The Daily Review.
JOSH. T. JAMES. VWtvz A
WILMINGTON'. N. C. .
SATUUDAY. JAXUAUY II I8i.
"2Si5sM injuriously affect oar trade with
Mr. I'araeU is now .n: his honi la
t i . . . . . . .
stvoaua'.e, in ito niiJt of the !c!tf hi
fulioeneryof WickW. wher m will
csotho 40.noa presented to hint in
developing the cranito nuarry cm hit
estate aral enlarging the orvcratioti ,f
hiswwniin. Of his uersonai
lies an KaIsh paper remarks: "It!
has often been pointed out that he has
. hardly a single characteristic in common
with hiscounirj men. He!. coM and
they are Tery fervid; he is calculating
and they arc impulsive, he has u
respect for green frsgs or harps, and
they have made their literature pictures
quu with both; he is a dalt and labored
speaker, ana they are eloquent, by!
nature; he is dMrcralcly
and they arc dipiied tn be
Thaller. U.K. Ilebcr Xetrloii. r
All Sou" Kpi-M-i.il Church. Ncr
York belrc teiiiuiiir his mtmiou lt
Sundir luorniii- nnnniimt lint l.
had concluded to diH-uuunue Sui..
d3y alfrnoon course nr Wture on the
RIble. This was 'done at the relict .f
AManl Bishop l'uttcr-t rce-i
which. Mr. Xcwn.aKud.iwi..:: Iron,
his ecclesiastical superior and personal
friend, appealed to his loyally. Mr-
Xewton said in coniuicm-in-' Jih our.-
of lecture h ,iuatit V held the ini.'l-
lijcnt ktndy of :hc Old Tilatiititt on
the prt ot I Km- wl..s l.ihh m the r.v -
etalion there rvcwrdetl ic-l on u.--
thing lecicr than a npcr-titiu in -
.Im.I..1:iv''....I I.. il.n 1 I .... t
slid nothing lliat wa not au o!t! ;toi ;
to biblical scholars, and in the pro
foundest rercreucv for the real spiritual
revelation, "which came to man
kind through the hHtoru ,;rovtn
of the reople ol tcliiciou."
Upon being interviewed, Ihshop Totter
said: My letter was in the form of a
request from a friend to abstain from
that which'inight create disjeusioas.
Tho Church is pot an absolute niou
archy, and its authorities arc not vested
with despotic powers, therefore I could
issue no command. His scries of scr
moos have been called to my altenliou
only in a general way. There lias been
no complaint made from any clergyman
in the dioccfc. and. with only one ex
ctption, no complaint has been made
by a layman directly. I have, however,
received letters calling my attcntiou to
the character and possible effect of his
series of lectures. It was bee a use of
lite effect upon the youu. upon others
who might be influenced, that I felt
called upon to take the stcn I have
taken and make the request I did.
The statesmanship of the Republican
party, says the H or-, is remarkable
The Secretary or the Treasury is bewil
dered by the er.ormotB surplu refcuue
and the manner in which money kefp
flowing in upon him by the millions.
Like tho tni?r in the "CniinesoIComc
villc. he clutches at the gold and seeks
to hide it away, only to Gud it fratur
ingatont and piling up- in conltiMng
heap on every fide.
The Secretary calls in ujnd. Rut
that is a.trifle. He still cries for relief.
. The people say decrease our burdens.
Take cA the taxes on the article we
consume1 in onr dailr live, l-et n
have mere rvasonabV rents, cheaper
food and cheaper clothing. Ceaw pay
ing off tho debt. Deerva. the heavy
expenditures of a prodigal (unvrmneut.
i Jth tn:r of todav have the bene-
C: oftho surplus, aud give life and vigor
ia th KmmNt nf lh COttUtfV by CVaS-
fcW UU w - - - m -
ing to lock up these hundreds of mil
lions in tho Treasury as a fund lor ex
travagance and corruption.
The people say give us cheap tea.cof
fee. surir. Cheapen all the articles o
generaifamilTConsamptton. Impose du
ties to meet the expenses or uovernmem
honesty administered, and in so doing
discriminate in favor ot our industries
.. . i i
and for the protection cu our nome la
bor. j -
Whtt says Repnbl:cn ftatesmanship
through its organs? It is true we have
an unwieldy and troublesome surplus
rcTcnue, but dont dccrcaie it by re
ducing taxat'on or tariff. There are
two ways ot cat'ing down the revenue
they say ono by rcducng castoms du
ties, the other by raising them so high
.as to reach prohibition and atop impor
tations. Tho latter they avow to be the
remedy that commends itself f Repub
L?t us see 'here this Republican pol
By leviny prohibitory nuuei we
certainly stop the increase of reyennc.
lor no one imports and no dulie are
oollecxd. What follows? We pre
clude tho possibility of commercial ex
changethe lile-blood of a nation.
Shutting out foreign gwU from our
markets we close foreign markets to
iur own tU. Wc directly challenge j
retaliatory measures, ana invuc loreisu
nation j to exclude our trafc as we cx-
V enrouraje fa! invoices, forrery,
perjury and smujrs'inx. With Canada
5 tag aJocc aa extended open border
tbo new Repoblicari ; policy! would
compel us to ktcp up a Ti3t rerenue
army or allow oursclrcs to bo over run
with smuggled goods. . ; .
Odd of the first principles of legisla
tion Is to to arrange taxation that it
oiaer countries. Kcanblican stalea-
manshlp reverses thia aid proposes to
fo arrange taxation aa to shut off Jour
; trade with other countries. It
incredible that a Great and intelligent
party can seriously j advocate such! an
imbecile and ruinous policy. j
ihe North River Construction Cow-
pany. which built the New York, West
Shore & Itaflalo Railway, has been put
In the bands of a receiver on the appli
cation ot Valentine L. I-arry, the pres
ident ol the New Jersey & New York
Railroad. Chancellor Rjojoq. of New
ark, N. J., appointed Judge Ashbel
Green the receiver. Gen. Edward F.
Wioslow. the president of the company
iiaid: Th annliritffn w mailft in
f tlic interest and for the protection of
h credjtora an( stockholders fJlho
company. I think it It understood that
this actiuu is in no way hostile to Ihe
coupauy. but wm instituted for the
piiriHo of iiiT'kins the protection of
i l',e ",l,rl lM UuUl
I lhc n5'cls ol company, among which
j ,M"r l?n .l00 T. ?
I U f 1 Shore A: Kuflalo
ta,wa' JI. consMuiiu; a ma-
l)il She Die?
lin'pred ami MilViTml alornr.
j ,,i,,is aWay all the time lor years the
' doi-ior tioin ber no ;rood; and at last
1 wa u '! Hop Isill7, lh?. Ta
lr -"' much about, inderd! in
j ,)W lu3nkluj xre s!,0(iM Ip for
I ... m- .-
Highly rifled Santa Clans.
Ttxi: liret wager The alphab.
A poet sends us a poem called. "The
Sweets of I5ve." and it doesn't contain
a single allusion to the caramel. ruck.
A Western town recently had a
shower of snails, and a mean editor in
an adjacent county said he guesed
they'd lixed on the right place to come
io.llurlingtoii 1'rcc I'rcs
A woman may be perfectly -angelic
and as patient as patient can be. and
still not be ablo to look calmly on while
her husband draws a match along a
picture-framo to light his pipe. Puck.
There was a young girl at DcL&
Who loved a young man in the b&
And promised to be bis wife; -She
said to herself, "I'll ba jrr&.
Wear a smile both childlike- and bl&.
And cherish my love all my life.
Xcio York Journal
Xilsaoo says Ralti's voice holds oat
remarkably well for a woman of her
age. Patti only hopes eho may bo ablo
to sing as well aa Nilsson when aho -is
as old. Gerster remembers tho pleasure
both these singers gave her when she
was a littlo girl. Hcayunc.
An exchange belloves that experience
shows that a book agent, if ho under
stands his business, can make more
than ordinary wages. . lie can. Ho can
make a man mad with the book agent
who tramps bis pet corn. The book
agent can mako Inta beside ordinary
wa?e. Oil City Blizzard.
Yoon Spoonbill: I Ati, my dearest
Mt3 ShiUinwbrth. if I may I have
long wished for this sweet opportunity,
but t hirdly dare trust myseir now to
speak the deep emotion. But. n short.
I love you! and your smile would.
"bed would shed would " Miss S. :
Oh. nevermind the wood shed! How's
your aunt's money invested? And
where are the securities deposited?"
Aer's Hair Vigor improves the
beauty of tho hair and promotes its
growth. It imparts an attractive ap
pearance, a dclightfnl and lastinz per
fume. While it stimulates "the roots,
cleanses the scaln. and adds elegance to
luxuriance, its c fleets are enduring; aud
thus it proves itsell to bo the best and
chcarrst article for toilet use.
Geu. itutler does not smoke now.
The first cotton raiser in California
wai Mrs. Strong, and she produced 100
bales last jear.
When Gen. Hancock was travelling
in the West a rural genius innocently
asked him where he was during the late
M. Grevy. Presideut ot the ', French
Republic, is said to have beaten M.
Vignaux. tho famous professional plays
er, at billiards.
"Kate Field is perhaps the most ver
satilc woman living." says a correspon
dent of the Cleveland Ucrald. "She is
something ofan actress, something of
a writer, something of a singer, some
thing of a lecturer and something of a
fashion expert: but, unfortunately, she
excels in none ol these occupations."
Anthony Trollopc received $2t0'for
his first production and $33,000 for one
of his last. Capt. Marryatt rcceWcd
SIOU.000 for one of his works, and Lord
Lytton $13,000 for the copyright of the
. r i I
cueap cuuion oi mi vrorks.
George W. Cable renders, during his
readings one or two Creole-African
songs: he modestly announces, hows,
crcr. that they ate not offered as musl
cal performances, and begs that they
be not' criticised as part' of the pro
Years have dealt gently with Gentle
in au George, as Sen stor Pendleton is
called by s correspondent. Turning GO
t now, his hair i as black, as glossy and
a5 curly as it was when be Urt took
his seat in the oM hall of the llous. of
Ueprescntatire "His beard has whit
cued some, but hUejcaare briiht, there
is a jocm! color in hb cheeks, he stepi ia
a aprtchtly way. and still loves a quick
walk down the avenue.
Connecticut's tramp law is j inopera
tive, since any tramp tray escape its
penalties by swearing that ho is looking
It is claimed on behalf of the pills
sold by the late Mr. Hollo way that ii
they did not do all the good wncih the
45.000 worth a year of advertisements
alleged, they, at any rate, never uiu any
Dissatisfied with Southern Georgia, a
largo parly of immigrants recently set
out for Arkansas and Texas, and in
Dalton. Ga.; they met a largo party re
turning from tnoso waics-10 ineir oia
homes m (rcorgia and Alabama.
In the House of Commons forty
members are necessary to make a quo
rum, in the House ol Jords only three.
and frequently in one night measures
deer in? Urea and Dropertics are passed
through two readings by Ihreo old gen
TheEoglish society journals announce
that Mrs. Langtry's engagements - in
this country have proved so unexpect
edly satisfactory that she has abandoned
her contemnlatad trip to Australia, and
will return to England at the close of
the dramatic season for a few months'
The ostriches on the Anahini farm,
California, laid 305 eqjs during the sea
son from the 1st of May last until the
- ni a . i a .
1st ot Uetoocr. i ne oirus nave own
plucked twice since their arrival on the
l Tl, .I!. r Hfnr n?Y loir!
ed $500. The clip on December yielded
1UV 11121 i; lit lit iMAUl . J-'u
2,500 quills ot all kiuus from eigntcen
birds, and is valued at $1,000.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying
i di.j i i it..: .. n:n..r..n
iHiucy, xiaiio'jr ami uiiniirv
$1. ' Druggists.
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J nines Russell Jewell has accepted
the rresidency of the Rirmingham and
Midland Instituts lor 1834.
L'araly sis, Nine Years.
"After having suflring lor !) years
with paralysis," gavs Mr. Joseph
Yaies, of Paterson. New Jersey, "I
wns cured by Samaritan Xervirie."
Mr. Yalcs authorizes- thi3 statement
Your drugzist keeps it, $1.50
The use of nursing bottle for child
ren js strictly prohibited at the Paris
-: , . ,
A Case not Ueymicl Help.
Dr. M. H. Hinsdale, -Ken a wee. III.
advises us of a remarkable coreof
consumption. Hesiys: A ueighbor's
wife was attacked with Jung disease,
and pronounced beyond help from
Quick Consumption. As a last resort
the family was persuaded to try DR.
wm. hall's Balsam for the
LUNGS. . To the astonishment of all,
by the time she had used one half dozen
bottles she was about the house 'doing
her own work. I saw her at her worst
andhad no idea she could recover.1'
Professional burglars are at work in
various portions of the State.
Letter From Dr. Serre.
18 West 35t StreetI ,
New Yobk. June 1. 1883,
I have been a sufferer in the aast with
Malaria, which finally became Chills
and Fever. Treatment by my physician
failed to help me. I used Braxdketii 8
Pills and was cared. Thirteen months
have elapsed since then, and I have had
no recurrence Other members of my
family used them for the same trouble.
with the same good result.
I cheerfully endorse them for that
Illness, and also as a pleasant laxative
or purgative, according to the number
taken, lney are now a household K
remedy with me. and I am never with
out them. I would gladly give the do
tails ot the forcgoingto any who 'might
choose to call upon no c Tor then.; jii'
J. U. SERKE; Dentist.
The "Confederate treasure find" near
Washington was a hoax
"Mens sana in corpcre sano:' A
sound mind in a sound body1 is the
trade mark of Atlcn9 Uraia rood, and
we assure your readers that, if dissatis
lied with cither weakness of Brain or
Codily powers, this remedy will
permanently strengthen both. $1. Alj
dmjrzists. or by mail from J. II. Allen,
3l5;rrirt Ave. New York City, jeod&w
A Fair Offer
Tue Voltaic Belt C0.7 Marshall,
iMicu., oiler to send Dr. Dye's Volatic
Iklt and Appliances on trial, for thirty
days, to men. younz or old. afflicted
with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
Kirmrea iron Dies. .
Seo advertisement in th& paper,
t th 9 eovr&w
The large3t aud best stock, of
Windows. Doors. Blinds &cl and at
Factory prices is at N. JacobiV Hard
ware Depot. f
T IIAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE Agent
for the TANNER A DELANET ENGINE
CO'S ENGINES AND BOILERS from 4 to ISO
hone power; alw Trarmraj er Narr A ;
Eaflnes atlapteI to Farm ne a se;ialtr.
WO band an.l for aale very low, FIVE
SECOND II AND PORTABLE ENGINES,
from S to IS hor power.
DRESSED PpfLTRY, DCPUN COU.NTX
SACS AGE AND UVER PfDDIXU, N. -'C.
Sl les aad a full stock of Choice Family Gro
ceries. Prices reasonable. Respectful! r,
A. W. RITENRABE,
Tbe Lire Grocer aad Produce Com. Mer
chant 114 Nona Water St., Wilmington. N.C.
"misc Juu jSeo i3.---W
V.yvt FIrr . I ;w Rrjtniri
1 nere were some wicxea partners,
and it was fudged best to kick them
out, for the business was oflong stand
ing, and therewas a fe that the wick
ed! oartters would brincr itto grieC v
There ytes old; Mr Debility.
He was si complaining fdlow,-a!ways
tired, and always wanting to sit down
and rest, instead of doing his share
oi we woric..
There was little Mr. Nervous
Ness, a fidgety, fussy chap, constantly
airaia me concern was going to ruin.
There was .bothersome Mr. Bil
iousness, quarrelsome and angry,
He., alwavs misunderstood everv-
body, and said that everybody mis
And there was the much-despised
Mr. Bad Blood. A troublesome
creature was he to get along with.
He raised a commotion in the con
cern every day, and j made myriads
So the wicked partners had to be
kicked out, . The agent selected to
do the business was Brown's Iron
Jitters, notea ior worKing so pieas-
antly.'sb silently, and so effectually.
Brazen s Iron B titers laid hokr o
Mr. Debility' by" the heels and
gently dragged him out, laying-him
aside for future use, in case he should
Browits Iron Bitters worried Mr.
Nervousness out flat, giving him
no chance to make a fuss during the
operation. - . - !
' Brown's Iron Bitters made direct
wan on, Mr. Biliousness and told
nm tfiat he "must go. B. turned
round and. snarled something about
"wouldn't go till he had a mind to "
and tlieri made up his mind that' the
sooner he got out the less trouble
here would be in his going.
"r Brmm 's Iran Bitters tbei tQok M r.
Bad Blood in hand, and found that
he' could change him entirely. : So
he put into him some of that famous
DreDariation of pure ironl arid cast out
all nis badness, reforming his char
acter entirely and making him anew.
AThe firm now consists of Health,
Happiness, Purity,'and Vigc r, wit
Brown's Iron Bitters for special p-
dec 8- nm tc dw 5 cd
First National Bank of .Wii-
Depoelta received and collect Ions; made ot
all accessible polnfsTta the United States.
E K. BURRUS8. ' D. U. WOBTB?
E. E. BURRUB9.. ..........
TT. LARKINS ..
.. A'hi Caaalar
MISSES BURR JAUES, Principal.
MRS. at. S CU8HING, Musical Inatraetreas.
rrUIE TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION of
thia School will commence on Thursday, the
4th of October, 1883, ani close daring the third
week In Jane, 1SS4." -
Tbe course of instruction la thorough and
systematic. Terms reasonable. Lessons In
painting in Oil, Water Colors and Pastel, with
Sepia and India Ink drawing, and Crayon and
pencil sketching, at moderate rates.
Where a class of ten or twelve la formed for
the school of painting, the price will -be re
duced."!' .?!! 'f : '-;
Pupils outeido of the school who desire mu
sical laatructioa. win do well to apply early.
For farther particulars Inquire of Prinoipais,
or can Tor circoiar. i
sept 12 . ;-, 4 '- : :.;!? i.".
TTNDKETAKER, CABINET MAKER AN!"
J - -
CARPENTER. Oflee and Work Shop on See
ad atreet. opposite Sontherland's subles.
- JLespectxulfr solicits orders and guarsntee
good WOTX. prompt wurrv m UMartlm 1
vrrvi. - .-.. j
New Buckwheat !
; J:; New B.uckwh
JEW BUCKWHEAT AND WHITE Syru
49 suit, received by New York Steamer to-day
Also Cakes and Crackers of every variety.
. ' I - t- :. ... . .
fresh and crisp, and a genersl stock of Fresh
Groceries uauaUyfoun4 in a nrot-class Gro
v . . .
eery at Crapoa's Family Grocery.
GEO; M. CRAPON, A rent.
OCX 29 J t ii . t
momM roti im
fw Portraits inCrayori or
ORDERS ' PRdiFTLT EXECTJTED? CIN
the finest 'style. In onler to more fully lotro
dace the work my prices are to the lowest
cent for first class work. Friends are Invited
to call and examine for themselves. .
ORIN T. THOMAS. ArtlsL
dee S j 119 Marke st.. Wilmington, N. C-
UI1I2 lO AJDSC.
L RiilJioaa Company
Omcx of Gsxzaai. SnrxanmsrpnKT.
WlbnlASton. N. C, Nor 17. 1S2S.
Change of Schedule. ,
rS AND AFTER KOVE 13. ISS3. AT1.0S
vyA. M., r&ssenfer Trains on tbe WHmla$
wo a etoon tuuiroaa wiu ran as xouows :
DAT MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS DAU.1
Nos. 47 North aito 43 SorrH. ,
Leave Wlbnlngton, Front St. Depst, 8.53 A. 11
ArrlTO at Welaos 2.31 p. at
Leave Wcldon. 3.00 P. at
Arrive at WUm'ton, Front St. l'i.L 8.40 P. af
Fast Tir&ocGn.MAii. A PassexAeb Trxot
Daelt No, 40 Sotrni. ,
Leave Wcldon. ................... j . 5.ik) P. M
Arrive at Wllmton.Front St. Dp't 10.25 P.Jal
aiAII, AND PASSENGER TRAINS DAILT
I So. 43 North. -.- - ' ')
Leave Wilmington................ s.OQ P. at
Arrive at vewoa , 2..0 A. II.
Mail axd Passenger Tbaixs Nos 43 and 42
Leave Wilmfns ton. . (SundayB cx-'
ccpteti) ..12.30 A M
arrive at wejuoiu..... 6 30 A M
learc WcMon, (Mondays excepted)!. 03 a M
Arrive at Wilmington... ...... .... x M
Train So. 40 South will ston nniv at wiiaAn
nvi.i i . "r J "
xraina on xarboro Branca Uoad Leave Rockv
Motut forTarboro at' 1J20 Ai, M. and 4.30 P.
L( ilaUy. (gnnilays excepted). Ucturnlnir,
leave TarbOro at 1DM A M and 3 P. M. Dally.
'Trains on Scotland Neck Rranrh umi i.L
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.25 P. If. Re
turnlnff leave ! Scotland Nerk t ft si a t
dally except Sunday. . .. $ , .
Train No. 4T make close conniv.tl.in ' Wn--
don for all points North Dally. All rail vl
Richmond, and dally except Sunday via Ba'
Train No. 43 runs daily and m.ikAar lew
ne;UMi for all Points North via Ulchaiond aud
All trains run solid between Wi'mln
Waahloirton. and have Pullman VaIacp swt
era' Attached; I '
I or accommodation of local travel a naiwn
ger coach will lie attached to local freight leav
ing Wilmington at 7.00 A. M Daily otci.l
. - . ' I JOHN F. DIVIXK, !
" General Superintendent.
T. M. EMERSON, Genera' Paascnjrer Aeeau
nov 17 . 5i . , -
& Augusta It. H. Co.
OrilCK or GKNERAL 80PERTENItrT. .
j ' j WUmlnxton. N. C Nov 17. K83. A
Change of Scheduler
ON AND AFTER KOV'B ISth, ISSS, at
43 A.M., the following Passenger Sched,
nie will be run on this road :
No.42 Leave Wllmlogton,(Monday8
i cxeeptea;..... ........ .'..-7.1.1 au
Arrive at Florence .,11.40 A M
No. 45 Leave Fl rence, (Sundays r
excepted) 7.40 p M
Arrive at Wilmington....... 12 10 P M
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Nos.
' ' iWetand47 East.' f s
Leave Wilmington 9.10 P. at
Leave Florence 2.40 A. ai.
Arrives at C. C. A A. Junction 6.35 A; M.
Arrive at Columbia ft.40 A. 11.
Leave Columbia. 9. 55P. ai.
Leave C, C. & A. Junction,..,.!... 10.20 P. M.
Leave Florence 4.33 AM.
Arrive at Wilmington.. 8.23 A. M.
Nionr Man. ahi Passenosr Tbain, Dahlt
; . . . No. 40 West. j.
Leave Wilmington:.'... ............. 10.40 P. M;
Arrive at Florence.. .....V. 1.45 A. M.
MAIL' AND PASSENQER TRAIN DACL.T
No. 43 East.
Leave Florence at 35 P. M
Arrive at Wilmington.......... .....7.42 P. hi
Train 43 stops at all Stations.
No. 40 stops only at Flemlngton. and Marion.
Passengers for Columbia and all nolnts on
Jk f! It f W P AfHma IlVm Tmm.'
tlon, and all points beyond, - should take the
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Charleston
and Ausrusta on Train 4-i . - 1 -
All trains run solid between , Charleston and
Local freight leaves Wilmington dally ex
cept Sunday at 6.10 A. M.
; . i JOHN F. DIVINE,
J - General Superintendent
- T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger A rent
- nov 17 . . . ... - ,
Carolina Central . R.; B;
OmOI OI GEHZBAL SUPKRHfTKWDKllT,
1 - - ' , - - - - ' . . . 4 J
Wilmington, N. C, June 13th.J 1S83
QI AND AFTER JUNE ,13th, 1883, THE
following Bcnwraie will be operated on this
PASSENGER MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIN
Dally except Sunday a.
1 Leave WCmlnsrton at.....-..1.00 P. M
No. LI Leave Raleigh at. ....7.35 P. M
Arrive at Charlotte at-... . . .7.00 A. ' M
1 Leave rjharlotta mt..A.ailL4a T if
mo.z. Arrive Kateijrh at..... .... ..S.S0 A M
J Arrive at Wilmington at. .. .8.23 A.1 M
Passenger Trams atop at regular stations
only, and points designated in the Company
Time Tabfe. -
8HELBT DPTISION, PASSENGER, MALL
c EXPRESS AND FREIQITT. if -
'" Dally except 8undaya , r
Leave Charlotte.... 5.30 i 'if -
Arrive at Shelby 9.00 P. 1L
LeaveSbelbr 1...... 7.00 A.M.
Arrive at Charlotte... ..............10.30 A; M.'
Trains No. 1 and t make close connection
Itamiet with R. A A, Tralna to and from Ral
elgh. '"J " ' ..-.-.. n, .
Through Sleeping Car between Wllmlajrun
and Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
Take -Train No. 1 for Statesvllle, Stations
Western N C R R, AahevUle and points West i
Also, for 8partanburg, GreenvilJe,J Athena I
Atlanta and all points Southwest. .u !
' I ,-.t , I. C. JONES,
T. W. CLARK, General Passenger Agent
ATTORNEY AND , , "
V ' COUNSELLOR ATT.U w -
Office OTer the Bank of New IUnover. "
Practices la all the Courts of State.. 2
sueiin iuti.1 In the COUCCtiOn
I ffMSI " . - -' .VI..
IF THE OLD TEAR IS GONE AKD THE
vivVrna C5m?. HUMPHEET, JEN
KINS A CO., are still receiving at their Oys
ter IIoue. No. 112 outh rmt st .
supply everr day of New Elver OystersT Oys
Swar.0 sSu OysTe?.
always on hand, fte. jan 8
r nn TiJt9
I 1 7 IH I f it -4
wholesale urteea cene
sm&ll orders hlzbcx price
f - 'iinr
llama. v u. a '
Sbonldcrs, ib , ' o a i
fMUCn. V " 11 - A ; f .
oa 1 . stb aa.
'-. v uf. ............. ...... , IlVftO "
uiivuKiciD, v ID.... .......... yn A
Second Hand. each........... l 73 gm
New New Ydrk;,each.. ...... i So a t
i-.cn viijiCaoua ...... ....... ( A)
BRICKS. IM . .
BifTTER, Vfiy - -
CANDLES. V Bw
l a uw
. a vtt. ....... ...... v.. ...... A in
Layra.........-.............t 1 5 u"!
COKN MEAL. V W. In sack - nSS
EGO, dozen........ w 0-
Mackerel. No. 1, V bbl..lS 00 TC0 OC .
Mackerel, No. 1, V half bbl.i i 60 ma oa .
-Mackercllo. C,V bbl.... .. 9 C07l 00
Mackerel, No. 2, V half bbl.. .Mio'ojfe '
y. MackcreL No. 3, bbl 7 . a 8 to
fiuueis, tr DDI.. ....... ....... 4 00 a ' -
Mullets, Pork bbla... 7 00-
N. C. Roe 1 1 erring. tw....!i on
1 1 .. - o - r
? 4 00
FERTILISERS. 1' 2.00o!all .
.rerun an uuano. No. 1.......67 50
' ".r.. - :S NftrS. 28 00
am so :
"t . Loboa.... ..CO 00
Carolina Ferullzer.. ......... .45 00j4KH w
Ground Bone .00 oo W(rou
. xjone aieai
....... T.. .00 Alii AMM -
oono iour ...0000 n&7 aa
Navassa Guanos. ..40 00 iw5W' v
Complete Manure 00 00 a W2 .
Whann's Phosphate.. .V......00 00 gr, (n '
Wando Phosphate. ...... .....00 Co 070 uo
Berger & Ruiz's Phosphate. .00 00 tHjO 00 1
Excellenza Cotton Fertilirer.&5 00 jw ai
French's Carbonate of Lime.. . 7 00 - o f m '
French's Agricultural Lime...; S 50 a
FLouii,'vibi- r 1 ; 1 -
. Fine.. m. 0 00! OS.00, ...
Northern Super............... S 00 a u
Extra.h..i:.......' . i 00 0 su
, " Family......... ,,.'., 7 00 O t 74
City Mills Extra 6 60 a 6 SO
. , . " . -Family..4. ...... v 5 73 O 6 Co
" Extra Family., e fiO a . flo
GLUE V lb II U
GRAIN, V bushel -v - ,
j Corn, from store, bags,white. ; t . O i 75 "
CAtUm canro. In bulk, white.. ", "fit '
" Corn, cargo, In bags, white. 'J CB : o I i tt
nCorn, cargo, mixed, in, bags i j . a ot
ja10, liuui okuxo. .
- Cow Pea....,. 1
HIDES, lb ,
a 1 h ,
Western.. 1 la a
North River 79 a 8i
HOOP ITRON, V lb.. ........ S0:
LARD, V ft- ? ? . !? -
Northern...:.............;.: ico' us
North Carolina..;. .i.. 00 O i Hi
LIME, & barrel 1 40 O .
LUMBER, City Sawed, Mft. ' u
Ship Stuff, resawed.........4.1l CO, 4720 00
' Rough Edge Plank.... ... ....15 00 &l$ OL
West India Cargoes,aecorctlng tj -.:,. rr
to quality.. , 12 00 gfU '
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.. 18 00 gj5 Off
Scau t line and Board. com'aJ.li 00 4il 00 '
MOLASSES, V gallon -1 r
f New Crop Cuba, In hhds ,71V OC O III
In bbU..;; .. 40 , o -
Porto Rico, In bads... ....... 1 00 a U
at in bbl.;.....:. 1 00 as ' 43
Sugar House, in hhds... .,... 00 as , 06 t
1 " ' in bbls... :26 n 1 a
Syrup, In bbls.. ........ 40t7.80
NAILS. Eeg.Cut.10d basis.. 0 00 O 8 U
OILS, V gallon - . jj .j'
Kerosene. .......... ........... 11 01
Lard.. ....J... 1 10 145
Linseed............ ........... 0 t l 00
Rosin................. 90 a I 00.'
Tar. . ...'.... ..L. ...... . L.. - 00 ; O - 20
Deck and Spar.. .............. - 00 -0'VZ,k.
PODLTRY ? " f -
Chickens, live, grown.U ;;r 3 Oi, 100
opnng..........w. iu;0 r.j
PEANUTS-y bushel..;......; ' W
POTATOES. V bnshel
p 1 10
Irish. V bbl.. 2 0o;x-or .
PORK; V barrel ' ' f . ' T
CU7Meas...;......;.....;.S3 CCVeCJ eo'ar
Prime........ ...15 00 oil 00 .
Eumn.....................i.:;l7 00 ;is on -
RIGEf-Csrolina, lb. i-Hrs?-
' 1WUJU.T VUMKUMHM ...... J m 9
BAGS,vtb-Co-mtry..-.....; lvo t iv : .
,-City. ; .,....M. mfl t Ha
ROPE. V ft.. ;...-..;...;;..... ' liuu5
8ALT,tf Sack, Alum....;i., 00 .0 ;c7 .
wverpoQ 00 .0 . 76
Usbon...r... ....J.... 00 O'-00 i
American........... . on ex .. in
SUGAR, v ib-Cnha..;.;..;...' 00 00 -
Porto Rico .......;. 1 30;OVi0C'
8OAP. V fe-Northern.ifi.X..l i.'ikt I. at ,
SHINGLES, 7 In. tM.M....t,10W ?U 00,
i iommon 1 to 41 S 00
VI ....... V -W I Sa::
STAVES V M-W. O. BarrtL.12 CO ns0v
tallow, y cw.s.w..;;.;. i-gl ':?
TIMBER V M feet-H&hlp!plnjj.l1 CO -aTll 00
- Mmprtme...V....v;..'.....;.. 760 jrw
aim Pair ; CCiS C M
. Common Miu...;..........; J at .0 0 SO ' i
Inferior to Ordfnarr . : n tx a 00
WUISKJKY, r gaJ-Northera..! CO , 4 ff J;
North Carollna.r;....;.;.,.;.! '00 tx
WOOL, V By-Waahcd 25.'0; ' M
j. Unwaahed........!..... 80 00
sCIAT Ti working clsss.Send II
IU JLiJJ f tor fjcstags. ad we wlU i
, mail 7oar,a.royaL,Vslasbls .
box of sample goods that will putyou In tM '
way of making more money in a few days than
rou t ever thought possible at sairtmalBesSw 1
capital not required. We will start you. iYou
can work all the time m 1 fmm fmnMiy.-
tapiiai noi required. We will start vou. iYou -
can work all the time or In spsro time only.-
The work U universally atiaptcd to both sexes,
younrandolcL, You cnMiii..rn from So :
cents to $5 every evening. That all who wanf
work may test the business, ws make thia nn-T P
paralleled offer; to all who aro sot well satis
fies w win aefcd $1 to ray for ibo trouble t 1
writing us. Fall particulars, ; directions, etc..
sent free. Fortunes will be: roads by. those . ' .
who give their whole time to the worW Oreat
success absolatelr sure. . iVm't v Surt 1
pw. Address STrxsosr A Co., Portland, .
Maine ;. h.,.. me, nor ta dCnMiir: -
wanted for The Lives of all
tee Presidents of .the U. tMl '
. . . 1 ..
best book ever sold for- lesa than tirice our
pnee. The -fastest selling book In America. , .
Immeiiso proOU' to 5tnt . an tntmrent
people want it. Any one can become ascc . ,
cessful agent. Terms free. If allkit Boot
Co., Portland, Alalno, ! jiov20-cmd-lyw
A - PRTP 5c?d alx-eents. fof' postags.' , .f.
XXhi.Jjj and receive free, cosUr .
kwu wuicu wm sem -Toa tano"
moBey rigbt .war than anything else la this ,
vrorM AU.ot either sex, succeed from first
hour Tbe broad road to fortune opens before
tbe workers, abolule!y snrs At enco ad-'
-Augusta, Maine, ,
-nor20-md lnr ' 4 - -r . -TT
A ?.weck.' oxn WWontfit
OOO Par absolutely "ftimi v
Capital not required. Reader, if you . waat
business at which persona of either sex.70UBg
or old, can make great pay all the time tbe
work, with absolute certainty, write for par
ticulars to II. ILillett ft Co. , Portland AI alas