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The Daily Review.
JOSU: T. JAMES, Editor ot Prop.
, WILMINGTON. N. C.
THURSDAY. MARCH 15. 1883.
Watered at the Postofficc at Wilmington, N. C,
as sccona-ciass matter.
A report is in circalatfan, says the
-New: York Herald, that tho protection
ifts are intending to teat the constitution
.tlonalityof tho new tariff bill on the
purely technical jrroand that as a rere
nue measure it should have originated
in, the House, and that a bill of that
nature originating in the Senate has no
Talidity. It might be a mooted point
as to whether the bill that vraa passed
was either the House or the Senate bill,
as the conference committee deliber
ately reversed the action of both houses
and altered the rates to suit the person
al wishes of the members of the com
'SxHtee. "But the report is instructive as
. showing the manifest intent oi the pro-
r iectionists to defeat at all hazards what-V-ferer
they deem hostile to their interests.
We would suggest, however, that in
s place of confining themselves to the
mere technical point they have raised
they-should submit to the court the
-whole question of protection to industry.
tli'XPh part qf Connress by a use ot its
'taxing power." It would be a strong
v point In their favor if they could gain
r,t favorable decision on this matter,
- which has never been directly submitted
iS. to the courts, and they are at present in
need of every possible assistance. The
Stale courts and, on appeal, the Su-T-f..-;
; JJteme Court, hare decided that a State
cannot use its taxing power directly in
favor of any individual or corporation
.-:-for,r private purposes; thathe only
legitimate use of this power is for pub
-w-" ; Tlie purposes, and when it is nscd for
&r.. ether ends it becomes spoliation and
. robbery. But if a State may not do
this directly how may it accomplish the
- same end by indirect means,- and has
The federal Congress the right to main
tain a system of taxation that is not
needed fur revenue purposes and which
has come to be regarded chiefly as an
Instrument for private advantage? Tin
1 iron and steel men, who are the leader?
of this movement, will d a groat ser
vioo iu feouring a decision on thest
. points," aud we hope it will be done.
ORGANIZING TO CONVICJT
..It really seems that the people of pur
lister State of Suth Carolina are nevei
to be freed from the persecution if the
government. Every election there
furnishes grounds for the arrest an.)
trial of some of the best citizens of the
State for some aliened outrages upon
colored Republicans or fraud upon the
' ballot box. While convictions haw
seldom been obtained in these so-called
judicial investigations, thero have been
the annoyances and indignities of arrest
to which many hare been subjected
The government has used every means
avaiiaole to secure the conviction and
punishment of innocent men, and to
; accomplish this purpose have not hesi
tated to make use of spies, informers
and -witnesses who would be wHlingt to
swear to whatever might bo required of
them without the least regard to the
troth of their statements, made under
the sanctity of an oath Several persons
in that State are jow under indictment
for what are called political offenses
- and their trial will soon be commenced.
In speaking of these approaching trials
and the efforts being made by govern'
xaent officials to secure convictions, the
Charleston, (S. C.) News and Courier
1 ays:; V
The nowsfrom Bennettsvi lie Indicates
.that we may expect an active campaign
on the part of Mr. Brewster's hirelings.
The politicat drag-net has been cast in
various counties and no stone will be
left unturned to convict men whose
mly crime is that they have been faith
Ail citizens and obeyed the laws of their
Vjtte - We are told in a Washington
telegram to the New York Tinxes that
United State District Attorney Melton
will be assisted in the approaching po
litical trials by the.IIon. Kichard Crow-!
leviof New York: and by Air. Snxder. j
' of Pennsylvania; that the affidavits ate I
now being prepared in South - Carolina j-
. nnd that Air. tTiwicy, wno nas neen
: retained recently, i niiw in Washing-
- ton-familiarixing himself with the case
I of the government prior to leaving for
' Charleston." It is also stated that the
trial are expected to be held before
Chief Justice Waite and-Judge Bond
ami that there are nearly a hundred
cases to be tried.
The Hon. Richard Crowley, of - New
, York, as soon as he becomes familiar
- -with the tme in wardne1 of these infa-
- mus prosecutions, will findtheni any-
' thimr hut an invitmsc held for au honor-
' hltawver. . The aotMiseil are ii.en f
"nrgh"cliaracter: the offences charged are
nlv obedience U the laws of the
StaUs; the evidence will be supplied - by
.nmrsHnal neriurersr the juries are
expected to bo packed in the interest of
lhe prosecuuon. ami mo win mo nnt-wj
inr Jili be d a kind t make Mr Crow-
ley.-aniess ne oe as orax-n as re-&iur
himself, heartily ashamed that he had
any part in it. ,r . . . .
' District Attorney Melton has inti
mated that the coming trials are to deal
.only with cases arising out of the last
election. Ntiw, whatever methods may
have been resorted to in previous elec
tions, nothinz can be more certain than
that th election of 1883 in South Caro-
-;r Una was conducted in the fairest and
-v r most orderly manner throughout the
State. Thanks to the Registration law
and to the growing disposition among
th.9C3.cxed people to cschetr politics
and to devote themselves to r more
substantial occupations, the total vote
was probably the smallest that has
bwn .cat sirvce Reconstruction but
there was perfect qu jet and koo-1 feeli g
at evrry xIIing plack atid it will , cer
tainly require something inwre than the
ingonuity of the District Attorney to
find in that election plausible pretexts
for the work he is expected to do. The
wretched fiasco in the preliminary ex-t
animation of tho Fairfield I victims las-
week shows at once the ma
these prosecutions rtud the nicjlisy basis
on which they rest. The very witnesses
upon whose evidence the defendant
were arrested had nothing to tell when
placed on i ha stand ; and we beheld the
bhameiul spectaclo of the prosecuting
officer begging a continuance until they
could teach the Government witnesses
what they were expected: to swear to.
District Attorney Melton; may find this
kind of r;iino hardly a safe lone to be
played before the Chiet
Justice of the
Heavy stomachs, billions conditions,
"Wells' May Apple Pills" Jnti-billious.
cathartic. 10 and 25c. j
The Washington i correspondent ot
the New York World wrtes that part
ing kicks at Keifer continue to beapast
timo tfiere. The latest is from Mr,
Cox, of North Carolina, who was not in
the House when the complimentary
vote of thanks was tendered Keifer.
After declaring that h'ad he been, pres
ent ho would have appealed to the
Democrats to resist the passage ot thu
resolution Mr. Cox says: ySuch res
olutions ought to be sincere and truth
ful. "These were not: At tho last ses
sion of Congress the Democrats of. the
House all united in " a written protest
against ona of Keifer's rulings and
charged him with usurpation and un
fairness. Now, had I been in tho Hou?e
last Sunday morning 'I would have
Lread that protest and to vote for the
complimentary resolution was to de
clare that we were wrong in oar former
arraignment of tho Speaker.! It's very
clear there was insincerity either in the
protest or the resolutions."
Mr. J. H. Hopkins. Warrenton, N.
C.. sayn : I consider BroWn1 Iron Bit
iers the best tonic I know1 of."
Mr. Swinburn has written a nbem on
the death of Kichard Wagner.
' The health ot the GeriLan emperor,
urvcarious at the best, is gradually 1 fail
n - .". I I ,
Ex-Congressman Burrows has beei.
fieicil thu &ecoiiti ciiuirullurliij of th
treasurx. j j
Prince Jrelerick Charles of Pru3ij
nas iaried fr Uaiiia.-cu and uthei
places in thu I Lmd.
The Key. Father O'Connor, who die;
I at Philadelphia last uiuiith, iet't jll) i,
v eek fr the support of his do. j.
The Earl hf Duijley. whose inccnit
trotn his various. mines olten amount
to more i hau is in a condi
tion bordering on imbecility.
Cougtesr-nian-eleei' J,uke P. Poland,
who is visiting Washington, attract?
attention. because ho wears ono of tin
old-tiin6 blue swallow-tail coats," with
orass bullous. I i
The New Haven Register excuses
Judge Thoman's oad ic ram mar on tlu
ground that he
peMie8 'toi avtia ap
pearing singular in the eyes of. his fei-
tow-bitizens of the BuckeyeiStale."
The venerable Henry Shaw, of S.
lmis. has contracteq forj a $10,0(H
statue ot Columbus, to be preset! led t
the city aud placed in Toner Grove park
The work will be done by; au Italian
sculptor. j I
Brfght's Disease, j Diabetes,
Kidney, Liver or Uronary
Have no fear of any of these diseases
if you use Hop BiCttrs, as they will pre
vent ana cure tne worst cases, even
when.you have been made worse b
some great puneu uppretenued cure.
A trenial old chief of police.
For a jke, once arrested his niece,
Fr patching Jiis pants,
; AVith a quilt if her aunt's.
Which, he said, made them breeches of
piece. j !
Women are now eligible for certain
positions on the Belgian Slate railroads.
- As a member of the Massachusetts
board of education .puts it: P,upils
nnw-a-days study so much that! they
don t know auything.F'
During the month of February the
Elyton Iind Company sold , 70,000
worth ot building lots within the city
limits of Birmingham. A
The paragraphist of the lioston Post
declines the Presidency
bf the Uriittd
Slates, because'w here vert the President
iroes mere w
Hail to the Chief.",
An Englishman who has been' in this
country three jr lour months writes to
the lndn telegraph his grat surprise
at finding the people of ihe uni jed States
preUrnng greenbacks to gold
During the past five years fiire naval
vessels have been detects! in smuggling
goods to the value of TvtKXi - I General
Sherman a m-in law, ex I,ieu!enai t
Thackera. thinks ills Tdeuced mean to
make these things puhlic."
It is reportel that the Jesuit Fathers
of Boston nave ohemJ, toassume con
trol of the Catholic cljurches at Law
rer o3, Ma9a , and pay off their indebt
edness. Already over $iu.tuo has been
subscribed to the ugustiuian relief
R. V. Piekce. M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.:
Dear SirMy wife has been taking
your "Golden Medical Discovery" and
Pellets" for her liver and general de
bility, and has tound them to be good
med cines,ahd would recommend them
ti all sufferers lrom Iver Comnlaint
Sour Stomachy and General Debility.
Yours fraternally. 1. E. Habsiox,
Pastor M. E. Church, Elsah, IU. ;
m-t. - - ' r -
i hat is what a rf great
marry people . are C doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and "each month they
grow worse, !
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifiers and
enriches it, and rich, strong
bJood flowing to every part
of the , system repairs . the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron j Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia; mala
ria, intermittent levers, &c.
903 S. Paca St., Baltimore.
Nor. 38. tSSu
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for. several
weelcs could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried- Browns Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now nave a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Browns Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no ! injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
mch it lw
Per n ontb
Ht trty mjiloimin iur nr Sir1nr anl fetun
vk v. Aliliea J. C. McCUKDY ft CO..
F -n . Pa.
TVTxea 1 say . ar X do not mMn mrly to atop tbm lot
I time and tbon bara tbem return affaln. I mean a radl
KU euro. I bsve mail tb dlsuasobf t'l'tS, PIXXPST
r FAIXIN0 6ICKJJitaai-longetttly. Z warrant trl
remedy to car the worst oaaaa. Baeaoaa otbora br.i
iulld ( DOKMon tot not mnr reoMrin? mcht. end a
once for a treatla and a Fra Bortta or my InfolUbZ
romf. Gfrs ETprans anil root O:3oa. It ooMf jua
-iothlnc fnr a tr1L nnA I trill mr vna.-
I Addrew - IL O. SOOT, m rearl S, VfW Yori
Free ! Cards & Ghromosi
Wc will send free by null a siunple eat o
nir large German, French ac American
Chromu Car 1-, uu tinted ;anl g4'' gr?m'
tvith h tirloe list f over 200 differ ot .designs
n receipt of h stamp for poULge. We wll
also stnd free by malt a? sample, ten of our
eat.tiful Cbr mos. on rerelpS of ten cents t-
tay for packing nd p(stiur; alto enclose u
confldentiaJ price llt of inr large oil chromos
gents WitntexJ. Addm-s V. Uueason & to ,
l6 Summer Street, Boston, Mass.
Mothers Bead This !
Stoke Bidoe. N. Y
Van Detjskit Bho. Dear birsr Vour
WORM Coxfectioks have leen Invaluable t
us Our little boy, two years okl. dlscbared
ver thirty wormii in a ww days, mmg only a
fewi of your orrn '"orifections. 1 am glad t
iar tediimooy to the value of Vaobeusen't
worm Louiecuooi. lours.
Try I hem 23c a box i
feb9a-4w flmrio i v Y.
filOQRE CQIIUTY GRIT"
rmn wi i s Kn tin i ktokfs.
1 &UCFLES 07 USAS, 8ZST
yyr- Oil AJIXlOAlXOa. . '
XSTTH CASSUIA CHUTCXE 60.
Branch Offiea, Ch-jriflHa. II. C.
Lime, Kainit and Plaster I
BUILDING LIMB, AGRICULTURAL LIME
CAK DONATE OF LIME, KAINIT,
LAND PIASTER AND MAHL
AN D VERY CIIEAr. 8ead tor Circular
Rocky Foint. N. C.
If yon arc sick Hop Bitters wH! snre
ly aid Nature in making ou well when
all el.c fails.
If yoii are costive or dyspeptic or
arc suffering from any other of the
uuniemus tiiseases of the stomach or
bowels, it is your own fault if you re
main ill. fr Hop Bitters are a. sover
eign ramody in all such com plaints. I ,
If .you are wasting away with any form
ot Kidncv.diseaite. stop tempting Death
inis moment, anu turn lor a cure to
Hop Bitters. -
If you are sick with that terrible sick
ness, nervousness, you una a "Balm m
f I Head' in the use of Hop Bilters , .'
If yon are a freoneuler. or a resident
of a miasmatic district, barricade your
sysieot against ine scourge or an coun
triesmalarial, epidemic, billions, and
intermittent fevers by the aso of .Hop
If you hare rough, pimply, or fallow
skirxrnad breath, pains and aches. and
feel miserable jrenerally. Hop Bitters
will give yon fair skin, rich blood, and
sweetest breath, health and comfort.
In short they care all diseases of the
stomach. Bowels, B!od. Liver. Nerve
Kidneys. Blight's Disease. S500. will
be paid for a cae they will not cure or
help. j -: -'t':ii ;-if-T-'. ! J '
. That poor, bedndden. r Invalid wife.
sister, mother,- or danghter can ben
made the picture of health, by & few
bottles of Hop Bitiers. casting bat a
trifle. Will yon let thesi eofier.
mch 12 lia
a-f if p
c rf g, w
1 g f t
is ? J
3 ? ! I
& e. E
S M e - S
2 l f o
$ I ? p
g s 65
S o "
John L; Boatwriglit's
IRoller Process Flour.
For Beanty, ! Strenglh,
Parity, and Bread pro
l iali; q iUitie sitjis"
the highest attain
Guaranteed Id every Jnstoi ce
TRY IT, IT WILL PEOTB ALL WE OLA U
ORN L. B0ATWKIGIIT
tlcc 19 -.'J;' -.:.
500 Hhds. New Crop
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VTOW LANDING, EX-BEIQ "ANTELOPE"
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direct from Mataxuas. i For eala low.
- Orders aolioUed.
WORTH & WORTH.
Jan 24 !
THE BEST LINE OF FINE
WHISKEYS, WINES, &c.
IN NORTH CAIiOLlNA-
Cape Fear, $7, j
Stuart's Rye, $49
Virginia Glades, $4,
North Carolina Pure Corn
FOR MEDICINAL PUKPO E3 UJiXCLD
PEACH AND HONEY
FOB COUGHS. GOLDS, A3 1 botter than any
modielnejba the country. ; We also recommend
our ROCK AND RYE or ihe ROCK AND
CORN, FOE COUGHS, COLD. &c Infalli
Roy s te r 's Can d y .
NEUTCHATEL, ENGLISH DAltY, TOONG
A1IEEICA and best CREAM CHEESE.
FRESn IN STOCK.
Pi L. BEIDGERS & CO.
mch 12 ' - . :
TIRTUE OF THE POWER , OIF SALE
contained In a certain deed mlado "ty J. J.
Ellis and wife to T. B. Llppitt, aa Tratee for
Boalwright A MKoy and their beira and aa
tixna, and recorded in Book F r P. pao
SO, of the Records of New Hanoror coauty.
the fideilnl hi Attorney for he aabttrue
tee. will sell to the Light bWier fey cah at i
the Co rt Hoom door in the city .f Wilming
ton, on Monday April 2nd. ltiS3. at IS o'cl. ck.
Al the 'ollowln deacrlbl propurty situate in ,
Said city, bezfrbing at the Xihwmt in cr
atioa of lentli with Cbeetnnt street, ru
thence North with the Western tLom mt leuth
acreet 60 feet, thence Wet along BunbertV j
bneMpoesto Hunt's line. tbenc9 soutb U
feetjto Chestnut street, thence alonsito ortu
Une ot Cbestaat street 16 poles to Vie bciin-1
. ' J. - D. BELLAS! V , Jr.,; --
mch 1-30J irr f i i i i . j . . r - iV; onoeyt : '
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N PURSUANCE. OF A DECREE OF THE
uperior Court of Brnnswiok county, at Fall
Term ?8J. ;iu an action of forecl-sure therein
peu'll-ig btrtween Th Urgf National Bi k of
Wilmington s plaintiff, and Alex. "Oldham
and wite as defe dants, the undersigned, Com
raU'oner appointed by said decree. will st at
public auction, for cth. atth Courthouse In
mlth li e. on Monday, the.lOtn of April 18i,
at 1- M, the foll-wlng real estate, being in the
conn y of Brunswick, adjoining the town of
H ilmington and containing 7t acres, more or
less. Beginning at a marble post in tne Bruns
wick county iiuo on tuo.Soui aside of the great
road or causeway across ragle Inland, and
rund about swiuth with the said county linejto
a c-prt! in the ege of t' e ape t ear river
at the mouth ot canal, then along said
canal about West to' Alligator Creek, tb-n
up said creek to said great road or CHUce ay,
then along U ahou Kact.to ihe beginning
Kxcepting from said bounds two acres con
veyed P John A. Taylor by -I. E Grejrg by
deed of Januarv Itfth, and also excepting
i iot y ng 120 feet iroru the afo-e.-aiil nuantt
line and a ong caid great road 60 feet, fronting
the same ani extern ling back. 100 feet p mllel
with said H run b wick oui.ty 11- e. w hich las
kt wa reserve! by Alfred Kmith in the deed
oonvcf ing said land to the 6aid Alex, oldbara.
A. O. RICAUD,
FEBRUARY Sth. 1863,
tne undersigned will revive the publication of
the FAYETTEVILLE OBSKRVtU.
The Observer wl 1 bo a largn Sgco'nmn
weekly iew-paper, snd will be mailed - to sub-
ecribrrs. postage paid, at $1 per annum, al
ways in advance. J will give he sew of the
day in as ample form as its spare will permit,
an-t both ngi-ar and occa-ional correspon
dents lit coiittibtite leuera fiora the capita
on 6tat poiltics ani aTairs. -
Uemon- atlc in potilic -, ibe Observer will
'ab r, ilxt ot all, to assure the prufperit' ot
the T -wn of Kavettevllle, to develop th vast
-igrlcultar 1 resources of ita own and the
neigaboring coun e. and to promote all tha
ws oe nsr ie welfare of the people of North
Carolina. ' . . .
Oppved to such innovations on the homely
ways of our fathers a, in th- ru se of iro
gres, harm society, the 'BSERver, will be
found In fall sympathy with the new things
born bf t e lian.ed c-tiditim of Che otzth
which tound Jat sment or esl:ghtOBel expert
ence find to be also good. .Lij -.--, i
- As to be ret:tt will strive to deeerveth
reputation of the name ft inherit,
! K- J. II A I.E. Jr.
A week made at home try
the industrious. Best bus!
ness now tiefore the public,
Caubal not needed. We
will start you . Men. women bova and arii is
wanted every where to work f orua Now is
the the time. - You can wo k in spare time, or
give yonr wnole time to the business. Ho
other business will pay f vou nearly as well
No one can fall to make enonnoua ttav. by en
ravins at once. Costrr outat and terms free.1
axoney xnaae use, easuy ana honors Dry. ao
drees TRrx A Co. Augusta, Maine.
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taxna au tne leading ik-V it ,( V V tilr v I
and la arranged In lUndy 4t L?
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of the globo. Under tbo hep.1 of
are given the Tekgrsphk IWt-L'iL
week from aU tart rV v.VLV,lr w .
ture alone makes
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f POllTICAL NKM's t I
embracing romplet and comnrvbeu-.'
patches from tfashlngt. n, inrE s
port of the speeches of eiulBfnfS.
the aeetloiM of the hour.!
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of the Weekly Herald ive the Uw,
as tlie mo t prHCtlcal mr..ii
givinff reoetpfs for rraetVal dihf v J
raakinu c thing and. for keepinx un
latent fashions at ih - Ir. ". p Ri &
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re looked after, and -.v.-J l .
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ditions of 1 v.niX iun
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eminent diviu. uSSJSS7!'
Personal and Sea
ter every week, asTbelfe.r, .' I .
Is eei.t. pastage free for one bSlu vt
subscrrbo at e 'w.. 1 mtu
uuiv. i j
The New York Herald.
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I ' . a Year.
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Harper's Young PcohIp
AN ILLUSTRATE! W tEKLY-16 aget '
SUITED TO BOTx AND Gluts Of rBuM IIX
TO SIXTEEN YEARS pf ACE.
VoL IV. commences Novealw 7, ls&
The Young People hs been from the fat
succesefid beyoncf antk-.ipat!oD.-jV . I.
ning Post- ' : 1 ,
It has a distinctive puriMc, to vMchttitrad
ily adheres that, namely, or Fcpj-lantlnj us
vicious papers for th joung with a itxf
more attractive, as well as more holc.nt
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conb.t3 generally. It In tmsnriwuae.l t; any
y uncuuon ot mc Kinu yet vroQj(!i; U0V
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Per Year, Postage Prepaid, l
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Spu lmen copy wnt on rcrelj.tof Tbnf C
1 be Volumes of Harper's Yonnr Peot lr for
1881 and 1S82, handsomely bound la lllumlni
ted Cloth, Id be sent - by mall. .wtsjge pre
raid, on receipt, of $3 W) each. Cour t
Young Pcot)le for lj'2, M cent; poBtaje. tl
cents additional I
Remittances should be made by Post (3ot.
Money Order or Draft, to avoMcnanoe of
Newspapers are not to copy thU s'lrerti .
ment without the express order of llAins k
Brothers. Address i ! !
HARPEB k BBOTHERS,
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Bulbert Bros. "Wholesale
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. 4 Piano. 7 oct., square, roscirooa,
carved, agraffe """vTim
7 Plano.upright.TU ocU,cablnetpwl W
13 Organ, 4 itajreeda,9 stops soar
Organ, 6 sets reeds, 13 stops, coup-. w
Our Pianos and Orgica m war
. ranted first-class.
3 Violin outfit, box, bow, stringsota
' v plete.....! "
3 Violin cremoha model, extra flas
4 Aocordeon, 10 keyf. bass box, fins
6 Accordeon, 6 keys, 1 top 5
Mouth Organs, Vienna conotrt,
8 Mouth Organs, Genuine Rlcbter W
holes, G 8... ViZl
11 Month Organs. Genuine Concert
UVWVW rm nv, -
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin. key. f
17 Fife, in ebony, German sllye ferutos ,
16 UuJc Box, 1 tuns, crank, nne.j
19 8 tunes, wind wjth lever
20 YlttitoJvC nMs
22 DoulIBassV patent bead, a .or. 9
tl Guitar, niaple,. machine head, C
23 Cornet, brass cornopcon style,"
ana crooks.... "'YZi
30 Drum, brass, Prussian. ornamenK
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo BtfrSh
it uros. ............
Silver Violin, Guitar and Banjo btrttn.
U Bros....:. r'i
Steel TUnn, Guitar and Banjo btrln.j
H Bros....; v"'J
Gut, Russian. German or Itollaa. Wj i
InstrucUon- BooVb, Howe's or Wlaner'W
i any instrument...... inn cisr
n.rfrnT Inst m:,Aa irrvrfi trade for W r-
er Sewing Machines, will sell thetnf or fa
while they bast. ' 'M wier S
i . uoney is qa.to saie in wbuw- i j
pialnly addressed. ' s . ng tX
Terms strlcUy cash with drder. w w
itamps. ' ' . .Caf
Agents and dealers send for our W pare v
tlogue. -' " - -- e
.On above net wholesale prices agew
make 100 per cent. 'profit. , -..-
Call on us when you come to ST.tThoo
References r Any bank or wholes
in the city. ; i. . li mfa
llnlbert Bros., la the coif Ottenl v..
ss Onve Street.': SmSja Lot
j.lan.-1-lT.;y--l-r"!3 -v . 1,1 j '
Farinersj Take i ' JS'oUce.
Montis- uoo cnonEA
U Just the thlnxr to cure cprrreat
era and aU diseases-to wliich Hwtrs JCt
ject; Jt r wtU .j.revnt that fjfa. ts
known as Trtcfan. and will V?(jffir t
a thrifty, healthy condi
neys. liver. Ac. of worms
, Each ; paekare- coniaiDB .zm
pounds and will. If WCBrtLvtfT
directions, core 10 hoga of tr?. itX V
SO nor In condition tofattea ttjj? fgc-
the praise. All farmers bouJd W7
Trr sale .wholesale
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