' . " . v - . A els 1 ... 1 v ' - " t 4. " , J -
. The ; Weekly Star.
I think all day of Mollie, and I dream . of:
Yet I'm never quite contented tevetf when
' she's in ny sight J ..- .r.-K.-s :;..-
-V For 'tis, I lovo yoti" Jamie," and'tis
7" "Ah, I love you notl": -.iJ1 . n
"- Until; pretty, fickle Mollis I wish you were
' She's, a' fair and lovely" breature,. thesweet
- st of her kind.
" : lt she'd only be r consistent f I ne'er a Unit
v - But lis, "Ah, I love you, Jamiel" andflis,
1 - . "Ah, I love you not!" '' :
1 Till I swear,; O fickle Mollie,'' wish you
My .heart is tossed this way and that, my
.v feelings ebb and flow, -!'."V
Till, wild with, joy and mad with, pain, I
. ..r . know not where to' go; '' ---.l- '.
' For 'tis still, -"J love you Jamie r and 'tis
still, "I love vounot!" - v
- Till I vow that fickfe Mollie by me shall be
' .'-. foFgot';VV
: ' Oh r Mollie, Mollie,; Mollie Jove Vi why imfi:
s. 'For you I never can forget, your love can.
And though you love me, r Mollie, and
- 'v-though youloveimeiiotj --.iipv:
- Full .wel you knowj O MolUe dear.you'ir
never bci forgot. :
. the .CQSjS(tjoN .;zti:
Tb Situation' of tb KbdlTo mB4 M
Ministry Folly and
plained ? "';.; '
In order to coiripreaeud jy early the
'Egypttain ' questijiii so called, krid.
1 ; its material bearings," it is first neces
sary to rHjalI briefly the events which
have taken place within the last half
dozen years in connection witli" the
. al ministration of the Egyptian Gov
erimient. In the year 1876 the alarm
ing condition of the; affairs of E'gypt,
financially ni administrative, called
for the intervention; of the powers of
K ii rope in behalf of the. interests of
':, the holders ; of ..'Egyptian . . ,bondsl
England and France felt that their
su premacy. .over the Suez' C:inal,if not
' in . any immediate peril, was, ; at
least, likely - to W threatened. iAt
tliis 'time ; the Khedive, - .Ismail
Pasha, was - wielding absolute and
despbtie sway ' over -the ' land.' By
his reckless prodigality 'be had
brought 'the country to the brink
of. bankruptcy, . and matters were
going f rom bad to worse. The
debt then amounted" to $90,000,-
000, and was constantly increasing.
The wh61e of ' this amount had been
incurred in fourteen years. . In the
meantime; the people were groaning
beneath ja yoke of .'taxation - and
tyranny - that was ' slavery save in
- name.' - England and France came to
the rescue. - - It "was intimated to the
Khedive ' that he j must reform his
. government. "This he engaged to do,.
saying, in a note to England, that in
his future rule he would act r in con
currence with, and under the advice
1 1 of, his ministers. . But ; Ismail failed
to carry out his agreement, still ma-'-
king his oWn.will the law, ' and-el:er-
cising it in the . old despotic way.
Finally in 18 1 8, a high commission
-was appointedfonjbehalf of the pow
ers, which made inquiry into the ad
ministration of the government, and'
presented a report,) setting forth all
that could be. learned concerning the
Khedive's oppressive . TuleT and its
ruinous effects upor the country and
the financesJ'The principle was re
cognized,tJiat any amelioration of
the finapces.raijst: be accompanied by
g5d governmenti - -'
Tn 1 879 Ismail Khedive was com-
' pel fed . to' ' abdicate in' favor of his
''. neplifw, .Tewfik . P; slia, the present
Khedi vi and since the accession of
' To wfik the administration of affairs
' has been earned dn under the super
vision of England and France, with
Germany, Austria and Italy behind
them. - In this supervision England
and France are each represented , by,
. a Comptroller General, who ranks
as a Minister, and r is in vested with
- extraordinary powers. The Control
lers have-full authority to inquire
into "evdry public service, inclnding
the public debt the departments all
report - to" them; they prepare the
budget;: they cannot .be . removed
only by their own Governments. In
, addition, in I880,r a Commission of
: Liquidation was "appointed. Under
the "Control"' and the Commission
much has been "accomplished in the
direction of ameliorating the condi
tion of the conntry. This is. the
"status juo" which U tb-day threaten
ed, andwhich :the Powers desire to
?ee maintained. "-" yf:;--r':- '
. On the other; hand, a party has
been recently formed in Egypt calling
itself the National party,whic!i is led
v by Arab) Bey,'jtho Minister of " War,
t , and the xmy. n Whetlier tliis party
embraeeany considerable portion of
' the- population' is asyetfan unan
swered question outside of Egypt.
Arabi Bey,' the army,and the Nation-
als clamor for constitutional govern-
ment. Yet, while they do so, they
. 'aim their shafts 'at ' the Control'
; which has secured for -the people all
the constitutional privileges that they
. have enjoyed. When the new Minis
try, with Arabi Bey a Minister of
' War, came into office, the first article"
. of its programme' was to place the
budget iii the hands of
j ' THE CHAMBER OF NOTABLES. . '
f This body is composed of about
, seventy-five persons, nominated by
local officers, and chosen from the in
fluential and' moneyed natives. Hith
erto its powers have been very limit
'ed and, unimportant. ; It is contended
'that the Chamber is entirely subser-
vjent to Arabi Bey and the army,and
'that placing tho budget in its hands
wnnld amnntit nracticallv tO t.nrniny
, i J T-
it'over to the army. All this while the
army menaces the ruontroi ana the
. Khedive, who ? stands , with ,the
' "Control" t and f thetfpowers f cannot
" look dri with complacency when so
" much is at stake. .The rray,. it is
, - claimed, has grown , to .proportions
that cannot be-.justified by, a condi
tion of peace, and it "will be shown
thaV the efforts . to bring up) the
finances of the country have already
been hampered by the increased mili
tary expenditure. ; The army iscom
pxsed of alV element
population except the 'i Coptic, ' the
Arabs , predominating. The , Copts"
are excluded. - . 'A .correspondent: of.
the Nation; jef erring to Arabi Bey,
remarks that he is . by, no meam a
born leader, and cannot in any Ifeht
be looked upjn as aT Cromwell r a
Washington.! This view of him
gives color . to the assertion that lie is
in a. degree acting under the infltpnee
What the end willlbe nbf 6pl can
predict. In case of absolute :. rlvolu
tion in Egypt, England mar lofed her .
control over her great waterway : to
xnaia. vv ouia v Bne ' then occupy,
.. . . .O . T . . ' Ii - - f - 1- 7. .
jgyptr a xn tnat case otnei compile
tions would arise. The 'Suez Can?
was built by French enteiprise and
i eucu capital isis, aiiu is i.wn
French shareholders. ; France
"have something to say..
J LIVING WITNESSES.rte hundreds
pt hearty, and healthy b lookim menf sro
men and children, that have bi'Cn.- rscued
from beds of pain; sickness and well nigh
death by Parker's Ginger Tonic are t? best
evidences in the world of its Btcrling merit
and worth. -You will find such in iiimost
V:' Atlanta Constitution of Surii
1 saw: Senator Ilill but ridi
his son the other evening
cognized " almost ; every ; peilon he
passed, and in response to thi kindly
salutes-lie luted his hat, witp out in
clining his head. : What a iotervel of
vigor and jV recuperation bunSenator
is! Having undergone enqngh Cut
ting and slashing to kill a defzen men,
and with ; two terrible; wounds open
and wasting on his cheek and throat,
he continues to improve and grow
stronger day after day. Indeed, - if
the doctors would only yield one got
of f the inexorable calmness with
which they have prononueed Mr.
Hill's case hopeless, ; the world "of
laymen would begin to hope that the
present improvement is not; decep
tive, and that he may yetj outlive
the ravage of the knife "and check
the progress of his disease, i I am in
formed, however, that there! is no im
provement xn the wound.
ANNOYANCE AVOIDED. rGray hairs
are honorable but-their premature appear
ance is annoyine. barkers -a idir lialsam
prevents the annoyance by promlptly restor
ing the youthful color. , - f
. r . ' -H T-TT :
T1IE SPECTRE IN ftHE 3IIR-
" . . . MOB. l
Several years ao, Thomas. !the eldest
son of John Wilson, living near Orange
City, Plymouth county, Ia.,:wart to New
Mexico. He corresponded regularly with
his parents until the middle of last Februa
ry. Then for abont a month they; heard
nothing from him. On the1 night of the
12th of March Mrs. Wilson Was sitting by
the fire waiting for the return her hus
band, who had gone that day to Le Mars.
The children had retired to bedj and per
fect silence prevailed wittua and without
the house.'"-At -10:30 Tlrs. Wson laid
down a paper she was reading and stepped
to the mantel for ' the purpose of winding
the clock. A large mirrof stood. , on the,
mantel, and as she passed she glanced at its
gleaming surface and saw the ghastly face
of her. absent son. : Almost k f nghtened to
'death,' she stood motionless and speechless
while the phantom slowly faded irfcm view,
and then with a cry of anguish ale fell in
a swoon to the floor. Twof days later Mr.
Wilson received a telegram! announcing
that his soil had died on the 12th Snst,, at
1050 p. m. y-;' u ' Wfi
i .' " : ' " :'t j'
When heart and brain languish; and the
majesty of perfect human nature jig con
quered by a fickle temper and tentfcncy to
sorrow, the nerves are faulty Give sym
pathy to the - sufferer and ' teach him the
virtues of Dr. Benson's Celery and Cbamo-
mile Pills. " - - .. - ; - - i I . f ;
- ' PENNSYLVANIA. r
The Democratic : State ConreBUon-
"One of tbe ' People Kle to be
Heard Gubernatorial Nomination.
. rRvTnlAiminli to the Xnrnfn Star.l
Hakrisbttrg. June 28. -The liemocratic
State Convention is in session cere to-day.
Three ballots for Governor have been taken
without restilt Comptroller Patterson, of
Philadelphia, neading tbe list. Wnen nomi
nations were declared in order,! an old gen-'
tleman arose in the back part of the Ilouse
and named James H. Hopkins. The Chair'
asked him if he was a delegate, and he
brought down . the ' house by j answering,
"No, , but I'm one of the people." I Mr.;
Hopkins was afterwards regularly placed in
nomination. :' S ' :; X :' J
j Controller Bobert E. ' Patterson, 0 Phil
adclphia, was nominated on the sixtJi bal
lot. ' m ;- ! -
Whate'er besides you chance to want, '
" Ne'er fall short of SOZODONT,
But keep jt always in yoijir sight,
A source of beauty and delight, :
'To cleanse your teeth till with your smile
,Tbe roost fastidious you beguile.
will be remembered as "the hot Sunf
day in June. 1882.? It was very hoy
throughout the day and well into the night
j Hon. D. F. -Caldwell left this morn-
inff for an extended trip through the Do-1
minion of Canada. - - -
" $1 500 per year can be easily made at home
Working for G. pideont & Co., 10 Barclay St.,
New York. Send, for their catalogue, and full
parttcplara. J " ' ' - oot28Wfy
Malaria. Chills and Fever, andl Bilious attacks
positively cured with Emory's . Standard; Cure
Pills on infallible remedy; never fail to core the
most obstinate,,: long-standing eases, sugar
coated; causing no griping or purging; they are
mild and efficient, certain in their action and
narmless in all casesjffcsy effectually cleanse the
system, and give new life and tone to the body.
As a household remedy thev are unequaled. For
Liver Complaint their equal. is not known; one
box will have a wonderful effect on the: worst
case. They are used and. prescribed by Physi
cians, and sold by Druggists everywhere, 25 and
BOcent boxes. Emory's Little. Cathartic Pills,
best ever made, only J5 Cents; Standard .Cure
Co., U4 Nasaan Street, New York.
THE FLORENCE NIGHTINQ ALE ' OF THE
NURSEBY. The following is an extract from a
letter written to the German Beformed Messenger,
at Chambersburgh, Penn.: A Bksk? acts ess. Just
open the door for her, and Mrs. Winslow will
prove the American Florence Nightingale of the
Nursery. -' Of this we are so sore, that we wu i
teach our "Susy" to. say, "A, blessing on Mrs;
Winslow'! for helping her to survive and escape
the griping, oolicking, and teething siege, ;: Mrs.
Wikslow's Soothino Stbot relieves the child
from pain, andares dysentery and diarrhoeai It
softens the goms,rednces inflammatloicureswtnd
We have-never seen Mrs. Winslow mow
her only through the preparatkmof ner "Bootning
Syrup for Children Teething.?' If we had the
power we wonld make her, as she is, a . physical
saviour to tho Infant race. Sold by au aruggura.
SS cents a bottle. J -.'-
olio, ana carries ine miaui. wavuu
teething period. It performs Precisely what it
fuitniwrfnrm. everv nart Oi It nottting
BTiiB OFFICE. Jnne 22 A V
M43ic iyy gaUon,th"sal
reported of QO casks at that price, ;
ROSIN-ttetnarket was' .'firm :at $i 53
blfor Strlned and;:.$li 63. fpr Good
Strainea,;! saW:ortedf;";506 bbls
llltM Wdao'bn pri
Tate terms,; siiposed tb:.be at Detter figures.'
; TAtl-Quilat f3 per;blji:of'2801bs,
rwith sales- at iiotatioiis:1Sfe
U CRUDE -frrRPENTINEThe market
was. steadyatlfl 50 for Hard an; $3 75
ie market was.flmiwith no
' Thai f blowing 'were the
cents m n
7-10 r ' .
Good MJddhnsi A v.Vt 12i- - 1 '' -
- PEANIJTS-Market steady ai.$125&i 35
and' fl 551 65 :pefe busheirFancy:;
oneuea peanuts 5c per lb. . i. 1 ; ' ;
r SPIRTTS TURPENTINE The market
opened firm' At .43f cents per callon: but
closed dull, with rumored Bmall sales at 43
cents. ' V ' ; - Jl
. BOSIN The market was firm at155bi4
tor btramed and $t 62if or Good Strained,-
with sales as offered. ' i"'
TARPirm t $2: 30 per bbl of 280
lbs., with sales at quotations. C '
V CRUDE .TURPENTINE The market
was i steady! at $150 for Hard , and $2 75
for Yellow. Dip and .Virgin, with sales of
to-day's receipts at quotations. . ; ; .;
COTTON-The market was steady, with
uo sales to': report. The following were
the omcial quotations: ;.s ;
Ordinary. .. 9 1-16 cents
Good Ordinary:..;.. 10 7-16 "
Low Middling. ;;' r 11 5-16 "
Middling. . ; ; . llf t ' . 1?
Good Middling. . . .... .12 " ;
PEANUTS Market steady" at $1 25
1 35 for Prime, $1 401 50 for, Eitra
Prime, and " $1 551 65 per bushel for
Fancy. Shelled peanuts 5c per lb. ;
fj: STAR OFFICE. June 24, 6 P. M.
; SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
opened steady at 42 J cents per. gallon, with
sales reported of 250 casks at that price, j
ROSIN The market was firm at $1 55
for Strained.and $1 "62 J- for Good Strained,
with sales of 500 bbls Good Strained at quo
tations. . -
TAR Firm at $2 30 per bbL of 280 lbs,,
with sales at quotations. ' v . j
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.
COTTON The market was firm, with
no receipts and no salcsl The following
were the official quotations:.. . n ; ; f
Ordinary. ....... ... ,;J 1-16 cents &
Uood urdmary. .... . . .10 7-16
Miadung. . . .
r?EAinJT&-3Iarket steady at $ 1 251 85
for Prime, $1 40r 50 for - Extra Prime,
and $1 551 65 per bushel for Fancy.
Shelled peanuts 5c per fi." ; j
STAR OFFICE, June 26, 4P.M. I
: SPIRITS TURPENTINE The market
opened, firm at 42 J cents per gallon, with
sales reported laterof 250 casks at 43 cents.
ROSLN The market was firm at $1 55
for Strained, and $1 62 for Good Strained,
with sales ;as offered.' -. -
t TAR Firm at $2 30 per bbl of 280
lbs, with sales at quotations. - - '
CRUDE TURPENTINE The market
was steady, at $1 50 for Hard and $2 75
for Mlow Dip and Virgin, with sales of
to-day s receipts at quotations. '
;i- COTTON-The market was firm,with no
receipts and no sales. The following were
the official quotations ;
Ordinary...... 9 1-16 cents lb
uooa urainary. . . . . - iu v-io
Low Middling. . . . . ... 11 5-16
Middling. .:, . 11 f
Good Middlinii.... .. 12 y ;
. , ; PEANUTS-Market steady at $1 251 S5
for Prime, $1 40i 50 .' t or Extra Prime,
arid';fl 551 65 per, bushel for Fancy.
Shelled peanuts 5c per Tb. .:. 'r: . -, ; x
STAR OFFICE, June i7, 6P. M.
rpnUTS. TCRPENTINEVThe market
was firm at 43, cents per gallon, with sales
reported of 600 casks at that price.
."ROSIN The market "was firm at $1 55
for Strained and $1 62 for Good Strained,"
with 1 sales reported " of 1,000 bbls Good
Strained at quotations.
: - TAR-r-The receipts.cxcept about 60 bbls,
were placed at $2 30 per bbl. of 280 lbs,
tho' rilarket closing dull and lower to sell.
CRUDE TURPENTLNE-The market
was steady at $1 50 for Hard and $2 .75 for
Yellow Dip arid Virgin, withjsales of to
day's receipts at quototions. ; - !
COTTON-The market was flrm.but with
out transactions "lo note. .The following
were the ofiicial quotations :
Ordinary . . . . 9 1 -16 cents f) lb
Good Ordinary. ....... 10 7-16
Low Middling, ..11 5-16
Good Middling.. .... .V 12 J
PEAlnJTS Market steady at $1 251 35
for Prime. $1 40ai 50 for Extra, Prime,
and $1 551 65 per bushel I for Fancy,
Shelled peanuts 5c per lb.
RTAn OTTFTCE. June 28. 4 P. M.
SPIRITS TURPEOTINE The marke
a. Arm ' at. - 43' cents cer sfallon. with
sales reported of 300 casks at that price.
' ROSIN The market was firm at 55
for Strained and $1 62 for Good Strained,
with sales as offered. , -
TAR The market was firm at $2 10 per
hl',1.; of 280 lbs, with sales of receipts at
'.,oHAna ' There were no sales on Tues
CRUDE TURPENTINE The market
was steady at $1 50 forHaid and $2 75 for
v,,tir-'nff irid Vircrin. with sales of fev
dav's receipts at quotations. .
' COTTON The market was firm, with
smnH fifties "at Quotations, The following
were the official quotations , - ;
Urpjnary . ... ...... . n- 14a cent3 y
Good Ordinarv: 1....:-: m 7-1 R
Low Middling. . . '. . jr, 516 ' " ' t(r.
oou.JlaoamfyiVH"ltJ4'-, - "
PEANUTS Market steady- at f 1 25a
1 .35 for Prime, , $1461 50 ' for Extra
Prime, and . fl s 551'65 per-bushel ' for
Fancy. Shelled peanuts! 5c per D, '
COTTON AND ITA.VA1 rSTO RES
' A; rWEEKiy STATEMENT.
' ; -j, , ; . receipts -
c For the week ending Jirae 24 1882.
$4' v 2,406 v6,361 , 599 1,629
; . From June 20 tof June 27,;188r.- "
mMWVM 7,5HiSi372 -, 2,593
. V For the: week ending June 24, 1882. - '
DomesUc . , 58 . -409 1.219 -- 598 . R5
JB'oreign.r- -00 2,469 ,8,376
58 v2,878 9,595 r 598
Flroune 2Q tdne 27i88lV! , .
i&it(m.r-i$pMii. 'BorQjTar. Crude.'
554 .2.681 103
000! ;30Q ;
456 " SO 8.854
c Ashore and Afloat, June 24
XJottoni fYr: 759
WK - 862
6,047 : 74,540
OOO I ' 8,926
Kosm.. J..'. ; w .. 68,493
lsr. . iwi-.vj, rsW i ,3,926v
J- : A -: STOCKS j
i -. Ashore and Afloat, June.2T, 1881.
Cotton. 1 Spirit$.xe RotSnS-, Tar. A Crude:
.1,109 8,968:s 36,436 461 ft 1,124
v ' June 27 188C
June 24; 1882.
: 42 :
-'VI 55: 1 62
, ; 2 801 -;
1 75 1 80;
2 75 , , : '
4vl 50 2 75
New York Comparative Cotton State-
- By Telegraph to the Horning Star. f;
New York, June 23. The - f ollow-
mg is the comparative cotton statement for
the week ending this daten . ' S-? i
"im.: r 1881.
Net receipts at all United M.-v..r - 1
btates ports during the.' ? ; ' !
week. . . t. .. . 13.637 ! , 23 Rftfi
Total receints to this t . f - -
date. , . i. ' 4.572.692 5 601176
Exports' for the week., ; 43,727 . 32,752
Total expdrts to" this .'
v date. . . . ... .. .;..v.3,829,4354,241,427
Stock m all United States
Ports.. 357,602 379,541
Stock at .all interior
- towns.. . -.. . .... . .... 28,904 V 46,502
Stock in Liverpool.,..; 900,000 ! 880.000
American afloat for .
Great Britain. ....... 72,000 j 105.000
v EXPORTS FOB THE WEEK. '
Baltimore Schr Alice Hearn 282,400
feet limber, 40,000 shingles. ;
Philadelphia Schr Thomas Sinnick
son 165,825 feet lumber, 44,650 shingles,
350 juniper bolts. v J
New Yobk Steamer Benefactor 1,215
bbls rosin, 256 do spirits turpentine, 436 do
tar, 35 do crude turpentine, 58 bales cotton,
72 bags R polish,38 bales cane, 11 do yarns,
123 bbls rice, 6 tierces rice, 41 pkgs mdse,
167,575 feet lumber, v . "
St. John's P. R BaTquentine Jennie R
Deverty 235,000 feet P P lumber.
St. John's, P. R Schr Edith R Se
ward 217,896 feet lumber, 69,300 shingles.
St. -Pierre, Martesique Schr Eva L
Leonard 97,760 feet lumber. ; . -
"UujJr Ger brig Dr? Witte 1,406 casks
spirits turpentine, 500 bbls rosin.
LorooN Br barque August 3,500 bbls
St. Kitts Brig Frances Jane 142,119
feet P P lumber,-100,000 shingles
PERSONAL ! TO MEN ONLYJ-Thk Voltaio
Bilt Co., Marshall, Mich.; will send Dr. Dtk's
Ckt.kbr atto Elbctbo-Voltaio Belts ahd Klko
tbic Appwakcxs on trial for thirty days to men
(young or oldlwho are afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete re-
storation of health an
manly vigor. Address as
above. N. B.
trial is allowed.
above. N. B. No risk is incurred, as thirty days'
LUCKY JOHN WEGER. The Louisiana Natl
Bank has notified the First Natl Bank of this
" plaoe, that the 830.000 drawn by Mr. John Weger
or jasota, in xne lxnusiana bimj iMiixry, uu
May th. has been deposited in their bank.. The
ney was pata in iuu witnoui any
without any discount, and
w a nnwniM of the wealthy
men of the
iohn Weger was born in rnorway, juiy
23d, 1882, and wfll be 60 years old in July. He
oajtm In Nnw-Vrtrk fmin NnrwiT in 1850.and came
to Minnesota in 186L He enlisted in the U. S. ar
my soon after he came to Minnesota and after
his term of service expired he located at Easota,
where he has resided ever since. - We understand
that Mr. Weger intends starling a store, and put
ting the remainder of the money at interest. St.
Perer (Minn.) Tribune, May 24, 1882; t
The next drawing wui be on Tuesday (always
Tuesday) July 11th. . .j .
Correspondence of Chicago Times, Aug. 10.18B1.:
THE WORLD'S EPILETIC INSTlJrUTE. .
While passing through St! Joseph, indhaving
heard a great deal about the Worldls Epileptio
Institute located here,' I concluded fopay the
celebrated institution a short visit. We were
met bv Dr. Richmond, the proprietor, who;has
cained a reDutatlon as broad as the land. He is
a rather small, vet Drenossesslnff man, of very
affable and gentlemanly manners. ' He gave -us a
hearty welcome, and took great pains in snowing
ns thron?h his nalat ial and mammoth Institution.:
It is a flve-story building, siO xl80 feetJwith basef
and can accommodate five hundred patients, and
each and every room is furnished in the most ele-
Snt and lavish manner. , But we will , begin at
e office, which is a large room -furnished . with
rosewood furniture throughout. In the office are
thousands of photogvaphs-of those who have been
benefited bv the Nervine. - Th walla are ele.
gantly papered, and are profusely decbrated with:
rich and costly piotures, relieved here and therec
by busts in stone and baonze of eminent men of
tots ana otner countries, in connection witn tne
Institute' to a-mawmetlt printing house and bind
ery, occupying six or -seven large -rooms, and a
score of presses are kept running night and day
turning out work for the doctor. - The office is
one of the finest and most complete in the west.
the rooms decorated, caroeted -- and
trimmed np with as much care and luxury as is
Ma nwnnrivnt A office." On the first ffoor of this
mammoth building is the .doctor's priyate office,.
the printing aepartmenv Dinaery. mus. room,
packing, bottling and consultation rooms, barber
shop, drug store, etc., an oi wuicu urw mieuup
regardless of expense. The second floor has the
hotel office, dining, billiard and cooking rooms,
vnunv 0T1A at. chambers and several parlors. The
third and fourth floors are all rooms, all of which
are furnished with Brussels carpets and the finest
furniture. The billiard room has six, tables, all
of whiohare free to the guests of the house and
w. Maiuio. Tho bath room la larere 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-,
lioious . arbors, and a . most beautiful summer
honse. There are also a number of fountains
that add wonderfully -tothe beauty of the park,
which is truly one of the most lovely and attractive-
hv the western country,' and the Institute
has no equal for luxury and comfort in the world.
-E.AOTrtinr la nnrfontlnn. and the visitor IS at
lyTJI j If i Ilia W w p - - - ' f
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
the day .we visited the institute he showed us to
his express room, and we saw -the expressman
take goods labeled-to the following places, to say
nothing of hundreds of orders from all quarters
of Amenoa: iiyons, xmuuc, vmiom, Dnu,oiiuu,
BnoSn. Rnnumlt' Belirium: : Cane -Town.
Africa; Shanghai Chma; Yokohama, Japan: Bom
jMy. IndiaTelbourne, ' Australia The doctor
employs hundreds of menand women m his In
stitute in the several branches, aside from- the
fnma wrminftd tn conduct the hotel. It
isworth a visit, and Dr.-iiichmond extends to all
a coruitti uiviuiiivu w wwiiio ' " .
and his wonderful medical discovery have given
st. Joseph a good name all over the habitable
ftlobe. , '
1 " "'"'- ' ..- - -- - " W ...... ... y
Fortynve;. .Thousand Dollar : Fire In
' By Telegraph to the Morning Star.
Galveston. June 28. The New. Whit.
ney: special- says- a fire MondaV niffht de-s
stroyed,one brickaud three frame stores
and warehouses. ; Loss. $45,000; insurance
$34,000. - -; - ...
' COTTON MARKETS. -
s r Wy Telegraph to the Morning Star.l
' June. 28.--Galvestcn firm at 1 124c"
net .receipts , IU bales; Norfolk, firm' at
12 316c net receipts 6: bales; .Baltimore;
firm at 12fcuet receipts - bales; Boston,'
quiet at is net receipts 565 bales; Phila
delphia, firm at 12fo net receipts 41 bales;
Savannah, quiet, and , steady at: 111c -net
receipts 91 : bales; New Orleans, firm at
isfc net receipts 89 bales;- Mobile; firm at
12Jc net receipts ,44 bales; Memphis, firm
at 12Jc net receipts 30 bales; Augusta, dull
at llc net jreceipts 8 bales; Charleston
firm at 124c-Hnet. receipts 25 bales., ;. j
; Schi Sallie Maire 258 tons. Hriii'rk ""Phil
adelphia.: coal to Geo Harris &'Co ' -
ttchr; Ubarley Bucki 243 tops, French.
1 . w vara. 'a
X3ena8iwiin nay to ;u i!",5iitclieli & Bon;
vessel,to E G Barker & Co..
Schr Robert E Lee. Brassr. Hvda conntv
2,000 bushels corn to B F Mitchell & Son.
Br barque Indiana. 299 tons. Evans. Ber
muda, C P Mebane. ; . '
bchr - William. Moore. ShallotteJ naval
stores to AMartin. - -; .
&cht Snow Stonff. MorseJ Tttlft- Kivpr S
C, naval stores to W I Gore. ' ' -
JSchr. Annie. -Burns:- IjUle .'RiverlJiaval
stores to A Martin. - - - i .
Schr. Samuel, Davis. LockWood's Foil v.-
naval stores to DL Gore. ..v -vt '
Schr Ontario. Smith. Tubbs'Inlet. naval
stores to Kerchner & Calder Bros.
bteamshro Reeulator. Doane. New York,
T E Bond, f " " ' i .
Schr Alice Hearn. Pennewill 'Baltimore.
Geo Harriss & Co. . -
Schr Thomas Sinnickson. Dickinson.
Philadelphia, careo bv J H Chadbourh &
Co ; vessel.by Geo Hairiss & Co. . . ; .
-uarquentme Jennie, K Deverty .Atkins,
St John's P R. Edward Kidder & Son: ves
sel by Geo Harriss & Co. -, :
Schr Edith K. Seward. Tall. St. . John's.
P R, Northrop & Cumming. ' ;. ; '. '; ,
Schr Eva Ii Leonard. Goosins. StJPierre.
Martinique, Edward Kidder & Son ; vessel
Dyjs uarkejr as uo. : . ? "
Schr William. Moore" Shallotte. A Martin.
I JGer brigDr. Witte, Zeplien, Hull, Eng
land, Chess, Carley & Co. ' : -i v;.-
xr Darque August, McDonald, JLondon,
England, Alex Sprunt & Son. j -
Schr Snow Storm, Morse, Little River, S
C,-WlGore.r : '
Schr Samuel. Davis. Lockwood's Follv.
D L Gore. '- I . .
Schr Anniel -Burns. Little River. D L
Gore, f v -
SchrOntarib. Smith.Tubbs' Intet. Kerch-.
nea& Cakler-Bros. ; - ,
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mi Umim eeiiOileg t lwlr Ugt IthaMmtran.J
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' every iamjiy may
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Sides, choice, lt:..-4tv; i
Wmtbb Smokxd Hams: ':
Dbt.Saxtto Sides, lb.:..j;.'
"12 .- -'13
. 0 KI1U
1 851 a t w '
1 90 2 00 ..
000, a j
20 23 J
7M 9 50 . .
D 00 - 14 00
t Second Hand, each. j,.Q'
BlUCWlmington,' M ..":!
, HlflLUTiril ... .
BUTTEBH-lIorth Carolhia, a'iC -.20 :
CANDLES- DSperau. . W
18 - -28 -
is 14 'j.
buBh.. in sflf.kst , 1 io c 1 101
COTTON TIEie X? t 6(
- -f iuiBi.iui....--..Jw.-.;.- I w ica 10 . -
riau ikereL No. l, T3bh.s;j ooVa 20 00
' f J.crei, iw, i, -j nail DDI. .
' Mackerel, No. 2, bW.:.,.if
MacKereLo.l, haU bbL. 8 SO m 10 00
i,fi03o 00 .
MuUeta, jrWkbbls..:-.;. 7 00 1 50, ?
FEHTlTJ?ntRS MA0OJ oounds.: . j-T'
TOtlan3Tano.No. l. ,. $T Wl 62 50 t
. , 4 '.No-v,-. w j fr w. ;
rt - r, ' ,1. Lobos. 00 00 51 00
i . 5an? pJ!P,1.taf'6-v - oo oo eo oo
' Carolma Fertilizer.:.:'.;?,:.' 45 00 ta 60 00 : -
- - Ground Bone . ui;. .jti.-.7. 00 00 40 00
'" Bone MaaVi-rvv.-;.-i..'(;!i 00 45 00 -s.iiVone
Hou.:via-;i-w00 00V 67 00 !
. Navassa Guano 40 00 45 oo ;
' s . Complete i Manure, c.v; ;..v. . ,-00 00 . JS7 1 .
iS?8Jtho8ehate',0 05 70 00 1r
, Wando Phosphate. V.,.-.-.,..; 00 00. 70 00 i
Berger fc Bute's Phosphate. . 00 00 " 60 00 i "
i' "Excellenza Cotton BtertiHwn.: ks 5, no nn
IM)UE-HP bbl Bine. v. ;.tw- 0 00 5 50
-, Northern Supers..;.. ...i.- O 00 00
. .. - j' nai,rs.s..j i,...-
,6 60 : 7 50 :
7 75 10 00 :i
' ' City Mffls Extra. . . . . .
t i v , Extra Family
. Corn, from store, bajfs, white
; Corn, cargo, in bulk, - " .
i corn, cargo, in bags, "
l Corn, cargo, Mixed, in bags.
i Oats, from store. ; ....
SmES .lb Greeu ..... ...
JT?LJ '- i ....... . 1, 'a
HAY 100 s Eastern... . . .
. ', wsfcrn. ta'Mv.iV) .s.. i.
North River...... ...
HOOP ntON-9 Ton.......;...!
LARD lb Northern..i.
6 uu a 50 ;
; -.00 7 00 I s
00 7 50
: 11 - IS
1 07J4 -i 10
1 00 1 04
1 02 1 08
94 - 95 ! ,
. - w i .,
. 10 . H r. ;
v 15 1 w.'-Ji-'s:
.VI 20 1 25-fi.
. i oo i is
T 80 00 85-00 i '
. -12. i3j:
- 00 14
. 1 10 i 50 '
LIME barreL . . .
LUMBER City Sawed M ft. .
14 Ship Stuff, resawed.....;.... 18 00 20 00
i x Rough Edge Plank... . :."..... 15 00 16 00
i 'i West India Cargoes, acord-
f ing to quality...'. .... 13 00 18 00
Dressed Flooring, seasoned. v 18 00 23 00
i i Scantling and Boards, oomin 12 00 15 00
MOLASSES $ gallon, . .
, New Crop Cuba, in hhds. ... . 00 44
' " " . " in bbls..... 43 46
.Porto Bleo,in hhds.... . u-.i-.TS "v.oo 45
-' In bbls.........., '- 00 48
Sugar House, in hhds ' 00 29
t , , inbbls..... 00 32
L m uid ................ v ua ov
NAILS Keg Cut, lOd basis.'. 0 00 , 8 75 s
OILS gallon Kerosene..,..; 11 12 i
I - Lard. . . . . . . . . . . .i .... ..;., 1 io 1 45
Linseed. . 90 1 00
i itosm is oa . 18 i
Tar.......: .................. . 00 . " 20
l Deck and Spar . 00 ; 23
POULTRY Chickens, live, grown 83 35
l ." Spring.... 22 25
ii Turkeys ............... 75 125'
PEANUTS fp bushel...... v.:..,. .1 70 1 90
POTATOES-HP bushel Sweet i ; 60 75
!! Irish, perbbl.............v...- 4 00 4 25
PORK-Hp bbL-CIty Mess 27 00 , 23 00
ii rrune ........ .... . lb uu 17 00 i
.. . 16 00 17 00
t - Kumo ......
RICE Carolina, lb.
L Rough, 93 bushel...
17 UU 18 OO
V 43i . 8
- 95 1 15
T tn m. " . . . r . . .
II ' City -r.. . .
fROPE-B...: :... .. . i4 22 : ". .
SALT $ sack Alum. ...... : 00 75 ; -
-. Liverpool, .-f. . 00 85 1 ' -
Lisbon. 00 00'
American........ , oo. en ts
SUGAR PB Cuba...... 0 i 00 i -
Porto Rico . 0 ' 00 . !
A Coffee.. io 10 ,
B ;;;v;:'........vV.-,..,.. -;v9?i 10. f.
ExC 9 . W,' v
Crushed 10Ji 11 -v W
SOAP lb Northern... S ; 6J41 .
SHINGLES M Contract..... 5 00 . f 00
' Common . 200 2 50
k , Cypres8Saps...., . .. 4 50 5 00 ; .
V Cypress Hearts...... ... 0 00 7 50 2 r
STAVES 9 M W. O. Barrel.... 12 00 18 00 f .
Ih . R. O. Hogshead..... ...A.... 00 00 10 00 i ir ;i
TALLOW-HP B.......v.:..... 5 6 -i " .
j TIMBER ?9 M feet--Shlpping..' 12 60 18 00 3
Fine SblnDing;... ........... 14 00 6h 15 25 f ; '
Extra do . .... 13 CO 14 09 i '
Mill Prime."....r...... . 7 00 8 00 : :
Mill Fair .... ....i... 6 00 6 50 ! n -.-
Common Mill..... 4 oo a b on ? .
- Inferior to Ordinarv .. 0(in a 4 no
I WHISKEY sp gallon Northern '
: ' wortn uaroiina ....
jWOOLHP lb Washed.
100 :-2 50
MO & ' 15
! WILMINGTON MONEY MARKET.
i Exchange (sight) on New York. .....J4 discount,;
i. i , . T1J . XL
Y.'- - Boston......!.....
" " ; ; f " '; f- Philadelphia.;. ...
ccnange, w aays, i w cent. - t -.
of -New Hanover Stock. . .... . : ;
First National Bank Stock. : .. . . . ... . . .
Navassa Guano Company Stock
North Carolina Bonds Old Ex-Coupons . . .
. '-' Funding, 1868. t;::.
- . New 4s
. 8pecialTax..i...... 4.t' i
' 1 " " to N.C. Railroad.
W. W. R, R. Bonds, 7 c. (Gold Interest) .'116 , f
varotma (jentrai a. n. isonoSjO wo.......... 105 -
Wilmington, CoL & Augusta R. R. Bonds . . . 106
Wilmington Cty Bonds, (New) 6 o. . ... . .. .. 100 -
New Hanover County Bonds. 6 c. . . , . i "100
Wilmington & Weldon R. R. Stock.. 100 k
. North Carolina R. R. Stock. ........ j. . . ; 80".
i Wilmington Gas Light Company Stock. .., .-. 50
Wilmington Cotton Kills Stock. ........ . ... , . 100
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ola, Syrtkills, SerofulOBS Taint. Rhea- -raatism,
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