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Friday Morning, May 31, 1867.
Military- ProfeMorshlps lu Colleges.
The military spirit is certainly in
the ascendant in this country nt tho
present time, and wo aro likely to
have an array of military officers suf?
ficient to lead any number of armies,
not only in the United States, but
have plenty to spare to any outside
barbarians who may need their ser?
Wo learn from tho New York Times,
that thc Secretary of War has drawn
up a plan for the establishment of
military professorships in the colleges
of the country. Tho modo suggested
is to detail competent officers from
thc army to tench military scieucc in
each college whose faculty will make
provision for a military brauch of
education. Two competent officers
?will be scut to each college-one ns
professor of tactics and strategy, and
the other of engineering, gunnery,
fortifications nud geueral military
science. It is stated that Maj. Whit
tesly has already started ou a tour
among the colleges to got their views
. on the scheme; and if his report bc
favorable, a bill will bc introduced
into Congress, at its next session,
providing for putting thc plan iutc
Tho next proposition iu tho Secrc
tary's plau is to commission, a;
officers in thc army, fivo members o:
every graduating class, who may ex
eel in general and military scholar
ship, and it is expected that thee*
commissions will serve as prizes t<
stimulate tho studcuts. Our owi
opinion is, that tho people of thi
country, in every section, have ha<
enough military truining and cducn
tion, for four or five years past, aui
that tho national institution at Wes
Point, and military academies scat
tered throughout tho States, can fm
nish competent officers in sufilcien
numbers for any emergency wilie
may arise. Thc education mo?
needed at thc present time is tht
which will fit young men for the pra<
tical duties and business of life, au
make them useful citizens. It is n<
likely there will bc another "rebe
lion" at home, and still less like]
that the United States will becon
involved in a foreign war. Let tl
youth of the land have theeducatio
which will qualify them to act we
their part iu the future developmei
of the vast resources of tho couutr;
instead of bribing them, so to speal
to adopt tho profession of arms, f<
which thcro is less necessity in th
country thau among the despotism
or monarchies pf tho old world.
A suggestion has been made to tl
Newberry Herald, which -seems to
to be feasible, and applicable to mai
?eighborhoods as well as to Xcwbor
District. It is to adopt some regul
and systematic mode of raising co
tributious of food to the sufierii
and destitute, that all who rea:
" need may receive aid, so that a fi
may not bc called ou to bear t
The suggestion is, (hat in en
neighborhood--say in acompase
five miles-nil the families shot,
meet together and form theinseh
into a society, whose duty it shot
bo to ascertain who the needy a:
and their number, and that ea
member should contribute of his
her means a proportion each month
a sufficient quantity to sustain th
poor and hungry neighbors-taki
receipts for thc same, to be exhibit
at each meeting of tho society.
It is beyond question that th?
who have any surplus of this worl.
goods ought to distribute to th<
who aro among us, and ure ready
perish for lack of bread, lt is no
time of wide-spread destitution, si
as fae people of this State have ne
experienced or witnessed; and
though large contributions come fr
private charitable sources abro
and thc Government has put forwi
its helping hand, yet there must
necessity be isolated cases iu ev
District which these charities ?
donations will never reach, ant
strikes us that the above BUggestk
if carried iuto effect in the section
the State whero food is needer
would to a great extent mitigate m
suffering. We reproduce the sugj
tion, in the hope that it may rec<
tho consideration of the humane ?
benevoleni. wherever relief is need
EXPANSION.-Tho London Specta?
tor reports a minor that Mr. Soward
is "negotiating for the purohnso of
all British America from tho Polo to
forty .degrees North latitude, and
from tho Pacific to the Canadas;"
and Lord Stanley is said not to be
averse to such a transfer. The Spec?
tator thereupon remarks: "If Mr.
Soward has made any such offer, we
trust Lord Stanley will remember
that the owner of the American Pa?
cific seaboard will always be the most
formidable enemy India could have."
Whether or not there is any truth
in this rumor, it is of courso impos?
sible to say. We surmise, however,
that it is nothing more th au a canard,
fcjincc tho Russian purchase, all tho
wits in Yankcedom, and, it would
seem, some even outsido the pale,
have been at work, conjuring up new
plantations, to be bid off by Mr.
Seward. To be sure, there is some
excuso for his coveting the West Pa?
cific coast, for he wants the right of
way to Walrussia.
AGE OF MASONRY,-Wc find au
item taken from a Glasgow paper,
statiug that St. John's Lodge, of that
city, bas recently celebrated thc 309th
anniversary of its existence, it having
been erected by charter from King
Mnlcom, in 1057. Wo should like to
see the muster-roll of that lodge, be?
ginning moro than eight centuries
ago, and running along with tho ages
to thc present time. What kings
and kingdoms have risen and fallen
since the gavel was first sounded in
its East. How the world has changed,
and what progress has been made in
science and art! Eight hundred years
in the life time of a lodge.
-? ? ? ?
CHOPS IN MARION.-The Star says:
The general report from our
friends iu the country, is that thc
crops "are looking as well at this
timo as they usually do on tho 10th
of Juue." Our farmers are certainly
in good spirits, and we trust, that,
with a smiling Providence, they may
reach a rich hearvest next Fall, as
a reward for their energy and indus
Sir Emerson Tennant gives ir
Land and Water an account of f
pony, the property of a milkman
which brings milk to Sir Emerson'!
door daily. Bj* means of bread
sugar and chestnuts it has beci
tamed, and it now moves from doo
to door of its own accord, preceding
the milkman, so that while ho is set
tiing with the servant at one house
tho servants of the next house, warn
ed by the sound of the stoppage o
the cart, may be in readiness to taki
in the milk when tho man arrives
At certain doors, where the pony i
in the habit of being regaled witl
bread, apples, Atc, it contrives, with
out upsetting the cart, to raise th
j knocker with its nose and rap twice
The Queen of Spain, on Goo?
Friday, after having attended divin
services in tho royal chapel, washei
and kissed tho feet of twelve poo
old men, and the King did the sami
for as many more. All of them wer?
supplied with new clothes, and niter
wards conducted to tables on whiel
a plentiful repast was spread out fo
their use, after which they were, i
is presumed, told to make themselve
scarce. This farce has been gon
through with annually for centurie.
The Cincinnati Commercial says
"It ?3 a national shame that so nu
perfectly educated and ill-balanced ai
individual as Judge Underwood
j should bo endowed with a high an
resonsible judicial position. If th
Republican party has any solicitud
for its reputation or its* tenure o
power, we counsel it to get rid, a
speedily as possible, of such an in
cubus as this Virginia Dogberry."
The Boston Poet says: "Lockin,
up boys in prison cells for pinyin
marbles on Sunday, is not calculate
to improve their morals any mor
than beating a child unmercifully :
calculated to enlighten its mind, c
starving or freezing one to purif
its religious nature. But all tires
experiments are tried here iu ou
It is proposed to disinter an
gather together the remains ol* th
Confederates who fell at Bull Rn
and Maunssns. The ladies livin
near those blood stained fields hav
issued au appeal for aid in the cute]
The Lynchburg Virginian saj
there is a child in Montgomery Coui
ty, Va., yho was christened "Al
The Glasgow Herald states that tli
lato Mr. John Henderson, of Pori
has left the sum of ?64,750 for Vi
rious religious und charitable pu
Dispensaries have been located i
different districts in Ricb.mo.ii
whore medicine is prepared i >r tl
poor without charge. This is i mo
humane and generous movement.
The only complete set of Unite
States coins in private hands is owi
ed in San Francisco, and is valued :
A New Brunswick paper eave that
a new fixed white light, . elevated
forty feet abovo the level of the sea,
will be exhibited on the Ten insu hi
in Gaspe Bay, twelve mile? North
West by North from Cape Gaspe,
during the senson the navigation is
open. This light is intended to serve
as a guide to vessels passing between
Sandy Beach and the main land op?
Two Massachusetts teachers of
colored schools, in Macon, Ga., hnvo
recently written to their friends at
home in rolation to the distress in
that section of tho South, giving
sad accounts. One letter says: "In
many coses thc poor negroes are
partly fed by Government; they trap
birds, catch an occasional fish, dig
for roots, and aro waitiug impatient?
ly for tho berries to ripen."
M. Salvetat has proposed thc man?
ufacture of a glass at once translucent
and reflecting, so that it may bo a
wiudov^jjlass, or both, according to j
positioflp without resorting to thc
protracted and life-destroying pro?
cess at present used with quicksilver.
Platinum is his agent. The same
glass may bo employed with groat
advantage for decorative purposes.
Gen. Butler recently addressed a
note to Miss Surratt, daughter of
Mrs. Surratt, that was hung, asking
for an interview in an important
matter. After consulting with her
friends, she returned for answer that
she would graut the interview in the
presence ol' her counsel, Mr. Brad?
ley, of Washington. This the Gene?
ral did not accept.
llosa Bonheur, the painter, hus
gouo mad. Her insanity consists in
"imagining herself a goat," aud, as
Mrs. Gamp would say, "acting as
AGOOD SERVANT, to cook and wash;
a middle-aged woman preferred. For
one that will be acceptable, fair wages
paid promptly, either monthly or weekly.
Applv at tho "contre cottage, immediately
North of the Charlotte Depot. May 31 *
\rULOANIZED INDIA RUBBER BELT?
ING, from three to twelve inches, for
salo bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Mav 31 _
THOS- E. GREGG &C0.t
STOCKS EXCHANGE BROKERS,
OFFICE OE GREGG <C CO.
FRESH GOODS !
ONE HUNDRED Davis, Jr., DIAMOND
Rbis. BREAKFAST BACON-choice. I
" S. C. SHOULDERS.
Hhda. primo LACON. Just received and 1
for sale in quantities to suit, at lowest
market rates, bv
May 31 _ C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
Sodawater, Porter and Ale.
HAVING commenced the manufacture
and bottling of SODAWATER, POR?
TER and ALE, I am now prepared to lill
all orders irom the city and country en?
trusted to my care, with' promptness.' All
orders must be accompanied with thc mo?
ney, as mv terms are strict Iv cash.
P. >. Box 28, Columbia, S. C.
4V Newberry Herald, Npartanhurg Ex?
press, Chester Standard, Greenville Moun?
taineer and Anderson Intelligencer copy
four times, and forward hills immcdiatetv.
Soda Fountain !
THE subscriber takes pleasure in inform?
ing his friends and the public gene?
rally that be has opened a SODA WATER
FOUNTAIN, at his old stand, on Assembly
street, opposite the new Market. The best
of Syrups kept constantly on hand. Also,
a general assortment of Segare, etc.
.'.layout; JAS. CLENDINING.
A LONZO REESE respectfully informs
?. bis patrons that be has opened a
HAIR-DRESSING SALOON, on Main
street, next door to the Pollock Houso.
SHAVING. SHAMPOOING and HAIR
CUTTING promptly attended to.
Mav -2s int..
TO THE LAP,ES.
R E M O V A L !
MHS. C. E. REED has
changed her place of business
lo a more commodious store,
; (next door to E. Pollard'.-, on
.Main street,> land will keen
constantly oh hand a fresh
supply of the latest stvlca of
FRENCH MILLINERY, in all
it.-, branches. Also, superior
Silk Coverings, Huir Braids,
Curls, French Corsets, &o., at low prices.
Please call and examine before purchasing
DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DE?
SPATCH. May 20 ,
JUST COME. An assorted lot on hand.
. Also, Boy's and 'Girl's Propellers,
Wheel-harrows. Ac; Refrigerators ot
Mace'.- patent: Palmetto Flv Brushes Call
at GREGG A CO.'S Crockery store.
Mav 2('? c,
riiHE undersigned has just opeiu d, with
JL an cut ir? NEW STOCK of
DRY and FANCY GOODS.
BOOTS and SHOES,
In all varieties, which will be sold below
KEW YORK COST PRICES ! !
r.?- (.'.til and see for yourself, at
Cor. Assembly and Washington sts.
May 30 2
LONDON LAYER RAISINS.
AVERY choice article, at whol sale . ?>?
retail JOHN C. SEEGER?
M IT.IT AU Y FACETI-T:.-An expectant I
bridegroom recently applied at the [
military headquarters, in Richmond,
for the use of tho United States band
to play at his wedding. The officer
iq charge of tho musicians replied
that he aid not know about lending
the band, but ho thought bo could
furnish a file of soldiers to fire over
There is a project on foot, or
talked of, to chango tho landing
piuco of passengers by the Inman
lino of European steamers from New
York to Newport. New York places
a tax of 84 per capita on every emi-1
graut' from Europe landed in that
city, while in Rhode Island tho tax
ia only fifty cents.
The Tory Government of England
deserves credit for urging upon the !
Governments of Europe a general I
disarmament. We are glad to see '?
that opposition to offensive wars is j
making rapid progress throughout j
Tho .Cincinnati Gazelt? says the;
military preparations of the United '<
States troops against the Indians are !
not regarded as very efficient. The
settlers characterize Custer's raids by '
saying they are like hunting wild
ducks with a brass baud.
New Orleans is said to have an en- ?
toituinment nt which a fountain of;
iced claret wine will jet from the
centre of the parquet during thc per?
formance, to be served out to the
audience in sil fer goblets.
-| CASK FRENCH WISE VINEGAR.
JL bbls. pure CIDER
For sale Ivy E. A G. D. HOPE.
HAMS, TOM GUES, &c.
OAA CHOICE Sugar-cured HAMS.
jaKJVJ 200 lbs. SMOKED BEEF AND
SMOKED TONG CES. For aale low.
May 30 E. A G. D. HOPE.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
TUBS choice GOSHEN MAY BUTTEE.
10 boxes E. D. and Cutting CHEESE.
Tor SK lo by E. A G. D. HOPE.
May 3D _ _ _
C CASKS prime SHERRY M INE, for .?aje
O low to dealers. E. A G. D. HOPE.
-1/\ rlHDS. prime Clear Rib BACON
JLV_/ SIDES, just received and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, by the
hogshead, or at retail, bv
May 22 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
To City Tax-Payers.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, May 2?, 1*07.
rXlAXES due the city of Columbia, rc
X mailling unpaid after the 5th of June i
next, will be collected by executions lodged
With the Sheriff of Richland District.
J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
Mav 23 10
Jon PRINTING.-The Job Office of |
the PJicenix is as complete as any in
the South. It is furnished with new
fonts o? type of all descriptions and
of the most modern stylos. All work |
executed promptly, with taste and
skill, and at reasonable rates.
i KAA LBS. COUNTRY FLOUR-a
"i?-L?vy\-/ prime article. Low for cash. I
May 17 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
AFULL assortment of best Anchor
Brand H?LTING CLOTHS, on hand
and for sale low by
May 22 "J. A T. R. AGNEW.
.TT i l LOXES FRESH LEMONS, at low
?JVJ prices. J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
DP.. R. W. G IRRES has returned to Co?
lumbia and resumed his practice. Re?
sidence nt Mr. Melvin M. Cohen's, East
end of Washington street, opposite the
Orphan House. May If! Imo
SUGAR MILLS can be had at low price!
Call at Palmetto Iron Works.
Mav 23 30 WM. GLAZE .V CO.
ONE SAW MILL-complete; engine
-10-liOlMC power. At Palmetto Iron
Works. WM. GLAZE A CO
May 23 P
PIANOS! PIANOS! !
TWO splendid 7-octavc ROSEWOOD
PIANOS for sale.
Pianos, Melodious and Orgl i.s tuned
and repaired. Ail orders from the eily and
country left at my residence Camden
street, near the Charlotte Depot-will meet
with prompt attention.
May 13 Imo JOSEPH DENCE.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE !
MTHE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
CHAPEL, on the Bquarc South of the
Asylum; suitable for a small family
residence. Applv b> R. L. BRYAN. '
THE ROOM over the store of Thomson
Earle. Applv to
April 19 ALFRED TOLLESON.
JOHN H. HEISE,
O o ii lo ctionep,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL:
(1AND1ES manufactured daily, at as l.?w
J as can be laid down here from the
North. ?i~ Corner of Plain and Marion
Streets. Fell .!
Ale and Porter.
TEN casi- EDINBURG ALE, pints.
DUBLIN PORTER, oints. For sale bv
March 13 E. ? 0. D. HOPE. '
Great destitutiou is reported to ex?
ist among the Choctaw and Cherokee
Indians. They aro without corn, and
have no money to buy it. Their
wants have been made known to the
Tho Washington Chronicle-For?
ney's paper-which claims to bo the
leading organ of the extreme wing of
tho radical pnrty, comes out in a long
editorial in favor of confiscation.
The use of all kinds of fire-works is
to bo prohibited in Boston on the
coming 4th of July. That city, here?
tofore, has annually expended $60,000
The New York Herald now has its
paper manufactured especially for its
use, and every sheet is water marked
on the margin, "2feic York Herald."
Such has been the influx of invalids
into Florida that hotels canuot be
built aud enlarged fast enough to ac?
C. F. JACKSON'S.
DRY GOODS AT COST!
For the Next 20 Days, from this Date.
_ May 23 _ _ _ _
A SEW SUPPLY or
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
ALSO, A NKW SUPPLY Or
ri "MIE above GOOPS were purchased at
JL tho late GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, ami will he sold VERY LOW.
M. L. KINARD.
_ May 29
DR. CUMMINGS' NEW BOOK,
THE LAST WARNING CRY-$1.50.
ECCE DEUO, with Controversial
Notes on Eeee Homo - $1.50.
Louisa Mnblback's Merchant of Berlin.
Juesh II ami His Court.
Frederick Oreat and His Court.
Frederick tho Great ami His Familv.
Frederick the Great and His Friends.
New supplies of St. Elmo.
Woman in White and" Armadale; bv
And other sclccl novels.
DUFFIE .V CHAPMAN,
Booksellers, Townse.nl A North's
May 20 Old Stand, Columbia.
ITCH CURE". ITCH CURE! !
ITCH, ITCH. SCRATCH, SCRATCH.
Itch, Itch, Scratch, Scratch.
Harvey's Itch Cure, Harvey's Itch Cure,
Citi es in 21 hours, cures in 24 hours,
Worst kind of Itch, worst kind of Itch.
Indeed, all kinds of Itch, Tetter, Piles,
Scald Head, Ac. Only 25 cents a box. A
sure cure. Trv it: trv it. For sale bv
FIS HE ii .v HE1NITSH,
May l"> ' Druggists.
Threshing and Ginning.
IAM prepared to make engagements to
any extent for THRESHING WHEAT
and OATS. Also, for GINNING COTTON.
Parties within twenty miles of Columbia
wishing mc to serve them will please notify
nie at once. Te:ms moderate.
W. 1?. LOWRANCE,
April 21 Columbia, S. C.
Paper'. Parer! !
Q f\(^r\ LBS. WRAPPING PAPER,
O.V_/\J V_7 different sizes and quality:
sold lower fian paper from the North.
May2 .TOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Snow POSTERS, HANDBILLS, .fcc.
Our supply of type and facilities of
press-work enable us to turn out from
the Phainix office the most attractive
styles of po.-ter.-, hand-bills, .vc, at
short notice, aud in the most satis?
.li th? Sion of Ute Golden Pad-Lock.
A LARGE Biipply of superior GRAIN
JTV. CRADLES, made expressly to order.
10 d-z. SCYTHE BLADES. In store
and for sale wholesale or retail, at low
prices for cash, by JOHN C. DI Ali.
M av ll
SARATOGA WATER !
JUST received fresh from the Spring.
For sale bv
FISHER A HEINITSH,
April I Druggists.
IFREDERICK THF. GREAT AND HIS
1 FAMILY; by L. Muhlbuok. Berlin and
San?, Souci, or Frederick the Gr? at mid his
Friends. Also, fresh supplies of The Mer
chants of Berlin, Freddie ; the Great and
bis Court and Joseph Second and his
Court. Wearing of the Grey being Per?
sonal Portraits and Ad ven tut es of the War:
by .fohn Esten Cook; with portrait s anti
plates. Sybil's Second Love; by Juba
Kavanagh. Pendennis; by Thackeray
now edition. Diamond Editions of Diek?
ens' Works. Mosby and his Men: by
Crawford. The Cruise of the Shenandoah".
Sut Lovhigood's Yarns: with plates. An tl
some good Novels. Fine Writing Desks.
And, also, the iSaukrupt Law, with Notes
and Decisions: and other new Law Booksi
Foi s ile at JlcCARTER'S Bookstore,
Opposite Columbia Lawyer's Range.
May il !t. L BRYAN.
POST OFFIC E HOURS.-Thc omeo is
opea from 8 a. m. uutil 3}? p. m.,
and from 6 until 7 p. m. The North?
ern mnil closes nt 3'.< p. m., and all
other mails close at 8 p. m.
The lovers of good beef are inform?
ed that by calling at stalls No. 12 and
4, this morning, they can be supplied
with a choice article. Stop and ex?
amine the samples.
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.-Mrs.
Phonix returns her thanks to Mr.
Robert Mayraut for n large ripe apri?
cot-the first of the season, that we
have heard of.
FINE VEGETABLES.-"Weare indebt?
ed to Mr. H. G. G norry for a mesa
of fine new potatoes. Mr. G. has a
variety of vegetables, and will sup?
ply families at reasonable rates. His
garden is on Henderson street, near
HOT AND COLD BATH-.-It is not.
perhaps, generally known that, nt
tnched to Haynesworth ?- Co.'s
shaving saloon, is a bathing-room,
where cold baths can bo obtained at
all hours; and, ii due notice is given,
hot baths, also, will be furnished.
Their shop is on Plain street, on tho
site of the old post office.
Mr. .Jackson advertises "true va?
nilla bean," for sale at his establish?
ment; but, strange to say, applicants,
as a general thing, on being offered
the genuine article, decline to receive
it, preferring thc imitation-gene?
rally known as the Tonqun (or Tonka)
bean. The "true vanilla" is a long
and slim pod; while the spurious is
short-resembling a dried prune
somewhat. Observo thc difference
when you require the article.
IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
MENTS.-We had the pleasure, yes-^0
terdoy afternoon, of witnessing, in
a wheat field belonging to Mr. J. M.
Crawford, the practical Working of a
machine which is destined to revolu?
tionize the reaping process in this
sectiou of country as completely as it
has at the North. We allude to
Wood's self-raking reaper-which
will effectually do the work of from
seven to ten good hands with cradles
-iu fact, it keeps eight bauds busy
binding the sheaves. The wheat is,
cut, and by means of a movable arm
or rake, (which reminds one very
much of a croupier sweeping up his *
gains,) the cuttings nre thrown oft'
the platform iu piles. The reaper
should be seen in operation, however,
to be fully appreciated. Cu flee feels
uneasy about these machines; one
freedman remarked th .t the Yankees
claimed to have set them free, and
then invented machines to starve
them. Mr. W. B. Lowrance is the
ageut for these as u?ell as other labor?
saving agricultural implements. By
the-way, Mr. Crawford has a field of
this bread-producing article, whieh^^
he is saving for seed, that will
rank with any, we believe-and tips
assertion will be verified by practical p
agricultnlists-with any in the jp
TELE, SRATHIC DESPATCHES.-TUe
Phonix and Gleaner are the only
papers in the State, outside of the
city of Charleston, that receive and
publish the latest telegraphic de?
spatches, market reports, etc.-Ame?
rican and European. Recollect, also,
that the news in these publications is
furnished throughout the upper Dis?
tricts twenty-four hours ahead of the
Charleston papers. The subscription
to the daily is a year; tri-weekly
f?, and weekly $3.
A LITERARY JOURNAL.-Thc <Ileana1
is a large eight page quarto journal,
and from the first line on the first
column of the first page to the last
line on the forty-eighth column, it
abounds with select matter; em?
bracing, besides the news of the
week, choice tales, sketches and
poetry, which make it, as its name
indicates, a true "home companion,"
which nu family in the State she uh 1
KEW ADVERTISEMENTS.- Attention ?a ?. ?.1?
ed to th?' following advertisements, wbicli
ure published this morning foi the first
Tho.-. Gregg A C ?.-Brokers.
C. fl. Baldwiu & Co.- Fresh Goods.
Fisher & Lowranco-Belting.
Middle-a^od Servant Wanted.
James Cosgrove-Soda Water, >vc.
Goo. K. Chase A Co.-Steven's Hous<
[n entering upon tho third week ol his
popular ch aring salts, Mr. K, C. Sbivei
intends offering some wonders in all stj
of Embroidered Doods, The favor ?tn I
popularity of the clearing move induces
Ililli to continue to dispense the gr. it I .:
g ai us as heretofore.