The Daily Review
J08H.T. JAA1ES. Editor & Frop.
WILMINGTON. N. C.
FRIDAY. MARCH 16. 1883.
Catered at the Postoflice at Wilmington. N'. C.
aa MCODd-claes matter.
Gen. Fitzhugh Lee ia swinging round
. Ihe circle from the Potomac to the Rio
Gr&nde.in the interest of the SbHthern
- Historical Society, Since.his visit to
-New York he ha lectured in Louis
"nile, Nashville. New Orleans. Galves
ton and a dozen smaller Southern cities.
" Forty leading men in Cincinnati of
both political parties have subscribed
their names to a circular calling upon
all who desire to promote the welfare
of tho city to join in a citizen's move
xnentfor the municipal election, similar
to that led in Philadelphia by the Com
mittee of One Hundred.
It is interesting to take a glance back
a little ways and see what Attorney-
General Wayne MoVeagh thtmght of
President Arthur, then Vice President,
- sod the standing at that time and the
outlook for his party. Addn sfins the
Philadelphia Reform Association, which
bad failed to induce some action by the
President to prevent assessments, Mac-
. Men do not change their characters
. after reaching fifty years of age. What
President i Arthur was in the custom
house at New York ho is in Xhe YVhite
House at Washington. He is a kindly,
, well disposed gentleman, of man
r friendships. "My own relations with
him have always been friendly. But it
is useless to deny that President Hayes
failed in crucial tests. It is the same
; with President Arthur.
My party seems now to have bm
three principles, and I happen to lu
earnestly and vigorously opposed, to
every no of them. Its first principle is
7 the spoils' system: I am opposed to
, that, ft next principle U the Ii ss sy.
tem: t am opposed to that. The oul
other principle of the prirty that I can
distver i the repudiation of the S'a,t
dtibi of Virginia: I am oppol to that
Sol am a ltepub.ur:tn under difficulties,
and we are all of u Ihco uiujf .
, You are iurprisel at not gtiitina: a
reitpotie to your communication from
President Arthur. Bui he lias nlwa
done what you aro censuring to-uiic.'u
IC always was for the b nw syst'm
The boss system i a graded sypteni.
f;ing up lnm ihtt drinking !.ilons
arice cities through tho ditfTent nh-i:t
ranks to governor and presidents.
Thoe men to-day nst on the spoil sys
tem. Thy neitl the degradation au.
demoralizntion of the civil service.
Their entire political ht run; urn depend
npn it the only way is to overwhelm
them with votes. You must supplai t
tbeiu with other men."
Schenectady. N. Y., has produceil
the champion scoundrel of the age. Hi
name is Emmett O'Neil, and he was u
broker before he fled with $250,000 in
' his possession belonging to other people.
Some ot his plans of operation were a
ingenious, as roguery and rascality
could hatch out. Here are a few of his
Having the handling of his fatherV
estate, and being presumably wealthy,
he was elected a director of the . Schen
ectady Bank. From the Jooks of the
- V bank he learned that many farmers in
; Duanesburgh had funds to invest. He
. obtained possession of their money , on
plausible representations, and gave as.
security forged mortgages. Where
further proof was asked he would fore
assignments of mortgages, incudinr
the County Clerk's certificate and a
copy of the record. He also forget!
notes. He had eight notes out as col
1 deraU purporting to be signed by CoU
Church, each for 5.000. Only two tl
these were irenuine.
r Ten years ago O'Neill sold a farm in
Duane burgh to .Joseph MeQuade for
$9,000. 2 000 being paid in cash.
JJWeill taking a mortgage for $7,000.
yMcQuade has paid $2000', besides in
. . terest. I-ast fall O'NVill told McQuade
that the original mortgage lor $,7,000
Was so covere1 with endorsements ol
..small payments that he had better exe
cute a new mortgage tor $5,000, and. he
(O'Neill) would destroy the old instru
ment. MeQuade executed a new mort
Ego. Mil supposwl that O'Neill had
oestmyed the original one... He did not
do so. however, anil both afju recorded
in the County Clerk 'SjolEee. The orig-
Jnal mortgage bears no endorsement to
show that a cent was ever paid.
Johrt Beverly a flagman, purchased
a little house, giving a mortgage for
, $900. He died soii after, first, direct'
Ing that the proceeds of a $2,000 life in-
iranoe policy be used to pay oT the
mortgage, the remainder to be invested.
O'Neill got ami -appropriated "aH the
- money. Widw Charles Van Vranken
intrusted O'Neill with $1,500 ofherde-
ceased husband's life insurance money
for investment, which was lost. An
J other method of O'Neill was to make a
short loan to a responsible party, takeui
note as security, skillfully lrge a copy
of the note, and, when the money wa
paiu. surrender t.ie lorgeu note anu ne
gotiate the genuine.
New schenes of hia devising re still
being exposed. Nearly every person in
the town of Duanesimrgh who .had
money i a victim. In Schenectady the
losers are counted hy scores.
Miss Frst. O'SVil' cousin, had $3.
" 500 invested in tho West, and spoke to
O'Neil about placing it at home. She
did not au horiz him to act for her, but
mentioned who her Western agent was.
' A short time ago sho got a letter from
the West saying that she had made a
mistake in withdrawing her money.
She could cet no satisfaction. His
mother and sbtera a,ro also led penni
less.'-- - - , -
Before leaving Schenectady on the
midnight trajn. O'Neil. taking a $100
greenback in h.i hand, went from store
to store asking to have it changed. No
.ore could change it. ana he borrowed a
v dollars from each sf rekeeper. He
"wirabsd more than twenty residents
CI bctzzzzizdj by ttia cns. : ; c
KlIiliri'K t I -y t - -"ji;.vi
: I flHK MHiMHHKHBMaCiv . FV1 I nl if.lliAnl ILL! U I .tMM.rn.sj - wmvihji. a N
The Mississippi is falling at Memphis
The New Orleans Times Dtmocrat al-
Irides to lockiaw as a. very, common
affliction in that city.
Tho project of a ship canal across the
upper peninsula, to connec Lakcj Su
perior and Michigan; is getting its share
of attraction over that way
A littlo advertising balloon sent up
from Paris came down in Russia within
three days. The finder ot it wrote to
the sender, who had attached his name
and address. v U
Arithmetic would be made easier! for
scholars, a writer jnj the Rome Sentinel
thinks, if they were at tho outset! made
to learn the multiplication table as I far
as 20 times 20. j j ! :
The schoolmasters of Scotland, in a
recent meeting at Aberdeen. coiKpuriyd
in the beKef that present educational
demands aro prejudicial to to health of
On of thft dosarted mining towns of
Nevada has been taken by the Indians,
who are now living in trrarid (style in
abandoned rows of good brick (houses
which they have improved to their tastes
as far as possible by knocking out th
doors and windows and punching holes
in the roofs. V j . j
Tho first instance in America where
a lady officiated as clergyman at a wee
ding ceremony wa at Columbus. Ohio,
a few days ago, when Mrs. Ldia G
Romiek, the evangelist, pertormetl the
marriage service for Charles Pm. o
Damascus. Ohio, ami Miss Emma Bry
ant. Both bride and crooni are tuem
ber of the Society of jFriends. j
Irs. Lulu Reei, ot Alainews. N. C.,
says- I received -gre:it (benefit from
Brown's Iron Bitters in general debili-
ty.". - : -j
An exchange says theyjcall it the Ot
toman Empire because it'i all thetiilie
bingsat down upoci. .Cm. Saturday
Wight. -l I I I i
Perhaps 4'Nu ruber One
man. Cummcrcial ' Gazrttc.
ho is. At any ra:e th Ohio 'man i is al
ways lokiuout ldr No.' 1. Baltimore
A Ixiard of supervisors in California
recently appropriatetl $150 to provide
pauper wittia wooden! leg. jiud charg
mI the aiuoiiut to "permanent repair
and improvements " j 1 j ( (
At a medical examination a youni:
aspirant tor a physieia'b diploma was
isked; W hen des mort ideation en
ue?M "When you propose and are rt-
jt'cuii.' usee rrcss. .
A Nebraska eoroneiv held six differ
nl inquest s on the .houldr r)!ade of hi
x be lore he. woull uive up thai som
Ohicao athlete had not i been loul.x
dralt .wit n Vce Prtssl I ; i
The following apvenisement appear!
ed in a Western paper: L st-r-Von vtfJ
iilf; his'iwo belund . ieus in out il:iek .
tit! was a she call. Who orings him
back pays fi.e dollar. Fritz . i i
"Itoiitf h on iaits."
Clears out tats, mice. roaches, flies,
ants, lied bugs, skuuksi chipxjiuka.
gophers 15?. Iruggists.
M. Garabetta'si estate ( i3 said to
amount to about $3',0o0. 1 " i ! (
Mr. Nye, the Laramie humorist, is re
covering irom his eious illness. -
The first child ever born ! in Elvsec
palre is a grand-daunhter to President
I .... . u u . i I. il l nr:i
tt levjr, uic uiuiuer oeiug xiaiiauiu v u-
son. i t , j .i .
The statue ot the Hate Profj Henry,
for which Congress appropriated $15 -000
in 1880. will be unveiled at Wash
ington. April 19 j
Ex-Governor Holiday, of Virginia
contemplates another. 'tour abroad, aim
will probablv leave about thjij first 1
M ly for a six months1 visit to Europe.
"No matter how much pressed hy
business ex-senator Conkliug is said
when in Washington to never fail to
p:y a visit to RoscW Conkiing (Bruce,
son of Mississippi's colored ex-senator.
Col. Charles Marshall, of Baltiniore.
is so ill as to cause concern among hi.
tVieims. He was one of General IxcV
favorite staff officer, and he l probably
knows more than any other man about
the circumstances of tho surrender, at
Appomattox. j j
Buffalo Bill and i)r. Carver, the
marksman, have formed aiipartnership
- .1 L 1 ' .1 ! .... I !
in me b now oumss. anu, iw un several
Indians, will 8cmu take to the road. A
Western paper says their company will
not be complete , uhlill! it contains a
prize-fighter or two and a professional
beaut v. i, I
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I2el-ItIlIeii ami Cured
W. E. IiuESTiS. ot Emporia. Kan
sas, says that his wife . h;id been siek
nearly seven years, and for the last four
Lmonihs bed-ridden..- She has been
tte ited by a number of physicians and
only grew worse". Her attention was
called to I lr R. V. (INeree's ;Meii
Medical Discovery" and 'Favorijte Pie
scription.M which she commenced using
In one week she could sit up.' and in
three weejes she could walk about. IJ
tlru 'gits. i i , t-f
A r rench writer says there was! once
in the environs of Rouen a niiller'
a W m . a
daughter jo pretty and so cruel that the
sighs of her lovers alone served
the sails ot her father's nfJI
Have no fear of any of these' disease s
if you use Hop Bitltrs. as they will pre
vent and cure thet worst! cases, even
when you have been ' made worse by
some great puffed iippretemled cure.
'How stranueP &aid a fond wife.
'evTy time Peter om s home' from
his lodje he comes t bed with his liat
on. But I suppose it is some more of
Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and
Cbammomile PilK'are prepared ex
pressly to cure and will cure Headache
of all kinds. Neuralgia, Nervousness
and Dyspepsia. Proved and endorsed
by physicians.- r.
i m r j-s t - mm m i m , 1 atv i ; s a i ma ii j m
I I - I mm H tm K a n mm mmm mm 1 - MM I Mi.1 H S ' j x
nuiiiiyfli i tr i 9 l r . .
- mm mm mm mm mmhwv i t r w l - j vh mwmMMm
- mm mm awM mm Wm mm mm mw m I mtm mV U Cl. kari - H-B I
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, bid each month they
grow worse. i
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissbes, drives outj
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c
3C3 S. Paca St., Baltimore,
i Nov." a8, 1881.
r I was a great sufferer from
i ' , Dyspepsia, and for several
j t weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now nave a good appetite,
and am getting stronger. "
Jos. McCAWtv. I
Brown's Iron Bitters
snot2L 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
inch 13 Iw
t -idy miloyme ii riurp Stirlng
m r. A-Miess J, C. Mi CURD T &
Then i mt ur 1 do aot mtta BMretr to tap tbtm lot
time mud Own hmrm tbvm return tgaln, I umb radl
Ul ear. I bar mad tb discus cf PITS. Kl'TLtfST
m PA VIA HO SICXXJCS4 m lilo-lonf tlw&j. I warrant trl
retnodr to enra tb wont caso. BwtaM others kr.vt
taUel li co roiurm for not dow reoalTlnjr m cor. icnd ii
ones ft troftTlso and a Ft Bortl of mj lnfUib'-C
nr4f. CIto Etptcm and Vrmt Ooo. It ou fwa
m i0rl St.. Kew York
Free I Cards & Ohromos.
We will send free by null a saraplel set
ur large German, French and America!'
Chromj Car t-, un tinted anl gohi grune
with a price llat f oyer SOU differ nt Moalgns
n receipt of a stamp for poHtase.. We wil
also send free by malt a samules; ten of our
eat-tiful Chr moa, on receipt of ten ot-nU t
iy f.r packing nd ptaee; alto eni'oe a
cotifldenllal price lUt of nr laige oil chromos
gent rantel. Ad'lie-s F. unison & to ,
W hummer btreet. Boston, Mass.
tff' '2ft 4w I ' t
Mothers Head This !
fcToxE Ridge, N. Y.
VAX DETJ8EK Bbo?. Dear Mrs : Youi
Woem Confections have been invaluable t
us our Httle boy, two years old, dischar-ed
ver th;riy worms in a few days, us.ng only a
f'w of your worn onfections. 1 am glal !
Ix" testimony to the value of VanDeusen'
Worm Confections. You's,
Kev. j. Ii. HcNais.
Try them 25c a box. I .
febSJ-lw' - ineto i X.
T-S "MOORE GOUnn GRIT"
J L CpitN MU.LS ANO MILLSTONES,
UtO I III I lib If UI1LU
8AWTT8 OF KSAL BEST
I08TH CAB01UA HULSTOKE C3.
Branch Offi Chtiriote, N. C
tT-JITSTION THIS PA PET?
Lime, Kainit and Plaster !
BUILDING UME, AGEICTJLTDRAL. LIME
CARBONATE OF LIME; KAINIT,
LAND PIASTER AND MAUL.
AND VERY Cllt A P. Bend for Circular
eh 26 Roe.kv lint.
. Heiuembtr This.
, If yon are sick Hop Bitlerg will sore
ly il Nature in making 3 on well when
nil ol-e fails. ,
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or
are suffering from anv other of thi
"imu'Dus diseases f tho stomach ti
bwi-b. it is your own fault if you re
main ill, for Hop Hitters are a sover
t'ten rmfHly in all such complaints.
If vou aio waiting away with any form
Kidncv disease, stop tempting Death
i his moment, and turn for a cure I to
Hop Hitters. i l -
lr you are sick with that terrible sick
ness. Nervousness, you find a "Halm in
1 1 Head 1 in the use of Hop Haters
If you are a frequenter, or a resi 'ent
of a miasmatic district, barricade yrnir
system against the scourge of all coun
tries malarial, epidemic, billiou, and
intermittent fevers by the umj of Hop
If yon have mngh. pimply, or sallow
skin; bad breath, pains and aches, and
feel miserable jrenrally. Hop Bitters
will give you fair skin, rich blood, and
sweetest bn-ath." health and -comfort,
In short they carp all diseases of the
stomach. Bowes. Bkx!. Liver. Xerr-e
Kidneys. Bright V Disease. 50a will
be paid for a ca-e they will mt cure or
help.- " -"c: :-J vt i .
That poor. Jbeqndden. invalid wife.
Sister, mother, or danghter can be
made the nicton of kcalth. b a few
bottles of Hop' Bitters, oostinz, bnt -a
triSs- - Will ycu let thea euHzr.
w 1 ai $ ;e s s.-
John L. Jtoatwright's
! i 1 - ,
Eoller Process Flour.
For Beauty, Slrenglli,
Purity, and Bread pro
I t3l i ; ri i ilitio s, it is
the highest attain-
! - - -
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(;ua ran teed in every luMai ce
TRY IT, IT WILL PROVE ALL. WE CLA M
1 !. FOU IT. . ' j .
; doc. 1 .
j THE BEST LINE OF FINE
IN NORTH CAROLINA.
Cape Fear, $7,
Stuart's Hye, $4,
Virjfiuia Glades, $4.
North Carolina Pure Corn
FOR MEDICINAL PURPO ESUNEXCELED
PEACH AND HONEY
FOR COUGHS, COLDS, Ac
better than anv
medicine in the country
We also recommend
ROCK AND RYE or the ! ROCK AND
CORN, FOR COUGHS, COLDS, &c Iolalli
ble Cure. , I
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N'BUFCHATEL, ENGLISH DAIRY", YOUNG
AMERICA andibest CREAM CHEESE.
FRESH IN STOCK.
P. L. BRIDGEKS & CO,
"gY VIRTUE Oii' THE POWER OF SALE
contained la & certain deed made br J. J.
Ellis and wife to T. B. Lippltt, as Trustee for
! - . -
Boatwr'ght & MrKoy and their heirs and as
signs, id record d In Book P f I, pae
12, of tbe Record of New Ha-over county,
the undersigned is -Attorney for be said trus
tee, will self to the Highest bidicr for can at
the Co rt llout-e door in the city or Wilming
ton, on Monday April 2ml. 183, at 12 o'cl ck,
l the ollowbig describe d propert situate in
tald city, beifinidng at the Northwest in err
section of lent li with Chestnut street, ru
thence North with the Western line of Tenth
street 50 feet, thence West along hrambertV
tine 16 K es to Hunt's line, thence outh 50
fet to Ch stnut etreet. thence along the orth
line ol Chestuut street 16 poles, to tho bciu
nlfg. I . J. D. BELLAMY, Jr., .
mch 1-Sod .Attorney..
J-JNDEB NEW MANAGEMENT,
WI1JHNOTON, S. C
B. L. PERRY,-Proprietor.
Late Proprietor Atlantic Hotel. First -Qa&t-ln
all iu appointments. Terms 2.20 to 4.00 a
people are always on
the lookout for chan
ces to Increase their
earnlnsrs. and In tlau
ueeoiuc wcanoy; uumc wnov ao not lmprovt
their opportunities remain in poverty . H e ol
fer a great co. nee to mate money,. We want
many men. wor. en. boyn and Kirls to wofk for
as right .n their own locaUtie. Any one can
do the work psoperly from the fint start. The
bosuy-sa wll nay more than tea times ordl
oary. wages. Kipcmive outflt famished free
No one who engages tall to make mouey rap
July. Yon can dero-e your whole time to tbe
work, or only your pare moments, . Full In
format km end U Uu.t is needod sent free. Adr
dresa 8TZ3f02i 6 Ccl, Portland, Mai as.
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PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
uperlor Court of Brunswi k county, at Tall
Term 18S2, iu an action of forecl -sur then ln
leivli g b tween Th ri-st National Rikof
Wilmington -3 plaintiff, and Alex. Oldham
and wiie as defe daiits, theundtrslgned. Com
rai--oner ai poimed bvj said decree. will te 1 at
public auction, for cth. tlh Court House in
-mlth He. on Monday, the 10tn of April 18.1,
at 1- M, the foil .wing, real rst-te, leing in the
conn y of Bunnwick. adjoining the town of
ilminion and ennta-ning T acre, more or
less. Beginning at a marble pnt in the Unins
wrjk county line on te Sou h side of the great
oad or causeway across ragle Isbmd.-and
run about South w ith the said county Unet
a cypress in the e. ge of t e ape r ear river
at the mouth ot a canal, then along eaid
canal about West to Alligator tit-ek, thn
M snitt reek to wad great road or cauev. ay,
then along ii alou Kast to the begincii g
Kvicepting from said bo irds two acnson
veyeI t John A. Ta l.r hv -I. E' amne Lit
deed of Jantiar 19th. 18G4 ; and also eicepsing
ot -y ng 120 feet roiu the afo e.-aid t ii t
l'ne and a onjr mid great road 00 feet, fronting
the s tme an i pjctemiing b ?ck 100 feet p rtilltl
with said i runswick oiu ty lb e whb-h las -lot
wan reserved by Alfred V mlth iu the d.ed
convening said laud to the said Akx uldbaui.
A. G. RICAUD,
Q TDUESDAY, TEDRDABY 8th 13&3,
the undersigned will reviTe the publication ot
the FAY BIT fc. VI LLE OBSKKVfc.IL
Tho Observer wi 1 be a !arg- W ro'nmn
weekly i.ew paper. ?md will be mailed to aub--crib-rs,
p- siaie paid, at J! t annum, al
wars in advance. 1 will give he new-, of the
day In as ample form as its spa- e will iKrrmit,
nu'i iHiin rgfr anu occasional
dents id cotitiibnte Infers fom
n State politics ami affairs. '
Democatlc J11 politic , tbe OBSERVER will
!ab r, first of all, to assure the irm-perit ot
the T- wn of fatetteviile, to develop th vast
irricultur 1 resources of Its own and ih
neignboring coun e. and V promote ail that
co ce na ti e welfare of the people of North
Oppved to surh Innovations on the homely
wab of ur fathers s, in th gueofi-io
gres, harm society, the bsebver will be
found in full sympathy with the new things
born of ti e. haii: ed condition 0f tbe uth
which rOUna inflirnmnt no
eiK-e flnrt to b also good. , .Z 1
.u -uv u in eirive 10 oeserve to
reputntion of the name it inherit-, -
. ' - -- J. II A I.E. Jr.
Wilmington, N. a r
M. SCHLOSS, Prop. :
FIEST-CLAJB3 IN EVEEY RESPECT.
nrsVcliss Sax sad nrr.T.iawn 8A
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Harper's Young People
AN ILLUSTRATED WtEKLV is api.'
StriTEO TO BOTS AND CIHI 8 OF TBnli int
TO SIXTEEN VEAU OF AGE. j
Vol. IVT. conitnenres November 7. Iitfl i
Thc Tovmg People he boB fromtbeil
successful beyoud antlcipatlou. A. I. Li
ning Post - ' I i ! '
li has a distinctive pund!, to hfch It ttrad
11 f adheres that, namely., of eniiLnilnr!tbe
vicious pajH-rs for th oun tilih a tier
more attractive, as well as more v ho!cme.
For nea ncss. eJcsrance of enrarlnr d
wntt'i ts geiM'rally, it li iiii8urae bjtnj
p fuicauon ot me kiiki yel UTuutDt woux
notl c Pittsburgh Gazette.
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HARPER'S YOU.NG I'Kfl'LE, t 4
Per Year, Postage Preiinld, J l , -.
INGLE NUMBLKS, F uif V nU earn. ! I
Sp -imen copy tent on rc flt f TLrwCi
T he Volumes of Hari er'a Young PeiWfor
1881 and 1S82, handson ely hoiinl in Illumina
ted Cloth, v HI be sent hy mall. x'tpyn
paid, on rtvclpt of 3 00 each.' Cover i
Young Peoide for Ute'2, 33 ceuU; fobHp, 8
Remittances shoiddbemade by Postoiw
Money nier or Draft, to ril chance of Vm
j Newspapers are nt to copy this advert!
meni without the exire order of Winml
BKOTHKBS. Adilrena ' .
HARPER 4 BROTHERS ;
dec IS .... I New Vnrt.i
H albert Bros.j Wholesale
l Price List.
4 Planoi 7 oct., square, i rosewood, ' I
carved, agraffe ...4 71
1 Piano,uprtght,7Va0cL,cabiDetKiud Wf
13 Organ, 4 sets reetls,9 stops and gi ww '
Organ, 6 nets reeds, 13 stops, coup-
1 ler, sub-bass
Our Pianos and Organs are wsr- ,
tntet first-class. H
S VIoUn outiSt, box, bow, stringe.oom
Violin crcmona mdel, extra one .
Accordoon, 10 keys, ba b01' (
Accordeon, 6 keys,
VV m m w w -
1 stop, 5 cti !
nwdfi tiArfeCL. . . ..
Month Orcrans. Vienna concert,
8 Mouth Organs, Genuine Ulcbter 10
holes, U 8.. "Ull
11 Mouth Organs, . Genume . Concert
double 24 boles, G 8.
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin. 8 xejh
17 Fife, in ebony, German silve fene
16 Music Box, I tune, crank, af--"'"
19 , " 8 tunes, wind wltn lercr
20 Violoncello, patenS, machine M
22 Double BassV patent heai V or
24 finttar. mable. machine besi,
27 Banjo. 10 inch, 4 brass brackets.."'
28 Cornet, brass cornopeon style, cm
and crooks....... '"L'.lit
30 Drum, brass, PrussLin.ortiapn
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo fetriup.
SUverViAlin. Guitar ami Banjo Strii.
H Bros......; ' "'
Steel Violin, Guitar and Banjo String.
1 H Bros......
Gut, Bussbin, German or ItaliD. w
Instruction1 InVksV iiowe's or Winir',
rSurfni llivhlmu will n-ll tbeHl lOrf ,
liavmic iusi mui le a itimxi i,r-
While they but. , 1 1 igaer
Money b qu.te safe w commoa f-r
erms stncuy casn wwu
tamps. ' iftTMrfC1,
Agenta and dealers send for our
tloguc ; ca
On above net wholesale pxve
make 100 per cent, profit.
aae tou per cent, pronu x&M-
Kiii on us wnen you touic w l,Z..m w
tMen-nM i Anv bank or whole ,
sn you W
Any bank or
in the citv.
Uulbert Bros.. Is
t he only General
sa e house in St. Louis. 't. v.nca
923 Olive Street,
fan is-ii - ...
la lust tke thlmrjto curt or prevew ' t
. t Ll.k HTUV r
known asTrtcbnjB. and wtil VrfnTlW
a thrifty. Tsealtny condition. cle j
nevs, Kver. Ac . of worms JTs
pounds and will. SSoiSS
directions, cure 10 hoft of ihe tw" P
in i.fMm in a condition to fattei. J;fM leco-
nsnal time; thmbv savtngo i '
Tbe farmers. of fcopB" fffi fiy
tbe praise. All farmcn6oc3,
met. - "-'-vr. .f-s.-in v w.
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