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VOX. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C.. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1884. NO. 246
,t Daily Iteview lias the largest
. 1 - TT7V7 lt 43J
nigh is in New York,
d, but still mentally ill.
The Latest. -
(Special to 1AILT REVIEW.)
Jolumbcs, O., Oct. 15, 1881. Up to
Maj. Stcdmau in Norfolk.
Maj. C. M. Sled man was in Norfolk
last Monday and was interviewed
i. t .
name, as it
and truly "Cincin
At 11.15 o'clock last night the one-
story frame dwelling on Market street.
uclween Anineemn ana j? ourtcenth. 2 oV.Wfc r i, there bv th nnrn.nrionf Ktt i
uW rtuuuuup.eu oy uonn worray, becn: received from 43 counties in teraburg Index-Appeal ami the corns.
w,viW, nuauisLUYeremo OQ on DfO. OMn. innlnrlin,, Mm;i( .T,nm:JDOndentthn9 wrifP, fM. non.r-
. I rr i i . . I .. a . uj itiua , au f 1 1 1 tL t i . .... " rf f tj-w -
i ne aiarm was immediately given and net Republican gain of 12 624. Oat of j Maj. Chas. M. Stednian, Democratic
oTlhruurii is showing a letter
..jnvo: froai an agent in Bar-!
the firemen were DromDtlv on hand. Li'c.: . candidate lor Lieutenant-
" - i w i ulimk v fr- i . ( rit'Ti w- i r-r-im i fra v i .
but owiag to the headway which had al-J RDnM;A.n iA oj - r the Isorth Carolina ticket, spent Sun
iJn u, .J i!i 'M RwWican tnd-24 Democratic major- day in this city and talked freelv u
VU U,8UD u lue uaraes itios i in 188D. Cuvahoa. Lucas and vourcorresDondP.ntnhr,nhhpnvoca n
tli at the tremendous
recent press telegram
in which it was said
. . A imnr.l in?
. I B . I illt.'V" " CT
faraino were at-
h . rip Gover4raont, had dispatched a
:-i --arvito America 10 kui iivc
. Mr.iBarnuni refuses to ad
house w3 entirely destroyed.
. . . -. . i i Arn.rMMA
uu.Auuig was insula ;or io in me ha.ri fV m,, a r, iowic ioj ret
tr:::. it T - " VI""-, ,.c,calCu fm . Wah nfftnn
virgiuiiL xxome ins. o., representeaf ln the Tenth, and Camnhcll ff)n1 h Uum. J". Z":!! .
- r v - luuv i. xuia., nv(iuuuta;i cauuumie
tor uovernor, was gaining ground
and that the Republicans had slroni?
napes or carrying ue state. The Jh
in this eitv . hv Mrsum. Atti
, ... ;VnHn-aftT nW.a - . " r e.uKieu in me intra iisinct.
to io f w..w. - v. Manningr The orgm of the fire is
tithefnte.eiephant go; and uckoown .
At 12 .30 o'clock, this
During the excitement attending the ITc tw8 Eentiment in toto He
: . . - , J says that General Scales has made a
-irihat itis al
mo urenien nau reiurnea irom tne ' "eisuu jsiteei, laab uigu some (iDe impression on the white peeplo of
are on Martet street, the alarm was scamp oroKe into ma nen coop ot Mr. the Mate whereeyer he has been and
again given in consequence of the dis- G. Craig, on McRae street, between Dr York ha3 utterly failed to
Cape Race, -New- " lUBSlu u ir- V t r - u V,, V. white people. He said in the most em
During thp 6uscua urown. on Auaerson aca 'cus uui, uwn ..i uhkcu. Ab pbatic terms that ther? was no sort of
I Uiltnii T'U. U., : 1 . : u I tnitrt hlv vwr-1 1 nnn6ratnni fi rf- r Vi o t f Kara I iinn Kf I lo r ?Jnpl h ""o .-! I r.n t.i)1
a hnnJsome Democratic majoniy and
Tickets only 85. Shares5.!, pro-
Louisiana State Lottery
f -.ii.saJ. 31 iost., says
hjtnreetJay? 'over 90 laisro icebergs
bvsb-en'ilri veti .past this point, be
uaa i.'.num'H'ablo quantity of small-
ffrp'o is over six
foGll easily be
Ope huge ice island now
I - . 1 - 1
mues long, ana
mistaken for land dar-
irUek. foirsiiweather. These Arctic
itfbbcksall lie in the direct track ot
Vfss passing from the Gulf 'ot St
hxrer.w by the Southern 3horeof this
nearly all its contents, was entirely des- w no use iq trying to raise poultry in
troyed, as were also an adjacent 'frame the. Eastern section of this city
dwelling, owned and occupiedjby Wmf
in Obio business man who has been
zh the South says :
-ilisssiippi aoJ Alabima ar3 covered
fi'ii mortgagesj from ono end to the
oilier, uml they are both practically
owed by the merchants of New Or-
Howard, colored, and a small frame
building used by colored people as a
class room and church. There was in-
snrant nn Mr. lirnwn a &tor nmiuincr
- : o
for $150, on lurniture and fixtures 50,
and on slock $300. all in the Lancashire
Insurance Co., represented by Messrs
Lwiiosset s Northrop : and insurance
on Howard's house lor $200 in the N.
C Home, represented by Messrs At
kinson & Manning.' The origin of the
fire is unknown.
The political addrf S3 by Col. I). K.
McRae, which was announced for ton
night, has been postponed on account
of the coolness ot the weather. It will
be given, however, in the course of a
few dayp, or when the weather ha?
that none of the honest Republicans in
the State pretended to claim the
Stale. 'Why. we could carry the
State without anv organization
whatever," said the Major, "and our
party is well organized in the State."
He is satisfied that the Democrats will
carry every district in the Stat, ex
rept the second ( 4tho black district.")
i uecinvass has ben an active one.
ar.d the Democrats have their full lorc:s
WdoKenly certify that ice supervise IZt
arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi
Annual Draxcings of The Louisiana Stoic Lot
tery Cmpmy, aad in person nonage- crui ccr
trol tht DrazDinigi themselves and ttitit the
'ante urt conducted Kiik honesty , fairness, Gr.d
it good faith tovsard ail parties, and tce aitihcr
izt the Company to use this certificate, ttiih fac
similes of our signatures attached, iniis adttr
At about 0:15 o clock tni3 morning
Uins Tim r,!an!ftr3 of thosa States
bve'a cusioai of mortgaging their A was discovered in Mr. A. Y. Wil
crops belore they are grown. The
crops iail, and they secure their notes
by a mortgage on their plantation.
Tbey srow deeper and deeper in debt,
sad the result ii that their estates have
fallen into the hands of their New Or-
leitn brokers. Land is very cheap in
Alabama and Mississippi now. Some
&kh limbered properly can b9 gotteu
fcslnw as 50 writs an acre."
Mr. 6. Cbi'ld, Manager of the West-
tod Bin Com oan v. Auckland. New
mna, writes; to the Daily Herald of
auciry: vve nave much pleasure in
toK testimony to the efficacv ot St.
Jacobs Oil. Its success has been par
tiealarly marked in cases of lameness
a our stables, lor man and beast it is
tie greatest pain-cure ever " discover
son's saw mill, in the Southern section
of the city. The alarm was given at
once and the tired firemen, who had
already been at two fires during the
night, were quickly on the ground and
hard at work; but the flames had
worked in earnestupon the combustible
material and the mill, together with a
large portion of the lumber, wa3 de
stroyed. There was insurance upon
the mill amounting to $10,000, and up
on the lumber $5,000, aggregating ous
$15,000, distributed among tho follow
ing companies. Mill Liverpool &
London & Globe $2,000; Niagara, $1.
000, .both companies represented
by Messrs. John W. Gordon
& Smith; Royal $2,5C0, West
ir. iUn I'.l.l I' . r .1
moderated, and due notice will be civeh ' 1 "uo ,iCJ" ,l'"u niuo "VV M,,suin
llOVn. Anil Ri'fl novo molrmrr r.n n
ot the time and place so that there may average. hout twenty-live speeches a
be a lust turnout to bear the eloquent day. 1 he major wa indignant at the
sneaker repori inat taw liepuolicans woun use
' I 1 . L L ( i
a larzc umouui oi numev in mtt . otau;,
Personal. and says a half million of dollars would
, . . c t u t change the result, 'as the colored
We are sorry to hear that Mr. John b . a.r voting th Rrsnnbliean
A. Corbett is quite sick at his home ticket, and as for the white3 they are
here but trust to hear of his improve- not for sale. As to the majority the
mentsoon. ?.tat & the Democratic
iiickht. inR nnmrnin nnr. litre r.n mrp.
Col.S. L. Fremont left here this cast, as that will depend on the tact of
morning lor Newbern, N. C. where he mustering ont the full force. But he
will report to Gen. Robert Ransom and f"0 hesitation m saying that there
; . in
Iavrroratl ln ISteS lor i5 yctra hy' Uie Lc
lature for Educations! r.i Chart table
POssg yrua a casual of yl,oX',fcU tr tvintf.-i n
"bssrv-e rmJ of over ?650,000 bas ulnce befr;
.t3tttuttoTi a.1opttj lecetnber 2d. A. .. i
Vie orJy Lottery ever voted on aid eiidorscd
$ ? people of any sate.
Ii never scalzs or postpone.
Jt3 Grand Slnele Number Pra wines takl
A. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN
FORTUNE. Eleventh Grand Drawing, Class L.,
m the Academy of. Music, at New urtean?.
Tuesday, November 11, lSSi174ih Mouthly
Drawing. - j
Capital Prize. S75.0Q0.
100,000 Tickets at FivelDol-
lars Kach. Fractions in Fir tli
in proportion. j
U3T OF PRIZ1C3. I
land andxScalns. and Rennblioans who
otneer on some oi tne uovernmcnt lm- exDect anvUhincr ela will be sadlv dis
Drovement works in that section. Uol. appointed Gen. bcale3 is much mi
Fremont's triends would! have been Proved add is actively engaged in the
. i . 1 .... 1 j . , 1 canvass.
giaa 10 near mat ne nau- Deen assigneu
to some of the work on the Cape, Fear.
Delays are danger-
N ACCOUNT OF THE COLDNESS OF
IB 2 EX TO RSW ADYS3T12EA3EET2.
Louisiana St'tte Lottery
peaking and Oyster Eoast
C W Yates vcciool Booas
Hesseeugek Latest Novels
WEST-Flret of the Season
Posrro.XED Cot McKao'a epcech
Giles 4 Mlrciiisox Brass Fire Dogs
H$ WiLLARo. Sect'y Cen. Dem. Com
lights and Ladieg of Honor Local ad
S D Hall, Mabr Flreworts Forbidden
K Miller Friend3 and Fellow-Citizens
Register- Register!! Register!!!
atl lengths, at Jacobi's
receipts of cotton at this port to
dlyf'0tup 1,095 bales.
e are glad t6 sse it turn cool at last,
inter clothing and good fires were
Zealand this morning. "
II wouli ba a good idea to keep the
eeUwet while1 this dry weather con
ver & Son hive reduced the price of
4 sty'ish straw iiofc frrm 1 OO f n 50
ThpHtvmav well hn nrond ot the tne reamer. k,vu. u. h. kcuau win not
inecity may wen no proua oi tne BT)eak toniaht. aa has been announced, but
gallant and arduous seryices performed will speak on some future and mote clement
uj uci uiucjibihucu mtutu ku ia.su place, WU1 D6 given. OCt 13
24 hours. The firemen have been on
dnfv nonrJv nil tliA tim sinrA 11 rVlrrlr
em $2,500, both companies repre- ... t.. ML
. , . TT . i lash uikui uu iaj auiuk t j Liva luta oi-
Jnrthrnn Xr tArrrraa' I
sented by Messrs. Northrop & Hodges;
Crescent $1,000, represented by Messrs
W. L. Smith & Co.; Northern $l.0C0
represented by Mr. M. S. Willard.
Lumber Phoenix $2,000, Virginia Fire
& Marine. 1.000, both companies rep
resented by Messrs. John W. Gordon
& Smith; Royal $2,000, represented by
Messrs. Northrop & Hodges.
When the fire broke out. a schooner
which lay at the whart was for awhile
in great jeopardy, as tile strong breeze
blew the flames directly upon her, and
she would undoubtedly have been burn
ed had not the steam tug Woodbury
taken her in tow and moved her to a
place of safety. The cause of the fire
Central Democratic Club.
MEETING OF THE CLUB WILL take
ternrwm. Thev wern nailed noon three
times between the hour first named and October nth, at 8 o'clock.' important business
sunrise this morning, yet when tho &btfra?b"- AU
alar'ai was sounded this afternoon they
promptly and uuhesitatingly responded
to the call and did noble, dangerous
and efficient duly, notwithstanding
the I fact that they were all
very tired and nearly worn
oct 15 2t
M. . WILLARD, Secretary
First of the Season.
A T THE GEM KESTAUKANT
iV AND SAMPLE ROOM.
N.Y. BEE, N.Y.L4MB,
CAULIFLOWER. CELERY- etc.
ouc oy cnetr previous exposure anuthand. will west.
r . : Tkn1, .roan hnnnii In tho ?fTT I OCt lO JNO. 0 . jt TOnt 8t
is not known, but-it is supposed to have "V , .
, . ' , . I whether at night or in the day time.
u:t .,:n "God bless our noble firemen!
UclUii ualltuu iuiu iuc can uitii, uti t.
and too much praise cannot be bestow- O Vi nn ?r nrrQioT Pnoof
edunon their noble, heroic and self- Mjjua.jxxi& vj vu.
sacrificing devotion to duty. They are B- T- bknnett, candidate for
young, active, in the prime ot vigoroup Congress in tiia oisuict, win epeaK at mo
manhood and are ever ready to res- COMBER'S STORE, Harnett Township, on
FRIDAY, 17tb,at 13 o'clock, noon. He will be
it ignited the loose combustible matter.
accompanied bv.the Cornet Concert Clu and
a number of prominent citizens, and Immedi
ately after the Speaking there will be a largo
Col. E. D. Hall returned to the city
at about 11 o'clock last night, having OYSTER RO AS r. to which aU are cordially
ifi;3ier before it!i ton late?
133 Put it off so ion g?
c-crats, why don't yon go up and
Ladies of Honor.
saiar meeting this (Wednsday)
Wia2- h uli attendance desired. It
I ""'fitter i
Ciocklhis atternonn tho ther-
ofiice, near an: open
registered 63 degrees.
ob Owens, colored, was before the
racrly conddct, but tho case was
Jbat aiSmptinj show Will; West
tho winilow oi his restaurant,
onh pr mt slreetm it js- enough to
" e tho mouth bf an epicure water.
Tl ' 1 -
. 6 ater works are a blessine to
community, and the man who dis-
tai3 fact is either as blind as a
i!osSiaipeca,?loU3 a3 tramp, or
! GisUnate as a mule.
Ti i ; -
u iere w a large crowd last night
!u;ic Prowicz"a Car Stoe, Where
, l trorn Ohio were received every
?1IlQte8- Mr- Kasprowicz is enti
ju o ciuch credit for bis enterprise in
At 1.15 o'clock this afternoon the ridden 55 miles in a bussrv vesterday. It invited.
residence oiuoi. v. l.. omitn, on me s j d . a t5resome ride, but the
Southeast corner of Second and Chest- Lnuni ;a n ranrt tmm
nnt streets, was discovered to be on Qnslow of the political aspect in thatj
county. There was a rousing gather-
fire in the attic near the central
chimney. The alarm was sounded and
the firemen were at work in a very
short time, and after the most severe
labor for nearly an khour succeeded in
extinguishing the flames, but not, how
ever, until the entire roof had been
insr of the Democracv ot Onslow, Cir-
teret and Jones counties at Jackson
ville on Monday at which Hon. W. J.
Green, Maj. C. W. McClammy and
Col. EJ D. Hall were the speakers. The
By order cf theDcm. Ex. Com, of New Han
over County. oct 15
CITY OF WILMINGTON, N. C,
WILM1XGTOX, N. C, Oct 15, 1SS4
lflE USS OF FIRE WORKS OF ALL
kinda is hereby strictly forbidden, until fur
thcr orders. ? Citizess generally are requested
thronir was laree. the people were en-
nearly demclishcd and the second floor musiaaliCt and the speeches were re- vo use all vlgUance about their premises dur
badly burned. Dora time it seemea mat i d with freauent bursts of applause, hnethia drv and windr weather.
tbe ellorts ol tne nremen wou.a prove The stardy yeomanry ot that section are
fntile, such headway naa tne names tboronffhiv aronsed and will do faithful
work in the campaign.
Col. Hall will leave to-morrow for
Chinquepin , Duplin county, where he
made. The building was flooded with
water, in consequence of which some
of the lurnitura was considerably dam
aged. It was not known bow the fire
originated, but was supposed to have
been caused by a defective flue.
We learn that the loss on both house
and furniture is fully covered by insurance.
oct 15 It Star copy It
E. D. HALL,
annonnd to sneak on Fridav. the I A YOUNS GIRL'S WOOING, by JS. Ir.
. ... 7 I XlL "
17th inst. uroci tnere ne will co to Roc mciotiioniy. Frice ii.53.
uiuutuBuw.B iiusisuv " ojjtafv viioniv price SI. 50. Forsyte at
V,n iSfK infc HEI N : BERG ER'S
1 44 AWfcU
The last Clinton Caucaui?i has a
very pleasant notice of the Wilmington
Light Infantry and speaks in high
terras ot the friendship existing for the
corps by the boys cf the Sampson com
rrUn lnfocf ;lnf. W1,W W,c UAfla liUUaS, iAri-ii AXJ
a Ai i,abvdv a ivtuiv www m j it j J 1 I
baby's last attack of croup like this 0pea In Boxes, Velvet Frames aU elzes, beauU-
DaracraDnr ucuse it was very snort, . .
oH n1r with that wonnderfnl rnrA. IUJ steei Jtngravinys, ana many new ove.
Dr. BuU's Congh Syrup
lies, just received, which are sold very chap
Major Hall publishes a timely notice at
in thi3 issue relative to the use of fire-
The two companies were in works at present. He also cautions
camp together t the Exposition and our citizens to be extremely careful in
we are z'ad to know that a mutual the use of fire at this time
friendship sprang up which was very
oct 15 Live Book and Music 8 tore a.
For durable coloring the walls of
rooms in beautiful tints, at little cost,
nothing equals the IIableixe sold at
Jacobi's Depot. ' . t
There wa3 a large smoke risible
rrUTE LADIES' OF THE SECOND PEES
ff a frtll b clad to recelT commxrnlcxUoa
troxa oar frtcade on nj aad al ub;cttl
seaerallatCTeattrat - -
Tka aaae ct t2ia xrtlisx inxat li&ja U
cSahed t tluJgaitar, : i V, j a-i .
CoTnTnttnlcatlora rauai , wilttaa cs on
onealdaof the paper. -
PcrsoaaHtleainustbo avoided :
'And Itis especially and particularly uCe
tood, tint tho Editor doc net alwaya cndci a
tbe views of coxT0ponnt8, voters ata't
In the editorial cohisons. . '
. H. Trimble,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE" BROKER
and Auctioneer of General Merchandise ot
every desrlpon. Ofaci corner Princess and
Water erreeta.. Crcnly & Moates old stand.
Personal avleatlou given to sale of horses and
vehlrlea at prlrato ao or at auction. Con
s'gnratr.ta EClIcited. fiJETIX.V. DAVTS
T 2-- Auctioneer.
CIRCUS AHD MENAGERIE
lO Its IX
KCBTH CARSL1MA THISYfAR-
Menagerie ! Museum !
i K J EVA TED STACK
X; . V.'
. v .r-
1 f 1A fW.
A UaillbAX A lUiC Ol 1V,W
2 Prizes of $6,000.. .4 12,;
l Capital Prize of.
1 Capital Prize of
l capital Prize of
5 Prizes of
10 Prizes of
20 Prizee of
100 Prises of
503 Prizes of
500 Prizes .of
1000 Prizes of 25. v.
9 Approximation Prizes of $750.
9 . .. 500.
2,000 . 10,000
1,000 ..J. 10,001!
200 . j. 20,000
50 J. 25.iK
1,967 Prizes, amounting to........... s ' $265,500
Appncauoa for rates to clubs enouiapeniaGe
only to tne ozicc oi tno company in ptew ur
leans. - y
For farther information, writs clearly, cty-
tag full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Mocey Orders, or New York Exchange In or
dinary letter. Currency by Express (all sums
of $arci upwards at our expense auaressca
fll. A. UAUl'lllA,
New Orleans; La.
jt 11. A. DAUPHIN, U
607 Seventh St., Washlnjctoni'D. C.
Make P. O. ilonev Ordftrs payable and ad-
drees Kegistcrcd Lettets to ij
NEW OKLKAN NATIO-N AL J'A UL
OCt 15 aEw JKLEAN3, J-A.
1884 Fall and Winter. 1884.
J AM' SOW DAIIfY IN KKCEI?l;pF MY
NEW FALL AND WINTER MILLINEIIX
- i; .
GOOI S, selected bv me In person In the North-
era markets, to which I Invite attention, such
as FELTS find STRAWS la all prevailing col
ors and grades ; Ostrich Tip3, Birds and Wings
ana all or tno Trimmings worn mis season.
l nave auaea to m tancy uo:ua ucnart'
ment. on the first floor, a lice of TABLE
LINEN, FANCY LINEN and fc ILK: HAND
KERCHIEFS, which will be etansped with
one letter, free of charge.
FELT, MOMDS, AIDA and all the neces
sary material for Art seeuicworfc.
Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery and Ladles' Un
derwear. ; -
MISS El KARRER.
oct 10 Exchange Corner.
70 Brls Apples
N TO DiI'3 STJ5AMER,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
DAVIS & SON
Brass Fire Dogs, f
Shovels and Tongs.
Q OHETHING VERY NICE i
100 Men and Horses
50 CAGES OF ANIMALS,
31 Sun-bright Chariots.
12 Separate Kinds of Music.
8 Distinct Bands.
4 Musical Wagons. ;
Female Bras3 Band.
100 Knights in Armor.
Outpullins Elephants !
Tattooed Woman. . ,
Zola Rides a Bicycle CO feet in Mid-Air.
Zenohia hurlod from the Catapult.
Clara Revolves a Barrel on a Trapeze
! 1P0 feet high.
Troupe cf EDglish Bicycle riders. '
A School of Siberian Skaters.
ELLA ZOLA Walking on Stilts od a
three-quarter inch wire elevated
1C0 feet. -
AIDA dives from the apex of the can
vas?, lOOfeer. -i ,
ZELIA slides from the dome of tbe
canvass by her teeth.1
ZEXA'S startling Hair Siide, 350 feet,
Giant Horse, Giant Iioe, Giant
Ox, Giant Cow, Giant Women,
Giant Man, Giant Camel, G:ant
Three-Horned and Three-Eyed Boviue.
Troupe of Zulus, Troupe of Arabs, '
Troupe of Japanese, Tribe of Indians.
Drove of Giraffes, Bengal Tiger3, -
Fleck of Ostriches, Hippopotamus,
White Bears, Sea L!ods,
Walrus, Ant Bear, and
1,500 Rare Animals !
5,000,COO Yariia of 5anvass, 70 Male
Artists, 40 Female Artists. ' And
more and better features than any
two shows combined. .
Two -.performances. Doors open 1
and 7 p. m. Cheap excursions on all
railroads. Admission 75c. Children
50 cents. . pet 14 4t
JJON. R. T. BENNETT, DEMOCRATIC
candidate for Conrcea ln thla District, will
speak at-Wllmlnscton, FrTdiy jaJght, October
17th ; at Maccmbcrs store, Harnett Townhii.
Fridav, 17tb. at 12 o'clock, noon.
Col. J. f. staplfs. Democratic candidate for
Elector at Large, will speak at Wilmington.
Gen. A. M. fcnaics. Democratic rsL-tlMtkU.
(ox Governor, will speak at WUmtogton. Wed
ncsda night, October "2nd.
voTi'l forget to resistc.
, JAMES W. KING.
Chairman Dcm. Ex. Com. New Hanover Co.
j ANL VERY CHEAP.
GUE ' MURCHISON,
S3 and 40 Murchtaoa lilock
HANIKG hOLD IY INTSREtST IN THE
GROCERY BUSINESS to C. C. COYJNG
TuN A '"O., I will hereafter conduet a strict
ly COMMISSION, BUSINESS. With thanks
tor past favors, I would respectfully to licit a
continuance of the same.
E. P. COVINGTON,
Oct7th,18S4 ; 210 Ni-ri h Water 8t
OCS13 Iwk ii
0. 0. Covington & Co.,
-lirHOLESAUB GROCERIES, 10 Noith
Water et., have on band a full Use of HEAVY
GROCERIES. Orders aoUclteL Bottom
pi ices to prompt each paln? buyers,
oct 13 lwk , , , t
here to-day from Brunswick county, jfyTXBIiLN cnuRCH win Lave a diuk
due West of tbe city and it was report-
E. P. Covington,
ed to be Cant. A. W. Rierrer's house cuEc vW
NIGHT, lita lnet. ice cream, (.axes ana j Co in try Produce. Prompt rcturca tn high
that was burning, but on what author
ity we are unable to say, -
. .. -- . s - j ' - .... -
oct 13 St j est EUrket rcc guarxnteod.
All Wool Cassimeres,
Direct from tke Factory.
DESIRAELE G0OD3 FOR MEN EOT8.
A PULL LI5E JUST OrENEa
JNO. J. IIEDRICK.
oct 4 ; . -
The Old North State Saloon
XT AS THIS DAY RECEIVED
a lot o th-we celctraUd HORSE1
UARUCN OlSTftC XhT arc kept oi ico
and arc warranted tSs ?sfc cystfr brought
to thla mtrk-t V )l aet try thtm - Cool
Deer aa i the best Wfcis, IZ i.n aid Ciara
always on hand. '
oct t J &L McGOWAN.
Housekeepers, Attention I
JU3T TRY E. G. BLAIR ApJD fHE TLOVf
mtich yoa can save by baIayocr Crocrlja
from bin. A tlollix Rave t is a do'iar niae.