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CHAIU^ESTON, June 8.-In a caso
before the United States District
' Court, Judge Bryan bas decided that
a telegraph company is bound to ex?
hibit private messages in evidence,
if required-telegrams not being
within the class ol privileged commu?
nications. The decision occasions
much comment in mercantile circles.
RICHMOND, June 8.-The Presi?
dential party left here this morning
CHARLESTON,. Juno 8.-Arrived
Schooner Miranda, New York. Sail?
ed-Schooners D. Faust aud S. J.
Waring, Wilmington, N. C.
SAN LUIS POTOSI, May 18.-Gen.
Miguol Lopoz, high in Maximilian's
confidence, and two other Imperial
generals, caused the fall of Queretaro,
by selling one of tho principal forts.
Maximilian, in surrendering, made
three requests: That lie should not
be insulted, but treated as a prisoner
of war; if any were shot, ho is to be
the first; if shot, tho body not to be
NEW YORK, June 8.-The yacht
Henrietta, from Europe, is coming
The Santiago de Cuba .vas towed
i'it.-? the Horse Shoe this morning,
Spboio shipments to-dav $1,642,
The Now York Herald's special
Paris despatch, dated yesterday, says
the Impoi?al party had a very narrov
escape, the ball passing in a line be
tween '.wo of tho distinguished per
sonages, and wounding a lady stand
^ug in the street. A horse ridden bj
a groom in waiting was wounded ir
the head, and the blood spurted oi
tholmperial uniforms. Thoassassii
attempted a second shot, when tin
pistol burst. Ho is a Pole, convint,
from Belgium, and without nccom
plices in Paris. The police saved hi
life from the enragod populace, i
magnificent ball was given at th
Russian Embassy the same evening
Tho Czar, with his sons, and tho Em
peror and Empress of France, wen
present. Tho members of the Rus
sian royal party were congratulate!
on their escape.
A largo building in Charlestown
known as Ducker's bonded warehouse
fell to the ground, with u terribl
crash, yesterday afternoon. Thro
men, who were at work in the built"
iug at thc time, were severely injaree
NEW ORLEANS, Juuo 8.-Th i
morning, ut half-past 0 o'clock, En
vet Brigadier-General John W. Fo]
syth, of General Sheridan's staf
called at the Executive office, Meehi
nies' Institute, and told Gov. Wei
he bore a written communication t
him from the General commandini
which was found to be as follows:
HEADQUARTERS 5TH Min. DIST.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA. , June 7.
Mr. J. Madison Wells, Ex-Governor i
Sin: Governor Flanders has ju
informed me that he made an oflici
demand on you for the records of tl
office, which you have heretofore hel
as Governor of Louisiana, and tin
you have declined to turn them ov
to him, di?putiug the right to remo'
from office by me, which right ye
have acknowledged and urged on n
up to tho time of your own remov?
I therefore send Brevet Brigadic
General John W. Forsyth, of my sta
to notify you that he is sent by u
to eject yon from tho Governoi
room forcibly, unless you cousid
this notification as equivalent
P. H. SHERIDAN,
Major-General United States,
Commanding 5th Mil. Dist.
After reading this communicatio
Governor Wells said to Gen. Forsyl
"Sir: I surreuder the offioe I he
only to tho sword," aael called
Judge Bryan, of tho Parish of I
pides, to bear witness of what
saiel. Without making any respoi
whatever, General Forsyth withdre
The new appointee, Mr. Fiando
will therefore take immediate p
session of the Executive ollice. I
Governor Wells has consulted w
eminent counsel as to the proj
course to pursue at law.
Gov. Flanders, accompanied
Gen. Forsyth, appeared at the E
cntive offioe about G o'clock, and i
tered upon his duties as Governor
Louisiana. No ceremony whatev
He stated that his efforts should ht
the best of lus ability exerted for l
WASHINGTON, June 8.-The Pr*
dent received the first intimation
Wells' removal through tho news
pers. Ho considers these remet
unauthorized by tho law.
The Treasury will redeem and
stroy $20,000,000 compound intel
notes next week.
Revenue receipts to-day $565,0
for the week, 85,450,000: fiscal v
to elate, 8252,000,000.
LONDON, June 8.-Tho ?vacu?t
of Luxemburg will be comple
Garibaldi has appeared in n r
attitude. In & lotter which ho
recently addressed to the Eugl
Minister at Florence. Garibaldi foi
ally sots forth his title to the gove
orship of Rome, to which office
states himself to havu been elec
hy-tho Roman peoplo in 181K 9, :
from whioh high estate he dei
that ho lins ever been legally depos
Capt. Guseman and Messrs. Bit
anet Brulangi, a French Governni
commission, have been at Spri
fleki, Mass., examining' tho Un
COMMKKCIAL AND VISA?C?AL.
NEW YOEE,. Juno 8-Noon*-Flour
more steady. Wheat quiet and stea?
dy. Corn quiet, and holders firmer;
buyers hold off. Mess pork heavy,
at $22.25. Lard dull, at 13%. Cot?
ton dull, at 27. Stocks lower. Gold
36%. Sterling-time, lO?.lOK ;
sight, 10 ? j@ 10,5-0. Money 7 per cent.
7 P. M.~-Cotton without decided
ohauge; sales 2,000 bales, at 27c.
Flour moro steady for medium grades,
with a fair home demand-State su?
perfine $8(59.70; choice S10.50@
11.50. ? Corn opened firm, but closed
with . a declining tendency-mixed
Western, new, $1.05, and SI. 10 for
old. Pork lower-820.22(^20.50. Mo?
ney market firm.
On Monday, the Sub-Treasurer will
commonco to pay out 810,000,000 for
redemption of compound interest
notes maturing on tho 10th. On the
15th, about $9,00(L000 will be paid as
interest on seven-thirty notes. Gold
without material change.
BALTIMORE, Juno 8.-Cotton dull
and in favor of buyers-27. Coffee
dull; stock in importers' hands30,000
sacks. Sugar-refiuinggrades firmer;
common to good 10'..'," ll. Flour
closed tending up. Corn receipts
light and better feeling-white SI.03
(7M.04; yellow $email@example.com. Whis?
CINCINNATI, June S.-Flour steady.
Corn quiet. Cotton dull, nt 21'.. -<
25. Whiskey dull.
SAVANNAH, June8.-Sales of cotton
to-day 315 bales-low middliugs 28*?.
No goo.", cotton offering; market easy.
MOBILE, June 8.-Sales of cotton
800 bales; market closed quiet, easier
and in favor of buyers-middlings
23)4. Receipts 285 bales.
AUGUSTA, June 8.-Cotton very
flat; sales 20 bales; prices too irregu?
lar for quotations.
CHARLESTON, June 8.-Cotton un?
settled and ((notations nominal; sales
78bales-middlings 25(3 26. Receipts
NEW ORLEANS, June 8.-Sales of ?
cotton 000 bales; market dull and un- i
changed-low middlings 24Ja'(7;25.
Receipts 113; exports 4,80!). Sugar
in bettor demand-low fair 11 vol- j
low clarified lS^Oj 14. Flour very ;
dull and irregular-superfine -^10.50
(" ll. Corn dull and unchanged
mixed and yellow $1.10(5 L15j white
scarce, at $1.20. Bacon weaker
shoulders 9?:?; iib sides 12';; clour
LIVERPOOL, Juno S-Noon.-Cot- i
ton dull-uplands ll \s ; Orleans ll;.
Corn declined-quoted at "7-.
LONDON, June 8-Evening.-Con- 1
sols 94 Bonds 7:1.
LIVERPOOL, June S-Evening.
Cotton easier; sales 8,000 bales-up?
lands ll %\ Orleans ll V Corn 36s.
BUCK-EYE TRIUMPHANT !
rflHE subscriber has received the amii v
X for thc salo of tia- celebrated BUCK?
EYE COMBINED REAPED und MOWER,
which bas taken tin.' premium over all
otlier machines et tin" kind, whenever ex?
Parties wishing machine* will /md it to
their interest to call and examine the
Buck-eyo, before purchasing t-lsowhero. AU
machines sold at manufacturer's prices,
and expenses added, and every machine
sold warranted to nive entire satisfaction.
Tenn? liberal. Applv to
* JOHN C. DIAL,
Jone-1 Manufacturer'* Ascent.
11HE HOME FOR SOUTHERNERS; by
. Rev. ballard S. Dunn, ol New Orleans,
with a lino map.
Twelve Decisive Battles of the Late War;
hy Swinton, with plan* of battles, Ac.
"Wearin," of the Groy;by author of "Sur?
ry of Eagle's Nest,'' with [dates.
' Diamond Editions of Longfellow, Thack?
eray, Dickens and Tennyson.
Frederick tho Great and Family; hy
Muhlbach. And other booka by same au?
Sowing the Wind; by Linton.
And other new Books. For sale ar
June ii Ii. L. BRYAN.
THOMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WATER,
for soro and inflamed eyes.
MoAlliHter'a All-healing Salve-a valu?
able ointment for old ?orea.
Dalby'* Carminative for Children.
Fly Poison Paper, for Instant denth to
llarvev'a Rat Plums, the rat annihi?
"Harleam Oil," the Dutch specific-a
.Extract Lemon and Vanilla, ior flavoring.
Flea Powder, tor insects, ant*, Ac.
Soothing syrup, tor children teething.
Simar Plums, ior worm?-the Pontoons.
Soda Water Powders, for a cool drink.
For S?le by FISHER A ll LT NT TS H,
June 1 _ Druggists.
DH. H. \V. GIBBES has returned tu Co?
lumbia and resumed his practice. Re?
sidence at Mr. Melvin M. Cohen's. Fast
end of Washington street, opposite the
Orphan Houwe. Maj 16 !!"<._
ONE SAW MILL-completo; engine ;
40-liorse power. At Palmetto iron
Works. WM. GLAZE A CO.
Mav 25 3G
SUGAR MILLS can bc had at low prices.
Call at Palmetto lion Works.
May 25 36 WM. GLAZE A CO.
ALONZO P.EHSE respectfully informs
hi* patron?- that lie bas opened a
HAITI-DRESSING SALOON, on Main .
si ref t, next door to the Pollock House. I
SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and HAIR
cr i TING promptly attended to.
M av 2? lino
No, 1 Mackerel,
AT wholesale and retail. Fresh and tat. |
Slav 17 J. C. SEEGER8 A co.
THE ROOM overtbo stor? of Thomson
Earle. Apply to
April I.? ALTRED TOLLESON.
LONDON LAYER RAISINS.
VV?RY choice article, at whoh sale and !
,... ()] T. .HN C. SEEOERS St CO.
TO SOIiTHER? MCHAKTS!
ROCK xtum COOPS,
II' mn desire to supply yourselves foi* the
I*ALL and WINTER "TRADE, with the
V I5BY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
AH free from slioddg awl other imparities,
Order samples from the subscriber, and
tbey will be forwarded, with prices attach?
ed, duriug tho mouths of July and August.
From these samples yon can make roth*
p. .ections and return your orders: and tho
goods will be forwarded direct from the
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Bock Island Mannfac. Co.,
_Juno 2 -Imo _Charlotte. N. C.
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LAGER ! LAGER ! !
FRESH LAGER REER, now in the cool
cellar, at the Brewery, and always re-1
ceiving, to supply tin; trade, :it wholesale
and retail, at low rate*.
June 1 J. C. SEEGERS A- CO._ |
Sodawater, Porter and Ale.
HATING commenced thc manufacture !
and bottling ol SODAWATER, POR?
TER and ALE, I am now prepared to till
all orders from tho city and conutry . n- j
trusted to my care, with promptly > .. .01
orders must bc accompanied with the mo- j
nev, HS my terni:- are strictly cash,
JAM Cs COSGROVE,
P. ?. Bos 23, Columbia, S. C.
Ho" Newberry Herald. Spartanburg A'.
prese, Chester Standard, Greenville .V-ivn-j
taineer and Anderson Intelligencer copy!
four times, and forward bill-? linnie liatcly. .
DR. CUMMINGS NEW BOOK,
milE LAST WARNING CRY - M.5A.
JL ECCE DECO, with Controversial
Notes on Ecce Homo-$1.30.
Louisa Mnblback's Merchant ol Berlin.
Juesh II and His Court.
Frederick Great and His Court.
Frederick the Orcat and His Faniiiy.
Frederick the Great and His Friends.
New supplies of St. Elmo.
Woman m White and Armadale; by
And other select novels.
DUFFIE A- CHAPMAN,
Booksellers, Townsend A North's
May 23 Old stand. Columbia.
A NEV." SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
.W.SO, A NEW M'PPLY Ol"
THE above GOODS were purchased at
the late GR KAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will be sold VERY LOW.
M. I.. KINARI).
Violin and Guitar
ALARGE and CHOICE SELECTION of ,
GENUINE ITALIAN STRINGS: also,
a line assortment of Violin Bows, Bridges,
Screws. Button-, and Tail Pieces. J not .
received at E. POLLARD'S. I
April 7 mw-I
REMO VAL !
MRS. C. E. REED li -
^^ffijk changed her place of business
?SCjgjap to a more commodious st ?.>?.
FXNA&$($ ?nc\t door to E. Pollard -,
?yH9g& Main street,> land will Keep
dKl?flf/tr constantly on hand a Iresl.
KjWRi?? supply of the latest stvles ot
U f'l FRENCH MILLINERY, in all
Jl :M itsi branches. Also, superior
Xl wt Silk Coverings, Hair Braids,
Curls, French Corsets, Ac. at low prices.
Please call and examine before purchasing
DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DE?
SPATCH._May 20 t .
-| f\ HHDS. prime Clear Rib BACON
IA/ BIDES, inst received and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, by the i
hogshead, or at retail, by
May 22_J. A T. R. AGNEW |,
BY THE EMILY SOUDER.
4 SELECTED STOCK of verv excellent '
il. FRENCH BON-BONS, CREAM CHO?
COLATES, JELLY CAKES, kc, at
Plain street, near Central H"ti-<-. j .
Mu ch VJ_
Threshing and Ginning.
IAM prepared to mako engagements !..
anv extent for THRESHING WHEAT i
and (?ATS. Also, for GINNING Ci IT rON. .
Partier, within twenty miles pf Colombia 11
wishing me to s.-rw them v iih>!> notify
DIS at once. Telina moderato.
W. B. LO WRAN? E,
' April 21 _ Columbia. S. C. |
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
rnUBS choice GOSHEN MAY BUTTER*
X 1?> boxe* E. D. and Cutting ..'HEESE.
For ?ile bv E. St G. D. HOPE
XJ. 8. Government Claim Office.
SOLDIERS, SAILORS and aU other per
sons haring claims against the Govern
ment, take notice that I collect additional
bounty, increased pensions, back pay aud
old bounty duo soldiers or their heirs; pay
for horses and equipments owned by sol?
diers, lost in service, and forty ceut? per
diom for uso of same while in service, and
commutation of rations due soldiers whilo
prisoners of war. We obtain Land War?
rants for soldiers or officers who served
fourteen days or more iu Mexican, Florida
or any Indian war, the Aroostook and war
of 18?2, or were engnged in one battle in
any of said wars. Prize money, bag mo?
ney, naval bounty aud pensions collected
Colored soldiers, seamen ?md their heirs
are entitled to additional bounty, to pen?
sions, prize money and naval bounty, as
the same paid to white persons.
Collect officers' three months'pay proper
and arrears of pay, settle, their accounts
with the Government, togother with claims
for additional pay for servants, now due
all officers Bince 1364. Also, collect claims
for property taken for the usc of the army,
whether vouchers nro given or not. Call
or ad .ress, enclosing stamp.
United States Claim Agent, ;
Tost Cilice Box 196, Charleston, S. C. i
June 2 tn!
CHARLESTON, S. C.
>r. THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
'rnr H ?TEL has been thoroughly repair-1
JUIfcod, refitted and re furnished, and ia
now ready for the accommodation of the
traveling public, whose patronage is re?
aped fully solicited.
The proprietor promises tu du all in his
po ..er for the comfort of hi? guests.
March 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables, i
^AK. Charleston, S. C. DIE- ??PRJL.
XWIGEN A BAKER, pro- assilg:
?M Trprietors. Saddle Horses, Car
riagoi, Pine tons aud Buggies to hire, at all
houri. Mules and Horses for salo.
c // A Ji L E sro N. s. c.
("COACHES always in readiness to oouvey !
j passengers to and from tho Hotel.
Feb 26 Willi I'- A M IXLT'.. Proprietor*.
$20. AGENTS WASTED, ?1
db-TX TO ?200 PER MONTH-males aud
Np ? O femah .- tn si ll Hu only genuine
ifommon Sense FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE manufactured, it will hem, ?el!,
stitch, tuck. bind, braid, quilt and embroi?
der beautifully. Price only ?20, including I
Barnum's Self-sewer and Self-turning Hom- !
mer. Fully warranted for live years.
CAUTION.-Beware of those selling I
worthless cast-iron machines, under tin?
.-ame name a* ours. For circular- and1
terni-, addles- C. BOWERS A CO.. j
.-'.Vj s Fifth street. Philadelphia, Pa. \
May 21 " In... I
New York Advertisements.
21,23, 25 -1.Y7? 27 JiltOADW? V. -V. )" '
OPPOSITE BOWLING QUEEN.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE is well anti1
widely known to the traveling public.
The location is especially suitable to mer-1
chant* and business men; it i-? in close,
proximity to the bu-inoss part of the city,!
is on the highway of Southern and Weat-'
em travel, and adjacent to all the princi?
pal railroad and steamboat depots.
The Stevens House ha* libera! accom?
modation for over 30u guest*: it is well fur?
nished, and possesses overy modern
Improvement for th< comfort and enter?
tainment of its inman s, The room* hav?
ing been refurnished .md remodeled, we
are enabled to oder extra facilities for the
comfort and pleasure of our guests. The
rooms are spacious and well ventilated- ;
provided with gas and water: the attend-;
ance is prompt and respectful, and the,
table is generously provided with every;
deliuacv of the season--at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE A CO., I
May 31 6nio Proprietor-.
New York Hotel,
NEW YORE CITY. '
THE subscribe: -. bUCCCSsora tc H. C ran?
ston, Esq., and CraustonA Bi!dreth,in tho!
proprietorship of thia well-known
P l) PCL A R II OT E L .
'iV;s':i to assure their friends and the public,
generally, that they shall spare no pains!
nor exp. use in their end< avors to maintain
tte reputation .-o well merited under its
former proprietors, a? one oi
mE FIRST OF FIRST-CLASS HOTELS.
I). M. HILDRETH k CO.
April 7 3mo
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES'.
SOUTHERN SIXTHITI ES!
Bought and sold on commission by
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
AV,, io WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
MONEY received on deposit from bank*,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at the regular Stock Ex?
change by a member ol the Arm. Consign?
ments of "Cotton solicited. April S
DEWITT C. LAWBEXOE. JOHN P.. CECIL.
Ovars J. LAWRENCE. Wat. A. HALSTEU
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY.
1?10R the aale of COTTON. COTTON
" YARNS, SHEETINGS. Naval Stores,
Vc, and for the purchase ot Merchandize
generally, or. Pentl Street^ Neut York.
Consignments to us from every pohrt in
he South fully protected by Insurance as
?iou a.- shipped. Jilly 14 ly
I. E. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAUL.VY.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
i'XITED STATES TYPE FlO'DM
AND PRINTER'S WAREIHH7S?
N^OS. '2*, 30 and 32 Centre etiv.-t, eon -r
. f Reade street,) New York. The typ
>n whloii this paper is printed ll from tho
ibove Foundry, t N iv
"By Industry we Thrive!"
P WEI: PnESS
HAYING boen thoroughly fitted up and
supplied wftli CARDS, PAPER, BRONZE,
COLORED INK. CUTS and TYPE in gre at
variety, the proprietor is prepared to exe- I
cute, at short notice, in gool style, and at
reasonable prices, every variety of j
From a Visiting Card to a Three-Sheet
Poster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
lume. All persons In want of any kind
of JOB PRINTING, are invited to call and
Prices and Samples of Work,
And we pledge ourselves to give entire
satisfaction, it: thu way o;
Bu' )i:s, Pamphlets,
Programmer, Business Cards,
Visiting Cards, Dray Tickets,
Wedding Ca. J*, Receipts,
Bill Heads. Labels,
Circula a, Blanks, Ac
JULIAN A. SELBY. Prop'r
PhoniX and GlctlUCt Printing Onice,
Wt-?t bil'..- Ma:u Street, st ove Taylor,
Juno 9 Colombia, s. c.
Dry Gooda, Ololhiny, Hats, Boots, Shoes.
W. T. WALTER
WILL ?jell at his Mart, TO-JORROW
'Monday) MORNING, tho 10th Instant,
at 10 o'clock,
A largo assortment of Gen t's and Youths'
Clothing, Dry Goods, Felt Hats, Boots.
Shoes, Notions, &o. Dealers would do well
to attend. Salo positivo. Bargains to be
had. June 0
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS.
OPENED JUNE 1.
rpiIIS favorite and deligV.ful WATER
J_ ING-PLACE, having undergone tho?
rough renovation, is prepared to receive
visitors. The ownora havo made every
crt'ort in the outlit and equipment to ren?
der the placo mprc than ever attractive to
those in quest of recreation, whilo to the
invalid its medicinal waters hold out new
hopea of health. It may bo confidently
claimed for them that they have in a great
many cases relieved, and in many more
cuses cured, tho following diseases*: Scro?
fula, and many chronic cutaneous diseases:
Chronic Thrush, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia,
Chronic Diarrhoea, Dropsy, Affections of
Kidney and Bladder, and" Piles; and, in
connection with tho hot baths, Chronic
Aa an appetizer! a tonic and general re?
storative to an enfeebled constitution, it is
perhaps unrivalled amongst mineral wa?
The proprietors' have engaged for the
approaching season a very superior Band
of Music, both for the Lawn and the Ball?
The Billiard and Bowling Saloons, both
for ladies and gentlemen, will be found in
more complete order than ever before.
From tho very extensive preparations
now making at all the leading Virginia
Springs, a heavy travel is anticipated, and
wo think will bo attracted. It shall be the
aim of the undersigned to keep their
establishment FULLY UP TO THE FORE?
MOST; and they hope to see a renewal of
the social rc-uuiona which in former years
lent such a charm to these mountain re?
Passengers by thc Virgiuia Central Rail?
road get off tuc cars at Goshen Depot.
Eight miles of staging over a smooth roail
lamia them at tho Springs.
jtS~ Boartl $3.50 per day; $00 per month.
We have secured the efficient services ul
Capt. WM. IL SALE, solong and favorably
known to the public, in connection with
FRAZIER & RANDOLPH, Prop'rs.
PURCELL, LADD A CO., Richmond:
A. B. BUCKER, Lvnchburg:
COLEMAN A ROGERS, Baltimore;
HEGEMAN A CO., New York;
Agonta for sale of the Water anel Mass
or Salts. June 2 3u
THE undersigned informs
the public that ne is making
.weekly additions to his stock
IA goods; and as ho pur?
chased for cash, will dispose of them at
He invites an inspection of his stock,
which consists of
GOLD PENS, Ac
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
HAIR JEWELRY and ORNAMENTS
prepared in various etylea.
At Sulzbachcr A Co.'s, Assemblv et.
IN THE PRICE OF
AS is our usual custom at
the close of each season, we
now offer our stock of
SPRING CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAIN? in BOYS
CASSIMERES & TWEEDS.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
X. B.-Wc are daily mak?
ing additions to our stock of
.Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWX MANUFAC
TJJRE. May 14
FLOUR AND POTATOES.
jr rv BBLS. FLOUR, assorted-from fine
tj\_) to extra familv.
20 bbl?. Peach Blow Potate.es-in ?uo
No. 1 Mackerel-in barrels and kits.
Just received, and for salo by
April ll GEO. 8YMMERS.
JOLIN H. HEISE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL:
(BANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
J \.s can be laid down here from the
North. 4Sr Corner'of Plant and Harlot
Kabove business, I am pre
?^^r^^^^^^pared to execute all ki!,
jf work in tho above line at the ahort
notice anil most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constar.:i;
liahd. Funeral* nromptlv attended.
Aug BD M. H. BERRY
At Br.tnntn A Carrol' s Carrfajiv F