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Oofl month, S3 cents.
... A.nrf-rf hr corrVn free
icx low uJ BberaL
!t Ux pa pgr regnlsrly.
r' V -rt of tba city. t tb abort
is - : -
' r Moral
, million, of any nacspapcr
WILMINGTON. N. C, MONDAY. MARCH 10. 1884.
We will be gUO. to receive commffiBJcitloa
roxa mr ftlcaOs ca JU17 atd all mbjectt
general Interest but I , . ' , .
TU name of the writer tasst always bo fa
akbe4 to the Editor. ' ''"' i
CottEnmlcatlona nms: U written oa oal
one Bide of the paper. '
And It la especially and parUcularly oal
stood that the Editor doe r,ni
IN U. O V th(i of correspondeata unleia ao sute'
ia tse editorial coIuee. J
..PcblistcJ ia liondoa in April.
,VMjrf O'Uuty. U out of
1 1. jr..l tii surplus in the treasury-
ivi theUtizbtcr of (i.iribaMi, U
jrncd to professor (Jrazianici
" . f I . H - Turin.
Marion Sinn will be honored
rial sUtuc in Nevr York
1 lL' inr1th( other in
jtosbJi of the Woaian Ho3P:tal
f.r-itcvlthatSttr Itouto Counsel
r E uikas rcccircU otcr $200,000 In
from the Kocrnacnt stneo th
adaicrstralion came miu p
IBQH TO IEW ADVEBTISEUEITS.
Ofeha HofSE Mllo Rhea !
IIKX5ABXKGZB New MQdlO'
J SO 11 TCRRE5TT5E Kriilt
D CasiiwelI Aae!goee Sale.
P L H2IDUCSS A Co Groceries
Tlios C.CEAIT, Agt Furnlturo
i'ACKLX A Tat lou Just tb Thln
O W Yatk5 Cheap tundanl Wori
MLTNlit L'UUO. A Ucni)S.-iET DrusUU
W KSpbingku A CO Sportfman' G00I3
McDoroALL A 1Wwien Lalla Truuks
Ja D IlL'iOIs A Co Wc -Ast Attention
ti York papers publish, cdito-
rxly. dny bulletins of tc coadltion-of
jchn Jacob Aior. who is ljios ill
wia malarial fcrer at Ler princely home
llxlioz no allowanco for tbo animals
.vvs hvc since died, there bavo been
;-crieJ into the United Sutcs nearly
iKO balls and about 20.000 cows of tho
Y.lELl:ott,of Uwiston, Me., is
believed to be tie oldest editor in the
United Stales. Ho was born January
12. 1793. and started the Iewlston
(JizcVtia 151 1.
Tie IVnnjjIrania College of Dental
Szrzerj. t it twenty eighth . annual
eommecccmcn?, a few days since,
rradaated sixty-foar students, of whom
ixt were ladies-
Tfce late Senator Carpenter once
dtcribed Alexander Stephens In this
wise: An empty coach halted at the
Trtasnry Department and Aleck Ste
phens zot out of It.
The receipts of cotton at this port
day foot up 102 bale?.
Tho Mexican Veterans.
After many years of effort there is
now a good prospect that tho surviving
soldiers of the Mexican War" will re
ceive a pension. The claims of these
veterans have been prcsehted and
urged in Congress for several sessions,
but have been tor the time ignored
antil the present session. Oae ot the
greatest obstacles in the way of a pen
sion for these nerves has been tho
fact that a large portion of them belong
in the South. Had they all, or a ma
jority of them, come from- the North
there is hardly a doubt thit a pension
bill for their relief would have been
I Church Aid.
There was a largo congregation at
the First Baptist Church last night to
listen to the last of the -series of ser
mon3 to youna: men by Rav. Dr. Pritch
anl. His subject wa3 "The Intrepid
faith of David." Alter the sermon
a collection was taken up to assist the
Baptist Church at Chester. S. fi , in
hnSMSn. r ... . Supported by Mr. WILLIAM IIAU8I3 aud
" - ..vuac ui vuup iu ii- a strong Dramatic Companr, under tfce man
place the one which was destroyed by cement ot akiuuk u. ciiask, m
the recent cyclone. The pastor. Rev. ADKIENNE LECODVREUK,
Wo invite tho attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts arc passed years ago. These few-remaining
being made to order at one dollar at the veterans are now eld men. passing rap
Wilmington Shirt Factory.
Dr. Pritchard left this morning for
Richmond. Va.. where bo goes to assist
Rev. Dr. Hawthorne in a series of meet
ings. Ho-will bo absent next Sunday.
A couple of colored : men bad a
idly down life's declining hillside tow
ards the grave where nearly all of their
I former comrades in arms have gone to
thir last earthly, bivouac.
The original roil of Co "U," of the
first North Carolina Regiment of Mex
ican Volunteers i3 before, U3, and
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
T. ,1 - ' -u m I . . i'xvui oiia.iii'iu wiq MAKER
Friday, - -1 March 14 tott
1 ... mi
For Bald neads.
Engagement of the Distinguished French
vne lowest prlcea. I am feillniat nt.n.
wholesale prjeea. Wlga.' Frizzes and Switches
made In the finest style. Call and cxamlneT '
i liespcctfuUy, I
mca 6 lw ai p tjva
K. w. banders, who preached hero
four or live Sundays last year, appeal
ed to the Uhurca hero for assistance
in erecting a new church building and
the congregation last night responded
to the amount of about $130.
i MLLE . BIIEA....as....ADEIE2HKE.
incVlIiriTI SO I A tT Sfll fa -Wri-m thin anrya
will open Wednesday, March 12th, at Dyers,
e. call am!
Ir. Watson to bo Consecrated
The consecration of the Rev. Dr.
Watson as Bishop of the Diocese of
East Carolina has been appointed by
we the Presiding Bishop for Thursday of wiiibuy.
couple of colored
scrimmage" this morning near tho copy it as a matter of much interest to Easter week, April 17th, in
corner of Princess and Second streets many of our readers, i It is as follows: Church in thi3 city.
ana one ot mem was arrested and Capt Wm J Price, (dead;; 1st J'.eut It 13 expected that Bishop Green, of
taken to tho guard hous. George E B Singletary, (dead); 2nd Mississippi, will be the Consecrating
Lieut Wm B Flanner, (dead) ; 2nd Lieu1 Bishop, assisted by Bishop Howe, of
Every Man His Own! Cook.
JEATII TO ISDIGESTION.
want good ColTeo mado in one mlnul
ed Feats $1.C0 and $1, according to iSpb pnfli.W for tho text
Sale of Seats for this engasenient i101 & WA1TKKS.
ITOULD I WEEE Sombody'al Darling..
Jannc O'Dun !ce,
Send Father Home, i
Come to Mv Arms. Nornh Tinritm j
When the JLiltla SLira urn Ttdnlrl(n
R. - "-"-""to
With iicr Alone, ! 1 i
Superb Sonsrd. A new Urtnt nf or
Choice Songs frWc. T -
The Sonar World. I00 tvao-pa nt Bgtnxr-Ai'
Music for 5c i e v f .
Emmett's. Howard's. Scanlan'B.
popular writers Songs always on hand. 1
ui ueiiu xor xaiesi aiusio at
-yyE HAVp A FEW HAND SATCHELS
in Plash and Leather which we will close
out BELOW COST.
; Come In and see what an ex iulsite bag fl
Muntis Bros. &DeRosset,
Dealers In! Drugs and Fancy Goods. HEINSBERGtER'Ss
12 Cakes Fine Toilet Soap, 25 cents,
We Ask Attention
10 QUE STOCK OF
Ypsfprd.nr tcas ft. nhpnnmonnl rlnv en
far as the weather was concerned. There Yarborongh, (dead); 1st Sergt J B South Carolina, and Assistant Bishop
v(.mmnmrrMnnnUn,irn,i;,ni,Un.0. Wiiitakcr, 2nd Sergt D K Black, (dead) ; Randolph, of Virginia. The sermon
l v o I O 1 C a. TT T 111. (? C,1 I 1 1 1 t. 1 rri T f
ii nri n f inn niv innn ten nivn ;rrn in n 1 1 r j
o J " " " 1 . . r 1 . . 1 ni 1 r i . v-i i
lon-tftn'e. Towards nieht it cleared "meu. aeaa;; ist corpi v,nas ojxaaiy iMortn vjarouna.
off nlrnoct in n. mnmont nncl hon tn u r lucauy uorpi o 01m a vimau, me au-vtJ wioruiauuu comes 10 ua
grow colder. This noon it va3 auite KdeaJ 3rdcorpl Willie Harding (dead) ; ia an official shape, through Dr. A. J. embracing every article necessary for the
rold. with a hrUk W. wind. ta corP4 " nampe, ueu ; uruiu
- p - v- r x 1 x r 1 m
mer, o narvey. tueaui: mer x
lUckwcl'. Jr (dead); privates. W H
CHOICE FAMILY SUPPLIES,
The Board of Commissioners of New Armstrong, E B Ashe, (dead); S A
Hanover County met in special session Baldwin, (dead);W D Barkley, (dead);
at tbo Court Houso this forenoon to AD Bordeaux, Stephen Boyd, A Broth
electa County Treasurer, that office ers. John W Burns, (dead), Joseph
having become vacant in consequence Crawford, (dead), F B Crenshaw,
of the death of the late Treasurer, Owen (dead ), Jas P Davis. J M Daniels,
Burney. Mr. J. W. King was elected.
DeRosset, of this city, Secretary ot the
Standing Committee of the Diocese of
East Carolina, notice to that effect
having been received here this morn
About 3 :30 o'clock yesterday afters
.noon Chiei ot Police urocK received a
Paul J Dudley, (dead), Ed Dudley, telegram irom jur.i..t.JYicKae, Mayor
(dead), Simeon T Daniels, (dead),; Geo 01 &noe "eei asKing mm 10 jookouc ior;
W Freomnn. Jas Fowler. fdeadV and arrest a bright looking mulatto,
table, both substantial and fancy. We make
dally additions, thereby insuring fjresh goods
at all times. While we make no specialty In
prices on any particular article, we sell all
goods at the lowest prices consistent with
I J. B. IIUGGINS & CO.
mch 10 Star copy
mchCj Live Book and Mnslo Store.
Toiiacco Selling Fast,
300 B0XES AKD CADDIE3 SOLD With.
In three weeks. , !
200 Boxes and Caddies to close consignment.
Various Brands from 20 cents upwards. .
i SAM'L BEAU, SB,
mch 3 13 Market Street
jND "FLORIDA FISH EOE
BUCK AND EOE SHAD" cin be
r Fish Market the season throuKh,
ther Sprhig Fish a3 they come ini
ArWn nd South Carolina both
VMM V W
Mm;u tht tha Kew Exposition will
todaco to the South a cotton picker
t will enable it to do awav Willi me
present very beary expense of picking
cotton by hand.
IfBasinwj.ia Texas is unusually dull
tiu Winter. A poor crop last year and
tie untitled state of things caused by
the fence cutting war have caused a
slack ia trade that will hardly be mado
up darinj the present year.
Henry A. Ti.'dcn. who is brother of
Mr. Siziucl J. Tilden, and has been
osfcedtobishomeat New Labanon,
K. Y.. for several weeks by aerious ill
cets. is rapidly sinking, and hU paysi
cszs lay bo can surrivo but a short
IN STOCK THIS
was never so complete as now. Call and ex-
amine our stock and prices; you will be sur
prised at the BARGAINS we arc offering.
TIIOS. C. CRAFT, Agt.,
20 So. Front Street
f riacc has made a demand on Mo
rocco which may lead to interesting
eca plications. It calls on tho govern
r:tz: for 1.000 francs a day for each
JJ whxh a French count is prevented
fcca entering upon certain estates on
tie Morocco coast
A Paris paper says that tbo English
fishier at Monaco are the most do
braised, and lose the most. It is said
a: rack day when the play begins the
cask has ia hand $200,000; as tho play
wcoae brisker th's is sometimes
raised to R00.000 more.
Gea. Longstrcct stands six feet and
to inches high and weighs over two
tsadred bat he is ageing very last; hi
r u white, his eyes are dim and his
kariu 1 hard. In contrast, his youngest
fca, Robert Lee Longstrect. is a bright
aw:csi boy of nineteen.
Orant has so far recovered from
recent accident as to be able to go to
onress Monroe this week. The party
--nana at the Hygeia Hotel, at
uFoiit Comfort, foi a week, and
ffntalij longer, if the change ol climate
yn of :j advantage to Gea. Grant.
The lijt development of fashion in
f a-ce concerns the announcements of
fcrLj hTariably sent out by French
"enu. For a boy they are pale blue,
tfrl delicate pink ; In the lelt band
er is the father's coat ot arms or
cr.crrara. amj undCrneath the sign of
.v . waich was paramount when
Mbo first saw the light.
l1jc to time; delays have danger
" member of your family
,-s . uzm couga or com.
lwau uaUl it develops itself into
-option, but procure at once a
grof Dr. Bair Syrup and cure
orI"urWbiuLead& Paints, and
Ciuttck of Window Glaas and
icw for good arUclcj be laro
to JcoU'i HArdwar Depot, t
and arrest -a bright
Mr. C.N. Collins, tho engineer who pnrv f;-rr;s.h Tmh L Gaodwin about 21 years ot.age and weighing WE HAVE PLACED
.1 1 1 1 j -- . 1 11
was so oaaiy sca.aeu seTerai weeks ago AdGad toht ftrccn joa Hardie rdead about 150 pound3 who had stolen $50 week a handsome line of
uu ua3 uc-vu uuu. jWUiGt.k u' E D Hayes, (dead). G Holmes, (dead). 1U elu aQU ieit Ior oujsooro- oer- TUSE,to which we invite the attention of
injuries in tne city hospital in this city, w MJonfi w r.wl. (ar.a Jas n geant Green was shown the dispatch i , .
has so far recovered that ho lelt for his r nn5,in Poiph NiphoU T R Parsnns I aQd directed to make the arrest, which i
home at Tim monsville.S.C, on Friday LJ d) RD Paschaii m m PeoDles 1 08 succeeded in effecting in a very short fanajtlC8 tonsomc assortment of Baby Carria-
last. 11 13 won ads have not all healed (ijx t:u t i T:i,art time. Tho prisoner was taken to police zes- Lounges, Easy Chairs, &c. Our line of
i i iin.vii i. i vii .11 i ii v - m.r aK.Kiji.AAL 11 L.M m.
yet, but they have improved so as to n. R;M Thn.Sfnhftnwn.RSalmon. headquarters and after some few ques- Fine -Black Walnut Suits, secretaries, Ac
leave no doubt of his speedy recovery. Tho3 G Scoltt (jead)t j n Simmons, tio.ns beinS askea he was takea intp a
Personal. W Skipper, (dead). Hogan II Smith, Private room and searcneo, out owning
Mr. E. P Bailey and his charming fdeadK Henrv Smith. Orrin R Smith, could be round upon his person, ine
bride returned to the city last Saturday Chas Turlinirton. R J Twisdale. Thos Sergeant then went into the Mayor's
night, after an absence of two weeks. J Taylor, C H Utley, John M Walker, room, where the prisoner had first, been
They went as far South as Palatka, I C Walton, (dead), A Williams, Lewis seated, and in the corner, oenmd some
Fla.,.but did not attend the Mardi L Weatherspoon. Sandy Woodard. books, he found a purso which the
Gras at New Orleans. Mr. Bailey (dead), JasWilson, Jas RWrenn, John former had thrown mere, ine prison
was engaged principally to-day in re Yonnar. Wai Ellington. J Q Mallard. er. whose name is supposed to be
coiving tho congratulations of his nu- w Mcssick, (dead), Robt Mclvin, Bry- Stephen Conrad, was then brought out,
mcrous Incnds. nt Moore. Geo Morrisev. fdead ). Beni tn PQrse was examineu ana iouuu to
We bad tho pleasure this afternoon of H Mott, (dead), John McGuire, J M contain-something more than $40 in
a visit from Mr. B. S. Pardee, of tho Morgan, J M McDaniel, G McDaniel, Sold besides some sma.l change, and
New Haven Conn.) Palladium, who is Js Bryan, (deserted). John Ward when asked what ho had done with the
visiting North Carolina investigating its (deserted). ' balance, accounted for it in car fare,
possibilities, resources and future pros- The abovo is the roll as presented to something to cat &c. Ho is now m
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pects. us by one of the survivors. Mr. James durance vne awaiting me arrival oi me
Tho Kxciteraent. C. Lumsdcn. of this city, and the record proper officer from Shoe Heel, tho aus
A chariot, a brass band of colored is correct so far as he has knowledge in thorities of that place having been noti-
musicians, a couple of attendants in gay tho matter. It is moro than probable Deq ms arrest,.
uniforms and a woman in grotesque that many of thoso who are reported jn Army of irht Iluudred.
attire, who pulled teeth without appar- abovo as living, are dead, but tho orig- Vernon, Md. Richard Crom-
ant eflort and had medicines lor sale inal members have become so scattered well, Esq ,'Prest. Mt. Vernon Co., em-
whirh would enra all kinds of diseases in the lapse of years that their where- Ploying eignt nuuureu uapus iU cotton
Don't Pay Rent-
JgUILDING LOTS IN DESIRABLE
localities foreale, on ttc Instalment
. 1 1
plan. In this city I have sold over,
one hundred and fifty Lots
' t j
and Lots to parties who have paid in fulj for
! Mi ll
them, bv instalments monthlv navments.
Also, I have a large number now on my book's,
who are maklnsr resrular monthlv tiavments
.1 ii m . . r . .
ami wui soon own nomes ana get cicaror lana-
ltrru ruie, ,
Money loaned to those wishing to build.
mch 5 l JAMES WILSONJ
Oh! wouldn't the davs seem lank and lone
If your srrocer never did anything wrong?
And wouldn't your life seem extremely flat
If you hadn't the pcor groceryman to grum-
oie at r
Distilled bp Gilbert d- Sullivan, Grinders to
To Arrive ! !
A NOTHER LOT OF j THAT BONANZA
TEA ! A pound of eood Tea and a China Cun
and Saucer for 60 cents ! Could get but a
hi' I i
limited supply thls'week. Expected on NeW
York Steamer to morrow. Lea vo orders for
it at once. Will also recelvo to-morrow an.
We are Determined oUlCT,ot f lbil GKAIED
VTOT TO BE GRUMBLED AT," AND to j
avoid this unpleasantness have filled our store
pies, for which so many of my customers have
been waiting. For sale by
GEO. M- CRAPON. Aimnt.
mch 5 22 South Front St
CHOICEST & FRESHEST James A. Lowrey,
instantaneously, was tho centre of at
traction on the corner of Market and
Front streets this afternoon. The wo
man talked in an unknown tongue, but
a young man stood beside her and acted
a9 interpreter. Mnere was a jarge
crowd and we presume that all the sick,
infirm and toothache sufferers went
home greatly relieved of their money.
This talented French actress will ap
pear at the Opera House in this city on
Friday, tho 14th inst., the play selected
for the occasion being Adrccnne Lccouv
rcur. M ile unea was mo oniy ioreign
star asked to appear at tho Great
Dramatic Festial at Cincinnati last
May, where she played with Mary
Anderson. Clara Morns. Jno. Mc
Cullougb, Lawrence Barrett, Nat
Goodwin and Jas. Murdock.
Her wardrobes are tha handsomest
and most expensive on the American
stage. They were made by Worth and
were insured for -20.000.
Mr. Thomas Belcher, a very worthy
gentleman resident in this city from
some timo past, and an employe at the
shops of the W. & W. R. R., died very
suddenly last night at his residence on
the corner ot Fourth and Nixon streets.
A few days ago, while at work! in the
shop, Mr. Belcher was taken suddenly
very ill and was. cony eyed to his home.
He revived and seemed in a fair way
o recoTer entirely. Ho was dressed
yesterday and laid on a longne during a
large part of tho day but last evening
ho complained of leeling much worse
and was assisted to his bed where he
died la ft very fTf minutes.
aboutS is not known should they be
living. Somoot our readers may be
able to give us further information in
the matter and we trust that; if possi
ble, they will not fail to do so, as the
matter is important and possesses much
In this court, on Saturday lastj the
consideration of appeals from the fourth
judicial district was resumed.and causes
were disposed of as follows :
Berry Bryant vs. Joseph Kinlaw et
als.. from Robeson; argued by T. A.
McNeill and Frank McNeill for the
plaintiff and Rowland and McLean for
Hybert Atkinson and wife vs. De
maris Mclntyre ct als., fsom Robeson ;
argued by Rowland and McLean for
the plaintiffs, and T. A. McNeill for the
mills, heartily endorses St. Jacobs Oil,
the creat pain-cure.
ob tamable. For the Lenten season,
New Catch EXTRA MESS MACKEREL,
ELEGANT PICKLED SALMON.)
BONELESS CODFISH & HAKE.
BELCHER In this city, at 10 o'clock, last
night. THOMAS BELCHER, aged 49 years
and G Months.
j he f nneral services will take place to mor
row (Tuesday) morning, at 9.30 o'clock, from
St. John's Church, and thence to Oakdale
Cemetery. The friends and acquaintances of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
GREE-N A this residence, near Fair Bluff.
In Columbus county, Feb. 5, 1SS1. MOSES
GREEN, aged 64 vears and 3 months. j
tTrHEELWRIGHT, BLACKSMITH 'AND
TT I ! i!
General Repairer of Carriages and Vehicles.
Work of all kinds attended toj without delay.
Thanking my friends for favors extended to
me in the past, I solicit their kind favors and
Our Royster's Candy
excels all others Id PURITY No terra-alba'd
Indigestibles. No glucose or other foreign in
gredients are used In Its manufacture. We ad
visi atrial box: will guarantee its effective
Just the Thing. . P. L. BRIDGETS. & 00.
rpH03E FIRE CLAY CHIMNEY PIPES.
Make a cheap and satisfactory Chimney, es
pecially ior Kitcnens
PARKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. mch 10
HO Korth Front St.
their patronage in future. After an expert-
ence of forty -four years as a Mechanic under
Capt. W. II. Bobbltt, of Warrehton, and in
Wilmington. I am now prepared to conduct
the work In all its branches in a rood and
workmanlike manner. I I- fTi
Place of business, on Princess, between 3rd
and 4th streets. ! nov 20-oaw-tf i
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T WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN ONE of tho
Desirable bummer IP aces
. . . I i . '
on the Atlantic coast, situate? oa GrceavllTe
Sound, Gil ralle3 from WUmlngtoa, Jon Shcil
Eda1. The lard la la a HIGH STATE OF
CULTIVATION and will support an lordlnary v
sized family. On tho nlir ar IMr iv-h.
ITTE HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT cs, Apples, Cherries, Figs and Grapes IS
T o i ngusn ana ieigium iireecn jaaers -illlace. Orslers. xua. Crabs
sunmp to bo baa at too door every dar. i
cov 'i3-law3m m WM. A. CUMMING
ever brought to this market. Also a lirst-
rlaaa atw.lr nf Rhflla Wartrlfnrr' PrlmPN Curt
RENTS' TRUNKS, PACKING TRUNKS, j ridge Bags. Gun Caps. Game Bags, &c. Jn
I w - k. I Un. T1 Id -r. m nil mv -mm A HMJVjA UA. -m A WW Ia UUUU
E. & E. J. Burns VS. Hugh McGreg- raveiung uags ana mwm ,ff goods. and guarantee prices.
- giea tnjteiouf, yarw tu .ajo, vmj, W. E. SPRINGER CO., .
Fucceasors to John Dawson A Co,
figures. Repairing m au its
Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture Store,
or and wife, from Robeson ; argued by Goods, at bottom
French and Normeat for tho plaintiffs, branches by sVugd
and Rowland & McLean for the de
fendants. ! 1
H. F. Fittmann. executor, vs R. G. Assiffnee S Sale(
Ashley et als., from Robeson; argued TODKBsiGiED will 'sell at
by W. I OSter I: rench for the plaintiff X Public auction, for cash, on Friday, the
list insu, at 10 o'clock, a. m., tne enure bw
19. 21 and 23 Market Stieet
and Rowland & McLean and Walter
Clark for the defendants.
of.Goods, Liquors. StoreJ"ixtnres,! Ac, in the
store now occupied by ii. Loeb, at the corner
of Prlnrp nI Wiifr streets.
George Vann, colored,, from this
county, has been pardoned by Gov.
Jarris, and was on Saturday released
from the penitentiary, lie was con
victcd of larcency. in
mch 10 tds
City Drug Store.
I JjJYEEY MAN MAY BE HIS OWN COOK,
but every man cannot prepare his own medl
cine. Call at the "New Drug Store" and have
It prepared by
J. W. CONOLEY. ManJjrar-
A fine lot of Cigars and Cigarettes Just re
ceived, mch 8
N. A. STEDHAN, Jr.,
i j ' j
on Princess, between Front and Scc
jets, la tbo Basement of BuHdlo? No.
y Art .
1 14, next to old Journal Bnlldlnr. WILMING
TON. N.C. T . , ' T
Practices In all tha Criminal anl Civil
Courts of New Hanover, Bladen, Columbus,
Pender and Brunswick Co antic. 1 1
xeb 3-aaw-tf . r
OWGES, BASIXAS, SAPPABI10S.
tie was con. -niLANCE of caego FRCIT. per Schr
the Criminal X .
P,nrf tnthi.rirv in Ififll nnrl RPntPn. llT 01 -saaa. Jiuoi
ced to ten years imprisonment and had I during the coming -week. The Fruit is fine
served less than two years of bis term. . v 1
I send in your orucrs.
Now is the tlTie to give Smith's Worm
Oil. lydw L. mch 10 it
be csed ora HATS & FEATHERS
AT REDUCED PRICES. -
MRS, KATE C. WINES,
JNO. B. TUERENTDTE, 1
Corner Dock and Water Sts.
No. US R 8ecood street, nexiSPost OS.ce
JU 9 :
Home's Garden Oysters
ARE CONCEDED TO BE THE BEST.
They arc to be had only at tho Old North
a late Saloon. No. 6. South rant St. I
Ice cool Lager Beer a specialty. The best
Whiskey and purest Wined sold lu the city.
Cigtrs as good as the best. Call and b con
Tinced. feb TZ.
JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OT !
CUPS AND gAUCEHS for decoration. I
feb 27 IXajxclson XIskK 1