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MISCELLANEOUS
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OVER 18 TEARS
Cholera.
FurTcyr-oorat ; Hon. Vcw-
Trajurjr, ana mncri.
I ' .inb.it'e. Sole Pror.Vtor.
"-'f miltS A.VI0CICR CCM
mp., r. h.
liALTlM".
Vital Questions!!!!'
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o! :iuy 11 " - " . v ., .
i i ..nii.l inr ) ml 'ill.lt ...
in
vi n f the nerves, curing al
... .!.'; ..! i
i !r : ike nuresuiiiz Lep ai-
in1""
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V,'.'nin-v will teUyo unhesitatingly.
fvnii .uf Hups!!!"
CHAPTEU I.
-k any or all of the mott eminent
es!,.5f.l"the kidneys and urinary organs ;
sceh as Briirht's disease, diabetes, re
'n'ioH, or inability to ivtam uriup,
ju-i all die diseases and nilrae,nts pecu
?Hr to Woman"
' "ml they will lellyoa explicitly and
eapha'k-ally "Bucra!!!"
the same pnyscians
Vhat the mos: rc-liable and sur
cure for all liver diseases or dyspep
constipation, indigestion, b'liou?
resk malaria.' fever, ague, &c and
tiwv will tpil-yyi:-
iliwlralc ! or Dandelion!!!!9'' .
Hence, when these remedies.are combined
i'h others eijaHll7 valuable.- 1
An-lcomimuinlod Into' Flop RlHers, Fuch a
Tortderf il ami m-atcrloiii cvrratlve power is
,:e.elOel whtcrt U so vaMed In Its operations
tht no ilise.ase or 111 health can possibly exist
or resist Us powvr, Hni yet it 13
HirmleHB tor th m't frail woman, weaVest
lav:iit'l or sinnl?8t chiM to iis.
CIIAlEH II.
Patients
"Almost !m1 or nearly dying."
t'lrvears, A.d cive.i n; by prtyplclar.s. of
r,r!?lit's an'f other kidney disease, liver com-
i,'!nt, severe coughs, c ulea ' cqpsump'lon.
have iR-en cured . ..
fFiwicn gone jicarlj crazy I I ! I
rrom airony of neurilifU. nervousncfis,
vatenilnein,1 and various diseases peculiar to
women . . ,
People ilriwn- out' f shape from cxcruda
ttijr p ings of Theumatlsm, lnlltmniaiory aud
chronic. r ttufrertng 1 ro-n pcroful.
Errbinelaa! ."
"jiitrheum. bl od poisoning, .dyspepsia in
(IVjsUob and. ia- fa5t. almost all diseases
Mir ... ... .
Nature l he'r to
Have been cured by Hop Bitter, proof of
whlah can be found In every neighborhood In
t if Vnown world.
. Hi' Sotic genuine without n bunch of gr en
IIkob on tbe white "label. Stum all the vi!e,
Apnoua s;uff with., .Hop" oi Hops" in
iu:vr mme. : June 1 1m d&w nrm
FITZ-EDWARD ON SHIRTS!
A shirt is a very humble gar
went, but after all it has a great
'leal to do with" a man's happiness.
V hat misery arises frevm an ill.
.-.-;tting bosom, a bad-fitting neck
h;w3, an 'undomfortaUayoke; or
iJeeves-too short or too long.
uf; now I will be comfortable
a"d happy, I have, found the shirt
that always fits- "The Diamond."
the tangled thread of life's ex
igence henceforth will be smooth.
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td idtnt0?? notcepit, Jcnd hi address
more jr A Uler & (-o. sole manufacturers, lialti-
WW 3ati
cftt.nim
' SEAL ESTATE- UNDER HOETGACE.
B
v VIRTUE AND" IN PUUSUAVCB OF
neWwcrt contained in a certain mortgage
ttade Marcil 'h. 1S79. and registered In Cook
Pige S5t, by Adam Brown and wife
urown, to D. J. Saut-dera, Gurdl-
' tbe "rilgned as attorneys 'or P. II. Dar-
!lll2nirt3enlv1&raian of w- T. Johhson,
n u0niVur?1.c uct,oa "'r cash, at "e
0VSock M Semte city of Wilmington, at 12
,uiioin . "U .u.n,,iiy. July jh, IS
. "iuuuat. .in v lAtn ik i xittr-
ern k,,, frioea premises, viz: The
lto hrJ2:.KMock No. 224, accord-
"UlClll Dlan of f itv Wllmlntrtrtn.
taut ati21?n Seven'o street and 165 feet on
unions. Butter. Lemons.
IC3T EKr-IVING BV A. C. WSE.A. S.
V fit
?"anu52r &U if w M n " wll r be sold low 1 n
W'll5' 8)0 bttiu- v Meal. 75
'Ac.0"1 Ffour. Virginia Joar. Bacon. Laid
jnaais '. . . k. G. blair. .
4 1 fW
TheDaily Review.
Oh .when, is my darlin boy.' to
ntght?' Ae r? mt quite cvitdii ihai we are
.. . ruhf, .
And maybe we mUht he wrung
ut we lirmly belie v- that tho boy is
out late
Recauj-e ho is swinging on
gate.
somebody's
Scnuebodi-'s
: know-
rate ah, wtU do we
W lot ik,
... ..Vv luJ"i I ii hi pastime are
v v u i.ever ft r'et 'tis years ago
Si net: we swun on th.it wotded
bar:
Nor did we sup( ct that
late
Wa .cut stretches-1 while
foniebody's iraU.
the hand of
&winginr
Oil
The old, ld j-tory, but
'tr lalh'fr appeared
ever nw-r-
tiii Hie S(!Hie.
ll3 locks were wet with
the tali in
i le hntked liko a monster marine.
And the bull-dog oh. we can never re
late What' happened wbda swinging on
somebody's ca'e. .
New York Journal.
Ilaleigh liciilster.
THE CANDIDATES.
STAT K SUPEKIKTEND E N '4'
OF PU11LIG 'INSTRUCTION
Sidney ailtcbael Finder.
As our reade-s know, the UeqUlsr,
judging Mr. Scarborough by the re
sults accomplished since he entered
upon the discharge of thy duties ot ihe
office of Superintendent ot Public In
struction in North Carolina, is of opin
ion that he bfc proved himselt a wire,
faithful and efficient offiet-r. Th-i Rcij
islcr. however, is hnppy to know and
believe alo, ih'it, his successor will
prove equally ffioient and equally
abundant in good works
The office i3 truly a most important
one. Indeed, uponjthe manner in which
it is idled, it may almost be said, de
penus the destiny oi tlie state, and we
congratulate the State, that it has at its
service a gentleman so well qualified to
succeed, worthily so able a superinten
dent as Mr. Scarborough. . And in this
opinion the litgiste'' is by no means
alone. The very handsome vote Major
h imrer received on the lirst ballot on
Thur day, and the overwhelming one.
almost unanimous, it may be called,
he received cm the second ballot, gave
convincing proof of the esteem in winch
he was held by one ot the largest and
most intcllkent representative bodies
ever assembled in North Carolina. In
deed, nrhigher praise con Id be award
ed him than that he was thought wor
thy to succeed Mr. Scarborough.
Major Sidney Michael Finger was
born in Lincoln comity," North Caro
lina, tm May 21, 1837, and is therefore
now in the prime of life. He obtained
his preparatory education for college at
the Catawba IIih School and graduat
ed at Bowdoin College, Maine, in the
Spring of 1861 in time to make his way
through the lines and enter the Con
federate army shortly after his arrival
at home. He entered the army as a
private in. the Eleventh Regiment of
North Carolina troops and continued
in active service till 1863, when he was
appointed controlling quarter-master ot
North Carolina. which post he filled
till the close of the war. At'er th-3 war
he took charffo of Qatawa High School
with Dr. J. C. Clipp, and proved him
self to be a ripe e eholar and an excellent
disciplinarian. He continued m charge
of this school s me ci2ht years until de
clmin; hea'tli forced the adoption of a
less, sedentary -lile, after which : he
entered the mercantile business at
Newtor) and prosecuted it with success.
He represented Catawba county in"
the General Assembly of North Caro
liua in 1874-'5, and Lincoln and Cataw
ba counties in ihe Senate m 18i5 '7 and
n 1881. He was Chairman of the
Committee during all his. services in
ihe Assembly, and showed a thorough
knowledge d our common school sys
tem. He had the honor of introducing
and securing the securing the passage
of the first School Bill passed after the
Democratic party secured entire con
trol of the Government of North Caro
lina. AH thef-e posts of trust and honor he
fihed with rreat satisfaction to his con-
stituen's.
Maior Fintr comes therefore not
unprepared for the hijrh and important
ilntiix thai, will devolve uooll him in
January next, and the State may con
gratulate itself that the eor d work ot
promoting and advancing ihe eansc of
education will go on without, hH or hin
drance under the inc ming administra-
ti'n. ...
-But it is not qierdy because Major
Finder has proved hi.nst ff a successful
educator that we. feel s tmro he will
proye a Yuccesslul "Superintendent ot
Public Inslrnetiop, but because, as
wc'l, he has, proved himself a man i f
most excitant administia ivc and exec
utive ability. In a word, becaus of
the combination in him of ihe quality
of an excellent 'sehol mas'er with
those of a mot sucf esful man ot wf
fairs, of capital common sense, judg
ment and discretion.
Again we congratulate the Slate on
the nomination ot Major Finger to Ihe
most important office in the gift, of our
people, . '
Cheerful Conversation
is ono of the pleasantest amenities of
life. But a fluent talker whose "gems
.r tf.rn.ffhL" rtrnn from lirs which dis
close yellow teeth -going to rack and
ruin, makes less impression than ho or
she' jlherwise would. Bear this m
mind, conversational t.s, .and Jend
all led force to your utterances by Seei
ink vour teeh white and pure viin
SOZODONT, wholesotiiest and tnt
thorough of tooth preparations, wnicn
removes tartar, renders the , gurus
hi althy and purines the breath.
' ll Lusted One ICound.
. Charl. s K. Jones sat moodily In the
piMed ttil.ui ot hi,; V ha?h avenu r tt
kirl jiwaitimr hercming. and tyonder
inat 'her-luorc than usual J an! mesa. ;
r,Sapristi V1 be exclaimed, which is
the only : correct oath . known to our
'W : ' ' ' '
ine Itatim-npcra craze. VI bare arm-k-;
etl Mnectgarette afreadj.- She usual
ly ccmuc only ix for n on.ing toil, t."
Ar tin motiient Claire . Suceoah
rcs.led ini ihe n om, replendan in a
sati .xdowu opeia cioak 'and white
bat . . , ; f
A?o you Koing to a matihee i ma
queradeFV grimly inquired th surpris
ed young mnh; " 1
I only vvanted to hnwyoti my new
opera outfit; I hope ..u'vh gtt i good
La for I1 TrovHtote. Tha wu hatl
theother evening wi re horrid atthoiuh
1 didn't iniiid i; s much, because then
my new hat hadn't come lnrn."j
Claire. moncd the oun man.
irazing round with th- despairing ex
pression oi a hunted animal, . fare ytm
arc sou aware that my salary is only
lto pep month? - j
"What do you mean, Mr. Join's?"
and the capricious beauty drew herself
tip rtaugiiuiy.
Dertrest t-ontinueit C'larliW K.,
whde his voice trembied with lppresy
ed aj;ony and the great beads tt per-pi-ratio'i
uatitered upon his pahs brow,
"do on know wliat a balance sheet is?M
'It's one ,f those tiresome lb vu,s
pafia brir.ys home Inmi the di?ii.lkry
somet tines. pouied Claire. !
'"J.et. me show jou minVlor March,'
and with unsteady tinge n he produced
t tie following manilet:
Salary advanccl, le.-s 5
Keeping ratssenger b y
in lino, nine hours at
50 cents $ 4.50
Two seals lor spectators 60 00
S 02.50
Bouquet fur C S. (tube
roses) White tie.
While gloves .'
Cupe
Tip to u?lier.
Two camp stools (seats
being duplicated).. . ..
Supper at Mason Doree
Amount rai.edon watch
Balance borrowed of
Tom Williams. .... lv
8 00
1 00
2 50
15.00
1. 00
5 00
8.50
10.00
3 00
Total .105.50 105 50
"And what do all those stupid figures
mean?" yawned Claire.
It means, my poor darlingit means
that Heaven -help me it means that
we cnt go to hear Patti again nntil
next month. But there's a rattling
good show at the Tivoli and" 7-
'The Tivoli. indeed!" scornfully
hissed the insulied beauty.' "Hence
forth, George K. Jones, vvo meet as
strangers. I shll go with Billy Crock
ery "
It was too much.' With the low, in
articulate nioati ot a breaking heart.
Chailes K. Jonas fell a bankrupt
corpse at her feet.
"lie putup pretty well forone round,"
muttered Claire, as she turned ) on an
alarm for the Coroner, '"but he, didn't
have the wind to last-" Chicago lri
bune.
To most children the bare suggestion
of a dose ot castor oil is nauseating.
Why not, then, when physic is neces
sary for tho little ones." use Avar's Ca
thartic Pills? They combine every
essential and valuable principle of a
cathartic medicine, and being sugar
coated are easily taken, j ,
Kerclmer & Calder Bros.
WHOLESALE i
UOCPiKS AND COMMISSION Merchants,
oner for sale a full line of
hLOUIi, &I.UAK, COFFEE,
BAOO, -SALT. MOLASSES,
KICK, MKVL, LAHD,
OltN, OATS, HAY,
SNUFF, S. 1A, TOTASH,
LYE, bTUlCH, SOAP,
OEACKKUS. CANUY, CANDLES,
IKXJP 1UON, (il-l'K. KIVETS
NAILS, BUNGS, MATCHES,
I V PEli, BAG-, BUCKETS,
Axle Grease, POWDER, TIES. Ac.
ant 7
inly 11 lw
Dr. Moil's Powders
N
EVEK FAIL TO CUBS
INFLMM AT-
tlon of the Kidneys. Gravel. Gleet. Stiict
ure3 an4 ail Urinary diseases. Nervous and
Physical l'eblliiy. genital Weakness and ad
those nntold m scrips ansd bv lndtsretion
orEscjsscs. yiJidl in all its forms perma
n ntly c ircd. V el low o- Brown spots on face
inJ boilyS'ore 1 hroat and Nose, Scrofula, Old
Sorr-s, Eczema, Tetter and aU Blood and "'k.in
diseases. Uriaary diseases cured in 3 day.
"rlc 3. Enc ose the raom'V tc FRANK
STEVx NS A CO , Ita'timore, Md.. and it will
Ihj pent by mall waled. jljtr;8rl by ll.tliug-'
il ts; sent by mall jnly 7 Utwly
Wagon etter
I?0i WKIGUTVILLE SOUD, wiU leave
.- .-"-('; -. " . . i . T .
sv tbei lin.l's stables D AILV at C P. M. sharp,
lteturcing, willlaTe funiat 7 A. M. sharp
jutie25lf T.J SOUTUEItLAN'l.
North Carolina Resources
'-14
"One of the most useful Bertes' ot dccrif
tive books ever publisher alnrut any State
Boston Post. ' " ' -i " - -
Hale's Industrial -Series.
Two Volumes, ow Ready.
1. Thts Woods 'A5r Tiibess op Soktb
Carolina. CuxtlSTs; Eramonn', and Kerr's
Botanical Report supplemented by accurate
County Reports of Stan ling Forests, and illus
trated by an excellent M ip of th 'tate.
1 Volume limoj Cloth; 273 rp.. tl.25.
- Al. In Tns Coax, and Iron counties or
No,kth Carolina Emraoas. Kerr, Laid
ley's, WUkes. and the Census Keportsf sup-nk-men
ted by full and accurate sketches of the
Fifty six Counties and Map of the State- ; .
. 1 Volume li mo. Cloth. 425 pp., $1.50.
- Sold by all BookseUera, or mailed postpaid,
on receipt of the price, by . .
-' Je J. HALE A son;
Publishers. Booksellers and Stationer. f
. .... : New -York!-
r P. M HALK, Publisher. RaleLta. H C
kept fl.
gDYa AND GIRLS, YOtJ I'AJ G.T Bldl
BoUlar our flr paper. 50 sheet, fl ; retails
accents per thett - v.
v- UOajLT IMLPER COV I
' - - WC North Ave
juaoisim , Cochester, K. X '
S - F - q L MO J&r f I
i nsoMfto j- ta m B
NEW AD VEIt:TlcaigVTK.
By the ; Light of -Day.
PAST IMPQSSIBliniSsf TBI FACTS OF THE
FRESIIT-HUP IF! THE HEW ERA
I remember when tbey were putting tip
the pole "for the first telegraph Bre in tbe
Mate of New Tork, and bow look 'the 1 e r ex
claimed a citizen of iha rneti spoils to his
friend aa tbe two sloot on the enmmic of the
all Equitable Budain i nrAaway. "Tlie
4ty U strunc with win like a h arp. atd lec
trie cnmruuEJcatUi. U thQ ..Uily miracle of the
wor.l. 1 eowie no lofgyr won.ier and lauh at
it tu t;ey rttt at Morse when h? Bret tujtjrcst
rti itposMHty."... . , ' 88
The agn inarcJus on ah.l prejulloe must jrlre
way ol.idyh a ti..noHly of truth vn
ih conRerva, gulM or phynlcians admit
that the secrem .f n,eh t c re shared hr all
,nen , . ?reB f kU wuuimI and Gol beaHI
tibii," ail otl Gln OiHftttiHt tcnibledis
CHe. Kheumulsm. s rU-p.l to be a feldrt
in?t lcl ailment, no r attacking the joints
ndn.-rthrtmu.cie4 Todix it U demonstra
lea m oe a aiseaae cf t h itLOOD
Mrs Henry Kgert. of o Si tlin i; ve
-U'1 Mroofelyn, N. Y writes to Me-era. Mia
.f York' proprietors of PAR
KtR S TunIC that' hf had m-cn completely
tiUbiei irom liheumadni an t pain in ihe
t rk and liml wms a-tvirvt to take the
loMO for Kitlnty disease ftLc tul eo. a.r.1
hor Rheumatism ii -appeared. he reason 1a
-:mili ti.-je Kt'tncxK irol-.ic rheumat
ic iiipteais Cure thim and no destroy ncu
mulix This la nwr a-lruitt i i-y all i-iu 111
ge..t phTtictana. It is the n w ll?h hr-jwn
op their lime-wnm rri inistttcn tneories.
PARKER'S TONIC wUica is a combination of
tbe best - rem .tiles for the blool known t
science, la university mccessful in combat
iagthis terribly common comrl&int. Thote
who. like Mrs uogert, eufler from Kldey ot
Liver liseases Or any complaint arising f r.!ii
Impure blood. wiU find the Toxic a prompt
and certain remedy. Prices. ;ec and flf er
ooitie. 1 n larger size ine cneapcr.
june 11 lm nrmd&w
The Mayo House,
A.T FORT FISUER' IS ONE OF THE
mutt pleasant lesorts In tbe State. THE FIN
EST BATHING, BO iTlNG AND FtSHISG
FACILITIES. Best Liquors and Cigars. Fish,
Shrimps, Clams and ' errapins ser . ed in every
style. T CHARGES VEBV. MODERA1 E.
Parties sroirg down on Steamer Passport can
epend about six hours at the Point und retnrc
same day Those wishing to gj outside to fish
on Southern r;ock will h-:ve '.o remain oyer
night Van leave the city at 4 o'clock, in he
afternoon, on steamer Louise, and return next
evening. Mrs. Mayo wUl look af .er the com
fort of Ladles. W. E. MAYO.
june 10 1m
THE GREAT RUSH
FOR THAT
$1.00 SCUPPERNONG !
IS EEMABKABLE.
It Is a STRICTLY PURE WINE, and wc
arc selling it at $1 because wc PURCHASED
AT A SM aJlL FIGURE.
CLARET WINE,
50c per bottle.
Just the thirg for warm weather.
EOYSTER'S CANDIES .
are far ahead of any Candlc3 sold la this mar
ket for PUR TT, FRESHNESS and WHOLE
SOMENESS. 33 rents per pound ; 3 pound
i . ' .
for .
P. L. BRIDGERS & 00.
HO North Front St.
july 8
S3. OO I
QUU SALES OS TH03E THREE-DOLLAR
tuKGSEiS for Gents have surpassed our
most sanguine expectations. But wc fcave a
plenty of them left to supply the demand
all and get a pair. (
BARGAINS in Ladles and. Children's LIP,
PERSand Gents TJtW QU RTEREI) 8HOES
at
Geo. R. French &'8ons,
108 NORTH FRONT -STR KET.
iuly 8 . ., . . ;
C. W. Yates,
BOOKSELLER AVp STATIONER
119 Market St . Wilmington v: C
&chKl feooks ant ?chooI Supplies, Blank
Bool g of every description la stock and made
to order, when desired. ...
' Fancy Goods. Albania, Picture?, Frames,
Musical Instruments Ac- ;
Bibles Hymn Books, Prayer Pooks, Sun
day Sdhdot Books, Ao.
Lithographing and Engraving a-specialty.
1 . -. . .i.t 1 . . ......
"pedal rtiscourt to -tetchers an 1 mcr
chants." ' ...- -.. - - it
, . . ... ..."
, Don't end oft for yonr Sei09l or OflLie. Sup
plies. We can give you bott6m prtca and
tave von freight. ' . . , .
Lanre stock of Wrapping Parer JimV Paper
Bags always o hand. -..,jultr 7
Window S had es.
'. 1 Z ' ... 1
J-EW STOCK OF TRANSPARENT. AND
other' sty lead new. AUo, hew arrival of
.PARLOR.,., ,. . .
CH AMBER and ' ' . '
plXINQ ROOM
" ' 1 URN I TUBE.
Call and examl-ic prices ml terms.-. .--
-' ! D A. SMI ' H. 1
- v Furnltnre Dealer, N. front Street
Every Farmer ught to get "Buy
Clipper Plosr.' greatest invention ot
the a. . Jacobi u the . f
itISCKLJJLNOUs5f
At 20q, 25c,
BLACK JERSEY3y-S J
A F -T.it
We have established such i.or vuices
thm 0 eel v. Compare them with anything fn lite luarktt,
$1.50, 2.50, 2.75, 3.00 arid 3."50T
MOSQUITO. NET (iood
CORSETS !
Alinot any
USES ULSTEUS -
WHITE LWX ROBES
EST Turkish Rath Soi1. ,
jolyT, 1884 ; 5;
WE WIlA-COMMESCE OUU I'SiIaI.' :-
SEMI-ANNUAL CLOSING QyJiL;iSAIi'
OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Spring andiSummer Q '
From this day we shall give most astoriishing , har-
gains so that we may be able to make a
, clean, sweep
:.. 1... :i -.
LKi'itm'
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER.
114 MARKET ST
july
Iff .'t
1 MMMi m mm.
"I?Pliiij Si'.. 'A -
Ciliiv:, VMiii,
'tSTSend for Oatafcuo. j "
i ' s .... . .t t . T, . - -
mch li dAw ly , I ' J
as Arrived I
FRESH SUPPLY OF THAT delicious
GRATED PLNB APPLE by to day's N. Y
Steamer. ' Also, another lot of that A No. 1
MIXED TEA at 60c per pound! (China Cup
.. .
and Saucer given with every pound) 300 pounds
''
sold In two weeks. Remember I keenohiag
bat tho very best first-class goods. - Fresh sup
ply every week. Call and examine at jCrapon's
Family Grocery;
GEO. M. CRAPON, Agent,
Fami'y Grecer,
2 .f mth v
mch' 26
23 .Hontb Front
-f-
LAWN CHAIRS,
j-OUNGEi,
STUDENT'3 CHAIR;?,
-
. llAMMOCUSi'
MaUresscs, rt indow Shades, and an elegant
line of Cnambcr, Parlor and" Dining Room
I !-
Suits. . Fcr sale jby
THOS. C CR1FT. Afet..
. Furniture Dealer,
i : ' 23 So. Front 8t
july 7
JACKSON & BELL,
, .1 - -.-.
Water Rower Printers
A51-
BOOK-BINDERS:
We have tbe
jinst complete; etablfh
meat of tbe kin
iid to be found in r. Wiliiilng
ton, and Kuaraiitee all our ;worat tjaoni
In first cla-ss ttylesind on -r.bsbnabte tenitKn
Send in your orders during the dolt tea.
son, and have tbuiu .executed at XI t low est
possible prices. ' " t
It is
a Fact That
nUMPTIRKYL ."JESKtNS & Ct f keep a
fiebb suimlv everv sa of AP'iiw,earh-
s, Pew, WhOrtleberrtes, t berries, Torr.a-
Ucs. 'Watermelons n r i amaioupes:'-a;fco
Clvickenaftfd tgFS Ac
ConIjrnments kt thea
nslirnments k'f the"aKve bollclte! ata sat
ftf c.ihtu gura4kpd. Gire os trial 1 all we
ask. . No. 112 Sooth Front St.. j
- '-T - -
CONUNDRUM.
,TfrUY IS TITK ;TEAMEB PASSFOBT
like a Stilng Bind?: Because, It cincot ;io
without It Hafpeir
rAKUGS, TKitruaiM, soars,
FANCY"
I aTl-to' leV-A rtwte.-Jt-i.
FrescilPUODsaspcsa iy ai
aiav lUt I '.nerona aa
S;it t s
The Excursion aflctPib;Nic
ciEAns is uw om Hi) rwwj
O Tlsltlnc tn- rlty. the SofttwU or "lalthTdlc.
an t in meed fr;it-CLs w.rk wiitl dj web
t call on
JOHN! W iJBNEK
the well known Parber and Perfumer at his
Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon.
JfO. 2V MAKKET
weere be will spare bo paixut la gtylpsatu
faction ti all. comeBu see.
MISCKLLAKlrlOU.
SUS, B5cl "1 ;T V-
(for good puaij(y) that wp arc selling
article of Iu-e Nct'lOt inchtrs. a
style you vh. - COR.lK V
All gTJand IzcO
AreTOn-feWIoimJic'ttpif, r 3 '
9
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of everything.. '
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r. R. iirNCKLER, Pcc.
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i.v. r"l".t.V. .V Ira fniintur 1?slliu.il WhmMrlltiftirfl':'
n-.tii i.-ioca, lrt aiiitr, Counu-r uruort, A )
rUriientiou Uil riper. 1 -
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" ' ' ; ' '
Now YoxM & Viining:tpn
Steamship, Co. -
FROM PIER 34, EAST RIVER, NEW YORK
At3 0VU)cfc, P. 5l. -
REGULATOR.
Saiucday J uly 5
BENEFACTOR......... ..Saturday, July 12
lficGbl4ATOR,.,..V.vat4fiTJli1y 19
BENEFACTOR Satuxday,v Jnjy "20
BENEFACTOR .....arday jjuly 5
jiqyiTORvv;.;....! AVdarJuly 15
BENEFACTOife....r...7...frdiy 7txf 30
UKU 0 LATOl. . . . atBtiU Jply 20
Tbroujrh t ;Bllla,wJLAdtrii .asd.. lowest
Through Rates guarantee;! toiaad U0m.i'olsu;
ro 'F relght or Paxxajreapplito, . rl
4 ' . ' 5.1 Tu!wy-New .
may 1 1 v'--' ....
Mortgage l&alb.
BTftrCV? OF "TifF IOiWJ Ua LK
i-ontalnrf in ar- nefttda Tr4 iL mertjtaro
InnJeby Wi I T Fremont wi.w4Xe,t W,tr W.
,v. tHrmalnr rceorleH la. ltwwlk, canity.
f fn rtH'Yv Pg 3 tm 30 ofube rdUac oL JU g
?o?r m iieti, a wtii(uvsiktmigaicet ami
t':rtMt thereby ired.tw.a- rn uu. $mri
of aA-tinmcft. trawMerrcl ti WlUSjtnM urn .
tiirr;''iherui4lertKn U-as AtlTrBr J sal'l
VVfflwm M -Cbrnw vllt ixpim -loraaW to
tf. Mfcbhn WiPtcr ior- etf, m iHMdvarjKOon,
at the CourV -Htmne siot" in We of- Wll-micgKra-;
oflr MTj-iay, itHjthr -y of Aunst,
1S-4. at W o'eliVckj MthefodwwHif tJosx;bct
prbfertyftuiie In Brnmiwlek-'veuntv, known
as Claren'loo Plantatl n licglutdntr ,n the
Weft bank of the Ope Fear tdverat theioouth
fWtH1CaeV, fun ihcaupaaH'ansI S. r.iSY.
l po'e to a China tree on tbe It'ghUn' dt
recilv in front of tberWrenla'.ihtiH:e N. Si W.
JiL lde,.tftA ChWa. tre jhrfre JJJ'Zi
jwis to a fctase, tiicnce 14 . it p
H til A
Jrte. Iljc
ItK-rice
poses a 'on a oar,. t caif
ttiemtc along yue brnksvC t.rivr sboat 2 It
pol:stA tUeanouth ofatbefVfliU thclgl.
rdng. A b-o one ot her tract, tc1tinlnc at me
mouth of salt c'anti. runs theoee along ih
lirot ol tho Jot Tftxifii xxxfX to th hlga
bind to a c bin trte, tuence J. 3 W. 5 poics
t-j a Cl-lna ireet p. . 7 ; w. Z'A polc to a
take. Useaco X ,TW. S polea wl tri'tesi
n r the ran of Braver T)am t'rrek. ibencnt
alonir toe im.i luring of M1 crek to Ike
rtreneld, lo'jt"2ii v-olca, tbtcce wt;b said
creek op f bftkoatn . hide ..Z N'C3 poles lo
lfc k, thence w:ttraM MallerT Cnektotbc
rivT, fV-y'iU'Jr Pk, tbrc along Uc banks
ttiernoGUft Jas ixi&jtuluzj ' LWtOxS by CU
mate l,oX acres store or its.
Attorney.
FJUCBliK H01J3L.
U
KUCk. HZM , SiAXAU T Ma y. t.-
; B. L. FERRY,roprlctor. '"
Latr PrvprKifjr Atlaoils liotel. FJratlsss
al' appotatcaeBta. ?rms&20 t fLtuJ
per day. -
t
Z3
tuence r,. ik nr i s to lmtwco.i
WJL 2p a bl tk srum.
. 21 E. lie iml to ataki;i inence iv.
rcir bivT.
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a. oecoau eirec.
    

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