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CUL*.TION IN TBE CIIY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LISI OF LETTERS REMAIN
ING IN THE POSTOF1TUE AT THE END OF
EACH WELK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVID?
IONS OF THE NEW POal OFFICE LAW.
A UCTION SALES THIS DAT.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will Boll this dav, at
their auotion house, No. 55 Hasel-street, ?t 10
o'clock, dry goods, &c.
T. M. CATER will sell this day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9$ o'clock, hams, strips* butter.
N. HUNT & Sox will sell this day, at their auc?
tion house, No. 142 Meeting-street, boote,
THERE WILL be no suspension of the pub?
lication of THE DAILY NEWS on account oi
New Year's dav.
TAXES.-Tho special attention of tax-payers
is invited to the notices of the State Tax-U<>l
lector for St. Philip's and St. Michael's, pub?
lished in this morning's NEWS.
HOGMANAY.-The St. Andrew's Society of
this city celebrated this anniversary at the
Son Ji Carolina Hall last night. The old year
was decently interred, and the birth of the new
welcomed with flowing libations.
THE SOUP HOUSES.-It was expected that
these honres would have- been opened on the
1st, but the Bureau offioers are still awaiting
orders from General Howard, vhich will give
them the authority to purchase the necessary
meats. Until this is done, no action can be^
THE LATE BAZA m.-It gives us sincere plea?
sure to announce that the net profits of the
Bazaar of the Widows' Home amounted to
more than two thousand dollars.
A committee will be in attendance from 12
to 3 o'clock esch afternoon, beginning with to?
morrow, to distribute prizes, fill up raffles, and
dispose of the unsold wares.
THE DETECTIVE OFFICE.-From offioial re?
ports received it appears that the Detective
Offioe, under the charge of Lieutenant Hen?
dricks, has secured and receipted for $14,051.27
of stolen property received during the year.
This list embraces every variety of property,
from a cotton bak to an old coat, and mc lumea
jewelry of every description.
EMANCIPATION DAT.-The Sith anniversary
of the issue of the famous Emancipation Proc?
lamation of President Lincoln will bo celebra?
ted by the colored people to-day. The fire
companies and tho various civic societies will
form a procession which will march through
the streets to the African Methodist Church on
Calhoun-street, where an oration will be de?
livered by the Kev. F. L. Cardozo. The parade
of last year attracted large numbers of specta?
tors, who thronged tho sidewalls along thb
route, ii the weather should be propitious,
the s ame societies will in ah probability lorin
part ot the procession to-day, and the same
route be selected.
THE CHEAP EDITION OF THE WOBKS or
CHAULES DICKENS.-Aiessrs. D. Applec^jj^Co.,
of New York, are now publishing a new ana
cheap edition of Dickens' works, at twenty-nvc
cents and thirty-five couts per volume. "Oliver
Twist," "Nicholas Pickleby," und tho "Christ
mas storied," have already appjared, and aro
for sale at John Russeil'*, King-street. Those
volumos are in paper covers, but they oro
beautifully printed in clear type upon fine pa
per, and will prove as good an edition of tue
works of the great novelist aa any man need
wish to have, '?he complete Bot will cost but
' A T THE annual meeting of Ute Germania
Chapt.-r, No. 12, held on tho 26tli December,
1867, the following officers were elected for the
ensuing year :
Coop. J. M. PETERSON, H. P.
Comp. J. KBUdB, K.
Comp. 0. H. BERGMANN, S.
Comp. L. Jt\ Mi?LB, C. H.
Comp. G. K?J-NLLKL, P. J.
Comp. S. B^NJ.vAIl ,\, K. A. C.
Corny. C. FLU 1'HMANN. G. 3d W.
Corny. L. DUNNLAl A \N, <i 2d V.
Comp. F. J. KL'-Iid, G. 1st W.
Comp. A. MLLOHLK.-, Tieaauxer.
Corny, ?. BLKGiiAS.N, Secretary.
Comp. J. H. sOHMIDl, txncxneL
THE GAZETTE, YOL. II., No. 8.-The contents
for the week ending Saturday, January 4, aro :
Number of Catholics in the United States; The
Irishman and the Deacon; How Colonel Kelly
Escaped; The Representation of the Crib at
Bethlehem at the Sisters of Mercy, Queen
street); Honor the Brave; Great Cyclone in In?
dia; Imm.nse Fenian Funeral Processi->n m
Cork; The Distress of the Workingmen at the
North; George Franois Train's Speeoh; The
Irish Question; Letter from Alor oma; Consis?
tency; In Memoriam-Father Byan; A Shoi
from the Capitol; The Roman Question in the
French Corps L?gislatif ; Address and Bead?
ings by Rev. A. J. Byan; The Fenian Fuserai
Prooession in Dublin; o-c., etc. Single copies
five cents. To oe had at all the news stands.
Office of publication, No. 807 Kmg-s ti cet.
jjrxj. OF MoBTALrrr.-Beturn of deaths
within the City of Charleston for the week
ending December 28th, 1807 :
CO LO BSD
Heart, Hypertrophy of..
He a. orrin ge, Uterine.
Spine, Fraciurt i-f.
Whiles, 4; Blacks and Colored, 1'2-Total, 16.
Ondsr 1 year of age... 4 Between 50 and 60 yrs. 2
Between ?and 5 yrs... 2 Between 60 and 70 yrs. .
Between 5and 10yrs.. l|Between 70and 80yrs. .
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. LBotwecn 80 and 90 vis. .
Between 30 and 30 yrs.. 3 Botweeu 90andl00yts. .
Between 30 and 40 >w. ll Over 100 years of age... .
Between 40 and SO yrs.. 2|_
Office of City Regist: ar. December 31, 1367. .
GEORGE S P-L DB, M. D., City Registrar.
jjojsL ABBIVALS.-Charleston Eo'.eL-Wil?
liam B. Jones, Aikon, S. C.; E. W. Cole, Au?
gusta, Ga,; D. C. De Jarnofcto, Va.; E. W. Ever?
son, U. S. A.; J. IL Little and lady, Wades
boro.Ji. C.; James Gray, Bennettsville, S. C.;
M. W. Coleman, Edge?eld, S. C.; H. B. Sping
nor, S&Usburv, fl. C.; N. A. Ball Master N. H.
v Bull, Orangeburg, S. C.; J. McCiearlv^Thomas
Britton, U. S. A.
Pavilion Hotel.-R. J). Bony, Marion, S. C.;
*W. F. Prentiss, W. R. Darby, City; W. B. Wor.
?ham, Gourdin's; Dr. John T. King, U. S. A. ..
?fu?? Souse.-Charles H. Cohrs, Berkloy, S.
C.; H. Weldon, City; P. Pritoliard, Augusta,
Ga.- John W. Mason and wife, Now York; J. H
Sturdy, Massachusetts; M. W. Churchill, Eouto
^^ohn?; F. M. Pierson, New York. j -
UNTIED S?ES Cov?,_p0N. GECSQE S.
BBYAN presid?--On rr)tio? of R B< Car.
ponier, Esq.,r.J;iliu8 2. carpenter waa ad?
mitted to praicoin tll<Uaited States Court
for the District ^o^aiolina.
Miss ST. CT?B'S LEortjg wa3 DQt ^inlx at?
tended last cjht. The^jf leoturer, who is
apparently abet twentywo Tears oi ag0> faa.
cinating and acqi2ie? herself very cred?
itably, j f
LICENSES Top Gi<1JTE??_Genoi^i Canby's
action in nstpoftfo tb? city the right of
granting licenJs 3j be agreat relief to our
municipal au?0it;egj as i large portion of
their income il xe wn fromthis source. The
order of Geuefl Mckies remcting this privi?
lege embarrass^ the city fnances to a con
si dora?le exten fheissaiof city scrip and
tho rapid depnis?on of te same has been
owing ia a m%nra to tba cause, and the
order of Genei, c?nby wifbe, we hope, but
the prelude t*.-. - tv;a to gsenback payments
on tho part a' tk? ijity.
IK TES x?F* of tie reovery of the iron
stolen from fi?.' Cl arioaton aid Savannah Bail
road, publish^ ii the ftwarf yesterday, due
credit was nefc^-'ded to th Savannah detec?
tives, and egjoial y to St. Ry, their chief, for
tho efficient #vic is tiny reidered in accom?
plishing the #f it j gitaa. Before the arrival
of any Charlcoo detective they had arre?t;d
two of the |"ty partiea, ?nd had recovered
about cight$v? of the Jails. It was Mr.
Charles H. tf>*? find not John Plynn, who ac?
companied tfcdottctiveg fron Charleston.
ALMOST LYJSAB ?E-The entrance to Kerr's
,?md the Atlp* Wharves are in a miserable
cormrTrbnTa*86 carrow streets are half oc?
cupied wit^r28 of paving stones, which have
lam there tA35y"^?akfiv Jeaving only about
sight feet' thu passage of drays and
wagons, ls forcing of vehioles into so
narrow a de has worn the tracks into terri?
bie rats a ib ag holes. Yesterday the quart?
ermaster wons hauling grain had to put on
two extra raes ;ier wagon to reach "terra
firma" on st Bay. Something should be
done eithej pave these streets or remove the
DISTTNOBED A mw.'AL.-Kev. Bishop Wil?
liam M. Vhtmat, D. D., LL.D., arrived ID
our city 3 onlay, from his recent home in
Alabama, ho Bis?op is a native of our city
and an aluns of its college, and for years as
he accoiished editor of the "Southern
Christian vocate," and one of the compilers
of the Hyi Book of tho M. E. Church, South,
uiinisiereuth distinguished ability from its
pulpits, i remo ral from our city in accept?
ing the Prdeucy of Woffcrd College at Spar
tanborg ated a vacancy that was felt not
merely m Q pulpits dftMte* communion,
and we wa-eoiU the^R8Pti regret with
which th?dings of his acceptance of the
Chancollonp of tho Southern University in
Alabama v received, both amcng the clergy
auu laity, i retm ns to make his home among
us in a nevlatioT-as one of the Bishops ol
his Chara His fellow-citizens have felt a
just pride his elevation to so distinguished
a poBicionid a Dal pleasure in the tidings
born? theifrnm the West of the impression
mado by haHstrations there, but we hazard
aothing ioayiug that they will feel a at h
nigher grficatioa in his decision to return
and makes hom ) among them, returning as
ne dqca j&J&? eivy-and. state are in many
rospects or Ujpwreok of their former selves.
rife Bisb^R just completed the tour of J
the Eprscsi District assigned linn this ySalT]
>ud is cot quent ly somewhat jaded but in
sound heal He is staying for the present at j
che manaii of l is relative, George W. Wil
SiLVssTi EVE--THE BsEuflsBLicnTS BUND.
-The menus o? tho Breudordohe Bund gave
me of thebest theatrical performances last
aigbt. In ?it9f of the weather the hall was
nell filled, laf|^>ortion of the audience be
lng the fait ex. Oar German fellow-citizens
inderstandhe cd proverb, "Speed the part
lug and welime the coming guest," and last
night the -amitie entertainment, and the
terpsichore] exercise whioh followed, kept
tho attentic engaged until '67 had breathed
Iiis last. 1B Bund have an able corps of
amateur acirs, md the entertainments have
jonsidorablrint-irest oven to those who are
aot raised i thc Teutonio tongue. The pro?
gramme las niu;ht was selooted particularly
;or this oocaon, and commenced with a grand
nusical prelde, whioh was followed by several
:omic scene, ia whioh the actors brought
Iowa the hoke. The performances wero con
iiuded by tb plays of "America and Span
ioan," and 'A Picture of Beal Life." A
ableaux repis mted the North Germaa Con
ederation, san State being represented by a
? o ung lady, ?t er the theatrical performances
rad dosed th floor was cleansed, and the
ncrry sound c! the music 6oon drew wining
est into the lyaks of the dances ; 67 waa
juried, and '6f , the newly-born, was greeted
nth an old-its) ioned German weloome.
MiEACoxoui ESCAPE-A CABBIAGE CABBTED
JET AHO CDT t TWO BS AN ENOINE, AND NO
MM HOBT.-Oe of the most wonderful es?
capes from acclental death ever recorded was
made yesterda at the passsenger depot of tho
south Carolin Railroad. Mr. W. Eelsey
steadman wit!, his sister, Mrs. McDowell and
uer child, dr-re to the depot in a carriage
from Mr. Rodn's stables, to leave the city by
the early train. When the carriage had enter?
ed tho yard ari drawn up at the platform, Mr,
Steadman got o- and the driver, E. colored
man, left the l?x and began to take down the
baggage, tho Idy and child remaining in the
carnage. At fats moment the engir.e of the
Hambarg train then approaching, was heard
and the horse, having no ono to control
them, became tanned and dashed off at full
Running fror the yard, the horses, with thc
carnage, smut round the corner, and ran
with fearful fore iato the engine of the Ham?
burg train, whlu was then crossing into thc
lower yard. Th engine struck the carriage
near the fron ; ties, and the terrible jar caus?
ed the horses tcbreak loose. But the carriage
was entangled pon tho cow-catcher of tho en?
gine, and wan crried about two hundred yards
down th9 trac, Mrs. McDowell, the while,
claspmg her ohd to her breast. Fortunately
the carriage soa broke np, one half, in which
were the lady ad child, falling on one side oi
the track and Molly olear of the train. Help
was instantly athand, and it was found that
neither motlier or child was in any way hurt,
Mr. Steadtaanwas in dose purjuit of the
carriage and erred at the spot a moment after
the denoaerr< nt :curred.
The horse a onbreakin^ away from the oar
riage ran r.pLe-street until they reached
Blake-street, wrn they tamed to the left and
ran into the m&h, where th&y were bogged
up to theil' nets, and remained for several
h JUTS. Thtyhibeen out during the night
aud were believe to be tired down.
Notwithstondij the terrible shock to her
nervous systemics. McDowell and ber child
went on the reg%? train to AugUB?a, but lt is
certain thai as hg as she lives she will never
forget her'Tidejr Ufe," nor cease to wonder
at her prov .deufci escape from instantaneoue
death. ? i .
SN'OW.-The wide-awake portion of this com?
munity discovered a slight fal] of snow in this
city yesterday morning, between ? and 5 A. M.,
but was speedily absorbed by tho moisture on
the ground, and those who rose at daylight
were not aware of the wintry visitation. Wo
l?arn that in the interior Districts snow fell to
the depth of several inches. At Cheraw it was
six inches deep, and at Florence about four
inches. lu order to convince unbelievers, a
bucketfull of the article was brought down and
exhibited. Snow has been predicted for some
time, but the Charleston community havo not
thus far been favored with a daylight snow
6 tor m.
Om MONEY.-At the last meeting of Coun
oil, a warm discussion arose on the prac tica
bility of discontinuing tbe issue of city money
and substituting a greenback circulation.
Though no definite action was taken, it is high?
ly probable that tho city will BOOU return to
payments in United States ourrency. During
thia month the receipts from various sources
will bo quite large, as many of tho tax-payers
will give in their duos, and the different licen?
ses that will be granted will return a handsome
sam to the Treasury. There is at tho present
time but $33,000 of the oity mouey in circula?
tion, and it is confidently expected that this
amount will bo speedily withdrawn. Tho muni?
cipal officials are using evory effort to reduce
the issue of city scrip.
' INCENDIARY ACTS ut DABLTNOTON.-It bs with
. sincero regret that we notice thc disturbed
state of affairs in some sections of the State,
and if the stealing and burning which is now
taking place is to be continued it will be at the
ex enso of tho most vital interests of society.
These midnight outrages must be checked and
the perpetrators of them brought to justice. A
etter was shown us yesterday, by a merchant
of our city, from one of the most prominent
ciiizen8 of Darlington District, which stated
that about 10 P. M. on the 27th December, his
fa Jilly, which had retired for the night, were
startled by the firing of guns, and, on looking
ont, the torch of the incendiary had been suc?
cessfully applied to his gin-house, and to a
large crib full of fodder, hay and shucks in the
immediate vicinity of tho farm, stables, wagon
and carriage houses. The other buildings were
waved by the wind being favorable. The fire
destroyed the gin-house, scre>v and 1200 bush?
els cotton seed. They also went into the field
and burned five stacks of fodder. A noi jhbor,
on the samo night, had bis gin-house and fod?
der stacks fired.
Ora RAILROADS.-It affords us satisfaction to
notice that oar Railroads immediately connect?
ing this city with the interior, aro pursuing, as
far as the unsettled state of affairs will permit,
a policy which will gradually give us the bene?
fit of a large portion of tho trade of the interior.
We commend their wisdom, for whtlo they may
temporarily sustain a loss in receipts they must
ultimately benefit largely by thc great increase
of prosperity which it will bring to thiB place,
and by tho larger area of country it wdl enable
them to secure trade from. The South Caro?
lina Railroad Company, in particular, has,
toronga its present energetic head, been en?
deavoring to have established through freight
rates, which must ultimately lead to a large in?
crease of our prosperity. This tariff opens tho
field of on ter pi IBO to Memphis, Nashville aud
Montgomery, as well as all the important
points which are nearer and as soon as th?i
Augusta aud Macou Railroad is complot, d,
Which may be looked for at an carly day, we will
bel placed on equal terms *ith Savannah at
Marcon, which ie the centie of the great cotton
^.Hctfcon of Georgia, at which point railroads
?og;fa in from Columbus and beyond,
?jjfc^tthe rich soction of southwestern
?MBBHasfe tapping of this important pom
should add 100,000 bales of ootton tu the re?
ceipts here. In many ways these improved
freight rates are already bringing produce, and
much of the oom which now reaches this city
is purchased at Atlanta, and is placed in our
market at lower figures than from other points.
With the promises of a heavy grain crop the
ooming oeason, the receipts of corn, wheat and
other grains from the interior that will come
hero for export, as well as tor a market, will no
doubt largely exceed any present estimates.
It would be well for our business mea to look
well into the resources of the country now
brought within their grasp, aud to usa all their
energies to secure the trade of a section ot
country whiih must at an oarly day increpo
with unsurpassed rapidity, aud which will
assuredly gire us the basis of a lasting pros?
perity, ii we use our most earnost efforts to
REGULAS MEETING OF Cm Gowen..-Pre?
sent-His Honor the Mayor ; Aldermen Rave
nel, Wragg, Gerdts, Small, O Neill, Willis,
Olney, Oakes, Honour, Marshall, Euston, Wad?
den, Cosgrove, Butler, Parker, Courtenay and
The min?tes of the last meeting were read
The Mayer Bftid that since tho last session
of Council hi had received crders from head?
quarters, whiih he lead. (These orders re?
ferred to tho appointment of Mr. N. G. Parker
as alderman it Ward No. 3, oice James P.
Earlo, decease! ; also thc appointment of Mr.
W. N. Hughelas City Assessor). Mr. Parker
being presentitbe Mayor stated that he would
administer th] necessary oaths, and Mr. Par?
ker was duly joalifled, and took his seat as a
member of Ghincil. Mr. Parker having re?
ceived permisi?n of Council, inado a few re?
marks before te regular basiaoss of tho ses?
sion was resulted. He said :
Afr. Mayor am Gentlemen of Hie Council :
lu view of th peculiar c.rcumstauces under
which we meeUit seems fit aud proper for me
to make a fei remarks, wu ich the occasion
For some uso past there has been a vacant
chair in this Condi. I had not tho honor of
an ar-quaintana with him whose place I am ap?
pointed to fill: but I have heard him highly
spoken of, andiuat he was a useful member of
Having receved the appointment to fill the
place made vaunt by the death of Mr. Earle,
and the manor of my appointai nf being
somewhat extrordinary, I trust that you will
pardon me for Hading to the past, and to the
necessity that gave rise to this unusual pro?
lu ordinary '.mes aa election would havo
been held to ti Ut his vacaucy; but we live in
extraordinary trios, which require extraordi?
nary measures to meet them. In ordinary
times there wou?L have been an election on the
first of November to elect a Mayor and a Board
of Aldermen; bf there has been no such elec?
Every memba of thie Council holds his seat
to-day not by air ordinance of tho city, not by
any ?lection of no city held at a regularly ap?
pointed time, bt by permission cf tho military
authority-by -?at authority, gentlemeu of
the City Connel, you all held your scats,
and by the samtauthority I take mine.
No one rogreh moro thaul do the necessity
that exists far uiusual modes ol' ;$ovcrnment.
I trust, however ibat this necessity will not
much longer regain, that we shall soon be
restored to full, civd and political rights, and
that the trials w havo borne may prove a val?
uable lesson to n.
The great stugnle through which our
country h..s passe, which has boroo so heavi?
ly and terribly ujoa this sectiou of it, was the
inevitable resultsof the two great social sys?
tems of tl.e two ?re.it sections-slavery and
freedom. The ooy wonder to me is that iy
did not occur twetty years sooner. /
Born and raised am-.n-r the free hills of'fJ
Nortu, yv/u will naturiliy expect mo to iyiul"
bued with Normera ideas. Such is t he I\jf> BuL
nowthat slavery has ceased to exist, tp? Great
curse, the enco peculiar oistineLive/*aturo. ?r
Southern society, tho cause of /? tu0 trials
anusorrowB through which wcy^76. pa?.seu ?
now that this section must rV? 11 ?* aU> 0v
the esme means, o'r aa the yioro prosperous
sections have risen, I caa/iee no oause fora
wi^eiiffereacohetweea/?? ??to tao general
plan to be pursued to affect the gt
poses for which we are organized,
care and prosperity of the city.
And when I use the word city, I use
broadest sense-the whole city-tho i
poor, tbs merchant, the m?chame, i
laborer. I do not hesitate to tay. for
in ah kindness, that I believe this c
this State, has in many respects been t
governed. I need but mention one pai
when I think that there are those presi
will agree with me, and that is in taza
believe that nearly the entire system
and State taxation is wrong in pris cir
should be changed, and I shall gladly
any plan that will effect a reform.
The situation of Charleston for a com
centre is one of the finest on the Atlanti
but she is sadly behind the most, if i
the cities from Maine to Texas in proi
This is partially due to accident: but not
Her prosperity and growth can be se mri
yet, or she may be left to dwindle and d
do this, however, we must follow the e:
of those citios that are most prospi
whether it is Boston, New Tork, Philad
or New Orleans. We must cease to be s
al. and begin to be liberal in all our actf
I thank you for the kind manner ir
iou have received me, and the indulger
ave granted mo, and tho attention yo
given me; and, in conclusion, will on
that I trust that if we differ in mode
curing the interests of the city, that it
upon no other grounds than honest dir!
nf opinion. But whilo I am regarde
justly, too, the friend of the middling
and tho poor, without distinction of i
color; and while all the citizens of Char
who have selected her as their adopted
may look upon me as a representative of
una while the government of the United
may justly look to me as a representa
the policy she has adopted to settle th
cult.es of the past-that my devotion t<
and all of them will not be greater th
devotion to the best interests of the i
The application of Mr. Jno. Blanch
Junk-shop LioenBe was referred to the
mit tee on Licenses.
The petition of Louis Fitzgerald to be
ed to put up a etc om engine in Cbarlotte-i
was referred to the Mayor.
The petition of Jno. Prara, executor,
allowed permission to renew City Stock
was lost. The necessary regulations h
been complied with, the, petition was gri
The Mayor read a memorial from the Tn
of the Charleston College, showing its fia
condition, and the impossibility of the
tees to conduct it without the aid of Co
On motion of Alderman Wragg, the mee
was referred to a special committee of i
The Mayor appointed Aldermen Wragg,
our and Marshall.
Sundry bills were referred to the Como
The report of the City Attorney, in whii
stated that the appeal of the Southern Er
Company for a writ of prohibition from
levied by the city, was heard in Columbii
argued before the Court of Errors, by v
the appeal was dismissed.
Tho Mayor stated that Mr. W. N. Hu<
who was selected by Council as City Ass
and subsequently appointed by the M
had signed the required bond with suffi
security. The bond was approved by Co
Alderman Wragg, from the Commits
Tidal Drains, presented several bills, n
were referred and read; the report of the 1
er was received as information.
Alderman Wragg, from the Committei
tho Artesian Well, read a report relative ti
use of the well water by tho Charleston B
showing that the privilege was origil
Kranted to Mr. Mixer for one year, and thi
was expected to pay when Council demai
the same. The Committee recommended
the prayer of tho proprietors of the hot?
not granted, and that a sum of $600 per an
Alderman Easton opposed this report, at
just and prejudicial to enterprise.
Alderman O'Neill requested that the re
lie over until the next meeting, when a r
would be ianda. Granted.
The Committee on St. Michael's clock
ported that five applications had been m
which were still sealed, but as a nombi
persons wished to present estimates, i
movod that the time be extended to the i
regular meeting of Council. Adopted.
Alderman Gerdts, from tho Committee
Streets, read a report of tho street departm
showing the expanse for tbe last two mon
from October 21st to the 20th November, tc
$297-150; from November 21 to Decemboi
to be $2929 25; cost of tho sidewalk on I
The Committee on Licenses reported fa
ably on sundry applications for licenses.
The Committee on Accounts reported fa1
ably on sundry bills.
lu accordance with the request of Cou
the Mayor said that he would make moni
reports of the tidal drains. He read a rep
which was received as information.
The Mayor stated that, in accordance n
the resolution of Council, ho hal consul
>vith the Chief of Police, and recommended
name of Lieutenant J. C. Campbell aa
officer to be dropped. Owing to his stat;
health he was often unable to attond to his fc
of duties, and as tho Council had determined
reduce the Police force, it was necessary
bave efficient officers. He regretted exec
ingly to make this recommendation, but v
compelled by a strict sense of duty to offer I
name of Lieutenant Campbell. In connecti
with this subject the Mayor read the folio wi
CEASLESTO?, Decembor 21st, 1867.
To Hon. P. C. OaUicrd, Mayor, and C
DEAS Sins-The undersigned, officers a
members of tho Fire Dopartmoat, learn that
the 1st January noxt, a odange of somo irapc
tanco is to take place in our Polic 3 Dopartme
m relation to the reduction of tho number
others and men.
We ask your interest in this change for Lie
tenant Cam 'bell. Ho is well known to our d
partaient, and we rec immend him as tho mt
for duty during the time of fires. He is tam
iar w.th our wants, always promptly executn
them to our entire satisfaction.
Very respectfully, your obedient servants,
M. H. Nathan, Chief Fire Department ; rt. 1
Alexander, 1st Assistant Chief ; J. A. Quac]
en bush, President 2Etna Fire Co.; B. S. Du
yea, President EagleF. E. Co.; W. E. Holme
President Phoenix Fire Co.; Hugu Fergusoi
President Palmetto Fire Co.; Jas. S. Wester
dorff, President Young America Co.; E. I
Euston, President of Pioneer Co.; James (
Lacoste, President Charleston F. E. Co.; ?
Y. Tapper, President Vigilant F. E. Co.; Jc
seph Hilton, Foreman C. H. and L. Co., Nc
1 ; A. Stommerman, President G. F. E. Co.
C. P. Aimar, 2d Assistaut Chief; B. M. Sire
bel, Cl rk and Superintendeut F. D.; J. B
Steinmoyer, Jr., President Marion F. E. Co
W. H. Smith, President Hope Fire Co.; Gee
L. Buist, President Stonewall F. E. Co.; J/?
B. Martin, President Washington Co. y>
We, the undersigned, members of theBj?.T o:
Underwriters, conour in the within/**
B. Heriot, S. Y. Tupper, A. L.JP*!a8i Col
burn & Howell, J. L. Honour, Jr , Co-'
per Joseph g. Gibbes, Hugerjr"aveueL
A ballot being held, Li/^n!W3t Campbell
was retained, and, after ./* discussion, it was
decided that Council sb/** vote for tbo ??<**
tbey wished dr?ppe**3*? 0Q th0 baUot beiD*
taken Lieuteiian/^aley received the largest
..umber o:vote/Td T9 Adored dropped.
Alderman,?^^e offered a bill to abolish the
office of is/r*1 ot St- Michael's Clock, which
rec-iva^T first reading.
iit^maa Bavenel gave notice ot a bill to
fn/T tho quarter's interest of the city debt
/?vi due, which reo3ived its first reading.
Alderman Euston offered a preamble con?
cerning the he.o.c conduct of policeman Cahill
in arresting a criminal as he was leaving a
burning house, and tho following resolutions:
Resolved, That -the conduct of policeman
Cahill was aa act of good conduot and gallantry,
deserving the thanks of the c.ty and of every
Resolved, That policeman Cahill ia deserving
of promotion, and th?t such promotion shall
I take place at the earliest moaant,
A long discussion iu reference to the o
currency followed, which was entered into
nearly every Alderman, present, hut no final i
lion was taken.
Alderman Courtenay offcrod a rosoluti
that the Detective Office be allowed a dork
heretofore, with the eame pay as a policems
The resolution of Alderman Honour that t
City Assessor should he allowed the sar
privilege waa lost.
The Mayor stated that Alderman Part
would be assigned to the committees on Bri
and Wooden Buildii gs, on Contracts, and i
Public Buildings and Grounds.
FBEIGHT RATES AT SAVANNAH.-Tue followii
are tho rates of freight quoted at Savannah:
To Liverpool, on uplands, Jd.; on sea island
|@?ch; throuch via New Vorn, by steam, c
uplands, 15-16d.; on sea islands, 13-16d. 1
Havre, ljc. on uplands, and l$e. on sea island
To Bremen, l^c. Coastwise freights by sa
are in good supply at better rates, without
large amount o f small tonnage. To New Yor
by Bteam, lc. on uplands, ljc. on sea island,
cn domestics; by sail, ?c. on uplands, $9 t
lumber, aud $1.50 on rice. To Boston, 1
steam, lc. on uplands; by sail, ?c. on upland
12c. on rough rice, in tierces $2; on lumber
?lu. From the Ogecchee, ?ltamaha and S
till*, rou?h rico is - 2@4c. better. To Philade
pliia, by steam, |c. on uplands, $1.50 on ric
75c. on domestics. To Baltimore, by Bteai
|c. on uplands, $1.75 on lice; on lumber. 1
sail, $9. Cuban freights on lumber are one
in? at $8@10.
Comparing theso figures with our own v
find our rates to foreign ports fully up to thei
quotations, while in coastwise freights there
a conspicuous difference. By steam, to Ne
York, our cotton rates have been ?c. fi
some weeks, and is only now ?c. against 1
there; to B iston, ?c. here, against lc. ther
to Philadelphia $2.25 per bale, against jc, <
say $3.75 per bale there; to Baltimore, Jc. her
jo. there. These are for local figures, but v
may add that our "through rates" are like wie
lower to Now York and Boston; and to Balli moi
and Philadelphia theie is a still greater savin
via Charleston. Shippers at interior point
will find this out upon examination and ii
THE WOOD-WOBK AT THE NEW CUBTOJ
HOT7SE.-Tho following letter, in relation t
the wood-work at the new customhouse, he
been handed to us for publication. It is scarce
ly necessary to say that Mr. Bussell did nc
desire to claim any ci e lit that is not his due
and we are only too happy to give all prope
praise to the ingenious workmen of Charlestoi
To ihe Eddors of the News:
Allow me to correct an error in your issu
of yesterday morning.
lu the local paragraph relative to tho factor
of Messrs. Bussell -k Co., credit is given thos
grntlomcn for tho wood-work of the now cu?
tomhouse. The agreement to make tho dooie
sashes and shutters for the principal story an
a portion of thc upper story was awarded thea
gentlemen by the Collector, who hus the outir
cojtxol of the work. Tho wood-work wa
done by mechanics employed by the Collectoi
and theremainiug sashes, &c, are now bein,
made (hy hand) upon the promises.
Certainly Borne credit is due those who, b
their mechanical skill, perform as good wor
as machinery. Although, ns is remarked i
said article, time and money is saved thereby
THE STBEETS AND DBAINS ON THE NECK.-.
tax-payer, in the following letter, describea f,
forcible terms tho condition of the streets oi
Charleston Neck; and the necessity of an im
mediate cleaning uut of the drains, at least, is s
ovident that it needs no explanation. Of cours
tho city is checked at every corner by want c
means; but the health of tho public require
that the streets should bo kept in a clean con
ditton, and it is better to spend money in pre
venting sickness than in providing hospital
for those who may be attaoked by malarie
To the Editors oj the Davy News :
GENTLEMEN: rnrougu mo modinni of yon
valuable journal I would beg Lo draw the at
teution of the proper city officials and th
general public to the wretched state of th
streets and drains on Charleston Neck.
The crain from Coming to Butledge-strec
baa been entirely neglected, and the const
quence ia that tho stench from the stagnan
water ona accumulated filth is even at this Bes
son extremely offensive to the nasal organs.
Many tax-payers, to my kuowiodge, ore coe
rinced that if tho proper authorities paid a
much attention to the drainage and repair c
aire?is and sidewalks on thu Nee.; as in th
lower warns, we should not have had so mon
cisea of fever (from malaria) the past sum
mer. I would ask, is it moro important t
ntve fine sidewalks in front of rich men'
houses, or to add to the sufferings of the poo
by paying little or no attention to the usus
modes of prevention. As we contribute ou
quota to thb general fund, we have a right t
nave our wants attended to as well as ou
If rou want cheap Blank Booka;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes
Kiper, ftc; or, MILLEB'B Almanac;
lt you want Printing executed neatly;
li you want Books bound in any style, or Ac
count Books made to order, With any dosiroi
pattern of ruling, go lo HIBALI HABBIS, NO. 5
FOE Quotations of Bonds, Stocka, CouponB
Bank Bills and Money, see cvory Friday morn
ing, in this psper, by Andrew M. Moreland
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street. t
FOB THE NEW YEAB.-It will bo seen ii
another column that the firm of Bonafont &
Salas has been dissolved. Mi'. Bamon Salas
will, in future, conduct tho ?business, and he
offers, in to-day's issue, inducements that
would convince any oue that the Spanish trade
is one of tho most important that vieta this
port. Mr. 8ala8 ie the agent for tho celebrated
La Valentina segar factory in Havana. He
offers to the trado, both in Charleston aud tho
country, choice bra-ads of tho best Spanish
segare, besides domestic tobacco of all kinds.
THE BBOEEBAOE AND EXCHANOE BUSINESS.
Our readers will notice in our paper the card o?
Mr. E. L. Barre, who has opened an office at
No. 141 East Bay, where be1 will attend to sales
of real estate, and do a general exchange and
brokerage businea*. Thi6 gentleman's long
business experience, and bis knowledge of the
local aid hairiness wanta of tho city, eminently
fit him i^the successful pursuit of tho avoca?
tion that he has chosen. His office is central
and/conveniont, and the public will have no
d/mcuity in being served to thoir satisfaction
'on apphcation there. He advertises a valua
blo and elegantly, localed lot on Rutledge Ave?
nue, which will afford a fino position for a
pai-son desirous of securing a superior sito for
AVALUABLE FEBIILIZEE.-0 iu\^***^^s
notice iu another part of ihl^1^'-1' an a^vcr_
tisement of guano tom>^1;iua o? Bodun
da. Thc appUrathy-^* inauure? to th? im*
nrovement op^)x^ now becomo a neccuaity
to the q^^8-^3 o? lhe South, where succes?
sive ???ps without change have generally nb
gttaoted the fertility or the land. 'Ino guauo
from the Isla ".a of Boduada is highly ooui
monded for ito valuable properties, and our
planters will do well, to give this article a fan
test, it being classified among thc best ma?
nures by those who should havo a correct
knowledge cf its virtues. The agents here are
Messrs. Willis & Chisolm, on Atlantic wharves,
who are prepared to give all the necessary in?
formation, and supply any quantity of the ar?
ticle that may be wanted,
JP. H. ii.
Are synonymous with Health, Strength and Yigor
Tuc secret will be revealed by investing in a bottle of
PANKNIX'S HEPATIC BITTERS. Foi- gale by all
? Druggists, W
Dress Plaids, Alpaca, Delaines, Marl bo
Plaids, While md Grey Blankets, Shau
Bioods, Hosiery, ftc, ??c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Will sell THIS DAT, commencing at 10 o'clock,
their Ca*h Auction House, No. 65 Has cl street, i
GALLA FLAIDS, Cassimeres, Satinet. Korso
Morinoes, Alpacas, Delaines, Ginghams, Strip
BLANKETS, Shaker Flannels, C. Flannel, Shh
Merino and Cotton Hose and Half-Hose, Umbre?
Nook Ties, Suspenders, Cutlery, Watches, Co
forts, ScariB, Hoods.
Bbls., kegs and cases WHISKEYS and LiQUOr
Conditions cash. January 1
Estate Sale-Valuable Sea Island Colton Pla
talions on John's Island.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHEWE?
On TTJESDAT, 7th January, will be sold at the c
Customhouse, end of Broad-street,
That first-class SEA ISLAND COITON PLANT
TICN, situated on Steno River, John's Island, knoi
as the .?Peaceful Retreat." seven miles from Charil
ton, containing about 1100 acres, 100 cleared, a:
well settled in negro houses.
The Land is of tho best quality, and there is a go
landing on the pla e, which steamers to Edle to pc
several times a week.
At tho same time and place,
A valuable SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATfO
on John's Island, one and a half miles from s to
Elver, containing about 700 seres, 210 cleared.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two si
three years, secured by bond and mortgage of t
property, with interest from day of sale. Purchas
to pay C. k M. for papers and stamps.
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
TO-MOEBOW (Thursday), 2d inst., at 10 o'cloc
will be sold at our Auction Sa.caroora, No. 1
A general assortment of DBT GOODS, to close i
vokes-Cassimeres, Satinets, Red and White Fla
nels, Canton Flannels, Blue Plaids, Bleached ai
Brown Shirtings, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Fan
Buttons, Nubias, Hoods, Ribbons, Spool Corte
Eni ves, Hair Pins, Pencils; with a variety of o th
Conditions cash. January 1
Choice Peach Trees.
BY JOHN G. MILNOB & CO.
On FEU)AT, 3d instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sc
at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street
An invoice of CHOICE PEACH TREES, from t
celebrated Nurseries of John Perkins, Moms tow
7 bundle* Peach Trees, consisting of Hale's Earl
Troth's Early, Cole's Early, Early iork, Crawford
Late, Old Nixon Free, 8mocK's Late, Crawford
A few bundles of the above will bo opened to si
in small lots, others will be reserved in origin
packages for shipment. January 1
Handsome Furniture, Oil Paintings, ??c., ?fi
of a Family leaving the City.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES
Will be sold ou F RID AT next, 3d of January, at N
27 Bull-street, three doors west of untied go, at
1 Large MAHOGANT CIRCULAR EXTENSI0
DINING TABLE-7 leaves
2 large Mahogany Square Extension Dining T
bios-Q and 4 leaves each
Oak Book Case and Secretary, B. W. Marble-tc
Centre Ta. le and Music Stand, L'amask boras ai
Curtains, Chairs, 3 Handsome Oak Boon Cases, lb
ian rabies of Carrera Marble (very handsome), M
hogan Y, B. W. and Bird-eye Maple Double and Si
gie Bedsteads, Wardrobes, and Marble-top Bureau
Washstands, ?cc., English Cut Glass Decanters az
Pitchers, Tumblers, Wiue, Champagne, Cordial, Hoc
and Jelly o lasses, Plates, large and small six
Desert and Fruit, Ice Cream, and Butter Dishes, J
panese Tea Set, French Bronze and Gilt Candel
bra, Candlesticks and Set vices to match, one 7-Octai
Rosowood Plauo, Engravings from .-halespeare an
others, french Clocks, Meehanique. Lamps, Mant
ornaments, Statueta, Vases, Candlesticks, ?tc., kc.
A valuable collection of Oil Paintings and Engra
inga, including some originals and flue coplea iroi
the old masters and others.
i erras cash. mwthfi December 30
Positive S .le of two Choice Building Lots o
the south side of Queen-street, sixth door we*
of King-street, at Auction.
BY SMITH ?a MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Kilt ute Agents, No. 37 Brood-street
On TUESDAY, the 7th of January, at ll o'clock,!
front of the Old Customhouse, east end of Bro .<
street, will be sold,
That LOT OF LAND forme> ly known aa No. '
Queeu-etreet, measuring 63 feet fi ct, by 1S5 e
deep on tue east lino aud 115 feet on the west lin
more or less, back Une 93 feet, more or less; uoundc
east by M. Lam's undertaker's yard, south by St. A:
drew's Hall lot and lands ot T. H. Thayer, and we
oy lands of J. Johnston.
That LOT OF LAND immediately aOJoin'ng tl
above on Ure weat, next bul one to the new Catuol
Church, ?nd being part of what was formerly kn?'V?
as .>o. 79 cjuoen-street, measuring 27 feet iront I
116 feet dee^, more or less.
Tc: ms-one-third cash; the ba'ance in one, tv
and three years; secured aa usual. Purchaser
pay S. k "Cd. for papers and stamps.
Doct. ruber 25 wfmO tu 1
I'.VDER DECREE IV EftUI 1V.
Bank of Camden vs. Ville Ponteaux, et al.
On TCE.-DAY, tho 14th of January next, at ll o'cloc
will b' JiO.d, at tho Old customhouse.
All that I-LANTATTON OB TRAC r OF LAND, Si
nate In the farish of st John's Berkeley, known i
" Cane Gully," containing 2.U26 a res, moro or tea
bouu?ing north on lands of J. Q. Williams, on ti
east on lauds of Vi lo Ponteaux and R. H. Selly, soul
on lands of it. H. Selly, aud west OJ lands of u s
Yule Ponteaux, M. W. Meree and W. Hu ts on, as p<
i lat of W. F. erwin. Surveyor, date 9th Februar,
Terms-One-third cash; bataneo in ono, two tj?
three years, equal instalments, secured by bond <
tho purchaser, und mortgage of tae premiaos, and ?
torest payable animally; the buildings to be Insu e
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papa
and ?tami. e. J. W. G KAY,
December '5 w3 tal Master in Equity.
UNDER DE CHE l? IN EQUITY.
Weston, Administrator of H. Macbeth, vs. Bat
bot, Administrator Kenifick, et al.
On TUESDAY, tho 14th January next, at ll o'cloci
wiU oe sold near the old Customhouse,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDING
thereon, situate on the south aide ot Wentworth
street. No. 41, measuring in front SI feet 6 inches
the same on the back hue, and lu depth 89 feet
inches, be the same more or less; bounding west oi
lands of tho Methodist Protestant Church, cast oi
lamia of W. Proctor, and south on lands now or lat
of Ch ri - top h er Fi Salmons.
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance in one, twi
and three years, socurod by bond of the purchaser
with interest annually, and mortgago of the premises
the buildings to be insured and policy assigned
Purchaser to pay for papera and stamps.
J. W. GB AT,
December 25 w3 tul Master in Equity.
BONDS, STOCKS, COUP INS
BANE BILLS, GOLD AND SILVER
BOUGHT AT HIGHEST RATES, by
AN DBE W M. MOBELAND,
BROKER, No. 8 BROAD STREET.
November 29 fm w2mos
m mwgg?tdm PRICES,
j^tKim AND HEATING
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS, SCHOOLS AND SA?
LOONS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN
CilEiiON, BARKLEY & CO.
No. 150 NESTING STREET,
N?rting?! 2 ames charitotoB, a, c.
Positive Sale of Butter, Stripe, Ham?, $C.
BY T. LC CATER.
WUl bo ?old, THIS DAY, on Brown's Wharf, st t'X
300 Arkins and tubs BOTT EB, some choies Dairy's
13 bbls. extra Sugar-curcd Strips
10 tierces Hares
30 tierces Shoulders
40 tubs Lard.
Conditions cash._January 1
Boote, Shots, Brogans, Gaiters, Balmorals, $:?
BY N. HUNT k SON.
THIS DAY, the 1st J annal,-, si 10 o'clock, [ia
oar Salesroom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will
sell for own,
100 cases assorted, fresh and desirable stock <J4
BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, BALMORALS, GAI?
TERS, ?c., Men's and Boys' Wax and SpUt Brogans,
Youths' Boots. Ladlee', Misses' and Children's di?
tera, Bcots and Balmorals, to which we invite the it.
tendon of buyers.
January 1 ^_
[POSTPONED OX ACCOUNT Oir THE WXATHEB.]
Salt! Salt! Salt! for Axount of the Un?
derwriters and all concerned.
BY J. A. ENSLUW & CO.
TO-MORROW MORNING, 2d instant, at ll o/clock,
will be sold at the stores of G. W. Clark k Co.,
southwest corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
600 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT', damaged on voyage
of importation from New York._January 1
BY MILLIGAN & SON.
WUl be sold, on FRIDAY, 3d instant, at half-past 10
o'clock, at No. 63 East Bay, opposite Boyce's
CONTENTS OF A BASEBY ESTABLISHMENT.
CONSISTING or :
2 BREAD CARTS AND HARNESS, 1 Biscuit Ma?
chine, l Break, 18 Bakers' Pana (new), Selves, 8
Peals, 4 Yeast Tubs. 1 Hop Pot. 3 Gunger Cutters, 2
Troughs, 2 Be ches, 2 Buckets, 16 Cushions, 8
Boards, 1 Large Basket, 2 Small Baskets, 1 Binn, 1
Desk, 8 Candy Jars, 4 Beams Wrapping Paper, ftc.
1 F AIR BAN K'S PLATFORM SCALE-1000 lbs.
1 Cou der Scale
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed Imme?
diately after the Bale. wf2 January 1
Six Horses on account of City of Charleston.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
On FRIDAY, Sd January at 10J? o'clock, will be
SIX HORSES, believed ? be sound.
Furniture of a Family Beelining Housekeeping,
BY SMITH & McCvLXLlTRAY.
Real Estate Afrenta, Nt?. '41 Broad-street.
On FRIDAY, the 3d of January, at ll o'clock, at the
reaid enco No, 46 Pi tt-^ trott, next to the southeast
corner of Calhoun-atreet, irill be sold,
CONSISTING or :
O TL PAINTINGS, Pioturo Frames, Brussels Car?
pet, sofa. Settees, French aid High Post Bedsteads.
Mattresses, PUlows, Wardrolies, sideboardo and Ta?
bles, chairs, Cooking Stoves, Ovens, ai d sundry
other articles._January 1 ?
Five Desirable Farms wi'hin four miles of the
city, comprising the ru. h and valuable Tract
known as the "Happoldt Farm," at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 97 Broad-Street.
On TUESDAY, the 7th of January, at ll o'clock,
at the old Customhouse, ??st end of Broad-street,
wi J be sold,
Th oso FIVE FARMS, contiguous to each other,
numbers 1, 2. 3, 4 and 6, ccntainihg 60, U%, 25*.
12>? and 40 yi acres respectively, more or less, sad.
lyla ? between the right of way of the Sooth Carolina
Railroad and the Ashley River, with a settlement
and outbuildings on Farm io. 0. -
Tbey are easilv accessible to the city by two rail?
roads, by the Plank Road, and by the Ashley River.
These Farms offer most desirable and lucrative in?
vestments on account not only of their proximity
and accessibility to the cit} , but of their productive
fertility as vegetable or bea [aland Cotton lands.
These Farms will be sold, one with the privilege of
the regaining four.
Plats can be seen at our o ince.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance m 1,3, and 8
years, secured as usual. Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. tuwimtu6 December 3T
?vurttonefra*' jprioote Salea. 7
Sta island Cotton Plantation, Bray's Island,
on Poeotaligo Ewer.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
The valuable SEA ISLAND- COTTON PLANTA?
TION known aa BRAY'S ISLAND, containing 978
acres of Land, of which 360 acres are excellent Colton
Landa, 76 Marsh Land under bask ter Cotton. 160 in
Woods, and balance In marsh, mostly hard and good
for pastures. On the place there isa settlement, end
it hus been planted this season.
Apply as s bo ve at No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
December 33 mw?
(Oohing ano /nrnisijina, ?ooos.
Large Stock of
MEN AND BOYS
rE TAILORING DEPARlTaENT^/^E?^
WITH an elegant assortment/ gJgKSg
OASSIMERES and VESTTNGS..-*fc?i??1D ** m*a0
uo under the care of a Firsi>?,-M Cusser.
West S?^ ^ne .^oor South of
^ Market Street.
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent,
B, W. McTUREOUS, Supt.
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOB 110.
Address ALLEN G. FOWLES,
No. 3 Park Bow, New Yolk.
October 21 mwf3mo
A Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat,
Requires imm?diate attention, and should be checked
If allowed to continue,
Irritation of thc Lungs, a Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consumption,
is often the result jr
BROWN'S BR ?fl(JUL Mflj?:
Having a direct influence to the parts, sm, Ca>
d?ate relief. For Bronchitis, A&plsesses,
tarrh, Consumptive and Titos**.
Troches are used with always goody* Use thea
Singers and Public Snf
to clear and strenaihen the va^./f.ocHXs,'' tn*
Obtain only -Bnow.-f'a Bf/^*?*?Wa| that aro
do not take any of me Ijfe & ur????,
be offered. For^egj&r?*ggg^
October ?8 /