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ned crcrr eTenlnc. Sunday.
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JOSU T.JAKES,
tPlTOK ASD l-KOrKIXTOX.
i?!PTlON'S TOSTAGE PAID:
Oo yeiX ioo- One month, S3 cent.
Ir wMl W 'lellTCr! bj carrier, free
any I" ' thc ! l lbC abOVC
.Hinr rate low anI K1erl
SSur. will report JMKI H fall.
rftre their pyr rtguUrly,
77" 7a:7 Itecicw has Oie largest
i n fJ cirathdion, of any newspaper
4;.. o- Wilmington. J
7,TTsAMt (;ovcrnor Murray, of
, . h whose tcroi expires next mouth,
.... l.j rr-nmllUHI.
iv;.i t;
,,i5loomiDSupas (loneral Hancock
n,ates his process through ;Cahlornia.
MUs Julia Jackson, dau-hter cl
S'onewall Jackson, is in Richmond,
Va. acd assislol a Iricnd in rcccivins
on Serf Year's Day.
In New York City it is proposed,
a id practically decided, to put tbc elcc
trie lisht wires in subways. whicKwill
be larccnoush to allow repairs to bo
made with case.
The lato Kins Victor Kuianucl is not
lorjuttcn by his subjects. Up to the
1st o! December over 70.000 names had
bn registered on tbc book in the ccn-t-iciy
in which he sleeps.
No better evidence of national pros
perity could be desired than the simple
lact tbatthe mortgage indebtedness on
the farms of tho United States has de
creased 75 per cent. This little truth
speaks volumes.
rtH
A Boston physician says that eating
cloves will in the end "prove fatal. .Let
the young men who take such frequent
bu brief leaves of absence from our
Opera House take the hint and try
lemon juice instead of cloves.
I Pr.Qannr Thnrmn with hia WlfY
left Columbus, Ohio, on Friday for a
I protracted tour of the South. So far
I a he h personally concerned. Air.
fThurman says he will not be a candi
date for United States Senator under
f any circumstances.
VionnAQA KaIIao Uaita Ir r r tn lanAin rt
v 4UCOJ UllCa MiaVU IjW AVUIMg
as a recreation, the pm press Elizabeth
setting the tashlon. A crand "aristo
cratic a&sanlt of-arrasM was given
short lime since in Vienna, where the
performers were twelve young lady
amateurs, dressed in elaoorate pink
and blue costumes.
C. 1. Huntington, whose name is
now posted upon the journalistic bulle
tm board, is put down as worth $50,
uXJ.ouo. There is guess work about the
fstimale.of course; but his control or
bout 12,000 miles of railway and
sleaiuboat lines is a lact. Robust at
Vixty-Gve, this native of New York is
without wife or children, an adopted
daughter being the only member of his
household.
The sentiment in, favor of woman
suffrage is growing rapidly in Iowa, it
is claimed. Its advocates are vigorous
ly at work, and some of the most influ
ential papers in the State have given
in their adhession to the movement.
The next legislature wjll be asked to
take tho Coal step toward submitting
a constitutional amendment on the sub
ject to ths people, and if this is done an
earnest campaign in favor of its adop
tion will be made in 188 1.
That was a horrible holocaust which
occurred at Belleville, Ills, on Sunday
morning, in the destination of the
Roman Catholic convent there. The
Charleston Xcics'atid Courier ot yester
day's date contains a full report of the
disaster. The convent was Vnotf n as
the Institute of the ImmacuMc Con
ception and was conducted by the
Sistera of Notre Dame. The fire oc
curred early iu the morning aud Iherc
were sixty pupil in the dormitories,
which were locked on the outside . and
could not be opened by the firemen.
The disasters were lrightiul. Twenty
two of the pupila and fire of thb Sisters
were cither killed in jumping from the
windows or else were burned to death
i
' 'What is heaven's bect gift to uiau?'1
i?ilVk'edaweetIJ smilingon him. "Dr.
Bull CooSh Syrup." be replied, with
prudence u0 had just been cured
by it of a bad cold.
OneTbousaaaamlOiieUUldlcs.
We have just received a handsome
little book with the above title, which
contains tho material (or much fun and
home amusement in the way ol
Riddles. Conundrums, Enigmas, and
Hints for Acting Charades. If parents
desire to hare their children amused,
and also amuse themselves, they can
not do better than to send lor this book.
It contains 123 pares, with enameled
paper cover, and will be sent by mad.
postpaid, to any address, upon receipt
of 15 cents, by J.S. Ogilvie Vfc Co,,
Publisher. 31 Rose Street. New York.
5 and 10 cents Cigars,
H
AVANA riLLKItS,
Beat in the city, arc on Jc.
k.T1. aleJklaal preparUIOM of the
htjbeat fTxtt at
, , ! Jko. t. scnoNWAijys,
aec 3 ( Dm aat rrecrJptKm Store
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VOL. VIII. W ILMINGTON. N. C; TUES DAY. JANUARY 8.
LOCAL NEWS.
IXDEX TO HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
E I If M.u, Mayor Charity
U W V atks Christmas Novelties
II EiKSBKnoKR A Word to the Wlee
J w Thompson, Trca. DivldenU Notice
Mcnw IIk:j. A IIkRosskt Extract of
Wltrhll.zcl
The receipts' of colton at lhi3 port to
day' foot np 127 bales.
IIou. Simon Wolff wa to have lec
lured in Golds boro last uifht.
Tho board of directors of the Wil
niiojlon & cldou Railroad have de
clarcd a' dividend of lour per cent.,
payable on and after the 15th inst.
We may look out, wo think, for a bis
freshet in the river which will proba
bly extend into all of I the tributaries
and - brin: down a largo amount of pro
duce to market- j
There is a saying that the Weather ot
tbc first twelve days in January indh
catc lbc kind of weather that is to be in
each month during the year of a corres
ponding number, j If this be true we
may prepare for rough weather this
year.
There is Lto be a new postoQice iu
Forsyth couuty to be calleji Oldham, inJ
honor of our former townsman, Mr.
E. A. Oldham, now! editor of the
Winston Sentinel, as it was through
his efforts that thefoflicc was establish
cd. . !i :
It will be seen by a card published
elsewhere, that the fi rm jot Colvillc and
Campbell has been disolved. Mr. John
Colville retires and Mr.A. R. Campbell
who 'assumes the affairs sof the firm,
will continue business as tne successor
of the late firm, at the same office. 401
Nutt street. . j
Some of the street crossings are in
fearful condition. ' In such a public
thoroughfare as the streets near the
Postofflcc two out ol the four crossings
are almost. in) passable. A city that is
rich enough to lay Belgian blocks in the
streets ought to make an effort to pro
vide board crossings in a few localities.
t
As we somewhat expected, tho wind
shifted to Southeast during last night,
the weather became decidedly warmer,
and towards morning it began to rain".
It may be considered lortunate that the
cold snap was of such short duration,
for bad it been long continued there
would necessarily have j been serious
suffering. It may return, however, for
the weather has an erratic way this
: I I
year. i ;
The Washington City correspondent
of the Golds bo ro Messenger says : "The
venerable and beloved widowof Bishop
Atkinson, who resides with one of her
...
sons in Baltimore, is in very poor
health, I was sorry to learn yesterday
from ber grandson. He said that noth
ing serious was apprehended. This lad
Is Johnnie, son of Col. John Wilder
Atkinson, of Wilmington. He is' a
pupil of his uncle, Mr. Robert Atkins
son. of Baltimore.
Unmailablc.
There is unbailable postal matter in
the Postoffice in this city addresed as
follows: Robt Rome, care S FRR
Co; Rev Jas Willing, T K Howard.
For Charity V Sake.
The appeal for charity for the poor
and destitute of the city, issued at the
thoughtfulucss of Mayor Hall, calls for
a most hearty and immediate response.
It is a call which oujht not to be rcr
pealed in this 'Christian community,
for it is an imperative duty to assist the
unfortunate poor in their distress. We
aroglad that Mayor Hall has taken
hold of the matter and trust that our
people will promptly heed his request.
Joseph Jefferson.
This great comedian, with' his com.
pany, travels in his own private carT
the "City ot Worcester," so that in
making their present, tour through tho
South they will be subjected to no de
lay of trains nor difficulty in securing
tickets. They will arrive 'here ou
Sunday evening, the l3th inst., and
will not lcaye until 7 . o'clock on the
morning of the 15th. The play which
will be presented will be Sheridan's
celebrated comedy of VTho Rivals." in
which Mr Jefferson lakes tho part -of
Bob Acres. The play is too well known
to need comment from us, but it will
be a rich treat to : see this sterling,
standard comedy presented by Mr.
Jefferson and a supp.rt embracing
such well known names in the pro
fession as Mrs. John Drew. Miss Rosa
Rand, Mr. Frederick Robinson. Mr. R.
S. Downing and others, j The sale o?
tickets will commence at 8 o'clock to
morrow morning, at Dyer's. I
County Commissioners. !
The Board met in regular session yer
tcrday afternoon.
The Treasurer submitted his report
for the month of December, as follows:
General -Fund balance on
harrd 20.596.71
Educational.Fund. - 15,330.20
The general fuud includes the sura of
$(,500 in a certificate of deposit on the
First National Bank.
The Treasurer exhibited two coupons
of the denomination of $2 each, which
were burned in the presence of the
Board..
The Register of Deeds submitted his
report of the number ot j marriage
licenses issued duriuz the month oi
December, and the amount collected
for the same. .
The foregoing reports were received
and ordered registered and filed.
The following partiss were granted
licenses to retail spirituous liquors for
three months from January 1st. 1881 :
C II Richtcrs. II Schulkcn. J G L
Greschen, H A Glameyer, W Otorseu,
R J Scarborough, Ida Mulligan, Adrian
& Vollers. George Herbert, , J M
T
Bremer, A K Heyer. J H ,Borueman,
John D Doscher, E W Doscher, M G
Chad wick, D Otten. N F Nixon, Sellers
& McKeithan, August Deumelandt,
F W Ortman. II Hiutz. J G Oldcnbuts
tie, J F Rulis, J H Boesch, J W
Gerdts. G R Ward, Mcrtena &
Hakcman, Klein & Mayland, W
H & J A I Montgomery, Carl
.Mugge, M Ratbjen, C Schulkcn, G W
Linder. George E;Berdcn, C Wesself, L
Von Karapen, A C Wcssell, J 11 Grot
sen. J H Strauss. A D Wessell. J F
Stolter, J MMcGowan &Son, William
Ulrich. C W Gasson, John Haar.Jr., L
H Vollers. C H Stemmerman, L G
Cherry. J J Curtis, S J Meyer, M
O'Brien, PMohr. E G Barnitz, Nick
Hullen, J W Duls. H W Bryant, D N
Chad wick, Henry Haar, B H JAhrens,
Betts & Owens, A B Cook, C F Von
K am pen, Mary E Williams, George R
Bates & Co, B Bellois, W H M Koch,
D Steljes, Harry Loeb, J Fernberger,
L Vollers, W n Howe,' C Fitzgerald,
r L Bridgers & Co.
Commissioners B G Worth, J A
Montgomery and and Roger Moore
were appointed a committee to settle
with the sheriff, when ready for the
same.
Tho Board proceeded to draw the
regular venire to serve as jurors on the
second Monday in February: I3A B
Sikes. Jos B Aaron. Jooj Casteen,
Jackson, J Farrow, David Loflin, C F
W Bisslnger. II C Evans, Wm P Price,
E L Ennett. N B Vincent. E R Hicks,
E II Keathley. P Pearsall. A C John
son, W F Furpless, W W Humphrey,
W I Ennett. T A Brown. J G Darden,
J H White man, F A Muse, Bristow
Harriss. W B Willis, C C Ennett, J A
Curtis, R B Freeman, Sr., Alfred
Howe, Newton Morgan, LBlumenthal,
R J Scarborough.
J C Hill, Justice of the Peace, sub
mitted his annual report of fines and
forfeitures, amounting to $10.12. and
the same was ordered entered on the
records of official reports.
The Board resolved itseif into a Board
of Education when the following busi
ness was transacted :
Donald MacRae. chairman of the
committee for District No. 1, submitted
his annual statement of receipts and
disbursements for both races, which
was received and ordered registered
3 I
and filed. j
J II Chad bourn, chairman of Dis
trict No, 2, submitted his statement.
which was disposed ot as above.
Jacob Home, W R Greene and T A
Davis, School committee for District
No. 3, submitted their census returns
for the past year for both races, which
was ordered registered and filed.
The saine'action was taken in refer
ence to reports from other Districts.
The resignation of :uapt S W Noble.
as School Committeeman ot District
Nol 5, was received, and j Capt E W
Manning was appointed in bis stead.
Iredell Johnson, bupenntendent ot
Public Instruction for New Hanover
county, submitted his annual report4
which was received and oruereu
registered and filed.
City Cou,rt.
Ella Martin, colored, was very drunk.
very disorderly aud very noisy yester
day afternoon and when arrested was
very obstinate and abusive to. the
police. .This morning a hue ot 25 was
imposed by the Mayor, for her bad
conduct, in default of which she was
sent below for 30 days. William Daniel
also colored, was also drunk . and
disorderly, for which he was fined 610.
which must be paid within SO days or
be goes below tat 20 days. '
Charles McKoy, colored, for disorder
ly conduc was discharged. ;
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Howard Itelief.
The following were elected oflieers
of I Howard Relief Fire E. engine Com
pany No. I. at the meeting last evening.
Foreman A. Adrian.
First Assistant M. Ratbjen.
Secnd Assistant F. C. Miller.
President J. G. Oldcnbuttel.
Vice President F. W. Heyer.
Recording Seecretary J. G. L,
Giescheu.
Corresponding Secretary W. Ollcr
scn. Treasurer J. Haar, Jr.
Chief Engineer T. II. Smjtb.
Assistant Engineer F. Martens.
Steward J. G. L. Gieschcnj
f : .
First National Bank.
The 18th annual meeting of tbc stock
holders of the first National Bank of
Wilmiugtbn was held inj their banking
house, in this city, at 11 o'clock this
forenoon.
Mr. R. J. Jones was called to llio
chair and Messrs W. A. French and
Wm. Larkins were appointed Secre
taries. l
After the reading and adoption of the
President's report, theimectiug proceed
ed to the election of a Board of Direc
tors for the ensuiug year, which result
ed in the election of the old board, con
sisting of the following gentlemen, viz:
EJ E. Burruss. D. G. Worth, A. Mar
tin, Jas, Sprunt and George Chad bourn
. The meeting then adjourned.
For painful ailments, St. Jacobs Oil
ought to be kept in every house.
The Battle of New Orleans.
To-day (January 8th) is the 69th
anniversary of the famous battle of
New Orleans, which was fought J anu
ary 8th, 1815, the Americans command,
ed by Gen. Andrew Jackson , after
wards President ot these United States
and the British by Sir Edward Packen
ham, who was .killed in the figh'2
Tho Americans were victorious and the
British were' routed with fearful slaugh
ter. Peace had been declared on the
24th of December preceding, but the
news had not reached this country , at
the time of the battle. It is a singular
matter ot history that two very impors
tant naval battles were fought even later
than the above. t On January 15th,
seven days after the battle of New Or
leans, the American frigate President
was captured by a British squadron,
and on March 23d, three months after
the declaration of peace, the British
brigj Penguin was captured by the
American sioop-of. war Hornet, j '
NEW .ADVERTISEMENTS.
Wilmington & Wei. R. R.Co.
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TREASURER'S OFFICE, )
Wixmikgtox, N. C, January 8, 1884. S
DIVIDEND OF FOUR PER CENT, on
the Capital Stock of the Wilmington & Wei
don R. R. Co., will be paid to the Stockhold
ers at this office on and after the 10th inst.
J. W. THOMPSON,
Secretary & Treas
jan8 3t
CITY OF WILMINGTON, N. C,
MAYOR'S OFFICE, ;
January 7th, 1$$4
Charity.
IJ1HE MANY PITECTUS APPEALS THAT
hinbMn made at the City Hall for heh.
satisfy me that there la much suffering among
the poor in our city during the cold weather.
I hare stopped a portion of tbc city teams, and
am now distributing such supplies as have
been sent for the relief of the needy; but the
supply Is Inadequate to the demand. Through
tne agency ox our cuy pnysiciansauu ine po
yt 1 nope co reacn tne most necay. Any con
LbnUons of rroecrlea or money for fuel can
be sent to me, and the same will be promptly
distributed. K. D. HaLL.
jan 8 ' Mayor
W. &. E. S. LATIMER,
Attoraeys-at-Law.
Office S. E. Cor. Princess and Water Sts.
jan 71 m :
Our Trade
TOURING THE HOLIDAYS WAS ENTIRE-
fysatlsfactory, and wc feel grateful for o
liberal patronage. Additions to our stork
hare been extensive within tbc last ten days,
and wc show a new and complete line, of
CHAMBER and PARLOR FURNITURE,
RATTAN and REED CHAIRS, FOLDING
CHAIRS. In Wclton, Velvet and Tapcatry;
Parlor Desks. Library Cases and Wardrobes.
Wc hare a large stock of common Furniture
which we offer at close prices. We invite an
inspection of onr stock. Respectfully.
THOMAS U. CRAFT. Arent.
Furniture Dealer,
jan 7 . - SO Bo. Front St
Jolin C, Dayis,
ATTOBNET AND
i, COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
- ! : WiuuarGTOsr, N.
Office over the' Bank ol Heir Hanover. ,
Practices la all the Courts of the State.
C3" Special attention paid to tho collection
ol rWn- nor Si tf
1884.
NO. 7
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE.
Mouday Evening Jan. 14.
MR..1 EFFEUSOS.. . . .a?. ... ROD AC liES"
In Sheridan's; Famous Coruedy of the
With the following Cireat Cafet:
Mrs. John! Drew ..a ...Mrs Malaprup
Mr., Frederic Kobicson as Sir Ant'ny Absolute
Mr. It. I. Jowoinfr as. . .Captain Absolute
Mr. CliaF. Plunkeu as.... Sir Lucius
Miss Rosa Band as Lydla Languish
The advance sale of seats comincofea Wed
nesday, Jan. 0, at Dyci'a ! Frlccsa I'aniuct c
aud linst two rows in Balcony, Reserved,
1.50. Dress Circle and Balcony, Reserve.
1. General Admission to Balcony, &0c (ial
lery. 25c. J jan 7 7t
Extract of Witch Hazel.
XXTE OFFER THE ABOVE
PREl'ARA
lion iu Pint Bottles, as Double
Distilled E.v
iraci ! v ltcu liazci or Hnmmaiuelio, at 50
CO" la icr bottle.
A safe and speedy j remedy for Bruises,
Strains, Burns, Scalds, Neuralgia, Tain, Pilep,
Stings of Insects and many other uses, the ex
treme, low price placing it within thp reach of
every family. I
Munds Bros. &DeRosset,
Druggists, Market Street,
Finest English Tooth Brushes 25 cents.
Dissolution.
WILMINGTON, N. C, Jan 4, li84.
rililE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
X existing between the undersigned, under
the linn name of COLVILLE & CAMPBELL,
has been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr.
A. R. Campbell assumes tho liabilities of the
late firm, and Is alono authorized to sitrn In
liquidation. JOHN COLVILLE,
A." R. CAMPBELL.
A: E. CAMPBELL,
SUCCESSOR TO COLVILLE & CAMPBELL,
Lumber Commission Merchant
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, 401 Nutt St.
ian 7 lw WILMINGTON, N. C.
Mott's Sausage Factory.
jyjOTT'S STEAM SAUSAGE FACTORY
Is now completed and is ready 1 to
lill orders
for Fresh Pork Sausage, Smoked Sausage, Liv
er Pudding.Hog's Head Cheese. Also, Bolog'
na Sausage will be made the year ronnd.
Orders by Express C. Q. D. will, be prompt
ly attended to. I
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This Is the largest and moat complete Saus
age Factory South,
janl tf
Respectfully,
W J. MOTT.
Don't Forget It.
fJTIIE OLD NORTH
STATE i SALOON has
on hand a fine lot of those HORNE GARDEN
o3TiR3 stacked on ice. They are the best
brought to this market. Call and try them.
Also, Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JAS.
M. MCGOWAN & SON.
janl
No 6, South Front St
Diaries for 1884.
"U ROM THE SMALLEST POCKET SIZES
TO THE LARGEST OFFICE SIZES.
TURNER'S N. C. A L VI AN ACS.
I BLUM'S FARMER'S AND PLANTER'S
ALMANACS.
i i
MILLER'S ALMANACS. ,
THE LIVING CHURCH ANNUAL,
Wholesale and retail, at
HEINSBERGERS,
jan 3 Live Book and Music Stores
i
ALLON5 FINE FAT p VSTERS in hand
to day for our Christmas trade, and arrange
mcnts made for a full supply fori tbc balance
of the week. W. E. DAVIS &SoN.
J" Proprietors of the only regular cstab-1
llshwl tlBhery in this section. nee 24
SELLING OUT I
HATS & FEATHERS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
I MRS. KATE C. WINES,
Vo. 119 N Second Strep., nxt Post Offi
jah
Howard Relief Fire Engine
Co. No. 1. '
JJONORARY AND ACTIVE MEMBERS :
You are hereby notified to meet at your En
gine House on Monday, January: 7. at IS) 30
o clock, sharp, as the election oi oniccrs for
tne ensuing year win take puce. 1
By onler of the President, i '
, F. C. MILLER,
jan 3- j Rec. Secfy
Assignee's Sale.
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flUIE CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK
X 1 ! . ' .1
of Superior ,1
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9 WINES, LIQUOR, PORTER, 1
CIGACS, CANNED GOODS, Ac
in the Store of S. P. COLLIER, No. ts North
Front Street, will be sold at cost to close the
i
assignment. The best opportunity erer offer
i - :
I ed to get a snperSor article cheap.
Call and see. -' ' - r" '
... JOHN R, TURJXNTINE.
jaailw Aaslgnte
.rUEASE NOTICE.
1 . ...
fa will btd to redely. cosmcJciiJca
from otnr fxlenda on any and all chjsa.
eral Interest tmt : " A "
Tb aiaa ot the writer must alwav be fa
auhodtothoRntorl
Communication must he
w w ya(i.. - .
Personaatlca muet be .ToWed."
And It. la especially and partlcularrj end .-'
toorl that the Editor doe. not aiway end,"
the Yietra of correspondent! untesa ao stata
In the editorial oohixinaJ ! ;
MISCELLANEOUS
Christmas ISrovelties. i
j We tin not rhun to havi
A (JREATKRIVARIKTVoiT v.vi-u ;
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than any onC eUc; ; .j
WE ONLY POLITELT ASK TOU TO CAU.
AND JUfKiE FOR YOURSELF.;
dec 10
U3 llarket at
Spdrtsman's Goods, x
WEltV PlEL FINEST ASSOnTMEST
of English and Belgium Brocch toad
ever brought to this niarkct. iui first
claas stock of Shell. Wd,!tn iCzH-r J?"F
rhlgo Bags. ,Gun capa, Gamo'Bag
Duvn a oi iiarawarc itomt
goods and guarantee prices. i
Y. E. SpRINGER & cd:,
Successors to John Dawson ft Co.!
dec 31 19,31 and 23 jlUrUtaukt
Fancy Goods.
JjULL LINK AT V ., " .j .. '
GILES & MURCUfSON'S, '
dec .Jt
- ' - 3lurrhlon Block.
Apples ! Apples I Apples,!
QN COSlJHMENT ANDJJUSTBKSOJUD.
Y,
vnuJ' H'cak car load or sma order so.
IT.. 4 A
aSF y a Mcal car l0rt1 r small order so.
L ... . 1 I- G.
BLAIR,
i.iiiniistiiou Aicrehanti 19 N.
dec 31 j
Second tit.
Bankrupt Sale of Boots
and Shoes,
I have bought the entire Bankrupt" Stock 6
I ' ' i ill
Dryfoos & Stcrnbcrgcr and will closo It out at
less than i
Manufacturer's
This stock Is known far and wldd aa tho
HANDSOMEST and BEST 8ELECTEO of
any In the city, and as the goods aro going to
be sold very low for cash only it will pay
purchasers to examine samo leforo i buying
elsewhere. . I ! ' t
d?c 12 A. DAVID.
f VVOTd tO the WlSG ISSuffl-
cient.
A 1'IANO OR ORGAN IS NOT A LDXU-
ry; iney nave lecome ,a eccEsIty. If yqu
want a bargain go to HEINSBfikER'S LlVK
BOOK i AND MUSIC STORK. Nd mattPr
what anybody says, if yoiii want to buy, a
i I . ! i , i 1
Piano, Sqnare or Upright, or an Organ. I ro
first to
IlKlNSRERfjEU'S and find out What
youcsndo. It will cost yon nothing, and
you may save some money; All of ;onr goods
are wan-anted for live years, ami are war
rrnted first class In every respect. See for
yonree'.t and save money. A word to the wise
I is sufficient. i . , jan?
Golden Harvest.
A FULL FLEDGED GOLDEN " HAR-
VKST". That's the kind of COOK. STOVE
WE KEEP. They are a thine of Beautr ami
Joy to EVERY HOUSEHOLD. Only sold by
PARKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. g Jan7
Boys' Saadle,
j ADIES' AND GENTS SADDLES. IIprC
Blankets, Lap Robes, Carriages and all kind
of Vehicles. Saddlery, Trunks and Carriage!
repaired by skilled workmen. I i
UCDOUGALL ft BO WD EN J ,'
dec 17 No. 1H North Front ft 1
PJotice. 1 !
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
J
OF WILMINGTON.
DIVIDEND OF TnREE AND A HA1,
i per cent, nas ueen ueciared by
I Directors of this Bank, payable
the Board
irectors of this Bank, payable on i and af to
I the 8th Jnst.
Dill msi. II A. H. WALKER,
n 4-t8th nac I Cashier
iap
Just Received.
I
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
los of Velvet
Lined CANTON STRAWS fir
Sslibol.Ifati. alo a large lot of ' FELT it ATS
wh?
h will !i told at reasonable prices.
Iiarelo a complete Stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,'
CROCHET SHAWLS and : FASCINATORS. ,
CAPS and SAC2UES. All size, colors and
prices in "JERSEYS-" II"
STAMPING and JIAIR WORK doae at rea
sonablc prlfcs. , ji
MISS E. KARRER, 1
dec 31
Excliange Corne
- i
JL
H. C. Prempert
P2RJ-ONALLY IN ATTENDANCE at ,hU ,
' j ' I iM, ; I- , '
if afbionable Shaviegsnd Hair Dressing Saloon
at No. 7 South Front Street. None i out tbe
best work dona and the best workmen era-
ploy cu :re us a calL ' jan, Mf
HAPPY
! AND
PEOSPEROUS
i -1
YEAE
TO ALL OF OUIt
FRIENDS AND PATRONS!
JACKSON & BE
Printers and Binders.
Jan 1
    

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