Tbcie ftro 3.500 trorVIn? women in
The Daily Review.
" T. JAMES, F-ii-r & rnp
W T T A r 1 VT rx ...
y,. ; The on! j Chlceso paper (a San Fran-
MONDAY. JANUARY "i imi ' ! c,,co hM slPaed publication.
4 "AU1 i' lboL General Duller intends to lin io
Kitwi at Potocc at Wiai-srtoa n ; I ashinjtoa the remainder ot the Win
m sccoaleLM aturr. tor.
cir tu, ... : - i A tnoremeat is on foot to repeal the
otx Amos, who arrtrcd in New ork commercial travelled tat in Georgia.
asaurazpJJ9oxcrU4t wwk, The IIllno:a Supremo Ccurt baa de-
applied to be aca. back to Araby ihe ;cl5ed lbt contracta raade on Sunday
D'.csL They are tha picture of timer j. jarc valid amI binding, i
aad hare noi atlm) from ae to the T TrL- namM Abraham. Iaaac and
hotitni5 r..tu r " .1 Jacob Mia, apsd f ycara. are Imnz In
I T M-n n,co they J nucls county. Ia. (
will employ & apcciallj built boat, cost-
raralysis, Nino Years.
Aacr baring suffering -for 0 years
with paralysis," says Mr. Joseph
Yates, or Taterson. New Jersey, "I
was curcu uy knimi uun
Mr. Yalcs authorize tbia statement
YcHirdrnggiskcepa it, $1 SO
A strong case Sweilzer.
wilt. : ki: you
A writer in the Fopuhr Sutncc
JfcnM'jr. Dr. C. E Pake, any that ab
stinence inm lood will invariably
break op a commonw'tl in twenty-four
to forty-! .bt houra If tried at the outlet,
whatever tha arc. cx or occupation of
tho patient. Skipping a single meal in
the cao of a person who (aki-a bat two
incalj a day habitnaliy. or two me!i ia
thocawjol a three-roe Itr; will pom
timej auflioo if the encreilin taenia be
very mW:? oncj Thi t revcrnin !
. the old axhini.'-Sluffa CfM." j
M. BarthnMi, ho m ii hi-li spirits
lax $ 1 ,000.000. Tho next thlnr wanted
will be a $2,000,000 abip to look after
tha drat one.
The Christmas card bejia in tha year
152. tho first attempt bem- the size ot
tho ordinary gentleman's address card,
on which were simply put "A Merry
Christmas' and "A Happy Xew
Year.' After that cama holly branches.
cmboMed Grnrrs and Isndacapes
'Little llod Riding Hoods.' a hermit
and his cell, and aubjects in which
snow and tho robin played a part.
Letter From Dr. Sorro.v
19 Wilst 35tii Street;
New York. June 1, 1683.
I . t IT J .1 . ...!lL
nnd Jrevcr. Treatment by my physician
atMue. rcceired the visit ol the Uurantm
Embaaiy in Paris tho other ilay. Tt:ce
men from the Orient informed him that
there was no atatuo'of Bndha In alt the
East f udies as colossal as his "liberty."
They said that h!a work ouzht rightly
to bo called one of tha wonders ol the
world. M. IHrthoMi thinks that the
French (ionniiunt will b- williojr to
famish a shtp to t.tka th latuo vr
next summer. "Not hrort tint ti'm." f
fnlled to help iup. I U3cd Iiu.iNDKirriis
rii.i.s and was cured. TbirUn months
have trapsed since then, and I have had
i no recurrence utner memoersoi my
family ued them for the same trouble,
with the same good result. i
I cheerfally endorse them for that
illness, and aUo as a pleasant laxative
or purgative, according to the number
taken. ..They are now a household
remtnly with me. and I am never with
out them I would gladly give th do-
. t ? j .- r. ir .j i!nr In anv tsidn tn cri t
ho says, -..t niMit ..t uar .; wi li tn-! i ttiit.sQ l0 vn ur,on mo for them.
away in Chine waT until then."
J. E.SElUti:. iHrMtt.
- - - - - -PKItSONAl..
I- .1 . t ,1 ! r --rr.... " poiiiu nniween luimci nuu nor
Silk culture i nsutniiie reM im
prtanct in CahtornU. It U aid by,
those wha Live tri-1 it that soiue parnj Kalpli S!icw. tbc prat-tic.nl jihibn
of that Stai- ixrs pculisrly wt-ll k'la;t. ; thmpit ol St. Iai. did iulJn!y of
rl for this iuduitry. At a rccnt uiwt-1 autp,'e.xy at tho ripe age of . , years. ic
..ii i . on i . ! th roUir.ua oi the Southern Hote! in
uz of tha hiuV It ird ot ak Cn.tui: : lr,aj ei:
step were taken to imrt ;h- hestj j. crdrll. one or t!w mwt re-
varieties cf tau'tarry trvet ,fu4U Italy !su-t-l icttizen of Harrisonburg. Va..
for grafiin. And it wa s::ot that r ; 1roP':d dratt Tuesdsy evtnin ot rlieu
IirA'udiilLwnrmr, AiM..it t uniini ot i ci ? Leirt. woi.e paring an
to continue tue n o! ..i !.;n.rr'o.J i -r Mi Mary 1. i the rldrt duuhtr
silk caturt. if .4ul!icitut !ionc i.u i : funeral llobert K. lee. ha returned
pjrpoie if fortho-uuinu' Ti wnit-t t f i l" Amtrici after eiht iears of travel,
-t:i, i , ,. , , , .... land U at Lexington. Va , with her
, ' hrother. Ms iee is expectcl in ash
reeling than that ot nuy .t!r country ; inzrnn this winter.
oa account of a peculiar sortnes which ! iVrhaps the wealthiest woman in the
characterizes it. and its freedom ir.-.m world is tho liuifiin Cirand Duchcas
all alkaline snbitaucv. Catharine, widow of tho Duke George
7. i of Mecklenburg Strclitz. She inherited
....... itrouih her mother one-half of the
la au LnlMh ChrUlmai a,nnA; mere ; tabuus weallb ttBltMcd by the Em!
rccemly appeared a poem called -D.M- piw Catharine II and her son Paul.
arida," which was credited to Mr the other half bavin; descended to the
Swinburne, but Mr Swinbuni" ; signing family.
dares that the annual a 'id the oIN . . .
... . .i A Cae not Heyoud Help.
tor. tho editor, the contributor and liu ... ... , , ...
..... , . Ir. I. H. ILnrdalc, Lenawee, 111..
contribution, arc a.l n.;ge iwla..wn ,,Tise, Ui o! K reul'arkablo curc of
to him. Whcmipon the editor rirv to! consumption. He says: "A ticizhbor's
nzplaia that Mr. Swinburne 5 r of wr was. attacked with Intij disease,
his "litcrsry god." and thst r.c ,;,. and prououueed : bryond help Irom
.... . . . Quick Consumption.- As a last resort!
covered this rT. ol fnr.-. .:i lhe faaUv Wfl4 PCrfcUa(Cd to try I)H.
treasuro hiwieot a in. i d wj. m .V WM. II ALL'S BALSAM FOR THE j
direct inheritor ot t!.- -itm i.f,y, LUNGS. To the astonishment of all.
lady who was proud of Mr. Swim a- W ve limc he fca ,,!cSORl? kalf d,fn 1
tr."7 . .. . . b-rtt.ct b was abut the house tloins
frtendship a? he was proud . ! nci , b,.r .rn or, 4S4W h,.r at her WOrst
from Miss Ada Isaac Menken 'and ah;ad r.o idea she couid rccovt r.
that be copied the poem from Mi
-Mens aana la corperc eatio;" 4,A
sound mind in a sound txdy" is the
trade mark of Aliens Brain iood, and
wo assure your readers that, if dissalis
fied with either weakness oL Drain or
Codily "powers, this remedy will
permanently itrcnsthoa both. SI. At
druzfcidts. or by mail from J. H. Allen,
3l5;Kirt Ave. New York City, cod&w
- The average asa ol French generals
Uiunder i5 ; ot English, over W .
"No; she lingered and truffcred along,
pining away all tho limo lor years, the
doctors doing bcr no good ; and at last
was cured by this Hop Bitters the pa
pers say so much about. Indeed! in
deed! how thankful wo should be for
A large Methodist choir has been
orgaoisod at Mauchcstcr." England.
having 1,140 singers.
KoujjU on Couffhs."
Kuocks a Cough or Cold endwise,
For children or adults. Troches, 13c.
Liquid, 50c. At druggists.
!nn has 105 disused churchyards.
whinh nro slowlv beinff adapted fr
ournoses of reoreation. - Thirty-four of
them have been fully completed.
Tlifi largest and best stock of
Windows. Doors. Blinds &c., and at
Factory prices is at N. Jaeobi's Hard-
ware Depot. t
During the late operations against
Tamative by the French East Indian
squadron the greatest terror wa3 pro
duced upon the Hovas by the use of the
TtKfu&liM com mt arrtre at tb CUT Pom
oAce a follow :
NorUtcrn Uiroub mails, tait i. Al.
Norttwrn thrth t wi mall. . . .i.03 A. M.
!UelciJ CU"1 it. S.01 A. M.
MatU fur ihe N. C. Hallro.t fta.l
routM uppliet threfroiD lucliul-
bijc A. A X. C. taitraatt at
7.1W P M. nit S.Oj A. M
Southern Xlailh for hU to!nta 8outh.
Uall- C n A. M. nrul S.W P. M.
WrUtm taaU (C. C. K.tliwflf)itlly,
txc ul ai'Ui?
CIS P. M.
Rail for tJhcraw net I r Iinyton Rdtl-
roat C 1- A. II, and H.oo I. At.
lialls for potnu beiwpn Florence
and CharlMton a. 13 A. M and 3.00 P. M.
rarttvlUe t office on Cape Fear
Itlvcr, Tetiays and Fridays 1.00 P. M.
Faj-cttertll, via Lurabcrton, dally,
except Sunday ...CIS P. M.
Onslow C II. and intormettate offi
ces, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A. IX,
SmltnrlJ Jc m&l . by steamboat, oaiiy
Skallottc and Little River, Tue
Malta for 12a
day and JYkla
...8.30 A. M.
1, Town Crek,
day and J-rwaya. v..
WrlghtaTtll, dalfy A..
OPEN FOR DEUVE
Swinburne' oxn uctorgtrnble hand
writing." But tho editor mke? r.y
apolojic or explanation? u-r the ibr j A jsulit traaic Th prison window.
ary he took with his "U'erarv - d Won't?. of the whined Tnc belles of
- - .thi 1-vl.
. It I " Tno:-ui, I Oohw. f. An oUgenUcciau who got tripped up
tree was thetonlr vot?r i5t week on j m tile trying to ctom the ball-room ro
his rceolutioa in t--agr' exprr..!ng : marked, as he slowy crawled to a per
Acn'i Awful, Abominable, Bearish
Bcercd, Beclouded, Cross, Criti
cal,! Crardcy, Distnal, Doleful, De
spondent, &feebtcd , Envious, En
slaved, Frightful,! Fearful, Fidgety
oruniDung:, oioorny, unevous, rior
rid, N Hateful, - Helpless, Imperious
Impatient, inconsiderate, ! jealous
Joyless, Jerkyv Kicking, Knotty
Knavish, Languid I-amentable, Lu
gubrious, Mournful, Moody, Lliser
able, Notional, Nervous, Neuralgic
Obstinate, Odious, Offensive, Pecu
liar, Painful, Peevish, Queer, Quar
relsome, Rebellious, Raw, Ragged
Sour, Sullen, Savage, Troublesome
Touchy, Tormenting, Unpleasant
Ugly, Unhappy, Vacant, Vixenish
Vicious, Weary, Worn, I Worried
Xanthic, 'Xaspcrated, excruciated
Yawning, Yielding, Yellow, Zealoti
cal, Zigzagish , Zeroish.
THAT PRINCE of ail TONICS
Brown's Ip.cn Bitters,
will drive out Dyspepsia, and make
Amiable, Affectionate, Accommo
dating, Bland, Benevolent, Bounti
fill, Calm, Capable, Composed, De
liglitful, Dignified, Domestic, Enter
prising. Elastic, Effective, Faithful
Fat, Flourishing, Generous, Good
Gracious, Hopeful, Happy, Hcl"
Independent, Indelatigable, In;.
Lial, Jubilant, Jolly, Jocose, Kh
Knowing, . Keen - witted, Lo vi ng
Lucky, JLarge-heartcd, Munificent
Muscular; Majestic, Nimble, Notic'e
able,' Noteworthy, Obliging, Obsci
vant, Overjoyed, Patient, Powerful
Progressive, Quick, Quiet, Qualified
Rational, Rapturous, i Reasonable
Sweet, Smiling, Sagacious, Thank
ful, Tender,' Temperate, Untiring
Unblighted, Uncomplaining, Vigor
ous, victorious, Wise, Watchful
Wary, 'Xcellent, ,Xperienced,.,XuIt
ant, Youthful, Yeomanlike, Yourseli
again, Zephyr-like, Zealous. Zestful
dee S arm tc UJtw cd
Wilmington & Weldos
I Railroad Company.
OmCX OF QtSfKSLXh aOTEaWTIiafDKJrr,'
WllBilnsrton. N. C, Nor 17. 1.8S5.
ay The following
wbolalo prlec eenc
email orders higher rrtcca
pcnd-cular. that i: was always ploaaa'nt
to bt throwQ In tac company of 3ounj
sympathy with the Gcrnun pcrpl: ia
their Borrow oTcr Dr. Lasltcr'? death, j pcp".e.
and that the atiliae-j which uc:dM r A tuaMZ-so ri ir ask
w broken by an wc utilize tho Indlaus?'
who shrilly pipcl out difficult creation to aaiwcr. but ir
,v,k-.,' K,.t i.kw bapj the best plan would b to petrify
a neighbor, but aid, My . . . . c,u,r..rJ
w "W bo th -afi2ns. This Id?M i worthy ot confider-
tho aolitarr 'aye
to tho who! Hou
Laiker?" tf the i'dustriens German
could haro heard i he mightn't tare
rulaJoJ it tunch. When he i last in
Waahlnjtoa Col. Ochiltree took him
all orcr tha Caoitol. ahowed him both
houics la icsiioo. and introduce 1 him
to leading members of each. "Kow,
Herr Iaaker,M he a$kcd as he descend
ed tha Capitol atepa. "what la you
think of tha Coostcsj of the United
States?" -Col. Ochiltree," replied tho
othr. "you hare a very tina building
here.' The Herr rather pot tho beat
Already has Heart (Jeorgc, been cast
oiTbytho LIbarala of Kclaod. lib
book on "Progress and PoTertj'r
bellared to bo of aerrico la promoting
tha tort ot land reform thit tho Liberal
party wan:. The publication of a
chaip edition of this book, and tha eak
of foar hand rod thousand coptea or It ia
USX0 ow P1 a "lloa
It hasmada and how treat a political
force) It has becotna. The book, how
ayer, farora the abolition of prirate
tcaaroof land, and the assnmptioo of
all land by tho Slate withootcompensa
tloa to tha ladirldaal ownenu In his
lectures ha takes this ground. Bat
this coca farther than the liberals
many of whom are larga land owner
will allow, aad so tha Liberal Club at
r ;rrw MnceJled the InTitatloa to a
dioaer which bad been tendered to Mr.
(Jeorr beforo no mada this speech.
Farnell alo denounce him. Mean
time i i reported that Henry (icorio'a
Jotnr- are iramensa nnancial ..miccv
an n atudcd b, lanre crowds
terevtr h gy-
Tbia it a
A man (olug uomo iate the other
nic'at ?aw a bayonet in the moon. ' and
tajuicdiati'iy predicted a war. His
prediction av suddeuly reriGad. for as
aoou as he reached home his wife
remarked: Drunk again, eh?" and
then the war commeucd. It was short,
sharp aud decisive. j
"Doa'i like the bed ?" said tha hotel
clerk, astonished at the presumption of
tho complaining guest; l "why, some of
the best people, some of tha high tone
dest folks In thn United States, have
slept In it:M "Yea. thal'a -just tho
trouble." responded the guest. "I
found last utght that there were alto
gether too many big bugs in It for the
com fort of common people like me.'
' Tho Tat Hoy In Pickwick
probably had good teeth, seeing that he
so speedily demolished tho moat sub
stantial provender on the shortest notice.
Nothing excepting a good appetite so
conduces to the pleasures of eating, as a
good sot of grinders. To possess them,
nseSOZODOXT.the great dental in
Tigorator and beaatifjing agents.
Yellow, tartar core red teeth grow pear
ly while and the gums acquire rnddi
ne&sandlcrrm a pleasing contrast to
tha snowy hue of the teeth when 2U is
Xew York. Boston, rrovldence, Hart
ford and New Haven oave started
tramp wood saw yards,
Ayer'a Hair Vigor improves the
beautr of tho hair and promotes its
.growths It imparts an atlrxdire ap-
pea ranee, a deiignuut ana tastinr per
fume. While it stimulates tho roots.
clancs the seal p. and adds elegance to
luxuriance, its elTecia are eudanng;and
thus It prove itself to ba the best and
cheapest article for toilet use.
e.uo a. M.
8.30 A. M.
Northern throurh aad war mails. . . .7.00 A. 1
Southern MaUb 7.30 A. M.
Carallsa Antral BAllroaU 9. 00 A. M.
Malta collected from street boxes business
Krtlonof city at 5 A. M., 11.50 A.M. andaao
Af . and frm other polate of tbo city at 5
atamp Offleo opea from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M..
Mooey order and Register Department oicn
jroio 6 A. M. to 3.00 I. M."
Ucncral dclircry o;cn from 7 A.M. to 6 P.M.
and os Sundays from 6.30 to 9.30 A. M.
Carrier' delivery open on Sunday from
of.30 A. M. -
Mother s Spinning Wheel.
Concerning One Article tbnt
was Not For Salo, auI An
other Trblch in Cheap at
' "No, tir, I troulda't sell you Uiat for any
uoney ; that flnnloj wbccl ms my mother's
It was eaeday, when the was f-lnlo lite a
luk and making this old wheel bum.tbattay
father, then a yoacg med'eal student, ater
wards a farmer, fell la love wish ber some
tilt 7 years ao."
xo tbc proprietor of s rough bit of
tarra land In Ulster County. ". Y to a relic
hnntcr. nd "moibrrV eptnniu a wheel ro
matned among bcr cblldrru and srandcbUd
rcn. MysaothiT.,,"writ4M Iter. J. W. rhelps,
raster of ft. FayVs M. K Churrb., Chicago,
bss uscl I'akklb's TONIC, and wlsbcs me to
say ttvt bo has found it more effbettm . than
sjjythlEg sbo cvvr ucd for invlzoratlng and
etrvnilivsina; tbo system debUitatcd by mala
ria, f-bodcslro mo als rspcdallr to mention
theccrtatnty with which It aids digestion and
Crer sloc tUc arst hcuacbold was cst&bllsh
cl mother's opinion has been more potent
tn thl worH than that of Jade. Jurist or
fhybicln. Iter band hat always cooled tbo
ever and her oico has bcra tilled with hope
With each day's decline. PARIIR'5 TOUIC U
becoming more dsservodty poput&rwltn tbo
women who guard alike Lot band and child
ren. It eradicates xnal&rlal potson from the
okvj. rrora wnjen tbcie is now sucn wiac
ricaso obcn-e: Dn. PARR'3 TOUIC Is
twtn intoxicant. It Is a combination of sev
eral lnrodicnU, of which none singly can
Tfnrf mc anathftifli Vflra m a AVs h iH t xr
etotnah and IJver tronbles. It la the standard
and "Dialling rvniody. In two blict; tO cents
utif i. luo tavicr me cocapcr. ucui a
Co.. ChcruldU, Sew York. . jaa ll-lmd&w
First National Bank of iWil-
; J - .
CAFIT AISTOC K
Deposits reoelved and collectloas; mae oi
all acrsslbla polnfsln the United St a tee.
t Change of Schedule,
ON AND A FT EH OVE IS, IS83, AT .5
A. M., Passontrer Trains on tho lrUm!n
ton A Wcldon Railroad will run as follows ;
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAtSS DAILi
i XOS. 7 NOBXH AND 18 SOUTH.
LeftTeTVIulnfton,FrontSt.Dcpt, 6.5.1 A.; al
Arrive ntWeldon.. ...... ........... 2.SI I. l
Lea vo Weldon. 3.00 P. M
Arrive atWllm'ffton,FrontSt.l'pt, 8.40 r. M
Ft Thbough Matx. A PASSKfOBa TjsarK?
DAJLT No. 40 SOVTB-, v
Lrave Wchlon ; ......... P. W
Arrive at Wlbu'gtou.rnntSt.Dp't P.J hi
MAIL -AND PASSENGER TJtjALVS lurbt
; No . North:
Lcsve WilmlnztoB S.W V. si.
Arrive at Weldon..... ......'f..... 2.v0 A- M.
MAIX IKD PASSEXGT!a TRAIK9 NOS 4S SJld 43
Lcftvrj WUmlnRton, (Sundays ca-
ceptcd).. ......... .J... 12.30 A M
Arrive at IV eidon 630 A M
Leave Weldon, (Mondays escitcti)L 05 A M
Arrive at Wilmington. 6 51 A Jl
Train No. 40 South wiU stop only at Wilson,
QoMaboro and Magnolia. - - ;
Trains on Trlor Branch Road Leavo Roc k?
Mount forTarboroat 1 1.20 A. M. and 4.30 l
M... Dally. (Sundays exccidcd. IteMirrifnir-
icave Tarboro at 10.0C A. 41 and a P. M. Daily.
Ti-auiB on Sootland Neck Branch Koad letvc
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.25 P. M. Kc
taralcj? leave Scotland Neck-at S.S0 A. M
dally except Sunday.
Train No. 47 make close connection At Wo
don for all points North Dally. All rail rl
Richmond, and dAlly except Sundiy ilap.a
Train No. 13 runs daily and makes close con
nectlon for all Points North via Richmond and
All trains run solid between VTi'mlmtton an
Washington, and have Pullman Palace Sicer
ers attached. : i
For accommodation of local travel a passen
ser coach will be attached to local freight leav
ing Wilmington at 7 00 A. M Dally except
JOILN' F. DIViNK, .:.
T. M. KMKUSON. Genera Passenger A2et.
nov 17 ; .
i w n
nACON North Carolina
llams, v a...... ......
ShoulUcrB, " Ih...J.,.,
WEST URN SMOKED
shoulders, r lb-.-.
BARltELS Spirits TurpenUne, i
New New York, each.... .... i M 2 .
NewCity,eacb I to 5 J
BEESWAX. lb..... - S " I
mjks ui Vi jj
BUTTER, V lb
CANDLES, r'ft- " r
CUEESfc. fb . j."
COFFEE, V ib
Java. ...... ......
CORN BIKAl bw.. in nacka
Sneetinjr, 4 4, V yd. f.
Yarns, f bunch
EGGS, f. dozen...... S S
Mackerel, No. 1, V bbl.......l CO v
Mackerel, Nov 1, V -naif, hbl S 50 eio
Mackerel, No. 2, bbl..... s w
Mackerel, No. 2, & half bbl.. S 00 o I S
Mackerel, No. 3, V bbl....... 7 75 Q tZ
Mullets, Vbbt...... 4 00 o
Mullets, Pork bbls. ... TOQ un
i. j. koo nomas, v ten.... 3 oa c 4 a
iny Cod. :y ra-
FE UTILIZERS, 5.000 lbs
Peruvian Guano, No. Ii....
& Augusta Ii. II; Co.
OSTICK 6F GKKERAl SOrEHINTKNDKST.
wilmlnatan. N. C. Nov 17,l3e3.
57 50 ftn
. Dauh'a PhcEPhato... ...CO do ettt
Carolina Foruilzer. ...45 CO fiv'o
Ground Bone ... ...... 00 00 AUa
Bone Meal.. ....... ....... ....00 00 eats
Bone Flour .oo oo ir.7 a
; Narassa Guano.. ....... ......40 00 ttAi
Complete Manure. 00 00 itel ft
Whann's Phosphate ; . . .00 00 ato a
Wando Phosphate... ....00 00 tfTOec
Bcrger & Buiz's Phosphate. .00 00 ttw o:
Excellenza Cotton FerUliier.M M coo
French's Carlonalc of Lime... 7 (A O 7 ac
French's Agricultural Lime.... 8 SO all
FLiJUR, bbl V" i ;
Fine 0 00 OIK
Northern Super............... 6 50 0 4
" ' Extra... ........ i. . 6 00 Ola
" Family.......,,... 7 00 Ola
City Mills Extra.... .... .... 0 00 OCX
" , Family... 5 75 nt
Extra Family.... 6 60 O k
GLDK-Hr lb . H O It
GRAIN, t bushel , h
Corn, from store, bags, white. 6 s
Corn, carro, in bulk, white.. ; a c
Cora, cargo, in bam. white.. Co a
uorn, cargo, muuu, m usgs.. a i
Change of Sehedul
9.10 P. Al.
2.40 A. Al
.40 A. M.
9. 55P. hi.
10.20 P. U.
! 4.33 A. M.
8.23 A. M.
E. E. RURKUSS, D. . WORTIli
A.MARTIN. -JAS. SPKUNT."
K. E. BUREUSS.
A. K. WALKER....
... A'sst Cashier
J HATE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE Arnt
for tha TANNER A DELANET ENGINE
GO'S ENGINES AND BOILERS from 4 to 130
borae power; also Tramway or Nsrr
Engines adapted to Farm use a specialty.
ay Oa hand and for sale very low, FIVE
SECOND HAND PORTABLE ENGINES.
from 5 to IS horse power.
acxlGm 8, W. SKIXNES.
JQRES3ED POULTRY, DUTLIN COUNTY
SAUSAGE AND UVEIt PUDDINO, N. C.
Si tea and a full stork of Ckote Faatll Gro
rcriea. Price reasomable. Respertxnflr.
A. W. RIVEN BARE.
Tb Lire Grocer and Vrodaoe Com. Uct
rfeaat 114 North Watex &t, WUzaiaftOB. N.C.
MISSES BURR & JAMES, 'PrtncipaU.
MES. M. 8, CU3HING, Musical luatructrcss.
rpHK TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION of
this BcnoolwlU commence on Thursday, tho
4th of October.USa, an i cloee daring the third
week In Juno, 1SS4. -!
TbecouTseof Instruction is thorough and
systKnatlc. Terms reasonable. Lcb&ons in
painting in Oil, WaUr Colors and Pastel, with
Sepia and India Ink drawing, and Crayon and
pencil sketching, at moderate rates.
Where a class of ten or twelve is formed for
the school of painting, the price will be re-
AND AFTER NOV'R ISth. l.-3.
83 A. M.. tho fdUowinr Passeccer Sciid
n:e wui be run on this road : j , v -No.42
Leave Wilmington, (Mondavs .
cxccjjted) 7.1 A -M
Arrive at Florence. 11.40 A M
No. 45 Leave Ft rencc. (Sundays
excepted) 7.40 I' M
" Arrive at Wilmington...... 1210 P M
NIGIIT EXPRESS TRAIN3, DAILY Nos. 4
Weetand 47 East.
Leave Wilmington .....
Arrive at C. C. & A. Junction....
Arrive at Columbia.
Leave C, C. & A. Junction
Arrive at Wilmington
NIOHT MAIC ANP PABREXGtB TRAIN, DAJLV
No. 40 West.
Leave Wilmington 10.40 T. 41.
Arrive at Florence.... 1-4.3 A. b.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TItAfN DART
No. 43 East.
Leave Florence at. . . .." .3.35 P. M ,
Arrive at Wilmington.. ...7.42 P. M-
Train 43 stops at all Stations.
No. 40 stops only at Flemlngton. and Marlon
Passengers for Columbia and all points ou U
& C. R. l, C.4 & R. R. Stations. Ajken June
tion, and all points boyond, ehouM take the
Night Express. I :
and Amrusta on Train 44. i
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Wilmington. i .
Local freight leaves Wilmington daily ex
ccpt Snnday at 6.10 A. M. I
JOUN F. DIVINE,
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger Agent
nOV 17 i, ; - - ' " - y? ' ? ..
t 00 0 1 lo
a I xi
Carolina Central It. !!
I - j -
OmCB OF GEKERAL 8UFEBHTtNOENT,
WUmlngton. N. C. June 13th. ISSsS 1
Pupils outside of the school who deeiro tun
or call for Circular.
HcaJ instruction, will do well to apply early.
1 or ruTtbCT particulars inquire or rnnotp js,
C. D. TJorrill.
TTNDERTAEER, CABINET MAKER AN If
CARPENTER. OQce and Work Shop on Sec
osd street, opposlta Southerland's stables.
Respectfully solicits orders' and guarantee
food work, promn "VJlvwr '"I" tuf tior l
No. 1. 1
New Buokwheat !
! New Buckwheat
J-EW BUCKWHEAT AND WHITK Syru
to suit, received by New York Steamer to-day
Also, Cakes and Crackers of every variety,
fresh and crisp, and a general stock of Fresh
Groceries iuuallyfoun4 la a Urst-class Gro
eery at Crapoa's Family Grooery.
- GEO. tt. CRAPON.'Agent,
oettf Sooth Front St
Change of Schedule.
JN AND AFTER JUNE I3tb. ISS3. THh
follow in r Bcneanie will le operated on thu
Ralhroad: . . - i -
PASSENGER MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIN
Dally except Sundays. "
Ieave Wilmington at.. 7.00 r. M
Leave Ralelghat. 7.35 p. M
Arrivo at Charlotte at 7.00 A. M
) Leave Charlotte at. ......... 8.43 P. M
No. Z. Arrive Kaioigb at ....S.30A i M
) Arrivo at Wilmington at....8.2oA. M
Passenger Trains stop at regular stations
only, and joints designated in tha Company!
SITELBT DIVISION, PASSENGER, MALL
EXPRESS AND FBEIGUT. -j ;? :
Dally except Sondaya.
Leave Charlotte .VS0 P.M.
Arrive at Shelby '. 9.00 P. M.
Leave Shelby... 7.00 A. M.
arrive at unariotte... ioo A. ii.
Traina No. 1 and 3 make close connection
Hamlet with R.& A. Trains to and from RaJ-
Through SleepingCara between Wilmbyrtoa
and Charlotte and Kbtp-t and Charlotte"
Take Train No, I for States vllle, StaUonr
Western N C R R, Asheville and points West
Also, fori Spartanburg, Greenville, Athens
Atlanta and all points Southwest.
-I---1 i L. C. JONES, .
F. W. CLARK, General Paasenger Agent T:
iune 13 i .
John C. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND "-'. : '
COUNSELLOtt AT LAW.
" WlLSOKCTOJl, N.
CJCce ever the Rank of New Hanover.
Practice l& all the Courts of tre State,
w- epccuustHSvtioapaljtrt tha collection
Fine Portraits in Crayon or
. . : Pastel. -
QEDER -PROMPTLY EXECUTED IS
the finest style. In order to more f uUv intra
docethe work my prices are to the lowest I
ceai xor am cues wotk. i rmcs are itrt'ii i
It Don't Watter.
JF THE OLD YEAR IS GONE AND THE
KINS 4b CO.. are still raivin t tht
ler IIoue. No. .112 outh Front Mrcet, a fresh
' Oats, from store.
. HAY, V 100 lbs-,
C. Tf JICI 11. ....... f. ...........
HOOP IRON, 4 lb..:i
LARD. lb j
North Carolina..!.. ..........
LIME, 4 barrel......... 1 40
LUM BER. City Sawed, VJMtl, I
ShiD Stuff, resawed.... ..11 00
Rough Elge Plank. 13 U 016 a
to quality ...13 00 OH
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.. 18 00 022
Scantling and Board. eom'B..12 00 GIB i
MOLASSES, tf- gallon i L F
New Crop Cuba, in hhds.. ... 0C , O I
. ....- in bbls. u.... W O
Porto Rico, in bads 00 j O Si
" In bbht... CO! a
Sugar House,in hhds... .' ,00 O Gt
,r 4, icbbla.... 29 .O
Svnm. in t.b!3... ...... i...... 40 O
NAlLS. Rcg.Cut.10d baia.. 0.00 OS It
VlJJi, y gaiion
Deck and Spar.......
Chickens, live;, rrown... . t?a O
i " Spring... .. '10 O 1S
Turkeys. ............... ....... 5 O I 8
PEANUTS-V busbeL J.. DO y O I K.
POTATOES, V bashed- ,
eweet.. iu oi
Irish. V bbl 2 00 O 0
PORK, V barrel ; ' ' I "
. City Mess ...23 tTA
Prime....... ...16 00 oil 8
Kntnp.. ...... ....17 00 Oil W
RICE Carolina. 4 tb. 40
JHUAUi TI ituouvJ. .......... . mm .
RAGS, 4 lb-Conn try..
ROPE, 4 lb.. J. ........... ...I
bali, v sacx, Atom
American.. ....... ............
SUGAR, T 5y-Cuba...I
1 10 A 1 45
r a I
oo n im
., 00 O ; t
00 0 , 3
oo o n
oo o a
00 o v
00. 0 Tj
oo o it
Ex C ..: 0 O M
Crusted.... . 10O U
SOAP, 4 uv-Nortberc......,. ft O f
8HINGLES,71n.V'M...........lOM OllJ .
. Common........... .,..!. seo Ot
- Cypress Seps. . j. 4M "55
Cyprecs Hearts 0 00 O 7
STAVES. V M-W. O. Barret.113 00 Oil
R. O. Ilogshcad.... ........... 00 00 OlOW
TALLOW, 4y m.....,...r.iiM- 4 O
TIMBER, V ll fect-tthlpplng.ll 00 Oil
Fine MlU. .......;T.ll 55 aTlJg
Biui Prime .: 7 m O I g
Mill Fair..................... i aOOO
Common MU1.. ....... ........ 3 00 O
Inferior to OnP nary...... .... 0 00 Oft
WHISKEY, v gal-Nortber..I CO O J J
North Carolina I CO O lJW
TTOOL,4 lb Washod. 53
Unwashed.. .5!i o:
Burnr ...... Jl (B . X
ITlf I ill cents
for the working class. JZ
box of sample goodi that wilt pat joa
ro money In a lew otv7
uougnt poiDe at any vu
required. We will start yoa.
II the time or In cnaro tin
way of making more
you ever, thought
capital not r
Citn wnrk mil
Tke work is unlreraally adapted to both
young and old. You can eaily earn
cents to 5 ctctt evening. That all ha 'J
work may test the business, we make thZ
paralleled offer; to all who are not well sjj
fled we will tend tl to pay' for the troowp
sent free. Fortouca will be made by
who giro their whole time to the work.
auccesa abeolntely sure. Ixm't delay.
now. r Addrcaa STmaoji 4k Co.. van
nor SO dCm-V
wanted for The Ltvss T
a Prreiflcnt of tM "T
nest book ever eow for less thin rmevrr
price. The fastest aelllsg book In A&zL
Immense profits to a genu. 'All iatc
profits to agents
Co.. Portland. Maine nor StWxndiJ"
people want ft. Any one can becoasa ri
rAifnl ,nt. Tmii frM. If 41 LIlT
Ajyo "TT7T Send six cents for
r&ljll and receive free, a cJ
ix of rood which will help yon w
oner rhrht away than anything else irZ
world. All. of either sex, succeed rr,
hour Tfco broad road to fortune orasj-rj
the workers, absolntelr sure At ones -
dress, Tkcb Co., Augusta, Maine
nersa-cma iyw -- . - -- - ; .
r m. mV ( ham. BMCO Ontil
Itdl Pt. Atwolnrelr sore rrZ',
Capltsl rxt reiulrcd. Reader . tf yo wj
business at wfcica persona of tibcr f.'iI
or om, can isaxe great pay an w
work, with absolute eertaiatr, write f;(7r
Uenlars to H. Haxixtt A Co., rorus.
nov so c:o a lyw