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1 cannot tell you what the reason j
was,, bai certaiu it is that from that
night forward Peg O'Slrangbnessy
declined in my uncle's ' !ayoi\'- -Some,
one else was ' presently asked to read
th?*-,newspaper, some ono else was
expected to hand the cc^fee!: : 1*eg
was soon totally dismissed from tue
service, and some one else elected in
her place. And -the- ?orne one else
was my Lady Fitzgibbon.
Thus- discharged. Teg .was* Q8 /wie
at^ift <pn the world. She stayed
. - much in her own room, or sat m a
- corraer when in company. She was"
embarrassed in conversation, anil
shunned notice. She was not popu?
la,: ? people -said^ho was proud and
siand off. So, I thought, she cer?
tainly Was; but I believ?d the, fault.
?a? not her own. - , V,. ?
l'or my own part, I tried; without
forcing particular attention upon her,
to wear off her fear of mo, and to es?
tablish a friendly footing between irs;
and I Succeeded. Knowing her bet?
ter, I found that she had a bright
fancy, and-a large capacity for en?
joyment; only thc misfortunes of
poverty and debt had Overshadowed
all the. sunny sido of her nature. I
toyed her more every day, and longed
to lift her from under her cloud int?
the broad light of happiness.
Meantime, I mused much as to
whether my love might or might not
be.-retained; on the prosibility . of
Peg's crushing troubles having made
her mercenary; on her gentle atten
tions to 'Giles Humphrey until she
\f as set aside. I detested myself for
these doubts, and endured them still.
Bot meanwhile something occurred.
One night, after we had all retired,
Giles JIumphrey kept me long in his
bed-room, listening wearily to his
wild egotistical talk. At last I broke
away from him, and was coming
Softly down the corridor, so as to dis?
turb no one, when I was startled by
hearing the rustle of a woman's
dress, and looking, saw, by tho faint
light of a dim lamp, two figures, a
man and a woman, separating quick?
ly, and moving in different direc?
tions. The man, I could see, was
my uncle's black servant, and, after
a moment's reflection, I concluded
that the woman was some silly house?
maid, who could not help flirting
with, even Jacko. The adventure did
not disturb my night's rest.
But the next evening it happened
that, coming into the drawing-room
after dinner, I looked round the
room and missed Peg. I also noticed
that neither was Lady Fitzgibbon to
bo seen, but that did not much dis?
appoint rae. Watching impatiently
for some time, and finding that Peg
did not appear, I left tho drawing
room for the purpose of asking Mrs.
Daly to step up to her room, lest
she might be iii. But, before doing
this, I went up stairs myself to fetch
something I bad forgotten in my
own chamber. Going thither, I hail
to pass the end of that corridoi
which I have mentioned more thar
once before. At tliis hour of th?
evening it was ht more brightly thai
it had been late last night. Ap
proacliing it, I hearth' the same bur
rying of feet I had then heard, ant
the same rustling of a woman'i
dress; but this time I saw the skin
of a black gown disappearing. Ii
was not a servant's dress, for tin
sound was that of silk. Xeverthe
less, it was tho black man Jacko win
skulked past me tho next moment ii
the passage. As I walked on I fou ni
something white lying at my feet
just where the woman had iii tte?
past. I picked it np; it was a lady":
pocket handkerchief, pure and fine.
I thrust it into my bosom, and dit
not examine it, though it was som
time before I returned to the draw
ing-room. Re-entering there I bc
held Lady Fitzgibbon playing choy
with my uncle. She was dressed i
the glittering maize colored silk whic
I mentioned before; a dress she wa
fond of. I looked around for Pet.
she was not there, but entered th
room a few minutes after, lookin
pale, I thought, in she came, in he
everlasting black gown. I never ha
felt revolted at its monotonous re-tq
pearance before. A sickening chi
crept over mo as I glanced away froi
her, and looked scrutinizingly a
round the room. Not a lady of tl:
company was dressed in black sa>
and accepting Peg O'Shaughness;
How tho evening wore I do not kno\
I examined that handkerchief befoi
I went to bed, and found, delicate!
embroidered in one corner, the 0
I need not detail to you. Tom, hov
after this, my days were bitter ar
my nights sleepless; in bow mar
ways I strove to account for what hu
como under my not iee, and how, i
acco unting for it whatever way
might, I only mailt! myself mo:
miserable. There was no solutic
for the mystery, and I wretched
gave it np.
Christmas eve arrived, and a wi
?lay it was. The wind bullied at tl
windows, and tho snow-drifts ke
blinding np the panes. It was wbi
wo wero hanging up the mistleto
that Lady Fitzgibbon invited us i
to a fancy ball at Kilbanaghcr Park t
that day three weeks, lt was to 1
given in honor of Uncle Gib
with whom she now first favorit
who was going on a visit to li
house, and who vowed he would a
pear at her ball in the character of
Laplander, dressed in furs. T
invitation mode a pleasant littlo B<
sut iou, aa<l cosUunes and, cht* ructers
were discussed during the rest of the I
day'. ;Every one' wa* pleased buV
Gta'jnap Tracey, who 5f?s . uow._o?_
jealous cn*jJGr?fia Humphrey os he had
foxnieflv been o? 'me. -W$era xra&
Peg that dayV an/Hi?d Rbev top; been
inviled? j I did not Imow; A fancied
she had shunned me ever since tlmt
evening;"1 *' -~ . 7 , -? .. <.
Between Lauren* and Newberry.
OK and after MONDAY,
... "?the lt?tb. instant, the HACK
t?L?iisJ?ii^i -will connect with tho -tip
train rm <hc GroonvUJa and
Oohmibia Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS: with* the
aown -tiain, on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS. -V
Thus" passengers can bc carried through
from Co inn) bia to Lan rena in ONE DAT
arriving at Laurena hy 9 o'clock th? same
day they leave Columbia. . Passengers con
leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. and arrive
at Columbia same day at T o'clock* . ~.. ?
Every comfort is afforded passenger*
which eould he expected on a stage lihe.
T. B. CREWS.
Laurena, June lfi, 18GC. _ June
Notice te Sriippers.
flTHE Charlotte and South Carolina Rail
aL road are prepare^ to give through re?
ceipts to New York, tia l'ortemouthr cn?
cotton, at aix dollars pee bate. This rate
includes all charges to the point of destin?
?t ion. JAMES ANDERSON,
June 14 Superintendent.
NOKTH CAROLINA RAJXKOAD.
CI LAN (iE OF TIME !
ON and after SUNDAY, June 10, 18G6,
trains will run as follows:
Leave Charlotte at 11.13 p. m. and 4.30
Thc 11.15 p. m. train makes quick con?
nections with trains for the North at Ra?
leigh, aud is the
QUICKEST AND MOST COM?
FORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS NORTH AND
WEST FROM CO?
LUMBIA ! !
HST THROUGH TICKETS eau be hail at
Charlotte tu all the Northern cities.
June 9 Engineer anti Super't.
Through Freight Arrangements
From Columbia, ria Charleston,
SOUTH CAROLINA R. R. COMPANY,
COLUMBI A, June 7, 18C6.
Cotton at $ti pr Hale, delivered in hw York.
THE Snath Carolina Railroad Com pan v
and New York Steamer? have arranged
a THROUGH TARIFF on COTTON, which
obviates all unnecessary delay and expense.
Shipper* may consign to either Willis A
Chisolm or Ravcm-l ?v Co., agents New
York Steamers at Charleston.
THE LOCA!, TASaXT
From Columbia to t lharleston will be ?3 per
bale. FL T. PEAKE,
Junes fi ( ?el iei :L! Superintendent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN'L SU PERI NTEN1 >TS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Mav 2fi, 18?G.
ON and after MONDAY next, 28th inst.,
the Passenger Trains will run daily
(Sundays excepted) until further notice, as
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a.m.
" Alston at.D.45 "
" Newberry at.11.85 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. 4.50 p. m.
" at Anderson at.7.10 "
" at Greenville at .8.10 "
ljcave Oreenville at. 5.55 a. m.
" ' nderson at.t>.5.> "
" .? neville at. !).20 ??
" Newberry at.2.45 , . ni.
Arrive at Alston at.1.2 ? ,;
" at Colombia at.7. tn "
The mad having been repaired to Alston,
passengers and freight will bc transferred
across the river until the bridge is com?
The expense of passage and freight, by
thc discontinuance of the stage, wagou
an<l hunt hues, will be largely reduced.
J. li. LASSALLE,
May '?i General Superintendent.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE A S. C. RAILROAD,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 1, 18SG.
ON and after SUNDAY next, 3d inst., a
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAIN will
be inn over this road as follows:
Leave Columbia at.4.15 p. m.
Arrive at Charlot: e at .11.15 "
Leave. Charlotte ai.12.15 "
Vrrive at Columbia at.7.15 a. m.
.lune 1 JAS. ANDERSON, Sup t.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
GENERAL SUPTS OFFICE.
CoAJtLESTON, May 31, lhfifi.
ON and after SUN DAY, 3d June, 18GG, the
Passenger Trains will leave and ai
rive as follows, vi/. :
Leave Columbia ?it.6.30 a. m.
Arrive in Charleston ?it . ......4.00 p. m.
Leave Charlestun at .7.:K) a. ni.
Arrive in Columbia at .1.40 p. m.
HENRY T. PEAKE,
Junn 2 General Superintendent.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho co?
partnership lately subsisting between
JOHN C. DIAL ?ind FRANCIS M. POPE,
under the linn of DIAL A POPK, was this
day dissolved by mutual consent. JOHN
C.'DIAL ia authorized to settle all del.ts
?Lie to and by thc late firm.
JOHN C. DIAL,
Muy 1, 1866. F. M. POPE.
?T1HE subscriber would respectfully in
J. form the citizens of this city and vi?
cinity thai he will continue the general
HAR'DWARE PdJSINESHin bis own name
and un own account, and hopes to
merit and receive a full share of public pa?
tronage. JOHN C. DIAL.
Bolting Cloths^ Scvthes and Grain
JUST received a complete assortment ot
Genuine Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths,
Griffin's Grain Scythes and Superior Grain
Cradle; Heh ?c otter at low figures.
May V, J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
. CANNED PEACHES. I
- *' TOMATOES.
' *- - ' tV OYSTERS.
J?, " SALMON. . -_
Borden's Condensed Milk.
Extracts Strawberry, Vanilla. Banana,
Pine Apple ?nd Lomon.
Mixed . "
" . Coco?.
. Layer Raisins.
. Lon Jon Mustard.
Pure Tortee?, ground and whola.
Preserved Canton Oingrr. I
Quarter and half boxes Sardines. i
1 Walnut Catsup. . ',
Lon JU Club Sauce. > J
Just received and for sale by
June ?W_ J. & T. R. AGNE Yv. .
Bacon Sides. Shoulders and
-| (\ HHD9. prime BACON SIDES and
JLU SHOULDERS. '
2 hhde. Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips.
On hand and for sale low bv
June 15 .J. AT. BJ!^GNEW.
Hams! Earns! Hams!
C1HOICE NE Y YORK CITY 8UGAR
J CURED H/ MS, jost received awl for
sale-at 25 cents per pound. Call soon, be
foro thev aro all sold.
June ? J. Sc T. B. AGNEW.
Butter and Eggs.
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER.
Choice GOSHEN RUTTER.
And a good supplv of FRESH EGGS.
Just received and for sale at our usual
low pricoa. J. ?* T. R. AGNEW.
Choice Family Beef.
JUST received, choice, FAMILY CORNED
BEEF. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
iy(\f\ BBL?. Super, Extra, ll ecker's
Self-Raising and choice Family
FLOUR, on baud and for sale low by
June 3 _J. & T.. R. AGNEW.
Iron! ?ron! bon!
TIRE IBON, 1J to 2 inches wide, at ?Je.
A complete assortment of Hoop, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, on
hand and for sale low bv
June:} J. .VT. R. AGNEW.
TITHE subscribers have just received an
JL assortment of CARRIAGE MATE?
RIALS, consisting in part of Spokes, Fel?
loes, Shal't>, Carriage Bolts. Axle (.'lips.
Malleable Castings, Enamelled Cloth and
Leather, Dash Leather, Whip Sockets.
Knobs, Lining Nails, Point amt Sand
BaudH, Oil Carpet, Carriage Hinges, Coach
Bodv and Running Part Varnish, Japans,
Paints, Oils, .Vc.
A full assortment of Tire Lon, from If
to 2 inches wide, at G j cents per pound.
June 2_ J. .V T. K. AGNEW.
m r?imist l'iniYv?
JUST received and tor sale low, 5<>0 pairs
Straight and Twisted Trace ('HAINS.
Also, a complete assortment of Tongue
Chains, Lock Chams, Breast (.'hains. Stay
Chains, Fifth Chains, with and without
Stretchers, Coil Chain, Halter Chains, |
Jack Chains, .Vc. J. & T. IL AGNEW.
_May 20 ' I
Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, &c.
POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, TINNED
SAUCE PANS, Plain SAUCE PANS, !
Long and Short Handled Fry Pans, Brass I
and Enamelled Preserving Kettles, Glue I
Pots, Tinned Mortars, Kettles, &c. Just
received amt for sale by
May 27 J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
TRY THE MARYLW1? HAM. !
ONE HUNDRED choice SUGAR-CURED
MARYLAND HAMS jubt received.
Xii ere are no better Hams, and they are !
at least as good as the best in market". For ]
sale LOW bv J. X T. li. AGNEW.
May 27 " |
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
PC?Ti D()^- Long and Short Handled
do/.. SPADES. i
i? .. Long and Short Handled Manure j
Forks. Also, Garden Forks, Garden Hoes,
Garden Rakes, Garden Trowels, Grain Cra?
dles, Griffin's Scythes, .Vc. Just received
and for sale low br J. & T. R. AGNEW.
STUART'S WHITE SYRUP.
Stuart's Sugar Loaf Sj rup.
Stuart's Golden Syrup. Just received ,
and for sale bv J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
rilliE undersigned have been appointed
I agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes arc made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. Thcv have
Powder l'roof Locks, and Ibo locks and
bolts are protected with plates of hardened
steel, which is the only protection against
the burglars ?li-il 1 and the insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While these Sates have no superior in
quality, they arc ' mished at moderate
prices' at least'2? 33i per cent, loss than
Herring's and other makers, while the
quality cannot be surpassed.
A sample Safe can bc seen at our store,
and orders will bc taken at New York
prices, with expenses of transportation
added, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. .J. St T. R. AGNEW.
j^BI.S MUSCOVADO SUGARS, H pounds
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS, 7 pounds
for fl. ALSO,
A complete assortment <>f Crushed and
Refined SUGARS. For sale at low rates tv
May 13 J. A T R. AGNEW. '
Monk, Joh and Newspaper
JUUAM A. SELBY, Proprietor.
THE 0?ILV PHOENIX
ls published everv morning, except Mon?
day, and contains thc LATEST NEWS, by
telegraph and mails, np to tin- hour ot
going to pres*; Editorials, OnTespondeuce
from dift ur eut |K??ULS, Miscellaneous Read
iiij', Talc?, p..i irv. Sketcher, otc. ftc, etc
In thc QUANTITY aid QUALITY ??Cits
READING MATTER is not to bo' excelled
bv anv naper in South Carolina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted on favorable ternis.
Contains, in every number, thc reading
matter (cmbracim; the latest news) of
TWO LSSUESof thedaily. lt is published
? very Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
ls pnlilishe?) every VVedneedav morning,
lt is thc ib-sire, and will he the object of
thc Proprietor, to make thu- e<pial to. if
not the be.-t. F AM 1 LY NEWSPAPER in
the South. Iii fact, a:: its name indieaU s.
A. Home Companion.
Besides the collection of the ctcam of
the news of the week, Political, Financial
and the Markets, it will contain a large
amount of LITERARY MATTER, such as
choice Talc , Sketches and Poetry, lt
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
Fol?'l Y-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed in a
form to bind, ami thus secures a faithful
record ami history of passing events.
Our JOB < 11 ' F ll'. E la rilllv supplied wit!
all kinds of \VO?)l> and FANCY TYPE
CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK. ETC.
KT< '.. and we ?refull} |?epared t.> cxecut
promptlv, an.l at moderate prices, al
PAMMILETS t I lu l t.Ai; .
I CARD?. BLANKS. ETC
Charleston Advertisements. J
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STIAMSH!P?WIPA?i i
Fare Seduced to $25. .
Leaning ettch Port eveiy Altern?te- \
^ Thursday. \
.STKAMSHIP FijAMBEAl :
CAPT. G. M. WAI.KBR.
STKAJISIUP HOmCKAi ' -!
CAPT! C. P.' MAKSH?IA??.
THESE STEAMsHTTS, offering ?verv
inducement t<r SHIPPERS and the
TUA VELIN U PUTXLlO, having superior
accommodations for Passenger* with
tables supplied by every Jnxury the New
York and Charleston markets cart afford;
and, for safety, speed and comfort, are nn- 1
rivalled en the coast;
THE STEAMSHIP i
CAFTAIS G. M. WALKK'H,
"VJT7TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
W WHARF, on THURSDAY, June 21, f
likitJ, rt - o'clock.
Liberal advance* made oiveonsignmetita
to New York.
For Freight or PaSftngi* apply at the
Agents. WILLIS .V CHISOLM,
M av 25 North Atlantic Wharf.
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors and Commission ilercbnts.
No. 4? East Bay, Charleston, 8. C.
.TACon ranF.y. c. r. UANCKKI.. J(?S. cou EX.
TXT I LL sell COTTON. RICE. TOBACCO,
VT Naval Stoves and aH descriptions of
Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
Northern and Foreign Ports, Ac. Will
maire'liberal advances oh consignments for
f. a lc or shipment. May 15
A?ricnllnre & Commmir,
'H0lSl[d$ pilli aJIUGJdUq
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS POPULAR and well known
MTfOTFi, ha.* been NEWLY FCR
N1NHF.I? throughout by thc present
proprietor, who lias been sixteen yearn
e.iiuieotcd with tile establishment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
(IF.OI'.OK c. Mixi:n. Sup?ritileiHlenL
CITAS. A. Mn.i.KI:, Cashier. March 27
OU?S weekly shipment of GOODS-has j
arrived, and price* ar*- attractive to
; buyer*. We mciitiou below a few leading j
article, including some NOTIONS which j
! have heeii much in.piired t.>r. and are imw 1
; t.. be had:
j BROWN LINEN DRILL,
i WHITE " "
I BROWN '? DUCK.
WHITE " " j
Sc? itch Tweeds,
j Fancy Cassim cres,
j Black Alpacas -- all prices.
ltiiinask Table Cloths,
j 12-1 Linen Sheeting es!ra cheap.
! t?-1 '. Pillow Casing "
'. Jaconet Edging and Inserting
Swiss Edging and Inserting.
Mall F.dging and Inserting.
' Linen F.dging and inserting, n< tv, pretty
i and cheap.
Linen < 'tillara and Si tt*. late styles.
Black Crape Collar*. Plain and Beaded.
White [Ilusi?n and Puer- Fall*, very
? Black illusion and Lace Falls, very
j poj ular.
I PICAP VALENCIENNES PACE, of all
W ult ll?.
Paient Valenciennes Lace, .-ill widths.
Black and Colored Belt RIBBON.
Black and Colored Alpaca Braid.
Black Silk Binding.
Tape Trimming, all widths.
Hoop Skirts that are < legant and modest
I shapes. :it very low ligures.
Worsted Embroidery Brant, and French
Embroidered < Cotton.
j India Rubber Bouuil Combs.
A line line Ladies' While Cotton Hoso.
SHIVER & BECKHAM.
Cutlery'. Cutlery! !
.1/ the SHJH of tin frolden J'atl-Jxick.
VIT LL assortment of Table and rocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, Ac, in store
: and for H;?1C low by JOHN C. DIAL.
Ex. Blackberry Root and Rhubarb.
A SAFE and effectual remedy for Diar
' j\. rho a. Dysentery, Bowel Complaint,
' fie.lera Morbus, Paiti in the Stomach, ftc.
> Fm-sale by FISHER ft HEINITSH,
M av Druggists.
ITit >B Diarrlnea, Dysentery, Bowel or
. Summer Complaint, Pains, ('liol.-ra,
Bloudv I lu\. Sick Stomach, ftc For sale
hy FISH El? ft HEINITSH, Druggist*.
Saratoga or Congress Springwater
ITHRESH SUPPLY at
1 FISHER ft HEINITSH'S,
.lune lo Pharmaceutists.
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred ..i thousand, at
March 2 PHON1X OFFICE.
New York Advertisements.
An Old Song Set to a New Tune.
" As jirina ai/pi~o<iches, K
Ants and llvcichrs
From Uietr h?ten cor?? ovt;
A tut Mime nu d Kata,
ju .-*pni? Vf Wwi
Qa?y skip abont." , Z
"Costar's" Bat, Roach, &c, Exter 's.
Is a paste - used Coe liais, A/wr, Roache*.,
Black and lied Ants, Jne.^&t;.
"Costars'' Bed-bug Exterminator
b> a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive fur fied-hvjs, ?le.
"Costar's"' Electric Powder forlns'ts
Is for Mirths, Mosmiitocs, Fleas. Bed-bug*,
fruten/* on Plants, Futr?s, Avimstl*, &c.
?S~ ! '. ! BEWARE ! ! ! of all worthless
SS* See that "COSTAR'B" name is on each
liox, Bottle and Flask, before von buv.
tfJT Addrees IIEWRV R. ?OSTAll.
4R2 Brondwa>, N. Y.
sf?' Sold in Columbia, s. C.-, by
And all Druggists and Retailers.
iM CREAME OF RATS.-Th? Famter's
(?curtir (English) asserts and proves by
figures that one pair of RATS will have ?
progeny and d?*Hoeiidants no less than
,651,U00 iii three years. Now, unless this
immense family can be kept down, they
would consume more food than would sus?
tain f>5,(H)0 human beings.
*?~ See "COSTAR'S" advertisement above.
RATS VERSUS BIRDS. - Whoever eugages
in shooting small birds is a cruel mau;
whoever aids in exterminating rat* ix a
benefactor. We should like some ono to
give ns the benefit of their experience hi
driving out these pests. We need something
besides dog?, cats and traps for this busi?
ness. SeiriJific American, Ar. Y.
ik?' See "COSTAR'S" advertisement above.
"COSTAR S" RAT EXTF.KMINATOR is
simple, *nte and sure-the most perfect
RAT-ilicati. >u meeting we have ever attend?
ed. Every Rat that can get it, properly
prepared, will eat it, and every one that
eat? it will die, generally at some place as
distant as possible from where jt was taken.
[ Tsike Sliorr ( Mich, ) Mirror.
?B~ See "COSTAR'S" advertisement alxorc.
A VOICE FUOM THE FAR WEST.
Speaking of "COSTAR'8T Rat, Roach, Ant,
.fee, Exterminator- "more grain and pro?
visions ar?- destroyed annually iu Grant
County by vermin than would pay for tona -
of this Rat and Insect Killer."
I Lancaster < Wis.) HeraM.
is*- N<-e '.(.'<.STAR'S" advertisement al>ove.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES !
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & Cl).,
NO. 16 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at the regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of tile linn. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOBS R. Cam..
CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTKO.
? - S S o" A-*^
? S3 ??5ss
-s? ?? g " .
?S5 0 -. ",'E-S ?
ego S'S ?-S_ j
AGENTS WANTED to sell our new
series of Caril Photographs of PBO
MINENT M ES of the South. 100,000 have
already been sold. Agents aro making S10
per dav. Send for dettcr of agency. En?
close ?".">, ami wo will send a good assort?
ment, bv return mail, that will sell for $15.
Address" JONES & CLARK, Publish s,
April 4 Sd Nassau street, Now York.
( 'orner Broome Street
fl^HIS house, capable of accommodating
X three hundred guests and kept on the
European ulan, is centrally located, ami
near to al! points. City cars pas? tho
Hotel to all the Ferries. Railroad Depot?
and place? of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms, *l.fl0 per day;
double,$2.00. F. DARROW A CO.,
Jan 14 ly Proprietors.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
XT'OS. 2S, 'M and :fi Centre street, (cornel
l\ ?d' Reade street,) New York. The type
on which this paper is printed is from the
above Foundry. Nov ls
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
1/ thc Sign of the (fohlen Pad-Loch.
AFULL supply of GRAIN CRADLE!*,
Gram Fans,' Scythe Blades, Scythe
Stone?, Fan Wire, Riddles, Ac, in ?tore
and for uah- low for cash.
>Iav 26 JOHN C. DIAL