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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wednesiay Morning, February 3. 1869.
Tlie Blue Ridge Railroad.
We learn that a full report by CoL James
P. Low, Chiof Engiueor of tho Blue; Ridge
Railroad, of his recont reeonuoissanoe of the
line of tho road from Walhalla to tho Rabun
Oap, has been reoeived by Gen. Harrison,
the President of the Compnuy. Wo are
glad to learn that the deterioration of tho
road-bed and bridges, which it ivas appre?
hended, .would be considerable, from the
long interval B?UCO work was suspended, is
pro?on?cod comparatively trivial, iu conse?
quence of the substantial character of the
work originally, and the statement ls offi?
cially made, that the line from Walhalla to
Rabun Gap (the tunnels included) can be
completer) in twenty months from the timo
that operations are resumed. Col. Low pro?
poses at once to commence the re-survey of
the line, with an effective force of assist?
ants, and expects to havo the working esti?
mates ready for the contractors in the early
part of April; ao that there are reasonable
hopes for: the completion of the road from
Arj[ttj???oh to the Rabun Gap, by the month
of December, 1870. As nearly all the diffi
cultiea on tho route to Knoxville are com?
prised within thia section, and as the
remainder of it is of easy construction, we
can afford to congratulate our readers on
the early termination oz this work, which
will make Sonth Carolina the thoroughfare,
and Charleston the outlet of tha immense
productions of the mighty West.
Affairs In Waihinglon.
The Washington correspondent of tho
New York Herald telegraphs under dato of
January 31 : '
The great event in tho House to-day was
the passage of the joint resolution reported
from the Committee on the Judioiary by
Mr. Boutwell, submitting to tho State Le?
gislatures au amendment to tho Constitu?
tion providing for universal suffrage All
the Republicans voted for it with the excep?
tion of John A. Bingham, of Ohio; Jehu
Baker, of Illinois, and David Halsey, of
Wost Virginia. Of course tho Democrnts
all voted against it. The carpet-baggers
who voted against it were Nelson, Tift and P.
M. D. Young, of Georgia. Mr. Bingham
had himself proposed an amendment, which,
when put to a vote, could command but
twenty-six supporters. This overwhelming
defeat enraged him so much that he voted
steadily with the Democrats on tho prelimi?
nary motions, as well as on the passago ol
tho joint resolution itself. No attempt at
filibustering was made by the Democrat;
beyond the successful efforts of Mr. Brookt
in calling the yeas and nays, in ordering thc
the joint resolution to a third reading. Il
is tbe opinion of Mr. Boutwell that thc
measure will pasa the Senate at an earl}
The CommiLtee on Printing have ftnisbet
their investigations of the alleged frauds ic
tho Interior Department, connected witl
the contracts for stationery. The testimony
shows the existence of frauds far beyont
anythiug tbat has yet been stated concern
ing this matter. The Secretary of the lute
rior, ns well as nearly all the beads o
bureaus, are to some extent implicated. Th
Chairman of the Committee hus notifi?e
Secretary Browning that they have fi nish ec
taking testimony, and that before prooeed
ing to make this report to the House, the;
will hear bim in anything he has to say ii
extenuation of the serious charges prcferrei
in the evidence. It is understood that Mi
Browning will uppear before the committo
Another attempt has been made to secur
the rotunda of the Capitol, or the ntw ei
tension of the Treasury building, for tb
purpose of an inauguration reception o
ball; but the plan failed, Gen. Grant bavin
refused to attend. It is stated that an irr
portant change will hnve to be made in tb
proceedings usual at inaugurations, ina;
much ns t-en. Grant has intimated that h
will not occupy the same carriage as Mi
Johnson, in going to and from the Capito
ClROUMSTAKOES AtiTEK CASES. - Mr. Joh
. W. Forney is traveling in tho South, and i
writing letters over his initials to bis pape:
In a late letter from Lenoir, North Carolin*
bo is "delighted to Mud the people of tb
Stat? so temperate and orderly;" ho "hi
met a great number of tho Confederate oil
cor?, and in every instance found thet
courteous, intelligent and full of inquiries;
the election rf Grant "is regarded by th
whole population ^is tho best thiug tin
could havo happened to them," and <
every bide when be is not surprised bo
overjoyed at the goodness, loyalty and pro
perity of the people." Whether thisapp
rent change of view has anything to c
with land ugeney speculations in which M
Forney is said to be concerned, or resnl
from un honest conviction of a closer i
spection of the Southern people, we do n
undertake to say. We have no noubt on
solves, however, that the virtues of tl
North Carolinians are all that ho represen
them to be.
From all that can bo learned, Mr. Cus
ing's mission 1 a? been a complete succet
aud thc speculators may now set to wo
and cut through tho isthmus after the en
uently magnanimous and liberulservico tl
Government has done for them through t
medium of Secretary Seward and Cal
Railroad Connection Hi? Nortli Carolina,
Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio.
MB. EDITOR: We seo that a bill has been
introduced in the Legislature of this State,
to aid in the extension of the Spartanburg
and Union Railroad. South Carolina would
soon be in a very prosperous condition, if
her sea-ports were conneoted by a central,
air-line rond, with tho States of North Caro?
lina, Tonneaseo, Kentucky and Ohio.
Freight will nccossar'y find a transit over
the shortest and most direct route to the
ocean, and from such, when established,
there will bo no diversion. Take a thread
aud stretch it from Charleston to Cumber?
land Gap, on tho map, and seo how closely
it approximates Columbia, Alston, Uniou,
Spartanburg, Butt Mountain Gap, Flat
Rock, Henderson, Asheville, Faint Rock
and Morristown. Tho road from Mo rris
town, Tennessee, to Paint Rock, is finished
and now in operat'on, except a mile or so,
and from Paint Rock to Asheville, N. C., is
being constructed, and is amply provided
for. Last week, the North Carolina Legis?
lature appropriated $1,000,000, for the ex?
tension of tho Wilmington nnd Rutherford
Railroad to Asheville, N. C. This road will
certainly pass through the Butt Mountain
Gap via Hcndorsonville, to Asheville, N. C.
Tho North Carolina Central Road, from
Salisbury via Morganton, to Asheville, N.
C., is finished for the greater part of the
way, and is expected to be completed in two
years. Thus it will be seen that Wilming?
ton and Beaufort, N. C., are extending their
arms to grasp tho rich stores of the West,
and surrounding this State with channels of
trade intended to draw off the freight,
which of right should come to onr own sea?
ports. They propose to profit by the exam?
ple of Baltimore, in building tho Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad, which has proved of in?
calculable advantage to that city.
Now, let us see how the case stands; the
roads from Asheville, N. C., to Louisville,
Ky., are either finished or in course of con?
struction. From Spartanburg to Charles?
ton, S. C., tho road is in operation, loaving
a gap of seventy-four miles to build
between Spartanburg, S. C., and Ashe?
ville, North Carolina. This route has been
surveyed by one of the best engineers of tho
country, and estimated to cost, when
finished, Si,380,000. But if the Wilmington
and Rutherford Road is finished, which now
seems a certainty, there will then remain
only thirty-five miles of road, easy of con?
struction, to be built in order to make thc
connection with tho North-west. The dif?
ference of distance, in favor of this route,
between Louisville, Ky., and Charleston, S.
C., over that ria Nashville, Chattanooga,
and Atlanta, is lf>9 miles. As between
Louisville and Savannah, Nashville, Chat?
tanooga, and Atlanta, tho difference of dis?
tance in favor of tho Spartanburg route it
143 miles. Asheville is nearer to Charlestor
by this route than to Beaufort, N. C., by Iii
miles, and nearer to Charleston than to Wil
mington, N. C., by about thirty-three miles
Besides, Wilmington is some distance fron
But the State is not asked to appropri?t?
a dollar, only to lend her credit to a road a
it advances, and is built ready for use. Tba
such a road, passing through the centre o
tho State, by the capitol, to the sea-ports
with its various connections at Asheville
the immense freights in store for it in tb
West-may not be able to pay tho inter?s
on its bonds, wc think too absurd to attemp
to refute. COLUMBIA.
TWICE MAJIBIKD.-There is a curious bil
now pending in the Legislature of Ker
tucky. It is to legalize tho marriage of Di
M. H. Thorp and Josephine Harvey, al
though tho lady has a former husband sti!
living, from whom she has never been d:
vorccd. This former spouse was a Confed
erate officer, and was universally believe
to have deen killed in the battle of Ston
River. Some ten months after that even
the lady was married anew to Dr. Thorr,
and was living in felicity with him, whe
suddenly the dead husband re-uppeare
upon the stage of life. Like n perfect ger
tleman, he made no disturbance, but offere
tho lady tho choice between himself and he
second and newer partner. She chose tb
latter, and Mr. Harvey gave his consent an
blessings. But this did not suffice to rei
der tho marriago legal, and for this p?rpoi
thc parties have gone to tho Legislatur?
Whether tho desired relief will bo given
rather doubtful, as tho Kentucky lat
J makers seem reluctant to pass tho bill.
I Ono of tho humbug arguments urged i
i favor of the purchase of St. Thomas is "tl
possession of a naval station"-a matter
some importance in tho obi days of sailii
ships, but of little value at present, wh(
j the navies of the wt rid aro propelled 1
? steam. England, after having maintaiu?
j possession of tho Bermudas and tho B
hamas for many years, with tho same o
ject, two years ago discovered its faline
j and would now gladly givo them away,
sho could do so with credit, and thus relie
herself of a great uncompensatorv expem
And yet, tho proverbially shrewd Yanko
aro just about tumbling into a similar tri
to that from which she is so anxious to e
cape. If tho 87,000,000 is to be spen
it will be expended moro cheaply in win
ping Denmark than in purchasing hereart
quake factory.- Neat Orleans Times.
Another horrible outrage occurred
j Dnplin County, North Carolina, Sunday,
white mau who fired upon a party of ?
groes, attempting to violato tho persons
somo young ladies, was murdered in 1
house the following night, and his body c
in halves and hung up in tho room in whi
he slept. No arrests have been mado
either of these cases. Lawlessness a
auarchy exist in this entire section of t
Lira INBTJBANCE.--A otrricms question is
coming up tor decision in the Massachusetts
Supreme Court The contest is between the
mother end the affianced bride of a gentle?
man who had insured his life and assigned
the policy first to the young lady, and then,
without uer knowledge ot consent, reas?
signed it to his mother. The mother asserts
that an engagement of marriage does not
constitute an insurable interest.
A French traveler in this country writes
homo that the marseillaise is so mutilated
here that if ' t had been sounded to the vol?
unteers of '93, they would not have marched
to the fire with much enthusiasm. After
all, ho udds, it is perhaps an effect of
climate, notes, Uko ideas, change with the
longitude; what is a inarseillaisc iu Franco
may become a pastoral in America.
A clever old school deacon in Litchfield
County, Conn., was asked: "What is the
difference between old divinity and new?"
Aus wer: "Old divinity sends the prodigal
son home in rags and utter poverty; new
divinity brings him back with money enough
to pay bis expenses. "
A man named Swnyne alias Lightfoot,
was arrested in Macon, Monday, charged
with counterfeiting ?10 and $20 bills oi
greenbacks at his boarding-house in Mncor.
Tho party was committed to jail awaiting
information from Washington.
Gen. Butler having said "coined gold has
ever been tho haudmaid of despotism," s
Boston editor has the temerity to say: "Well,
we will take the maid and let old despotism
A married man named Isaac Davis, living
in New York, committed suicide in a
brothel, in Crosby street, on account of n
difficulty with his paramour.
A Mrs. THeston bad a narrow escape ic
Now York, a few days ago. A heavy derrick
fell and killed both horses attached to thc
carriage in which sbe was riding.
A petition has been presented to Congres;
from promiuent gentlemen from New Yorl
and Brooklyn, asking permission to erect t
bridge, as a foot road, between those cities
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
A THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION Ol
Richland Lodge, No. 3'.), A. P. M., will bi
/V\held, at Masonic Hall. THIS EVENING, a
7 o'clock. Dy order of the NV. M.
Feb 3 1 H. O. PEIXOTTO, Sec'y.
THE undersigned having turned over the Re
cords, Securities and Property of the Office o
Commissioner in Equity to his successors, wi!
resume the practice of LAW and EQUITY ii
Richland and adjoining Counties, and in th
Courts of tho United States.
Feb 2 12* D. B. DKSAUSSURE.
Sauer Kraut and Pickles.
JUST RECEIVED, a Barrel of choice SAUE]
KRAUT: abm, a Barrel of extra tine FICKLE!:
Try them. CAMPBELL A JONES.
Feb 2 3
Zipporah Cotton Seed.
?... . i y. WE offer for sale 35 Bushels of ZIPPC
?yjJtftAH COTTON SEED, the lint of whie
BnBSwas sold in Charleston for 5 cents pt
pound more than middling upland cotton, an
which is now quoted in Charleston as high as i
cents per pound. Price-$5.00 per bushel.
Feb 2 _ R. 0*NEALE A SON.
State Tax Returns for City of Columbii
THE Assessor, for tho last time, requests all ii
terested, who havo not vet returned the
TAXABLE PROPERTY, to do so without dela;
Tho time allowed for the samo will expiro in a fe
days, and all who fail to comply, will lind the
property double-taxed, without any chanco i
abatement. JACOB LEVIN,
Assessor for City of Columbia, corner Plain ar
Assembly streets._Feb 2 2
LA GRANDE VICTOIRE SKIRTS
ARE EXPRESSLY DESIGNED TO SUPPLY
groat nood occasioned by the immenso popula ri
of the present style of PANIER DRESSES. Th
are uusurpaseed for gracefulness, comfort ai
durability, and can be worn with tither gored
Panier-shaped Dresses. For sale at
Feb 2 8 _R. C. SHIVER'S.
Mules for Sale.
JUST ARRIVED. 30 vonng, well bro
Iftfew- KENTUCKY MULES can bo seen at H
Charles Logan's Stable.
mMsA Jan 20 WM. S. TALBOTT.
W. D. CORNWELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE at residence on Blanding street, no
Charlotte Depot. Jan 27 Imo'
Hoes! Hoes!'. Hoes!!!
200 HOE8Br*a*'" CAST BTEEL CI:oV
200 doz. Patent Rivet tod Planters' and Ir
Direct importation. Just received and for s:
low by_ J. A T. R. AGNEW
English Dairy Cheese. Cranberries.
~i\ BOXES English Dairy, Cutting, Fiu? Ap
t)\f and Young America CHEESE.
18 bushels CRANBERRIES, in fine order, a
for salo low by E. A (J. D. HOFF
6BALES Superior COTTON BAGGING.
50 cods Greenleaf and Manilla Ropo.
For sale low by E. ft G. 1). HORK
-f BAGS Strictly Choice Familv FLOUI!
IOU 100 bbls. Low Priced Flour.
For salo low by E. A O. D. HOPF.
Diamond Hams, &c.
TIERCES "Davis Jr." DIAMOND HAMS,
Tierces "Orango brand Hams-a good arti*
" Breakfast Bacon, ftc., received and
salo by C. H. BALDWIN
Lost, Stolen or Mislaid.
ANOTE for $G0.00, on Mrs. E. Woodward,
persons aro cautioued against trading for
same, as paymont lias been stopped.
Jan 28 ft* C. A. OAYDE?
rr pr BBLS. PINK EYES, PRINCE ALBER
j O Jackson Whites, and Early Goodrich, in
order and for sale by_ E. A G. D. HOPI
Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
-| f\f\ SHARES for salo by
1AJU Jan 24 GREGG, PALMER ft C(
The Charleston train did not arrive here
until after ll o'clock last night. The delny
was caused, as wo are informed, by an acci?
dent to the through train and a consequent
blocking up ol the road.
COUUT OF COMMON PLEAS AND GKNEBAB
SESSIONS-TUESDAY, February 2.-The
Grand Jury returned true hills in the fol?
W. R. Marshall, James P. Levis, Wm.
Jones, assault and battery, l?ill Bower,
larceny. Robert Cooper, Samuel Manning,
William'Holmes, Robert Dubard, Thomas
Green, Calvin Campbell, Mander Audcraou,
grand larceny. Isom Edwards, assault and
battery with a knife and stick. Henry
Mnxcy, murder. R. W. Proctor, burglary.
Isaac Ledingham and Huston Roesc, bur?
glary and larceny. Louisa Ward alias
In the cases of Mary Burgess and James
M. Crawford, charged with assault and bat?
tery; Andrew Worthy, and Laura Bynum,
larceny, no bills were found.
W. H. Talley, Esq., the newly-elected
Solicitor, will argue tho State cases for thc
first time in Richland. His abilities as r
lawyer are understood and appreciated; ant
wrong-doers will stand but a slim chance o
escape from punishment.
Mr. McIntosh requests us to say that it
was not the burning out of his chimney
which caused the alarm on Monday night
but one attached to a building occupied bj
a number of United States officers. This ii
the second time discredit has been throwi
upon his smoke-conveyors.
CASH.-Our terms are strictly cash-n<
exceptions. If an advertisement is to bi
inserted, hand over the money; if a paper i
subscribed for, the money must aecornpatr
the order-otherwise no attention will bi
paid to them. This rule will be adhered to
THE AUGUSTA AND COLUMBIA RAII.BOAD
We are pleased to learn from the August;
Chronicle and Sentinel, that there was a meet
ing of tho President and Directors of th
Augusta and Columbia Railroad, held in tba
city on last Saturday. At this meeting i
was announced, we aro gratified to say, tba
if no further interruption be experienced
by the 10th day of next April its trac
would be laid to tho South Caroliua bunk c
tho Savannah river, and trains run over th
entire route from Augusta to Columbit
This will be welcome intelligence, wo ai
convinced, to tho people of this city, wh
have so long and impatiently awaited th
completion of this great enterprise. It is
well established aud indisputable fact tbi
railways always enhance greatly the proi
perity of their termini; but especially do w
believe this will bo the case with this roac
destined as it is, to become the most impo:
tant link in the railroad chain which wi
form the shortest and, consequently, spei
diest through route between the cities <
New York and New Orleans. In the meai
time, while the road is being rapidly coi
structed from Graniteville to the Savanna]
preparations are being made to build
handsome and substantial bridge over th
stream to connect it with Augusta. An e:
perienced corps of engineers have been the:
for tome time engaged in selecting the be
locality for the structure, which will 1
erected at the foot of either McIntosh, Jae
son or Campbell streets, and the mills a
sawing thousands of feet of lumber to 1
used in building the some. The prospc
certainly is encouraging, and wo earnest
I hope the anticipations of tho President ai
Directors may bo realized.
MA iii ABUANOEMENTS.-The post oflicc
open during the week from 8}:? a. m. to 6
m. On Sundays, from 4 to 5 p. m. T
Charleston and Western mails are open 1
delivery at 5p. m., and close at SJ? p. ;
Charleston night mail open 8,'? a. m., eic
?t}? p. m. Northoru open for delivery
p. m., close ll,1 J a. m. Greenville open I
^delivery 5 p. m., close 8}.? p. m.
FAST AND CiiEAr PBINTINO.-Wo hu
added a fast card press-of the Degener
Weiler patent-to tho muchincry of t
PhonLc office; and have also madendditic
to our stock of fancy type, cards, paper, c
Persons in want of any styles of book n
job printing, aro invited to call and exam
samples and prices. Cards printed at sh
notice, and at prices varying from S3.50
#10 per thousand.
Take a small pleoo of raw beef, steer
all night in vinegar, cut us much from it
will cover the wart, tie it on it; or if tho
! oreseuce is on the forehead, fasten it
I with strips of sticking plaster. It may
I removed in the day and put on every nig
In one fortnight tho wart will dit; ?uni \
off. Tho samo prescription will cure cor
I So soys tho Goldsboro Messenger.
Pardons were issued from Executive De?
partment, yesterday, for "Willis Wertz, Jerry
Logan and Henry Mathis.
NEW. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
is called to the following advertisements,
published for the first time this morning:
Meeting Richland Lodge No. 39, A. P. RI.
Rev. E. A. Wilson-To Consumptives.
John 13. Ogden-Errors of Youth.
A busy mau is a locomotive, and life a
track. Every night ho drives into "tho
house," and stops. Every morning he is
fired up aucw, and awry ho goes switching
off in one direotiou, ?nd then in another.
In this routine of business ho forgets that
the physical organization is of the most
delicate kiud. If a liard iron locomotivo
needs constant care, and to bo well oiled up
?iud rubbed off every day, how much moro
necessary is it that all men and women
should use PLANTATION BITTERS, which aro
the ne plus ultra of everything which is ne?
cessary to keep the system in a perfect tone
MAGNOLIA WATER-Superior to tho best
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
tho price. J29Jlf3
Support Your Own Nursery.
W. IIAMFl'ON GIBBES ha? boen
^appointed Agent for Fomaria Nnrso
rica and all orders through him will
meet with bett attention.
February is tho best month for
transplanting Fruit Trees, Grapes, Roses and
Strawberries. March, for Evergreens.
OrdcrB thankfully received
WM. SUMMER, Agent.
Descriptive Catalogues may be had on applica?
tion to W. H. Gibbes._Feb 2 6*
S. V. A C. C. RADCLIFFE
are now at tho reaidenco of
I their father, corner of As-i
sembly and Fondlcton ste.,I
and continuo the business of the RE?
PAIRING OF WATCHE8, JEWELRY,
LAo., and solicit tho patronage so liberally
extended heretofore to their father.
ENGRAVING done in the neatest style.
Extra Large Mountain Apples.
G_IRSON and fresh mountain BUTTEB, Just
received and for sale low, wholesale and re?
tail. FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
AN important consideration, which Company
pays thc bt-Bt, and where can tho cheapest
and be-.t Insurance be obtained. Wo say, in tho
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. Because-Tho largest
Mutual Life Company-55,000 inembors-its im?
mense security, its surplus over all liabilities ovor
$0,000,000; ita largo and ever increasing anpual
dividends, on some policies exceeding 70 per cent.;
the largest annual dividend 1 rom the earnings of
a single year ever made by any Company in tho
world; its easy mode of rccoiviugprcpiinmsr-ronly
HALF CASH required-yoncan sccuro a larger
amount of Insurance for the money paid, than in
any other Company-iu short, it pays the beet in
tho Connecticut Mutual. For particulars, call?n
Feb a E. H. HEINTTsn, at his Store.
THIS is Lo notify the kindred and creditors of
the Estate of H. B. BYHONER, deceased, to
present their claims on or before the 15th day of
FEBRUARY next. It. A. McGRADY,
Jan 27 wS* Administrator.
Flour! Flour!! Flour ll!
ALL GRADES. For salo, very low. at
Jan 31 Imo 8WYGERT A BENN'S.
Oats! Oats!! Oats!!!
AT SSVYGERT A BENN'S.
Jan 31 Imo
Dried Apples and Peaches,
Now Orleans Syrup,
Just received and fur salo by
Jan 3t_ ?. A G. p. HOPE.
FRESH COUNTRY AND MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
Pink-Eve and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Flue Goshen CHEESE,
At G. DIEE0K8,
Jau 23 At the Sign of the Watch.
A Record of Travel
IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES, during
I860 and 1867. By C. Wentworth Dilke. Price
$1.00. With Maps and Platea.
Watchwords for the Warfare of Life. By Sebou
borg-Cotta Family, $1.75.
Abbott's Life of Christ and His Teachings, with
thc Political Institutions of His Times.
Kinglako's Crimean War-Its Origin, Ac; with
Maps, Plans, Ac, $4.00-2 Volamos.
Gardening for tho South. By White, of Goor
gia. Tho best book over published on gardening;
Fair Play. By Mrs. Southworth.
Tricotin. By Author of Ourda.
Madam Do Bcaupro. By. "Who Brenks Pays."
Queens of Song-Their Memoirs. By Clayton.
Liddous' University 8ermons.
Dr. Bellows'Old World in ?s New Face-now
Our Lifo in China. By Nevins; $1.25.
Gold Hunters' Adventures; Loy Cavaliers, and
other Now Bonks, for young and old, for sale at
Jan 31 BRYAN A^MoC ARTE R'S Bookstore.
Iiandreth's Garden Seeds
EVEBY varictv of Fresh and Reliable SEEDS.
Tho reputation of these Seeds are too well
I known to need anv praise. Just received at
Janl0+2mo* " E. POLLARD'S.
S. R. Flour, &c.
1 ?)f\ BBLS. S. R. FLOUR.
Cit \j 5 Bbl?. Superior Buckwheat Flour,
Barrels Sugar Drips,
Barrels New Crop N. 0. Molasses,
TiorcOH Now Crop Weat Indies do.
In storo and for salo by C. H. BALDWIN.
?Trophies to the Victor.-Another Case
Cured.---Read it, Sufferers.
DR. E. H. 1IEINIT8H-DEAU Sm: In accord?
ance with my promise, I givo you the certifi?
cate of cure in my case. I had Chills and Fever
for uioro than three months, in which timo my
loss of work was canal to $100. I took only ono
bottlo of your "CHILL CURE" and I am ontiroly
cured; my heath restored. Tho only objection I
ha VD to it is that it increased my appetite far be?
yond my moans to Bupply it. Otherwise, it is tho
best Chill and *"cver Caro known. Yours trnlv,
SIM PJ HENRY DANIELS.
THORBURNS SEEDS-foll assortment. These
seeds have been for nearly a century before
I tho publio, and require commendation from no
I ono. For sale by QEO. 8YMMER8.