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W ILMINGTON. N, C, THURSDAY; JANUAEY 31 1 1884.
pueXsb kotxcz. L
W will be clad to rccclro cocmIca Uoo
from war friends on any ud ail subject
! ceral interest bt 't ,: j. :. h . ..."
Tj name of the writer must tlwy be fo
nlthed to the Editor.-; - I
CommcnlcaUoas siut be wrttt3 on
one stde of the paper. " ! I ,
Personalities tan t to avoided, i
! And It Is especially aed partlcuUuly ca
stood that the Editor doc not always endoi
tfcc vlcwa of correspondents talea to'iutt
m taa editorial columns. . j
t a i , tt:
vnir :'lODSicurlloax. an enthuaia-t:c rrencu .
The case of Ucbecca Ana Ilobbs, T.
! luat c;iy, La been uurrtsonca lor a;
rir vnrrau j tnonm lor aiiacktog me p;cuiscitum 01
E. Hobbi and A. J. Deal ct. als rs.
Jolin. K. Wood. K. T. "Wood and
'Mi-raU';i,.-! to hir.om by W national vote tvblch abroad the I Sophia M. Blossom et als. which was
- " ! temporal power of the Pope. "Il wueo "Po
he F.ngtifli vorktc i the entire foienooa as consumed jiu
ion. especially when ! liatoning to the testimony. After this
I compulsory by law, hns . Iktcii much j had all ben board the Court at 1 o'-
nthor ' tucc'c pfOKcutiou of some I clock p.m.. took a recces until 3. p. m.
V ! por parent at Leicester, for refusion when the arguments in the case were
- .TTvH I"'11-ho J'V ThoHi-itike of t
lx xi x- . j, Conn . i r!ao to vart'inat
JACOWET EMBROIDERY !
, , ' r -T I - . ; , , ( )CK BOOK KEEl'En, MR. DAVIS,
A lot of these goods will bo placed oh our Job Counter and marked at io cents j is North on bu;-icess for us. mxV.as irr
ODDS AND ENDS In such goods as we propose :l&iw ont bargains may 1 K.1 in jur'i.i.
w r. v
f iV:c o;-iC
in Kn;:ir.d t niuca
uiucu anxjcij ;
poor parent at jeicejicr. nr reiusior wucn tuc arsumcois in toe case were j.
to take thir children to the doctor, commenced and were ki progress when j
They were imprisoned by tfic masis- four report closed. j
lra1- ' . i Last Nibt s Fire, .
A FEW WRAPS LEFT- At such prices j as will move them.
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BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS !
'aiVPj3v".' c ii fund.
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cordioi (o the anun.il inventory just about half past 11 o'clock, in the. itere
ile completed, contains 2.500.0OO vnlamef . of Mr. J. Stcrnbergcr. No. i I Market
D flUiU hini. Uil MlUl'l IU VlUlUl'kUi lUilliiHilVl.' 4IC jinc4. A nidi 11. ( iuui(-"V "
. Cc1'"rV(, 'jvi'i- k-;'.!-! to j vnc and 1 ...wo Frcuch and fir- j and the 6ro deparlment was quickly on
1j Thrt nrirt ihnw ml Vi v Ihrir nrnmnl rind rffir.ient
PUIM15 POUTO KICO MOLASSES I llUST
oatr to iho trade at rricc to tuit tho ttinj.
W c guarantee tuis Jlolassc rure. f
Two or three palternsof 'AS to 50 yards, good styles, special vricc to close, a i Jan 9 tf ,EDtard KTDDER'a,son.
as these patterns arc not in loom I and cannot be duplicated. ; 1 - L TT tr1
n, : ,:.:,.. . ! o anrt 10, cents Cicdrii;
Bebt !a the ritv. mri.u.
, r ntf and MiMklnsl worn Vtlo; ,? S
r- wool ami incn uramu uiotns.-very eneap.
j-e ! -:iCLa:!-cr:a:: and the Puke
, t wt'.l'iitru.! c- Mr. Tcnujon
rcttc! cicatatiuaj at F.phcius. iu
.r vce.U'C l ruJjhttoj:2ht some very
s;.x:xe5i of i-u:plurc and pottery.
tWharecaruutc lur Flos'.and.
I tew I---cj of Wcstminslcr,
f. iC erect lac richest men In Ea
r(pr.viic;ir;iel - dr of white
.4-s.irJ. cities :cvM.n yard.
. - -
ft eateries exhibition at Kcnsing
a jro-rrl b:'.n a -eial nd Cnan-
icrt. tii' -r?:c of receipts over
x;tsd:atttxci;stlnz to over four
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Jjx Vcrce hu ordereil the con
1 r.xi.:3 fcj ft firm at Xante, of a largo
&Z:iTiic in which he Intends to
siiscfcle ia the Antartic Sea. to
aJVc: aileriil for faturo romances.
cn coins of all bcriod. The print
collection mtmbcrii upward of 2.tlt(0
examples kept in ll.3o volumes and
1.000 pmtfoiios. A ?p-p'l gallery 1
reserved for the m3l cosily books,
which number some 80 000. s
LPGA 1 j NEWS.
IJIDli 10 NEW AOVERTISEMfHTS.
C W Tate School Books, Ac
It M McIstiue Jaconet oibroldcry
Mrxw Bios. DuUo?t:Tl-Onloa Set.-
Tt-4-iow Weed flames, a grandson of
Ia.rt.ar Weed, li prepasm a volume
cesoi'rs of his grandfather. It will
hitherto unpublished letters
ixriCy. U'cb!er, Lincoln. Seward
The receipts ofcotlon at this port to
day fool up 172 bale j
Without question Si. Jacobs Oil is
the great pain-cure o! the age.
The Fioia Moore , Bunch ol Keys"
Troupe arrired here this morning and
registered at tho rurceli House
We are sorry to lean tiiat "Mr. and
ritrs. IJerry Qleaves. contemplate ro
turning to England, and' with the in
lenlion of remaining thero perma
We have had thren days of masnifi
cent weather, and we hope it may con
tinuo longenough to mako up for: the
tons spell of bad, cold weather with
which we have recently been afflicted. .
Tin has been discovered at King's
rYt...'er.t Arthur says ot his Lealtb: Mountain, in Cvplnd rnnntv. find
"I i!n not even indisposed. Do I look
iit vck man? I teel less like one. I
U:ev!a:a Ikto in better health. I
v.r.ut iniazir.e where or how the cr.
:j:r; rnmor co'.;M have bad its ori
- . -Mr.
iluotictlon. the mso v( railway
:r.'.f rpriscs ao4 oihcr LinJs -f business
sdcieribjd by a correspondent as a
Urzc r.nh.cr bard-facetl man. weighing
li rounds, perhaps six feet hlh. of a
tivC wiihou: yri.'.c ia h and without
V-tta Victoria's book is announced
;U.e !2;hcf uexl moith, much to
icU;r;acfl.cr son and daughters.
McrcaJ tLc universal laughter at the
iLKuoacf tho JoLn Brown craze."
l .ocdoa corrcipuadent telegraphi.
I" lrz:i rauiiing husice ol this
2t ii aid to have derived itsiucen-
3l:c3 viii: to Pompeii by a party
Ctelssatiaas, who were there many
Jfmra w-cn the cjtca vitioas were iust
JVJ la tho paatry of a bouse were
V-t WlJ ciVriftl aril f.uir A I... C U
: - w .wuww J J4V3U
i iocd. The hiat was taken, and the
-3carcaaaiag was introduce-! into
I t.:cj States.
the State Chemist will make a careful
investigation of the matte-. It is the
ffr3l discovery of tin in North America.
Several scutlemcn were seriously
poisoned from eating hegs head cheese
at Uockingham a few days ago. The
vinegar which was eaten on the cheese
had undergone some chemical change,
hcuce the poisoning. By proper medi
cal restoratives thev were soon relieved.
Dost thou love life?! Then do not
squander valuable time. for that is the
stuff life is madcof-but procure at once
i bottle ol Dr. Bull- Cough Syrup for
your cough and be cured. . Your drug
gist keeps it. I
Kzt st.tue ol" Geu Eobeit E.
-:ch is to adorn the pc of the
From llciusbergcr's "Live Book and
Music Store'' wc have received a copy
of -Orpheus Walt-" tor the piano
forte, by Ida Ilcndrix. It is a One
composition, with some I very odd but
pleasant harmouies, and it will prove a
c;ood study in fingering. t
City Court. '
. Albert (Jreen, colored, charged with
disorderly conduct, whose ca?e was
continued from tho i):h iust-, was
brought belore the Mayor this morning
and the case dismissed. )
Virginia Brown, (colored, for disor
derly conduct, was fined $5 in default
of which she was .ent'bclow.
hand and by their prompt and efficient
action extinguished the flames before
they had gained much headway, the
greatest jimonnt of damage bavinc; been
caused by the water with which the
premises were tloodcd. It is not known
how tho lire originated. Mr. Stern
berger left tho store at about 11 o'ciock,
at which time thero were no indications
that there was anything wrong-
Mr. W. W. Allen, who has been
agent ot the Southern Express Compa
ny in this city tor several years past,
has been appointed Route Superintend
ent with headquarters at Columbia, S.
C. Ho will be succeeded here by Mr.
E. A. Brown, a Wilmington boy, who
for the past 13 years has been agent ol
the company at Columbia. Mr. Allen,
while here, ha3 made many friends who
will be sorry to part with him ) Mr.
Brown is expected to arrive in the city
to night and will at once enter upon the
the discharge of his dutle3. When he
arrives the entire family of brothers
and sisters will meet together for the
first time in 25 years.
Hotel Brunswick. v
We had the pleasure of,a call" to-day
from Mr. J. D. Sublett, of New York,
who is to take charge ot the "Hotel
Brunswick, at Smithville. and arrived
in the city yesterday en route for that
place and for that purpose. Mr. Sublett
has had many years experience in hotel
life, having been connected with the
Metropolitan Grand Union and New
York Hotels, of New York city, be
sides others in different localities nd is
therefore entirely competent to cater to
tho wants of the traveling public. Ex
tensive alterations aro Ibeiog made in
the accommodations of Hotel Bruns
wick, and it is proposed to so arrange
matters as to have it kept open, during
the entire year. Froiu a short convcr- !
sation with him, wo were con vioced that!
he would make tho house a permanent ;
success. He left for Smithville thi3 after
noon on a tour ol inspection, whence he
will return to New York to make such
further arrangements as he may deem
ueces?ary for the comfiprt and conven
ience of his guests.
jan 31, 1S1 :!
Exports Foreltrn 1 -
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'Ger. barque s Louise AVicETards,
Ehmcke. cleared to-day lor Stettin
with 3.250 barrels ot rosin. ValuecT:atUwrt t?ccn,aPprc-
$4,600, shipped by Messrs. E Pcschau ! elated by them, both as to quality and price
& Wcstermann, Schr. Irene E. Mescrvey,
Meservey. cleared for St. .John's N- B..
with 202J66 feet of lumber, valued at
$3.17.20. shipped by Messrs. J. II.
Chadbourn & Co., making the total.exv
oorts foreign for the day amount to
A Now Lodge
Grand Master Robert Bingham, of
the North Carolina Graud Lodge,; F. &
A. M.. has granted a dispensation for
the formation ot a new lodge of the
order, to called . the 1 Orient, with the
following as the officers: ( - -
W M W R Kenan.
S W W L DeRosset.
J W-W W Allen.
Treasurer II G Smallbones.
Secretary J C Munds. j
S D W A Williams. I
J D Walter Smallbones.
And W II Chadbourn J C Chase
George Chadbourn, Sanuel Northrop
and John D Tavlor.
'According to Masonic law, a Masonic
lodge working under a dispensation
cannot take members from other lodges,
bntonust depend upon its increase , of
membership by initiation and conferring
degrees, which this new lodge expects
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i To lie CorrnotPfl:
ncZ iace h"? The colored boy who was arrested
'r ir J r t ew 0i eia5' b9 uil- uoarLumberton afew wetks ago. by
rJrK.C.I. Ch. E. Mr.N.Gilhcan.for rocking the Vain"
-:eCT;a ",c? ihc SnS bid a hearing in the Superior Court of
W?- officer of Robeson county yesterday, p j account
'-r .TCu Ilhcrn Vlr" oflhoextrtoe.outh"f the rascal he
trt.- inrxuttoo to was turned over to tho tender mercies
TUttreaJaw? occasion.- 0f his tuoiher. who walked him out of
Interesting to Fishermen : The cele
brated "Fish" Brand Gilling thread is
sold only at Jacobis. He is tho Im
porter's Agent. t
Hoa. Will Cum back lectured at 'Ral
eigh on Tuesday evening-, the 29th inst
to a largo j and admiring audience.
While in Raleigh he met Judge Reade,
with whom he was in Congress in 1855,
and w-hom he had not since seen, j
Silver Plated Spoous. Forks and
Kbives of best quality, and at manu-1
facturer's prices, can be found at Ja
COBi's Hardware Depot. ,f
VITK I'EKll CONFIDENT THAT OUR KF-
We Phall be ' casblcd tbis wee- to offer qnlte
a variety of NUW AND DESIUABLE ABTI
CLES, to which your attcntlon li respectfully
All pui-chascs promptly delivered free of
charge. 1 JAS. IJ. 1IUGGINS & CO.
jan 30 I . .- - I ,
Horses and Rfiules
TWO CAR .LOADS OF HORSES AN1
MCTL.ES juat received, and for jsale at prices
to suit all. Como and see them. t
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Ac, always In
readinees for the use of the public.
TWO FINE ITEARSES.wIth NICE HORSES
O. R. ROl!.LlNUSWORTIf
Livery and Sale Stables,
jan 2o Cor. 4th and Mulberry sta
highest grade at
TSO T. feCHOMVALLS, '
Dritgapd Prefrlptf on Store
Yellow; White aijd Eed
1 Onipn Setsl f
-w vuswjviiij. m. nicm leucines ica .i--rv
Articles. rresCilptiona filled
d,ty and ntht. at
r. C. MILLER'S Drug Store,
S24 South Fourth. Corctr Nun 1
QLD NOTH STA1 1; SALOON, uj South
Front St , keep? on U;in'l Clcmraer's Puro Rto
Whiskey, (uo flavored stuff) I'lc M WbUker,
very tine.. As goot CENTS CIOAitts
as the market aff.mb Finest OY-MER
from New River. JOon't vax.t a fortiino at
odc. :so ueauicnc tlicro.i
1 .-. - -i
T) ECEIVED TO-DAY DIFFERENT Styles
of the celebrated
Ohas. M. StieffsPianos.
Square, Grand an d Upright. -.
Elegant, rich, silvery onc, exquisite touch,
superb fiulsh, finest quality. Call to ecc theee
beautiful lustrnmcnts at
jan 28 Live Book and Music Store
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE Oli TIIeI
X Superior Court of New Hanover County in
tween John E. St. George,- A
anders, deceased, and Annie M?
pierces by the terrible accident
4 c2 Mor.dsy ot last wWfc when
'lU.Mi th, neighboring
Tlr. In attemotln t .;
ticked th m.
-Lr;nL --4Mui several
-Miatbeccest ad w? 1?
s.tndh7, C- " Plclce1 P
the Court House saying. "Yqs. Mass
Jcdge.Tll lam him; ye I'll lam hira:,
Inlelligence was received here last
night that our townsman. Mr. Eugene
Wiggins, brother of Mr. A. O Wirgins
and ton ia law of Hon. jA. H. Van
DokLclen. had met wi:h a very serious
accident, while blasting stumps, near
lcxington. S. C. No particulars hare
been received uri to the present writing,
bet his-anxioas wife left hero this morn
ing ou tho first train to, hasten to tho
bedside of her suffering husband, where
.the, of all others, coald be the best
nurse and solace. From the nature of
the informaton it' was feared that Mr.
Wiggins injuries might prove very se
rious, but we hope and trust that the
report was the exaggeration ot a first,
alarm, and that in a few days we may
hear that he is convalescent and ontof
Twelttli Nisrlit. .
Tho Opera House was crowded . last
night almost to its utmost capacity to
witness the rendition of this Shakes
perean Comedy by Madame Modjeska
and her company. The audience was
not only large, but it was appreciative;
drawn thither by the fame which had
preceded the advent of the distinguish-
j ed and titled actress.
Modjeska. as Viola, interpreted the
part charming. y and in the more Im
passioned scencs'shc spoke her- lines
superbly and with a grace ot action and
depfh of feeling perfectly enchautiri:
In the lighter lines she appeared to Jess
advantage,' showing in our inind tha
tho" piece was not in all respects
suited to her great dramatic
geuius. Mr. M.urico Barryuiore. as
Orsino, was good, bat at times his
effort seemed to be too mechanical. It
is not a part which calls forth the great
est qualities of au actor. Mr. Clem
ents, as Malvolio, rendered bis rather
difficult , part very finely. Mr. Owen,
as Sir Toby Belch, wss superb, and,
acted tho part to perfection, , and bnt
little inferior to him was Mr. Robert
son as Sir Andrew 'Jjucchcek. Mr.
Dawson, as Sebastian, was also excel
lent, while Mr. Mc Manns, as Aniooio,
Was at times too mechanical in tho
rendition of his lines. Miss Drew, as
Olivia, and MUs Shaw, as Maria, were
both remarkably good. As a whole,
howercr, the jUsy went off remarkably
well and 1 the rich . and wonderful
thoughts of the great dramatist wer
1 Always Appreciated !
Thirty -Nine Celts for a Seven ty.Tl.ree Cents
l'tttewayi et al., being a proceeding for the
kiIc of real estate to make assets, ihe under
fcitr&cd, Commissioner appointed by said de
cree, will sell at public auction for 'ash, to
the hUUest bidder at the Court House door in
Wilmington, N..C, on -Monday, thotth day of
February, tho following several tracts of
land belong'ngto tho estate iof 6ftld David S.
Sanders. I'lrst tract Containing about 153
acres of Juniper Swamp Land adjoining the
Rocky Run Plantation near Ca;t!c JJayue in
New Hanover county, second tract tying
and being in Pender county, near Tbpaall
Sound, betwe'en said Sound an 1 the Atlantic
Ocean, and constituting tho etTip of! land that
separates the Soundj from the Ocean. Third
tract Containing SIO acres of woodland and
being a part of the land -comprising the eaid
Rocky Run Plantation near Castle ll&ync and
lving on the east side of1 the Holly Shelter or
Duplla Road and between said road and the-
WiImi2ton Weldon R. R.
iawlw th , Commissioner.
Seventy Three Cents for a Muetv Eight Cents
Apples! Apples p Apples 1
QN CONSIGNMENT ANDMUSTBBSOLD.
N T. Baldwin Apples, o'hlo Red Apples. K.
Y. Creamery Butt , N. J. RoU Butter, Ohio
Butter, Va. Meal, car load or Small order so
licited. i E G. BLAIR.
Commission Merchant, 19 N PeconoSt.
dec 31 . .-
JQRESSED POULTRY, DUPLtJ COUNTY
SAUSAGE AND LIVER PUDDING, N't C.
Sides and a fuU stock of Choice Family Gro
ceries. lric3 reasonable. RcspectfuLly,
, A. W. BlVENBAUE,
The Lire Grocer and Produce Com. lAfer
chant lHNorth Water St., WUmlngtonJ N.C.
fnn 11. I
Cider! Cider I Cider!
jpURE APPLE CIDliR, j (
JUST FROM THE PRESS J
Call and lea re your orders andjugs'at
Vrt 11 7T n jf Cf lr 13wv.i .! tlf- ..
v - - v- tQbiiu wb n a' 1VUI CU1U f t abrr
ian Wilmington, N. C.
MoetyElbt CenU for a Dollar and (Thirty
, MoeCcntu CORSET.
For Pure White Lead & Paints, and
biggest stock of Window Glass and
lowea t prices for good articles be sur
to go to Jtoobl's Hardware Depot, f
One Doil-r and Thirty Nine Cents for a Dol
lar and Sercnty-Thrco Cnts CORSKT.
HAMBURG EM BROIDERY,
.inches wide, 7 centg ijeryard.
S " 15 " "
& " 31
8 - " S3
til.T 43 1
9 F Si
4 Inches wide. 63 cent per yard.
larsre stock to select from.
A LARGE STOCK OP CRAPES for Mourn
in Bon ta. Veiling and Dres Trimmln.s, at
B-MAEKABi.Y LOW PitltES.
RIBBONS! RIBBONS! RIBBONS ! in every
Shade nd Wldtn, will be sold at TKBUEis
AT , i '
Jins WEEK WE HAVE PLACED in stock
New and Stylish PARLOR SUITS, LADIES
T ' '
DESKS AND SECRETARIES, 'Wardrobes,
Jrdinere Stand (in Walnut and Ebony).
300 COMMON BEDSTEADS.
MATTRESSES all kinds and a uperb as
sortment of WINDOW SHADES. Give us a
call; wo can cult yoa. ' '
THOMAS C CRAFT. Affcnt
?0So. Front et
A Merciful Man
JS MERCIFUL TO HIS BEAST. THIS IS
a gentle Lint to .owners of "ucbUntete'l,
borecs. The place to bny any price Blanket
you want, together wltn Lap-robes. Caninges,
saddles, Hamees, Trunks, Satchels, Bags.
tc. Ut ., , -
No. 114 Nortb Front St
118 Market St.
jaaSO . WIL-IINGTON, K. C
LlTfE HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
f u of English and Belgium Breech Loadei a
ever broagnt to cnu ma r-ct. aim i nnv
c ass stock of Shells, Warding, Prtmers.Cart
rldgo Bags. Gun Caps, Gamo Bags, Ac. Jo
fact we can show a stock of Hardware. Gocd
goods and guarantee prices.
W. E. SPRINGER & CO.,
Sucoetsors to John Dawson. Co
Jan -8 W.il and 23 Market Paect
. P0ELL HOUSE.
-rjjwxni KSvr iaagement, J
' WII-IIKGTOl, K. C
B. L. PERRY. Proprlevar.
Lta Proprtetor Atlantic Hobcx. FtrsCL-u
to all Its appcUtmesu. Terms 12. 1 1 u a
John C, Davis,)
iNKY AND I I.
COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Office over the Bank of New Hanover.,
Practices in all the Courts of the State,
4ar Special attention rald t tha collection
of rial m. i nnv2ttf
SINCE THE SAD DEATH OF MY DEAR
Brother and Business Partner. WlllJo J.
Gordon, on the 8th Inst., th shocking details
of which aro known to most of our patrons, 1
have associated in business with myself. Mr.
JOSEPH 1. SMITH, of this City, who has
lud 9 everal years'cxDCrtenco in llio Insurance
Business, and who needs n lntrndnninn t
this coramunitv. I Under tho ilrm
JOHN W. GORDON & SMITH wc will con
tinue 10 transact tue business of Insurance la
all its branches, at tho tamo Ofiico heretofore
occupied by John W. Gordon & Bro.', No. Ill
North Water Street. - j
I beg to express to our patrons my sincere
thanks for their nati'on:rtMnlth(r.iii. hoin.
ed for a Bnmbcr ot vcara rat nnnn mv hmth.
er and self, and to pronilse that tho Arm, of
John W. Gordon & Smith will strive In every
JNO. W. (JORDON.
JOHN W. GORDON & S3IITII.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
FI8E. LIFE AND MARfVK
Oulcjo No. Ill North Water St.. ,
,.' .1 Wllaiincton, N.jC.
Pledging our best efforts, to nroter.t the In.
tcreat of our cutoea. and rimml-lntr utrirt
attention to all business entrustcJ to us, we
respectfully solicit the patronage of thepnblic.
jan 231w JNO. W. GORDON A SMITH.
Onjon( Sets, White and Red.
FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED.
Also, a oU aormeiit of '. I j( '
FRESH GARDEN SEED, , ''i.
PATENT MEDICINES, 1
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
CIGAR 3 in sreat vartity. -f i Ac.1'
Munds Bros, DeRosset,
Nw Drui Store, , I
jan 14 Market and Scconi Strata.
Steam Yacht Louise,
mASSENGER AND FIJLEIGHT 6TEAMEB
i or amuniuie daily. Rates low i and ;accohJ.
modatlons fine. Ihe LOUISE Is - neW boat
and 1 guariaotced safe. Will leave SmlthrU'
8 ;-c WRnipgtn .30oclock P. II.
uaj a. v iAii aptrvx.
Agent and owner.
TV. & E. S. LATIMER,
; Attorney s- a t-Larl . f
Ofiicc-S. E. Cor. Princes and Water Su.
jaa 7-1 ro
SELLITJG OUT I
HATS & FEATHERS
AT REDUCED PRICES. i
MRS. KATE C. WJfCS,
No- 119 H vynt Ntret, t Post OSto.