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Sun tay Morning. December 37.1868.
CASH.-Oar terms are strictly casb.
If an advertisement is to be inserted, ?
hand over the mouoy; if a paper is
subscribed for, tbe money must ac?
company the order-otherwise no
attention trill bo paid to them. This
is a role which will be adhered to.
Sane? tar the Goose im 8ux.ee for the
The difficulty which the colored
Representative from Louisiana, Me?
nard, finds in obtaining a seat in the
House of Repreeentntiyee, presents a
significant contrast to the facility
with which the colored men of tho
South are assisted into the Legisla?
tures and Conventions of the South?
ern States, by tho very party which
seems so reluctant to make the ac?
quaintance of the colored brother
froni Louisiana. Whilst Representa?
tive Menard is only permitted to look
on, as yet, at the legislative perform?
ances in the House, and is reported
to be left oat in the cold, socially as
well as politically, by his Republican
?comrades, Mr. Pomeroy introduces a
bill in tho Senate, having the purpose
of so amending the Constitution of
Georgia, as to place beyond all possi?
bility of doubt tifo right of every
citizen of the State, black and white,
to hold office. Tho world cannot fail
to observe the difference between Re?
publican theory and practice, by lis?
tening to Mr. Pomeroy in tho Sonate
and looking at Representative Menard
in tho lobby of the House. The con?
trast is striking and suggestive. It
may be an ingenious device for per?
petuating politioal power, and though
designed as an exquisite gratification
of revenge, it has failed of its object
so far as humiliating thc Southern
pcoplo is concerned, most of them
having received it with tho calmuess
of demeanor whioh might be expect?
ed of them, whilst as a political ex?
pedient, it may provo a petard which
will, in tho end, hoist the inventor.
With tbe progress of intelligence
ainoug the colored people of the
South, it is quito possible that they
may como iu time to inquire why it
is that such solicitude is manifested
by the. radical leaders for their right
to office in tho States, and none at all
for their right to enter Congress
Some of them, more ambitions than
others, may not be always content
with official equality with Southern
statesmen, but may aspire, as Menard
does, to that wider field of useful?
ness and loftier elevation, where they
may fraternizo with those choice rodi
cal spirits by whoso incubations they
hovo been hatched into political con?
sequence. It is difficult to see, as thc
Baltimore Sun aptly says, why co?
lored men, who nie considered com?
petent to bit in the legislative and
Convention balls of the South, should
not b'- equal to a plano alongside some
of our intelligent Congressmen from
Universal Amnesty Declared.
Whether sufficient to beal all our
ills or not, wc huil with joy n procla?
mation from the President announc?
ing a full und completo amnesty and
pardon for all political offences in con?
nection with tho late war between tho
States of tho North and the States of
the South. It wus due to his admin?
istration that it should be signalized
by au act that destroyed nil distinc?
tion in the matter of political rights
among American citizens. Such .is
tho constitutional effect of tho par?
don, und could a caso bo mudo and a
decision extorted, the Supreme Court
would decide that it swept away
every disability or disqualification
prescribed by Congress as a penalty
for engaging in tho late war against,
tho United States. But, tho Savan?
nah Republican asks, will Congress
treat it as such sud give it its legiti?
mate scope? It will doubtless con
tiuuo in the future, as in thc past, to
regard thu President's pardou as a
nnllity, if indeed it do not positively
voto him a censare for this exerciso
of an undoubted Executive preroga?
A mooting of commercial travelers,
or, as they aro generally termed,
"drums," was held in the Astor
House, in New York, recently, for
tho purposo of securing the ubolition
of tho present obnoxious license laws
??f tho various cities and States. A
committee was appointed fo raise
anbseriptibns, io order to test tho
legality of the license laws with re
forcuco to commercial travelers.
CALIFORNIA,-Few people have an
idea ol th? extent of California. The
State ia TOO miles long, bj about 200
wide. 8:m Frunc? seo and Sacramento
together have a population of about
170,000, leaving about 300,000 popu?
lation for this area o? country-aa
large as all New England and Now
York and Pennsylvania together-on
aroa largo enough and rich enough
to sustain a population of 30,000,000.
It would make a largo sized European
kingdom. Tho State will have
13,000,000 bushels of wheat to spare,
which will bring in from $18,000,000
to $20,000,000. The wool-clip is
larger than ever before. The viutago
?ro m isa? to be the sHKst ever gather?
ed. 25,000,000 grape-vines are in
bearing, and new vineyards aro the
order of the day. Tho State han just
begun its not-work of railrondfl, soon
to be connected by the long spider
thread across the continent.
ADULTERATIONS.-A recent exten?
sive examination into the ohnractor
of goods sold at a large number of
grocery stores in New York city, dis
oloses, besides short weight, adulte?
rations of tho following character:
Ground Java coffee contained rousted
bread crnmbs, peas and rye chicory,
burnt Mugar and coffee essence;
ground cinnamon waa adulterated
witk tapioca; ground maco with pul?
verized crackers; ground cloves, with
spices of all kinds, from which tho
essential oil had been extracted. Tea
contained willow leaves, genuino
broken leaves agglutinated by some
artifice, damaged leaves and toa dust.
Tho green tea was colored with a
powder supposed to be Prussian blue,
and the sugar was moistened with
water to the extent of ten per cent. |
CHINA AND JAPAN.-Late advices
state that tho English fleet reached
Nankin on the 8th and demanded
full reparation for the recent insults
to tho missionaries at Hang Chow,
which was granted by tho Viceroy,
after threats had boon made to seize
a Chiueso gnu-bout in tho event ol
refusal. A rebellion, under General
Ling, hud droken out in Northern
China. Proclamations against Christ?
ians were being widely posted. The
troublesatFormo.su, between Chiucsc
and foreigners wore assuming a se?
rious aspect, mid gun-bouts have
been sent to protect the latter.
From Jnpan wo learn that tho fi vi
war continued, although it was re
ported that tho imperialists had cap
tured thu rebels' chief town. Sever;
war ships hud appeared in tho inlant
sea and destroyed many castles am
somo towns. Tho crowning of th?
Mikado, at Kiotto, was observed a?
a gala day. Prince Satnma's visit tt
the Mikado had been postponed, ii
consequence of his discovering a plo
to capture him.
-.-o . -
Whenever European editois .see ai
item of nows credited by tho piper
to the Homer Iliad, of Louisiana
they invariably take it as a greu
joke-instead of being a very seriou
fact. There is no accounting fo
tastes, however, in newspaper title*
and our own opinion is that Maim
fairly matches Louisiana by he
Presoue. Isle Loyal Sunrise. W
always thought the Hunker Hit
Aurora, ol Charlestown, furnished
striking combination of ideas in it
name; but Loyal Sunrise goes alien*
even of that, in felicitous suggestions
Who shall say Dickens' newcpnpe
names in Marlin Chuzzlcicit are extr.i
& AN OLD COLORED MAN AND A Bo
DROWNED.-Asa Campbell and Wi
Freeman, old colored men, und a bo
named Henry Small, started froi
Bautowles, St. Paul's Parish, da
before yesterday, for the city, in tl il;
loaded with wood and liny. The
got through Wappoo Cut safely, bi
when in Ashley River, off Ghisolm
Mills, yesterday at day-light, a big
wind caused the tide to beat iu tl
flat, which filled and swamped. As
Campbell, sixty-two years old, caugl
hold of a bale of bay and SUStninc
himself, and called loudly for tl
other old mau und the boy, but th?
i did not answer, and ho says the
I were drowned. - Charleston News.
I MURDEH ni CHALMERS STREET.
On Wednesday night, about half-pa
12 o'clock, Samuel Dawson, colore
was murdered in a shanty in Chu
mers street, near Church street, I
James Loriug, colored, alias Indit
Jim-a notorious villain. Tl
causo of tho murder wan jealous
When Dawson's body was examine
it was found to have twenty-tv
wounds. Corouer Whiting held r
inquest over the body, at which D
Joseph Yates attended. Tho jiu
returned a verdict in accordance wi
the above statement.
I Charleston News.
Jt is suid that Frank Ueno, one
the express robbers lynched the otb
day ut Now Albany, Indiaua, aloi
knew of tho place where wus de pos
od $90,000, tho proceeds of ono
his muny robberies. His sister visit?
him somo duys before he was hange
and tried to induce him to tell who
j this bunni was concealed; but he r
fused, telliug her tiiut if ho cou
j not live to enjoy it, no ono el
'should. The secret died with bim
The latter part of hut -rook, near
Dresden, Weukly County, Teoncosee,
a nogro woman dag a hoi? near hex
cabin, placed her two children in it,
then lighted a large fire and cotually
burned them up. She waa subse?
quently arrested, and when asked
why she committed the horrid deed,
said her children would not obey
her, and so she concluded to kill
There ia an Irish superstition that
tho breath of a child who never be?
hold, the face of its father, charms
away disease. Irish children, ac?
cordingly, whose fathers dio before
their birth, are in demand even in
this oonntry. They are frequently
called in from the street, or from
school, to "breathe cu the or
There is a wide-spread bolicf in
Enropo that the Napoleonic Dynasty
and the French Empire will full in
1869. This superstition is the result
of Bomo curiously mysterious figures
published throe years ago iu the
Iiulepenaence Beige, which mako the
year 1869 do for Napoleon what the
year 1848 did for Louis Philippe.
Two San Frauoisco policemen tried
to arrest a Chinaman on tho 2d of
this month. They found it neces?
sary to leavo him a moment, and so
baud-cuffed him with bis arms each
side of a lamp-post. Wheu they re?
turned their prisoner was gone-ho
had climbed up tho post and swung
bis arms over the top.
INCENDIARY Fots.-Wo regret to
leam that Mrs. Yeargiu, who lived
in our town until within the past
year, and who bad removed to her
farm, about six miles from town, was
burned out by some incendiary last
week, and bad barely timo to escape
with ber life from tho burning build?
Au Indian and asbe-bcar were found
lying dead together iu tho town of
Woodville, Wisconsin. Tho Indian
had shot the bear six times aud then
attacked her with a knife. She
squeezed tho lifo ou*, of him in a
A serious liro ocenrred in Elberton.
Georgia, ou tho 14tb, which among
other property, destroyed the office
of the Elberton Gazette, published by
Mr. S. N. Carpenter, ot' thia State.
On tho 17th instant, at Elm Duh-, Edge
fleld County, Wv Rev. Ii. K. Gwaltney, WM.
P. ROATH, formerly of Columbia, to
ANNIE P., fourth daughter of 8. W. Ni?
Furnished House to Rent.
ONE of tin* most pleasant and con
?flU ventent COTTAGE HOUSES in the
? eily, situated in a desirable neigh?
borhood, is offered for REN T. Applv to
_Dcc27:! EDWIN J. SCOTT.
Mass Meeting A.'. F.". M.'.
A Mooting of the Craft is fra
??O^tern.illv culled for TO-MORROW
**-S?(Mond?y) AFTERNOON, at -1
o'clock, to receive the Report ot tho Board
of Trustees. A full and prompt attendance
?a fraternally requested.
W. T. WALTER,
I Dec. 27 1 Secretay Roard of Trustees.
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
A AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION
.^r&groi Richland Lodge, No. 30, A. F.
/^\M.. will he held, at Masonic Hall.
TO-MORROW EVENING, (28ih inst.,) at
8 o'clock. b>r tho Installation of Officers.
Bv order of tho W. M.
Dec 27 1 R. TOZER. Sec'y.
Celebration of Emancipation Day.
ALL the Male Societies in Richland
County, are respectfully invited to
semi three Delegates to a Meeting, to be
held in Wavman Lodge, on TUESDAY
EVEN 1 N(i NEXT, to make arrangements
to celebrato tho Anniversary of tho Eman?
cipation Proclamation, on January 1, I860.
S. B. THOMPSON,
Dec 271 chm'n Com. Arrangements.
ONLY TWO TOILET SETS left at
E. E. JACKSON'S.
HURRY UP, if you want to mako a
To License Holders.
CITV CLKBK'S Orrai:,
COLUMBIA, December 26, lHGs.
PERSONS to whom tho city authorities
have granted License for selling spi
rituous LIQUORS and for other purposes,
aro notified that all Liconsca expire on the
FIRST OF JANUARY NEXT.
Applications for renewal, accompanied
by the required bond and the money, must
bo deposited with tho City Clerk, on or be?
fore that date. J. 8. MoMAIION,
Dec 27 5 Citv Clerk.
C. F. JACKSON,
having sold out the
bulk of his fancy ar?
ticles, will receive,
THIS WE??K? a
large and elegant as?
sortment of O HOICE
ARTICLES in his
line, suitable f o r
? Company Ima been formed, ??th
the sanction of the Argentine Go?
vernment, to export live cattle to En
tope from Buenos Ayres. ?^*or this j
new enterprise, seven large ?tonmers
are to be built in England, titted to
carry 1,200 head of cattle each, to
distill 8,000 gallons of sea water every
day, and to accomplish the voyage
from the River Platte to England iu
The British clergy aro accused of
attending too much to politics. A
Massachusetts paper mentions one
who was so busy electioneering at the |
late election, that bo left a corpse in
his church for three hours, with the
mourners waiting for him to como
(in* HODSK BURNT.-Tho gin house
of Mr. King, at 90, in Abbeville
County, caught fire accidentally on
last Friday morning, and was com?
pletely destroyed. Tho house, con?
tained five bales of cotton in the
seed, belonging to aoveral parties.
A New Haven ru flinn, last week,
attempted to outrage un old lady of
Bixty years, first silencing her by
placing a pluster over her mouth.
After a struggle, a passer-by fright?
ened tho brute away.
A New York surgeon has revived
the chirurgical idea of amputating
tho littles toe of children to prevent
corns in after life.
The publication of the Cheater
Standard is to bo discontinued.
Cause-wuut of patronage.
George Peabody, Esq., has given
to tho poor between four and fivo
millions in gold.
Branchville Hotel to Rent.
TH li attention of capital?
ists is, particularly directed
to the numerous advan?
tages of tim HRANCH
VIuL.b. HUI KL, from iis peculiar situa?
tion, hoing at t ho junction of the Columbia,
Augusta ami Charleston Divisions of the
South Carolina Railroad, and upon the
direct line, North and South, it is insured
tho patronage of a large local and through
Bids for ita occupation for the ensuing
year, will be received by H. T. PEAKE,
General Superintendent South Carolina
Railroad, at Charleston, S. C., until Janu?
ary 1. Dee 87 3
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Fit E K C H NOVELTIES-Perfumery,
Extracts, Odors, Roquets, Fountains,
Antique Oil, German Cologno, Lubin'a Ex?
tracte and Powder, Royal Lavender, Per?
fumed Crackers, French Pomades, "Cos?
m?tique," English Hair Brushes, Dressing
Combs, assorted; Pine Tooth Combs, Eng?
lish and French Tooth Brushes; Elegant
Toilet Soap-Roso, Almond, Honey, Gly?
cerine, Windsor, /abater. Skin Soap, for
the complexion; Powder Puffs and BoxeH,
in variety; Toilet Waters; all very cheap at
FISHER A HEINlTSH'S
Pectoral Cough Candy.
Ililli best Cough Remedy in thc world.
. It stands pre-eminent for public
speakers, particularly Lawyers and Di?
vines, as it gives clearness and distinct?
ness to the voice and fortifies the lungs
for any future emergency. No ono should
be without it when tho changes in the
weather aro so frequent. We would advise
you to keon this article of Cough Candy by
you, for it is very convenient and pleasant
to tako, until all signs and symptoms of j
your Cough or Cold has entirelv disap- j
peared. For salo at E. POLLARD'S.
Dec Ll Timo*
PORT MONIES AND PURSES.
DECIDEDLY the largest and best selec?
tion ;>f the real Russia Leather
POCKET BOOKS and PURSES. Suitablo
for ladies and gentlemen, at
PIPES J PIPES ! .'
rilli Ii real Meerschaum and Briar Root
JL PIPES, tho largest and best selection
over offered ?i this city. Also a fine as?
sortment of Cherry Stems, with a variety
of Meerschaum Segar Holders and Tobac?
co Bags. Just received at
WA L KINU CA NES.
JU.ST opened, a largo lot of fine polished
CANES, both heavy and light. Also
some pretty fancy Canes, at
Dee lSflino* E. POLLARD'S
For sale at
BEWARE OP DECEIT,
AND call at tho Cob mbia leo
<>si il Arllonse, if von want good, frcah
^??XS? NORFOLK OYSTERS, at 50
cents per quart. I am rocoiving them
dally, direct from Norfolk, by Express.
Dca 17 JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
8BOXES R -*E BUD, very fine,
4 boxe Commonwealth, very flue,
4 boxea Dow Drop, vorv fine,
2 caaes pnre Virginia Leaf Smoking To?
bacco, half and whole boxea.
JOHN C. SEEGP.RP,
' Dec 10 Main strcot, roar Poet Office.
\**t ' i 'f ..?'/.fr . ' i fi IMO* . ? i' T "n\-1- i T*I
LEGACY TO A COLO ii KO WOMAN.
Maria Martha, a colored woman, re*
contly a slat?, lina had bequeathed to
her a farm in Platte County, Missou?
ri, valued & $C, OOO. Her old mas?
ter ia the ?en oro ns donor. She says
she never waa so happy aa when in
slavery, and blesses the name of her
kind old master.
SOCIETY HILL Bm DO E.-We learn
from the Bcnnettsville Journal that |
the Society Hill Bridge is now com?
pleted, and travelers have been
crossing for several days. We learn
that the bridge is very strongly bnilt,
and will stand many a heavy freshet.
In the new British House of Com?
mons there are twelve Independents,
fire Baptiste, Sro Quakers, two Wes?
leyan Methodists, one Calvinistic
Methodist, seventeen Unitarians, ten
Presbyterians, six Hebrews and
It is aaid that Brick Pomcroy's
New York Democrat ix a losing con?
cern, and will shortly be discontinned.
The subscriptions to his La Crosso
publication have fallen off terribly
since the election of Grant.
A colored field hand, aged eight?
een, has been found in Mississippi,
who plays on the piano tho most dif?
ficult airs. She is to bc publicly ex?
William McMahon, a printer in
Louisville, Ky., is reported ns having
fallen heir to ?8.000 sterling, be?
queathed by an English relativo.
A man named King, living in Bose
Valley, Western Now York, bas had
thirty-one children by one wife.
MY PLANTATION, situated on Broad
River, about ten milos above Colum?
bia, It is good Corn and Cotton land.
For further particulars aildn-Hs mo
through the Post Ofllco.
Dec 2t 7* W. P. BQOKTER.
THF. MISSES STARK will receive Board?
ers-or Kent their honso. Iuqairo
East end of Henato street. Dec 17 thtw4
SEVE lt AL BOOMS over Palmers Tin
Store, on Main street. Dec 25
A COTTAGE HOUSE, containing
four rooms, with kitchen, out-houses,
?etc., within ono square of Charlotte
Depot. Apply at this Onice. Dec 24
^ A FINE lot of young Kentucky
Mk.- MULES. They may he Been at
^HB Mr. Charba Logan's lot, corner
tnfm fl of Senate and Assombly streets.
_Dec 24 (.* W. H. TALBOTT._
Annual Meeting Columbia Gas Light
rilliE Stockholders in Hie above Company
I will attend their annual meeting, at
Carolina Hal), on THURSDAY, 31st in?
stant, at 12 o'clock M.
Dec 20 m t aili Beere ;ry.
THE COTTAGE nOUSE, n oar do
Arsenal, occupied at present by Mr.
J. A. Dearmon. Possession given
1st Junuary. Apply to
Dec 0 mth_ T.^J. A H. M. GIBSON.
Christmas and New Year's
Presents for Young and Old '.
AVARIETY or JUVENILE BOOKS -
Fine and cheap editions of tho Stand?
ard POETICAL WORKS. British and Ame?
rican; Pnotograph ALBUMS, (50 Btyloa,)
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 sizos; Gold Pencils; Gold
Pens; Ink-stands; Pockot Knives;} Diaries
for 18f>9, (very neat;) also, a new variety of |
Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian and
Baptist HYMN BOOKS; Episcopal and
Catholic Prayer Books; Fino Pocket and
Family BIRLES, ito., from England, all
styles, just received, at
BRYAN A McCARTER'S
Dec 22 10 Book Store.
WATCHES, SLEKVB BUTTONS,
KI \<; rc It KINGS, STUDS, KT c.
SELLING LOW AT
Dec 22 Sign of tho Green Specks.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
FOUR FINE BILLIARD
'TABLES, in completo or?
?der, Marble and Slatu
Bedding, with Balls. Ones
and Counters included. Sharp A Griffith's
mako. Will be sold low. Cali at
Dec 18 _G. PIERCE'S.
Come! Come'.! Come!!!
GET vnnr Christmas Groceries:
RAISINS, Currants, Nuts,
Citron, Spices, Jellies,
Oranges., Lemons, Prunes.
Finest Hams in North Amorica,
Smoked Salmon and Tongues,
Pickled Trout and Pig's Foet.
BOOTOO WH18KEY, (real Teat Rook,)
Puro Fronau Brandy,
Newark Cider, ftc., Ac
For salo by GEO. SYMMERH.
Messrs Dnffie k Chapman havo
received the January number of
Demoreat's Ladies' Home Companion.
It is a perfect gem.
Somo of the most valuable sites for
building purposes are to be disposed
of at auction to-morrow morning, to
which the attention of capitalists ia
invited. See advertisements in an?
Stone A- Murray's unequalled cir?
cus trou po gave two ibitions hero
yesterday. It is universally conced?
ed that this is the very best company
which bas exhibited 'hero since the
war. They perform in Charleston
FATALLY BURNT.-An inquest was
held, yesterday, by Coroner John?
ston, over a colored infant, which
was accidentally burned to death at
the Central House, on Christmas day.
Tho mother went out of the room,
leaving tho child near the fire-place,
and when she returned, found that it
had been fatally burnt. A verdict
was rendered in accordance with tho
COLUMHIA AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD.
The injunction caso of thc South
Curoiiua Railroad Company against
tho Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Company will be dissolved by tho
decision of Judge Flatt, which orders
a jury to assess damages. Under
this ruling of the Court, tho work
will, it is understood, be resumed im?
mediately, and the road pushed
through to Augusta with all possible
Christmas day passed off quietly.
Everybody appeared to bo in a good
humor, and there were many pleasant
exchanges of good feeling. Mr. Wright
oxtended a general invitation to his
friends to call and partake of lunch,
and a large number accepted. In
the evening, a number of Christmas
trees were illuminated, and little as
well as big folks enjoyed themselves
hugely. As an evidence of the good
time coining, we would state that our
merchants assert that they never
beforo sold so many goods during
any three days as wore disposed of on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.
Trinity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand,
Rector, lOj-ii a. m. and 4 p. m.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J.
O'Connell, Pnstor, 10 a. m. and S
Marion Street Church-Rev. D. J.
Simmons, 10>? a. m.; Rev. W. T.
Capers, 3).j p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev,
W. T. Capers, 10^ a. m. ; Rev. E. G.
Gage, 8)? p. m.
Lutheran Lccturo Room-Rev. A.
R. Rude, 10}? a. m.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Bogga, 10V? a. m. and 7 p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Rey?
nolds, 10% a. m.
FAST AND CHEAP PRINTTNO.-We
havo just added a fast card press-of
tho Degener k Weilor patent-to the
machinery of tho Phoenix office; and
have also made additions to our stock
of fancy type, cards, paper, etc.
Persons in want of auy styles of
book and job printing, are invited to
call and examino sample? and prices.
Cards printed at shortest notice, and
at prices varying from $3 to $10 per
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
tcntion is called to the following ad?
vertisements, published for the first
timo this morning:
E. J. Scott-Furnished Cottage.
H. T. Peake-Hotel to Rent.
S. B. Thompson-Celebration, Ac.
T. J. LuMotto-Assignee's Sale.
J. S. McMahon-To License, kc.
C. F. Jackson-"No Jooue."
E. E. Jackson-2 Left.
Mn8s Meeting A. : F. \ M.*.
Meeting Richland Lodge No. 39.
There is no mistuko about it, PLAH
TATION BITTERS will ward off Fever
and Ague and all kindred diseases, if
used in time. No family need suffer
from this distressing complaint, if
they will keep PLANTATION BITTERS
in tho house, and uso it according to
directions. Tho most important in?
gredient of this medicino is tho Cali?
saya or Peruvian Bark, which is
known to bo tho finest and purest
tonic in tho vegetnblo kingdom.
Tho extract of this Bark is the active
principio of ull tho good Fever and
Aguo Medicine? prescribed by intel?
ligent doctors. Calisaya Bark is
used exteniiively in tho manufacture
of PLANTATION BITTERS, as well as
quinine, and we dare say they owe
their popularity mostly to that fact.
Wo can recommend them.
MAONOLIA WATSR-Superior to tho
best imported German Cologne, and
sold at half the price. D2fijlt3