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Friday Morning, October 4,1867.
Cotton-lu Price and Prospect?.
We learn from our Southern ex?
changes generally, that tho past two
-weeks tho weather has beon un?
usually favorable for cotton picking,
and that the work was progressing as
woll as could bo expected. Although
in some sections the rains of August
have caused some damage and de?
layed picking to some extent, yot, so
far as we can make up an estimate,
the prospect for a fair yield, through?
out what is known as tho "cotton
belt" of tho South, is promising. In
the South-west, tho damage by over?
flows and caterpillars bas, no doubt,
been very considerable, but perhaps
not so extensive as has been repre?
But tho recent aud rapid decline in
* ? prices proves a terrible damper to the
hopes and expectations of tho plant?
ers, and especially is it so this sea?
son, -when very few, if any, can hold
on to their crops, as they havo done
in former years under similar cir?
cumstances. A largo portiou of the
in-coming crop, in almost every
Sonthorn State, has been pledged or
mortgaged for tho supplies where
. with to raise it; and wo venturo to
say, Unit not ono planter out of ten
is. now in a position to withhold his
crop from market. Whether this
condition of affairs is a blessing or
an oviL tho future price of tho staple
can alono determine. In old times,
.whon low prices induced many plant?
ers to hold on to their crops, it was a
standing rule or maxim among the
- oldest and most sensible planters, to
.cell when the article was- ready for
market, and we have heard planters
of experience say that the rule
worked well, and that, in a series of
years, by adhering to it, tho planter
Therefore, notwithstanding the
present low prices, it still might be
better for the planter to sell when his
cotton is ready for market. This
view is sustained by tho consideration
that it is not now os in former days,
when the kingdom of American cot?
ton had a large voico in determining
it? price. Tho present declino is not
caused or effected by anything that
has occurred on this side of tho
-.vitter. The buyers and sellers of
Liverpool and other European cotton
markets, are almost independent of
the movements of the Btaple in thia
country, and aro entirely uninflu?
enced by the fluctuations in price, 01
the extent of the crop hero. The
control has passed from our hands,
and whether this loss is to be perma?
nent or morely temporary, depends
entirely on the future working of anj
labor system that may be adopted ic
.the South, tho removal of the pre
sent unjust tax, and the perfect resto
ration of tho States to their politica
status in the Union.
Bat nono of these favorablo mea
sures can affect the prico of the pre
sent crop, whatever they may do ii
the future. Tho supplies from othei
countries, cither in transita or tc
como forward, combined with a fail
stock now held in Liverpool, forbit
the bopo of any material advanco ii
price for some timo to come. At ni
events, the planter should nover be i
speculator, and least of all is ho in i
position to bo ono now, as he is com
.plotely without moans or facilities fo:
such a purpose.
O. O.'SREPOKT.- Gon. Howard ha
sent in a report of his Bureau. Liki
Gen. Tope, ho thinks tho white rac
decidedly inferior. Tho progress o
the pupils in learning is stated to b
very good-"perhaps botter thai
that of tho white children"-and ii
tho matter of pronunciation, "the;
have achieved tho greatest success.
*'None of tho vulgarisms ' which prc
vail among freedmen, nor even th
fashionable and peculiar accent t
the lato aristocracy, were pcrccivabl
dm jug lue examination or exhib
MEXICO-NEW DISCLOSURE. -Qui!
a st ar t Ii ng let ter from Marshal Bazaiu
is published in tho Liberal papers <
Franco. It is a confidential circuit
to tho officers of the French army, i
which ho directs them to mako n
prisoners, but put to death all tl
captured Liberals. As the Goveri
ment organs do not deny tho authei
tioity of tho documont, it seems t
be genuine. If so, it is tho moi
powerful defence of J notez which hi
yet been published.
*} Bishop Lynch- Tlic Freedmen.
A Catholic Congress, as it is called,
was recently held at Maliues, at which
Bishop Lyuoh was present, and de?
livered an addressed. We make the
following extract from tho report:
After some interesting details con?
cerning the late council in Baltimore,
nod tho progress of Catholicity in
the United States, Bishop Lynch
spoke of an enterprise somewhat
novel in ita character, which owes its
origin to the late civil war in Ameri?
ca, which waa nothing less thou the
evangelization of the freedmen. Their
number waa estimated at 4,000,000,
which has been reduced by war, fa?
mine and other casualties to 3,500,
000; of this last number, tho Bishop
estimates the Catholics at 150,000.
These last are generally good Catho?
lics, many of them very exemplary.
They are a testimony of what the
Catholic Church can do for the
blacks. There aro negroes and ne?
gresses in religious orders, who are,
says the prelate, our consolation and
our joy. It is tho Church's aim to
enlighten and elevate theso parias of
American society. It has prepared
special oateohisms for them; it has
enrolled them in confraternities; it
hos founded for them new churches,
as in Baltimore, New Orleans, St.
Louis, and in Charleston, where the
eminent prelate will opeu ono for
them on Christaius day. "In the
meantime," asks the pions and zeal?
ous Bishop, "can nothing more be
done for these poor unfortunates ? I
ask you this question. How wns your
Europe civilised ? Was it not l>y
monastic orders ? How did tho Je?
suits found tho Reductions of Para?
guay, destroyed by your modern
philosophy, which preferred a return
to savage life to the civilization of the
Gospel ? Tho moment appears to me
opportune. St. Philip commenced a
work because he was poor, because he
had in purse but twenty centimes.
Well, Messieurs, I am poorer than
St. Philip Neri. I have less than
nothing ; yet I begin. [Applause.]
Alas ! I have less than nothing. I
have seen my Cathedral in ashes, my
seminary burned, religious houses,
orphanages, asylums ravaged by the
bombs and bullets of civil war ; I
have seen the religions seek the
forests to live or rather to die !" The
prelate, overcome by emotions, in
which his audience participated, paus?
ed for a while, and then proceeded.
"However, I commence, I put my
hand to tho work. [Applause.] It
is decided, it will be done. [Accla?
mations.] I have been borne down
with grief, my head blanched by
sorrow, yet there is enough courage
left in me to undertake this work.
I propose to buy an island of 600
pectares, on the confines of my dio?
cese, and establish there religious
orders, and open there the Benedic?
tine colonies of Paraguay and Cali?
fornia. [Applause.] A Protestant
minister said of them, the blacks are
like a fallow field, and will belong to
whoever can secure them. Well,
Messieurs, the negroes will belong to
the Church. In ten years we will
have ten colonies. The Protestants
wish to imitate us; they will not suc?
ceed, and we will accomplish at last,
what is onr grand aim, the introduc?
tion of multitudes of saints into
TALKING OUT.--The following, from
the Worcestor Gazelle, au extreme
radical sheet, is a significant adden?
"When," says that paper, "we ask
for cheaper bread, our leaders strive
to amuse us with glowing pictures of
negro equality; when we ask for a
moral, equal and just system of tax?
ation, we are handed a_ treatise set?
ting forth tho blessings which are to
come to mankind through universal
suffrage, thrust upon the cotton pick?
ers of the Carolinas; when we sug?
gest that our deranged currency is
driving ns at railroad speed to indi?
vidual and national bankruptcy, the
air is, filled with alarming rumers,
and tho shadow of impeachment is
made to play the part of the red
blanket in tho sports of the Spnuish
General John A. Logan addressed
a large radical audience at Cleveland,
on Saturday last. His speech was
largely made up of vulgar abuso of
the Democratic party, calling the
members of it traitors, copper-heads,
rebels, .tte. He was strongly in favor
of negro suffrage, and the impeach?
ment of tho President. Ho went so
far ns to favor the sending of negroes
to Congress, and seemed to think it
wonld not be much out of tho way if
a negro was made President of the
A NiaoEn IN THE FENCE.-Tho
Stato Constitutional Convention hus
adjourned until ono week after the
State election, thus openly telling
tho public that it is afraid at present
to go before the people on such points
as aro put in that instrument, espe?
cially tho point of negro suffrage.
This is an attempt to dodgo popular
indignation; but tho people will have
to give such a majority against the
Republican party, on even a bare
ticket, that tho leaders will bo startled
out of their wild notions into some?
thing liko political decency, and then
we may have a constitution presented
eventually with something in it thut
the people wish there.
I New York JJerald.
The Edgefleld Advertiser learns
that a quantity of unginned.cotton,
on tho promises of Gol. M. Frazer,
in that District, was destroyed by fire
on Monday night last. Mr. J. W.
Tacker's large tannery, in the same
District, was entirely consumed on
Saturday night. Besides the build?
ing, there was destroyed a large stock,
of leather, &c, a lot of unginned
cotton, and a grist mill, which had
been run in connection with the tan?
PAYING THE NATIONWIJ DEDT.-The
Secretary pf the Treasury has receiv?
ed a notifie tion from the executors
of the last will aVid testament of
Captain Ralph S. Fretz, late of San
Francisco, that said testator has left
to the Uuited States the sum of $20,
000, in trust, to| be applied toward
cancelling tho national debt. The
executors express the hope that "this
legacy may be but the fore-rnnuer of
numerous similar exhibitions of pat?
riotism by other men."
In 18G0, the Uuited States had the
largest fleet of merchant vessels
afloat, Great Britain second, France
third, and Germany fourth. Great
Britain now occupies the first phice,
its tonnage hoing over 7.000,000; the
United States 5,000,000, Germany
third, and France fourth. The com?
mercial, like every other American
interest, will bo kept behind in the
competitions of nations b}- competi?
tions at home for political nud -sec?
Information from the rural districts
of Virginia, represents that the Union
League? formed by the radical negro
pholists are disintegrating. White
men who joined for fear of confisca?
tion, aro becoming nshamed of the
company in which they find them?
selves, and the negroes begin to see
tb/it they aro to be the tools of de?
signing men and nothiug more.
The various express companies do?
ing business in New York, for the
first seven mouths of 1807, made the
following returns of receipts: Adams'
Express, 81,990,080; United States,
81.312,858; American Express, 81,
217,640; Merchants' Union Express,
A chap in I'iquo, Ohio, was mar?
ried last week, his father giviug in?
vitation to a largo company to attend
tho bridal feast. They had a scant
allowance of beer and cheap cake,
and the old gentleman charged his
guests fifty cents each for the "sup?
In a recent conversation with Lucy
Stone, Mr. Chose said: "Bo free to
say from me that I think there will
be no end to the good that will come
by woman's suffrage on tho eleoted,
on elections, on government? and on
Hon. W. Porcher Miles, of South
Caroline, has purchased the magnifi?
cent estate of Judge Alexander Rives,
called Oak Ridge, on tho Orange and
Alexandria Railroad, in Nelson Co.,
Virginia, for the sam of 840,000, (on
terms equivalent to cash.)
Hourn nm; MURDER.-The Ander?
son Intelligencer states that John H.
McGill was shot by a freedman, at the
residence of Mr. J. P. Tucker, in
that District, on Saturday night, 21st
ult., and only survived a few hours
after receiving the shot.
Gen. Joseph E. Johnson has re?
signed the Presidency of the Alabama
and Tennessee Rivers Railroad, from
Selma to Dalton, and his place has
been filled by the election of Frank?
lin H. Deland, of New York.
Mrs. Fanny Eemble has arrived in
Philadelphia, from Europe, to see
her children. Her husband, Pierce
Butler, died a few months since, in
One hundred and forty-eight bales
of now cotton were received in Mem?
phis on the 27th ultimo. Business
is improving in that city, and cotton
coming in freely.
I take pleasure in thus publicly stating
that tho Companies in which I was insured
havo already paid my losaos hy Are, to my
full satisfaction, through thoir agents,
Messrs. H. E. Nichols A Co.
Oct 4 1* . C. A. ROACH.
Axes ! Axes ! !
pr r\ DOZ. Rent Warranted AXES, on
*J\J hand and for sale low by
_Oet 1 fi J. .V T. lt. AO NEW.
Mill Saws, &c.
ROWLAND S Mill and Cross-Cut SAWS.
Circular Saws, from 8 to ?>2 inches,
Wood Saws, Hand Saws, Panel Saws, fcc,
on hand and for salo low by
Oct 4 0_J. A T. R. AON KW.
MA COTTAOE with Seven Rooms
and a Kitchen, corner of Hender?
son and Oervais etrcets. Apply on
tho prcmisen. Oct 1
Money to Loan.
MONEY lent on all kinds of collaterals,
At J. Hnlzbacher A Co.'s, next door to the
Phoenix office. Oct 4 3
Mount Zion Collegiate Institute.
THE Trustees of this Institution will
hold their usual annual election for a
PRINCIPAL thereof, for tho ensuing year,
ai tho Court Honso in Winnsboro, on FRI?
DAY, the first day of November next, at
10 o'clock A. SI.
Candidates will addrons the undersigned.
By order of tho Board of Ttusteos.
Pot 4 JAMES H. RION, Secretary.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are good
for all urinary complaints.
. Chief Justice Chase has expressed
his intention of presiding at the No?
vember term of the Circuit Court nt
Richmond, when Jeff. Davis will be
tried. It? is asserted that the trial
will certainly proceed.
A sect known as Annihilationists,
has been holding tent meetings at
Freehold, N. Y. They teach that the
righteous only will appear in the final
The Atlanta (Georgia) Era snys of
Gen. Pope: "The General is pushing
forward the engine of reconstruction
without the least regard to removal or
Seuator Sumner has twenty-nine
engagements to lecture in the West,
nt two hundred dollars each. He will
fill them before the meetiug of Con?
gress in November.
One thousand frirls with blue eyes,
corni lips and golden hair, are gather?
ing hops in Bethel, Maine. Who
wouldn't be a hop ?
Chewing oakum is said to be a cure
for the appetite of chewing tobacco.
Swallowing prussic acid is more
Tho heralds have discovered that
Queen Victoria is a descendant of
Three editors aud one newspaper
publisher have boen returned to the
,4 CORNER LOT, somewhere between
J\. M lin and Fickona and Rlanding and
WashiiigtoiiiMtreets, for willoh tim CASK
?viii be paid. Apply ut this office.
i EW BlCKWIIEAT FLOiiiiT M.
5BEES. NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT
0tierces Diamond and RearGrass HAMS.
1 bbl. SMOKED TONGUES and BEEP.
2 tierces Breakfast Racon.
10 kitts New Shad Roes.
Boxes Gloater, E. D. and Factory Cheese,
lihls. Egg, Cream, Mille, Rutter, Sugar
Crackers and Ginger Snaps, of siipcrior
Tho" subscribers aro now receiving a
LARGE STOCK of CHOICE FAMILY and
PLANTATION SUPPLIES, in all the va?
rieties usually found in first class stocks,
to which we invite attention as to quality
and price. C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
THE most banddomo and convenient
STOVE in the city, wit li a patent PIPE
attached. Can burn either Coal or Wood,
and will suit for Parlor, Red-room or
Oftiee. Apply, immediately, at
Oci a a _ THIS OFFICE.
Dew of tim Alps.-This cordial hus
only to be t tated to be appreciated.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA. October 2, 18G7.
TAXES on sales of Merchandize, Sales
at Auction, Sales on Commission, Re?
turns of Hotels, Saloons, Ac, for tho
Quarter ending October 1, are due, and
prompt payment of tho same is required.
J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
White Lead, Sus.
3AAA LBS. WHITE LEAD, ground
.UUU in Oil, at 10c. per pound, and
upwards, according to quality; together
rith a full supply of Dry and Ground
Paints, Varnishes, Oils, Paint Brushes,
Spirits Turpentine, Putty, Window Glass,
Ac, for sale low, by
Pet 86_ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps ?re.a
preventive for chills and fever._
United States Internal Revenue.
lt ICU O VA Li OF OFFICK.
THE OFFICE of the Assistant Assessor,
1st Division, 3d District, is removed to
his residence, North-east corner Plain and
Sumter streets. EDWARD SILL,
Ass't Assessor, 1st Div'n, 3d Dis't.
Oct 3 2
J8. G. MAYRANT and WALTER
. GREGG, having withdrawn from the
firm of Thomas E. Gregg & Co., the un?
dersigned will continue the business under
tho same name. THOS. E. GREGG.
HUGH B. GARDEN,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent,
Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia.
WILL pay special attention to exami?
nation of TITLES, CONVEYANC?
ING, Ac. Offers for sale four hundred
Embraciug some of the best Mineral,
Grazing and Agricultural Lands in the
Stato, in sentions where t he POPULATION
IS UNEXCEPTIONABLE, and climate un?
surpassed. Tho changed system of labor
necessitates tho division of estates, por?
tions of which u.ii oll'ered for sale or lease
on moat reasonable terms. Correspond?
ence solicited and information promptly
REFERENCES.-Hon. Wm. F. DoSaussure,
Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C.;
Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Gen. Janies
Longstreet, Now Orleans, La.; Judge Wm.
J. Robertson, Charlottesville, Va.; Hon.
John Randolph Tucker, Middleburg, Va.;
Lambert Gittuigs & Co., Raltimore, Md.
NEW FLOUR MILL.
MY NEW FLOUR MILL is now in ope?
ration, and parties having Wheat to
grin J can be accommodated on the most
liberal terms bv RICHARD TOZER.
Oct 2 _G_
Spades and Shovels.
2fr DOZEN Ames' SPADES and SHO
O VE LS,
25 dozen Rowland's and Thomas' Spades
and Shovvls. On hand and for sale low by
Oct 2 4 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
ffrrv DOZEN Best Warranted AXES on
?U hand, and for salo low by
Oct 2 1 J. A T. R. AGNEW. _
Wolfe's ,Seh 1? ii?ni Schnaps aro re?
commended bv all the medical facultv.
A mr.u in Chicago revenged him?
self upon another by bitin? off the
noso bf tho hitter ns he lay in a
A fast youth in Illinois, (stole a lo?
comotive while the fireman and en?
gineer were at lunch, and carried it
off about ten miles.
Commissioner Beckwith writes that
out of five hundred American con?
tributors to the Exposition, over 300
Governor Juck Hamilton is hiding
from the yellow fever in the piney
The Black Crook iii Philadelphia
runs special trains from the rural
districts to the city.
There were seven thousand eases
of fever in Houston, Texas, Septem?
At the present rate, it requires the
death of two white men to kill one
The lato Sir Frederick Bruce repre?
sented Great Britain, Europe, Asia,
Africa and America.
It is estimated that the late hail
storm in Philadelphia, destroyed
8200,000 worth of window glass.
Sea Island cotton is now being
grown profitably in the Sandwich
Base ball is on the fly South as
well as North.
Trench Pomades of ?ll kinds.
Imported German COLOGNE.
BO QU KT OF EDEN,
Lilly of Japan,
A LARVE ASSORTMENT OP
NAIL B HUSH ES.
Fur sale low at
E. E. JACKSON'S
Oct 2 DRUG STORE.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps corrects
tho change of water.
A flue Family or Draft HORSE,
/yj?Sr 5.V years old. Will bo sold low, as
I i I have no further use for him.
OetJL G_JOHN D. BATEMAN.
MONE of the most elegantly finished
and desirably situated RESIDENCES
in the city of Columbia-known as
the Bronson property-containing eight
(8) largo tine rooms, together with Bath
Room, Water Closet, Dressing Rooms and
Pantries: all being abundantly furnished
with Hot and Cold Water throughout.
The Kitchen is also furnished with Hot
and Cold Water. Thoro is also on tho pro?
mises a Well of excellent water and a
number of most choice Fruit Trees of
various kinds. For elegance and comfort,
it is not surpassed in tho city. To an ap?
proved purchaser, terms will be made ac?
commodating. For particulars, apply to
H. M. GIBSON.
NJ B.-Tike FURNITURE will bo sold
with the house, if desired. Oct 1 Imo
S3u Newberry Herald and Spartanburg
?Spartan copy three times and forward bili.
BARLEY ! BARLEY ! ! ~
WE WANT about 3,000 bushels of good
clean Barley, for browing Lager
Boer. Tho cash will bo paid on delivery,
at market rates. J. C. BEEPERS A CO.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are sold
by all grocers and apothecaries._
Bbls. Pure Bye and other Whiskeys.
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale.
Also, barrels of Golden and other fine
Syrups. 1*1 tierce choice Sngar-cnrod Hams.
For salo by RICHARD ALLEN,
Cor. Pendleton and Assembly Hts.,
Next to M. M. Cohen's Old Stand,
Septomber 7 Below the State House.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are good
for all kidney and bladder complaints.
SUGAR-CURED BREAKFAST STRIPS,
Soda d akers, Oyster Crackers, Lemon
Crackers, Ginger Snaps and Goshen
Cheese, of superior quality.
Sept 22 JOHNJJ^SEEGERS A CO.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are
good for Dyspepsia._
Bacon and Tobacco.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Country BACON
1,000 IbM. Killiekinick Smoking Tobacco.
10 boxes low-priced Chewing "
3 bales 7-8 Heavv Shirting. For sale low
by ALFRED TOLLESON.
What Do Yon Drink!-Wolfe's Schier
dam Schnapps, lt checks tho disarrange?
ment of the bowels in warm climates.
NO WAITING FOB THB WAGON.
IT is always on hand at
uagnxrjr tho service of all custo
^**??^?^;v.o,r, who buy goods, to
r^rniMtfiMmiftmconvey them FREE OF
CHARGE, as wo havo been doing for tho
last two years. If necessary, wo agroo to
haul tho customers. Frionas, call and sec.
Octl_E. A O. D. HOPE.
?)f\ DARRELS Hecker's Self-Raising
jmlKJ FLOUR. Jnst received 'and for
sulo low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro good
Pure Leaf Lard.
i fr BARRELS PURE LEAF LARD.
JLO 25 kegs
On hand, and for sale low, by
September? ,i. fi T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro used
all over the world hy the physicians in their
P. T3. Glass, Esq., has placed &jf>
our desk the October number
"The Broadway"-an English-Ame?
rican magazine. Prico 25 cents.
George Boutledge Sc Son, publishers.
Wo are informed by C. J. Dollin,
Esq., that a night express freight
and passenger train will be run over
the South Carolina Railroad, com?
mencing on Suuday, the 6th. Tho
train will leave Colnmbin at 3 p. m.
James A. Hoyt, Esq., of the An?
derson Intelligencer, is in this city, ou
business connected with his paper,
and will endeavor to pay his respects
to our principal merchants, and im?
press upon them tho absolute neces?
sity of advertising in his journal.
Mr. Hoyt is stopping at Nickerson's.
Having a complete printing office,
superintended by the proprietor, we
can execute every description of book
and job printing-bill and letter
heads, circulars, labels, posters, pro?
grammes, business, wedding and in?
vitation cajrds, railroad receipts,
checks, drafts, Sec. Our friends will
find it to their interest (and ours) to
give us a call.
FIVE CENTS.-The price of single
copies of t?mrhoenix is five cents, and
purchasers arte requested to pay no
more for (hem. We are informed
that some of the news-boys charge
ten. This is an imposition, as the
paper* aro supplied to them at a rate
sufficiently low to warrant their being
disposed of ut five cents a copy.
Dan. Castello, with his circus arid
menagerie, after highly gratifying
nearly the entire community, has de?
parted for the up-countryi. We be?
lieve we will be borne out in the as?
sertion by all who witnessed the
performance, that-taken all in all
it is one of the best exhibitions of the
kind that has visited Columbia in
many years. The riding was superb,
and among the animals are several
rare specimens. Remember-this no?
tice was written after actual observa?
tion of the merits of the exhibition.
Read Udolpho Wolfe's advertise?
ments in to-day's paper.
NEW ADVEnTisKiiKyid. -Attention ia call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
are published this morning for tho llrst
Election of Princinal Mt. Zion Academy
W. T. Walter-Auction.
C. A. Roach-A Card.
J. & T. R. Agnew-Axes, Ac.
Cottage to Rent.
Isaac Sulzbacher-Money to Loan.
C. H. Baldwin A Co.-Grocories.
Apply at this Office-Lot Wanted.
C. F. JACKSON is receiving goods regu?
larly every week. They are well selected
and sold at low rates. Call and see them.
No house sells good? cheaper than he does.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps have a
depot in all the large cities in the Union, -g
The Daughter of an Empr^jj I
AN Historical NOVEL of the GonrlM
Russia, by Muhlbach; price $1.50. *m
Sunset on the Hebrew Mountains; by
Helena's Household, a Tale of Rome ia
the First Century.
A Defence of Virginia, and through her
of the South; by Prof. Dabney.
How to Mako Money and How to Keep it.
Our Father's Business; by Dr. Gurth
Hereward, tho Last of the English; by
Caste, a London Novel, and other new
books, at McCarter's bookstore.
Qctl R. L. BRYAN.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnaps should
be in the hands of every housekeeper. _
Universal (Shaving Soap.
Just received and for sale low bv
_8ept 28 6 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapp? aro good
for colic and pain in tho stomach.
-| p^rv KEGS first quality NAILS and
JLOv/ BRADS, assortod sizes, on hand
and for sale low by
Sept 28 C_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Flour, Flour, Flour.
pr f\ BAGS .choico family FLOUR, just
Ov/ received and for R?'<> low bv
Sept ta o' _J. & T. R. AGNEW.
?Choice Goshen Butter.
JUST received, by Air Lino Route, a sup?
ply of choico GOSHEN BUTTER.
Sept 28 f? J. A T. B. AGNEW.
will deliver all goods pur?
chased from them, in anv
art of the city, FR?E OF
J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfo's ScltKdam Schnapps is the
purest Honor manufactured in tho world.
Just Received and For Sale,
6BALES GUNNY BAGGING, Uo pounds
to tho yard,
10 coils GREENLEAF ROPE,
10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for cash,
bv E. A G. D. HOPE.