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Wednesday Morning, June ?, 1867.
Tho innu who lins tho bruins and
docs tho thinking for tho dominant
party is certainly no idler or skulkor
in his self-nppoiuted mission. We
mean, of course, Wendell Phillips,
who just now is high ou a rampage,
and is blazing tho way for the party
to follow. Howevor wild, crude and
extravagant Phillips may bo in tho
induction of his policy, yet wo have
never soon him fail to lead tho party^
which in every movement has como
up to tho lino ho has marked out.
Ho is now out for a colored man
being nominated as vice-President.
It is not enough for him, as the New
York Times says, that tho negro is
invested with political and C?Y?
equality, and with the opportunity of
obtaining homesteads, if ho chooses
to work for thom. Phillips claims
for him roady-mado farms, with im?
plements and stock stolen from the
plantors; liberty to livo without toil,
and to luxuriato at others' cost; the
right to office because of color, and
to honors and emoluments, with a
scanty disposition to earn and a fee?
ble capacity to merit either. Simply
because tho black man is black, Phil?
lips won. "I hoop upon him, by schemes
of spoli?t on, the comforts which the
thrifty Cterman or industrious Irish?
man earn by the sweat of their brow.
Being black, too, be must be Vico
Prosidont of tho United States, for
no other purpose, seemingly, than to
provo that in this country tho preju?
dice against color is extinct. Here is
what ho said tho other day in a speech
ho made before the New England
"If tho negroes liad law, the spell?
ing-book, land and the ballot-box,
they would bo respected by tito dema?
gogues; and further, when thoy are
situated as tho Germaus aro in this
country, then ho would have assur
anec that they could fight their own
battles. If they did uot do it, theirs
would bo the fault, and he should
then behove and proclaim that God
never meant they should bo free.
When he was permitted to witness
tho people of tho United Stati s place
on their ticket for vice-President a
colored mau to strengthen it, (and
not, as they did in 18(3(5, nominate a
drunken Tennessecau to weaken it;)
whon ho saw such men as Fred.
Douglass and Robert Small; when he j
saw a colored mau competing favor?
ably with a man with three stars on
each shoulder; then, and not until
the glorious then, would he believe
that prejudice against the black mau
There is not an intelligent freed?
man who may read the above extract
who will not pronounce its author a
fool or a knave. The great mass of
that population among us, especially
in this section of the South, know
just what their rights and privileges
are, und their deportment, notwith?
standing nil the fulsome talk concern?
ing them by the radical missionary
orators, gives abundant evidence that
they havo sufficient good sense to
appreciate the true valor of such
rhodomontnde. Hut, as wo said
above, Phillips does tho head-work
for thc party, and although such
moderate Republican journals as the
Times may try to hold him back, yet
we should not be surprised-unless
the party is kicked ont of existence
to see the rank and lile follow him,
and adopt his wildest theories as their
-4 ? ? ? - .
Mrs. Waters, wita- of Mr. James
Waters, living in Uonne Femme
Bottom, below Burlington, in Boone
County, was last night delivered of
four boys at a birth, weighing six
pounds each, all alive and kicking,
and it wasn't a very good night for
boys either. She had previously hud
six boys at three births, and has now
had six boys in less than ono year.
Tin; steamship City of baltimore,
on her last voyage from Nev? York
to Liverpool, made in a single day
390 miles, being tho fastest rato of
steamiug on record. For this her
captain was presented by tho owners
with a silver cup.
THE PorE.-Pius IX. completed
his seventy-fifth year on tho UJth of
May, having been born May 13
1792. Ho will havo occupied tho
pontifical th reno twenty-one years
on the lGth of Juno next.
Gen. Doo reports that there at tho
college over whieh ho presides in
Lexington, Va., 39'.) students in at?
tendance-Virginia, Kentucky and
Tonnosaeo being tho States most
A clergyman was arrested at Erie,
Pa., yesterday, charged with em?
bezzling #15,000 worth of rovenno
stamps. He was formerly a clerk in
the internal rovenuo office.
Bismarck has written a letter eulo?
gistic of tho late Minister Wright.
MARKET VALUE OF TUE Soura.
Thurlow Weed is a practical thinker.
He has an article in his paper, calcu?
lating the value of the South to the
Union. He says:
"When Horace Greeley and others
urged tho North to lot tho South go,
at tho commencement of tho war, af?
firming that wo could get along better
without tho Southern States, they
exhibited but very littlo nppreciatiou
of tho immense valu? to tho whole
country of Southern productions.
Duriug the first quarter of tho pro?
sont year, our exports have amounted
to ono hundred and forty millions of
dollars. Of this amount, ninety mil?
lions, or more than four-soventbs,
consisted of cotton, of which two
hundred and eighty million pounds
were exported. In addition to this,
largo sums have been realized from
Southern tobacco, rice, resin and tur?
pentine, sent abroad. During tho
Inst half of 1800, cotton and tobacco
alone were exported from tho South?
ern States to tho value of moro
than seventy millions of dollars.
Thoso who seek now to delay, from
political motives, Southern restora?
tion, display equal folly and lack of
wisdom, with thoso who, six or seven
years ago, declared that tho North
would be bettor off without tho
South. Tho interests of both sec?
tions demand a prompt reconcilia?
tion and reconstruction, and South?
erners who counsel delay and J 'pas?
sivity,' and Northerners who talk of
'moro conditions,' are alike guilty of
a great error and wrong."
A CEREMONY TS ROME.-A lotter
from Romo says that great prepara?
tions are being mudo for the celebra?
tion of the anniversary of the mar?
tyrdom of St. Peter and for tho
canonization. Tho 'felex aro to com
mouco on the 29th of June by a grand
ceremony in tho Cathedral of St.
Peter. Tho following day, the Holy
Father will officiate at Sun Paolo,
outsido thc walls. A daily servico is
to bo celebrated at tho Pontifical Cha?
pel of St. John's Lateran duriug tho
Octave. Ou the 7th July, the Blessed
Josafat will bo canonized; and ou the
14th, 205 Japanese martyrs aro to be
beatified, whose miracles have been
acknowledged by the last decree of
A San Francisco banker, having
half a million dollars to send to
Canton, bought a bark for less than
the steamship demanded ns freight
on his treasure.
A correspondent .says that the mar?
riage contract in Chicago is treated
as of far less importance and solemn?
ity thau a note of band for $10.
The Israelites, as well os tho
Quakers, the Congregationalists and
the Presbyterians, are having their
Convention at Philadelphia.
The International Ocean Telegraph
Company expects to open their line
to the public us far as the Island of
Cuba during the mouth of July next.
Mr. Peabody is in Scotland salmon
fishing, and he paid $2,o()(' in gold
to the man who owns the stream
where he angleth.
An association of hackmen at Nia?
gara Falls have completed arrange?
ments for practicing the exorbitant
upon visitors this season.
1 OH BUSHELS, Drown and White, tot
lv/U sale low for cash.
Juno 5 FISHER St LOWRANCE.
A.*. F.*. H.*.
A A SPECIAL meeting of the Ma
X^fsons is called THIS EVENING, at
/\r\'? o'clock. A punctual attendance
?M earnestly requested, as business ot thc
utmost in*.Liest to the craft will be dis?
cussed. W. T. WALTER,
Juno 5 1* Sec'y Roan! Trustees.
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
A A regular communication <>f this
?f^fLndgo will beheld THIS (Wodnos
I /VVl;<v) EVENING, 5th instant, at 8
I O'Clock. ::? Odd Fellows' H.lU.
The Third Degree will ba conferred.
By order of the W. M.
June 51 lt. TOZER, Secretary.
BELTING AND PACK1XG7
LEATHER and Vulcanized Rubber Ma?
chine Belting, assorted widths-2 to
12 m?le s. Also, Rivots, Lace Leal her. Ac.
?lune 1 ti HOPSON St BUTPHEN.
Milch Cow for Sale.
kV^^ AN EXCELLENT MILCH
HIPIM1'11^ . wiih a two-mouths old
YjjSw1 ?alf, i- offered for sale low. For
"r-itmtl f,",tl"?" particulars, apply at
this ofllco. Juno 1
Fresh Mountain Butter.
riVWO HUNDRED POUNDS in store, for
JL sale low. .1. C. SEEGERS A CO.
LAGER ! LAGER ! !
371RESH LAGER BEER, now in the cool
. cellar, at tho Brewery, and always re?
ceiving, to supply tho trade, at wholesale
and retail, al low rates.
Juno 4_J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
50 Reams Wrapping Paper,
SMALL SIZE, at the usual low rates.
Juno 1 J. C. SREGEES Si CO.
E. E. JACKSON'S
June 1 3 Drug Store.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE !
MTHE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
CHAPEL, on the square South of the
Asylum; suitable for a small family
residence. Applv to R. L. BRYAN.
TO REN I,
Till'. ROOM over the storo of Thomson
Earle. Apply to
April Ifl "ALFRED TOLLE80N.
A novel sign is that displayed by
a bar-keeper in a Belgian town, who
announces to bis customers that in
his establishment they can have
"insurance against thirst at fixed
premiums, payable in cash."
Base ball occupies so muoh of tho
time of many young men in Atlanta,
that employers now inquire of appli?
cants for positions whether they be?
long to a ball club.
The applications for divorce in
Chicago average about four per day.
The Chicago papers keep a big head
standing and clans the scandalous
The youug Marquis of Bute, who
will bo one of the wealthiest men in
three kingdoms, has become a con?
vert to the Bomau Catholic faith.
Registration papers in Now Or?
leans aro hawked about the btreets
by negroes for sale. The ruling
price is two dollars.
Emigrants, generally from Brown
low's dominions, are daily passing
through Louisville in considerable
numbers, bound for the "far West."
The firm of Barber & Hawley,
tho largest manufacturers of agri?
cultural implements in Hllinois, has
The New York Herald office is con?
nected with Mr. Bennett's residence
on Washington Heights by telegraph.
It is estimated that one-third of
the postal currency in circulation in
New York city is counterfeit.
Tho Schenectady (X. Y.) Union
reports snow banks six feet deep in
the town of Princeton, in that County.
CONVINCING-FULTON, OSWEOO Co.
July, 1SGG.-Messrs. Ilostetter ?? Smith- j
GENTLEMEN: I have been severely afflicted
with paralysis of the stomach, and even
given up by several eminent physician -. I
have tried several remedies of a tonio and
stimulating nature, but without any good
result. Some three or four months ago, I
was induced to try your STOMACH BIT?
TERS, and have used about seven or eight
bottles with a decided benefit. My health
is greatly improved, and I consider your
Bitters tho only efficacious remedy of their
kind in the market. If used as directed,
they will always provo a sovereign remedy
to those afflicted with dyspepsia or other
diseases of a like nature. Respectfully
yours, LYMAN MUDGE.
HASTISOS, DAKOTA CO., Miun., August,
18GC.-Messrs. Ilostetter <t Smith, I'itts
hurj, 7\L-GENTLEMEN: Have sold your
Bitters over since they were brought out,
and consider them the nest among thc
many before tho public. Those brought
out since tho tax has been imposed on spi?
rits aro trash. I never recommend thom.
Respectfully and truly yours,
* it. J. MARVIN.
COLON, ST. JOSEIUI CO., Mich., July 31,
1SGG.-Messrs. Ilostetter & Smith -GENTLE?
MEN: I consider your Bitters a sovereign
balm for a thousand ails. Yours truly,
JuneS ft! D. O. REYNOLDS, M. D.
W. B. JOHNSTON,
Magistrate and Notary Public,
'VTT1LL attend promptly to all offlca bu
VY B?I1C88, collection of debts. Ac. Will
also draw up conveyances, leases, mort?
gages and other legal documents, on rea?
sonable ternis. Ho may Lo found at tho
Phoenix office during business hours.
rPtHE subscriber has received the agency
X for the sale of the celebrated BUCK?
EYE COMBINED REAPER and MOWER,
which has taken the premium over all
inlier machines of the kind, whenever ex?
PartioB wishing machines will find it to
their interest to call and examine the
Buck-eye, before purchasing elsewhere. All
machines sold at manufacturer's prices,
and expenses added, and every machino
sold warranted to give entire satisfaction.
Terms liberal. Apply to
* JOHN C. DIAL,
Juno I Manufacturer's Agent.
milOMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WATER,
1 for Boro and inflamed eyes.
McAllister's All-healing Salve-a valu?
able ointment for old sores.
Dalby's Carminative for Children.
Fly Poison Paper, for instant death to
Harvey's Rat Plums, the ral annihi?
"Ilarleatu Oil," the Dutch specific-a
Extract Lemon and Vanilla, for flavoring.
Flea Powder, for insects, ants, Ac.
Soothing Syrup, for children toothing.
Sugar Plums, for worms-the Pontoon:-.
Soda Water Powders, for a cool drink.
For sale by FISHER A IIEINITSH,
.lune 1 Druggists.
J?L\Q and Porter.
mEN ens!;- EDINBURG ALE. pints.
JL DUBLIN PORTER, pinta. For salo by
Mureil Ll E. A G. I). HOPE. '
Plow Moulds! Plow Moulds!
prr^/^fc SWEDES PLOW MOULDS,
.Jv/V/ just received and for salo by
_March8 J. A T. P.. AGNEW.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
rrp? BBLS. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
I ?j 20 bags Counti v
lt) bbls. Reeker's Self-raising "
For salo low by E. & G. D. HOPE.
5HHD8. MUSCOVADO SUGARS.
?0 bbls. " "
For sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
SARATOGA WATER !
JUST received fresh from the Spring.
For salo bv
FISHER A HEINITSTf,
April 1 Druggists.
QUO AR MILLS can ht -ad at low pries.
IO Call nt Palmetto Iron Works.
May 25 :ii! WM. GLAZE A CO.
ONE S A W MILL--coniplete; engine
40-horse power. At Palmetto Iron
Works. WM. GLAZE A CO.
Philadelphia lins organized a so?
ciety for au improvement in the
character of candidates for public
office. The character of New York
politicians is beyond improving.
A man in Meriden, Conn., bas two
magnificent Newfoundland dogs of
prodigious 8?ze, winch have drawn
a burden of no less than five hundred
The editor of the Lawrence (Kan?
sas) Tribune says that iu ono hour
he counted on one dry, s.iudy ridge,
10,000,000,000 grasshoppers, and
left some uncounted.
The Kentucky Ladies' Association
of Louisville have just forwarded
SI,800 to Gen. Leo for tho benefit
of Washington College, Va.
A Now York jury compelled a man
to pay 8(5,000 for a woman und child
whom ho suffocated by stopping the
Gentlemeu from Paris inform the
Boston Post that Napoleon has de?
clared the Exposition the greatest
failure of the age.
A woman in Detroit has been ar?
rested for smuggling tea in her stock?
fe! >- S > S
* s o
* a? GC
The Subscriber has Returned
rilO his OLD STAND, at HIP corner of
JL Plain and Marion streets. Hotendcra
his professional services to the inhabi?
tants of Columbia and its vicinity, and
will attend promptly to ALL CALLS,
either in tho DAY or NIGHT. Office hours
from 12 to I.
_June 1 D. IL TRF.ZF.VANT, M. IX_
Flour, Corn & IVE eal.
ONE HUNDRED bushels fresh Kiln
dried M EAL.
20 bags line COUNTRY FLOUR -low.
1,000 bushels COHN.
40 *' EYE.
Juno 2 :i JAMES G. GIBBES.
TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS!
ROOK ISUNO C?0DS.
IE von desire to supply yourselves for the
FALL und WINTER TRADE, with tho
VEIW BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
AND WITH THF MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
All fret' from shoddy and oilier impurities,
Order samples from the subscriber, and
they will be forwarded, with prices attach?
ed, during tho mon tba of July and August.
From these samples you can make your
selections and return your orders: and the
goods will be forwarded direct from tho
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Rook Island Mannfae. Co.,
.lune 2 4mo Charlotte, N. C.
Notice is Hereby Given,
THAT tho Vestry and Church Wardens
of Trinity Church, Columbia, H. C.,
will present their petition, on tho 2d day
of August next, to his Honor Chancellor
Carron, sitting at chambers in Columbia,
s. C., for a ronowal, for fourtocn years, ot
the CHARTER incorporating said Church.
Tho capital stock of tho said corporation
in real estate to be $40,000. This notice
and the said petition hoing in pursuance of
the Act of Assembly, approve 1 the 20th
dav of December. 18CG.
FICKLING & POPE,
June 2 mw2mo Att'vs for Petitioners.
TH0S? E. GREGG &C0.t
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS
OFFICE OF GE EG G i0 CO.
May ill _G_
FREDERICK THE GREAT AND HIS
FAMILY; by L. Mtlhlbuck. Bellin and
Sans Souci, or Frederick tho Great and his
Fi i> ods. Also, hrcsh supplies of Tho Mer?
chants of Berlin, Frederick thc Great and
bis Court and Joseph Second and his
Court. Wearing of tho Grey-being Per?
sonal Portraits and Adventures of the War;
by John Esten Cook: with portraits and
plates. Sybil's Second Love: by Julia
Kavanagh. Pondonnis; by Thackeray
new edition. Diamond Editions ol'Dick?
ens' Works. Mosby and bis Men; by
Crawford. Tho Cruise of tho shenandoah.
Sut LovingOfid's Yarns; with plates. And
some good Novels. Fine Writing Desks.
And, also, tho Bankrupt Law, with Notes
and Decisions; and other new Law Rooks.
For sale at McCARTER'S Books toro,
Opposite Columbia Lawyer's Itango-.
May ll lt. L. BRYAN.
mWENTY tubs and firkins GOSHEN
_L BUTTER, at reduced prices.
15 bbls. Hecker's Self-raising FLOUR.
5 " Milk, Butter, Wine and Sugar
S tierces DIAMOND HAMS. And for
salobv C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
1TCH CURE! ITCH CURE! !
ITCH, ITCH, SCRATCH, SCRATCH.
Itch, Itch, Scratch, Scratch.
Harvey's Itch Cure, Harvey's Itch Cure,
Cures in 2t hourn, cures In 21 hours,
Worst kimi of Itch, worst kind of Itch.
Indeed, all kinds of Itch, Tetter, Piles,
Scald Head, Ac. Only 25 cents a box. A
sure euro. Trv it: trv it. For salo by
FISHER A HEIN1TSH,
May 15 Druggists.
DR. R W. GIRRES bas returned to Co
lr.nbia and resume.I his practice-. Rc
?M<" ce it Mr. Melvin M. Cohen's, East
end of Washington street, opposite thc
Orphan House. May 10 Imo
Tho following telegram lins been
received: . 'Mexico, May 25.-Horneo
Greeley, N. Y. : I'm iu a tight pince.
Como on first train, and do by me
as you did by Davis. Say nothing
to tho 'blockheads'.-Maximilian."
In Loudon, gambling is increasing
to n fearful extent. It is carried on
in private houses, and the "hells"
aro re-appearing, which can bo found
by those who care to lind them.
A thousand dollars worth of spec?
tacles were stolen in St. Louis tho
other niglit. The thief evidently
intended to look into tho matter.
A sample of brandy analyzed in
Middlesex, Mass., has been found to
August Delmont, of New York,
returns an income of ?l0G,0i)l this
In China there nre seven grounds
of divorce, of which tho fourth is
talkativeness in women.
Red is now the most fashionable
color for gai ters, says an exchange.
PURE VINEGARS. ?
1CA s Iv FRENCH WINE VINEGAR.
8 bbls. puro CIDER "
For salo IJV E. A G. D. HOPE.
M av :w
ONE HUNDRED Davis, Jr., DIAMOND
Rbis. BREAKFAST BACON -choice.
" S. C. SHOULDERS.
IIlnls. primo BACON. Just received and
for salo in quantities to suit, at lowest
market rntos, bv
May 31 C. IL BALDWIN A Ci).
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THE VEE.Y LATEST STYLES.
ALSO, A SEW SUPPLY OF
rpi I E. above GOODS were purchased at
X tho late CLEAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will bo sold VE P. Y LOW.
Violin and Guitar
ALARGE and CHOICE SELECTION of
GENUINE ITALIAN STRINGS; also,
a line assortment of Violin Bows, Bridges,
Screws, Duttons and Tail riecos. ,lust
received at E. POLLARD'S.
April 7 inw24
Starch, Soap, Sec.
-1 f\(\ ROXI'S SOAP, assortedqnalitii a,
JA/V/ 50 boxes Adamantino ('.?miles,
:!.? boxes Pure Starch,
Which ure offered low by tho box or ut
retail. C. IL DALI "W IN A CO
Sodawater, Porter and Ale.
HAVING commenced tho manufacturo
and bottling of SODAWATER, POR?
TER and ALE, 1 am now prepared to till
all orders from tho city and country en?
trusted to HIV care, with promptness. All
orders must i>o accompanied with the mo
nev, as my terms are strictly cash.
P. >. Box Columbia, S. C.
r ,r Newberry Herald, Spartanburg E> -
press, Chester Standard, Greenville ifoun
(aineer and Anderson Intelligencer copy
lour times, and forward hills immediately.
DR. CUMMINGS' NEW BOOK,
rjMIE LAST WARNING CRY-$1.50.
J. ECCE DEUO, with Controversial
Notes on Ecce Homo -SI.50.
Louisa Mnhlback's Morehantof Berlin.
Joesh II and His Court.
Frederick Great :?::d Iiis Court.
Frederick Ibo Groat and IL* Family.
Frederick the Great and llis Friends.
New Supplies of st. Elmo.
Woman in White and Armadale: by
And other select novels.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Booksellers, Towuse.id A North's
1 May 25 Old Stand, Columbia.
IN THE PRICE OF
AS is our usual custom at
thc close of each season, wc
now oiler our stock of
SPRING CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAINS in BOYS'
CASSIMERES & TWEEDS.
Ii, & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
X. B.-We a rc daily mak?
ing additions to our stock of
Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
TURE. May 14
Attention is enlled to the notice
given of u meeting of the Masons, to
bo held this evening, at. 7 o'clock.
15c punctual in attendance.
POST OFFICE HOURS,-The office is
open from "8 a. m. until 3 "Li p. m.,
and from 0 until 7 p. m. The North?
ern mail closes at 3>.J p. m., and all
other mails close at 8 p. m.
We have been requested by tho
Superintendent of Water Works to
state that the water will be shut off
of tho West end of Plain street this
morning, at 7 o'clock, for thc entire
ANOTIIEK PRIZE AT THE PARIS EXPO?
SITION.-Wo notice, from the Xow
York Evening Post, that Wood's ma?
chines has .cccived the first pre?
mium-a grand gold medal-at the
Paris Exposition. W. D. Lowrance
is agent for these machines in Colum?
FINI; VEGETABLES.-We have re?
ceived from our friend, Mr. James E.
Black, a specimen of cabbage aud
beets raised on his farm near Colum?
bia, which are decidedly the finest we
have seeu this season. Persons de?
siring choice, fresh vegetables, would
do well to apply to him.
IM roi '.TANT MOVEMENT OF Tuoors.
Two companies of the Gth United
Slates Infantry stationed in Charles?
ton and two companies from this city,
will leave this military district to gar?
rison one of tho Indian forts ou the
Western frontier. General Green,
Commandant of this Post, will go out
in command of the battalion.
CARDS! CARDS!-Show cards, busi?
ness cards, visiting and wedding
cards, executed at the Phoenix .Tob
Ollice, in tho neatest styles of the
art. Cards of all sizes constantly
on hand, and all orders from town or
country promptly attended to.
FOUND DEAD.-A freedman, named
James Lowis, was found in a dying
condition on Assembly, between Lau?
rel and Richland streets, yesterday
morning, about 2 o'clock, by Police?
men Dunkin and Strickland. Medi?
cal assistance was immediately sum?
moned, but thc unfortunate man soon
expired. Coroner Walker impanelled
a jury of inquest, who, after a pos!
mortem examination by Dr. W. P.
Geiger, and receiving the evidence of
several witnesses, rendered a verdict
of death from neuralgia of the heart.
Ni.w Aovi.r.TiHi'.MK.NTs.-Attention lu call?
t il tn the following advertisement*, which
hi-?. published this morning For :he first
Jacob Levin-Contents ol store.
Fisher A Lowrance-Peas.
Richland Lodge-Regulur Meeting,
llostettor's Stomach Ritters.
NV. T. Walter-Meeting of Masons.
Some four weeks ago, anticipating a
heavy decline in goods. Mr. R. C. Shiver
commonced his Kiand clearing sales, which
was a success; for the decline has come,
and with it a largo lot. of new goods. So
that bis will be the place to buy new goods
and at low prices.
? COOT) SERVANT, to cook and wash;
J\, a middle-aged woman preferred. For
one that will bo acceptable, fair wages
paid promptly, either monthly or weekly. <
Apply at tho Centre cottage, immediately
North of the ('?.arlette Depot. May:'.!
HMDS, prime Clear Rib BACON
JLv / 8F.DE8, inst received and for sale ?it
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, by th
hogshead, or at retail, by
May 'J_> J. A T. 1!. AGNEW
NAILS, NAILS, KAILS.
AtlheSiqn <.<." the Golden Pad-Lock.
KEGS superior quality CUT
ZV/W NAILS, in store nud For sah lo
for ??ash bv JOHN c. Di A1..
Illili TO DAY.
FULTON MARKET SMOKED DEEP
Tubs choice GOSHEN RUTTER, ot ?Oo.
Lags and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at Rh!.;
a In sh lot-superior.
Hb!s. and boxes Breakfast Raeon.
Milk, Butter, Trenton, Sugar, Wine and
Hocker's Self-raising FLOUR-genuine.
Hi.ls. Jersey Peach-blow Potatoes.
And for safe at FAIR PRICKS by
March JJ C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
K CASKS prime SHERRY WINE, ror sal
O low to dealers. E. A G. D. HOPE.
ALONZO REESE respectfully informs
his patrons that ho has opened a
HAIR-DRESSING SALOON, on Main
street, nest door io the Pollock House.
SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and HAIR
CUTTING promptly attended to.
May 28 Imo
Flour! Flour! !
4~/\f\ LBS. COUNTRY FLOUR a
.?M/V/ primo article. Low for cash.
May 17 JOHN C. BEEPERS A CO.
HAMS, TONGUES, &c.
AA/\ CHOICE Sugar-cured FI AMS.
Z\l\)v>" ?I.s. SMOKED BEEF AND
; SMOKED T< INOUES. For salo low.
I M .v SO E. A 0. D. non;.