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BROWN & RODDICK,
48 Elarfeet Otraet
IT HAS BKEflT OUR ANNUAL CUSTOM
. during the past four years to inau
gurate in otder to'eb ee out the balance of our
at w) ich time we will in ale a general
Mark Down on all Sur
plus Stock !
OuriaTrm will find every article milked
in pUin figurts, the former price ia
Black ind bo MARKED DOWN
PRICK IN BED.
We cannot eninrriv 'rry article, as it
woald xcupy t nmcb ff oar tpace
Lot t e following will fire quite a
g orl idea:
LADIES', GENTS' AND
We mean business and will mark erery ar
tile at rach a pr ce that cannot fail to satisfy
any aod all who anticipate making any par
chafe in our line and would. add, for tae
benefit ot our patrons lathe country,that they
may rely on any orders they may favor us
with being promptly and aa faithfully filled
as if they stood at the counter.
One Price to AH
We bare decided to make a CLEAN BWEEt
of all our LINEN GOODS auch as
LINEN TABLE DAMASKS,
In order to make this success we hare
marked them to the LOWEST NOTCH. Be
assured they are reduced juat as represented.
You are Invited to Call and See for
We hare NO desire to deceive or misrepre
sent anything. Our policy bai NEVER been
m r,at m.m mnrn m.m w conld for our merchan
dise, but to aell as LOW as possible in orderJ
to increase our outlet ana seep me iraae a i
HOMK. Call early.
Brown & Roddick,
200 Tons Coal.
VT OT DAMAGED, all sizes, and well
jLN screened. delivered proaiptly, as
300 Kegs Dupout's Powder uaburnt.
At lowest prices to cash customers.
Wo ;d ar.d bhingles. Fresh supplies ex
pected next week.
O. GjPARSLEY, Ja., Agent,
Coal and WoodT Yard, Cor. Orange and S.
Water Sts. ' j 6
At John Carroll's
YOU GET THE BIST WHISKEY pass
ed orer any counter inlthU c ty. A solemn
fact! Also, Wines , Liquors and Cigar?, an
free lunch erery day.
The Celebrated .Winberry Orstere sold
only at THB COSMOPOLITAN. .
Toilet & Fancy Articles.
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENT8
Prescriptions compounded, 'at all hours
day or night.
A complete stock to buy rom.
JAMES C. MUNDS, Druggist,
Third street, Opp. City HalL
jOTICE IS HEREBY given to all
whom it may concern, that application
will be made to the General Assembly of
North Carolina, which convenes in Janu
ary next, for a charter to incorporate the
'Wilmington, Charlotte & Western Rail
way. Company dec 2-S0t
JVERTTHING MARKED DOWN ! - '
Cothiog Offered at a Sacrifice t
Fall and Winter Stock Must be Seld
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY.
Hard Money, 8oft Money,
Green Money, White Money, Tallow Money.
All taken for Goods at
The Best Unlauadried Shirt ia the City for
75ctl " J"
OFFICE W. 4 8. RAILROAD CO.
January 21, 1879.
THE STREET OARS will leare the head
of the toad (corner Birth and Castle
streets) erery hour oommineing at 8 A M.
and running during the way. .Persons desi
rous of riiitiag the Cemetery can rely upon
meeting cars accord lag to abore schedule,
ju JUt HENRY WRIGHT, SopL
B tar and Bun copy. -. ,:
THE WILMINGTON JOURNAL, ia on
of tke rerr best adrertising madiems,
Try ir julj 31.
HE 1 11 1 A T1LY REVIEW
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New Advertisements. '
P. HaissBtReaa Pianos and Orgma
8. JawaTT Christmas is Over.
J. C. licKBS, Druggist.--Toilet at d Fancy
The lUttle Snake Shoal Light Ship i
being torn to pieces. Moat of hef
timbers are very rotten. It is tbuugbthe
could hardly Lave stood the last atoms
at sea had she been in them.
The new bar for Stanley's tloating com
press has not yet arrived and in all proba
bility it .will b two. vetkirfcefort
is ready to commence operation?.
Wc regret to learu that Captain Jut-h
N. Bowdeu, passi'gfr conduOtr i tho
W. C. & A. Uii'lnmd.'aiK Mr. J
Knight, Jr., engineer and conductor of a
freight traiu on tha W. & Wi U. H , aiM
both lying dangerously il l in this city from
an a' tack of pneumonia. 1
Lost his Finger.
A giutleman working at AUaffer
Hill's sash and biicd fac rv hl the inia
fcrtune to lose h s middle finger yester
day bv its comiusr incoutaet withi a buz
saw. So we are informed.
At the t hip Yard
It looks like "biz" down 1 at the ship
yad of Messrs. Cass:dey & RossJ The
LightShip is suugly fixed cn ber bed
in the yard, a brig is- on the ra lway
undergoing repairs and three vessels lying
abreast of the wharf are awaiting their
turn.. ! 1
"Them Horse Tooths."
g?A gentleman of this city, who is a fine
performer on the piano, was sitting this
morning at one of tbe handaotne, rich
toned instruments m j Heinsberger s music
room, playing one-of Strauss' beautiful
waltzcsfwh?ii a rustic gentleman stepped
in aud listened rery attentive' y with bis
mouth and eyes both open. As the last
soft notes didd away he ejaculated, "By
hokey'.What purty northern horse tooths
The A frico-Amerlcan Tresb) terian.
We have rcjeived thj second number
of this paper. It ( is published semi
monthly, by . Her D. J. Sanders, a colored
Presbyterian minister in this city, a. man
of ability and influence, and its articles,
both original aud selected, and the general
make-up of the paper are exceedidgly
creditable to the projector. Wo wish it
much success. f j 1
The following unmailable ctters re
main in the Post Office in this city ; :
Perry Mason & Soa, .Boston, Mass;
Mrs Happy Cornelius Mimis, !N"ewbern
N C; Airs S S Brock way, Key West, Fla;
Jno Doyle care Henry J Sweet, Jr, &
Co, Coopers &c; Miss Priscilla Lowery,
Normal School, Hampton, Va; Mrs Mary
W Owen, Pee Dee Bridge, N C.
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A Xew Departnrei i
The "Boarding House" people made a
new departure last night. Heretofore it
has been customary for a fewj. policemen
to be admitted into the theatre on the oc
casion of a performance, a favor which
managers are generally glad to concede,
for the sake of maintaining order in1 the
house, but last night they were " refused
admission by the doorkeeper of the
troupe. Their presence' generally 'exer
cises a wholesome restraint! and last night
is the first time we have, ever 1 heard of
their being refused admission.
Loaf Cake, with Fralt.
. Two large cups of powdered sugar, one
and a'half cups of butter, stir, to a cream,
five cups of flour, with three teaspoonfula
ot Doolky's Y'east Powder, one j cop of
sweet milk, half pound of raisins, two
ounces of citron cut in smalt pieces, one
grated nutmeg, one wine glass of wine,
one of brandy, eight eggs, add the flour
with the milk, . sugar, and butter, the
beaten yolks of the eggs, and then! the
whites welt beaten, then the wine, spice,
and fruit; make this into two loaves; bake
slowly one hour. . ; !
A bite from a rattlesnake is sometime
not more dangerous than a severe cough or
cold. A well merited reputatien has Dr.
Bull's Couth 8yrup, and ibis remedy is
sold by all druggists, j Price 25 cents.
Doctors and Churches.
The doctors of New York city says
Speex's Port Grape Wine has proved to be
pure, unadulteraud, of fine, flavor 1 and
tonic properties, and is unsurpassed for
its restorative powers, and ibey prescribe
it as a very superior wi je. Chmxhes use
it for CommunKra. For sale , by4 J. C.
Muuds, Green & Planner and P. U Bridg
ers & Co. - - .: '. ".
WILMINGTON, N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY
I The only caa j for the Mayor's con
sideration thi morniug was Jane Foy,
colored, who bails from tbe Long House
in tbe lower part of the city, but while
oi a rampage last night loet her bearings
and by some natural in-tinctbore down
tipun ! Faddy Hollow where she anchored
for a while aud until the rohce came
along cut loose hor moorings and took her
in U-w for the Guard Houae. She was
locked. up until this morning when the
charge of .'. i orderly conduct was pre
ferred by the omW who made the arrest.
The Mavor 4id five days in the City
Knew htm tr
1 ha i Soles
Detective Mayer wa
pjys' yesterday, and after running a
trangr dovrii the Wiowiog conversation
ensued-: . I . j
'My vreud. I vant to s-e dot license."
'WhU license ? I've nothing to. do
with the license."
' Vtl, now, I vants no uouaence "bout
dis peesnesa. You cau't bumhug me. I
knows vou py tat overcoat and shoes,
datyou travels for a house."
Well, yea, I travel for a house and
I hof e we'll get a largo one to-night."
"Veil, ten, show me dot lisence ? I
knowed you py tee soles of tem shoes."
"Our manager h is paid his lisence to
Capt. Penny packet. You can see him
about it if you like,"
"Aha 1 veil den, jou vas vore teater
man; py ihiminy I see you aga'u '
The Detective then marched off
time of two little piga nd a bobtailed
sow" to hunt for tcr poy dot looks like
tat tarn teater man. , j
moining about 7 o'clock, Mr. Mc-
Dermott, who is in the employ of the Gas
Company, was at the corner Gf Four.th and
Chestnut streets and hile engaged
making an excavation near thi gas lamp
post situated &.t ijiat point, for the purpose
of finding i leak in the gas pipe, a colored
drayman came trotting his horse up CLest-
nut street and in tbe most careless and un
concerned manner drove his dray upon
tbe old man, knocking him down, and had
it not been that agentleman passing at the
t me, who saw the danger in which Mr. Mc
D. was placed and juu ped before the
horse and shouted to the dray man to slop,
the old " mad would ! probably have been
severely indued; as it was, before the horse
could be stopped fie was knocked down
and the horse' and dray hadnearly passed
over him, one wheel striking him on the
arm and shoulder, r bufcwe are glad to learn
inflicting but' slight; injury. It was a nar
row escape, however. We did not learn
the name of the drayman, but suppose that
he will 'be looked after by the proper au
thorities. - By the way, if we remember
aright, there is an ordinance of the city
prohibiting draymen from driving their
horses "faster than a walk1', which should
be enforced. !
Miss Genevieve Rogers and her
We had the pleasure of a call this morn
ing from Mr. G. A Mortimer, the business
manager of the Genevieve Rogers troupe.
Mr. Mortimer, though a New Yorker by
birth, served in the Army, of Northern
Virginia during the war, in the First
Virginia regiment. This, together with
the fact that Miss Rogers is a Southern
born girl and a first-rate actress besides,
ought to commend them to our citizens as
well worthy of a liberal patronage. We
hope to see a good house to .night.
The following from the Boston Sunday
Times, are no doubt compliments worthily
Miss Genevieve Rogers was born in
Louisville, Ky., April 9, 1850, and is there.
fore not eighteen years of age, a fact few
who saw her in the second act of "Maud
Mailer" will4 readily, believe. She made
her first appearance as 1 a "star" in April,
1875, under the management of Mr. Frank
E. Aiken, the well-known actor and man.
ager. Her career was one of continued
triumphs. . In the south west,wher ever she
has appeared, she has won the admiration
of hex audiences and the good will of her
managers. She was anxious to succeed in
Boston, and the great success which she
has won here must be doubly gratifying to
ber since she came almost unheralded and
making no pretentious claim upon our !
patronage. She had prejudice to overcome
also, and , tbe honor, which Boston has !
done her hi crowding the Museum and
freely giving her its plaudits, is a sponta
neous offering, and such a one as is never
accorded here hot to real merit. Behind
the scex.es her triumph haafbeen fully as
great as that won front her audier.ee. To
say that not a member of the stock com
pany with whidt she nightly plays is jeal.
ous of ber distinction, is the highest praise
that we can accord her, and those in the
ranks of the dranatic profession wfll ap
preciate its Taiuj
The receipt of cotton at this port to
day foot up:2f tolea, "
Our Boarding House.
Tbe modern sensational drama of this
name, readered at our Opera House last
night,ia a play of very-questionable moral?.
In fact we have no hesitation in -saying
that it id too broad in its character to
meet with favor( from Southern audiences.
Had the true character of the plot been
known, there would have been thinner
benches thanj were witnessed last night
few ycung men avould have carried their
sweethearts and fewer older men jtheir
wives. Without tbe pathos of ejither
Camille" or EasfLynne," those facts
and situations which should be'delicately
re-brought out in' bold relief
and into positivedeforrhity by the slang of
the daj.j j
jynTiie acting, however, was very good
and the ludicrous Kcees wno enacted
with a comicality that brought down the
house. Mr. Harry Littie, as Prof. Gre
garious Gillypod anA Mr. John A.
Mackay as Col U T Elevator seemed as
if born to their parts. The female char
acters, with one or two exceptions, were
also excellently-well assumed. It was
not tho acting, nor ths incidental scenes,
to1 which except on could bo taken, but
simply the plot,, which in its nature,
development and termination was decided
lyobjectionable 1 " ' ' a
New Invention. .
Capt. J. D. Stanley has invented and
patented a band tightener to bo used on
any cotton jcompress for tightening and
fastening the iron ties around the bale.
He claims that if a bale of cotton be
compressed to ten inches ;that by the use
of his band, tightener it will only expand
two inches, while ties fastened by hand
will give from six to eight inches. By
the use of his invention; cotton need not
be1 compressed sufficiently to break the
staple, which is one ! of the arguments
used in its favor. The band fastener was
tried this morning to the entire satisfac
tion of the inventor and several who
witnessed the test of the machine. We
will pot attempt to describe it, as our
knowledge of machinery is not sufficient
to eaablo us to write an intelligent de
scription of it. ;
Sudden Death. ,
Last night ab.ut 9 o'clock, as the
steamer Wave-, Capt. Robeson, of the Ex
press Steamboat Line, stopped at Cain-
tuck landing,twenty-seven miles above
the city,on her regular trip from Fayette
rille to this place, Mr. C. Y. Pridgen,
a gentleman about thirty or thirty-fire
years of age, and a resident of Pender
connty, stepped aboard of the steamer
and engaged passage for Wilmington.
After a hearty supper the passenger took
a seat in the cabin and entered into con
versation with Capt. Robeson, sitting up
as late as twelve o'clock before retiring
to sleep. The boat arrived here in due
course of time and this morning, about
half past f even o'clock, when the steward
went to arouse Mr.' Pridgerj he found
that he could not awake him. ' This fact
was immediately communicated to Mr. J
G. Wright, packet clerk, on the wharf,
and to the Captain also, both of whom on
reparing to the cabin found that the un
fortunate man was "either dead or in a
dying condition. Mr. Wright hurried
off for the nearest physician an d Dr.
Norcum,t in answer to this summons, as
soon as he arrived pronouncedlife extinct.
A jury of inquest was impannelled by
Coroner Hewlett this forenoon, who after
due deliberation returned a verdict of
death from natural causes. We learn
from Mr. Charles Pridgen, a brother, that
the deceased had a fall from a bale of
cotton several years ago and received
some internal injury about the breast or
stomach from which ho never recovered;
in fact, the object of his risitto Wilming
ton, at this time was to consult, with his
physician, Dr. J Francis King, his pur
pose being to return home by the steamer
this afternoon. But instead of returning
home to his 'wife, new a young widow,
and little child, as he expected to after a
separation of only forty-eight hours, his
lifeles remains, enclosed in a coffin, were
carried back on the same steamer this
afternoon in charge of-Mr. Charles Prid
gen, brother of the deceased. L'homnic
propose et Dieu dispose. Mr. Prid
gen was regarded as a most estimable
citizen and his sad and untimely end will
be regretted by all who tnew mm.
For Upwards or Thirty Tears
Mas, Wn?8LOw's Stsuf has been used
for cMdren.1 It corrects acidity j of ' the
stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates
tbe bowels: cures dysentery and diar-
rluza- whether arising from teething or
other .cause. An 01a ana ,.weu-tnea
remedy. , 25 catis a bottle 'A & yr. ,
21, 1879. NO. 303
HeaTy Receipts of Crude Tur'jcntlne
and AdVance in the Price-
The recent freshtt Las cais-:d the tur
pentine to be fjbaled ia'o. iairkct "larger
quantities than usual. Tin? vrec
terday were oiiljj
to-day they foot, up as h izh
But instead of the heavy roccipts dt press
ing the market, as ui-iglit have Loen ox
pected, tbe price has r.uvar.ceJ lire"' 'cents
onhard and ten cer.ts for jofl virdu,
sales of twci:ty.fiTe Luudrol hUU huVivz
Deen mail e at ih.zc i uivsm Tj ns
pretty lively competition i ,r a. v.l.i.c
morning amoug the Invrri 1 mi t
xenUy-tryirjg to eul-bi
least some were iij to uti'.
while the severs and ii.si eqtors s:c:r..i
look on quietly and enjoy i
Robbery and Ar&on
The residence of Mr.'L.nvBon K. Skip
per, at Farmer's Turnout, in Columbus
county, was robbed last night of a num
ber of valuablearticles, supposed to have
been doneby one John Henry Wil
colored, whom Mr. Skipper has had
his employ. Mr. S. is lere to-day witi
a Warrant for. Williams' arrest.
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Also, about 4 o'clock .thus, n.ornii.
dwelling house and kitchen, about
half-mile from Farmer's Ttiruvut, were
destroyed by fire. The house was 'unoc
cupied and was' the property of Mr. M.
M. DowniDg. a gentleman from I:iinV
who was to
have moved in to-.day.
j Success in the Stock Market. j
Few people understand how "large for
tunes are amassed so rapidly in stock
operations. Messrs. Lawrence t & o.,
Bankers, N. Y., have jukt published
"two unerring rules for success," and full
details, so that any ' ona caa operate.
MaiLei free. Their new combination sys
tem of de.iling in. stocks is -wonderfully
profitab By this method thousands of
orders, in' various sums, are pooled into
one immense capital, and co-operated a.
a mighty whole, thu3 securiug to each
shareholder all the I advantages of vast
capital and best skill. 1'rotlts divided
every SO ''days. $lo would make 75
profit, Slbp would return $1, 000, or 10
per cent, on the stock in tho month, and,
so on, according to. the market. Irs. SJ
J. Battey, j fashion Editress A'eicark
Jjaiiy .Mavcrtt tscr, made over 6t o per
cent, profit on au investment, Oi. otb,
1878. Many o thers are doing as well or
better. Large -or small amounts can be
used with equal proportionate succcsst by
this system. All.kindscl stocks and
bonds wanted. -Governmenf bonds' tup
plied. Apply, to L'wvrence Co.,
Bankers, 57 Exch xnge Placo, X. Y. City.
To all who are sn tiering from the errors
and indiscretions ot youth, nervous weak,
uess, early decay, loss cf manhood, ic, 1
will send a recipe that will cure vou, FliKE
OF CHARGE, j This great remedy was
discovered by a in issionary in South America--
Send a self-a ddressed envelope to the
Rry. Joseph T. I nmax, Station D, Bible
House. Xeio York City. I d to w
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Wllmlngv 'on District.
i'irst round cf Que rterly Meeting?. M th
odist E. Church, 5ou l:
Bladen, at Center, Ja duary 25 and 20.
Elizabeth, at Elizabet btown, Feb. 1 and. 2
Waccamaw Mission, l'ebruary 11.
Smithville, at Concord. Feb. i and
Wilmington, at Fifth Stueet, Feb. 22 ic 2f5.,
" at Front S tn 'et, Men 1 and l.
.Topsail, at Union, March -Sana O.f
Onslow, at Tabernacle, larch l.jf and 10.
The District Ste war. is will p'lease meet
me at the Parsonagii of 1 Front street
Church, Wilminston, Feb.. 2oth, 1S7'J, at
10 o'clock, A. M.. A fu.ll attendance is
pesired. : L. JS. T.cukhead,
i residing Elder..
Colliks IldusE. Wilmington. X. C.
Jan. 24th W.M. 'Collins, proprietor.
From 8:15 o'clock Jan. 2rd 'to 8:lo
o'clock Jan. 24th r William Bryant,
Fremont, N C;,E G ICreech, .Savannan,
Ga; Capt M Milcahy , C , C Jl K; ) W
Thompson, E G Tbjompson; JT-Elmore,
Abbottsburg, X C; John H Tuaken; Bur
gaw; J II Devcfina, Xaw'York; A Ii
Wayne, Flemingtoa. X" Cf II A v Locke.
Houston, Texas; W Henderson, James T
Scoil, Charleston, S C; J S Thomas, city;
F B Atkimson, W I K Kerxenes, Barque
AllKight at" Last ! r;
yy E ARE PLEASED at "being able to
state to our fiiendi and the public tint the
etore occupied bj us, damaged hj the" late
fire, has been the roughly repaired and that
.we hare now ia stack a fall' liae of
Fxesli Eamilj (xroceries.
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and aie prepared to 11 all orders. 1
3- We hare still a few articles damaged
ly the late fire which will Da sold at almost
anj price. - i
, J. W. ALDERMAN A CO,
I Famijr Grocers,
.-J Cor. Chestnut and Water streets.
dee 4 : I : y
-p ECEITED THIS MORNING a splendid
: -TV line of white and " colored Cards and
Bristol boards. Can give nice job and the
heapest iob in the city. . '
DAILY REVIEW JOB OFFICE.
The Thermometer. y
From tho United States Signal Office at -his
place we obtain th. fnllowin? renort
Jf the therrncmetcri aa taken this morn
ing at :31 0 clock : "
Cairo, 111 52
Charleston, g. C,...52
Corgicana, Tex 50
Fort Gibson, C. '.03
Mobile, Ala. ...... ...49
A'aahTille ..... ...31
St. Louis Mo.....35
SU Marks, Fla....L4J
Washington, D C.19
Wilminton, N. C.49
J AM EjS I) A NIELS Wednesdar e vealn g,"
2-M iasi, at the rcsiieccj cf Mr. W. G. Fow
ler by the Ker. ii. F ; Hall, Mr. FRANCIS
M. JAMES aad Mrs. HALLK, DANIELS.
No cards. " ' i
uTImt Husband or Miiie'j
j-jECLAKt.S EMPUATiCALLT, j partica-
!jriy, pcsiti.veiy and eitctrelj, that'the only
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Vlacc ia th. pity to buy Cl:biag, Hats, Fur
nishiog -Gradis, ami in "fact, everything ap-;
rctainiry4 to H12 rfisirfs'of a Gentleman, low
. . . -.
a: pipe- to tuit the times, is at J
Vr Dipoi", 27 Market st.
Argoej" Roller fuspen
OG AIID OJIGAZO'S
TtW AM) s'hCUND HAND,
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S a for Cath, or on the
fr tta' meet Plan, at the
LIVE IJOOK STORE.
il'LLNT, DECOItlTIXG VINES and
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Pictarc-y, Pottery, Perforated Board, all
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colors, ilottje.?, Iraines, Chromes, Engra
viDgs and Phot e. For eale at '. ;
Nos. 39 and 41 Market tit.
ishts Onlv !
Friday, Jaiiuary Sl, IS
SATURDAY MATINEE i
The-Eucccsa of the past two ceasonp, tie beau
titul play ot
The brilPanf and hand-? nie yonnjr Commo
dienne,iil..ies G BN E V 1 EV!K KUGKHrf, aad t-
d bv the favorit American actor, Mr.
FRANK E.AIKEN, who will jappear in A
new and origin! - Coined j Drama, written
expressly for therxi by Charles Gaylor, Esq.,
and entitlea .
COUSIN ROXY1 !
"TI15 'Worrit'.. of -the School and the
jFairyof the Household-"
"With an excellent caste of characters.
Tickets may be had at lieiaBberer's Book
Store. Parquetteatid lrefa Circle $1. No
charge for Keserycd Heats. jiti 2J
Gliristnias is Over.
"gUT I WILL
you in tTic
HE PLEADED TO sert
Book and Stat
and -will endeavor to give you satisfaction iti
every transaction at j
dec 27 . Front Street Book Store.
000 Bunches of Bananas.
T HAVE THIS DAY RECEIVED R00
JL Bunches of very choice Bananas, which
will be sold very lovv2jrhose calling early
will have the advaita0 of selecting a nice
bunch at S, G. NQRTHKOPJS," ,j
dec Z) -Fruit and Confectionery fetoresj
Eoatwright & McKoyi
I ' 1 OFFER ' ' ' ' j
TJoWe PUBtlC GEXERAIiLt
1 AT- .'-: . 'il-
Wholesale and Retail,
LARGEST & BEST SELECTED !;
Groceries in the State.
jZ&We keep, no so-called So. 2' MEATi.
QOOD GOODS are always tbe Cheapest.
&Cox'e and see aod Examine for job ri
selves.- '".'. - .
Boatwright & Etcltoy, 1
5, 7 di 0 CTorth Front Dt.
jan 10 ;
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Samples from Baltimore
ana New Orleans . ,
rARDERS for iloluus, Bugur,Cofs,Eoipi
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