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It was generally understood thai
Hie matter was hushed up, and that
X>eople wero expected to believe, or
to seem as if they* believed, ' that a
burglar had done Ihe mysterious
deed. Many efforts were essayed to
make the day pass off as if withing
had happened. Peg re-appeared in
the drawing-room, as if scorning to
lie bv like one ta disgrace. But I
need*not tell*ypu. Tom,nf sudden
silences and strango looks which
greeted her wherever she moved.
She was the theme of low-voiced
conversation in every mouth; her
poverty and hardships, her want of
a mother, her - pride, her coveting of
things beyond ner reach. Different
people took different views of her
case. And low-voiced tut the talk
was, she knew all about it. Gnilty
as she might be, I could see that the
girl's heait "was crushing within her.
That night I cried like a child upon
'my pillow, the first tears I had sued
since the l>eard grew on my chin. If
tears, ay, or even Wood, could wash
Peg clean! ""My God!" I groaned,
"I nave doue what I could for her.
Why does she not go home?"
The next morning I came upon hel?
by accident, standing alone in the
library, looking over the edges of a
book into the fire.
"Mr. Htunphrey," she saicT, in n
painful, unnatural voice, "you will
wonder, I dare say, why 1 do not
leave your house at once. I am
waiting only in hopes that this mys?
tery will be cleared up."
One of th oso crimson blushes of
hers passed over her face as she
spoke. The proud, sorrowful look
in her eyes almost unmanned me. I
liad a sickening straggle with my
heart, which hod set its affections on
a face that looked so true. I loved
this woman, bnt I could not marry
a-; even my thoughts could not
framo the word. But I steeled my?
self to make her a truthful answer.
"Miss O'Shaughnessy," I said,
"thc mystery has been hushed up.
Whether lt ever can be cleared up,
you, I believe, must know better than
Then I turned away from her,
feeling like one who has given him?
self a mortal wound. A little piteous
wail of agony reached me as I passed
the door; that lived in my memory
many a year after.
That very hour she left Ballyhucka
moro on foot, without giving notice
to any one; and toiled back through
the snow to the dreariness of Castle
Shaughnessy, bringing her disgrace
to add to the other miseries of her
home. Tom, Tom! are there any of
men's sins that can never be forgiven
As soon as I decently could, I got
rid of my guests, consigned Bolly
lmcknmore Hall to the care of Mrs.
Daly, and went abroad. Giles Hum?
phrey then took np his quarters at
KUhanaghcr Park, and Gorman
Tracey also left mo to poy a visit to
the charming Lady Fitzgibbon.
Ere long, Tracey wrote me that he
had proposed to the lovely widow,
and had been rejected. A year after?
wards, I saw, by accident, in an
English paper, the announcement of
her marriage with Giles Humphrey.
For five long years I romained
abroad; I need not entertain you,
Tom, with an account of my wander?
ing; wo havo talked them over to?
gether often enough. The sixth
April had come round again when I
found myself on a rainy evening
walking once moro through thc Lon?
don streets. Tho sight of the old
familiar places naturally mado me
meditative, and my thoughts were
busy with the post. I was wonder?
ing how it was that I never got over
tliat shock that Peg had given me,
and congratulating myself on being
so well fitted by my wandering habits
for a life of old bachelorhood. It
was the first night of my arrival in
England, and I had preferred to take
a solitary walk before hunting np any
of my old friends.
I was passing round one of the
West end squares, when my progress
on the pavement was arrested by one
of those little commotions which take
place when a lady is about to descend
from her carriage in full ball costume,
and float np the steps of a house
where an entertainment is being
given. Tho windows of the house
blazed, and the hall door stood open.
A little crowd liad gathered, and I
stopped perforce to view the spectacle
with thc rest. Thc lady in this case
was dressed with superlative splen?
dor, and the light from the hall
above fell full on her face. With a
curious start I recognized Lucretia
There was no mistake about it I
heard from the coachman that the
carriago belonged to my Lady Hum?
phrey, and I also learned from him his
master's address. I know not why it
_ could have been that I felt at thut
moment a desire to go and see Gilo .
Humphrey. There were others in
town whom I had a ?ougiug to see,
and I never liked neither him nor his
wife. But it is impossible to look
back upon one's actions in this way;
certain it is that I went.
[OONTIXUEP IN PUK NEXT, j
W. W. BOYCE,
(Lato of South Carolina,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
\V!LI. PRACTICE IN TUK
Supreme Court and Court ot Claims.
Office. No. 403 Fourteenth Street,
Dec ?1 WASHINGTON. D. C. tu&rno
-^ . .; ,---r--... J^---K
Saruines anti Herrings.
ni\fi QR- BOXES SARDINES.
?vlvl WO Boxes Smoked Herring?.
10 Bbls. Tic kled Herrings, at *i oem*
per dozen. J. .t T. 8. AONKW.
Til nc 22 Carolinian oppy.
Satin Gloss Starch.
OK BOXE? DURYEA'S SATIN GLOSS
?Q STARCH, tko be*i article m MSC for
laandrv puruoses. Just received and fox
sale by J. i T. R. AGNEW.
WE arc daily adding to our var ie tv of
choteo GROCERIES and have Jost
received aaupply of the following, vre:
Fresh MACKEREL, m cans.
Fresh SALMON, in cans.
CRANBERRY SAUCE, in cans.
Roast Beef, in cans.
Green Corn, in cans.
Pie Fruits, assorted, in glass.
Lemon Svrup, in glass.
June 22 " J. A T. P.. AGNEW.
Bordon's Condensed Milk.
Extracts Strawberry, Vanilla, Banana.
Pine Apple and Lemon.
' ' Cocoa.
Pure Spices, ground and whole.
Preserved Canto Ginger.
Andrews' Yeast Powders.
Quarter and half boxes Sardines.
London Club Sauce.
Just received and for sale bv
June 19 J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
-| f\ HHDS. prime BACON STDES and
2 hilda. Sugar-cared Breakfast Strips.
On hand and for sale low bv
_Juno 13_J. .v T. IL AGNEW.
Hams! Hams! Hams!
CHOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR
CURED HAMS, just received and for
sale at 25 cents per pound. Call soon, be?
fore tliev are all sold.
June ? J. A. T. R. AGNEW.
Butter and Eggs.
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER.
Choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
And a good supplv of FRESH EGGS.
Just received and for sale at our usual
low prices. J. A: T. IL AGNEW.
Choice Family Beef.
TUST received, choice FAMILY CORNED
?J BEEF. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Jnnc 5 _
*}(\f\ BBLS. Super, Extra, Hocker's
?j\JVf Self-Raising and choice Family
FLOUR, on hand and for sale low bv
June 3 J. A. T. IL AGNEW.
Iron! Iron! Iron!
TIRE IRON, ll to 2 inches wide, at G^c
A complete assortment of Hoop, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, on
hand and for sab; low by
June 3_ J. A T. IL AGNEW.
THE subscribers have just received an
assortment Of CARRIAGE MATE
RIALS, consisting in part of Spokes, Fel?
loes, Shafts, Carriage Bolts, Axle Clips.
Malleable Castings, Enamelled Cloth and I
Leather, Dash Leather, Whip Socket?, j
Knobs, Lining Nails, Point and Sam!
Bands, Oil Carpet, Carriage Hinges,Coach j
Body and Running l'art Varnish, Japans,
Paints, Oils, Ac. I
A full assortment of Tire Iron, from 1'
to 2 inches wide, ai t?4 cents per pound. i
June 2 J. A T. ll. AGNEW.
I CHAINS! CHAINS! CHAINS!
JUST received and for sale low, 500 pair:; I
Straight and Twisted Trace CHAINS.
Also, a complete assortment of Tongue
Chains, Lock Chains, Breast Chains, Stay
('hains. Fifth Chains, with and without
Stretchers, Coil Chain, Halter Chains, I
Jack Chains, Ac. J. A T. IL AGNEW, j
May 20 _ j
I Sance Pans, Fry Pans, &c.1
POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, TINNED
SAUCE PANS, Plain SAUCE PANS,
LC>T>? n:-d short Handled Fry Pans, Brass
and Enamelled Preserving Kettles, Glac
Pots, Tinue.1 Moi tain, Ke ttles, Ac. Just
received ard for ?ale bv
Slav 27 J. ?V T. R. AGNEW.
TRY THE MARYLAND UAH.
ONE HUNDRED choice SUGAR-CURED
MARYLAND HAMS just received.
There are no better Hams, and they are
at least as good as the best in market. For
sale LOW bv J. A T. IL AGNEW.
_ May 2<">
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
DOZ. Long and Short Handled
25 doz. SPADES.
15 Long and Short Handled Manure
Forks. Also, Garden Forks,Garden Hoes,
Garden Rakes, Garden Trowels, Grain Cra?
dles, Griffin's Scythes, Ac. Just received
and for sale Mw by J. A T. IL AGNEW.
STUARTS WHITE SYRUP.
Stuart's Sugar Loaf Syrup.
Stuart's Golden Syrup. Just received
and for sale bv J. AT. IL AGNEW.
BBLS MUSCOVADO SUGARS, 8 pounds
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS, 7 pounds
for il. AI.NO,
A complete assortment ot Crushed and
Refined SUGARS. For sale at low rates bv
1 .Muv 13 A f I!. Ai -M'W
ll ?ND MI
Hook, Job and Newr-papt v
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
THE 0/UtY PHOENIX
lr- published overv morning, except Mun- I
?lay, ami contains tho LATEST NEWS, hy j
telegraph and mails, np lo tlc lunn- ol |
j going to pres?; Editorials,Correspondence
I from di fte rent points, Miscellaneous Ki ad- 1
im,'. Talcs, Poctrv, Sketches, etc., etc., etc. |
lu the QUANTITY and QUALITY of its
i READING MATTER ?S not t.. be excelled j
I bv anv paper in South Carolina. ADVER- '
, TISEMHNTS inserted on favorable ternis. !
TIII?: TKI-UE?;KLV PIKI?MX ?
Contains, in every niuiil>er, thc reading i
matter (embracing Hf latest news) of '
TWO ISSUESor the daily, lt is published '
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday1
ls published every Wcdne.sdsy morning,
i lt iu the desire, and will be the obieet of I
the Proprietor, n> make this equal to, if!
not tb? best, FAMILY NEWSPAPER in
the South. In fact, ?u< its uaiao indicates,
A Home Companion.
Resides the collection of thc cream of J
ihe news ol' tiie week, Political, Financial I
end t'.i Markets, ii will contain a largo.,
amount of LITERARY MATTER, such tis i .
choice Talcs, Sketches and poetry. Ill'
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing '
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed in ?1 1
form to bind, and thus secures a faithful I
record and history of passing event-..
Our .IOU OFFICE is lullvsupplied with
all hinds <>f WOOD and FANCY TYPE, !
CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, FTC, j
ET< '., and wc nie fully prepared to execul c
promptly, and at mod?rale pi ?ces, all
ci der- for
1 n;< i LAR:
I I A M ) I : 11 I.
ULAI .'Eo. i h
TM-WBERL? HACK UNE
Between Laurens and Newberry.
ON anti after MONDAY,
,-ttlte l-Stk instant, thc HACK
5 will connect" with thc un
train on the Greenville anet
Columbia Railroad on TUESDAY?,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with the
down ti ain, on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS:
Tims passengers can bo carried through
from Columbia to Laurena in ONE DAY
arriving at Laurens by 9 o'clock the same
day they leave Columbia, Passengers-can
leavi; Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. and arrive
at Columbia same day at 7 o'clock.
Every comfort is * afforded passengei s
?hieb could be expected on a stage line.
T. B. CREWS.
Laurens, J mic !<*>, 1S6G. June, 20.
GREAT THROUGH RttLTE S ORTH!
?clu*i 73 Miles Sltorter liant any other!
Via Richmond and Danville Rail?
road, from Greensboro, N. C., via
Danville and Richmond, Va., to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadel?
phia and New York.
rilliE traveling public are informed that
I this linc is now fully open, by tho com?
plet ion of the Charlotte' and South Caroli?
na Railroad between Colombia and Char
loth-. ?3-THROUGH TICKETS can bc
purchased at tho Ticket Office of thc Char?
lotte and South Carolina Railroad, at Co?
lumbia. THOMAS DODAMEAD,
Nup't Richmond and Danville Railroad.
Juno 21 _
Notice to Shippers. , )
Till IE Charlotte and South Carolina Rail
_l road aro prepared to give through re?
ceipts to New York, ct i Portsmouth, on
colton, ut six dollars per bale. This rate
includes all charges to the point of destin?
ation. JAMES ANDERSON,
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Cl IA y< IK OF TIME!
ON and after SUNDAY, June 10, 1S0G,
trains will run as follows:
Leave Charlotte at 11.1:1 p. m. and 1.30
The 11.15 p. m. train male s <piick eon
uectious with trains for the North at ha?
leigh, and is the
(QUICKEST AND MOST COM?
FORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS N OUT II AND
WEST FROM CO
L D M Ii IA!!
??? THROUGH TICKETS can bu had at
Charlotte to all the Northern eitus.
June 0 Engineer ...id Super't.
Through Freight Arrangements
From <'oininljlo, ' io (Jluuierton,
To !KTo"\?v York..
stu I'll CAROLINA R. R. COMPANY,
fol I'MI'.I \, .lillie 7, lSCO.
Mimi at $(i |MT Bale, delivered iu New York.
rilllE Sor.th Carolina Railroad Company
M an?! New Vork St earners have arranged
i THROUGH TARIFF on COTTON, which
ibvi.itcs all unnecessary delay and t spense.
Shippers may consign to either willis &
rHiisolm or Rave.nel A Co., agents New
York Steamers at Charleston.
THE LOCAL TA&irr
From Columbia to Charleston will be f;i ncr
bale. H. T. PEAKE,
June s Ci Genera! Superintendent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
CEN I. SU PERINTEN D*TS OFFICE,
COMTMHI.\, May 2(?, isoo.
ON and alter MONDAY next, 2sth in.-,i.,
thc Passenger Trains will run daily
(Simdavs excepted)until further notice, as
I.i-a ve Columbia at . 7.00 a. m.
" Alston at.0.-J? "
" Newberry at .11.35 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. 1.50 p. m.
.' at Anderson at .7.10 "
.? ut Greenville at..s. li? "
Leave Greenville al . 5.5.; a. m.
" Anderson at .0.55 "
" Abb.-ville at.0.20 ..
" Newberry at.2.45 .m.
Arrive at Alston at.4.2
'. at t 'ohimhia at. 7.1 > "
.J'he road having been repaired to Alston,
passengers and freight will be transferred
across the river until the bridge is com?
The expense of passage and freight, by
[he discontinuance nf the stage, wagon
nul boat lin? s, will l>.- largely reduced.
J. P.. LASSALLE,
May ~~ General Superintendent.
General Superintendent's Office,
_ '? V. V j \'3#?%-?sj?-A
CHARLOTTE A S. C. RAILROAD,
Cou MU?A, S. C., Jun?- 1, 1830.
ON and after SUNDAY next, Sd inst., n
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAIN will
bc run over this road as follows:
Leave Columbia at.1.15 p.m.
Arriv< at Charlotte at .11.15 li
Leave Charlotte at.12.15 "
Arrive at Columbia at .7.15 a. m.
June l .1 As. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
GENERAL SUPTS OFFICE,
Cu MILKS TON, MavSl, lMfiC.
ON and aft er SUNDAY, 3d June, JSOO. thc
Passenger Trains will leave and ar?
rive as to!lows, :
Leave Columbia al .G.30 a. m.
Arrive in Charle, toll at.4.00 p. m.
Leave Charleston at .7.:io a. m.
Arrive in Columbia at .4.40p. nt.
ll EN KV T. PEAKE,
June 1 (o iieral Superintendent.
VTOTICE is hereby given that the co
1\ partnership lao Iv subsisting between
JOHN C. DIAL and FRANCIS M. POPE,
under thc linn of DIAL A POPE, was this
day dissolved by mutual consent. JOHN
C. DIAL is authorized to settle al! debts
ihn"1 to and bv the late linn.
JOHN t:. DIAL.
Abu I, E. M. POPE.
rilHE subscriber would respectfully in
_I form the citizen^ ol' thio city and vi
einitv that b<- will continue tho genera)
HA RI ?WA RE RUSINF.SS ni hi- own name
and on bis own account, and hopes to
merit MIII receive t lull share of public pa?
tronal c l>?H\ t, DIAL
Oharleston Advertisements. |
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON !
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Fare Reduced to $25.
Leaving eacJt Port every Alternate
STEAMSHIP FLA.HUE Ai ,
('AFT. Cw. M. WALKEK.
CAPT. C. P. MARSH aw*.
TH KSK STEAMSHIPS, offering every
inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having Miperior
accommodations for Passenger- v. it 11
tables supplied by every luxury Ile New |
York and Charleston marketa eau alford;
and, tor safety, speed and comfort, ure un?
rivalled <*>n lite coast.
CAPTAIN C. P. MAKSHMAN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, on THURSDAY, Jnuc 28,
I860, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New Yotk.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Agent?. WILLIS & OHISOLM,
June 22 North Atlantic Wharf.H
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors and C-emm?ss?on Herdiaols.
No. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
JACOB COHEN. C. F. IIANCKET.. .It)S. (?HEX.
WILL sell COTTON, RICE, TOBACCO,
Naval Storeti and all descriptions of
Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
Northern and Foreign Ports, Ac. Will
make liberal advances on consignments for
sale or shipment. May 15
Agriculture & Tominerce. I >
& NSt--- >i gai
? I g,? i^? gg*
I ^ <J C o> ! rj &
|? f li!
! lil HOTPL
! CHARLESTON, S. C,
MTHIS I-OPULAR and well known
HOTEL has boen NEWLY FUR?
NISH Fl> throughout by the present
I proprietor, who has been ?ixte? n year?
! cou nert e>l with the establishment.
n. WHITE, Proprietor,
j UEOKOE (?. MIXEB, Snpcrinteni?ent.
(.'HAS. A. MILLEU, Cashier. March 27
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLOIBIA, June20, l*(>fi.
IN pnrsuanee of resolution of Citv Coun?
cil, an ELECTION will be held for
? CLERK OF THE MARKET, on TUES
j DAY, the 3d of July next. Salary MOO per
I annum. Rond and security for $2,000 will
j be required.
Applicants for the position will lile their
applications nt this oflice on or before
. Mondav. the 2tl proximo, naming their
? ?ureties. J. S. Mc MAHON,
June 21 City Clerk.
j NEWBERRY HERALD-CARD.
BY tho lire ..! Monday morning, 18th
instant, thc prisses, together with
I almost the whole of our type?, Ac., were
j consumed, ami our office made a complete
; wreck. Tile publication of tho Herald is,
j therefore, suspended, but only for a short
time, we trust. Ry tho loan of a small
! press ami a few type from a kind friend,
I together with a few odds and ends fortu?
nately saved, we will be able in a few days
I to issue a small sheet for tonijxirary pur?
poses. In the meantime, thc utiuoat exer?
tion will be made to procure a new ami
I complete outfit in presses and type in thc
shortest possible tinto, when we will be
I enabled to resume a full publication of our
.paper. We trust that our short suspen?
sion and unfortunate failure to supply our
I patrons will not cause them t<i feel a loss
I of interest, but rather an increase of zeal
j to aid us by their influence t<< recover from
I so serions ? lons. Respectfully.
THOS. F. GRENEKER,
li. H. GRENEKER.
j t$v~ CaraTudan and Patriot will oblige
I by giving tin: above a few insertions, anna
j notice will he appreciated. June 21
In Equity-Lexington District.
i>arte Simeon Fair, Solicitor of thc Mid
j die Circuit. ' lb"? to I'rrcelaaic Testi
JOHN WILSON having filed an applica?
tion under the above bill in relation ia
tho past existence, lc ?ss and contents of
two imtes, made by 1 )avid Wilson, deceased,
and payable to him, all parties interested
an; hereby notified to appear in this oflic?,
at the expiration of three months from the
date hereof, and "cross-examine thc evi?
dence which may bc produced and to pro?
duce evidence in reply."
HENRY A. MEETZE, C. E. L. D.
j Commissioner's Office, Lexington C. H..
I .March 22, ISM. March 81 sStno
i In Equity-Lexington District.
: W. J. Harth vs. William IL Mei tze and
others. Hill fm- Partition.
XT appearing to my satisfaction that A.
JL i?. Summer, Jacob C. Eichelberger and
Elizabeth F., his wife, three of the defen
1 d.mts to the above bill, reside without thc
! limits of this State: ll is, on motion of
i Mr. boozer, complainant's solicitor, order
I ed, that said defendants do plead, answer
j or demur to said bill within three mouths
from the date hereof, ot an order ?tro con
fe*$o will he entered against them.
HENRY A. MEETZE, C. E. L. D.
Commissioner's Office, Lexington C. H.,
' March 21, 18G6. March 31 .-.Imo
j At thf s'"jn of the (Solden Pad.-]A>ck.
k FULL assortment of Table and Pocket
; J\. CUTLERY, SCISSORS, .Vc, in store
; and lor salo low by JOHN C. DIAL.
Shoulders and Hams.
1 tin , c SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
; Junes JOHN C SEEGERS & CO.
New- York Advertisements.8
AK Old Song Set to a New Tn ne.
"As Spring approaches, ,
Ants and Roache?
Ftxnn their holes route rmi;
And Hice tend Hutu,
In spite oj' cats,
'laity skip about.*1
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.=;s & .rt
? P 9 -3
Z e| S*
fi *-? #? c ?
'Costar s" Bat, Roach, &c., Exter s,
I? a paste-used for 7?Yi/.?, Mice, Roache*,
Black and lied Aids, <tt\, Av.
"Cottar's" Bed-bug Exterminator
Jg a 1 i < 11 i ? < 1 ur wash used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-bugs, Jtc.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Ins'ts
Is for Moths, Xosgnttoes, Ficus, Bed-bugs,
Insects on Plaids, Futr?s, Animals, dc.
ti" ! ! ! BEWARE ! ! ! of all worthless
.tar Soc that "COST va's" name isoneaett
Box, Bottle and Flask, before von bnv.
sftr Address HEJIRV R. 6O?TAR.
482 Broadway, N. Y.
*?- Sehl in Columbia, S. C., by
And all Druggists and lie tailers.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazelle (English) assert? and proves by
figures that one pair of RATS wdl have a
progeny and descendants no less than
651,050 in three years. Now, unless this
immense family can bo kept down, they
would consume more food than would sus?
tain (l?.tiOO human beings.
s?' See "( '< ?STAU's" advertisement abov?.
RATS vKKsrs BJHDS.- Whoever engagea
in shooting small birds is a cruel man;
whoever aids in exterminating rat? is a
benefactor. We should like some one to
Sive ns the benefit of their exiwrienee in
riving out these pests. We need something
besides dogs, cats and traps for this busi?
ness.-Scientific American, X. 1".
6?~ See "OOSTAKV advertisement aliove.
"COSTA R'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe and sure the most perfect
RAT-ificaiion meeting we have ever attend?
ed. Every Rat that can get it. properly
prepared, will eat it, and every one that
..ats it will die, generally at some j4aee as
distant as possible from where it was taken.
t Lake SJtOre ( Mich. ) Mirror.
e'i" Sec "COSTAn's'' advertisement above.
A VOICE FROM THE FAR WEST_
Speaking of "COSTAU'S" Ral, Roach, Aut,
Sc., Exterminator "more grain and pro?
visions are destroyed annually in Grant
County by vermin than wonld pay for tons
of this Rat and Iusect Killer."
[iMneasler, ( Wis.) Herald.
Ki- See "COSTAK'S" advertisement above.
Slay 8 taino ^
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES !
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & di.,
AV>. 16 WALL STREET. A'A'lf 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 the firm. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited.
DEWITT C. LAWJUSCCX. JOHN It, Cr.cn
Crans J. LAWKKXCE. WM. A. HAI^TEK.
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\G F. NTS WANTED to sell otir new
series of Card Photographs of PRO?
MINENT MEX of theSonth. lOO.oOOSavo
!: tdv !.n sold. Agents are making $10
per day. Send for lotter of agency. En?
close S5, and wo will send a good assort?
ment, bv return mail, that will sell for $15.
Address' JONES & CLARK, Publishes,
April 4 83 Nassau street, New York.
Corner Broome Street and Boieery, JV. Y.
IMUS house, capable of accommodating
three hundred guests aud kept ou the
European plan, is centrally hyatts!, and
near to all points. City cars pass the
Hotel t<> all the Ferrie?, Railroad Depot?
and places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms, $1.00 per day;
double, $2.00. J. F. DARROW A CO.,
Jan l l ly Proprietor*. _
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
IAITEII STATES TYPE KOIiXBR,
NOS. 28, HO and 32 Centre street, (corner
of Reade street,) New York. The typo
on which this paper is printed ia from the
above Foundry. Nov 18
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
At the Si.ju >>f thc (lohten Pad-Jjtcl.
AF?LL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
Grain Fans, Scythe Blades, Scythe
Stones, Fau Wire, Riddles, Ac, in stoic
and for sale low for cash.
Mav'Jti JOHN C. DIAL.