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r3 0 '. ,-ates low and liberaL , . . .
1tCj , JLj will report any and an fall-
their paper regularly.
Daily Review has tlie largest
circulation, of any newspaper
,.1 in the city of Wilmington.
j.jjri is thatwe are giad that wc
ihere. it is i:eiiiuijr.; uiii; uis-
,1 as wc wilked through the long
lwub tbb various and richpro
we teU that we were
we were a North
The exhibit is indeed a
:mdid one, ail that its managers and
'tW,o:3 tiave claicoed tor it. Indeed
ft. hV.ib3 not been jet told. - From
. wsi to the mountaini there are
h. vli"id trophies ot the skill and-
enterprise qi me poopie anu
wonflerfnl j resources of our
aail ytft with all
daubt jit the . exhibit,
tx-ei!ent as it if, doe3 one-teath ol
;3-,::ce to the eherjry of the people r the
luclions 01 ineotaie. vc wouiu dc
i lotto justice in the display if we
a!!, but we areuuab!o to do so. It
Ciit be sce i to-1 b3 appreciated ana
jew, too, with careful, thoughtful,
odious eyes. Much can be seen in
ca3 day bat there; is enough to employ ,
ihe lime and attention and the -care of
iweefc. Only about one-half ot the
coaa'.ie3 in the State make special dis
pays and yet, with the result achieed
bj these, think wjiat the grand result
aEt have baea Had they all combined
toaU to the altractiveness of the dis-
Ojradvico to everybody is -to go and
see this wonderful exhibit of the re
sources of our grlfnd old State. Every
taar. atd woman in our borders should
spend at least one day there. Through
the iiberality ol the railroads this can be
June a' u trilling outlay. The fare on
allot the lines of-jtho Associated Rail
ways has been placed at one cent a
mile, and tliis is an opportunity which
nny not occur again in years. The
grounds are to close, we understand, on
tie 2S:h. so that those who are going
Bast make op their minds to go at
We met yesterday and last evening in
Raleigh, with a number of prominent
Damocrats, Gov.'Jarvis, Gen. Scales
Fowle. Mr. R. II.
Kitchin and Cap
CjI. Kenan, Judge
Battle. Capt. W. II
. S A. Ashe, of the
Aiifs and Observer. With several of
ttee gentlemen we found opportunities
fr converse and jfor ascertaining their
tiewjon political! matters. Gen. Scales
ri Cap:. Kitchin feem particularly
fiasuine as to the result. They have
tw'.a canvassed the State pretty thor
Kjhly and they can speak knowingly.
They are sure that North Carolinia-will
P Democratic by a largely increased
Eiiority over the Bennett vote. And
&y think, too, that the 'Presidentia
tfket wiil not run behind the State
ticket. . f.
Judge Fowl,e has just relured from
8Vest, where he ha3 made a number
t speeches recently. He seemed much
e-ated over the outlook and. told us that
-eiecls sure of large Democratic gains
is the West. There are four counties,
Alexander, Iredell, Rowan and Davie,
-lea wil!, he thinks, make an aggre
Regain of 1,000 Democratic votes.
W other counties, ho says, wil
Li0 do welll. in this direction
faction. As (or the East, and espec
4I? tie Northeast, which disappointed
uSa" s much two years ago, he thinks
l-a-tl;e will alsx bo some handsome
substantial gains there. The Ben
Y tote with which the yote this year
"to he compared is considered by
, 8 Fowle as the minimum and it is
"ni this basis that the rise will be
4idp ir.. -i L. i
ii!-e- He doeslnot fear a loss any-
J on the Bennett vote and he
there will be very handsome
in mqnr crnrlnn c
Tenby's Jlerald publishes two
Sh fcl a -v i i y
irom UDio.one signeu Dy uoy
J1 and tpe other by Senator
aartQao. The former simply says that
" tooabliean majority is about 10.
anithat it i now ceftain lhat.,11
ccr.v.ic Conffrpsnin hivn" been
to 10 for the Republicans. Mr
rnaan dispatch is as follows :
C .MCts' ct- I6- S34.--The
bucan Journal this morning
gs 10,000 plurality. At Democratic
:ll?.AuYr3 !hey concede 9,000. It
Il'iw r??I,bo- between 10,000 and
6r '.,1Ile Democrats, have elected
W,r on2res3men, a majorityof the
9tjo . J' lluri ta deteatcd by abou
h,K nltlou If lh9 Prohibitionists
!k,Vne Republicans and the rfitnrn nf
sTmaas to the ReDnblicans. with
l-aemrralic orSanization in Hamil
IJtiS explains the defeat.. The
.f,h.0USb, . are not disheart
eaa ana will keep up the .,fight to tho
Allen W. TxiUEiiAN.
evening,.; annoays ex- i. . - , , '- - - - :;, : ;'"'-""-' : . r-- .-. .-;-''? :v " -i. v: T.:f , K .!
hi II mx? mmwt
vol. viii. Wilmington; n. a; "satukday. octobeii
Secretary Chandler has instituted a
naval war college. From this it would
appear that the course of study pre
scribed at the Naval Academy, at An
napolis has been found inadequate to
the demands of the service in success
fully; resisting the onslaught of thejna
rauding coal schooners hich infest our
coast "and send 6ur best naval - vessels
to the bottom ot the deep blue sea.
"The truth in masquerade" is Byron$
term for a lie. But it is truth, aad no
masquerade, that Dr.: Bull's Cough
Syrup cures. coughs an4 colds, and so
prevents worse evils, that may end in
death. No cure so SDeedv.
INDEX TO MEW ADVERTISE ME WTS.
C W Yates School Books
liEXXsBKKGEK Latest Novels
St.George Aft Andrew's Society -
F C Filler Friends jnd Fellow-Cltlz-ns
Geo R Fbesch & Soxs They please the
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Register- Register!! Register!!!
Day's length 11 hours and 7 minutes.
Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's
New moon to night at 17 minutes
Sunset to-morrow afternoon at
minutes past 5 o'clock.
There was much of a dullness at the
City-Hall this morning.
The receipts of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 959 bales.
There were two interments in Beile-
vue Cemetery thj3 week, one adult and
There were three interments in Oak-
dale Cemetery this week, one adult and
There were ten interments in Pine
Forest Cemetery this week, seven adults
and three children.
There was tfo City Court this morn
ing, :and no tramps applied for lodging
at the guard hous last night.
The fllgs on the shipping in, port to
day were at half-raasi in respect to the
memory of the late Capt. J. F. Gilbert.
The Register of Deeds issued fiva
marriage licenses thi3 week, ihree of
which were for white and two for col
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We understand that Mr. Monroe Pe
tarson killed recently, near Little Sugar
Loaf, in Bladen county, a monster rat
tlesnake with 18 rattles and a button.
Col. Bennett will remain in the city
until Monday when he will go to Smith
ville, accompanied by Col. John D.
Taylor and Mr. Thomas W. Strange,
andwill speak there ou that day. He
will speak at Shallottc on Tuesday
next and at Town Creek on Wednesday
To every Housekeeper a gooc
substantial cook stove is an important
necessity and our readers will find the
best at Factory prices at Jacobi's
Hardware Depot. t
The troupe who will perform this
most amusing comedy at the Opera
House next Tuesday night will not
leave here until Wednesday morning,
sd that those who attend may be . sure
that there will be no "cutting" of the
acts, but that the piece will be given
' The Decorations.
Capt. Williams, of the Eslelle Day;
Capt. Davis, o: the Gertrude L. Trun
dy; Capt. Avi-. of the Robert S. Gra
ham, and Capt. Foster, ot the Paul P.
Keller, kindly tendered the flags of
their respective vessels for Ihe decora
tion of the speaker's stand, on third
street, for the Democratic meeting last
night. It was a graceful act on the
part of the shipmasters and was highly
appreciated by our people.
i Capt. Dudley very Sick.
, Mr. Eagenc S. Martin received l& dis
patch from Gov. Jarvis last night, stat
ing that his private Secretary. Capt.
Guilford L. Dudley, was critically and
alarrniogly sick,-with hardly a hope of
his recovery. Mr. Martin, who is a
nephew of Cspt. Dudley, left - this
morning for Raleigh to be in attend
ance on bis sickrelative. Capt. Dud
ley has a host of friends in this . city
who will learn cf his condition with
anxiety and sorrow.
Good materials properly porporiioncd
which are tha essential requisites in
Ready mixed , Paints can. bo best attain- f
ed byrusing the NJ Y. Enamel . Paint
sold at Jacobi's Depot. ' , " "- f
Progress of the Grand State
(Special to Dxilt Be view.)
Oct. 18th. The Colored Fair held at
the State Exposition this week was
quite a success. v ' ; - ,
The State Agricultural . Society hold
their Fair here on the 20ih, 2lst, 22nd,
23rd and 24th insts. ,
'The crowd3.are now quite largeW All
are pleased and pronounce the Expo
sition a grand .success.
Mr. R. H. Murphy ,of Moore's Creek,
paid us a pleasant visit this forenoon.
Capt. Fred Robinson, who has been
quite sick, has so far recovered as to be
able to be out and at his place of busi
Mr. T. G, Eger. Agent in New York
or the New York and Wilmington 1 S.
S. Line, is in the city to-day. He is on
his way from Augusta to New York.
The receipts of cotton at this port for
he week ending with to-day foot up
9,557 bales, as compared with 8,006
bales for the corresponding week of
last year, aa increase this week ot 951
bales. The receipts ot the crop year to
date foot up 32.48D bales, as against 29r
934 bales to corresponding date of last
year an increase this year of 2,565.
John Robinson's, boasted big show
has come and will soon be gone. It is
nothing extra, after all. The street
parade wa3 inferior to that made by
Sells Bros, last year and, in fact, to
any that wo have had here in several
years. There were not a great many
country people in town, and wc doubt
if John Robinson is auy more pleased
with the result than those who have
attended the performance.
Tho schr. S. 8. Eardinq, Capt. Mel-
vin, which cleared from thi3 port for
Philadelphia on the 8th inst., and left
Smithville on the 13th inst., has put
back in distress, having experienced a
heavy gale on the 14th and 15th inst.
during which she sprung aleak. She
will be compelled to discharge cargo
and repair damages before proceeding
on her voyage. She is consigned to
Messrs" George Harriss & Co.
Hon; It. T. Bennett.
There was an enthusiastic dcinonstra
tion ot the Democracy of the city last
night to greet and bid cordial welcome
to Hon. R. T. Bennett, the Democratic
candidate for Congress from this Con
gressional District. Judge Bennett
spoke at Macu ruber's Store, in Harhett
township, yesterday to a largo and en
thusiastic audience, returning to this
city in season to'speak last night. The
torclight. procession which escorted
him to tho stand, conducted by Mr
DuBrutz Cutlar, and preceded by the
Cornet Concert Club, moved . down
Front street to the Purcell House
where it wa3 joined by the speaker and
the committee of escort, when it again
took up its line of march to the speak
er'a stand, at the intersection of Dock
and Third streets. The stand "was
tatGtullv decorated with American
flags and banner3 bearing the in
scription ot "Cleveland and Hendricks."
It was alio beautified by an exquisite
bouquet presented to Judge 'Bennett
by the ladies of Wilmington.
After an inspiriting piece of music
by the Concert Club, Col. John D. Tay
lor appeared and introduced the speak
er to the . waiting and lexpectan
throng, in a neat, graceful and appro
priale speech. After another piece by
the band. Col. Bennett came forward
and made an eloquent, patriotic and
abie speech, such a3 has been seldom
heard in Wilmington. He spoke for
an hour and a half to an audience o
willing . delighted and interested listen
ers, during which he arraigned the Re
publican party for its many misdeeds
for the last twenty-four years and in
such a bill ot indictment as, has seldom
been drawn. It was a masterly effort
which made the speater many
warm and admiring friends and wil
be productive of much and "decided
good. . ' . :r " '
. Itoyal Work.
Mr. John Lobb, 296 Regent St., Lon
don. England, Shoemaker to His Roy
al Highness, the Prince of Wales and
Emperor of Austria, writes that St
Jacobs Oil is the only cure - lor Thee
maitsm he has ever known, and he re
commends it,' also, for foot ailments.
. Register now! Delays are danser-
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A GOOD GENERAL STOCK OF JUST SUCH GOODS AS ARE NOW IN
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
Stock of Wrars to arrive about the
new things. -
"Turkish Bath" Soap for all.
The obsequies of the iate Capt. J.
F. Gilbert were held at 3 o'clock, this
afternoon, at hi3 late residence, corner
of Walnut and Ninth streets. Thev
were conducted under the iupressive
services of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, Rev. T. M. Ambler officiating.
The Knights of Honor, ot which the
deceased was a member, were in at"
tendance and escorted the remains to
their last earthly resting place at Oak-
dale. The pall-bearers Messrs. Mars
den Bellamy, S. G. Hall, A. J. Howell,
James Quinn, George A. Peck, H. B.
Willis, II. G. Ross and Chas. M. Wil-
Church Services To-Morrow.
St. John's Church, corner Third and Bed
Cross streets. Eev. James Carmlchael, D. D. .
uector. JNJnleenth Sunday after Trlnltv.
October 19,1884 Holy Communion at 7. SO a.m
aiorolDfir Grayer at 11 o'clock. Sunday School
at 4 o'clock, v. m. Evenln Tracer at ft.30
St. Paul's Evan. Lutheran Church, corner of
Sixth and Market streeta. Bev. F. W." E. Tes-
chau, Pastor. English Services at 11 o'clock,
a. m. tjrermau services at 7.30 o docs, p.m.
Sunday School at 3 o'clocfe. a. m. W. II.
Second Presbyterian Church, corner of
Fourth land Campbell streets. Prajcr meet
ing at 11 a. m o services at night. Sabbath
School at 4 p. m. ,
First Baptist Church, corner of Market and
Fifth streets. Key. T. H. Pritchard. D. D..
pastor. Sunday Scho 1 at 9.S9 a. m. Services
at 11a.m. and 7 30 p. m. Prayer and praise
meeting xnursuay night at s o'clock.
First Presbyterian Church, corner Tlilrdaln
Orange streets. Bev. Joseph B. Wilson
D. D., Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 5 15
p. to. Lectnrc Thursday at S.15 p. m
Fifth Street M. E. Church, between Nun and
Church streets, Bev. W. I. Hull, Pastor.
fcerviccs at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Class nieet
ng at 3 p. m. ; Prayer meeting Thursday even
ng at 7& o'clock. . r
Fi-ont Street M. E. Church. South, corner of
Front and Walnut streets. Bev. Dr. E. A.
Yates, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p
m. Sabbath school at 3 p. ni., W. M. Parker,
superintendent. Prayer meetmg and lecture
Wednesday evening at o o clock, christian
Association Tuesday evening after first and
third Sabbaths, at s o'clock. Seats free and
strangers and visitors cordially invited.
Religion b services in Tileston Upper Boom
every Sunday at 3 1 M. Jfubiic cordially in
vited. . ,
St Thomas Pro-Cathedral. First Mass at 7
a m. Second Mass at 10 a. ni. Vespers and
Benediction at 5 o'clock pm. Daily Mass at
6:30 a m.
Christ Church (Congregationalist)Nun street
between Sixth and Seventh. Bov. D. D. Dodge,
minister. Preaching services at 11 o'clock, a.
m. and 8 o'clock, p. m. Pastor's Bible Class
at 12.15 p. m. Prayer and Praise meeting,
Wednesday, 8 o'clock, p. m. Snnday School,
3 o'clock, p. m.. In Memorial Hall, corner 7th
Second Baptist Church, on Sixth, between
Church hnd Castlo streets. Bev. J. P. King,
Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun
day School at 9 a. m. Prayer, meeting every
Tuesday night. '
St. Mark's Church, corner Sixth and Mul
berry streets. Morning Prayer on bundiys
at 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer at 5 o'clock.
Children's servico at St. Barnabas School
House at 3.S0 p. m. Services on Saints' days
at 7 30 a. m. and 5 p. m. Bev. C. O. Brady,
minister in chanre. Seats free.
SLrst Baptist Church, (col.) corner of rifth
Campbell streets, A. M. Conway, pastor.
Preaching at 10.30 a. m.. 3 p. m., and 7 .SO p.
m. 8. S. School at 1 p. m.
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
!TANLANP CRAIG At the retidenre of
the bride's father, Mr. J. O. Craig, Xo S13
McRae Rtreet, on Tuesday evening, the 14ib
last., by Rev. Dr. Yates, Mr. H. D. ST IN
LAND and Mi s LENA CRAIG.
MAC AHTNEY In IBls city. yesterday mcrn
ing, at 9 SO o'clock. Mrs. 1DISA MACART
NEY, wife of James Macartney, ape 62 years.
The funeral ser ices will take place t- mor,
row (Sunday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from
the residence on Seventh, between Dawson
and Wooster streets, thence to Oakdale Ceme
tery. Friends, and acquaintances are invited
ST. GIOEGI & ST. ANDREW'S S0C1ETT.
jJEETING OF ST. GEORGE & ST. AN
DREW'S SOCIETY, will be held MONDAY
NIGHT, at 8 o'clock 'at the office of U. G.
8 ma 11 bones, foot of Chestnut street,
oct 18 It 1L G. SMALLBQNES, Scct'y
They Please tHe Ladies.
rpHOSE FLEXIBLE SOLE BOOTS. FIT
X V. ; ...
so nicely, look eo prettily, weir to catily,
acd the price eo reasonable. Try on a pair
and celtow you like them. Sold only by
-t : . " " - -. " ' . -- T
Geo. il Frencli & Sons,
1:3 Nor.rn fho:t sx
is, i884. no!
TO BLACK SILlvS, BLACK! CASH-
ALMAS, &c, &c.
close of Ibis month, embracing all the
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R. M. RHcIWTII?E.
"pTO USES AND BCILDINU LOT
for ale in all parta of ihe city. Cash I
or cn the Instalment j an. ;
Apply to J
aug 30 vJaw 3m at m
x D. O'CONNOB,
Beat Estate Agent
yya keep a labqe supply or
SCHOOL BOOKS need by the PUBLIC AND
PBIVATE SCHOOLS of th city and through
out North Carolina, which we offer to the pub
lie at the LOWEST POSSIR E PB1CES.
4" School Supplies of all kinds. I
C. W. YATES,
oct 13 119 Market st, Wilmicgtoo N C
Creamery Buttered 1'lour!
S A NEW PREPARATION, AND ONE oi
the mo3t useful and excellent aildliionsto
hoiisehold comforts and convecincies ttat
- ' . , : 5 i
has been introduced within thepastjfew yeais
It is simply a fine branl of Flourj prepared
with salt, powders and butter, and ready for
cooking excepting jihe addition of milk or
water. Those who have tried it eay it Is ex
.V; '. Ill
cellent and almost lndigpenslblc. NO KNEAD
ISG NECESSARY. A little mil tor water, a
': . l
little stirring with a spoon, a Mtlo time in a
hot ovcd, and the most satisfactory icaults
esuc-HOT BISCUITS, B ATT Hit CAKES,
MUFJ"ISS, and the great pacifier of a man'
breakfast aprctite, WAFFLES, jj
Prepared solely by Messrs. NlchoTa &
Strange, of New York, the junior member cf
the firm being a former Wilmlngtonian and
will known to most of our citizens. The mem-
bers of this firm being men of Indisputable
.1 A': - ,:
character and reliability, induces us to han
dle the article and recommend it; to our cus
tomers. . ! ' '
P. L. BRIDGERS & 00
HO North Front St.
OCt 13 :1
A GRAND DISPLAY !
Millinery Department !
We shall open a few more new eases o f
Trimmed Hats and Bonnets!
r-- -, j T"
Parisian fashions. While rich and elegant to
the extreme, inspection will prove-that the
general effect acconJs more thoroughly with
the snbdaed. tastes of American ladles than is
usually the case with Parisian designs seen
in this market; hence our reason for sctectlng
them, with others to follow. In addition to
the above we will show full Uses of LADIES
AND CUILDBEN'S TRIMMED AND UN
TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS from
ut ncn work rcom, which we are. confident
will not only tc found equal to the 5ib Ave.,
N. Y., styles, but cosslderably kwtr in prices.
TAX L.O ll'S BAZAAR.
A tun line of School Hate, School Stockings,
School Bags, School Handkerchiefs j Ac,, Ac,
at very low prices. No cne urgcl to boy, but
come and see, at w
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wm bet4 try retta coauara'cSoa
..St siuDt of t2e trss; K
PerscjJiCtJca muit La avoUed.;
txx5 lr,&t tSl E.Kint drX jf'Tya B'?0J
S. H . Trl rri b le
STOCK AND REAL ESTTF. BROKER
and A veUoceer ot General MercbnudlSd ot
c T"y UeaTlodon. Office comer Prioress and
Vau?r street. crrnly & Mo ilW cKi ntnnd.
- c rsonal Aitentlo clren to sale of or x and
hl iea at private . sale or At aacton. Con
s' troents solicited. faETH it IaVIS,
Erpt2j . Au.i'oocer.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
.TUESDAY, October 21st.
In J. H. Uavcrly'6 Greatest Success, V
A modern Comedy of Error. rvritlvn
Acted Just for Fun Usual price rTevall.
Becrved Scats on sale Monday, ut Ueinbor
ADMINISTKATOR'S NOTICE Having
qualifled as Administratrix upon the c
taie of tbe rate Mary P.. Pickett, netlceli here
by given to all persons having, claims acalnst
iuo wmc 10 present tucm to me onoricrore
the 17th October. lfS5. or this notlco will
pleaded In bar of a TecoYcry. Those indebted
to the same wlil please miike immediate pav
MQS. S. J. ' BAKER, Aimx. j
October 17, 14 tt
Walter Gay Iorv ;
with ' ' ' :
L. G. CHERRY.
(Uary Iiob Old C land)
No. 10-3 Noitu Wartcr Street,
Wilmington, ' -N. C. - ' ,
ConelgnmcatJ of Cotton, Naval Stores ml
Country Produce of every dlecrlptlon respect
fully solicited, j -
Advancements made "on shipments in band
or on Bill of Lading. - .
oct 17. O
J. accommodated during the Winter month
at reasonable rates. Ploisant . location, good
attendance and tho best the market affords. -
Transient boarders accommodated by the
day or week. MR5. bORKBX LEE,
UV,4 Market Street,
sept 15 1yd Aw Wilmington, N. C.
Conolcy's Drng Store.
21C MARKET STREET.
C ALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK OF
new goods, cons'sting of Drugs, Patent
Medicines and Fancy Toilet Articles. I Lave
a full line. All pure and fresh.
Prescriptions prepared with accuracy.
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. 13th,
between B. Portncr's" Bcpr Depot and tho Mo
zart saloon, a BUNCH OF BEYS. A suitable
reward will be paid on the return, of same to
the undersigned. JpifN TIKNKtCN, '
oct i(J tf At Portnet's, Beer Depot -
Luscious and Pat !
ECEIVED THIS DAY AN-
other large lot of those splendid :
WTSBEf:BY EV BIVKR OYSTERS, the
finest (isrden Oyste.ra that come to the city.
Served in any style desired.
GEO. F. UEKBKRT, -cctlOlm
Star Saloon, 13 Market t.
Stores for Kent. .
IxrBCIIOUE AND Oi FICKS
IT at ovc row ocupUni by Wera
U. J".nou fc '
St'-re aaii cfli-cb above .ow occu- tri
pica ny ,. lumc.ODdt.-
Eoih on North Water St. ; between
aDd Cl-.eetr ut. Ar plyto
ang U SUr copy 3t DeUOSSET & CO.
Out They Go !
PEOPLE APPRECIATE A GOOD COOK
i-VKsucb as the Peal "Farmer". 'Golden'
Harvest" and "Parley thcat" For a cheap
.vcvetnat Southern Oak" la the leader of the
ou:hen Market. , lRTtl-to-Bcat atEire.Door
Lap lio&ids. Toilet .-u II nock, at
f VHKLU &.TAYLOB.
PURE WHITE OIL. oct 13
'FIHENDSAND FELLOW GiIiZF,S:
' TTEAR ME FOB-MTCAUiE A t
PTr." trtt VA man- lioav "
Colognes, Extracts. Toilet and schet Pow
ders. soap, Tnrkish ToweJsr Toll.t Cases
Full I'.he of Drugs Ac. Prescriptions & spec
ialty. At -
i T. C. MILLER'S,
Oorecr Foirlh an i fun sts
YOUNG GIIIL'o WOOING, by E. P.
tfs In Cloth only; Price $L53.
DR. SEVIER, by George W. Cable in Cloth
only? Price $1.50. For sslc&t
Jg LANK BOOKS, PAPES AND ENVEL
opes In Boxes. Ytlret Frame all sizes, beauti
ful Steel EngravlngsJ and miny new Novel
tie, Just received, w Llch ate sold. TCry cbap
oct 15 Live Book and Mcaic Etors.
The Old North State Saloon
HAi. THIS DAY RECEIVED
lot oC th05 celebrated HORSE'S viV
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