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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wednesday Mornin?, April 28. 1869.
V.V.t wiih EiigUlBd.
It does look now as if tbe radicals, with
their President, were bent upon involving
us in a war with England. Their leaders,
the Newark (N. J.) Journal declares, aro very
ignorant men, and intoxicated with their suc?
cess in subduing the South, they are in no
fit mood to measure the dangers and diffi?
culties of snch a contest. If the idea has
or does Beize them, that their party power
needs snch a war to sustain it by seducing
tho Irish vote, they wiil not oount the cost,
and cannot estimate the result. England,
that is tho present middle class governing
power, does fear us, because it fears taxa?
tion, and injury and foss to its commerce;
but then England has a proud and brave
population, and if forced into a conflict,
will fight without gloves. Indeed, a war
now with England might end in tho down?
fall of that monarchy, and in the disinte?
gration of the United States into two or
moro governments. Such a result to either
would be deplorable; and yet our present
short-sighted rulers, who never Btop to
oount the cost, only look to maintenance of
party power, and ore blind to tho dangers
of such a contest. Motley, who has been
selected as Minister to England, is a vain
and utterly unpractical man. "Whatever he
may be as zn historian, his political lucu?
brations during our war, and while the last
canvass was pending, made clearly manifest
that he had nothing nf th? statesman about
him. He is just the man, by his preten?
tious folly, to involve the country and arraj
the feelings of all England against us,
Sumner's speech, with its errors of law auc
fact, can only serve to irritate, while hit
conclusion as to a proper remedy is lame
and impotent. It is very clear that Eng
land has done with propositions. If then
are any to be made ia the future, they mus
como from us. As the Thunderer says: "I
is a great thing to feel ourselves demonstra
bly in tho right. This country has gono ti
the extreme of concession in tho matter o
the Alabama claims." As Lord Stanley toll
his countrymen at the Glasgow banquel
''There has never been any question on ou
side of offering reparation for wilful and ir
tentional wrong, because we do not admit
and wo have no right to admit, that an
such wrong was ever committed by us.
This being the temper of the leading jon
nal and the leading statesman of Englan(
it is easy to see that such spirit as tin
which appears to animate the press and tl
party in power ou this side of the Atlanti
will be entertained with patience even I
the present English Government. TL
press and people of that country will pref
war infinitely to submission to such d
mauds as we have to make-demands whi<
they do not hesitate to stigmatize as ins
lent and aggressive.
THE COI AM HIV F LIMMEN-THE [CHAKLI
TON DAILY NEWS AND THE PHOENIX.-O
attention was accidentally drawn, yesterdii
to a paragraph in the Charleston Dai
News, of Friday last, from which we ma
the following extract:
"As will bo seen by the following pal
graph, the Columbia Phoenix cannot spe
of tho parade of the fire department withe
sneering at Charleston hospitality a
Charleston fair-dealing. Tho writer, wi
ever he may be, knows as little of Chariest
as ho docs of tho spirit of the Columbia iii
mon, and is evidently oblivious of the d
Unction between confidence and brass, ll
paney and sense."
Then follows a paragraph from tho Pl
nix of the day previous, which is tho oe
Bion of this splenetic commentary, n
which was intended by the writer as ni
pleasantry. If in this we failed, a chari
bio brother of the press would have forgii
the deficiency of humor, andnotmaliciou
perverted tho meaning, as tho Newshas do
THOSE WHOM THE PEOPLE IIEJECTEU
Tho Washington correspondent of tho >
York Tribune refers with confessed morl
cation to the fact that "nearly every rad
member of tho fortieth Congress who foi
to get into the forty-first, has been provi
with un office by Grant." The Presid
has seemed to seek out, for especial fu
and reward, the aspirants tried by tho ]
plo and rejected by them.
Edmonia Lewis, the colored sculptres
in straitened circumstances in Borne, ?
Why doosn't the Government give hoi
order? What do you think of an allegoi
statuo of the Freedmen's Bureau? or
ELECTION IN MARION.-A corresponde!
the Charleston News writes that tho rad
made the election of officers for Ma
Township a party question, contrary t<i
wishes and advico of all prudent mon.
radicals were, however, routed, the whi
conservative party electing their ei
ticket. This is good news indeed.
The Chorlnston papers, of yesterday,
contain long accounts of tho reception of
the visiting firemen. The Palmetto and
Georgia bo?- t?cro sst ?t Branchville by
delegations from tbreo of the companies,
and President George Tapper, of the Phoe?
nix, addressed them as follows:
BK OTU ER FIREMEN OF AUGUSTA AND CO
LUMRIA: It is my gratifying privilege to ex?
tend to yon a most hearty and fraternal
welcome. I extend it in the name of the
"Washington," "German" und "Pheonix"
Fire Engine Companies-in tho name of
the venerable Fire Department of this city,
and in the nnmo of the good people of
Charleston, who are proud to reoeive you.
We aro, one and nil, at your service, and
the "Old City by the Sea" asks you to par?
take of her hospitality without reserve.
There will be friendly contests and plea?
sant rivalries between us; but I am sure that
nothing will interrupt the cordial feeling
which exists betwoeu our respectivo depart?
We, as companions, will be emulous only
as to who shall serve you best. We wish to
plant in your hearts a beautiful little oasis
to the memories of tho past, and to sprinkle
it with the dew-drops of our social convivi?
alities, so that your visit will draw closer
together two neighboring people, who have
always been ono in their sufferings, their
friendships and their sympathies.
The Palmettocs were quartered with the
The following letter will be rend with
pleasure by all interested in the agricultural
and mineral development of tho State:
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 23, 18G9.
./. TF". Parker, Esq., President oj Richland
Agricultural Society, Columbia, S. C.
DEAR SIR: I acknowledge, with great
satisfaction, your kind invitation, in behalf
of your society, to bo present at tho or?
ganization of your proposed State Agricul?
tural Society. It would give mo great
Kleasuro to participate ia your counsels,
ut the pressure of official duties will render
it. impossible cn the present occasion.
I am gratified at tho ouergetio amd deter?
mined effort of your peoplo to riso above
discouragement, surmount obstacles to sue
ccssful enterprise, and take au activo part
in advancing tho interests of progressive
agriculture in your State. I believe you
see tho necessity, in common with advanced
agriculturists of every portion of this
broad laud, of improved implements, deeper
and better culture, systematic rotation, and
diversity of production; and that you will
enter with spirit tho noblo competition for
precedence in all these means of improve?
I feel tho deepest interest in the speedy
recuperation of your sectioa in all the ele?
ments of material prosperity and in its full
measure of production. I am anxious to
seo aa much cotton produced as in 18G0,
and u ten-fold greater quantity of other
products; but I do not wish to seo an in?
crease of cotton at tho expense of these
products. You should pr?vido a full sup?
ply of farm animals, cereals and fruits, and
much of your cotton should be scut away in
the shape of yarns and coarse goods; and
immense quantities of fruits and vegetables
should be shipped to Northern markets.
Your resources iu marls and mineral
phosphates will render you independent of
l'oru in respect to fertilizers, and your
genial climate will give you advantages in
varied and profitable production equivalent
to millions of money annually.
Wishing yon success iu the important
business of your meeting, and a career of
honor and usefulness for your projected so
ciety, I am, very respectfully,
HOltACE CAPRON, Commissioner.
P. S.-I also send to your address ten
copies of tho annual report for 1867, and
ton copies of the monthly, beginning with
January, 18G9, for distribution to those in?
terested in agriculture, at your discretion ;
tho latter to bo sent regularly as issued
dnriog the year.
FOI'HTEEN-AND-A-HAEP A DAY. -According
io tho Abbeville Press, tho following offices
of "honor and trust" are held by a colored
man, Hutson J. Lomax, who may bo a very
fair carpenter, but who has neither native
intelligence nor tho commonest education.
Wo add the rates of pay: 1. Member of tho
House of Representatives from Abbeville,
and chairman of tho delegation, pay $6.00
a day and mileage. 2. County School Com?
missioner, pay Si.Ol) a day and mileage. 3.
Census Taker, pay, wo believe, $1.50 a day.
4. Commissioner of Elections, to be held in
May, pay $;5.00 a day-total, -1 offices and
$14 59 a day and mileage 1 ! ! Figures are
moro eloquent than words.
SECRET MISSION TOCUUA.-The President,
it is stated, has sent a certain gentleman,
whoso nnmo cannot bo divulged at present,
to Cuba on a secret mission, his object
being to obtain fall and important reports
of the ability and strength of tho contend?
ing forces, and tho chances for and against
the success of the rebellion. He will make
a report accordingly to the President, says
the National Intelligencer, and on his state?
ment will probably depend tho notion to be
taken by our Government.
Mons. A. Chovolior, tho aeronaut, who is
to cross tho Atlantic in a balloon next sum?
mer, has nearly completed his arrange?
ments for the preliminary exhibtion of his
novel and magnificent balloon at Landman's
Park, New York.
Shoes and Hats.
. m WE aro now oponing Ladies' and
M\ Children's Spring SHOES.
^Bf~^SSM^ Atine assortment of Mon's, Boya'
and Children's Slimmer HATS, comprising the
latest and roost fashionable styles.
First Storo abovo tho Court House,
April 28 V
ZiO O O.X X t & m ? . I
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The Agricultural Convention will Resem?
ble in Carolina Hall, (rear of the oki Court
Ho u so,) thia morning, at ll o'clock. Thero
will, doubtless, be a large attendance, as the
trains for the past few days have brought in
an immense number of person H.
tit. Maur, our native and very popular
magician, performs at Janney's Null to?
The soireo for tho benefit of the Ladies*
Industrial Association will come off this
evening, iu the carriage emporium of
Messrs. Brennen & Carroll, corner of Wash?
ing and Sumter streets, instead of Firemen's
Hall, as heretofore announced.
Three velocipedists, on two and three
wheeled machines, were peregriunting the
streets yesterday afternoon, and attracted
considerable attention. The next move?
ment, of course, will be a race.
Our friends, C. F. Jackson and the Ki
nard's, loom up this morning, and request
us to extend an invitation to their extensive
circle of acquaintances, to give them a call
and examine their stock of goods.
A soft shell turtle, found in tho Congaree,
is on exhibition at Dr. Jackson'o drug store,
Plain street. Ho has other curiosities also.
Mr. Levin advertises another of his sal?
magundi sales for this morning-nearly
everything one can think of, in the way of
household matters; while the day after, he
goes into tho live stock business. See
A STRONG TEAM.-Tho card of Messrs.
Pope ft Haskell appears in another column.
This firm will constitute a very strong team
-tho ono having acquired an enviable repu?
tation at the bar; while the other is young,
talented and energetic.
Governor Scott left last evening foi
Charleston, en route to New York and Ciu
cinnati, in the interests of the Lino Bidge
Railroad*, as we aro informed. He was ac
companied by Henry Sparnick, Esq., actin?
as Private Secretary.
POSTPONED.-Polls were opened, yestor
day, for au election for certtiin County
officers appointed by tho last Legislature
but owing to insufficient notice, a protes
was entered by certain citizens, and sus
fained by the managers, and tho electioi
was postponed. Another order will, conse
queutly, have to be issued by tho Count;
"ANOTHER" BAKER "IN THE FIELD."-Mr
Clendining has secured tho services of
competent boker, and is now furnishin
bread of excellent quality-we speak by th
book, as he has presented us with a liben
SORGHUM-ANOTHER SOURCE OF REVENUI
WO exanv'ned, yesterday afternoon, seven
very beautiful and really excellent specialer
of sugar and syrup, manufactured by D
W. P. Passmore, of Greonviile, after tl
plan introduced by tho Southern Sorgli
Company, of Louisville, Kentucky. Thci
samples are tho very best evidence of whi
can bo achieved at home, with very litt
trouble; and af tor tho perusal of the certil
cates and statements of gentlemen of cha
acter in this as well ns other Southe)
States, our farming and planting friend
we are convinced, will give the sorghum
trial. Companies for its manufacture ha
been organized in Abbeville, Greenville ai
Newberry. Dr. Possmoro and Mr. W
helm (of tho Kentucky Company) a
quartered at Nickerson's, and will impart i
the information necessary to a thorouj
comprehension of the matter. It is hop
our planters will investigate and experimei
LESLIE'S PUBLICATIONS.-Wo havo i
ceived from Messrs. Bryon ft McCart
copies of Frauk Leslie's Ladys Magaei
and Hoy's and Girl's Weekly. They aro bo
thickly ornamented with illustrations, I
sides a large amount of reading matter
an entertaining character. Tho color
plate,* "Flower Girl of Marseilles," in t
magazine, is a gem. Tho subscription pri
of tbeso publications is reasonable, wh
tho return, in thu way of gratification,
SUPREME COURT-Tuesdny, April 27.
S. Tompkins, J. W. Tompkins, Executo
et al., ads. T. H. Clark, Administrator, A.
Tucker, et al, was resumed. Mr. Bacon
E. A. Searles, Administrator, ads. .T.
Blackwell, et tue. et al., and E. A. Sear!
Guardian, ads. Susan Searles, were tal
? up together. Mr. McGowan read brief c
made argument for motion; Mr. Ba<
contra; Mr. Allen in reply.
A few oopies of the "Sack and Destr
tion of Columbia" can be obtained at
Phoenix office. Prioo twenty-five cents.
NBW BOOKS.-"We have received from
Harper's popular publishing house, through
: Messrs. Bryan & McGarter, two of their
latest publications. "It is never too Late
to Mend," is a matter-of-fact romance by
Charles Beade, the author of a number of
other entertaining novels. In his dedica?
tion tho author calls it an nttompl nt solid
fiction, and tho reader will hardly fail to
acknowledge that it has been a success. It
I will be extensively road. "Breaking a But
I terfly; or, Blancha Ellerslie's Enduring," is
! the entitling of anew work, by the author of
! "Gny Livingstone" aud "Brakespere." It
is attractively illustrated, and is a story of
deep interest. The price of these novels is
thirty-five cents each.
Evelyn, a Romance of the War, iu verse, by
Henry M. Clarkson, M. D.
We observe with pleasure that Messrs.
Duffie ?fe Chapman, the enterprising book?
sellers of this place, are preparing to pub?
lish the above poem iu a handsome 12 mo.
Some of Dr. Clarkson's minor poems,
which have appeared nt different times in
our columns, have shown him to possess
poetical talents of a high order, and tho
present work fully sustains the opinion
which his friends and admirers havo held of
his merits. While the poem contains many
striking passages descriptivo of some of the
grand scenes of tho lato war, of which tho
author was an eye-witness, it has, besides,
strong claims on public favor as a literary
production. The book will be sold by sub?
scription only, and the price, 81.00, placet
it within the reach of all who desire to fos?
ter and encourage native taleut. The sub?
scription list can be found at Duffie & Chap?
man's bookstore. It will appear as soon m
a Hufucieut number of subscribers shall
have been obtained.
FriiLED TO REPLETION.-All tho temporary
homes, yclept hotels, located in Columbia
presented the appearance of immense bet
hives last night. Tho National was packed
while from thc following list, the reader cat
form an idea of thc condition of tho Nick
erson House and tho Columbia Hotel:
Nickerson House.-Geu. W. T. Bennett
M. Sill, Greensboro, N. C.; V. Mott Fran
ci? ami wife, New York; C. II. Adams, Obi
cago; Mrs. Juno McGowan, Homer L. Mc
Gowan, Laurens; R. V. Colemaud, Nortl
Carolina; John N. Stokes, Greenville; Hon
J. P. Reed aud son. Anderson; Mrs. Mayes
Abbeville; James M. Brown, Hon. Jas. L
Orr and wife, Miss Ida McCulla, Miss J
McCulla, Miss Mary Orr, Master C. Orr
Master A. Orr, Anderson; C. C. Post, Pen
dinton ; li. H. Hamilton, Williamston; Jos
Willhelm, Kentucky; W. P. Passmore
Greenville; J. B. Courtney, Edgefield; J
H. Howell, Charleston; Major G. M. Bray
ton aud lady, TJ. S. A. ; J. C. Patterson, Jr.
aud wife, Pennsylvania; Judge J. McLure
wife and daughter, Chester; John Robbin
aud wife, Pennsylvania; IS. O. Muuldiu
Miss Bettie Mauldin, Grcenvillo; J. Dun
can, Jr., North Caroliua; Wm. D. Love
Columbia; Madame Stewart, New York
Mrs. R. Gosnew, Maryland; John Ferguso
and wifo, Miss Jones, Miss Grady, Greer
ville; G. B. Callion ti, S JU th Caroline
Jool W. Anderson, Miss Jennie Audersoi
Laurens; R. S. Hill and two daughters
South Caroliua; H. Connor, Abbeville; '1
H. Stokes and wife, W. H. ?tokes, C. V
Stokes, T. C. Stokes, A. H. Stokes, R. 3
Lee, T. Eugene and servant, Pickens; I
E. Holcombe, N. Holcombe. R. A. BonhaE
South Carolina; J. C. Hoffa, E. B. Murra,
Anderson; L. E. Holloway, Edgefiel
Captain Wm. G. Earle, Greenville; R. i
McCoslun. Abbeville! II. P. Hammel
Misses Hammett, Greenville; S. W. Cloi
ney, Wiuusboro; Wm. Bates, South Cur
lina; James Mullan and daughter, Gree
ville; H. W. Darr, Fairfield; E. Pope, No
berry; T. J. Dyson, J. M. Proctor, Sou
parolina; J. P. Hinard, Newberry; Ge
Johnson Haygood, W. H. Wauuamaker, >
B. Rice, T. J. Counts and wife, Bamwe
James B. Campbell, Virginia; B. F. W
liamsou, \V. E. Janies, G. A. Law, Geo.
Law, Geo. L. Williams, Darlington; 1.
W. R. Johnson, Marion.
Columbia Hold.-R. E. Ellison, R.
Ellison, Jr., Wiuusboro; N. A. McCull
Anderson; C. C. McKensie, Now Orleai
W. D. Aiken, G. D. McCants, J. W. Woe
ward, Wiuusboro; N. B. Wilson, Virgin
John S. Green, J. E. Black, city; J. 1
O'Brien, J. M. Youngford, J. H. Symine
Charleston; A. M. Aiken und lady, D.
Aiken and son, G. H. Aubery, Parker J
dan, D. Creswell, J. D. Guillain!, Miss
Marshall, Miss Crawford, Miss McGowi
Miss Eunno, Miss Watson, Abboville; A.
Garlugh, L. J. Jones, J. M. Baxter, N<
berry; W. D. Simpson, Laurens; W
Markley and boy. Dr. Heart and lady, Al
Sullivan; J. A. Brock, Andorson; H^n.
F. Perry, Col. E. S. Ii win, Greenville; Jc
A. Banksdalli, Laurens; L. V. Sims, Cok
bury; Miss A. Gary, Miss Ii. Gary; Miss
Sims, Cokesbury; W. C. Mooro, Dr. J.
Marshal, Abbeville; W. A. Hudson and w:
Greenville; R. J. W. McCan and wife, IV!
McCan, Anderson; Misses Lovys, W
Levy, M. J. Murtin, Pendleton; R.
Porcher, daughter and niece; T. G. Ch
sou, Pendleton; J. E. Hagood and tb
children, Misses Hagood, Pickens; ft
Robortson, H. O. Herrick, Audersoo; F.
Hoke, Pickens; D. Biemau, Walhalla;
Beatie, J. M. Jordan, Greenville; A.
Haiti wonger, Chap pel Hill; Miss C.
Walter, Miss Maria Vance, Miss S. H. Bi
L. Men i m i ii, Greenwood; Alexander J
Bee, John Westfield, W. W. Rust
O?B JOB OFFICE.-Th? Phoenix Job Office
is now prepared to execute every manner o'
printing, from visiting and business cards
to pamphlets and books. With ample ma?
terial and first-class workmen, satisfaction is
guaranteed to all at New York prices. If
our work does not como up to contract, wo
tnako no charge. With this understanding,
our business men can have no excuse to send
their job work North, when it can be done
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The following aro
the hours for omening and closing mails:
During tho week from. .8>? A. M. to 6 P. M.
On Sundays from.G to 7 P. M.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN MALLS.
Opens at... .5 P. M. Closes at. .8t.i P. M.
CHARLESTON NIGHT MAIL.
Opens at. .8).< A. M. Closes at. A}.i P. M.
Opens nt.. 5 P. M. Closes at. .8}? P. M.
Opens at. .2 P. M. Closes at.l2>? P. M.
A lot of cards and bill head paper has
just been received at the Phonix office
something new and pretty. Also a lot of
"auction cards"-which will bo printed at
extraordinarily low prices.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
is called to thc following advertisements,
published for tho first time this morning:
Geo. H. Gruber-A Card.
J. N. Hobson-Advances on Cot ton, otc.
Fisher A Heiuitsh-Aromatic Bitters.
Gregg, Palmer & Co.-Good Investments.
G. T. Berg-?Dsurance Agent's License.
Geo. Symmers-Choice Groceries, etc.
E. A G. D. Hope-Bacon and Flour.
Acts Passed by tho State Legislature.
J. IL & M. L. Kinard-Opening.
J. Meighnn-Shoes nud Hats.
Pope & Haskell-Copartnership Notice.
Mrs. C. Hoffman-Horse Badish, etc.
Scott, Williams & Co.-For Salo, etc.
Madama Stewa -t- Clairvoyant.
J. McKenzie-Ice Cream, otc.
John H. Heise-Ice CreamflSaloon.
J. P. M. Epping-Bankrupt Notices.
J. & T. B. Agnew-Pocket Corn Sheller.
D, C. Peixotto A: Son-Auction.
Extra Meeting Independent Fire Co.
Jacob Levin-North Carolina Hay.
Let's all go and seo the famous clairvoy?
ant, just from Europe. A28
FEW TRAVELERS aro acquainted with the
AMERICAN HOUSE, BOSTON, but they may
not bo awaro of tho many improvements in
this popular house. Suits of rooms, verti?
cal railway, lunch room, billiard hall, Ac.
A WRONG IMPRESSION CORRECTED.-Many
persons believe that there is no value in any
thing that does not como from "tho North."
How humiliating! However, this impres?
sion is being gradually corrected. It is now
admitted that no remedial Agent has ever
been discovered, North or South, that pos?
sesses, in so omi non t a degree, the power of
eradicating from tho system nil foul distem?
per, as DR. TUFT'S SARSAPARILLA AND
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. The secret is, it assiste
nature to do this through Us own channels. It
is composed of vegetable substances alone,
avery one of which grows on Southern soil,
it is the BLOOD PURIFIER OF THE AGE. A24 6
"MENS SANA IN ?ANO CORPORE."-To
have a sound mind in a sound body is ac?
knowledged to be tho great end and aim of
life, in a secular point of view. The sound
mind is doubtless most desirable; but of
what avail is it without the sound body.
Observe that youth or that maiden fair, of
high spirits and brilliant talents. We ad
mire the pale intellectual cast of features;
but disenso has fastened upon tho fair
frame, tho bloodless face grows thin, and
decay of mental and physical vigor soon
follows, to bo succeeded by death. Man
was made to labor, but there can be no long
sustained work without health. To make
tho emotions fresh and true, to make
tho mind active and vigorous, to mako
the body strong and handsome, wo must
have life's greatest blessing, health. To
eat well, to sleep well, to look well, to act
well, health is tho one thing needful. It is
tho pearl of great price, more to be prized
than tho wealth of "Ormus, or of Ind."
Heiuitsh's Queen's Delight is the best blood
purifier, health restorer, yet discovered, and
he would do well to act well and try it. A23
THE MAMMOTH CAVE-EXTRACT FROM A
PAIVATK LETTER.-* * ? * * We
groped about for many hours in this won?
derful place. I never saw anything like it.
Thc freaks of nature displayed hero aro very
strange, aud strike the beholder with awe.
But tho air in some parts of tho cave is close
and stilling, and when we came out, I found
myself saddled with a terribie fevor, which
entirely prostrated mo. The physioian had
never seen a case like it before, and no reme?
dy he prescribed seoinod to do the least
good. My lifo was despaired of. Mrs.
Wilson, with whom I was residing, had in
the house a bottle of PLANTATION BITTBBS,
and she insisted I should try it, for she said
she know it to bo a certain cure in all cases
of fever, debility, ague, dyspepsia, ko. I
had but little faith, but finally consented to
try it as a last resort. In less than tinco
hours after the first dose, my fever left me;
in two days I was sitting up, and before
Saturday night, I was as well as ever. I
tell you all this that you may know how to
act in any case of fever, or any similar dis?
ease. T firmly believe the PLANTATION BIT
TKRS saved my life. * * * * * iQ my
next I will tell you about tho cave in detail.
A. J. P.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the best
imported Germau Cologne, and sold at half
the price. A24 JlfS