O J!.; oo month. MccaU.
Ji-VU dBrered bT carrier, frw
Fy part of Ue city. t tn aboT.
. rr rrnlarty.
. ueir f-I - z.
rku, low an 1 noeTmo.
mill rtr 0J atl U fxl1
r,.tu Zcrwtr has the Urgtst
lu eiTcMim. of any ncwir
irS"iVl Tom Hughes rc.idc
5 . n 00 check amotiz bcr
.t " Kerr. a celebrated stat is
1 f" . .wi the annual mortality
WILMINGTON. N. C MONDAY. MARCH 17. 1884.
Uziict in Great Krltain is
HusseU. tbe famous war
"it the recent martial in Paris of
His farm lias .-
In Washington ne lives
fr. W. H
. i... of Dakota, is lets
De.CZV.C wjw-' ,
f !f! tears old
Mca.GreTine.X nofeliit. whose
pxtorofRa,ii3li:ehaTo 2.reQ her
place ia Frtsch literature, intends to
t j.t America next Antnmn.
a coast by the Pope, owns 1M.000
ZTtg ia Ueroicda couatj. Florida, and
lu forned a Urge Catholic colony.
Tie co'irtd people re -out" with
Scrttarj lie col a because he failed to
rwioaitoacallto appoint a colored
Ulster front Maryland regimental
catplaiaia the army-
General ThoauL. Kosser. lately of
tii.Vortheral'aciilc road. Intends to
sail froo .V Tork on the 20th instant
kr.Vicirsrsa. He will go as the ens
x:eroftheKirajnan Canal Com-
Ttelkstoa IW would have the cani
raiia foujht on the principles of the
two parties, and an ggests Edmunds as
the standard bearer of the Kepublicans.
and Bayard as the leader of the Democrats.
The Methodist ministers of the Ohio
Conlerence hare voted to sign a pledge
of abstinence from opium and tobacco
lib cot auamed that many, if any, o
ti clergy a o are given to Indulgence
iacDiara. but there are a number who
lifeline to f We up tobacco.
Aa Illinois centleman calculates that
President Arthur will have 362 totes in
theRepobUcan National Convention.
This estimite includes tbe Southern
vole entire and CO of tho72 votes of New
York Stale. Erea If this proves cor
rect. be woe! J lack about 40 votes ol a
John Boyle O'Reilly, Uobert Grant,
"J. S. of Dale." John T. Wheelwright
and Geo. Parsons Lathrop, as it is re
ported in the Harvard lhnild. are
Ko.ing to write a novel together and they
have already sold what th(?y shall pro
duce for $5 000.
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The Llewellyn family, of , Poltsville,
Pa., is familiar with woodrtrlc59. Mr3.
Ann I'e welly n. who wears ono. mar
ried her lalo husband because he had
a wooden peg of his own,
only son stanip3 about with
substitute. Mrs. L'cwcllyn recently
told a facetious lawyer that wooden
legs were better than wooden hcad3 any
day of the week.
A It tin away.
We learn that on Saturday afternoon
a horse, attached to a carriage, took
fright, on the turnpike between here
and the Sound, and ran away. There
was no serious damage, although odc of j
the occupants of the carriage, a young
lady, received some cruises upon her
. ; j
In the Woods.
Although there was quite a raw wind
Genuine orders and titles of nobility
can be purchased at such reasonable
prices in Italy that the great American
and tbCiT i lilnwin" it nro: nnmnrtlifplv tinnv
' j j
ail OakCn j .mil nlnnmt vfnrrla v Mnnvnfniir
poplc took a trip the Sound in the af
ternoon, and tho outside of the city
were thronged with young people, who
were searching for yellow jessamine
and trailing arbutus.
Mr. J. B. Chcsnult. of Savannah.
industry that manufactures bogus titles brother of our friend, Mr. George Cues'-
.i i - . . l I .
wim pcuigreo auaenmenu 10 orucr is nutt.of thiscitv. has been here and to
likely to suffer from foreign competition'
Besides the recent exposes of the process
of making American noblemen has
brought the New York and Boston aris
tocratic herald books into disrepute.
It is not improbable that Mount
Everest, 9.002 feet, which has hitherto
passed for Monarch of the Himalayan
his native Sampson county home on a
brief visit to his relatives and friends.
lie is in a prosperous and lucrative
business in Savannah, and the ducats
are pouring into his coffers He left for
that city last night.
Are You in Want of Spring Clothing
of any Description ? i
IF SO DO NOT WASTE VALUABLE tVmE BUT COME AT ONCE TO
supply your wants from our Mammothi Stock. We will nejver deceive you
Every suit, garment or article that we carry is solid, perfect and durable. We
will not keep or offer for-sale goods of any class or in any line that' we can uot
honestly guarantee a3 well worth, in wear and tear, all that thev cost you! We
j i "
buy largely, but we buy judiciously. Wc buy to suit our trade, and our trade
! j i i ;
consists of all classes , and our prices sell our gods. When- we eay that we sell
oniy Cloihing equal to the finest custom-made work and that every garment sold
guaranteed to be exactly as represented or the money will be refunded, wc
mean just what we say, aud every word of our yuaranttccan be depended upon
as surely as a fjovcrnmcnt bojid, and that our prices are the lowest in the city, no
body doubts, for instance, that wc arc now selling a beautiful, all wool suit at
$8 really worth $liJ.50; alNwpol Pants at .$15 worth !)io.oO; a very good
pair Pants at $1 worth $LoO. Finally, a man, however light his purse, will
always be welcomed by J
. Duplin County Items.
Rev W. M. Kennedy, of Warsaw,
chain, will be dethroned. Mr. Graham, Duplin county, was in the city to-day
the celebrated traveler, and his two and gave us the pleasure of a call this
Swiss guides, in their recent attempts afternoon. He represents the condition
to scale some of the higheri summits, of Warsaw High School as excellent.
distinctly'saw two peaks rising to the The people of his rection are intensely
Northwest of Mount Everest which -xcited over the phosphate interest
they believe to be considerably higher, which has recently been developed, and
are prospecting and making new dis-
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
LOCAL NEWS, coveries of deposits almost daily.
IIDIX TO IEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
8 II RI EE'S C lOthiO
P L Bridgkss & Co Groceries
Tiios C. Craft, A gt Awnings
Parker & Tatlor Sakes Alive
Hussbehoes Pranks Eator Cards
C W Yates Cheap Standard WorMa
Knights or Honor Regular Meeting
W K Springer Co Sportsman's Goods
Mcsds Brds. A DeRosskt Easter Cards
Make a Move.
Whatever may be the real meriti of
the dectress" who hold3 forth every
afternoon in j Market street, between
Front and Water, one thing is very
certain, the presence of the crowds that
gather there is a serious drawback to
the merchants who do business on both
The State Exposition.
A private telegram was received here sides of that thoroughfare. We undcr-
tcrday stating that Messrs W. S.Prim-. stan that a petition was. prepared on
rose, president, and H. E. Fries, secre Saturday and sent to the city authori
tary. of the North Carolina State Expo- ties, asking for an abatement of the
sition, would arrive in the city to mor- nuisance to the merch ants, but so far it
row morning to talk with our people has met with no response
ana try to nwaKea a more active inters The authorities should take into con
McDot oall & Bowdkx "The out Hick- est in tnat noble ana wortny enterprise, sideration the fact that these
i I ti mi i sj i t r m n -i
orj- I auwy win ou aucuiupauicu uj iiir. o. Ui merchants have to nay a license
This has been a dull day for news Worth, State Superintendent of Fish tax for the privilege of con
At Norfolk, ia Eagland, a fortnight
aga. then wu a wedding at which the
chelating clergyman was a gentleman
alrety-iit years of age. He hasbeld
tt living he now.holds for seventy-one
yean. It is believed that this tenure of
apirish isuae-jualed for length in the
llsutj of thcEoglish church
The fenerablo Rev. Mr. Day id
Wiciers of Dajton. Ohio, on Thursday
last married Lis four thousand nino
featdred and eightieth couple, and after
lit ceremony wished the bride as much
tappiseas as had been the lot of her
taod father and not leas estimable
trac&alher. at whose weddings be hadl
ue pUasure ol officiating.
Cat breeding is being taken up active
IjiaEcgland, cot only for the com'
Jbruble cloak linings its lur affords,
oc: as aa article of food, the fecundity,
1ck growth; and really palatable
Properties of our familiar hearth-rug
frjead pointing out slsple resource.
The remeaibranco ol this and the prcs
t activity ia the cat market arc, sug
The receipts of cotton
to-day foot up 93 bales.
at this port
There was a largo attendance at tho
various churches yesterday.
The body of the sailor , who was
drowned during the night of the storm
was recovered this afternoon. It had
drifted down the river and lodged in the
The "Young Mrs. Winthrop" Com-J paddles of one of the wheels of the
pany arrived lero yesterday and regis- steamer Waccaniaw, which lies nearly
tered at the Purcell House-i oDDosite the foot ot Dock street. It was
towed to this side of the river where a
1 v ewtnd hv f he Snnnd Prasbtterian coroner's inquest was held and a verdict
church were duly installed last night. of accidental drowing was returned by
ducting their business in peace .and
quiet without let or hindrance, and that
they are entitled to demand of them the
protection which they have petitioned
for.j There are plenty of other localites
where the woman and the brass band
may hold forth without disturbing the
course oi traae: or, sne can -nire a
hall" and hold forth at her own pleas
For the West.
Our clever neighbors of the Clinton
lhe lues of March nave passeu ana f - t r enL it was shockingly
the most seyere weather of tbe v inter fjgUre(j.
may do presumea to nave passed aiso.
the jury after which it was taken away a,MCaston have pr07ea- themselves on
A Cure for Drunkenness,
A gentleman who has been afflicted
with the disease which heads this article
says we can publish nothing that vbuld
bo of more benefit to the country than
tne loiiowing. wnicn contains a recipe
for the disease:!
There is a prescription n use in Eng
land for the cure of drnnkenoess by
wmcn tnousands are said to have been
enabled to recover themselves. The
recipe came into notoriety by the efforts
ot Mr. John Vine Hall, commander o
the Great Eastern steamship. He had
fallen into such1 habitual drunkenness
that his most earnest efforts to reclaim
himself proved unavailing. At last he
sought the advice of an eminent physic
lan, which he followed faithfully for
several months, and at the end of that
time he had lost all desire for liquor.
annougn ne naa ocen. ior many years
lea captive by a most debasing appetite
The recipe, which he afterward pub
lished. and by which so many other
drunkards, have been assisted to reform
is as follows: Sulphato of iron. 20
grains; magnesia, 40 grains; pepper
mint, 44 drams; spirits of nutmez. 1
drams. Dose, one tablespoonful twice
The largest and best stock of
Windows. Doors, Blinds &c., and at
Factory prices is at N. Jacobi's Hard
ware Depot. f
Tf,wia be gladl to receive coauacnlcatloa '
fixoi ocr fjSexfia oa aay, aaJ all iubjeeu
The name of Uta wrltei taost always t ra
a!ate4 to theEJ2tor.W:' : w j , . '
Commttnlcatlona most b wrtttea oa oa!
o side of tbe paper.
Penonanoes must b avoldedj
a w especially and particularly and
tood tnat the Editor doci not always endot
the tlcws of correspondents
hi the editorial eohunns.
When the Painless Tooth
I EXTRACTOR WITH IIER GILDED Chart-
ot shaU karc glided from our mldit nml
Uie people hftvc once tooto realized the truth
of the ancient proverb ; "All Is not cold that
slitters," don't forjret the old reliable stand
wticrc ali the stiraiUnl Drccs, Sundries, Toilet
ami h ancy Articles can be had at reasonable
rate?. A Uo a lice line of KASTKR CAUCS.
. C. MILLKR'3 Drug Store,
la. hi, core cr Fourth and Kan (s
Only 59 Cents.
rtmil FOLLOWING HANPSOMiIlY. JJwind
I i i
MamhtntWorksweotrcr.it Uio low irlne of
H! cents per volnnie ; ,-j I , h)
J I ' i-. .-. 1 1 - N.
MacimlcyV History. f Knslaad. 5 vols;
(.reensi lltstoryi Knllsh il'corle, 3 vols:
Knijrlifft Half Hrturs of Kslhli HUtory rPoet'
leal Works of Sbakcsrcarc. . Byron, lioros, ,
ropc. CovrFcr, Tcnnyeon. Ac. &c. Smith's
Bible D.ctionarr, Klnyalcy's f cruioris, Dick
cn'a History of England; bcottlh ChicfsjRob
inison Crttpoc. 1 luacMcus- of Warsaw. j;on
Quixote, qulllver s Travels, Jules vdrnc'rt.
VVors, Irviog's Sketch Kook, LSRtD.ijsof
Pompeii, Chavassce'a Advice. to a Wife ami
Mother. Gibbon's Koman Empire. Tola ion
Whist, c, Ac , Ae. C. V. .YATE3, i
1' ' j a!akctfet;- '
Oh! wouldn't the days seem lank and long .
If your trrocer never did anything wrong?
And wouldn't your life seem extremely flat
If you haQn't ths pcor grocery man to grura-
blo at ? ' !',.
iJisMua ft.v Gvbtrt 4- Sullivan, I Gtindtrn t
)Vc are Determined
J-OTTO BE "GRUMBLKD AT," AND to
avoid tlilb linpleasantncss have filled 6tr store
with the i
The next entertainment at tho
Opera Aouse. after to night, will be
given- by the ltentz-Santley Troupe, on
the 26th inst.
Wc noticed thai some of the dry
goods stores were decorated in emerald
more than one occasion to be the good
friends and well wishers of our city.
We have on previous occasions quoted
some of their sayings to prove this and
we herewith give to our readers an in
teresting clipping from the last issue of
It is announced that this road will be
completed to Greensboro by April 1st.
Messrs. Ditson & Co., of Boston,
send us eight fine pieces of music.
Their titles and prices are :
Angclus. (30 cts.) Song by F. Bott-
Golden Love, (35 cts.) bong by Wei
linro. Goin?to Market. (35 cts.) bong it ia Also beincr ramdly extended from
crecu this morninjr as a token of respect . , ...u rinnt i p ran rt K Snner Favctteville into South Carolina. This
i St. Irtrfck' Dar. ' L t.-..- . T?aa w-v is well. I The South Carolina extension
- - - i II V nnnuLUL. JL ill kuu hujv,j uau i .... i r 1 r . i i:
r . 7T x r. u r will Dean lmportauneeuur ior iue uuu.
W r rwinMfwl to sav thnt services Asram. (30 cts. ) bong by unnstie. lio. Dn .u- most imDortant Dart ot the
at St. James1 church will be suspended mancc for Piano. (40 cts.) by J. Iv. whole system still remains untouched
onaccountofreDarrsuntillla. m.. of Paine. The Bat. Polka Caprice. (35 ne gap ' J
i . rnn i mil imhi, is liuimii'ii liik iii;iii
cts.) by W. G. Smith, lieiter uauop. nfiVfir . - -th imnortant
Violin and Piano. (40 cts.) by Winner. local roaci simply because it is folly to
expect, in this day of cheap and rapid
At ICIclimond CoTlesre. transportation, for any considerable
... . r 1 . l . i .
hAon auanuty oi ireignt, anu travel to oe
We invite the attention of ourcitizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factory. tf.
AGOSTINI-In this city, March 17, 1824,
x-AoyuAt. ir. auuixi, agea ii years.
The funeral will take rdace from the real
dence of his father, No. 19, South Sixth street,
to-morrow(Tuesday) afternoon , at 3 . 30 o'clock ,
inence 10 t. 'i nomas' cemetery.
Star copy. , I
vrHufo entered upon his 83rd J
woa rebrcary 26ih. Tbe French
Ttraaect struck a medal in bis
Ptescatatioa or which was
"feianoftbe celebraUon. Ia the
J?1 the avenue caUed alter
cae, croirdj of hU friends and ad-
?tn flocked to pay him homage,
dnwicrroom was filed with choice
. en t Iroai all part of the conn-try.
Tbere has been an enormous increase
Jears ia the consumption of drugs
ff ia nervooa afiectiona! In the Cen
"Uwpiul pharmacy oi Paris the
isocstol broaidt ol polaasiam sold in
was but three kilos; in 1S70 it had
iacrtajed to 330 kilos'; in 1575 to 730
and for tho past tea yeaa bad
T orec Paris ia like propor
U!1J Qainiae, morphine and bromld
nid to be the three treat popuUr
01r b UxUmtlQ&xzSmUhH Worm
4KnIfflits ol' Honor.
Carolina Lodzo No. 434. Regular
meeting this evening at 7i o'clock. Full
flltendajjco desired. It.
The mcale are prevailing quite ex-
they are anlicting the people all along
the lino of the railroad s between here
Dan. baraue Maryarila, Fundcr,
i t a n.:Ai.i.i1
I 1 I M V 1 A LILU SA.W W WW M h A. U WbtW & llli
preaching in, Richmond, Va., durms anrl either stoo there or be transDortecf i
tho last week, assisting Kev. ur. naw- by river steamboats, (if it 'is wet,
thornc in a scries of meetings, addressed weather) to Wilmington. If the ga
r t:i ,! riiorro shall be filled up. then, instead ot bein
mU SmUCUlSUi xviuiiw I nm 1.1 if r;i! ot
. . . flt LUCiv awrna vuui aw iti v vuvv vw
Wednesday last, ine aaaress was ci imo the nucleus of a creat State-
marked force ana ability, as might have system , which, like the nerves of the
Koon nTwvtoil intersDcrscd with aDDro- body, will permeate the whole country.
artia. r unuer. "rT:7..:: - ..i:.:Ls Fayettcvil c will be a great distributing
cleared to-day for Hamburg with 2.937 P"ai auwv,w, . , center, and the fine port of Wilmington
valued at S1-509.CK). hits, it was an earnest euort auu maue wh,cn can easily be made equal to any J
,r , r. a nrofound lmnressionupon nisnearers on tne Atlantic! seauoaru, win teem
He urged upon them tne need 01 an cx
The "OM Hickory"
I? ARM WAGON, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
J Carts, Drays, Buggy Harness, Carriage
Harness, Bockaway Harness, Truck Harness,
Cart and Dray Harness. Collars, Uamcs,
Blind Bridles, Trunks of all kinds, Bags. Sacks'
and Satchels. Eepairing promptly done by
skilled workmen. i
MCDOUGALI, & BOWDEN,
Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture Store,
Shipped by Messrs.
Sakes Alive !
-yy HAT STOVE IS THAT ? WHY IT'S
THE "BARLEY SHEAF". Something NEW,
and SUCH AN OVEN! Bakes beautiful ;
it's a joy to any household; lake In a whole
steer at once; size of oven for No. 9, 2U' "x2I'
xl5 Inches. Only by
PARKER & TAYLOR.
PURE WHITE OIL. J mch 17
CHOICEST & FRESHEST
obtainable. For tho Lenten season j
New Catch EXTRA MESS MACKEBEL
i 1 .1
' ELEGANT PICKLED SALMON,
. I " I I
BONELESS CODFISH A HAKK.
Our Itoyster's Candy
excels all others lo PURITY. No terra-alba'd
lndlgestiblcs. No glucose or other foreign In-
f I !
gredient3 are u?ed In Its manufacture. We ad-
I i ' i.
rise atrial box; will guarantee Jts effective
ness. .' I- :
P. L. BRIDGEBS & CO.
11D North Front St.
JJAS OPENED ITS OFFICE AT 119 Prln
cess st. The Secretary will receive subscrin.
a 1 . .
nous anu assessment on stocs eacn uav be-
a. - 1 . .MA A . ,
iwcen mo uoure 01 4 ana t o ciock, p. m.
- ,4 T- M- CHESTER, Prcst
men 11 01 iiii
1884. Easter. ! 1884.
! i l-'l
Munds Bros. & DeRosset
rjlAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING tljat
they have a few exquisitely HAND PAINT-
' ' I .' 'i hi .
ED EASTER CARDS, which they Will be
i i -
pleased to sliow ttelr numerous customers
The same degree of excellence displayed In . C
their.Chrlatmaa Cards, for which existed such
a nattering demand, will be obterved In these.
as It Is the purpose of this!
hand painted goods.
Arm to lead Jin fine
I mch 13
office in this city
purchaser is requested to call at tho
Postoflice for information.
Rachel Kelly, colored, was before tho
Mayor this morning, charged with dis
orderly conduct. She was found guilty
and a fine of $5 was imposed, in de
fault of which she was sent below for
30 days. .
There was the usual gathering at tho
corner of Front and Market streets j this
afUrnoon. Tho people began to. collect
soon after 1 o'clock and the throng con
tinued to swell until ihcre were several
hundreds in attendance.
. We have received from Mr. P.
Heinsbergcr a beautiful song and chor
ns entitled "Come to my Arms, Norah
Darling," composed and sang by Mr.
Charles Konollman, the popular vocal
ist. It is not dlQcnit, bnt has a very
pleasing melody well soiled to the
words. Price 35 cents.
witn Dnsy lite.: ine liags oi every
nation will- deck and beautify the
of ' the noble
wisdom. even the wisdom which cometh ton will reich out its arms of commerce.
.1, frn.,1 nhnvr " I iiwl uuij ivj ..cawsiu xwiui
A postal note for two dollaas, payable cucation and tbe supreme im- glrfc waters
in New York, was bought at the Post- ponccof "getting the best of all (jape Feart
office in this city on Nov. C8th. The micinm ot-nn thf nvic(lrm which Cometh ton will reich out
The Hibernian Association, of this
city, celebrated the 18th anniversary
of their organization loalay by march
ing from their hall to St. Thomas1
Church, where divine services were
held appropriate to the Association and
tho occasion. After the services were
concluded, they returned to their hall
and proceeded to tho election ot officers
to servo for the ensuing year with tbe
President F. H. Darby.
Vice President D. O'Connor.
Hon. Vice President James Reiily.
Treasurer L. Brown.
Secretary Jas. Cor belt.
AssH Secretary Wm. Sheehan.
Tbe Association decided to gi?e a
grand ball on the night of Eastern Monday.
but across the Blue Ridge and Alleghan
ies to the fertile regions of Tennessee
and the broad and favored domains
of Ithe Father ol2 Waters. oThc
beautiful State of Franklin, the daugh
ter of North Carolina, once oura i in
political dependence, will again be
bound to'us by iron chains of com
merce. Wilmington can then compete
with her great sisters North and South
for the foreign traffic of the Western
States. Iiv all means let WilmiO'rion
awake, let the whole country awake i
t- the importance of thi3 work.
j Dr. F1 C. Miller comes to the front
to-day in a new ad vertisemen t. He has
a lull stock of pure drugs and fancy
goods, which are to be sold at close
prices, and will also display a beautiful
line of Easter cards.
i - -
Silver Plated' T Spoons. Forks and
Knives of best quality, and at manu
facturer's prices, can be found at Ja
cobi's Hard ware Depot, t
j Sportsman's Goods.
WE HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
o f English and Belgium Breech Loaders
ever brought to this market. AUo a first
class stock of Shells, Wadding, Prlmcrs.Cart
ridge Bag3, Gun Caps, Game Bags, &c. Jn
fact we can show a stock of Hardware. Good
goods and guarantee prices.
p W. E. SPRINGER & CO.,
Successors to John Dawson A Co.,
mch 1 7 ; ! 19, 21 and 23 Market fetieet
-yyE MAKE AWNINGS OF All Kinds. Get
ur estimate before placing your order. Mat
tresses renovated, furniture upholsterod and
repaired, and the handsomest stock of FUR
NITURE, WINDOW SHADES, Ac, Ia the
city, to be sld at low down prices, by
Prang's Easter Cards.
JJECEIVED BY EXPRESS TO-DAY A
large and most beautiful assortment of
FINE PAINTED EASTER , CARDS .
They arc now on exhibition. 1'lcase call and
see them and make your select ions at -
Lire Book and MaalcJBtor,
Don't Pay Rent.
- ' w m-r uwAiaJia jtm.
X ! li rxfir-
iwniincj jurtaie, on ice insuument!
plan. In this city I have sol i over
one hundred and fifty Lou and Houses
and Lota to parties who have paid In full for
! i II-'
them, by lnstaJDicnU monthly payments.
i I ' li i I '
Also, I have a large number now ou my books,
making regula monthly payment
xm own homes and get clear of land-
THOS. C. CRAFT, Agt.,
' Furniture Dealer,
33 So. Front Street
W. & E. S. LATIMER,
Office S. E. Cor. Prlnctas and Water Sts.
jaa i - i
and will soon
Money loaned to those Vlshlng to bull !. ' I
Apply to n
mch 5 JAMES WILSON.
Home's Garden Oystprs
ARK CONCEDED TO BE THE I BEST.
They are to be had only at the Old jN'orth
State Saloon, Ko6,bouth Front iJU I .
Ice cool Lager Beer a specialty. The beat
Whiskey and purest Wines soM In the city. I
- CIg.ra as good as the best. Call and be con
Ttnccd. ,-..- ? feb?2
JUST RECEIVED AX ASSORTMENT OF
CCP3 AND SAUCERS for decoration.
GILES A MURCHISON,
. , arorchleoa Tlotk.