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BV CBA?Lpi M. UICK?NSON. ' . - j
When the tessons and tasks ?re all ended,
-'And the achoo! for the day is dismissed, |
The little ones gather around nie. ., .
- To bid mo "good night" and be kiaeed.
Ob, the little white arms that encircle
, ... My neck-in their tendor embrace
Oh, the smiles thal aro Kalos bi heaven,
Shedding sur. slime cf love on my face.
And when they are gone, I ?it. dreaming
' Of my childhood-too'lovcly to last - j
. Of joythat my heart will remomber,
' While it wakes to the pnlse of the past : j
Bro the world and its wickedness made me |
A partner of sorrow and sin,
When -the glory of God was about me,
And the glory of gladness within.
I ask not a lifo for the dear ones,
All radiant, as others have doue;
But that life may hav? just enough shaaow |
To temper the glare of tho sun;
I would pray God to guard thom from evil,
Bnt my prayer would Jbound baek to my?
Ah, a seraph may pray for a sinner,
But a sinner must pray for himself.
I shall leave thc old house in the autumn, |
To* traverse its threshold no more;
Oh, how I Rhall sigh for tho dear ones
That meet mc each morn at tho door;
I shah miss the "good nights'* and the
And tho gush of their innocent ?leo;
The group on tho green, and the flowers
', That aro brought every morning for me.
. T shall miss them at morn and at oven
. Their song in the school and the street;
I shall miss thc low hum of their voices,
And tho tramp of their dolicatc feet,
When the lesions of lifo are all ended,
And death says: "Tho school is dis?
May the lit tle ones gather around me.
To bid me good night and be kissed.
THE ?ROW?i sitK DBBSS*
.'.Why, Eliza! what a strange choice
for a Wedding dress! Your other
dresses are in very good style, and
you have a plenty of them, consider?
ing tho changes in fashion; bnt a
brown silk to bo married in! who
ever heard of stich fancy in a girl of
"'Tis true, aunt, that my choice
may seem somewhat sombre, but yon
know very well that I am about to
become the wife of a poor mechanic,
who depends on his daily labor for
support. As the wife of such a man,
I must necessarily limit my expendi?
tures to my circumstances, and I have
thought "it better to purchase some?
thing which woidd bo useful for some
time to como, than to consult my ap?
pearance as a splendid bride for one
short evening-especially as I am to
see no strangers."
* 'There is something in that. There
Ls my Maria's wedding dress. She
will never wear it again in the world.
She had a white satin, with a lace
dress over it. Oh, she did look beau?
tifully! I do admiro to see a hand?
' 'Yes, it is very well for those who
can afford it. But it would be quite
absurd for me to purchase an expen?
sive dress for one, or even for a few
evenings, when, by the expenditure
of half the money, I can procure that
which will be serviceable for some
years. But come, put on your bon?
net, and step over to our new house.
It is all furnished- at least, all that is
finished; I value it moro highly than
T should if it was not S?) near my mo?
* ?* .?? * *
"There, William has left this small
parlor, this sitting-room, and three
chambers, to finish at his leisure,
when ho is ont of employment. See
how everything is arranged; so handy
for my work. "
"You don't say you are going to do
your own work?"
"Certainly 1 do. There is only one
apprentice, and T should think it
strange if T could not do it all with
"My heart, what, .strange fancies
you have! To bo sure, it is well
enough if you can bring your mind
to it, but thou folks do so differently
now-a-dnys. There is my Maria
she has moved into au elegant house,
all furnished from top to bottom.
She keeps a great girl to do the work,
:iud a little ono to wait and tend.
Oh, things do go on beautifully, 1
promise you !"
"Herhusband isa young lawyer,
is lie not? Ts he wealthy?"
.'Oh! lie is very well off. Ile dots
not get much practice yet, but I dare
say ho will, in time. Ho has a thou?
sand dollars at interest. Besides,
.Maria never would have married a
mechanic; their hands get so hard
and black, and their complexions, es?
pecially if they are exposed, get so
brown. I would not wish to hurt
your feelings, but 1 do think that, for
pride's sake, for tho sake of the fami?
ly, you might have made a little, dif?
ferent choice. "
'Oh, aunt, excuse my laughing-]
have yet to learn that u man's honest
occupation, whether it produces hard
hands or white soft hands, whether it
gives the cheek a brown or pale hue,
is any disparagement to him. You
must get acquainted with William,
and hear him converse. You will
not think of his hard hands, and his
animated, intelligent countenance will
drive his bronzed skin quite out of
your head. But come, you don't say
anything about my furniture- and
yon must see my nice closets."
"Oh! your furniture is well enough.
Tho less you have, tho less you will
have to take care of, you know."
"Yes, we could not get much furni?
ture. J insisted upon William taking
the money, which my graud-motlier
h it me, to pay off a few hundred dol?
lars, which rte owed for this place, in
order to enable us to begin even in
the world. We both have such n
horror of debt, that we are determined
new to incur any, it' we can possibly
?ielp it. See what a nice presa io*
bedclothes this is." . * . -
"Why, what a quantity of bed and
table linen!-it is really nice, too.;
Yon nay? more than my Maria bas, I
"Yes-I always want an abundance
of such things. .? This drawer is filled j
with towels-this is for. my ironing
sheet and blanket-and this closet
ooniuius my lin uuu wooden ware."
4 'I declare, Eliza, yon are a strange,
thoughtful child! 1 must tell you
one thing about Maria, that made us
hare a good hearty laugh. The Mon?
day morning after she was married,
the girl came to ask where the tubs
were, and don't yon think that child
had actually forgotten to bny a tub,
a clothes-line, or pins! She said it
never popped into her head. But,
lal it wasn't strange-she had never
been used to do any thing of the
"I behove, aunt, I have shown you
all now. We will go, if you please.
I hope yon will- not let my brown
dress or William's brown hands
frighten you away this evening."
"Oh, no! but ns I must take the
stage for Maria's early in the morn?
ing, you must allow me to retire
* * .):. * <. *
"What fellows these Yankees are
for combining elegance and useful?
ness, " said ri Southern gentleman to
himself, as he stood on tho piazza of
the hotel in the town of -. "Sir,"
said he, addressing himself to a ?
venerable looking man near, "can you
tell me who resides in that elegant
cottage, where the grounds aro laid
out with so much taste?"
"Oh! that is Squire Bill Thorn?
dike's. You must be a stranger iu
these parts, not to know him.'
"I am, sir; and since he seems
such a prominent member of society,
I should be happy to know something
of his history."
"Oh! there is nothing remarkable
in it, nothing at all, sir. His father
was a man of great learning, but he
nearly run through a fortune in try
ing to live in style. He died, and
left throe boys. Their motlier, who
went from this place, was a woman of
strong sense. She sold the property,
paid off all the debts, and had
enough left to buy that little Jiouse
to the left. It has but two rooms,
and there is a, garden spot attached
to it. Here she put ont her boys to
trades. One to a mason, one to a ?
wheelwright, and this Bill to a car- ;
penter. They wore mighty smart
boys, and settled in distant towns, j
Bill staid, however. He married the i
widow Perry's daughter. She was as
smart as a steel-trap. She was a !
right good scholar, and she has mode j
an excellent wife. They have got j
along wonderfully. Everybody won- :
dered how it was. He did not make
better wages than other men, but,
somehow, the money increased. It j
vas no mystery to me, though, for 11
watched them pretty sharp. You :
never saw a great display of finery
such as laces, and flounces, and fur
belows. You never saw him before
he kept a horse riding much for i
pleasure. No-they both pulled one i
way, and took their pleasuro in being
sober, industrious and useful, and
now they reap their reward in being
universally respected. Why, there
ain't a man that has so much money
to let as Squire Thorndike, and he is
never hard and screwing about it as
some are. He isn't etingy, either.
He has taken the two children of one |
Lawyer Willis to bring up, and he j
does as well by them as he does by
his own. Lawyer Willis' wife was a
kind of cousin to Squire Thorn- ;
dike's wife. Sho was a dasby, showy
gal. Lord! you'd hu' thought the ;
richest folks upon airth were married
when they had the knot tied. Poor I
fellow! he luid a hard time, notwith?
standing, to support his lady wife in
style. He took to drink, and died.
I've heai'd say that she turned up her
nose at her cousin's match, bnt sho
little thought her boys would bo glad
to go to that same cousin for a home,
while she would bo glad to take up
with the little house that Squire
Thorndike's mother lived in.
"Ah! sir," continued the old man,
"this is a changing world; but, to
my mind, if folks would only bo pru?
dent aud industrious, and give up
hankering after things beyond their
means, there would bo moro real
good done in the world and fewer
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. The Phvenvx
'?ince is ij.iw fully supplied with cards,
colored and white paper,colored iuk, wood
type, et?\, and is in condition to execute all
manner of book and job printing in the
shortest possible time.
Tue. BriiNixo OF COI.UMHIA. An inter?
esting account ot the .'.Sack and Destruc?
tion of thc City of Columbia, S. C.," has
just been issued, in pamphlet form, from
the Phttn'ijr. power press. Orders tilled to
any extent. Single copies 50 conts.
M VII. ARRANGEMENTS.- The Post Office is
open during the week from 8 a. m. to 1 p.
m. and from 5.J p. tu. to 7 p. m. On Sun?
day, from * to ;) a. m.
Northern mail opens 8 a.m.; closes 2J p. tu.
Southern " 5Jp.m.; " p.m.
Charleston iifp.m.; '. 0 p.m.
Greenville ll. K. " 8 a.m.; " Sip. m.
Edgelield " ? a.m.; " Sip. m.
All mails close on Sunday at 2 p. ni.
(Late of South Carolina,!
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WTLX PRACTICE IN THE
Supreme Court and Court of Claims.
Office No. 453 Fourteenth street,
Dec 27 WASHINGTON. D. G. tnftime
South Carolina Railroad Company.
iOcn?rviNa AND FORWRD'G- DEPT,
CHAfiXB8TO?r, June 25,1866.
THE South Carolina Railroad Company
having re-established its Receiving
and Forwarding Office, Merchandize ana
Produce consigned to its Agent, from the
interior to Northern ports and from North?
ern ports to the interior, wUl bo cared for
and shipped to the point of destination.
Consignments to" be forwarded by sea
must always be accompanied by bills of
lading and lettor of advice, with instruc?
tions to insure, if desired.
June 23 E. N. FULLER, B. A F. Ag't.
TRI WEEKLY UAH LINE
Between. Laurens and Newberry.
ON and after MONDAY,
,the 18th instant, the HACK
will connect with the up
brain on the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with tho
down tiain, on MONDAYS, WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS.
Thus passengers can be carried through
from Columbia to Laurens in ONE DAY
arriving at Laurens by 9 o'clock the same
day they leave Columbia. Passengers can
leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. and arrive
at Columbia same day at 7 o'clock.
Every comfort is afforded passengers
which could be expected on a stage Une.
T. B. CREWS.
Laurens, June 16, 186C. June 20
GREAT TI1B?LGD ROUTE NORTH!
Iieitig 75 Miles Shorter titan any other.'
Via Eichmond and Danville Rail?
road, from Greensboro, N. C., via
Banville and Bichmond, Va., to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadel?
phia ana New York.
THE traveling public are informed that
this line is now fully open, by the com?
pletion of tho Charlotte and South Caroli?
na Railroad between Columbia and Char?
lotte. ?3- THROUGH TICKETS can be
?mrchaaed at the Ticket Office ol theChar
otte and South Carolina Railroad, at Co?
lumbia. THOMAS DODAMEAD,
Kup't Richmond and Danville Railroad.
Notice to Shippers.
TI IHK Charlotte and South Carolina Rail
J_ road are prepared to give through re?
ceipts to New lork, ota Portsmouth, on
cotton, at six dollars per bale. This raie
includes all charges to the point of destin?
ation. .TAMES ANDERSON,
June ll Superintendent.
NORTH COOLINA RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.'
ON and after SUNDAY, June 10, IKoG,
trains will run as follows:
Leave Charlotte at 11.15 p. m. and 4.30
Tho 11.15 p. ni. train makes quick con?
nections with trains for the North at Ra?
leigh, and is th?
QUICKEST AND MOST COM?
FORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS NORTH AND
WEST FROM CO?
LUMBIA ! !
?3- THROUGH TICKETS can be had at
Charlotte to all the Northern cities.
Juue y Engineer and Super't.
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
GEN'L 8UPERLNTENDT8 OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, May 20, 1SG0\
ON and after MONDAY next, 28th inst.,
the Passenger Trains will run daily
(Sundays excepted) until further notice, a's
Leave Colombia at.7.Ot? a. m.
" Alston at. 'J.45 "
" Newberry at.11.35 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. 1.50 p. m.
" atAudersonat. .. . . 7.10 "
" at Greenville at.8.10 "
Leave Greenville at.5.55 a. m.
" Anderson at.6.55 "
" Abbeville at. 9.20 .
" Newberry nt. 2.45 ? . m.
Arrive at Alston at. 4.2"J "
" at Columbia at.7.1? "
The road having been repaired to Alston,
passengers and freight will he transferred
across the river until tho bridge is com?
The expense of passage and freight, by
the discontinuance ot tie- stage, wagon
and boat lines, will bo largely reduced.
J. B. LASSALLE,
May 27 General Superintendent.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE A S. C. RAILROAD,
COH MIIIA, S. C., June 1, 1SH<>.
ON and after SUNDAY next, Sd inst., a
THROUGH PASSENGER THAIN wiH
be run over this road as follow?:
Leave Columbia at. 4.15 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at .11.15 "
Leave Charlotte at.12.15 "
Arrive at Columbia at.7.15 a. m.
June 1 JAS. ANDERSON, Sup t.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R.
GENERAL SUPTS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, May 31, lsi?'*>.
ON and after SIN DAY, 3d June, 18C6, the
Passenger Train? will leave and ar?
rive as follows, vi/ :
Leave Columbia at.fi.SO a. m.
Arrive in Charleston at.4.00 p. m.
Leave Charle ston at.7.30 a. m.
Arrive in Columbia at.4.40 p. ni.
HENRY T. PEAKE,
Jun? General Superintendent.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
rjHHE undersigned have been appointed
I agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes are made with three flanges -
all other safes have but two. They nave
Powder Proof Locks, and thc looks and
bolts are protected with plates ol'hardened
steel, which is the only protection against
the burglars drill and the insert ion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While these Sates have no superior in
quality, they are furnished at moderate
?trices nt least 25to 334 l?'r cent, less than
lerring's and other makers, while the
! quality cannot be surpassed.
A sample Safe can be seen at our st ?Te.
j and orders will be taken at New York
: prices, with expenses of transportation
I added, ar.d no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. J. A T. R. AGNEW,
i May 27
i Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousaud. at
March 2 . PHONTX OFFlCfc.
nix AI rai
Book, Job and Newspaper
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
THE DAILY PHOBWXI
ls published everv morning, except Mon- i
day, and contains the LATEST NEWS, by j
telegraph and mails, up tb the hour ol |
going to-press; Editorials, Correspondence j
from different points. Miscellaneous Head- j
iug, Talcs, Poetry, Sketches, cte., etc., etc. i
In the QUANTITY and QUALITY of its
READING MATTER is not to be excelled
bv any paper in South Carolina. ADVER-I
TISEMF.NTS inserted on favorable terms, j
Contains, in every number, the reading .
matter (embracing the latest news) of j
TWO ISSUES of the daily. It is published
every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday I
Is published every Wednesday muming, j
Il is the desire, and will be the object of i
the Proprietor, to make this equal to, if!
not tho best FAMILY NEWSPAPER inj
the South. In fact, as its name indicates, ;
A. Home Companion.
Besides tin* collection of the cream of j
thc- news of the week, Political, Financial ,
and the Markets, it will contain a largo
amount of LITERARY MATTER, such as
choice Tales, Sketches and Poetry. It j
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing |
FOKTY-I'IGHT COLUMNS, ia printed in a
form to hind; and thus secures a faithful
record and history of passing events.
Our JOB OFFICE is fully supplied with
, all kinds of WOOD and FANCY TYPE,
! CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
ETC., ami we are fully prepared to execute
! promptly, and wt moderate prices, all
PAMPHLETS. CIRCULA KN.
HAND BILI.K POSTERN.
C A KB*
wr ri ii , in- j ir -idBah-^
HEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Fare Reduced to $25.
Leaving each Port every Alternate
CAPT. G. M. WALKKB.
CAPT. C. P. MABSHMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every
inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York anti Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safoty, speed and comfort, aro un?
rivalled un tho coast.
CAPTAIN G. M. WALKK?,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, on THURSDAY, Joly 5,
1866, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignment*
to New York.
For Freight or Passage applv at tho
Agents. WDLLIS A CHIS?LM,
June 29 North Atlantic Wharf.
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
JACOB COHEN. C. Y. HANCKEL. JOS. COHEN.
"1X7*1 Lb sell COTTON, RICK, TOBACCO,
y\ Nh.al Stores and all descriptions of
Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
Northern and Foreign Porty, Ac. Will
make liberal advances oh consignments for
sale or shipment. May 15
Agriculture & Commerce, |
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CHARLESTON, S. C.
. , THIS POPULAR and well known
ffint HOTEL has been NEWLY FUR
JlaLNlSHED throughout by tho present
proprietor, who has been sixteen years
connected with the establishment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
CKOUUE O. MI.VEB, Superintendent.
CHAS. A. MILLEU, Cashier. March 27
CITY CLERK S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, June20, I860.
IN pursuance of resolution of Citv Coun?
cil, an ELECTION will bc held for
CLERK OF THE MARKET, on TUES?
DAY, the Sd of July next. Salary S600 per
annum. Bond antf security for $2,000 will I
Applicants for the position will rile their '
applications at this office on or before j
Moudav. the 2d proximo, naming their i
sureties: J. s. McMAHON, j
June 21 City Clerk. |
"An Ordinance to Regulate the
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 1
COLUMBIA, June 23, 1866.
11HE attention of the public is called to
. this Ordinance and the penalties at
tacked fer the violation thereof :
/ie it ordained, That any person who I
shall draw or carry away water from a :
spout, without having contracted so todo,
shall be lined for each and every offence !
not exceeding twenty dollars; and any con- ?
tractor for the water, who shall sutler any
unauthorized person to draw ur use water j
from his or her spout, shall be subject to a <
tine not exceeding twenty dollars for each
and every offence. If any person shall ?
suffer any hydrant on his or lier premises j
to remain open so as to waste tlie water, '
except for the purpose ot' cleansing the
pipes or to draw off tho water unlit for use,
such person shall 1M- subject to a penalty
not exceeding twenty dollars for each and .
All larsons are cautioned that to make
use ot the lire hydrants in the public ;
streets is a violation of an Ordinance of i
the city, and the penalty attached for such
.x violation will in all cases be rigidly en?
forced. Published by order of the City
Council. J. S. McMAHON,
.lune 24 12 City Clerk.
COLUMBIA, June 2. 18t'?t;.
1710R the information ot' persons who
may be ignorant of the laws of thc
city, and to prevent any further vie' ..ion
of ?aid laws herein mentioned, the f ..ow?
ing Ordinance? arc republished:
"De it ordained. That il shall not be law?
ful to drive any wagon, cart or other car?
nage, or ride or lead any horse across or
upon any open brick dram, within the cor?
porate Inuits of the city el' Columbia, ex
cept at the bridges or other places pro?
vided fol crossing said drains, under a
penalty not exceeding twenty dollars for
each and every offence."
"/>?? if further ordained, That it shall not
be lawful to drive any wagon or other car?
riage, or ride or lead any horse or mule, or
suffer them to stand neon any pavement,
except in eases of absolute necessity; and
any person offending herein, shall be sub
j< ct to a line of not less than one, nor more
than li ft \ dollars."
June "> THEO. STARK, Mayor.
Notice to Owners of Goats and Swine.
PAHTIKS who own any of the above
mentioned animals, are notified that
all Goats and Swine found running at large
in the streets of Columbia, on and after
the Sth inst., will be seized by the police
and impounded in the lot near the Guard
House. THEO. STARK, Mayor.
At the Sign <-/ lin Holden Pad-Jsock:
AFULL assortment of Table and Pocket
<T ILE KY, SCISSORS, Ac, in store
and tor sol?* low bv JOHN 0. DIAL.
New iTork JLdverti?
An Old Bong Set to a Hew Tn ne.
''As Spring approach?*,
Ant? and Roaches
From, their hole? com* owt;
And Alice and Rat?,
in sp?e of cats.
Gaily skip about."
"Costars" Kat, Roach, ?fee., Exter H,
lu a pauto-us di for Rats, Mice, Roaches.
Black and Red Ants, ?tr., ?ic.
"Costara" Bed-bug Exterminator
Ia a liquid or wash- used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Red-hugs, <fe.
"Costars''Electric Powder forlns'ts
Is for Mottis, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Jled-bngs,
Insects on Plants, Fenris, Animals, dtc
j J9- ! ! ! BEWARE ! ! : of all wort ii lent
I *S" See that "COSTAB'S" name is on each
Box, Bottle and Flask, before youbnv.
J?- Address HENRY it. COSTAR.
482 Broadway, S. Y.
?a~ Sold in Columbia, S. C.. by
And all Druggists and Retailers.
INCREASE OF RATS. -Thc Farm**'*
Gazette (English) asserts and proves* by
figures that one pair of RATS will have a
progeny and descendants no less than
651,050111 three years. Sow, unless thia
immense family can be kept down, they
j would consume more food than wonk! sna
: tain ti."?.ooo human beings.
j*5?- See "CosTAn's" advertisement above.
RATS VKKMis BIRDS. -Whoeverengages
in shooting small birds is a cruel man;'
whoever aids in exterminating rats is a
benefactor. We should like some one to
give us the benefit of their experience in
driving ont these pests. We need something
besides dogs, cats and traps for this busi?
ness.-Scientific American, X. Y.
Sff See ''COSTAU'S" advertisement above.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is.
simple, safe and sure--the moat perfect
RAT-ification meeting we have ever attend
i ed. Every Rat that can get iL properly
J prepared, will cat it, and every one that
eats it will ?lie. generally at some place ai
I distant as possible from where it was taken.
[Ixike Shore (Mich.) Mirror.
?ir See .'COSTARV advertisement above.
A VOICE FROM THE FAR WEST,
j Speaking of "COSTAU'S" Rat, Roach, Ant.
j A-c.. Exterminator-'"more grain and pro -
, visions are destroyed annually in Grant
I County by vermin than would pay for tons
! of this Rat and Insect Killer."
[iAincastcr ( Wis.) Herald.
jf?T See "COSTARV advertisement above.
May 8 f3mo
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES !
Bought and sold on commission bv
I LAWRENCE BROTHERS & CO.,
XO. 16 WALL STREET. XEW YORE.
#"VM"ONEY received on deposit from banks,
l.v_L 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. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
Cvars J, LAWRENCE. WM. A. HAESTEIV
April S _
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AGENTS WANTED to sell our new
series of Card Photographs of PRO?
MINENT MEN of the South. 100,000 have
already been sold. Agents aro making $10
per dav. S. nd for lotter of agency. En?
close $5, and wo will send a good assort?
ment, by return mail, that will Hell for *lr?.
Address" JONES .V. CLARK, Publiah's.
April i H3 Nassau street. New York.
Comer Broome Street and Botcery, X. Y.
rpilis house, capable of accommodating
X three hundred guests and kept on the
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to ali points. City cars pass the
Hotel to all the Ferries, Railroad Depot*
and place? ot Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. 11.00 per day.
double, $2.00. J. F. DARLOW A CO.,
Jan ll ly Proprietor*.
JAMES CONNER S SONS
LX1TE0 STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
NOS. 28, 30 and 32 Centre street, (corner
of Reade street,) New York. Th? typo
On which this paper is printed is from tbs
above Foundry. Nov 18
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
VFULL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
Grain Fans. Scythe Blades, Hoy thc
Stones, Fan Wire, Riddles, Ac, in ?tor?
' and for sale low for cash.
M av 2fi JOHN C DIAL.