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tsr The Daily Review has the largest
K-na fide circulation, of any newspaper
blidJnihe cxty of WUnwngUpi-
'hn Kelly, the Tammany chief, is!
..;; too ill to werk of read. :
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president Cleveland "Is expected to
fisit Chicago soon alter his inaugura
tion. ;;: '-;.
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The tide seems to be setting towards
Arthnr as the next Senator from New
Camphor trees are growing thrUtily
tt Ouincy. -ne Pani8 were od-
rmm Wasbinirlon V
William Klacs nas spun a new yarr,
White i earner, " wnica is to do pun-
t-LA n a n aortal stnr i
Clarence Seward, tbo son of William
II. Seward, is a new candidate in tho
New York Senatorial field. j
Washington hotel men say the Indi.
cations are that the entire Democratic
party will attend the inauguration of
The fund for the benefit of the family
oflhelate A. M. Sullivan ' has ' reached
5.000. This is one-half the sum it is
proposed shail be raised.
Mr. Archibald Forbes, whose wild
ride3, successtul lectures and dashing
writing made him so popular in Amer
ica, is on a lecturing tour Id Scotland.
Extensive gold deposits, it is said.
have been discovered near Isbpeming.
in Miohltrnn- and unnmher ot nomna-
nies have been forced to develop them.
The Andover Review for
contains a discriminating
interesting review of the "Life and
Letters of Bayard Taylor," by Paul II.
Hayne. ; . .
Since the defeat of Mr. Blaine neither
that gentleman nor a single one of bi j
followers has said one word about pay-
mg tne aeots 01 tne oiaies wun me sur-
-. . f . r. t ! ll I
plus money in the Treasury.
the natural bridge of Virginia the othef
morninir, with a noise like the crack cr i
doom. This is the first fall on record
since the Abridge was struck by light-j
ning, in 1779.
Belva Lockwood was Tilliev Wilkins
when a child, and lived at Shippens
ville and CorsicaClarion County. She
married a lawyer named Cra;g, but
separated from him before marrying
A memorial to the late Duke of Alba
ny, recently made in Aberdeen, has, at
the Queen's command, boon placed by
the side of the Duke's favorite walk
near Balmoral. It is a large and hand
some chair of polished granite.
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Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood ought to be
on good terms with Vice. President
Hendricks when he settles down in
Washington. The Indiana Electoral
College was the only jone that was gal
lant enough to cast a-complimentary
vote for her. "
Mr. Steele MacKaye, in the plans of
the new Lyceum Theatre, New York,
has turned his inventive genius against
the ticket speculators. There are to be
no tickets used in the house. What
device is to take their place Mr. Mac
Kaye does not yet diulge. j
The cause of woman's higher educa
tion advances in a marvelous fashion
of iate. S. A. Smith, of Montreal, has
Just given to McGill Universiry $50,
000 to establish separate classes for the
purpose , and he had previously given
the same amount for the same cause
McGill University is hot likely to re
fuse the eift with its conditions, as TJel-
delburg recently did. v
While tho market has been depressed
during the Fail by the immense wheat
croD of the present year, the supply of
rye ia said to be far below the demand.
The visible supply of rye at Chicago is
now only 25,600 bushels, against 1,206,-
000 bushels a year ago. The bakers and
Germans are said to be very much de
pressed in the West over the prob abili
ty thai rye bread will soon be a thing
ot the past. '
The Statistical : Society has pub
lished a table showing the railway
mileage of Europe, from which it ap-
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pears that liermany comes, nrst kwiw
21,500 miles, followed by Great Britain,
18.200; Russia, i4,Wf-Axalria; 12,000;
Italy. 5,500: Spain, 4,900; Sweden;3 4,-
600: Belgiam, 2,500: Switxerland. 1.-
563 ; Holland, 1,435; Denmark, 1,160 ;
EouEviai 020; Turkey, 870; Portugal,
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ISDEX TO IEW ADVERTISED EMTS.
C W Titks-Holiday Goods
Will West To ths Public
8 H-TKlilBLB Fruit at Auction .
. HRUfSBERGKB Christmas Goods
EL A BAGO, Chalrtr an Proposal
Notice Application to the Legislature
P C MnXEB Friends and Fellow Citizens
Johx Wekitbb Xho Practical German Bar
Two weeks to-day to Christmas.
1 ho receipts of cotton nt tr is
to - day foot np 1,011 bales.
The National Board of Health
veneain wasninfi;ton yesterday
Thomas F. Wood is a delesate
. u- vr.-i t i j
uu uatijuo xtyy5, visuu, cieureu
for Ghent. Belgium, with 1,650 bales
cotton, valued at $S0,000. shipped' by
Messrs Alex Sprunt & Son.
For the South Atlantic States, partly
cloudy weathei and local rains, nearly
stationary temperature, East to South
The chickens stolen on Tuesday
night, which were captured by officers
Terry and Merritt and taken to the City
Hall were identified yesterday as the
property of Mr.. Wm. Larkins. He
lost 22, but only 10 were found.
We have been requested to state that
Rev. TaulJ. Carraway, the new Pre
siding Elder of this district, will hold
erlmef lh Fiflhu Slrtrnee J
ill. -TJ . UUUIVU, IU LUIS UlllY UU kUC
and 21st insts'., and at Smithville on the
27th and 28th insts.
Joseph Gause and Henry Lane, both
colored, were brought before the Mayor
hls morning, charged with disorderly
conduct. Both were found guilty, and
the former was fined $2, while tho lat
teTm as heine the worse sinner, was re-
quiredjto pay a fine of $10.
Col. II. B. Short, of Waccamaw, and
Dr. E. Porter, of Rocky Point, were in
the city to-day.
Mr. Geo. N. Harriss, of the Wsdes
boro Times, is in the city to-day and
paid us a pleasant visit this, forenoon.
George McQueen, colored, hunt a
Ferry, on the Pee Dee river, and
screened behind it a few days since. He
attempted to draw his gun to him by
he muzzle, in doinsr which it was dis
charged and the contents entered his
body inflicting wounds irom which he
has since died. He was unmarried.
A Good Move.
We learn that there is a movement
on foot among ! some ot our German
fellow citizens for the organization of
an instrumental band. The movement
as yet is mainly, among the members
of Howard Relief Fire EngiueCo,. and
a meeting looking to such an or
ganization will be held at their engine
hall to-morrow night, when decided
action wili probably be taken in the
matter. The Germans are a musical
people, and we are well aware that
among those in this city there is natur
al talent ot high order, and we hope
that it may be cultivated.
Navassa Guano Co.
At the annual meeting of the Navassa
Guano Co., of Wilmington, held in this
city to-day, Mr. R. E. Calder was call
ed to the Chair and Mr. D. McRae 'vas
An election of officers was held which
resulted as follows :
President Hon. R. R. Bridgers.
Superintendent Col. C. L. Grafllin.
Secretary and Treasurer Mr. Don
Supt. ol Agencies Col. W. L. De
Rosset. Directors Messrs. R. R. Bridgers.
John C. Grafflin, Edward Kidder!
Walter E. Lawton. Smilie A. Greffg,
Win field S. Dunan and Donald Mc
Rae. A dividend ot 7 per cent was declared
payable on the 15th inst.. to stock
holders of record of this date.
Sonio people are just as cross as a
bear, they soap your bead off when you
happen to open your mouth. Wecayi
not excuse them, for they have bad
colds, which makes them irritable, and
are too mean to bny a bottle of Dr
Bull's Cough. Syrup, which would re
store their good natnre. ;
Gloves ! Gloves H Gloves ! H
Gloves ! U ! Gloves ! ! ! ! ! at Dyer's !
at Dyer ! ! at Dyer1? ! flat Dyer'a I ! ! i
at Dyer'a ! ! ! ! !. - - f
W ILMINGTON. N.' a. THURSDAY . DECEMBER
1 here is a colored - fair in progress4
at niiwesuoro lor wnicn me services i
of a colored band from Monroe baveldenceof Mrs. M. E. Cushin. corner
I -v v-. vnnMM.,l XT' I , d I 1 Jk l
wcru imsugeu. i csieruay iue oanu i
camo irom the k air grounds and stop-
ped m front of the Central Ilotel at
Wadesbaro and &ave Capt. : Frederick,-
tne landlord, tlie beneht of a serenade,
which was -dnlyV appreciated. After
serenading Capt. Frederick, and at bis
suggestion, the .band played it dirge iu
front of the PostofBce for ihe bene
fit of the Postmaster and coccind
ed by playing the "Sweet By and By,'
as suggestive of the time when that offi
cial would be compelled to retire from
public life. i ,
The Committee Organized. -
ed tobe appointed by the Chairman " of
uto rauroau meeiiug i ma recent bes-
Oi An rioa boon r o r- a e on1 nnnatcto f
the following named irentlenien:
MoarC a tt Mnr t tr I
xx. , ttUi,JaaytCw, v.
Currie, Roger Moore, Wm. Calder and
A.D.Brown. Its duties are to prepare
for the action of the Legislature suita-
ble charters for the two proposed rail
roads and to inform the Cape Fear &
Yadkin Valley Railroad of the action
of said meeting. The committee has
orornnitferl nnd trnnn to wnrlr and will
without doubt, nave everytning pre
pared in good order and in due season.!
Pine Forest Cemetery.
The annual meeting of the lot owners
of Pine Forest Cemetery,- was. held at
the City Court Room yesterday even
James K. miliar presided and in .
r ci a i m i I
u. oampson was oucretary. xue uu-
..uai iu . uo ii, auu x.ao-
urer, John .Norwood, was read, ap-
Fiuv uu a.i,tu. iuiui.uu
thanks o the old board of onieera was
to the election of a beard of directors
for the ensuing year with the following
result : . ,
John Haariss Howe. John G. Nor
wood, James K. Cutlar, Enward Dick
son. J. P Green, Jos. J. Jones and
Lewis Le Grand.
A resolution was adopted thanking
the Mayor and Chief of Police lor the
use of the Hall, after which the meet
Fire at Polkton.
There was a big fire and a very dis-
astrcus nre at PoiKton early on luesday
morning. Four stores were burned
and the total loss 13 estimated at from
$25,000 to $30,000, with very little
iu8urabce. The fire originated in the
drug store of Dr. J. C. Candless, about
1.30 o'clock in the morning, and was
accidental. I tie building, Demg of
wood, burned rapidly and was soon re-
duced to ashes. Tho fire spread to
hree other store houses, all of which,
within 40 minutes from the time the
fire started, were in ruins. The burned
out firms were J. C. Candless, drugs:
N: G.Thomas, general merchandize;
L. J. Pope, dry goods ; Von nor Good
win, general merchandise. Four or
five houses in the vicinity of the burn
ed buildings were scorched and blister
ed, but were saved from the flames by
hard work on the part 01 the citizens.
The Arson Case.
Mr. Lewi3 Johnson, who was arrest-
edupon suspicion of setting fire to a
building on Mr. A. II. VanBokkeleh'a
distulerv vard n luesday morning 1
last, but whose case was continued by
the State on account ot the absence o
an imDOrtant witness, was discharged,
as it was proven that he was not
man seen on the premises at the time.
Mr. Charles Johnson, who lives at
No. 213 South Front street, was arrest
ed and, at a hearing before Justice E.
D. Hall this morning, was identified
a3 the man who was seen at the time of
1. XI n .itmiltiul thdf ll r UTOQ t h
. . .
man. and stated that he was on bis
way iw uuuuoiu wifH116
whicb laid in the stream nearly oppo
site Kidderrnill, after some tools with
which he hadeen working on he ves
sel. He discovered the hre and gave
the alarm just.; as Mr. Bryant came
along. Looked for a bucket with which
to get water, but conld not find one.
His statement did not differ materially
nuui vuo ww-j
The latter testified that he was going
, - . . V.o-
fish ng thatJmorDing.andat Mf. Van
RnL-tnlonV; still vard met the defendant
liOkKeien-S sua yaru uitu tut, eiCUU" -
vahn s.fd there was a nre. v itness nau
a bucket in bis hand, and extinguished j
the fire with three buckets of water.
Johnson was discharged. -
To every Housekeeper a good
Bnhst&ntial cook stove IS an important
, , :n a-a i l.
necessity and our readers WUI nna ine
Kf t Furtnrv rricea at JACOBI S
best, at factory prices au IAWlia
Hardware Depot. ' - T
Aii Overturned Lamp.
. A-serious accident was narrowly
averiea. mzm beiore last, at the resi-
m 1 i . '
i nira ana Martet Streets. A lamp OU
a table was accidentally overturned and
broken and the oil as it escaped became
iginled and set"fire to the floor and to
vanons articles ot furniture. Some of
tho nassers-bv ruahp.d in nnd snrpopiled
in suppressing the flames before any
great damage was sustained. There was
"Oe ol the Finest" entertainments
ot the season was presented at -the
Opera House last night by the inimit-
ab!e Williams and his ready good
company, kji course nearly an tne
intftrf;t, of tha nlav npntprpH in Mr
Wfmf4mif wh0t CapL MisMert a
Germaomember oftheNewYork police
. . . t '
Iorcet x:ept tne audience in an uproar
u;a ,,-.t c5.n 1
" " e 1
actions. There was an case and
naturalness in his lun that made it all
ma r, rru0
L niao..n r,;i i,:
were rendered in fine taste. The sup.
port was excellent throughout and
those who attended, as we did, to see a
laughable play. well rendered were not
in the least disappointed. The house
was crowded to. greet the actors and
all were as pleased as they well could
Wants Cleveland's Old Hat.
Of all the letters received by PresN
dent-elect ClfiVAlaml sinrn NTovp.mhpr
4t. we . ... nQnft of . .
Mm h envnr:aa tKan no rrn
Bo3S ReagaD of Wadesboro. Mr.
R n addressed a letter to Mr. Clove-
lanj lagt jn whjch he sajd . ..j
i i ,1 ta
do not want office. My first ballot was
cast for Buchanan and the last' for you ;
and, as I see by, the papers that you
wear the same number ot hat as I do.
and supposing that yorT Will get a new
vuow mo luauKuitticu m, x wuu1u.uts
: t 1,1 1
much obliged to you for your oid one."
iur. iteagan nas not received an answer
to bis letter as yet, but is confidently
expecting the President's old hat, which
he says ;I wili always keep and then
hand it down to my children."
The entertainment to be given in the
J Opera House for the benefit of the
Wilmington Library Association will
prove the eveut of the-season. There
is every indication now of a crowded
When is a man not a" man? When
1, l-na o nen rtt h;r00jf ori
use st 'Jacobs Oil for aches and
uiun..o v anu. t i.
Price, 50 cents
SETHW, DAVIS, Auctioneer.
BY S. H. TRIMBLE.
rpO-MORROW, COMMENCING AT 10 o'clk.
I will sell a JBnio lot of case goods . "consisting of.
Fort Wiuc, I't haaipaane. Cherry Brandv.
French Brand v. BIttera. KimmeL and atoo a
lot of Boot?, hoes, S ho 3 Blacking, Nolions.&c.
acc ji Jt
To the Public.
E CLAIM NO EXCLUSIVE RIGHT.
but we have the DUFJTY MALT WHISKEY at
less tban fl per quart at the "GEM "
dec 11 " WILL. WEST.
The Excursion and Pic Nic
EASON IS OVER AND THE THEATRI
f!T. ANn Tt AT.TPpnonn hn.nrpnPil ttmin arrt
JOHN WERNER. t5ie practical German Bar-
I uer ",Kl 1 erremer, is personauy . in auenuance
I 1 a W M m a . ,
O t Vila f-Tofv lWoelmv kalAAn f . ..V a Qf.nnt
u w .'l
A PPLICATION WILL BS MADE TO the
XjL 1 ezi9lature of the State of North Carolina
at its next session, for the pa3taf o of an Act
rporating tne v luutneton. oosiew A rast
t arouna Railroal Company, a'so an Act to
I mcorporats a" company
to bulla a nuiroaa
from wiimigton to FayetteviUe, n. c.;;ai6o.
kin valley Balirad Company.
Wilmlngton.-N.- U. 11th Lec. 1S8I
dee 11 SOt- , ...
Our Holiday Goods
k BE NOW OPEN, AND OUR LADY
friends are Invited to criticise our selections.
GILES As MURCHISON,
dec 10 SS & 40 Murchlsoa Block
T7DTJQTT inrkTi T?TCTT
yv will have a fine lot of
IT FRESH COD, weighing from 2 pounds
Upfor aaiat out rtsh MaAet on Friday
morning.- will-bis sold cheap, now
1 for nice dbaner. Leave orders early. Will
1 aenver to any part of the city.
- m mun imam housl
arm west corner ox second ana isarket sts.
-H fRS. A. GT BLACK TAKES PLEASURE
1TI in lnmnnrinr to her fnencu ana tH na H.
I nc t&ai regular, lanic ana transient beard can
m WA W A A m - -
wuu uw wtwuu, uo most conve -
j rJent to business of any la the dry. Rooms
be naa at tne above loraoon, the most conve -
I weu Tcnoiaiea -nna wen lanushoa.
Table eupplled with the best the narketaf-
I fords, Tercaxaoderate. : decltf
OJFICE BOABD OF COMMIrSlONER?,
FOR THE COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER,
December Sth, 1SS4.
OSOPOSALS WLL BE DECEIVED by tho
Board, at thslr mectlnsron Monday, the 22d
day of December,
First, For. furnishing the Inmates of the Poor
House with Food, Clothing. Medicine and At-
tcnllon fcr two jersrom January 1st, 1SS5.
Also; for Securing and'WerklBg Prisoners
sent to the Hou3cof Correct ion, and suppljing
them w.th Fo:d. ClctliiofT ard Medicine. Cof
fins and Burial will be required, also for such
persons as may die.at thess Institutions.
Second, For furnlshlncr Mtdielne for Btich
Out-Door Pot as may be prescribed by the
Superintendent f Health.
Third. For furnishing Coftui and Burial for
cu outuoor row &B may be ordered
The Board will reserve the to rcect
any or all bid. ' -i v-'
dec ll 2t , H. Ar.BAGG, Chiirman
All the Little Folks !
"11TE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
MILLINERY, Hat3. Bonnet. Hoods, Velvet
Caps for little bo? and gl'ls.
of every description. Crochet Hood Sacks,
Infanta Cloaks. Our good 3 are cheap and all
will find it to their advantage to call and ex
amine our ttock before purchasing.
dec 10 lm MRS. S. J. BAKER
V. B. YOPP. CONTRACTOR AND
Jobber, tenders his services to the clll-
line with promptness and dispatch. Setting
XRTin. HA In nTPnornd In all nrnrl- In Yia
uKca auu a Bpeciaiiy.
.4ar Orders left at Mr. S. W. r Holden'a hon
prJ?mHy aenaed to
F. V. B. YOPP.
Conference is Over
jjgUT HUMPHREY JENKINS
are receiving dally, at their Oyster
also keop a full supply of Green Groceries,
vimcjtens ana Jigss. oysters sent c. o. D
FEW MORE BOARDERS, EITHER
bleJrenlaror trans,cnt cam be accemmo-
.u w" comionaD.e rooms ana inc uest tue
i market affords, at
MRS. ROBERT LEE'S.
1 13 Market st., bet. Front and Second.
nov J8 11
Attention ! Attention !
IKN HAND AND TO ARRIVE A CHOICE
lot of Country1 Sausage, Liver PuddlDg and
Hoe's Head Cheese, nrenared bv Mr. Bor
deaux of Penderounty. A full line of Freeh
Family Groceries, together -with Chickens,
Eggs, Ac. A choice lot of Florida Oranees
just arrived. A choice lot of Xmas Candies,
ire works, &c. We also Invite attention to
our Whiskeys, Old Log Cabin, Brunswick
private btock and Buckingham Rye. Alto.
JN. u. corn, wines. Brandies, Gins, Ac.
CRAIG & THOMAS.
Commission Merchant! and dealers In Grocer
ies, Liquors, Ac,, No. Hi So, ifroot Street,
almost opposite tte Market,
k N ENDLESS VARIETY; TOO NUMER
ous to Itemize. Fancy Extravaganzas, Im
ported Oddities, Japanese Curiosities, and ex
tensive collection of goods of every , descrip
tion Imaginable, from nearly all the principal
manufacturing ciUes ia Europe and America
- m 11 i 1 . t 1 1
x'jease can eariy 10 avoiu inc xxisn. anu bcc
tho Immense display of Beautiful Christmas
and New Years Cards.
A eordlal invitation
Is extended to all at
dee 8 1 1 ve Book and Music -t res
Conoley's Drug Store.
1216 SIABKET STBEET.
J WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS A FINE
aasortment of XMAS GOODS. My friends
(and the Ladles especially) are invi:ed to call
ana examine. My prices win te reasonable
conoieya CrOiogxe is nnsnrpsssea by any
omer. very neepeciiuuy.
dec 8 J. W. CONOLKY.
rPHOSK famous horne oys-
I TEES can be found at the Old North
State F&loon. Tbey are the hett brought to
itua cny. uigars, w ines, ueer, ana 01a ciem
mcx wnuaey, always on nana, call at tho
OLD NORTH STATE 8 A LOOS,
6 South Front Street.
Now if Ever.
A T TIIE CHRISTMAS. DIN NEB CLOSE
J. at hand j ou expect your friend. When
you slit down te find that Turkey burnt on
cue side and raw on the other, that Cake half
done, you will make some aide remarks to the
1 cook (win notmenuoa them She will aim
1 cook iwuj qsidcbhoo avm j one wm sua
I ply remind yoa of that Okt Stove. Buy a new
I one in uxe ana save vemper.
- - PARK. Eli & TAYLOIL
I FTJuS yyIuTS OIL. - dec 8
t PULiai ioriCA " -
Tfw21bfa to reeelTtt TOnumuaicattoa
froxa our friends on any and all isubjact. ;
teaerailatertst bat" , " - , C V
The aaao ot tie writer ratal arvrays be
a!cc4 to the ditor. " ""
i CosinranlcaQoas rauit t writtts ta on
one aide ot the paper. , - - t
Peraozaaitlee must be avoided.! . -And
It la especially , ard parCcularly ta de
tood that the Editor does not aiWar endoia
the views of correspondent nnWe t c au
In the editorial colnxma. t
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS
AT . " '
1. ! ITZ'S
116 Market St.
Black( Silks at 60c, 70, $1, $1.25 per
Cashmeres, all shades, frohri2c up.-
Ladies' Cloth Tricot Reps.
Flannels. Dolmans, Shawls. - .
Blankets, Spreads, very low.
Ladies1, Gents and Children's Under
2,000 Handkerchiefs, from 3c up.
Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, at cx
traordinary low prices -
Velvets and Velveteens, all shades.
THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES too
numerous to mention, bought below
Manufacturer's cost, and SELLING
LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
A call will -conyince my patrons that
for XMAS GIFTS it is ECONOMY to
buy something useful'as well as desi
116 Market St.
MUTUAL TRUST FUND LIFE ASSOCIATION
OF NEW YORK.
Tho average cost of Insurance
for past throe years at age of
40, has been only $7,315 per
Reference Is mado to thefoUowlosr members
of the Aesoclatlon : : .
raleiohYn. c. -
A B ANDREWS, President Railway.
E R STAMPS. President State National Bank.
WALTER H PAGE, EUtor Chronicle.
CHARLOTTE, N. C. .
W W PEG BAM, Boot and Shoo Merchant.
CHAS R JONES, Editor Charlotte Obttrxtr. '
A G BREN1ZEU, Cashier Commercial Nation
Dr JOSEPH GBAnAM, Ex President State
Col JOUN E BROWN, Attorney at-Lnw.
MAYER A ROSS, Wholesaled rocers.
LEON MEYER. Wholesale Dry Goods, of
Meyer & Kcessler. '
&ALI3BURY, N. C.
ISAAC If FODST, Cashier Bank.
C C K RIDER, Sheriff Rowan county. "
J M 1IORAU, Clerk Supci lor Court.
J S McUUBBiNs, Jr . Treamrer Rowan eo.
- CONCORD. N. C.
J S FI3HER, Treasurer Cabarrus county.
J 8 RANKIN, Farmer. . -
DrUG SMITH, f r 7" T" V
WINSTON, N. C. .
1 J VAUGHN, Tobacco ManuLtcturer.
A A SMUII,
O C SMITH, ' - . - -
EDWARD A OLDHAM, Editor kniineL
BJEIDSVILLE. N. C - "
R M SLOAN, Jr., Cashier Bank of JU-Wevlllc.
S U Ware A CO., Merc&ants.
GOLDS BORO, N. C. -
J A BONIHZ,Editor Jfetscnntr.-
E A WRGIIT, Magistrate. -
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