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i EDITOR AND PKOPSISTOX.
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CT The Daily Beview has the largest Senar h,J j
fidt circulation, of any newspaper talk tn M. n T " U aae a sPlend,d
""Blva L kwnod is in New York PP0 to go to the polls is a thrilling
C;tj ensflering the Fall styles before one and cannot but f be prodactive ol
relates ihe stump. much good in South Carolina. Indeed,
" ppij u iNortn Carolina as well-
WILMINGTON. N. C.. IUES DAY OCTOBER 28, 1884
T 1 I A . I
pcre;ar rieiiuSuuj6eu siattu lO .a 1 nose Who rnaH ?f .
reporter that! the story of the approach, giving to the following noble
- u.orrii're of the 1 resident wi!h his o.xtrnrt Tn
lZ'A u" i I 'CrtfclUK OI IjOT. I J AVO inrl
' - " " v WIUUU
LOCAL NEWS. ! j thbuadicalgame.
WwUlwcUd to recelTa oonuntaiicAtioa
iroin oar trtends on aay aad t'J frabjocu.
1 82seral Interest to!
The axias of the wttlsx must arrays t ' "
tkted to th Editor.
.OosaanrJcatloas must us wrlrUa ca ea
one side of the paper. -
IeraoaaHtliM mast bo avoided.;
Ad tt: erpecUEy Rnd p-rCcrjlarry tide
tcol that the EditnT dr, --"... m
NO. 257 fJcormpoBdu rpitif .tu eur.
i " tuccmionai coraaaas.
dsui'bicr is without any foundation. he says:
I T kniTA 1 . 1 1 i 1 ...
M.., ..ockjvood announces that when WiiSonX
j,etctsin she will ha e just the most every position in which he has been
Do iiw iuiiy uulc uciuiucl tor any use, hvw ud iiita come up to tha loll
.nd nave it tilled with all sort of bric-a- SaJdeVnaeinit and if he is
Bna ! elected President I believe he will de-
b'ac- vote himself with all conscientiousness
to the great task of hri
Sirs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, still our country,, He wilLirv and unify rh
sojobrning with her twin boys at her people, and in my judgment the man
Sauitner residence in Lynn, -Mass:, has Jn lh. Residential jaair who rtvilt
25 i ,, . uu i 1 1 . succeed in burying the animosities and
failj recovered her nealth and will jom sectional hate 6f the past; who wiU go
herlbuiband in Washington, Novem- on in the grand work of unification of
her 1st. 1 mis people; wno will make U3 of the
i ouutu ieei mat mis is our country, and
TfceKev Father de Marzo, of San that this is our flag; who will make us
KraiciSco, hr.3 invented an altar lamp i.h S
which will burn for a long period, man who shall succeed in doing that
bristly at night and dimly in the day- wil1 leave that placed when he retires
imi The lamp is said to resemble a fljjm to Private liie, ; wiih a place in
. . , , the hearts of his countrymen second
small ensine; and to measure nearly onlv to that heAA hv Whintrron . i
believe he is a true, a brave and an
honest reformer who will devote him-
The Georgia' p3per3 report that sett to retormmg the government, and I
sharpers are going over the track of believe he will be, elected. Great
Span's mareh to the sea gu.lios ffemt ffietlSL w
fanners into .the belief that the govern- termine to work. I do not believe so
merit i3 zoink to pay for the damage much in speaking,' but I believe in
1H DEI TO MW ACVE8TUES3EIT1. !
Davis Js Sox-Mackerel . :
C-W Yates New Goods
Will WEST-Cooks Wanted !
Craig & Thomas New store !
OPEttA OousE-'-ord's Opera Company 1
HEQfSBKEOER-Bridal Presents f
F: C Miller Frlfends and Fellow Citizens
No City Court to-day.
s?Porriors of Election for
UHs; County Are they to lie
FoHowctl by Deputy. Mar
alia!? .,-, ,
, ,' ' !- ' - .
It transpired to-tlav that Jnd
Seymour.of the U. S. DistnctCourt.has !
on me petition of ten Republicans in
Mr. George W. Williams, with sev
eral members of his family and Mr.
KEW A 1 VKKTIS KMKXTS.
I M ' I
iuiuuSun, xeu nere last night rr New S1"1; ArD ?iEAL estate .' broker "
York but Mr Hiams rettrn SSiSSSSS'Ji ' .
in time to cast his j vote next Tuest ay iv,tt3.,Cron.,y MorissoM stand,
for Cleveland and Hendricks and SeAd Wa'ftS'S. SS"
four; feet in height.
Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's thi city
Depot. f Election lor the varinii'i,r;,1fti0 uM
j . I I ,,,, , , " r fcw'"- utic.
Delays are dangerous ! Go and r- 18 .n 11x0 list one Democrat and
ister i "exmoiican lor each voting place,
The recelou of ftE',hu t o! havin namj
to-dayfoot un I.0I4 b, uoucans without the advice, consen
i , ;j - WI owieage or the -Democrats. The
&u pcrvisors of Election rcannot bjp Jonowinr compose the list :
paid here as the city has not 20,000 in-1 iE3IOCdats.
uaritt,,ls. accorumg to the censlis re- rirst ara. isfe UivisionT. D
curP3- Murray, 2d Division-J. W. Gerdts
Boss. Ik Vn,,nff oi. -. I ivisipni,eo. W. Bornemann
colored RenuWr ZX" 2 Second Ward-Sol. Bear. Third Ward
stand at the intersection of .i :He7 Haar' Footth Ward-W.A.
- - ' M WA a4Ml S WW UUU
I - IT I . 1 a . it i tvivim LUUA. Ii 11
done at tbat time and collecting fees S'" w JL the sneaking at Point n..n "
j wrijr tut l i u v r l ii a v-i ira w" ' - m m w caw ww 1.11 a j n. v . t.
4n adrance lor services to be rendered have been all over the SLate and j hay6 crowd of good looking people. Mei.
mpuuiiig lurougu ciaiois. i iouna inai me great aanger wnicn oteaman heads the list and Mi
widow :of the over-confident. They do not take the couu. Aaroy. second Division-Joseph D.
To every HousekeeDer a nnd 5,4111 Pson
Cumming. Fifth Ward-lst. Division,
o.Kx. iiarrentine. Ser-.onrl njic
mi i . . . I - - . '
Ar.ere nave been abundant promises VVm. Blanks.
of rain during the pas twenty four Cape Fear Township-Iredell John-
uuurs out lue "uit ol the promises has ston. Harnett WV F. AlexinrTpr
masonooro-iwia Tdd. Federal
roint Henry R. Kuhl. .
First Ward. First Division Henry
orewmgion. Second Division John
H. Brown. Third Division B. B. Hill.
Second Ward E. R. Brink.
Third Ward N. G. Sampson.
Fourth VVard-J. K. Cutlar.
Fifth Ward, First Division F. H.
been only two very slight showers.
Comfortablo underclothing is a pre
ventive against colds, and evervbodv l
buouia at once go to Dyer and purchase
suits of their elegant woolen goods, f
The steamer John Dawson took up to
Mrs. Ward Burnett,
lata Gen. Burnett, owns the gold snuff interest they ought to take m thi3 elecs To every - Housekeeper
I I nit I k . . T . I - .- I -i . . .
W presented to Gen, Jaekson by the ..SW- lS; substant.al oook stove is an imporUnt ' " L. Freeman.
New York corporation, and still con- ought to work. You will have to over- necessityand our readers will find the Manboro .Elijah Hewlett. Harnett
tairiiiig some of the snuff and-a vanilla come an immense majority in the lower best at Factory prices at Jacobi's ilnos' Moore. Cape Fear Luke
botarlaeedin the box by the General Portion of the State. I And it behooves Hardware Depot. f" Grady.
ihe Democrats of this city are per
in 1S10. It is historical that
Jacksjn was up to snuff.
f'Vrv mmi nhri rnliu-a I ho nr q rt nl
jenerai I nriicnoritn rf thn lortrl In txr 1 -L- nrnrL-
T r r ' ( rniott. 4 U Z t . T T . . t
v. u ngiaici iuis wees. 'HBiiun 1 fn " c. . '
now, woric early, wort late, work all next Mondav hpn nil r k 1 . ? " av supervisors 01
, . - , . : . .1 , J tuy oiun
election at the polls, provided the thin
'ISillJi0 Wfc? J? People will bo on hand. It is
.Judge Bennett spoke in jWaclcsboro
to-day and there was a grand U rue the re
among the Democrats. A ! pec. a I rt
wiveuuere says toat there were 250
men in red shirts i in lhc! procession.
The streets were lull of people from the
sun-oundmg country. The! music was
furnished by the Monroe Silver Cornet
nana. Anson wil poll a big Dcmo-i
cratic majority next Tuesday.
OUR HOLIDAY GOODS
. . ;
it win pay ypu to reraom ber that at
thiS SeaSOn When VlSn !)rprhinoinrr
undomlnfhin.. r.T.iA are tn ,hc r(? d we Have but
'0 yt'iuiunnun; : nUUiUll I
shirts thatat Dver Si Son von pt thn 1 e sl,ac epaie, and sre bound to mate
m t-- I .
best for the least money.
f room for them, so as to make tbera move, and
Don't Bo Too Sure.
We have a word; for the cars of our
friends. It we are going tojbed every
night this week: conGdent that "every
thing is all right anyhow" we will wake
up on the morning j after election and
offer a big price for somebody to kick
us. We say plainly that North Caro
lina is not by any means ds sure as
some people would have us believe.
The Republicans have not yet aban
doned the State and they do not intend
to. Tbey are about to inaugurate some
of their peculiar practices here and it is
well to be on the lookout for, them
North Carolina is assuredly Democrat
ic and it will go Democratic next Tues
day but it will require bard, persistent.
earnest and unceasing work to assure
give the !aHc3 a
chance to buy CIlKAl
A FINK JNE of Flannel i for ladles, mlf ecs
and children; Kid Gloves, Jersey Gloves, Tel.
vets, Velveteens, Plushes, Uks, Satins, Rib-
bons, laces, Ctrsc's, Hosiery and Undenvcar
at prices to eiilt every one. Call and cce.
118 Marlfct St
" WIL111NQTOX, N. C.
I ic . r,t- ll t... I
r uaua;ui w oiutiuy, ut aiug- r 1 nleasanter to waih thn "i s. f. .w Bwp ,ueie DUt " 11 1S lo 'ollcvv m
ton, is reviv ng recollections of some of .F Xl uu uu Uieu y wun; ' nnna " " , eu up by the appointment of denutv- M
,Uu;;:u, i... ifevery man who is registered will a1 oncc and then gooff about your busi-L. lu.T- F ueputy- m
u' U1U lul " restaur- come out and yote j tcll you the gtate negs - uiiSa.s, uiea we must conless that and
, j m v ' v v v ww v 1 1I GLV ULU VbiailWi Mill IV (UbV uuc
Democratic Oyster Koast.
BORDEAUX 3?ear! Pocky Poini, on th rP"ERK W ILL BK A DEMOCRATIC OYS
ornlng of October 28, HSi, of consumntlon A .
"iFSSl ?jmdx. wife B,Pela!c lSZ'lPMy) Petal.
-ikxv.v, gea o,i years, 4 months rt,v. . fl,WUJ lQO ai lnst. tiool
tlaya. , speakeis wRl bej in attendance and a irood
We nave SeriOna fPfl m fnr fKo . . c I Thofnnenl ...t..'-m . . tlmn mwV.nvl "
. . ... i. . w .vr. ucaut; ui " nimcjwjii la&e mao.A at t)io ' .vuT.t,n,.i,
Grey and nineteen moie were entertain- and join the great column marching on , Qve QW JeIt m which to register our people on election day. If tronhlp llm?.cJl hSSrv"; A5e "erring, t n? ilH- airman.
at llttlfl vol ft nf vniira nnaconn a.h j 1 1 .7 r i t vuucBaay 1 ..morn- wuiijr mviuuuh
. rfv., JUU wdu uyescomorno resnonia hiiifo
does come the responsibility will not f2S nSti rISn.ds anl aciaintSccs sic j
manage to become of ace on Tnp.aric .u u j . . . ? respectfully invited to attend
ol .:.u u. ". . ' v" tuc ucaua 01 tpe wnite citizens ol
A . C T t . ft . I
ori Vtn : tu. 1 -.. Amn to viciorv. vv nac man in aoutn uaro- tn
. , - llina. which of the men who in 1876
Kite, lflaudinc wmflR nnrl CfAO nvfrn I w . k 1 . :
followers. bis State, will prove recreant or renc-1 (efe we ish that we could-only LWilmington tor they have done
. 1 )m(ih in ill is irn'Hi, 1 1 irf 1 1, r it h rannnr. " wuiu& uiwib.i auu uicu uu nr mminna inHn . il.i . .
m ii . - r - - - v.v.. v w 1 -' 1... trmm w. . a .ji nil i r i i w u irvm. AM. .
lUurns out that the man lynched by it unless we want to see South Caro- can register on that day. - just and honorable to ensure tTpwi O P ER A H O LI S P
una. i rt:ii 1 1 s 1 1 ik.lhii iiHjii ii. anil liir rn m i i . t wt. . - - '
of the robber band established over us Supervisors of election are merelv aE a ir election. But they will not
Sale of Valuable
and NEW ADVEJKTISEMENT8.
wrl.000 people supposed to be sane, at
t n T. j" . , 01 tue louuer uauu ebiaunsneu over us I oupci yisuia ui eiuunon are merely I .,v,u. luujr will not I m v ii ti i .o , t a
Ia Crosse , Wis., the other day, for the once more ; unless we want to leel once witness. ThAv n A uA be crowded and this faot w Qe I WO ftlffhlS, f nda? and Sa lirtfav. Oct if. Xnv i
in Pccdcr County.
JN PURSUANCfG OF A DECREE OF THE
aupcrior Court. mAde in the case of Thos J.
?S V 1116 laiDe SSiiSf 5"?i: ISJ 8taDd y nd see the ballots casf into be into consideration at once.
:auuuD wasomya poo 1Una-. - aFthe bhi 3 the boxes and report afterwards any
tic, who was not morally or legally -.re- tbe s Etron arra3; of ou meBnl irregularities they may think they de-
v-ujiuiB me aci, anu wno leaves a ana tne prayers -ot our devoted tect
wile and three little children. women gained lor us in 185. I
THE EVENT OF; THE SEASON.
They have no authority what-
as your s
KdTearer in rSeSs 8 fln P P. or
Breathes there a man with soul so dead
The Ford Opera ComDanv.
What is there here to conquer pain?"
Bayard Taylor once stated to a friend, orable year to appeal to you. again, by ProPerty.
according to a biography of the poet rr T Vfk-U1 "" f r n rfu WeDisagree.
And thereupon his words recoil
And answer, buy St. 'Jacobs Oil.
Presenting a sncceseifin of the most delightful
FRIDAY NIGHT, Oct 31, Diet's beautiful
SATURDAY NIGIITj Nov. 1st. Platmucfs
delightful Opera of
CHE OkANGE nriir,
fVw mrk, f mm. 1 m a a A . "4 I A I mTT - k a "WW- m- . !
hind. Such a thing will never rcome the! registered vote will be nolled. with w. ..Uf?V opeasers will biake the deliciousiy funny
to pas5: it cannot be, so long as the wo- Uhp! n,i , d n auenaance to address these meet- nui.Auuif int itiKtt BLACK CLOAKS.
The wigwam of the Fifth Ward Dem-
V . III I .. it
i younglman struggling for literary tion and reform, so that you may not the contrary, the harder our people have r? . ?' f Seventh and
oi.ion.Ithat he had to hew his Sjl. SVeTaTS Wk o that U,, i. hetLr aU IT!
the victory because the South lagged be-r concerned. 1 here is no fear but that , " .
come the; registered vote will be polled, with ho ln .7 7
owo- thfll.w.,.1 nri nmnor L I attendance to add
ana traveler, just published, that he 0f the future, to stand fast by the right. We do nct agree to the suggestion to
umi no Kinuness shown him when he to carry on the great work ol redemp- suspend business on election day. On
Own WAV Ihrnnorh nhctnnloa nrifl 1J
coarageme,ntb. He began as a dru'dg
iaS reporter in New York.
men of Carolina remember the davs ol ?7 ' . . . wo.. j Mn A H . .. . I f scshTcices. NewCostnmes.
1876 siues, we nave no Dusmess to spare at Lrt .u i u j . rr"1, scenery, ueauetic Enects.:
ihi limn nnrl ehnnlrl. nfii; ll . w u kuc iiuuniug geu- M:: .V ! Auurauav. UCt.
we have no business spare at dent;of
I think tballihe women of our State lllu" "uu snoum- uunze an wo tlemfin fnmnriafl
11 . . 1 1 r I nnri ivitt I I n f lU.'.l I " WIU
wouiu say io me mau woo coum ior- I s- vui iwsuus jw imuMDgi as m;ft. nr t . tt TT . Vnr;! ,t. fM. ' " n.'T.
sake his country in this crisis, what the we'do are ovious. " ; 7 , p" xlDyHMaUxatinorl;dat
, vv line iteeves. Tony i oct ss 3t f
Ute accounts from West Virginia
!ioy that in one county along tho
t'hesapsake and Ohio railroad the Rc-
ImI;iiio ii irt A M rii z . j i i . i i m
--au vine was seusioiy incrcascu i neroic moinei oi me Aioorisa ivmg
P repeatedly voting carloads of negro sa'l to bun as ho looked back for the
w . v II J- A. T . - I . " I 1 .
Jordan Branch, Willie Reeves. Tony
Destafina, Sylvester Burris, Jas. M.
oulu, at xiemsuergerrs i lieok Store. A'o orf-
i-uncc n prices. Mauncc pi ices 50c and "5c
rt .T fl.i e ary A. Bordeaux,
r i i 21MBdir co"nty. at Juno Term. 1SS4,
1 Vlll. CD MOBdir. t IA Xn) Kntxtmk.. IOC, -
eell to the highest bidder at public auction!
S.JW1 CiH8b' "the balance on a credU
of six and twelve months, that valuable tract
' Jand, near Marlboro, in said county, , on
both sldesof the W. & wriialt Road, oobtsln.
lng about 700 acres, snd being tbe snare which
inVh?1",0',1 to 'K118 Rch"rd M. Uordeanx.
Si Kdir1SR0,I?rtJ?e la?ds oC hla ther, the
late It. M. Bordeaux, of said cdunty. ' .
Oct 2l to, oS WM. B UOCUT.
we -i -i -i, .3 Commissioner
Wind and Weather.
aorersat the polling places on the st time oyere city ho had lost and At a recent meeting of the Farmer's J McGowan, . J. P. II. Klander, D. Mc.
e:asthe trail passed along. In this hTnd cn Umrt n her voi Wesley Millis, P.T. tteksey. TWO "EST class beshuiU Coot.
. i fr w i t- iii ri Mf'KPnwPir ri . i es am i w i m i . ri
T A II lil 1 1 I i U7 IT n J TI 111 noenaCfl1 rAforO I V rklt HA mn I r mrkAf-v I i I?-A rt wrr a n
for what vou failed to defend like a luo i,wun,nis esu6. auort r01 oy tne committee
man." rCheers.l No. let it never be use of which a person can stand be-1
t ara ur 1 1 1 ha nQllo1 rtr t nraan I 4 U L!. : i r . I
ucaiu ui uwu vm auu ug tree in anv
a3 made to poll 3,800 votes.
The Executive Moncbut the beat nJrlLnnW TriRw-nr
are earnestly requested to be L. v . - j i j
The last report on the foreign com
merce of the United State?, issued by
'Treasury: Department, shows that
total value of woolen manufactures
ported from the country during the
cal year ending June 30, 1884, was
l,108. This is nearly twice'as great
s the value of the exports of manu
'ures of wool during the preceding
jear. ' ,
Or in thn Rpnnd liistrior aava
ie speaks within the mark, when
1,5 8js that Edgecombe and Halifax
CCQDies will poll a larger Democratic
tote by 1,000 than they did two years
lch then had some vitality there is
utterly dead ; and in Halifax there
coniy n white men who will vote!
,f r York. Ii, place of Mr. WilJiamsoD,
!lbdrawn because he is a postmaster,
Gilliam will now meet in his cam
pai?Q Mr. Orlando Hubbs, who is not
1 fine f . . . ... .
'-"""aster, but who holds a suDoroi-
Postition under a negro postmas-
So tir- c-. .1 i ; j ii i . -
the e stolen tart. Atler reviewing
co'rj Qonjan4 and tens of thousands ot
topiS l tongh that hare been con
?Jarrby Dr. Buirs Cough Syrup we
ay- so iar, so gooa.
said tbat we will be called on to
i : I i i . i.
womeu over wuai w nau not iuc- part of the norlhcrn hemisphere (norrh
nnnrn era tr rt atari ti lib-o mon .Ixfiio trr I r u uuiuvi w
on and work a3 we Sid in 1876, and we of latitude fifteen) and for hundreds of
will be victorious. And wheteer vie- miles around him he can form an ac-
tory perches on our banners, or wo are curate opinion how the wind and
doomed to sutler defeat, let us be able ..kq :
to feel the consciousness that we have . 7. T 5
done our whole duty. Your great
The Art Amateur, always practical,
is notably so in its November issue.
2Q URLS. MACKEREL,
Fall and Winter. Millinery.
T EXPECT A NEW ASD UASD30ME lot
of Mlilincry Grods thla
cured the ecrvioea of a flrst-cLoas Ml UneV from
orc ef, tti.l ,are cllle8- ara Prepared ; put u
work in the most ! fafihionhln V .TiS L'l
are respectfully invited ro call.
31 lis. KATJS C. WINE
Xo. 119 North Second Street.
cct i tf J5et..ihetnut and Princess sts
Stores for Rent.
above now dr.f.iHi!oiMiw ...,. .
Store and offices! above now occu
pled by A. DamelindL
5t deuosset A CO.
Iessona in Wcod Rnrairiny " ''TKa
Art of Embroidery -How to Paint 25 MAe,KEaBL-
U When the temperature falls sud- on China.? "Materials for Oil Paint- 20 DRUMS MACiqERKL. '
statesman, your devoted patriot Mcsden,y lhere is a storm forming south of hDgt "Working Art Clubs " and the f IRLS herring,
DufHe once exhorted vou to "do vonriyu - . I . .. .1 O j
duty and leave thei consequences to 2- when the. temperature rises snd- v&ao1 An nouss ana Hints," are cr c y2 brls bkbring
God." Men of Carolina, do your duty denly there is a storm forming north, of especial value, i The array of designs t2s star copy
now and vour State will be safe, hannv. yu s embraces decorations for & ran anrl i L
prospcrous and free. Loud and pro-l,3: T.hf winda bIqw from saucer fsnowdronL bntter r,latM (vrt. Hnrrift fn tlio ! TCTattt Qf
eiuu ui iuir weatcer lowarus a region I x i w w w w aau i.i u n ftjbuxut
... I . r f , Oil!) flnWArSl m on n framA knnnn. I I
4. Cirrus clouds alwavs move from & suckle), a tea cosy fiasmine'). -an altar tS ont St. ,
DAVIS & SON
Register1 Register!! Register!!!
Shovels and Tongs.
gOMETHING VERY NICE
region where a storm is in progress to- front (sixteenth century Spanish work). TTHRE theue has just bees re
ward a region of fair weather. . r i tt j
5. Cumulus clouds always move from E figQre P nel fr Pang. panels of ceiled a Choice Flodr. Fresh Virainia V eal.
a region of fair weather, toward a re- carved wood, a page of butterflies, and Uew reari Hominy, Frvsh Buckwheat.
Q.wu ttuviBiiawiui is iuiiuiii. i uwi(,uj iui iuuuriai an work, aiuong i
6. When cirrus clouds am mnvinir tk ;iwM:.. . -er with Teaa, Coffees. Suaars. Ac.
raoidlv from the North or WnhT " , BrouPs Of Our brag WlriUe. ue aa good as evei.
there will be rain in Iprq than ttvonfo. I nJmPn
' vnwuiii- i m .
AND VERY cheap, four hours, no matter how rnhl it rrt oet xree
Gil ES & MURclHSON, be!" A TmQ M !t rpoiovint t n:.i,i. Glos i Brandies. OnefgnmenU of Frod ace
38 and 40 Murchlson Block I 117 . : . A 1egr03 bir F derick Leighton," Solicited. Lot and SUll accommodations free
si Tir '..." C'4UX wuu are moving aDd "Death and the Woodman"- somp ior country friends.
Beni. W. DaviS rapidlyfrom the South or Southwest f,. ?, vooaman f some , ; craig & tuomas.
- S Uhoro nill hn onlH rnln o .i I DO Id UZUre Stud lea b V .Tnspnh dft K it tia . I Prodnne C cmml!fin Mtfrchan i a ri.w.
lutic "ill . a vum Itiiu ouiiui Kill tUC I . . .w, , -r a a r -v..
iUUUi9 am www gtuups oi our brag Whiskies are a jrool as t vei.
isandcupids by Solon. "Love Brunswick Private stock can't be beat Tne
..T r? n 1 W XR Cabin Is a very pleasant Rye Whls
ee, and "Love's Mastery"; by key. We also keep Cora Wniskics, wines,
(Formerly with W.
r. E. Davis & Son. wiimine- morrow, if it be Summer, and if it be and a carved hanging cabinet desizned nf i t1 u HV
ton.N.C.) I Wintr. lliprawill h n nnv ctnrm Ik- t: -: .? i nt ,
i - . , , : . , . I ww xiuuian, Cincinnati. - mei .
W BARCLAY ST. NEW YORK,
R T'hn winH hTrtnri in flrton .Tvtnn1 I .
afArni. nH .hon it fm , Mxlern Home c'CneS , IS Concluded 1 17RESW GOODS BY bTKAMERS ANi A-
General Commission Merchant North the heaviest rain is East of yon; Wlth artlcIes on "The Bedroom." by fcaViJKiiSBSt wbieTaUrt
TABALERivrnnvTPVPnnnnri.. . from South, the heaviest rain is West; Roger Riordan and Clarence Cook, ff1 t .vJL-J"6ble. M
pEALER in country prodcce. Ap from the East. the v lieaviest ; rain is The Art Amateur announces the earlv MSLW
: i . .! JTloar. 11111 Feed. Lard. fUmn. nA
Oi . u toe time to give Smith's Worm
r Dora Wheeler, viz: a decorative figure . ' e, g. blair,
ood materials properly porporUooed composition ; a fan with enpids; and a : n ' 19 yorU Secnd kL
eh are the essential, renisites ia decoraUTe head oi a qhUd. - Price per Enf5RSSil
dy mixed Paintscan be best attain- mnnm. fti- iiniA if L 1 La LalSlZZZZi?? f.AV " 'iffrrJr?
ens lustiest market prices, and v:
tarns guaranteed. . A trial is all I as
RetT permission to E. E Bum
dent First National Bank of Wilmlngt
Messrrs J. U-vChadbourn . & Co.. St
Mills; P. Im Bridgers Ao., Grocers
mlng & Co.. Grain and Feed dealers;
Son, Ice ana Fish. ;
r Southern Produce a Specialty.
oct 1 6m'
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The Old North State Saloon
JJASTniS DAY RECEIVED s
a lot of, those celebrated HORNE's'ir
GARDEN OYSTRB. They are kentnlce
and arc warranted the finest oyster brJurfc?
U tlitd Eiarket. Cill and tn 'tmr&
I.P"T 1-1-1 h Itl'l .. ' wwi
always oa hand, i
Bridal Presents !
Bridal Presents !
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL .
IN LARGE VARIETY !
j m .
PLE ASK CALL AT
oct 27 - Live Book and MusJo Storts.
jJY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC ARE
respectfully notified that I haTe sold ant t9
Interest ia the utnr j.t.i-itl?."? oat y
C Omit Tn'krrFlhe'mKe
liberal patrona they hare accorded Si
bespeak the same: .for th. uZrH."0- 1
Sykes orrea BeipectfoJijf " ""
PROPRIETORS II VERY. 8 A LB AND EX
QENERAL STOCK YARD FOR
MILCJI COW4 AVD BaLF CATTLK,
Comer Fourth n J 2Iultcrr StL
I sold at Jacobi's Depot.
4 j Square, New York.
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nor?csyt0nal at5liU?n Tea t Boardlr