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WILMINGTON: N. C, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 30. 1884. NO. 25
"fir Ini'y fidnr hn the bityctf:
w , f.t, nr'niinn, cf tint; ncrpipr
Crdc f. in "V Wilmington. J& j
MrTlTlc the ne Senator from New j
Hr'h.rc.i'.osdy resrmWcs- a rural'
; werwrsEiid rccT3 ccasrzatlca
i trca cur fricais ca lay and Ul sutjscis
I fweralfalcrestbct' V ; v ; : '
The nana cf. tiro venter isuit always Ufa
nfched to the Editor; : - 'J ' ,
Communications most t written j on oal
joneaMeof fee piper.:;; : I J - J
i PWBoaaCttUei must be aroWecU'f j -: ..' :;
Aaittlt especially and partieoiixJy uad',
stood that tho Editor docs cot always endoi
tic views of correspondents unles m ittie'
la the editorial coluauia. L
liori to niw AoviimiMiiu.
W K Path feox-Notl-c
C tT Yari.5 -cbeol Bovks, A:
A4 B Huogtns & Co Apircclalic
Tnere tTero no cases Tct th Mayor's
r avi . ni on Xcr Yar jrooidrat:on thi ujornin.
.a'a tb 5ri-t iheatie clt
l. ic. cc ltsbird by elcrtrldtjr.-1
. ' jdsy fot tip 333 baU
Vicugna scut jaiots of meat I
nLl bun 5ty poor people
Tec total icco; f ' ' rrar J XoIIcge
'urlri r: tAr was lrifl,s OTiT a
Ka;!ish chop hoasci arc prinsins
1 1- a!I ovvT Kcr Voik. In tbe places
r. :.:tz h oM ut ch v iJ,i.
t.-i. lcr nJ a!tr
Mr !K-p.iur, tbc wealthy clais maa
.'.uirur i f Indiana. prcdicU that gas
;:.: tuitie ut th cwiu'ry.
s . On Ills Trarelm
' One of the prisoner who some rreeks
: &ioca eacaptd from the county tU had
1 such a curious cxpcrleuce ia' escaping
capture that could not refrain from
. tei'itig it. and it finallr cam' v u
: through a very rtliaVie source- After
gcltiuoul of tbo city bo mido, directly
Mora I5r s. A DrItotcr On'.ja 5u
to to house of a fneod liring near one
Tim rfCPpls of cotton at thu port to . of th SoundmrhcrH he cot eoujctblfl?
to cat and where he also d?!red la xe
i mala hidden from the officers whom he
1 Kxriorts Farelciu NKW
Kor. barque 'Sagaf Lar&en. cleared j
to-day for Hamburg with 3 .291 barrels
of rosla. valued at $1,912 Uus- barque
Atlanta. "Nybcrg. clsarei for Glasgow
tritb. 330 cak t spirits turpeaticp c and
10S3 barrels, rosio,-valued. at ."3.769.
balbxaroes shipped Tiy;Hesrsrj,ater
soa.pownios & C!o makiag the aggre- .
ffatrauecf ox ports -foreign for. tbe
day amount to 13.680,.; .: :
QUE EOOK KEEl'tK, ME. B W. VAX IS. j
ia"cUU oabusiecaa Iqtm. maklai arrange
meet Sot out bprtB Bttpjceau of fib.
Wfl wish to ctata that taero is bo trata ia tLc
nimor icaiiciou5iT cTmiatca to la jute bin.
Jaa 33 it oac vr. K. VA Yl SOX
NEW Al) VEKTISEilENTS.
i. till. U'SIlUWi 1 UUK Kir.
Jns. A. Fore, Propr'torL
Harrison PUuiusT MillJ
T 3SOW HAVB MB. T. F. TVLEfc WITH
j Tho pajerter travel goin South
con;inuei unutuaiiy sarge.
Large quantities bf limber aro1 being
floaUddovrn tb Capo Fear aod North
... . . . . , .
?lesra. E. G: Blair and
I be loiol iccorue ol lh; Salratiou
Anay fcr 153 U reported at $1,500.
n'o. The army U now publishing six
tn "irar cries' in rarious countries.
-Mr.'. Louisa. II. Albeit, or Cedar
Kapidi. Ia.. has entemi Into partner
ship with her husband la iho practice
f !iv. The sign reads. "Albert &
A'.Urt. titorneys at law.
-l)r. Kran, the American dentiit
of ParXbujust Nen the recipient of
Uautilttl present from tho Prince of
Ws! ia lie ihap of a cav of jold
J.Lc rz.aJe io Inda.
Mr. LMward Why m per, the moan
r. titer, ictesds to ascend Killiraand
Jaro. the snow-crowned mountain of
ius:crial Africa, aupoosed to be from
M.CG0 feet to C0.0O0 feet abore the lerel
f the sea
i kcaw would b in nursnit. To this rlatJ
; . iu.c r r? i t r
that the ofllcrs uuld come al nt!.h-Wtoity,bave..c?Ub1ih m
uumo.enou a orancft5.or; tne. bamess
cxcuicled.ber8l ,bj-t:r.- Blair ;The
! au3 reach tbe house, but suggested ttfai
' . ! 1 . " 1 II 1 Im
mere wae a targe duiiow ucai
Wood is quite plontiful, but 3.50 per
cord is tho price asked delivered from
Steatuboatmcn report that the river
is Jailing slowly although there is yet
a plenty of good boating water.
The Secretary of War and his party
returned from their trip down the river.
last night nnd loft Immediately for
There was quite att exciting race on
tbc river this morning between tbc tugs
Alpha and Wm. Aycc, with considerable
doubt as to which was tho victor.
On Saturday last Hon Wj J. Green
Introduced Into' the Houw the petition
ofitizens of Brunswick. New IIano7
er and Columbus counties, for tbe im
provement of Lock wood's Folly River.
It was referred to tho Committeo on
Hirers and Harbor.
The King ot Denmark is truly a pa
ternal monarch. Finding that during
tbe recent severe weather tbe royal foot
guards were su Coring greatly from
co'ds and cough, this good old gentles
man ordered a supply of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup for them and now the
sentries are happy.
Dr. L. II. Waibington says that
wfeen pneumonia attacks tho steady.
vuare drinkar. era" w ho carries regu
UrW bU pint to a quart of whiskey
daily, iho treatmont cotn4 exclusively
under iho domain of tho undertaker. a
tb firvt enne ot recorery h yet to bo
Th? l'y:hokirkal Journal k;vc- tho
tncree of tbe number of insane par
on in the United States at. Iron! 1550
m 14.132; ISCOtn IS70. 13.300; 1570
t lSo. 5l.5d5. The whole uumbcrof
oar insane Is given at (i.U97; Idiots. 70,
More than o iq half are not under
Ser.cr Don Jean dc Valera. the ucw
Spaniih minister, who arrived ia this
country hit week, it of medium height,
with cray ba!r acd taustacho, aud Bp
psrecUy orer fir.y. Ho entered tbe
d.'plcs'atio serricc of bis country when
b2t fifteen years old. and ha i remained
in it continuously since thn.
The steamship Ilegulator, Captain
Doane. from New Vork. arrived this
morning in tow ot the tcam yacht
Passport, tho former vessel -having met
with some accident to her machinery
on the passage. Sho.had on board a
now propeller for the steamship Bene
Ifvclor. to replace that which was broken
on her last irip up the river.
From IIol Land.
A gentleman doing business in this
city received a friendly letter this morn
ing from Rev. Henry R. Colemau. o
Kentucky, who is now traveling in tbe
Holly Land, which contained a card of
nicely pressed flowers which were
gathered on tbc Mount of Olives. It
will be highly prized byj the recipient
nor only ou .account ot friendship for
the distinguished clergyman who eeut it,
but on account of tho tenderly t acred
associations connected with tbe historic
place where tho flowers were culled.
into which blankets and food should io
pUced, where the escapad - prisoner
could hide- and rest in perfect 6afrt.
Tf lis plan was adopted and arly ia the
night the fugitive beard voices, and in
a few moments two or three men came
and sat down on iho very log in which
bo was concealed. While there the men
discussed the matter of searching tbo
house that night, but finally coucluded
to wait until the next night as it was
thought that then tho fugitive would be
more certain to be there. They then
left and the fugitive, being possessed of
their plans, after wailing until all was
still, crept out of tbc log and, going to
the bouse, informed his friend of .what
he bad heard. The latter then advised
him to go at once to Rocky
Point. . and gave him the
proper directions how to feet there.
The fugitive started off. but by some
mishap he lost bis way and when day
was breaking he found himself In the
suburbs ot Wilmington. He then took
tbe railroad track which he followed
to near Castle Hayne, when he took to
tbe woods and remained In hiding until
darkness should come, fearing that
parties might bo watching for him at
tbe bridge orer tho Northeast river. A
short time after dark be started again
and when within a few rods of the
bridge ho passed two men. one of whom
be heard remark, just as he entered the
bridge, "I'll bet that's one of them fel
low, now!" The fugitive quickened
his steps a little and had gotten . about
two-thirds of the way across when a
match was lighted by those whom be
bad just parsed and one of them blew a
thistle, and looking, forward ho saw
two other men enter the bridge and
come toward him from the Fender side
Hero he was In a trap, but he dodged
quickly to one side and concealed him
self as much as possible by the side of
a largo po3t and the men passed him,
looking neither to the right nor left, so
sure wcro they of his capture. After
the men had passed him a lew spaces
he quickly slipped from bis hiding place
and with light and rapid steps was soon
on the Tender side of the bridge and in
a short timo among friends and free
from present danger ofcapturc.
Druakards la Germany will for the
rtnrcbe turn!? looked after by tbo
Slate. Each town must keep a record
tdai; the bird drinkers, and the oity
taedl'al mea are bound to report -thoe a
who habitually Imbibe to excess, so
Oat the authorities may subject them
t- a strict course of treatment.
Tbe Emperor ot Japan has conferred
upa Gea. Horace Caproa ot Wash
iaitoo. D. C tbc Scoa,d Order cf tbe
Rising bua. as a mark of bis apprecia
tion ot the valuable services rendered
by the Uitcr to Japan, especially la tbe
development of tbo rcjouroe:aof tbe
Island of Ycso, tbo most nortbern bf
the Japanese group.
Cremation U gaining ground In Ger-
uaay, there being a steady increase In
tit camber of bodies brought for hls
purpose to Gotba. which contains tbe
sole titabilshniiat lu tbo Empire. It
under tbe control of tbo clt v authori
ties, and the cremations up to the end
MK weraSI.T'2.. 17 fa IS70. 16 In
IS- 33 la 1581 and 19 up to September.
FleelDff before Cold Winter's
TU hotel keepers ot New Orleans, in
SSS?181' bm ia all the
fading Southern cities, are prepared
inTahds and health leakers. Those
JJSL ,Uie ,5??nJ ,4ni bonld
"member that on b. !2th. exactly
iwo weeks anticipatory or ahe gay
iJSE? llZnihlZ Drawing -or The
Louisiana State Lottery will take place,
oi, I a., will tell you on application.
'or Pure White Lead & IVinta, and
t.rgust stock of Window Glass and
learnt prices for good articles be sor
to o to Jacobrs Hardware Depot, f
TUeTour of Inspection. j
The parly who accompanied the
Secretary ol War. Hon. Robert T.
Lincoln, down the river yesterday on
tbo government steamer Woodbury,
consisted of Gen. .Wright, Chief of
Engioeors. Gen. Park, assistant iu
charge of River and Harbor Improve
ments. Col. Craigmll. engineer in
char go of the works on the lower Cape
Fear and harbor. Capt. Honry Bacon.
Assistant Engineer. Hon. A. H. Van
Bokkekn. President of tbe Chamber of
Commerce, Capt. E. J. Pennypacker.
Collector of Customs., Mr. George
Harris. Chairman of tbe Committee on
River and Harbor Improvements. Mr.
James H. Chadbourn, Chairman of the
Commissioners of Navigation and
Pilotage. Hon A. M. Waddell.) Sheriff
Manning. Mr. Donald McRae. Mr. G.
Z. French and Major Bo lies. '
A thorough inspection of tbe works
acd Improvements upon the river was
made, and the .visiting officii'! ex
pressed themselves as much gratified at
the successful results which had been
obtained, and were well eatlsfied that
there was a good prospect ol making
the channel of sufficient depth to per
mit vessels of large tonnage to come up
to tbe city withou; delay.
In the case of Mildred 1 Oldham, adf
ministratrix of Carney Oldham, vs.
Wilmington and W'eldoo Railroad, a
nan suit was entered. I
The case of Rebecca Ana Hobbe
E. Uobbs and A. J. Deal als w
John E. Wood. K. T. Wood and So-
phla M. Blossoniuf ah wa then taken
up and the trial was in progress when
our report closed. Messrs. Russell &
Rlcaud for plaintiffs, and D. J. Derane
acd II. Bellamy for defiodantj.
j A thronged house is ia waiting for
before a Wilmington audience touigbt
in her catrauciug interpretation of
Shakespeare Viola, in "Twelfth
Night.1' In an extended and elaborate
criticism the New Orlerns Times Dan
ocrat says of Modicska's Viola :
For the last performance oi Mme.
Modjeska "Tweiah Night'' was given,
and tho Grand Opera House was crowd
ed to overflowing with thoa? who were
anxious io pay their tribute to this conv
anmmate artist. It was an audience
that entered bally i Into the spirit of
Twelfth Night." and tbe consequence
was a performance delicious i to the
spectators as it was pleasant to tbe
Bunch of Keys.
Iu speaking of this play, which is to
be presented at the - Opera Houso tor
morrow night, tbe Buffalo Krprus says i
Everybody votes the play one of the
funniest over brought out here. How
so much that is ludicrous can be crowd
ed into a two hours' performance is the
wnndp.r of sDocLators. From the mo
ment the players are well introduced
until tbo enrtaiu falls for the laat time
there U one roar of laugher and round
of applause. Very little time is taken
for shifting scenery in the three acta,
and there is no time thrown away in
leading up to tha climax. It Is touch
and go. after tha manner of fireworks,
from, first to last. Few plays of tbe
sort are as pleasing throughout.
Lambertoo bouse :wiilj)0;ip charge o
Mr. White and comiJjefjd. bofctVof
these gentlemeu to the :kirid crfSeea1 of
our friends in Lumbertori. The Robc
o;ait says, in speaking of them ; ' ;
We are v pleased to ."welcome "to our
town. Meia-ro.'E.i.G. Blair and A. E.
While, both young meu of iudustry
and push. Mr. Blair has.for somo timo
been doing" business in' Wilmington as
broker and commission merchant. while
Mr. -White-has been for two years with
Mr. Johu C Heyer.of the sams city
These young 'gentlemen ;wi!l hereafter
carry ou a grocery and commission
business in the Rowland store, near tbe
publioscales. under tho firm name of
Blair & White. Their advertisement
will appear next week. Air. White will j
have charge of the business, and can be
found at his store from this on
Tho opening paper in the Magazine of
American History for February, by
George Cary Eggleston, is a most! effec
tive piece of word-painting, the subject
being "Our First Ten Presidents'7 ; Dr.
CyrusThoma? follows with a readable
essay on the "Houses of the i Mound
Builder." Rev. Charles H. Parkhurst,
D. D. contributes -'Tribute to Qeorge
W. Lane," late president of the New
York : Chamber f of Commerce. .. Pro.
feasor Edward E. Salisbury contributes
the first of a series of three essays entl
tied, "The Griswold Family of Con
necticut," a combination of history, bio
grapby and genealogy, which "will be
welcomed by all cultivated readers.
Tho Private Intelligence Papers (Chap
ter V.) of Sir Henry Clinton, under tbe
editorship ot Ldward F DeLancv.
bristle with interest thts month ; Minor
Topics contains a letter from Lvon
Gardiner Tyler ; of Richmond. Va.,
jcerning President Tyler's relation
to the Oregon (Question ; also, a desenp
ion of "Some of the Cavalry Fights of
the Comancbes." This number of the
Magazine is strong in all Its important
features. Publication office, 30 Lafay
ette Place. New York City.
! torn to plcate our patrcas bne leea aprre
ciitcj by them, beta s s U quUtr; and ! price
paid. ' '
.We taall be easblei ttJs wetlt to effet JJt
a ysri-iy of J-KTV AXU JiXaiJl.BtE ASVI.
A W a
coroacDjy competent), aod
iy Dtcnarei to fuiriih viz
NG. BKA-CKETf. MOULDlVf
r in wnot .
O PER A HO US El
EXTRA 1 EXTRA 1
Oaa-tgtt Oaly I Woneaaay. Janasry SCth
rarcTrel! Araerioaa Tcur l j : ,
Erg?83jeat cf tha Eminent Pouah Aeiret.
CLTES. to whfc)x yoaf attention l re,rectfuUy 'troaSffr BarrTXi as-l'a
Oa vbicU cccallon vrVl ta rsniM V.fc.'"
. All parcbaseft rroaiptlr !eliTcre4 'free f
JA.S. B UUGGXX3 & CO.
IIAUDWICKInthU city, on the 23th Inst ,
WILLIAM II. HARD WICK, a natlvo of ew
Castle, England, la tbe 64th year of his ageJ
Th funeral wui take place from his late
residence on Front, between Dawson and
Wooster streets, on Jfrlday next, Feb. 1st, at
3 30 o'clock, thence to Oakdale CcmetcryJ
frienda and acquaintances of tha family ard
rcspeotf ally Invited to attend.
LEGWIN--Of pneumonia, on the 2Sth Inst J
Mrs. MAItTHA LEG WIN, aged 40 years.
The funeral will lake place at her late reaff
dence on Castle, between Sixth and Seventh
streets, at 9 o'clock: . m . to-morrow. (Thurs
day) thence to Bcllevuo Cemetery. ,
Horses arid RJules
rnw'O CAR LOADS OF IIOR3K3 AND I.
MULES just received, and for bale at. prices
to suit all. .Come and sec them.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. always ln
readloers for the use of tho public.
TWO FIXE HEARSES, with NICE HOESES,
i i . - 1
O. R. HOLLIXGSWORTH,
, Livery and Sale Stable?,
jan30 Cor. 4th and llulbrrr sts
Twelfth Wight I
Seats now on sale at DyerV . - V
PtlKoserred tl.50. $!. General Admit
sion.tl.Sc. GaUery.i'Sc 1 Jan!
5 and 10 cents Cigars,
TT A VAN A FILLERS.
L Best in the clt v. are on sale.
Drugs and . Medicinal preparations of the
mgaeat graae at !
JXO. T. SCno5WALPS,
jan 11 Dny and Precript'on 8tore
i1' : -
O PERA HOUSE!
One Night Only 'ir,KS8f&
I Th latest n. Y. FnccfSF, . )
A BUNCH OF KEYS; OR, THE HOTEL,
By Cbas. m Hoyt and WllUe Kdoula. Wlth a
record of over NK HUNOKED ONECU.
TI v e iUil CS kt tho 8an Frnclsc -ptra
Houeo. N. . Intiodjclrt(ctbunarnroch
I able character comedienne MM FLORA
MOOKK, eupjorted by a UrtET CAoT.
The celebrated Grard view Hotel wet car-'
rli In Its cniircty. Original VusU; glersnt
coBtuinlDfr. talv opens Tr.efday, Jan 9. at
Dytr's ifescrred $1. a dmistlon J 5. W.tt
cents- Jsngg- 1
SINCE THE SAD DEATH OF MT DEAR
Brother snd Business Partner, Willie J.
Gordon, on the. Jth in.t th .hz-kin. .i...n.
Yellow, White and 1 Bed I SS5?ftS58Raira .
j user m ik SiliTM, of this city, who has
hd several years' experience in tha Insurance
Business, and who needs m Introduction to
this communltv Under tha Urmmtn., r.t
' Chemicals, Patent Medicines and Fancy I tlnue to transact the business of Insurance la
Articles. Prescriptions filled at any lime, rail Its branches, at the same efflee hentAfnnt
dav and night, at
F. C. MILIR'S Drug Store,
dec 23 324 South Fourth. Corner Nonet
Apples! Apples I Apples I
fS CONSIGNMENT AND MUST BE SOLD.
N. Y. Baldwin Apples, Ohio Rod Apples, N.
Y. Creamery Butt .r, N. C. Roll Butter, Ohio
Butter, Va. Meal, car load or. small order so-
ucnea. , - . !
- 1 j K. G. BLAIE,
Commission Merchant, 19 N. Second St.
occupied by John W. Gordon Jt Brrt. Vn ill
North Water Street. i . , -
I bear to eXDrcss to onrnstrnim mv tinMr
thanks for their patronage so liberally bestow
ed for a nnmber ot years past upon my broth
er and self, and to promise that! the firm of
John W. Gordon A Smith wlU strive In every
way to merit a continuance of tbe same.
Respectfully; i i : '
JNO. W. GORDON.
JOHN W. QOttDON & SSltTn.
.ENERAL INSURANCE AGENTsl ' J I ' i ';'
Office No. Ill North Water St.. , t
i,', ; Wllmlnston,N.C.
Pledging our best efforts to protect the in. ,
J)BESSED POULTRY. DUPLIN COUNTY alffioS
Bqwimiij bough tne patronage or tne pnuue
jn iw U. w. VUILLHJX A SMITH.'
SAUSAGE AND LIVER PUDDING, N. C.
siaes ana a lull stock of Choice Family Gro
ceries. Prices reasonable. Respectfully, T
I . A 'W 'RIVEN BARK . '
The Live Grocer and Produce Com. Mer
chant 114 North Water St., Wilmington. N.C. I
Always Appreciated !
Cider ! Cider ! Cider !
-pURE APPLE CIDKR.
JUST FROM THE PRESS I
Cull and leave your orders and jugs'at
' K. MCDOUGALL'S,
No. li Cbeetnat St, hot- Front and Water '
!an "2 Wilmington. N. C.
, John C, Davis.
ATTORNEY AND '
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
j WlLjriKOTOS, N.
uaice orer too ua.HK or rsew nan orer.
Practices In all tho Courts of the State.
ear Special attention paid tj tbo collecUon
or claim. nnv?tf
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED - I
400 TO 500 TONS
OF THIS INVALUABLE FERTILIZE!!,
! - i i ..hi.
which has never failed, and will 1 bavo It for.
sale throughout the season; as al
ED BONE PHOSPHATE
At Last Year's Prices., 1
jaa ?4 2mdJbw ALEX. RPRUNt A SON.
I- i '; f
Tblrty-Nise Crcts for a Sercoty -Three Cents
Seraatr Three Cents forsYlaety Eight Cents
JECEIVED TODAY IIFFEBENT Mvles
of the celebrated f
Pure Whiskey L
ALD NOETH STATE 5 A IO ON, 6 South
Front St., keeps on hand Clemmer's Pare Rf t
Whiskey, (no flavored stuff) Jlo Ms Whisker,
very fine. As good FIVE CENTS CIGARS
as the market affords. Finest OYSTERS
from New River. Don't want a fortune at
once. No headaches there. i Jsa 3S
Onion Sets. White'and Red.
Unas. Mi atien s rianos. A supply just receited.
square, Grand and Lprlght. J Also, a full assortment of
Elegant, rich, silvery tone, exquisite touch, J FRESH GARDEN SEED.
NLoety Eight Cents for a Dollar and Thirty
i Mne Cents CORSET.
Driven From Home
Boston. Mass. Col. Charles II.
Tajlor. af tbe 33 tb Massacbaseiu Kegt.
and who Is now publisher of tho Boston
Globe, oaeol tie most success. ul.. as
F. r 11 as one of tbe very best family
newspapers In America, voices thii:
Daring iba past law years, a loreizn
element bas made its appearance ia thli
section, which is drivioc irom oar
midst ooe of tbe oldest and best known
fimiliea one boasUnc of branches In
every State of tha Union. Tbe element
U St. Jaoobs Oil. and the family refer
red to Is tbejxxfo family ;
One Dollar and Thirty Nine Cent for a Dol
...lar aod Seresty-Three Cenu CORSET.
-Inches wide, 7 cenU per yard.
4 Inch wide, 63 cents per yard.
6 8. '
10 . ftj
large atoek to select from.
A LARG E STOCK OF CR a PES for Moors
tax Bonta. Velhog and'Uras Trimmings, at
BS'StARSlAB Y LOW PttU ES :
B1BBU5IS I RIBBONS t RIBBON8 ! ia every
Bhvi and Widtn, will be told at THX1I
- - . at -y : ' .
V 118 Marfcet St. ,
Iuk wrmnoTos, c
superb finish, finest qnsllty. Call to eee tbeea
beautiful Instrnments at i
jsn 19 Live Book and Muslo Store
npn WEES WE HAVE PLACED to stock
New and Stylish PARLOR SUITS, LADIES'
i 1 1 .
DESKS AND SECRETARIES, Wardrobes.
Jardinere Stands (in Walnut an-i Ebony.
500 COMMON BEDSTEADS.'
1 . j
MATTRESSES 'all kind aod a superb as
sortment of WINDOW SHAPES. Give us a
call; we can suit yon.
THOMAS C. CRAFT. Asent
jan2S 0o. Front t
PATENT MEDICINES, I T . 1 ; ,L
! FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
CIGARS la great vlrlety, Ac , c.
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Ntw Drug Store. ;
Market and Pxm4 trt.
A rjerciful TJan
S MERCIFUL TO EN BEAST. THIS IS
a rentie unt to owners or "unbiaokated"
bor. Tb place to bay lay price Blanket
you want, together wiih Lap-robes 1 arrUges,
raddles, ilarnecs. Trunks, Satchels, Bags,
! Uc DOUG ALL A UOWPKSV,
Jan 18 SfK 114 Vrth rWii fit
JJNOER NEW UANAGEMENT. j
U WILMINGTON. 9. C
IB. PERRY, Proprietor. "
Late Proprietor Atlantic Hotel. rtnt-Claas
taaUtta appotaUaaatsw Tarssa fS. i u aajbOji
Steam Yacht Lonise, j
pAeSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMXb'
tor BmlLhvillo daily. ' Kates low and aeeom.
modatlons fine. The LOUISE la a mw boC
and is guaranteed saf. - WL'l leave Smlthvll'e
8 A. M 1 Leave Wilmingtan 180 o'clock P. If,
Wharf foot of Dock Street.
, , I WM. WEEKS,
jan 19 Agent and owner.
W. & E. S. LATIMER,
pfflee-S. E. Cor. Princess And Water 84. i
Jaa 7-Im . , ,
SELLING OUT I
1 o . I I
HATS & FEATHERS
AT II EDUCED PRICKS,
- MBS. KATE C. WINES.
n 111 M MvwMt Ainit. nxt Post OQ
jaa i .
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