The Baiiv Revise
WILMINOTON. N. C.
TUESDAY OCIOBKR 7.
EHTIBBD AT THE tt8TOFFtCE AT
Wilmington, N. C, as Second Clas
Prof. Church, of West Point Academy,
says that candidates for that institution
are not nearly bo well fitted as they were
a quarter ef a century ago.
Propagating sponges by cutting th
lire ones into small pieces, attaching them
to lumps of rock and sinking them to
proper depths in suitable places is pro-
red bv a Prof. Schmidt; He thinks in
three years they wilt be marketable and
yield a handsome profit.
A94 carat diamond, fouud recently at
Mekera'a Buab, in-the South African
diamon fields, was sold on the spot for
$35,000. The same "digger" in whese
lot this rare find fell unearthed about the
same time a 'fine stone cf 22 carat, and
another of 101 carats, besides several
It appears that 500 laurel wreaths and
several thousand violet bouquets for the
Prince Imperial's funeral were manufac
tured at Munich, Deither Pa jis nor .London
artificial flower makers being able to un.
dertake the work in the time allowed
4,000 persons are employed in that indus.
try by 37 factories in Munich.
The friends of Gan. Hancock propose
to establish a Hancock headquarters at
Washington when Congress meeta and to
begin the work of actively pushing him
for the Democratic nomination for the
Presidency. They expect much assist
ance from the South and parts of the
The Florida canal project has been
given up. The projectors' wanted
special session of the State Legislature to
give them au act of incorporation, but
they refused to advance 15,000, as the
Governor requested, to pay the expeuwe
of the session, and the Governor pro
nounced the bill which they had pre
pared wholly inadmissible.
Notwithstanding the deeperate con
dition of the Turkish finances there was
set apart, out of a recent loan, 65,000
for new decorations for the imperia
' yacht, and 20 000 for two new aquari
urns for one of the Sultan's pleasure
grounds. At the same time all the officers
of the army have been thirty-seven
months without pay and are suffering
A Tennessee darky preacher held forth
recently as follows: 'You girls call your
sweethearts 'darlings,' and you men call
yours 'daisies,' and you girls are afraid to
come up here for fear some other girl wih
get off with your 'darlings,' and you men
for fear some other fellow will get away
with your 'daisies and' said he, 'between
this 'Jailing' and 'daisy' business lots of
you 'niggers' are going straight to hell.'
The Mexican volcano of Orizaba, 17 300
feet above the sea level, has been ascended
by M. Athalz i, a resident of Puebla. Thh
teen persons accompanied him, one of
whom died at the top from rarefaction of
the air, and another a few days afterwaids
from erysipelas caused by the reflection of
t e sun on the snow. 7,000 steps bad to
be cut in the snow to gain the summit,
and the expedition occupied four days, one
of which was a blank owing to rain and
snow. Baron Muller, in 1859, first made
the ascent, and he has had very few suc
cessors. The Bev. Albert Whiting, an Ameri
can missionary in China, died of famine
fever while ministering to the starving
natives. The Governor of the province
offered to defray the expense of sending the
body home, and, when it was explaiced to
him that Americans did not share in tho
Chinese horror of being buried in a tor
elgn country, he gave a plot of ground in
which to make a grave, and deputed
twelve Chinamen to worship the dead
On the day Cardinal Manning assisted
at the baptism in London of the Duke of
Norfolk's son and heir, be celebrated mass
and breakfast at early morn iu Liverpool,
reached Norfolk House, St. James
Square, by 2 o'clock, paid a visit to the
Archiepiscopal residence at 4 P. M ,
caught the Liverpool express by 3'P. M
and addressed a large meeting of Roman
Catholics on temperance in St. George's
Hall at 10 the same evening. This is ec
clesiastical activity for one over seventy.
At the carnival in San Francisco in
honor of General and Mrs. Grant, on
Thursday evening, Mrs, Graut wad pre
Ken ted with a bouquet composed of V e
tlowers indigenous to ths various coun
tries she had passed through in her tour
round the world. The flowers were placed
in regular order, Stirling from Philadel
phia and ending with Ban Francisco.
The bouquet-holder, five inchesloog, was
ot pure California gold, and inlaid with
j irtz and a colleciioa oi other metals
Ivuud en the Pacific .coast.
HOT.8P, QUITE IF YOU PMZASfi.
The Wiiminffton Review fvrfa l he
nomination of riarouel J. Ti!dru for Tie-
i-4eni. I'eter slurb lii ex Appeal,
"On tDej coDtrRr q i.te the. rewer- .
as Sam vveller wou y, . e : -
nform our respected ; extemporary, tl-
,itinn nfth' Pf.vckwJ i-Ti we though.
we made quite p'Hi'M
n our lHsue i i
omission of u
rhursday laat, btit th
adverb by the typo made tue nr t
t i ! I - f 1 . A"
sentence of our editprial rt-ad ''we are one
of ' those
Samuel J. i VI Men 1 receive
nation for President at the bands of
the Democratic Convention -'I We sup
pose our cotempdraly must have read on-
ly so far and no farther, for had be read
th -ntire edrorial.he would have discov
ered that there
evidently a word
line whish should
omitted in the first
have been dade to read
thus : NV e are
not one of (hose
who! favor Samuel J.
Tihfon. &c. ',Tnis we took the trouble to
explain in ah editor al paragraph in oui
very next issue .which wt? mo oui-j "u
cotemporary failed to notice.
THEIKUlkW TROUBL S
It would seem that the outbreak among
I- i .
beneral and ot much
greater magnitude, than was dt first an
uuv iu"." - , - p . ,
tici Dated. There is now no doubt, as we
learn from the latest reports, that nearly
th. entire lite tril e is in aim a. a obtitre
1 . m
government, nor tliat Uieir principal chief,
Our?y, who eviden ;ly desires to continue
in friendly relations with the whites, Jis
utterly powerless to $ubdue the warlike
spirit of the. tribe. It is also a tact that
the Utes have been jjined by other tribes,
and that their raoksjhave beon materiallj
swelled by reinforcements from th
Arapahoes and Uintah jujes. All these
tribes feel that they jhave suff red grievous
wrong from the whites, and, seeing no
probability that those wrongs will evei
be' redressed, their savage natures sej no
other method' than by retaliatory outrage
to inflict as much punishment as possi
ble in avenging heir wrobgs.
No p ople on the tace of the earth have
been tre. ted with more1 peitiuious cruelty
than have the Ii.dians. Fu m the! time
the Puritans found
oin, fter they
had landed on the coast M' Massachusetts
and then thanked God for II is bouuty (but
nr whrii tbev never ii tiered to pay 'the
Indians, to whom the corn belonged), until
the present,they iiave been kictims of white
cupidity, cruelty and oppression. Like
dew before the.suu, theyj have been driven
from the mountains, Water couises ana
hunting grounds ' cf jlhe east towards the
settim; sun,uutil tbef reflex tide of civili
z itjou from the Pacific coast has met them,
and they are now jhenimed in between
two continually1' encroaching1 fo ces, to
neither of which can
y jlook with anj
hope or expectation of mercy or justice.
In this deplorable situatiou they have
appealed to I be government for relief,
which has in every instance resulted in
greater and more cruel wrongs than they
were compelled tp endure 1 before asking
governmental protecitioJ. . They have bad
foisttd "upon them, iu tpe shape of In
dian agents, a set of the meat heartless,
merciless, mercenary scamps, cut-throats
and thieves that ever managed to keep
clear of the penitentiary or the hangman's
rope. Hot an i Indian nor, a tribe of
Indians, have lever received a dollar's
worth of benefit from any appropriation
made by the Un'ited States in their be
half, for it has all been 'swallowed up by
the rapacious sharks, appointed by the
government as agents to -look after their
interest and welliare.
frauds perpetrated by
tains are a shame and a
;hese fiicial vil-
stigma upon the
country. The Indians would have been
infinitely better off had they been left
-entirely free from official' interference
bad as would have been their situation. .
Troubles will continually arise on the
iron tier so ion as tne lhuians are com
pelled to endure such wrongs; and their
avenging blows will fall wherever and
whtuever the, opportunity presents itself.
We have no right to expect anything
else. Their cause is all
when opportunity Offers,
hesitaU to strike with
they will not,
all the force at
their command, and with all the ferocity
of their natures.
NOT TOO 8QOJT.
We have a report" thatj the city of, Chi
cago has organized a branch of the "So
ciety for the Suppression of Vice. ' We
have no knowledge of the plan of labor
proposed by this "branch," and from all
we have been able to learn , of the moral
atmosphere of that city
a less to know in which paiticular i de
partment of vice it should commence op
ei ations. ' If the "branch" is not more
than mortally efficient there is a life-long
job before it. If it is, not , already very
m ell informed as to the various stages,
degrees and kinds of vicej existing in the
world, and should pursue its arduous un
dertaking wi'h energy it will be astonish
ed at the multifarious torts, styles and
kinds of general wickedness and moral
cussedness which will be developed in
that city on the lake.
There is not a doubt
the wickedest place, in
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that I Chicago is
proportion to its
size and population, in the United States,
and although we are told thut,
"Wbile the- lamp holds rut to barr,
The vilest tinner maj n turn."
we (onfcider it ll c nio( hopeless fie'd fr
uU 'CPsful reformatory enterprise on ths
c!itinftt ' It is barely possible that it is
guceptib'e of purification, but by what
"priees U a problem yet to be solved.
Certainly fire hid n g-.ol fff ct, but, vu
the contrary, since pAs iuji. through that
ordeal, it has eeemed to flourish
and develope in every form and feature
We shall look with intense anxiety to
the labors of this "branch of the parent
society, and shall hope for blessed results.
We admire the courage of the organiza
ti n but fear the task is entirely too for
midable. Some benefit might result from
its labors, were they confined to the 6U-
burbB, but we sadly fear that in case
they should be carried at once ' tuto
fKa pnsfilv nonulatd heart " of
viv " " J r J
the city, instead of accomplish
irg any manifest good, the organization
itself would yield to the alluring tempta
tions which will meat its every step, and
be swallowed up in the vortex ot vice
which it contemplates to suppress. It is
t 1 3 . . . 1. : n n s4 4 Via
a nazaraous uuueriiuiug, uu no
"branch" has our most cordial good wishes
for its success and profo :nd sympathy
for the probable result.
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Nothing now remains 'o be done to
Cologne Cathedral but to place the mas
sive stone caps of the great towers and to
tlx the huge crosses that 6urinouut the
whole. But this is all very difficult ami
dangerous work, and, though the scat-
foldings have Dow been carried to the top
of the towers, it is still possible that the
predic ion agaiust the completion of this
magnificent edifice may be fulfilled.
The late neve ist, Charles Lever, being
once in London with his daughter, ab
sent from his Consulate at Trieste with
out leave, was invited to dinner by Lord
Lytton. 'Ah, Lever,' said his brother
novelist, asjhecame in, ' 'glad you are
come. You will meet your chief, Claren
don (then Foreign Minister)' 'I fear I
must retire, my nosa is bleeding,' he re
plied making for the door, which at that
instant opened, Lord Clarendou beiujj:
announoed. After shak1 iii hands with
the host, his fordship espied Lyvcr. Ah
Lever, ida't know you were in England;
didn't even know you ha 1 askl fjr
leave.' 'Xo.o, my lord,1 aus'wered the
witty! novelist. '1 thought it1 -would be
more respectful to your lordship to come
and ask for it in person.'
It is no vile drugged stuff, pretending
to bem ide of wonderful foreign rots,
barks. &c, and puffed up by long bon'd
certificates of preteuded miraculous cun s
but a simple, pure, . effective medicine,
made! of well known va'uable reinedi',
that furnishes ifs own certificates by ii
cures we refer to tjop u'tiers, me pur
est and best njediciues. Exchange,. See
A NEW AND ELEGANT
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS
Of various kinds 'and styles andedescriptione
Boston 5 and 10 Cents
1 ; Store
N E W GOODS
RECEIVED EVERY TWO DAYS
For the purpose of keeping the stock, re
pleniabed and thoroughly up to the mark.
No Such Variety !
AT SUCH PRICES !
has ever before been offered in Wilmington.
CALL AT ONCE !
ANDMAKE YOUR SELECTIONS
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And get wonderful bargains at the
Boston 5 and 10 Cents
41 N. Front Street.
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QAPT. J. W. HARPER,
Will tnae Dally Trips,!
I (8unda excepted) f
To SMITH VI LLfc. and Return.
Leave Whirl at 9.30 A. X.
spt S3 OKO. MYER8.-Ager.ti
A JOURNEYMAN PRINTER, who can
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bring the highest recommendations, is desi.
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rousofa position in a newspaper office ia
the country. Will work cheap. Address,
1 M., c are of
5 I CEKTS id
IrfiHAT DEBIRABMO WHAii at 0g
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J yot of Mul' .Try j' re', lately occupied ii3
by the Baliim.re Steamship Company, coin
plefelwith Offices, M.tds, Aj- Also, the
nnAl. and WOOI) A I' t
tier t rp'Bi
and Mulberry ftreet at i r. e. t
ccupi d by
J. A. Hi rmger. Appiv to
rflHAT DFSIRAHLE sTOKK,
1 also HALL on thirJ fl or, ne,w
It fitted up. corner Market and
Hoiith Water St eets from th
of October Apply to
eept II tf H B
RENT THAT VtRY
deBirable store on Market Street,
occupied by Mr. Thoel H. Howeyj,
as a Shoe Store
The cheapest ptore on the
street. Apply to
meifi EL1 G A NT BiSlDEATpE
on Corner of Third and Walnut sts ,
recently occupied by Win. Cilder, Bq
Po8se?si jn givtn October Lit.
j Apply to'
ppot 3 t J. F. GARRELL.
The We w Boot and
rjlO MY FRIENDS AND Patrons !
Thankful for past favors, I will in-
form them that I have just returned from the
i i T ! '!
North, wLere I have visited all ths celebra-
I i ' ll'''
ted markets fur Bo ts and Shoes.
I ara determined t sell a good shoe for a
low;' price, such as you never bought in
th ? market before. All I ask is a call and a
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My stock is now arriving with every train
nd cannot be excelled by any in the city.
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nept!3 , C. R03LXTHAL.
ONLY 19 DOLLARS
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Eqnalto any Singer in the Market !
The above cut represents the most popular
8tyle for the people, which we offer you for
the very low price of if, in iluding attacb
ments. JteB Remember, ws d- not ak jou
to pav until you have seen the machine. -fe
After having examined it. if it is sot all we
represent, return it to us at! our expenie
Cont-ult your interests and order at once. If
ou live within seven huadred miles the
freisbt will sot bo mo e thaa one dollar.
PennsylYanla Serins .HacMne Co.
17 N, lOth Street,
i Philadelphia, Pa.
A WMK in your own
town, and no capital risk
ed. Fou can give the bu
siness a trial without expanse, lhe b3S
opportunity ever offered for those willirg to
work, l u should try notiiii g else uuti
yo'usee for yourself whatyou jean do at the
busiuesb we oner. 2to room to explain
here You cau devote all your tirn-i or irly
your spare time to the business, and maki
ereit nay for every hour that yos work
Women make as much as men. ' tie i id for
special private terms and iparticulary,whicb
we mail free. $o Out nr. free. Don't cou
plain of hard times while youl have such
c'lance. Address U. llALLifiT I & CO
Pjirtfand. Main H'ip 7
THEi ARE UUVJ
now. Another inrtil
ment joat received this mor iog
enough now foxtrot Whissey aria fat Oysterp,
Fred Lunch every day at 11 o'clock .
rpt 26 JOHN CARROLL.
A AIOj TH giiar
tepd. $1 a Uy at
ho,ine riiade by the
inuiiaU ions, uapiuu uot reqiurea; we win
start you. Meu, women, boya and girl
make money faster at work for us than at
anything else. The work la light and
pleasant, and such as anyone jean go right
at. Those who, are wise Who this
notice will sond us their addrs-ses at once
and see for themselves. Cfstl Outtit and
terms free. Nivy is the timif 1 nose al
ready at work are laying up large sums of
money. AUdmaTRUK &3?., AuguaU
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1 Maine, tune 1 d&w
. L . . NUMBER oh SHI 1 1
FALL CAMPAIGN I
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Weather has been too hot
lor I People to Kead
FULL LINE OF
JUST RECEIVED AT
P. L. 3R1DGERS &
$500 Eeward !
For a Cigar at I the same price that
S250 Reward! I
FOR ONE TH1T BEATS OUR
S100 Eeward !
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For au all-tobacco; Cigarette,
same ktyle, finish and quality,
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t i tt can be sold as low I as
Rose and Lilly.
ON, N. C-
?. A- SCHUTTE, Prop.
ry ii COMMERCIAL, jbrmerly 'the "EM
flih aOUaE",havin been1 thoroughly r3n
ovat j i and refitted is now one of the leading
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fi ret flags Hotels in the city. The table is
tup lied with the best out home and north-
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ern markets affords.
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. Board per Day $2 and $2 50 !
Large Sample Kqoms JforJ4the Com
A. First-Class Bar and Billiard
coonectpd with this Hotel.
-$9- khek LUNCH daUy from 11 A. M.
to 12.30 P.M.
july 19- I 'I
If you are suffer
'iromBpoor health, or In i
mg on a oca ox
I Hop Bittersljwit Cure Yon.
If yon are mlni.ter H&ntJ hare orertaxed ymj
f lf wiihyoiir rm.vtora.l du-Mtieaj or a mother, worr
oat with care auu work, or Bi: yon are mmply alliiur
If you teel weak ana dis Bpirited. without cksarli
knowing why, U I ' '
Hop Bittern will 1 Restore Yoa i
If you are man of bus-Hineas, weakened by tb
Kreun of four eTeryuayH duties' or a maa ot let
!;, toiling over your E midnight work.
Hop Bitters iilltrenethen Yon.
1 If you re y untr, and! sufferinsr from any India
retion, -,r arc growing trx H fast' an ia often the case,
Hop Bitten wiBERjicve Yoa.
If yoa arg in the work-3 shop1, on the farm, at ?h
desk, Dy.ierf, and feelfthat your Fystem needi
Clenjong toning or stinalating wltkfc lmtoxV
wulo cueer, ior
i Hop Bitters iaR What You Need.
u ,uu ui, aaa yowimiaC is reeble.
berves unstead y, and your faculties waning.
P Bitters will gire yoa Xew Life mmd
Eor Cocojj Cuki m the sweetest, safest and best.
I Ask Children. r
One Bor Pad for Stomach, liver and Kidneys bnH.
n.r to aU others. Cures by absorption. His perfect.
P. L C Is an absolute and Irresistible cure for drunk
ennesa, use ot opium, tobacco and narcotics. . .
Alxm told bj droKyWU. HopRtterMfe.Co.RocbeUr.y.T.
Co. Cleveland, oh
It i t o h mid t' forest
teriible disewe, which w
1' n douK,
in a more ma lgnant and!
fall months of ih79.
toEaRKi.La Hkpatisi, Rem. Ai V
8outhern Nubia and and with "ueh
rful results in 8outhi Amerio. k ""'i
of ferer r- t
cause x Irom ODe t two buncos n k.i "BllJ
filtered or strained trom he blood
it pasaess through the Lirer, alonu b
cess of bile exists. By itt wonderful S.-n'
on the Liver and Stomach th HtpiTi
not -nly preTents to a carUintr ut! I1
Fever and Black Vomit, buS al.q euL rSl?
ache, Constipation of thtji Bdweli. 1).!
and all Ma . ial dUeasesjj
o one need fear Yellow Fever wbo '
expel the Malarial Poiso i ex, of JJ
trom the blood by u ing Miamii's Ev ir
which is sold by all Drugs in 15 atl!2
il.CO bottles, or willbesei t by txnrtmV. .v
Proprietors. A. F. M-jiR.tLL 4 CO if'
- Philauelphia, pj.
Dr Pemberton's Stillinda oy Qaeei'i
The reports of wonderfnl L
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Salt hhtum mJ
is, Cancer, Ulcers and Sores, that com. rL
ail oarts.ot the country, are not onhrlffi4rr
able but so miraculous as! to be dovhtiw..
: J. . t -U I r
it, uui iui luc ivuuukuce ui prooi.
Remarkable Cure of Scrofula1, 4.
CAE Oh' uuii. J. 0j BK.WiON
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Gents: For nxceen years I hire been
great eunerer trom Scrofula in iu mot
treesiog forms. 1 bave been co t) ed tosif
room anj beo for fifteen yarsi with lorofi
ioub ulcerations, me most fproTed rem,
dies! for such cases had been uied, mi tii
most eminent pLysicians comalted, jwitbott
ai.y decided , benefit. 'Jhus prostrated dii.
rees a, aesponainfc, i was adr ted bj Df,
yer. of Floyd county,! Ga.. tol
th- use of your Compouod Extract Stillinpi,
Language is as insafficient to describe the ii
tiefl obtained from th use cf the Million
as it is to convey an adequate idea of the iJ
tensity of my suffering before! usinjr ; jojJr
meuicine , suiucini 10 say, i aoaDaeoMS
other remedies and oontinued tho nieof r
x a. - r tii.it; ' Ai . i .,!
extract ui nimitiK snin i can lay tnnj
"1 am cured lof all pain,", of al disease, liu
notliiDg to obstruct the active pu.-iuit of tj
profession. More than eight mnothi bin
elapsed since this remarkable cure, viihoil
any return of the disease.!
cor. the trutb of the above sta'emrat, In!
fer to any gentleman in Bartow county, liaJ
ind to the members of the bar of ChoroW
I 'irAv it 1X7 V m a o er n a t A wr i fh m a T aha ll
ever remain, jtvith the deepest jftatitod ,
Your obedient servant,
! J. C. BKANSO&. Atl'j-at.Tjff.
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i ; JWssr Poist, Ga Bept. 1, I8T.
Oentfl: Mv daurbter was tiken'on the
day ot June, 1863, witb what ' wis wpH';
to be Acute Rheumatism, and wu t'eiteifa
the same with no success, in Laroh, toliov i
ng, pieces of bone began to work oot w
the bone from the elbow to the sta"ulderjwi
came out. M any pieces of b ns eme:stt
the light foot am legr- The case wai v
pronounced one of White dwelling. 4'
having been confined about sixjearftoke
bed, and the case considered bopelei', 1,"
induced to try Dr. Pemberton's Cmp
Extract of Htilliogia, and was so well u
fied with its effects that I have cobti sW'-
ute of it until the present. j -s
My daughter was confined to her bed a1
sixyeais before stie sat up or even uri
. . mi . tin all fll i
over witnout ne p. nne now m k --,
and Bews most of her ti . e has lked
Lie room. Her general bealtW u now f'
and 1 i believo she will, & her fimb f
strength, waiK well. I attribute b"r
ry, with the bluing of Odd, to ;tbe mm
your invu.ble' medicine. With
I am. Tonrs truy- : V . B. niaiV .
1 ! Wasi Poiwt, Oi., Sept M, I71
1 Gents: The ab ve certificate of
Blanton we know and certify V "'JJ
true. 1 The thing is so; hondredgor W
respected citirens will certify to it .
reference can be given as may JH t,
, i Yours truly; ' nmm0Wt
' CRAWFORD WALKER, Draff
Till VT I t rv Ui II I I 1 Kl.
, Pemberton's bhJap f-f
pared by A. F. Merrell A Co., r7g
rcia oy an uruggisui j mit
unt h. OTnrpii A(rf.r.t wanted W j
lend for Be "Curioui HtoM -f
Medicines sent to poor pP,e h
all. JKerticmes sent to poor t- h
Houses and Stores V
Attorneys and Connsellors
Office NorthlHide Msrket BU
UST RECEIVED FKOil y
a large ajaortment of Wain'
grades of FURNITURE
Can M -"fr
at Great Bargains.
fob 10 D.A.SM1
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QTEAM YACHT IXlZA-
r nr rbadwick
earryifljr United BfejS
foot of Market street dai7 I tg
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sept 8 i