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AVILMINGTON, N. C, FK1DAY. Al GUST 6875 Jmor. linnet, on uv learn Unit ono lac ,tt..rJjv Kol lis escape froi from 8 officer. George Atnwby who was ai- ,,ntir" to arrest him for th. theft of 8 ..,, the property of L. A. Oorbi.t. Xj.ooffi.-er tir.il upon him, but TvbciL.r with i-iT'-ct or not, is uot known as I;iac could nt be overtaken. Isaac jj"a colored mau, ud was a ruemlwr of the rlr.st praiid juiy of the nev nnnutv ofPender. 'I le 'I'lirupihe racetitig of the Directors of the Wilmington aud Coast Turnpike Coni p3Uy was held jefct?rdiy evening at the Parcel! House, at 4J o'clock. After the tntuMietiou of consul rabln impor tant business relative to the affairs of tiltJ company, tin? subject of building the Turnpike was discussed, and it -I 1 M. . . . . 11... .......1. VMS iiCCUleU lO K'iujiu' Iii-c iur ihi ill ouce, and to a. con.plihii this purpose the treeMHer ordjr d to chII it the ten per cent of the stuck humeri b ed. We learn that the company has de cided upon the following as the most desirable route: U,.iiniii g at Market and Seven teenth t-trt-i tH, running m-ar the tiuutli side of (Ireeii's mill branch, passing niiiiway between Porter's and Bon huiiis, through Mari-den, Savanna!,; crossing the Greenville road jn.-.t we-t of Lewis Martin's, aud inuring thence northeastwardly, to tbe mill dam to the in. ad of Lee's creek. cv'''ue adoptiou of thi.j route will make j' easy to construct branches of tli- roiid to Wrightsville, Greenville and JhiSouboro wound's. We are requested to state that per sons wishing to contract for clearing and (litchiug the road, wn'l coufer with the Engineer, Capt. Rod Maeliae, h.i'ore Friday next, who will appoint a tin-e to A.iiM the route adopted. A llii;;lar 1-riiktrait'ft, 0 n Sunday morning about two o'clock a buglar entered the residence ol Mr. Solomon Bear on lit d Cross hetwten Front and Second Steets. He i-flectcd his entrance through a wiialow on the back piaza and as soon as he was safely within lie ptoceeded to open all the doors of the house, in order to have free passage for his e-scape in case he was discovered. lie t!.en went to the bedroom of Mr. Bear's aud wLi'e he.was rifling a bureau drawer Jlrs. Bear awokeaudsaw him standing beside her bed. She va3 so frightend as to be almost speechless but her faint screams aroused Mr. Bear who was sleeping in the parlow on a lounge. Mr. Bear rushed into the room just in time to see the burglar pass through an oppsit door, lie seized a pistol aud gave chase, but was unable to get a shot at the scoundrel as he jumped from the porico on the second tlow to lie ground, a distance of twenty feet and hucceeded in making his escape. ' ii tier tiimii) ( omikiiithtoiicr'si ITIvetiiie. The Board met yesterday in regular monthly session, all of the four mem bers being present. The Board gave notice to all the bonded officers of the county to renew their bonds ou the 1st Monday in September. The bond of James B. McPherson, for 20, UUO us tax collector, was ac cepted. It was ordered that the county treas urer he requested to give a separate bond of SS.000 for the school fund. Tbe Board of Education also had a tt eting, aud recommended to the school committees of the several town ships that the salaries oi teachers oj fixed at the Hums of $15. and 30 per mouth, according to the different grades. Nothing hat; contributed so greatly toiie Convention can e in this etction asTuy dirty harangues of Greasy Sam Watts. V a tY si ill ( Landmark. "Littie Dan Russell" nu de a com plete failure in his S2eech at Tayiors vhle. He did the Democratic cause good iu Alexander We wish he would g' 'up there again. Ilalciah Henti- a, 1. i'r. Wheeler, the radical candidate it Forsythe, comes out iu favor of a 1'iwabohsing the pull tax. That would practically exempt the negro population from taxation, altogether, as few of tiiim have proporty. Alexander county is sure for the p'UKervativey. Watts and Argo have b eu there. From every quarter of the State the news is rront entering. A Democratic viet-iry is an assured thing. 'I lie Wilson Advance gives tha fol h'Wiug cheering news from some of tue tabteru counties, bays that pa ler: '"We are proud to hear the good ntws that comes from glorious old -li. From every quarter, the same clad tidings o o is demolishing bhaip at evt ry point. Bunn's electio n is sure. The lute men of Naah are aroused and will t their duty, iroia Wayne, tho news is good Hon. w- T. Dortch is conducting the can with marked ability and zeal. The r'ieg,ulef Faircloth, has a hard road w travel and finds Radicalism with V1 V;' J-iightsi and a prosjiecfive negro "'ge too heavy a load to cirry be '"te white men of Wnyne. iu Pitt, Cai)t. Jarvis and Col. King rn !?" 'K a vigorous canvass and W'tiittwill be right side up with cure. 1 I Beaufort J. E. She2)herd, who is "I'l'osedby Rodman aRadici Supreme 'urt Judge, will "exhaust" that jf' , 01 the Court on Thursday iiu iue help of the white w beaufurt aud l'amhco. men ! , 'e , l'P"nefit8 of convention, are ti.- r ' Md.readiugover th-i Sta.e bv ti U t d aild act passed Tli iji -legiHlatue at its last session. -J Say this act is a (itston of -vliin 2! a.U(1 g1Ts the! 2oor tenant no JfWMfcwith thelordlv aristocrats of But if they will look at the m win r9, tbey wiU nad the same D,k Ju "11 the vigorous resrictions and t y a KePublican Degislatur, Com!!8 a pet masure of the Code Se th8'n- The 'y change is to , , l)rovision of the act of 18GS as wriit y tG V 'rbal "c -ftract" as well d,"";- When Maj. Montgomery W wl . tLeT ttct of lfec8 y at Marion 2ud s.n Cot-1 ersQ lell back on the got ' .rue h,,ys "were a little Arm-iUc Ejjx,Uor. h.t.Wf!fty in. costume is a fan the WW TrCL form3aPocket-hand-ti0;t Mer- Some ave also a JBcent bottle inserted at the bot thG f-ndle. And thus a tie lT Laildkerchief, scent-bot-" aua fan in one. CM (iciltlininBtcnoiinia 1 lie Caavaw In Pender County 's lie Speak in ir at Soutu Wasuing:-luu-K. It. Itrj-a.il, Esq., ana en J. in. ma.cli. On yesterday the Democrats of Pen der had a rousing meeting at South Washington, and were addressed in a most enthusiastic and tilling speech from R. K. Bryan, Esq., and Geu. J M. Leach. A large number ol the good people of Pender assembled to meet Mr. Bryan at one of his regular appoint ments; and while that gentleman more than satisfied them for the time nnd trouble of assembling to hear him. they were the fortuuate recipients of a great surprise in the fact that General Leacti was, by accident, pres ent to address them also. His presence was purely accidental, and was owing to the fuct that, coming to the city on yestt-rday morning's train from Clinton, he failed to make connection with the C. (j. 11. 11., whn-h was to have taken him to Shoe Ileel, where he had an tppoiutmeut to apeak on yesterday. What was the loss of Robeson resulted to the gain of Pen der, aud while we deplore the disap pointment to the good people of the one county, we congratulate those of the other upon their good luck. It was indeed a day long to be re membere'd bv the citizens of Union j.owusiii2 anu others trom the sur rounding couutty, who Hocked in to South Washington where the news was scattered from the Weldun train as it passed through the county that Leach was to speak. There tfas but one expression of opinion from all who were present one of great satisfaction with tlnir candidate for Convention, and un bounded enthusiasm for the masterly and conclusive argument of Gen. Leach. The few democrats that were doubt ful oi the propriety of cal!ing a Con vention, left the grounds fully con vinced that the Convention Could not have been called too soon; and that the people of North Carolina could not with siifrty to the welfare of the State, again entrust the powers of a Conven tion to any but. mi rubers of the demo- cratic paity. Leach handled the Radicals with gloves off. He showed the people that this party was not otdy responsi ble for the evils vhich had grown out of the Cauby Constitution, but for ail the misrule, the spoliation, the cor ruption, the poveriy aud distress which had. been heaped upon the Southern States since the t-tm of the Confederacy went down at A2pomt tox and Bentonville. Tne scathing irony aud sarcasm of the speaker was almost unbearable even by the Radical candidate for Convention, who had the temerity and audacity to put in his ap2earance. - Not a white man was present who went away believing that anything of honesty, decency or integrity, could be found outside of the Democratic Conservative ranks. General Leach has done noble ser vico in the present campaign, and in no section of the State has he been, where he has left behind him a war mer remembrance thau in the hearts of the peopie of Pender. At the conclusion of his speech, which was greeted with rounds of merriment and applause from begin ning to end. The audience gave him thiee times, three cheers, and did not disperse until they had, by resolution, declared him to be their lirst ehoice for the next candidate for Governor. Our IJving a.11 Our Oeml. Tiie August number of this valua- ble periodical ha8 been laid upon our table. When we say that Our Living aud Our Dead is tho best literary ef fort of its kind ever attempted iu North Carolina, we exjrress no hastily formed opinion. Xor do we express any mere idle wish when wa say that we most earnestly desire it success. it, certainly deserves success if auy thing we have of literary talent iu North Carolina ca- deserve it. Its literary Editor Mr. Kinksbcby, is is known to be one of the iinest wri ters and critics in the State. Aud Christian Rkii, too, one of its contri butors, where amongst Carolina's fairest llowers, will we liud oue fairer than she, whose Valerie Ay 1 mar and Morton House, have added so much to the reputation of our State for let ters and for learning? But aside from her own merits Christian Reii, has a right, au inherited right, to the Jove of all true sons of the Old North State. Her maternal grandfather, Hon. Davjl F. Caldwell, was one of Caro lina's best, 2urest, most learned and most revered Judges when the judi ciary of the State was its highest honor. Her paternal grandfather Charles Fishek, the elder, was one of the puret-t politicians and ablest statesmen of his day. Her f.ither, Colonel Charles F. Fi her, who was killed at the first battle of Manassas, while gallantly charging at the head of his regiment aud capturiuga battery from the enemy, what cau we say of him that will do justice to his memory? Gentle and true, aud as brave as gen tie, and as able as true, frak aud manly, and yet withal an humble christian, he wou the hearts of men more thau any oue we ever knew. The Chevalier Bayard of his age, wherever he waa known, men were ready to fol low him blindly to the death. Worthy daughter of a noble race, such ii Christian Reid, whom we delight to honor. Nor.is this the only star. Another of Carolina's fair daughters, younger in deed iu the world of letters, is a con tributor tl.ut rifiVcts honor and re nown upon the Old State. Mrs, Cicero W. Harris, of our own city is indeed one of the brightest literary luminaries of this or of any other State. Her story, Margaret Rosselyn, written expressly for "Our Living and Our Dead," is of itself sufficient to es tablish her position beyond doubt in the foremost rank among the most ac complished writers of fiction in the South. Truer to natnro than Vashti or Beulah, or St. Elmo, and of a much higher intellectual cast than Alone or Mosstide or Nemesis, Margaret Rosse lyn, thus far asserts and maintains its right to a place in the highest rank of literary effort. And we mean- what we sav. for thoush somewhat critical, per haps fastidious in our task, we read each number of the story with deeper interest aud increased pleasure North Carolina may indeed well be proud of snch a charming addition to h r circle of literary celebrities. Success then say we to "Our Living and Our Dead," wn Neirro Thtnlta About Steal-f ln. We are informed, and npon good authority, that John Beaman, the ne- gro Radical leader of Duplin, in a speech at Magnolia, on Saturday, the 31st ult., declared that the negroes would continue to steal till the mhiie ncnnle nixo A,V .,D v,,7 ' " ""aircilicu it, . . a.un yes me omy thing tnat keeps this man from beiner an offio-hnldr and havino- eontrnl tho ,ffoi, , . . , ...I UUUBtl w.u"e me" 18 ine loat white men are in the majority in Dnplin. Can any man hesitate as to which tar- tv he will vote for ? Tk lirn:.nna. o xxrA 2 j. xi. cuueau-ij eveurugai, uie vpera nouse at eight o ciooK, our people win again nave uie opportunity ai - lorrtea them of attending one of those free and pleasant entertainments eiven i, iit t tt if tj . j" A WlMl Hlinmlwrnf nnm g rf iha Tofi- I , ' -1 tution. and at th sam timA rf r,n. tnbuting to its support as a collection Wlll be taken up. In tins mnn-.n'nn TOa afaf that although the building is the lib- eral gift of th Masonic fraternity whose Grand Lrodjre and members contribute noblv to its sunDort. vet it 13 IIO JUaxnniO. institution l.AiTior nnsn to all i.rr.tinnf fV, Rft. .,.,, m therefore be liberally aided by gifts of money, clothing, and pro'visious oy our pe,ple, none of whom know what misfortune is to befall them or what suir-,riug is in store for their own off- sprir tt. A lm,.urta.it iHdlca.l Discovery Dr. lhomas Nicholson, of St Lorn s who has been giving special attention to the study of small-pox for five years, claims to have discovered a snecifie . - which is destined to work a revolt.- tiou iu the treatment of this most I loathsome disease, and rob it of half its terrors by preventing the formp.tion t pustules huu consequent pitting of tne surf -ice, vJiih-at the same time re- I lueimr the danger of eontaeion. His " 0 o - n i -i i . . - 1 nirui y is mat iue suriaco eruption is uot caused by 2oison in the blood, but is due to the severe inflammation of the skin, which is so dried nn bv the r a 11 f " w its excretory function; and his treat- ment is to restore as nearly as possible I the normal condition of the skin by ex- irl onnlir-otm,, W..-ti-a . e . .. . 1,,-. 1.11c iwiowuig preparnuoii, m which it will be seen that gasoline forms the principal ingredient: Gas- oliue, one pint;gum camphor, as much as it will dissolve; pulverized sulphate of soda, one drachm; pure carbolic acid, half a drachm. The body of the rmtieut is to be covered with gauze linen over which the gasoline compound is to be sponged freely, as occasion re quires, after which the body must be fanned to induce more rapid evapora tion. This process is to be repeated till all signs of inflammation have ceased, Not only is the intense cutaneous heat reduced by this operation, and a feeling of irrn.it relief eniovArl bv the rmtienr o j j 7 - 1 I , ., -j- .. 3 . i I but the disgusting odor of the sick room is uesiroyea anu me uauger 01 - .1 j t 3 11 J P I infection reduced to the minimum. louiparaliveijonilorl. we are assured by mends who have just returned from the up country, I that the thermometer for the last til 11 a. twenty days has been as high up to J J the foot of the mountains as it bag been here, while they have not had the cool invigorating sea breezes to miti- . I.e.t Tf l.reeA was blow- ? .. . - mg irom the mountains a attie tnun- After UeariDg tlie foregoing testi der cloud would form, pass and leave mony. we have concluded that the a dead cairn, while the heat continued at from 90 degrees to 102 degrees in the shade. We have nothing to com 2laiu of here; true, iu the sun aud out of the breeze it has been very hot, but we are healthy with it, and that is more than the up country is this sea son. We S2eak of that east of the mountains. Contrast out bills of mor tality last week with a neighboring city of 50,000 inhabitants, counting ur city at 2.), 0 00. Interments, 1 adult, 5 children in Wilmington, or six in 20,000. The other place 57 in teiments. Take any county of 20,000 inhabitants iu the West, and it cannot show such a record as that. Why go West ? Go East, you have health, fine food, good cool air pleasant amuse ments, good bathing, the tirJest salt breezes at the Sound, and at Smith- viFe. What can you get up tho coun try to equal it ? Just nothing ! The mineral waters are for invalids, but there are three comfort and pleasure seekers to one invalid. We are astonished at our people who go up the country for health or pleas ure, excejtt the pleasure of viewing tho scenery. All who weut last year came back sick, tired and worn out, when they might have sat within the sound of the old Ocean and been heal thy, fat and happy. Some are tryibg it again on the principle of "better luck next time." Hurry up the roads to the Sound, don't be afraid to bnild cottages anywhere there. They can be filled. Let them not bo expensive cottages, but like those at tho up country springs, only intended for three months occupancy. The com 2any will come. Ouly get up the con veniences. 'I he Henefiin of Separation. We have been favored with an in spection of the tax books of Pender county, made out by the new govern ment as a separate county and find, by comparing t e books for 1875 with those of 1874, that there is saved to the tax ivxyera oi Pender the Deat little sum of $4,151 58. The total amount of taxes paid by the eight townships which now com pose the new couDty, for 1874, was $16,024 90. The total amount for this year is $ 12,773 22. The aggregate value of real aud per sonal property, as assessed for this year's taxation is $11,913 49. The rate of taxation on the $100, worth of property is 75 cents; Poll tax $2,25. This is decidedly a good beginning and is evidence to support the posi tion, taken by the advocatesof separat tiou that the burthen of taxation, among others would be lighter under an independent government. Kecovered. The yacht Empire and Marionwhich was stolen on Monday night from Dr. A. E. Wright's residence on Wrights ville sound was found yesterday on the beach at Moore's inlet about two mile and a half north of Wrightsville beach. It is very evident from the position in which the yacht was lying on the beach that the parties who stole her had no other intention than her destruction. The mast, sails, rigging and rudder were missing and the yacht was placed on the beach in a position where every sea broke over her. The Board of County Commission I ers mt yesterday at 3 . o'clock, pursn I ant adjournment. Present, Chaii man Wilson, Commissioners Wagner, I Morris, van Amringe and Nixon. The following changes were made I " the Inspectors of EU ction AHiBD ward. J. U. C tt was 6UD- 1 rr t m ofttnt i 0 r.t r..Q Tt w u wv-v u sxcw Vf uauivO AS M. T J was subsututect in place of .Nathaniel ....... - . - o Jacobi. loiiowmg resolution was passed Whekeas, It is ascertained that several parties have not complied with I the law in giving in their property for I taxation, Ordered, That the Chairman of the I U 1 L. . II - 1 A 1 i 7 "l l"' iciuio iu j-.oaiu i.wifcu meir uooiis ana papers, Tl. r!ommilt WV TTniioii unK. mitted the following report i Wh-minoxon. N. C. ) I AnrmtM i7?; t I T. . J 7. Tr . . 7 7- sti r 1 I J-ouutxunitjruuicxjiia'irmanana sioara 1 inoiuv fJnuntti Uentlemen: We have the honor to P6 tha following report, yiz : Dur- I UK laah mouuu reports naviug eir- culated in the community, and said sports having reaped us, that the PriJoners at the Work House were mo8t barbanously and unhumanely tF61. we repaired immediately to ,uo t oxa. xxcuoo, nuii xovuu, ou tmu. ihation, that tbe contractors had re- cve1 fro?1 the State yy lnirty capeu, ana one had been Kinea in "uipiing 10 escape, wearsoexam- '"euilU lbe prisoners present. We I luuuui on ciose examinauou, mat, 1,11a 1 jjiuuuers iiai oteu auu were icu 011 ood and substantial food, and that they were well worked; the person clean, but the puuishm nt was very mucu mhumaQ m fact, too much so L -.r ... . u ly. xour committee Deing uo mucu impressed with the treatment, they employed Dr. J. F. King, a leading phjsncian of this citj, to examine the condition of the convicts now in the Work TToiisa nhncn Tflinrt was nre seated at the last meeting. We also obtained the names of the persons who circulated the original reports, , - ,. !.. Tl. auu Buuiuiuueu tueixi uciuio us. xnc 11 following named persons appeared and made the annexad statements under oath the othersn failed to appearand we have been uable to get up with them thus far. The following are the statement v W.- William Daniels: "I have at dif- ferent times heard the prisoners mourning aud groaning as it iu the greaiesi. agony, x am xarmiug jusi across the creek, the creek being about fifty or seventy -five yards wide I have not seen the prisoners, but on ly hear them as if in great distress. It " a general talk about the neighbor fully treated when punished." Mack Daniels: "L p.m farming ust across the creek from the Work House and just above Wm. Daniels. I have heard neatly every day (Suudays in cluded) the piisoners mourning and groaning as if in the greatest distress. ihe creek is about hlty or seventy yards wide. The general report of the people m the neighborhood is that the prisoners are unmercifully treated." Cato Daniels: ' I am farming on the "Mill's' tract, just across the creek frrzn the Work tt 41. l. u; ( uuuae. uio urco& uciug ouuui uhy ox vards. I have heard the . . . prisoners at the Work House at dil ferent times mourning aud groaning, I as if in the createst aony. It is a m,r o th neirhhnr- hood tliat the prisoners at the Work House is being murdered by the inchs.' Henry Daniels: 1 farm on the "Mills" Tract, inst across the creek . t i tt from the Wnrlr Hnnse nn the same iarili a roniium o-t Mn.inipls- T have heard the prisoners at different times mourning and groaning as it suffering. I have not seen anything myself, only heard it. punishment was too severe, and as some discipline is necessary, we here decido to leave it to the Board, and if the contractors de2art from the pun- isfcment laid down by the Board, that their coutract be amended, and they be discharged. V ery respectfully, Aca H, Morris, John G- Waokkb, Committee ou Work House. The Commissioners discuosed at con siderable length on the suggestions of the Work House Committee, as to a mode of puuishment for the prisoners but the matter was laid over until the next regular meeting. The committee ou hospital aud poo house submitted the following repor for the mouth of July: Number of paupers in the poor huse, five; dis charged during the month, one; receiv ed, one; number of patients in the hospital, forty-four; deaths during the month, three; discharged, five; receiv ed five. The committee on public buildings submitted the following: We have frequently yisited the couuty jail during the past month, and rind that up to date there were confin ed sixteen males and six females, all of whom are doing well. The Board adjourned, to meet next Saturday morning at 10 o clock. A. Voting' 'I'liicC A few days ago a negro boy named George Rhodes came to this city from Virginia. He was apparently much in need of assistance, as he was barely clad aud shoeless. Elvin Artis, a col ored barber who does business in the basement of the Purcell House, took compassion on the wanderer and em ployed him to work at his house, on the corner of Seventh and Bladen street. The boy appeared perfectly steady and honest, and succeeded in gaining the confidence of Artis' wife, who entrust ed him to purchase certain articles. At the end of the month, however, the bills against the family were lar ger than was supposed, aud suspicion was aroused us to the fair dealing of the servant, and Artis determined to watch him. Yesterday evening he caught the boy iu the act of obtaining articles in his name, and had him ar rested and locked up ia the guard house. (one on Tbe Mage, It is annouced that Miss Jeannie Patterson has' gone on the stage. Her debut vas made as "Grace Hark- aways" which character she sustained admirably. May God bless and pros per the littie woman." Miss Patterson is well and most fav orably known in this city, where she has given severel reading, and where she was met with an extraordinary wel come from our best citizens, and no little interest will be felt in the future by those who have had the pleasure of hearing her. It appears that she has made arrangements with Mr. T. Cooper DeLeon, manageraf the Mobile Thea tre and it is probable tli at she will soon make extensive tours throughout the country. We hope our citizens may have the opportunity of seeing Miss Patterson in the new profession which she created as a reader, possessing rare merit, will, we are sure, be only increased by her excellence as an ac tress. In the dramatic profession she will assuredly occupy a foremost posi tion. OthK NOIfl I NATIONS. The following is a list of the Dem ocratic candidates for Convention. It will be found very convenient for reference when the returns are coniug in. The counties marked with a have Democratic members in the present House of Representatives except Buncombe which has a divided representation : Alamance, Alleghany, Alexander, Anson, Ashe, Beaufort Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, "Buncombe, Burke, Cabarrus, Carteret, Camden, Caldwell, Caswell, Catawba, . Chatham, Cheroke, Chowan, Clay, Cleveland, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Currituck, Dare, Davidson, Davie, Duplin, Edgeoombe, Forsyth, Franklin, Gaston, Gates, Granville, Greene, Guilford, Halifax, Harnett, Haywood, Henderson, Hertford, Hyde, Iredell, Jackson, Johnston, E. S. Parker, W. C. Fields, Reuben Watts, R. T Bennett, Q. F. Neal, J. E. Shepherd, J. B. Cherry, J. W. Rubs, D. S. Cowan, D. Colemau, T. L. Clingmau, A. C. Avery, R. W. Allison, James Rumley, D. D. Ferrebee, Edmund Jones, Giles Mebane E. B. Withers, L. M. McCorkle, Jno. Manning, V. F. Stroud, J. W. Cooper, W. D. Prnden, Plato Durham, F. George, M. E. Mauley, C. C. Clark. J. A. Worth, N. R. Blue. W. H. Crowell, J. C. Meekins, B. B. Roberts, F. C. Robbins, Charles Price, J. N. Stalhngs, Wm. Farrier, Fred Phillips, F. C. Bourne, Joseph Masten, W. F. Green, J. H. White, W. P. Roberts, J. W. Hays, B. A. Capeheurt, J. V. Speight, N. Mendeuhall, J. A. Gilmer, R. H. Smith, Jr., H. E. Manning, J. A. Harrington, Samuel Love, Joha D. II j man, John A. Vaun, iVm, Cart t, T. A. Nichols n, C. L. Summers, Jesse Hinnant, Willis Sanders, F. M. Simmons, J. W. Woolen, Caleb Motz, W. N. Allman, C. B. Hassell, J. G. Anderson, Jasper Neal, Jones, Lenoir, Lincole, Macon, Martin, Madison, McDowell, Mitchell, Mecklenburg, Wm.Johnston, A. Ranson, John B. Graham, Moore, Montgomery, Nasb, New Hanover, B. H. Bunn, George Davis, Robt. Strange, R. K. Bryan. J. W. Vinson, J. G. Scott W. A. Graham. J. Turner. Northampton, Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Frank Vaughn, Person, J. W. Cunningham, Wm. Nowbold, T. J, Jarvis, W. M. King, B. Morris, J. M. Worth, M. S. Robbins, J, W. LeGrand, D. Sinclair. Perquimans Pitt, Polk, Randolph, Richmond, Robeson. C. A. MeEachin, Rockingham, D. S. Reid, J. T. Morehead, J. S. Henderson, F. E. Shober, A. G. Logan, Wm. Kir by, S. J. Faison, Joseph Marshall, J. F. Hill. Jos. Dobson, Rowan, Rutherford, Sampson, Stanly. Stokes, Surry, Swain Transylvania, Tyrrell, S. M. Alexander, Union, T. W. Redwiue, Wake. Seaton Gales R. H. Battle, Jr., D. P. Holland, R. H. Jones, Warren Washington, T. J. Norman Watauga, L. Biugham, Wayne W. T. Dortch, S. W. Cox, Wilkes, Tyre York, R. F. Hacket, Wilson, R. W. Siugletary, Yadkin, J. A. Stephenson, Yancey Phms Him Around. Frofessor Baumbach is the name and title of a pious fraud who has ately imposed on someof our citizens. He came here about two weeks ago and stopped at the Eureka House on Water street, and represented him self to be the special agent of Messrs. Steinway & Son, the celebrated piano manufacturers of New York, and his business here is to tune all the pianos of that make in the city. For this work he was to receive pay just as the parties for whom the service of tuning was done felt disposed to reward him. He succeeded in tuning a number of pianos in the city and received for the same a considerable sum of money, but suddenly he vanished leaving behind his board and other bills un paid. The proprietor of the Eureka House wrote to Messrs. Steinway & Son concerning the conduct of their agent, and yesterday received a reply to the effect that no such party wis traveling for their house aud that the professor was a pious fraud. Jt is said that the professor now resides at Whitevdle. Pass the scoundrel around. rite Outlook tf the Cotton marke The New York financial CronUAc furnishes some interesting figures in re ference to the outlook of the cottou market. By its figures we find the vis ible supply of cotton to be of American, including Liverpool and continental stocks, afloat and at home, 1,040,760 bales now, against 1,010.272 bales at the corresponding period in -1874, while the Last India and Brazil cotton is 1,330,750 bales now, against 1,475, 500 bales in 1874, the difference being clearly this year in favor, in the mere matter of supply, of higher prices. Again we have a decrease iu the cotton iu sight Friday night last of 108.202 bales as compared with the same elate of 1874, and a decrease of 30,435 bales as compared with the orrespondiug date of 1873. The same journal states from the telegraphic advices from the Southern ports that the total receipts for the seven days ending July 23 have reached 2,513 bales, against 3,408 bales the previous week, 6,531 bales the week before, and 6,108 bales three weeks thence, making the total receipts since the 1st of September, 1874, 3,470, 283 bales, against 3,788,357 bales for the same period of 1873-74, showiug a decrease since September 1, 1874, of 318,074 bales. Ex-President Johnson's deatd will be regretted by none more deeply than by the insurance companies. He was a believer in life insurance, and illus trated his faith by his acts, to an extent that is rare indeed, even nowa days. The aggregate of the policies gn his life is no less than Three Hun dxnd and Fifty Thousand Dollars. OF THE WILMINGTON MARKETS, FOB TUB WEEK. ENDING THURSDAY, Autrtifrt 5. LS75. COMMERCIAL EPITOME. Fi nancial matters, which have been con siderably disturbed of late by the failure of large banking houses, has thrown a damper upon trade in every branch of business. Complaints of hard times are much more numerous now than two weeks ago, but the crops were never better and a revival of trade is looked for when ihe harvest time comes, The business of the week will amount in the aggregate equally as large as any previous sum mer month. Cotton has continued to decline and so have naval stores, but in the latter there was a large trade, and confidence seems to be restored as large transactions in Futures were exported during the week. The exports movement for the week shows a small falling off, as compared with last week. The shipments for the week were: Cotton 6 bales; Spirits turpentine 71 casks; rosin 6,054 tbls. ; Crude tur pentine 328 bbls.; Tar 130 bbls , against: Cotton 5 bales, Spirits turpen tine 3,276 caks; Rosin 10,017 bbls.; Crude turpentine 378 bbls.; Tar 408 bbls., for last week. Ocean freights continue quiet. There ras no iucrease of tonnage during the wee . Rates of charter and freight uncuaugeel. The chief features of the market aud the changes of prices of most of the leading 2roduct aud manufacture for the week were as follows: COT ION. The demand for cott ,n has been very light during the past week, and prices have further declin ed cent. Towards the close there was .vas a "light better enquiry, but a limi ted stock, aud scarce'y no receipjts re stricted trans-actiour. Oiial quota tions are entirely nominal. Th-3 re capita for the week were b bales, ex ports 6 bales, stock 418 bales. The general cotton movement for the week was as follows: It appears that the total receipts for the seven days have reached 2,377 bales, against 2,513 bales last week, 3.46S bales the previous week, and 6,531 bales three weeks since, making the total reonots since the ficst of September, 1874, 3,473,i54 bales, against 3,792,931 bales for the same period of 1873-74, showing a decrease sinoe September 1, 1874, of 319,277 bales. The exports for the week ending to day, reach a total cf 6.480 ba'ee, of which 521 were to Great Britain, 038 to Frauce, and 5,3-1 to the rest of the Continent, while the stocks, as made up are 13j,f.95 ba!s. KO US. The is no radical change in the marsjr, out tne indications are of a more favoiabie nature and confi dence, appears generally on the iu crea e. Futures were indulged in by buyers to the exieut oi several thous and barrels for the moat-h of August, $1.35, sellers option, and $1.37i, buy ers oijthm. S2ot rosin was iu mod erate euquiry anil sales of considera ble lots of strained transpired(2il.40, 1 37$. At the close the market is quiet at the latter quotation. The receipts for the week were 10,508 barels. Exports 6 054 barels. Siock in yard and afloat 35,491 barela. The marked closed firm at lowing official quotations : Strained $1 Good Strai .ed 1 No. 2 1 Extra No. 2 1 the fol- 40 45 50 55 Lo w No. 1 2 No. 1 2 002 25 753 00 Extra No. 1 4 00&4 25 Low Pale 4 25(4 50 Pale 5 005 50 Window Glass 5 50&6 00 Water White 6 507 00 SPIRITS TURPENTINE -The mar ket is without improvement siuce our last, on the contrary it is weaker and further declines have btii conceded. The elemand for exports continues fair and during the week about 1,500 casks changed hands at 28i28&27f (&27& ecuf, and to-day sales are reported at the letter figures, the market closing firm. Tho receipts for the week were 2,796 casks, exports 71 casks, stock 9,282 ClSxS CRUDE TURPENTINE Former quotations have prevailed during the entire week. The market was steady and distillers demand was equal to all daily receipts. There was also an in quiry for experts at the close the mar ket is steady at $1,15 for Hard, $2 for Yellow Dip aud $3 for Virgin. The receipts for the week were 1,729 bbls. Exports. 32S bbls. Stock, 976 bbls. TAR The market has been fine throughout the week, with a good de mand, and sales of ail receipts on day of arrival, The sales lows : for the week were as fol- Yellow Dip. 2 00 Bbls. Friday.. 400 Saturday 150 Monday. 250 Tuesday 400 Wed'y.. 175 Thursd'y 137 Haid. 1 15 1 15 1 15 1 15 1 15 1 15 Virgin. 3 00 2 00 00 00 00 00 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 Receitits very light, not equal to the demand for export. At the close, the market is firm at $2 per bbl. Receipts for week 133 bbls; exports, 130 bbls; stock, 309 bbls. GRAIN Iu general prices, there is no change to note. The market has been more active this week, owing to the arrival of several cargoes. The cargo arrivals were as follows: Schoon er Henrietta Hull, 3,200 bushels; schooner Florence, 2,000 bushels; schooner Anna G. Midyette, 1,400 bushels; schooner Lequathwaite, 1,000 bushels, and schooner William 1,000 bushels. The cargo of the latter wlb placed ou market and sold at 97 cents. The balance came direct to dealers, and was taken into store. Tho receipts for the week were 2,500 bushels from New York. 3,000 bushels from Baltimore, 5,000 bushels by W. & W. R. R., and 8,000 bushels from Eastern counties. The following are the quotations from store to-day: Yellow and mixed corn, $i i2$$l 05 cents, and white mealing $1 07&$1 10$ bush: highest figures including sacks. Oats. The market is quiet and unchanged in price. Quotations from store are 82 1 to 85 cents $ bnshel, including sacks. Peas. The stock is small and the de mand at present good; cow and clav 11 at $1 35$1 40 bush., and $1 50&$1 60 for white. Rice. The demand is fair with an adequate supply. Clean Carolina is held .it 9 cents by the cask. Rough is in small supply, aud sells at $1 20 to ;jfl 40, according to truahfy. Corn Meaij. The demand is light and the stock is equal to the enquiry prevail ing. Sells from store at $1 12i$l 15 per bushel, including sacks. THE UNIVERSITY of K. G. This institution will be re-opeae 1 on The First Monday in September Xext, The term ending thi 2t ThurMay in June, 17 with a Tacbtion of two weeks at hristrias It lias been re-organized on tli i rMectiuSj a em, combining however, three curricula of Art, Science ami Agri ;ulture. Instruction will be given in the branches of learni.g nsatily taQifht iu tins bet Colleges. Special instruction I ruvitlril in Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. An able faculty has been appointed. Tbe building thoiougHly repaired for the reception ot several bundled students. f oi' circular exolanatorv of the abore, apply to KK.Tlt . BATTLE, Secretary Board of Trustees, July 221 m Kaleigh, N. C ATT :A!V wake splendid pay selling our f. 1 1 1 kmx1s. We have other noveltie" wuicj ure as staple as Floor. Send stamp io oar illustrated catalogue. Address F. F. GLUCK, New Bedford. Mass. lone 25 26-lj MISCELLANEOUS. lawyees and MEECHAISTS. tJU8a- PUBLISHED.; TROWS' LEGAL DIRECTORY and LAWYERS' RECORD of the UNITED STATES. By II. CI1ABI.ES ulman, Counsellor-at-Law, President of tbe United States Law Association . This work will be sent to any part of the i niteu states, oy mail, on receipt ot 6. eena JOHN F. TROW. PtTBUBHKK, 13 University Place, BAKBR,;NOOBHIES & CO , 66 Nnssau St. 4w New York t,ity. GENTLEMEN Who use and can appreciate Fine Liauors Mi uld try our Fine Old Pale Brandy ! VINTAGE I, is our firm belief that lo finer old BisriD-sr ! Has ever been offered in this city. For Medicinal purposes, it is every way relia ble. OUE PUEE OLD EYE WHISKY I made from choicest grain; has age to soften it; is t-tiictly pure, and in every way superior to whiskies usually sold. We have so:d this same brand for nearly fie years. 0. D. MYERS & CO., 5 and 7 N. Fkont St. juiy 9 Eastern Hay ! Eastern Hay ! 350 Bales Prime Kastern Hay. Kerchxer & Calder Eros. FLOUR FLOUR FLOUR. 3 0 Barrels I W Flour, 3 hi Harrels Hell Flour, 300 Karre s Princess Koyal Flour, For scl- l.y Kercher & Caijer Bros. BACON BACON BAOQN. 75 Boxes 1 S Sides, 2". Units Smoked Kites, 25 Koxrs Smoked and 1 S Shoulder, For me by Kerchxer & Calder Bros, HOOP IRON AND GLUE. f00 Bundles 1 and 1-14 Bundles Hoop Iron, 300 Handles l inch Hoop Iron, 15-t Barrels Glue, Fir sale by Kekchjter & CaIxDEb Bros. august l -$20- WILL BUY A Premium Bond NXlBisifialExlitionCo. lon:t corn pare it with a tottery: bear in mind that tbe capital inveMed is always ae cur d. This L.OHU is issued on a i ovel plan, and is authorized hy sxeeial Act of the Legislature of the Stata of Hew York. Every bondholder must receive ari?8til but ho may receive $100.000 : or S35,'!O0, or I?1U,00, or 5.C00, or 3,000y Ac. , &0. 4th Premium Allotment, June 7, 1875. 5th Series Drawing, July 6th, 1875. Circulars giving full explanation,; will be sent free of charge on application. For Bonds and full information .."address without delay, M0RCENTHAU, BRUNO & CO., FINANCIAL AGENT . 23 Park Row. New York. Post Office Drawer No, 29. Remit by Iraft on New York City Banks, RetfNtered Letter, or Post Office Money Order. Dril t 4 tr MENS' and BOYis' CLOTHING at LOT SlJlTS 5IADE TO ORDER AT REDUCED PRICES TO WORK OFF MY STOCK OF CLOTHS andCASSIMERES. A. DAVID, Me reliant Tailor, jmly 2S; UFFALO SPRINGS, Mecklenburg County, Virginia. THE GREAT MEDICINAL WATER 0FTHE SOUTH. OPEN 20th MAY, 1875. These waters are possessed of extraordinary curative powers in attectioMS of thu KIDN KYS and BijiDDKK, in all derangements of thu BILIARY ORGANd incident to warm mias matic regions, in Dyspe jsia, in Dis eases peculiar to Women, m Chronic. Intermittent nd Remit tent Fevers, m Chronic Gonorr hoea' Secondary Syphilis. Cleet auu ail diseases or the Genital Organs, ai.d in some forms of Coutr'd Rheuma tism. Their remarkable power aud ethcacy in cae diseases Indicated art vouched for by some of the most distinguished medical men of tbe country, both North and South, as well as by reported cases from the mot-t unques tiouabla sources. Testimonials in Pamphlet form tarnished on application. THE WATER FOR SALE. The water is put up in casea of one doen half erlln Bottles at S6 per cane. Route to the Springs for the South: By way ol the xAicnnioud ana AtiauL Line Railroad to gcottsburg Depot in Halirax countv, Virginia, where all trains are met by cocbif for the Sprl jga 13 miles distant THO&AJ3F. GOODS, mflU ?.w-4ak proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS. SELLING OFF AT COST! HAVING resolved to change my business I am desirous of closing out my entire stock before the approaching Fall. I have therefore aetermlnea to oner my enure stock of Motions, Boots, SHOES HATS, AT 00T and less than cost, for cash. Ladies are especially solicited to give ns &u early call, to whom we will oft'er at a great sac rifice, some very desirable Goods in the way HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, UNDERGARMENTS, LACES, LINEN and COTTON HOUSEKEEP ING GOODS, TABLE DAMASK, DOYLAS.2 TOWELS, ETC." Wholesale buyers are advised of the fact that we have the largest and most desirable jobbing stock In the city. This department of our stock has been largely replenished from tho recent New York and Philadelphia cash auction sales, which enables n to offer a great variety of Sta ple Iry Goods suitable lor country trade, at lialf the original cost. All Goods sold at retail will be strictly for cash. Ninety days time will be allowed on wholesale bills in amount of one hundred do lars and upwards for city acceptance. B. WEILL, Corner Front and Princess Street. Jnly IB, 1875, MM -X2ST- WHITE GOODS 1 WILLIAM FIFE'S, EXCHANGE CORNER. 147 iune 20 Flour and Meal, OD MIXED FEED. Car-load orders fill ed on short notice. Grain bought at tbe highest market price. Address, CHARLOTTJE CITY MILL, Charlotte, N C. June 25 rJ5-tf Bath Sponges, Toilet and Fancy Articles in ereat variety. Lub ill's Soars, Kxtracts aud Powder , a full line of pure Drugs and Medicines and fine Chemicals. Prescriptions compounded at all hours, day or night JAMES C. MODS, DRIJR6IST, Third street, opposite City Hall. July 59 COUGHS, COLDS HOARSENESS, AND ALL THROAT DISEASES, USE WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS. FUT UP IN ONLY BLUE BOXES. A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY. Sold by Uruggists. Western Maryland College. For Svudents of Both Sexes in Separate Departments, Each having full corps of Professors. FLFTEETH SEMI-ANNUAL SESSIO Begins September 1st, 1675. lnatAloffues. with full information as to! Terms. Course of study, etc., furnished grotu Itously. Address J. i'.WAKD, L.I , .Presi dent, Westminster, Md. July '25 Cw Ginger Ale, Ginger Ale. Genuine : NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS ! .1 STRIPS & SHOULDERS. Fresh-ParchedlCoffee'! All at reduced prices, at Geo Myers, 11 and 13 S. Front St. uly29- North Carolina Borne Insurance Co. ; THI8 Company continues to write Policies fair rates, od all classes of insurable prop erty All losses promptly paid. Knconrage Home institutions. It. H. Battle, President; 8eaton Gaie,eoTe- Agents. June :?t-tt BE1HEL ACADEMY, Facquieu Co., Va., Preoares for Universi y or Business. Fo hoard and tui-tf! sT KT tion. uer l;al session. Mcdi-OO OVcalfce S2.5 Ho extras. EXTRACTS FROM TESTIMONIALS : iff T . f.o Lna.HIn f.vmmin(l KltTHET. A C A T- ixt to the favor and patronage oi the public." urw IT. PKTIt.k!. Prof, of Latin, University of Va. "I would be willing to confide my own son to Mr. Smith's care, and hence I recommend the school to other parents." F. H. SMITH. Prof. Natural philosophy, University ot V a. " I feel warranted, from expedience, in re commending it." , JOHN B. MINOR, Professor of Law. University of Va. "One of the best institu' ions of its class in he State. H. H. HARRIS, Professor of Greefr, Richmond College. "I know of no Institution of like grade supe rior to Bethel Academy." Bv. J. I. BLACliWELL, A. M..DD.. Lynchburg, Va. Unequalled, in my opinion, by any institu tion in the South." GEN. C. W. FIELD, Atlanta, Oa. " Best and cheapest preparatory school in the State. OHAKl.ES MASON. ot K.i.2 George county, V a In mv opinion, tbe cheapest and bert in the State." COL. S- D. CRAWFORD. August county, Va. "The cheapest Seminary, and ts good as the test, in tt-e United Ktates." ADAM EMPIK, J. A. ENGELHARD, Wilmington, North Carolina. For Catalogue, address . Wm. W. Smith, A. M. Senior Principal. 2wd t w Milk Magnesia. Vegetine, Kenedy's Medical Discovery, Pain Killer, Pond:a Extract, Tarrant's Aperient, Congress Water, and a mil line of Patent Med icines, Pure Drugs, Fine Che micabj, etc., cav arways be be found at Jambs C. Munds' Drug Store, Third Street, opp. City Hall. y Prescriptions compounded at all hours, day snd.night. j EDUCATIONAL. - MALE ACADEMY. The aext session of this School will i mence the first Monday la August, 18T8( i iwuuuue bweuiy weeas. In this School bova ean Tia UuvmuUvai nared for the Freshman Olua tn &nw milAM.or for the usual avovatlons of life. It will be the constant aim of the Il liwlpstl to make this school worthy of patronage, and not a place for boys to waste time and money. Board per month from lotoStt to Tuition per session from.... ...... n SO to S Contingent fee per session. ......... SB For farther particulars, address M. McLeod, : Clinton, N . C: w-t d-oncea wt . Horner & Grares School, llll T n n n . rjlHE FALL SESSION OF 1876 OPUS fourth Monday in Ja'y. "Catalogues sent on application, inly lOft-dawAwlaa SOUTHEKN HOME S0H00L 197 and 199 N. Chabues St. BALTIMORE, M.D. ESTABLISHED 1842. Boarding aud Dat Sohooz. rear Totmo Ladies. Principals : Mr. and Mrs. M: Gary, Hit. Oen '1 John Pegham. French, the Laneuaca Snsken. July 29 eod2m Jluy21 dim Trinity College, H. C. SESSIOSCOJIJIENCES SEPX, 3,1873. ' Full Facultv: elegant hnlMlnM' mnarlnp board and accommodations ; location, neat High Point on the North Carolina Railroad, verv health v A nmclnt In fr.li .11 ses. except books and clothing, for Are months, will be given for $90. Aid given to young men of limited means. -. Post OfficA. "Trintir rinllao V n july 29 4w B.CBAVEN. President! Episcopal HighSchool, Near Alexandria, Vat. L. M. BLACKFORD, M. A., Principal. Foiindftil in "Vfw RAaatAitAnaniaaKfaKi. ber 22, 1875. Boya prepared Tor college or bus iness. Assistants and terms as before. Oat- Alexandria, Ta. STAUNTON FEMALE SEMINARY. Rv. J. I-. MILLEE, A.M., - Pbiucitil. Professor E. Louis Ide (late of Virginia Fe male Institute), Principal Music Department, with twelve additional teachers and officers. Kxpensen very reasonable ; extravagance la dress prohibited; lirit-class board; instruction thorough ; location the best In Staunton. aSfSend for Catalogue, with cut of bull din n and terms. J. I. MILLER. Staunton. Vs. july SO eod lm Thos. G. DeRosset, Insurance Agent 1 REPTtBPENTrsa $10,000,000 FiaK Assxts.I .Ctna Insurance Co.. of 11 art ford. I.undou A sn ranee Co., of Losdon, Commercial Union Assurance Cona- nnny of London, Sew York Underwrlterti Ireaer. july 27 tf EDGE WORTH SCHOOL, No. 59 FRANKLIN STBEET, (Between Cathedral and Park),' Baltimore, Md. THE Thirteenth Annual Session of this En glish and French Boarding and Day School for Youna Ladies, will re-onen on Thursdav, September 16th. For circulars, ad dress. MKS. H. P. LElTEliVKE. PrinoiDal. july 29 eod 2m WETAKE NO NOTE OF TIME BUT BY ITS LOSS. And those who have not laid In a stock of Goods for their own wear aud Family use from the splendid stock that I have been compelled to sacrifice, will surely regret it- Time flies, and but a few weeks is left in which to wind up liel'ore the removal of my stock to another city for "sale at auction," I will offer another In ducement, knowing, as I do, that money ia scarce. It is this: besides soiling some of the stock at titty per cent, below cost, I will make to every purchasher a discount of ten per cent, on all sums over ten dollars. This Is as near giving goods away as I can come to it. All goods sold bt less than cost by GEOKGE LEIBKB, 29 Market Street. Bargains Bargains. "QJEN'S CLOTH GAITERS 81 B0, worth 2; Men's Low Quartered Shoes fl 60, worth 2 ; Ladies Slippers only $1 per pair. CHARLES A. PRICE, iso. si market street, i one 27-tf Sign of the Golden Boot CAUTION! CONSUMERS OF PRESERVED MILK should examine the WEIGHT of the Contents of the can. They will find that uile Borden's Eagle Brand ! Uniformly weichs sixteen ounces of milk to the can, that other brands scarcely weigh fifteen ounces. Tbe difference in weight is equal to seventy five cents per case in favor of Borden's Eagle Brand ! X. T. Condensed Milk Co., AUG. ELEUM, Secretary. july27 eodlm OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK AND TREASURER, City of Wilmington, N. C, ) June 24th, 1875. f AN ORDINANCE Concerning Cows and other cattle run ning at large. B E IT ORDAINED by the Board of Alder men of the City of Wilmington, N. C, aa fol- fows: Section 1. That any cow or otsis oattli of and kind, found running at large within the corporate limits of this city, shall be Im pounded by the City Marshal, and the owner required to pay a tine of Ten (10) Dollars, be fore the same shall be released. Section 2 Any ordinance or parts thereof con flicting herewith, are hereby repealed. The above ordinance was adopted by the Board of Aldermen on the 24th day of June I li?75. and will go into effect on after ana Mon K da June 2Sth instant. City Clerk and Treasurer, june 25 15l-tf Imd, grow & ca 200 HAGS COFFEE, 500 BBLS. S. H. SYRUP, 2,000 SACKS UVERPOOLlSAIiT,; I 200 KEGS NAXL3, 50 BBLS. SUGAR. 100 Boxes Dry Salt Sides and Shoul ders, 50 Boxes Smoked Meats, And a full stock of GROCERIES, which we oiTer to the trade .tt low figures. Special attention paid to securing low rate freight in Car Load Lots. ; BIN FORD, CROW OO WE KEEP C INSTANTLY ON HAND the.best and cheapest line of Gents and Ladies custom made BOOTS AND SHOES. . e keep on hand a fine lot of Gents' and La- UKS slippers; at very low prices.; 'TJS We can beat the world 0u CHILDREN'S SHOES. We keep the besc. Our Men's and Bay's KIP BROGANS we guamntee cannot be excelled lu price or quality. F.VATffS A- Vr.VnT.ATTW June 13 111.