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THH ViUO IBAISS."
H6W TUB THIRSTY KANSAN GETS HIS
n'TTnrrnn ifwDKB THIS NEW TEMP II
nnrreannndeiice of the Inter-Ocean
Topeka, Kan., May 30. The fa-
moua f'temDerance law"i of Jvansas
, jbtf blonvfQn trials now I just tbirty
days taucKt6o 8hona period upon
which to foj-ni a judgment as to its
efficiency in Ithe cause I of reform
which ; brought . it about, and still
some items bf information as to its
practical workings in the first month
may. be " of iinterest. - Yesterday I
asked the clerk of the hotel if it were
possible in I a case of some urgency,
but not of sickness exactly, to get a
bottle or a elass of beer. The clerk
obligingly replied that he "thought
it might be accomplished," that while
he "of cours" jdid not' know of any
blaeerilbV Kansas where liquor was
sold, still ' he ' thought there must he
some such place, as he 1 knew that
liquor was used, etc.; that "possibly"
: : .
the porter of the hotel mignt give me
more detailed information, and call
ing that official he said: ' . .
"Jim. Mr. h- is a friend of mine
"and i wants a hottle of -beer; now if
you can help him out, do so.
Jim grinned broadly as he took me
aside and said: "No trouble 'bout
dat; boss. Beer is pretty hard to git,
but I can git you all de brandy and
wine you want." : I ;
"Why is beer. so much harder to
get?" ll-U":.-!. - - ' f
"Dunno, spose mebbe dars so
much box and bottle to a little liker
'taint so easy to bring it, eh; but I
. kin git some beer by goin down to
Saute Fe depot, or you kin go down
dar and ask fur mineral water and
you'll think it tastes mighty near
like" beer." I ' ' -f. ; -c-"- '
There are three or four places on
Kansas . avenue (the main street of
Topeka) where beer, wine, and whis
key is sold all the time, and openly.
The demands of renortorial duty and
the reasonableness of one informing
himself as to the truth; of a statement
he is to make, will be my excuse for
saying that I know this to be a fact.
When I Bay f 'openly sold" the jstate-
ment should be qualmed by this fact,
that a stranger cannot go into one 5f
these places and get a drink, but if he
is known, or goes with some one who
is known to be ''solid" and "square"
on the question,: he may get as many
drinks and get drunk with the same
facility that he could in April or any
time before the temperance law went
into force. i . . j -.
These law-breakers" have been
prosecuted a number of times. Some
times they hjive been fined, but most
often now thsy get off. The other
day an old saldon-kceper " named
tSouteile, wb still runs hs saloon,
was prosecuted jf or selling whiskey.
Witnesses swore that they called
for whiskey, paid for it, drank it, and
that it was whiskey, but Bou telle was
acquitted because the Prosecuting
Attorney could not prove that the
bar-tender was Boutelle'a : agent. . it
ia true further, 1 think, that for the
last fifteen days the openness,, with
which liquor is sold by the drink has
increased. J j
For ten days the way to a drink
was a winding one through back
alleys, and could only be taken be
hind locked doors, but now within
four doors, on either side of the Tefft
House, if you are known to be "all
right," or go wi'k some one who is,
you may walk in the front door from
the crowded street and get what you
. wiwit. -- - " j
111 is is a fair statement as to the
condition; of things at Topeka. I
learn from others, and by the news
papers, that it is about the same in
Wichita, Leavenworth, Atchison,
Fort Scott, and - many other towns.
T l J iJ r .....
it wouiu not De rair, nowever, to con
derail the law
or predict the failure
of the worthy
movement so bravely
begun in Kansas from the trial of one
aw has certainly ham
of liquor over the bar.
pered the sale
bat it has not( stopped it. ? Whether
it has decreased the amount of whis
key sold or the extent of drunkenness,
is doubtful, j . : ;
" Jugf trains" are run from c Fort
Scotf to Kansas City, in Missouri,
every SundayJ fare $1.75 round trip,
and will soon be put on between here
and Kansas City, by ;which thirsty
citizens may go to the city once each
week and replenish their jugs.
The agent o-f the express company
here says that express shipments of
whiskey from jKansas City to Topeka
alone average) f30Q worth every day.
: Or. biTli Profiii.
According to a correspondent of
the Atlanta Constitution, Mr. Jef
ferson Davis's1 profits from his his
tory of the late war promise to be
very large. fThe cheapest form of
the book is $10 for the two volumes,
and the price j runs from this up'.to
$25. Mr. Davis cannot receive less
than $2 for each book sold, and the
sale of over 50,000 copies is already
assured. The English copywright
has been secured.- Mr. Davis has
drawn nothing from his publishers
up to date, but there are expenses of
secretaries, amenuenses, &c, amount
ing to probab
ly $10,000. The con-
tract with tbd
Appletona -was made
Mr. Davis will prob-
si x years ago.
ably receive $
100.000 aft hia chore. f
ue prontsofj the first year's sale.
At is reported that Hon. A. II.
Stephens will! review the Davis his
tory for Scribner'8 Monthly. -
mei XaeHiaK XxecmiTS Ability.
Prom the oston Herald, Ind.
Tbe President has seemed to lack
rrom tbe first that, grip on men and
affairs, that clearness and resolute
ness of purpose, that power to domi
nate with his Ideas and the force of
lUS PBTSOn alii e nrVii-lt . -v,-.
j, tiuivii vuaiauivriZS
Uie leader; who w born and then
anna. , j.
A HIotieis Derotlon. .
Boston Journal. -.-.. . ;
A very peculiar case of a mother's
devotion to her son, a maniac, has just
come to light. - About eighteen years
ago a family by the name of Harring
ton moved to Portsmontb.R; I. Near
ly four years fter, 'ason William, j
then about two years oi age, euciaen
lyj disappeared. About three weeks
ago the mother of the boy died. Some
of the people at the funeral heard a
strauge noise, and on goingto small,
dark room in tho attio, found there a I
young man, having scarcely any clo
thing, covered with hair. The hus
band of the woman told the follow
ing story: The young man,.hosaid,
was his soh,? who had, mysteriously
disappeared so many years ago. When
about two years old the boy became
insane, and soon was a raying maniac!.
The mother refused to let him be
taken from her, but placed him in an
attic room, where at times she was
compelled to tie him. During all
these years he had been confined
there, and the mother - was the ohly
living person whom her son had seen;
She was accustomed to visit him and
feed, him with her own hand, and had
jealously guarded her secret from th&
neighbors,f earing that steps would be
taken to tear the boy away from heii
When she died the father attempted
to follow her example, but - was not
equal to the task. Young Harring-j-ton
has been removed to the insane
asylum at Cranston, R. I. : W
He Ilii Otber Reioiircei "
;l i . . n. Y.suo. . . - i
Now, the batteries of the present
reformers are directed mainly at: this
time against Dorsey, who "carried
Indiana," and against Brady the
head of the Star Ring; - Dorsey is ari
intimate friend of the President, who
keeps a master key in his pocket for
all the rooms of the White House.
What he doesn't know about special
legislation during the six years that
he; served as a carpet-bag Senator,
and while Garfield was in the House
and chairman of tbe Appropriations
is not worth remembering. He , may
not have kept a diary, but he has
other resources. Bi:
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of ih$ Chest, Gouf,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains, ,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and tars, and all other Pains
Ko Preparation on earth equals St. Jacobs Oil as
a safe, sure, simple and cheap External BemedyJ
A trial entails but the comparatively tdfiinir outlay:
of SO Cents, and every one suffering with pain
cuu.naye cneap ana positive proor or its claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages. u; - ,
30LTJ BY ALL DEUGGISTS AHD DEALEE8 IS
A.VOGHLER & CO.,
Baltimore, 2Hd., XT. S.JL
' nrm 1 ; -S'-r,
(A Medicine, nt a. Driak.)
HOPS, BUCHU, MANDRAKE,
Are m Pimsr axo Bist Mksioai. Qtjaxi
rvu OF All. OTBZX BiTTisa.
THEY CUKE J
All Diseases of the Stomach, Bo vela, Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and Urinary Organs, Ker-
vouaaess. Sleeplessness and espedaily -'
SIOOO in COLD.T
TVIU be paid for a ease they'wm not cure or
ueip, or tor aayuuuK injporo or uunrions
found ia them. 1
Ask yonr drnglst for Hop Bitters and try
tli em before you slep. Take no other.
JD I. C.ts an absolute and Irresistible core for
ajl umkouueoB, use ox opium, wpscco and
SXST) FOB CZBCITLASU I
' Hep BltUn M. Co., Roclmter, N. Vl, A Torato,OW
All lion mM hw .Irwuol.i. .1-
e 1 eodlm&W
tu th sa
PH ESCRIBED BY
A Delicious and Re
I fresMng Fruit
1 I Lozeiige, . Whicli
Serves, tbe Purpose
! of Pills and Dis- .
j Medicines. . , . T
TROPIC-FBtTIT I.AXATTVE h thai boat
preparation in the worid for COnsOpaionf B1U
n?!iif??' Hfche, Piles, and all klndred'cn
KS2'i1acta sently, effectively, and is dell
ft TmJSkeV Cleng Uie system therooghi",
MrtSESrSj'ff mind and body, and dispels
Mepcholy, &yppchondria, &cT6ne trial m-
oreaaM use Mzeisaly.''
PRlCE25and60 CTS. SOLD BT LL DRUGGISTS. "
nh 5 DeodAW . . ' tu th sa
THE EEPOBLICAN ' STATE 'EXECUTIVE; t
COMMITTEE COMMTTSTHXT? PA1
f-TO THEMOTEMENT. m2&3&
iiThilepubicanI Sta U' Gorninitte
tnet in thisJCity; on yesterday i 4n
agreed to issue an address to the peo
ple of North Carolina, taking ground
against. the bill, passed . by th e recent
iiegislalur? to prohibit the manuiac
ture and said of spirituous and'-rrraT
liquors, and submitted to the peopU
for ratification or reieclion." -"
Yesterday this meeting of the'oom
mittee was held, and it -was tbe mos
inharmonious of all their asMrabliesi
A Bub committee was appointed to
. n . . U M . t M t ..til
prohibition. ;conyentioo ; and see w ha
was thedbest plan to- be adopted.' I
was understoodthat this (sub-com
mittee stood three, J.o ;two r agains
t But there is so much dissimulatio
on the Dart of these' wire-pullers th a
it is difficult to tell what it is: UpL
and so it is that a few of them sprang
this matter ytor4ftyua.ut)oXc
snap judgment on other members p
the committee.-1 W learn? that
the eleven members of the committee,
four, all opposed toi tating-part irj
fhin mnvpmnnr.- were fthsfint. KTheea
four were W.; AMoore,D. Af : Jen4
kins, Mansfield Thorntoo and Ai llj
-Hioks.:.'ciYi: !stti-j&iTYMi -1
: .The vote ; for? party action sand en
dorsement was, it is. whieperel.,a
follows : For VV. P, Canaday,
Mott.-T. vaCuer and -John BJ
aves.a Agaixxst-L. J, Young, iTtB
Keogh aud Capu Jlogers.. is a
' ihere were .jome i. big rows in tbd
committee, yesterday, it is said, and
slaughd membars are , said 'io We
disgusted al I ha way they were beatj
en by one vote "when but. ajhare ina-
jority i-f the r.otniniltee wh prHeut'
This U ivhatTthe llejuilic ma
serl. How iumoU iruth tlirie' h in:
I hir aluil4rl innj l.im Atnl iiir'.il m-4
stance can aloite reveal. . ..
' Mr. -W.' P. Oitnalay, one, of tli
members of the Committee, informed.
a Star reporter last eveniiia that the!
i of that body on the prohtbi
was . unanimous. i
Empbatlcfillir m oppealtloa, ' I
- -Cot. Raleigh -Nw-Observer!
But, to relunydo you: not knowj
my friend, that some of the ablest of
our clergy are opposed to this bill
and that many of those '-who do not
actively oppose it,: regard - ttu with
distrust. ; You ought to be better in-l
formed upon the point ihanXcsV
be, and yet' with my limited acquaint
ance I could name, if it were proper;
to do so.a dozen ministers oi the gos -
pel who cannot stand this dose. For.
instance, I dined ;reently.-witbl three
clergymen, two-.f them JJoctors o
Pivinity, who well deserve their
grees, and all of them men in the;
tront rana oi ineir noiy proiesaion..
Two of them expressed themselves
emph atically t in q opposition ' to ' .the,
legislation miiuftauonand tbe third
announoed his intention to vote for
it with doubts and misgivings.
. ... . . . . .
I trust tbe party will live for cen-;
tunes to come, and 1 hope 1 shall
live in it to my life end.( I said it
would require skUfol : management
to save the party. . from suffering de-
feat through this - prohibition, ques
tion; but defeat is not - necessarily
. ..... w . . . L Zj .?t" m '
aestiueuve. my . , meaning: in iew
words, i w as this : A ' Demooratic
Legislature, yielding to the .clamor
of a multitude of - good people id a
high state "of semi-religious excite
ment, raised and kept up (as the
signs strongly . indicate) by certain
whereby they bavestirred up all over
the State that 'itrdog feeling of
defiant resistance, which will spring;
up in any free peoplewheneyer any
party, sect or ueuoaiuauon attempts
to toroe upon otnec people by.lawits
peculiar views as to matters of relt
gion, meats, drinks, dress or personal
habits. ... More than-this, they have
placed at; thevinerCy- of ;popular
vote the property 46dl basiness pros
perity of a Bumeroas-an$ wealthy
ciasa of distillers and merchants; who
would be more than human; a they
did not resentrihi-ba-taok upon them.
And all this misohief the Legislature
has embodied in acr act so weak, so
full r of rumons ; defects, ' so utterly
ineffective to accomplish its purpose,
even it it should , be; ratified by the
people, as to., be abBoiuteiy beneath
criticism.: .vJ 'J ,
I know very kttle of politictf. 1utl
nave inea w .maxe eiear my mean
ing',; that it -woald require . all the
skill of its leaaers to save the- party
from the eff ects ;. tf i" thjs fire-brand.
Its poaitl6iiijxXiaki-'m ay
event, batxlearly. the Jmtrc-t&nce for
safety lies in, theidefeatLthe prohi
bition acL- Beat it ihccroaghly. and
the prohibition wis,--h aving -appealed
to the people,. wiTtAeiiont-:"td
domjplain of ' asoViSjlelvet Ihei fit
of fiTpi tnm nn t afc thnir0' "ira Their
opponents, oof the other hand, having
defeated - a stmiptuarr law.: can well
afford to1 f oriyd;3,tie;: partyf (orthe
blunder of goffering, SO0. ibefi ;4
The Neio8 W- Olmrver vouches fo f
the high standing pf this orrespoh
dent as a Demdorat, r-;
AS 3 5 I
Among the snbscrrbers ea the first
daf of the opening ; oth6 sjibscriri
tion books of the. nIacnfaGtnr
ing Company, at Augusts, XJa, were
three colored-megof-that cky, who
put down5 their .iramefl-ro tio.ldo.
Uiswprthy' ot j txoie.r " Ir Jshdws
gnsta are taking Adranuga of the op
portunmes afforded -4heia for saving
the future otnecitysas a'manufacA
turW6BTtre C jAisaoiWampleit.u
worthy of the -emuratlon cof . Dblored
people every where, r: v.-3,. :" j
r- - - u - m u a m-M
recoramcnuea lor an uiseases requiring
Iiiaisresfloii5. 4vsnctJsia? Iittfer
.Energy, fete? nrhea'mh
digestive organa) f&dvlngf 'ill dysepls
tii syipptoms; such as lasting thtfoodieti&Agl
heat the -'jtSmacki 'kepfffifatfffiTty
V only Iron PrnthonlMmiilo
:'4 (he teeth or gm headache, Cffiwtef&$k
I' A B C Hooky 32 . pagca aihas!g - xa&
h-wmoynx. chismicai; G0iFAKYi
2ji i arm.
I In mmv.a.Ma T. M T -
Vegetable Aromatlcs. Endorsed by the Medical
; Profession, and recommended by them, tor-Dya-
rerals,Jlcnersl Dblllty. Female Dla
Wait or TlUUiar.. -ferrous rroi
' trmtloai. C.Tileaeie Fctm
dm- anu uio riiaiuuiies. -aaoociaiea wim uh ; i
id CkroBle CbiUa mm Fever. It aerves
every puroose wnere-a xonic is neceasarr. ..
Matt&ctitrei ty The Dr Jarter tit&tmh C, St-is.
" The following' Is one of the very many testlmo-
- . nials -fearexeceir-ax dally j f- - , na r ,
eentitmn:nome tnree months ago I began the
mo of Da.it-RTxm'a Iboh Tokic, upon the ad
vice of manv friends who knew its virtu ph. I wa
saffering front general debility to such jtn extent
tnat my la Dor was exceeaingiy burdensome to toe
A vacation of a month did not give me much re-.
?J" WW fwM6T.ta. .
rf,.-irr, 7-T.v. T. rr :
ha- come also a clt'e?1
OUrS. . I . . .
Troy, O., Jan. 2, 1878. Pastor!
for Sal by Druggists and GweraJ Qtafers EVery4lw
Je 8 DeodsW 17 : w we ft
THB TEAVfiLER WHO WISELY FROVIDS
Acalnattne contingency of illness by taJdecr with
congratulate himself on his foresight, when ha sees
oiners wno nave neeiBciea ut ao so nnerins'-iram
some one of the i
maladies far which it ia, a remedv
ies for which, it is a remedy
and preventive. Amon these are fever and aame.
bUIOQsness, constipation and rheamaUsm, diseases
often attendant upon a change of climate or nn -
wonceaaiet. - - - - stt--- "
For sale by aTTPrnggists and Dealers generally.
i J-l DBodAWJr tth sa . int.
come to i'liK -'
WILSON STATE HOEMAL SCHOOL.
OK8SION BEQIKS JUNX 1BTH AND ENDS
O JCLT15TH. Tuition free. ' Board, including
lurniaoea room, ugnu ana servant aire, f tu tor tee
session. AU the nsoal branches 'taught; ' THS
attar TJEAU-Uuts msu LJasrututna anjruu
BIX Xasie Lantern, with atronir ealeiam lurht
and fnll descriptive lectures- oiod "to Illustrate
me Bciences- ana a vuiaw-kuumu tus
WORLD. In which wfll be exhibited views of cities.
palaces, castiae, cathedrals, mono men ta, paries,
gardens, feuntains, water-falls, lakes, celebrated
apnngs, groooes, mountains, valleys, oceans, tot-
All Teachers who wish to Improve themselves in
their noble calling, and meanwhile to have a de-
ugauoi ume,nooia not rau to attend.
Briajt yonr own' books, especially those recona-
menaea Dy tne state ixara oi JBdacanon.
il 8 BASSE LL, A. X.. '
. Superintendent, I
1 fl A Hbds New Orleans 40LASHfiS,
"100 m'dBbJs CDBA' ;do
: 300B-le.Hlr. 'l: i
2000 Bn8hel8 W?ITE CORN,' . :
HALL & PEARSALL.
4ri PP1? onliajJ)rawlr,g ofthe.;
At-j raacanloy' Theatre,
These drawlnin occur mnnthhr ffinndavs eriwnt.
ed) under provlaions of an Act of the General As.
sembly of - Kentucky, incorporaO-ig the- Hewport
Printirigand Newspaper Co approved April 9, 1878,
The United Staten rifivnltrVinrt Ah llAp.oh MM
dered the foltowlh decisions r 1
aJi&IJJ16 COMMONWEALTH DISTRW
StTTION COMPANY-id LHQAlw t I
so. 1Tb DaAWINGb ARK FAIR. ' ' J
The ComDanv has now on" hand a larcrn rfuiv
fond.i Read the liatotnriaes. ior. 7
- 5 - THE JUira DRAWING, u ,1. 1
'o . ioo Priaps . . M eacfc. lo.ooo
IS PrlRestiPOO 10,000 l.QWjerft'ea:
Prises too sach! I ' Itt
l,960PrIes ' ' 1 ' ia"s' ! 118 400
t7 Tickets, S&0. Tickets. tlOQ.
1 . n. i ,hu n . h.ii m i .... ,
Remit Monev or Ranlr Draft 1n"t-tfAF nr n K-
Exoress;'- DON'T seisin HVHsniaTSRin f ft
or T. J. COM;
my -aturfa force waa not permanently abated, j . I -;
have used. Uuie bottles of the Tome. . 81nce sains I
it I have done t.
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TJB-lUirjrK.'K UK 1SH. . OrriDT-of 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 "7 ".''' LY- HW -Btuau
.by preasT:canbeTent at our si? BpokesT titZasZ;. t 1
Bnildlno-... JMUTSMltAJt ; I r.' -1 Vr. ; .4-
in. acu? UAU. mm rtiawLV--v m v J.r' ..
nlia ptli- tJ &m iiol iro5 rats fit ;ai
f 6.qWck l'ofion?wHf aek1 tJ
Soapcuuaijcuiaae ffPl es
For prices and further I&formathmajdiea
ft lit t mi i .n
onwferint.frITo-Hi WoJnii. h&W-
I"-1 fir deaie-(S5 tev4
' JCJdnay.or Liver Tioobles, LamerBac and t)Uee
' piseaaes of tber vital 'Grgana. ZJso 'wOMaartrorr-
; tmee-yreuer ana comoiete restoration roneaitn
;j - J lhnr hiva ths.hlnllMt. mi
eientlOe men or AanerieaHt. tie.ndt jjdco
for book giving all Information freeHAdaress ftrS
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vuiiHa Quuoiautuui JDsS-VUViUliJiai uiu AIWIIT .
. j ManagBd fiasranteedMU Work well iaJ
i; ;orn Bneutrss reea. nurse unuxr -Bevaterrjt
orn Baeucrss eeo Minfcwrarir jqeyaers;,5fii
iwuon uins, ana ail Kind oi Ma- r
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my SO Wtte oci I o ?SoeW,bHdflJ
t -f woa yasjri rras-?oOv tAO-USr.l
tt-i.- ... Ti; .rr TATpr.TMii
- uiiinun m n. arenas sola mmti fnr
ta for ihe J
vnuwnn. niiiiin awn i imwii i at Ths ma-
parate AntbeauChorasea, ocGleeef cost hut S ets
tt 10 cts each, and are-rery4gelynise4ioirdc. .
atonal siaetae The-B-llowmsr .MMMndM'i
practical jn stroctionrworaaii.diiB
1. RUDIMENTS OP MCSIOf by ;CBwmlis- ftW
i ART OF PIANO PLATINO. r T!!tZ -.iin
S. THE ORGAN, by Stainer . . "vivs ? -A H nn s
o mnr rn ,
p:LN'j 8iU;j-M ssuriri! ISI
i a T'vrV 4cj- lliTt r :mm.i
r:ABewBnaavscnooi sno RnAV wotutih, .
;v;'- i;A Ii aiairir' .aori -
c.-. Hail t.,-irfi f 5?-L:ST.J
. From tha attraMlVa tWii-t t-JflLJi
and Inside ;-the wi61irtioftarirfvTO"1,T:l
of Dcht. .hend atamna 1m iMimn Ma-vAi
mo a m -, V 1 la.l
r'.ra-r.r? YAM Ti. ts,-? snr srt .
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r- PT i in ML ill. iMsf M.H "lFn"T"
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dit.vtwsi I ? alaoio v U all In
t IldfiUs faisd 1 -rsdaaajtrj baa aota
cftsdJ3W : mliisttfiB io snoqat 1
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sew Kdi Jed js8t&t 115 -0 3Uth
so ie4yf tm&k&fy thy WiH Velf ,
nw aisdTN -fstier D&d tad Joqa al
bdicl an oh tavil&Svso si aaraaaAi oa
Aoi cl oUoj.I mw awrti vl
'Yorcajr&w aisij as a&hq idu'gid io1
ids o3 l?ia j gaxvta Jacos nuqiU jo
less than half its cost; has been retailed hgie;orj
bar eUl: oi iasqfaoa ud) d Ivihodi
H tJS'-' rf JbaiOFsasTHiM sJjW
rUioia lo I iaiaisN
coyiiPffiM39 ltd i&ilnk$
,a!8ao eaj b;a 7ig ol v!i
WJV YHKI-W 8J SU3W
DOagbt more LlanorS. with one eTrenLVm thnn
i 7J(id Tiil Of Tv35V TifrtCr-rs-
tid htLOS ; Bqao3 tU 3?4 JrlOii
Kfcjki j Jirodit w gftiA J3g oj e-iirife
oi 4sd ,bU 'Inrw'-o aotf lii
flOStal. JUili iOi(K iwii t9T
b-iitoiiot md ' r3Co 4j b'mo&f'i
. -For uioro than a ttrfl of a ecn toy iUo
BTexic-in Irfiistaiig ttiiiitient hafe been
a tuo'jonly safe reliancopr the relief of
J 6eeiSufe&ia pft&Itia medicine
ittDovaprioo awl Bralfler- of ia
ibttd." -t'dr cVe-f fonnof xtyualpain.
sw"WfA -riii!TJTf : ritii f
IMnstane Liniment ia withont nn ennnl.
J-.a mieM flesft andf-rhuscle-to
f uau tuiu uuiaiamaaon impos
sible. It9 effects npon-Hizman, : Flesh uid"
fcbaaed Of he'uinKtlc' Tttyirc!
SUtETliy tbBlieSirjff t6wer olthih .
LStLRUlV. -tJ4t,-j .tif-r.xa- !
'2Mi?ti au ihi
,52i VJ at lbm:- SwelXtngs. -Stiff
Spraiiis; Pol soil on a" Bites, and
Pdunderi TfarneBS Sores, Hoof IHs-seg?Fc-ofi)e(vWra,
WolJovc .HoijJScMitcl-ea, W4idU
flie Slgtit Stud every other ailment
"TBo Mexican HXu-ljvii)-- tinimont
133 MJH3?Cv fc3-ija ifl
ii .9dftai tWftv) Lojs bfj;
MFmwtyyf Mosii i&utt4 t u vtJt
LS'iHitb tea sul
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Bon. R. Bridffwra.
r w. Vh W. R. BY
H. Vollers. oTAj
J8S. s AJ XaeakJof XI7Ak.
ion. oA GoJds-
4 w n Mtedn-lresldcn ? s
Sl Ji ISfft !), MJaSlV WKAXcTf
afwi i ie tsiri tmm mamfrtsiT
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I aiib-U V-C-dtuei-.l-.
-est wsatwBii4yy!j ttw aj .nuk.K
a-msvsc..t i Aftj . . . ..: ?.7 Trv,
d-jrAAr'..A f ' TT" Tf . -
g-iwou uunn trv?n ! sWAy a-airr:-I
i r .a
rstwvai.a-ewi v UKaaRLOl UCSUI
-tffar1-a xVfeak Ar- ifr
r " rembved the agony of theunvatlri: and it.
rJ1 . entirely haaled t he patient. .HheumaUBm
ia bttt,UtTOderrtooi. Jou empirics Wt S
entfarocataons, which are really daniceroasTlt
now acktowledged to be ahlood aiseane. resuitine
from acidity. This aperient corrects all such acid
X&md thna tares the disease 'All rheamaticrof
.FREE 1 .IEEE 1 1 FBEEl I)
orBllasUATIO DInrsnr. ;nt f.. ":
charge, V The nndersigned. after nffering tor tfcree
I jeanKrefliced-to amereTifcelatonl trjing numeron
"-r" -uHiii 4uuo, -mumi avau, was en
tirely cured by the remedy prepared from this ie-Ji?04''50-1
hfPeB "7 person afflicted to a
Hke manaer Wilt send for one. Address E. O M1L-
' . .:t1v i a
J)r 4he' i?i4ejTatiotf oi all .Kinds of
.rMaoafactared by a,T lfc St 3r SpROCr.
-Si-Lt?' ?5oln,l.lS J Send for cir-
A8kyor-,grocer for tho Williams Evaporated
.QtEaiI-AW,LEGTUR:S (nine weekly), be
k5gnlh 'Jly,l83tV and end 14th September.
Ssvn proved; wr.eigHal ue,r.lBt, to studenU who
design to-parsue taeir studies i at this or other Law
School ; 2d; to those who propose to read privaterv
sad Snt, o practitioners who have, not had the ad '
vantage of systematic, instruction. ; For circular
fcppiy PttX PaivsUy of V ), to John B Hirob
je 5 PftWlm
: tTIIE BHQWN COnOIl Gill)
M '! -''. .. -' '
Cieaoatho SeecJ better, runs .lighter, gins
TOTer' riti costs tess money than any
-thrClii In tlie market. Ihtv
U The brush Is adjustable and It has drly
jfofe pu trey and belt at both ends. Every
ifnaorilnemade of tho bast material and
ul&r and fegaHy guaranteed.
fic List of 6158, Feeders and Condenseis.
fc Qin.: U
: Feeder or
- SUM 00-
. 116 00
-. 132 SO
: 146 00
' 160 00 -.,
ISO 00 ,.
' 232 00
Price -w it
Self voeder and
i i ft) saw
, 87 60
', 100 00
' 125 00
, liO 00 ..
180 oo .
$125 SJ ,
. -tt-fO .
165 00 I
. 179 50 !
195 00 - i
226 04 '
r so "
, The aboye prioe4ue for the machines boxed ready
for shipment and delivereJLat our factory. Will naoa
prloe d(5l vered at any acoes&ihle point, free of freight, :
fldeakedn t j. ,ti; .
I EstabUahed 1843, at Columbus, Ga., under name of
E.T Sftiylor &C6.,removinfe In 1SS to Hew London, Ct:,
where the' present firia liave sli . carried on tho
usinesa.,. Ia additiion to our already nnequaUod
ifacflltles we have erected another large factory, thus
taah-Bng: eAaTMh-tyoffannfartnr-.' . ' j
f Geycir tteraia,at3eanda-oW a paeaibflity ot
delay., Extra inducements to early buyers. . Send for
IHnstoi-pampet'vine new testtinonlals from
fceajdredaof enterprlstngf planters. ; j . , ,
fsesses, jnginaB; and complete outfit far-iahed
whenieaired. (Addreaa ' f ? . V ' s i j
1 Iiiiown COOTON GIN idl, !" '
r&4 3 vi:.nj!(evridow; Co.ra
W jOlftfDAWBOI .Aeente.J
Ap;tq PAW6m.t ; f .. . ; , Wilmington, M, C.
iFliS-J-Si'8? NERTEi AND -BRAIN
LLA TREATMENT : . a specific for Hysteria, Con
Jvmlaione; Nervous Headache, Mental Depression,
ne.Dox wjU cnre recent cases. Each box con-
sUa OO-' month's treatment:. ' rin . iu-
'SS0? 5?U; en byj mail prepaid
II receipt ot price. We guaraatoe six boxes to
ars the money if -the hreataient does not effect a
rare, uuarantees Issued by WM. H. GREEN, Drug
aati (Successor to Green M iriannnrt - wiimhutnn ' '
ySbm8tQ?& byaU wllljrecelve prompt auen-Ja-
: ' mh8S-I)-5W ly
ItS PAY THS ABOVE REWARD FOB
KM With ;ttt& .VM.k1.
uis,wnenf too. directions are attlctlv compiled
rcn, rney w purely Vegetable, and never fail
r?SrH;lln WMteev uge boxes,
taiolne 0 PiUs, SS cents. . For sale by all Draij-
i i Ueware Of Conntorfnlta-mA hnlt-tln-r TV.
enai&e mannrhrilnivul int, w k. todwh rin .
Et.W f-hioam. 1 1'Tm trial r.i.- k- -,.!
Vl OiPJU P E NTS
fg.T?S WORE A9 LOWEST NEW TORk
r.H?J)KSIQN8 BENT BY MAIL. WORE
PACKED AND SHIPJTro, ATOUR RISK,
J 10 ANYP4HyiimaODTH.
RICHARD WaTHtN de COM
S7 Lahyetle PlaesNew Ysrk.
saleto the Trade. - pj. ,T7-i nawli
, AttPily aid Oetsutilla at Law.
UABEraTpT. BLADEN .UKTYrf N. ,
iSStorB-Mtiai eceupied by
- V f . Pfli"!'".'!-! , -. ... '. !',)- .-j-,-.. '
attention to Ctalxas. - Col lections on saais
urnr f,ae peeoy .are OTflervess vreakneaa; Lcfct
j f-i.re reoHny,arewoaaeaa.
JL,maIty. Preatstare DebUtty,woaaesa,
,,,-3w-MT .iMwtff aa a sHwwn
Ht en y Iadlseree. Habits and Excesses,
raesrirt has the iseredieBta.- Rcwt m nis
sekuniiyEiOrt. Aooress DR.W.S. JAOUES.
. 4. f West Sixth 8tTTppipA1XI,0-a?v
lL-. '' ' ' J TJ
fc juuiwj, -po(encyr xremaxore uia
ca-sea by over-exertion,' excesaes, or over-indnl-vWeiWhJch
leads te misery decay and death.
SJ1"11 apwaraa jnaoe far Five Pec Cent, if
lPn8-It OwlnE Deeds,' Mortgages, cs
li k- . A .
PRESOR PTIDf J
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