The ; Weekly Star:
OA Biff I.OTE SONG. i
Oh, listen to mev darklea, .. ;.
111 tell you a little story; i
Tis all about my true love,
' Do Flat Creeki mornin'-Kloryv',
She's nice as auy dew-drap
Inside de open flower ;
She's sof 'er dan de moonshine, '
An'il lubs her eb'ry hour I .
CnonusH-Maff is a sunflower
..; A' Mag is a daisy ; f v - 1
j --.:! Mag is de very gal
J- To run nigger crazy !
rljer bead is like ide full moon,
Her lipsi9 Bweet as a cherry; '
Her furrud's smoov as a lookin'-glass
': An slick as aj huckleberry; '
Her face is like a picter; w '
Her teef is white an' pearly :
Her eye is bright as a lighnin'-bug. .
An' her h'ar is 'mazin curly I - f
J like to chop de 'backer patch
Wid Mag right close behind me;
I'd like to be a "jbacker-wum
E f Mag would only find inc ; -. -
I'd like to be aflock o';sheep , : . v.-.
Ef Mag would dribe me 'bout;
I'd like to be a ftater-shp .-
Important Decision as to State Bonds.
i 4 By Telegraph to the Morning Star. t
- Richmond, June 21. Judge Christian
of the Hustings Court, this afternoon de,
livered an opinion in the case of Smith vs.
Greenhow, City Treasurer of Richmond,
on a; petition - f or a writ of mandamus to.
compel the said Treasurer to receive past
due coupons cut from State bonds issued
under the act of March, 1879, and known
as the McCullough honds. The Judge de
cides that the law passed by the Legislature
of rlast winter, known" as "The Coupon
Killer," is unconstitutional as to the class,
of coupons mentioned. (McCullough), and
orders the mandamus to be issued. '
QNot a drink, not sold in bar-rooms, but a
reliable non-alcoholic tonic medicine, use-,
ful at all times ' and in all - seasons,' is
Brown's Iron Bitters. 1 " - f , .
COTTON AND N AVAl, STOIIES
.MONTniY STATE3TCNT. " '
-RECEIPTS ; V
For the week ending Juno 18, 1832.
Cofon. Spirits Rosin. Tar: Crude.
, 219 ; 2,836- ,8,090 . 332 - 2,294
From June 13 Jo June 20, 1881. '"."
Cotton: Spirits.;, Rosin-"Tar.- Crude.
1 1 142 2,428 J -8,263, 278 . 3,321
- . " , exports :: -r . -
For the weekending June 18,-1882.
- :'; : Cotton.-Spirits. Rosin.. - far. Crude.,
domestic 5ia 441 l 3 si 4 Kfla-.. , no
I Foreign. .. . 000. 3,017 16,053 : 000 ' 00
Mag would set me out I
I seed her for de fus' time j -
lii thinnin'-out de cora;'1 - ,
Shefmade my feelin's fliitlerate
An', now ray heart isigone;
OhJ Iluhs her like de mischuf, i ,
i s oouna to ten ner soon, . i ,
I'll cote her At de shuckin'
On de cb&ngin' ob de) moon ! - ,
; The -Century Une-a-lsrae.
... . : i Jor tne star.:;--
XV GOVERNMENT STATISTICS
ALEiGit, N.' C, Jnne 1 6, 1882.
Editor At noon to-day I
cea to oe in a room at xne vjapi-
When the occupant's mail was re-
cei v ea. The Star js among) the J
pap srs, and in it I read with interest
the ?di tonal headed "Radical Eitray-!
aga ice in County Affairs." The ar
, ticl j consists of extracts from a re
' pori, made by Mr. Conigland: and an
' edii.opat statement of other parts of ;
the same report. I. have examined
; tlie State" Auditor's reports' referred
New York Stock Market Weak
.- IiOwer. . -
; IBy Telegraoh to the Mornlnc Star.l --
New York, June 21, 11 A; M. The
stock market opened generally weak and
il per cent, lower : than at yesterday's
close, the latter for Northwest. In the
early trade a decline of ilf per cent, took
place, in which Lake Shore, Louisville &
Nashville and Wabash' preferred were the
most conspicuous. There was then a re
covery of ii per cent.; but at 11 o'clock
the general list reached ii per cent ,
while C. O. G. & I. sold down 1 per cent.
- Nathan Lucid, colored, was lynched at
Sardius, Miss.T yesterday. charged with an
.George Deon, of Charlotte, . N. C. shot
the wife of Wm. Wade,' who was stoning
-Deon's house, in which Wade and "another
woman" were quartered, - at that place yes
terday." - - -
- Alex.i Forbes, of Hamilton, Ontario,' shot
George Ralston, care-taker of c the Central
school and "his housekeeper, and then killed
himself. The housekeeper was formerly
Forbes' wife, but they had been long sepa
'. rated. i :MMf Wii
-The Grand Army of the Republic gather
ing at Baltimore yesterday i was a grand af
fair. -The city was profusely decorated and
the procession contained 25,000 meiU; Pre
sident Arthur, members of the Cabinet and
many other distinguished officials and per
sons were present. .- ; ;"; i,
.; Total... ; 359 . 3,458 19,566
- "EXPORTS ,.- '1 '
v From June 13 to June 20,' 1881, ; " !
Cotton. aptrits.l2osin. Tar. Crude.
Domestic " 373 -421-, 294 v -393', 17
Foreign; 000 ,2,233 12,139 -' 000 - 00
Total.; 873, 2,654 12,433
- i STOCKS
: Ashore and Afloat, June 18, 1882. "
r. ' ". Ashore. Afloat", Totals.
uo ion .......,'. BS7
ri: STOCKS ".." . .
Ashore and Afloat, June .20, 1881.
Cotton. Spirits. Basin. . Tar. - Crude.
1,347 2,029 ' 32,779 2,870 1,154
29. - 916
9,421 - 77,774
. 000 3,925
- 000 -1,578
STAR OFFICE,' June 15, 6 P. JL :
SPIRITS VTURPENTINE--The market
opened-firm at 42$ cents per gallon, with
sales reported later of 350 casks at 43 cents,
closing dull, with 200 -casks offered at 43
cents. -." .' V ' '
ROSIK - The. ' market - opened at
$1 55 for "Strained and 1 60 for Good
Strained, with sales reported of . 500 bbls.
Good Strained at quotations, closing quiet.
TAR Sales reported at fl 80 ;.per
bbl of 280 lbs., closing with, an advancing
tendency, $1 90 per bbL being freely bid.
CRUDE TURPENTINE- The" market
was Btcady at $1 50 for Hard and $2 75 for
Yellow Dip and Virgin, with Bales of to
day's receipts at quotations. .
COTTONThe market was steady, with
8 mall sales at the following official . quota
Ordinary': ll;. . . 7. . . . V : "8 15-16 cents . ft
ood Ordinary. "..10 5-16 " l"
Lowinddline. .11 3-16 " x "
Middling: . ..... r..: ; .riif
- June 20 1881.
Cotton. ; 10 ,
Spirits.. . 40 " I
Rosin .. 1 75 1 80
Tar 2 50 r
Crude... 2 -75
June 18, 1883.
'1 524 1 60
" 2 25 -
1 50 2 75 -
EXPORTS FOR THE WEEK, '
A negro fireman fell from ; a
train. . When found the following occurred
! . A a.1 iTl JtT T . .
- j , uri n i jv v accoruing w uie unarioiwj wserveri in re-
to ad tmrt Mr. Uonigiand s figures gponse to a question as to whether he was
entirely, accurate ','arid;:hl&VconiinentS'' hurt or not, he replied that he was shook
upon them altogether proper.
facta - are remarkable and ought -to'
liavt'l wide circulation, as ttiey
do good snrvice in the coming cam-
up a little but not hurt, having struck xm
his head, j His hat was found, half a foot
under the sand at the spot where his head
struck. He was ! helped on the engine,
when he commenced firing up as if nothins
paign and in . determining the atti-' had happened, and, the : train resumed its
tudefof thejDebcoratc party in re-, journeys - , -
gHS - ' IJYING WITNESSES.-The hundreds
ter. tThe Stab las done a good day s 0nkeajt and healthy looking men, wo-
work in bringing themtolight. Keep men and children, that have been rescued
th'pm .before - the neonle. and suoole- 1 from beds of pain, Bickness and weUf nigh
men t them withf the tores for iateri d by Pker'sflmger Tonic are thebest
years, Avhichyod will -find in the:Au-'
ditor's Reports for188p and 188lt all
of like purport with those, quoted;
torn Mr. Conigland.- f,. 1 .;' II. ;
evidences in the world of its sterling merit
and worth. - You will find such in almost
every, community. , ; . f
From the Detroit Tribune.
J Sometimes ritelieve the little ones
&ay the best : things after all. I!
know a little family in Detroit who
jare lieartbrpken Jand sad this Sator
flay night. ; There were three last.
Saturday, but to-day only two are
left. The tie that bound them more'
closeIy.tb.an that which the clergy- ; rjv sKAnre T?nminj W were
man arew uas laieiyj; uovn nwseywi i ghown at Raleigh a few days ago a speci-
Democratle Convention Third
, fslal District, i . .
- The Democratic - Convention of the
Third Judicial District will meet in the
town of ; Magnolia, on Tuesday, the 27th
day of June next, to nominate candidates
for Judge and Solicitor. - The eounty - con
ventions in the several counties ot the Dis
trict will please attend to the election of
delegates accordingly. - C- ..
By direction of the EsecutiveCoaraaittee,
" .. ! -; DcBrutz Cutxar, Chairman
. Wilminarton. N. a;May 27. 1882. .
i Democratic papers of the District please;! JFf 18 "if
.coDVi -rrijmfci;,-J-;- uw ;ii .r" r -
' . - COASTWISK
New York Schr Albert Mason
bbls rosin. . - , . -
New Y ork Steamship Regulator 336
bales cotton, 361 bbls spts turpt, 1,206 do
rosin, 100 do tar, 92 do rice, 67 tierces, 22
bbls peanuts 27 bbls corn, 11 bales yarn, 1
cora wooa, pKgs mase, luo.JKU leet lum
ber. . .
New York Schr Chas' M News 240,
416 feet lumber. ' - - . .
, Schr Henrietta Hill-40,071 feet
lumber. ., - v .
New York Schr Annie R Lewis 5,990
. I FOREIGN. 5
Antwerp Nor ; barque jEolus 750
casks spmts turpentine, 1,800 bbls rosin.
Belfast Nor barque Gazellen 500
casks ' spmts turpentine, 1,561 bbls rosin.
Hamburg Nor barque Hjemmet-r3,232
- ANTWERP--Nor brig -Alkor--SOO casks
spirits turpentine 1,116 bbls rosin.'
Rotterdam Ger , barque Soli , Deo
Gloria 4,028 bbls rosin ,
m. London Nor , brig Regubuen 1,669
casks spirits turpentine. .
Cnarleston Rice Blarket, June lO.
Charleston News and Courier.
r Rice There were no sales of - moment
reported in this grain? We quote: Com
mon 56c; Fair Gi6fc; Good 67ic;
Prrme nominal at 7t7c per Id.
, Carolina rough rice is quoted at $1
$1- 20 per - bushel for common, , $1 30
1 40 for fair to good,, and $1 50 and
upward pet bushel, for prime to, choice
lots. - .
..... '815-16 cents tt
10 5-16 , ' "
COTTONThe market was steady, with
no receipts or sales to report.- . r - - -Ordinary
X . .'. . , i 9 1-16 cents $ B
Good Ordinary ..T.; riO "7-16 f.
Low lliddling. . . '11 5-16 - J,t " 1
Mddlin Hi - - .---
Good Ifiddlinff.,::.,. 12K
. PEANTJTff-Marketsteady at $1 251 35
for.Prime,': $1 401 50 for: Extra Prime,
and $1 551, 65, per, bushel for. Fancy.
Shelled peanuts 5c per lb, : , , - , ; '
m m m"
-'-. New York Dried Vrnlt Market. 5
New York JournaT of Commerce, June 20.
' , Huckleberries prime 13c. Raspberries- :
prime 32c. Blackberries prime 14a Cher
ries . 1920c'. : Evaporated apples Choice
to fancy 1415c; and sun-dried lots as fol
lows: North Carolina sliced, fancy, 88ic;
do. good and prime 77fc; do. fair 5i6c.
Peaches Evanorated.' neeled. old c: do
unpeared lli12lc; North Carolina sun--
anea peeled I718c, IJeorgia 1516c, and
other grades 1214c; unpeeled halves 5ic
and quarters 5c. Plums ll12c for South
ern and 1213e for State. , s j
men of kaolin found in : Catawba county. ?
ifc W H Trott had the specimen, and he
says it is ia great abundance in that county.
The specimen is very fine and white.
PERSON AL! TO MEN ONLY I The Voltaic
Bslt Co., Marshall, Mich.,' will send Bk. Btb'b
Celebrated Ei.ectbo-Voi.taic Belts ' and Elkc
tric Appliances on trial for thirty days to men.
yorniff or old) who are- afflicted with "NerrotiB
Debility, Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete -restoration
of health and wanly vigor. Address as
above. N. B. No risk to incurred, as thirty days'
trial is allowed. . ; ,
- A LOVELY MAY DAY IN NEW ORLEANS. On
Tuesday (always Tuesday), May 9th, the 144th
Grand Monthly Distribution of The Louisiana
State Lottery occurred. Generals G; T. Beaure
gard, of La., and Jubal A. Early, of Va., bad as
usual the entire charge. The turning of fortune'
wheel spilled oat promiscuously $110,400. Here
after the monthly distribution will be $265,500, on
nn enianrmi snht tiia. with tickets at 5 the rela
tive value of the $1 to the prizes being undis
turbed, and fifths sold with a capital prize of
$75 000. The first capital prize, $30,000, was drawn
by ticket No. 19,102, held by John Weger, Post
master at- Kasota, Minn. The second capital,
$10,000, was drawn by No. 94,638, held by Charles
Nelson, cor. 16th st. and Ave. M Galveston, Tex.
The third capital, $5,000. was sold in halves to
ticket No. 47,960. The two C2) fourth capital prizes
of $2300 each were drawn by No. 84,726 and Noi
10,822. The next drawing, with a scheme more
than dnnhlv enforced, takes dace on Tuesday
(always Tuesday) July 11th; and for further infor
mation apply to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.'
Correspondence of Chicago Times, Aug. 10, 1881.
THE WOBLD'S EPILETIG INSTITUTE.
fc Wh passmg through St. Joseph, and having
heard a great deal about the 'World's Epileptio
Institute located here I concluded te: pay the
celebrated institution a : short visit, we were
met by Dr. Richmond, the proprietor, who has
gamed a repntation as Droaa as ine lanu. no is
a rather small, yet prepossessing man, of very
and .the lurht of their! countenance;
went out with tlio red . winter sun;
only the. other night. ' fTlie fallher is
W railroad' ruani. ? whose duties call
ini awav from hOraej nearly three-;
ourth.s of the time. ; It was his habit:
whenever -lie . was . apout to start
I'or his home to telegraph his wife ap-j
prising her of the f act 'In these tele-;
grams he never. failed to mention the
name of the little four-year-old, and
the dispatches usually Iran as follows
"Tell Arthur I (shall sleep with him'
to-night." Tht Labyi boy was very
proud of these telegrams, which his
mother would read tcj him, and he.
considered: the rteledraf' a great in-
other night; when the
done ; its work and the
mother was sobbing out her anguish j
the little one turned calmly in his
bed and said:'?"Ion't ky, mama, I
shall sleep wiv t)od, 'oo know. Send
Dod a teledraf and tell him I s'all
sleep wiv him to-night,' But the
message went straight up there with-'
out the clicking of wires or the rustj
ling of wings. " ; I
New York Commercial Chronicle.,
New York:. ! Jnne.16. The move
ment of the crop, as indicated Dy I za.bie 21 Jfa(ir
Us IQTOugu Uia tuatituchuu imuuuiuniiuj)wnwJM
It is a five-story building, 203x180 feet, with base
ment, and contains over three hundred, rooms,
and can accommodate five hundred patients, and
each and every room is furnished in the most ele
gant and hwlsntaanner.'' But -we wfll begin at
the office which is a large room, furnishea -with
rosewood furniture throughout, 't In the ofBce are
thousands of photographs of those who have been
benefited by "the Nervine The walls are ele
gantly papered, and are profusely decorated with
and nnt! vnicinires. relieved here and there
by busts in stone and bronze of eminent men of
wa anH nihp-r ftmmtriefi. In connection with the
.: Institute Is a mammoth printing house and bind
ery, occupying six or seven large rooms, ana a
score of presses are kept runnmg iught and day
turning ont work for the doctor. The office is
one of the finest and most complete in the wesfc
and he has the rooms decorated, carpeted and
trimmed up with as much care and luxury is
his oWnprlvate office.: On the first ffoor ofthis
mammoth building is the doctor's private office,
the prmtmg . department, bindery, , tank room,
packing, bottling and consultation rooms, barber
shop, drug store, etc., all of which are fitted up
regardless of expense. - The second floor has the
hotel office, dining, billiard and- cooking rooms,
many guest chambers and several parlors. The
third and fourth floors are all rooms, all of which
are furnished with Brussels oarpeta and the finest
furniture. The billiard room has six tables., all
of which are free to the guests of the house .and
their friends. ;t The bath room is large - and' neat ,
and is also free to guests. The entire building is
surrounded on the east and south by an elegant
five acre park, in which are lovely trees, beds of
rich and rare plants, gravel walks and drives, de
licious arbors, and a. most beautiful summer
house;! There are also a number of fountains
'that add wonderfully to the beauty of the park,
which is truly one of the most lovely and attrac
tive ia the western country, and the Institute
has no equal for luxury and comfort in the world.
Everything is perfection, and the visitor Is At
once charmed with the entire place and its sur
roundings. An idea of the immensity of the doc
' tor's business may be .given when we say that on
' tne day we visited the Institute he showed us to
his express room, and we saw the expressman
take goods labeled to the following plaeea, to say
nothing of hundreds of orders from all quarters
of America? Lyons, France; Geneva, Switzerland;
ktAiA Hmin -RmnsaleL Belgium: CaDe Town,
employs hundreds of men and women in his In-
New Yorlc Comparative Cotton State-
. meat. - "
I'U By Teltgraph to the Morning Star J
New . Yoke, June 16. The , follow
ing is the comparative cotton statement for
ending this date: ' ;
''-;;,-K' -.rT-v"-:. .1883. 1881i
Net receipts at all United 1 " C i -s-7
States ports during the ' ;
' week.. v 12,956 28,144
- date. i . i . . . . . 4,559,055 5.577,405
Exports tor tne wecic. . . ;:- sa,oia nv,V5Z
Total exports to this
date:. . . . 7. . . 3,285,7084,212,310
Stock in all United Stated
Stock at " all interior
Stock in .Liverpool. . . .
American , afloat , for
'; Great Britain. . . .. . ..-
New Tori :
June 19. . . "
New York Journal of Commerce.
c ' Spirits TurpentinerTherehas heenlitttle
life to trade. . Such" parcels as have ; been
sold brought firm prices, and we instance
one lot of 100 bbls on dock sold at 48cv The
arrivals have, been considerable to-day, and
huvers hold off in hopes that when these
parcels are put on tne marKet tne tendency
will be more in then-, favor. Rosins The
Strained and No.' 2 grades have further ex
port demand und show a firm .range of
prices. The higher grades sell moderately
ana prices are very regular xasc -.quo
tations: Rosm Common 2 YZCdtf 15; good
Strained at 2 171 from yard :No2. E F at
$2 22i2 40; No. 1 Q H at $2 502 65
crood No. 1 I at $2 75; low pale K at
12 871: pale M at $3 00; extra pale N at
L$3 ; 253 371; window glass W at $3 75
Pitch OuolQd at $2 25. .
Good Middling.. 12
PEANUTS Market steady at 1 251 35
for Prime, $1 401 50 for; Extra Prime,
and $1 . 551 65 per bushel for Faney.
Shelled peanuts 5c per lb? ; . :. . ! v 1 1
- STAR OFFICE, June 16. 4 P,M.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
opened firm at 43 cents 'per . gallon, with
sales reported of 40Q' casks at that ' figure,
closing steady. -; . " .
ROSIN The market opened steady at
$1 521 for Strained and 1 60 for Good
Strained, with sales reported of 1,000 bbls
at quotations. - 4 '".'-',
TAR Market firm at $2 25 per bbl. of
280 lbs, with sales at quotations. - ' "
CRUDE TURPENTINE The market
was steady at $1, 50 for Hard and $2 75 for
Yellow Dip and Virgin,with sales of to
day's receipts at quotations. ' , - i
i COTTONThe market was steady, with
small sales at the following official quota
tions:" ' ' .
Good Ordinary. .
Low Middlin?. . .
PEANUTS--Market steady1 at fl' 25
1 35 ' for Prime, $1 401 50 for Extra
Prime, and : $1, 551 65 , per bushel for 1
Fancy. Shelled peanuts 5c per R. ,
STAR OFFICE, Juno 17, 6 P. M. -
- SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
opened dull at 43 cents per gallon, closing
with 42 cents bid and 43 cents asked. No
ROSIN The market . was - quiet' and
steady at $1 521 for Strained, and $1 60 for
Good Strained, with sales reported of 1,000
bbls at quotations. . : r
TAR Firm at : $2 25 -'per bbl of 280
lbs, -.with sales at quotations. Incorrectly
reported at $ 1 25 in our first edition. ;
CRUDE TURPENTINE The market
was steady at $1 50 for Hard and $2 75
for Yellow. Dip 'and .Virgin,, with sales Of
to-day's receipts at quotations. , - -'-V :
COTTONThe market was steady-, with
small sales at the following official quota
tions: ,-;. ' ,,! ' r: -' :'- . '' : i : "
Ordinary., i. .... .
Good Ordinary. . ,
Middling. .. .. .
Good Middling. :
PEANUTS-Market steady at f 1 251 35
for Prime, $1 401 50 ; for Extra Prime, '
and' fl 551 65 per bushel .for Fancy. ;
Shelled peanuts 5c per lb; ' ' ; ,j!.';-
. STAR OFFICE. June 194 P: M.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
opened firm at 42$ cents per gallon bid, with
sales reported of 450 casks at that price." " :
ROSIN The market was quiet at $1 52
forStramed, and $1 60 for Good Strained,
with sales as offered. ;-',:';"r.'.';:; -V . '' '" ' ;
TAR Firm at $2 25 per bbl. of 280 lbs.,
with sales at quotations.' ":,"";: 'i;--;;-;';f:
CRUDE TURPENTLNE-The market:
was steady at $1 50 for Hard and $2 75 for
Yellow Dip and Virgin, with sales of to-
day's receipts at quotations. "
COTTONThe market was steady, with'
small sales at the following official quota-:
Ordinary.... .;i. 815-16 cents W Vb
Good Urdlnary. ; . . ; ... io 5-16
Low Middling...;.... II 3-16
; .,. Schr Lorenzo, Bloodgood, New River,
naval stores to Hall & PearsalL '-'.:.- ' :.
s Schr Katie Edwards, Bell. New River,
naval stores to Hall & Pearsall. .:
Schr E Frances, Jones, New River naval
stores and cotton to Hall & Pearsall. ,
Schr Wahab, Williams, Elizabeth City,
,2,000 bushels corn to J IMetts. . . .. . ; .
Barque Horace Scudder, 327 tons. Sears,
New York. Geo Harriss & Co. ' i i; s
Schr Eva L Leonard, 115 tons, Googins,
Dosion, xi u uareer c vo."
Steamship- Benefactor, Triboo ;New
York T E Bond;-;;;:.:w;K-4:i-
' Schr Bessie E Dickmsorv874 tons,1 Dick
inson, Bath, E G Barker & Co. -r; .
Ger barque Edward Pens, 357 tohs,Kipp,
Daker, Africa, EPeschau & "Westermann. .-'
Schr Lorenzo, Bloodgood,5 New. 'River,
Hall & PearsalL . . .-
. Schr Katie Edwards, .Bell, New River,
Hall.& PearsalL- f "
.: . . Schr E Frances, Jones, New River, ' Hall
& Pearsall, .
For .barque .Eolus," Krogh, Antwerp,
Paterson, Downing & Co. s 1; ?
Nor brig Gazellen, Weibye; Belfast, Ire
land, Alex Sprunt & Son. . "-
Nor ...barque Hjemmet, Ingcmundsen,
Hamburg, D R Murchison & Co. ..' t - V f
- Schr Albert Mason, Abbott, New York,
Robinson &King; vessel by Geo Harriss j &
Schr Chas M NewinsJ Matthiesen, New
York, J W Taylor; vessel by Geo Harriss
& Co. ' - "V' .. ;:f;.:
Schr Henrietta Hill, Chadwick, ' j ;
J W Taylor j vessel by Geo Harriss & Co.
- Nor brig Alkor, Madsen, Antwerp, Alex
Sprunt & Son. vAiv-W-l .vv
Geu barque -Soli Deo Gloria, Meyer, Rot
terdam, E G Parker & Co. t -
Nor brig Regubuen, Olsen, London, Eng,
D R Murchison & Cor ;
Schr Annie R Lewis, Lewis, New York,
Colville & Co; vessel by E G Barker & Co.
Dr. John : F. Hancock,
late President of the National Phar-
maceutical Association of the United
States, says :" '
. : -7 ' ' ' "Brown' Iron" Bitters - Km a,'
- j . heavy sale, is conceded to be a fin
- tonic; the character of the manu
facturer is a voucher for its parity -
: '' -.-'i-.i". and medicinal excellence."'
: Dr. Joseph Roberts
President Baltimore Pharmacentical
' College, says: , r. , ,
: r " : t ! indorse it as a fine medicine, '
. .reliable as u strengthening tonic '
.' '.. ' : free from alcoholic poisons?-
; Dr. J. Faris Moore, Ph."
-;: , D., Professor of Pharmacy, Bald-
tUmore Phermaceufical College, says: J
WHOLESALE PRICES. . ,
Our "quotations. It should he understood
represent the wholesale prices generally. Irt .
mating up mn&U orders higher prices have to be
charged.' ,. . -i--""
-BAGGING Gunny ..
. . j j
- - oianuaru
BACON North Carolina,
.; nams, y b..!
" - - Sides, choice, $ lb...:.'.
"Wkstebm Skokxb Hams, $ B.-r
Shoulders, lb.....-...:....- -Dbt
Sai-tto Sideis, lb.
Shoulders, 0. ...... .......
BARRELS Spirits Turpentine, f
second nana, eacn..
- New New York, each..i.v..V
- New City, each... ...... v.,.
BEESWAX 9 ib.....
BRICKS Wilmington, JI .....
BBTTER North Carolina, ft lb.
Northern, lb........... .v..
CANDLES fl Spermi. .';. -
& 14 00
- -; ; '' Broirn's Iron Bitters is a safe . '
?l'j teiSff-8 reliable medicine, posidrelyi ffc
--.V.; OJui free from alcoholic poisons, and can ;i.,
' - '. be recommended as a tonic for use ; i J, :
. . among those who oppose alcohoL"
Dr: Edward Earickson, ;, '
Secretary Baltimore College of Phar- - ' T.
- -r- Biacy;.says ' ' . -
',-"'' . - ."I indorse it as an excellent
. :. medicine, a good digestive agent, .
- . and a non-intoxicant in the fullest
;;5.;-: '"sense.". . . , - -
r;f.-i; Dr. Richard Sapington, . 'V
i . 1," one of Baltimore's oldest and most
ir: .. reiiaoie pnysicyuns, sas,; ;i w
Tallow . ; .v: i.', . ;-w..v.i.iT-y 11J4
Adamantine, .. 13.
CHEESE lb Northern Fact'ys aM4
-i ;.. Dairy, Cream.... . . . ... "S? 15
4 'BTAW....-...iii.-.i.i..;..... M
COFFEE $ B Java..;j?.v,4-s. ,j l8 88
Laguym. . ... .i .j.. . . ... JL ; '. .- IS . 14
fc- Ho..wr:.-.;....;ii.'".i.i.V?.v:' 10 & 14
CORN MEAL- bush-, to sacks, . "1 '08' 1 10 "
5 -."--' - Yirjrinih Meal..,.. 1-15 ,1 17i :
COTT03 TIES bundle....... ? 150, 175
DOMESTICS Sheeting, 4-4, yd 7 : 7 ,
- Yarns, ?T bunch. 00 " 1 10
EGGS Jp dozen. 00JI 19
FISH Mackerel, No. 1, V bbLi. ,1ft 00 - SO 00
juacKerei. no. l, V nair DDI., woo & iu w
9 60 lo 00
5 00-f 5 50
8 60 9 00
8 00 3 GO
700 8 60
00 - 4 00
. 5 9
"AH ho have uscf it nrji. it- ii
J standard virtuts, nd tne.' well.',
) known tharcter of the house which .
makes it is a sufficient guarantee ..
'; : of its being nil that is churned, for O
.... ihey are icn who could not be m
' uccd to olTcr anything else but a
reliable medicine fcr jjublic use." - -
A'Dnaggist Cured. ,
Boonsboro. 1IJ.. Oct. i tSt
J ' t Ccnttemen : Brown's Iron' Bit- , J
1crs cured me of a bad attack of. '
; i Indigestion and fullness in the stom- '
f , tich. Having tested i t ,' 1 tak e pleas- r; I :
t, lire in racomraendinz it ta n-.y cus " v
'i;". iunicrs. and am glad to s .y it cives
rj tiatir saii.racrion to aJl." . ......
-; . .-r;?; 1 ;y w") Druggist.. j
0 00 6 50
0 00 . 6 00
6 60 7 60
7 75 10 00
0 00 OoOV,
'.- U i
'. 1 "AsVywsf Diurj.ist &ri Brown's .
X Taos EiTtere, at-.l take'no olher.-
. )ne trial will roi'Viiii 3 you t!iit it
THE DAILY STAR.
815-16 cents lb
10 5-16 'f
b a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Penrflan
Bark and the Phosphates, associated with the
Vegetable Aromatic. - Endorsed by the Medical
r Profession, and recommended by them for Dya
t Mpttakecaeral DebUlti;, remle Dlf
SMrWMorTltaait7. ervn Ptsmk
. tratlon.-Convaieane from Fevers
sad Clironle Cbllla said FTer. It serves
' every purpose where a, Tokio Is necessary. -
fbarfwtotd tjtlieHr.BrtgeidiiB Co, St lorn
.' The following Is one of the rery many tesUmo
nlals we are receiving daUjri - -
Cmfltmn: -8ome three months airo I began the .
use of Da. Habtkb's Iboh Tokic. upon the 1
s-wno Knew its virtnet
OLDEST DAILY PAPER. IN
u ': Mackerel No. 8. bbl
Mackerel, No. S, half bbl..
;i Mackerel, No. Sig bbi. y. ; ..
Mullets, Pork bbla. ..... i .
S; N- C. Eoe'Herrinj?, 9 keg...
- Dry Cod, 9 S..i......ii
FERTILIZERS 99 2.003 Dounda.
- PeruvianGuano,No. 1.. 67 60 63 50
t" - '..' .'. No. 2 86 00 87 00
- . - B ' ' -'- ;-"' '- Lobos...... 00 00 61 00
. Baugh's Phosphate. ...... 00 00 60 00
? Carolina Fertilizer........ . 45 00 60 00
?. Ground Bono .;. . . ..... .J. .; 00 00 O 40 00
'. . Bone MeaL 00 00- 45 00
T , Bone Flour i-s:s .. O0OQ . 67 0O
-S Navaa8aGuano 40 00 45 00
: Complete Manure. . 00 00-- 67 00
r-., wnann'8iospnate...v.. uo 00 vu uo
vv Wando Phosphate...... ...... 00,00. 70 00
. Berger & Bute's Phosphate.. 00 00 60 00
' Excellenza Cotton Fertilizer, 66 00 60 00
tsijuyjo. v D01 fine. . -; . i .
-';- " 1 Extra
- - Family. i,... ..
. City Mills Extra. . ...... .
V-.;-'- " Family.;. ..,
- ' ' Extra Family
GLUE ? B..;..;
GRAIN bushel. ;
Cora, from'store, bags, white t 07J 1 Iff -;
t Corn, cargo, in bulk, n " 99 - 1 00 " .
h-I Com, cargo. In bags, v '. 1 02 1 03 i
Corn, cargo, Mixed, in bags. 94 - 95 - '
, . vats, rrom store....... 7a ; : 7TV4
- Cow Peas i ; 00 1 25
HIDES Jb Green ............ 4 6J4 "
Dry........................... - 10 11
HAY $ 100 lbs Eastern I 25 1 80
Western....... 1 20 125
NorthEiver..........wi....... 100 115
HOOP IRON Ton... v.... 80 00 85 00
LARD B Northern 12 18J4,
North Carolina 00" 14
LnvTB g barrel :. . ..... . ...... 1 10 & 1 60 J
LUMBER City Sawed M ft. '
v:; ouxp Btuii, resawea.. ia ou . M uu :
. ? xtoagn iage rianK... ....... . is uu 1000 ' .
..West India Cargoes, accord
ing to quality............ 13 00 18 00
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.. 18 00 23 00 -
Scantling and Boards, com'n 12 00 15 00 -MOLASSES
erallon. . . ,. '
,: New Crep Cuba, inhhds...'..
'," " .i ',-'." , in bbls
Porto Bico, In hhds
. " " in bbls
Sugar House, in hhds..
.-. ' J " - m DDIS
. .Byrup, in bbls
NAILS Keg Cut, lOd basis..
OILS- gallon Kerosene .... . ;
... Lard.. .v.i.,
. y linsocd. ...... .-..-.. . v',.....
-. Rosin ......;... ,
... -Tar '.
Deck and Spar
POULTRY Chickens, live, grown
rjlMK HAII.T HORNIWH ttTAK, A
FIRST-CIjASS DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER,
published at the following low i. 1 "i.':.'
: .f 22
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION t
One Year, postage paid,...
8tx Montlus - " ...
Throe . ' " "
One, i" . ...
..... ..4 .
' ' 75
vice of many friends who knew its i
aes I was -
suffering from general debility to each an extent
; that my labor was exceedingly burdensome to me.
A vacation of a month did not gire me much re
lief, cat on tne contrary, was followed by In
creased, prostration and sinking chills. At this
time Iwmi the use of your Dtos Toinc, from.
: which I reidized almost Immediate and wonderful
- results. - The old energy returned and I found that
-. my natural force was not permanently abated. X
. bare used three bottles of the Tome. . Since using
it I hare done twice the labor that I ever did in the
same time during my illness, end with double the
ease. With the tranquil nerve and vhrorof body,
. has come also a clearness of thought never before
enjoyed. If the Tome has not done the work, X
- know net what. I give it the credit.
Troy, O., Jan, 1878. Pastor Christian Church,
1 For Sale by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhef
1 je 20 D&Wly "T; ' tu th sa f ' . -. ''
THE DAILY STAR
1 - ' ' , ,
Contains full Reports of the Wilmington Mar
v ket8, Telegraphic Reports of the Northern
' and European Markets, and the Latent '
V General Kerws, by Telegraph and " 3
-, Mail, from all parts of the - i , , .
. World. .. x
Largest DAILY CIRCULATION in the STATE
PEANUTS-HP bushel.... . .... ..
POTATOES bushel Sweet
Irish. ner bbl. i . . . . . ...... .1-
PORK-HP bbl.-City Mess..... -.227 00
.:,;. mm.... ......
Rumn ... . . .1 . . .... .; . . i
RICE Carolina, .......
Rough, t bushel.,...
BAGS ttt Country.. V.,
'' City . . . ..... . .-.
ROPE S B.....W.........
SALT $ sack Alum; . ..
; . juverpooi,
- us Don. . ;. j. ......:. .. . .,.
SUGAR $ lb-Cuba... :
Porto Rico.. .
. Afcffee ...... "..4...:
" O-J- - -" " I - l-'H- Ij'CII
Ex O ..-..,!. .:. .j -: ..
SOAP-HP B Northern,... j.j,..
8HINGLE- M ContractX :
Common 2 00
Cypress'Saps. . . . ... . ; . .;. 4 60
! Cypress Hearts i 0 00
STAVES M W. O. BarreL... 13 00
R. O. Hogshead., 00 00
TALLOW ) TD-.
. Mill Prime.
Common Mill..-.- i..-
- Inferior to Ordinary ..... .. .
WHISKEY gallon Northern '
- North Carolina . .. .-. i ... . .
WOOL-HP ft Washed......
Barry. ...... .......
16 00 17 00-
17 00 18 00
95 I 15
'" ; 1
S-HP M feeb-Shipping.. 12 0C
Snipping.s..... ..... .. 14 00
pa do .. .......... 13 CO
15 25 .
WM. H. BERNARD,
. - EDITOS A PlOPRDCTOB,
WHmin ton, K. O.
oiir " tGlearama trom tne ooniu 10
night, is given Ijelow. For 4ibe week
ending this " evening (June 10),
the total feceijjts; have reached 13,
658 bales, against, 15,624 bales last
week, 15,950 bales the previous week,
and 1 3,981 bales three weeks , since ;
making the iotjal receipts since the 1st
of September, 1881, 4,586,1 VI' bales;
against 5,622,692 bales for the same
period of 1 8 80-8 1 , showing a decrease
since September 1, 1881, of 1,036,521
bales. . ,r',
Tlie exports ( for tlie week ending
this evening reach a total of 32,173
bales, of which 24,388 were to Great
Britain, 2,681 to France, and 5,104
to the rest of the Continent, while the
!tocks as made' up this evening are
now 394,850 bales.
To-day there -was an unsettled
opening, but the final close was firm
at 57 points advance. Cotton on
the spot lias not been so active as last
Week, yet a yery; fair, business was
done for export and i home eonsnrap
tion. 'The concentration of stocks at
this market and the superiority of
our shipping facilities. bring buyers
to this market. But holders have
met the demand readily, and on Tues
day quotations were.i reduced l-16c.
To-day there was a further reduction
it was recovered, mid-
f - COTTON MAHJKETS.
By Telegraph to the Morning Star.
net receipts 206 bales; Norfolk, steady at
12c net receipts : 409 bales; Baltimore.
holiday ; Boston, quiet at 12e net receipts
224 bales :PhUadelDhia. quiet at 124c net
receipts 290 bales;; Savannah, -quiet and
steady at life net- receipts 257; bales;
New (Means, firm at 12ic aet receipts
100 bales: Mobile, amet and firm at 12c
net receipts 14 bales ; lemphis', , -firm , and
held lusher at lBc-net receipts a naies;
Auinista, - quiet at life net receipts 23
hales: Charleston auietv atMac-net re
ceipts 14 bales. M'
New Tforlt Peanut Market. 't
New York Journal of Commerce, June 20.
4 Peanuts maintain strong" prices on the.
moderate run or stocks and steady aemana.
Quotations are as follows : 1 Hand-picked at
94ai0cr extra prime at 8Jc; aaa at
9ic ; fair to-prime at :7i7fc. ; shelled quo
ted at 55Sc: Spanish sneiied at icsic.
: i 5 OO per year 'can- be easily made at home
working for S. G. Bideout & Cq., 10" Barclay St
New York.- Seri4 for their catalogue and fall
particulars. . . . oct22Wly
9 a.-4s : r- ;,J, ,
". a nnwit town MERCHANT, havini passed
several sleepless nights, disturbed by the agonies
and cries of a suffering: child, and becoming com
vlnced that Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup was
Just the article needed, procured a supply for the
child. On reaching homo and acquainting his
wife with what he had done, she refused to have it
administered to the child, as she was strongly in
favor of Homoeopathy. That night the ohild passed
Good Middling : 12
i PEANUTS-Market steady at $1 251 85
for Prime. $1 401 50 for - Extra Prime,
and f 1 551 65 per "bushel - for Fancy."
Shelled peanuts 5c per lb. : - j
STAR OFFICE. June 20r 6' P. M. i
SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
opened firm at 42$ cents per gallon, ; with
sales reported later of 700 casks at 43 cents,
closing firm at the advance. - ,
ROSINThe market was steady at $1 52$
for Strained., and $1 60 for Good Strained,
with sales &i qiiatatons. . , ' " '
,;TAR Finn at $2 30 per ; bbl of .280
lbs.; with sales At quotations, . - - .
CRUDE TURPENTINE The market
was steady, at $1 50 forJEIard . and $3 75
for Yellow Dip and Virgin, with sales of
to-day's receipts at quotations. : f . r
COTTONThe market was steady with
small sales at. the following" official, quota
tions:" -:- '
Good . Ordinary, . .
jjow miuuiing. . . .
A DISORDCnCD LIVER
IS THE DANE -
of the present generation. It la for the ;
Core of this disease and its attendants,
felC-HEADACHE. tlLiqUSITE53, DYS
PEPSIA. CONSTIPATION, HLE3, eto-Tthat
. yrjTTB have gained a world-wide ;
: reputation. Ho Bemedy has ever been ,
diaoovered that acts so gently on the f
digestive organs, giving them vigor to as
similate food. Afl a natural result, the :
' Kervone System is Braced, the Muaolei ;
are Developed, and the Body Kobuat, i
(Oliillis axxd. TP&xrer. .
H.BTVAL, a Planter at Bayou Bare, La.sy: '
My plantation ia in a malarial district. For 1
MvarsJ yesurs I oould not make half orop on ;
- steeouat of bilious diaeaaes and enUla. X vss .;
nearly discouraged whan Z began the naa or
TOTT'S PIXiLS. - The result waa marrelona: )
' my laborers eoon became herty and robust, ,
and I have had no farther trouble. :-(.,-.
the Blood from poisonous . bamrsod
easMe tne bo we la net naisiraUy, nils 4
at wblcb no one rn feel well. . '
- healthy Dlseadon, VisnaiBea, Para
Blood, Strong; Noroa, sHs Sound Ier
Pries, ascents. Offloa, &5 ttonrny Sfc, M. Y.
C. H. KTKDMAJJ.
Ta a a s Tl a ftrna '
S. D. WAIiIA;.. i
WILMINGTON MONEY MARKET.
Exchange (sleht) on New York... :M discount.
- v - . . Baltimore,
. - - . PhiladelDhia....
" ' Western Cities.;..
ozenanee, so aays, 1 cent.
Bank of New Hanover Stock...
First National Bank Stock.
Bank of Hew Hanover.1
CAPITAL PAID IK, - -, - $350,000
Navassa Guano Company Stock . . . .-. . . . .. .
North Carolina Bonds Old Ex-Coupons .
TIT - T Ham
IQ. W. Williams, of ; Wil
liams & Murcnison -Hon.
ft, R. Bridgers, Pres
W. & WTR. S. ,
H. Vollers,of Adrian &
Jno. W. Atkinson, . .
Isaac Bates, -
. . v C, M. Stedman
DIRECTORS: .". 1 . f
F. Rheinsteln, of Aaron
& Rheinsteln. -
C. If. Stedman, ;
Jas. A. Leak, f Wadcs-
boro. .. . 1 :
B. B. Borden, ofiGoIds
' boro, N. C '
r ' New 4s...
, . ' Special Tax
to N. C. Railroad
W. & W. R. R. Bonds, 7 o. (Gold Interest). 116
Carolina central n. a. uonaa, o w o ........... iu&
Wilmington, CoL & Anfrosta B. R. Bonds . 106
Wilmington CSty Bonds, (New) 6 . . ., V. 100
,p " " 8c. loo
New Hanover County Bonas.6c....,......ri00
Wilmington & Weldon R. R. Stock........... 100
North Carolina R. R. Stock... ..': 80
Wilmington Gas Light Company Stock. . ..... GO
Wilmiiurton Cotton Mills Stock. 100
R. P. HowiLL
.x -' DIRECTORS:' ' " f
" E. B. Borden, W. T. Faircloth, W. K. Korncgay
R. Bdmnndson, Herman WoilL- - 4 - . .' .' -- ,
t DIRECTORS: V . '
3. A. Leak,R. T. Bennett,G.Wi Little, J.C. Marshall
Geat Haik or Whiskers changed to a Oixjssy
Black, by a Blngle application of this Dyk. It
imparts a natural color, and acts instantaneously.
. : Bold by Druggists, or seat by express on receipt t
of OneDoTiar. . 4 - . '.--
- Office, 88 Murray Street, New York. ?;
fltr. TtJTVa of Folsusblev f
Information. ttd Umefttl JtoeefpC -VsciU
be matted HUES o application. J
JelSD&Wly . snwefr: 1 " ' . :
I agues Certificates of Deposit bearing Interest,
Is authorized by Charter to receive on deposit
moneys held in trust by Executors, Admiaistratora,
Gnsroians, Sue., &c, &c.- - s ' --- - s x.
,- Btnct attention given to me oroers ana reqaosie
of our country friends by mail or otherwise.
DOVlD-Wtr- .-:--,.,...-.. .;...-----.:-...-.-.;
- T, nn f '-TT'TTTT? OW
a a. 1 mai v...va t,wAAiaits
I KrTHDT fbr thnre of Serof-
ma, fcypt- is, nerofaloas Taint. Khea
maUaia, Viute Swaiiiaar, Coat, Goitre,
Cenamvittion, Bronchitis, herroas Dc-
mtr.lJtlarlkamdaU diseases arisiar -
Lxon aa lmnaxe eoaditiaa of tha .
of l-16c, but
closing at 12 3-1 6c.
- ANNOYANCE AVOIDED. Gray hairs
are honorable but their i premature, appear
ance is annoying. -Parker's .Hair Balsam
prevents the annoyance by promptly restor
ing the youthful color.1 f
stitnte in the several branches, aside from the.
immense force required to conduct the hotel. It
is worth a visit, and Dr. Richmond extends to all
a cordial Invitation to come and see him-j, He
and his wonderful medical discovery have, given
to St. Joseph a good name alfover the habitable
globe.- , , .
BUU . ""v """ 1 T O
nw siooniAoa nicht. the mother stenoed from
the room to attend to some domestio duties
and left the father with the child. During her ab
sence be administered a portion of the Soothing
Syrup to the baby, and said nothing. That night
aU hands slept well, and the little fellow awoke in
the morning Drlght and happy. The mother was
delighted with the wonderful change, and al
though at first offended at the deception prac
ticed upon her, has continued to use the Syrup,
and suffering crying babies and restless nights
have disappeared. A single trial of the Syrup
never yet failed to relieve the baby, and over
come the prejudices of the mother. Sold by an
Druggists. 25 cents a bottle. .
. 9 1-16 cents
.. 10 7-16 .
.. 115-16 " .
; PEAjPTUTS Market steady at $1 25
1 85. for Prime, $1'401 50 for Extra
Prime, and $1 551 65 per bushel for
Fancy. Shelled peanuts 5c per fb. .: .
'-iS STAR OFFICE, June 21, 6 P. M.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
opened firm at 43c per gallon, with- sales
reported later of 225 casks at 4Z cents, clos
ing firm at the advance' ' ' . , .
ROSIN The market was steady at $1 52i
bid for Strained andfl 60 for Good. Strained,
with sales as offered. "
TAR--Firm at $2 80 per bbl of 280; lbs,
with sales at . quotations.
CRUDE. .TURPENTINE The market
was steady at $1 50- for Hard and $2 75
for Yellow JMp and Virgin, with sales of
to-day's receipts at quotations. .
rnUCaHAKtuo fAolILLc KtfcUJT
lot Ma sad 6Hm who oflar
ffoui Karoos asd Phjiieal Debil
ity, Fnmstora - Kzbmwtiaa sad
their an; (loooy ooaMqanees,
AM AfitAkl miMmIW -
The Kemedy it pnt np in bozea. tm.1 (UMicg a mooui), as.
Io. S (enoogh to eOaet a cms, aslssi in mmn ewe,) S6 1 71 "
autiag umo mosuu), SI. . gent by Ball In plain wrappers.
easessftbebkiad, Skia aa4
and mods it otu
fc" A favc
: a j andseearotbs
lou nnrlnai In miring diaaaaaaaf
Boaes. Nevraaa laeklUty Isaeeteaer. .Oraaale
il I an nraa. usanmaaiai ayaauute am saerewiai
Affeetlaaia apeeiaUy treated oa aeiaDufle principiea,
--srita sals ajtd san remedies. Cailoi writ (or Uat otQaaa.
Mons to bo anawarad by tbaaeaeauiBg treatsaant by mail.
Cl'iriaaaiafftaHaf lraiRairtrehUIoa4lkiai asitraas,
and loars aeaaaataa; to their adraataae. ItSiaetatraavJ
a4dreea, DKi BUTTS, 1 . 8t St, St. Ma, Urn
ESTABLIBHEP OVEtt THIBT1 YEARa. , "
HWPf C9 jOsfnPfTsaHsW -
-s- s-i QViJLEaM VjJCt
A &yorlta irreaerlrjtlonef one of thm .
Dost noted and successful specialists in the U.S.
(now retired) fbr the care of Mervmmm JPedtWtf. '
In plain sealed envelopeyte. SroggisuicaafiUtfe
Address OR. WARD & CO.i LonUiaoa. Ko.
Je 80D&Wly ' : tn th sar- - : - .
Is a Tory interesting book, baring Bean pieaoaaoed so
hv thmutyl. n mu)m. It AvnlniiM Brineklee of life
and death, and origin of diaeoaee. Should be reed by
all thinking people. Contains raioable proscrlgtlopa
for the eure of Nervous and Physical Debility JOoat
Vitality .Defective Memory. Despondency, and the
- whole train of disorders bronght oa by overwork or la
disoretkms; prescriptions for Oatarro,!
s wora Dy i
A copy of this
2d JESSE JAMES
1 Complete life of these Bold IH-liwy--
Jmeau- aim of theTeemser Brtlera, and
I other bold outlaws of Uu border. Fully JQliia-
tpmtd. Over 600 tares. Send Forty tenia for
U Outfit. Terms liberal. A(JITH WASTED,
. -K)JKSHBB KcMAKTCf, Cinncinnaa, Ohio.
p maU.Besled.freeL bri
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great cities ; fashion's follies and frivolit ies -, behind the
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lascivious corruption at 'Washington; ruin of innocent
girls ; old hoary-headed sianers by gas-light ; bewitching!
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Outfits T5e. Add.. ANCHOR PUELISH'QCO.
bi. Xioxna. lao. cmoAoo.xu. AxiAirxA.aaI
Cares Malaria. "
Cares Nerrous-; Debility.
has Its ingredients published on every
-ackaare. - Show it to your pbytfcian, and.
te will tell you it is composed or the
tttrmeest alteratives t!mt exist, and is aa
excellent Blood Pari lie r.
E0SADAL1S is sold by aQ Drttrglats.