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Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Boys and Children
CANNOT FAIL TO BE SUITED IN
STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
C HAS, K. JONES, Editor 4t Prwprlator
Khtibid At ram Fom-Omo Cbabuxti,
. 0.. AS BlOOMVCLiW MATCTB.1
WEDNESDAY, JAN. U, 1882.
MR. BEST ONCE M.OHE.
The Goldsboro Messenger re-publish
es the article in regard to the alleged j
failure of Mr. Best in the matter of
the Midland Railroad scheme, and then
in commenting upon it says: Oures-
teemed Charlotte contemporary has
been misinformed." We have this to
willing to go to the gallows to-morrow,
if it is the .Lord's will. I'm sick of this
bosh. Judge Pprter. I wish you would
get your five thousand dollars and go
Judge Porter concluded hta masterly
argument at 11:40 by reading the now
famous letter of President Garfield to
Judge Payne, in which he compliment
ed and thanked him for brushing away
the net-work of sophistries witn wmcn
it has of late years been customary to
Exhibits Presented te U
sav : Uur statement was maue uuou
The argument in the case of Guiteau authority coming second-hand from a It has of late years Deen cfComary w
was closed vesterdav with the speech of n lawver of Newbern. If Mr. <y Whm "
... I - I 11 Ll US &U CALUDD XVJ1 MlUICi
Judge Porter for the prosecution, wmcn Best's syndicate hasn't failed, we be-1 judge Cox, at 11:45, began the read
the dispatches inform us was a power- lieve tne failure is but a question of
ful and masterly argument bo that I Mme hut the opportunity to refer to
Washington, Jan. 10. The House
AnmmittM cm Acrrienltnre to-day de
cided and the chairman was authorized TT T
to report a bill to the House appropria- J J JX
transpojng 6 '-Washington certain
agricultural and mineral products
which have been on exhibition at the
Atlanta Cotton Exposition and were
presented to the United States.
practically speaking the trial as far as tne matter once more gives us the priv-1
Judge Cox's court goes is ended. The
argument of Judge Porter was follow
ed by the reading of the Judge's decis
ion on points raised by the counsel, and
as far as we can judge from that
portion of the decision transmitted over
the wires there is not much comfort in
it for Guiteau. There were really but
two points in the case, the one the juris
diction of the court, which Judge Cox
holds is full and competent, the other
the question of insauity which was the
real plea, on which the defense based its
hope. Judge Cox is evidently of the
opinion that the prisoner was fully con
scious at the time of the shooting of
the difference between right and wrong,
and of the nature of the deed which he
meditated and executed, so that there
will be no favorable instructions on
this point given to the jury. These two
essential points disposed of there is
nothing left for Guiteau to stand upon,
the issue resolving itself before the jury
into simply one of fact, the shooting
which is not denied.
We have remarked in discussing the
question of insanity in these columns
that Guiteau played his part too well, a
conviction that seems to have taken
hold of the public, is alluded to in the
speeches of the counsel for the prosecu
tion, and is strengthened by the recent
utterances of the prisoner himself.
When he uttered the exclamation, as he
did during the progress of the trial, that
he would rather be "hanged as a sane
man than acauitted as a fool," he dam
aged his insane
Snutll Px at Mather, Wis
Taw v aw. "Wis- Jan. 10. Small pox
has broken out at Mather, a small sta
tion 15 miles north or nere. vne "
and 10 cases are reported, roe innaui-
ilege of saying that we shall be glad it
it turns out that The Observer nas
been mistaken. So far as we are con
cerned we shall be glad to see the
bosom of the State furrowed with a
hundred lines of railroads, and they
shall all have our sympathy.
But ours is a news paper, and we well
remember that we were first to an
nounce that a proposition would be
made to buy the Western North Caro
lina railroad, and there were a few pa
pers in the State who regarded the re
port as sensational, and refused to be
lieve it until the facts became patent
Now it is just possible that the Mes
senger belongs to that class of doubt
ing Thomases who refuse to believe
until all the evidence is in. We shall
see who is right.
A TRUE STATEMENT.
It i3 an indisputable fact that crime
is largely on the increase in this coun
try, not mere pretty thieving, but gigan
tic, collossal robbery, and outrages of
the most heinous kind. That much of
this is due to the failure to prosecute
and punish the criminals, and to the
consideration which is shown to dis
tinguished criminals, is beyond doubt
The Baltimore Times, in referring to
the fact that Howgate, the government
defaulter, was allowed to leave the jail
and spend Christmas day with his
friends, and that Guiteau held a new
year's reception in jail where he had
numerous callers, makes the following
plea immensely, and I just and pertinent remarks:
ing of his decision, which begins with a
lengthy review of the subject of juris
Judge Cox occupied 55 minutes in tanta are scattering in all directions.
reading mat puruuu ui. uia uiwowu
touching upon the question of jurisdic
tion. He reviewed the progress of the
opinion and cited all important rulings
from the early days of common law in
England, and decided against the
prayer of the defence. He summed up
the question that jurisdiction is com
plete in the place where the wound is
committed. Consequently this court
has full cognizance of the dffence.
Judge Cox next took up the question of
the legal text of insanity and decided
that the knowledge and appreciation of
the difference between ngnc ana wrong
must be taken as a correct test
TTTE guarantee that every pair of SHOES we Mdl shall be found Just as represented, and shall allow no house to give 70a better goods than we do for the
doner. Our stoek has been carefullT selected with a new to toe wants of all classes of customers, and comprises a full line of beautiful and seasonable
good 'of the Terj best quality and all grades, from the finest French Kid Button Boot to the Heaviest Brogan. If you wish to get your boots and shoes to
suit you and at the lowest possible prices, you cannot do better than at our store. GlveusacalL
A. E. RANKIN & BEO.,
Central Hotel Block. Trade Street.
Pensacola, Jan. 10. The Gazette
navnnAtwr and Advance have consoli
dated and will publish a daily called
Washington, D. C, Jan. 10. South
Atlantic local rains and fairly cloudy
and slightly warmer weather, winds
shifting to south and west and falling
a Tmfoatr nf Atlanta. 6a.. sars: 8. S. 8.
cured me of a violent case of Scrofula, which had
failed to yield to au otner treatment.
110,000 would not purchase from me what 8.
a a tuu Affaetad la curl 112 me of Malarial Rheu
matism. Archie Thomas, editor of the Republi
can, sprmgneid, Teqn.
Coffee drinkers should read the advertisement
In another column headed. "Good Coffee."
CASE I If
The popular prejudice against proprietary reme
dies has long since been conquered by the mar
velous success of such a remedy as Dr. Bull s
cough syrup, usea everywhere uj evenuour.
when in interrupting Judge Porter yes
terday he yelled out that he did the
deed "and staked his life on it, and was
ready to go to the gallows if it was the
Lord's will," he damaged it sClll more,
for it was a direct repudiation by him
of the theory of the defense, and a con
fession that he was not only conscious
of his act but of the legal conseq uences
of it. Had he gone into court, kept his
mouth shut and left his case entirely to
Scoville, his chances would have been
much better. And yet it is difficult to
understand how that man, if in the full
possession of his senses, could have gone
into that court room day after day, and
played the role he did with the cool, ir
repressible effrontery which character
ized his conduct from beginning to end.
He presents a strange picture and an
interesting study. But whether sane
or insane, this court, we take it, regards
him a3 a sane man as far as the law
governing insanity goes ; and on the
jury will rest the responsibility of his
conviction or acquittal. His only hope
remains in the possibility not much
probability that one or more jurors
may, notwithstanding the opinion of
the judge, believe in the theory of in
sanity, or have doubts on it and acting
on that belief, or giving the benefit of
the doubt, refuse to convict. In brief,
his only hope of not being hanged is in
hanging the jury, in finding eleven men
to obstinate that the one man will not
te able to make them agree with him.
It will not be long, however, before any
doubt on this point will be removed.
It has been a singular trial from the
beginning, a sort of a farce performed,
so to speak, over the corpse of a dead
President, in which the murderer play
ed the clown, and the public with a
stranee and unaccountable levity en
couraged him. It is a relief to know
that the thing is at an end, whatever
the end of the criminal may be.
FAVORS A CHANGE.
The Durham Tobacco Plant con
cludes an editorial on the present mode
of appointing Justices of the Peace,
and organizing the county govern
That the present system is unsatis
factory, after the correction of the evils
above referred to, none acquainted
with public affairs can doubt and we
give our voice in favor of transferring
back to the people the election of county
commisioners and justices of the
It would be hard to over-estimate
the bad effects of such gross abuses as
these. Crime of all sorts is rampant in
Washington, and the district jail is
usually full of criminals. A large pro
portion of them are petty offenders, or
people for whose misdemeanors there is
more or less of excuse. It is not one of
these, however, whom the authorities
select when they decide to temper a
little the severity of the law. On the
contrary, they take pains to pick out
the two most notorious criminals for
their favor, and then stretch the power
in their hands to its extremest tension
in order to make the holiday season as
agreeable as possible to them. They
thus serve notice in the most public
manner that crime, to secure clemency,
must be reckless and audacious. The
murderer, if he would insure excep
tional privileges, must not kill a private
citizen, but must aim his shot at the
high official. The thief, if he would
make sure of his holiday pleasures
while in jail, must not steal a coat or a
$10 bill, but must thrust his arm to the
elbow into the treasure left in his
charge. In short, the average criminal
in the Washington jail and not there
alone, but throughout the country is
taught the lesson that his mistake con
sisted not in committing the crime of
which he is guilty, but in not commit
ting a greater one."
The rope finished the
of five life-takers in the
COrriEftS CROWDING THE
The Louisville Courier-Journal tells
the following about Gen. Burbridge,
the recent denunciation of whom by
Congressman Blackburn, of Kentucky,
it was thought would lead to a duel:
"As a fair sample of Burbridge justice,
the late Gen. Huston, of Lexington,
said he once found that persecuted im
personation of innocence looking over
the papers in the case of a war prison
er. 'I can find nothing against this
man; have him released,' said Bur
bridge to his Adjutant 'General, you
are very forgetful, replied the Adjutant.
That man was shot two weeks ago, by
your order. "
A new association, known as the
Garfield Land Improvement Company,
has purchased 30,000 acres of land near
Buena Vista, N. J., withthe idea of
building three cities on tne land, the
principal two of which will be named
respectively Garfield and Dakland city.
The company has a capital of $3,000,000
That's a sort of a graveyard specula
tion, turning a dead man's name to ac
count. This is the beginning probably
of a host of "Garfield" humbugs and
swindling schemes, where sharpers will
use the dead man's name to put money
in their purses.
Bicbmond State: "The Nation! Slaw
Makers." ia the congressional heading
nf a Philadelphia paper. Though the
Porter's Powerful Pies for Justice,
which Drives A war Levity, is Lis
tened to In solemn Silence and Dis
turb the Hepose of tbe "HemaTer."
The Argument Closed and Judge
Cox begin the Reading of Hta De
cision He Decides the Question off
Jurisdiction and bold the Prisoner
to be sane.
Washington, January 10. The court
room was densely crowded this morn
ing, when Judge Cox made his appear
ance, a great majority Deing new com
ers, as was evidenced by the general
effort to catch a glimpse of the prisoner
as he passed before them on his way to
As Guiteau passe 1 his brother he
whispered to him "come over to the
dock, I want to see you about some
thing of great importance," and taking
his seat the prisoner laid down a large
bundle of papers and spreading out his
manuscript busied himself in looking it
Judge Porter began his argument
shortly after ten o'clock and at once
fixed the attention of every one in the
Guiteau pretended to be engrossed in
his manuscript, but soon laid it aside,
and listened with rapt attention.
It is believed that Judge Porter will
speak until the hour of recess.
Nothing like it has been seen or heard
in the past nine weeks in the Guiteau
trial. As Judge Porter reviewed the
conduct of the prisoner and the con
duct oh the part of his counsel, his
course in court, the crime in all its
hideous ugliness, was held up to the
detestation of his hearers, the silence
became oppressive, and the presence of
avenging justice in the near future was
suggested with a force ef conviction
that swept from the court room every
vestige of that levity which has so long
danced in attendance upon every ut
terance of the prisoner, and like a veil
obscured from the consciousness of the
spectators the horrors of his crime, and
what should be the solemnity ef its ju
The prisoner winced and nervously
twisted in his place, and for several
minutes was unable to say anything
that in any sense could approach to an
interruption. Gradually the prisoner
gained his usual assurance and resumed
his daily habit of interrupting with
contradictions and denials. For once,
however, the insufferable impudence of
the prisoner was completely overawed.
Neither his noise nor his abuse could
interrupt or silence the avalanche of
condemnation that swept from the lips
of the eloquent counsel.
The prisoner is mistaken, your honor,
said Judge Porter, if he believes by nil
unseemly howling he can prevent my
voice zrom oeing neard by tbe jury.
The puppet cannot be moved in such
morrlll's Tariff Bill Commission Fa
vored by the Committee on Fi
nance. Washington, January 9. House.
Benjamin Wood, of New York, appear
ed at the bar of the House and quali
ified as a member.
The House then as the regular order
resumed the consideration of the Utah
contested election case, pending, the
resolution being that offered by Has
kell, of Kansas, declaring that Allen G.
Campbell, delegate elect from Utah
Territory, is entitled to be sworn in as
delegate on his prima facie right.
Reed, of Illinois, offered as a substi
tute, resolutions referring to the com
mittee on elections the question of pri
ma facie rights as between Campbell
and Cannon to be sworn in as delegate
from Utah, together with all certifi
cates and papers presented on each
side, with instructions to that commit-
tee;to report at as eariy a aay as oossiDie.
After a spicy debate, in which Has
kell and Cox were the principal speak
ers. Reed modified his substitute so as
to refer to the committee on elections,
not only the decision of the prima facie
case, but also a final decision of con
test, and proceeded to argue in favor of
McCord, of Iowa, sent to the clerk's
desk and had read a resolution which
he said he would offer at the proper
time as a substitute for the pending
resolution. It is long and to the effect
that it is inconsistent with the rights
and dignity of the House that the Ter
ritory of TJ tab, which is so flagrantly
controlled by the institutions of poly-
cramv. should be entitled to representa-
tion "on the floor of the House; that
delegates claiming a seat from that
Territory are declared disqualified, and
that all papers in this case be referred
to the committee on elections, with in
structions to present a bill declaring
with effeet the judgment of the House
as herein expressed.
Haskell stated that he desired to
offer a resolution giving certain in
structions to the committee on elec
tions in case the matter was referred to
it It was read as follows:
Whereas, Polygamy has been for
many years, and is now practiced in
several of the Territories of the United
States in contravention of the laws
thereof: and whereas, there has been
admitted into former Congresses of tbe
United States a delegate from the Ter
ritory of Utah, who has served in the
House of Representatives as such,
while sustaining polygamous marital
relations. Vide documents in the con
tested election case of Cannon vs.
Campbell. Therefore, be it
Resolved, As a fixed and final deter
mination of the House of Representa
tives of the 47th Congress, that no per
son guilty of living in polygamous
marital relations, or of teaching or in
stigating others to do so, is entitled to
be admitted in this House as a delegate
from any Territory of the United
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committee, reported, with a recommen
dation that it oass. the Morrill tariff
commission bill, and also with adverse
report on Garland's commission bill.
He said he favored the mode of consti-.
tuting the commission prescribed in the
former, namely, from among civilians
as tending.to remove the tariff question
from the arena of sectional and parti
san feeling, of the existence of which
Congressmen are fully conscious. Pro
ceeding to argue the necessity for im
mediate action to correct incongruities',
and the inefficiency of the existing tar
iff, he characterized its class legisla
tion, for tbe benefit of tbe few as a
perversion of legislation. He repudia
ted the doctrine that what is wanted is
tariff for protection, with incidental
revenue, and argued that taxation to be
just; must be uniform, and to be uni
form, must be universal. The para
mount purpose in tariff taxation should
be to provide for the expenses of the
government, and the incidental result
of this in fostering our industries might
be wisely considered not as the control
ling motive in laying the taxes, but as
one of its inevitable results. He did not
propose now to discuss principles .of
taxation at any length. They were
soon to be acted upon by the represen
tatives of the people. The war taxes
of the present tariff were out of date in
time of peace. In illustration of this
he referred to dutie3 on various articles
Upon the conclusion of Bayard's re
marks, the morning hour having in the
meantime been reached informally, the
Sherman funding bill came up, tut was
temporarily laid aside without a vote.
when Beck took the floor and delivered
along speech in opposition to Morrill's
Beck occupied the floor for nearly
three hours, closing at 4:10.
He was attentively listened to
throughout by an almost full Senate
and some members of the House.
Morrill rising to reply to a few points
made by Beck, said: As to the cotton
tax of which the Senator complained,
that was about the only tax paid by
the South, while the North, East and
West paid thousands of millions to
support the government. If he (Mor
rill) was a southern man he would
levy an internal revenue tax upon ev
ery pound of cotton produced in tbe
country except that for family use, and
make a drawback of an equal amount
upon manufactured articles of thread,
yarn etc sent abroad. He believed this
would, in a short time, double the total
of southern exports.
Here the debate which had continued
by unanimous consent, terminated, and
A.t. t V W V Jl A n . -
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JANUABT DBA WINS.
1 Prize W2'00()
1 Prize, 1Q.0O0
10 Prizes, $1,000 each 10,000
20 Prizes, 500 each, 10,000
100 Prizes, 100 each, 10,000
200 Prizes, 60 each 10,000
600 Prizes, 20 each, 12,000
1000 Prizes. 10 each, 10,000
9 Prizes, $300 each, Approximation Prizes $2,70(
9 Prizes, 200 " 1.801
9 Prizes. 100 " " " " 900
1,960 Prizes, ...1112,400
Whole Tickets. S2; Half Tickets, $1 ; 27 Tickets,
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Notice to the Public.
THX existence of small pox as an epidemic in
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upon all our citizens the duty of vaccinating. Our
daily Intercourse with all sections of the country
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pestilence is In our midst to take steps to prevent
its spread. I have ordered vaccine matter and
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who are not able to pay. Let this matter have the
prompt attention of every household.
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JanlO lw Mayor.
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8CROFULA ULCER8, PIMPLES and
TENDER ITCHINOS onllprtsof tha
lsodv. It mtkM the tun wium, son aaa smootai
remum tea sad fredkiM, aad la th BEST, toilet
1i ruing In TM CTO&IjXV Xlegantlr put up, two
bottiaa in ana paokage, oonninting of both internal
ad asternal treatment.
AUlMelaaa druggies havelt. frloetl. per package.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A tlx room house, with good yard and
well of water, and a two room kitchen:
ten minutes walk of the nubile sauare.
Apply to WALTER BBKM.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
HRS. LTDIA L PINKHAH, OF LYNN, ittSS.,
Fran MouWiiB, k.
I Van Ness' Gallery.
Having a larger supply of type than most ob es
tablishments. BOOK WORK has been and will
continue to be a specialty with us.
P.O. Box 182.
THE OBaKS VKB
of a Sr dtoS yet f tE r 3? b,T.t "ws tfechiaidb&oS ft!s5" tbeu Hardv & Brothers.
possesslye.lt eTidentlj displaced, yet I Jnnd, ,04 k-M, ontlurit nowhU flnl8heashOTmanInn11''MH- liicuwy W uiunioio,
weiruessthey reallj ao caDDage enongn fast tightening the
act t.hA session to furnish the conn- about his neck.
try with slaw,
hangman's noose I At 420 the Senate adjourned.
With nervous twitchlne of the mouth
Guiteau muttered, "Well see about
that" Heretofore audacious and whol
ly unabashed, the prisoner seemed ill
at ease and at a loss to understand why
Not deterred by the sad fate of a
,if Amen oredecessors, the editor of
vw Torr,arAr is to start a daily I his would-be sallies of wit and immi
we dence wholly failed with the audience.
paper at AJanviue, v "While more severe came the denuncia-
.am-akwglBeaw"10 I . . m a tl
. " V i. .-. immirrrfttirm Into on 01 lDe counsel, me more rrequent
It is stated that the immigration row marked were th0 demonstrations
Chair Vnki Deatrayed by Fir.
Independence. Ind.. .Tan. in. A fir
last night destroyed the Southern Chair
j worKs here, the property of John
Steckworth. Insured. ' This is tbe
second burning of these works within
7 months, and is supposed to have been
the work of an incendiary. Loss $25,-000.
Utah Territory the past year was great- of gpproVai. Finally, like a wild beast
, inM snv of the other Territo- brought to bay, Guiteau yelled out, "I
, ja ayava mm - aj
e - ' a
Thirty-four years of constantly increasing on
nave established a reputation for Dr. Bull's eough
staked my life on the Issue and I'm S3 tote5SlSl
(Established In 1328 )
For tale of
COTTON, LUMBER, PKAKUTS AND OTHXB
i lad dealers la FKBUVIAK GUANO and other
' STANDABD TXBTILIZEBS.
Make liberal oath advances on consignments.
Apt islet and quick returns.
NOW IX THE CITY.
A LARGE STOCK OF FDRNITUREl
AT WHOLESALE AND BIT AIL
E. Me ANDREWS,
LYDIA E. PINKHAWI'8
Is a Positive Cnre
for ell tkeae Painful Complaint, and Weakaaaaee
eoeamunea t.our beat remaie paralalias.
It will euro entirely the worst form of Female Com.
plaints, ail ovarian troubles, Inflammation and CTcera
Uon. Faluns? and Displacements, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of life.
It will dissolve and expel tumors from th. uterus In
U early stage of derelopment. The tendency to can
eerons humors there Is pbeefcea raryspeeauy "j hp iw.
It removes fslntness, flatulency, destroys aQ orartng
for stimulants, and reHeres woatuwss of tne stomaon.
It cures Bloating;, Headaches,' Karroos Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depress! an and Indi
gestion. That feeling ef bearing down, ceasing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its w.
; It wfll at all times and under all circumstance act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system,
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sax this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LTBlA K. PIJfKHAM'S VEGETABLE COM
FOTJJfDia prepared at SS and tSS Western Avenue,
Inn,Kaas. Price L Six bottle, f or &. Sent by mall
la the form of puis, also in the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, fl par box for either. Mrs. Piukham
freely ansirers all letters of inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. Address aa above. Umtion thit Fapr.
Ho family should be without LYDIA K. PIKEHAITS
LTVKR PQJL&. They enre constipation, billon
aad torpidity of th. liver. SSeentsper box.
jjj- Sold by mil Dracgiata. "S
PUBUANT to a decree or the Superior Court of
Mecklenburg, I wl l sell at Public Auction at the
court bouse in Cnarloite, on
5 MONDAY, THE 27TH Or i'BBUABT, 1882,
(being the week of Superior Court.) that valuable
lot or parcel ol land lying between the intersection
of the North Carolina Ksllroad track and Trade
street, adjoining the P. M. Brown lots and others,
now known as tbe Butler property.
Besoid because 01 purchaser at laie saie iaiiin-:
Terms-Vs casb: Dai a nee on a ana o momns
credit, with Interest. Title reserved as security for
balance a. DAKnmujiti,
dec24 d oaw tds commissioner.
We H. CHICK,
Having removed tn lhe shop, on Tryon street, over
the Independent Hook & Ladder Truck House, is
now ready to receive orders for HOUSE, bIHN
and ORNAMHriTAL PAINTING, such as
Guilding, KalsomiDing, Frescoing, fa.
ALL persons desiring teachers certificates win
please present themselves on Thursday, 12th
InsL, at the oourl house in Charlotte. This daj Is
set apart by law; and there will be no private ex
aminations thereafter under ordinary circum
stances. W. T. WALLER, -lan5
dw td Co. Eopt Pub, Instructions. "
piLCEIDA ORAKGM and LIM0N8; also on
hand Turkeys, Geese, Efgs and Cranbeirles,
Buckwheat Fit ur and New Orlr ap? Molasses.
dec23 8. M. HOWELL.
THE NEW DRUG STORE,
Corner of College and Trade streets,
(Wilson ft Brack's old stand.)
IS NOW OPEN.
Parties ues'riDg FreBh and Sellable Drags
v. Ill do well to give us a calL
Jan4 tf CDONOGHUB, HlKD & CO