'iV:-- - -. r. - ,
-P-it -F " A -' :7 . .; ... I I -. ..
,n8bed evljry eventa. Sunday, ex
months, f2J. Three
ne month, 35 cents.
i jm 4m
.ii 1.0 lipnvercu uy iu
any and all fall-
their paW regularly,
The Daily 'RMewhasl largest
0c circulaiionW any newspaper
shed,inlhe city V Waminyion.JB
r mfdZh1 - finished 'writing
i. nf ver." in ana, re jsoinS u
,f .unkres the twV cent postage
lb) uv - - : I
ctorn ' exDR-ss companies report
r.Xmas business I'rim 25 to 50 per
larger than last ) .ftr.
Iialtioiore Sun says McDonald, as a
sidential possibility.l.as potercd out
hot .Tiidee Thurnifti has gone to
Leading citizens oi rscw
,nehPl a card accnsiU the
V ' w " - T
tic nominee for Goveiior of rxuis-
a of being too fond of benzine, espe-
Jlly on Sunday.--
enator Pendleton is sail to be very
:i;nant because Mr A 4t, of Missou
.as Ukcn i for granteilthat he will
hn reflected and has oken for his
In the Senate..
. : ..
'he Boston and Cape Bit ton stcani
p company, limited, will a capital
250,000, has bebu fonlcd to run
amers between Sydney, V- 15.. and
ton. throujrh Bras IVOi lake and
Vnnic Dickey, a mcmbcr.'a the fsal
ion army at ritssburg, i t ., . gener-
y known as "Hallelujah fanic." has
iconic hopelessly, insane froii mental
itemeut and physical exnlsuro and
'ed in an insane asvlum
V Southern Congres
Enquirer a saying
it "Mr. Pendleton's Snivel Service
form bill is a good means It o keep
publican wire workers in place to
inipulate election districts."
Chos. Nast. as the Boston Transcript
rns, still "sends his sketch c to the
iirpers every week and they aropigeon
led by Mr. Curtis, while the Harpers
7 him under contract $10,000 k year
life." This is a Nasty trick.
flie Richmond Dispatch reminis the
l enue reformers that "a tari that
lords tte maximum of protection will
iu tne minimum of revenue, and,
versely, a tariff that yields the pax
am of revenue will afford the inni
.im of protection." y
ive snouiu nice io see a i&ir oaiot in
lit ginia. North and South Cardina.
orgia anu xennessee on tne repai oi
ernal Revenue laws. . Autcsta
ou would see a large majority for
eajj among the Democrats in Torth
The leading dry goods importr of
ticago. Mr. Marshall Field,- dedares
at on all ordinary varieties of wcolen
; cotton goods, wnether for mens or
men's wear indeed, on all but the
y finest goods for fashionable year
Vmericais as cheap a market as
re is in the world.
The glory of Chicago as a bunco
. seems to have cone forever
lei is the Chicago Times. "Onjy a
short years ago that alluring game
is as flourishing and prosperous tere
any of the industries of the city. . But
ies have changed and bunko is
.rcely known here at all now. Ntw
fork appears to be the 'city to whHi
bunco industry has been tras!
bngressman Thompson, of Ken-
.ky, is to meet with vigorous opp6-
bnin liscanvass tor a renominatioa.
Jis opponents are already in tho field
paring for the race. One of theu
J udge Durham, who has been . in
egress, but is said to have been de.
cd for reelection because it was toil
lim that ho washed his feet in
na hand bowl in a d&ak room of the
use of Representative. He wants to
vn effect existing without a i .
I Impossibility -tick.ing in the throat
1 -kiness ol the voice, violent couhl
t "y.iao effects of a severe cola
Bull's Cough Syrup cures the cok
mce and removes iu serious effects.
.Tesidln- Elders Appoint-
.Vilmington, Front Street, Jan. 5tb
1 6th. . ,
W. H. Bobbitt, P. E
.. ' .- ,
'iiealth is impossiblewhea the blood
U P"Fe thick, nd sluggish, or when
i thin and impoverished. TTndiir
conditions, boils. DimnVo. h
i, neuralgia, rheumatism, and Ann
sase after another is developed. tv
r's Sarsaparilla. and it will make
J blood pure, rich, warm, and
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VOL. VIII. ! v WILMINGTON ir n msn at taatttaW i
JUDEX 10 N E W j A n V E RT S E M E H To.
iroi't Forget It ' !
W II Gkeex Cigars I ' '! 1
W .T Mott-Sausage Factory '. :
C W Y"ATE3 Cliristmaa Novelties j "
Xcw Ycrk and Wllmlhgtoa S S Line s j
IIeinsbkrgkr A Happy ew Year
Ci:onlv& MoaRlsrrait at Auction tr i
as B UUGGINS & Coi Copartnership ' T
Opeka Hoi'se New Ilumptjr Specialty Co
. Dr.TC Aver & Co Anjoitll Sioldlet's Expe
rience , j
Croxli" A Morrii, A'actfr's Cigars
Auction. Y , ' 1 1
Muxbs Bros, DeRosse't Extract of
Witch Hazel v , - ,
IIOixUfGSWORTii & Walker Livery and
Sale Stables f j'
Jacksok &.BEtr. A Iiappyf and Prosper
ou New Year " j . I i
For other loatls see fourth page.
. H r"T : - '
We wish everybody a Happy I New
Year! . - i : . 1 i
We gain this month 39 minutes of
daylight. ! . ,H ! "
Dr. Chas. Iesesnc,
of Onsbw, is in
the city to-day.
No more holidays now 'until the
Fourth, just six months off.
This has been too warm a day for
health and the, time of j-ear. '
i .. . j .. t
The Custom House and some of the
other public offices have been closed for
j,bo day. ' , ! ! j . ' " ' !
Ash-Wednesday f alii this year on the
2?th of February and Easter Sunday on
April 13tb. j
Turner's Almanac said Uiat it would
be stormy to-day, and, it wasn't so far.
out of the way.; j , 1
There is unmailable matter in the
Postoffice addressed to Robert Rome,
care of S. F.R,R.Co. ,1 p
Capt. McGowan has cn hand Ja fine
lot of those delicious. Home (harden
Oysters stacked on ice. See ad. 1
We wonder what our New England
friends w6uld say j) if such weather as
this should usher in jtheir! 'Neiv Year's
Day."". . M ' - ! .
'there werethe usual number of good
resolutions formed this morning, some
of which undoubtedly will be kept 24
hours. , ' !- -
The condition of . Mr. Luke B.
Huggins, this morning, was very low,
and there were but slight! hopes of his
recovery : ' ' ,. - ;1 ' - .
, Eighteen hundred and eighty four has
boldly entered time's front door, while
eighteen hundred and eighty three drifts
sadly off on memory's seaJ
We regret to learn tbat Mr. Elkanah
Allen, of the police forc. i is qiite sick
and confined to the house with a
severe attack of typhoid
Railroad men ,! printers and loafers
were about the only men who could
not indulge in a holiday; . to-day. They,
ail had the usual amount of hard work
to perform- j j
mm.-m. ,i ... ' ! ' - (
It is many days since we have; seen
the streets cf Wilmington so, deserted
as they were at noon to-day. It seemed
more like Sunday than it did like the
third day of the week.
There was) a heavy shower of rain,
accompanied by thunder and lightning,
at about 3 o'clock this morning. The
shower did not last long, but the rain
fellin torrents while it did last. .
Wilmington favbrite, Joe Jefferson,
will appear here on Monday, the 14th
inst., in a new play, lie was here last
in Rip Van Winkle, two years ago
After him comes
troupe. J I
the , Rentz-Santly
John Melton and JoscDh Lucas, both
colored and both barbers, got into an
affray last night, for which j they were
hauled up before the Mayor this morn
ing who fined thepi $5 each for their
barbarous conduct. !
Water street was dU and dreary to
day. All the principai;places of business
were closed for the, day and the street
had a deserted appearance. Many of
the places of business , on other j thor
oughfares were also closed.
It ' will be on Friday and Saturday
nights, with a matinee on Saturday
allernoon. that the Miaco H'umpty
Dumpty Troiipo will appear here, thus
giving three performances, instead of
two, as we had it yesterday. The
troupe will be accompanied by a band
of music, and will make a street parade
on both days. - ' ' I -
An Ex-Ob vernois lixra.
Ex-IJL-Gov.' Norman J. Coleman,
of St. Louis, says : i My wife has found
fireat benefit in the use oi St, Jacobs
Oil as a pain-cure.
The Queen of the Christmas.
The beautiful dressed doll which ? has
attracted so much attention io
Heinsbereier's store window daring the
past two weeks was yesterday afternoon
awardetHo Mr. Henry , F, Otter,
Secretary of the Younaj People's Asso
ciation of St. Paul's E. L. church, . that
entleman holding the lucky number.
lue Uoll, it wiil be remenbered. was
competed for by those who held j
ticKcts as purchasers of articles at Mr.
Heiusberger's during the , Christmas
season. Mrs. J.' J. Hedrick, Mrs. N.
B. Vincent. Col. J. W. Atkinson and
Mr W. C. VonGlahn formed the com
mittee . under whose direction the
award was made. Mr. Otterv held No.
169. The drawing was made yester
day afternoon and was Witnessed j by
quite, a crowd of ladies and gentlemen
who were afterwards enteri ained with
some delightful music in Mr. Heins
berger's music room.
Watch Nisrht Meetings.
The old custom prevalent here and
elsewhere of watching the did year out
and the new year in jwas observed with
suitable religious services at the Front
Street Methodist Church, last; evening,
it being a union of the Front and Fifth
Street charges. -The attendance was
good, and, had not the weather been
iuclemcntii we doubt not the church
Would have been packed.. , The meeting
was enjqyed by all who attended and
the remarks made by Rev, Doctors
Yates- and Bobbitt, Rev. W. I. Hull
and MrT. B. Kingsbury were not only
very impressive,. but suitable to the oc
casion. When the bell struck the hour
of 12 the congregation Were engaged in
singing "Nearer, My God, to Thee.''
and the services closed a- few minutes
after with prayer and the singing of the
Long Metre Doxology. Wc learn that
several of the colored churches also held
I similar meetings.
Did You Oet Iielt?
Ihere was a large gathering at
Messrs. John Dyer & Son's this morn
ing to attend the drawing of the prizes
to be awarded to the customers of the
house in accordance with a . previous
announcement in the columns of the
Review. There were 17 prizes in all
and tho following were the lucky nam
oersin tne oraer in wnicn tney were
drawn: No. 600, 1st prize, a suit of
clothes ; 902, 2nd prize, set of china ;
51.228, 3d prize, suit of underwear ;
20.507, 4th prize, scarf pin ; 20.192, 5th
prize , a pair of sleeve buttons ; ,2.838,
6th prize, Melville hat; 2.818,7th prize,
half dozen collars ; 20.063 , 8th prize, 13
pairs cuffs ." 780, 9th prize, linen shirt ;
20.672, 10th prize, plush scarf; 385, 11th
prize, walking cane; 10 097, 12th prize,
silk handkerchief ; 20 160, 13th prize,
satin necktie; 10.113, 14th prize, pair of
suspenders; 1.154, 15th prize, collar
button; 40. 012, 16th prize,! pair of
Boston garters; 20 457, 17th prize, pair
The Alice Oates Company in
Opera Bouffe. -There
was a good attendance at the
Opera House last night to seel the per
formance of the " Field of the Cloth of
Gold," by the Alice Oates Comic Opera
Company, although many were un
doubtedly deterred from going by the
pitchy darkness of the night and . the
threatening aspect of the weather. The
play was a historic burlesque in the life
and times of Henry .VIII,- of England
whose many wives (six) and ihe un
ceremonious 'ease with which he
divorced them will be remembered by
the students of English liistory. The
play was well presented, Ihe company
was good, and the performance was a
success in all that . i: intended, which
was to create unbounded peals of laugh
ter, j Our space will not permit us to
present every attractive feature of the
evening and where all did so well it
becomes hardly neeessary, but we think
that Mrs., Oates has decidedly improv
ed in appearance since she was last
here and her voice has lost none of the
freshness of former years. Her rend
tionofthe song, familiar to many
our readers, "Good-bye, Swcetheart.vj we KEBg-EnoLfi. . oniv dby
... rr- .. , - j.Joyto. PAKliKy TAfLOB.
was an exquisite effort ot vocali-ati e wihte oiiT ' iec3i
which was acknowledged by rapturousj ! , "tut 77-
app.lause from the audience. or:
would it be just to omit to mention th;
excellent sinelns of tbc Misses
Leonard and Mabel Mortinw
song by the latter was supe whlIe th
... x . t tfTA- C)a.te and
"UODDie liuet, 03 yT ' . , . lr'
Miss Ionard was red, as it shouldi
,:u Mkrtv demonstratio I .
.,- -v.nirht. "Conrad100
Ol UClIgUU -t . -nrfSlf-
Corsair."1 bo presentea.ItAi'
i fmndd UDOtt ByrOn'S C" , Pf
w - . -es 01 wnicn
of The Corsair, the V: '
01 - , ., islands of the
were ti u
New Grocery Firm.
, Capts. Jas. B . Huggins and F, G.
Robinson have entered into copartner
ship fot the purpose of carrying on here
a general family grocery business.
They will occupy the store heretotore
hold by Capt, Hurgins and will make
such alterations and." improvements
there a4 may be necessary for the pro-
posed enlargement --'of their business
T h se r.ntletnen are' both well-known
to our citizens and! need no introduction!
at our, hands.
M. CRONLY, Auct'r.
BY CBOSL.Y & MORRIS.
N TO MORROW, Wednc5day) at Ifro'clk,
A. M.. we will continue the ' sale of Fnitt ob
board Br. Schr Pioneer, at Custom House
wtxarr ,wnen tne enure lot will le disposed of.
JUU 1-11. ' I
Don't Forget It.
HIE OLD NORTH STATE SALOON has
on hand a fine lot of those HORNE GARDEN
OYSTERS stacked on ice. They are the best
Drought to tins market. Call and try them.
-a iso, ieer, v mes, j-aquors ana .ujgars.
JAS. M. McGOWAN & SON,
jan 1 - No 0, South Front St
, M. CRONLY, Auctr.
1 BY CRONLY & MOIIRIS.
25,000 Cigars at Auction
iT?OR- AND ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT
UC majr concern, we will sell to the highest
uiaaer, commencing xnursaay, Jan. 6. 1884.
at 10.30 o'clock, A. M., and 3 P., M., 25,030 im
ported, domestic and Key West Clears. SolO
in lots to suit purchasers. Terms cash, land
Bale positive. Dealers will do well to call and
examine this stock, the finest line ever offered
at public sale, Sale at CRONLY & MORRIS'
Auction Room, corner of Water ami Princess
streets. Remember Thursday morning.
, jan 1 tf , j Star copy,
rnilE bNDEKSIGNED II AVE THIS DAY
X formed a Copartnership, under tbc firm
name ana style or j as. b. iiuggijss a uo.
for the purpose of conducting a GENERA!
viliOUEKx BUSINESS. i
I J AS. B. HUGGINS,
I K. G. ROBINSON.
Wilmington, Jan 1, 1 i.
Iluggius & Co.
TN DIRECTING ATTENTION TO ABOVE
X notice, desire to say that they hopcTby "fair
ana square" dealing to merit and receive a
liberal share of public patronage, i
Jan 3, 1884, r jan 1 4t
. . ,
. TO ALL OF OUR
. . I
FRIENDS AND PATRONS!
JACKSON & BELL, .
Printers and Binders, j
jan 1 - ' 1
Extract of Witch Hazel.
"T-E OFFER THE ABOVE PREP ABA?
tion In Pint Bottles, as Double Distilled Ex-
. : - u
tract i Witch Hazel or Hnmmamelio, I at 50
cents per bottle.
A safe and speedy remedy for' Bruises,
Strains, Burns, Scalds, Neuralgia, Pai, Piles,
Stlnga of Insects and many other uses, the ex
treme low price placing it within the reach' of
every family. ,
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
Druggists, Market Street, ' -
Finest English Tooth Brushes 25 cents.
jan 1 I I -
I TO MY
FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS.
A. Happy New Year ! . !
rjpuANKING TnEM, ONE AND ALL, FOR
their past favors, I ask a coatinuance of the
same and promise to do all iu my power to
give satisfaction In all my dealings.
The LIVE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE en
ters upon the new year with a de.sirc to keep'
all its old friends, and by fair dealing and
courtesy to muse many new one.
i Very respectf nil v, -jan
1 P. lIELNSli
I -GOLDEN HAR.
L TOLL. Ft--' J
jje yrpaai ilitJrJUUg
"VFTHE S1's' 'V"'-' yj iuoi
NATIO--BANK OF WILMjENGTON, k.C.
i ticlec tion of Directors, will ixs icl'i at
'I r s T T . ip (rtrii wr r cm
House on Tuesday, the eighth
A. K. WALKER.
Cigars I! Cigars !
Iew brands ;of uneiceixed stock,
A tn-rn r vlthln roch nt'U I ' !
A luxury within reach of all.
Toilet Soap, a new and elegant line.
Tooth Brushes, cheapest and best, at
117 Market btrecL
NEW AD VEltTISEMEXTS.
ahu oa i tinUAT raAimttt
ALFRED T. MIACO'S
New Humpty Specialty Co.,
BRASS BAND AND ORCHESTRA. -
fcrfUrely New! and Orislnai Vcx lon ! New
scenery Xvcw Tricks and Grand
' ! Transfonaation Fccne !
A-oauiar x'riees. Kcscrvca beats mc. at
Dyrrs. Admission 55c: Galicrr irc. Sale of
ovn.L ut-ius r cunrsuay, .January -n.
Mott's Sausage Factory.
OTT'S STEAM SAUS AG K FACTORY
is now completed and Is ready, to if 11 orders
for .Fresh l'ok Sausage, Smoked Sansuge, LIt- '
er Pudding.Hog's Head Cheese. A!so,Eolog-
na Sausage will be made the year tound.
I '!!''. 1
Orders by Express C. O. D. will lie prompt-
This is the largest and most complete Saii
age Factory South. Respectfully,
janl-tf i. W. .1. MOTT.
An Old Soldier's
" Calvert, Texas, 1
I wish to express my appreciation of the
valuable qualities of
" T : i
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
. i. M -.r - . , -as
a cough remedy.
"V hue with Churchiirs army, just before
thei battle ofVicksburg, I ccntijactpd a se-
vcro cold, which terminated in a dangerous
couSii. 1 rouna no reuet tui on our march
XV& wUlO IO 'A CUULirbLUIt't UUUe. Uil WiA.lllU
for some remedy. I was urced to try Ayzr'3
CHEKRY PECTORAL! I
" I aid so, and was rapidly cured. Since
then I have kent the Pectoeal constantly bv
mc.for family use, and I have found it to be
T . , - Li. -71
an lnvcuuuoit; rciucuy ivr iiuuat nuu mug
diseases. I J. W. Whitley."
Thousands of testimonials certify to the
ironipt cure of all bronchial and lung
affections) by tho uso of Ayek's Cherry
Pectoral.' Being very palatable, the young
est children take it readily,
! , rREPARED BY !
Dr. J.C. Aver &Co., Lowell, Mass.
, Sold by all Druggists. 1
jan 1 ly tc4p : V
Livery and Sale StaMcJ
Hollingswortli & Walker,
J Corcer of Mulberry and Fourth Streets, t
ARTIES IN NEED OF nORSES AND
Vehicles for .bnsiness or pleasure will be ac
commodatcd on very reasonable terns. '
Horses boarded and carefully tended.
, - I ! '
.Good teams, comfortable vehicles and care
ful drivers. . -
The handsomest Hearse in the city.
A call is respectfully solicited,
j an 1 HOLLINGS WORTH WALKER.
Sew York & Wilmingtori
FROM NEW YORK EVERY
SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock. P: M.
. ft p W--, f
k ' J , va.
aJIn2 and Lowcot
3 Throviirrnteeil to aa1 iroa Foists
Through Rviiiuron . , ,
ba Nort" or P-"gcapply to i
G.SM ALLCONE.S, Superintendent,
, Wilmington, N. C
Tll-O. G. EGER, Freight Afreni.
35 Broadway, New York.
WM. P. CT.VDK A Cil.. iri-ft) ActinU.
jan l-tt t
ULL LINE AT I
GILES & MjUECHISON'S,
Apples ! Apples ! Apples I
fS CONSIGNMENT AND MUST RESOLD.
IN. Yi Baldw'iu AppHs, Ohio Red Apple,
Y. Creamery isuttir, .. ou uiier, unio
Butter, Va. 31eal. car load or sruall onier fro
tHl -.1" 1
. E G. BLAIR,
Commission Merchant, 13 N. Second St.
dee.31- ' ''
JT MONACH'S, 15 SECOND STXlEET.be-
iwcon Market! and PrtDcc, Ltvllc and Gen
tle men's goods of every description, any color.
Ala o, clen! , ecourln and bleaching. . Send
me a pair of your Old Kid GIotcs. - -
. PIJL5E KOT1CE. - 4
We will bo glad to recdTO communication
from our friends o any ad 'a; fti!Joc
! The luuae of mo writer ra st. always t0 ftt
nUbed to the Editor. v, l ' " - v j"
Co imnnTcatlona mctt be wrUtrs ea. onl
one sMe of the paper, i
PersonAllUca mat be ayoldeL! , I
Audit Is especially and parUcnlxrfy ttnd
stood that the Editor docs not always endot
the views of correspondents unlearn aof state
In tho editorial columns. . I
FALL AND WINTER
NOW OPEN AT
JVC- .31 LA. T Z '
' h :
lift Market Street.
I'M I f
EVERY DEPARTMENT t
Unusual Attraction in Styles .
arict!no 01 Good?r
ALL WITH THE LOWEST PRICES ASSURED !
To enumerate even a small portion oi bur
. i ,- ,' .1 I
endless variety, would occupy i i too i tnudh
it 1 11 .
space, and we therefore name only a few De
Rlapi- nd Coloretl Silks.
I . i j T
Ottoman , Brocade & Rhadamcs Silks,
plain and Brocaded Velveteens. I
I ' 1 I L M
I untuii UOUUb in ail mo reW;uaucs,
Pashmom RTi'mlaa Rnrn-oa
t - j 1
amei S Xiair, OU1C, Ultoman,
wIln ninth. Tjulins1 (lotli. Klannels.
I J' .1 :
Mohairs,' Plaids with jCombihatjons, -Pin
Checks, Brocades, Beigcsl. tC '
Trimmings, ' Fringes, Girips1, Buttons,
I ' to match aij abc ve. ' , ' :
Cloaks, Dolmans, Sacqucs and Jersey s,
. . Shawls. ! j' '
Ladies1 Misses, Men and Boys'j Merino
! ' J' i ' Underwear, j I1 f ;-' v;
Blankets and Flannels lower than they
1 have been for years. '
Laces and! Embroideries at prices that
will make you buy any way.1 1
Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets Jkirts,
Table Damasks i Towels, Sheetings,
White Goods, , , i
Men and Boys1 Wear,
' Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, '.' .
!, &C, &C., ,&C. 1 !
All bought at tho recent decline In Drlcca,
and an Inspection of same will Induce my pat-
rons, as well as the public in general, a proCt
I . I i j
by investing in some o the UAJlr BAl-
GAINS, i I- ! I I
' - -if ' ij 1
-.1 i r ' -.1 I. I '
4 r nn-ii c
QUO IwictriVUl Ol.
Bankrupt Sale of
aillXIVe jjtj-pt stock f"
- have nr and will Vlope It out at
Manutacturers r rices i
1 - 1. , I : - Ii. .: :
Till-Uockin known far and wH a..', ! the
IIAND-OMEST! and BEST SELECTED (of
any In .1 c city, ijvnd ad thcgoo'U are prolog to
besoM verv lowi-for cali onlvlt wtlllray.
Vlire haser to examine tame lIorc buying
lo 12 A. IIAVIH. ! .,
1 I 4 11 I
HAVE JUST RECEIVED' ANOTHER
lot of Vetret Incl CANTON STRAWS for
- I I ' . ' - 111' "
Sch6ol Hats, also a large lot of FELT HATS
T I? H .,h:
which will li told at reasonable pi ice. , I I
' Have In a complete StocK of j" ;!k
" ' ' j ' ; I
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
CROCHET SHAWLS anV FASCINATORS.
CAPS and SACQUKS. All aize,! colors ani "
price In "JERSEYS-" i .
STAMPING and HAIR WORK Otoe at rca
souablc prlce. :' , J j'j; '
Boys' Saddles, , ! V
T 1 ADIES AND GENTS' SADDLES. HoTV3
I J ...-....!- : I I . .
liUnkeu, Lap Robe; Carriages and all kln
of Vehicle.' Saddlery, Trunks and Carriage ,
repaired by akllled workmen. i I
. MCDOUGALL EOWDEN.
dec 17 1 No. 114 Norm Front -t.