PLEAS S NOTICX.
Wt Wl be glad to recclTd eosimnslcaCoa
mm ova friends on nj and all ! tahjett
several Intsreattmt - ! -'r ':''' j
Tae name of the writer mast always bb;ra
fitshed to the Editor. ' 1 v
rro. ajo raorarrro.
rrJrXIOSS rOSTAGK PAID:
wnmatmicationa must be written on oal
one side of tho paper. -PcnonaCtlca
maat bo avoided.'
S. . i ' i
Viu w Jen'"1 b'
'J T prt of th dir. t tM Hwr.
- . uoeooi""
Aad It Is espocUUy and ' partlcnisrly imd
VOL. VIII. ! VV ELMINGTON. N. C WEDNESDAY. MARCH 12, 1884.
tood that the Editor doea not always endox
the views of corrcfipoadents unless so statt
In the editorial columns. . . 1
1 ' . ' i 1 -1
his the Urycst
-, firrM.'atVu. rf ny newspaper
I !. f I1' ' ... 1
. :h tu!v some more ex
rj the .W w'"'
Cnh cncdaion. It will oe
murderer 1 in jaifanU
t nc is Mill in I he
..:ri to the
vrttuf hiU'ts corpus was
Ucn tcl uatuy the former
1 X bit v.tii doubtful succor.
t. ... - :i..f-iirunf!1'n;p
rb;C3 IS H.uiitiii" j .
To disprove the 'allegation that
Samuel J. Tilden refused to' lend finan
cial aid in Hancock's contest, the New
York Sun publishes abstracts from the
Democratic campaign accouut j book.
aliist huu ar
jr accessary alter the fact o!
c;:; tiler. w"
1 ...rnr il. murder.
1 ... -i-rir uiwiv
ujea'h Here is the latest ot interest:
CiituAW. March lO.-Since jester
1 Vl have been oa the track of letters
, 1 Cashes in rcsardto the murder
c-ard" To dy State Constable
r cttr?Jluincd them by formal do
Ld acd will submit them to the
?rr-uTr I have made the following
hart c-P cf the letters, which are
t"& a-WrtscJlo Mi. John T. ASerton
f in s Dlht. S.C.. Kb.VO. lbol.
IkarFrkcd: I received the message
IfLeUruuih Mr. King Timmons.
ft kS assure you that I have no
jcu said against me. I know
.r!. . .i.,f whih thev would
'V-frrodouDoa reflection. I
Suttl? joa are wdling to give mo a
tirhanzz. I have no regret whatever
o: ffi lUchards. an J hope that he
iflUd-c Mj only rerct is tho acci
SnaJ woaW of Mr. Coward, who.
laarrwd 10 tcar' is now oa e
lulu; i kom col. e. k
Cu s Pu-ut.S.C. Feb., 3. 168-1.
JJjJkar Friend: Midison has told
xae that Jou ar under ne impression
ih Ik;jiii and I aro angry with you.
We are no: angry with you nor have
we bf-cn anrrv with you at any time.
natural it is for all to
iincathiie with a fellow who gets
-tie hot end ot a Doker." and men are
i;t to make remarks befoxo tbejr stop
tf ;nnim intn a11 the Darticulars. It
BoAgaa had not killed Richards I would visit.
fi ii-n it on ina same oay uu
Among the contribu
lowlog: Samuel J
York. S51.S00: W
ions were the fol.
Tilden. of New
II. Uarauui, ot
L. Scott, ot
Payne, or Ohio, $20,000; Oliver- II .
Payne, Of Ohio. 31.000; W. J. Gordon
of Ohio. S5.000. V
The way to produco a smile on the face
ot a man. suffering wilb a racking cough.
is to make him a present of a bottle of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syuup. Just try it and
you will be astonished at the result.
IIOEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
L8 L Co 4th pajf
IIktnsbeuokr BUnk Cooks i
C W Yates Cheap SUndarU U'orks
Muxos Enos. & DtltOSSET Druggita
y T Joiixiox. Agt Upholstering, &c
Opera Horse Young Mrs Wlntbrop
Taylou's Bazaab Immcnscj Reduction
Business was miserably dull on the
wharves to-day. j
at this port
Tho receipts of cotton
to-day foot up 185 bales.
Nor. barque TcUmaci, Andersen,
hence, arrived at London Mar. 6lh.
Nor. barque Camilla, Sorensen,
hence, for Hamburg was off Dover,
Mar. 8th. 1
Swcd. barque Adotph Frcdholm,
Paulsen, hence, for Hamburg, arrived
at Deal Mar. 9th.
The storm signal was flying again
this morning, and there were clouds ot
dust to keep it company. It was an
uncomfortable time for pedestrians.
Mr. Robert Hcnning. formerly of this
city, but now of Richmond, has been
here for a day or
He returns to Richmond to-
Younjr Mrs. Winthrop.
The beautiful domestic play, "Young
Mrs. Winthrop," teaches husbands not
to allow even business considcratisns to
cause them to forget those duties which
are due the home-circle, and it teaches
wives that, after all, the world of fash
ion has nothing to take the place of the
home ties and associations.
M'llc. Rhea, who will appear at the
Opera House on Friday, tho 14th inst.,
ha3 made a wonderful success in
America, and has created the greatest
cnthasiasm wherever she has-appeared;
Piesident Arthur, before whom she
played at Washington, said: 'On the
stage and in society M'lle.Rhea i3 one
of the most entertaining ladies whom I
have ever met."
Swed. barque Mentor, Perrson, clear
cd to-day for Riga, Russia, with 2,610
bbls rosin, valued at $1,000. shipped
by Messrs Alex Sprunt & Son. Nor
baroue Dcodata. Andersen, cleared for
Hamburg with 3,264 bbls rosin, valued
at $4,818, shipped by Messrs Paterson,
Downing & Co. Dan barque Helgesen,
Arelsen, cleared for Liverpool with
2,023 bbls rosin and 500 bbls tar, valued
at 3.900. shipDed by Messrs Alex
Sprunt & Son: making tho total value
of exports foreign amount to $12;718.
Purl m Ball.
At a little after 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon the children of Jewish parents
in tho city, accompanied by proper
protectors, assembled at Germama
Hall and Introduced the festivities of
tho Purim Ball by a series of literary
exerci ses. followed by dancing and a
Many Years Ago .
The finding ot a number of old wharf
logs at the foot of Dock street yesterday
afternoon, by the workmen engaged
at work there, evidences' that many
years ago the line of the wharf was not
what it 13 now. This 13 a fact neither
of a startling nor of a very interesting
nature as one may go farther back than
that and think of the time, when there
were no docks and no wharves any
where about this burs., But it i3 inter
esting to note" some facts which are
still within the memory of a few a
very few, ; alas! now living. A gen
tleman resident here,; who can remem
ber as far back as 1810, tells us that in
that year the old Bank of Cape Fear
building stood on the Northwest corner
of Dock and Front streets. . He remem
bers the aspect of the building perfectly
well and also the President of the Bank
at that time, Mr. Richard Bradley,
lather of the gentleman of that name
now resident on Wrightsville Sound.
At the same time the town guard
house, a small brick building, stood in
the middle of Dock street, hall way be-i
tween Front and Water, In 1810 Doel
street was lined with houses between
Front and Water and the docfc at the
foot of the street occupied about the
same location as it does now.
The same gentleman tells us that
many years ago j Dr. " A. J, DeRosset,
the senior, a few: years before his death
told him that when he was a boy,which
was about the period of the close of the
Revolution, he remembers Dock street
as a canal or creek. : At that time there
were no buildings on Dock street and
boats used to paddle up the creek as far
as the site on West Third street between
Market and Princess, now occupied by
MONDAY, March 17, 1884.
The f imous Madison Square Theatre of New
xors, naa ine pleasure of announcing the
appearance in this cltr, of its famous
Star Company in the Charming
Society Comedy-Drama, ;
YOUNG MRS. WINTUltOP,
With S Recognized Star Artists
A STAR CAST- ALL THE ORIGINAL SCENERY.
uhuauu JEAN WALTERS,
frurifrnivNi k..t. minKT.KY.
1 11 r. 1 r Ti zzz. .v .
ADA DYAS, ,
W. n. GILLETTE,
Trices $1,75,50; 25. Sale of seats Mrnsat
Dyer's, March 14, ISSt.
JEDGERS, JOUHNALS, DAY ROOKS,
Cash Rooks, Memorandum Boots, Note.pnlt,
Eectipt and Bill Books, Check Books for the
Bank of New Hanover and First National
Bank, all perforated and new stvles. j
PAPER and ENVELOPES. ! !
i -1 i .
INKS The verysbest kind of Biack and Red
r i 1
Inks.j For sale chgap at j
Live Book and Music Store.
UPHOLSTERING AND PAPER HANGING.
j 1 1
I HAVE JUST OPENED AT 2$ NORTH
Front St.. with a complete stock of Window
Shades aad Wall Paper and ami j prepared to
do all kinds of Upholstering In a strictly firtt
class manner. I shall make a specia.ty of
overhauling old and making new Hair Mat
tresses:. A 11 1 abk is a trial. ,
mch!2- I W. T. JOHNSON, A g't.
suDDer which had been expressly pre Miss. Hart's schoolhouse. The
pared for them. The supper being fin- creek had its beginning about the , cor-
ished and the juveniles naving naa a ner 01 1 ourtn anu rnncess streets, say
M. A. A t I A 1 A 1
season 01 innocent arausemeui mey on me grounu now occupiea oy me
o o ciocK p. m.. me lauies anu geuue- can reauiiy t do naceu ai me
men of that race came into the hall and present day! by the course of
enjoyed the fleeting hours, until morn- the sewer I which begins near
ing, in tho merry dance. Tho Italian the corner of Fourth and Princess and
harpers furnished the music for tho oc empties into the river at tho foot of
casion. it was a season ot pleasure uock street. At that time the market
which all the participants enjoyed to the house, which was of brick, a small
utmost. Thera was nothincr to mar the hnildinc stand in tho. middlA nf Markfif.
there were no tramps applied for lodg. hftnn:nes3 of tha throni? and. taken al- street Ihnfc ween Front nnrl WterL hnt
DlKUb I frtofUrt ft uroo nno r f flirt m oaf rln- I mnl-i n on fr fVo Arrr fVon f Xi,rf
Wo aro requested to state - that the itehttul and successful entertainments street.- This was tire old revolutionarv
ihat-nd If he had recoTcrcd I Intended 0 '
Ina fire hundred people arm mero 1. City jIaI1 lhi3 morniD . Ono iitti0 caso
a!&Mtuo -crsai rcjoicinz over iu 01 ... . . , ... .,
!,- hTti ofonlv three men wtu"UiU,;41J wuuuw, iw iuo couaiucra
uMn.mn tho'dAcd. Of course our Hon or tho Mayor pro lan was all the
W WMMV - a 1
M business before the City Ckurt, and
! Administrator's Notice.
HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA
tor of the estate of Mrs. Louisa Nntt.il
hereby notify all persons having claims against
her to present the same to me on or before the
7th February, 1885. All persons indebted, to
said decedent will make payment to me. j
j USUAU t. X'AitSJuJiiX, Jr. 1
feb C laGw wed 1
Engagement of tho DisUngtushcd French
Supported byj Mr. WILUAM IIARBIS and
a Strong Dramatic Company, under tho fajan
agemeut of ARTHUR li. CHASE, la j i
Reserved Fcat si.ro n.i i mh..i.
location. Sale of fceats for this engagement
will open Wednesday, March 12th, at Dyers.
mch IP 4 1 . I , 1
. Just the Tiling.
rpHOSE FIRE CLAY CHIMNEY" PirES.
Make a cheap and satisfactory Chimney, es
pecially for Kitchens 1 i n ,
PARKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL,
PACKINGS , TRUNKS,
IravclliDg Bags and Saichcls. Carriages, Bug.
gles Phaeton, Carts and Drays, Saddlery
tJood3. at bottom figures. Repairing la all Us
branches by skilled workmen. h 1
MCDOUOALL A BOWDKN, '
Next to D. A, Smith's Furniture Store.
mch I( ' j j. :.
Assignee s Sale.1
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED WILL
JL Public Auction, for cash, on
f 'sj, inss., ai iu picxocK, a. m., the
a w C r-.. .
ui.raous, liquors, ctoreD lxtures, c.L la tho -store
now occupied by II. Lob,f at tho corner
of Princess and Water streets. n 1 1 :
mch 10 tds
D. CASH WELL,
' I . : A sslgneci'
on't Pay Rent.
OUILDING LOT3 IN DESIRABLE"
JLJ . -.s- ! I .. 1
localities : for tale, on tte Instalment
plan. In this
I have sold over.
one hundred and fifty Lots and ! Houses
i' 1 ' ' j 1 1 -
and Lots' to parties who have paid In full for
i .: s M . ,
them, by Instalments monthly paymcnUi
Also.I have a large number now. ou toy books
who are making regular monthly payments
and'will soon own homes andget clear of land-j
lord rule. 1 1 1
Money loaned to those wishing to build.
- Apply to I l .'!-',
mch 5 JAMES WILSON.
hour of commencing the Thursday night maginable.
eccaics will try to blow, but we
CO sort Ot Ouui. a ours nuiy,
Tbcie letters furnish abundant proof
thai Col. E. II. C. Cash was an acces
sory to the murder of Iuchards. Tho
.: . nKMail in hi lelter were
tlr... k h;m in the Drescnco ol my- services at tho First Presbyterian
self and others yesterday. He said I Church has been changed from 7:30 p
m. to 7:15 p.m. Tho regular Sunday
services commence at 11 a. m, and :30
From Mr. Geo. M. Crapon. tho
South Front street croccr, wc have re
For Raid Heads.
' 1 ,i i
riUIK WORLD CHAMPION1 WIG MAKER
JL Is! in the city and can bo found at Miss Kv
Karrer'a. The latest styles of dlair Goods at,
tho lowest prices. I am ee'IIng at retail ar
wholesale prices. Wigs. Frizzes and Switches
made in the finest style. Call and examine. 1 1
! I .
mch 6 lw
that it Ikszran had not killed Richards
h himselt wonld have killed him
withia six hoars; , that Richards
ourht to hire died. &c When
his arms wcro taken from, him
yesferday he told Capt. Richbourg
that be intended to hold the Governor
rcspoaiible for tte outrage. Tou hayo
astronz force.M said he. "and wo a
weak one. but we intend to use the
catch box." When the early morning
eaa was made upon htm Col. Ca.h bos
ti'ablr set out a ju' of corn whiskey.
a:J icsiitcd upon members of tho party
jvxaio'r him ia- drinkicc. letter in the
laj be bad drank too much, and when
be wai taken on tho train for transpor
tation tu Columbia tho Colonel was
ViUo drunk and very sick. lie. kept
cp a rusmog tire of such expressions as
ccived a can of grated pineapples, put
up in Nassau and imported into this
11.. . 1 .
country. It is intended for pi 63, ice
cream. &c. and wo aro prepared to
in accordance with previous an
nouncement there was a meeting held
in the Mayor's office at the City Hall
last night, to listsn to a speech from
Col. 13. L. Pardee; staff correspondent
I of the Now Haven Palladium, vrhb has
been in the Stato since the first ot Jan
uary, during which timo ho has devot-
markct house, from which James
Houston in 1765 was made to swear j
that he would not execute the stamp
act. It was destroyed by fire in 1846.
During its existence, however, another
market house was built.probably about
the year 1800, at the intersection of
the corner of Market and Second streets
and it was then that boats used to pad
dle up tho creek to "Mud Market".
Some years later and during the admin
istration ot the late Dr. Thomas II.
We Ask Attention
MO OUR STOCK OF
CHOICE FAMILY SUPPLIES, ,
emDraciDg every article necessary
1 - .
table, both substantial and fancy. , Wet
I' J 1'
daily additions, thereby insuring fresh goods
1 1 11 1 1
at all times. While wo make no specialty in
prices on any particular! article, wo1 sell all.
goods at tho lowest prices
ca his timo mainly to the resources,
pronounce it delicious, for we have tried Possibilities and advantages of Eastern Wright.as Intendant of the town, (prob-
iNorm Carolina, xucru was a jair
attendance composed of our best
business men and prominent citizens.
rir1 P.inlee of!CUDicd about three
S -ww. - C -ww
markets in a lew days, whero he willJnnartcrs of hour in giving his views
select a large stock of Spring and Sum- which he did in an interesting, practi
L . . . - a a. I ail
iae: "iuu have your lorty. men. out nicr goods, in consequence 01 wnicn no C3i. conversational manner, without
tiey bate to take water." "Not one ol I w:h m.kn a crcat rcducLion in nrifcea . .f tu
" - - --- - r I l I I I'lllll L 1J1 ZV LLC aiS LJ U Ula US. SL.US. - in?
Air. John Taylor, of "Taylor's Ba
zaar " expects to leave for tho Northern
ably about the year 1815) the new mar
ket was deserted and the old one was!
rooccupicd. A wing was added to the
former and it was used and occupied
as a town nail. J.1113 Duiiumg, 11 our
informant remembers correctly, was af
terwards found insecure and was pull
ed down. I !
i J. C. HUG GINS A CO.
men iu 1 star copy :.
E HAVE A FEW HAND SATClf tCT ft
Loathei, which wo will clofo
Cause of Skin Diseases.
ttea will dare to stand Ho before mo at 7 . " r. anyeuuHwauuuip uuij
teapaccj.n "I dare any of them to I for ai3 g0003 DOW OQ DaDU- &ee aa- speaker bad studied his subject thor
cettmeattcn Daces." Early in the I ti .ctt I nnchlv nnd was able to rtresent his
J.m . , . .. rt . . I lUOUaTWOllUMUft(,WWUUl,unilj a J
v-mu was quuo suauiu suu , ., . VT ,rr . idnoa In cnfh ft wat L4 tn win thnntfpn. n .i.;m Kn onmi ni.n.::.ni ik.f
cccrteoaj. After his arrest be became iuuir ivur. oa n u i ui naict b 1 1 x v - -.-j - iu wuucu uj owmo jsiuaua vuan
eabiuertd. He admitted during tho They ha vo paved from the beginning at tion and interest of his auditors who the great prevalence of skin -diseases is
57 that be had attempted to escape Market street clear through and across were instructed by what he said and due to the extensive use of aniline dyes
iroa L.e bouse in order to warn "oggan ; frof mi ftrn wnri-;ncr nn. much pleased with his method of ira- hn the manufacture of under clothimr.
between the latter and Chestnut street, pressing his views upon his listeners . in many instances annoying cases of
and have already covered a considerable He spoke ot the entnusiasm in regara to skia! disease have been traced directly
i portion of the distance. the South, and this State in particular, to the poisonous influence of the aniline
' L!k UtA knnn anrtlronful in iVia M nrt K. I . l 1 i 1 .1 -.1 1 ?J
tU succttxJcdinjrett og out he would A correspondent of the London ElccA. nnnnU(nrHS of thQ disolavs at fh nfWr- b.
LATH m Lk. I 1 sV V K t 11 I . . - . .1 .w- -w- I IfUtU JM mw w wmsm
I sfkl US liCll. UUk SkU At. . Ait. I M m mm e IKa Ia! AittinfV anVaAll I
IWa pot the drop cm him too quick- "Mthe Atlanta. Ga , and Boston. ia the course of a few days after i pot-
H. After Cul. CVhA rffarntfoin of remeuy lor tooiuacue; uu a emau Ma pxcositions and dwelt
4 V.kij; qualities it excited surprise piece of zinc and a bit of silver (any ... h Dride upon the
AM 1 Mt m. ... m, - . k . I
s u itt sri r in nprniv i n t Tin i ;i.At tvi 1 inn
- - m mmm " I BIS. CIS. LU1U 11 HI UUi M UW
In Plush and
out BELOW cdsT.
Come In and sec what an exiulitoi bag fl
Munds Bros. & DeRosset.
1 Dealers in Drugs and Fancy Goods. '
12 Cakes Fine Toilet Eoap, 25 ccnJ. 1 !
tojeave. A notable feature ol Colonel
vajb s conversation was tho frequent
.Col. Cash was at times quite frank.
He ia:J to one of the narty that if he
Tobacco Selling Fasti ,
' 1 : a-
w?0ft BOXES AND CADDIES SOLD with-
u"v I nil '
In three weeks. I li
2D Boxes and Caddies to closo consignment,
v arious Rrands from 20 cents npwar!(.
With a small
of silver (any
ttgl taj. drcppcJ hi, wpoU, ,0 Vido oftho .fflict'ed fan. W ih,
sM when he lounil bo was covered ., . ,, .
fcfMr.iVarsoa'arilllo. In manv wavs silver on the other, by bnngmg the
V1- tuh's reoaiion as a hero and ed ires together tho small current of
-l!rF Lxs nffercu from the cxpen- electricity generated immediately and
list two ThftClftlnnol . . . L -t
m4to soce of his ntsTn TTotTcr : painiessiy stops me utuacoe.
... . . ......
ii.:....n.irA.um Air ' .inhnsnn. ine unnoiusieri
f 'wiu uu uiuu iiLcuuiii 1 . - - "
etprtij;oo. One sAntcnpe in reran! I nrl naner hsn?er. hjvs returned to the
city and bt) has como to "stay .7 His
Dlace of business is at, No. 28 North?
Front street, where ho may bo found
IS Market Street I
wrvice f his capUrs a letter
Hr'fi M Umpired lor publicaUon
i lbe mcer or Richards. In
hc e"r eexbibi-i his usual freedom
iXh0 ovcrcor was that he bad "never
dvV ppsoawhowas worth a
fs,,w Jc Governor's active measures
rr:ccP&n evidently did
zo:. 13 t Ifejja n's father.
t J: L!E. March 10-SoIicitor New-
co u here, has received
with much pride upon
contributions made by our own Stato
to tho latter. He also spoke
of the importance of the coming State
Exposition at Raleigh, and urged the
necessity ot having every county and
township represented then by its pro
log on the aniline dyed nanneis an an-
noyiug itching results, with fiery !pim-
j pies, and minute whitish scales. When
the use of the garments in question 13
discontinued recovery usually follows
in a short time. The ready removal
by soap and water of the color of any
bright garment shows the dye to be of I
WE GIVE EOTTOM PRICES QX
BOOTS Sc SHOES
- 1 - - 'i
Good bottoms to stand on. Easy wearing
. . . TT . 1
Curing ousmess nours. 110 u kAt!,;nn fn hn held at Raleigh next
em machine for pickiqg curled hair lor October, gives promise of being an in-
mtrrasv with whH.h ho can, take the atrumentalitv of ureal value to the
ducts, so that thoso from the North who very qW grade, and being freely soluble
hould attend would be able to form an jt au tn0 mor0 pernicious. When a
adequate idea of the resources of the 5 Gf any suspected scarlet garment is
different sections. washed in water bt ammonia the color
At the cose of Col. Tardee remarks' will be dissolved if it be cochineal, but Hon T? Trmoli AV Snnc
Iiesolvcd. That because the State Ex- ja tne former case the carment may be
safely worn; in the latter J it should be
avoided like any other poison.
goods giving solid comfort an! place you on
a firm foundation. Try ns and see If we can't.
108 NOUTH FRONT ST.
mch 11 '
?r Col. Caih. now in Colum- dust and kinks out of an old hair mat-
X:Al fc,e M o out a writ of hadcas tress mu
tress much quicker than we
See ad. -,;
can tell it.
Jntinn imt n rTYt" rf I . .1 omrnv .mMm in St
. ... v -mrm m . .Ill II AUU lllllfl W
bas i'JC; f atiorney-generai Jacobs Oil. the great pam-reneving ana
future of North Carolina, it is the mani
fest dntv of the people of every city and
county of our Commonwealth to lend it
a helping hand.
hoUnnwVw .rzrr-r: V?? o.icu. heaHDgremeay.
t,,-J1 m geuing up me
th.V' r u Columbia.
frrea wuh the ra a lt ihw.
"ica LO tntV
Supreme Court. (
The followinz discussions were ren
Deipingnano, - ... ' f dercd in the Supreme Court on Mon-
Hesolved. That the civic authorities of . . .
Wilmington and the commissioners of aay. :
New Hanover county are hereby re-1 Elisha Forter vs. Dawson T. Dur-
i i oncsLeu ia Latwu suca cany atiiuu nam. rrnm ronaerz prrorr mamem
Wo invito the attention of urcitizens shall make certain ajPj1 lJ reversed and proceedings quashed. ' .1
... . .. --m. i. I al. A- airI;rhrT v V. IV- Kerr.fl
ner. administrator, from Richmond;
City Drag Store.1
VEIil MAS MAT EE HIS OWS COOK,
ho I to the fact that first quality shirts advantages0f the territory within their
i Ki V rw in .1 in 1 1 1 mi uci a. l. iiiiu uuiid. m aaj i roeniwtT iuq l ti t-i cu i minnv
retnrn. I . . . . i I T . m .
v.lUar.CapLmchbonr7 who Wilmington Shirt Factory. tt-1 Itcsolval. That the thanks of this error; judgment of tho Superior Court
iabmitierf . ?fJr urf' !Tno I k meetinz be and aro hereby returned to .Jl, A -A , rtu c
ircuoimr,1: No w is the time to give Smith's Worm I col. Pardee for his excellent and in-1 T V4 """
sna from r.'?"
but every man cannot prepare his own xaedl
cine. Call at the "ew Drnz Store" and har
it preparea Dy I
La. fine lot ol cisrara ana Clnrettes jnet re
ceived, i ; men 8
i - i
i TUST RECEIVED AN AS SOUTH EN I OT
CUPS AXD SAUCES3 for decoration.
"Mess Mullet'V ,
j A W "FLORIDA riSH ROE" at retell
UuCK AND ROE SHAD" can be foundat
oar Fish 3Iarket tho season throuih, atd
ther'sprinr Fish as they come la. I ' 1
fcbH DA VI 8 Jb RON1, j
N. A. STEMIAJf, Jr., !
; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW j J j ! . . '
Omce on Princess, between Trnrit anl !u.J
on-i sirecis, in ine casement of RuiMln? No.
iit'J1 oM VoimMrfj Building, WILMINO-j
ton, . c - 1 - - 1 . i I
Practices in all the Crfrain! ami
Courts of New Hanover, Bladeo, Colombos,
reuuer ana xjrunswiCJt counties. j 1 1
Home's Garden Oysters
RE CONCEDED TO BE THE BEST.
They are to be had only at Use Old North
btate Saloon, No. 6, South i ront St. il i
Ico cool Lager Beer a specialty. Tho bcit
Whiskey and purest Wines sold la the city; i
Clgcrsasgoodasthebest. Caii and bo cm
Tlnced. t febSJ
I Sell all Kinds
ilOCNTBr PRODUCE ON
plan for the further
I j d-w ! strnctiye address.
Court clerk affirmed.
GILES A MURCmSON,
Highest market prices rnarasteclasdproisrt
remros.l A. W. RIVJtNBAUK. 4
Produce Com muslcn Merchant and Lircccr. '
1U North Water St, Wilmington N.C. i
Refers to Bank ox New Hanover.
xeu S3 I
ia GoTemer Thorn Oil.