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JOSH T. JAMES,
tpnom ajt raoraixroa.
.rRscEirnoss postage pah
rtLOO. Six month. rLoa. Tnree
.7r will be dHrerd by carriers fre
anjP city. .1 the abov.
trier. will rerort.ny and all tall.
ry 7? Ai.V Btvicw has the largest
IlT1' ' iT"l M . MTS
Truiyvn. after twinz sworn in
ocr. retired immediau-lyjrom the
political standing is not
itil him, DCCiUJHJ Ft: was ihuu-
r on that side cl tie
jcttl by t A-o
tho veteran come-
dm has icccstly rclured to Boston
from a Tu:tih: retire. Joe Jffler
so0. on tU Lis-iaa plantation, where
the latter $sad his Winters. Ho dc
icrlbcj Joe as surrounded by a colony
0t .!.! Jrca ami sranrfchiidrcn, and
?esd:ng bis days delightfully in fishing,
b-istic-j and painting.
Ccranaiuioner Kink has issueJ a
c!ce statics tiat. in accordance with
lij demand for a reduction of tariff
-a- oa cotton to the basis of tbe lowest
cat rates Ironi to-day. tho rate on un
coaprMsed cotton to New York Irom
poicu named will be as follows
UachU. 40 cent ; St. Louis and Han-
r?hL 36 cents : East St. Louis and East J
HsBsibaUW cents: Cairo, 34 cents;
EtssitU:c. 33 cents; Louisville. Jeffer--oaTille
ar.d New Abaoy. 32 cents, and
Ciecinaall. 30s cents.
VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C. THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1884.
X storj is published In Chicago to
the eTec. that Cbiel of Police Mc
Carrie stid two or three detectives in
I vJ obtained the pardon of Lewis C.
Swe.'ceis. who was ifcen scrying a term
ia tbe Cbesfer. 11.. penitentiary, and
who bad told them in confidence that
!e is conjunction with others bad
:!faA. T. Stewart's body. Accord
izz to one account McGarrigle, the
Jictectifes and Sweigel then formed a
sjcdlcate and restored the bedy to
Jai-e Hilton for $15,000. McGarrigle
aJmiu the general details of the story.
iudodinjcSwetctrs pardon and nego
tiauons iaKew York, but says Sweieel company
tr;2ed with them, and that the negotia
tions were broken o3
Duncan J. Dcvano.
It becomes our painful duty to chron
icle the death of Mnjor Duncan J. De
vane, which sad event occurred at h3
residence on Fourth, between Market
and Princess street? at about 10 o'clock
last night. Hi discise was consump
tion, with which ho had been afflicted
for several months. Had he lived until
the first ofMay next he would have
been 50 years old. Major Devar.c was
born on Black river, in that portion of
Now Hanover which has tince bceo
attached to Sampson county. He taught
school in his early inauhood, at the
same time pursuing his studies to pre
pare him for a collegiate education. He
entered Davidson College, whence, after
the regular course oL study. hs gradu
ated with disliujuishcd honor. After
graduating he resumed for awhile tbe
business'of teaching, which he soon, re
linquished and entered the lav school
of the lato Chic! Justice PearsoD, by
whom he was prepared for the profes
sion of which he became in subsequent
years a shining ! ornament. After
graduating 'from tho law school and
receiving his license, he commenced
tho practice of hU profession at Clinton
Sampson county. The warsoon came
on, and the young lawyer whose luture
seemed bright nod glowing, with the
true instincts of a patriot threw aside
his law books and enlisted as a private
intheCOth Heeiraent. North Carolina
Infantry. Ho remained in the army
until the last gun wa3 fired at Appo
mattox and laid down his arms only
when tbe surrender was made, tile
was a fearless soldier, wboe military
record was without a blot, and he rose
through successive gradations, in each
A rather cynical lady, somewhat of a
Art.siTi most men. like colas, are
erv easily cauzht. but difficult to get
rid of. Iter mistake is apparent. Dr.
Ball's Coufh Sirup will cure .any cold
bawerer stubborn it may be. Prico 25
HSU TO IIW AOYIITISCyilTS.
r C MlLLi Smolc
w 4 Eo5TUiL-Hotlce
C W Tatk-5S CcU Books
cto. R. raocu A 8o5 Jboca
ncyiBiaoxx New Pixoo New Orjn
Mirvi Zxji. Jt OaSoMCT rears Soap
Or ix i Hoc-Th Qaeeo's Lce Uaadker
this morning- at
of which he did honor to
State and the cause he
loved, to tbe rank or Major, wuicn po
6ition be held at the timo 'of the fina
catastroDhe. At the close ot tne war
Maior Devane came to i Wilmington
and resumed tho practice of tbe law fn
with Lis brother, tho late
Col. William b. Devane. and soon
sprang into prominenco as a leading
lawyer at the Wilmington bar. He
subsequently married tho daughter of
Col. A. M. Faison, of Duplin county,
by whom he had two children, both
cirls. who with Ibeir mother survive
Major Devane was a brave soldier
a devoted patriot, a warm ana true
hearted friend, an indostrions and inde
fatigablo worker, a kind-hearted neigh
bor, an irreproachable feilow-ciiizen
and a uoble, conscientious Christian
gentleman hi all the relations ot life.
Ho was of a remarkably modest and
unaasnminc disDOsition. which in a
measure kept him from that conspicu
ous position at the bat to which bis
6:30 1 eminent legal acquirements justly en
titled him. He delighted in the science
by his brethren of the bar for the care,
Tba receipts ofcotton at this port tcr K hIs Pff1,00' was.a? untiriD
diT f,w nn k.i- aeni, ana nis legai opmioas weru u
To-morrow being Good Friday, bo accuracy and research manifested in
rs;er wjii be issued Irom this onico on theirjireparation.
We invite the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts arc
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wllaioiton Shirt Factorv. tl.
e are requested 'to remind our
He had not an enemy in tho world
for it was impossible to know and not
tr esteem him. Among the profession,
which he did much to adorn, ho was
held in the most profound regard, not
alone for his great legal attainments.
Kn tn-r h?a m in v PTrplinnoiP of hftart
Fnsitive Baptist friends that Elder andsoal. His death will cVeato avoid
Auasj! wui preacn lor tnem mis even- vw irnncpr hr which wilL
l . . . . . . ... . , I " r
:ta;.:wociocic.attneir ciiurcn hong be sadly felt j
I "tie street. 1 -
It is proposed that the Fumblers City Court.
Cabot this city make an excursion to A whUo woman anu a white man.
l-c Clair Springs, in Alabama, whoso name8 wo supress by request,
ior its medicinal and curative wcre beforo lLc y0t this morning,
properties. ,ua i-,rmr.r hrt! with disorderlv
w a w m- ca
conduct and the latter with interfering
Cxfcdj. ct line's Brigade, will enjoy with an oClcer while in thq discharge of
bepenaal of the article on the battle his duty. They were fined $5 etch
ChacctUorsv iilc, published oa the wiihthe alt2rnative of days each in
t .... . . i . I . t r
w ci tais issue. enope io mocujpniua. I
w-win -come again.'
1k aataal meeting or the Wilming
"Qkire Iajaranco Company, which
as called tor iau night, was not held
for the wastof . Qanrnm hat the meet-
io wis adjumed ooUll next Wednes-
i1.. - A
ircooa st 5 p. m.
William Larkin, colored, for the
larceny ot a package of flour from W.
P. Oldham, was required to givo bond
in the sum of $100 for his appearance
I at the present term of tho Criminal
Court, and was turned over to the
The Jewish Passover.
Ia every Jewish household where the
laws of Moes a"c observed the Feast of
tho Passover is celebrated. No festival
U regarded by the people ot the chosen
race with greater respect. What di
tihzuishes this holiday from ali Jewish
festivals is the peculiar dietary regula
t ions attached to" it . For seven days
all species of leaven food must- be
banished from all Jewish households
The most interesting ceremonies con
nected with thl3 festival take place on
the evenings of the first and last days'
and is known as Sader, Thtjso services
commence after the return of the family
from tho synagogue. . The family being
seated around a table, the male leader
with his head covered Bills a cup of
wine and reads a portion of the seryice
for tho occasion. He drinks tho wjnc
and the rest follow him. Then taking
a bunch of parsley ho dip3 it into
vinegar and having distributed
some to every one at the table, they all
say, "Blessed art Thou, O Lord, our
God. King of thenniverse, who creat
eth the fruit of the e-JTHh." The maater
Lucky. Numbers, k
The following are the luckynumbers
in the drawing of the Louiii an a Lottery
last Tuesday : No. 66.600 drew $75,
000; No. 25 338 drew $10,000; Nos
33,147 and 44.135 drew $6,000 each;
Nos. 6.019, 20,690 and 95,941 drew $2,
000 each. '' - , 'fv -.
If was very cold last JnUht for thi3
reason of the year, bul we have heard
of no frost in this immediate vicinity;
Passenger who arrived .this mornjng
from Charlotte state. however, that
there was a heavy frost on the line of
the Carolina Central Railroad, extend
ing towards this city a3 far asRosindale
in Bladen county.
Criminal Court. 8
The attention of the Court, up to the
hour of taking arecess to-day, was oc
cupied in the trial of the following
cases : j . !
State vs. Sylvester McLean, cruelty
to animals. Guilty. Judgment, a fine
of $20 and costs.
DRY AN 1 n this city, at 10 o'clock, on the
debt of the 9th lrst . UUS AN J DnYANIS,
Set .9 years. 11 months an 1 flays.
'I ho funeral services will tike place to-mor-row
(Friday) i terroon, at $30 o'clock. f on
the First Presbyterian church , thenco to Oak
d..ie cemetery.. Frmnds and acquala ances
are respectfully lalte i to attend.
State vs. Reuben Thompson, larcenv.
ot tne House tnen taices a piece ot rass- jury out.
1 I .1 " . I !JJI. II
over Dreau. orcuss k in me miuuie ana
laj3 half of it by till after supper. Then
taking the bone ol a lamb and an egg,
he says, 'Lo! this is the bread of afflic
tion which our ancestors ate in the
land of Egypt. Let all those who are
hungry enter and eat thereof, and all
who are necessitous come and celebrate
Mr. Eugene Wiggius, who was so
desperately injured three months ago
in South Carolina, returned to the city
this morning. lie is still helpless
but is cheerful and hopeful of ultimate
recovery. He has certainly had a long
the Passover. At present we celebrate and fatiguing confinement but his many
it here, but next year we hope to cele
brate it in tbe land of Israel. This year
we are servants here, bet next year we
hope to be freemen in the land cf Is
rael." Tho master proceeds to explain
friends hero all rejoice to learn
has so far recovered as to be
1 return to his home.
V nndnrflfanil t rmr. thn rvnimiffpp tn
the symbolical celebration of the whom iatler W8S entrusted are
over; tne oiuer neros anu vinegar ue
noting tho embittered lives ot the He"
brews in Egypt, and theunleaven cakes
in commemoration of what they took
out from Egypt before it was leavened.
On this night four cups ot wine are
drunk by each person in commemora
tion of the four expressions used at
tho redemption of the Hebrews. These
are VayJiolsate, Vayhttsalte, Vaygaalte
and Vaylakachle and I have brought
you forth, I have delivered you, I have
making vry yigorous preparations for
the Anniversary Ball which is to be
given on Monday night next by the
Hibernianian Benevolent Association,'
aud that it promises to eclipse the most
successful of all former affairs of the
kind given by the Association. They
look for a large attendance, and .we
hope that they may realize handsomely
onr the occasion, as the proceeds are to
go towards paying off the balance, of
the indebtedness incurred in the pur
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Asl Friiay KgiVApril 1 1, aid Saturday Ms( f
NEW YORK OPERA CO.,
m QUEEN'S LACE DANDKEBCIIIEP.
A Powerful Cast. Effective Choi ua.
Elaborate and Costly Costuaes.
Beautiful Scenic Effects !
frost oar friends ca anytrdl tH rejects j cf
gaoxilatereattrnt , 1 . - - . !
w ex isa wrusr mat amy taRrr
ahe4 to the Editor. I ; J 'j j
Coaanxlcaccmatraat b wrir.sa ca cary
oceaueof the papa. ; 4 ; , ; .
Personalities Bust be avoided. i '
Ant! It la especlalry and partlcularr taCer
0i 1 th 1Mlto' does not always end so
the views of correspondents unless bo - state
In the editorial ctBmns. ' - .i .
NEW AD VERTISEME.VT8.
e your seats at Dyera l.
; Gallery 2cc.
59 Cents Books
These books aro all
WORKS, and are new and handsomely bound
in ciotn ana gilt. So 6hop-worn or. paper
bound books, but exactly as represented.
A Splendid Line.
OF GILT AND BRONZE PAPER MOULD
ings. Any size frame made on short notice
PRANG'S EASTER CARDS A fresh sup
ply expected In a few days.
C. W. YATES,
ap! 10 119 Market Street.
J HAVE PURCHASED ALL THE INTER
ests of ISAAC L. GREENE WALD In the
BOOT AND SHOE business at No. 110 Market
Street, where I will continue the business,
asking my friends for a continuance of their
-AU bills due the former firm will be collected
by me. .
apl 10 W. J. ROSENTHAL.
redeemed jou, I have taken you to my- chase of their building.
sen it is customary on una mgnt ior
all persons in the Jewish homestead, . Tueupera Mouse.
irrespective or tne station tney occupy. The Xiew xork upera lroupo arriv-
to bo at the table. At the conclusion of ed hero this morning from Columbia. S.
the ceremonies, elaborate cushions or C. where they played last night, and
pillows are placed on chairs or lonnges I will appear at the Opera House in this
in the room, to denote thecase, comfort city to-night in the Comic Opera of the
and luxury which freemen enjoy in con Queen's Lace Handkerchief, in which
trast witn tne want, oppression ana lacs I they have won aistinguisnea praise in
of comfort of those in! slavery. Then all the cities of the South in which they
have appeared. The company is large,
the members selected especially
for skill and efficiency in their respective
parts and are deserving ot a liberal pa
tronage. Among tne members ot tre
follows thebanqut-t proper.
Lauriuburtr in Trouble.
The Charlotte Observer learns that
Mr. W. II. McLaurin. a citizen of
Lacrinburg, one of the most flourishing
of all tho towns on tbe Carolina Central
Railroad, has served notice upon largo
numbers of the citizens of that place
that bo i3 to bezm a suit for the recov
ery of twenty acres of land, situated in
tbo centre of that town. The twenty
acrc3 in question hold the best part ot
the town. A large number of hand
some private residences, several stores
and two churches. Baptist and Catholic.
are built upon it. Tbe news that all
this property is to be sued ior was
. r.macL, Greenewald has sold
stock of boou and shoes, at No.
HO Market street to Mr. Y J. Rosen-
1 Who Will enntinna iKa hn"in;a
Mr. Grwsewald disposed of his stock
!4 ue Porpos of engaging in another
Adjournment of Court.
At the conclusion of the j day's busi
ness of the Criminal Court this after
noon, the Solicitor, Col. B. R. Moore,
announced the death of Major Duncan
J. Devane, when, upon motion, the
Cnnrt nilinnned nntil Saturday in order
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rS. Joe Pennn rniwtln Kn atlhA iA!palhainnniira nriliA hir HQ tLTh-
"fcell House on Monday next, to re- portunity to pay tneir, tribute of re
Bia but one week. While here aha rct to the dead b van attendance upon
il t pleased to rive inv information I thm nhMniea. I I '
aSided who may call ODcn ber
irt to her celebrated remedies 'and St. PanPa Evangelical Lutheran
t Care k.. k. r-..i Pknnf Tn wlUK I Pimmnnifin tn.
remedies art hlchlv rendered bv morrow, at 11 A. M. and "Confirmation
jrcatetcIUzesjofthli Elite. tt8P, H. '
company is Mr. H. C.
passedtwo bummers at tne bounu as
the guest of Mr. Fletcher Manning wiih
whom he was formerly associated in
the "Hess Opera Company."
The Morris Case.
The trial of J. E. Morriss, charged by
the Wheeler and Wilson S. M. Co.
with embezzlement while acting as
agent hero tor tnas company, was
given to the jury late yesterday after
noon and a verdict of not guilty was
well calculated t3 excite j the populace returned by the jury after an absence of
and there has been a careful' scroti- Lni tew minutes. Messrs' Russell
nizing of titles going on in Laurin- nnd Ricaud and Mr. Solicitor Moore
bor since the announcement was aDPared for the prosecution and Mr
made. From what wo can gather, it N, A Stedoiaa, Jr., for the defendant.
seems mat tne tana was originally jjr Morris, wo understand, has to
owned by J. D. McLaurin, who made Ljav n turn entered suit against the
ae assignment, and bis son, W. H. Wheeler & Wilson Company for
McLaurin.was appointedassignee. The I damages to reputation and illegal im-
tract ot land comprised twenty-six DrUonment be having passed the first
acres, twenty of which were sold to n:,ht Gr hi9 arrest in jail, although he
M.Cronlj'. This was about the year wag bailetl out the next morning by
16G2. Mr. Cronly disposed of the twea- riend3. He has retained Mai. Chas.
ty acres to tho Bank of New Hanover. . Stedman and Mr. N. A Stedman,
Since that time Lauriburg has grown jr as hj3 counsel. The amount for
to be a good sized town and the twenty which he will sue has not yet been
acres have been laid off into- lots, uron Announced.
which the greater part of the town has 77-;; rr: : r"
K;i t xfTMrTna Miss E izabeth Carnagie, 50 Spruce
been built. What Mr. McLaurin s Tnmn Ontario Canada. statea
grounds for the suit are, we are not in- having suffered with a sprained
formed, but he has already employed wrist; at another time with pains in the
counsel and intends taking the suit side and sore throat, sue was complete
ly cureu in eaca lubiauce, uy ol. uatuus
Anything Yon Wish
TN THE SHOE LINE WE nAVE IT
A i " ' !
Children's, Misses', LaLes', Men's, Boys' and
! - -
Youths' of all grades and at all prices.
Call in and see.
Geo. B. French & Sons,
Easter Hats and Bonnets !
taster Flowers and Feathers
Easter Millinery !
ALL CHOICE ANDNEWj!
ALL OF THE BEST QtALITT ! -
ALL AT TIIELOWE3Ti;oiiKi)rfcn
, f , OUR DISPLAY OF , , I
j- - 14- SIMPLY. SUPERB. -j-,
Kot nnlv Annalllmir tt
the exhlbitloa of previa us years, hlch hare
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mae our reputation as dealers in these gcods.
In our Unirhnmcd Hat Derartment will be
found every style and shape! which will bo
worn this season, at prices lower than the
lowest to be found at any other establishment.
Our Flower Department Is a1 perfect Easter
garden filled with the most exquisite designs
of branched goods, at prices Wrtalnly less
than those charged . for . second-class goods
elsewhere. - . ' ij ; -
, Our Feathers too, are worth looking at.
W e have Ostrich Tips In everyatyle platn aai
shaded. Ostrich Plumes In every shade and
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(juauij, i uuijiuuns in special Biytes 01 uur
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own, cilled the Princess of Wales Fompooa
: : i f - r, -,.!'. v
made oi humming birds, aigrette and tips,
' .'i ' '!!
which will surely please the t ladles. As for
our jmmmea nai department is tne most
beautiful and complete. Hats can bo trimmed
to suit one and all by expert milliners on our
you, at 1 ..
A call will surely couTloca
ICS NORTH FRONT STREET.
AT EXCHANGE CORNER,
Tho well known Icadlnsr
Of Wilmington, you will find a .full' line of the
latest 8' vies of Hats snd Bonnets. TrimmtnxA
and Fancy Goods and .etlons, materials lor
Xn?9 IT.nlCDH V nulllnmiraillhiimMt
artistic trimmer In the tate, is still t the
head of tbe Trimainsr Department with a full
corps oz aoie n&feistants.
MISS E. KARRER,
apl 9 Exchange Corner.
Oar store will be closed as usual on Good
MRS. JOE PERSON,
MANUFACTURE R OF MRS JOE PERSON 3
REMEDY, WILL BE AT THE
WILMINGTON, N. C,
On Monday, April 14th,
WHS RE SHE WILL Et MAIN
And wonld be pleased to have parties Inter
e ted in the subject of her JtiLMiuDir call on
her. when she can give them more extended
Information than she can uy letter. Wjien the
parties cannot conveniently cail. Mrs. hereon
will take pleasure in visiting them it requested
to co so. iniormation in Doin cases rut. a,
118 Market St.,
" wilmingtonn c.
N. B. Milliners suppllod at special redac
tlops. . " ' . I Upl 7
rjlHE HIBERNIAN BENEVOLENT ASSO
CIATI0N wlllfrlTO a BALL, at GERMANIA
HALL, on EASTER MONDAY, the lth An-
I! i .
nlversary of the Society. Music by tho Har
Tickets will bo for salo after this afternoon
by tbe Committee cf Arrangements : T. D6n
lan. M .ludico. CoL. J. L. csntvretl. M: Car
roll, J. W Rcilly and Wm tfheehsn. I
Refreshments win bs served as usual br the
ladies. . , i 1 '
Tickets for lady and arentlemaa. tl. Sintrlo
gentleman, &.c. i apl a th sat zw
JECOMMESDED AS A BALM FOR THE
t tic, preserving It In health, maintaining Its
tone and complexion, and preventing wrinkles.
I have found it
matchless for the hand
"I have used Fears Soap for soma tlmeJ and
preler It to any other." lit,
Murids Bros. & DeRosset,
Dealers in Drugs and Fine Fancy Goods.
apl 8 ij!
through the courts. An interesting
time is ahead for lhe"lawyers in that
ine oreensoaro workman says:
Rev. Dr. Burkhead went down on the
train toward Raleigh this morning on
his way home from a meeting of the M.
. Chnrcb. South, at Nashville, Tenn.
He reports that Bishop Parker will pre
side at the next Conference, which will
be held at Wilmington. -
Interesting to Fishermen: Thecelc
brated Fiaan Brand Gilling thread is
old only at Jacobi's. j He U tho lea-,
porter's Agent t
Oil, the sovereign cure.
WO 11 USE 3 IN CONVENIENT
Posses Jon of one; given
immediately and of the other 1st May.
AS. H. CHAD BO URN A CO.
apl 8 3t t th m
A Decorated Dinner Set
IOB 28 AT
i . . ... .
This Remedy Is a Specific for
ALL BLOOD DISEASES.
As a TONIC ItglTes universal satisfaction.
As an ALTERATIVE is unequalled. As a
Purifier of the Blood, Is endorsed by ! all who
have used it. It will cur Rheumatism, Can
cer In Its early stages Heart Disease, Erysipe
las, Indigestion, Billons Colic, Eruption and
all diseases ocsasioned by Imparity of ue
Blood. It is infallible for Scrofula. It re
lieves Catarrh. It U a boon to Ladies suiTcr
ing from ilsesea peculiar to their sex.
It is an antidote for
Malarial Blood Poison,
And a sure remedy for restoring the system
after having had CHILLS AND FEVisJR.
Sold In Wilmington by Dr. W. H. Green and
J.C atuBds,who upon appUcatioa wlU furnish
Pamphlets containing testimonials of remark
able cures, and endorsements bx prominent
men of North Carolina.
LABORATOSY, Charlotte, X. C.
j apl 9 tx ' '
New Pianos. Kew Organs1-
rjK COMPLETE YOUR HAPPINESS AT
home, you want to increase the facilities of a
mueical education by purchasing an elegant :
Piano or Organ for yoor children.
I bavo tooay received some entirely new
sidles of Pianos, Upright and frquare, from "
toe celebrated factories of fctieff, Wheel'ck .
and others, and the Ithaca and .Peloubet A
Co.S'audard Organs. -
These Instruments have sufficiently stood
the test for years giving satisfaction to every
purchaer. j , j
The makes of Pianos that . I sell are shipped
yearly to Europe and all over the United Mates
and navo been endorsed by tin mast eminent ,
European and American pLtoists. i j
Plcae cal and examine stock at '
apl 9 LI re Book aadaltulcJt tores. '
I Economy is Wealth.
XIVE TEARS RENT WILL PCR
A IlfJilLL BliiMIbt Lots for i'J
sale on the instalment plan on Castle,
Church. Nun, Ann, Orange, Mulberry, Ed
Cross, Gwynn, Rantln, Fourth, Fifth, Elxth,
Seventh, Wilson,' Eighth, Ninth DlcUascn,
Tenthi : Wood, Bay.'j. Eleventh Charlotte,
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
Also, nooses and Lota for tale. 4
- Mo icy loaned to thoso wlaSlag to hull'4
apl 9 cw