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A Pitt I. 10, 1881.
Tho History or a Dead Man.
FUOM TIIK nU98tA.
II wnn fn nntitmn, juM, btfot-o the open
5ny of tlio rnilrtnd betwtttn Tnginrok find
Clinrkoir, ntul I had to tnnko tlio tedious
journey with poit-horfics. Tor tho first
two Anyn tlio weather was plcisrttit, lint on
tho third morning tlio hoavons woro cov
ured uitli hcaVy gray clondp, a northwest
wind hlrw furiously, thunder, lightning,
BnuwflakfH and rain followed, such a
htorm an in only to ho found in Houthcrn
ItiiAsrt. In half an hour tho roids wero
impiRftablo with hlack mud, and nH wo
rcnuliod tho pdHt-station of Donski wo
found thoro was no moro progross for llint
day. As I entered tho station I was met
by a tall, fine-looking, gray-haired man,
whoso black vclvot coat with Inokward
falling Grecian sleeves mado mo judgo him
ns holding sonio military or oflicinl posi
tion. JJchind him caino a hand .so mo
CoKsaok woman about his age, ntid both
gtocted mo kindly. In reply to my ro
quest for n cup of tea, tho woman said,
" Husband, nsk tho genlloman if ho would
not liko a roast chicketf with his tea. It
will bo a long limo beforo ho can mount
liiH troika nnd uontinuu his journoy, nnd
ho will find tho chicken tender." As sho
wild this sho glanced lovingly at tho man,
nnd then left tho room, not boforo ho hntl
waved a kiss to her ns sho closed tho door.
" Sho is my beloved wife, nnd widow,
Hir," said ho, turning to mo as I look a scat
by tho porcelain stove, wanning my hands
on its smooth sides. " Ha ! ha! yon laugh,
sir, hnt wait until you nro eating your
chickon, nnd if you wish I will tell you tho
history of a man who has been deiul four
teen years, nnd who married his widow."
Of courso I was eager for tho story, and
hoon after when my dinner was brought
mo tempting and warm, ho drew his arm
chair near my elbow, and begnn his story.
" I ntn nearly sixty yoars old now, sir ;
my wifo nlno. Hut nliu was onco a beauti
ful, good, young girl ; sho is ns good now
ns then, nnd perhaps I am n partial judgo,
yet I find her still boautiful."
To this last statement I assented, nnd
ho continued, " I was a wild young fellow,
high-trmporcd, and of n roving nnturo. 1
wns posl-tunstcr of this station when I
married Olgn. At first I was contontcd,
sho wns a loving, good1 wifo, but I grow
weary of my life, and restless for freedom.
Ono day, it was in tho yoar 1818, sho
seumod bad, and coming to mc, put her
nrm around my neck and said, ' Do you
really and truly lovo mo, Wnnaka ?' I mi
mvered impatiently, ' Oh yea, Olga, you
know that I do.' 'Hut you don't lovo mo
us I do you,' alio continued. In that mo
ment mi ovil spirit must hnvo seized mo.
I don't kuow what thoughts pissed
through my brain, only it seemed ns if sho
was right. I lovod her in my way, but it
nettled mo that I was bound to her for
life, mnl I wanted my freedom. As sho
still clung to tho, I pushed her violently
nway, and sho fell to tho floor. Itim'tig
nlowly, sho looked at mo reproachfully and
left- tho room without a word.
" I wnH wild. I ran to tho stable
'Harness mo a troika instnntly,' I cried to
tho hostler. 'Thoro is a dispatch left horo
by tho Inst courier that I must tako to
C'harkofl'; mnko hnste.' In n few moments
tho wagon wns ready. Paul took tho reins,
tho bolls woro ringing cloarly in tho fresh
nir, and without a backward glance for
Olga, I was flying from tho station, nud in
twenty hours I reached ChnrkofF. Dismis
sing tho wagon, I wuut to tho post-master,
who was my most intiinnto friond. I called
for ink and pen, and wrote a letter, which
I gavo to him, saying, 'Do this favor for
me, nnu oo miont. i wnnD to leave my
wifo. In eight days send hor this letter,
nnd nsk mo no questions.' In tho letter I
"Oitu i When you rccoho thin letter I ehnll bo
ilful. l'ururt mo mnl marry fame man who will trrat
joh better than I limo done. Kornhc mo for utrlklng
youi It was n rlumeful net. Keen Ilia stiitlou; you cun
nrltv, nnilcan hold It well n I. lhuu'li bleu you.
" My friend shook my hand, nnd prom
ised to fulfill my errand, nnd a fow hours
later I was on my way to tho military
bureau of , whero I told thom I
wanted to onlibt for fourtcon years in tho
Ilorso Guards, aud gavo them a difloront
iiamo from my own. I was tall nnd
healthy, nud they wero glad to accept mo,
nuking mo fow questions. My hair was uut
Bhort, my board shorn, nnd in my now
uniform, with n glittering helmet on my
Load, I rodo through tho streots of St.
Petersburg, nnd no ono to know mo among
t lo thousands who looked at us as wo
pissodby. I was ambitious, and learned
tho routine of soldier life quickly. Tho
dKcinlino was sovore; it wns hard to bo
obedient, and as for tho freedom I had
longed for, I found I had lost it. Still I
ndvaueed rapidly. 1 was soon n sorgoant,
mid finally becamo a captain of horso in
"I won distinction in tho sorvico. In tho
war with Turkoy nnd later tho Crimea
my time wns up, nud I was 6cwcd with n
most torriblo uomesicknoss, for of Into
years 1 had loaruod to lovo my wifo
jnssiouatoly, nud to Bee her again, ovon
though bho woro tho wife ofnnother, wns
my only thought. I wondorcd if sho had
changed in all theso yoars; if sho had grown
stout as a beer cask, or thin as a cork
soraw. I was offered ninny ndvautnges if
I would romaiu in tho army, but I refused
thom all, was honorably discharged, with a
good pension, nnd the bnmeday started for
tho south, my heart beating wildly botweon
hope aud fear. I reached Gharknlf, nud
found that my old friend tho post-master
was dead. My heart fainted with tho
thought that Olga too might bo dead.
"Who has tho post at Donski ?' I in
quired, crossing mybolf under iny long
''A widow,' was tho reply.
" 'Tho bjtuo who hold it fourtcon yenra
" 'Tho samo,1 camo tho auswer.
"In eighluou hours I was thoro. I know
tho two old tueu who uuharuessed my
horsos. They wero forqier scrvnnts of
mine. But l hoy did not know me in my
uniform, I hastened to tho eutranco of
this house, thou iuto tho olllco. Olgn sat
nt tho desk writing, mid scorned unchnugod
to me. True, her face was moro sad, and
in her boautiful black hair 1 saw a fow
silver threads, yet sho wiw still beautiful,
I stole io. ' Olgu, dearest I' I whispered
mnl sank on my k'uotid boforo her. Shu
d du't look nt me, but threw her arms in
tho air, and her head fell upon the desk
hu.ivily, She had fainted. I sprang to
her, took hor in my arms, and bathiug her
face-, called hor by every loving immo to
lifo again ; and then she lay in my arms
while I told my story and begged her for
givouess, unci tho nugel forgave me. That
win sixteen years ago, sir, and tho years
hive passed like spring days. Wo havo
been always so happy,"
After a pauso tho delightful old man
continued, " Hut whit do you think tho
fltipid government nt St. Potersburg in
sists upon ? That I am dead, sir, nnd tho
Donski post-oflico tiiunt remain in tho hands
of my widow ; or else tho gunrdsmnn of
tho Cuirassiers must bo dend, and lose his
pension. My widow laughs over tho
dilemma, hlio keeps tho books, signs tho
receipts, and pays tho la.xos. I draw my
very liberal pension under tho namo by
which I enlisted, but ns tho former post
master of Donski I am a dead man, This
is my history, sir. Them mny bo sorno
who do not bcliovo it, but wo nud our good
neighbors know hotter."
1 thnnked tho old man for his interest
ing story. And his wifo Boon entering,
look him by tho hand, saying, "Ah, my
husband, I fear you havo wearied tho gon
tloman with your oft-told story. Como
with rno, Hint I may scold yon," nnd they
went ofrinughing together, ho with a look
of love in liisuyos that showed plnmly how
much ho valued wifo and widow.
Another Massacre nt tho Solomon Islands.
Another lifo has been sacrificed in tho
South Sea Island trndo. On tho l'Jth of
February, nt U.30 i. m tho Leslie anchored
in 17 fathoms, on a ledgo of reef, oil' Cnpo
Marsh, nbout 100 j-nrds from shore. The
chief, who wns Captain Schwnrtz's paid
trader, camo off, and when nRktd for tho
cobra in return for tho trndo which had
been givou, ho cooly said ho had none, nnd
Hint ho had lost tho trade Capt. Schwartz
then had tho boat lowered nnd mnniicd by
six boys, two of whom could speak English,
nnd left in her, snying ho would ondenvor
to recover 6omo of tho trade, nud bring off
somo fish, Tho voxel's crow in tho mean
time woro omploycd shifting sails; and nt
li.15 r. m. they saw tho boat returning
without tho Cnptnin, and containing only
fivo of tho crew. Simultaneously tho nntives
wero observed mustering on shoro in
hundreds, nnd they engaged in hostilo de
monstrations, such ns firing oil' guns,
several shots from which pissed over tho
vessel. Tho crew got up their nrins nnd
returned tho firo, when tho tribo vanished
into tho shrub. The native crow immediately
on reaching tho Leslie rrported that dipt.
Schwartz had been killed; nnd ns thmo
was no possibility of recovering tho body,
tho vessel got underway, and was towed
from tho placo by tho boats, it being calm
at tho time. Tlio native crew romained bo-
low while tho fining was going on, nud it
continued up to 8.ii0 p. M., when tho vessel
got eloir of tho place. The hostilo natives
had such a supply of rifles nnd ammuni
tion that tho Leslie's pirty could not np
pirently havo successfully fought thom.
The tnato called all hands aft, nud after a
consultation it wns decided to proceed to
Sydnoy. 'rom tho statement of tho boat's
oi or, it nppears that after Captain Schwartz
left tho schooner, in company with tho
canoe, thoy pulled up nt an inlet for about
i mile, nnd then landed at tho trader's
village. Captain Schwartz and tho missing
Savo boy went on shoro, and wero soon
surrounded by natives, who, ns usual, had
their tomahawks with them. Tho Captain
expostulated with them regarding their not
giving up his trade. Tho chief took mat
ters very quietly, but made no sign of giv
ing up nnything. Tho Captain then sat
down upon n log on tho honch, nnd four of
the tribe remained hard by, and four others
woro in a hut. Theso appear to bo tho only
ones concerned in tho murder. A native,
who was in tho rear of tho Captain, dealt
him a heavy blow on tho head with a toma
hawk ; Captain Schwartz throw his hands
up nnd went forward ; thou tho murderer
quickly romoved his hnt, apparently to
provont destroying it, nnd then dealt him
moro blows ouo on each sido of tho head,
nnd ono on tho back. Tho other nnttvos
than sprang upon tho nppiroutly doad body,
nuncu it mum mm loot, aim luriuor muti
lated it, while homo of thoir numbor mado
for tho hhip's boat, which all tho crew had
regained excepting one, who had belonged
to tho plnco, and did not attempt to leave.
Tho boat pushed off only just in timo, ns
ono of tho savngos plunged into tho wntor
to his waist to sei.o tho .steer-oar; but miss
ing his grasp, ho returned, and, with other
nntivos, manned n canoe, and n chaso for
lifo followed. Tho cauoo got cloho upon
tho boat, when tho Captain's hoy, who was
stcoring, levelled nn empty musket nt tho
pursuers. Thoy thetoupon fell back panic
6trickon, nnd followed no further. Ono riflo
shot only was fired nt the boat, whon tho
savnges ngain tnrned thoir nttontion to tlio
body of their victim, plaeod it in a canoo,
nnd hurried oir with it across tho inlet.
Tm.s the Sionv of CusrEit's Death.
Tho ARlicaulcca Stnt'mcVs correspondent
nt Miles dty, Montana territory, telegraphs
n Bonsatiounl matter in tho shnpo of n state
ment by Rnin-in-tho-Face, the Indian ohief
whokilled Geuornl Caster in tho momornblo
Indian fight of Juno 21, 187C. From that
day to this thore has been n mystery hang
ing nbout tho afl'air, from tho fact that not
n man of General Ouster's littlo band es
caped death to tell tho story of thoir fa to,
nud tho historian has no other sourco from
which to fill the pago than tho horrible
imnpination which clustered nround tho
dead and mutilated bodies of tho gallant
comraandornnd his troops, heightened by
tho memories of tho smoldering ruins of
tho Italian villngo to captnro which thoy
paid the penally of their recklessness with
their lives. While tho correspondent wns
in tho merchandising hotuo of Mr. J.
J. Graham, nt Fort Keogh, three Indian
chiefs, Raiti-in-the-Fnco, Two ltoads, and
Spotted Eagle who surrendered to Gon
eral miles last spring, camo in, ns is thoir
custom, boing encamped only two miloi
nway, on Tongno river, for tho purposo of
conversation with Mr. William M. Court-
enny, tho clork nnd interpreter of tho es
tablishment, in whom tho Indians religiously
bolicvo. Mr. Courtenny wns rending Whit
taker's Lifo of Cubtor, mid in turning (ho
loaves of tho book ouo of tho Indians
caught sightof his own picturo, which ho
immediately "rocognized. Thoy thou took
tho hook from Mr. Courtonay, and found
all their portraits, but exhibited very little
emotion of pleasure or otherwise, until ono
of them turned n pigo mid tho picturo of
General Custer was revealed. At this Hiin-in-tho-Faco
became groatly excited, going
through all tho gyrations of tho war-dnucc,
and giving the fcjioux wnr-hoop at the top
of his voice. After ho had got through
with his wild demonstration, but still ex
hibiting the greatest auger, ho struck tho
picturo with his hand, nnd with a dotnouino
sneer on his face, oxctaiinod in the Sioux
touguo : "I killed him. I rondo many holed
in him. Ho ouce took my liberty, I took
his life. I am glad 1 did." On being told
by a bystander that General Custer was
still living, Itain-in-the-faco became very
violent, .aud hissed between bis feelb:
" Your tongue is forked, " which is the
Sioux figuro for "you lie." Continuing, ho I
said: " I visited tho body after tho battle. I
I cut him open. I nto a pirl of his liver. J
1 am glad 1 killed lntfi. Ho was 1ml to my
txjoplc. Ho killed ninny warriors."
It is n superstition among the Sioux that
by eating the liver of a valorous victim tho
tlflrriMf at rtni ititf nlifmno nil It in nuhiiin
nnd prowess. '1 liis is the first authentic
nccount of Custer's dcith over given.
SHORT HORN CATTLE!
Tlxo 23xxtixo Uord
PURE-BRED SHORT HORN CATTLE
Of .If fn I). C'ntr, on Oabllan Jinncho, Monterey Co
IS WOW OFFEHED FOR SALE.
Thli herd, consisting of one hundred head, I'
ONK OF TIIK 1JHST IN A3IK1IITA.
Mr. Carr lm taken great paint In lelecllnc nnd breed
Injf thin held rriiarillrrt of cxprmp, and II U n choice
lot nf cattle, not unlj In refi rence Io lirrtilliii; but In
regard In Individual merit. It In from tho
lk'.s( Imported mid American tfloek.
Tho MontertV Democrat tayt of Mr, Carr't Mocki
" In appearanco thla herd will compare with any ror
responding number of cattle In Ihe United Hltcj
while In resixct In pedlgtiu and purity nr strain It Is
not probable tb.it they )ne their eipials on the 1'nclHc
Const Thu last Importation of Mr. Carr, icpresemlnrf
.W,H), was sek cton mii the Icw of ncnrlng tho best
strains of the i t Improved stock."
Tho Xuttonal Hit Stock Journal sayai
" If our readera will turn to California wo will point
out tho location of n rnmh which Is llieiirlde ol our
short-horn fslends In the Far West, and Ifm Joy of lis
iixiaiist nv vnit. wisaaiaun mi iim v ttti iiiiiki
owner, tho wealthy bankir Mr. J. 1). Curr.
l'roiu niimcroiia sources we hati' hmnl tolunlnrj lesll.
moiiy us to lliesuptrlorlly or Mr. Cnrr's held oer nil
otheis on tlia l'aclllc Slope, both r.f lepnrds pedlfreo
and that other rii at tltildtratum, iniiimiiual jieiiii."
THIS ENTIRE STOCK
Is now In tho handi nf the undersigned to lie dlpoed
of, nud will be sold at prices, runxing, accotdlne to
nurlt, from $'.iJ0 io J IU0.
Catalogues of tho Herd,
Divine tho pcdlffrccs of each, will bo furnished on ap
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The! Bindery Department
It the only Competent Btal.llikment In th tlir to
attend to ul. work from l'mnnhlct Io I're.enlallon Ilonk
lllndlu, and lllauk llook Jlanutacliirlnj; of any de
TIIK STATIONERY DEIMUTXENV-
la belnt renewed wllh BUpln Oooda and Nuteltlc.
con.tantly, anion tbe mo.t .nrcr.iful uf Hhlcti for
lira aud liioney tavlui; and cpnvrnltncc, are
Letter l'uner nnd Note Paper
Inllloek.of U Iteatntuh, or H ltoara Inglt ihecta.
iiOMKTIUSd KKV-I.ettr Head. and IfMoHea.l.
full.hect ultU view of lilainund Iliad. Can be bad
lu tlnlaibocla loonltr If U.flrrd.
LTHC NEWS DEPARTMENT
llai.peclal tare and attention, to Uture accuracy and
prompt dtllvtry. !M Siu
Cabin und Asobon
J-1HAIN VAMt.KH ANH IMUM rM.'K AX.
J CIIOK-blt from H Inch toll luck, Xo.
ham Cattle direct from Qla.zoir.
roraaieuy jui.i.fia to.
OFFEll VOlt SALE
g INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
g ATAI.ANTA, FlWil HKKMKN,
. (Tobofollowidby the"Kle"anf' Molanl,")
And por Stonmor. via Panama.
Tlie Following Goods
Aro now In onr jiocfalon :
DAKK HLUK DENIMS :
Now l'rlntu, Slnr t'mli, Ac,
!rorn CottotiA, Horrock'H Wlilln Col(ons,A ,tn
'J'tirkev Hod Cotton. Tieklnc.
lllno (Jtitton Drill, Hln) nml I'nncy FLANNLL,
iMstinp, Itnlinn Clotli, Kepiw,
X'rttiry Wfiitn nnd lllnck DUKSS 0001)3,
InrqnnrJ, Alulinir, Monsselliii), Jr.conetH, Ac,
JliroKf, Cnrtnlns, Irttmlirctinlnn, Tnblo Oocr,
Ac- Ac Ac A-c.
Diick.ilclnn. Doeskins. Coitincs, Dingonnld,
l'rintcd Slolcikins. Drown Coriln,
Wliilo Linen DrllK Ao.
An Assortment of Shirts,
Woolen, Flannel nnd Cotton Mixed,
Merino nml Cotton UiidrrnMiB,
Wool JnoltclH, Bhawli, lllnnkotn, Tonols, Ac.
Kockn ntul ')tfl.liiK, UnllirlRRan,
Kilk llnndkcrchlefH, Foulard f,
'I'. It. nnd Knucy Cotton llnndkcrclilcfg,
KccktlcH, Wfwl nnd Silk limiting
Jllljljon.i, Thread, Button, Ac.
India Rubbor Coats and Overalls
Fnnoy nnd 'I'ollot Articles: Florida Wntcr,
Oonnino Knu do Coloiiiin, l'liilrcome.
Comlia, 'i'ootli Jlrimhen, Lnbin'g Kitrnctn,
IVntlicr DustetH. Ifnrinonlcnn,
Violin StrhiKH, 1'lin iu Canln,
IHililiiji QliiHses, iennn Chairs.
STATION Ell Y:
lllank ISookn, Ledgers, Jonrnnlfl,
Uay IVuikB, Copy nnd Itcceint Hookfl
Gold It-nf, WHAl'WNG FAFKH,
Huiieruir I'rinliiiK l'mier, two Bie-i,
Manila Ilopo all Hi7es, Siuinjarn,;
Flnx nnd Iloinji l'ackinjr,
EJxxerctx cfc Goal I3ags
Wtnlpick, Burlnps, Sail Twine,
liuliii Jlubbur l'ackinc,
SADDLESSydney and English.
1'owder, Lend nnd Zinc Faint,
Fenco Wire, I, 5, fij Hoop Iron, ttivots,
Gnlvanied Iron Fiix'H X '' 'm inch,
Yellow Metal 10 to j oz., Nnils, Steoi Kail",
J'erforatcd Jlr.n-H, Duckoti, Cutlory, Scissors,
Ilutcher nnd J'ocket KniMS,
Hiuors, Sheep ShearH, Saw Files, Ao.
CKOCKKUY in Ashortctl Urates. Also,
Dinner, I)renlifr.Ht nnd Ten Se.ta,
Hun Is, Jfico Dishes, Cups, Flower Pots.
Sardines, Vincpr.r, Duret'fl Ollvo Oil,
Ultra Wiihh Illne, llluo Mottled Sonp,
Tnblo Salt, Steariuo Candles, 47. Ac.
lloutellau Ilrnndy, Gin, Hum, Alcohol,
St. 1'nul's Ale, Mufler'slriiKcrlJier, Clnuuinfiiie''
Ch. Farru nndllidslLck Dry Monopole, Ac,
Empty Demijobns, AInrkct Il.iskots,
Molasses nnd Tallow Barrels.
Stockholm Tnr. Firo Clny, Tiro Bricks,
Bed Bricks, Tiles, .Slates, Boats,
Blacksmith's Coal, Stenm Coal, Ao.
A1S0--0 STKAJI OLAUIFIKBS,
Pianos from L. Netifeld, Berlin
l'OIt HALD II Y
817 1 31. If Af.'KKKI.n .4-JO.
WILDER $c CO.
Importers and Dealers in
OV AI.I. KI.MtS.
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
USUAL S10CK SIZES
TIMBER. PLANK, BOARDS,
PENDING AND PICKETS
ALSO. OIV 13LJJST
A Moit Complete Stock ef
acjntliii( j rinnk. aurfucml mid rough,
Jloanlj, Biirfnuud am) rou((li j lUilvna,
i'lcteta, Hustle, Lultice, Clupboardi.
AI.HO, IM MTOC'K,
A FINE ASSORTM'T OF WALL PAPER
2J0LTS. KCEEWB. Eta
Paint and Whitowaah rushes
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of lactam and QalirornlM Mk.
I'X SALE IN WINTITIES Ti 81 IT
OVFKI-OIfD KCJXA COPFKU,
J SI yorBalebBOUMACo
C. BREWER & GO.
Oflor tHo Oa.X"Kc
01' Till: AMKItRAN
BARK "EDWARD MAY,"
Just Arrived from Boston,
consist iso in PAirr as rotxowst
Sionin, Cuinlmrlniul nnd Sfovc Conl,
Keroscno Oil,'" Electric" Brand.
Keroseno Oil, "Brewer's Best," 150 Test.
O Jt X cl J.ff! SI t C ll C N 9
KiiRtcrn Pino Uarrcl Slmnkfi,
Oirs "Cfippnr-llppt'il," Itrm'ti,
Pllcli, Tnr, Kiro Cln.v, l'lnlir l'nrlfl,
Ico JJcrriKcrntoiB vnrintiH ilzcn,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Pick nnd Axo Ilntidlct,
MULE CARTS, Heavy and Light,
Fntnoro' Jioilorw, for Plniilntlnit imoj
An Jnvoico of Cut Niiiln, nxHiulud;
AiuoiBIioyoIh, IIiiiu'm Axon mid llnlcliols,
v WKi.i, Ni:i.i:cr:i
Stock of Choice Groceries :
Lowih' Tonmtncn, Cnsea SnUHnu Mont,
Orcuii Corn, Succotitsli,
Olicrktns, 1 nnd Ut gull.
llontnn linked licmm, Corn Starch,
Tomato and Mock Turtlo Soup,
Sandwich Until nnd Tongue,
Irish Stow, Unrricnt of Mutton,
Slewed UiiIvch' llond, IJalry Salt,
Qrllnrrols Family Pork.
Caaes Lord, 0 lb tins, full woiglit7
Boston Cruslied Sugar.
FAIHUANKS' PLATFOltM SCALES
Iron Snfus, Yollnw M'clnl nnd Nailfl,
Mniiilu Cordiige, Xow Jledrord mnko;
Wliitowood, Slnles, Kosendnlo Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
COMPIUSINO SOME OF
Tla. Latest Stylos
AMI OF SUIKll MAMlrAtTUJtLCltS.
Baokot Phaetons, Cabriolets.
Miiierul IPnint, .
Slieulliine; Felt, -
Sugar, ami Coal Hags,
The above Oonds will bo ofTurcd for fale to arrlvo
UPON REASONABLE TERMS.
C. HKKWKIt A CO.
MUREAY & LANMAN'S
The Beat fn the Market.
v mvuAX 96 JUJ&HRAA'O j
..,?ho rlhc,, m"t ',Un& yet moat rt.llcato of all
Efamn for uo on tho Ilndkrchlcr, at the
i .'i,eC "J"1 ,n "io Blh, dcllKhlfnl and b'mlthfnl
?nlhll ck room' '"';" weknei, (alien, prortra
llon, ncrvonineMBnclhoadacht.. I.k onffor counter,
felta. fiAlwara alc for tho Florida Water" prepared
l&w York, pre,prl,'l0, M. Umax itnr.
For Oil, j rirfsmirt, Srutgtiti asl lutj flssli Bituri.
Murray & Lamnan,
MlF' J rtpioK dcllcat or
jut for omnlrrMia. !! Mk tat ttt?al
Water pni-rrd by tha aola procrUteta. -
laaian & Krmp,ifw toik, ""
Tor Bala ky FrfaaiT, SrvrrUta ul 7ma
I'or tale very Jtr, In boqa or uiitr paid, a ureal tar.
In hj buying a Ix, of una doxen lioiil,. "" "'
" ly M.MclNKUXY.
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j.Iid,.i of Miam t.ir.te4'uwp,.wii1Ch,l,iva,ii.
tt'arlytoiu Vacuniu fwoi,,bcll la !, twipuTilS
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