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PTIOKS FOSTAQX PAID: :
-slxtttaatlis, f3.. Three
i 00 : One month, S5 cents.
- er will be aeHrcred br ctorierf free
. part of 4J crtyr tte abore I
rf-nwrntt per week.
,liStA.Zng ratca low and liberal.
iXESU will rerf any and D fall.
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rf inc "v;rTi'i7i
n . Tift lit ttPflTLPJin luLX lAK ULrtlrJiL I
JfAe drcuuuwn, or any iwpvr 72
tot. fntte cy v mimtngum.
i l-v rnirnf Ian Inat
e is Jay candi(lateT J
r.,P Ilidly, late Secretary
feiio'A'?t is to have a monument to
.t 420,000 in Baltimore.
fbe jast-probated will of the late
e33 Nathan Rothschild leaves
100,000 to charitable objects.
hck suggests that Northern million-
chna d hire omy niarnea- coacu-
aud compel the wires of the samel
a'irays t ride on the box
of the car- so
While Robert Bonner, now a million
gire many times over, was in Hartford
gently, he visited the Courant offlce
undtold reminiscences of the time when
ke worked there for $3 per week. '
Xhe iairaijrration into the United
Slates in August amounted to 33,148,
ml in the Qrst eight months of the cur
rent year to 310,583. In 1884 the total
were respectively 38,388 and 406,453.
Neither Gordon nor Wolseley is .a
teetotaler. They smoke tobacco Gor
don in all kinds, pipes cigarettes.
cigars; Wolseley the latter, and the
that can be had. Both are tern-
nerate in food, and of incessant activity.
The only negro is tbol, Mass., is
i-it He had a white wife, and the
WIW - -
obituary notices say that she was coun-
lonTippc in refined society, lne man
was the Rev. John N. Mars, once Pre-
siding Elder ot the Washington Metho
dist Zion Conference.
The honeymoon of a Chicago couple
was spent in j the romantic and pic-
tnresque occupation of camping out on
the shore ol Lake Michigan ; but the
plan seems to uae failed, for they
finally emerged from the woods at op
posite sides, and are tf be legally sepa-
rated by a dj Force.
Iiis reported that a number of Eng- j
lih clergymen are agitating the ques-
lion of revising the marriage service , in
tta English nraver book. Thev con
siderit coarse and indelicate in some
parts. Thousands of good people have
been thus married and never saw any
thin; wrong about it.
Senator Sherman is thus quoted: "I
think that the Republicans will elect
most of their ticket next month, but it
does not signify that the party which
carries Ohio id October will carry it in
November. The letter of Blaine upon
bit domestic affairs was a: very (polish
production. He is certainly surrounded
wita bad advisers .
Jay Could is for Blaine. As a "busi
ness man" be cannot endure the idea of
n administrative change. Brother
tjrua Field takes the same view. All
tkemonoDolists.who are doinir well
change. The monopolists will
Drnsnor-nno ht- tji; .nwMa,i ihn, I
American people are foolish enough to j
place htm in channels where he can!
ake himself useful.
Misa Pearl Tyler, granddaughter ot
-President Tyler, is to be married at
Richmond shortly to William M.liis,
member of the Virginia House of Dele
Ifc! trom Monteomerv county. Miss
Tjler is described as ,4a brunette of a
decided type, a daring and dash-
IDJ horsewoman and of charming man-
"TC. Mr P.llia ia a nrArrroaQlTO vntlflH
'lr?inian. with a larere estate in Mont-?
ery. . I
According to Herr Most, the great
alistic statesman, who sooke at a
: in Philadelphia Saturday night.
Gtn Butler is "a liar, thief and monop-
raTitirr .nd I
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lUdrpl n-vrramA wilVi Anrmnlintl " I
far who I
I- vuauvi a LVllblOW 4V &vwv.f w I
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. ssnaen for monev."- Kevoiation I
w 1- , e says wm liberate lhc peo
it,. w , ..w. j """""
air Mnaf kna aviiian 1 1 W MHCI I
COmmamt.l" an(kAItlv in
m - " M &.A W. - V u - IWJL II Iilllll 1111 B 4a
I0 admits thAneral fact that our
Pfe live be ter, and the other fact
r'they waste more than other people,
u : But, perhaps, the proof is no
Wtlere shown nnre ftlarlv than in the
JJtrast of wholesale and retail prices,
0Qe wants to find out how wel1
uu iive, retail picca u
t00l tO Studv. TF hn tvonfa in. finH nnt
i7 lk ts to live, ho is obliged
-r? with wholesale prices.
dencA vZ r a mouient let yoar xconfi
leifi; "r&y you into supposing your
i giinftcaPie of mistake. It is indeed
Boili n8 bl.ttnuer to refuse to Uko Dr.
Ject iu "Jfrup waen you even sns
louhaTe taken cold. ...
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VOL. ; VIII.
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a uoieu runs cniropoaisi sajs
per cent. of French 6e6ple 1
formea lc; AlfttopSdisl once
wlu 100 Augusta unromcie man that
aoow, w per cent. olAmericaa women.
especially thoso inlie isnef classes
were in the sanm j fi, ,. Wnr.n
of shoes too narrowr. r ton ahnrt
r w-w wuwaW
with hiahoheels. ichiefly "causes the
trouble and defeat. " A wbnfan's foot.
csretally and nalnrlly ; T .cultivated ,
ought to be as beautiful as her hand
bat it is not, according to expert testi-
A'doctor attendlner " imnr
was very ill, said that he had to stop
see a man who nad fallen down
a weiu- "Did he fciek the bucket, doc
tor?" roaned punster. "No sir, we
used St Jacobs Oil and made him well
INDEX TP IEW ADVERTISEM EWTt.
Thirds VfarJ Democrats
For Kent Vacant I-ot
C Yates School Books
Hkinsbkrokr School Books
WE Davis A Son Invitation
First Ward Democratic Club
Wm OterseTn Just Itoceived
Miss Ida Brantley Dress Making
Benj W Davis Commission Merchant
Monds Bros. A DsBosset By Steamer
FC Miller Friends and Fellow Citizens
Step Ladders, all leDgths, at Jacobins
spoke at Kenansyille
We lose this month
05 minutes of
Such weather as this is decidedly dis
couraging to business.
The receipts of cotton at this port
day foot up 656 bales.
This month has five Wednesdays,
five Thursdays and five Fridays.
Here it is, the first day of October
and it is almost as hot as it has been a1
any time during tho Summer.
Reserved seats for Blind TomVxon-
cert, which will be given atrr the .Opera
House to-morrow night, are now on
sale at Heinsbergcr's bookstore.
mere were nine interments in uas
Grove Cemetery during the mouth end
ed September 30th, 1884 Of this num
ber three were adults and six were
children, All were colored.
Gen. M. P. Taylor, of this city, of
the Second Brigade, has been placed
in command of the camps of the State
Guard at Raleigh, during the Exposi
Reflect upon yourpresent blessings of
which every man has many ; not on
your last misfortune, of which all men
have some: co buva suit of clothes
from Dyer & Son and be happy. t
The wind got around to the North
west during the night and as a conse
quenco it is cooler aud pleasanter
ay. -M1 -ueraia speass oi cooier
weatner ana possidiv rain ior to-uior-
row - .
The receipts of cotton at this port for
the month of September, just closed,
foot up 12.089 bales, as against 7,696
bales for the corresponding month of
lasUyear, an increase this year of 4,393
The Supreme Court meets next
Monday. That day and Tuesday will
be devoted to the examination of ap-
piicants for license to practice law.
Tkna lor tntolvo anrtltofl n! S KlAm SPnt
in their names. There are about fifty
new cases on the docket.
The large frame house on the corner
of Orange and South Second streets,
known as the "Potter House." was
sold to-day by Mr. Tho3. W. Strange,
Commissioner. Dr. W. J. H. I5elia-
111V WHS the nnrchaser at $5,600. The
Bnla will nrobablv not be confirmed
- I ml
tkt v,,f canafn vnrA
and Major Stedman will both deliver
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one or more speecnes in xruasvic&.
sometime this month. We are glad to
near ims as we unuerstaau mat mo
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DeraocraU of the old county are anx-
ious to have some good speakers visit
Miss Ida L' Brantley, fashionable
dressmaker, has returned to the city
and in a card published in this issue
notifies her friends and the public that
sua micu iu muw v..
be entrusted to her at her residence
No. 309 South Secoad street, between
Ann and Nun. ,
To every Housekeeper a good
substantial cook stovs i$ an importan
necessity and our reader will find the
best at j Factory; pricesaU JxcopVa
Hardfrare Depot. ' -t: f :r.'l
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WILMINGTON. N. C. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1884 NO 234
Duncan Shaw, colored, was brought
before the Mayor this morning charged
with disorderly conduct. He was senr
to the city prison lor 5 days. -
. Several colored men, who were .de
inquent in paying the licence lax re
quired of them, were arraigned And
ddgment was suspended , upon their
pai ing the tax. . .... ,
North Carolina Sillc.
Maj. W. L. Young exhibited to us
this morning several specimens ot what
s known as India silk, rass, which
has been supposed to grow in certain
of the provinces of India, and from
which some of the finest and costliest
abrics are manufactured in that far off
country. The specimens shown us
were raised in North Carolina; yes,
right here in New Hanover county!
They will be sent to the State Exdo3'i-
ion, where undoubtedly they will at
ract much attention from those engaged
n the manufacture of silk fabrics.
Good materials properly porportioned
which are the essential requisites in
Ready mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using the N. Y. Enamel Paint
sold at Jacobi's Depot. : ' ' t
The Fourth Ward.
The Fourth Ward Democratic Club
met for the purpose of organization at
the City Court Room last night and
elected the following officer :
President W. P. Oldham.
Vice President John J. Fowler. .
Secretary and Treasurer James W.
Executive Committee Alrich Adrian
James Maddon, J. I. Macks, M. S.
Willard and W. A. Williams.
The Club then adjourned
oVlock on Friday night when
make further arrangements
The torchlight procession to-night,
gotten up under the auspices of the
Young Men's Progressive Democratic
Club, will form at the City Hall and
move promptly at 8 o'clock. The line
of march will be up Third street to
Chestnut, down Chestnut to Front,
down Front to the Purcell House, where
it will be joined by Gen. E. W. Moise,
of Sumter, S. C. The march will then
be continued down Front street to Cas
tle, up Castle to the corner of Seventh
street, where the speeches will be made.
The procession will be preceded by the
Cornet Concert Club, who will fur
nish music for the occasion. All Dem
ocrats, whether members, of the Club or
not,, are cordially invited to join in the
procession and participate in the pro
ceedings. It i3 desirable that all who
intend to join in the procession shall
beat the City Hall as early as 7:30
o'clock, in order that time may be bad
for making all necessary arrangements
for the march.
The Fortieth Annual Session of the
Eastern Baptist Association will be held
with the church at Polloksville. Jones
county, on Tuesday next, October 7th.
This association embraces the territory
of the following counties: New Han
over, Pender, Bladen, Sampson, Wayne,
Duplin, Onslow, Greene, ' Lenoir,
Craven, Carteret and J ones ; and is com
posed of the following churches with a
membership of about 6.000:
Antioch, Barlow Chapel,
Bethel,. Bethlehem, Beaufort,
Boy kin's Chapel. Caintuck,
Colvia's Creek, Concord,
Dobson's Chapel, Emma's
Enon, Fort Barnwell, Falling
Goldsboro, Hailsville, Haw Bluff,
Island Creek, Johnson's, Kenans-
ville. Lisbon, Long Creek, Magnolia,
Maple Hill, Mary's Chapel.
Masonboro. Moore's "Creek,
Morchead City, Mt. Calvary. Mt. Gil-
cad, Mt. Holly. MCrdliye., Npwbern.
New Hope, Olive Branch, Piney Grove
(Jones), Piney Grovo (Onslow), Piney
Grove (Sampson), Polloksville, Pop
lar Grove, Riley's Creek, Rose Hill.
Salem. Shilob. Snow Hill, Union,
Warsaw, Wells' Chapel, Wilmington,
A large number of delegates and vis
itors are expected to attend this meet
ing, and they can rest assured they
will b amply provided for hy our
Jones coqnty friends. One of the prin
cipal matters for discussion at this
meeting will be a division of the asso
ciation. The area of territory over
which the chnrchei artfspread is too ex
tended; it is 150 miles in a straight line
from' One end of the association to tho
other. and it is the opinion oi a isood
many of the members that a division
will be made as small assoc:5t!c5 tare
been more effective.
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V Blind Tom.
This musical wonder will appear at
the Opera House in this city to-morrow
(Thursday) evening and it is probable
that "lie will attract a large audience, up
stairs and down-stairs The box-shfet
? Qow open at HeinsbergerV where
smts may be secured.
Sr Exports Foreign.
Barque Gacter. Lossin, cleared to
day for Port-au-Prince, Hayti, with
182,409 feet of lumber and 73,450 shin
gles.'-j-valued .at $3,022, -shipped by
Messrs, Northrop & Cumming. Brig
Mary E. Thayer, Underhill, cleared for
Capo Hayticn. Hayti, with 175,670 feet
of lumber, valued at $3,190 84, shipped
by Messrs. J. II. Chadbourn & Co.,
making a total of exports foreign
amounting to $6,218.84.
A Wilniingtoiiian in New York
Our young friend Mr. .Benj. W.
Davis, ot this city, has located in New
York city as a general commission
merchant and dealer in produce, game,
&c. He refers by permission in the
card published io this issue to gome ol
the be3t house in the city. Mr. Davis
is a young gentleman of excellent busi
ne3S abilities and is -thoroughly relia
ble iu every way. He has our best
wishes for a success in his venturp.
lie publican Nominations.
At the Republican Convention at
Rockingham yesterday, Hon. O. H.
Dockery was nominated for Congress
and'R. M. Norment for Presidential
Elector. . The former was not oresent
at the Convention and there is a rumor
hat he will decline to run. It is no
matter and would not change the result
so tar as tho election is concerned
whether he runs or not. -Col. Dockery's
wa9 the only name mentioned before
he convention and he was nominated
The audience at the Opera House last
night, on the occasion of the presenta
tion here of the laughable drama of
Bertha Welby and her really good
company, was not by any means com
mensurate with cither the merits of the
piece or the manner in which it was
presented. It is to bo regretted that so
little appreciation has been shown this
company during the two nights they
Mr. Geo. W. Aiken, Press Agent for
John Robinson's circus, is in the city
. : A ! .
lo-aay ana paia us a visit mis lorenoon
The show will appear here on the 18th
Gen. E. W. Moise, ot Sumter, S. C,
arrived in the city this morning and
registered at the Purcell House. He
will address the Democracy of the city
to-night at the corner of Castle and
Seventh streets. We bad l he pleasure
of listening to a political speech made
by Gen. Moise at Florence, S. C, sev
eral years ago, and he is a fine, grace
ful and polished speaker and discusses
a subject with vigor and unanswerable
logic. We hope that a big crowd may
be present to-night to greet the distin
guished gentleman from our sister
State. ; " I
For durable coloring the walls of
rooms in beautiful tints, at little cost,
nothing equals the Mableike sold at
Jacobi's Depot. t
A Handsome Advertising Car.
One of the handsomest advertising
cars that has been seen in Wilmington
for a long time is that of John Robin
son's circus combination, which arriv"
ed here this morning in the charge of
Mr. Robinson's Press Agent, Mr. Geo.
W.Aiken. It was built in Jefferson
ville, Indiana, at a cost of $8,000. The
car is 65 teet long, 14 feet and one inch
high from the rail, and 9 feet wide, and
is braced with 8 feet-truss rods. It car
ries Wenty-ronr tons of advertising
paper, and has good comfortable bunks
for 22 men. In addition to this there is
a separate apartment used by Mr
Aiken, which is fixed up in a .very at
tractive style. In it he has his private
office and bis sleeping quarters, and no
one entering it can fail to be impressed
with its neat and inviting appearance.
The Mdes ot this apartmen or tne car
are adorned with handsome pictures,
white laoe curtains and like furnishings
contribute to enhance its attractiveness.
' Tho helmets and torches for the Noting
Men's Democratic Club have been re
ceived and many of them have been de
lirered daring the day by the Secretary,
Elr. E. F. Johnson I Those not deliv
ered wiil.be taken to the City Hall lo
night where those not already provided
ter may be supplied.
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Miss E. Karrer returned toj the city
last night after a two weeks' visit to the
Northern markets, whereshe purchased
extensively of new goods
The latest soundings at
the m.Milh of
the river give the following as the depth
at mean low water: Ba
d lead bar.
bar 10 feet 6
13 fect 6 inches; Western
Members of the Cornetj Concert Club
are requested to be at their band room
promptly at 7 o'clock this evening, in
fatigue caps, to be in readiness to take
part in the torchlight procession which
will take place to-night, j j
Capt. W. S. Norment, of! Robeson,
and Dayid S. Cowao,Esq., of Colum
bus, are tha regularly nominated can
didates for the Senate for tfio district
composed of those two cduntjes. They
were nominated at Ja Senatorial
Convention held at WjhilviUe last
Saturday and not simply endorsed
by the County Convent ion, as we un
Maj. Sted man;
Maj. Chas. M. Stedman, our candi
date for Lieutenant-Governor, spoke to
a large audience yesterday at Clinton
He is in the city to-day and will rest
here for a few days. On Monday he
goes to Tarboro where he wHl addres?,
on that day, by invitation, the Young
Men's Club in that town ndion Tues.
day there wilt be a joint "discussion
between himself and Judge j Faircioth
at Williamston. Maj. Stedman is
looking well notwithstanding the
fatigues of the canvass. i
Harbor Master's Report.
During the month ended September
30th.1884, the number and tonnage of
vessels arriving at this
American 4 steamers; 3,536 tons
barque, 312 tons; 2 brigs, 54f tons, and
9 schooners, 2398 tons, making a total
ot 16 vessels and 6,787 tons,
Foreign 3 barques,
brig, 363 tons, making
1,481 tons; 1
a total foreign
ot 4 vessels and 1,849
tons, and a
grand total of 20 vessels,
8,636 tons. . 1
Stedman at Chapel Hill.
A letter from Mr. Sol; CU Weil, to
his father, Mr. A. Weill J of this city,
and dated at Chapel Hill on the 28lh
inst., has this paragraph:
Maj. Stedman was here on last Ion
day night on his way j to Pittsboro.
While here I showed him evy atten
tion possible and he seemed to be
delighted with the same. The boys
came down after supper and call
ed on him for a speech and he
a a i It.
responded to' tne can m a
few flattering remarks:. Of all the
public men that have been here I have
never seen a more hearty jand -enthusiastic
reception given to auy one than the
boys gave the Major, lie went to
Pittsboro on Tuesday and Mr. Watson
sent lour of us down to hear him. Wc
heard him and Faircioth speak and in
the mildest language, the Major literal
ly walloped the Judge.
Just ICisrlit. I
Wrc hear of a'steady, stright forward,
sturdy old farmer, living on the Sound
who has been a subscriber lo' the New
York Sun for many years. Recently
he has become justly and completely
disgusted with the course pursued by
that paper in consequence of . which he
wrote a few days since to the proprie
tor substantially as follows:
Mr. jjana -i want you to stop my
paper as I don't want it any 'longer.
can't stand your d--n--d Butlerism."
To this emphatic repudiation of the
Sun and its course the writer ( affixed
his name and forwarded the better. A
funny phase of business wasin the fact
that the old gentleman neve ruses pro
fane language, only when yery deeply
aroused. I J - ' . .
ABEATirUL SET OF FANCY CAUD3
sent free to persons who have taken
Brown's Iron Bitters. Address Brown Chemi
cal Co., BalUmore, Md. j mwfCt
A VACANT LOT ON THE SOUTHWEST
XjL I .i
corner of Front and Orange streets. Apply
at 20G Front street
MISH IDA U BRANTLEY, FAMUONA
BLEDEBSSU aEEB. respectmily no'llies
her friends and the public ithat ;the has re
turned to the city: and will 1 pteased to re
ceive orders for work. Cref ul attention, rood
work and prompt delivery cuaraEteed in
every Instance. Eeidenc : Hast side of
Secotd street between Ann and Kun, No 309.
octllwk , I ,
flOMJB' AND , SEE OUE
BaGTS and Potatoes; arzired
on t dav's
Steamer' aC3 mutt tc coW.
Can' be seen at
DAVIS & 03
W will bt jf lid W coaanxlcxUoa
from our ricd oa x&j as.3 all fsotjfteu;
1. Sk asao ef tio wxiiex t zz 1 1 :vpts b
oaaaidool tte papcx. v . :i , i
PervnsI1fiegiTmtbe avoided :
And It la espeeUj and paxtJcularly
tood mat tho Editor does not arwars endoi a
tbe Tlewa of correspondent' cuaesji ad atata
la the editorial eohxauijv 3 "
S.. H. Trimble.
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STOCK "AKD ESTATE lEHOKER
txtnl AneUoneer of General Merchandise of
CTety descrlpUon. OOicn corner Princess and
Water etrcets. Cronly & MoitIah' old ataml.
Personal attention glTen to aale of horsea and
vchiclca at private sale or at aucUon. Con.
B'gnments sollclusd. SETU Yt. DAVIS,
sept 22 - , v , AucUoncer. ,
JQES LAHltEll UISKENDES BOTEN,
VETTKlt lN AMEUIKA.
NEW KAUNDEU ITOR THE YEAR 1SS3.
riico ic. , . 4
For sale by WM. OTER3SN, m
Dealer In FamUy Groceries,
octl 2t Corner I If tb and Market Ms.
FirstWard Democratic Club,
Yu AUK HEUEBV EARNESTLY RK
nested to moct to nleht at 7 SO o'eltwk. at iha
tity Hall, to takepait In the Torctllght Pro
cession nndcr tlie ausplccsot the Tounff Men'
i rogressive uemocraurt mult ot tlw Cltv ot
WiloilDKton. W..-II. STRAUSS, Pres't
Democrats Third Ward.
rOU ARE RKQUKSTKD TO MEET TO
JL ulRlit. at 7 SO o'clock, at the City Hall.
there to torm a Torchlteht Procession and at-
slst in carrying out the programme as pub
mncu in to-day's paper, 'umicr tho auspices ot
the Yonng Men's Progressive Democratic
Club By order of tho President.
JOHN D. TAYLOR.
E. G. Takmiee, Sect'y. . -oci 1
Benj. W. Davis,
(Formerly with W. E. Davis & Son, Wllmliijr'
ton.N.C ) . : '
214 Washington St. New Yokkv v
General Commission Merchant
JEALEU IN COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ap
ples, Game. Fish, Terrapins, Eggs and Chick
ens, lilgiiest market prices, and prompt re
turns guaranteed. A trial Is all I ask.
Rfr. b permission to E. K Burruss, Presi
dent FlretNatlonal Bank of Wilmington. N.C j
Aicssrrs u. u. Cliaubourn a Co., bleam saw
Mills: P. Jj. Brldircrs Jtroc. Groeera: P. Cure:
ming & Co., Grain and r eed dealers; Davis &
Son, Ice and Fish.
T Southern Produce a Specialty,
octl 6m . :J .,'n;i ?
BXHSTID TOM 1 .
MUSICAL PHENOMENON !
WILL GIVE - J
ONE COXCEBT, THDBSDAF, OCTOBER 2.
Admission 56 and 5 cents.
Reserved Seats now on eale at Helnsberget's
Bookstore without extra charge. Doors open
at7oVlock. Concert at 8 o'clock.
sept 27 4t r
Stores Tor Rent.
lirAKEHOUaE AND OFFICES
f V above now occupied by Messrs. j
ix. tionuson & co.
Store and olliccs above now occu
pied by A. Dumelandt.
Both on North Water et. ; between
and Chestnut. Apply to -
aug!3 Stir copy 3t DeROSSET A CO.
The Old North State Saloon.
XT AS BEEN TIIOUOUGIIL.Y ft
plenlehed. The services of Dick Vij-j
Hopkins have been secured and a urstelass Ilea
tan rant la now In full operation. Oysters scrv
cd in all styles. Fried Oysters sent out In boxes
made for that express purpose. Cool Beer
and the best of Liquors and Cigars.
Free lunch Irom 11 to 1
EeptSl J. If. McGOWAN.
SCHOOL BOOKS. -SCHOOL
QF EVERY KIND AND DESCRIPTION,
can be'found very cheap at r
Pianos and Organs,
gOLD FOE CASH OK ON THE EASY In
stalment plan, at
sept 0 Live Book and llnsle S torts.
SPLENDID LOT OF TOILET SOAP.
Q.OODWrX'3 COMP. SYBUP,
Hypophosphlleo with Lactates and Pepsin ,
which Is already being prescribed by onr
Physicians, and for which we are agents.
Munds Bros, DeRosset,
tept 18 - Wilmington, K. C.
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