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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Friday Morning, May 14, 1808.
Tho following analysis of the ' causes
which havo led to the present low prico of
gold is from the Now York Evening Post.
They aro comprehensive, and no doubt cor?
1. The depreciation of the currency is
measured by the average inflation of prices,
and not by the price of gold;
2. The price of gold is, and has for seve?
ral years boon, artificially depressed by a
variety of local cause?;' tho whole financial
policy of tho Government, the large reve?
nues which strengthen its credit, and the
disuse of gold as onrrency lessening the de?
mand for it, boing the principal ones.
3.. Those causes, which under tho com?
mon laws of trade would have been defeated
by tho export of coin, have been sustained
and aided by the export of United States
bonds, in payment of international ba?
4. Gold being depressed far below the
general level of prices, the products of
foreign lands find their best market in this
country, and imports are stimulated to ex?
How easy to lift tho load of this depres?
sion in case of a foreign war! Then the
scale turns downward on the other side.
Bonds go dawn and gold goes up-promises
to pay,of all kinds must suffer a deprecia?
tion and thon a panic, everybody gets
s jared, and then a chance for repudiation.
There is no help for all this, tho Washing?
ton Star thinks, but peace and long bonds,
and a lower rate of interest. Take away
part of the load of tariff and equalize taxa?
tion-theso aro the tenets of good faith,
these tho remedies against repudiation.
Gold has become merely a theimometer of
finance; in the fictitious price of it, we see
tho artificial and unequal system of our
financial management. War is an imaginary
political remedy-not a saving grace to the
monstrous profligacy which hos attended
the expense of revolution. It will provo
no remedy for a condition of things whereof
the public, perhaps, is bnt poorly informed.
Thero may bo a dear day of reokoning yet
in storo for us. The analysis given by the
Post is worth attentive study. Gold ave?
raged on Saturday in Now York 137 V?.
GRANT ANO OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS.
The New York Herald points out to tho Pre?
sident that the opportunity presented him
by the present aspect of things for the ex?
tension of the boundaries of the nation, and
its material power throughout the world, are
without precedent in American history, and
without comparison in the records of the
human race. That he has the opportunity
of making his Government the arbiter of
the American continent, and the advan?
tages, throutrh China and Japan, of secur?
ing the balance of power in Asia. It says
Cuba, Mexico, and tLje Alabama claims,
cover the three great foreign questions, on
the settlement of which this commanding
position may bo secured for the United
States. It wants Cuba, St. Domingo, Mexi?
co, Central America and tho New Dominior
annexed to tho United States, and says:
"General Grant, as a Western man, w(
doubt not, is a believer in this whole pro
gramme of expansion, North and South,
He is, too, a man of war; but as Presidem
of tho United States, it is manifest that hil
paramount, desire ia peaco, at home am'
abroad. Our only apprehension concern
ing his foreign policy is that his desire tc
avoid wur may so entangle him in diploma
tic cobwebs and red tape as to render bin
powerless to do anything iu giving a satis
factory shape and direction to the Cuban oi
the Mexican question; or the Alabami
claims. Upon all these questions, more
over, the powerful interest of bondholder:
will be apt to prove a drag upon the admi
nistration. We rely, however, upon thc
progressive ideas, sagacity and moral cou
rage of General Grant, sustained by tin
gonoral drift of public opinion, io our ex
peotations of a foreign policy which offer
not only the continent for our occupation
but its boundless resources from which ti
meet our national debt."
T?K SAT.U OF THE WILMINGTON AND MAN
CHBBTBB RAILROAD.-The sale of the Wil
mington and Manchester Railroad is t<
take place on tho 23d June next. The stocl
in this road huB boen for some time pus
Helling for five cents on the dollar. Th i
road is now under leaso to the bond-holdor
for ninety-nine years. It is understood the
the sale is merely to effect a now organize
tion, and to perfect titles, as thc bond-hole
ors now own a large majority of the stook
It is stated by unbans in Washingto
that there aro already 2,500 Americans i
tho Cubau army, and that 3,000 more wi
bo added soon. Tho Secretary of Stal
has received advices direct from the r?volu
tiouary authorities. Admiral Hoff has r<
ceived instructions to promptly punish th
shooting of any Americans under Cooi
Valmaseda's recent order that any ma
found away fi om home without a satisfai
tory reasou shall be shot.
A fire occurred in Patterson, N. J., yei
terday, by which tho Murray Mill an
nearly the whole of the block ou which
is situated was burned, involving a loss <
Sovoral colored mail agents have been a
pointed in North Carolina and Alabama.
THE UNITED STATES COURT-HOK. GEO.
8. BBYAN, PBKSIDTNQ. -The caso of Hamp?
ton vs. Tronholm, Fraser & Co., the trial of
wbich has for soma, days been pending in
this Court, was yesterday brought to a
close. The defendants purchased during
the Vf ar a plantation and a largo number of
negro slaves, valued at $300,000. For this
they paid $150,000 Iii Confederate currency,
and executed their bond, secured by a mort?
gage of the property purchased for tho re?
mainder of the purchase money, payable
after tbe war. Suit was brought upon the
bond, and tho defendants, among other
1st. That under the Ordinance of the
Convention of 1865 thoy were entitled to
show tho truo nature and value of the con?
2d. That the contract for tho purchase of
the slaves was made after Lincoln's emanci?
pation proclamation, and, therefore, tho
sale in this respect was without considera?
tion. That in law the plaintiff had at that
time no valid title, und had, therefore,
nothing to sell, and the defendant nothiug
3d. That so fur as tho land was con
corned, all that could be recovered was the
value in Treasury notes, in proportion to
the unpaid portion of its purchase in Con?
These points were contested by the plain?
tiff, who contended that the contract was a
valid one, and that being payable after the
war, it was payable ?u lawful money of the
The case was elaborately argued by
Messrs. Wm. H. Bachman and Theo. G.
Barker for the plaintiffs, aud Messrs. A. G.
Magrath and C. G. Meinmingor for tho de?
Judge Bryan, os wo understand, charged
the jury in favor of tho positions taken by
the defendants. He held Lincoln's pro?
clamation of emancipation to havo been
valid and conclusive, aud us divesting from
that date all title in slaves.
Tho jury retired, ond returned with a ver?
dict for the plaintiff of $168,970.
j Charleston Courier.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-The
Seventy-ninth Annual Convention of the
Protestant Episcopal Church was held_in
St. Philip's Church this morniug. Tho
morning service was read by Rev. J. D. Mc?
Cullough, of Spartanbnrg, to tho creed; tho
remainder by Rev. Alexander Glennie, of
Winyah. Tho ante-communion service was
read by Rev. P. J. Shand, of Columbia, and
tho annual sermon was preached by Rev.
Thos. F. Gadsdeu, from tho First Corinthi?
ans, 12th chapter and 27th verse. Thc com
munion service was read by Rev. C. Hanc
kel, assisted by Revs. P. J. Shand, A. W.
Marshall, A. Glonuio and W. B. W. Howe.
The servioes being ended, tho Convention
was called to order by the Bishop, and the
On motion, the election of Secretary was
conducted viva voce, and Rev. J. D. McCol
lough was unanimously re-elected. Ho ap?
pointed Rev. W. Buboso his assistant.
Mr. Evan Edwards was thereon re-elected
Treasurer by a viva voce vote.
The Chair appointed Rev. Richard Tra
pier principal, and Rev. P. F. Stoveus alter?
nate preachers for tho next annnul conven?
The Bishop announced the organization
of the Convention, and its readiness to pro?
ceed to business.
The report of F. P. Elford, the Treasurer
of the Couvention, was then read, showing
a balance in the Treasury of $176.90.
Rev. Paul Trapier offered the following:
Resolved, That this Convention be called
a Council, and the constitution und cauous
Consideration was postponed until to?
It was announced that tho Bishop's ad?
dress would be read on the following (this)
morning, after which the Convention was
led in prayer by tho Bishop, and adjourned
uutil this morning, at 10 o'clock.
[Charleston Courier, 12th.
WHITE GOODS Bold at C. F. JACKSON'S are
SPUING DRESS GOODS at cost, to close out
A FULL SUPPLY of FANS, of ali kinda, and at
all prices. May 12
Pocket Corn Sheller.
SHELLS C bushels of corn per hour. A email
boy can can use them. Any lady can uso
them. Weight, 1 pound. They supply a want
long needed. Will wear always. Takes every
kernel uff tho cob. Price, oulv $2.
April 88_-J. k- T. R. AGNEW.
. rUST to band: Rio, Liguavra, Java and Mocha
Choicest Japan, Hyson and other TEAS,
Smoked Tongues, Pickled Salmon, and all the
thousand other things which go to make up a
First-Clans Grocery Store, for ?alo bv
April 26 _ GEORGE ?YMMERS.
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS.
THE REAL CREMONA. Thesj
STRINGS aro justly celebrated for
their durability, purity and clear,
A full assortment of Violincello STRINGS; a
variety or Violin ROWS; Row-Hair, 8crews, Tail
Doardf), Dridges, Rosin, .Vc, jun received, at
April 2 tamo_E. POLLARD'S.
GRAIN CRADLES and SCYTHES, STRAW
FORES, Threshers, Horse Powers and Reap?
ers, on hand, and for salo low, bv
May 8 FISHER, LOWRANCE ft FISHER.
AFULL assortment on hand, MILL STONES
and IRONS, purchaaod at low rates, by
May 8 FISHER, LOWRANCE & FISHER
IHEREBY W*rn ?ll poraonB from trading for a
noto giron byrne to L. V. Sims, M beban vaine
received for it. The not? wa? drawn in 1867, and
payable in October the same year. The amouut
or said not? is $60. A. G. JLYLE8.
May 14 ?*
Scut?i C?IG?ijitt---I?cit laud uouniy.
John A. Crawford ta. Sophronia Mindrow, et at.
SOI for Foreotoaure.
IT appearing that Robert Muldrow and Samuel
Muldrow, two of the Defendant? in the abovo
stated caso, are boyond tho limits of this State:
and, on motion of F. \Y. MoMaater, Solicitor for
complainant, it is Ordered, That the said Robert
Muldrow ami Samuel Muldrow do plead, answer
or demur to tho said bdl within forty days from
tho publication of this order, or a decree pro ccm
fesao bc entered up agaiunt them.
D. B. MILLER. C. C. P.
CLERK'S OFFICE, COLUMBI V, May 13, I?G9.
THE undersigned i* now prepared to receive,
at his residence, Washington street, two doors
from Mr. Stieglitz's bakerv, ad sorts of repairing in
the line of UPHOLSTERY; also, making of new
MATRESSES. Having Ijeen at this business tor
upwards of fifteen years in thc moat fashionable
establishment at Baltimore, enables him to till
iinv order to tho notion of hi? cns omers.
May l l 3 I. (MU KS H ABER.
In thc District Court of tho United States for the
District of South Carolina.
At Columbia, the 13//? day nf May, .4. J). 1R69.
n^HE undersigned hereby gives notice of hi? ap
X pointment as Assignee of C. W. RAWLINSON,
of Columbia, Cjunty of Richland, and Stat? of
South Carolina, within the said District, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt, upon his own petition,
by the District Court of tho raid District.
J?ftV_14_fL THOS. J. LAM? rm:. Assignee.
In tho District Court of the United Statos f<>r the
District of South Carolina.
At Columbia, the IS/A day of May, A. 1). 1SG9.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap?
pointment as Assignee ?if R. C. MILES,
of Columbia, County of Kichland, and State of
South Carolina, within thc said District, who bas
boen adjudged a bankrupt, upon bis own petiticn,
by tho District Court of the said District.
M*y 14 fj THOS. J. LAM< ?TTE. Assignee
In tho District Court of the United States for the
District of South Carolina.
At Columbia, the 137? day ot May, A. 1>. 18CD.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice of bis ap?
pointment as Assignee of WM. SHIVER,
of Columbia, County of Richland, and State of
South Carolina, within thc said District, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt, upon his own petition,
nv the District Court of tho said District.
"Mav 14 f3 THOS. J LA MOTT E. Awien<?..._
TAYLOR'S PAT EXT
Saw Sharpener and Deepener,
for Gatty and Circular S JW Mills.
HAVING purchased the Talent Right for the
State of South Carolina, for tho above, we
ure now propared to fill orders for the same
The advantages of this Machine are economy,
despatch and perfection in keeping all kinds of
Saws in perfect order.
By its use, the teeth of the Saw are kept at a
uniform depth, an^lo and size.
Fully one-fourth (4) and bolter lumber can bl?
eut per day where this Machine ii used, the Saws
running straighter, frcor, fasirr and cut smoother.
A Saw can be sharpened in live minutes, and in
the most perfect manner. The price of the Ma?
chine can bc saved in a few months in the cost of
tlh s aud labor. For further information auply to
Mav ll fmO Charleston, S. C.
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Scythes and Grain Cradles.
Syr\ DOZ. Griflin's Best GRAIN CRADLES,
G doz. five and six Finger Grain Cradles.
At low prices, for cash, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
5KEGS, 2 gallons each, Spanish Olives.
Olivos stuffed with Anchovies, in bottles.
Plain "Quoou" Olives, in bottles. For sale by
May 5 GEORGE 8YMMERS
Pipes ! !
Brier Root, with Metal
Syf\ DOZ. Assorted
20 Doz. do., with Maerschautu Lining,
1 Gross Cane Pipe?L_ JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Pig Hams, &c.
JUST to hand. bbls. Ferris' extra sugar
cured PIG HAMS, Pig Shoulders and Tip: Ba
con Strips. For sale by_GEO. SYMMERS.
BOLOGNA SAUSAGES, driod.
Buffalo Tongues, fresh.
Orango Hams and Sugar-cnrod Strips.
For sal e by GEO ROE SYMMF.RB.
Jos. DANIEL POPE. A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY.
OFFICE-Law Range, Columbia, 8. C. May 5
Light I Light ! ! Light';!!
SAFETY and Economy combinod, by using the
CRESCENT GAS GENERATOR and CRES?
CENT OH.. This Oil is non-oxplosive and gives
a brilliant light, without tho uee of lamp-chim?
neys, or the troublo of cleaning them. Kerosene
Lamps altered to nso tho Crescent Oil ?nd Oas
Generator, at a trilling expense, for further in?
formation and a supply of Crescent Oil and Oas
0^enera^rJjippjyto_ J^A T. R. AGNEW.
r<mn- A FINE Second-Hand Family CAR
WBiQb2- RI AGE can be obtained cheap, ou ap
idiuatiou to the livory stables of Agnew & Co.
Batter and Cheese
?1 rv TURS Choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
1U 20 Boxes Prime CHEESE.
Just received by steamer and for sale by
April 27 J. A T. It. AGNEW.
"Oar doubts are traitors, and make us
lose the good we oft might win, by fearing
to attempt." Shakspeare, that great and
noble master ia English literature, who held
tho mirror up to Nature
Reflects the wisdom we might use,
If ignorance blum, did noe abuse,
How oft do traitorous doubts arise,
To mar man's noblest enterprise.
The good we loso we oft might wiu,
But for tho lurking fears therein;
Attempt the end, and never stand to doubt,
Nothing so hard, but search will find it out.
Hence, let no doubts prevent you from
trying that inimitable medicine, 'HEINITSH'S
QUEEN'S DELIGHT;' lose not tho good you
might seenro, by fearmg to nttempt a cure
with Heinitsh's QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
It has been well said, that the saddest of
words is continued ia these, "it might huve
been." For many with ruined constitutions
and blighted health, and wasted frames, and
sunken features, sicklied o'er with the pale
and haggard cast of disease, look back with
regret nt not trying Heinitsh's QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT, and reflect how different it might
have been. M7
New Books at Bryan & McCarter's.
riUlAVEI.S IN JAW AND THE EAST INDIAN
JL ARCHIPELAGO, with Maps and Platen, by
Travel; ?n Alaska, hy \Vhyiup< r.
Phineas Finn, the Iii-<L nu niber, il.25,
My Recollections of Lort1. Byron, by Countess
Palestine, Syria and Asia Minor, bv Frecse,
How He Won Her. hy Mrs. Sou: h worth, 81.73,
Pro-Historic Nations, i v Baldwin, >'i.;o,
Colorado, its Parks and Mountains, bv Bowles,
Two Life Paths, a romance, by Muhlhach, CO
The Factory, by- Miss Braddon, 75 cents,
Cometh np as ? Flower, fiO cents.
Marooners Island, a sequel to Young Maroon?
NHW Photograph Albums, Chromos, .vc.
200 Bb!*. Floor
FROM Northern. Western and Southern Mills,
for sale at lowest ratos of ti'.e season, bv
Mav 13 FISHES. LOWRANCE & FISHER.
THAT Desirable RESIDENCE on the cor
ijj^ uer ot Lady and Picken*, rt n ets, containing
Nine Room's. For particulard applv to
May 13 H. T. DEN T. Stall No. 4. Market.
/"i ?ARANTEED correct, ai manufacturera'
\JT prices and freight, bv
Mav 13 FISHES, LOWRANCE A FISHF.R._
Bacon and Flour.
?\f\ ?^i?\?\ LBS. Prime LACON SIDES.
?U.VJVJL/ 200 bbls. FLOUR, at ia to til
per Barrel. For ?ale by E.. A G. D. HOPE.
Ct IT Y COUPONS, receivable for Cit v Taxe.-, for
gale by_GREGG. PALMER & Ct).
THE WASHINGTON HOUSE
i -<^Y IS now prepared to accommodate
Regular, as well aa Transient,
JH,?^jffgy HOARDERS. Tei ms niodedrate.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
OA BBLS. Pure Com WULSKE?, for sale low
?i\J to dealers. E. A G. D- HOPE,
May 1 Acents for Old North State DNtillcty.
South Carolina-Richland County.
W. W. Hi fe, applicant, is. Thomas C. Rife et al.,
DeLmdauta.- Peti'wn for partition of Real Es?
Ir APPEARING to my satisfaction that S. L.
Chamblh), Mrs. M. E. Martin and S. B. Chaney,
Defendants, re&ido without this State: itis, there?
fore, Ordered. That they do appear and object to
the division or sale of the real estate of Jacob
Rife, deceased, on or before the 5th day of July,
A. D. 1309, or their consent to the same will be
entered of record. WILLIAM IL WIGG,
May ll tuflT Judge of Probate.
~~ TE ETME FAG A N,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Warerooins Main st.,one door South of Wasltington.
?SnHRMHnsifc a,l'btion to the usual full
^aaupply of House Furnishing Goods
W^*^k^"S*^Hiii his line, is in receipt of ti lim' ot
PARLOR AND JIED-ROOM FURNITURE, which lu
style and elegance of finish, as well as chepnoss
and durability, cannot be surpassed in any market
South of Baltimore. Call and examine for
yourselves. Orders for FUNERALS, cither in
country or citv, will be attended to promptly.
Furniture mado to order. Particular attention
given to Repairing, Packing and Jobbing.
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to 12
2. 7 Second Class Citv Residences, G to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 Third Class " " 3 to 0 H
4. 8 Valuable Building Lois, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of thc city,
fi. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. ll Tracts of Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1.000,
8. The Hopkin? T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acre?,
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, ono or the best
cotton and stock plantations in the country,
10. 0 Other Plantations in Richland-some ot
them very desirable.
11. 10.000 acres" in Edgen>lf1 several tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
ll. 2,500 acres Farming Lands In Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres noar Green viii Court Honse,
lfi. 0,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2.00U " in Kershaw,
18. liono " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
10. 21fi " in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purchase or soil property,
will find it to their interest to consult with ns. We
have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
and Raltimore, to which points wo aro constantly
sending descriptive lists of proporty for sale.
Mareil fi GIBBES .V THOMAS.
Fire and Lite Insurance.
II. E. NICHOLS ?fe CO., AGENTS,
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIES, with aggre?
gate accumulated Capitals, January 1, i860,
of $22.379,174 00.
April 30 _RE INSURED._3mo
ASIX-HORSE ENGINE-mounted on wheels;
built expressiv for Threshing and Ginning.
Apply to lt. TOZEB, City Machine Works,
April 27 _ Columbians. C.
TpT KITS No. 1 Bav and Shoal MACKEREL.
Vj (10 Bids., Halves and Qnarters, Nos. 1, 2 and
3, for salo by E. & G. D. HOPE.
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JC? o o ct l Ito xxi. s .
H. T. Peake, Esq., Superintendout of thc
South Carolina Railroad, is at tho Columbia
The publisher of the Andersou Intelli?
gencer, for reasons best known to himself, is
endeavoring to make capital out of a para?
graph published iu the Phoenix several
weeks ago. The explanation of the matter
waa deemed satisfactory; but tho boast that
his paper was tho first "to condemn this
manifest approval of the Governor's ap?
pointments," must be takou as an excuse
for these repeated dissertations. Without
specifying the objoct aimed at by the An?
derson publisher, we simply commend to
his especial consideration the homely adage,
ARREST OF A FuorriVE.-John McFull,
Esq., Marshal of St. Lonis County, Mis?
souri, and Peter Dailey, Clerk of Court, ar?
rived in this city on Wednesday, with a re?
quisition from the Governor of Missouri for
one Lawrence Glover, alias William Jack?
son, colored, under indictment for com?
pounding n felouy-he being cognizant of a
raunler, and refusing to inform upon and
prosecute the murderer, and who, from in?
formation derived from an intercepted let?
ter, was supposed to be residing at Edge"
field C. H. Armed with tho necessary pa?
pers from our Executive Department, the
oflicers started on the Augusta truiu on
Wednesday, and returned yesterday, with
their prisouer, and left for Charlotte, on
their way home, by the 2 o'clock train.
These gentlemen wero profuse in their ex?
pressions of gratitude for the facilities af?
forded them, and were charmed wi Lb the
beauties of our once attractive city.
NEW BOOKS.-Messrs. Duffie ?fe Chapman
have presented us with copies of two new
books, which they have just received from
tho publishing house of Messrs. D. Apple?
ton A: Co., New York: "Not Wisely, but too
Well;" a novel, hythe author of "Cometh
up like a Flower," etc. The narrative is
bright, lively and sketchy, and the plot
skillfull; carried out. Tho second belongs
to the "Library of Choice Readiug." en?
titled "The Mau who Laughs," being part
first ot "Sea and Night," by that quaint
French author, Victor Hugo. The trans?
lator, in his preface, says:
"There has been so much discussion as
to tho propor rendering of tho original
title of this work, 'L'Homme Que Rit,'
that it may be advisable to state why 'The
Mau who Laughs' has been adopted. It is
not ot.'ly literal iu version, it expresses at
the same time the author's meaning as
nearly a the genius of the English tongue
allows, yiud Victor Hugo intended to con?
vey tho idea of 'The Laughing Mau,' or, in
fact, of a voluntary laughter, he would
have called his book 'Le Ri?ur,' or
'L'Homme Rieur,' just as in his own lan?
guage the laughing hyena is called Vhyene
rieuse, end not Vhyene qui rit. 'The Laugh?
ing Man' cannot be correctly rendered into
French by VHomme qui rit; l'homme qui rit
is 'The Mau who Laughs,' and nothing
The pri'ie of the first volume is sixty
cents, anc. of the second fifty cents. Thcso
books ave beautifully printed, and their
neat Btyle will attract universal admiration.
Wo have also received from the same
firm the monthly (and first) part of Apple?
ton's Journal-an illustrated weekly of a su?
perior order, both as regards typography
and general make up. It is of convenient
style for binding. Fifty cents can bo profit?
ably iuvested in the purchase of one of
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
is called to the following advertisements,
published for the first time this morning:
Thos. J. LaMotto-Bankrupt Notices.
D. B. Miller-Richland-In Equity.
Chisholm Brothers-Saw Sharpeuer.
J. J. Dreher-8mnt Machine.
A. C. Lyles-Notice.
DELICIOUSLY MEDICINAL.-This is the
universal verdict pronounced upon PLANTA?
TION BITTERS by all who have tried them.
The well-known health-promoting ingre*
dients from which they are made, and their
invaluable merits os a remedy for indiges?
tion and all its consequent ailments, and
thc preventive qualities against diseases
arising from climatic changes, miasmatic
influences and imperfect secretions, are so
widely known and so honorably endorsed,
that wo trust no one will forego the advan?
tages of their use.
MAONOLIA WATER.-Superior to tho best
imported German Cologne, aud sold at half
the price. MS Jlf3
AN IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION.-Dr.
Tutt's Lt7er Pills ore TITRELY VEGETABLE,
and aro adapted to young and old, mnleand
female, aud may be taken at all times, with?
out restraint of occupation, without change
of living, without diet an i without tho fear
of taking cold during all kinds of weather
and in all climates; xirr.v CONTAIN NO MER?
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