, are
subjects which the party's representa
tives at the Federal capitol must, be
trusted to adjust; but in our opinion
the duties on foreign importation should
be lavied for the production of public
revenue, 'and the discriminations in its
adjustment should be such as would
place the highest rates on luxuries and
the lowest on the necessaries of life,
distribute as equally as possible the
burdens of taxation and confer the
greatest good to the greatest number ot
the American people.
Resolved, That the course ot the
Democratic party in furtherance of
popular education, by enicient public
schools in all sections, and the establish
ment of graded and normal schools in
the larcer towns and accessible centers,
is a sufficient guarantee that we favor
the eduoation of all classes of our people
and we will promote and improve the
present educational advantages so far
a3 it can be done without burdening the
people by excessive taxation.
And "whereas, There is now more
than a hundred millions of dollars in
the treasury of the United States,
wrung from the pockets of the people
by unjust taxation on the part of the
Republican party, therefore,
Resolved, That we will accept such
distribution of said surplus revenues of
the government tor educational pur
poses as may be made by the Congress
of the United States ; provided always,
has the same shall be disbursed by
State agents .and not accompanied by
objectionable features and embarrass,
Resolved, That it is due to the white
people of our eastern counties, who
have so cheerfully borne their share ot
our common burdens, tbat the pres
ent, or some other equally effective
system of county government, shall
Resolved, That in view of the exist
ing and increasing harmony and kind
ly feeling between the two races in this
State and a similar condition of things
which wo believe to exist generally in
other Southern States, we deprecate
the attempt of the Republican party in
its recent platform at Chicago to force
civil rights as a living issue, and we
denounce it as a fire-brand and a hypo
critical expression of interest in the
black race, a wanton insult to the
whites of the South, and tending to stir
up strife between the now friendly
A Fair Offer
Tne Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send Dr. Dye's Volatic
Belt and Appliances on trial, for thirty
days, to men, young or old, afflicted
with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
See advertisement in this paper,
t th s eowtV"
If fresh air and exercise are whole
some youuG: fathers should be healthy;
The man with a fresh heir gets plenty
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, J "will send a recipe that will
cure you. FREE OF CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self
addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
eod d&w ly
There is nothing that makes such
awful havoc in the soul as a constant
sense of guilt..
Itching Piiet-usymptoms and Core.
The symptoms are moisture, like persplra
tion. Intense Itching. Increased by scratehior;
very distressing, particularly at rdzht; seems
aa if pin worm were crawling In and about
the rectum ; the prlr&te parts re sometimes
aCected. It allowed to continue very serious
results may follow. "SWAXNE'S OINT
MENT" la a pleasant, sure cure.- Also, tot
Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Erysip
elas, Barber's Itch, Blotches, all scaly, crusty
bUn Diseases. Box. by mall, 50 cts; 3 for tl,
33. Address, DR. S WAYNE SOS. Phil.,
Pa. Sol I dt Druggists.
may 2 ly deodiw I ra w
De pussoa what doan talk nothin1
but slang, doan1 think nothin1 bat
Carolina Central ft. B.
07fiCB ot 6msiL BrKsrirrsjtDrr,
Wltatfjyrton. N. C. May ID. 18S4.
I m .VIM I LJ u
Change of Schedule.
AND AFTZR MAY 12th. 1SS4, THE
following Bcnoame will be operated oa this
PASSEKGEB MALL AND EXPRESS THAIS
Dally except Sundays.
) Leave Wilmington at 7.20 P. M
No.. Leave Kaleigb at 7.35 P. M
) Arrive at Charlotte at. 7.0D A. M
) Leave Charlotte at 3.45 P. M
No. 2. Arrive Raleigh at 8.30 A M
) Arrive at Wilmington at 8.C0 A. M
Passenger Trains stop at regalar staUon
only, and points designated In the Companv'f
Tlnue Table. ,
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSESGEIi, UAiL
EXPRESS AND FREIQFIT
Dally except Sundays.
vn o Leave Charlotte...; 5.15 P. M.
- Arrive at Shelby 9 00 p. M.
K 4 j Leave Shelby... 7.00 A. M.
S Arrive at Cnarlotte lc.45 a. M.
Trams No. 1 and 2 make cloeo collection at
Hamlet with R. & A. Trains to ancLfrom lLai
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmlngtor
and Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
Take Train No. 1 for Stateevillc, Station
Western N C R R, Ashevllle and polnta West?
Also, for Spartanburg, GreenvUle, Athens,
Atlanta and all polnta Southwest.
L. C. JONES,
F. W. CLARK, General Passenger Agent
150 HIIDS" PK'ME CUBA MOLASSES,
1 00 Hhd3" Prlmc Porto Elco MOLASSES,
500 Half EOllS Standard BAGG1KG
1 000 Bdls' Nw Arrow ties
J 500 BJlaPleced ties j
500 BbLs FLOUE
100 Bbls SUGAE
200 Baga C0FrEE
LIME. CEMENT, PLASTER, &c.
Ail at lowest prices.
WORTH & WORTH.
rpHE FIRU OF HOLL1NGS WORTH & CO.
has been Changed thla day by the retiremen
of S H. TRIMBLE and the admission of T.
P. SYKES. The bushes will be conducte
as heretofore under the name and style of
july 9 tf
HOLLISGSWORTH & CO.
The Excursion and Pic Nic
SEASON JS NOW OPEN AND PERSONS
visiting th city, the Sounds or Smlthville,
and In need otFJrst-Class work will do well
to call on
OFOHISr WERN ER
the well known Barber and Perfumer at his
Shaving and-Hair Dressing Saloon.
NO. 29 MARKET STREET,
where he will spare no pains in; glvlngsa tie
faction tt a 'L Come d d see.
ff 5a i
fmnvXte ...aiv1lnf.lnn fit tint Af fthsl
most noted and euccessful upecifcllsts In tno U. a
f now retired) for the cure ofA'emu DettilUv
fcort J&anhooa, VeakiiS8 and JJeoay. 8eai
JnpLiaa ocAlsd enveloporee. Druggists coaflUifc
' Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana
NEW YORK HERALD.
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It contains all the general news of the Daily
Edition of the Herald, which has the largest
circulation in the United Stathes.
Independent in Politics,
it is the most valuable chronicle of political
news in the world, impartially giving the oc
currences and opinions of all parties, so that
all sides may be known. In the departmenl
Foreign News '
the Herald has always been distinguished by
the fullness of Its cable despatches. The new
transatlantic telegraph cables will increase
The Fakm Department
of the Weekly Herald is practical. It goes to
the point, and docs not give wild theories.
The farmer will save many more than
One Dollak a Yeajr
from the suggestions of the farm department
alone, concerning soil, cattle, crops, trees,
buildings, gardening, poultry and agricultu
Instructs the housewife and the children In' re
gard to economical and tasteful new dlshef,
the fashions, and the making of home com
forts. In'addiUon, are given latest reports of
ff r5ftf of money, columns of Mlacella-
iv -mjr. Poetry, a uompicie story
j.-.-S.j and Anecdotes, Sporting
p .Popular Science,
laTSf-frf well krown Persons of itht
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Address. NEW YORK HERALD,
dec 19 Broadway and Ana Street
PRINTING PRESS WIS HAVE TOE
sale a second-hand ADAMS PRINTING
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Addieaa THE nOM,
July a-- Pittstoro, N, C
A Great Problem.
Take all the Kidney and Liver ,
-Take all the Blood purifiers,
Take all the Wcwmaftc I remedies,
Take all the Dyapqysia arid indices
Take all the Ayitc. Fever! and bil
Take all the lira in and Xerve force
Take all the Gratt health;. restorers.
Inshort, take all the bz qualities
ot all these, and ihe V. icsl
Qalilies cf all the best .medic ire in
the world, and 3011 will tind that Hop
Bitters have the best curative qual
ities of ail concentrated
In them, and that they will cure
when any or all of these, singly or .
Fail. A thorough trial will give
positive proof of this.
Five years as;o I broko down . with
kidney acd liver complaint and rheu
matism, Since then I have been unable to be
about at all. My liver bteanio hard
like wood; my. limbs were pulled up
and tilled with water.
All the best physiciaus agjfet'd that
nothing could cure me. I resolved u
try Hop Hitters: I have used seven
bottlss; the hardness has all gone. from
my liver, the swelling from my limbs,
and it hasvorlccd a -miracle in iny case :
otherwise I would have beh bow in
mv grave. J. YY. Mouuv, liuiValo,
Oct. 1, ltwl J
Poverty and Sufreriiijj.
"I was dr3gred ('own w)th debt,
poverty and suifering l'r years, can.--ed
by a s ick f a m i 1 y a 1 ul 1 a rge ..bill s t'c r
I Avas completely discouraged, until
one year ago by the advice ot my pas
tor, I commenced usinif Hop liitters,
and in one month wo were all well,
andnrncofus have seen a Kick day
since, and I want to say to all poor
men, you can keep your families well
a year with Hop Hitters lor less than
one doctor's visit vill cost. I know
it.'1 A Won KINGMAN. r
&3 None genuine without a bunch of gr. en
Hops on the white label. Shun all the vile,
poisonous stuff with "Hop" ox "ilopa" in
their name. aug 13 1m d&w nrm
No. 4 to 25
Smokers of BlackwelPs Genuine
Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco wiU
receive Premiums as follows en
terms and conditions here specified :
Bst premium, $5,000
2d " 82,000
3d " $1,000
22 other Premiums as here Bhown.
The 25 premiums will bo awarded
December 22. 1884. 1 st Premium
goes to the person from whom wc re
ceive the largest number of our empty
tobacco hairs prior to lec. 15. 2d wiil
be given for the next largest number
and thus, in the order of the uunibf r
of empty bavrs received from each,
to the twenty-five euccefisful con
testants. Each bacr must bear our
original Bull Durham label, IT. R.
Revenue stamp, and Caution Notic.
Batrs must be done up securely in a
package, with name and, address of
sender, and number of bags contain
ed, plainly marked on the outside,
and must be sent, charges prepaid, to
Blackvrefl's Durham Tobacco
Co., Durham, N. C. Every genuine
package has picture of BulL
See our next announcement.
sept 1 nrm
New York & Wilmington
fc'KOM PIEE 34, EAST IUVEIi. NEWYOltK
At 3 o'clock, P. M. . ;
BENEFACTOR ..Saturday, ScpL
REGULATOE Saturday, Sept. 13
BENEFACTOR Saturday, Sept. CO-
REGULATOR. Saturday, h'ept. 27
FROM WILMINGTON :
REGULATOR Saturday, -JFei-t. C
BENEFACTOR Sa tcrday, cpt. J3
REGULATOK ....Saturday feept 2 '
BENEFACTOR.. Saturday Sept.
Through Bills Lading and ...Lowest
Through Kates guaranteed to and fronl I'oir ts
In North and Bonth Carolina.
For Freight or Passage ap;dy vo i .
U. G. 8MALLBONES, Si;rrintcaaebt.
Wilajb3ton, :N:. C
WM. P. CLYDE ;rr..rl Ku-vi-t
35 Broadway, New p-i
eep l-tf- , ; I
J. L. WINXEIt,
ATCWMAKE2 St JLWEI.LFi:,
W Chronometers, Fine Watches
and Jewelry repaire! aud warranted, ji
Oppoidte New Market. Front tt, I !
liDER NEW MANAGEMENT,
n. L. PEJ2B1'. Prorrletor. 1
Law Proprietor AtUatl-5 U.J-.2L, MnClaes
p dav. j ji
"AXAKESls" elves its'an
relief. anl is an infaliUe
cure for PIL13- Price fl.
at dmgist. or cr$ pre
paid by maiL earap!A.
Ad. "axa KJESis" Mers,
Fan M mT1mhu4s of exsr ef Strrmmm kIK!r, tarn.
L k it tmi ec intlrm, tb rwrnuli ertifrrMl.
B 1 iM LSucwM or ar cm.mtm.crma bj H E R V I T A .
C treat Imltk Utt It wlilwwwwTm prqpt iu. utt w
t til B
til lfc iNI ! Xf
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- V The ; following rmotrtlota Tejeaca
wholesale prieca generally , la Eaadrgf np
Email orders hUber rrlces LaTe to be charged
BAGGrNu . " ?- "" -r?:-
stadartl...,.M.. 11 ft
2 tb..i........ ,vl340
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BACON North Caxaiina:
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Shoulders, la 0
Stdcfs, 2..:......, ll fi i
T7ES1 EliN SM0KE3 .
Hatrts.. 16 3
ia3. lb 11 'O " .
Sis-raMer O'.Q ,11
ewos, ? ib inn
Shoulders, f CO 11
B K 11KKLS Spirits Turpcctlns,
Second liana, each........... 1 75 f
New NfT York, eaci i. 1 &0 0C
(niTjZsth 1 eo es l 9
jilr.EWA'i., 2(2 O (
BlllCUS, V M - ..,
BUTTER, ? lb
North CarvitLa.... ............ til OS .
Northern...- 20 t 3
CANDLES, ?a :
;-;rr3...... J3 O 24
Tailow Il'4 13 .
Adaiactia 12 j 12
CHtESfc. i lb-
Northern 'Factory... IS'rt 1
Dairy, Crsatn 14 O - 1 U
State....; 10 U 2
Java....- -i i-.. 17 a ' 15
I ruyra L'tt li
lno... l!lC3 ?13
CORN MEM., bus., ia sacts 81
COTTON TIES, V bundle... loO Oil.'
domestics v .
fc netting 4 1, y yd ....... fO
Tai nr., i bnsch. ... . '"85 St
EGGS, & dozen.. .". 16 tt 17
Mackerel, No. 1, f bid iti C-0 (C-J to
Idactcrel, No. 1, ? hrM LU.. s 50 C10 C.
Mackerel, No. C, f bid 9 td inc .
Macktrcl, No. i, V Kvir t-bh. 5 ca 5 4 f,u
Mullets, bb! t Od & .
Mullets, Pei- bbji 7 CO 2 S :
N. C. H3 l!cnin-, kc-? 3 CO & 4 0J
iry cod, ;fc 5 ii -
FKUTlIJZMRo, y ILs-
Pcri:v.n Crruo, No. 1. rt; U) ftZl 50
' No. 1 So () aa
" " LolK)B. Mfr) IW OJ
Baacrh'r, mK i i-hate ......IX) 00 3a u)
Cur6ltr.-iFeru.Utr ....45 CO ?5i &
Grcund Bon- CO (iO MS 01
Bono Meal. 00 00 tfJ4.
Bone Flo ir GO CO ..'7 tf
Kaa-pa Cu.iu--. i) 03 tt
Ooinidete Muaurc cti C5 tZ'M '
Whawn's l'L'o3;diato CO lJ flc'o '
V.'ando Phosphat 00 CO e7').iv
Berfcer & Bute's I'hoifjihaie. .CO 00 esi) in
Escellenza Cotton FcrtiiJ2cr.J." i-O &ji C.
French's Carbonate of Llcie... "7 00 & 7 .
French's Agricultural Lirao.... S. f-0 j 9 0
Fine . . 0 CO 4 ?:
Novthcrr sur-trr 4 75 &1 5 i'
" .- Ivxira 5 75 4j5 6 2i
" iikivU." t; 53 3 6 M
City Mills Extra 6 W .1 C ,Vj
X LkJ 1 1 j .... ........ ' iJ t J Ut'
" -Extra VsmllV.... 5o CO S
.tJLXia ? fc 11 O 12
GRAIN, tf- bushel
. Corn, froin t.i,TC, :?fc,,vh'.l:.. S- f& SI
Corn, cargo, 1j b;:lk, wLl;.. 4 CD '
Corn, cai-o, iii t.-as, whlia.. 72 tt - 75
Com, CUV-, fidicd, Ir. bs,.. Cs 0.
Oris, from cioVc C5 ft t:i
Cowl'cap 1 Tt G 1 7S
Greer. 5 tt s
Dry 11 a 12
HAY, 1 3-3 lie
EH3ie:n i 20 $ i 25
Western 1 15 1 2L
North River "5 e$ bi
HOOP .IRON; I it---. 3-5.-21 . 5i'
Northern.... 100 141
North Carolina CO Ct 10
LIME, if barrel 1 40 a
LUMBKR, Clty'fcawcd, r M ft.
Ship Stuff, rcsawe L 13 IK Cdlft OC
Bough Edge Plank... i 15 00 itlC tt
to' quality ,'ii3 (W f?lc- - '
Dressed Fioorinsr, soaHO!icd..J3 i as SI 0G ;
fceau'tttng and l'.ard. coai'n-.12 i i5
MOLAf-Sh.S, V gallor
Nc.v Crew Cuba, ij hhds ; 5
In bb'.s 3 & 4
P rto ii'.co, in ladr... ....... :,1 & s
in bb!.. ........ si 45
Sugar Houbt, In hhdi.v 00 tt Ci
" ir l-i:s Sii at
.Syrup, In bbls 1 &i
N AllJi, V Kcpr, Cut, 0d ia-'Is.. 0 tt 8 fit
OILS, V gallon
Kfjrr)ociie j ?
ard 1 10 O 1 45
Linseed 90 iM 1 CO '
Ro&in 90 1 00
Tar 00 J SO
Deck and Spar W ft 27
Chickens, live, grown 1 ft
Spring 10 & .
Turkeys 75 tt 1
PEANUTS bushel 1 10 ft &C
POTATOES, V bushel
Sweet i0-(! 75
Irish, bbl 2 00 tt 2 25
City Mess..... .........23 60 Gli
Prime 16 00 C517
Rump 17 00 ft 13
RICE Carolina, lb 4ty
Rough, bushel 05 tt 1
RAGS, lb Country II40
ROPE, ? ib Huo
SALT, ack. Alum CO tX 75
Livenoo CO tie 75
Lisbon 00 a GO
American... .'. 00 ff 75
SUGAR, C Cuba .00 a 0o
Porto Rico &) tt 00
A Coffee ,fcf. 00 ft 84
. B ;. 00 ft 7v
C " ei.40 7
Ks C ..... t;4o tii
Crushed lOtof 11
SOAP V Northern -5 ft IU
SHINGLES, 7 in. VM.... 10 60 fiill CO
Common 2 &0 tt 3 Hi
CyprtsBSaps 4 fX) O 5 K
Cywrecs Hearts 0 00 S 1 50.
STAVES ii W. O. Barrel.. 12 00 G3 CO
B. O. Hogshead 00 00 ft 10 OJ
TALLOW, ib 4 0 5
TIMBER, M feet SUpp!ng.l2 b Cli 0.J
r:rincMHl. , II 25. 13 00 -
Mill Prlmev. 7 50 8 lit
Mill Falr.J 6 OC 0 W
Common ii 111 5 -00 ft 0 00
Inferior to Ord?nary 0 00 tt t 00
WHISKEY, f gaI-Ncrthcrn..l 00 CJS 4 00
North Carollrja .1 00 ft 2 50
WOOL, i & Washed... .. l tt Ml
Unwashcl 5 5 ft 20
llumr.. 1Q tt 15
: 11 1 . 1 1
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