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Tlie Daily _N~ews.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1866.
BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL.
IHPOHTANT AMENDMENT TO THE TAX DUX.
The tax bill waa takon up in the Bcuato on tho
22d inst., and tho following amoiulr.-.ont, recom
mended hy tho Finance Committoo, waa agreed to:
That Section 6, of the Act of March 3, 1865, en
title- an act to amend an act entitled an net to
provide internal revenue to euppott tho Govern
ment, to pay interest on the public debt, and for
other purposes, approved Juno 30,18G4, bo amend
ed hy striking out all after tho enaoting clauao,
and Inserting in liou thereof tho following : That
overy national banking, State bank, or Stato bank
ing association, shall pay a tax of ton per contum
on tho amount of notea of any peraon, Stato bank,
or State banking association used for circulation,
and paid out by thom after the tiret day of July,
18G7; and such tax ehall be assessed and paid in
auch manner as uhall be prescribed by the Com
miscioner of Internal Rovenue. That Section 14
of the same act shall be amonded by striking out
ali after the enacting clause, and inserting in liou
thereof the following : That tho capital of any
Stute bank or banking association which hue
ceased or shall coaso to oxiat, and which has
been, or shall be, converted into a national
bank, for all tho purposes ot tho act lo which
this is an amendment, shall be assumed to bo the
capital as it existed immediately boforo euch bank
eeaeed to exist or was converted as aforesaid; and
whenever tho out standing circulation of any bank,
association, corporation, company, or person shall
bo re.. nccil to an amount not exceeding five por
centum of tho chartered or declared capital exist
ing at the time the same was issued, said circula
tion ehall be free from taxation; and whrnovor
any bank w Lieh has ceased to issue notca for cir
culation shall doposit in the Treasury of tho
United States, in lawful money, the amount of ita
outstanding circulation, to be redeemed at par
ander such regulations as the Secretary of the
Treasury shall prescribe, it ehall be exempt from
any tax "upon Buoh circulation. And whenever
any Stato bank or banking asBooiation has been
converted into a national banking association, and
auch national banking association has assumed
the .?abilities of such State bank or banking asso
ciation, including the redemption of its bills; or by
any agreoment or understanding whatever with
the representatives of suoh State bank or banking
association, ehall use the bills of snob Stato bank
or banking association, such national banking as
sociation shall be hold to make the requirod re
turn and payment on the circulation outstanding
co long as such circulation shall exceed five per
centum of the capital before suoh conversion of
.nch Stato bank or banking association.
MESSAGE OF THE PBESIDENT.
The President sent into Congres?,, on the 22d
inat., the following mossago in rotation to the re
construction amendment to the Conatitu'iou :
3b the Senate and House of Eepresehtalives t
I submit to Congress a report of tbo Socrotary
ofrState, to whom was referred the concurrent
resolution of the 18th instant, respecting a sub
mission (o the Legislatures of the States of an ad
ditional articlo to tho Constitution of the United
It will be seon from this roport that the Secre
tary of State bad, un the 16th instant, tr-nsmitted
to tho Governors of the several States cortifie _
oqpies of the joint resolution passed on the 13th
instant, propotiug an amendment to the Consti
Even in-brdiniry timeB any question of amond
irg tbe Constitution must be justly regarded as
of paramouut importunes. Thus importance is at
tli? present time enhanced by the fact that the
Su.m resolution waa not ?submitted by the two
-nf-seti for the approval of the President, and that
oft bo thirty-six States which constitute the Union
eleven are excluded from representation in either
HfUfco of Congress, although, with tho singlo cx
ctptiun of Texas, they havo been entirely restor
ed to all their functions sa States, in conformity
with tbo organic law of the laud, and havo ap
peared at tho national capital by Senators and
Itepr? sontatives, who havo applied for and have
been refused admission to the vacant seats.
Nor havo the sovereign pcoplo of tbe nation
been afforded au opportunity of expressing their
views upon the important question which the
amendment involves. Gravo doubts, therefore,
may naturally and justly arise as to whether tho
action of CougresB is in harmony with the senti
mepts of the people, and whether Stato Legisla
tures, elected without roferouc?, to such an issuo,
should be called upon to decido respecting tho
ratification of the proposed amendment.
?VaivJDg the question as to the constitutional
validity of tho proceedings of Congress upon the
joint resolution proposing the amendment, or as
to x_e merita of the article which it submits
through the Executive Department to tho Legis
latures of the States. I deem it proper to observe
that the steps taken by the Secretary of State, as
defiled in the accompanying report, are to be
considered as purely ministerial, and in no sonso
whatever committing the Executive to an appro
val of the recommendation of the amendment to
the State Legislatures or to the people. Oa the
contrary, a proper appreciation uf the letter and
umpt of the Constitution, as W_!J M of the inter
ests of national order, harmony and union, and a
duo deference for an onlighU-ued public may, at
this time, well suggest a doubt whether any
amendment to the Constitution ought to be pro
posed by Congres?, and pressed upon tho Legisla
tures of the several States for final decision until
after the admission of such loyal Senators and
Repr?sentatives Of the now unrepresented Statut
as have been or may hereafter be chosen, in con
formity with tho Constitution and laws of the
Uiiteil States. ANDREW JOHNSON.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 22, I860.
European Troops lu Mexico-Dispatch from
The President Friday, in further answer to the
recent resolutions of the Senate and House oi
Representatives, requesting Information in regare
to the employment of European troops in Mexico,
transmitted to Congress the following dispatch
from Mr. BIGELOW to Mr. ?SKWAIUI:
LEGATION OF T??E UNITEO 8TATE_" }
PAKIS, June 4,18G6. j
SIB:-I waited upon his Excellency, the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, on Saturday last, in purau
ance of a previous appointment to confer with
bim upon tbe subject matter of your i rib true tiona
No. 459, marked "Confidential." AB he had al
ready been apprised of the contents of that dis
patch, through tho French Mi .ister residing at
Washington, I was spared the necessity of re
stating them. He said that the Imperial Govern
ment proclaimed its ' intention to retire from
Mexico, because it suited its conven ?once and in
terests to retiro, and for no other reaaon. When,
therefore, it announced formally, not merely to
tho United States, but to all the world, that the
army would be withdrawn from Mexico within s
?peolfledtime, he thoughtitshouldbedenmedsaf
noient. The Government made its declaration in
good faith, and means to keep It. It means U
withdraw its army within the time prescribed,
arra it does not intend to take one or tnoJUuudrec
in the first detachment, and one or two "muire.:
moro in tho second, leaving the great body ol
them to the last, though it bad not deomod it
necessary to specify with minuteness details ol
this kind, which depend upon hygienic and cli
macteric considerations, of which it was the beal
and the only competent judge, This, His Excel
lenoy said, no wiehod I would say to our Govern
ment. I asked His Excellency if I had ever inti
mated to him whether, in writing or orally, au*
suspicion of the Emperor's intention to withdraw
his army from Mexioo in unequal portions. H<
replied that I had not. I thon aakod bim if an}
other person authorized to speak ia the name o
my Government had dono so. He said no. Bul
he had road imputations of that kind in one of oui
papers. I replied in substance that the press wai
. law unto itself, and that we had botter not ac
cept it as a law unto us; and as . IK
asked me to communioato to my Govern
mont a formal answer to what soundot
like an acensation of insincerity and bad fait!
on" the part of the Emperor, I wanted bli
authority for stating that no such acoosatlot
had reached him through anyoiloial obannel
He replied that he only bad read it in a nowspa
.P6'" .<_?fi_n? V?SkJ? foeay that the purWso o
yoM-mroctioVa*1! understood ' It, waa aimpl;
to obtain an explanation, which WEH euro to bo re
quired of you, of tho uhipniout in France of largo
bodies of troops to Mexico after tho ptirpOM to
withdraw her wholo army bad boen uflicially pro
claimed. To (hia hie Excellency roplied, that
einco Booing mo ho bad gotten from bia colleagues
of tho Marino and War Depart mont H information to
tho purport that no troops bclongiug to tho Corps
E-pcditiouairo had been Bout to Mexico this year,
utilosa for tho Bake o? partly roplaoiug soldiers
missing, but, at auy rato, without augmentation
of tho number of standing troops; that tho ship
niont of troops roforrod to in tho public prints and
in your dispatch was most likoly that m ado in tho
transport Rhone about tho boginning of tho >ear;
that this Rhone touched at Martinique, but not
St. Thomaa, as was statod; that eho carried 916,
and not 1200 soldiers; that they belonged to tho
Foroign Logion, and not to tho Expeditionary
Corps; lhat they consistod of troops which had
boen waiting transportation a long time in tranco
and in Algeria to join thoir roginiouta; that no now
troops had boon enrolled for tho Foreign Legion
since the Emperor proel turned hie purposo to with
draw his flag from Moxico; and that no more,
for what ho know, wcro intended to he en
rolled. In regard to tho sbipmont of troops from
Austria, ho said that that was an affair entirely
betweon that Qovcrnmont and the Mexican, with
which Franco had nothing to do ; that nineo I had
spoken to him on tho subject ho had verified his
own convictioiiB by a roferonco to tho Ministers of
War and Marino, and had ascertained that no en
gagements of any sort had been ontorod into by
either for the enrollment or transportation of
troops from Austria to Moxico. Ho went on
furt her to Bay that it was tho intontion of the
Government to withdraw tho anny entirely from
Moxico within the timo apociflod in hie dispatch to
you at tho vory latest-soonor if climato and othor
controlling considerations permitted; aud it was
not its intontion to replace thom with other troops
from any quarter. At the conclusion of a long
conversation, of which I have given tbo important
results, I oxprossed my satisfaction with His Ex
cellency's explanation, and the ploasuro I should
havo in oom munica ting thom to my Govern mont.
This dispatch has heon submitted to M. Drouyn
do L'huya and tho foregoing version of the results
of our conversation has boon approved by him.
I am, Bir, with vory great respect,
Your obedient servant,
Hon. Wit, H. SEWARD, Department of State, Wash
ington, D. C.
ICE BY THE C?BG0.
LARGE OR SMALL CARGOES OF SUPERIOR
MAINE ICE delivered at any aoo?_lblo polnto on
tho coast Orders received by
JOS. H. RISLEY.
No. HO East Bay, oorner Accommodatlou Wharf.
POLAR KOOT BEER,
No. 359 KING-STREET,
FOR PLEASANTNESS AND MEDIOINAL QUALI
TIES this Boverage Is not excelled by any other,
which hundreds can testify who havo fully tested It. It
not only acts as a PUBiFIER OF THE BLOOD, but is
an oxcellont TABLE DRINK, and a good drink for In
five cents por glass; fifteen cents per quart; fifty
cents per gallon.
For sale only at
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
No. 259 K1NO-BTREET, OPPOSITE HASEL.
June 31 10
COOL AND SPARKLING
No. 259 KING-STREET,
LOVERS OF THIS EXCEEDINGLY COOL AND RE
FRESHING DEVE? AGE still oonllnuo to liberally
patronize and refresh themselves with a glass combined
with BEDFORD'S CHOICE SYRUPS.
With a varioty of twonty Syrups, prepared with great
care, the Proprietor feels confident that he can satisfy
the taste of ah that favor bun with a call.
CUT- _I8T OF 8YRUPS-OUT.
CREAM SYRUP prepared fresh dally and flavored with
any of the above Syrups.
BEDFORD'S SYRUPS can also bo cb taino J by tho bot
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
No. 250 KINO-STREET, OPPOSITE HABEL.
MACPHERSON & DONALD SMITH
BREWERS OFFINt PALE ALES -PORTER
WEST i-^ST BET"-" 7 8cSAVE*-MEV/YORK.
. W. CLARK & CO,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
H AVINO TAKEN THE BOLE AGENOY, OB' TH1
above celebrated ALE, acknowledged to be
tbe best in the market, are now prepared to supply tin
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For sale in barrels and hall barrels.
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT _tEBCH_NTS,
Kos. 148 and 146 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KEBB'S WHABP,
OFFER FOB S_LE, LOW FOB CASH:
HEIDBIEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, in oases and in casks
CLARET WINKS, in cases, pints and half pints
GO RDI ALS,' in oates-a variety '
BITTERS (li. O. Bolt), in cases
BRANDIES, in cases and in casks
GINS, lo oases and in casks
RUM, In canes
WHISKIES, in cases and in casks
ALE, incases, quarts and pints
LAGER BEER, In quarter barrels, also In pints,packed.,
eight dossn to the barret. ?moe Jnnsli
?Na. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
W __?__?__ _S5 BETAIL DEALER- IN A__.
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds .
SAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and -RIST
MILLS, always on bam'.. ^^ .*-*>*
^?on-lorAUOilAMHA-LT'8 BTR_M ENQIUE.aiul
I-#EBS0I_J- PATKufCOIXC- f H_? pi
F O ft LIVKUPOOI..-TH- Al
American Ship PRESIDENT FILMORE, 11.
Luco Mr.?.tur. Is now loading at North Atlantic
Wharf, n...l having a portion of hor cargo en
gaged, will meet with dispatch for the ahovo port.
For Freight ongagvuionU, apply to
W1LLI8 k OmSOLM,
June l8 mwf_North Atlantic Wharf.
FOI?. I'HILADELPIUA.-Til- FINE
8chooner ALUA, R. 1). Adaiun, Master, liaviug
> nearly nil her cargo engaged, will have Imme di
? ito dispatch. For balant-o of Freight, apply to
11. F. UAKUt A CO.,
Juno 26 No. 20 Cumberland--troot.
CAlWiOKS HEADY, ANO VE8.
8EL8 wanted to load for Uallimoro, Philadel
phia, New York, Now Bedford, Boston, St.
John, N. B , Havana, Matanzas, Sagua la
Grande, H. sido Cuba, Barbadoes, Demarara, Martinique,
Trinidad, and porto in Europe.
Also wanted to Charter, VESSELS out and homo to
various West India ports. JOS. H. BI8LEY,
No. ill) East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
WILL LEAVE ON FRIDAY MORNING, 20TH IN8T.,
for Luuud's Ferry and intormodiato Landings
on tho North and South 8?uteo Rivers,. Freight received
until Thursday, sunset
For Engagements, apply on board, at Southern
Wharf, or to MOTTE A. PRINGLE.
FOR COOPER RIVER.
THE FINE STEAMER
OAJ?T. OHA8. WILLEY,
WILL LEAVE FOR MIDDLEBURG AND ALL IN
TERMEDIATE LANDINGS on Cooper River, on
Thurtday Morning, at 0 o'clock; returning samo day.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, at Southern
Wharf, or to MOTTE A. PRINGLE.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
OAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODAIION WHARF EVERY
IFcdn'sday Morning, at 0 o'clock. Returning,
will leavo Georgetown every Thurtday Morning, at 11
Frolght received the day beforo sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
N. B.-Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Con way
boro' and Oheraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
B te amera Little Ada and R. E. Bell._June i
THE 8PLENDID SEAGOING 8TEAMER
CAPTAIN W. F. ADAIR,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON THURSDAY NIGHT,
28th ins-, at 10 o'clock.
For freight or passage, apply on board, at Southern
Wharf, orto MOTTE A. PRINGLE.
FOR SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT, 8. C.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
THE VERY FAST
PILO vtite o "sae_?
OAFTAIN THOVB;;_??VYNE, jgSg?
(Temporarily taking tho place of Bt?3amer;?*?_NNlE,)
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARP?KVBBY
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning, will
leave Savannah every Monday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON b HOLMES,
June 1 ima Accommodation Wharf.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
AND SAVANNAH. OA.
THE NEW, ELEGANT, AND FAST SAILING
0?_PT. L. M. COXETTER,
ILL LEAVE ADQEB'S WHARF EVERY SATUR
DAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock, for Savannah,
Fernandlna, Jacksonville, Palatka, and al] the interme
diate landings on the St John's River, arrtring at Pa
latka Bun ay evening.
Will leave Jacksonville every Tuesday Morning, Fern?n
dina the same day, and Savannah every Wedneiday
Morning, st (9) o'olock, arriving at Charleston the same
Freight re?oive', dally at the Agency on Brown's
Wharf and stored free of extra charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or at the of
fice on Brown's Wharf. _
June 20 L. M. 0OXBTTER, Agent
C. S. JENKINS
HAVING BEEK REAPPOINTED MEASURER AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, would
roipecLfully Inform his old patrons and all others con
nected with the bmluesH, that he can.be found for the
present at the offloe of STKINMEYER A SON,
Jnne 7 ima* Weat end Bean fain atroet.
AUSTIN, ANDMJS & CO.,
N0, ?S1 MEETING-STREET.
??OOUrGCRYOUDEBfl FILLED WITH DISPATCH. I
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL UNE
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
QUAKEHCIT1. I SAKAUOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. I CHANADA.
s____-___<_. o ssA.
WILL LEAVE ON 8ATURDAY, 30TH INSTANT,
at - o'clock.
No berth secured until poid for.
No Freight rocolved unless engaged at our ofllco.
No FREIOUT received aftor - o'clock on Saturday.
Frolght and Wharfage on peiishablo articles must bo
paid at our ofllco.
Juno 20 RAVENEL A CO., Agents.
New. York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $i_5.
tearing each Fort erery Alternate ThurBday.
BTEAMBHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
OAFX. B. W. Loorwoon.
C_T. 0. P. lUnanuAN.
r__HE8E STEAMSHIPS, OFPEBING EVERY INDUOB
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by overy luxury ths New Yori
and Obarloston markets can afford; and, for safety, speed
Mid comfort, are unrivaUed on the coast.
THE NEW STEAMSHIP
OAPT. 0. P. MARS-MAN,
?T7ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W THUR8DAY, Juno 38. at - o'olock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Frolght or Passage, apply at the office of the
Agonts. WILLIS k CHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharl
Consign?os In Now York-Mesare. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO._June 83
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OH FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAU, STEAMERS,
SalUng every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to an.
from New York.
Great Reduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOB ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain an?*
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have theb
baggage romoved Froe, and every care beetowod or
For Passage, ko., apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 321
Weat street, New York, or
M. M. QUINN _ BROTHER, *
No. 637 K-io 8T__T, 0_a__TON, 8. t_H
And No. 1S7 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
Au-iuta. O. K. lyr Febrnarv n
PACIFIC MAIL ST-AMSUIPCOMPANY _
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
B_____8 OH TJTB OORHXOTTNa ON THE P AC mt
AT____NTIO, WIT/I THE
NEW YOEE.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ko, ko.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LAUGH AND SPLENDID
8tea_sh.ps will leave Pier No. 43 North River, fool
of Canal-street, at 13 o'olook, noon, on ths 1st, 11th and
31st of every month (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on-tbe preceding Saturday), for Abl'I IN
WALL, oonnectlng via Panama Railway with one of the
Company's 8 toa m ships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at AOAPULOO.
Departures of 1st and 31st connect at Panama witt
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rates
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers with
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to olergymen and their families, and
sobool teachers; soldiers having honorable dischargee,
One hundred pounds bsgeago allowed to each adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectors.
Baggage reoelved on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefei
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passsge Tickets, or further information, apply at
the Company's Tlokot Office, on the Wharf. FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
Aorll a_ 8moB 8. K. HOLMAN, Aaent
THD BO. GA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING RE-ESTABLISHED ITB RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Merchandise and Pro
duce oonalgn d to Its Agent from the interior to North
ern ports, snd from Northern ports to the Interior, will
be oared lor and shipped to the point of destination
without delay sod free of commission.
Consignments to be forwarded hy sea moat always be
accompanied by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice,
with Instructions to insnre if desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. k F. Agent.
AT The Charlotte Times, Chester Standard, snd
Greenville Mountaineer, each copy one week and Bend
bills to this office._ June 35
RAUITAN AND DELAWARE BAY RAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONO BRANCH-THE
whole distance by rail-no change of cara-no trav
elling hy Stage. On and after Friday, June 1st, 1860,
the trains on this Road will let ve the Depot of Camden
and Atlantlo Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
den, as follows, Tis: 0.30 A. M , Express Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate Btationa; 3.80
A. M., Mail and Express for New Yo k
Returning, Trains leave Pier 89, foot of Dusn.v_t.eet,
North River, via Steamboat Jesse Hoyt; at 11 A. M., Ex
press Train for Loo - Branch, Camden and lhtermediB
Btailons; and 4 P. Ai. for all Stations on ths Road.
Fare to and from New York or Long Branob, $3.
lExoursIob Tickets to Long Branob from Camden, f B.
Juno IS 8mo Wit. N. CLAYTON, Sup't
PRATT & IflLS?ii Bl?OTMBKV
No. 238 King-street
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MABKET-ST,
Charleston. S. G.
N. A. PRATT,
0. 8. Nitre and
8. W. WILSON. ( P. B. WILSON.
IO ra d ii ato of
I Phils. OoUoge
1 of Pharmacy, b
Obomlat te lato
[ 0.8. Ord. Dept
The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
CAMPHOR, CASTOR OIL,
B.AL8AM FIB. COD LIVER OIL,
BAXSAM COPAIBA ESSENTIAL OILS,
ALUM, SUP. OARB. 80??.
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EPSOM 8ALT8, TARTARIO ACID,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED L,YU,
BAL SODA, SILICATE OF SOD?.,
TURPENTINE, Ac., ?kc,
FLINT AND GREEN GLASS,
ALL SORTS AND SIZES,
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHERS,
TIN0TURE8, 8UG?_R COATED PELLS, eto,
Any Preparations mado to order.
No. 238 King-street.
HEOEMAN'S OOD LIVER OIL,
HEGEMAN'S ELIXIR OF BARK,
HEOEMAN'S PREPARATIONS IN FULL,
WORM LOZENGES, Hurley'a and HallowA/'?,
AGUE CURES AND AGUE TONICS,
BROWN'S ESSENOE JAMAICA GINGER,
BROWN'S TBOOHES FOB COUGHS,
PILLS-Hooper'?, Clark's, Wright's, Ayer'?, &d
WTNSLOW'S SOOTHING 87RDP, be, be.
AU other moat popular and reliable.
No. 288 King-street.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR, GENBTNE LOW'S, fane*j
atyles, large assort mont,
LAUNDRY SOAP, ENGLISH BAR; ck cap or than Talk
No. 238 KING-8T.
Ko. ?38 l-in??-st.