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8 . aj oo. Six month, tiCO. Three
aix: One month. 35 cento.
" r be dellTcred by carriers tree
SJSto any 1 the city. at the abore
JarSbrtt" will report any u4 eJl UO-
tholr paper regularly.
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"fijirai Fremont will be 70 year old
John McCarthy Scuily. the IrUt ra
mot and asUator. died last Suuday In
- Ycrk. ,
Wednesday was the firtt anntreraary
cfGatnbeUasdcath. There were great
kmwiatratioDi at Paris and Nice.
of four c( Mr. Carlisle's
Coamittee on Foreipj Affair arc em.
mlarly appropriate, xiz.z Wise, Lamb.
. Wait and Ketchatn. -
RUmarck's voluntary redaction of
weight from 237 to 103 poand baa
materially improred both his appear
ucce and his health.
rrofessor William Miller defeated
Edward Blackburne in a wrestling
watch for the championship of Aus
tralia for $1,000 a side.
I ltcv. Pr Stern, a Jewish rabbi ot
Wilkesbarre, Pa., favors Sunday wor
ship, aud is combating the prejudices of
hia race against that nd other Christ
ian custom s. ,
Samuel Jones Miller recently died in
Columbia county. New York, leaving
ten children, aged respectively 75,' 73,
"l,G9,GG,61,2G CO. 58 and 55. These ten
children are in turn the parents'of sixty-
1 La New York Evening Post (Rep.)
ujs that the attempt -to show tha
Speaker Carlisle has, "organized
CoDfress in the interest of the -solid
Mouth1' can "safely bo left to die ot its
According to the Paris Tempi a wo
man named Marie Glrard, now living
in the village of Arberire-ea-Royans,
was born on March 18. 1761. and is
conseauentlv in her 123d vear. She has
been a widow for 90 years. '
Time chancres all things, it is said
Judge Denman, who tried and sentenced
O'Donnell, the slayer of Carey, is the
son of Lord Den man, who stood sido
by side with Daniel O'Conneli.in the
British Parliament, and fought for the
liberty of the Irish people.
We have the authority of the Savan
cah Xeics for saying to this adulterous
and adulterating age, that "tho best
scientific test lor distinguishing butter
from oleomargarine or snrene is to see
whether it contains live cow's hair or
the plastering hair use in the artificial
Referring to the declaration of Henry
H'arcl Beecher, that if the Democrats
pledge themselves to revenue reform
and the Republicans oppose it, he will
vote tho Democratio ticket next year,
the Boston Post says "it
is the first
serious setback the tariff
bare received of late."
P. T. Barnum, In his will. made the
uther day, bequeathes real and pergonal
property to the value of $10 ,000,000 to
twenty.eevcn direct holrs. Among his
bequests aro various sums to charitable
institutions. Mr. Barnum values his
interest in the Barnum aud London
shows at $3,600,000.
The Senatorial contest .in Kentucky
promises to be warmly contested.
The leading Dsmocratic candidates aro
Senator Williams, who seeks a rcelee
tion. Congressman J. C. 8. Blackburn,
and Col. Thomas L. Jones, - who came
withia one or two votes of receiving
the Democratic nomination for Gorer
nor last year.
Henry Villard seems to have brought
the Northern Pacifio Railroad to the
point of a completed achievement, only
to find that ha has wTeckecL himself
both physically and mentally, in hia
great work; ne is now shut up. in his
house In New York, by nervous pros
tration and sleeplessness, and he has
been told by hia physicians that if he
would hope to get well he must resign
his railroad presidency. There's not a
rose in life without its thorn.
The Chicago Press, an independent
journal, says . "The Democratic party
will survive and with Butler in the
field or out. jast as the whim strikes
him. He will, it a candidate on a
workingmens labor greenback plat
lonn, draw more strength from the
Republicans than from the Democrats.
If In the role of a third candidate he
can carry Massachusetts against the
Republicans, which is doubtful, be
would be an invaluable allj of the Dem
ocrats." A fine assortment of Ganj and Pistols
at Jacob's Hardware Depot.
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(XDEXiJO NEW ADVERTttIMET&.
W H Gkee Clears -
B McD0UGJO.LApple , j ,
L Q CCERnTK C CabUgc '
aenrs bieoer Dlrlps for ittl !
R M MclKTIBB Dry Good. Ac
C W TA.TB3 ChrltmM Koveltlcs' "
J R TcXBZirrcrs Acelgnee 0al9
A K WaL2.es, CaaVr Dividend 2fotlc
Tatlos's Bazaar Great Gale of Corset
J II BOATWRICHT Clinton & PtCaawell KB
BiCros Bsoa. & IeRossbt Extract ot
Witch Hazel i, h i
The ground was frozen 1 quite , hard
this morning, but it soon, thawed. f
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This Is very unhealthy jweather for
tiogs. a great inaoy of
yesterday. - j !
There are now 1$ patients for treat
ment in the city hospital, none of which.
however, are cases of a serious charac
ter, t i I
Mr. Jno. R. Turentlne still has on
hand a few bunches of fine bananas
and a lot o( cocoanuts. which: will be
sold very low. . , 1
Hon. O. D. Conger. U. 'S. Senator
from Michigan, with his wife aud niece,
arrived in.the city to-day and are regis
tered at the Purcell House.
We are told that it j was extremely
cold North of here yesterday, and from
all accounts it must have been much
colderthere.than it was in Wilmington.
The freight and passenger traffic on
the railroads leading South are unusu
ally large. The travel toFlprida is
much greater than it has been in any
previous year. ' i
The Miaco Humpty j Dumpty troupe
arrived in the city; this morning and
registered at the Commercial Hotel.
They played to a good house last night
There is unmallable matter in the
PostofUce in this city addressed to Rev.
Jas. Willing, Robt. Itowe. care o!fS. F.
U.R. Co., and T. K. Howard; Wil
mington, N. C.
There will be a grand ball to-night at
Long Creek, Pender county, compli
mentarytoMr. Z.jW. Whitehead, oi
the Winston Sentinel, who is visiting
Mr. James Garrason, &i that place.
Mr. Stephen G. Worth, Fish Com
missioner of North Carolina, is. at New
River, Onslow county, examining the
oyster fisheries there with a view to
tholrjiurther development and improve
ment. i ' ! !
Pere Hyacinth, of Paris, and wife aud
child are registered at, the Purcell
House. Rev. John Coleman, of ' New
York, accompanies them. They in
dulged in the pleasure of a ride to the
Sound this afternoon. !
A reception was given ; Hon. Simon
Wolff, after the lecture last night, by
Mr. F. Rheinstein. which was attended
by quite a number of our cilizens. It
was a very pleasant affair, jand much
enjoyed by those who were present.
Attention is invited to the advertise
ment of Mr. John R. Turrentine, As
slgneo of Mr. 8. P. Collier, as it appears
In this issue. The en tiro' stock of goods
In Mr. Collier's store is to bo sold at
cost to close, and some good . bargains
may be had there ' I
The band connected with! Miaco's
Humpty Damply troupe, accompanied
by two or three grotesque j characters,
paraded the principal streets of the city
this noon, much to the delight of the
small boy. The music was good, conv
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Of course all the little ones will go to
the matinee to morrow to see Humpty
Dumpty in his fantastic performance.
We heard one little child enquiring very
anxiously this morning it Humpty
Dnmptv loved little children and she
was much pleased when tald tbatj he
did. " LL i
Joseph Jones, colored, was before
the Mayor this morning, charged with
an assault with a deadly weapon . He
was adjudged guilty and required to
give a bond in the' sum of &50 for his
appearance at the ) next term of the
Criminal Court, m default of which he
was committed. ! i
In an article on Washington society
life, the Philadelphia Times says:
"Many members 'are accompanied by
their, wires and1 daughters. Messrs.
Blackburn, Holman, Ballantyne, Tur
ner and Randall hive beautiful and
accomplished daughters in society, and
Miss Green, daughter of Colonel Green,
of North Carolina, and Miss Cnrtln,
daughter of Governor Curtln, of Penn
sylvania, are among the most beautiful,
accomplished and admired belles of the
United 8tata.M !
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WILMINGTON. N C., FRIDAY. JANUARY 4.
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Mr; Malt. J.j Heyer. of this"city." was
married in St. LouiswMo.." oi - tha :Snd
inst, to Miss Alary-A. BcU. daiStcr of
Dr. James Bell, ot that city.' The bnda
Is a charming young lady and a great
fATorite iu a large social circle in St.
Louis. The happy couple are xpeotd
to arrive here about the UUer part of
next week- "
We understand that Capt. Thomas Ji j
Green, for ao:many years past known
as the affable commander of the steam' j
er ifort&-fifote, jplylng betweeu-thls cityf
and Fayettevillo, has resigned his" post j
tion on that boat, to take effect on the
10th lust- Capt. Green has purchased
an interest in the steamer Bladen and
will hereafter be in charge of that boat
Through the courtesy of Dr. F. W.
Potter, City Physician, we have obtain
ed the meteorological report- for Decern
cember, 1883, which is as follows:
Rainfall 1.22; highest temperature
71.8. on the 8th ; lowest temperature 27,
on the 16th ; mean temperature 52.8 ;
prevailing direction of wind S. W. ;
greatest velocity of jwind 27, S. W.,
on the 14th; number of miles travelled
4.365 ; barometric reading 30,177.
We are remined by one of our readers
that there are two more holidays be
tween this aud the Fourth of July, a
fact which we had overlooked. These
are May 10th and 20th. whloh are both
legal j holidays In North Carolina.
There is another, also, and that is
Washington's birthday, February 22nd.
These, however, while ail legal holidays
are not as generally observed by i bus!
nessmen as Thanksgiving Day. Christ,
mas and the Fourth.
Tho JLast of Earth.
' - The funeral of the late Mr. Luke B.
Huggins took place at the First Baptist
Church at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon,
and a large concourse of relatives and
friends were in attendance to listen to
tho solemn , ceremonies. The services
were conducted by Rov. Dr. T. H
Pritchard, and were peculiarly impress I
siveand touching. After the funeral
services the remains were conveyed to
Bellevue Cemetery for interment. The
pall bearers were Messrs D. Cash well,
Alfred Alderman, B. F. Mitchell, Wm.
Larkins. J. W. Taylor and J. W. Col"
Hob. . I I .
Of the Miaco Humpty Dumpty
troupe, which will appear at the Opera
House to-night, ; the Raleigh Visitor
One of the largest audiences of the
season greeted Miaco and his Humpty
Dumpty troupe at . Tucker Hall las:
night. Miaco is one of the be3t panto
mime clowns on the stage, and added to
his former reputation by his clever
acting last night. Incidental to the
play jwcre the skipping rope dance by
Cornelia Carroll, W.Farre. in his ex
pert hat spinning, feats ot jugglery,
&o., Miss Jennie Miaco in some
beautiful songs and dances; Miss
Donna Stickney, in her wonderful acts
on the slack telephone wire. The three
SL Elmos gave some startling and
wonderful acrobatic feats, they being
as good iu their libe as we have ever
seen. We heartily commend Afred
Miaco and his Humpty Dumpty troupe
to all lovers of good acting.
We can. without hesitation, say tha
Dr. Bull Cough Syrup - has given the
best satisfaction. We have sold an
Immense amount of it during the. past
winter. I ' -
WALLACE. HILTON & CO.
Druggists. Lock Haven. Pa.
Tbe IiOCturo Last Night,
Hon. Simon Wolff, ot Washington,
arrived in the city yesterday morning,
and, in accordance with previous an?
nouncement, lectured at tho Opera
House last night for the benefit of the
Wilmington Library Association. He
was . introduced to theaudience by
Mayor Hall in a speech of considerable
length entirely appropriate to jthe occas
ion and subject, which was f 'Egypt."
It was an interesting and instructive
effort, and was listened to ; with . ' pro.
found attention by the audience. He
spoke in an. cosy, graceful manner1
Without notes of that ancient and hisv
torlo country as he bad seen it while
a resident there as a representative of
the United States government. He
exhibited a number of relics of the
country with photographs of Egypt,
which may be seen at the rooms of the
Library Association during his stay
here. Mr. Wolff is aneloquent speak
cr and we hope that LtTmay be beard
again by a larger audience than greeted
him last night.
Tbe receipts of cotton at thii port to-j
day foot up Hf fcolss, '
Ladies' and Children's Wraps,
: In all
Bargains iti Black Silk.
" Sue if you can do as well North or South. r Suits made to order in short notice.
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FIBST NATIONAL BANK
DIVIDEND OF THREE AND j A HALF
Bit cent, baa been declared by the-Board of
ireciors of this Bank, payable on ;nd after
the 8th Inst. . A. K. WALKER,
Jan 4-t8 in nac Cashier
CRATES APPLES ON HAND,
3 Bbls. Aasorted Applea,
Eggs, Chickens, Butter,
Beets, Turnips, etc., etc
At R. McDOUGAIilS,
A Chestnut St. bet Front and Water
Wilmington, N. U.
Clinton & Point Caswell R.R.
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SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOTIFED THAT
8IXTT PERCENT, of subscription la due
and if not promptly paid suit will oe brought
to collect It. Mr. M. M. Klllett la authorized
to onlleot In Fender and bampson counties.
Contractors must be paid.
i J. H. BOATWRTGHT,
Jan i,-2t Sec'y and Treas
C R EATS A L E
118 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, N O.
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JHE CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK
WINES, LIQUOR, PORrER.
j CIGARS, CANNED GOOD3, Ac.
la the Store of S. P. COLLIER, No. 23 j North
Front Street, will be sold at cost to close tho
assignment. Tho best opportunity ever offer
ed to get a superior article cheap. ,
'Cell an see. ;
I JOHN R. TURRENTINE,
rj. C. Cabbage.
T ARGE LOT JUST KECETVED ; '
i A NO. I ARTICLE.
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SAUSAGES Made by Westbrook Bros., at
Rocky Point Best la the market.
Oranges, Apples, Poultry and a general as-
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aortmest of ,1 ( J ; -
Fresh Family Groceries.
A call !s jespect folly solicited.
i G. CHERRY, , .
N. E. Corner Market and Second sta.
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CHrcr Plated Spoons and Forks, low
OF p . .
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j NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ND CORNICE !
of the newest styles, at very cioszpnces.
ALFRED T. MIACO'S
New Humpty Specialty Co.,
( BRASS BAND AND ORCHESTRA.
Entirely New and Original Ver Ion ! New
Scenery j New Tricks and Grand
Transformation Scene lit
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Popular Prices. Reserved Seats 50c, at
Dyers' Admission S3c; Gallery 25c. Sale ox
Seats begins Wednesday, January 2d.
Extract of Witch Haizel,
E OFFER THE ABOVE PREP ABA
tlon in Pint Bottles, as Double Distilled Ex-
tract of Witch Hazel or Hnmmamelio, at SO
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cents per bottle. , !
A safe and! speedy remedy for Brulies,
Strains, Burns, Scalds, Neuralgia, Pain, Piles,
Stings of Insects and many otter uses, the ex
treme low price placing It within the reach of
bery family. ' -j 1
Munds Bros. I & DeRosset,
j Druggists, Market Street,
finest English Tooth Brushes 25 cents.
jan 1 IV . V j:
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAT
formed a Copartnership, under tbe firm
name and style of JAS. B. 11UGG1N3 CO.,
for the purpose of conducting a GENERAL
JAS. B. HUGGINS,
F. G. ROBINaON.
Wilmington, Jan 1, XSSi.
Jas. B. Hnggins & Co.,
IN DIRECTING ATTENTION TO ABOVE
notice, desire to say that they hope by "fair,
ana square" aeaung to merit ana receive a
uoerai snare or public patronage.
Jan 1,1881. x jan 1 4t
JJOTT'S STEAM SAUSAGE FACTORY
Is now completed and is ready to fill orders
for Fresh Pork Sausage, Smoked Sausage Liv
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er Pudding, Hog's Head Cheese Also, Bolog.
na Sausage will be made tbe year round.
Orders by Express C. O. D. will be prompt
ly attended to. -
This Id the largest and most complete Sans
age Factory South. Respectfully,
Jan l tf !' W. J. MOTT.
Don't Forget It.
rpHE OLD NORTH 8TATE SALOON has
on hand a fine lot of those HORNE GARDEN
OYSTERS stacked on loo. They are jthe best
brought to this market. Call and try them.
Also, Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JAS. M. McGOWAN A SON,
i Jan 1 No 6, South Front St
Diaries for 1884.
PR0M THE SMALLEST POCKET SIZES
TO THE LARGEST OFFICE SIZES.
TURNER'8 N. C. ALIANACS.
BLUJI'S FARMER'S AND PLANTER'S
THE LIVING CHURCH
! Wholesale and retail, at
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Jin 3 I Lire Book and Music Stores
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5 and 10 cents Cigars,
1, 7. ' !
HAVANA FILLERS. I
Best in the city, aro on sale.
Drugs and Medicinal preparatloBS of the
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highest grade at
JNO. T. BCHONWALD'S.
Drug and Precription Store
, The Annual Meeting
QT THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FIBST
NATIONAL BANK OF WILMINGTON, Jf.CX,
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or the election of Directors, will be held at
their Banking Hocae on Tuesday, tho eighth
of January, &, at 11 o'clock, A M-'
A. K. WALKER,
dec29tdnae . ; . Caahler
O I gars I CiTja r o l
EW BRANDS Or UNEXCELLED Stock,
A luxurr withm reach of all.
ToUei Soap, a naw and. elegant Una. r
Toota Bruaha. cheapest and best, at j
WT I.I JAM IL G&ZSJrS, .
nor 19 UlllisltttttL
tm ourirtcaaa on xzj rsA all sutjecu .
fcaeraltetereatbut ::v. v , j i
.Tb taae ot toa write, niQtjway Ufa,.
CcauaunlcaUoiis mm U wntUa ok onl"
on fcido of the paper. 1 I , ,
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- Personalltfeanttst be Yti4i.! J
Aniltla wpecUCy aa-J rruculariy end
stood tnat tae Editor doca cot Uwaji eadoc
the Tlews of corrcspondnU unle o atatc
In the editorial colunna. ?-.-". ' 1 , :
It Don't Matter
jr THE OLD TEAR 15 GONE AJTD THE
New Year his came, HUMPUHET. JEN4
KINS & CO., arc b till receive at their Oys
ter none. No. 112 South Front Street, a freb
tra fih'pptd C. O. D,
Fresh bbclK Pytcr
always oa ba&d, &c
A8toni8hingly Low Price
JQ Standard Grasttlated fiuar, tl,
1 Q lbs. Puro White MAn 6uar, tl,
tts Lljht Brown Sugar, $1, '
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Apnle But'erSoner fis. i
1 Allki"ds Prunes 15orer , ' ,
A bbl of Ex Family Flour, guaxaatwl lA.55.
i RaUhis. Citron; Curranta. Lemon Peel. '
Nuts, Cocoanuts, Orange., rire Cracks rm. ;
Extracts, Sploe and afi Imas Goods.
Hams. Sugar Cuied and Old V. Carolina.
A few Choice, well smoked N. C. Sidee, 4
Beef Tongue.. Dried Beef. i i
Pickled and Smoked Salmon. , ! ! I
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I Dried Apples aad Peachee. i 1 , : .
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Old Gov't Java and
Laguayr andfilo Co I
ad, Daily, i i i .
fees, Roasted and Ground,
James Cs Stevenson,
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We do not claim to have, j !
A GREATER VAfttETT OR FiNER GOODS
than any one else. . '
WE ONLY POLITELY ASE YOU TO CALL
AND JUDGE FOr! YOURSELF. I
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119 uarxet at
! Sportsman's Goods, i
WE HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
o f English and Belgium Breech Loader
ever brought to this market. Alsoi a first
class stock of 8helL, Warding, Prlmers,Cart
ridge Bags, Gun Caps, Game Bagsj Ao. jlo
fact we can show a stook of Hardware. Good
goods and guarantee prices. ' : ' . I
i j. W. E. SPRINGER & CO., I
L 8uocessors to John Dawson ft Co.,1 I (
deoSl . , 19,21 and 23 Market PUeet
T?ULL LINE AT
GILES & MURCHISON'S
Mufcblf on Block.
Annlfif; f Annlft.q ! AnnfflQ I
N CONSIGNMENT AND MUST BE SOLD.
N. Y. Baldwin Apples, Ob lo Red Apples. N.
Y. Creamery Butt ;r, N. C. Roll Butter, I Ohio
Butter, Va. Meal, car load or small order so.
Ilclted. . . . ;" ' i . i' j '
I JC. O. BLAIR,
commission Merchant, 19 N. Second St.
; Haa 51 i . , . ill' ...".( 1 1 1
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Bankrupt Sale of Boots 1
and Shoes, i
havo bought the cntlro Bankrupt Stock! o
Dryfoos & Sternberger and will clot o It out at
less than ' j '' , ' j I ..."
Manufacturer's Prices I
This stock Is known far and wide as the
HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED of
any in the city, and as the goods are going to
be so id very low for cash onlrlt Twill! pay
purchasers to examine same before burlnsr
elsewhere, - I " , 4 - i- -. n
aecia i I A. DAVTD.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER
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lot of Velvet Lined C ANTON STRAWS for
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School Hats, also a large lot of FELT HATI
which will bo sold at reasonable prioeaJ
. I Hare In a complete Stock of I1 ' '
Millinery and FanoylGooas;
CROCHET SHAWLS and FASCIN ATO CS,
CAPS and 8ACQUE3. All aizea. colors and
prices in JERSEYS-" I i
STAMPING and HAIR WORK dote at rea
scnable prices. , ' , ; . ;j
MISS E. KARRER, ;
. C. Premoert
PERSONALLY IN ATTENDANCE at tl
Fashl9oable Shatlag and Hair Dressing f aloos
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atNo. 7 South Front Street, Noae bn tha
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best work done and tho best iworksiea 'eo
ployed. Glre&aacalL Jaatf
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. A HAPPY '
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: .' TO ALi OF 6UR -
FRIENDS AND PATRONS.!1
' JACKSON i BELL'!1
Printers and Binders.
Boys' Saddles, j
T ADIE3 AND GENTS SADDLES. XXbtM
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bUnketa; Ip Cbes, Carrbes and all kiada
of Vehlclae. Ba421ery. Trcnxs and Cirr!2t
repaired by akflled workmen. ! ,
ucdouoaxl a rovrrzr. 1