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THE DAILY
Daily Paper $8 a Year
BY JULIAN A. SELBY
"Let our Just Censure
P??OMX.
Attend the True Event.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27. ?8GT
Tri-Weekly $5 a Year
Cf ?
VOLUME II *T0.
TliJ? Jt*HOJNlX,
PCB LISHE!) DAILY AND TRI-WEEK LY.
THE GLEANER,
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
CITY PRINTER.
OlTi'.-e on Main street, a few doors ab >ve
Taylor (or Camden) street.
TERMS-IN AD VA NC E.
SUBSCRIPTION.
Dailv Paper, six months.$4 00
Tri-Weekly, " " . 2 50
Weekly, " " . 1 50
ADVERTISEMENTS
Inserted at 75 couts per square for tho first
insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 ceDts each insertion. 1
?8~ A liberal discount jnade ott the above
rates when advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
Protection.
We [find the article below in our
exchanges, without ?.any credit at?
tached to it. It strikes us as being
thoroughly illustrative of the princi?
ple of protection as understood in
the down East States, and was pro?
bably written for that latitude. The
reader will find instruction and en?
tertainment in its perusal:
"Protect me," is the iniploiiug cry
of a comfortable, well-fed, well-clad
personage, whom, at first sight, one
would hardly take for a beggar.
"Protect me! I own but 10,000 acres
of laud in the world. It is my all.
It is full of coal; but the Englishmen
and the Nova Scotiaus have got coal,
too, and they offer to sell it cheaper
than thc price I want. Shut out this
foreign coal and protect me, un Ame?
rican laborer." He looks even less
like a laborer than like a beggar.
"What makes coal so dear, when
the weather is so dreadful cold? God
help us poor!" come from between
tho chattering teeth of a toil-worn,
care-worn, shivering woman, as she
measures with stingy eye a scanty
fresh supply of fuel to her waning
fire. No cry from her to Govern?
ment for protection. No protection
to her from the greed of the strong,
the cunning, the avaricious-. "Work
for yourself. Work or starve. Self
help. Every one for himself. If
Government gave bread or clothes or
fuel to the poor, it would demoralize
them. Take better care of the pen?
nies you earn. Lay them up in sum?
mer for a wintry day." Such are the
answers she would get if she asked
for protection-if she turned beggar.
No chance for her to put in a replica?
tion. The voices of the coal-owners
are mighty to drown hers. If she
could be heard, she would say, "How
can I lay up my pennies -when the
strong arm of Government takes
them from me, day by day, as fast as
I can earn them, and hands them
over to my richer neighbors? On
e^ery spool of thread 1 buy, Govern?
ment takes from me a penny or two
to pay over to the Woonsocket Fac?
tory Company, so that they make
dear thread and big dividends. On
every garment I wear, it takes pen?
nies and shillings from me wherewith
to fill the purses of the rich men who
make cloth and stockings and shawls,
and who cannot be content with less
than fifty or one hundred percent,
increase of their wealth every year to
pay them for making dear clothes for
the American laborer. When I buy
a stove or a pair of scissors, I must
pay some of my hard-earned pennies
to support the wealthy iron-maker of
Pennsylvania. I beg no protection
to my labor and I ask none. Let us
both alone-me and the manufac?
turer. As you let me work my hum?
ble way along as best I can, leave
him to do the same. Give him no
part of my earnings, and I am con?
tent with my little share of this
world's goods." If it demoralizes
society for Government to give the
poor food and clothes and fuel, is it
not equally demoralizing for Govern?
ment to give to the rich and the
strong? And when it gives to the
rich by taking from the comforts of
the poor, is it not demoralizing so?
ciety at both ends?
"Mother, do give me another
blanket, I am so cold," begs a shiver?
ing child, of a winter's nigl t, on our
Northern frontier. "I have no more,
child; blankets are so dear, and all
sorts of clothes so dear. John, what
makes woolen things so much dearer
than they used to be?"
"I don't know; but they do say it
is all dono to purtect us poor folk.
A tonguey man told ns the other
night that the Government m..st pro?
tect us from the blanket-makers in
Englaud and other foreign coun?
tries."
"Yes, but John, over in Canada
they have nothing but English blank?
ets, and yon can buy two blankets
there for what one costs here. Thc
English blanket-makers don't seem
to be so hard upon poor folks, aftei
all."
"Well, I can't toll the story exactly; |
but tho tonguey man made it all out |
clear. I think ho said, too, that wool |
wouldn't grow on our sheep unless j
they was purtected."
"Well, John, you don't inonu that j
they kiver our American sheep with
blankets to make their wool grow,
and that's the reason blankets uro so j
i source and dear?"
j ''Well, I don't know about that; i
but he mudo out that the sheep must j
I bc purtoctod to git tho wool, and then j
the men who made the wool into
blankets must be purtected; else we'd
have to uso the cheap foreign blank?
ets, and then, he said, we'd be worse
off."
"John, don'tyou think the tonguey
man was pulling some wool over your
eyes? If I could get two blankets
instead of ono to keep the children
warm, the sheep could do well enough
with tneir natural kivering. It seems
to nie that we poor folk, what don't
have any natural kiver of wool grow?
ing on our backs, want purtcction
more than the sheep."
"Well, that's just what Deacon
Welloff says; he says these high
prices purtcct us as well as the sheep;
and you know the Deacon subscribes j
a good deal of money for tho poor." !
"That's all true, John; but then
the Deacon don't seem to get any
poorer for all he gives away; and the
Deacon has got a good many sheep
of his own; and whatever is good for
his sheep must be good for tho Dea?
con's own pocket: and they do say
that he owns part of a big blanket
factory down in Rhode Island, and
so, maybe, the Deacon wrongs us
poor folk out of ten dollars and then
gives us back one dollar of it in cha
ity; maybe, it' the poor bad cheap
blankets and cheap clothes:, they
! wouldn't want any charity. You can't
make me believe we're any better off
for having only one blanket, when. |
if they were chea] or. we might have
two."
The parable of Dives and Lazarus ,
j might be useful reading for those who
are getting fat dividends from coal ;
mines and factories.
A Boltl Suggestion.
The following, from the Washing?
ton Constitutional TJniov, irrespective
of the merits of the suggestion, fear?
fully illustrates tho. extremes to which
radicalism has brought the country:
For several years past, we have fre?
quently declared that the ultimate
object of the radicals was the disfran?
chising of all Democrats, and the en?
slaving of all men who did not agree
with them politically. Judging of
the future from tho past, and from a
knowledge of the character of the
radical leaders and of the nature of
their pet theories, we clearly saw and
predicted this. Having reached a
point where they think they can
safely advance to this new position,
they are beginning to declare their
intentions. Every man who is a
Democrat will be disfranchised with?
in ten years, unless radicalism is
checked.
I The question is how to check it. If
I the traitorous fanatics of that party
persist much farther in their treason?
able and nefarious designs, war will
be the result. But the Democratic
party, unheeding our repeated warn?
ings for years past, has neglected to
organize and discipline its ranks.
"Eternal vigilauce is the price of
liberty," and for some time past it
was simply vigilance to be armed and
prepared for the worst. Had the
Democratic party boen regularly or?
ganized, disciplined, armed and
ready to take the hold at a moment's
notice in defence of the Constitution,
radicalism would not have been half
as formidable, nor half as reckless.
To avert being reduced into a con?
dition of perfect slavery-perhaps
sold like negroes; certainly liable, as
we have been, to be imprisoned with?
out cause, and murdered with process
of law-the Democratic party must
j organize itself into an army, with the
I discipline und drill of an army drawn
tup before tho enemy! it is abso?
lutely necessary! Jf we do *io at
once, we can save the Republic. If
wo do not, then farewell to all free
government.
Death has been very busy during
the month o? January among the
aristocracy of England. The Mar?
quis of Exeter, popular as a states
.man, sportsman and gentleman for
half a century, was buried within a
few days of the Earl of Kingston.
On the day a beautiful youug daugh?
ter of Lord St. Vincent was buried,
the old Countess of Mayo-mother
of th* Chief Secretary for Ireland,
Lord Nass-died; and, on the 27th,
died, at tho age of eighty-two, Sarah
Sophia, the Dowager Countess of
J ersey.
Ben. Butler should be placed on
tho Committee of Ways and Means,
for the reason that he has such mean
ways about him.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
SWEET OTOFONAX! Ladies, in Un-ir morn- 1
i ri JJ calls, carry joy and gladness, when
perfumed with Sweet Opoponax. i
A NEW PER?JME! Called Sweet Opoponax
from Mexico, manufactured by F.. T. Smith
& Ct)., New York, i.s making a sensation
wherever it is known. Is very delicate,
and its fragrance remains on tito handker- j
chief for days.-PhitaiCa Evening Bulletin.
SWEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO! New, i
very rar?, rich and fashiouablo perfume. ?
The finest ever imported or manufactured 1
in United States. Try it and be convinced.
SWEET OPOPONAX! New Perfume from
Mexico. The only fashionable Perfume
and ladies' delight.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Tito only elegant Per?
fume. Is found on all toilets, and never
Stains the handkerchief.
SWEET OPOPONAX! ls the sweetest Ex?
tract ever made. Supersedes ail others.
Try it once; will use no other.
FIFTEEN TEARS AGO AND Ai OW.
Fifteen years ago, IIOSTETTER'S STO?
MACH BITTERS was struggling into no?
tice against the prejudices which every?
thing new, however excellent, is doomed
to encounter.
To-day, it stands at the head of all the
tonic and alterative preparations in exist?
ence. Its celebrity has evoked many uni- j
tations, but no rivals. Physicians pro?
nounce it thc only safe stimulant that has
ever been introduced into the sick cham?
ber. In the hospitals of thc army and
navy, the surgeons find it the very b< st
tonic for convalescents, and report it as
invaluable for sustaining thc vigor of I
troops on the march, as a remedy for
scurvy and all scorbutic affections, and as
the only specitir for sea-siekucss. Califor?
nia and Australia have emphatically en?
dorsed it tts the Miner's Medicine par ex?
cellence, tutti itt Spanish America and all
the tropical climates, it is considered the
only reliable antidote to epidemic fever.
There is no mystery about the causes of |
its success. It is thi- only stomachic and
alterative in which, are combined thc grand
requisites of a mihi, pure and unvitiated
vegetable stimulant, with the finest selec?
tion of tonie, anti-bilious, anti-scorbutic,
aperient and depurative herbs, plants,
roots and barks that have ever been inter?
mixed in a medicinal preparation.
It is also proper to state that the Bitters
are sold exclusively in glass, and never,
under any circumstances, by the gallon or
the barrel. Impostors and imitators are
abroad, and the only safeguard the public
has against them is io see that the Ritters
they buy bear tho engraved label and note
of hand of Messrs.- Hos tetter Ji Smith, and
tho Government stamp over the cork of
thc bott i.-. Feb 27 t<i
THE FRANKLIN BRICK MA?
CHINE, justly celebrated for perfect sim?
plicity, great strength and immense com?
pressing power, is guaranteed, with eight
men and two horses, to self-temper the
clay and make 3.00(1 to 3,;xt0 elegant bricks
per hour. J. H. RENICK, Proprietor, No.
71 Broadway, New York, Room 28.
Feb 1 . 3mo
TIic Gravest Maladies
OF YOUTH AND EARLY MANHOOD.
Hownrd Association Essays, on the phy?
siology of the passions, and the errors,
abuses and diseases peculiar to the first
age of man, with reports on new methods
of treatment employed in this institution.
Sent in sealed, letter envelopes, free of
charge. Address Da. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Phila?
delphia, Pa. Jan 15 3mo
ARTIFICIAL. EV ES-ARTIFICIAL
HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
by Drs. F. BAUCH ami P. GOUGELMANN,
(formerly employ* d by lioissonneau, Paris,)
No. SOO broadway. New York. Oct 17 ly
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soup, it, such
Universal demand, is made from the
choicest materials, is mild and emol?
lient in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremolv beneficial in its action
upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv
Ii.Y TC I IE LOK'S HAIR 1>YE_This
splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world.
The only true and perfect ]>yc-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies thc il] effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed WU
Heirn A. Batchelor. All others are mer?;
imitations, anil should be avoided. Sold
by ail druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay street. Ne-A Stork. Cia' beware
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
House Carpentering, Undertaking
AND
Cabinet-Making.
OLD FURNITURE REPAIRED, VAR?
NISHED and made as good as new.
COFFINS, of all kinds, furnished at low?
est prices, ft?- Satisfaction guaranteed in
quality of work and prices.
J. \V. CHICK, Camden street,
Next to Southern Express Office.
Feb 5 . Imo*
Gunny Bagging.
-| /\ RALES GUNNY BAGGING, extra
JA / weight-2A pounds.
50 coils MANILLA ROPE.
1 bale BAGGING TWINE.
I Tho above in store at reduced rates.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
1 Oct 18 On Plain street.
RECLAMATION!
By his Excellency JAMES L. O Hit, Go?
vernor of South Carolina.
WHEREAS information has boen com?
municated to this' Department that
a scries of outrages have been perpetrated
on sundry parsons, white and colored, in
tho Districts of Laurens, Greenville, An?
derson and Abbeville, by three desperate
outlaws, to wit: - Brown, known as Texas
Brown, by - Sullivan, of Laurens, and by
- Burkett, alias Burkhead, alias Wallace,
wherein thc lives of many persons have
boen threatened and thc property of others
pillaged ; and whereas it has been repre?
sented that Elias Brown, a freedman, bas
been murdered by the two former; and
whereas the said Brown committed an as?
sault and battery on thc person of Lewis
Clark, a freedman, with intent to kill, at
Cokesbury, S. C.; and whereas tho said
Drown, Sullivan and Burkett, alias Wal?
lace, perpetrated a daring robbery upon
Jessie Freuch, a citizen of Greenville, S.
C.; and whereas the said Brown and Bur?
kett assaulted, with intent, to kill, sundry
citizens of Anderson District; and whereas
these desperate outlaws have committed
other acts of rapiue, plunder and outrage,
and have thus far eluded and avoided ar?
rest, by the civil authorities for their mani?
fold crimes:
Now, know ye, that I. JAMES L. ORR,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the State aforesaid, do berebv offer a
reward of NINE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for thc arrest and safe delivery of the said
Drown, Sullivan and Burkett in anv jail in
this State, or THREE HUNDRED 'DOL?
LARS for cither of them.
All Sheriffs, Constables, Magistratesand
all other officers of tho State, civil and
military, aro hereby commanded and re?
quired to use every exertion to secure the
arrest of tho parties aforesaid, to the end
that the laws of this State may be main?
tained and these outlaws brought to con?
dign punishment.
In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto sub?
scribed my name and caused the
iseal of tho State to be affixed, at the
[!.. s.]eity of Columbia, this twenty-second
day of February, A. D. 1367, and in
tho ninety-first year of thc indepen?
dence of the Unite i States of Ame?
rica. JAMES L. ORR, Governor.
ELLISON CAPERS, Secretary of State.
Feb 24 3
as-Edgefield Admrtiser, Anderson In
lelligencer, Abbeville Press and Banner,
Dickens Courier, Greenville Mountaineer
and Enterprise, Newberry Herald, Laurens
Herald, and tho Augusta Chronicle and
Sentinel, copy three times and forward
bills to Executive office.
IRON, STEEL.
KAILS, PGTWARE.
Tin'd and Japd HOLLOWWARE'
Carpenters' and Blackr-nTa TOOLS
SCALES.
AXES, S. W. Collins' and o^er
brands.
PAINTS, OILS and GLASS.
In store and for sale LOW by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Fire-Dogs, Shovels, Tongs, &c.
At Hie Sign of the Golden. Pad-Lock.
ALARGE VARIETY of FIRE-DOGS,
SHOVELS, TONGS, POKERS, FIRE
SHOVELS, Ac, Ac, in store and for sale
very low by JOHN C. DIAL.
HOES AND CHAINS.
Al Ute Sion of thc Golden Pad-Lock.
ONE HUNDRED doz. HOES, assorted
qualities and sizes.
500 pairs TRACE CHAINS, assorted '
E. store and Tor sale CHEAT for CASH br
Jan'24 JOHN C. DIAL. '
Plow Steel, Plow Moulds
AND LRON.
TEN THOUSAND lbs. best quality PLOW
STEEL, at 12Ac. per pound.
1,000 SWEDES PLOW MOULDS, at 10c.
per pound.
:5l),000 lbs. Swedes Plow and Tire Iron.
Together with a full assortment ot Tire,
Horse-shoe, Band, Oval, Round, Square,
Hoop, Sheet and Nail Rod Iron, compris?
ing the boat assortment in the city and at
the lowest prices. On hand and for sale by
Dec pt _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass.
THREE THOUSAND lbs. puro WHITE
LEAD, ground in oil.
1,000 lbs. St. Louis White Lead, ground
in oil, at 12$ cents per oound.
200 gallons boiled and raw Linseed Oil.
Together witi a complete assortment of
Tanners' and Machinery Oils, dry and
ground Paints, Fourniture, Coach and Japan
Varnishes, Window Glass, Putty, Paint
Brushes, Varnish, Dusting and Scrubbing
Brushes. For sale at low prices by
Oct SI J. AJTJtl. AGNEW.
Cutlery! Cutlery'.!
AFULL assortment of Table and Pocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, Ac, in store
I and for salo low by JOHN C. DIAL.
BARGAINS FOU Tlllli?? HUS,
The following mentioned Goods can be bought at ENTICING PRICES,
intil closed out:
ZEPHYR KNIT GOODS-of nil descriptions,
MERINOS, DELAINES, and PARIS POPLINS,
KERSEYS, LIX SK YS und CASSIMERES,
CASHMERE and MERINO HOSIERTY.
EXTRA ??RG?ms amm m zimtm x
EXTRA BARGAINS OFFERED IN CARPETS AND RIGS !
Our stock of DOMESTIC and STAPLE GOODS, for
Jobbing, is as complete as usual. City and country mer?
chants are invited to inspect.
SHIVER & BECKHAM.
Jan 18
H E. NICHOLS & CO ,
General Insurance Agents, Stock and Exchange Brokers,
COLUMBIA, ?S. O
REPRESENT, arnon? others, tho following woll-known FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES:
QUEEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY of Liverpool and London-author?
ized capital ?2,000.0o(), or nearly.$10,000,000
UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY, New York - capital and assets over. :$,000,0l>0
INTERNATIONAL, New York--capital and assets nearly. 2,000,000
SECURITY, New York capital ami assets. 1,500.000
HOME, New Haven-capital and assets. 1,500,000
MANHATTAN, New York-capital and assets. 1,100,000
NORTH AMERICAN, New York-capPal and assets. 760,000
HOME, Savannah. Ga.-capital and assets. . 5()ojOOO
SOUTHERN INSURANCE AND TRUST, Savannah -capital and assets_ 500,000
Risks taken on BUILDINGS, MERCHANDIZE, COTTON-in storo and on planta?
tions-Household Furniture, Rents, Leases, Mortgages and every description of pro?
perty liable to loss or damage by fire, on the LOWEST TERMS. Policies issued pay?
able in gold or currency, and losses promptly paid.
/ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN Y, Hartford - capital and assets nearly $4,060,000.
This liberal and generous company presents great inducements to those who feel that
life is uncertain, and who desire to make a OI?KTAIN provision for those near and dear,
who otherwise might suffer when they are gone.
SELL EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, in sums to suit, at tue usual rates.
Internal Revenue Stamps, of all denominations, for sale.
SS' Office corner of Main and Plain streets, over Agnew's store. Sept !> Onto
The Adornment of the Head-The j
Hair Restorer.
RAY HEADED people have their locks I
\JC restored by it to the dark, lustrous, j
silken tresses of youth, and are happy.
Young people, With light, fadedor red hair,
have these unfashionable colors changed
to a beautiful auburn, and rejoice. People
whose heads are covered with dandruff and
humors, use it, and have clean coats and
clear and healthy scalps. Bald-headed
veterans have their remaining locks tight?
ened, aud the bare spots covered with a
luxuriant growth of hair, and dance for
joy. Young gentlemen usc it because it is
richly perfumed. Young ladies use it be?
cause it keeps their hair in place. Every?
body must and rrill use it, because it is tho
cleanest and best article in the market.
For sale by FISHER & HEINITSH,
Feb 3 Druggists.
Pollock House.
LOYERS of THE GOOD THINGS OF
THIS LIFE can have their wants sup?
plied at the above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with the house is in
best order. MEALS served at short notice.
Private dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, CAME and MEATS
prepared in everv st vic.
The best of \\TNES. LIQUORS, ALE,
choice SEGARS and TOBACCO on hand.
ASL FREE LUNCH everv dav at ll
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
Feb S
Hoes, Chains, Axes, &c ; "G9NGAREE RESTAURANT !"
TWO HUNDRED doz. HOES, assorted ; ,^ , T,, . . r> , _ "
sizes and qualities. j Next door West of the rout Office.
SOO pairs PLOW and WAGON TRACE ?rr.
50 doz." best Warranted AXES. ' w?SKa??L - fif
1,000 Swedes PLOW MOULDS. I T
With a fu 1 assortment .d'Plow Steel, j TV. BEBAGHI
Plantation Iron, Wagon and Plow Hames, -W-W-T.WT < i, n . * i .
Spades, Shovels. &c. For sale at lowest TIT9JAD ??peotftilly inform his
market prices for cash by *J ?l * *u,f \h* Kg? !;'. ra?
Jan 25 J. & T. R. AGNEW. hfl 1( ^Mopenea a RESTAURAN 1 at
- - -._ _- ..- . . tue above place, ?here the very best of
Ghin and Blasting Powder, everything rh the way of eating and drink
3 I mg can be obtained at short notice.
JUST received and for sale low. a com- CREAM ALE on draught,
plete assortment of Gun, Rifle andi LUNCH everv day from ll to 1 o'clock,
blasting POWDER, in whole, half and Fresh OYSTERS constantly on hand,
quarter kegs, and in canisters, at wholesale j^n y,
and retail, at very low prices. Also, Safety -
Fuse, for Blasting. i Cabinet-maker, Upholsterer
?sr impure for DUPONT? POWDER ; d Undertaker.
lt 18 the nest. J. A r. b. AuiNoi. v
i fl^ESHk HAYING resumed the
Blacksmith Tools. !{pp|j|i'l'v,::?:Tx?cut:^d"k1nd>
TTTE now offer a full stock of best ENG- ! ()t- work i" the ab ive line at the shortest
YY LISH STEEL-FACED A N VILS, notice and most reasonable prices.
Blacksmith Bellows. Solid Box Vices, Steel- A variety of COFFINS constantly on
faced Hand and Sledge Hammers, Screw hand. Funerals promptlv attended. "
Plates, Stock? and Dies, Files, Rasps, Ac., I Aug ?0 M." II. BERRY,
at a very small advance on cost, for cash, ! At Brennan A Carroll's Carriage Factory,
and at totcer rates titan they can bc. brought \ -
orUTCTb, nBTULbi ! AT WHOLESALE AND BETAIL !
rmmunTtSSil RKEY GIBS0N'S X' XX'XXX' WHIS'
ANEW and complete assortment just Bbls. O: Bliss' Old Bourbon WHISKEY,
received. ALSO, " Corn and Rye domestic
An elegant assortment of FISHING j " Holland Anchor GIN.
T ACKLE -Rods, Hods, Bobs, Hooks, " American Hope "
Lim s, Ac. At LOW PRICES. " l'inet and Rochelle BRANDY.
j) ff/" h~J? A VrP *' Jamaica and Santa Cruz Rum.
1 ? YV- ?/HI-? J- ? " Sweet Malaga Wine.
Washington street, opposite old Jail, j " Cherry and Madeira Wine.
N. B.-Manufacturing and repairing . > Catalognia Claret Wine,
substantially and neatly executed. ? staughton Bitters.
M av 26_ly_ Boxes linker's and Kranter Bitters.
Barber's Patent Adjustable Brace. " ^SSffSSJ^A^^
JUST received, a complete assortment of With a general stock of GENUINE Ll
Barber's Patent Adjustable BIT QUORS, wort h v attention of purchasers, at
BRACES, which, for carpen tors'and wheel- Iajr prices. Call and examine the above
wrights' use, are tho most convenient and "tock before purchasing elsewhere, aa
usetul braces made, requiring no adjust- great inducements will be offered,
ment or fitting of the bit to the brace, and \ r Cf il AA/fOrtf
are emphatically '.he ne plus ultra of braces. Xj' Owi-iW-iyLWii ,
For sale by the sole agents, Second door from Shiver House,
Dec 20 J. & T. R. AGNEW. Oct 18 On Plain e?reet.

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