JOSH T. XAUES,
bxxtos ixo moPKTxrroR.' ,
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Xbe paper will be deMrered by carriers free
charge, to any part of the city, at the above
or 10 cent per weelu
AdTMtllnff rates low and liberal.
siwr!berB wlU revort any and aJJ fait
ltW to receive their paper regularly.
& Tk Daiiy Review has the largest
ffofui fide circulation, of any newspaper
published, in the city of Wilmington. JSL
n. Burnett, the novolist, hai under
taken to write a play.
: It ii taid that there are 219,280
feoaM in Franco without a wiadow in
cat of them.
Hnry Klmber, a solicitor, of Loudon,
hai lent 25,000 to tho English eolony
There are evidently some people in
this world who think that Grant must
yt made President a third time.
The Pake oi Edinourgh will bo pres
ent at tho coronation of the Czar of Rus
sia. The Prince of Wales will not at
tend. . '
Japan has 1 13 newspapers, besides
133 miscellaneous publications, and her
newspaper circulation is said to amount
to 33.44S 529.
The amount of deposits and cash bal
ances in tne joint-stock banks of Ireland
ia June, 1882. was 30,667.000, au in
crease of more than two millions over
the previous year.
Henry G. Marquand, of Now York,
hag given Little li ek. Ark.. $5,000 to
atari a free library. Has not Wilraing
toa a friend aom where P
Governor Stoneman, of California, is
ued his first pardon to a man who was
gfnt to prison for stealing to keep his
sick children from starving. r
From a Parliamentary return it ap
pears lhat auring the year enrifd Sept.
30. I6tfi. there wero l.609 persons li
censed as brewers in Great Britain, and
the amount of license and beer duty
paid was $43,658,405. One firm brew
ed no fewer than 1.200,000 barrels, and
paid $l.874.4M duty.
The gigantic German cncyclopiedia,
goinjf by the name of "Ersch und
Gruber." published by Broekhaus, in
lA-ipic. alreacly consists of ninety-nine
volumes. A volume just published
finiihesthe first section, ending withlhe
letter G. The second section,' ending
with y. approaches completion, and
. tho concluding section is well in hand'
ThNev York Slar announces that
a delegation of the historic 36." who
wnn their bronze medals by voting per
sistently fur Grant at the Chicago liv.
publican Convention, called upon Com
UiiM'ner Raum recently to discuss the
timeliness and propriety ,ol organizing
a permanent association, to be the nu
cleus of a rehabilitated rtahvart party.
The cooking school is now an assured
sueoe. in Boston. Ofccmree.it is ar
tiitie. as witness the latest recipe for
baked beans: "J Ail your beans sim
mer in warm water a long time, with
molasses and mustard; then put in the
pork and bake a long time. A smal1
green onion adds a delicious (?) fla
vor." Conld anything be. more too
tooly truly moral? k
California has had a railroad com
i is ion for soroo time, and now the
Legislature is investigating its opera
tions, and. according to a dispatch from
6an Franoisco. has found out that the
majority of the commissioners "used
thehr positions to make money by con
nivance with a railroad company in
whose interest they united in opposi
tion to the pnblio welfare."
The British Government has control
led the telegraph wires for over ten
years. The incieasc in the number of
messages sent is remarkable. In 1870
71 the lotal number of dispatches was
only 9.850.177; in ISftl- it had risen
to 31.045 861,". At deducting about
,000.000 press and government ms-L
Ks, it appears that the average nam
her of private dispatches last year was
About three for every four persons in
the United Kingdom.
From the foundation of the govern
nant until 1661 the Uuited States paid
in pensions the sum of $89,686,353 65.
Since that time up to the 1st of January
of this year, the enormous sam of
t3.74l,l7p 67 has been paid out lor
pensions. The largest sum heretofore
paid out in any onoyear was in 1880
aaraely: $57,240,540.14, but last ye-v
.the appropriations for. pensions were
233 306. and lor the year 1885 end
n June 30 the appropriation was
$100,000,000. The same mormons sum
been appmriattd at this easJon
Congress for next year. ; Tho pen
Iocs am now doable the Interest oa the
-Sflm Plated Cpoc-a and Torks? low
Bandars ax I- " " "- . - ,''-."..'"-. . ." - i - . :--. ' - : ; -v. ' - - - - 1
The Petersburg Index-Aypeal, of last
Monday's issue came to us double its
usual size. It was a special number
and was especially interesting. Our
neighbor, though, for. that matter, is
always lively with the latest news. It
very often publishes five or six columns
of telegraphic news when other papers
ot the brag breed think they are doing
wondeis if they get out one third of
that amount. ;But tho Z-J. has always
ranked as one of the best new papers j
Mrp. Partington, what do you use fr r
a very bad cold?" asked Mrs. Dull.
"Handcrohiets, ma'am." answered the
aged dame, looking overiher spectacles.
Handkerchifs are a desideratum in the
eyont of a cold, but a bottle of Drl
BuII'h Cough Syrup is a necessity, be
cause it not only relieves,1 but cures the
worst cold or cough.' f
1XDEX TO JIEW ADVEHTISENIEMTS,
Fruit at Ancllo
Tates Eaater Card
John pidburt For Pale
W H Gheex Garden Bead
5Irjjcxs Beos Garden Seed
Lectuhb Revi Dr. C. F. Deems.
Festivai Oy-tera and lice Cream .
Ueiith bbeoer lolaothe JEater Cards
The city prison is now without an
occupant. ! :
The receipts' of cotton at this port
to-day foot up 237 bales. J
The New Southern Uumpty Dumpty
Troupe are to take the road soon.
For Pocket Knives or Table Cutlery,
go to J acobi's Hardware Depot, f
Don't forget the Festival to be given
by the Ladies of the Parsonage Aid So
ciety, at Temperance Hall, this evening.
We underefand that Rev. Dr. 'Pat
terson has accepted the call to Grace
Church, Galveston, and will remove to
that city after Easter.
Schr. E junior arrived
from Nassau with a cargo af fine West
India fruit which will btrsold at auction
to-morrow morning by Mr. S. W. Da
vis. . . i!
Look ont for W toxins' storm which
U predicted to commence on the IO.ih
inst. It slec ed and snowed this morn
ing for a short time and somo were
fearful that it was nil advance ;ruard of
a Dig storm that nay becoming.
Hon. Nelson W. Aid rich, U. S. Sena
tor from Rhode Is-land, is in the city
and registered at tho Purcell House.
Col. II. II. Short, of Coluu.hu is in
the city to-lay. j ' ,
gMr. John 11. Paddison, -mayor of
Point Caswell, is hero to-day on one of
hi3 infrequent visits. j ! .
Messrs. A. C, Huggin3, clerk of the
Superior Court, and E. Murrell, gher
iff of Onslow county, arc here.
Messrs K. W. Kerr and son, of Clin
ton. Sampson county, are in ; tho city
and registered at the Purcell Houso.
A fine assortment of Guns and Pistols
at Jacobi's Hardware Depot. f
The Now Law.
Mr. Thos. W. Strange has returned
from Ualcign where he has been iu at
tendance on the Supreme Court. He
tells us that tho bill as to the city, in
regard to registration by bhxrks and
lots. now 11 law, with Ihe amend
ment proposed by Beprcsontative Green
(spoken of by us yestetday) which was
accepted. This v law does not j apply,
however, to thi election, registration
having alreaily begun, tut will bo oper
The following is the lht, of Magis
trates recently appointed by the Legis
lature for New Hanover county : j
John M Henderson. Wm It Strauss
John R Melton. John Cowan, Wm W
Harriss. Sal Bear. E D Hall, j John S
James, John L Cant well, James W
King, Lemuel H Bowoen. Walker
Meares. Matthew J Heyer, David C
Worth, Charles H Robinson, Abram
Davui, Owen Fennell. Jr. James Mad
den. John C Millis, Charles A Price, J
DHKlander. ' !
B S Montfonl. A J Johnson.
George. . ; j
FEDERAL FOINT TOWSJIir.
Jacob. H Home, J ohn Canady, Elijah
WilliamsV r ! : . . '
. CJLFE FEAR TOWKSHIP.
Oscar M Filyaw, Vra "Cromwell,
John E Si George.; - J 1 V .'.. j
: " -': " niiorcTT TOvrysiiXPv 1
Charles U Alexander, E W Uanning,
George Harper. ; j : ' ;
W ILMINGTON. N.- C. THURS DAY MARCH 8,
CHAMBER OF COMilEUCE.
Reports of President Van Bok-
keleu and tho Committee onJ
Harbor and River Improvc
xneuts. Tho annual meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce not having been held in
October, was ordered to be held yester
day at 12 o'clock. ! ;" -i
The meeting was called to order by"
the President, who read his annual, re
port, as follows j
Chamber of Commerce.
Wilmington, N. C.,7ih;Maroh, 1883 5
The annual meeting of this Chamber
has been delayed beyond the regular
time by causes which were in a meas
ure unavoidable. '
Tho duties which remained to the
Chamber of Commerce upon the for
mation ot the Produce; Kxohangd in
1873, wcro'all questions arising bearing
upon transportations, harbor and - im
provements and other public interests
of our City or State," including the
general commerce ot the country 'and
its advancement,- which duties since
last annual meeijng have been confined
to the improvement beidg made by the
United States Government on the Cape
Fear river from Wilmington to tho ocean
and such other matters as were calcu
lated 10 be ot benefit to the commerce
of our own port as well as the general
commercial interests; of the Uuited
The work now being carried out by
the United States Government will be
delayed in its completion because of the
failure of Congress at its session jiust
closed to pass a River and Harbor I bill.
The present contracts, for which funds
remain in hand, will soon be complet
ed, giving a deph of sixteen teet at lowj
water, twenty teet at high water Irom
good anchorage, well protected at a
point twelve miles below the city to
Smithville. which will reduce expense
of and detention by lighterage greatly .
Vessels can now load to fifteen feet at
wharves in citv. Bald ilead'Chan
nei,. out to ocean, shows on its bar a
depth of fourteen feet at low water with
eighteen to twenty feet at high, water
A report kinoly turnisheu t y Mr
Henrv Bacon, the efficient U. S. Assis
tant Engineer in charge of the unpr .v
menls. under Lieut. Colonel Wm. P
Craigjiili. of U. S. Engineer Corps, will
be presented by Cl. Wm. L. DeKos
set. Chairman of the River and Harbor
Committee of this chamber, showing
fully the present condition nf the work
The foreign and domestic commerce
ol this prt shows a steady and hakiiv
inereasu in amount uf.totmago eniploy
wl and value oL exports and impoits.
Uailroad connections: now existing, and
tithers entemplat' d,- whieh iil b-
eoimlel.d whi n the ttenth ol sixleN
fiH't low water obtained t th "city,
will bring in ailditionto what will cm.
by rivers to thi port thrtt ;t leu (U
the present rHMis. Larger v-astwl--
steamer. with additional lines are ron
templated. "Steanstrs to E.irpe wil.
bf employed lor the next cotton erp.
t'iw port'showing adantags as a ship
puiz port over mo-t t hers.
Our people whti havo desponded ever
seeing' Wilmington a great commercial
centre, now have. good reason p hope
and soon will havo facts to 'assure them
of a great future lor our city by the sea.
" j H aj; BOK KF. LEX, ;
' r.L j , TroHdcnt.
Tho report of committee on River and
Harbor Improvements was read by
Col.-W. L. "DeRosset, Chairman of
that committee, together with the ac
companying letter of Mr. Henry Bacon,
engineer intmarce. as follows:
A. H. YanBokkeUn, E2-t President
Chamber of Commerce; '
Sm Your committee have lately
visited the Government works at New
Inlet and Snow's Marsh, and; having
been lavored with! tho accompanying
report of Mr.! Henry Bacon, U. S: En
gineer in charge,- which oovers all ; the
ground, and being prepared u fully en
dorse tho statements of Mr. Bacon, beg
leave to present the tfanie in connection
with this as their annual report,
j Rcsiiectfully submitteti, "
) Wm L DeRosset, " Ch'rmn.
i Geo. Harriss. I
Cmn. oh Bar and River Improvement
A IT- VanBokkelen. Esq., Tfcsidcnt of
the Chamber of Commerce, Wilraing-
ton. N. C.t ' . , !
Sir: At your request. J take pleasure ,
in making a concise statement ot the
condition of the improvements of the
Cape tear river. !
At the ena ot tne nscat.year in
tho shortest siundinus (or available
depths) on tte Baldhead Channel were
9 toet at mKm low water. 11 feet! in
1679. 13 feet in 1680. and 14 feet in 1581
The suction dredge Wsodnury was in
operation on the mianeaa inannei
. - a Vi r
frtm April, low. to uciooer iaai. uur
Itt the time 160.401 cubio tarda of sand
were dredged by It, aud dumped' in
duep water, and a ranch larger amouni
was mqed by the natural torces of the
tidal ctrrrents from the channel and
large area In the vicinity, -.
Tbe work of closing the New Inlet by
the dam was begun in October. 1875.
but tbe practical stoppage of the water
was not perceptible until tbe years of
1873-79. Tbe dam was thoroughly
completed in June 1S81. ; ,
There can be do doubt oMhe benefi
cial efioct of the operations ot the 1 suc
tion dredge in concentraUngti8 tfdai
curreuts. especially at tTa cater crest f
lhebar; and it is probahle that tb
available depth of the cliannel would
have been turther Increased if the work
had btca cccUsssd. As it bT the ro-
suits arc more gratifying, as proving
the power :'of the natural forces in the
preservation of the Baldhead Channel.
It is obvious that the value of ail im
provements depend on the preservation
of tho entrance channel. . ! ;
Much has been said about the "swash
es across the narrow beach of Smith's
Island., During past years, and before
the present improvements were initiat
ed, breaches were madeby the sea
across this beach, and were closed by
natural causes. Those of 1857 were
especially remarkable. The great storm
of April 13th, 1877, caused the present
breaches or swashes ;l hey were sub
sequently partially closed by natural
causes, but the completion of the New
Inlet dam created -a greater difference
in the relative times of tho tides in the
bay and sea. and thus increased thfe
velocity of the tidal currents, out aud in
the swashes, which has prevented the
natural closures. - j
The nearest swash is about two miles
from the main river channel, and there
are wido intervening shoals, and there
is, therefore,-no immediate danger from
tho swashes; and they have no neroeD-
tible effect on the main currents pf. the
river. But, inasmuch as the sea is
gradually encroaching on the beach and
shoals, v and producing an indenture at
the" swashes, it is only a question of
time; when a defence must be made.
: The matter is now under considera
tion by a board of engineers. It is prob
able that.ibey will' decide that it is best
to begin the work soon on an inner line,
from Zeke's Island "to the big marsh
across the shoal waters; and nearly on
the neutral line of the tidal currents,
thus completely separating the river
from tho bay and swashes, in which
case there can be but little doubt ot the
a uatu al -closure of ihj s washes and
the re-lormation ot the beach.
A large portion of the available ap
propriationfrom $110,000 to $130,000
is now iu icservc and can be used for
this purpose, it so decided.
The work of dredging now in progress
is under two contracts. '1 hoseoi G. 11.
Ferris, of May 1881, lor about 750,oc0
cubicard&, and Una-National Dredging
Company, of October 1882 for 45o,00U
cubic yards . Boxa contracts terminate
June 30, 1883. r They will Cump.ete the
channel along Snow's Marsh, and to
tlie deep water above, to 270 feet in
WidJi arid. 16 feet deep at mean low
water; and also the channel across tho
next shoal above to t he same depth aud
probably to the ! same width, thus sj
c iring 16 leet deptii at low water to a
p iut a:ot.t iWjivo miles below Wil
mtngtoii. where there. is. gi -ud anchor
age in 16 feet clepih at low vvaier ; 1'he
iros)oct' ot finishing the contracts at
me :tppoin:el lime is. perhaps,! a little
diiublfiil. but it is certain thchannelliy
Snow's Marsh and abore to Ueifp water
will be Huishetl so far that it caii be used
within the next two tiiouths. This will
completely avoid the Horseshoe Clian
ei and practically save , at leat one
d i in. geiiing deep dalt y seis f.v in
vVjjnitnuloirto i ho seal At-Th j;re?e.i
lime (hi: new channel is fitdahed to WHO
ie-t width along miow's Alaih, ami to
.15 ft eL fur the iii .t half mile alv-v
'Hieii it is 130 feet wi!e tii- the tn-xt
quarter ill atuile. aud on the remaining
M lippcr poriioa it i. 75 leet in -nidth
ind I lie cut niakiug it ..100 is in pnures.
nie reach of the new. channel : above
Mmiw'b .Marsn is approximately: in the
.ine with' the ebb and tlod tidal cur
rents, and ther is every reason to ex
,ect its permanence in depth and witlth.
Tne NTw Inlet dam remains astinisheti
in 18HI. There, has been no settlemeni
or other signs of '.deterioration;' on. thv
contrary it is constantly betoming mtTe
antl more sol ult tieil by outers and bar
nacles. The passage t water thriuili
the small stone is .becoming less and
less. i.The sand beach is forming la t
over the sit ? of the Carolina Shoals, a:.d
is above high water for nearly halt the
distance from ' shore near Port ii.-her iuj
tne neau oi omiin s lsiaini, anu tne
finals are bare at iqw tide over most
of the remaining distiinco There is a
prospect 'at no distant time that the
Now Inlet basin will be converted into
a ttiiuia, .wun pcrnaps one or two
small inlets across theriewly. formed
It is unfortunate that Congress has
failed to make any appropriations for
ihe cominjr fiscal year. It is hoped that
one will be made early after the meeting
of Congress in December next, in which
cas ; the delay will bts less serious.
My estimate ot the amount required
for the tro years ending June 30.- I88rl.
was 674.358, of which- 225,000 was
appropriated in 1832. leaving a balance,
needed say of 450.000 to complete
the dredging for 16 feet depth at low
water to V ilminttn and the thoronzh
defence against the swashes.
Very, respectfully, &c..
.- IIeky Bacon
U.S. Assistant Engineer.
Alex. Price, colored, while passing
through the alley just west of Messrs,
Worth & Worth's, counting house,
on his way to work, this morning,
suddenly fell on the steps leading
into the . building . and was dead
almost Instantaneously. He was be
tween fK and ,70 years of age. Was a
carpenter by trade, and was a 6ober.
industrious old man.' His body was
taken to his late residence on Seventh,
between Eed Cross and Campbell
streets.". He leaves a wife and several
children. .It Is supposed that heart
disease was the cause of his death, al
though he has always b?ou in seeming
lj cood bealtb, ' " ,J ' '
The celebrated .'ish. Urand Gills
Twine is sold only at Jaoozi's llrd
Peaches: - ' '
We understand that the prospects for
fine crops of j peacljes at Capt. PadUi
son's orchards, ou Black' River,! wore
very fine yesterday." What thoy . are
to-day it is
hard to determine, bat" it
may be that warmer weather will oome
to-night and save the fruit,
at tliis writing, the damage
very severe. ,
Rov. Dr. DcemV r -
.... ... j ...
Tiie lecture-to be given at theppera
House, by the Rev. Dr. Deems, on
Tuesday night, the 13th itist.. will un
doubtedly bo attended by a large audi
ence. Dr.Deems is one ot tho most
popular speakers in the country, a
polished orator, a profound and original
thinker, and eminently fitted lor his
task, by his wile acquaintance with'
the world and its people. In
the South ho is especially be
lovwl and honored, and in our own city
no man is held in more profound es
teem. His lecture will be upon
"Trifles," and; will be delivered under
the auspices bj the Wilmington Libra-
Iry Association, who are doing a in eat
and good work in advancing literary
tastes and habits among our peoj'lo. i
To Builders and others Go to Jaco
ei's for Sash, Blinds and Doors, Glass
&c. You can get all sizes and at the
lowest prices. , !
; Kitcliett Market.
Tho following retail prices
this market to-day, March ft:
Beef 10l5c per pound ; veal 120
15c; lamb J215c; mntton 12i15c;
Green j pork, whole hog-, 9l0c per
pound cuts, 12i 15a ; corned !pork 1 5c ;
iurkcys, alive, $101 25 each;
dressed. 1 6. 18o per pom id ; chick
en? 3037ic ench : grown 'iowl?.359
4uc ; geese
al i ve ?5 - each ; 'd rcss-
sausaes 1520 cts, ; pud
dings 10215,; e3, . cts -per
tIozen, ;. ; butter. country,. -2530c.;
XoriJiern. 4dl : lard. 135)15, i B ill imr
hams,' 1G218,; breakfast strips." -1510. ;
X C. ha iis. 11 17. ; sh miders. 1112. ;
sides. 13llv; tUh, ront. 20fi?2j5Jo,
mullets. 1520 ;; shad.f 75c$l'(n per
pair,; scalded oyster:, I2ic. per
iu.rt,; Xcw lliver ; oysters SOt fS
.per j 'gallon; ! New Uivei
oysters, itvshell, .2 per bnslnd ; Myrlle
Grve liyjsters,- in sh;ll, j 80ija.l jKr
tn.hel ; rl.tniri, ht qu.iiw. J2ic; per
bushel. 50i-; cab!) lire. 5G25j pr hc;id ;
eollards. 5l0o; turnips. 5l0c per
Inimrli; swi-et pitalo-s. 23i: per peek;'
Irifih ilo, .Wf. per peek; onions.
per peck ; carrots ami parsnip. 5ik:
that it is the unanimous
verdict of our theatre going public that
the performance iiiven- at tho Opera
House last niht by Ford's Opera 0;m
pany excelled any of the previous efforts
of "that excellent troupe.'." 'There was a
crowded house, and ihe audience, was a !
e itical, discriminative and conscientious
iiathering, ready and ipuick to appreciate
meritorious efforts." The Opera (Iolan-
tlie) is ono of tho latest orcductinns
of Messrs. Gilbert and Sullivan, and is
fully equal, td auy of is rlecessars by
the same authors. Miss Chapman, s is
Phyllis. Miss Bockel, as Iolaiitho, and
Miss Reynolds, as the '. Fairry Queen,
wq-o superb aud fairly captivated the
audience, both by their magnificent
voices ami their exquisite acting. Miss
Eissing, although cost in tho less
conspicuous part of Leila, did
remarkably well and made the most of
the character. Ot the male members
of the troupe. Air. Dunham, an estab
lished favorite in'.AVtimington. as the
Lord Chancellor, was ini m itablc ; Mr
DunganL as Strcphofl, and Mr. Loug. t.a
Lord, tolloller, were excellent and tho
others did well. Tho rich bass voice of
Mr. Raymond, as PriOote Wdlts. was
grand. 'Die solos and duos were well
remtered, and the quartettes and cho
ruses were .rich and grand 'in their
harmonies. - The voices wcrej all rich
and resonant, and the audience were
truly 'delighted, as was manifested by
the frequent bursts of applatise with
which it greeted the performers.
Tbe Place to Siive 3Ioney.
You caOpositively save monjey by
buying your clothing. Gents Furnishing
Goods. Hats & Caps at the old reliable
clothing house.- of A. & I. Shrier 31
Market Rtreet;ivc them a call. t -
A'D JSVEET DODT CAS
gci .ulted la reality arf im llcU. j
stock of SADDLE UY GOOD?, at tte JUwl
6aMieT7 and Trcak Uone of . r
U. LuWDZX A C"..
So. 13 2arxet rtt. -
uascscters axd uxpCx- 4
from tour frtcads tra any and all &fejou tt
general latcrasbat -
-Tbe c-ie of ib Vrner omit siwart be tss
elsbed to tbe Editor. -
CommunicitJoua moat be wru&ca ca cxly
ncilof the paper. -jx,"f-' i 1
reraonAlIUos out be avtMaW
Ami It I espodally , juI paxilenUifjw&er
-tood that the Etor doea w ahraya eBdorM -tve
rlctraof correspondent milcea ao itate4 -in
the editorlAl cotumna. ' "
XFAV AD VEKTISE5IEHT0.
r'; -r ETII W. DATI3, Aoct'onex-r h '))' '
f lock, on boanl Scar. QUATU. a lllsul
& laraftirs wharf, a cargo of fine .
OBAJTUES. B A K A S cnCOANTTTS,
Jnut rrltft fmn VIn v t
mchSH ...... v t. J. B. TAIlIIATi. j
Oysters and Ico (Jream j
rjruiE LADIES of Tm: InsoNT bthzst
PAUSOKAGE AII SOCUCTT wUl hT aa
OYSTB A5D ICE CKeIm 'rthxVAt,
THIS :KtGpiV Wh ;icW t7TeBperaaee
Ilall, oppolt City. Bail'. .,'?,. vt adiSlt
EN, BEAUTinJLr BC1LDIK08, iWCX-
tett In fhe bealtast pj"t of Ibe drr. The
who may tbink ot buying ar la riled to xant-
hie the property - - ,
. JjOqulTOOf .-: '"'!!.-
. a , '-.-' ' ' JOHH HDRUBT, I
rcu Sltr .... Cor. rourth and. Queen ata
L E C T XI R E.
Tli c Key. l)r. CUAQlri DE IX0
Will de'trcr a LDCXUKE, f r tha benefit ,
- of the LllitiAKY AS5iClATIONon .
Tuesday Nieht, March 13th,
At tbe OPEKA ilOU8k -
- Subject, "TRIFLES.' Covmcadng at
o'clock.;' :h al-
' .,. . ' "'t ' '" i j-'i
Tlekcts 5 eents: Beaerred teata for sale at
Dycr'. - th sat Vi - - . ?j htcb 0 s$
0 THE PEER AD 711 ' PEJI. Tfrtt.
l ieu tey W. 8. Gilbert; eorapoaed by Arthar
SuL'lvan. Authorized CrtpyrlgbtCdJtlom. . :
Y;: ' -'"-' -UEiyBiiEB'a.
IARG E ASS RTM EN T. ! AU Mvdf.
6U04. Prlugetl ad no f lnglS I : S
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First of the Season 1
T Y L A DY C UiTt M K 113 A X p.TU 12 PUB-
JltX. ; - --i . "r' ,.- j, ,
He ijeneralljr are respectfully - xoUflod that I,
h.vjt!8treoelredavj;::";i-",'r v- j ;
LAUUE A Jf ELK(31NT 'ASSkTiIEST OF
NEW MILLlNbRyG'Softv ! ; !
" i t - - ' 4 '
Hats, Bonnets, ' i
Flowers, Ribbpns, &c.f
the first which have becu ttkhiLded In Vtlh
''. . ' i i" i '--
mlngton thU ioaaon;
For i-me ttmo to come I , shall In rceelnt
liy isul n bt-mern of l.rjfc ml 1 1 na io mr
"t'rk. nil or tho cveCaml lateAtMeslirna and
oniie beat m iteila b. , .j '0
Tlte rciiiafr.in'fct.K-k of tlntef ani early
frliig d4 mu bo cldeed out at' rroatlr re-d.-ceU
ratcv ;. .f, ;
A call audan examloatloa 1 Udted.
MISS E. KARRER,
- iach 7 ' EXrjn AkGETCOKNKR.
Garden Seed I
T)fc.A5, r.EAXS, CORN, CABBAGE, Tor-
nip, Squash CollaVd, lta4lh, AcAo.
A liae sclccUoo of Flower Seed . - '
mch 6 . : -y . - lmarlC
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V CaUaadawtbeaat' r
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If You Would be; Happy
- BUT A COOK STOVTJ., ' I
"The Golden Har.vestf" '
inai iiurT tt
Or. SOUTIIKItN OAIC
Ol .'PAKKKK A TAfMU
FEES II LOT Or ALI KCfC3 f Ca
tsgeasd Tnrolrr fJ. emrly and lite .'trrta
tie;Ca!Urd lUttt net Tom eee&i, a, Sarr
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