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JOSH T.' JAMES,
ttttONS rOSTAGB PAID:
3CBSCS 5 ths, 3. Three
me oo; One month, 35 cents.
fW P4p part of the city, it the above
ta per "week. -
Mr 1" v ,
nr rauj u
mi i a-nA all foil. 1VOT VTTT
Lbacrlbers -r ;
, ..lve t" " ' - .
patty Pviw his the largest
rulation. of any newspaper
sde circulation, of any newspaper
ggnSryrady has formally with
in from Tammany Hall?
. Th York Herald say?, . cditori-
lhat "alttogethcr the outlook in
is not cheering for Blaine."
,.mPH passing the site of the
otfiboldi Btatne haue been requested
lute it by giving three .whistles, as
mJerof the monument's signifi-
Couot Moltke. accordinsr to a manu
f4.tnred story in the Paris Figaro, was
:,a m be fo weak that he had to be
.j w;th a spoon. A German paper, in to
fetam. says that Moltke is quite strong
enoagh to whip France once more.
In several ol the counties of England
thaeeutry have moyea successfully
jjainst the licensing ot liquor booths at it
torse race?, and tne runiseuers nave re-
Ulialiated by killing oil all the loxes, so
ihatthe soort Of hunting is spoiled. .
The Independent Republicans ot New
Jersey, in the address adopted by their
State executive committee, declare
j that the party "can only gain a renewal
of life and health and future usefulness"
by the defeat of Mr. Blaine
It i3 now settled tnat tne isritisn rar-
aament iato be asked at the next session
to rote an allowance to Prince Alber1
'Victor Christian Edward, eldest son ol
'the Prince of Wale3, of $50,000 a year.
iThe Radicals intend to organize a vig
orous opposition to the proposed grant.
Dispatches from Milwaukee report
the desertion of Blaine by the Hon.
William Young, the great wheat com
mi33ion merchant, and Judge Butt, the
Republican candidate for Congress in
the Seventh District two yeara ago.
The influence of such men as these.
who both support Cleveland, will be
gre&t. - ,
: Christkn Morelein, a wealthy brew-
ir, and the moat influential German in
Cincinnati, has declared for Cleveland.
' He supported the Republican ticket la? t
itlL It is announced that all the lead
ing brewers in Cincinnati, nineteen in
Bomber, have decided to support
m . ........ . . I
lammany is at its oia triCKS again
ujs making a courbination witn tne
Dipe managers to swap vows m iuo
city election. The New York Herald
editorially calls upon -Democrats and j
Republicans alike to hold a mass nieet-
- MUM UIULIjOU UAUIlllilV S.XU WW&AASVW m M
such corrupt men
the eity affairs.
to gain control ot
The Democrats of .the Secund Dis-
pki of Wisconsin nominated Gen. E
Bragg for Congress on the 150th
allot. He was the "dark horse," and
as not put up until several aspirants
M exhausted themselves. Gen. Bragg
i the gentleman who gave Tammany
all a severe excoriation in the Dem
atic National Convention.
A LonH infto. ca f ATi fjiari-
f one's recent political tour, that he has
2am given, in delivering three speech-
to enormous audiences, two of them
Bfarly two hours long each, extraordi
ary eyidence of his undiminished
sicaland intellectual force as well
s of the quality of his voice, not ess
Cfar and sonorous now than fifty years
iJohn C. Eno''the fugitive from
Vrican iasticc. is making himself
portable in Canada. He has leased
e residence of R.R.Dobell. a wealthy
Sherman, whn u mln hometoEnz.
The house is surrounded by ten J
Ti of beautifully laid-out grounds, I
ta 18 considered one of the finest rest!
s near Quebec. He pays a rent of
a marriage in
ncotnte Flearv and Mile. Deslandes is
ComPared to .the reconciliation ot the
Montagues and the Capulets The
fjls Napoleon's most confidential ad-
tler, while the' bride is the grand- j
caaghter of Catalini. the celebrated
lu?2er, who was noted for her intense I
Htredof Naooleon In 1806 aha fled I
Paris in the night time to avoid a I
pmand to sing in opera for Nape-1
a. . I
llate aVth rwS'l
fad taken nnM ti cmiA Ttinm . T.lrBin.
1 d next morning I was hoarse I
t. J . ' " U1U1U1UX
r uT - UI' oowie oi ur. rtnu s
13. yniP fixed me op. and
Wleafor next time." U
0ow is thaUraito cItq Smith's Worm
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LivUAJj 11 Ei YV O.
INDEX TO NEW ADYERTIXEH EITt.
C W Yates School BAot .
Hetjssbekqer School Books '
,W H-Strauss, Pres't Notice " "
S U Manning, Sheriff Tax Notice
Attention Democrats Second Ward
A 3 DeRosset, Com'r Partition Sale
A JDeEosskt, Com'r Partition Sale
E G Blair Housekeepers, Attention
Munds Buos. & DeRosset By Steamer
F C -Miller Friends ana Fellow-Citizens
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StepXadders, all lengths, at Jacobi's
The St. Jame3 Homo School will
open on the 9th inst.
The receipts of cotton at this
- day foot up 1,383 bales.
Ger. barque Lydia Pescww.'.Bremers.
sailed from Glasgow on tha 29th inst.,
for this port. .
It was an ite cool this morning but
soon became warm again under the
influence of the sun's rays.
The Young Men's Progressive Club
have a very important meeting in the
City Court Room this evening.
A meeting of the Democrats of the
Second Ward, for reorganization, will
be held in the Court House this even
There will be a total
eclipse of the
moan to-morrow afternoon, commenc-
mg t about half-past 2 o'clock. It
will be nartiallv visible here.
Let him who regrets the loss of time
make proper use of that - which is to
come in the iuture, and straightway
have a suit of clothes made by Dyer &
There have been indications that a
change of weather was about to take
place, but thus far it has only resulted
in appearances. It is the same dry
Prof Catlett's Cape Fear Academy
opuned on the 1st inst. There were
5G pupils in attendance, which nam
ber will probably be increased by
the beginning of next week.
There was one'ease before the May
or this morning for refusing to pay the
required license tax for retailing liquor.
He was found guilty and required to
pay a flue of $25, the extent of the law.
Good materials Droperlv Doroortioned
which are the essential reanisites in
mixed paintscarrbe best attain
d b uain the N ,Y Enamel Paint
ftol(1 t t . nor.,s Dn,
oee advertisement ot sa.c, by Messrs,
1 Cronly & Morris, of valuable real
estate in this city, l he property is
located on the South side of Market
street, between Second and Third, and
is among the most valuable in the city.
The eclipse to-morrow afternoon be
gins, according to Turner's Almanac
at I mmuie pasi o ciogk, ana enas ai
35 minutes past 6 We hope it will not
be visible here for we would rather
have a gooa nara ram man an eciipse.
n;a.rAfirr.Atn roirir, if von
want to vote ai tne coming eiecuoo, auu
it would be well to be prepared to tel
exactly upon what block and lot you
live, as the registrar has the right, un
der the law, to demand that such shal
The remains of the late Capt, R.
S. Radchiffe -arrived here this morning
on the Carolina Central train and were
I int.prrpd this afternoon in Oakdale
Cemetery.. They were escorted to the
grave.by the Masonic Jdge ol which
fe was a naemnerana aeiega es irom
the various otner orgau.uouS
which he was als0la member.
At noon to-!ay 42. persons had regis-
tered in the third division of the first
warti. TlTese include the white and
colored Toters and as the Ward is over
whelmingly Republican, it is safe to
say that a large majority of those reg
istered were colored.
Death of Mr. LeGwin.
Mr. John F. LeGwin, a venerable
and highly esteemed citizen ot this
place, and father of Mr. John J. Ie-
G win and Mr. Lott M. LeGwin, died At
his residence in this city yesterday of
congestive malarial fever. He was
native of Topsail Sound but had resided
in this city ever since 1859. He was
r11iLnt Confederate soldier, having
been a member of Capt. Bunting'a bat-
tery of light-arUliery. The remains
Ln 5foyroH thin flirnnnn in Rellevne
rLmeierv . " ?
tKfyt that first onalitv shirts are
beiss raads to order tX oao dollar at tho
Wilnintcn Ohirt Factcry, r :? ;ti.
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W ILMINGTON; N. C., FRI DAY. OCTOBER 3,
Exports Foreign. ;
.The exports foreign from this
during the month ended Sent;
884, were as follows: " - ' '
; Spirits 'turpentine. 334.238
valued at $113,133; 121628 barrels rosin,
$14,196; 10 barrels tar, $27; 5 barrels
pitch, $10; 1.063:000 leel fumberj $15.s
331, and 170.000 shingles. $899; making
a total value of exports foreign for the
month amounting to $143,590. j
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The following, which we clip from
heChadbourn. Times, tells the thing
exactly and as such has out warm
The Wilmington. Columbia! and
Augusta Railroad, part of the Atlantic
Coast Line, is certainly in a fine con
dition. Tne road bed has beer ereatlv
mproved and the work Jn that direc
tion still goes on. For convenience.
comtort. quicK and safe travel, polite
and attentiue conductors, and general
management the road will not tall be
hind any other. It is well officered by
men whose thorough and practical
knowledge peculiarly fits them for lha
positions they occupy. Tho authorities
are to be congratulated on their success.
A Wilmington Boy.
We are gratified to learn that
our former citizen, Mr. Frank Mj Fre
mont, who left here more than a year
ago in the service of the Pitch Pine
Manufacturing Co., of Savannah, is
now located in the ''Gate City." Atlan
ta, Ga., where he is agent in charge of
he Gate City Planing Mills and Lum:
ber Company, now owned by Messrs.
D.C. Bacon & Co., of Savannah, which
s said to be the largest lumber concern
in the State of Georgia. Blood, I and
Wilmington blood especially, will tell
in the long run.
The Republicans of Pender county
met in Convention at.the Court House
at Burgaw yesterday, and the meeting
was called to order by A. V. Horrell,
Chairman of the County Executive
Committee. The regular committees
were appointed and Mr. Horrell! was
made permanent Chairman.
A county ticket was then nominated.
Representative H. Lloyd. .
Register of heeds A. E. Taylor
Coroner S. B. Costin.
Surveyor C. M. Taylor.
The Convention endorsed E. M.
Johnson. Independent candidate: for
Sheriff. The delegates to tho Senato
rial Convention, when called, were A.
V. Horrell and AGamberg. The dif-
ferenttownship3 were all represented
and the meeting was haimonious.
Tlio Cornet Club.
We see by the Wednesday evening
edition of the News and Observer, that
the bands at the Exposition, among
which the band of-Wilmington was
mentioned, were very fine, and that
their appearance was noticeable, j As
the band (the Cornet Concert Club) of
thisr city did not attend, there must have
been some mistake.
In this connection it is proper to state
what should have been said before
that the music lurnished by the Club
for the torchlight procession and parade
on Wednesday night was very fine
The members have made decided pro
ficiency within the last few 'months,
and are determined to maintain their
position as the best musical organiza
tion in the Statsv They have secured
several new instruments, among which
is a splendid snare (noi kettle), drum
Other instruments have been thorough
ly overhauled and repaired, and. all are
in first rate trim to discourse excellent
music- ' ' .
Death of Mr. Osborn.
Mr. Minott E. Osborn, one of Jhe
largest stockholders in the New Hav
en (Conn..) Reqisier, and a gentleman
quite well known in this city, - died at
hia home in New Haven on the 1st
inst., aged 42 years. Mr., Osborn has
passed several Winters in this city
and it was during his visit here las
7ear that we had the good fortune to
form his acquaintance. He was a gen
tleman of rare attainments, affable and
courteous In his association, with others
with excellent conversational powers
and a genial, kindly manner which en
deared him to all. He bad been m
failing health for several yean?,-but his
final and iatal attack was paralysis o
the brain. He leaves a wife and three
children, besides a host - of friends to
sorrow at his death. In the full prime
of man hoed and in a career of. grea
influence and usefulness the dread
summons came and he had to obey the
mandate. ;'- ::.
? For durable ; coloring the wails p
rooms in beautiful tints, at llttla cost
nothing equals tha Mabixixe sold a
Messrs. Atkinson & Manning have
removed their .insurance rooms from
over the NW Hanover Bank to the
rooms on North Water street recently
ccupied by Messrs. DeRosset & Co.,
ihe latter firm having removed to the
building occupied by Mr. W. H. Mc-Rary.
Such is the name of tho play which
will be presented at the .Operai House
next Wednesday night, by the well and
favorably known Mr. Frank Mayo in
the title role, supborted by a first rate
company. The play is excellent; the
plot varied and, intensely interesting
and such as will delight a Wilmington
J. G. W llson, is the author of the play.
which is dramatized from tho popular
novel of Vinetta.
A Curious Tree.
Mr. W. W. Shepherd brought to our
office this morning a rare and beautiful
curiosity. It was a twig taken. from a
Chinaberry tree, the leaves of which
were of a Very light and bright straw
color. It came from Still Bluff, on
Black river, in Pender cbuntv. where
he tree grew and when it now is, in a
flourishing condition, with all its
eaves and berries of the same bright
olor we have described. The ; tree is
hrifty and is now about 18 inches in
diameter in its largest part, and, what
is remarkably singular, its annual
growth of leaves and fruitage has al
ways been of the color. In all other
respects the tree is entirely normal.
Mr. O. P. Myers, who manages the
excursion business for Robinson's Cir
cus, is in the city attending to that de
partment of the business.
Rev. Dr. Pritchard arrived in the
city last night from Point Caswell and
Moore's Creek, where he has been
preaching tor the last week.
Mr. A. A. McLean, Chief of the letter
carriers' department at the postoffice in
this city, left here this morning for a
short visit to New York.
Mrs. S. G. Hall and daughter, after
an absence of several weeks, which they
passed mainly at Salem, Forsyth coun
ty, returned to the city last night.
Mr. Greer Kidder has returned to
the city from South America, for
which part ot the world ho sailed from
this city last bpring. He came to
oruusvYius, viu.., uu a sailing vusaei
and irom that port to this city overland.
his citv overland.
What's the difference between the
lower part oi me leg ana a comet f une s
shin and bone and the other's been and
shone. What's the difference between
a sound shin and a bruised shin ? St
Jacobs Oil. It cures.
H. M. Foard, of this city, has in
his possession a writing desk which was
the prpperty of the late Peter S. Ney
popularly supposed to have Ijeen the re
nowned Marshal Ney, of France. Peter
S. Ney came to this country in 1816,
and died in the laster part of 1816, at
the residence of Mr. O. G. Foard, at
Rowan Mills, Rowan county, where be
had been employed for several years as
a teacher. The writing desk is of ma
hogany and. must have been a very
nice piece 01 iurnuure wnen it was
new, but it has become somewhat de
faced and worn by time and rough.
usage. There was a comb-and pocket
knife, which were also the property of
Mr. Ney. Before be died the deceased
told Mr. Foard that the desk contained
his real history, and when it was open
ed. after his decease, Mr. Foard found
a large amount of manuscript French
shorthand. This was turned over to a
gentleman irom New York to construe,
but. unfortunately, for a number
lncr nJffhf. f Tt arlll Ka
J . . . ... . .
remembered Dy those laminar witn
intrepid Marshal Ney was sentenced to
De snoc, was iea to execuuon ana io an
outward appearances was shot to death
witn musketry, aitnougn - mere are
those who have always contended that
the execution was a sham ; that the
executioners were in reality his friends ;
that the muskets were loaded with
blank cartridges, and that the doomed
marshal was not injured, out was
spirited away to a place of concealment
and afterwards assisted to emigrate to
this country, and that Peter S, Ney
was in reality the tamed field marshal
of Franee. whose exploits on many a
hard-fought battle-ground filled the
civilized world with wonder and ad
miration. Mr. Foard will forward the
relics to the; State Exposition at
Raleigh. .... :.: : - - i- . TA
everv llanseKeeoer t & r roou
suostaniioi cook, siove is an important
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SET OF FANCY CARDS
persons who have taken
xjl sent free' to
Urown'a Iron Bitters. Address Brown Chcml
cal Co., Baltimore, Md. , ra 1 6t
Democrats Second jWard.
THERE WILL BE A MEETINGS lOF THE
Uemocratsof the cc3nd Ward, for the
purpose ot reorginlzmg tho Ward Club, at
the Court Ho sc, rrlday Evening. aiS o'clock.
A full attendance of the Voters of the Ward
Lsdealred. , JOIIN W. DUNHAM,
oct 3 It i President.
11HERK WILL BE A MEETING;! OT TIIE
. YOUNG MEN'S PROGRESSIVE DEMO
CttATIC CLUB, at the City Cofert Room,
TO NJGOT, October 3d, at 8 o'clock. A full
attend ince la desired. Ji
W. II. STRAUSS, Prcs't
K. F. JoiIKSON.Sccfy. : octS It "
Housekeepers, Attention !
JUST TUY E. G. BLAIR AND SEE HOW
much you can save by bujing jour Groceries
V- ; ' I
from him. A dollar saved is a dollar made.
oct 3 No. 19 North Second St
OR TIIE PURPOSE OP COLLECTING
tne State and County Taxes for 1SSI, I will be
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at the Voting Places la the TowrsUlps on the
following days: . f -
Federal PoInt Saturday, October 25th
Masonboro, Monday, October i7ih
Harrett, Tuesday, October 2 Situ
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Cape Fear, Wednesday, October; 29th
Prompt payment 13 requested. H
v b. II. MANNING,
oct S It ; Sheriff New Hanover Co
M. CRONLY, Auctioneer.
BY CRONLY & MORRIsL
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Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF TIIE
arperior Court et New Ilamvcr county, In a
cause there pending before the Clerk, between
James c. munas ana wire Jfiiza a. Munds
Mary C. Lor, Wm. L. DeRosset. Jr.. and
others, plaintiffs, and Frederick J.TLord, Ar
manad. ucuossec. donn it. xxnaon. ana otti
ers. defendants, I as Commissioner under said
decree, will offer for sale to the ulchest bid
der, at the Court House door In the city of
Wilmington, at 12 o'clock, on Wednesday, the
5th day ot November, 1884, all that I6t of liod
situate in said city, beginnlog la jtha South
line of Market street, 70 feet Kast ls$m Its 1p
tersection with Eastern line of Second street
and running thence East with Market street
48 feet, then South parallel with Second street
30 feet to a brick wail, thenco West with said
QT foftf anil Irtn.hoa tr a Vivlilr 'HwllHfnf
Wan it icci. huvum uuu'u v i u. aduu wail
thence with tho line of eald buUdlcg East i
feet, thence South with the Eastern line of
said building 23 feet and 7 inches, thence West
with the Southern line of said building 3 feet
and 7 Inches to a wall, thence South with said
wall and the west line of another brick burn
ing 16 feet and 9 inches to a stone wall, thenco
weftwiin saia scone wan o iectiana tnccce
North parallel with Second street 198 feet to
beirinninir. belne rart of Lots Nosi 1. 2and3
I In Block 153. bald lot will be d:
divided by a
straizht line running from North: to South.
and sold In two separate parcels ; the West lot
or parcel having a front of 23 feet on Market
8trcet and running back ihe same' width 19?,
I and the Kast lot having a front of 25 feet cn
Market and running 19S feet, bcinz 22 feet
wide on its back line.
Plat of saul lot can be seen atcnice of Cronly
Terms of Sale One fourth of i purchase
money to be paid In cash, balance in three
I spectlvcly from day of sale, purchaser to rive
itnnal Inefo Imnnti In A R o rwi 11 i mMitht rt.
notes for deferred payments drawing Interest
from day of sale at rate or eigne per cent.
A. J. DE&USS&T.
oct 3 6t oct 3, 10, 17, U xoy 3, 4
HI. CBONLiY, Auctioneer.
BY CRONLY & MORRIS.
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Y VIRTUE AND IN PURSUANCE OE A
decree of the Superior Court of Iew Hanover
county, in a certain ex parte special proceed
ing there pending, wherein Frederick J. Lord,
Armand j. ueuossct, wuuamit j-exioseet,
and others are the cetltloners. I. as Com mis
sioner under said decree, will offer for sale to
the highest bidder, at the court House door.
lnthecltr of Wllmioeton. at 12 o'clock, on
Wednesday, tne bin aay ot jnovemuer, iom, a
lot of Land situate in said city, beginning in
the West line ot a private alley, which opens
Into South side of Market street between sec
ond and Third streets, at a point VJ6 feet South
irom Intersection or said line ox said aiie
with Market street, and runolnsr thence Sout
with said line of said alley 17 feet, thence West
parallel with Market street 88 feet, 7 Inches,
thence North parallel with tfeond street 17
I street vs feet, 7 inches m beginning, being a
and thence ast parallel witn uarsei
oftsnetoi t purchase
I monev to be xald In cash. balae in three
eaual Instalments, in 4. S and 12 month, re
I spectlvely. from day of saie, purchasers to
symenui urawmit ia
i at rate of elsrhtper
cent. a. j. UEBuastr,
0ct 3 6t oct 3, 10, 17, 24, nor 3,4
" HEREBY ANNOUSCE MYSELF A CAN
didsta far the 'flee of Sheriff of render couc-
tv. If elected I will pledge myself to dUcharge
the duties or tne omce zaimiuuy, wunous re-
card toparty or party organization.
Sept IS UaW Xm J. Ml.
Stores for Kent.
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICES
above bow joeKopied by Messrs.
H. Johnson & Co. - - H
Store and onlces above now occn
tIcl iiT A. Dnmelandt.-
Botk on North Water st. ; between rnuttM
I ana cnestnus. Appiy to -
asg 13 StV copy 3t DSOSSLT 4 CO.
When the Fall Wind
1 1 w w i f v-
vtt 1-1 w , T itwn A vm
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-i m w. itAvnnrtrtiM- hit ira l'.nr w.
Baskets and untcs m imi set. as ror neat
S Stoves, we Lave thert from a i
rUUA ?Oi -wi ...
W wui b ffri ta rccerra oomr.Tir.ir.atlca
rxca ocz fxlssdi ca any axl. ill ;t!;j:ct3;
ESacrxllatexest but -
Tlia Eiffie of t&o writer must always b
CoramnTilcatlona am tx wrlta c ca
one aided the piper. v
PtraoRaritfea must be avoided ' .
Axl It is especially and partJctUarij tide
tood that the Editor does sot always endoi
tbo views of corrtspcBdexits nslCAs ac eUU
In th editorial cohuaia. ; --
S HI Trimble,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER
and Atxetlonecr of General UcrrhATirifSA tt
every description. Oflion corner Princess and
ater streets. Cronly & Morrlaa old etand.
rerf onal attention riven to sale of howea ami .
vchlrlca at private sale or at anc.tion. tmn.
s!gnmenta solicited, SETH IV. DAVIS.
septM v " Auctioneer.
Fo r Rent r i
VACANT LOT OH TI1G SOUTHWEST
corner of Front and Orange streets, 1 Apply
at 2CG Froct street . J.
octj. St - , ; .
AND SEE OUR APPLK9, CABj
BAG K 8 and t Potatoes ; arrlvod
on t day'a
Steamer and mint tc told. Can be sden at
our Fish Msrkct.
DAVIS A SON
; Dress Making. ,
MIS3 IDA L. BRANTLEY, FASIIIONA
her friends and the public that she has re
turned to the city and will b-i pleased to re
ceive orders for woik. Caieful attention, ood
woik and prompt delivery crnamciced In
every instance. Residence: feast sldo ot
Second street between Ann and Nun, Mo. SC9.
oct 1 Iwk
The Old North State Saloon
XT AS THIS DAY RECEIVED N
a lot ot those celebrated HORNE'S
GARDEN QYSTKR. They are kept, on Ice
and are warranted the finest oyster brought
to this market. Call and try them. Cool
Beer and the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars
always on hand. .
oct 2 J. M. McGOWAN,
yiS KEEP A LARGE SUPrLY OF
SCHOOL BOOKS used by the TUBLIC AND
PRIVATE SCHOOLS of th city and through.
out North Carolina, which we offer to tho pub
lic at the LOWEST POSSIB K PRICES.
SOS" School Supplies of all kinds.
C. W. YATES,
sept 29 110 Markett, Wilmington, N C
rjlVVO STORES IN ONE AND GROCERIES
and Liquors as cheap as the cheapest and
cheaper than ever. ; , ':. - r ;
I have removed my uptown stock to the
store corner of Princess and Water streets,
(Mr.IL Loeb'a oI stand) where I will bo
pleased to see and serve my friends. I will
keep constantly supplied with tha NICEST
and ruE&u&sx uuuus. : .
. x L. G. CHKBUY.
Consignments' of country produce solic
ited snd prompt returns guaranteed oct 2
MOUNTAIN BEEP !
CAR LOAD OF VERY FINE MOUN-
TAIN CATTLE just received. It Is conced
cd to be the finest lot on this market in Ave
yeats. Will be found every day during' the
next two weeks at my Stalls, Front 8lrcct
Also, FINE WESTERN MU1TON AMD
VEAL. . GEO, F. TILLEY,
sept 26 lw Stall 6, New Market.
Benj. W. Davis,
(Formerly with W. E. Davis & Son, WlUnlng.
ton, a. a.)
214 Washington St. New York,
General Commission Merchant
-J-JEALER IN COUNTRY PRODUCE. Ap
ples, Game. FUh, Terrapins, Eggs and Chick
ens. Highest market prices, and prompt re
turns guaranteed. A trial is all I ask.
Refer bv permission to E. R-Burmss. Presi
dent Flret National Bask of Wilmington, N.C.;
jjicbetts j . ii. unaaoourn a uo., bieam caw
Mlus P. L. Brldgers &!Oo., Grocers; P. Cuxn
mlng & Co., Grain and Feed dealers; Davis A
Son, Ice and Fish.
mut southern Produce a Specialty. -oct
SCHOOL BOOKS. -SCHOOL
QF EVERY KIND AND DESCRIPTION,
can be found very cheap at -
Pianos and Organs,
gOLD FOB CASH OR ON THE EASY IV.
stalment plan, at ?v:
sept 29 Live Book and Music Stcrt s.
SPLENDID LOT OF TOILET SOAP;
13 CAKES FOK35CTS. "
Q.OC'DWTS'S COMP. 8YEUP,
llTpophospidleSi witn Lactates and Per tin ,
Wilch Is already belcg prescribed by enr
Fh jtlclans, and for which we are atair.
Munds-Bros. & DoRocsot,
.i::ti3 v : : c.