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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Friday Horning, February 12, 1869.
Favorable llrporta ot tb? South.
A despatch from Washington states that
Gen. Grant's staff, returning to the seat of
Government from a recent trip to the South,
submitted a very favorable report of the
condition of affairs in this quarter. Does
this report refer to the political attitude of
tbe South at this time? pertinently asks tho
New Orleaus Times. Partly, perhaps. Our
people are quiet enough on tbe ordinarily
exciting top.'o of governmental affai.s, party
projects and tho like. They are willing
that Congress should legislate as it pleases,
having themselves no voice in the matter,
or none that is influential. Thin repose,
this acquiescence, is tho result of necessity,
aud by no means establishes thc fact that
our citizens approve of every measure that
is adopted by the majority. The truth is,
the South are a peculiar people, and long
ago entertained and advocated the doctrine
that that government is best which governs
least. It has always been our boast in this
oountry that we call in reason und tho Con?
stitution to our aid, nnd by their enlighten?
ing influence and direction govern our.
selves. If we take less intorest in Federal
affairs than formerly, it is from the general
conviction and consciousness which prevail
in our midst that the Federal Government,
ns administered for some time past, is un
American and antagonistic to what we call
self-government. By-an-by there will doubt?
less be an improvement in this particular,
and we of the South will be left to pursue
our own interest in our own way, and the
party in power desist from any further re?
taliatory measures on account of the late
war. The people approve of the "let-alone
policy" on both sides, unless it bc in tho
way of friendship. We aro quite willing,
nay, desirous, to aid a constitutional go?
vernment in its administration, if the Go.
vern ment, faithful to its old pledges, is
prepared to "promote the general welfare"
of all the States without exception. We
are not informed of the particular topics on
which the General's staff reported; but pre?
sume they informed him that, notwithstand?
ing partisan mendacious rumors to thc
country, the wur over, nnd our people hav?
ing, in popular parlance, "accepted thc
situation," they uro quietly pursuing theil
own vocations, boping for tho best in thc
future, and especially boping that the in?
coming administration, by its wisdom and
virtues, will form an era in American histo
ry, und by its generous consideration of all
American interests, regardless of scctiona
preferences, will restore this national bar
mony and consolidate the Union. Thej
might well inform him that, under thesi
encouraging expectations, a peoplo natural
ly brave and enterprising, and favored lr
Heaven with u fertile soil, rich staples an<
great natural and artificial channels of com
mu n?cat ion for the convenience of trade
have not wholly lost their courage. Al
chistes of operatives, from the highest ti
the lowest amoug us, are satisfied that b
the pursuits of steady, quiet industry, tb
interests aud honor of a free people maj- b
best promoted. They', therefore, are with rt
murkable spirit aud unanimity, puttin
their own ohonldurs to the wheel, in ordc
to extricate themselves, their families au
their country from tbe difficulties in whic
they were involved by the lato war; belier
iug that u magnanimous government wi
aid them in the effort to the best of il
ability. This-whatever time-servers, ma
contents, crokers or partisans may say -
the universal sentiment entertained at tl:
South by nil patriotic, honorable, big]
ti HAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELI?<
MASTERS.-At tbe annual convention of tl
Grand Council of Boyal and Select Maste
of South Carolina, held at Masonic Hal
in Charleston, tho following cora pan ioi
were, elected for tho ensuing year, aud du
A. G. Mackey, M. P. G. M., Charlcsto
H. B. Campbell, J. L G. M., Laurens; A. '.
Lumpkin, I. C. W\, Barnwell; C. F. Jae
son. G. T., Columbia; H. W. Schroder, <
C., Charleston; J. A. Hoyt, G. M., Amit
son; John lt. lilley, G. C., Laurel
James Birnie, G. C. of G., Greenvill
C. M. Miller, G. C. of C., Laurens; -
Corby, G. S., Charleston
The following is a list of officers elect
and duly installed iu the Grand Royal Ar
ii. S. Bruns, G. H. P.; M. Moses, 1).
H. P. ; C. G. Jaeger, O. K. ; James A. H?.
(i. S. ;.James ll. Pickett, (?. C. ; C. P. Jal
son, G. T.; E. Thayer, G. S. ; W. ll.
Gaillard, G. C. of H.; E. W. Lloyd, (i.
A. C.; L. F. Myers, G. S.
MELANCHOLY AOOTDSXT.-John S. Dick?
H very intelligent and promising boy, abc
six years of age, was accidentally drown
in a branch on Fishing Creek, near 1
il welling of Mr. John Dickey, .Sr., on !
;;d instant -Cltestor Reporter.
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL, ?r
Feb 7_8WYQEKT A KENN'S. _
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
ALL GRADES. For salo, ?cry low, at
Jan 81 Imo _8WYGERT & BENN .*!
New Buckwheat Flour.
5DARRELS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, 5 barrels
Golden 8yrup._For sale byE. A G. D. HOPE._
Flour ! Flour ! !
?)f\f\ BBLS. FLOUR of all qualities, from
Zi\J\) $8.00 per bbl. upwards, inst received and
for sale by _ _J. & T. B. AGNE W
rr pr BBLS. PINK EYES, PRINCE ALBERT'S,
i O Jackson Whites, aud Early Goodrich, in flu?
oriler and for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
ALARGE supply of Thorburn's GARDEN
SEED.i, whicn "have given universal suti.sl'uc
(ton for the past three years. For sale by
Jun :t E. A G. D. HOPE.
CREDITORS ?.id DEBTORS of tho Brm of
FISHER St LOWRANCE will make Hetti* meut
with tho undersigned,
Jan 12 FISHFR, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Notice to Florenz Hertwig,
OF an INHERITANCE. His present address is
requested, by FREDERICK H IN KEL,
Attornoy at Law, 13'J Bioadway, (P. O. Box
1.158.) New York city. Feb 10 6
White's Gardening for the South,
OR '"How to Grow Vegetables and Fruits in the
Fei) 9 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
pr (~\ BOXES Coburn Family SOAP, known hero
OU toforo as tho Soap sold by Mr. R. C. shiver,
just received and for sale: low, bv
Feb '.) J. A T. R. AGNEW.
pr f\ BBLS. self-raising FLOUR, just received
OvJ and for sale low to the trade, and at retail,
by J. A T. H. AGNEW.
Potatoes ! Potatoes ! !
2pr BBLS. Pink-Eye Planting POTATOES,
O 25 do. Choice Eating Potatoes, just re?
ceived and for sah' at reduced prices, by
Feb 0 J. A. T. R. AGNEW.
^ITTE will open, TH IS MORNING, a beautiful
YY selection of VALENTINES. iu*t arrived lust
evening, from Now York, varying in pneo from 5
couts to $ 1.00-sent i>y mail, carefully packed, to
auy address. Liberal discounts to merchants.
Feb 9 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellers.
Zipporah Cotton Seed.
?Y-VTT\ WE offer for salo 85 Bushels of ZI1TO
LVA-4.RAH COTTON SEED, the lint of which
eSu2L..was sold in Charleston for ."> cents per
pound moro than middling upland cotton, and
which ie now quoted in Charleston as high as.
cents per pound. Price-$5.00 per bushel.
Feb 2 R. O NEALE .V SON.
FRESH COUNTRY AND MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
- Pink-Eye and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fino Goshen CHEES!',
At G. DILI.( Rs,
.Tan '2:1 At the Sign nf th.- Watch.
Diamond Hams, &c.
TIERCES "Davis Jr." DIAMOND HAMS, the
Tierces "Orange bran.', il mis- a good ariiclo,
" Breakfast Bacon, A e., received and for
sale bv C. IL BALDWIN.
fTHIE undersigned having turned over the lie
X cords. Securities and Pr.e,:.Tty of the O Rico "f
Commissioner in Equity to his successor*, will
resumo the practice of LAW and EQUITY in
Richland and adjoining Counties, and in tho
Courts of tho United Stales.
Feb 2 Pi* D. B. DEPAUSSURE.
Masonic Female College,
fCOKESBURY, S. C.,
REV. SAMUEL B. JONES, Presid? nt.
igTuition .Collegia) Department per
3?'yoar, $-10; Preparatory Depart nient
'per vear, $20. Boarding $10 per
mouth. F. E. GARY,
Feb 4 Imo* Secretary Hoard Trustees.
To Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights.
CITY GT.ERR'S OFFICE,
COI.UMMA, February 9, I860.
PROPOSALS for tho Blacksmith und Wheel?
wright work required hythe Street Depart?
ment, w ill be entertained by the City Council, at
their next regular meeting, on tho 16th instant.
Persons who desire to bid for tho above work, will
be furnished with a list of tho articles required, at
this office, and any further information will bo
given on application to thc City Clerk.
Rv order ot the Cits Council.
Fob Ki fi .I. S. MeMAHON. City Clerk.
Support Your Own Nursery.
- A.^ W. HAMPTON GI RUES has been
\?QcjV?>- appointed Agent for Romarin Nurse
^fflffgcJ"* ! i. s ?md all orders through him will
^MMKS^V, nie.t with best attention.
^W^* February is tho best month for
transplanting Fruit Trees, Grapes, Roses and
Straw!.en ies. March, for Evergreens.
Orders thankfully received
WM. SUMMER, Agent.
Descriptive Catalogues may bo bad on applica?
tion t.? W. H. Cibla s. Feb 2 Ililli*
AN important consideration, which Company
pays tho best, and where can the cheapest
mid best Insurance be'obtained. Wc Bay, in tho
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. Because-The largest
Mutual Life Company-55,000 members-its im?
mense security, its surplus ov< r all liabilitu s over
$6,000,000; its large ami ever increasing annual
dividends, on some policies exceeding 70 per cent.;
the largest annual dividend fruin the earnings of
a single year ever made hy any Company in the
world; ?is easy mode of receiving premiums-Only
HALF CASH required- yon can secure a larger
amount of Insurance for"the money paid, than in
any other Company-in short, it pays the best in
the Connecticut Mutual. For particulars, cull on
Feb 2 E. FL HEINITSH, at his Store.
For the Ladies' Toilet.
ITILO WEB SCENTED GLYCERINE,
. Balm Glycerine,
Camphor leo, Cold Cream Glycerine.
Excellent applications for chapped and abraded
skin, roughness and redness of tho face.
Almona, Honey and Glycerine Soap, for winter
u.ie. For sale by FISHER 4 HEINITSH,
Jan Ki Druggists.
ACOPARTNERSHIP has this dav been entered
into between FISHER A LOWRANCE
JOHN FISHER, former President Branch Bank ot
tho State of Routh Carolina, under the name aud
style of FISH BR, LOWRANCE ft FISHER.
E. n. FISHER,
R. N. LOWRANCE,
Jan l? JOHN FISHER.
MISS ANNIE WIXTVOGEL, (formerly with
Mr*. McCormick.) bas opened a DRESS |
MAKING ESTABLISHMENT, up stairs, in Ander- I
sou's building. Patronage solicited. Satisfaction |
RUarantc?<L_Feb ll 2*
Helichrysum Compositum Maximum
^^^^^^^<^^^^^ SEEDsj just received ?it
Feb 9 E. E.JACKSO N'S.
FINE GOLD WATCHES.
aFINE GOLD SETS, ^yrj^ft I
18 K PLAIN (;i)IJ)fittl?H
FINE GOLD SLEEVE Ul' LTONS,
GENUINE SCOTCH PEBBLES SPECKS, !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
ABOVE ARTICLES JUST RECEIVED,
AT I. SULZBACHER'S,
Fei? '.I Sign of the C,r-.n Sperl s.
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
JAY COOKE &Co., General Agts.,
WASHINGTON, D. ''.
Is a National Company, ehsrtercdby -ial Act
I>1 Congress. Cash eapitol (1,000.000. paid :n
full. This Company offers, by reason of it* large
capital, low rates o" premiuini and new tables
tbe must desirable means of insuring ?ile yet pre?
sented to tl.c public.
Tho most inviting foalurt is. that il i- ;t Home
Compauy, in every locality. The money pajd f<>r
premiums will lu- invested in tin- -cetion where
coi ved; so it isa matter of pride ns ??ll as
inti rest that snell prellt? should be :ippropriat< d
tu tin' beiieHt of onr citv ?ind among ourselves,
where so much i-* needed, livery one, :h> rt foi '-,
bas a special interest iu the matter of insuring in
this Company, and securing for themselves and
their families tho rich fouls i-f Ibisliberiil provi?
dion. Circulars, pamphlets. ??Mi tull particulars,
givon on application to E.H. HEINITSII,
Feb!? Ollie- :it Un- Dru? Store.
rms msuRANos !
GEORGE HUGGINS. Agent.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OE THE .ETNA INSURANCE CO.,
OX TUE 1ST DA)' OE
JANUARY, A. !>. 1809.
Ait rer/itire I hy fhn Laws af theState of S. <\
ril.li; nam? "I tin- Corporation i- ?ETNA IN'
1 SURANCE COMPANY, located ut HAICTFOUD,
Co.NNKcrici r. Ibo Capital is (3,000,000, and is
IXCOUI'OKATED 1310. Churtrr Perpeluul.
Loss KS PAID IN SO Yr.\us, - - - $21,000,000.00.
January 1. 18U9 -ASSETS, <t mai kel value:)
Cash in hand and in Rank, . $59*2,529.57
Real Estai-,. 253,310.14
Mortgage Bonds,. 804,700.00
Bank Stock,. 1,307,330.00
United States, Stat.-, ami Citv Stock,
.-un! other Public Securities,. 2,102,053.00
Thc greatest amount insured i-.i any uni- risk is
Tho greatest amount allowed by llicrules of the
Company tobe insured in ?ny one eily, town, vil?
lage or block, varies, and depends upon tb- con?
struction, materials and thc means of arresting
STATE OF CO NN EC r]CU i. I s-s
COCNTT OF H.\ltTFO!m. > ' '
Lucius J. Hondeo. President, and J. Goodnow,
Secretary, of the ".Etna Insurance Company,"
being severally sworn, depose and say, and each
for bimsclf says, that tb-: foregoing is a full, true
and correct statement of the affairs of said Com?
pany; that neither tb- above described invest?
ments, nor any nart thereof, aro made for the
benefit of any individual exercising authority in
tho management of Baid Company, either as Pre?
sident, Secretary, Treasurer, Director or other?
wise, and that they are the abovo described officers
ol' the said .Etna Insurance Company.
LUCIUS J. RENDER, President.
J. GOODNOW, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn bi'fore me, this Gth l iv
of Febrnarv, A. D. 18C9.
NATHANIEL SHIPMAN, Justice of thc Peace.
GEORGE HUGGINS, AGENT,
OlVice at Kinard's, Main street, Columbia, S. C.
F.b ll 2
np ?RBUUN'S SEEDS full assortment. These
JL seeds havo been for nearly a century before
the public, and require commendation from no
one. For salo bv _ GEO. SYMMEKS.
To Ne v. paper Publishers.
FOB SALE CHEAP, a quantity of LEADS.
BRASS DASHES, etc., suitable for columns
of about twelve ems piea. Apply at I'htmix
office. Jan r>
WE havo purchased the right of L'tley's Patent
BURGLAR ALARMS, and now offer them
for salo at the low prico of $10 each. They trill be
fou iel a secure safe-guard Jor Protection "J Stores,
Dwellings, Gin-houses, Burns, Smoke-houses, de.,
from tliieoes and incendiaries. Call and see them
at thostoroof J. A T. It. AGNEW.
BEWARE OF DECEIT,
<S&^\ S~\ AND call at tho Columbia Iee House.
.NVL!)-Sr if you want good and fresh NORFOLK
^S?jr OYSTERS, at 50 cents per quart. 1 am
receiving daily, direct ?rem Norfolk, by Express.
Dec 17 JOHN D. BATEMAN.
CouBX OF COMMON PLEAS AND GENERAL
SESSIONS-February ll.-The case of
Louisa Wilson, for murder, was resumed.
This case involved many knotty points in
medical jurisprudence aa well as in law.
Mr. John T. Sloao, Jr., led off in defence of
the prisoner, aud delivered an excellent ar?
gument; he spoke with a dignity and cool?
ness seldom seen in young men. Mr.
Talley followed him on behalf of the .State,
with his usual ability. Col. A. C. Haskell
closed in behalf of the prisoner. His argu?
ment was forcible, aud showed accurate
knowledge of the law. The Judge in his
charge complimented the attorneys pro und
con., and said tho case was ono of gre.t in?
terest to him aud tho country. After in?
structing them as to their duties, tho jury
retired, and in about two hours rot urned a
verdi-jt of guilty of manslaughter.
THB PAVILION HOTEL.-Visitors to the
Queen City will find that this old hotel hus
been thoroughly overhauled. The "sample
room" has been transformed into n neatly
appointed gentleman's sitting and reading
room; while the ardent is dispensed in a
room a short distance iu thu rear. Other
changes and improvements have been mudo,
which add materially to the appearance of
tho establishment. Mrs. Butterfield i?s as?
sisted by her brother-in-law, Mr. Asa But?
terfield, and Mr. Bonticuu; and visitors will
find themselves well cared fur. The rates
art* S3 per dion?.
The March number of that ever-welcome
family visitant, Dtmorssi'x Mtigmine, has
just appeared in our sanctum, bright,
beautiful and interesting, as au elegaut dis?
play of the early spring fashions and an
entertaining collection of handsomely illus?
trated tales and sketches eau render it, nod
numberless cuts, descriptions and hints all
relative to matters important to the fair sex.
$3.00 yearly. Publication office, 838
Broadway, X. w York.
Ort: Jnr. OiTieis.- Tho P/tomUJob Office
is now prepared to execute every manner of
printing, ?rom visiting and business cards
to pamphlets and book:-. With ample ma?
terial and first-class workmen, satisfaction is
guaranteed tu a l at New York prices. If
our work does not come up to contract, wo
make no charge. With this understanding,
our bnsiuess mea eau have no excuse to send
their job work North, when it fan be done
The following members have recently
beeu iustalled as officers of Columbia Chap?
ter No. H.-. A.-. M.-.
Compunion Richard Tozer, High Priest;
A. J. Berry, King; C. P. Jackson, .Scribe;
James Frazer, Captain of Host; G. T.
Berg, Principal S. ; L. H. Trevett, ll. A. C. ;
C. ?. Eberhardt, G. M. 3d Vail; Wm.
Steiglitz, G. M. 'id Vail; Louis Carr, G.
M. 1st Vail; John McKenzie, Treasurer;
W. Hutson Wigg, Secretary; A. DeLorea,
As Sunday next is Valentine's Day, all
the little folks, with a heavy sprinkling ol
big ones, will bo in .search of missives to
send to loved ones. Anticipating a rush,
Messrs. Bryan Sc McCarter have laid in an
extensive stock of Valentines-from grave
to gay, from lively to severe-comic, senti
mental and gushing-with envelopes to suit,
MAIL AKUANGEMENTS.-The post office i;
open during the week from S)? u. ru. to Rp
m. On Sunda}'::, from 1 to ~> p. m. Tin
Charleston and Western mails are open fo:
delivery at ? p. m., and close at S'j p. in
Charleston night mail open 8}? a. m., dosi
.i'.j p. m. Northern open for delivery !
p. m., close ll'., a. m. Greenville open fo
delivery ."> p. m., close S'.J p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -Special attention
is called to the following advertisements
published for the first timo this morniug:
John 0. Heegers-Adulteration.
J. P. Williams-Boarders Wanted.
Peter Surgeoner-Dogs Lost.
Wanted-Furniture for Parlor.
C. H. Baldwin-Fresh Teas, Seo.
Win. S. Talbott-Kentucky Mules.
At the annual meeting of tho stockhoh
ers of the South Carolina Ilailroad Con
pan}', held in Charleston, on Wednesday
the following Directors were elected for tl
DiRECTor.s IN RAILROAD COMPANY-V
J. Magrath, George A. Trenholm, L. I
DeSaussure, John Ilnuckel, Andrew ti
monds, G. W. Williams, Henrv Gourdii
F. J. Pelzer, C. M. Forman, B. H. Rice, I
H. DeLeon, James Rose, W. A. Coarten?;
J. G. Gibbes, James P. Boyeo.
DIRECTORS TN BANK-James Bose, P. ?
Porcher, Z. B. Oakes, J. C. Cochran, 1
O'Neill, W. A. Pringlo, J. G. Holraes, V
J. Magrath, E. H. Locke, J. F. O'Neill, ;
H. Abrahams, J. McCarey, L. D. DeSati
At a meeting of tho Directors, W.
Magrath, Esq., was re-elected President.
CASH.-Our terms are strictly cash-no
exceptions. If an advertisement is to be
inserted, band over tbe money; if a paper is
subscribed for, tbe money must accompany
tbe order-otherwise no attention will be
paiil to them. This role will be adhered to.
One of tbe gambling establishments at
Baden-Baden bas offered Mrs. Lincoln
?2,000 per year to remain there as the guest
of that establishment for three years. The
oiler has been accepted.
ARREST OF GENERAL GONZALEZ-We ex?
tract the following from the Savannah
Morning Neus, of the 9th instant:
The Tampa (Florida) Peninsula/; of tbe
30th ultimo, says: "Gen. Gonzalez, who
was second in c ommand in the ill-fated Lo?
pez expedition to Cuba, aud who has been
residing in South Carolina since the failure
of that expedition, went over to Havana on
the Alliance week before last; but we learn
that be was arrested iu fifteen minutes after
lauding, and lodged in the Moro Castle."
Thc lierait of Monday, in its money arti?
cle, says: "There was a firmer tone to tho
market for Southern securities succeediug a
recovery in prices after the declino pre?
viously noticed. Quotations are not up to
the figures which they touched a few weeks
ago. Tho market is now largely free of the
sp?culative influences then at work. Our
reconstructed brethren were not slow to
learn 'yankee tricks' in speculation, and
there is the best reason in the world for the
belief Unit the bonds of several Southern
States were ingeniously worked up and
down the scale, tn the great profit of the
State authorities. The investment demand
from Northern capitalists and corporations
seems to have been .satisfied, while specu?
lative operators uri' temporarily attracted to
the other markets."
HEADACHE, DYSPEPSIA, COSTIVENESS.
Should you be afflicted with either of the
ibo ve complaints, use "Heinitsh's Queen's
Delight," and you will get speedy relief.
This valuable remedy (to which wo call spe
:iul attention in another column) is regard?
ed by every one tho very best remedy for
those diseases arising from a disordered
state <>f the .stomach, nerves and howe's.
Inde d, it is a.-serted, upon high authority,
that "Heinitsh's Queen's Delight" is the
most extraordinary medicine known to me
lical men. The cures border on the m i ra?
mions; aud it must be a subject of rejoicing
lint so oxccllent a medicine is discovered in
jnr midst. Try a bottle of it. For sale
?y FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists.
Et is strange to see with what carelessness
?orne invalids attend to their health. They
.viii procure a box of PLANTATION BITTERS,
vhich ought to be used up iu u month or
six weeks, and upon inquiry it is found that
hey have used only two or turee bottles.
?Jonie days they bavo used it according to
bo directions, and others have not touched
t. Tho whole trial has been irregular, and
if course a less favorable result has como
roiAi their use. If it be true that "what is
vortb doiug at all is worth doiug well,"
low emphatically is it true in matters relati?
ng to thc health. A few bottles of PLANTA?
RON BITTERS have often wrought wonders,
vhile in other instances disease bas only
men subdued after weeks of resistance.
MAQNOLIA WATER-Superior to tho best
mported German Cologne, aud sold at half
be price. F12+lt3
A FEW BOARDERS cnn bo comfortably accom
f\_ mod a tod :?t DIV houae, on Blandiug street,
mar thc Charlo'te Depot. Terms reasonable
Feb 12 3* J. r. WILLIAMS.
y^r BBLS.-comprising Family, Extra and Su
I O per G HAD ES; Hocker's Sulf-Eaiaiug, in
iiiantities to suit, for sale bv
Feb 12 3 'C. H. BALDWIN.
[~1 UN POWDER, HyBon, Young Hyson, Oolong
\JC TEAS-also, Chests of Uncolored Japan Tea
the same grade received with so great favor tho
?ast ten vea re; just received aud for Balo hy
Feb 12 3 C. H. BALDWIN.
?).*? BOXES Coburn'? Patent Detersive SOAP
Q*_J tho same 'lin.I formerly sold by R. C. Shiver.
Osq. tor salo at current rates. Brown Windsor,
lonev, Almond, Palm, Sta., ?ko., Toilot Soap*, at
educed rates, bv C. H. BALDWIN.
Feb li 8
From Kentucky, SIXTY WELL BROKE
MULES, from 11} to io' hands high. Sold
_?at prices to suit timos and purchasers.
??.i, be seen at Mr. Charles Logan's Lot.
Feb 12 WM. s. TALBOTT.
Wanted to Purchase for Cash.
4 SET or PARLOR FURNITURE. Must bo ia
c\_ good order. Apply immediately, in person
>r through Post Oftico, at Room 14,
Feb 12 3 NICKERSON HOUSE.
ON YESTERDAY, 2 DOOS,
VT ?v'y-^the properly of tho subscri- V
fg?22gbcr, were lost. Ono is a large_
?ellow dog, with a white ring around his neck, and
answers to tho namo of "Hard Times," Tho other
s a white bull dog, with a black spot over each
.ve, one on tail, medium size, and answers to tho
lama of "Guess." A liberal roward paid, ifde
ivcred to mo, at tho Market House.
Feb 121? PETER SURGEONFR.
LAGER BEER, containing copperas, and Alo
doctored with salt, limo and alum, aro among
ba latest adulterations discovered in New York.
I was astonished that brewers in New York and
?thor citios could afford to sell Alo and Beer fer
oss money than tho matorinls cost mo to make a
>uro, unadulterated barrel of Beer. This mys
ory has been solved; J lie above poisonous ingrc
lionts aro not costly; but persons in tho primo of
ifo, possessing strong constitutions, will soon
ind their hoalth fast declining, and it may be,
ill premature graves, :f they persist in using tho
loisouous compounds named. 1 shall continuo to
iiake. not a life-destroying, but a healthful bovc
ago, so that it may be drank by tho most dalicab
vitlimit tho least danger.
Feb 12 JOHN C. SEEGERS.