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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Sunday Morning, Ajpril 4, 1889.
Urliz'H Experimental *^*rna ^oflrnal.
Mr. Georige A. Deitz has at Ojjpmbe?^?
burg, in Pennsylvania, a^Sarge experimented
farm, the cultivation of\b?ch hr/T)asc?r-'
ried on for six years past. He has devoted
himself to the. study of cereals and grasses,
with a view to improving the quality of
seeds, introducing new -varieties, ascertain?
ing their adaptation to different soils and
climates, and the modes of treating them
by manure and tillage. He bas now issued
tho first number o? a journal with the titlo
which we have given at the head of this
paragraph. It contains several interesting
articles. There is an article on the ramio
or Ubina grass, a new textile substance of
great value, which might be cultivated in
the Southern States. It is a sort of nettle,
with a Abre of great strength, capable of
very minute divinion. The periodical be?
fore us says:
"It has beou used extensively in making
the beautiful and lustrous goods known ns
Japaneso silk. Within two years past,
several firms, especially Messrs. Wade &
Son, of Bradford, England, and others,
have succeeded by chemical means in bring?
ing the fibre into a state most resembling
the best mohair, or other bright worsted,
and have worked up great qnautitios of tho
refined material as a substitute for worsted
in many kinds of stiff goods; always, how?
ever, in combination with cotton-the warp
being cotton and the weft ramie-as they
have not yet been able to work it properly
alone. The manufacture of worsted goods
has become an immense trade, of which
Bradford hos at present al most a monopoly,
although tho manufacturo is extondiug into
many parts of England. Most of these
goods are of mixed material-that is, arc
made with cotton warps. For articles re?
quiring a stiff, strong and cool texture, com?
bined with a glossy, silky appearance, it is
found that the prepared ramio makes the
very best material.
"It is shown here that tho market value
of this new fibre is very high, and that
there is always a great demand for the raw
material, and each year tho demand will
increase. Here, then, isa great and rapidly
increasing market for a certain vegetable
production at a very high price. With our
great bleaching prooesses and flax-breaking
machinery, in which the ramie can be
broken und bleached and propared in thc
best stylo for shipment, it will pay Southern
planters bettor than any special crop that
they can miso. In the South, there aro
vast tracts of couutry which are in the same
latitude, and have nearly the same climate
as those districts of China wherein the grass
is native. We. should be able to grow this
fibre to great nd vantage Why not, then,
introduce its culture to as largo extent ns
possible? Enterrisinpg plantersaud farmers
throughout the South should give tb?
plant their attention at once. The day is
not distant when manufacturers in this
country will tako hold of it to manufacture
such worsted and mixed silk goods as arc
manufactured in England. In the mean
time there is a market in England for all wc
crin conveniently grow, and planters cai
experiment with tho need, having in viev
the market price of tho raw material. Seve?
ral experiments have been lately made ii
some of tho-Southern States which demon
strates that it can be grown as far North ai
the Potomac River."
WKAK?NINQ OK QUANT.-Tho New Yorl
Herald is in the doldrums. Speaking o
the President-General and the Senate, i
"He hn.s a political army at his back larg
enough to get him out of this wilderness, i
he lins tho bruins to handle the force offeree
to him. Tho prospects aro that, with these
he may wrest the usurped power from th
Senate. Should he fail to avuil himself o
this opportunity and give tho Senate mor
vantage ground, they will conquer, aud th
next four years will give us political change
such as we have shown ourselves powerles
Hitherto, tho Herald has been copious i
its praise of Grunt's brains and strategy
Tho abovo extract looks liko doubt, hosit;
lion and despair.
Mit. EDITOR: I notice in your issue c
yesterday that Master Ferdinand Corri wi
give a concert ou Tuesday evening next, i
Janney's Hull. I trust the littlo artist w:
be cordially received, and that ho may 1
encouraged in his efforts by tho appreei
tion of tho citizens of Columbia. Ho is
violinist of wonderful ability, and is prob
bly the finest of his ago in tho Unit
States. I understand bo will play t
"Witches' Dance," by Paganini, and thc
who hovo a knowledge of music will
satisfied by this alono that he is a violin
of no ordinary attainment. Able musicin
havo heard and criticised his playing, ai
all havo concurred in pronouncing him
genius. Mr. Koepper, our favorite prof
sor, and others, will assist him, and I fi
assured that all who patronize him will
delighted with his entertainment.
Thc daily evening train out of Washii
ton is now generally known as the "swo
ing train," from tho numbor of homewa:
bound office-seekers who, not being frier
of the Grant family, and having neglecl
to contribute to the gift enterprise, endear
to relieve their disappointment and \
tedium of the forlorn journey by profon
interchanges of profanity.
Vki tt?w Tenure of O Ace Lin,
?The folio wing is the noir law:
"Be ii*enacted, ?ic. That the*first and
second sections of an Act entitled .'An Act
regulating tho tonare of curtain civil offices,
passed March 2, 1867, fte, and the same are
hereby, repealed, and in lion of said repeal?
ed sections, the fellowing are hereby on acted:
' "That every person'holding,any civil of?
fice to which he has been, or hereafter may
be, appointed by and with tho advice und
consent of the Senate, and who shall have
become duly qualified to act therein, shall
be entitled to hold such office during the
term for which he shall have been appointed,
unless sooner romoved, by and with thc ad?
vice and consent of tho Sonate, or bv tho
appointment, with the Uko advice and cou?
sent, of a successor in his place, except as
herein otherwise provided.
"SEO. 2. And be it further enacted. That
during any recess of the Senate, the Presi?
dent is hereby empowered, in his discrotiou,
to suspend any civil officer appointed by
and with the advice and cousent of the Se?
nate, except Judges of the United States
Courts, until tho end of the next session of
tho Senate, and to designate some suitable
person, subject to be removed, in his dis?
crotiou, by the designation of another, to
perform the duties of such suspended
officer in the meantime; and such person HO
designated shall tako the oaths and* give the
bonds required by law to be taken and
given by tho suspeuded officer, and shall,
during tho time he performs his duties, be
eutitled to the salary and emolnmouts of
such officer suspended; and it shall bo the
duty of thc President, within thirty days
after tho commencement of every session
of tho Senate, (except for any office which,
in bis opinion, ought not to bo filled,) to
nominate persons to fill all vacancies iu
offices which existed at tho mooting of tho
Senate, whether temporarily filled or not;;
and also in the place of all officers sus- !
pended. And if the Senate, during such I
session, shall refuse to advise aud consent
to an appointment in the placo of any sus?
pended officer, then, and not otherwise, tho
President shall nominate another person, as
soon as practicable, to said session of tho
Senate for said office."
This law is substantially a triumph for
Geu. Grant. As the National Intelligencer
says, "Practically, under this bill, the king
gets his own again. Tho ill-gotten plunder
is restored. The aristocratic body makes
restitution, but it is all extorted; it is not a
case of conscience, or tho graceful amende
of gcutlemeu happy to repair a wrong. Wc
hail what in substance a triumph for tho
just bulauce and equipoise of the Constitu?
tion. It is a great thing for the people to
have a President again in tho country. He
has had small power heretofore. Wo do
not wonder that the leading Democrats of
tho House aud some of the most respectable
Republicans woro unwilling to accept this
bill. It is not a fair, open, honest repeal
of tho infamous tenure of office law, as the
House first proposed and tho country had
demanded and expected, lt is just such a
tortuous, indirect, indecent contrivance as
might bo expected from a sot of radical
trickster lawyers, who had no regard for the
Constitution; no concern for the public ser?
vice, and no respect for public opinion. It
is a mean, shabby way of repealing tho civil
tenure bill-au ungraceful surrender by tho
Senate of ill-gotten and ill-used power."
Commenting on tho passage of the bill,
the New York Herald says:
"General Grant ought to veto this bill
and tako his stand for a clean repeal of this
tenure of office law. Now is the time to
bring the two Houses to his own terms.
Under tho yielding policy the moro he
yields tho more they will demand; but by a
simple veto of this bill, with his reasons
tersely stated, he will ut once become mas?
ter of the situation. We apprehend, how?
ever, that his amiable disposition will pre?
vail in this case, and thus give up a line
opportunity to establish his positiou on the
old ground for the sake of peace."
DEATH or A VALUABLE CITIZEN*.-Mr.
William Downs Byrd, au old and prominent
citizen of this District, died nt his resi?
dence, on tho Enoreo River, on Wednesday
morning last, after a brief illness. Ho was
ono of tho purest men that ever lived iu
Laureus. Ho leaves a family aud mauy
friends to mourn their loss.
1 Lanrensville Herald.
"That Gough will Kill you!"
Try ..tosTAll'S" Cough Remedy.
"Colds anil IIoari<i iiet.a lead to death,"
Try "COSTAR'S" Coughltenudy.
.'For Croups- Whooping Coughs, Ac.,"
Try "t'OSTAK'S" Cougii Itemed>*.
"Costar saj H it is the best in tho wide world -
And if he say's so-its True-its True-its True;
ami wo say Try it -Try it-Try it."
[Morning Paper, August 2t?.
oa~ AU Druggists in COLUMBIA ?eli it.
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms.
One Bottle, tl.OO-Threo for $2.00.
]Bnol?. tTtLorn Sr've!
"COSTAB'd" Rat, Bosch, Ac, Exterminators.
"OOSTAB'B" Bid-Bug Exterminators.
"COSTAB'S" (only puro) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Bemedies known."
"18 years established in Now York."
"2,000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
"Ill Beware ! 11 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in COLUMBIA sell them."
Address "COSTAR," 10 Crosby street. N. Y.
Sold in Columbia, 9. C.. by E. E. JACKSON.
? April 4 [dec 22] ly
Recent information from Culm states that
the control of Ino city of Havana bas en?
tirely passed into the hands of tho Spanish
volunteers, and that Oaptain-Oenersl Dulce
does not attempt to interfere with their au?
thority. They are represented as ruling tho
life and property of unt-ffending citizens
without fear of punishment.
A respect able-looking man was arrested
in Hoboken recently, for hairing in his pos?
session various articles of value, such ns u
pocket compass, silver watch, pistol, Bilver
plated ware, jewelry, bottles of liquor, Sic.
He stated that ho lind obtained them by
searching the sewers of Now York; ami he
was allowed to go.
Advices from Cuba, from patriot sources,
state that C?spedes has replied to Dulce's
declaration of war to the knife by a decree
that all persona taken hereafter, exoept re?
gular Spanish soldiers, uro to be immediately
put to death.
ANOTHER KEROSENE HORROR.-The upset?
ting of a kerosene lamp in the houso of
Henry Stoddard, at Vernon, Vermont, on
Saturday, caused the death of Mrs.
Stoddard, nnd the total destruction of the
houso and barns by tire.
Tho preparations for tho monster musical
festival, to be held in Boston in tho mouth
of June, arc already far advanced, and con?
tributions of money ore being made on the
most liberal scale.
A man named Evans cut. the throat of
James Hickox at Co?ter Hill, Connecticut,
Monday moruiug. The murderer was ar?
rested, and said he killed Hickox for crimi?
nal intimacy with his wife.
The Richmond and Danville and the
York River railroads have boen consoli?
dated, nud Col. A. S. Buford elected Presi?
dent of tho entire line.
One white and throe colored prisoners
succeeded in escaping from Orangeburg jail
ou Thursday morning last.
The Twitehell murder caso was before the
Supremo Court of tho United States yester?
day. A writ of error was granted.
Burns' only surviving son is now living iu
Cheltenham, at the advanced age of .seventy
A white man, named William Lee, was
drowned in the Savannah Rivor, opposite
Augusta, on Saturdny last.
Meeting Board of Trade.
THE REGULA? MONTHLY meeting of Colum?
bia Hoard of Trade will be hold TO-MORROW
(Monday) EVENING, at 71 o'clock, at Carolina
Hall. R. O'NE?LE, Ju., Secretary.
April 1 _ 1
Corn! Corn!! Corn'.!!
2AAA BUSHELS PRIME WH1 TE TF.N
AJV/IJ NESSEE COHN, on hand and to
arrive, for sale at lowest market prices by car
load and at rntail. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Butter ! Butter ! !
C1HOICE GOSHEN BUTTER, just received ami
J for salo by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Corn, Bacon and Flour.
2AAA BUSHELS CORN.
.UV/U 20,000 POUNDS BACON.
And other goods as LOW as they CAN BE
April 3 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Furniture and Undertaking.
Ill IE undersigned having a linc HEARSE, wit]
. a supply of COFFINS always on hand, an.
thc very best of material, will attend promptly t
all calls in tho undertaking line, and is confiden
that ho will give satisfaction. "''flnflM
lias, also, a largo assortment <>)SB
FURNITURE, which will be sold at?^*^^|
reasonable rates. JEROME FAGAN,
Main street, second door from Washington.
April 1 8mo
State of South Carolina.
COLUMBIA, April 3, 18G1>.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at th
omeo, until thc 15th instant., "For the littin
up of certain portions of the State Houso," i
accordance with tho provisions of a Joint Resoh
tion of tho General Assembly, approved March li
loi".'*. Specifications for tho work can be exam i m
at thi.. r.ftice. ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor
April 4 46
fdr loutit Carolina Republican cony until dat
and Charleston Courier copy tri-weokly till 15th.
Broker, Auctioneer and Commission Agen
So. 25 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C.,
WILL BUY and sell REAL ESTATE, BOND
STOCKS, BANK BILLS, Ac.
REFERENCES.-Ex-Gov. B. F. Ferry, Oreenvill
S. C.; Charles T. Lowndes, Charleston, S. C.; L
sesne A Mills, Charleston, S. C.; W. W. Taylc
Baltimore, Md.; Maj. C. H. Suber, Newberry,
C.; Gen. T. M. Logan, Richmond, Va.; Hon. 3.
Campbell, W. B. Smith A Co., Crane, Boylston
Co., Politer, Rodgers ?v Co., Pressley, Lord A I
gh-sby, J. H. Wilson, Charleston, S. C.
April I Jlnic
Richland County---In Equity.
W. Hutson Wigg, Successor, vs. Sarah Cosl
Surviving Executrix, et ol.-Hill to Forech
IT appearing that SARAH COSBY, ono of t
Defendants in tho above stated case, ia absc
from, and without tho limits of the State; it is,
motion of 1). h. DeSanssnre, Complainant's Sc
citor, ordered, that tho said Defendant do plei
answer, or demur to tho above bill, within FOR'
DAYS Irom the publication hereof, and in defa
thereof, a decree pro confeaso bo entered agaii
her. D. B. MILLER, CC, F
Clerk's Ollico, Columbia, April 3, 18C0.
April 1 etd
Hannah D. Goldstein rs. Abraham Tr?ger a
g Esther Trager, his wife, ct al.-Bill for Fe
IT appearing that ABRAHAM TRAGER I
ESTHER TR?GER, his wife, two of tho 3
fendants in tho abovo slated case, resido boye
tho limits of tho State; it ia, on motion of Mest
Talley, Bachman A Waties, Complainant's S
citors, ordered, that the said Defendants do plo
answer, or demur to the abovo statod bill, wit
FORTY DAYS from the publicition hereof; anc
default thorcof, that an ordor pro confesso bo
tered against them. D. B. MILLER, C. C. 1
Clerk's Office, Columbia, April 3, 18C9.
April 4_u etd
MRS. M. A. FLANIGAN, (formorlv M?SB Sa
dors,) has secured rooms on Main stn
ovor Hoiso's Confectionery, and will resume
business of DRESS-MAKING. Her former
trons, and tho public in general, are invited
osll. All orders faithfully and punctually at tr
ed to. . April 3
"?C o o ?t 1 Ito m s .
"Mr. A. Smythe Ima favored us with copies
of late'New York,''Washington and Rich
mo papers, Jor which he will accept our
thanks. .ir S
The attention of. capitalists is invited to
the advertisements of extensive sales of
valuable real estate, to-morrow morning.
This property is bound to increase in value,
and no investment can bo moro secure.
Dr. T. T. Moore announces that he will
once moro com meneo operations in tho
dental line. Ho baa been burnt out seve?
ral times, but undaunted by misfortune,
will rush once more into thc breach-made
by decay in the ivories of human beings
and retain them iu position; or if necessary
make a breach, and fill it again with au
imitator warranted not to decay. Dr. Moore'?
rooms are over Bryan & McCurter's store,
on Main street.
Lieut. Alexander, of thc 8th United
States Infantry, who was stationed in Co?
lumbia for a length of time, was killed by
ono of his own men Inst Monday night, al
Fort Macon. An alarm of fire was raised,
and Lieut. Alexander rushed out throng!
one of the sally-ports of the fort. The sen
tincl ou guard challenged him twice, bul
under the excitement, tho challenge was nol
heeded, aud tho sentry, thinking it was n
prisoner attempting to escape, fired. Tin
musket ball passed through the Lieutenant';
body, producing almost instant death, am
wounding an orderly, who was closely fol?
lowing him through the sally-port.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Trinity
Church-Row P. J. Sham!, Root or, 10.'.
A. M. and -?}.? P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Connell
Pastor, 10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. Wm
Martin, ?O'.? A. M. ; Rov. W. W. Mood, 4?.
Marion Street Church-Rev. W. W
Mood, IO1.; A. M. ; Rev. W. Martin, 3?? P. M
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A. R
Rude 10.? ii A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E. Bogga
lO'.s A. M. and 7'.. P. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynolds
io; J A. M.
THE AGRICULTURAL CONVENTION.-Th
proposition for a convention to assemble ii
Columbia on the 28th, meets with genern
favor. Speaking of this mutter, th
Charleston News says:
"The Agricultural Convention, whicl
meets iu Columbia on the 28th inst., will
we hope, include representatives from ever
District in the State. In tho up-countr
tho proposition has beeu well received, an
we aro now able to announce that Charle.'
ton, Beaufort, Colleton and Georgetow
will bo represented.
"If tho attendance of delegates is a
general as we have reasou to expect that :
will bc, tho Conventiou will bo au imposin
and influential body, representing?tho ngr:
cultural and mechanical iuterests of th
whole State. For the first time since tb
close of tho war, the planters and farmei
of South Carolina will meet together 1
discuss the best rneaus of regulating labo
and of increasing tho fertility and prodn
tiveness or the soil, as well as to considi
whether any chango can advantageously 1
made in tho theory and practice of agrien
ture. Many subjects of importance will I
pressed upon their attention, and wo belie
that tho Convention will result, both direc
ly and indirectly, in much substantial goo
lu the Convention the voice of every Di
trict should bo heard-from Pickens
Horry, from Beaufort to York."
A correspondent writes:
MR. EDITOR: The courteous ofter of M
Wright, of tho Nickerson House, to nccoi
?n?date delegates to the Agricultural Co
vention at half fore, and tho uso of 1
largo hall, free of charge, for tho delibei
tious of tho body, deserve u fitting ackno
ledgment. It is nol often, in these days
greed and selfishness, that we find a host
such accommodating spirit. Mr. Wrig
has shown in this act, as in ninny othe
that he has no narrow soul, and is govern
j by no narrow views. Ho has a proper
I gard for tho comfort of his guests, anil
mind largo enough to form a just couc(
I tion of tho public needs. He is a friend
i improvement, and is ever ready to forwi
it by a liberal uso of the fine establish mc
which he manages so well.
Tho hall offered by Mr. Wright for t
uso of tho Agricultural Convention i:
very suitable one for tho purpose, aud
excellent tuble and airy apartments, crowr
by tho generous attentions and pleast
courtesies of himself and assistants, \
attract many visitors at tho approachi
Our citizens iu general, and ngricultui
ists iu particular, will bear in mind t
a mooting is to bo held to-morrow, nt
o'clock, in Carolina Hall, for the purpose
selecting delegates and making the ncc
sary arrangements for the proposed C
CASH.-Our terms are strictly cash
I exceptions. If an advertisement in to
! inserted, hand over the rooney; if a pap?
subscribed for, the money must accomp
> the order-otherwise no attention will
paid to them. This rule will be adhered
DEATH OF A COLUMBIAN.-A despatch was
received here yesterday, announcing the
death in Eufaula, A?*bama, of a native of
Columbia-an honeat, patriotic, and hard?
working young man-J. Nat. Monteith.
He leaves a wife, child, mother, aud two
brothers to'monfn his loss. Tho remains,
wo are informed, will be brought to Colum?
bia for interment.
THE RIOIIT PAPKU.-Tho papar for igno?
The pnper for spiritualists-Wrapping.
The pnpor for criminals-Gilt edge.
The paper for cigar Bmokers-Tissue.
Tho pnper for mo-Bank-notes.
The paper no person should be without
The Daily Phoenix.
A lot of cards and bill head paper hos
just been received at the PJionix office
something uew and pretty. Also a lot of
"auction cards"-which will be printed at
extraordinarily low prices.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
is called to the following advertisements,
published for the first time this morning:
Fisher, Lowrance Sc Fisher-Corn. &c.
J. & T. B. Agnew-Corn, Butter.
D. B. Miller-Richland-In Eqnity.
R. O Neale- Meeting Board of Trade.
A. C. Kaufman-Broker.
It. K. Scott-State of South Carolina.
Acts Passed by the Legislature.
Dr. T. T. Moore-Dental Surgeon.
MOTHERS, BE ADVISED.-Always keep a
bottle of DB. TUTT'H CELEBRATED EXPEC?
TORANT iu thc house. It is a certain and
pleasaut cure for Croup, Coughs, Colds,
ito. It is agreeable to tbe taste, and children
tiike it readily. Go to your Druggist and
get it at once, it may save the life of yonr
little one. A3 6
BEA OT V.-How to secure a clear, smooth,
beautiful, healthy skin, is the desiro of all,
and this is within tho reach of all. The
skiu becomes discolored, rough, eruptive,
by the virulent, unhealthy condition of the
excretions and insensible perspiration-that
is, secreted by its functions, and expelled
fhrer, gb its pures. Tho skin is one of the
chief outlets for tho expulsion of the hu?
mors or elements that the absorbent vessels
reject, to nourish and sustain the blood;
hence, these irritant humors poison the
delicate skin, aud we have Pimples, Blotch?
es, Sores, either simple or malignant, ac?
cording to the condition of the perspiration
aud humors secreted by tho skin. Now,
tho application of cosmotics only hide these
defects, and increase the irritant condition
of tho skin. Use Heinitsh's Queon's De?
light, and it will bo found a perfect remedy
for these disorders. M24
DR. T. T. MOORE,
WOULD respectfully announce to his friends,
patrons and the public generally, that ho hau
re-oponed his office at bis newly-fitted up rooms,
over Messrs. Bryan St McCarter's Bookstore, Main
street, where he will be pleased to have them
call. Ho is prepared to do all kinds of work in
tho most approved stylo, and at prices to suit the
times. All work guaranteed to give perfect satis?
Building and Loan Association.
AMEETING of tho Shareholders of the Build?
ing and Loan Association will bo held on
MONDAY, April 5, at 12 o'olook M., in the Hall
formerly occupied by tho Court of Appeals, over
the ofiico of Messrs'. Bachman, Talley A Waities.
Persons wishing to subscribe will caliat onco, be?
fore the books are closed. Subscription book at
FISHER Si HEINITSH'S
April 3 _^ro?At9r0^
Note Book and Money.
LOST OR STOLEN, a NOTE BOOK, containing
$320.00, National Currency, and $2.50 Colum?
bia City bills, and sundry papers, only available
to the undersigned. A liberal reward will be given
for its restoration. W. A. HARRIS.
IN LADIES' LINEN FANCY EMBROIDERED
AND LACE COLLARS, AT
April 3 C. F. JACKSON'S.
?AM now prepared to supply Oak and Pino
WOOD to any ono, on short notice and nt rea?
sonable terms. Apply at C. HAMBEHQ'S,
April 1 Imo* Near Charlotte Depot.
ALT. persons having in their possession FIRE
LIEN'S HATS, belonging formerly to tho
Independent Fire Company, are requoated to
lcavu them at tho store of Messrs. Peixotto A
Sou, and they will bo compensated for tho same.
DANIEL 0. PEIXOTTO,
April 1 4 For tho Committee.
?MI8S LILY LEVY will rosumo her DANC?
ING SCHOOL, on Otb of April, at her resi
donco. cornor Lady and Bull streets. Torms
m advance. _ March 23, AprilS
Buggy or Work Horses.
_ ANY ONE that want' to purchase TWO
?^fc?. SINGLE HARNESS HORSES, can do so
?Wlbv applying to W. D. PECK,
M 71" March 25 At Blakeley A GibbesJRore.
Cnssimeres, Tweeds and Jeans.
ALARGE 8TOOK of Men's and Boys' Spring
CASSIMEBE8, TWEEDS and JEANS, at lo*
prioos, for salo by_C. F. JACKSON.
Several Rooms to Bent
PARTIALLY FURNISHED. In a private fami?
ly. Tor particulars, address Box 41,
April il 8? POST OFFICE.