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WAISI?INGTON, March 36.-lu an absolutely
authenticated interview between Grant and
tho Mississippi delegation, urging Grant's
assistance in passing tho pending hill, Grant
doubted whether the bill will restoro peace
to Mississippi. He favors the appointments
by the military Go vernor, with a resumption
of the Constitution; and'? Special vote on
the objectionable features, socio of which
he says probably would, and perhaps should,
Mr. Johnson's physician left for Green?
ville to-day, in respouso to a despatch an?
nouncing Mr. Johnson's dangerous sickness.
Young's wives bavo reached Chicago.
The Governor of Now Jersey, in his mes?
sage, argues against tho ratification of tho
fifteenth amendment, Rhode Isl.uni bas
postponed actiou. Indiana returns oppo?
nents in the special elections.
Secretary Rout well wants legislation for
the redistribution of the national currency.
In the Senate, to-dry, Hamilton, of Ma?
ryland, was seated.
In the Senate, Price introduced a bill re?
storing a Republican Government to Geor?
gia, when. the motion to consider it was
nailed-40 to 15. A bill providing for the
redistribution and issue of an additional
50,000,000 of national currency was con?
sidered, without action. Amendments to
the National Junction Railroad, connecting
the Northern and Southern roads around
Washington, wore adopted, aud it goes to
the President. Adjourned.
In the House, a joint resolution restor?
ing the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims
to cases of citizens of the loyal States for
vessels impressed during the wor, passed
80 to 87. Upson replaces Poland on tho
Reconstrnption Committee. A bill restoring
a Republican Government to Georgia, was
introdnced and referred to the Reconstruc?
tion Committee; it re-assembles the original
Legislature and imposes the test oath as a
qualification; and declares tho expulsion of
the colored members void. The Mississippi
matter was resumod, but laid asido for the
tenure of office bill, which, after a strong
debate, was referred to the Judiciary-95 to
79-only two Democrats votiug nay. Ad?
Customs receipts for the week ending the
The President has nominated Edward L.
Plumb, Consul-General at Havana; Julia P.
Wolfolk, postmistress at Jackson. Tennes?
see; and quite a number of Northern nomi?
CHARLESTON, March 25.-Arrived-brig
Cecelia, Liverpool; schoouers John E.
Daily and A. E. Glover, Boston; schooner
Ranger, Porto Rico. Sailed-schooner
Sunbeam, Knut an; steamer Magnolia, New
FINANCIAL AND COMMBHCIAL.
COLUMBIA, March 25.-Sales of cotton to?
day about 100 bales-middlings 26J-4.
NEW YOBK, March 25-Noon.-Stocks
steady and dull. Money steady, at 7. Ex?
chango 83?, Gold 3OB'. Flour 5@10c.
better. Low grades wheat quiet and un?
changed. Corn unchanged. Pork firmer
new 31.75. Cotton steady, at 28??@29.
7 P. M.-Governments very firm. South?
ern seourities fimer-Georgia's 8I ?-0 ; North
Carolina's Gl}?. Cotton firm; sales 4,100
bales, at 28%(0)29. Flour-low grades very
scarce; superfine State 5.65(2)6.00; common
to fair extra Southern firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat
and corn quiet and unchanged. Pork
firmer-new 31.75^31.87^; old 31.00(3
31.25. Lard unchanged. Whiskey 95.
Rice firm-Carolina 8%@9)ti. Sugar firm.
Freights drooping. Money closed with in?
creased stringency, nt 7. Gold, with com?
missions, in some cases as high as 1,'. Gold
quiet, at 31??.
BALTIMORE:, March 25.-Cotton quiet, at
28}4- Flour wheat and corn firmer. Bacon
CINCINNATI, March 25.-Whiskey 91.
Pork 32.00. Bacon dull aud unchanged.
Lard firm, at 18' f.
AUGUSTA, March 25.-Cotton market
firm; sales 440 bales; receipts 235-mid?
SAVANNAH, March 25.-Cotton firm and
in good demand-middlings 273., ; sales
CHARLESTON, March 25.-Cotton quiet;
sellers too stiff for bnyers; sales 1C0 bales
middlings 27% ; receipts 240.
LrvBRPOOij, March 25-3 P. M.-Cotton
not quite so activo as this morning, but
prices unchanged-uplands afloat ; sales
of the week 63,000 bales. No market to?
morrow. Yarns and fabrics at Manchester
firmer and prices better. Stock afloat
417,000 bales, whereof American is 100,000
LIVERPOOL, March 25-Evening.-Cotton
closed-uplands 12}?Qt\l2l t ; Orleans 12>?@
12V.?. Sales 15,000 bab's.
MORE BURNING.-Wo learn that tho resi?
dence of T. H. Harllec, Esq., near, Mars'
Bluff, was destroyed by firo on Sunday
morning, tho 21st, nt 2 A. M. Mr. Harlleo
lost everything, having bad barely time to
save his family. No insurance.
1 Darlington Democrat.
R. B. Elliott, (colored,) Representative
from Barnwell County, bas been appointed
by the Oovornor Assistant Adjutant-General
of the militia, under tho Act to organize
and govern the militia.
A bonzinist in Terra Haute tried to climb
a fenco into his yard, thc other night, but
by mistako clambcrod over tho well-curb
and tumbled down sixty feet, where he wa9
found in about a week.
; SOUTHKBN SECURITIES IN N*W YORK. --
The Herald, of Monday, in its financial re- '
Southern securities were without impor- ;
? tant feature or change during the week, '
prices closing on Saturday as follows: Vir?
ginia., ex-coupon, 5?>4~(?)5'7; do., paw, 61(a)
KM i do., registered sioek,-5O0fjO>?; do., i
Sfcg?stered, 1866, 63@54; do., registered, I
4067, 51@51^; Georgia sixes, 81(rf82; do.
sixes, small, 75(a>80; do. sevens, 92i$ ; do.
sevens, interest payable in Georgia, 88(a)90; '
North Carolina, ex-ooupon, 62,t^@C2^; I
do., new, 58^i@58%; Louisiana sixes, 71@ :
72>.,'; do. levee sixes, 68(?j68%; do. do.
eights. 85@87; Alabama eights, i)8@99; do. :
fives, 67(o>69; do. sixes, sterling, 92; South
Carolina Bixes, 71(2)72; do., new, 70@71;
do., registered stock, 62@65; city of Mom
phis sixes, 51'4@52; do. Atlanta eights, 1
80@82; do. Savannah sovens, 92(a)93; do. I
Now Orleans consols, 78(?|80; do. do., i
issued to ruilroads, 68@70; Memphis and
Charleston, first mortgage, 88@90; do., I
second mortgage, 76@77; do. stock, 17(3)
48; Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
THE MAYORALTY-THE MANDAMUS QUASHED j
-DECISION OF JUDO'S CARPENTER.-In the
State Court, yesterday, Hon. R. B. Carp* i
terread his opinion in the case of the Stute
ex rel. Gilbert Pillsbury et al., rs. the Acting
Mayor and Aldermen of tho city of Charles- !
ton. By the opinion, his Honor sustains
the position taken by thc counsel for the j
respondents, namely, that Mandamus will
not lie against an officer de facto to compel
him to surrender his office, and that the
proper remedy would be by Quo Warranta.
Some excitement was created in the ranks
of the cosmopolitan louugers about the
Court House, when tho nows reached them,
but no serious demonstration that we could
learn of, to^lr place. Judge Carpenter has
ordered thc Mandamus to be quashed, and
to-day the argument on the Quo Warranta
will take place, which will involve the ques?
tion as to the constitutionality of the Vali?
dating Act.- Charleston Courier, 2bth.
NORTHERNERS COMINO SOUTH.-The Au?
gusta Chronicle and Sentinel says:
. "On the steamer Charleston, which left
New York Thursday for tho city of Charles?
ton, wc learn by telegraph, was a largo
number of Northern people coming to seek
homes in Georgia, South Carolina and Flo?
rida. Let them, and just as many more as
will come. For Georgia, we tender them a
cordial welcome, and feel assured that if
I they come to this State they will have no
cause to repent thoir choice. In any sec?
tion that they may choose to locate, whether
they come as emigrants to labor, oras inva?
lids in search of health, they will find an
abundance of fiuo land at fabulously low
prices, and be received with that kindness ,
and hospitality for which thc Empire State
of the South has been so long noted."
To which we respond yea and umen.
FASTIN MASSACHUSETTS.-The Governor
of Massachusetts has ordered a fast. Well
maybe do so. The united delegation in
Congress from that State have pursued their
fellow-citizens of the South with punish?
ments and disabilities which have seriously
impaired those resources which have done
so much in times past for the wealth of
Massachusetts. Her shippers are groaning
and her interests suffering, and she may
well clothe herself iu sack-cloth and ashes.
An aged Jewish couple, Isaac Hecbt and
Nettie Hecbt, at Lotchnan, in Westphalia,
celebrated, on tho 8th of February, tho rare
festival of a diamond wedding. They had
been married seventy-five years ago, and
wero both in full possession of their facul?
ties. The population of the town ovei
whelined thom ou that memorable day with
remarks of kindness and respect.
The mj-stery of Greeley's white coat is
dispelled. Ho says that ho bought it
twenty-five years ago at a co-operation store
"LET US HAVE PEACE."-The Talladega
Watchtower, assuming that we have got it,
culls it the "peace that passet h all under?
QWEDES IRON, IA, IL 2, 2}. 3, 5, 6, 7, io In.
O Ban?! Iron, English Iron, Hoop Iron,
2,000 Hoes, of all kinds,
200 Taira Traco Chains.
March ? FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, March 20, 18U0.
rilli IS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED, lor the
I transaction of business, until tho 1st of
ABRIL next, in order that tho Clerk may com?
plete his annual reports.
March 21 10 J. S. MoMAHON, City Clerk.
PA BBLS. PINK-EYE PLANTING ROTATES,
zJ\J just received and for sale by
.lan 14 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Ale and Porter.
Kf\ DOZ. Muir A Son's Edinburg ALE, SO Doz.
?JU Guinness A Son's Dublin Porter, recoived
and for sale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Spring Seed Oats.
f*f\f\ BUSHELS Prime North Carolina ami I
UV /V / Mai viand SEED OATS, for sale by
Feb 19 E. & Q. D. HOPE.
Smoked Fish, Etc.
SMOKED SALMON and Halibut, Pickled Trout,
Salmon, Mackerel, Pigs' Feet, etc.,
Mixed Pickles, by tho gallon, half the price of
bottled Pickles. foTHale by GEO. SYMMER8.
fr f\ BOXES GOSHEN CHEESE, Tor sale bv
p)\ J Feb 14 E. St G I). HOPE.
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING mado arrangements with Wm. Glazo
A Co., for the inav.ifaeturo and exclusive sale
of this justly celebrated PLOW, wo aro prepared
to offer them to tho country on good terms. Good
tools will always be found a ^ood investment.
Feb 2H FISHER, LOWRANCE Si FISHER.
Flour has Declined !
COUNTRY FLOUR $6.50 to 15.75 por bag,
Western Flour $3.75 to $7.00 ?. "
March C FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
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SOUTH Q AROLLN A.
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INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Ui posit? of fl ?nd Upwards lite rived.
MKCILVNICd, Laborers, Clerks, Plantera, Pro?
fessional Men and Trust00? can deposit their
Funda and receive interest compounded every six
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, President.
Cor,. J. B. PALM Kit. Vice-President.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assietant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may send mont y by
C. F. JACKSON'S
Larg?! and Cl?nico Stock of
Spring Dress Goods!
rpOGETHEU with MUSLINS ivnd PRINTS, uow
opened and ready for sale, at '.ow prici-s.
A Splendid Stock of RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS,
Buttons, Lao?) Collara, Veils, Gloves, Ties, Fans
and liosicrv. March 21
R. C. SHIVER'S.
WE keep from tina time forward, ''Chelly's
Freuen Kid Olores," thc boat Glove im
THOMPSON'S Glove Pitting Corset, "tm
greatest favorite with the Ladies.'"
ALL of Thompson's and Bradley's popular styles
of lioop Skirts.
THE handsomest linc of imported DRES.S
GOODS over offered to Columbia buyers-so con?
coded by all who have soon them.
A most elegant collection of Silk Coverings,
Whit?, Llamu, Lace Points and Black, French
Lace Points, Shetland and Bergo Shawls, .Vc.
THE beat line of Domcatic Gooda wc have ever
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PLEASE remember that we guarantee every?
thing we sell in price and quality; that ia, we hold
ourselves responsible and bound to sell aa cheap
as auv house South, aud aro anxious for a large
trade' K. C. SIIIVBK.
Twenty-Sixth General Statement of The
Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New
York, for Year ending January 31, 1869.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of NewYork-Office, 144 and 146 Broadway.
(FOll DETAILED STATEMENT SEE ANNUAL RBPORT.)
Net Asset* February 1, 18CH.$22,862,452.14
Recoipts during the >oar,. 13,129,531.06
Disbursements ?luring tho year. .. 0,400,088. 10
Not Aaset*, January 31, I860.. . .$29,325,295.10
Invested as follows :
Cash.* 1,882 080.63
Bond? and Mortgages. 21,458,357.43
United States and New York State
Stocks, cost. 5,003,108.7."
Beal Estate. 951,807.08
Due from Agents. 29,332 21
Deterred premiums, si mi-annual
und quarterly,).* 1,330,070.92
Premiums principally l'or Policies is?
sued in December and January,
in course of transmission...... 358,500.07
Interost duo and unpaid,. 0,014.83
Interest accrued but not duo, on
Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages,. 245.C70.00
Market Value of Stocks in excess of
OrouAueU, January 31, 1860. .$31,834,388.70
Net Reserves, Co.'s Table, 4 pr. cont., 28,753,512.02
Ain't New Insurance for thc year,... $ 53,442,235
Number of Policies,. 17.331
Total Number of Policies in force
January 31, 1809, . 02.406
Amount insured thereby. 204,983,505
FREDERICK 8. WINSTON. President.
RlCUABD A. MCCUUO?, vice-President.
Sheppard Homans, Actuary; L. C. Lawton, As?
sistant Actuary; John M. Stuart, (Secretary; Frede?
rick Schroeder, Assistant Secretary; Minturn
Post, M. D., and Twmo L. Kip, M. D., Medical
Examiners; Wm. Betts, LL. D., Hon. Lucius
Rollinson, Hon. Henry E. Davies, Counsel.
March 17 GREGG, PALMER A CO.. Agents.
Great Combination-Work and Speed.
BY request of many owners of tho best
Stock, tho ecleberated Messenger Stal?
lion "DANVILLE," will season in Rich?
land County, this spring, vi/.: At thc
lavery Stables, formerly owned by William Hitch?
cock, on tho 4th, 0th and 0th of March, and at Mr.
W. U. Dowdy's, on the Woodward Plantation, in
the Fork, on the Otb, 10th and 11th of March, and
alternately at tho above places every nine days.
Terms reasooable. For particulars, apply at the
above places. Mar? li 2 Inn
Sugar and Cottee.
-| (\ II RDS. PORTO RICO SUGAR,
LU 50 bbls. Relined Sugar,
75 hags Rio Coffee, all grades,
15 hags Java ami Laguavra Coffee.
Fer salo low by K. ?V. O. I). HOPI".
rjr KITS No. I Bay and Shoal MACKEREL.
J t) CO Phis., Halves and Quarters, Noa. 1, 2 and
3, for sale by JE^.V G. I). HOPI'..
TUDRBURN'S HEEDS-full assortment. Tbeso
seeds haro been for nearly a century beforo
tho public, and requiro commendation from no
ono. For sate by GEO. SYMMEB8.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
A LA KO E supply of Tho rb ur n's GARDEN
?\_ HEEDS, wbjch nave givenTUniverBa} satisfac?
tion for tho past three years. JSor salo by . ?
BBLS. FLOUR Of all qualities, from
JU \J\J tn.QO per bbl. upwards, jost received and
for sale by_ _ J. A g R. AGNEW
GROSS Wine Bottles, for salo by
Fob 14 E. A G. D. HOPE.
New Orleans Syrup.
5BBLS. Choice Now Orleans SYRUF. for sale
v A G. D. HOPE^
?"T BBLS. NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY,
ZJ of superior qnalitv, on consignment and for
sale low. by tho barrel._E.jA G. D. HOPE.
DR? W. II. TCTT'S
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
VoRctablo Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dvo,
For sale bv E. E. JACKSON.
Feb 27 ly
FRESH COUNTRY AND MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
Pink-Eve and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fine Goshen CHEESE,
At G. DIERCKS,
.Tan 2S At the Sign of th? Watch.
pr f \ BARRELS Becker's Bolt-Raising FLOUR,
O\J just received and for salo IJW, bv tho bar?
rel and at retail, by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
TWO lino BILLIARD TABLES,,
in complete order, Marble and j
Slate Bedding, with Balls, Cues
and Counters included. Sharp A
Griffith's make. WiU be sold low. Call at
Dec 13 G. DIERCK S
Gibbes & Thomas. Real Estate Agents,
Columbia, S. C.,
OFFER their services to the public as GE?
NERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and Bell
'i.ands, and other property, on commission. No
chart;' s until sales are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
.Tau 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Purifies the Blood.
For Hu lt- by. r>nijr?rl"t< l'vcry-?vl?ore.
New Books lor Sale at livy an & Mc Carter's.
THE CHAPLET OF PEARLS, bv author of Heir
Chst Up by the Sta. by Sir Samuel Baker-75c.
How a Bride was Won. Illustrated.
Above Rubies, by Miss Brightwell-il.50.
Jesna of Nazareth, His Life Ac., with descrip?
tion of the Palestine, illustrated, by Abbott.
Dilke's English Speaking Countries-$1.00.
Tales of Heroes, from English History-$1.50.
Some New Novels. London Juvenile.
Books Cheap and beautiful, Ac.
New styles of Silver and Gold Pens. Feb 20
?-* SMOKED and Pickled SALMON,
z^m Smoked Hallibut, White Fish, Cod
JMB and Blue Fish,
Bill _ H Dutch Herrings, Pickled Sardines,
lill11 'I'I'I Hb Swiss, English Dairy, Goshen Chccso
Fishs' Hams, Breakfast Strips, Mackerel,
Solf-Baising Flour, Pecan Nuts, Almonds,
Raisins. Preserves, Currants, Prunes, Ac,
Holland Gin, French Brandy, Madeira Wino,
Sherry Wine, Rhino Wine, Candies, assorted,
Fancy Soaps, Crackers, assorted, Pipes, Segars,
Tobacco, Walking Canes, Ac.
Low for cash, at G. DIERCKS.
JgYERYBODY who has use for a PUMP should
MORRELLS FIRE ENG?NE,
DEEP WELL, aud
Send for i circular.
TOOLE A HUNT,
Jan 13 (imo Baltimore, Maryland.
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Globe Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
C^IASH ASSETS JANUARY 1, 18G0, $1,171,000.
J INCORPORATED 1864
Has been in operation but four years, during
which time it hus assured a large" amount than
any Company in tho United States, during a cor?
responding period of existence. Ono of tho chief
causes of its organization, was tho forfeiture by
several Northern Companies of tho policies of
Southerners, during the war. Thc leading officers
of this Company protested against thia injustice,
and on its consummation, withdrew and orga?
nized tho "GLOBE MUTUAL," on principles moro
liberal and just than those yet adopted by any
other Insurance Company, lu the event of death
In battle or m a duel, tim equitable vain?' of the
policy will be retui ned to tho heirs. ALL other
Companies forfait it. In ease of suicide, tho
FULL Policy is paid. No restriction on travel.
This Company has, in its guarantee fund of
$500,000, an element of strength possessed by no
other Company. It offers tho entirely new feature
of Probability Endowment, which ,;?VCH the
largost possiblo sum lor thc premium paid. No
other Company posse-sea this feature. Insures
children of any age. In the moderation of its
premium rates, in the variety of its tables, in its
dividends and in tho security offered insurers, it
invites comparison with any other Company.
JOHN C. HASKELL, State Ag t, Culumbiu, S. C.
Tror. JOHN T. DAUBY, Medical Examiner.
Gen. H. B. BCCKSEK, Southern Manager.
Agents wanted throughout the State.
Jan 80 3'?o?
y Grocery Sugars ami Kew Crop Molasses.
. W. Y. LEITCH & B. 8. BRUNS, AUCTIONEEES.
WE will sell, by auction, T0-MORB0W, the 27th
instaut, at ll o'clock, at Accommod?t ion Wharf,
CARGO per Bohr. "Mary A. Holt," from Matan?
za?, aa follows:
48HHD3. "San Sobaatian" 1 Good,
12 " "Confianza" | Choioe and
50 " "Recurso" Extra
75 Boxes "Dos Felices" J Grocery (Sugars.
C9 Hhda. Cindee New Crop Muscovado Molasses,
6 Tierces " " " " "
8!) Hhda. ** " Clayed "
14 Tierces M ?? .? ??
40 Hhds. V *' Centrifugal "
RISLEY A CREIGHTON, Importers,
March 2?; 1 _Charleston, S. O.
Valuable Jieal Estate at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
BY direction of tho Assipnoo of Evans A Cogs
woll, wo will offer for Hale, at public auction, on
MONDAY, April 5, 1860, at 10 o'clock, in front of
tho Court House, iti the city of Columbia :
All that PLANTATION or tract of LAND, situ?
ated in Richland County, near the city of Colum?
bia, containing 116 acres, more or less, and
bounded on the North-west by lands now or late
of Major Thomas Davis; on the North-east by
landa now or late of N. Ramsay; on tho South?
east by lands now or late of -Barah, and on
thc South-west by landa now or late of Samnel G.
Henry; (as bv a plat of snid land made and certi?
fied hy G. T. Mason. D. 8., September 26, 1863,
will more fully appear.)
TRUMS OK SALE-Ono-Lalf cash; balanco on a
credit of one and two yoars, secured by a bond of
purchaser bearing interest at the rate of seven
Eer cent, per annum from the ?Jay of sale, p?ya?
lo annually, and mortgage of premises, Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and st amps. March 13
fin HE Commissioner of Agriculture, in his report
JL for the year 1805, speaks aa follows:
' Tlit i " can be no doubt of the general adulte?
ration of all malt liquors. In England and other
countries, where heavy penalties are imposed, and
an increasing vigilance practiced to detect and
punish euch frauds, by a system of inspection of
all malt liquors manufactured beforo exposed to
sale, tho practico is very common. How much
more in this country, where there are no laws on
the subject, and no officer tocarefully analyze the
products of tho brewery? Some years ago, Pro
fceaor Mapca, of Now York, analyzed tho beor
from a dozen different breweries, and all were
found adulterated with noxious substances. It is
said that the salo of drugs to brewers, is a profit?
able part of thc trade. This is porfectly infamous.
Cocculus indicus, (fish-berry,) nux v?mica, (dog
button, from which strychnine is obtained,) are
some of the delectable substances found in beert
These are potent poisons, and the brewer found
using them should be drowned at once in one of
his own vats. Tho British Parliament passed a
law to prevent this nefarious business. The fol?
lowing is an extract: 'No druggist, vendor of or
dealer in drugs, or chemist, or any other person,
shall sell or deliver to any licensed brewer, dealer
in or retailer of beor, knowing them to bo such,
or shall sell or deliver to any person on account
of, or in trust for, any auch brewer, dealer, or re?
tailer, any liquor called by the name of or sold for
coloring, from whatev-. material the same may
he made; or anv material or preparation other
than unground Brown malt, for the darkening the
color ot worts or beer, or any molasses, vitriol,
honey, quassia, cocculus indicus, grains of para?
dise, Guinea pepper, or opium, or any extract or
preparation of molasses, or any article or prepa?
ration to he nsed in worts or beer for or as a sub?
stitute for malt or bops; and if any druggist shall
offend in any of these particulars, such prepara?
tion, Ac, shall be forfeited, and may be seized by
any officer of excise, and the person so offending
shall forfeit jive hundred pounds.'
"Dndor this law, very many druggists and brew?
ers were brought to grief, and yet tho practice
continues. Unless tho American publio are ready
to admit tho immaculate purity and innocence of
American brewers, they must'be content, while
drinking their beer, to cherish the belief that they
are at the same timo guzzling some narcotic poi?
son or damaging medicine. In view of tho unpre?
cedented growth of tho barley crop; of the great
increase of the number of maltsters and brewers;
of the vast unknown quantities of beor that aro
druuk in every city and almost every town on the
continent; it is the dictate of sound wisdom, that
thc attention of legislators should be called to
the snbject of the adulteration of our malt liquors,
and severe penalties should be inflicted as a pre?
P. 8.-Judge for yourself! My Beor is pure.
March 18 C. BEEPERS.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
-VRE RECEIVING THE LARGEST AN?
beat selected stock of the above gooda ever
brought to this city, bought low tor caah. and
will bc sold at a small advance
In CLOTHING, we have everything from planta?
tion wear to tine French Casaimero-all equally
In HATS, all the new Spriug etyioa, Alpine, Vo
locipedc, General Prim, Mid new style Silk Hats.
Country dealers would d > well to examine our
stock before going further.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
PARTIES wanting THRESHING MACHINES,
REAPERS, Ac, will do well to make thoir
orders and inquiries at once. Prices from 150 to
f500, at Factorv.
Mareil ll FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Hams-Fresh to Hand.
TIERCES -'Orango" Brand HAMS, incompara?
bly the finest in America,
Tierces "Davin Jr." Diamond Hums, highly re?
commended. For sale low hy
Marchs GEOROE SYMMERH.
BUSHELS PINDER8 or PEANUTS, for
sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.