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COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5.
.YOL. I-NO. *?*. y
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TBI-WEEKLY,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
TERMS_TN ADVANCE. J
Daily Paper, six months.t5 00
Tri-Weekly, " " .3 50
Inserted at 75 cents per square for the lirst
insertion; and 50 cents for ei.ch subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
ear Special notices 10 cents a line.
Thomas P. Slider, Charleston.
H. L. Darr, Sumter.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry.
Samuel Drouthitt, Greenville C. H.
Wm. Moore, Abbeville C. H.
Thc Coming Cotton Crop.
Much has been said and -written
respecting the amount of cotton that
would bo produced in the United
States the present year. Some writers
have put it as high as two-thirds of a
crop, while others have contented
themselves with half a crop. Our
estimate is 1,200,000 to 1,500,000
bales-what we term a little over the
fourth of a crop-the fourth of the
crop of 1801, which we set down at
4,800,000 bales. This is a high-figure,
and may possibly be a little over the
In proof o? the correctness of our
estimate, we will state a few incon?
testable facts. Louisiana, Arkansas,
Mississippi, West Tennessee and
Alabama have been the great cotton
producing regions. They have been
relied on for over three millions of the
crop. What is their condition now ?
In the rich and productive territories
of Louisiana, Mississippi, West Ten?
nessee and the valley of the Tennes?
see in North Alabama, what of African
labor was left by the Federal army is
completely demoralized, and is com?
posed of the old and infirm, the
women and children. The larger half
of the labor that cultivated the crop
of 1860-'61 are absent. Some are
dead, some are in the army, and
many have congregated in the towns
and cities, seeking employment more
agreeable to them than field labor.
In South Alabama it is thought
African labor is in better trim. There
the absent from field labor are not so
numerous, but from the best informa?
tion we can gather from the produc?
tive sections of South Alabama, Afri?
can labor is much demoralized, and
those who have contracted for planta?
tion service cannot be relied upon for
more than half of the service they did
perform while in slavery. Even there
one-fourth to one-third of the labor?
ers are absent from plantation service.
In Georgia, we are satisfied not
more than the third of the crop of
18G1 can be relied on. Planters will
make an effort, and possibly a large
surface will be planted with cotton,
but we believe the labor cannot
be relied on in the crisis of the
crop, and as a consequence grass will
become master of the situation, and
much will have to be abandoned.
In South Carolina, as also in Geor?
gia, the valuable sea island lands are
in possession of the negroes, and but
little can be expected from that quar?
ter. In the interior of South Caro?
lina, African labor has been greatly
demoralized by the presence of negro
troops, so much so that but little
labor will be got out of those even
who contract, and but little cotton
can be looked for from that State.
These are facts well known to all
who are acquainted with the condi?
tion in which the war had left tho
cotton region, and the disposition of
the negro as a reliable laborer under
the present system.
We have been induced to write
this article from having seen nume?
rous speculative opinions sent abroad
by correspondents and commercial
firms whose opinions heretofore were
entitled to credit, but whose present
want of knowledge of the "situation"
totally unfits them to be reliable ad?
visers. When the planter could con?
trol the labor at command, he knew
precisely how many acres of land he
could plant and scccessfully cultivate,
and it was an easy matter to estimate
from former data-the seasons being
equal-within a f>w thousand bales
of the amonnt o? cotton that would
Such is not the case under the
changed labor system. We are satis?
fied that not only the prospective,crop
lias been largely over-estimated, but
that thc stock of old cotton on hand
in this country has also been over?
estimated. These are matters of se?
rious import to our people in a pecu?
niary point. Ever since the erroneous
estimates have been going forward,
cotton has manifested a downward
tendency abroad, and many on this
side of the water have sustained he!? ,'y
losses. We do not charge v.uy one
with having intentionally misrepre?
sented in this matter-we have more
charity for them. But we do charge
them with ignorance of thc true state
of tho situation.
[Columbus < Ou.) Sun.
THE RICHMOND SPECIE.-At the
time of the evacuation of Richmond,
the banking establishments of that
city continued to send away the
amount of coin belonging to the differ?
ent institutions to a point further
South for the purpose of securing i+.
Tho amount nrigrinally reached the
sum of $250,000,?of which ?150,000
?was lost by plunder, and the remain?
der placed on deposit at Washington,
Georgia, in charge of a special ugent
of the Richmond banks, who, owing
to the unsettled condition of affairs,
was unable to get back to Richmond,
and was therefore compelled to remain
there for some time.
While this coin was at Washington,
Georgia, claim was made to it by
General Wild, of the Freedmen's
Bureau, on the ground that it was
captured property, and an investi?
gation of the case by General Wins?
low resulted in giving the right of
possession to the agent of the banks.
Afterward, about the 20th of August
last, an order from the President,
through the Secretary of War, was
received by General Steedman, then
commandiug the department, to turn
over the captured coin on deposit to
a Treasury agent. This was done,
and the coin sent to this city, when it
I was placed on special deposit with
I the Treasurer of the United States.
Claim is now made on behalf of the
Richmond banks for the restoration
of this money, and it is alleged that
that the order of the President was
made without full and careful inform?
ation of the facts in the case.
After a full and careful examination
by the Treasury Department, the
matter has been referred to the
President, who has ordered that the
coin be restored, provided the iden?
tity between the amount now on de?
posit in the Treasury and that claimed
by the banks can be established, and
a compliance made with certain formal
conditions required by the Secretary
of the Treasury.
MK. SEWAED'S ORGAN ON FRANCE.
As to the Emperor Napoleon's pro?
mise to withdraw this army, we have
seen no reason whatever to doubt its
execution in due season. On the con?
trary, there are the best of reasons to
believe its fulfilment, and that before
the close of the current year.
[New York Times.
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousand, at
March 2 PHONIX OFFICE.
Collector's Office, Internal Revenue,
THIRD DISTRICT S. C.,
COLUMBIA, March l-l, 186G.
INSTRUCTIONS have been received at
this office to collect forthwith the LI?
CENSES for all trades, business or profes?
sions. All persons in business since May
30, 18G5, will come forward and secure
their license at once.
JAMES G. GIBBES, Collector. -
THE CRESCENT CRATED
YEAST OR BAKING POWDER!
THIS excellent composition does not con?
tain a particle ot Salirratus, Alum or
any deletcrioua Drug. It is invaluable to
persons suffering from Dyspepsia, as bread
made with it retains, in undiminished
purity, all thc nutritive properties of the
wheat, and is always verv grateful to thc
stomach and eminently wholesome.
The time saved by the use of this Pow?
der, together with ita absolute certainty to
make sweet and light bread, biscuits, cakes
of any kind, puddings, pie-crusts, dump?
lings, "corn bread, etc., render it a most
economical and desirable article for good
house-keepers. Prepared bv
FISHER A HE?NITSH,
Pharmaceutists and Druggists,
March 13 Columbia, S. C.
SAMOAN & WARLEY, AGEXTS,
COLUMBIA, s. c.,
ARE now prepared to furnish the trade
with all descriptions of Goods from
the above celebrated mill.
SHIRTINGS, OSNABURGS and YARNS
will be sold at the lowest prices. Call upon
ns, and we will give satisfaction.
March 13 tl
NOTICE TO BOND-HOLDERS.
OFFICE GREENVILLE AND COLUM?
BIA RAILROAD- COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, March 12, 1JJ66.
THE HOLDERS of tho MORTGAGE
BONDS of this Company, now past
due, can exchange them, on application at
this office, for Bonds of the Company
guaranteed by the State of South Carolina,
with Coupons attached, for interest from
the maturity of the Mortgaged Bonds.
J. P. SOUTHERN,
March 13 fi Auditor and Treasurer.
FRESH HOPS, LANDRETH'S SEEDS,
EXTRACT LOGWOOD, OLIVE OIL,
Concentrated Lye, White Glue, Whiting,
Chrome Yellow, Machinery Oil, Sweet Oil.
For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
March 10 Druggists.
Salmon and Mackerel.
FOR sale bv JOHN C. SEEGERS.
C. Hv BALDWIN,
ca- IEL O O E IX .
Q r AND ARD grades of GROCERIES and
^ FAMILY SUPPLIES constantly in
stock and for sale by the package or at re?
tail at POPULAR PRICES. Corner Mair
and Washington streets. March 3 Imo
Sra.?? ajuid GCppt?JT>
THE highest prices paid for old BRASS,
COPPER, LEAD and ZINC, at
Corner of Gadsden and Washington ste.
Orders for every description of BBASS
CASTINGS filled with neatness and de?
spatch. Jan 27 2mo
STALLION JOHN MORGAN~
THE 8TALLI0N JOHN MOR
J^Wr^GAN will stand the season, com
. 1 .71 mencing on the 10th inst., at the
Columbia Fair Grounds, for $30; groom's
fee $1 50. John is a handsome dark brown
horse, eight years old, fifteen hands high,
by Sir Archy, Whip and Woodpecker
thorough-bred stock-with a cross of Mor?
gan. He was raised by W. B. Daniels,
Esq., of York District, and in that section
of the State has a high reputation as a
stock horse. In January, 1865, a patriotic
citizen purchased him at a high price, and
offered him as a present to tho most dis?
tinguished cavalry officer in tho Confede?
rate States army. The Lieutenant-General,
however, with characteristic modesty, de?
clined to accept tho costly and splendid
charger. John, having the kindest dispo?
sition, was then easily broken to harness,
is a fast trotter and fine buggv horse. Terms
cash on first service. March 3 Imo
^^^^Ambro type s, & c.
body-ranging from $1 lo
$5, with case-at tho hew Sky-light Galle?
ry, South of Blakely & Copeland's store,
Main street. Call and give the operator a
trial. J. G. GLADDEN.
Faints, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
AGENERAL assortment of r.he above,
together with a full stock of BRUSHES
of every variety. In store and for sale
cheap for cash by_DIAL A- POPE.
Premium Platform Scales.
AFULL supply of PLATFORM SCALES,
capacity from 400 to 1,200 pounds. In
store and for sale cheap for cash bv
Feb 1 _DIAL & POPE._
Edwin J. Scott,
HAS opened a Broker's and Exchange
Office in Columbia; wUl furnish checks
on New York and Charleston in sums to
suit purchasers. Attend to buying and
selling SPECIE, BANK BILLS, STOCKS,
BONDS, &c, on commission, and make
cash advances on consignments of Cotton,
to be sold in Charleston or New York.
Office at C. H. Baldwin's store, corner
Main and Washington streets.
Jan 23 2mo*
A Long Life of Usefulness
IS given to tho horso by tho use of the
celebrated GERMAN HORSE POWDER.
Tho extraordinary virtues of this Horse
Powder are attested to by thousands, and
for fifty years has stood, and still stands
first in the estimation of all experienced
farmers, agriculturists and farriers, as the
best medicine for the horse. It is com?
posed of roots and herbs carefully com?
bined with tonics, and may be given in all
cases where disease exists. For indiges?
tion, distemper, hide-bound, drowsiness,
loss of appetite, inward sprains, debility,
wasting of flesh, sore eyes, swelled legs,
grease, mange, surfeit, old coughs, for ex?
haustion from work. It carries oft' all foul
humors, purifies and cools the blood, and
prevents horses becoming stiff and foun?
dered. It is a stimulus for weak stomachs,
and renders tho limbs and skin soft and
fine, giving a smooth coat to the hair. For
sale by FISHER & HEINITSH,
_March ll Druggists.
A Beautiful Complexion.
"CIRCASSIAN BLOOM ?"
FOR THE COMPLEXION.
THE most elegant preparation for the
complexion. Removes spots, pits, ble?
mishes, pimples, freckles, tan and redness
of the skin, and all excoriations and rough?
ness produced by rough winds, chapped
lips and hands. It softens the skin and
renders the skin fair and beautiful. A
beautiful complexion is tho admiration of
every one. Try a bottle. For sale by drug?
JOHN M. MARIS & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia.
FISHER & HEINITSH,
March ll Agents, Columbia, S. C.
FISHER & HEINITSH,
~\V7iolesale Druggists ?D Pharmaceutists,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HAVE again opened on tho
<raffold stand, which has been for JCtTA
XW more than forty years the "Drug^J^
?f/R Depot" of the city.
By faith and works we must succeed; and
we begin the work by offering: To the
Trade, every inducement; to tKb Pur?
chasers, low prices and good articles; to
tho Afflicted, prescriptions compounded
neatly and cheaply; to tho Physicians, a
liberal discount; to" tho Needy, a supply ol'
wants. ON HAND,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES, VIALS, CORKS,
OILS, ACIDS, DRY SALTS, SPICES, PER?
FUMERY', and constantly receiving new
supplies, all of warranted purity and
Agents for tho celebrated CRIMSON
TETTER-WASH or CIRCASSIAN BLOOM,
for cutaneous eruptions and all skin ble?
mishes. FISHER & HEINITSH,
March 9 Imo_Druggists.
MESSRS. EDITORS: Major THEODORE
STARK is respectfully nominated as a can?
didate for the office of MAYOR of tho city
of Columbia-to bo filled at tho ensuing
election in April next-by his
Dec 28_MANY FRIENDS. _
The friords of Dr. A. N. TALLEY nomi?
nate him as a candidate for Muycr at the
' ensuing election in April n?t. Nov 2 *
Richardson Street, Opposite the Rui?is
' of J?nners Hotel,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
HAVING resumed the above business,
wotld respectfullv solicit CON SIGN?
ANTS OF MERCHANDIZE of all descrip?
tions, citoor for pubhc or private sale.
Particular attention paid to all Out-door
Sales, Reil Estate, Stocks, Bonds, &c.
Having a largo and commodious Brick
Warehouse, I am prepared to store all
kinds ol Merchandize upon reasonable
terms. . L. T. LEVIN.
P. W. KKAFT,
OPPOSITE OLD JAIL,
HAS just received a large
stock of GUNS, RIFLES and
PISTOLS, of the most im
Pproved patterns. Also, La?
dies' Pistols. With a large assortment of
Sportsmen'^ Apparatus, Caps and Car?
tridges of all kinds. Ac.
He has p xjcured tho services of the most
competent workmen, and is prepared to
repair, at saortest notice, all kinds of Fire?
arms, Scwjpg Machines, Ac. Feb 22 Imo
Office of Southern Express Company,
COLUMBIA, S. C., M.utcn 1, 1866.
rpiHIS Company is now prepared to for
JL ward PACKAGES and PARCELS, of
every description, to any station on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
from thence to anv part of the United
States. " March 1 15
Watch-maker and Jeweler,
HAVING removed to John C
Scegers' stfre, on Main street and
?.cngncred competent workmen, is now
prepared to REPAIR WATCHES and JEW?
ELRY, and to manufacturo plain GOLD
RINGS and JEWELRY according to order.
ASMALL INVOICE of GAS FIXTURES,
consisting of one and two light Pen?
dants, one. two and three Swing Brackets,
Reading Lights, new style Shades, Burn?
Orders taken for CHANDELIERS at Phi?
ladelphia prices. W. B. STANLEY.
Kerosene Lamps, &c.
AFULL supplv of KEROSENE LAMPS,
OIL, CHIMNEYS. Burners, Wicks,
Ac, in store and for sale at low prices, by
Jan 23_DIAL A POPE.
H. E. NICHOLS,
Corner of Assembly and Washington Sis.,
COLUMBEY, S. C.,
REPRESENTS a number of the best
both Northern and Southern-compa?
nies, possessing an aggregate capital of
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE,
INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL RISKS taken on equi?
table terms, and all losses
Jg^Policies made payable
in Gold or Currency."?**
March 1 _._6mo?
INSURE YOE Lill.
APOLTCY OF LIFE INSURANCE IS
THE CHEAPEST AND SAFEST
MODE of making a certain provision for
Nothing is so uncertain as life.
No provision is perfect that is contingent
upon the duration of your life, ?vhich is not
The only IMMEDIATE provision is that
provided by LIFE INSURANCE.
It provides a SECURITY to tho family
of every man engaged in business.
It is a species of property that costs
nothing but the premiums: it requires no
repairs, has no taxes, calls for no ontlays,
and its conditions do not change.
Call on H. E. NICHOLS, Agent for the
following OLD, RELIABLE and POPU?
LAR LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES:
.ETNA, OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
GLOBE, OF NEW YORK,
Assets, nearly $2,000,000.
NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL, OF RA?
LEIGH, Assets, nearly $1,000,000.
CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND AS?
SEMBLY STREETS, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Jan 18 3m_
Fire and Marine
BEING appointed agent for several
FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPA?
NIES, I am prepared to insure to any
amount against firo. Amongst tho offices
for which I am agent are the well-know i
Metropolitan, of New York; Continental, of
New York; and National, of Now Orleans.
These offices alone have a capital of over
Policies made pavablo in either gold or
currency. JAMES G. GIBBES, Agent.
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes.
AFULL supply of HUBS, SPOKES and
FF 1 LOES, suitable for Buggies and
Carriage and Tire Bolts, Axle Clips, Ac.
In store and for salo cheap for cash by
DIAL A POPE,
Jan 27 Successors to Allen A Dial.
OFFICE LN COTTON 'TOWN,
COLUMBIA, H. O.
WILL store or attend to the forwarding
of COTTON, PRODUCE, FURN?
TUltE and GOODS entrusted to their care.
Will also sell HOUSES, MULES, CAT?
We pledge ourselves to use every endea?
vor to promoto tho welfare of those who
mav favor us with their patronage.
J. M. CRAWFORD. " L. P. MILLER.
US' Charleston News, Newberrv Herald,
Winnsboro News, Chester Sta7ulard, Abbe?
ville Banner, Anderson Intelligencer and
Greenville Mountaineer will publish two
weeks, and forward billa. Dec 30
JOHN C. SEEGERS, of Columbia, is my
Sole Agent for tho sale of tho different
kinds of BISCUITS, CRACKERS and
PILOT BBEAD manufactured by me. He
will sell them at Charleston' wholesale
prices, freight added.
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
Charleston, January 27, I860.
JUST received a lot of SODA, CON?
GRESS, SEED, Sugar, Wine, Lemon,
Butter, Pic-Nic Biscuits, and Pilot Bread.
Jan 31_JOHN C. SEEGEBS.
LUDWIG & KEATINGE,
EXGRAVEBS & LITHOGRAPHERS,
CORNER NINTH AND BROAD STS.,
HrLloTl nfl OTk Cl - "^57"?,?
_Jan 30 3mo
THE subscribers woidd respectfully in?
form the citizens of Columbia " and
vicinity, that they have opened their stock
of HARDWARE; PAINTS, OILS, WIN?
DOW GLASS, Ac, to which .thev would
ask tho attention of purchasers, cheap for
cash. DIAL & POPE.
THR???H ROUTE NORTH,
VIA CHARLOTTE AMD GREENS?
BORO. N. C., AND DANVILLE
AND RICHMOND, VA.
STAGES leave Columbia, S. C., daily,
connecting with Charlotte and South
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 2.30 p. m.
Leave Charlotte.3.00 p. m.
Arrive at Greensboro, N. C.. . 10.00 p. m.
Leave Greensboro.-10.20 p. m.
Arrive at Richmond, Va. 3.15 p. m.
the following day, connecting with evening
trains for Washington and all the North?
Close connections made, and no delay on
this routo. Nearest and best route North.
J. FITZ JAMES, Agent
Jan 23 3mo E. D. & P. Railroads.
Sup'ts Office, Charlotte & S. C. R. R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., JANUARY 1, 1806.
?gnasaaam ONE HUNDRED LA
?j^y^-^^'BORERS wanted, to work
on the track. Apply to WILLIAM REY?
NOLDS, Section Master, at the Depot.
Jan_3__ _JAS. ANDERSON. Snp't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN'L SUPERINTEND TS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Januarv 28, 1866. j
ON and after WEDNESDAY next, the
31st inst.f the Passenger Trains will j
run daily (Sundays excepted) as follows:
Leave Columbia "at. 0.00 a. m.
" Alston at.11.00 "
" Newberrv at.12.50 p.m.
Arrive at Abbeville at. 6.00 "
" at Anderson at. 8.10 "
" at Greenville at. it.00 "
Leave Greenville at. 4.30 a. m.
" Anderson at. 5.30 "
" Abbeville at. 7.45 "
" Newberry at. 1.10p.m.
Arrive at Alston at. 2.55 "
" at Columbia at. 8.00 " |
There will be about seven miles of stag?
ing still between Freshley's and Alston.
Passengers will bo furnished with tickets
through, including the road, stage and
ferry. 60 pounds baggage only allowed on '
stage to one seat. 'J.'B. LASSALLE,
Jan 28 General Superintendent.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, January IK, 1866.
LEAVE Charleston at. 6.00 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia.4.25 p. m.
Leave Columbia at.6.00 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.15 p. m.
Jan 18 ll. T. PEAKE. Gen. Sup.
South Carolina Railroad Company
GEN. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, January 16, 1866.
ON and after this date, Passenger and
Freight Trains will run on tho Augusta
Branch to Graham's, as follows:
Leave Charleston.6.00 a. m.
Arrive at Graham's.1.30 j), m.
Lc. ve Graham's.9.10 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.15 p. m.
Jan 17 H. T. PEAKE. Gen. Sup._
Gen. Sup'ts Office, C. & S. C. R. R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., FEBRUARY 12, 1866.
THIS Road is now completed to Ridge?
way, and Passenger and ? rcight Trains
running as beloW:
Leavo Charlotte (on arrival of the
North Carolina train) at.10.00 p. ni.
Arrive at Ridgeway at. 6.00 "
Leave Ridgeway at. 5.45 a.m.
Arrive at Charlotte at. 2.50 p. m.
Feb 14 _JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
OILS! OILS! OLLS! '
JUST received, a fresh supplv of KERO?
SENE OIL, TANNER'S OIL, LINSEED
A completo varietv of VARNISHES. For
sal.' cheap for cash by
Feb 27 DIAL & POPE
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
SPRING & SUMMER STOCK*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
OFFER THEIR STOCK AT
AGOOD, assortment of PRINTS, of all
colors and qualities.
French and English MERINO.
Black and Colored ALPACA.
Opera, White and Red All-wool and Cot?
GINGHAM, JACONET, SWISS MUSLIN.
JEANS, CAMBRICS, PAPER CAMBRICS.
Bleached ?nd Unbleached HOMESPUN.
Linen and Cotton SHEETING.
SHAWLS, LADIES' CLOAKS.
HATS and BONNETS, tr'nied and unt'd.
BONNET FRAMES, RIBBONS.
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, RUCHES.
BUGLE and other Fancy Dress and
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery.
Cuffs, Collars, Hair Nets.
Breakfast Shawls, Sontags.
Hoop and Balmoral Skirts, Corsets.
Veils, Coate's and Clark's Spool Cotton.
ALSO, A FULL LIN OF
CENT'S FLRMSUIXG GOODS !
Over, Business and Black Frock COATS.
PANTS and VESTS of all qualities.
White Linen and Woolen OVER-SHIRTS.
Shaker, Merino, Woolen and Cotton
UNDER-SHIRTS and DRAWERS.
Socks, Suspenders, Collars, Wristbands.
Neck-Ties, Pocket Handkerchiefs.
Hats and Caps.
Fine Pegged and Sewed Boots, Gaiters
Together with a largo and well-selected
stock of Plain and Fancy
FLOUR, BACON, CHEESE, BUTTER.
LARD, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR.
Whole and Ground Spices, Candles.
Fancy and Common Soaps.
Soda, Indigo, Copperas, Blue Stone.
Madder and Logwood.
Plain and Fancv Crackers.
Herrings and Mackerel, by the barre 1
half barrel and kit.
Sweet Oil, Yeast Powders.
Carbonate cf Soda, Concentrated Lye.
Fancy and Plain Candies.
Sugar and Fancy Toys, Sardines.
Cotton and Wool Cards.
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Scissors.
Tobacco and Segars.
Together with a large assortment of
goods usually kept, and too numerous to
ALSO, ON HAND,
A large stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired.
Old GOLD and SILVER bought.
New and second-hand WATCHES bought.
KALB'S PATENT LIMBS.
HARTMAN'S PATENT ELASTIC
And FAIRBANKS SCALES.
BETWEEN PLAIN ? WASHINGTON
Jan i '