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e i circulation, qf any newspaper
n .irr-h.fA in Montreal now use
t-e electric lijcht.
.- f,,n one-half ol the lawjers of
fr!ia are Hcbrcwa.
Electric lubts baro jast been intrc
,!jCv1 into the lkrln Oicra House.
Mr Cable, the novelist, will more to
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WTLMINGTOK N. C- TUESDAY. APRIL 1. 1 1884.
Governor Kobinion. of Alassachu
stva. takcJ dct p interest in tbe temper
Tt,r U . rnmor in tbe Pali -MjM
7a- tbat a American mornins
cewfpaper lito ba ttartcd in fxndon.
la a roller sUtin contest at New
Voik Mr.HoCman.of Co.umbia Col
Ugt, s,katevl threo miles in ll.CSi min-
rresident Arthur will cive a dinner A Specimen Brick. Cotton.
pany w uen. Urant. claims t at as ve mei a irentleman in thin ritv. a I Tha reinfa f oAftn fn- ik.
earlyadayasthelatterisabletogoout friendofours.afewdayssince, walking of March foot up 2 089 bales, against
very painfully, with the aid of a cane 6,255 bales for the corresponding month
The Iowa House. last week, .passed AQ reply to an enquiry from us, no or last jear. a decrease this March of
tbe bill already passed by the Senate, I stated that he had a little pain in his 4,166 bales. The receipts for the crop
known as tbo bucket-shoo" bill, to and go: some linamenl from the yeartodato foot up 90.284 biles, as
prevent gambling in era in on margins.
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It is relateJ that Representatives Geo.
1). Wise, of Virginia, and Townsbend,
qI Illinois, and Senator Gorman, ol
Maryland, wcro once pages in Congress,
along with the1 actor Stuart Kobson;
and Gormen was alterward President
of the National Baseball Club.
For Puro Whito Lead & Paints, and
biggest stock of Window Glass and
lowest prices for good articles be sure
to go to Jacobi's Hardware Depot, t
'woman doctor1' and applied it and his against 122,706 bales to same date last
xooi nau since tnen become somucn year, a decrease this year of 32 512
worse that it was only with the greatest bales
difficulty that he could walk at all.
INDEX TO MEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
r Christ Ice Cream
C W YATfc-Look Boys
Joil.v II SfAVAOE Ecijcd Convict
UswsEKKOEE-.rrans'u Ea-jter Cards
Samlel P COLLIEU& Co Auctlonoera
CKOXLT& Morkis Agents AcmoM&n. Co.
Hcxds Beds. A DeRosset Easter Dyes
Geo W Williams Jt C Express
Gardeu truck comes in slowly.
Tentlooiand Stotchmen have peti.
tior.edtbe British Parliament azainU
tie abolition or tbe feather bonnet in
Lb lliibland rcgimenU.
Crtxaatioa U gaining lavor in Eng
Tbe city antboritiej of I)ndon
baue decided to csUbliih ft crematory
at IlionJ. a ruburb of the East End.
HVrueaare becoming Tcry iopular
in Valparaiso. Chile.' as street car con
duclori. Trarel has increased fifty per
cent, since their advent in their new
William Lavkenow died in Chicago
last week from starvation and exposuro
Yean ago be wsj a merchant of Brook
lyn. He was a son of one of the
wealthiest shipowner! ol Bremen, Ger
many. King Humbert, of Italy, seldom par
takes of food at tbe family table He
suffers much from dyspepsia, and has I The receipts of cotton at this port
tha little that ha eats and ho eats only I to-day foot up . 122 bales
..U!.1I. anil iarrtt1 In I '
w.B-..jr.vr... , i j.r, nrosnecLs now nra
t;s private room. ... will be lots of flowers in bloom bv
Mri. Laogtry arrived at Dayton, Easter.
OUio, from Cincinnati on Sunday night. Wo regret to learn that Mr. Alex.
Board of Aldermen.
A special meeting of the Board of Al
dermen was held at the City Hall Jast
night, to open bids , for city supplies,
&c, for the current"year ,
The contract for ! furnishing the city
with lumber was awarded to Messrs.
Northrop & Ciimming, and for the city
printing to W. L . DeRosset, Jr. Bids
for lighting the city and feeding mules
and prisoners were feferred to com
mittees. A resolution was adopted prohibiting
the storage of lime in warehouses be
tween Mulberry and brange streets
arid west of Second street.
One of tbe Victims.
Wo understand that Mr. John Her
ring, aa aired citizen of Ionsr Crpek'
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vuu was operaieu on nere uy tne wo
man doctor," is in a precarious condi
tion. He had a wen taken from his
head and a wart from 'his cheek, just
under the right eye. A gentleman who
saw him a day or two ago tells us that
his eyes arc in a bad condition, and that
he is very despondent. In answer to
some inquiry which was propounded to
him, he mournfully stated that it was
a mere matter of time with him now.
Possibly his condition may have had
something to do with the woman's hur
ried departure from this cityJ
Pug dogs as pets have had their day
steam. I among the extremely fashionable, but
oaa colas never 30 out 01 lashion, so
that it is always necessary to know that rels occur between brothers.
l)r. lJuirs Cough Syrup is a sure cure Ritfir hAt.wm hi
This is the last month lor oysters.
Sound parlies will soon bo in order.
Have you had any April Fool in yours
We gain this month 62 minutes ol
Eggs continue to retail at six dozen
for a dollar.
The first quarter of the new year has
gone already. ' I
This month has five , Tuesdays and
for all coughs and colds.
toomeooay nas said that more quar-
The Express Line.;
The boats of the Express Steamboat
Company now leave Wilmingtcn
regularly four times a week for Fayette
vilie, 1 and landings between. They
leave at 2 p. m., sliarp, on Mondays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The passenger accommodations, av all
travelers on the river know, are first
class and thrdugh rates will be "made on
freights to all points on the Capo Fear
& Yadkin Valley R. R.
The New Band Master.
Prof. W. D. Munson arrived here
late last night and was cordially wel
comed by the members of the Comet
Concert Club, who aro in high spirits
over their new band master J
Prof. Munson makes his headquarters
at Heinsberger's Live Book & Music
Store, and will begin his duties in the
band room very soon. lie will no doubt
revive the bras3 band interests of the
city and infuse a new musical enthusi
asm into the band members and the
music loving youths of our town.
Messrs. Cronly and Morris, one of
the oldest firms in the city, have made
a change in their business. They have
removed to commo'dious offices over
their old salesroom and have given up
PLEASE POT! C3L V -" '
Wtirmtejflad to 'receive connurlciSoxa
troia oar trleads oaaiy ajsa"iratjecia cf
Th Bm 01 the writer tons: alwayi U ft r .
&'.ahe4 to the Editor. , - ; , ' .
1 ICoajnmitcauoBji nrnst b wrIttD oa a j
on aide of tfc paper. . 1 . 1 j'
Partonantlea mttst be a folded
And It la especial j and rATtlculxrly onCer
tood that tbe Editor doe not ahrayeeado: m
tnetlewaoi correspondents touess so atau.
tn the editorial oolnsine. f-
WILL TAKE PIACK
April 3ra; 4th and 5th.
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V WITH TIlEi FINEST AND LARGEST,
STOCK OF . , v
E?er ehowc la the State of North
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
I clerks in stores, between apprentices in the general auction business which they
Anions: the Farmers. mecnancs- snops, oetween hired men, have disposed ot to Messrs. S. P. Col-
V worn nlnico tr rnr-own o -oil utlncc" uuawcvuua auu wives, OWlUg LO lier Ol UO., WOO W1J1 Continue 1C as tneiT
To which we invite one and nil for
j Inspection, at ;'
weather lor to-morrow.
day from our good friend and subscrib
er, Mr. J. T. Collins, of Burgaw, and
from him we have gleamed some facts
of interest to our readers. He tells us
that there was a pretty heavy lrost in
his section yesterday morning, but that
no great damage was apparently sus
tained. His potato vines were .bitten
but they wilL come out again and he
thinks he will hayo potatoes ready to
ship in two weeks. The green peas
are looking well and jDr. Porter, of
Rocky Point, will probably be ready to
ship some in a day or two.
We are glad to learn from Mr. Collins
that a largo crop ot corn is to be plant-
118 Market St., ';
electrical caauges which their nerrous successors Messrs. C. & M., become
systems undergo by lodging together the general agents for the Acme Mann
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uigut aiier mgnc unaer me same Dea ractunng company and at the same
clothes $an by any other disturbing time will continue to sell real estate,
cause. There is nothing, says the stocks and bonds, either privately or ; at
Scientific American, that will so der- public sale. Messrs. S. P. Collier &
o n era tho nonrnna averts m nf o norenn I ( : 1 1 ynnrkt-n ?n Un nffinnn n ,1 n.ln.
who is liliminative m nervous force room vacated by the other firm and will JP Carta, Drays. Buggy . Uarnessi Carriace
than to lie all night in bed with another sell any description of merchandise at
person who is absorbent in neryous auction and private sale as well as P111' 03, Trunks of ail kinds.Bags. Backs
stocks, bonds &c.
Tlie: "Old Hictory"
force. The absorber will go to sleep
and rest all night, while the eliminator
will be tumbling and tossinz, restless
and neryous, and wake up in the morn
ing fretful, peevish, fault finding and
Dr. W, G. Curtis, of Smithville, was
in the city to-day for the purpose of
attending a meeting of the Board of
Quarantine, which was held at 12
o'clock. This board, is composed jof
Harness. Rockawav liarnnns . Triif k Hnrara
Cart and Drav llarnas. Olkm. llnmn
and Satchels. Repairing prdmjjtly done by
MCDOUGALL & BOWDEN,
Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture Store.
mch 31 u. ' k m .- 1
and on Monday she astonished many Sprunt continues quite sick at his resi-
rcnon- by walking to Little iork,
twenty miles away, and back to her car.
a liule jaunt of forty miles.
denco in this city.
discouraged. No persons, no matter
ed in render this year, a much larger ftw are shou d habioia Uy sleep Dr. Cartu, pt. VVood and Dr. . George
UK1n Ur nlnnfarl tliora I Will 10S6.
h.ww-w., . . V , I : Dr. William A. Soula, D. V. S., the
ouon. wun many, is 10 oe mauo buo- Hotel Brunswick. distinguished Veterinary Surgeon, New
servient to com this year. Something 1 York, certifies to tho curative qualities
to eat, and enough of it, is the slogan of " 1C31U l,um " Y U"IS 01 of St. Jacobs Uil, the great pain-cure
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Lj OUSEHOLD DYES in all thejvarlous
jlm. coiors at o cents a package.
cent package, for
A Lrmdon newspaper says it is prob
able tht one lhouaand members and
a5.ociates may cross the Atlantic to at
For Flower Pots and Hanging Bas-
ekts call at the 5 and 10 Cents Store,
No. 16 South Second street. t
'I would not live alway" was tho
the season. At this time every availa
ble man is at work in the fields and the
ground is to be worked for all it is
tn-rt fmm whirh nnn nf our Cltv I) IS tor 8
Montreal meeting of the f . coajrreiration oa
British Association for the Advance- . Sundav morninr.
racnt of Science in August. .
We invito tbe attention 01 our citizens
Tbe duration of nearly all building to tho fact that first quality shirts arc
material is said to be much shorter at I being made to order at one dollar at tho
the West than in the Eastern States.
Not only wood, but brick and mcst
kind ot stone endura tho climato of
tbe East much longer than that, of the
Tbe ri?cr at New Orleans has reach
ed tbe hzh water mark ol 1683. Tho
backwater in Concordia parish (La)
is rising, and tho safety of Vidalia is
tbreauced. Two thousand persons art)
recdml destitute at Rodney, Misj , by
Wilmington Shirt Factory.
An Unsafe Custodian.
A rather good, but true one, is told
upon a city friend. His good lady was
the possessor of some of the filthy lu
cre, silver and currency . He persuaded
her that the currency was unsafe in her
possession, but if she would intrust it
to his keeping it would be perfectly se.
cure. Ho accordingly, upon retiring,.
Smithville, who is in the city to-day,
that the new building which is being
erected as an addition tor the Hotel
Brunswick is nearly completed and
that the arrangements for opening the
house are beins rapidly perfected . The
ball room is probably the largest and
handsomest to be found at any seaside
resort in the State and an excellent
band of music will perform there
throughout the season. Dr. Curtis says
! that Mr. Sublett, the Manager, is much
pleased with the prospects ahead for
the Summer and it is thought that the
house will be full throughout! tho sea
son. The Louise and tho Passport will
both run daily and there will be every
facility of communication between
Smithville and Wilmington. In the
Fall it is calculated to made still further
additions to the hotel which it is pro'
tor sprains, galls, Rheumatism, and all
other afflictions to
which it horses are
i DIAMOND DYES. 10
cpiormg master nggs, reamers,! Flowers,
Mosses, Ribbons and any cloth material. J
I INKS One 10 cent nackatreof Diamond Dra
will make a quart ot fine Ink In any of the fol
lowing colors : Black, Blue, Scarlet. Purple,
Violet, Green, Red and Orange, j ; i
ABTIST'S BLACK For EbonlzlDr Picture
Frames, Cabinet Work. etc. etc.. 10
uioe. aii mo aoovc lor saio uy
Muriels Bros. & DeRqsset,
Druggist, Market Street.
AM NOW EEADT TO 8UPPLY MY
customers with the best of PURE ICE CREAM,
in large or small quantities. All orders filled
promptly ana celivereu in any part of tne city.
Prang's Easter Cards.
A N ELEGANT DISPLAY OF
superb lot of EASTER CABDSJUhat havo
progressed to perfection through the hands of
experienced manufacturers and artlsUcal and
sly decorated Silken Face Cards.
LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE PAID
for the arre st and delivery of JOHN FOSTER,
an escaped convict to tac House of Correc
tion of New Hanover Countv.
JOHN H. SAVAGE,
aplllt j ! .Supt-
mounted on rich plush mats of various colors.
nana painted cards, new designs, on easels,
liaunercttes. beautllullv arraved: In new de
signs dn fancy burnished stands. i
timall Cards, Largo Cards, and Cards to
please tho perfection of modcstrJ the covlxh
I beauty, the fastidious youth, and tho old and
the odd. Call early and examine tbe variety at
Tlin matar In tHa Harm FVr is r.midlv
I ntmmrt ?f in hio nnMorahifr intonninrr
filling now. There was 35 teet at Fay- f - -7 .
ctteville last week on this Spring freshet th next morning to change the gar
and of this amount 15 feet has already ment. Ia tho morning he forgot to
1 niasc me cnange, auu a iter uumg ac
run otr. I.. . . . . e .. ,
In is piace 01 dusiucss iur bulub timo re
membcred'his wife'-s money, but to his
prietors of tho Mott paint, returns to dismay, upon searching himself, found
Pctcrsbunr to-nisbt. Mr. Wright, the the nln still sticking in his shirt but posed to keep open during the Winter,
State Agent, will remain here to prose- toe m0ney gone. He rapidly hurried as well as tn tne bummer, lor tne bene- days, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, y gj yj J g
Express Steamboat Co. HEINSBERGER'S,
rpDE BOATS OF THIS LINE LEAVE FOB
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Fayette ville and Landings on the Blvcr, Mon
Live Book and Music Store.
cute the work.
We arc sorrv to hear that tnero is
Walter L. Campbell, the Republican considerable sickness In tho country
Eoainec for Mavor of Youngsto wn, O.. contiguous to this city. Pneumonia
who has been blind tinco he was five and typhoid and mumps and measles premises and out-houses, tout nnauy,
jears of age. was graduated irom arc the prevailing diseases.
home, called his wife out ot the room
where she was entertaining company,
and informed her of the loss. A boy
was employed in vain to search the
fit of invalids and pleasure seekers from
the Nojth and West.
at 2 p. m. shakp.
Passenger accommodations first class.
Freight received at all hours. Through rates
to SlaUons on Cape Fear & Y V. B. B.
Harvard law school, is a fine organist.
scceAsml cheAs-Dlaver and edited a
&ly newspaper for many years.
Tbe report U gaining ground in Ten
cessee that her lata defaulting treasurer.
Marshall T Polk. Is not dead, but is
hTio ia Texas. It U said that tbe cof
ia which his body was supposed to
Yesterday was a very cold day in tho
interior of the State. There was a black
frost in the ground and early vegetation
was cut down. Tbe fruit crop, how-
ever, is saiu to do uninjureu.
We are glad to learn that Messrs.
Mott, Levy. & Co. are meeting with
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
i-A. B. WILLIAMS & CO.,
nac Agents at Fayettevllle.
The Kalelff h & Gaston LI. 11.
Un t nday last, tor tne nrst time in
tn the Professor's delicht. in disrobine many years, we rode over tne itaieign
himself, he found the missing money in & Gaston K. R., from Weldon to
one of his socks. Raleigh, and we must confess to much apii 8t
The Kcw Building. ?urpriae ""d firatificatioa at the many Samuel P. Collier & CO.
Iimproveuiuiiu. tu u uiscovuruu an aiuug I
the line of that road.! It is, for North successors to cronly & MOBBis.
ment lavoraoio to our wpnny iepre- Carolina, a thickly settled country. New uctioneebs, stock and real es
sentative in Congress, Hon. Wharton towns are springing up and new indus- bbokebs. Wilmington, n. c.
J.Ureen.aunog me pasi icw uajs trie3 are- rapidly developed.
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relative to me Din ior a puuuu uuimiu6 Littleton, where some years azo we North Water streets.
AT 122 MARKET STREET
All the late- Spring Styles.
And will receive them weekly and sell
! them very. low.
MRS. S. J. BAKER.
mch 23 lw f" 1 ;
Economy is Wealth.
Jr. tMi oil v wliirh. .oa our readers may , . Salo dy Tuesdays and Frilars ot each
j - - F ' I 4VUUU VU in V SA K U A W UVU.Jt WW TV Cm I mpnlr
be aware, has been agreed upon in
committee. It is due to Col. Green's
large and thriving town and
son, since the construction of
TTAVING DISPOSED OF OUR AUCTION j
E YEARS RENT WILL PUR-
eorncrof Princess and
mnoh nvP5 hprfl in introdncni? the
we been buried was in reality empty, celebrated Mott fire-proof paint. They
-a waicsed merely as a blind. ; tell us that they have orders ahead al-
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m in v !?.! mm ion l ia:nric i I .... . , . rr . l. thm . . . ... . .. . I .;..cnno r. ..i. r"mt Lru.i.n I 1 i
vM.a.w.. - , I n( irillliai Ann nniinnir UUUllS lUftH I tnrrt I? I ,a ran H if rlara nninnr intn I .o vi utuwoi &-iuu.uw, i . . ar . .. .
tih .t tVol t-. , K .,n p.5 hpfnr tho I . .. . . m. ' a.j ta Messrs. 8. P. COLLIER & CO.. we bespeak I rfUUX6U-' flJuif'vraDgc iuiucitj, icu
- r evi lusoiuiiuoa uviAwtu I io " .ocnH hn hoon nnmnin lsned. 1 IlKro 13 1 fA.iho. . .h.M.MhAn.f.AMM'. !
i i - i w.. i - i , . " k ii tajik i.mnn ifsntiri irrtap, it inn m ci.ih
CHASE A HOME. Boildlng Lots fbr J ' j
sale on the instalment plan on Casile,
rrtofaQ,biUby Congress which Mayor to day and that was James Epps imuch gpcculitioQ as to the sito i
would nsaurully change tha present charged with house breaking and will be selected but ol course it i
P:ect Uws. An onraniiatioa was larceny. Ho went to jail in default o! c . f;nn nq cnma fhink
Pi'Wi uws. An oriranizatioa
formed under tbe name ot The Na
tional Association of American Inven
a bond of SI0O lor his appearance at
the next term of the Criminal Court.
The wife of a gentleman in this city,
Io accordacco with letters apostolic by rcsIdentNorth of the Wilmington & Wel-
o Alii. ArcbblshoD Gibbons has con- don, K. U.. but wnoso name we pur-
okcdtbe Third Plenary Council of posely withhold, gavo birth Ia3t night
Baltimore to be held in the Cathedral of to three children two girls and a boy.
that city on NoYember Oih. 1834. It is The girls are alive and j doing well buk ;
rrpdi?.i m. .;ti u th, irrttMi thA bar died. Commiserations arc m
council of the Catholic Church held in! order.
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America. I w,,iirn( iKn Review has called I
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t? . j r:.,i onr auenuon to tne iac( inai. musi. aa
weeks In tha
lT:..i i. r ; lice is relieved by a smaller or what
-Uk., WHJ IN IOU1UVU IU I ... , . ,
bracing fK-rt t h svbla i may be termed tne day squau, anu ne
aowtorideout cccaslonallj. -Ho and IhinwthUchAnge ismadc at too early
Mi frieada look for his ipocdy retanxto an hoar and calls tho attention of our
wHtSllth ICtlJIww ma xaauer.
lfttion us vet. Some think tnat
the present site of the Postoffice may
be purchased and the building which
stands there now utilized, others that
the vacant lot on the Southeast cor
ner of Second and Dock will be the
dace: others still that the vacant lot
And there i3 another thing which
struck us as a specially great improve
ment and that is the present condition
of the railroad itself, as manifested in
the appearance of its depot buildings.
the steel rails which are laid on a large
portion of tho track and the improved
condition of tbe road bed. mere are
fortunately a number of valuable beds of
I Seventh, Wilson, Eighth, Klnth,t DIciInsonr
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Ttnth, Wood, Bay, Eleventh, Charlotte,
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets.
Altt, Houses and Lets for rale.
.Money loaned to those within g lo trail!.
Apply to )
mch SO i JAMRS WILSON.
on the Southeast corner of Princess and raaiU OQ tfais and these have
Third streets, just ooum oi ine "J been utilized by Capt. Smith, the Su
Hall, would bo selected and therelare pcrintendent of I the road, in forming a
FULL STOCK ; DF CUE LED
iralWorden. United States ourancuuuuw - theSouthsideof Market.betweei
lay a: death's door for ol the reported burglaries In this city aad ThirJ aj nkcly lo t
i Massachusetts Qcoeral occurred about the time the night po- .$ of
r. .v. lir is relieved bv a smaller or what . ... . . . ; u
yet others who speak of the old Betten
court proporty, corner of Market and
Second streets, as also the Lord lot, on
theSouth side of Market.between Second
bill is not yet a- law although u win
in all probability soon become one.
new. and indestructible road bed. He
has two quarries in use and a large
stone crusher which prepares the stone
as fast as it can be taken from the
quarries. ve doubt it mere is now a
better road bed in the country. Capt.
Smith is a Wilmingtonian and we feel
proud of the success which ho has ob
Now tethQUmetogivoSmithXWnnt is making for
Oil. lydrtr lumseir..
liberally bestowed on us.
apll 2t j CRONLY A UURKIS.
Cronly & Morris,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE ACME
JpOR THE SALE OF PINE HAIR. IER-
JLILIZEHS ASD COTTOS SD OIL.
Special attention given to the sale of REAL j
ESTATE, STOCKS and BOND3, either prl
vately or at public auction.
Office in building S. E. corner of Princess
and North Water Streets (up stairs). -
Wilmington. N. C, April 1, ISSiJ tpl 1 it
AJLU1UO it UaiUOU UVBIOIO Als?, pew stock of FURNITURE and WIN
A EE CONCEDED TO BE THE BEST.I . , ' !
They are to be had only at the Old North f DOW SHADES for Spring trade oTcrt l f at
feiate Saloon, o. 6, South Front SU i i ' - - I :
icecooiiAger ueer epeciaitT-
MOSS, SHUCK AND CpTTON, EXCELSIOB
AND STRAW StATTBESSE3 ' en bind and
for sale low.
The best I
Whiskey and purest Wlnea sold ia the city.
Ctgsrs as gooxl as the best. Call and be con
inced. i i . fej2i
low pi Ices by
is . . ; .
D. A. SMITH, i
rnrnltore, 2?, Front Street