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Wednesday Horning. Dee. 83.1868.
Ancient ?nil Modern Wraith.
We are verj fond, in an excess of
vanity over our modern exploits and
discoveries, of turning up our noses
at the ancients and imagining how
those old fogies would stare if they
could be permitted to take a glimpse
of this mundane sphere from which
they have been absent so long. We
doubt very much whether their asto?
nishment would be as great as our
vanity would have it. It is -ell
known that an acquaintance with
Greek, Roman, and even Egyptian
antiquities, is. requisite in a certain
degree to the success of our Btaple
manufactures, and even to more com?
monplace domestic trades. There is
scarcely an article of furniture which
decorates our dwellings that may not
be traced to the walls of Egyptian
palaces and tombs. The most beau?
tiful scroll ornaments observable on
Cashmere shawls ; on silk and cotton
goods-from the gorgeous window
drapery to a common silk handker?
chief-may be traced to the same
souroe. Lost arts are evident among
the splendid testimonials of the luxu?
rious banquets of tho Thcban kings.
.Wo boast, too, of our immense
wealth in gold and silver bullion.
Why, it was as nothing compared
with that of the ancient world. Of
the immense quantity of gold pos?
sessed by the Egyptians, as well as
their elegant manufacture of it,
abundant testimony can bo had of
writers sacred and profaue. Diodo
rns, describing tho grand mausoleum
of Osymandyas, informs us that the
amount of gold and silver dug from
the mines of the Thebais was 3,000,
000,000 of mino, or about $450,000,
000 of onr money. In one voyage
from Sofala, on the African coast, the
Scripture Ophir, Solomon is report?
ed, by Josephus, to havo brough!
home 450 talents in gold, about
$20,000,000 of our money. Kinf
David left in his treasury 100,001
talents of gold and 1,000,000 talent!
of silver, according to tho Book o
Chronicles-about ?1,000,000,000 ii
our money. In the great Temple o
Beins, built by Semiramis, wo hav<
an account of thrco prodigious sta
tues, representing Jupiter, Juno anc
Bhea, all of beaten gold. The firs
statue was forty feet high, the thin
(of Bhea) sculptured sitting on i
throne of massive gold. The statu
of Juno was in an erect position, ant
the same height with that of Jupiter
. The colossal image beaten of solii
gold Nebuchadnezzar set up, wa
ninety feet high, and has been com
puted in value of our money at abou
$50,000,000. -Alexander carried awa;
from the Persian capital alone 1,000,
000,000 of .bullion, in the value o
our money. On the funeral of on
of his favorites be expended $10,000,
000 of gold. But the lavishness c
Cleopatra unfolds to us a vision o
the immense wealth of the Easter]
monarchies. Having invited Anthon
to a banquet, at which the vast num
ber of gold cups set with jewels es
cited his admiration, she immediate
presented him with the whole assorl
ment. The next day, he was agaii
invited to a royal banquet with a]
the chief officers of his army, an
when that banquet was over, ever
guest was presented with the gol
cup out of which he had drank. Th
pearl that sho dissolved and d ran lt
was worth about ?80,000, or $400
000 of our money. The pearl tin
Cosar presented to the mother t
Brutus, and which came from th
same quarter, was estimated at ?50
000 in value, or $250,000.
But what shall wo say of Roma
extravagance? Paulina, a grei
beauty in tho time of Caligula, woi
jewels to tho value of more tba
$2,000,000. The houses of Cassii
and CrassuB Were each valued at moi
than $500,000, estimated by oi
currency. They were external
cased with marble, and had cost
marble pillars to support their cei
ings. They were internally decora
od with rich tapestry, with rare han
inga of Tyrean purple, with urns ai
statues exquisitely sculptured ai
polished. Fountains of parfumi
waters played in tho banquetii
rooms, cooling the. air and refreshii
the guests, who dined off gold plat
served up on tables overlaid with s
vor, and reclined on sofas sustain*
by legs of ivory, silver and gold.
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In the Alaska purchase investit]
tion at Washington, Robert j. Wal
or said that he received #26,000 fr J
tho Russian Minister, for populari
ing the purchase of Alaska by I
tongue and pen; of this ho ga
$5,000 to P. B. Stanton for servie
rendored, and at his suggestion t
editor of the Washington Chroni
was offered $3,000, which he dedin
in favor of his brother.
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Appointments of th? BontT? Carol Ina !
C3r.r.<rcnce, DsCs?uSw 3X, 1868.
CHARLESTON DISTBICT.-A. M.
CHRTJETZBBBO, P. E.
Charleston-Trinity and Cumber
land.'W. P. Monson.
Charleston-Bothel, J. T. Wright
Charleston-Spring Street, J.'R.
Cooper River-E. J. Pennington,
Cypress-To be supplied by A. R.
St. George-J. JJ. Sifley.
St. George's Mission-To bo sup?
Eastern Orange-B. G. Jones.
T>_: j- T Stell
St. Matthews-William Hutto.
Upper St. Matthews-E. T. Wan
BAMBERG DISTRICT.-D. J. SIM?
MONS, P. E.
Bamberg Circuit-T. Raysor.
Barnwell-J. E. Pen nov.
Aiken and Graniteville-Augus?
tine W. Walker.
Upper Orango-R. B. Tarrant,
Orange-J. C. Crisp.
Branchville-T. J. Clyde.
St Bartholomew's-L. Wood, J. J.
Allendale-W. A. Clarko.
Black Swamp-L. C. Loyal.
Hardeevillo Mission-J. R. Coburn.
MARION DIST.-R. J. BOTT?, P. E.
Marion Station-G. H. Wells, T.
Marion Circuit-L. M. Little, T.
W. Munnorlyn, sup.
Brownsville-W. C. Power.
Buck Swamp-J. B. Platt.
Liberty Chapel-D. W. Seale.
Darlington Station-J. E. Watson,
Darlington Circuit-P. F. Kistler.
Lynchburg-D. J. McMillan.
Georgetown-T. A. Porter, A. Er
Kingstree and Black River-W. W
Jones, S. M. Davis.
Conwayboro Station-E. G. Gage
Conwayboro Circuit-L. Scarboro
Waccatnaw Circuit and Mission
S. P. H. Elwell, C. Betts, sup.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT-S. H. BROWNE
Columbia-Washington Street, W
Columbia-Marion Street, W. W
Columbia Circuit-R. R. Dagnall
Rockey Mount-J. L. Shuford.
Wiuusboro-J. S. Connor, G. W
M. Creighton, sup.
Chester-P. G. Bowman.
Richland Fork-H. J. Morgan.
Fairfield-A. J. Canthen.
Sumter Station-H. M. Mood.
Sumter Circuit-J. W. Murray.
Bishopville-J. W. Crider, A. Mc
Manning-S. J. Hill.
Santoe-J. B. Campbell.
S. Leard, Sunday School Agent.
COKESBURY DISTRICT.-W. Il
FLEMING, P. E.
Cokesbury Station-W. T. Caper
S. B. Jouos, sup.
Cokesbury Circuit-W. S. Black.
Abbeville-M. Brown, T. S. D
Ninety-Six-T. G. Herbert.
Saluda River Mission-R. M. Ha
Doro's Mine-J. B. Traywick.
Edgefield-J. T. Kilgo.
Savannah River Mission-To 1
Butler-J. H. Zimmerman.
Newberry Station-O. A. Darby.
Newberry Circuit-W. H. Lawtc
and to bo supplied by J. M. Boyd.
Laurens-J. W. Kelly.
Reedy River-F. Auld.
GREENVILLE DISTRICT.-A. B. Sr
rn ENS, P. E.
Greenville Station-A. J. StafFor
Greenville Circuit-J. J. Wor
Pickeusvillo-To be supplied by
Walhalla-A. N. Wells, F. ]
Williamson-J. M. Carlisle.
Seneca und Togalo-D. D. Byai
Auderson Station-S. A Weber.
Audorson Cirouit-W. A. Hodgi
Pendleton-G. F. Round.
Pendleton Colored Circuit-J.
Orpbau's Home-T. H. Edwards
FRANK, P. E.
Spartauburg Station-W. A. Gan
well, R. C. Oliver, sup.
Spa'tonburg Circuit-J. D. C
pen ter, J. Parker, sup.
Rich Hill-J. S. Ervin.
Pacolet-J. B. Massobau.
Unionville and Fair Forest-A.
Cano Creek and Goshen Hill
Belmont -To bo supplied by W.
Columbus-M. G. Tuttle.
Rutherford-V A. Sharpe.
Cherry Mou; f Mission-To
Marion Station-J. R. Griflith.
McDowell-To be supplied.
Wofford College-A. M. Shi
President; W. Smith, sup., Profesa
A. H. Lester, Professor.
WADESBORO DISTRICT.-F. M. K
NEDY, P. E.
Wad (?sb oro-E. W. Thomps
and to bo supplied by W. T. Mc(
O bera vf-J. B. Little.
Bennertaville-0. H. Pritchard, M.
L. Banks, sup.
Pee Dee Mission-W. Ii. Pegues.
Ansonvillo-J. A. Mood.
Albemarle-J. W Paett.
Concord-ii. B. x^eguej.
Mount Pleasant-J. Finger.
LAU eas ter-C. Thomason.
Hanging Book-B. L. Duffey.
Chesterfield-J. C. Hart-ell, O.
Monroe Station-To bo supplied.
Monroe Circuit-J. W. Abernethy.
Pleasant Grove-J. M. Cline.
South Charlotte-N. K. Melton.
SHELBY DISTRICT.-J. W. NORTH,
Shelby Station-J. W. Humbert.
Shelby vjirouit-A. P. Avant.
Linoolnton-M. A. Connolly, A.
G. Stacey, sup.
South Fork-J. Watts.
Book Spring-C. E. Land.
Dallas-M. H. Hoyle.
Yorkville-J. A. Wood, L. A.
York Circuit-To bo supplied.
Book Hill-J. S. Nelson, E. B.
Pineville-E. A. Lcmmond.
Charlotte-E. J. Meynardie, T. H.
Boone, sup., W. S. Haltum, sup.
Calvary Mission-To be supplied.
North Charlotte Circuit-J. J.
Lenoir-G. W. Ivey.
Happy Home-To be supplied by
B. L. Abernethy.
Morganton-P. L. Herman.
John's Biver Missiou-To bc sup?
plied by N. Kaylor.
Davenport Female College-S.
CoKESnURY CoiiOBED DlSTBICT.
W. H. FLEMING, P. E.
Greenwood Circuit-To be sup?
plied by R. M. Valentine.
Flat Woods-To bo supplied by A.
Willington-To be supplied by W.
Warrenton-To be supplied by F.
Lowndesvillo-To bo supplied by
Harrisburg-To bo supplied 'by N.
It. L. Harper transferred to Mem?
F. A. Mood, transferred to Texas
W. G. Connor transferred to Texas
C. Murchison transferred to Illinois
A. R. Bennie!; transferred to Rol?
A special telegram to the Charles?
ton News, dated Washington, Decem?
ber 21, says, it is stated that the
Government will proceed to attach
the property of Fraser, Trenholm &
Co., on a judgment for $500,000, and
that the proceedings will commenco
at the opening of tho new year. Tho
statement heretofore made to the
effect that largo sums were duo tho
late Confederate Government by
French and English firms, is now be?
lieved to have been a mero pretence.
The Confederacy had drawn its last
dollar in money, and about all that
could bo found to which tho United
States Government could lay claim,
was such property as had not been
shipped, or which beiug shipped had
not been delivered prior to the sur?
render, and was ordered back by the
parties who had shipped it. Much
of that property had had its marks
removed to prevent identification,
though some of it has sinco been dis?
covered by reason of disputes arising
among the parties concerned. In the
suits of the United States rs. Fraser,
Trenholm & Co., it is claimed that
there was an agreement that judgment
should be confessed for a reasonable
amount by tho defendants, and it is
said that it is in consequence of their
failure to do this that tho Govern?
ment, has determined to seek either
in Charleston orin England a judg?
ment for $500,000.
ARREST OF THE MURDERERS OF GF.
NERAXi HINDMAN.-A correspondent
writes us from Clarendon, Monroe
County, Arkansas: "Tho assassin of
Gen. T. C. Hindmau has boen ar?
rested in Vicksburg, has confessed his
crime, and implicates about twenty of
the citizens of Helena, not only as
accessories, but as instigators and
promoters of the deed. I hopo all
will be brought to justice. People
aro opposed to mob or lynch law. A
number of men have beon killed in
this County this year, most of them
by feuds engendered in families and
family difficulties. Only two men
wero martyrs to principles, ono a De?
mocrat, tho othor a radical."
[New York Sun.
That very troublesome woman,
Lady Bulwer, is in a mad-house. She
has been in a mad stato about her
husband for years. By a wiso dis?
pensation of Providence, ho becamo
Au infant, bnt a few days old, diod
in Harrisville, Connecticut, last week,
from au over-doso of tincture of
opium. Tho medicine was prescribed
for the mother, who "thought somo
of it would quiet tho baby," and it
J. H. Herrick, a bright boy of
eighty, recently married a gontlo
maiden, named Chacfiold, of tho samo
ago. Their parents made no objec?
tion. Their rosidenco is at Lodi,
DEATH OB1 A NOTED GUERILLA.
Tho noted Captain Ed. Terrell, one
of the moat terrible bushwhackers
that figured on either side daring the
vf ar, died in the city hospital of
Louisville on Sunday morning last.
8. S. C. Dugan, late Mayor of
Laramio City, Kansas, was lynched
by the citizens a few days ago. He
had committed several murders and
other crimes, and was und jr arrest
at the time.
A correspondent tolls us how to
prevent hydrophobia. Spriggins
says he onoe prevented a severe case
of the malady by simply getting on a
high fence and waiting there until
the dog left.
The new Purk Bank building was
opened in New York Tuesday, and a
hungry crowd was lunohed in the
basement. The building cost 81,
Tho new suspension bridge at Ni?
agara Falls, it is expected, will be
completed early in Docember. It
has a single span of 1,264 feet.
Queen Vfctoria is again a grand?
mother. This time, Princess Alice
of Hesse, is the cause, and the grand?
child a son.
JH"This is what they call a fellow
feeling for a man," said a loafer, as
a watchman was groping for him in
A Michigan farmer has husked 100
bushels of corn in eight hours, and
won a $25 premium.
f ^ A LARGE TURKEY and two
TnBfTh FI? " CAKES will bo raffled, at
. ZZ1 WJ. RAHLMAN'S, at 8 o'clock,
THURSDAY EVENING. Come one, como
all^ Doc 23
Hurrah ! Hurrah ! for the Holidays !
TO RE RAFFLED, ON THURSDAY
EVENING, nearlv 1,000 pounds of
richly ornamented FRUIT and PLAIN
CAKES, and of almost every conceivable
si/.o. Tbcso Cakes aro moat beautifully
decorated with pretty designs, and aro not
only teroptiug to the eye, but are especial?
ly inviting to the taste-being made of the
moBt delicious material and expressly for
a Christmas treat. Also an innumerable
number of other pretty articles, admirably
adapted for Christmas and New Year pre
scuts. We would advise all those lucky
ones to bo on hand, aa they may expect
lots of fun and many prizes, at a very tri?
fling expense. Tho milling to commence
at 7 o'clock, on Christmas Eve, at the
?tore on Main street, formerly occupied bj
R. C. Shiver, so well known as thc popular
drv goods house. At
JOHN n. nEISE'S,
Dec 23 2* Confectionery Store.
EITHER ( n Senate or Sumter street,
a small JET BROOCH, diamond
shaped, with a pearl set. It ia valued on
account of associations. The tinder will
bo rewarded by leaving it at thia office.
A BAR FOR SALE.
INCLUDING STOCK, FIXTURES, Ac,
will bo sold at a bargain, if applied for
during thia week. Address,
FRANK C. WHITE,
_JDoc 22 2* _Columbia P. O.
Come! Come!'. Come!!!
ET your Christmas Groceries:
\JT RAISINS, Currants, Nuta,
Citron, Spicea, Jellies,
Oranges, Lemons, Prunes.
Finest Hams in North America,
Smoked Salmon and Tongues,
Pickled Trout and Fig'a Foot.
SCOTCH WHISKEY, (real Peat Reek,)
Puro French Brandy,
Newark Cider, ?Vc, Ac
For sale bv GEO. SYMMERS.
JOHN H. HEISE.
#THE Subacribcr would respect?
fully inform tho citizens of Colum?
bia and tho surrounding country,
that ho has taken thc largo and
spacious storo, rocently occupied ny Mr.
Robert C. Shiver, and openeu a tine and
select stock of CONFECTIONERY, TOY
AND FANCY GOODS, suitable for tho
"CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS." I roturn my
sincere thanks to my friends and tho pub?
lic, for their former patronage.
JOHN H. HEISE.
N. B.-My Candy Manufactory is on the
corner ol Marion aw' Plain streets. All
orders from tho couutry will be promptly
attende I to, at tho lowoat cash prices.
Doc 22_ JOHN H. HEI8E.
Clear the Track.
KRISS KRINGLE IS COMING.
AND will hold his annual levee at
Main etroet, Greenfield's Row, whero hi?
extensivo show rooms will bo oponed, on
TUESDAY, the 22d instant, exhibiting
large and well selected assortment of
TOYS, in endleas variety.
Stock of French Bon-Bons and Confec?
tions, rich and rare.
Homo manufactured Candies, fresh and
A fine assortment of Cakes-Fruit,
Ponnd and Sponge.
A great variety of email Ornamented
Mineo and ol her pica.
Scotch Short Bread.
FIRE-WORKS, TORPEDOES, Ac
For Sale or Bent
?A COMMODIOUS HOUSE, o i Lau?
rel etreot. Apply to
p. w. MCMASTER,
No. 5 Law Range, Columbia, S. f).
Dec 20 3*
If any ol oar readers have been
"Shermanized" recently of a trunk,
containing some wearing apparel, let
them call at this office, and we will
tell them how to get it again.
CASH.-Onr terms are strictly cash.
If an advertisement is to be inserted,
hand over the money; if a paper is
subscribed for, the money must ac
company tho order-otherwise no
attention will be paid to them. This
is a rnle which will be adhered to.
Mr. McKenzie's Christmas tree is
filled with fruit, which is being ge?
nerally distributed; but it mnst
belong to the ever-bearing kind, from
the fact that, no matter how heavy
the demand, it seems constantly full.
It will be illuminated to-night, and
a general invitation is exteuded to
the citizens, as well as visitors from
tho country, to call, see and, if so
disposed, purchaso some of the ex?
Tho New Electric Monthly is pub?
lished in Baltimore, at 84 per annum,
by Turnbull & Murdooh, 54 Lexing?
ton street. This favorable monthly
enters upon its fourth volume in
January. It is the leading Amorican
reprint of foreign and domestic
literature. The articles are selected
with care, judgment aud taste. We
know of no magazine we could re?
commend more highly ns a valuable
visitor to tho fumily circle.
Ou?t BOOK TAULE.-"The Gordian
Knot," by Shirley Brooks, has been
re-published by Messrs. Harper &
Brothers, in paper covers. Tho
novel was read with great interest on
its first publication, and as it has
boon revised by the author, will
doubtless meet with a large sale. We
are indebted to Messrs. Bryan &
McCarter for copies of tho above, as
also of "Tho Woman's Kingdom,"
a love story, by tho author of "John
Halifax, Gentleman," otc, which has
been running in Harper's Weekly for
several months, and is now out in
neat pamphlet form, illustrated with
several huudred pistares. It will bo
read with avidity. The author takes
the following as his text:
"Queens you must always be-]
queens to your lovers; queens to
your husbands and yoursons; queens
of higher mystery to tho world be?
yond. But, alas! you are too often
idle and careless queens, grasping at
majesty in the least things, while you
abdicate it in the greatest!"
Dr. E. E. Jackson's stock of arti?
cles for tho holidays includes the
entiro grade, running through the
useful, ornamental, indispensable,
scent-imental and even detrimental
by the latter, of course, we mean
opium and tobacco, which he is ne?
cessarily compelled to keep, as some
unfortunate persons will use them.
Delicate perfumes, fancy soaps and
hair oils; Meerschaum and mere
sham pipes; purses and portomonaies
of different kinds; besides a lot of
other things "too numerous to men?
tion," as tho auctioneers say; and as
an extra inducement, it is currently
reported that the doctor will present
a portrait of himself to every lady
who purchases goods from him to tho
amount of $25.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
office open during tho week from %y?
a. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from
4 to 5 p. m.
Tho Charleston and Western mails
are open for delivery at 5 p. m., and
close at 8% p. m. Charleston night
mail open 8^ a. m., close 4V? p. m.
Northern-Opon for delivery at
8)'2 a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery 5
p. m., closes at 8>? p. m.
FAST AND CHEAP PBTNTINO.-Wo
have just added a fast card press-of
the Degener k Weiler patent-to the
machinery of the Phoenix office; and
have also made additions to our stock
of fancy type, cards, paper, etc.
Porsons in want of any styles of
book and job printing, are invited to
call and examine samples and prices.
Cards printed at abo" test notice, and
at prices varying from $3 to 810 per
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.- Special at
tention is called to the following ad?
vertisements, published for the first
time this morning:
D. C. Peixotto & Son-Auctions.
Government Property at Auction.
Jacob Levin-Auction Sale.
J. H. Heise-Hurrah!
Baron Rothschild left enough
mouoy to buy all Now York city at
its assessed vainc.
Macy years ago the writer of this
notice and an invalid physician,
while visiting the Island of St. Croix
for their health, experienced and
witnessed many surprising and bene?
ficial effecto of the Bum there pro?
duced upon many of the invalids who
were, like ourselves, seeking health,
and upon inquiry and investigation,
obtained a fall history of its medi?
cinal virtues. He was delighted and
surprised, and determined to make
it the basis of a Tonic and Restora?
tive Medicine. Tho result of his labors
was a glorious success for himself
and suffering humanity. .The,cele?
brated PLANTATION BITTEUS waa thus
made known t-o the world. Peing
an article of real merit, founded on
new principles, and relying wholly
upon the vegetable kingdom for its
medicinal effects, it worked a rapid
revolution in the treatment of phy?
MAGNOLIA. WATEB-Superior to the
best imported German Cologne, and
sold at half the price. D18Jlt3
Christmas and Kew Tear's
Presents for Young and Old !
AVARIETY OF JUVENILE BOOKS
Fine and cheap editions of tho Stand?
ard PC ETIC KL WORK8, Britiah and Ame?
rican; Photograph ALBUMS, (60 styles,)
from 75 cents to $12.00. STEREOSCOPES,
and Pictures to match; CHROMOS, beau?
tiful; Foreign ENGRAVINGS; Rosowood
and Mahogany Writing Desks; Portfolios:
Work Boxes, all sizes; Gold Poncils; Gola
Pene; Ink-stands; Pocket Knives;!Diaries
for 18C9, (very neat;) also, a new variety of
Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian and
Baptist HYMN BOOKS: Episcopal and
Catholic Prayer Books; Fine Pocket and
Family BIBLES, Ac, from England, all
styles, j nKt received, at
BRYAN A McCARTER'8
Dec 22 10_;_Book Store.
C Charlotte and S. 0. Railroad Co.
TREASURER'S OK FI o?,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Decomber 22, 1863.
HOLDERS of Bonds of this Company,
maturing January 1, 1369, also, of
Coupons which matured prior to January
1,1868. are invited to fund them in SEVEN
PER CENT. COUPON BONDS. The Trea?
surer is prepared to issue the new Bonds,
and where fractions of $500 occur, Frac?
tional Bonds, bearing 7 per cent, interest,
will bo issued therefor
This Company has redeemed its Coupons
which matured on and subs?quent to Jan?
uary 1, 1868, and will continue to do so as
they mature, at the Carolina National Bank
in this city, and at the First National Bank,
Charlotte. N. C. C. H. MANSON,
Dec 22 9_Treasnrer.
R. & W. C. SWAFPIELD.
THE subscriber is now opening a rich
and beautiful assortment of CHINA,
Bohemian, Bisque, Lava, Parian and
Plated Goods, suitable to tho approaching
season. W. B. STANLEY.
North Carolina Buckwheat.
ONE THOUSAND POUNDS North Ca?
rolina BUCKWHEAT, just received
and for sale low by
Deo 20 2 T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
AND NEW YEAR
PERSON8 who aro looking for some?
thing appropriate for holiday pre?
sents, will find no bettor solcction of new
and pretty articles than at
Dec 13 6f*_E. POLLARD'S.
Extracts, Odors, Boquots, Fountains,
Antique Oil, German Oologno, LqbhVs Ex?
tracts and Powder, Royal Lavender. Per?
fumed Crackers, French Pomades, "Oba
motiquo," English Hair Brushes, Droeaing
Combs, assortod;Fine Toola ComoB, Eng?
lish and Frenoh Tooth Brushes; Elegant
Toilet Soap-Bose, Almond, Honoy, Gly?
cerine, Windsor, Zahator, Skin Soap,' for
tho complexion; Powder Puffs and Boxes,
in variety; Toilet Waters; aU vory cheap at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
Dec 20f Drug 8tore._
ELDER FLOWER SOAP,
LILAC FLOWER SOAP,
For salo by E. E. JACK80N.
Marsh MaUowa, Jojubo Pasto,
Mint. Cayenne and Gintrer LOZENGES.
Deo 19 6_ E. E. JACKSON.
Pectoral Cough Candy.
THE best Cough Remedy in tho world.
It stands pre-eminent for public
speakors, particularly Lawyers and Di?
vinos, as it gives clearness and distinct?
ness to tho voice and fortifies tho lungs
for any futuro omergencv. No ono shonld
bo without it when tho ohanges in tho
weather aro so frequent. Wo would ad viso
you to koop this artiole of Cough Candy by
you, for it is very convenient and ploaaant
to take until all signs and symptoms of
your Cough or Cold has entirely disap?
peared. For salo at E. POLLARD'S.
Dec 13 +lmo*