nv!l POSTAGE PAIR
Oat month, cents.
a' ..7.. ,rri by earlier. free
ar Prt of the city. at the above
ftM. oria cc aa.l Hbcrsi.
will rrrort J fa
, receive idwv-
tZ-rL Vxiy has the largest
t , H U eirculatton. of any newspaper
. ..wine iiznu - r
top of ihc Walion Monument.
iry-e hai th Mormon churches
thin a dozen Mormon preach-
P-erMin Catholic clergy no longer
-r-emation which is becoming
TTbctisbu stood admirably tho
r ,v...U anil
, -..nr teal 01 a. iuuSu u w
,Jher proof that the world
we may mention tho fact that a
?or fixht hu been stopped by tho
w ,Yxt in Chicaso.
The electric libu on tho high masts
.... Cal.. can be distinctly
jeeafroatheUUoJof San Clcmento.
tlglij niles oat at fees.
O J Uzdoais said to be fast disap-.
Bcsrioc Quaint old fifteenth century
cisjiosJ are beta demolished to make
rooa for podern structures.
SpcalerCarUi'.c receives the largest
- ill of any member of CoDgress. Mr.
Monte. Mr. Randall, and Terry
Boaostia the order named.
A rtsolstioa ha been adopted by the
Ccerzsal church of Wallingiord.
Ceso-. trbidiiog the members "to
dr.sk lorcf any sort except hard
VOL. VIII. WILMINGTON. N. C. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26. 1884.
Hcrrifos;ijamost inviting leader.
lie ciTj coa his followers to press
cs miih lie black flagoi famine ahead.
asJ lo plant their standard on the
rsiei of palaces.1 But il famino .is
beaJ. they caa eat the ruins uf pala
Itii extremely probablo that Bis
xn&rck would now ask some ot the
American pork packers to dinner if
thej should go over there. But they
crobabW wouldn't accept unless he
agreed to keep raw German pork off his
The fame o! Longfellow is becoming
world-wide, as it should and must. It
is noi by any means confirmed to
couutries in which the language in
which he wrote is known and used
The poet gave to Lnglish literature
much that had been written in other
tongues, -and in return hia own poems
hare bevn tran3.ated into every language
which liR3 cither a literature or a read
ing population, j ironi the emperor of
Brazil a liberal contribution has been
made to a Longfellow memorial, and
this contribution, we arc told, "heads a
long subscription of Brazilian gentle
ISDEI TO HEW ADVIBTISEMEHTSJ
C W Yates-Look Boys ,
IlEIXSBERGKB New Goods
Cbonlt A Moiiris Kof Sail
Geo M. Ceai o.v, Agt-Has ArrlveU
Mu.nds Urjs. & DeUosset Soda Water
Th receipts of cotton at thfs port tc-
day fo' tup 131. bales
IScw moon to-morrow nmrning at
31 minutes after midnight. j
The buds on the trees and blossoms
on flowering plants have developed re
markably'witbin tho las; few days.
For Flower Pots and Hanging Bas
kets call at the 5 and 10 Cents Store,
No. 16 South Second street. f
The funeral of tho lato Mrs. Stewart,
at Smithville, yesterday, was very large
ly attended, quite a numder of tba
citizens of this city bing present.
The Ilentz-Santley troupe, consisting
of 17 persons, arrived on this morning's
train, and registered at the Purcell
Houso. They will appear at tho Opera
Houso to-night. I
The Union Meeting of the Eastern
lsaptist Association will convene at
Kinston. Lenoir Co., on Friday, the 23th
inst. and continue until Sunday, the
30th inst. '
Frnce OrJoX who has been the Has
ilin Minister to Franca since 1572, acd
who now goes to Berlin, has presented
his letters ul recall. The French jour
c&Is express sjmpatby and regret at his
Senator Sabin, chairman of the Ho
pablicaa Executire Committee, dis
caui&z the Presidential question, says
that a cociiaation brought about by
machine infiaccces will be) of no value
whatever." These are fateful words
far Mr Arthur.
I: is dow charged that. a former
Board of Commissioners of tho Dis
trict of CoMmbia is "short" about $3.
300,000 of the public money, "unac
counted for." "Well, why should this
xcite surprise? Why should Con
peJ bother itscll about such a trifle?.
The people of Sedgwick county, Kan
sas, hare sent a train of forty cars
loaded with corn and beautifully deco
rated, to the flood sufferers or Cincin
nati, in return for charity extended
hea they were suffering from a plague
of trauhoppers. The grain is worth
The Poet Lauretta has thus snubbed
a person who sent him a notice o! his
lorijhip'i adf: -Lorj Tennyson is
oach oUited to Mr. Henry Komeike
for his iaclosure, but such notices do
cotiateresthim;so hobegsMr. Rom
r.U not to uke the trouble of sending
tia any more."
For Pure White Lead & Paints, and
biggest stock of Window Glass and
lowest prices for good articles bo sure
fo ro to Jacobi's Hardware Depot, t
mere was no stoim ol any couse-
quence at Smithville last night, although
thQ weathcr'had a threatening aspect.
There was a lteht rain, but nothioci
moro than a gentle wind.
After the storm of last night, the
weather cleared off this morning and
tho sun shone out cheerfully to drv ud
tho mud and water with which nearly loS3. bul wc would not hc surPriscd to
Tho Storm, j
Before dark yesterday the clouds be-
gau to assume, a threatening look, ins
dicalin heavy showers, and as the
hourj advanced into night tho cloud3
rolled up in great black 'Volumes show-,
ing that a. storm was impending. At a
few minutes after 11 o'clock, p. m , the
rain began to fall in torrents while the
heavens were illumined by almost un
intermltting Hashes of lightning, ac
companied by the ceaseless roar ot
thunder. . At about 11 :30 o'clock hail
began to accompany the rain and for
about half an hour,' or until nearly
midnight, the heavens were a scene of
angry confusion, and the earth was
deluged with water, while the hail beat
violently upon root and window panes,
and in some instances, in exposed situ
ations, breaking the glass Wc have
seldom, if ever, seen rain fall in such
torrents as it did for about an hour
last night, nor did wo ever witness
more vivid flashes of lightning or listen
to more continuous peals of thunder.
Those streets located upon level ground
were flooded and in some instances
wero a complete sheet of water from
one side to the other, while the gutters
of those on declining ground appeared
liko a torrent escaping from con
finement. Some idea of tho vol
ume of rain may be gathered
from the lact that . the total rainfall
from 11 o'clock last night to 8 o'clock
this morning amounted to 3 8.100 inch
es, the larger portion of which fell in
tho course of an hour's time. Fortun
ately, there was not much wind unti
the severi'y of the storm had passed by,
tho maximum velocity being 19 miles
per hour, between midnight and 1
o'clock this morning. .
Many of the street crossings this
morning were badly washed, and some
of them were almost impassable in
consequence of the storm. At the cor
ner .of Third and Dock streets there
wa3 a bad "wash-out the flagstones
were removed and the place was dan-
gerous. mere aro many otner places
throughout the city in like condition and
tho street hand3 will have a plenty of
employment for several days in repair
ing damages. Tho sidewalk for a
portion of the distance between Front
and Second, on the South side of Market
street, was overflowed and the water
deluged the floors of somo of the store.
At Messrs. Hart, Bailey & Co's machine
works the water rushed in so thaE labor
was suspended to-day. Wc have as yet
heard of no very serious damage and
apt. inbon, of: the steamship
Laiefaclor which arrived to-day. from
iNew 1 or k, reports having passed the
wreck of the brigantino Iddte Todd, of
Calais, Me., 20 miles South of Fenwick
island, in 23 fathoms of water, with
her stern out of. water and her spars
floating along side.
SPRING & SUMMEE
1ST O W O 3P E 3ST I
fjca oar frfcats ca aaj aa4 all, tsfc'ccis
paeral Interest but c - .' i
ae name of taa writer mast always te.fa
aisled to tae Editor. - ( . j
; Conuanixlcatlonamuft tw written a!, eal
osscXdeol the paper. ' - 'j ; ; ,!
Personalities mutt be avoided :'
Ax4 U U especially aad partScularly end
tood that the EOltor does not always endot
tho views ot correspondents nnVfg so stats
Work of tboUail.
At filr. J. M. Ilardwick's place,
about three mile3 from tho city, the hail
of last night broke nearly all the glass
in his hoi houses and destroyed alarge
number of plants.
At Mrs. Harry Webb's conservatory.
on Market between Seventh and Eighth
streets, a igreat many panes f glass
were broken, but the damage to plants,
fortunately. wa3 inconsiderable.
At other places in tho city and vicini
ty, where there were hot houses for the
i' . i i ...
uro-uuuuu auu cany propogation of a n t a. a. tct i, t
dants and flowers, there
panes ot class broken and more or less
116 Market St.
FIRE ! FIRE I
. . I !!.
j ; 0 j.
WATER ! WATER !
Something to your Interest !
Firo ana Water-Proof
Rooihiff Paint ! I
C L. WRIGHT, AGT. FOR NORTH CAROLINA.
damage was sustained.
ELEVN GOOD REASONS FOB USI
1- It la'gtiarantced Firo! Proof. i
2. It is jruarautecd Water. Proof. !
3, It is a prcserTatlvo of wood or metaU.
it cost less than onUrary paint.
it wiuaioa no on or aciu.
. It is n ornament to any fmiming.
7. It will stop an ordinary roof
During the storm last night a water- T1,nocj
spout burst near the mouth ot Brnns- WVVWJ
wick river, about six miles Irom this
city, which carried away the bulkhead w nllC AxOO(lS or 8blflffJe ro', " leaky.) do not ko
- i iz . i w ireniy ruvrriDZ. nut nn
WATKK . r
It will not wash off or stain water.
It will not crack or scalo off.i
It Is durable, and will last lnnr thm
any other paint.
11. It will stand and cold weather. '.
Why do we imint the sides of onr buildings
atid.Meave the most expoeed part, tho roof.
which Messrs. W. E. Davis & Son had
constructed tp protect their fishery, fi-lnvna TTnciATv
nets, boats. &c Mr. TV .T. Stnhha "AUYCS, ilUMCl,
the lorcman of tho fishery, with three
employees, was in the house near by
when the water-spout burst, and all
were compelled to stay there, for some HoilSCkCGDill0,
that they could not get out. At one
time the building was in great penl of
being removed from its foundation, but
fortunately, it withstood the strain upon J(3fl ftufl BOYS Wear.
if ty nnK frri tYtf r f f fits Jnmoffto 1 I
ivy s-u uvu w vuwjvrj wa wuw iuuiutv(
LOrSClS- Iter and Fire Proof Paint, feel nolhcsitAUon
J I In BrilllT I hit a far it hns rlirin am . f
- " j "-a vr .... gii(u cnuig Bans
faction, stopping leaks where nothiinjf clso did
any good: C. II. WARWICK, 8hlnirle).
Mrs. V. J. TAYLOR, (tin). .
Mr. L. I). Mott. Jr., i J
Dear Sir. This la to certify tbat I havo ncd
your water and Fire Froof Taint on pevcral
ALL AT PRXE3 LOWEU THAN TIIEY
HAVE BEEN FOR YEARS.
And which In Texture, Wear and Durability
will give satisfaction.
Aacrdiaary Cabinet Minister soon
-aks into iosifnificanc In England
ia he retires from effice; even Mr-J-ser
Gibson, to .whom the penny
f ?rs art under enormous obligations.
that no one did so much to re
th paper daty, was scarcely
.aowa J name to the p resect genera-1-1
till! lis death occurred last
Ecropt'g population was estimated
2i&X)00 la 1857, and there wero
homed cxula to each 1.000 Inhabit
ISCJ depopulation was 273.
.ooo. but thre were only 331 horned
c to each 1.000 inhabitants, and
r 4 ttatfauoci! j increasing demand by
American beef on these
rl nnJrstand that seal-skin coaU
TjyJf corf sra increasinc among the
ailff; JT lortunite thera Is inch
E rccy as Dr. Bqirg Cough Syrup!
Kow b the tiat to girt Smith's Worm
everything had become saturated.
Tho Almanac predicted frost for to
day, but so far as our observation has
extended, their must have been a slighi
mistake in the calculation, as the
weather has been quite warm and
The W ilmington Steam Fire Ens
gmc, XSo. I.; celebrated its 15th anni'
vcrsary this morning by a trial practice
in front of the Engine House. There
as no public display, no dinner and
speeches were not in order.
It is learcd that Iiev. C. M. Pay no, of
tho Campbell Street l'resbyterian
Church may be induced to accept the
pastoral charge of the church ol Con
cord to which he has been invited. He
i n i .1.. :u u;
nas suuercu mucn rcceuujr wuu mg
eves, and tne physicians recommend
a change, hoping thereby that hc may
hear that other localities sullereu more
severely than wc did. as the storm
center was evidently outside ot the
The "doctor woman," who has been
talking in French and pulling teeth in
every known language for the last
week, departed last night, ostensibly anj means that his table shall be equal
The extensive and expensive additions
and alterations which aro being made
by Mr. J. D. Sublett, in this seaside
resort are fast approaching complete
tion and when fiuished will make the
Hotel Drunswick one of the most at
tractive seaside Summer resorts ou the
Atlantic Coast. It is expected that the
new payiliou will be completed by the
5th of May. and that the hotel will be
finished and ready for occupancy by the
I5th of the same month. Air. Sublett
intends that no expense shall be spared
in making this a first class hotel in
every respect, and to give it that excel-
lenco with which he will only be satis
fied, he has engaged a prolessional cook
and baker from New . i ork who will
superintend their several departments.
He has also made arrangements to nave
his meats shipped direct from that city.
The Fre this Morning-.
At anout i:ia o'ciock this : morning.
ana out a snort time alter the severe
storm of rain and hail bad ceased . fiit
was discovered, in a warehouse in
which lime was stored, immediately in
the rear of Messrs. Chess-Carley Co's
storehouse, on North Water street.
The warehouse was occupied by Messrs
E. G. Barker & Co., and it was the
second time within the last three years
that a fire has occurred in the same
place. Aboat 1,200 barrels of limo
were stored in the building which
were totally consumed and the
building was seriously damaged, The
loss on the lime, which was about $1
800, was fully covered by insurance in
the Norih American Ins. Co,, represent'
ed in this city by Messrs. DeUosset &
Northrop. The building, which is the
property of Mr. W. B. Noye3, and
of which Mr Alfred Martin is the
agent, was insured to the amount ol
represented here by Mr. Samuel for Sprillff AmUSemeilt I
iiUiUJiup. a lit: lusuiautc uii luc uuuu
ing will probably cover the loss. .
r4 . -m
mOOUS. leaky roofs, and since they were painted with
? I VAll lHll ttlAT hnirA si t . I . , .1.
J v uun iuvj ai.it u IIUI lllki!U Mkl nil. 1
cheerfully recohimend tho "Mott'a paint" as
the lest roof paint I ever naw. T" I
! DANIEL RAIIILY.
L. D. Molt. Jr., Esq. j j
Dear Sir: Your Water Proof Paint, tiscd on
my kitchen and stable rooffl,j?lvc entire iatls
f action. ) Doth of these roofs leaked badly, and
since you applied your Paint I And no leaks,
and we have had, since tho work was done,
some heavy rains. 1 take it I am but doles
you justice, as well as your Paint, to nay
that I consider It a first-class Roofing Paint.
TI1I4 Paint. K.n liv rair (HroW fnr am I n. It-r,-, n n
of the Public Property CommUteo of this
City, applied to a part of one of the Market
Houses, und It gave entire satisfaction.
E. A. OOODWYN.
Mr. L. D. Mott, Jr. It is with plcasiro
that I add to the tcatlmony of tho cxccllencr
nir Fire and Water Proof Paint. jTho
MORE' PARTICULARS IN A FEW DAYS,
CALL AND GET SOME OF THE SPECIAL
116 iVIarket St.
Tor Uicnmond. a. Her chariot was
sent off yesterday morning but she
gave people to understand j that she
would remain several dars longer to
minister to tho afflicted. It seems,
however, that she changed her mind.
nthatof anv Northern hotel. He has
also made a contract, which has been
duly signed, with tho famous band
leader, David Keresey, for the coming
season, with a band of five instruments
to furnish concerts and dancing music
for tho guests. The pianist will be
a xrrauuaie 01 i" iyuux;iiaw
of music, and has played in the concerts
given by both Madame Neillsen and
Mile Patti. All this necessarily involves
a large expense, but the rates ot board
have been fixed at $12 per week by the
season; ?o per wees oy 100 oiu
month; S 17 per week for less than a
month, and $2.50 and $3 per day, ac-
Exports Fordsn. cording to accommodations, for tran
Xnrwcirian baroue KaJut. Madsen. aient customers, which 13 remarkably
cleared to-day for Hu l, Eng., with 200 reasonable, all things considered.
casks spirits turpentine, 3.076 barrels Postmaster General Gresham and
ot rosin and 1,000 barrels of tar, valued several other notables in public life
at $0,C00. Norwegian barque Arizona, have signified their intention of passing
Tnfcncpn. cleared for LaverDool with 5CO t lw?t h. nortion of the season at the
bales cotton. 300 casks spirits turpen- Hotel Brunswick.
tine. 3.000 barrels tar and 216 barrels
rosin, rained at 34 .300: making a total Wb invite the attention of our citizens
ol exports foreign amounting to $13, to the fact that first quality shirts aro
000, all shipped by Messrs. Alex Sprunt being made to order at one dollar at the
r. c I Wllmlnfnn Shirt FactorV. U.
POST In this clty.this morning at 11 o'clock,
JENNIE JACOBS, daughter of Ja3. t Poet,
Jr., and Sarah V. Post, acd 4. years and 10
Funeral will take place to-morrow (Thurs
day) mornlnar. at 10 o clock, from the residence
of the parents on Chestnut, between Third and
Fourth streets. . 1
KING In this city, March 2Gth, JOSEPH
ENNKTT, son of James J. and Alice T. KlDg,
Sized 8 months ana y uays.
The funeral services will take place at St.
Thomas Church, to-morrow ( ir.ursdayt evc-
nlnar. at 3 o'clock, thence to St. Thomas' Cem
etery. Friends and acquaintances are Invited ,
FOR SALE. ONE "50 IIORTE POWER
HORIZONTAL ENGINE," with two 7 feet
Driving wnec;s, 10-incn lace, suitable for Saw
or Grist Mills.
Also, One "75 HORSE POWER LOCOMO
TIVE witn copper tuoes all m
good order, connection complete, and ready
lor immediate use. uan te seen at any time.
Apply to CRONLY & MORRIS,
mch 2t d Jtw It W Ilmington, N. C.
BASE BALLS AND BATS.
MARBLES OF ALL KIND3,
TOPS, PLAIN AND FANCY,
Jufct received a large supply at
mch 21 Live Book and Music Store.
AS CREATED A DEMAND FOR SODA
Has Arrived 1
The Mayor disposed of the following
cases at nis matinee this morning:
Hattie Priolcan, colored, for disorder
ly conduct, was fined $5, in default of I
which she was sent belowior 20 days.
Alice Hall, colored, for disorderly
conduct, was finned $5. in default of I
which she was sent below for 20 days.
FRESH SUPPLY OF THAT delicious
APPLE by to-day's New
Steamer. Also, another lot of that A No. 1
MIXED TEA at GOc per pound, (China Cup
and Sauoer given with every pound) 200 pounds
sold In two weeks. Remember I keep nothing
but the very best fir3t-class goods. Fresh sup
ply every week. Call and examine at Crapon's j
GEO. M. CRAPON, Agent,
Faml :y Grocer,
mch 22 Sonth Front St
WATER. Our Magnificent Apparatus la ready
to supply the public with Vichy, Deep Rock,
Tate Epsom and Soda.
For the present wc shall have the following
Syrups, others to be added: Lemon, Nectar,
XT n - r- t c.i.ll1. CkAVwt OMnm
Raspberry, strawberry. Pineapple, (last from
the fruits themselves; ana conee. wmcn cou
blned with pure fresh Cream forms a delicious
beverage. : 1
We are determined to make a repuLition la
Soda Water, to keep It, and consequently to
MUNDS BROS. A DeROSSET.
mch 21 Druggist, Market Street.
Steam Yacht Louise.
TfcASSENGER AND FREIGHT STEAMER
for Smithville dally. Rates low and accom-
modaUons fine. The LOUISE Is a new boat
and Is guaranteed safe WIU leave Smithville
at 8 A. M. Leive Wilmington at 2.30 o'clock,
P. M . For freight or passage apply on boird.
Wharf foot of Dock btreeu
mch 25 Agent and owner.
unroot or my printlnir House leaked badlw
but since you applied your Roofing Paint, It
nas not ieaKeu at an, notwitstanumg somo
heavy rains have fallen. I cheerfully recom
mend your Paint to all who havo leaky roofs.
1 i JNO. It. EGE.
We also refer to :J. T. Younir. President
Planters & Mechanics Bank; John Mann, At
torney at Law: F. Gallasrher. Deputy Collect.
or, and J. A. Wanvlck & Bro , . Commission
(From Petersburg LvrEX-ArrEAt, Jan. 24th,
TRIEf AND Not Fouxd WANTrso.Tho
test of the lire-proof qualities of Mr. Motfs
roofing paint was made on Courthouse avenue
last evening. In the presence of a Liriro num.
lwr nf miontfitnva niwl thn Anlrnl ul I.fntrr1lr
established all tlmt was claimed for the nalnf.
A small house made of dry pine covered with
a thin coat of paint, was placed under a iUe
e . l . t.c v. . 1 -ii . 1.
Bene oil was poured and ignited. Tho flames
leaped high into the air and burned f arlously
for forty minutes. Finally j the houso was
raked from the debris and ' drenched with
keropene oil, which burned off rlcan, leaving
tho wood unscorched, as any one may seo who
nas tne curiosity to can at tno aitnaiii Hotel,
where it Is on exhibition to-day. Tho (object -
of the test, which on account' of tho caution
of the authorities was not as severe as usual,
was not to prove the impossibility of dostroy
ing the box by lire, but to 6how that the paint
U an effective protection against tho ordinary
accidents which causes lire. This was tnado
so plain to our mind that it has bcenMctcr
mined to treat the roof of thelxuEX-Arr-EAL
remodeled. A cottier, and In our opinion.
more valuable quality of tho paiat Is Its im
perviousncss to water, making It a euro rcmo.
dy for leaks In old shingled and tinned roofs.
As a test of this, two paper boxes wero palted
on the inside and kerosene oil poured Into one
and wfltrr Into the other without tho lhr htst
effect upon the paper. ,The boxes with their ,
cod tents can alto bo seen at the Walthall hot I
to-day. Persons who may have leaky roofs.
! or who may wish to guard against flro should
crive Mr. Mott a call and learn from him about
the matter. Wo have no hesitation In saying
that hc has a good article which is worthy or
the attention 01 property owners.
Orders respectfully solicited. Mr,
Wrizht. the General Agent for tho StateJ is at
the Purcell House, and will bo pleased to re
ceive orders and glye all Information required.
A nnblic.tcst. same as that referred to in the
extract above, as had In Petersburg, will bo
made In this city, due notice of time j and
piaco to be given hereafter. ? .
Proprietors for autc of NorUi Carolina,
mch 21-lw i
Economy is Wealth.
TCUVE YEAR3 KENT WILL PUR
CHASE A HOME. Bullduig LoU for Ty
taJc on the instalment plan on Castk
Church, Nun, Ann, OraDgc, Mulberry, Red
Cross, Gwynn, Rankin, Foiirth, Fifth, Sixth,
i . ' ' . I 1 L 1
Seventh, Wilson, Eighth, Ninth, Dickinson,
Tenth, Wood, Bay, Zlcrenth, Charlotte,
i I :
Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets.
Also, Houses and Lots for sale ' L I
Money loaned to those wunisg to utuji
Apply to ' - - 1
mch 20 JAMES WILSON.
Home's Garden Oysters
Whiskey and purest Wine sold In the city.
Look Boys !
The "Old Hickory
f and handsome designs this year. Call and
XTOW IS THE TIME TO
X supply of BaUs. Tops. Marbles, Ac
irge stock just received at iaiw.
Easter Cards. "
COMPRISES MANY NEW
see them early
THINK OF THIS We offer at only 53 cents
per volume such valuable liooks as Mac-
id s uisiory
poets, Ac Bound In handsome ciotn ana gut
binding. C- w. XAliA
mch J 113 Market Street
BE THK BEST.
They are to bo had only at the Old .North
B Saloon. No. 6. South Front St. 1 1
lee cool Lazer Beer soedalty. The best
Cigars as rood as the best.
Call and be eon-
auicy's ulstory of Esglano, urec
of the English People. Knight's
Glbboas Roman Kmidre. all tl
FARU WAGON, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
Carts, Drays. Buggy Harness, Carriage
Harness, Rockaway Harness, a rues, narnesj,
Cart and Dray Harness, Collars, llames,
BUnd Bridles. Trnnts or au aina,uags.&acM
and Satchels. Repairing promptly done by
skilled workmen. '
Next to D. A. Smith's Furniture Store.
mch 24 i
Beautifdl ! j Beautiful !
-ralRD CAGES THAT LEAD the Market.
X , I Highest market prices mar an tee I and rrompt
cli anJ see xor yourseir. re uiay unimney s returns. a, w. aitMAJia,
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