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BX JOHN H APPT. Yonne Jam-Bo-Bee, a boy about thirteen ?ears old, eon to the Bar-keeper of the hreoancezio Saloon, remained at hie poet, in the back room, (In a single-handed Eame of euchre,) after the . .party" had rokon np in a general "bust^ and ev ory "hand" had been abandoned, except bia own and that of one remaining adversary: The boy held on to the greasy "deck," Whence all bnt bim had lied : The lamp threw its light on nie last red check, And he hadn't another "red." Yet beautiful and bright he sat As born to win or loee. With the ace of trumps nid under his hat, And a "bower" or two in Inn clothes. Thc game went on-he would not go Without his father's word: That father drunk, on tho floor below, His voice no longer heard. Be called aloud-"Say, daddy, say Hadn't I better 'go it alono?' " l?o knew not the chieftain lay TTri?nngoioU? of h?8 SOU. "Speak, fatherl" once again ho cried, "I'm playing my best FOR EVEN" "And"-but tho man on the other side "Ordered him np on the seven." His countenance fell when his oar caught thai, But it wasn't timo to grieve; So he played him the ace from under his hat And the "right-bower" out of his sleeve. And ho shouted loud once more at last, "My fatherl must I stay?" While o'er the table thick and fast The fluttering "paste-boards" play. The tallow-dip burned fltfnUy wild And flickered np on high, And gleamed in the face of the gallant child, And nearly blinded his eye. It flickered np and flickered down, And at last disappeared in tho socket; And the man at the table who "hailed from ihe town," SUpped all of tho stakes in his pocket. And then with a burst of thunder sound He kicked over the table and chairs, And cleared tho door with a single bound, And slid down the bannister stairs. A? Head in Ireland. I got my ire np in Ire-land. As I liave before stated, on my -way to the Paris Imposition, I did not want a public demonstration in Ireland on my account, as I was travelin' for my health, which had been somewhat injured, by falling out of the fourth story window onto the sidewalk when a small girl, and which cracked my head; it was very inconvenient, but no disgrace, as a good many people have had their heads a little cracked and never seemed to get over it in their old age. Sometimes, instead of some people falling onto the side? walk, the sidewalk has come up and struck some people. This bas hap? pened when they have been going home from "the lodge" late at night! A wife can generally tell when her husband has been "to the lodge" by the smell of his breath. There WAS a man-not that man, but another man-who went home from "the lodge" very late one night, and his wife had gone to bed. He went to bed and turned his back to his wife 60 she couldn't smell his breath. But this wife was "posted" and she sung out, affectionately, "you needn't turn your back to me, John, you are drunk clear through." The men in Ireland never get drunk. They don't have anything to get drunk on stronger than whiskey, and that is used for fattening the pigs. The people are mostly Irish, speaking the Irish language, and the hotels and boardiu' houses Ure kept on the Irish plan. Oftentimes they have pigs roasted whole on the table, and whole pigs unroasted under it. The pig element is large in Ireland. The iron used in the blacksmith shops is "pig iron." Notwithstanding all this, the people are not hog-ish, but are very horse-pitable. The principal productions of Ire? land are pigs, peratees, poultry and pugilists. The Fenian part of the population are raising cain now, though. They will probably have a "steed time of it!" The girls of Ireland are pretty. Those varying from ten to sixteen years of age are mostly young as well as pretty. Theso informations are not generally found in published books of travel. I had a nice time there. The Fin? nigans took me for a British Bpy, and the British took me for a Finni? gan. Sich is fame! "What is the naame o' yer body?" said a Finnigan, one day. "My name is Head." "And where did you come from?" "New Orleans, Amoriker." "Aha! Misther O'Head, from New Orleans, Ameriky, is it? By my Bowl, you mnst know tho honorable John Morrissey, thin!" "Of course," sed I. "Be jabera, I'm willin fer to dhrink at yer oxpinse, thin. I thot yc? was a gintloman when I set my blissid eyes upon yoz!" "I never drink." "Howly motliprt don't drink! Let mo look at yez! Come here, boys; here's a bloody American as says ho don't dhrink! Saint Patrick! a live American as don't dhrink! Arran, an' yez don't dhrink, yo'll bo the inst live American as didn't! O, bo jabers, theie ain't no shunix in Ireland, nor no diramycratsin Ameriky!" What could I do, alone, young, pretty and unprotected, on a furrin soil? I took some poteen! Thore was a "w?ke" one night at jMishtor O'Moriarty'fl. There was ?several of the 1st "families present, including Dake Flaherty, Count O'Toolo, Patrick Mulrooney, Dennis ' O'Rourko, and others of the royal family of Ireland. "The co rp aa laid upon the bed, With 7 candled round hie hoad." These candles was all burnin' and they made the room lighter than it would have been if they hadn't been lighted. There was flowers, too, and there was some fourteen to drink. The "wake" lasted till mornin', but the dead man didn't wake. I don't think he ever knew anything about it, although it was all done for his bene? fit. The funeral took place the next day, and the procession was seven? teen miles long. Before I left Ireland, I got ac? quainted with a "raal on ld Irish gin tloman-one of the oulden time!" It was ho as was a fine spfcimin of what ould Ireland is. He had a heart bigger'n a Dutch ox, and a good com? plexion with a healthy nose. Ho had an iliegant house, and the best of wines, and the best of wives. "Misther Head, yere wilcome to tho Gim o' tho Say ! What's in me house is yours and what's yours is your own! And hereofther, if ye iver come within fifthy miles o' me house, be sure and stop! Ha! ha! take a dhrap o' poteen. Niver bin in ould Ireland before, eh? It's a beau? tiful country; and its full of swate erat uros of giaruls! Did ye iver see the like? Sure, Ireland is a casket, and the purty girls in it ore the gems that adorn it! If it wasn't for the likes o' thim ita thinkin I am, that you a'n I niver'd a' seen this blissid counthry! Ah, they're the boys, an' here's long hf o to 'em!" The Unen they make in Ireland is Irish linen! This fact is not. gene? rally known. It is difficult to get to Ireland from the United States without going by water. The same is the case in re? turning. On arriving there, the first thing to do is to go ashore. When you get ashore, be careful about step pin' on the tail of anybody's coat, unless its cold and you are anxious to get "warmed up!" But then, gene? rally, the Irish aro a quiet people when they're asleep! But they "wake" when they're dead! A. H. N. B. The abovo is translatt-d from a letter of Head's, in original Irish, by an artist on the spot. A young lady, just from the semi? nary, being asked at the table if she would have somo more cabbage, re? plied: "By no means; gastronomical satiety admonishes me that I have arrived at the ultimate culinary degi tation consistent with the codo of Esc ul api us." As sho drew back from the table, it was concluded that sho meant she had "eaten a heap." Two men, at Manchester, N. H., who had been at loggerheads for seve? ral days over a debt of $37, settled the matter the other day, by investing the money in a salmon supper, invit? ing their friends, and having a gene? ral reconciliation. A letter addressed to tho "Church of God," at Portland, Maino, a few years ago, was returned to the gene? ral post office, with the following quaint endorsement: "Misdirected we have nothing but sectarian church? es in this place." New York Advertisements. GEO. C. DUNBAR, Banker, and Commimlon Broker IN SOUTHERN SECURITIES, Tele? graph and Expresa Stocks, County, City and Town Bonds, Gas Stocks and miscel? laneous Railroad Securities. No. 7 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. ??-Refers to Dr. John Fisher and Col. L. D. Childs, Coluui bia, 8. C._July 19 3mo STEVENS HOUSE, 21, 23, 25 AND 27 BROADWAY, X. Y. OPPOSITE BOWLING O BEEN. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and widely known to tho traveling public. Tho location is especially suitablo to mer? chants and business mon; it is in close proximity to tho business part of tho city, is on tho highway of Southern and West? ern travel, and adjacent to all tho princi? pal railroad and steamboat dopots. The Stovons House has liberal accom? modation for over 300 guests; it is well fur? nished, and possesses every modern improvement for tho comfort and enter? tainment of its inmates. The rooms hav? ing been refurnished and remodeled, wo aro enabled to offor extra fa silkies for tho comfort and ploasuro of our guests. The rooms aro spacious and woll ventilated provided with gas and water; the attend? ance is prompt and rospectful, and tho tablo is generously provided with every delicacy of tho season-at moderato rates. UEO. K. CHASE A CO., May 81 Gmo Proprietors. AVhat Do You Drii-k?-Wolfe's Schio iam Schnapps, lt checks tho disarrange? ment of tho bowels in warm climates. JA^SC?l^R'Fs?NS United States Type Foundry AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE. NOS. 28, 30 and 32 Contro street, (corner of Rea.de street, ) New York. Tho type CD which thia piper is; priut^? ?o from mo above Foundry. Nov 1M SOUTHERN BANK NOTES! SOUTHERN SECURITIES! Bounht and sold on commission bv LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO., BANKERS, NO. 16 WALL STREET. NEW YOUR. MONEY received on deposit from banks, bankers, merchants and others. Or? ders in Gold, Government and other Secu? rities executed at tho regular Stock Ex? change by a mombor of the ilrm. Consign? ments of Cotton solicited. April S Dr.WITT c. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL. Cvncs J. LA WHENCE. WM. A. HALSTED Charleston Advertisements. Wool, Hides, Beeswax. "TYTE are propared to parchase the W above articles at the HIGHEST PRICES for CASH on doUvery. ?- Prices Current sent free to parties through the country. MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON, Vendue Bange, Charleston. Ang 4_n.^3mo MRS. JOHN LAURENS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, TN CHARLESTON, will re- I sumo its exercises OCTOBER | il, at the corner of Wentworth fand Smith Btreets. English, French, Music, Dancing. Draw? ing, and tho accomplishments of a polite education, will be thoroughly taught, and a careful attention given to tho formation of tho young ladies* man? ners and conversation. WEEKLY 80IREE8 will be given alter? nately for MUSIC and DANCING. For torms and particulars, address Mus. J. LAURENS, September 1 3m o_Charleston. MILLS HOUSE, CHARLESTON, 8. C. MTHI8 well-known FIRST-CLASS HOTEL has been thoroughly repair? ed, refitted and refurnished, and is now ready for tho accommodation of tho traveling public, whose patronage is re? spectfully solicited. The proprietor promises to do all in his power for tho comfort oi his guests. March 21 JOSEPH PU. CELL, Trop'r. Charleston Hotel, CHARLESTON. S. C. COACHES always in readiness to convey j passengers to and from the Hotel. Feb 26 WHITE & MIXER, Proprietors. Livery and Sale Stables, ^ CHALMERS STREET, flWbrv Charleston. S. C. DEI-. 3IW|GIIEN & BAKER, Pro-J ?M 71 prietors. Carriages, Phaetons,Bug? gies and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours. Mules and Horses for sale. Feb 27 HUGH B. GARDEN, Attorney at Law and Beal Estate Agent, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia. WILL pay special attention to exami? nation of TITLES, CONVEYANC? ING, &c. Offers for Bale four hundred VIRGINIA FARMS, Embraciug some of the best Mineral, Grazing and Agricultural Landa in the 8tate, in sections where the POPULATION L3 UNEXCEPTIONABLE, and climate un? surpassed. Tho changed system of labor necessitates tho division of estates, por? tions of which aro offerod for salo or lease on most reasonable termB. Correspond? ence solicited and information promptly furnished. REFERENCES.-Hon. Wm. F. DeSaussure, Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, 8. C.; Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Gen. James Longstreet, New Orleans, La.; Jndgo Wm. J. Robertson, Charlottesville, Va.; Hon. John Randolph Tucker, Middleburg, Va.; Lambert GittingB & Co., Baltimore, Md. Address me as above._Oct 3 3mo A Truly Wonderful Medicine! OBITOS QUEEN'S DELIGHT. Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's Delight. THE eymptome of Liver Complaint are uneasiness and pain in the right aide, and soreness upon touch immediately undei tho inferior rihs; inability to ho upon the left sido, or, if at all, a dragging sensation is produced which seriously affects respiration, causing, very often, a troublesome cough. Together with these symptoms, wo perceive a coated tongue, acidity of tho stomach, deficiency of per? spiration, and sometimes a sympathetic pain in the shoulder, with a great disposi? tion to Bleep, and depression of spirits, and sometimes sores in tho mouth or throat. These symptoms, if permitted to continue, will eventually produce consump? tion, tho most baneiul of all diseases. Dyspepsia. The symptoms of Dyspepsia are various ; those affecting tho stomach are nausea, heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust for food, sometimes a depraved appetite, sense of fulness or weight in the stomach, sinking or fluttering in the pit of tho sto? mach, sour eructations, coated tongue, acidity of tho stomach, hurried and difii cult breathing, <fcc. The sympathetic affections aro very di? versified-cold feet, pain or weakness through the limbs, swimming of the head, sudden flushes of heat, ftc. Tho use of the QUEEN'S DELIGHT should he persevered in until every symp? tom of Dyspepsia has vanished, and health ia entirely restored. Derangements of Liver and Stomach Are sources of insanity. From disorder or obstruction, a morbid action of tho sym? pathetic and other nerves follows, and the functions of tho brain aro impaired aud deranged; derangement there will also produce disease of the heart, skin, lunga and kidneya. It ip owing to tho samo causo that thousands die with Ch^'-ra, Bilious or Yellow Fever, and that . .ost baneful disease, Consumption. The origin of numerous cases of Con? sumption is impaired dilution; and many, many cases of supposed Consumption could be entirely cured by tho uso of the QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as tho emaciation, debility and cough attending weakness of the digestive organs aro so noar allied U tho symptoms of Consumption, that tht one dibeaac is frequently mistaken for th< other. Notice. It is a well-established fact that fnllj one-half of tho female portion of our population are seldom in tho enjoyment of good health, or io IMO their own oxpres eion, "never feei weill." They are languid, devoid of all energy, extremely nervous I and have no appetite To thia clasa of invalids, tho Queen's Delight ia especially recommended. Their peculiar toiiio and invigorating properties render it invalua? ble in such casca. Tho patient should im? mediately discard all pills and powders, aa they only weaken the syBtom, and resort to thornie of tho Queen's Delight, the inva? riable result of which will bo a strong and hearty constitution, a disappearance of all nervousness, a good appetite and ? ; erfoct n storation to In altb. Weak and delicate children arc m.ide strong by using the Queen's Delight. In fact, it is a Family Medicino; it can be ad? ministered with perfect safety to a child three months old, tho most delicate female or a man of ninoty. t(ir Bo sure and ask for "HEIMTSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT;" none other is genu? ine. For sale by FD UER ft HEINITSH, July I? Druggists, Columbia. S. C. COLUMBIA, S. O. THE "UNIVERSAL" SAW GIN AND CONDENSER. THEY gin FASTER, CLEANER, and make a better SAMPLE than any Gino in the _ country, vr.ih the sase power. They havo been adopted by ibo East India Cotton Agency Company, by tho Manchester Cotton Supply Aaoociat ion, by tho Viceroy of Egypt, and by tho Governments of Turkey, Brazil, Italy, Greece and India, in their efforts to raise this staple in their midst; and their m?rite are even moro fully under? stood by thoso usiDg them in our own country during tho last two years. COTTON OPENERS, DEDERJCK'S COTTON AND HAY PRESSES, WORLD RENOWNED PREMIUM GRAIN DRILL, WITH THE IMPROVED GUANO ATTACHMENT AND GRASS SEED SOWERS. Tho PLANTER'S FAVORITE-tho desideratum of soeders-perfect in mechanical construction; perfect in its performance of work; no bunching or grain; no ??ability of getting out of order or broken. WALTER A. WOOD'S SELF-RAKE REAPER AND NEW JOINTED BAR MOWER COMBINED. These machines havo been awarded tho highest prizes ever offered ir. England, Franco and America, viz: International Exhibition Medal, London, 18G2; International Exhibition Medal, Dublin, 1805; besides being triumphant at tho recent Paris Exposi? tion, Paris, 1867. Tho Wood's Solf-Rako Roaper and Mower has recoived moro than ono hundred and fifty Gold and Silver Medals and First-class Prizes, establishing their great superiority over all other machines. Combining light draught, close cutting, simplicity in construction, portability, Ac, they aro unequaled. REYNOLDS' TURBINE WATER WHEELS, SAW MILLS, Portable and Stationery, EUREKA BRICK MACHINE COMPANY, RUMSEY & CO.'S CELEBRATED PUMPS AND BELLS. LEVER STUMP EXTRACTOR. Tho Pioneer Stump Puller and Reek Lifter. First yreat power. Two men sufficient to ra?80 twenty-five thousand pounds. OTIS LIGHTNING ROD COMPANY, Howe's Standard SCALES and COTTON BEAMS, Eureka Agricultural Works Phyfer Plow, Albany Pnckham's Georgia Cotton Seed Planter, Sancho Panza Wind-Mill Company, Empire Shingle Machine Company, The Portable and Stationery Engine Company. RICHARDSON, MERRIAM & CO.'S WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, Oliver & Co.'s Rubber and Leather Belting, ALL KINDS OF HOSE, Grant Fan Mill and Cradle Company, SULKY CULTIVATORS, "Nonpareil" Washing Machine Company, Boyer & Bro.'s Premium. Farm Grist Mills. Triple Geared, Lever and Endless Railway HORSE POWERS, Threshing Machines, Cleaners and Separators, combined. ALSO, CORN SHELLERS, * Magic, Lever and Hide Roll Feet! Cutters and Plows, Reversible and Expanding Cultivators, LITTLE GIANT CORN MILLS, WHEEL BARROWS. Recommendations by tho best parties throughout thc State, who have purchased and used many of the abovo machines, aro constantly coming to hand. Continued use is a guarantee of satisfaction. Call and examine machines in operation, and leave your orders. Terms accommodating, at Manufacturer's prices, freight added. Descriptive catalogues and circulars sent on application. Agents wanted wherever none are ap? pointed. A. R. COLTON, Proprietor. \V. B. LOWRANCE, Manager. r Sept 26 INVENTED AND PATENTED BY HORACE Ii. EMERY. THESE GINS and CONDENSERS aro adapted for running right or left hand, and for either HAM), HORSE, STEAM or WATER POWER, and in ponds of SIMPLI? CITY, DURABILITY, EFFICIENCY and ECONOMY, they havo PROVED themselves SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS IN USE. Also, COMPLETE PORTABLE COTTON GINNING OUTFITS, adapted for traveling abont and TOLL GINNING, Emery's Endless Chain and Lover Horse Powers, Treen in? Machines. Cotton Presses, Saw Mills, etc., etc., al! of which can bo seen in practi? cal operation at the SOUTH CAROLINA COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE. A. R. COLTON, General Agent, Near Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots, Columbia, S. C. Call ami examine or send for circulars. Sept 22 Office North Carolina Railroad Co., COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., OCTOBER 17,1867. ON and aftor tink dato, the following will be tho echedulo for PA88ENGEI? TBA1N8 over thia road: Leave Charlotte daily at.9.40 p. m. ** Grcenaboro at.4.11 a. m. " Raleigh at.10.00 " Arrive at Gold8boro at.2.00 p. m. Loavo Ooldaboro at.12.22 " " Raleigh at. 3.50 " " Grcenaboro at. 9.10 " Arrive at Charlotte at. 2.54 a. m. Through Passengers by thia Uno have choice ol routes via Grcenaboro and Dan viRe to Richmond, or via Raleigh and Wel? don to Richmond or Portamouth; arriving at all points North of Richmond at tho aamo timo by eithor routo. Gloso connec? tion ia mado with tho Passenger Traine on tho Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to and from Wilmington, and by Freight Train to Weldon. JAS. ANDERSON, Oct 18_Superintendent. Greenville and Columbia Railroad CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ON and after MONDAY, tho 21at instant, Passenger Trains will run daily, Sun? days excepted, as follows: Leave Columbia at. s.4u a. m. ?? Alston at.7.30 ?? " Newberry at.9.25 ** Arrive at Abbev?lo at. 2.15 p. m. " at Anderson at.4.03 '* at Greenville at.5.00 " Loavo GreenviRe at. 3.30 a.m. ** Anderson at.4.20 " " Abbev?leat. 6.05 " 11 Newberry at.10.53 " Arrivo at Alston at.12.35 p. m. " at Columbia at.2.30 ?? Trains on the Plue Ridge Railroad will loavo Anderson Monday, Wednesday and Friday-roturning, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, as follows: Leave Anderson at.4.10 p. m. " Pendleton at.5.10 " Arrive at Walhalla at.6.80 ?* Leave Walhalla at.1.80 a. m. Pendleton at.3.10 " Arrivo at Anderson at.4.10 " Connections mado with the 3 P. M. Down Trains and 5 A. M. Up Trains of the South Carolina Railroad._Oct 17 SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE, CHABLESTON, S. C., October 3,1867. ON and aftor OCTOBER 6, 1807, tho Passenger Trains on the South Caro? lina Bailroad will run as follows, viz: Leavo Charleston for Columbia. 4.30 a. m. Arrivo at Kingsville.11.15 a. m. Leavo Kingsville.11.40 a. m. Arrivo at Columbia. 1.10 p. m. Leavo Columbia.10.00 a. m. Arrive at Kingsville.11.85 a. m. Leavo Kingsville.12.05 p. m. Arrivo at Charleston.7.05 p. m. Leave Charleston for Augusta. .10.40 a. m. Aarivo at Augusta.7.40 p. m. Leave Augusta. 3.40 a. m. Arrive at Charleaton.12.20 p. m. Tho Pr longer Train on tho Camden Branch will connect with np and down Columbia Trains and Wilmington and Man? chester Railroad Traine on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. Night Expreaa Freight and Pasecnger Accommodation Train will run as follows, on and after the 8th inst., viz: Leave Charleston for Columbia. .5.40 p. m. Arrive at Columbia.5.00 a. m. Leave Columbia.3.00 p. m. Arrivo at Charleston.3.20 a. m. Leavo Charleston for Augusta.. .7.30 p. m. Arrive at Augusta.6.50 a. m. Leave Augusta.4.10 p. m. Arrivo at Charleaton.4.00 a. m. Oct 5 H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l 8np't. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. Charlotte & South Carolina R. R. Co. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, S. C., October 5,1867. ON and after SUNDAY next, the 6th in etaut, tho Trama over thia Road will run aa follows: Leave Columbia at. 1.40 p. m. Arrive at Charlotte at.9.40 p. m. Leave Charlotte at. 2.55 a. m. Arrive at Columbia at.9.40 a. m. Making closo connection for all points North and South, as follows: Leave Columbia.1.40 p. m. Leavo Charlotto. 10.00 p. m. Leave Greensboro.5.15 a. m. Arrivo Richmond.4.45 p. m. Loavo Richmond.9.45 p. m. Arrivo Washington.6.15 a. m. Leavo Washington.7.45 a. m. Arrivo Baltimore.9.10 a. m. Arrivo Philadelphia.1.32 p. m. Arrive New York.5.10p. m. Paasongora taking this route, going North, have choice of route from Greens? boro, Weldon or Portsmouth. MS- Tickets good over either route. Baggage checked through. For THROUGH TICKETS to Richmond. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Now York, apply at Ticket Office, foot Blan ding street. CALEB BOUKNIGHT, Oct 5_Superintendent. Laurens Railroad-New Schedule. OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD, LACBENS C. H., 8. C., July 12,1867. ON.a.id after MONDAY, 22d instant, tho trains will run over this Road as fol? lows, until further notice: Leave Laurens at 5 o'clock a. m. on Mon davB, Wednesdays and Fridays, and arrive at'Newberry at ll o'clock a. m. Leave Newberry on Mondays, Wednes? days and Fridays, at liftv minutes after 12 o'clock, connecting with both truinson tho GreeuviUe and Columbia Railroad at Hele? na Shops. JOSEPH CREWS, Sup't. July 16_. Our Bulletin Board-Arrivals. j T 1FE FOR THE HAIR, a new article, I I g to moke beautiful hair, and restore it, I'when grey, to ita natural color Preserving Fluid has arrived. Jar Corks, for Pickle and Preserve Jar?. Kni..n? for Pickling. Baker's Broma and Cocoa. Lemon Syrup and Tamarinds. July 27 FISHER & HEINITSH. Harvey's Rat and Mice Paste. GET lil? OF THE EATS. HARVEY'S RAT PASTE exterminate* Rats, Mice, Roadies and Ants from your store-room, corn houses or cribs, your kitchens, your houaes; saves you nin? ney in providing for these thieves; a B?ro euro for these depredators and destroyers. For sale hy FISHER A- HEINITSH, Aug 7 Druggists. BILLIARDS. Gi ENTLEHEN who aro fond of tho above T GAME, will find a splendid BALDON over the store of Sept 15 JOHN 0. 8EEGERS A CO.