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Come to Mc
"0, whon wilt Thoa como unto me?"
Como to mo, Lord, when ?rst I wake
AB tho faint lights of morning break;
Bid purest thoughts within me riso,
Liko crystal dow-dropa in tho skies.
Come to me in tho sultry noon
Or earth's low commumngs will soon
Of Thy dear face eclipse tho light.
And chango my fairest day to night.
Come to me in tho evening shade
And if my heart from Thee hath strayed,
O, bring it back, and from afar, j
Smile on mo like Thine evening star.
Come to me in tho midnight hour
Whon sleep withholds her balmy power;
Let my lone spirit find its rest? ,
Liko John, upon my Saviour's breast.
Come to me through lifo's varied way
Ami when its pulses cease to play,
Then, Saviour! bid me como to Thoe,
That whero Thou art Thy ohild may bo.
Fashions ?nd Follies of Hair.
"A woman's glory is her hair," baa
been often quoted. If it be, sho is
determined to dim it in these days of
artificiality and fashionable folly.
Now she twists not only her own hair,
but as much as she can purchase, into
tho most unseemly and grotesque
shapes, marring, as with premedi?
tated bad taste, every graceful curve
and every Une of beauty. A fashion?
able woman's head at present is a
wonder of unsightliness. One would
not think so many of tho sex could,
without positive genius for the hide?
ous, so deform themselves as they do
in a single sitting. They rise in tho
morning and go from the bath comely
and dmr ming as nature created them.
They appear two hours after, fresh
from tho hands of their maids or
their own manipulations, elaborately
wrought out of all symmetry ana
attractiveness, especially in regard to
Ingenuity appears to have been ex?
hausted, of late years, to make a wo?
man's hair look like anything else
to give her head a size, and form, and
proportion, little less than repulsive.
Curls, crimps, bands, waterfalls, and
we know not what, vie with each
other in destroying tho fairsemblanco
of the human head. Tho moro homely
a fash ion, the moro likely it is to be a
favorite. The moro unbecoming, the
moro apt it is to endure. One cannot
go into a company that pretends to
be elegant, without having his eyes
?tuned by the uncouthness of tho i
air dressing and the distortion of all
that good taste would suggest. He is
reminded of stage goblins, or of his
childish notions of the monsters of
tho Arabian tales. Oh! for a few
bravo, sensible women, who would
dare to bo natural, dare to defy the
dictates of fashion, when fashion
arrays itself against simplicity,'fitness
and grace. Those few who could
reform the foibles and insanities of
dress. What they did, others would
be bold to do, and the reign of rea?
son and beauty would begin again.
The present style of wearing tho
waterfall on top of the head-it was
bad enough behind it-is simply a
deformity. It destroys the propor?
tion of the head; is an excrescence
that no one can keep from desiring
to remove, even by violence. A wo?
man might as well have a bump on
her back, or walk on stilts, as it is
said she did in the early days of Ve?
nice, or cover one of her soft cheeks
with a black plaster, or wear rings in
her nose. But she will not believe
it; for no woman would conscien?
tiously mar her beauty, or diminish
the grace she has inherited. Who
does not long for the simple arrange
mont of the hair, os we see it in Gre?
cian statues, plainly put back from
the face, or falling over tho ears and
cheek, with a neat coil behind, or a
braid, if variety bo needed.
No woman hos a right to spoil her
appearance for fashion's sake. She
owes moro to beauty and to nature
than to tho mantna-maker or to ca?
price; and we must bolievo the time
will como when the really fine woman
will consider carefully the extent and
sacredness of her debt, and discharge
it conscientiously and religiously.
[New York O cue ti e.
THB FASHION OF NO CRINOLINE.
Tho Paris correspondent of the
Chicago Republican, writes as follows
concerning a matter which will bo of
interest to our lady readers. Speak?
ing of the court ball, ho says: "Not
a crinoline was to be seen. These
articles have gone entirely out of
fashion. The most remarkable toiletto
was that of a Kassian lady, who wore
a gray silk with a train threo yards
long, covered with silvor tulle, loop?
ed up with a wreath of natural tea
roses. Tho corsago was nearly im?
perceptible, except when tho dia?
monds gleamed; and a bird of Para?
dise perched upon her head, attached
by a diamond, from which dropped
tho long plume upon her shoulders.
The Garden of Plants, Paris, now
possesses a beaver from Canada, to
which comfortable quarters have been
assigned on tho banks of tho rivulet
which intersects a part of tho mena?
gerie. Desirous of meeting tho
wisher, of tho now comer in every
possiblo respect, tho administration
had provided a hut for it; but the
Canadian stranger, having inspected
tho premises and not found them to
his tasto, has pulled them down, and,
with tho materials, built up a new
mansion in his own way, using his tail
both as a trowel and hammer.
A Western shoe-maker advertises
for "a femalo who has a knowledge
of fitting boots with a good moral
??i TUB ?TAHKKE.-Admirai femmes,
of the Memphis Bulletin, draws tho
following lively piotnre of the Yankee
"The individual energy, industry
and enterprise of this r markable
race is equally astonishing. They
construct tho longest railroads, dig
the deepest canals, and build the
finest ships of any people in the
world. When we were afloat in tho
Alabama, endeavoring to prevent
these iconoclasts from pulling down
the idol of government which they
had so recently set up, if we wero in1
doubt as to tho nationality of any
ship we were pursuing, wo had only
to take a good look at her, at what?
ever distance she might be, through
our telescope, to determine at once
whether she was Yankee or not. If
she excelled- the ships of all other
nations in the symmetry of her hull,
tho length, the grace, and the taper of j
her spars; if her canvass was whiter,
her sails larger, moro beautifully set,
and 'sheeted home,' and hoisted in a
more seaman-like manner; if, in
short, like a beautiful woman, she
ravished tho beholder as well by
the swelling and graceful out?
lines of her figure, as by tho I
witchery of her drapery, we were
always sure she was Yankee.
What is it that the Yankee cannot
do? And whether ho can do it or |
not, what is it that he will not at?
tempt? He has recently invaded the |
Holy Land, intent upon uprooting
the Turk and getting possession of
tho holy sepulchre. The S ulta a had
better look out for himself. If he,
permits tho cockatrice's egg to hatch
he is gono. The Yankee will steal
his very yatagan and turban, and
swear they are his own."
The Banner office bas four female
compositors-the old Banner woman,
and threo daughters-Annie, Beckie
and Mollie-who do all tho house
work, and then set an aggregate of
10,000 ems of typo per doy. If any
printing office in this United States
can beat this, wo would like for them
to turn them loose. The Banner
family aro compositors-only seven
in number, and six type-stickers, and
tho baby, only nine years old-knows
nil the technicaltios of a printing
office-"quads," "lenas," "quoins,
&c, are familiar terms with her. If |
any printing office in the world, num?
bering tho same in family, can beat
this, wo would liko to hear from them.
Wo don't think it can bo did.
[Cleveland (Tenn.) Banner.
At tho last ball at the Tuileries, the
coiffure of her Majesty was particu?
larly remarked as being n reminis?
cence of the famous regent period.
Tho Empress wore a number of raro
black diamonds, which, at the pre?
sent moment, aro highly esteemed
and much Bought after-very large
prices being paid for this rare gem.
To Merchants and Others. |
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, ArniL, 1,1867.
TAXES on Sales of Merchandize, Halos
at Auction, .Vc., for tho quarter ending
April 1, aro due. and payment of tho same
is required to be made promptly at this
office J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
HERMAS HORSE POWDER !
For all Diseases to which a Horse is Liable.
THE various diseases to which that no?
ble and useful animal, tho horse, is
subject, and tho little, knowlcdgo that is
known of thom by farriers and ignorant
ostlers, have occasioned many remedies to
bo offored to tho public under different
forms, with high encomiums, and sanc?
tioned by dignified names. Somo of these
aro injurious; others, at best, of little uso,
and many entirely worthless, and do not
moot the want. A good medicine, freo
from objections of this kind, has long been
desired hy many gentlomcn who have va?
luable horses, wc therefore offer tho only
food medicine-tho trno "GERMAN
IORSE rOWDER." which has proved so
efficacious in all tho diseases. It is pre?
pared from the original recipe of Dr. Hei
nitsh, of Gormany. Its extraordinary vir?
tues are attested to by thousands, and for
fifty years has stood, and still stands, first
in thc estimation of all experienced farm?
ers and agriculturists as the best medicino
for tho horso. It is recommended for
horses foundered by eating to excess or
drinking cold water when heated, to such
as havo symptoms of flanders or aro ex
?)osod to tho infection by being with other
?orscs, for indigestion, distemper, hide?
bound, drowsiness, loss of appetite, inward
sprains, debility, wasting of flesh, sore
oves, swelled legs, grease, mange, surfeit,
old coughs, for exhaustion from work. It
carries off all foul humors, purifies and
cools tho blood, and prevents hornet) be?
coming stiff and foundered. It is a stimu?
lus for weak stomachs, and renders tho
limbs and skin soft and lino, giving a
smooth coat to tho hair. Ask for "Hci
nitsh's German Horso Powder." For salo
by FISHER & HEINITHII, Druggists.
Third Supply of Fresh Seed.
DAVID LA ND RETI I cO SON.
SILVER SKIN ONION SETTS, Radish,
Green-glaze Cabbage, Turnip Seed,
Peas and RcauB, Extra Early Corn, Rino
Stem Collard, now Tomato Seed and other
FISHER .V HEINITSH'S
Fob 26 . P_E"K a,ul 8eod 8^ro
Garden Rakes, Hoes i
And Garden Implements.
AFULL "upplv of OAKDEN' HARES,
GARDEN HOES, OAKDEN FORKS,
SPADES SHOVELS, TROWELS, Ac, on
hand and for salo by
March 3 J. A T. lt. A CN KW.
Ale and Porter.
TEN casks EDINRURG ALE, pints.
DURLIN PORTER, pints. For sale by
Mardi Kl <>: D. HOPE.
Thos. P. Walker
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
OFFICE in rear of tho Court Houso, for?
merly occupied by D. R. DeSaussure,
Esq. Fob 20
NEW GOOPS !
R. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE. WHICH THEY OFFER TO THE PUBLIC AT |
UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES!
IPETITIH IS TP UR IK TRADE.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDE8-S0LD I
OUR M^TTO IS
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!
OUR ASSORTMENT is LARGE and MOST BEAUTIFUL, consisting of DRY GOODS,
MILLINERY and STRAW GOODS, SHOES, Ac.
FINE LAWNS, at. 25 couts per yard.
FINE PRINTS, at.15 " "
VERY FINE BERAGES. at.30 '? " "
?S* It is our pleasure to show goods. Call and examine.
S. H. MITERS fit GO.,
Opposite old City Hotel.
IT THE REDUCES RU PRICES ! !
WE oder probably one ol'the FINEST STOCKS of|
DRY GOODS EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS -MARKET
at the REDUCED PRICES now pending! Dry Goods, of)
every description, have taken a wonderful fall, which can
be realized by looking through our stock, which is so
diversified Uiat we cannot enumerate; but say that a full
assortment of everything usually found in a FIRST-CLASS
DRY GOODS HOUSE, can be obtained from us, at
PRICES THAT ADMIT OF ? COMPETITION !
CITY and COUNTRY MERCHANTS are ottered
thc usual inducements, and invited to continue their pur
chases. R. C. SHIVER.
Guns, Pistols, Rifles !
CtOCKSt WATCHES, 4EWBUY V
Silver and Plated Ware, Spectacles !
OF ALL VARIETIES AND EVERY
DESCRIPTION, WITH PRICES TO
FINE LOT of FISHING TACKLE. ? ;.ll and examine tot yourselves, at
March 31 12 T. W. UADCIJFFE'S Jewelry Store.
[VE DRIVER for fi(S^5!f?2PPP^?fifw
from wells. Cheaper and men- ?jjfiffiSwfrh^^s1r<M* Bm
dnrahlo than a pump, safer and HH?||^?.V
better than thc old-fashioned Bjtj
windlass. "Koue mention ii hm
to praise it." Moro limn 5,000 nr.- ,-??-:N^ ??RM wt'
now in usc in Virginia sud North r^j^jaMM MK?
Carolina, and thc demand is still Tj?gBxS?^MH 8Pw?>
increasing. A ot' 'x?HJ^HKrn^9u9n ^^Hctt^u/.
superior WELIi FIXTURES aro. JgggjBKUiffli ?Q^ffif?;
now on hand and for sale low by ^^^S^SfflJ||HajH
To WASHINGTON '
FLOUR, FLOUR! f^"'a ^SSSiS?S.
C\r\?\ BBLS. SUPER. FLOUR. *<SV ply of theso SUPERIOR
&\j\J 100 bbl8. Extra " _*3Sl?fe ' ^IMPLEMENTS-tho ad
50 bb ls. choice Familv , ,il fljfc, , jil, "ii I. in - ? lu '
20 " Hocker's Self-raising " .S?ERHEBBfcig FIFTY PER CENT, in
On hand r.nd for salo low by hornos and bands. For salo bv tho agents,
March IC J. & T. ft. AGNEW. ; ?March 9 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Office Seaboard & Roanoke R. R. Co.,
PORTSMOUTH, MABCH 22, 18C7.
IT has benn understood by tho officers in
charge of transportation via tho Sea?
board Inland Froight Routo, that totters !
addressed to tho Railroad Agent at Ports?
mouth, on tho subject of freights, aro un?
answered, and that, in consequence, causes !
of delay aro uot explained and claims for
losses and damage- unsettled; and as the
Seaboard an! Roanoko Railroad Company,
who aro the forwarding agents for tho lino,
aro satisfied that these causes of complaint1
aro not duo to their agents, but to tho in?
accuracy of tho mails, in order to test this
subject, tho Manager of tho Soaboard
Road requests that whenovcr persons havo
written to tho undersigned. Agent of tho
Seaboard Road, and after waiting a reason?
able time for a reply, havo not received it,
that they will address him a letter, enclos?
ing a duplicate of tho letter they had pre?
viously addressed to tho Agent. If this is
complied with, and tho Manager of the
Soaboard Road receives tho letter, ho gives
assura nco that it shall bo promptly inves?
tigated and replied to.
Thia Air-lino Freight Route claims to bo
tho most expeditious and direct route, and
avoiding, to a great extent, 'marino insur?
ance;' also, tho
CHEAPEST FREIGHT ROUTE BE
TWEEN THE NORTHERN CITIES
AND NORTH AND SOUTH
As freight consigned by thc compa?
nies' connecting steamers * is forwarded
from Portsmouth within twenty-four hours
after being landed, thoro is no reason for
delays; and although freight may some?
timos bo mis-sent, it will in such casca bo
promptly traced, and if not found, will bo
Tho companies forming this lino cannot
bo responsible for tho rapid transportation
of freights, or for charges upon it, unless
sent from Boston by tho Boston and Nor?
folk Steamship Company, end of Centro
Wharf; from New York, by tho "Old Do?
minion" Steamship Company, Tier 37,
North River; from Philadelphia, by Clydo's
Lino of. Steamers, 14 North Delawaro Ave- |
nuo, or via tho "Annamcssic" Lino Dopot,
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore
Railroad; and from Baltimore, ria tho Bay
Lino Steamers, foot of Union Dock.
For freight shippod to tho Seaboard
Company by schooners or by other steam?
ship lines, tho companies cannot bo respon?
sible until landed on their wharves. Per?
sons writing abont freight that has not
reached them, will please bo careful to
state thc dato of shipment, by whom ship-1
ped, from what place, by what lino of ]
steamers, and, if possible, enclose a copy
of thc through receipt to
JAS. W. McCARRICK,
Trace Agent Seaboard Inland Air-lino,
JOHN M. ROBINSON,
Managing Director and Gcu'l Sup't.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE h S. C. RAILROAD,
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 1(5, 18GG.
TnE schedule of tho Passenger Trains
over this Road is as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 3.3G a.
Arrive at Charlotte at. 9.50 a.
Leave Charlotte at. 5.10 a.
Arrive at Columbia at.11.25 a.
Close connections aro made at Columbia
and Charlotte with tho mail trains on tho
North Carolina and South Carolina Rail?
THROUGH TICKETS aro sold at Colum?
bia to Richmond, Va., Washington, D. C.
Baltimore, Md., Philadelphia. Pa., and
Now York city-giving choice of routes via |
Portsmouth or Richmond-and baggago
checked. Tickets aro also Bold at Char?
lotte for Charleston and Augusta.
An Accommodation Train, for freight and
local passage, loaves Columbia at 7 a. m..
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of I
each week, aud Charlotte on tho same |
days and hour; arriving at Columbia ant"
Charlotte at 6 p. m.
March 17 C. BOUKNIGHT, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina E. R.
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., March IL 18GG.
ON and after tho 13th inst., the Through
Mail Train will run as follows, viz:
Loavo Columbia at IL 40 a. m., Ch Vu time.
Arrive Kingsville at 1.20 p. m.,
Leave Kingsville at 1.35 p. m..
Arrive at Augusta 9.00 p. m.,
Leave Charleston..'. 8.00 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 5.20 p. m.
Leave Columbia. . G.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charlestou.4.00 p. ru.
March 13 H. T. PEAKE, Gcn'l Sup t.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
PASSENGER TrainB will run daily, Sun?
days excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.15 a. m.
" Alston at.9.05 "
" Newberry at.10.35 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. 3.13 p. m.
" at Anderson at.5.10 "
" at Greenville ai.5.40 "
Leave Greenville at. COD a. m.
" Anderson at.G.3? "
" Abbeville-at. 8.35 "
" Nowberry at. 1.20p. ni.
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "
11 HE ladies, gentlemen and young peo?
ple of Columbia, who may be in want
of "SOMETHING TO WEAR," aro respect?
fully and earnestly invited by the ladies of
the Industrial Association to call at their
Work-room, in the Fcmalo Academy, and
examine tho articles which they have now
ready for sale. Somo ono will always be
found ready to exhibit the ready-made (rai?
ments and to receive ordern from those
who may wish to have work done neatly
Tho object of the Association is to fur?
nish constant employment to those who,
having been impoverished hy the war, now
dopend on tho needlo for daily bread.
Does not such an object commend itself to
thc hearts of our citizens? Or must the
anxious applicants for work be told that
ourpeople prefer Northern-mailo garments,
and that there is, therefore, no moro work
for them? Shall it bo said that such au
Association as this cannot bo sustained in
the capital of South Carolina? Jan 19
GREEN PEAS, GREEN COICA, TOMA?
TOES, Peaches, PinoApplo, Lobsters,
Salmon, Oysters, Cranbury Sauce, Egg
Plums, Mo Fruits, fresh Mackerel, Sar?
dine?, English and American Pickles, Cat?
sups, Sauces, Ac. On hand and for sale
tow by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS.
At the Siqn of the Golden Pad-Lock.
i)AA KEGS superior quality CUT
?\_)\J NAILS, in storo and for salo UK
for cash by JOHN C. DIAL.
Charleston Advertisements. W
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THI8 well-known FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL hau been thoroughly repair?
ed, refitted and refurnished, and ia
now ready for tho accommodation of the
traveling public, whoso patronage ia re?
Coaches always in rcadinrss to convey
passengers to and from the Hotel.
The proprietor promisos to do all in bia
power for tho comfort of his guests.
March 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, PropY.
Livery and Sale Stable's,
.^^fc-Charleston, S. C. DIE-r?tosBw,
J!W|aEN k RAKER, PTO-OEgjgS^
Al 71 priotors. Saddle Horses, Car?
riages, Phmtons and Buggies to hire, at all
hours. Mules and Horses for salo.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 2G WHITE & MIXER, Proprietors.
New York Advertisements.
Demorest's Monthly Magazine !
UNIVERSALLY acknowledged tho Mo?
del Parlor Magazino of America; do
voted to Original Stories, Poems, Sketches,
Architecture and Model Cottages, House?
hold Matters, Oems jf Thought, Personal
and Literary Gossip, (including special
departments on Fashions,) Instructions on
Health, Gymnastic, Equestrian Exercises,
Music, Amusements, etc. All by tho best
authors, and profusely and artistically
illustrated with costly Engravings, (full
size,) usoful and roliablo Patterns, Em?
broideries, Jewelry, anda constant succes?
sion of artistic novelties, with other usoful
and entertaining literature.
No person of refinement, economical
house-wifo or lady of tasto, can afford to do
without tho Model Monthly. Singlo copies,
30 cents; back numbers, as specimens, 10
cents: either mailod freo. Yearly, $3. with
a valuable premium; two copies, ?5.50:
throo copies, $7.50; five copies, $12; and
splendid premiums for clubs at $3 each,
with tho first premiums to each subscriber.
Address W. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Vf Demorest's Monthly and Young
America, together, $4, with tho premiums
for each._March 22
ipE 0??? WO]
DEMAND J. W. Bradley's celebrated
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC or DOUBLE
SPRING SKIRTS. They will not bond or
break like tho Singlo Springs, but will
preserve their perfect and beautiful shape,
whore thrco or four ordinary skirts havo
been thrown aside as useless. They aro
tho most clastic, lloxiblo and durablo
skirts manufactured. They combino com?
fort, durability and economy, with that
eloganco of shape which has made tho
"Duplex Elliptic^tho Standard Skirts of
tho fashionable world. This popular Skirt
is universally recommended by tho fashion?
able magazines and opinions of tho press
At wholesale by tho exclusivo manufac?
turers and Bolo owners of the patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
Warerooma and Office 97 Chambers
And 79 and 81 Rcado stB., Now York.
Also, at wholesale by tho leading jobbors.
For salo in Columbia by C. F. JACKSON
and SHrVER & BECKHAM. Jan 23 3mo?
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
FOR the salo of COTTON, COTTON
YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
icc, and for the purchase of Merchandize
generally, 6C I'earl Street, New York.
Consignments to us from every point in
tho South fully protected by insuranco as
soon aa shipped. July 14 ly
J. E. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAULAY.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
NOS. 28,30 and 32 Centre street, (corner
of Rcado atrect,) New Yoi- lc Tho typo
on which this paper is printed is from the
above Foundry. Nov 18
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
Bought and sold on commission by
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
NO. IC WALL STREET, NEW YOUR.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or
dors in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at tho regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of tho firm. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. Oct 8
DEWITT C. Lawn EX CE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CYRDB J. LA WHENCE. WM. A. HAEHTEU
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, &c.
SIX THOUSAND lbs. WHITE LEAD, in
A complete assortment of Colored Paints,
dry and 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, lu storo and for sale at
lowest prices by JOHN C. DIAL.
"BEWARE OF THAT COUGH!77"
THE changing Beascn is productive of
many afllictioiiH of tho lungs and
throat. A small cough is tho voico of na?
ture tolling you to beware of tho danger of
a neglected cough. For all kinds of cough
and affections of tho bing.,, nae "STAN?
LEY'S COUCixi ~\HUP." lt wilt cure you.
Begin at once. Don't delay. Co to FISHER
ft HEINITBII, and ask "for "Stanley's."
They aro the proprietors. Nov 9
THIRTY bbls. Standard and Puro LEAF
20 kega puro LEAF LARD.
Just received and for salo low by
March 3 J. & T. R. AGNEW.