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COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Saturday Morning, May 1. 1869.
Radical A il ml M ion? mm to th? iitttli?g.
Even Harper's Weekly, which, fo?:years;
past, bas hardly seemed able to find epithets
strong and violent enough to gratify its
wrath in speaking of the unreasonableness
of the South, and the too great indulgence
and mercy extended to that section does not
scruple to say :
"One wonders that the South, does- not
rebel anew, when he considers the misera?
ble Termin ?dio have been- sent down there
as Govern meut officials."
The language is correctly chosen. The
"miserable vermin hare been sent down as
Government officials." They have been
"sent" undci the auspices of the Freed?
men's Burean, "sent" as "officials," aud
harbored as such ever since. The Harpers
wonder that tho people of the South "don't
rebel anew" against "the miserable ver?
min," but brave men may ruefully submit
to a considerable amount of crawling aud
biting in their heads, rather than provoke
impatient and thirsty bayouets pointed
within an inch of their throats.
Jilt. Medill, editor of thc Chicago Tri?
bune, who has been une of the most unscru?
pulous and remorseless of the denouncers
of the people of the South, aud who has
seemed to think that the carpet-baggers
were all that could or should save tho South
from the lot of Sodom and Gomorrah, has
just made a tour through that section, and
he writes thus to his own paper:
"The people of the South have been fear?
fully punished for their crime against the
Union. The hardest heart could not wish
titeva m?r? .punishment than they have
Buffered. They hate been torn and bruised,
battered und burned, slaughtered and lace?
rated, impoverished, humiliated, and lastly,
ridden and robbed by carpet-baggers. They
philosophically endure ail the other stings
of "'outrageous fortune,' except the carpet?
baggers-the strolling, pilfering, political
black-legs of tho North, whom they cannot
bear, and they cry for exemption from this
infliction. But this evil is of temporary
SOUTH OABOI?INA NBGBOKS.-Mr. Thurlow
Weed has been spending the winier at Aiken,
S. C., where ho owns some property, we be?
lieve. His paper, the New York Commercial,
publishes the following:
Of the population of South Carolina,
100,000 are oolored and 300,000 white. The
ratio is changing fast. Emigration helps
and so does the death rate. A Times cor?
respondent says that the mortuary reports
in Charleston for the year 1868 exhibit the
fact that out of a population of about 40,000
in tho city-about half white and half black
-there have died 1,208 persons; of these,
818 were oolored, and 390 white. That is,
more than two negroes to one white died last
year in Charleston. More exactly it is, one
negro in every twenty-four dies annually;
while in the same time only one in every
fifty-one whites dies.
The vote of the State is about one in
seven; that is, about 100,000 votes in all. Of
these, 60,000are negroes and 40,000 whites
the majority of negroes being 20,000. The
blaok race is crowding toward the coast,
leaving the upper and middle country. This
gives the mountain Counties already a ma?
jority of white votes; and this majority must
increase on that side of the State. At the
next elections, in 1870, it is very probable
that the whites will have a majority in the
State Senate, which consists of one from
From Milledgeville, Georgia, we get the
sketch below of a remarkable family :
A M II. ITA ii Y FAMIIJY.-The Capers family
of the South-and we believe it is exclusively
a Southern family-made a remarkable fight?
ing record during the late war. From thc
album of a friend we send you thc follow?
ing, as embracing the members of this fami?
ly who were soldiers under the red-crossed
banner of Dixi<> in the Confederate army
Two brigadier generals; one colonel of ar
tillery; one lieutenant-colonel of artillery
two colonels of cavalry; one major of ar til
lery; one lieutenant-colonel of cavaly; foui
captains of cavalry; three captains of in
fantiy ; ttu?o sergeants; two chaplains; thrc<
surgeons; fourteen privates-making a tola
These were, without exception, brothers
uncles or cousins. Nine were killed in bat
tie; th re o died of wounds; two died of dis
case; thirteen were wounded more thai
once; seven wounded once, and only tbrei
came through safe. Eleven of tho officer
were promoted for gallantry on tho lieh
of battle. C. T. L.
One of the Confederate Generals of th i
family is now an Episcopal minister ii
Greenville, S. C. This recalls an inciden
at Oxford, Mississippi. General S., of th
"Into so-called," preached his ordinatio.
sermon thero as an Episcopal minister o
tho same day that Gen. Lu, of tho Baptis
Churoh, addressed his Baptist brethren, i
wag remarked that the two Generals wer
tho representatives of the urmy aud navy c
tho lato Confederate Stutes-the Baplii
brother representing the navy!
AN ODD FISH.-Tho Mobile Tribune saj
that Miller, recently appointed Collector i
that port, swallowed an Aim rican ila
during the war, and while in tho act <
taking a hath, on one occasion, with tli
sun shining full upon bis translucent both
ho was taken for a barber's pole, and a ma
went tn him to get shaved.
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COME DOW?.-The Everett Honse and
Metropolitan Hotel, ia New York, bave
backed down on the question of receiving
colored guests. The former took in a dark
skinned hunter for quarters, and rae latter
Suffered Li?atonant-GoV?frnor Danto (dnn
colorcd) to gratti tho register with his name,
whereupon; he Vos assigned a room, with
waiters, etc., to make him nt ease in his
inn. Those hotels are in a fair way to
increase their custom in. the dark lino
if they do not oharge too much. Bat
they have set out in a direction which,
from the strong prejudices existing in Kew
York, will render a reduction of fare inevi?
table. . The Astor bravely stands by its re?
solution, announced with unsurpassed bre?
vity thus: "Impossible.'' It will be fon nd
that there aro other things "impossible."
Mynheer Paul Dietrich, of Milwaukee,
feeling his earthly tabernacle, stored with
troubles, to be expelled, decided, after full
inquiry and investigation, to employ Ayer's
Pills. In his haste to purify his Dutch
stomach, ho mistook tho directions, 2 to 7,
and swnllowod 27 for a doso. This creatad,
of course, an ap-paul-ing internal rebellion.
But Tani wont through the fight like a hero,
and came off victor at last, with a renovated
system which he proudly exhibits as proof
of the wisdom of his choice. He advises
everybody to toko Doctor Ayer's Pills, but
kiudly advises his frieuds who ore ambitious,
of following his example, to "pe sure and
take dor right bortion."
We have long beeu aware that diamonds
were losing their position as fashion's f?vor
ite.% and other gems exhibiting a constant
nd van ".o in value. A writer in one of the
English magazines explains this, upou tho
hypothesis that the diamond has become an
integral part of the circulating medium.
Much surplus capital has been invested in
them on account of tho great value contained
in such a compact form. They arc, more?
over, so readily converted into cash, and can
bo so perfectly imitated, that by far tho
largest quantity of tho family joweis dis?
played at court receptions, are known to be
merely paste, the origiuals having long gone
to relieve pressing necessities. Of all other
gems tho pearl seems now destined to be
the most sought after.
RBMABKABLE DEATH.-A few days since,
a maa named Thomas James, residing in
Albany, diod very suddenly, and his friends
were unable to discover any cause for his
sudden demise. At the post mortem exami?
nation, which has just been held, it was
found that a piece of chip had lodged cross?
wise in his bowels, stopping tho passage,
and producing the inflammation which
caused his death. It has been ascertained
that the deceased accidentally swallowed
this chip while drinking some gin and mo?
lasses a short time sinco, tho chip having
evidently been detached from the molasses
With the other advances of the day in
railroad travel, must be noted an arrange?
ment which has just beou completed for
through traias betweoa New York and New
Orleans. The only chango of cars on this
whole trip will bo at Louisville, which is
very nearly a half-way point. Tho through
time will be seventy-six hours. Sleeping
cars are to run on all trains, and berths or
sections may be obtained for tho whole trip.
At most seasons of the year, the difference
of climate between the terminal points of thia
immense line, will require passengers to pro?
vide for a change of clothing during the
Tho ownership of the publication known
as tho Imperialist, printed in New York, and
which openly advocates tho conversion ol
our Republican Government into an empire
has all along been charged npon a promi
neat Federal office-holder, but it was no
until recently that tho name of the ownei
became publicly known. The Newark Diih
Journal, of the 20th 'iii., makes the astound
iug statement that the paper in question ii
edited nuder the auspices and at the cost o
tho Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Adolph Bo
ric, und alleges that Grunt himself has beei
distributing copies to his friends. "Straws,1
SCALVS RISING.-Who wants to go on
profitable scalping expedition. A Texa
"Tho price of Indian scalps hasadvancei
since tho notorious outlaw Gluuton made ;
contract with tho authorities of Chihuahua
Mexico, to furnish thom at ten dollars pe
head, and attempted to ring in Mexicu
scalps at tho same pri?e. Colonel Ruo
Barry, of Rosque County, in writiog to
gentleman of Corsieana, says that a purs
of Si,OOO hus been made up for tho scalp c
each and every Iudiau or thief killed i
LIKU.-The following inscription is froi
G rey friar's church-yard:
Our lifo ia but a winter's day,
Some only breakfast and away.
Others to dinner stay,
And are full fed;
The oldest man but sups
And goes to bed.
Largo is his dobt
That liugers out the day.
Ho that goos soonest
Has tho least to pay.
When Bishop Asbury "run" the Meth
dist Church, there was one cironit iu Vi
ginia where the ladies were so fascin?t it
that nil t'ic young preachers sent there we
soon tau u captive. Tho Bishop thougl
to stop this by sending thither two d?cret
old men, but, to his great surprise, boi
were murrin! the same year. He exclaim*
in disgust: "I am afruid tho women at
the devil will get all my preachers!"
"You Bet," a villngo in California, w
I destroyed by fire on Monday.
The Spirito.il Resurrectionists fared rather
badly in tho Court at New York onjMon
day. The testimony ?hows that anybody
can photograph ghosts by ^mechanical
mean?; wo miar therefore hope to see the
quackery exploded by their universal ap?
Two members of a church' choir in Alba?
ny, having seceded therefrom, have boen
gratifying their spite by singing in the con?
gregation out of tune ana at tho top of
their voices.' They have been arrested and
discharged, and still persist in singing out
Of time. The fix is an odd one.
Montreal is suffering great distress from
the effects of the groat flood in the St.
Lawrence River. The police aro engaged
in distributing- bread from boats, which are
paddled through the streets covered by
water to tho depth of two, four, and iu
some places six feet.
Miss Braddon appears to have many legal
difficulties. She has now sued a French
translator of one of her novels, and the
latter warns her that if she porsists in car?
rying the case into court, he will provo that
she has taken most of her plots and diame?
ters from old French novels.
A PRINCELY OFFICIAL REVENUE.-The
Now York Times shows the fees of the She?
riff of New York to amount at present to
more than $300,000 per annum, and says
that a bill now pending before the Legisla?
ture, if passed, will increase the emoluments
of tho office to $1,000,000 yearly.
The ' Carolina Spartan hos received from
Mr. Dukes, of Abbeville District, a Pal?
metto Silver Medal, with tho name of J.
W. Reed engraved on it. It was purchased
by Mr. Dukes from a Yankee soldier. It
will be delivered to the owner or his repre?
Tho Rev. Mr. Smith, a Methodist minis?
ter, was set upon by a party of Loyal
Leaguers, on Sunday, the 25th ult., at
Littlo River, Tennessee, and boateu nearly
to death. Where's the Ku Klux?
The last spike in the Central Pacific
Railroad will be driven home on Friday or
Sat?rd&y next, near Promontory. Crowds
of visitors are going to that point to see it
A crusty old bachelor says that Adam's
wife was called Evo because when she ap?
peared, man's day of happiness carno to a
Tho man who tried to sweeten his tea
with one of his wife's smiles, has "fallon
back" on sugar. Nothing like first princi?
ples, after all.
WHO 'IS HE?-Mr. Allen F. Flowers, a
aative of Columbia, S. C., died at the resi
lence of Mr. J. R>. Spann, in Washington
County, Texas, on tho 8th ult.
In a case of bankruptcy in New York, on
Monday, a wife applied to be admitted ns u
creditor, having lent .her husband $7U0.
The Court decided in her favor.
The Globe, ol Monday and Tuesday, con?
tained thirty columns of letters tu Senator
Spragne, endorsing his recent speeches.
A landlady, in Boston, it is said, makes
ber biscuit so light that her lodgers can see
to go to bed by them. ?
The gentleman who went on the tenor of
his way is supposed to have been a member
of an opera company.
What Spain wants of the Anglo-Saxon
nations-England to give it a loan, America
to let it alone.
The Chinese, it is said, now tolerato
Charles Wesley is said to have written
How to accumulate real estate-Never
Song of the escaped convict-"The last
link is broken."
Blackberries have oppearod in the Charles?
I HAVE A TEOIUTJLE COUGH.-You noed
not have it long; go to your Druggist and
get a bottle of DB. Tun's C EL EU RATED EX?
PECTORANT, it will soon cure you. It is
dangerous to neglect Coughs. This valua?
ble preparation may be found in every vil
lugo und hamlet in the South and West.
PLANTATION BITTERS combine rave nieli
ciual virtues with a delicious aroma, and a
flavor grateful to tho pilate. It is purely
vegetable, and in its composition all the re?
quisites of scienco have been complied with.
It is suitable for all ages and sexes. It is
gentle, stimulating and soothing". All dys?
peptic disorders uro cured by it, und it re?
pairs aud restore;! nature's wasted powers.
PLANTATION BITTERS aro increasing daily in
favor with all classes. It relieves suffering,
renders life a luxury, brightens the present,
aud throws a hopeful light on tho futuro.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the best
imported Qeraiau Cologue, and sold at half
tho price. Ml flfS
Pure Corn Whiskey.
OA BBLfl. Puro Com WHISKEY, for salo low
?i\J to dualer?. E. A O. D. HOPE,
Mav 1 AcontR for OM Northgate Di-tilloiy.
Misses', Boys' and Children's Shoes,
SUIT 'Alli.IO FOIt MAY PAHTI1C8.
? ^ JUST RliCEIYED, an ologant as
nH\. sortaient of Misses', Boys' and Chit
LT dr.'ii's Dress GAITERS AND SLIP
Tr ~m? WV
May 1 ? Or. THOMPSON SnjELTO i.
Merchandize for Beal Estate.
AFIRM, retiring from tho business, oftVrs for
Btilo a stock of ti ie Tailor's and Clothier's
TRIMMINGS, together with a meo assortment of
I.adio*' S.Ik and Velvet Dross battons, and would
take in exchange for a portion of the purchase.
Beal Batate in any healthy location io tho South?
ern Slates. Property ia or noir a city preferred.
This is a desirable opportunity for any wishing to
11 ii . - ' i c .- business or to add adi partaient of this
kimi to a business air. a.Iv established. Address
Box 8,057 Post Office, New York. May 1 6
m? o o a 1 Ito m s .
Tho beautiful silver goblet, won by the
Palmettoes, on their recent visit to Charles?
ton, can be seen at the storo of Captain W
Wo learn that Messrs. Philip E. Schwartz,
of Columbia, and B. G. Tocum, of Charles?
ton, havo been appointed mail agents over
the Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
Robert Young, Esq., of tho Keowee Cou?
rier, has boon in Columbia for a day or two
-combining business with pleasure. He
leaves for his mountain home this morning.
COMET COMISO.-A comet, superior in
size and lustre to Encke's, is nightly ex?
pected. Celestial curiosity seekers ore pro?
mised this novelty between this date and
June. The Wilmington Journal declares it
is the return of Wineck's comet, which has
been whisking iU tail through spaco for
ever so many hundred years. The advent
of tho phenomenon will afford much plea?
sure to all taking the trouble to look
heavenward at the time of its appearance.
STILL FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS-A NEW
BAN KINO HOUSE. -Messrs. Scott, Williams
& Co., finding their present location too
contracted, have bought two lots on Main
street, adjoining the Conrt House, and con?
tracted with Mr. G. W. Davis for building
a neat and commodious banking house, in?
cluding a large and pecure vault, with all
tile conveniences for au extensivo business
in their line as bankers and brokers-em?
bracing everything done by a bank, except
tho issue of bills. Messrs. Geo. W. Wil?
liams & Co., tho well-known bankers, gro?
cers and capitalists of Charleston, are mem?
bers of the firm, the acting partners in Co?
lumbia being Edwin J. 3cott, Esq., and his
sou, Mr. Henry E. Scott, life-long citizens
of Columbia, and thorough business men.
The former was an officer high in position
For years in the old Commercial Bank;
while the latter was also connected with
that institution for a sufficient length of
time to become thoroughly au fait in all
bhings pertaining to banking. We cbroni
;le this evidence of improvement with the
greatest pleasure, not only as an addition to
tho attractions of our capital oity; butas the
pery best evidence of the belief of her own
people in our future prosperity. The par?
ties connected with the institution have the
means, thc capacity and the inclination, we
believe, to facilitate the business sher*"pro?
mote the general interest of their custom?
Tho following list of arrivals at the Wash?
ington IIous->, on the 28th and 29th ult.,
was furnished at too late an hour for inser?
tion in yesterday's paper:
J. A. Cannon and lady, Warren Cannon
ind lady, Miss E. Lake, Mrs. J. W. Folk,
Miss Folk, Miss Ella Folk, Warren "Feagle,
J. D. Weedaman, Thon?as Wicker, Miss M.
Wicker, Pomaria; Dr. A. C. Fuller, Laurens
W. Cromer, J. B. Haddon, M. E. Hollings
worth, W. C. Wynn, W. Cromer, J. McGee?
N. C. Wright, John T. Millar, Miss Sm
Wilson, M. Li. Millar, J. B. Carpenter ant
lady, Miss Nannie Carpenter, Miss Sui
Carpenter, Miss Carpenter, Harvey Wilson
George Mitchell, Abbeville: Wm. V. Brigg
Tenn.; J. B. Newberry, C. C. Smith, G. E
Smith, Miss Sallie Hay, Miss N. Hay, Mis
Maggio Nance, G. M. B. Robinson, A. R
Cox, D. E. Cobb, Allen Williams, W. N
Mitchell, D. C. Mitchell, G. W. Russell, W
A. Neal, J. W. Pegg, Miss Rosamond, Mis
Russell, B. G. Russell, C. Cox, J. J. Shir
ley and lady, Miss Maggie Ragwell, Mis
Sallie Mattison, Mrs. E. Bigby, Miss Bigby
S. R. Hay, W. M. Shirley, J. M. Picken*
Miss N. Pickens, Miss M. M. Pickens, Mis
L. J. Pickens, Miss Esther Smith, Mis
Sallie H. Pickens, J. C. Smith, Miss Juli
Pickous, Theodore Smith, Earle Smith, J
B. Carpenter, J. N. Vandiver, A. L. Cliui
scales, W. P. Browne, G. Roberts and lad}
Mrs. M. Roberts, Miss Roberts, N. A
McCully, J. Sitton and lady, Miss Sittorr, .]
J. Rowen, Anderson; Henry Geiger, Lej
ington; Abner Mulliuax, J M. Heudnoki
Pickens; W. J. Bonner, B. B. Henry, C
W. Hawtborno, G. C. Austin, Mrs. J. C
Lindsay, Mrs. M. A. Lindsay, Miss Bonne
Mrs. Prayther, Miss Prayther, J. D. Ta
bert, 13. J. Riley, J. H. Morrah, R. F. Rrai
ley, W. S. Holley, H. E. Ronner, W. ]
Miller, J. L. Brownlee, G. W. Liddell, ,
J. Liddell, Arthur Liddell, Col. D. O. Hal
thorne, John Pratt, Miss M. A. Pratt, Mr
E. J. Cox, Duo West; A. A. Killian, D. 3
Killiau, T. Chappell, Alston; J. P. Payi
and lady, Miss Sallie Pajne, Miss Sall
Gambrell, Robert Rosamond, Smith Bra
ley, Miss Lizzie Bradley, James P. Smit
Miss N innio Bradley, B. F. Stairley, Mi
M. Stnirley, Miss Irene Stairley, MissLizz
Stairley, Miss Jones, Greenville; R. '
Kirkpatrick, Robert Smith, J. L. Pra
Donaldsville; W. W. Roland, James .
Mounce, Greenwood; J. L. Brock, Hon
Path; H. W. Duncan, Union; A. Campbe
Josiah King. George Brown, J. P. R. Cam
boll, L. W. Kay, G. A. Mooro, Miss M. 1
Moore, Miss L. C. Martin, Wm. H. McCo
nell, Daniel Mattifloa, Lucretia iMattiso
Wm. Mat tison, Robort Mattison, Laura ]
Sutherland. J. N. Sutherland, Belton;
Henry, D. E. Haddon, J. W. McCombs, \
H. McCombs, John A. Summer, James
Johnson, W. Riser, Newberry; Capt. H. .
Hamitter, Riehland; M. H. Brown, Ric
mond; W. M. Lowis, N. C.
The em T tainmon t tb be given i by St.
Maur, for the benefit of the Ladies' Indus?
trial Association, having been postponed on
account of the weather, will come! off on
Monday'evening, May 3, at Janney's Hall.
An auction of largo fancy cakes, meats,
etc., will be held this day, at 12 o'cbck, at
tho Ladies' Industrial Association., The
patronage of the public is earnestly soli?
NEW PAPER.- The Spartanburg Gaiette, is
the name of a weekly winch has just ap?
peared, under the editorial management of
P. M. Wallace, Esq. Mr. S. T. Pointier is
the proprietor. The mon at the he!m ap?
pears to understand his business.
OUR Jon OFFICE.-The Phoenix Job Office
is now prepared to execute every manier of
printing, from visiting and business cards
to pamphlets and books. With ample ma?
terial and first-class workmen, satisfaction is
guaranteed to all nt New York pricea If
our work does not come up to contract, we
ninke no charge. With this understanding,
our business men can have noexouse to send
their joh work North, when'it can bo done
Married, by Rev. Wm. B. Elkiu, at the
residence of Mr. Wm. Smith, Mr. JOHN P.
ELK?N, of Alston, to Miss MARTHA L.
SMITH, of Union.
Accompanying this notice was a nicely
ornamented cake; for which our friends will
accept our sincere thanks. These kindly
remembrances aro particularly gratifying.
We wish thom much happiness in this life;
and When they shall be colled to cross the
dark river, may they be eunblcd to descry
thc bright light gleaming on the other
SUPREME COURT-April 30.-M. C. Hall
i's. Joiner it McAllister, et al., was resumed.
Mr. Maurice for motion. Mr. Maurice read
irgnmonts of Messrs. Dozier and Porter
FOURTH CIRCUIT.-D. B. McAru and Allen
Macfarluu, ads. D. Malloy el al.; Charles
ind John B. Irby, ads. D. Malloy et al. ;
Tames C. Coit, Administrator, ads. D. Mal?
oy; N. D. Strioklin ads. D. Malloy; Stephen
3rock ct al. ads. Henry T. Moore, were
M. B. Pegues et ux. ct al. vs. Geo. J. W.
McCall etai, continued by consent.'
C. B. Hazleden and A. Godbold et al.
ids. E.?J. Moody, Assignee, was heard. Mr.
ETarllee, for motion, road brief.
FIFTH CIRCUIT.-John Elmore, Assignee,
?s. R. M. Scurry and C. D. Spearman, was
leard. Mr. Baxter for motion; Mr. Fair
Grady, Hawthorne Sc Perry vs. J. McM.
?alme?; G. D. Smith ads. M. Foot, appeal
John \V. Suber el al. ads. J. A. Bond, was
leard. Mr. Jones for motion; Mr. Fair
sontra; Mr. Carlington on tho same side.
Amelia B. Kinsler ads. Edward and H. O.
Kinsler, Executors, appeal abandoned.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The following are
.he hours for opening and closing mails:
During tho week from. .8% A. M. to 6 P. M.
3n Sundays from.6 to 7 P. M.
CHARLESTON AND WESTERN MAILS.
3pensat....5 P. M. Closes at.. 8% P. M.
CHARLESTON NIGHT MAIL.
Dpens at. .8}4 A. M. Closes at. .4J? P. M.
Dpens at.. 5 P. M. Closes at.. 8# P. M.
3pens at.. 2 P. M. Closes at. 12% P. M.
A few copies of tho "Sack and Destruc?
tion of Columbia" can be obtained at tho
Phoenix office Price twenty-five cents.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
s called to tho following advertisements,
nublished for tho first timo this morning:
Merchandize for Real Estate- Address, ?c.
E. & G. D. Hope-Puro Corn Whiskey.
G. Thompson Shelton-Gaiters, Slippers.
Acts Passed by the State Legislature.
To men of business no boase in Boston
is hotter than tho AMERICAN, its position
being tho centre of commercial lifo, while
no effort is spared to maintain tho high
rank the house has hold so long. Ml
How TO RETAIN YOUTH AND BEAUTY.-It
isa matter of no little importance, now-a
flayrt among men and women, to preserve
tho bloom and freshness of more youthful
Jays. Cosmetics and Parisian artifices will
nover stay tho furrowing plough-sharo of
time. Extorual appliances cannot rejuve?
nate the decaying spirit of man or woman,
3o long as thoy neglect to keep tho lamp of
lifo well supplied with puro blood. Some?
thing must bo done to quicken and vitalize
Hio inner man and supply tho waste tissnes
hith puro blood, if you would preserve tho
ruddy glow of health and beauty of youth.
HEINITHII'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT is th J great
ilood purifier und a beautifier, bejuusn it
removes by its invigorating and cleansing
properties, all blemishes, spots, pimples,
Doils, eruptions. It pnrifics and beautifies.
For salo by FISHER ?fe HEINJ.TSH,