frea otar fries ia on any and tU cztjecu
vxj interest du i ' T-i "-j
Tbeaaataci.the writer crust always te fa
aUied'totbe Editor. -V ; v - . .. -'(j -
CamTai!caUaiis ETist t writ tea ox oal
ocecideot the paper. "f-- ; -'
Personalities mna ba avoidei. . j
Anel H u especially and paxtlcatarly and v
too4 liiat la Editor docs not always eadoi
the Ttcra of corrcspontlcnU talcsa o state
Icthoodltorlal coimaaa. j J I
i" tae rAir
at the above
WILMINGTON. N. 0.-. TUESDAY. MARCH 18. 1884.
fT r ' ; u. vfnny nttnpnpcr
u 'Ji ------ -
...i t:.r house in Hal
AC'1 ,) U",i,e Wi,h!,riM
fff-r?5'"' ,s, iil Saturday
lf n: ..ol -J '"( ilwo ,Ufr'r,,l Hilti J
i . -
;a fjr.rL.v01iUc-on!y asso-
c a ' v ;n that btaic
.... .. . i;-v' . . .. .
hi i'ruiiia now.
TircJccr.can m.nislcr at
S'V -:cl nn invitation to
. . . :...ri ,l a cbcm
gj. j f vv cents
ua ia lauer. t-1 r a u
j., Ui J . h seDUine cow
ss the first place in wl
the weeca bc worn u.u .vww.
I . mi, ift Vcw York World
,aj$ till ArchV.bop Gibbous, on bun
j, la,:. cdai al the Cathedral m
return l:oa Kos:c. anJ tho announce
uc:ia:tewcu!J deliver a uiessage
from He fVr drew an enormous ccn-
rrs:;. a. Ia statins of the imprcs-.-,.!
n 'rfil uf irsuni and
x,UetaunmCu - -
Le vi::rd wen his admiration. The
Jinrtrinz iwLrcssioh misht remain in
tlemicdi of some that lives of the
Cardinals were easy and inactive, but
cotLir.'s could be taoro at variance from
tie truth. Tkcy were tho hardest
w,,rl.s! tJlleiali in Home. Nutwitfc-
i-J.n too pomp which surrounded
tta tii pebhe occasions, they led sim
r'c Uti :a the sanctuary, and some oi
tio fiiivd lives of the greatest aus
terity. The Archbishop said that he had
th:i interviews with the Holy Father
icJitatno osc cculd spend half an
hour ia his prcstrcc without thanking
;1 tor srauUsi to llis.Churchsoreat
a jr.:.tl. "In mj f:ra, iatenriew," con
ticui the Archbishop, "he remarked
to rac: I don't like harsh and sevcro
ncaj.:as; I i!;shkc anathemas and I
prefVr toaJdrcsS tiyM.'if to the iatelli
ijeca cl the world, as
Vicar 1 1 Christ I desire to
draw a!! su!s more closely to
cur ccniaioa Master; I am a debtor J
to all the churches, and I have special
sol;c.tu!e for the church of your own
n: a cd beloved country, whose spin
itoal rrr cs gives rue much consola
ticn. Notwithstanding bis advanced
se and his delicate frame, the Pope is
iaifatinb!e in his labors ; sometimes
tie atd Pontiff continues bis labors
i!oe until raidai ht. The Pope asked
especially af.cr the welfare of the
eicrchia America, and sent bis bless-
The raxipts of cotton at this port to
IiJ fa tup V bales
ilr.Joha Taylor left thi uiornins
fcr the Xonbcra markets. He will bo
tcsi two weeks, daring which time
he will c a as far Post as Poston and as
far West as Chicago, lor the purchase of
A grand conevrt of vocal and instru
actial cusig will bo given at the
Opra Uoase by some of the amateur
ct this city sometime in the early
Apri'.. The date is not yet fixed,
cocctr, willbc under the supervision
4territd.rectioa of Mrs. M. P.
. Jkf wtlch ij a guarantee that it
be a musical treat of rare excel
Jc. The proceeds will bo for the
fct ef the Wilmington Library As
oc:ation, which, aside from the rich
tt&iic, should be afficieot incentive
.'aa boy ate a bar of soap.
a loi of cold soda and went to bed
f cart his cold. The dotor had a
wvl time to pull him through, but tho
. 7 ??K, J the next time ho catches
cud he will use Dr. Bull's. Cough
lf Ja cccd a real good first class
choking stove, doa't fall to see tho Ex
or Pcaa Zeb. Vance and New
-crx!d, beside others. They arc to
t fj-d at factory prices at Jacobs,
bo u the mmalcturcB, agent, t
. fjn Saturday
ly':hlr'" the Lirth
rfhu U Itc house-wear of
K S Ft
UCU TiTstW iOViSTIStMEilTS.
-Ill JIKLTOX Thai luxt ,
wa M lUrs, .lr !'i!c ilect j
KtlxsiiSKOl.R Sl'in'Urd Organs
VM Wi.LK.i-rof Smlthvlllc Court (
Howard Rclf Fire Engine Comparer
C W YATKtClifai Sttn'laM Worijs
j M: i: K akci.k-Spring II.it and Eonncu
wi:ms i;n . A ik:;o;set tailor t. .trJ3
'c:u:t I the Con iiionof the- First Nt'Kn:il
Hank f Wilniinton, N C ,
Spring txnli aro arriving Iriciy now.
The Inferior Court of Duplin county
is in session this week.
Hon. Walter L. Steele, of Hocking
bam, was in the city to day. 1
Mr. A.D.IJIa-rk.of Kcnunovilie. Dup
lin. county, was in the city to-day.
No more amusements at the Opera
House utitil the CG!h, to morrow week.
Gcr. barque Louise Witharils,
Ebrucke, hence, for Stettin, passed
Duncnsrs March 15th.
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Kx-Sheriff Black, who is now Princi-I
pal ot tho Academy at Point Caswell,
was in tho city yesterday. j
The Ircisbt and passenger traffic on
all the railroads leading out ot thi3
city still contiuc3 immensely large.
Mr. II. Kcnoicott. advance acnt for
the Ucnlz-Santlcy Troupe, 13 in the city,
ni akin? tho necessary preparations for
tho appearance cf tho company on the
26th iast. j
Capt. MotierMcIntiro left thi3 morn
in? for the North. Ho expected to set
clV yesterday moraiiig, hut was unwell
on Sunday, and was therefore compelled
to wait until to-day.
Intercotias to Fishermen: The cele-
bnilcd lirand Gillins thread i
olJ OBly at jAC0Bl.5. , ii0 U the Im
Mr. Julius Samscn.j who has been
with us lor several months past leaves
here to night lor New York, where his
family reside- Mr. Samson is resident
in New Y'ork but speeds his time alters
oatcly in that city anl Wilmington. He
will return hero in this Summer.
Unmailablo matter, addressed as fol
lows, icaiains in tho Postollice in this
Emperor Cobb, care Sam Chinnis,
Fannie Hayncr, 301 Duyard st.; Calvin
Fletcher, caro Luther McLain; Arthur
Itobcson, 131G Wood St.; Miss Luc
Chasseur McNeil; La Southing, in cure
ItT Davis, box 13.
lCciuovcd to Charlotte.
Mr. Walter Taliaferro, of this city,
has removed to Charlotte, vheio he will
cuter into busincs3 lor himself as a pro
ducc broker. He left last night lor his
new home. Mr. Taliaterro is a young
gcutlenian of excellent business and so
cial" qualifications, and we commend
him to the kind ofliccs of the hospitable
and enterprising Charlottcsc, along
with our best wishes for hi3 success.
City Court. I
The following cases were disposed of
by the Mayor this morning:
Itobert Devose. a colored boy about
twelve years of age. for throwing rocks
tn the street, was fined $1, in default of
which be was scut below for 10 days.
James McNeill, colored about
thirteen years old, for larceny, was re
quired to give a bond in the sum o
S10O for his appearance at the next
term of the Criminal Court, in default
ol which he was committed, j
There w?s one tramp, a colored man
who claimed to be a minister of the
gospel, applied for lodgipg at police
headquarters last night. Ho said that
he was Irom Georgia, and: was bound
to Duplm county, but that, while in
Sonth Carlina. he tell among thieves
who stole his purse, but did not filch
from him his pood name Mine host''
of tho Hotel de Police." gave him the
necessary accommodations and sent
him on his way rejoicing'-1
It is worth while for one to strol 1
down to the New Market to-morrow
and see that beautiful Sampson county
beef offered for sale there ty Messrs
Meltoa and Hays. Even if you don't to
buy go and look at that becf. Mr
Peterson, who brought it here, says
that he has been driving beeves to
Wilmington for tho past 33 years and
he has never yet scca any to beat it.
llr. Meltoa has also two carloads of
Lmountaia b find .willbc ia gooVi sup
ply lor weeks to come.
Mis? Cornelia Patl rick, who reaideson
Castle. 'between Front and Surry streets,
wa mide tho victim of a btir?;!arj lasi
ni'hl. Ilcr nxai was catered and tLc
sji:: uf 20 waa taken frni tLo pocket
ol her dress, which was h.anins in the
ro-;iu. Miss Pad rick kn:w nolhin o!
Ijer uu'.il thii u:ornng, when -hc
discovered that the money was mbsing.
The burliircflected un entrance into the
room through :f window in the recrand
there is no clue r.3 to hi3 identity.
l Voting 3Irs. Winthrop.
There was a a. fair audience at the
Opera House hist niht tovilncss the
above named jdny by the Madison
bquaro l licatro uompany, anu uiosc
who did attend were gratified by the
appearance of au excellent troupe in an
exquisitely pathetic and interesting play.
The characters were all impersonated
with that case, finish and attention to
detail which make :he play! a realism.
It was so well acted that it became not
a play, but a lesson, which thousands
in thi3 busy world of ours would do
well to learn and put. in practice.
The music lor thcoccasion4 especially
the first two pieces, was excellent.
Tho City Hospital.
Some very much needed additions
and improvements arc riow in progress
at the City Hospital which, when com
pleted, will add materially to the con
venience of tho establishment and to
rhe comfort and welfare ol the patients.
A new ward, 05 feet long and 25 feet
wide, is in course of construction, which
will giw) room for 12 cots besides, two
bathrooni3, water closets &c. A piazza
will be extended the length of the
building and a more convenient dispen
sary and operating room will be fitted
up. Tbcic improvements will bo of
great utility and benefit, yet they will
not asswer all tho requirements to
make a perfect hospital, such as a
city ot Wilmiugton's importance should
boasc. The plans of thoie now in pro
gress were prepared by Mr. James F.
Post, who has the supervision of the
The Modern Atro
For April opens with an interesting
story by Cauivct, entitled "Sosthenes
Barel." "A New View of Mormonism"
is by an English Member of Parliament
aud gives the side ol the case favorable
to the Mormons. "Tho Story of a
Genius" is concluded in thi3 number,
and proves it to be a most powerful and
interesting piece of fiction. Mario, the
great tenor, 13 agreeabiy written cf in
an ailiclo of some hWgtu. - Sentenced
to Spitzbergen" i3 a thrill
ing story by Alarcon. tho ; Spauish
writer who is just becoming known in
this country. "Banqueting: from a
Reporter's Standpoint" is a gossipy des
cription of public banquets in England.
The number contains two poems, one
by Robert Browning and the other by
R. 1). Blackmorc, the author ol "Lorna
Doone." The editorial departments
are even better than usual, and the
prizes are awarded for the second "Ex
animation Papcr3." CO Lafayette
Place. New York City. $l.C0 per an
num. Tho State Exposition.
A meeting has been called lor to -morrow
at 12:30 o'clock in the Produce
Exchange to hear the representatives of
the Exposition present this cause to our
people. Tho members of the Board of
Trade, the Chamber oj Commerce and
th3 Produce Exchange, as well as our
business men generally, arc invited to
It is evident from the interest shown
by a very respectable number of im
portant counties in the State that this
Exposition will be an affair ol great
importance to North Carolina and one
jn which the people ol Wilmington
should become deeply interested.
Wilmington i3 the most important city J
in North Carolina and should be better
known bv her. people. Wc have much
to show that will be really attractive to
the people ot middle and western North
Carolina, besides we should take pains
to show to outsiders what our resources
A great exhibit from Wilmington
w;ll do more to promote ii proper
amount of public spirit among bur citi
zen3 than any other means wc can cm
ploy Wc hope the visit ot Messrs Primrose
aQ(3 Fric3 may result wc oeiiCVe i
wiil, ia deepening the interest now be-f
ginnins to be felt in this most, important
work. 1 .
Wo invito the attention of our citizens
to the fact that first auality shirts arc
being made to order at one dollar at the
WHmington Shirt Factory. j tl:
NEW AD VEUTISE3IENTS
Are You in Want of Spring Clothing
of any Description ?j
IF SO DO l&ST WASTE VALUABLE TIME BUT COME AT ONCE TO
supply your wants from our Mammoth Stock. We . will never deceive you.
Every suit, garment or article that wc carry is solid, perfect and durable. We
will not keep or Offer for sale goods of any class or inj any line that wc cannot
j honestly guarantee as well worth, in wear and tear, a'4 th'.t they cost yon. We
buy large. y, bht we buy judiciously. We buy to suit our .trade, and our Irade
consists of all classes,- and our prices sell our goods. When wc say that wc sell
on'y Clothing equal to the finest custom-made work and that every garment sold
is itKi'fttnUol io be exactly as represented or tho money will be. refunded, wc
' . " ' - -
mean just' v. hut' wc say, and every jrd of our fjuariilcc can be depended upon
an surti V us a 'ocemment loud, and that our prices are lie lowest in tin city, lio
body doubts, for instance, that wc are now selling a beautiful, all, wool sUiit at
$8 really worth $12.50; all-wool Pants at &2 worth $i5.r0; a very good
pair Pants at $1 worth; ivl .(). Finally, a man, however light his porsO, wiil
always be welcomed by
THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER,
114 EVJAUfCET ST.
St. Patrick's .Day.
Ycstertlay.as was noted in our paper,
was duly celebrated hcreas St.Patrick's
Day, and it is not too late to-day to
publish a few interesting items relative
to this patron saint which wc gleam
trom au exchange:
The least of St, i Patrick, or J St.
Patrick's day, is observed with great
reverence by the Irish people, he being
the patrou saint of the Emerald Isle,
and the legendary accounts of the bene
(its bestowed on that land by him are
interesting, and reverently cherished ;
among other good things done, jie is
credited with having banished snakes
from that soil, and it is believed by
some that Irish soil will prove fatal to
the snake that may venture upon it
even when brought across the water to
snake productive America. And a story
is told of a court of justice having sub
mittcd an important trial of ownership
to an island, in dispute between Jan
Irish claimant and a Scotch or Eng
lishman, to the arbitrament of snakes.
The difficulty of arriving at the laot as
to whether the island was1 Irish terri
tory or not wa3 so" great that a solution
seemed improbable if not impossible.
Finally, tho generous nature of the
Hibernian exhibited itself in a propo
siton to have a number of snakes
placed on the island and if they thrived
and did well the land did not belong to
Ireland and he would relinquish his
claim. But if they sickened and died
then his ownership was to be acknowl
edged. ; ,
The trial was made by consent ot the
court; the snakes, some three dozen in
number, were placed on tho island and
in a very short time were all dead, and
tho Irishman's claim was never again
Another story is told that a ship
crossing the ocean having fin board a
boa constrictor, with other! reptiles and
animals for a museum in this country,
was blown near the Irish cbast and the
storm subsiding was left bec3 lined for
some days before getting out to sea
again. The huge snake became sick
vbile there amfby tho time New York
was reached, life was extinct and his
appearance in tho museum was only
after the sliia had received the careful
touch ot the taxidermist.
It is said that when St. Patrick first
visited the Island as a missionary, he
found the doctrine ot the Holy Trinity
the most difficult to be comprehended
of all the Christian belief, and after
various attemois. he plucked a sprig cf
three leaved clover and by this simple j
means illnslratcd the idea ot the .b ather,
the Son and the Holy Ghost, as three in
one, by the three leaves joined in the
stem of the branch of : clover, and thus
explained to them that doctrine now
held in holy reverence by a larg'j part
of the Christian world and yet is con
fessedly one of difficult explanation.
Silver Plated Spoons, Forks and t
Knives of best quality, aud at manu
facturer's prices, can be found at JA-j
com s Hardware Depot. t
HOWARD BELIEF FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
4 TTENTION MEMBERS Yoa ! arc hereby
J. notified that there will be a burial meet
ing of your Company tomorrow evening at '
o'clock, at our Engine Hall, for the purpoc of
having measures taken for oar new uniforms.
Honorary members, wishing new uniform,
arc requested to attend.
By order of the President.
. J. G. L. GIE5CHES.
mch in It Ree. Scct'y.
PC LOU BET A COMPANY,
4 In Solid WaJaut Case.
These arc the best Crgscs made, and in
price lower, for the sac grade, than any
other home Ia the State can o2"ci Organs.
A fresh aupply just received, and fold only
mch la lire Book and Mualc Store.
rjUIAT FINE SAMPSON COUNTY BEEF,
which attracted. 0 much attention,, on the
streets last week, 13 now on sale- at my Stalls.
It will be cut up to-morrow. It U the i
shown ia Wilmington la ten years, aa all who
see it admit. ""Customers will please
and Icayc orders for choice cuts.
Just received two car loads of SPLENDID
MOUNTAIN BEEF, whiih will be ofl'ercd
j ' f
from day to dayj ao well as FP.ESII MEATS
of all descriptions. -i-b"
mchlSSt J. II. MELTON.
Report of tlie Condition
QF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
WILMINGTON, at Wilmington, in the State of
North Carolina, at the close of business
March IT, 11: j
Ixsan-i and discounts $73,020 ifc
U. s. Bonds t secure ciivulittion... 50,000 0(3
Other blocks bonds, and mortgages 5S,'21)7 70
Due from ajiroved reserve agents. . Ilo.uu; 'M
Dye from other National Banks (5
Due. from State Banks and hankers. 2, 'Ml
Iteal estate, furniture, and fixtures. 7i,72S 4G
Current expenses-ami taxes paid 4,480 .'..)
Bills of other Banks,. . - Sf ,7?f 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels, j -
and pennies. . : .i. -11 2S
Specie ! 70.S51) 00
Legal tender notes.' '.'9,000 t 0
Eedeniptien fund with U. S. Treas
urer, 5 per ceat of circulation 2,'J.iO CO
Due from U. S. Treasurer, other"
than " per ct. redemption fund. . . . 30,000
ntal l,!-::.),! 01
Capital htock paid in....
. 5.1,74" bi
. 4 1, '.UK) 00
1, 4S4 50
National Bank notc$ outstanding. ..
Dividends unpaid. . J ... ,
Individual deposits feubject to check 2-.",7S.! G.'
Demand certiiicates'of deposit tt,M 11
Due to other National Banks. . 20,754 M)
Due to State Banks and bankers. . - - l,:JiJ 0G
Notes and bills re-discounted 123,900 24
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Cot'Mv or New IIaovjli:, ss. )
I, A. K. WALKEE, CashidrJ of the above
named bp.uk, do solemnly swcar that the above
fctatcincut i.? true to the best of my knowledge
A. K. WALKER, -Cashier.
i;bscr"bcd and sworn to before me this 17th 1
day of March, 1
A. J. HOWELL,
Not trr Public.
Correct Attest :
E. E. BURRU.S. )
D. G. WORTHi )
;h h Star copy '
The "Old Hickory"
11 ARM WAGON, CARRIAGES, BUGGIE?,
. Carts, Drays. Buggy Harne-s. Carriage
ilarness, Eockaway Harness, Truck Uarneas,
Cart and Dray Harness, Collars, Hames,
Blind Bridles, Trunks of all kinds, Basra, Suets
aud Satchels. Repairing promptly doce by
McDOCGAI-L A 15GWDENJ
Next to D- A. t-mlth's Furniture Store.
mch 17 ; j
W. & E. S. LATIMER,
omo S. E. Cor. Princes and Water Sis.
jao 7 ' , l -;
I Shad. Shad.
"gUCK AND EOE SHAD IS ABUNDANCE.
Send orders to - - -1
' W. E. DAVIS SON.
Proprietors of the only regularly
mch 1 i caUbUahed Fishery In this section
For Smithvilie Courts
I70i;THK ACCOilMODATION" OF jPER
. s as Icairln2 to attrmi t nrt t ifh
vsilc ilc nr.w anU fasttcam racht Louise will
V"""'' llomlay next, 'lth Inst., leaTO
W2l.-uiccnn st v o'clock, a. m. . Itettunlnz,
teaye M!thvii:c a3 o'clock, p. ta. 1 f
rr f roteat or pissae apply on I'oanlL ,
'achl?- . j Agent acd Owner.
SP1UNG'STYI,ES ! j
H at s an d Bonnets
rilllE LADIES OY WIISll S'GTOl 1 AUE
X... I : , ; j , ( is
h-. rchy notliici that l havo this day VccehW
an invo!i e of Sprlns lints ami lonuct9, chi
uracmpr all tbc latest styles and patterns, f
A call anJ an cxnnilnatl-n U respectfully
solk'Hc!. . ; . U' ... , j .
MISS E. KAEREk;
"ich is Exchauzc Corner
rize Beef I i
M Y 1T. ESD3 AND THE PUBLIC AUE
re-cctfully cowled iliatt Vill jhivc on ea!e
ji to morrow, and every day thin week,1
FINE SAMPSON COUXTY BEEF,
oron;u ncro iast weex uy nr. Everett Peter,
son. Jt Is the best B:eX tbal Im'tccnlo W1I;
mizgtfja ia ten years. Fa(jt t
C;U1 and see it and leave order.
Respect fully. ' - '
wai. jM. UAYtf. Jr
StallNfo. i, Jscwilarkct
mch IS It
Executor's " Notice.
HAVING QUALIFIED JVS EXECUTOR of
the List will an 1 testament of Rachacl A.
Las-arti3, notice la hereby given to nil person!
having claims against her estate to present the
same tonic on or before the 19th February, 1.1.
Ii. E. CALDER,
feb 10 lawCw tnes , Executor
Sakes Alive !
HAT STOVE IS THAT? WIIYJT'8
THE "BARLEY flIIEAF". Some thing NRV,
and SUCH AN OVEN I Babes beautiful!;
It's a joy to any household; lake in a whole
steer at once; size of oven for Ko. 9, SOxl'.i
xl5 Inches. Only by I
PARKER A TATLOE.
PURK WHITE Oil- j mch 17
tlTE HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
Englisli and Belgium Broech Loaders
ever brought to thla market. Also a first-
class stock of Shells, Wadding, Prlmcrs.Cart
ridge Bags, Gun Caps, GamoJBagfl, Ac. In
fact wc can show a btock of Hardware. Good
goous ana guarantee price. i
W. E. SPJUNGEK 1 CO..
accea3ora to John Dawson & Co.,
mch n 19. 21 and 23 Market 8Ucct
When the Painless Tooth
lT7 XT R ACTOR WITH HER GILDED Chart-
JLJ oi BUiiii liiivo Kiiuuu iiuui, uur uiiUBb nun
tlie pcoj)lc have ouc more realized jthe truth
of the ancient proverb : "All Is not ! gold that
gutters,? don't forget tho old rellaLle ttand
where all the standard Drugs, SuuklrlCB, Toilet
and Fancy Articles can be had at! rcaconablc
rates. AUo a fine line of EASTER CARDS.
F. C. MILLER'S Dm Store, I
mch 17 Corner Fourth and Nun sfi
Slate of North Carolina;
New Hanover Caunty.
W. R. Kenan and
W B. McKoy, Assignee of T. II. McKby, and
Nollce to Creditors to file claims. , ij
i I I
Pursuant to an order of the !8upcrlor Court
of New Hanover County, made in the jabove
entitled action, which Is a creditor' blllbr
Plaintiffs in behalf of themselves and all other
creditors of Thomas 11. McKoy. who Iflhall
come in and contribute to the exjensca of the
action, the undersigned, Befcrco appointed
for the purpose, hereby notifies all creditors
of Thomas IL McKoy to apnear jbefore him at
ids oflice in tho City of Wilmington and file
evidences of their respective claims on or be
fore the 14 th day of April, 1884, or they will pc
forever barred from any and all claim upon
tho cslatc of the said T. H. McKdy.
I A. Ii. UJCAUD,
feb l.)-6w tr.es
Munds Bros. & DeRosset!
rpAKE PLEASURE IS A N NO UNCING that
they have a few cxoulaitcly HAND rADiT
ED EASTER CARDS, which tncy.WiU be
p?cacd.!o ehTx ttclr nume rous customers.
l!hc same degree of cxccllcnc3 displajjcd In
their Clirlstinas Cards, for which existed inch
a (Uttering demand, willbc obfCrjred In tketC,
as It Is the rmnOKe of thla firm to lcul In fire
j hand painted goods.
Don't Pay Rent.
T3UILDING Lots in desirable h -
localities for f ale, on tic liatmentj f
plas. In this city I have sold ovirl''ll
one hundred and fifty Lot and lionises
Aiiil TxL to ia.rtl trim hmn ruttil fr full far
them, br lnstaJmcnts montaly payments.
Ako.I bare a Large number cow cm my books,
who are making regular monthly payment
aw! will soon own homes and get clear of lanH-
l-rd rule. ; i
Motey loaned to those wlahlng to bufld. i
- Apply to .. 1 j
mciiS - JAMES WILSONj 1
I Hdne's Garden Oysters
ARE CONCEDED TO BE THE BEST.
X. They xi 3 to be haJ only at tae uw -onfl
State Safoon, Ko- 6, South 1 ran t St. f
- Ice cool Lager Beer a epeelalty. Ths best -Whiskey
and purest Wines sold la the city.
Clgirs as rood as the bett. Call and be con -
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