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.v. r-,i ih.i Ttsi-li te used
t,a -a3ra .
Ts BptUt ciarcbat at Tort Korri.
y "as dctrood by fire, Sunday
!:rrwoa. while '200 children were in
liibaUdirr. attending Sunday school.
bcl ill ocaped unlnruicd.
There are about f5.000 locouaotiro en-
, & ia the world, and 120.000 passen-
ftx and jCu.OCO frrijbt car. There are
uft)ni:ecr track, and Ihc capital
i3rrrci i 20.000.fXX.COO.
. .. - -I
ce 3?.titnal Ub r conference met In
l'L.'.aJ:phia Siturday and iued a call
ot a oaiionil labor convention, to be
rJiaCh'-cato. July 30. to nominate
t-ar.J.ik'. fir IVni and Vice
Vir.zt He year lei there were iui
fad icto tfce L'nited Stales J 1.005.000
izzdi oi cd:a rubber, 2.5W.O00
'.cJ thin the preceding year.
r Llil co&curuuiou of the world lor
; jar was 1?.000.000.
A till tsi been Introduced in the
iijj.'u.'ppl legislature to revoke the
iliritr c( the city oT Jackson and plnce
l4Ci'.T under seven commissioners,
to axo to bava fall control cf aHatrr.
Iu iharlQ" is to collect the tax.
It rsbels in the Soudan have cap-
urtdand burned the town of Helonan
sod its cow marchlnx on Musalima
aad Viztu. both of which are riTer
tuircsoaUe Blue Nile, about 100 miles
above iu Juncture with tho White Xi!o
vraiBosloa was holdm; a grand
ic juk oa January 6;h in honor of tho
ttjoi(hlh annircry of the batUo of
New Orleans, the laller cilv took ad
trticeol ths day other than be oloslni
of tbe ticks, because it was a leil
Dr. AUjmo Cc.'so, tbo younjeat mem
ber cf tfct Brazilian Parliament and
tseoflheleadiax members of that body.
ii st present in Washington. Ho is but
3 years of as and has served three
yean as a Iczislator. Ho Ls in this
eeactry to study American institutionr.
Tee iuJIcitry commluce ot tbo Texas
rflUUlcra hare reported favorably a
WU caklex fence cultioc a felony
roaijaab oy f torn two to fire years in
lit pccUeatiary. and the killin of fence-
csitera caBrhl iu lhftarf.of annlrin? tna
wiraoa::lcj nippers jutllfiable boot
Twtctyetn women wtrc 2raduartl
ta the BIlrrue Tralnins School for
Ksnea. ia Xcw Vork. last week, stkv
la; skQ!ed narses who bare reoelr.
H diplomtj ilcce 1873. The , school
Ur:ed is that year with, eighteen wo
sea as itudects. whilst it cow ss slity.
fc?r la traialnf.
Case Small, of the schooner Anet
I. Grtxe. which arrived In Philadelphia
Ssaiay from Galveston, reporta that ea
Kill cf J&ncaxT 10 he raised near
pt Haturaj a wreck rcsemblln a
Urra rusamshlp. He lay near nntil the
oeat mcrainx, when no slias of anr-
Jiaea G. Dlalne, Jr.. who ha caused
his father to much trouble, proposes to
jd the fxxhloa at Washlntoa thli
w icier by wearioz knebrh wtth
U dreaa amX Ills expuUlon irom
riral collexea for breach or the
fce does not seem to fear aoWrtv!
Ma to aoy treat extent.
araa received by the third assistant
?tsiUr central indicate a falllnr off
,a troas postal revennee for the n carter
sded December 31. at compaied with
fit tstte euarter of th Drcceclln
Jwr.ofone and three-tentha per cenl
A decrease of five per cent, had been
Buries the late excavations under
ia la tba Roman Forum there has
tea found a pot containing 800 old
Ac !0 Saxoo coins of the time of Pope
&r.Bu-ix.(889 8S4). They are of
'cj.ua coiaara and of rare raloe. moat
M them thosrioj heads or the English
cf the period, and on havini Ibt
-U cf sa archbishop of Canterbury.
rTJi-k-i sdea jaui-w Ibe Ceo fodc racy. hca bis tcssI wai afteraooa. at which lim arsn'ueuts - iu
C. w L,.,n ft luarb! r'Pi1 cavurcd to the Gulf ho blew it np. but ! thoC3s trill Var.l. Th cmiasffl
fjv!.lf t-e V;nNy YMrvtftmoMniUntlirrw 1-0 1X1 rrboncr;. I 'for pliiatiO aro Mcijir. Waddcil.
iutbeUl-3 , f. J ! Ddran and Bellamy; aod (or tbe de j
T-?T4 Chineie a cMtM with Mr. Owr .V.Drtfei8 to lendjou. Mori . McBm 4 Stnn
VOL. VIII. ! V ILMINGTON. . C, THTJRS DAY! .Y AlN Tt A R
Tatrlclc U. IVpper. tbr; ootctl block-!
U njutjer. nho licl tho otber day.'
? wan to ytaii oi aje. ue weni to ino-
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bwiu 1M7 aoJ occam c rich. t ben i
i oi ii vi vui unw ik ui vii-.-a
and made reral succcjstal rua to tbo
adiej Ict military aurp!ir for
?icxiOTTm4uaiwxx. juariTO cr?a
Jw.ooo willows. 1W.0C0 poriars. 00.000
cacal jptm tree. fH).000 liajaojapone3t
60.000 mountain cyprcn cvdari, CO.oOO
acacias and 120,000 of miscellaneous
varieties. Tbo trees must be in plan
j tatiooa of from 50.000 ti 100,000 oach.
It takes over one hundred pair of
zlovc to asauace the cricf of the Brooke
lyn officials over the death of an alder
man. whose lite might have been saved
by a single bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough
For Iuro White Lead & Paint, and
basest stock of Window Glass and
lowest prices for ;;okI articles be sure
to co to Jacobi's Hardware Depot, f
IBOEX TO MW AfiVtRTIStMEMTS.
V K Davh A 80s W00U
Wobtu & WoaTULtme
Or era UoL'sr Ibe ITaoloo
Tailor' Bazaah Lvce, Ac
orcBA ltoL'sc AtiJe 1'Ukx
p.OfSBCKORB Plano aiklOrftua
C W TaTka LJger. JonrnaU, A"
Kblihts and LaJI of Ilonor Ixwal aJ
Report of tb CooUUloa of tba rtrt Nftiioo
at Ha, ot Wilmington
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot up 359 balvs.
There was one ease of disorderly
conduct before tho Mayor this morning,
which was discharged.
Thero was mud, mud, mud in the
streets to-day, and the 'crossings were
in an almost impassible condition-for
Knights and Ladids of Honor.
Kegular meeting this (Thursday) eve
ning. Full attendance desired. It
The'ballof tbe Wilmington Liaht In
fantry, at Germnnia Hall, last night,
was largely attended and was voted a
decided suceeM by all who were pres
ent. A reat many of our people arc afflict
cd with bad colds, and it was decided
this morning, by two of the sufferers,
that thoso only were exempt who were
too poor to support one or too lazy to
catch one. .
Our thanks arc duo tho marshals fur
an iuvltatiun to attend the 49Lh annto
rersary of the Kuzcliau and Philoma
thesian Societies of Wake Forest Col
lege. which will 1 be celebrated on
Friday, Feb. 15. by public appropriate
If you need a real good first class
cooitin; etorc. don't fail to eco the Ex
ceisior Fenn. Zob- Vance and New
Emerald, besides others. 1 They are to
be fuund at factory prices at Jacobi's;
jho Is the manufacturers agent, t
vOi.tbU p".ay, which will be presented
at thflf Opera House 00 Thursday nijbt,
the lTlh Inst., tho Now Haven. Conn..
Jcumal vnd Courier eayi:
There was a laro audicuce at the
G rand Of era House last evenius. Those
with tho manner iu which the ' absurd
connection called rOur Goblins" was
rendered. The companr it a talented
one and carried on tho performance
with spirit in spite of the derrettlnz
Mr. Ata A. Browu. formerly of thia
city but uow of Mexico, arrived here on
Tuesday nbtht on a visit to his relatives
and friends Jn this city. Mr. Brown is a
civil engineer and has been employed
on tho Mexican ralways for the past
eiht years and this is his first vist . to
Wilmlncton In that lengthf . period.
He favored as with a visit this mora
ine and his narrative of scenes and
events in that tropical region, as they
bavo come under his observation,
is graphic and interesting in the
extreme. He has left with us a bottle
of preserve which it destined for the
Scientifio and Historical Society of 1 this
oily. These consist of various reptiles
and Insects which arc stranger here,
inch as tbe tarantula, the scorpion, the
oora lia snake, a very large beetle of
gaudy colors, a centipede, which has
120 feet and a deadly sting on every
foot, and the gusana oral, .a blue wona
caterpillar, all ot which are preserved
fa spirits. ; ...
Too atlcotioo of ihc Court was era
ji H the foTcnoon in hearioj tcsti-
iui'ii j 'ii v ij-j v. ' n r . 'i aw uu ci
. : .. i . r t.' r
j Vji I,. A. Hart. .j. i;. iiuiiy t'v a. s
: coart ik a recess until 3 o'clock this
This is tho title ot
to be given at tbo Opera House vn
Tuesday night next by the- Uaulons,
and ol which the New York Mirror
There are five ;Hanlons William,
Fred, Edward. George and Alfred.
The first two play a pair of 1 flaakejs in
the farce, "Le Voyage en Suisse."
Whether tumbling from stage coaches.
falling among tho wheels of a moving
. 1 .1 1'
train or uroppiuz inrougn toe cemuit 01
a higb ceiled room, the? are equally
agile, active and alert.; Every , trick
and movement is accomplished with
the precision oj" clock work. The piece
used by tbe merry Haulons is made up
of old scraps of old farces as ancient as
tbe hills, but it is so well dono wo lose
sunt of its extreme antiquity in cons
teni plating tbe marvelous revels of tbe
clever people engaged.
Mr. C. Giimore. Foreman of Hobbs,
Wall & Co., San Francisco: St. Jacobs
Oil is the best remedy in the world for
Miss Auriio Pixley.
This talented and versatile .actress,'
i who will appear at tbe Opera House on
Monday night next in her favorite
character of M'lLu. the Child of the
Sierras, has won lame in the past.
The New Tork Herald, which is excel
lent authority in such matt irs, says :
The emotional and sensational as well
as populur play ot AIViss, the Child of
the Sierras, was given last evening at
kuc utauu viwm tiuusu aa iuc ui on ci-
formance in the engagement of Miss
Annie Pixley and tbe theatrical combi
nation of which she is the leading mom
ber. Miss Annie Pixley 'a energetic and
whole souled delineation of her difficult
part won her rounds of applause at al
most every step. In the last act she
interpolated a humorous imitation of
the Cows are in the Corn," which
proves quite a bit of voealism, so far as
the amusement of the audience is con
cerned. Mr. Losee. as Yaba Bill, was
conspicuously good in supportoi the
heroine, and tho performance drew one
of the most fashionable houses seen in
the theatre under its present manage
ment. Tho Mcotinfir LastNlffht.
As wc announced yesterday, there
was a meeting of the peoplo interested
iu the Wilmington. Wrightevillo &
Onslow Kailroad, at the Mayor'e office
last night. The newly elected Presi
dent of tho road. T. M. Chester, of
Pittsburg, Pa., was present and made a
speech in which he spoke very nlshly
of WQmiogton, her peoplo and the
particular enterprise in which be was
go deeply in'ercBted. " Other speeches
were made by some of the directors
and all spoke most .encouragingly of
tho prospectt of the enterprise .it was
resolved that, before tbe President left
for his .home, a meeting should be
called and the white people of .the city
and vicinity should be invited to attend.
Tbc.Bpard ot Directors vfelted . tbe
work i yesterday and have expressed
tbemwslves as gratified at the progress
that "bad been made, and resolved to
resume work on tbe road at the earliest
practicable moment. The Positiou of
Superintendent .wiil .be Jeftopou urrtif
tbe time of resumiug operations.
A New Uso for Eggs. -Everyone
it famlliaf with, the ala.
of tbe yolk of an ojg as a hair V wash,
but perhaps may not be aware of its
virturo in clothing cleansing Beaten
up with alcohol , rau de cologne, or
ether like ox gall, it keeps better and
is tnoro powerful: or,: - la ; sim
pler cases, it may bo.. u:ed.. alone,
or merely mixed with water, to be
rubbed on with flannel. Tor removing
from colored materials the stains of
mud, or ot coffee and chocolate, when
prepared with milk. It it frequently j
applied to velvet collars and cuffs. &c.. j
and proves a cleanser as well a a spot !
extractor. When it baa dono its jwork
it is washed off with soap, and thero ate w
rial thoroughly rinsed in pure -water.
Egg has a specially rood effect on thoso
annoying patches of wheel grease j be
longing to the compound class of stains,
as they represent a mixture of stale
grease, iron and other substances. -Tor
removing : atains not grease from
white or light colored rnaterial. glyccx
toe may be tried; especially with coffee
stains. Milk, immediately applied, is
tbe beat remover of ink. Sour milk is
the best. Pat the article into a sancer
and let it i oxx In tht milk. . '
THE HANLONS !
Ao4 thctr English frCnch Come-Jiaus"
T T7 ti ' 5, ..r;j ..vaaaa.i:-vt i uu ;?liJttr
iiC V OVSgG till CUISSO I r rixier ia tha - mis' rUv t- vhicb i
iw 'trill lii!mlnfpriiiwK nato.'.
j xb Cberrlest, Brightest and tcoet Jojoii?
Vatitit or apeann fansommaista, -rr
cca itcas iratmoJi win-eata, "vr note
CTcrr loV and Kestura wwsajoo."
Tboroo3;Laujbablcand rieabln EntertaLQ.
mcnt Erer Presented en the btare
FUK, MIRTH and MUSIC In ITARMOMOrS
BLENDING ! ,
FDLL, Or THE BJBIGHTJEST FUN
Erlennid Scenerv ! ' BtartUrg Artton :
TflK KA.ILROAD EXPLOSION '
One of the moat Wonderful an-i Startling
Effects erer produced on any Biao.
A Fcrforauvnee that keeps you Pcrcamlnjj
Sale of Seats opens Alondy, January 2'et,
at Oyer's Koeerved fl. Admission 75c. 50c
GalloryKc. jan 17-4t
' - ..-si
WILL PLEASE CALL
AND' SEE THE
LARGE STOCK OF
THE PRICES ARE SO A3 TO SUIT EVERY
BODY AND MAKE QUICK 8 ALE.
JUrCK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS H !
.. V AT.
. 1J8 Market St. .
jau l7 V f V "WlLMlNffrUx; N C.-:
Report of the Condition
fT THE FIRST "NATIONAL "BANK OF
v i I
WILMINGTON, at Wilmiagton, in the tatcf
Nbrth Carolina, at th -nc of business
Loans and discount:
S. Bonds to secure circulation.
Other stock, bonds, and mortgages
Due from approved reserve agents. .
Dae from other National Banks. ; . .-.
Due Irom Stale Banks and hankers.
Real estate, furniture, and fixture.
Current expenses and taxiis-pald. . . .
BUla of other Banks
Fractional paper currency, nickel,
' and pennies . . .-. . . . .
Specie 7. :.......
Legal tender uete..
Be4emptlon fund with U. S. Treah-
T--t 1. . .
Cepiul stuck paid in... .. . ...
Surplus xund ;
Undi-rided profits. -.
National Bank notes outstanding
.iJd-.'Ooe 01 :
. 41,453 761
. to. m 03 i
Piviaena nnpaia. .
Individual deposits subject to check 6 Mi 0
Demand certificates of de
Iue to other National Banks 12,8t0 43
Dae to State Bank and bankers 44 04
Notes and bills re-dlwounted '. . 113,109 13
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Cocxxr or New rLisovxa, t.. )
I, A. K. WALKER, Cashier; of the above
named baakvdqr seleninly tirear tlaf laejiboye
statement is true to the best ef ray knowledge
aad belief. A. K. WALKER, Cashier.
Subrrlbed and strorn to before me this 1U
day of Jaa nary, lSll A? J. HOWEIX,
T . . Notary Public.
Cerreet Attest :
D. O. WORTH.
E. E. EUERUSS,
i 7. 1884.
I XETPj , AP VEUTISEMBVrs.
fgiit:Only lii.tNE. NIGHT ONLY,!
or tao cuarmtT: , yonpz Coaetfi
" ' ' ,cvn alra e-iCoaipanj.la the crrr
lV Plillrl gP 41 A 31-i I
- 31edkTBv .fc-alo of eat cotrnieaces Fridir,
Jan. ln. at Drers. Remrxcd st 1
' uenerai A.am.u0B7.5c, ooc. saU8rr-;sc
; j jaa use -.. . .
J - WOOD ! WOtTD '
TEW COEDS. OF. 1?0..1 pPLIT OAS,
Ash, Black Jack and Tine, fojl leogtb and
well seasoned, fob sale cbxa?, Jujt to keep
our drayi. at work; A FULL LOAD EVEBY
TIME. W. E. PAVIS & BOX,
Limet Lime !
I -- '
JgQ BAKHELS 1
FRESH ROCKPOET LIME,
' NOW LANDING,
WORTH & WORTH.
I j an 17
CoRD SPLIT PINE WOOD.
1 " ' . For sale low by
jan'lClt .TAS. H. CtlADBOURM A CO
Finest Oysters I
BEST WHISKET AND BEST FIVE Cent
" 1 ,-. 1 .- f
cigara In the cltv, can le bought at the OLD
Uli'l'U STATiC SALOON, 0 So. Front St.
Give a Tar Heel a living show!
!an 18 : - I
Cider and Cider Vinegar.
JJOTH VERY NICE INDEED,
. , AND VERY OflEAP.
ReUitland Wholesale In limited quanUUesi
Alsn, Apples. At
.! : R. Mc DO UO ALL'S,
No. 14 Ctoeatnut St, bet. Front and Water
jan 16 I Wllmlnsrton. N. J.
An Offer Extraordinary I
ONfcJ DOLLAR A YEAR !
rjpiIE CHURvIL MESSENGER"; THE
journal of tho Protestant Episcopal Church
" . i
In North Carolina ! 8 pagce, 32 ooluinne, 1.50
a vcarln advance. But rkenotlce-r-that all
a&Yv suBsuKiuiiiua, vrno wm aend one
DOLLAR before the firs of April, and nsenUon
this notice, can have tho paper ono year from
date of order. The Messenger la making pro
gresa. Send for specimen copy. - Its ciirnla
tlonlsnpidlv Increasing. feunscKiBE NOW :
- Address; THE CHURCH ME8SENQER,
:jaal 2t. ; . . DurhAni.1 N. C.
Q ALL IT: t ANY NAME YpU PLEASE,
THE "WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER SALE
NOW GOING ON AT SHRIER'S I& THE
MOST PRODIGIOUS EX AMPLE OF WHAT
GOOD CLOTHING, CAN-, BE MASUFAC-
i IURED AND SOLD FOR WE CAT? NOT
AFFOED TO HOLD A GARMENT OVr" TO
BE THBOWN UP TO US AS "OLD STOCK j
NEXT YEAR, tip I AM DETERMINED TO !
CLOSE MY ENTIRE FALL
AND WINTER f
STOCK OF CLOTHKG r jf -- j
Less than New York Cost I
WITH THREE FOURTHS OF THE WIN-
TEs axiLLTO come fHiToproRirNiTr
TO SECURE bUCH GARMENTS AS WE ARE
UNfVERS A L ATTEN . j
TION. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY WIN-1
; TER CLOTHING FOR VEST WINTERS j
BEUAFLE CLOTHIER, :
114 MARKET T.
I Jan 35
Commissioner's I Sale:1
TK PURSUANCE Or A DECREE OF THE
j i Superior Court ot err uanover County in
f ao action between John E. St. Georce, admr.
of David 5- Sanders, decease", aad Anule M
petteway, et aL. being a proceadleg for the
a'c of real estate to make aeeu. he under,
signed, Commiikioner appointed by said de
creo. w ll sell at public suction for 'ah. to
the bl'hcat MJder at tbe Court Houao door In
Wilmington, N. C, oa Monday, the 4th day of
February, li34, the foUowtcg eevera) tracu of
land belong sg to tbe estate of said Davkl 8.
Sanders. lrst tract Coa talcing about 129
acres of Juniper Seraxap LaiKl adjolnl-$ the
Rocky Baa Plantation sear Catle Iayne In
Ne w ILanoTcr county, i scona tract y s
end beloff in Pender county. aer T
Sound, between said Sound an-! the Atlantic
Ocean, and constituting the strip of laa( that
separates the Sound fx m the 'eeaxu Third
tract Containing S40 acres of woodland and
being a part f the lad comprii'inr the said
Rocky Ron Plantation near Cattle II ay no and
Ivtag oa the eaat aide of the Holly abetter or
Dnplia Road and between said road and , the
Wliatffftoa & Tf slden K, R. i
- . , ; Jonn n. Br.cro"";. : '
5 -'- . ... f . - -
JOQj that the IMitoT W oS
la tbc editorial colximD.v I J '
U1UK5 DAY, JANUA f V
HrHftppraco In thlritr cf !
RioeVPloasuro Party I
OUR GOBLITJG !
a'atnjc! Amu!ac ! Aatnlesp
!e-e&31 Appropriate Coetumwf
Lndsr -personal drcUaa of W. Honry in"
ptrUcclar." Box Sheet opeua at d gf
PKptt TORTO RICO MOLASSES JCST
AJtndf lzt?t 6:0,11 Tland, which we
offter to the trade at nieea to eult th Um7
suit the Umn .
awes rare, s i
EDWARD KIDDER A EON.
Pianos anfl Organs.
1 1 i 1
AADE BY THE MOST CELEBRATED
Manuficturera, endowed by the leadlnr and
eailnoot pianists of the day, and warranted
not to bnaer mid pool off in two or tort e
months; but arc guaranteed to realitt the at-
mo-pherlo change of the Sbuth equally aa
well as any Piano or Organ made,
prove In quality of tone by nso.
and to to-
Call aid examine these famoujlnitrtuneDU
At 1 HEINSBERGER'S,
Lire Bonk an; Miialn Stores
; OF GENUINE
German Itainit !
IMPOKTED DIRECT !
t Oft SALE I.N LOTS TO SUIT BY
EercUiier & Caldcjr liros,
IMPORTERS, ' lri
Jap i4 Wilmington, N. C
QUE STOCK OF WINDOW" SHADES Lm
been replenished during "tbo paat Woek, and
we are showing eome very i Handsome PN
tcrna. A fnU Hue of line and medium
PARLOR, CHAMBER, LIBRARY k I
AND DININO ROOM SUITS. "
MATTRESSES of nil kinds
In stock and
made to order.
THOMaS C. CRAFT,
SO So. Front St
f I'iiE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
A -) ! . - !
.l!ic.tcoar' H- J A' MONTCOM
. T '?,tll,s daV dissolved bv mutual consent.
A- Montgomery assumes all liabilities and
Is alone authorized to collect and receipt for
omtv All .1.1,1. ai ! r
ouj u4 aii wvut-ti uuu iuo Bmin nTni.
W. H. MONTGOMERY,
J.. A MONTGOMERY.
January 12, isii
rU UNDERSIGNED WILL j! CONTIN0K
the buulnesa of tbe late Arm of W. U. A J. A.
Montgomery and solicits the general aoppert
of hla friend. A. MONTGOMERY, '
Jan 12-tf ..ti I ,
Bindlc?-.. WILL DO . BlttdlOf
JnI0 - '
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UN I Oil OQlS, WflltO d.lQ JQQ,
i A TBK8TS SU
AJo,.a fa') astorl
SUPPLY JU5T RECEIVED.
FRESH GAKDEF SEED. v
I - PATENT MEDICINES,' " ,
FANCT AND TOILET ABTfCLES,
CIGAR ia srest variety. a .
Munds Bros, & DeRosset,
Market and HmwH tr1.
Ledgers,) Journals, Days,
T3LANK BOOKS Of ALL, SXZta ! AND
btylea of Binding.
Uetaorandam Books, Letter Bok. fnvoite
Books; Receipt Booke.
; Lttbographed Draft. Note and Check Eol$t
u etocn saaDsosio eraer. i
All kinds of Office and Fancy Stationery
Wnrplof " Faper and Taper Bags, Twtae.
tc, at toirest market rrlces. .
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