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-S5s cSMI" ouiu.!ald l!c,m waJ boru
ff. Abbcj. b'cb 5ho,tly . . belwceu .
uj s. . t ' I Uc was tbc Demot
.......j-.ilin !n Dtlttlitl
. ..:aaHhcar Wtlc Ia suui due lor
uc '-'.-' rowrj-nJity or manure
i"r h; u"r.a u Ua;. county (;lay.
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t"'--3c!a'. settler of Minnoapo
, 3I:. . Jou II. btevcuJ. 15 Uli a
rcs-Jet there, and is editor of the agri-c:n:-:
department of the Mihjk!i
.N'uiwt'.b-tanding his aroivcd dislike
lorls'.ou anJ BosLonians. .'resident
Aribur baa acceptctl an invitation to Le
j rennt at a military ball in tbat city
A panics named Ann Dunn died in
l,.nJo:: a few days a.o. ajed 39. She
xm Zh nearly 500 pound, was nearly
n:!.f ki t bigb, and measured round the
.. i!.!. ri over three leet.
'Re New York Times (Hep ) de
that if Mr. Handall carries out
...... investigation and reform ot the
.Vpartiutnt .servico at Washington
l"i h he j-romises be will receive the
tl.at Vuf tlo public."
1 uo t.fc Dortrait ol Miss Jennie
t'harulTlain. the American beauty,
wL.Vh was ordered by the I'rince of
iVi ii, bts been j.'.aced in Marlborough
House. Tfce Chuuberiain family are
shell to visit the i)--h?Hof Edinburgh
1 Ove!l Tark.
It ;& -i.d that Kansas bids fair to be
come a:; active competitor of tle South
in the raMn of cotton. Quite"a quain
tliy of this staple was rtised the past
easoa in the southern connti.ar of the
State, and cotton sins at Oswego and
Independence have plenty of material
r. which to work.
lu tenderic-his resignation as Con
n iruin to Gov. Rutler. the Hon.
tltorje I), Robinson gave as h?s reason
r::e lart cf his election as the fiorernor
tf Massachusetts. In reply Governor
Rt.r accepted the rcsijoation, "the
ifason protaptio the tame beln so
entirely satisfactory to a majority of the j
people of the Slate." j
A new word, "collectivism." has be
come current amouj British medical
men. It is used to express all tbat is
embodied in a phra-e. "collective inves.
ligation cf disease an idea which is
attracting the earnest attention of Eo.
land and Germany, and will soon bo
practically carried out in the I-nited
Tic Savanuah Xcur thiuks tbc I
American Socialists arc people' of
.;iut;c ideas. They have been abolish
mz tuouarchici and everything of that
:cd a, bag raugc lor some lime, aud
now they wanVtu go a slcp further and
a'oolli- the Uuitcd Slalc-IScnate. The
ualy thing they have beco emincutly
successful ia annihilating seems to have
The stock o: the North River. Con
:ructioa Company , which a year ago
was ;uctcU at 123. has lately been old
at Ij. and on Friday commauded CI.
The company was formed to build tho
. West Shore Railroad, and tho projectors
x peeled the .lock would go as high as
17Ji. Ilenry Villard was oue of the
directors, bat whether be eold out when
the price was high or still holds his
shares is not known.
The minstrel feativalia Music ilalj,
Cincinnati, closed Saturday night with
au aud.cuoo of barely 600. At no per
f rmanoo of tho week was the hall half
fiUed. Xt is said Uaat the chorus of 300
was mada up almost entirely of colored
Jaaitaiea" taken from tho allcya of
Cincinnati. Folicetnea who miiAv!
some of the old-timers on their beats
daring the week were surprised to
learn that they were doing daty on the
Mciic Hall stage. Scattered among
the "dam naiea" were the Callender
Minstrels, who did the work.
The New York World Is of opinion
that in accepting the Chairmanship of
the Committee on Expenditures in the
Icpirtmeat ot Justice Mr. Springer
obtains a position in which ho cau do
more good for bis party than by any
tariff agitation. He can tear open the
secret department and exhoaa iu rolteu
cess and infamy. The fraudulent char
acter of the star route prosecutions, the
orropt "iulemenuniaadt with public
robbers, the plunder of th treasury
through counsel fees are all at his mer
cy, and thesa will bathe real lire Issues
tyflhe PffsideatiU campaign.. .
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clrclctl Unitol SUtca Senator to Ohio. to
n. George II. Pendleton, j
ncmocrat... Senior j
jru iq 181. arjd xs coojc
Democratic candidate for
uoveruoroi uuio- ycarsgy. oui a?
Republican candidate, by
ilOCZ TO iCVT A-VfRTUfMIITS.
l'.r.cr. Tonic ' j '
II McDoUOL Applci
America Lcsrton of Uooor
Llctckk Uct W 11 MUburo
A W HivynKK I'or Sturdy
WMWr.K5 Stoam Yacht Louise
C W TATts Cbristoias Novcltleo
UI58Bkoek Mario Colombicr
J T ScnoxwALD 3 ad 10 CcsU Cigars
Mods Bros. A DeEosset E.vtrict
Turner's Almanac promises snow or
rain for to-morrow. 1
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot op 101 bales. , ;
' Full mcon to-morrow morning at 13
minntes past 10 o'clock j
Kggs continue to be retailed from our
stores at 25 cents per dozen.
This -nomine the weather
pleasant, soft and Spring-like. j
Clarendon Council, No. C7..A. L.of
llonoi, will meet to-night, at 7$ o'clock.
We counted seventeen flats loadeil
with wood at Princess street dock this
A cold in the hsad U one ot the- best
things that can happen to a lady ith a
lace handkerchief . and -Dr. Hull
Cough Syrup is decidedly the best rem
edy to cure that cold. j
There has been quite a brisk breeze
blowing durin? the day and a good
many hats have been unceremoniously
blow from the craniums of the wearers
and tumbled off on their brims.
Two young draymen ' got . into a
scrimmaze on the wharf vest erdiy. for
which tho Mayor imposed a fine of $2
each this morning. This, being the
only matter tor Hi Honor's consider
tiou the Court adjourned.
The Board of Aldermen will meet in
monthly sessional the city Hall at 7
o'clock this evening,
journment from last
which was .the regu
This is an ad
ar time, but at
which .hero' was no quorum present.
Tbc Wadcsboro Times 'appropriates
from our columns, as its own, aleugthy
local articlo which appeared in t!on
day's Review, and was written by the
local editor of this paper. This is
thproughly tit keeping with the weather.
A good many young i men and 1 boys
were rushing around at a break neck
peed last night in quest of the fire, lor
which the bells were riuging. They
failed to find thy fire, but wc understand
that somcol them found the bcll(c), in
consequence ot which thci were in no
baste to return Lome.
Fire caught in au ash box on the
upper piazza of a building on Princess,
between Front and Sccend streets, last
night. Tbc alarm of lire wa sounded,
but the blaze wai extinguished bsfore
any damage had been done, aud the
services of tbc lire department were not
TbcrtxcirU of cotton and all kiuds of :
uaval alorc. save rosiu. jbavo beco
unusually light iu the last week or two.
This may probably bo accounted for in
part on account of tbc cold wcathcH
whichhas been uufavoraola for shipping
but mainly in consequence of tbc low
prico at which those products ate held.
If orices ahouid advance there is not
much doubt that there would be ' a
material increase in the receipts-
Yesterday - Xcws and Observer says:
Tho ard death, while hunting, of Mr.
V. J. Gordon, of Wilmington, by the
accidental dischat go of his -hot -gun.
excites the deepest sorrow of those
here and elsewhere in tbo State who
knew him, and who knowing him,
could not but Iovo him. The writer
wai his friend and would fain bear
testimony to tho lolly character, tbo
amiable disposition, the gentle manners
of the dead. Green bo the turf above
him! ' j
lifts -Jcft U.
Mr. John M. DeSaussure. who for
some time past has been ticket agent at
the Front Street depot. has resigned that
position and bas accepted si siioalion
with-a mercantile house 1 a SL Louis,
Mo., for which place he left last night.
Iiii ccessor at the ticket ofilce Is Mr.
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WILMINGTON. N. C FRIDAY. JANUARY 11.
The Lecture To-Nlsr!it,
Wc trust Ibat tbo liibrary Kuorus
may be crowded to-night to listen lo
lb, c,,ucnl Dr. Milburn. His .obieot
stonewaU Jackjoni one that is
win be made deeply intcrc.tiog by
lUe tfpcacr. 1 oe oujrei oi inc iccmrc
DCUCDi 01 uic t,iurry
ciatton. an institution of which every
Wilmintouian bas reason to be prond.
We were bhown to-day by Mr. C.
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M. P. UUtupbrcy. Ol tll5 tirm ol
lliumPhrej.JeukinsCo.. a curious
freak of nature in to shape 6r-oj6ter
! and a clani. firmly joined together end
jboth alive-" They were taken from
the oyster garden of Mr. J. L. Winner,
ou Myrtle Grove, aud seemed to be per
fectly satisfied in each other's company,
for-vvc heard no com plant from cither
Br. barque Verius, Harriss, cleared
to-day for Newcastle-on-Tyne'with 300
casks spirits turpentine and 2.505 bar
rels rosin, valued at $8,000, shipped by
Messrs. Alex. Sprunt & Son. Ger.
barque Auguste Jeanetle. Turgeus,
cleared lor Stettin with 3,190 barrels
rosin, valued at $4,800, shipped by
Messrs. E. Peschau & Westermann.
Schr. Cook Borden, Lunt, cleared for
St. Martin's, W. I., with 75,736 feet
lumber. 250,000 shingles, 1 cask spirits
turpentine. 10 barrels pilch, 2 barrels
tar and 2 barrels rosin, valued at $2,
410.15. shipped by Mesrs. Parsley &
Wiggins; making an aggregate value
of exports ot $16,140.15.
There is quite a list of dramatic and
musical attractions booked for the Op
era House in this city during the months
of January and February, the first of
which will be The Rivals," by Mr.
Joseph Jefferson and his excellent com
pany, on M6nday night, the 14th inst.
"The Rivals" has recently been present
ed in New York with Mr. Jefferson as
Bob Acres, and had a long and protlta
ble run. Since then it has been pro
duccd at the Arch Street Theatre, in
Philadelphia, wflere It has called for
the highest praise from the press of that
city. The company is composed of
actors and actresses of acknowl
edged ability and excellence in
their respective parts, and their tour
has been attended with the success true
and genuine merit demands. Tickets
arc now on sale at Dyer's.
A Stranger Here.
The steamer Scth Low, Capt. W. II.
Crawlord, having in tow the hull of the
steamer Frederic 1). Berry, which was
recently burned at Jacksonville, Fla. ,
arrived at Smilhvilie from tbat port
yesterday. The SrtA Z,oe left the tow
and came up to the city yesterday l
took iu a supply of coal at Messrs
Fowler & Morrison's yard. She will
Y robably leave here to-morrow. The
captain reporU that he has experienced
very heavy weather uearly all tbc time
since leaving Jacksonville, fraving been
obliged by stress of weather to put
into Tybce, Charlcstou. Georgetown
and Smithviile. He is bound for Wil-
mingtou, Del The Sc(h Low was
uatyed iu honor of the Mayor of Brook
lyn, ii u tide wheel leamcr of about
100 tous. is owned in Jacksonville,
and is used as atow boat,, for which
abc appears 'well adapted, on the
. Johu's river.
Attempted Uurfflary and
Uclwccn tbo hour of l o'clock- last
night aud 1 o'clock ibis morning au j
attempt was made to break iuto tho;
dwelling bouse ot Air. Joseph bylvia,
on the corner of Harnett and Seventh
streets, but which was frustrated by a
voun daughter of Mr. Sylvia. She
was awoke by some uoide and after
listening sometime without bearing it
repeated she became sleepy again, but
happening to cast her eyes to wards a
window in her room she saw outlined
tho form. of a large colored man. She
threw her slipper at the intruder, which
frightened him away, and then alarmed
her father. The same, or some other
thief, was beard again towards morn
ing, but he became alarmed at hearing
people talking in the house and cleared
out. During the night some tbiif,
probably tho same, broke into the
chicken coop, on the premises of Mr.
George Peterson, on the opposite side
of the street, where be succeeded in
stealing three fowls. ...
"To Builder, and others- Go to J ago
Ma for Sash. Blinds and Doors, Glass
e. - Yon can get all sizes and at the
Vowrt priw "
The Fire department ot IJalti-
awMl W Register. Ksq.. ilVestJ
- : cure.
minrK nr .iy..tf
: hi;Hfy or iiunok. Wilmington.
; Wuh f.cljQr6 of '-. ":n(i :t X nfi
j pVaTtoBOiS fi if ai
' fhini our tiipt in hid
iniciwo of our Broto
and dCbUe to csprrba
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, f( wtuj tMtj-uier ui dciovci wiic vritu-
Tin few-ehort Hays; therefore; ' ,
i ncolvci. That wo tender our heartfelt iijni
lpthyt Brother Clavtoa Giles rn this boar of
i afflict iu- urA wit Jc -ccaa offer but lit Ua con
j eotUcn ui Lis rct sorrow, wepray tbcGxat
ffiK5!. to 10 ibim s
- KeetTwl. TbtS these Kcolullmhs suread
on the report, a3 a copj be ecnt to our afi;t--t
ci urouier. . .. i -
Beiolred, That ccplcs of ihceo Resolutions
be f urnlhcl to the dally papers of this city,
and a copy ba forwarded to the K. of- II. Re
porter, i .
Bcupectf ally submitted,
A. J. HOWEIX, .
Apples ! Apples J Apples !
Apples ! Apples !
CRATES GOOD KEEPING APPLES
on hand. Selling cheap.
At K. MCDOUGAIX'S,
No. 14 Chestnut St.-bet. Front and Water
Ian 11 Wilmington. N. C
JT-JBE9SKD POULTRY, DOPLIN COUNTY
MAUSAQE AND LIVER PUDDING, N. C.
SHen and full stock of Choice Family Gro
ceries. Prices reasonable. Respectfully.
A. W. RIVENBABE.
The Live Grocer and Produce Com. ifer-
cnant 114 North Water St., Wilmington. N.C.
Steam Yacht Louise,
pASSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMER
for Sinlthvllle dally. i:aus Low and accom
modations line. TbeLOUJSKla a new boat
and in guaranteed safe. Will leave Smithviile
8A.S1 Leave Wllmlngfan 2 o'clock P. M.
Wharf foot of Dock Street.
. ' WAT. WEEKS,
Jan 11 Agent and Owner.
5 and 10 cents
XJL Best in the city, are on sale.
Drugs and Medicinal preparations of the
highest grade at
JNO. T. SCHONWALD'S,
Jan 11 Drug and Prccriptlon Store
Mother s Spinning Wheel,
Concerning One Article that
was Not ForSale, aud An
other which is Cheap at
j Any Price.
"So, sir, I wouldn't sell you that for any
money; that spinning-wheel was my mother's
It was one day, when sbo was singing like a
1 jik and making this old wheel hum, that my
father, then a young medical student, ; after
wards a farmer, fell In lore with hcr-ome
fifty years ago." j j
So spoke, the proprietor of a rough bit of
farm land in Ulster County, N. Y., to a relic
hunter, and "mother's" spinning-wheel re
mained among bcr children and grandchild
say tht she bas found it more effective than
anything she ever used for invigorating and
strengthening the system debilitated by mala
ria. She desires mo aid) especially to mcntiou
the certainty with which it aids digestion and
Ever since the first household was establish
ed "mother's" opinion has been more rotent
in this world than that of judge, jurist or
physician. Her band has alwaya cooled the
fever and bcr toIco has been filled with bono
With each day's decline. PARKER'S TONIC Is
becoming more deservedly popular with tho
women who guard aliko uueband and child
rcn. It eradicates malail.il poison from the
blood, from which there is now such widcl
pread suffering. I
Picas observe: Dk. PARKER'S TONIC is
not an intoxicant. Jt is a combination of gov
era! logrcdisnts, of which none elngly can
S reduce anything like its effect. For Sidney,
tomacb and Liver troubles, It is the staudard
and unfIHng remedy. In two sizes ; f 0 ceulu
and st. 2 he latter tbc cheaper. Uiscox &
Co , Chemists. 'ew York. jan IMmd&w
CLOTHING EVER MADE
"IN WILMINGTON FOR THE NEXT
;FO-vr"r da.-ts i
mHE-WARM BACKWARD SEASON HAS
rvcrloadejd u with Winter Clothtiur. which ;!
must, iv etciuiixu at Utiuuia.! n
PIUCES. The loes will be fearful, but hotter
loe some than ail. W bare a very large
stoc to select from, of tine, medium quality
and cheap Clothing, in Suits and Overcoats at
prices that will astonish you and p ralyze the
clothiers. Take advantage of it. Soothe bar
galas and get bargains they are for every one
and wx Invite every one to come early to tbo
wcu aoown kcusdic Clotuicrs-
A. & I. SHRIER,
d- 17 rnothUra, IK Bt.
It Don't Matter
T THE OLD YEAR IS GONE AND THE
ew Year has come. HUMPHREY. JEN
KINS A -CO., are still receiving at their Oys
ter Uouc No, 112 South Front Street, a tresb
suppiy rverr day of New RI-bt Oysters. Oys
ters si pped C. O. D. Fresh SheU Oysters
always on band, Ac . s . -jan 2
MONACIFS, lStt SECOND STREET.be-
tweea IXar-et and Prtaoa., Ladles and Gentle-Ma's
roods of srvery descrtpUo-. any color.
Also, eleaainx. eoertnT and bleacMng. fiend
bo a p;2r mt voux old KM Qlom.'
-Ol tJ-tf .. .. .-( - :'
My mother." writes Rev. J. W. Phelps,
Eastor of St. Paul's M. K. Church, Chicago,
as used Pabk-R's TONIC, and wishes me to
Q PER A HOUSE.
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3lnday Evciilnjr. ,Taii. 14.
mb. jeft:rsos",.v. .:..: BOB.-, ACKCb"
In fberHau Fatuous Comely ofj the
-.With the tollon lug Great I sua:
Mrs. John Irrw.....a ..Sir, Mal.t prop
air. Frederic ttoLtooon as Mr-. el oy Absolute
Mr. Cha3. riunkfcit Mr Lucius
Mb Kotia Kaud........a5....Lydu Lacgulab
The advacro bale of hczU commcuT8 Wed
ucBdsr, Jan. 9. at Dyer's Pricces-Parqutt e
2d ret two rows las Ialeony, Kcscrrcd.
SJ.50. Drew Circle and Halcony. ltcgcrrtri.
fl. General AdmUdlon to balcony, oc Gal
T)- PB. MIBURN WILL LECTURE
ON FRIDAY NIGHT, at LIBRARY II ALL.
Subject, GEN. "STONEWALL" JACKSON.
Lecture will begin at ? o'cloek. AdmitUnce
60c : jaalO 2t
Extract of Witch Hazel,
-jyE OFFER THE! ABOVE PREPARA
tlon in Pint Bottles, as Double Distilled Ex
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tract "f Witch Hazel or Hnmmamelio, at 50
cents per bottle.; i
A safe and , speedy remedy if or BruUes,
Strains, Burns, Scalds, Neuralgia, Pain, Piles,
Stings of Insects and many other uses, the ex
treme low price placing It within the reach of
eery family. j1
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
t Druggists, Market Street, j I
Finest English Tooth Brushes 23 cents,
janl r j
r AM OFFERING A SPECIAL INDUCE-
raent iu ZKPHYRS. having a very large lot of
u, ana winning to reduce stock berore spring,
I will sell all colors at lie and, black and white
at 10 cents per ounce, FOR C ASH. A nice lot
of Handkerchiefs, Linen and Silk; I will sell at
reasonable prices and stmp initials f rec ot
Llirochet Goods, such a shawls, Faaclnu
tcrs. Caps, basoues. Ac. at low di Ices-
Hats trimmed and untrlmmed as low as can
be bought anywhere, and a large Btock :to
MISS, E. KARRER,
jan 10 i Exchange Corner.
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Standard Edition, Price :3 cents,
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Just received at
Live Book and Music Stores.
Blank Books, Paper, Envelopes,
Steel Pens, Letter Books,
Red aud "Blue Pencils,
And all kinds of Inks. jan 10
Print i nir.;
Binding. WILL DO Binding;.
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" WILMINGTON, N. C."j Ja. 4, IS84..
PUE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JL exlsUag betweca the iiudtrrsigncd, under
tbc llrm nameof COLVILLE fc CAMPBELL,
has been dissolved by mutual conecnt. Mr.
A. R. Campbell assumes the liabilities of tbe
late lirm, aud is alone authorized to slam in
liquidation. JOHN COLVILLE,
A. IC. CAMPBELL.
A. II. CAMPBELL,
SUCCESSOR TO COLVILLE A, CAMPBELL,
Lumber Commission Merchant
401 Kutt St.
; Ian 1 lw t WILMINGTON. N. C.
! Don't Forget It.
rjTTE OLD NORTH STATE SALOON has
on baud a fine lot of pose UOBNE GARDEN
OYfiTKRaTsia-kcd on k. They are the best
brought to this market. CaU and try them.
Alio, Beer, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
jas. m. Mcgowan St Son,
jaa 1 No 6, South Front St
QALLONS FJNE FAT OYSTERS la hand
to day for our ChrUtxnas trade, aad arrange
stents made for a full ruppry for tbe balance
of tbe week, i W. E. DAVIS A SON. .
AST Proprietors of the only regular estab
lished fishery In this section. dee 24
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PRIME PORTO RICO -COLASSES JUST
landed direct from the JsUnd, which we
o5r to tho trade at prices to cult tho times.
We guarxntee this Molasses pure.-
EDWARD ZIIDDES 4b SON.
W will t glad to receive, eomauslcaUoa
fnyax our friends on any and all fib; ecu
general Interest but " I
' The wan of tho writer most always tl fl
usbd to the EdltoV.
CommunlcaUons must b wrltun
one si la of the paper.
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And It Is especially and particularly uLd
too,l that the Editor does not always enW
the news of correspondent unless gjj Vutt
la the editorial columns. ;
Fine Portraits in Crayoa or,
PROMPTLY j EXECUTED t in
the finest 6iyte. iaor.icr to more fully Intro
4ucctho work my prices aro'td the i ioWe.t1
; . iokis X. THOMAS. Artista
113 Jurko t.. WliuucgUMvNA
HATS & FEATHERS
I AT KEDUCED PRICES. ! I ! I'
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I URS. KATE C. WLSCS. .
. Ka .119 N Keoil8trt. next Poet Offlca
MADE BY "INSTANTANEOUS"
proccfs. Have just received a fine lot ofj 'j
Fancy and Plain Frames!
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which are selling cheap. . .
Call and let Mil,' CRONENBERG make! you!
a Christmas picture.
YanOrsdell's nbl tn.i 1 '
dec 13-tf i HO ETON VMVvu w
JN EVERY VAUIRTYAND TOO NUMKK
ous to1 lw mentioned, can be fonnd at the most
reasonable prlcas, at 7 T
i C. AlILLEIt'8, Drugstore. I "
dec 10 2-n South Fourth. Corner Nan st I ,
i Sportsman's Goods. 1 1
" -"s"""" w wciiuia ureecn ixiauers
ever brooght to tula market. Also a flrat
riM stock of Shells. Wadding. Prlmers.Can.
ridge Bag. Gun Caps, Game Bags 4c. In
fact wa ean ehow a stock of Hardware. Good
good and guarantee prices. j . . (
W. E. SPRINGER A CO..
i Successors to John, Dawson A Co
idee 31 19,21 and 23 Market ueet '
Apples! Apples ! Apples!
ON CONSIGNMENT ANDMUSTB801.D.
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N. Y. Baldwin Apples, Ohio Red Apples s.
nnfca v.fBllli Jr C Ko11 1 But&r Jhlu
Butter, a. Meal, car load or small order so-
iiciteu. j J . j . i ., .
c. G. BLAIK. 1
Commission Merchant, 19 N Second ku
"PC 31 . : . - - , - ' if:'!
Bankrupt Sale , of Boots ,
and Shoes. j
I have bought the en tiroi Bankrupt Stock
, . . -i1: ... . ,i
i jiooa crernperger ana will close it but at
less than !
Manufacturer's Prices I
- I -I -
Thin stockis known "fir ami tri.ln ! !.
HANDSOMEST and BEST SErj-:frrKn Ti
nny in the city, and as the goods arc gobig to
be sold Vferr low for cash onlc it -ni lii-.. I
purchasers to examine same before buvtn
FULL-FLEDGED 'GOLDRV ITai?.
Vis-ST". That's tho kind of nnnirsmv
WE KEEP. Thcv urn thlnw nf TtAan-
.Toy to EVERY HOUSEHOLD. Only sold br
PARKER & TAYLOE.
riTKE WHITE OIL. I j j Jaa 7 .
f ADIES AND GENTS' SADDLES. Horse
Blanket, Lap Robes, Carriages and all kinds
i ; ! i i
of Vehicles. Saddlery, Trunks aad Carriages
repaired by skilled workmen. t i i
hfc f OI TfJ ai.t. jfe nnwnw r
dec 17 No. iu North Front 8
W. C. Cabbage.
JARGK LOT JUST RECEIVED; '
A NO. 1 ARTICLE.
MAUSAnKMade by WeKbrook .BmJ, at
Rocky Point Beet io tho market, I IvJji'V.
Oracjrs, Appicn, Poultry and a getyral as-1
sortment .f : ' ! -.'"' ;:
Fresh Family Groceries.1
A rail la i e,cef f a!!y solicited, i '
. L. G. CHERRY,
S. E. Corner Market anrl fjsA mtu
H. C, Prempert; "
p.RONALLY IX ATTENDANCE at hi
r asbionabh Shavbga nd Hair DrLsiog Sa'o In
at No. 7 foutu Prool init. Noihs buti tt
Lest work done and the best workmen em
ployed. Give us a call. jaaMf
We do not claim (o have
A GREATER VARIETY OR F.NER GOODS
than any one else. !
WE ONLY POLITELY ASK YOU TO CALL
AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. (
W. & E. S. LATBIEn,
05ce a. E. Cur. IrlacM and vf Ur f ta.
jan 7lia, ; j ' ,"