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BY JULIAN A. SELB?
The V?m or Human Wishes.?There
is no mere striking evidence of the
vanity of human ambition than in the
gropoaml to sell the honse of Mr. Jay
ooke in Pennsylvania, and the transfer
to a railroad company of the palace ol
the late Mr. LeGrand Lockwoou, of Con?
necticut. Ten years ago Mr. Cooke and
Mr. Lockvraod -were among the richest,
most enterprising and most celebrated
merchants , of this . country. Wealth
'rolled upon them in the fatness of a
spring tide. With wealth came the am?
bition to found a family and a home?an
ambition which, whatever we may think
of our democratic and liberal institu?
tions, seems to be an instinot of human
nature. ' Mr. Oaoke built his bouse at
Ogontz, which, from reports, cost hlhi
more thane $1,000,000. The auctioneer,
the other day, oouid ?nly obtain a bid of
435Q.000. Although the sale was Under
decree of bankruptcy, it was postponed.
Mr. LookwoodVpaJase at Norwolk cost
$1,250,000, and was recently offered for
salo at $110,000. This, the reporter in?
forms us, "is probably the finest private
dwelling in America, ? constructed of
solid blocks of granite, finished inside
with rosewood and mahogany and cedar
of Lebanon." Mr; Lockwood is dead,
and a railroad corporation possess his do?
main. Mr. Cooko is a bankrupt, and the
auctioneers are vainly asking the world
to buy for a song what cost him .a for?
tune. How true it is, as the wisest of
men once said, "All is vanity and vexa?
tion of spirit."
A few days .ago the United States
steam frigate California was sold at San
Francisco for $23,650. She was one of
the frauds built in 1866 and cost $1,500,
000, which was a $1,000,000 more than
she was worth. She was utterly unsea
worthy and was shelved St an early pe?
riod, presenting' a fair sample or the
wonderfully economical management of
our naval affairs. The San Francisco
Chronid*, referring to the California,
makes tbo following suggestive state?
ment: \Wrf- ?H
"The family of which she was a mem?
ber consisted of'eight sisters, all of
whieb have been of little account The
Java, New York, Pennsylvania and An
tietarn are all on the stocks since 1864,
and the Illinois disappeared very myste?
riously in 1873. The Ouerriere on her
first trip to the Mediterranean unfortu?
nately ran aground on the Italian coast,
was taken on, repaired at a cost of $100, -
000, and returned to New York, where
she was sold in December, 1872, for
$54,000. Her Original cost was $1,154,
325.10, and her age seven years. The
Delaware, after a trip to the East Indies,
has returned to New York unfit for any
future service. ? Thus it will be seen that
of the whole family only three have, for
n space of three years, done any sea ser?
vice, although $10,000,000 have been ex?
pended on these ships. The aggregate
tonnage of theee eight vessels was 19,020
tons, and intended to carry 126 guns."
ConxEcnoN.?The Philadelphia Press
says: "The officers of the United States
Centennial Commission desire to say that
on erroneous'report is in circulation
concerning the selection of orators, poets,
and marshals for the opening of the
international exhibition and centennial
celebration next year. No selection has
been made and no programme adopted.
A partial and imperfect plan was offered
at the meeting of the commission last
week, which was immediately recommit?
ted for revision. This action probably
gave rise to the report"
The towns of Osceola and Houtzdale,
in Pennsylvania, which have just been
destroyed by fire, were built of wood,
with millions of feet of cut lumber piled
all around and in them. Of course, no?
thing could be saved when such powder
magazines caught fire, and the destitu?
tion reported by talegmph is unboubted
ly a true statement It was fortunate,
however, for tho sufferers that the fire
occurred at the commencement of sum?
mer and not at the opening of the winter
Two Mrm Bcbved to Cixpew?.?A fire
occurred on the 29th ult, in a frame
house, No. 877 Seventh avenue, New
York, occupied as a stable by Bichard
White, John Dagget, and Henry Still,
who were asleep in an undertaker's
wagon, in the stable, when the fire start?
ed, and were burned to cinders. Every?
thing in the building was comsumed,
The fire extended to an adjoining build?
ing. Lofts about $6,000.
Mr. Wm. M. Blackmon, of Lancaster,
lost by fire .his wood and blacksmith
shops on last Wednesday morning. Loss
several hundred dollars.
For 25 Cent?,
PBftRY at 8LiAWSON*8
Election for City Physician.
Coismata, 8. C. May 27, 1875.
AN election tor CITY PHYSICIAN
will be held In the Council Cham?
ber,' on TUESDAY next, Jnne 1. Ap?
plications received at the Clerk's office.
May 29-3'; ' ? ?. City Olerfc. J,
For Sale, .
APAIR OF OBEY HORSES, small
etee,,-: i WeVK wall in double or
single harness and under saddle. Will
AHOUSE, corner of Assembly and
Majl,2^., . *' r. ? <t ?? ?: -rS' .
?Reading matter on every page.
'Let our Just Censures
COLUMBIA, S. C.f T?ESDA
Statement of Affairs
Sojal Canadian Insurance Company,
JANUARY 1, 1675.
United States Bonds, nnd
other securities, and cash
in hands of trustees.$412,877 33
I Montreal Harbor Bonds, (in
hands of- "Receiver-Gene?
ral,"-). 55,000 00
Montreal Warehouse Com
panv's Bonds. 27,197 87
Bank Stock. 304,400 56
Mortgages on Real Estate_ 22,000 00
City of Quebec Consolidated
Fund. 2,200 00
Bills Receivable for Marino
Premiums. 18,998 20
Agents' Balances in Course of
Transmission and Uncol
lected Premiums. 00.777 37
[ Sundry Accounts Due the
Company for Salvages and
Re-Insurance. 25,340 42
Cash on Hand and Deposit. 80,754 84
J All Outstanding Claims. $45,180 19
HAGOOD A TREUTLEN,
May 30 3 Agents, Columbia, S. C.
Pianos and Organs.
CASH PRICES! EASY TERMS!
From #25 to $100 can be saved
in the purchase of a Piano or Organ
under our new system of selling at
Cash Prices with Easy Terms for
payments. Pianos have never bciore
been sold on such favorable terms in
Fine Pianos at $275, $300, $325
and $350. fully guaranteed for five years.
Terms $50 cosh, and balance in six
months, or $100 cash, and balance in one
The Celebrated Mason &
Hamlin Organs are also sold upon
cosh payments $25 to $50, and balance in
six and twelve months.
Special Terms arranged to suit
convenience of all responsible parties.
Monthly or quarterly payments received
if preferred. Pianos and Organs for rent
and rent applied on purchase. A good
stool and cover goes with each piano sold
from our warcrooms. Send for our new
Reduced Time Price Lists and
see what real inducements we now offer.
L?DBEN A BATES,
Southern Music House, Savannah, On.
May 26 ||6f3
What You Need.
EXTRA MESS BEEF, 10 cents per
Fresh May BUTTER, direct from Mil
ford, N. Y., 3 pounds for $1.
CIGARS.?We ore closing out our stock
of Cigars, and offer the best FIVE CENT
Cigars in tho city, and only want a trial
to convince von."
May 16 'L?RICK A LOWRANCE
For 25 Cents,
PERRY & SLAWSON'S.
Every Day Something New.
CHOCOLATE and EXTRACT OF
MEAT, for Invalids, Adults end
EXTRACT OF REEF, with Wine and
Iron. A nutritive tonic?admirable for
Debility and Indigestion.
Elixir BARK AND IRON?Summer
;Tonic and Appetiser. For sale by
E. H. HEINIT8H,
' May 20f City Drug Store.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
rpiIE COUNTY AUDITOR S OFFICE
X will be open for receiving RETURNS
from JUNE 1 to JULY 20, 1875, instead
of from July 1 to August 20, as hereto?
The law requires the County Auditor
to assess all parties who fail to list their
personal property within the time above
noted, at the same valuation as of 1874,
and add a penalty of fifty per cent,
thereto; and all new buddings and
structures, not returned in 1874, must be
returned for tho fiscal yeur 1875, and in
default thereof a penalty of fifty per
cent will attach.
To facilitate the tax-payers in making
their returns for the fiscal year 1875,1
will attend in person at the following
Gadsden Precinct, June 17, 18 and 19.
Acton Precinct, June 21 and 22.
Davis' Precinct, June 24.
Garner's Precinct, June 28 and 29.
Comp Ground Precinct, July L
Killian's Precinct, July 5 and C.
-Hopkins' Precinct, July 8.
Trenholm's Precinct, July 10.
A. L. SOLOMON,'
May 28 lino County Auditor.
Attend Perry A Slawson's clearance
sales of cigars.
The symptoms of Liver Complaint"are
uneasiness and pain in the side Some?
times the pain is in the shoulder, and is
mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach
is affected with loss of appetite and sick?
ness, bowels in general costive, and
sometimes alternating with lax. The
head is troubled with pain, and dull, I
heavy sensation, considerable loss of
memory, accompanied with painful sen?
sation of having left undone something I
which ought to have been done. Often
complaining of weakness, debility and
low spirits. Sometimes many of tbei
above symptoms attend the disease, and
at other times, very few of them; but the I
Liver is generally the organ most in?
simmons' lTvEII ^regulator!
For all Diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen !
ri? evidently a Family Medicine, and by being kept ready fer im?
mediate resort, will save many an hour of buffering, and many a
dollar in time and doctors' bills.
After forty years' trial, it iB still receiving the most unqualified testi?
monials of its virtues from persons of tho highest character and re?
sponsibility. Eminent physicians commend it as the most
for Constipation, Headache, Pain in the Shoulder?, Dizziness, Pour
Stomach, had taste in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of tho
Heart, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, Despondency, Gloom and
forebodings of evil; all of which are the offspring of a diseased Liver.
If you feel Dull, Drowsy, Debilitated, have frequent headache,
Mouth tastes badly, poor Appetite and Tongue Coated, you are suffer?
ing from Torpid Liver, or "Bilioucness," and nothing will cure you bo
speedilv and permanently.
The Liver, the largest organ in the body*, is genendly the seat of the
disease, and if not Regulated in time, great suffering, wretchedness
and DEATH will ensue.
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all climates and changes of water and
? food may be faced without fear. As a remedy in MALARIOUS
FEVERS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE,
NAUSEA, tho Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medicine in the
"I have never seen or tried such a simple, efficacious, satisfactory
and pleasant remedy in my life."?H. ILuneb, St Louis, Mo.
"I occasionally use, when my condition requires it, Dr. Simmons'
Liver Regulator, with good effect"?Hon. Axex. H. Stevens.
"Your Regulator has been in uso in my family for some time, and I
am persuaded it is a valuable addition to the medical science."?Gov.
J. Gun Shobtzb, Alabama.
"I have used the Regulator in my family for the past seventeen
years. I can safely recommend it to the world as the best, medicine I.
nave ever used for that class of diseases it purports to cure."?H. F.
"Simmons' Liver Regulator has proved a good and efficacious medi?
cine."?C. A. Nutttno, President of City Bank.
"We have been acquainted with Dr. Simmons' Liver Medicine far
more than twenty years, and know it to be the best Liver Regulator
offered to the public."?M. R. Lros and H. L. Lyon, Druggists, Belie?
fern tain*, Ga.
IMTTIwTTwTOBargr LITER HJER^TJXiATOR.
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, JAUNDICE, BILIOUS AT
TACKS, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC, DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS,
SOUR STOMACH, HEART BURN, Ac., Ac.,
Zt XXCUBI No XDcsLtXAX.
Is a faultless Family Medicine,
Doss not disarrange the system,
Scare to curs if taken regularly,
no drastic violent medicine,
Does not interfere with business,
Is no intoxicating beverave,
Contains the simplest and best remedies.
CAUTION. -Buy no Powders or Propared SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, unless in our engraved wrapper, With-Trade Mark,
i Stamp and? Signets re unbroken. None other is genuine.
Jan 30 |w6mo J, H. TtlJTm & fjQ Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
Y MORNING JUNE 1 187.
Sale for Foreclosure of Mortgage.
SKIKKLS & EZKLL, Auct'ra.
1PURSUANT to authority on me con
. ferred by John L. Neagle, in and by
bis deed of mortgage, dated the 11 th day
of July, A. D. 1873, conveying to me as
trustee the property hereinafter described
4V... 41*.* nti.nAtdn fn ant.l .1 *w> .1 Av?.nuut>il
I wijl sell, at public sale, in front of the
Court House in Columbia, S. C, on
MONDAY, the 7th day of Jnne, 1875,
All and singular the BRIDGE of the
Columbia Bridge Company, situated and
being upon and across the Congaroe
River, opposite to the city of Columbia,
with its piers, abutments and all other
property, real or personal, belonging or
incident thereto, together with all and
Rigular the franchises, rights and privi?
leges of the said the Columbia Bridge
Company incident and appertaining to
the said bridge; and also four hundred
and ninety-four shares of the Capital
Stock of the said Columbia Bridge Com?
pany. Li. D. CHILDS, Trustee.
BY SELB ELS & EZELL, Auctioneers. I
ON MONDAY, the 7th day of June, I
1875, we will sell, in front of the
Court House, in the city of Columbia,
One CAST IRON FOUNTAIN and one
piece BRONZE STATUARY. Said arti?
cles can be seen on the premises of Mr.
F. N. Ehrlich, corner of Marion and
Laurel streets. May 25 tu2
Valuable City Property for Sale.
E>. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, A'rs.
Sale Under Forcer to Satisfy Mortgages.
BY virtue of the power of attorney of
John Fielding, empowering the
Cashier of the Citizens' Savings Bank, of
South Carolina, and his assigns, to sell
the premises hereinafter described, for
the purpose of satisfying certain mort
?ages of the said John Fielding to said
ank, or held by said bank, I will sell,
on the FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE NEXT,
at the usual hour, before the Court
House, in Columbia,
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF
LAND, with the Buildings thereon, situ?
ate and being in the' city of Columbia,
and County of Richland, butting and
bounding to the North on lot of McAl?
lister; to the East on lot of John P.
Southern; to the South on Plain street;
and to the West on lot formerly of Henry
Davis and of D. Epstin.
Teams or Sale?One-half cash; balance
on credit of one year, secured by bond
and mortgage of premises.
Trustee in Bankruptcy.
May 18_ _tu3 ml
Sale Under Power to Satisfy Mort?
D. C. PEIXOTTO &. SON, A'rs.
BY virtue of the power of attorney,
endorsed upon the mortgage of The*.
J. LaMotte, to the Citizens' Savings
Bank, of South Carolina, empowering
the undersigned to sell the premises
mortgaged, I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY IN JUNE NEXT, at the usual
hour, before tho Court Houso, ia Colum?
bia, the following described Lots of Lund,
all situate in the city of Columbia und
1. LOT OF LAND, containing threo
fonrths of an acre, bounded North by lot
formerly of J. L. Beard; on the East by
Barnweil street; on the South by lot of i
Barre; and West by lots of A. C. HaskeH
and Cooper. To be divided und sold in
two separate lots.
2. LOT OF LAND, containing one
acre: bounded North by lot of Augustus
Cooper; East by lot of A. Trneger; South
by Wheat street; and West by Assembly
street To bo divided and sold in two
separate lots of half an acre each. Terms
of sale cash. JOHN FISHER,
Trustee in Bankrnptcv.
May 18 tu3nil
Flour and Meal
AND MIXED FEED!
rlAR LOAD ORDERS filled on short,
notice. Address "CHARLOTTE
CITY MILLS." Charlotte, N. C.
R D. GRAHAM, Proprietor, j
Gao. C. Chambkhn, Superintendent.
Muy 19 _ lmoj
To all Parties whom it may <'oi,ctrH.
TIE copartnership heretofore existing
between J. N. Jones and C. C. Mont
?omery, under tho firm name of JONES
MONTGOMERY, has been dissolved
by the death of J. N. Jones. The busi?
ness will be wound up by C. C. Mont?
gomery, surviving partner, who hereby
requests all parties owing said firm to
come forward and make settlenient with
C. C. MONTGOMERY.
Mai 21, 1875._May 22 stu
fOF the LATEST STYLES;
also, Ladies' and Children's
SUITS of all sizes and qual?
ity, UNDERWEAR, COR?
SETS, HAIR and FANCY
GOODS. Just received, a
large assortment of Wenck's
_MRS. C. E. REED'S.
rpHE Mechanics' and Farmers' Build
JL ing and Loan Association, of Rich
land, is now receiving deposits of $1.00
and upwnHq, and allowing interest at
the rate of 0 per cent, per annum on all
amounts over $10.00, which remain 30
days or longer. Deposits received by
T. H. Gibbea, Treasurer, at the Central
National Bank, R. D. SENN, .
April 22 t_President
BYon can get all styles of job printing,
from a visiting card to a four-sheet post?
er ta the .Phoenix office. j
end the True Event."
The Charleston Hotel
_WILL not be closed this .Sum?
mer. All Guests patronizing us
during the Summer and Fall
months, and remaining a week
or more, will be allowed a reasonable
discount?except occupants of rooms on
the first or parlor Hoor.
Tho attention of the Country Mer?
chants is respectfully called to this no?
tice. May 28 Gmos
Spaxtanburg County, S. C.
THIS favorite resort
for health and pleasure
?will be open to visitors
?on Juno 1. The medici?
nal virtues of tho waters of Glenn
Springs need no other testimonial than
the wonderful nature of the cures effect?
ed by their use; and their merits as an
unfailing remedy in the cure of all forms
of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Disease of the
Liver and Kidneys, even in chronic
cases, aro long and favorably known to
Visitors reaching Glenn Springs by
the South Carolina, Greenville and Co?
lumbia, Spartanburg and Union Rail?
roads will receive tho benefit of Excur?
sion Tickets for the season. A daily
line of Coaches will connect with Trains
on Spartanburg and Union Railroad at
Rich s Hill, five miles distant, and at
Spartanburg, to convey passengers to the
Springs. Steps have been taken to se?
cure to tho Guests the benefits of a Daily
Mail and Telegraph.
Dr. O. B. MAYER, ranking amonc the
eminent physicians of the South, will be
in attendance to respond to the profes?
sional calls of the Guests of the house.
The Table will bo supplied with the
best the market can afford, Bathing
Rooms, Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys,
Croquet Grounds, Music on the Grounds
and in tho Ball Rooms. Terms mode?
rate. Apply to WM. GORMAN, Colum?
bia, S. C, or Glenn Springs, S. C.
May lfl linof WILLIAM GORMAN._
KiNARD A Wiley?To patrons in
arolina for their liberality: We\J
Indeed thank you for buying f~\
nr fine ready-made Clothing, \J
Neckwear, Under-wear, cheapest, T
argest stock ever in tho city, JLj
And wo believe best, for we sell TT
nion Adams' Black Silk Ties, U
Kassian Braces,Suspenders. ShirtsTl?"
ade specialty, good fit; guanmteeJJLL
Durability, elegance, comfort to T>
uyer. The Quaker City and _D
&Star Shirts are all the go, and T
n Silk, Linen.Gingham Umbrellas_L
We claim to sell at less profit agood A
rticlc than anyheusc in the tradexa.
In fine, ready-made Clothing, our Cl
tyle and price is unequaled. jo
_J ur stock can't be surpassed. \J
Elegance, style and fashion. Hats in -O
assimerc, Silk, Stnnv, Felt,Wool. \j
Youths" Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Caps, A
t No. 124 Main street. J\.
S P B I H 6
Now in s-torc, and to be Bold at low
B, & W, C, SWAFF1ELD,
?j Spring Clothing!
I Spring Clothing!
H Spring Clothing!
The Largest and Best Stoek]
Ever seen here,
AT D. EPSTIN'S,|
TJHDE& COLUMBIA HOTEL.
STYLES, New and Handsome!
FABRIC and DESIGN, Elegant!
BEST MAKE UP!
PRICES, Lower than ever!
Very full lines of Boys' and Youths'
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS sad
Call and examine at
April 4 Under Columbia Hotel.
GREATEST OF ALL MEPIC1HS8
IS HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
for purifying the Blood. For sale at
his Drug Store. April 16 t
LUHE XI?NUMBER. Gl.
C. F. JACKSON,
LUHE OF LOW Uli
WILL, SKLL CHEAP!
12? MAIN STREET._
New Fresh Goods
J. H. KINARD'S
LARGE assortment of rieb and beauti?
ful DRESS GOODS.
The styles and pattern* of PRINTS
are numberless in variety, and every de
Eartment of his large establishment has
een replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and aoconiniodat
The Millinery Department
Is superbly stocked.
_/T*>~Mr. Kinard invites a rail.
TO-DAY AND EVBEY DAY!
JONES, DAVIS & BBVEmfiBTS',
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
CHOICE DRESS GOODS at 25 cents
per yard. CASSLMERES, TWEEDS,
I JEANS and LINENS for Men and Boys'
1 wear. HAMBURG EDGINGS and IN
We make Black Silks a specialty.' Yon
can save TWENTY PER CENT, by pur?
chasing your Black Silks at this house.
Parasols of all shades' and styles opening .
this day, at very low prices.
Ladies', Gents' and Misses' fine SHOES. .
This department is managed by Mr. M.
[ A. SHELTON, and the stock is seoond to ?
none in the State.
Patent STEP LADDERS, all sizes, with ?
all the latest improvements attached;:
Berlin WOOL, Java CANVAS, Creohet.
and Knitting NEEDLES.
JONES, DAVIS ft BOUKNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver ft Co.
Attractions art? Multiplying
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
PIECES SUMMER SILKS, just
Ld*y received at
WM D. LOVE ft CO.'S.
100 pieces SUMMER DRESS GOODS,,
at 12], H?S, 20 and 25 cent*, nt
WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'S.
25 pieces Summer Poplins, at 50 cents:
a yard, at WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'8.
Black Grenadines, in ail qualities, at
WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'8.
Black Llama Lace Shawls and Sacks,,
at WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'S.
Ladies' Sun Umbrellas, Silk Ties and
Ribbons, at WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'S.
Gents' White Shirts and Furnishing
Goods, at low prices, at
WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'8.
You will find an extensive stock of
('arpets, Oil Cloths, Shades and Mat?
tings, at popular prices, at
WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'8.
The place to purchase your Domestics,
Prints, Cottonades, Jeans, Drillings and
Cassimeres, for the least money, is at
WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'S.
Every article in the Dry Goods line
needed* in any family can be purchased
at WM. D. LOVE ft CO.'S.
Fresh Goods are received daily at
WM. D. LOVE & CO.'S.
It will pay any one who needs any?
thing in our line to call often at the
Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment
of WM. D. liOVE & CO.,
Columbia, 8. C.
Samples sent gratuitously to all parts
of the country on application.
Wine List?May, 1876.
a? -^v.v THE "CITY hall GROj
xJSbF CERY STORE" offers, as be
?tfl BBtlow specified, the finest Wine
^"^?^**List ever published in Co- ?
CLARETS?St. Eatephe, St. Julian,
Marganx, Pontet Canst, in pints and
ft Preignac, Latour Blanch, Chatenn i
CHAMPAGNES?Pommery ft Greno's
Lee, decidedly the finest dry Wins im
Srted, Obaus ft DuohateTs "SiHery,"
He Blanche, Kelly Island, Ac.
SHERRIES AND PORTS?These of
fine quality, age and bouquet, full
stock, most carefully selected*:
My stock of French Brasses, Holland
Gin, California Wines and Brennten, Do?
mestic Whiskies, "Ms
"Finch," "Bomgarden,'1 and other favor?
ite brands, is always full up. I have
always endeavored to keep this branch ?
of my business supplied only with best
possible quality obtainable, and am fully
satisfied with the result
Any rare Wine or particular brand not
I here advertised, will be procured from
I first hands at very few days' notioe.
City Hall Grocer and Wine Merchant
May 20 J