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f the wines of Andalusia, they consume almost unheard — of quantities of Bourbon and rifle-whisky.
The yards of the rich are decorated with shrubbery, and what is far more in accordance with good taste, forest-trees are left standing and neatly trimmed — a custom which has been too sadly neglected in the North.
There are several substantial brick and frame business-houses, all of which have been stripped and deserted.
The names of firms were painted above the doors; they were, Terry & Duncan, Campbell & Dodds, J. T. Kemper, , and numerous others which it is unnecessary to designate.
Mr. Kemper kept the Baltimore clothing Store, but neither he nor his clothing could be found.
A druggist, whose name I have forgotten, determined to remain.
Not enough of the Corinthians remained to welcome us, to give me any idea of what the mass of the citizens are like.
A few poor persons, the druggist referred to, and the Mayor's clerk, and two or three wealthy females, were all that were t