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W ILMINGTON. N: C, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1884. NO. 20
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Mup Baas. & DBR058CT Onion Pm
Another heavy frost UiU moiolnx.
1. '. '. Personal!
:'. Capt; A. A. iiowley, who has bea
con Seed to bis bouse on Topsali Sound
for lbs last tbreo weeks' with a severe
attack of icknej, which for a portion
ot the time was considered extremely
critical, has bo far recovered as to be
able to be out. . lie was la the .city to-
' ' TLZAZ? TOXICA. '
j trwJ oar lrto2a oa aay aaJ a!l secti
Baerllatenttwt ".'
m Tht loiae ot writer mxai itvriyiv ru
to tiw Bfito.-" -.; ,.rf p -,
me eld? ot the paper. r :
- PersonWtle atut Too avoid!.
I Aat KU eapodally aa4. rartteulati
tooataatthorditordoe. ot alwtysrtdt
tbeTlewsof correspoaOentt xaitu so ittu
lathe editorial cohuaaa. 1 T i - i
STONEWALL JACKSON.
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Ue Was . Certainly Wo untied
Alter Dark Cap t. Kleliard
son's Testimony.
WurTETiLLE, IN. G , Jan. 18, 1834.
EDiToa:DAiiv Review . . ' :
As rauca nas been said and written
bo-.tles Ur
. ..i- ...VtV-'.2 t the
live in J HP:
recently about tho Avpundinc of (Jeneral
Tbo receipts of cottou at this port to- day. but. although much improved In Stonewall Jackson, as I was present
. oay Tvt op 3 pau?i. 1 .; oui of place for mo to testify as to tha
. w. w . -i - .1. :U. XlKnHn thn iSH
i'aris 1 fxQvr q the attacspheru.
! InsL. x-GoTcrnor Win. Cumback. oi
-2 i TtTo -6ne entertain men ts for theatre ludiana. wilMccturo inthi3 city under
, xfaVe. tb Gamunit. goer aro promised next week. the auipices of the Library ABsociatioo.
'n!.5n her tirue in writ- J Am TZTZZTTZTZZZTu. ! The lecture will be bnmorous in . its
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: . - ci ?! Irea stone?.
CcrDtcy bis 1S1 theatres aud otarly hardly ceceasary.
Xl5:i: auJ W Mejers
as makes the wearing of au overcoat I character, the aubjeot .bclog The piaar0ad,Tor the purpose of makln
Invisible Some Tcople.t' The speaker
will be introduced to the audieoco v by
oysters como tn slowly UoQt Km M. Waddeil. of thlscity.
and cannot be bouKbt for iics than a
tiaap'.ou tcow-sbfC traveler :n
v-JiKark, CoioraJo. effira to be.
w,Ui trarr: fifty niU- in tto
idoiUrasaUoQ.
Ia. l!an-iti,r Lausdowiw tries to
ai favur oi the Canadians by de
oirlcjthat L er hK write a book
Iuxai Holloway. the Eojlish pill
Biitr. '.ei: an eatate rained at $25,000,
K0.ar.J UiJft'l litwOhl U charita-
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SstaUr Carlisle has accepted an
iatUia from the New York Free
Tri Cab to their annual dinner.
hh wK (axmt eirly iu February.
Cai-t. Sla. clUf of t!o London fite
r.riaJ?, ii Leea stodjin at B-rlia
'J gzfrCn il tieatre anangemcot In-
ira!sceJ lUro after the disaster at the
Ejsi Theatre.
XjIhi a number than elht flraUclasa
suazulipaire posted on the Castle
GinJo bu!le:la boards as delayed and
ciaj anxioos Inqalrlea are dally made
tj (rxruU of expected Immigrant
la New York 7.S0S signs. 1.103 slzns
oa drop awnings. 63b woouq Indiaos.
3JL33 exhibits ot rooda. 1.T34 show ca
VVtaoA,S3 1 coal boxes, and 1.3&S
awnlari were licensed to obstruct the
Tbero arv an unusual number of peo
ple from the North in the city, add thoy
are arriving and departing by almost
every train. t
The postoCico at Moore's Creek has
been d:scontinued, temporarily, it Is
j hoped, and mail matter ior parties in
that section should ba uddrc? to Point
Caswell.
Miaaitr Mapleson claims to have
Mcartd "a:i sorts ot a tenor" for bis
&ui vasoo in tbe person of SIgnor
Aq&j. who U at prtnt singing in
iltrtna, where ha has created a decld-nlseniilion.
ELOtera ihoutand emplojees of the
New York Central acd Hr.doa Hirer
Railroad hare re wired notice of dis
tarr. In cruVrto eninomlre in the
raam eg expea..
lark bns.'ceitf.
la conseiutnce' of
Tr.r lodisa population ot the coun
try iucreasicg intead of dimlaishing,
tz-i the laad allotted already is not of
isicieot quality aod'aaulity. Until
ste Indians are taught to take caro of
:6crulves the (iovcrnnitfot will be in a
juasdary.
- -ThcTe
is a story o! a wise monarch
ooataiat-il ia written histories. Two of
auccartdita! had a dispute as to
Tfcedeaco. The king looked kindly,
azd said. "Let the oldest go firsV and
its damsels embraced and wrnt loeth
r H:b entwined arms.
fte Mlowiogaca Lave, uu the au
sterity of skilled arborldltcrlf af, beca
t-taicedby tries: Yew, 3.200 years;
;babcrtia,3.000;cdar.-2.000;oak,
V;irrece. 100; UmeTl. ICQ; OrfcuUl
Fus, i.ooo; walnut. 600; oltrw.and
fjrrfts. orsn;e. 630; -tattle, 500;
Mf. Liagtry wears black lace about
tec k. to avoid paying any greater
ualag bills than she can avoid. In
apUlaiiba of the custom, t bo other
eb txld the unt thing:' which
Juck hcrror to fordga Udica la com
bIflthhc5irf was the bill of tho
teedftr-.
The second -white shad caught at Col.
Moore's fishery this season was cap
tured this morning and brought up to
the city oa tho steamer Louise jTbe
first waa "caught ou Friday last
Scbr. Jama Yoiuvj. Liuikin. cleared
Uday for PomtaPitre, (iattdaluupc.
with IW.08-3 feet lumber and 114.800
shingles, rained at $1,604.61. shipped
by Messrs. E. Kidder & Son.
Mr. Harry A. Lee, Uus uess Agent of
the ''Bunch o'KoysM Company, which
Is booked to appear at tho Ooera Honse
on the nUht of tho 3 1st inst., is in the
city to-day making the necessary pre
parations for the appearance of that
troupe.
Our friend of tha quill, Mr. K. A.
Oldham, of tho Winston Sentinel and
Raleigh Stats Chronicle, paid us a brief
Tlslt jeeterday evening. He was in
good health and speaks In glowing
terms of his new homo and its sur
roundings. 1
We publish elsewhere a card from
Mr. Alex. Oldham who claims that we
Incorrectly represented him in the re
port of the Court proceedings published
by ns yesterday. We can only say that
tbe information furnished us came in
an official shape from an officer ot the
Court. 1
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Interesting to Fishermen : The cele
brated "FIslT Brand Oilling thread is
told enly at JacobKs. He Is tbe Ira.
porter's Agent. j t
From Srultbvlllo.
Tbero are lively times at Smilhville
about these days so far -as the matri
monial market; is concerned. There
was a runaway marriage in that town
yetlerday; there is to be a wedding
after the regulatuou pattern there tc
night, and tbero is to be another of the
same kind oa Sunday next.
A Sad Case.
Mr Hubert Moore, who was at one
times member ot the police force ol
this city, waa taken a few! dayf. since
with au affliction which was thought
llben to be a severe attack of rbeomat
tlsm. Since then he has been conCned
to bis house, which is on Fourth street,
in tbe Northern section ol tho city, and
within tho last day or two it has been
decided that his affliction is paralysie.
Ue is bolpless. is a very worthy man,
and has alargo family dopendent upon
him for support. His condition appeals
strongly to tbe kind offices of the bene
volent, and wo hope that he may not be
forgotten.
Gainful Accident.
Armistcd Capehart. a younc pupil ol
Prof. Catlett's Capo Fear Academy,
while practicing Yesterday- afternoon on
the gyuiaasmui receutly added to that
ittititutiou, had the misfortune .to lose
hlt hold and' was thrown violently to
the ground, by which bis . left forearm
was broken and his right arm seriously
sprained. Proper tairsical assistance
was promptly rendered, and the young
mau was on the streets to-day bearing
bis misfortnne with philosophical iudif
ence.
City Court.
Ttio first cas3 for tho Mayor's consid
eration this morning' was Capitola
Browu."co!ored, charged with-disorderly
conduct. Sho was found guilty and a
fine of $5 was 'imposed and she put
under a bond of $50 for her appearance
before the City Conrt at 0 o'clock a.m.
on tho 25th inst.
Mary J. Jordan, colored, aud an old
offender, was oharged . with disorderly
conduct in the vicinity of the postoffico
last night. She was found guilty and a
fine of $5 was imposed, in default o
which 6he was sent below.
A Sliad-ov.
Fishermen inform us that owing to
several causes, among which i cold
weather, storms and freshets are tbe
principal, there is qulto "ev scarcity of
fish for the supply of the market a1
present. In this connection it is proper
to state that Messrs W. . Davis &
Son are making extensive preparations
to supply the market with shad when
they shall make their appearance in
sufficient quantities. The indications
now are that, as soon as the freshet
subsides, these delicious fish will push
thoir way up the Cape Fear and Us
tributaries. There is hardly a sbad-ow
of doubt that they will he here before
long. ' .V
Caut A. 1L H.-tToIar and - our much
esteemed and gallant Brigadier General
James H. Liue, as I have read them
ic ihe Daily Review.
As stated by. Gen., Lane, our regi
ment, the; I8ih North Carolina, had
taken. lU position on. the left ot tho
The IJaaloiiei.
All the scenery for the presentation
of "Le Voyage en Suisse'1 has .arrived,
and the' perform anco will come off to
night without fail. The management
deserve well of our people oa account of
their willingness to lose such an amount
ol time aud money in order to give a
perfect and complete show.. Tho sceuery
is splendid and tbe.entertainment is one
of the most laughable ever eeu , while
lbere is nothing j to oUend the. most
sensitive delicacy. Good, hearty, inno
cent fun there Is in plenty, and those
who like to indulge In a good laugh will
find an abundant opportunity. Give
them a good house, and go prepared to
laugh until yonr sides ache.
a rrightaUack,'.forit was then dark.
when we heard tho unng of musketry
in our front followcdby the rapid ap
proach of cavalry, as wo thought. The
order was given to Gro.v which was
obeyed by the men of that gallant old
regismeut, who little dreamed that they
were giving the death wound to their
muoh beloved commander; he who had
led thorn so often to - victory. It was
not until they were sufficiently uear to
bo seen by tho flash of the ,mus
ketrv lire and for the command
cease firing! You aro luring upon your
owu men," to bo heard, that we fcnew
not but that wo were dealing death to
out1 enem5", but alas lvwe were not. for
bv the lisht of the muskets 'could bo
seen the gallant Hill and other' ! Coh
federate omcers endeavoring to stop
thefirinz of our-regiment. At las
quiet was restored .when Geu. A. P.
HIil asked. "What regiment is this?" A
reply came from some one, "The 18th
K. C." He then euhuired hastily.
' Who commands it?" I informed him.,
"Col. Purdie." Almost at tho same
moment ho was met by1 that gallant
officer; They had a converstatton, but
what rawed between them I do not
know. While they wore not far from
mo, I stepped to the front a few paces ;
there I found several persons witu
dim light around tho body ot an officer
of tbe party whoso name I do not j re
member, who was killed at the same
time and who I believe belonged to the
Comissary or Quartermaster's depart
ment. Col. Fnrdie and ben. mil
separated aud I was at onco informed
by Col. Purdio that we had wounded
General Jackson, but to Bay nothing
about It to the men. as fie feared it
would have a demoralizing effect
There Is no doubt that the 18ih N. C
Rest, save Gtn. Jackson his wound
and that it was between 8 and 0 o'clock
at night.
There is an incident which I desire to
mention. About twilight, while our
brigade was uoon tbe plankroad before
forming in line of battle, Gen. J ackson
passed along the edge of the plankroad
in the direction of tue enemy, and as
was always the case the men cheered
him as he passed and that grand old
commander, flushed with the victory
of the evening, took oil his hat in recog
nition of their salutation, and never
looked grander. I Tho regiment that
was then making that wilderness ring
with their cheers for him little thought
that they were destined in a few hours
to take tbe life of an idolized officer, one
ho had their affections and confidence.
and the admiration of the world. Thus
It waa that the last cheer received by him
on tbe battle field was from the i men
of the regiment vho in a short while
afterward inflicted upon him his mor
tal wonnd. . - :! .. .
Respectful'y, i
. V . V. Rich a kdson.
. liO WDEX-Departed tbU life owwednw
diy. January 23rd, Mr. LUCV HTGGINS
BOWDEN, wife of Mr. WillanrN. Bowden,
of t clarity.
. . f mor beautiful Christian 'character, re
tiring and lowly, like a modest flower, exhal
ing the fragrance of Heaven, U seldom aeea
on earths She waa ever noted for twcetnru
of temper. klndncM of heart, amiability of dis
poaltlon, gentlcneaa of manners, which were,
equaled onlv by tho loveliness of her conntc-!
nance and the beauty of her person. In erly
youth sbe publicly consecrated hcroeH to
Christ. The daughter of a Methodist Minis,
tor, 6he preferred the uhnrch to which her
parcnta were so firmly and fonJly attached,
and adorned the Goepel of our? Lord Jesus
Christ by a godly, walk aad conversation.
Her patient endurance of her protracted and
manifold sufferings commends box cramplo t
all Christians, and will be a p redone memory
to her bereaved husband, herurviviajr child
ren and their toirye circle of sympathizing
friendp. - r ., .
MOn earth , there is a still whl;c form ,
In the quiet sleep ot tbe dcad,
- Calmlv watting, with folded bands
To bo laid in her narrow bed.
"I o ilo&vcn, amid tho angel bands J -A
radiant face beams in God's choir.
-A palm of victory. In tbo beautiful bands,
. They now strike a golden lyre." I " "
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Le Capt. Co. C, 18th N. C. Regiment
A Card.
Mn. Editor RaviEW : Please
do
Superior Court.
Ia thecasoofthe-Stauon relatiou ot
Isabella
waa on
Wits Terry was heaortd io a novel
ty at tha 6:orrs banket la honor of
lr. Irrjc iQ cbloaro. The Ubles
3jrelathe shape of her Initial letter
. the floral decoratioas presented a
aaaUrcl T.aod a huge TM made
td rue, wu lent from tbe banquet
totha actrtsi at her hml. Th
ixaj ibeqM have bera made op of 1
TU!ra. ;
ceed a real xwd jCm ciasa
stove, don't Call to ifri Ex
ln.. 2eb. Vaocw and N'ew
anaW. brides others. They ara to
Lod u factory fricos at JACoai'a.
u theatacfactgrera agent, f
XUrtctipUol cotton al this port
tt-dsy tsctnpibaln.
James Baker and wife vs.
Freeman, executrix; which
trial yesterday when our report closed.
all the Issues were fouud in favor of
tho defendant. The caso for tbo plain
tiffs was conducted by Messrs DuBrutz
Cutlar and E. S. Martin, and for the
defendant by Meir McRaeoz Strange
and Major D. J. Devane
To-day tbo altention ut thu Court has
been engaged tn hearing the case of J.
E. Gadsby vs. Johu Dyer and wife,
which was on trial when our report
closed. The plaintilTs counsel were
Messrs McRaa & Strange, J.-D. Bella
my and J. I. Macks. The defendants
werereprcWnted by Motsrs Russell &
Ricaud. , r ,
For Para White Lead Paiatf. and
Mggtst stock of Window Glars' and
lowest prices for good articles, bs ear
to co to Jacobl's Hardware Depot. t
LastNiffLit's Lecture.
Uuv. Dr. Hawthorne delivered his
lecture upon "Eminent Orators, An
cient and Modern," last night. It was
more largely attended than was his
lecture bf Monday night, and it is to be
regretted that tho hall was not crowded
to its utmost capacity. . Tbo subject
was one with which the speaker was
entirely familiar from ioug add patient
study and research, lie spoke of tbe
power of oratory with the power of an
orator, and illustrated his subject by
sketches of some of the great orators,
both ancient and modern, who have
startled the world by their eloquence.
Ron. William L. Yancey, of Alabama,
was, in the opinion of tho speaker, the
greatest orator this country had ever
produced. To others be gave a high
position, but all were inferior to tbe
distinguished Aiabamian.
The lecture was carefully prepared,
and was delivered in a manner which
placed the speaker In au eminent posi
Lion among tha orators of tbo ago. I1
was listened to with profound ialtrest
and delight, marred only by tbe re
gret that the audlenco was so small.
The coming holidays will be more
generally observed than any for many
years, and we would remind oar. read
ers that a bottla ot Tr. Ball's Coogb
Eyrup will proT a. most acceptable
holiday presaau j
mo as well as the public a favor by cor
recting vonr statement in regard to the
disposal of the case of Alex Old ham, vs.,
First National Batik and E. E. Burrass.
Thonfacts are thse: -The plaintiffs were
allowed- on Monday- to amend their
complaint and oa Tuesday the defence
requested to be allowed, to withdraw
tho jury and to continue the case." -We
did not expect nor desire any continu
ance but to go on in the .case until, a
final bearing. You will please do me
tho justice as welt as the public. the ben
efit of these facts as your statement is
calculated to mislead and do me an in
jure my in ray eitise;
i lours itespectiuiiy.
i - Alev. Oldham.
! W.lmington. N.C.. Jan.. 23rd 184.
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Silver Plated Spoons, Forks and
Knives of best quality, and at manu
facturer's prices.'can be found at Ja
cobi's Hardware Depot. t
NEW APVERTISEIMUSyTS.
Yellow, White and Red
Onion- Sot& '
GORJ. YZAS, BEANS. &c, DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines and aey
Articles. Prescriptions filled at any time,
day and ntgbt, at
l G. MILLEH'S Drue 6 tore,
dec 23 324 South Fourth, Cerctr Sun st
Pure Whiskey,
LP "OBTU STATE SALOOK. 6 Bouth
MISCELLANEOTJS
JUST OPENED I
116 Market Ct.
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FfeENOH nainsooks;
Victoria and Persian : Lawnsi
Pique, Marseilles, Checks,
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Front St, keep on hand Clemmer'a Pure Ett
Whiskey, (no flavored etnff) Pie Mo Whiakey,
very fine. As good -FlVhi CTS ClQAKb
as the marfcet afford Finest OY6T1SBS
from New Biver. Don't wac; a tortnne at
once. Ko headaches there. ' 5a& 33
Blank Books.
JpAPEK AND ENVELOPES,
IKS, TrfB VERT BEST,
BLACK AND RED,
ALL KINDS OK j
PLAIN AND FANCY
OFFICE STATIONERY,
ALMANACS AND DIARIES FOR '?&1.
For sale very oheap at i
HEINSBERGER'S,
jan 23 Live Book and Music Store
20,000 Yardoi
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EMBROIDER IES 1
Cider ! Cider ! Cider I
,1
TURE, APPLE CIDER,
O 35S 13,
A FULL ASSORTMENT IN ALL
STYLK3 AND DESIGNS.
NEW
BALANCE OF
GOODS
JUST FROM THE PRESS ! j
Call and leave yonr orders and Jugs t
R. McDOUGALL'S,
No. 14 Chestnut St, bet Front and Water
Ian 22 WUmlnston. N. C.
WINTER
SELLING OUT VERY CHEAP,
! TO MAKE ROOM FOB
&PRITJC
Onion Sets, White and Red.
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A FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED.
Also, a foil assortment of i
FRESH GARDEN SEED,
PATENT MEDICINES,
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FAN;CY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
CIGARS lu jfreat vailety, Ac, Ac.
STOOK.
El. ill. ICATZ'J
116 Market St!
jan 21 - j
WILL NEVER TOBGET
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
JanU
New Drug store,
Market and Second Streets,
THERE ARE PARTIES WHO ABE AND
hare been taking adrantaga of! the bartalns
to be had from. 8HRIKR'S. The SolU and
Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children that
PRIME PORTO RICO MOLASSES JU8T j "0"HS B""8rerea at me lowered flgures
landed direct from the Tsland. which we I ; 1 L ....
offer to thetrade at-prices to suit the times. u7 me jow material ror. itu
we guarantee tnis aioiaesea pure, onr fl!m .,, ,nt 'Mnn tft .
-VMva rw vkwj vut) mi T WKi
1,000 Hhcfs
jan 9 tf
EDWARD KIDDER A SON.
Goods beforo our j mammoth stock of Spring
W. & E. S. LATIMER, Clothing commences coming in, l and will
Attorneys-at-Law.
Office S. E. Cpr. Princess and Water Ste.
Jan 7'lm
Apples ! Apples I, Apples !
AK CONSIGNMENT AND MUSTEK SOLD.
N. Y. Baldwin Apples. Ohio Red Apples. N.
Y. Creamery Butt r. N. O. Roll Butter. Ohio
untter, va. ieni, car ioaa or email orner so
Urtted. r.
E. G. BLAIR.
Commloeilou Merchant. 19 N. Second St.
dec 31 '
PUfiOELIr HOUSE.
TTNRR SEW MANAGEMENT,
For Saturday.
SEEDED POULTRY, DUPLIN COUNTY
.-SAGE AND LIVER PUDDING. N. C.
Sides and a fuU stock ot Choice Family Gro
ceries. Prices reasonable RospoctfuJly.
A. W. RIVENBABK,
The Lire Grocer and Produce Com. Mer
I chant 114 North Water St., Wilmington. N.C.
jnall I '
SELLIfJC OUT I
m all It aupotntmftnu.
WILMTNGTON, N. C
Topnetor.
o HoteL Flrst-Cli
B. L. PERRY. Proprietor.
Late Proprietor Atlantic HbteL Flrst-Claas
WOOD ! WOOD !
FEW CORDS OF NO., 1 SPLIT OAK,
Asia, Black Jack and Pine, full length and
HATS & FEATHERS
AT REDUCED" PRICES,
MRS. KATE C. WTNBS,
Vtiw 1 ta H Booowi atrcet, next Poet Offlre
Us 5
well seasoned, rout 8Aix cuzxr.jxui to keep
onr drays at work. A FULL LOAD EVERY
TIME. W. E. DAVIS SON.
ian 17
A rIerciful Wan
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:uis is
It Don't Clatter I
jr THE OLO TEAR IS GONE AND THE
Now Year baa com. HUMPHREY, JEN
KINS A CO., are still receiving at their Oys
ter now. No 112 eutb Front Street, afresh
rorply srmry day of New mwr Orster. Oy
tcraailpptaC. O. D. Fresh Shell Oysters
always oa hand, 4tc t
T MERCIFUL TO HIS BEAST.
& gentle hint to owners of "unblanketed"
horses. The place to buy any price Blanket
you wast, together with Lap-robes. Carriages,
saddles. Harness, Trunks, "Satchels, Begs,
&e,lsat !
McDOUGAIX BOWDKN'6,
jaa Sl K.U42torth Frost fit
Economy. Economy.
FDTE CLAY PIPE CHIMNEYS FOR COT-
tazes. bchosl House and Kitcheas. Easily
pat op, beautiful draft, perfectly rate, and tn
rery wssy satisfactory and eheap. ;
" PARKER & TAYLOR.
TUSS TfZXXTZ QZL, Mail ;
therefore dispose of oar goods afprlces bear
ing little or no relation to their true or actual
vahie, and consequently will sell i '
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Some 20 per cent, less than valo
Some SO per cent. Jess than; value.
Some 40 per cent, less than! value,
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It socma needless to comment on ; tbe above)
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nnrarniabed facts, but we desire7 fust to ad4
that the inducements we offer darlnjr this Jan
uary tale are not only extraordinary but we
beHere unprecedented and scarcely to be re
peated In the future. Mosiy to be refunded
if you can equal onr goods at the low prices.
CooTlncc yourself and callat j
rur OLD RELIABLE CLOTIIIEH,
Jan 51
114 MARKET STi
HcCalla & Stavoly's
L'RCJI
ANNUAL. A
TLLUSTEATED CnU!
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HAB,lboo.!F of parochial work, eilendar
clerical directory, for the Vestry Koom, U
,Stuy and t1 f sally eircis.
. ... v w i.u. IUTHIO Ml
If C I N 4 BE TM ER'K. -
School Books
FOR ALL TH6 PRIVATE AND PUBUC
soooota io te city and riate, tor sole at
HEINSDERGERH.
Llru Book anU Mcalo fc tores
Fancy Qoodo
JULL USE AT i '; ' ' j 1 V,
GILES A MTRCHlSOJra.
dec M i Mnroam BlocA.
    

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