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.tcVltiTe,. a rented by the
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rrat mas-: box to play near
L wb cMtne accompaniment.
;f. D.iiaS"r!Md to order. .
vrhs. j, the nafurr witl our brethren
rMe W.e rri? The .Vctri and
J.-rituals of 'celebrating the ti
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Urx'j a. Iloanoke I!ind.M It it
j i: w in celebrate an crent which
refer rccurrrd.
Tienuuberof dirorce In Scotland
it iffrraslnz. The avtrai numberf
year subiuent to 184
For the Uloniag life years
,-A zz D?ceaib8r5l. 15t7. there was
aiersioli. Durinr 150 no fcwr
jst ! dcjreea were grante!.
f U t janei unJer Ihe Itivrr Mersey,
i: rooipltlcd. connecti IJirkenhead
rj IJrpooI. and ii about a mile in
cjUj. It U teuty sit feet in width,
iii i$ liacJ with brick and cenient. In
' fjitrpooi the tunucl fill be connecied
.l tbecoTerinf line of railroad.
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II r&rU (olice hive IiteJy apolted
laeaormosssjslemot fraud in ciara
by which JW-in thrw-centime cigars
lse sold a I Urania at seventy-
theuatiuei. Twenty thousand boxes
virreK.ved, and eiibt depot for sale
inr found. The jame ha lecn played
ur ouic tiaae.
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k tuli wjOer fish are reared ki every
Japanese farm where there is a iool cr
t ruok.with as much care as poultry are
i a Trench cottage yards. (Jirls eo in
iltttealazt with !onj wands to drive
lU Ch into roofed tanks, where they
are loekad in for the nfjght to kei them
fVo3i birdie! prey
VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C.V,; SATURDAY. JANUARY 19 1884.
NO. 17
- Hie register of Deeds issued seven A note to the editor of this paper
nurriaie licenses this week, lour of from Capt J. T. Patrick, Stale Immt-
whi h were for white and three for col
ored coup!c. !
IJr. Tntchard lectured in Lumber ton
on Wednesday night to a good house on
"Tbe Tongue," and preached at Shoo
Heel Ttinnday mjrht I
Show us the man who hasn't a cough
or a cold or a catarrh uow and well
Dointout to you the individual that
struck Billy Patterson. I
Rev J. B. Hawthorne, of Richmond.
Va-, arrived in the city last night and
is the guost of Air. George R. French,
Sr. He will preach at the First Bap
list Church to-morrnw morning and
at night.
The new edition of "How to Ship
issued by the Atlantic Coast Line, is
before us. It will bo furnished to ship
per on application at Mr Haas1 office
in Richmond or Mr. Emerson's office in
Wilmington.
We havelreceived the catalogue of
the Oxford Orphan Asylum lor the
current year, from which we learn that
the present number of orphans being
cared for at that institution is 182. of
which 03 are bdys and 69 are girls.
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At Inrinburg. on last Wednesday
evening. Miss Katie Maglenn, daughter
of Capt. James Maglenn. master me
chanic of the Carolina ! Central R. R..
was married to Mr. Wm. Joseph Ed
wards, Father McGinnity officiating.
Attention is invited to the advertise
ment of Messrs. Jas. JB. Huggins &
Co., as it appears in this issue. These
gentlemen have entirely refitted their
store and now invite attentiou to their
stock of family groceries, guaranteeing
satisfaction to al:.
OuriiiusIIy well-informed neighbor
oJ ihe .Win Observer speaks of
Jsil HaiuiUoa a James G. Blaine's
:itt. Wrong. Gail Hamilton is not
re all to Mr. B'.aine but is the cousin
of his wife Her real name is Abigail
Uipts Dode. and never having bad
another came oflVred her in exchange
tie picked oat one to anil herself and
hence "Giil Hamilton.''
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A correspondent of the Golds bo ro
Sli-tscugcr brinxs forward the name of
lion. R. R. Bridfers. President of (he
AL'aatic Coast Lice system, as a candU
d:ebr:cotuicstion as Governor of
.North Carolna-Tho corrrspondett
Fms very handsomely of Col.
Bridicra acd is doabllcss sincere la all
ae aaja but ai one man could not fill the
impositions we doubt U Col. Bridgers
w:d give op that he now holds to be
ctae Governor of the State.
LOCAL NEWS.
"8(1 Tl ItW ABVtmtEUEITt.
Jicxsox A Btu.-Job rrtatera
w Weiss ".teaxa Tacht Loalae
Umnmon. Tlxxto aaiOrxaiu
t " TATXfr-LeJxera, Joufoala, An
ITis. X DSSOSSET-Oaloa Seta
J w TULOt, Aital-Bjtfcaa, SlaU,' Ae
B Urocrss A Co Family Grooart
Bij's length 10 hours and 6 minutes.
The moon enters on its last quarter
aia tawalght.
"
icre were no interments in Bellemo
cgttery this week.
The rcceipu of cotton at this port to-
fxl CP IW bales.
There were no Interments in Oak
leaeterythU week.
Sanaei totaorew afternoon at 15
QlnaapaatS ockek.
Tureer's almantc promises ahean
Iroat for Monday morning.
,aJcciht wind grows
fd lU 8:rrcU re as bad as
i7 can be.
V!9 Wera Te:i inUrmenU in Piue
' !:aela during the week, four
wcro adali nJ three were
J L10kj m du lo "oo. ITbarton
tr',?' RPresentatire In Congress
Jtk;s district, for Important public
Oa aa4 aer Monday next the steam
5nnl ,Uwe wIU ltr WUmlngtoa for
fIU tt t:30 p.m.. Instead of 3
- .aa neretoibre.
Cotton.
The receipts of citton at this ! port
lor the weeking ending to-day foot op
1.82 bales, against 3 322 bales for the
corresponding week of last year, a de
crease this week j of M'JI bales. The
receipts of the crop y ear to date foot up
eo.uis bales against 93,593 bales to
same dale last year, a decrease this
year of 17,f50 bales.
Superior Court.
The attention of this tribunal was
occupied during the afternoon session
yesterday in hearing the argument of
Col D. K. McRae in the oase of F. J
Swann ct als. vs. L. A. Hart, J. C
Bailey ct als.
This morning Maj. I). J. Devane, fof
plaintiffs, made the closing argument,
which consumed the tiinejuntil the hour
of taking a recess at I o'clock this after
noon.
Miss Annie Pixlo3.
In speaking of this talented actress.
who will appear as M'liss. at the Opera
House on Monday night next. Joaquin
Miller, the author of the play, says:
There is another woman out of ihe
West who is still nearer tbe lop ot loo
ladder Annie rixlcy. In tact, she
stands above, and entirely at the head.
in her largo and mal popular line of
work. Rich, strangely-gifted, bcautts
ful beyond description, cultured, kind.
gentle as a ister of charity, this nappy
women has been my pride and admir
ation ever since she rose, lire years
affo. a full-blown star out of the West.
I doubt if there is another one woman
in America who ha, and deserves, too.
as many friends as Annie ruley.
Sudden Death.
Mr. James W. Johnson, one of the
oldest and most respected . citizens of
NewnaLorer county, residing about
twelve and half miles from the city,
la Cape Fear township, camp to Wil
mington yesterday morning on busi
ness. During tbe day he complained
to his friends of feeling unwell, when
they induced him to go Into the Scar
borough House to rest and take some
medicine. After a while Mr. Johnson
walked towards the rear of the building
and turning thero it was noticed that
be staggered when two of his friends
hastened and caught him as he was
tailing and one of them held the
sufferer's head upon his knee until be
had expired, which was in a few
minutes. The deceased complained, a
short time before his death, which oc
curred at abcut 4 p. m., of intense pain
in hisbreast which extended to his finger
ends.
Mr. Johnson lacked one month of
being 70 years ot age and survived his
wife only about three weeks. He was
In comfortable financial circumstances,
although the value of his property was
materially decreased by the results of
the war. Heart disease was the supposed
causa of death. Coroner Jacobs? wis
notified, but deemed an inquest un
necessary. . j
gration Agent, says that the "crofters1
from the Scotch island of Skye are to
sail tor North Carolina next Monday.
There will be, it is now learned. 300 in
the first party, iostcad of 150, as
previously reported. They will land at
Norfolk, and all will come to Richmond
county, in this Slate. 1
Exports Foreign
(Jcr. barque Lqdia Pcschatt, Bremcrs,
cleared to-day for Falmouth, Eng., for
orders, via Charleston. S. C, with GOO
barrels rosin, valued at $800, shipped
by Messrs. Alex. Sprunt & Son. Ger.
barque C. L. h'cycr, JFrencJc, cleared fof
Hamburg with 220 casks spirits tnrpen
tine and 3,116 barrels rosin, valued at
$3,005, shipped by Messrs. Paterson,
Downing & Co. ; making the total val
ue of expotts for the day $8,895.
Ordination Services.
Rev. L. T. Carroll was ordained at
Mt. Holly Baptist Church, Pender
county, yesterday (trmay; alter a pub
lie examination as to his Christian
experience, call to the ministry and
views of doctrine. Rev. Dr. Pritchard
preached the sermon on "Paul as ,the
Model Preacher." The charge was
delivered by Rev. W. M. Kennedy and
the ordaining pray er was offered by
Rev. J. B. Barlow. - Mr. Carroll grad
uated at Wake 'Forest College some
years ago.
Her. Dr. Hawthrono.
Rev. J. B. Hawthornc'D. D. pastor of
the First Baptist Church ot Richmond,
Va.. tbe largest Baptist Church in . the
South, will preach in the First Baptist
Church in this city to-morrow at' 11
n m on "Judas and his Imitators.'
Dr. Hawthorne declines to preach more
than once on account of a sore throat.
He is one of the iuost distinguished
pulpit orators oi the country, and those
who hear him may expect something
good ; -: ffy ;
Dr. Pritchard will preach at night,
tbe third of a series of sermons address
ed to young men. His theme will be
"InfidelitvX Testimony to Christian
ity." I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
JUST RE
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EIVED PER EXPRESS
A FULL LINE OF
Plain and Brocaded.
- In all the evening shades.
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These goods were purchased froiu a larc "Bankrupt Sale and will offer
them very much under the regular price 1 . " ,
A Gootl Joke.
Last night some communistic individ
uals who believed in a more equal dis
tribution of property, became possess
ed with the idea that the editoriaj
fraternity were having too niauy of th
good things of this world, and made a
tour of inspection to aatisiy themselves
on this point. They visited the store
room ot Mr. John Mclaurin, editor of
the Xorth Carolina Presbyterian, where
they adopted the equalizing process by
taking the flour, a ham aud several
other articles. There was a jug in the
room containing some wine, and they
flade a division by drinking the wine
and leaving him "the vessel, which was
eminently fair and satisfactory on their
part. These well-fed newspaper editors
must reflect that they have no right to
all the good things. What right has an
editor to flour when corn meal is cheap,
or to hams when shoulders would cost
but about half as 'much, or to wirfc
when corn whiskey is. abundant?
Ldpplncott's Masraziuc.
LippinwtCs for February opens with
a 'paper ou "Old Germantown." It
traces the early history of the town,
calls up its prominent figures and char
acteristics in tbe past, and describes the
existing relics. The illustrations are
finely executed.
"French Chateau Life, Past and
Present1 deals chiefly with the Breton
home of Madame de Sevigne, which
tbe writer has recently visited. Alfred
M. Williams, who has travelled extens
lively in the "Reservation," gives an
interesting description of "An Indian
Cattle Town. " Professor Horatio S.
White gives a very pleasing account of
"Pilgrimage to Sesenholm." "On a
Glass Roof," is an amusing description
of winter fishing in Vermont. Dr.
Oswald has a second paper on "Healthy
Homes," which is replete with valuable
suggestions. ;j
The second instalment ot "Sebia's
Tangled Web." is very animated. "A
Mental Masquerade,'1 is brightly writ-
ted and well constructed. " Explained,
Is a pathetic little ghost story; and
The Great Jigtown Failure.- is a
clever realistic sketch. The miscellane
ous departments are well filled, and tbe
Whole number is, as usual, "thoroughly
readable "
The Poor Ye have Always.
H. C. Flanders. SupL of the. Alms
House . Wear. ' N. H- certifies : "A
helpless, afflicted woman, ibed ridden
for five years, by tba use or the rreat
paiu-banlsher, St. Jacobs Oil. now ctts
from her bed and knits stockings." -
jan Is
JULIUS SAMSON,
111 MARKET STREET.
1 The Ilaalons.
The following is what the New York
Journal says of "Le Voyage en Suisse
The Windsor Theatre had a full
house last night. . There are few per
formances more calculated' to put the
pnblic In good humor than the Han
Ions' "Le Voyage En Suisse." It, is
not diluted fun, but a nervous, restless,
active piece of drollery, in which the
acrobatic and pantomimic are curiously
combined. It recalls the old feats jot
the Ravels, and since them we have had
nothing of the class that is so good as
the performance of the Hanlons. For
Ealeigh Kegister.-
JgARLY IN FEBRUARf as boou as . tkc
printers receive the Inecessary material the
SublicaUon of the RALEIGH REGISTER, a
orth Carolina Democratic newspaper, will
be commenced. '
The Registek wiU be printed weekly until
the great political campaign of l SS4 begins. J t
will then be issued twice a week, or as often
as may be useful or necessary to the Demo
cratic party In North Carolina. It will be
printed from new and beautiful type on goo 3
white paper, and though it mav not be large
enough to hold all at once all the good things
that glowing prospectuses sometimes promise,
yet the application of a thorough knowledge
or how to use them will put into its thirty-
two Droau columns ail (the news, much gootl
a popular audience there are not many reading, and a complete history of what is
Kr far thin (ro I- - ! none ii-Aort)i cardinal Mr llaiewin be edi-
The price of the Register will be $2 a year.
$1 for six months. Pay for your home paper,
ami men remit lor tne register, xnosewne
remit $2 to this oilice will receive as apreml
When others are suffering, drop a
word of kindness and sympathy. If
they are suffering from a cold,' give
them Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; a few
doses of this valuable remedy will af
ford instant relief, and a twenty-five
cent bottle will cure the worst cough.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BLOCKS, SLABS, &c.
gKND YOUK OKDKUS FUR
. R LOCKS, SLABS & STRIPS, to
J. W. TAYLOR, Agent,
jan 19-lt Harrison Stoam Saw Mills.
laeiallniereattmt : c
The nama of the wrnewaxut always be fa
laaea to-the EdRoT.;
Comannlcauona mut be written le on I
oselJe of the paper.
rsrsonauuesniistbe aroldL !
And It la eapeclally and . particularly v4
stood that the Editor doea not ahrayeendoi
the Ytcwaof correspondent nnleu1 o aUU
In the editorial columna.
MISCELLANEOUS 7i
OPERA HOUSE,
One Night OnlTiiAltHu
s - . !,. 1 Jti ,-
iKngagcmcht of the Charming joun Comcdl
I enne aud Uotcral rarorito . i '
ANNIE PIXLEY,
Supported by Mr. FRANK LOSEJ5 and her
own laicnca company in I ho etcr
lpuiar piay.
Child of the Sierras !
is Pixlcyinthc title role, 1 which a
ntroducc many New. Sonra. Dance ki
cy. Salo ot daU. conmencca Friday,
mil,-at Dycr'a. Rcacrved, Scate $1.
ral Adratalon T5c, f-Oc. Gallery 35cJ
MIrs Pixlcv in the lllta ml i hi)i k.
will Introduce many New. Songs. Dance and
Jan.
Ucncral Atimlnlnn T.v rv :i!MM
. r z - w. u.nv .
jan 17-St
OPERA HOUSE
One Night Only!
TIT !! A V
JANUAUY 12.
THE HANLQNS I
And their English-French Comedians In
Le Voyage .En Suisse !
The Cheeriest, Brightest and moat Joyon
1 Comic Creation of the Present BUm.
FUN, MIRTH and MUSIC In IIABMOMOUS
I . BLENDING ! I 1 -
Splendid Scenery ! 8tartMagActton !
Tni5 RAILROAD EXPLOSlpM !
One of the most Wonderful and Startling
Eflfcrts ever produced on any plaice.
Seats at Dyer'a Reserved $1. Admission CV,
Me. Gallery 21c.
ja 17 4t
Lime! Lime!
Steam Yacht Louise.
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMER
for Smlthvlllc dally. ' ttates low and accom-
moriAttona Hn. The T.CHTISK la a n Imot
and is guaranteed safe. Will leave Smithvilh)
ft A. f Tmva Wllmtnirlun n 3nn'lnnL- T nr
ir I . f . . -v r- i -
jian loot oi woe street.
WM. WEEKS.
jan 10 ..-, . A rent and Owner. I
JAS. B. HUGGIJfS & CO.
OLD STAND-MARKET STREET.
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Invite attention to their stock of
Family Grocery Supplies,
and solicit patronage-
Everything sold on 'the' principle of "Lire
and Let live," with a guarantee of satisfac
tion to purchasers.
J" Goods delivered promptly and free of
charge jan 19-tf
Printing & Binding !
Our f'ricuda will please remember us when
in need of anything in our line, whether
Printing, Ruling or, Binding,
Im same will be douc with promptness) and
satisfaction guaranteed.
We desire to call attention of thofce who
have never favored us with their patronage,
to the fact that ours is the best equipped
establishment in the city, and none but com
petent and skilled workmen employed.
JACKSON & HELL.
Jau 1?
Apples ! Apples I Apples I
r"VN CONSIGNMENT AND MUST BE SOLD.
N. Y. Baldwin Apples. Ohio Red AppIch. N.
Y. Creamery Butt r, N. C. Roll Bntter. Ohio
Batter, Va. Meal, car load or small order so
licited.
K. O. BLAIR,
Commisalou Merchant, 1! N. Second St.
dec 31
and then remit for the Register. Those who
urn either volume ordered of M Hale's Indus
trial Series." two volumes arc now ready
The Woods axi Timbeks of North Car
olina Curtis'. XEnimons' and Kerr's lie
tauical Repor-s ; supplemented by accurate
Comity Reportsof Standing Forests anil 11
lustraied by an excellent Map of the State,
l volume, iJrao. Cloth, "ZtA pp. ?i.v..
Industries of North Carolina Tx tiii
Coal and Iron Counties. Emmons',
Kerr's. JLaidlev's. Wilkes, and tbe Census
Reports; supplemented by full and accurate
sketches of the Fifty -six Counties and Map
or tne state, i volume rzmo. motn. 4.'o pp4
jan 18 Raleigh, N. C
3
'(SO BARRELS
I FRESH RoJjKPOI
ORDERS S
T LIME,
SOW LANDING.
)LICfTKD.
y()RTlf & WORTH.
j.t'.i j.i i
For Sale.
on4
jan lfi-lt
SPLIT pisv: w
For a!e low by
TAS. II. ClIADPOURN A Cl
Finest Oysters I
EST WHISKEY AND BEST FIVE Cent
Cigars in the citv, can bo bought at the OLD
North state saloon, a so. Front At
Give a Tar Heel a living show. i i
Ian ; i ' i;- I i
1,000 Hhds
DRIME PORTO RICO MOLASSES
JL landed direct from tlic Island, which we
offer to the trade at prices to! suit the times .
We guarantee this Molasses pure. j ;
jan 0 tf
EDWARD KIDDER & SON.
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VVJLIi r LEASE CALL AND SEE THE
; I.
LARGli STOCK OF
Li
FUftGELL HOUSE.
JJNDEB NEW MANAGEMENT, 4
, . - . - W ILM INGTONy N, G
B. L. PERRY, Froprlctor.
Late Proprietor Atlantic HoteL FIrat-Clasa
tnaillU appoliitiimitU. Trmi t2. li t fZ.O0a
WOOD I WOOD !t
'J FEW CORDS OF KO. 1 SPLIT OAK,
Aaii, Black Jack and Pine,' fall length and
well seasoned, fok sale cheap, just to keep
i
our drays at work. A FULL LOAD EVERY
i
TIME. W. E. DAVIS A SON.
Ian 17 I
Xider and Cider Vinegar.
JJOTH VERY NICE INDEED, !
AND VERY CHEAP.
i
Retail and Wholesale In limited quantities.
Also, Applet. At
K. MCUOUUAL.I5.
No. 14 Cheatnot St, bet. Front and Water
ian 16 i WTlmlncton. N. C
Dyed."
A t uoNJLCR'shc coNDsrnrirr.be-
tweem Market and Princess, LdJee and Gen
Uemcat'a foda ot every deaerlption, any color.
Alao, cleaaiat', ecoorlnf and bleaching. Semi
me a pair of rnr old Kid Glove.
dov 2 if s
AND MADE UP
LACE GOODS.
I- :
THE TKICESJARE SO AS TO SUIT EVERY-
!
BODY AND MAKE QUICK SALE.
OXTjR motto
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS ', '. !
AT
TAYLOR'S
BAZAAR
US Market St.
jan 17 WILMINGTON, N. C
Special InducementSa
J" AM OFFERING A SPECIAL INDUCE-
mcnt in ZEPHYRS, having a very large lot of
It, and wishing to reduce stock before Spring,
I will sell all colors at 11c and black and while
at 10 cents per ounce, FOR CASH. A nice lot
of Handkerchiefs, Llncn'and Silk, I will sell at
reasonable prices and stvnp initials free of
charge. .. - I
Chrochct Goods, such ai Shawls, Fascina
te re, Caps, Sacqucs. &o at low pilce.
Hats trimmed and untrimraed as ! low as can
lc bought anywhere, and a large stock, to
select from.
Respectfully,
MISS E. KARRER;
jan JO
Exchange Corner;
TEA FIGURATIONS.
""I ALT IT BY ANY NAME YOU PLEASE,
THE WHOLESALE
SLAUGHTER SALE
THE
NjW GOING ON AT SHRIEK'S IS
MOST PRODIGIOUS EX AMPLE Off WHAT
i
GOOD CLOTHING CAN BE 31 AN U FAG
TTJRED AND SOLD FOR. WE CANNOT
I
AFFORD TO HOLD A GARMENT OVER TO
BE THROWN UP TO US AS "OLD STOCK"
NEXT YEAR, SO I AM DETERMINED TO
CLOSE MY ENTIRE FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHiNG
Less than New York Cost !
WITH THRIVE-FOURTHS OF THE WIN-
TER STILL TO C03IE THE OPPORTUNITY
TO SECURE SUCH GARMENTS AS WE ARE
OFFERING AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES,
MUST COMMAND UNIVERSAL ATTkN-
I' - . -
TION. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY WIN
TER CLOTHING FOR NEXT WINTER'S
USE. . ! ' "
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Jan 16
RELIABLE CLOTIIIEB, f
.. 111 MARKET ST.
Pianos and Organs, '
JJADE BY THE MOST CELEBRATED
Slanufaclurer, endorsed by the leading and
emtneat pianists of the day, and warranted
not to blister md peel oft lii two or three
. i r
month?; but arc guaranteed to resist the at.
iuo-phcric change of the South equally aa
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well as any Piano or Organ made, and to Im
prove In quality of tone by use! j
Call nnd examine tbec famous Instrumental
jan H
At . HELNSBERGER'S,
Live Book and Mualo 8torea
Onion Sets, White and Red.
A FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED.
1.
Aio, a fall assortment of
FRESH GARDEN SEED,
PATENT MEDICINES,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
i ' I ' 1 i
CIGAR j In great variety, As , Ac.
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
u
Ntw Drug SU)re, - j j
Market and Seend StrU.
Ledgers, Journals, Days,
JJLANK BOOKS OF ALL SIZES AND
Styles of Binding. , i
! I - - II
Mcnjorandnm BMk. Letter Books. InvoU e
Bxka, Receipt Booka. '
l 1 .
LUhograpbed Draft. Note and Cjcrk RookF.
in stock and made to order. i -
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All kiada ofJOOico and Fancy Sttlonery.
, i I
Wrapping Paper and Parer Baga, ,Twlae,
. at tone at market price. ;
YATES BOOK 8T02E.
119 Market Street
    

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