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aternal Reeu Offlitri.
A great evil of the Fe4eral Govern.
ment is the army of internal revenue
t,ffioers who permeate the land, who
are repulsivo to the people, and main
tain a system of espionago that is in
the last degree annoying. The Gov.
ernment has, with unaccountable folly
and cruelty, attached- penal ties to
delinquencies of the most trifli ng
kind that are entirely disproprortion.
ate to the offene. A fine of fifty
dollars, for failing to put a two-cent
stainp upon a check, and at one time,
a bill. The fAilure to put the stamp
of so small a denomination could be
attributed to an intention to defraud
the Government; yet the penalty was
as severe as though the offence was one
of considerable magnitudo and plainly
indicative of anintention to practice a
fraud. Indeed, the stamp might be
put on the paper, and owing to the
defective mucilage, might fall off.
Tle eye of the detective mucilage,
might fall off. The eye of the de.
tective once lighting upon it, the fine
could not be avoided. The fines an
noxed to the internal revenue laws
were all of this character. Vast sums
of money have been collected in the
shapo of lines by the spies and detoo
tives of the Goverineuot. ' A great
part of thom never reached the pub
lic Treasury, but were pocketed by
the spies (who are spread over the
country like wolves to worry and har.
ry the people and keep their own
bellies well filled.
So great is this evil that even Re
publioan congressmen see it and con
fe i it. Wr. Kelley, of Pennsylvania,
in a speech in the i1ouse of Represen.
tatives on the 1st instant, expressed
himself indignantly and justly upon
the subject. lie is a protective tariff
man, and ho thinks the Government
ought to draw its revenues from du
ties on imports. Ie is in favor of
abolibhing the internal revenue sys.
tUm altogether. In the course of his
romarks ho expressed himself in the
followitg frank and just manner on
the subject of the internal revenue
"I do not want my children and
grand. children to live under a system
which shall involve a corps of detoo.
tiNes, a system of espionage, and the
taking of an oath every week or month
of the honesty and fidelity or loose
ly.kept accounts. I believe that with
the imports of the country expanding
and increasing as they are doing, the
day is not far distant when we can de
fray the expenses of the Government
by' customs duties alone, and may
give thanks to God that no direct
tax collector tread the soil of the
Yes, indeed ; that would be de
light ful. It would be a great gain to
the cause of liberty and personal in
dependonce to be relieved from these
officers, who are over spying out to
detect people in some neglect-some
omission of a nature that could not
be interpreted into a deliberate pur.
pose to injure the Government, that
is yet liable to a heavy fino, the infor
mer getting a liberal part it.
Mr. Kelley states that the cost of
cillecting the revvnue last year
umounted to $6,000,000, and he
pithily asks whether the civil servico
would not be somewhat reformed if
the nearly five thonsand people em
ployed in the internal revenue service
wvero relieved from Government ser
vice and permitted to devote their
energies to the prodluctivo pursuits
of the country ?" Undoubtedly the
service would be greatly improved
andl the source of a vast deal of oor
rupition and oppresion of the people
would lhe closed up entirely. Tfhe
new admninist ration will wvind up these
fivye tho.usand, and they will, as Mr.
Kelley says, be "permitted to devote
their energies to increasing the pro
ductive rEsources oft the country.
A happy riddance for a sadly mis
governed people ?-Richmnond D)/s
"Leng hlny 1iWae.
A young mother was in the habit of
airing the baby's clothes at the win
dow. hIer husband didn't like it,
and believing that if she saw hem prac
tice as others saw it, she would desist,
hie so directed their afternoon walk as
to bring thme nursery windowv into full
view from the central part of the
town. Stopping abruptly, ho pointed
to the ofl'ending linen flapping t.ncon
sciously in the breeze, and asked sar
"M y dear, what is that displayed in
our window ?"
"Why," she replied, that is the
flag of our union."
Conquered by this pungent retort,
ho saluted the flag by a swing of his
hat, and prossing his wife's arm clos
er with his own, said, as they walked
*Auid long may it wave."
.A saddening rumor conmes from
Washington bj way of the Qinoinnmati
Comniiercial, whose correspondent
affirms that Secretary lBoutwell and
the President have quarrelled, and
that the Scretary wvill soon quit the
Cabinet anid take an active part, in the
opposition to Grant. Another cor
respiondent discusses the ' hanoes of
Grant's withdrawal, and thinks that
Colfax would be nominated if Grant
wore not, and that JBlaino could not
prevent it, however much he might
l ikt. to. Tlhe President's withdrawal,
however, is not looked for with lively
A Utica paper declares that the
Clearfield Fair consists of a calf,
a goose and a pumpkin. It
rained so hard, the first night that
the goose swam off, the cal[f broke
loose anid ate the pumupkin, and a
thief prowling around stoic the calf,
and that ended the Fair.
A Haivana letter says that ihoe viblity of
th e insurrectiori Is far from being suppress
A. White flat Campalgo.
Ono '-humor of the canvass" ba
already developed. A dispatch from
New Orleans announces that white
hats have boon adopted in that city,
and the demand for thom on the day
succeeding the nominations at Cin
cinnati depleted the dealers' stocks.
From Cincinnati we read : "The
entire Louisiana dologation went home
thus equipped, and the H1on. John
Wentworth has appeared in the same
spoekless head piece on the streets,
and Ponounced that white hats are
going to be the fashion in Illinois
until after November." In Mr.
Grooley's biogrophy we are told how,
as a boy, he read every book he could
lay hands on by the light of pine
knots. Perhaps the pine knot will
como into the present presidential
campaign along with the -white hat,
the whole somewhat grotesque, per
haps-as the coon skins and log
cabins, of '40 were but a sign of the
times, portentous of political move
ment. Adapting a line from Macain
lay's "Battle of Ivry," Mr. Groekv
mjight cry to his followers : "Anil
be your oriflanmme to-day the 'tile' of
Grecley and Grant.
The New Haven Register says:
We vere greatly aiused this
morning at a colloquy butwoon two
prominent Republicans, on Chapel
street. "Well, Jones, this nomina
tion of Grooley is one of the laugha
ble incidents of the age I Easily do
feated-don't you think so 1" "1
don't know," responded the other,
slowly ; "I fol like the man who
offered to bet his. horse's speed against
anything that carried four legs.
When the day came, a man appeared
with an ox, saddled and bridled,
ready for the race. The owner of
the horse looked bewildered, laughed,
ind finally declined the race. 'Why
didn't you run with the ox 1' asked a
bystander. '\Vell, to tell the truth,'
oaid he, 'I didn't know what the dcv'
lish ox night do /"
Al l ipossibility.
You may worm a fence around a
winter's supply of sunmer weather,
Lkimx the'olouds from the ,ky with a
teaspoon, ?atch a thunderbolt in a
bladder, break a hurricane to harnes,
lasso an avalineh, pin a diaper on a
orator of an active volcano, hive all
the stars in a nail keg, hang the ocean
on a rail fence to dry, put the sky to
soak in a gourd, unbuckle the belly
band of eternity, and paste "To '1ot"
on the sun and moon ; but never for
one moment, delude yourself with the
idea, that you can escapo that placo
on the other side of purgatory and
get to heaven uulcs you pay the prin.
Dolng up a 8h1rt Bosom.
Make a gum arabio powder-put it
in a pitcher, and pour on it a pint of
boiling water (according to the de
gree of strength you require) and
then having covered it, lot it stand all
tight. In the morning, pour it care
illy fr,m, the dregj into a clean
bottle, cork it and keep it for use.
A tablespoonful of gum stirred into a
pint of ,tarch that has been made in
(lie usual manner, will give to lawns
(cit her white or printed) a look of
newness when nothing else can re..
store them aifter washing. It is alec
good (much diluted) for thin wvhito
muslin and bobinot.
Why We Shouldl Speak (hut.
.The following little paragraph
from the Cincinnati Commercial
elinches the nail.
In this diversion of sentimient~ in
the North the voice of the South will
be potent. If the Conservatives and
D)omocrats of thaut section nre a unit
for Greeley and Brown--and the indi
cations are that they will he--the
Northern Democrats, who, at best,
standl on the perilous edge of defeat,
will have to acquiesce. They are
helpless without the aid of the South.
So far as we can judge of the senti
ments of the people by the utteran
ces of the press at points in the South
from ,which we have received ex
changes, the nominations of the Lib
oral Republicanms wore less enthusi
astically received farther South than
even in Richmond. The North Care.
lina and Georgia papers say they will
accept Groeley as a choice of evils ;
but defer to the decision of the Demo
crat ic National Convention.--ich
An acquai-ntance from the country
visited some friends, and a'bout to de
part, prese1ited a little boy, one of
the family, with a shilling, in the
presence of his miothir. "Please, is it
a good one ?" inquired the lad. "Cer.
tainly," replied the gentleman, sur
prised :"Why do you ask ?1" "Be
cause I'd rather have a bad one
they'd let me keep it ; for if I get any
good money it goes Into the bank and
I never get it again.''
Every box of matches has its own
place on which to ignite them. And
it seems to me that Almighty God
never gives a man a number of tal.
cnts, mere or less, without supplying
him with opportunities, if only lie
will strike them, to kindle the whole,
oeh in its proper time rand pleo;
and the, want, depend upon it,. ia
neither in the talents nor the oppor
tunities, the matches nor the box, but
in the keeping and the using.
"Take'off your bonnet and spend
the afternoon, my dear Mrs. Snow.
Weo are going sto have a tableaux
to-night, and I? am sure you would
enjoy them.' La sakes, I thought 1
smel6 suthin' good a cokin,' and
I guess I will stay till after supper."
Does it hurt a joke to crack it ? No,
but sometilmesIt t he m an.
I Car load Whito Broad Corn,
I Car load prime Yellow C, rn,
I Car load No. 1 Mixed Corn,
100 bushels White Spring Oats,
100 buslhels Bolted Meal,
100 barrels Flour,
100 iacks Flour,
25 Kits Mackerel,
5,000 lbs. White and Smoked Bacon,
ard in Cans and Kegs,
I tierces prime Canvassed flas,
l0 ancks No. 1 Coffee,
I boxes genuine Italian Maccaroni,
ugars sf all grades,
3moked and Pickled Tongues, &o.
"ickled Salmon and Shadd,
ominy, Rice, &e.
low Moulds, Steel, Iron, Nails &c,
Ioes, Spades, Shovels, Trace Chains,
knd a large stock of Boots and Shoes.
'all and examine our stock.
:E3-00T- & 00.
I Car load Prime Whitc Corn,
i Car load Liverpool Salt,
Smoked and D)ry Salt. Clear Rib Sides,
nyassed anid Unoanvassed Sugar Cured
Lis, Prinmo heaf hard, West, Indlia and N.
Molasses, "''ride of Augusta" Flour,
finest in market, Sugars and Coffees of
grades, hlorso and Mule S9hoes, andi
:1s, Spades, Shovels and hiny Forks, all
1(ds of Wooden Ware, llanmes, Trace
In my Lumber Yard, a choice lot o
nimber andl Shingles. In addition I have
small remnant of a stock of Crockery,
ich will -e disposed of A TI COSP.
My -terms are Cas1. or 30 day s
a Saf Risk.
Parties wantinug anyt ling in may linowill
d it to their interest to prico mny goods
fore purobasing elsewhere. Elvery art I
7.' RI. RJOBER'f/SON
Vli11I1TS Cotton Seed Planter,
Heel Screws andl Grass Rods,
Lap Rings arnd Clivises,.
Plough hlandles and Rounds,
Superior Pad Looks,
Dried Peachues aned A pples,
Ne* additions to our stock of Carpenters
5. R. Thompson,
IARL.Y flO$gt Goodrich and- Pink Eye
1 jan 20 BA.i' &e e, non
Snon SUPPLY I
We are now receiv
ing our Second
Spring and Summer
Es aos au me~ s .
All sold at lowest
LADD BROS. & CO.
The Second supply
of new and beautiful
Shoes of all styles.
Many made, to our
own order, now com
ing in at
LADD BROS & COs
MoMASTER & BRICE
ARE now receiving a ehoico stock of
FasHionablo an11d Staple Dry Goods, in
which tile ldits MAy flnd beaut]iful Black
Silks, Japaieso Silks, Linens. Muslins,
Pique Cloth1, (1irenedine. ioly Vardeu s ad
oilher D)ress Goodls. Elegnt Laces, Rib
bonsi and other dress Irimmuings.
Sheetings, Towelings, Quilts, Muasquito Nr
Nets, Oil Cloths, Mat tings antd other hose kil
keeping goods. C
A good supply of Cassimeres, L.incus,
Cot tonades., Clothking and Ilnts for Men
and Boys, as well as an aunsal large ad
dit ion to their sL-eek .of' Fine Shoes and
Cheap Shoes. I
.A,l co. "i
liard ware. WVoodenware, Crockery, Blooks,
Paints and Medicintes. fir
Together With e
A beatif'ul stock of Wall Papering,
Windowv Shades, &c.
The Inspection of the Publio is Invited.
apI 18 -
1200 Bunshels White brecad Corn,
100 Bbis. Flour, including all grades,
10,000 Lbs. White andl Smoked Itabon,
000 Lbs. Canvassed and Uncanvassed'
300 Lbs. "Breakfas Strip" Bacon,
10 DbIs. assorted Cakes arid Biscuit,
Italian Maccaroni and( Cheese, canv issed
and unanvassed D)rled Beef, Fresh Mdeal
at sarno price as corn, always on band.
D. R. Flenniken.
AONE more chest of that fine UNCOLJOR.
E JA' PTAN TEA, wivh has given
such universal satisfaction wherever used.
Giro it a trial. T
fob 27 IE ATY Rrm -
OF THE SOUTH
Trained for a successful start in Business
Life, taught how to got a living, make mon
ey, and become enterprising, useful citizens,
at Eastman College The oldest Praotioal
Business Training School, and the only one
providing situations for Qr6 duttev. Total
expenses for prescribed course, $100 to
$126. No vacations. Address for Cata
logues of 8,000 in business, and full parti.
culars, 1H. 0. EASTMAN, LL. D , Prev't,
Po'keopsie, N. Y., On-tho Hudson.
Cheap Faims ! Fr6e Homes I
ON THrE LINE OF TIIZ
UNION PAOIFIJ RAILROAD.
A LAND G*ANT OF
IN THE BEST
FarlilIg alti 51iicral Lands in America.
- 8,000,000 aoras in Nebraska in tha ieat ]
Platte Valley, the Garden of the West,
now for sale ! These lands are in tho cen
tral portion of the United States, on the
list degree of North Latituda, (he central
line of the grent. Tcmperate Zene of tho
American Coat ineti, and for grain growing
and tooek raising unsurpassed by any in
the United States.
Cheaper in Price, more favorable terms i
given, and more convenient to market than
caa be found elsewhere.
Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers.
f'he best Locations for Colonies. Soldiers
entitled to a lomestead of 100 /.cres.
Fret Passes to P%rchasers of Land. Send
for the new Descriptive Pamphlet, with
new tunps, published in Eniglish, German,
Swedish and Danish, iml-d frce evert.
where. \ddress 0. F. DAVIS.
Land Commissioner, U 1. 1R. It Co.,
Portable Soda Funtains,
$45, $50, $75 and $100.
Good, Durablo and Cheap I
Shipped Ready for Use.
J. W. CHAPMAN & 00., Malis>n. Ind.
W.i_.END Fon CX;eULA1s .
What, is this Grand Specific for dyspep
sin ? this bubbling, sparkling, cooling,
-urifying, regulating draught (lhey call
TAIMANT's EPERVECEN'T SELTzEB. AtER
I Nr ? Well, it is simply the Chemical fac
.Tiile of the Seltzer Spring Water, which,
for 100 years has been acoounted,the finest,
Cathartic and Alterative in all Europe.
SOLD BY AI.L DRUGGISTs.
The Mason & Ilanilin Organ Co., respect. I
fully annouce 1he intrc(luction of improve
mens of much more than ordinary inter. I
est. These are 0
Reed and Pipe Cabinet Organs,
being the only successful combination of
Real Pipes with reeds ever made;
Day's Transporting Key-Board,
which can be instantly moved to the right
or left, changing the pitch, or transpo ing
the key. For drawings and description, see
New and Elegant Styles of Double Reed
at $1410, $132 and $125 each. Considering
Capacity, Elegance and Thorough Excel-'
lenco of Workmanship, these are cheaper.
thtan anxy before ofTered.
The Mason & Ilamlhin Organs are no..
knowledlged BIss'r, and from extraordlinary
facilities for manufacture this Company
catn afford, and now undlertake to sell at '
prices which render t'hem
Unquestionably Cheapest. .
Four Octave Organs $50 each; Fiva Octave
Organs $100, $125 and upwards. With
three sets reeds $150 and 'upwards. Forty
styles, up to $1500 each.
New ilhustrated Catalogue, and Testimo
nial rircular withI opinions of More than
One Thousand Musicians, sent free.
Mason & Hamulin Organ Co., -
15-1 Tfremont at., Bost.on, 59tn Broad way, N.
Fanning's Patent Kud-Fitting Skeleton1
Rlecommended by all
Sh,ouald be worn bsy
all lalies wh> value
health anti comfort,
They are particularly
recommended for stun
mer wear and warm
~ j climates, although a
daptod to all seatsons
of the year. F~or sale
by all first class deal
era. WORCESTERSKICRT t-O.,
Sole Manufacturers, Worcester, Mass.
Advertisements occupying oNE IoN of
space will be insor ted in 209 NEwsrArzs,
includaig 283V~ Dalir s, in
covering thoronghly (be States of Mnary
land, Delaware, Virginiai, West. Virginia,
NorthI Carolina, Sent h Carolina, Georgia,
Alabama, MississippI, Louisiana, Arkansas,
Tennessee, Kentucky and Missouri,
Oneo MonthI for $148.
More Papers, More Dailies, Larger Circu.
Iatlon, Lower Price, tihan any otheor List.
Special rates given for more or less space
than one inch, and for a longer period than
one nmonthi. Equally favorable quotat ions
mad(e for any single State. Coi,ies of Lists,
Circulars, Estinmates, and full infotrmation
furnished on application. GlEO. P. ROW.
ELL & CO., Newspaper Advertising Agents,
41 Park Row, New York.
7.. KING. JAS. A. KING,
Z. KING a SON,
Z. KING'S PATENT
WROUIlT IlRON BRIllEM
OrFF10E, coRiNER ST, CLAIR & WVAsoN ST's.,
Communications 'solicited, and promptly
PAOCO., N. Y. Price,
U.S P s.CNOs $290
Rate Chonce for Agents I'
Agents, wo will pay you,$40 per week i
lash if you will engage with us AT OXQ.
&verythlng furnished, and expenses paid
ddress F. A, ELLS & CO., Charlotte
AGHNTS WANTED -Agents Ptks mori
money at work for us than at anything
)Ise. Business light and permandni., Par
loulars free. 0. STINsON & Co., Fie Ar]
Publishers, Portland, Maine.
CURE that OOM
Do not suffor your Lungs to become did
osed by allowing it Cold tQ becofto seated
l'housands have died Premature Deaths
L'he Victims of Consumption-by negloct
ug a Cold.
Dr. Wm. Hall's
BALSAM M LUNGS.
,Vil Cure Coughs, Colds and Consumptioi
1urer and quicker than any other' remedy
t acts like magic. For sale by all Drug
pis(s and Medicine realers every whero.
F'or any case o
Itohing or Ulcerat
st 0 0 ed l'iles that Di
r BiNo's PIL REMMH
)y rails to cure. It is'prepared expressly
o ouro the 'iles, and nothing else. Sold
)y all Druggists. Price, $1.00.
'I REAT IEDICAL BOOK of usefu
J knowledge to all. Sent free for tw<
'tamps. Address Dr. BONAPARTE & CO.
rRUE Fon $1. Swiss MAagneetioTE
Keeper and - Indicator. India
rIMEpsable to every traveler, trad
,r, boy, farmer, and for EEvsony In nee4
>f a reliable time.keoper. Usual watol
ize, steel works, glass crystal, in t,e
1ni1E Case, NVARRAINTEn to denote correc
ime for two ycars. Nothing like It. 1,001
old weekly. This valuable article, in nea
:ase. will he sent., prepaid, anywhere, foi
l ; 3 for $2. Try one. Circulars frte. Or
ler only from the Solo Agents, F. KING
J0., Brattleboro, VW. may 1
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
Manufactuier and Dealer,
Vo. 20 JIayne Street and Ilorlbeck's Whar/
CHARLESTON, S. C.
g&- This is the largest and most com
loto factory of the kind In the Southerr
Iates, and all articles in this line can bi
urnished by Mr. P. P. Toalo at pricei
which defy competition.
A@- A pamphlet with full and detalle
ist of all sizes of Doors, Sashes nd Blinds
nd the prices of each, will be sent fre(
,nd post paid, on application to
P. P. TOALE.
july 1 1-ly Charleston, 8 0.
,harlotte, Columbia and Augusti
COTUMBIA, larch29, 1872.
PlE following Passenger Schedule wil
go into effect, on this Road en and aftei
unday, March 31.
i)AY TnAIN--GoING NOnTHl.
,eave Augusta, at 6.45 a n
" Columbia, 8. C., 11.45 a nt
" Winnsboro, - 1.52 p u
" Chester, 3 31 p n
trrive at Charlotte, N. 0. 6.10 p n
DAY TRAIN--00aifl sOUTH.
jeave Ch.arlotte, N. C. at 7.10 a n
" Chest er, 9 20a n
a Winshoo',10.54 a a
"' Columbia .15 p n
trrive at Augusta 6.15 p n
NLUJnT TRLAIN-GoINO NORTH.
icave Augusta 6.30 p n
" Col.mbia, 11.10 p n
" Winnsboro, IlO10a n
"Chester, 2.39 a n
Irrive at Charlotte, 5.00 a n
NIOn?l TnRAIN--G1oIN soUTH.
icove Charlotte, 7.26 p n
" Chester. 9 23 p n
" Winnsboro, 11.82 p n
" Columbia, 1.49 a n
trrive at August a, 6.80 asn
. E . P. ALEXANDER, Supt.
ER.DoRsEY, Oene al Ticket, Agent.
The Intendant and Wardens of the Towr
f Winnsboro, in Council mect, do ordain
L'hat the Tlown Market is open to any on:
'or the sale of fresh meats, with the follow
ng charges for the privilege of selling
viz: For one beef, $1, sheep, hogs, ei
;oats, 50 cents each.
They do also ordain, That all fresh mneati
.hall be sold only from the Market, an<
my one violating tis ordinance, shall paa
t ine of Five D)ollars for each and everj
>frence. Any one offering tainted or u
ound meats shall pay a fine of Five Dollari
'or each and every offence.
Done in Cotuncil1, in the Town of Winne
oro,*th.is 12th day of A pril, 1872.
D. R1. FLENNIKEN,
apI '10 Clerk of Council.
1 tire Triploli and Emory.
WEILL known to jewellers and silver
smiths as a suplerior and economica
rie for cleaning and burtnishing Gold
~ilvor, Copper, Steel, Blritannia and othe
lietals, and also for cletaing Windows
Iliriors andl Glassware. For sale by
sept 6 MoINTYRE~ & CO.
.Iray andlt Corn.
5f lales Timothy,
3t(6 Bushels Prime White Corn. Jusl
~ecefved and will be sold low for cash.
apI 30 - BEATY & BRO(.
rGNE car load of WhIte Corn, for sale
UJ very low for cash, by
apI 23 T. R. ROBERTSON.
fATS and Caps, Shirt Fronts, TAdice
LICuffs and Collars, Hanidkerchiefs
Boces, H ees, &o,, just received by,
feb 40.____ MelNTYRB & CO.
iiihl.I'liei 1hiiii iT
ES'I' hread for oigMachine: an
feb 21 1M C ma n & -,....
NEWS AND HRL
Have lately made large addition. to tholt
And aro now prepared to execute in the
I . Notes,
As Cheap as can be had Anywhere.
Iron and Steel.
LOW M OULDS and a large lot of Hna.
..ware. Also Turpntine Soap, Plaid
Omnaburgs and BroWn tiomeEpune.
feb 1 MoMABTE Rt &' IRCE;
SI RE8e'ECTFULLY in.
formi the oltiadns' of
nuboro and Fairid! District, that I~
have just returned from New; Ypk ::sy
have purohn'eed a full assort ent of Watch.
es. Jewelry, Cidoks, Spectitl6s, '&b., at,d
will sell at., the lowest pices, and 'would
respecifully ask the continnnance, of lb.
patronage of my~ old fi'lendd anil Ob5asiilu
All g9O ds walranted as represented. I sm
prpared to do all klnt of Watch and Jqw..
e ry work and have.e aysn od:-''so
good materlal on hand,~ a g itouaran
satisfaction. All work -war a1htd -.
CH ARLES MULLERR,:
Scond door (reon Col. loa's Offioe.
. Awls; Bristles,
Boars, wl.Hatjdles,: Resps.. cc
Thread, Tacks, &o.,just. received by
feb 20 McITTRR & COn.