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?UDUaniD DAILY ABB THI-WEEKLX.
f H ig GLEANER,
STEHT WEDNESDAY M O II KINO.
*Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
KDITOB AMD PROPRIETOR.
Ifflce on Hain Street, above Taylor.
CV Book and Job Printing of every dec erip
?ioii promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in the Daily at 75 coats por square
for the first and 50 cents each subsequent in
sortion. Long advertisements by the woek,
month OT year, at reasonable rates.
S UI3HCltIFTION ?
Daily, six months, $* U0; Tri-Weekly, 2 5( ;
Weokly, 1 50.
[ Tnnt DEMON Fnoo.-A man named
Southworth, living in lower East Ten?
nessee, bas just ejected from his sto
maoh a frog which has been living there
for fifteen years. Mr. Southworth has
had a great deal of trouble with that
frog. It need to begin to croak at the
most unreasonable hours. When South
worth would go to chnrob, for instance,
the frog would remain quiet until the
congregation were eDgnged in silent
prayer, and then it would Bet up such a
terrifie, howl t*>at the sexton would ruBU
in and collar Southworth, and drag him
ont to quiet down in the graveyard.
Sometimes the frog would give a noc?
turnal serenade after Southworth was
fast asleep in bed, and then Southworth
would rise, as mad as anything, and
seize the stomach-pump and try to draw
the frog np. But the subtle reptile had
had that triok played on it too often
during those fifteen years, and it always
shinned np the tube a piece, cut off the
draught, and waited until Southworth
exhausted himself. Southworth never
fooled that frog a great deal. And when
frogs were in season, Southworth used
to fish for this one with a fly; but it al?
ways refnsed to rise, and tho fly buzzed
around so in Sonthworth's alimentary
canal that it nearly tickled Southworth
to death. So Southworth had to wait
until the other day, when the frog
thought it would como np and go and
see a friend; and, when it did come,
Southworth killed it with a fork. He
says the frog used to eat twice ns much
as he did; but we have been thinking it
over; and it seems to us the statement
must be exaggerated somehow.
j Louisville Courier-Journal
CONSISTING in part of HUBS,
Spokes, Felloes, Shafts, Wheels,
Poles, Bolts, Malleable Castings,
Fifth Wheels, Bands, Enamelled
Leather, Daub. Leather, Patent aud Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carpet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Fire and other Iron, Bush Frames,
Paints, Oils, Carrirge Varnishes, Ac, Ac.
Our stock of ttieee goods ia second lo none in
Columbia, and those desiring to purchase,
voill save money by calling on
Sept ll_J. A T. B. AG NEW.
Bich, Rare and Ruby,
a a TE have just received nu extensive nddi
W tion to our stock of WINES and LI
QUORS, which will comparo favorably, in pu?
rity, with any stock In tho United States.
We mention: Superior Heidsiek; Verzenay
Moet A Ohandon; Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin;
Cortaillod Mousseaux, and other hrunds ol
CHAMPAGNE. J. A F. Kartell's Cognac
BRANDY-believed to be thc only lot of this
celebrated brand in tho citv. Old Wheat Bour?
bon WHISKEY-18G0. ?enuino Hungarian
BITTERS. Partaga, La Creina and Concilia
clan CIGARS-genuino Havanas. Call and
?ry them. PAY81NGER A FRANKLIN,
Jan 28 Exchange Honeo.
The Pollock House
!r?"4i /~\ HAS been overhauled ftgp^.
'sS^LC/and fitted up for the win-<dKHB"K
^?fiy ter Boason. OYSTERS,
FISH and GAME served up in the usual stvlo.
The Private LUNCH ROOM bas been refit
ted, and guests may expect proper attention.
Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
All the above at retail, for 25 cents per can.
Also, Condensed Milk, Salmon, Oysters, Lima
Beana, Pine Apple, Sardines, Pickles. Catsups,
Ac. For sale at very lowest prices, nv
Deo 16 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
T. F. BRODIE. B. E. llUD?IH?. H. C. HPDOXK8.
BK OBIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LIBERAL advances made on Consignments.
Refer to ANDREW SlMONDS.Eeq., Presi?
dent 1st National Bank, Charleston, S. C.
Aun '25 8mo
COMP <l UND ACID
PHOSPHATE OP LIME,
FOR C0MP0S1INO u?lh COTTON SEED.
THIS article is manufactured by tho Pacific
Ouano Company, at CharloBton, S. C ,
under the superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN
BAVENEL. When composted with an equal
weight ol Cotton Seed, its results have been
found fully equal to tho best standard Fertil?
izers. Its economy must commend it to the
not ico of planters generally.
For specific directions for composting and
for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN 8. REESE & CO.,
Dec 24 iSmo General Agents, Baltimore.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
tho Southern States for its remarkable
effects as an agency for increasing the pro?
ducts of labor, as not to require special re?
commendation from us. Its uso for fivo years
past bas established its character for reliable
excellence. Tho largo fixed capital invested
by tho Company in this trade affords tho
surest guarantco of the continued excellence
of its Guano. J. N. ROBSON,
Belling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN 8. REE8E & CO.,
Dec 24 t-hno General Agents, Baltimore.
W FIRST PRIZE
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the blood and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure 38V//
otfs and other Fryers, Fever and
slf/tic, Chilis, Diarrhoea, 7Jysen
f?ry, Dyspepsia, Sea - Sick'itcss,
('alie, Choiera, Choiera Jlforbus,
and every complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
(^"Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
office of ,
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
C4 & G6 Water Street, N. Y.
CLACIUS A WITTE. Charleston. General
Agents fur State South Carolina. F?bl3||}ly
Smoked Tongues and Strips.
I/^W^Vf \ POUNDS Breakfast BACON
tV/v/v/ and Smoked Buffalo Tongues,
for aale low, for cash. E. HOPE.
Eighteen Years of Practical Success I
INTRODUCED IN 1852. ? PATENTED DEC EM DER 20, 1859.
Oldest Super - Phosphate Manufactured in this Country!
S?PBE-FE?SFHJTE OF LIM I,
Composed of Bones. Phosphat ic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal Animal
Matter and Sulphuric Acid.
- No 8alt, Planter, Salt Cake, Nitre Cake, nurung adulli rant of HOV kind tired. --
?3-Thu ammoniacal animal matter nerd m MapiV Nitrogtnizt d Supt r-l'hoi-pha tc of
Lime consists of tho Flesh, (containing 10 pi ref nt (?I Ammonia,) and the Mood, (contain
ine 15 per cent, of Ammonia.) of homed, beeves, tish and other animal?, after ? x pres ti on of
tho fat and oil by steam. Send for a pamphlet. KINSMAN & IIOUELL,
Jan 12 i Um o General Agents, 128 Earl Pay, Cha rle ttl h, S. C.
1. k W. C. SWAFFIBin,
^NOTBEK lot of those popular Glengarry. Ganiek and King William CAPE OVER?
Ihoso Perfect-Pitting White and Fancy SfllliTS.
Czar and Lee HATS, new at)les.
Extra Pino English BROADCLOTH, for fine P-rese Coats, all of whlob wiU be sold at low
prices. Jan ll
li ~~M I . I F
UANUFACTURKD AT TUE
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
BY TUE SULPHURIC ACID AMI SIPER-PHOSPIIATE COMPANY.
THE now well-known ETIWAN GUANO in manufactured from the Nativo Bono Phosphat?e
of Bout h Carolina. 'J h eec Phosphaten, in their natural stato, aro insoluble, and re?
quire to be ground to powder, and made soluble by Sulphuric Acid. This Company have
now in operation the largest Sulphuric Acid Chambers at tho South, ard ate, therefore, able
to manufacture, at the lowest raten, tho highcBt grade of Fertilizer; it beinR clear that tho
greater tho proportion of Soluble Pbosphato which nov Fertilizer contains, tho ICSB tho
quantity ri quired per acre. In order to make the Fertdizer complete. Ammonia and Potash
iu sufficient quantities arc added. With these views tho Company manufacture and offer for
Warranted to contain from 15 to 20 FEB CENT, OF DISSOLVED BONE THOFI HATE OF LIME, and
from 2 to 2$ por cont, of AMMONIA, willi a sutlicicnt addition of PERUVIAN GUANO and POTASH,
to adapt it to all crops. Prico $55 per ton, cash; on time, (00 per ton, and intercut 7 por cent,
Cf high grade, suitable for maiiufacturcrH or for planters, being in itself an excellent Fertil?
izer, and specially adapted Tor compost. As lat ge quantitii s ol Sulphuric Acid are uted to
dissolvo tho Phosphate, this will he found a cheap and cnnvtnhnt way to transport that
material. The grade furnished will be from 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved Bono Phosphate.
Prico $10 por ton. cash: on tim?, ?45, with interest at 7 pelf cent, per annum. Still higher
grades will bc furnished to order at an additional price per centagc.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
Specially prepared for composting with cottonseed and other plantation manures. Trice
$35 per ton, cash; on time, $40, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
At much lower rates, consisting pimply of the Native Bone Phosphates ground to powder.
Price $20 per ton, catii; on time, $22 and interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
Agents, No. 14 Anger's Wharf, Charleston, S. Cg
R. O'NEALS A SON, Agents. Columbia, S. C. .
N.B. Tho per cent age of Dissolved Bone Pbopphalo of Lime, and Ammonia in all tho
Eliwans, is ascertained at the Works, hy their Chi mi?t, bctoro delivery. Should any pur?
chaser be disf-atisfled, he may retuin aveiago temples ot any j airbase, within thirty "(30)
da.VB after delivery, and they will he analyzed anew, and any deficiency in the per cintago
guaranteed will be made good to bim by tho Company. Jan 21 12mo
K AW BONE
nra m? MAH
---^? . ?? -
FOR SALE BY !(L
WHANN'S proved itself the Lost of all those
of f'20.00 per acre of cotton. A copy of Mr.
For salo by
Jan 12 lim;
THE GREAT FERTILIZER
FOR COTTOS AMI ALL CROPS.
The unparalleled SUCCORS of this Great Fer?
tilizer on ALL CROPS, proves it to be tho
BEST and CH EA Pi ST Manure now offered in
thc market. It has been used by many of tho
most eminent Planters in tho South, and in
every single instance it has given entire satis?
faction. On COTTON its effects have been
particularly marked. It is no raro thing tor
WHANN'S PHOSPHATE to increase the vield
from ONE HUNDRED TO TWO HUNDRED
PER CENT., or even mon !
Mr. George C. Dixon, un eminent planter of
Cameron, Ga., in a letter to the Ronner (nat
Pin ??fer, says that in an experiment with seven
leading Super-Phosphates and Guanos, the
tried, paying a tiff profit at tho low maikct rate
Dixon's letter furnished on application.
CLAUIIOUK, IlICIUtlNG ?fe CO..
Charleston. S. C., and Augusta. Ga.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON
THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES A WEEK,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
ELEGANT STATE ROOM
^ea Voyage 10 to 13 Hours
Shorter, via Charleston.
M. S. WOODULL, Com munder,
R. W. LOCKWOOD, Coin OJ II n dor,
JAMES HRIIRY, Commaude-r.
T. J. LOCKWOOD, CtimiuandeT.
S. CROWELL, Commander.
SAM ADKINS, Commander.
ALEX. HUNTER, Commander.
JAMES ADGER A CO , Agents,
Charleston, S. G.
C. II. ASHCROFT, Commander
Total Gapacity 40,000 Bales Monthly.
THE SOUTH CAIGUNA RA I LP. GAD COMPANY, and conrectirg roads West, in alliance
with the fleet ot Thirteen FlRKT-CLAt-S bl'lr AMMJ II S, to the above ports, invite atten?
tion to the QUICK '1IML ano REGULAR DESPATCH kfioidcd to tbe business public in the
Cotton Stat, b .it the
POET OF CHARLESTON!
Offtiirg 'acuities of Kail and Sea Transportai ii ns for Freight nnd Passengers not equalledin
exec lien ci and capacity at any other Port. 'I he following tpLndid Ocean Steamers are regu?
larly on thc line
B To 3XT?"\*7- Yorls..
WAGNER, HUGER ? CO.,
WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agonis, Charleston, ft; C.
EVER M AN,
C. HINCKLEY, Commander.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. 0.|??
To IES altimore.
FALCON, MARYLAND, SEA GULL,
HORSEY, CnuituHiider. JOHNSON, Commander. DUTTON, Coinmnnder,
SAILING DAYS,.EV EVY Fl F J H DAY. I
T. 0. TRENHOLM. Agent, Charl? ston, 8 C.
HATES (I UAH A A TEED AS LOW AS THOSE OF COMP Ell AO LINES.
Marino I laurance One-ball ot One Pt r t'eut
Through Dills fd Lading and 1 brough Tickets can ho had at ali ihi; principal ltailn ; d
Offices in Soul h Carolina, Ueorgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi
State Roonis may be eeenren in advance, without extra charge, ly addi erfcittg Ag? lils ol
the Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices, in all catee, the Haili nd Tickets t-bou'd he
exchanged and Beithb arsigm d.
The Through Ticket hy thin ronlo includes Transfers, M< fis and Stale Room while on
The South Carolii.a Railroad and its connecting Iii.is have largely incl e? ced their facili?
ties for tho .apid movement of freight and passengers bet w? cn Norihern cities and thc South
and West. Ci m lori able Night Cars with tho Holmes Chair, without extra charge, have been
introduced First-class Fating Saloon at Branchville.
Freight pri.mpth traiisfeired Irom Steamer to Lay and Night Trains ot South Carolina
Railn ad. Close connections modo with other Roads, delivering Fi eights atdistant pointe
with the greatest pu imp tm es. Tb? Managers are cotfldeit ?bat their Line cannot be sur?
passed in Despatch and tho Safe Delivery of Goods.
B. O. HA8ELL, P. O. Box 4,079, Office 31T Bronilwuy, Ntw York.
S. B. PICK ENS, ED. H. BARNWELL,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent, General Freight Agent,
South Carolina Railroad. I ('ct 4 J6mo South Carolina Railroad.
Book, Job and Newspaper
STEAM PRIXTIXG ESTABLISHMENT
THE Proprietor of the PHOENIX bas fitted up
and thoroughly furnished hi? oflice for the
execution of all binda letter press PRINTING.
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The Type, Border, Ruin, Ornamenta, Cut?,Ac.
areof MODERN STYLE and carefully ?elected.
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The Presse? aro >a?i???.- f<f the MOST
APPROVED MOBB?. PATTERNS
Hoc, Adm.is ^?S&fiL und I.il.er
ll lin Ind iijWjWffl'lx in? Platen
hui nuil *^??5& m . Ovlinder
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Profesional Men, Merchants. Manufacturers
and Mechanics, supplied with any style work.
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A large stock
of Card*, Card
band to select
With the LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, the style, quality and cost of
work cannot fail tn give satisfaction.
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Ordert from abroad will ri cvivo IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and the work forwarded
to its dir filiation without delay.
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Chilla the only >^g^Ai<"'/??'- establishment
in tho State, jp?Rv.*? >i3r where Sheet
POSTERS, SSBkCM X&'is <*c can.be
SET UP ^?sBaki$B&^- hi style.
CALL. "^st?iSSr^r SEE,
Feb 26 JULIAN A. 8ELBY, Proprietor.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MARCH 1, 1871.
ON and after Ibis
dato, tho following
schedule will bo run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Traine on South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
going North and South on Charlotte, Colombia
atm Augusta Railroad:
Leave Columbia at. 7 00 a. m.
'. Alston. 9.10 a. tn.
" Newberry. 11.16 a. m.
" Cokesbury.3.00 p.m.
*. Belbm. . 5.0Ufp. m.
Arrive at Oreenvillo. 0.30 p.m.
Leave. Greenville at. C.15 a. m.
" Belton.8.05 a. m.
?* Cokesbury.10.07 a.m.
" Abbeville.8 15 a. m.
" Newberry. 1.50 p.m.
" Alston. 4(5 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.55 p. ni.
THOM. DODAMKAI), General Hup.
M. T. BARTLETT, General Tieket Agent._
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILKOAD COMPANY,
COLUMUIA, H. C., January 19,1871.
ON and after Bon
day, the 22d instant,
Passenger Trains upon thin Hoad will arrive
:ind leave as follow*:
THAIN NO. 1.
Leave Charleston at.8.20 a m
t rrivo at Columbia at.3.40 p m
Leave Columbia at.12.16 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.7.60 p m
Leave Camden, Sundays excepted, at.9 60 a m
Arrive at Kingvillo at.1 20 p m
Leavo Kin?ville, Sundays excep'd, at.2 80 p m
Arrive at Camden at.6.00 p m
Tho abovo Trains run in connection with
Wilmington,Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
connecting with TrainB for Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Trains for Aupmta, Geor
Kia-making clone connections with Night
Trains of Georgia Railroad avd Central Rail?
road, for all pointB South and Weat.
TRAIN NO. 2-NIGHT ExrnEES.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.6 00 a rn
Lcavo Columbia at.7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.0.45 a m
This Train rnna in connection with Up Au
! ? UH ta Trains, mnkiog clone connection with
i Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad il oin
I iug Trains, for all points South and West.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B/PirKTNH. Oenpral Ticket Agent. Jan 21
. Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLIMHIA, S. C., January 17, 1871.
.mtaWM ON and ofter SUNDAY,
ESS^SW?".Tannarv 22, tho Paceen
gcrtrain* over thin Road will run SH follows:
GOINO Nom H.-No. 1. No. 2.
STATIONS. ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Augusta 8 (0 am COO pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm 11.05 pm 11.4*0 pm
Winnub'ro 3.17 pm 3 37 pm 1.25 am 127 am
Chester 5 07 pm 5.10 pm 2 50 am 3.CO am
Charlotte 7.30 pm 5.30 am
Qui Nd Soi TH.-No. 1. No. 2.
AltlllVE. LEAVE. I ARRIVE. I.FAVK.
Clmrlotte 8.00 am 8 10 pm
OliCi-ter 10 20 am 10 23 an.?10.27 pm 10 30 pm
WliiDBb'o ll 55 am 11.58 nm ll 55 pm ll.58 pm
Columbia 2.1(1 nm 2.28 pm 2 13 am 2.28 am
Augusta 7.45 pm 7.?10 am
GOINO Norn II.-Train No. 1 makes close
DAILY CONNECTIONS Ul Chill lotte for All points
Neill II ililli li AST.
Train No. 2 makes .-ame e< nrctions, SUNDAYS
(ioiNo SofTH.-Train No. 1 makes close
DAILY CONNECTIONS at Augusta with trains
of Georgia and Contra] Georgia Railroads,
for all points South, South-west und Went.
Train No 2 maker) same connections, SUN?
No niglit trains will leave Charlotte, Au?
gusta or intermediate point? on Sundays.
Through Tickets sold und bngtrnge checked
to principal points. J. M. SELKIRK. Sup.
E. lt. DORSEY, Geii?ralTicket Ag? nt.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO ,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., Januar 25. 1871.
> EE IB**. """"?ffiBBir-1 TRAINSwill be run over
ggtik^p?^sSi?c (i,[H i;UU(i aa follows:
El press. Mu il.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. LEAVE.
I Charlotte 5 35 a m 8.00 p m
! Salisbury 8.08 a m 8 13an 10.31 p m lt,.39 p m
j Gr'nsb'oll.05amll 20am 1.30am 1.45 am
Co8hopl2 50 p m 105pm 2 57 am 3.17 am
I Hillsb'ro 2 28 pm 2.33 pm 4 27 a in 4 29am
I Raleigh 5.12 am fi.38 a m 7.10 am
; G ok!.-boro 10.55 a m
I Goldsboro 3 00 p ni
Haleigh 8.45am fi 58 p m 7.40 a ra
HiUttbroll.07amll.10pm 10 ( 0 a m 10.C2 a m
Cot?liopPi 30pm 12 60pm 11.12 a m ll 45 a ra
Gr'utb'o 2 10p m 2 20pm 1.10 am 2 00 am
Salisb'rv 5.15 p ni 5.20 pm 4 60am 4.66 am
I Charlot tt-7.50 pm 7.30 a m
! Jan 27 W. H. GREEN. Mee, Tre.n?.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
I ensaaatj Leave Anderson. 4.20 P.M.
I jgg?|B? " Pendleton. 5 20 "
I - '. Perryville.6.00 .?
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 .?
I Leave Walhalla.-3.30 A. M.
'. Perryville.4.15 .'
*' Pendleton._ 5 30 "
Arrive at Anderson.(j 15 "
' Waiting at Anderson one hom foi tl.? m rival
; of"np train on Greenville ai.d Columbia Road.
1 July 31 W. H. D. GAILI.A1.D. Snp,
Winter Schedule Spar g & Union Boad
MMB?m SSS? !?? ,r?SJ!S
Trains will go down on MONDAYS. WTrDNEB
DAY8 and FRIDAYS; leavii g Spartanburg
Court Hont-e. at 7 20 A.M.. und arriving at
; linton 1.35 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, TH UP SD AYS
I ?nd SATURDAYS, will 1? ave Al-ton Ht 9 50 A.
I M.. and arrive a! Spurtanhnrp nt 8 40 P. M.
THOMAS B. JETER, rrcsidi nt.
Thief Proof Drawers.
THF undersigned li H YO ree? ?veil Ihe Ag? nev
or these DRAWERS. Th>y are, the nnc
i thingntertfulforthepro.1 nu.--v
I (ectUm of t-oery store ata RfvLUWI/l/V, g
shop in L'uluinbta, ni IMPROVED , j
fouling a nur- proteo T , n
lionfromthe lieHI-fln I ILL LOCKS DRAWER
i gered gentry. F??rsah -
low, by FAIRBANKS A CO., |s
i J. AT. lt. AGNEW. AOKNTS, N
252 Broadway, N.Y. Bj
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my non-bine in operation, I
now inlorui i lie public that I am leady
lu tupplv anv and ?llorders for ICE. Price t?o
cents per pound bj ihe retail. For 100pounds
or more, agreements will ho made. Tb? Ice
can be ubi urned at either tho upper or lower
st or:.. J. C. SEEGERS.
SUGAR cnn d SHOULDERS,
Fulton Market B< of,
All choice and for sale- at reduced price*.
Jan 27 EDWARD HOPK