JOSH T. JA1IES,
0 .kioo: One month. cents.
Jw rttcf b and CberaL
"rJvMr Paper regularly.
jj.'tiiM. wtecity tf remington. J3
-L u.t ronuiml to bnlld Iho pro-
.joacA.hip canal to Manchester. Eng.
of China hss order-j
" iWfiw'" - ' ,
eJ the construction of two roonj torpedo ,
bcati at Stettin. Germany.
It ia promised thai the ice palaco, to
be bait at Montreal i for the carnival
Ibis winter .ball be larger than that
built last season.
According to advices received in
Paris trorn Saigon. Bac Nina will not
be attacked bj tha Fretch ontll General
M-lott with reinforcement, has arrived
b Tenant n.
A harricane occurred on the Mexican
oat on November 4. which entirely
dMiroyed the town of Altata at the port
r.f that name. Kota hoase remained
Handing, and vessels and launches at
scchcr suffered seTcrely.
nt - '
l he Waihinfton Star declares that
it looks now very much as li lion.
Henry V Payne will ancceed Senator
Pandleton. This would be another
triumph for Mr. JoHn E. Mckean, of
the Cincinnati Enquirer"
Tho boundary dispute between Bra
all and French Guinea is to be tubs
mltted to arbitration. Braail. it is
said, has chosen the Emperor of Ger
many as its representative, while
France has selected President Arthur.
Mrs. Anna Inon. whose homo when
a girl was In Bucks couuty, Fa., was the
young woman who buckled tho sword
of Gen. Houston around that veteran
just before the battle of San Jacinto.
lie death ia Bryan, Texas, was an
occurrence of a few days ago
The Paris correspondent of the
IHidon Flost states that the French
government proposo to sell tho - state
railways. It is believed that the
Kothchilds. In behalf of certain great
railway companies, hare offered the
government 420.000,000 franca for the
Beside Jablouski, who took part in
the murder of Lieut. Col. Sudiekein and
his nephew, in St. Petersburg, two meo
who actually committed the' murder
hare been arrested. Important papers
relating to the nihilists have been found
at the late residence of Llout." CoL
The Mexican gover anient haa declar
ed forfeited the concession made to Gen.
Grant for a submarine cable connect
ing Mexico, the Unted Sttaes and Cen
tal America, for non-fulfillment ol. the
terms of tne concession, oo work hay
ing beenjdoue. V
The Epslratu Santo mine Inthe Isth
mus of Darlen, which gave millons to
the Spaniards, and which was lost for
many years, has been rediscovered by
a prospecting party sent out by ajcom
pany. Tho new owners of the proper
ty expect to reap millions from it.
Discutslng the Presidential prefer
ences of Ulysses, tho Philadelphia Times
remarks that "as the country is not
asking General Grant what he will do
so much as it once did. It may turn out
that neither Ixan, Arthur, nor the
people care whom he Is for or whom be
Senator Fair, of Nevada, sent a draft
for S5 000 a a Christmas gift to the
Boja and Girts' Aid Society of San
Francisco, CL Mr. James C. Flood
gave the Catholic Female Orphan
Asylum of the aamo city $1,000. and
8t. Vincent's Orphan Asylum. San
Rafael, $1,000, as Christmas gifts.
A mnsical festival on aa extensive
scale Is projected for Richmond. Va., to
take place the first week In May. It
is proposed to have a number of great
sinsers, Theodore Thomas's orchestra
and a local chores of S00. If the fcstl
al takes place, a share of tho proceeds
will be given to the Lee Monument As
sociation, t -
. Saturday afternoon a party of
ssyta, six of whom were ex -army ofii
ccrs and the other a well known archi
tect and bridge bonder, left New York
via tho Pennsylvania Railroad for San
Francisco, on their way to China. U
understood that these gentlemen have
ectaredthe Chinese military service.
od that each hat la his posi cisloa his
VOLoVIII. 1 WILMINGTON. N. C, MONDAY.-JANITARY Tj
LOCAL NEWS. T
laCU TO iEW tOvTRTlKBEHTS.
W 11 Uskc Garden
V C CKAFT-y 8 1'KCo K-1
OrEEA. Houas Joeeph Jeffcraon
Tnos C Cbajt. Agt Oar TTide
C W TATES-Cbrltnua yoreltlcs j
W4E SaTn(EB-AttjVat Law I
HET58 RzaoEK-A Word to the Wle
Pakxlh & Tatlob Golden Il'rret
COLTTJXE & CAVrBCUs Dfr-wrfaUon
P L B&iXKJfiti &. Co Ox Tall Bonp
A UCAMrBEtx Lorober CommlMlon Mcr
ijcirw CB09. &' pxUossETExtract ot
witch rutti 1 "'"i :"'.. . .; -
- Bl . . t - - 1
The receipts of cotton at this port to
day foot np 106 bales. :
i i j
Tno coldest weather during the last
49 hours was at 4 o'clock Sundaylmorns
ing. when the thermometer indicated 0
degrees aboro zero, j . j j
The regular annual ' meeting of the
stockholdere of tho First National Bank
will be held at their banking house in
this city, to-morrow morning. The
Board of Directors of this iBank have
recently declared a dividend of 3 per
cent." payable on and after to-morrow.
Air. II. S. Taylor, agent for Mr.
Joseph Jefferson, is in tho city to-day
making arrangements for tho appear
anoe of that distinguished comedian on
Monday next. He gavo us the pleasure
of a call this forenoon, and we found
him aa agreeable gentleman. and we
would be glad to havo him "come
again." . . ! .
Tho North Carolina Grand todge F
& JV. M.. will convene at Raleigh to
morrow (Tuesday) at 7:20 p. tn. Those
of the franternity who will attend from
this city, so far as jwo can learn, are
Messrs C. II. Robinson and John W
Perdew, of St. John's Lodge, No. I.
who expect to leave hero to morrow
A Critical I Situation.
On Saturday night a colored woman
by the name of Mary -. who had
worked during the day for Mr. George
Honnet, started to go to her home on
Thirteenth and Market streets, but had
proceeded only a short distance, when,
being thinly cladi she. was overcome
by life cold and leaned against a lamp
post, unable to! go .farther. She was
discovered and a policeman was called,
who assisted her. home. Had she re
mained a short time longer before she
was found she would undoubtedly have
frozen to death. j '
Br. steamship Wood side, Jenkins.
cleared to-day for Liverpool for 5.020
bales cotton, valued at $236,258. ship
ped by Messrs D. R. Murchison & Co.
Nor. barque Cortcz, Aamondsen, clear
ed to-day for London fwith 500 casks
spirits turpentine and) 3,101 barrels
rosin, valued tit $10,397, ehlppod by
Messrs Paters o a. Downing & Co. Br
Schr. City tf Nassau, Kelley. cieareed
for Nassau. N. P., with 124 barrels
flour. 5 boxes meat, 6 teirces shoulders.
15 tubs butter. 10 eases lard, 23.566 feet
lumber and 35.000 fcb ingles .valued at
$1,673 37. shipped by $Ir. J: R.
Turrentlno, making a total value of the
shipments 248 638 37.
A JJlHtresHiiicr Time.
A cumber of passengers who were
en route from Smiihvilie to Wilming
ton on Saturday afternoon , on the
ateam.tr Minnthaha had a very'flis
agrccitble expcrlecco. Too boat got
asaoro near Big Island, in the midst of
the blinding snow storm, and there
remained until the tide lifted her. There
were several gentleman passengers and
a la oy with several chlldrca. and the
sufferings ot the party were very great
for a time. There was nothing to
eat on board and no 'wood with
which to keep up a Qro in i tho stove.
other than barely enough to ret up
steam, with which to come on to the
city. In this extremity the gentlemen
divested themselves of their "overcoats
aad with them covered tho lady and tho
children and the ice-box and some art!,
cles of furniluae were cut up and used
for fuel. The party , remained there all
nieht and it was a distressing occasion
but it was happily 'relieved when the
boat floated with the tide and steam
was gotten op and tho party brought to
the city in safety, arriving here about
10 o'clock yesterday morning.
Four Lives Saved. ;
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup relieved four
ot my children or a most alarming at
tack of Whooping Cough, from which
their throats and neefcs became so
swollen as to prevent them from swal
lowing. Nothing would give them
even temporary relief, until this Syrup
was tried. One bottle. In one night,
saved their lives. I verily beliavo-
GEO. W. Z ARII ART. i
Captaia of Pcllca, CilUncra, Ud.
City Court. ;:,
Alico Hail, colored, who figures
prominently In police circles, was be-"
fore the Mayor this morning, charged
ith disorderly conduct on Saturday,
uight and was fined $3 for tho offense
Fanny Goro, an old effendor, but who
has been in her good behavior for some
time pas'!:, get on the war path Saturday
night and was taken in by the police;
This morning she was fined $3 for
disorderly conduot. . . . '
The Missionary Meeting, j
In "consequence of the very inclement,
weather there was not as large a con
gregation present in SL John's Church
last night, at the joint missionary meet
ing held there on that occasion, as was
expected when, the arrangement was
made. The proceedings were, however,
very interesting. Rev. Dr. ' Watson,
Bishop-elect of the new diocese, was
tho principal speaker. His remarks
conveyed to bis hearers a great deal of
information relative to the new diocese,
the field for labor! and work which is to
be prosecuted in j that fiold, . and it is
needless to say that his remarks were
remcived with the most intense interest
by the congregation. Rev. Mr. Ambler'
of St. Paul's , preached a sermon and
Dr. Carmichael, who was suffering
from a cold, spoke very tmeur.
. A Hear Hunter.
Portland (Ores.) TeUyratni-Btil Dov
in sr. the creat bear hunter, had a ter
rifio encounter with a bear and was
badly hart. St. Jacobs Oil gave instant
Please do not say a word to us about
the weather. It has evidently been
reconstructed on a Northern basis, and
we don't liko it. but are obliged to , ac
cept It. with a left-handed blessinsr. A
few of our neighbors say that it has
often been colder iu Wilmington than
the weather wo have had since Satur
day night, and we are -entirely willing
they should think so. bnt In our opin
io n It has been colder during the last 48
Ihours than it has been since Colombun
discovered America, and we are bound
to stick to this opinion vuntU we get
thawed out. This spell" of weather
was introduced to us on Saturday after
noon by the "Beautiful Snow,'1 and it
began to grow colder about 5 o'clock
on that evening with increasing : Intcns
sity all through the. night. Yesterday
morning everything was frozen. Dur
ing the day it thawed some in.Southern
exposes where the influence of the
bright sun reached.but in shaded places
and Northern exposures there was cot
a partiole of thaw, and in fact it froze
all day. The cold was such that very
few ventured out j to attend pi
vine service, and the churches were
comparatively empty. Fortunately
there was but little wind, or the weath
er would have been unbearable. Dur
ing last night it moderated a little, but
this morning was not warm enough for
fans and icecream. ThecoIdcame so
sudden and unexpected that we fear
there has been niuch of suffering
among a great many. It has boon ter
ri bly cold, and- it would not be strange
if some were caught unprepared for
such inclement weather, although we
hope'that nothing of a serious nature
has belallen tho dwellers in our. South
laud.' . . 1 ''L-
Thls weather is unfortunate, .inas.
much as It has put our reputation in
jeopardy. We have been telling the
people of the North very pleasant things
about the mildness and salubrity of our
climate, when in fact one needs to put:
on an overcoat and gloves to d rjnk a
cup of eoflee.'
This celebrated comedian,, one of
Wilmington's greatest favorites, will
appear at the Opera House in this city
on tho night of Monday, the 14th Inst.
The play will be the Rivals" in which
Mr. Jefferson will appear as Bob Acres.
Of the play andthe cast the Philadel
phia Lcdqtr says :
Sheridan's famous play of "The
Rivals" wss tho attraction at Arch
Street lasts night and the tact that two
such artists as Mr. Jospb Jefferson and
Mrs Jonn Drew were tooiudea in tne
cast proved a powerful attraction.
Mrs. Drew appcarad as Mrs Mataprov
Mr. Jefferson as Bob Acres, his. Fr d
erlck Robinson as Sir Anthony Absolute,
Mr. R. S. Downing as Captain Absolute,
Mi: Chas. Plunkelt as Sir Lit
ems u 2rtQ2tr, miss itosa ttana as
as : Jsvaia xwznrat&v r
F. Taylor as Falkland, Mr. Thoms
Jefiersoa as Fag,
Mr. P. Shelley as
jillia Lee as thucy.
Tbo plav was
toe pnncipai leatai
acting of Mr. JtZd
. m . i
n In the eclebrat
od challenge and di
1 scenes, and the
qnalnl ortborapblcal ecccatrtcltlea tr;
petrated by Mrs. Drew as 2Jn IZatep
roo. x no isir JjUcius ci waveny &ca
tbo Lvdia or Miss Hand
vrtlls all tha
dtscr Fills ircra ttci ezzizlzzi.
W. & E. 8. LAOTEB,
. Attorney s-atIaw.::
- 021c S.VJS. Cor. rrlBs and' WaUr gift.
-Jan 7-119 . , ' -
Attention ! Wil. .SrF. E.
Yocar -ATrBfcrios I3-" caLi.kd to
KyUr Monthly Metlnsr to-morrow
W. C. CRAFT.
Sect'y it Treat
TQUniXtJ TIII5 HOLIDAYS WAS ESTfXlK
ly satisfactory, and we feel jjrAtefuWor ao
liberal patronage. Additions to our. stock
bare been extensive nitnln the. last: ten days,
and we ebow . a new and complete lice of
CHAMBER and PARLOR FURNITURE.
RA-TTAN end BRED CHAIR:, FOLDING
CUAXK8, in weiton, veive; and Tapestry;
Parlor Derts. Library Cases and Wardrobes.
We nave a large stock of common Fut nlture
wbtob we offer at dose prices.. We invite an
lospeouon 01 our siock. uespeciiaur,
THOMAH C. CRAFT, Asrenfc"
" Jan? 20 Bo. Front St
WILMINGTON, KrcVJsa 4,
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
exis log between tbe anderelgned, under
tne arm same ox uuuvjiaLiIs b. VA.aiifii&iu,
has been dissolved by mntnal consent. Mr.
A. R. Campbell assnmes the liabilities ot the
late Arm, and Is alone authorized to sitrn in
liquidation. ' JUHM CiULiVlLOK,
A. K. CAMPBELL.
A. R. CAMPBELL,
SUCCESSOR TO C01VIUE It CAMPBEU,
liUrubcr Commission Morcliant
y 401utt8t.ri:'t4": .
Ian 7 lw WILMINGTON, N. C.
A Word to the Wise is Suffi-
PIANO OR ORGAN 13 NOT A LUXU.
ry; they bjtye. become a cooosslty. If you
want a bargain go to HEIN3BEEQEE'3 LIVE
BOOK AND MU8IO, STORE. No matter
what anybody eayr. If you want to buy a
Piano, Square or Upright, or an Organ, go:
nm to inassBKKtiKtt'tj ani una out wnat
you on do. It will cost you nothing, and
you may save some money. All of our goods
are warranted for fire years, and are war
rrnted first class in every respect, tiee for
youree.r ana save money, a word to tne wise
Is BUfUclcnt Jan 7
mil , 1 I
Ox Tail Soup.
..."'!' - -
EADY FOR USE ON TABLE, CON VE
NIEKT TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND KCON-
- . 1
OHtCAL. h '
WE HAVE ALSO
v M . ' ; AND .!',.
Canned Tomatoes & Okra.
. Makes elegant Soup. Receipt for making
trolip thrown tar . ' v i
SUGAR CURED HAMS
FUGAn-CURKD ST8IP& tb SHOULDERS-
. . . 8 'r - - f f : ' ;
Xtl early before the rush. .-. -
P. L. BRIDGERS & 00.
HO North Front St.
FULL FLEDGED GOLDEN ! HAB-
v&ST. That's the kind of COOK STOVE
WE KEEP. They are a thing of Beauty and
Joy to EVERY HOUSEHOLD: Only soki by
PARKER A TAYLOR.
PURS WHITE OIL. . Jan 7"
CRATES APPLES ON HAND.
2 'Bbk. Assorted Apples, ..
Eggs, Chickens, Butter,
Beets, Turnips, etc, etc.
i At R McDOUGALL'S,
No. 14 Chestnut St. bet Front and Water
lacs Wilmington. N. tX
ALLONS FINE FAT OT8TERS tn hand
to day for our ChrUtcixs trade, and arrange
menu made tor a roil unppjy for tho balaocs
of tho week. W. B. Da. Via & Box,
szr Proprietors of tho only regular estab
IUbd flbry ia this sottioa. -r-,- dacjil
To Euildcra and others- Go to Jaco
rrt for Cosh, Dlinds end Doors, Glass,
3. Tea C23 pci all sL-.j. and at 11.3
' - I, ' l
: Monday; Evening, Jan. 14.
Hk JEFFERSON,. .. .as. . . .-OIi . AtllES"
la fehcrldin's Famcua Comedy of the
With tho following Great fsst
Mrs. John Drcw... .. as.... L... Ur Malapfop
Mr. Frederic EoMason as hit Act'ny AbSolme
Mr. R. L. Downing.... as... Captain Absolute
Mr ;CUaa. P unkeU.,..aa sir Lucius
Midi Rosa Hand. ...... .as. ...Lyflia Languish
Tlie advance sals of sata commences Ved
nesdar, Jan. 0, at Dyer's PxlccssParqnet e
and first two tows in Baliyny, Iteserred,
$1.50. Dress Circle and Balcony, Kweerre-J,
1. General Admission to. Balcony, Gal
lory, 25c. . Jan 7 71
Extraot of Witcji Hazol.
"TK OFFER THE ABOVE PREPABA
tion in Pint Bottles, as Doublo Distilled Ex
tract f Witch Hazel or nnmmamollo, at CO
conts per bottle.
A sale and speedy remedy ; for Brakes,
Strains, Burns, Scalds, Neuralgia, Pain, Plies,
Stings of Insects and many other ues, the ex
treme low price placing it within tbo reach of
eery family, j - '
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
i Druggists, Market Street.
I inest English Tooth Brushes 25 cents.
Jan l v -
Mott's Sausage Factory.
jJOTT'S feTKAM 8 AU3 AGE .FACTORY
is now completed and la ready to fill orders
for Fresh Pork Sausage, Smoked Sausage, Llv
er Pnddlng.Hog's Head Checso, Also.Bolog
na Sausage will be made the year round.
Orders by Expross C. O. . D. will be prompt
ly attended to. '
This la tbe largest and most complete Sans
age Factory South. Respectfully,
janltf W J. MOTT.
Don't Forget It.
rpHE OLD NORTJTI ?TATE SALOON has
on hand a fine lot of those IJORNE GARDEN
OFs'J EES stacked on ice. They f.ro the best
orougnt to tma mar set. can and try them
aiso, jeer, w mes, liquors ana . cigars.
t JAS. M. MoGOWAN & bON,
IJaal I No6,.fiouthFront St
Diaries for 1884.
T?ROM THE SMALLEST POCKET SIZES
TO THE LARGEST OFFICE 81Z123.
TURNER'S K. C. A LVt AN ACS.
BLUM'S FARMER'S AND PLANTER'S
j TlE LIVING CHURCH ANNUAL,
TVholosalo and retail, at
Jan 3 Lire Book and Music Stores
5 and 10 cents Cigars,
fs , Best in the city, are on sale.
Drurs and Medicinal preparations' of tbe
nrcest graae at
dec 3 I Drug and PrecrlptJon Store
The -Annual Meeting
f FTHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK OF WILMINGTON, N.C,
or the election of Directors, will be held at
their Banktojr House on Tuesday, the elxhth
ot January, ai.ii oxiock, -a., m..
dec23tdnac - Cashier
HATS & FEATHERS
. AT REDUCED PRICES. T
MRS. KATE C. WINES,
V. 11a jt FcAnd Street, nxt Post OCl',
" 'jan 5 L I- " -
Howard Relief Ffre Engine
Co. No.1. !
MONORAET AND ACTIVE MEMBERS :
, are hereby noticed to meet at your Kn
gtne House on Monday, January .7. at 19 80
o'clock, sharp, as tho election of oncers for
tho ensuing year will take place
By order ot tho Pre dent.
F. C. MILLER.
Jan 5- Roc. cty
rjtHE CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK
wines, liquor, roures,
. CIGARS, CANNED GOODS, Ac.
in the Store of S. P. COLLIER, No. 23 North
Front Street, will be sold at cost to close the
. . - j
assignment. The best opportunity ercr offer
ed to get a superior article cheap.
Callau't see, - "
JOHN JL TURRENTINE,
janilw . Asilgno
. , FIRST NATIONAL BANK . t
DIVIDEND Or THREE AND A HALF
rrco7!t.tsst-en declared by thdBr4of
I:--:urs cf U Bank, paTwi9 cn sr-Taitcr
U3ia tzit, A. UA?ALllin.
freta osx frl.fi a ay and a!l :iil)c-;
efieral.iaieref.ttnit' ' ' .--Iv. . - '
The caaaa cf tLe vmver tr.ntx :xy' M fa
6iah84t3th4iE4Uor. . . '
!Coric:ctlciUv!iit3Ti5i Us wrlr.w ca enl
one alle of. tie pscr.
rwTwnalUlca tntst be aroMM. . '
Aa4ttts epec4:Jy and rsrUiariy Vnt
stoo-l that tbo Etor docs not &JwT9 t Mtn
the tiews of ccrrcoadeivtj ua.:c to. ;i4C
la the o litoriil colusuu.
- Christmas ITovolties.
- - j i ' '
We do rot claim to h&TO
A GREATER VARIETY OR FiNUlt GOOU$
than an; one'clae. '
WE OXLY POUTELT A8K YOU TO CALL
' AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
dco 13 " .' ' " I Hfl Market t ,. .
Sportsman's (jpodc j
WEriiVE THE FlWE3T AS30RTMEXT
En?h Beldam Breech Loaders
oyer brongnt to this market. AboTtm
class stock of Shells, Waidlnr. Primers Cart,
ridge Bags. Gun Caps, GWbTJS "In
ShW2 n 8how Rto-k of Hardware. Good
goods and guarantee prices. TT
a W. J5. dPUINGER & CO..
Successors to John Dawson St Co
deo 31 19. n aBa 2t Market lSeet
piULL LINE AT
GILES A MURCHISOK'S,
dec 31 alarchi'on Block.
Apples! Apples I Apples I
QN CONSIGNMENT AND MUST BE SOLD.
N. Y. Baldwin Apples. Ohio Red Applea. N.
Butter, Va. Meal, car load or small order so.
iicited .j. . 1
' " E. G. BLAIR.
Oommisslon Merchant, 19 N. Second St.
dec 31 .. 1 .i1'-
bankrupt Bale of Boots
and Shoos, i; '
I have bought me entire Bankrnpt Btock 0
Dryfoos & Sternberger and. will close it out at
less than: ' "'H r'rv'M t-l.-M-i ;i ;
.. .. ' ', - J I-- .' i , I'
Manufacturer's Prices I
MThla stock is known far and wlds as the
HANDSOMEST and BEST SELECTED of
any in the city, and as the good 3 aro jrolng to
be sold very low for cash onlvit . will pay
purchasers to examine earoo beforo bnylnjr
elsewhere," ' i-
dec 12 . . . , a. DAVID.
' .' ' t . i,, . ; . .j , ,
lot of Velvet Lined CANTON STRAWS for
' :(, .-. - ,.--,1 -. . -I
School nats. also a largo lot of FELT n ATS
wldch wilt be fold at reasonable ptlees
Have lo ao?roplote Stock of . -
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
CnOCIIET SHAWLS and' FASCINATORS.
CAPS andSACQUES. All sizes, colors and
prices In "JERSKYS."
STAMPING and IfAfR CO!?IT .
- - - - ' mwmm w m eW tU(
sonable prioea. - j . 1.
MISS E. KaHRER.
dec 31 Exchange Corner.
H. C. Prempert
-pTSBSONALLT IN ATTENDANCE ail his
t asblonftble Shaving a nd Hair Dresslng Saloon
at No. 7 South Froot Street. jNono int the
best work done and the b?t! workmen em-
- -1 , ) "i
ployed. Give us a call. Jan 5-tf
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TO ALL OF OUB .
FRIENDS AND PATRONS I
- JACKSON fc BELL,
Printers and Binders.
jan 1 . - e .
James A. Lovroy,
XynEELWBIGHT. BLACKSMITH AND
General itcpslrcr, of Carriages aad Vehlclo.
Work of all kinds attended to without delay.
- . - . . . . , -i .
Thanking my friend for favors extended to
me tn the l ast, I solicit their kind favors and
I - ...... 1
their natrons artl la futnr A ft at an vrArl.
enre of forty -four years as a Slcchidoundrr
wpi it- ttoowii, or tvarresun, ana ia
Wilmlrgton, I am nuw prepared to conduct
tha work In all lta hranfh in a. riwl aiul
workmanlike manner. - j ' -- 1 -
Place of business, on PrincoiS, between 3rd
and ith streets. . norSOosw-tf
WILL 8 ELL AT A BARGAIN ONE of the
most 1 . ! I '
Desirable Summer Places
oa the A llxntlcs coast, annate on Greesvle
Sound, 6i miles from iTtlrnlngtOB, 03 theJ
EoaA The hnd Is la a HIGH STATE OF
CULTIVATION sni will support an ortaary
sized fanr.iir. On the tlce are Pears, reach
es. Apples. Cherries, FUs and lira pes IN
ABUNDANCE. Ovslers. IU. Crabs and
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