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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
JL JLAVJEJI-X _L-?3L,
f Hg GLEANER,
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Office on Main street, a few doors above
?ayli r (or Camden) street.
TERMS-IN AD VA NCR.
Dailv Paper, six months.? I 00
Tri-Wiekiv " " . 2 50
Weekly, " ' " " . 1 50
Inserted at 75 cents per square for the first
insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent. .
Weekly 7"> cents eacli insertion.
je?"*.', liberal discount made on the above
rates totten advertisements are inserted by
t:ie month or year.
A GOLD STORY.-The Denver (Co?
lorado) News says that there isa cu?
rious rumor from tho mountains, by
a gentleman just clown, that :i re?
markable pocket or cavity 1ms been
found in ono or the mines near (?ve
gory Point, tho walls of which arc :
absolutely lined or plated with gold.
Tts informant has seen a small speci- j
mon from it, which was valued at |
8200. Tin- discoverers seem to bc j
keeping il a secret.
THE HAVANA LOTTERY.-It is said i
that tlu- Spanish gentleman who drew j
thc ?100,000 prize this tinto left
his ticket in Havana, and told thc j
person that ho left it with that, if he
drew tho s I oo, OOO prize, he might ,
keep ?30,000 for himself, givo$30,000
to the pooi% $10,000 to Iiis clerk, and !
830,000 they might send lo him in
Spain. When he linds that ho has
really drawn the prize, lie may pro
bably want to back oat.
A '.deconsecrating service" was j
?iedd recently in the Church of St.
Mary's, Somerset, Thames street, '
London, the site having been sold fur
secular purposes. The sermon was
preached from the text, "Tho hour
cometh when ye shall in this inonu- j
iain, nor yet at Jerusalem, worship j
the Father." \
TO WOOD CONTRACTORS.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, March 23, 1SI;7.
PROPOSALS will be received by the City :
Council for furnishing 200 CORDS
best quality Long Leaf PINE Wot ID, tobe 1
delivered and corded at the Water Works, j
Rills will bc lef* at this oflice on or heron: '
Tncsdav, April 2. Bvorderof the Council.
.). s. McMAHON, City Clerk.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
MPASSENGERS leaving Colnmbiaon
the 11.-10 a. m. train, can get DINNER
;C Kingsville on the arrival of tho
cars, at I 20. C. A. SCOTT.
Mareh 2:1 12 _
Family Flour, ?kc
TWENTY bbls. FAMILY FLOUR, unex?
celled in qualitv.
25 bbls. good BROWN SUGAR, at 12ic.
ncr pound. Received to-dav and for sale
by C. H. BALDWIN A- CO.
FULTON MARKET SMOKED REEF
ami Tl ?NC. EES.
Tubs choice GOSHEN BUTTER, ai 40c.
Bags and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at iOc;
a fresh lot -superior.
Bbls. and boxes Breakfast Bacon.
Milk. Rutter, Trenton, Sugar, Wine and
Hocker's Self-raising FLOUR-genuine.
Rbis. Jersey Peach-blow Potatoes.
And for sale at FAIR PRICES bv
March 23 C. IE BALDWIN X- CO.
^HE right to manufacture and sell the
GEORGIA COTTON PLANTER is
imed to A. E. COLTON, Columbia, s. C.
ALBANY PACKHAM. Patentee.
The above Planter ia the invention of a
?orgia cotton-growi r, and is tin- onlvone
use which does the work of four hands,
ul does m.t clog tho seed.
i..fl? )N'T REY ANY ETHER.
A. R. COLTON.
J. F. EISENMANN,
Merchant Tailor, !
, tf A S REMOVED to bis OLD STAND,
^4? a. Volger's Block, between thc stores j
i, fl"n upied by Messrs. Browne .v Schir
'I ?? mer and Calnan A Krender, where he
will be happy to see his old friends and I
patrons, and will endeavor to give the j
satisfaction which ins former efforts have
usually accorded to him.
.tf >T RECEIVED.
A small assortment of Spring CASSI
MERES and CLOTHS. Every exertion
??viii be HM djto please. March 21 13
BACON! BACON ! !
CLEAR SIDES, strips and Shoulders
all sound and sweet.
March 22 _ J. C. SEEGERS & CO.
FLOUR '. FLOUR ! !
FIFTY bbls. Extra and Superfine Flour,
at J. C. SEEGERS & CO.'S.
THE FRANKLIN BRICK MA
. CHINE, justly celebrated for pei feet sim
i plieity, gn at si ont-th tmd immensecom
I pressing power, is gu?rante? d, with eight
J m n and two horses, t.> self-temper tho
, clay and make 3,000 to 3,500 clemant brick's
j per hour. J. H. RENICK, Proprii tor, No.
j Tl Broadway. New York Hoi.m 28
j F?bl J 3mo
j AllTIFICLYL EYES_ARTIFICIAL
j HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
I by DM. F. BAUCHandP. GOUGELMANN,
'? (f irmerly employed by Boissoaneau, Paris,)
j No. 30!> Broadway. New York. Oct 17 ly
I COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP,
j This celebrated Toilet Soup, in such
? universal demand, is made from the
choicest materials, is mil?! and emol?
lient in its nature, fragt-? nt ly scented,
and extremely beneficial in Rs action
upon the skin. For sale by ail Druggists I
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv I
Thc Gravest Maladies
OF YOUTH ANO EARLY MANHOOD.
Howard Association Essays, on the phy?
siology of the passions, and thc errors,
abuses and diseases peculiar to the first
agc of man, with reports on new methods
of treatment employed in this institution, j
Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of I
charge. Address Du. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Phila?
delphia, Pa. .?:ii: 15 3mo
BATCHELOR** HA?i? DYE_Th:
splendid Hair Dye is the b. gt in the world.
by all druggists and*pi rfuiin rs. Factory
SI Barclay street. New York. ? 2~ Beware |
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly I
CONSUMPTION ANO RHEUMA?
TISM.-Consumptive pi rsons will find, in
addition to the ordinary medicines pre-J
scribed, such as "Cod Liver Oil," "nypo- j
phosphite of Lime."' "Expectorants," &C, !
a valuable ami certain remedy in the j
"Queen's Delight Compound." lt restores i
the weak to strength, it stimulates thecir
culation, ii invigorates the system, itpuri- I
fies tho blood. Taken with Cod Liver Oil,
consumption may be disarm cl of its ter?
ror and a cure speedily accomplished.
In rheumatism, everything depends
upon the purity of blood. What is rheu?
matism? A humor in the blood, which, if
not removed, produces painful swellings
and enlargement of the joints. The
''Queen's Delight" will remove all humors
of tho blood. Seo advertisement. None
genuine without the copy-right mark. For I
salo by FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists.
Feb 12 tus
Yoi' can buv a CEN at
^><Z retail for $3.50* Wholesale
merchants supplied at such I
r "'"V ?prices as to warrant an ex- '
amination. Call at the office of the Cotton
Gin Warehouse. A. R. COLTON.
March 20 Imo
i)AA Bli LS. SUPER. FLOUR.
?\J\J 100 bbls. Extra
. no bbls. choice Family "
2? " Hecker's Self-raising "
On hand and for sale low bv
March 1G J. & T. lb AGNEW.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
~t f\ RECS choice GOSHEN PUTTER.
J. V/ 500 lbs. fresh COUNTRY
.10 boxes CUTTING CHEESE.
lu " English DairvCHEESE. Tn store
and for sal?; low. E. & G. D. HOPE.
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
WHOLE and half barrels- ires!: and
good. J. C. SEEGERS & CO.
Real Meerschaum Pipes.
A NEW LOT jn-t received. For sale
TL 1<>W for cash at
March 22 J. C. SEEGERS & CO.'S.
Soda Biscuit. Sugar Crackers, &c.
QA BBLS. SODA BISCUIT. SUGAR
/ CRACKERS, butter and Boston
Cra ;kers, just received and for sale low by
tlc barrel or at retail bv
March 16 J. A T. Pi. AGNEW.
ONE THOUSAND gallons choice CUBA
200 "allons New Orleans SYRUP. For
sale low. E. A <r. D. HOPE.
TKE SECRET SENTINEL !
A SPEAKING WATCHMAN! Never
cats, drinks or sleeps. ( lan 1 ic seen at
the COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE.
?? Visitors an- requested not to call
after dark. March Pl
CORN AND PEAS.
TWO THOUSAND bushels prime White I
and Yellow CORN.
400 bushels sound CLA? PEAS, in store i
and for salo bv E. A ti. D. HOPE.
Virginia Mountain Butter.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED lbs., superior
quality, for sale bv the firkin, at
RICHARD O'N?ALE & SON'S,
March 8 Cotton Town.
JPJAS REMOVED from his ol,', stun.:.
tu thc new store m Palmer's Building, miu
WINES, LIQUORS 'and CIGAltS re?
ceived dailv. and .sold at LOWEST MAE
Corn, Oats. Peas. & c., always on hand.
*y Prices attractive, and every atten?
tion paid to wants <?!' customers.
Choice Hams, &c.
Q TIERCES DAVIS. Jr.. Diamond Hams,
rj 15 bbls. .1' rscy Peach Blow Potatoes,
Firkins and tubs Goshen Butter,
Stilton, Factory, Pine Apple and Goshen
15 kitts fresh No. 1 Mackerel,
Hhds. prime Bacon Sides, &c, &c,
Just received and tor salo bv
March 12 C. ll. BALDWIN* (X).
ll. & M I SWAFF?BLB, ;
March 14 RFD FT.LS ROW. I
y HAMS, ;
Bags primo I,.'
FAMILY FLOl ...
With other FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
The subscribers arc receiving, and will i
at an early dav have :n store, a large stock j
of GROC?RI?S and PROVISIONS, of .-e.- ?
It will ho not onlv our aim, but deter?
mination, tooffer only FRESH GOODS, , ,
from first hands, at BATES As LOW AS j '
THIS MARKET AFFORDS.
Mardi 12 C. IE [?ALDWIN A (XE
FLOUR, CORN, Sec.
rr f~\?\?\ BUSHELS WHITE CORN.
O.UUU 1.500 bushels OATS. i
50 bute. IRISH POTATOES-$5.
150 bids. Super. Extra FAMILY FLOUR, j
1,500 bushels YELLOW CORN.
5 hhds. CLEAR SIDES. For sal.- b\
March 0 EliOWNE A SCHIEMEE. ! (
COOPER'S DOUBLES ACTION
Patent Revolver ! !
DO YOU WANT ONE? i.
IHAVE just re.-, ived the State agen cv !
for COOPER'S DOUBLE ACTION PA?
TENT REVOLVER- NINE DIFFERENT
SIZES. It is cocked with equal facility by i
tho hammer or trigger, and combines se- |
enrity from accidents and celerity of lire.!
The Pistol is similar in finish and calibre !
Wholesale dealers will find it to their ad?
vantage to purchase these in preference to
any other Pistol.
Call at the office of the Cotton Gin Ware- i
honst: and see for vonrselves.
March 7 6mo A. R. COLTON.
Plow Moulds! Plow Moulds!
r?S^S~\ SWEDES PLOW MOULDS,
OUU just received and for salo bv
March s J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
""CA BOXES CUTTING CHEESE.
t?\J 10 kegs Goshen and State BETTER.
For sab- LOW bv the package.
March 7 ' E. ,v G. D. HOPE.
TEN bbls. He. ker's Self-raising FLOUR.
20 li Extra N. C. FLOUR.
March 7 .1. ?UN C. SEEGERS k CO.
SARDINES ! SARDINES ! !
ONE THOUSAND boxes Sardines, inst,
received, and for sale at TWENTY
L'ENTS per box.
March 6 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
i ?\ BBLS. PEACH-BLOW POTATOES, j
4-U ins! r< ce: : -d and for sale low by I
March 7 J. & T. li. AGNEW.
Mackerel and Cheese. j
ii\ KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL, pm np
-rv f expressiv for familv ns.-.
4i) boxes choice t ETTING CHEESE. i
Just re.viv. d and for sale low bv
March 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
TWO HUNDRED Sugar-cured Hams,
just received, and for sale at TWENTY
CENTS per pound bj
Ma-eh 6 .L A T. B. AGNEW. j
Southern School Readers,
I?V?E beginners and advanced scholars.
1 SOUTHERN SPELLERS and Phi- i
MERS, by R. Sterling, A. M., of North j
STERLING SOUTHERN COPY BOOKS. |
All the above are neatly printed on good i
paper, and are recommended by the North I
Carolina Superintendent of Public Schools
and by the I "gislature of Alabama.
For sale P
M tTERS, BOOKSTORE,
Oppoen uawyers' Ra&ge, Columbia.
March 0 R. L. BRYAN.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
-r-K=r^ ."> HMDS. MUSCOVADO
ffm^r-n^ ?LASSES -n< w ci i p.
ftdUss?i 13 bbls. do. do.
30 '? Muscovado SUGAR.
10 " Extra C "
:?hsh Blue stone, at li?
Couperas, at fi ?c.
. No. 2 3LACKEBEL.
No. 1 MACKEREL.
:> hhds. Clear BACON SIDE>, at reduced
.) linds. Lae.MI Shoulders.
Bbls. Gibson's X, XX, Xi'X. WHISKEY.
Bbls. <>. Bliss- Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
" Cern ami live domestic
" Heiland Anchor GIN.
" American Hope "
;- Binct and BocheUe BRANDY.
" Jamaica and Santa Cruz Rum.
'; Sweet Malaga Wine.
" Cherry and Madeira Wine.
-i Catalognia Claret Wine.
" Staughton Bitters.
Boxes Poker's and Krauter Bitters.
" Curacoa and Anniseed Cordial,
" Wi He's Schiedam Schnapps.
With a general stock of GENUINE LI?
QUORS, worthy attention of purchasers, at
fair prices. ( all and examine tho above
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
m at inducements will be offered.
A. E. SOLOMON.
Si pond dour from Shiver House,
March I? On Plain strei t.
*i Au v V
rs THE undersigned has
y-A just ree. ?ved his SPBINGc?S?a
rifer?&STOCK ('F CLOCKS, which is the
argest and best selected brought herc in
i number er' years, and which can be
?ought a: a great advantage. Ho has also
>n hand a large and well selected stock ot'
Dawson, Warren A Hyde's
Ladles' and Gent's Tip-top Pens.
fi A' r A IR IN G ,
In :-,':'? its branches. HAIR WORK BRAID?
ED ant MOUNTED.
March ."> At J. Sulzbacher A Co.'t?.
Xx ABD LARB,
THIRTY bbls. Standard and Ture LEAF
.JO kegs pure LEAF LARD.
Just received and for sale ?ow bv
March_3 J. A- T. R. AGNEW".
G-arden Rakes, Hoes
And Ofarden Implements.
4 FULL simply of GARDEN RAKES,
?\_ GARDEN HOES, GARDEN FORKS,
sPADES. SHOVELS, TROWELS, fcc, on
land and for .-ale bv
March 3 .LAT. R. AGNEW.
thu .sV.;,.. of Hie Colder Pad-Lor!:.
rr BBLS. puro WHITE KEROSENE OIL,
LJ just received and for sale bv
March 2 JOHN 'c. DIAL.
?THRESH Rf ?LL COUNTRY BUTTER I'
V s?lele- FISHER & LOWRANCE.
HAVING opened my office
??p?^2?p'-*s? permanently in Columbia, I
ff^Wil\\ may be found at ail hours at
^'--d-0_5--? the rooms over R. C. Ander
lon's .-tore, eu Main street.
Jan ? D. P. GREGG.
ni REEN I'EAS, GREEN CORN. TOMA
UT Toi'.S. Poaches, Pine Apple, Lobster.-,
ialmon, Oysters, Cranbury Sance, 1"..'^
^nms. Pie Fruits, fresh Mackerel, Sar
lines, English and American Pickles, Cat
nps, Sauci s, .'. c. On band and for sah
ow bv J. A T. R. AGNEW."
Feb 2 !
ITEX THOUSAND lbs. prime CLEA!
BIBBED BACON SIDES. Fer sale
ow foreasdi onlr. E. A G. I'. HOPE.
ITUFTY bbls. CRUSHED, POWDERED
1 and COFFEE SUGARS. For salo by
Fell 22 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Teas ! Teas ! !
A T VERY HIGH PRICES.
The verv best that can bo had. Just re
eive dby' FISHER & LOWRANCE.
HWNE HUNDRED packages Nos. 1 and 3
^ * MACKEREL, in kits, quarter, hall
,nd whole barrels, of warranted quality
nd weight. E. & G. D. HOPE.
Feb 23 _
FINE NORTHERN APPLES.
4 boxes LEMONS.
10 boxes LAYER RAISINS.
10 half boxes LAYER RAISINS.
March 8 JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
.I? AID OF THE
SOUTHERN ORPHAN ASSOCIATION :
'jinia, January 30, 1807.
TO BE GIVES AT THE
Maryland Institute, Baltimore,
A I'JUL 30, 1SG7.
riliiF profits of this Concert will bc given
I to theSouthcrn Orphan's Association,
to thc subjoined address nom the officers
of which we call the attention of the public:
We, the ollieers ol' tho Southern Or?
phan's Association, for thc maintenance
and education of the destitute orphans of
deceaseil Southern soldiers . and sailors,
earnestly solicit the sympathy and co-ope?
ration in our Grand Presentation Concert,
of all who desire to see the
" HOME A XI) s c ir 0 O L "
Enabled to receive and caro for all the
needy ones, who seek its shelter and pro?
Thanking our friends for their past con?
tributions and assistance, we again appeal
to them to help us in a more extensive en?
terprise. It-is the design of this Associa?
tion to erect a "HOME AND SCHOOL"for
thc orphans of the South, both male and
female, on an extensive scale, in the cityof
Richmond, Virginia. Asan inducement to
have tho building located there, the Com- j
mon Council of that city have guaranteed I
a sufficient lot of land, in an elevated and |
healthful location, and will increase thc
quantity of land it needed.
I; is with a confident hope in a favorable
response to this appeal to a public which
iias never yet failed to sustain a charitable
institution, that we have entered into an
arrangement with Messrs. L. T. PALMER
A CO., No. 13 Hollidav street, Dal- -non-,
to organize a GRAND MUSICAL PRE?
SENTATION CONCERT for its benefit,
and earnestly solicit tho kindly aid and pa?
tronage of tue publie to insure i;.-> success.
Mrs. J. L. H AMARINO, President.
Mrs. Dr. J. R. BEAN, Vice-President.
Mrs. E. A. F. M KAUS. Treasurer.
Mrs. Dr. A. G. KIMBERLY, Cor. Sec'y.
Mr. S. H. SCHIERS, Recording Secretary.
Dr. A. G. KIMBERLY, Financial Sec'y.
Baltimore, February -. 1N;7.
Mrs. E. A. F. MEARS, Baltimore , Md.
Mrs. J. H. SCHIERS,
Mrs. J. L. HAMMOND, " "
Mrs. W. L. BOSTOCK,
Mrs. A. HAWKINS,
Mrs. Dr. A. G. KIMBERLY, "
Mrs. CHAS. MCCUBBIN, " *;
Mrs. Dr. J. B. BEAN,
It may seem unnocessary to add a .-ingle
word to tho above address, but calls upon
thc institution have been so numerous and
pressing, and the struggle through which
it is now passing to widen th? circle of its
charities, ia of such an arduous naturi',
that thc management cann <t too strongly
urge upon the humane and pathetic every?
where an active participation in this addi?
tional attempt to alleviate the sad condi?
tion of grout numbers ol helpless children,
rendered tims by tho terri!.ie war through
which wc have passed. And, assuredly,
whatever may h av?- Peen the relative po?
litical views of ladies and. geutlemeu here?
tofore, all must agree that the children
referred to could not, by any possibility,
have had any agency in bringing about
their present deplorable and destitute con?
dition, and aro suitable objects for the
charity of all persons, of whatever shade
of political opinion. Tile "Home and
Sch<.ol" which tlu-y now more particularly
seek to establish and endow, will be of in?
calculable benefit, by providing not only
food and raiment for these helpless ones,
but likewise solid and thorough education;
.'nos qnalifving them for future usefulness
to society at large.
In order that this appeal may be efleet
ual in enlisting the active interest and co?
ot.erat ?on of all cia.-ses of poi s, .ns every?
where, we have conclude.', to issue for tlie
OOO tickets., at thc nominal price of il
each a single ticket entitling tho par
chaser to a gift-there being ono gift to
every ticket. The gifts are as fallows:
1. An eleganl Farm, of 211 acres,
improved w itli extensive dwellings
au? out-buildings, saw and gri.-t
mill, making the property ?nv.du?
2. A gift of $10,000 in gold, valued a:. 13,500
3. A Farm of ten acres, highlv im?
proved, near the cityof Baitimor?. 10,000
1. A gift in Greenbacks . 5,000
5. A Three-story Brick House, with
modern improvements, in Balti?
0. A. Three-story Brick House, with
mod. rn improvements, in Balti
7. A Two-story Brick House, with
modern improvements, in I'.:.?li?
8. Two g:it.s in Greenbacks, $1,000
gifts in GIN
PJ. Two Grand Pianos, Stciifs.. 1,500
13. Two Grand Pianos, SteirFs. 1,000
l l. Four Square Pianos, S500 each -j,ono
15. 'J'en Parlor Organs, $150 each.. 1,500
io. tine hundred Cent's Gold
Watches, $150 ? ach. 15,000
17. One hundred Ladies1 Gold
Watches. S10O each. 10,000
is. Fiftv Silver-plated Tea S< is, .$75
19. Ono hundred Elliptic Sewing Ma?
chines, $7.') each. 7,000
20. One hundred eleni's Silver
Watches, $05 each... 0,500
21. One hundred Ladies'Fine Gold
Chains and Pin, $40 each. 4,000
.2. Two hundred Oil Paintings, $20
23. Five hundred Bibles, $20 each.. 10,000
24. Two thousand copies Pollard's
Southern History, $5. 10,000
20. Two thousand Photographic Al?
bums, $5. 10,000
20. Two thousand Fine Gold Pens,
in cases, $5. 10,000
27. Fivo hundred Plain Gold Rings,
*8 each. 4,000
2s. Two thousandst-b Silver-plated
TcaSpoous, . 0,000
2s. Two thousand Cal I Dells, Napkin
Kings, fcc, S3. f.,000
The balance eonsis thc following
Musical Instrument -,
Ladies" Work Boxes,
Ladies' and lieut's (doves,
Ladies' and Gent's Hiding Whips,
Office and Parlor Furniture,
Black Walnut Frames,
Engravings, &c, &c.
The whole amounting to an aggregate ot
500,000 Vaina!.ie ( .in--.
PLAN' OF DRAWING.
Duplicate numbers, from 1 to 500,000,
are placed in a wheel; the first number,
when drawn out. draws the highest or first
gift: the second muni)'!-, when drawn out,
the next highest or second gift, Ac, until
the- whole number is drawn.
Tho distribution will take placo after tho
Concert, where G,000 persons can witness
it. A committee, will he chosen from thc
audience to take charge of the same.
All agents and purchasers will bo sup?
plied with a correct list of tho awards af5
soon as published.
.HOW TO OBTAIN TICKETS.
Tickets will be supplied to all Booksell?
ers, Druggists, Music- Dealers, &c., where
they can bc obtained at il each, or in
quantities at club rates.
Circulars, containing full instructions
and terms to agents, viii be mailed upon
receipt of a stain]' lor return postage.
Orders may be sont, tous enclosing thc
money, from i l to f25, in a registered let?
ter, stamp enclosed, at ?-ur risk. Lat ger
amounts liv post ellice order, draft or ex?
press, at the following club rates.
5 Tickets to one address.i 4 ?il
10 Tie-lo ts to one address. '.> !I0
20 Tickets to one address. IS 00
50 Tickets to on?- address. tl 00
The names ol'tho agents will be pub?
lished from the Central < xii.-.-.
Tickets will bc suppli?e! to agents at 15
per cent, discount.
Under and in pursuance of the provi?
sions of tin- [sit ern al Revenue law, his
Honor, thoConimissiemorof Int? rna 1 Reve?
nue, has, upon dc- proof, granted a per?
mit to the Sou'.!:? rn Orphan's Association
t<> h.?ld its Gitl Concert exempt from all
charges, whether from the special tax or
other duty, in resp? ci to such Gift Con?
This is a protection to all agents, and
exempts them from any :.!. d :;il liability for
license, tax or otherwise.
This exemption i> made upon the ground
that the proc? eds of the salo of tickets for
this concert are to be devoted to a chari?
table object, and is bul another evidence
of thc favor and consideration with which
our efforts have been constantly met in
nearly every direction.
Lieut. Gen. c. T. Beauregard, Nev.' Or?
leans;?.'. McKeoverA Co., Baltimore;Brig.
Gen. Jeff. Thompson, New Orleans; Maj.
Ctn s. p.. Buckner. New Orleans; J. B.
Bean, M. D.. Balli:;:.,.-. : .!. Balderston, M.
I).. Baltimore; -I. S. Morrow, Publisher,
Baltimore: J. E. Nimmo, Baltimore; C. 51.
H. CLAY BALLAM, Esq.. Counsellor.
Ali onK-rs and communications should
bo addressed to iii? Central Office.
L. T. PALM MR A CO.,
No. 13HolIi'.lav street;, Ballimore,
March 1?'. ' Managing Directors. _
To Builders and iron Founders.
THE COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC
BUILDINGS ar . ?1? -irons of receiving
Lenders for thc erect:-m of a neve JAIL, to
be built in the city -?! Columbia. Plans
m-l specifications can be seen and all
ither information obtained :;t the office of
the Architects. Messrs. Kay A Hewetson,
tn and after M mday, 2."th instant.
Tenders must be encl: sod, under seal,
io the Architects, or: ? before 12 M.. Tues?
ta v. April 2, IS07.
Th? Commissioners .'. > not bunt them?
selves to accept tin lowest or any tender.
D. ::. MILLER,
Sec. Com. Public Buildings R. D.
Feb 10 tu;'.
Printing Material For Sale.
A N assortnn nt of TYPE and MATERI?
AL. AL. sufficient t?> publish ;-. 1 ree sized
taper, is offered for sale at a very roason
ibie price. Th? TYPE is as good af new.
?or further particulars, apply at this
duce. ' Feb 23
?k. inn 13CL.X.7. .cition ?
k NEW and 'empleo assortment just
?JL received. ALSO.
An el.-vam assortment of FISHING
TACKLE Rods, Reds. Robs, Hooks,
.ines, Ac. At LOW PRICES.
J>. W. Kit A FT.
Washington stn et, opposite old Jail.
N. ll. Manufacturing and repairing
mbstantial'v and \ .< nt!??. executed.
May 20 " ly
Gibson's Patent Cultivator Plows.
_ JUST received, a snp
.><N. ply rd '..-se SUPERIOR
torses and hand.-,. For sah bv the agents,
March 3 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
BALES GUNNY BAGGING, extra
50 coils?MAN??i'LA ROPE.
1 bale BAGGING TWINE.
The above in store at reduced rates.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second deo:- from Shiver House,
Oct is On Plain street.
HOES AND CHAINS.
it the Sign of ike froldeh Pad-Lock.
P|NE HUNDRED doz. HOES, assorted
t^f qualities and sizes.
300 pairs TRACE CHAINS, assorted,
I" store and forsale CHEAP for CASHbj
Jan 24 JOHN C. DIAL.
L?OR SALE at the
C PntENIX OFFICE.