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COLUMBIA, s. c.
Wedneslay Morning:, April 14. 1869.
Cotton Not TaTed.
A day or two ago wo observed in a North
Carolina cotemporary the statement ' that
cotton was still mi bj cet to n tax of two aud
. half per cent. In view of removing
doubts upon the subject, we observo that a
letter was addressed by tho commercial
editor of the Memphis AralancJie to tho Se?
cretary of the Treasury, to wbioh he re?
ceived the subjoined reply, which we re?
publish. It sot Hos tho matter, we pr?same,
no fur ns it eau be settled by the authority
of the Treasury Department. Tho follow?
ing is the letter whioh was elicited;
THEA HU HY DEPAETMENT,
OFFI?K INTEKNAL REVENUE,
WASHINGTON, Junuary 26, 1869.
SIB.; Your letter addressed to 'ho Secre?
tary cf tho Treasury has beou r<<forred to
this office for answer. In reply, I have to
say that tho Aot of Februarys, 1668, abol?
ishing the tax on cotton, is so oloar as to
of no .doubt as to its meaning and
effect. Tiny language of the Aot is: "That
all cotton grown ia tho United States after
the ytfar 1867 shall be" exempt from intornal
tax.!' This operates to exempt, not only
thc crop of 1868,- but tho crops of all suc?
ceeding yen^s, < until the A<pfr shu 11 bo re?
pealed or ttibdi?ed by subsequent legisla?
tion. Very respectfully,
P, A. ROLLINS, Otiownissloner.
To,Oomuiercri?rEditor Memphis Ai?t?hche,
l? Blar?eilli?iat-. ---
" The hflst?c?rrated account of tho origin
and 'authorship of this famous national
hymn that wo havo ever read, is furnished
by Bombaugh, and is exceedingly interest?
ing. < Sir Philip Sidney, impressed with the
-powers of the song writers of a country in
shaping its destiny, truthfully remarked:
"Lot who may make tho laws of a people,
allow me tc write their ballads and I'll guide
them ul my will;" and in endorsatiou of his
views, we oite this example of a nation's
pulse being quickened and enthused under
the fervid inspiration of an obscure song
Roguet-de Lisle was a young oflicer^of en?
gineers at Strasbourg. He 'was. born in tho
Jura, P. country of reverie and energy, as
mount&ins commonly aro. He relieved the
tediousness of a garrison lifo by writiug
verses and indulging a love of musio. He
. was a frequeut visitor at tho house of Baron
de Diedrich, a noble Alsacien, of the consti?
tutional party, the' Mayor of Strasbourg.
The family loved the young oflioer, and
. -:gave new inspiration to his heart in its at?
tachment to musio and poetry, and tho
ladies were in tho habit of assisting, hy theil
performance, tho early conceptions of hit
genius. A fa mino prevailed ut Strasbourg
in the winter of 1792. Tho house o? Died
>> rich was wealthy at tho beginning of the re
volution, but had now become poor undei
the calamities and sacrifices of tho time. lb
frugal table had always un hospitable place
for Roguot de Lisle. He was thexo morning
and evening, ns a brother and son. Om
?day, when only some alices of ham smokec
upon the table, with a snpply of cami
bread, his host said to De Lisle in sor
rowfdl '^serenity: "Plenty is not found a
our meais, but no matter, enthusiasm is no
- wanting at our civic festivals, and our sol
diem' hearts are full of courage. We havt
- x one moro bottle of Rhenish wine in tin
cellar, let us drink it to liberty and ou
couutry. Strasbourg will soon havo a pa
triotic fete, and our guest must draw fron
these lust drops ono of his hymns, that wil
carry his own ardent feelings to the heart o
the people." Tho young ladies upplaudei
the proposal; they brought the wine, am
continued to fill the glasses of Diedrich an
guest, until tho bottle was empty. Th
night was very cold, but Do Lisle's bea
and heart wero warm. He found hi3 way t
his lodgings, entered his solitary chambc
and sought for inspiration .ut ono momon
in the palpitations of his citizen's houri
aud at another, by touching us an artist, th
? keya of his instrument, and striking ot
alternately portions of un air. and giyin
utterance to poetic thoughts. Ho did ut
know himself, which carno first; it was in
possible for him to separate the pooh
from tho music, or tho sentiment from tl
words in which it was clothed. Ho sar
altogether aud wroto nothing. In this sta
of lofty inspiration, ho went to sloop wil
his head upon tho iustrurnont. Tho oban
of the night came upon him in tho mornin
Uko tho faint impressions of a dream. I
wrote down the words, made the notes
tho musio, and ran to Dietrich's. Ho foul
him in the garden digging winter lettuce
The wifo of tho patriot Mayor was not u
and Diodrich uwoke her. They called tog
thor somo frionds, who were liko themselvt
-passionately fond of music, and able to ea
ente musical compositions. One of t
ladies played and our author sang. At t
first stanza, thocountenancesof theoompa
grew pale; at tho second, tears flow
- 1 -i ' i . rr""Tj
abundantly; at tbo last, a delirium of en?
thusiasm broke forth. The host and wife
and tho yoong officer cast themselves into
each other's arms. The hymn of tho Gallic
nation waa found. Alas! it was destined to
beoouio a bymn of terror. Tho unhappy
Diedrioh, a few months afterwards, marched
to the scaffold at tho sound of tho notes, first
uttered at his hearth, from tho heart of his
friend and the voico of his wife. Tho now
song, executed some days afterwards pub?
licly at Strasbourg, flew from town to town
throngh all the orchestras. Marseilles
adoptod it to be sung ut the open
iug and adjournment of the clubs, and
hence its name. Tho mother of De Lisle, n
loyalist and a religious person, alarmed nt
the reverberatiou of her son's name, wrote
to him: "What is tho meaning of this revo?
lutionary hymn, suug by hordes of robbers,
who pass all over France, with which our
naroo is mixed up ?" De Lisle himself f, pro?
scribed as a Federalist, hoard its re-echo
npon his cars as a threat of death, as ho fled
among the paths of Jura. "What ia this
soflg called?" he inquired of his guido. The
Marseillaise, replied tho peasant. It was
with difficulty ho escaped.
This hymn was the liquid fire of tho revo?
lution. It distillod into tho senses and lb?
soul of the people, tho fronzy of battle. Its
notos floated like un ensign, dipped ir? warm
blood, overa fiold of combat. Glory and
crime, death andviotory, soemed interwoven
in its strains. It was the song of patriotism;
but, it waa the signal of fory. It accompa?
nied warriors to the field and victims to the
There is no national air that will compare
with it iu sublimity and power; it embraces
tho soft cadences full of tho peasant's borne,
and tho stormy clamor of silver und steel
when an empire is overthrown; it endears
tho memory of tho Vine-dresser's cottage,
and makes the Frenchman, in his exile, cry:
"La belle France /" forgetful of tho sword,
and torch, and guillotine, which have rande
his country a spectre of blood in tho eyes
of nations. Nor cnn tho foreigner listen to
it, sung by n company of exiles, or executed
by a band of musicians, without feeling
that it is the pibroch of bnttlo aud war, t\nd
the diapason of a nation".i heart.
I'lir l 'i i < <1 nw n's Tiurc-nu--Letter from <>rii.
The following letter from Genend (.). O.
Howard, in answer to a letter of inquiry ad:
dress?d to him by Hon. O. H. Dock?ry,
Chairman of tho Houso Committco on
Freedmen's Affairs, exhibits the present
status of tho Freedmen's Bureau:
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 9, 1S6'.>.
Hon. 0. H. Ducker;/, M. C., Chairman oj
Committee on Freedmen's Affairs, Hons? <>/
DEAitSrn: I have received your note, aud
will cheerfully comply with your request.
As to the work of education amoug "thc
freedmen and r?M-goes," I have already
closed up all divisions of tho Bureau, ex?
cept tho educational work, tho payment ol
bounties, and throe hospitals--ono at Vicks?
burg, ono at Richmond, Va., and one in
this district. I think a larger expenditure
of mouey has bean made in aid of school
buildings in cities and villages than I would
have advised with my present experience,
Now that prejudico is giving way, tho edu
e,it ional work eau be extended moro thar
heretofore iuto the country with compara
tively small outlay, by seeking tho co-opera
tiou of tho people. We have already quit?
u corps of colored teachers, and soon xvii
have more; and wo know these cnn go inti
the country schools and bo comparatively
well received. I propose to havo but on?
agcut in ertfih Stato hereafter, so as to savi
every cent I can iu order to uso the remain
der of our appropriation for tho starting o
schools in places where the people hav
thus far bceu deprived of them.
I havo beeu obliged by law to co-opcrat
with their benevolent educational associa
tions; und in aiding them to preparo teach
ers, 1 have been necessitated to help insti
tutions of tho higher grades. You ma
commit mo, us you suggest, to aid the cour
try sch.iols moro in tho future, aud th
normal schools, academies, colleges and un
versities less. But, as wo still need colore
tendiera very much, it might not bo well t
tio up tho Bureau completely by an amon?
mont. I have no other object than to carr
r.:?t the will of Congress on this subject.
Yours, truly, ' O. O. HOWARD,
Bvt. Maj. Gou If. S. A., Commissioner, .vi
Efforts are being made by parties beloiij
big to either ono side or tbe other of tl
Cuban difficulty, to open negotiations wi!
tho navy department for the purchase of
certain few of our mon i tore, and havo asl?
tho lowest price which the Government w
receive for them. Secretary Borio and A
mirai Porter, however, aro wary of the
overtures, and have thus far declined to c
tertain them. Admiral Hoff commuuicnt
to tho Government the faot that tho Sp
nish authorities havo upon several occasio
arrested American citizens in Cuba, upi
tho mero suapicion of their complicity wi
tho robots. Frequently they aro held foi
long time without trial, and when th?
cases como up they are discharged for wo
of evidence. This practioe has becomo
common with tho Spanish authorities tl
Admiral Hoff deems it his duty to call t
attention of tho Government to the faot,
the hope that somo action may bo takon
. prevent suoh arreste in fntnre.
11 1 - - ' 1 ^^^^
Alice Kingsbury, well known u , couple of
yours back ns an actress, now manages a farm
near Aurora, Ind.
A Western contemporary announces that
Senator Spraguo inherited one-half of tho
State of Rhode Island from his father, and
the other half he ha saoquiredsinco.
During the last year the Chicago police
ai rested nineteen constables, and then failed
to capture all tho rogues there nie among
A St. Louis despatch states that the report
is untrue that Gen. Blair is engaged in Ut?
ting out n Cubau filibustering expedition, ns
he is spending u "quiet time" in bis home in
tb at city.
Gen. Spinner, tho Treasurer of tho United
States, is said to handle more money annual?
ly than the banks of England and Franco
Cleveland hus a woman who hus been
married seven Simes in oight years. Two of
her husbands aro ?load. The other five,
from four of whom she woe divorced, still
live. Her daughter, now seventeen, has
been twice married and twieo divoreod.
In Horry, on sales-day, the Sheriff sold
several tracts of Und. ranging from five
cents to ono dollar rind a half perncro. Some
Virginia and Norih Carolina trader? wore
Tho carrying tra<?e on the lukes has be?
come immense. By statistics given in tho
Detroit Post it appeurs that during the your
1868 there were 131 steamers, 172 propellers,
267 tugs, 1,642 sailing vessels, and &7 barge?
plying on tho lakes. The aggregate tonnge
was 680,3941, and the tcdal value was $23,033,
000. Of this fleet rather more than a fifth
in number of sail and in value, but less than
a fifth of the tounge, was Canadian.
"Jea-nio June," the fashion correspondent
-otherwise Mrs. Croly-says that when re?
quested to respond at a SoTOsis-l'rciis dinuer,
she told her busbund that she was afraid she
would break down ; but he replied. "When
you blow me np you never break down,"
and she was thus encouraged to make tho
Sir Keneira Digby of England wrote to
Gov. Winthrop, the second, of Massachu?
setts, in tho eighteenth century, and recom?
mended the following euro for the agne :
"Pare the patient's nails, put the paringa in
a little bug round tho neck, of a live eel, nod
put him io a tub of wate? ; tho eel will die
und tho patient will recover."
The New York Sun learns that Commo?
dore Vanderbilt recently had a narrow escape
from death. Going to a closet he seized a
bottle aud drank a portion'of its contents,
without examining it. The liquid burned
his mouth and he spit it out. lt turned out
to be a deadly bedbug poixon. Tho Com?
modore's face was severely burned, but be?
yond this no injury was received.
It is stated that ono inch in depth of n>in
falling on an acre of ground will amount iu
all to 220,22f* imperial gallons, or about 100
tor.s in weight. The quantity of rain under
consideration is (5,272,(5-10 cubic inches, and
the imperial gallon weighs ten pounds nvor
dupois, and is of the capacity of 277.??7-1
Tho Laurensvillo Herald says: "On Mon?
day last, tho following real estato sales oc?
curred: Assignee of Aaron Wells sold lot ut
Cross Hill, containing eleven acres, with
store and dwelling, for t>6?0 cash. Colonel
Jones, Sheriff, sohl for United States Mar?
shal, three locomotives, two coaches, fivo
box ears, Ac, tho rolling ?dook of the Lau
rous Railroad Company, fo? 88,800, at tho
suit of A. M. Brodio and Jo'uu W. fi. Ar?
nold; his Excellency Governor B. K. Scott,
tho purchaser, and Mr. Joseph Crew?., tho
bidder. Captuiu Richardson, Clerk of the
Court, sold as follows: Estate of-Jones,
tract contaiuiug 32J acres, $1,000; 425
acres, $750; 161 acres; $2;000; terms, one
and two years. Estato of Hosea Mah ailey,
100 sores, $100; six mouth's time. Estate
of Samuel Spokes, forty aore?, 8155, cash. '
In tho House of Commons, Hon. Roberl
Lowe, cbanocllor of tho exchequer, submit
ted thc annual budget, in explanation o
which, he said tho ministry proposed to doa
separately with general expenditures and th?
Abyssinian war. The estimates made 03
his predecessor in office, tho Hou. Geo. W
Hunt, were .673,000,000, while tho roceipti
wero ?72,500,000, leuving a deficit o
?500.000, which has to bo mot this year
Ho (Mr. Lowe) estimated tho expenditure
of tho present fiscal year at ?(58,250,000
showing a reduction of ?2,250,000 from tb
estimated expenditure of last year, whicl
was gained chiefly in tho admiralty and wa
office. Ho estimated the revenue of th
present fiscal year ut .?73,000,000, so if th
Abyssinian war were not provided for, th
surplus would bo ?1,500,000. Tho who]
expenso of tho Abyssinian war waa 60,000,
000, of which ?7,(3uO,Ot)l) wero expended i
ludia. Tho country had still Cl,000,000 c
this amount to pay. Tho surplus of th
present year would balance tho Abyssinia
and general deficit. Under those circuu
stances, tho chancellor thought it desirabl
to roiso a further sum by tuxation. Her?
garded tho present means of collection 1
expensive and unsatisfactory, and said i
only warrant was in its antiquity. He pr<
posed to collect assessed taxes by means <
excise licenses, granted at tho commenc
mont of each year, 011 returns to bo fu
nished by tax-payers. An iucomo tnx is I
bo collected in the samo manner. By the:
measures, ?3,250,L00 will ho brought in tl
financial year, in addition to tho atnoui
herotoforo collected. Ho proposed u redu
tion of a penny npon tho incomo tax;
! repeal the import duty on corn, and fire i
suranco duty, and to re-arrange sovex
smaller items. This will givo a decrease
?3,000,000, aud leave nearly ?5,000,0
clear surplus. Mr. Hunt, late chancelle
said, in reply to Mr. Howe, that the redt
tion in the estimates was duo to the effoi
of the late government in making tho am
and navy more efficient. After a long ai
desultory conversation, tho usual leave
brio fin a buuget, was agreed to.
HM ?o o et X Items.l
IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUATION.-Many per?
sons seem to think that commas, periods,
semi-colons, oto., were invented to pnzzle
honest people, and that they have no seri?
ous meaning in practice The following
verso (which may bo either a simple state?
ment of oommon-placo truths or a tissue of
quaint lies, according to thc manner of
punctuating) ought to disprove any such
erroneous notion. Wc will give the lying
"I'veseen thc sim all ou a blaze of rire;
I'vo seen a house high as the moon, and
I've soen tho sun ut twelve o'clock at night.
I've seen tho mao that saw this wondrous
Now alter the punctuation:
"I've seen tho HUH; all on a blaze of fire
I've 3een a house; high as tbe moon, ?inti
I've seen tho sun; at twelve o'clock at night
I've soon the man that saw tbis wondrous
A celebrated will CASU iu England all
tnrived upon tho question, whether there
was a dash between two words. A certain
nobleman had left OJ will, providing that A.
B. should have nil- the black ?nd white
horses owned by the testator. Now if the
logaten was to havo aU tho blnck hcrsas, and
all the white horses, ho would inherit a
handsome fortune; io? the nobleman was a
horso-faucier, and bait many very valuable
black, and many valuable white horves. But
if the legatee was to hovo only the black
and-white horses, (t. c. ibo pied horses,) ho
wonhl get ouly two or three spotted ponies.
So the whole matter turned upon tho exist?
ence of one or two dashes in the instrument
of writing. We .suspect tho legatee thought
that punctuation wm* important.
A mau was walking nloug in Loudon ono
morning, and was anxious for a drink, and
equally anxious for a .shave; but as ho had
ouly foTtrponco-bnlf-penny, he was at a loss
lo know how he was to be accommodated,
when suddenly ho saw u barber's sig?,
which seemed to rend as follows:
'"What do you think?
J ames Mcllbcny
Shaves for a penny,
And throws in a drink!"
He entered the shop at once, got shuvad^
took a drink, and called for his change, at
the same iiuio handing hie fourpenco-hivlf
peuny to tho barber. "Change!" said the
barber; "there's no change due you. You
liavo uot paid half your bill." Tho mart
protested that tho sign informed him tht,t a
?have aud n driuk could both bo procured
Lhere for a penny. "Oh!" said Mcllbcny,
"you've read it wroug; como uud seo it
igain." Thc examination, was made, and it
was discovered that tho sign rea?l thus:
"What! do yon think
Shaves for a penny,
And throws in u drink?"
Whiv?h i.s tho same as saying: "If you, do
think so, you're vastly mistaken."
Few people have any idoa of how ?iuch
tho printer has to do? in the way of punc?
tuation for mauy of our very best writers.
A atudent at college ouoe wrote a theme
without punctuating it at all; and at thc
bottom he put u great many periods, colons,
commas, ?fee., and wrote: "To bo distri?
buted at the professor's pleasure."
. Peters' Musical Review for April, ia to
hand, and, in addition to fifteen pages ol
select reading matter, contains tho follow
ing now music: "Ain't I Sweet? Rest, Dar
ling, Rest; I'm Still a Friend to You; 1T<
Wipes the Tear from Ev*uy Eye; Fores
Glado Marcii; Damask Rose Waltz; Ooldor
Sunset Muzm'sza." Music is generally cou
Bidered expensive, but when such a quantity
is furnished for the small Kum of thirty
cents, it ceases to bo a luxury, and even tbi
poorest may siug, play, and bo happy. On
musical friends will do well to examiue th i
work, and we feel confident that thirty cent
sent io the publishers for a sumplo cop;
will yield them a larger return for their in
vestment than uny similar outlay they ea:
make. Scud for a copy, or got your news
dealer to got ono for you, and we will gim
ranteo you will thank us for calling yon
attention to it. It is issued by J. L. Peten
music pnblishor, Box 5,429, Now York.
A RECITE WORTTC ONE THOUSAND DOJ
UARS.-Tho Ohio Cultivator nay? the follov
ing recipo is worth Si,OOO to every housi
Take ono pound of sal soda and a hu
pound of unstacked lime, aud put thom i
? gallon of water, boil twenty minutes, let
stand till cool, then drain off and put in
small jng or jar; soak your dirty clothi
over night, or until they aro wet throng!
then wring them and rob on plenty of soo]
and in one boiler of clothes woll oovere
with water, add one tea cup-full of tl
washing fluid; boil half an honr brisk!
then wash them thoroughly with sud
rinse, and your clothes will look bettor thc
by the old way ol washing twioo befo
boiling. Thia is an invaluable reoipo, ai
every poor, tired woman should try it.
HABR?S CORFE s.-Andrew Moyer and
Andrew C. Moyer, who were charged with
the kiUing o? John Ortray, Esq., in Edge
field County, on Saturday last, were
brought before Judge Willard, Testerday,
upon a writ of habeas corpus. After hearing
the affidavit, the Judge ordered them to
enter into rocogniznuco, with two good
sureties, before the Clerk of the Court of
Edgefield County, iu the sum ot 82,000
each, for their appearance ut thc next Court
of General Sessions for that County. The
prisoners were represented by Joseph Ab?
ney, Esq., and the State by Solicitor Tolley
and Col. Griffen.
CHARLESTON IN A NUT-SHEM..-Judge
Carpenter has given judgment of ouster
ngainst Mr. Henry Trescot, the Registrar of
Mesoo Conveyance, to which office William
McKinlay, colored, was elected by the Le?
gislature iu December last.
Tho police ure being equipped with now
belts and clubs.
Capt. J. W. McMillsu, formerly of the
Daily News, is publishing a new advertising
sheet called tho Bulletr*, for gratuitous cir?
The market abounds in? silver fish.
Twelve velocipedes went throngh Charles?
ton, yesterday, for a firm rn Atlanta.
The new hotel is rapidly approaching
coDopletiou, under the energetic supervi?
sion of its enterprising proprietors, Messrs.
Gorman ?fe Bndcnhop. Thefurnilure is ar?
riving daily, and will be in keeping in ele?
gance and Btjrle with tho well known taste
of these gentlemen.
RKVKNUE ASHBSSOR APPOINTED.-Mr. C.
EE. Baldwin, of ibis city, has been appointed
ind confirmed as United States Internal
Revenue Assestsr for tho Third Collection
District of this State. His department is
;omposi-d of the Counties constituting tho
Third a.id Fourth Congressional Districts.
THE AIAKM op FIRE, yesterday, was occo-'
doned by the burning of some soot in tho
?himuey of tho kitchen of Mr. W. J.
Duffie. No damage, however; was dono.
)ur firemen were out promptly, but their
?orviocs were, fortunately, noir needed.
Messrs. Talley, Bacbman it Waties have
?ccu appointed Solicitors of the Columbia
Building and Loan Associatioa.
?A few copies of tho "Sack sad Destruc
ion of Columbia" can be obtained at tho
Pha'nix office. Price twenty-five cents.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
s called to tho following advertisements,
lublishod for the first time this-morning:
Meeting Columbia Chapter.
Acts Passed by tho State Legislatura.
Hostetter'8 Stomach Bitters.
W. T. Wolter-Auction Sale.
Horses for Sale.
AN EX rK?CLI;NOE of a third of a century has
riven L. Rico, Esq., of the AMERICAS
IOLSE, BOOTON, a knowledge of all the ro
iuisitics of a first class hotel. The popu
arity of that hotol indicates that the public
ipprecintes his efforts to please. All
From tho Army Hospital, the bloody
>attle-field, the mansion .of tho rich and the
tumble abode of tho poor-from the office
ind the sacred desk; from the mountain top,
listant valley and far-off ialands of the
mean-from every nook and corner of the
dvilized world, is pouring in the evidence
>f tho astonishing effects of DRAKE'S PLAN?
TATION BITTERS. Thousands upon thou
ianda of letters like the following may bo
eon ut our office :
* ? * * I havo beon in tho Army
ilospital for fourteen months, speechless
iud neurly dead. At Alton, III., they gavo
no a bottle of Plantation Bitters. Turee
cottles havo made me a well man.
C. H. FLAUTE
MAONOIIIA WATER.-Superior to the best
reported Germau Cologne, *nd sold at half
bo price. A10 tlt3
Scrofula or King's Evil is a disease of tho
jlood, making its appearance in every year,
ind when fully dovolopod is characterized
jy tho presenco of ncrofuloas matter in
Eruptions, Tumors, Swellings, Ac. It is
.oally tho seed or germ of many diseases
.hat aro most fatal to mankind. Constinip
.ion rnay follow from it and derangement of
be liver and digestion is a frequent result.
Rheumatism,Erysipelas, Disease of the Skin,
Female Weakness aud Irregularity, Kid?
ney Affection, Dropsy, Pain in the Bones,
fiend, Back, all como from a vitiated condi?
tion of tho Blood. Now, what is tho remedy?
Timo aud experience has demonstrated tho
[act that tho only sure remedy is Hoinitsh's
?reat medioine-tho QUERN'S DEI.KUIr-no
other medicine will do it; thousands attest
?ts worth, and tons of thousands are trying
it to-day, and upon tho recorded verdict of
tho people, let it stand the wonder of mo
J?rn medicines. To the afflicted we say try
it. For sale by FISHER & HEiNiTan.
GEBT HAIES, BHOONEI- Torr's IMPROVED
LIQUID II AIR DIB is a perfect wonder. By
its use the old becomes young again. It
converts the grey head into a beautiful black
yt brown. It imparts a natural color to the
frilly mustaohe and whiskers, and gives
to tho hair and beard a softness and gloss
mat the young beaux might envy. A10 0