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IhmiimI by Governor Carr, Namiug Thurn tiny, Novfinlier 30. THE DURHAM JDAJLY GLOHR. ELECTIONS IN CORSICA PBIDAV, NOVEMBER 17. t V. '. -HiMiToN, Xov. S. Governor Carr ( ,iay -; - - u t -. I his Tli.-ifiksyiviog iiociuubi- i b hi' .... i.. ..f il... . ..... :!;. uu:.l annua! ru-tom It is hind-! , lv j'jint.'.'i itiifl b;-,ir:, the real seai i ' -r: h r;ir.;i;:iit i;i a picliy blue lint. ;,i.;.,'a ifitr .'- the proclhiivitiou : M v. J K i- NoKTIF CAROLINA, i.X K(.L"J"I VE I) 1 1'AKTMtM'. !; cl'i-t- of another jeur it is mee : li.ut as a (state and nation we s i a i v e tlmnvs to the author of every ,.; : ! perfect yif'i for the uiudj' Llesss - , .in li-;i fed to us. The people of tu!i:i!; htivv niuc-L for which to . ,. 'i he ravage of the storm, , .i.t i,f fU.-ea.-e and the serious ills r !i.-.ve le'alien sonic other states i:, hi- mercy his spared us Our l ave icspor.deii to our llors, and ... : .;h ! t ; a:.''iui!aiitly as heretofore, we h-j'.e s-ul'icicnt to pieserve us from hun;''r and m ant. i : cf.mpiistttee, therefore, wi: h the l irne 1 ;,..! i !.d henutifui christian custom , f i;r oinmon vt h! h, and in conformity lie 1 t c ni mem! h lion of the prcsi ,' ,! or iiie United States, I, Elian Carr, trove it-or of the state of North Carolina, do .; poii.t Tiuxiny, the oOth (lay of November, a a day of public thanks j viii and praise to God. I earnestly re-r'!c-t ih'j people of th. state to observe tiiis d;iy in a suitable manner, laying a-ide, as far as pos.-ii-le, their secular pur Hiits, and to asstrnMe in th( it usual places i,l worship arid w ith tharikTul hearts iive jii ti-e : 1 1 ' I tloinkstnvinir. And that every heart m;y icjoic, kl us remember with that ch-i" i!y which is i vv ice bh-sscd the p , or and aillict'.d, the wido.v and the ordi!in, the unfortunate i.Mnaies of ur charitable institutions, .;n 1 ha especially mindful of our fast ii:;r 1. ernes at. their own firesides and in the Soldiers' Home Given under my hand, and the great S'-al of the stale of Noith Carolina, at the city of I'aleiijh, t Iii - Hi h d iy of November, in the year of our lend one thousand cirht hundred and ninety th:c, and in t he one hundred atid eighteenth e?tr of our American independence. i vs Cakii. Iy the governor : S. L. Tklfaik, Private Secretaiy. It ucklen's Ai iiii'ii The I'est Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt llheum, Fever Sores, Tclter, Chapped iiar.ds, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Krnplious, .tud positively cures Piles, or no pay u-iiire!. It is guar anteed to ive perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price ''" cents pei box . For sale by K. Black nail .'i Son Doctors? Pshaw! Take Ieecham's Pills. Mb Mr. J C. J: :, -s, rj Fulton. jr;'..-.s irv r t Kr w n Jm i ESS .. eay.ira.-V;'fS(...J "Ai)out ten years ago I con-fc. ..v ; t r'.iri cl a severe ease of MmhI joi .i. I.e.uii:i ihysicians presorihetl ii.e'lfemt after r.'di'-irie.A'.l'ieli I took v. irlcur v.v: ' . lief 1 :ti- trii-.l mereuria! and yi.-.1 ;. -Ti r: : .'(:;. s v. iM mi .-neeessf ul resulrs, tutw!-.i' h ! rci'.j hi en an art.iek of mercurial rlin::;!;;,i. 'u tha' n. ad,- my life cr r g r-, Ejpp q r,-l f r ::-. I pavo i'n all remedies um! 1 S. I". S. After ta'.un several ! -i'-. : v.. a; ii ly ::r.-u ami al'le ri r s;:imc .;!.. s'1, 1- tllv tire.ltesL laesliei..- '.r i-'e- I "isuiiii' to-day t :i tla- i :a'.v.'t." '(".. .!!: n t:lo.rl and Skki Di-r-af n: :';-ioJ f: . Sv. o t bei .ii i-Co., At!a;;U., lia. S1CH. li:e c:::;t -;i eev.vral ir, noted for irs. f:j and also tb" t" The elect ioTt-; t ;o' JOHNSON'S MAGNETIC CSLI Instant Killer of Pain. Internal and External. Cures KHKUMATISM, NEURAIc OlA, Ijime Back, Sprains. Bruises. .vvt'ii liii;, cfkiii vj-aw uuy -5t;CK AMI'S instnr.tly. Cholera Mor- . . l . . . . i i i : . . in t ' np t . . . . mi-, v I tui, i.'ipiufriii, roi luiutti, IILAPACIIK, H3if by magic. THE HflRF PRfl Especially prepared for themopt Toworfut r.nd I'enrti atinr;I.iiiitiientfor Man 75c, EOc. 6120 4Uc JOHNSON'S OniEfJTAL SOAP. Medicated and Toilet. TiioOrent Skin Cure and Face Baautifier. Lndi?a v. ill find it the iao? delicate aud hiRhfy perfumed Toilet Soap on the market. It ii absolutely puro. Makes the fkin eoft and velvety and restores the lost com- f lexion; i' n luxury for the Bath for Infants, t alcy itriiiii', elennses the pcalp an 1 proiUOteg the k wth of huir. ri-ico'v. i'ur gale by AV. 31. YKAKI5Y. Durliani, N. C. The Fundamental Principle of Life Assurance is protection for the family. Unfortunately, however, the beneficiaries of life assurance are often deprived of the pro vision made for them, through the loss of the principal, by following bad advice regard ing its investment Under the Tontine Installment Policy of The Equitable Life you arc provided with an ab solute safeguard against such misfortune, besides securing a much larger amount of in surance for the same amount of premiums paid in. For facts and figures, address W. J. RODDEY, Manager, For th Cardinal. Rock Hill. S. C. I The Loss of a JLify or Tv. o Apparently 'ot of K i'.i U . crciint. ih'- -I-ct;:.-:i ; f tL - -.uiu il general wero K'.iir.;; on ail - : : - i l:ir: 1 0f Cor- : comprises ''''A ' liitr.-? Gaagno, aiul on the ii.,i ii,v the predion ts of the severe: iii;-' a;; weif-r i::."-t nt Svx-cia for tho ioiii.iil r. :';!araticn of h- p ,. In c .hf::y:hi x.i crtai;: .li:-orirr3 that licA nh'vAy ocourrl, th lonyor of Scc cia i.-snt!! anoilu t to the client tout ::-.no of th: i!ha!;';;nts of Gtxainio was to en t'r t! -.-? viUcjx th.at ray. Th" iiiliul-it-iuts of Guagno chose to i.L,'ri(.r t iii.- order, arid CO of thern, all arniH, .-iri'l all anry that their cu:-di-date had beet! defeated, marched upon Soccla. h-aded by their mayor. Tv.o eiidarui'S not armed had been placed at the entrance of the village and warned the advancing troops tit they wre to come no farther. The mayor of Guagno cried 'Fire!" There was a general vol ley from his folhjwers, and the two gen darmes fell dead. "They both loro ex cellent characters. One of them had been 21 years in the service, had been proposed for the military medal and leaves a wife and three children." Such was the firht account in the daily paper of Bastia. It occupied abowt seven inches o? one column. Thenex: day the editor had had time to reflect (or he, too. may pc.-sibly have had a significant warning), for in an article three inches long the account was somewhat quali fied, and there was this important emen dation, "'It seems we were not correct in stating that it was the mayor of Guagno who gave the order to fire upon the gen darmes." The third diiy there were just two lines, "In consequence of the unfortu nate affair at S-iccia it is probable that the mayor of Guagno wiJl send in his resignation." That was all. I took in the newspaper regularly for a week, for I was curious to pee how the affair would end, but t litre was nothing more ap parently no inquiry, no prosecution of tho offenders. Contemporary Review. As ttTttaea that will yleW froa FIJTY to O.fK HTCDRSD prreaU pertuui In CASn a.t4 DI6C017TT DIYIDEJfDB. Am iareatira aj BBarralida a Lttm PrialUc Tha Art ! Bo0kitts.ki.a5 XlevclBiJBLrJ. Book Male y Mara I ry. Tho Tower of Silence. The Parsecs will not burn or bury their dead, because they consider-"!, dead body impure, and they will not suffer themselves to defile any of the elements. They therefore expose their corpses to vultures. One sees nothing but the quiet, white robed procession (white is mourning among the Parsees) following the bier to the Tower of Silence. At the entrance they look their last on the dead, and the corpse bire-s a caste of such carry it within tho precincts and lay it down, to be finally disposed of by the vultures which crowd the tower. Meanwhile, and for three days after, the priests say conr.tant prayers for the departed, for his soul is supposed not to leave the world till the fourth day after death. On the fourth day iiiere is the Uthauna ceremony, when large sums of money are given away in memory of the departed. The liturgy in use is a series of funeral sermons by Zoroaster. Of superstitions the Parser Lave had more than they retain. Connected with burial is the popular conception as to the efficacy of a dog's gaze after death. Dogs are sacred and supposed to guide the souls of the dead to heaven and to ward off evil spirits; hence it is custom ary to lead a dog into the chamber of death, that ho may look at the corpse before it is carried to the tower. Nine teenth Centurv. Joent 1 Icities In Palaces. The King of Siam, who, according to late reports, has had a palace construct ed which he can submerge in the sea at will and so live under water whenever he chooses, is uot the only monarch who has indulged in eccentricities of this sort. For instance, history has preserved the memory of the ice palace built by the Russian Empress Anne, who pun ished several of her dainty courtiers by compelling them to pass the night in this great chamber of state, where they were almost frozen to death. The Czar Paul, ancestor of the present Emperor of Russia, constructed a room formed entirely of huge mirrors, where he spent hours walking to and fro in full uniform a singular taste for the ugliest man in Russia. One of tho native princes of Java cooled his palace by making a stream fall in a cascade over the gateway, and the Indian despot Tippo Sahib placed be side his dinner table a life size figure of a tiger devouring an English officer, the roar of the beast and the shrieks of the victim being imitate ! by hidden machin ery. Harper's Young People. Triple TiUar Saw Frame. Among the recent mechanical con structions of note is a triple pillar saw frame, conveniently designed to occupy a space not much wider than an ordina ry vertical log frame. In carrying out this plan the cross girder, which carries the saw frame and the crank shaft bear ings, is in one piece, the whole being supported on three turned pillars, on which by me:-.ns of screws connected by suitable gearing they are raised and lowered together. In order to limit the distance between the pillars as much as possible, the connecting rod is attached to the saw frame that is farthest from the crank shaft. There is a bell crank and flywhed at each end of the crank shaft, which enable the machine to work steadily at high speeds without excessive vibration. New York Sun. One For the Turk. One of the stories that drifted out of the plais-ance is of the mosque where prayers wtre said daily at regular inter vals for the nativt-s. A pious woman passing accosted a young Oriental and chatted with him. finishing with a nod toward his prayer ho.;- and tho remark, "I hope you go to church every Sunday, like a Christu.n." "No," was" the quick reply, "I go every day, like a Turk winch must score cue for the heathen. New York Times. . ttttfrr .- r - 1 ' itfi fin m him ii hiiim AUTO PPC-BIMPI"0 Af1 Ar-O BOOR-TOt M HUNS Machines now running, turning out thousands of etronlj and Hexicl v bcrnd books daily, neither swed nor wired. Machines that will do for the literature of the a&es wnrit t ie perfected printing; preies do for the news of the day. Btandard books, books for tha tibrary and popular works ko cheapened that the choicest volumes shall be within easy reach of eyarrone. Stockholders entitled to the a iditional advantage of large, fixed and continuous discounts, and thus, at fmli expense, acquire handsome librariM of the best standard aai popular authors. The Auto Book Coecere CAPITAL STOCK. Organizes Undsx the Laws or New Jersev. Divided into ICO, OOO gharcc of $10 Each, Foil PIJ and .on-Atf Mable. $1,000,000. MURAT HAL5TEAD. Esq., New York, President. Hon. J. F. PEIRCE, Superintendent of Insurance, State of New York, Vict-Presiden t. Hon. JOSEPH R. HAWLEY. U. S. Senator. MARSHAL HALSTEAD, Eq., Vice-President Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. CHARLES L. CARRICK, Esq. REGISTRARS OF STOCK: FARflER'5 LOAN AND TRUST COHPANY, New York. DIRECTORS : Hon. J. J. INGALLS, Ex.-U. S. Senator. W. A. CROFFLT, Esq. Hon. W. M. SPRINGER. Chairman Banking and Finance ComaltU, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C. Hon. BENTON McMILLEN, Member of Congress. B. F. GREEN, Esq., New York, Secretary. WINTHROP POND, Esq., New York, Trtatxrtr. ATTORNEYS : Messrs. CARTER, HUGHES & KELLOGG, New York. Prospectus. Th Auto Boos Concern has been organized. First. To acquire and control the American and European patents of the Auto Book Binder, a.i.i the Auto Book Trimmer MACHINES, that, to the book-making p : r. mark an aivance as im portant as the Steam Printing I'ev; v. as to the W nshiu ton Hand Press fifty years ago; and t-i manufaclare and oieratesaid machines, in this and in foreign countries. Second. To acquire tho most complete set cf stereotype and electrotype plates, in this country, of the standard popular authors. These are stored in fire proof vaults iu the City of lew York. They are perfect and cost over J ,000,000. Third. To manufacture with the use of these Automatic Machines, all grades of looks, including school and music books, and sell the same at greatly reduced prices, to its .stockholders and the trade. The Company will not sell or lease any of its machines withia the United States, but to the European book-making craft only. The, Acto Book Binder and the Auto Book Trimmer are run at little expense. They are marvels of simplicity. The binder, with the assistance of two girls, picks up printed sheets and covers, and converts them into solidly and flexibly bound volumes, neither sewed nor wired. These machines perfectly perform their tasks, and are henceforth as indispensable in producing books, as tho perfected presses are to the newspapers. " It is proposed to provide families, students and school teachers with libraries at trifling expenso and tho best current literature at prices heretofore unknown and school books for the children of the million, neater and cheaper taau ever has been done. Statement of Earnings. The profit on tSie pnUIcatlaa of the standard and popular work from the plate which the Company acquire hareexrred? d 0100,000 yearly under the old processes of maniJACture, assuring to the stockholders a profit of at least 10 per cent, per annum frsm this source alone. With tho use of the Auto Machines these profit! must necessarily ba largely increased. It la Impossible to estiinr.te the returns frora the ownership of the patents and the sale of the Machines In Foreign Countries, bat it is well known fact that patents covering maFr'nery that create a revolution In any important trade hare proved enormously remunerative to the original owners, aad eoon repay the fu!l nmouiit f capital iuvest-4. Additional dividends will be declared from time to time as such profits are realized. Stockholders' Postal Supply Bureau. Io department of the Company is the Stockholders' Postal Sl itly Bureau. for each stockholder in the purcluise of all books published, and secure a for stockholders the ... fi-(.:.iZ to CO j.cr cent. Stockholders will also be supplied with catalogues containing the with a confidential price list, giving the wholesale juices and a special additional discount, done. Such discounts to stockholders will amount to an immense sum on ths yearly jc D:SCOUNT DIVIDENDS, in addition to the Cash Dividends, on the investment. An important feature of tho sa The Companr acii as agent greatest possible discount, varyir list of the Company's piiblicaU. j i which will be given io stocld-old; purchase of books, thus yielding The price to be kv.1 1 i Foreign patents of th j ul L '.: and the stereotypy c'. ; $1,000,000; ?rsVJ.c. .. the vendors a:ro '" : ; . - ' . - panj $150 OOOcf v". conveyanco 01 the To meet said ?-: '- : ? " ' supply th3necc:-..vii.v v. j; ; of this Conn, .u? -x - Ap)Ucal-mf .:-..r r j ; at tho Cc::r z. f: ;" . ' f r tho American and ' i: A-ito 1 .k Trimmer t'- : lia i .1 Vorks is : '.vk of tlrj Company; l.xc-i.jry of paid Coni f'.ii'ideration of the (t'lOper share). This stock is full paid and non-assessable. Purchasers incur no personal liability. The regaining fctock is retained by the vendors, as it i3 expected to command a large premium when tho machines aro in universal use. Subscriptions to stock can be paid for in full on application, or 23 per cent, can be paid on application, the balance in one and two mouth. Should the stock offered be oversubscribed, preference will be r'ven to subscriptions accompanied by full payment. Early ap. pilcr.tion is, therefore, recommended. . f 1 1 made to "WINTHROP POND, Treasurer, THE AUTO BOOK CONCERN id to . .-t tl.-i capital ctock ".z t-uLicription at par 2 T M A M ... :.u." V,. i'f'.'-.oiT.:.-. f 4 rt- iF-jf - v i S. i , ii ' ' 1, MORE J Tr r- - :-- r -- - BEFORE AND AFTER ITSING. !tr;. C c .:i ;:r 1 i . . : ! . :'. .. ; ,. 1 a n i... : ilM Through - :..cr.t : arr r-.-:s f- .r $ i , r C mtmm i rllllil rcj: Trains FIvOM- For Sal ly W. M. Vearhy. IaM:l on Kectipt of I'rlce. hi, s-i. m hi m L5lSQfvraE3gP "Norvo Seeds' L8.4 IttSTZ & Tills wondarfulrcmwiy re- KHf nil nervous 3iPfiFP. pnrh ns Wrnk ?.f emorr. Iov. of" Iirui lo-.v,- llciuiiiche, Wnki fulnea?, l.ot SlMnhnml, J!tfhtl v J'm'uslon, CulcUnes, vil llrcnms. I.rtck ct" C'onfi!-onpe, Aervoune, ail drains and loss of power In Generative Organs of eitner tex causcl by overexertion, yomhfal frro;, excessive use of Ubucco. onintn ,ior sf : u.:ont3 which lend to Infirmity, C'nBuniption and Insanity. Con xenenz -.orarry in vestpnekft. liy mail p: .aid fn plain box to an v 'gaddress lor rtl ticb, or 6 for ts-.l. (AVIth every . order we (rive written itnuraii'.p to cun or refnnd tlie raonev.) For Fale tiv xir r4iwv an unwrelptfc A?k for It end acoept no other, i "IliClTI.AR FUEK. KhtUKK AMI AT lfcK LM.U. Address 1V fKD Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111. For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS & Co., and by W. M. VEARBZ Drug-gists. S. W. HOLMAM Sl CO., Sanitary Engineers AND Electrical Contractors ! WHOLESALE AND It ETA I L UEALEKS IN All Kinds of Material and Tools FOR Electricians, Machinists, Plumbers, Gas and S:eam Fitters CONTRACTORS FOR HEATING BY STEAM OR HOT WATER! AGENTS FOR THE NATIONAL EOT WATER HEATER COMPANY. SELLING AGF.NTS FOR Catalogues. Pricc"Lists. Etc.. Fumi-hcl on Apjuimrioii. n. Kansas City, St. Joseph, ST; PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. rullmua Palace Sleeping Cars! Fret Reclining Chair Cars! only One Change of Cars to the Pacific Coast. THE BKST LINE FOH ISTeTorsiGlra., Cclcrad HIT. IS LACK UILI.S, AM ALL P.JNTS HAVE YOUR WINTER CLOTHING Dyed, Cleaned and Repaired AT 1 II K WiNSTON-SALEM Steam Dyios and Cleanina Works ! I iir Liur :t Suits and Ovcrcouts A SI'IXIALTV. NOSTH A. (". DAW US. ;. P. i: I. A., Sf. S'.o A I WEST. ii. li. TOHI. Cicn. A unut, :t''lM'. Tcnp. Ladies' Garments in Any Color ! SATIS ACTION CiUAKANTKLIt. W. H. SOGER ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE!; University of North Carolina! ! ITavine qualified this day a? A I-niriL-trat r " of the estate of William Chisnliaii. d-c t.-c-i. all persons having claims ain-t the ettai. ci gaM deceased are hereby totified tj ' said claims to me before etolr I H. or this notice will be plead in bar of thar r cov ery. All persons indebted to s.rA estate are notified to come forward and stti at once. JAS.r.lHIMi.MlALU Oct. S UJ. Adm'r of Wm. t'hisc-nhU. roni'MEXr-Faculty of "J teachers. 11 i i.j:p .s. 7 s.-'ntittc WrAt-.we. 'il.rary of .' volutars. s:udcut. Nll'.t'CTIO"-FiH' u-: -?nl cjIrs. r: t coi:ri. rri n: .1 rj- :a li'. ii.tdicinrr. eniuceri tr a:J chemistry, op-t-.ijil ourses. l.Xl'LNSKS-Tuition ?it f( ryear. Scholar sh'l's Awi loj.ns for the ne iy. Ad-lrv.4 PKESIDEN'T WIXSTtiV. :bil Hill. N. C Trinity Ooliege The -r.ariic'.iT and pubMc wyrth of a hiht-r in-ittu:i-m 01' i-arnmr i- known Ly wh.it ft if aniOKx Ijunr.u the put f ty)-nro turn Coileye ha rtf.'J-re'i Ltnf i:jed puniic 1 havinsr le n Futaiu."l !' j'Uatc eontril'U tioi.s ani triveu b: r So! t to the public wel fare. It ttjinl-s tor pnf res-ive ll-a and ! th rprentn! i t H'ivari"l thoj)fnt in public lil. '1 he l-aven of her e!ion. hso-'itii- kened e cry (ti.r -uc:ttiiria! i ttitutlM. w;th:n the rineol i r Jr.tluenc-. Yt,r l"'Xi i itif i'yilnwifiif i';;urtrj.en!3 iiti open for lnstructi'jti aft-r August .il : 1. I'nilosopnical and Literary for A. Ii. can didates) '. IIL-tory. Political and S. lal Science '.for Ir.. I!. cacciidate). 3. S'-ientitic (for II. S. -andi'lat.. 4. Technological (tor li K. eau ii later -. I jw Sehol u'r.iu'r term open July ll. J h -l. ii-ii 'or :t im.-f er:.il t ariO.'! ii 7. orarnt rcia: oui sc pref-urat'-ry lui btii i p-.rsUitsi. lu-ttes 1 h-!-' there art- thre .j,-ccial ?cYn w ;i a courses o. a more pructi.al profc-wionai cuaracter : 1. 'I h? Sormal Seho'tl for Tf aclir Ten C'tur'es of profeiot.al instruction for one year. srliol of Journal. ni Prof. John I-V.l-r. director, ''..irvs of instruction in rnwiia. jvk !'..!): lv.nl x-ience. lli-tor. S-c'-jyj" anU c:i- praclicai n- ap;r work, rt'j :r-i. v ):,! f 1 iu.tnr e, f Ir.miHnU :itnl Al tr.tio.t iwc J -ir-' ( ''!r-s im tL f: . s'til!--! r.-'-T' 1 t' 1 ii'-''-- 1 it f-"- 1 . . ri t-l - 1 i t : iii.p.e !-:' ihi r ir I.tomtori-. i.i; r. - -;i i hi--, trit l'.aLt fo: fe'iviufe'tbv i.-t USTu-ti-:: ii c-ui o3'V-J. f a - t.':;i l:nsare the 2n..-: and b- t ad pi-0 ir. t!:e Ftute. PUoriin.ioK. S:M No li, City Market. 1 ii' M-rt. In'ruct rs in chosen for St tti ?3 R 13 ? f:Icured at E 'o:e :t ; Pf v, M H aiiifo j: naii.. liti r r a ft gM&jg J m Atlanta, Ca. O-iv 1-i. . if. c:-rit iu and d-vjiion to the work f Ui ai in tu 1' -iih. The iatticipal?o:i "I Mu ie'.?' iu ta ir own k ' rrnnent in iniif will t t v:f r. .t Li the t i'.-iiir.j of tb- ' ar. A'it- jt -l! K'Hjai may -ciind :!! iute 'estii:f :r.fyr mttiou j iven f't-.- ny dp;.. ai e n by mai: or it perva to JOHN F. CUuWr.LL. I'rejvi t. , lurhaia. N. C. IN STOCK : Canned ( Joorls, Cured Meats (.'(' KKCl'lONKIiV. K !C. ill Kinds Vegetables in Season Fn;-! r ';!. r nbl IVmlfrj I .sf -U'lltW . (it VI I! A f'AI.I. WANTED T An Am ur in K very Town of Xo ih Carol ina. GONZALES & WITHERS, COLUMBIA, S. C, uKurns in Ty writer?, Hicycles and Specialties.