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V, I LL S 13 O U O IT G II , X . U . '.i'i'J:l).VY. March 1, H82. JOSEPH A. HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor. .. .. .... ,i 1 " 1 : K.itered at the Post Office at Hills borough, N. (J., a second class inalter. DIFFERENT OPINIONS. The Raleigh News and Observer The Winston Republican thinks that Col. Holt, or Col. A. B. An drewa will be the Democratic nomi rcc for Governor next time, and aye : 'We confers, it' the State must r.a.e a Democratic executive, a bet ter selection could not be made. They are gentlemen of ability and superior business qualifications.' " The Wilmington Star adds : "When the Richmond and Dan ville Rail re ad elects Legislatures, control item, and selects State offi c'mt, it jU be time for a revolution in the (tarty or a small earthquake or a 'ori.ado or something else that "will astonish the native," and make things lively all around." Ttio Ncwbcrn Commercial News id cf opinion that : "Among other things the present system of county government will likely be repealed and ihe people in Noveii: her vote for magistrates and county conjmihioners.M And to that the Wilmington Star fays : ' ''If twenty fivo of the heaviest i .x paying counties are remanded to ill!.' oversight and watch-care of the regro"s the people of thoto counties rwll be very apt to "let things slide" ai'.ul November. If Democrats propose to give them a stone when il.eyaskfor a fish, they will obey tin firm law of nature and endeavor o take care of themselves." Thk sentence of Sergeant Mason, w ho fifed at Guiteau, has been ap piovcd by General Hancock. The .stntt-ncc is that he be dishonorably discharged with loss of all pay and. allowances, and to be confined in he penitentiary at hard labor for igl.t years. The has been too .tme.h sympathy wasted on this man Mason, who violated one oi the aiost sacred of his duties as a sol dier. Certainly there was nothing noble or patriotic in attempting the assassination ot a piisoner who is abiding quietly in his cell. Very lew care how soon Guiteau i hang, "'I tin- law must be vindicated as m . i on Mason as on Guiteau. Till: Raleigh Nnrs and Observer says it is probable that the extra h ssin will meet about tho 20ih ol A ril, and that in addition to redis. tricting tl.o State, the Legislature will take some action relative to the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Rail road $ relative to the appointment of commissioners' to look after the railfoads, freights, fares, Ac, Ac, and also in regard to extending the lime for funding the State . debt. These are probably the most impor tant matters the Lcgisla'uco will act upon. Wt Lav received the prospectus ot "The New South, a weekly paper to be published in Wilmington at an early day, with R A. Oidham, Esq, as editor nid pioprietor. The paper will I n drvotrd to the industrial. Agtu-u'uiml, educational and general development of North Carolina and the South. The -) SUtierner dotes a well wiiiLcn editorial nn the subject of a stuck law, as follows : "A l-k law lr ilu- St Me, not .f'oi ppt-cifii d i-a "ities, is what we lioM.i -io !inl 'he pocplc should tt' li:i tluir i-Ih'mmi It .l et I. tali ec 'Vk'I ti.e Kom Tlii IlL uiu he tn e 'iipcT-mr Cour; ,1 adge.- to e.-el h-s year instead d lur. as sla'.ed l mine ot the a p'rs, to-uit : In ti.e ' 1st 3d, iV.h and 6th Distri. is Gov. Yai.ce .-pi ke to a large torn perauce meeting in Washington the other day. CATARRH OF THE BLADDER ikir.';ing, smarting, irritation of nrinarv pasaen, diseased dis- cured 1 lWhut liba. $1 .n d.ufg.sta.. N. C. Depot, J. C MUN1)S: Wi!::.ington, X. C. fcTATE NEWS. Milton Chronicle : . The Radical paity, had they control of the Stale, would not hesitate twenty-four boars in calling an extra session to reap portion the State, even if it cost a million of dollars. Why? Because a bird in the hand is worth two in the busb Look at them in .Vir ginia ! And look at that bill they have chalked: out for reapportioning the State. Was ever such villainous gerrymandering seen before ? Statesville Landmark : A new passenger schedule was put into ef fect on the Western road, Tuesday. Under it trains going both east and west pass Statesville a little later than heretofore. The schedule is from Salisbury to Paint Rock, to the latter of which points trains will be ruuning regularly after the 10th. The delay heretofore has been caused by a failure to get the iron bridge in at Deep Water, over the French Broad, as early as bad been expect ed. One of the ten new Baldwin engines recently ordered for the Western road has been received. Newbern Commercial News : A mile or more ot the new track of the Midlantl extension was laid down at Goldsboro, Thursday morn ing, and everything in a good state of Organization for going forward The line is stretching out toward Smitbfield, at last, and there is every prospect that the cars from New bern will be running into that town by the 10th of April.- Fishermen state that there is an apparent in crease in the run of shad in our water, and they attribute it in great part to the artificial propagation of fish on Neuse River. A stock company is forming of parties in this city and Baltimore for the pur pose of establishing a line between the two points. Concord Sun: Mr. Hall Caldwell, who returned from a trip on the Western North Carolina Railroad, reports a serious riot at Third Creek station, between whites and blacks, in which a hundred people were en gaged, and a lively engagement with pistols and shot guns was kept up. The row was started by an attack made upon a young white man, re cently returned from Texas, by a negro. Ho defended himself, when several negroes came to the rescue of their friend, and the whiles seeing this, also took a hand and the row soon grew to be a riot. The Salis bury Rifles were telegraphed for and left Salisbury immediately for the scene, l wenty-lour ot- the rioters were arrested, carried to Salisbury and put in jail. Several negroes were badly, but not fatally shot. David Navarro, the fat l?oy who weighed 730 pounds, has died of small pox. His parents refused some time ago to have him vaccina ted. He weighed seven and three- quarter pounds when he was born, and seven hundred and thirty pounds before death. His measurement was ninety-seven inches around the waist ; around the chrst, seventy five inehes ; thigh, fifty seven inches ; neck, twenty-four inches. He was born in Illinois, in 1861. We fiear of two independent can didates for the .Legislature already in the field. From present indica tions tho contest will be lhrelv. Durham Recorder. Perhaps these independent gen tlemen wish to be elected in time to take seats at the extra session soon to he called by the Governor. DONT DIE IX THE HOUSE. A.-k druggist for "Rough on Rats." It clears out rats, mice, bed bugs, roaches, vermin, flies, ants, in ccts. 15c per box. Whoii?o Comoa tho Un bounded Popularity of Allcock's I'orocs Plasters? Because they have oiovcd them selves the ln-fet External Remedy t-vt r invented. lhev win cure MstLma, colds, coughs, rheumatism. neuralgia, and any local pains. Applied to the small of the back hev are hd'allible- in Back-Ache, Nervous Dvbilitv, and all Kidney troubles ; to the pit of the stomach ihev are a s-ire cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complatut. Allcock's Pokous Plasteks are painless, fragiant, and quick to cure Beware of imitations that blister and burn. Get Allcock's, the only Genuine Porous Plaster .RATHER ENTHUSIASTIC) The Wilmington (Del.) Daily Re- publican lately contained the follow ing item of popnlar interest : Dr. J. F. Speck, who is connected with the Wilmicgtoh Every Evening, speaks ; rather enthusiastically of St. Jacobs from the Tigris and the Euphrates. Oil. Dr. Speck states that be uses Damascus remains what it was be the Oil in his family as a household j fore ihe time of Abraham a centre remedy, a sort of universal panacea! of trade and travel an isle of ver- tor all acnes ana pa.ns, and has ai- ways found it to act most happily His attention was called to it bv the many testimonials in its favor, and be one day used it UDon himself for sore throat. Two applications were sufficient to effect a cure. He also used it on his little girl for sore throat with gratifying success. The same child had scarlet lever this win ter which left the tendons of one leg much contracted. The little prat tlef couldn't walk without assistance and suffered much inconvenience and paiB. Several applications of ot. Jacobs Ui l restored- ber limb to its normal condition and she has not experienced any trouble since. ' Dr. Speck states that be has also seen the Oil act charmingly in toothache. He thinks St. Jacobs ; Oil Js a ster ling remedy, and docs not hesitate to recommend it for rheumatism, etc. THE LOWER CLASSES. Who are they ? The toiling mil lions, the laboring man and woman, the farmer, the mechanic,, the arti san, the inventor, the producer ? Far from it. These are nature's no bility. No matter if tbey are high or low in station, rich or , poor in pelf, conspicuous or humble in posi tion, they are surely upper circles in the order of nature, whatever the fastidious distinctions of society, fashionable or unfashionable decree. It is not low, it is the highest .duty, privilege and pleasure for the great man and high-souled woman to. earn what they possess, to work their own, way through life, to be the architects of their own fortunes. Some may rank the classes we. have alluded to as only relatively; low, and, in fact, the middling classes. We insist tbey are absolutely the very highest. If there be. a class of human beings on earth who may be properly denominated low, it is that clr.ss who spend without earn ing, who consume without pro ducing, who dissipate on the earn ings of their fathers or relatives, without being anything in and out of themselves. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. The County Commissioners at the regular meeting on the first Monday in March, all the members of the Board being present, trans acted the following business Joseph T. Burton was appointed processioner to run a line between the lands of Wm. Woods and John Cothrane. W. R. Stewart and others were granted the privilege of erecting gates across public road leading to W. R. Sharped mill, near W. R Stewart's. The valuation of John F. Thomp son's land was reduced to $400. Wm. Waggoner was released from paying poll tax for the year '81. C. W. Johnston was appointed School Committeeman for.. Cool Spring District, in place ol James Kirkland, resigned. Samuel Stubbins was allowed $1.50 per month for taking -care of Polly Catcs, outside pauper. O. Hooker, J. P:, was authorized to have the road near Crawford's mill put in order. Several accounts were allowed. Neuralgia, Sciatica. Lumbaao. Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quins, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all otket - Pains and Aches. Ko rrintJoe on rtb Sr. J?em On. mimpt sod rtuap xirr! K' tori j A tril tauite bet tb auejmrmti" trifling PctUy of & Oats, tad tt-t oo r.-ertu vith pua ca hT cbnp and pcuv proof X lu daa. i'irctietj in Qa La&fa(a 10LD BX ILL DRUGGISTS AJTO DEA1EES IS MEDICISE. A. VOGZXER l CO., ' '''' FOR r AN OLD CTT V. Damascus is the oldest city in the ! world. Tyre and Sidon have crum bled on the shore ; Balbec is a ruio ; Palmyra a buried in a desert ; Nin- eveb and Babylon have disappeared aure in me aeseri ; a presiaenuai capital," with martial and sacred as sociations extending throughout thir ty centuries.' It was near Damascus that Saul of Tarsus saw the light above the brightness of the sun ; tbe street which is called Strait, in which it was said "he prayed," still runs through the city. The caravan comes and goes as it did one thou sand years ago ; there is still the shiek, tbe ass arid tbe water-wheel ; the merchants of the Euphrates and the Mediterranean still occupy tbe street "with tbe multitude of their wares." The city which Mahom- med surveyed from a neighboring rhefght, and was afraid to enter "be- cause it was given to man to have but .one paradise, and tor his part be was. resolved not to have it in this w'dr!d,n is to-day what Julian called the wEye of the East," as it was in the time of Isaiah, Mthe bead of Syria." From Damascus oame the damson, onr blue plums, and tbe de licious apricot of Portugal called damasco ; damask, our beautiful fab ric ot cotton and silk, with vines and flowers raised upon a smooth, bright surface ; the damask rose introduced into England in the time of Henry VIII ; the Damascus blade, so fa mous the world over lor its keen edge and wonderful elasticity, tbe secret of whose manufacture was lost when Tamerlane" carried the ar tist into Persia ; and that beautiful art of inlaying wood and steel with gold and silver, a kind of mosaic en graving and sculpture united, called damasking, with which bureaus, boxes and swords are ornamented. It is still a city of flowers and bright waters ; the streams of Lebanon and the k8ilk of gold" sparkle and mur mur in the wilderness of the Syrian gardens. THE FLOODS IN THE MIS SISSIPPI. New Orleans, March 13th. -The river remains stationary at ten inches below the rise of 1874. The only levee news to-day was the report ot the surjeessful closing of the break in the Hermitage leveoin St. Charles parish, near lied Church. The break was caused by a rice flume. It is now ftated that many planta tions in West Baton Rouge parish are protected by back levees, which will prevent an overflow from the Point Croupe crevasse. Memphis, Majrch 13. -A speciai from Helena, Ark., says that the river has fallen an inch, but the oveiflow iu the city has risen an in.ch. Careful watch is being kept on the levee and every effort is be ing put forth to make assurance doubly secure. The rtlief commit tees have their hands full and are doing good work. Rations for 960 persons were issued yesterday. These do not include applicants who are supplied by the marshal as spe cial commissioner. Many colored persons are coining in from the lower districts, and, from tbe out look now, labor will be scarce on the p'antations when the time for making crops come. Intelligence from Clarendon, fifty miles west of here, gives a gloomy picture of the situation ; that littlc or no business is being done there,, and the water in some places iajix feet deep in the streets. The board of health announced yesterday that starving cattle had been killed aud sold in market, and passed; resolutions call ing on tbe city authorities to pre vent snch sale as being dangerou to the health of the city. New Orleans, March 13th. A Bayou Sara dispatch says that at 7 o'clock last night the Point Coupe break was widening and expected a break above at any moment. Tbe whole levee will probably go. BRAIN AND NERVE. . - AYells Health Kenewer, greatest remedy on earth for .im potency sexual debility, Ac SI t drossier. N. C Depot, J. C MUNDS, Wil mington, N.'C. AU-x.cStej'liens has recently cele brated hia seventieth birthday, and has been dying ever since we first beard ot him, more than thirty years ago. He pits in the Honse of Hep rerintfttives in a little reclining cbair on. wheels, and has many priv ileges accorded him the invalid ot the body. We believe he weighs tevter pounds ihan he n a ruber years. Indeed, he is such an atom that it is deemed poesible! that the angel Gabriel 1 as oei looked him, and if he keeja preity quiet the trumpet wili not blow tor hiai for roauv years to come. He has been! forgotten apparently.-- Ncits and Observer. A newspaper agent being told by an old lady that it was no nee to obcribe for the papers now, as Mother Shipton aid the world was coming' to au end this year, said : "But uon'i yon want to read an ac count ot the whole affair a ,soon as it is over That I wil!,n an- Uweredtbe old lady, and he sub scribed. BROWS IRON t BITTERS will cure dTspcpsuheartburn, mill Jy ria, kidney disease, liver complaint, J and other wasting diseases. C BR01WS I ROM BITTERS enriches tbe blootl and purifies the system ; cures weakness, lack of energy, etc Try a bottle. BROWN'S IROri BITTERS is the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not cause headache cr constipation, as other Iron preparations will. I I BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Ladies and all sufferers from neu ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com plaints, will find it without in equal. m. LVD1A L PIKKHAM, OF LYKN, MASS., o LYDIA E. PaiMltHAr.TS VEGSTADLS C0MP0U1TD. Is n Pfs5tivCnre for !1 !! I1nful '.iuilulnt Vlcwe ttwUicur Dtlrrly ttt worat form of eiual Com ptdlnti, BlIoTArten trouMei.Iiillaiiiiiiatton and Clr tlon, Faillngr ud ll.plttcf monto, rul th ronavqnent Spinal WcaknM, aud la nrtlculaxlx adapted to tba Cltanga of Ufa. It will disola and tumora from th atni la ao early tcoof lovrUi.iient. Tlia tendency to can cvroua humors tlirela clirckrd very Kjcedlly 17 H uaa. It rrmoTeafalutnesa. flalti!ncy, destroy a all craving f or attiuulitnU, and rrlleTra weakuss of tbe atomach. It cura Blontlns, ITeadtipliwa, ?reroue rroat'ratlon. General lability, Sloeileaaneaa, erreea1on and Indl festloa. That feellna; of lsnrinjf down, canaina; pain, welffkt and uarkaeb., la always j-onnsivenUy cured I y !ta nae. It win at all tliuca and undar all circumstances act In barmODy with tbe law a tLat govern tho female fjatetn. For tbe core of Kidney Complaint of either aexthia Coaa pound la unaor passed. LTDIA E. PIXKnAM. TEGETABLE CO si FOUXDta prepared at 233 and 135 Weatern Avenue, Lyan,Maaa. Price $1. SUboUIeefor 5. 6nt by mail In tbe form of pilla, also In tbe form of loienajea, en receipt of price. $1 per box for either. Mrs. Pins-ham freely anawera all letter of I nqulry. Bend for paanpfc. A. Addreaa aa above. Mention thit itpar. Ko family should be without LTDIA Z. PI 5THAlf "9 UVU PnXS. Tbey cure constipation. Ullmeaaea ass laypldlty of tbe Ueer. B cents per box. . tar 814 7 sUl Drvsariete. "OTP QlrP br.gines. now.beorc the -v- j piiinie. 1 ou can make money IxMer at work (or n than at afiy thing else. Capital not needed. We will start you. $12 n day and upwards made at heme by tbe lmiutrioi. 5btti women, boy and irU wanted Cvcr--where to wbrk lor u. Now i the time. You can work iu ppare tiiue only or rive your whole lime to the budnew. ion can live at lr.mc a v.. do the work- otV r Ih;,; v..il p y,.,; nearly a wel.. .c n. . mm r.ul r n---:ke - r - ion can live at lrmc av. do the work mou pay by rtiiainrj at c-. ,M-r'.y fa.-. dy ra.t iiMr:i A!-.! ua rvvr: & Co., A"n-'titt. Maii:?. 8 " yv x TJ I 1 j 1 a A cold cr ere thmt' mj jboc term to umat ta math. . 11 U 11 11101 Id sz'SirtSi X KILLER. Tbe prompt Wt of this wfwlfa raierfy Ism aaTM thoaan.ls of Hn PRRRT DAVIV PAIS KlLLKH U mm aa TMalssiaBit. It hza bfen U f ..re tti pubti? for frr rs, sum! u nyt T&iued wbcre tt ta beat aatowa. A few extnvcts iroen ToluxrtarT' teaUaaodals Xxlutb ixM tn or booeeJotsVl irasadf tot eoila for tt st tF-aitr-en jrrsjs. as&4 Ust Rrvr hunrti it tn iii tn Stating s fnre 1 8. CocKta, Wiilauiiavlli, J. Y. For thirty j rs I hve uM Pai KrtJLCS. ! zoend U tkewr f ajJinir rwssedjr CarUsMMl auce Utruai. iUBToa bKAJfAJf. !! rtectTM imnwtUte Tt&et fmca aoU end swr thmex. ea-i wdsmW tm r lau ft an teraJueUe munsdy.-io. B. Kruurrr. iActtiissirt. S. r. I bar Jasat rtt oitml froea a. war a is enid. vbscb I have ha4 i-f ansue Crue. louold rua rtOet BitsI I tmxl roar Yxi Ett t re, srtxh retteved toe tnnaotiiirir. I tn aertat eseta ts wixtmx it. C- O. Koacr. Lcrarsdaa, Ge. Hare mmA Parst Xillcs la ny t.cAj f ir forty sTtaue. es-l have xtmx twjm U to feiL lUxeoit rs Wajelcro. Ge. I bearaa xmzar p4U Kilxxb la est funfix frafwetr. S re jresre asro eztd tusve oanl er cmre. siil bare Imseglat, Otsdde. S. Y. Inn, Fcr cmiu asA Ftrer. VAIJf KlXUSll tamiij tiouid be wlUioa'w AH droggteM eea tt PERRY DAVIOt suth.v-u uaTTt3. a Dovue or TOHN" W. OR All Af. ArrOKXEY-AT-l.AW Hu.iaoRo, X. C- Practices In the County of Orangt and all diouiins; Counties. A. VT. GRAHAM, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, IIll.UBORO, X. . . Pr ictices In Countli of Oiirice. Pr- son. Granville and CaswelU - JOHN MASSING. Chapel Hill. Ililliboro. M AXN1XG.6 STRAY HORN. ATTOKNBY8 AT LAW. Will "mud Ice In the . rountles of Or. an?e ninl Durham, and In th-6nprcm and Federal Courts. "JOBKHT C. STRUDWICK. attouxkV it-law, DURHAM, NcJ: Practices in State and Fed eri I Court. J B. MASOX, ATTO RN EY AT-LAW, Chapol Hill, IN. c J-K. D. A. KOBKKTSON, jLvifctiHt, will be in Hillsboro on the lsf-Bfondiy of em b month. While liere ho tn.-y bo found at his office. Dr. Itnbcrtsoii will also vi.si"t?h(ipcl Hill two or three times during each nsiou of Collejre. When therb he may be found ut the Hotel. WK HAVE NOW IN STOKE nnd to arrive h full Stock of seasona ble Goods. Amou iht-m . 2 CAR LOADS' OF MOLARS ICS n4 SYRUIVS. 100 BARUKI.S B EST ROC KM M K. Very clieap. . 100 VLOWk.-FARMER'S FRIKNIl and DOUBLE SHOVEL. 3 CAR LO VDS OF TilOSE CELK BRATED HV ANos , jit lonul 1 1. nil Furniof's 111 ond. NEW STYLE I' HINTS. t L.tre StO'-k of ready-Made clothing tor Men nnd IJ.kvc: :;!': ii 1 :i--triu,....,t uf jJIKjKS to suit every i;.!yl. Two P.ixt t"iI iu:tJi ifl SHIRT tor f 1 ;h- iu:trk COKKI2KS, SUGARS, TEAS, j IIAUDWAHK, tc.f Ac. :ii Htfor.i Figures f.r C."ll vt Hau ikj:. ! .1 A M E S W E IS B. .1 1 L .t K O. ! S " iij iu '.v. . ipiia! not letjmr' !. Wo will fi.rii;-!i y i ; rvtliliiij M ti.y ir- !a:ikhi furtt'.'.t-i. L-'-:if um!' as much UK' i, :is !ir, s ;'.! l. iT-ike m :l ;.iv. SiiMi..-f. v": v.-i t -i r..i-!;:' wfti- 5i y;i c;iii h:iU gn-Ht p.'tv :!) ?) IL II Ai.t.r.rr v; "'., i'ort: !! '.!. Mi... - Yi:u :-.!'.')!M.'i.f; K-VDS .! RAGS. FURS. woor BEESWAX. -TALLOW, Ac, or anything you have to sell, to UZZLE & CO., Raleigh, N. C. ' P, O. Box HI. t3TTIie hihet i ;nrket prices guaran- teed, and prompt return made. JDRIVATK BOARDING ; JiQUSt. The undersigned ' can accomtnodato several penon with gixxl board on luoueiate teraiH. I cnn. nm. at hort notlre. furnish a j hore and bug'v. saddle borse, or wagon ':,-; team to parlies deolrim .tub. ( When vou i .pjp f. Hlluu.ro, call on y me. snd I will -i(ic.ivor to make voa le i t oiuforta' ut a -mail -of I can. ! take ca e ol t'r'm' JO;.! horse. . JOHN J'OOUE. read a fctUcnn : Tar wfsoortDir-eosirli 'end etrmp it U tb lt emanuoo xoede. We would nuiXm mhot IV il rVkocT. Lttsartr Mine. Ve. jTor twrctT-flv ymn 1 faev tmA Paxe KlLUt for ocaVle eo4 civi4 Kre. an-1 crtMdW it tb to a. c l wee mxBaizi aererHr iereMOe. ead fcr tbroet wee wt luSewsd 1 oou aoemtr ewenov ear fjol I m tdtaed V try rocr fill lnua. end aXW- Ukinsi a Urm akasee wee oomudr ccrod. T. Wamo!. lr. WeXTOtf errttee f rc CrmtoncUm : Yoor Pare jtt mm cures diphtheria erd ecre thaxesVeoeUrrs hertT preraee&t here, esvlbce ik benaMrs to tall iz a elnirte tnetaore. Thte feet Jo ehoUd xoee kaoVv. Ue world. tJoWaUt with Acfctherta, htft faw. a4 ciJ chili. Ko rnaxr e&Mreir fcarre died here. I ureid to can e phrasAeo. and tried your T. rn.xx.LXM. Be wee- talcs en Bamder. and c derf ol cure, eod TVteh tt eaold be ftsaarB to tbe WedBSSkAev tia thtml t i ir ft reav talcs ca levwr. ana poo moutera vrao en kmam has do Mnal It corea wten mrrVX ttlia. rAut Krujot In tbe Booae m a i l thai BO at Sm aoa and tlOQ per bottM. COn, Proprietor, Protdcnc, D. I.