The Daily Review;
JOSH. T. JAMES. FAilnr A Prop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
SATIT.DAY. JANUARY 12. 1SS4.
Kstervl ittl Potoe at Wilmington. N. C,
a second lui milter.
asido.'andladviscO me cot to advance at
all, oa Ucus. Jacksoa and Hill bad both
bctn.woundedandit.was thought by
my command." j
Lieut. Kmnck, with four men from
the Tih regiment, was then sent to re
connoitre on car right, and thej soon
rctnmcd with J tent. Col. Smith's 1'enn
sylrania regiment, which bad thrown
don their arms and surrendered, on
representations made to them by Lieut.
While Lieut. Col. Smith was tellies
me that he did not think we could
Health is imDosslblo when the blood
is impure, thick, and slagzish; or when
t . . 1 ' t. ...1 ITnHs
disease after another is derelopcd. Take
Ajer'a Sarsaparilla. and it will make
the blood pure, rich, warm, and
Considerable of a licu,on cvn, uAJ'S1
truce. : fcorc
havearUsa in regard tt ihc time at tie cuemj' artillery opened upon usI.V.
wliirh f!n. Str.nrurnll .!irL-iti r-fiviil I arin. ft ml the lVtinSVlr&nia rOZltueOl 1
broke lor our rear, tumbled over their! A lonucomics; cu-m-ym.
own abauduneil works-.-and lay hid and c ctls three others-
sheltered in the abattis until the tiring i
it is thin and impoverished. Undec. . ndvlfatlRd of her 1
such coadiLioos, boils, pimples, head. " Laay, K0C;?8a orAnBr A
aches, neuralgia, rheumatism, and one . J
,i;..r..ri .nni Koi i Mprplnnrn I aire ! i. .itT iii.t
rone was, a ocauuim young- taay-u
about twenty, and lived In Philadel
phia. It was years ago, when phy
sicians used to 'administer a liquid
preparation1 of iron by means pi
quills, or glass tubes, so that it could
'e swallowed without cominsr'in con
t with the teetlC This youngiady
The latest sweet
The new bady.
tilings in cradles.
Homrli on Ooujrbs."
- r . t. .-.. tt ?
ask ior nuiisuun vuuuj,
kis death wound. Mr. T. .1. C.ipp. !
Onslow coun'y, who drvc t'ie auHtu-
lance which convened (en. .J.-ukvui t. j ceased. Lieut. Col.
the rear, says that it w.n in th; nttr- turned over to (.apt
noon. Jo controvert t!U K -v. L.
Sxuith was then
Adams, of (Jen.
Hills staff, and his mrirnent ordered to
1 ! ri.fi r n i i.i-f'n.t Vnini" four bov
t f m. t I " tJ " - - r
t ass imuii-ueu a commutm-tin-n in utv cr,p.ain) and his company
Ncwbern Jj'im tl .iui that
after dark, and Capt. A. H. H. 'Iolnrtj
oftLe lrih llfiiuicrt. n was at Chan j
cellor.sviile. wrote t!i- Ki n w inuii ;
Colarad City, Tc.. vl..i- h- i:m j
resides, also lat in z ll.i. i wv !.iri
when tho fatal mi-taVi a.i madc. j
Still further tci!iiuom m dc luwl Iroin ;
(2m .!. II. Ll!. WHO i ! j
the bri ade al wh'i?e Irati-K. thr !.:.' !
wound wai dcal!.i- i:itiriiiiri; iiji ":'.
To!ar an Mr. Va havf .-a.. I. .11;-
l "arm .vnv. f
Dclkvax. Wis . Sept. SM, 1878. '
(j,:NT;SI bavc taken notouiteonc
bottle of the Hop Bitters I was a
feeble old man ot 78 when I got it. To
day I am as active and feci as I did at
mat nccu sucn
. t j t. i .i4i. i ti:t: ;i i: i t-.ii. iiiuii
. lo.iU.e r .aUK r "V ; medicine. D. IJOVCE.
t..av. a .v-n i r i in miiii . i
Lane writ' MjJ. H. T
Xewbern. in rply to n i
eotleuian. II- say?
Ai.. A;i. ami Mr hi. Co! i.i.ok.
Ai r.t'KX, .fai.iiary r:h. l-si
Mr Ul.Ai: M.UOH:-In irij ciiM!
(then Major) fa
oi'thelSth regiment, that he knew
nothinofCJcncra! Jackson and Hill
liaviu xun to Ihe front, that he cou'd
not e!l Ir.eud from ji-e tniU-: btrl , and
in Mich a wood i (low Mrubby oaks),
lh.i: whon the skirmish line lirtd. lie
heard the clattcriu.t of approach...
hr.cineii anl tin) cry ol cavalry., and
lliat lc ortlcrnl his.uiea to lire. It was
nerally uudcrlool that niht by my
citiimand that the ISth regiment had
no" only wounded (ienerali .fackson
:ml Hiil. but kiutd some . o! their
com ier. anil jfrii:t5 some of
t.l olVurrs. a to:u' of ticiu
nii':n;. t'!. r.iliner. liinlinqthat Vhe
l-ih : jimcn: kept j ii ihc and
i-c.ini d dctri mined i kiii tln-ni all.
The net to catch a man matrimoially
Malaria positively cured witn Emn
oi:v'5 SrAND.vun Cuke Pills, a never
tailing remedy; purely veffctabie. con
tain no quiuiue, sugar-coated 35 cents,
r c o d&w. ; . 1 !
Steel jray cashmeres are becomingly
worn as a polonaise or tunic over a
gray or black velveteen skirl.
threw himself from his horse
srrroti-dy Injured his shoulder.
In conversation nllcrwarus
.viv I. .tin. o.'.-in l.ir irilnrtiiMl'iili ;iN "till I III
?h urnon,i:,,-.ri:f:i. T. J. JaclvHj. I Hill always told me that he thought he
olli- j a- w'unihd by ihe enemy, and (Jen. j
ia k-oii by the l?U.; regiment; aim to;, j
l'alnuT i.- f the same opinion. j
niv int-r-our.-e with (Icii. Hill,
would rcfpectfutly rctcryou t luy oili
cial reiort ol the battle ol ('lnweIior-
;!!.. iKinl.Miv Mth. I'''::. a:.l t-i a
- J m
Ivt.piliiml .liiniirv N'.. I i;;ic:if l
byiueforthe Uichmoml a; Intyrr liarl
..I .:miiI iM c.liW)r. ilolh ! iHMid any ono
uflhew arc to bo lound in Vol. n o. the I m ;iin nl lor Iiriu- under the elrcum
tr..'..r,-.,t S-fit hi ' liiHr. -. lhiitcs: and Ihv-is wh knew our t:ii
From them you wi'J Icarn thai Me- entcd yoiin Inernl Larry.
Coffin' brigade ami our wire not m
. - r
were! For scvun years Allen's IJrain Food
lias itool tne stroniresi icsis as io
merits iucurin; Nervousness. Nervous
Dcb'lity and restoring lost powers to
the weakened Generative System, and.
in no instance has it ever failed; test
it. ' I ; 0 for &r At druggist?, or by
n.aiffrom J. H. Allen, 315 First Aye
New York City. eod&w
TlicnmJN r..o n't arrlTO al the City i os
.ad been prostrated by a 'sewre at
tack of illness, and iron was given tc
her to restore her to something like
he r former condition of health. By
some mismanagement, or .possibly
by her own carelessness, she took
tho doses of irori in such a way that
ihrv touched her teeth. She thought
hi r teeth were hard enough, and did
not realize the power of the chemi
. ils contained in that preparation a
' . !! to eat through the enamel and
the teeth. The conse-
nce wasjthat her teeth, w hich had
h'M". ati exceptionally faultless set.
were utterly ruined.. First the enamel
A nt. Then thej" substance of the
vnh became like, chalk, and soon
o'imig was left but a lot of unsightly
Railroad Company. 1
Otticjs or GBMMjtLSim:RnrriaaKirT, i
WHmlnarton. X. C.; Kov 17. 18S3. 1
sxaall order Jilfher prices bara to be chtji
f innnrn ' V v .
v i r
Cfiange of ScHeduler
uor hae I
t oVrc a fol!w
line in Jackson a i:.iuk attach, on me
afternoon ot tho -a l of .May. but
marched by the flank. ak;i2 the plank
road, io rear ol tho artillery our be-
inz in Iron: and that a oon aj K was
ascertained tnai lac cuemy were rsp.u
It falling back before Uhotlcs. we puih
td forward with the artillery beyond
nnrtArand and third hnCS to WllUiU a
short distance of the Cnt. Here. tJcn.
A. I. HilL in oenoa. ordered inc. nl
tbtrL- to de!oY one regiment as skir
mfihera across the road. in front of
Rhodes, and to torm line or batila in
rear ol my command, for tho purpose
ofmakms a night attack and capturing
tho enemy's batteries, if possible
While I wis jrivinz my orders to this
eCcct, both sides opened a most terrific
artillery fire alons the plankroad. in
which our brigade lad been halted.
To save ray men from this murderous
enfilade fire. I at once ordered them to
lia down, and my staff and I dismount
ed on tho left of lite road.
During thU artillery fight. Col. V.
H. Pahaer. ofticn. HilFastaQ. gallant
ly crossed tho road and jn the dark
enquired for mo. 1 called him and on
his coming up, wo remarked upon the
severity oi tne fire, the low fli?ht of
the enemy shell, etc.. and when he
informed me that Gen. Hill wisr.cd to
know why J did not lorru my line as i
had been ordered , I requested him to
tell Gen. Hill that I had not attempted
it on account of the terrific and murder
ous artillery fire, and that if he wished
me to do so successfully, would have to
order hts artillery to ceaso firms, as I
believed the enemy were keeping up
theirs only iu response to ours All
old soldiers know how difficult it is to
man oe aire the bravest troops in the
ilark, under a murderous fire, throuhb
scrubby oaks and pine thickets, and
orcr the abattts of theencmy's aband
oned works. Col. Talnier.. who had
a most varied and iryinr experi
ence that niht, ha frequently told
mo that ha deltven-d uiy meisar to
(Jen. Hill and Hill, through him. oi-
dercd Mai. Ilraxton. of his ariiucrv, to
ivincmbcr him as one oi those Icarlc.ss,
dn;hin officers, who :wns especially
cool uudcr lire.
Alter this unfortunate mistake, the
wlio!(! ot my command was mveJ to
tho riht of tho plank road, aud about
midnight we repulsed two attacks made
by Sickles, iu which wc captured the
colors of theThird Maiuo regiment and
a good many prisoners, iucluding a
number of field and compauy officers,
and two staff officers, ono of which
was an Aid to General Williams.
Next, laornmjr. about sunrise, our
brigade, under orders troiu Gen. Heth,
made a direct front attack upon the
enemy's breastworks and carried them ;
but as our supporting brigade broke in
our rear, we were driven back before
Ramseur's brigade ol North Carolinians
could como to our1 assistance. Ram
seur went forward and was also repul
sed, after reaching the works, with a
similar terible loss. There were twenty-
eight pieces of artillery bearing upon us
from the ChanceUorsville hill. Ihe
enemy were tin any anu t successiuuy
driven by Gen. Stuart in n flank move
ment of infantry and artillery on our
nzut. juy entire loss at unancenors
villa vt as 72 officers and 837 men, mak-
inz an aggregate of 909, a little more
than ono thlrd of the force' carried in.
Wo went in with eleven fiuld officers
and came out with only one (Barry)
for duty. Col. Purdie and Lieut. Col.
Hill were killed, audi the others were
I have not seen the article o' Mr.
lapps to which you refer l can say,
however, that the statement that he. as
ambulance driver at ChanceUorsville,
on the 2nd ot May, 1S63. took General
"Stone wali" Jackson, wounded, to the
rear, about three quarters of an hour
before i unset, is remarkable ' me.
as the statement of a Virginia officer.
published in 1S72. that no night attack
was ordered by Gen. Jackson on the
C:u! May. 1B03, and that the immortal
Stonewall' was wouuded while riding
a!ot the skirmish line looking after
tin- romtort of his men.
As a cadet aud an Assistant I'rofes
Northern through m.itla. fast 7JK) P. M.
Northern throturh and wiy malla... 0;) A. M.
ILilrlch T. M. and SAW A. M.
Mm'.U for the -N. Itallroad and
routes enpplted therctrom lncled-f
Ins A. A N. C. lUtlroad t
7.00 P M. and 8.00 A. M
.Smthcrn Mult for all points South, r
,taH3- A. &i. anu e.w r. .
Western ror.tl (C. C. lUilway) dUy,
(rxcl snndAy) .6.15 V. M.
All point between Hamlet and Ital-
ctah 0.15 P. M.
road 6.15 A. M, and 8.00 P. M.
Mails for points between Florence
and Charleston 0.15 A. M. and 8.00 P. M.
rsycttCYlite aiidonices on Cape Fear
Hirer, Tuesdays and I rloays i.uu i. au
FayettevUle, rl& Lumbcrton. daily,
except Sundays ....6.13 P. M.
Onslow C. JI. and Intermediate offi
ces. Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A. M.
th vlllc malls, by steamboat, dally
(except Sundays).... 8.30 A. M.
Malls for Easy iruJ, Town Creek,
Shallotte and Little lUvcr, Tues
days and Fridays , 6.00 A.M.
WrlghUTllle. dalfr 8.30 A. M.
OPEN FOR DEUVKBY.
Northern through and way mails. .. .7.30 A. M
Southern Malls 7.50 A. M.
Carolina Central Railroad 9.60A. M.
Malls collected from street boxes business
KrUon of city at 5 A. M.. 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
M. aud frem other pointr of the city at 5
Sump Offioe open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M.,
Money order and Register Department open
jrom 8 A. M. to 5.30 P. M.
General delivery open from 7 A.M. to 6 P.M.
and on Sunriaxs from 8.30 to 9.80 A. M.
Carriers deUvery open on Sunday from P-3fl
o 8.30 A. M. I i
To Builders and others- Go to Jaco
bi's for Sash, Blinds and Doors, Glass,
&c Yon can iret all sizes and at the
ceaaa llrinz. As as thii was l.n. aor. I wan at the Virginia, Military In
hid cxpccled. nlsu ! stitutc tur live eari with
I then !epnel the
the enemv. as J
ceased their tirinz
33rd resDnt under l.'ol. Avery a
J. .Incksoti, where he always adil
! ni" as "Mr. Lane.' though in the
'skirmishers, and loriuel line ot battlo f in always mot p.easautiy ca.Ieu me
in Its rear. The 7th and 3Tth reiment j 'Lane," ami knob that it was the
were on the rijht of the, plank-road. ; ."i.inje Hd .T.iek" ol the V. M. I. now,
and the ISth and J?th. on, the kit the j the immortal Stonewall Jaokson' o!
left of theCTlh and ticht ot the Ih'.ii uouiedcrate taiue. who, on the yufjh
rested on the road. When
orders to ray rejimenta
I inrormfti them that
-Capital Prize $75,0003
Tickets only $5. Shares in pro
Had Brc--'7i'sIron B titers then
l obtainable, thfs young lady
: tit have saved- her teeth. As it
"j she hnd fo' submit to the pain
1 mohiiication of having; them ex
I'.tcd ' and' artificials' inserted in
r nhice. ' j
r f he bcanly of the iron container
Krown's Iron letters is that it :
. ; o reiirati6n' free from every ii.
j !o's feriturc or jnqredient It can
!t : li;rm, nor caul it fail to dc
'A. This preparation of iron if
, only oncthat can be taken with
t daiv.aife to the teeth. I
To bttikl up weaK systems, to de
roy dyspepsia, toctrive out the efTcci
of malaria, to regulate trbublesom
.ivers, to alleviate kidney distresses
and to confer strength and health
Brown's, iron Bitcers is what tjit
people want. The dniqrist has it.
VA. M., lasnceT iTains on me numuir
ton A WeiOon BalfiroadwiU run as follows ;
DAY HAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS VxihJ
Sos. 47 North akd 4 3 South. - 1
Ieavc WUmlncrton. Front St. Dens t. S.53 11
Arrive at Weldo. w 2.31 P. M
Leave Weldon. 3.00 M
Arrive at Wilm'gton, FrontSt. D'pt, 8.40 P. M
Fast Thkougii Mat l & Passkngeb TKArs
- , DArLT No. 40 SOUTH. I; i. r
Leave WeWon 5.50 P. M
Arrive at Wllm'gton,FrontSt. D'p't 10.'-5P.A;
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAINS Dailt,
' '-; No. 43 North. X.'
Iieav.e Wilmlceton.. S.00.P. bL'
Arrive at Welaon......i.. ........ 2..0 A. M.
Mail ako Pas&exges TSaixsNos 4o and 42
Ix;ave WllmiBtfton, (Snnilays ex-
ccptcd) j.. .. J..... 12.30 A-M
Arrive at Weldon.. ....... f.4- 30 A M
Leave WcMon, (Mondays excepted)!. 03 A M
Arrive at Wilmington ... G 55 a Jl
Train No. 40 South will stop only at Wilson.
Trains on Tarboro Branch Road Lea ve Rockr
Mount for Tarboro at 1,20 AJ M. and 4.30 P.
M. Daily, (Sundays excepted). RctHrnlnff.
leave TartMro at 10.00 A;M anAi P. JI. Dally,
.Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Koad Jeive
JIaUrax for Scotland Neck at 3.25 P. 31. Be-
lurmaj? icave ocou&mi cct at 8.30 A. M
daily except Sunday .( ,
Train No. 47 make close connection at We
don for all o1nts North DjiHir aii t.ji
TraiiilNo. 43 mns dailv and makes Htr nnn
ncctioh tor all Points North via Richmond aud
Washington. j i '
All trains run Bolid between Wi'mlngtbn an
vrasmngwMi, ana nave 1'uiiman I'aiace Sleep
ers attached. j . ,.
I ,For accommodation of local travel a passen
frer coach will be attached to local freight leav
ing Wilmington at 7.00 A,. M. Daily except
Sunday. i 'i .
i JOHN F. DIVINE,
. ! General Suierhitcndcnt.
T. AI. EMEliSON, Genera Passenjrcr Acent.
BAON North CaroUn aT r .
riams ft. .............. . ;tv
Shoulder, lb... . ... . . .. j ; .
WESTERN, SMOKED , ,
, H&ms ..... . V: ..... ..
DRY SALTED . -
seconaaiano.eacu,.... ! 75 o
Shoulders, Jb. . . . -. . . ..
tt 1 M
1 bo 49 1
dec.8-nrm tcTd&w ed
Louisiana State Lottery
Wc do hereby certify that tee tupervisi the
arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi
Annual JJrawingt 0 The Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, aud in person manage and con
trol the Drawings themselves, and that the
same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and
in good faith toward all parties, and toe author
ize ihe Company to use this certificate, with fac
similes ofemr signatures attached, in its adver
r Viii-j " 1 V
I jrave my lot the !?nil ot May , 1803. while Ibt
itnl ciniunaiHicif, inoi'.rntiii iry 01 mi' wruppoorwiii wael
wfMou'il occupy 1 rinsiiii in my ears fr.ini every ilirection
onlenil nw to "push riht ahead."
.1 . It. Lank.
MLnsMAN's! Fi :pton 1zr.1t lJtn Tox
the front line lor the puriww 01 ni!iw
iaz a nisht attack, ami as there wotiM
bo nothius before us lt t!i ct.omy.
thei mus; keep a sharp lookout t the
front. Alter 1 hal lormcil my Hue
from left to nzut I rode back t tnc . i,- tilc iTciniratiou of beet contain-
plankroad to report to l,n. Ilul ami i ui j.s t,,Y nutritious properties. It
there, i a Vie dirk, I nu-t- with (ten. j contains blood-making, force seneratln
Jackson, who rccoftiucil rue nrl !'d ,aml iifo sustaiuius projcrtics; invaiua
asked. "Ine. whom are yovt Hkiis bU, for imk;estiox. i Vrpziix,
for?n 1 replied. lict. I li.t. wiio or- ncnous prostration, and all forms of
derod wc to form uiy line lor a m-ht j general debility; also., in all enfeebled
attack, which I have done, ami I now ; condition, whether the result of c.x
wish to know whether I ""t advance . hantion. nervous prostration, over
or await rarthcr orders. . I then addeil.; WOrk, or acute disease, particularly if
"but Gen.. I don't know where dcii. resullins from pulmonary complaints.
Hill is. andrvs hats acting under jour c.vswn H...i:i & Co;. Proprietors,
orders, it wonld save time, were un to ycw york. Sold bv Im?gits. sat 1 w
tell me what to do."
lOiaiJiVf" ' r ,V I Thi is
toao ana witn a puuin scjihu- u4 iuc
Hhl hand in tnc tiree;tou 01 inc cue
r.t renlied. ,,I,Uh risht
and rode forward. ihi wasthc last-, of sui'crior "stile.' tho languid city
tituo I ever saw toy iM V. M. I. Pro beauty surveys the iuiajiuary physical
festor aud Comniandiiiij Lieut-General, j short comings ol her rustic female cous
I thca rode to the richt to put my line in. Yet if tho latter possess a finer set
in motion, and found thnt a Lieut Col. fol teeth, as she probably does if she
Smith, ol a Pennsylvania regiment, had t ucs SOZODUXT, and the metropolis
come in with white handkcrchiel lictl ; tan belie does not, that striking contrast
tn a stick, to learn whether wo were! suiuueh in her lavor enables her to turn
Oinlcderate or l ntou iropr. . tine tables with a vengance. rcany
;oovl weather for puenmonia.
1. Line."; Troiu tlie iProtid Stiuidpoiut
.n nfirr this, our skirunsttcrs on
tho rizht tired, as I alitrward learned
from Col. Avery, at a mountoi 1.11
Mkn rode uo to his ime and ealietl lor
Williams, and this drew thJi eie- - y Wile's Ncrvoiui lAflecttoti.
my'i artillery and infantry lire and
then wa unnr u aton ,,u,r 1 nrnum jffcctiuacoaMbtcuml."
.skirmish line, u ncii oru.-roi me o. wrilcs Kcr J A tyief Hearer p.
Jy 7 V ' "Many physicians failed to do her ood.
teeth arc better than "style.'
I oat forget, cirls its leap year.
v AVlln'H Vnrvniu IA(lPtl
"Wc hatl evasctl to hope that my
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Constitution adopted December 2d, A. D.,1879.
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No. 42 Leave WlImingtbn,(Mondays - j.
excepted)... .......... . 7.1$. A M
" Arrive at 1'lorence 11.40, A M
No. 45-Leavc Fl rence, (Sundays'
' excepted) ..i 7.40 P M
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Nos. 4
I Wetrtand 47 East. ?
Iieave Wilmington... 9.10 P. M.
Leave Florence, i ; 2.40 A. M
Arrive at C. C. & A. Junction 6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia ; fi.40A. M.
Leave Columbia. 9J 55P AJ.
Leave C, C. & A. Junction 10.20 P. M.
Leave Florence... 4.33 A. M.
Arrive at Wilmington... 9.23 A. hi.
Night Mail akd Passekqek Train, Dailt .
j KO. 40 WEST.
Leave Wilmington .........10.40 P. M
Arrive at Florence 1 45 A. M,
MAIL AND; PA,SSENGER TRAIN DAILT
' No. 43 East. ' !
Leave Florence at...... 3.35 P. M
Arrive at Wilmington .7.42 P. M
Train 43 stops at all Stations. I v
No. 40 stops only at Fleming ton, and Marlon
Passengers for Columbia and all polntaon u
& C. R. R., C, & R. R. Stations. Aiken June
tion, and all points
Night Express, j
and Augusta on Train ii t
. All trains run solid between
Local freight leaves Wilmington daily ex
cept Sunday at 6.10 A. M.
JOHN JT. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERSON. General Passenger Agent
'nov 17 . i i-, .
beyond, should take the
Sleepers for Charleatot
The Volumes ot the Bazar begin with the
tlrst Number for January of each year. "When
no time la mentioned, it will be understood
that the subscriber wishes to commence with
the Number next after the receipt of order.
The last Four Annual Volumes of Harper's
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mail, postage paid. ! or by express, free of ex.
Dense (provided the freight does not exceed
one dollar per volume), lor $7 CO per volume.
ciJou cases xor each volume, suitable for
binding, will be sent by mail. postnid. on re
ceipt of $1 00 each - I
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.Newspapers are not to copy, this advertise
ment without the express order of Harper &
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TTARPKR A TtROTAERS,
nrtvW J - . - " New York
First National Bank of iWil-
Carolina Central R. K.
OFiiofl of General SuPERiNTKBrDEjrT,
Wilmington, N. C. June 13th. 18S8 - - j v
Change of Schedule. ;
N AND AFTER JUNE 13th. 1883. THR
will be operated on tkb
RaUroad : .;-.;
New New lork, each.... .... l so
New City, each. ...... .i........; l tto
BEESWAX, lb.. ..I W
BRICKS, V M i
BUTTER, tflfiv-; -
North Carolina.............. . tt
CANDLES, Y fiV--Sperm.......-..'..,.....
.CUEESJvV -, f-
Northern Factory. X .
Dairy, Cream.... ...r:...;.V..
COFFEE, tt-u -v. 4
Java. . . . . . ... .....i.
Kio. ........... .......
CORN MEAL. Mm.. In aackr
Sheeting, 4 A, jd... k eu
-Yams. 4?" bun an.....'. 1 $ 4
EGGS, V, dozen.. U.... ... 2.V 1
Mackerel. No.1, V bbl...... J6 00 ttm oc
lackerol, No. 1, tf'fcalf bbl.'. 8 60 10 1
Mrxkerel, No. C, V-bbLI..'. 8 CO . 10 Ou
Mackerel, No. 2, haU bbl.. a 00 O 5 to
Mackerel. No. 3 bbliU.... 7 7i a 8O0
Mullets, V bbU 4 00 a r
Mullets, Pork bbls 7 00 8 so
N. C. Roe Herring, keg..., 3 00, (MM
' 1 irv a nii m m. t t i
f r.n i. iL.iuuiiS, v s.000 fi8 J u
Peruvian Guano, No. 1..L....57 00
, -v.! DNo. 2.....360
" i " Loboa.... ..00 00
Baugb's J'hosphate . . . ..... .00 CO 'I
. wmviiuat utuwUMitifMiiHliI W
Ground Bone .J:.......00 00
Bonei Meal.. ...".V..;..... ....00 00
ltonei Flour..... 00 DO -
Navassa Guano... ........... .40 00
Complete Manure. .......... .gno 00
Whann'a Phosphate.. ...... a,00 00
, Wando Phosphate 1...00 00 j
Derger & Baus Phorphate..0Q Wh
. Excellenza Cotton Fertlller.55 oo'
French's Carbonate of Lime... 7 o
French's Agricultural Lime., 4. 60
FLOUR, y bbl , ...r i ; 1 , i ,
Fine o oq
Northern Super.'. i.l .;.v.i..,li, J - 5 bo ,
; ; vs" , ; Extra.. ........ J fl 00
. City Mills Extra 6 00!
i " , Family..;. ....U. 5 75t.
Extra.FamUv.... 6 SO .
GLUE V lb.. .... ............ L n a
GRAIN, bushel 1 ;
1 Corn, from store, bags.whlte, . , .t
Corn, cargo, in bulk, white.. O ' ,
Corn, cargo, in bags, white.. '66 o'
Corn, cargo, mixed, in bags.. , . , o 1
Oats, from store....... . 65 o;l
Cow Peaf...,.........b.... 1 CO . "a l
HIDJ&3, Y in
HAY. V 100 fts-
Kastern.. 1 so a 1
Western k 1 IS. je 1 25
North River...:......,....:... I 75 O '85
HOOP URON,. V .A Lf SfcO i
LARD.v By . . '
Northern. 10340 n
North Carolina..: HOO A , 10
LIME, f barrel Ii40 'tf
LUMBER, City Sawed, V M ft. 1 I:
ShlpBtnff, resawed...........l3 CO Sdqo W
Rough Edge Plank.. 15 00 016 01
West India Cargoea.according i " 4-
, ta quality 13 00 HIS
Dressed Flooring, seasoned:. 18 00 tF22 00
Scantling and Board. eono..l2 00, 015 00
MOLASSES. V gallon , . J y 1
I New Crop Cuba, In hhda. . .'.!. v 0C , &6 1
,l M " f. In bbla..;..L
Porto Rico, In bads..........
" -i i in bbls
Sugar House, In hhds.
. 7 In bbls.....
Syrup, In bbls
NAILS, Keg, Cut. 104 basis
OILS. V gallon .
KeroBcne. ............ .i....
...... ......... ..........
Deck and 8par,
POULTRY - vti ,
Chickens, live, grown... L...
r Turkeys ....X..,.L1....
PEANUTS y bushel..........
POTATOES, V bnshel- r
Sweet . ... .
PORK, V barrel
1 City Mess.. ........ 28 8C
Prime.......: ........16 00
Rnmp...... it 00
kjujk carouna, v !.....;...
i Rough, V bushel
RAGS, & tb-Country;...?...-
nor js, v ib
SALT, V aack, Alum..MJ.....
LIverpoo .......: 4.....
SUGAR, V ttV-Cttb;1. 4 . .. . . J
Porto Kico.. ............. ..j..
a oouec. .
Tl - 4
ex c :
0 7 50
0 5 00
Cf tf uu
0 6 50
0 8 75
0 8 50
0 t tC
0 1 45
0 1 00
0 I 20.
' , ' "' ' '
a 1 ,
do id 1 10
024 00 1
iv0 1 m
mo , w
' 00 0 1176 ,
00 0 7J .
,00 0 7i
00 0 00
00 0 oc
1 1 00 0 tl
I 22 L
1 w mm v-m
mui " 11
SOAP, hv-Northern b' 5. 0 6
9uuuja,7 in. VM... W 60 011 00
wnuaon.........w;..... 2 50
Oypresar8ap...,....i....... 4 50
Crprees Hearts....::.. -11 oo'
STAVES, y M-Wi Barrel..H 00,
-iw j. uogsncaa.. ............ .00 00
Afproxtautlo Prize of $73o.
9 " - - joO.
9 M . 250;
rih farwranl. oaj ot" tt
Irthts brave !! noble l.iut.
Col. Hill, inlorujetl mo that tbej were
S4ttij&cU thit tberc were troops ot some
kind ou our rUUU ami advised me to
reconnoitre In thai fltrectton ueiorc an
tien.iender theo rode up, called me
Xcrcinc has cured her.
Tim oelebnaed Fish Brand Gills,
Tn'tno b sold only at Jacobi's Hard J
ware IV pot '
Prtxe. amonnUajr lo..... $363,500
A ppUcaUoa for rate to club should be made
1 only to th dice ot the Compaay la New Or
For further bxlormatlon. write clearlr.'rlT-
m full m.t.im ff . I. . n . . J 9
'7. . v. curacy urv
1 jst1o and addrea Registered Lcuerst
V ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK?
POSTAL NOTES and oiSxtSraVv
Mail or Express (all sams of i and upward
by Exprc at oar expense) to
M. A. DAUPUDf. ,
- "ew Orieamj- La.
or XL A. DAUP1US, . TT. ,
DepoelU received aad collection; made on
all accessible poisfsln the Ultel State. !
E. E. SURRUSS. j' j d:g. WORTB1
A. MARTIN. f JAS.SPRUNT,
GEORGE.cn AD BOURN.
E. C BURRUfrS.
p1 . -t -
PASSENGER MAIL AKD EXPRESS TRAIN
Vf Dally except Sundays. .
' . 1 fave Wilmington at 7.00 P. 51
No. L Leave Raleigh at. .......... .7.35 P . -M
! ) Arrive at Charlotte at 7.00 A. U
- ) Leave Charlotte at 8.45 P. Jl
No. J. J Arrive Raleigh at....L 8.30 A. M
1 ) Arrive at Wilmington; at.... 8.25 A. M
Passenger Train top at 'regular station
only, and point designated In the Companvr
Time Table. - I ..... . . t J
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, UAIL
' EXPRESS AND FREIGHT. '
- Dally except 8uBday8.' j -1 '
Leave Charlotte..; sjso P m
Arrive at 8helby.. 900 p m
Leave Shelby... ... J..".;..". 7 io a! M
Arrive at Charlotte .L 10I30 a. Si
wJS512':i?iIlSlSrk? close connection
Hamlet with R. & A. Train to and from Ral-
. inl?.teepl5Car8 becen- WIlmihgtoB
BMzh and Charlotte.
fifiSSJWV-.l J Station.
r . , , "cviii ana point west
! Also, for Spartanburg, GrcenvUle, Athen
Atlanta and all point Southwest.
- ! L. C. JONES,
v w ir wir ! . Superintendent.
tW.LUARK, General Paaeenger Agent
mxiu x air.
0 3 00
0 5 00
0 014 0i
mM AAA ........ ........ ..... JO IRMV V
wouuvir iuill. .. .i ....V... S W
Inferior to Orafnarv l. a nrt
Nortli Carolina... .i..........i 00
WOOL, f fiwWashed.... 25
: Unwaahed.i... 0
. Burrv i t .T ?. v. 1 1
0 i CO
at, a so
0 w -
ing, Ties, Twine.
2 flflf! ?lf Rolls l4 and b HANGING
jUUU 3,000 Bdl COTTON TIES. T
5 Bale BALING TWINE,
- : - For sale by - -
' nov 26 XERCUNER & C ALDER BE03
-Bacon, Lard, Molasses.
lOCl Dry Salt Sides, 50 tfeses Lard,
XUU 100 Hhd Molasscfl. For sale by 1
nor 2C KERCHNER A CA LDER BB03
SilTer FUtcdfipoorta and Forks, low
taie & Monrce 5ts..Ch;c2ia.
.Sa4. Drum Mv-Vf4e; n,4
MM t. r
i Flour.1 Sugar, Coffee.
T nnn ?A'q8Tade.,
50 Bbls Refined RITO ARK.
joo sack COFFEE. For Mia by J
UERCI1NER A CALDEB BH'J
John C, Davis,
A TTORSEY AND : : 1
a COUNSKT.Tl ap t W
KT 1 U the Court of WcStaU. , -'
ofIi1 atteilUoa PalJ to the collection
- ' "j OT 24 tf
"yyE HAVE FULL LINES OF TOBACU,
which we are selling EIGHT CK NTS! iniJr
price prlor!to liar 1st. , ' I
' Alo a very large stock of GROCERIES aJ,
PROVISIONS at botlom flnre: t ..
WOETH & WORTH
For Pocket Knives or Table, Cutlery
go to Jacobi1 nardwftrcDrot.; if