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SIX^ ......l...............  . ,T tmÎ&ÎS MONTHS,................... ;  [ ri'v2—^ ' , -  ' lyanc®.  t', Titn^ptkpétwUVÎie^^peA in sllitútaacwiat .s-v. //tee ation of (lie *£iii«n<^alàfo wiletssal»-  "fUeroÎIoWlnK^.rateff'ltatr^ -lieelD a»«eu apon / >etwa«n tbe.pablidiers ot Tu« Thujía8VI1.ls -----Witti«  ^ irrH^ t>a»gtoinr«eir3rfiidi  Oiir^teetintes b«ar «« apartf Botf ryon stsU;la«e'me<»ii. ner^r ^;  The iig&r of lidpe quite daiiart Where meiy voader, pmjrdo .not ior-  «et,  Tiiere'« oneToue^ «ad Jieart—but troe; PThldif dospite its deep 8<Mrxoir, oui pcver r^y  How: warmly it beats^Iore for jou^  x!- J f  aoo 1000 1200 uoo 1500 ism  ^•ábo 1200 1»Q0 1600 1800 2000 2500  lOoo  ISOO 16,00 1» «0 1800 2000 2000 2200 200U 2600  !»00 .80 00 36 00  46 W» 6000 I4MW lC04i0  16.0  I  ^ ^ SQUARE IS ONE lürCH. '^Notices' in local colomn will be measorod v-.'. soiiaratvly—no spaoe count leMttaan »loare  '—and oh  ^per oeSLt adiitional on - n^olar advertising rates. \ - ^ ¡  XoticoB Ol Concerts, EzUbitiqns,^Pr .al Annoíin<^nieiitSk of on .  }. OT less, oneÍnsertiou~.'.:..'>¿M'>.  JommonicatlonB ' of A t»oIitlo'al ^ «h' ' sidles «rritten~in,ad!rdea9y or Mete ' - «olaima ofaspirautotootttQe, 10 jent« . Announcement of Candidates 15 Vearly contraq|8;wlIl be made, -«iti Mf» -îvbants for ». çeçjtaiiL -«píiiPíl^-ott^r  -^'"i<tfatonB3abJectt»»o—------------  » tor at their option. Lbia will be tbe best ^ '«neapdstinTetitnientrojr partljaswho adnnrtise jr jl" arKeiyfM«! frequently.  WiLEN BILLS ABE DXJB  ? All advertisements in tbia paper are due any "W- timo after the' first insertion oil Cbesamd and r^V vfM .beícolleoté|ti»t «be pleas^«t tnej^pr' firg. anleas otuerwisearranged by contract.  ''ijpe'rie  Til iriuèrïW éales,  ...... . ^^ ... - .  AD-  levy ......... ^Ç;  ** 'uortsage Fifi*»lialesper«quare,~.... 5  '¿¡.itionsfSrietterflof Admin^tion,— 5 ,> «« -; « Gtuirdianshlp............... B  " ' 4 '}pitcatIonjB(MC Dtaiálssion from{ .<<dmln-1 ' j  ' iBtratioñ»«.".'. '.„it M.................J.....;....... J Bi^  J" Application for Dismitóion ßrom jeoa^-1 ^  BafsB of Xiandy ............ 5  '»•••«•¿•«•••{•e 9 '  ----* - 4  IiBQAL ADYEKTISEMiErilTS.  __________  ' ~ n— " , „1  V ^.imlnlstrators,Executors, or Oowdiansr r".' 4U sales ot Land by Administràtors, toecutors / £v - ,r tíuardiaus, are required by law to 1» beld on c 'h^iirat tTuesday In tKe month, between the ' joura often o'clock in the iorenoon, and thrw r «the afternoon, at the Court Houw in whtoh I- - hfl SroDcrty is situated Notices of th<^ sales  -nustbe given in a pKbUo gaiette forty days  i.- ¿ jreviouatothedayol sttles. „ ^ .. _  f,, / Sale of Personal Propertyî-i-Notlce» of the - " «aléofpersonalíropertynMistbegiTenat least  > OiMoS ádd Creditors 6t ttin testate mus^ be ab«8hèdfortîi.dar- ^  - ; .^nSffiiXrUlbe made> the  -yfor leaveto sell Lands, must Ae publlsh®-nee a we 3k tor four weeks . ; i «!♦.«««■  r,  fourmoAthSiT  O n  I Jcb Priiitíi^  mri^'^jKi- l'i-  Éír fe--,  íi T^ ,  V"  ifff* : ••- .  'À  Dióf^uianònt  'Ì!  Él^'líaving 8ui»plied ournc  with new;  AT TE  '^galéstand MostXmpröved Patterns  'We âre now prepared t€ execoie inàjs  C'  m^'AND ATAS  liow wmMMmm:  -O  c'aa be had in the State,"^  t  - K ^t  m iTB f  [  íi-i", - "  supu Aß  Circiústff,  -^^IietierlSeadi'  ift - • '  i ^iPiltatlott-Cards  "" J -- - -t  ^ ^^^ . il f irSs.-s-»^»-^ ' - i - yA j ^t.-  1  t  'StXWffPf -  ▼hitingOardt, ^  HaàFèlì^  f JiibWofk.  fMB:  ' ' H-'  Abi cétíiTb^iim^ Z  »jidii^'C  '' jifiâèÂ^^ÂSas^lS'^f  South Georgia Aotci & Mßchamcal Associal^a  ELEVENTH AÍíNüAJi FAIlfc.  A WA R D O V PR B31117019.  Tbé fic)liinviii{< are the prt winius awarilierl ai the eluvoiìtb Àuiioal Fair of the South G». Agricaltaral iiod Mechauicai A83ocistion, wbieb closed i^on last Satardày : ¡^i  Por best acre npland coro, Ù H ^ Hardaway, $i5  i^est acre «weet potatoes, ? A &  DN JlfcKtoooD, 10  Best variety com, flokdao 1  Oéet se^ cord, OH cob';:A.Q,2foody 3 oats»-WCEa8ok sweet pototoes, E L Neel 1 bushel rice, C L Maitio, Largest sweet potatoes,  NMcKinnoD, . _ 2  Largest cashaw^ Jv Carroll, .50 Best two stalks cotton, W B Hunt BéSt Jiusbe) meal, W C Eason,  : barre  pr Bf  RI Ita, el syrup, " country lard, A W Ivey,  u kt  y, Jos Smith  Best loaf light bread Miss Mary  . Wright jSesl sample rolls Mi8S^^}3iamie . -Ifright . . - . v  Best preserved apples Mrs A 2  3rclntyre,5r best jar pickle olive8,Mr8 YouMg > best far pickle peppers Mrs E Ifc-" . Lean,  Best jar pickled cucumbers Mrs Yonng r.  Mrs^JJ^ong took lillft&^Ikwing  '^sf'^dl^ion zenias, Mrs ffawkins 1 . dlspfay «utflowera « " 2 ** wreath; Mré Lawrie;- 2  •Best 20 orange8Ì:Mr8 Geo Jffitchell 1 bananas E A Mitligan , So/seédhng ¡pear, LL Yarnedoe 1 ? f ^écpppocnong, wine, Mrs-Thos - i Youùg. - f . 1  Best tomatoes Mrs M L Biley 1 turnips,Erèyatt ^ 1-  ** squashes, jlirs M L Biley . .50t ^ egg plants W H Jordan .50  ^ ^llj^ion vegetables Mrs Tlios ronng 3  E^JCiJicel premie;  t^ppe^ Mé0C Alkiulmh iremium recommended.-est sample still wine, Mrs Tiios ' Vonng 1  Best snarkling wine^ treo Mitchell ^ 1 blackberry wine A Q Moody 1 Piremiums recommended jis follows: Best Jemons, pom^ranates, musca> dine wine. Mis Geo Mitchell. Best shaddock, Mrs J B Event. Best orange wine, Mrs O G Atkinson. Best thoroughbrad stallion, 4 and  . opward,^A TMcIntyre»Sr^ 10 Best common Bullion, 3 and np-  ^ward.SB^ter 10  B^t stallion 1 and under 2, Jack^i:  Spair - 10  Best horse colt nnder 1 yr Leon  Neel li  Best^are 3 and uf^piinl, I^QUfi "M Neel " 10  Best mare 2 andi under 3.P Jones 10 « 1 a^ un^r^^F PrevaltTD  1  It jar pickled mangoes, jar mised I pickles, jar preserved ^aches^ jar preserved water melon, jar preserved lim^,jar preserved qirinces, ^ar pre-Bervea pears/jar presented blackberries, jar preserved plums, jar preserve ed grapefruit, sample peach jelly, sarnie strawberry jelly, samjile grape jel  Klc  sample bìacktìerry Jelly, sa  " ■ JgMîj.  sample  pear jelijs sample mayhaw Jelly* sample jaspberryjellVr bottle waTnut cat supi bottle pepper sance, sample green corn, sample peaches, . sample pears preserved without. sugary sample peachc$ preserved without sugar, best collection articles in this, department^ $23 -  Best preserved figs, Mrs L C Bryan 1 sample apple jelly Miss Marie Whitehead 1  sBe?t bottle pepper catsup, Mrs  . .Jiitchell. I  Best home made woolen shawl for ladies wear divided between Miss Mary Wright and Miss Julia Everet^^ 2  Best home made woolen shawl tor  genius wear, Miss Julia Eyerett 2 Best six yards home made wooIen^  earpeting JSfrs L G Bryan 2 Best home made hearth rug Mrs. .  Hecht t  Best six yards home made rag carpeting MtsLc/Bryan V 2 Best home made counterpanes Miss  Maggie Linton. 2  Best home made pair cotton socks  Mrs S .Mitchell .50  Best iiome made pair of cotton  stockings Miss Julian .Jfoiner 1 Best Ottoman caver ^ in  wonted Mrs GlAiir Willuims 1 Best foot stool cover worked in  worsted Mn A TJIcIntyreTfr 1 Best hearth rug Miss Haiy wnght 1 ** lamp or vase mat Miss 3\na Gtolinluky, .80!  Be&t pillow shams Miss Addie WiK I let 1!  B^ ladles shawl or mantle Mrs.  J L Ford Best ^rf or necktie, home^mador [ MissAWiUet.^ .5o!  BestaproAMissA-Willet .50  Best childs dress IClss Evie Wright 2 Best ctdldVsaque or spencer Miss I Everett . l|  Best slippers. embroidered, Miss Maria Goyle 1  Best sofb cwhion Mrs Hecht 1 Fréìnlnm ol 50 cents recommended  to Miss SaDieEerr. Best ooHar cxoehètèa r;ac&8'vnilet Best band in tatting Miss WiiHe Hafn - '  Best nndeisleeves Miss H Ko^ent « lady's collar in tatting  let.  Bestfiringe and lace five jmrds  ItoJM^acksliear .50  Beat tidj Miss Mattie Whatley .50 ISest gloves Mrs A T Mclntyre Jr .50 childVspencer or saqné Miss Wime iiani . i  Beat collar Mie» .Willet- l  BiMtli&dVcfMissWillél 1  cMds dress Miss Maj^ie Sim-• • 'Ìbob - " ~ 2  patch work quilt in cotton ^ " Jto Wolff 3  BèsI fiAtGli work quilt In worsted  BP Kerr . 3  . cimmof 8ewing:8i]k Miss a^^Idntòn .50  Jiest: spscimen reeled silk Miss  Jingsie Xanfibn :50  Btefs^l^orhalfhose Miss  -, llas^eXitnifeon .50  PrémiiUttat^BO cents recommend^ Cd JfisB ^Ediih Tami.  2  ^^SMlíáKárrj'ir^iBiQCBd^ Best bome'ntad^ p' '  Best haninng.'tiasketJlowexs, Mr^-  ÔFÂàwls^i < 2  Beat de«gn m flôwerè^.Mrs D F. -  ' Uawkinis*. i > 1 .. 3  Best bonqs^til^^ afátSe,  wilCflowcre wSs B F i Hawkins "t - - %  Best'colfeclîon losés Mrs fiiiAklns  mei^l  toi caìvtò.dì^lved añd âaoflenjia t1b9 thinly pr^  '—If itiè. màst be dürl satüsfiedwlth^hevii^ triflu^ acto^ of ^yrifé, lie ^ y&K  a^ivorce^  íi^ lúr jiflr Biui^^ liar an'  vorco his ,wifo; pr IcavB Jier change " of  fai^fnl be <aui,pa6 lier tor Siamese.—2tie firrt mfa divorced, not sold, as the  Isatople^ aró ito  rad éaaoí^ei^ ' iia  may.be. She then may ihird ái  first, third Vnd fi¿ cMd; ^  Prase and Tarkomai¿—J^xocÊig^ these people, if a wife . asief fa^ iinsband's permission to ¿o bf^ iuuS .he says, 'Go,' wiiiioat addTo^ ^boik come back a^n,' she is divoroem  Bliotrope V " geranium tì'gle  centpd Mrè E McLckn 1 " ;vai'iga|èd Mrs Uaw-  - kms ' ' "  fuschia, single ^ " •• « double "  " bonvardia, " begonia  ** salvia . "  fever few **  ** basket flowers . . " " cojlection ornamental, leqvcd .„-,  ' ^^ and largest collection by one  exhibitor Mrs ¿/awkins 10 " cactus -I , " . ** Maurandia,! , - ji 1  " collectioii evergreens, II  Sanford Dip  " trio brahmas A G Grant 3  " cochins MisftMary McLean a  « ^^leghoriis ." ^ V " S^.-Mi ** *< ham1l)urg8 i(^eo. Gntnn 3 « " Plymouth rock E B Whidden 3 " « games TH Lake 3  " « bantams Miss Mary McLean 3 » « common turkeys J G «Tordan 3 ^ pair iioland docks; Mr& CIay 2 *» muscovy diKiks Mies Marr McLean 2  « pair cayoga*tIucks Mrs. Clay 3 Best mare under 1 year, W J  .....^e^:. f; '..- ■ -r 10  BMtibr(idd.ina^ LeonXNwl, 10 gelding 2 and under 3 yrs. T PJopea» ■ ^10  Best gelding 1 and under 2 years,  Leon lffeal, [ 10  Best pair matchcd horses, Ji Isaac, 10^ Mc « - I «islubrFJa.^-  raïsedVT Best single  horse, T. C.  Mi» Edith Timb {j::vót]kW8a.cme  -ï' -f.-  mnm  10  Best saddle hors^ B^ Hiaalosft, :io Best mule Ga. or Fla. raised 3 yrs.  and upward,! JaerMnien, ~ 10 Best mnle Ga. oe Fla; raised 1 yr  and under D. Peacock, 10 Best Jersey bnll^T C Mitchell, 10 cow, JTChastoin, 10 " Durhambun.E W Stephens, 10 ** " cow, E TP Stephens, ,10 ^ Guinea bnll^EW Stephens, 10 « " cow, BG Mitchell, 10 " cow any age, T C. Mitchell, .10 « nnder3yTs.ATMcIntyreSr.5 bull any age^ W F Watts, . i 10 " nnder 1 vr. old, J T flalL" 5 herd of catUe, E W Stephens 10 ** pair common sh^, J T fiiOI, 5 ** Beffe^m fiau^ ^CMiteb^ -tt . i^^oir^l-prevaft, ^ ff ** TOn of Berk^ires TC Mitchell, 5 Poland China boar, K T Mc-  Besl pen of fat hogs; H B Aiiis> ^ worth, • 15  Best Borksl^rc bqar. Jo8.,Stcphens, ,  minnle trotting race: CP Davis entered Prince .41mont, Dr. Aliriend  B(4mi2d,.4Imonl3d in each-^hea^  Thoogb both parties de&ire i| tl cannot live to^fether again wftli^^ being remarried;  Cochin China-r-H the parties ^isb to separate they break a piurl of  olhi^e^!'^^ ybich  the onion is dissolved. The biul* most restore to the wife the 'pxopertj. belonging to her prior to her marriage.  American Indians.-^ Amongrsome tribes the pieces ot sticks given witnes^s of the marriage arej kensign of divorce. new cennebtions are forjned Iwith-oiit thd'didr ^ ernes l^df A.man never divorces his ii^fe if she has borne him sons.  Tatars.—^Thehnsband may put «way his partner and seek another when it pleases him, aiid thoi wif« Wy^df ^ JHl^^ jfishe be ai-ciEO^iiiGlio the kcisg-istratof-who, attended by the ^rin-cipal people, accompanies her i^to the house and prozioancfis a formal  , . I \k  Chines.—Divorces are^ allowed in jm,<$ases of isnmin^ty, mntaai dis-jeaio^/ji^jQiipatibiUtjf bf temper, or too mnch loquacity on the part of the wife, ^Phe hnEiKio^ cannot sell his wife nntil she leavjes him, and becomes aslave to him by by action of the law lor dcserti^ A son is bound to devorce his wife if she di^lei^ his parents.  Vbrde'^'^gf^-tM irii^^a;! one totid, the other provisional. IHict the first is allowed the parties can lini^^tel/^ where  bride.^  ili^^^uái ihé ^îee oòmes in.' Ai^'Some ifómbUñg^ w^ produce W and handed Ïq. the "jodiii^'' who pocketed it «ÀdeoiilinQed: ««Know ' bythtìBe^Tfiresénts that I aod of -soànd  time 310,Ivl^ ai21-4.  Bonnlog racejiaff mite heals;. AH iked Winn, Daniel Bboa and, Ella S., Alf^ Winn'won In stnOs^t Cheats, Bdon 2d, EQa 3rd; iime Ivi, QO 1>4.  entereab m'Minnie ^Vlden, ^P Salter entered bs BonmeWilkau Dr. Mtered.b in Birdie A. Jfinnie woa m straight heats, time a47, 2 52. , „  A darkey recently made appUcalìÌMi fiov ft divorce txom fus wile. ^ When wjM on whatgronndlB he áenaaíded.  ìpoond, of dis  wòE&edoD^  . . .SBrSSaS  Vi  ¿•^yiiTs^ai-:;^^^ _____  ............  foitryoftr  ^lÂÈÎMet^tiiegz«^ i ''Yoi^ Ali« this yer  X'ir^'^. e^a ihe l^ride^ rather  »¿¿¿dir ttsted' the  ahd disposiii^ mind, ia considéra^ ti<m of A dollar 'n fifty «Mils -to me in hand paid, the receipt ^.wWeof uiiiei^y do and. by  hij^, declared yon nan and wife daring good ^hav-ior a&d until otherwise ordered by theoonrt.-  **Anû TU*tfkMdïbe His Cnsi towinrf Attitadè.^.  The làvinUe. standpcnoi of thé âe sesthetîeiii the diiimiéy>piece f^'thîsâlti^: lieim the ellwir  the oi^ hiutd sotii^tit oùiy comfortably support the side of âie jaw 2hé h^;is &1I8 {farowA'biiiek, and the nosé is well in the air. It is one of the first lissBons to be learned by the novice in. aesthetzcism . to wear the nose thos. The btick is slightly bent and one leg is grace-foUy corièd ronnd the other. 21ie thinner Uie legs the better. IZlie ae^etie lnây begins by getting chair êlosé to Uie wall, and then sinks into it sideways in such ft way tiuit he^draperies leaves the ontline'of her figore plainly visible. I^ie&she leans iier head against the mtditng thé thtoat as long and thetiacltirfthe seek as sltort- as poi^e; Kext lâie stretches her arms to their atmost and  eroBies her hands so that. the fingers droc^ in & lank, dejected ont-stMt^ed . way over her imees. làf^ c(^pleted Ler attitode, her in^o^^ most strike ontnders as somctexDjgio be. wondered at^ and she must remain thus for an li<w  at a time. ^  ........ . i  Be Hottest.  Be honeiîinyoïir dealings; take even of a dilld. Be m jùur, baigains. ft, migle eye and a single heart ' Seek not to be fdirewd. Be sot aaèamed lo be a^ed simple. And lét me ten yon a secret seeing Eis wisiieaiBiheSeriptiizes, that yonr-iiiole body will then be- foil oflighi^aiid'^ eveiy kind.  to separateior ayev, and, if, atthe expiration of the time, the hna^i^ e»nd for his wif& her tnHn^  tion may demand of him ft totni di-  ........ .....^^ •  Qrecians.^A settlement wasiosa* ally given to a wifie at marriage snpi^rt in ca^ of a divorce. ° :Tbe wife's portion was then restor^ to her, and the hnsbrad requTed to pay monthly inter^ for its nse daring the time he detained it ton her.' Usually the men conld pitt their wives away on sl^ht occasldiiii  'family sonteed: Divorces scimeely ever occorin^odem Greece^ f  C^doos.—Either party lor ft tlm^meiflr/wkidiiB pnipflr to « ^ht cause may leave Ihe o|ho{i>oiMcftisaii--B«Deiy, ft feaointios and marry; IVhen boUi defi^iL  Ih^le^tJle'J^^iir-^ ^Bfft  immeÊAemw wm wiXb her again. Among , one tribe,  nnfajflifnlj cannot oblirâ ft ^nnos unless lie gives h» all the ^ropetiiir asd childrett. A wemaai^ <n atü contrary, may leave when she (le»* sei;, arà many anoâ^ mai^  Iba «iB pèe teàier. tuid  Bdéimito riuéird Ind. <mn. Bfiig HiBBitàà jfm «ÎD Im leas^ Hable la ^N^ed- âm tii^, pfoiddi-ed yoitiidäl^fliis «Bolb^ pprfcof  iiieeiihoiMMly ftsdifnib;^ Imaesly ii Jttfiìaiiffiéd  pädNoea hf of heaveoly  of hœ fnmer husband.  flldmi lime» oaii n^S^dÎnsoehîsiRfB if O» tmB' ss&iiU^ îf âié ^áoÉÉátéd^Ml pôvafel^or draiáí iri^^  j^ia^ «^^^tlef^ i»  simplest of whi(i^4»4h«l liêd fall tíiákeB ioi^iam ìà^hJ - <  ' Noboy^k^comeapcmA'mgilF of' Heepoff éègrw45 wHÜtk^mA-ing a spini of défiance^^iái«! 4èmt to~hishe^  , Hiss Lime Doi^ rèeènflFy marned to.aBoath^ ge^tièmae. He says he never wvnte. tav ^âà^ her. . ^  ih?"  Í  ^ A piuisterçliidlengedftttçlîn^ vote at a city'« iéle€Ùoii» .oii' Ute ground thai he ter."  i*How do yondefiM*black .asfour Jtat'?'' said a school-n^ter to o^ his pupils. :^Darknets Jhatx^may'be fell,*' replied the jouthftal wit.  'The one thing nee^lfal pjt the perfect enjoyment' of love if cosfi* dence." Same with hash and saosa-ges.' " "" ^ i  A Boston inan says he has a soap that will wash a po]itician.*8 chiur-acter white as snow» Th^ innst be agood doia of in lh$it  scmp. - r '  If good people woald bat goodness agreeable^-and-sm^'inr stead of frowniog inr^t^/^rt^jr how many they Would wtii HNf^^  1 Smith's Building,  ^ AN EK-  TÍBE LINE OF  FANCY ARTICLES, &c.  thing' is fresh and ^varraul-Call a\id examine the new  êd; sfoiBk.  feept 11-tf  K.bayis  2o if^ much for dthenlay^lly^ for ourselves, to rest^ dur sMsli-^ ness and to indnlge, ow ^nevi^st afiections, consiitote ^^ peHeot^ of haman natnre. . ,  A good moral chanwter is first essential in a man. .It^if^ therefore :highly important to endeavor not only , to be learned, :^bat; »be yirtuous. ' ^ i  . ^ v;. ----■"'• 'J'J'. ' \  A man who had,,bwn sh inve^^ ate smoker for twenty-jseVen^ hqs saddcnly and permiiiiestly gsf-enop the practiesr^^Hniftdcked <he ashes of£ his pipe into a keg oi-blasting powder.  A local paper says that Boston a grocer so mean that he to been seen to catch fiies and hold them'npby their hind legs and look in the cracks of his feet to see if they have been stealing hsli so« gar. ■  «How well he "pla^^ld i be so young," said Mis. Partin^^« as he organ boy and hu monkey performed near the door; ^and how n^ch his dear little brother in the calico dress looks l%e him, to^^be ure.  LABD,FLOUB, MEAL, ^VfEB, SVOAB, OASVAeSED IlAMS ' FrisTB liTqVOUS, CiqAXlS, &c.  Alxoaya On, Hand,  MOTTO: Quick sales and very smaii profitSyibr Cash and Cilsh only, laarf.  »  A commercial editor, who waP cmce a small boy, with a mother who knew the value of ft ál^erin oases of emergen«^, ctuinoi to.; ifaii ¿ay write about ft moTeoieai^ is etcher» withoui bitiphing .¡mtaätf in blsdumiv , ^  '^V dear," »id ft s«iilimei|te| maiden taher lover^' y^jf^gti hen aatamoat tiiilf^ 3«ldriek ci the j^is  garnitTOOt the^dps? your "Pancakeér^ answered. Andtbes ^ie Isr the first time^ that two Benrte did noi beat as ose.  ; aaETOMASraJiZB. GA. Opiipiosi^ lCito2aeU*s xzotel Dealer in  Fancy and Family  )» - -, -,  VK XB  GeiteUalCon  Deffips compctioB as « áretelas« oiu iu all re«» pect« in exceileoce of «rotkmatntbtip ;>tt'J taaut-rtotd  Thfey run light. Make first-class Jiiut« d^ the seed ihorotigliiy. Are not liable to dioke. 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