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Long . Ago.
One sommer eve, long, long ago,
We two were walking hand- in-liand
Where soft waves wandered to and fro,
Lapping the pearly, glittering sand.
Behind ns lay green meadows, starred
With clover bloom, far down the lea;
Before us, flashed and emerald-barred,
The restless, panting, whito-hairod sea.
What wonder when love's witohery esme,
And touched with fire our glowing lips,
E'en aB tho raby sun-set's flame
Lit up the far-off gliding ships
That we should clasp our golden dream,
And think it must forever last
How could wc know 'twas but a gleam
Of silvery pinions flitting past?
A Carious Letter-leonis Napoleon's Own
Story of HU Ktcape from thc Koriresa of
Hmm tn 1840.
The following is a translation of a hitherto
unpublished letter written by Louis Napo?
leon just after his escapo from the Portress
of Ham, to the editor of a newspaper to
which he had contributed during his im?
prisonment. In a certain poverty and awk?
wardness of diction, it is faithful to the
original, which was evidently not intended
for publication :
MY DEAR MB. DEOEOROE: The desire of
once moro seeing my father in this life, has
made me attempt the boldest undertaking
that I have ever attempted, and for which I
needed moro firmness and courage than at
Strasbourg and Boulogne, for I was resolved
not to endure the ridicule that fastens on
those who are arrested under a disguise, and
a failure would have been no longer endura?
ble. But to come to the particulars of my
You know- tho ford was guarded by 400
men, who furnished a daily guard of sixty
soldiers, who were on duty within and with?
out the fort; farthermoro the door of the
prison was guarded by three jnilors, two of
whom were always on duty. It was neces?
sary, therefore, in the first place, to pass
before them, then to traverse all the inner
court before tho windows of tho command?
ant; having reached there, it was necessary
to pass through the gato where wero an
orderly and a sergeant, a gate-keeper, a
sentinel, and finally, a post of thirty men.
Not having been willing to establish
any communication (with n corruptible
jailor or so,) a disguise was, of course, ne?
cessary. Now ss several rooms of the
building I inhabited were undergoing re?
pairs, it was easy to tako the costume of a
workman. My good and faithful Charles
Thelin procured a blouse and wooden shoes.
I out off my mustache and took a board on
Monday morning I saw the workmen
come in at half-post G o'clock. When they
were at work Charles took some drink to
them in a room, so as to get them out of my
way; he was also to call one keeper upstairs,
while Doctor was talking with tho others.
Meanwhile, I was hardly out of my room
when I was accosted by a workman who fol?
lowed me, taking mo for one of bis com?
rades; at the foot of the stair-case I fonnd
myself front to front with a keeper. Lucki?
ly, I put the board before his face and
reaohed tho conrt, alwuys holding the board
between myself and the sentinel and those
whom I met.
When passing before the first sentinel, I
let fall my pipe, but I stopped to pick up
the pieces. Then I met the officer of the
guard, but he was reading a letter, and did
nc i notice me. The soldiers of tho post al
the gate seemed to wonder at my dress; thc
drummer in particular turned several times
Meanwhile, the orderlies opened tho dooi
and I found myself outside the fortress
there I met two workmen, who were coming
toward me, and looked at me attentively. J
then turned the board on their side, bu
they appeared so inqnisive that I thought 3
could not escape them, when I heard then
"Oh! it is Berthoud."
Once on the outside, I walked rapidb
toward the Saint Quentin road.
A little later, Charles, who had engaged i
carriage for himself the preceding day
overtook me, and we reached Saint Quen
I passed through the town on foot, afte
taking off my blouse.
4 Charles had procured a post-carriage
under pretense of going to the races a
Cambrai. We reaohed Yalenoieuness with
out difficulty, where I took the railway.
I hod obtained a Belgian passport, bn
it has nowhere been asked for. Daring thi
time Conneau, always so devoted, remainei
in prison, and gave out that I was ill, so a
to give me time to reach the frontier.
I hope he will not have been ill-treated
that would be, as you may suppose, a gros
grief for me.
But, my dear Mr. Degeorge, if I expt
rienced a lively sentiment of joy when
found myseii outside the fortress, I wa
very sadly impressed on passing the frontiei
the certainty that tho Government woul
never set me at liberty, unless I consente
to dishonor myself, was necessary to decid
me to quit France; finally, it was necessar
that I should be urged to this step by tl
desire bf trying all means to console va
father in his old age. Adieu, my dear M
Degeorg9. Although free, I feel niy.se
very unfortunate. Be assured of my wari
friendship, and, if you can, try to be usef
to my good Conneau.
"Mrs. S. N. Pike's diamonds ar o worl
?150.000," says ohe paper. Another say
"Whiskey did it." From which wo inf
that tho diamonds nra not of tho "fir
Commodore, Vanderbilt hos given all h
property on Staten Island, worth ov
$1,000,000, to his eldest son (William) f
a dollar. The latter soon sails to Euro]
for bia health.
Tho largest salary over paid io this coun?
try for tho management of a gift enterprise
is $25,000 per year. Headquarters at "Wash?
ington. Address U. 8. Grant, President by
brevet Tickets held by relatives sure to
Eighty-four black men aro studying in a
college in Allegbany City, Pennsylvania.
Thoy all ernectf to be Presents of the
United States, or" at Jeast ncmbers of Con?
The Nashville Press and Times says thut
"Andrew Johnson is anarchy stalking about
in breeohes." Radicalism is anarchy stalk?
ing abroad without that decont integument.
\ Louisville Courier-JournuL
London has a "Temporary Home for Lost
and Starving Hogs," where some 25,000 nre
cared for yearly, the worthless chloroformed
to death, and the valuable specimens sold.
Prentice wishes that Grant conld be per?
suaded to think that tho country is Borne re?
lation of his.
On the 4th of March, Gen. Grantfelt 6uro
that he was President. Who does ho now
think is President?
"That Cough will Kill you!"
Try "COSTAU'S" Cough Remedy.
"Cobla and Hoarseness lead to death,"
Try "COSTAU'S" Cough Remedy.
"For Croups-Whooping Coughs, Ac.,"
Try "COSTAU'S" Cough Remedy.
"Costar says it is tho best in thc wide world
And if he says so-its True-its True-its True;
and wo say Try it-Try it-Try it."
[Morning Poper, Auquel 2C.
air All Druggists in COLUMBIA seli it.
Bitter-Sweet and Orange Blossoms.
One Bottle. $1.00-Three for $2.00.
"COSTAU'S" Rat, Roach, Ac., Exterminators.
"COSTAU'S" Bed-Bug Exterminators.
"COSTAU'S" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Itemed ice known."
"18 years established in New York."
"2,000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
" ! 1 I Beware I ! ! of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in COLUMBIA sell them."
Address "GOSTAU," 10 Crosbr street. N. Y.
Sold in Columbia, S. C., by E. E. JACKSON.
April* [dec 22]_ ly
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
e? GROSS SOLACE,
y 2 " Virginia Leaf-fresh from the Fac?
tory, for salo at tho Ale and Lager Beer Depot.
April 20_JOHN C. BEEPERS.
' Light ! Light ! 1 Light !!!
SAFETY and Economy combined, bv using the
CRESCENT GAS GENERATOR and CRES?
CENT OIL. TII?B Oil is non-explosive and gives
a brilliant light, without the usc of lamp-chim?
neys, or tho trouble of cleaning them. Kerosene
Lamps altered to usc tho Crescent Oil and Gas
Generator, at a trifling expense. For further in?
formation and a supply of Creseont Oil and Gas
Generator, apply to_ J. A T. U. AGNEW.
5BBLS. NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY,
of superior quality, on consignment and for
salo low, by tho barrel. E. Si G. D. HOPE.
GROSS Wino Bottles, for salo by
Fob 14 E. Si G. D. HOPE.
Pure "Dickson's Improved" Cotton Seed,
FOR SALE, at $2.00 per bushel for any amount
of 5 bushels or under. Over 5 bushels, at
$1.50 per bushel.
Seed grown from seed bought by mo of Mr.
David Dickson, of Oxford, Ga., (the great seeds?
man,) in 1807. at $4.00 per bushel.
Tho DICKSON yields more than any other Seed
in tho country. Warranted puro.
Hon. David Houser, Stato Senator from Orange
burg, writes as follows concerning tho "Dickson
Improved Cotton Seed;"
ST. MATTHEW'S, 8. C., February 15,18C9.
A. P. A st A KKK, ESQ.: Tho "Dickson Improved,"
obtained of you last spring, turned out moro cot?
ton per acre than any other I havo ever planted,
except tho same variety of seed planted by mo
before thc war, which woro lost by Sherman's in?
cendiaries. DAVID HOUSER.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthow's, 8. C.
>7/~\f\ BUSHELS PRIME COW PEAS, for
/\J^/salobv E. AO. D. HOPE.
JgVERYBODY who has use for a PUMP should
MOBRELL'S FIRE ENGINE,
DEEP WELL, and
Send for a circular.
POOLE A HUNT,
Jan IS Arno Baltimore, Maryland.
rr rv BBLS. PINK EYE PLANTING POTATE6,
tJ\J just recoivod aud for sale by
Jan 14 J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
rr pr KITS No. 1 Bay and Shoal MACKEREL.
I tJ CO Bbls., naives and Quarters, Nos. 1,2 and
3, for_salo by_ E. A G. D. HOPE.
Rf\ BARRELS Hockor'e Solf-Raising FLOUR,
TJ V_7 just roceivod and for sale IJW, by the bar?
rel ?ndjitjeUU. by_J. h T. H^ AGNEW.
Notice to Tax-Payers !
CITP CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLOMBIA, April 20,1869.
BY a resolution of the City Counoil, aU Taxes
duo tho city, that are not paid before tho
FIRST OF MAY next, will bo given to the Sheriff to
collect by execution.
Thoso persons who desire to save costs, can do
so before that dato, by paying their arrear? at
this office. The resolution reforred to will be
, strictly enforced. J. B. MoMAHON,
April 21 9 Oity Clerk.
Do3irablo Residence for Sale.
., . A Lot, containing ono-third of an acre,
fl? with a neat commodious DWELLING
Juli, HOUSE, having an np-staira of Aro Itoome,
a Basement of five Booms, Bathing-room with
shower bath, all necessary out-buUdinga and in
good repairs. Inqnlre at thia office. March 28
?AA LBS. GENUINE DURHAM-direct from
J?\J\J the Factory,
.100 Lba. "Commonwealth,"
100 Lbs. "Bracelet."
April 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
CABINET MAKER and UNDERTAKER, Main
street, ono door South of Washington street,
takes this occasion to return his sincere thanks to
his friends and numerous patrons for past bene?
fits, and would state that he has on hand and con?
stantly arriving, all thc modern improvements in
his Hue, which he will dispose of on tho most ac?
commodating terms. He has recently fitted up in
elegant style a No. 1 Hearse, and will supply
Coffins and attend to interments at short notice.
^??tr\ MRS. A. MCCORMICK, having rc
MKli IL I turned from New York a few days
jU"j\Tj|agO, has opened a large and well
^j-AllMlselected Slock of MILLINERY AND
/?flreg??/ FANCY GOODS, consisting of Fino
r m^F\French BONNETS AND HATS, of va?
rious stylos. As also, French Corsets, Hair Coils
and Braids, Juwelry, and other articles far too
numerous to mention.
DRESS-MAKING, in all its branches, attended
to with neatness and despatch. Orders from tho
country attended to with punctuality. March 31
DR. tT.'T. M00R?7
IS now prepared to execute, in the mos scientific
manner, all branches of his profession. Teeth
extracted without pain by use of NITROUS
OXIDE GAS. Persons desiring his service would
do woll to engage an hour. Office over Messrs.
Bryan & McCarter'a Bookstore, Main street, Co?
lumbia. S. C. April ll limn
DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for the liberal
patronage he has received from the citizens
of this city and tho surrounding District, during
tho past year, respectfully announces that ho now
permanently establishes himself in Columbia. Ali
operations on the natural Teeth faithfully pc r
formcd. ARTIFICIAL CASES, in every approved
method, carefully and satisfactorily executed -
among which he would call special attention to
that known ai Reynoldi' Patent; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this beau?
tiful and durable process, he is enabled, with con?
fidence, to refer to his patients and to the
patentee. Oflico on Main street, over First Na?
tional Bank. Jan 8
FROM 4 to 350HOUSE ROWED.
including the celebrated Cor?
liss Cut-on" Engines, Slide
Valve Stationary Engines,
Portabio Engines, Ac. Also,
Circular, Mulay and Gang
Saw Mills, Sugar-Cauo Mills,
Shafting, Pulleys, Ac, Lath
and Shingle Mills, Wheat and
Cora Mills, Circular Saws,
Belting, Ac. Send for descrip?
tive Circular and Price List.
WOOD k MANN STEAM ENGINE COMPANY,
March 24 Gmo % Utica. New York.
MRS. C. E. REED has opened for
inspection tho finest assortment of
French, English and American La?
dies' HATS, BONNETS, FLOWERS
AND RIBBONS, Ac, tho best and
cheapest ever offered to thc Ladies
of Columbia and the surrounding
Soveral cases of Ladies, Misses and Boys'
HATS AND CATS, from 25 cents up. Hair
Braids, Waterfalls, Curl?, Switches, Coils, Ac,
Ac. Country Merchants will find it to their ad?
vantage to give mo a call, and seo for themselves.
Fresh arrivals every day. Hats, Bonnets, Ac, by
thc caso or dozen, will bo sold very low.
Bridal Wreaths und Veils of every description,
Having first class Milliners, we aro prepared
to execute all orders with neatness and despatch.
Main Street, Columbia, opposite Hopson A Snt
phen's. March 28 3mo
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their servicoH to the public as GE?
NERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
charg? s until sales are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Flour has Declined !
COUNTRY FLOUR $5.50 to 15.75 per bag,
Western Flour $3.75 to $7 00 " "
March 6 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
FRESH COUNTRY ANS MOUNTAIN RUTTER,
Pink-Eye and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fine Goshen CHEESE,
At G. DIERCKS,
Jan 2S At the Sign of tho Watah.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
, TWO fino BILLIARD TABLES,
'in completo order, Marble and
(Slate Bedding, with Balls, Cues
and Countors included. Sharp A
Gnfilth'a make. Will bo sold ?ow. Call at
Deol3_ G. PIERCE'S.
PARTIES wanting THRESHING MACHINES,
REAPERS, Ac, will do woll to make their
order? and inquiries at once. Piices from $50 to
$500, at Factory.
March ll FISHER. LOWRANCE_A._FISnER.
Corn, Bacon and Flour.
2f\f\f\ BUSHELS CORN.
,UUU 20,000 POUNDS BACON.
And other gooda as LOW as tboy CAN BE
April B PISH *.R. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
BOXES GOSHEN CHEESE, for Bale by
Feb 14 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Pipes ! Pipes ! !
?yf\ DOZ. Assorted Brier Root, with Metal
20 Doz. do,, with MaerscLuum Lining,
1 Gross Cano Pi ^J?JIN gj SEEQERS.
CITY COUPONS, raoeivablo for City Taxes, for
sale by GREGG, PALMER A CO.
LIVERPOOL. KEW TORE. BOSTON.
WM. BC AC II & CO., of Charleston, 8. C., havo
regular Linea of ?ailing BACKETS, to and
from New York and Bonton ; and also send TCBRCIS
to Liverpool, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other
portB. Their regular l'aekets aro despatched
weekly from Now York and Boston. Tho advan?
tages they offer are, that thoir rates of freight aro
MUCH LF.ss than those of steamers, and they ac?
commodate themselves to shippers. Insurance is
effected hy their Lines at very low rates. For fur?
ther particulars, apply to
WILLIAM POACH A CO.,
Eas?. Bay aud Adger'u Wharf,
April 2 +lnio Charlecton. S. C.
THE Subscriber would call attention to his lino
stock of JEWELRY, GOLD ANU SILVER
WATCHES, of English, Swiss and American ma?
SILVER AND PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES
AND EYE-GLASSES, in great variety, with tho
best quality of PERISCOPIO LENSES, which aro
adapted with great caro.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY repaired.
Cameos, Diamonds and Precious Stones mount?
ed to order. JAMBS ALLAN,
307 King street, Charleston, S. C.
April 21 t3mo
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL PI3LASES Or THC
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TnET ART R ErOlt M KN D KD UT THE
MEDICAL FA. C TJ X. T "V.
IIEGEMAN -St CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YO II TC.
Manufactnred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHZMICT AND AP0THSCAE7, ??
C II It TJ S S T O N, ??. O. ?
JKS^For Sale by Druggist* jlCvcruivuere.lt?_
FU R ? ITU R E,
Chair, and Sofa Warerooms.
DANIEL H. SILGOX,
175, 177 and 170 King Street,
Oliarlostou, fi*. O-,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A LAROE
AND WELL-SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF
OF THE LATEST
- AN D -
MOST APPROVED STYLES,
Which he offers at prices which cannot fail to
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SETS,
OE EVERY DESCRIPTION.
The Heat Aiaortmtnc Ever Offered In thia
N. B.-Goods carefully packed for shipping.
March 19 - f.trno
Brazier's and Sheathing Copper, of all
sizes, for sale by William Shepherd, No.
17 Hayne Street, Charleston, S. C.
STOL.L., WEBB JU CO.,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
?87 I I 380
Domestic Storo. | KIN0 ?TBKET, | j,ac0 store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON. S. C. _ly
CHARLES KERRISON, formerly of the firm of
C. A E. L. Kerrison, would inform his friends
and tho public that ho has purchased from Mr.
James B. Betts, all his stock in trade, Ac, at tho
Storo No. 252 King street, and will there continue
the DRY GOODS BUSINESS, Wholesalo and Re?
tail, for Cash, on his own individual account and
responsibility. Ho will proceed, without delay,
to replenish and renew the Stock, and continue so
doing nutil the assortment shall be made com?
plete and attractive. As the terms will be STBICT
1.7 CASH, or approved city acceptance for a short
credit, it necessarily follows that the prices must
be kept at least as low as to bc found in any other
His brother. Mr. E. L. Kerrison, assisted by
Mr. A. B. McDonell, both experienced merchants
in this line, will bo fonnd at his Storo, aiding in
tho conduct and management of the business, and
it is hoped that his and their efforts to win the
confidence and patronage of tho public will be as
successful as in past days was the old firm, at tho
corner of King and Market streets, Charleston.
Feb 17 8mo
New York Advertisements.
^ IMPITOVED FRENCH RANGE
BRAHHALL, DEANE & co.,
247 ?nd 249 Water street, Now York.
_ April 13_3mo
Needles and Fishing Tackle.
ANDREW CLERK A CO. respectfully inform
thc public and their old customers, that they
still continue business in their old store, No l's
Maiden Lane, New York. Their assortment of
Fishing Tackle is tho largest and most completo
of any in tho United Btatee. They aro also Solo
Agents for thc Warrin Needle, which, for tho last
thirty years, has enjoyed a reputation for quality
and uniformity of temper superior to all others.
March 21 3mo
ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
THIS NEW and Commodious
HOUSE, located corner of Broad?
way and Forty-second street, New
_-York, possesses advantages over
all other bouses, for the accommodation of its
guests. It was built . . dy for a first-class
family boarding hons< ioma being large and
en suite, heated b, stearn-with hot and cold
water, and furnished second to none; wbilo the
culinary department ls in tho mos.t experienced
hands, affording guests an unequalled table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevatois is also among
the "modern improvements" and at thc service of
guests, at all hours.
Thc Broadway and University Place Cars pass
the door every four minutes, running from tho
City Hall to Central Park, while tho Sixth and
Seventh Avcnuo lines aro but a short block on
cither side, affording ample facilities for commu*
locating with all the depots, steamboat landings,
places of amusement and business of tho great
metropolis. MORE A HOLLEY,
March 19 Gmo Proprietors.
STRONG INDUCEMENTS. "
THE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY will insure $1,000, at tho following ratCB ;
" 30- 1G.55.
" 35- 19.40.
" 40- 23.30.
" 45- 28.85.
" 50- 30. G5.
All other companies charge 10 to 50 per cent,
more. Before you insure, examine for yourselves.
E. H. HEI?IT8H,
Feb 27 Agent for South Carolina.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Deposita of $1 mut Uptvarila Received.
MECHANICS, Laborers, Clerks, Planters, Pro?
fessional Men and Trustees can deposit their
Funds and receive interest compounded every.six
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, President.
Con. J. B. PALMER, vice-President.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may send money by Express.
Globe Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y.
CASH ASSETS JANUARY 1, 18G9, $1,171,000.
Has been in operation but four years, during
which timo it has assured a larger amount than
any Company in tho United States, during a cor?
responding period of existence. One of tho chief
causes of its organization, was tho forfeiture by
several Northern Companies of the policies of
.Southerners, during the war. The leading officers
of this Company protested against this injustice,
and on its consummation, withdrew ana orga?
nized thc "GLOBE MUTUAL," on principles moro
liberal and just than those yet adopted by any
other Insuranco Company. In tho event of death
in battle or in a duel, tho equitablo value of tho
policy will be returned to tho heirs. ALL other
Companies forfeit it. In case of suicide, tho
FULL Policy ia paid. No restriction on travel.
Thia Company has, in its gnaranteo fund of
$500,000, an eloment of strength possessed by no
other Company. It offers the entirely new feature
of Probability Endowment, which gives the
largest possible sum for the premium paid. No
other Company possocees this feature. Insures
children of any ago. In the moderation of its
premium ratoj, in the variety of its tables, in its
dividends and in the security offered insurers, it
invites comparison with anv other Company.
JOHN C. HASKELL, State Ag't, Columbia, S. C.
Prof. JOHN T. DABBY, Medical Examiner.
Gen. S. B. BUCKNEB, Southern Manager.
Agents wanted throughout tho State.
Jan 30_3mo* _
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to 12
2. 7 Second Class City Residences, 6 to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 Third Class ?' " 3 to 6 "
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in othor parts of the city,
G. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. 14 Tracts of Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. Tho Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, on? of the best
cotton and stock plantations in the country,
10. 9 Othor Plantations in Richland-some of
them very desirable,
11. 10,000 acres in Edgefleld-several tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Loxington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Tanfield,
15. 1,700 pcres near Greenvill Couit House,
1G. 0,000 " in Laurens- several ^r-ots,
17. 2,000 " in Kershaw,
18.1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 21G " in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fino Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purcbaso or sell property,
will find it to their interest to consult with UB. Wo
have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which pointe wo aro constantly
sending descriptive lists of property for salo.
March 6 GIBBES A THOMA8.
ROS AD AXIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Salle- 1>> r?r??jf,rih?? Everywhere.
SWEDEB IRON, 1*. IL 2, 2J, 8, 3?, 5, G, 7, 10 in.
Band Iron, English Iron, Hoop Iron,
2,000 Hoes, of all kinda,
200 Pairs Trace Chaina.
March 6 FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING made arrangements with Wm. Olazo
fe Co., for the manufacture and exclusive aalo
of this justly celebrated PLOW, we aro prepared
to offor them to the country on good terme. Good
tools will always be found a good investment.
Feb 28 FISHER, LOWRANCE 4 FR3HER.