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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
COLUMBIA, S. 0., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2. 1867.
VOLUME III-NO. ll.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TBI-WEKKLT.
EVKIIY WEDNESDAY MOiUONO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
Office on Main streot, a few doora above
Taylor (or Camdon) street.
Daily Paper, six months.M 00
Tri-Weekly, M " . . :.2 60
Woekly, .? " .1 60
Inserted at 76 cent a per square for the first
inecr tion, an d 60 cents for each subs?quent.
Weekly 76 cents each insertion.
mr A liberal discount made on (he above
rates when advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
J. B. Allen, Chester.
Julias Poppe, Anderson C. H.
8. P. Kinard, Nowborry C. H.
At a course of lectures in a small
town in Illinois, Jhe only lecturers
who paid AV oro Anna Dickinson, P.
T. Barnum, John B. Gough, and
Wendell Phillips. Among tho lec?
turers who did not paj were Horace
Greeley, Ralph Waldo Emmerson
and Rev. Mr. Milburn. ' 'Great God, "
observed Mr. Shirk, of the Eatons?
ville Independent, "and is this popu?
larity?" It is, however, consolatory
to record that the largest loss was on
Melissa Timmons-whether Miss or
Mrs., is .not stated in the.Gospel
Herald, in which we find the item
was ordained pastor of the Ebenezer
Christian Church, Clarke County,
Ohio, on the 8th instant. Her salary
will be from $500 to $G00 a year.
She has been preaching for the ohurch
for about six months past, and her
services proving highly acceptable,
she has been ?ailed to assume a moro
Several citizens of Rhode Island
have purchased a rifle, costing ?800,
for a present to Gen. Grant. A pa?
per at the "Hub" says: "Massachu?
setts has the honor of producing the
beautiful weapon-probably unequal?
ed in cost ana quality by any other
in the world."
1 AA BBLS. FAMILY FLOUR.
1AJ\J 25 bbls. Western Super. Flour.
Hecker's Solf-raising Flour. For sale
low. E. A G. D. HOPE.
BACON! BACON ! !
CLEAR SIDES. Strips and 8li< al lers
all Bound and sweet.
March 22 J. C. 8EEQER8 A CO.
DINGER SNAPS, CRACKERS, &C.
TUST received, a fresh assortment of I
^ tl GINGER SNAPS, CREAM CRACKERS,
Sugar Crackers, Soda Biscuit, Boston and
Butter Crackers. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
March 20 _
Family Flour, &c.
TWENTY bbls. FAMILY FLOUR, unex?
celled in quality.
25 bbls. good BROWN SUGAR, at 12Jo.
Eer pound. Received to-day and for sale
y c. H. BALDWIN A CO.
COHN AND PEAS.
mWO THOUSAND bushels prime White
_L and Yellow CORN.
400 bushels sound CLAY PEAS, in store
and for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
AN EXPERIENCED BOOK-KEEPER
is desirous of obtaining three or four |
sets of Books to post, ?tc. City references.
Night School, for Writing, An th me tic and
Book-keeping, at Brennan & Carroll's Car?
riage Manufactory. Address P. O. Box 28.
DINNER HOUSE !
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbia on
> the 11.40 a. m. train, oan get DINNER
_Lat KingBvillo on tho arrival of the
cars, at 1.20. C. A. SCOTT.
Printing Material For Sale.
AN assortment of TYPE and MATERI?
AL, sufficient to publish a largo sized
paper, is offered for salo at a very reason?
able price. Tho TYPE is SB good as now.
For further particulars, apply at this
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
-| /\ KEGS choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
JLU 600 lbs. fresh COUNTRY
40 boxen CUTTING CHEESE.
10 " EngliBh Dairy CHEESE. In store
and for salo low. E. & G. D. HOPE.
3 FLOUR, FLOUR!
O A A BBLS. SUPER. FLOUR.
^UU 100 bbls. Extra ?'
50 bbla. choice Family "
20 11 Hocker's Self-raising "
On hand and for salo low by
March IC J. A T. It. AGNEW.
ONE THOUSAND gallons choico CUBA
200 gallons Now Orloaos SYRUP. For
salo low. E. & G. D. HOPE.
Soda Biscuit, Sugar Crackers. &c.
QA BBLS. SODA BISCUIT, SUGAR
Ow CRACKERS, Butter and Boston
Crackors, just received and for sale low by
tho barrel or at retail by
March IC J. A T. R. AGNEW.
CONSUMPTION AM) UHIJUMA.
TISM.-ConBUinptivo persons will find, in
addition to tho ordinary medicines pre?
scribed, such as "Cod Liver Oil," "Hypo
phosphite of Limo," "Expectorants," ?to.,
a valuable and cortain remedy in the
"Queen's Delight Compound." Itrestores
tho weak to strength, it stimulates tho cir?
culation, ii invigorates the system, it puri?
fies the blood. Taken with Cod Liver Oil,
consumption may be disarmed of its ter?
ror and a cure speedily accomplished.
In rheumatism, everything depends
upon tho purity of blood. What is rheu?
matism? ? humor in tho blood, which, if
not removed, produces painful swellings
and enlargement of tho joints. The
"Queen's Delight" will remove all humors
of tho blood. See advertisement. Non?
genuine without tho copy-right mark. Po.
sale by FISHER & HEINITSH, Druggets.
THE FRANKLIN BRICK MA?
CHINS!, justly celebrated for perfect sim?
plicity, great strength and immense com?
pressing power, ia 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 Broadway, New York, Room 28.
Fob 1 _?_3mo
HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
by Dra. F. BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN,
(formerly employed by BoiBsonncau, Paris, )
No. 399 Broadway, Now York. Oct 17 ly
Tile Gravest Maladies
OF YOUTH AND KARI.Y 51 AN noon.
Howard Association Essays, on thc phy?
siology of tho passions, and tho errors,
abuses and diseases peculiar to the first
age of man, with reports on new methods
of treatment employed in this institution.
Sent in Healed lotter envelopes, freo of
charge. Addrosa DB, J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Phila?
delphia, Pa. _Jan 15 Smo
BATCHELOR'8 HAIR DYK.-Thia
splendid Hair Dye is tho best in the world.
The only true and perfect Dye-harmless,
reliable, instantaneous. No disappoint?
ment. No ridiculous tints. Natural black
or brown. Remedios tho ill effects of bad
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft
and beautiful. Tho genuine is Bigncd Wil?
liam A. Batchelor. All others are mero
imitations, and shonld bo avoidod. Sold
by all druggists and perfumers. Factory
81 Barclay ?treet, New York, tar Bowaro
of a counterfeit._Deo ll ly j
JOHN H. HEISE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
CANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
as can be laid down here from the
North. JS3~ Corner of Plain and Marion
streets._t_ Fob 3
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Strips.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND lbs. PRIME
SIDES and SHOULDERS.
2,000 lbs. Bacon Strips. For sale low by
March 29_E. & G. D. HOPE.
~C0RN AND OATS.
TWO THOUSAND bushels primo White
and Yellow CORN.
600 bushels Feeding Oats. For salo by
March 20_E. & G. D. HOPE.
ASMALL invoico of genuine HAVANA
SEGARS, for sale by
March 29_E. j? G. D. HOPE.
HARDWARE AT COST.
^^T>u THE balance of ?nr^*^
aft rstook Of HARDWARE
'???.^S^will bo sold at COST. **T>>
tar STATE BILLS TAKEN AT PAR. SA
March 29_E. & G. D. HOPE.
PCrk BOXES ADAMANTINE CANDLES.
OU C boxes SPERM CANDLES.
In storo and for salo by
March 26 C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
FLOUR! FLOUR ! !
FIFTY bbls. Extra and Superfino Flour,
at J. C. SEEG EUS Sc CO.'S.
BY THE EMILY SOUDER.
ASELECTED STOCK of very excellent
FRENCH BON-HONS, CH1?AM CHO?
COLATES, JELLY CAKES, Ac, at
Plain Btroet, near Central House.
THE SECRET SENTINEL !
ASPEAKING WATCHMAN! Never
oats, drinks or sloops. Can bo seen at
tho COTrON GIN WAREHOUSE.
AS-Visitors aro' requested not to call
af tor dark^ March lit
Beal Meerschaum Pipes.
4 NEW LOT- just recoived. For salo
~\ low for cash at
March 92 J. C. SEEOERS ft CO.'S.
FLOUR, CORN, &c.
5AAA BUSHELS WHITE CORN.
.VJvJvJ 1,500 busholH OATS.
50 bbls. IRISH FOTATOES-*5.
150 bbls. Snpor. Extra FAMILY FLOUR.
TO A It HIVE.
1,500 bushols YELLOW CORN.
5 hhds. CLEAR SIDE8. For salo by
Mardi 0 BROWNE A; SQUIRMER.
MANURE FORKS !
LONG and SHORT-HANDLED MA?
NURE FORKS-a complote assortment
I lust roceived and for salo by
March 8 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
ND CORN PLANTERS.
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Tin'd and Jap'd HOLLOWWARE?
Carpenters' and Blackrni's TOOLS
AXES, S. W. Collins' and caier
PAINTS, OILS and GLASS.
In store and for sale LOW by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Liquors, Cordials & Syrups.
JUST received, a fall assortment of
Choice WINES, WHISKIES,
BRAND CES, CORDIALS, SYRUPS,
Flavoring Extracts, of select qnality.
For sale by GEO. 8YMMERS.
TWENTY THOUSAND CIGARS, from
common to best manufactured-the
finest assortment in tho city.
Fine Chewing and 8moking TOBACCO.
MO- Choico GROCERIES, of every de?
scription, received fresh daily. For sale by
March 29 GEO. 8YMMERS.
Hams, Candles, &c.
FIFTY boxes Adamantine CANDLES.
100 New York Sugar-cured HAMS
Tierces and tubs pure LEAF LARD, Ac.
For salo bv GEO. SYMMERS.
5BOXES ITALIAN MACCARONI.
Casks English Pickles, White Onions.
Piccolili, Chow-Chow, Gherkins.
Domestic Pickles, Flavoring Extracts.
Real Worcostersbiro Sauce, Caper's.
Canned Peaches, Peas, Tomatoes.
Puro Cream Tartar, in foil.
Pnre Salad Oil, fine; Castile Soap.
Colman's and B. B. Mustard.
Rocoivod to-day and for salo by
March 26 C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
FULTON MARKET SMOKED BEEF
Tubs choico GOSHEN BUTTER, at 40c.
Bags and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at 40c. ;
a frosh lot-superior.
Bbls. and boxes Breakfast Bacon.
Milk, Butter, Trenton, Sugar, Wine and
Hocker'? Self-raising FLOUR-genuine.
Bbls. Jersey Poach-blow Potatoes.
And for salo at FAIR PRICES by
March 23 C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
YOU can buy a GUN at
)2><Z' retail for $3.50. Wholesalo
^^g^C^^ninrcIiants supplied at such
w ???I) ^prices as to warrant an ex?
amination. Call at tho oflico of tho Cotton
Gin Warehouse. A. R. COLTON.
Southern School Readers,
FOR boginnors and advanced scholars.
SOUTHERN SPELLERS and PRI?
MERS, by R. Sterling, A. M., of North
STERLING SOUTHERN COPY BOOKS.
All tho a 1.11 > vu aro neatly printed on good
paper, and aro recommended by tho North
Carolina Superintendent of Pablio Schools
and by the Legislature of Alabama.
For salo at
Opposite Lawyers* Bango, Columbia.
March G R. L. BRYAN.
AHI8T0RY ol a Brigade known first as
"Gregg's" and subsequently as Mc?
Gowan's. By J. F. J. CaldwelL $1.
Memoirs of tho Confederate War. By
Von Bircko, of tho Third Prussian Dra?
goons, latelv Chief of Staff to Gen. Stuart.
New America. By William Hopworth
Dixon, author of "Holy Land." &c. $2.75.
Magazines for April-Leslie, Mad. Do
morest, Land We Love, Ac. At
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S Bookstore,
Townsend ?k North's Old Stand.
AND MUST BE
CLOSED OUT ! !
GOOD IRISH LINEN,
40c. per yard.
Good French Lawns, 25c
" Bleached Shirting, 16c
Ladies' Hose, good, for 25c
Gent's " " 11 25c.
25 doz. LincnH'dk'fs, 12?c
20 " Silk H'dk'fs, cheap.
Large lot of Parasols and
Ladies' Silk Umbrellas.
Kentucky Jeans, Cassi
meres, Brown and Blay Li?
New Spring Goods!
MRS. REED respectfully
informs her friends and the
citizens generally, that she is
just opening a new and com?
plete assortment of SPRING
MILLINERY, in all varieties.
AND WILL BE SOLD VERY LOW.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
March 14_BEDELL'8 ROW.
TD3RCES ohoice S. C.
i HAMS, at 20c. per lb. ?SSa
I Tierces Diamond 1IAMH;1^W
tbest out. ffnrrffltfi
Bags and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at
I 40o. per lb.
Bags prime LAGUAYRA and RIO COF?
FAMILY FLOUR, unexcelled in qualitv.
With other FIRST-CLASS GOODS. '
The subscribers are receiving, and will
at an early day have in Ht oro, a large stock
of GROCERLE8 and PROVISIONS, of su?
It will be not only our aim, but deter?
mination, to offer only FRESH GOODS,
from first hands, at RATES AS LOW AS
THIS MARKET AFFORDS.
March 12 C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
TIWO HUNDRED Sngar-curod Hams,
just recoived, and for salo at TWENTY
CENTS per pound by
March 6 J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
THE undersigned has
jurit received his SPRINGS
_LSTOOK OF CLOCKS, which is tho
largest and best selected brought hero in
a number of years, and which can bo
bought at a great advantage. Ho has also
on hand a large and well selected stock of
Dawson, Warren .t Hyde's
Ladies' and Gent's Tip-top Pens.
In all its branches. HAIR WORK BRAID?
ED and MOUNTED.
March 5 At J. Sulzbachcr A CO.'H.
COOPER'S DOUBLE *ACTION
Patent Revolver ! !
DO YOU WANT ONE?
IHAVE just rocoived tho State agency
for COOPER'S DOUBLE ACTION PA?
TENT REVOLVER-NINE DIFFERENT
SIZES. It is cocked with equal facility by
the hammer or triggor, and combines se?
curity from accidents and celoritv of Uro.
The Pistol is similar in finish and calibro
Wholosalo doaloi b will find it to their ad?
vantage to purchase these in proferenco to
any other Pistol.
Call at tho offico of tho Cotton Gin Ware?
house and see for yourselves.
March 7 6ino A. R. COLTON.
GRAND OHAKIT ABLE
PRESENTATION CONCERT !
IN AID OF THE
SOUTHERN ORPHAN ASSOCIATION !
(Incorporated by the Legislature of Vir?
ginia, January 30, 1807. )
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
Maryland Institute, Baltimore,
APRIL 30, 1867.
THE profits of this Concert will bo given
to tho Southern Orphan's Association,
to the subjoined address from tbo officers
of which we call the attention of the public:
We. the officers of the Southern Or?
phan s Association, for the maintenance
and education of the destitute- orphans ol
deceased Southern soldiers and sailors,
earnestly solicit tho sympathy and co-ope?
ration in our Grand Presentation Concert,
of all who desire to see tho
"HOME AND SCHOOL"
Enabled to re?oive and care for all the
needy ones who seek its shelter and pro?
Thanking our friends for their past con?
tributions and assistance, we again appeal
to them to help us in a more extensive en?
terprise. It is the design of this Associa?
tion to erect a "HOME AND SCHOOL" foi
the orphans of tho South, both malo and
female, on an extensive scale, in tho city ol
Richmond, Virginia. As an inducement to
have tho building located there, the Com?
mon Council of that city have guaranteed
a sufficient lof of land, in an elevated and
healthful location, and will increase thc
quantity of land if needed.
It is with a confident hope in a favorable
response to this appeal to a public which
has never yet failed to sustain a charitable
institution, that wo have entered into an
arrangement with Messrs. L. T. PALMER
A CO., No. 13 Holliday street, Baltimore,
to organize a GRAND MUSICAL PRE?
SENTATION CONCERT for its benefit,
and earnestly solicit the kindly aid and pa?
tronage of tho public to insure its success.
Mrs. J. L. HAMMOND, President.
MrB. Dr. J. B. BEAN, Vico-Prosidcnt.
Mrs. E. A. F. M KAUS, Treasurer.
Mrs. Dr. A. G. KIMBERLY, Cor. Sec'y.
Mr. S. H. SCHIERS, Recording Secretary.
Dr. A. G. KIMBERLY, Financial 8cc'y.
Baltimore, February -, 1867.
Mrs. E. A. F. MEARS, Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. J. H. SCHIERS, ' " "
Mrs. J. L. HAMMOND, " "
Mrs. W. L. BOSTOCK, " "
Mrs. A. HAWKINS, " "
Mrs. Dr. A. G. KIMBERLY, ** *'
Mrs. CHAS. MCCOBBIN, " "
Mrs. Dr. J. B. BEAN, " "
It may seem unnecessary to add a single
word to tho above address, but calls noon
tho institution have been so numerous and
pressing, and the straggle through which
it is now passing to widen the oircle of its
charities, ia of such an arduous nature,
that tho management cannot too strongly
urge upon tho humane and pathetic every?
where an active participation in this addi?
tional attempt to alleviate the sad condi?
tion of great numbers of helpless children,
rendered thus by the terrible war through
which wo have passed. And, assuredly,
whatever may have been the relative po?
litical views of ladies and gentlomon here?
tofore, all must agree that tho children
referred to could not, by any possibility,
have had any agency m bringing about
their present deplorable and destitute con?
dition, and are suitable objects for tho
charity of all persons, of whatever shade
of political opinion. The "Home and
School" which they now moro particularly
seek to establish and endow, will be of in?
calculable benefit, by providing not only
food and raimont for these helpless ones,
but likewise solid and thorough education;
thus qualifying them for future usefulness
to socioty at large.
In ordor that this appeal may be effect?
ual in enlisting tho active interest and co?
operation of all classes of persons every?
where, we have concluded to issue for tho
Grand Presentation Musical Concert 500,
000 ticketi-. at tho nominal prico of $1
each-a singlo ticket entitling tho pur?
chaser to a gift-thoro being ono gilt to
every ticket. Tio gifts are as follows:
1. An elegant Farm, of 211 acres,
improved With extensive dwellings
and out-buildings, saw and grist
mill, making tho property invalu
2. A gift of $10,000in gold, valued at. 13,500
3. A Farm of ten acres, highly im?
proved, near thc citv of Baltimore. 10,000
4. A gift in GreonbackB. 5,000
5. A Three-story Brick House, with
modern improvements, in Balti?
G. A Three-story Brick House, with
modern improvements, in Balti?
7. A Two-story Brick House, with
modern improvements, in Balti?
8. Two gifts in Greenbacks, il,000
9. Ten gilts in Greenbacks, $500
10. Fifty gifts in Greenbacks, $100
each . 5.000
11. (Jue hundred gifts in Greenbacks,
$50 each. 5,000
12. Two Grand Pianos, SteifTs. 1,500
18. Two Grand Pianos, Stciffd. 1,000
14. Four Square Pianos, $500 each.. 2,000
15. Ton Parlor Organs, $150 each.. 1,500
10. Ono hundred Gont's Gold
Watches, $150 each. 15,000
17. Ono hundred Ladies' Gold
Watches, $100 each.10,000
18. Fitly Silver-plated Tea Sots, $75
19. Ono hundred Elliptic 8owing*Ma
chines, $75 oach. 7,500
20. Ono hundred Gout's Si Ivor
Watches, $G5 each. 0,500
21. Ono hundred Ladi ?' Fino Gold
Chains and Pin, $40 each. 4,000
22. * Two hundred Oil Paintings, $20
23. Fivo hundred Bibles, $20 each.. 10,000
21. Two thousand copies Pollard's
Southern History. $5. 10,000
25. Two thousand Photographic Al?
bums, $5. 10,000
2G. Two thousand Fino Gold Pens,
in cases, $5. 10,000
27. Fivo hundred Plain Gold Rings,
$8 each. 4,000
28. Two thousand sots Silver-plated
Teaspoons, $3. 6,000
28. Two thousand Call Bells, Napkin
Rings, Ac, $3. 6,000
The balance coneists of tho following
Ladies' Work Boxes,
Ladies' and Gent's Gloves,
Ladies' and Gent's Biding Whips,
Office and Parlor Furniture,.
Black Walnut F ram os r
Engravings, Ac, ?kc.
The wholo amounting to awaggregato of
500,000 Valuable Gif ts.
PLAN" OP DR AV. IN G.
Duplicate numbers, from 1 to 500,000,
are placed in a wheol; the first number,
when drawn out, draws the highest or first
gift; the second number, when drawn ont.
tho next highest or Bocond gift, Ac, until
tho whole number is drawn.
Tho distribution will take placo after the
Concert, where 6,000 persons can witness
it. A cemmitteo will bo chosen from the
audience to take chargo of tho same.
AU agents and purchasers will be sup?
plied with a correct list of tho awards as
Boon aB published.
HOW TO OBTAIN TICKETS.
Tickets will be supplied to all Booksell?
ers, Druggists, Mnsic Dealers, Ac where
they can be obtained at $1 each, or in
quantities at club rates.
Circulars, containing full instructions
and terms to agents, will bo mailed upon
receipt of a stamp for return postage.
Orders may be sont to us enclosing thc
money, from $1 to $25, in a registered let?
ter, stamp enclosed, at our risk. Larger
amounts by post office order, draft or ex?
press, at tho following club rates:
5 Tickets to ono address.$ i 50
10 Tickets to ono address. 9 00
20 Tickets to ono address.90
50 Tickets to ono address. 4? 00
Tho names of tho agents will bo pub?
lished from tho Central Office.
Tickets will be supplied to agents at 15.
per cent, discount.
Undor and in pursuance of tho provi?
sions of tho Internal Revenue law, bis
Honor, the Commissioner of Internal Reve?
nue, has, upon duo proof, granted a per?
mit to tho Southern Orphan's Association'
to hold its Gift Concert exompt from all
charges, whether from thc special tax or
other duty, in respect to such Gift Con?
Th?? is a protection to all agents, and
exempts them from any aud all liability for
license, tax or otherwise.
This exemption is made upon thc ground
that tho proceeds of tho salo of tickets for
this concert aro to bc dovoted to a chari?
table object, and is but another evidence
of the favor and consideration with whicb
our effortH have boon constantly met ir
nearly evory direction.
Lieut. Gen. G. T. Beauregard, New Or?
leans; C. McKecvcr A Co., Baltimore; Bri?.
Gen. Jeff. Thompson, Now Orleans; Mat.
Gen. S. B. Buckner, New Orleans; J. li.
Bean, M. D., Baltimore; J. Balderston, M.
D., Baltimore; J. S. Morrow, Publisher,
baltimore; J. E. Nimmo, Baltimore; C. M.
H. CLAY DALL AM, Esq., Counsellor.
All orders and communications should
be addressed to the Central Office.
L. T. PALMER A CO.,
No. 13 Holliday street, Baltimore,
March lG " Managing Directors.
LOVERS of THE GOOD THINGR OF
THIS LIFE can have their wants sup?
plied at the above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with the house is in
best order. MEALS served at short notice.
Private dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
prepared in every st vie.
Tho best ot WINES, LIQUORS, ALE?
choice SEGAR8 and TOBACCO on hand.
*B_ FREE LUNCH evorv dav at ll
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCK,"Proprietor.
Next door West of the Post Office.
TTTOULD respectfully inform hi?
W friends and tho public in general
that ho has opened a RESTAURANT at
tho above place, where the very best ot
everything in the way of eating aiid drink?
ing can be obtained at short notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
LUNCH evorv day from li to 1 o'clock.
Fresh OYSTERS constantly on hand.
Plow Moulds! Plow Moulds!
pr/^Vr\ SWEDES PLOW MOULDS,
OwV7 just received and for Bale by
March 8_ J. fe T. R. AGNEW.
1 f\HALF BBLS. ALE.
XXJ 10 wholo " "
At wholesale and on di ac^fii*
March 7 J JHN C. SEEGER8 A CO.
Third Supply of Fresh Seed.
DAVID LANDRETH ? SON.
SILVER SKIN ONION SETTS, Radish,
Green-glaze Cabbage, Turnip Seed,
Peas and Beans, Extra Early Corn, Bluo
Stem Collard, now Tomato Seed and othor
varieties, at _...,
FISHER fe HEINITSH'S
Feb 26 Drug and Seed Storo.
ANEW and complote assortment just
An elegant assortment of FISHING
T A C K TJ E-Rods, Reols, Bobs, Hooks,
Lines Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B.-Manufacturing and repairing:
suhstantially and neatly execntod.
Thos P. Walke?
CORONER AND MA G ISTHA IK.
OFFICE in roar o? tho Conrt House, for?
merly occupied by D. B. DeHanssure,,
Esq. Fob 20