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. I had a sailor uncle once Who loved a briny breeze, And, though at school almost a dunce, He flourished on the c-e-e. He joined the loyal navy, when The squadron took n prize; And, lighting in the Terrapin, A fuse put out his i-i-i. ltut surgeon's skill and doctor's stuIT Worketl wonders for his views; I" And now his sight is good enough For any-*. Ungrateful nations soon forget Their friends, us well ns foes, But he's in hopes the world may yet CSrant the reward it And •mv from harm, He keeps his hive of li-h-b. And happy, Contented, takes his e-e-e Ids little far -Good I'heer. A BRAVE DAKOTA EDITOR. Upholds 1 lie It olio» slon in mi Kiicwiiuter. Tho elitor of one of The Bell's most va'ued exchanges, The Harney Hooter, recently had n jHjrsoiml encounter with n subscriber. We clip the following account of tho uffuir from last week's H. A COWARDLY A Vii.f. V 11 .lain Makes an Attempt ... Throtti.k The Hooter!—The Booster Gets Left. ATTACK!! Wednesday, while w teriug to our home for dinner w by the notorious Jim MeMweemv. readers know, uuscrupul the states for ere quietly m As he is a danger and had . t. various crimes, aceosted us roughly, at the same time reach ing into his pocket. We instantly saw I hat his intention assault, upon our life, we should have returned tho live In-fore lie could draw ami left him weltering in his blooJ, but being without a gun of any kind, and having u family depending upon for support, we put down our first thought to clinch tlie villain and light him while life lasted, and turned tho street, thinking i him, lie s to make murderous Had we been armed to avoid this r lie w •e plainly drunk and not respoiihiUe for Ids actions, and we did not wish him to die l>v our bunds. No sooner hud we started than lie called to halt, and immediately gave chase, suspicions that tho nt cokl-blooded and premeditated. M e bad not gone far win ran into Jim's flue bulldog. Western Terror, and fell down several succession. Went lu-t and lit thus conlirming tack ->"-y i gained our feet, evelone, Jim's valuable dog keeping a «'lose hold of 1 barking as much as possible under the circumstances, still pursued us, all the time uttering fiend ish and unnatural cries, wh eh would have instantly curdled tho very life blood i veins of an eastern journalist; but we, lieing long accustomed to the free life of the west, «lid not'give them a minute's attention. Wo ran rapidly ucross toward Couteau street, and would have soon left tlie drei ltehind, Imd it the dog, which intell g mal still hung onto grim death and somewhat interfered with our progress, so that w Barton's valuable e like a x.-nivd cout tails, The murderer tli. for tail like frightened ami rushed again* to roll over a number of times. ; and caused Keguin foet ami with tin-dog still in position '« again started with the fiend i ing hot pur suit. At this point the hoys connected with the Grubstake outfit e saloon, and taking us for u horse thief began firing and uttering unearthly yells. ..Not , earing to return their fire, we simply re turned tlie yells and dashed street. We could almost feel of the pi out of the neunte lly down the ie hot breath I -yr) 0 i CjS 1 'V. &.') * 'u ! \ s - ' v* - /vNrfl ^ f \0 P m' r ->%yy} 11 I I 1 '1 IL wi ; yj % - I I : The intclliiient •/«>*/ Intnij on. i 'J'lie intelligent «log was now living st raighi i out behind, which, together with the <onfu of tlie moment, caused several promi nent eitiz-us not t«> iveoguize ii«, and they joia.-d in tlie firing, while tlie clerks from Bull % & Wliackers' sujiply • prisoner • projK-rly be nh •re, think aped from the throwing mg we county jail, v.-i egg* at ti-. iS. this week s II. B. r.) About this ti eral cowboys on liorsehnek and members of the vigilance eommittee on foot joined tlie «base, while the eoroner i-nm • in from a side street«, riding n iuule.no doubt. Itoing nttrn. t ed l.v tlie horrible yells of the enemv. After running about four blocks farther, we reaeli • fine new ollleo next to the Grand pacific saloon and rushed in. •lei under the desk mid friends in and removed tlie «log and informed that the would-be-munlerc - had stopp'd exhausted ■ We c We received many c show of speed, which it is said wax never passed i the cut-throat «mue i .trat u!nt ions over the wad. A few mom • ; later • frie. ids lield us li oin leaping at. liis thru« lie offered tlie lame about to leave for tin* wished lik • lie •esid-j lie had I bud •. Me •use Hint pay Ids subscription Ins picket for tli.* m< •r tlie dust then luiuded We do ne left for tin 1 W.-Ilf I bad lie it Iwlievo liis story. nst tlie - have had revende if it it is, let bvg attempte«i by a ba not imd Hint T ■ hie. A .ir lifu • »»if it will b«. ual, wh rb fact ibe so-called editor h vile opposi- i of town will plei line (Dal-.) Bell. tli it lier d t bio lit t ie girl a- le-ar.i i play. o I m» n ■Mite: "Wit I gr •liool teacher. " "Wei, r be o mninuia .... lhej mine t. ' di.li. u ' When • r König What •an tiling! a..- th"V i tb.-dii ii.-i u tliing i,. I Hi- l.i nute. U • « er « bo • i Ja. :; it Ii • •xi.leu 1 i in press her with dynamite "its ■ -i i-d Kli.i •thing that with," Ja.-',; explain* a-pU-m.. : N Y Id . d i Jigiit tu. k of pi. • press ii| i, i sillfulll. s- t the st.rv at little liat -l:. id i.b il ll an; thut •t and '•! The rhild s I 1 iiea -a d at Ik- ! a I ; lllllo-iit ie.ilrtl •st..n Be-or. An . nt. i> m Du lif all II. Ii\".s arg.- Jak.-, w! lieds. .f m ivpkie the • : - Is Ol I-L;.-: -M; A It.M-klaud in an mid found n darning . e*dk i'*«-'!d.<l ill th« lenth neeomplUhe«l flnding n • hitherto imjs.vsit,!,. i a iia \ - *. : !" 'Hi i'M" C Dutton's Dinner. ERTAIXLY Jim Dutton was a dude. n dude clerk in a Texas store. He is a fro* quent visitor at the palatial mansion of Judge Peterby. Dutton is a speciul pot of Mrs. Peter by, and is suspect the affections of Miss He K fid of having designs Mollie Peterby, the belle of Austin, who is also wealthy. A few days ago Jim was invited to dine at 8 o'clock the Peterby mansion, but he heard during tlie morning that a prominent sheepumii would bo time to purchase a iiig bill of goods, so Jim hod to forego the pleasure of dining with the Pelerl ivs. A little the store about that Iter ;i Jim said to the colored Job using: porter, S "Main, 1 want you to go to Mrs. Judge Peterby, give her my complimenta, and tell her thut 1 regret my iualiility to lie present at dinner." "Yes, snh." "Ami, Sum. take y dinner basket with your way back bring dim 1 er from the restaurant on tho corner, and be quick aliimt it." In due time Mam returned with the dinner vliieh he opened ami spread the con tho table in the oflice, when this con* basket tents versât ion occurred: "Why, what is this;'' said Dutt ment. "1 told v in utnaze 1 ordinary dinner fit to bring dinner, and here you brought me for a king." -I jess tuck what Mrs. Peterby guv me." liulj Mrs. Peterby put up this dinner?" "Yes, sah, I tole her what you said." '•What did 1 say?" "Youtold mo ter toll Mi's. Peterby dnt you couldn't come ter dinner, nml for her your dinner in de basket." "Uh, my God!" said Dutton, sinking back into his clmir. It was recovered. Then he soliloquized: "How c put before he I re-establish myself in her good ' how 1 11 manage it. Here, graces? I Ini "Yes, snh." "Take this *2 bill, go to the florist's, buy n handsome bouquet nml take it to Mrs. Peter by, with my complimente. Do you under stand "Yes, sab." • In a short time Mam returned with a broad grin on his face. "Did y Peterby ?" Yes, sah. She tuck de flowers." "What did she say ?" She said she was eher ami she wanted ter gib told her ver « flowers cost $•„'. As Sam passed over the back fence Dutton got n fair shot nt him but missed him. An intelligent colored porter can get a job by ap plying on the premises.—Texas Siftings. give those flowers to Mrs. •h ohlecged, i o quarter, but ] «lat game 011 me; dein All for Style. .v -I: S 9 "a /// ! M ii: , / i! I I : -V. •1, «loan y o' let me hcnli oh yo' j i a-tukiu «lat «.Il when you's out ol. my sight, j 1 Y r * v ." Kit ,l, ' rakin' down y o' ober had. iaan ! «-l>erybo«ly as is auylmdy walls dustahs ! wh«-n dey tralHs to keep «1er clothes clean!" ! "Beckon its all right, Hanncr, if ive war I .fullerin' de styles, but s f«*cls pow fufiy a'k anl widita-lK»l»bi udder I ' 'long." , I'll*» V. ; I«lon. boy suffering tortures fr •h tin«-white t.H-t lias you ! ought not Kind fri.-n.l toothache) Withi I havo, (!eo I toothache. bnvo tlie Géorgie— nil. dear! Outwardly they are i w liite.1 sepulelir«*s. but inwardly tliey are I raveiling w. »I ves.—Life. -\\ hy. Janies, what is the matter?" asked I the high si hoiil girl, as lier brother c I vi itli his eye blackened. : "Uh, bad a fight with u couple of kills; but ! I'll get at'em onu at a time and take it of their biiles, si-e if I don't," replie« 1 Jim. . Janies, don't say 'take it out of their hides,' that is vile slang. i i Say, extract i tr t I'.eir epidermis."—Pittsburg In Telegraph. •sing Little Girl—Mamma, who is thut I the other side of the car? 't know, dear, whv? Ulmerviug l.ittl«* Girl—He looks ' young Mamma—I .1. Mamma How do y Observing Little Girl—Hn lias . «•aoti eye and one ov«*r liis moiitli. Iiad important laisiuess to trunsnet ill tlie first barb«T >lmp . f un«l tin»- passengers nil wonder.-.i why he got f blocrlc.—L'hieag make 1 fiat Tlie young ju-t t. i. Ie Bambler. e «.irl. 1 MnUd wore walking down •nue. and George was showing ii«-r h •Ii he knew. the . "Yes," ho said, "seiem-e is iistsuitly tlier«*'s tlie : ale- . ;. Ni tyrotoxieou." "Wlmt is that ; It rid." -t IK* Si •thing hor- j i.Tolic tliat gets I •in. It is caught by j George looked «dl tli" in«lifferenee ho "It It's tlirougb straight abend bad in -to k. "Wlmt kind of u di-s-asi- does i Hio in.juired. suppr -sing n shudder. •Hy, Imt I should think it •thing lik« the Hindi pox, only n "I don't know e great deal woi'x-." She didn't speak l'or tw Then she laid lier hand or lliive minutes, bis arm, and said voice: "George." "What i- it, «i.-arestr" "I bav.- Iks-ii vaccinate«l." In George's hutnblo estimation the tyrotoxi- ! '» biggest failure on re -or«!.—Mer- 1 chant Traveler. Tlie 1.1UV «»f Compensai ion. i'i o-perti w i»urchnxf?r—That imrse seems to be blind in both eves. Hopeful Heller—Why, lie's that mu. h tin. He won' north tho mom" y «leur be ;.ble s. " liovv fur he 1 .ju lie '—Harper'« ire« l— I) •I Ha- Li d both ii I.V « o| p>. Was io -|M-arr coil III In, Kr. nil nil. Ami ijiiil«-.di n •iv«d a 'INNOCENTS ABROAD.' Alle«'« Murk Twiii i *.v lii- Ko U il lis. printer .I journalist, | •of Mark T as a rej mi ter I I b.-y bad lik. wine ! -••Hi"»* ill the sago ) *g" ol which they ! Was 1 lie f in Hi. ..Id .lavs h d n i, The « 'all. of this eil \ Suffered plied frequently sn.-n ml. Mark was. Small nniiuviinei and light gave him lo.d r upon t 1 m ded it| robbed his .. Si.-plie .j ... ! slmkiug In- L. .ii'eli., proto that •do ll - dr j 1 ; I I Wild. i- d »iillD. ing over and -noring ostentaliouHv. It wasn't a which Stephen Mi ing tor tli" I• •: little llili Vole, pui'lM>se ..f t.'iroriz Mark lay and writhed, and eursml, and gnashed his teeth, upon the headboard. Jim dude. dude Texas fro* the of speciul Peter Miss Ho cried so, and Inuit Ho got, up and threw things under tho lied, and walked around the room and wrung his hands and moistened his profanity with tears of impotent rage. Tho mouse still gnawed, and Twain put on his clothes and went forth and paced the streets till morning, leaving his tormentor to rovel in bed. "Hello, Sam; what in God's been doing;'' asked Gillis another night, start Nil nut of real sleep this time, und sitting up ill bed. And no wonder he whs M ark, undressed, had just entered the In liis hand ho held n Japanese sword ns sharp os a razor, a prized gift fr dripping with blood, idniglit. -Blank him, he'll never crow again," ex ulted tin* assassin, but even as ho cruwied into brsl the ofl'ending rooster sent forth a cook-a doodle do Hint caused Mark to give a howl ol foiled vengeance and bury his head under tho blankets. In the morning i that bis is at Btai tied. he Jim the Bayard Taylor. The This weu|ton clock si ru< -I» that Judge tell •as diseovered • furious stroke in the chicken house had I R-reft. eight hens of the. but the rooster had heads, scaped. He owed his life »0 the fortunate circumstance that he slept -or, rather, crowed—at the end of the l»eivb furthest fr with and con con* the door of tho coop. "Steve! S up," Oil cm . T say ! Curse you, wake 11 hoarse and furious whisper at Mr, Giliis a wok id lieheld Mr. Clemens, • Tad only in liis shirt, standing by the ojion window. Tim night was cold, ami M r. Clem shivering violently. In his shak ing hand was a revolver. levé," lie pleaded, "you* • nerve is good, and shoot this eat for the yard foi the brute, and fit you back warm nml For God's sake, get up \ I've been out in get a bead on that lie's there till feneo I can't kill him- oh, 1 k • that I can't kill him. blank him! "Oh, let the c "What? Y Creator t hat made you. I'm shaky, Imt 1 ct hit the eat !" And Mr. Gillis arose and slew the cat in and up till sunrise Ichrutu the execution.—Man Francisco put alone." ;et. up; Then, by tho 'e Gillis, I'll shoot do that, if I can't • Sum* he good Here, self-defense, ami Mark Twain went brought in a bottle to n i An ap Post. They < Doth riddle I A gentle put up at a country tavern where it is common, in ease of emergency, to put two in a ImhI. He retired to rest, but he Mrs. : bad not lain long liefere lie heard the land j lord, followed by a guest, stamping along to ! ward bis room. "Confound the fellow," said he, to himself, "I hope be in not going to thrust another man into my ikmI. I'd ] dein with the «lev il as with and, then, who knows but wkut bo will give .* terrible dis« of *—tbe smallpox, the • the Scotch fiddle; Ha! that ro of what I will «io to get rid of that minds fellow." All this , and, by tin he w ed rapidly through his mind, : the landlord opened tho il«x>r, ittiug up in his taxi, as if just his sleep, and industriously awakened fr drawing the nails of one band over bis back besides eagerly scratching other places. "Wake up. wake up," said the landlord; I lie over to the other side of the "wake up bed. I've got a companion here for you—n bedfellow!" "The devil! v that is-" vouldn't think- I Iiojh-— "Don't make yourself uneasy, sir. All tlie rest «»f yours y beds have two j>ersons apiece, ami ist have the s so hitch, fit lu way or the other." "Well, if v it, 1 lmvi tiling t«: timt I «-art it, but the truth is (scratching liKire zealously 1 hau ever), between v me and tins gentleman, I've got the itch, nml I wouldn't like to give it to any "Hoot! hoot. '. It's y thing al ' « else." !" said the stranger, whe hapiH*ned to Ikj n Scotchman, "ye need nu mak sae muekle to do aboot it, for I've gol the same complaint mysel, and feedle t.«> the same tune."—Glasg ive 11 baitb • Herald. yo' j j ! war I DER SPHIDER UND DER FLY. I'lill .Mipliy l-'ouu.l I.It lie Ymr< tile Story Itook of St ran-ct. I Ll_i I , m ! tlie t I are i are I V ! ft VI ' "\ \ I reads in Y A couple veeks ago, Von firsd rail.- boein, vot 1 «links Der U>o)»les all should know. I'«l ask «lis goot «'nmmdhrum, Viel» "Will v i ■cob's slitory book, I i-hoiiid brofit by, imlo mine parlor valkf Says «1er slipider off «1er fly." to f Dot w*t Und vlien, von ; A slibeeulntor he rooms Uml dells righ.lt nvay. He baf a si 1 fer mi •II, Und ask f 1 !»»>', I «link off dec oxiterieuco Off «lot pi i pottle lly. the . Der «nier «lay, vie I ve Nie Y ck it, I >ts a fTaiilciu . Who «lol l der ain, : . \ lint a pout, Silo likes d'-r I)-ut.selier siinitl. I'ad delis side her— i says, "Mine fi iemlt, 1 vas no fly, Kef you vas peon a slipider." j I by j ho 'V it n \ß ; > I [ ! "YU ! 1 m M to ■ shnioking ear, Vlieru <lli I'ml also In Dei- funny "leetll" joker. blnying Loi •dings tlhey calls •y i«! vas shnnging hands, Dli.-v va •d • t<i try— loo br.-vi. I «lull'd va- l><-, -a a fly : ral 1'ark a sliinurdt young kiudtlv pv «lor IiiiikI, 1 .lake I IL* v« l'ml sav Ie-. s to simiige n feefty bill, « Sehneiilor— Mayji.*, Ix-rliap«, iu •a-all right; | I ! ) ! Moi te In- vas a slipider. sliwindling chap dt dot siipid,.',- bie. ilr d> I i • I |. j Ki-.'hdt i ine sliton> I iiaugs it oup, der slilv, I ni. I "•■S ! \ i » a m s, in v. World I ll" rl.ildlVIl ; ing forth up . ! Imuitifiil ai!k dre».. - ".My mamma's gut et<'. The dim; •I the mimlN-r «'Xeloiined: V mamma's got the red j '■Vv.-n,' 1 * l " 1 hea.ledi'st Italiy in the post." *c KAVons THAXKFru.V 1UXKIVED. ; "Mamma, did you thank God f«>r just coffee and rolls." "Yes, Nellie." "Umpii! I I wouldn't have Imthered Him just for that," —Minneapolis Tribune. OUGb|[UIRE 25 S I ! j j 1 I j ■W. .th#ol ntrl 1/ " Ii-oin Opiate#, Lmiliea I ' SAFE. SURE. FRQMPT. /T lllttTifilSTS AMI IIKAl.KliS. TIIK < II.Wll.l S A. VtMiKI.KIt inHIMM. Il » I.TI JIOHP.. • TRABE ,, M ARK* % i£ Far ?m Curt; Rheumatism tiralgiu. nt; ; ui tai ls a. via, 1 : 1.1 a 10 : . iiAi.nnoiu, TUTT'S PILLS ■ËXÛ I SYMPTOMS OF A i i Doss of A ppetit©, Bowels costive. Pain in the Head, with a dull sensation in the ' nek part, Pam i ! hide, fullness after 1:nation to exertion if boov J mutability of temp r. J r. leciingof having n-.-gh-et ! 'Veari -o-s, Dizziness. 1 luttoring at tho ! \\ v ' v -T D'»ts before the oyes. Yellow Skin. Headache gonerally over the right ey ! liest lessness, with fitful dreams, In. illy ! colored Urine, and TORPID LIVER. i"r til.' 1 SluiuMr.' Dug, with a disin* C ONSTIPATION . j nourisi.ed. | Ts'TT'S PILLS a 1 , mie dos |i. .all« >f fe lii API*« '.'i'iirnT SI.' ! v it i-IM'll li.-ilusu! -tiiiii. TO HARPER'S FERRY 1 : « > I ; i j | WASHINGTON I Ii ! **' 1 1 U 1 ' — WII, Thursday, July 29, '86. FIRST KXCURSION ! Thai has her oil! of \Yilmiog. t, " Il.ir,M»r*s I « A NEW ROAD. NFW CARS. And Kv ci \ IL Ii •p«.||i|t|i;;l| |. cl IV. Fare $2.50 Children L25 1TI11K i\!) JOIN I N. « 'on. ii i i I ( ni' Ari aii^i •IN". Ml UFKN DOlîl'-, w. II. KAIiliA, W. II. I'lKliSON. W. P. IÏOIÎÏNSON. WAIIItKN HAUI'KI!, n. M. ioimic; II SNIT.rilKIt, M. I> «'111 N. ■ lYfRCKANT I TAILORING — s i « ; f FRENCH ST., fe: Y Ll r;;:; : .ßJas, Harding, 1 SHU SH IEVALTV CANDIDATE. GILES LAMBSON UP New Gristle I liiniln .l. Wish. 1 Its feil. VI bal. he New t : In di. •\ ab tl «s I >« ticket Io ISSt'i. PHILIP R CLARK & CO. Real Estate and Morgage Brokers, GO.-»., MAKKKT >T., Wilmiugt. .Room 2, first Floor. Del Bi al Kstato hougl t, sold und «•M-Iunige«! Mot tages m go iateil on city or couuiiy prop Rents collected and prontp! settle erty. ments nude. Med!!5tAR|CAPE-:-IVIAY. Wilminglon & Northern Railway -AND HT l£AMKK lî Ivl'U BL I ( '. On .uni afior June 23rd trains will leave loot of French street 8.45 a. m. and on Sundays at 9 a. ni. to connect with Delaware River Pier. Returning, the train will leave the Pier on arrival of steamer daily. steamur at $ 1.00 FAIR FOR THE ROUND TRIPS ' Sunday, .75 I ^ ILLER fl OTTAGE Georgia Ave.. 2 IHIOKH FROM ATLANTIC A V KNIK. Non <>i*i-ii\ Full Ocean View It MS MOIUCHATI0. MRS. I. H. MILLER. O'Vi cily ol Leeds Collage.) mim i'in, at rat DINNERS, 50 CENTS. 1*. HUTU SAND DRUG SUND lllb: 8 1 reduced CAMPHOR advanced TARxPAPER UTTra« : s n Hpe«-iiilty."^ I rv. it. 1 >AN I 'OIt l l i, Cor. Second and Market St. GUARANA A most valuable remedy for Lspeoiaily as caused by « xeessiv«: beat Ask F«»ij ami xposurc to the BELTS ELIXIR OF GUARANA «••liatcly Z. JAMES BELT ? PHARMACIST, MARKET AND SIXTH STREETS. Lewis Row. i ■ Mil KINO STIîKKT. I new ware rooms AND NEW GOODS. Ev« r.v I long k now n ti'mle eu ( 'Iiilia R O W ' S 413 King St. BALTIMORE & OHIO* * RAILROAD COMPANY. MAIN OPTIC jB No. 833 Chestnut St.. Phila. l' irst-clas rates by BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. WILMINGTON TO Cincinnati, Chicago, Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville, St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul, Omaha, Denver, 2.25 >3-25 «»•75 «2-75 «5-75 «7-25 2 4- 7 5 25- 75 26.23 41-75 And corresponding rates to all other points West, Northwest and Southwest. C. R, MACKENZIE General Passenger Agent 833 Chestnut St., Phila. ' xFIVE HOURS QUICKER:-: To Cincinnati and St. Louis from Wil mington than any other line. Corresponding Fast Time to Chicago TIME AND MONEY SAVED •>y purchasing Tickets over ihu BALTIMORE & OHIO ONLY line running limited Trains to the West without extra charge for fast time. l'hrough Tickets at these rates are for sale ONLY at the Companys licket Office, 833 Chestnut Str eet, Philadelphia. GIRARD HOUSE CORNER. PURE ICE MADE BY :-: JACK FROST ? • « Who ha ' oqual at the business, ; , ,,, ,,,, 1 1,01 uso H,, y nhemicals, Init MS only I l lil, WATEIt nt tlie hood waters of tho lliamlywiuo ami Konndwe l ivar». For sale by KENNEBEC ICE & COAL CO., Second and King Streets. SFttIJSI-Cr 1886_ We have now on Land the largest stock . „ of MONUMENTS 4 S J 0 il TOMBS, MANTELS TILINGS &C ■ a ® W "f'ijj ' ,j ever offered in this state and at prices lower than ever we have every facility for gettin [Si tP PI ffff out work . . ... _- promptly and cheap— " c lnv,te y°u to visit our ware rooms and lie convinced D fttwtBE Stum |y|i« | Qmm Wms, Fifth and King Streets. THE EAGLE CL0THIMG HOUSE, Hcmovod from No. 7 East 4tli street to 307 MARKET ST., Are prepared lo sell at Kundoifally l„w prices. ltOVK\ YOUTHS' ii\l) MEN'S CLOTHINH. Good Goods, Low prices, Good Fit, Latest Styles. GALL AND BE CONVINCED. DAVfS & WI'CORMICK,