The Dally Review.
JirSH. T. JAMKS, KiiiiorA' Prop.
U'lUIINOTON. N. C.
Til U US DAY, JANUARY 21. ifcu.
KsterrJ at ibo Pcwtoacc at WHiat"a.N. C.
Germany ij rapidly incrcasinV her
bcc. root culture. Ninety uc factories
were started Iat m. And nrlr a
tion. -Ikrt soot si-ir from France and
Cermauy will $juu becoming in com
petition with the Inilf-nia cane su;ar,
Ia spite of the tariff. - ;
Sarah Dornhardt counti anion;; her
New Year, present a Japanese doll
about six tevi biu, very thiu. a hairpiti
studded with diamond and at lean one
o!d mounted ridiu; whip. Mile JuJic
received no lc than thirty icrni sacs
of bondKtm. O.iooflhc prettiest pre
cntf jrai that siren U Ko3ita Mauri
Japanese cage rdlcd with iitllc silk I
i i ., 7 i it
birdi with icwded eje-s. who all t ry ;
... . .
cocoiic wiieu u i-prm:; is loiicnc!
Auto:i Uubtu.s'vin'j zraml ora!iriul
"l'iradiic ii U b lirt brought !
oat by the lR-rnn 102. n.t muruj. as
sisted by the ruilh&rnxonic Orchestra,
oa January It is pxpecicd that the
composer will b present on that occa
iiion. In St. 1'ctersbuTz musical circle
it U ojen!y asserted that Rubinstein u
on thn point ot leaving Kuf sia for good,
owing to the constant neglect and (he
many annoyance experience! by him.
lhrlh'iuakp shock were felt durng
OtHV.nbr T.0 in various pvt of Krai.Cd.
At Arg!ei (HftunlH yrcnees) wt-re
wai ou in th arly unniin. a st"ond
. .... i . i
day. A! !or.nie. an irnhntnal i a'JJ"
lt ui-ar liutiai .orI.) tin; Mhock was
Jiiiflieintly strong to rati so ri-al alarm
It iicourrcd between six and even in
the evening. lloics.ihojk. tteir lini
ber.H cracked, and ;!a- and earthen
ware in cupboard wrr s!iatlTid. All
tho villagers i-Miril nut ii their dwell-
iog in apprt-honsion .. a catatrphc. i
MJ!. Mary. i!ie iii(-it f icfs-fu'i t!
. . . . , -Peleeiwl livers, on the seashore, by Cas
,h,H niplnuly d..,e up i a Fri nch wt , haak!, & Sesv Vofk. It
jirual: "The debutant nineteen j 1 absolutely pnre and fwect. Patients
y-ar-i ld. a blond wiih dark i)es, I 'h have once takeu it prefer it to all
lM-autif.il Ir-iturt-. and ..rni. and. what j t,luf r- Physicians have decided it su
, , , , i : Krnr to anv f the other oi.s in market.
it more. h' ha an elraut l.oue in the ,
Avtnue ln?auil. an -trirant i'!ijt. all j Chaithu Hands. Fack. Pimpi.ks,
the acctKtori iwiarv hr Uc future j and rough Skin, cured by ti?ing Jtrxt-
two-fuM carc -r. an I. ah v.-:d.. a won- j ' : Tai: Soai- made by Caswklu
. . , , ... I! u.i:i A: Co , Now lork. th P. w
tlertui mother, wh- has bren trau.im: 1
lur fur jear past, creating I'me ial 1
rwhtimi f.r iter aud preparing tin- wa i
V the p iUi.n ofoiuitd.uue a In mod . $
Ujth n an aetri-4 and at a wnisan "
The front pa' f.irt'M.u .i ' i In-t
wevk i u priHirr bv ilrtui. r-'-ci.ti
tn the lfiuKT:iy ; ' ::1 un-.- .n.
) hin lick i -!rapH-l : ihlli and in
muic. iiu!u!iu S::mil irl i tVin.
paiiy Mrt'Hlit"" ami " v
IVmUcttm I.tr- M.IKiiu in Hi
tiravf.1 At hiVlcet iif n m m.U u .t . a
Icecml. " Turn tho laM-aS nr ." L ;m
liii on a cane niarLcl " "a i":i v.i.mi. he j a-. !itmtiishel as their Sunt, a vote
blindly man hei to tU- a i.in-- ai.v. i " lh? i'c.-tiii. yV h . i- the
r.i. t . , i ,. ... , ., . hil 'enlif.-nian in liclin.J It is not
of Defeat. Ashe rm.c-Ii t-u! ,., to sues tu refill. livery ballot
on he IeaU a laiihlul K2 ( t.'.i li.-U". . t-.,nt : : nr.I the belocl name o Coloucl
who eiiill tho imjenluu ilnner ami i Xe'rme.
vainly tttruic .o put hi hond ma.rr! Mr. lianinpl. ot the Vandorbill Uui
ou the "Koad to Tariff l.Vionu." which verily, is thui.ht to hayo hit umloisn-
lends ?traiz lit to tec Wh :e II.mc
The earnings of the Kkhniond V l:tn
villo railroad system ocm to lc belter
thii year than last, noU itlitaudin? the
ihortcrop. The report for December
hai been printed, aud it hows that
durio? that tuoulh the sro earnings
of the lUchmond V Danville, whieh
includes tho North Carolina railroad,
auiDuntto $33I.(HXi. Itcing $W.0()0
more lhan for December. The
uct earnings on this line are $ jfi.000
more than in December. The
sroiacarniDgH of the Western North
Carolina railroad for the same mouth
were $33,731, bcins a gaiu of &r.,ouit
aad the Let carniugi wcrojSt.lTo. The
construction account i3 not embraced iu
'The Sctcs atul Observer having liccu
asked if Jcro Dlack did not say that
with a tariff (or revenue, b'.aukcts alone
woald jicM a revenue of $25,000,000
annually, replies: AVo don't know,
whether he did or not. Wc caw it
stated ia the papers that he did, but the
figures were so wide of the mark that
we would not print the statement as
coming from that learned lawyer. The
census returns for IS30 give the Talue
ot all the products ot all the woolen
mills in theJTniujd States at $100,000,
UOti. Blanket constitute but a trilling
lartoftJieseprodncis. or instance.' here
are 70.000, 000 yards or casimcre, the
like amount f flannels, 30,000.000 yards
ol jao. 10,000.00) yards of satinets.
13.000,000 yards of kerseys, cto, 20.000,
3 yards of dress goods and Innumera
ble other item. Of blanket only 1.
0.3071 pairs are reported. These
aro worth at mMafjKtGrejy prices say
$3 a pair, amounting to $3,250,000.
None arc imported. Thirty percent,
dnty wocld yield abodt $1,000,000. Mr.
Black may have had Tery little idea of
the number ot blankets annually pnr-
chased bj the people of Ibc ilnitcd
Slate. If lie luaJo. Lbc statement at
tributed to hiiu. he must hare apposed
thai the Talao orthc blankets used
wouUl bo ia the neighborhood of
000.000. The value (at manufacturers1
price) wc hate seen,! is in Uic ncisbs
borbool of $3,000,000 or $ i, 000, COO.
! How ou docs a blanket list and how
i any Jwc &o average family ouy a
year? c nazanl me su csuou ma
North Carolina spends less than $50,000
: a vcar for blankets! But still the tariff
Jotisbt to be largely reduced on them as
t well as ou all other articles now on the
I "prohibited list."
The Fat iloyIn IMckwick
probably had ood teeth, seeing that he
o speedily demolished the moat sub
stantial provender on the shortest uoticc.
Nothing c.ce ptins sood appetito ao
couducci to the pleasures of eating, a
2ood wst of grinders . To po ideas tbem.
use SOZOUONT. the crcat dental in-
ivigorator and bcautujin? ageuta.
( 1 CHOW, IMIktMl w,s.M r -
iv white and the cums aoiuire ruddi
nets and form a plcasins coutrast to
the sritiwv hue of the teeth when it is
luo f I0 J
The announcement is made that live
new and swift steamships are to t be
added to tbo transatlantic lines. Every
thing seems to be working for the good
of American bank cashiers Courier
Journal. Tho deep ba?9 of the organ ceased
suddenly in a church in Lewiston. Mc
when a lady'a Tojce was heanl by the
whole congregation distinctly to de
clare. "I don't care one bit; I do want
a piano1 v
A Western exchansre inquires what
Airs. Tennyson will be now that Iho
poet i a lord, which reminds us of a
similar injuiry on tho part o! the spouse
ot a newly-appointed Hrilih squire.
You lies a squire now." asked this
lady of her husband, 'what be Ir
' Oli!M repouded the brute, "you bos
lh same old fulo you always was."
A yonn? lady's reflections the morn
ing after Now Year's "It fa, indeed,
more b!essed to give than receive."
lioton 'JYanseriiii. I
An Indiana family that ues black tea
because they ire in j mourning are
probably as sincere mourners as
lh?;,fh. l,'t' wore crn',e
on their hal.
!..... . . . t ... .. .1.
riJj bt.rl (;. jMrsoil has jfonu to
irarr to auswrr arr.ll by Stephen XV.
I.r?ev. d S:ar Cm v notoriety. The
!.ttt - r i in a iek d mmble over tiie j
r.i!o 11 ;mi .-srl.
The td s.ini of our Ainerii ail
:i-iiiiiii nn s:til ti he a5 li!!ovs: 11
I. r.;intciic 1(. P.erl Ilartu in h".
Mai k Twain 4 1 IlowilU is
t. rhotiiHS Itaiiov Al!rir!i is 15,
.Iuaiiiu .Milit-r i 12. .! a ine- ltusscll
l.-iwi-ll i- il aiul .lohn (J Saxn h W.
It rvl itiH!:at Miiiit! oars ai., at
l!it h-tlH: d Mil ciiiiiit'iil laili.ii pct,
ia a rtjiiipauv ot a lii men of letters
i ,tars lie was obcrvin the oecuitatiou
of One and IJcta Two Capriconi
hy the dark limb ot the moon, when
the auddenncis ol the eoipsc revealed a
tar nl the tenth luauiludc as a com
panion tar of Ucta One. Astrouomers
tind the matter one of importance.
A Case 'not Reyoucl llclp.
-Dr. M. 11. Hinsdale, Keuawce. 111.,
advices in of r remarkable care of
conuiuptioii. I In days: "A ncichbor'd
wife was attacked with luu; disease,
and pronounced boyoud help from
Quick Consumption. As a last resort
tho lauiilv was crsuaded to try Dlt.
WM.I1AI.1S BALSAM FOK TIIK
LUNGS. To tho astouiahmcnt of all,
by the time blip had used one half dozcu
bottles she rvks about the houao doing
her own work. I saw her at her worst
audhad uo idea ho could recover."
A lawyer worka at his prolcdsion
Iroui tho very btart. IIo begins by
prosecuting his studies.
. . .
ltotiIi on Coufflis."
Kuocks a Cough orj Cold endwise,
Forchildrca or adults. Troches, 15c.
Liquid. 50c. At druzglits.
ETerjr day. an old year ends a new
year begins. What folly is it. then, to
talk ot the 1st of January
Almost Insane and Cured
"Most of the eminent doctors in the
Cast, as veil as several of the medical
faculty in New York Citv." writes
Rer. I. P. Shirley, of Cblcaio. 'lailed
to help our-danghter's epilepsy, which
began to show signs of turning into in
sanity. By the good providence of God
we tried Samaritan Kcrvine, and it
cared her.n Yoar dro grist keeps it.
The thief has his excuse ; he would do
good by stealth.
Did She Die?
"No; she ilororedand suffered alon.
pining away all the time for years,' the
doctors doing her no good ; and at last
was cared by this Hop Hitters the pa
pers say so much about. Indeed! in
deed! how Lhankfal we should be for
that medicine." -
OrSTER Eat. Queex Couktv.
NevtYojik. April II. 1S83.
- I bcliere I bare been saved from a
terrible illness by Allcocks Tocois
l'LASTEKS. ' v.. , A
About a month ago I was attacked
with a violent pain in my cheat, accom
panied by fever and great difficulty in
breathing. I apprehended pneumonia,
which i3 so prevalent at present; I
went to bed and applied one Allcocks
Plaster between my shoulder blades
and two on my chest. In an hour my
breathing was much caster, n two
hours the pain had left me. and the
next morning I awoke perfectly free
from lever. I went about my business
as usual, and at the end ot a week took
tho plasters off. -
For tho last ten years Allcock s Pias
ters have been used by my family with
tho best effect in colds, coughs and pain
in the side and back. -
Be sure to obtain "AllcockV ' Porous
Planter, as all others, arc worthless imi
A cremation society has been organ
ize d at New Orleans.
Aycr s Sarsaparilla , bmg concen
trated rcouircs a smaller dose, aud is
more effctivc. dose lor tlose. than any
other, blood medicine, it is tiie cucap
est, because the best. Quality and not
luanlity should oc consiacrcu.
The largest and best stock of
Windows. Doors, Blinds &c.t and at
Factory prices is at N. Jacobi's Hard
ware Depot. t
Themalls close and arrive at the City Poa
office as follows :
Northern through roatla, last 7.00 P. M.
Northern throuxh anl wiv mails.... -00 A. su
Kalclgh 6.15 V. M. an ft 8.00 A. II.
Halls for tho N. C. RaUroad and
ro:r a unppHcd therefrom tnclml
tnjcA. ft N. C. Kallroad at
7.00 P M. and 8.00 A. M
Sonthern Malla for all points South,
dally 6.15 A. if. and 8.00 P. M.
Western malla (C. C. liail way) daily,
(except Snmlay) 6.15 P. M.
All points lctween llamlct and Ital
elih 6.15 P. M.
Mall for Cherawand Darlington Kail
road C.15 A. M, and 8.00 P. M.
MslU for points between Florence
and Charleaton C.15 A. M and 8.00 P. M.
FAvcttevtiie aiMlofticea on Gape Fear
Klrer, Tuesdays and Fridays 1.00 P. M.
Fayettevllle, tLi Lumberton, dally,
except fcundav 6.15 P. M.
Onslow C. It. and Intermediate oifl.
ces, TnesdaT and Fridays COO A. M.
Smlthvllle lobi, by bteamboat, dally
(except Sunlay) 8.S0 A. M.
Stalls for Kay Hill, Town Creek,
Hiialloite and Little Klver, Tues
days and Friday 6.00 A. M.
Wrirblsvil'., daily S.S0 A. M.
OPKX Hilt DKLl VKKY.
Norlhcrn Ihroojrh ani wsv utat!s....7.S0 A. M
Soulhern Mails . ,.7.:Ja A. M.
Carolina t;emral Kallroad !. 00 A. M.
Hail.H collected from iru;t boxes tmslnehS
portion or city at a a. n.oo ..ai. anu a so
r M. and from other point of the city at 5
taru om.ee open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M.,
Money order anl Resrlster Department open
jronr 8 A. M. to 5.00 P. M.
General delivery opcr. from 7 A.M. toG P.M
al on Sum I its from 8.30 to !.3n A. M.
Carrier' delivery open on Sunday from ?.3
o f.W A . M.
Mother' s Spinning Wheel.
Concerning One Article that
was Not ForSalc, aiul An-
other which is Cheap at
i No. tlr, I wouldn't Rcll'you that for any
,om..: u,at bnliuiln wheel was my mother'
It was ooc lay, when she was tiltiin like a
lirk ;iixl making thU M wheel hum, that my
father, theii a younjr incIcal stutlent, after
wanli a fnruicr. foil In love wilh ber bomu
Ho Mikr ic pruprtctor of a roiih Mt of
farm Unl In llblcr L'ouiity, N. V., tu a rclio
huMU-r. itioi "motherV silHnin? wheel re
mainol anion? her ehlMren anl prranlc.h,l.
"My mother." writes Kev J. W. Phelps,
pu-U'T of St. Paul's M. K Church, Chicago,
h.io uscl Pakklh's TONIC. aul wishes me to
h.iy that the ha founl it moro effetiire than
anything ahc ever used for invfcoratln;: aixl
HtrenythcnUis the system itctillitatcl by mala
rta. uc tlcotrea me al rsperlallr to mention
the ccrtaloty with which it ahJs digestion anl
Krcr Lucc the llrst LouachuM was CFtaMUh
cI "niothcrV opinion bad been inoiM putcut
lo thin worM than that of jurfjee. jurist or
phyblclaji. Iter banl bad always cooled ttic
fever and bcr voice ban been filled with hope
With each day's decline, PARKER'S TQRIC i
R'CumlDg more dcBcrvcdlir popular with the
women woo guard alike Itaebaod and child
ren. It eradicates malarial pefcon from the
blood, from which there h now auch wide
Plcaso ob-crvc: Die. PARKER'S TONIC Is
not an intoxicant. It la a combination of sev
eral lnxrcdlcuu, of which none singly can
produce anything like Its effect. For Kidney,
e to roach and Liver troubles, it Is the standard
aad nnfaniog remedy. In two Elzes; fO cents
and ft. The latter tho cheaper. Uiscox A
Co.. Chcmbjts, cw York. jan ll-lmd&w
200 CUAMCEK ANPirAELOH Suna
f rom f 35 to $150. New styles and first-class
WtEAT BARGAINS !
HNE HtJOK CA6KS, SIDEBOARDS.
. , LIB BABY TABLK3, Ac.
Ciltac Bedatea'Ts. Mattreascs. Chairs. Ta-
LI.. . . . , . . " . -
uk9, ai mg uarfraina. can ana sec
mo before you butr
I. A. SMITH.
C. D. r.lorrill.
JNDKBTAKER. CABINET 1CAKEK ANll
CAUFSNTKB. Offic and Work Shop on See
ond street, opposite 8outher land's stables.
Respectfulfy solicits orders and rnaranteec
food wore, prompt dtlrwr ad satisfaction 1
J HAVE BEEN APPOINTED 8OLE Aent
for the TANNER A DKLANKT ENGINE
CO'S ENGINES AND BOILERS from 4 to 130
horse power; also Trim way or Narr
LoeoaotlTe. ; j ,:
Eniines adapted to Farm use a special ty.
ar On hand aad for sale Tery low, FIVE
SECOND HAND PORTABLE ! ENGINES;
froa 5 to IS horse power,
a ax IVCm ; S. tT. SKINNER, 1
iho Poor Lfttlo Dook-keepcr.
Thoueh he was the lather of a
hrge family, he Was a a small and
larrow-chested man,wi th weak lungs,
a disordered liver, and a dvsDeotic
stomach. : For many years he nad
Deen a DOOK-Keeper in one 01 ine
pnnapal banks. So conscientious
raslie that, although he had many
opportunities to take holiday, he
aad not been absent from his desk
for eleven years. He attended faith
ully to duty, and thought that tc
spend a day in recrcafcion would be
smiui yaste ot time, respite con
Jtantly increasing weakness he stuck
:o Jis post, when he ought to have
been at home, resting and gaining
strength. He grew weaker and weak
er, urftil at last he had to stay avay
S-om his work altogether, and trive
ip nis position, rie is ueaa.
Had nliis poor little book-keeper
jscd BroTvrCs Iron Bitters ; he might
have kept his position longer, and
possibly, have saved his life. His
zase was oneof dreadful debility ; the
aeDinty wnicn unaermines tne loun-
aations of health and "life: the debil
ity which goes hand in hand with
disease, and which leads down to
death and the grave. He was poor
ly nourished ; in fact hardly nour-
1 TY ! . 1 '
tsnea ai au. nis digestive macnin
ery was so disordered that the food
he ate did not assimilate and form
good blood. What blood he had
was rjoor and thin. There was noth
ing vigorous about him. Now this
was perhaps an extreme case; but
there are many debilitated people
going down, down, down, just as this
poor little book-keeper, went.
Weak and forlorn as these un
happy people are, they can be sa ved
Many of them can be restored to
health and vigor. Brown's Iron Bit
ters will carry to their enfeebled or
gans the strength that is needed.
Its peculiar preparation of iron will
rive color and nourishment to the
ul$od, and so vitalize the system.
I hus digestion has a ( chance. The
liver is restored to proper action.
Idle lungs take healthy inspirations
of air. The kidneys beerin to work
fight. That horrible old feeling of las
situde departs, and misery moves oft.
Every debilitated sufferer ought to
k-now about Brozirts Iron Bitters. 2
dec 8- nrm tc dw cd
First National Bank of Wil
mington.; CAPITA LISTOC K . . .
Deposits receive! anl collections made cr
all accessible nolnfsln the United State.
tL K. BUItRUSS, t. U. WOKTHi
A. MARTIN. JAS. SPRUNT,
E. E. BUKKUSS.
A. K. WALKER
New Buckwheat !
! 1 j
JEW BUCKWHEAT AND WHITE Syru
to suit, received by New York Steamer to-day
AlsoJ Cakes and Crackers of every variety,
fresh and crisp, and a general stock of Fresh
Groceries usually found In a first-class Gro
eery at Crapons Family Grocery.
GEO. M. CRAPON, Agent,
oct 20 I South Front St
ine Portraits in Crayon or
QBDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED IN
the finest style. In order to more fully Intro
dncctbe work my prices arc to the . lowest
cent for first class work. Friends are Invited
to call and examine for themselves.
ORIN T. THOMAS, Artist,
dec 6 119 Marko at.. Wilmington. N. C
MISSES BURS A JAMES, Principals.
MRS. 1L 8. CTJSHING, Mualcal Instructress.
rpHE TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION of
this 8chool will commence on Thursday, the
4th of October, 18S3, ani close during the third
week In June, 12S4.
Tho course of Instruction la thorough and
systematic. Terms reasonable. Lessons In
painting In Oil, Water Colors and Pastel, with
Sepia ana India Ink drawing, and Crayon and
pencil sketching, at moderate rates.
Where a class of tea or twelve Is formed for
the school of painting, the price will be re
duced. Pupils outside of the school who desire mu
sical instruction, will do well to apply early.
For further particulars Inquire of Principals,
or call for Circular.
1 Stala L llonroe Sts..Chicaso.
far lui, iW yatm. it tacranno,
1 I tlk Dram Vmt Sv .Vl
Wilmington & jWeldon
OrncB of General SUFERnrraroinrr, i
Wilmington, N. C. Nov 17. 1S83. J
Change of Schedule.
fS AND AFTEK NOV'R IS, 1SS3, AT
VA. M., rawenzer Trams on tne v timing
ton & W cldon Kallroad wlu run as ioiiowb :
DAT MAIL. AND EXPRESS TRAINS DAI I.)
. - I Nos. 47 North and 43 South.
Ixavc Yf nmlneton, Front St. Pept,r 8.53 A.
Arrive at Wciaon,.. 2.31 P.
Leave WeMon ; 5.00 'IV
Arrive at Wllm'gton. Front St. D'4, 8.40 r.
Fast Through Mail & Pa sskokr Train
I Dailt: No. 40 South.
Leave WcMon 5.50 P.M
Arrive at Wllni'jrton, Front St. IHp't 10.V5 V.l hi
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAINS DAILT
No. 43 North. -
Leave Wilmington.. 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Wetlon ...... 2.W A. M.
Mail aki PASrSEXGen Traiks Nos 45 and
Invc Wilmington, (Sundays ex- "1
M?PtcJ) 12.30 A M
ArriTC ntWcldon. ............ ....... 630 A M
l-cave Wcldon. (Mondays cxccotctlU. 05 A M
Arrive at Wilmington,.....- a m
Train No. 40 South will aton onlw at Wllonn
GoMKboro and Magnolia. J j -
Jr-ains on Taxtjoro liranch Road Leave Rockv
Mount for Tarboro at 1.20 A. M. and 4.30 P.
M. Daily i (Sundays-excepted). Ituming,
leave Tarlor at 10.00 A.M and 3 V. M. Daily.
a'rRlns on Scotland Neck Branch Koad Ic.av
Halifax for Scotland Neck at" 3.2." P. M. R
rtirnlnz leave Scotland Neck at 8.39 a. f
dally except Sunday.
Train No. 47 makc close connection t V
don for all points North Dailv. All rn
Richmond, and dally except Sunday via Ba
Train No. runs dailv and inaxes close con
nccUon for all Points North via lUchmond aud
All trains run solid between Wi'mlncton n
Washington, and have Pullman Palace Sieer
For accommodation of local travel a nasspn
ger coacn will be attached to local freight leav-
ing Wilmlncrton at 7.00 A. M Dailv ecm
JOHN F. DIVINE.
T. M. EMERSON, Genera,' Passenger Ajcem.
nov 17 i i
& Augusta li. It. Co.
OF PICK OF GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT.
vVllmlnton. N. C. Nov 17,18t3. v
, Change of Schedule,
ON AND AFTKK NO 'It ISth. 185:3, at
4.33 A. M., the following PasRcnfcr $cot
u)c will be run on this road :
Xo.42 Leave Wilmington, (Mondays i
excepted) 7. IS A t
Arrive at Florence .111.40 a M
No. 4.V-Leave Fl rencc, (Sundays
excepted) J 7.40 P M
" Arrive at Wilmingtor jl2 10 P M
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, IAILV 4t
Wcctand 4? Easu
Iave Wihnlngton 9.10 P. 4i.
Leave Florence, j 2.40 A. i At.
Arrive at C. C A A. Junction CJiS A. to.
Arrive at Columbia. .40 A. ftt.
Leave? Columola 9. 55 P. M.
Leave C., C & A. Junction 10.20 P. AI;
leave Florence.. 4.X! A, M,
Arrive at Wilmington. 8.23 A. M.
Night Mail axi Pssenokk Train, Daily
NO. 40 WKftT.
Leave Wilmington .10.40 P. it.
Arrive at Florence r. I 45 A. M.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN DAILT
I .cave Florence at...' 3.35 P. M
Arrive at Wilmington 7.42 P. M;
Train 43 stops at all Stations.
No. 40 stops only at Flemlngtoi. and Marlon
Passengers for Columbia and all poliua uw c
A C. R. li., C, & R. R. Stations, Aiken June
tlon, and all points beyond, should take tire
Nleht Exrre8s. 1 i
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Charlesto
and Augusta on Train 4S . j
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Local freight leaves Wilmington dally ex
cept Sundav at 6.10 A. M. i
JOHN F. DIVINE,
General Surerlntendent '
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger Ag-ent
nov 17 I
Carolina Central It. It.
OFFICE OF GEtfKRAL SUPEKIKTEirDKKT,
Wilmington, N. C, June 13th. 1SSS. -
Change of Schedule.
QN AND AFTER JUNE 13th!, 18S3, TIIK
following cnoaoio will be operated on thlf
Eallroad : j ;
PASSENGEB MALL AND EXPRESS TRAIN
Dally except Sundays.
) Leave Wilmington at.. ..... .7.00 P. M
No. L Leave Kalclghat .-. ..7.35 P. M
) Arrive at Charlottet 7.00 A. M
) Leave Charlotte at... ...... .8.45 P. M
No, 2. J Arrive Raleigh at 8.30 A . M
Arrive at. Wilmington at.... 8.25 A. M
Passenger Trains ston at regular stations
only, and points designated in the. Company's
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, MAIL
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
Dally except Sundays.
Leave Charlotte j 5.30 p. M.
Arrive at Shelby , 9.00 P. M.
Leave Shelbv 7.00 A.M.
Arrive at Charlotte...... ...10.30 A. at.
Trains No. 1 and 3 make close connection
Hamlet with K. A A. Trains to and from Ral
eigh. Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington
and Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte.
Take Train No. 1 for Statesvllle, Stations
Western N CRR, Aaheville and points West
AUo, for Spartanburg Greenville, Athens'
Atlanta and all points Southwest..
I C. JONES, "
F. W. CLARK, General Passenger Agent
John C. Davis,
ATTORNEY AND '"''-'""(-'..'.?.'
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
omce over the -Bank of New rr
Practices in all the Courts of tie State.
Special attfmtlon Mi l tn tho collection
Of r.UIfDM. j 1AV U tt
au uniajfiag&mi t jy enre tor
Artw ! tMtfktiy HJid I Vtaknru,
1 overwork, etc.. (ovt imty thou-
) me" -na
f sana io-i t i r cures;
ITi I J5c- Ilag3 i
v-JI LI lOi UUs. Aibimut.
-VLikJJ rr ir r nwn'j
T Tho following
wholesale prices generaliTJ
mall orders higher i
ams, v n.i. ..........
. Shoulder, y lb T
Sides, fb M
WESTERN SMOKEr 1
IT Am a' .
sides, v ib... .v.v.t.v; jj
Shoulders ; iSj
RY SALTED ,
. v ...... ......I ; ..
- St.lno Mr Ik
Shoulders, V lb... i '
ARRilLS-SnirlU Turnent! ft'
BUTTKR. V lb-
CANDLKS, V lb
CllKESh. T tb
COFFEE, V B-
Lngiryra :.. '
CORN MEAL. V bus., la mI
COTTIW TIKS, V bundle.r.. lsZJ
DOMESTICS i lr -l
Sheeting, 44,-V yd.1.
tarns, v Ditnca
EGGS, f dozen
FISH -v.. - .. .:
Mackerel. No. I. V lbl. i
Ataekcrcl. Not 1. V half bid.. 8 h, it!
Mackerel, No. C, V bbl.... .. 9 60 VSt
Mackerel Na 2, V half bbl.. 5 oa
Mackerel, No. S, tf" bbl 7 75 ai"
Mnllcts, Vbbl..: 4C9 Z k
Mnllet, Pork bbla. j 7 00 tl
N. C. Roc Iferrlnff, f keg.... 3 00 tu
ir io. ............ ... 9 a t
FERTI LI ZEISS, 2,000 fta- A
reruvian uuano, no. i 67 u cr!:
.. . Now 2...... .30 00 tr.l
" - Lobos.... ..00 00 e-jr
nan f; ii o uoepuaic. uuw
Carolina Fcrullzer. ........... 43 00 ev
Ground Bone ................00 00 e
Bono Meal ..00 00 tx
Bone Flour ....00 00 e;
Navassa Guano .....1.40 00 ti
Complete Manure .......CO 00 oc
Wbann'a Phosphate.. iOO 00 e;
Wando Phosphate...... .00 00
Berger & Butz'a rhoevhatc.;oo 00 Ax
Exccllenza Cotton FerUllier.M 00 t
French's Carbonate of Lime.. 4 7 00 0;
French's A grlcnltnral lime.... 8 50 ai
FLOUR, bbl j
Fine.. .. 0 00
Northern Super.....;.. 5M
Extra........ 6 oo- a I, i
family ,....100 o s
, City MUla Extra G to net
, V ; Family 5 75 01
Extra Family.... 6 m o 3
QLUEV lb 11 n 3
GRAIN, V bUBhcl I
Corn, from store, bags, white. . e
Corn, cargo, in hulk, wiute..
Corn, cargo, lu bags, white..
Corn, cargo, mixed, in bags..
uau, rrom store.
Cow Pea?. T.
HAY, V 100 IbB
1 20 0 II
1 IA It 12
North River...: I 75 O
noOPURON, V Li ! I V9
LRD,4 lb- j !
Northern !..... 100
North Carolina.... 00 ;tf
LIME, 4 barrel 1 40 j
LUMBER. City Sawel. V MfL !
Ship Stuff, rceawed.... 13 00 er
Rough Edge Plank.... 4...... 15 ft
WestlndiaCargoea.accordlng I f
to quality 13 Ot 6h
Dressed Eloorlng, seasoned. .18 H) 254
Scantling ami Board, ennn..! 00 Mil
New Crop Cuba, In hhda ' OC ft.
In bbla... ... 4 t
Porto Rico, In bnds.... oo
In bla.. ........ 00 if
Sugar House, In hhds.......J.. 00 Q
. " lr. bbls ! 26 0
Svtuo. tnhbla i.. 40' 0
NAILS. V Keg.Cut.10d basla.. 0 00 tt ,S
0115, V gallop- '
Kerosene... ...... .v J.. II 0
Lard........ J.. 1 10 Cjq
Linseed J.. 90 ttTl
Deck and Spar j..
00 O f,
Chickens, live, grown..
ive, grown... .4..
' Sirlng. . ....... ..4..
'.to a lk
L ZiJVl UIO IT Ulibllfl. .........
POTATOES, V bnBhel
rrlsh, if bbl
PORK. W barrel-
fa a 1
...... 2 00 AM
'- i i :
City Mess ...............23 SC ffl
Rump ..17 00 .CUI
RICE Carolina. V ib W
Rough. r bushel ;.. w 01
BAGS, V lb Country.......;..
ROPE, V ft......
sal.t, v sack. Alum....
SUGAR, V lb Cuba
A Coffee. ........
. 0 a
SHINGLES. 7 in. VM WW
Common.... 1W 0
CypressrSaps W 1
Sl'AVES. y M W. O. Barrel.-12 00 All
JLO. Hogshead.. .......W W slS
TALiLAJW, if ft.
X JM-liEK, V
Common Mlll..............;.j S 00
Inferior to Ord,nary.....L... I 0 00
North Carolina... ......1 M
WOOL, V tt Washed-.......
Unwashed.... w 0
Burrr i.-i H 9
fifXT TV i0T tnc working cla
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mail . ... .VI!
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