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jEor. Vie wiSTi Jn Jacob
,V, ua ttcrcc $.000,000,000
. KcliarroaJiin the two hcmls-
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jar believes that
. Hiul or-cned tbc new Park
Ccccber is rqortetl to hiTe said
SrMl tkat -a qaarrd in a church
coney Iosscj along the Ohio.
- JlMiiburc to Cairo, will reach the
t7craouj amount o! $10,000,000.
n-'Lih railroads are adopting cars
wh ehtbere are boxes uuea up m-
India rubocr paogiioK mu
i,fft)Terio:. for the traniporiauon
ll Ti.sb'.e race horses.
&;re:cUUf e Frank Hard, of Ohio.
tie pr'.eiood 0! the Romau Catholic
CVit-i was ccbarrca tnereirom on
Kccuit ol his Usecess.
Ttosa tii, the caricatarist. is
laid to tare become so infatuated with
Horida. frca bis recest excursion, that
ho taj pee lick to Sn J ersey deUr
cized fa reJsra with his entire family-
Ccr. Ijowtj seeai to bare blocked
rx-sjr:i.'a:ioa in the bud in Miuis-
1;;:. TteSiaie Attorney-General fa
u J u Lire condemned the bill but the
t wu a surprise to the Legislature
lie largest sale of orsnge trees erer
cucicamaiea was inai wcica wg
i'mlz Jacksontille, fla. byhlcb Col
L A. Hardee, cf the Honeymoon Nur-
rto'J $2S 0OO worth or trees to one
par.)va.000 trees in all.
Ueztj Ward Bcecher proposes to 0
U K-rcp ca a lecturing tour in the
i:r.r or earl t summer. It is more
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VOI,. VIII. W ELMINGTON. N. C. TVEDNES DAY: FEBRUARY 27. 1884. NO. 49
New York World: Mr. Ransom
asked the Secato yesterday to appropri
ate $100,000 for the cyclone sufferers of
the South, but bis resolution was refer
red. It will have to be weighed because
the money is to bo-distributed in the
South. John Sherman ought to have
the cyclone investigated with a view to
ascertaining whether it treated blacks
and whites impartially. It may have
been a Democratic cyclone directed es
pecially against "nigzers."
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.John Mitchell. Portland. (Jregon,
was sick a-bed for two years. St. Ja
cobs Oil cured him.
IIDEX TO MEW ADYERT1SEUEITS.
IfxixsBZKOER New Books
11 uxds Bros. A DeBosset Kureka
Jx B IIucgixs A Co We Neglected
Giles Murchisox Tor Decoration
C W Tates CUeap 8tanUrd Works
Cronlv A Morris, A uct'rs Damaged
Goods at AocUon
Tood is plentiful and cheap just at
this time. : I
Swcd. barque Amarani, Tborbjorn-
sen , hence, arri?od at Hamburg Feb.
So mo unusually fine New River oys
ters have been brought to market of
Steamboatmen report all quiet on the
Capo Fear, with the waters slowly sub
siding. 1 I
Schr. Carrie )VooUtont Marr, irom
New York for this port, arrived at New
Haven, via Millord. Feb. 25th.
Rev. Dr. Pritchard left the city on
this morning's train for Burgaw where
he has an appointment to preach to-
The fruit trees are .booming and
blooming and so far the prospect of a
good yield next Summer is very favora
ble. . .
The juvenile amusement now is hop,
scotch. Samo as their ciders, with the
difference of one letter, which makes it
hot Scotch. !
City Court. 1 Death of Mrs. French.
Cornelius Moore, colored, j was We regret to learn of the death of
brought before the Mayor this morning Mrs. Mary. J. French, relict of the
on a charge of larceny from the store of late Hon. R. S. French, which sad event
Mr. L. G. Cherryan account of which, occurred at her residence in this city to
we published yesterday. The testimony day. The shock was a very sudden one.
was positive and the defendant was Mrs.tFrench was afflicted with paralysis
required to give a bond in the sum .of on Sunday afternoon - and died this
$100 for his appearance at the next (Wednesday) morning.'
term of the Criminal Court, in default The funeral services will take place
of which ho was committed. ! 1 at St. Jam's1 church to-morrow morn-
The March number of this excellent
monthly has been received.. It is . we
think, the best of the new year. Its
in. at II a. m.
Wc have received the March number
I of The Magazine of American History,
matter is carefully and judicially , ses and we unhesitatingly pronounce it one
Iecled and the illustrations,, which are
profuse, are verylfine. It is a great
favorite with the boys and gills (and
their elders) and the appearance of the
new number is always hailed with - de
light James Elversoo, Philadelphia ,
at $3 year.
A serious accident nearly happened
yeterday on Markot street, between
Fourth and Fifth. Two ladies were
driving in a buggy, having just started
for the Sound, when they were run into
by a cart driven by a colored boy and
one wheel was so badly shattered that
the bnggy, with tho ladies in it , was
thrown to the ground. ' Fortunately,
neither was injured. Bystanders say
that the accident was the result of gross
carelessness on the part of the boy.
Phosphates. - j
The ptfbple of the Central and West
ern section of the State may boast, and
justly, too, of the rich mineral deposits
which lie hidden in the eartbr the val
ue of which cannot bo estimated, but
of the best of the scries. The articles
. The receipts of cotton at this! port to
day foot jup 64 bales.
Nor. barque Lena, Mortensen, hence,
arrived at Firime Feb. 25th.
Yesterday, Shrove Tuesday, was
made memorable to many here by a
large and very successful Sound party,
made up among the young folks in this
city. ' 1
Nor. bargue Nord America, Thor
gensen, hence, was off I Dover, Eng.,
Feb 24th. "
Inspector General Cameron, of the
N. C. State Guard, inspected the com
pany at Smithville last night, and ex
pressed himself as very will satisfied
are all of deep interest and show that with the appearance, discipline and pro
they were prepared with great care, ficencyof the corps. Ho returned to
There " are two characteristic letters the Clty oa the steam yacht Louise this
written hv (Innrem VMnnn nrlr,,. morning.
to the Revolution, which have never
been published before. "Sir Henry
Clinton's Secret Record of Private Daily Jfc7BK; WtS?
3 W mm . . -
Intelligence" is confined and furnishes
much valuable information as to the
condition of the country and the temper
of public sentiment during the Revolu.
tionary war. uesiaes inese tnere are
a number of other papers of interest. ;
The Magazine is published at 30 Lafay
ette Place, New York, at a subscription
rice of $5 per annum.
The Government House.
The Baker & Farron troupe gave the
above-named play at Toronto, Canada
on a ''wild, wet night to a large audi
ence. In speaking of that performance 1
the Toronto Globe says.
- The scene is laid at Government
House on the Island of Trinidad, in
which Mr. Baker is first Krakwitz. a
German butler, and afterward 's the
aged 57 years. 7 months and. 2 days.
funeral rromst. James' Church to-morrow,
Feb. 28, at 11 a. ra.
JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT or
CUPS AND SAUCERS for decoration.
We wlUbQia4 to receive commxaicaUoa
froa our fxlcnds oa any and an subjects'
seaexal Interest but -AJ" '
Theaaaie of the witter bus aWya'te W
alafeod to the EdUor. . ' , - ' '
CoaTnmiVrattons mast b wrlttea on oil
onosldeof the paper. . J -
PersonaJltlea most be aTolded. j j..
An4ttla especially and jartlcniarly tad;'
tood that tha Editor does not always eniloi 1
mia wi ox oorresponaeacs uuesa so state
la the editorial oolasuta. f , 1
JUST OPENED Ii
1116 Market St.
GILES & MURCHISON,
M. CRONLY, Auctr.
BY CRONLY & MORRIS.
Damaged Goods at Auction.
f1X THURSDAY NEXT, 2STH INST., AT
I f 1 J X 1 1
tkw will not h&ve tho pleasure, of in- ,
Air. Cnarles AIel?iIIe, business agent
for Shook & Collier's "Lights o Lon
don," arrived in the city last night and
'1x2 twenty years since be was In Ebg-1 registered at the TurceU House.
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a-o.wneaDeuearcreu bsbj .iu.iu. Mr c. W. Yates, in this issue. ad
izxtsx qpon uo war. m vertises a large lot of valuablo books at
n-.r.i - r,r vw rrinn I the lowest sort of a price. Go and make
u o kHi r( 1V0 Tyxn U tnn your seieciion ueiore lacy aru au roue.
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jci j. poiiuca ta-a-icr au wo wu. 1 1 ne ireignt iramo on au tno raiiroaas
wcrfal b in the State, began busl- centering in this city is unusually large.
10 o'clock. A. M.. we will sell at the Store of
J. Sternbereer. 11 Market Street, for and on
iuwtnnt vf nil r.nrArTiAr1- t.h WhnlA Stnr.k nf
. a V I ; . w m w W w v m mw wwmt . U V I '
dulging in all the game or Drag, uur afterwards assumes the character of a n rnna n, Ti.ta t,L ta
r.. 41 1 a.im 1 :a w. ri u Dry Goods. Clothlnff. Blankets, Boots and
liaaveru cuuuues iuivo icwunj ugiciu- ukuuuus uiiuc. jjll. ja.oi, as iuui 1
ed a new source of wealth which bids Governor, was good, nis laciai ex Shoes, iiats. Glass! and Crockery ware and
. . . . c. .1 11 ,u pression and funny savincs frequently other articles therein damaged by the late fire,
lair to bo more profitablo, all things EKnr th C sale continued until the' wfiole stock is
mnoiHArrHl thn th Wpit ran boast of. I if-.7iJn !P- t I Closea out.
" JUUHWKV A UUllUiliii tUUi VY UUb UUllt
in consonance with the traditions ot the
British army. But Mulcahey himself
fully sustains the reputation of Mr. T.
J. Farron, whose Irish wit and songs
were loudly cneerea. his impersona
In Pender and Duplin counties phos
phate rock has been discovered which
bids fair to form a new, engrossing, and
profitablo employment tor the people
and to be a source of almost unbound
ed wealth to many of the property
owners in those counties It is stated
that the phosphate deposits in . Duplin
are virtually inexhaustable, and that
in many localities it is of a superior
quality for fertilizing purposes.
Cheap Standard Works.
69 CENTS EACH.
:e ia the Crciceat City only a few
rears a;o witioct a ccat as agent of the
iestacky Lottery Company.
The Irish World slates that it has
and as the Spring trade is about to open
there is no prospect ot much diminu
tion at present. '
tion of the bride fairly convulsed j his
auditors with laughter.
Regulations tor Lout.
The following regulations for Lent,
which begun to-day, were given out in
the Catholic Church in this city Sunday:
Col. Green's Labors. 1. All the faithful, who have corn-
Mr. Thos. W. Stranee. of this city. Dieted their 21st year are, unlets legiti-
wasin Washington City a few days lately dispensed, are nouna to oDserve
lUB IttSb VI -AJUb.
2. They are to take only one meal
a day, excepting bundays.
Norwegian barque Adger. Flagcstad,
txtctcd froa the Irish in America, I cleared to day for Hull, Eng.. with 1.
nr a.;ed patriotic purposes, the sum 500 barrels rosin and 2,700 barrels tar.
rlS.oiO.W within the past eight valued at 6.500. shipped by Messrs
rean. It a?jo says that it has fi en res I Alex Snruut & Son.
" .. Mj, t. ft . Udk
X 3 bick cp this statement.
I Mrs. Jcrtmiah Matiaon, of (
:aU'a I!aai. gare birth on Sj
The carpenters are having
Clilton, j time, as there are quito a
Ftrn hirth nn Kitnnli I nttw hnildinM in rnnt itl nrArf inn lw
i-Xit Ll thfM !!! !?Vf mrm TKav ,m lAliMa, 1,rm nnmkor n)K!h ra nnrlart.
" ft " W I MUM ftV U M Vft. V.Uftft U.W M4..WW
-3ch t,ike that they are distinguished going repairs and alterations.
froa the other by red, white and
ago, and learning that he saw our' Rep
resentative, Hon. W. J. Green, while
there, we interviewed him to-day as to
certain matters in which our people
are interested. Mr. Strange evidently
thinks, with us, that Col. Green has
developed into an earnest, careful, wise
worker, and one who has always the
best interests of his constituents at heart.
a DUST We are nlad to know, amone other
number o r I , t , u r .u
tainiug an appropriation for the erec
tion of a public building in this city are
3. The meal allowed on fast days is
I not to be taken till about noon.
4. Flesh meat and fish are not to be
used at the same
even on Sundays.
5. A small refreshment,
oalled yCollation." is allowed in , the
evening, not to exceed the- fourth part
of an ordinary meal. At the "Colla
tion," besides fruits, salad; vegetables
and fish, necessity and custom have
made it -parmissable to" use butter,
cheese, eggs and milk.
6. General usage has made it lawful
to take in the morning some warm
JJANDSOMELY BOUND )N CLOTH :
Shakespeare, Byron, Scott, Burns, Tenny
son, Owen Meredith, Macauley, Jean Ingelow,
iiousenoiu roems. luoi uems or iroetry,
Green's History of tho English People, 2 vols,
Life of Napoleon, Battles of tho Republic,
Strickland's History of England, Dlcken's
Child'! History of England, Grime's House
noia stories, uobinson Crusoe. Swiss Jtamiiy
Robinson, Tom Brown at Rugby. Scottish
Chiefs. Thaddeus of Warsaw. Children of the
Abbey, Arabian Night?, 20.0C0 Leagues Under
toe sea, tout or tne worm in au uays, aiyste
Tious Island, Paul and Virginia, Fox's Book of
Aiartvrs, liunyan's piigriia Progress, xc, &c.
Any of the above sent post paid upon the
receipt 01 the price. u. ;w. iatjss,
f cb 251 119 Market St , Wilmington, N C.
rjlO PUBLISH OUR USUAL ADVERTISE-
mcnt on Monday evening, but wc did not
neglect our friends. This week wo ofl'cr our
usual assortment at prices equally as low as
heretofore and In some articles perhaps a lit
WE DO NOT SELL ADULTERATED
Victoria and Persian Lawns,
Pique, Marseilles, (Checks,
FULL ASSORTMENT IN ALL
STYLE 3 AND DESIGNS.
WINTER GOODS !
SELLING OUT VERY CHEAP,
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TO MAKE ROOM FOR
116 illarket St.
jan2l I i I "
Mr. Harry P. Kusscll
.t rihlvna tttt.1 .tuMil ...
v .wu luwi niiJM. I j r c 1 1 :, im j i I . iL. tt :
uajr ivi oiTBUuau tuu it mil ucucuu uiuynauuus ui uia iiuuso, u; nuvui ia
zood. Hon. Cascv Young, who is
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lef horn Irw Ph.irm.ti IHa tuhnmmSftM An An. liaUld. OS teS, COnee, Or IU1U . CUOCOiaie
but the purest goods that can
f -. I . a At - . ft a m .
uot. or Tennessee, it is said, on instruction received at mat point reierrcu au questions 01 appropriations 7' Necessity and custom nave au
caU a iMcial suasion of ih whether bo return at onco to New York concerning public buildings, has ex- thorized the use of hog's lard, as well as
of tia: Slate should the Supreme or go as far South as Galveston.
jn decUre the Kailroad Commission
-J be paucd free lrom the objection-
Ex Got. lla'Jer has a nrofound disro-
tor petitions. You could eet in
!in..v . .
-..aK.j io.wo men to ifn a
icatohaYeme hauccd." he sajt.
half the number "would sicn a
ItSOwin; writ tho- rrn
t to prtTent mistakes the
Wo invite tho attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts aro
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. ; ti.
The JV. C. Farmer for March is .be
fore us.' It is filled with interesting and
valuablo reading for the farmer and
others. Published at Raleigh by Jar.
II, Konis, SI a year in advance.
The justly celebrated Mendelssohn
Ouintelte Club, of Boston. Mass.. will
give ono of their charmlug musical en
tertainments in this city on the 22nd of
. ; r . . I c i
pressed himself very warmly in fayor putter m. r; ,
of Wilmington. Ho thinks that we r ' tha obligations of fastine: Persons
ought to have the appropriation, and under twenty-one years of age ; the
says that he will most cheerfully do sick; nursing women; inose wno are
. I .LI A JM . 1. horn I o hnr all nhn
all that ho can to second Col. Gran's 1"- r rt t ZuUnnT.
efforts. lie thinks that we may get as prejadice to their health.
UftUklft w .p.wv.ww W -w W V.M I iJ . jjj mJVMwi..iwM. mww ww.
purpose and Col. Green says that he has meat will be allowed at all meals on
orllnnt rPBnna for IhinVini- that tho ouuuajra, V"-" -vJO
All oar goods will be sold st the vory lowest
living prices. j. is. Jiuuuia & uu
feb 27 Star copy !
Bees for Sale.
IKAVE TWELVE COLONIES OF ITAL
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IAN BEES, la patent hives, which I will sell
cheap for cash.
14 Chestnut Street. V
tarJ tethorities have decided April next, under' tho auspices or the
Jf ,, Lf Wonl of command, ba- Wilmington Library Association.
committee will report favorably.
Col Green also expressed himself as
hopeful ot obtaining lights lor the mouth
of the Cape FcarJlivcr and also an ap
propriation for the improvement of
Wo hear that the police officer who
was so terribly cowmdea on xaon-
Th'ursdays and Saturdays
with the exception of Holy Thursday
and the second and last Saturdays . of
10. Persons dispensed from .fasting
on account of tender or advanced age,
hard labor or delicate health, are not
bound by the restriction of using flesh
meat at one meal on the above-men
11. The faithful are. reminded that
besides the obligation of fasting! imposs
A GOLD BAND TRANSPARENT CHINA
CUP AND SAUCER AND, A POUND OF
BEST MIXED TEA j
A Cnp and Saucer given with every pound of
Tea sold. Call at CRJLPON'3 Grocery
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MW THIS TEA IS UNDER A G UARANTEE.
GEO. M. CKAJPON, At.
feb 36 lw 23 South Front St.
TTAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTBA-
JJ. tor ot the estate or Mrs. Louisa Nutt, I
hereby notify all persons having claims against
her to present the samo to me on or before the
7th February, 1885. All persons indebted to
said decedent will make payment to me.
OSCAR G. PARSLEY, Jr.
feb 6 lattCw wed i If1
100 GOOD QUAEKY HANDS, FOR Got-
ernment work at Keystone Quarries, on Cane
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Fear River, fourteen miles below Wilmington.
feb 23-Ctcort ROSS A LARA, j
INDEED IT IS TO HAVE TO EAT FOOD
COOKED IN AN OLD 'DILAPIDATED
TOVE. Indigestion, dead liver, bad temper,
bad blood, an uely face, all from that old
Stove. Goto our House and get tho CURE
for all these ills by buying one of our "Barley
Sheafs," "Golden Harveste," Farmer" or
"Southern Oaks" all good; and will smooth
oat that face at the head of tho table. Only
&y PARKER & TAYLOR. .
PURE WHITE OIL. feb 15
Home's Garden .Oysters
State Safoon, No. G. South Front St.
Ice cool Lager Beer a specialty.! The best
Whiskey ana purest Wines sold lu the city. 1
Cigars as good as the best. CaU and be con
vinced. ! ' i feb 22
lO ORDER OF BEST WAMSUTTA Shirt-
ing and No. 2100 Linen for the low price of
. :$i.oa h' '.Hi
CONCEDED TOi BE THE BEST.
They arc to be had only at the Old North
a perfect nt ana gooa substantial work guar
patrons ana customers are torn -
ed to call and leave their measures at the above
remsrkably low price at the Wilmington Shirt
27 Market St.
PCrd ai f nWl . . . ... ,
r3Thr tTo A lo ol damascd cood. will bo mad. da, night , th- he committed no KToi;. of
Ui . e.m .? "r at auction to morrow bv Messrs Cronly offense and that it was a "put up" job rnt should be in an especial manner a
l-.! .. . ce Vrigniana ICIUJ A , . . : i t -i- f- I tn ininm hi rpntitalion. From this it timnnf e&mest n raver, of sorrow for
C4lii lifi ri.-i!. I J MUUU IU iVll. l . kJKiUWtt a BHiB, I J ..--- m - - . .
car9 it firat to bo raxno I . . I . I c;n nfuvlnaion tram tha world and its
rofthea, No. 11 Market street. Theso gooos womu piu.UKi uut r:uTn-;r nS slmsriv. THURSDAY NIGHT. FEB. 28
, , ...... . .t . a I fT.tr ohrnTf1 rnrnlqh n i tirfn! mw r " : " w i T '
were camarcu augnuy at 100 nxeoi wo i 1 1-
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-ooxnas and his famous I there ana some real Darzams wiu proo-
ablj bo offered.
R coaccrj oa Sandaj afternoons In
(J Jork. Tbeyaredeaiznedtocdu
C. Qaiical taste of the workini
d 4lhe tdmUsoa -ickeu will
Kfn,'::edlolheaplojcc8 ia fac
r44 aJ rf V : i . . . . ....
fa. iQuunriai csiaoiisa
in a book of martyrs.
CapL Carraway writes the Ncics and
Observer that Gen. Gaston Lewis con
12. The raschal time extends irom
the first Sunday in Lent till Trinity
Sunday, during which time all Catholics
who bare attained a fitting age are
Vmm Mr. P. riplnahcnrcr wo hare re
ceired -Sweet Face Waltz "instrumen to find pbosphate rock all through bound to prepare themselves to receive
! i tu-j -- ..t :!. Dnniin conntv. and on 'lbursdav ne UikUUJ
Engagement of the Universal Favorites, -
BAEEB and FAERON,
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Producing for the first Ume In this clly
their NEW PLAY, a Fsxcial Com
edy L? three acts, en U tied
rjpHE BREAD WINNERS.
The Woods and Timber of .North Carolina.
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In the Coal and Iron Counties of North Car
ollna, by P. M. Hale.
A Book About Roses. How to Grow and
To Leeward. By alatlon Crawford.
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" i- i: ' For sale at " 1 -
lire Book and Music Store
,cBlUicriaav.. -v -
f tnZ .7,1 i . .
i 1 7 mJUy com ion cams an
Rosebud Lips so Fair." both ol the
latter rocaL .All three are very pretty
nd sure not at all difficult. The last
piece Is especially sweet and expressive, j
Th Wring rooms connected with!
ZftZBfcJ iS "The Government House."
bOftian to lay open a bed of it at Mr. I.
W. Best's, half a mile . from Warsaw. Star and a misguided
Heproposestodig0tonsof it. which pnbIjc.ITemg B your article care- kte wltb New Songs,
in - r-.ei- rr.-I. . Tw fully. I find It almoste Intirely compos- r - Elegant NnrCw
will be carried to Castle Haynes at lir. r T w-tin r.i,r. irA . Bcerred seats 75c and au
Hogg expense, where the doctor will if not intended to I create an unessary
New Jokes and
Reserved Seats 75c and SU 8alc opens Tues
day, Febrnary 36. feb X5-3t
hY It ftTTonnd in hia mill nd diatrihnt-1 nrediires asainst the unlortunate viciom i f . i t. nt uu -!
H. PmbablT 'SSLS Police headquarters furnished necessary . n - f'n to . , vl theoste Diabolical and premedila. IVniCKerDOCKCr Hem nUIUOrS
uM7rftoDrJBQ"cn Bi.hU Thej were l white u
rest and enlertalnment to 4 tramps ; last
looking I The largest . and. best
---r0-i -Kftnt ca Tear- of are who I Windows, Doors, IJlindJ &c
Leu. Uft-Jia auu uuwinwi tui uuuoj,w v . av n u7 ttv . o .
kt h4AvprtV0nnlM in ihiu mmnoll
r? u I., u-j, to gnUhti Wora to t-ca whipped and cca- factory prices U at N. Jacobi's Hard- pcrd thsIrJc
f lydw IpcMtoTTcrk. . M :1tts Depot. t-.1
i txtas n&a ever laxen piace m uu uotuu-ii . , t
Stock Of DltT not to enymore I lara, Trion-a, ItaglBaddles, Harness, Carrfa-
' . .-T '" . T 1 LTV IDiftMWwKUiea. .
jcagment at prcsens. i,: - ucdouqall Eowjos-as,
25 CENTS A BOX 1
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ANOTHER INVOICE OF OUR SPLENDID
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TOILET SOAP, 53 cents for box of 12 eskes.
this day received. This ii a perfumed Toilet
Soap whkb Is really good 'and cheap, Vtipply
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Iiu( a want which has always existed. We are
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exhibiting a magnlflceat line 'of Toilet 'and
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Ca&tUa Soaps, ill grades, and equally as cheap
as oor Us drive. Please call If only to inspect.
JcSXICXi r feb IS
lio. Hi Korta rrsat St I feb 13 HUND3 BS03. A PX0IOS3CT,