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THIS PAPER
i. nioUshed every AfWraooa, Bu4ji.
ptdbr
JOSH. T. JAMES,
EDITOK AHD PKOFRIXTOK.
nBSCRIPTIONS. POSTAGE PAID.
0a jer,$5 00 Six months, $2 50 ; Three
oth, f 1 une monin, ou win.
The PPr be delirered by carriers,
r of charge, in any part of the city, at the
tK)Te rates, or 13 cents per week
IdTertidstr ,ow nd liberal
sy Subscribers will please report any and
4lt fiiUrei to receive their papers regularly.
Miscellaneous.
BROWN & RODDICK.
45 Market St.
Wp have just finished taking our annual
4rc dm. of sock, and are now daily receiv
i, N'KW GOODS from the Northern
illi ki ts, suil able for the
FALL AXD WINTER TRADE !
ur patrons will study their beat inter
ests by making their puichas s as early in
ihd Season as convenieiit,as the general in
dications of the market have an upward
t.:i(le cy. We have just received over
20,000 YARDS BEST CALICO !
1'iucE o ;en'J s.
Wholesale buyers would do well to look
over our -took before purchasing as we
have a great many so ds we are offering
much Jl.jw TUE PRESENT MAKKET
VALUE.
Fans & Parasols.
Closing out the balance at Greatly Re
duc.d Prices.
plain, Striped and Checked Nainsook
Uuslins. The best value ever offered.
Call and examine.
Linen Lawns from 12 to 20 cents.
Dress Goods.
Our Variety Large. Our pi ices ARE
LOW. 8o upwards.
Lacas.
IJrfttonne, Torchon and -Italian Laces.
We have very much thJ Largest assort
ment that ha s been offered in this city and
Mir prices either by the jard or piece, can
not be uudersold.
Ouilts.
Domestic and Imported Quilts. Our stock
of the above is large. We have marked
uone up in price, preferring to give our
patrons an opportunity to supply their
wants at the old prices
Table Linens-Towels
and Napkins.
Our present assortment excels anything
we have ever shown.
Call and give our stock a look oyer. Our
Buyer la iu the market at present and we
are receiving many Novelties.
OUR
5 and lO Cents
Is situated on the S. W. corner of Market
and Second streets.and every Steamer that
cornea into this port brings a Fresh Lot of
the most surpiis ngly Cheap and Useful"
wo us that ever were offered in any mar
ket under ar.y circumstances. We offer
great jndup rnents to Wholesale Payers.
BROWN & RODDICK,
45 HXarfcet Street-
lug 10
Manchester Yarn.
25 Bile. MANCHESTER YARN.
A superior quality, just received
9 Bales Lake George Sheeting,
Salt, Bagging Tier-
fiOOO 8c" LIVERPOOL SALT.
W ... Htriped Sacks,
1200 l)cU,Mld H.,(olhJ BAQQINO,
3300 HnDdIe' 5ew TIE8
Flour, Bacon, &c.
1S00 BbU Fresh Flour,
5! Swxe8 D rt nd Smoked Sides,
60 Bbli City Mes. Pork,
1M Extra C, and C.
d'1 and Brtxe Fre'h Crackers,
lib Bxes Cream Cheese;
i'otMh, Lye, 8oda, Soap, SUreh,
oujikets, Paper Twipe.
Fnr sale low by
Wholesale Oro. k Com. Mer.
Baby Syrup.
pAkKER.8 Q1SOER TONIC, Indian
tholgofu.. Bull's Coub Byinp, Klnti
toto Cur., Aiers Ape Cure and. a eon,.
Pkit stock of pmrt Drwind Medicines.
- F. C. MILLER,
rn day Zlt
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Tie 1 Baily Review. ,
VOL. IV
LOCAL NEWS.
New Advertisements.
B. M. McIktiri Drj floods Carpets.
Mostoi t's Ccming Every Day,! j
Hall & Psarsall Mullets- !
A. ArI. OHaiKR Ipy a.e Mere.
Is summer nejver going to lave
Wirdow Glass--ah sizes at ltafler &
Price's.
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The thermometer was
at 8 o'clock. ill
86 iu this 'office
Window Glaus ot all sizes at Jacobi &
Hardware Depot.
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The receipts ot cotton
at this port to-
day foot up 1,41 bales.
The bark " Fingal Foleson, sailed from
Glasgow on the 24thi!ult,
for this port.
For bar steel, i iron and carriage
goods
go to Jacobi's Hardware
epot.
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The steamship Jlequtator arrived iL
New York, from thio uort.l at noon to-
day.
The sieatn&Nip Ty 'jee,
Citpt.' Trybou,
sailed hence for' New ork early t bi&
morniDg.
The Norwegian bark
Eaxinius, Tal
LJ i ...La
Iaksan. from this rort was' at Bermuda
on the 2nd inst. J d is charging
The Norwegian bark j Valkyr ien,
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sen. hence t.r UriHtol. Eng.. arrived
at
re
that port on 2nd inst , having been
leased from quarantine.
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Save your money by buying jour Build
nfe Supplies from Altaff'er: & Price.
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The Champion (Base Bill1 Club will
meet to-uight to decide as to their goirjg
to Wadt-sboro during f the j Anson county
fa To go or not to gojis the question
to be decided. ,
J he next matoh same
between
the
Champion and Home Base Ball Clubs, of
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this city, will be played on Wednesday
the 16th inst.. at the Athletic grouhd
in the First Ward. ' I I ' l l
The Cornet , Concert Club were
out
were
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serenading last eVeniqj
Thev
hauled around the town by four jfifle
large horses hitched i to Cap t. Bouther
lands Wagonettejj The! I horses were
decorated with plumi s and dressed with
sleigh bells. i ! ' ' , !
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The best N inJows, Dors and Blinds
and Lowest Prices can be 'got! at Jacobi's
Hardware Depot,
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We have beenj favored with an invita
tion to a panoramic exhibition at the City
Hall to-night for which we tender our
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thanks.
It is under Itbei
direction
of
Prof. J. C Hazelyj and represents ecenea
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and customs in Africa, and is for the bene
fit -ecsi. c . u 1 I t dl rtu.. ill l
fit of St. Ste-phen's
ill LJ. uuuitu, ui-
ored.
You cau get the best Wlilte Iead,
raiuts
and Oils, and lowest prices at Jacobi's
Hardware Depot.
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Criminal Court.
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' The following cases were disp
OaBU OI
to-day: ' ,
State ys Horace .Moore,; cnarge
with
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misdemeanor Verdici noi guilty.'
State vs T. C. Miller, charged' with
wilful trespass. Verdict not guilty.
State vs Gabe Everett, i charged
with
larceoy. On trial.
Fire Parade.
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The white fire companies ! of this city
will have their annual parade . on
some
day next week. Committees of Confer
,ence have been appointed
by the differ-
ent organisations in
erested, but have not
as yet decided upon
any
definite! time.
The 10th of t e month is t
e date we un-
derstand that is generally observed in this
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way. I
Tbe Lecture Last Night.
The promised lecture on Hebrew Juris
prudence,, by Babbi Mendelsohn, was
delivered before! the Historical Society
last night. The audience, though small
was select, refined and! cultivated, and
keenly appreciated the; leairned effort of
the speaker, to whom hey paid the meat
profound attention, j. 1
Tbe subject was treated
in an t-xhau-
tive xnauner, betraying evidence,of patient
investigation and thorough research.
After the delivery of the address it was
aunounced that Hon. A. M Waddll had
prepared a paper on the; ancient history
of North Carolina, and a committee con
sisting oi uuuge
Cantwell, Rev. Dr.
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Watson and Mr. A.
HJ Sprunt was ap-r
pointed to confer with Col. Wa4dell and
reeaest its delivery! before the society
Wilmington, n.c, Tuesday, October ?, Im.
Meeting or the Board of Aldetmen.
The regular monthly me ting of the
Board of Aldermen was held yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Present,
His Honor Mayor Fjsbb.ate and Alder
men Myers, Flancer, Bowden, VonGlahn,
Vollers, King, Lfjwrey, Hill.
The'minutes of the last meeting were
read and appro vedL
T'je Co:nuitte on Fire Department re'
ported progress, in relation to the matter
of a Kerosene Oil standard, i
1 he Committee on Streets an ! Vharves
reported progress on tue uate Otainance.
' The C.-mmittee appointed upon the
matter iu which Mr. A. Oidham is inter
ested reported progress.
Tne Committee on Fire Department
suggested that the extension of tue Cape
Fear Engine House be postponed for this
year on account of want of fuuds. Adop
ted. 1 i '
i A petition to erect coal bins on North
Water street, from J. A. Springer, was
granted.
T ie following was referred to the Com
mittee on Fire Department:
brdered, That at all fires within the
city nooks, whenever in the opinion of
the ChL-f ot the hire Department, the
lire is under control, aud the further at
tendance of the Fire Department is not
required to keep the fire from spreading
to adjoining property, then its attendance
as a public duty shall cease; and any fur
ther services ot the Fire Deparment , or
any one cf the companies which may be
required or demanded, shall be at the fol
lowing charge, to be paid by those inter
ested or Leuefitted, viz: $5.00 per hour fir
ach steam fire engine company for day
seavice, and $7.00 per hour for night ser
vice half to go to the company so em
ployed, and half to go into the City
Treasury, for the wear end tear of the
engine and the fuel consumed, half ot the
above prices to be charged for the service
of a hook and ladder and hand engine, all
of which shall go to the company. :
The Chief of the Fire j Department is
hereby charged with theexecutiou of this
ordinance. j ' j 1 I
The iollowing, recommended by the
Clerk of the Market, was' - referred to the
Committee on Market and Feet:
Ordered, That the Chief of Police, with
the concurrence ot the Clerk of the Market,
be required, and is hereby required and
instructed, to have the stand tor market
carts changed from its present location, on
Market and Second streets, to Front stieet,
between kla.ket and Oiauge streets; the
chauge to be made on or before the loth
instant, aud after that date no market carts
to occupy any other standout the latter.
A pe'itiou from sundry citizens for a foot
bridge over the Wilmington & Weldon
Railroad, on Fourth street : was granted, the
cityagteeing to furnish material to an
amouut not to exceed $173.
A petition from Wilming'on Steam Fire
Engine Company No, 1, for an appropria
tion of one hundred dollars to aid in buy
ing a horse to replace the i one killed iu
service, was granteu.
A resolution was adopted requesting the
Board of Audit and Fina'uce to reconsider
their aqtiou disapproving the appropriation
of 100 to Mr. Walkei Meares, and that
jthey grant the same.
A communication from
Mr. U Nutt
was received aud read. Oa motion, the
c jse was reopened and the petitioner allow
ed to be heard by counsel.
The Mayor called the attention of the
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Board to the dock and whaif at the foot
of Bed Cross street, when
the matter was
on Streets and
referred to the Committee
Wharves, to report at the next meeting
of the Board.
A communication from
Cato Banting
was read and referred to the Finance Com
mittee. M i
Application from Lewis Bryant and O.
Royal, to rent the city wharf at the foot
of Mulberry street, was Referred to tjie
Committee on Streets and VVharvepj - j
The following Ordinance was adopted:
O. dered, That from October 6th, 1879,
the City Hall shalL not be! rented, leased
or used for purposes other than religious
or charitable, and under no circumstances
will dancing be allowed in the building.
, Provided, further. That the Hall shall
not be used for any purpose except on the
paymeut of ten dollars pe day or night,
and shall not be kept open after 1 o'clock
at night. ' . 1
All ordinances or parts of ordinances in
con'flict with the above i are hereby re
pealed, j j
j Alderman Fianner moved that hereafter
the Police Regulations be rigid y ' en
forc d.
The petition of the Clerk and Treasurer
for an increase ot pay, was, on motion of
Alderman Myers, referred to the com-
mittee on Finance, and an increase to $1,
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500 reccmn-.ended. j
The report of the Chief Engineer of the
Fire Department Was read aud ordered on
file, i ; i ! I
Note. This report was pub'ished in
the Rxyiew yesterday.
The Board the n adjourned.
Signals up at Smith Title.
dj rererence to the report from the
Signal Service Office elsewhere pulisbed it
will be observed that Signals are ordered
np at Boiithville. This betokens a little
bloT wmCD ol,r port however may
possibly escape.
Ciij Court- i
David Lucas, colored, was arraigned
upon the charge of disorderly conduct,
and had judgment suspended upon pay
ment of costs. i
Carl Gertner, arraigned for disorderly
conduct and resisting polios was fined $10
or given the preference of twenty days iL
the city prison. This ended the proceed
jugs and the Court adjourned.
Magistrate's Court.
Josephine Harlle, colored, arraigned
for wilul trespass before Justice Gard
ner, waB fined $10 and costs and commit
ted on default of payment of the eame. ,
Dinck Holmes, colored, arraigned be-
fore a trial Justice for misdemeanor, was
bound over to the Criminal Court1 in the
sum f $50 for his appearance at that tri
bunal.
Painful Accident.
Mi
r. Wm. Kinnon, first mate of the
steam tug Easton, met with a painful
accident yesterday at the Magnolia Rock
Quarry, a few miles above this city. The
Easton had some scows in tow, and it
was decided to give them more hawser.
Mr. Kinnon was attending to letting
out the hawser when his right leg became
entangled in the coil of rope and was
drawn down to the ''bite" before it could
be disentangled, It was considerably
bruised but the bone was not crushed.
Mr. Kinnon was cared for as soon as
pos-ible and is to-day doing well, but
unable to use his bruised limb. He was
very
fortunate; in not
having
his leg
severed by the hawser.
Strangers iu the city should not
fail to
visit j the S sh Factory toot of Walnut
street. . j j ' f
County Uomiuissioners.
The following business was transacted
after pur report yesterday: J
Taxes against W. j CJ Fergus, having
already been listed, were remitted, the
same had been charged twice, and ,tbe
taxes against the estate of D. Fergus,
valuation $1,760, were ordered to be
charged to Wi C. Fergus.'
The petition of C. C. Kail way Company
to amend its tax list, was granted and
ordered that said Company be permitted
to withdraw its protest and list its person
al property at the sum of $80,000. j
In relation to the application of thi
Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta Rail
road Company, to amend its tax list of
personal property, it was ordered that said
Company be allowed to list its pergonal
property at the sum of $40,000
Ordered, that Walter Coney, agent, 1 e
perm itted to list the steam tugs Blanche
and Douglass at the sum of p5,0QQ.
Ordered, that the tajc. on, the schooner
Snow Storm, improperly asse-sed, be re
mitted, the same having been listed as per
sonal property by P. Gumming & Co.
Taxes on the schooners Ediwrds, Minnie
Ward and Ann Ray, were hto l emitted,
the same having been already listed by
Edwards & Hall. j
The delii quent tax against F. M. Agos
tiui was oidered remitted, the same having
been listed. j
Tax on Uuited States bonds listed by
A H Keily was ordered remitted.
It was ordered that the Sheriff be in
structed to return to Roderick McRae the
deed r property sold for enjoined taxes,
for 1875, the same having been, sold in
consequence of a clerical error. -
The County Treasurer submitted hig
monthly report for September, showing
balance due him on the general iwcount
of $94 4.30 j and on special fund balance
due him $929 79. Examined and found
correct.-" j j .
Fifty three coupons submitt d by the
Treasurer were examined and burned by
the Board. ;
The report of the Board of Education
was submitted, sho w id g a balance on band
of $5,825 17.
The Register submitted hh report, show
ing !$17.10 as th,e amount paid to the
Treasurer for marriage licenses for tLe
month. Received and ordered on tile.
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On motion, the Board adjourned ft
meet 'on the first Monday in November
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next, at 2 30 p. cn, j
I Free Shade, Middlesex Co. Va.
! Having used Dr. Bull's Baby 8yrnp in
my family with the greatest degree of
satisfaction, I unhesitatingly recoinmend
it as tbe best remedy that 1 know of for
children. (
! Thomas Y. Lawsos.
NO. 207
New Advertisements.
Dry
Goods
AijjLluax- UALIjX
Our friends are calling, and from
clude they are pleased. No efforts
faction.
Very Respectfully,
oet r
in mkmoriam. :
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MART GaA.NGtR. setd 11 vears and i
months. I
llv a lovely spot ia peaceful 0kdle afresh)
iuvuuu I' Yonu wiin nature s oaauutui now
ers, and bedewed with affection's tears, is all
that tbe eves of dear relatives. frionH nA
m n A M . 1 . . t . . m. . n
playmates can yow behold, for the sweet
iace ot dear little Mary lies ceacefnllr in
uor casaet unutr iae moana. 'ine met suf
ferer has been safely borne, in the arrcs of the
loving Saviour, across that narrow stream, on
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whose other bank no pain or nflWinir i
f und, where, doubtless guided by tbe wings
of her little ancel brother, gone b fore, she
is to-day 'feeding in pastures ver vernal,
and drinking of the riv rs of His ersce."
But, though dear little Mary is no more
here though forever silent the gentle lipp,
vacant her plaoe at home sad school, yet lov
ing memorieb of ( her gentleness hallow each
spot that knew her once. 8afe in the eare
of that tender Shepherd, whse lambs know
His voice, her pure spirit, freed from pain
a aits those she dearly loved. After all, she
has only gone before, to that "sweet and
blessed country," j "The Home of God's elect."
Then look up, fond mother through swift
falling t ars, andj"be still," for the maid is
not ded but eleepeth."
Oct ber 6th,! 1879.
New Advertisements.
Mullets.
Mullets.
J VJQ Barrels BRIGHT and FAT, j (
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For sale by ' -
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oct7 HALL & PEA US ALL.
IT'S COMING EVERY DAY.
SUITS OF CLOTHING, in 8. B. Hacks,
D. B. HacKB; 8. B. Cutaways, D. IB.
Frocks, Boy's and Children's Clothing, Extra
Pants, for large or small men. Qood assort
ment, low Prices. Come Q -ick.
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MUNSON'S, THE CLOTHIER
oot7 AND MER.! TAILOR.
Megmney's Hall Re
opened. I
AND WILL BE READY FOR USE
by the 9r.h inst. The Hall will be
rented only to responsible parties.
BEHRENDS & MUNROE.
oct 6-lw
A Word !
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fpO PARENTS AND TEACHERS :
The Dniveraty Series of Fchool Books
were adopted by our State Board of Edaca
tim and I have made arrangements with tbe
Publishers for their introduction at F educed
or Introduction Kates, with the privilege of
exchanging 01 1 Books for them. This ar
rangement will continue only for a short
time. Hecure your; Books while tbej are
chtap I I j j
i Counties immediately around New Hano
ver can be supplied thrangh me on same
terms as by the Publishers. 1
I oct 6. r ! I C. W. TATE8.
j We Do Not Claim
jTRONAGE simply because we are
a home enterprise, nor do we expect it at
the expense of any one's pocket; WE
DO CLAIM that we can fill any order for
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Sash, Doors and' Blinds,
dr anything iu our line, at as LOW FIG
TJRES, and as good work and material, as
can be bought anywhere Window Glass,
Builder's Supplies always on band.
Our new DRY KILN is in operation,
and none but the txst Lumber I is used.
'"i Ilespec fully, I I
ALTAFFER At; PBICE.
Factory Foot of Walnut street.
Office Cor Nutt and Red Cross streets.
oct S- : .1
Selected Fruits
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and Vegetables
XN ftTORS AND TO ARRIVE.
kXTRA SELECTED DUTCHESS PEARS
A Vtietr of ADoles. Potatoes Onions, 'ab-
bee. Batter, Chees , Ac For sale ebeap by
sept ?6-tf Corner Chesnut Water sis
I Flour. Flour.
1 AAA Bbls GOOD FLOUR,
1UUU j From New Wheat,
Every Barrel wananted.
oct C HALL & TEARSALL.
FLXA8E JOTICE.
Wja will be glad to reoelve communication
from our friends on any and all subjects ot
general interest bat : 1
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Tbe name of the writer mast. eJwaye be fni
nihed to the Editor. j
Communications must be wrltiea oa ot j
uue nae oi me paper. I
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Personalities mutt be avoided.
And it is especially and nirtini..). -J,-
stood aat the Editor does not always endo l
the views of correspondents, unless so staff 4
m iue eaitorial eoluans.
New Advertisements.
arpets
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ARRIVALS OF
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the liberal purchases made we con
will be spared to give entire
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XL. ax. ivicitaTinu.
Thev Have Com ft !
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A W OW iTUE STOCK OF
SCHOOL BOOK'S
at tne LIVE liOOK STORE is leoninlptn.
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and those who have failed to get all they
require, can complete their list. I J ;
Blank Books and Station'eryl of every
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variety. Ink. Ink Stands. Foi.Hls V.W
Penholders, Rules, &.
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Pianos, Organ9,Guif ars, VUinl, Accord
eons, j Harmonicas, nutes, Files, liai
anu oir.ngs. ah lor sale a
BFINSBERGER'H
oct 6
39 and 41 Mfcrke
They are Here.
"Yy E BEG OF OUR FRIENDS TO call
and see us. Our Fall and Winter
Stock U
now arriving by every train and tteameri
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and we have no hesitation ia pronouncing jit
the MOST DESIRABLE ASSORTMENT
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of Gent's Ciothinr and Furnishing Goods
evet bi ought to the 8 tats. It will tske our
two large and handsome stores to hold it all.
Notwithstanding the recent advance injitbe
Northern markets, we guarantee to sel at I 1
LOWER PRIGESTHAN EVER BEFORE
Call and see us and we will prove'it to you.
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ept 2t A. A L SHRIER.
Ship Notice.
LL PERSONS are hereby IL.
1, fS v. u.t-
DOriBSr tHT of ihp f.TPtr nf tha
Nor. Bu-kTHOR, as no bills of their con
traction will be paid by tbe Master or Con
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signees. PATERSON, DOWNING ACO.I
oct-3t Consigpees.
Ship Notice.
yLL PERSONS are hereby
cautioned .'gainst harboring or
trusting any ot the crew of the Ger. tsmrq
ae
RIOARDO, CapL A. Raddatz, as bo debts
of
theh contraction will be paid by either tbe
uapuuu or consignees. I
E. PESCHAU A WE3TERMANN
OCt 6-3t I I ConiiitrnaeaL
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Busgies, i Buggies.
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Harness & Saddles,
FOR SALE AT
3rd st.1, opposite City Hall.
REPAIRING DONE WITH 51 AT5E3S
AND DISPATCH.
HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIA I.TYI
oct 6-tf
Molasses. Molasses
JQQ Hhds and BLls Cuba Molasses
Bbls Fine ugar Syrup,
I At low prices by
oct 6 II ALL & PEARSALL!
State Fair.
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"7-ISITORSTOTHE STATE FAIR should
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not fall to stop at
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LEE'S CLUB ROOMS
where board can be bad on tha European
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Plan, or otherwise. My Bar and Billiard
Patlors are tbe best ia the city a d mj house
cannot be surpassed in tbe State. j i
Fraternally, 1 1
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oct 3 tf j Raleigh, N. C. !
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H. JIcKoy, Bobt- H- McKcv'
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Tfcot.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
eiBce North side Market street, betwee
ecoad and Taird streets. ;
' tea tUU
Old Newspapers,
A QfJANTTTY OF OLD 5EW8PAPUa
for wrapping, ofered for sals cheap at the
sept DALLT REVIEW OFFICE-
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