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He Lind? Vm On.
By paths we did sot know,
Upward He leads ti?, though our st*ps aro
Though oft wo faint and falter on tho way,
Though storms and darkness oft obscurs
the day ;
Yet, when the storms aro gone,
Wc know He leads ns on.
He leads us on
Through the unquiet years,
Past all our dream-land hopes, and doubts
He guides our Btcps. Through all the
Of sin, of sorrow, and o'er clouded days.
We know His will is done ;
.And still He leads ns on.
And He, atlast,
After the weary strife- *
After the restless fever wo call life,
After the dreariness, the aching pain
The wayward struggles which have proved
After all our toils aro past,
"Willgive us rest at last.
A. Northern Estimate of tile ConfecL.
We extract the following from a
long review of the late war in the New
York Citizen, a Republican \ iper,
edited by Colonel Halpine, late of the
United States army:
Let those loyal gentlemen, disciples
of Mr. Abbott, who worship the char?
acter of Bonaparte, make some con?
sistent homage to the brilliant direc?
tory of Jefferson Davis. Both were
men of destiny, and the pirsonnel of
the survivor is by far the nobler. Of
the fallen angels, whose dark plumage
swept from our Senate halls, he made
tho most courtly adieu. Of all the
traitors, he was most entirely in earn?
est. Of all decisions, his was the
sagest, the promptest and the most
enduring. He, only, of the conspira?
tors, felt that bis qnarrel with the
Union was irreconsilable, and stood
by his Capital till the last, and has
never yet advised submission. His
captivity has been belittled by none
of Bonaparte's querulousness. Blind,
and grey, and wasted, his dominions
are narrowed to a casemate, while the
Republic he would overthrow reaches
to the silent oceans.
In Robert Lee, the same austere
Providence, to purify our Republi?
canism, shattered our faith iib tradi?
tional respectability. The heir of
Washington went with the rest
of the new chivalry, and with
ten times the talent of that great Fa
. bius, crushed the armies of our lesser
respectabilities, till he met in Grant
a man without a pedigree. He was
the equal of Wellington in manoeu
vreing great bodies of troops upon
small inferior forces. The Duke, at
Waterloo, fought his whole army
upon a mile and a quarter arc; but
Lee, at Cold harbor, for five days,
presented a solid line of battle wher?
ever we sought for him, till his whole
force seemed manoeuvred by the
wink of his eye, und every salient
point'that we touched was a corps.
While the fortifications of Richmond
stand, his name shall evoke admira?
tion. The art of war is unacquaint?
ed with any defence so admirable.
Splendid as were the triumphs of bis
engineering, the victories of his in?
fantry were his best, monuments.
But over the glory of his talent fell a
shadow as eternal as bis memory
the frown of a resolute Democracy
whose sacrifice was longer than his
I stood in the cemetery of Holly?
wood at the grave of Stuart-a space
withou t a shaft. He revolutionized the
cavalry tactics of our time, and was
in dash, and dissoluteness the Prince
Rupert of the West. Forrest and
Stonenian, Morgan and Grierson,
Mosby and Kilpatrick were bis imi?
tators. He inaugurated the grand
raid winch taught Sheridan the no?
thingness of distance, and embold?
ened Sherman to tear the continent
like a pocket map.
The fervid imagination of the
Southern people, demonstrated in
feats of romance, like Stuart's, made
them, during the war, the great sug?
gestive captains. They built the first
iron-clad, made the first of the great
rides, and under Stonewall Jackson
executed the earliest of the great in?
fantry marches. But the colder
adaptab?ity of the North developed
every hint from the South into a per?
fect system. The experiment of the
Merrimac has grown to the Dictator,
the Dnnderberg and the Ironsides.
The engineering assiduity of Beau?
regard, imitated by the North, has
marked the camps of our armies, as
if thc protecting mountains had fol?
lowed our columns. But it may bc
doubted that any division commander
has yet arisen to rival tho spendid
infantry genius of Jackson.
As Lee was master of manoeuvre,
Jackson was the great Captain of ag?
gressive warfare. He combined the
cunning and the boldness of Napo?
leon. To cover his great movement
by the flank in 1862, he did not hesi?
tate to fight Pope's whole army with
a division, and the celerity of his
inarch up thc Shenandoah, to appear
again on the field of Bull Run, was
only equalled by tho energy of his
attack. He moved infantry with the
.speed of horse, and having hurled
three great commanders back from
the Old Dominion, died before the
lustre of its arms had diminished in
the flush of victory when rebellion
had assumed, indeed, the proportions
of a nation. He was tho most re?
publican of rebels, stern and simple
as any Roundhead, and this is why
we hold his memory greener than that
of his companions, w-hose defection to
the Union was augmented by their
treason to popular institutions.
There were other personages iden?
tified with this grand historical de?
fence, but these are the great statues,
Davis, Leo, Jackton, Stuart and
A Fearful Railroad Ride.
A passenger sends to the St. Louis j
Republican the following brief but j
thrilling account of a merciful escape !
from a terrible fate on the Pacific
The dotfn train from Kansas City,
until 10 o'clock on Wednesday night,
and thc sickness of a member of my
family compelled mo to leave there
that terribly cold night for St. Louis.
Hie train consisted of sis cars, all
well filled with passengers, among
whom were two newly married
couples, who started off from points
above when the knot was tied, on
matrimonial excursions. Nothing
? worthy of note occurred until we had
reached within about four miles of
Herman, which we did between 12
and 1 o'clock Thursday morning, and
about that time an accident occurred,
the recollection of which will, the
longest day I live, be indelibly im?
pressed on my memory. The ther?
mometer must have been several de?
grees below zero, tho passengers were
crowded around the stove, some lying
down endeavoring to sleep, others
standing, holding their feet to get
warmed, and others, who could not
get near the fire in consequence of
there being no available source for
them to creep in, were stamping on
the floor, endeavoring by that means
to keep the blood in circulation, and
cause a degree of warmth to pervade
the inferior members, when all in a
second, and before any one on board
had time to make an exclamation, the
cars commenced jumping to such a
fearful pitch, that the fires in the
stoves were knocked about the floor,
the lamps were all blown out, and
several of the passengers that had i
been standing around the fires wore 1
either tumbled on to those who occu?
pied seats in their immediate vicinity,
or compelled to hold on with hands
and feet to the nearest benches within
Thc scene could not have lasted
over ten minutes, but to the unfortu?
nate passengers in the cars, it was
ten of the most terrifically inomen
tons minutes that the human mind !
could comprehend. The lady pas?
sengers-and there was quite a num?
ber on board-sat in their seats with
their hands holding on to the benches
before them, and their faces present?
ed the most fearful picture of horror
and despair. When the locomotivo
was got under control and came to a
stand-still, the passengers ran to the
door and looked ' out, and merciful
Heaven! what a sight was presented
to the eye.
The train had been running on the
verge of a precipice some thirty or
forty feet in depth, at the bottom of
which was the Mississippi River,
bearing on its bosom flakes of ice
nothing to be seen but snow-the
wind blowing a penetrating breeze
from the North, and the hindmost
cars careened considerably to the
river side and completely off the
track. The three foremost cars had,
through the most providential coin?
cidence, jumped on the track, and
this circumstance was, no doubt, the
saving of the lives of ?ll on board, as,
had the train kept on even one mi?
nute more, it would almost inevita?
bly have gone down the precipice
into the river, and all would have
Women require more sleep than
men, and farmers less than those en?
gaged in any other occupation.
Editors, reporters, printers and tele?
graph operators require no sleep at
all. Lawyers can sleep as much as
they choose, as they will thus be kept
out of mischief. Clergymen are al?
lowed to sleep twenty-four hours, and j
to put their parishes to sleep once a ?
IF1 I 3>T JES
MM MEB8ES !
CALNAN ti. kliEI III
On Main Street, adjoining (he nhl
site of "Janneifs Hotel."
*?r Call and examino for yourselves, ~??
HENRY N. MCGOWAN, Salesman, j
Mareil 8 i
C. D. MELTON. SAATL W. MELTON. !
MELTON & MELTON,
Attorneys at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL practice in the adjoining Dis- |
tricts, and in Union, I otk, Chester :
and Lancaster. Office on Asserlbly street,
second door South of the Cathoiie Church. I
^7*7". -?L. TTAHfiXS,
Land Agent. ?
SPECIAL attention paid to purchase and
salo of PLANTATIONS, F A It MS,
DWELLINGS and HEAL ESTA JE of every
description in South Carolin! and tho
Southern States. Office-Coat House
Square, Columbia, S. C. Feb 3
Manufacturers' Supplies !
MILLWARD & WIXEIREXER.
118 Market Street, PhikMphia,
DEALERS in MACHINEE? and SUP?
PLIES of every descriptiodf or Cotton
and Woolen Manufactories, also, Oak
tanned LEATHER BELTlm CARD
CLOTHING, Cotton aud Woojpi YARNS,
Warps, Starch, Oils, Dyo Stull? Ac Ad?
vances mado on consignment! of Cotton
and Woolen Yarns. Orders soliitcd which
shall receive prompt attention.!
WM. MILLAY ARD, D. S. WINIBRENER.
March 7 I 3mo
HAKE YOUR OWN
Tig Saving and Using your Watte Orense.
BUY ONE BOX OF ?HE
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing
OR CONCENTRATED LYE.
IT will make 10 pounds of excellent II ARD
SOAP, or 25 gallons of tlin very best
SOFT SOAP, for only about ?15 CENTS.
Directions on each box. Foi sale at all
Drug and Grocery stores, aid in lots at
WM. M. ELLICOTT & SONS,
No. 3 Spear's Wharf,
March 1 3mo Baltimore, Md.
HAVE made arrangements with Mr. J.
S. PHILLIPS to continue the DRAPER
and TAILORING BUSINESS at their old
stand, 32 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.,
in all its branches, as formerly conducted
by them, and solicit for him,from their
former patrons and friends, thc same libe?
ral patronage so generously extended to
themselves. EDGERTON A RICHARDS.
?T. ?5?. r?ixlllix3JS,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Successor to EDGERTON& Lien A liJ)S.
32 Bno.vu Sr., CHARLESTON*, S. C.,
Keeps constantly on hand a full assort?
ment of tho best "grades of French, Eng?
lish and American CLOTHS, CASS1MEKES
and VESTINGS, which will bo sold by the
yard or made to order, in Ibo latest fa?
shions. IVb S 3m o
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving each Pori ever g Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY ii. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. P. MAKSHMAN.
THESE STEAMSBIPS, offering every
inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, bavin-; superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled tm the coast.
M O NE K A,
CAPTAIN C. P. MABSKMAN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, ON THURSDAY, March 22,
1806, nt - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage applv at the
Agents. WILLIS & CHIS?LM,
March 16 North Atlantic Wharf.
VG East Bay, Charleston, S
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCE?
RIES and PROVISIONS. Will give
prompt and personal attention toall orders ;
entrusted to their care for execution.
Jan 19 3m-t
PRATT- & AV]
IMO. ^aa KUMc;;-rM t
OFFER FOB SALE AT NEW ~?
"I OZ. FLOWERS BENZINE, 1 ox.
200 lbs. BLUE MASS, 1 lb. pols.
50 lbs Extracts Cokfftynth, etc.
1.000 lbs. Cream Tartar, 15 ll), cans.
200 lbs. Yeast Powders.
50 lbs. Iodide Potass.
200 lbs. Tartaric and Citric Acids.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF
i KAY, VEAL & HEWETSON.
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFICE on Lady street, East of the
Presbyterian Church. Feb 4 m
.TOHX A. KAT. T. C. VEAL. II. E. K.HEWETSON.
FOR sale by JOHN C. SEEOKRS.
The State of South Carolina.
Ex parie Simeon Fair, Solicitor of Middle
Circuit.-A f?iU.lo Perpetuate Testimony.
SIMEON FAIR, Solicitor of thc Middle
Circuit, having this day Hied in this j
ellice a Rill to "Perpetuate Testimony in '
relation to Deeds, Wills, Choses in Action,
other Papers and Records? destroyed or
lost during thc recent war:"' It is ordered
that all persons who are entitled to, and
desire to avail themselves of, the benefit of
tho Act of tho General Assembly, in such
case made and provided, arc permitted to
come before thc Court, and have takon and
perpetuated all evidence which they shall
produce, on proper application being made
HENRY A. MEETZE, C. E. L. D.
Commissioner's Office, Lexington C. H.,
February 1,13d(>._Feb ll nt 12
The State of South Carolina.
Ex parte Simeon Fair, Solicitor of ?Middle
Circuit.-A'BiH to Perpetuate Testimony.
SIMEON FAIR, Solicitor of the Middle
Circuit, having this day filed in this
office a Bill to "Perpetuate Testimony in
relation to Deeds, Wills, Choses in Action,
other Papers and Records, destroyed or
loi*t during the recent war:" It :s ordered
that r.ll persons who are entitled to, nnd
desire to avail themselves of,'thc benefit of
thc Act of the General Assembly, in such
case made and provided, are permitted to
come before the Court, and have taken and
perpetuated all evidence which they shall
Eroduce, on proper application being made
D. B. DESAUSSUPF. C. E. R. D.
Commissioner's Office, IVb. 2, 18f><;.
Feb 4 ni8
THE undersigned are prepared to fur?
nish LUMBER, of all kinds and in any
quantity, at short notice-delivered either
in Columbia or at tlie Mill. Orders can be
left with T. H. BERKY, at Thos. -T. Gibson's
store. Main street. HALL A LONG.
Feb 28 Imo
The "Weekly Newberry Herald,
Published at Newberry, S. C.,
OFFERS favorable inducements to ad?
vertisers, having a large circulation in
all thc upper Districts. Merchants and
others can avail themselves of a line circu?
lation at vcrv moderate charges.
T. F. Ss R. H. GR?NEKER,
March ll) Editors and Publishers.
Charleston Advertisements. !
Gruner Queen and Meeting Sis., Cia tr! est un.
k >>AI-v\ THIS popular and well >
.fr known HOUSE is nov.- fully
MifltmJ ?P' n for the reception of
MT a rrv? ?Tivisitors, having been RE?
FURNISHED with new and elegant Furni?
ture throughout, and offers to the traveler
accommodations and conveniences as a
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, not to be equaled
by any. North or South. The patron age of
the traveling public is respectfully soli?
cited. JOSEPH PURCELL, Proprietor.
Kates-of Board per day, $4.00.
" " per month, as may be
agreed on. Fob 13 j
LEVY & ALEXANDER^
AT Browning's old stand, importers and
dealers in CLOTHING, HATS, Genfs !
FURNISHING GOODS, VALISES.
TRUNKS, etc., and BOOTS and SHOES of
No. 275 King Si., Charleston, S. C.
Feb 17 i'inio
REMO V F5T>
?3? MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AND AGENTS AND DEALERS IN
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
?S t e a xii E ii pr i ii e ? 9
IRON, STEEL ANO METALS,
BENTLEY D. HAS ELL,
CIVIL. MINING AND CONSULTING
Estimates made and Contracts taken.
Office 137 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Fob 27 t?lmo
:EM?T?I3 S. G.,
ORK WHOLESALE PRICES :
tO bbls. Borax, refined.
200 lbs. Camphor, relined.
SO lbs. Sweet Spirits Nitre, 1 lb. bottles.
50 lbs. Chloroform.
200 lbs. Coleman's Mustard, (! lb. cann.
20 bbls. Epsom Snits.
20 bbls. Alum.
MEDICINES, M., M HAM),
Engine, etc., l'or Sale.
AFIVE-HORSE ENGINE, in running
order, with pulleys, etc, for salo low.
Apply at this oflicc. Deo 21
New York Advertisements.
Banker and Broker,
NO. 30 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
/~1 OVERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS,
\JC BONDS and GOLD bought and sold ?
on commission and carried on the usual |
margin, if desired. Iuterest allowed on i
deposits subject to sight. Drafts of South- ;
ern monej bought and sohl and unsettled
Northern claims adjusted. Particular at?
tention paid to tb?- negotiation of Com?
mercial Paper and Dills of Exchange.
Jan 2? 12mo
WELD, ANDREWS & LEET,
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign
and American Fancy Goods, Ho?
siery, Gkiit's Furnishing Goods,
Stationery, Cutlery, and also Manu?
facturers of Hoop Skirts,
23 Park Flaw and 20 Marran Sf.,
WE have one of the largest and host
assorted stocks of above goods in
this co-.iiitw^ adapted to Southern trade,
which we ofter upon favorable terms. Buy?
ers will do well to give U3 a trial. A'll
orders promptly attended to.
WELD, ANDREWS A LEET.
Feb 4 3mo
(Laie of Charleston, S. C.,)
40 AND 42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
WILL buy and s.'ll Southern S.'OCKS,
BONDS and BANK NOTES on com?
mission. Orders for tho issue of any of
the Southern Banks Ulled with promptness
and despatch. Parties indebted to the
hanks should avail themselves of present
low rates to liquidate their indebtedness.
March 1 tbslmo
NO. ll DEY ST., NEW YOKE.
ALEXIS BRAGG ?, WESSON,
Successors of tho old established firm ot
ALEXIS BRAGG & WARREN,
IN BOOTS, SH0E? ANU LEATHER,
BEG to invite thc attention of purchasers
to their splendid stock, adapted to all
sections of the country, and which they
ofter at the lowest market prices. Special
attention paid to orders. Feb 13 3mo
ALEXIS BRAGG. ANDREW WESSON, Jr.
SHELDON, HOYT & CO.,
IMPOETERS AND DEALERS IN
XT A T>.X> W AB. DE3 ,
CUTLERY, GUNS, HOES and other
goods suited to SOUTHERN TRADE,
No. 43 Chambers st. and 21 Reade st., a
few doors East of Broadway, and opposite
thc new Court House, Nev,- York.
Hr.NitY K. SHELDON, SAMUEL A. BVSICK,
WILLIAM J. HOYT, EDWARD LYNES,
J. ERASTUS SHELDON.
Iron Carolina HOES, ElweU's Crown,
(steel,) Brade's Crown, Brade's Patent,
Bice Hoes, Scovill's Planters' Hoes and
other makes American Planters' Hoes, half
bright and full bright, round and oval eve.
Mr. D. F. DAY, of late timi Hyde, Gregg
A- Day, Charleston, S. C., is with us, and
will he happy to see his friends and cus?
tomers. " Feb H 3mo
New York, January 15, 18C6.
NO. 10 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
d^i OVERNMENT 'SECURITIES A X D
\JT other STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD, Ac,
bought and sold <>n commission for cash.
DEPOSITS received from Banks, Bank?
ers. Merchants and others, subject to check
on sight. COLLECTIONS made on all
DE WITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED.
paris of the United Stati s. Dc; 31
riMIE Original and Best in tho World.
J_ Tho only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair
or skin. Remedies the ill cfteots of had
dves. Sold hy all Druggists. The genuine
is' signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
tho Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,
Oct 25 Iv New York.
JAMES CONNER S SONS
rVITPn vTlTF? TV UP IM l-Y MIV
'\TOS. 28, 30 and 32 Centre street, (corner
j_N of Reade street,) New York. Tho type
mi winch this paper is printed is from tho
above Foundry. Nov 18
CORNER BROOME S'T ANO BOWERY,
rwTlUS house, capable of accommodating
X three hundred guests and kept on thc
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass tho
Motel to all tho Ferries, Railroad Depots
and places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. $1.00 per day;
double, $2.00. J. V. DARROW & CO.,
Jan 14 ly Proprietors.
New York Advertisements.
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCI ATION
EST \I?I.ISIII;I> 1846.
180 Broadway, New York.
Rosewood Pianos, Melodeons, Fine
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Silver
Ware, Fine Gold and Silver
Watches. Diamond Pins, Dia?
mond Rings, Gold Bracelets,
Coral. Florentine, Mosaic,
Jet, Lava and Cameo Ladies'
Sets, Gold Pens with Gold and
Silver Extension Holders, Sleeve
Buttons, sets of Stnds, vest and
Neck Chains, Gold Rings, &c,
DISTRIBUTION is made in the following
manner: Certificates, naming each
article and its value, aro placed in sealed
envelopes, which are well mixed. Ono of
these envelopes, containing the certificate
or order for some article, will be delivered
at our office or sent by mail to any address,
without regard to choice, on receipt of 25
cents. On receiving thc certificate, the
purchaser will see what article it draws and
its value, and can then send ONE DOLLAR
and receive the article named, or can choose
any other one article on our list of the same
?3- Purchasers of our SEALED ENVE?
LOPES may, in this manner, obtain an
article worth from Our to Five Hundred
For One X>oll?txr,
Which they need not pay until it is known
what is drawn and its value. Entiro satis?
faction guaranteed in all casca.
THE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
Would call attention to the fact of its being
tho original and largest Gift Association in
the country. We are. therefore, enabled to
senden?* goods and give better chances to
obtain the more valuable jtrizes than any
other establishment of the kind. The bu?
siness continues to he conducted in a fair
and honorable manner, and a large ami
greatly increasing trade is proof that our
patrons appreciate this method of obtain?
ing rich and elegant goods.
During the past year, this Association
has sent a very large number of valuable
prizes to all parts of thc country. Those
who patronize us will receive thc full value
of their money, as no article on our list is
worth less than One Dollar, retail, and
there are no blanks.
Parties dealing with us may depend on
having prompt returns, a.nd thc article
drawn will be immediately sent to any ad?
dress by return mail or express.
Thc following parties have recently
drawl valuable prizes from the Eureka As?
sociation, and have kindly allowed the uso
of their names; many other names might
be published were we permitted:
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Philadel?
phia, Penn., Oil Painting, value $100; Jas.
Hargraves, 821 Broadway, New York, Oil
Painting, value $100; E. fr. Jones, Barrett,
Marshall Co., K ansas, Melodeon, value $200;
P. J. Byrnes, Waterburv, Ct., Gold Watch,
value $125; J. F. Shaw, 224 East 24th street,
New Y'ork, Piano, value $350; Mrs. Chas. J.
Nevis, Elmira, N. Y., Piano, value $300;
Miss Lucy Jancway, Elmira, N. Y*., Cluster
Diamond Ring, value $200; Mrs. K. Pen
noycr, City Hotel, Nashville, Tenn., Melo?
deon, value $125; Oscar M. Allen, Co. B.
142d Reg. Ind. Vols., Nashville, Tenn.,
Watch, value $85; Rowland S. Patterson,
Co. D, 10th Iowa Voe. Vols.. Oil Painting,
value $100; Mrs. Abbey J. Parsons, Spring
held, Mass., Melodeon, value $150; Jas. L.
Dexter,. City Surveyor, Syracuse, N. Y.,
Gold Watch, value $150; Mrs. James Ely,
177 Wooster street, cor. Bleeker, N. Yr., Od
Painting, value $100; Mrs. J. C. Coles,
Gr?.nd Rapids, Michigan, Silver Castor,
value $40; Dr. J. R. Sinclair, No. 4 Main
st., Utica, N. Y\, Framed Engraving, value
$25; Hon. Luther Detmold, Washington,
D. C., Oil Painting, value $100.
Letters from various parties throughout
the countrv, acknowledging the receipt of
very valuable gifts, may be seen on filo at
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Without regard to raine, andnot to be paid
for until vim know >rhat you will receive.
50 Eleg*t Rosewood Pianos, EACH.
worth from.$250.00 to 500.00
50 Melodeons, Ros'd cases. 125.00 to 225.00
100 tine Oil Paintings. 25.00 to 100.00
100 gold H'g Case Watches 75.00 to 150.00
150 Diamond Rings. 50.00 to 200.0(1
250 Ladies' Gold Watches. 00.00 to 85.00
450 Silver Watches. 25.00 to 50.00
200 line Steel Eng's, fr'md. 12.00 to 25.00
100 Music Boxes. 12.00 to 45.00
lOOSil'rRev'gPat.Castprs 15.00 to 40.00
100 " F't and C'ke B'kets. 15.00 to 35.00
500 sets Silver Tea and
Tablespoons. 15.00 to 30.00
2,500 Vest an 1 Veck Chains 5.00 to 25.00
2,500 Ladies' Silver Porte
monaies. 8.00 to 15.00
%000 Silver Butter Knives 3.00 to 7.00
2,000 pr Ear-rings,new style 1.50 to 0.00
3,000 Gold Pencils and
Toothpicks. 3.00 to 8.00
3.000 Onvx and Amethyst
Brooches. 4.00 to 10.00
3,000 Lava and Florentine
Brooches. 4.00 to 6.00
1,000 Masonic Pins. 4.00 to (?.50
2,000 fine Gold W'ch Kevs. 3.50 to (?.50
5,000 Children's Armlets.. 2.50 to 8.00
2,500 sets Bosom Studs... 1.50 to 5.00
2,500 En'd Sleeve Buttons. 2.50 to 10.00
10,000 Plain Gold and
Chased Rings. 1.00 to 5.00
5,900 Stone Set A S'l Rings 2.50 to 10.00
5,000 Lockets, all sizes- 2.00 to 7.00
10,000 sets Ladies'Jewelry 8.00 to 20.00
4,000 Watch Cha' ns, each 3.00 to 5.50
5,000 Gold Pens, Shiv Ex C's 4.00 to COO
5.000 Gent's Breast and
' Scarf Pins . 3.00 to 20.00
2,000 Ladies' New Style
Belt Buckles.'. . 4.00 to 0.50
2,000 Chatelaine and Guard
Chains. fi.00 to 20.00
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 7.00 to 14.00
2,000 set Ladi.~ s'Jct A Gold 10.00 to 20.00
10,000 Gold Crosses. 1.50 to 6.00
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets. COO to 20.00
4,000 Chased Bracelets.. . 5.00 to 16.00
2,000 Ball Ear-drops, all
colors. 3.00 to 5.00
5,000 fine Gold Pons.. . 2.(M) t., 3.50
2,000 New Stvle Jet and .
Gold Ear-drops. 3.00 to 7.00
2,500 New Stvle Long ( !rys
tal Ear-drops. 4.00 to 8.00
2.000 Gold Pens. 3.00 to 6.00
tfiT A chance to obtain anv of the above
articles for ONE DOLLAR by purchasing a
Soaled Envelope, for 25 cents.
?yFivo Scaled Envelopes will be sent
for $1.00; eleven for $2.00; thirty for $5.00;
sixtv-five for $10.00; one hundred for $15.00.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Our patrons are desired to send United
States money when it is convenient. Long
letters are unnecessary. Orders for Sealed
Envelopes must in every case be accompa?
nied by thc cash, with tho name of thc
person sending, and Town, County and
State plainly written. Letters should be
addressed to the Managers as follows:
GOODWIN, HUNT & CO.,
Feb 10 75* Box 5,706 Poet Oflic >, N. Y.