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Fr 0f the city. at U" brr.
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n. . :aorc"criticrfinda!t with
rin-that be is listless and
txihlp Krcnl Ktstcrn is to be
. . ..; 'restaurant at tho Anl
uvd a a
r? tir0-00 .
Y. .Uo have a $200,000
racur j. rbi!adelphU capitalist
(x&tet half the rormey .
Tirt Eojrfand and hunt with the Pjth-
:?J houads in yotthamptonshire.
(;n. HranThTsTow cnlirely
tl tr,::i hi in?. and can bo seen
driTir2 in antral Park everyattcrnoon.
MM.Un7trj. the . close of her
:n thU country, will return to Ixn
doa asi buiid a theatre on her own ac-
o-iwn Victoria is said io look older
thaa Uforo her illness. Her hair is
mbiuciczasJs will soon be called
i, O Varo this week 320 newly
doctor bite bccQ athorized to
irJ trcscribc for suffering
rll n. rU H-c leading railway and
iirtrabcatnusaxerin Florida, is put
Jja br Henry V. Grady as worth
K i (ireen, a lad of thirteen, has been
ccasuiicdin New York as a confirmed
r'r:alarJ. Ho has been on a continu
ed iprte erer since Christmas
CoL John A. Sloan will soon resume
ilittfti- of Korth Carolina in the
U ir between the State," two num
trs of which have boon already pub-
Tbe re-election of tho Prince of Wales
uCrand Master of the Freemasons
wiich will occur on the 5th ol March
w.:! tha occation of a great Masonic
The Iindon newspapers are making
serrj orcr tho BismarckLaskcr inch
dat. They say no offence was tntenu
ed. The resolutioa was simply
diced with thanks.
Matihew Arnold was frank enough
to tell a Boston reporter that the pri
mary object of his American tour was
to male money, and his expectations
in that respect have been fulfilled.
Occ of the propositions advanced by
Paris workingmcn is that alladebts to
foreigners shall be declared cancelled,
isd that no interest shall be paid on
tia national debt for ten vears.
Amon-the curiosities ol beggary in
Taxis is an o!d man who plies his trade
ca horback. because his legs aro para
liied. A woman appears eTcry day in
tie Hue Montmartro pushing a neat
hlt'e baby carriage containing a very
pretty nd well dressed baby. Tho
Bother has a sweet voice, and realizes
zilt a sum by singing.
The cheap cab system has beea ins
isnralcd in Now York. Twenty-five
was cae been built as an experiment
uaeoj: of about $1,000 each. Tho
rue has been Cxed at twenty-firo cents
5r mile, and it is said there is abun
ieeol capital to make tho experiment
sthcrouihono II successful, hundreds
cfcabs will be put on the varioas thor
Miucari is making rapid progress in
calih asd indostriai matters. Tbo
i'aUsUcs far last year have just been
ai tcV.Ic. from which it appears
JUiAblo property in tho State
t2a,U3. an increaso of $6.
niorerthe valuation of 1SS2. and
H.$.co) 0Ter ut of 1681. The
Uxes collected last year amount
A fes::CmaL of education and expe
r.ecce aitcrtises in a Des Moines
J?r speeches for members of the
L'iU'.aiare. He will prepare at short
fcotke aidrevsea for or azainst prohibL,
n. woman suffrage, or any other
itc: desired His terms are $5 for
aaraiculeV speech, and $2 for each
dUonai fiTe minutes, satisfaction
riarastccdnand confidence observed."
CO F1U in S!4 Hours!
ei.7.ei!apIoJcd,omeor,he best physl
n;" wrote Wm. E. Tanner: of
eJ?!' ?vl hey U wid 7 child
rw'v w tare llScimartian
PcSl mdn effected a
,ca2lCwo.1, Druggists, .
VOI,. VIII. ; WILMINGTON. N. C, SATURDAY. MARCH .1.
The gross raluo of the city of London
n Aprilneit will be 4.237.000. and
h ratable value 3.582.000. while th
Cross value of tho rest of tho metropolis
will bo $30,745,000 arid the ratable
25.372.000. Thasj despilo the rapid
growth ol tho metropolis, the oo square
mile of the city keeps up Us proportion
of about one seventh of the ratable
value of the whole square miles.
The ilaudwritlnj; of Kmtneat
New Yokk The fjirit of Tltc
Tirnts ss: Dan Mace, the champion
driver, who during tho past twcnty-Dve
years piloted millions of dollars worth
of horseflesh to victory, and who now
holds forth at the Excelsior Stables.
West 29th stmet. writes thai the regards
St. Jacobs Oil the greatest pain euro in
existence. "For man or beast nothing
equals it," says the proprietor of the N.
X. Club Stables. Mr. C. M. Priest as
good a judge of horseflesh as ever stood
in shoe leather.
IMDEX TO MEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Tatlok's Bazaar riats ;
.J W Coxolet CUj Drug Store
Uebcsbeboeb PIaooh and Orpins
Opera House Light 'O London
C W YATEa Cheap SUnclxrd Works
aIuxds Bros. & DeRosset DruggUls
Day's length 11 hours and 29 minutes.
There was no City Court ibis morn
We gain this month
Sunset to-morrow altcrnoon at 57
minutes past 5 o'clock.
This month has five Saturdays, five
Sundays, and five Mondays.
Ono white tramp applied (or lodgings
at police headquarters last night.
There was one interment in Bellevue
Cemetery this week, that of a child.
I, i ,
Nor. barquo 1'rudenlia, Hansen,
hence, arrived at Hamburg Feb. 26th
There were iwo interments in Oak-
dale Cemetery this weeks, both adults.
Ger. barque Erwin, Laughinrichs,
cleared at Antwerp. Feb. 27th, for this
There was oncl interment in Pine
Forest Cemetery this week, that of an
Steamboatmen report that the river
is falling slowly, but there is good boat
ing water jet.
The Manitoba weather of yesterday
has mitigated considerably in severity
during the day.
Norwegian barques Jernacs, Neilscn,
and xva7,Henricksen, hence arrived at
Liverpool Feb. 23th. j
To-morrow is known in the Church
Calendar as Quadragesima Sunday, or
tho First Sunday in Lent.
German barque Richard, Paske.
henco, for Hamburg, arrived at Port
and, England. Feb. 27th.
The condition of Owen Burney, who
was stricken with paralysis a few days
since, remains unchanged.
The Register ol Deeds issued thrco
marriaro licenses this week, one of
which was for a while couplo and two
for colored couples. i
We invite the attention of our citizens
to tho fact that first quality shirts aro
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wllmlggton Shirt Factory. tl.
Wo understand that tho ladies ol the
Dorcas Society of St. Paul's church wilj
have a Flower Festival in tho new
building corner Sixth and Princess
streets, on next Wednesday night.
Tho scarcity ot fish in our market
continues. IThcre were so fw this
morning that it scales were eatable
there would hardly bo ono for each per
son in the city, and that is a scaly con.
dition gf things.
The pavers j were at work to
day paving Dock street, between Water
and Front streets. The stones used
were those taken from Water street to
make room for the new block pave
ment which is being put down there.
The March number of; this pleasant
publication is at hand and the misceHa
ny of contents presented- by it is very
attractive. It is edited and controlled
by ladies and it is as proper & publica
tion to be placed in tho hands ot girls
and young women as can be found
anywhere. It Is Interesting, amusing
and Instructive. ; Published at Loois
Tilie, Ky., at $3.50 a year.
Now is the time to give Smith's Worm
Oil. - lydw L
Below we give a list of the contr ibu
tors to the cyclone sufferers with the
amounts given by each, with the ex
ception of a few instances where -no"
names were given. It will be seen
that the total amount already sab-;
6cribed is $1,151.20. ana" we are in
formed that it is being constantly
G W Williams & Co , $25; Navassa
Guano Co., $50; H A Bagg, $5; R W
nicks. $10; Historical Pub. Co., $10;
B F Mitcholl & Son, $1G; J A Springer,
$5; Worth & Worth. $15; W W Harris.
$2; Woody & Currie, $50; E PCoviDg
ton. $5; E Peschau, $l3; Col. Roger
Moore, $5; R M Mclntyre, $7.50;
Kenan & Forshee, $15; Edward
Kidder, $20; E Kidder & Son. $15; W
HMcilary& Co., $25; Kerchner &
CalderBros., $25; A H Greene $5,
ColJL Cantwell. $5, T F Bagley,
$50, DeRosset & Co., $5; Jno T
Rankin. $5; Che3S Carley Co., $5; E
Silly," $5; Jas G Swann, $1.00; Jno
M Clark. $1.00; Jno R Turren
linc. $12; Jas Sprunt, $10?
MJHoyer, $5;OwenFennell Jr., $5;
L Beatty, $5; A A Williams. $5; R M
Sweet, $2; J H Strauss, $2; Norwood
Giles & Co, $10; W P Oldham, $5;
George Harris & Co, $5; M Bear &
Bro. $5; A W Rivenbark, $1; C S
Lovo & CO, $5; R J Scarborough, $1 ;
Acme Manufacturing Co.' $10; Wm
Latimer. $10; M Cronly. $3; Cronly
Family. $5; F W Foster. $5; E J
Penny packer, $5; L Brown, $5; J
Fernberger, $2; W J & B F Penny,
$5; W E Springer & Co. $10; cash
$5; JohnC Heyer, $5; J EUbach, $1;
J II Chadbourn & Co. $25; cash, $1;
Sol Bear & Bro, $3 ;Merterns;& Hacker
man. $1; E H Eilers, $1; W I Gore &
Son, $5; R E Heide, $5; P Cumming
& Co, $5; Robinson & King; $5;
Mrs Durham $1; R S Radcliff; $5;
Fowler & Morrison, $5; George
Honnet, $2; M.- Schloss, $2.50,
J. C. Stevenson, $2.50 ;A. Leibman,
$3.25; John Taylor, $1; M. M. Katz,
$5; I. L. Green wald, $1; A. Shrier, $1;
S. & B. 'Solomon, $2.50; Aaron. &
Rbcinstien, $25; A. Day id, $5; R. P.
McDougall, 50 cents; Geo. R. French
& Sons, $10; E. A. Brown, $2: J. C.
Munds, $l;H. W. Malloy, $5; John
Dyer, $1; L. J. Otterbourg, $1; leash, j
$5; Evans & Vonglahn, $2; T. J.
Southerland, $2 ; J. W. Woolvin 50 cts ;
J. Samson, $5 ; Giles & Murchison, $5 ;
J II Hardin, $2; John Thees. $1; H
D Gilbert. $1.50: E.$2.-50: Parker &
Taylor, $5; Hart, Bailey & Co, $10; G
B Myers. $2; Wood, 25 cents; R W
Creech, $1;T II Smith, $2; Miss E
Karrer, $2; A Howe, $2; McGowan,
$l;J H Mallard, $1; N Jacobi. $3;
John Haar, Jr, $1; cash, $2; 11 Brun
hild & Bro$10; T C Craft & Bro, $2;
Geo M Crapon. $2; Godlrey Hart, $1;
G WLinder. $1; 11 M Bowden. $2;
Ashley Gilbert, $1; Rev TM Ambler,
$5 ; cash. $5 ; cash. $2.25 ; B L Perry ,
$2.50; II II K, $1; Holmes & Watters.
$5 ; Wm Anderson, 50 cents ; P Heins-
berger, $2.50 ; S Sternbergor, 50 cents ;
C W Yate, $1; E Van-
Lear, 50 cents; E J Powers, $5;
R II Grant & Co.. $1; Dr E A
Yates, .$6; cash, $1.50; G J Boney,
$5; Ed. Lilly. $5; B II J Ahrens,
$5; MrsBurruss, $5; cash, 50 cents;
J A Bry an 50 cents ; St J ames1 Church,
100; St Luke's Church, $10.63; St
Stephen' $37.58; First Baptist Church,
$3.03: cash, $1; St John's Church,
$40.05 ;D L Gore,$5 ; St Mark'sChurch.
by John G Norwood, $8; Bank of New
Hanover $25; First Nat'n'l Bank, $25;
cash, 25 cents; Adrian & Vollers, $40;
S P McNair, $5; J S McEachern, $5;
B F Hall, $25; Mrs Baker. $25; Ed
Everett, $5; Everit & Davis, $5; J W
Gordon, $5; AD Brown, $2. Total,
In this court, yesterday, the consid.
eratlon ot appeals from this district
was resumed and the following, among
others, were disposed of: -
William Strickland vs. H. H. Draugh-
Pam, from Sampson; petition to rehear;
continued for absence of counsel.
May Morrill et als vs. a. J. Murrill
et als., from Onslow ; set for hearing at
he end of the docket.
Ger. barque Lucy' & Paul, Andreis,
cleared to-day for Stettin, with 3.375
barrels of rosin, valued at $4,900.
shipped by Messrs. E. Peschau &
Westermann, Schr. Florence -Y. Tower
Wilson, cleared for Mayaguez, P. R.
with 113 599 feet of lumber, valued at
$2,203,41, shipped by Messrs. E.
Kidder & Son., making a total of ex
ports foreign ol $7,173.44. . - j
The receipts of cotton
at. this port
to-day foot up 117 bales.
Lace Gurtainsj &c, &c.
4 n White Flannel, Emb'dlFlannel and Flannel Sacquing.
BLACK CRAPE for Trimming and Veils ; these goods have been '
" " - . ' pronounced very cJieap.
CARPETS AND MATTINGS.
Can suit you in this line to almost anything desired J
A FEW WRAPS, very cheap, for Ladies and Children.
R. RfJ. mcirJTIRE.
feb 28, 1884 i
- Have Arrived.
The advance guard of emigrants, con
sisting of 12 persons, who are to settle
in Richmond county and vicinity, ar
rived at Laurinburg yesterday. These
were followed by GO more, who arrived
there this morning. They came from
New York, where they landed, to Ports
mouth, thence via., Raleigh and Ham
let, to their destination, j These emi
grants are from the Isle of Syke, a rug
ged island on the west ! coast of Scot
land and separated from the .mainland
by a narrow and j tortuous channel.
They are a hardy vigorous race who
have been innred to toil and are indus
trious, frugal and well j disposed and
will make make a valuable addition to
Our genial friend, Wade Harris, of
the Charlotte Observer, is the latest
holder of a lucky number. He drew a
very handsome prize at Charlotte, on
Wednesday night, and the) valuable
package was encased in lace and dimity
in blushes and smiles. At the residence
of the brides mother, Mr. Wade II.
Harris to Miss Cora Springs, both Of
Charlotte. No cards, at least there
were none for us and no cake either, so
far. God bless you Wade and may you
be happy. You are a clever fellow and
deserve to be. May you pathway lie
through green fields and under the shady
trees and may new Springs of joy arise
to cheer you'at every milestone and may
you make as good a benedict as you
have a qpill driver.
Board of Aldermen..
An adjourned meeting of the Board
of Aldermen was held at tho City
The Mayor called for the reading of
the resolution concerning the meeting,
j The resolution related to the obstruc
tion of Front street, caused by the
piazza of the building known as the
"Cape Fear Bank Building," and call
ing upon the owners of said building to
appear at this meeting and show cause
why the said obstruction should not 1 be
The owners of the building were
represented by counsel Mr. Uunius
Davis and Mr. Eugene S. Martin.
After, a full discussion a resolution of
fered by Alderman DeRosset, was
adopted, that the Chief of Police notify
the owner or owners of the said build
ing to remove the obstruction within
The Board then adjourned.
During the month ended Feb. 29th
the police made 41 arrests and lor the
following offenses: Affray, 1
male; assault with deadly weapon, 2
white males; carrying concealed
weapon, 1 colored male; cursing police
while on duty, 1 coldred male ; disorder
ly conduct, 8 j white males, 7 colored
males, S colored females; drunk and
down, 1 white male. 2 colored males. 1
colored female; last driving, 1 colored
male; firing pistol in public streets 1
colored male: selling goods without
license, 4 white males ; larceny 5 colored
males, 1 colored female ; false pretense
colored male; suspicion. 1 colored
female; tramp, 1 white male. Of this
number there were Americans. 15
whites and 24 colored; Germans 2.
Applied for lodging during the month,
21 White males and 3 colored males.
Fines and penalties collected during th
month, $37.20; pound fees. $12.75
Places of business found open, 7. At
tempt to break and enter a store
" I would not live always, I ask not
to stay." We do not wonder, witn
such a cold as yours, but there is a
bright side to every thing, and sunshine
even for those racked with pain. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup never fails to cure
the cost stubborn cough.
Lawns, Curtain Lace,
GIVEN AWAY !Q
FOUIt DOLLARS AND EIGHT EIGHT
cents for a LADY'S FINE IMPORTED HAT,
worth Ten Dollars.
TWO DOLLARS AND
cents for a LADY'S HAT,
worth Five Dollars
ONE DOLLAR AND EIGHTY-THREE
cents for a TRIMMED HAT. worth Two Dol
lars and Fifty Cents, j
UNTRIMMED HATS of every style and
quality at equally low prices.
The entire stock of Flowers. Feathera.Birda,
Wing3, Satins and Velvets in all colors, will be
sold at Remarkably Low prices. We have to
niike room for our Sprinsr Stock, and have
consequently reduced the price of every art!
in every uepttrimeui,.
Call and convince yourself at
118 Market St.
mch 1 WILMINGTON, N. C.
THURSDAY. MARCH G,7,8,
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
LIGHTS O' LONDON
under the auspices of Snook & Collier.
Proprietors Union Square Theatre, New York.
I aiagninceni scenery ana Aiecnamcai
! Effects. I
Sale open March 4th. Reserved Seats $1.
Admission 75, 60. 25-
Want d If 0 Supernumerles. See Stage Mn
ager Thmrsday morning, March 6 at 11 a. m
inch i It i
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Druggists, Market and Second Streets,
FFER A LIMITED LINE OF VERY
fine Sponges, suitable for Nursery use at 25
Inndlible Ink, guaranteed
ood. 1j cent a
bottle. Mark your clothes an
lost ! :
A nice box of Face Powder, Pink" or W bite,
of Drugs, Chemicals and
Soaps as usual,
25 cents dozen
Pianos and Organs.
ORGANS SOLD AT THE
MOST MODERATE PRICES FOR CASH,
OR ON THE POPULAR MONTHLY IK-
STALMENT PLAN. At !
Live Book and Music 8 tore.
E ARE! CLOSING OUT CERTAIN lines
Of MEN'S BOOTS AT
COST AND LESS
It will pay to look at them before pure has
lag elsewhere. .
WE OFTEB BARGAINS ON THEM.
Geo B. French &f Sons,
108 NORTH FRONT ST.
W. & E. S. LATESIEIl,
Oflce-S. E. cot. Prtaceaa aad Water St.
jan 7 -, ;-r,,J:w:j,-
riJSASB KOT2C5. .
W wane glad to tccclvo ecaacrlcattott
fxoxa crrr fxfcadj on ary tad all subjects
8eraJ interest bat ' ' T ; .'- ' j "; ...
TLe ease ol tte writer nnat alwajs te fa
CommTmlcaUons mast be written on onl .
one eJde of .tne paper. -
PersonantSea must te avoMcd. j
f Aatl It 13 especially and particularly mid
stood that tho Editor does not alwayi cndot
tfcje vlewB of correspondents i-niew to ptate
In' the editorial oolnmns. I I
City Drug Store. !
ArER?ECT RrStl FOU THE NEW tnxit
StAre. Batloc&i gowl becaxuo goods ar
new ana prices as low as any. In fact, noth
ing old about the store except 1 ;
J. W. CO.NOLEYJ MtnJirer.
t B. rrescrlptloas compounded at all
hours day and night. i ' t -
mch I .:' f 1 I
HAVE rOR 8 ALE FKVKTiAT.
and VACANT LOIS
UOUSliS, OFFICES and STOKES
for Cent. Apply to
feb ly-lawSni Eat
United States of America,
..... I --i -
Eastern District of North Carolina.
where as. a libel has been filed In the Dis
trict Court of the United States lor the East
ern District of North Carolln, at WllmlnEr on,
lu sld District, tho 16th day ot February.lf 84, .
by John r.. Conklln and James U-Tardce,
owners of-the atcamcr Mianchsha, llbellants
against the Ball Steamer ; Minnehaha, her
tackle, apparel and furnltura. and airalntt
James 11. AlcGowan and wJfe Sarah J. Mc
(Jowan, and e gainst Frank Wllklneon, Master
or 8 si Bieamcr.annojrainsi au oiner persons
claiming an Interest therein, allcelne In sub.
a a .
stance that heretofore one Joseph lilsbeeand
James M. McGowan being! Indebted to one
Oscar F. Earle.of MUford.New Haven county,
Connecticut, tho said IMsbccln order to secuie
the said Indebtedness did ex ecu to and deliver
to the said Erie a mortgage of the said steamer
together wlih her appurtenances, and there
fore, for value, the said Ear'e had sold and as
signed the said indebtedness to tho said libel
lants and bad assigned also to them the said
mortgago tccuriiy, whereby they had become
the legal owners of the said steamer, her
tackle, apparel and furniture, and that tho
condition of tho said mortgago had been bro
ken by the said mortgager whereby tho libel
lint had bocomo entitled to the possession of
the said steamer with the power to scU the tamo
by tho terms of the said i mortgage, and aUo
that tho said Sarah J. McGowan claimed to
have a second morfgage upon tho said steamer
from the said Bisbee to her to secure certain
indebtedness duo from him to her, and that
she together with tho said Wilkinson, were
claiming to be entitled to the possession, held
the said steamer and refused ou demand to de
liver her to said llbellants. And pray log pro
cess against said steamer, her tackle, apparel
and furniture, and the samel algtt be sold
and the proceeds thereof be first .appropria
ted to the payment of the said secured debt,
eo as above assigned to, and belonging to llbel
lants, together with costs, charges and ex
penses. 1 !.,.!
Now, in pursuance of the monition under '
the seal of the said Court to me directed and
delivered, I do hereby give""pub He notice to all
persons claiming the said sieamcr, her tackle,
apparel and furniture, or In any manner In
terested tuereln, that they be and appear-before
he said JLlstrict Court, to be held for.
Eastern District of North Carolina, at Wil
mington, on the fourth Monday after tho first
Monday in April next, then and there to Inter
pose their . claims and to make their : allega .
tlons In that behalf. j ' j j
Dated 29th day of February; 1881. '
JOSHUA B. HILL, Marshal.
Per DAN'fkL KLEIN, Deputy Marshal.
McRae & Strange, Proctors for Llbellants.
feb 29-llt ' . v-- .!
N Superior Court,
New Hanover County.
John L. Barker, Plaint ff,
j Sarah J. Barker, Defendant.
The State of North Ca olina to tno Sheriff of
New Hanover County, fcreeUmr: , .
You are hereby commanded to summon
Sarah J. Barker to appear at tho next term of
our Superior Court, to be held at tne ourt
House in Wilmington, on tno win sionaay
after the 1st Monday in March, A, D 184, to
answer tnc complaint or tne saia rumuu,
which wis duly filed on the 10 n dayoroe-
ccniter, A. D. ib$s, in tne ooice o me uiers ox
the Superior Court of New Hanover County.
If the defendant shall fail to appear at that
time the Plaintiff wUl apply for the relief da
mnnrtnd in tha mmnlaint. tocether With tfce
coet of this action : of this summons make due
rot urn to the Clerk of our said Court for the
county of New Hanover, i Given i under my
naua ana eeai or saia ooun. uus ino xitiu uay
Febrnarv. A- 1. 1884 i
Clerk Superior Court,
New Hanovr County.
Cheap Standard Works.
CO CENTS EACH.
JJANDSOMELY BOUND JN CLOTH i
enakespeare. Byron, Scolt, Burns J Tenny.
son, Owen Meredith, Macauley, Jean Ingelow,
Household Poena. 1001 Gems of Poetry.
Green's Illatoryof the English People, 2 vols,
Lire of Napoleon, Battles or the jtepuouc,
Strickland's History of England, iDleken's
Child' History of England, Grime's House-
hold Stories, Uobinson Crusoe, Swiss ramuy
Robinson. Tom Brown at I Rugby, Scottish
Chiefs, Thaddcua of Warsaw, CblMrcn of the
the Sea, Tour of the World in 80 Daysi Myste
rious Island, Paul and VlrginU, Fox's Book of
Martvrs, Bunyan's Pilgrira Progress, &c, Jkc r
Any of the above Bent pott paid upon the .
receipt of the price W. YATE3.
leoui liv ataraet pi, w iudihhwu,
PUBLISH OUR USUAJL ADVERTISER
ment on Monday evening, but
we did not
yiCLECT our friends. This week we oEfft our
usual aisortment at prices edually as low a
i . i
heretofore and In eome articles' perhaps a' ht-
i " .
WE DO NOT SELL ADULTERATED
but the purest goods that can be obtained.
-.- I I .
All our goods will be sold st the very lowest
living prices. J. B. 1IUUG1NS A CO
Bees for Gale.
J" HAVE TWELVE-COLOSIE OFj ITAL
AN BSE3,la patent hive, whlcli I will aeU
cheap for cash. R. McDOUGALL.
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