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Tecrna ot the negroes, tho New
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ent ot the colored People eems to be
to rifor of Sector !g" - The colored
F:tss is alooatuninimoui i for him. He
LV.Iessltoaeit. He if not a milk
aaJ-wturginjike Mr. Arthur.'
Mr. Iria Muford' wh0 i3 f
n-ter of the old. original.
Laice trus-mcuctcd -Commodore"
VaaJerKX his created a sensation m
Ft-i bf Part ia wbich a11 lbe
rettUwtre ia cicaa?crie make np as
U,i'j or b;rdi. and where the caU and
POakt3t were specially successful. .
tv. c president Gonzales, of
Mexioo, isl mother ol ten children, is
cowiiticiobicartly in Housxn. Tex.
S!Ief:terfcajbAGtla year ago. alleg
isgttixctul treatment, and tried
fort wai to ttl her Ufini by keeping
a Buseryibop ia the City of Mexico.
B2lth fii'ed and is now living on
wixl little mean, are left her.
TLa leading real estate firm in llich
bsoqJ Itatcs that not within ten years
tiratbcT rtcetTed so many inquiries
frca the North and Northwest abou1
Vigiaia lands as they have had within
tbe latt ninety days. They state that
from the tone of their Western corres
pendents it looks as if thcusands of
ianus 01 1
thmo thrifty fsrmtrs are about to
ta Virginia to avoid the long, co
ten and destructive storms io s miner.
So taiay different methods have been
Copied in Illinois for choosipg the Re
pobacaa Katioosl delegates that confu
tes is hkely to result. In some districts
lie committee his taken upon itself this
dsty sad Uktwise the naming oi a pres
idential elector. Senator lagan's
fr-isd are opposed to this plan; and
advise that where the district chooses
iliowndelczites it be done by a called
coavesrioa and thst the namins of elec
ton he postponed bclhe present.
The Wuhicjton correspondent ot
tie Loaisv ille Ihsi ny : Tho truth is ,
txzig.l is absolutely roaster of tho
Bocst. He bu tea times tho influence
b list body to-day that Carlisle has
tsi. what is more he wields It with a
Bi:cr hied. The more thoughtfu1
ttatots of the party are rapidly rally-
hg around hiai. Every question to
wiica be addresses himself is managed
ita comumate skill and ability.
Seaitor Voorhecs look advantage of
ceetiog of Indiana Democrats in
Wuileitoa recently to define his posi-tca-
Ht favors a tariff for revenue so
tdjaiud as to protect American Indus-
the retention of the tax on whisky
d tobacco, the forfeiture of unearned
3d iraats. the pcroetuation of the
rieaback and silver coinage, opposition
to prohibitory legislation and equaliza
toof soldiers bounties and liberal
ill? CDrt warcs 1110 Democrats
taiihej had better 50 slow in attempt
to cat down the tariff. He is per
v.ed a policy which looks towards a
epi2i redaction of duties will be
7T h i not in the field bimsclt
raJ- at he favors Tildea as he
tbeurtsrdito run. On the Re
Faiucia Ude he believed General Sher
cta coa!don the largest vote.
Tie LTnchhnrtr '- fTn...
. ? Fcb:i-ed a letter from the recre-J
. . ,c Prty or New York capi
clTencg to sabscribo one half of
uiaoaai toward the erection of a
factory ia Lynchburg, to. cost
iWO.cxo or tiOO.000. This at once
d responses from two Lynchburg
OQohscribingSl0.00O and the
$3,000 towards the enterprise.-
irJ5UUr h to U JOAtically can
used, and there is every prospect that
r hscriptiona to start a cotton fac-
cost half a mUlioa dollan
Now UthstiaetogiveSxaith's Worm
IIOII TO EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
The Science of Life J
SiiKtKUs-Ckthls j "
No Morj 1
Capclno I'orui rUslcfe
The World's CvctopclU
Joiijf n Aliex Cjcloiclli
TmjU CcSchrilcl Minl.U Uoolinx
Ja n 1Ili.ui.nh A Co Dc Careful.
C W Vat- Cheap Etan!nl Worfcs
M M K.iz 5prlnic aavl Summer Gool a
Wo Bin, Ltvi A Co t Ire I'roof Paint
1 I. Bkiuokbh & Co The Sux&r Market
J W Tatujk. Agt Dry Blocks and Slab)
IIkixsbkhoek Art andualc Emporium
W E SraXNGKit A Co Sjiortfimaa'A Goods
iicxDa Baos. A DeUosslt Sotla Water
Pabks A TATLOK-JJeautlfal Bird Cages
Tnos C. CnArr, Agt Elegant Furniture
McDoloall A Bowdzx "TtelOld lilck-
uornvaus iiarotn council no. mi, i.oyai
For other locals sco fourth page.
signal was Hying this
Nor. barque Apollo, Melsora, hencr,
arrived at London Mar. 21st.
The fish-market has been rather poor
jy supplied for the last few days.
Aus. barque Lcda, Tarrabocchia,
cleared at bavannan. Mar. 22nd; for
Notvithstandins the unfavorable
weather the churches of the city were
very well attended yesterday.
Cornelius Harnett Council No. 231
Royal Arcanum, meets to-night at 8
For Flower Pots and Hanging Bas-
kcts call at tho 5 and 10 Cents Store,
No. 16 South Second street J t
This has been a real April day of
sunshine and showers, and vegetation
has advanced wonderfully under their
The pavers are doing good work and
are getting along towards Chestnut
...u,. . r.a. ... Ani,i k.. nrni
Street as fast S3 COUld bO CXpCClea.
10 the fact
. ; ' ; : . . I
lie me auentioa ui uurcuueus
that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. . tf.
One white tramp was accommodated
with lodgings at 1 police headquarters
last night, and was ordered, to proceed
on nis travels mis morning.
! .! '
Mr. G. M. Carr, of the Goldsboro
Messenger, arrived in the city last
night, and left for j Scithvillc. in the
interest of his paper this morning.
Mr. C T. Willis, proprietor of the
Tarborough Opera House, and former
ly editor and proprietor of the Tar
borough Guide, was iu! tho city t
day. . '
Uusiocss continues ratter uull on
change, the dealings in cotton and naval
stores being rather limited, although
the arrivals of tho latter during tho last
jew days have been quite large.
The farmers, iu tho couutry, arc
complaining of the long-continued wet
weather. They are all ready to begin
farming operations for the year, but
owing to the wet they ard compelled to
There are a great many strangers in
the city, many of whom are from the
North, while there are quite a number
here from the surrounding country
hoping to obtain relief from suffering
ihrouzh the instrumentality of the
There is quite a boom in building ia
this citv iast now. many old structures
being io the course of alterationi and
repairs while a number of new ones
are in courscof construction. There
has been almost a stand still in this
evidence of prosperity and thrift for
some time past, and wo are glad to see
tho change to greater activity m the
building interests. It is the fdawn ot
brighter prospects, and we expect be
fore the season has passed to see a great
many new buildings erected, such as
Will DO au ornament wiuu tikj.
Farmers wishing to be successful
with ihccD should euard them against
evoasnra But if iu shelterine his
hwn the farmer exposes himselt and
catches cold, he must use Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. j
Fire and Water.
'Moll's Fire and Waterproof RofiDg i
raint" is said to be just what it claims
to be in every particular. Messrs.
Worth, Lcry & Coi, ot New York, are S
the proprietors, and Mr. C. L. Wright,
of LhiscitT. is acent for its sale and
will make a public iest of the fire-proof
qualities of the paint in a . few days, so
th,t all may seo and be convinced. See
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TLMlNGrTOK N. C.. MOKDAY. 'MARCH- 24, 1884.
1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Dry Blocks.and Slabs,
gEXD IN YOUR ORDERS.
BLOCKS. 50 ocnU jer load.
SLABS. S3 cent per ktad, or
3 load for $1.
J. W. TAYLOR, Agent.
men 21 It Harrison Saw Mill
IfK HAVK TIIK FINEST ASSORTMKNT
f I of EDellah and Bclzlum Breech Loaders
ever brought to this market. Also a first.
cIass Block of Sheila, Warding, Prlmers.Cart
rldgo Bags. Gun Caps, Game Bags, Ac. In
fact we can snow a stock of Hardware. Good
goods and guarantee prices.
w. is. si'musu co..
Pucccaaors to John Dawson A Co.,
men 21 , 19. 21 and 23 Market 8u eet
The "Old Hickory
TAUM WAGON, CARRIAGES, BUGGIE&,
" CarLq. ( Dravs. nnirirv Harness. Carriacc
Harness, Bockaway Harness, Truck Harness
Cart and Dray Harness, Collars. Hames
Blind Bridles. Trunks ot all klnd.Bags, Sacks
and Satchels. Repairing promptly dose by
MCDOUGAI A BO WD EN,
Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture Store,
TN MAKING YOUR PURCHASES ' OF TAi
BLE SUPPLIES to avoid the so called low
prices at which some goods are advertised. It
wm pay you to buy first class goods only.
. ... . i ,
1 our Grocer, If reliable, will not palm off in
ferlor goods at seemingly low prices In order
to eet or retain your custom. Every article
we sell is guaranteed to be precisely as repre
sented. An examination 01 our shock is so
licited ; every part of which will be sold at as
low prices as similar goods can be had clse-
I J. B. HOGGINS &,CO.
men 21 Starccpy
"When the robins nest again,
Whpn the stars are shining bright;'
WWIIENTIIE SUNNY ORB IS LOSING
her tavh throticTi Helnshercer'a wlnrJnwo
among the amaranthine beauties that so elab-
ment, ail of you should uuiize the opportunity
oraiejy aecorate tae interior or ms estaousn
10 witness a newly and handsomely renovated
Masterpieces of Art from the most noted fields
of crayon, pencil and bru.-h, both in Kurope
an,1TA,mfrirf- Special representations of-Ru-
ral Life 1 the Isle of Jersey. Latest Parisian
designs In fancy goods of exotic export. .
Doors open at all hours. Free concerts.
ret bare4lns Ac
You can benefit yourself greatly by calling at
rucli -21 Live Book and Music Store.
SPEIKG & SUMMER
1ST O "W" O IF IE 3T I
116 Market St.
All the Latest Novelties I
Gloves, Hosiery, 1
Men and Boys' Wear,
ALL AT PRICES LOWE THAN THEY
HAVE BEEN FOR YEARS.
And which In Texture, Wear and Durability
will give satisfaction.
MORE PARTICUllAES IN A FEW DAYS.
CAIX AND GET SOME OF THE SPECIAI
BARGAINS AT '
m. rj. icatz'i
116 market St.
WITH AN ENORMOUS STOCK OF
WE NOW EXTEND TO THE CITIZENS OF 'WILMINGTON, Strangers
visiting our city, and the people of North Carolina generally, a most
cordial invitation to visit us and view the
Choicest, Cheapest, Most Complete and Varied Stock
Wvery respect tojbe seen 4n a Hetail Clothing House intheState;
and we are not afraid to come right out and say that we are
willing to put up ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, to
some charitable institution, that we sell all
i grades of Clothing from ,
! I -1
TEN TO TWENTY PER CENT. -CHEAPER
than any other concern in Wilmington.
Every man is welcome to call and
pare with those of other houses. Whether you buy or not it will do you good to
visit . ' i .
a fKi iri n re rax 3
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER
114 MARKET 1ST.
men 24 I I
i i. m m
RENTZ-S ANTLE Y
NOVELTY AND BURLESQUE COMPANY!
Presenting a Phalanx of
16-Bcantifal and Talented Lady Artists-16
j Followed by a j
SUPERB OLIO OF SPECIALTIES !
DON JOSE, the Spanish Dude.
Reserved Seats $1. General Admission 7 ,
50c. Gallery 25ci Box Sheet opens March 24,
at Dyer's, i men 20 thsmt
JJAS CREATED A DEMAND FOR SODA
WATER. Our Magnificent Apparatus is ready
to supply the public with Vichy, Deep Recfr,
Tate Epsom and Soda.
For the present we shall have the following
Syrups, others to be added: Lemon, Nectar,
Vanilla. Glneer. Sarspaiilla. Sherbet, Orange,
RasDberrv. Strawberry. Pineapple, (last from
tne iruits tnemseivesj ana conee. wmcn wi
bined with pure fresh Cream forms a delicious
We are determined to make a reputation it
Soda Water, to keep It, and consequently to
tclllt. . I
I MUKDJ5 iSISOS. UEKUSSfi I j,
mch 21 Druggists, Market Street.
rpIIIS IS WHAT THE LADLES SAY alter
viewing the large stock of i'UUJIIXUkk ex-
hibited In our cosy warerooms.
New patterns of WINDOW SHADES and
CURTAIN LOOPS received this week.
Now is the time to have your old furniture
repaired, mattresses renovated and awning
put up by
THOS. C. CRAFT, Agt.,
! Furniture Dealer,
mch 24 20 So. Front Street
The Sugar Market
jPPEARS TO BE'DISTURBED TO some
extent by the prevailing lew prices. No use
to reduce the tariff on this article now, for the
Wilmington retail groceryinen propose to sup
ply you at cost prices, with tariff thrown in.
We don't quote prices, but guarantee , SAT
ISFACTORY PRICES In every department.
Nice variety of PICKLES just received
CHOW CHOW- GHERKEN3. MIXED AlfD
Our leading brands of WHISKEYS Cape
Fear, Stuart's and Marten's arc still popular
for medicinal purposes.
P. L. BBLDGEBS & CO.
HO Nortn Front 8t.
Beantifnl Beautifol !
JgIRD CAGES THAT LEAD tne Market.
call and see for yourself. Fire Clay Cfclmnej
Flues, Cook Stoves, Tin Ware, Pumps, Light
ning Rods. . . i
: PARKER AxTATXOR-
PUES.TnnTE OIL. men 24
examine our Goods and Prices, and cons-
Doubly Valuable. I
The most economical and effective external
remedy is Benson's Capcine Ponis Plaster.
Price 25 cents. mch 24 ixr
0fW rl-PB A
6ver300,C03 subjects and 5,000 illustrationsj
nnmiimiw nura. 2ft vninmM. idrr- net am
inatlon before payment on evidence of good
faith. 'NOT eold by dealers pi ices too low.
juiiN ii. ! al.ujk, I'uuusner,
IS VeseySt., N. Y. P. O. Box 1227.
mch 24 4vv
I have a positive remedy for the above disease ; by its
tiso thousands of cases of the worst kind and of Ions
standing bare been cured. Indeed, eo strong is my
faith in its efficacy, that I will send TWO BOTTLES
FREE, together with a VALUABLE TREAT18K on
this disease, to any sufferer. Gire express and P. O.
address. Dii. T. A. SLOCUALlSlPsaxlSUllew York.
Resembles fine leather; for Roofs, Outside
Walls, and Inside in place of plaster. Very
strong1 and durable. Catalogue with testimo-
nials and samples FREE. Established 1866.
W. II. FAY & CO.. Camden, N. J.
NO MORE EYE-GLASSES.
Blore Xl sssg- Eyes.
A Certain, Safe and Effective Remedy Ifor
WEAK AND INFLAMED
Producing Long Sightcdncsa, and Re-
storing the feign tor the um.
Cures Tear Drops, Granulation, Stye Tumors,
Red Eves, Matted Eye Lashes, and Pro-
1 ducing Quick Relief and iPerma-
ncnt Cnrc. I
Also, equally efficacious when used in other
maiiP Riirh aa uiMM-s. Fever . Sores. Tn-
mors. Salt Rheum, it urns, rues, or wnerever
Inflammation exists, MITCHELL'S SALVE
mav be used to advantage.
Sold by all Druggists at 25c.
266th Edition. Price Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID
1liniU TUVCTI C y- j
(llViff I II I Ukkl
A GREAT MEDICAL WORK ON MANHOOD.
Exhausted Vitality. Nervous and Physical
Debility, Premature Decline In Man, Errors
every man. young, middle aged and old. It
fi fnond hv the Anthor. whMe flsncr!-
ence for 23 years is such aa probably never
"C1UA i.'i" y-.rV" i-Zl vTJ " 7,T .
pages, UUUIiU 111 ucauuiui x i vuui musuu, cm
bossed coders, full gilt, guaranteed to bea
finer work In cverv sense-mechanical, literary
1 n r Wm-m irA. 4r anM tn I
refunded hi every instance- Price only $1.00
by mail, post-paid. Illustrative sample 6 cts.
Send now. Gold meUi awarded jthe author
bv the Nallonal Medical AssociaUon, to the
officers of which be refers.
This book shoul'l be read by iue young tor
.v".r A t,AM v,f
wk will not be nef nl. wbetberyoutu. parent.
guardian. Instructor or elergymaji ronaaf .
Aiinress me rcawur uaiu i
in. . rar.T, """n
Boston. Mass.. who may be consulted on aU
.uni rerinlrln skill and experience.
Dr. W. II. Parker. No. 4 iiousncn street.
Chronic lad obstinate aisee8 teat nave
bS thVkW of all lTS aT otllr
iiot ST H YS E L F
stance of failure. mch 2-dAw iw
I Sell all Kinds
COUNTRY PRODUCE ON COMMISSION.
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"r. rafrct vrKT w SiisiVk
JUT Refers to Bank of New UAnoveT.
. i 1
ihnTi PfHHr,n 41s no sn..imn I lu "t rout palm i ever sai
free. 5JC. 000 Volumes. Choice Books I .. '
w wta be glad to receive conasaalcation
from cur friends a any and all rstjecu
The naae of tie writer east always be fa
tSafcedtokeEIUoT. T i 4
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v.Tim-niraaoaatncst b wrlttoi oa eat
one side of the paper. 5 ' . !
Personalities must bo avoided
" especsauy ana parucxilarly uad
um jwator aoea aot alwayi eadoi
Clio tVsws of correspondesta unkac wo atau
to the editorial eohxrma. 1
FIRE ! FIRE I
' -do ' '
Something to your, ntercst!
Fire arid Water-Proof
llooling Paint 2
C. L. WRIGHT, ACT. FOR NORTH CARfltUA.
ELGVO GOOD REASONS FOU USING OUR
1- IMs guaranteed Flro Proof I"'
f j t 1 guaranteed Water Proof. .
s, I it is a prcserrativc of wood or metals.
4. It costs less than ordinary ithtat. l
R It contains no oil or acid. i
. It is an ornament to any building.
7. It will Eton an ordinnrw rvf fmm iv
ing.. . - ' I I : I' II
. It will not wash off or stain water.
1. It will not rlr ailn r i h;
10. It Is durable, and will last longcti thnn
y other paint. , T- T l
11. It will stand and coKl wi.itiir.
Why do we paint the sides of our buildings
audtleavo the most exposed part, tho roof.
If a tin or shbiffle roof Ia IcAv'tr. in tint frf
irSS.,?"!6, .' newly, covering, but use
wii a ilKK JLSU WATK.lt
I PETERSBURG TESTIilOis'lALS.
We, the undersigned, having had ejhinitlc
and Lin roofs n.nintnd with Mnti4 i.tnt v.. .
terand Fire Proof Paint, feel no hesltaUon
i" ."u". iarJ( " vcn entiro. satis-
v 1 1 ? i Vfwi?..;nW d
anysooc1, 5-IAKWlOK. (shingle).
I iU 1,1. . J. IA I Mill, inn)
Mr. L. D. Mott, Jr., "
ar &ir. Tins u to certify that I have u-md
V atct and Fire Proof Paint on hyomI
eaky roofs, and since they were painted with
rour l'alnt they have not leakod atlall. I
Hf!?' I" na
the "Mott's Palut" as
v. I- ,
Dear Sir: Your Water Proof Palnt.uscd on
my kitchen and stable roofs, gives entire idtls-
iacuen. iiotn oitneso roots lea
since you applied your .Paint 1
and we have had, since tsc wlork was done,
some heavv rains
I take It I :am but dolsg
you justice, as welll as
that 1 consider Ii a llrsttass Itoflng l'alnt.
This Paint was, by my direction aH Chairman
of the Public Property CohimUtco f this
"yi appnea to a part oi one of the Market
uubcs, una it gave entire, satisfaction. I
K. A. OOODWYN.
Mr. L. D. Mott. Jr. It Is with Pleasure
that I add to Hie testimony of the excellency
of ypur Fire and Water Proof Paint. Tho
tiu roof of my printing houso leaked badlj
but since you applied your Itoottn
uut smco you applied your Jtoonng P
has not leaked at all. tfotwltstanulnff Isomo
neavy rains nave laucn. i cuecriuiiv recom
mend your Paint to all who have leaky roofs.
JNO. II. EOE.
We also refer to: J. T. Yo
(From retersburg'Isnfex-ArrEALj Jan. 2lth,
Tiuei jlnd Not Foixvn WavtivoJU Tk
tegt of the : lire proof qualities of Mr. kotfs
rojollng paint was made on Courthouse aVenuo
I last evening.lln the presence of a -large J nnm-.
ucr vjl Eiivcwtiors, uuu me orticaifiaiifliftoioniv
csiaousiied au in&i was ciauneu lor tho Paint.
A small house made of dry plno covered with
a thin coat of paint, was placed undtr a pile
of shavings upon which six trallons of ksro-
senc Oil was poured and Ignited. The flames
leaped nigu into tne air ana burned furiously
for forty minutes. Finally tho bouse Was
raked from the debris and drenched with
kerosene oil, which burned off clean, leaving
the jvood unicorched, as any onio may sco who
nas me curiosity to can at tito waitrmu note'.
TV ho to ft la rtn vlillilHi i tniiiir fitn aIiIaoi
of the test, which on account of the caution
I ot the authoriUes was not as severe as usual,
I was not to prove the lmifOsslliUltv of dextrov
big the bx by lire, but to low that the paint
1 is an effective protection against the ordinary
! accmenta which causes lire. Tnia was imaia
s l'lall to our mind that it has bccnWctcr.
mineil to treat the roof of thelJTlEX-ArrEAL'fi
building to a coat of It as soon as tho house la
remodeled. Another, and In our opinion,
moro valuable ; quality of the palat Is Its lm-
1 1' mwubukm w at;r, jua,.uj n. uro
ty for leaks In old Sbbigled and tinned
en the inside and kerescne oil poured into one
ana water into tne etner witnont toe sngniest
effect uion tho paper. The boxas with their
contents can alio be see a at the Walthall hotl
to-day. Persons who may bayo leaky roofs.
or who may wish to guard against fire should
give Mr. Mott a call and learn from Idm about
the matter. Wc have no hesitation In saving
that he has a pood article which is worthy of
tho attention of pronertv owners.
Orders rcspectfullr solicited. )fr. C'L.
Wright, the General Agent for the Stale. Is at
tuc I'urctu lionse, ana wui ue piaasci io re
celre orders anddve all lnformatlen required.
i extract above, as nai in Jt'eicrsuurg, win ix
made in ibis city, duo notice ei umc ana
,w w "vl27lS2i? . "
, Pronrtetor- frata of North Car.flna.
I ' L. nr m
Economy ib Wealth.
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T7I i' EAU3 V1I.L I UK
CIIASE A HOME. Bulhllns LoU for 1', -. .
i - . - - J;
l , , , . IS til
w" iua-4iUJt-,i i,lAa u i
Ann, Orange. Mulberry Gel
r n,kfn vnrrth nfth -iiitb
vrose, u wynn, Rankin, Four lb, nun, sixtii.
fvstnty, Viltri K,ltU m-vfn
bcvcath ion, Eigbth, fcicth, Dickinson,
.twh wi it,, m,,,. rLw.,
I aio. nouses ana ua ior saie.
iroey wuuuag w uuiu
1 APP7 w JAMEJ wiLSO V
mi ir -sir r is It
TlIC W. If. & O.Ii.luCO
I --"v' If
TTAS OPENED ITS OFFIC ATlli Prln
The Secretary wUl xecfive uberlj
twt v . ., y . - . i . ,
11 11 1Ot ' ,
& nn fl 10 i?ATifQ arrival
XX la tne city, axe On
of the '
i rf- AtVfL"
I ja IX Drujfaiid Pr:cxlpUon Store
I'iantcrs .Mechanics Bank; Johi Mann, At
torueyatLaw: F. Gallagher, Depjuty Collect
or, and J A. Warwick Bro . Commission