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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Friday ttormnp, May 7. 1869.
Ouo of the Riohnioud journals calls altea?
Hon to the mutilation of the fine marble
statuo of Henry Clay, in tbe capitol'square
of tbut city, aud to tbe vandalism which
threatens soon to destroy it entirely. Van?
dalism seems to be becomiog tho order of
the day with more important things than
statues, the Baltimore Sun declares; aud it.
wore weii it it* confined--its ravages only to
works of art. But the most venerable in?
stitutions are not safe from its destructivo
spirit. The principles and ideas vindicated
by tho great Americans to whom the noble
statues in tho capitol grounds of Richmond
aro erected, have been more wantonly as?
sailed than the mote emblems of tho men
who ure identified with them. It is in keep?
ing with tho .surroundings that the stutue of
Clay, which represented him in his oratori?
cal attitude, and seemed, like its great
original, instinct with the lire of liberty aud
independence, should be defaced and mu?
tilated, like tho rights, franchises and sen?
sibilities of the people of his native Stnte.
When that State, if ever, is reconstructed,
it may be well to reconstruct tho statue. In
tho present condition of Virginia, tho grand,
heroic figures of the revolution aud of
Henry Clay, which have been reared lb her
capitol square, are like monuments in a
cemotery, aud should have engraved upon
thom IN ???EH??UAM:, not only of men who
arc drud, but o? liberties whioh nre buried
with them-not without the hope, let us
trnst, of a ja.yft3 resurrection.
THE CIRCULATION OF TUE NEW YOKK
DAIUY NEWS.-It will be perceived that Mr.
Wood, the editor of the New York Daily
News, boldly throws down the glove, in the
following card, against a? comers. As yet,
no one has been bold enough to enter thc
ring and take np the gauntlet. This chai
longo has been before the public since the
2d of April, and it is fair to presume, there?
fore, that the allegations made in it aro true,
and that the fact is now established that thc
News has the largest circulation of any dailj
paper in tho United States:
OFFIOB OF THE NEW YORK EVENING NEWS,
April 2, 18G9.
Believing that the New York Evening
News has the largest circulation of any dailj
paper (morning or evening) published ii
the United States, I make the following
1st. That the Evening News ciroulatei
daily more oopies than the New Yorl
2d. That tho Evening News circulate:
more copies thau twice the combined circa
lat ion of all the other o vening papers pub
lished in tim city.
3d. That the Evening News has a large
circulation than anv other daily paper pub
lished in the Uii'ted States.
I agree to give $1,000 to any charitabl
institution of this city, if cither of tbenbov
propositions is proved to be incorrect
82,000, if two of them aro proved to be in
oorreet; and 83,000, if the three shout*
prove to be iucorrect; provided the propri
etors of the newspaper accepting the ebal
tongo agree to forfeit tho same amounts ii
case the above statements are decided i
favor of the Evening News. Each party t
select the proprietor of some first-clas
newspaper; and if the two should not agree
they to select a third.
The Honorable Beujamiu has a number c
able assistants. Mr. Morse, who was foi
merly proprietor of the Augusta (Ga.
Chronicle and Sentinel, is the general supei
intendent of the establishment, and kee]
everything in perfect order. Wo cougrati
late Mr. Wood on the complete success <
his enterprise, and hope, ere many month
to record 200,000 as the daily circulation <
tho News. His n.any friends in the Sout
will say "Amen" to this.
"REPUBLICAN DISAFFECTION."-The Ne
York Herald notices the disaffection in tl
Republican ranks, growing out of tho mai
uer in which the spoils of office have bec
and are being distributed. It sees iu this
sure indication of impending dissolution f<
that party. It says:
"In tho policy which General Grant
pursuing, of faithfully and rigidly eur ry ii
out the laws and the orders nnd the wish
of Congress, thc consequences are becomii
apparent to th? people, and thus the don
nant party, through its own devices, is r
pidly hurried on tho road to ruin. An<
Johuson, from his policy of opposition
Congress, kept this party alive aud furnish*
it political capital for every election; Ge
Grant, in giving to Congress aud tho par
programme full sway, aud in carrying o
tho party law of rot. lion in offlco with i
unsparing hand, is in a fair way to the ina
guration of a new aud more startling ai
moro progressive revolution than that whi
culminated in his election. We say, the
let bim go on, and let it come. A sweepi
revolution ia tho only remedy for uuiver?
VEIIY TUFE.-Tho Ballimore Sun sums
Ben. Butler's recent talk on the situation
a candid confession that we canonize reb
lion abroad and cannonade it at home.
. LMP?AOHMRNT. -The Augusts (G*.) Chro?
nicle and Sentinel, advocating the impeach?
ment of Gov. Bullock, of that Btate, says:
"His im peach ment and removal from offioc
ia demanded uot only to preserve the Stato
from bankruptcy, but as essential to the
preservation of peaoe, security and good
order. There eau be neither peace nor se?
curity so long ns he is permitted to discharge
the functions of Governor. Hfl ling striven
to stir up strife between the two races and
encouraged and fostered, the formation of
secret leagues therefor. He has appropriated
public funds, without thc sanction of law.
He has defied the law-making po vcr cf tuc
State Government and continues lo defy jt,
over-riding all provisions of the Constitution
and hiv. s. He bas granted pardons to those
dunged with crime while yet iu the bauds
of justice and their trials going on. He has
appointed bad men to ofliccs having ooutrol
over the liberty and property of citizens;
aud refused commissions to good men who
have been fairly chosen by ballot, proscrib?
ing test questions ns to fitness for office
without color of law or authority. He pre?
tends to govern the State, whilst residing
outside of the limits of the Stato, thereby
clogging the whole machinery of govern?
ment, delaying the operations of the State
Government, mid forcing citizens of Georgia
to great expense and delay in matters re?
quiring his presence. Ho has degraded the
office of thu Executive by signing blanks lo
bo issued by his a gouts, thereby placing the
power which tho Constitution invests solely
iu the discretion of the Executive in hands
of irresponsible subordinates. lu every and
all of these things he has brought contempt
upon law and order and good government,
aud endangers tho peuce und welfare of the
State aud thu lives, liberty and property of
our citizens. For these things and others
ho should be impeached and deposed from
FRAUD UPON THE PEOPLE.-In nearly all
tho States in which the fifteenth amendment
is claimed to have been ratified, tho ratifica?
tion, so called, has been effected in noto?
rious opposition to tho understood will of
tho people. It is claimed to have beeu
ratified by the New York Legislature, and
yet if it were submitted to-day to the voto
of tho people of New York, not an intelli?
gent radical in that State would bet one dol?
lar that thc measure would not be defeated
by a majority of thirty or forty thousand.
In all tho States which are claimed to bare
ratified it, Massachusetts and Maine aro un?
doubtedly the only ones in which it would
not have been unhesitating!}' rejected hythe
people. New York, Penusylvauia, Michi?
gan, ?c., rejected it, nt their last opportu?
nities of voting upon it, by exceedingly
heavy popular majorities, and yet their Le?
gislatures have usurped tho powor to ratify
it, thus making it, so far ns their nctiou can
go, tho policy of the whole country for all
We expect the fifteenth amendment to ho
declared a part of tho Constitution, und for
a time at leust to bo practically enforced as
such. The people havo not endorsed it,
they will not endorse it, but it will uo doubt
be submitted to until other times and other
eircumstances and other people shall arise.
We advise no force except tho forco of the
ballot-box, but wo ask and expect every
Democrat to take good caro never to yield,
for expediency's sake, to the power of tho
evil tendencies around him, but to keep his
soul pure in tho expectation of a better
period, which, if our country is to survive,
can uot be very far off. Even though good
men muy at present have no hope, let them
vote as if they hud no fear. Their right to
vote and to think is even more sacred than
their right to breathe tho air of Heaven.
[Louis ville Courier- Jo ur nal.
Tho Anderson Intelligencer says that the
credentials upon which Hugo got his seat in
Congress "were no less than a fraud aud a
Scythes and Grain Cradles.
i)f\ DOZ. Griffin's Best OHAIN ORADLES,
??y) G dos. five sod nix Finger Grain Cradles.
Ai low prices, tor cash, by J. ts T. B. AGNEW.
Office County Oommissioners Richland.
COLUMBIA, May 6, 18G9.
AN ELECTION of Town Oflicors for Columbia
Township will be held at Jaunov's Hall, on
.SATURDAY, 22d MAY instant, between tho hours
of ? o'clock A. M. ami 0 o'clock P. M.
WM. SHIVER, Chairman
Board County Commissioners Richland County.
Broad River Bridge Company.
AMEETING of STOCKHOLDERS will ho held
at Copeland it Dearden'* store, on MONDA/
next, thu lUih mutant, at 10 o'clock A. M. All In?
terested will attend, as husiuess of importance
wih he laid before them. By order of thu Provident
and Directors. G. W. DEARDEN,
May 7 II Secretary and Treasurer.
Pig Hams, &c.
JUST to hand, bbls. Ferris' extra sugar
cured PIG ll AMS, Pig Shoulders and Pig Ba?
con Strips. For salo by O BO. 8YMMKR8.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 5. 1809.
THE annual list ol Internal Revenue Taxes for
1809 hus been returned to thia office for col?
lection. Payment of these tusen by parties resid?
ing in the Counties of Richland ami Lexington, is
required to he made by the Int June next. After
that date, tim penalties proscribed hy law will bs
imposed on delinquents. R M. WALLACE,
Deputy Collector 3d Di?'. South Carolina.
M iv ti I
ALL PERSONS aro warm d against hunting,
fishing, or trespassing in any way on my
premises, us they will he prosecuted to the fullest
extent of the law. Du. S. W. BOOKHABT.
May 5 3?
Jos. DANIEL POPS. A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTOU1VKVS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY.
OFFIOK I aw Itaii^'c, Columbia, S C. May 5
Pure Corn Whiskey.
BBLS. Puro Corn WHISKEY, for sale low
A\t to dealers. E. A O. D- HOPE,
May 1 Agents for Old North State Didtillory.
A charge of frond against ? n umber o? so-|
called spiritual photographists was dismiss?
ed in New York yesterday. One of them j
read a rambling defence, stating that ho first '
practiced photography for a living, when,
after awhile, an in vol notary power, which
he conld not explain, of taking photographs
was developed within him. Judge Down?
ing decided that the prosecution bad failed
to make out the ease, and he would feel jus?
tified in sending charges to the grand jury.
Tra FAMINE IN IND?A.-The Friend of In?
dia newspaper says there is still severe fa?
mine in that country. About Sepreo there
was much misery. Hundreds flock to the
station in every stage of starvation. There
were somo 1,500 paupers, many of them
pnst work. Day by day bodies wero found
of those who had fainted nod died before
they could reach tho relief house which tho
English have started.
Rumors of Cabinet chauges are again rife.
It is said that many of tho radical senators
and members who remain in Washington
expresa the conviction privately, that unless
tho Cabinet is reconstructed, the Republican
party will go to pieces, uud the next House
of Representatives be Democratic.
There is something very humiliating and
peddling in the action of tim Rhode Island
politicians, who aro getting up ?in address to
General Burnside, assuring him that he is
believed to be a bravo man. Glory which
could bo so easily pierced by the spur of
Bantam Billy must be feathery indeed.
There is a rumor from Washington that
Mr. Grant may yet appoint somo honest
man to supersede Ashley, whose nomination
ns Governor of Montana was barely con?
firmed by one vote in tho Senate. It is to
bo hoped that the report is true.
On the 18th ult., Hon. Wade Richard?
son, of Louisiana, attempted to whip his
dog with a pistol belt, in which was a loaded
pistol, which he held by tho muzzle. The
pistol went off, aud tho ball penetrated bis
left breast, causing death iu a few hours.
SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. James Robinson,
an old and well-known citizen of this place,
was attacked on Friday night last by a pain
in tho head, and iu a very short time ex?
pired. -Chester Reporter,
Thurlow Weed has presented tho Aiken
(S. C.) Baptist Church with a handsomo
communion service, which elicits a very
graceful letter of thanks from the pastor, tho
Rsv. Lucius Cuthbert.
Tho Edgefield Adrtrriiser has an original
conundrum, made by u little boy of that
town. "Why is Judge Zeph Platt like ne?
cessity? Answer-Because ho knowe no
CIRCUS RIDER KILLED.-James Madigan,
the colebrated circus rider, was instantly
killed while attempting to throw a double
somersault at Paris, Ky., on Wednesday
last. He fell and broke his neck.
A New Yorker has bought Snow's Island
plantation, on the Great Pee Dee, in Wil?
liamsburg County-, for $12,000. It is a his?
torical spot, famous as the almost inaccessi?
ble camping place of Gen. Francis Marion.
Answering solicitations to sell gold, there
bv keeping the prices down, Secretary
Boutwell says ho will, under no circum?
stances, allow tho Government to bo drawn
into competition with Wall street.
An old man named Kinsey, a native of
North Carolina, was accidentally cnt in tv/o
in a saw mill, near Pensacola, Florida, last
week. Ho leaves a dopondent family.
An athlete, named Charles Miller, was fa?
tally injured in Danville, Ul., on Friday.
Ho attempted to turn a double somersault
through u hoop, but his foot caught and he
fell upon tho back of his neck.
Sleighing in Bethel, Maine, last week,
was lively. The people there have had live
months and sixteen days sleighing, and the
whiter is not over yet.
An Indiana man advertises his wifo as
having deserted him just at tho time of
commencing summer work, after ho had
boen at tho expense of wintering her.
$7,000 has been appropriated by Congress
for tho purpose of putting tho homo of
Washington-Mount Vernon-in thorough
Two colored men had a difficulty at
dance house in Augusta, Ga., on Wednes?
day night, the result of which was that ono
of thom, named Franklin, was killed.
THE PANAMA SHIP CANAL.-A privato lot
ter from Bogota, dated March 2, from
well-informed writer, reports tho rejection
by the Senate of tho ship canal treaty.
Tho Germans in Charleston are having a
pleasant time. A three days Schuotzeufest
commenced yesterday and is in full blast
Tho Mount Vernon estate of Geu. Wash
mgton is advertised in tho (uizettc for sale
on tho 10th of June, at auction.
Colixmtola, JS. O.
A/ffi&^^x, THB pB0PRIET0R9 t:iko Plca
BaqflBSwL announcing that this
ologdniiy-furaishotl Establishment is now open
for the accommodation of gnosts. The table will
always bo supplied with every delicacy of the soa
eon-both from the Now York and Charleston
markets, and no efforts will bo spared to give
perfect satisfaction, in every rosport, to our
patrons. FUEL' LUNCH in thc refectory every?
day from ll until half past Pu o'clock.
WM. GORMAN, ? Pno.B11Proill,
H. H. BADEN HOP, | BIBTOBS.
aapTho Charleston Courier and A'errs, Richmond
Dispatch and Charlotte Observer will copy six
times every other day; and tho Chester Reporter,
Marion Mar, Greenville Mountaineer, Abbeville
Press, Newberry Herald and Oconco Courier will
copy four times and forward bills to tbiaothce.
April 27 ?imo
Xii o o ?CL 1 X t o m s .
Wo leum that Chief Constablo Hubbard
waa arrested in Newberry, yesterday morn?
ing, iipou the.charge of -Keys, of Ham?
burg, of false imprisonment. He wus
required to give bail in tho sum of $5,000
for his appearance nt the next Court of
Common Pleas and General Sessions, for
Tho Committee-consisting of Seuators
and Representatives Crews, Smalls, Bryant,
McIntyre, Elliott, Wright and Buck-ap?
pointed under a joint resolution of tho
Geueral Assembly, "to investigate" tho
coudition of affairs in the Third Congres?
sional District, have been in session in this
city sinco Monday evening lust. They cou
template visiting ouch County in the Dis?
trict, for the purpose of taking testimony.
SUPREME Cona-, May 0.-M. li. Nichols,
for another, rs. Wriley Boliu and Robert
Whitesides; E. S. Boleyn et al. ads. June
Boleyn; James Stewart rs. Jane S. Shorer.
Continued by consent.
Laura E. Nance cs. R. 1). Nance, J. K.
G. Nance, Executors, el al., und Mary W.
Nance, by next friend, ?-.>-. samo, wore, r^
sumed. Mr. Fair for motion; Mr. Joros
contra; Mr. Simpson ou Ibo same side; Mr.
Fair in reply.
MAY.-Ever fresh in its original bounty
comes back the May. Not to be worshipped
with superstitious rites, nor invested with
supernatural powers, but with tho power of
her own loveliness compelling all hearts to
do her certain homage. Ls Ibero any beau?
ty in animate or inanimate life which does
uot strike us with tho force of novelty ? As
we watch the recurring seasous we aro struck
with the variety of combinations which
make every month differ from its anniversa?
ry. Perhaps we see through the different
mediums of different feelings; eyes bright
with joy or dim with grief paint diverse
pictures, but yet, giving duo weight to all
things, thero is u wonderful variety iu every
May which gladdens the earth. Whilst
there is a certain variety in May herself,
there is nono iu the poetical goslings who
be-rhymo tho "fair Lad}' of the Lund."
They are r?pandu with their theme. They
spread it out likon great shallow green pool,
without depth cnongh for a ripple. They
borrow and filch from eyes that have seen,
and tongues that have told, all tho won?
drous sweetucssof the month of love, and
since Spencer and Edwards, they have given
as not a singlo new conceit. But all thc
ovil rhymes iu tho world cannot mako May
?my other than she is-a month in which to
love; a mouth in which to hope; a monti:
where dreams of beauty tuko visiblo form;
ou earth, and transfiguro tho poorest lib
into a borrowed brightness. lu fact, ?
month for everything but marrying. Why
we should like to know, should people no
marry iu this fairest month of all tho year '
"To wed in May, is to weil with poverty,'
is a well-known proverb. According ti
Ovid, the Romans, under no circumstances
could bo induced to take a wife iu May
Had tho unbounded licentiousness of th
festival of tho Floraba, which the ancient
instituted in this month, anything to di
with the anto-mutrimonial edicts which als
marked it? It would be interesting to trac
the connection between tho present vagu
superstition and its remote origin. Not th
faintest shadow bul has its substance, if w
look far enough, and it bas always puzzle
us to know why lovely, fresh May, a mont
specially adaptod to lovc-makiag, should la
her interdict upon tho natural sequence c
Ocn Jon OFFICE.-The Phoenix Job Ofiic
is now prepared to execute every manner <
printing, from visiting and business care
to pamphlets and books. With ample mi
tcrial and first-class workmen, satisfaction
guaranteed to all nt New York prices,
our work does not como np to contract, v
maka no charge. With this nnderstandin?
our business men can have no excuse to sci
their job work North, when it can bo doi
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The following a
tho hours for opening and closing mails:
During the week from. .H}.2 A. M. to fi P. fl
On Sundays from..... .6 to 7 P. 1
CHARLESTON AM) WESTERN M A1 r.s.
Opens at_5 P. M. Closes at. .?}., P. 3
CHARLESTON NIGHT MAIL.
Opens r.t . .8>? A. M. Closes at. Ay. P. I
OREEN VILLE MAIL.
Opena at.. 5 P. M. Closes at.. ?3;P. 3
NORTH EUX MAIL.
Open.? at.. 2 P. M. Closes at. 12)? P. I
"No" is a hard word to utter. Tho li
don't pucker on it easily. It stumbles ?
the tongue. It don't jingle. When it
out it never goes into other poople's ca
pleasantly. Maybe it was a mistake to ha
ever invented it. Everybody is down on
aud the wonder in that it did not go up loi
MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.-At the annual
meeting of the Columbia Memorial Associa?
tion, the following ladies wore requested to
act as chairmen of the various committees
for tho decoration on the 10th of May
Baptist Church-yard-Mrs. Leapbart.
Washington Street-Mrs. B. C. Beck.
Presbyterian-Mrs. C. MeFie.
St. Peter's-Mrs. Lynch.
Hebrew Cemetery-Mrs. L. T. Levin.
For Elmwood Cemetery tho committee
will consist of tho following ladies:
Mrs. John T. Darby, Chairman; Miss
Martin, Miss Preston, Miss Jda Marshall,
Mrs. John Prcstou, jr., Mrs. A. L. Alexan?
der, Mrs. Wm. Wallace, Miss Hampton,
Miss McKenzie, Mrs. R. O'Neale, jr., Miss
McCullough, Mrs. Waties, Alisa Levy, Miss
Adger, Mrs. W. C. Swaffield, Mrs. .Tonn T.
Rhett, Miss Zimmerman. Mrs. Rend, Mrs.
John B. Palmer, Mrs. McCormick. Miss
May rant, Mrs. Simonton, Mrs. McMaster,
Miss Morris, Miss Wade.
A lot of cards and bill head paper has
just been received at the Phoenix office
something new and pretty. Also a lot of
"auction cards"-which will be printed nt
extraordinarily low prices.
A few copies of the "Sack and Destruc?
tion of Columbia" can be obtained at thc
I'lurnix office. Price twenty-five cents.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
is called to the following advertisements,
published for the first time this morning:
Change of Meeting B. R. B. Co.
J. k T. R. Agnew-Scythes and Cradles.
Wm. Shiver-Election Town Officers.
Jacob Levin-Auction Sale.
"Our doubts are traitors, and make us
lose tho good wc oft might win, by fearing
to attempt." Shakspeare, that great and
noble master in English literature, who held
tho mirror up to Nature
Reflects the wisdom we might use,
If ignorance blind, did not ubuse,
How oft do traitorous doubts arise,
To mar man's uoblest outerprise.
Tho good wo lose wo oft might win,
But for tho lurking fears therein;
Attempt the end, uud never stand to doubt,
Nothing so hard, but search will hud it out.
Heneo, let no doubts prevent you from
trying that inimitable medicine, 'HEINITSH'S
QUEEN'S DELIGHT;' loso not tho good yon
might secure, by fearing to attempt a cure
with Heiuitsh's QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
It has been well said, that the saddest of
words is contained iu these, "it might havo
been." For many with ruined constitutions
and blighted health, and wasted frames, and
sunken features, sieklied o'er with tho pole
and haggard cast of disease, look back with
regret at not trying Heiuitsh's QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT, and reflect how different it might
have been. M7
PLANTATION BITTERS combine rare meii
ciual virtues with a delicious uroraa, and a
flavor grateful to tho pilate. It ia purely
vegetable, aud in its composition all tho re?
quisites of science have bueu complied with.
lt is suitable for all ages and sexes. It is
gentle, stimulating aud soothing. All dys?
peptic disorders are cured by it, and it re?
pairs and restores nature's wasted powers.
PLANTATION BITTERS are increasing daily in
favor with all classes. It relieves suffering,
renders life a luxury, brightens tho present,
and throws a hopeful light on the future.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to tho best
imported Gurman Cologne, and sold at half
tho price. Ml Jlf3
I HAVE A TERRIBLE COUGH.-Yon need
not have it long; go to your Druggist and
get a bottle of DR. 'PUTT'S CELERRATED EX?
PECTORANT, it will soon cure you. It is
dangerous to neglect Coughs. This valua?
ble preparation may be found in every vil?
lage and hamlet in South and West Ml 6
Life Insurance Agents Wanted.
ENERGETIC business men wanted in evory
District in tho State of South Carolina, to act
as Agents for tho Lifo Association of America, tho
most successful Insurance Company in tho United
States. Homo omeo St. Louis, Mo. Organized
for tho express purpose of doing a Southern and
Western business. Offers low rates of prouhums
anil largo dividends. Loans tho money received
as premiums in the State under the management
of a Local Uoard, composed of tho following pro?
minent citizens of Charleston:
H. O. LorKit, Cashier National Rank.
W. GEO. Ginns, of W. O. Whildeu ?* Co.
E. E. JKNKINS, M. D.
Jons U. STEELE, North, Steele A Wordell.
0. IUVIN WALK KB. Walker, Evans A Co.
tl. \V. AiMAit, Druggist.
H. T. PEAKK, General Sup't S. C. R. R.
C. F. PANKNIN, Druggist.
JAKES li. BFBAB, Jeweller.
D. ll. SlLCOX.
Gentlemen wishing an Ag? ney will pleaso call
upon or address me at Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
May r> 2 E. R. 8IHJ.KY. State Manager.
5KEGS, 2 gallons each, Spanish Olives.
Olives stuffed with Anchovies, in bottles.
Plain "Queen" Olives, in bottlos. For sale, hy
May 5 GEORGE BYMMERfcf.
LADIES' STRAW HATS,
25, 40 and 50 cents each.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
LADIES' SILK COVERINGS.
v b AND
Spring Balmorals, at Cost.
C. F. JACKSON.