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xuoiujssier DiacKmore, ot Warsaw. l'onuUr:oiUmi..i.. '
waa in Wilmington on the first of July. The Board of Count Common,
Fourth' of July was Kenerally ub- "f1 1" reg"lar monih 68ion 2:30
served in thi city, all busine-s waa if last, i
closed. lhe Treasurer submitted his monthly
; 5 , .."T-4 re')ort for lhe montl of June-general
"uuu uaun ui iuia cur. nas muu snowim? a iminnno i i
H. - . f If 3 -MMWV UBUU 111
a ou.t-.uuum utviueuu OX i,t4J ZO: educal inn I fnl I j
Uanfc'a Drothera of New Yr1r W irfgister of Deeds submitted his
the contract to nrint ' I h nv ,..io ..r mihly report for thetmonth of Jim.
j . ' " """" w i t -i . ..
price to The Wil-
t he state at '$16,300
Ii3 00 per year; six . Mclutire keep silendid goodB,
I . ; aU(l t low prices, always on band. He
jcaui ma on uusynes inuat buys tQ suit the' ladies.
f. to IHB WlLMINGTOM ; ...
pthurjis in New York!
The Sea Pjrk Hotel at WriahUtyilie
bound in wtll alrouizcd. Mr. Perry
the propiretor in happy. ,
I Humphrey, is at More-
; j j ;
Jarvis was in Charlotte on
flreen u' Missisippi, i8,8G
,d'lpll and jlamilf, are spend-
miner at lhe Warm 8prings
-u i'muuefi ine rreasurer's receipt
for Jli'25 collected from marriage
licenses and the same paid over to the
Treasurer. ; ' -
The follow iny were drawn s jurors
to serve'at the next term of the criml-
W A Cumming, Beoj Holiis. B Solo-
man, A M Goodman, O H King, Henry
cu; i . . ... . . '
The stale preH convention came off Sheppard' A Wilson, Joseph Jones,
Vsyuevil'c on the Srd inst. We AjOVe ' Evans, WS Warrock,
hope Hie boys hadVgood time. ' J " Man by, D L, Qote, J F Gilbert
m r . ,-rT;L-T , JC38e lfea' A,,,wn Alderman, J H
iv. i . iiiiunitK linn ueeo ap- niraus. fll
poituea ty Judp;e olcKwy, Ulcrk of wood:
corner of Front and Mulbtrryita
was not granted. 1 j
The application of J. W.y.yllo
erect a shed or awning in fifat cia
store, corner ef Fourth andf)tt
street, was referred to the CQtnxt
on eireeu and Wharrea. f r
Chadwick, John G Nor
po.n ea oy juue alcKwy, Ulerk of wood. Ham'l JJavis, John L Wooster,
' S .. JivT -wu--y. wMwni- register, John A Holt, George
Col. Alfred M. Va.WclI ban sold his I,ar'c Ticrjen, W J Kellogg
It! U n VJ II HI I
7. (iorliam, edi
viiublivM, is I
tor of the
is spendinir a
interest iu the (Juarlolte JvunuU-Ub;
server and retired from the editorial
chair of that paper. "
li 'Sherman i Inow in the
. : ... .i : .. t if .i i
fipecieM nivew iurc on
. XHb), (J. M.. tftdmai and family,
sailed for huropo on Thursday, kst
from New York. The will baabsut
about two months.
laine nd' Harrison, will
Bf the Republican!. Fun
j7v. Dorsey and wife,
I summer out wet. ; The
poviugj in. health.
U L tltitcliins. G H Ward. F Srhiil.
The following persons were granted
reiaii liquor licenses: E W Docher. J
M Bremer W H Grotcen. J O Nixon
i ii cj.. ... . r
" JXOirUSS. J M IVIilJnwnn K,, 1J
A Glameyer, j D Stelljes, Wm Ulrich,
J F Kulft, G F Herbert, S P Collier,
x flionr, JlulJen, j F-Stolter. Henry
Haar, A D WesBnl. W H M iri. t
The Carolina Yacht IJlub have re
organized and the Clul) in ill a nrosiipr.
. . . ' . . ; I lln.r I. A n II .. . nr . .
i. oua conuiiion, a lease ol trn years has I " ,J' v luuKe wm utterson,
been obtained for the banks, and a C Schulken Id Mulligan, O F Von-
splendid club hoiuo will bo erected at ,vamPH ( W Linder, ; Jacob Dules,
once. ! 1 fruen, xi w liryant. iScarbor
MT.U:r "aTir. &be,Ur8' JG Oldenbuttel, B
... .uuu ruu J5ell01H. IJ W florcim. XT. T 1 tr
Charles i Wcssel,
Brien, B H J
A K Hcver.
tf III V. ' flU. I .kf VI n ... 1 I . . I T .1 I
iv.iw n. ine reason Myw".v ii, wrrivcu in ine cny n r.i 1
J, i . . L . I ..ii,..i.. ' ... i ., . '"lIUC" " me sum ol six
OTernor lor bis d eciH.on i.Jt , " ".uince on ine coiort-u thouiand rinll.r.'- ...., ! ,w r
J,...i. nrt .'..!;.... ..ftl. I...- . - " " "c unuus ui
I up Byuu, uujve cannot ."" . " p the Treasurer of thn rA.,niw f at-.
fhy the present Board of tntT w"1 'vo a pleasant stay; we know Hailt;ve, ,n in rrnii:, , , .
th "hIV" 'Kill ,ri, .....! . . - ' . ; . -"...wi-ywn
..... . I . kji ouv.il VIIICI Hum
ItediM f ton lii Money Oi tlcr !-'ny. be in the bands of said Treas
ltuler.. nrer to (he credit of said special finul
July first thu new and lower rales for be placed in bank upon a certificate of
postal moupy. orders went into cU'eut.- di'pumit under the direction and
1 hf! .amount wliie.h c:ui ln nnl In. ...... I vision if C!i.n;r. ......
' : .Lr. .i -.1 . ... IX... ill. f il.nl .'...... r.. .. .. . . .
iciuseti to tease lire v' ""nw 01 iwai- i Kampon A .Stclies
ill liilll.. nL".. .... I eitrll . I)ailt'f7 (if Ihi. Tnrh,.r,. ..'... I.. . . I . ' '
, ... vuuiiuijr, " ' r oaran .J Merer. Martin (V
r. v-. 4. iv. ijouipauy, at ' """'w .wycr,. 4.1111 Ahrens, Uaiper & Stanly
"jig of the stockholders of ofr Wilwn Aaia, and Abbott of lhe jrrr. iu
Bnol manage' and make
UTstocholders, . if others
milit out of the road. We
ft hul jw hat the roa-1 1 , will
I bope yet tofseeila stock
1 par.': " . , "'
arfel llii Hiu,
tir illness, our highly 'm
Ismail, Jolt n 1M Howard, of
1 urni ni Humphrey V How,
MmniPtirf, in the th
of the Board.
one is iecieasod from u0 l 100 The 1' the btbt terms that can be pro-
icuin,tu tnarges are as lollows: Eight tiitvti, until otherwise ordered bv thi
icin.i lur urui'rs liill iivor iiam liimril. 1
for orderJiefrween $IQ and fifteen
i if I i "l I J ....... j ..1 .
iiKf. The funeral ilLkS " 7 " " vuljr LW-
bstwetn $10 mid fW, thirty cinm t.e
wii ftjy aua tntriy -rjv; r.nt: be
tween $G0 luid $70, forty. ecu U bctwucu
!r70 and $SO forXy.live cuulij bslwci'ii
fSO ami $100. The rales apply only to
domestic money orders, Jbal w, orders
to poin Li within thu United Sl.iUs.
at Sou street ftfetliodist
I nurd witH mne ot our proHT--ri
mn and therefore a useful
lliifti Ions will b(i fett in bw.si
81. Havinj; a gonial di.sp:wi
n'l uianyi want)! friend i who
'tui luui. Hal 'u nophew
Vf aad popular .Mayor aud
ly connected among the. boil
INewbern and many "mour
to about the streets" wlh a
poipant sorrow at their
le blow will indeed be heavy
log iuothcr( fond father and
I wifeoflouiy aifev months,
i all times for j the angel of
lit a community but when a
;n, a dutiful sou, a faithful
taken away it is an actual
1 pretrnd to oi'er sympathy
Uritken mourolsri He who
JiioKs well hath called oo
fp; But while the silent
t sorrow colirseth down
1 thfy photdd take pomtbrt
ldge that a link has, been
Wo lkuiu aad that "bright
i lamli' vhlch al) who are
enjiwtll ere Ion reach.'
&B. .1 . t f .
h t woord the death' f
MMt 'who must die oil ae- .
oataral wear of time, but
(ngjnan who U lull of life,
lromi, U'cutoir right' in
ne ofjmanhovHl a million
IJ iiess (a addil to th cae.
uog Howard rom boyhood,
u vrr hwd a etter or more
rtn hau M r. and Mr.
M have u taiueil la the
a I). Hrtwarxf, We tender
ky to) the Wife, parents.
l frsendi. I
lit nut irnnh imm I. Ik.
v the tjrt cfunst, or ir
jaii; oir wooi.
of this city, u in
X persona have listed their
city I : n .:i
1.1 . '.'
n was vitdted by a tine
and Ctuiofi II6ae wu
lih of July.
oho O. McMillan wai in
ai aithrUie.- .
Mer of the Reran Cat
'1 U Qty Tuesday.
jlloiithly -lortlity Jleleurolor
We have obtained from Dc F. W.
Potter, Superiiilendeiit of Health, the
following aUiteiucut' ol tbo until bor of
deaths in the cily of Wilininjjiou for
the month of June jut closed:
Whites -MahM 10; retnal'esv(' adults
7; children (!. Total lo., r-
Colored Males 17: females-'J; adults
8; children 18. Totaled. , '
Total deaths for. the month o'J.
Of the above, 0 died with consunip
lion..': I" Xbjp i follow ing is a synopsis of the
meteorological report tor the month, as
prepared by Dr. .Potter:
Uaiu-lall, 10. IS iitehc-; highes tem
perature on auy one day Jl degrees ou
the ISfJi; ..lowest, temperature on ai.y
one day, t2 degrees on the 2nd and 011
tho Itth; mean tenipcr.iUue.ioc the
month. 72 -; mean or average biromo-.
trie rfading; J0.21; prevailing '.wind
southwest; greatest velocity any ono
hour, 3S milca north .ou the Cud, uu tu
ber of miles IravetiHl during the month,
5,013, mile. . -
,olprt-'lr", t'owvfnilon. .
At the f int ilatitni if Dr. D.'j! iran.4
ders, this c:ty, tslttor of the. .Jrico
rixriykrkini.Xho coleretl cdiiorj-uf pa
pern published iu the state, convened
al the Opera Hou ia tii city ou jev
terday at 10 o'clock a, m. Dr. Zanders
called ihe meeting to order. v
On tnoUona committee waa ap
pointed on permanent organization.
After, which the meeting adjourned no
til S pjsu.at which hour lh tasH)ra
ry chairman, Dr. Zanders,' called the
gentleuif a to order. 1 ' '
The tin veniiou on rgttUiiiou re
ported for vrmahent chairman,' Dr. 1).
J. Sao4cr, edtorof the Jrrtry
ttrnin; for Mcrerary, 1 - K. Jmub, ot the
Bivir JWrtfrwr.. The report of the
committee was unanimously adopted.
On motion of Ileo. Oeorge A; ale
bane, a committee was apfoiatrd oa
ronstlteiion and byUw Kr the orjaa
liation. Da luolioo of iioa. John H. Wil
liamson, a committee vf three ap
pointed in resolution. r
The ccnveaUon adjourned, to meet
at 10 o'clock a. au, UU mersl;.
Affiouy Howe, jr, was swern in as
Jh'puly Krgisler of Deetls.
It was "ordered that John Sneeden
bo t'lvlniil, from tho n..i .1 11
ltoartl vf Alflcrxucu.
' The Board met iu regular monthly
nieelin July 2nd, at 1 i. M.; piesent,
lli Honor, Mayor E. D- Hall, and Al
dermen DeUoset, Bouey, Bear, Dudley,
Fishblate, Chadbourn, Swelt, Howe
and Guyer. I . :
Alderman DoUosoet moved that all
unfinished businasa be disposed of as
com mi I tees werexalled .for reports.
The Finance coiumitten made the
following report, which, on motion, was
adopted: 1 ,
liewUtd, That the Board of Audit
and Finance bo requested to reconsider
the question of the salary ot Lhe City
Attorney and flx the same at the rate
of five hundred dollars per ajnum, to
take effect from the date of his elec
tion. . . j. . , ...
The committee on Streets and
Wharves, to whom was referred the pe
tition ot'Chas Hurphy, Superintendent
of tho street force, Tor increase of pay,
reported, recommending that the same
bo not granted. Adopted. j
The Finauce committee u;ade the
following report, which, on motion,
wa adopteil: ' i
AYWf, That the City Detective be
reuireii to pay special attention to
drays, carls and' .other vt hides taxed,
aud atrial all parlies violating the or
dinances as to same and carry them be
fore the Mayor. 1
Alderman DeKosm-i odered the fol
lowing rroIutiou, which on motion
AY.oW, That it be referred to the
committee cn Fir Department be re
riuiml to report at lha aexl regular
meeiiog of lhi Board, which, if any, of
the three steamers should be dropped
from the DcparuMot, aad whether 00
or more hose .1 reel companies shoahl
be organic, and whether more hy
drants are nccasary.
The maWfr in rrlatioo to ihe float
ing warehouse in Princess atreei dock
was referred, to the committee on Fire
Department iUk the opinion of the
Hoard that fuch a fioaliog wartaooet
doe increase tho tine rbk if it Lays
within the fire limits.
' The application of P. U. Haydea to
erect a wooden baikiiag oa Third, be
tween Market and I Vine sirwu, waa
granted .-.V.i '"'.f,y. - ' U
llie appUcatioa of F. A. Newbury lo
erect a wooden building en Mulberry,,
between Water and Front etreeta, waa
on motion, not graated. .
Applkaiioa ofC II. Weasel, 10 make
an addition to hU premkea o the
vn motion of Alderman
was resolved that it be refei
vommiuee on streeU end Tbteito
ascertain and report what. wwi.
ialation is necessary to prereibstfue
tion to sidewalks by awninAwnjng
posts, boxes, stands or othen, '
The resignation of J. H. Wk -
Standard Keeper was read and ep ted,
On motion, J. W. Purdew inntni.
mously elected SUndard Keep
An election wu held for Otntir 11.
Fourth Street Market, and J. tnW
received the majority of thnr..
and was declared duly elected. i
The Board decided not to ma any
change in the market hours. T.;
The committee on Markets nrees,
in relation to the Fifth Ward et
reported that the arketonia
now as a market, corner ofFii'and
Castle streets, can be rented for 6 per
annum, and believing thai sahhonso
will supply all the demandsfor market
house in that Ward, reconmed that
the same be put in proper 'fc a e to be
",UKU "u; me stalls to grated as
provided in the market ordimces.
In the matter of the TAl Ward
market house, further time u asked
The Mayor was instructed, ider the
advice of the City Attorney, tenforce
the ordinance in regard to theUtimer
fence on Orange street.
The contract for keepinz te city
clock for the next year was awkled to
Geo. Honnett for the sura of $10 per
annum. " 1
The hog ordinance was ameked so
as to include the space bounded In the
north by Brunswick street, on tlkeast
oy in mm street, on the south by Dueea
street, and on the West by the rfcr.
BOARD OF AUDIT AND riNANjK.
At a regular meeting of the Bdrd of
Audit and Finance, held yesirday
aiternoon piesent, K. J. Jones, Chair
man, and Messrs. O. A. Wiggimi Wm.
Calder, W. R. Kenan and J. a Mc
tiacnern after the reading of the
mindlet aud other preliminary bust
ness, Capt. John L. Boatwrighk, one of
acoinnuitee apointed by -the tiuie
Giant Engine Company, appeared be
lore the Board to represent the claims
of that company. He said the company
wem to think that they hare kcLfc!
as was necessary to their effectiveness
aud recommended, first, to purchase
foe them a reel horsey second, a new set
of harness third, to allow tbem such an
amount of mouey as was necessary
feed their horse; and requested that the
Board of Audit and Finance appoint a
committee to confer with their com'
roittee, and determine what was neces
sary for the company. t
Capt. Boatwrigbt also read a letter
from Mr. D. G. Worth, regretting his
inability to be present at the meeting
of the Board, owing to business en
gagements, and also making certain
suggestions in behalf-of the company.
which he requested should be laid be
'ore tbe Board
Mr. R. J. Jones, Chairman of the
Board, suggested to Capt. Boatwright
that it would be proper to submit his
plans to the Board of Aldermen first
and le. them refer the matter to their
Fire Committee, who he thought would
meet them, and then a recommenda
lion as to the needs of the company
could be nade to the Board of Audit
and Finance, who, he thought, would
grant anything that the joint committee
XAVIUATIOM AUD PILOTAGE.
A meeting of the newly elected Board
of Commissioners of Navigation and
ilotage was nekl to-day; present,
Messrs. James H. Chadbowrn, D. Q.
Worth. James Sprout, R. E. Heide and
John K. Newton, who were duly sworn
into office by Oil. John L. Caalwell,
The Board was organ bed by appoint
ing Mr D. G. Worth to the Chair and
Mr. James rprunt aa Secretary. .
Tbo annual report of the Clerk aad
liar be r Matter was read and approved ;
aad Mr. James H. Ckadboara was re
elected Chairaoaa, and Captain Joser
Price Clerk and llarbof Master for the
ensuing terns, uaasiavously.
Tbe Clerk was directed to aotify all
pilot to renew their branches, aad also
the Iktawss vt their arveeaticea bjre
lass last day of July. The
It wae renolved that it is
with the duty aad oc4jgatioa cfa
ber of the Board to
or security foe a pilot.
The Chaiman aad Qmsiakna
Heide. were apratad a rirsniTBfw ts
xasaiae aad raw oa thw pilot's toad,
ror the esMsturg teraa. ,'
pointed in charge of the present meth
od of soundings of Capo Fcrr liivcr aud
The former rules and regulations of
the Board were continued in force.
It was resolved that the meetings of
the Board be held subject to tho call
of tits Chairman, in case of need, in
stead of by regular appointment.
Pilots- John Adkins, C. C. Morse,
tA John N. Burruss were requested to
act as a Board of Examiners for the en
suing term. : .''
Messrs. Palliser, Palliaer & Co., o
Bridgeport, Ct. the well known archi
tects and Publishers of standard worka
on architecture, have 'lately issued a
sheet containing plans aud specifica
tions pf a very tasteful modern eight
room' cottage with tower, and also with
the necessary modifications for build
ing it without ibo tower, and with but
six rooms if desired. I its most costly
form, the outlay .is estimated at $3,000;
without the lower it has been built for
$2,500; and if ouly six room are in
cluded, ;the cost may bo reduced lo
$1,700 or. ,$2,000. Details are given of
mantels, Btairs, doors and casings, cor-j
nicesretc. The publishers have found
it the most popular plan ihey have
issued, and state that it baa bceu adopt
ed in more than five hundred instances
within their , kuowledgc. Tho same
firm " issue Specifications iu blank
adapted for frame or brick buudiugs of
any cost; also forms of buildiug con
tract, and several books ou modern in
expensive, artistic Cottage pi aua which
are of great practical value aud con
venience to everyone interested.
jThose Pretty St. Georgic Girls,1' a
new Society Novel;' just published by
T. B. Petersou & Brothers, is an ex
ceedingly bright, fresh, interesting and
original romance of English high life,
with spirited and dashing glimpses of
travel and flirtation on tho Conti
nent; Indeed, the wholo noycl savors
strongly of flirtation, delicately but
piquantly carried ou iu fashionable aud
aristocratic society. ' Of course, there
is a vein of truo love, and it becomes
very touching aud pathetic as the dc
lighlful book ncara its closer .but, with
admirable tact, the author has iivoided
burdening the romauc with the sor
rowful. Everything is light and breezy
and there is scarcely au incident with
out its gay Bide. It is a foregone con
elusion that lady readers especially
willbe delighted with "Thouo Pretty
St. George Girls," for a more thorough
be difficult to find" But' masculine
readers will also discuver much that
will pie Alio them. A fuxhuutis most
vividly described, and the scenes on
the course at Ascot are graphic in the
extreme.! MarjicJ the heroine, is
snatched from her j Bohemian wander
ings about Europe hy.. her aristocratic
aunt and speedily, becofucs a reiguiug
London belle, making licr conquests
and enjoyiug her triuuiphs. Her sister
Lorraine, Bir Gerald, Judi'h Fane and
all the other personages . are cpiaHy
well drawn. With its line plot, tell in;
incidents aud very sprightly dialogue
"Those Pretty St. Georjro Girls" wil
be joted one of the best ami most rada
bfe novels of the season- It U pub
lisbed in a large square duovlevirso vol
ume, bound in inorocco cloth; price
$1.25, or in paier cover, price seventy
fire cents, and will be found for .sale by
all Booksellers, by all News Amenta
everywhere, and on all Railroad Trains,
or copies of.il h..1 be sent to any one,
post-paid, ou remitting the price of it
in a letter to the Publishers, T. li. IV
tersou & Brothers, Philadclpbia, Pa.
FIRST NATIONAL BAM
Of Wilmington, t
AUI VIDEND OF THREE AUD A HALF
rEU CENT, has been declared by the Board
of Directors or this Bank, payable on and
alter the 10th instant.
July U 3t
A. K. WALKEK,
" ' " ' ! Cashier.
(OCIKTIES, CLUBS, Ac., GIVING EX-
CUlt!?10NStCONCERTS, FJBSTIVA1S, Ac.,
can get theli; . ..7- .V v u-;y lh - . ;
Posters and Tickets
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tertal rcqalrrd la trieercitaaf MaM un
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tkia tax Ml U it Aj of J:y , t-K
aa4 that Uw taw repair iai Um
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ssaata,ftA tfce ta t um um( im
ta ltmmr UMrswr Mr
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SOUTH FRONT StllEET
FULL SUPPLY OF THE VERV BEST
Alwayn on lianj.
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And every article ucccsasy lor
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Heady, lot tlic occupant. j .
FOUNTAINS, l '
And opecial attention paid to driving
Satisuctiou Kuaranteod, aa we employ
ixwi worMncn. uivo us a ran.
ju Zl lt R. li: U RANT A CO.
Valuable Plantation and Rice
Lands for Sale.
VALCAULK I' LA NT ATI ON W1TIUN
n: lies ol' Wlliiiuixtou coutaiuing abont
two Ibouiid live iiundred ucrc. There
arc about Jut) acres of cleared Rico Laad, of
wbicU 7j acres aro under cultivation with
ood banks, Uunkfc, Ac. aud about 700 acres
abla tfuil)tf. lt Is acccasibJe from "tho Cape
FcarlUver byaCaaalovcr a tulle Ions to
tho uplaads, aud troui VI lo li feet wide,
Tliie are from W lo 40 acres of the Upland
improved and under cultivation, bettiK
Ho. 1 cotton aud coru land, and has all
ncce&sary nouacu lor laborer. Rice Rarna
aud ucccttaary outbuildings; the balance of
the tract about l,0w) acres or timber Pine
Lauds: , The PUutailon affords for cattle a
raugo unsujuuvvsj both la winter nd kim
incr. I'or UMii ;ind further InlormattcH
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MEW, ADYEBTMENTS. ...
VASTLY BETTER.! i
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THE PRICE 1 AH SELLIRQ GOODS
Gives you'advaatagea tea fold over aa ,
Auction Sale, for the reason 70a ,
can take your time and select .
that which sails you, and
get just the quality and
quantity thit yon
' wish.-.' ;
ttoond Trip Onljr l.OO.
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TH tlUJUS A TAJCLCXOa mM4,
. la short, eTtrjUiiex to be kad is a
riEST UllSS DEI GOODS STORE
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Cheap, Cheap. Cheap.
r.ivi: ME A CAU.
JOHN J. HEDRICK
Itl Harltet ttmt.
I AM SELLING
Wide Percales at 6 cents per yard,
Handsome Black and Colored Bant
inga at 15 cent per yard, worth 30.
Pretty Lawnsfast color j, at 7 cents.
White Scotch Plaid Lawn at 121c,
Pretty Cotton JPfaid Dresa Goods, at
10 els per yard, belter than 15 cents
The very best! 1 cents Bleached
Cotton over sold in this or any other
city- .1 '
5,W0 yards Hamburg Trimmings, ex
celicut quality, and very cheap, from
5 cents up. . ?
Bordered Uaudkercbiefc at 3 cenU
each, with tho largest slock in that
. line in the city.
Good 200 yards Spool Cotton, at two
i Spool for 5 cents.
COME AND LOOK AT MY STOCK
I deal for'csdh, and cater to those who
get their money by hard licks, and
propose lo give you good value
for y our maaey.
You can buy a DRESS from me for a
low price that will mati
. a young lsdy
LOOK LIKE A, PRINCESS