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iOSH. T. JAMES. Editor A Prop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
WEDNESDAY. M4Y 7. 1881.
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Kstervd at PostoOce at Wilmington. N. C.
a aecond-claa raatter.
ThcyKocs and Observer shown up
Dr. YorV record Tery clearly on the
country government question which
is. by the way. one of the isjues npon
which his backer propose to tight out
this campaign. Dr York record on
this question makes Tery inlcrcnio?
readies; we copy tome it:
The Republicans were singularly un
happy yesterday in Guinz a man to
their platform. Their platform call
for the repeal of the county corercmcnt
system and they propose to make that
the treat Usae in the fall campaign.
There are no end of Republicans in the
State whose record is in perfect har
mony with this policy; but the Repub
licans must needs to out of their party
and take up Dr. York, who voted for
'the yery measure1 they now assail. Isn't
that odd? To throw overboard ail of
their old party leaders was singular
cnoagb. but to tako up a man who
roted throuzh thick and thin for the
Tery law they propose to repeal, is so
much at variance with common sense
that we cannot believe that the leaders
knew about this when they forced his
nomination on the uuwilling delegates.
We must presume that if Molt fc Co.
knew that Dr. York had been the
constant, firm ana unwavering: bap
porter of this bill they would not have
been so persistent in demanding Lh:it
lha Republicans should . swallow the
bitter pill. It was one of those errors
that doubtless arose from iznorance. It
was under the circumstances a great
blandar. To be sure the Republicans
cannot be expected to develop a great
deal of enthusiasm crtr a wisby-washy
Democrat who was a strong suoporter
of the very law they now assail, and
who has been saddled on them through
the Ignorance and persistency ot the
Senate journal. lS7C-77. p. 2G3, S. B.
408, introduced by Mr. Folk. Rill to
establish county government.
P. 323 On motion of Mr. Coke the
bill was considered by sections.
Whenever a vote was recorded Mr.
York voted to snxtaln the bill. Motions
were made to adjourn and Mr. York
Toted against them.
P. 323 Mr. Coke offered the lollow
iog substitute for section 7:
Section?. All the provisions of ar
ticle 7. of the constitution, inconsistent
with this act (except those con la iced in
sections 7. 9 and 13), are hereby abro
gated in the provisions of this act sub
stituted lo their place."
MrvYork voted in the affirmative.
Mr. Green called for tho yeas end
najs upon the passage of the bill on Us
second reading, and Youk. voted for its
P.3I3-S. B. 408. Bill to establish
county government on its third reading.
Mr. Dunn moved to amend as fol
lows: Amend section 4 by striking out
General Assembly" and insert "the
qualified voter of the several counties
of tho State." This proposed amend
ment was to provide for the election of
the magistrates by the people.
The aye and noes were ordered upon
Mr. Dunn's amendment, and it was
lost ayes 8. noes 24. YORK voted in
The bill then passed its third reading,
York voting for it.
We yesterday presented Dr. York's
record on the passam of the county
government bill in 1877. He voted for
the measure every time and-voted
against every motion which the Repub
licans made for the purpose ot delay
or to defeat the bill. He voted plump
gaisnt the proposition to elect the
magistrates by the people. That w a
In tho legislature or 187&-T7.
The Democrat ot Wilkes county re
tamed him to the next legislature and
we find blta In 1870 a member of the
Hoojo. Oa January 2. 1S70, psgo of
journal 112. "II. B. 141, a bill to amend
an act chUUedTuf act Lo establish coun
ty government. was put on its second
reading. Mr. Hinea moved to lay on
the table. Mr. Norment demanded
the yea and nay jca Cfi. York vot
ing to lay on the table: nays 47.
So alter having had two years to
think of it. Dr. York itill stood by this
And again did the people of Wilkes
elect him to the legislature, and we
Cad him In the Senate of the session
of 1531 where he still malntalued his
position as a strong supporter of the
county government'aystem. Indeed,
from the beginning to tho end Dr.
York has been strenuous in the advo
cacy of this measure because as he said
it gave Lis people a mucn ocuer gov
eminent than they evr had beiore.
Fashionable circle in New York
hare been greatly interested in the
Klrmrsa which was tiven at the
Metropolitan Opera House Tuesday
lor the benefit of the New York Skin
and Cancer Hospital. As this peculiar
form of entertainment has not. yet
rached the Sooth, a description of it
will no doubt Interest the reader. The
derivation of the word "Kirmess" is
ha obscure, but the name has
lonr been applied to the spring festival
or fair which for centuries has been
k.m jh rear In the villages ot the
Netherlands, when the peasants give
themselves up to several days ot
CetiTltv. Leaving their home tn gay
holiday aUire. they flock to the towns.
which they make Into a great piay
ground, rnihlnf through the streets to
the cry of Ilosscn, uowen. xae
Klrmesa proper is established In some
square, occupied by gay booth and
tents, at vhlch m great variety of aril
dc are oHercd lor tale, while there
ara shows, astrologers, gymnasts and
many devices to amuse, tha idea of a
festival being tho primary feature. The
booths at which articles of food are
offered are all in charge ot pretty girls
ino!d Holland costume. A great fea
ture of tho ktrmcss is found in the va-
rioa Uanrci executed bv groups of
peasant! from different sections in lancv
costumes, each vicing with the other in
their picturesque scenes, or in tho per
fect ton ot their execution of difficult
flan. Thf onera house has btcn tit-
ted up with booths and arrangements
mm! far d.mein?.. A larfre sum was
mnJiTPfi hv a 'Kirincss" tor the same
object last year. 0
Tn n nr!r.ift conversation wita a
member of the German Parliament,
Prince Bismarck recently explained his
reasons for withdrawing troru the di-
rnltnn nf Prtujitl nfTflirS: "I 0.111 70
ft rr VI W l V mm.
years old. My nerves are bad. and I
have no time lo be unclious. How can
TiKint-nr milled fecliri23 and small
m W mnh m m mm,
particular jeiloui'ci when obliged
to watch events xroing on everywhere?
nhv fearful I v inulLinlies my dtr
ties at the Chanccllcrie. Germany is in
irrsttl in what haDDCii3 at Home. Ma
drid. Vienna. Pcitii, St.
raris. London, New York, Washing
ton. Hue, Tamatave, Melbourne, Syd-
nov. Cairo and Khartoum. I must re-
rini tho world as n chcs3 board, and
sec how an event happening, no mat
iir where, can bo made directly or in
directly to aCcct German interests.
Fnrnierlv a chancellor iust needed to
be familiar with the dominant persons
in the courts of Kurooe. He must now
understand as well parties, wirepullers
financiers, and currents of public feel
ing, and act rapidly on information tel
egraphed to him in haste. To general
ize rapidly, hi3 eye should be every
where and his knowledges most exten
sive and exact. The chancellorship is
no sinecure. Its du'ies might overtax
a younger man. If the Emperor did
not fully support me I could not get
Tlie .Doctor' Endorsement.
Dr. W. P. Wright, Cincinnati, O..
sends the subjoined professional en
dorsement: l have prescribed DR.
WM. HAUS 1$ ALo AM tUll Tills
LUNGS in a great number of cases
and always with success. One case in
particular was given :up oj several
nhvsicians who had been called in for
consultation with myself. The patient
had all the symptoms of confirmed
Consumption cold night sweats hectic
fever, harrassmg cougU3. etc. ho com
menced immediately to get better and
was soon restored to his nsual health.
I found DK.-WM. 11A1..1j
FOR THE LUNGS the most valuble
expectorant lor breaking up distressing
coughs and colds.
I paws tor a reply,1
when she scratched at
' as the cat said
the door for ad-
ROSADALIS is a great remedy for
Scrofula, and all taints and diseases of
the Blood. It is not a secret medicine.
but is well known to phjsicians, very
many of whom regularly! prescribe it
in their practice. It is a strengttoning
medicine, enriching the blood and
buildinir ud the system, it snouia
Petersburg' be taken at all times and seasons, but
t A I ,lti
tne sunucn cnanges in inc weamur ui
turb the functions of the system, and
nducc disease. Read the iollowing
Moore's Cheek, N. C, Jan. 17, 1881.
I have suffered 37 years witn Jver
complaint, Rheumatism, Sick IleadJ
ache and disordered Stomach l was
at one time having distracted, rnbbiug
my hands and halt crazy with pain.
My wile sent lor a doctor, anu ne at
tended me 0 months. Ho said ho could
do mo no eood. I felt I was in tho
jaws ot death. Another physician took
mo in charge ana doctorea me 10
months. I paid him $33 and owe mm
$40 more, but ono bottle of ROSA
DALIS did me more good than all the
medicine the doctors ever gave me.
J. II. WALKER.
VV.V t t V
The best eridence in the worid of the
purity ted exoelleuce of BlactweU'B EuH
Durlitm Smoking' Tobacco la found in tho
fCt that the fame of this tobacco increasee
from rear to year. This could not be the
case if it were merely " gotten up to sen,"
or had any dubious or dangerous ingre
dients in it Among' millions of users of
all nationalities, surely some ono would
find out If it were impure, injurious or
unpalatable.. For 18 years this tobacco has
been acknowledged to be the lest in iA
world, and every year the Bull Durham
brand grows more popular, the demand for
it wider, and Emokers
more enthusiastic over its
delicious natural flavor.
Ask your dealer for it.
Get the genuine trade
mark of the BulL
H . There is no mischief done where
I Black weU's Bull Durham
1. Smoking Tobacco is used. I'.Ji'
men 7 1yd nrm c f rl
SPEIM & SUMMER
A proud man demands of himself ex
traordinarv ability: an arrogant man
ascribes it to himself..
116 Market St.
Ancient Rome had eight circuses.
How tho ncwsDaDer offices must have!
been besieged by dead heads !
A Chicago man fell dead iii a saloon
the other day jast alter taking a drink.
Tho barkeeper has been arrested He
is tuspected or having adultoiated the
whisk) with water.)
A Chicaeo dude blushed and ran into
a stairway when he saw ja party of
ladies coming down the street, lie Iiau
fonrotten his cne and could not meet
them in such a nude stale.
Itha3 iust' Ieik-d out that John
Taylor.preident of the Mormon church.
called ratti "a delicious ! darling" ana
tried lo embrace her. lie tiiua t mean
it. Ho acted involuntarily through
torce of habit.
Gecrce William Curtis, being asked
if Ibere wero anv new authors of
special promise, answered: "Not one.
There is no Jiterary movement ot any
kind under way." Do you hear that,
Mr. Blaine not one?
A widow, intendinc to sncceed her
husband in tho management of a hotel.
advertised that "The hotel will be kept
by tho widow of the former handlord,
Mr. Urown. who died last summer on
a new and improved plan' (
A poetess bad begun a poem in un
compromising blank verse on the de
generacy of man ; ''Man was a noble
being once: but' bo " And here
she was compelled to leave il. A de
generate one came in and took the
liberty of helpiug her forward a little:
"Would probably have remained so;
but she "
Ex-Speaker James W. Husted,
of tho New York Legislature,
MAKES A FEW KEMARKS.
"You did not eo to Florida for your
cough and cold, as you proposed?"
"No! i found tho necessary ozone ana
pine aroma in lour aucock a roruu?
Plasters, two on my back ana two on my
chest. I was quickly cured ; they proved
a perfect shield agains t pneumonia.
These plasters also cured my son ol
rheumatism in the shoulder, which for
months defied medical skill. 1 have
found them very quick to cure and ab
solutely painlesi. In bruisos no exter
nal remedies can be more effective.'
"Allcock'a is the only genuine Porous
Plaster; buy no other and you will
not be cheated.
Silver Plated Spoons, Forks an
Knives of best quality, and at manu
facturer's prices, can be found at Ja
cobi's Hardware Depot. t
Nothing Like Them.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plasters are be
yord all comparison toe best, irompt, sure.
Price 25 cents. apl 21
SEVEN UKAT MONARCHIES of the An-1
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le IIAPFlEB, for rejolclnsc book buyers?
Such a war Is In progress. Price reduced from
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by dealers; prices to low. Books for examin
ation before paymon.
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NO MORE EYE-GLASSES.
.lay Cooke, whose lortunc was swept
away by the crash of of 1873. is to-day
ono ol tne wealthiest men of l'cnnsyl
vania. no has investments in iron.
coal, gold and silver mines and rail
roads reaching lar into tho millions.
Iauy Stradbroko was paid S3. 12 tor
the paragraph which brought Edmund
Yates to grief.
Colonel Preston Johnston, a son ot
(tcneral Albert Sidney .Johnston, is re
ported by the lie v. Dr. Henry M. Field
as saying of the battle ofShiloh:
"When my father was shot and fell
from his horse, be had gained a great
victory: and if ho had not been killed
at that critical moment, he would have
captured General Grant and his whole
army." j !
General John U. Gordon, chairman
of the central committee having care in
New York of the proposed Contedcrate
Home, reports a very general and gen
erous response to his circular j asking
for Subscriptions. General Grant sent a
very kind letter, with a check for $500.
Wm. C. Dunton. one of the largest
paper dealers in New York, dropped
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Hon. Wm. M. Evarta is confined lo his
house by illness.
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NEW YORK, 1884.
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If you were to paste end to end all the col
umns of all The bxrss printed and sold last
year you woulcUret a continuous strip ef in
tercstinir Information, common sense wisdom.
sound doctrlre, and sane wit, long enough to
reach from Printing House square to the top
i juount Copernicus in the moon, then back
to Printing House equare, and then three-quar
ters oi toe way uacs: to tne moon strain.
But THE SUN Is written for the inhabitants
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wuuw irue tne fcioue twenty seven or twen
If every buyer of a copy of Tiik Sun during
me pas year nas spent omy one nour over it.
and IX his wife or his grandfather has spent
another hour, this newspaper in 1SS3 has af
forded the human race thirteen thousand years
oi Bteauy reauiug, uigni anu aay.
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that you can form any idea ot the circulation
of ihe most popular of American newspapers,
or of Its influence on the opinions and sciions
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paper wnicn tells the truth without fear of
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or worus ana in the most readable shape,
which la (working with all Its heart for the
cause of honest government, and which there
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E. and must go In thl icoming year of our
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Wilmington . &: Weldon
Ornc of GKKKai.1, su?e kin ten dent,
Wilmington, N. C. A prll 25, 13r4.
email orders blstJJJ
Change of Schedule;
fS AND AFTER APRIL 27, ISS1. At 9.00
Vrv. m., i-aasenTCT TT3lns on the Wllmln
Leave Wilmington, Front St. Dep t, A.
Arrive at Weluon 2.SI P.
ton & Weldon Railroad will run as follows :
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAINS DAIX.T
NOS. 47 NOBTH AKI 4S SOUTH.
fjC-ave Weldon 3.00 P. &
Arrive at Wilm'gton,Froct5t. D'pt, 8.40 P. W
Fast Thbocgh Mail & Passbkoeb Tkajk
DailtNo. 40 Sooth. -
L-eave V eldon 5.50 P. M
Arrive at Wllm'gton.FrontSt.D'p't 10.k'5P.al
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAINS DAH.T
No. 43 North.
Arrive at Weldon....'.
Train No. 40 South will stop only .at Wilson.
Trains on Tarboro Branch Roadlxvp. nv-
uAvuai wr laruuru ei i.xu -A. SSI. ana 4.30 If.
M- Daily; bundays excepted). Returning
leave Tarboro at 10.00 A.M and 3 P. M. Dallv.
A.auio va tiwuauu icci unman itoad leive
jjauiax ior ocotiana JNecK at 3.25 P. Ji. Re
lurrjng leave Scotland Neck at 8.30 A. M
- -. - ' "
uai:y excrpi aunaay. ;
xia,iuxu. 4. inajit;' cioee oonncction at WO
aon ior au points iorta lallv. All rail vis
jticnmona, ana caiiy except Sunday via Jjaj
Train No. 43 runs daily and makes close con
nection for all Foints North via Richmond and
All trains run solid between Wl'mlnalon anr
Tasnmgion, ana nave ruiiiaan Palace Sleen
1 or accommodation of local travel a Ta?scn-
S:r coach will be attached to local freight leav
g Wilmington at 0.55 A. M. Daily excenl
bunaay. . i
JOHN F. DIVIN1C,
T. Al. EJ-llfiRSON, Genera Passenger Axeni.
apl 23 . j
& Augusta. BJ 11. Co,
OFFICS OF GEIiKAl. SUFEEINTEXDENT,
Wilmington, N. C. April 25.13T4
... r O
. 9.10 P. M
. 2.40 A. fti
. 6.20 A. M.
. f.,40 A. M.
. 9. 55P. M.
. 4 S3 A. M.
. 8.23 A. if.
Change of Scheduie.
ON AND AFTEK APEIL 25th, ! iSj"4, at
4.33 A. M., the following Passcnorer Sehed
u!e will be run oa this road : :
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS, DAILY Noa. 48
Arrivo'at C. C. & A. Junction
Leave C, C. & A. Junction..,
Arrive at Wilmington.
Night Mail ao Passengim Tbaik, Dailt
, No. 40 W3T.
Leave Wilmington... .....!f4 P. J5L
Arrive at Flerence J.45 A. M,
MAIL AND PAS3ENGEK TRAIN DAILY
No. 43 East.
Leave Florence at
Arrive at Wilmington:
Train 43 stops at all Stations,
No. 40 stops only at Fleming ton, and Marlon
Passengers for Columbia and all pcl&ta on U
& C. R. R., C., & R. R. Stations. Aiken June
Hon, and all poInt3 beyond, ehonlfi take the
4J Night KxpreesI
Separate Pullman Sleepers for Charlestoi
and Augusta on Trtin 4 0
All trains run solid between Charleston and
Local freight leaves Wilmington daily ex
cept Sunday at 5.C3 A. JI: i
JOHN F. DIVINE,
General 3 tiierin indent '
T. M. KS1ERSON, General Pawicnger Agent
. aid 23 I--
Carolina Central B. H.
OFFIOB OF EJTEBAL SrjPEKINTIfDE2iIt 1
Wilmington. N. C. Oct. , IKS. j
lat fv :......
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Shoulders, f ft......!-
oiaes. v ft...........
BARRELS Spbnra Tvrr'"
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BEESWAX, V ft "
BRICKS, f M
CANDLES, V ft
A daman time "
Dairy, Cream ""
COFFEE, V ft
CORN MEAL, V bus.. In 'sacks
COTTON TIES, bundled 1
DOMESTICS- e" 1
Sheeting, 44. yd. ..........
Yarns. bunch.. '
w O fc
Ilackmrp.l. Kn. 1 i. .J
Mackerel No. l half bb S ' 5
Mackerel, No. 2 bbL 1 4,10
Mackerel! No ? h.w ? 19
Mackerel No. 5 V lllZ .. S
Mullets, bbL..T. I.. J 5
Mullets, Pork obis. ! ! ?S
N. C. Roe Hcrrincr. V
UryCwX, v ft...r..:.."T"
XfERTlLliERs, y 2,000 ftsM""' . f
Peruvian uuano, No. n
Baugh'sPhosphato ....ImS !
Carolina Fertilizer .I.... S 2 2 2
Bone Flour......-"" 0
Navassa Guano ...I . SS
Complete Manure S2
Whann's Phosphate........ mS ?2
Berger & Butz's Phor.ht tin m IT .
Exccllenza Cotton Yeim&uoo
French's Carbonate of l3Ss?S:f?f 1
French's Aerlnltn.1 TJr L IS to
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French's Agricultural Limn
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....7.42 P. M
.......... ... .11!..
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siLwuy...... im 017.
City Mills-Extra. e0 S 12
FamUy jtj SS
. Extra Familv.... s u Z,
ft ...... Jj o u
GRAIN, V bushel- A9 u
uorn, from store, bags,white. ' u
Corn, cargo, In bulk, white.. d o
Corn, cargo. In bags, white.. 66 a
Corn, cargo, mixed, In bags.. ,
oaia, iroiu store......... G5 0 fk
r vart ................ . . 1 uu mm i if
HIDES, V ft .
HAY, V 100
Eastern. ................. 1 20
Western. ,. i u
North River is
uuur uuuN, , ft....
LARD. V ft i I
LUMBER, City Sawed. M ft.
Ship Stuff, resawed. 13 00 ffSi 9
Rough Edge Plank & oo Git I
Webt India Cargoc,accordhr
to quality. JJ 00 ?ls
Dreseed Floorlnj, scaaoae1..18 00 ir
Bcauuing ana jJoard. com'n:.H 00 OHM
MOLASSES. ? gallon I'
VT mT i a A.
xhuw irop iruoa, in nnos..... oc
" hi bbls 40
Porto Rico, in bads 00
w L'vin.. ........
Sugar Houec.ln hhds
in bbia.. ........
Syrup, in bbls...
ILS, Keg, Cut. lOd basis.. 0 00
Change of Schedule.
AlD AFTER OCT'R 1st, 1S83, THE
OILS, V gallon
UVOUi.. ..... ..........
Deck and Soar..'..
Jt TTT rrro 1 ?
Chickeiw, live, grown
PEANUTS W bushel
POTATOES, y bnshel
PORK, V barrek-
i. ....... ......
" M MT 0m Si
BICE Carolina, y ft..........
BAGS, V ft Country..
rope, vf a
SALT, V sack. Alum.......... 09
Lisbon.......; ......... 00
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following scneaoie will be operated oa this
Railroad : .
TASSSNGER MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIN '
Dally except Sundays.
1 Leave Wilmington at 7.00 P.
No. Ll J Leave Raleighat... 8.00 p.
) Arrive at Charlotte at- 7.30 A.
) Leave Charlotte at ..8.15 P.
No. 2. Arrive Raleigh at 8.30 A.
j Arrive at Wilmington at.... 8.25 A.
Passenger Trains stop at rce&lar station-.
only, ana points designated m the Company':
SHELBY, DIVISION, PASSENGER,
EXPRESS AND FREIGHT.
Daily except Sundays.
v o 1 Leave Charlotte 8.15 A. M
Arrive at Shelby 12.15 P. M.
Xrt , ) Leave Shelby..... i 7.40 P.M.
) Arrive at unariotte.... 5.40 P. M.
Trains No. 1 and 2 make cloee connection at
namiei witn li. & A. Trains to and from Hi
Through Sleepinar Cars between Wilmln
and Charlotte andRalelzh and Charlotte.
Take Train No. 1 for Statesvllle, Stations
t estern aukk, Asnevilie and points Wee
Also, for Spartanburer. Greenville. Athm
Atlanta and all points Southwest. .
L. C. JONES,
F. W. CLARK, General Ptsaenger Agent
OCt 1 !
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EX C-. ...ml'lS.
SOAP. V ft Northern.
SHINGLES, 7 In. V M M mu -
Common.;....... M !
Cvprees "Hearts...... ; JJJ
STAVES, f M-W.O. BarreL.l 00 0JJ
B. O. Hogshead ... " I
TALLOW, V ft..i... ,
TIMBER, M feet Shlpptof.l M fAZ
Finn m?ii. . .I.....11 f-f
PARSLEY & WIOGINS,
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j and ; : ." ."' '
ORNAMENTAL WOOD WOKK.
apl 22 tf ... , . ..
Uoxes and Crates,1
FOR 8HIPMEST OF VIGS.TAB ES AND
FrulU. in shoots or read r made. i .
. , YELLOW PKNE LUMBER.
A full stock of Hough and Drctsed Lumber.
x's, ior ctuiainz punHJses. -
, r Oraers by the cargo. Domestic and For
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aid22"dAw PARSLEY A WIGGINS 1
Mill Prime j
Mill Fair.. . .tJ
Common MUI.....I '2 it
Inferior to Ord?nary -.Jr Si a
WHISKEY, gal Northern..! 00 0
WOOL.V ft Washed 2
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