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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
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COLUMBIA, S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1867.
Tri-Weekly 85 a Year
VOLUME III-NO. 18
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PUBLTHHRD HAILY ANO THI-WKF.KI.Y.
t EVKUY WKUNKSDAY. MOUNINO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
Oftioo (?ii Main street, a tow doora above
Taylor (or Caradon) Btroot.
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Inserted ut 75 cents nor square for tho brat
Insertion, ami 60 cents forouch subsequent.
Weekly 75 couta each insertion. ??
no" A liberal ??MCOWU nuufttdn Ute altona
raies uilien adpert?tettiettts tin', ittxerled Inj
lite month or year.
J. H. Allon, Chester.
.lui i un Poppo, Andoraon C. H.
S. P. Kimmi, Newberry C. H.
IiuiniKrntinn to fills Slutc.
Tho Coimnisaiouor of Immigration
for this State, Gen. John A. Wagoner,
publishes tho subjoined circular to
tho land-holders in South Carolina.
Gen. W., says tho Charleston News,
wo have roason to know, has boon
closely occupied in his efforts to or?
ganize tho Bureau, and in taking tho
necessary preparatory steps to com?
municate tho wants of tho State in
this respect to tho world without.
Ho has corresponded extensively with
oitizans in tho interior of tho State,
but as yet has not succeeded in
awaking the necessary degree of
interest. We hopo the present circu?
lar will wake up our farmers, planters
and land-holders, and set them to
work in good earnest. This will soon
ouablo tho Commissioner to send his
agents ubroad, and ompower them to
offer such inducements to emigrants
as will securo a quota for this State.
Certain it is that Gen. W. alone,
an<l unaided by such co-operation,
cannot accomplish much, however
wise, earnest and indefatigable ho
SOUTH OAKOTJTNA BUREAU OP IMMIO'N,
OnABIiBST?N, April ?, 18G7.
To the Land-owners in South Carolina.
GENTLEMEN: I tako tho liberty to
appeal to your patriotism in behalf of
A tho recently onacted measure of im
^-migrntion-at least to tho patriotism
of thoso among you who entertain the
opinion that au increaso of populn
. tion, industry and capital will be bene?
ficial to tho State.
It is well known that European
immigration is now mostly flowing
into tho West, where cheap lands and
many facilities and other inducements
are offered. In tho now States, pub?
lic lands aro yet to bo had at a nomi?
nal outlay, and a stranger going thcro
need not, for a moment, bo at a loss
where to locate, thousands of places
hoing always for sale, and registered
* for his selection. With ns it is di fier?
ont. Although there may, perhaps,
ho thousands of places for salo in
South Carolina, no ono eau know
where to find them, unless they aro
advertised and registered in some well
known and accessible locality. For
thia the Bureau of Immigration has
partly been established. Without
any chargo whatever to tho land?
owner, his lauds that ho cansparofor
salo will bo registered and advertiseo
in the best markets of tho world. But
how can this be dono unless you for?
ward tho information? Have you no
lands to spare? If yon have, pat on
n fair and reasonable prico; make tho
conditions of payment as liberal as
you can; describe their location, ca?
pacity and advantages, and commu?
nicate with this Burean. It may bo
said, we will sell a portion of our
hinds reasonable, and on fair enough
terms, if a purchaser come. But it
must bo remembered that no ono can
know this, and besides, that tho
stranger will bo at a great expense
wliilo in uncertainly looking for lands
of which no ono can inform him.
Will ho not rather go to a section of
country where no such delays and
difficulties need bo encountered? And
then, again, tho European immi?
grants that are looking for employ?
ment, laborers, servants, mechanics,
etc., of every kind, where aro they to
lind it? In your villages, on your
plantations, do yon want a black?
smith, wheelwright, millwright, car?
penter, cabinot-mnker, saddler, shoe?
maker, tailor, ote. ? TII?B Bureau will
endeavor to supply yon. But you
should say so. How elso am I to
know? It would never do to send
such people tramping nb^ut tho coun?
try without an object. xht yon have
any good positions for factories,
which yon aro unwilling or unable to
develop yourselves? Why should you
not inform this Burean thereof, stale
wm mcinnes aira1 ?avantages, tiioir
probable prospect, of success, nud
your ter ma of lease or Rule? Do you
liavo valuable minorai lands, that you
cannot realizo for tho want of capital?
Why not ouablo mo to endeavor to do
it for you? It will cost you nothing.
I may not succeed, but it will not be
for .tho'.w?nt of trying. I would
respectfully, but earnestly, urge that
this matter receive a prompt consi?
deration. If thoro aro a few men in
every District willing to spend a few
hours foi' tho general good, lot them
meet afc a convenient pince, let them
gather such information ns they can,
and then inform this Bureau what is
wanted for their neighborhood, and
what can bo. dono there, to further
tho intentions of tho law ; let ihoni
say what laborers, servants, me?
chanics, etc., aro wanted, or could
find employment, aud let them lix
upon a current rate of reusonablo
wages for their Districts; let them
endeavor, also, to obtain information
of such tracts of lauds as might be
had for lease or sale-describo their
quality and value, and whatsoever
else they may doom of importun?e. I
most respectfully, therefore, solicit
tho co-operation of all public-spirited
men, more especially of tho members
of tho Legislature and tho editors of
public journals. Under tho firm
conviction that immigration is ono of
tho most vital necessities of the State,
and a sure moans by which a portion
of our former prosperity may be
soonest recovered, I oven talco tho
Iiborty respectfully to solicit tho ho?
norable the judges, to bring this
matter to tho attention of the publie
iu their charges to tho grand juries
of their circuits, llespectfullv,
JOHN A. WAQENI?K,
KKOISTHATION.-Tho following pa?
ragraphs aro from un order just
issued bjr General Schofield, ill Vir?
ginia. As wo presume the action of
tho District Commanders will bo
nearly uniform, wo make tho extract
for tho information of our readers:
1. A board of oilicers is hereby
appointed to select and recommend
to tho Commanding General for ap?
pointment, persons to form boards of
registration throughout this District,
as required by tho Act of March 23,
Tho persons required will bo ono
registering officer for each magis?
terial district of a county) or ward
of a city, and two, four or six for
the county or city at largo, accord?
ing to tho si/.o of tho county or
city, so as to form, with tho register?
ing oilicers of tho several districts
or wards, one, two or th roo boards
of registration for tho county or
An officer of tho army or Freed?
men's Bureau will, if possible, be
selected as a member of each board,
and tho other two will bo selected
from tho following classes of persons,
viss: 1st. Oilicers of tho United
States army, or of volunteers, who i
have been honorably discharged after ?
meritorious services during tho late :
war. 2d. Loyal citizens ol* tho ;
county or city for which they are :
selected. 3d. Any other loyal citi- i
zen having tho proper qualifications.
These boards must bo composed
of men who not only aro now, but
always havo been, loyal to tho Go?
vernment of tho United States; men
of high character ami sound, im?
partial judgment,. ftn^? 118 as
practicable, mon who have tho con?
fidence of all classes of citizens.
No registering officer shall bo a
candidate for any elective oificc whilo
holding tho oflico of registering of?
With their recommendations for
appointment, tho board will report
to tho Commanding Gonorul a brief
statement of tho testimonials and
other evidence upon which thoir se?
lections aro based.
The board will report from timo
to time their selections for parti?
cular counties or cities, without
waiting to comploto tho list.
GovEitNonWiSE AND SENATOR WIL?
SON.-I have just learned that an
interview took place between Go?
vernor Wiso and Senator Wilson,
by request of the latter. His rep?
resented as being very agreeable and
satisfactory. Wilson stated that
compliance with tho terms ot the
reconstruction bill would inevitably
insure tho admission of Southern
Representatives to Congress without
any further condition. Ho said that
this bill was the ultimatum of tho
radicals.-Richmond latter in Nae
Tho Boston Pout says wo often
boast of "healthy Now Eogland,"
in comparison with the Southern
States, but figures show that thero
atv moro people* dio of consumption
in tho Stato of Maine, according to
her population, than Louisiana loses
by yellow fever and eholora.
Tko Bill of Complaint.
Onr roaders havo been ndvisod of
tho motion of Judge Sharkey, in be?
half of tho Stato of Mississippi, to
enjoin tho enforcement of tho mili?
tary bill in that Stato. Tho Now
York papers of Friday publish tho
petition' of Messrs. Sharkey and
Walker in full. Subjoined is an ab?
stract of thu arguments contained
Tho bill of complaint sets forth at
length 'tho nistory of tho formation
of tho Stato of Mississippi, claiming,
besides tho protection of tho consti?
tutional rights of a State, that thero
aro compacts, "fundamental," "irre?
vocable" and "unalterable," securing
forever to tho Stato of Mississippi
her rights ns a Stato of this Union.
Tho avormont is mailo that tho Con?
gress of tho United States cannot
constitutionally expel Mississippi
from tho Union, and that any attempt
which practically does so is a nullity,
and that thero is no provision in tho
Constitution of tho United States
which subjects her, as a State, to any
pains, penalties, or forfeitures, as a
consequence of such void attempt of
a portion of her propio to withdraw
her from tho Unit ta, all powers to
punish a Stato by expulsion or other?
wise, for any canso, having been
expressly refused in the convention
which framed thc Federal Constitu?
tion. Sho avers that her'ci ti zens lost
nono of their political rights, nor
incurred auy penalties, except what
might bo inflicted on them as indi?
viduals by tho process of law, after
trial by jury in courts having juris?
diction of their offences, and that
disabilities attempted to bo imposed
upon her or upon her citizens, other?
wise than as aforesaid, by any body
of persons, aro void and violations of
tho Constitution of tho United States,
as well as of tho compact with Geor?
gia of 1802, and with Virginia of
1787. Sho avers that sho has exhi?
bited her good faith and adhesion to
tho Constitution by electing Senators
and Representatives to Congress, and
complaius that they havo been -wrong?
fully excluded, and that her people
have boen compelled to pay tho taxes
and bear tho burdens of Government
Tho Act to pr?vido for tho moro
efficient government of tho rebel
States, and tho Act supplementary
theroto, uttorly annihilate tho Stato
and its Government, by assuming
for Congross tho power lo control,
modify and even abolish iis Govern?
ment; in short, to exert sovereign
power over it, and tho utter destruc?
tion of tho Stato must bo tho conse?
quence of their execution. Tho
scopo of power vested in tho military
commanders, so broad, so compre?
hensive, was never before vested in a
military commander in any Govern?
ment which guards tho rights of its
citizens or subjects by law.
Tho Stato admits "that by tho
wrongful acts of part of her citizens,
and thc neglect of die Federal authori?
ties to protect thc loyal," her Govern?
ment bceamo disorganized; but this
is correctod by tho people, who havo
re-organized a Government, republi?
can iu form, which has secured her
recognition os a Stato by Congress,
tho Executive, and, it is believed, by
this court. Even if there wcro irre?
gularities in these acts, they havo
been cured *by tho sovereign act of
tho poople in voluntary assemblage
Tho bill further alleges that many
legal questions will arise under theso
icts, which must bo declared uncon?
stitutional, leading to innumerable
suits and incalculable mischief, as
well as a total disorganization and
state of anarchy. It further declares
this is dono in good faith, and not
[rom factious motives, but in tho
belief that theso Acts aro not obliga?
tory unless declared valid by tho
?onrt. But, if so declared, they will
bo cheerfully obeyed; and as thero is
no redress for a Stato except through
this court, it is prayed that "said
rVudrew Johnson, his oilicers and
xgonts, appointed for that purpose,
ind especially General Ord, abovo
named, bo perpetually enjoined and
restrained from executing said Acts,
ind that powors of injunction and
mbpiena bo issued, directed to tho
parties aforesaid, with any other re?
lief that tho court may doom proper."
rt. is signed by tho counsel fdr com?
plainant, W. IJ. Sharkey and R. J.
NEGRO TESTIMONY REFUSED.-lu
tho Superior Court, this morning,
in tho caso of tho Stato rs. Schottcll,
uiarged with larceny, Attorney-Gen?
eral Rogers proposed to introduco
negro testimony for the prosecution.
Tho counsel for tho defence objected,
when Judgo Warren announced that
if such evidonco was offered and tho
inry rendered a verdict of guilty, ho
vould set tho decision aside. Tho
?ase was thoroupon dismissed with?
out argument and tho prisoner re?
leased. -Raleigh Prof/restt.
THE CONSEQUENCE.-The Now York
Ucrahl, ref orrie g to tho registration
of voters in Washington City, thiuks
it possible that tho Federal capital
may havo a negro Mayor. It says:
Under tho law of universal snffrago
in Washington, tho registry of voters
is going on thcro, and ns far as it has
progressed (three wards out of tho
seven) tho rogistorcd negro voters aro
largely in tho majority. Tho popula?
tion of tho city, in round numbers,
is perhaps 70,000 whites to 30,000
blacks. Tim whites, howover, it is
reported, aro so largely disgusted
with negro suffrage and tho oath of
loyalty that they aro letting tho regis?
try go by default. If they chooso to
continuo this game, tho next thing
will be a negro Mayor for Washing?
ton by default of the disgusted
whites. And if they will have it so,
even so let it be. Tho national capi?
tal is tho proper place for tho practi?
cal inauguration of tho now epoch of
political equality, and an American
Mayor of African descent would not
bo ft bad beginning. If weare, then,
to havo the millennium thus inaugu
r:."cd in Washington, is not Andrew
Johnson at hand ready to volunteer
as tho orator of the day?
ORPHANS' HOME IJOTTERV.-Tho
Atlanta Intelligencer, of the -1th, says:
The first drawing-in tho supple?
mental class-of the above institu?
tion took iliaco at 5 o'clock, yester?
day afternoon, in front of tho Gra?
nito Block, on Broad street. Mony
tiekets having been sold, and tho
holders naturally hoping to realizo
something from their investments, a
large crowd was attracted to tho
placo of drawing. Tho wheel was
placed on tho side-walk, and num?
bers, ranging from ono to seventy
eight, were openly exposed and then
placed in tho wheel. Of this num
1 er, twelve ballots were drawn out,
under tho supervision of Col. A. M.
Wallace and Calvin Fay, Esq., tho
Commissioners of Drawing. There
Were many threo number prizes held
by persons, and wo know of prizes
which were paid.
ledger's New York letter says : .
"A serious defalcation, it is report?
ed, 1ms been discovered in the Brook?
lyn Navy Yard, amounting to about
$200,000, or thereabouts. The party
is said to be a person in high Stund
Richland District-In Equity.
Maria L. Bowors vs. Susannah E. Bo worn,
Wm. Cl. Howers, etat.
11HE creditors nf tho lato George S. Bmv
. ors aro diroi tod, in pursuance of tho
decreta^rdor to that effect, io appear be
foro me, in my ofiiee, on or before the 10th
day of June next, and provo their claims
D. B. Dr.SAUSSUBE, C. E. B. D.
March 10 etdlhno
rilHTS day, H. A. Meetze, Gonimissioiior
I in Equity, tiled a petition in thisofliuo,
praying for letters of administration on
tho estate of William Hite, deceased.
Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of tho said deceased to bo and appear in
the Ordinary's Court, ut Lexington C. H.,
tm Friday, tho 26th day of April next, to
show cause, if any they can, why said let?
ters of administration should not be grant
mi. A. EFHtD, Ordinary L. I).
Ordinary's Ofiico, Lexington District, S.
[J., March 17. 1867._March 20 w5
ALT, persons having claims against tho
Estate of JAMES C. BATES, dco'd.,
will prosont them, properly attested, within
thirty days, and all portions indebted to
?aid Estate will make immediate paymeiU
to mo at Columbia. fc>. C.
Janl6wl3 W. M. BECKHAM. Adm'r.
IOVERS of TnE GOOD THINGS 01<
J THIS LIFE can havo their wants sup
[died at tho above-named RESTAURANT
Everything connoctod with the house is in
liest order. MEALS served at short notice.
I'rivato dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
prepared in everv st vie.
Tho best o? SVINES, LIQUORS, ALE,
shoico SEGARS and TOBACCO on hand.
un_ FREE LUNCH everv dav at 11
ri'clock. T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
Ale, Porter, Soda
mmut WATER, ETC*
THE subscriber, who has
.been engaged in the manu?
facturo and salo of the above
lin Charleston for tho past
I sixteen ?ears, has opened a
branch of his business in Columbia. He
has just imported Machinery of the most
improved kinds. His manufacturing es?
tablishment is in Lady street, third door
from Bull. All orders should bo accompa?
nied with the cash. Ordern from the coun?
try promptly attended to. Address
Maieb 1 I Imf.' l'est Oflice Box '?H.
HARDWARE AT COST.
^-r~N THE halanco of iiiirjkSk^
retook of HAKDWAltE^lr*
^^^B^wdl bo sold at COST. 4T%>>
ff.r STATE Bl I,LS TAKEN AT PAR. " |
March 2 > E. A G. 0. HOPE.
11 F. A It UGASU\ - STRENGTHEN
THE DEFENCES.-When a garrison
apprehends an attack from an outside ene?
my, what does it do? lt strengthens the
defences. Tho human systom, at this pe?
riod of tho year, in beleaguered hy morbid
iulhionccH. Tho atmosph?re ia full of
thom. Evory chango of woaihor lays tho
feoblo opon to their attacks. What is tobo
dono in order to hafllo these ninteen, bnt |
over-active, foes? Strengthen the defences.
Do you ask how? Tho answer is simple
tho moans within tho reach of all: Rein?
force tho vital organ? and tho nervous
system with H08TETTER'S HITTERS.
Tune tho stomach, regulato Hu? bowels,
roneo thc sluggish liver, cheor tho spirits,
cnricli and pi'?fy tho vital eui ont with
HOSTETTEl" S RITTERS. That's tho
way to strengt' cn the defences, and render
tho capital of health impregnable. If you
wish to escapo bilious headache, intermit?
tent fever, indigestion and nervous visita?
tions- to enjoy, in all its plenitude, tho
blessing of "a sound mind in a sound
body"-use this incomparable pr?ventive
and restorative. It preserves health in
tho healthy, and renews il in tho weak and
ailing. April 10 f?
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 sclf-tcinpcr tho
clay and make ?1,000 to 3,500 elegant bricks
per hour. J. H. RENICK, Proprietor, No.
71 Broadway, New York, Room 28.
Feb 1 ' anio
HUMAN EYES matte to order and inserted
by Drs. P. RAUCII and P. OOUGELMANN,
(formerly employed by BoisaODQOau, Paris,)
No. 390 Rroadway, Now York. Oct 17 ly
THe tiravctl illu.latllc*
OK YOUTU ANO BAULK MANHOOD.
Howard Association Essays, on tho phy
Biology of tho passions, ami tho errors,
abuses and tliseases peculiar to tho first
:vge of man, with reports on new methods
of treatment employed io this institution
Kent in soalod lotter envelopes, freo o
charge. Address Du. J. S KILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Phila?
delphia, Pa. Jan 15 .Imo
BATCIlKliOR*S HAIR DYE_This
splendid Hair Dye is the best ill the world
Tho only true and perfect Dye - harmless
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural blacl
or brown. Romcdios thc ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates tho hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. Tho genuino is signed Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All others aro mero
imitations, and ohonld bo avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Harelay street, New York, sar Beware
yf a counterfeit. Doc ll ly
Printing Material For Sale.
AN assortment of TYPE and MATERI?
AL, suiliciont to publish a large sized
paper, is offered for salo at a very reason?
able price. Tho TYPE is as good as new.
For further particulars, apply at this
office. Feb 23
AN EXPERIENCED BOOK-KEEPER
is desirous of obtaining threo or four
Mets of Rooks to post, Ac. City references.
Night School, for Writing, Arithmetic and
Book-keeping, at Drennan tb Carroll's Car
riaf(o Manufactory. Addross P. O. Box 28.
FULTON MARKET SMOKED BEEF
Tubs choice GOSHEN RUTTER, at 10c.
Rags and pockots JAVA COFFEE, at iOc. ;
a fresh lot-Buporior.
Rbis, and boxes Breakfast Bacon.
Milk, Rutter, Trenton, Sugar, Wino and
Hocker's Self-raising FLOUR--genuino.
Rbis. Jersoy Pooch-blow Potatoes.
And for salo at FAIR PRICES by
March 28 C. H. RALDWIN it CO.
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 completo variety of Paint, Varnish,
Groining, Whito-waeh, Dusting anti Scrub?
bing Brushes. In store and for salo at
lowest prices by JOHN C. DIAL
SARDINES ! SARDINES!!
ONE THOUSAND boxes Sardines, just
received, and for sale at TWENTY
CENTS per box.
March fi J. Si T. R. AGNEW.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
-I f\ KEGS choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
Ill 5(K) lbs. fresh COUNTRY
Hi boxes CUTTING 0HEE8E.
10 English Dairy CHEESE. In store
and for salo low. E. Sc G. D. HOPE.
Plow Moulds! Plow Moulds!
ff f\f\ SWEDES PLOW MOULDS,
tjXJ just received and for salo by
March .8 J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
rr/\ BOXES CUTTING CHEESE.
t)\P 10 kegs Goshen and Statu BUTTER.
Tor salo LOW bv tho package
Mr.r. b 7 K. A G. D. HOPE.
AT RETAIL, by
April 7 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
ONE HAND CAN ?O TUE WORK OF
Those who use them ilo nut cull them
Matlo in Richmond, Va. Price EIGHTY
CORN PLANTERS #20.
April 7 FISH EiC A LOWRANCE.
AT WHOLESALE or RETAIL. Ry
April 2 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Tin'd and Jap'd HOLLOWWARE?
Carpenters' and Blacfc-m's TOOLS
AXES, S. W. Collins' and oi'jer
PAINTS. OILS and GLASS.
In store and for sale LOW by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
FTWE right to manufacturo and sell tho
JL GEORGIA COTTON PLANTER in
granted to A. R. COLTON, Columbia, S. C.
ALBANY PACKHAM, Patenten.
The above Planter ia tho invention of a
Georgia cotton-grower, and ia tho only one
in nae which doea tho work of four banda,
and dnca not clog tho aced.
DOT DON'T BUY ANY OTHES. -6?.
A. R. COLTON.
City of Columbia Bonds.
MAYOE'S OFFICE, AFKIL 1, 1807.
PABTIES holding BONDS and COU?
PONS of the city of Columbia, aro
reapectfully notified that tho City Clerk ia
now prepared to iaauo NEW BONDS fur
auch as aro past due, and to fund tho in?
terest due to tho first of July, 1867, upon
all tho bonds issued by tho city, by tim
isauo of now bonds, according to tho Act
of tho Legislature, passed in December
last. Bonds of tho denomination of Five
Hundred, Two Hundred and Fifty and One
Hundred Dollars will only bo iaaucd.
Claimant s aro requested to apply at tho
City Clerk's Ofticn with aa little delav a?
poaaihle. THEO. STABK, Mayor.
April 3 12
COOPEU'S DOUBLE ACTION
Patent Revolver ! !
DO YOU WANT ONE?
IHAVE inst received tho Stato agency
for COOPER'S DOUBLE ACTION PA?
TENT REVOLVER-NINE DIFFERENT
SIZES. It is cockod with equal facility by
tho hammer or trigger, and combinea He?
rmit y from accidenta and celerity of lire.
Tho Pistol is similar in finish and calibro
Wholesale dealers will And it to their ad?
vantage to purchaao theso in preference to
any othor Pistol.
Call at tho oftico of tho Colton Gin Waro
houso and soo for yourselves.
March_7_t?mo A. lt. COLTON.
ANEW and completo assortment Just
An elegant assortment of FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, Reala, Bobs, Hooka,
Lines, Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington Btroet, opposite old Jail,
N. B.-Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neatly executed.
HAMS ! HAMS ! !
TWO HUNDRED Sugar-cured Hams,
inst received, and for salo at TWENTY
'JENI'S lier pound bv
March?_J. A T. It. AGNEW.
B?IGER SNAPS, CRACKERS, &c.
JUST received, a freah assortment of
GINGER SNAPS, CREAM CRACKERS,
lugar Crackers, Soda Biscuit, Boston and
lutter Crackora. J. A. T. B. AGNEW.
Soda Biscuit, Sugar Crackers, Sec.
L>/\ BBLS. SODA BISCUIT, SUGAR
>?\J CRACKERS, Butter and Boston
trackers, just received and for ?alu low hy
be barrel or at retail by
March 1? J. A T. R. AON HW.