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THE NEWS AND HERAL1D.
.. INNSBO)o, S. 0.
THUlSDAT, October 16, 1879,
it ...S7AT EIT.
JKO. S. 1. R1NOL S. AssoCIATF EI IT011.
PanoI,%-:'S recent defeiat inl EIighilnd
is explained by a kick he received on
the leg froi another horlse while Comn
ing up to the post Aor tle start.
Rri-:iNs froni Ohio ihow1 thio ele
.tion of Foster, lIepuiblicain, by at coil
siderable mojority. Both sides chimi
'the Legist:rttire, but. probabilities ftivor'
Joux Quixvr Aon.us, the gucribera
torial eudidate or the striightout
Democrats of MlassatzclIusetts, has been
defeated tor the otlice tour timitle.. A
1ifth"Oefeat, will not hiurt hii imnuch.
utder Is hopetul of beling elected, if
Adamts will keep the striights from
'oing over to Long.
E-1v. WrIxNs W. lira, wh1io
pi'enched Iin Charb'-slon seventil yetu-s
ago ani1d then edited the Xine/ecnlh
Century, a1 Bourbon 1i)emera ic pa
per, anld thenl went., to Florida andl(
turneIld lIadicall, anld hald ebar.ges of'
imoaiy preferr-ed atgains~t himn,
has gole to Newm York, where as
"( eneraul Iick s'" le is stum pi ingl tIle
Stht4 For the bloody shirt liepublieins.
1LeNwljl be quite an acquisition to tle
party of refovmii and morals.
A MaSiHNoNo lettr of'a reet'Iit
19tt, to the AuIgeUSN, (AI., ('Io1ie/e,
stys: ''G(Ien. .Josepli E. 'Johnstoni i hits
tiden a house in F'arrgit. sqIuire
f40 ,or the coming Session. 1.is vife is
4.isidered Iho1 gretest. aiquisitioln to
society that Washinugtni hias hald for
yktars. Thte wife of Seitto.r Cull, of'
Florida, Is the voungest of ill the
'Selators' wives, and is perhaps the,
ot most beaiutit(il womrian at the capital.''
-A 111iffl i Cill is a daiught er of thle late Col.
-'Aitht. Siikinis, of Elgetield.
T111 Sientifln American brings
Professor Edisoni's hti''' ie light to Ihe
fron. again. It says his fame had
reached so H1igh a point that. when Ie
expre-SSed a1 determIkination to ivn
an' elect rit light the public expecetd to
lce the Stccess of the iin'vent ion in It
fe*w' 'eeks, iid ".ga1s coimpani ies sur
redlered wiiatiely 'l. The deliv lis
prolileed a reaclion, anid people nowV
oppI Edisoni's power to accomplish
mng. Nevertleless file inventor
,is slowly ptgesnadmkn
continual improvemlents.-. Finail Site
cess is predicted, but the people (Ire
asked not to he too impatieit.
T1ie fool-killer always bags his
gale at latst. Sometimes he is awt'ully
slow about it, but h always gets in
good work at the end. lere is Pro
fe&ssor' Wise who lhas ade a hInitldred
atid forty. hakon ac C'eisionis lost at
last. Hie has haud several pretuonli
*tions of' his impentdingi fate. Once he
fellh seiventy-live 1iect anid h ad a numur
bor of bones briokeni. A&gain lie was
dragged2.'t atloiig the s41tufce of onc of'
the Northeni lakes :md1( wais re~sened
w'hent about drowiniig. At sund-y
othier times~ lb esapies were enIoingh
*-to convince hIa Ilhat aia~'l navigat ion is
n iot a desirabile buisintess. P1 ersist ing,
how~ver.i he hats priobab~lly imet his
end(. is h5lallooni which hlf St. Louis
a *eek or t wo) ago hais not. hieeni heard
fom. and P roftessor' WVie aind a younhg
muau whown p ihhm r u.
podto be lyinig dead( in the but (01m
of' Lake Erie, or manougled in some
Canadian or M ichuigani foret. 'iTese
end, alnd they inivartialy get killed
altter Fortune has tlir'ted with them
snlliently. Prof'essom' Wise was a
good main, and his death wvill be rc
Tma United States Supreme Couirt
Is niow eingatged i hieairinig argumiienlt
in at series of' polit ial cases. lThe
cases hiavo comio upi from Virgiiai.
It will be ireembeud thant. a yea r 01s
so ago two niegr'oes were fountd guilty
of mnurder by a juryv complosetl entire
ly of' whites ; -and United Stattes,.1 tdge
Rives reiioved the catse to the Federil
Court on the gr'ouiid thaet the Conist i
tutioni requires that color'ed jureons
sh til sit 01n thie trial of' co)lored imen.
Th'iis is a very pre'posterouis runling, and1(
indeed coloredl jurors0 are niotoriously
hard on mnembers of' their owni raceO(.
Un leFederal Courts, uind~e: Radi(1
cal-ule~, arc swatllowing up all the
State Courts, andt it will not he0 sur
prising if Attorney General D~ein s,
who furnishes the stailwar't and1( unl
contstittutional opinions for' the P'resi
deont, wvill labor with groat srdor' to
sustain Judge Rives. TheI funnty prt.
of' the matter is that the Jaw says
there shall be no dlisciminailt ion on
account of' color', and( yet. Jntdge Rives
distinctly holds that one kind of' jury
la niecessaryv for' the trial of' a white
* man md aniother soirt must be em
panelled to try a colored man01. It is
Mid, that Dav'id Dudly Fild and
Goileral Gord~n willl ap1))bar in behalf
of the State in this conflict with Fed
oral authority. The Supreme Court
is the moot conservattlye brianch of the
governjmnt, and( It has several times
checked theo centralizing tcndenicy of
., ,eo'hr depairtments, its opinion
n) this p)oitical question will be
:fyited withi interest.
"hL' iii./*Port Royal.
nH see tooeiv th' Prod
anld dischlurgo their freight at the
railroad terminus. Ont, of the largest
vossels in the British Marine, the
Clan War't ftd, has just takent of' t ca'rO
of, five thousan(d sevell huniidred bales
o cotton. One or two other mami
miioth vessels are. 0ow in the harbor.
A new cotton compress, the largest it;
thle Nworld, is inl colrise of' const ruc
tionl. Five thouisanld bales were Comn
pressed inl inl 1,17. Last wint~er fihe
had increased to lilf v-live
thouis.anid. A large grail elevttor
will Soonl be inl cotume of olxmrationl.
Th'le Port IRoyal Road1 V; now doingr
well. Whenvi fihe W~esflrn conniections~
are completed if, is expected that Port
lRoyal will ra4pidly inclrease ill import
ance'. W will w lcoiithe day.
TIll 01,1) .CIIUOI: NO S I1fI11tNRl.
A Kiud of itaskt that at Lying Hohemianm
ServeI to hiltu Remiers.
Thel White suilphuril cor-responident,
ot" thlie St. Louis (Globc /cmocrat
( Ialdical) thius dh'aws a picture of the
typical n/ic//U slaveholers. As
he( locales him1 inl lIichlan11d count y, inl
(his Stale. i. is lieeiess to say that the
--oreposlnt dewa long, how. We
proltuce I he let tert as a first cht.q speci
11111 of a doallbty, vigorous lie. lie
ThI'e dinting-rooi aid ball-rooi are
Very lrge amd barrel lookineg, but
they ariei( thIought to be delight fu11l by
the old-sclho SlSoutherner, perhaps
Iroi pal t lssocizialions. lie canl fell
%.you wv here Iielry Clay, .Johi C. CaI
hoon, D.miiel Webster (Webster is
very l1p to be cltssetl Iith the South
"err t " s-piei m' ps, Is has beeni salid, be
Cause lie paid Io atteltiont to his
debts). Thoats II. lentlon, l1op.er 11.
Tanlev, It. lBanwell IheIuit, Fraicis W.
I'ickeni., (George W. 31e ilie, Pierre
Souue, William L. Yaincr, and any
non11ber. of departed political m11agnattes
sal, how they atec. what they said and
how fhey, looked. 31Ianiy of thwee
I-emin)is 0011e0nes are so interesthing that I
should be glid to write them 1 out ; but
I muist reserve them for a more coin
'I'h obl-sclool Soutieirnler aitturally
lives ill ithe pasi. aid looks gloomily
ol th flulture. Ile still believets j
hi'very. evin it' he doei not own it ; ini
t(hlduello. iln Slahe rights oft he siiet
t't Sort, inl oelhodox theiology, ini fie
clivslev o l'his people (Ievau mi naives
o, Ihe South). and the ininle suieri
orily of, Sons leni N omnio to lie wo
iin of any owthr part of the world.
lIe is growilg to be
A HAR, FICUitL IN TH LAND,
bil It is represeniled here, an(] his talk
1im., 1 lie the (tailnt. flavor of a by-gone
era. lIe is prol(ivse of "Sirs," t'-pe
eilly of 'iI cler Sirsi:" he in variialyv
. sM is! ress" for " M rs. he (I iote's
llorac an11d Cicero, thiniks I IIrgid(
rltiorie cloquencue;, has Ia dee i v1 ein of
cheap, lawtdr1y sentinlit, wihichli he
COilvie(' to be gallantry anid chiivalry.
lintd beitves hat the old Rb iichmn(1
an F u .r and 1 Clton lee'cI, ry
wvere the ablest4! and1( hiihest tonted
joiuruiola yet known'i to (civiliztIo. lin
thle Ih l1er hal 11 otf the ineteenothi CI ceni
ry lie is pii uly out of place. lie hasi
Ii ved too long (lie age hias gonie by
him, ie hia:4 larnied little by1 expie
iencep, andt i iogoI.Ct ' eveyting44I whtieb
looks as obhl as5 he is, a 'I ype of thle
pasi, n one tof iits terms11 he is now
ite briuoad vernachi~t, gest iculat inig nerv
ouIsly (i to ai much youniger' uint, as lhe
explainis te dtrltine0 of nlliienU~t
mal1 inists that Ite SouthI lost her
lie l'ion ini ls;:!, whienit h Caroi t.jlih
i'a thre'iaI emitd see.ion. lie dloes all
ihei tal1kin10.. 'l'he? youn r mant tiii ocen
sitonaily aillemptis 1o spieak, b~ut he is
in lug ph-dt sit th, 31y ~~earIt sr yon'ldi
voens~ ale, la'iedial puingbc
A wVE.L-wouN 1)ulwS-CO \T,
an ill-filing light vest, not over (clean,
a rumpihledl shirt with a dhingy rtte,
lighit-brown11 itrosees, of nonidecr~''1it
ei, It itncitiett bell-crowinedllz ht.,
hteavy ,hbut. wvelI bleaehedl'Xci Welingron
hools, and1( a hirge gold elini ish a
SealI ath -hed clto a0 it-i goild-Iaheed
wtchitI, wvhiieb, whein dlisplalyedt, looks
like at townt clock. I his hait' is whito4,
rallier iovg, and tuiiibled.; his face is
clean i shatvent and llor'id, anid be1 ex
hialeq ani artomai of toba~icco. wvhis:ker
,julops att thiri seasoni, declarinig It. t
whtisker julep is a Soutthiernt goutle
tiatt's <h iink. fle is strict in at tetndaiec
ont ehmi 'tlh, atlbit . hie swearts like Ia
TPempliar iroit lmere f'orce of' habit, andt~
oni Sunjdity caries his pra'tyer biook
prei t y clore to his rvOolvert, at weapon0
which he holds nio getntain should
ever' go wuthon'.
Whien lhe g'ets mellow lie recites cit
cumsitanct.es underl which lie woldt
shoot a mtan like a dog,. antd declart!es
that it is well to be p~repartted for any
A bolit inisi (ho ne ver uisis t he x
pre'ssiont if het be (uise sober'1) wh Io
') i'iniei,'' ita i'1rm lie is 'ontd of
uitggiI. lie is No m~blyV about sev'enty ;
he is a nluvo
0F TiC nICULAND DIS'iIlICrT,
South Carolina, antd has, or htad a cot
:10n phlin lOnl01 the Congar'ee Rtiver'.
Io 1wient luio the Conf'edertate armyl as
soonttas he could1( get to Charlestotn a'fter
Sum ter' haid tfallen, and1( is seecei Iv er'y
sorry hie htuint . I he privilege. to -I fre
the first gunt at the. ntat linal Ilg. 11ho
received a cominkiont as Colonel be,
cause4 lie ownetd 01n0 huntidred slaves,
t hough he sawV v'ery little active s'r
vice, ie chafed over this, for hte is
fearless, aund, wihen) excited, htomicidal
int his taISles, and1( Is prlofoundlly pur
snadl(ed that tho ,possesses millit atry goen
his. Two of' his 8011s, hIs only chil.
drien) fell lit the bat iies abo it' Jich
mtonld. ie is a widowert, hais lost
nearly all his property, antd lives mtala
ly ont whiat heo oweos, mnost-otttho.peophe
of' Ichmontd beling wihlig to trust
Col. - whenm they cant't. avoid it.
lie was graduated at the Uiiiversity of
Virginia, wvhich hte ranks as the great
est-seat of lear'ing in its, dgy that hats
been established 11 YI ayhere.
When the Colonel hats ntot tatken
*FOUR1 OR FIVR DRIJNKS
he is amiable, geiail, andi not particua
larly setarilan ; but toward ovening he
has addressed himself' to so manty Iu~i
lne ikth tjt lie I ap tu 3 nolnslv iE1
is a privilecged charalicter it the Springs,
where' lie ials bein coming ior over
thirty years. Nobody minds his
speeches*, inspired by),the qutantity of
mint hie puts in his glass. When IIa
youniil lie fought three duels, anll
wias wounded in the right armi and
Once linth thigh. i has liever hurt
anyboly himself, for lie is us poor a
shot ais .Nmy L. Foote; butheplumes
hiiself in his Iiaruin;ship, and talks
inl his Cips of' sniuiling candles it forty I
paces. I have beenI liltu minSuto inl Ithli
pIrirailtie of our,. frientid icause le is
on1e ot a few speciniens tihat are rapid-,
ly puissint away. Very soonl the old
school SouL.IIernier will be an extinet
N IF'S OF TIE D4 Y.
-It. is claimed that m1ore1. (han tifitv
per coaL. ot (his yea 'S coilon U--op i'
Al isissippi is tid proiuict of whito a
-.Joln Quincy Adams has accented
(he i(. I nat iolt Aw Governor of Mas
sact.huseiis teiderd him11 by the regular
-te lestimour taken by both- the
comintittl tees deionstrates conclusively
t hat- if it vere not. 11r disfran11 chise
inea, bribery and fratud lin the ee
I ions, Rhode hsland would be a Demo
-Lo usiai a's tempe'anve alliattnce
1:ives the amtount. of liginior draik ill
i'e Stae IAt 81 :.0(1..000 yearly, or $2.
000,000 l more f han ile '0om)ill'vd sugar'
1'11d rice crops. They have issnied a
caii to the voters to st'op soimC of tie
w.slo by electing iembers otf the
Lei.JatLr 1e in Iavor of' twohibiihlg til
iaflic onl Sunday.
-lICe rut's of I lie vote on the consi
intionalh amno1idimeits, us iar as receiv
ed iromtl Connliclut, sitows 22.98 ma
.loriiy 11frainst 1bienn1ial .essio)s of le
Legi*hsllure and 27,:.*6 :ainitst e:mea
sion o(I Ihe t eI I of' o11ice oi .o ug1 tdtes 1 o
seveiyll v-i ve vears o rit'a . The '>
U'l-us havo carried it iiatjoru v ot' the
.owns in elecions of' tow i ojec :s.
-Mr. John Waile.' ) ' e.r of
the Londonl TJuhLe antd 1,i0ewaber 0
Pmn-liintet i'o' Ihe tcn .i.v of he -i
athresiilg illan a Sc-ut i mI'e.'
hast vi..h , epressed hlis conein--eo.-e -
ill the view, which is now becoma
w idetpread, that, Di ilish tar'iners voo't'
n1ot compeic wish Atn.leU''Ia iII g.'ow
w beat,2 but miu.,it grow what payvs themi
---Ex-Gouernor 'Horatio Sevmour'
said -.I an addr0f-ess att a lFair ill Oacida
county last week: "There never yet
'was t Presideit of tile (niLed Si.ics
who, w'hen he lef' his oli'"', did. no
Seek hie country and ret ri-e to is Ci at.
Wa1sinugtol dole thiis, so did Ad:'.ad
u.1l Jefielrsoni. Oir' grel iest ss0a:e
menl have sot".0ht. for resi, heal. Iit na
peace inl reldieent. 14) their ill.m
w es Websier 1(uld Clai."
--The s'centenntial anIi ver1Sary of the
S'*voe or SIvannlla'h niid the deal I of the
g'an Jaspvr, were telebrated at Sa
nnahllti rthursday. The corner st
of the mnIllminilllt w% hich it is pro)oSed
to creet to the Itemtory of' Sergeam
Jasper, was laid with iiposig cer!' C
1llolies, and Sinator Gordn udel ' vered N
fin eloquent and impressive adodres<4. I
Tac Crowd presellt was tie hn-ue. 1
ever gailtlered inl ite i y, and ithe vivie I
and iniitary display was very inipoi. I
-Captain Santds repotrts a f'ighia '
story fromi St. Laren'IIce Island1,inthe 110
IBehing Sea. Ahnitost. the cadhe p)oa,
Iattion of the southeastern end otf i he
Islanid has perished ot' starv'ation. A 1
parit~y Jtlandd from the Collins andti
were hotrifled to find 250 corpses int
one tieldi. The living had curried the <
de~ad aiway fr'om il ht utts unt11il at 1
length, overcotme thtemselvas, shlev it
ed. Everywher'e tbe scene wans 'ri'ghit-'
fuli. One 'lid i gir'l the captain. spea:ks I
o f'seeing stiff' ini denl h, w~i 1 alher hea~d
rest ing" (on her hand, whileI the body.S
leanted'over' theo remins 15ofa wht: I6.
Mrft. Sanids iat iibutes ih li ~*ar vaLion toi
riun11. Nearly everyV''lftL I.ae" goes to)
LIhe Ari'd loatded w i.i, I'.nl 51 o Iton-4
as the liqiuor lasis the naiive wvill nlot ho f
fising. The'l iet i too)1 hale, and1( s air
vat 1(on followis. Otin iehovnoriwest
nai ives are siill Ia1've. Ile says Ihant. I
revenu si am cL(uttl erI Ls ale 01' no0 1use to1
siop1 this I ra ftle. Tbce '-. t' der's" see
tho simoke and1( got out. of' I bc way or~
got rid of thir contI 'atbo;l liquors be
liore theyC cani Ito 'eatched. A bailladg
vessel of' a htimdred tonse, lie say~s,
colldid thet I 'atflic.
-The St. Gothanrd Tntnnel is now
within 850 met r'es of' coin plei in.
-A let' rtseries of prolonged deb~ates
the Great Comncil at Geneva has ad
joun'ed IhIe consider'ationt of' a separa(i
:o of' Church anid State until next
--Despatchtes fruomn Copenthagen nt
ntounce t hat Priiness Thyvra, of' Den1
miark, wvife of' te Duke'of' Ciumber'
land and sister of' the Pr'incess of
Wales, has giveni birth to a dautghiter'.
-The receint great. i al of' Nihlii s
at St.. Pete;rsberg" ians been coin lhle(ed
N irsi I, Genteral I'renel n's aissallant,
is to be hantiged. and WVeimta:-, wl-o
was conlcernedo( withI Soloviel;, thle pr1
son who atempihedl flue lifhe of' the Czar,
is to be ba iished to) Sibeia.
-L'.Ew1opeu, of Ur,'ussels, publishes
at telegamlt fromn Rome wihich siahes
Shtat ini view of7 the rcsnis reac'hedl hv
Car'dinal Jacobini, the Pa:upal ~Nuned1,
in his iteie~ws w'tIh Pr i a Bismartek:h
at. Gasteti and Viennia, thle Veticani
des'rhig to taccutrt ani absohuIIIely su"
(cssf'ul termtinatin of' the~ neg'oi'iasooas
whh~l Getrmany, hats tresolved loappolit t
Cai'dinaul .Jacobini to suceceedh Ca, dfinal
Nitna ats Pontifical Secretary of' Stimo.
-It is rumor1)1ed1 at Paris that tho
Rusianu Governmencut has dlemnanded
omContntinole-rlep~araiti whi hi
md I wvenly-touri hour's f'or flue isulta to
wvhk'e theo Russian' Consul Geno.'l at
SaloiIca wias r'ecetly sti-Jected by the
p~opute~ie of' thtat eit'v. thr'easoning' to
5011it wat" vesel to Sailonien 1111 (h10d
man~id Is not )ompj~lied wit h. TJil oth
er' f'oreignt contsul 'at Salonica have
asked thir goveu meonts for instru'ac
tiemnan of this cIty, wile traveling in
F1 cedomn, N. H., last Friday, noticed
thie f~ooing sign, which, In vulgar
parlance, "ktuocked himi." Hie stuie d
it~ ten minutes hefore he inastered It,
sund Ithen coplced It for the benefit of
the .Jo(Ornal r'eaders:
TrvEr'Z SOT AND)OTH~hrEyE'NIN
D)U> RyTE HEAt' CAWfin
-A sign over a store neat' the depot in
Centro Osslpee, "Cofinis Caskets, and
Cionfectionterv," amue4 himi somne
wvhat, but it Clidn't have tho< eflubet on
hImt that otne above did.-.Povidce
. -Advicee to ttraveletrs.-.Buy a bottle
.of' Dru. .ulh's Cough Syr'up,--th~e. - nly
lthi to sinn a 1rlak , .
-Indutstry, bariuls and cheek -these
birce, but the greatest is cheek.- Tual
--No geitlemnily student's lamp
vil, smoke in the pr'esence of lailes.
-Th circus that gives th niost
lead-head tLQkets is the gratis show on
---And, oh, Edward," said (he girl
lie wais goiig to leave behind him, "at
very stopviig place, be sure to write,
mnd gIo ahlead."1
-11. gives us great pleasire to anl
1i1oce 11had, thus ihr, next Season's
pea'ch crop is SI' .--.Mddle/o an
-Ai .!conomical young lady in the
West End thinks she will try ani1d
imike her last winter's bonet (10 until
DbIristimas by getting a new beau.
-Lillie girl to jutvenile ieighbor:
"My fltherfhas iSiunilv pralVers ever
nlor'ning. Does youi''s?" '"No, indeed
idigaintly) ; iy Chiler is a liepuibli
.aln.--(kosh .1 Christian Advoaefle.
-A votng lady's hat blew oil'Sat
trday m1iorn1ing and was 11111 over by a
woad-wheelkd cm-t. Iheli ribbons
Were somewilat soiled, but the hat is
low the very latest flll shape.
-''All the mils are n oN1w runnillino'
1ull (lne," savs a New Eniganid pape.
Parlicularly (he out rage mill, VhiIh
a111iulichelues sa inr shi rings,
Ind ITitannay b~otIng mlll, now run
)> the same owners.
-A Texas physiciall has aniliounced
haI le hau1s discovered that a hyperder
me 1Lljectioni of carholic acid i's a bet
er, antidote 1han1i whisker for rattle
make bites, and lie is try'ing to work
is way out of I lie Slate in (isguise.
-he AubwnI Adrer//sr remiarks
hat 'i ie welkn ringis. Ofr coin. se it
'ings. Did the Adi/er//ver ever know
>. at welkin (hat, didn't ri111.W..
b1y ti1 wiy. what is a welkin?-A//4a
-A viked Western woman w-rites
') Cinnianilith tht he girls at the Eas
11 wateringl plact.s spend ther lime
.I'sreaing novels and wo- kinlg inl wvool
or lch. beloved pastor fihe mii0LUO 1,1
Nee0d Thee Every r10111."
-We do't. exactly know the mean
uig of "erekwel work" wlielh tle girls
a re .iust now raviig over, bil. suppose
Sletieus to (lie vor-king. of' yellow
1vorst1ed dogcs, with it grten cars anid
);uk eyes on at -ky-blue background.
-A geni lemani by the naine orG it 11n
,vas recently fired mlo of a wiitermIelo
>ach in Graftoni, Ky. As he was
>oine home oi a shutlier he 'eelhty re
v.: .-ked I hat lie woul d have beeii ri'ad y
o go off aieir lie got load'ed if theY
nd let him1 alone.
-'Ncw York C'ommercial A der
i.er: There is to be a iawsuit over
lTbr' 1line.' Ailich the nutibt or'
11(S Dison & Co. for' $211,000. There
vaS i simih' 1uit, it. will be reiicimi
>ered, in Ilie t itine of Solomon, in
vhi.h--ourii readers are of cour se ne
iuained wivih tle Old Testainent.
-Let. the inext Spelling-.-rel'oim coil)
-eiilio hle be held in 11hiine, and ah op
neasures to r m tt0,h-i1 ile spellin of
aikes of' lia Stale. Soic of' li lak
here only a quarter of' a nile in leneth 1 'I
ivomies half it mile loing. The vce
ortiers mihl wrestle with Lake Ma
mLe t~o begin wJith.-J~lorritownf Her
is melhiod of' mieein a' ac(oiu'gal
ormn. 11i8 plhm, hie snidl, was to keep
verythinig nol nmitr wh0itlat was sanid
y. his spouse. "'Ye''-" remtiarkejd os1e th
if his iiendl(s, ''but then she hais it aill
eron a." "'Just so," replied lihe
ykwt'sat isliet in: "a nd nothling
Lnnloys. her' so mnuch. Th'lere is n otlhinii
v'omen'i haitc like ia walk-over'." a ci
-A Keokuk boy has built a small et
ngmie or' motor which runis by ihe ri
>OWer' of' Limnberger' c'heese. The tli
tIronmger thie cheese thle s.i'oniger tie
Ii fgmie runis. lHe Itiks lie ha~s s, ruck P'
hig'. boniain, antd by adding a f'ew c
miionis and1 a small qualityif of' boar'd- a
ng-houise butIter', eiingh at irengt~h ill'
>e obitineid to bhl lua miuile hby (lie
ind-legs while t he simallest kini'd ofa P
toy tw'~ists the imiue's tail. i'o
-A ccirtaini old gentfleimn, very r'ich
mdt still imre stingy, is in thle hal)it of't
vearing his clothes to thle last. thieadl.
)ne oft his friends, meeting him, ex
laimned: "'rhey' told mec that vOn h111ad
1 new lhat, and Ill bie hanged if youA
rnven't!" '"Oh, ye!s," said( the~ mi'ser1, i
ooking ni' if e were' a (trifle ashamed
Yf' himisehtf; "you see. my wife keptv
elbng me'that thie 011Oli ns a good
Teai worun out. Well, yesterda' wvas -
ny wvife's birthday, and T got myvselt'a
)Cw hat for her' birthiday present." iri
-"'Cani it be~ possibhO my Alg'ernoni "
10 iongeir loves his little br'own cves? t<
?an it; be thait her' car'esses have lie- Ii
~om irksome to hium at last?" said ai f,
>airt-brioken young pllbaclitk to heri Cl
'si ehidy compmany" the othimr evening, ti
is thle latter' seeed inclined to re
nove her cliing from his br'east. ie
'Youri Alger'noii is all r'ighft," said the 'n
r'oulh, with ani uneasy' s(lutirmi. "'bit if'i
brou oni't het up a mninufe, Matilda,
lie spir'aI of my stud( ill come out U
briiongh my backbone sur'e."
--Kenituciky isn't dleadl yet. No sir'
3e. A couple of Af'ricamtl ersuiasionl
were' getting muarriied at Ehkton ithe *
>ifher dayii. Just as they enitered (lie
bhur'h twvo color'ed womnen wvho
'wanited dat man 'emiselves," actuated
byv the notorious demon with verd(anit
)pices, at tacked the brlidc andu tiledl to
ear' ol' heir tr'ousseau. Somehow I lie
gr'oomi objected to this proceeding, and s<
lie twvarted ilvals of the .bride wer'e 13
locked out of thei buIlding.1
-TwoV( gir'ls belongimi to a church k
shioir ini Los Anigelos, Jal ifor'nia, got
locked hii the church the other' night (1
while they woire talking over the fassh
Ions. They gave the alarm, when a
inan living nar the chiurch 1fut~a boar'd (I
upI to thie winidow amid the slid dlowni to a
t~he goundi. T1hie most Singular thingv
was that atter they had got safelv to e
the ground they looked mad amid ivent1 y
nff' without thanking, the mmngand "
they won't speak to 'hin when they 1
meet himi. . llecotild(1n't account fot' it :a
unttil lie wenmt to take the board down
wlohe beot slies ini his . fimnger's amn(
scr'atchied his thumb ont a single niail
that stuck through the boar'd.
--At a pr'ayer meeting In a Provi-'1
dence chumich r'ecenitly, Deacon - -
ar'oso and OXpi'0sse(t himUselt' thttuly 8
"My fiends, with gr'eat sor'row nad.
regr-et I have jutst leartned of' lue de
cease of our beloved Birother -----.... C
Let us nowv sinig 'Paise God .i'oma
whiom all blessings flowv.'" -
-General Beoauregar'd thinke 'the
Louisiana peooplo about oqlually divi.,~
ed in opinion as. to. thme propr-lety of'
Jeff'ersoni D'ayle accepting (lie for'tune
iIt to him by the wMdowv of ieauvolir.
Net one of time pearsonis doubjtf'ul' on the
gutlect ivotid avnen'en'ed1 thm le-a. Ji.
Cre extriaeted iom Vegetablo proc1its,
Tomlbining in thmex the Mandako or T-Wy
ipp1o, whicl is recognizod by physicians
is a subtituto for valiomcl, posseisimg all
,o virtues ot that mnineral, wilthout its
AS AN ANTI-BILIOUS
hoy aro incomparablo. They ntimulate
he'O N IL.V 111R, Invigorate the
5IRVOUS SYSTEM, and give tone to
tobid~i)SPlVl OlGaN S,oroatilg-er.
bot digestions and thorough ~aainilatton
>f food. Thoy oxert_ a powerful influonce
n tho KIDNEIYS and IVEtt, and
brough theso organs roiv~ ill inpuri
ies, thus vitulizing the tissuwsof the body
ud causiuig a heathy conditions of the
AS AN ANTI-MALARIAL
R EMP EDYm
m'hoy havea result act
ts preventivo andcure for Bilious,Re
niot~trittenki Typh oid Fevers,
knldFeverandAgno. Upon the healthy
L'Ain of the Stomiach, dopond~e, almost
Arhollzi the health or the huann race.
IS THE bANE
> the present generation. It Is for the
.ure of this disease and its atteindants,
'Oi bENCYONbTIPATION, 1lLES, &c.,
xave gained such a wide spread reputa
Ion._ No Reniedy has ever boon discov
~rodt Iht cts Io pd l FieIe nIt~ly n
h1e digcmuive orgpana givin-r thiem tone
_cI vi cr o ast' i ilato_ oI . 'i'iin being
iecomplished, of couirn~o the1.
MERVOUS SYTE3,'f 18 BRACED,
THE BRAIN IS HORG D
AND TUE DODY R0BUST.
._Oin composed o f the j, dcos of plants
!tractcd by pov. Iu-1,lc ical agen
ac omt' hi lrpr(*m d sn a cerc.atrvatat
rornhnthey are truaniteeti iree from
lay thling th1tat can in.;urc UtO c, 4 02
A noted clheniet. who Ia analyzd thetn, says
'1T IIERE iS 11ORaE VIRTUE IN ONE OF
'UT1'S tIILS, TAT CAN BE FOUND
IN A rINT OF ANY OTHER."
We there'rore any to tho aileteal
'ry this 12ernody fairly, It wiil not
har you, you havo nothing to
lose,but will surely gain a Vigo
rous Body, Pure 0lood, Strong
Norvos and a Choerful Mind.
Prinaelipal Omfee, 35 MAurry St., N. Y.
PRICE 25 CEI,i'T. w .
S(1ld by Ucetruh~.tewrd
UTT'S HXAIRJ DYE,'
JAY HAIn Oil Wit!RIxCxIc Cf,nged to a Gr.ossr
Bi.A byk lv ii a'it hwIg ayppli, tion oi tiat.4 Dyi. It im.
1,i it Nat.tar.,ol o u ,r, i na t pannne.iy, n is
LiS 1ia-11xt09 a irng wo r. Nold by W);uggiate, or
l!71ay ex'ns aawit 'S.
33flco 35 Murray St., Now York.
ME FIElNAD OF ALL!
"Ihlada no appetiie; Hoalloway's Pill,.
ve me' a hearty one."
-Ytuar Uits are mire u.
"I and for another box, ad k-t p themt
"Dr. lII'loay lhas Cit red may ht eadache
as wvas ch ru tie.
'-l gaa 'n1o o'tr Pills to my haba'
r chldrsi inarb~us. Ti dleara lit tle~
ing got well ini a day13."
"\iy~ nausea of a mornfing is now
'"Your box of Jlollowvav's Ointmecna
roel me of noises in the head. I
bbed some of your Oinime-nt behind
o ears and the noise has left."
"aSiend me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enelose at dollar; y'our prico is 25
nba, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of y'our Pills,"
'"Let mec have threc Yrnxes of your
lis by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
eso, bult wvant of space ompels me to
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
nd all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
enii is most invaluable. It does not
al externally talono, lbut p)enetrates
ih the most searchaing effects to the
try rcot of evil.
ri0L LOW JAY'S OINYTMEiNT.
lPossossaed of this remedy, every man
ay lbo own doctor. It mnay be rubbed
to the system, so as to reach any in
rnai complaint; by these means, cures
arcs or ulcers in the throat stomach,
vor,spine or other parts. It is an in
Ilible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
antracted or stiff joints, gout, rhoumna
tim andi all skini diseases,
[M~TrANT CAUTTON.-NOne are gcenuhino unl
as tile siginttre of J. hIAvnacaK. ast aget for
P United Statcs surrouinds eachi box or JPilis
ad 1(lm~rent. Boxes at. 21 eenti, 612 cents, andI
T1 lhere Is considlerale saving by taking
e large: sizen. IIOLLOWA Y & CO.,
feb15i-1y New York.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
>rtment.e of Liquars in the lBoroa. One
arrel of Gibson's (ielebrated Old Nectar,
M'O; Three Barrels of ilne old Rye WVhis
uy: 1st, Old Imperial (Cabinet Whliikey,
years old : 2nd, also, the Mabel Bello, 9
itto; 3rd, Roanioko 1Iwo. the oldest, 18
jtro. orn Whliskoy of the best grades.
orth Carolina Corna hwo(rt and Son r M~aash
fthe best gratdes Also, Wines andi Bran,
los of the finest brands, I have also a
no lot of Cigarat> and Tobacco whicli I
ill disposeo of. at. reasonablo prices for
ish only. Giye me a call, anid I will treat
im1 right. Ph~iladelphia Lager Beer al
a.vs oW hatid'froin the celdbraieti firmi of
argerand Enigoll. You "an fida mea at
Li tianees at the Dar un ier tho Wihnusboro
lotel, necxt door to D. R., Fh-nnikeihn's.
all and soo me. J. CLENDINING.
a 66 A week In ''our own town, ndl~ nol
UUcapital risk-ed. You can give ,the
asines a trial wVit houst ex pense. The best op.
nri.uniy over offered , f[or ,those wvilltn to
ork.Ybu shaould try nothing Olso ungi you
'o ?or youmrself what you camn do' at the bust
oss wec Offer, No r'om t9 exnlaii lhere. You
Ina dfevote ll yottr' Listie oi'.6::19 your spare
lam e tho t business, and -make great. pa f01'
very houar thant y'ou wo~rk. WVomon make as
'tchl as men. *SondI' ~t"lcofal Private terms
.w lql wo ual oe .0arnIt
TT4COu. Portland, Maino.
A SUPEf.Y of jbeautiful oroolain
CX. Opaque WV ue, just -arrived1 and,for
u1.0 at priecawhisl oa.mot fail toplease.
AUg i MM etAffLf, l 1 nmn O.
YELLOW FEVER--BLACK VOXIT'
It is too soon to forget te rivages of thIs
teri ible disease, wie Will no doubl return in
a lore ailigtliant and virilleit forn't in tile fall
MeItILL' 1l ilN, a remedy. discoY
ered it Southern NdibIa and used With such
wontderful resUlts In South America where the
most aggravaeid tilses of fever are fogUnil,
ciluses trom oite to two ounos of bile to >o
flitere(i or stralited from the blood each time it
passes through tie liver, as long as ai excecss
of bile exists. By Its woncierful actioln on tie
Liver anl Stoinne1l0 tlite IlrATIN not ontlypre
veits to a certainty any kind of Fever and
lihaek Voill, bitl also cures Ilenadaelte, Contsti
patilon of Ih ho owels, Dyspepsia and all
No one need fear Yellow Fever who will
expel the 'Malarial l'olson and excess of bile
fiont the blond by usinig MxitMiLL's lit'ATiNs,
whichi is sold by all i)ruggIsts in 25 coit, itnd
$1.01) bot ties, or will be scnt by express by the
A. F. A It R ELL & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Peiberton's Stillingit or Queen's
w'-rhe reports of wondrful etures of Itheuma
lisim, Serofula, Salt Itettin, Syphilis, Cancer,
IliCers and Sores. that coie from at; parts of
the oountry, ar not only reinarkable but so
miraculous as to be doubted was it not for the
abundance of proof.
Remarkablo Cure of Sorofula, &o,
CASE OF COL. J. C. BRIANSON.
KIN-os-o, GA., September 15, 1811.
Ovx'rs :-For sixteen years I have been a great
sulTerer fromn Scrofula in Its most dist-rebsing
forms. I hive been contined to my room and
bell for lifteen years wi.tt scrofulous ulcera
tionts. The Most approved remeilies for such 4
cases hat been used, and the most eminent
piJsaicias consul teot, withoiut any decided
)eicit,. Thus prostrated, distressed, despond
intg, I was advised by Dr. Ayer. nf Floyd Uoun
t.. (n., to coiiene tite use of your Compound
ExtractSt1illingia. Lantguo is as insuienlit,
to tdesi:rlbe to relief I obtalitet froim tei Ise of
the Stillingia is it is to conIvey tit alequate
i(ef( of the intensity of miy suffering before
using your iedicne ;sufliclent to say. I aban.
loned all of ier remetles anti continued the use
of .vour Extract of Stilingia, until I can say
truly "I am cured iof till pin," of ill (isease, "
witi notihing to obstruct the active pursuit or
Imy), profession. More than eight, noit,hs hiave
elapseti since this remarkable cure, without
an.y return of tlthp disease.
For Ilie trutit Of tle above stateient, I refer
to anity geit leman in tartow County, Ga., artd
to tite inciabe s of the bar of Citerokee Circuit,
who are nequilnted with me. I shall ever 8
remialn, witt tle deepest gratitude,
Your obedliet, servant,
J. C. UlIANSON, Att'y. at Law.
WEST POiNT, GA., Sept. 10, 1810. i
(1ENTs-.y atiughter was taken on tihe 251t
diy of ,n tne, 18e13, with wlitt was supposed to be
Aiele litenuiatisin, alnd was treated for the
saie with Ito stletit'ss. It ilareit, following,
lit'-es of botie tegan to work oit of tle rigit.
arin, atd cotiitled to apipear till all ti he bone
frot, the elbow to t le shoulier joint came ovit..
Nla it- pieces of bote cato 0111, of rigitt foot. ant C
l'g. Tiu case was then pronotntned one of
Witie Swellinog. After having been confined
abtotit six years to her bod. ai(i the ase con
slifla'r'l lonele-s, I was Intducted to Iry Dr. l'enn
bi'rion.ss Compouti Extrael, of Stillingia. atal
wasso well s:talled witht itI effects tlat I have
coittlited ile Use of i tilt 110 tie presi'it.
ly latigliler was continl to lh'r bed about
six vears belore -Ahe sat. up or evetn i tr-net( ove-r
wihliti htelp. ShIe iow sits tup all (iav. :k )d
sews most 1 0i- lite-has walked teros i lie
rooii. ler general heal! 14 i tow good. and I
helte-re sie will, as he' liImbs gal i strength
w-:tk WIell. I t tIriboti 1Ir tecoveiry, wIth tihe
It'-ssling of God, to the ulse of your ittvaluable
VitIt gratItitle, I amii, ynirs truly,
W. It. BLANTON
WiST P'OINT. (M., Sr-pt.. it, Isi).
OYNTAt :-rite' albove' -entt ilsaite of Nir*. W. B
Bllntiion we- know aiti vcrtily 10 as% being true.
'iiti i hIng I- so: n Ilreds of I lie most respect
el I-li lz-is will certoify o it. As much referelice
can be given its nt:ty be rr-quired.
Yours It rul,
CIt, A W F01 I) & WALKER, Druggists.
liON. it 1). WiI.LIAMS.
DR. iKI'IElRTON'S STIi.LNGIA Is pre
lar1-d b.Y A F. t E tit ELL & CO . Piila., pa.
S01(<1 ) ait IDruiiggssts lit $1 n bottles, or sent
bY x)iwess. Agents wanted to canvass every
Seni for Book-"Cuirlovs Story"-free to all.
Medielies sent to poor people payable in instal
R 1y 0 Ti
P reopectfully c-all the attention of
th publ~ic to ouir new lot of
Goods, and request an inspection of thtem
b<i foro puIrchnasing Our f'ood.q have been
creuilly selectedl, bought at bottomt
pt-ices, and will be sold as lowv as thtey
can he boughtt from an yboudy anywvhere.
We would call the attention of the
ladies tot our line of Cloaks, Dross goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very pret-]
ty assortmient oif Ties and other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edginags, Frillings, etc. in"
Our Gents' Goods department is comn
pilete in every thing.' c
in heavy goods,. suchl as ,Ten, Kerseys, t
l'latnn es, Homespunsa, Blankets, &c., we 0
are full up, at thte lowest ptrices.
SIIOES! STIOES!! SHIOES! !!r
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. (Call and See our stock, and we
will convince you that we sell goods as
cheap) as anybody. )
PT We are agents for J. & P. Coats
Sp~ool Cotton, and Boldinug Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-New York Prices.
ne McMASTERI, BRICE & CO.
A FRESH SUPPL OF
With now additions arriving daily,
Choico New Orleans Moliusses, fine Syrups,
Sugars of all grades, Rio and Java Coifoe.
green or ro astedi, Choice Family Flour.
Also, agent for the best Flour in the mar
ket-Piedmont "Patent Flour"-it has no
eqlual. Cream Cheese and Macaroni,
Cr-ackers and Cakes of all kinds, -Soap,
Soda and Starch., Well Buckets, Water
Blueketi, Brooms, Well Ropo and Cotton
Rope, Baeon, Bagging and Ties, Lard in
Barrels, Cans hind Buckets, best Sugar
Curod Hams, lRed Rust-Preof Oats. soed
Rye and Barley. Nails, Axes, Horse and
Mule Shoes, Axle Grease, Whlite Wine and
Cider Vinegar, Smoking and Chewivng To-.
bucco, Raisina, Currants and Citron.
I ~ -ALS0
Canned Goods of -all kinds--Salmon,
Mardines, Tomatoes, Peacbes, Pine Apple,
Mixedl Pickles. Chow-Chow, Pepper
iaucee and Muustard.
A fine selection of J3QOts andl Shoes
CHEAP FOR CASlI
CALf4 AND BE CONVINCED.
D. I. PLIPNMI&EN.
1TO '600a a year, or $5 to $20 a day
t~I~t~J n your locality . No risk. We.
th1,$~ a~ nm nt state< ab eve no ncllful
to make money fast. Any d10d eln.40the *o*
You can make from 50 ets $o9 an bouiy d .
votIng your evenings ah spare tileaotit
busilness. Noihing like ft oi money mak ut
ever offered before, Bti~los pesant an.
.striott - llonorabled eaaei -, *y Want to
know ataboutlu te la0sk uaness before'
the pubc 110 a .us ytr ressanld we will
senarl: ~ ttarttl asand pi~vate termis
samlsotra t' ee; O can tbolu
Asg1BI~t*f CO., P'ortlan M4;'
For Scrofula, and all
scrofulous diseases, Ervsi.
pelas, Rose, or St. Autho.
ny's Fire, Eruptions aid
Eruptive diseases of tie
skin, Ulcerations of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys,
Lungs, Pimples, Pustuiles
Boils, JBlotches, Tulors,
Tetter, Salt ,llheum. 8edi
HIead, RingWorm, Ulcers ,
3ores, theumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in
he Bones, Side and Head, Female
Weakifoss, Storility, Leucorrhma, arislig
roin internal ulceration, and Uterin -1
lisease, Syphilitic and Mercurial Iis.
!ases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation, 1
3eneral Debility, and for Purifying the
This Sarsaparilla Is a combination of
regetable alteratives - Stillingia, Man
Irake, Yellow Dock - with the Iodides,
>f Potassium and Iron, and is the most
fficacious medicine yet known for
he diseases it is intended to eure.
its Ingredients are so skilfully com
ined, that the full alterative ellect of
-ach is assured, and while it is so mild
as to be harmless even to children, it is
till so effectual as to purge out from the
ystem those impurities and corruptions
vhich develop into loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
rom its cures, and the confidence which
>rominent physicians all over the coun
ry repose in it, prove 'their experience
f its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues have
ccuuulated, and are constantly being
eceived, and as many of these cases are
>ublicly known, they furnish convincing
vkence of the superiority of this Sar
aparilla over every other alterative
iedicine. So geneially- is its superi.
rity to any ocher medicine known, that
m need do no more than to assure the
ublic that the best qualities it has ever
ossessed are strictly maintained.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Anatytical o, (jhemista.
SOLD nY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERwHUERE.
outhern Purchasers of Pianos, Or
galls. Musical Publliications an1d
Small Musical I nstriuments
who are alive to their
own interest will
buy front the
[USICAL l)EPOTO 01TInEidUTR'
JUDDEN & BATES'
.eo. 0 lohinson & c f' I.. nratunnlier & CO.
.L. .AteUi-nahan . Co M1 Sni Musit' lious.
AUK~oN VI LiL, FL.\. PENSAU01.A, FLA.
A. ii. Capbcll. Birown lh'others9
aivanltia h. (On., i~s the GIrand M isicalI Cenltre of a
Solhi Musical Southl, and from this Central
Distributing Depot, with its chain of
Brantchi Music hlouses, ll unduer
cone mnanagemient,, and having
uni form Prices andi Terms,
are drawn the intisic .11
supr lies of the South.
'kanos an~d Organs A
The only Sale 'ot the kind ovor sil:etssfully
'Irried out.1il tlhe U. S. Fiye ihoiuand stand-~i
id ii t riai ntsat Factory Rates for Cash, or
Ten of the leading Manufacturers of tile U. S.I
a ivenus xclusivec control of their in~stru
tens i th Sothandauthiorizedl us to pliac
'Ir Inltroduction anti Advertisement, One Thou
nid o~f their best. inst~rumienits ini repr' sentativei
outhern hocuseholds at Factory Wholesale
SEE THE PRICElm
'IANOS 7 Oct.nfne nlosewoodi carved $2
Legs. Six Years Gut'rantee. $2
?IA NOS ifOct.n lne nosewood, Cary-$155
Legs. Six Year'iouarani.
?IANOS 7%oct. square Grand, su-$257
All guaranteed instruments. Minker's name
,n each. Fifteen Days' Trial if wanted, we pay
ho freight if lie sa.e. A triai costs nothing if
astrument, don't suit. Don't hesitate to order
([ASON AND HAMLfIN ORGANS. ~
MASON & HIMAfLXN
- Church anid Parlor
/ Organs. Not Lowest
SPriced and Denrest
but Hlighiest Priced,
Best and Cheapest.
C Stops, Only $80. 10
- (tops, only $0s. 1 t
Mirror Top, only $lo0.
Poloitbet & Peiton
Organ, 6 Stops, o 1
01 h~im 10 St$o00
Send for Jntronnetfon Sale eircular giving
ricts a nd full informatilon.
The magnificent Chickering, Hfallet & Davis
Vebor. lathushiok Southern Gem, Dixie anI
l'avorit~e Pianos, ilanson & Hlamlin, Peloubt .M
'elton and Sterling Oi gane all included in tis
*iie. A clean bwcep. No reserve. All new In.
iruments of latest style. Fresh from Factory.
,argest. selection of stand ,rd instruinents over
ffered by ally flouse.
LLYDEN & 'BATES.
I HAVE just received a large and well
4.selected stock of Doots iand Shoes of
tit kinds. Gentlemen's Aine Calf Sowed'
Boots, G3onts' Bno Bowed and Cable
A fertli ne of ilats 61iie, &o. The
uloye goods wrilj be soidlower than they
M~mbought an~twhere in town. ~Give
ne ta call Mid 800 for yourselves.,
- L7 . W, H. DON1j',
000 7 On the 00i-ner.
PURE Rye Whiskey, 'Ale, Porter and