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Thursday Horning, October 24,1807.
Bap&attage of Mercantile Agencies.
Many of our readers vpill recollect,
for como time before the war, the-,
establishment of a spy system that
was inaugurated ia New York, and
perhaps other commercial cities of
the North, by which the home busi?
ness of the humblest trader with
these commercial centres was laid
bare to every jobber with whom he
dealt. So perfect was the arran ge
, ment, that a merchant hore coald not
lose 850 or $100 on an unlucky spe?
culation or Tentar?, that it waa not
known immediately in New York,
j The spy. or agent, in a town o'* city
was scarcely ever known, but they
were generally, if possible to obtain
them, taken from the legal profes?
sion, for the reason, we presume,
tthat lawyers hada better opportu?
nity to scent ont a man's financial j
condition than any other class.
Bat a case has been decided in
New York, that may have a whole?
some effect in, at least, restraining
this unwarrantable surveillance over
a merchant's private business. A
mercantile firm, doing business in
Ohio, brought a snit against Tappau,
.of New York, the proprietor of a |
, ' .mercantile agency." Several agents,
or -''clerks,:: .were employed by the j
concern, and by means of the in?
formation given by them, the credit |
of the plaintiffs was seriously injured,
.and they bron ght enaction against |
the defendant for damages, cud ob?
tained, a verdict for $10,000. Judge
Nelson delivered the decision, saying
that the main question in the case, as
regarded the defendant, was whether
or not ho was exempt from the con?
sequences of the publication of the
report on account of the privileged
character. He charged the jury,
. that if the defendant had communi?
cated the information to a person
applying to him in good faith, the
communication might have been a
privileged one; but that the publicity
given it, by recording the libelous
words in a book, to which others had
access, and to whom they were com?
municated, though standing in the
relation of clerks, deprived the com?
munication of its otherwise privi?
i Judge Nelson said thnt the case]
Involved a very important question
in its practical operation. On this]
point, we quote from his decision :
"On the one hand, to legalize !
these establishments in the manner j
and to th? extent used by the defend?
ants, is placing ono portion of the j
mercantile community under aa or?
ganized system of espionage and in-1
quisition for the benefit of the other,
exposed, from the very nature of the
organization, to perversion and
abuse; and, on the other, to refuse to
.legalize them may be restricting in?
juriously the right of inquiring into
the character and standing of the
' customer asking for credit in his
business transactions. We are strong?
ly inclined to think, if the establish?
ments are to be upheld nt all, tho
limitations attached to thom by the
court below is not unreasonable, to
wit: that it must be an individual
transaction, and not an establishment
conducted by an unlimited number j
of partners and clerks."
While we are gratified with the
decision, and suppose that some
"credit" will always bo sought by
dealers, yet, if- they could-and they
could, if they would-adopt the cash
Kystom, both in buying and selling,
this bose espionage would soon come
to an end. Especially would we re?
commend this course to our Southern
' merchants in all future transactions.
AiiL GONE.-The extra appropria?
tion of the lost Congress for the ex?
penses of reconstruction has boon
expended. The amount paid out in
the Southern Districts is estimated
at 81,373,000, which exceeds the ap?
propriation and leaves a deficiency to
bo made good at the next session.
TRIAL OV MU. DAVIS.-From offi?
ciel zeurec? it io lt ,u nm that tue case
of Jefferson Davis will undoubtedly
bo tried next month, whether Chiof
Justice Chase shall preside or not.
RADICAL MEETING.-A meeting of
tho radical party was held last night
at Hibernian Hall, which was attend?
ed by about three hundred white men
and six hundred negroes. Doubt?
less, sevon-eighths of tho white men
wero indnccd to go by curiosity,
while the remainder of the audience
were na true radicals as tbs speaker
A writer*. ?a ojie of o?r.ex?lfcwtfe?,
gires us tlie prices of middling Up?
land cotton, in the New York market,
from 18*7 to 1860, inelojuve, embrac?
ing a term of fourteen years. As a
matter of interest, and for the par
pos? of reference, both by planters
sud dealers in tbe staple, as for the
parp?se of drawing some conclusions
therefrom, we give tbe yearly fluctua?
tions in price daring the period re?
ferred to. They are as follows:
"1847, ll^o. ; 1848, 5^5 3849, 6V;
1850, 12; 1851. ll; 1852, 8%; 1853,
10^; 1854, 1855, 9>?; 1856,
10&; 1857, 14^; 1858, 12%; 1859,
12; 1860, %XX\ These figures will
make an average price in New York
for fourteen years before the war of
about !0j? ccntG. This was tho price
in coin, and the staple was, more?
over, exempt from a tax of 2*4 cents
per pound, which ie now paid."
The despatches published in the
Phcenix, yesterday morning, indicat?
ed a decline both in Liverpool and in
all the Amorican markets. The
quoted price in Now York WHS 19)?
cents, and gold was rated at 43 A
simple calculation based on these
figures, and by adding thc tax of 2>?
cents per pound, will couvince those
who may figure it out, that the present
price of cotton iu the New York
market is very little over tho average
price of the fourteen years quoted
abovp. What with commercial fail?
ures io Now York and New Orleaus,
and the reported later failure of tho
Royal Bank of Liverpool, it may be
reasonably expected that prices will
still further recede, und perhaps rory
It mast be further taken into con?
sideration, that during tho fourteen
years mentioned, the Southon) ?tutes
had virtually a monopoly of tho cot?
ton supply. Now, thero can scarcely
be such a thing as a cotton famine in
the English markets, or factories. In
addition, it is stated on reliable
commercial authority, hy recent Eu?
ropean advices, that there is an utter
want of confidence in the credit of
tho Liverpool firms, which is increas?
ed by tho difficulty of ascertaining
their truo position. It appears that
many houses, in order to obviate the
effects of open insolvency, have made
private settlements with their bank?
ers, on favorablo terms, with tho un?
derstanding that tho huuks should
continuo to support them. 'lu this
way, tho prico of cotton has been un?
naturally supported. It was pre?
dicted some "week or two ago,
that a very slight decline in tho Liv?
erpool market, would bring down the
whole cotton trado of that mart, and
ruin the banking institutions asso?
ciated with the cotton interest. Yes?
terday's advices from Liverpool seem
to verify that prediction.
This is an unpleasant view to pre?
sent to our readers; but wo deem it
an imperative duty to keep them fully
posted up, and especially, to place
before them the probabilities of tho
future, as regards their chief staple,
and its price. They aro decidedly of
a gloomy character at present.
? * ? ?
SOMETHING RICH IN THE COLOKED
JURY LINE.-The Beuneltsvillo Jour?
nal soys :
The fall term of tho Court of Com?
mon Pleas for Marlborough District,
now in session, convened last Mon?
day, his Honor Judge Glover, pre?
siding. In accordanco with General
Orders, a new jury was empanneled
on Monday. Two negroes who had
paid their taxes, wero chosen ; but as
soon as they heard of tho fact, they
left for parts unknown, ono Roiog
toward the North Carolina Hue, and
the other taking tho swamp. They
did not appear willing to sit on julies
with white people.
A WISE CONCLUSION.-A distin?
guished New York Democrat, who
arrived, from Washington this morn?
ing, states that in an interview with
tho President, it is ascertained that
thoro are to be no Cabinet changes
for the present, and no variation in
the goneral policy of tho administra?
tion. The disposition is to let the
Ohio and Pennsylvania elections go
for what thnv aro worth, but '..nt
should New York declaro against tho
radical party, "then," said Mr. John?
son, "the Executive Department will
bo fully equal to tho requirements of
tho times, as indicated by theso irre?
sistible expressions of tho popular
will."-New York Leiler in Philadel?
OUT IN TWO.-The oigar steamor
Preston, captured on the ways in
Charleston harbor, on tho surrender
of that city to the United States
forces at the close of tho war, is to be
sawed iu two and converted into two
Railway*-A Wow MOT*.
We learn from our Northern ex?
changes, that a number of prominent
mon have iahen the initiative in a
novel project in the management of
railroads, being no less than tho con?
struction of great trunks or linea of
railroads from the great producing
States of the West to the cities of the
seaboard. ,Of course, this would ne?
cessitate the consolidation of the
leading railroad companies, the de?
sign being to build all these lines
with double tracks, and individuals
or corporations uro to be permitted
to put on these tracks thoir rolling
stook, and run them on their ow?
account, paying certain tolls on the
road for the passage of their trains.
This is something new, and the
plan, we should think would, require
sometime to mature. We notice,
however, that a meeting was held in
Now York city, tho other evening, to
consider the feasibility of its success.
At this meeting, Judge Sherwood, of
Texas, addressed those present, and
gave au outline of seven proposed
trunk railways. He described three
important railway bills introduced
into Congress by Senators Nye, Har
ral aud Henderson, the contemplated
roads to take tho initiative in choap
freight railways, with the thorough?
fares opened to free competition, as
upon canals. By way of illustration,
he sa;d th?i, under the proposed sys?
tem, coal could bo delivered to con?
sumers at half the present prices.
That railway reform and cheap
transportation of frieght, ave two ne?
cessities of the age, in this country,
cannot be doubted; and if the plan
nnder discussion will secure them, its
projectors will bc entitled to the
thanks of this generation, or tho
next-for wc do not think that such a
gigantic and radical change in the
extensive railway operations in this
country, can be effected much sooner
than before tho time intimated. How?
ever, the movement will bo watched
Tn? CLOTH INTERESTS.-The auc?
tion interests are playing tho mischief
with those who have stocks of goods
on baud. Wo are pointed to parcels
of excellent goods which cost fc>5.25 a
yard in gold to import, which have
sold at auction as low as ?4.50-a loss
of about ?2.75 a yard. This is but a
sample case, but a very sad ono to
many in this city. The losses by
auction, we are told, mainly fall on
foruigu houses who have their agents
iu tho United States.
I New York Express.
General Ord has ordered that when
a Union man is arrested he may have
his trial by military commission in?
stead of rebel court, on his oath that
he fears injustice on account of his
The Friends and Acquaintances of Dr.
aud Mrs. D. P. GREGG are invited to at?
tend tho funeral of tlio former, at tho
Baptist Church, THIS AFTERNOON, at
half-past 3 o'clock. Oct 21
Fresh Mountain Butter.
"I f\ KITS Choice North Carolina BUT
JLVJ TER, just received and for salo low,
by tho kit or at retail.
Oct 24 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Acacia Lodge, No. 94, A \ F.\ M.".
A A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
.^%fnt this Lodgo will bo held THIS
/V\ (Thursday) EVENING, 21th inst.,
at 7 o'clock, at Odd Follows' Hall.
By order of tho W. M.
Oct 211 J. L. KIRKWOOD, Sec'y.
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A.'.F.'.M.'.
AN Extra Communication of this
'Lodge willibe held THIS (Thursday;
,EVENING, at H o'clock, at Palmetto
Lodge Hull, for tho purpose of conferring
the Second and Third Degrees.
Ry order of the W. M.
Oct 24 1 I. BULZBACHER, Sec'y.
111. W. HR,
ON THE CORNER OF
HAIN AND CAMDEN STREETS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
IS now receiving fresh additions to his
stock ot FAMILY and PLANTATION
ni\r\ min TT*n .
FIRST-CLASS GOODS alway? on hand
at prices guaranteed us low aB any in this
AW ALL GOODS purchased at my storo
will be delivered, FREE OF DRAYAGC, to
any part of the city.
GEORGE W. PARKER.
Corner of Main and Camden atreots.
Oct 24 Imo
Opposed to More Than Lawful Inte?
rest-7 per cent.
PERSONS wishing LUMBER, on time,
will ?all upon us, or loave order? ?t
Mr. Stonhouae's storo, Main street.
AULL A HALTI WANGER.
Oct 22 6?
Th* Suspend?an of Jud?;? . Aldrich,
The following ia the order suspend?
ing Judge Aldrich, sud making pro?
vision for filling the varions sessions }
of the courts on his circuit: \
HBADQ'BS 2D MJXOTABT DISTRICT,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., Oot. 19, 1867.
[Special Orders-No. 188.]
* * * * * #
n. The Hon. A. P. Aldrich is
hereby suspended from the exercise
of all functions appertaining to tho
office of Judge of the Court of Com
tuon Pleas and General Sessions.
Authority is given to His Excel
Icuoy the Governor of the State of
South Carolina, to provide by an as?
signment of the Judges of the Court
of Common Pleas and General Ses?
sions, for the holding of the terms of
the Court of Common Pleas and
General Sessions, in the Districts of
Eilgofieid, Barnwell, Beaufort, Colle
ton and Orangebnrg, heretofore as?
signed to bo held by the Hon. A. P.
Whonever, at a term of the Courts
of Common Pleas and Genesal Scs
sioua in the Districts of Edgefield,
Barnwell, Beaufort, Colleton and
Orangeburg, a Judge shall fail to at?
tend, it shall be the duty of the Clerk
of such Court to adjourn the samo,
from day to day, until advised that
the atteudance of one of the Judges
cannot bo procured nt such term;
and before tho final adjournment
thereof, it shall be the duty of the
Clork and tho Sheriff of the District,
to cull a Magistrate, and the said
Court shall he deemed' fully and
legally organized for the purpose of
making jury lists and drawing jurors.
Said Court, so organizod, shall then
and there proceed in tho manner pre?
scribed by law, and in conformity
with General Orders Nos. 89 and IOU,
current series, from these headquar?
ters, to draw grand and petit juries
for tho next term of said court.
By command of Brevet Major
Go u eral ED. R. S. CANDY.
LOUIS V. C/fiZJ-ARC,
. Aide-de-camp, A. A. A. G.
A correspondent of the Mercury,
writing from Barnwell, C. H., where
the Judge was holding court, says
that after reading the above order,
he took leave of those present os fol?
GENTLEMEN : In forced obedience
to the command of Brevet Major
General Ed. R. S. Canby, I lay down
my office for tho present. Personal?
ly, I feel no mortification nt this in?
dignity, because it hasbeon put upon
mo for the conscientious discharge of I
my constitutional duty. I did not
receive my .office from him, or from
any power which he represents, and
he ha3 no right to remove me. But
it almost breaks my heart to witness
the humiliation of this proud old
State, wo all lovo so well, in my poor
person. Bo of good cheer-it is only
for a time. I see tho dawn of a
brighter day. Tho great heart of the
American people beats true to con?
stitutional liberty. The time is at I
hand when we will bo relieved from
the tyranny and insolence of military |
Gentlemen of the juries, for the
present, farewell; but if God spares
my life, I will yet presido in this
court, a South Carolina Judge, whose
ermine is unstained.
My brethren of the bar, bo patient;
bo loyal to tho Constitution; bo true
Mr. Clerk, as I am not permitted !
to perform any judicial act, you and
the Sheriff will issue to the jurors
their pay certificates, ns if the judge |
had not attended.
Mr. Sheriff, let tho court stand ad?
journed, while tile voico of justice is
Tho Maine papers report an aston?
ishing fall in the price of pork, hogs
bringing only 8 and 10 cents in most
of tho markets in that State.
INSURE YOUR LIVE STOCK.
H. E. NICHOLS &. CO.,
AGENTS YOU SOUTH CAROLIMA OF TUE
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company.
POLICIES of Insurance issued on all
kinds of LIVE STOCK, against losa
by Death, Theft or Transportation, for
two-thirds their cash value.
OWNERS OP HORSES,
Manufacturers, Expressmen, Tourualera,
Physicians, Farmers and Planters, and in
fact all wno aro in any way depondont
upon the sorvicea of thc Horse, in their
daily vocations, should insuro in this, the
Pioneer Company of America; and thus
derivo protection against tua pecuniary
damage they would otherwia* sustaiu in
thu loss ot' their animals.
Planters and Farmors, and all others
owning Cattle.^should avail themselves of
te O?S iijuuuo ui Dauilg liuu TttlUu Ul null
Btock, and securo an equivalent for loss,
which otherwise would fall heavily upon
INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS
Is now odored to all classes. It is desir?
able to tho wealthy owner of valuable ani?
mals, who would bo unwilling to sustain
their loss; it is essential to tho poor man,
in affording tho means of replacing the
animal whoso services is indispensable to
his daily needs.
Applications for Insurance to bo mado
direct to our office, at Columbia, S. O.
Oct 24 B
T\R Tl TT fir -?.- ,l y,:~ T>r.S
S - .... 1... A ?ICO 1LU1UIIU .HO AH.?.
?J denco and Office to tho corner of
Laurel and Bull etreots, near Col. F. W.
McMaster's. Oct 20 G*
The Phoenix Weekly Letter Sheet
Prices Oitrrent and .Marget Report
will be issued to-morrow* (Friday) af?
ternoon. Those desiring copies, will
hand in their orders as early as prac?
IKSUBB YOUB LOTH STOCK.-An ad?
vertisement with tho above heading,
from the Hartford Live Stock Insur?
ance Company, is published in an?
other column. The idea is a good
one, as the policy provides against
loss by death, theft or transporta?
tion. Messrs. H. E. Nichols & Co.
are the agents for this State.
ARRESTED.-Wo loam tbat three
freedmen were arrested by a guard of
soldiers at Hopkin's Turn-out, yes?
terday, and brought to this city.
They are charged with being con?
nected with the gang who ran the
train oiT th*? track, near that station,
about a week ago.
"ON A GRAND ROUND."-W. B.
Lowrance, Esq., leaves Columbia this
morning, on a "circumbendibus" of
tho upper Districts of the State, with
an eye to tho interests of the Phoenix
and Gleaner. The mails are now be?
ing carried with great regularity;
those desirous of subscribing, need
have no fears as to the prompt de?
livery of their papers.
DEATH OF A RESPECTED CITIZEN.
Dr. Decatur P. Gregg, who practiced
tho profession of dentistry in this
city for twelve years pu ?t, departed
this life yesterday morning, after a
painful and lingering illness of seve?
ral months' duration. The doctor
was a good citizen, a kind, humane
and strictly temperate mau. He
leaves a wife, daughter and host of
friends* young (for tho doctor was a
great favorito with the little folks) as
as well as old, to lament his depar?
ture. His funeral will take place
this afternoon, nt half-past 3 o'clock,
at the Baptist Church.
HENRY TIMROD.-The Richmond
Examiner, speaking of Timrod, says:
"Neither Bryant nor Longfellow has
manifested in like degree with him
the truo poetic faculty; has goue so
near the heart of nature, has struck
so skillfully the chords of our inner
being, has wrought his interpretations
of tho material and moral universe
into forms so harmonious or so beau?
CHARLESTON ZEITUNG.-The first
number of this new German paper
made its appearance yesterday. From
tho typography and general appear?
ance-all we can judge from, not be?
ing acquainted with the German lan?
guage-we should say it would find
favor among our Germau friends.
Tho name of its editor, Col. John A.
Wagener, is a guai'anteo that tho
paper will be devoted to the best in?
terests of the State.
THE NEW THINGS TO RE WORN.-As
tho cold daj's aro approaching, the
fashiou-makers of Paris and the
North begin to think of tho warm
things to be worn. Here are some of
Fur is to be used on everything
in Paris, it is thought, this winter.
Fur caps, or little bonnets trimmed
with fnr, will bo worn, out of compli
mont to tho Persian strangers, whose
pretty furs have set off their pretty
fignres and faces at the Exhibition
Circassian plaits of fur will be
worn on tho throat, and Siberian
wristlets will bo made up.
Spangled Syrian veils, cither white
or black, worn very long, aro already
very popular. They look fanciful and
Cerise and white is tho really aria
tocratic combination of colors.
Long sashes, held in rings behind,
Bead lace is coming into favor once
Here is a description of tho newest
winter toilet, which will not be worn
till November, however: Velvet man
tlo, looso at the waist, cut scarf-liko
in front, which is longer than the
back and covered with gimps; it is
trimmed all round with guipuro.
Our fashion editor hnn prepared
tho following list of fabrics, which
will bo in vogue this fall:
For marriageble girls... Pop-lin.
H Elizabeth, (engaged,) Thibet.
. ' Women of letters-P K (pique. )
" Sailors' wives. Merin-O.
" Typos' wives. Print.
" Artillerists' wives.. .Bomb-azino.
" Watchmakers' wives. Tick-ing.
" Scolding wives. Tar-tan.
" Betrothed ladies_ Elusion.
" Extravagant ladies.. Cash-mere.
" "California widow".. Grass cloth.
Read Udolpho Wolfe's advertise?
ments in to-dny's paper.
MAIL ARRANG EMENTS. 4-Th O post
office open daring the we^k from 8>i
a. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from
\y? to 2*? p. m.
The Charleston and Western moil3
are open for delivery at 2 p. m., and'
olose at 9 a. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
10'.j a. m., closes at 1 p. m. .
Greenville-Open for delivery at 3
p. m., closes at 8 p. m.
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 cards, railroad receipts,
checks, drafts, Ac.
NEW AnvEJmsRMKvrs. -Attention ir. .-Hi?
ed to thu foUonriii^ ftdvcrtUietinente, pub?
lished this Uiorninx f.>r ij?<? rlrHi time
Mooting Acacia Lodge.
George Wi Parker-Fresh Groceries.
J. A T. Ii. Agnew-Fresh Duttor.
Extra Moetiuu Columliia T.odgn
H. E. Nichols A Co.-Insurance.
C. F. JACKSON is receiving goods regu?
larly every week. They arj well selected
and sold at low rates. Call and soe them.
No houso sella goods cheaper than ho does.
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL?
ROAD PONDS, f guarantee,) wanted
by THOM. E. GREGG A CO.
For salo, FIR8T MORTGAGE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD PONDS. Oct 13
FRE8H OYSTERS, in the Bhell, at tho
Oct 23 POLLOCK HO?SE.
AFRESH SUPPLY at "OUR HOUSE."
Families furnished by the Quart,
Peck or Bushel. ?
OYSTER SOUP for lunch TO-DAY.
Oct 23 2_D. MoGUlNNIS.
Wolfe's Schledan schnapps sro put
up in qnart and pint bottles, with the pro
firietor's name on tho bottle, cork and
RICHARD F LANIGAN,
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
" - AND wholesale and re
J^BV tail dealer in every va-|
L.V riety, would invite the
^^-^^^^ittention of Ina old custom?
ers, and buyers generally, to his varied
stock of MEN'S, WOMEN'S, YOUTHS',
BOYS', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
Of which ho keeps every variety constant?
ly on hand. His long experience and prac?
tical knowledge of tho business enables
him to compete with any ono in style,
qualitv and price; and his aim will bo to
furnish the newest and best goods for the
least possible money. Has also on hand
FRENCH and AMERICAN CALF SKINS,
OAK, TAN and HEMLOCK SOLE LEA?
REPAIRING done neatly and prompt?
ly. RICHARD FLANIGAN,
Bedell's Row, Columbia, 8. C.
THE undersigned have accopted the
Agency for South Carobua, from H?r?
schel V. Johnson .V Co., of Georgia, for the
RECOVERY OF THE INTERNAL REVE?
NUE TAX wjiich has been, or may hero
after be, paid on Cotton.
All persons interested will do well to
communicate with ns, or our Agents in
different portions of tho State, and the
necessary papers aud instructions will be
Collections to bc made for a abare. No
expenses to be incurred by tho Tax Payer.
M. L. BONHAM,
BUTLER A YOUMANS.
EDOF.FIELD, S. C., October 18, 1867.
TRY THE CELEBRATED
PAINTED IRON BANDS,
I710R BALING COTTON. For sale by
' J. G. Gibbes and E. A G. D. Hope.
H. T. BARTLETT, Gon'l Agent.
43 Carondelet street, New Orleans, La.
Oct t\ . Imo
SWEET HAVANA ORANGES, ?
A selected invoice of French CONFEC?
TIONERY, large assortment of TOYS,
DOLLS. Ac. CAKES and CANDIES manu?
factured daily. At MCKENZIE'S,
Oct 17 Greenfield'^ Row, Main street.
Oew ot the Alps.-This cordial has
only to be tasted to be appreciated._
Mount Zion Collegiate Institute.
THE Trustees of this Institution will
hold their usual annual election for a
PRINCIPAL thereof, for the ensuing year,
ai the Court House in Winnsboro, on FRI?
DAY, the first day of November next, at
10 o'clock A. M.
Candidates will address tho undersigned.
Bv order of tho Board of Trustees.
Oct 4 JAMES H. RION, Socretary.
Washing Machines and Clothes
CLOTHES WRINGERS and Washing
Machines, constantly on hand, and for
sajo/by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Dew or the Alps.-Udolpho Wolfe, sole
.non? tr,r ?vw, fcbore cordial, mauTifac tared
in Geneva, Switzerland, is used by all the
crowned heads of Europo._
Jost Received and For Sale,
e> BALES GUNNY BAGGING, two pounds
r to tho yard,
10 coils GREENLEA!? ROPE,
10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for cash,
by__E. A G. I). HOPE.
Potatoes and Onions.
OA BBL8. dioico Northern POTATOES,
5 bbls. Sweet POTATOES..
Just received, and for salo low, bv
Oct 17 3^.fi!E- % AGNEW.
Nsw Hulled Buckwheat.
-| (\ BBLS. Now Hulled BUCKWHEAT,
JL\J just received, and for salo, by
Oct 20 J. A T. R. AGNEW.