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THE WEEKLY SENTINEIl: THURSDAY; JULY ' ztl886.
GEO. STEWART,
Tin and Sheet Iron Manufacturer,
Opposite Farmers Warehouse,
WIVSTOX N" C
HOOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING
done at short notice.
Keeps constantly on hand a fine lot of Cook
.ugaucl Heating stoves. nov. 20 tf
7"ILL POSITIVELY CLOSE BUSINESS
1 1 here the last of June. Therefore remains
ONLY ONE MONTH MORE
For those who may wish to obtain further' ex
am pies of
HIS ARTISTIC SKILL
Before his final dejiarture.
A.3 in tltS past, So to the end,
ffe will Spars no Fains or Expense
To pleas I'cW who favor him with orders.
MAIN STREET, WINSTON.
May 24th, 1S86.
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HORSE AND CATTLE
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No Koesk dip of :oi.tr. Hut-s or Luxe Fk
- ran, if cz's 1'oV'iers are used in time.
FoutxJs mrrtm will cure and prsTnt Hoe Cnousi.
Fontzfe Pitvdcrs will proven-. 'Jaf-es iu Fowls.
J-outzs irVur.lers will inrreaf i.ie quantity of milk
s and creamitwuity per cent.. an: uiafce the batter ttnn
and weet.
Fontzte ;lJwi?rs will cure or prevent almost kvkry
i DiSESF'to 'Whiek Horses and Cattle are gnbject.
FOUTZiS :FoW.BS WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
-Sold -every where.
E. roiTTZ, Proprietor,
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These Organs are celebrated for vohime.
juanty of tone, quick response, artistic design,
beauty in finish, perfect construction, malrintr
soem the most desirable
-orirann tor iimu'U
-jchoola, churches, lodges, societies, etc.
KSTIBUSHEB KEPmiMS.
IOXEQVaXEB FACILITIES,
UULLED WOBKHES,
BEST luxnui.
'COMBINED, IUEI THIS
THE POPULAR OBCAU
Instruction Books and Piano Stools.
Oatalogn.ee and Price Xista, on application,
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can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by f addressing
Ge6. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newspaper Adversising Bureau,
lO Spruce St., Now Yort.
Send . 106tK" for' lOO-fnge Pamphlet.
FALL TERM
North Carolina Superior Courts
1886. :.
First District Judge Shipp.
Currituck, September 6, 1 week,
Camden, September 13. 1 week.
Pasquotank, September 20, 1 week.
Perquimans, September 27, 1 week.
Chowan, October 4. 1 week, j ,
Gates, October 11, 1 week.
Hertford, October 20, 1 week.
Hertford, December 20, 1 week.
Washington, October 25, 1 week.
Washington, December 13, 1 week.
Tyrrell, November 1, 1 week.
Dare, November 8, 1 week.
Hyde, November 15, 1 week.
Pamlico, November 22, 1 week.
Beaufort, November 29. 2 weeks.
Second District Judge Gudger.
Warren, September 20, 2 weeks.
Northampton, October 4, 2 weeks.
Kdgecombe, October 18, 2 weeks.
Bertie, November 1, 2 wetks.
Halifax, November 15, 2 weeks.
Craven, November 29, 2 weeks.
Third District Judge Shepherd.
Franklin, August 16, 1 week.
Franklin, November 15, 1 week.
Martin, Septembei 6, 2 weeks.
MartinJ, December 9, 2 weeks.
Pitt, September 20, 2 weeks.
Greene, October 4, 2 week?.
Vance, ( ctober 18, 2 week.
Wilson, November 1, 2 weeks.
Nash, November 22, 2 weeks.
Fourth District Judge Phillips.
Wake, July 12, 2 weeks."
Wake", August 30, 2 weeks.
Wakef, September 27, 2 weeks.
Vake"::", October 2-5, S weeks.
Wane, July 26, 2 weeks.
Wiryrie, September 13, 2 weeks"
Wayne October 18, 1 week.
Harnett, August 9, 1 weeks.
Ij-Tohrifcton',-AHjKwt. 16, 3 weeks.
Fifth District Judg Cannot.
OlfffgejV August 9, 1 week.
Ors'hjro. November 8,, 1 week.
Caswn.-Ajignsl 1, X weeif.
CasweIl;'Noveinber 15,' 1 week
Person, .hsj!r--t 23, 1 week.
Person, NtTember 22, 1 week.'
Guilford, Ah'&Qst 30, 2 weeks.
Guilford, Decenjber 13, 2 weeksr
Granville, Sept'iriber 13, 2'weeks?
Granville, Noveviiber 26, 2 weeks
Alamance, Septeciber 27 1 1 'week.'"
Chatham, October -if 2 weeks.
Durham, October 18, 2Veeks.
Sixth Disirirt Judge Ctii'rk'.
Jones, August 16, 1 week.
Jones, November 1, 1 w?ek. '
Lenoir, August 23, 2 weeks-.
Lenoir, November 15, 2 weeks.
Duplin, September 6, 1 week j
Duplin, November 29, 2 weeks;"'
Pender, September 13. 1 week. , . ,. , '
New Hanover, September 27, j
Sampson, October 11, 2 weeks. j
Sampson, December 13, 1 week.
Carteret, October 25, 1 week.
Onslow, November 8, 1 week.
Seventh District Judge Gilmer.'
Cumberlandf, July 2R, 1 week.
Cumberlandf, November 8, 1 week.
Cumberland, November 1, 2 weeks.
Columbus, August 2, I week.
Moore, August 16,2 weeks.
Moore, December 6, 2 weeks.
Robeson, August 30, 2 weeks.
Robeson, October 11, 2 weeks.
Ansonf, September 13, 1 week.
Ansons, November 29, 1 week.
Brunswick, September 20, 1 week.
Richmond, September 27, 2 weeki.
Richmond, December 20, 1 week.
Bladeu, October 25, 2 weeks.
Eighth District Judge Boykin.
Iredell, August 9, 2 weeks.
Iredell, November 8, 2 weeks.
Eowau, August 24, 2 weeks.
Rowan, November 22, 2 weeks.
Davidaon, September 6, 2 weeks.
Davidson, December 6, 1 week.
Randolph, September 20, 2 weeks.
Montgomery, October 4, 2 weeks.
Stanly, October 18, 2 weeks.
Cabarrus 'I, November 1,1 week.
Ninth District -Judge McRae.
Rockingham, July, 29, 2 weeks.
Rockingham, November 8, 1 week.
Stokes, August 9, 2 weeks.
Stokes, November 15, 1 week.
Surry, August 23, 2 weeks
Surry, November 22, 1 weeks.
Alleghaney, September 6, 1 week.
Wilkes, jSfcptember 1 3, 2 weeks.
Tadkin, September 27, 3 weeks.
.Davie, Octooer 11, 2 weeks.
Forsyth, Oc.ober 25r, 2 weeks.
Tenth District Judge Montgomery.
Henderson, July 19, 3 weeks.
Burk, Ausust 9, 2 waeks.
Ashe, August 23. 1 week.
Wat uga, July 30, 1 week.
Caliiwll, September B, 1 week.
Mitchell, September 13, 2 weeks.
Vaaeey, September 27, 2 weeks.
McDowell, October 11, 2 weeks
fleventh District Judge Graves.
Alexander, July 26 1 week.
Catawba, August 2, 1 week.
Cleveland, August 9, 2 weeks.
Cleveland. October 25, 1 week. '
Mecklenburg, August 30, 3 weeks.
Cuiaat. September 20, 2 weeks.
Lincoln. October 4, 1 week.
Gaston. October 11. 2 weeks.
Kuihertord, November 1, 2 weeks.
Palk, November 15, 1 week.
Twelfth District Judge Avry.
Madison. August 2, 2 weeks.
Maiiswu , August 22, 2 weeks.
Bnacombe, August 16, 3 weeks.
Buncombe. December 6, 2 weeks.
Trsylvr.nia, September . 1 week.
Haywood, September 13, 2 weaks.
Jackson, .September 27, 1 week.
Macon, October 4, 1 week. -Clny,
October II, 1 week.
Clwrokee, October 18, 2 weeks,
iiraimra, November 1, I week.
Swain, November 8, 2 weeks.
CiviI actions onlv.
tCriminal actions" only.
Civil aetions only, except jail cases.
ICrimir.al cases only, except eivil actions not
reejniring a jury.
Bucklen'i Arnica Salve.
Tint Bkst Salvk In the world for Cutis
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever Bores,
Tetter. Chapped Hnmls. Chilblains Corns, and
U Skin Eruptions, ami positively cores Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded . Price
Si cents per bo. For sale by V. O. Thompson.
Iatpartaat
When you visit or leave New York City save
at the It ran
irai x'epot. jtiegant rooms fitted ud
of one million dollars, teducec to $1.00 and up
wards per day. European plan. Elevator.
Restaurant suppliei with che best. Horse cars
stages and elevated railroad to all depots. Fam
ilies can lives better for less money at the Grand
Union Hotel than any other first-class hotel in
the city. May 20-ly
STAR BR AX D Special Tobacco Manure be
ing oniy S4.urs by freight from the facto
ry v will continue t receive supplies of this
celebrated Fertilizer up to the loth of this
month. It will grow Tobacco with small
stalks, small fibres, large leaves with good body,
yellows on the hiH, cure easily, retains ite
coin--, weighs well, is always sought after and
commands the highest, prices on the ware
house floor, Hi-iskaw Btmom
Juna 3rd, lmC-tC
BLOOD POISON
hit. A. I. YT., of Hampton, Ga., has reaent
ly enlefge-d from one of the most remarkable
cases of Blood Foiiwu ou record. His body
and limbs had tio lew than four hundred
small ulcefs-hi3 bones tormented him with
pain his appetite failed bis kidneys present
ed frightful sympten3 and all doctors and 100
bottles of the most popular Blood Poison rem
edy failed to give him relief. He secured B.
B. B., the concentrated quick cure, and five bot
tles healed the ulcers, relieved all pam, cured
his kidnevs, restored his appetite, and made
him a healthy ami happy maa.
MR. BOSWORTH
VIEWED.
INTER-
"Tes," said Mr. James L. Bosworth, an old
Atlautian, "it was twelve years ago when I
contracted a terrible case ot blood poisoning.
My affliction was truly horrible. I had no ap
petite, did not sleep well at night, my dtgestion
was impaired, my throat wa3 cauterized five
times, aud in fact I was a total wreck. I had
been under the treatment of several of the
leading physicians of Atlanta; tried nearly
every blood remedy advertised ; receiving no
benefit Aihatever.
"And you remained in this condition twelve
years?" interrupted the Clipper man.
"Yes, sir, and more than that. Three vears
ago J laid an with rheumatism. . My knees
were driiv,':! uti in such a position that I could
not leave iuy bed . months. My life became
a lingering tortue. A truly wonderful blood
remedy was recommended, known as'B. B. B.
I used it, and sir, 5 bottles cured me, and I
really believe it to be grandest and quickest
blood remedy evorknown." Southern Clidperx
Scrofula.
Are any .nejiibefi of your lamily thus afflict
ed? Have they scrofoJous swellings of the
the gla'ls ? Have they ny scrofulous sores
or ulcer?? If so and it diooU be neglected,
ihe.pbefciaf taint, or poison, say deposit itself
in the Substance of the lungs, producing Con
sumpUorf. Look well to your family, and if
thus afficted, give the proper remedy with
out delay. Buy that which makes absolute
cures in the shortest space of time. The tjrer'r
ing finger of public opinion points to B. Bi Bi.
as the most wonderful remedy for scrofula eye?'
known-.
Ask yotif neighbors, ask your druggist, ask
or write to those who give their certificates, and
be convinced that B. B. B. is the quickest and
most perfect Bllood Purifier ever before known.
WCAPIIAl PBIZE S7S.OOO
Ticket nb . Share lat prenortioa.
Louisiana State Lottery Co
" We do hereby certify that we supervise the ar
rangements for all the Monthly and Quarterly
Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Com
pany, and in person manage and control the
Drawings themselves, and that the same are con
ducted vritk honesty, fairness, and in good faith
toward all parties, and tee authorize the Company
to use tkt9 certificate, with facsimile qfeur sig
notwfts sUiachcd, in iU advertisements."
Conimlaaioaera.
We the undersigned Bonis and Bankers will
pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana State
Lotteries which may be presented at our counters.
Pres
Pres.
J. IT. OGLESBT,
Louisiana National. Bank
J. "W. KILBRETH,
Pres. State National Bank.
A. BALDWIN,
New Orleans National Bank.
RHEUMATISM.
Although a pructionerof nearly twenty years,
my motner lnmtencea me to procure li. a. a.
for her. She had been confined to her bed
several months With Rheumatism which had
stubornlv resisted all the usual remedies. With
in twenty-iour hours after commencing B. B. B.
I observed marked relief. She has just com-
meneea uer mira Deuie and is nearly as active
as ever, and has been to the front yard with
"rake in hand," cleaning up. Her "improve
ment is truly wonderul and immensely grati
lying. C. H. Montgomery, M. D.
Jacksonville, Ala., June 6, I8S.
Do not fail to send to B B BCo.. Atlanta, Ga,
-"or it copy of their Book of Wonders, free.
FMIDAIONIC
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Mr. FOSUR S. CHAPMAN,
ot
of
the
Or-
O ne of the landmarks
Georgia Dfiigr trade, nov
landa, Florida writes :
"I can hardly select a single case
of the many to whom I have sold
Guinn's PiCn'eer' Blood Renetoer,
But what have been sutisfied, and
I find it the best' remedy for all
skin diseases I have ever sold, and
a fine Florida Tonic.
FoSTEli S. CHAPMAN".
Orlanda, FUv."'
A Certain Cure ?oV Catarrh r
A Superb Flesh Produecr and Tonic V
Guxxs's Pioneer Blood Renewef?
Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases; Rheumntism,
cH.-niuia, via eores. A perfect Spring Medicine.
If not in your market, it will 'be forwarded on
receipt of price. Small lottles $1 j Uarge 1.75.
Essay on Blood and Skin Biseases-mniled free.
MACON MEDICINE CO.,
MACOJC, lifcORtrlA.
For sale in Winston l.v SMITH & I5ROWV
ASHCJI AFT & mVEXs; anil V.: THOMP
SON. Maret 4m
Incorporated in 1883 for 25 years bvthe Leg
islature lor Educational and Charitable purpos
es with a capital of $1,1100.000 to which a re
serve fund of over $550,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its fran
chise was made a part of the present State Con
stitution adopted December 2d, A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by
the people of any State.
It never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Single Number Drawings take
place monthly, and the Extraordinary Draw
ings regularly every three months instead of
Semi-Annuallv as heretofore, becrinninf March.
ISS". ' ' - '
-JXMb OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
FOB a'PE, EIGHTH GRAND DRAWING,
CLASS 11, iS, THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
NEW ORL&AW3. TUESDAY, AUGUST
10, 13S6w95th Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
00,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each. Frac
tions, in Fifths in proportion.
I CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000
1 do do 25,000
1 do do lo oaft
2 PRIZES OF $6000 12,000
200 10,000
do 1000 10,000
do 500 10,000
do 201) 20,000
do 100 30,000
50 25,000
do 25 25.000
b
to
20
100
300
500
1000
APrao-siMATiox prizes
9 Approximation Prizes of $750
9 do do 500
S do do 250
,750
4,500
.... 2,250
1987 Prizes, amounting to $265,500
Application for rates to dubs should be made
only to the office of the Company in New Or
leans.
For further information write clAarlv ffiftni.
fill! AilMaa nOCTiT VT . . T' " &, -
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ge in ordinary
POSTAL NOTES, Express Mon-
New York Exchange in ordinary
Express (at our expense)
ey Orders or
letter. Currency b
addressed
51". A. AUPHe-,
Sfw Orleaam, X.a
or 51. Jk.. UAEPHIX.
. Wa.ala.toa, . C.
Make P. 0. Money Orders paya
ble and address Registered Letters
to
XEVOBISaMI.v 1TIOX1L Il t.lK
Mew Orleaan, !.
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Prize-WMi Strains.
than ever. All aligible
for shipment on and
aaMaaaa iinTr
THE TAYLOR HOUSE,
Daiibiiry, Stokes Co., N: C.
T
Spring Pigs, iaar
to Registry. Reedy
after April 15th.
bingle pig, $6. Pair, not akin, $11. Trio,
not akin, $15. AH at 8 weeks old. Special
Express rates. Book your orders ahead, so as
to have pigs shippad on time, and thus nave
unnecessary Express.
Choice Pure-Bred Poultry.
WYANDOTTES. Einr, from DIM in flraL- 3:1 :
fF 13' ESS frm rizebreedinS pen, ' $2.50
lor 13 WC.B. 1 per pair. Eggs, $1.50
'z.r. 1 tiiAiys.-Uobbler. &4. Pair
47 CI 111 ... Ai ,
None but fresh eggs shipjed, and orders filled
111 roiauon. PIJiHSON BROS.,
Summit, Siottsvlvauia Co., V
Mention this paier. Sept 24 tf.
THE
TROY SPRING WAGON
AND
WHEEL WORKS,
TROT, OHIO.
HIS HOUSE WILL BE OPEN for'tl.
accommodation of visitors at anv time'lafter
the 15th of June, 1886. It is situated on the
corner of Main and Piedmont Streets, amid a
beautiful grove of shade trees; the rooms "are
good and nicely furnished ; a good ronmv
Parlor, with fine Organ, and the State Italian
Band, late of Raleigh, now of Winston, has
been engaged to make music for the guest of
the house ; this is said t-V be oue of the finest
(string) bands in the State. , We expect to keep
Jhebest tablethe country can afford. Danbury
is located on the toot Hills of the grand old
Sauratowu mountains, and on the banks of the
noble Dan, and is one of the most pleasant
places to spend the hot season to be found in
the Piedmont district of North Carolina. The
mountain seenery is unsurpassed, and the
mineral waters of the neighborhood are suited
to all cases of diseases : dyspepsia and all skin
diseases in particular. Piedmont Springs s-till
flows; its mineral waters are the same, and the
Alum Spring, mile distant, with ite beeiutiful
scenery, is still the same. Hacks will run to
the Springs daily, or to any of the places of
interest in the mountains for reasonable
charges. Board K.T lnoctli $10.00, per week
$5.0'U per day 51.00. Children under 10 years
; charges. Servants who waiton their employ
ers rooms j charges. Piedmont Cnbins for rent.
For -furthar particulars, apply to me at Dan
bury, N. O. ?. B. TAYLOR, Prop, of
juue 17 tf Taylor House.
N 25 B0 AD WAGON.
Manufacture for the Trade.
spume WAGONS,
JUMP SEATS,
SOLID and STICK
SURRIES, fte.
j.m, mrmmm w.a u jv run.
Drop n n postal card and we will
direct yon to vnt agent nearest yon, or
fdrniflh. yott otrrMfres with Catalogue and
Prices:
TH E
Spring Wages and Wheel Works,
TROY,
TBAtf! fitl
OHIO.
yiKNOw'T;; !!! :iMrcs fur the CEDAR
i?COVKM'UKRIKs ' AT A Hil'K, re pre -seiitinir
an itniiirnM- itk of nint beautiful
Fruit Tree-. Viit: ;iml IVrtnts. Over One Mil
iioa Tivr-. Miei i'l'int? !or Jiermanent or
chanl pi.itning. nn-t to-k for Nurservnien.
Krrr varicrr n( Apple. IVuch, Pear, Cher
ry, Apricot. Hum. Noi-iarines, Grapes, Straw
berries. 4-r ay .ihcr Wiad of fruits that is worth
.ffrou-iiiv tnn-W' -.iippliei!.
riiir -iti.-iHitt rr.nu ili niatters.
sAMrr, 3i. T . R; rr hor-. Vailkinconn
tj , -VX. ai.s. 7, 'S5K
RYTTENBERG BROS
TRADE
Gray Block,
PALACE,
Winston, N. C.
THE LARGEST
Retail Dry G-oods Hons
Immense Clearing Out Sale!
rJIAKE OUR ADVICE AND BUY NOW, for as sure
the invigorating air of treedom, vou will never aoin
opportunity to buv 0
as you breathe
have such an
First Glus hk ai such Iw Prices!
AH previous Bargain
oblivion.
Sales will fade away into ih? dim shades of
Our advance-.!
No
unsisrhtlv Diles of shnnivftm
new and First Class."
styles cannot be obtained by others in the Trade.
plunder at any price, but everything:
D
o
not spend a cent until you have viven us a call
Stirling up trade with best goods at the lowest prices.
Neighbors surprised and alarmed;
Square dealing from sun rise :o sun et.
nothing deceptive, nothing unfair.
Study
mistake.
your own interests and be prompt. Vou cannot mrtke
lou know what we have done in the past.
anv
kiE anil h wlai we Can Ho for You
flow
Sinking high priced dealers into the depths of melancholy.
We show 110 second class Goods at hirh prices.
n r ,,. . try r
vve couia give you a list ot bargains as lon
space prevents.
Samples sent upon application.
All orders by mail will receive
Respectfully,
ugains as long as the moral law. but
prompt and careful attention..
june 30 tf.
Mention The Sentinel.
RTTTENBER J BROS.
ON AND AFTER JULY 1st
I WILL CLOSE OUT MY STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, PARASOLS, tf, tf,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
I1V ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR
Pall and Winter G-oods !
PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE.
"Vv 1JLL Quote ex JF'&'sjv up rioes
LA WN, 31 cenU, FORMER PRICE, o eenk
40
jiJsiLii jjxi yyjy, cenu, ' 10
BATISTE 10 " " 15
CRINKLED SEERSUCKER, 10 cents, FORMER PRICE
NUNS VEILING 15 ce,d, '
CANVASS CLOTH, 20 cenU,
INCH ALL WO OL ALBA TROSS CLOTH, 37 d
15 tnU
20 "
35 "
50 "
Buxton-Shelton Block, Winston, N. C
april 22 tf ' "
CONCEDED.
THAT SMITH & BROWN
DRUGGISTS,
Carry tie Largest Line of Drop, Meflicines, Paints, Oils, &c
IN THE TOWNS.
Will not Regret to Give us a Call.
Xov. 20
-84 tf
Tar Heel Liniment!
A Valuable Remedy for theCure and Relief of
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, t'ratnjis,
Cramp Colic, Kidnev Complaints, Gravel in
Bladder, Pains in Stomach and Bowels. Rheu
matism, Xeuralgia, Lameor Stiff Rick, Bruises,
Sprains, Nettle-rash, Poison Oak, Itch, Frost
Bites, etc.
For Catarrh and Cold in the Head it aires
instant relief, and is an infallible cure.
Remember TAR HEEL LIXIMEXT.
Ask your druggist or merchant for it and hike
no other. It is the Best, Surest and Safes:
Liniment on the market. Price 60 cents ier
bottle. Sold by Pruists and Merchants 'ii
erallv. Send lor testimonials.
HOrSTOX A EMERSON,
Sole Prop'r and MnuTr. .Jroenhoro. X. ( '.
J. E. Gii.mkr, Wholesale AjrPnt,
june 3ll-ly Winston, X.
MAKE MONEY!
Fortunes are yearly made by successful ojier-
ators in Stocks, Grain and Oil.
These investments frequently pay from $50(1
to .S2,000 or more on each $100 invested.
Reliable correspondents wanted. Address liir
circulars, WILLIAM E. RICHARDS,
Banker and Broker,
june 1 7-rtm. 38, 40 & 42 Broadway, N. V.
ROCK LIME.
EJIOR
BUILDIXG PURPOSES.
A Freshly Burne,i,$1.15 per bbl.,
Dcliverel in Wilminirtoli
Also, AGRICULTURAL LIME
aud CARBONATE OF LIMI
FRENCH BROS.,
Jtug2f i;. l.v r-.-nt. X.

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