IT LEADS ALL.
. Kb other blood-purifying medicine is made,
or has ever been prepared, which so. com
pletely meets the wants of physicians and
the general public S3 q
It leads the list as a truly scientific prepara
liou fur all blood diseases. If there is a lurk
Onnnrffl A in8 taint of Scrofula about you.
ulmUrULH AVEB'S SAR3APARILLA Will
dislodge it and expel .it from your system.
For cc.'istitutional or scrofulous Catarrh,
PuTiirmii Ayeb's Sarsaparilla is tho
UH I Arifin true remedy. It has cured
numberless cases. I: will stop the nauseous
catarrhal discharges, Old remove the sicken
ing odor of the breath, which are indications
Of scrofulous origin.
Ill ftCOnUQ "Hutto,Tex.,Sept.28,lS82.
ULuLnU JO "At the ago of two years one of
Qnro my children was terribly afflicted
OUilLO with ulcerous running sores on its
face and neck. At the same time its eyes
were swollen, much intLutied, and very sore.
Onor Cvco Physicians told us that a pow
wunh LI uO f rfiil alterative medicine must
be employed. They united in recommending
AVKk's S a l a ha rill A. A few doses pro
duced a jn-rceptibie improvement, which, by
an adherence to j'our directions, was contin
ued to a complete and permanent cure. No
evidence lias since appeared of the existence
of any scrofulous tendencies; and no treat
ment of any disorder was ever attended 07
more prompt or effectual results.
Youis truly, li. F. JOHXSOX.'
PREPAKED BY 0
Dp.J.C.Aycr& Co., Lowell, lyiass.
Sold by all Druggists; 1, six bottles for S5.
.a i 'lyto4p dtw A 3 10
eont&ins an antidote for all malarial dis
orders which, so far as known, is used in no
other reuidy. It contains no Quinine, nor
any mineral nor deleterious substance what
ever and consequently produces no injurious
lTect upon the constitution, but leaves the
system as healthy as it was before the attack.
"WE WARRAUT AYER'S AGUE CURE
to cure every case of Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
iMuub Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Com
plaint caused by malaria. In case of failure,
after due trial, dealers are authorized, by our
circular dated July 1st, 1882, to refund the
Dp. J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
may. 28 d Aw
White Cypress or Yellow
SASH, BLINDS AND DOORS GUARAN
TEED A. GOOD AS THE BttST.
Moulding. Bracket-j. Bilusters anl Orna
mental Wod Work,
aug 2 PARLEY & WIGGINS.
PARSLEY & WIUGINS,
SASH, BLINDS, BOORS,
ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORK,
At Cost I
VKR 500 BOXES TOB 1CCO AT COST
to cloe out. Also, Urge stock of Plug and
Smokljg Tobacco at very low prices, from
the Best Faf lories In Virginia.
Cigars and Cigarettes
By the mUllion, at the Oflica of
CAPE FEAR TOB ACCC; WORKS,
jy 23 tf No. 133 Vorthl Market St.
Oxford N. C.
EW CATALOGUE JUST ISSUED.
Terms as heretofore Students charged
only from time of admission. Room now for
eight new boys.
J. H. & J. C. HORNER,
aug 23 2w - Principals
A Bargain !
rN HAND AND FOR SALE, FIVE BBLS
ONLY $1 PFK GALLON.
A pare wine, a pleasant wine atda cheap
wine. Must be sold at once
L. O. CIIE1UT.
aug 9 tf .N. W. cor. Matket and Fecondsts.
EXPECTED BY WEDNKSDAYi
MILAN CHIP and all the Rough Straws,
popular now. Every possible shade ofFcalh
era and other Trimmings. New lot of Para
sols, white and colors, all prices. Gloves,
Lisle, Kid and Lace. New stamping Patterns.
MISS E. KARRER.
Cleveland & Hendricks!
Blaine & Logan!!
THREE TlCKETSfor the PEOPLE!
v The first two tickets are before the
people for their suffragesthe last
for the patronage of both parties for
anything and everything they may
need in the shape of
Printing, Ruling or Binding.
The Dai I y Review,
rar Tke uauv Mcview has the. largest
bona fide circulation, of arty newspaper
published, in Ute city or nwnxnqwn. -
WEDNESDAYtSEPTEMBER 3, 1884.
Favetteville" Sun: A new industry
hoc hpii Bpt nn foot in our town. The
rrnsu Creek Fine .Salt PackiDg Com
pany has commenced packing tabic and
da ry salt in small sacus. aeverai
weeks ago the ealhering of a Baptist
conzreffation took place at a mill pond
abcut ten miles irom ncre on a, onu
bath morning. The owner ot tho pond
hearing of the meeting and its object,
forbade tliom the use ot the pond. The
crowd then passed down the stream in
search of water, but found none suffi
ciently' deep for the purpose, and were
about to disperse without administer
ing the ordinance when the dam broke
and the water came surging along in a
broad deep torrent. The occasio;i was
embraced and the candidates surmerg
Pfl '-There is a tide in the affairs of
Asheville Advance: Mr. Thomas A.
Weston, of Stamford, Conn., has do
nated to Buncombe county two fine
portraits, painted in oil", one of Senator
Z. B. Vance and the other of Gen. R
B. Vance. They were sent in care of
Mr Jas. G. Martin, and will be sus
pended in the court room, one on each
side of the judge's stand, where the
public can view the faces of these two
favorite sons of Buncombe county. The
portraits are very fine, the artist being
Mr. J. A. James, of Washington City,
and are 3x3 feet in size
Mr. A. E. Gash, who received a cut in
the leg on the night of the 28th of July,
the par iculars of which have heretofore
been published, and whose leg was
amputated on the 18th rrrst., as a last
resort, died yesterday evening at 3
o'clock. The diseased was a car
penter by trade and removed from
Transylvania county to this place im
mediately after the death of hi3 wife
last October. He was forty-two years
of age, and leaves 3 orphan children.
He was recognized among his friends
as being one of the truest and most
courageous men. He went to the war
in the Ifith N. C. Regiment and remain
ed three ye-rs without a furlough, go
ing tbrongh over twenty regular engage
ments and more than as many skir
mishes without receiving a wound
was with Lee at the surrender. Fie
was a quiet.-humble man, ne' er having
had a personal difficulty since boyhood.
. Raleigh Visitor: The State Treas
urer received $6,500 during the month
of August from the sale of drummers
l:cense. Mr. ii. P. Powell, from
near Auburn, had CO mamoth water
melons in market on Saturday last and
the avtrase weight of each was 50
pounds. Dr. Worth is back again
trom Waynesville. looking, much im
proved in nealth. -The State Treas
urer issued f-ixtj'-four drummers li
cense during the the moth of August.
Stephen Gibson lives near Hamlet,
and has a large barn, built of legs on '
his premises. Saturday afternoon last
he started up in the loft of the barn for
s-me purpose, and fell backwards to tho
floor, and broke -his neck. The
Raleigh & Gaston Railroad authorities
are engaged in building a shed at the
West end ot Harnett street, lor the ac
commodation of passenzers. They
have several hands engaged in its erec"
tion. About 8 o'clock this morning
while the workmen were engaged
in raising a large column, Dy rope
and tackle, the stake to which one
end of the rope was attached pulled up.
causing the post to tall. A while man
by the name oil J. D. Wayne was
caught under it. and had his left shoul
der blade broken, lifs skull fractured
and his body badly bruised. Another
white man by the name of h. G. Har
rell, formerly of Goldsboro, received
severe bruises on the head. A colored
man by the name of Edmond Holm an
received a severe cut across the head.
Mr. Wayne was unconscious and was re
moved to his home on North Person
street. A physician was immediately
fcummoned, who did everything iij his
power for the relief of the unfortunate
sufferer. Mr. Wayne came here sev
eral years ago from Petersburg, Va.
He is a poor, hard working mechanic,
and his family a wile and two child
ren are entirely dependent on him
for their daily support. He was still
unconscious at last accounts, with very
iittle hopes ot recovery.
Charlotte Observer: The colored man
who was buried in Boston Wallace's
well last Saturday evening, was rescued
shortly after our informant left. The
darkey was found head downward,
with the fallen rock all around him.
He was severely bruised, but will re
cover from his injuries. -Gen Scales
and Dr. York spoke at Lincolnton yesterday-Jo
a large crowd. Gen. Scales
arrived at Lincolnton on the Narrow
Gauge road in the afternoon and was
met at the depot by 200 people on horse
back, besides a great crowd on lot.
York an ive J Saturday ijight and his
coming was unheralded. At the speak
ing yesterday, so we hear on good
authority. Gen. Scales made an extra
effort and completely annihilated York.
From the returns made for taxa
tion by the people of the county this
year, an Observer reporter has made
some interesting discoveries, the princi
pal one of which is the fact that Meck
lenburg, since September, 1883, has
gained $209,305. In 1883, the total
valuation of the county's taxables as
returned to the register of deeds was
7,294.153. The total valuation ot the
county's taxable3 in 1884, 7,503.558,
giving our county the ircrease in wealth
stated above. In 1883, the number of
acres of farm land returned was 311,956.
The number for 1S24 is 315,257.
The total receipts of cotton on the plat
form in this city from September 1st,
IOCJ, CO AUEUSl Was 43.ZJ1
bales. In addition to this, G,100 bal-s
of cotton bought by Charlotte mer
chant?, paid for here, graded here and
shipped from here, but not weighed
hereand consequently are not included
in the above receipts. Adding this 4.
100. Charlotte's total receipts ot cotton
for the time above stated are 47,331
oaies. ine season oi '64 was a
slim one throughout the wholeconntry.
and at all markets there was a falling
off from the receipts ot the previous
year. For the year ending September
1, 1883, Charlotte's receipts were 55.017.
or 7,G86 bales above the receipts of the
5 ear ending September 1," 1884,
'he long standing suit tor damages
against the Richmond & Danville Rail
road by L.J. Kirk, a former railroad
carpenter, wascaded in the Superior
Court yesterday. Kirk was represented
by Bynom & Bynum. Osborne & Max
well and W. H. Bailey, and Messrs.
Jones & Johnston appeared for the rail
road. The day was consumed in the
examination of the plaintiff, and in dis
cussions among the lawyers as to law.
In the afternoon the court adjourned to
commence on the case again to-day.
Kirk sues for &20.000. In 1879 ne was
employed by the railroad company as a
carpenter. He was sent to the junction
one day to examine a car standing on a
track, and while making the examina
tion. a backing train bumped against
the car causing the wheels to run over
and cut off his arm. The suit has been
in court for a long time, but will prob
ably be decided .this week.
Newbern Journal: The Free Will
Baptists have been conducting an in
teresting revival at Mill Creek, Jones
county, during the last week. Nine
were baptized -last Sunday morning.
In conversation with Mr. E.' , B.
Cox, one of the best farmers in Eastern
Carolina, on yesterday, he spoke rather
unfavorable of the prospects for a large
vield of cotton in this section this fall.
He say3 the growth of the weed is very
good, but it has fruited poorly; and
while the crop is considerably btt'er
than the last, which was the p orest for
many years, yet it is nothing like a full
crop, ana iarraers wno exp-ct a mu
yield will bedisappointed. He is hope-
tut, however, ot a better price.
News and Observer: A letter from a
correspondent at Chapel Hill briDgs
the gratifying information that the
session of the University opens with
1F0 students, the best beginning since
18G1. There sire over seventy freshmen
on the ground and many others are
known to be coming A corres
pondent writes us the following: 4 "Mr.
Ashley Wallis, ot Johnston county,
Smithfield township, has split 10,000
rails in the last month and also cleared
three acres of thick meadow land. Also
during the same time be gave five
barrels of cider away and put up three
miles of fence. If any of our farmers
think they can beat him I would be
glad to hear from thorn."
Peck's Bad Boy ajjain Usage
Mr. E. A. Comstock has drawn one
fifth of the Second Capital prize, ($25,-
000 ) in the July drawing of Tbe
Louisiana State Lottery, through the
American Express. Feck's Sun called
on Comstock, hard at work at the
planing mill, 313 Cedar St., where he is
a valuable employe. His number was
99.204. In the June drawing, Mr.
Phillip J. Gruber, Cashier for the in
stitution Comstock works for. was the
holder of one-fifth ticket No. 27,870.
prize $20,000, which he received prompt
fy. Mr. Comstock also had an interest
in this ticket of &200. Last, but cot
least, Mr. Comstock held another lucky
ticket. No. 81,823. which drew $40.
This notice is prompted as Mr. C is
known to us, and it substantiates the
fact that The Louisiana State Lottery
Co. is a straight institution, in which
the good people of New Orleans take
pride Milwaukee (Wis.) - Peck s Bun,
Aug. 2. " - , ..;
The malls close and arrive at tbe City Poet
office as follows:
Northern through malls, fast ..7.30;P. H.
Northern through and wsv mails.... 8.00 A. M.
Raleigh. 6.45 P. M. and 8.00 A. M.
Alans lor the N. U. Railroad ana
routes supplied therefrom includ
ing A. AN. C. Railroad at
7.30 P M. and 8.00 A. M
Southern Malls for all points South,
daily 8.00 if. JxL
Western mails (C. C. Railway) daily.
(except feunoay) r. M.
All points between Hamlet and Rat .
eigh ...6.45 P. M.
Mail for Cher aw and Darlington Rail
road 8.UU l'. M.
Mails for points between Florence
and Charleston 8.00 P. M.
Fayetteville and offices on Cape Fear
River, Tuesdays and Fridays 1.00 P. M.
Fayetteville, via O C Railroad, dally,
except Sundays 6.45.P. M.
Onslow C. H. and intermediate offi
ces, Tuesdays and Fridays 6.00 A. M.
Smithville mails, by steamboat, daily
(except Sundays) 8.30 A. M.
Mails for Easy Hill, Town Creek,
Shallotteana Little River, Tues
days and Fridays 2.00 P. M.
WrightsvUle, daily. 8.30 A. M.
OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
Northern through and way mails.. 1.7.80 A. M.
Southern Mails 7.30 A. M.
Carolina Central Railroad 8.45 A. M.
Malls collected from street boxes business
portion of city at 5 A. M., 11.30 A.M. and 5.30
P. M. nd from other points of the city at 5
Stamp Office open from 7 A. M. to 6 P. M.',
Money Order and Register Department open
from 8 A. M to 5 P. M., continuously.
General delivery open from 7 A.M. to 6 P.M.
and on Sundays from 8.30 to 9.30 A. M.
Carrier' delivery open en Sunday from 8.30
to 9.30 A.M.
Fourth Round for the Wilmington
District of the Methodist E. Church,
Sruithville, September 27-28.
.LSiaaen uircuitat Antioch. Oct. 4-5.
Whiteyille Circuit, Oct. 7-8.
Bruas wick Circuit at Shallotte Camp,
Waccamaw Mission, Oct. 15.
Flemington Circuit, Oct. 18-19.
Elizabeth Circuit, Oct. 20 21. .
Cokesbury Circuit, Oct. 24
CliDton Circuit at Clinton, Oct. 26-27.
Newton Grove Mission, Oct, 29.
Duplin Circuit, Nov. 1-2. .
Onslow Circuit, Nov. 8-9.
Pomt Casweil Mission, Nov. 13.
Topsail Circuit. Nov. 15-16.
Wilmington, Front Street, Nov. 22-23.
W. H Bobbitt, P. E.
Every Farmer ought to get a "Boy
Clipper Plow," greatest invention oi
tbe age. Jacobi is the Agent f
1 fin KEGS BICE BIRD POWDER.
1UU 100 Kees Sporting Powder,
0 Ke& Blasting Powder,
For sale by
aug 25 KERCHNER & C ALDER BROS
Groceries. ' Groceries.
1 ("inn halt 'rolls bagging.
JLUUU 5 000 Bdla Cotton Ties, 5 Bales Bail
ing Twine,. 50 Bxs D S Meat, 100 Sax Rio Cof
fee, 75 Boxes Bet Suf ar, ICO Hhds Molasses.
55 Cases Lard, 500 Bale Hay, l.too Boshi
Corn. 1.003 Bushs Oats, 75 Bxs Candy. 75 Bxs
Crackers, 100 Bxs Soap, 100 Cases Lye, 75 Bxs
Starch, jOO Bxs Soda, 7 Bxs Tobacco. 100
Bxs Snuff. For sale by
aug 23 KKRCUKES a rAT.Tr 203
September 3 4 P. M.
SPIRITS - TURPENTINE Quoted
quiet at 28$ cents per gallon. " No sales
ported. . ;
ROSIN Quoted steady at 95 cents for
Strained and; $1.00 for Good Strained.
TAR Quoted firm at $1.20 per bbl
of 280 lbs.
CRUDE TURPENTINE Quoted
steady at $1.85 forVirgin and Yellow
Dip and $ I for Hard.
COTTON Quoted quiet. The fol
lowing are the official quotations :
L Tod Ordinary. ......... yj
Low Middling... aj
Middling. 10 J
fJood Middling I0
Cotton 9 bales
Spirits Turpentine 327 casks
Rosin. ; 926 bbls
Tar 497 bbls
Crude Turpentine. 118, bbls
Steamer Passport, Harper, Smith
Steamer D. Murchison, Smith, Fays
etteville. G W Williams & Co.
Steamer Passport, Harper Smith
Steamer John Dawson, Black, Point
Caswell R P Paddison.
Steamer D Murchison. Smith. Fv-
etteville, G. W. Williams & Co.
STOCKS ON HAND SEPTEMBER 1, 1884-
Cotton ashore, 500.
Spirits ashore, 4,850; afloat, 2,023:
Rosin ashore, 85,981 ; afloat, 25; total,
Tar ashore, 1,171.
Crude ashore, 2, ,068.
RECEIPTS FOR MONTH OF AUGUST, 2884.
Cotton. 117; spirits, 9 443; rosin, 25,340;
tar, 3,391; crude, 6,120.
EXPORTS FOR MONTH OF AUGTST, 1884.
Cotton. 282; spirits. 1.005; rosin, 867;
tar, 3,830; crude, 6,357.
Spirits, 6,561; rosin, 10.742; tar, 10.
VESSELS IN THE PORT OF WILMINGTON, N. C.
. SBPTEMBEH 2, 1884.
No vessel under 60 tons reported In this list.
Nor Inula Capri, 395 tons, Danlelsen.
C P Mebme
Ger August, 347 tons, Grabe,-
E Peschau A Westermann
Nor Frey, 281 tons, Halvorse , Heide & Co
Carrie E.PIcklr g, 263 tons, Marshall.
E G Barker & Co
Thomas Slnolckson, 230 tons, Heme.
Geo Harriss & Co
Schr William H Keeny, 298 ions Llppincott.
Geo Harriss & Co
Schr Lizzie Lane, 220 tons, H err let,
EG Barker & Co
Timothy Fields, 17o tons, Adams,
E G Barker Co
S G Hart. 505 tons. Fountain. Master
H 8 Graham, 341 tons, Avis,
Geo Harriss & Co
HoraceJS. Lanfalr, 293 tons, Woodland,
' Geo Harriss & Co
Jj C Hickman, 231 tons, Joseph,
Geo Harriss Co
Sarah S Harding, 385 tons, Me.vln.
Geo Ii arrlss & Co
LIST OF VESSELS CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Ger Diana 3-4 fns. Schroder, sailed-from
llversool, Aug. 17
Ger Express, 276 tqns, Fretvrurst, sld from
Liverpool Aug 10.
Nor Fama, 40i ton, Taraldsen, at Para,
Ger Fldello, 376 tons, Meyer, sallel from
Stettin, Aug 17
Ger Hermann Fiiedrlch, 288 tons, Mcjahr,
sailed from Liverpool, Aug 1.
Nor Kalllsto, 4S3 tons, Ligland, at Bio Jane
Aust Led a, 533 tons, Eosher, sailed from
Flume July 13. .
Nor Vikedal, Fredrlclsen, .sailed from
Archangel July 10.
Ger Vereen. 453 tons, Jahncte, sailed from
Hamburg, June 24
OB waiGHTSVlLLE SOUND, will leave
Sontherland's Stables DAILY at 6 P. M. sharp.
Returning, will leave 8und at 7 A. H. sharp
june 25 tf T. J. SOUTHEBLAND.
Conoley's Drug Store.
216 MARKET STREET.
(Formerly known as "City Drugstore.")
AJTULL LINE OF DBUGS, FANCY AND
Toilet Articles. Cigars and Cigarettes.
Conoley's Cologne in any quantity desired,
f oda ater with pure Syrups ani Cream,
aug 29 J. W. CONOLEY.
THIS WEEK, NEXT, AND SO ON.
INDEED EVERf WEEK WE RECEIVE
NEW GOODS. Lot of nice Feather Lus
ters iust in. Bird Cages. Patent Chimney
Flues. Pumps. All kinds of tinning done by
the best workmen. Old stand.
P ARK KB A TAYLOR
PURE WHITE OIL. sept
HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Locks, Hinges, Butte. Halls, Window
Fastenings, &c. Contractors can save money
by consulting us. Large stock, good assort
ment and good acoods.
W. E. SPRINGER St CO..
Successors to John 1'awson & Co..
sept 1 Wilmington, N. C.
wanted f or The Lives of a
the Presidents of th IT s.
best book ever sold for less than twice our
Fnce. .Tte fastest selling book in America,
mmense profits to agents. All Intelligent
peopk want it. Any one can become a suc
cessful agent. Terms free. Hajllett Book
Co.. Portland. Maine. nov 20-md-lvw
for the worklnar claas. Send u
cents for postage, and we will
box of sample goolb that will put you in they
way wi w"'g snore money in a lew days than
you ever thought possible at any business.
Capital not required. We will start you. You
can work all the time or In spare time only.
Tke work la universally adapted to both sexes,
young and old. .You can easily earn from-fid
cents to $5 every evening. That all who want
work may test the business, we make this un
paralleled offer; to all who are not well satis
fied we will send $1 to pay for the trouble of
writing ua. Full particulars, direction, etc.
sent free. Fortunes will be made by those
who give their whole time to the work. Great
success absolutely sure. : Don't delay. - Start
now. . Address Stxssoh A Co.. Pnti..V
AH goods on hand 4we.are selling very cheap before"
' putting in New Stock. ' .
TIT. A CtK CI
One case just opened of beautiful Cashmeres, Alma
Cloths. &CV&C. :
t . ,
KVSead for Catalogue.
mch 13 d&w ly
FEW BBLS. OF FRESH
CORNED MULLETS FOR SALE.
Aug 23 ; DAVIS SOX.
E. G. Blair,;
TJBOKEB & COMMISSION MERCHANT
for the sale of Flour, Meal, Grain, Coton and
Foreign Fruits. Merchandise and all kinds
of Country Produce sold and prompt returns
guaranteed. Consignments solicited j
E. G. BLAIR,
aug 28 No. 19 N. 8econdtreet.
jND ALL THE WEEK YOU WJLL find
large consignments of Apples, Peaches, Pears
Chickens, Eggs and all other country! produce
These goods must be sold at once. Call on
A W. RIVEN BARK, ,
The Live Grocer and Commission Merchant,
114 North Waterst,,
y 5 wumingtop, N. C.
A FEW TABLE BOARDERS CAN BE
accommodated during the Summer months
at reaonable rates. Pleasant location, good
attendance and the best the market affords.
Transient boarders accommodated by the
day or week. MRS. BO BERT LEE,
113H Market Street,
July 11 lydAw Wilmington, N. C.
JJUMPHREl A JENKINS Hivfi KE
ceived to day, at No. 112 South ront street,
9 barrels fine Northern Cabbage, via; railroad,
10 barrels Apples. 17 crates pressed! and soft
Peaches; also Pears, Grapes, Figs, "Walnuts,
Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Chickena, Kggs,
&c Consignments solicited and satisfaction
"FRIENDS AND FKLLOW CITIZENS:
EAR ME FOR MY CAUSE AN S BE Si
lent, that ye may hear "
Colognes, Extracts. Toilet and Sataiet Pow
ders, eoap, Turkish Towels, Toilet Cases.
Full line of Drugs Ac Prescription a spec
ialty. At i
F- C. MlLLER'S,
aug U Oorrer Fourth anit Nnn sts
Dr. S. C. Eliis.
NO. 323 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, op
posite Miller's Drug Store, r
MS" Note change of office hours, which are
as ioiiows 7 to iu a.m., 3 to 9 p. m
rpHERE NEVER WAS A TIME WHEN
Housekeepers could buy so manylthings to
cheap.. Some of the substantials are np 'lis
true, but the average U low. We re daily
receiving NEW AND FRESH GOJDS. AH
orders sent by servants will be promptly at
tended to. and any error w ill be corrected! at
once. All are Invited to call, inspect and
price goods. No trouble to show them. Eggs
are up, and we wish we could say as much for
the quality, ,but we alwavs try and Imitate
one celebrated In history, who did it with hla
"Hatch-et." No pun Intended. I
aug 0 F-G. & N. ROBINSON.
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SPECIAL DISCOUNT TO MERCHANTS
and Teacher. We make a specialty bt TEXT
BOOKS adopted by the State Board of Edu
cation. Prices furni hed on application.
Small orders by mall will receive prompt at
C. W. YATES,
augU 119 Market Street.
' , i .
North Carolina Resources
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Hale's Industrial Series.
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DOCUMENT NO 1.-1884.
DEMOCRACY vs. REPUBLICANISM.
Handbook of North Carolina Politics
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