. sea ertrr evenla. Sunday, ex
JOSH T. JAMES,
tVlTVM AKD WrKIKTO.
r.CR!lTIOXS POSTAGE PAID:
Jlr IIW. Six month. 1100. Three
,r' n.to; One month. 35 cent.
Tv raVrwt:ibcarr.lb7carTteT free
rrW. rl of lhe c,tf 11 lb bOTe
orWtetU per week.
I .-JL'JX rait low and MberaL
Ju'-ntixw will report any and all fxll
.,, rc-clTe their p!' rejruUrly.
77i Aitfy Xrcicw has largest
K ft f,tc rimlalion, of any newspaper
' l. in Ike city qf Wilmington.
j " nwirimi- ir- I I I " 'i - ii .in mm
'ten rj-r sa3 lhal hc s oul pl r11"
. .'V rcVcr. but vrc are fearful the news
"Vwj-xjio be true. It is about as
v 1 : a j wkit he means by listen--o
wrJi as to know what he
. rv..tS:y ;clion of the liquor law io
n j ui: t-c present Democratic Leg
..ysretb-i it necessary to repeal i
McIaaeiUviUe clause. This was
.""v.-! by a prcriouj Democratic legis-:-
:e. acd sa the party' rage against
1-f.vy.tIiw'wiIl have to spend its
t -o? on one of its own enactment.
I formation Irom Washington is to
::.. fleet that there ii a strong movc
:u .1 nu'lf tu consolidate into one par
tj ill the elements in Virginia oppose J
. , i;. ;rl::riu The only trouble
r;v ol :- from tho taction led by ex
tj ur"-::jiu Dtzendoif The paity
act toother in National and State!
A kvua of deep concern is being
aaen-d in Wall street by the propos-i-....rj:
remove the New York Ex
tLacce from its present site. The
u.er;ri tf the exchange arc unani-"
i- 'xi .n their desire for more commo
k at.crs. It is the wish of a largo
Kuloa of the members to move
i irthi r u; town, and there are many
A-i.'uu aJrccarts of a scheme to buy a
l.'n k t-i baJ'aad erect a magnificent
b'j.ld.ti; in the vicinity of Union
I Vtiitltfrablc comment was excited at
a nunt wedding in Boston by the ex
traordinary precaution taken to keep
vui people who wens not invited.. The
chests were met on the sidewalks by a
l-olicvaian who demanded tt ticket, an
other policeman stood at the entrance to
the awning desiring to see" the ticket.
the sexton at tho door took up the tick
cv. a fourth person directed the friends
tf the contracting parties lo go on one
j.Joofthe church or the other, and
Iistly. the ushers were provided with
cards on which tne names of favored
truest wtr placed, and all persons who
were not down for seats were perm it n
ted to shift forthcrosclvcs.
The Charleston Xctesaud Courier
published oa Monday an elaborate rc
lrt of ike coaditiou of the agricultural,
manufacturing and mining industries
f e cry county in South Carolina on
January I. ri The report covers
mire than thirty columns ol small
ttpv. Aiuun the results exhibited are
the following: The value of the pro
!e:s of the cotton mills in the State
a: jrar was $7,DG3,li. and the
is MW,0ix. The products in 1SS3
howcl an increase ot 173 per cent, as
(vmpan-tl with Ik-O. The value of the
V rudutts of lumber and naval stores
htyar was $H.50i,b3G, bing an in
crease of 71 percent ascompaml with
l-?o. The total manulaclures in 1683
amounted in value to $32,321,404
a.ainst $10,733.00 in 1SS0. .The
value of the products of the mines
aud .parries in 1?S3 was $2,410,000
against $10,573 In 1S70. The value of
t-e agricultural producU in 1SS3, dc
nl'e the bad season, was $11,700,321.
U total value of tho agricultural,
manufacturing and mining products in
13 was $76l&5t,725, against $59.
ia 1SS0 and $51,455,707, in 1SG0.
The .Wtcs ami Courier remarks: "De
spite the terrible losses of sixteen years
of war and negro rule South Carolina
j ear derived from agriculture,
luacuiacturcs and mining $22,000,000
more than ia i860 The advance in
agriculture is dac to tho labors ot the
bite people ol the State. Tho country
reports are clear and unmistakable on
this ro-nt The colored labor was less
cthaeat last year than It was five years
Zo. an J the available supply is con
staatly fcss than the demand. The col
cal farmtrs as a rule aro not making
l rojros, not saying money and not
ac-juiriag land. They succeed bcUcr
land owners than as tenants, and as
hody arc valuable as laborers only so
r as they are directed and controlled
ty white men. Tho number of " immi
grants in the State is insufficient. It is
t-e native white farmers who havo li(f
fd South Carolina out of the slough and
ho it progressive and profitable
Ladies Lovo to Kead It.
nwuS YorK, lu- Frank Toascy.
Pub Usher or 2U Ann Chair, tho great
ui if1017 8kclca Papr. which
siS . J een: Dewsdealer in America
rnJr.'l o t orJ mo Picture to recom
Sr iabaOUasa reliable cure
SoSeffiSJ temaay reports of iu
VOL. VIII. V LMINGTON. N. C, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1884. NO. 31
IMDEJ TO REW ADVERTISEMERTS.
Lost Gold Breastpin
. HlUXSBERGEH New MllSC
C W Yates School Books, Ac
MuM LttDS. A DeRosiet Onion Seta
J II BoATWjjUiiix, Scct'y To Contractor
0c.tn G Paiulev, Jr Admlimtrstor's
Tho receipts of cotton at this port to
day toot up 230 bales.
Nor. barque Altilu, Larsen, hence.
arrived at Antwerp Feb. 1th.
There were no cases for the Mayor's
consideration this morning.
Steamboatmen report a plenty of
water and all quiet ou the Cape Fear
Xor. barque XordcwkjohL Abraham-
sen, cleared from Liverpool Feb. 3d, lor
this port. '
Nor. barques Maury, Olscn, and
Iiuia, Jorgcnsen. ticuce, both arrived
at Liverpool Feb. 3d.
Nor. barquo Jcmacs, i ', hence,
arrived at Queenstown Jan. 21st, hav
ing lost her lorctopgailantmast on the
Kggs arc rather on , tho decline in
price. They havo been selling at 35
cents per dozen, but they - go slowly
now a 30 cents.
Slight showers during the morning,
but the clouds were soon dispersed and
a lovely day ensued.
Mr. Louis Dryfoos. (who has been
absent for some weeks past, on a visit
to New Orleans, has returned to the
city. Mrs. Dryfoos remains in the
As tne "Unite Mayo" Uo. lias so
unceremoniously given this city the go
by, thcro will bo no entertainment at the
Opera House until the 12ib inst.. when
tho Iloston Concert Co. will appear.
There has been no news received here
since Sunday as to Mr. Kuscno Wig
gins' condition. As ttie last reports
were so favorable, no news in this in
stance is confidently looked! upon as
St. Valentine's Day is approaching
and the windows of the bookstores are
adorred with valentines, some of which
arc very pretty and some are gross and
uncouth caricatures.1 We presume the
jaltcr sort will be eagerly sought by &
certain class, but we cannot admire
The L S. Coast Survey steamer
iiidncy reports having passed on the
5th !nst., a floating wreck with her
stern aud tho stump oi her mainmast
out of water. The wreck was 5 miles
East of Cape Lookout breakers, with
Capo Lookout light bearing N. W..
distant II milcsJ
The first instalment ol Belgian blocks
with which North Water street is to be
paved arrived to-day on the Wilming
ton.CoIumbia and Augusta train. There
were four car loads ju each of which
there were 1.000 blocks. They were
quarried near WinnsbJro. S. C and
will be followed by others as last as
necessity may demand.
-I'm Growing Old quite Willingly.1;
and "There is no Home but Heaven,1
the two pieces ot vocal music of which
we made mention yesterday, are for
sale at the Live Dook andj Music Store
of Mr. P. Heinsbcrger. and at Mr. C
W. Yates bookstore. The sale of the
latter piece has been such that one edi
tion has been exhausted and a second
edition has been issued.
Unity Tent, No. iO.
Don't, forget the Uccbabite public
meeting to be held at 8 o'clock. There
will be delivered on this occasion a
short address by Mr. Ed. Kailey on the
'Objects and Aims of the Independent
Order ol Ucchabites," the newly elected
officers will be installed by the D. II. C
It. and an address will be delivered by
Ucv. W. J. Hull. Tester ol Fiah Street
M. E. Cburohj j
Exports Forcltru .
Swed, barque Miirgxirctha, Johansen,
c!earcd to-day for Liverpool with 3,017
barrels rosin and 277 barrels gum thens,
Talacd at $4,701, shipped by Messrs.
Paterson. Downing & Co. i Br. schr.
J.F. MiUlalcr. Munro. cleared for
Matanzas, Cuba, with 387 empty hogs
bead. C5 empty puncheons and 130
empty barrels, valued at $713.05, ship
ped byMcssrs. Wortbfc Worth, making
the total yalue ol export l foreign for the
day amount to $5,417.95.
Seaman's Friend Society.
The Seamen's Friend Society held its
annual meeting yesterday afternoon, in
the parlor of tho Seaman's Home.
Mr. George It. French was called to
the Chair and Mr Geo It French, Jr,
was requested to act as Secretary.
The President, Chaplain and Treas
urer submitted their reports, and on
motion they were received and ordered
spread on the minutes, j
A committee appointed to examine
the books of the Treasurer reported
that duty performed the accounts cor
rect and vouchers for all disbursements ;
and on motion of Mr It E Heide, the
thanks of the Society were returned to
the Treasurer for the efficient discharge
of his duties.
Messrs II IS Eilcrs and It E Ucide
were appointed acorn mittce to audit the
Treasurer's books and vouchers for the
ensuing year, and report at the next
On motion the insurance on the Homo
was ordered increased to five thousand
The following gentlemen were placed
in nomination for Trustees for the en
suing'year and unanimously elected:
Geo It French, Geo Harriss, It E Heide,
E T Hancock, H B Eilcrs, B F Mitch
ell, Geo It French. Jr. E S Martin,
Eduard Pcschau, Roger Moore,
Edward Kidder. Alex Sprunt. F W
Kerchncr, W I Gore, Chas II Robinson.
At a meeting of the Trustees, held
immediately after the adjournment of
tho members ot the Society, Mr George
Harriss was called to the Chair and Mr
Geo It French, Jr. appointed Secretary
The following were elected officers for
the eusuing year:
President Geo It French.
Vice President Geo Harriss.
Snrrntarv and Treasurer Geo. It.
French, Jr. - j
Messrs. H. B. Eilers. E. T. Hancock
and It. E. Heide were elected to con
st im to the Executive Committee, in
ronnpetion with the President. Vice
President and Secretary and Treasur
At a meeting of tho Executive Com
mittee, held immediately after the ad
journment of the l3oara ot lrustees,
Rev J W Craig was appointed Chap
lain, and the Secretary was instructed
to notify Dr Samuel n nan, corres
ponding Secretary of the American
Seaman's Friend Society of New York
City, ot the appointment and to request
a continuance of tho donation toward
Wilmington, N. C, Feb. 5, 1884.
Gentlemen: At thi9, our thirty-flrst
annual meetinc. it is proper that, first
of all. we should acknowlengo the pro
tecting care of our Heavenly J? ather in
nrcservimr our lives during lhe past
year, and His kind providence to us as
a community : that we have been spared
any devastating disease in our port or
among tile seamen wno nave visuea us.
m . ' M' 1. .t-. -t..? I I
I am granueu to siaiu iuai uunug iue
past year wo have paid all past due in:
terest and the interest in full on the
bonded debt to the Ulhuay of January.
18S1. so that during tho comin? nscal
vear we can doubtless begin to provide
a sinking fund to pay off the bonded
debt now on the Home. We grateiully
acknowledge the donation of four, hun
dred dollars from the parent society in
Vew York, enabling us to continue tne
services of our chaplain .and his labors in
our port. For a aennite statement oi
the financial condition of the Society
you are referred to the report of the
Treasurer, and for the Christian work
done in our harbor to the report of the
Chaplain. Capt. Christcnsen, the keep
er ot tho Home, will advise you of his
Geo. It. French, Sr.,
President S. F. Society,
ECRETARY AND TREVfiURER'S REFORT.
Seaman's Friend Society in account
with George R. French, Jr., Treasurer.
Cash per repaics 10
Cash, insurance 88 2j
Cash. Chaplain : 400 oo
Cash interest to 14th of Jan.,'84 618 00
Cash on hand.. HO 35
S 1.2 18 70
Amout from last year .$103 95
Received from rents . - - 681 75
Received of W. C. Sturges, Trea
surer American S. F. Socie
ty, New York 400 00
Received fiom annual dues.. 60 00
To Uic h'tlmiruion Seaman's Friend
Society Gentlemen: In submiting my
report as Chaplain of your Society, as
ycu are aware, I can only report for
the past seven months, as my services
commenced July 1. 1883, and the work
done by me has been done principally
within the past three months, as corn
paratively few vessels were in onr port
previous to this.
I have visited 71 vessels; oi course
some ot these visits have been repeated,
as m my judgment I deemed it neces
sary, and as a means of accomplishing
good. I have distributed 4.032 pages of
unscctarian religious literature, in the
various languages, as the case might!
I have also at various times visited
the Marine Hospital, distributed read
ing matter and endeavored to do good
In the suffering, and point.thera to the
Great Physician of Souls . In all my
work my chiet aim has becu to the
glory of God and the good of soulsj in
which I trust I have not labored in
In closing this report permit me to
say that in my judgment the import
ance of this work cannot be ovcr-esti
mated, when we -consider the vast
number who cannot hear the gospel
preached only when on shore.
In my Sabbath visits on shipboard. I
find many. who are humble followers of
the Saviour, and tho religious reading
distributed is bread to these hungry
souls. Respectfully submitted,
J. WV Craig, Chaplain.
Death of Mr. J. McK. Mulford
We regret to learn of the death, at
Elizabcthtown , yesterday afternoon, at
4 o'clock, of Mr. J. McK. Mullord, one
of the most prominent citizens o
Bladen county, and perhaps the
wealthiest. Hc had been sick for but a
short timo and died of typhoid
Mr. Mulford was about GO years of
age and had many warm friends in this
city, who will be grieved to hear of his
death. He was unmarried and died
intestate, and his large fortune will
pass into the hands of a brother and
half-sister, his nearest surviving rela
; Fire Record.
The Fire Department was called ou
only three times during the month
January just passed, as follows:
Jan. 12th At 8 o'clock a. mv the
two-story frame dwelling: on the. corner
of Castle and Surry streets was burned
Cause of fire unknown. Damage 800
insured for $500.
Jan. 15th Alarm at 3 a. m., caused
by tho burning of the two-story frame
dwelling on Eighth, between Markc
and Dock streets. Insarance on build
ing $700. on furniture $300. Damage
Jan. 301b, 11 p.m. Alarm caused by
the discovery of fire in second story j o
Mr. J. Strnberger's store on Market
between Front and Water streets. De
partment promptly on hand and fire
soon extinguished, the building being
flooded with water. Cause of fire
unknown, aud extent of damage not
Clinton & Point Caswell R. R.
We learn that about 20 miles of this
road is now graded, which is about
half the distance between the two ter
minal points. In this issue of the
Review the company call for proposs
als for grading more miles of the road,
beginning at the sixth and ending at the
fourteenth mile post going from Point
Caswell towards Clinton. The pross
Dects for the early completion of this
immensely important work are now
good, and we hope to hear that the
grading of the entire line will soon be
contracted for and. completed at an
early day. l ne cross ties can oe very
eisily obtained at an j almost nominal
expense, and when these are laid we
imagine there will be but little difficul
ty in securing the raiU and rolling stock.
It is of vast importance to Wilmington
as well as to the section of country
through which the road will pass, that
the work should be pushed vigorously
to i's completion. It will bring distant
neighbors to our doors; and will ' open
up the. products of a fertile territo-y to
our markets. T
! Rev. W. II. Milbiirn, O, I.
Rev. W. II. Wilb.urn, the blind man
eloquent, who spoke a' week or two
since in this city, delivered his lecture
entitled "What a Blind Man Saw in
England,'' at Burgaw on Saturday last,
preached on Sunday and on Monday
gave his lecture upon "Aaron Burr."
There was a good audience at his last
lecture and the eloquent speaker held
them spell-bound for two hours by his
masterly description of the lite and an
al vsis of the character of Burr. It was4
a wonderful effort, equal to any, we
think, in which we have heard this
truly eloquent man. His fine presence,
his rich and musical voice and his gracs
of gesture , were wonderful auxiliaries
to his graphic descriptive powers, chaste
dictum and keen analysis, the combina
tion of which made his hearers so deep
ly interested that the moments passed
all too quickly. He lectured at Clinton,
Sampson county, on Tuesday last.
where ho. undoubtedly had, as ho de
served, a full house and an appreciative
and delighted audience.
Steamship Regulator; Doane , hence,
arrived at Neir York Feb. 4th- -
The steamer Btvet Queen arrived
here to day from Liliingtbn, (I-orjg
Creek) Pender counly wih a good
cargo of produce and a number of pas
sengers. This stream, thanks to the
work whicfi has been done on it of late
under Capt. James' direction, may now
be said to be fairly open. to steamJnavi
gatioq. We publish herewith a com
munication on the subject, drawn up
to-day by some ot the passengers ; on
the Iliver Queen:
On Board Steamer River Queen. ,
Lillinxjton RiVER.iFeb. 5, 1884
Editor Daily Review: The enter
prise of the general government in
opening up, and improving the1 i.aviga
tion of Lillington River in Pender
county, is a success.. It shows that the
six thousand dollars appropriation lor
this purpose was a wise investment, and
that the government, in a commercial
point of view, will be fully paid, to say
nothing of the local benefits to mcr
chants and farmers. Before this work
of needed improvement began, and
which ended, .so tar as it has gone, over
a month agojonly little steamers of the
highest draught could go up from Wil
mington to the crowing and coming
town of Lillington, new at the head of
navigation. Now steamers that can go
up Capo Fear river, except the Governor
Worth, can easily go up and return in
low water, and laden with passengers
and produce and merchandise.
iAs some cvidence'of this the teamcr
River Queen, on whose deck wc now
write, has gone up unobstructed and is
now on her return trip loaded with
passengers and produce. Hurrah then,
Mr. Editor, for Lillington River and
for the historic old town . of Lillington,
that now booms with new life and in
creasing importance The trade and
population of the place arc bound to
show the stimulus of this wise scheme
of internal improvement and lands
along the branches of the river, arid
many miles distant, are, already ad
vandiug in price and value. !
Many thanks are due to those spirits
who conceived the enterprise and
worked it up to the point ot obtaining
tho appropriation from Congress.
Captain James, ot Wilmington, under
whose Kunerinten(Jfnrv tho. work- was
carried on for the government, deserves
the thanks and grateful appreciation of
the people of Pender and Wilmington
lor his energetic and successlul euort3.
truly does he serve tbo covcrnmeni
faithfully in all the service ho renders
as a skillful engineer.; Captain Borden,
as a an hnrrtinnrA Aianhnrtrofl h?a rlnt-v
well. Our own excellent "surveyor and
uugineer, ivir. j j. xj. ijnerry. oi innings
.z a y i m i r t 1 1 i -
ton. was also employed by the eovern
ment in the service rendered. Mr.
Cherry is a live man, fully up with the
advanced line of internal improvement.
. MANY FASSENGERS.
I'eeple who cannot soend the season
of winds and cold rains in sunny
Florida should keep Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup in the house. It is the best
remedy for colds and coughs and will
relieve sufferers at once.
TTAVTNG QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA-
JLL tor of the estate of Mrs. Louisa Nutt. I
hereby noti ty all persons having claims against
her to present tho same to me on or before the
7th February, 18S5. All persons indebted to
saul decedent will make payment to me.
reu o laviuwi usuak ti. 1'akslki, .jr.
QN YESTERDAY, THE 5TH OF FEBRU-
ary, a uolu bkjsastimn, shaped m the
form of a Crescent, containing hiir and the
initials "M. A." engraved on the back. The
llBrtrr will be suitably rewarded by leaving it
a i ; j . ....
at mis ouu:e ie it
OFFICE WILMINGTON, CLINTON & PT.
.CASWELL R. B.
i WlLMIXGTON, N. C, Feb. 6, 184.
TKOPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT i
r . v - .
this office until 12 o'cloek, noon, of the ?oth
nst.. for srradlng eight f) miles of this road.
beginning at the six (0) mile post from Point
casweii, and running tnence to tne fourteen
(M) mile post:
Specifications can be seen at J. R. Paddl-
sohB office at Point Caswell.
I J. II. BOAT WRIGHT,
leb 6 3t eod Sect'y & Treas
Star copy 3t. Caucasian copy It !
NE W MUSIC.
LL CAREFULLY i SELECTED. AND
THE VERY LATE3T AND PRETTIEST.
Come Where the Violets Grow."!
"Where Pretty LIttl Daises arc in Bloom."
"What's In a Kiss."
"When the RobUsNest Again."
"A Bird from o'er tho Sea,"
"Beggar Student" Waltz
Every piece new and attractive
biKJclal attention given to orders. Any piece
not in stock. Vocal or Instrumental, furnished
l snail expect joa io aay.
feb Lire Book and it uslo Store
Onior) Sets, White and Red.
FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED.
Also, a fuU assortment of
FRESH GARDEN SEED,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES.
CIGARS In great variety, Ac . Ac.
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
' 1 : ' New Drug Store. - ., '
Jan 1 1 Market and Second Streets,
wa will be glad to receive enrara -miration
from ova friends on any axd an subjects
geaeral Interest but ' v -J V . w
The name of tho writer oust always La fa
tfched to the Editor. j
Comrtmnlcattont ranst be written! on; ol
one side of the paper. , i , , ;. I
Personalties must be avoided j
And It is especially and particularly tad i
stood that the Editor does not ahraya endot
the views of correspondents unless so state
In the editorial eoros&ns. - ! ' -1
. -CI .a! ' n ' 'ii' -
otjurtsiuau s uooas. .,
WE)lAV7? ,TIIE, "NEST ASSORTMENT
o f lunjriisli anl Belgium Breech Loader
ever brought to this market. Also a first
class stock of. Shell Wadding, Prlmers.Cart
rlde Bas Gun Caps, Game Baps. Jtc. Id
lac i we canj show a stock of Hardware. Good
goods and guarantee prices. 1 i
W. 11. SPRINGER & CO.
M- successors to John Dawson A Co..
th 4 10. 21 and 23 Market Stzeet
A Merciful Man
JS MERCjlFUL TO IIIS BEAST. TUfS IS
a gentle hint to owners of "unblanketed"
hones. The place to buy any price Blanket
yon wantrf to-ethcr with Lap-robes. Carriages,
saddles. Harness, Trunks,! Satchels, Bags!
MCDOUGALL A BOWDEVS. '
No. 114 North Front St
"yyiTlt OTHER SPUING FISH jCAN BE
found at our Fish Market the season through.
'cb4 DAVIS & SON.
'PIUS ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stock-J-
holders of the BANK OP NEW HANOVER
will be held at the Banking House, In this city,
on THURSDAY, 14th Inst., at 12 noon.
S. D. WALLACE.
fob i 3t . Cashier -
Yellow, White I and Bed
i Onion Sets. V 1 1
fjlOKN, PEAS, BEANS, 4c.' DRUGS,
Vi Chemicals, Patent Medicines and Fancy
Articles. Prescriptions filled at any time,
day and night, at I
F. C. MILLER'S Drug store,
dec 23 324 South Fourth. Corner Nonst
QLD NORTH STATE SALOON, 6 South
Front St., keeps on hand Clemmer's Pure! Rve
Whiskey, (no llavorcd stuff) Pic Mo Whisker,
very fine.! As good FIVE CENTS CIGARii
as tho market affords. Finest OYSTERS
from New River. Don't want a fortune at
once. . No headaches there. j Jan 23
The Place to Buy Groceries!
RECAUSK he-renews ins supplies
by every Steamer.
He keeps nothing but the
best and his prices aro as low as the lowcat
for same quality of gooda. Call and see bU
GRATED PINE APPLE put up where it Is
grown and tho most delicious article for Pies
GEO. M. CRAPON, Agent,
feb 5 22 South Front 4St '
Sash, Ddors, Blinds, &c.
JJAVING ENGAGED THE SERVICES iftr
MR. G. M. ALTAFFER (late kf Altaffcr &
Price), and arranged for the purchase Of new
special machinery, we desire to notify our
friends the public that we; shall at an early
. ' i
day be prepared to fill orders for SASH,
I ' 'j .j I !
DOOR3. BLINDS. BRACKETS. WOOD
MOULDING, and ORNAMENTAL WOOD
work of an descriptions We expect to
compete with Northern manufacturers,! and
solicit orders irom responsible panics,
Copper, Iron and Wood Workers.
10 and 21 South Front St..
feb3-tf Wilmington. N. C.
N. A. STEDMAN, Jr.,
ATTORNEY-AT-L AW. ' '
Ofllce on Princess, between Front land Sec
ond streets, In the Basement of Building No.
ill. next to old Journal Bulldlnar. WILMING
TON. N. C. I -
Practices In all the Criminal and Civil
Courts of New Hanover, Bladen, Columbus,
Pender and Brunswick Counties. ,
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A Timely Suggestion.
A FRIEND STATES PEOPLE GET COLD
by wearing old and worn shoes and thereby
either lose their lives or have to pay Doctors
and drug men. We can famish BOOTS AND
SHOES to keep your feet dry and warm and
preserve your health, besides giving solid com
fort at much less prlce.
Try it and call on us.
GEO. R. FRENCH SONSJ .
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fcbl tf I 108 North Front Bt
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Fire Cla Chimney Pipes.
L ALSO BISCUIT
irds. Ironlns Boards.
Meat ! Board. Bcautlfnl Tin Sets. Granite
iron Ware. Cake Boxe and Closets: Lamps
of various styles. Bird Cages, Cheese Boxes.
Plated Spoons, Forks and Knives, AiVo.
Cook Stoves, Ac. i t i
PARKER A TAYLOR..
PURE WHITE OH.. j feb 4
Baltimore & Wilmington
JN FUTURE ALL FREIGHT BILLS
be paid before delivery ot Goods.
fcUllwk A. D. CAZAUX, Agent