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:r. rlVOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N; C MONDAX JANUARY 28. 1884.
atood that the Editor doss not always endo
the tJcws of correspondents cnlcaa so tut
In the editorial columns. ,' T
NO. 23
Ewmw
ITii-V A -new hn$ tH toryni
O h Imc w Wilmington. ;
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tr.orc pcopio:
of
V - Lb cm- Vt.mey sweral
I'irii intend to build
. u bo propel'.cd bj
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Tani
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cf one rasf:Ac ulock cf
-i-.-c vr niatU'.c. wilh the
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tn
i) 3!r. Liustry bai u:adc
.".ui.uh' ri o a.rvauj wi.
slf.rs Ler txpccMTJ. cx pec's to
s .-:- ! . f-t to iJ
! Uricbstu Voan;' toss have
, ! ..--r.lanU. dau;htcr
1:, rrvrl U the mc huiband. acd !
j- -t. r son wr.tcJ poetry
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Mr. Irting hi engaged an architect
:.. dn-z tnip!t :e p'.ar.s of the Boston
Ir.ea'.ru. Iroai which he proposes to
i "-r tin aire in Indoti. :
A .aa i:v;ag in Chandler lowuship.
C;ur:i ii cjun y. Mich., is anxious to
v , hi Uouv; U aw Feven ghosts
ar..l a i haaton di in the parlor the
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t4.vuiza'.ia.ua lr Juminous wing9
var 10 tie direction ot Reno, Nev.'
ta ti e Sacrament i tict. Tho squaws
... tha: l:.nliy .tre tsken to using lace
i w c!Ec:al report of tha committee
i.'v-AC't l to investigate tho earthquake
ua :L I i! and of Itchla fixes the number
xi litan killed at C.313 andof tho
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vAK.hemjl vatient man uoxt toj
U b. Tnrte t:.ai a day lor t wenty-hvo I
crhtMr. M-a-a recorded in his
.! ir tr.o :a'e cl the weather.
... ,. , ..
i;iia;c!4 tiyry Ho has outdone
IV. -vhrr. Ill co'jrna'.ioa the largs
in l"n::--! Stale. U numbera
jtri- Koartcf'i rar sjo it
I l r. : cxc'J '.AO dcin The jruwtb
:. W-'n U Talmas H; pulpit
irri' 'x a'.mctel the peii!e.
iit: r Ar.'.h '-ir : fining mater i
a'.' ;r: :oi!:h. In' h h con?c:cu of his
' .. :rc. a:..l recently h? aid to
t. "I: vc&.'A beau unwelcome
t . -: :j tliink vvcry tuurniag on
x t;, that I niu?t W. at the Senate
tiiufvr it I i o'clock sharp, rain or
Iu;r.!o Kin;, though now an old j
....
i s:;;: hilc nud hearty ; his eye is '
i -'ttiL!. h; .ep as tirni aud his heart
a nhta he 5it ia Iuchsnau's
t it ra: a IVitma-itcr ticural.. Mr,
K l; js the dbtinctiou of having
..cri..! U.e rostuffico Department as a
-crkM-d workin.-hf w,y up to the,
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Ii. Jcsao James ibow n refused
Uc-5c in Xcw Hiren oa the ground
t-:.!cio James teiuj a noted tbieT.
itr. ar.d murderer, a recital of hi
i'.ei acts would have a pernicious
siSscncc cpoa tho tsiods ot our youth."
TUpcco the: -are two iqueAinUh.
i-rcourso wiih JesM James ia persoa
-" ard.y hurt tho averas New
Haver, jcarg man, but it mlt: ratio
c Jsei cjoniter wLero ha -is now
ttrc!y a vry wicked man. Tho 3Ial
J bvs. fjr iajtanc. could doublu
:ur.t hiui.
' y U" CU,,t jModieska and her company on Wed-i.-.t.a
11. Murch. of IMasf. Me Jnesday njght. -
Superior Court.
iBcciwot Anaio Uwtoa vs. Nor
w oMr.i!es i Co., the jury, after bein
us "ar'.y all U Saturday niht. return.
a Ttrdx: :cr t j.hintiS wiih $500
dtraaes.
The caw of J. I. 3!e;u Vf. w. r
u.ui4ai waiuken up thi morning and
-a occupied the attention of tho Court
rn - tv eatire day. Meiarr Kuaseli
11:0431 fr- plainUflf. and Sted.
u38c! M.Dellamy lor tho defendant.
Lieut. lUiodes.
T - rueptioa proposed by ourGcr
'7a fe '-v citizens to bo lendcreJ to
CV'11 UeuL Rhodca is intended to
il l- Opera llouso and will be
rirj n iu Chiracter. There will b
;icjt ai wo announced on Salur
w- J:'- iuUcdcd to secure tho" co
ra:.ua cf th military and firtx de
rts:c3t of the city to assist la girlog
pa a cardial recvptioa. and escort him
''wt Pra House where appropriate
ecLs ui mij0 by jn,
J lor that parpoia.
LOCAL NEWS.
ixon to itw invtamcutiT
I Curolnt
Cmuraptloi s J
Tee Sdenco of Llfo
Cpclsc Fcrai FUatr
f nstcft'5 Wc Are TbinVful
UtiKataots StlcfTa runo
G TATt 4 School Book., Ac
Worth A Woktu New Crop
Twos C Csirr, Agt Vuruitare
Guxs M, JlCitCinsON Kaucy Gocda -j
Pixen ATXTto Xow ! YoTJrTlny-
SIryrs Ukm. A DlRosict Oaloo Sc
J? w GoCDoy Copartaer.Ulp Kbticc
w K trKi5CER Co SportmaaS!Gooli
The EeoitDgton lloree-rower Fire Engine
McDoucall A Bo wd ex A Merciful Man
P.L CslDCCBS & Co Tou Cannot Coccdre
Jo W Goedox A 8Mtxu Irfccranre Agt
Corneliu Hiirortt Onu?U C31, Iyal
Arcannra
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The reccipu of cotton at this port to I
day foot up 22G balci.
1're Lavo old cunning stagers say.
Fqr every pain, St. Jacobs Oil will pay.
a finc dispUy ol m,aU at
the market house this morniujr.
Cornelius"! larnctt Council No. C31
Royal Arcanum, meets to-night at 9
o'clock. . . It
Messrs. Worth & Worth arc now
landing a lull cargo f bright hew crop
Cuba molasses, which will be sold
promptly. '
Mr. I. Shrier comes out in a noble
advertisement in this issue ft is ou
tho first pago and will prove attractive
reading matter to all.-
Re?. -Dr. Yate3 preached a very
powerful and effectual sermon, at Front
Street M E. Church, yesterday morn
ing, to a largo and delighted audience.
There was a rush at Dyer's this
m nr n I n t tn envi m etot, frw tKa rvnrfi I
tw...... .wcv..w v-- -je HA.VE TIIE KIKE8T AS30BTMEST
mance of 'Twelfth Night." by MndamoT H of KnUsh and Dclxtum Breech Loaders
!,. ,. i ,... . xx'Aa lever brought to this market. Also a first
The rock thruwing nuisauee doea not
aDnear to abate worth a cent . notwith-!
standing the stringent ordinances
against it ami repca:el fines imposed j
fur the oflT-nse.
Swedish barque Adolf Frcdholm, j
Pahlson, cleared to day , for Hamburg
with 2.C30 barrels of rosin, valued at
$3 6-31. shipped by MeM. lVuersou,
Downing Sc Co.
lion. Will. Cumback arrived in the :
city Saturday night and registered at
thp.rurcoll House. IIo attended Front
Street M E. Church yesterday morning
and a;ain at night. ! ,
Such weather as wc have been havins
latch, and which ecm ikcly to con-
tiuuy!indtjnitcly. is undoubtedly a'l
: right, but to poor human understanding
it i imply mi-erab!o.
ti. .. r.,:. 4:,1 ,.
J t H" f iKAU-vl ( VUk itu iiy.
her reubr trip to Sortithviilptd-day. oa
account of borne iatpiovemeut made to j
a portion of her machinery. ' Mi- will
lavo attain tamorrow. r;
A 5oilth American.. pelican, uhicn
cscaiurcs six feet Irum tip to tip ol tho s
wini. wis found soon after the lata
snowstorm by Mr. Simpson, a fisher-;
man on Wrightsrilie Soundi ..
Thaatcamtu U'mi Xjcc has had
her old whiatlo replaced by a now onej
which gives thr;o distinct tones. It i? '
a Xyic whistle, but tho tonb.aro net'
the awctcst wo have ever heard. I
If you oeed a reaT"oTlirSt cla.s I
cookisg tove. don't fail to sco the Ex '
celsior Tenn., Zeb. Vance and New ,
Emerald, besides others. They are to
bo fjund at factory prices at Jacobi's.
who is tho manufacturers agent, f
Tho First Baptist Church was crowds
eJ last nizht with an addience anxious
to listen to Rev. Dr. Priicbard'a sermon
oa Samson," tl beius tho third of his
series of sermons to youns men. It
was a masterly effort, and was tho sub
ject of antvcral commendation.
Tho attention of tho city authorities
is earnestly invited to.tho condition of
tho street crossings at tho intersection
of Third and Mulberry streets These
arc on a very popular thoroughfare,
and lu rainy weather they are almost
Impassible.
Some ot tho New Yorlc papers give
currency to a rumor that somo of the
Republican papers are alter the scalp
of Mr. Y. I. Canatray, Sergeant at
Arms, because of the mauncr la which
he has made removals and appoint-;
mcnts regardless of their wishes
Interesting to Fishermen: Thocele
brate4 Fishw Brand Giiliuz thread Js
told only at J A corn's. 1 He is tho Im
porter's Agtnt. t
Tlio Benefactor.
j The slcamshtp Benefactor did not
clear on Saturday, a wc announced.
! It was her regular failing day, and we
: cleared her with the presumption that
j aba "would leave with hr accustomed
! rec;uritT. Sb9 li . been detained on
account of an accident to her propcllor
arjd will go upon the dry dock, where a
! new propcllor will be substtuted.
I Col. .John L. Bridgrer
i Tho Tarboro Southerner chronicles
the death on Wednesday last, cf Col.
Jchn L. Brldsers. brother to Honi'K.
R. Bridgers of this city, and well-known
to many here. Col. Bridgers was ono of
the mostrrominont citizens of tho State
and one of the most excellent of men
He commanded the Ed?econibe Guards
at the battlo of Bethel, where Private
Wyatt, of that company," tho first man
vrno e 1 u iq nan no awui. tiu oo
attcrwards appoluted Liout.Colcnel ol
Artillery and was iti command at ono
time at Fort Macon. His death has
been deeply deplored. ,
No man knows what a ministering
angel his wife is until he comes home
one day. suffering with a dreadful cold,
nnd she happens to have a bottle ot Dr.
Bull's Cough Svrup in the house.
DIED.
SMITU On. the 2Gth lftst., at Charleston. 8.
C. of pneumonia, LIZZIE, daughter f Mrs.
Mary IL, and the lte Thorn sb IS. bmith, aged
40 years and 9 month?.
NEW ADVERTISEMBVTS.
A Merciful Man
JS MERCIFUL TO 1113 BKA8T. TUI3 IS
a jrentle hint to omors of "unhlanketedM
bonea. Tha place to buy any price Blanket
you want, together wlih Lap-robes. Carriages,
saddle". Harness, Tmnks Satchels, Bags,
Ac, is at MoDorjGAtiL A BOWDEN'3,
Jan 23 No. 114 North Front fit
SpQitsman's Goods.
c ass aiock of Shells, Waidlnpf, Prlmora.Cart-
rldjrc Ims. uun Caps, uame lags, c. in
fact we can show a et
of Hardware. Good
zoods and a ran toe prices.
snroJir ta John UAmnn a i..
! a sy ' l9 81 ana a Urket stltt
STIEFF'S PIANOS!
JKCKIVED TODAY DIFFKRKNT Stjles
of the celebrated
Ohas. M. StiefTs Pianos,
square. Grand and Upright.
jEiefaut, rich, silvery tone, rtqntarc touch,
superb fln'.sh, finest tjailty. Call t eee thee
j rmuuj instruments at 1
! HEINSBERGER Ss
jan:
Live Itxk nnd Miulo Store
Furniture.
l-yiUS WEEK WE HAVE PLACED In stock
nnd Stvll.h PARLOR SUITS. LADIF.fi
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desks and srcrktaries, wardrobes,
.Jaxdlurr0 Mand da Walnut and Elony
y& COMMON r.KDSTEADS.
MATTRC'SES-all kln'Ja 3nl a superb a
5rjmnj0( window shadks. GirC usa
!,t,I: wer UI1
TiroM4h c. ckaft, Aseoi.
Furniture Dealer.
vObo. front 6t
. A 1 E S,
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no 31AKKET ST.
gclIOOL BOOK' CLAJiK B0OK5'
stationery, paper bags.
straw wrapping paper.
1 twine, Ac, c
Liberal dlcouot to merchant.
Let ua quote you prjcea on i abore before
h'Jjlng elrewhere.
Jan
Copartnership Notice.
OINCE THE 6AD DEATH OF MY DEAR
O Brother and Bulnos Partner. Wllhe J.
Gordon, on ue ftb lnL, th shocking diaUa
ot n-nlcn are Known to moat or our patrons, I
have aaoclated In buslnen with m eelr. Sir.
josEPa i. aainu, of tma city, who ha
ha Teral year expenence in ine insurance
Baln, and wno nCa n introduction to
thla community Under the firm satue ot
JOHN W. GORDON & r-MlTU we 111 con
tinue to Irxn&ACt the bualnca or Insurance la
aU lu brunches, at tbeamoofice heretofore
occupied by John W. Gordon Jt Rro., No. lit
North Water Street. ,
1 beg to exprees to our patron my atneere
thanks for tnelr patronage o liberally bestow
ed for a number o years past upon my broth
er and self, and to promise that the firm ot
John W. Gordon frmlth will autre In erery
way to merit a continuance ot the save.
Kespectfnlly,
JJSO. VT. GORDON.
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JOHN W.GORDON J 831 ITU.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
ri RE, LIFE AND MARINE,
Office No. ill North water at-,
WUmlas-ton. V. C
Pledging our beat effort to protect the la
terra la ot our entow cos, and promising strict
aucatlo. to all business entrnatevt to us. we
reapectfully so acts the patron r of ths public,
. jan TS Iw JNO. W. iiORDOX A BAIITIL
NEW AIVEirriSEMEK,X,S
That our efforts to place before our patrons the best
goods for the. least money are appreciated ! j
1 OUR GREAT SUCCESS
Wc dttribut3 largely to tho splendid bargains wo'iiave been and stiji are ablo
to glvp mir customers. It appears that our extremely low prices have caused
. f- " - "' i -i ' - . . i
the impression that there is something
business. A few words will clear away the mystery. . We sell low because our
system of buying.enables us to procure the largest bulk of goods lower than can
be manufactured, next, the low expense in proportion to the vast amount of
1
business we do allows U3 to sell at a very small tnfla above what the goods cost.
Our system is very simple, and these words expbin alii We wish the pubiuj: to
understand that wc do not advertise goods in a fictitious way, telling you that
our goods are worth dpublo what we ask for them ; but we claim what wo do
and do what wc claim ; and wo do mo3t decidedly claim that the goods we arc
offering ure below the prices asked, elsewhere. If you purchase any goods irom
us and don't find that they are in every particular as represented, bring them
back and we will refund the money. i
We can suit all and offer bargains tbat cannot be had elsewhere; in order to
rush them oft quickly, we have cut down prices to the lowest point. At these re
duced pricey it will pay to buy them lor next Winter's wear. Call at once at
1 THE RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
U4 MARKET ST.
jan5S i 1 j
You Oannot Conceive,
J ADIKS, WHAT A GREAT ADVANTAGE
i
It Is to trade where you can obtain overythlDg
geoeaaary to supply your table.
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KLYGAXTMKSS MACKEREL,
I'ICKLKD SALMON (fresh from the
waters of California),
SOUSED PIG'3 FEET.
CELEBRATED UUCUUBER SAUCE,
(an elegant conHncnt; ,
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,
TOMATO CAT; UP,
SALAD DRESSING.
i
I
CHICKbN SOUP -Tut up In glaes jar?, ami
especially rocoaimcudcU for sick people. We
advise you to try It. Very ryh and wholesome.
We ask you to come down ani examine our
sto-k.
P. L. BRIDGERS & 00.
HO North Front St.
ian '.
NEW CROP-
WE ARE NOW LANDING
372 Hhds. and 100 Bills.
Veryrime, Bright
NEW CUO CUBA MOLASSES.
IT WILL BE SOLD PROMPTLY,
WORTH & WORTH.
NO MORE EYE-GLASSES.
No fw Weak
Mqxo
yes.
MITCHELL'S
EYE-SALVE.
A Certain. Safe and EffectiTe RemecJy tor
SORE, WEAK AND INFLAMED
EYES.
Producing Long-sightedness, ant Re
storing the Sight of the Old.
Cures Tear Drops, Gramlatlon. Stye Turners,
Red Efes, Slatted Eye Lashes, and Pro
ducing Quick Belief and Perma
nent Cure.
Also, equally efficacious when used In other
maladies, such as Ulcers, Ferer Sores, Tu
mors. SaJt Rheum. Bums. Piles, or wherejer
Inflammation exists, MITCHELL'S 8ALYK
may be used to adrantaxe. 1
bow oy au lruxsasts at sac jan
Now Is Tonr Tliue.
1
T' lOU WANT A GOOD COOK STOVE I
X select from c
i oujr great Tsxiety, among which 1
r ImproTed", a pertect famliyj
la the "farmer
harmonlzexi the Golden UarTCstand sweet
1st rttrker eookad la that: tlm "Southern
Oak," within the reach of all told only by
PURE TTTnTE OIL. jaaSS
NEW AIVEKTISEMENT3
mysterious about our system of doipg
Mid Cold and Saow.
For winter coughs, cokls, aches and paios
you will And Benson's CapcinoPorus Plasters
tho best relief. 1 jan 23-4v
use thousands of cases of the worst kind and of long
etandinar have been cured. Indeed, bo Btronejb my
faith in its efficacy, that I will send TWO BOTTLES
FREE, tosetner with a VALUABLE TREATISE on
this disease, to any 'sufferer. Give express and P. O.
address. Da. T. A.SLOCUAl,181PeajlSt..Hew York.
Ruskin's Works.
Sksajie asp Liliks, paper, 10 ct. ; cloth,
25 cents. "
Ceown" or Wild Oliver papsr, l" cent?;
cloth. 2.r cts.
Ethics of the'Duit, paper, JO cents;
c'oth, 25 cts.
S CM A ME AND LILIE8 CROW.V, KVi WILD
Olite and Ethics of the Dust, In one vol
ume, half Rusla, rcdedzco. 50 cts. Modeux
Paixters, Stoxes'of VExrcE, etc, in pre:
parfttion. Larpro cataloguo free.
JOHN B. ALDEN. PublUhcr.
jan2S-4w JS Vescy at. New York
T
a
When I say core I do not mean merely to stop them
for a time and then hare them return apain, I mean a
radical care. I h&ve made the disease of I" ITS, EPI
LEPSY Oft FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study.
I warrant my remedy to core the worst eases. Because
others hare failed ia no reason t or not now receiving a
cur a. Send at once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Express end Postoffice. It
cost 8 yon nothin? for a trial, and I will ure yon.
Address Ha. IL O. BOOT, 188 Pearl St., New York.
The REMINGTON
HORSE-POWER
FIRE ENGINES
Nearly aB effee- wn?r
jsnual expeaw
live as a steam- F
cr ; about ne-1
S A L B
for repairs.
Tor d esc rip.
rive circulars
Ith teetirno-
a yd lees "than tj
ce. tenth an-"
REMINGTON
AGRICULTURAL CO.
LION, Now YorkH UUIJlIs
266th Edition. Price Only $1
BY MAIL POST PAID.
KHOW THYSELF,!
A GREAT MEDICAL WORK ON MANHOOD.
i - i
Exhausted Vitality. Nervous find PhTrical
Deblilty, Premature Decline in Man, Errors
cf Youth, and tho untold miseries resnltlsar
from Indiscretion or excee8- A book lor
ererr man. vounar. mid 11a asred and old It
contains 123 prescriptions for all acute and
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able. So founi by the Author. whoe experi
ence for 23 years l& such as probably never
before fell to the lot of any physician. ZOO
pages, bound In beautiful Trench rauslla, em
Doosed coders, full gilt, guaranteed to tea
coer work In jyerT sense raechaiiieaL literary
and professional than any other TCork sold Jn
this country for $2.53, or the uiooey will
rts unded la erery Instance. Price only $l.0J
by milL post-pal L lllus trail re santplc G cts
bend now. Gold metal awarded the author
by tho National Medical Association, to the
officers of which he relers. i 1
Tula book shoul 1 bj read by the youn for
Instruction, and by the aJEl ted tor" relief. "It
will benefit all London Lam cf.
There is no member t eoclety to whom thfs
book will not be useful, whether youtn parent,
guardian, instmetoror clrryman Argonaut
Ad Jrtb the Peabodyj Medical inatl.uu, r
Dr. -W. II. Parker, No. 4 Dallfloch btreet. :
Boston. Mass , who may be consulted on ail
diseases reriutrtnr a a 111 and experience.
Ckronle aMu oostlnate Wise res tnat havo
baftltfd the still of all IJ A I oth-r
physicians a specialty la L tk iW hneb
I trea'ed succesf u"W IL1 f C f CT
lly without an ' la
at I WfcMivl
stance or zauure.
jan t3-davw w
Fancy Goods.
-pCLL LINE AT
A ' GILES Jb OtvBCmSOX'S,
Jan ?3
Murohi'on Block.
3 rl r " E?T
& 0 m
yuuib
En
1
VBMSSWKMa
i
HOUSE.
EXTRA ! EXTRA I
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Oae Night Only Weineaiay, Jacuiry fc'tb
" - rarcirel! American Tour !
Euggenent of the Eminent roUh Ac tr, -
' MODJESKA I
Supported by. Maurice H-' Barryiaore axd a
rt 'tTOO. Drmc Compaay.1
On which occattoa wUl be prescaied Shakes
Twelfth Wigrit l
Sale of seat will win at ler MonJiar
m rnlnff. Jin. 2S. at 8 ?rWv ' vnsj
r-
6
O PERA HO US E
One Night Only I ijSu.
' Th latest N. y. Success, T
A BUNCH OF KEYS; OR. THE HQTF.L I 'f.
JJ7Chas. h Hoytand Willie E.loula. With a
record of over NE HUNDRED CONSECU
TIVE NiGIirSntlheSan Krclsco
House. S. V. Innoduclns: theunaj.nro.ch-
Rblo charcter romedie.nnn MIH fioua
MOOUF, supported by a ORE T CAsT. I
The celebrated GraDd view Hotel -et car
riol In Its eoilrety. Original Vus!'; elegant
costuming. t.iKi opens Tnetday, 'Jn- at i
Dy r's Jteserved $i. Admlsbion, 6, SO. 25 '
ccnt8- jan 20-
(f
Invisible Some People
LECTURE BY
Hon. Will, Cumback
' i
HOUSE.
MONDAY, JANUAHYl 28J
For benefit Wllmingto-T Library Aseocaltlon.
Admission 25 cen s. No reserved seats.
Jan2G2t ' , i - '
Pacific Guano.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
400 TO 500 TONS 1
i . - - r- ,
OF THIS INVALUABLE FERTILIZER;
I
MISCELLANEOUS
OPERA
which has never failed, and will havelt 'for i :
sale throufrliout the season; as alsoDISSOLV- ' "
ED RONE PHOSPHATE '
At Last Year's Prices. :
)aiei 2mdAw ALEX. 8PRUNT A SON.
Pure Whiskey.
QLD M)RTH STATE SALOON, if ..South j..
Front St., keeps1 on hanS Clemraer's Puro Rve
Whiskey. Ceo flavored stuff) Plc Mo Whlekcv. I
very finc. As good FIVE CENTS CICAIta ,
as the raarket affords, Finest OYSTERS
from New River. Don't want a fortune at i
once. No headaches there. , jun Zt
Onion Sets, White and Red.
FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED.',
Alao, a full assortment of I i 1
FRESH GARDEN SEED, 1 '
PATENT MEDICINES. 1 1
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
CIGARS' In areat varletyj Ac , c.
I Munds Bros, & DeRossetJ
Ntw Drugstore, ' I 1
Market and Second Streets.
jan It"
GREENVILLE SOUND.
i T WILL SELL AT A. BARGAIN ONE of the
1 i! ' .. ,
most I
Desirable Summbr Places
on the A tlantlo cat, situated oa Greenyllle
Soun, mile from WllmlngtoDon Shell
Roai. The land la In a III G II STATE OF "I
CULTIVATION and will support an ordinary
elze
es,
ADU
etrlmp to be had at the door every dar.
nortVlawSm m WM. A. CPMMtNO I
James A. l-ovvrey9
THEE L W RIG II T, BLACKSMITH AND
I
General Repairer cf Carriages and Vehicles;
Work of all kinds attended to without delay.
Thanking my friends for farora extended So
me in the rait. I solicit their kind fascraaJ
r .-.. , t ii' i .
their patronage In future. After an experl
eace or forty-four years as a Mechanic under
Capt W. 11. liobbltt, of Warrenton, and t
Waaalngton, I am .now prepared to conduct
tbework In all lu branches In a good and
work aoanllke manner. ,i , - '
Place of business, on Princess. I bet ween 3rd
and 1th streets. dot 20 oaw4( j
Steam Yacht LouiBeJ
p ASSESGER AND rREIGIIT STtEAXIER
lor FmltbvRle dally. Kates low and accom-j I
moda'iona fioc. The LuL'iSE Is a ntw boal. :
and U guaranteed eaf.r. Hlil leaye Smlthvlli
S A. M Ieave W'UmlogUn 1 20 o'clock IV M.
wnarr loot cf Dockstrect. '
- WU. WEEKS.! r
Jan 19 0 . Agent anl owner. !
SELLirJC OUT I
HATS & FEATHERS
AT REDUCED PRICES. . .
ULS. KATE C. Wist.
No- Ui H SicoiMl Street, nsxt Post oa-e '
d faariiy. On the place are Pears, reach
Apples, Cherries. Flars and Grapes IN
NUANCE. I ovslerj. fl9. Crabs and
    

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