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JOSH. T. JAMES. Kd itor a .Prop.
VILMbtGTONr N. C. "
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 10 181
Entered at to Poatofleo at Wttialcgtoo. N. C,
. The niiitmarc of Mexican cxijtcnev
is dread of anucxaliau f ibe. United
iStatci: A recent traveler through that
country found that cfcry plan brought
forward for mutual benefit beiwtcnthc
two Uepubl.cj Is tortured bjt ho jealous
,'youDcr sister into a Icar.iD in that
direction. Though the propose 1 coax
acrclal treaty will brlnz tLcru befons
unheard-of luxuries and comforts, the
proportion of those who aro opposed to
It It about VJ9 to 1.000. Tbe idea that
the treaty means a awalluwicf up of
this Ileocolic by its srtedjr.clJer :?ter
is Indnitriouily fomented by c?rtiin
intercs:-! capitalists and tradesuivu.
who now have thin z all theirowu way.
Tho Shylocks rX,reiiJ wi-'.l know that
with tho new rcgiiue and the advv;tt !
of tho American drumme r they t!
the wall. "
There are fourteen IVuiinTatic S-i..v
Atarcn. jmj inec are: linMi, i dN;!nrs doinx her no zol; and at :ast
Alabama; Walker, vf Atkana: Kar- was cured by this Hop Bitters the ja
ley. ol California; Call. oT Florida: . 'cr ",.u,n,c!? .About 'J
t- . i- jilwi! h-w thankful we shouM be lot
Ufown.of Lic-orsta; oorberj, ol Jndj-L, , niedicine.'
ana; William, ol Koi lucky; dona-. - -
ftf ful;aoa; (inojne, f Maryland; j . . MOON8HINK-
Veil, of Mi;ouri; Vane?, of North J , ;
Carolina; IVcdlctoii o! Ohi; Slater, ol'i Transformation Sitae The turkey
Ore-on. and Hampton, of . -uih (ro- i !,l'!tr 1 urkri" i"'"'-
. ..... ... ...... .
lioa. Of iTwK-imWimn tutors Ihi r.-:
vn wr...r trin4 .Mil svtiiis-4
at tie same time i : 1I:!1. if Co:nu-
du; Piatt, of (Aimvticni ; Iiiti.
Illinois; At!iMi. ( I.wa; I ii-iN. .i . -Vr tind that J-ciratd caine l
Kansas; J on'.i. of Nevada; U'.iir. .t j hi-death by calling Tom Wading a
New Hamjiihire; I.apham. ,t XrvlK Him-..ike verdict o an Idaho
TkL C;en,n- of y I J l L lu:i who divppcd a tin lub'aua.
ilonlll. of erumnt. and .tuuTf.a. ''f I into the contribution oiatt' savs he
nl soon mi.
The great sport of the winter tux tho j
Hudson fliver i ice -boat raciiii:. and a :
lerycxhibrttincamuiement I: h- In
a race a few d-ys ao an iee-bnat.
ractas over -a course .wmra ic.ju.rcd
turning nbout three times, made thu i
wind that propelled it. but in thN eaaei
the estimated force of the wind was
only twenty miles an hi.ar. At liuu !
daring the race the nir.tK ard nirn.tr
vraaliP.cdMX feet iuto the air.
thui cantinm-i! fnr n iliini- nf hmj
haodrcil or two hundred yard.,
aach was the nerve and kii; e.f
iUsUnco of eleren miles in cwraty-thnc " lo a .-i'riingtontrec rrcss.
minutes, a rate of over thirty miles an I . Aimt Liudy-; Ko' d life o'me chile,
w i. i t.i , , I cawn c 'raaain why yos so little,
hoar. Itmljhtbc supposed that un U'inn:e-"What 'dicklus .jutiou! I
ice-boat could not ?o faster Ihan the was bo'n little; dat's why. Ye links I
laMDjmajterthal horcverfnco!ulTtdSruAth. ItiiuparUan attractive an
or turned from hit rHir$. pearatue. a delishtlul and lasting per-
Matuu. While i; btimulatca the rcxs,
Tbclarni.yof Indian. sirU at tliejcleaujea the ficalo. and adda cleaoco to
Lincoln Institution !n Philadelphia vens Suxuriaace. its effect aro enduring; aud
t. et. r 1 t . thin it proves lUc.t to be the best aud
increased to fifty on nurda7 !ar In ,;?v,ar arlicic Ux toilct use.
tno arrival ot twenty ?ercu jr.a ironi
tho training school a: Carlisle. IVnnvl.
vaoia. They wi'.l be io!uel in the
coarse of a few wcks by twViay-tire
ruore. and this will I'i'A tho Philadf Iphia
luota. Anions the tribv roprcentcvl
"arc the iatucci, Sioux. Cheycnt.es,
Comanchcs. Dijgct. Osaes. Ouiahas
.i rti.... ti... : . 1 . .1 : : 1 .1
Into twa divisions, cacb ct which de
voUs half uf each day to hotieli,d
datics and halt to study. They rt.'e at
6 o'clock in tho morning and go to bed
at 8 o'olocL io tho cvenin?, and for an
hour before bed time they arc allowed
to talk la their native lanuacs. They
are reported to be bright and juick at
their tf'.udics and to rnscv much
manual dexterity. Musi ot them will
remain in Philadelphia fire yenrs.
United States Senator look out for
their sons. Senator Mahono'a son. who
haa been tletk of the conjniitteo on Xjy
ia Gen. McCook's cfilct, his salary
belc; Increased from $6 a day to $3,200
a year. Senator Harris son is in the
Secretary oftce wjo. salary of $3.?00 a
tear, and another son b clerk 'ot tho
Son a tor's committee on epidemic dis
ease at $6 a day. Senator McMillan's
ion U clerk to his lather committee
coram ercor-at 2.200 a year. Scnator
Laphaia. chairman of the committee
oa "frcmaa suffrage, has his son for
clerk at $0 a day. Senator" (leorgo's
son U asiistant keeper of stationery at
S 1,800 a year. T. 1 Saulsbnry is clerk
to tho committed on eo grossed btiu, or
whicJa Senator Saulsbnry is chairman
He gets $C a day. Senator Conger
son u postmaster of Wasnington. Sen
ator Josea1 brother is clerk In the ser-feant-at-arma
By a curious coincidence tho question
whether subsidiary silver and small
gold shall tako tho placu ot the small
notes, will bo forced upon tho attention
of Coores almost at once. The letter
of the secretary ol the treasury to Con
gress, asking for an extra allowance Ur
priatlnj one and two dollar note, has
ben referred lo the appropriations ctu
milled for immediate consideration.
Mr. Jluckner.of the-bankins iad cur
rency committee." will co at once before
tt. annronriAtions romiulllce to protest
v nnronritioii for contiuuJ
loathe printim of small, notes-ones j
and trrca. Ills probable that "the a p-1
propriationa commiLe willasrec with
Mr. Buckncr. Mr. Randall, the chair
man of the committee, brought aboat
the cxtinclioa of the fractional currency
and the subsutntmg cf subsidiary coin
for it. That wholesome mcasaro has
worked to tno general satisfaction
of the public and is nor every
whero acknowledged to hare been
a wio piece of legfjlatlon. It Is
not to be donbted that Mr. Randall
will readily follow it up with the furth
er substitution of coin for paper which
Secretary Folder's letter jtfvca him
occasion lor. There are now in circu
lation $6,000,000 in ones, ond twos.
Congress may. If It plcasca. order these
to bo redeemed in coin and cancelled
There is abundance of s:!rcr coin in tho
treasury .to redeem all thetmall notes,
and Congress has only to order that
they shall not bo reissued, but destroy
ed as they aro sent In. : Meantime it
mlsht with ad carnage order the recoln
a-eofsilrer dollars to the amount
the suiail notes outstandiug into halves
'iuarter dollars and dime. In this way
t-e demaud for smalt coin would bo
met. nr.d the extinction ol the small
noii-s u!d be ceneraliy welcomed.
!!l hho Die
- .- . .. I -r- 1
p.iwii? away ah ir. imie ior year, me
'lu seP;urai eV m: i.-irm
ll it the man who ha nothing to ltt
l nb'-ut wtu i uhm liM ur-
ir OrUa u . Pica u n t .
at .east deserves the cretlit for hainr
in ir;.-ippea ranee.
"Ves. the 'Nebraska farmer said.
barbed wire fence Is expensive, but
the hired man doesn't stop to rest every
time he ha to climb it."
"If a man empl'u-s his purse into hi
i.cad'sajs n writer, "uu man can lake
it away iioui him" That's the? toper's
made my$e'l, dos ycr?" Life.
ur national paper currency is said
lo. bo "onf" hcin-colored with
f revenue comes in. He doesn't haro to
bandV tho tiifV. Iiurlinnfon Free
liovcrnor Kobinson. of Masachu
sc;ts, the superintendent of the
Unitarian Sunday school lo Chicopce.
It is rumored at St. Petersburg that
the nihilist recently attempted to mur
dcr (iencral Gresacr. tho chief of police.
It ii tha itnprebicn at Washington
that Congress will not pass any special
bills involving appropriations for river
"51 r. Walker Q. C. , solicitor general
tor Ireland, has beeu elected to tho
llouso of Commons from Londonderry
without opposition. Ho is a Liberal.
The Brotherhood of Iocomotive Engi
neers uow has a membership of 13 000
in 331 divisions ot subordinate bodies,
an increase of 3H divisions during tho
During lb63 flvo centenarians died in
Philadelphia, the oldest beins 107 years
old.ono hundred and fifty-eight between
00 and 100 and theru were seven hnnv
dred and fifty-cisbt between 80 and - 00
ears ot age.
Among the gifts received at a pound
party held for tho benefit of the Homo
for tho Aged, in Concord, N. n, was a
Sound of silver dimes.. Ono half dime
ad to bo added to make the exact
weight, and tho amount waa 15.25. .
Dr. E: W. Mobbcrly. who has prac
ticed at New Market, Frederick conn
ty, Md., for sixtyGvb years, is now
over 60 years of ago. Dnring the last
freczo he broko the Ice to tako his usual
morning bath. He visits tho patients
on horseback, and has ; traveled over
Rough on Cooshs.'
Ask for 'Ilou2h oa Coaghs," Colds
Sore Throat, Hoarseness. Troches,
15c. Liquid, 50c. v
All that is not of God ahall perish.
My WHo's Nervous Affection.
We had ceased to hope that my
wile's nervous affection could be cured."
writes Rev. J. A- Kdie, ot Beaver, Pa.
"Many physicians failed to do her good,
but Samaritan Xerviht has cured her.M
At druirsisU. j j d&w
It lake a heroine to be economical.
- - -
For seven years Allen's Brain Food
has stood the strongest tests as to its
merits in curing Nervousness, Nerrons
Debility and restoring lost powers to
the weakened Generative System, and.
in no instance has ic ever failed; test
it." $1; 6 for At druggists, or by
mall from J. II. Allen, 315 First Ave
New York City. eod&w
The celebrated .Fish Brand Gills,
Twino Is sold only' at Jacori'i Hard
ware Depot - - - : -
Voman at tho i7ash-Tub.
The man who marries a woman
just to make a drudge of her, or to
fuse her as a mere household imple
ment for doing" domestic work," has
a very low idea of matrimony. He
deserves to have to J mend his own
clothes, to bake his own muffins, to
be sick with nobody to nurse him,
and, in a word, to be a miserable old
. The wcar-and-tear on the woman
who leads the life of a drudge is
dreadful. On wasliing-day she is at
the tubs with her hands in soak and
soap. On ironing-day she is lifting
heavy flat irons, and hurting her
back and shoulders. Every day she
is lifting a heavy baby, wearying her
self all over. Then she is providing
for the keeping alive of the man who
has sworn to honor, love, and protect!
her, but who is wearing her out by
making a slave of her. I If in the
' oriintr- dir varirs her exercises bv
.w..,-. x j
ing in wood from the; wood-pile. !- If
in the city, she undertakes the variety
of lifting heavy scuttles of coal, and
perhaps of going to the sewing-society
to make trousers for the' Pacific
It docs not kill the woman out
ritrht. It enfeebles her, and thins her
i blood, and upsets ; her : liver, and
makes ncr a martyr, conunuaiiy &ui
fcring grievous tormenti If she will
lake'Brttrn's Iran Bitters before she
is. utterly prostrated, there is hope
for her. The fact that -many thous
ands of weakened women have been
built up by this most excellent iron
medicine is matter ior encourage
ment to every wear', over-worked,
broken-down woman. To the blood,
the muscles, the nerves, the liver, and
the stomach, this wonderful prepara
tion gives the life and the refreshing
that are needed. Ask your druggist,
brphysician, and they will ulfyou
now tne laaies arc neipea uy n,
lee 8- nrni tc UAw .cU
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Wlteatngton. . Kor 17.1S3F3
Change of Sched u le. " :
ON AKD AFTER KOVK 13, ISS3, AT1.05
A.M., Passensrer Trains on the Wllxning
ton Weldon Kailroad will run as follows :
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS' D AIM
. KOS. 4J NOKTH ASD 48 SOUTH. : k;
xTe WToRlngton, FrontSt. Dept, a53A.. U
Arrire at Weldon..........;.:...... 2.S1 IV M
Leave Weldon. 3.00 P.- M
Arrive at Wilm'gton, FrontSt. lpt, 8.43 P. M
Fast Tusotroir Mail & Passek&kb Thaix :
- 4 . ' ; DAltt No. 40SooTH L.--
Learo Weldon........! ."hco p. U
ArrtTe at Wlhn'gton.Front SU Dpt 10.i.5 t'.l i
MAIL AM) PASSENGER TRAINS DAILT
f No. 4-T North. v ' :
Leave Wilmington.. JU......-. 3.00 V.
Arrive fit Weldon... A.
Mail xsi Tassesgkh Tkaiss-Kos and
l.eave ( Wilmington, (Sundays ex. - . vt
a " ,CP -----"-''-.--.... 12.30 A
Anlvc at tteidoo. ............ ....... 6 SO a
Leave v'cMon, (Mondays exeeptcd)l. 05 A
Arrive at WrUminston........ , 655. a
Truln No. 40 South vfllJ stop only at Wilson,
Gol'teboro and Slagnolla. tr
Tralna on Tarboro Branch Iload Leave Roctv
Mount forTarboraat'1.20 A,'M.-and 4.aa p
SI, Daily, (Sundays excepted).-fteturnlnir"
leave Tarboro at 10.0U A. Al and 3 P. M. Dally
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch, Road !c r
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.2? i m Re
tuminjr leave Scotland- Neck- at 8.30 A. it'
Train No. 47 make? close cotinectlon at We
ion ior an points rsortn u&iiv. 'A
IwChniond, and dally except - 4nml
Line. : -. I : : : h- - u
- Train No. "43 runs dailv and mkfrlrP n
r.ection for all Points North via Richmond and
Washington, j - - , , i , , .
All trains run eoild between WPndegtou an
Washington, and have Pullman Palace, Siuer
era attached. ! . r'f.
! i'or accommodation of loaal travel a passen
rer coach vill be attached to local freight lea v
ing Wilmington at 7.00 A. M -Daily except
Sunday. .' - . -
L Jtrv k nrviww " ,
General Sunerlntendent. :
jT 1. EMERSON, Genera Passenger Agent.
n.iv 17 - .' , .
Wilmlngton'r Coluia iii 0
& Augusta II. It- Co.
'...,C... . .- ,..4.
Offiob of General SurKsiNTEKDKNT.
Wllmlnsrton. N C Nov 17, 1883. j
Change of Scheduie,
ON AND AFTER NOv'ft ISth. 1
4.83 A. M., the following Passenger
u:e vnii be run on tms road : .
N6.42 LeaVc"WlImington,(Mondavs y-,
excepted) ; . . '. 7. . 7.13 A M
! " Arrivo at Florence.. 11.40 A M
No. 45 Leave ! Fl rence, (Siihdays '
excepted) 7.40 P.M
" Arrive at Wilmington . .. 12 10 V M
NIGHT.EIXPIIeIs TRAINS; DAILY Noa. 4
Leave Wilmington..!..-..;.-...-... 9.T0.P. M.
Lcavo Florence...........,,,.,..... 2.40 A.
Arrive at C. C- A A. Junction.'..... 6.33 AX.
Arrive at Columbia.. ............... .40 A. hi.
Leave 'Columbia.... 9. 55P. M.
Lcavo C4, C. & AJ Junction..... -10.S0 p. -Mi-Leave
Florence - 4.3:5 A. M.
Arrive at WilmJon ,8.23 A. 16.
Niout Mail and Passexoer Traik, Dailt
i .. NO. 40 WS8TV -:
Lc;ire Wilmington... I.'... . ......... 10.40 P. M.
Arrivo at Florence. -- 1 43 A. W.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TiJA IN DaILy
I NO. 4,1 East. ; : ! . M
Leave-Flerence at 4...... . 3.33 P. Mi
Arrive at Wilmington.. ........ .....7.42 P. M ;
Train 43 stops at all Stations. -
No. 40 stops only at Flcmlnjrton. and Slarloa
Pasacnsrcra for Columbia and all tolnta on G
& C. It. It, C..& R. R.; Stations, Aikcii - Juno-'
Men,, and all points beyond should take the
Separate Pullman Sleepers . for Charleston
and Autrusta on Train 44 . . '
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Local freight leases Wilmington daily ex
ccpt Sunday at 6.10 A. M. - f
john r. divine; !
- General Superintendent
T. M. EMERSON, General Ftsseager Agent
' UOV 17 - : . - " I' '..) if 'U.Ki-,
Carolina Central It. II
OmCB OF GEIfEEAL ScrERrNTESDEWT,
WUmtngton. N. C. June 13th. 1S8S
Change of Schedule;
QN AND AFTER JTJNE 13th, 1885, THE
f ollowlnar ecneauie will be onerated on ibs
PASSENGER. M A Us AND EXPRESS TRAIN.
' Daily except Sundays. ' : " P ."
Leave Wllmlnetonat.......4.7.00P. M
No. L Leave Kalelghat. ......7.35 P. M
Arrive at Charlotte at...... .7.00 A. M
) Leave Charlotte at......... 18.45 P. M
No. 2. Arrivo Raleigh at ... .8. SO A. M
I'assenger- Trains stop at Tegular ttationt
only, and points designated in the Company!
Time Table, . ; ,- j , . . T
SHELBY DIVISION, PASSENGER, UALL
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT. ,J ,L
Dally except 8undayc. y
Leave Charlotte.. ......... ......... 5.3i P.M,
Arrive at Shelby 9.00 P. M.
LeaveShelbv..... 7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charlotte.. ........... ....10JX) A. M.
Tralna No. 1 and 2 make close connection ;
Hamlet with R.4A. Train to and from BaJ-
elgh. . ; - - - - r--
Through SleepmgCars between WllmingtOT,
and Charlotte and Raleigh and Charlotte. 1 -
Take Train No. 1 for ! Stateavllle, Stations
Western N CRR, Asheville and pointa West
Also, for Spartanburg, Greenville, Athena
Atlanta and all pointa Southwest.
L. C. JONES,
5- W. CLARK, General Passenger Agent.
iune 1Z 1
yEi'lIAVE FULL LINES OFTOBACCO
which we are mIUbjc EIGHT CENTS iiIeji
prtce prtor to May
Also a very Urge stock Of GROCERIES and
PROVISIONS at bottom figures.
WORTH & WORTH.
- -. , ,
Sim.? 1 igfj .jT---9i:jf J
. jk? The
legale price.- gencrailr. in fTf-u
U orders holier roes &yeTtoin
4 BA;ON North Carollnju
I ... Mum. 1 tfc.
i". Shoulders, V lb..... .4
- Sides, Vfi
f Shoulders.... ........ .1.
DRY SALTED -
: umvo, u w. ...... ........... 1!Lk i
. Shoulders. V tt....
sides. V tt.
BAiatELS-Splrits Turpentine. 1."
: sndlld,cach.v...t..!, i L,
- cw hch ivi&i w:a. ....... I HO' A
NewCItyjeaoh....,...,-...,; i tl;J
BEESWAX v lb..-.. ..... 2 2 1
. UlUt lVO. ill ..- ; -
: North Carolma . . ...
Candles v i
pcrm. ........ ............
' Tadow . . ... ... .',
. li e
COliNMEAL; V bus.'; in aact
rnrrnv tips m k..-.T,
l so oi
domestics- . . i
. Shcetlnff. 4 4. w A .
EGGS, dozco....'.;.: ....
Mackerel, No. 1, lbl....J.16 CO
Mackerel, No. 1, V half lbl ; 8 flo ttl
Mackerel, No. C, bbl.i.. 60! oitn
Mackerel, 'No. 2, & half bbl.. a 00 Jst
Mackerel, No. 3, V bbl....... TI7S O ll
Mu Jetsrbbt 4 00 O
Mullcte, Pork bbls ...... 7 00- n 8 S.
L.TT COd. Th...... ; k jfe .
r 5a Phosphate.....:..: .oo oo an
.Carolmaterullzer.... ........ 45 00
Ground Bone ............. w.. CO oo
Bone Uf eat. ; . . . .00 00
Bone Flour. .......;. f .00 00
Narassa Gi"aio...,....,......0 00
Complete Manure. . ..)0 00
Wann's Phosphate. 00 00
AVando Pboephate.........i,.C0 00
Berger A Buu's Thosvhate..OO 00
Excel lenza Cotton Fertilizer. 55 00
French's Carbonate of IJaie,., 7 00
French'e Agricultural Lime. i.i 8 50
FLOUR, v bbl , i i
Fine........................... 0 001 Ala
Northern Super.......... 6 ao a t m
. " : Mxtra...... 6 fO j.
r ! Bamlly. 7 00 81
v City Mtils-Kxtra.....i... .... 6 60 an
" ; Family.... ....... 5 75 citi
1 Extra Family.... 6 50 a i
GLUE v lb..........i......... 11 o t
GRAIN, V bushel , ... u II
Corn, from store, bags, white. t z
Corn, carjro, in bulk, white., j : a a ':
Corn, cargo, in bags, white . . ma t
Corn, cargo, mixed, in b-gs.. - a 'ot
Oats, from store.............. es i a V
Cow Pea?.. 1 Walk
HIDES, 4 ftr- ' -' " 1 K -
Orccn. ....V..... - 4 (k .
Iry 11 ti
HAY,' 100 its j , . , , : .
Kastcrn... .............. ...... 2 SO Alt
113 1 X
North: River I.
HOOPIIRON, yft J.
Northern .....;.!. 10O U
jMoitn Carolina. oo a io
LIMB;y barrel.. ....... ...,J.. 440 a
LUMBERClryjBawed, v M ft. Jr
Ship Stufl, jresawed. LIS 00
Rough Edge-Plank... .......15 00 4rl6
, WestJfidlaCargoeataccordlng - '
to quality.;;. ..i... ........ .15 00, Oli
; jreaaea rioonrg, seasoned.. as ou kfzj x
ttcauiunganu uo&ra. com'n.. IS 00 .013 W
MOLASSES, V gallon
New Crop Cuba, In hbds..... OC tt
- " " in bbls...... - .40.0
Porto Rico, in b nds. . . ; . . . .. '. : 1 oo . a Si
l - na bbl8....'...... ' 00 fit ' U
. Sugar House, Id hhda. ........ oo O It .
v ' ta obis...'.......1 ' 26 tt a
Symprln itbls 40 a
NAII I Rcg,Cut,10d basis.. 0 00 I O S It
Ol L8 v auon- t .;
K eroscne. : ' 11
at l w
O 1 9
0 1 10
I.ard....... J 10
f Deck and Spar
rttiLTKi . . 1 -;
Chickens, "life,. grown... ....
f ' . Spring. .. .
PEANUTS y bushel,. .......J
POTATOES, Vbnshel-r ., . I
Irish, V bbL....i..i..;i.i.J..
trvov tar ..1 i
5 oo a on
City Maa................'... ' a sc 1 OU 00
Prime......... i...16 00 CU 00
Rump.......... i..J.17 00 AlJOO
BICE Carouna. V. tb.....i..I. 4Vt
Bough,V bushel.. ...... J..i. -s';.to
BAG3,itb Country;...,....). ,j la in
ROPE, V .. J
salt, y sack, Alara... ; oo A
uverpoo ....... i..: oo A
Lisbon ........I....,,. 00 A
American. ............ I'.,,.;.. 00 A
SUGAR. V lb Cuba. ;. -p 00 O
Porto Rico .30 A
A Coffee... ...... " -00 A
B ' ........ ........ m. m 00 A
'H.- .. ................ r .14 V . .
, Ei c o a' 'H.
SOAP. W tN North K Vl t
SHINGLES, 7 In. VII, i.'.; W W All 00
Lwnunon.. ............ 3 to Aw 4
Cypress 8apsr... ............ v' 4 M A 1 00.
STAVES. V M-W. o.,Bam.xs 00 A1S oo ,
- R. O. lloirtiheitd. j...on 00 'illO tU
TALLOW, if lb . 4 A -
TIMBER, , y.M feet-Shlpplng.H 00 .All .
feMiu. .........;.....n 25 ah w
aaiii jrnmc.... ....... ......... 7 50 Aw .
Mill Fair.....,.. ........ ."!. 6 00A 6 W
Common Mill ........5 00 AOOC
Inferior to Orcynarv... o 00 et 4 00
WHISKEY, rgal-orthern..i CO A 1 ,
North Carolina..... r v.J.i M 1W
WOOL, lb-Washed. 25 A -
Unwasned.... ri " t9 " W .
Bnrrv.,, ...;....,.,.;'; II HS 1
ri AT'TV for the working daas. Send J f
U yJUU cenw 'tor postage, a-a w - -,
, ; ? t . mail v0u free, a royal, Italnw"
box of sample stood, that "will "put yon h
way of making more money in a lew day
you ever ihouxht possible at any buhiwi.
Capital not required. Wo will start yw- Y2?
can wcrk all the imo or in pre timcniy
The work la universally adapted to both '
young: and old. a You can easily earn frrf
cents to ti every evening.? That all bo
WOTkTOay test the business, we make thl
Led we wid send tl to pay for the trouble et r
-HuiKUB. uii.partiuiar, dlrectwnt, r".
sent free. Fortune will be made: by Un?'
who give their whole time to the work.
success absolutely ture. Don't delay; 8t?1 '
now. -Address Stwsox.A 4., iPcttla
A IT til l. I K thA PriMnfi rtf ihS C-
beat book ever sold for lees than twice
price. The fastest telling book In Amn
immense profita to inu. ah intelUgw
people want it. Any one can become a-cc;'
ccssful agent. Terms free. If allkit Boot
Co., Ponland, Maine. ; . nor SOCnd-lyir
APPT7P Ser.d ilx Ventaor poe; .
SXJIj and receive free, a coei
ocx 01 goooa wmcn will help you 10 m"
money right away than anything e.'se lUi"5!'
world All. of either ex, ucceed f rotifer
hour The broad road to fortune oixTnabeliW
the workers, absolutely sure At once
drees. True & Co., Augusta, Maine.
hoy 20-md lyw i . , .;
O 5 5'a week at home. 41 CO outfit ft '
OOO Pay . absolutely : sure No nk;
Capital not required. Header,- If you waa
busueasat which persons cf either ex,yeuif
or old, can make great pay all the time to'
work, with absolute certainty, writ torvf'
Ocular to II. IlALurrr A Co., l'orUaAd,lfi
noy SO-Cmdljw , vi :
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