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1 v 1 1 ‘■':W it, lh.- SiMQbt at. It also informed me tnrcrtlie Vine l>nct been closed to outsiders, and Hist, at whatever risk and cost, l was ex- BtcieA to aain an entrance and to exploit Hie situation. Upon my arrival at Tuscarora l found Ltbat a Boom ot more thau ordinary inter, ■est had been initiated. All along the Head of the Grand Prize mine after mine ■lad been located, and the stock of each was eagerly nought. None of the “pros- Beets” bad been opened sufficiently tode ■tennine their value, and altogesher the ■Excitement had a wild cat suggestiveness ■about it. Yet the cabinß of locators and Kiiners uprose like fabrics of trust, and Hie creaking of the windlass and the Hck of lire telegraph were speouiatlve |KAiI to gam admission to the a , >■. in in-1: ■ i, ii iim • -n n coin was ill Kil." 1 sd. -‘thereis a cool hundred for you if you w ill let me put on BH.rubber suit of yours, and let uic lake place to-night.” iMHril do it, old man,” he replied, after hesitation; ‘‘liut yon can bet Boat I’ll skip the camp In the moruinu, Hud if you care for the color ot your hide ■juMUn j°,” HnHwHf *'££ 1 1 TIIR M,NK ' ,la! |||l! h "’ Hi ■■ i to- ' HBH I, v. : . " in s 1 > iir i i-i and BBHHH. world --s aim iio\ rs ni -.n.iri- - is k now i; <. ■a ! 11 1 1) - ! and |‘> I 1 HHBV ■ ■ , i’ doc . ' ' 1 ! lie- 1, ■ as i" k ■•■;■ disHß a secret, 1 was away by lo in the forenoon. My friend Bil. me at day light by stage. I sv-3?^Hi tllv miles wild Oil stopl'iug sale emuum my Im. sw >me, and :••■. Moun’aiii. time utter altornoon ns 1 entered HHkarrooiu oi my uotel 1 was hailed by Charier, u man-killer and bully, lie bad just arrived Irom and t>y the look oi his eyes 1 knew the telegraph operator had betrayed Hfe. 1 had carelessly left my revolvers in Kiy room and stood with my bare hands to fdeleud me before a bloodthirsty desper | ado, who, without doubt, bad been sent to I kill me. I “You liar and coward!” he hissed I through bis olenched teeth and advauced f tar ateningly toward me. To strike him for his insulting words Or to retaliate U he struok me was but to give him an excuse for shooting me down in my tracks. It was a time for nerve and bluff. Quietly folding my arms be hind me aud facing my man erectly and defiantly, 1 said: “You know that I do not fight with my fists. If-you wish anything elso, pull and commence.” It was an act ot pure bravado, but it gave mo time, and my words were scarcely uttered when a revolver was pressed into my hand by some friend g among the group of miners that had I gathered around. Quick as thought, and f before my enemy could reach back for bis weapon, 1 had covered him with the ope so opportunely given- me. I had the fiiyp on him sure., and with a muttered curse he turned and left the place. I was safe for a time, but l felt that the hunt for the game had not ended, and, as I did not wish to kill or to be killed that n igkt, l boarded unobserved an out-going train lor San Francisco. To meet some business engagement l stopped over at Reno. The hotel and the railway station there are connected, and trains stop twenty minutes for meals. The train following the one on which I had just arrived brought in Expert Charley. He was hunting lor me, and, ascertaining that 1 was in the hotel, signified bis in tention of remaining over. 1 was in the private office of the proprietor of the hotel and overheard the harsh tones of oiy would-be murderer without being Been bv him. 1 quietlv stepped out ol the office by a rear door, and, gaining the street, succeeded in boarding the West bound train just as it got well under .’way. 1 chuckled all the way to Sacramento ver the cleverness with whiob 1 had eluded my Nairn sis, and complacently argued that the gentleman from Tuaoa rora would uot leave nis stamping ground to follow me further. From Sacramento I made a running trip to the lilack Hill Vineyards, and, upon mv return, was not a liulo annoyed to find upon ibu hoi el register the name of Expert Cbarlev. How he kept so well inlortned ot my movements 1 never knew. Neither did I in quire or stop to meet him, but took the next boat for San FrauoUco. a CH L.LIING PROCLAMATION. My pursuer was there before me, hav ing taken tde quicker route by rail. Seek ing my rooms at San Francisco, upon my arrival there, 1 found a proclamation, signed by Expert Charley, inlorming me with a flourish ot oaths that he would kill oie upon sight. I The affair had beoonte a perplexing and | lerious one. The Tuscarora exposure wss the theme on the street, fend the min log shaqpß who were losers were eugor to ihruttle me. To call upou tue law to pro tect mo was tantamount to resigning my position. The ethics of the mining camp • maintain that It is no place lor a scribe who cannot take care of himself, either at fisticuff or In a street light with pistols Bo I carefully loaded an old-fashloncd pair of derringers, and, that they might be handy, placed one in oach ol the two tide pockets of mv coat. Then 1 bunttd my lue even as ho had bunted me. 1 searched for him tireleasly for hours and was unsuccessful; but. upon returning b> my home, luie m the evening, 1 found him. He stood at the entrance, leaning against a door post, and awaiting my coming. The night favored me, and f was close upon dim was aware, and sprung upon ii ni i liuif ii l.i i-- I loosened my grin upon his throat, and drawing*derringer fired wildly with mv left hand, just as his revolver circled to ills air to bear noon me. My Adversard fell to the ground with ft shat tered thigh, and tue bui ! et irom his weapon ifHyntrmletslv on &‘neighboring house i.i < e i. . -. t. .... \ a 1 uni: - a'-d ru' and refractory reporter in air is but the work of a moment. the Voices of fish. Some Queer Sounds Which they Habitually Utter. That fishes utter sounds has been known for centuries, says a writer in the San Francisco Call, and some years ago it was taken advantage of by a showman at a watering place in England to deceive the general public. The owner of the talking fish bad a portable aquarium upon the beach, and in it several tisnes, and when a crowd would gather about the tank he would anuouuee that the fish would answer questions. He would then lift one of the fishes out of the water and 'allow the spectators to listen to its grunt, explaining that it could talk only wnen under water, the fish was then returned and someone would ask a question, upon which a fish would dart to the surface, and a soft, low voice would be beard answering the question correctly. But the secret of the veiy re markable fish was finally found out, the trick beiug oarrled out on the same plau as the famous chess player. Avery Mmmynan was concealed in the inuta- BHct work of the tank, who repbedto the qestione through a tube that led to the surface, the opening being concealed In the rock work near the fishes. When a question was asked the exhibitor would drop some lood unob served into the water, which made the fish dart upward in a very natural man ner, and the voice being heard at the same time, the illusion was complete, and many ignorant people were deceived. The drumfish, pegonius, is one ot the loudest talkers in American waters. When the nets are hauled on the Jersey coast, and large .numbers of drumfish aro caught, their protests are often very loud. That these fishes utter sounds under water there can be no doubt. The sailors on vessels anchored off shore have heard the strange noise rising about tnem, and described it as booming, while others thought it was occasioned by drums being beaten on shore. The fish utter the sounds, according to some authorities, by striking their pharyngeal teeth together, while other writers think that they beat their bodies against the sides ot vessels to rub off certain parasites that infest them. A vessel lying In the China sea some years ago had a most remarkable experi ence. The sounds that arose about her greatlv alarmed the crew, and were de scribed by the captain as resembling escaping steam, the clanging ol bells, the notes of an enormous harp, with others difficult to describe. The concert lasted for some hours and was attribut and to a school of fishes that was seen in the vicin ity. That fishes utter sounds was known in very early times, and Aristotle and .Etion both refer to the sound-uttering fishes of the Mediterranean. The Ceylonese fish ermen are familiar with a fish found In the lake of Colombo, which they call “magoora,” that makes an audible grunt when disturbed, and Pallegoix, in his his tory of'Siam, refers to a brilliant fish re sembling our flounder, which the natives callj“dog’s tognue,” that attaches itselt to a boat’s bottom and gives out a variety of sounds. Considerable excitement, was occasioned atßatticaloa, Ceylon, a couple of years ago. by the report that musical sounds were heard rising from the sea in various places. Sir E. Tennent visited the locality and interrogated several fish ermen who had heard the notes, and de scribed them as resembling the faint, sweet notes of an /Eolian harp. According to the men, they were only audible during the dry season, aud they had always known of them, and their lathers belore them. They said that it was Dot a fish that sung, but a shell or molusk, which they called in the Tamil tonguto he corie cooleeroo cradoo.or cry ing shell; the name evidently beiug an at tempt to reproduce the sound. The men soon pointed out some of the musicians, which proved to be the shells known to science as Lltlcrina ltevis and Cenlhium pains. Tennent engaged the men to take him to the spot, and one moonlight night they rowed him to a locality about ”00 yards northeast of the jetty by the fort gate, and wuile the boat rested in perfect silence, not a breath of wind blowing, ho distinctly heard the musical notes. “Tbev came up Irom the water,” be says, “like the gentle shrills of a musical cord, or the laint vibrations of a wine glass when its rim Is rubbed by a moistened finger, it was not one sustained note, but a multitude ol tiny sounds, each clear and distinct in itself, the sweetest treble mingled with the lowest oass. On apply ing the car to the woodwork ol the uoai, the vibration was greatly increased iu volume. The sounds varied consider ably at different pednts as wo moved across the lake, as if the number of ani mals from which they proceeded was greatest in particular spots, and occa sionally he rowed out of the hearing of them altogether, until on returning to the original locality the sounds were at once renewed.” A party was once passing from the promontory in Salsetto to Sewree, in the harbor of Bombay, when they were aston ished to hear sounds like the protracted booming of a bell, the notes of an .Enliau harp or a pitch pipe, or any long drawn musical note. They at first thought it music from the shore, but it was soon seen to come from all about, and the boatmen said it was caused by fishes that wore lound there. The occupants, by placing tboir ears upon the rail oi the boat, beard the sounds with great dis tinctness. Similar sounds have been re produced from the waters of Caldera. 1 Chile, and at the mouth of i’ascagola j crei k, Missi-siqii. Woilo the information concerning the ! sound-producing molusks lsverv meagre, j somfc investigations have been made. Or. , Grant exponm nted upon the Tritonla i aboresceus, and found that they produced a sound under water liko “clink,” as it a I niece of steel wire was struck sguiusl the g#ss gt short intorvals. Or. Graut 1 matte pip in the presence of ‘ the membets ot the Weraaen Natural Hilary 1 ftWoiety oi Edinburgh, mud the listeners around t he table distinctly heard the ■‘fflitlk. clink” of the little tritonla at a twelve feet, and the com bined ell olds ol hundicds, perhaps thou- Bands, might well produce a loud volume of musical sounds. I have heard a sim ilar noise proceed from the great conch StrombUß gigas; and undoubtedly inves tigation would show that numbers of marine anima's are capable of uttering sounds tuat have their meaning in the economy of nature. How to (lulu Fibnli nn<! Strength. Use alter each meal Scott’s Emulsion with Hypophosphites. It is as palatable as milk, aud easily digested. The rapid ity with which delicate people Improve with its use Is wonderful. Use it and try your weight. Asa remedy for consump. tlon, throat affections anil bronchitis, it is unequaled, l’lease read: “1 used Scott's Emulsion in a child H i h ** ciil.'cd SAVANNAH MORNING NEI : FRIDAY. JANUARY 7, 1887. Secretary F.iulicott’s Unpopularity. A few days ago Charles Dudley War ner and his party, who have been to Mex ico and came borne by way of Florida, called on the President to pay their re speots. While in conversation with Mr. Cleveland the fact came out tha.t they had recently visited the fort where Ge ronimo and his braves are conlined, aud. there having been reports that tue In dians were not humanely treated, the President was glad to learn the facts from disinterested parties who had seen them and their surroundings. He asked a great many questions, aud finally said it would be a great favor it the gentlemen would report to Secretary Enillcott what they had told him. One of the party who was most familiar with the facts there fore went to the War Department, and in answer to the usual demand, offered his card and explained that he had calltd at the request ot the President to tell the about the condition of the Apaches in Florida. The messenger dis appeared, and, alter a few moments’ de lay, returned with the card and an ex planation that the Secretary was getting ready to go out and must be excused. The visitor was naturally astonished that one coming from the President should be re fused admission and uot even asked to call again, and took pains belore be left towu to see that tue President was in formed of the treatment he had rec ivea. Bui the story did not surprise those who know me Secretary's method of reoeiva g visitors. On the last day of the session Mr. Endi cott had occasion to go to the capital on some business, and it was the first time he made his appearance oil the House side. The doorkeepers did not know him, and would not admit him to the floor nut I he had taken a dose of his own medicn e and identified himself to their satisiai tion. When he enterod the Hall ot lte;- resentatives he was no more at ease, for no one stepped forward to welcome him, aud those wno recognized his august presence slipped away. He wandered around trying to find someone he knew, and finally noticing Mr. ltandall in his seat sent a page to him. Randall came forward and introduced the Secretary to the men he wanted to see. “Hough ,u Why suffer Piles? Immediate relief and completecure guaranteed. As for “Rough on Piles.” Sure cure for itching, protrud ing, bleeding, or any lorm of Piles. 50c. At druggists or mailed. Skinuy Mon. Wells’ “Health Renewer” restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Im potence, Nervous Debility. For Weak Men, Delicate Women. sl. Wells’ Hair Balsam. If gray, restores to original color. An dressing, soiteus and beautifies. No oil nor grease. A tonic Restorative. Stops hair coming out; strengthens, cleanses, heals scalp. 50c. Drittal ®mtm. ■MMM—a—BMB RTNETEETH>^ few-Mtji *'T? * o t •#APPLIED TO THE BRUSH* WITH AN IVORY ( Celluloid) SPOON. ZOBTWHBS is Anew Dental Cream. Its cleansing, refreshing and preservative properties, delicious flavoring and convenience of use, place it far in advance of nil previous preparations for the Teeth. Sold by all Druggists Johnson <fc Johnson, Operative Chemists, Cedar Street, Xcw Yor k J) filter a. HEATING STOVES $2 50. COOKING STOVES $7 00. FREEMAN & OLIVER, 1112 iiroaghtou Street. Heating Stoves. The Greatest Variety, The Best in Quality. Cheapest in Price. We are anxious to close our largo stock of Heaters, and parties wishing such can make good bargains by calling on CORNWELL & CHIPMA.N, ODD KKI LOWS’ HALL BUILDING. fl.’.lUO. USK YOUR GROCER FOF jft *■#' m / ; r fc| R V: \&^W^Srkj lKr r .V.- y‘ VG K fjSp • „•, 1 ,-^JJr t z' w. , .\„ v |p J iNO BREAKFAST BACON HONK O Jfc. NU I j.'vT i2 JNItSS P f ARiNQ OUH PATCMTCO TRADE -MAMKI, A LIGHT MtTA .LlO SEAL. ATTACHED TO THE IrKiNQ, AND THE *1 PIPED OANVAS. A9 IN THE P*JT. Electric Belt Free. rpo introduce tt and obtain ngciitH we will 1 lor the next elxty <iay jfivc away, free of charge. tu each county in the United .State* a limited number of our Goruiun Klectro <*al v.inic rtu“pr;n!Hry IJ“ im, price fJ, A punitive and unfailing cure lor Nervous Detdlitv.Vari cocele. Lnr&rtiune, 1 mio . etc. s£>oo re gard paid if every l>n|M||ftMymfctiiru doo* i t . **i*■ *r it" :■ '‘ Puunsa .it& ©i*iiaHe. STEINWAY PIANO S Knabo Pianos. Gabler Pianos. Imported Pianos. Poloubet Organs. EASY PAYMENTS SCHREINER’S Music House Oriental <r ream. A SKIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER. DE. T. FELIX OOEAUD’S Oriental Cream., or Magical Beantifler, RamavM Tan. Plnpiae, (/) a <j ifTTii freckles, Motb-l‘atbM, i<Mrii t|j TE S /ffgPßfc and akin disnMsa sad *■ • StCJ S . every blemish on imeul j, “ ' -3 “ uU w< I defies detection It Km lie J o © eteed the lest ot 30 rears, aad ■ i ■lii^ AV TW _ *• eo barm Ipm ai ,*> *3 fKv xafct ■ K usu It Ui u /vCr • mr * ,h# p^r* * 2 •'■Si IWrS# ly mads Aeeejl CL c£ •* [JZp Bw T u * urf>lt * £ yj lte meatfia, iiflng It .eery day. Aleo Poudre Subtile reraovoe eupsrflueue lalf without injury to the sHn FERD. T. HOPKINS, Manager, at Bond Street. N. Y. Per eel. by all Drulate ul Ftoey Hoods Dealers ikrwaahssU fIM ChfctolA State*. Canada* aad r.unw Bsware of base tadUtUsM, LM Seward far anart aid moot eJ | m. a*UU ft* met Job yriutiitg. 1831. ESTABLISHED 3o YEARS. ~lBs GEO. M, NICHOLS, Job Printing, Book Binding, Blank Books. Every facility for all kinds of work. New Tyre, new Machinery, large stocks of Papers, good work. Prices as low as quality of work and mate rial wanted will warran;. 93“ Bay St. - Telephone 39. tF.in ttnofiita. CHAS. A. COX, 16 BARNARD ST.. SAVANNAH, GA„ MANUFACTUftKR OK Galvanized Iron Cornices AND Tin Hoofing in ill lis Brandies. The only house using machinery In j doing work. Estimates for city or country work ! promptly famished. Agent for the celebrated Swedish ! Metallic Paint. ff rormco. NEW GOODS. Gordon X Dllworth’d Street Pickled Fruits, Fresh Fruits. Preserves, Jellies, Jams. Plum Puddings and .Sherry Calves Feet Jelly. Large Assortment Of Jelly aud Preserves by the pouud. Try Hirscli iiro.’s Ideal Flour, tho best In the city. HIRSCH BROS., 21 Barnard Slrcot. JJcao, (Btf. Keystone Cow Peas, Rust Proof Seed Oats. AhSO— Hay, Grain, Bran, Etc. BY S.S. McALPIN I 1U V STREET. pututa BttH IMIO. JOHN G. BUTLER. \\r HITE LEADS, DOLORS. OILS, G i,\S9, YV VARMSII. ETC.; READY MIXED PAINTS; RAILROAD. STEAMER AND MILLSirpPLIKS.SANHES.DOO’ ‘.BUNDS ami BUILDERS’ II AUDWARE. .01. Agent foriiVOROI A LI VI K,CALCINED PLAN TER, CEMENTS, HAIR, and LAND PLASTER. < Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga. 1865. CHRIS. MURPHY, 1865. Kousc, Sign k Ornamental Painting IAXECUTED neatly and with dispatch. aj Paints, Oil*, Varnishes, Brushes, Wmdovr Glasses, etc., etc Es ; imat< s lurniebed on ap- | plication. Corner Congress und Drayton ! streets, rear of Christ Church pcvfumrrn. Strong’s White Rose Cologne! OAKLEY’S I INk_ TOILET WATERS, at *3iamon&o. rrorirti, (ptr. WELEAB ITV QUALITY, IIN PHK) I> YAUIETY. Diamonds, The splendor Silverware. 1 Diamonds. of our stock Bronzes, j Watches, this season Clocks,! Rare Stones, is not Vases, Chains, surpassed Jewelry, Lockets, by any house Walking Canes, Charms, in this country. Wedding Presents. Mil, SILISSME. The excellence of our goods lias been proven. Our low prices speak for themselves. Our variety leaves no want that cannot b' supplied. For the Holiday Season we have the most elegant stock ever displayed in this city, and will give any guarantee that an}’ first-class respectable jewelry house can accord. g"SF~ We invito all to call an ! inspect our exhibit and fret our price*, whether they W.tnt to In yor not. Send for our now Illustrated Catalogue. in. 7 BROUGHTON STREET. M. ST PI HIV 1 * KHCt. Uooto iitto suiora. Boots <& Shoes. T - V R A u MfEMIF I N i#|\rae;wD'nc 0 b s JOS. ROSENHEIM CO., i;tr> HR()ITOIITO\ STKCET. * ptflltnrm. AT KROUSKOFF’S RHammoth Millinery House 2fjfjn hats : u jUUU 35c-; elsewhere 75c. 2,000 BLACK STRAW MILANS at elsewhere 75c. and sl. 1,000 Yards SILK VELVETS, in all colors, 85c. 5,000 Pieces of our Celebrated XXX RIBBONS, in all widths and colors, half price sold elsewhere. 1,000 TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS, the most successfully copied fi*om the best Paris Patterns, at half price sold elsewhere. Our immense stock of TIPS, PLUMES, BIRDS and FANCY FEATHERS at closing out prices. New and rare Novelties added daily. S. KROUSKOFF, 151 BROUGHTON STREET. fcitiliifve. William Ravknkl, President. PHONIMIATH COMPANY CHARLES TO N, H. C. Establish kd 1870. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS. SOLUBLE GUANO( highly am mon luted). DISSOLVED BONE. ACID PHOSPHATE. ASH ELEMENT. FLOATS. GERMAN K AIN IT. HIGH GRADE RICE FERTILIZER. COTTON SEED MEAL. COTTON SEED HULL AKIlm. Office, No. 12 Broad Sti. All order* promptly filled. R. M. MEANS, Treasurer. Traci Famernpccial GaJj Cscd and heartily approved In- leading trunk era from Noi folk to Tampa. FOR SALK BI The Wilcox & Gibbs Guano Cos. FlcOttal. CONSUMPTION I h*T a ponllUo rinuuy lr tu* bv (Hwmfj ly Its ua heusan't* nf rMI of th* worst kind an<l of l- nt ■landlni lav* bnpn cur* I. ftiievl. an atron I* mr faith la i•* vftM Rat I will **-0.1 TWO U M KiCKK totnber with 7A f* I,K TliKi rf* y on li **• <. *•> au.lerr a -S4 *l*4 c. a-*-* 1 L ■;/ C 1.1,1 ; * . .>fl| Nos. H*3 and 196 St. Julian Congress streets, mannfacturi r •irMgM ninl dealer in Plows and Plo?7 Materials of all H -■•■■- • '■ •' • ■ t I KV IM.oM S: Ms.tV te’ c die . i.fssi M • > tV Ml \AMiKKi Pfc John Pi ti ui i HAY ItAKkS: K<limston A Wuddcll’a tIM fl KICK DHILI.B: Jlootlur Krill atnsl makes, ' i n.TiVATorn and )MuBe hoes: Planet, Jr., and Parian milieu, tnllN M 11.1.5: Greene's and Nordvko A Muiraon’spaieu U. Engines, Hay and Cotton I’reas, Corn Shell era, Cotton Planters, Mill Stones, etc. <iEO>Y. I*A*RISII • Savannah, ua. CULTIVATORS! CHEAPEST AND BEST. —roil SALK By— WEBII & CORNWELL ■ a WYERS. doctor#, mlnlHtrr*. mopchnnu, an l others having ix>ok. Jvutt Kttft Krorrrtra. IB!®! Elias! 200 handies Red Ranauas. —O - Oranges, Apples, Onions, Turnips, Etc. Nuts, Raisins and All Kinds Green and Dried Fruits, For Fine Teas and Roasted Cokeees we are headquarters. Codecs Roasted daily. Pow&Moldf 138 Congress St. Gill! RESOLUTIONS 188? JlesolvM, Ist. That we will oontlnu* giving tho best poods lor the least money. ‘ld. That we will not l>e undersold on Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Illoe, Bacon, Flour, Butter aud all and B’anoy Groceries. ad. That close buyers and bargain seeuers will always find something to in. tereat them at our store. 4th. That it is to the interest of every purchaser oi Groceries to inspect our stock and learu our prices before buying elsewhere. sth. That we hope, by strlot attention to our business, fair dealings and low prices, to merit a continuance of the patronage so liberally extended to us. STRAUSS BROS., AND T2}4 BARNARD BT. oranges! BANANAS! Schooner Edwin Janet, with 150,000 Oranges, 600 Bunches Bananas, Cocoanuts, Pineapples, Ripe Tomatoes, Conch Shells and G-rape Fruit. FOB SALK AT DOCK BETWEEN WRITA KER AND BARNARD, AND AT STORE OF KAYANAUGH & BRENNAN, No. 170 BAY STREET. FLORIDA ORANGES Chomdltcm Cnt and Just what ; i Oats, Seed Rye, POTATOES. LEMONS, XONIO.NB, POTATOES, CABBAGES, V APPLES, TURNIPS. ETC., ETC. Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. T. P. BOND & CO., CHRI9f MAS / iHOII K DRESSED CHICKENS AND L TURKEYS, Cape Cod Cranberries to* go willi ilxOn, OraiiL'cK, Apple.,Kanins, Nut., Bananas, Grape., Figs. I’riine“, Coeoannta Preserves, .Jollies, Mince Meat by the poind, Pleklos In glass aud in bulk, Quail and Dove, fresh every day. Wlnoa an I Liquor* of all kind* cheap. Sugar, from 18 to 30 pound* for *l, BY A. M. CHAMPION, FR GOODS. FRENCH PRUNES. GORDON A I)II.WORTH PRESERVES. GORDON A DILWORTH JELLIES. FRESH FRUIT IN GLASS. ■ CALVES’FOOT JELLY. ■■ FINE OLIVES. GEORGE’S. > r rA r roi:s. Bwifk BMfRECS ( IIOK'E PI.ANTf.NO ■iMIV and EATING POTATOES. K -FOR SALE BY— |M. GILBERT & CO., IMP Corner Bay and Barnard street*. lUratlirc Strive. __ ■EARNING! G&LD DRAFTS STOPPED BY USING m Rubber Weather Strips! A B. COLLINS & CQ iinf rilahrr. VV. I>. 1 >IXON, ♦ UNDERTAKER, liy.ALka IN ALL KINO* OF COFFINS AND CASKETS, *8 Hull M. Liberty M. 5