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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
PU?LISUKl) DAII.Y \NI> TKI-WKEKL.Y.
T? ir, GLEANER, ?
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
Office on Main street, a few doors above
Taylor (or Camden I street.
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Weekly, ' " " . 1 50
Inserted at 75 cents per square for thc tirst
insertion, and 50 cents For each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
aar'A liberal <!!*<.<>,<,,t made on the dltove
rates tc/ien adc? rtisemt nts ore inserted \><j
the nwnth or year.
B.vNKnriT ACT OFFICIALS.--Chief
Justice Chase is already overwhelmed
by applications for appointments as
registers under the Bankrupt Act.
He will not appoint any one until !
after tho meeting of the Supreme j
Court, in April next. Where several
Counties aro embraced in ono Con- !
gressional District, ono register will !
probably be selected for each County, I
and nono will be appointed except,
lawyers who stand at the head of their
profession, who will be rigidly ex- I
amined, as these positions are regard- i
ed as of as much importance us that
<d United States district judge, and
the fees will bo fixed by the Supreme I
Court so that the best attorneys can '
alford to attend to it. Where there
arc any number of persons who de- 1
sire to take the benefit of the law, j
Ibo position of register will be very ,
ANTI STU.i. AXOTHI::: CAULK.-The i
New York Times says:
We understand that negotiations
have bern on foot for sumo time on
the part of tho Emperor Napoleon
with certain parties in this country, :
with tho sanction ol our Government,
to lay au Atlantic e.odo between
Brest and New York. We have rea?
son to believe, from the best authori?
ty, that the Emperor is favorably
disposed to the enterprise, and is
willing to give all bis influence to
encourage the capitalists.
Efl ort s are beim; made to extend
the Scoharie Valley Railroad to the
Hudson River, if possible, along the
route of the old Canaiouarie and
<.)/\/Y b'.'.l.s. st PER. FLOUR.
^iVA t LOU ?.Us. Extra
bhls. choice Familv
20 " Heckcr's Self-raisins "
On hand and for sale low bv
March lfi J. A T. K. AO NEW.
THE UNDERSIGNED will
oi.eu, <m MONDAY EVENING,
_isth Mureil. :i Night School for
B^&yomii; men and boys.
Terms very low.
Apply f>ir information at thc
school-room?, on Asscnihlv street, to
W. Hf ISON WIGG,
Maren 1? 3* T"< iicberOity Male School.
THE SECRET SENTINEL !
A SPEAKING WATCHMAN! Never j
CX. e;tt>. ill ?;ik- or sleeps. ( '.ill lie S CCU at !
the COTTON ??IN WAREHOUSE.
ft?rVisitors are requested not to call
after dat k. March 1.3
I>ERS< ?NS needing n MONTHLY NURSE
may be accommodated bv calling <-n
.Mrs. S.'A. DINKINS, in University Cam?
pus. East end. North side. Mareil 13 G
CORN AND PEAS.
mWO THOUSAND bushels prime White!
1 and Yellow CORN.
400 bushels sound ? LAY PEAS, in store \
and fur sale bv E. A G. 1?. HOPE.
?y*K.THtMTSAND gallons choice CUBA
2o(t R?lions New Orleans SY'RUP. For
side low. E. .\ G. D. HOPE.
ikie and Porter
rpEN easks EMNEURG ALE. pints.
1 I;URL1N PORTER, pints. For sale bv
Mureil l:; E. & G. i>. HOPE.
VSELECTED STOCK of vcrv excellent
FRENCH UON-RONS, CREAM CHO?
COLATES. .TELIA CAKES, \c . at
.MC KENZIES CONFECTIO ?ERV.
Plain strei t, near Central House.
'darell 12 _
Printing Material For Sale.
A N assortment ot TYPE and MATERI
_r\_ AL, snfiicii ut i" publish a 1 rge sized
pap? r, is oin red for sale at a very reason?
able price. Tho TYPE is as gomias new.
For further particulars, apply at this
office. Feb 23_
JOHN H. HEISE,
O o ii Fe C t i <> n e r%
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
(BANDIES manufactured daily, at. as low
j as can be laid down here from the
North, gi ir Corner of Plain and Marion
streets. Feb 3
CONSUMPTION A\i> RHEUMA?
TISM.--Consumptive persons will find, in
addition to tho ordinary medicines pre?
scribed, such as "Cod Liver Oil," "Hypo
phosphite ot' Liine,'' "Expectorants," Ac,
a valuable ami certain remedy in the
"Queen's Delight Compound." lt restores
the weak tn strength, it stimulates tliecir?
culation, a. invigorates the system, it puri?
fies tho blood. Taken with Cod Liver Dil,
consumption may be disarmed of its ter?
ror and a cine speedily accomplished.
In rheumatism, everything depends
upon thc purity of blood. What is rheu?
matism? A humor in the blood, which, it'
not removed, produces painful swellings
and eula i, . . ment of the joints. Thc
.'Queen's Delight" w ill remove all humors
of the blood. Sec advertisement. None
genuine without the copy-right mark. Fer
sale by FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists.
Feb 12 tus
THE rilAMvhIX BRICK MA?
CHINE, justly celebrated for perfect sim?
plicity, great strength and immense com?
pressing power, is guaranteed, with eight
men and two horses, to self-temper the
clay and make 3,000 to 3,500 elegant bricks
per hour. J. H. RENICK, Proprietor, No.
71 Broadwav, New Voi le, Room 'is.
F.d. 1 * 3mo
ARTIFICIAL. E V ICS.-\\ VJ" IF ICI AL
HUMAN EYES made t>> order and inserted
by Dis. F. BAUCH and I'. GOUGELMANN,
(formerlyemployed by Boissonneau, Paris,)
No. 309 Broadway, New York. Oct 17 ly
COLGATE'S HONKY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in Mich
universal demand, is made ?'rom the
choicest materials, is milt! und emol?
lient in nature-, fragrantly scented*
and extremer,- beneficial in its action
upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. Mureil 2H Iv
Tlie Gravest Maladies
OF YOUTH ANO RAKIA' MANHOOD.
Howard Association Essays, on thc phy?
siology of the passions, and the errors,
abuses and diseases peculiar to thc first
a^'c of man, with reports on new methods
of treatment employed in this institution.
Sent in scaled letier envelopes, free of
charge. Address Du. .1. S KILLIN
IIOUC.HToN. Howard Association, Phila
I dolphin. Pa. .Tan 15 3mo
BATCHELORS HAIR UVE_This
: splendid Hair Dye is the best in thc world.
? The only fin* und ju rfect Thje-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedies the ill effects of bad
; dy; s. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft
' and beautiful. The genuine is signed Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All others are mere
, imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
I SI Barclay street, New York. SS" Beware
of a counterfeit. Dec ll ly
Southern School Readers,
r^OK beginners and advanced scholars.
SOUTHERN SPELLERS and FRI
1 MERS, by R. Sterling, A. M., of North
I STERLING SOUTHERN COPY BOOKS.
All the above are neatly printed on good
paper, and are recommended by the North
; Carolina Superintendent of Public Schools
' and bv the Legislature <>f Alabama.
Mei ' Al IT E K'S 1 ?00l\ STORE.
Opposite Lawvers1 flange, Columbia.
March G K. L. BRYAN.
Mackerel and Cheese.
4 f\ KI TS NO. 1 MAC-'EKEL, pu: up
-rvt expressiv for familv usc.
tn boxes choice CUTTING CHEESE.
.lits! received and fur sale ?OW bv
March 7 _ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
rTtEN bids. SEEGERS" LACER BEER-a
A_ tim- article, at
March 7 .1. C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
At wholesale and on draught.
March 7 .1 >HN C. SEEGERS <fc CO.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
/A BOXES CUTTING CHEESE.
. )U Hi kegs Goshen and State BUTTER.
: For .-ab- LOW bv th.- package.
Man n 7 " E. >v O. I). HOPE.
rni'.N bbls. Heck? !.*.- Self-raising FLOUR.
X 20 .. !' - ' ra N < ' I'M >UU.
, March 7 .biilN c. SEEGERS A CO.
SARDINES ! SARDINES ! !
ONE THOUSAND b ses Sardines. ?nsl
received, and tor sale a: TWEXTi
CENTS per box.
Maven c. ,T. A- T. R. AGNEW.
HAMS! HAMS ! !
TWO HUNDRED Sugar-cured Hams,
just received, and for saleatTWEN 1'Y
I CENTS per pound bv
March lt .1. A T. R. AGNEW.
I MANURE FORKS!
LONO and SHORT-HANDLED MA?
NURE FORKS a complete assortment
i just received anil for sah- bv
I March 3 J. A T.'R. AGNEW.
4 f\ BBLS. PEACH-BLOW POTATOES,
4fc" " j ufe received and for saie low bv
March 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
OPEN THIS DAY !
SPRING STYLES OF
f?^^j BONNETS AN I" HATS.
^OMf M?.NOS.' it1 kA i"DI"
? MRS. s. A. SMITH'S.
<? tt^? March 11 ths:c,:i
Ale, Porter, Soda
MINERAL WATEK, ETC.
THE subscriber, who has
?\y.\v\ been engaged in the manu
J-'^facture and salcof the above
'in Charleston for the past
sixteen ye ars, has opened a '
branch ?if his business in Columbia, lb
has just imported Machinery ot' the most
improved kinds. His manufacturing es?
tablishment is in Lady street, third door
1'rom Bull. All orders should beaccompa- |
nicd with the cash. Orders from the coun?
try promptiv attended to. Address
JAMES COSG1K >VE,
March U Imo* Post Oflice Box 23. !
Choice Hams, Sec. I
."> TIERCES DAVIS, Jr., Liam.cid Han-.
. > 15 bbls. Jersey Peach Blow Potatoes,
Firkins and tubs Goshen Lutte,-.
Stilton, Factory, Pine Apple and Goshen '.
15 kitts fre-b No. 1 Mackerel,
Hhds. prime Lacon Sides. Ac, Ac.
.lust received and tor sah- bv
March 12 C. H. BALDVvIN .V C< >.
Family Residence for Rent.
... THAT well known aud commodious |
, |77?* RESIDENCE, on Boundary, near j
JuiuLMaiu street, with every necessary
eoe veli lenee. ! known as the So! idle v House. I :
offered for nut. Price moderate. Applv
! t<> JACOB LEVIN,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
('..mer Asseaiblv and Plain streets.
FIFTY ?IEOES ?
JUST KEGEI*ED t
AND WILT, BE SOLD VERY L< >\V.
R. & W. C. SW?FFILB.
March 14 BEDELL'S ROW.
TIERCES choice s. C.
/? ^7^? HAMS, at 2<)c. per lb. fSFfi?
?- Tie.-ces Biamond liAMS:Si?^
s and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at j
s prime LAGUAYRA and P.IO COF?
FAMILY FLOUR, unexcelled in unality. :
With other FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
The subscribers are receiving, and will
at an early dav have in store, a large stock ?
of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, of su?
It will be not only our aim, but deter- ,
initiation, to offer ou'lv FLESH GOODS, :
from tirst hands, at RATES As LOW AS i
Tills MARKET AFFORDS.
Match ii C. IL BALDWIN A CO.
ICE CHEAM GARDEN.
I?UNE NORTHERN APPLES.
1 - ORANGES,
.xes LAYER P USINS.
io half boxes LAYER RAISINS.
March s JOHN C. SEEGERS CO.
COHN ill MCI!
ONT. THOUSAND lbs. BACON SI I ?ES
n id SHOULDERS.
I.2W bushels White and Yellow < ORN.
; il illi'.ls. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES "in w
P fi bbls. GOLDEN SYPPP.
?10 s:..-ks FAMILY FLOUR.
IO bags Rio and Laguavra COFFEE.
Bushels SEED OATS.
Wh.ii.: we offer in quantities to suit pur?
chasers. COPELAND A BEARDEN.
M:. n h ?? 14
i ,:;;:1;;:, DOUBLE ACTION
Patent Revolver I I
DO YOU WANT ONE?
IHAVE just received tho State agencv
for COOPER'S DOUBLE ACTION PA?
TENT REVOLVER-NINE DIFFERENT
SIZES. P. is cocked with equal facility by
the hammer or trigger, ami combines se?
curity from accidents and celerity of tire.
The Pjstol is similar in liuisii and calibre
? to Colt's.
j Wholesale dealers will lind it to their ad
i vantage to purchase these ia preference to
I anv other Pistol.
! Call .it the office of the Cotton Gin Ware?
house and sec fm* yourselves.
1 -M?".?'" 7 <imo " A. It. COLTON.
i-f f\BUSHELS PEAS, to arrive, for
sale LOW bv
March 10 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Davenport Female College,
Lenoir. Caldwell County. N. C.
Rev. .7. It. GRIFFITH. President.
Rev. s. A. WEBER. Resident Professor.
!.. F. WHITAKER, Esq.. Professor of Music.
Mrs. C. A. WILIU'U, Teacher in Literary
Miss SARAH RANKIN, Teacher of Painting
and 1 ?ra ? ing.
A. A. Scuooos, M. 0., Lecturer on Anato?
jgt^ LENOIR is beautifully situ
qjBk ated in one of the most lioalth
??"I fol localities of the mountain
^region of Western North Caro
? lina. Pupils from the more un?
healthy portions of South
Carolina would lind it to their advantage
to spend the summer months at school in
this plaee. All the facilities usual in Fe?
male Colleges will be afforded by the com?
petent and attentive board of teachers.
Pupils will be admitted at any time, and
charged from time of admission to the end
< if the session.
Passengers for Lenoir from South Caro?
lin;! should come on Charlotte and Colum?
bia Railroad to Charlotte, thence on Cen?
tral N. C. Railroad to Salisbury, tie nee on
the Western Extension to Hickory Station,
thence by hack to Lenoir.
The President of thc College will take
pleasure in meeting yoting ladies at the
Railroad, (Hickory Station, ) and convey?
ing them to the institution free of charge.
.March 10 12
THE undersigned has
????STOCK OF CLOCKS, which is the
largest and best selected brought here in
a number of vais, and which can bc
bought at a great advantage. He has also
on hand a large and Well selected stock of
Ladies' and Genfs Tip-top Pens.
JI E J* A IR I X G .
In ail its branches. IIAIRWOEK BKA1
::> and MOUNTED.
At J. Sulzbaeher A C
Fifty Bozen Hats,
AT HEW YO'KK COST!
FOR THREE DAY* ONLY!
CONSISTING of Gents'. Bovs' and
Youths' CASSIMKRE. REAVER, PA?
NAMA, FELT. WOOL, LEGHORN and
A large stock of EXTRA CARPET RAGS
and Ladies' SATCHELS. Call and exa?
mine, and be convinced.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
. HDDS. MUSCOVADO
MOLARES new ena,
1.) obis. do. do.
SO .' Muscovado SUGAR.
10 " Extra C
5 " Crushed "
:! " " Pnlv.
100 sacks Liverpool Sal:, soamh ss sacks,
lot) lbs. English Blue Stone-, ar ! le.
2.000 lbs. *. Coppera*, at (1 c.
10 half ld.ls. No. 2 MACKEREL.
111 '. .. No. 3
MO boxes SCALED HERRINGS,
in half bbls. No. 1 MACKEREL.
20 boxes Lemon CRACKERS.
20 " Sugar
20 " Oyster
20 " Soda
5 hud.-. Clear BACON SIDES, at reduced
.-. hbds. Bacon Should, rs.
Bbb. Gibson's N. NX, XXX. WHISKEY
Rh!s. O. Bliss- Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
.. Corn and Rve domestic
.. Holland Anchor GIN.
.. American Hope ..
.. Pinct and Roch? Ho BRANDY.
.. Jamaica and Santa Crua ?hm.
?. Sweet Malnga Wine.
With a gene
QUORS, wort I
fair prices. C
ami examine the :
. w ill he offered.
A. L. st >L< ?Mt ?N,
. bom Slaver nx>ns<
On blain stn
HAVING opened nw offit
permanently in Columbia,
may be found at all iiab-s ;
the" rooms over R. C.Wide
son's store, on Main street.
Jan5 D. P. GREGG.
Teas ! Teas ! !
A T VERY HIGH PRICES.
The very best that can be had. Just r
ceivedby FISHER & LOWRANCE.
PRESENTATION CONCERT i
IN AID OF THE
SOI ?UEUN ORPHAN ASSOCIATION :
(JncoV'Oratnl b>i the Legislature of Vir?
ginia, J a u?ary 30,
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
Maryland Institute, Baltimore,
APRIL 30, ist;?.
1M?E protitH ut'tins Conceri will be given
. to the Southern Orphan's Association,
to thc subjoined address from tho officers
of which we call thc attention of the public:
WY. thc officers -d' the Southern Or?
phan's Association, for the maintenance
and education of thc destitute orphans of
deceased Southern (soldiers and sailors,
earnestly solicit the sympathy and co-ope?
ration in our Grand Presentation Concert,
Of all who desire to see the
"HO M K A Xl) H 0 ll O 0 ir
Enabled to receive and care for all the
needy ones who seek its shelter ?ind pro?
Thanking our friends for their past con
tribu'i ins and assistance, wc again appeal
to them to help us in a more extensive i n
terprise. It is thc design of this Associa?
tion to erect a "HOME AND SCH00L"for
the orphans of the South, both male and
b ?nale, on an extensive seale, in the cityof
Richmond, Virginia. As an inducement to
have the building located there, the Com?
mon Council of that city have guaranteed
a sulla ient lot of land, in an elevated and
healthful location, and will increase the
j quantity of land if needed.
It is with a confident hope in a favorable
response to this appeal to a public which
? has in ver ye; failed to sustain a charitable
institution, that we have entored into an
?arrangement with Messrs L.T. PALMER
& CO., No. lil Lol.?dav street, Baltimore,
t.gani/..- a GRAND MUSICAL PRE?
SENTATION CONCERT l u- its benefit,
1 ami earnestly solicit the kindly aid. and pa
I tronage of the public to insure its gucci ss.
! ( Signed, i -,
Mrs. .1. L. H wv...NO. President.
.Mrs. Pr. J. P. BKAN, Vicc-PreJsident.
Mrs. E. A. P. M KA us, Treasurer.
Mrs. Dr. A. G. Kramenr.v. Cor. Sec'v.
Mr. S. IL s. un ::s. Recording Secretary.
Dr. A. o. KranicKLY, Financial Sec'y.
Baltimore, February - -, lsr.7.
. Mr-. V.. A. F. MKAUS, Baltimore, Md.
.Mrs. J. IL ScniKRs,
Mrs. J. L. HAMMOSD,
Mrs. W. L. BOSTOCK,
Mrs. A. HAWKINS.
Mrs. CHAS. McCrr.r.iN,
? Mrs. Dr. J. P. BEAN,
, ti?e institution have been s > numerous and
pr. s.-ing. and tlc- struggle through which
it is now passing ;.. widen tho circle of it:
charities, ts ?>! such au arduous nature,
that thc management cannot too strongly
urge upon the humano and pathetic everv
where an active participation in this addi?
tional attempt to alleviate the sad condi-.
: tion of great numbers of helpless children,
rendered thus by tie: ter ribie war through
.which we have puss. d. And, assuredly,
w'hatever may have been tin- relative p>
: lit ?cal views of ?adie-- and gentlemen here?
tofore, all must agree that the children
referred to could not. by any possibility,
have had any agency in bringing about
. their present deplorable and destitute con?
dition', and arc ' suitable objects for the
charity of al! p. rsons, of whatever shade
.of political opinion. The ..Home and
, School'' which th. v tow more particularly
seek to establish and undow, will beef in?
calculable bein lit. bv providing not onlv
, food and raiment for these helpless oms.
? but likewise s<.lid and t bon mgh education;
thus qualifying tin m for ?uture usefulness
I to society at large.
I In order tba: this appeal may be eSlect
. na! i:i enlist::.g thc active interest ami co
Grand Presenta::' n Mnsicul Concert 500.
000 ticket-., at th - nominal price of $1
1. An ? legan: Faun, of -ll acres.
ble.' !..' . '? ..'A .... ...... ?:'.o,
2. A gift of il 0,000 i:i gold, valued at. Pl.
3. A Farm of ti n v-n-.-. highly im?
proved, near the citv of Baltimore. 10.
4. A gift in Greenbacks .
5. A Three-storv Brick House, with
modern ir.iprovi monte, in Balti
C. AThri-i'-sVor'v BriVliYlonse'. with
mode: :: Imnrov. ment.s, in Balti
19. Om- hui ''red Elliptic Si n ing Ma
i chines, $7."? i ucl. 7,500
! 20. One hurdled Gent's Silver
Watches, $65 each. G,500
?21. One hundred Ladies'Fine Gold
Chain.- and Pin, rh) each. 4,000
22. Two hundred Oil Paintings, $20
j 23. Five hundred Bibles, $20 each. . 10,000
124. Two thousand copies Pollard's
Southern History. $,">. 10,000
25. Two thousand Photographic Al?
20. Two thousand Fino Gold Pens,
in cases, S5.10,000
7. Five hundred Plain Gold liing.-?,
*s each. 4,000
. Two thousand sets Silver-plated
Tea Spoons, i:'. . ... 0,000
8. Two thousand Call Bells, Napkin
Bings. &c, ?:i. 0,000
Til ? balance consists ot the following
Ladies' Work Boxes.
Ladies' ano (lent's (jlovi ~.
Ladies' and Cent's Biding Whips,
i ?pera Glasses,
i HUce and Parlor Furniture,
Black Walnut Frames,
Eugravings, .V.-.. .Ve.
The -.vie .I.- amounting to an aggregate ol
?00,000 Valu.ilile (lifts.
PLAS OK DRAAVIXC.
Duplicate numbers, from 1 to 500.000,
are plaeed in a wheel; the first number,
when drawn out, draws the highest orlirst
gift; tin- second numb? r, when drawn out,
tb.- next highest <>r second gift. .Ve., until
the whole number is drawn.
The distribution will take place after the
Concert, where 6,000 persons can witness
it. A committee will bc chosen from thc
audience to take charge of the sane-.
Al! agents and purchaser-will bo sup?
plied with a correct list of tin- awards as
soon as published.
HCW To OBTAIN TICKETS.
Tickets will be supplied to all Booksell?
ers, Druggists, Music Dealers. &c . where
they can be obtained at il each, <ir in
quantities at club rates.
Circulars, containing full instructions
and terms to agents, will be mailed upon
receipt of a stamp for return postage
Orders may be sent to us oneil - "i?Oe'
money, from $1 to $25, in a r< mistered let?
ter, Stamp enclosed, at our risk. Larger
amounts liv post office order, draft or ex?
press, at tin- following club rates:
5 Tickets to one address.$ ; "if
I IO Tickets to one address. o.
I 2(1 Tickets to one address. 1 H o'
:,.) Tickets t.. om- address. ll (ll
j The name- ol' tin- .igents will !. . pub
j lislied from the Central Oftiee,
I Under and i-i pursuance "f tie- prov,
: Honor, t ?ie ( lommissioner ol' Int? i 1 l?
I mit to the Southern ( Indian's Assoi-iatioi
lins is a p
j that the pmce
table 'object, a'
No. Bi Ibdlidav street. Baltimore,
March 1(5 * Mana-ine Directors.
AV..-/ door lV,vt of tit? Pos/ O?r,;
N . SE R A G H J.
in-.: can !?. obtain* 1 at short ?? ii . .
('BEAM ALF. on draught.
LENCH . vcr. dav from llb ! ..VI.? !..
SFOUTSItON S tiCCOUTPwEItxE '".
u?L -*Z3L 233. UL 22L 1 "? 1 T. 2.
r. W. KRAFT.
Cabinet-maker, Upho' ster<
HAVING resumed tl
hove busim ss, I am i n
ared to execute all kim
I work in the above line at the short,
notice and most reasonable prie s
A variety of COFFINS constantly
hand. Funerals promptly attended.
Aug 30 M. H, BE Mitt
At Brennan .v Carroll's Carriage Factory,
?T'Oit SALE at the
: PHONIX OFFICE.