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.. UVucr. ol Connecticut,
.KiU'.iLccwatryfchooSs arc no: sol
7U in "I,lch ',oJia VUln
rTieJ wacn Lc studio! Is in New
ii.-'etai hii jJit been pullctl Kwr.
ia lie last louTycars 300.000,000 has
asi-cnt iu buiMios new railroaxls
ir.J improving oM ones in I he Southern
At the Gernnn (;yranaium Tor girls
n b.vion the hiheit jump i four feet
vn.r.che. The Indian clubs weijjh
V 'j' ;oUrdi.
Tie death of Ceo. Kalislaw An
rrwrwitch Tadfje' is a great blow to
i: I. a. Hi name was in the month
ol r.vry Ilusiiaa.
Dr. II. Meyer, writins at Berlin, says
'i.elinmiibj oomeins mnoto when
Accrinn manufactures and produce
alike ovcrllow tho world.
D:. lUu 3y that the brief letter
I'aVdent Har field wrote his
!ii-.L r was tie only piee f continuous
r ' ba J.d dar.nj his sicknes.
... :oLl number of action brought
t.Vhhfurtnf Justice in Kugland
a . -ar was 100.000. one-third corn-
...rMvd in the district .regbtrie and J
:w :!nr.ls in tandon. I
Vvi J.ug to statistics prepared at
.Wnv Vork Meteorological Obscr
vj't.ry. that city had S.fCG hours of snu
l.;ne out of a possible 1.1 to during l7l
h.UMn ISiH) it had 3.UH.
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lV.i;a Susan (nInoy. Iauhter tif the
".v Jivph Quincy. for seventeen jc.ir
I ri;i 'lot nf Harvard College, died In
i.r.i: week, aged SS years. She
va i real-grandchild of Jo?iah Qnin
rv. .. Ktvt!utionary fame.
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Sti'Si'.cUow that tlio percentage of
,; r-:i ir Caaala who were born in
the la.tcl Slate i a larc in propor
t.n Canadian population as the
ttrrinuiaje of native Canadian in this
cotmtry H to our (HjpuUlion.
In ci'.itua'.cd that the wheat :rop cd
( oloradi) I.k Ivtf was l.fiS.OOO bushels
aJ jfca! a.. of i: was used fur homo
io;j:iturt. Sixty thousaud bushels
tuc:.- are needed before tic Slate can le
sail! lo le rabing its own bread.
1'rii.xc Kung. the Japanese premier.
.vMrcvcd (;cn. Craitt, when he was iu
h an. iu F.nglisb. called. Kndeavor
ia to compliment him by nssuriug him
tbajL he was boru to command, he said:
"5;re, brave tlcnorale. you vas made to
order."
The chair which was used by hvr
Royal HighLcs l'riucess IouLsj at the
opening and closiug of Farliamcot dur
ing ber residence iu Canada, has been
shipped to her Uoyal Highness as a
soureuirol her sojourn in the Domin-
Tho Crit town to be entirely lighted
aad have iu tram-cars driven by olcc
tridty will be ilontrcaux. on the Lake
of Gfccra, a company having obtained
coccesiiou for the parposc. Tho mo
tile power will be derived from the
witcrof the lake.
It is rumored that tbo Prussian Gov
ercaieat is to bo petitioned to mako a
aovefortheaboliUoaof alllate lot
teries throu shout the empire. Tbo idea
aj be a good one,: though it will!
freely tad favor in the eyes of the
ioverciueau of the separate States
MiiiAyer. the daughter of the 1
J-C.Ayer. for whom Prince Philit
ate
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rboriij said to have broken bb
n,isal)otit to marry Commander
' nttr.c'i Pearson. U. S. Nr There n p
Man ta be at least one ofiicer in oar
ny who knows how to capture a
'-irsljeewajtorieilintho War
rr!o. Va.. (!cmetery more than half
("attsry ago. The other day a tablet
tU inscription that lollows. was
Iiretl there in Lis memory : "Charles
IMx AredS7 vears. Attorney
fIcerai Fnited States from 1T95 lo
1501. M
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er Plated S noons. Forks .and
Knife of best quality, and at manu
facturer's prices, can be found at Ja
Hardware liepot. t
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VOL. VIII ! VV LMINGTON. N. C THURSDAY. JANUARY
LOCAL NEWS.
IHOIZ TO MEW A0VESTISCME1TS.
OrLKA Uoi?t "Front
Ores Itocst McnJicsVa
txxLon's Jzx.ii-Z'J Ccut
flcnsirROEK niaok Coo
C W YATU4 LeliC. JouroiJ. A
alux hrcisr A. g rcia; Gusua
MlD Hc. A DtKosstT nI-o ircU
The storm signal was living
morning.
this
The rcteiptioi cotton
lo-day foot up VJil bales.
at
thii
pert
The strccla were almost impaisable
on account of tho mud this moroiog.
There is uuinailablc matter remain
ins in the L'ostofGco addrcscil to John
C. W. W'attcrs; and Kate Comfort,
Queen slrect. j
Sleamboatnien report that the freshet
in the dpe Fear is slowly subsiding,
although there are now from 25 to 30
feet of w.ater.
The Hanlons left hero this morning
on tho C. C. II . It., lor Charlotte. They
went on a special train and expect to
perform in that city to-night.
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The indications are that the weather
will grow much colder during the
night, and there will probably be a
frost in the morning, providing the
wind goe3 down.
Take little annoyauccs out of the way.
If you arc suflcrinc with a cough or
cold, usfl Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup at
one. This old and reliable remedy
will never disappoint yon. All drug
giits sell it for 25 cents a bottle.
Swed. barqucntinc Jfriftunia. Lars
son. cleared to day fur llarburg, (Jer
.many, wiih2,'J50 barrels rosin, valued
at $1.2$?, shipped by Messrs l'atersoni
f ownins: & Co.
Andrew Laspeyre. colored, was be
fore the Mayor this morning charged
with disorderly comJiic-L. lie was
found guilty and a line of . wa3 im
posel for the ofiense, in default of which
he was sent below for .U) days.
Interesting to Fishermen : Tho celc
brated "Fish" Brand (iilling thread is
sold only at Jaci:is. He is the Im
porter's Agent. f
On Monday last lion, . J. Urcen,
Congressman from this district, pre
sented n petition Irom citizens of this
section, asking for the improvement of
the North Kast Cape Fear. The
bill
was referred to the
Rlrcrc'and Harbors.
committee
on
The ram which threatened us last
uight came down in torrents ut about
3 o'clock this morniug and continued to
pour for about an hour. Alter it had
ceased the atmosphere became decided
ly warmer, and this morniug it was
soft and balmy as a day iji Spring.
A scrimmage between two colored
boys in the Purccll Huihc alley this
morning caused a slight ripple .of cx
citcmcut for a few moments. They
were drumming each other iu One style
when the appearance of one of the city
officials, who was after Mot drummer's
license," put a summary stop to the
proceedings, aud the youug pugilists
skedaddled in double quick time.
For Pure While Iad & Paints, and
biggest stock of Window Glass "aud
lowest prices for good articles be ur
to go to Jacobi's Hardware Depot, t
Bunch of Keys.
This from the Ies Moines (Iowa)
World?
Miss Flora Moore, of tho "Bunch of
Keys, is surely a 'broth of a byo;" her
singing and dancing and funny sayings
brought out rounds of applause. Her
songs, ''Sweet Violets" and "Market
on Saturday Night' were rendered in
a manner to receive several encores and
recalls before the curtain.
The Ladles Did It.
The ladies connected with the Temple
of Israel, in this city, gave their pastor,
Rev. Dr. Mendelssohn, and family a
surprise or "pound" party last night
which they made more agreeable by
the presentation of a pretty full line of
grcceries and a purse containing a snug
little sum of money. Our itformant
was of the male persuasion, and of
course the ladies would not tell him
bow much the purse contained. It
was an agreeable surprise and a - very
pleasant party, and there was a plenty
of food, innocent amusement. Later
In the evening several gentlemen joined
the party and participated in the
pleasures of the occasion, j
1 If you need a real good first class
cooking stove, don't fail to see tho Ex
celsior Tcnn: Zeb. Vance and New
Emerald, besides others. They are to
ha Lnnd at factor? o rices at Jacoei's.
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The Now Comet.
For several nights past, the comet
which the astronomers have been
speaking of has been seen with the
caked eye. It ia in the Southeastern
heavens, and it docs not require a very
careful scrutiny of "the v heavens to
delect it. ThU comet is by uo means
as brilliant as ihoopc seen last winter.
Its tail is very faint and short, but it is
a comet alt the same, and we merely
advertise tho fact of its existence for the
benefit of such of our readers as delight
4 lo i?azc at the heavenly -wonders.
The Artful Dodger.
There has recently developed a new
plan of rascality amoug some of the
colored boys which hns become an
expensive nuisance to the safferers.
Whenever they sec a cart or dray load
ed with peanuts going down Princess
street, one ot the scamps will run up
and slash a big hole in one of the bags.
Tho joltings of the cart over the pave
ments open the bags, and by the time
the team gets half way down the hill
toward Water streets, there is quite a
stream of peanuts ponring out into the
streets i which the colored boys gather
up in a hurry. This has been done on
several occasions recently.
Twelfth Nifflit.
On Wednesday night, Janury 30th
the world-famed actress, Helena
Mbdjeska (Countes3 Bozenta) will ap
pear for one night ouly it ftho Opera
House. This consummate actress and
titled lady has acted over a greater ex
tent ol territory, ami appeared in drama
in more languages than- any living
actress. She is a beautiful woman, an
accomplished arlisto and refined lady,
aud her advent everywhere has always
proven an event of importance in upper
society circles. Modjeska is one of the
two great actresses of the world, the
other being Sarah Bernhardt. Of late,
however, some of our ablest citizens
have inclined even to rale the Polish
historieune superior to the great genius
of the French stage. The play is an
unusually strong one. and will present
the actress in one ol her most celebra
tsd roles.
Soured on the Goose.
A young, well fattened goose makes
excellent food, and by a good many it is
considered superior to turkey ; but an
old cooso is liable to be tough, and an
old gander is about the toughest subject
ever cooked. We have heard many
tales about tough old gander, but one of
the best we have heard lately is a3 fol
lows: One of our promiucnt business
men had a jrooao sent to his house,
where it was duly and nicely baked for
dinner. It proved to be a tough one,
but the lamily went at it in order to
make a meal. A liberal slice was
given to a little son w'ho put a piece in
his mouth and began to chew, aud con
tinucd till his jaws ached aud"hc :ot
tired aud sleepy, when he leaned over
iu his chair aud closed his eyes for a
uap with his mouth full of gander.
Just as he was droppiug oil to sleep, he
was thoughtful of consequences aud
said: "Mamma, please wakarae,whcn
it's time to swallow."
Painful Accident.
At about noon yesterday Mr. Walker
Taylor, son of Col. Johu P. Taylor.
while out iruuuiiig with a party of
friends at Topsail Sound, had the mis
fortune to get shot in' the hands and
face, receiving severe and paintul
wounds, though not cousidered danger
ous. ' The circumstances attending the
accident, as we learn them, 'are about
as follows: Mr. Taylor, with his com
panions, was out in an old field gun
ning for birds, and he was upon one
side of a small poud while some of his
friends were on the opposite side.
While in these relative positions a
fiock of birds flew up and one of the
party on the opposite side. shot at them.
not knowing that Mr. Taylor was in his
line of fire. Tho charge t struck the
latter in the bands and face, one shot
striking the eye. Fortunately they
were small bird shot or tho result would
undoubtedly have been fatal. Mr.
Taylor was at once brought to the city
where ho received prompt surgical at-
tention. He was quite comfortable mis
morning. Tbo shot iu the eye has not
deprived him of sight, and the attending
physician is ot the opinion that, unless
serious inflammation takes place, his
vision will not bo affected.
The Burlington Jlatckeye publishes a
most ludicrous sketch about the great
toughness ot the invincible mule. Mr.
W. II. Sturtevant. of Heir Yorlc now-
ever. knows a stiff, lame . mule, whose
toughness yielded to the' penetrating
force of St. Jacobs Oil, completely
restoring the flexibility of every muscle,
and the powerful playfulness ot the rear
nU, t,
Ifoot.
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The Gale Today.
It has been blowing a gale of wind
nearly all day. tho maximum velocity
having reached" 28' miles' per hour.
During the day a lighter while coming
up the river was capsized when a tew
mi es below the city. We were unable
to learn her name, but the impression
among river men was that it was the
fpray. It was not known whether auy
lives were lost by the aeciden or not,
but if there were more than two men
on board some were lost as "Only two
were Keen to get - off the wreck. The
yjce went dovvp to her assistance, but
she had not returned when our report
closed.
Superior Court.
The proceedings' before, this1! tribunal
to-dav were as follows :
J. E. Gadsby vs. John Dyer I and
wife, which was on trial when our re
port closed yesterday, was taken up this
morning and a juror withdrawn, case
continued and plaintiff allowed to
amend the complaint.
C. Wessel, vs. A. H. VohKampen
Judgment. D. J-Devane for plaintiff
and J. L. Holmes for defendant.
Law ton, vs. Norwood Giles & Co; on
trial when our report closed. Messrs.
Russell & Ricaud andMcRae &Slrauge
for plaintiffs and Hon. George Davis
and Mr. Junius Davis for defendant?.
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Le Voyage en Suisse, j
There was a good audience at the
Opera House last night to witness the
perlormance of the ilaniou Troupe
in the above named play, and they en
joyed two hours ot uproarious fua and
laughter. The play was well mounted
and the eeenerv was elaborate and ex
cellent. The play was composed of
first rale material, and all were good
in their respective roles. The two Han
lons, as John and Boby the model ser
vants, were inimitable and kept the
house in a tumult ol laughter as they
played thoir grotesque tricks upon their
fellow travelers. Taken altogether it
was a spl6ndid entertainment, and was
worthy a crowded house.
Personal, j
We are very glad to learn that the
condition of Rev. Mr. Morrelle, who
wa3 so unfortunate as to fall and break
one of the bones of his leg week: before
last, has improved very much and we
hope to hear soon of his entire recovery,
lie is receiving every care and attention
that loving hearts and willing hands
can pay. j
Wo acknowledge the pleasure of a
call this morning from Mr. Hazel W,
Burgwin, formerly of this section but
since the close of the war a resident o
Virginia. It has been fourteen years
since Mr. Burgwin was last in Wil
mington. .
We arc sorry to hear that Mr.H.McL.
Green is sick not seriously, , but sick
enough to confine him to the house.
Mr. Henry Bcrger, business agent
for Madame Modjeska, is in the city
making the necessary preparations for
the appearance of that distinguished
actress and her company, which will be
on Wednesday night, the 30th inst.
'Stonewall Jackson.
Editor Review r It would seem to
mcthat Mr Capps'has been misappre
hended iu-regard to the time ot the
wounding, of General "Stonewall"
JacksJifUii I
Mr.. Capps did uotsay, but simply
suggested, as I undcrsldoiiilflm, that it
occurred before sundown. He labors
nnderthis impression from the fact that
au officer came to him while it was yet,
day and requested him to go with his
ambulance to bring off 'a "wounded
officer." saying the order came from
General JacksoB.
- He went and louad Gen. Jackson.
after nightfall, wounded. He inferred
from the. failure ot the ofiicer who came
for him to give the name of the wound
ed officer, and the secrecy enjoined as io
tbo wounding of. Gen. Jackson, tnat tne
Wonnded officer alluded 1 to was Gen.
Jackso:fc - w'
And as the order came before night
fall, he very naturally inferred that
General Jackson was wounded in the
daytime.
It is an established fact that Mr.
Capps brought him off the field and : is
equally well authenticated that General
Jackson was wounded after nightfall
and by the gallant 18th North Carolina,
to which no blame can possibly be aU
tached. " $- ' ! ";
In the lapse fof timc.r apd trusting
simply lo memory, it xuay. be possible
that Mr. Capps errs as to the time he
received the order bnt admitting he does
not, his inference is legitimate. Trust
ing this interpretation ot bis letter may
pot a quietus to the discussion goinz on
and that no wrong may; be done Mr.
Canns. I am. resDectfullv. one ot the
'"Foot Cavalry."
Note. The above 13 very ingenious
and very good natured. bntMr. Capps
was in the Beview Office last Mon
day and we understood - him then to
assert most , positively that lie brought
Gen; Jackson offthefitld btfjre sunset,
Editor.
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24. 1884.
NO. 21
Wilmington is reported 17.000 bales
ot cotton behind last year. This is a
good deal worse than Raleigh, which
will not run more than 8,000 short.
Farmer it- Ueclianic. j
Wc arc glad to know that Captain
Sbotwcll's politics are better than his
arithmetic. Raleigji has had this year
29.452 bales, against 30,516 last j year,
and Wilmiogton'has had 80.925 bales
against 98,505 bales last 1 year. These
reports were made up last Saturday.
Raleigh loses 8.0G1' bales, or about 30
per centr, and Wilmington loses 17,6701
bales, or about 20 per cent.
- FUNERAL NOTICE.
The fuxicral of Mrs. LUCY 11 UGGINS BOW
will take place at 10 SO o'clock, to mor
row (Friday) moral or, from the residence on
comer of mth aud Chestnut tlrccts, thence
to Front St. Mctuodiot Church, and thcn-o to
Oakdalc Cemetery. Friends and acquaintan
ces of the f ami It arc requested lo attend.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE,
EXTRA I EXTRA I
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One Night Only 1 Wednesday, January SCthl
Farewell American Tour !
Engagement of the Eminent Polish Actress
MODJESKA I
Supported by Maurice II- Barrymorc and d
i strong uramatlc Company.
Oa which occasion will be presented Shakes
I leare's 1
Twelfth Night!
Sale of seats will begin at leer's Monday
m ruing, Jan. 23, at 8 o'clock.
Price Reserved $1.50, $t. General Admis
sion, 73c, r.cc. Gallery, ifc jan 24
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OPERA HOUSE.
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One Night Only !!.
THURSDAY.
JANUARY SI st.
Th latest N. Y. Success,
A BUNCH OF KEYS: OR, THE HOTEL
By Chaa. H.lHoyt and Willie Edox'iin. With a
record of over NE HUNDRED CONSECU
TIVE NiGIIfSat the San Francisco Opera
uouse. in. i r . Jntiouucing tne unapproach
able character comedienue, MISS FL.ORA
muukk, supported by a great CAST.
The celebrated Grand View Hotel Set car
ried in Its entirety. Original Music: elegant
costuming. Sale opeus Tuesday. Jan. 29. at
Dyer's.
ifescrved $1.
A dmlseion, '5, 50, 25
cents.
jan24lt
Pacific Guano.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
400 TO 500 TONS
OF THIS INVALUABLE FERTILIZE?
which has never failed, and will have it for
saie throughout the season; as also DISSOLV
ED BONE, PHOSPHATE
At Last Tear's Prices.
iau24 2md&w j ALEX. SPRUNT & SON
rpIHUTY NINE CENTS FOR A FINE Black
X I
SEVEN-HOOK FOSTER KID GLOVE-Kc-
duccd from One Dollar.
THREE AND FOUR-BUTTON BLACK an
COLORED KID GLOVES, for Ladies an-
Misses, reduced irom One Dollar to THIRTY
NINE CENTS A PAIR.
A LARGE STOCK OF CRAPES, for Mourn
ing Bonnets, Veiling and Press Trimming, at
REMARKABLY LOW PRICES.
RIBBONS r RIBBONS ! RIBBONS ! ia every
Shade and Width, will be sold t TREMEN
DOUS RED UCTIONs
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j, AT '
TAYLOR'S
BAZAAR,
118 Market St.
jan 24
WILMTNQTON, N. C.
Onion Sets, White and Red.
FRESH SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED.
Abo, a full assortment of j , -
FRESH GARDEN SEED.
PATENT MEDICINES,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
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CIGARS In treat variety, M.n , Ac.
Munds Bros. & DeRosset,
New Drug Store,
Market and Seeond Streets.
jan 14
W; & E. S.'- LATIMER,
; Attotneys-at-Law.
! Officers. E. Cor. rrineess and Water Hts.
Jan 7 lm -
- PLEASE -NOTICE. i
WtwlUbesUut lo receive cexamtuncaUoa
Iron ova fxlc4s on any and aU tabjoeu
Waendlateresttmt ' ;. , j
? The name of the writer in net always be fa
ftlBbed to the Editor. ; j j
, Communication imut t written oa! oat
one tide of the paper.
rexTOxuUCcsmnstbe avoid!.
- An4 It is especially and particularly unci
tooft that the Editor doc not always endot
the v!cvr of correspondenU unleu to state
In the editorial column. , . ;
MISCELLANEOUS
Yellow, White J ana
Onion Sets.
Bed
I "it"' F5: B"N. ic. HK0G8.
Pure Whiskey.
QtP SOUTH STATE SaLOO.vJc South
wS? ,kccH ttorfd ClCrttaer'a Puro Kve
Whiskey, (oo4 vrorcd stuff) Plo Mo Whisker.'
very fine. As good FlVfc CENTS CIGAhb
as the market affords. Florst OYSTERS
from Nev Bi-cr. Don't wact a forttin t
xncc. No headaches there. rt
w JM W
Blank Books,"
pAPER AND ENVELOPES, j
INKS, THE VERY BEST,,
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BLACK AND RED,
ALL KINDS OF -
PLAIN AND FANCY ''
OFFICE STATIONERY,
ALMANACS AND DIARIES FOR ISSt.
For sale very cheap at '
HEINSBERGER'Si
jan 2.1 ' Uve Book and Music Store
Cider 1 Cider ! Cide
J3URR APPLE CIDER,
!
JUST FROM THE PRESS !
Cull and leaVc your or 'ers and Jugs'at ;
R. McDOiuiAr Tr
No.f 14 CheHtnnt St. bet. Front and Water
Wilmington. N. C.
1,000 Hhds
BKIAIK 1'UKTU KICO MOLASSES J I
i lis v
X lan.ied direct from the Island, whi.-h
offer to iht trade at prices to suit the ilmf.
We guarantee this Molasses' pore.
jan 9 tf
EDWARD KIDDER A RON.
WOOD ! WOOD I
A FE CORDS OF' NO. l jSPLlT OAK,
ash, Black Jack and Pine, full length and.
I !
well seasoned, for sale cheap, just to keep'
.i
our drays at work. A FULL LOAD EVERY
xiaiic. W. E. DAVIS & SON,
ian l, j
Apples ! Apples ! Apples I
QN CONSIGNMENT AND MUST BE SOLD.
N. Y. Baldwin Apples, Ohio Red Apples, N.
Y. Creamery Butt jr. N. C. Roll Butter, Ohio
Butteri Va. Meal, car load or small order so.
licitcd. i
E. G. BLAIR,
Commission Merchant, 1 N. Second St. .'
dec 31 ; . i
PTTfiOELL HOUSE. )
ijnder new management,
Wilmington, n. c
B. -JL. PERRY, Proprietor."
Iato Proprietor Atlantic HoteL Flrst-CUss
in all iu appolntmenu. Terms $2. 11 u $lM,tk
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WILL NEVER FORGET
fpHERE ARE PARTIES WHO ABE
AND-
have been taking advantage ot the bargains
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to be had from SHRIEK'S. The Suits- and
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Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children that
arc being slaughtered at the lowered figures
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you cannot buy the low material' for. jit Is
our aim and intention to clean out all Winter
Goods before our mammoth stock of Spring .
Clothing commence a coming Ini and frill
therefore dispose of our goods at jprlces bear-
ing little or no relation to their true or actual
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value, and consequently will sell
Some 20 per cent, le's than value.
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Some 30 per ceot. less than value.
Some 4. 0 per cent, less than value.
It seems needless to comment on the above
unTaroisbed fact, but we desire lust to add -
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that the inducements wc offer daring this Jan-
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uary sale are not only extraordinary but we ,
believe unprecedented and scarcely to. be re
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pcatcd In the future. Money to be refunded
If you can equal our goods at the low priori.
Convince yourself tnd call at S . ,
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTH IERf
jan 21 . 114 MARKET ST.
Commissioner's Sale.
: .' ' ' ' ! ;1" '
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Superior Court of New Hanover County iu '
an action between Jobs E. St. George, Adair,
of David 8. Sanders, decease), and Annie M?
Pctteway, et aL, being a proceeding for the
ale of real estate to make assets, the nnder
signed. Commissioner appointed by said de
cree, will sell at public auction for asn, to
tho hUhest bidder at the Court Jlonse door In
Wilmington, N.,C, on Monday, tbo 4th day of
-rebrnary, 14, tho following never! tracts of
land belong ng to tne esute of said David R.
Sajjdera. lrt tractContainlcg alout l-'-'i
aerea of Juniper Swamp Land adjoiolsg the
Rocky Run Plantation near Cattle Jlayneln
New Hanover rounty. Second tract tyiK
and lelog la Pender county, neir Topsail
Sound, between said Sound and Uie AtlaolU.
Ocean, and constituting the strip of land that
separates the Sound front tbo Ocean. Third
tract Containing TAp acres of woodland and
bclcg a part nf tiie iaul comprixlnr the said
Rocky Run Plantation near Castle ilayneand
Irur on the east side of the Holly H he Iter or
Da&lla Road and between sail i road an-1 tb
WllmUgton A Weldon R. IL
Jsn3-law4r th commlJtonr.
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