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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1867
VOLUME III-NO. 71,
PCBLISHED HAILY AND TBI-WEEKLY.
EVEIIY WEDNESDAY MOEN INO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
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Taylor (or Camden) street.
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the month or year.
W. C. Mooro, Abbeville.
J. It. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. Tl.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Greenville.
EMIGRATTOK TO THE SOUTH.-Tho
Now York Times says :
"Wbilo tho Eastern ami border
tier of tho Southern Stntes uro at?
tracting Northern immigration and
capital by their mineral and metallic
wealth, the lower and Western ranges
aro drawing moro of the agricultural
class. Florida seems to bo u favorito
State. Its delicious climate and al?
most iucrediblo fertility uro very
tempting to New Englanders, ninny
of whom havo already gone there,
and are well pleased. A notable in?
stance is Mrs. Stowe, who is said to
have purchased sonto 300 acres, and
planted it with orango groves, that
being the most rapid ml profitable
crop of the soil. It v stated that a
company is making arrangements for
a colony of Northern families who
may desire to settle together. This
is a most excellent ntea, if it does not
result in n seclusion and independ?
ence which would mako such a colo?
ny virtually a foreign clique instead
of a new element to be welcomed and
assimilated into the native population
as soon as possible."
THE BOAKD OE DELEGATES OP AME?
RICAN ISRAELITES'.-Tho annual con?
vention of tho Board of Delegates of
American Israelites was held, last
week, in Philadelphia. This, the
eighth year of the board's existence,
rinds fifty-three congregations on tho
roll, although not nuire than half that
number were represented by dele?
gates present. In the course of tho
proceedings, tho following resolution
Resolved, That tho Executive Com
u^?e ^? instrncted to urge upon the
k?l?Sflatnres of Pennsylvania and J
.Maryland, and other States, thu modi-1
rication of existing statutes thal dis-1
criminate against Israelite citizens, to ]
the end that Judaism may be fully
declared on an equality with Chris?
tianity, as far as the laws take cogni?
zance of religion, and that a special
committee upon this subject bo ap?
pointed by tho Executive Committee,
at its first session, with power to co- j
in?rate with local committees.
ADDRESS OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE.- ?
The address ol' Chief Justice Chase
at the opening of the Circuit Court
>f North Carolina, contains several1
important explanations and a very 1
significant interpretation of tho mill-1
tary bills. The Chief Justice stales
that the Justices declined holding'
Circuit Courts in tho South, because
it was regarded as "improper and un- j
becoming" for the highest officers of
the judicial department to exercise
their functions under the permit of
the sword. Ho also explains why no
Circuit Courts were held after the
military domination was abrogated
by tho proclamation of August last.
If the military bills restored that '
domination, as claimed by the official
conduct of several of tho department
:ommanders, the Chief Justice would
be in a somewhat awkward predica?
ment. Wo find him, therefore, say- j
inj that military authority is not now j
exercised "in supervision or control
ot all the tribunals whether State or
national. It is now used under the
Acts of Congress, and only to pre?
vent acts of illegal violence to per?
sons and property." Manifestly, tho
Chief Justice does not regard it as
within tho province of tho depart?
ment commanders to depose Gover?
nors and Judges, set asido laws and 1
convert every petty subordinate into
tn autocrat.-Motional Intelligencer. I
The Governor Wells kicked ont. of
office by Gen. Sheridan is a very
poor excuse for a mau or a governor,
and has very littlo sympathy in
Louisiana, or anywhere else, wo ima?
gine. It is only history repeating
itself, that those most freo in the uso
of tho guillotine in time themselves
Conventions* nnd Cuucmcs.
The Now York Herald has thc fol?
lowing editorial on the usual way of
Wo aro ou tho evo of n great
chango in that important part of our
political machinery, tho nomination
of men for the Presidency. Candi?
dates who are morely the results of
party bargains-who owe their promi?
nence to tho greater or loss strength
of this or that clique in some set
assemblage of huckstering politi?
cians-who nro tho accident? of a
political condition, and represent
only tho compromises and cheats of
party strife-such meu can no longer
bo accepted by the country, ns rally?
ing points for the expression of tho
popular purpose on great questions,
or as tho deliberate selections of thc
national will for tho highest placo in
the gift of tho people.
Washington was nominated for
first President by tho acclamation of
the country-the spontaneous expres?
sion of every part of the people; and
that was a caso in which there could
be no doubt who should be advanced
to tho first political dignity. Put in
subsequent elections, as no mau was
so definitely the representative of the
national ideas-as differences on
points of policy bogan to originate
parties, tho parties were put to choos?
ing from their leaders tho best typo
of themselves and ablest defender ol
their principles. Caucuses of Con?
gressmen were the first machinery
for thus settling a party choice; and
these caucuses acted with compara?
tivo honesty; for the mon they put in
nomination-all our early Pr?sident!
I -were strictly typical of thc great
I divisions of national thought, anti
w-cro also men of high character
j men who had achieved distinction foi
ability and worth.
Put from the caucuses this work o:
organizing the people for election!
fell into tho hands of conventions a:
they exist at the present time. Ii
theso bodies originated the corrnp
tion of tho country that now appal:
tho people. Demoralization, begin
niug there, spread into all parts o
our political system, until honor am
honesty are no longer regarded ai
having any association with politics
and votes and offices ure bought a
openly and unblushingly, with a
little .sense of shame in tho tronsnc
tion, as though they were iish in th
mai'kct. Conventions began by cheat
ing the people they were chosen t<
net for-putting up second and thin
rato men, with whom they coull
make terms, rather than groat lead
ors, who would not sloop to tread th
devious ways of corruption. Thu
eomo of the great men of our histor
liavo been shut out of tho Pres:
doney, and that high place has bee
filled by others absolutely un worth
such honor. How large a share thi
fact has had in causing our presen
troubles, every man who will thin
can ?oe for himself. Finding ho'
complete was their party contro
those conventions ran riot with thoi
trading, and this degraded the pe)
sonnet o? tho conventions. They ni
now made up of men to whom th
places uro accorded as so much pr<
porty. Every vote is sold, if not fi
monoy, for office, and no polit ?cia
dare so insult common sense as t
pretend that these bodies ropresei
any respectable portion of tho peoph
Will tho pooplo, then, any long?
consent to bo disgrncod by tho exis
once of theso self-constituted bodi<
of political buyers and sellers? Ev
tleutly not. Conventions are repi
di'atod by the national intelligence
Such organization of tho peoph
good enough in its origin, is no long?
necessary. Through the press, tl
telegraph and the railroad, commun
cation is now so rapid and constan
the transmission of ideas is so eas;
that tho people can come to an undo
standing without any such intcrm
diary bodies. If a muss meeting i
the respectable mon of Xow Yoi
express their preference for Gran
the fact will bo known over the who
country the next day, and otb
cities will take action for orngains
as their judgment may dictate. Choi
by tho muss of the people, not 1
representatives, must determine f
the future tho groat question of non
nations. Time is ripe for it; t
press affords tho moans of interco]
munication, and by this means t
peoplo must throw oil the yoko
so-called loaders and cease to bo t
property, the political chattels,
NAT?RAIAZATION.-It is propos
in Franco to chango the naturalis
tion laws so ns to substitute tin
I years' residence for thc term of t
j years hitherto obligatory, redttci
j tho period to ouo year only, win
? important services havo been rend
ed by tho claimant. Tho persou l
turalized is to enjoy all tho rights
! a French citizen. Oilicial duties
( tho service of Franco in forei
i countries aro to be considered equi
lent to residence within thc empi
TBS PRESIDENT'S TRIP.-Tho Pre?
sident and his party are expected to
return to "Washington to-morrow, and
wo do not rejoice thereat, for in the
brief journey to Haleigh, Mr. John?
son and Mr. Howard deserve credit,
not blame. Their temperate and
timely speeches must have had good
effect, and are in singular contrast to
thoso made on the Presidential trip
through the North-west. True, Mr.
Johnson could not entirely escape
criticism of the autobiographical por?
tion J of his nddress at Raleigh, but
when we consider the provocation ho
has had, we cannot too highly com?
mend his abstinence from censure of
Congress, and tho policy of recon?
struction. Since his previous
speeches, he has hud his vetoes thrust
aside, has seen the validity of the
laws he so bitterly opposed recog?
nized by the Supreme Court, and, in
two of thc live military districts, has
beheld thp strict and uncompromising
execution of the reconstruction Acts
by tho Generals in command. To
him, this triumph, in which so many
rejoice, could not have been welcome.
He cannot read tho papers, receive
official reports, or travel, without
meeting evidence of his unpopularity
and of thc utter failure of his plans,
and his visit to the South must have
awakened feelings as bitter as those
Lee or Johnston would feel, should
they be escorted by Cirant or Sher-,
man fiver the battle-fields where the
rebellion was defeated. Yet Mr.
Johnson betrayed no feelings of re?
sentment in any of his brief speeches,
but confined himself to the expres?
sion of general wishes, which we
cheerfully accept as sincere, for tho J
perfect union of all tho States, mid !
tho reconciliation of all classes. Mr. j
Seward was equally moderate in what
little he said publicly. We rejoice in !
this apparent chango <>!" feeling, mid
if Mr. Johnson had continued his
triji throughout tho South in this j
spirit, it would have been very bene- j
ficial.-Xt'"- York Tribune.
WmsKE? is KINO.-The whiskey of i
tho West, like the cotton of the South,
is one of the controlling interests un?
derlying the politics and tho govern?
ment of the country.. Indeed, it will
soon be fully understood that, where
cotton was king, whiskey has suc?
ceeded to the**throuc. Tue hitter has
now more than one representative in
tho Cabinet, and has organized the
revenue officers in its league, con?
trolling their operations from the
Mississippi to the seaboard. Upon
this, the great whiskey conspiracy of
the West is based, and, through its
means, the enormous frauds upon the
revenues have been designedly com?
passed. Through tho complications
of the bonding and warehousing sys?
tem, the Western distillers Hood the
market, with "free whiskey," on
which no ta>: has been paid, except
the tolls to corrupt officials. Where
has a seizure of any Western whis?
key or Western distillery been re?
ported? The vast establishments dis?
tilling whiskey in tho West have their
bonded warehouses in tho East, with
their own agents and facilities, by
which they turn into market thou?
sands of barrels, duly branded and
stamped. Roth agents and distillers
boast of the immunity they enjoy,
and defy openly any interference in
a system they have elaborately per?
fected and organized.
lt is time that the fact should be
well understood, that whiskey has
superseded cotton as a sectional pro?
duct, exercising n sectional influence
upon the Government, and that whis?
key bids fair to rival King Cotton in
reproducing nullification in a new
form.-New York Herald.
A USEFITJ HINT.-As economy in
small mutters frequently makes n
large saving in household expenses,
we publish the following information,
which may be of use to careful house?
keepers. Since tho discovery of the
oil fields of Pennsylvania and Virgi?
nia, kerosene has gradually sttper
oeded the use of gas, and there are
few families who depend solely on
tho lat'er for a light. The cheapness
of tho kerosene, and tho clear light
furnished by it, nt once recommends
it to the public; but some inventive
genius has recently discovered that
salt ib a great improvement, and by
filling 'a lamp half-lull of common
salt, a clearer llama and a saving of
twenty-five per cent, in oil is obtain?
ed. This luus been tested by somo
parties who concur in tho statement
of tho inventor, and uso of thc snit.
The experiment is simple, and as the
material is within tho reach of every
one, wo shall soon expect to see a
revolution in the oil business.
I Ch(trleston Nexos,
? - ? ?
PEACE.-Franco is being compli?
mented upon tho moderation of her
attitude and languago in tho recent
London conference. This may bo
pleasing; but it is not as satisfactory
in Paris ns tho peaceful annexation
of Luxemburg would have been.
IT in a matter o? congratulation that we
have at last hail a reliable Tonie intro?
duced tu Paukniu's Hepatic Bitters; manu?
factured at the South by Dr. C. F. Pankuiu,
tho well known Charleston Chemist; and
which can he used by all persons, regard?
less of age or sex, who require a tonic
medicine. Ask your family physician, and
he will bo sure io recommend thom. For
sale by ail druggists.
April 10 wly DH. C H. SHOT, Agent.
CO.WlNtlXG- FULTON, OSWLOO Co.,
July, ISM.-4Kjgypt> Bosteller A- Smitli
GENTLEMEN: I liave been severely afflicted
with paralysis of tho stomach, and even
given up by several eminent physicians. I
have tried several remedies of a tonic and
stimulating nature, but without any good
result. Soiuo three or four months ago, 1
was induced to try your STOMACH BIT
TEBS, and have used about seven or eight
bottles with a decided benefit. My health
is greatly'improved, and I consider your
Bitters the only efficacious remedy of their
kind in ibo market. If used as directed,
they will always provo a sovereign remedy
to tho&e afflicted with dyspepsia or other
diseases of a like nature. Respectfully
yours, LYMAN MUDGE.
HASTINGS, DAK .TA Co., Minn., August,
1S66.-Messrs. Hosteller .1- SmiOt, Pitts?
burg, Pa.-GENTLEMEN: Have sold ?ur
Ditter ? ever since they were brought out,
and consider them the best among the
many before tin? public. Those brought
out since tho tas has been imposed on spi?
rits aro trash. I never recommend them.
Rcspcclfullv and trulv yours,
" * lt. J. MARVIN.
COLON, ST. JOSEPH Co., Mich., July 31,
1SG6.-Jlfi sers. Hosteller ?fc Smith - GENTI r.
HEN: I consider your Bitters a sovereign
balm for a thousand ails. Yours truly,
Juno S t? D. C. REYNOLDS, M. I).
UII(< liei'x Lightning l/Iy-Killer will
ci rtaiuly oxtcrmiuato these pests, if its uso
is persevered in. Beware of bogus Fly
Paper, which sumo dealers keep because
they can get it for nearly nothing. Don't
ho swindled. Ask for BUTCHER'S, which
is sold by all live Druggists.
May 'is lino
TO WARRY OH KOT TO MARRY!??
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections for
Young Men, In Essays of thc Howard As?
sociation, on tho Physiological Errors,
Abuses and Diseases induced by ignorance
of nature's laws, in tho first age of man.
Sent i:. sealed Utter envelopes, free ol
charge AddressDr. J. SKILLIN HOUGH?
TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia,
Pa. .May 19 3mo
UATCllBLOItVS HAIR OYE.-This
splendid Hair Dye is tho best in the world.
The only trite and perfect Dye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No diaappoini
mi nt. No ridiculous tints. Natural black ;
or brown. Remedies the ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates thc hair, h aving it soft
and beautiful. The genuine is signed Wit- '
liam Ai Batchelor. All others are mere
imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory '
.si Barclay street, New York. ?3* Beware I
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
Notice is Hereby Given,
rflHAT thc Vestry and Church Wardens
L of Trinity Church, Columbia, s. c..
will present their petition, on tho 2d day
of August next, to his Honor Chancellor
Carroll, sit r ite; at chambers in Columbia,
S. C., f? r a renewal, for fourteen years, ot
tho CHARTEU incorporating s ud Church.
The capital *>tock of tho said corporation
?u real estate to be 810,000. Tins notice
and the said petition being in pursuance ol
tho Art of Assembly, approved tho 20th
dav of December. 18C6".
FICKLING fi POPP,
Juin- '2 mw2mo Att'vs for Petitioners.
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale, thc fol?
lowing choice articles :
OLD CABINET WHISKEY.
.. Holland Gin,
" Jamaica Lina,
'. Port Wine,
" Sherry "
Arti a:! kind- of
ALE and CIGARS,
A!?., av? on hand.
LUNCH EVERY DAY, from ll to i
o'clock. May -
LOVERS of THE GOOD THINGS OF
Tills LIFE can have their wants sup?
plied at the above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with thc house is in
bosi order. MEALS served at short notice.
Private dinner and sapper rooms attached
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
prepared in ovcry stvle.
Tho best of WINES. LIQUORS, ALE.
choice SEOARS and TOBACCO on hand.
na. FREE LUNCH every dav at ll
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCK,"Proprietor.
Liquors, Cigars, ?Sec.
JUST TO HAND,
Favorito brands Whiskies,
Holland Gin, Cognac Brandy,
Brandied Peaches, ('horries, Apricots,
Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Ac, ?ko., at
: pril ll GEO. SYMMERS'.
? Philadelphia Advertisem'ts.
j $20. AHEMS WANTED, $20.
? TO ^'20? PE? MONTH-tunica and
I ?J ? ?J females-to Bell tho only genuine
Common Senile FAMILY BEWONG MA
I CHINE manufactured. It will hem, fell,
stitch, tuck, hind, braid,quilt and embroi?
der beautifully. Trice only $20, including
Barnum's Solf-scwcr and Self-turning Hem?
mer. Fully warranted for tive years.
CAUTION.-Beware of thoso selling
worthless cast-irou machines, ?ander tho
same name as ours. For circulars and
terms, address C. BOWERS & CO.,
255 S Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mav 21 lino
SH IS BEIM?.
THE undersigned informs
the public that he is making
weekly additions to his stock
>f goods; and as ho pur?
chased for cash, will dispose of them at
He invites an inspection of his stock-,
which consists of
COLD PENS, Ac
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
HAIR JEWELRY and ORNAMENTS
prepared in various styles.
At Sulzbachcr ?V Co.'?, Assembly st.
THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FliOM LETTERS: "The
Queen's Delight is beginning to
awaken the attention of our physicians.
Its remarkable curative power is seen in
its wonderful effect upon disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicine Uko it
known to tho profession. A gentleman
told mo that his son has been taking thc
Queen's Delight, and is moro benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He wants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a letter: "It is due to you
to state in this public manner, in order
that the people may know tho truth, that
I have tii?d your" Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what you said it was-"a
i pure medicino"-but tho best medicine I
have ever taker, for eruptions and general
bad health. 1 had an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, ?nd have tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I have
taken one bottle of your Queen's Delight,
? the eruption has disappeared, my appetite
is botter, my liver and digestion is im
pioved. I :.m satisfied ono or two more
bottles will cure me."
Extract from a letter: "At the close of
tho war, my constitution was shattered. 1
could not eat. sleep or perform any duty
whatever, such waa my prostrate condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, such was my condition up to a
few months since, when I began the uso ol
your Queen's Delight. 1 have used two
bottles, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my appetite is good, enjoy refresh?
ing sleep, and am able to perform ray share
of daily labor."
Extract from a letter -Wonderful effect
of only one bottle: "I have used only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for bi.ils
and emptions ot (hoskin anti itching hu?
mors Of the blood, winch annoyed me very
much. I am entirely cured, i think your
medicine a valuable one."
A remarkable casi- of liver complaint and
headache cured by the usc ol "Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight:' A ladj of unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily giv? s tes?
timony of tb?: wonderful effects of this
medicine, sin: bas been from early year?
a martyr to headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of tho liver, producing intense
headache and pain .-vcrthe eyes. Khellas
taken only four butti) j. and assures us c.:
the perfect cure it has made. She now. ;:
j ?. ygood health.
St?l anoth? r: "Puring last spring, I had
been troubled with obstinate cluil? and
fever which, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, and
1 was alli ic ted with an lingry, and, as I at
ono time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
eruption over my entire body. Tho moat
violent remedies suggested failed to work
a cur:-, until, at the instance of a friend, 1
tried Dr. Hoinitsh's Qneeu's Delight. Less
thru two bottles cured mo, leaving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
isa good as ever. For such purposes, I
have, ever since my cure, unhesitatingly
n commended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any btu tho li^'ht kind. Ail
genuine Que? n's Delight has tile copy-right
mark on tho outside, and it is the only
medicine which produces these wonderful
cures. Foi' sale whole*ale and retail at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
AiU'il Drug Store.
Lime, Cement and Plaster.
JUST received, a fresh supply of best
Sli ?NE LIME. ROSENDALE CEMENT
and CALCINED PLASTER. In store and
for sale cheap for cash by
_ April 4_JOHN C. DIAL.
ONE THOUSAND gallons choice CUBA
20(1 gallons New Orleans SYRUP. For
salo low. E. A G. D. HOPE.
HAVING resumed tho
J"above business, I am pre?
pared to execute all kinds
oMvork in tho abovo lino at tho shortest
notice and most reasonablo pricos.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
hand. Funerals promptly attended. "
Aug SO M. H, BERRY.
At Brennan A Carroll's Carriago Factory.
FOR SALE at the
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Kf\f> BUSHELS PRIME DRY WHEAT,
DUVi by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
At $2.25 per 100 Pounds i
Juno 8 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
1 (id BUSHELS, Brown and Wbito, for
AWJ\J salo low for cae-h.
Juno 5_F1SIIER St LOWRANCE.
TfTULCANIZED INDLA RUBBER BELT
? INO, from three to twelve inches, for
salo bv FISHER & LOWRANCE.
BEST ANCHOR BRANDS, assorted
May 26 FISHER Sc LOWRANCE.
TM PER I AL,
LOW for CASH by
May 24 FISHER St LOWRANCE.
17". RE S H SODA. BUTTER and MILK
GINGER CAKES. NUTS, Ac. For sale
bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
C10UNTRY TANNED BRIDLE, BLACK,
) UPPER, KIP and RUSSET LEA?
THER. FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Rice! Rice! !
PRIME CAROLINA RICE for salo by
May 23 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
*ZC\ BALES HAY.
0\J 500 bushels CORN. For .sale LOW
bv FISHER A" LOWRANCE.
FOUR THOUSAND LBS. GOOD DRY
ll I DES, bv
Mav 21 FISHER Si LOWRANCE.
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS.
O P E N E D JUNE 1 .
11HI8 favorite and delightful WATER
. ING-PLACE, lihving undergone tho?
rough renovation, i." prepared to re?oive
visitors. The owners have made every
effort In tho outfit mid equipment to ren?
der tho place moro than ever attractive to
thone in quest of recreation, while to tho
invalid ifs medicinal waters hold out new
hopes of health. It maj bo confidently
claimed for them that they have in a great
many cases relieved, ana in many more
cases cured, the following diseases: Scro?
fula, and many chronic cutaneous diseases;
Chronic Thrush, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia,
Chronic Diarrhoea, Dropsy, Affections of
Kidney und Bladder, and* Piles; and, in
connection with thu hot baths, Chronic
Aa Hn appetizer, a tonic and general re
atorativo to an enfeebled constitution, it is
perhaps unrivalled amongst minorai wa?
Tho proprietors have engaged for tho
approaching season a very superior Rand
of .Mu.-ie, both for thc Lawn and the Ball?
Tho Billiard and Bowling Saloons, both
for ladies and gentlemen, will bo found in
more complete order than ever before.
From tho very extensivo preparations
now making at "nil the leading Virginia
Springs, a heavy travel is anticipated, and
wo think will bc attracted, lt shall be thc
aim of tho undersigned to keep their
establishment FULLY UP TO THE FORE?
MOST; and tliey hope to seo a renewal of
the locial re-unions which in former years
lent such a charm to these mountain re?
Passengers bv the Virginia Central Pail
road git oh tho cars af Goshon Depot.
Eight miles of staging fiver a smooth road
lands them at the Springs.
ncr Board ;3..">o per day; $90per mouth.
We have secured the efficient services of
Capt. WM. H. SALE, so long and favorably
known to the public, lu connection with
FRAZIER Sc RANDOLPH, Prop'rs.
PURCELL] LAUD St CO., Richmond;
A. B. BUCKER. Lynchburg;
COLEMAN Ss ROGERS, Baltimore;
HEGEMAN A CO., New York;
Agents for sale or thc Water and Mass
or Halts. _-T?"c 2 30
Ale, Ale, Ale!
ONE HUNDRED dozen JEFFREY'S
100 doz. BASS' ALE. For salo at ?2.25
per dozen, in packages of eight and ten
do/, ii. For salo by tho package only.
When you order, do not fail to send tho
cash. Delivered to Railroad Depots free
of charge. ALFRED TOLLESON.