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City Beligious Directory for
aanaoy, Oct. 23th:
Pint Prval-Ttrritn Chores, mrnr
rirj an I O mt vtrvcta. It. J. n
Vr.a.. D P., patr( iritl at 11
S-con.1 r.rb) terfan Chncl-. (.'-m rv-
1 N H i.r fruurih auel. K- v. C. M.
front nu W aiDQt S(a, Ht-v. J. E.
Mann, paator. rvicaf at 1 1 m. tn
rili Sf rw t M. E. O.orcl., FiftS W
l-rro 2iut aumJ Utatcti Su., Rev. J.
il. KlMalry pator.
Si. Jaunrt Kriaopal Charrh corner
UarkrtAinl Third St.. liVr. Jlr.
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S. John a Eprcopl Charch corner
Tl.tr J Ami RU O-a, Su., Rrr. Mr.
t atterarto, rrcfr.
S. rauT Epiacnpal Cl'Urch ornr
Foaxtlt mod Oroj( Slav. K. T. M.
Amljirr, m.tr, mtticvs am 11a. m.,
oJ 8 p. ra.
Firmt Bjn'Ut Clnrc'. corwr Mar-
kal ami FUflb Su., Rt-t. Ja. . T-3-Uf.
paltoT, arvic 11 . Hi. d
8 p. .
9xod ILiptiat Ointcb. Sixth te-
Coarch mud Cantk Sla., ar.
vkr at 11 a. to. aoJ 71 cl m.. tr J.
Firat Frw Will RapiUt 0arcH.
jcrraer rrwrth aad DawaiaUi.am
KM at It aa
Si. Tanf Evan. Lutheran Church
corner Sixth and Market Si a.. Her.
0. 3L Bruhriro D. D.. patr, Ger
mao a&tviom at 11 a. ra., g!b r-
vtcra at T p. m.
S. Thoma CatJnJ'C Choixh.-on
Dock Wtwero Seci'Od and Thud S ,
Rev. MAik S. Onw, pastr Ker. P.
Moriy. ai'ani. Aoroing arrTro-a at
? and 10 1 o'clock, Tct.ra cliantcd
at b f. m.
Ftrat Coosgational charch, A cad
rtojr Hall. omr S..-toU aixl Nnn
(, arrTicr At 11 a. m. ana 3 p. a
SeAfno Brtriel. on Dk hlwen
Warr d Krvol at., Urr. Ju. L.
Kern, chaIaio. aric at 4 p. na.
c(. Uarka (col) Epoal Charch.
O'ftMrr Snlh ai4 Malbery ata, &oru
r? fryft 11 a. m. evening prayer
at 9 p. n.
Kteftravr Eapriat Charch (o l rd)
."Virionth helwvco Uranjfe and A no at.
W. II. Raoka, D-t"r. arrvkra at 10 J
a. at aiwl S aad 8 p. ra.
TiUitr Chjpel M. E. Chorch (el.)
cur or r STenth and B uoawick at ,
Ker. A. M a re, paater, acrvice at 11
a. n and 3 J and ? p. nv.
We thank the Newbcroun,
Kobeoaiin, Titsoa Advance aod
Pea IX Bee for kind and favorable
notices of tbe Dmochat.
Oar office is oir Evans i Von
Glahn'a shoe store, oppoata the old
Journal office. We shall be glad to
sec our friends hta ou a visit to the
Kcv. James W. Denmark, whom
uany oi our citizens know person
Aly, having formerly resided here,
but now rrsiding at Wake Forts t
College, at which institution bo grad
uated last Joae, is in tbe aity. Mr.
Denmark, knowing the wants of
miny youo men itt the State, d
vised, while at coUcg, a plan by
which those who are without means,
but who hare character aud La!ent,
can be aided so as to enable theiu to
acquire an education and give them
a chance to pay for it afterwards,
Ihe plan is very simple. It is, in
stead of donating any amount as a
g ft. to loan such funds aa may be
contributed for the purpose, to such
young men as 4dA gife bonds with
good security. At six per cent inureat
to rrn Jour jaats. Una hundred And
sixty dollars fs the maximum Am
ant loan d to any ooe for one year.
Th's gives four years after gradoa
tion to repay the money. Th e soci
ety has been incorporated and ia
knowa as the M North Carolina Bap
Ust Student's Aid AssocUtKm." It
is denocaruAtionAl only to the exteit
of being connected with WAke For
atl College Young men belonging
to any chorch or no church w li be
a did. piovided they comply with
the coalitions, which Are, that they
Are roer of talent And of good moral
rharactrr. and girt good And Appro
ved security for a 1 the money Ad
vanced them. JFo every dollar given
beeosjaes a permanent faad for Ue
I el .A
k ' illgfng CaartaaaU m W mm4m
education of the iKlient young men
oi uieai And cbtrtcterln the Sure
t : . .
now ai t Ake t orcit. to
indent under the pAtrooAro or the
Ajocatkn. Mr. Denmajk ajs he
eaa gti as moj tonnr men, who
will compl with tbo riaiml codi-
Iioua aj he can g?t fund to' loan
tucm. rrora lac examination we
haTe bven ab'e to gire the matter we
think it an excellent plan and clicor-
IilJjr give it Urn notice, believinij it
to U in furtherance of the great in
tern ta of education. Mr. Doumark
U (rreponding Secretary' and is
working in the intcrers ol ihu A
ocution. Any who can help in the
caue of education, will giTe pornia
nent aid by ajjiiting Mr. Dm mark
ia his goud work.
This tribunal began ita easion for
New Hanover county on last 31onday,
Judge Moore presiding. The calen
lar of cuats as arranred on that
diy. JnJpj Moore dip!ay good
executive ability and disimtcl.es bus
incij rapidly. lie dupraved Gnc
jai!grnent"nd a commendable d-s're
to hare justice properly disponed br
dirvoting the sheriff bot to summon
those who ha g arouud the court
room in order to g t on juries as
U'caoian but to go into the atreets
and summon good men A tpecia
Tenirt of sereuty five was ordered to
be summoned for today from which
to select a jory, to try the capital
case moved from BlAden to this
county for UiaI And which was set
for that time. Tl members of the
bar he'-d a meeting on Tuesday to
take the proper step relative to ihe
death of Adam Kmpie. Esq. A
committee war appointed to report
to an adjourned meeting on next
Monday. AH the business of this
tribunal is of a civil nature, the
Criminal Court for New Hanover
having cognixABce of a'1 crimmAl
mat urs originating ia tbe county. -
minrton the other uar, or meetlof
and conversinz with Hon. George
Davia. As is knowu to moat of our
readers, he is one of the foremost
men in our State, and would be an
excellent selection for , the Supreme
Court bench, a position that his fine
ability and loog experience would
enable him to nil with credit to
himself and honor lo the State.
We heartily join with cur contem
porary in his commendation of the
distinguished gentleman named. Xo
man in Xorth Carolina would fill
tbe position with more honor and
dignity. Take Mr. Datia altogether
he is the peer of any, and no man in
the State would grace the Supreme
Court Bnch as well as he. If be is
put upon the bench, be ought to be
made Chief Justice, as the moat bnl-
1 ant ctm ought to occupy the ehief
place in the coronet. That ought not
to be made a question of locality, but
of the qualifications of the man.
There is another position to bo filled
by tbe next--lgilature, in which
Mr. Davis, by his personal purity,
statesmanship and .thrilling elo
quence, could most effectually serve
the whole RepubTe and honor his
State. We do not know what ihe
Democratic party will do; we write
without consultation with any one
and while we express our views, we
are confident that every one feels that
they are just, and that the party will
honor itself by putting Hon. George
Davie ia either of he highest. bet
and niosFbouorable positions within
the gift of the Stata
We have received the first number
of "The Farmer and Mechanic," the
organ of the Department of Agricul
ture of Xorth Carolina, published in
Raleigh, by R. A. Shotwell, managing
editor, with John D. Cameron, John
S. Long, W. C. Kerr, A. R. Ledoux
and C. B. Deneou contributing edi
tors, at t'l per Annum. It is ah eight
page journal, containing fortyeight
columns of intereatiug and valuable
matter, original and selected. We
welcome it to our exchange list and
heartily commend it to the Indus
trial classes of Xorth Carolina, for
whom it is the professed and srortby
organ. The first number certainly
promises well and we congratulate
the management upon "the success
attained in its neat, attractive appear
ance and valuable reading matter. We
hope it will meet the support it de
aervea. We copy from it the following
sensible article, which we commend
to our own readrra and friends and aik
thens lo treat os after the same man
ner. Bt PoerTAi Our friends in all
sections or the State are requested to
consider thetnelvee corresponding
editors of the Farmer and Mechanic
to collate for its columns tbe cur
rent intelligence and noteworthy in
etdeats of I heir respective localities..
Don't hesitate because of anv lack of
WILMINGTON, N. C.f THUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1877.
familiarity with newspaper writinr
we shall supervise aii communica
tions. Boiide we don't care for fin.
writing. What we wish is:
The neisrhlorliood nets
Not pohticnl riews, '
Nor jrsonal abuse.
If our friends will kindly fill a
postal curd with accounts of all mar
riages, dejiths.accidents, crimes and
other current occurrences, we shall
be better pleased ihau we should be
were they t- st-nd us a ream of fool
atp filled with the wisdom or Solo
mon. . . a
Wc rxgre' U learn that the Bent
onsville Ht-tficc and-the mail route
from Dudley leading to that place,
have been discontinued, andtbatthe
mail lor th.it section ha been
stopped at Dudley ihe past few
weeks l-s m'H' distant. We know
of n neislilHjrlnKKl where mail fa
cilities are more urgently needed
th -t.n in tn-- Beiitonsville 6ection, and
hope t lie office m:iy b speedily re
at a. r - O
opone!. A noun io or ou copies of
ti;-- Messenger were- taKen at the
IViitonstille offifv, and siuce tbe
a if if .
servn-e lias ix-en uiacoiinuueu our
sub.s.-nberj there have not been able
o receive them. A e wish to call
the attention o Hon. J. J. Davis to
this matter uud trust he will have
the oCice reojeued. Messenger.
The post offices xt Branch's Storo,
and l.'ocfisli, iu Pup liu connty, and
Six Hunt in bampsou county, Lave
been discontinued also. Instead of
discontinuing post offices and postal
routes these facilities ought to be
doubled. We know of localities in
this vicinity, in which new routes
ought to be established and of several
places on present routes at which
offices ought to be established. If
our "erring Southern brother , the
Postmaster General, would gire his
attention to these wants of the peo
p'e. be would much better serve bis
country and gire more popularity
for his fraudulent chief than by
jnnfcrting around maligning his na
tive South. We join our frieud, the
Messenger, in his request and ask
oat Representatire, Col. Waddell, to
look after these matter. .
rrmAt t that tU uaaH-aarCrT
some of trxa avml i-r itaooauaaej
offices have violated some law of the
Department by trading in stampa
iu other jurisdictions, or in some
other way but that, while it may
justly merit the removal of the post
masters can :u no wise justny the
discontinuance of the post offices.
We need more postal routes aud
more post offices. Lit the people
infeieated get up applications and
recommend some one for postmaster
bo will act not for the money to be
made, whec m most instances
amounts to a mere trifle, but for the
accommodation of his neighbors,
and forward the same to our Repre
sentative in Congress, who will give
all the aid necessary.
L.lCT'fOti COUNT IOCALH
C. W. HOWARD. Editor.
There is some sickness in and
about Kinstou, but very Mtle ot a
serious nature "
It baa been quite warm for several
dars past, but now begins to look
and leel use me ran aeaaon.
Kinston Collegiate Institute is
constant 'T increasing, beveral new
pu-.il bare come iu uuring the past
Tbe mills bel-nging to 31 r. J. c.
TTannadv. which were stopped bv thf
breakine of the dam during the wet
weather, are repairea anu are now
Tbere'wa! a death in the familv
of Jas. ai. wewoorae, x,sq., on the
w m a - IT .
19th mst. uis nine dov, aired
about 5 years, lie had. beeu in bad
health for some time.
'Farmers hare realised considerable
oaa on account oi tne recent mces
sant rainy weaincr. fiucu corn
that was not overflowed bv rivera
and creeks, has sprouted from the
water, which remajnea in tne shuck
to long a time.
Many ciiuens Irom our section
wre in attendance at the State Fair
some oi wnoui rewum jjit-mmms on
st:k and poultry exnibited. ve
have not learneu cne patiiculars vet
but win give fcuc uuuics ui iiie par.
ties receiving prises, the thinM aT.
.ibited and tbe premiums ol-tainM'
Mr. J. S. Midyette, t-rincinai r
K.1UBCOD SCUOOl, wuw wasarnriTa.)
a. place for teaching, by the recent
tirt in Kinsiou, wi "u;ii von hrm
been Informed in the letter written
by "Maister,"; u continuing hi,
nooi in aamait uuuio xionn of ho
. a . w mirnno r
UM SCnOOl UOU .ciuynw: UUiminir I
an acadVmy, which we suppose will
soon be under way.
Mr. Ja.' n rper, a form,.
wTaoI of Kinston. was in
fewdayaago and informed usth.
ha intended wonv back t0 0
town about me nrs oi wan uarv ibto
Mr. Harp, r ia a man of fine fl7:
ability.- He gradiuted ZIP
quite a Young man. and be?.n .V6
ried, after which he enga,; " m
chaudismg for a few 15
atand ta the eoULtrr ,k- "ien
term actir. ly at work, fanS h"
hi return to Kinston he will receive
a hearty welcome. It is reported
that others are going to move to
Kinston this Fall.
A few of the teachers in Lenoir
have been discussing the feasibility
of a Teachers Association, to he
composed of all tlie teachers m the
countv and others who may wish to
join tfmm. The object of the Asso
ciation is to bring the teachers to
gethrr, where they can consult and
communicato with each other in ref
erence to the beet plans of teaching
and thereby ra'se ti.e present stan
dard of teaching in " our section,' of
tie country. If this is done it "will
be very beneficial to the teacher?.
:We trut that an organization will
soon be accomplished, as many or
our teachers are badly in need of it.
There is quite a number of first diss
t nchers in this county, who if united
in their labors, could do a great
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Maguolia Baptist church will be
held next Saturday and Sunday.
Cupt. J. M. Hartscll, of Magnolia
we regiet to learn, fcprainedhis anklo
a few days ugo which made him lame
for a short tim
There are eight prisoners, all. col
oicd,in jail,awaiting trial at Superior
Court, which convenes at Kenans
ville on the 3rd Monday in Novetu
Mr. W. A. Moore and F. E. Begis-i
ter went to Newbcru, ou Monday
last, having been summoned by th
U. S. Marshal to appear as witnesses
in the District Tourt ot the U. S. mir
in session at that place against John
D. Waters ho stands indicted for
Mr. Benajah Dickson, or Rockfish
township, who has shown ' signs of
insanity for some time,having become
dangerous, has ben arrested aud
lodged in. the common jail topreveut
his doing damag. We uuderstaud
that tbe Asylum is fu', hence tbe
necessity,! placing Mr. Dickson in
the county jail. It is a great hard
ship upon this poor unfortunate man
andhows the neceasityof - .great -r
accommodations iu the Asymm for
tois aaicted portion bi our people. -
TAT. OLIVE LOCALS.
D. J. AABON, Editor.
Business is good.
W. F. English was quite ill for
some uays, but we are giaa to see
him out again.
Services at the Methodis'f, church
on last Sunday by the pastor Rev.
Cotton 91 to 10c ; Seed cotton 3c
to 31: I urientine $1.80; Whet $1.25:
Corn 60; Fodder &c ; Peas 60; Eggs
idc : roiaioea ooc ; unicicens id to
C. K. Millard dime near losing his
um bouse and con ten is on last Sat
r mor...uK. xMcre were maicne
a in on
g the cotton. Uaution should
o.,i cnni, ,,..0,1 k-a
. . I
There seemed to be quite a lively
disposition among the ''sports on
Saturday mgbu a ngnt was-
"hatched up. and o.e Idler got a
lick on his . major maxillary, and
was eased oh!, about fifteen feer. No
bones were broken, but he was ter
r.blv bruised. ul'he way. of tbe
transgressor s nard.
The Fall Term of Wayne Superior
Court convened on last Monday,
Judge Eure presiding. Tliere are
several capital cases, t or oj. Jt
l I . gm t
seems that, crime is increasing, hot-
withstanding all our legal appliances.
We hope that justice may again be
. v ... ... 1 .
blindfolded and that the balances may
refrain tneir lormer . eqiuiionuui.
. r -i : 1
Those, who hold th life of a fellow
being as nothing, should be made to
know that remounon ana justice
will be meted out.
Ik ru bo k1 range, I dont know how,
I can not mak dam out;
Doaa deniocradio papuri liuw,
How Hayea ras for de .Suth
Ia it all droe 1 Ia it py iheaff u 1
Ho some goot obiiuuua vone.
Bat van too drink ov 8 to 7,
It dells how it vas done.
Yell, I declare, it vas so adransre
Van tings toak kiich a turn,
I can not deU I vish I can,
I dried my ps o lru
Dara vaa vtMang I kuowa of,
Dot Sheneral Mua got dot Joseph
Dwt aaSnga paok vas not xot pajW
IX r latian vas no coward.
Oh, no,, by dinks, dey do not yait -
rot dot swindler, O I OI Hasrd. ?
Ti. arc -i x a case of sad affiic tib a
our midst. Little Rate aiiiiaro, tne
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intcrestii. spngnuy and ipyeiy nine
daughter of Air. Mary ilillarJ, Has
anfTrwl the most excruciating pain
for reveral werks, from erysipeias.
The fell disease haa ! completely re
Ar.rA th rjerfect form of the lovely
child, una she is a mere shadow aud
her limbs bare oeen urawu uu sue m
completely helpless. Thong . rucked
and wasted with constant pain her
face is calm and sweet as a.i ange. a,
All lote ber and deeply sympathise
with her and her distressed mother.
We attended a meeting sort
time ago . .
The minister said: "My Brethren
v tell vou in adzactly what
owe, or .Wr'
will find tne auojw v. v C " Zit-
Knt 1 am sartm shore- that
they are in tbe last part of Daniel."
ir.-'i-i fianipl in the den of lions,
and left him the worst mutilated and
misrepresented man we ever heard
of. He preacnea me uiriroi
we ever beam; yet we
tr: ;W Here is a fine field for
missionary work at our doors. I We
hope that some active, intelligent
minister will canvass a section' that
we can name.
During the colored conference- here,
we saw rare collections of umbrellas
and carpet bags. They were of all
color and all 8tylef3 from the brus
sels carpet to the war bag, the colors
of the rainbow, were displayed. ; Car
pet bags w'th patent insides and
some with none at all long bags,
short bags, If an bags, andifat bag-,
grab bags and Kentucky sackaTSome
with names on hem and some 5 w if
out. We saw one fall open, it had a
dirty piper collar and a hymn book
and the "Discipline.' Every man
toted" his wherever he went "they
were inseparable. Wherever you
found "de brudder you found bis
dilapidated nmbrell i aud his antigue
bag. We counted twenty-two' hun
dred and stopped, fly y were, taken
altogether, the leanest bag- we ever
saw. We never exct to see such
a rare collection again. Barnum
would pay well . for the assortment.
The colored people had a confer
ence here during the past" week. It
was largely attended. There were
some 175 ministers, and delegates,
the majority of them ministers. On
iron lay there were,: at least, 2,500,
on the grounds. We are sorry to
si that we can't discover any deci
ded intellectual improvement in
them. We heard onp preach du
ring the week, at the evening ser-.
vices at.d report some of his words,
to show, what a rich fWd, there is for
missionaries in our midst among this
class. He said, among other things,
"when de cup of God's eternal wraff
runs over, and runs down on de sides
of de earth, and melts de firm'ent
with ferment hear, Til be dog-gone
ef then don't be bisness times down
here den, and you will den be sorry
dat you did not listen to me:" Now,
while there is so much lamentable
ignorance among the colored people,
a large class of our white friends are
almost as ignorant, which is more to
their shame, as their opportunities
have been, better ! and associations
more advantageous. ; -
Mr. D. W. Wells residing near
Ilarrell's tore, in Franklin town
ship, tailing to get a stand of cotton
on a. plat of something lessUhan
three acrpg of nn lund.o. nnt it in
corn and peas. He bestowed onlv
four days work on it after planting
and has gatnered irom it 125 bushels
of corn 1,100 lbs of fodder and 50
bushels of peas. We call that ex
cellem. Who can beat it ?
. 'Mr. Jefferson Corbett, aged about
19, son of Mr. James Corbett, of
Franklin township, was killed on
Tuesday morning of last week, about
Z o clock. The young man and oth
i . ..a i .i i j
era were ui iiuiii.iii2i.aiiu me uotrs
ohaM ihe. ' trt
f Jta i , v. n
tree, they proceeded to fell
I i u 1 11 j: .j. i-.h
I vwikii "ag iu hjv xvux Ml tUC Ul ctj
i niicu n i' 11. nit: l i Ltr uiu uot 1811
c ear, but lode- d, which caused it to
jump back. It caught Mr.' Corbett
against another tree and crushed him
so comp ete! v that he died in a few
hours. His father was in i Wilmine
ton at the t me and arrived at home
.a ' ...
to s e tne mutilated rema ns of his
seny.and to mourn his ad and un
timely end. The family have the
sincere sympathy of a L
TTDITOHXAX NEWS NOTES.
Mbrtou wants Hayes sustained it is
Th. Enlisli ini.n-ion has bceu ten
dered 10. Simon Cameron.
A fearful calamity has occurred
iu an. English mine by which 400 hu
man beings have lost their lives.
TIe latest news looks more favor
able f.-r the success of the Republi-
citir cause in Ui ance. A compromise
ministry U spoken of. It is hard to
eJI what a day may bring forth in
Ti e RussianH.mider the Grand Dakt
Slieh;iel have inflicted a, severe defeat
upim the Turks under Makhtar Pasha
in Ama, capturing 18,000 tntopa and
40 cannon The Turks are retreating
d the Riiasiaus advancing on Kar-.
In Eur pe the Turks show signs of
retrograde inovement. The Czar
will atay with 1 he array in Bulgaria.
The Bue itns ate i building raihoads
and prep tring for greater efforts.
In Couress Hon. Ad M. Waddell
has intn-duced a bill to abolish the U.
S. -Judicial District known as tie
Western District for N. C Tie
charlotte Democrat ppoa-s tle abo
lition. Senator Merrimnn ' has intr
duced a bill to amend tbe law rt-1 ttive
tc election of President and Vice-
President. rmigiana afftirs seem very
much complicated land the probabili
ties are that the matter will be nf er
red back t9 the Lt-gpalature of that
'7 1 wMaaaaa
L , . .: '
Oa Bandar the 14th of October. 1877. at the
res deoee of XLra. lOixa tttroad. ia uUbartaoa'a
towuauip, uapaa eooaty. bj John, UaxweU,
ciq., jot. scapnaa oiroua
to XissJtoT bsa
Market RerieW. for- the week end
ing Wednesday OcC24.
Sprarrs TcBPKjmjrE.-Thursday Oct.
18th. Market qniet, 82 casks coun
try packages sold at( 32 centa per
gallon and 5 caska city distilled at
321 cents. V .r J-
v Friday 19th Same as yesterday,
sales of 150-CBSa or onuutry and. 5
of. city distilled. -.- . , " ' , '
Saturday 20th Market quiet but
weak, 50 casks country sold at 31
cents per gallqp and 100 city distilled
Monday 22d. Same as Saturday
with sales of 150 casks of country
Tuesday 23d. Sales of 200 casks
country packages and 5 of city dis
tilled hold at same figures as on Sat
urday and- Monday. Market steady.
Wdnesday 24th, Market firra at
31 cuts. No sales.
Crcdb TmiPaNTiNE -Thursday Oct.
18th. Market firm. Hard 1.45 soft
and virgin 2.45.
Friday 19th. Market quiet but
Saturday 20th. Market steady.
Monday 22d.- Same as Saturday.
Tuesday 23d. Same as Monday.
Wednesday 24th. Same as Mon
day. BosiW.-Thnrsday Oct. 18th Mar
ket opened firm, 1,42 O 1.471. tor
strained and good strained, after
wards it became unsettled 500 barrels
selling at 1 50 and 1,500 at 1.45, the
closing price paid. i
Friday 19th Market firra, 16
bbls sold at 147.
Saturday 20ih. Market qaiet, 350
bbls sold at 1 47 J a ud 500 good
atraii.ed at 1 50. ' '
Monday 22d. Market firm, 1.45
f.r strHined, 1.50 fr good atrained,
2,000 bbta of the latter sold.
Tut day 23 1. Saino as Monday.
Xo 8 tlea.reprt'd. ' .
Wednewdaj 24tb -4Si? ' Tu s
day, no ial-. K ' '
Tab. Tiinrwlay Oct. i8t'i. Mar
ket quet ales at 1.7o. :
Fridav 19th Market- aniet. withJ
. f . 7
declining tendency, snlea t 1.60
isaturdajf 20Wi ;j-J:atsqaiet
another decline of S cema on I
barrel. ' ' " , ' - x.
advanced 5 cents over patuiday 4
sales. , .
Tuesday 23d Same as Monday.
Wednesday Z4tn. same as on
CoTTOH. Tharsdar Oct 18th.
Maiket quiet but somewhat steadier
with sales oi 175 bales ou a basis o
101 cents for middliiifr. ' "
Fiidsy l9ih.-Srae as Thursday
with sales ot 229 bales.
Saturday 20tb. Market steadier,
but hgures unchanged, sales .of, 137
Monday 22d.--Market firmer.
Good Ordinary, 91
Low "Middling, 10
Middling, .10 116
Good Middling, , 10$
Sales of 501 bales.
Tuesday 23d. Market firm, sales
of 30 bak s on a basis of !Q cts per
id ior middling
WeaneHday 34th Market quiet.
saies 01 24 uaiea reported. " .
Tne official quotations are as fol
lows : . .
G kxI Ordinary,
Receipts for the week ending Oct.
Gotton, 5,99 bal. s; Spirits Tur-
pentiu's 2417 caaks; Rsin, 8,174
barrels: Crude Turpentine. 2,122
barrels ; Tar, 447 barrels.
' aXPUBTKS VXCUiT BV , ' ' - ',
li. IIOLLINGSWORTH & CO.
. i 121a
. UO a i-.
. . all
. . 6 a 7
. 20 a 40
. 2 a 31
. 9 a II
. 85 a 100
. 15 a 20
. a Yl
. 75 a 80
9 50 a 13 00
12 a 15
. I ; . a
80 a 1.90
i 6, 8
60 a 75
per bid,' 100
75 a 1.00
5 a 8
. a 03
Butter, . .
V0 tf VkVt 111 fliiA1
Lint, . .
Corn, . .
Eggs, . .
Flour, . '
Meal, ' ' .
Turpt. Yellow Dip
Morata's f " For banw and'acalds, bites of
Scwbdv I insects, pot eon by rVy.frozen limbs
1 1 ; 'S m k, diaeharainw airni mlk
IST. sore aad weak eyaa. buila, earbiuolea, fal-
oaa and stree. aore
ntppLes, broken breasts.
toushatbe, blind and bleeding; piiea, ble'ding
ot the lana-a, uterine bemorrheKe and lnflama
tionaand nloeratloas peculiar to femalee is
8Awroas's Exraacr r Witch Hazsx. Ask for
it, baeaase it is better, strongr and cheaper
tnaa aovotaar, and Is warranted bv Weeks
Potter, Wbolaaale Drnejrists. 800 Waahinrton
St., Beaton, Masa. 00 1S-4W
Advertiasra who desire will be allowed to
chutea their advertisements eaeh week with
out additional chart.
BnaiAeaa notioaa tn looal eoluma will be
. i- ' U . 1 '
barged 15 eents per line for the ftrat laeartioa
and 10 centa pet line fhemner.
TERMS CASfil ON BKatAKXA i
... i J i 'i:
WTLMBf OTON MaVWrXT
HALL A PEARS ALL,
GROCKES AND jOOMMISStO MARCHAKTA
' :j ' AKTICLAS.
BACON n. 0, HAms,
Sides, .1 .'
Hog Round, .. ..
Western Hams, .
D. S. Sales,' .....
' D. S. Siouldera..
BEEF ! '
. JLn he hobC...
Ordinary,.... . ...
.. Low Middling,. ..
93 O W
n io J
10i Oi io.
EGGS per dozen;. . ...
M GLASSES j-
New Orieans, . . .
Sugar House, hhds
" ,' " bbls
Cuba, ft hhds,. . . .
15 CD 30
17 O 20
55 ! fTJ 0U
89 f SO
t9 0 o :
: 42 (3) 45
STAVES ' -'a li"
White 0ak,i M 15.WTO 2a.00
n vvliitA Oak. ubl ..
' Red- ' "' ''
TAR per blbl.......
TIMBER j . -
' Ordinary,;..'. .
-.Very Good, . ... . .
Prime Mill, ..
4.oo o e o
7 00 O 8.00
SUained;pr bol,. -LO a
8PTS TURPENTINE .
per, jrallon,. ...
j Yellow Dip,..
-'"IlArd. I... -; -. I4
. NEW ADVERTISE
j ' f
I DESIRE Ttv
hearty thauks to m v
Dublic who have ext
r beral pat rona ge d a r . . .
year. .ff.; '
It is my purpose to keeps
DRESS GOODS and TBI
always replete with fresh n.
able articles adapted tO:the
aid require men ta of aFlRST-C-TRADE;
My carpet roma hare been eu -Iarged,
and in thia department will be
kept nearly eveiy grade of goods,
with ; ' -. ' . )', ;'. .
Rugoj Mato. Oil 'Cloth
Made-up.. underwearfor ladies in
all earmenta as cheap cr chesper
than-yon' will get by sending to retail
deAlers in the Worth, ! 1 f. :
"DOMESTIC" PAPER PAT-
TEUNS Catatonia sent to any ouo
iuaaiu puuavtou. u
f R. H. McINTIRE,
North Front St Wilmington, N. C. j
Discount allowed all ministera 10
per cent, on amounts over Five Dot-1
ars. ? 4 1 '
COCDTEAR'3 JRUELTER fS0025,
Vulcanised Bobber la evary ConoeiraUe Forai,
Adapted to Universal Uaa. I ;. .
ANT ABTZCLX XTITDKB XOUH TOVSt
WEIGHT CAM BX 8ZNT BY 7KAIL,
'WIITD AKD T7ATEB PEOOP
carmeaU a rpeoiaHty; Oar eiotk Irarfaee ao at
combinaa two gam an ta ia na. Feratanay
weather, it is a Ferfect Watw Proof, aad la a
dry weather, a . h . rl
HEAT JLNP TTDYOVEECQAT.
Bt a neooUar Drooeaa. the rubber IS tut be
tween the two cloth surfaces, which prevents
smelling or sticking, area in the hottest cli
mates. Thx-y are made ia three eelora Blae
tuaoa aaa strews. ix
Are Light, Portable, Strong and
We are bow oOariar them at the wztrema
low price of 10 eaeh. Sent poat-paU to say
address upon reoript d price. 1 fJ- T - J
. When ordarinc state sUe arosmlobest. srw "
'vest. '.'.- 1 .-'
Reliable nartiaa deairlnar to see our rood. .
can send tor our Trrde Journal, firing daaorfp
(ton or our laaaiwg aniotae. 1 1 1 .
Ba sure aad - ri the Original Ooodreai'a
ateaa vuioaBiaaa laonca. I '
mr Send for uiaatratea Prioe-Ust of oar
Celebrated Fopket Qymnaalnaa. j
lEaipaf t Bcibr Cdrbr fc.
Hade aav day ia ttm ajtd uaxiA. Inreet aa
eordhiA to mu means. S10. AM ot flOO, In
took privuexea, has brought A mail for (ana
to the eareful inreator. We adriaa wnaa aal
how to operate aafelr. Book with full infor
mation seat free. - Addraae ordara bv man aad
-rPh ' L BAXTKB i OO n
uaaKsra ana urosere, i "
and Revolvers. If HJntrste4
Price LUt free. Oraat Waatera
aitUbur8;Pa. - ) 'oolS-4 j ,
SS Xaa Jsve vaaw. . T,
" tm"-P Sroavn,
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