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_ CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....DECEMT3ER 0, 1805.
Am -lion Sities Tlii* Dny.
McKay & fiMfuii.i. will ?=> !! at theirm_m rooms, Nea.
80 and H2 Hosel-stirc?. a largo and choice aasortincnt of
dry i;o?id'j,.cl?ti.i..i:. uotton?, worRnmles. 4c.
John H Blaus >' : Lli. will noli i-.ii V Rlldoi'borsi H M li.m,
at 11 o'clock, I? led?* damaged gunny nagging, und
aarernl celto of damaged bale rope.
JamKs w Brown .v '. " will naU s.1 tbeeorncr of Coon?
eg and Tradd-stiwdii, at 10 o'clock, juista and flooring
Wii.urn .'"< Bo? ?'ill II d ?bole hiI-'? ro'im-', at 10
o'clock, ?tosa* pah- English ale. Also, ??ne hundred and
sut-.- c?ales of Uarn-j nMtnrted earthenware a?i?l crockery.
Nathan /c Orxi>i_u?iiui will tfell at their atore, corner
of Meeting and Went north-streets, at n irrJock, India
rubber geodao? ertry description. Also, at ino'clork.
Arc work? and flre crackers, soap, ale, elaret, etipe and
Baueeir., steel peio?, porter, ebampaguc, woollen ?v.-ii
cc?if. wine?, segara, ?lelnlues, alpaca?, Jfee. Aleo, ?l J2
o'clock, leii^e ol t tor? No. '?.'? Klug-atroct.
Ubsbrs. If, U. Quisx A: lino, have ?<in>iilicd ?i.-; with
copies of tho New York Hirald, World, tftto* .and Tinn:r,
all of tlio 2d tuet.?luto LUinhorn Of Budget of Fun,
Comic Monthly, Yankee Notions, f'kunny JWOVf, and the
The Right Rev. P. N. Lynch rtacbed his homo here
a few days since. There? are none unioui; us .who era
more highly esteemed for every quality that constitute
the cultivated gentleman, elegant scholar, and truo
Christian. Ho is limn spoken of by a Now York paper:
Right Reverend Patrick N. Lynch, Bishop of Charles
ton, S. C. left hero a short timo Bin?e, with his Vicar
General, Uio Rev. D. T. Binninghani, for his dtoooau,
the calamities of which have kept htm absent from his
country for the last year. The high respect in which
Bishop Lynch has always been held by both Catholics
and rroteatantH, North and South, caused tito President
to permit his return as soon ?b the war was rnc?ed. Al
though belonging t?i the !>outh, his charity towurds
Union prisoners, black and white, ior whom he exhaust
ed his resources, und exposed his health in tho hospital?;
and prisons to succor, have Justly acquired for him the
gratitude of the North.
As will bo seen by a notice in another column, Bishop
Lynch will preach in St. Joseph"? Chinch. AiiHon-strcet,
The Conclut of this evening, na we should imagine
by the published programme, will bo one of tho most
dolightful things ofiho season, as WO 100 announced one
or two of those elegant airs we have hoard in former
days from tho accomplished Mr?;. U.m_i:y and the well
modulated voice of Mr. O'Neai.i:. As they aro to be an
aisled by several amatonta of acknowledged skill, we
may look to this us one of (he l:r:a exhibitions of (ni
ent that we have bad for a long lime; and we hope that
a crowdod room will reward the efforts of the accom
At Tim anniversary communication of Solomon's
Lodge, No. 1, A. F. M., of South Carolin... held Monday \
evening, 4th iiisl., tin-ioHowjng Brothers were elected
officers for the ensuing Masonic year:
Brother WILLIAM M. BIRD. W. M.
Brother WILLIAM J. MOWICK, S. W.
Brother WILLIAM A. BURKE, J. W.
Brother WlLLIAM A. WILSON, Secretary. i
Brother EBENE_ER TU_Y__t, Treasurer.
Urothcr JOHN MiLElSII, 8. D.
Brother E. J. W.U. PREEMAX, .T. D.
Brother THOMAS ALLAHON, Tiler.
Wr. rowan to-ilay the Proclamation of President
OonN?ON appointing to-morrow a day of thanksgiving.
Removal.?Thad. C. Jowitt has removed his printing
establishment to No. oil M? ?:tiiig-Mre>l, next to Mills
Wi_nrn k Son.?We would beg particular attention :
to the largo sale of crockery, which this firm will sell ,
to-day; also the fine als. which they will ?llRposc of.
Immunen Aannex.?Manara. H_anrt Goma & Co. are
the Agents of the National Marine nnd Fin; Insurance
Company of New Orleans, with a capital of BJJOS.OOO, und
are i?reparcd to take Marino, Fire nnd River risks, ou
favorable terms, us their advcrlirfcnieut will exhibit.
Nathan k OfTOUEMOO] will sell ?t auction to-day, in
addition to their large -ale?, a fine assortment of de
laines, poplins, alpacas, hoop skirts, tea., which ave valu- j
able, aud should attract attention.
Direct Importation.? Tbo attractive advertisement
of Messrs. John J. O'Nm.i. _ Sox Will bo reuil with j
pleasure by all commission's a id lovers of (he good things [
of this lifo. The brandy and whisky which they uiou- i
tion in their card, we will vouch cannot be surpassed in
the country, and we, therefore, wo'.ilel advise dCalCM to '
call on them at ouco, and supply themselves.
Hoijuay Hats.?Steele, Ihe Inelomilablc, gives us an
advertisement this morning, iu which he ibowa that he
is prepared to furnish hats for iiresonls to all ages nnel
.both sexes. As all of his publications are worth perusing,
und as this In to-days paper IntimatcH pretty strongly
that gifts should be modo at this reason, wo anticipate
many readers, who will be guided by his gentle advice,
and bring to his establishment r. largn business lor tin?
balance of the month. Tho "lint nail" is in King-street,
opposite Merchants' Hotel.
Dnv Goons.?Mr. William McCosib, at No. 237 King
sin et, between Market and Boaa?__ street, the old store
of Lambebt k Howell, offers an assorted stock of every
variety of foreign and domestic dry goods that cau bo
brought out, at reduced prices, and guarantees them to
be of tho best quality and descriptions. He also has on
hand a lot of excellent carpeting that run be purchased
at unusually low prices. A coll at his store is certainly
AOMCTJX.TOBAL Implement Warehouse.?Messrs.
Little k Marshall havo opened a splendid establish
ment at No. 173 Eist Ray, where all the new and u scful
implvuicnta of agriculture are to be found, as well as
seeds, Ac. A visit to fids store by those who "dig tho
soil," would be agreeable to all parties, we have 113
B?oar, Co?tee, BuTTEn, Luid, Ac.?Tbese aud aU
the various groceries cau be obtained iu large eniantltien,
and at reasonable ritos, by applying at tho store of W11.
zjaai Gurnev, No. 102 East Bay.
William Abhton.?We ire happy (o seo that this gen
tleman has resumed business, end wish him a renewal
of the excellent patronage he formerly enjoyed. His
watchmaker's establishment is at No. 405 King-street,
opposite Boras' Laue.
Life Inkorakce.?Mr. A. M. Lee, who has his office,
for the present, in Exchange-street, is tho agent of tho
American Mutual Life Insurance and Trust Company, of
Kew Haven, Conn. We refor to his advertisement as a
matter of interest to those who may desire to insuro
Baroathb ru Dnx Goons.? Urr?_HAnr>T A- Camfsen,
at the northeast comer of King and Market streets, offer
a most splendid assortment of all qualities of dry goods,
at very reasonable prices, and we think it proper at a
timo liko this, when money Is not over abundant, to call
the attention of shoppers to tho fact.
P. Conner k Co.?This mm, at No. 70 East Bay, havo
just receivod por steamor a fino supply of lard, butter,
candles, potatoes, Ac, u?.ch they offer ut low prices.
Toys.?For tha information of the "little ones," wo
beg a refcre-noe to the card of Mr. C. W. Weickin?, at
Ko. 46 Anson street, who has just received au assort
ment of those and other articles.
Si'Lv.KDtD Estate? tu LraskOBB-MT.?An advertise
ment will bo seen in oui columns of twofluo plantations
to loaso or rent?one an estate in Marlboro' District,
and the other in Orangcburg District. Both of these
are known to be as profitable as any in tho 8tato. either
for planting or pasture, _t;l .-.re well deserving tho atten
tion of persons desirous of possessing at?oh property for
a limited time. Tho owner of tboBO splendid tracts of
laud being a lady, aud, liko thousands of other South
erners, unable to conduct tho management of tho pro
perty with free labor, Is anxlouB to transfer it for a term
of years to eonao capitalist, aocusiorued to that system,
who will certainly realizo largo profits from H. A
careful reeling of th?> advert lee aunt 1a requested.
ProeneUIstga of Council,
The third regular meeting-of*the city CoubcU took
placo last night, at th?> City Ball. Our reporter furtluh
ed us with a rtdlaccount ?f the proceedings, but owjng
to the Isle hour tf adjournment, wo are unablo to give
inore than asynnruH in thin morning'? News.
The Mayor ?-?lied the Council to order. Present?
AlilCttOeti MatiSUAU-, ltiiowri. Whimh-.m, Emu.?. Hritift
UttTKH, Buri.EB. IBntooat, .Smacl, Cl-tt-OM, I'.xbton,
Oares, Byah, tlsnois and I'niMotJi.
j'be minutes of the previous meeting w? re read and
A coinmunSnatlon was road trom Ahlermsn J. 0. Mil
injit. imsgiifiur Ills oflli'i". in cons? queues oftnouneer
ini.-ity an to residence in the city. His resignation was
?i.vrpied. and B new election ordered iu Ward No. I.
Various applications were rend, and referred to the
The Mayor read a letter from Messrs. cathcart, Mc
Millan k Morion, proprietor i ?f tin? Charleston Daii.v
News, Inquiring ?i tlty Council, bowtthnd happened that
th?! city printing was given to the (Charleston Courier,
when the conductors <i' that, paper "md not handed in
their estimateand letter of application, on the day ad
vertised <>y the Clerk of Council, till after l P. M-, while
the proprietors of The Nkws had handed in their letter
at 11*? P. M.?1- M. being the timo, up to which the
Clerk had suited proposals would be received.
TltO Clerk of Council being called on, testified to the
correctness of 0? facts as stated in the letter mention
ed-, upon which, council referred the matter to the Com
nilttco on Contracts.
A-biU of the Charleston Oss Light Company a?.-oinst
thcirily for ?l'i'.), had been referred to his Honor tho
Mayor, by Oen. Bennett, who hail endorse?! on the pa
per that as long as the military authority lad eoUeefed
the tax?e, they paid for tlio lighting of the city, at tho
rate of 18*$ cents a night for each lamp, but that novv
the city should pay it. Referred to Committee on Ac
The bill to establish a Health Dupirtment was next in
order, and eomo up for a second raiding. Alderman
Brown objected to it on tho ground of economy, allcg
iug that there was no necessity for this matease of phy
sicians for thu poor; that the old Byslein hud worked
very well: Hint ho had heard no complaint, and that tho
city was too poor to engage iu ho expensive tin enter
prise at this time.
Alderman Honour objected that it was too complicated-,
and that tho City Registrar already performed the func
tions contemplated by this bill for the chief physician.
There was a long debate ?n this matter; and the hill,
after being variously modified, *-as passed and road a
third time. It provides lor the election Ol six physt
e.iaus for the, poor, who are to report to (ho City Regis
trar. The salary lo be six hundred ?tolla s per annum.
The bill lies over to the next meeting for ratification.
on motion to fleet s city Apothecary, Aldcrmau
Stelnnicyer moved an Ordinance that hereafter thero Jc
two City Apoiliccaric?.
Reports were now read from the FOVeval Commut?es.
Ablernten Wh?den, from Uto Committee on tho
l'ire Department, reported that- they bare not hud
time sufficient to give tho subject the consideration
accessary, and that tu" Commut?e respectfully bugs
for further Unio to prepare their report, in tho
mean time, however, he. recotiinte.ulc.d Council to
advise tho several tire companies without an apparatus
tt this time, to endeavor to supply themselves with
.team engines, an<l moved that City Council offer a ro
ivard of S?ot) to tho first volu iteer lire? company w ho
would supply themselves with ft steam englue; ??lid that
?n his recent visit to the North, ho had made inquiries
it Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, in reference
to this matter. Slenm engines were almost exclusively
lined in all the cities, aud answer? d very salUfaotorily,
nut that they cost no moro than the baud engines.
The report- was ordered to lie ovir till the next meet
TbO Conuiiitten ob Streets report that La.?t Uuy, from
Market-street to the Battery, and Brood-street, irom East
Hay to Meeting-street, rc?iuire paving at one?-; and they
would recommetid Council to advertise for esUniases as
lo the b"st modes of paving.
The Mayor stated tiat the city had n-> contract at
present with the Cas Company for lighting the ?itTcets;
and, OS hatl been state 1 at an earlier part of the meet
ing, the military authorities decline to pay for it any
longer, some plan must be adopted otonoe. I'pou con
sultation with tho President of tho Gas Company, ho
learned that 1227 lamps, is the complement of tho city;
the number of cornera between five and six hundred,
ind that these could be lighted at fifty per cent, advance
ju former rates, say at about ?-8.75 per annum for
Alderman Whlldcn moved that tho matter be icferred
to the Committee on Lighting the City, witli power to
ict from month to mouth till a perniiitient arrangement
Alderman Steinmeyer moved that all the resolutions,
passed by Council during the war, Increasing the sala
ry of city ofllccrs, lie herewith rescinded, and that all
salaries that may hereafter fall due be paid at what they
ivere previous to the war.
Alderman Oakes moved that the Clerk be instructed to
jive notice that Council, at their next meeting, would
BOet an Inspector of Flour.
Council next proceeded to elect the several Boards of
?ominiHsioucrs, as follows:
foHunissioncrs of Markets.?C. M. Furnia?, B. L.
Itoach, Saaiucl Hart, Hr., W. II. Oilliluiul, John S.
lUgg*, Wm. Lobby, GeorgeH. Iugrabuii). J.ihu Y. Stock,
f. W. Brown, Geosas Bowman, C. D. Forrar, J. V.
CbMIH?tttelWI of Orphan lions':?II. A. DnSaimanri?,
Dr. James Moullrie, W. C. Bee, Charles Macbeth, James
Hipper, .1. F. Schirmcr, W. H. Houston, W. H. GUli
and, John lit Honour, Heury Cobia, o. A. Trenbohn,
T. ir. Murrell.
Osmmtttfattr? a/ Peer.?Dr. J. L. Daw son, T. J. Bur
liot, Dr. H. C. Brown, T. D. EftSOU, Col E. H. T.o_ke,
Dr. H. W. DeKauss *re, Joseph A. Sauders, F. J. Polror,
lohn M. Greer, W. O. Gibbes, Jo*. Dawso?, Thomas
Commissioner* of Pilotage.?A. O. Andrews, Capt.
Ferguson, Daniel Lcsesii?), Thoa. B. Budd, James Wcls
man, James H. Taylor, Richard Caldwitll.
Supervisors High School_R. Ycadon, II. D. Lesesne,
Col. E. B. White, Hon. W. D. Porter, George 8. Bryan,
Row W. B. Yates, and Alder men Gerdt?, Marshall, Whil
don, Oakes, and Mayor ex ojficio.
(Election for Fircniastera postponed to next meeting of
Uotmt of Health.?Hon. P. C. Gaillard, Mayor; Alder
men Ravcncl, Ryan, Brown, Small, Oakes, Marshall,
Huston, Whlldcn. and City Registrar.
Trustees of Charleston College.?Aldermen Raven el,
Honour and Treuhohn.
On motion, the Council adjourned?after 10 P. M.
CoPAnTNTnsniP.?It affords us much pleasure to ob
servo that Messrs. Chah. T. Craici, John Tuomky, and
R. W. Lockwood, have entered into business together
for tho transacting of the ship chandlery and shipping
and commission business, at No. 48 East Bay, the store
formerly occupied by Nayloh <t 8mith. Theao gent?o
men are well known in tbo community as industrious
and energetic in any matter which they may undertake,
and xe, therefore, predict for them, in their present
avocation, a large aud prosperous business.
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The railroads of New England and tho Middle States
aro doing a good business, und tho traffic in freight and
passengers is so large as to caU for additional fucllitios
and new routes. The extension of the Harlem Railroad
northward from its present terminus at Chatham, N.
Y., to Benningb n, Vt., so as to connect with the West
ern Vermont road, at that point, and thus form a
straight Uue from New York to Montreal, Is a matter
settled upon botwoen the directors of tho Harlem and
Vermont roads. The estimated expenso is two millions,
one-half of which bos been subscribed, and as further
aid is promised by responsible parUes, the early com
pletion of the line is considered as certain.
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The surgeon having charge of the sanitary condition
of the frecdmen in North Carolina, under tho auspices
of the Frcedmen's Bureau, has forwarded to that de
partment n retrospective report of tho condition of tho
blacks in that State during tbo last three years. In the
large colonies ycUow fevor aud smallpox havo raged
with great fatality from timo to time. The mortality ut
Fort -Anderson, where is located one of tho largest frecd
men colonies in NorUi Carolina, is described us being
unprecedented this spring, during the prevalen ce of tho
yellow fever epidemic, over two thousand deaths occur
ring in less than two months. Tho condition of the
frcedmen 16 said to havo constantly improved this fall,
and the contagious diseases oro effectually checked.
In the controversy between Jciiou Bosti:ed and Gen.
Wood, In Alabama, it Is stated that the latter has been
sustained by the President.
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Tbo Honso of Commons, of Nortb Carolina, on tho
20th November, passed the ConsUtutlonal Amendment
abolishing slavery, by a vote of ninety-nine to four.
It Is thought the Senate will puss it also.
Phizes them Hioblt.?Mrs. 8. A. Aixkx'b World's
Hair Restorer and Zylobalsamum or Hair Dressing, are
prized highly by aU who u.e them.. Careful study and
experience has made them what they are acknowledged
in foreign countries as weU as at homo, tho only valua
ble preparation for restoring, invigorating, beautifying
and dressing tho hair. Thoso who uso them havo no
grey hair or bald spots. Every Druggist sells them. t3
3,000,000 fellow-beings annually sacrificed on tho altar
of Ignoranoo?*-_roe million? daily, hourly, momentarily,
suffering from diseased lunge, who, by the tt ncly use of
Msredeu'e Pectoral Balm, would enjoy perfect health.
De Laines, (toshmcrcs. Alpaca?, etc.
ItV NATHAN AMI (11 (?>l.i:\e.l I.
THIS DAY, at our Store, will bo sol?! ut 10 o'clock, to
;il) ptccca FIGURED AND PLAID DeLAINEH
10 pinc?e Lustre
15 pusuca Figured and ll'.ick Alpaca.
Pieces POPLIN, Cashmere, Rareges, Ac.
A few donen Uoop skirts. December r.
Indio,i Rubber (?owls nf every IfescrirHion,
Is Y NATHAN AM? OTTOItKNaVI.
TUIH DAY. the Cth instant, nt 11 oVocil, at our
KtiAio, BOUtbwcat corner of Meeting and Wontwortll
KtieetH, will b? Mold, without anv manner of reserve
The entire stock of INDIA KUBUKIl GOODS, contain?
od in a well couduclcd eabbUahmeut, having been rc
OOKBURIM IN TAUT OF :
RACK COATH, OFFI?KHN' COATS, TALMAS
Capes, with and without sleeves
Alpaca and Silk Coals, Durable, Poncho?
1'iinlH and Overalls
Wool Surface and Lustre Clothing
M3n'H, Boy's, Women's, Minne??' and Children's
Roots, HboeH and ?aiter? of every description
Enamel Carriage Cloth
Piano ami Table Covers
Elastic Bands, Elastic Itings
Rubbers, Pencils, Ponliuldors
Pipes, Pipe Bowls, Pipo Btoms
Segar Cases and Mutch Iloxcs
Gentlemen's Walking dues of all kinds.
BAN?A?HS, BREAST PUMPS, NIPPLES.
Bog Syringes, Teething Itings, Tumblers
Hair, Nail and Tooth Rrushcs
Balis, I/oIIr,, "pJJ H?neli. Toys, kc, Ac.
Dressing, Pvckct auel Fino Combs
Togethor with a lino assortment of PERFUMERIES,
SOARS, and every article for toilet ubo.
Lease of Slore No 298 Kinq-slreet.
BY NATHAN AND UTTliLENGVI.
Will bo soleL at our Bloro. THIS DAY, tho Cth
lust., at 12 o'clock,
The unoxpired LEASE ami good will, together with
fixtures and ?ill improvements recently inado, of STORE
No. 2l>8 King-street, second door north of Wcntworth,
east sido?lease having nine months to expire.
Christmas ! Christmas .'?Fireworks, Fire Crack
IIV NATHAN <v OTTOLEVGUI.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, tho Cth instant, at our
Store, southwest conic:' Mcetiug and Wcntworth
streets, at 10 o'clock,
A large and well selected invoice of tho tuovo ARTI
COVKIBTINO IN TAtt'l' OF '.
50 bo*cB FIRE CRACKEUS
20 boxes Torpedoes
1 gross Fancy Paper Lanterns
2C0 gross Firo work??, as follows:
?OMAN CANDLES?1, ?, 4. 0 and 8 Ball
RockctH, 2, :t, 4, 6 and 8 Hull
Berpcnts, Mino?:, Hoppers
Pin WheelH, l'ollors, Triangles
Comets, Flower Pots, Reng?las, fcc.
On Account of all Concerned-Soap, Ale, Carel, etc.
UV NATHAN AND OTTOLE.XGW,
THIS DAY, tho 6th Dccemli.r, at 10 o'clock, will
be Bold at our .Store, southtvent corner Meeting and
Wcnlwortb-S?NiCta, on account of all concerned,
IM BOXE-i .SOAP
11 bbls. Beotab Alo (stone jugs)
46 cases St. Julien Medoc Cluret
25 boxes .Vamily Soap. December 0
BY NATHAN AND OTTObBiVGUI.
THIS DAY, tho Oth instant, will bo Bold, at enir Store,
southwest cardar Meeting nnel Wentw?H'tli-strccts,
183 SETS CUPS AN? SAUCERS
C00 superior Steel Pens
C."> dozen Eouuet Frunies.
40 Copying Rooks. December G
Ale, Porter, Champagne.
BY NATHAN tb OTTOLENGUI.
THIS DAY, the 0th instant, at our Store, will be
sold, at in (?'clock,
100 DOZEN ALLSOI"8 PALE ALE
000 dozen K. B. Hyass' Luodon Fortcr, eits. and pints
20 dozen Hcldsiock Champagne, genuino
10 nasos Puro OhioBpiirkling Culawbu
60 ca?cs Oatawba Brandy. December 6
Heavy Woollen Sack Coats.
BY NATHAN ?Si OTTOLKNtiUI.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, the 6th iustant, at our
Store, at 10 o'clock,
80 DOZEN HEAVY WOOLLEN SACK COATS
40 paira Men's Fino Calf Hoots
45 pnir.j Farmers' Calf Roots
:iti pairs Womeu's Bootees
100 paU-B Children's Rootccs. December 6
Choice Wines, Skgar*. &c, <f?\
BY NATHAN ANDOTTOLESGUL
THIS DAY, tho Cth instant, at 10 o'clock, wlU be sold, at
?1.000 SUGARS, CHOICE BRANDS
10 coses Angelica ami Muscatel Wine
4 chests Oolong Tea
25 mats Cae?ia
10 boxea Family Soap
6 coils StOftm Pa?>king
8 kegs Ship's Spikes. December C
Various Chana s for Investment.
BY TlIURIIKIt, HO ULK Si CO.,
No. -tr State street, up stairs.
For Sale, at prices from $500 ta $250,000?
FACTORY and MILLS near Columbia
HOUSES and LOTS in Cli&rleston, Mount Pleasant,
Graham ville, Manning and Grceuwood
FARMS near Charleston, In Abbovlllo District, in North
COTTON PLANTATIONS iu AbbeviUe, Beaufort,
Charleston, Clarendon, Colleton, Darlington, Fairlield,
Lauren?, Marlboro* and Orangaburg Districts, on Wod
inalaw and Edisto Islands, 8. C, in North Carolina,
Georgia aud Mississippi
RICE PLANTATIONS on the ?roast
MINING LANDS In North Carolina
LIVE-OAK TIMBER at Bull's Bay.
For Lease or Rent?
FARMS near Columbia, and in North Carolina
COTTON PLANTATIONS?inland ;8EA ISLAND COT
TON PLANTATIONS?to lease for from $2 to $8 per
aero, or for shares of the crop only.
MONEY WANTED, in sums from $500 to $20,000, on
good Real Estate security, or asadvances to experienced
planters on their crops. 5 December 6
A Fine CJiance for Investment or Speculation, etc?.
BY BOWERS AND SH.tOX.
Will be sold, at Private Sals, a number of FARMS,
PLANTATIONS, HOUSES AND LOTS :
FOUR SMALL FARMS, within twelve miles of tho
THREE LARGE TRACTS, twenly-slx, twenty-eight,
aud thirty-six miles from the City.
FIVE HOU8ES AND LOTS in the Upper Wards.
SIXTY THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND in South
SIX THOUSAND ACRES, in one body, near Augusta,
with fine RESIDENCE ou It.
ONE HUNDRED LOTS, for ainaU farms of Forly Acres
each, in tho gold region of Georgia.
SEVERAL BUILDING LOTS In tbo Upper Wards.
Apply aa above, at No. 240 KING-STREET.
Four Acres of Land, with confortable Dwelling
House and Store attached, in the Village of Pine
viUc, S. C.
At Private Sale?
Tbo LOT contains four acres of land, three of which
ore well wooded ; flno Orchard, with a choice variety of
Fruit Trees, yielding abundantly; Vegetable Garden,
aud well of excellent water. Ou tbo premises is a com
fortable Dwelling House, with Storo attached within;
nicely shelved and plastered. The stand for business
is an excellent one, and being the oiiiy store at present in
the tillage, commands special advantages and lucrativo
opportunities. Society is select, and the Northeastern
Railroad runs within oasy access. Capitalists or mer
cantile, men making investments, or seeking profitable,
location at a flrst-rato buslnoss stand, will lind their In
terests promoted aud moot with a bargain, by early ap
plication at the office of tho undersigned. Delivery aud
possession giveu immediately. Property unencumber
ed. Terms favorable. Apply at No. 49 Broad-street
(up h fairs). TltOS. FAHR CAPERS,
Land Agent, Auctioneer and General Com. Merchant.
WANTED, $7000 TO START MY SEA ISLAND
PLANTATION, on Edisto Island, forty-hvo miles
below Charleston. S. O. ; water communication always to
bo had. Tho subscriber, a planter for eighteen years
aud always his owu manager, proposes to plant Cotton,
to work thirty hands and ten mules, and to divido tho
not proceeds, after deducting expenses, with any ono
who will advance tho above amount, or cv sum sufficient
to work said place. Address
EDWARD M. BAYNARD, Borzelia, Ga.,
Until 24th December, 1865.
Refers to JOHN BONES and lion. E 8TARNE?, Au
gusta: Messrs. O'HEAB. ROPER k 8TONEY, Hon. WM.
WHALEY, Charlottoo, S. C. lmo? December 5
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE FORMED A CO
PARTNERSHIP for the transaction of a OENE
RAL COMMIB8ION BUSINESS in tho City of New
York, under tho arm of J. U. SHOWER & CO., and are
prepared to afford fair facilities ou consignments.
JOHN H. BR0WER.
WILLIAM H, SELLER?.
New Yei k, October 2,16?. Omos October 9
flass' Enijtish l'aie lie
MY V. I1.?VIR AM? SOX.
I His day. c.th Instant, at our Holes-rooms, corner of
State and Chalmers streets, at half-nast 1? o'clock will
be kphl, '
:m Lois., quarts and pints, ii.vss" KNCLisii PALE
all*? imported direct iro u brewery, : er Khiu ,\ . olla '
Coi.iiithiini ?:3Hh. Dee?nib-:-<;
Catalogue ate. of Ourgnat Skips Fiitr?iicc ?ftiit.
mau und Amilia, direct <hu?i the I'otter?es in
MY WILBUR ?t stiiV.
riUH DAY, the 'Jtii ins:.. ;.t oar MakHMUoms, corner
hut?? and Chalmers ?tiret*, it half-post lu oVloek.
will be Mild,
THE UABQOK8 OP 8111 PS FT.ORENCKCHIPMAN AND
AMELIA, by Catalogue, viz :
72 dozen l'l.vn.s. ?? soups, blue edged, twiners
40 dozen Platea, sunns, blue edged
100 down Plates. 7. blue edited, niiillins
100 citizen Plates, ,'; soups, 2U-B. 400, 40-7, blue edged
100 dozen Ilotes, .'? soups, '-'<> ."?. to-*, 10-7, blue edged
l? dosen Dishes, :; '.?, 3 io, 6-12, 3-13
13 dozen Dishes, 4-o, 4-io, 411, 1-12. bakers
hi donen Dishes, 20-7, 20-9, 11-8 n-io
100 dozen Platea, 7 G C, niiilllns
40 dozen plates, soup?, C C
Ti dozen plates, Hats. C C, twitters
72 d .sen Plates, IIiUh, C c, twiners
15 dozen Dislies, i-9,2l:-io,1.(?-11.3-11 lii-M aii-M
10.4 dozen Howl?, 4-1U, 3-11, 2-?2. 1-13, ?J-H, bakers
CO pairs Uwers and Rasins, 12-0, 48-? '
10 dosen bandied Tea Cups and Saucers, funev
120 Chambers, .0-4. 40-0, 40-9, 20-12, C C
6 doaon Howls 30, 3(1, globe dipped
120 Chamber?, W-4, 40-6, 401), 20-12, C C
6 dozen Howls. 30, ?Id, globe clipped
120 Chambers, 20-4, 40-(i, 40-9, 20-12, C C
G dozen Howls, 30, 30, globe dipped
120 Chambers, 20-1, 40-0, 40-0, 20-12, C C
? dozen Howls, 30, 3G, globe clipped
30 dozen Howls, 13 lobe, C C
30 dozen Howls, M globe, C C
3d dozen Howls, 30 globe. C C
?0 dozen Tall Mug*. 3-f!, 12-12, 9-18. 9-24
60 Tea Pots, 28-21, 32-30, round C C
22 Sugars, 30, G C
07 Tea Hots, 18-18, 0-21, 27-30. C-30
20 Covered Milk Jugs, 12-21,8-30
12 Huttcr Tubs, 30
30 dozen Howls, 15-21, 15-30, dipped
30 dozen Howl.-., 42, dipped
30 dozen HowIb. 42, dipped
14 !? dozen Low Mugs, 4. ft, 9, 19, 21
il dosen Ta-1 Mugs, (i, 9, 1H ?
20 dozeu Chambers, mm, 10-ii, ll-.it rims
:) dozi n Howls, 21, 2i
"li dozen Barrel Jugs, t?, ?lipped
liji dosen Cono Jugs, oj?, 1-21, 1-30
10 dosen Handled Tea Cups and Saucers, fancy
52 dozen Pistes, simps, 7-1, IM, 13-t?, 13-7, 0-8, ftwey
33 dozen Plates, gats, 3-1, 7-5, 6-1!, 20-7, 2-8, ntney
10 doren Matul Bobine, .1-4, ?'-o, 4-9, blue, fancy
13 dozen Hand Basins, 3-0, io-:>, fancy sponged
60 doz-n HaiDlled 'lea Cups anil rjauers, pink, pur
ple and blue, lolicy sponged
10 dozen Handled Tea Cups and Sau;ci!', pink, pur
ple ami blue, fancy sponged
34 dozen liauciled Tea Cups and Saucers, fancy
30 dosen Handled Tea Cups and Saucers, Hue blue,
10 dozen Handled Tea Cups and Saucers, line green,
24 dozen Chambers, 15-6, 0-9. fancy painted
8 do/en Bowls. 43, laiicy painted
20 dozen Chambers, 10-1;, 4-9, fancy sponged
7 dosen Howls, 6-30, g-38, fancy nponged
20 dozen Chambers. ltj-6. 4-9. fancy sponged
7 dozen Bowls, 6-30, 2-30, fancy sponged
30 dozen Plates, tints, bine rose
10 dozen Plates, llats, fancy sponged
72 ?lozen Plates. Uats, fancy sponged, twiflers
72 dosen Hates, llats, fancy sponged, twi?ora
72 dozen Plates, !j soups, fancy sponged, twlflcrs
72 dozen Plates. .'- soups, limey sponged, twlflcrs
20 dozen Howls. 5-10, B&-11, G-12, 3,^-14, gat
30 dozen Bowls, 16-30, 15-42, globe, fancy painted
30 dozen Bowls, 16-30, 16-42, globe, fancy painted
30 dasenaBowto. 16-30, 15-42, globe, fancy painted
38 dozen Howls. 10-9. 1-12, 3-18, 9-24, 9-42, piuk BWat
30 doun Howls, 15-30, 15-36, fancy sponged
40 dozen Handled Irish Cups arid .Saucers, painted
CG dozen Handle?! Ten CupH and Saucers, painted
66 dozen Handled Tea Cups and Saucers, painted
28 dozen Handled Tea Cups and Saucers, une blue,
22 dozen Handled Tea Cups and Saucers, fancy
97J? dozen Tall Mugs, 6-9, 11-12, 9,l-'-18, 2-24, fancy
33 i-irs Ewersand Basins, 15-6,18-9, fancy sponged
17 pairs Ewers and Basins, 4-4, 13-0
64 biahes, 22-10, 18-12, 9-14. 8-10, 7-18, och. fancy
8 Gravy Dishes, 18, fancy sponged
6 Dishes, 5-9, 1-11, fancy sponged, bakers
d Drainers, Id
22 Covered Dishes, 10, oblong
ti Salad Dishes
26 Sauce Tureens, complete
30 dozeu Plates, 7-0, 14-8, 9-10
7 dozen 1'lat.iH, 10, soups
25 Toilet Sets, (' red streaks, fancy sponged
24 Toilet Sets, 6 blue panel?each of tho above Seis
consists of 1 Ewe-r and Basin, 2 Chambers, 1 Soap
and 1 Brush Stand
30 dozen Bowls, 6 15. 3-9,12-12, 10-24, cabio dipped
30 dozen Bowls, 15-24, 10-30, 5-3G, cable dipped
30 dozen Bowls, 15-24, 10-30, 5-30, cabio dipped
30 dozen Howls. 20-30. 10-36, dipped
30 dozen Bowls, 20-30, 10-36, dipped
30 dozen Howls, 6-18, 3-24, 11-30, 10-36, dipped
30 dozen Bowls, 10-12, 20-18, fancy sponged
30 dozen Bowls, 30, fancy sponged
30 dozen Bowls, 30, fsucy sponged
40 dozen Plates, \? soups, C C
100 dozen Pistes. 7, soaps, C O, muflins
19 dozen Dishes, 1-10, 11-11, 7-12, green edge
G dozen Dishes, 3-10, 2-11, 1-12, green edge, bakers
22 dozen Plates, 2-8, soups, twiners
110 dozen Plates, 60-5, 20-0, 80-7, bluo edge, muffins
40 dozen Soup Tureens, 12-8, 10-9, 9-10, 9-11, blue
12 Salad Dishes, C-ll, 6-12
20 dozen Chambers, 4-4, 10-G, 0-0, C C
6 dozen Bowls, 36, globe, C C
70 dozen PlateB, 8-5, 12-G, 20-7, 30-8. 5-10, blue edge
70 dozen Plates, 9-5, 12-G, 20-7, 30-8, 6-10, blue edge
7G dozen Plates, 9-5, 12-6, 20-7. 30-8, 5-10, bluo edge
7G dozen Plates, 9-5, 12-0, 20-7, 30-8, 5-10, bluo edge
72 dozen Plates, printed Columbia, twiners
38 dozen Plates, twiflers
'M dozen Plates, 8-6, 30-7, muffins
23'i dozen Dishes, 12>?-tf, 14-9, 6-10, 4-11. G-12, 1-14,
1-16, white granite
0 ' ? dozen Dishes, 2-10, 3-11, 2-12, 2>a'-13 baker?, w. die
61 dozen Plates, 7-5, 8-0, 10-7, 20-8, 10-10, whito
30 dozen Bowls, 36, globe, C O
28 dozen Bowls, 10-24, 13-30, 6-36, globe dipped
26 dozen Bowls, 30, globe dipped
20 dozen Bowls, 24-30, 2-36, globo dipped
40 dozen Bowls, 9-30, 8-36, 23-42, Grecian
32 dozou Bowls, 3-0, 4-9, 8-12, 4-18, 13-24
22 dozen Chambers, flat rim, Grecian
8 dozen Bowls, 43
40 dozen Plates, soups, French, fancy painted
40 dozen Plates, yt soupb, French, fancy painted
72 dozen Piatcs, ,'? soups, fancy painted, twiflers
72 dozen riates, ? soupB, fancy painted, twiflers
72 dozen Plate?, 2.3, soups, fancy painted, twiflers
72 dozen Plates, 2-3, soups, faucy pointed, twiflers
72 dozen Plates, y, soups, improved, gay pointed,
72 dozen Plates, >i, soups, improved, gay pointed,
72 dozon notes, 2-3, soups, improved, gay painted,
100 dozen Plates, 50-6,60-7, flat, French, gay pa'.ntcd,
30 dozen Bowls, 10-24, 10-30, 10-36, Grecian dipped
30 dozen Bowls, 10-24, 10-30, 10-36, Grecian dipped.
20 dozen Bowls, 10-24, 10-30, 103G, Grecian dipped
30 dozen Bowls, 10-24, 10-30, 10-30, Grecian dipped
30 dozen Howls, 30, Grecian dipped
30 dozen Bo vis, 30, Grecian dlppod
30 dozen Bowls, 30, Grecian dipped
24 dozon Bowls, 24, globo coble, dipped
22 dozen Bowls, 10-42, 12-43, globo coble, dipped
10 dozen Bowls, 30. Grecian
72 dozen Plates, 1-3, soups, Paris, O C, twiflers
72 dozen Plates, 1-3, soups, Paris, C O, twiflers
72 dozen Plates, flat, improved, C C, twiflers
411 dozen Plates, soups, French, O C
40 dozen PlateB, soups, Freno 1, C C
40 dozeu Pistes, ??, sours, Fronch
100 dozon Platea, \'t, sinpa, muflins
100 dozen Plates, y, soups, muflins
100 dozen Plates, y, soups, muffins
100 dozou Plates, >?, soups, muflins
100 dozon Plates, y, soups, mufflns
72 dozen Plates, y, sonps, improved, twiners
72 dozon Plates, flat, improved, twiflers
100 dozen Plates, 7 1-2, sonps, bluo edged, muffins
100 dozon Plates, 7 1-2, soups, blue edged, muffins
100 dozon Plates, 7 1-2, soups, bine edged, muffins
100 dozon Plates, 7, soups, blue edged, mufflns
130 dozen Plates, 7P-">, i;u-o, blue edged, muffins
72 dozen Plates, y, soups, blue edged, twiflers
72 dozen Plates, y, soups, bluo edged, twiflers
72 dozen Plates, y, noups, bluo edged, twiflers
72 dozon Plates, )J, soups, bluo edged, twill er s
40 dozen Supper Plates, flats, bluo edged
40 dozen Snnnor Plates, flats, blue edged
40 dozen Plores, ?J, soaps, blue edged
40 dozen*Plotes, ?', soups, blue edged
40 dozon Bowls, 9,12, Grecian dipped
40 dozen Bowls, 9, 12, Grecian dlppod
30 dozen Bawls, 4-1?, 13>;-34, B&-00, 4-36, giobc,
30 dozon Howl?, 6-1?, 3-24, U-30, 7-30, globe, fancy
U doze? Powls, (-12, 9-ia, 421, 730! 8-:u; . ?<._,
tancy painted ' "
30 down it.iwN. a>iK, ft-21, ?5:10, 4-:i6. Ml _-__
gloi.e. foney painted
20 ilo_?n Dowl?, i.;!i, i-:!??. 5-:m, 13-42, globe, uui??
29 doz.'ii Howls. \S!r:t, ?;,'.:(?;, >.-.;, globe, fa?*??
painted 0 ? r
?II ?I v:?"l Row!,. |'.:t,-. ?j.rj| U4H _!flte ?^
3d do/? 11 I to win, .""! 1 , .: IS, ; !.,!,,., rtincj )i.it:ir?it
30 il"/?.|i RowIh, Is, Ore? i in, tauey painted
:i<i dozen B???vls, is. Greelnu, Fumy ?miiilcd
?111 d<./.'?i Howls, is. Hrrclan, fancy painted
?Ht dozen ttewls, 111, Grecian, fancy painted
:> ?lozi-ii Ituwt>, 12, ((lube, ftumy painted
r-o ?lozen llandlinl London TeitUupunud H ?.untre,
Paris blue spoil,:??!
2? dozen Tot let -. *, ?1, ,-,.,1 Kneel, fancy painted
y ?! :'.. n Toilet Si 'a, (',, nil sheet, laury p BlntMl
?Such of (lie hIh?vc Kcts conaists of l Bwct and
n?sln, ? Chambers, 1 Koap and 1 Brueh
lb pair;; Ewers and Basins, (!, V, common, fr.
-, ""' ' m """? "* ' '. li?t, i-e>, ??, rim, inncy tiDwtcci
so dowm Disnea, lo?,, 12.7, its, 11-??, c-io. t.ex?tUc\.
C 0, Napier
20 dozen Chambers. ?1, Hat rim. C C
(> ?In/eil Cana, ?M, fancy paiuted
? dozen Cans, ?N, fancy painted
20 dozen Chambers, 0, Hat ritn, G C
7 dozeu Dowls, 30, Grecian dipped
20 dozen Chambers, 0, flat rim, C C
20 dozen Chambers, 4, 9, 12, dot rito-. O C
8 dusea Bowls, :i0, Grecian dipped
35 Soup Turcons, 13-9, 10-10,'12-11, blue aoet grew
22 soup Tureens, 8-8. 8-10, 0-11
3ti dozen Howls, 2-4.1-0. 13-9, 20-12, globe, Ac, C C
:10 dozen Howls, 10-24, 10-30. 10-*!, globo, ?v. c, CC
30 dozen Tall Mugs, f.-ti, l.'PJ, 12--2, 4-21, .'10 . ,'tC
30 dozen Tall Mope. r>-0, 18.0, 12-12, 4 21, 30. ?iC
30 dozen Bowls, 30, Grecian dipped
Damaged (funny Bagging, cm ofCOiuK of Cdaier
icriltrs and oil concerned,
BY JOHN *. RIGG8 Si CO. ?
THIS DAY, the ?;th iunt., at 11 o'cl'-jk, on Vanefcp.
Uorat'a Wharf, will bo soul,
Fifteen bales DAMAGED GUNNY LAGGING.
? coils DAMAGED BALE ROvB.
Condltiona cash on delivery December s
Joists und Ftmn-'htg Hoards.
JAMES XV. IlKowv AN? CO.
Will sell, THIS D\Y, ??th inst., ut th? comer of Coon- .
. il and Tridd-KtreetK, at 10 o'clock,
About soon reel of JOISTS AND flooring HOARDS
of tin; following dimensions: ;ixI0, 3x11,3x13--boardn
one Inch thick. Docetnbtr I.
Continuation Sale of Dru Couds, Notions, ?_c.
BY MeKAY ANt? CANPHELL.
THIS DAY, llie till Instant, at 10 o'clock, will bo hoI.l
in our Kales ROOMS, Nos. HO and ?2 Haaol street,
DREss GOODS, PRINTS, Meriiioes, Berthas, White and
Brown Canton Flannols
Cassimerrs, Satinet*, Wool and Cotton Undershirts anel
Eelnap Shirts, Wool Half Bom, Black Alpaca
Linen hlurt Bosoms, Brache and ail-Wool Shawls
Red Planne] Shirts, Hair llrushes, Wallets, Mcmoran
Hoop Skirts, .Soap?, Perfumery, Coinba, Jewelry.
A line of CLOTHING, viz: ICO pair assorted TANT?n
Velvet and Cassiinoro Vests, (?nata, <vc.
Coitilllious cash. December G
Millinen/ Manliltas and Ladies' IhUs-.
JIcKAY et CAMPBELL.
Will sell THIS DAY, Cth instant, at 10 o'clock, at their
Balea Rooms, No?. 80 and 82 Hasel-strcct,
25 cartoons and cases Ladies' Wool, Felt, Beaver, Volvot
and Silk, Dertiy, Magenta and Ascot HATS
A magnificent line ?Ladies' MANTILLAS, in Black
andCoIoreelCtothR; Mantilla and Hat Ornaments,
Flowers, Feathers, Ac.
Conditions cash. D<>ccmbcr *
Superior Work Mule.
JlfKVV &. CAMPBELL
WU1 8cU THIS DAY, fdh inat., at 10 o'clock, in fre.ni
of our Stores, Nos. 80 and 82 Hasel-street.
One Superior WORK MULE.
Conditions ensh. December f>
House and Jxjt, on account e?ncj" risk of former pur
chaser, he not having complied with terms of
BV MeKAY AND CAMPBELL.
On FRIDAY next, December 8. will be sold, r.t cna>
Stores, Nos. 80 and 82 Uusel-strect, at IB o'clock.
AB that LOT OF LAND, w.th tho two story WOODEN
HOUSE therenn, situated in Aiken-atrect, auel known as
No. 7. Tbo Houso contain? 4 rooms. On the premise?,
is a good well of water and necessary outbuildings;
lot measures 30 feet frmt, by 100 fee,t in dep th, more
Conditions?One-fourth rash; balance in ono and two
years, secured by bond aud mortgage of tho premises
the buildingB to bo insured and the policy assigned:
Purchaser to pay us for necessary papers.
A Small Sloop, with Sails and Rigging,
BY BOWEItS AND SILCOX.
WU1 bo sold, on SATURDAY, the 9th Inst., at 11 o 'clocx.
at tho foot of Laurens-stroct,
A SMALL SLOOP, suitable for a wood or oystn r boaS.v
with good Sails and Rigging?about four tons hurtbi'Jt,
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay B. k 8. for neccm
sary papers. * December S
Eslate Sale of Valuable Heal Estate on WentwortW
street, by order of the Executor.
BY B. McCALL.
On TUESDAY, tho 12th ?lay of Doccmber, 1869, at U
o'clock. North of the hKCbonge, Broad-strest, will '
positively be iold at PubUc Outcry, for eUvislou among
All that valuable and eligibly situate LOT OF LA?E.
and substantial two story BRICK WAREHOUSE t_*roc_v
known as No. 45, on the south side of Wcntworth e treetV.
and formerly occupied ami used by Mr. R. W. Gale as ?
Carriage Repository, measuring and containing in frccalv
on Wentworth-strcet, 49 feet 6 Inches, and 130 feet ixr
depth, moro or less.
ALL THAT OTHER VALUABLE AND ELIGIRLA
situate LOT OF LAND and two story BRICK WARE
HOUSE thereon, known as No. 48, on the north sidt? t*
Wentworth-strcot, and opposite tho above, formar? ?
cuplcd and used by R. W. Gale as a Carriage Repcsltrery,
measuring and containing In front, on Wentworta-str?-*?
32 feet, and 102 feet in depth, more or less. Tbo bu_t?
ings and additions covering tho entire Lot The wJbvwn
affords an opportunity of securing prominent and well
known business stands. Sale positive. Co_dftie_a
niode known in futuro advertisements.
BV A. II. ABRAHAMS AND SONS'.
On FRLDAY next, the 8th inst, at 11 o'clock, w_i be
sold, inBide our Store, corner, of Vendue Range and
An assortment of DRY GOOD8, vte: CALICOES, De
laines, Shirtings, Flannels, Merinos, Jeana, Sattnietaw
Black Cloaks, Silks, Blankets, Ac, Ac, damaged on boaaet
tbo schooner Bmjrk, from Baltimore bound to tbfc?
Port- -. _
302 Boxes Tobacco at Auction.
BY LAUREY <b ALEXANDER.
On TUESDAY, tho 12th inst, wUI bo sold, In oar Salsa
Rooms, Nos. 140 and 142 Meeting street, at 10 o'clock,
302 boxes manufactured TOBACCO, in flue ordeav
and free of duty.
OS? The Savannah Herald and Republican wuT plcaaw
copy, and send bule as aboye. December?
g_r A CROWN OF GLORY.? EVERY MAN? WOtttA*
AND CHILD WHO HAS USED
Is wlUiug to rccommond it Throe years of rapldlj _a
creaalng salo have niado tho AMBROSIA faraoue aD ovar .
IT 18 WARItANTED TO PLJEASE.
It Cures Itching of the Head.
It Makes Now Hair Grow on Bald Heada
It Prevents the Hair from Falling Out
It Renders the Hair Soft and Glossy.
Cleanses tho Scalp. Cools tho Heated Brow. K?x*?T_e> -
Dandruff. Cures Nervous Headache. Ourea Baktaeas
Insures Luxuriant Locks. Inclines Hair to Curt. Bopsjr
eedcHWigs. Kills Hair Eaters. Good effect eppattvl.
at ?nC*' TO THE LADIES WE SAT,
tho AMBROSIA will suit yon to a T. Elegantly pat _jx
Delicately Perfumed. Patronized by Opera Singeras __&
Actresses. Sold in splendid boxes or oeu-tons, co-taxtv
iiig two largo bottles: No. 2 for morning?Ho. 1 for ?r?*
D,D?f'THERE IrT NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT,
STERLING'S AMBROSIA Is the best, moat agrmabtr
and offoctlvo tollot artiolo in tho world. To prove tlia_
try a carton.
Sold by Druggists.
AMBROSIA MAN?FACTUIUN? COMPAlfT^
?5 Fulton-street, N. Y.
September 23 PKmm