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frttraintbepro'iclioo of Mrs. Unr
Tec rcniitcicl the laic Ktoj Victor
L-Istxl have been removed M tho
1? ta tho Tacfhsoo, at Rome.
Rathbooe thjslnans report
tit U will probably recover from his
woaad. bat will not recorer hi lost
TU widow of the late Dr. "George,
H". Uaiby, of Richmond. Va.. has been
tvm a c'.erkshin in the offici of the
tr auditor at Vahiniton.
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la th desperate 6tnijc.le between
WiUiami and Blackburn , ot Kentucky,
for the United States Senate, it is pre.
dxttd that Mr. Carlisle will tep In and
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Sf caior Mtiler of Kew York, U slaud
a opposed to President Arthur's Preal-det-jial
aipirations. He is credited with
catnloi the State in his breeches
Mr. Springtt hivini decided to take
tLe committee on the invetUxatioa of
tU Attorney General's office . we may
ipct some "mlf hty intereallog read-
lo. in the tear future.
Admiral Radford has been quite ill at
the Ebbitt House, Washington, lrbm
an attack of gout, but is now much
improred, and hopes soon tu be able to
uoderiake trip to Arkansas.
- The Speaker of the Kentucky Uoum
cf ReDrescntail res U but 56 jcars of
X sod was a law pupil of Speaker
Carlisle. Young men out West are
growing up faster than the country.
The cold snap, it ts icared, will tcm
lorarily Interfere with navigation of
ome of the lower tributaries of the
tlfeupetke bay, which rarely happens
Male in etceptiooally cold weather.
Mrs. Dolly Barden has been a mem
ber ol the Baptist Church at Benton
CenUr. Ne York, eighty-thrcc conse
cutiro jears, anther, interest in evcry
thing of a religion charactei 'is una
bated. The American belle par excellence
for next season in London, vice -Miss
Chamberlain, retired, will be Miss
Jo!!a Jaekson. daoghther of "Stone
wain Jacksoo. the famous Confederate
The dainty card baskets attached to
doorknobs on Kew Year Day in Cbl
ga did more for the cause ot -tempt r
-ce, it is affirmed, than all the lojinc
lions of the total abstinence orators
axalnat the wice and cold lea on the
The Liverpool Zlcrcurv says that in
rite of the overt hostility of avowed op-oce-ts
and the halihcarted support of
i'Js-doai friends, the womana snflfrage
movement is undoubtedly making pro
gress ia England. It does not rest on
iu own merits, alone but Intelligent
women'havo espoused the csuse with a
cal, a pertinacity aud' a strength "of
argument withal which in the long run
bid fair to ensure success.
Secretary Bwank. ot.the American
iron and steel associaliou, is preparing
his annual report pf the iron and steel
trade t the United States for 1883.
The year's production or pig iron bo
puts down aa 4.523.323 tous. The con
sumption of pig Iron has been about
4.611.323 tons. The production of steel
rails la IS33 has fallen oQ below that of
1592. There were also made, probably,
100.000 tons less Iron rails than in I&82!
Eleven ex-Governors are now mem
bers of tho United States Senate-Henry
B.Anthony, of Rhode Island: Joseph
E. Brown and Alfred II. Colquitt, of
Georgia; Richard Coke, of Texas;
William Cuiiom, or Illinois; A. II.
Garland, of Arkansas ; Jas. B. Groome,
of Mar j land; Wade I lam ptoa. of South
Carolina; Ishani G, Harris, of Ten nes
Joseph B. Hawley. ol CooDeciicut
and Zebalon B. Vance, of North Caro
lina. The German Catholic papers join In
a chorus of congratulation npou the aa
nouacement of the QaztUe.
whkh places the crgy of tha Biihop:
rki f Kultu, Krmelxud and Hi1Jis. j
bciru on the State pay tiat. froo which
tb'cy were cut ofl by the opcratloa ot tbo
mm ' mam
May ;aw. i ais actino is la tea at aa
evidence thit rriocn Bismarck is deter
ined focouiplelo his abandonment ofj
the Cullurkaaipncr fco alliance or the
State and Church osamt common Ie-.
tociiilism hD'l revolution j ,
yn were rente! latt TucJay eight and
here was a fccrcae irref tho prt-vlous
' . a a r
year, mc total amount roaiizca tor
premiums as S011. which, with tbo
filed rentals. 12,833, makes. 8 total of
$31,Sii. The total last year was $37.-
471. a difkrcnco or $2,621 less than last
year. .1 I
If I had to DS7 100 tor a bottle of
St. Jacobs Oil.says Geal G. C.Knifan.
rd havo it. - i
I0U TO HIW ADYEBTISEMEBTI.
LkctckkEct Vf U Milbura
C W Tatx ClirlsUna Noreltle .
QxxicaBX&OEX If axle Colombter
Jackson it UELL-Job Prtaten
Miss K Karbku-Special Influcementa
MciTDi Bkd. Jt Df.BometKx tract
Witch Ilaxel ,
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot up 75 bales. f
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There is no reasonable grounds for
complaint at such fine weather as we
bare had to-day. i
The attention of the ladies is invited
to the new advertisement of Miss E.
Karrer as it appears elsewhere. in this
Mr. James A. Hewlett, who keeps
the Seaside Park notel.atWrightsville
Sound, shot 137 birds on Monday last
between the hours of 8 al m. and 4 p
Mr. Harry D. Graham, I Business
Manafer of "Rice's Pleasure Party." Is
in the city to-day making preparations
for the appearance of that company In
Our Goblins." on the I7th Inst.
Nor barque Xbrd Amoika, TerjeCD,
cleared to-day for Altona, Germany,
with 494 tons logwood , valued at $5,-
000, shipped by Mr. ?C. P. Mebane.
(This Is the , cargo of the It. barque
Claudius C which arrlvel here in dls.
ress some time ago. i
On Wednesday. Mr. J. W- Carr, of
Duplin Roads, and iMiss F.IIie J. De
vane, of this city, were united ia mar
nage, in the First Baptist Church, in
this city. Rev. Dr. Pritchard officiating.
It was a very inclement day and there
wero few persons present besides the
bride, the groom and the parson.
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f Officers Elected. . !
The Board of Directors ot the. First
Katioual Bank, of ibis city, held a
meeting last evcuing for tho election of
officers to senro for the ensuing year,
with the following result:
President E. E. Burrusa.
Cashier A. K. Walker
Ass't Cashier Wm. Lirkiui. I
Teller-H. M. Bowden.
Bookkeeper Ashley Gilbert.
Discount Clerk J. H. Boatwright.
Clerk W. A. Walker. Jr.
AH of these aro redactions.
; A rrwtty little propeller steamer has
just been launched from Capt. S. W
6klnners yard, and was flying arennd
the harbor to day making a very pretty
appearance-. She was built by Mr..
"Walter Taft. who is her owofr abd
will command her. Sbo has! been
named the A, aud a preUy pet she is,
being 31 feet long. tO feet beam. 4 fect
In depth of bold, aud supplied with a
25 horse power engine. Shu Is intended
for towing purposes in the harbor, for
which she seems to be well adapted.
Last night thieves broko into the store
of Messrs W. J. & B. F. Penny and
stole therefrom goods amounting in
value to several hundred dollars. Ap
pearances indicate that an entrance
was effected by removing a pane of
glass from the skylight and lowering a
boy to the main floor by means of a
rope, the latter opening the rear door
when landed so tha: tho others could
enter easily. It has not yet been ascer
tained how much was stolen, but sever
al trunks were taken and it Is presumed
that these were pretty well filled. A
number of overcoats were taken and a
considerable quantity of cloth and other
goods which would amount In value to
between $200 and $300.' There Is no
clue as yet to the thieves.
Fits, Fits, FiU,
successfully treated by World's Dispen
sary Medical Association. ' Address,
with stamp for pamphlet; Bafialo, N.Y.
number of the abor-oamc work.
which, aithoush appcnu j rather Plate
in the moo. i fully up to y of is
prcdcc3Sors in poiot of- - oscfettcoce,
iotcrcst and usffamcea. The feabjoctoj
treated are ot th tjtmosv imrrtaacc toj.
: the medical proleasioni aa wtU as to th :
he proleif ton. mix hi
and carciui reader bf tbo work and wo
hop I to .learn, ttetexe; long that .thef
Carolina hi upon itasubseri'pUoit books': ;
It would be money well aiid economic
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caiiy bctowea ana no ono woukj 9e a
cent the poorer for tho outlay.'
The first case forihq Mayor's consld
eration this morning was J. P. Smith,
who was chargod with disorderly con
duct. The charge was eodtained and
the defendant was fined $3 for the of
Herman Hecringen was the next,
charged with the same offense, and he
was let off upon the payment of $3.
Fred Schertt, disorderly conduct,
was fined $3. j"
William Kennedy, disorderly con
cudt, settled for the same by the pay
ment of a tine cr $5.
David Car ran, disorderly, conduct,
got off with a fine. of $3.
The last four were engaged In a sort
of jamboree,!1 last night in the "HoK
low," and were acting so badly that
they were taken in by the police, and
the City Treasury was $14 better off
this morning in consequence.
Joseph Jefferson. ,
The appearance of Mr. Jefferson 'on
Monday night In Sheridan's famous
comedy. "The Rivals," supported as he
Is by a superb company, will open a
new era to the younger portion of our
theatre-going people, inasmuch as It
wilt introduce to them a feature of the
drama with which they nave been un
acquainted. For some time post there
has been a strong effort made in the
large cities of the North to revive the
old standard legitimate drama as St
existed in anlt bellumd&Bt and in the
Instance of "The Rivals," with Mr.
Jefferson as Bob Aert9. It has been
entirely successful. His support, with
the accomplished Mrs. John Drew, Mr.
Frederic Robinson, Mr. R. L. Downing,
Mr." Charles Plunkett and Miss Rosa
Rand, is all that could be desired.
"Tho Rivals" is not a play in which ail
the merit rests with a si nglo character
as is the case with nearly all the modern
plays, but it is a comedy 'which calls for
excellence lu all the characters, and in
this respect the compauy which will
snpport Mr. Jefferson is first rate.
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Last Xfxht's Lecture.
There was rather a small audience at
the Library Rooms last night to bear the
distinguished divine and orator, Rey.
Dr. Milburn, in his lecture upon "John
Randolph of Roauoko."' The speaker
was suffering from the effects of a se
vere cold and consequently, labored
uuder many difficulties, yet be, spoke
lor an hour and' a halt to an enlighten
cd. cultured audience, who listened with
rapt delight and attention to his por
trayal of the life of the erratic though
brilliant character of the subject of his
lecture. There is hardly a more, diffi.
cnlt character, conspicuous "in Ameri
can history, to describe thse that of
John Randolph to replete with incon
sistencies, eccentricities and contrarieties
yet of wonderful mental activity and
power but the speaker was entirely
successful, and made tbe aubject fruit
ful of interest and instruction.. .The
hall ought to have been crowded to it
utmost capacity , and we deeply regret j
that it was not. The cubject was . in-
tcbscly interesting, the speaker, not
withstanding bis ill-health, was elo
quent, and tho cause for which he
spoke the benefit of the Library Asso
ciationwas such as to merit a crowd
On Friday night he will lecture again,
at the same place, when his subject will
be 'Gen. Thomaa J. ("Stonewall")
Jackson," and we bespeak for him as
large an audience as ths hall 1 will con
tain. : Nearly every body is afflicted with a
oold, of more or less severity, occasion
ed by the sudden and remarkable
atmospheric changes of the past few
The retention of any waste matter in
the system produces injury. The col
i lection ot "phlegm" er diseased xnuens
In time or cold or throat anection snonia
be .promptly removed. Dr Bull.
Cough Sjrnp does It more quickly and
eectually than any other cough syrup
caads." - - i ; :
N. C Medical Journal.
j ' is aix icixis:ot tthiaps. isuuBACi.va. ! ;
n ,,lrtMf, Tfcl, ' '. TUi" tt4.J ' mi ji !!.
-'a'5aj iuima.u LUiiUtt.ou, u latere, uiiiiureil
Cloaks,. &cl -
Calico Comforters aud
s.ji ;, . :
" M general clojitig out of ell
i We are prepared with j a good assortment at veasonabTe prices.
LINEN AND WOOL CRUMB CLOTHS, Lace Curtains. Cornice. Lace Lamb-
jan 9, 1831
Mayor Hall informs us , that up to
lastigbt 34 destitute families have been
supplied with provisions and fnel and
that there was a fair prospect that as
many more would be provided for
durinz to-day. Iu these acts of benevo-.
lence there has been no discriminatio
A . mAnnr ' fmhifa ' Anlnriul
families, the mere fact of destitution
and want being the only demand for
relief. 1 . i !.
CARR DEVANE On tbe 8th lnat. la the
lnrt Baptlut Church, in thla city, by He v. T.
H. PrlUhard. D. D., Mr. J. W. UAteB, of Du
plln Boada. to Mls KLLIE J. pEYAKE, of
"Stonewall Jackson. 1
KV. DE. AflLBDBS WILL LECTUBE
ON FRIDAY SIGHT, at LIBRARY HALL.
Subject, GBS. "STOXBWALL" JACKSON.
Lectura will beln at 3 o'clock! Admittance
50c jaaio 2t
J AM OFFBRIKO A! SPECIAL INDUCE
meat In ZEPHYRS, havinf a very large lot of
it. ana winifl4 to. raauce-stoct oeiore spring,
I wiU sell aU colors at lie and black aad white
at 10 centa per ounca, FOB CASH. A nice lot
of Handkerchiefs, Linen and Silk, I will sell at
reasonable . prices and stamp initials free of
chrochet Goods, such as Shawls, Fascina
tors. Caps, basques. Ac., at low n ices.
Hata trimmed and untrimmed as low as can
be bought anywhere; and a large stock to
MISS E. KARRER,
jan 20 Exchange Corner.
IU3 a r i e C o I o m b i e r ,
gARAn BAB MUM.
Standard Xdltlon, Price 3 cnts,
Just Tceelred at
( : Live Book and Music Slrres.
Blank Books, Paver. En kr,
Steel Pens, Letter Books,
ed and Blue reactls, .
, And a-H kinds of Inks. , Jaa 10
"WILL DO . Binding.
TBIME PORTO RICO MOLASSES JUST
XT landed direct from the Island, which we
offer to the trade at prices to suit the timet.
We gaarutea tbis Mol asset pure. ;
EDWARD KIDDER & SON.
CLOTHING EVER MADE ,
IN WILMINGTON FOR THE NEXT
rpHE WARM BACKWARD SEASON HAS
overloaded us with Winter Clot hlnsr, which
most be sacrificed at UNEARTHLY LOW
PRICES. Tbo loa will bo fearfuL but better
kM tons than aU. We have a very large
stock to aeloct from, of fine, medium quality
rd cheap Clothing, tn Suits and Overcoats at
prices) that will astonish you -and p ralyze the
clothiers. Take advantage of IC &co the bar
galas aad get bargains they are for every one
ad wt Invite every one to come early to the
well known Bailable Clothiers.
A. & I. SHRIEBV
ClohUra,,ll4 Market Kt.
r NEW AbvkUTI812aiIVTS.
Blaiifeets at bottom priccB !
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Winter Goods at Reduced Pr:-
Lace. Kugs, Mate, arc. f
iR. na; Fjicintire.
Monday Evening Jan. 14.-
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MR. JE FFEESON,. j. . .aa. . . ."BOB ACHES'
In.Sherid&n's Famous Comedy of tho
With the lollowlns Great Oast:
I Mrs. Jolin Drew iis...... J.M HftUnmn
i M T" 1rVilA'r!. Tfnlilnaan a a Bin Anfnn a
Mr. JL L. Downing. . . .fis.. .Captain Absolute
r. vnas. r lun sew. ..;as .......... sir .Lucius
Miss Kosa Uana. as. ...Lydia Langulsb
i Tbe advance Bale of seats commences Wed
nesday, Jan. 9, at Dyer's, oiceas Parquet e
oim nrsc iwo rows in uaicony, lioserved,
tl.50. Dress Circle and Balcony, Keservcrt.
i. general mission u uaicony, mc ual
lory, 25c. jan7 7t
Extract of Witch HazeL
-nrrE offer the above pbepaba
tlon in Pint Bottles, as Double Distilled Ex-
tract Witch nazei or Hnmmamelio, at CO
ceta per bottle, j '
A safe and speedy remedy for Bruises,
Strains, Burns, Soalds, Neuralgia, Palo, PUes,
Stings of Insects and many otter uses? the ex
treme low price placing it within fie reach of
Muhds Bros. & DeRosset,
I Druggists, Market Street.
iaest English Tooth Brushes S3 cents.
jan I K- . j I
WILMINGTON, Jil C, Jan. 4, USi.
TUE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between tbe undersigned, under
the firm name of COLVJLLE & CAMPBELL,
has been dissolved by mutuil consent. Mr.
A. R. Campbell assumes the liablllUes of the
late firm, ami is alone authorized tf shrn in
Uquidatton. j JOHN COLVILLE, !
I A. R. CAMPBELL,
A. Ill CAMPBELL,
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SUCCESSOR TO COLVILLE & CAMPBELL,
Lumber Commission Merchant
i . 401 Niitt St. -f '
Ian i lw i WILMINGTON, K C.
Wilmington & Wei, R. R. Co.
Wxlmioto-, N. C., January
DIVIDEND OF FOUR PER CENT, cn
the Capital Stock ot tbe Wilmington & Wei
douR. K. Co.; will lc paid to the Stockhoid-
era at this office on and after tho J3lh last.
J. W. THOMPSON,
Secretary & Treas
Don't Forget lt.
rjVB. OtD NORTH. STATE SALOON, has
on bandja fine lot of tboelBOBNE GARDEN
OYTEBS sta-kod on Ic. JThoy are ths btrrt i
( brought to this tnirket.
McGOwAN A bO, -
No 6, South Front St j
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Also, tcr. wmes,
. U , JAS- M.
Diaries for 1884. i
BJf THE SMALLEST POCKET SIZES I
THE LARGEST OFFICE SIZES. !
TURNER'S N. U ALANACi.
AND PLANTER'S t
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ALMANACS. : , . ,
311 LL EE'S ALMANACS- I
TBI LIVING CHURCH ANNUAL.
Wholesale aol retail, at
Jan 3 1 Lire Book and Music Stores
QALLONS FINE FAT OYSTERS In hand
I to day for our Christmas trade, and arrange
meats made for a full supply for tbe balance
of the week. . W. E. DA VI 8 4k SON.
T Proprietors of tbe only regular estb
Rahed fishery h this section. dee xt
W. & E.' S. LATIMER,
Oflee S. H. Cor. Princess and Water Its.
Jaa T-la ,
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TirC lI VVi; THE yiNE&T ASaOBTlIKSr
: cris svck of bhvUi VansriYLS5r?SS h
is ani guarantee prices. T-'iY
Wi ll ftPHTX:P" A. -
V - to Jolin Txvrtnn &
uccoi . , ; 13, si nd 23 Market Pt5Mi
Apples ! Apples I App
fl Commissi Merchant, lif
Bankrupt Sale of Boots
' and Shoe8, 'U i 1
T hare bought the entire Bankrupt Stock :o
Dryfoo& 8tmberger aad will close "u out at
less than I
Manufacturer's Prices 1
wToti,itno,rn and wide as the
HANDSOMEST and BE8T SELECTED of
anyj in tho city, and as the goods aro going to
be sold very low-for cash onlv-it will pa?
purchasers to examlna um rAM k.Ji.i
Lelsewbcre. i . " "J "
A Word to the Wise is Suffl-
t cent. -I.!
PIANO OR ORGAN 13 NOT A LCXTJj
ry; mey nave become a nececbUy.l
If you .
vant a bargain go to JIEI KSBERQER',
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3 LIVE . I
BOOR AND MUSIC STORE. No mattar .
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what anybody says, If yqu "want to buy a "
Piauo, ?qnare orCprlghti or an Organ,' go 1
first to JJlN3BEKGEli'8 land find out what '
you cn do. It will costi J0U nothing, and
you may save some money. All of our goods
ara warranted for flvet, years, and aro war
rrcted first class in every respect. See for
yoBTE6f and save mono, a word to tbe wise
Is sufficient 1 i Jan t,
Piano, Fqnare or rjorlch'ti or an Orran.!'i"f
Golden H a r vest . j ;
FULL FLEDGED "GOLDEN UAH-
VKST". Thafa tho kind of COOK STOVE '
WE KEEP. They are a thing of Beauty and 1
Joy to EVERY HOUSEHOLDS Only sold bv
J I PARKER A TAlfLOtt.ii .
uitjs oiu I jan 7 -
Boys' Saddles, if
LADIES AND GENTS' SADDLES. Ilorse
Blankota, Lap-Robes, Carriages aud all; kinds 'J
of Vehicles. Saddlery. Trunks and Gin-lares ;
repaired by skilled workmoa. I I" .
MOUOUWALtli BOWDEN, t
No. 114 North Front 8 r ;
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
JL superior uourt ot ew lianovtrr Count v in
of David S. Sanders, dec eaACrl. nnd Ann ! if k
ua Hcuoa nciween oonn k. hi j liearvi. Aiimr;
xreiieway, ei ai., oeing a proceeding for the,
alc of real estate to make assets, the under
signed. Commissioner annotated hv iUidtfw
croo, will sell at public aucUon for rash, to 1
tho highest bidder at the Court Horha tinnr tn
W ilmlngtop, N..C, on Monday, the 4th day bf
February .1 1884,- tho following several tracts of
land belonrfntr to the estate of saiil Tinviri h
Sanders. lret tractContatnlDir ahnnt l&i i
acres of Juniper Swamp Land adjoining the '
Rocky Euu Plantation near tiastlo Ifavne In .
New Hanover county. Second tract Lyinr,
luu uotng m rcnuw connvy, near -xopssti
Sound, between said Sound an I tbo Atlantic
Ocean, and constituting tho strip of land that
separates the Sound from tho Ocean. Third
tract uontaining 5io acres of woodland and
btlagapartof tha land comprising the said
Rocky Run Plantation near Castle Ifayne and
lying on the east sldo of the Holly Shelter or
Duplin Road and between said Toad and the
Imlngton tc Wcldon R. R.
Jan 3-law4w tu : . Commissioner.
LARGE LOT. JC3T RECEIVED;.
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I A NO. 1 ARTICLE.
SAU3AiE3 Made by Westbrook Bro., at
Hocky Tolat Bettla tho market,
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Oranrrri. Arnh1. 1cmltrr anrt ttn4r.4i a -J
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strtment of -I
esh Family .(Groceries, o
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A cs!,' Is lf-rpcetfelr tottdted.! i' "7 ' '
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L. G. CHERRY.
N. E. C irar Market and eeeovd ai.
W. G. Premnort
I YtB30KALLY IN ATTENDANCE at'
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aio. 7 wmta rront street. None hut tie
beet work done aad the Jti!t workauo em- i
ployed. GlTBUsaoalL - JaaS-tf
South Front 5trcet.
We do not claim to have , f
A GREATER V AH IETF OR FiNER GOODS
thaa any ome else.
WE : ONLY POLITELY ASK YOU TO CA1I ,
AXD JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
US Market at
fJIBZ SPECIAL TERM OF THE SUPERI
OR COURT of New Hanover Coanly, wilibe
held ia the Court House. !a Wtlmioston, on I
aloaday, the 14th day of January. Li AU
parties concerned will fake ooiice and gorsrn
thcmhClves accordingly. J t
. . VAirjUXCXTOS,
Jsa91t . ' ' .. Clsxt.tZTtrUr Ccurt .
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