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-Gold clo sod in Now York yesterday weak
-Cotton waa lees active and prices un?
changed; common grades dull and drooping;
sales 2200 bales, at 244c.
-There were no market reports from Liver?
pool an account of the elections.
-Bank runners in New York have their wal?
lets chained to their wrists.
-The Boston Post calls Professor Watson,
ot the Michigan University, who discovers all
the asteroids, a planet-bagger."
-A portion o? Forepangh's Monageric was
destroyed by fire in Philadelphia on Satur?
-A Fenian soldier of the British army has
been sentenced to six hundred and seventy
days imprisonment at Knrrachee, for using
"traitorous language respecting the Queen."
-The Boston Transcript ia afraid if all tho
"States this year have Thanksgiving Day on
November 26, that "there may not be tuikeys
enough to go round."
-Rudolph has issued a challenge to Carme
?to play two games, American carom, push shot
.barred, and for one thousand doll rs a side,
. each one, on whatever tables Carme may select.
-General B. F. Butler has written a letter |
in which he says: "The South has no firmer
friend than I am and havo ever boen;" and he
further declares ho bears no hatred to the :
South, or Southern men as such.
-Georgia did not elect Congressmen last
week. The election does not occur until Feb- ,
ruary ; but both parties made their nomina- .
lyons'some time since. Florida, also, does not (
.elect its Representativo until January.
-The Louisville Courier-Journal says : From 1
present appearances Seymour's majority will <
be about 75,000. Tho vote will bo tho largest <
ever cast in the State, Seymour's being about ]
116,000 and Grant's about 41,000. ]
-Thurlow Weed has returned from Europe
with.his daughter, in improved health. Ho
.does not intend, however, to resume either 1
- his editorial labors or his active participation ;
in public and pMitical affairs. He may spend
a portion of the coming winter in the South. '
-An English paper says that Disraeli has <
discovered a remarkable move in chess. It ]
may be freely described as follows : "If you
find yourself hopelessly beaten, look your ad?
versary coolly in the face, turn the board round '
aa unobservedly as you can, so that his pieces '
appear to become yours, and say 'Mate' before <
he can protest. ' 1
-News from Paraguay is to tho effect that j
the allies have reconnoitered tho position held j
by Lopez, and that it is thought to be xmas- (
sailable. Advices from South America via the
cable report that the allies bad made an attack
on the position o? Lopez, and had been re- 1
pulsed with heavy loss. Tho Brazilian iron- 1
clads had bombarded Augustine, but without ]
?fleet. There were rumors of a revolt against 1
President Sarmiento in the Argentine Confede- (
-A dispatch from St. Louis to the Cincin?
nati Commercial says: "A very careful estr 1
mate of thc number of white men disfranchised
in Missouri by the constitutional test oath
fixes the figuro at ninety-five thousand. In :
. this city and county alone there are eighteen
thousand (?). In the Sixth and Ninth dis- *
tricia there are twenty-two thousand five hun?
dred. The State constitution will probably be
so amended before 1870 as to allow the disfran?
chised to vote al or before the next Presiden?
-The New York Commercial Advertiser, of
Thursday afternoon, has tho following: "Mr.
H. T. Helmbold, so well known throughout tha :
United States for his extensive advertisement :
of patent medicines, extracts, ?cc, was this
morning seized with symptons which lcavo no
doubt of his insanity. He had been for some
time complaining, but until this morning noth?
ing of a nature to alarm his friends and family
had occurred. By "toe advice of his physician,
he was sent at once to the insane asylum. Last
?vening, on the occasion of the opening of a
new drug establishment of Mr. Helmbold's, on
Broadway, he distributed, free to all visitors,
over one thousand bottles of champagne."
-The Captain General of Cuba denies that
he prohibited the American Consul at Havana
from sending a dispatch by the Cuba cable to
Washington. Newa of the proposed filibuster?
ing expedition against Cuba was promptly re?
ceived in Havana and the necessary preparations
made for its reception. The inhabitants of tho
City of Puerto Principe and vicinity have uni?
ted in an address to the Captain General of
Cuba, regretting the depredations of the re?
volutionists, and offoring their services to quoll
the rebellion. The signers of the address hopo
for speedy poaco, and believe the inauguration
of tho reforms given by tho mother country
will soon bring about that result. Colonel
Quiros has retorne! to Saitiago de Cuba from
the insurrectionary district. Ho was unable
to remain there any longer, as ho waa without
provisions, and the region was entirely bare.
Continuous rains in Cuba during tho last
week have prevented the grinding of sugar on
-A decision was made on Saturday in tho
United States Circuit Court tor the District of
Massachusetts, in the famous Howland will
case, adverse to thc pkintiff, Mrs. Edward H.
Green, better known as Miss Hetty Robinson.
This lady sued to have a will of her aunt set
aside on the ground of its being a violation of
a contract previously mado with her. The
whole case rested on tho admission of the de?
position of Mrs. Green, and this tho court de?
clared inadmissible, so far as a contract be?
tween her and Mrs. Howland, and the bill of
complainant was dismissed with costs. An
appeal to the United States Supremo Conrt
was taken for the complainant. Had
Mrs. Green succeeded in having the will
eet aside she would have obtained an addi?
tion of $2,500,000 to hor present fortune ot
$6,000,600, making $8,500,003 in all. The chief
point of mteiest in tho case was that the al?
leged contract which was set up to defeat the
will was pronounced by the opposing parties to
.be a forgery. Tho signature is so exact an im"
itation that it waa held one must have b
traced over the other. An expert testified
the trial that the cbsuces against any pera
being able to write two genuine signature!
exactly alike were as one to several millions
-It is groatly to be desired that Gem
Grant's known partiality for cigars may in
him to an act of grace by securing tho red
tion of the revenue duty upon that arti
We never knew a good smoker who was
generous enough to wish that everybi
should smoke good cigars. His keen appn
ation of the weed will enable him to une"
stand the immense amount of suffering d:
inflicted upon a large proportion of his (elli
citizens by the present onerous tariff, p?rti
larly among those who do not enjoy the prin
ly income of the General of our armies. ]
peiience has taught the fact in all counti
that op-ressive duties are suicidal in th
action, always defeating the object aimed
Notwithstanding the largo revenue eollec
upon imported cigars, tbero is every reason
bolievo that mcr? tuan ono-half of tho qui
tit-y used in this country aro smuggled, a
will continue lo bo so as long as the indu
ments of extravagant prices remain.
WEDNESDAY MOEN INO, NOVEMBER 13, 18G
(The Effect Of thc Elections.
It is but two weeks since the result of tl
Presidential election was made known, ai
already the-/e is a change for the better
the general prospects of tho State. The
has not Heeu as yet any conspicuous reviv
of business, nor any marked advance in tl
value of real estate-although in son
quarters there has been an improvement i
the selling price of cotton lands-but thei
is more cheerfulness cud confidence in tl
demeanor of the people, an outward ev
dence of the inward con?ciousness that th
turning has been reached in the long lan
of perplexity and trouble.
We are not flattering ourselves with th
belief that General Grant is a Democrat, o
that his accession to the Presidential chai
will make every politician honest and ever;
Republican sincere. Less than this wil
Batisfy our desire?; for our mim stumbling
block during the beginning and completioi
of the scheme of reconstruction was th
dread that the morrow had in store a gloou
more intense than the darkness of to-day
There was BO expectation that we shoulc
lightly overcome t'.? depression cau3ed bj
four years of unsuccessful war, and oui
wishes have been confined, for the mcsl
part, to being able to follow without inter?
ruption our usual avocations, and to having
it believed, by way of variety, that overv
Southern man is not of necessity a rowdy
)r a knave And it is because the success
)f the republican party bids fair to gratify
hese our modest aspirations, that the peo?
ple are more buoyant in manner and per?
haps light of heart.
The South made a good fight for Seymour
md. Blair. There was no shame in our de?
feat, and it is a comfort to know that, os a
London journal expresses it, "the election
"of Grant carries with it no condemnation
'of Democratic principles." The political
cattle wa9 fought and was lost. There was
io appeal from the decree of the nation,
-.nd as the occupation of kicking against
he pricks is singularly unprofitable, it was
july left us to do the best we could with
he material at our command. It required
io explanation to make this fact intelligi?
ble, and it was equally clear that what we
jail bad might very well have been worse.
Now that the strife of party is over, there
is little fear that the South will be misrep?
resented and slandered. Politicians who
iiave no longer anything to gain by our
"rebellious spirit," can afford to be gener?
ous and just. Tales of Ku-Klux-Klans, of
murders, and of outrages, will not be thrown
upon a glutted market, aud it will not be
gravely asserted that the South is the tomb
of capital and the abiding place of insecu?
rity, lawlessness and disorder. The neces?
sary for these calumnies is past. While the
Radicals were struggling for another lease
of power, they were not over scrupulous
In selecting their weapons; but now that
the political goal is reached it is the object
of the Northern Republican as of the North?
ern Democrat, to enable the South to do her
part in increasing the wealth and provid?
ing for the debt of the Union. In this the
interests of the two sections are one and
the same, and if the North has more to lose
the South has more to gain.
With no horrid tales of riot and murder
to fright the Northern capitalist; with a di?
minution in the number and influence of
the graceless knaves who havo excited
against us thc animosity of the freedmen;
with an absolute settlement for four years
of our Federal political status, what is there
to prevent us from becoming prosperous and
rich ? What we most needed was some?
thing settled and determined, and this we
now have. Gradually the colored people
will see the wisdom of working with the
whites for the common benefit, and a sense
of progress and of peace must make every
description of property more valuable,
while it stimulates the employment of capi?
tal and hastens the coming of a cycle of
social quiet and healthy commercial activity.
All that we ask is fair play. Give us
this, and our people will do the rest.
Tbe Hude n Canal.
A number of New York capitalists have
formed themselves into a company for con?
structing a ship canal across tho Isthmus
of Darien, at an estimated cost of one hun?
dred million of dollars.
The vast advantages to American com?
merce which must be derived from a canal
connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans
at thc narrowest point of the American
continent, are so obvious as to need but
little explanation. It is for the trade of
tho East that the nations of Europe are
contending. In a short time the famous
Suez canal will be finished, and Eastern
commerce will then flow into the new chan?
nel. To Europe, the gain will be immedi?
ate, and even America will fall heir to some
part of the saving in time aud cost cf
transportation. But our geographical po?
sition enables the United States to secure a
route to the East that shall be shorter, bet?
ter and more direct, and one that will
achieve for the American Union even larger
results than Europeans can hope to derive
from the grand work which is now ap?
At the narrowest point, the Isthmus of j
Darien is only thirty-four miles in width.
On the Pacific side there is an indentation
which can be converted into a safe and spa?
cious harbor. A small cutting has made
the rivers Alrato and San Juan, which flow
into either ocean, navigable by small boats,
and these riverc present the advantages of
head waters available for the canal during
the entire year. The whole cost of a canal
ut this point, one hundred and fifty feet
wide at the bottom and thirty-one feet deep,
will fall short of $100,000,000, the pro?
posed capital of the new company.
The opening of the Darien canal would,
in connection with the Pacific railroad,
bring the commerce of the opulent East to
our country, while it would be the means
of extending the influence of the United
States over the entire continent south of
the Rio Grande. The South American
States are being rapidly developed, and ns
the Pacific States grow in wealth and im?
portance the want of a shorter route lo the
Atlantic will be greater and more apparent.
There is no danger of overestimating the
effect of the proposed canal upon our na?
tional trade and commerce, .ind it must not
be forgotten that in the general progress
and improvement the South would certainly
share. While the United S:afes are one,
the benefit of the part must be in a meas?
ure be the benefit of the whole, and the wave
of wealth which passes over (he North must
be filt throttghcut the Southern States.
WE DESIRE lo return our thanks to our
jonteD'poraries of the State press and te
jur courteous and indefatigable correspon
lents throughout South Carolina, for the
promptitude and exactness with which they
aave furnished to us the returns of the late
Presidential and Municipal elections. Their
kindness hus enabled us to publish full and
jomplcte tables of the vote in the different
bounties and Congressional Districts, which
:ould not have been had in any other man?
ier, and we shall hope to show our high
ippreciation of their good will and practical
issistance by making THE NEWS more than
iver worthy of their friendship and support.
THE Greenville Ealerprise says that it is
lighly probable that thc Air Line Railroad
rom Atlanta will pass n'a Gainesville
Jeorgia, and theuce through Greenville to
iharlotte, North Carolina. Spartanburg
South Carolina, is al-'o expected lo bc on c
ery near the new line. The Enterprise
hinks that "( rccuvillc will be the receiver
'of all the benefiis that can bc imagined by
.being on the line of this thoroughfare, and
'if the expectation of the road passing im
'mediately, or very near, by the town i
'realized by sclual vurvey and location
'then Greenville will lift up her head and
'continue in the lead as the queen city of
'the mountains, for population, trade, kc
'(and why not manufactures), besides her
'advantages of literary institutions."
THE General Fnight Agent of the Char
otte and South Carolina Railroad gives
otice that his company is forced to discon
inue issuing through receipts or guaran
eeing rates to or from New York." This is
he end of the magnificent promises and
loasting declarations of the famous "Upper
3TURK AM) DWELLING I\ KIN Gs
3 STREET TO RENT.-1 he Store and Dwelling
n tho cast side ot' King-street, four doors above
icorc -street. Ibo Store has Glass Froi.t, the
) welling quito comfortable lora pood sizofumily,
ri th cistern und well water in the kitchen. The r> nt
riD be low to rn mod tenant Apply to JACO U OT
fOLENGUI, Charleston Hotel.
November 18 3
RU KENT, A FINE CORNER GROCERY
STAND on King-strict, with fixtures complete,
ferme moderate. Apply at No. 189 EAST BAY.
November 18 Imo*
RO RENT, A NEAT TWO-AND-A-HALF
STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-street. Apply
,t No. 452 KINii, corner John-street.
November 18 wfni
RO RENT, TWO AIRY AND PLEAS.
ANT ROOMS. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
November 17 2*
IO KENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER
Apply at THIS OFFICE. October 2*
RO KENT. THE TWO UPPER FLOORS
of the DAILY NEWS Building, Fuitahle for efhecs,
tc. Apply at THE N EWs OFFICE.
FOR RENT. THAT PLEASANTLY
situated REi<IDENCE. No. 12 Bee-strcct, north
|0. S. Arsenal. For particulars applv at No. 25
lAYNE-ST'.tEET. SW September 12
Itt) KENT, A PLEASANT HOUSE AT
. No. 19 Coming-street, one door west ot Went
vorth-street, with all necessary outbuildings. Ap
>ly to Mr. JOHN D. ZAN03A, corner King and *.
iety streets. Nov mber Iii
RO RENT, THREE LARGE AXD AIRY
ROOMS in that pleasant residence. No. C3i
\ING-STllEET, two doors bel >W ' Upper City Guard,
louse." Also, two KITCHEN ROOMS. Apply nt
i BOYE RESIDENCE. November 3
RO RENT, AT MODERATE KATE,
to a good tenant, that desirable and pleasantly
?ituateU two and a half-story WO? 'DEN DWELLING,
!io. 112 St. I hilip-stroet, east fide, midway between
bannon aud Morris-streets. For particulars, apply
m the PREMISES, in rear of thc building.
November 17 2
COOPER RIVER PLANTATION.-TO
Rent. "BENEVENTO" Pl ANTATION on
'oopcr River, containing ono hundred and twenty
icrcs of choice Rico Laud, anl sufficient back water
o mako a crop.
The above place will bo rented for one, two and
bree years, apply to
GEO. H. INGRAHAM k SOS,
November 4 w3 Vanderhorst's wharf.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPER}?, IN
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred, topi'.
it the Office pf the DAILY NEWS. Februarv 2c
MULE AXD HARNESS FOR SALK.
A fine, well bmke four year old MULE and
HARNESS for sal ?, comer Cumberland and State
itreets, by F. W. CLAUSSEN.
Novena' er IC uiw2
FOR SALE, A FEW GOOD MULES AND
HORSES. Mav be seen at tho subscriber's ?ta
jle, Qu.en-st., bctwecu Friend and Mazyck.
November 13 fmw3 P. WEST.
MARKET FARM WITHIN THE CITY
LIMIT*), FOR SALE.-That valuable MAU?
SET FARM, formerly Provost Farm, one of the best
:>n Charleston Neck, the property of the late Thomas
Lynch, in rear ol' J. J. and P. Noisett's tami, mu?
ling from Ucslcr-strcct to Ashley River; containing
iliout 42 acres ol clear planting and marsh land,
frith two Dwelling Houses and all necessary out
juildings on thc same; with a range i f marsh laud
fenced in for the raising of hogs and stock.
Fur furth'T particulars apply to
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
October 30 No. IC" East Bay.
rn?lK FRANKLIN-STREET HIGH
_L SCHOOL wa-i reopened on Monday, November
lt!, for the year ending June 30.1809.
W. W. TAYLOR, rrincipal.
November 17 2
BOARD.-ONE OR TWO PLEASANT
South Room?, with good Hoard lu a private
Ijmily in the lower part of the city. Apply al THIS
OFFICE. mw; November ic
OFFICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE, )
Sole Imp?t ter nf the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, !
No 23 Beaver-strcet. [
NEW TOM, NOT ember 3, 1868. J
To thc People of the Southern Stn.tea s
WHEN THE T?RE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now 90 widely knonn as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was in'roduced iuto tlic world under
the endorsement of four thousand leading members
of the medical profession some twenty years ago, its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all ni-w and o?c"ul
preparations. Hr, therefore, endeavored to invest il
with s'.rongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to lender all attempts to pirate it dim
cult and dangerous. It wa? submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them thc purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article wetJ forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all the leading practitioners iu
the United States, for purposes ot experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation aud a
report of Ihc result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of thc most eminent medical men in
thc Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had laue been wanted by
the profession, as no relian ?e could bc placod on the
)rdiu :ry liquor* of commerce, all of which were
tnore or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
ucdicil purpose . Ibo peculiar ex ellcuco and
?trength of the oi of juniper, which formed one of
;hc principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
?vifhun unalloyed character of the alcoholic clo?
uent, give it. in the estimation of thc faculty, a
narked superiority over cvory other diffusive stiuju
ant as a diure'ic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
nen of the highest rauk were published in a con
lensed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
.cbnapps, os one of tho guaran teen of its genuine
ie*s. Other precautions against fraud wero Mao
idopted; a patent Wis obtained for thc article, the
abel was copyrighted, a yac simile of thc proprietor's
lutograpb signature wai attached to each label and
tover, hu name aud that of the preparation were em?
bossed on the bottles, and the corks were sealodwith
us private seal. No article had over been sold in
his country under tho name of Schnapps prior to
ho introJuction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
?ebnapps, in 1331; and thc label was deposited, as
lis trade mark, in thc United States District Court
or the Southern District of New York duriug that
It might bc supposed by persons una-quoin'ed
rith the d iring chirac ter of fie pirates who prey
tpoi tho reputation ol honorable merchants Ly vrnd
ng dclcter'ous trash under their name, that tho i ro
cctions sa carefully (brown around those Schnapps
rould have precluded tuc introductions and fale of
ouuterfcils. They seem, however, only to have
timula'ed tho rapacity of impostors Thc trade
nark ot th . proprietor has been stoh-n; ihe indorsc
neiit which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
cceived from the medical profession has becu
laimcd by mendacious humbugs; his labels aud
lottlcs havo becu imitated, his advertisements para
ihrascd, hin circulars copied, and worse than all,
ishnnorahlc retailers, after disposing of thc gcuuiuc
oulcnls of his bottles, have fl'led them up with
ommon gin, thc most dclc'orious of ::ll liquors, and
hus made his name and br^ud n cover for poison.
1 ho public, Ute medical profession and thc sick,
Dr whom tito Scuicjum Aromitic schnapps is prc
eribed as a remedy, arc equally iutercs'c 1 with tho
roprletor in tkcdetoclioi and suppression of these
elnrioue piactici-s. Tho geuuiuc a:licle, mauulac
ared at thc cstab'.ishmcut of thc u>idi-r;igncd in
chicdaui, Holland, ia distilled from a barley of ihc
nest quality, and flavored willi an essential extract
f the berry of tho Italian Jut'lpo -, of unequalled pit?
hy. By a process unknown in the preparation of
cy other liquor, it is lrcod from every acrimonious
nd cor.-o.-ive element.
Complaints have been re-civcd from the leading
hvsicians and families in tho southern btateB of
h-' salo of cheap imitations of thc Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnipp? lu those markets; and travellers,
rho are in tb? habit ol using it as an antidote to thc
iancful influence of unwholesome river water, tts
Lfy that cheap gin, put up iu Schied im bottles, is
nqueiitly palmed off upon the unwary. The
gent* ol tho undersigned have been requested to
ustiltitc inquiries on the r.i bloat, onl to forward lo
im the names of 6uch parties as they moy ancr?
um to bc engaged in thc atrocious system of dorep
iou. In conclusion, Hie undersigned would say that
o has produced, from under thc hands ii thc most
istinguMioa meu of science iu America, proofs un
uswcrablc of thc purity and medicinal excel
mee of thc Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
io has expended many thousand dollars in sur
ouudiug it with guarantees and safeguards, which
ic designed should pro'ect the public and himself
gaiust liaudulcut imitations; that he has shown it
o bc thc only liquor in tho world that can bc uui
artnly depended upon a-? unadulterated; th it ho has
hallenged investigation, analysis, com]iarison and
xporimcnt in nil tis lorui?; an l from every ordoal
he preparation whi.h bears his name, teal and trade
a irk, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
L a duty ho owes to his lelliw-citiz -us generally, to
ho medical proi'Sslon and thc sick, to denounce
ud expose the charlatJU3 who couutcrlcit those evi
.c-ucics of identity, and he calls upon the press and
ho public to aid bim in his efforts to remedy so great
The following letters and certificates from thc
ending physician* and che Hists of this city will
irove to the reader that all goods sold by tnc uudor
lxncaarc alltbat iticv aro rcprc outed lo bo.
I feel bound to say. that I regard your Selina,ips
s being in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
leserviug of medical patronage. At all events, it is
be purest possible article of Holland Oiu. bereto
oro uuobtaiuablc. and as such may bc safely prc
cribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical chemist, New York.
20 I-i.vE-STitKHT, NEW YonK, I
November 21, l?C". j
JooLPno WOLFE, Fsq., Pr?tent:
Dear Sir-I nave made i chemical examination of
, sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with the in
cnt of dcterminitiu if any foreign or injurious sut>
itanee had been added to the simple distilled spirits.
Thc examination has resulted in thc conclusion
hat the sample contained uo poisonous or harmful
,?iui\;ure. I have becu uuablu to discover auy
race ol thc deleterious substances wich are cm
doyed in tho a iuitt ralion of liquors. I would not
?esitato to uso myself or ta recommend toothers,
or medicinal purposes, the Schiedam Schnapps as
tn excellent and unobjectionable variety of gin.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. S EELY, Chemist.
NEW YonK, No. 53 CED.vn-srrtEET. I
November '26, 1SC7 J
JDOLPUO WOLFE, Esq.. Present :
Dear Sir-I have submitted to chemical analvsls
wo bottles ot "Sciiiedam Schnapps," which I took
rom a Irosh package in your bonded warehouse, and
iud. as before, that the spirituous liquor is tree
rom injurious ingredients or falsification; that it
tas the marks ot bi mg aged and not rceeutly prc
lared by mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro
Ucspeciiully. FRED. F. MAYER,
NEW VOBK, 1 uesday, May 1.
[JDOLPHO WOLFE. ESQ. :
Deur Sir-The waut of pure Wines and Liquors
tor medicinal purposes lia; been loug fe'.t by the pro
ession, and thousands ul' lives have been sacrificed
oy tho use ol adulterated articles. Delirium tremens,
?nd oth'-r diseases Ot ?lie brain and nerves, so rife
II ibis country, are very rare m Europe, owing, io a
;reat decree, to the tiiff renee iu the pu-itv of thc
We bav<-tested the several artich-s imported and
sold by y-.'U, including yo-ur Oin, which you scllun
]ei the name of Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps, which
ve consider justly entitled to the high reputation it
aas acquired in this couutry; and from your long ex?
perience as a foreign import r, your liottled Wines
iud Liquors should meet w-th thc samcdetnaud.
Wo would recommend you to appoint some of the
respectable apothecaries in different parts of th* eily
is agents for lite sale of jour Cran ties and Wines,
irhero 'ho profession csu obtain thc same when
aeeded for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise,
W o remain, \our riicdieut -ervants,
VALENTINE MO IT. M. I?., Professor ol Surgery,
University Al. U'cal College, New Jfo k.
J. M. CARNOCHAN, M. D" Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Surgeon-in-rhi -f to the State Hospital,
kc, No. 14 Eott Sixteenth-street.
LEWIS A. SAYRE. M. L\, No. W.Broadway.
II P. DE WEE-, IL D . No. 701 1 roadway.
JOScPH WOKSTER, M D . No. 13) Ninth-street.
KELSON STE1 LE, M. P , Na :?7 Bleeker-* tTccL
JOHN O'REILLY, IL D., No. 330 Fourth street
I). L RAPHAEL, M. D., Prof sor of the Principles
and Practice ot Sur cry. New Vorst Medica'. Col- I
loge, kc, No. ld Ninth-; truel, and others.
Thc proprietor alcc offers for sale.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
imported and bottled by himself, expressly for ruc
Jicinal use. Each O'jttleh.is his certificate ol' its pu?
rity. L'DOhPUU V?"OL.KK.
November ll 3 mos
Ia O. O. F.
SOUTH CAROLINA LODGE NO. L
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THT-;
LODGE will be bcU Thit Evening, at Seven
By order. L. C. LOYAL,
November 18 w Secretary.
BOA?:? OF FIRED! A STE KS.
AREGULAR MEETING OF THIS BOARD
will be held This Evening, at tbe Market Hall,
at seven o'clock. B. M. STROREL,
November 13 1 Clerk and Superintend- n
PUCE MX FIRE ENGINE.
ATTEND A REGULAR MON m LT MEETING OF
your Company, at half-past Seven o'clock This
By order. JOSEPH W. PROVOST,
November 18 1 Secretary pro tem.
GARDENING, HORTIC ULT UHE, ??fcc
JULIES LAVEUONE respectfully informs bia
pat-ons anil the public that he has returned from
Paris and has again located in Ch?ties on, prrpar
to do oil work iu his business, Ruch os LAYING OUT
GARDENS, Trimming Fruit, Ornamental and Shade
Trees, shrubs, Grape Vines, kc, in tho bestand
m"st approved manner, and ut tnt; lowest price".
He ask? those wanting such work done to loa vc an
order for 1dm at the storo of M. H. SOUBEYRO?X
No. 328 King-street, and bo guarantees to give full
He is allowed to rofer to Messrs James H. Eason
G. W. Aimar, L. Chapin, William L. Webb, Thomas
D. Eason, and Benjamin F. Evans.
WANTED. A WHITE GIRL TO NURSE
an infant. Good recommendations required
Apply toT. D. GILLESPIE, Southern Express Office
Meotaug-strcet. November 18
WANTED, BOARD, FOR A GENTLE
MAN, wifo, three chilorca an.) nutso. Will
require two rooms, and p'ain, but substantial, table
Address, stating terms, ftc., "M. S,," Box No. 3h5
Charleston, s. C. November 3
WANTED, BOARD I N PRIVATE
family for Gentleman and wife; location con
venient to Postoffice. Addr. s? H. '.*" Box 434
Charleston Poslollice. October 20
WANTED INFORMATION.-AN Y ON
knowing at.yihing of the whereabouts of Mr
ANTONI' BURK, who left Richmond about fifteen
months since lor Kentucky, will confer a luvor by
addressing his wife, ANNE BURK, Richmond Post
office. Imo* October 10
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT BY A ItK
FUGEEirom Beaufort who han no moans of
support, and is suffering irom want. For further
iniornialiou address REFUGEE through thc Pest
office. October 9
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM
ED to write for thc pr:ss, employment on
ono or nioro Literary Pnjers or Magazims, as
WRITER OE SKETCHES, POETRY, kc. Address
Miss K. E. W., Postoffico, Charleston, S. C.
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
A It V.l. I) MAN, as overseer of bauds, or super
intcndcnl on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other employment that a ono-inned man can
fill. Apply at No. 14 ANN-.-TUEEI. Applicaut can
give good rclurcuecs. September 22
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB
SCRIBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contain!-- all of thc latest publications.
April 21 No. Hil KING-STREET.
VIT ANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
\V writes a plain and legib'e hand, a swindon
?here he cnn carn a livelihood lor the support ol bia
fan Oj. address "Penman." OFFICE DAILY NEWS
IT/ANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
VV TUE LEADING MAGAZL>BS AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rales.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. lill Kmg-strcet.
EMFLO Y M K N T OFFIC E.-S E RV A N TS
can bc obta?uod by appltcatio to the "UNION
U<'ME," Irom9 illili o'clock daiiy.
Servants can al-o Hud placea by application to thc
Kamo place, at thc naine hours Inquire for tho Ma?
tron, corjcr Church and Chalmers ?licet
HOUSE WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
perm ment tenant wishes to root a small but
neat and pleas, uily situated DWELLING, lient
must be mod?rale. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, kc , "A.
B.," OfTiCK DAILY NEWS. September 18
TTTANTED, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
TT thc up-coun'ry, a situation as CLERK in
cilher a Wholesale or Petali Grocery- store; Is ex?
perienced in thc bus inc 41, and cm influence trade.
Best of references given. Address CLERE, through
Charleston Postoffice, soutu Carolina.
TWENTY DOLLARS H E W A lt D.-LOST,
at tho time of tho lireiu Sprlng-s rcct, on Satur
flay, au OPEN FACE GOLD ENGLISH LIVER
WAICH, Gold Di.l; no socoud-haud. Makers,
Gregg, Hayden ft Co. ; No. 2J.0UJ. Also, a Ladies'
GOLD CUltB CHAIN, t-inall BIZ ?.
November IT No. 137 Meeting-street.
DR. J. S. MITCHELL HAS REMOVED
his office and residence to the SOUTHEAST
COUNtR OE KING AND JOHN STREETS.
R E A T A T T II ACTIO X
QUWBrS 4 CO.'S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBI I ION TH1' LARGEST ANO
finest Collection of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in Charleston. They are perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient and modern.
Among thc collortiou may be found SALVATOR
Rt ISA'S HEAD OF CHRIST, Correago's Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's Tide Going Out, A. Delacroix's Ti Je
Coming lu, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Itowhottom's English Scenery, Baxter's
Engl ?ch and Irii-h Scenery, Vic ?rs on tho Uhiue, 'Hie
Jungfruutl, 'ihc Wetlcrhom, Marine Views, and
Tbe public are respectfully invited to call and see
these beautiful Works ol Art. They are offered for
sale at New York prices.
Groat reduction in the price of PORCELAIN PIC?
TURES. Rt cent improv men ts in producing theno
picturrs enable us to now offer them at nearly one
half thc former prices, and lar superior, call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
E-pecial attention given to children. Also to copy?
ing old Daguerreotypes ai-.d ot! er picture-*. Satisfac?
tion in all cases guaranteed, and al prices to corres?
pond with ihc times,
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At Reduce?! Prices.
A tine collect:.'ii ol"
STEREOSCOPIC VIEW3 OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVE I?.
Those ire the first and only Photographs ever taken
in that locality.
Q U 1 N B Y & C O.,
No. 2C1 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KAISERLICHE B LUTREI X I.
For sale by E. H. KELLERS 4 CO.,
September 18 No. 131 Meeting-street
FOB THE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' HOM E,"
WILL DE HELD AT
THE "HOME" IN BROAD-STREET,
OX TBE iSCi DECEMBER NEXT.
THE BOARD CF CONTROL OF THE "HOME"
return their thanks t > thc coramuuity for tho assist?
ance which has been extended them in their under?
taking, and will he thankful for any contributions of
money, provisions and laney articles.
Packages from a distanco will bc transport a free
of charge, by thc Express Company and Railroad?
if directed to Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN, President of
Widows' Home, Charleston. S. C.
N. B.- Positively no Lists for Raffles will be circu?
lated about Hie ball. Chances, if desired, can bc
cured at the respective tables.
BOARD OF CONTROL.
Mrs M A SNOWDEN, Mr* J H Winos,
Mrs D E H?OEB, Mrs C S VEDDEB,
Mrs GEO ROBERTSON, Miss M MIDDLETON.
Mrs J 8 SNOWDEN, Mis? M B CAMPBELL,
Miss M Ulinr.DF.cK, Miss ? E PALMEP,
Mrs HENRY RAVENEL Mi-s ANSA SIMP?ON,
Mrs M P MATHESON.
Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN. Prc-ident.
Mis? MATILDA MIDDLETON, Vice-Prrsident.
Miss Xl. B. CAMPBELL, Sec and Treasurer.
Mrs. J. H. WILSON, Con-esponding Secretary.
?lotircs in Pantapin).
IB TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 18C8-TN THE MATT KR OF
JOHN GASKIN, OF KER-HAW COUNTY, BANK?
RUPT.-PE ITTION FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, thatahear?
ing he had on tho fourth day of Decemb-r. 18G8, at ll
o'clock A.M., at Fcdoral Courthouse in Columbia,
S. C., and that all creditors, Atc, of said Bankrupt
appear at said time and place, and show cause, if
any they can, why the prayer of thc petitioner should
not be granted. And that thc second and third meet?
ing of creditors of said Ilankruiit will bc held at the
ofh.-cofR. B. CARPENTIR, Esq.. Registrar of Sec?
ond Congressional District, on first day of Decemb-. r,
18G8, at l'J M.
By order of thc Court, thc ICrh day of November,
18CS. DAKIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk rf Uic District Court ot tho United sta'o?,
November 18 w2 For South Carolina.
I.\ TI1K DISTKICI' COU UT ('F THE
URIl'ED STATE? FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 1808-IN THE MATTER OF
JAM KS A. BURNS. OF-, BANKRUPT-PE?
TITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE-IN
B INRRUPIVY-Ordered, thal a hearing !>o had on
the twfiitys'zlh dav nf Not-ember, at Federal Court?
house in Columbia, >. C., and that all creditors, fcc,
of said Bank uni app ar at said time aud place, and
show cause, if any they can, why thc prayer of the
petitioner should not be granted; and that tho sccoud
meeting of creditors ol'said Bankrupt will be held at
thc office of R. B CARPENTEB, Esq., Registrar of
Second Congressional District, S. C., on twenty-thud
dnyof November, 1808, at ll A. M.
lyr ord?r of Cc Court thc 30th day of October. 18o8.
CIcik of thc District Court of tho United States
Foi South Carol i ija.
November 1 w3
IK Til IO OISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED SI Al ES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM. 1H?8.-IN THE MATTI-R OF
ROBER I E. COOPER, OF s UM 1ER, BANKRUPT
PETITION FOR FULL AND FIN \L DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY - Ordered. That a hearius be had
on thc Doth day of November, 18ii8, at Fedcr 1 Court?
house in Columbia, s. c.; and that all Crcdi'ors, Acc.,
rf said Bankrupt appear at said '.ino and place, and
show cause, if nuy they can, why the prayor of thc
petitioner should not be g.-.ir.t-'d. And that thc
sec- nd meeting of Creditors of said Bankrupt will bo
Iel I at tlc office of R. B. CARPENTER, Esq.. Regis
trar of the Secoud Congrf ssional District, S. C., on
23-/ day if November, 1808, ut 1 P. M.
H.- order of thc Court, tho 30th day of October,
131-8. DANIEL HORLBECK,
( lcrlt of tho District Court of the U. S. lor S. C.
November 4 ?3
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF LEAF TO BACCO,
CUEWJNG A.XD SMOKING TOBACCO.
oOLE MANUFACTURER OF THE NEW BRAND
"Nervine" Tobacco. Genuine '.Durham" To'-acco
for salo at mauulacturcr's pri -e. Also, importer and
manufacturer ol'Hue Havana and Dom H tic Cigars of
Orders nie -ufed at the shortest notice, and for?
warded to any part of tho conn ry.
it3- PRICE LIST furnished on application.
No. 314 KIXG,
CORNER OF SOCIE1Y-STBEET.
November lfi mws3
ESALAS. AGENT FOR TUE CHARLESTON
. Brauch ot tho Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respectfully invite thu attention
of dealers and smokers to his very large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEOAHS. ot ?di grades
aud sizes, oxc-oJM by few in this country, aud war?
ranted to bo as represented.
Sample boxes sent to tho country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or 3i) days' city accep?
t\o. 118 EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 21 niwfGmo
A good smoke is a perpetual comfort.
" Yacht Club ':
Competent critics pronounco it best for many reasous
It ia m adc iii thc best s;o<'k grown.
The Nicoline is extracted, th'-re aro
No drugs in it consequently it is
Anii-uervous mi's eff-cts.
It hm au oRrocablo, aromatic flavor,
DOCS not bum or sting thc tongue,
Leavos no unpleasant afloriaste in the
Mouth, or disagreeable odor in thc room.
Instead ol exciting thc nervous forces,
It allays irritation and calms them.
We regard it as ibo perfection of
Smoking Tobacco. Ordern fo: elegant
MeerschaU'U Pipes ure being packed daiiy
lu tho varions sized ba"-s in which it is sold,
As an extra iuduciiu nt for luise
Who Jove a goad smoke to Irv it.
"EUREKA" Smoking Tobacco,
Is likewise an exce'lent article of choice Yirgiuia
Tobacco, ol a ncavier body than tho former,
And hence much cheaper in price; m verth-less
It makes an excellent smoke. Orders for
Meerschaum Pipes daily packed in this brand
LORILL Alt D'S
"CEMTURl" ? hewing Tobacco,
Composed of the best cutiing Leaf in the country.
Superior in color, liner in quali.y, an I makes a
Better chew than other brands. Acknowledged
The Lc ding Fine Cut Tobacco wherever t s d.
Respectable jobbers ?md dealers iu all nations
Keep it. and small buyers can save moucy,
Timo and trouble by purchasing o? them.
LORILLARD'? MACCOB )Y, FRENCH RAPPEE
cud SCOTCH f-NUFFS still retain HIP excellent qual?
ities which have made them so f inious cverywheie.
Circulars sent ou application.
P. LORLLLARD, New York.
November 13 liuwltuo
V IC K B B 9 U M II O U S E ,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
First-class Hotel.$3 Per Day.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
HAYING ASSUMED TUE MANAGEMENT OF
this House, respectfully sohciis a share of public pa?
Free Omnibus to aud from thc Bo'.eL
November 13 Imo
BALTIMORE, MA It YEA ND,
Ki ii I vt. A MJ Cv CO., Proprietors.
"Vj E W Y O lt Iv HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
I). .11. I11LDRETII & CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIR.?T-CLASS
HOTEL, as po:iular'y knowu in former times
under thc mauagf r_eu"t ol J. B. MONNOT, Esq.. and
more rcceutly under that of HIRAM CRANS!ON ft
C '., IS now undct the proprietorship of .Messrs. D.
M. HtLDRE I'H ft T. B. ROCKWAY, uuerlhc tirmol
D. M. Ul LD RET H & CO.
The senior partner from his long experience as a
piopricior nf the Ycrauda, St. Lo.n.s and St. Charles
Hotels of Now Orleans, Hatters himself that he can
assure his friends and thc public generally, that its
furmor world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
management, lyr* Fel-ruary 13
?r0reiifs an) tfiisctUntous.
P. BALLANTINE & SON'S
IN B \RRELS AND HALF BARRELS. FOR SALE
by W. H. CHAFEE k CO.,
Asen ts for South Carolina.
Weekly supplies of the above superior ALE wiU be
received and offered to tha trade on liberal terms.
November 18 2
EXTON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
I, ECEIVF.D EVERT WE?-K DIRECT FROM THE
t Manufactory, consisting of FANCY, LEMON,
WI NE AMD BC IT ER CLACKERS.
For sale at Factory prioes, expenses of transporta?
tion adJed, by
W. H. CHAFEE k CO.,
Sole AsentsiT South Carolina,
November 13 2 No. 217 East Bay street.
EIGHTH CASKS PTNET. CASTILLON k CO.'S
Eighth ciiBks Neignette Brandy
Eighth and quarter casks Domestic nrondy.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE k CO.
November 13 2
t??\ BARREIS RYE AND B lURBON WHISKEY
OU 20 half barrels Rye and Bourbon Whiskey,
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE k CO..
November 10 2 No. 207 East Bay-street.
1 A BARRELS T?RE CORN WHISKEY.
J.U For sale by W. H. CHAFEE k CO.,
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay-street,
?) QUARTER CASKS JAMAICA RUM
?j 2 barrels PL Croix Rum
10 barrels New England Rum.
For salo by W. H. CHAFEE & CO..
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay.
4QUARTER PIPES IMPERIAL CABINET AND
PALM TREE GIN
5 barrels Domestic Gin.
For sale bv W. H. CHAFEE & CO..
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay-strear.
QUARTER CASKS MADEIRA, POET AND
Cases Madeira, Port, Shorry, Claret, Hock, /ngelica
and Muscatel Wines.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE k CO.,
Nove.nber 13 2 No. 207 East Bay-steet.
IMPORTE D ALE AND PORTER.
? ?\ CASKS YOUNGER'S STRONG AND PALE
4fcU ALE, pints
40 casks Younger's Palo Ale, quarts
10 casks Truman, Hanberry k Co.'s Porter, quirts
20 (a->ka Bvass' Porter, pinta
For salo low by W. H. CHAFEE k CO..
November 18 2 No. 237 Eajt B ly-strcet
BARRELS WHITE WINE YIN f-G AR
?C barrels Cider Vinegar
25 half barrels Cider Vinegar.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE k CO.
November 18 2
I rv CASES BRANDY CHERRIES (FRENCH)
LU 10 casei Brandy Piaches.
For sale by W. H. CHADEE k CO..
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay-3trcet
FIRKIN'S CHOICE STATE BUTTER
Firklus good Western Butter.
Just landed and for sale by
W. H. CHAFEE ii CO..
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay-street.
BOXES PINEAPPLE CHEESE
10 boxes Milton Cheese
100boxes Prime Factory Cheese
CO boxes English Dairy Cheese
SO boxes New York Slate Cheese
CO b^xes Skimmed Caa- se.
In sforo and to arrive. Forsaloby
November 13 2 W. H. CHAFEE k CO.
TIERCES PURE LEAF LARD
50 pails Pore I caf Lard
60 pails Prcised Lard.
For ?-ale by NV. H. CHAFEE k CO..
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay-street.
TN WHOLE, HALF AND QUARTER BOXES.
X For sale by W. H. CHAFEE k CO..
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay-street
2K HALF BARRELS FULTON MARKET BEEF.
O Jost received, and tor sale low, by
W. H. CHAFEE & CO.,
November 18 2 No. 207 East Bay-street.
APPLES ! APPLES !
1 AA BBLi!- CH0ICE NORTHERN APPLES.
J_ UU per steamer Saragjs.-a and Virgo, on con?
signment, and lor sale by
H. W. KINSMAN,
November 18 1 No. 153 East Bay.
POTATOES ! POTATOES
1 PC A BARRELS CHOICE TABLE POTATOES.
LOU Jark-wu Whites and Goodriches, on con?
signment and tor sale to thc trade at low figures.
H W. KINSMAN,
November 18 1 No. 103 East Bay.
HENRY CORIA & CO.,
No. 2ii VENIRTE RANGE,
OFFER FOR SALE ON REASONABLE TERMS:
QA HHDS. CHOICE CT.EAB T>ID SIDES
OU 2U hhds. Choice Saonldcrs
35 tierces Choice Sugar-cured Hann
150 bigs Rio, Lag nay ra and Java Coffee
4 J hhds. Prime Dry Muscovado i-ujar.
150 bbl?. Syrups, various quali'ies
10 J packages Lard.
20 bales HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH
150 coils Greenlea! Rope.
200 bbls. REFINED SUGARS.
BACON, LARD, &c.
AFRESH SUPPLY OF
Choice Sugar-curod PIG HAMS
City Shoulders, and
Extra Breakfast Bacon S;rips
Extra Famiy Pig Pork
Fulton Market Beef, and
Pure Leal Lard.
Just received at the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. November 18
' TWO CENT ORANGES."
JUST RECEIVED FROM FLORIDA, FINE
SWEET ORANGES. For sale bv the hundred.
Apply to JAS. MACBETH.
North Commercial Wharf.
CORN AND FLOUR.
"'AAA BUSHELS PRIME TENNESSEE CORN
O U U U 400 barrels Flour, various grades
3U0 sacks Campsen Milli Family, Extra and Super
For sale by JOHN CAMPaEN k CO.
TEA. COFFEE. TEA.
COFFEE. TEA, COFFEE.
JEST RECEIVED, FROM THE DIREC T IMPORT?
ERS, a choice supply of the above articles,
wh'rli will lie disposed of at thc io lowing lowpiices:
GREEN AND BLACK TEA (good!, SI per pound
Fine Green and Black Tei. SI 25 to 1 50
Coffee igreen) (rom 20 cents upward
Coffee (fresh roasted every day), 30, 40 and 30
cents per pound.
Coffee (treeh ground every day), 30, 40 and 50 cents
By KRIETE A- CHAPMAN.
No. 519 King, corner Rad.-liffe-Jtreet^
CARBONATE OF A .11 MONIA.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
E. II. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
October 29 No. 131 Meeting-street.
PE HU YI AN GUANO.
?)? TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, MRECT FROM
^O thc agent, warrante I i ure. for sale at market
rates, with a libe al discount in lots cf five ton= or
more. J. N. ROBSON,
Noa. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
October 23 PAC wfmlm