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-Gold closed at So4>
-Cotton in New York more active; eales 6200
bales at 254 cents.
-In Liverpool cotton was finner, but not
higher; sales 15,000 bales.
-The damages by the earthquakes in San
Francisco are appraised at $271,000.
-A machine has baen iovented in New Eng?
land which embosses and cuts 200,000 paper
collars in ten hours.
-The New York Sun hints that General
Grant's son, Frederick, now at West Point, "hs
not by any means, in the opinion of the stu?
dents, the brightest boy in his studies."
-Miss Jackson, the daughter of the colet at
ed ' Stonewall," is fast becoming the belle of
the South. She is developing into a remark?
ably beautiful and intelligent young lady.
-A frightful amphibious beast that kills
dogs and chews up men and is like nothing
' that was ever seen before, has been seen and
hunted near Jerseyville, Illinois.
-The negroes who own and edit thc New
Orleans Tribune, profess to favor thc enfran?
chisement of those whites who are now unfit
to vote because of holding Democratic opinions.
-Kunnicutt, the Virginia Radical, calls the
"Freedmen's Bureau "a political curse-the
most powerful engine of political trickery that
has been known in the world since God made
-The pi ice of the London Times, it is said,
will bc reduced after thc first of January next.
The competition arising from the cheaper pa?
pers, such as the Pall Mall Gazette, is said to
be com pelling this.
-It is stated that there ore now over three
hundred graduates of female medical colleges
in activo practice in the Unitod States, some of
whom are in the receipt of $10,000 per annum
from their profession.
-lue experimental firings at Fortress Mbn
. roe have been completed, and the reported re?
sult is, that none of the targets had sufficient
strength to resist the ponderous balls dis?
charged by the heavy ordnance used. Tho
targets were built of granito and of earth,
faced with iron.
-A young Cincinnati dentist was introduced
to a fashionable beauty the other evening, and
gracefully opened the conversation by saying,
"Miss-, I hope I may consider that wo aro
not entirely unacquainted. I had the pleasure
of pulling a tooth for your father only a short ,
time ago." ,
-Tho very proper and wise order made by
Judge Chase in the United States Circuit 1
Court in Richmond, relieving jurors from the 1
iron-clad oath, hos been favorably received by ?
leading Radical organs of the North. The New <
York Times says ;'the general judgment of tho I
"public will approve this action and regard it ,
"AS the harbinger of peace.'' (
-A Tonnes iee dentist rocen tl y advertised to
put in a full set of false teeth tor ten dollars, ,
to be paid when the original grinders were ex
tracted. Many accepted the offer, paid the
money, and had their old stumps drawn out; l
but when their gums healed and they called
for the new set the dentist was missing, and
now they gnash their gums at his rascality.
-A training Behool for domestics has long
. been in contemplation by benevolent persons
in New York, and it is now asserted that such
institution will soon bo established. Tho
question, however, arises, will youug girls at?
tend such a school when they can be trained in
a family, and at the some time receive their
food and lodging and $3 per week for their ser?
vices ? It is a? ort cd that at certain timos of
the year the supply of female labor in larg:
cities greatly exceeds tho demand. At theso
periods ignorant and unskilled women suffer
many hardships from the lack of employment,
and a training school would then have no diffi?
culty in obtaining pupils.
-Galignani quotes from an Italian journal
an account of a recent operation to save life by
the transfusion of blood. It was performed in
Palermo, at the Hospital della Concezione, by
Dr. Albaneso. A young man had a leg ampu?
tated for a bad humor, while in a very low
state; but tho operation reduced Lim to a worse
.elate than ever, and it bec am o apparent that
he was fast sinking, the pulso being imper?
ceptible and the body cold. In this emergency
the transfusion of blood was proposed. Two
assistants of the hospital offered to havo their
veins opened for this purpose, and thus, at two
different intervals, two hundred and twenty
gms. of blood were introduced into the patient's
system. Atter the first time he recovered the
faculty cf speech, and stated that, belore, he
could neither seo nor hear, but now felt as if
he were flying in the air. At latest dates he
was reported in a fair way ?o recover. This
is ono of the few successful cases of tho kind
-The Rome (November 3) correspondent of
the Pall Mall Gazette writes : There is so much
talk here about the speeches addressed by the
Pope to tho English and Danish Consuls on the
occasion of his visit to Civita Vecchia, that I
have been at pains to ascertain tho exact woids.
The Holy Father first Bpoke to the Consul of
Denmark, saying : "You represent, Monsieur,
a Power, the geographical extent of which is
very" limited, but which has astonished the
-whole world by the noble courage with which
it defended its rights against those Powers
which abused their strength to destroy them."
Then, turning to the English Consul, his Holi?
ness remarked, "England, Monsieur, did
wrong, very wrong, to abandon Denmark,
. which it was both her duty and her interest to
sustain. It was a proceeding which cannot bo
. condemned too strongly, for it was fatal both
to Denmark and Poland. If she continues in
such a course, England will too late find she is
degraded.'' Tho assembly thronged so close
to hear these speeches that the pressure shook
the platform of the throne, giving thc Pope a
violent shock. By an adroit movement he pre?
vented himself from being thrown down, and
cried out to his alarmed suite, "Fear nothing;
the Pope's throne may fall, but the Pope him?
self will never fall.
-The approaching annual meeting of tho
British Chess Association will be unusually in
foresting to chess players. The Grand Chai
lenge Cup, of the jralue'oi,?50, now held by Mr.
- Da-Yere, will be again competed for. There
will bo a handicap tournament open to all
cornera, in which prizes will be given to the
amount of ?40. The most novel feature of the
meeting, and one which is making considera?
ble stir in the chess world, is a prize offered
by Mr. Mongredien, the well-known President
of the London Chess Club. It consists of a
purse of twenty guineas, to be awarded to the
winner in a series of games in which a slight
displacement of the pieces will render inopera?
tive any advantage derivable from a superior
knowledge of openings. Mr. Mongredien
wishes to afford an opportunity io those
players who, whilst possessed of considerable
powers of combination, have not sufficient
leisure to study and learn by roto tho intrica?
cies of modern analysis aa applied to the
"openings," and who are thus placed at disad?
vantage from a circumstance in wb'ch mem?
ory bears large, and skill only a small part.
The announcement of the particular mode of
displacement to be adopted will only be made
when the games are abont to bisin. This
match is open to British players only.
TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1,1868.
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The Governor's Mesaage.
Governor Scott, in bis message presented
to the Legislature yesterday, and published
in our columns this morning, takes an en?
couraging view of the position of affairs in
the State, and gives substantial reasons for
bis belief "that no State of the Union is
"more solvent, or has a fairer prospect of
"meeting all her liabilities."
The bonded debt of South Carolina at this
time is five million four hundred thousand
dollars, bearing six per cent, interest, with
the exception of a small amount of stock
which bears interest at three percent., and
the Fire Loan bonds (four hundred and
eighty-four thousand four hundred and
forty-four dollars), which bear interest at
five per cent. The arrears of interest on
the whole debt to January 1, 1860, are five
hundred and fourteen thousand four hun?
dred and eighteen dollars, and to this may
be added one hundred and sixty thousand
dollars of Bills Receivable, which will, how?
ever, soon be absorbed in payment of taxes,
making the total debt of the State, of all
kinds, six million eighty-one thousand seven
hundred and twenty-four dol'ars-a debt
South Carolina can carry with ease.
Governor Scott estimates that, under tho
new tax law, which brings every descrip?
tion of property upon the tax hst, at its
bona fide valuation, there wilt not be less
than three hundred millions of property as
a basis of taxation. The estimate of ex?
penses for the current year is eight hun?
dred and twenty thousand four hundred and
eighty-one dollars, including three hundred
and thirty thousand six hundred and ninety
two dollars for interest on the dobt for one
year; so that an average tax of one-third of
one per cent, upon the estimated value of
the total taxable property would meet all
expenses, pay the current interest, and leave
a small surplus. Governor Scott, however,
recommends that the interest on the State
debt be funded up to July 1, 1SCS, having
every confidence in the ability of thc Treas?
ury to meet the interest falling due after that
date. Now, look for a moment at the financial
condition of North Carolina. Governor
Holden, in his late message, estimates the
State debt at nineteen million dollars, or
nearly four times the debt of this State.
The expenses for the fisoal year are nearly
one million five hundred thousand dollars, or
twice the expenses in this State, and the
value cf the property in tho State is put at
two hundred and fifty million dollars against
three hundred million dollars in South Car?
We are satisfied that thc State is in a
sound and solvent condition, and we believe
that with economy and such wise reforms
and curtailments of expenditures as Gover?
nor Scott may suggest and the Legislature
carry into effect, the credit of South Car?
olina may be made as high as that of Penn?
sylvania or New York. A rapid advance
in the price of State securities must bo
looked for, and an increase of twenty or thir?
ty percent, in their selling rate, between this
time and next July, will put thousands of
dollars into the pockets of their holders
throughout the State, who, through good
report and evil report, have been steadfast
in their faith that tho State of South Caro?
lina would faithfully discharge her every
Governor Scott recommends that a law be
passed providing for the levy ?nd collection
of taxes in counties, lo meet their local ex?
penditures, which will enablothcm to nnko
such public improvements as the citizens ol'
the respective counties cay desire. The
Governor also advises that final jurisdiction
be given to magistrates iu all cases of pe il
larceny, and simple assault and battery and
misdemeanors of similar grade, giving thc
accused persons the right of appeal. The
Governor thanks General Bomford, com?
manding the district, for his prompt atten
tion to the Governor's suggestions in regard
to stationing detachments of Federal troops
at various points where disturbances were
apprehended, and also for his disposition
to co-operate with the civil authorities to
the full extent of his power in the preserva?
tion of the peace.
The contingent liability of the State
growing out of endorsements of railroad
bonds amounts lo $4,060,783, for all of
which the State has what should be an
amply sufficient security.
Governor Scott recommends that the do?
nation of land made by the United States
Government be devoted to the establishment
of an educational institute in Charleston for
instruction in agriculture, mechanic arts,
and the higher branches of scientific and
classical studies. We sincerely hope that
this wise recommendation will be carried
out by the General Assembly. Such an
institution would be of vast benefit to the
Governor Scott denounces all turbulence
and lawlessness, and says, with great pro?
priety, that "a government unable to en
"force its laws and protect its citizens is a
"mockery and a sham, meriting thc scorn
"and contempt of its opponents, and unwor?
thy of the confidence and support of its
"friends. The law must be made supreme,
"The most arrogant must be taught to obey
"its behests; the humblest assured of its
"protection." The Governor has received
assurances from many of thc most promi?
nent men in the State of their regret at the
outrages which have been committed, and
of their determination to yield a willing
obedience to the constitution and laws.
These evidences of good feeling Governor
Scott recognizes with pleasure, and he reit?
erates his precious recommendations in fa?
vor of a liberal policy on the part of the
Legislature in reference to the removal of J
Upon some of the subjects mentioned in
the message there will naturally be differ?
ences of opinion, but every sensible and
prudent citizen must be inclined and deter?
mined to suata'n the Governor in his efforts
to restore the credit and build up the pros?
perity of the State, as well as to concur in
his denunciation of violence and intemper?
ance of conduct and of speech. National
political issues have been settled for years
to come. Our homo affairs now demand
our undivided attention. It is our interest,
as it is the interest of every responsible cit?
izen, to uphold the supremacy of the law,
to secure a wisc and liberal policy, and to
give to every man the fullest freedom and
most complete protection; and in directing
his great influence towards these important
ends Governor Scott will receive the hearty
aid and cheerful co-operation of the people
And press of the State.
TO RUNT. THAT THRICE STORY
BRICKHOUSE. No. 4L state-street, first floor
suitable f^r store; four comfortable room? above,
kitchen, cistern, Ac. Also, that TWO STORY
HOUSE, No. 46 St. Phiip-street, opposite Charleston
College, containing tour rooms, kitchen, large yard,
to. Apply at No. 48 ST. PHILIP-STKELT.
December 1 1*
TO RUNT, STORU No. 155 UAST BAY,
a good business stand, suitable for wholesale
purposes; extensive yard in rear of building.
For teran, apply to
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Real Estate Agent, No. 27 Broad-street.
TO RUNT. A PIANO, IN GOOD OR DUR.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. October 28
AVURY PUB AS AKT SUITE OP APART?
MENTS to rent, with piazza and private stair?
case attached. The rooir.a can bo rented separately
if desired. Apply at No. GO KING-SJ REE L', a few
doots below Tradd. luths No-oraber 17
rpo RUNT, A FINK GROCERY STAND,
J. with fixtures complete, corner Kine and Clif?
ford streets. Terms moderate. Apply at BERNARD
O'NEILL'S, No. 189 EAST BAY.
November 13 Imo*
|?550lnt?0U nf Opurtncrsljip.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNURSH1P.
The Copartnership existing between thc un?
dersigned, under the tame of CONNER k WILSON,
ia this day dissolved by mutual consent. J. H.
WILSON will liquidate tho affairs of tho firm.
HENRY W. CONNER.
JAMES H. WILSON.
Charleston, 1st December, 1SC8.
NOTICE.-THE SUBSCRIuER WILL CONTINUE
tho EXCHANGE, COLLECTION, and BROKERAGE
BUsTNESS, at No. 5 Broad-street.
JAMES H. WILSON.
Decomber 1 tuth^6
heretofore existing between HIRAM DEW?
ING. HENRY D. HUBKBTT, HENRY B. CLARKE
and tho late JOEL A. VANNOY, under tho namo of
DEWING, BURKETT A CO., expired by its own
limitation on tito 30th November, 1808.
Mr. HENRY D. BURKETT having purchaeed tho
entire assois ard luderest of the concern, has assum?
ed aU li alni' tics, and rll persons indebted to the said
firm will make pa? mont to bim.
HENRY B. CLARKE.
Charlosloa, P. C., November 3D, 1868.
December 1 3
FOB ..ALK. AT THE CHARLUSTON
BOTEL STABLES, a fine rad de PONY.
November 30 3
FOR SALU OR RUNT. THAT COMMO?
DIOUS and well appointed 'Tenement House
Nos. 2 and 4 Ucrresford-street, containing 16 rooms,
with extensive servants' apartments. For terms ap?
ply to J. T. HUMPHREYS, Real Estate Agent,
November 30 Nc. 27 Broad-street,
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred. Anply
at the Office of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
fas! ?tt?r ?uno.
LOST, A YUL LOW AND WU ITU SET?
TER PUP, eight mouths old; had on, when
lost, a loather collar with a city badce. A suitable
reward will bo paid for her return to No. 48 BROxD,
or No. 7 MEKIING-STREET. November 30
LOST, ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER ?3.
a Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double case, white
lace, with chaiu attached. Finder will please leave
the same at THIS OFFICE, where a reward will bc
eire* if required. November 2i
STRA YEO OR STOLEN ON 17tli OF NO?
VEMBER, from Mr. John T. Browning's Farm,
near Tweutv-six Vile Turnout, South Caroline Rail?
road, a Urge dark bay MARE MULE, abou sixteen
bar. v- bia!:, niue years old, no marks of distinction
except shonldor a tittle bruised and one or two uu
healeil scars ou small of hor back. A liberal reward
will bo paid for her recove y.
A. A. BROWNING,
Twenty-six Mlle Turnout, S. C. Railroad.
November 26 n*o thsm3
ACO N'S PATENT
HOME GYNNASIU M.
PRICES OF THE COMPLETE GYMNASIUM,
w.th four lirgo sho?U of illustra ions ilOJ
cul.-), au.l th? baud-book explaining how
each is prrlonued.$10 08
The 1 ranze Arjostmeut, with 32 illustrations
(ex ra). 3 50
The Swing Afiju?;roent (extra). 1 60
Gymiid i .m. Ti apero andttwiug. 16 00
'Ibo Patentees have appolutod as General Agent for
F. von SAN TEN,
IMPORTER OF FANCY GOODS, TOYS, Ac,
No. 229 King.street,
Novembor28 3 CHARLES ION, S. C.
OFUCE OF UDOLPHO W?LPE.
Soleimpoi 1er of the Schiedam A romatic Schnapps,
So 33 Beaver-strcct.
NEW YORE, November 3. 1868.
To the People of the Southern States i
WHEN THE PURE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely known as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was in'roduced into the world under
the endorsement of four thousand leading members
ot the medical profession some twenty years ago, Its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new end useful
preparations. He, thereforo, endeavored to invest lt
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to rirate it diffi?
cult and dangerous. It was submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all the leading practitioners in
tho United States, for pnrpojes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation and a
report of the result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of tho most eminent medical men in
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article wero unanimously favorable. Such
preparation, they paid, had long been wanted hy
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on tho
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
more or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the oi of junlpor, winch formed one of |
the principal ingredients of the Schnapp?, together
with an unalloyed character of tho alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, in the estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over every othor diffusive stimu?
lant as a diure:ic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank wore published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of tbo guarantees of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud were also
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, the
lobel was copyrighted, a Jae simile of the proprietors
autograph signature was at,ached to each label and
cover, his name and that of the preparation were em?
bossed on the bottles, and the corks were scaled with
his private seal. No article had over been sold in
this country under the name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Echiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, In 1851; and tho label was deposited, as
his trade roark, in tho United 8Utca District Court
for the Southern District of Now York during that
It might be supposed by persons una-quoinled
with the daring character of the pirates who prey
upon thc reputation ol honorable merchant H by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that tho pro?
tections so carefully thrown around these Schnapps
would have precluded the introductions and Kale of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to have
stimulated the rapacity of impostor*. The trade
mark of th? proprietor has been stolen; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from the medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worso than all,
dishonorable retailers, after disposing of thc genuino
contents of hie bottles, have filled them up with
common gin, thc most deleterious of all liquors, and
thus mado his name and brand a cover for poison.
Thc public, thc medical profession and tho Rick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, aro equally intereste I with tho
proprietor in the detection and suppression of these
nelarious practices. The genuine article, mauutac
lured at tho establishment of the undersigned in
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a barley of thc
finest quality, and flavored with an essential extract
of the berry of tho Italian Jui lpc -, of unequalled pu- j
ri ty. By a process unknown in thc preparation of ^
any other liquor, it is treed from every acrimonious j
and corrosive clement t
Complaints have been received from the loading
physicians and iamiUcs in thc Southern States of
tlie salo of choap imitations of thc Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps in thoso markets; and travellers, J
who are in thc habit of using lt as an antidote to the
baneful intlacnco of unwholesome river water, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up lu Schiedam bottles, is J
frequently palmed off upon tho unwary. Tho
ageDts of thc undersigned have been requested to
institute iuquirice on tho sPbject, and to forward to
him thc names of such parties as they may ascer?
tain to be engaged in tho atrocious system of doccp-1 1
Hon. In conclusion, tho undersigned would say that C
he has produced, from under tho haods of the ruo.-t
distingu?i-hea men of science in America, proofs un
answerable of tho purity and medicinal excel- | <
lenee or (he Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
he bas expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarautco J and safeguards, which I
he designed should protect the public and himself
against fraudulont imitations; that he has shown it
to be the only liquor in the world that can be uni?
formly depended upon as unadulterated; that l:o has j j
challenged Investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all tts form]; and from every ordeal
the preparation win. h boars his name, teal and trade ' '
mark, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
it a dutyhe owes to his fellow-cit;z ms generally, to
thc medical profession and thc sick, to denounce | ?
and expose thc charlatius who counterfeit these evi?
dencies of identity, and he calls upon the press and c
tbo |>ahllc to aid him in bi? efforts to remedy so great ' *
Tho following letters and certificates from tbo
leading physicians and cbeTiisti o: this ?ly will j
provo to thc reader that all goods sold hy tho under- ^
signe 1 are all that thoy aro rcpre cntcd to be.
I ice! bound to say, that I regard your Kehna.ips
as bciug in every respect pre-einincnlly pure, an?!
deserving of medical patronage At all event?, it is
the purest possible article of Holland Oin. hereto?
fore unobtainable, ami as such may bc safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 PnrE-STUZXT, NEW YOBK, I
November 21. 1?C7. J
HOOLPBO WOLFE, Esq., Present:
Dear Sir-I huvu ma lea chemical exlmlnatiou of
a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with the in?
tent of determining if atiy foreign oriujurlous sub?
stance had been added to th- simple distilled spirits.
The examination has resulted m tho conclusion
that the sample contained no poisonous or harmful
admixture. I have loon uaablo to discover any
trace ol' the deleterious substances wich are em?
ployed in thc adulteration of liquors. I would not
hesitate to uso myself or to recommi nd to others,
for medicinal purpose, thc Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent and unobjectionable variety of gin.
Very respecttully yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
NEW Yonx, No. 53 CED AB,-STREET, I
Nov?mber 26, 1S67 J
UDKLPHO WOLFE, Lsq., Present :
Dear Sir-I have submitted to chemical ana'.vsis
two bottles ot "ichiedam Schnapps," which I took
from a frosh pacLage in your hon ied warehouse, and
find, as before, that the spirituous liquor is Irco
lrom injurious ingredients or falsification; that it
has the marks of being aged and not recently pre
l^arcd l>y mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
Uespccitully, FKED. F. MAYFR,
NEW YOKE, luesday. May 1.
UDOLPHO WoL7E, ESQ. :
be<ir Sir- Tbe want of pure Wines ..nd Liquors
for medicinal purposes 1'?' h ?*n long felt by the pro
les.sioa, und thous nids of lives have "rou sacrificed
by tho use ot adulterated articles. Delirium tremons,
and otrmr diseases o. the brain and Ot rvos, so rife
in ibis couulrv, are very rare in Europe, ewing, ia a
groat desree, to the uiflVreace n the pu ity of tho
?ali ita ?old. . .
We have tested thc several articles imported and
seid hy juu, including your Oin, which you sell un?
der the name af Aromatic Schiedam schnapps, which
wo consider justly entitled lo tho high reputation it
has acquired in this country; aud from your long ex
peieneo as a foreign importer, your Holtled Wines
and Liquors should ratet with the same demand.
Wewaul? recemmend y?u ta appoint some ot tho
respectable apothecaries in different parts of thc city
as agents for lin sale of your Bran lies and Wines,
where iho profession can obtain Ihe saino when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you suecos iii your new enterprise.
We remain, vour obedient fcrvaiits,
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D-i Professor of Sur.,cry,
Univoreirv Medica! College. Now York.
J. BL CARSOCHAN, BL D., Professor of CIiui>-al
surgery, Surgcei?-iu-i'hi':? to the btatc Hospital,
kc. Na ll hast Sixtecnth-strcot.
LEWIS A. SAYKC, Bf. D., No. 73 j Broadway.
II P PE WKLS, BL D . No. 791 f.roa?!\vay.
JOSrlPH WORST La, BI D.. No. V!? Ninth-street.
NELSON STELL'J, BL D , No. !)7 Bleeker-slreet
JOHN O'rtEILi.Y. M. P., No. 2110Fourth street.
D I RAPHAEL, BL D., Prof f sor of tba Principles
and PracUiMOl Stumer?, New VerB Medical Col
lego, fcc., No. DI NiutL- treet, and others.
Tho proprietor also offers far sale.
BOITLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for me?
dicinal use. Each bettie has his certificate o' MS Pu?
rity l'DUA.Pt IV WOht'K.
November ll 9 m03
fTXHE REGULAR MEETING WILL BE HELD
JL This Evening, at Seven o'clock, in Council
Chamber. W. H. SMITH.
December 1 1 Clerk cf Council.
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LUAN
THE BEGLLAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Association wu! be held 7his Evening, Decem?
ber 1st, at Masonic Hall, at Seven o'clock.
The Trea8TJrer will receive tho dues from Stock?
holder?, during the dav, at his Office, No. 137 Meet?
ing-street. JOSEPH WHILDEN,
December 1 1_Treasurer.
VIGILANT FI HE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND YOUR REGULAR MEETING AT
your Hall This Evening, at Seven '.'clcck, pre?
cisely. By order.
JOHN T. HUMPHREYS, Secretary.
CHARLESTON STEAM HUE E\G1NE
COMPANY OF AXMEN.
AREGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company will bo held This Evening, at Market
Hall, at half-past Seven o'clock
WM. KNOX, Secretary.
December 1 1
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. 1.
MEMBERS ARE REQCES TED TO ATTEND THE
Regu'ar Monthly Meeting This Evening, at
halt-past Seven o'clo.-k.
A. B. JARVIS, Secretary.
December 1 1
F REUN DSC H A F TS?UN D.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY
takes place This Evening, at Eicht o'clock.
The Officers for thc ensuing year aie to ne elected
ono other matters of great interest to be brought
before the meeting.
A full attendance is requested. Our Nolte and his
supper begs to be remembered also.
By order of the President.
December 1 1 Secretary.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
help wash. Also, a MAN SERVANT, to wait
and tend a horse. References required. Apply at
No. 9 MEETING-STREET, tilths4 December 1
WANTED TO IHRE, A COMPETENT
and well recommended ENGINEER to go
in the country. Apply in BASEMENT OF STATE
BANK, corner of Broad and East Bay.
December 1 2
WANTKD, A SMALL HOUSE, OR A
part of a hon??-, in the central part of the
si ty. Apply to E. SCO LT, Shirt Emporium, Meet?
ing-Street, opposite Aiarket.
December 1 3
WANTED. A WOMAN TO COOK AND
BPLP WASH; also, a BOY' to attend in house
ind attend one horse. Apply st THIS OFFICE.
November 30 2
SERVANTS WANTKD.-A GOOD COOK
ind HOU-E SERV&NT wanted. Apply at the
HORNER OF IR KDD ANO SAVAGE STREET ri.
INFORMATION WANTED OF MICHAEL
TROUT, son to John and Ellen ?rou\ who left
tin rien too about two years ago, an . ia supposed to
be working in or about savannah. Any information
respecting bim will be thankfully i oe M ?cd by hi*
lather, JOHN PROUT, at Richard Hogan's, Cmfloa
:on, S. C._13*_November 23
WANTED-I WANT A MAN TO TAKE
tho AGENCY for Lloyd's Great Double Revolv?
ing MAPS OE EUROPE AND AMERICA, with Hie
1000 county colored Map of the Uuitod States on tho
jack, issued to-day, ?nd needed by every family,
ichool and library in the land, with patent reverses,
jy which cither map ian be thrown frout Each Maj)
s C2 by Cl inches large, with ribbon binding and
Jouble-faccd rollers; cost $100,000 and three years'
abor. Price $S; worth $50. A small capital will do
o start with. SID a copv ran be got lor these great
daps. Send for circular, terms, Ac. Twenty new
naps under way. J. T. LLOYD,
Postoffice Box 122, Atlanta, Ga.
November 19 n*c Imo
fl ARDENIA G, HORTICULTURE, ?tc.
UT JULES LAVEKGNE respectfully informs his
ut-ons and tho public that he hos returned f om
Paris and has again located iu Chat los on, prepared
0 do all work in hts business, such a? LAYING OU l'
xARDENS, Tr.'mming Fruit, Ornamental and shade
frees, shrub*. Grape Vines, Ac, in tho best and
nost approved manner, aud ut tue lowest prices.
He ask* thoso wan tine such work done to loa vc an
irderforhimat the storo of M. H. SOUBKYROUX
'io. 328 King-street, aud ho guarantees lo give lull
He is allowed lo refer to Messrs James H. Eason,
}. W. Aimar, L. Choi.io, Willi un L. Webb, Uhoinas
). Boson, aud Benjamin F. Evans.
CY/ANTED, BOARD, FoR A GENTLE
W MAN, wife, three chitaren auo nurse. Will
equiro two rooms, and plain, but substantial, table,
iddress, eluting terms, kc, "M. S"" Box No. 385,
Ihar leaton, S. C. Novomber 3
WANTED. BOARD IN PRIVATE
family for Gentleman and wife; location con?
venient to TOstOfllCC. Andr, ss H. HM Box vu,
Charleston Postolllce. October 2C
1 ITA N TED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
VV TUE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWa
?APERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 101 Kiug-strcct.
? .IMPLO Y M KN T OF PIC E.-S E R V A NTS
t?j can bc obtained by applicatto to the "UNION
l'>ME,"lrom9 til J ll o'clock daily.
Servants eau al-o lind places by application to thc
ame place, at thc samo hours Inquire for tho Ma?
rou, corocr Church Hud (.'balmers sttcet
nrrANTKD A SITUATION, BY A ONE.
VV ARMED MAN, as overseer of hands, or super
? tendent ou farm or plantation, or watchman, or
ny other employment that a one-armed roan can
ill. Apply at No. 14 ANN-aTFEET. Applicant eau
;ivo good relcrenccs. September 22
nrrAit'rteu, HY A. UKNTLUMAJI FROM
IT the up-country, a situation as OLEUK lu
?ither a Wholesale or Retail Grocery Store; is ex
lericnced in thc bunine-*, and cu: influence trade.
lest of references giveu. Address CLEIlK, through
,'harlestou Postofllce, Soutli Carolina.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED lo write for tho pr"ss, employment ou
mo or more Literary Pavers or Megastar?, as a
VRITES OP SKETCHES. POETRY, fcc. Address
J isa K. fe*. W., Postoifiec, Charleston, s. c.
Was in pankniptfi).
[N THE DISTRICT COURT OF 'I HE
UNITED STA ES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
N 'IHE MATTER OP UV. T. TRIM, OF CHARLES?
TON, BANKRUPT-PETTI ION FOI*. -ULL AND
.INAL DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered,
hat a hearing bo h ul on the fifteenth fay nf December,
868, at tbc Federal Courthouse in Columbia, s. C.,
ind that aU Creditors, Ac , of said Bankrupt appear at
aid time aud place, aud show cause, if auy they eau,
vb) thc prayer of tho petitioner should not bc grant
By order of tbs Court the 19th day of November,
HUH. DANIEL UORLBEt'K,
;u-rk of thc District Court of ihe United Stafos,
December 1 tu2 For South Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATE-', FOR SOUTH CAROLINS
i!t THE MATTER CF NATHANIEL LEVIN,
JH., CF CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT-PETITION
FOR TULL AND FINAL DI--CH?il;GE LN
BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, 'That a bearing be had
au the fourth day of December, ISBN, at Fedc
ral ( our bouse, in Columbia, S. <'., and that
ill Creditors, Ac, of said iiankrupt appear at
?aid lime and piece, and show cause, if any they
ran irby the prayer of thc petitioner should not
be granted. Aud that the teco'-d melting of
Creditors of said Bankrupt will bc held at the office
at R. B. CARPENTER, Ejq., Registrar of Second
I'oDgrrnsional District, S. ou the ./tr.<f day
,f December, 1HG8, at ll A. M.
by order of the Court, the Hrh da? of " ovember,
IHtlS DANIEL HORLBECK.
Clerk Of thc District Court ol the United -tates, fer
south I nrolilia._tu2_Nuvcmi.er 21
IN THE DISTRICT COI RT OF THE
I M TED STALES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER '1 ERM. 1868-IN 1 HE ii .1 TER OF JNO.
D HAEPrR. OF WIl.LIAMSflUl'O, BANKRUPT
PEI TITO > Foll FULL AND FIN.Au, DI-OHAllHE
IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, i hat a hearing be
had ou thc eiyhlh day of Decmber, 1868, at
Federal Courthouse iu Columbia, s. c.; and thatall
f'roditorB, Ac, of said Uaukrupt appear at said
time and place, and ?-how cau.se. if anv they can,
why tbe prayer if the patitiouur sh. ulJX uot bo
gri'nle 1. Aud that tho second and third mceting-i of
Creditors of said Bankrupt will bo I.cid at the office
of R. E. CARPEN 1ER. Esq., Registra- ol the
Second Cosgre-sioual District, S. C., on the four?
teenth day of December, 18*8, at 12 M.
By order of tho Court, the ICth day of November,
isr.8. DANIEL HORLIJECK,
Llerkor tho D strict Court of the United States for
South Carolina. tu* Novenibtr 17
IN I : I E DISTRICT COURT OF THE
U HITES S LATES. FOR SOU I U CAROLINA
OUTOUER TERM. 18G8.-IN THE MAT 1ER OF
TilOHAS M. McCUT't'HfcN, T WILLIAMSBURG,
B'INKRUPT.-PEI 1TTON I OR FULL AND 1 IN \L
DISClIAltGK IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, 1 hal. a
hear n;: be had on tho HM day of Dicomber, 1868,
at Ftdmal Courthouse, in Columbia, S. C.;
and 'bat all Creditor-, Ac, of said Bankrupt
appear t: said time and placo, and ?how
cause, if any ihoy oan, ?vhy tho prarcr of tho
potitionor should not bo smuhwl. And thai tho
hocoud and third mucin?* >-f Creditors o? asid BarU
rup! will be held kt tat. office or E. II. CARPENTER,
Esq , Regis.rar ot the xpeond Congreiuionul District,
S. C., on ho 4tA day oj Dttenibtr, 1868, al 12 M.
By order of tho Court, tho 10th day ot November,
18C8. DANItL UORLBEOK,
Cloik of the District Court of the U. S. for 8. 0.
November 17 tu3
'jp ?1K SHOW OF ALL SHOWS t
THIS EVENING, DECEMBER i, ISM.
AND THIS WEEK.
GREATEST EXHIUITIuNS EVER GIVEN IN' THE
Ibo Sub:i~e, Dramatic spec tac e,
KATE RAYMOND AND H FR CHAMPION "WILD
AU tLo Stars of Tcmrleton's Thtatrex
LCANDE'S GREAT CIP.CUS ACTS.
And the grandest, most chaste and vari'.d perforr.
arjces ever witnessed.
PLAYING TO VAST CROWDS
Admission-Ono Dollar, Seventy-five and Fifty
Tickets can be had at aU Inc great Resorts.
Doors open at half-past Six o'clock.
-^TAIT: WAIT ! I WAITl ll
FOR THE GRAND PAGENT !
POSITIVELY FOlt THREE DAYS
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, De?
cember 9tU, luth and 11th.
WITH HIS H EUC OF
W A K G A M E L, S
ARE COMING! ARE COMING! ll
Thc Greatest and most novel fea'ureij
of the Agp. I
Admissio i, 75 co ifs; Ch'ldr n un
dor 10 years ot agc, 50 cents.
Performances COJ monee at 2 anJ
Mr. DAN CASTELLO takes pleas?
ure in announcing :o the citizensof
thc South that lo give increase! at?
traction to his olroady vast combi?
nation of talont and attractions, he
hos imported a herd of
ABYSSINIAN WAR CAMELS,
OB, SHIPS OF THE DESEBT,
At a rest of forty thousand do'Iars '
(540,0.0), and which will bo attached
CHARIOT OL' THEODOiiE !
This Chariot has been pronounced
tho inost beautiful pic:,) of work?
manship, and was bnilt from de?
signs and suggestions maae by an
officer of tho British Army, whe
served during tho Abyssinian and
Indian wars, and wttich boars upon
its contra a COLOSSAL STATUE of thc
GOLDEN HOUSE OF TARTARY.
The following em'nent artists are
DAN CAS TELL O'S new Star
Two Champion Bare Back Eiders
in the ring at the same time.
1 he Phenomena Equestrienne.
YOUNG KO31 KO,
Tho B07 W onder.
The greatest Rider and Vau'ter in
Tho Wonderful Contortionists.
THE LEOTARD BROTHERS,
'1 he People's Clown.
LA PETITE JOSEPHINE.
The smallest rider in thc World.
MASTER GEORG E.
Thc daring and dashing Hurdle Rider.
Thc grand street pigeant will leave tho Mammoth
Pavilion, wliich covers over one acre of ground, and
which ?illcomfortably accommodate over 5000per?
son", at ll A. M. each day.
DAN CASTELLO, tho popular jester of the age,
who has met with unbounded success East, Wcsr,
Nortb and South, who will introduce his troupe of
educated Horses, Ponies and Mules.
TickeUcan bc procured at all the principal Hotels.
Don't forget thc days and date - WIDNESDAY,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, December '.Uh. 10th and
December 1 <nths5
FOU THE BENEFIT OF TUE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
WILL BE HELD
IN THE HIBERNIAN HALL,
Commencing This Evening, .\ov'r30(h.
1 HE REVERSES OF THE CHURCH DURING
and sinco tho war have rendered her necessities
great, and, in tin- hoar of her need, she a;-Us the aid
of all ?ho may bc d'?|.oaed to lcuil a helping hand.
The ladies have ma le exteu-ive preparatio n, and
will ??parc no paiuj to render the FAIR abradive.
The FAIR will fcoconductcdnuder thc patronage
of tho following gontle-nou :
Hon H D LESESNK Col ZIMMERMAN DAVIS
Hon W D POUTER Col It W SEYMOUR
rion P it GAILIABD cl w p . HINGLER
Hon C H SIMONTON V'" B HERIOT, Esq
Hon HENRY BUIST W G WBILDEN, I'sq
(lou JAMES COHSPB W HKSELI-Y, Esq
Gen JAMES SIMONS HIR M B OL- ET, Esq
SAM'L I.OBD, Jr , Esq W V LEITCH, tsq
A . IMON'PS. Faq S O ?tUSOM, Esq
JAMES I, GANTT, Esq I A WILBCB, i>q
> Y TUPPER Esq D H -ILCOX. i-..-q
W K RYAN, Esq Capt I ? BUDD
L U MOWRY. Lsq j S 11YDS, Eiq
J II Monr.Er.L. Esq W J HERIOT. Esq
F W DAWSON, Esq JAMES R ADDISON. Esq
S C BLA.K, Esq \BTiiun FAIRLY. I'sq
K W MABSUALL, Esq M I OLGEH. E^q
J * CRANE, Esq Capt (J W WHITE
A J CHEWS, Esq J M CARSON. Esq
GEOROE H MOFFATT EeqiW J AXSON, Esq
C FBONKBEROEB. Esq ID C SUAHES, Esq.
C I DUS'HAM, Ksq I WM THAYES, ESIJ
Doors open at six P. M.
Tho Street Cars will ho in attendance at the i Ic?o
ot the Fair each evening
Ticke'? of adm'ssion 25 cents; children 10 cents;
tobe had at Hall. Charleston ind Pavilion 'iio;cb,
and at Russell's Bookstore and Whilden'J Jewelry
EEMO VA l..~*?A Y A S & M El KI XAS nVVE
removed tbeir CI'JAh AND TOBACCO BOI
NK-.S from their old staci l?l MARKET-8TKEET to
No. 80 ll \ RUE l'-s'I hi Ii r, second door ironi M<rot
hlg-llroct, au:l hope to see their old friends and
customers n- thoy have < ulnrgud their busines*, ?nd
are ready to sell the bt>st of articles cheap for cash.
KB MOV AL.-CAME ROH ?3? BARKLEY
have removwl to their now building, at tho
north eornrr of Meeting and Cumberland strtets.
Novombor 25 12
DK.J.S. OUTCUKLL HAS wKMOVED
his office and residence to the SOUTHEAST
CORNUE OE KING AND JOHN STREETS.
traceries mtH ?isct?mous.
JTAAA BUSHELS No. 1 CLAY PEAS FOB
OUUU SEiED, not mixed.
December 1 6 JOHN CA VPS EN k CO.
MOLASSES ! MOLASSES!
? (\ HHDS. STRICTLY CHOICE SANTA LUCIA
99 bids. Extra Fine Muscovado Molasses.
Now landing ex-brig John Pierce.
120 hhds SWEET CUBA MOLA83E3
100 bbls. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
For sile low, in lois to suit purchasers, hy
W. P. BALL,
December 1 3 Brown & Co.'s Wharf.
JUST ARRIVED PER STEAMSHIP PROME?
THEUS, a large lot or fino WHISKEYS, for salo
ar prices, from SI 60 and upwards. Call and see
for yourselves, at BYRNE k FOGARTY'S, No. 452
Ring street, corner John.
November 26 thstulmo
POTATOES ! POTATOES !
f*f\ BARBELS CHILI REDS
\J\J 7 barrels Peach Blows
7 barrels Buckeyes.
75 ba> rds NORTHERN APPLES.
For sale at No. 68 East Bay, by
November 30_2 C. N. AVERILL.
HAMS, FLOUR, COEN AND
5CASKS "A No.l" CANVASED SUGAR-CURED
200 bbls. Family, Extra, Super and Fine Flour
2010 bushels Primo Western Corn
600 bales Eastern and North River Hay
600 bushels Feed Oats
100 bushels Peas
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley on hand.
For sale by WEST k JONES,
November 30_ No. 76 East Bay.
4CAR-: OLD WHITE TENNESSEE
2 can Old Mixed Tennessee.
For sale by J. W. SPRAGUE k BROS..
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
November 30 2
SALT! SALT! SALT !
JTAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT. FOR SALE
O VJ VJ from wharf. SI ENHOUSE & CO ,
Nos. 1P8,110 and 112 East Bay,
Corner Accommodation Wharf.
November 30 2
FRUITS ! FRUITS! FRUITS !
T?T'E HAVE ALWAYS ON H*ND A LARGE SUP
>V PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Bananas. Pineapples, Plantaina, Cocoanuts, Lemon?,
Raisins, Figs. Dates and Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts of ali kinds
BART k WIRTH,
Nos. 65 and 57 Market-street.
November 28 2mo*
T ) BAKERS.
tAKBOJIATE OP AMMONIA.
FRESH HOPS, best quality
CREAM OF TARTAR, cheap.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
October 29_No. 131 Moeting-strcet.
CO-OPE RAT1VE G ROCES i Y,
?SOUTHWEST CORSER MEETING ANO
AN EXTENSIVE. VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply o? thc NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all times be found at tho abovo Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will bc regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "object" of the Association is, as set forth in
its charter, "To furnish members and the pnbbo
with the necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and trom the
profits of such sales to accumulate capital for its
Copies of tlie Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quines icgarding the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully ani promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Sapenntendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
?1 I G A R AND TOBACCO
BY C. MADSEN,
No. 314 KING, CORNER SOCIETY-STREET,
CHARLESIO.V, 8. C.
ALWAYS UN HAND, AND FOB SALE AT
Wholesale and B?tail, a large stock ot DOMESTIC
and SPANISH LEAF TOBaCJO, at prices from 10
eents upwar is to $3 per pound.
CHEWING and SMOKING TORACCO, of all
grades, and a flue assortment of IMPORTED CI?
GARS, from $12.i upwards to $250 por M.
Of own manufacture the following brands always
"C. M.," of Havana Toba ico, at.$100 per M
"FU-ARO," ol'Havana Tobacco, at.$90 per M
"CAHALLEO," ol Havana Tobacco, at... .$75 j.er M
"H. UPMANN," of Havana Tobacco, at...$20 per M
"EL BOUQUET," at.$C6 perM
'.L Y CORONA DE ESPA?A," at.$15 per M
"^AURANIA," at.$20 per M
A gi miine Spanish Cigar can always ba bad at re?
tail tor IO couts, and evciything la tho line will bo
sold at very reduced prices.
Thc atU-uliou ol emokrrs is called to a new brand
of Smoking Tobacco, "Nervine Tobacco," manufac?
tured solely i y C. MADSEN, and entered according
to Act of Congress in tho year 180.-*, in iho Clerk's
Office of the District Court of thc United States, for
thc District of South Carolina.
It is Tobacco trom which the nicotine, in great,
part, has boen extracted, and is thereby made a vcr?
wholesome article for smoker*. It retains all tho
noe flavor of the Havana, without Its injurious and
nerve-excitirg propensities. Tobacco containing
nicotine largely, acts powerfully upon the nerve cen?
tres, and is, thereiore, very prejudicial to health,
causing nervous tremor, headache, dyspepsia, kc;
but thc ".\crviuc Tob?cea" cnn bo smoked in any
qnanfty without the least effeot or injury to your
constitution. As to i s perfect safety, I can refer to
thc statement ol'the undersigned gi-n.lernen. Profes?
sors und D ctors in Medicine, who have nade an ex?
amination ot the tame.
lt is sold in pound and half pc und packages, and
in two qualities; No. 1 at $1 per pound; Fine <2d) at
75 cents per pound. Dealers allowed 25 cents dis?
count per poaudwhon buying twenty-five pounls
We have examined the specimens of "Neivino To?
bacco" put into our hands by Mr. Madsen, and think
it a.l that it claims to bo. It contains littlo or no
nicotine, and in ly bo smoked with saio.y and pleas?
ure by ail who indulge iu the habit of smoking.
JOHN L. ANCRUM, M. P.
J. L. DAWSON, KL D.
W. ll, k A. F I I CH. M. D.
FRANK S. HOLM tis.
C. DA VEGA, M. D.
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT PER
BREMEN BARK GAUSS.
.""AA *- ASE s GERMAN CLAY PIPES AND PIPE
OUU HEADS, of various shapes and .'ornas.
For sale low by ??5*1
JOHN CAMPSES k CO.
D. comber 1 _tuths3
p KAL IMPORTED
H A V A N A_ CIGARS!
CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP! FOR GENERAL
Wholesale and Retail.
Sole Agents for De la Realidad, Flor do Morales and
El Encanto de cuba.
Just rccciv d ex brig Oiproy, direct from Havan3,
FIFTEEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED CIGARS, of
different brands and prices, which we no tv offer at
L iNDBES CHICO, 10 conts each; Loadre- Cilin?
drado, 10 couta each; Media Regalia, 3 for 50 cents;
Conchas dc R?silia. 3 for 50 cents; Cazadoras, 25
cents each; Cazadoras Imperiales, No. 1, 30 cents
each; Cigarette , 20 cents vcr bunch: Mose ibitas, 10
ceuts eaeli; Reiuas.No. 2, 12 cents each; Reinas, No.
1, 35 cents eai-h; rtrevas, 20 cenis earh; i lantation,
26 cents each, and Leaf, foi sale low. All ot which
wo guar-intcc a* represented.
Cou-tontly on Laud a large stock cf Domestic
Cigars, which wc offer to our friends and thc publia
SAYAS & MARINAS,
No. 80 MARKET-STREET,
November 28 C Second d <or rom Meeting.
CrtKAP TOBACCO 1
BOXE6 GOOD CHFWING TOBACCO, JUST
BECETVi?D, and f Jr ?ale at a low price, bj tho
box or small quantity, at tho
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