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PARIS, March 2.-Despatches from
Vera Cruz state that communication
with the capital is interrupted, pre?
venting the transmission of Maxi?
ST. LOUIS, MO., March 2.-Tho
central system went into operation
"WASHINGTON', March 2.-lu the Se?
nate, the bankrupt bill was passed.
Tho Foreign Committee reported
adversely on the resolution to protect
the rights of Americans in Mexico,
and for the enforcement of claims of
American investments in Mexican
The conference report retiring the
compound interest notes was adopt?
ed, lt provides for the issue of three
per cent, loan certificates, of which
$50,000,000 only shall be outstanding.
* The veto of the tenure of office bijl
was read. The bill was passed, not?
withstanding, by 35 to ll.
In the Honst?, the proceedings were
uninteresting, until the reception of
the message vetoing the military bill.
The bill was passed, notwithstanding
the veto, by 135 to 47.
[We received by telegraph, last
night, what was intended as a synop?
sis of the President's veto of the
military bill, but it was a something
that we found impossible to decipher.
We expect to receive the message in
full, by mail, in a day or two, when
we will present it to our readers.]
In a work just published, the Abbe
Domeuech gives a strange idea of the
Mexican Court. He once asked who
a new privy councillor was, who was
to dine with the Emperor that even?
ing. "The greatest robber in the
empire," was the reply; "he annexed,
last week, $30,000, which ought to be
in the public treasury." On another
occasion, one of the Emperor's or?
derly officers, who had been aide-de
camp to General Miramon, was point?
ed out to the Abbe. "Before attaining
this rank," remarked a Mexican, "he
spent three years at the galle}-.s, and
is one of the most talented robbers
in Mexico." The dressing-rooms at
the court balls were invariably rifled
of their contents, and ladies, after
dancing, vainly sought their shawls,
cloaks, &c. A ball was given by the
French officers after their entrance
into Mexico, when tin; guests cut off
the gold fringes and tassels which
adorned the velvet . curtains of the
MI CH TAKING OR OATHS.-A West?
ern editor who has been a lawyer, in
one of his lucid intervals, writes the
A practice of thirty years in the
tribunals of civil and criminal justice
has satisfied ns that any man who will
wilfully and deliberately lie for the
purpose of benefiting himself, or in?
juring another, will as readily swear
to that lie. Oaths have been so
cheapened, by being so universally
aud unnecessarily required, that they
have come to have no sanctity at all.
We would just ns soon take a man's
testimouv without his oath as with it.
Prentice, in the Louisville Journal,
thus concludes a notice of the late
poet of Idlewild:
"Farewell Willis! As the Hebrew
girl by her loved river sits and listens
to its melancholy wail, mourning for
glories long since faded, so sit we to?
night by thy fresh-made grave and
mourn for one who was the magic
musician whose lightest strain stirred
our rugged nature and softened its
stern chords, until only harmony
soft, sweet, delicious harmony-filled
our soul. Willis, farewell."
SINGULAR DISCOVERT OP COIN.
Mr. Samuel Horton, of Bocka way,
N. Y., while engaged in felling some
trees in the vicinity of Grassy Pond,
a few days since, came across a hollow
tree, in which he found secreted the
sum of $800 in silver. From marks
upon some of the coins, it is evident
that the deposit was made over four?
teen years ago.
A census of Alabama, taken in
I860, shows that the population of
that State has only increased 9,000
in the past six years. The total pop?
ulation given bv this census is 973,
A man in Philadelphia put his mo?
ther, aged seventy-nine, out in the
street, to be taken care of by the
A fruit dealer was told by a Detroit
paper that lie sold berries in a false
measure. Fruit dealer v.as awarded
152 railway bills will be submitted
for the consideration of the English
Parliament at the ensuing session.
C09IMEUCIA.1? AND FINANCIAL?.
LONDON, March 2-Noon.-Con?
sols 91. Ponds 73.!.:,.
LIVERPOOL, March 2--Noon.-The
cotton market opens firm, and sales
reach 8,000 bales-middling uplands
13'.fid. ; Orleans 13%. Breadstuff's
NEW YORK, March 2- Noon.-Mo?
ney G per cent. Exchange-sixty
daysS ',,; sight 9%. Gold 38%.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and easier,
with sales of GOO bales, at 31@31)?.
Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat
dull and drooping. Com closed
firmer; mixed $1.05. Western pork
firmer; new mesa $21(ojj21.50.
The Right Rev. Bishop Lynch has I
issued the following regulations for
Lent in the diocese of Charleston:
Ash Wednesday, the day of Lent, |
falls on the Oth of March.
1. All the faithful, who have com?
pleted their twenty-first year, are,
unless legitimately dispensed, bound
to observe the Fust of Lent.
2. They are to make only one
meal a day, excepting Sundays.
3. The meal allowed on fast day is
not to be taken till about noon.
4. At that meal, if on any day per?
mission should be grunted for eating
flesh, both flesh and fish are not to
be used at the same time, even by
way of seasoning.
5. A small refreshment, commonly
called collation, is allowed in the
evening; no general ride as to the
quantity of "food permitted at this
time is or can bo made. But the
practice of the most regular Christian
is never to let it exceed the fourth
part of an ordinary meal.
G. The quality of food allowed at
a collation is, in this diocese, bread,
butter, cheese, all kinds of fruits,
salads, vegetables and fish. Milk
and eggs are prohibited.
7. General usage has made it law- i
ful to drink in the morning some
warm liquid, as tea, coffee, or thin
chocolate, made with water.
8. Necessity and custom have au?
thorized the use of hog's lard, instead
of butter, in preparing fish, vegeta?
0. The following persons are ex?
empted from the obligations of fast?
ing: Young persons under twenty
one years of. age, the sick, nursiug
women, those who are obliged to do
hard labor, all who through weakness ,
cannot fast without great prejudice
to their health.
10. By dispensation the use of
flesh meat will be allowed at any
time on Sundays, and once a day on ?
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, with the exception of t
Holy Thursday, and the second and
last Saturdays of Lent.
11. Persons dispensed from the i
obligation of fasting, on account of !
tender or advanced age. or hard labor,
are not bound hythe restriction-of ,
using meat only at one meal on days
on which its use is granted by dis?
pensation. Others dispensed from
the fast for other causes, as well as .
those who ?ire obliged to fast, arel
permitted to use meat only at eue i
COLORED PEOPLE AND THE STREET
CARS.-At intervals of about two
months, we are called upon to record |
an instance of an obstreperous darkey |
attempting to ride inside thc street
ears in opposition to the rules of the
companies and the decisions of the
Supreme Court. Another instance of
this kind of conduct on the part of a
colored man happened yesterday, on
a car of the Arch Street Railway Com?
pany, above Broad street. The co- j
lored man being requested to vacate, j
refused to do so. The car was put oil',
the track and the colored individual i
allowed to remain inside the motion?
less car. A crowd soon collected and I
a general discussion on the subject of
the rights of the colored people was
indulged in. The most emphatic in
expressing an opinion was a colored
woman, who "didn't see what right a
nigger had sticking himself amongst
white fidks where he wasn't wanted,
and getting the white folks down on
us." No further disturbance occur?
red, and the colored man soon got
tired of his quiet position and va?
mosed.- Philadelphia Aye, 28th.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS TRADE.
The New York Commercial, in a re?
view of the dry goods trade, says:
Prices are not very firm. It is un?
certain if any great quantities of
goods could be disposed of at a re?
duction. Merchants are buying such
amounts as the actual necessities of
their trade require, and are very cau?
tious about accumulating stocks.
Woolen goods do not show the same
improvement. The trade is without
animation, and people have almost
ceased to expect any change at pre- j
sent. The auction sales of foreign
goods continue to be quito animated,
but importers are generally submit
riug to a loss on their earlier import?
ations. Some goods imported this
se.osou bring remunerative prices,
but generally the dress goods and
spring fabrics can be purchased here
cheaper than they actually cost to
-? ? ? ?
INDIANS AT CHURCH.-Several In?
dians attended the Episcopal Church
of the Epiphany, in Washington, on
Sunday morning, when ?a sermon was
preached on the subject of domestic
missions, and, without any previous
announcement, $1,200 were collected
on the spot for mission pnrposes.
The afternoon, services, at the same
church, were rendered interesting hy
the presence of a large number of
DakotasandOjibways, baptized mem?
bers of the church. One of the Ojib?
ways, who is an ordained deacon,
was in the chancel wiUi his surplice,
and made a Jew remarks, in good
English, explaining the condition of
his tribe, followed by remarks from
two others, in their own language. A
choir of twelve; sang two hymus very
creditably, in their native tongue,
and every Indian present had his
prayer-book, translated from the
Book of Common Prayer. The
church was crowded to excess.
The investigatio.? of "frauds" by
radical Jongressmen turn out as cost?
ly as the frauds themselves.
The Russian Government has made I
another step iu advance. It luis par?
tially thrown open to the Jews two
important towns formerly closed
against them. Jewish merchants of
the second and third guild may now
settle at Sebastopol and Nikolaieff,
trade there, and even acquire real
estate. A still greater boon to the
Jews, and one which has also a po?
litical significance, is the offer made
by the Russian Government to the
Jews of Bokhara and other central
Asiatic countries, to take them under
its protection. The offer, it is said,
has been eagerly accepted by them,
as they were fearfully oppressed by
the Mohammedan rulers and popula?
tion of those countries.
TBOTJBIJE AMONG DHY GOODS MER?
CHANTS.-William A. Putney, a mem?
ber of a prominent dry goods firm
in Chicago, has commenced three
suits against ClafHin & Co., and Seth
Otis, of New York, and his two part?
ners, laving the aggregate damages
at $200,000, the charges being tres?
pass and slander. He alleges that the
defendants in these suits have con?
spired to get him out of his firm, and
have mude scandalous charges against
him, iu order to destroy his credit.
Sn.vi?i* PRACTICE.-Congress has va?
rious "investigating" committees at
work; hut the one that is investigating
the frauds at New York lias met with
an accident-the peculiarly "sharp"
citizens of that place having stolen a
great part of tho evidence which has j
been taken. The committee, how- |
ever, intended to call the witnesses i
Tho Denver News says there is a
curious rumor from the mountains,
by a gentleman just down, that a
remarkable pocket or cavity has been
found iu one of the minos near Grego?
ry Point, the walls of which are ab?
solutely lined or plated with gold. Its
informant had seen a small specimen
from it which was valued at $200.
A whole family in Philadelphia was
discovered last week in almost the
last stages of starvation, and the hor?
ror of the scene was heightened by
the discovery of tho appalling fact
that the father of the family, who
had died ten days ago. was still un- I
buried, from hick of the necessary 1
means to defray tho expenses of se- j
pul tu re.
The Japanese Ambassador now in i
Paris will visit the United States be- I
fore returning home. His name is j
Ko-tole, and he bears the title of \
Yamato-no-Kami. Ile is a Minister
of Foreign Affairs at Japan, grand
officer of tho Tycoon, and governor
of one of the largest provinces.
A gold mine is? said to have boon
discovered on the farm of John Wil
born, in Marion County, Ky. Lots
twenty feet square are held at S20.000
each. It is not said whether any
have been bought, though the speci?
mens found appear to be the genuine
The English are gradually increas?
ing their use of tobacco. In 1S41,
they consumed less than fourteen
ounces per head of the population;
in 1861, it was eleven pounds three
and a half ounces; and in 1864, ele?
ven pounds four and three-quarter
At the Virginia State Library may
be seen a curiosity- in the shape of a
piece of white pine plank, in the
heart of which is a perfect represen?
tation of a human leg and foot, com?
plete ia its proportions, as well as
POUT OF CHARLESTON. MARCH ??
Sehr. N. W. Smith, Tooker, New York.
Sehr. Wm. Slater, Rockport, Me.
Reduction in Prices!
In want of
Of any kind.
Are invited to call at the
!N PRICE AND STYLE.
Fifty Bozen Hats,
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY.'
CONSISTING of Gent?', Bovs' and]
Youths' CASSIMEBE, BEAVER, PA?
NAMA, FELT, WOOL, LEGHORN and
A large stock of EXTRA CARPET BAGS
and Ladies' SATCHELS. Call and exa?
mine, and he convinced.
NEW STTXiES !
.T XL ts 1 Ii e <* e i ~v e cl
I!. & W, C. SWAFF1ELD,
Feb If? RedelPs Row.
m rr HM ci
THE undersigned has^^^^,^
V^yV ?" hand and is const ant h geii3
iltsJSi ec. iving the LATEST STYLES OF |
GlKJUS in his line, to which In? invites the
attention of purchasers. xr?_Give him a
.lust received, a splendid assortment of
Hawson, Warien & Hvde's TIP-TOP
R E P A IR IN (I ,
In all its branches, promptly attended to.
i Feb 2 At J. Snlzbachcr & Co.'s.
RECEIVED per Steamers '-Carrol,"
"Sea-Gull"' and '-Eu a:"'
:i,()Oi? bus's prime White Marvland CORN.
50bbls. IRJ&H [Seed] POTATOES.
500 b.isbels BRAN.
Feb I."._BROWNE A SCHIRMER.
EIGHT THOUSAND bushels PRIME
1.50t) busheis Oars.
50 barrels Pink Eve Potatoes.
I At BROWNE 'tc SCHIRMER'S,
j Pel. 27 Voider's Old Stand.
CLARK & PEETE,
HOUSE, SION and ORNAMEN
$*F3i&TAL PAINTERS. Graining, Marb
* .'*.'.';?;> ling. Gilding, Glazing and Kal
soming. Paper Hanging executed
in thc best manner on the shortest notice,
.shop on Assembly street, next door to
.lohn Stork, betwc( n Washington and
Lady streets. Country orders promptly
attended to. -Tan :>() 3mo
W. W. CLARKE. WM. PEETE.
JUST RECEIVED FIVE HUNDRED
BUSHELS WHITE CORN, which we
will close out at low ligures. Apply to
Feb 23 . LEVIN A MI KELT,
Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris.
"VTTE have in store, and shall ki > con
W stantly on hand, a full stock of the
above, and offer to contractors and build?
ers, and tboso in want of th?: above, great
inducements. Applv to
LEVIN t> M IK ELL,
Dec 6 Washington street.
HAVING opened my office
permanently in Columbia, I
may bo found at all hours at
the rooms over R. C. Ander?
son's store, on Main street.
.Tan 5 D. P. GREGG.
AFULL assortment of Table and Pocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, Ac, in store
and for sale how by_JOHN C. DIAL.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, &c.
SIX THOUSAND lbs. WHITE LEAD, in
A complete assortment of Colored Taints,
dry ami in oil.
300 boxes Window Glass, assorted sizes.
Linseed. Tanners', Kerosene and Ma?
Furniture, Coach and Japan Varnishes.
A complete variety of Paint, Varnish,
Graining, White-wash. Dusting and Scrub?
bing Brushes. In store and for salo at
lowest prices by JOHN C DIAL.
NO MORE CREDIT. We will sell for
CASH ONLY, at tho lowest possible
rates. JOHN C. SEEG ERS tc CO.
DOZEN for salo low.
E. ft G. D. HOPE.
ALE ! ALE !
AFRESH SUPPLY just received and
for sale at WHOLESALE and on
DRAUGHT, for cash onlv.
Feb 13 J IHN C. SEECLKs A CO.
<T)r: BARRELS EXTRA and SUPERIOR
?itj FLOUR, only for cash.
Feb 13 ,L C. SEEGERS ft CO.
1 f\ BOXES CHEWING TOBACCO of
IV/ various grades, at
Jan 30 JOHN C. SEEGERS ft CO.
AND STRAW GOODS.
IMPORTERS and jobbers of RIBBONS,
BONNET SI?,KS .ind SATIN'S, NETTS,
BLONDS, GRAPES) VELVETS. RUCHES,
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, STRAW BON?
NETS and LADIES' HATS, trimmed and
untrimmed; SHAKER HOODS.
'I'M and '2-V.) ll di i more Ult eel,
Offer tho largest Stock to be found in
this conntrv, anil unequaled in CHOICE
VARIETY and CHEAPNESS.
t:ir Orders solicited and prompt atten?
tion giveu. Keb 20 lnio*
Livery and Sale Stables,
Charleston. S. C. DIE- ..?TJKJJL,
I GEN St B?K KR. Pro- ggygg
.prietors. Saddle Horses, Car?
riages, Phaetons and Buggies to hire, at all
j hours. Mules and Horse? for sale.
f lMlTi HOTEL,
CH4Rl?E?rrON, S. C.
WHITE & MIXER, Prop'rs.
And all the Landings on the St.
VIA SAVANNAH, GA.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
DICTATO n ,
fl,OOO TON'S BURTHEN,)
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER.
ON and after the 26th October, this fine
ship will sad from Southern Whari
I everv FRIDAY X.WH?, at 10 o'clock, for
; the above places.
ie*)- All freight must bc paid here by
j For freight or passage, apply un board,
or at the oflh.f the Agency. IT Vander
1 hoist's Wharf. Charleston, s. C.
i Oct 24 .1. D. AIKEN Sc CO., Agents.
HOES AND CHAINS.
At the Sion nf the (tolden Pad-Lock.
ONE HUNDRED doz. HOES, assented
qualities .ind sizes.
500 p iii.- TRACE CHAINS, assort. 1
In score and im-sale CHEAP for OAS 11 by
Jan 24 Joli N C. DIAL. "
SALT AND BLUE STONE.
17*OTJR HUNDRED sacks LIVERPOOL
1 SALT, extra large, at $:!.:>).
1,000 lbs. BLUE STONE, 7 lbs. for SI.
The above will be sold at prices named,
or at lowe-r prices, if offered lower by any
hoe.se in Columbia. " UV ic 'il not be under?
sold." J. & T. R. AO NEW.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass.
mil KEE THOUSAND Lbs. pure WHITE
I LEAD, ground in o'-I.
LOW lbs. St. Louis W-hito Lead, grote d
in oil", ?it 12i cents per pound.
200 gillens boiled anti raw Linseed Oil.
Together wit:- a complete assortment of
Tanners' and Machinery Ods, dry anil
ground Paints. Furriture, Coach ano Japan
Varnishes, Window Glass, Patty, Pah
Brushes, Varnish, Dusting and Scrubbing
? Brushes. For salt at low prices bv
j Oct 31 J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
WE PROPOSE to publish a WEEKLY
PAPER, devoted to the diffusion of
the principles of religion and the interests
of the Baptist denomination. We have
i been moved to this undertaking by the
I solicit?tioas of brethren in various por?
tions of this State, as well as of other
States, among the readers of the late
Corifedterale Baptist, and by our own con?
viction that a paper of a high character
would contribute largely to the intellectual
improvement, tho religious progress and
the general welfare of thc churches. The
field is large, affording ample room for all
sincere and zealous laborers.
The Baptist will be printed on a sheet
about twenty-two by thirty-two inches, and
will contain twenty-four broad columns,
mostly in Long Primer type, clear and
legible, so that it may be read with com?
fort, even by the aged. Its entire mecha?
nical execution will be of the highest order.
Our columns will be enriched by corres?
pondence and contributions from the
other Southern States, and, occasionally,
from Europe and our missionary stations
abroad. The entertainment and instruc?
tion of the young-especially the child?
ren-will not be forgotten; and our vene
ble friend, "Uncle Fabian," so well and
favorably known to the readers of the
Confederate Baptist, will resume bis labors
in their behalf. In short, we possess all
the facilities reauisite to produce a paper
of thc first rank. As such, we offer it to
our brethren, and solicit their generous
The Baptist will bo issued as soon as a
sufficient number of subscribers have been
TERMS- $:? a yt ar, payable on the recep
j tion of the first number.
j All communications will bc addressed to
; 'T/<e Baptist, Columbia, S. C."
J. L. REYNOLDS,
A. K. DURHAM,
I Jan 2f Editora and Proprietors.
j " HARVEY'S ITCH OINTMENT !
IT cures Itch in twenty-four bonis, lt
cures all kinds of Itch Harb.-r's It-h,
Camp Itch, Tetter Itch. Pile Itch, Scald
head Itch For sah- bv
FISHER & HEIN1TSH, Pharmacists.
A Great Medicine for Horses, Mules,
mHE GERMAN HORSE POWDER-the
JL only safe medicine, and the . nb good
medicine worth giving to a hoi -e. 'or all
diseases to which horses and mules are
subject. It improves their condition, makes
j them serviceable, renders them valuable,
makes them sleek and beautiful. For sale
i by FISHER Sc HEINITSH, Druggists.
Muirs, Horses, Coirs, ?fcc.
By JACOB LEVIN.
TO MORROW MORNING, at half-past 10
o'clock, in front of the Court House, I
Harness, fte., ftc.
Huron, Lani. <vc.
By JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUESDAY MORNING next, I will sell,
ai thc oki stand, sumer of Assembly and
5 casks very superior Canvassed Hams.
1 lind, prime Bueon Sides.
20 tubs superior Lard, in 50-lb. packages.
Boxes Family Soap;
Kita prime Butter.
Bags Onions, ftc. March 3 2
eoe Carolinian copy.
1 The City of Columbia vs. Estate J. J. Kin?
sler. Execution for Cily Tus>:<, SiJ,105.5i.
BY virtue of tin; above writ of /'uri furias
to mc directed, I will sell, before thc
Court House in Columbia, within the legal
hours, on the iirst MONDAY and TUES?
DAY it March next,
'the following REAL ESTATE, to wit:
One ot of Land, in thc city of Columbia,
situated ?.'id fronting on Richardson street
52 feet, more ( r less, and running back to
Assembly street 417 feet4 inches; together
with the Bricks anj Out-buildings there?
on; bounded South by tho old Branch
Rank lot, formerly owned by the Rev. Dr.
Adger, Wost by Assembly street. North by
lot of Dr. Frederick Marks and East by
A lot of Land, ii; Richland District, con?
taining two acres, m*re or less, bo'unded
South, by .laun s Turrar, West hy the road
leading to Butcher Town, North by lands
formerly owned by R. N. Lewis and Dr. A.
W. Kennedy, and East by James M. Craw?
ford. Levied on as the property of John
.1. Kinsler, deceased, at thc suit of the
City of Columbia vs. John J. Kinsler, de?
ceased. Terms cash.
A One-story Framed Building, 20 by 40
feet, fronting on Washington stieet, occu?
pied by F. Stavenbagen as a dry goods and
shoe store.! Levied on as tho property of
Scott ,V Heriot, at the suit of T' M. Bristol
vs. Wm. E. Scott. Terms cash.
All thc- right, title and interest of John
H. Kinsler in fifteen (1,000) hundred acres
of laud, in Richland District, and all the
buildings thereon, about fourteen miles
above Columbia, on Cedar Creek-bounded
on the South by lands of Joseph Douglass,
A. C. Row and James Lever: West bylands
of the Estate of Felix Turnipsced and
' George Keith: North by lands of N. J.
j Dubard. John Lever and Estate of Felix
? Turnipsced; East by lands of A. F. Du
I l ard and Joseph Douglass; levied on as
I the property ot John H. Kinsler, at the
suit of the Exchange Bank of Columbia
? vs. .T.ibn H. Kinsler. Terms cash.
! Keb '.) i J. E. DENT. S. R. D.
Toothache Cured in One Minute
rTUIE most violent toothache relieved
JL one minute. For sale bv
FISHER \ HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
Fine Weather fer Gardens.
CHIALL and buy your Seeds. All louds,
j at lo\# rates. Peas, Cabbages, Tur?
nips, Beans Be. . s. Corn. Tomatoes- -a full
s pp'.y, at Els ER ft HEINITSH,
Jan 17 Druggists.
mm m Mum.
jr II HUS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
j *y new crop.
15 bbls. Muscovado Molasses - new crop.
30 " " Sugar.
I 10 " Extra C
I 5 " " Crushed "
j 3 " " Pulv.
100 sacks Liverpool Salt, sc&adess s&eks"
j at $3.35.
100 lbs. English Blur Stone, at 14c.
j 2,(Mil) lbs. " Copperas, . C.jc.
Lrt store and for sale by
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 18 On Plain street,
GREEN PEAS, GREEN CORN. TOMA?
TOES, Poaches. Pine Apple, Lobsters,
j ?salmon, Oysters, Cranbury Sauce, Egg
: Plums, Pie Fruits, fresh Mackerel, Sar?
dines, English and American Pickles, Cat?
sups, Sauces, ftc. On hand and for sale
low bv J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
FIFTY doz. Bas* ft Co. s PALE ALE,
for sale vcr. 'ow. by
Feb 24 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
CH2KSE! CHEESE! 4
C) jr BOXES choico CUTTING CHEESE,
?UtJ just received by
Feb -.) J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
FOR the information of all concerned,
we state that our terms are CASH BE?
FORE DELIVERY OF GOODS. Orders
sent us from country and elsewhere will
receive no attention unless accompanied
with cash to pay the bill.
_Ang 12 J. ft T. R. AGNEW._
1 f\(} CII0ICE Sugar-cured HAMS, just
JL\/\/ received and for sale bv
Jan 25 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
; *)r\f\ BOXES HERRINGS, just received
?j\J\) and for sale at 60c. per box bv
Jan P.) J. A T. R. AGNEW.
"'BEWARE OF THAT COUGHT7"
THE changing seas..:i is productive of
many afflictions of the lungs and
throat. ? small cough is thc voice of na?
ture telling you to beware of the danger of
j a neglected cough. For all kinds of cough
\ and affections of the lungs, use "STAN
! LEY'S COUGH SYRUP." lt will cure you.
I Begin at on cot Don't delay. Go to FISHER
j A HEINITSH, and ask "for "Stanley's."
I They aro the proprietors. Nov 0
Queen's Delight I!
HAVI" you tried the QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT, the great American blood
i punIh i'.-' If not, do so at once. It is, with
I out any exception, tho greatest medicine
out. Don't get anv other blood cleanser.
: For salo bv FISHER ft HEINITSH, and
j E. E. JACKSON. _ Feb :i
Thc Two-Shilims- foui?h Remedy!
ACOMBINATION of Wild Cherry and
Tar. A valuable cough cure-for con
! sumption, coughs,colds, asthma, influenza,
j catarrh and all lung diseases. Only 20
! cents a bottle. For sale by
I FISHER ft HEINITSH, Pharmacists.