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-Gold at New York closed quiet at 35.
-The New York cotton market closed firm
bnt leaf" active yesterday. Salas 2500 bales at
-The Liverpool cotton market closed steady.
Uplands ll|d.all$d.; Orleans ll|d. Sales 12,000
-The death of Berryer, the celebrated
French advocate, is announced by cabio.
-A dispatch has been received announcing
that Mount Etna, in Sicily, is in a state of
-London capitalists offer $1,000.000 for
the North 8tar gold mine, in Grass Valley,
-The demolition of the walls and fortifica?
tions of Barcelona has been decreed in conse?
quence of the increase of tho population in
-A Poliah landlord bad to pay three hundred
roubles because his daughter of seven years,
in a room by herself, played .? Polish national
air on a piano.
-Four colored men are on the grand jury of
the United States Circuit Court, now in session
in Richmond, and six colored men on the list
of petit juiors.
-Louis Napoleon is buying war material
Tiuht and left. The granaries, warehouses and
arsenals of the empire are filled to overflow?
ing; still the w jrk goes on.
-Paris is crowded with strangers, among
who n the young American ladies attract great
attention. They are said to bo the handsomest
who promenade the Champs Elysees.
-The Workingmen's party of Boston have
nominated Isaac W. May for May >r of that city.
There are now three candidates for that office
in the field-Hon. Moses Kimball, representing
tho Republican and People's parties; Mayor
Shurtleff, the Democratic, and Mr. May, the
-A Parisian statistician computes that as
the births since the creation of the world have
been 66,627 843,273,075,221 souls, and that there
are in the vroxid only 3,095,000 equare leagues
of flat surface, that only ono-fifth of a squaro
foot of land is allotted to each inhabitant for
-One-fourth of the City of Little Rock, Ar?
kansas, is owned by Radical Congressman
Schenck, be having bought it np at a tax or
confiscation sale. He draws the rent ($100,000
annually) and leaves the former owners-who
contest his title-to pay the taxes. He has
never paid the purchase money, and so he hos
a safe and good thing any way.
-The Austrian Government has fitted out
and dispatched an expedition which will sail
abound the world. It ia under command of
Earl Soherzer. The object of the entorprise
is to introduce the products of Austrian indus?
try into distant markets, and extend the com?
merce of the empire. The expedition is under
especial instructions to visit the principal
port 3 of China and Japan, and proceed thence
to California and the South American coast.
- Tho most lucrative living in the English
Church has just been made vacant by the death
of its late holder. This is the living of Dod
dington, a country parish, to which is joined
also that of March, and it is worth the round
sam of eight thousand pounds a year. The
gift belongs to a nobleman, not au archbishop,
and he is likely to be as closely ron down by
applicants for the position as General Grant is
by the office seekers for foreign missions and
the like. No office that General Grant can
dispose of yields, in a legitimate way, forty
thousand dollars in gold, and certainly no pop?
ular preacher in America rcceiveb suchasabry
for bis clerical ministrations.
-Tho Washington (November 29) corres?
pondent of the Baltimore Sun, speaking of tho
approaching session of Congress, says: The
indications now are that tho absorbing mattere
next session will be those relating to the fin?
ances. The committee of ways and means will
bring forward measures early in the session,
and not wait until the last days and then be
defeated for want of time, as they were last
spring. It is well understood from members
nf the committee who have been bere that the
main features of the tax bill of last year will
be reintroduced, and in time to permit of a
thorough consideration by both housos. It is
reported that Mr. Frank Tho mas'will make a
last effort to have tho Stato government of
Maryland declared unrepublican in form, but
the Radicals here do not now look with as
much favor upon that proposition as they did a
year or two ago. and Mr. Thornes will never
again find as many followers in this move
as he has hitherto. Of the promineut Radi?
ca 's, General ?chenck is probably tho only one
who would really wish to soe the quostion
again agitated. It is said, too, that the pun?
ishment by whipping poBt and stocks in Dela?
ware will be need aa a stiffener to this Mary?
land project; and the hope in 6orao quarters
is, that by uniting both States in a bill, and
bringing both together under Republican ban,
something may be accomplished. Bat the
most earnest advocates of this measure will bo
the sore heads who profess to have been badlv
treated while on their way to Philadelphia to
-Senator Sherman's views upon the nation?
al finances are published in tho New York
Herald. The questions connected with recon?
struction having been settled by tho late olcc
tion, Mr. Sherman is of the opinion that Con?
groes should now devoto its attention toward
restoring a specie currency to thc country. To
do this, he thinks, "?ve must satisfy the peo?
ple that in no event will there be an increase
in the currency. This will be the first step in
the appreciation of the paper, and will accom
pbsh all that an increase in tho currency could
do, because it will increaso its representative
value. Next we must adopt every other means
of giving to tho outstanding currency a higher
value. Thus, if the gold receipts of tho
government are in execs* of the gold in?
terest it has to pay, tbero mm>t bo no ac?
cumulations and subsequont speculative
treasury sales; but instead of this tha
government must receive a portion of tho
customs in currency. Besidos thia we must
allow tbe notes to be converted into bonds
say the ten-forty bond. In addition to these
measures f jr increasing the value of thc piper
I would require the national banks to keep;
their reserves in legal tender, and also to kei p
these reserves out of the speculations of Wall
street." Mr. Sherman does not favor the pro?
ject of using surplus greenbacks for tbe pay?
ment of Government bonde. If carried out,
he is of the opinion that it would be regarded
as a violation of tbe public faith and "it ?B
best not to lie under suspicion." He regards
Mr. Pendleton'3 th?ories as "repudiation in its
worst form;" is a strong friend of national
banks, and believes in our present system of
taxation. He calls the Radical funding bill "a
bridge to get over the election," and says :
"The attempt to reduce interest to four per cent,
in this country will fail. A funding bill must
have more in it than a new privilege to the
bondholder. Wo want a comprehensive meas,
ure, providing fer, first, funding the green?
backs; second, the reduction of the debt;
third, the redemption of the five-twenty bonds
when the five years are out, by sale of bonds
boaring a lc wer rate of interest." The account
concludes with an expression of Senator Sher?
man's hearty indorsement ot universal suffrage,
and the hope that Congress would embody this
doctrine in a constitutional amendment to be
submitted to the States.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1868.
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Pollard and History.
So many matters of graver importance
have recently occupied our attention, that
perhaps few of our readers remember tbe
protest we urg?d against the Mercury's
commendation of Mr. Pollard and his forth?
coming Life of Jefferson Davis. The sub?
stance of what we had to say was this : 1.
We could not agree with our contemporary
that Mr. Pollard had laid the Southern peo?
ple under any obligation by his historical
works, which were often incorrect, and were
unsupported by any weight of personal
character. 2. We deprecated any attack
from the South upon Mr. Davis, especially
while he is under prosecution for our sake,
as unseasonable, ungrateful and criminal.
To this article, all the assertions of which
are notoriously and in every particular cor?
rect, Mr. Pollard publishes a characteristic
reply in the "Southern Opinion." He has
denied neither of our positions; indeed,
how could he ? To our criticisms he furi?
ously objects-of course. Oar reference to
facts in his career, which unfit him for the
dignified office of Southern historiographer,
and which are known to the uttermost limit
of newspaper circulation, are "anonymous
"libels of a newspaper printed a thousand
"miles away:"-would Mr. Pollard have
drawn upon hi3 vocabulary quite so freely,
if our article, as well as his card, hud been
published in a paper of Richmond or Balti?
more ? We have no fancy for drawing from
police reporte; but will our historiographer
please tell us what single statement or im?
plication in our criticism varies from the
truth by shadow of a shade ? And if what
we said is indisputably true, had not the
time come when that truth should be spo?
ken in behalf of the Southern people whom
this writer intended again "to represent
"and lay under obligations," and in behalf
of Mr. Davis whom, iu our name, he again
undertook to assail ?
We have no cause for personal aversion
to Mr. Pollard; we only protest against
being championed by him. Instead of help?
ing the Southern people, he has, in our
judgment, gravely prejudiced their cause.
Instead of shielding the prosecuted South?
ern leader, he aggravates his fall andern
bitters his exile. Instead of vindicating
Southern fame, he flouts at their "chivalry,"
as in his lates-, "card" iu Richmond. He hus
left their camp. Let him, then, accept the
fortunes of a free lance, and no longer
pretend to be fighting under their banners.
A rute de guerre may be practiced a little
too often; and thia Mr. Pollard may find
when his new Trojan horse is finished.
Nobody expects our author to restrain
tongue or pen as long as life lofts; but why
should he disincline to represent himself,
his own historic self
"Only this and nothing more ?"
There must be dissatisfaction and loud
voiced protest when he says : "I have niain
' tained the reputation of the Southern peo
"ple and the virtue of their cause; but have
"only been able to do it consistently with
"the unworthiness of Mr. Davis, and on the
"hypothesis that he was weak and derelict."
But when ho says : "Now if I am a rowdy,
"capable of writing history, my rowdyiem
"is of no matter; or rather, it is an admirable
"phenomenon, considering its extraordina?
ry gifts ?"-whatever we may think of the
logic, there is no one who oan help admir?
ing the sublime self-consciousness. And
when he closes his flattering card with the
modest request that we shall publish it over
again, and with the reminder that the pub?
lic will know, despite our silenc?, that we
are suffering from his resentment, we have .
no words to express our pleasure. Here it
is nature itself that speaks !
But seriously, the avowed purpose of Mr.
Pollard is sufficient to condemn him as a
hi ?tor i an. He bringa to BO grave a work
thepassiona and extravagances of a pam?
phleteer. He ?'plainly and sternly" asserts
either that the Southern people have in?
curred "a dire disgrace-a Bhame-an in
"famy unparalleled in modern annals," or
that Jefferson Davis was "little brained as
?a man and despicable as a ruler." Ho
advertises that he will publish such scan?
dals about this noble, afflicted gentleman,
once the chieftain of us all, and now suffer?
ing for us all, as flush thc chetk with indig?
nant shame, even in their bare outline. One
can scarcely believe that Mr. Pollard him?
self can associate that honored name with
?'vengeful plots," with "underhanded cor?
respondence," with "incendiarism," with
"the influence of a woman in Mississippi ?"
In such a fashion does Pollard do up his?
tory. To him it is all a melodrama, to be
dashed off coarsely and quickly by thc au?
thor, to be splashed off by the scene painter
with verniillion and gamboge, to come be?
fore the public a mighty sensation of tinsel
and thunder, cf fire and flowers and blood.
To him there is no happy mean; no deep
philosophy of history; no solace for a de?
feated people except that they have been
betrayed; no explanation of the failure of j
public measure?, except that the statesman
in charge of them had a devil and was one.
A history of suoh sort literature repudi?
ates. And in the present case, higher than
literary questions are involved. What ha\e
we come lo, when a writer with Southern
blood in his veins, executes such a work as
a defence of our people, and proposes to
foist it upon our credulity as the life of our
impoverished, persecuted, exiled leader!
Mr. Pollard aecd not, fear that his prom?
ised "proofs" will ba allowed to pass un?
questioned when the book appears. He
asks for criticism; he will have enough of
it. There are some, qualified to speak,
whose official duty to the public requires
them to lett literary drugs which possibly
may be poisons. Ile hr.s greater reason to
fear that the people whom he saves from ' 'un?
paralleled infamy," will prove eo ungrate?
ful as to refuse to buy his book. The lan?
guage of his own brother, in publishing the
card, shows what the most kindly criticism
of the production will be. "We do not
"wish," he says, "to be understood by its
"publication as endorsing or approving his
"views or animadversions upon Mr. Davis.
"As the present occasion offers the oppor?
tunity, we may Bay here, in all frankness
"and simplicity, that we LOVE Mr. Davis,
"and that we have always regarded him and
"still regard him, as pure, noble and hon?
orable a man as over lived. We have
"thought this plain avowal proper lest we
"might lc classed with his enemies and defamers,
"when we are in truth one of his greatest
"admirers." If a brother protests, in such
language, against Mr. Pollard's undertak?
ing, he need not assign, either to "envy,
"malice or cowardice," the louder protest
of the outside world. The further he goes
the worse he must expect to fare-until he
The Palmetto Line-Through. Cars to
Kew Orleans and Vicksburg.
Charleston bids fair to rival the great
cities of the North in the perfection of |
her arrangements for carrying "through
"freights" with the least cost and greatest
safety and dispatch. Already there is in
operation the "Star Line," by which
freight is sent from this city to Greenville
without change of cars, and the " Oreen
Line," by which freight is sent through in
the rame manner to Memphis, Cincinnati,
Louisville and St. Louis; and in a day or
two the new " Palmetto Line " will be in
operation, by which freight will be Bent
through to Selma, Mobile, New Orleans and
Vicksburg without breaking bulk. The
last named line will carry the symbolic
Palmetto of South Carolina to the Crescent
City and to the bluffs of Vicksburg, warning
them, as the cities of Ohio, Tennessee and
Kentucky have been warned, thal Charleston
is asserting, by her enterprise and commer?
cial sagacity, her claims to the immense
trade of the South and West. Cars loaded
in Charleston will soon be seen in all the
important towns of the Southwest, and for
this evidence that our city is abreast of the
times we have only to thank the direction
of the South Carolina Railroad Company.
pst ann /cunit.
GOLD WATCH LOST.-A LADY, OA
passing through Middle and Alexander streets,
on yesterday, dropped a Small Flue Double Case
GOLD WA ICH. A liberal reward will be paid lor its
recovery. Apply at C. H. JOHNSON'S 'Jemploof
Fashion, King street. December 2
LOST.AYELI.OW AND WHITE SET?
TER PUP, eight months old; had ou, when
lost, a leather collar with a city badee. A si'itablo
reward will be paid for her return'toNo. 48 BRO AD,
or No. 7 ME bl i ISO-STREET._November 30
LOST, OX MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23,
a Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double caso, white
face, with chain attached. Finder will plcass leave
thc same at THIS OFFICE, where a reward will be
riven if required. November 25
FOH SALE, ONE COMFORTABLE
DWELLING, containing four rooms, in Bo
gard-strect, No. 19.
One comfortable DWELLING of four rooms, in
Bogard-strcct, No. 21.
Ono comfirlablo DWLLLlNG of tour roomi>, in
Cemin?-strcet, west s;de, above Spring-street, No. -
Api ly to WM. H. DAWSON.
Real Estate Agent.
December 2 n No. 65 Broad-street.
]J10K SALE. AT THE CHARLESTON
J HOTEL STABLES, a fine raddle PONY.
November 30 3
FOM SALK OR ?EST, THAT COMMO?
DIOUS and well appointed Tecemont House
Nos 2 aud4 Uerresford-sirec?. containing IC rooms,
wi:h extensive servant*' apartments. For terms ap?
ply to J. T. HUMPHREYS, Real Estate Ageut,
November 30 Ne. 27 Broad-street,
COPARTNERSHIP.- THE U N D E R
SIUNED have this day formed a copartnership
for thu purpose of t-biprmg sailor?, under thc name
of CHARLES S. W.<KF.- lt i CO., atNo. 54East 1 ay,
and will give prompt attention to any business com?
mitted to them. CHARLES S. WAKFt lt.
H KN RY M\Y.
JAMES B. rMITH.
November 30,1858 ?nwfj
PtS5olntfra ol' CajinrtncrsMp.
AJ <> TIC K_THE COPARTNERSHIP
JLl heretofore exisliag between HIRAM DEW?
ING. HENRY I). hUUKBTr, HfcNEY il. CLAREE
and tho late JOEL A, VANNO?. mailor the name ol
LEWING, BURKETT lc CO., expired by its own
limitation ou thc90th November, 18C8.
Mr. IL NRY W. BUIiEaT'i Laving purchased the
entic a.ssoa and in crest of thc concern, has ass ini
od all liabilities, and rll persons indebt-d to thc said
-ria will mate pat ment to bim.
H LEAM DEWING.
Hi-NRY D. BUHKETT.
HUN RY D. CLARK IC.
Charleston, S. C., Novomber 30, 180S.
December I tl
OF? ICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE,
Sole Impoi ter of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnappt,
So. 32 Bcaver-atreet.
NEW YORK, November 3. 1868.
To thc People of the Southern States :
WHEN THE TUBE MEDICINAL BESTOBATIVE.
now BO widely knovin as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SC?NAPPS, was in'rodnced into the world under
thc endorsement of four thousand leading members
of the medical profession some tweuty years ago, its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to Invest it
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate 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 tbus ascertained, sam?
ples of tho article were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all the leading practitioners in
tbe United States, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation and a
report of the result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of the moBt eminent medical men in
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had lona been wanted by
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on the
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
moro or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the ol of juniper, which formed one of
thc principal ingredients of the Schnapp?, together
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, in the estimation of thc faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant as a diuredc, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials lrom professional
men of the highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of thc
Schnapps, aa one of tbo guarantees of Its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud were also
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, the
label -vas copyrighted, a Jae simile of the proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
cover, his name and that of the preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and the corks were sealed with
bis private seal. Ko article had evor been sold in
this country under the name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, In 1851; and tbo label was deposited, as
his trado mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of New York during that
It might be supposed by persons una quainicd
with tho d mag character of the pirates who prey
upon the reputation ot honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that thc ] pro?
tections so carefully thrown around these Schnapps
would bave precluded tbe introductions and sale of
counterfeits. They seem, bowovcr, only to have
stimula'ed the rapacity of impostors. The trade
mark of th : proprietor has been f tolen ; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from tho medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; bis labels and
bottles have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worse than all,
dishonorable retailers, after disposing of the genuine
contents of his bottles, have iTled them up with
common gin, the most dele'.oriouB of all liquors, and
thus made his name and br md a cover for poison.
Tho public, the medical profession and tho sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, are equally intereste I with the
proprietor in thc detection and suppression of those
notorious practices. The genuine article, manuiac
tured at the establishment of the undersigned in
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a barley of thc
finest quality, und flavored with an essential extract
of the berry of the Italian jutipe-, of unequalled pu?
rity. By a proccts unknown in the preparation of
any other liquor, it is treed from every acrimonious
and corrodive element.
Complaints have been received from tho leading
physicians and families in thc Southern States of
the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps in those marketa; und travellers,
who are In tho habit of using it as an antidote to the
baneful influence of unwholesome rivor water, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Scbicdim bottles, ls
frequently palmed eff upon the unwary. The
agents of the undersigned have been requested to
institute inquiries on the srbject, and to forward to
him the names of such parties as they may ascer?
tain to bo engaged in tho atrocious system of decep?
tion. In conclusion, the undersigned would say that
ho has produced, from under the hands of thc most
distlngui'hea mon of science in America, proofs un
answerable of tbe purity ond medicinal excel?
lence of thc Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
ho has expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
he designed should project the public and himself
against fraudulent imitations; that he has shown it
to be the only liquor in the world that can be uni?
formly depended upon aa unadulterated; that ho bas
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all Its lonni; and from every ordeal
the preparation whl.h bears his name, seal and trado
mark, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
it a duty he owes to bis lellow-cit:zms generally, to
the rred:eal protes^lon and the sick, to denounce
and expose the charlatans who counterfeit these evi?
dencies of identity, and be calls upon the press and
the public to aid him in his efforts to remedy so great
Thc following letters aud certificates from the
lending physicians and chemist-! of this city will
prove to the roador that all goods sold by tho undcr
siyne 1 ?re all that they arc rep re cn ted to be.
I .'col bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as boing in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all events, it is
the purest possible orticlo of Holland Oin. htrcto
torc unobtainable, and as such may bo safely pre?
scribed bv physicians.
DAVID L. MO VT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 tisE-sTCEET, NEW YOKE, I
November Ul. LMJT. f
L'noLrno WOLFF, Esq., Prttc it:
Dear Sir-I have made a chcinica! cximinallou o?
a samplo of your Schiedam Schnapps, with the in?
tent of determining if any fun i m or injurious sub?
stance bad been added to th- simple distilled spirits.
The examination has resulted in thc conclusion
that thc sample contained no persono.is or harmful
admixture I have leen unable to discover any
tiree ot the deleterious substances wich ure em?
ployed in the adulteration of liquors. 1 would not
hesitate to use myself or to recommend toothers,
tor medicinal purposes, thc Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent and unobjectionable variety el gin.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SELLY, Chemist.
NEW YOBK, NO. 53 CEDAR-STUEET. I
Novsm.ier 'JG, 18(57 J
UooLrRO WOLFE, Esq., Present :
Dear Sir-I have submitted to chemical an?lisis
two bottle*, ot "icaiedam Schnapps," which 1 took
from a frosh package in your bnuued warehouse, and
find, as before, that thc spirituous liquor is tree
lrom injurious ingredient; or falsification; that it
has thc marks of bting aged and not recently prc
pared ny mechanical admixture of ul cobol and aro?
ltespecnully, FRED. F. MAYER,
NEW Vonrt, Tuesday, May 1.
UDOLPHO WOLFE ESQ.:
Dear Sir-The want of pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purpose* ha i h en long foll by the pro
tession. and thousands ol' lives have been sacrificed
by thc use ot adulterated articles. Delirium tremens,
and oth'T diseases o. the bruin and nerves, so rife
in this eouatrv, arc very rare in Europe, ewiug, in a
(Tveat dc'ree. io the ?tiff? renee n the pu irv ol' the
We have tested the severn! arti 'les imported and
sold by you uac.uding your Oin, which you ?ell un?
der the name of Aromatic ?ehieduni Scbuiipps, which
wc consider justly entitled to the high reputation it
hui acquired in this country; and from your long ex?
perience as a foreign importer, your Bottled Wiues
and Liquors should weet w th tho same demaud.
Wuwould recommend you to appoint some ot the
respectable apothecaries in differcut parts of th* city
as agents for lira sale of your Brandies ?nd Wines,
Where ibo profession caa obtain the same when
uceded for medicinal put-pesos.
Wishing you success in your new et.terprise,
Ho remain, . our obedient servants,
VALENTINE MOTT, M. IL, Profesor ot Surgery,
University Medical College, New Yo.k.
J. M. CAKXO' H VN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
t-urgrry, Surgeon-m-t bi-f to the Stale Hospital,
A:c, No. 14 Ka?t Sixteenth-street.
LEWIS A. KAYKfc, M. I:, No. 73 i Broadway.
ii P. I'E WEES, M. li. No. 731 Broadway.
SOHfcPH VTORSTEit, M D.. No. 12U Ninth-street.
NELSON UTE ELL', M. D., No. 37 Ul? ker-strcct.
JOHN O'rtEIL'.Y, M. D., No. 230Fourth street
lt. L r.APH.u.L, .M. v., Prof s.soi- of the Principles
and i*rac!ic.!0t sur erv, New i'o:K Medica. Col?
lege, kc, No. 31 Niutn-i treet, and others.
1 he proprietor aL?o offers far sale.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for mc
iiieinal use. Euch battle ha* his certificate of its pu?
rity. I DOLF .'AV WOLFE.
November ll 3 mos
COMMISSION H. RS OF MARKETS.
AREGULAR MONTHLY MEETING- OP THE
Commissioners of MarkoU will ba held Th is
Afternoon, at Five o'clock.
December 2 1 Chiof Clerk.
CHARLESTON BOAriD OF TRA OE.
THE REG ULAH MONTHLY MEETING OF 1 HE
Board will take place at Seven o'clock This
Evening. H. DAER, Secretary,
December 2 1
I. O. O. F.
SOOTH CAROLINA LODGE NO. L
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
LODGE will be bold This Evening, at Sereu
Tue Grand Master will be In attendance to give in?
struction in tho work ot the Order. A full attend?
ance ii requested.
By order. L. C. LOYAL,
December 2 w Secretary.
LANDMARK LODGE. No. 76, A.P. It;.
THE ANNIVERSARY t OMMUNICATION
,of Landmark Lodge, No. 70. A. F. M., wiU,be
held at thc Masonic Hall, Th.s Evming, at
^ Seven o'clock Membei s will come prepared
to pay arre?is.
By order of the W. M. W. H. PRIOLE\U,
December 2 1 ?-ocrotary.
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION,
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
L'.dgo will bc held 7Ai's (Wednesday) Evening,
at Seven O'CIOLV. Candidates lor thc Fourth Degree
will be in attendance.
By order of the T. P. G. M.
December 2 1 E. E. BEDFORD, Secretary.
KKW ENGLAND SOCIETY.
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF
the Society will bo held This Evening, the 2d
instant, at haif-past Sevan o'c'ock precisely, at thc
Members will please bo pnnc'ual in attendance, as
business of importance will bc brought up ?or consi?
The usual Quarterly Supper will be given.
By order of thc President.
December 2 1 Secretary.
HOUSE WANTED IN THE WESTE KN
part of the city; a geutoel reid lot cc suitable
for a small family is desire'!. Applv at No 39
WANTEO TO HIKE. A COMPETENT
sud well r\ ournie adel ENGINEER to go
in the country. Apply ia BASEMENT OF STATE
BANK, corner of Broad and East Bay.
December 1 2
WANTED, A SMALL HOUSE, OR A
part ot a house, ia thc central part ol the
city. Applv to E. SCO I T, Shirt Emporium, Meet?
ing-street, opposite i arliet.
December 1 3
SERVANTS AV ANTE D.-A GOOD COOK
end HOU^E SERV\NT wanted. Apply at the
CORNER OF TR ADD AND SAVAGE STREETS.
INFORMATION WANTED OF MICHAEL
I'RoUT. son lo John and Ellen Prout, who left
Charleston about two years ago, ana is supposed to
bc working in nr about havannah. Any information
respecting him will bc than'-fully received hy hi?
father, JOHN PROUT, at Richard Hogan's, Charles?
ton, S. C._13*_No vern bor 23
ANTED.-I WANTA MAN TO TAKE
the AGENCY for Lloyd's G rest Double Revolv?
ing MAPS OE EUROPE AND AMERICA, with the
1000 county colored Map of the United States on tho
hack, issued to-day, and necdo.l by every family,
school and library in the land, with patent reverses,
by which either map eau bc throwu front Each Map
is C2 by Ct inchos large, with ribbon binding and
doublc-.'accd rollers; cost jut),out) and three years'
labor. Price SS; worth $50. A small capital will do
to start with. $10 a oopv cou bo got for these great
Maps, ."?end for circular, terms, kc Twcntv new
maps under way. J. T. LLOYD.
Pustofficc Box 12J, Atlauta, Ga.
November 19 DAC Imo
GARDENING, HORTICULTURE, Ac.
JULES LAVEKGNE respectfully informs his
pat'ons and the public thpt he has returned f:om
Paris and has again located in Chai loi on, prepared
to do all work in his business, such ac LAYING OU T
GARDENS, Tr.mining Fndt, Ornamental and Shado
Trees, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Sc., in tho best and
most approved mauuor, and nt ti.o lowest p:i e..
Ho ask? tb oso wan tine such work doue to loa vc an
order for him at the store of M. H. SOUBEYUOUX,
No. 32S Kiig-strect, and bo guarantees to give lull
Ho is allowed to rpfer to Messrs James H. Easou,
G. W. Aimar, L. Chai io, William L. Webb, ,'1 homos
D. Ka-on, and Ueujamiu F. Evans.'
WANTED, BOARD, F OR A GENTLE?
MAN, wife, three chllarca aa>l nurse. Will
require twe rooms, and p ain, but substantial, tablo.
Address, stating terms, fcc, "M. S.," Box No. 3a5,
Charleston, S. C. November 3
WANTED. BOARD IN PRIVATE
family for Gentleman and wife; lotatiou con?
venient to Post?nico. Addles* H. M., Box i'H,
Charleston Postolhcp. October 2t?
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
TUE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGn'TER,
April 21 No. 101 Kiug-strcrt.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE-SER VA NTS
can be obtained by apphcatto to tba "UNION
H'^ME," IroraO HUH o'clock daily.
Servants caa al-o lind places by application to the
same place, at tho same hours Inquire for tho Ma?
tron, cor uer Church and chalmers Btieet
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
ARMED MAN, as overseer of hands, or super?
intendent om farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other emplovment that a one-armed man can
fill. Apply at Nu. ll ANN-sTREET. Applicant eau
giro geed references. September 22
WANTED, UY A GENTLEMAN FROM
the up-counlry, a situation as CLERK in
eilhei a Wholesale or Retail Grocery Store; is ex?
perienced in the butine it, and cm influence tiade.
Best of refercuces given. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Fasrefliee, ionia Carolina.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to writo for thc press, employment on
ono or ?.ore Literary Papers or Magazines, as ft
WRITER OP SKETCHES. POETRY, 4c. Address
Mi.-'s K. E. W" PostonVo, Charleston, S. C.
Tl? RENT, TWO ROOMS AND A DRES?
SING ROOM, willi a piazza, and a kitchen of
four roon.s i'll thc pi omisos, a cistern aud well of
wat-r. Apply at No. 39 UASEL-S1REET.
December 2 2*
THO RENT, A PART OF A HOUSE SIT
_L UATED in tho southern p rtiott ot the city, or
ti e rooms rapara tel y, which opeu on piazzas lo the
s ulh. Applv at THIS OFFICE.
Dccem'cur 2 2*
rpo RENT, TWO BASEMENT ROOMS.
L price moderate. Also. TWO LOIS tor sale. Ap?
plv at No. 'J2 CANNON'S J REE T.
ri (> RENT, TH AT LA O GE DWKLL1NG
.1 pleasantly situated in Hampstead, containing
niue rooms; flne cistern, lanie yard, stable, car
ria:.o house, ke. To au approved tenant, rent will
bc moderate. For terms, apply io
WAL H. DAWSON,
Real Estate .Agent,
December 2 wfrat? No. U5 Hroad-street.
TO RENT, THAT PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED BRICK DWELLING No. RS Tradd
street, ca*t ol Mrelb.g street, with ail necessary out?
buildings, ga*, fine cistern, kc
For terms, apply to WM H. DAWSON,
Real Estate Agout, No G5 Br. ad-street.
TO KENT. A NEAT TWO-AND-A-IJ ALF
STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-street. Ap;>ly
at No. 452 KINu, corner John-street
November lfl wfm
rpo R S NT, A SPACIOUS STOKE AT
J. the Bend of Ki.-ig-stroot.
A DWELLING POUSE, recently put tu thorough
repair. Aiplyto If. H. ft A Ml ON D,
November 20 fmw No S Watcr-i roct.
rpo RENT, STORE No. 153 LAST BAY,
A. a good business stmd, suitable tor wholesale
purpose*; extensive yard in roar ol building.
For terms appli to
J. T. HUMP-1 REY*.
Real Estate Agent, No. 27 Broad s'roec.
mo KENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER.
1 Apply at THIS OFFICE_October 2M
rs>0 ItEXT, A FINE GROCERY STA N D,
A with fixtures complete, corner King and Clif?
ford stn els. Terms moderate. Appl ? at BERNARD
O'NEILL'S, No. 189 EASI BAY.
November LS Imo*
REMOVAL.-SATAS?? MARIN AS II WE
removed their CI" \U AND TOHACfO BU>I
NEsS from their old stand in MA UK ET-STU LET to
No. 80 MAL'KET-SThKET. wo omi door from Matt?
ing-reut, and hope to seo their o:d friands and
cu.-1 uner.? rt - they have mlar,'ed their business, and
ar ? readv to sell thc hist of articles cheap for cash
Nov t io bur 28 tl
KERI OT AL.-CAMERON ?fc BARKLEY
bav-i removed to their new building, at the
north corner of Meeting and Cumberland streets.
November 25 12
DU. J. S. MITCHELL HAS REMOVED
his office and residence lo tho SOUTHEAST
COUNL.1! OE KING AND JOHN STREETS.
FOB THE BESEFTT OF THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
WILL BE HELD
IN THE HIBERNIAN HALL,
Commenting This Erening, Nov'r30lh.
THE REVERSES OF THE CHURCH DURING
and ? ince thc war have rendered her necessities
great, and, in thc hour of her need, aho asks the aid
of all ?ho may be deposed to lend a helping hand.
The ladies have made extensive preparations, and
will spare no pain? to render the KA TR attractive.
The FAIR will be conducted under thc patronage
of the following gentlemen:
Hon H D LESESNE Col ZIMMERMAN DAVIS
Hon W D PORTER Col R W SEYMOUR
Hon P C GAILLARD Col W P SHINGLE a
Hon C H SLMONTON W B HERIOT, Esq
Hon HENHY BUIST W G WHLLDEN, Esq
Oen JAMES CONNER W & HENEEEY, Esq
Gen JAMES SIMONS HIR>M B OLNEY, Esq
SAM'L LORD, Jr., Esq W Y LEITCH, Esq
A SIMOND8, Esq J G MILNOR, Esq
JAMES L GAN rr, Esq X A W LLB cm, E*q
8 Y TUPPER. Esq D H SILCOX. Esq
W K RYAN, Esq Capt IS LUDD
L D MOWRY, Esq | S HYDE, Esq
J K MURRELL, Esq W J HERIOT, Esq
F W DAWSON, Esq JAMES R ADDISON. Esq
S t: BLACK, Esq ARTHUR FAIRLY, Esq
E V.' MARSHALL, Esq M BOLGER, Esq
J O CRASS, Esq Capt O W "WHITE
A J CREWS, Esq J M CAUSON, Esq
GEORGE H MOPTETT Esq W J AXSON, Esq
C FRONKBEEGER, Esq B C SCARES, Esq.
C T DUNHAM, Esq WM 1 HAYER, Esq
The Fair will be open from Thi ec to Five o'clock
bathe afternoon and from Six to Lleven P. M.
The Street Cars will be in attendance at thc close
of the Fair each evening
Tickers of adrmssion 25 cents; children 10 rents;
to be bod at Hall. Charleston and Pavilion Hotels,
and at Russell's Bookstore andWhildeu's Jewelry
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' H O 31 E,"
WILL BE HELD AT
THE "HOME" IN BROAD-STREET,
OX THE 15? DECEMBER NEXT.
THE BOARD CF CONTROL OF THE "HOME"
return their thanks ti the community for the assist?
ance which has been txtonded them in their under?
taking, and will he thankful tor any contributions of
money, provisions and fancy articles.
Packages from a distance will bo tros sported free
of charge, by the Express Couipa&y and Railroads,
if directed to Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN, President of
Widows' Home, Charleston. S. C.
H. B.-Positively no Lists for Ruffles will be circu?
lated about tho hall. Chances, if desired, can bc se?
cured at the respective tobie.?.
BOARD OF CONTROL.
Mrs M A SNOWDEN, Mrs J H WIL-ON.
Airs D E HUOER, Mrs C S VEDDEB,
Mrs Gi o ROBERTSON, Miss Al MIDDLETON.
Mrs J S SNOWDEN, Miss M B CAMPBELL,
Miss M HORLBECK, Miss E E PALMER,
Mrs HENRY RAVENEL Ml-s ANNA ?SIMP?CN,
Mrs M P MATHESON .
Mrs. M. A. SN 0 WD KN. tYc-idoBt.
Mis* MATILDA MIDDLETON, Vicc-Prrsident.
Miss M. B. CAMPBELL, Sec and Treasurer.
Mrs. J. H. WILSON, Corresponding Secretary.
Uoticcs in p?nkrup?cn.
IN THK DISTIUCT COUItT OF THE
UNITED STATE?. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH C A ItOLINA-IN TH E MATTER OF h ENRY
H. BONNET. BANKRUPT. BY WHOM A PE
TI?ION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON THE 29TH DAY OF MAY
A. D., 1P?8, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This ls to give notice that on thc thirtieth day of |
Nveewibtr, A. D. 180S, a Warrant in Bai kruptcy was
issued ajoinst the Esta'e nf HENRY H. BONNET,
of Orange Parish, in the District of Oraneeburg. and
bute, of South Carolina, who has been adjudged
u Bankrupt on his own petition; that the puymeut
of any debts and de'ivory of any property belong?
ing to said Bankrup*, to him or tor his us;, and
tho transfer of any property by him are forbidden
by law; that a meotmg of toe Creditors of the
said Bankrupt, to pro7c their debt?, and to choose
one or more Assigne s of bis Estate, will bo hold at
a Court of Baubruplcy, to bo boldon at No. 7.' Broad?
sheet, Charleston, South Carolina, before it. B. CAR?
PENTER, Rpgistrar, on the twelfth day of De?
cember, A. D., 1868, at 9 o'clock, A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING.
United States Marshal as Messenger.
December 2 1
J^Z?SMAS'S CANDY FACTOI?Y,
No. 279 KING'S TREET.
CANDY PUT UP TN AS?0R1ED BOXES OF 23,
SO and 100 pound?, suitablo for Country 'I rade.
Merchants can rely upon our Condies being per?
fectly freo from all such pji ouoas substances as
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DUST.
Alse, constantly ou bond, a full supply ot
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No ex'ra charlo for boxing. December 2
VASES A>D FANCY GOODS.
A large and well selected ossorimcnt suitable for
Bridal ant Gbrlstmas Presents.
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM G. WfllLDEN <fc CO.,
No. 333 KINO-STREET.
Novembor SO _m wi ii
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
TOILET A UT ? CLES
EVhiR BROUGHT TO ?HLS MARKET, C OMPRIS
ING ARTICLES MADE liY
LUBIN, RI il EN EL, COITDRAY. (JLh AVER,
SUCH TE HYGIENIQUE, FARINA,
EDE AND Oi HERS.
Together with s Hill assortment of
Tooth, Hair and Nail Brushes,
C O M 13 S ,
ALL OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE, IM?
PORTED PTRECT, AND FOR SALE AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
The ladle? are respectfully invited to call and:x
amino bet?re purcba;n:g el .< v. ter..
C. F. PAXKXIS.
CHEMIST ?ND APOTHECARY,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
C ll A R L E S T O N, S. C.
November 13 fniw3utos
6} r TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, LIRECT FROM
?dtj the cgent, warranto-i |.ure. for sale at market
rates, wi*b a libe al discount in lots cf five tons or
more. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
October 21 O?Q wfmlm
?ramies enlt ?imtUntora.
^AAA BUSHELS Ko. 1 CLAY PEAS FOB
0\J\J\J SEED, not mix?d.
December 1 6 JOHN CAMPSEN k CO;
1 AA BBLS- MANCHESTER MTLL?-FAMTLY
?\*J\J 100 bbls. Mancbetter Milla-Extra
175 bbls. Okalona Mills-Super
150 bbls. Okalona Mills-Fine.
All of the abort Flour ls ground from Southern
Wheat, and for sale le ir by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Factors,
November 23 mwflO Church-street.
MOLASSES ! MOLASSES!
4ft HHD-5. STRICTLY CHOICE SANTA LUCIA
?3 hbde. Extra Fine Muscovado Molasses.
Now landing ex-brig John Pierce.
120 hhds SWEET CUBA MOLASSES
10'J bbls. Swret Cuba Molasses.
For MIC lew, iu lots to suit purchaser?, by
W P. PALL,
December 1 3_Brown k Co.'s Wharf.
HAMS, FLOUB, CORN AND
5OASES "A No. 1" CANVASED fcUGAB-CUBED
200 bbls. Family, Extra, Super and Fine Iiour
20t0 bush-Is Prime Western Corn
COO bales Eastern and North Uiver Hay
SOO bushels Feed Oats
100 bushels Peas
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley on hand.
For sale by WEST k JONES.
November 31 No. 70 East Bay.
FRUITS ! FRUITS! FRUITS!
TI7I HAVE ALWAYS O?? HAND A LARGE SUP
>V PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Bananas. Pineapples, Plantains, cocoanuts, Lemons.
Raisins, Furs, Dates and Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts ot all kinds
BART k WIRTH,
Nos. 55 and 57 Market-street.
November 28 2mo*
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA.
FRESH HOPS, best quality
CREAM OF TARTsB, oheop.
For aa IP, wholesale and retail, by
E. H. KELTERS di CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES.
October 29 No. 131 Meeting-street.
CO-OPERATIVE G ROCE KT,
SOUTHWEST CORSER MEETING AND
MARKET STREETS, '
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED A? CAREFULLY
selected supply ol the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and alto the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all times be found at tho above Store,
established under the auspi> es of thc "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION,", ana
which will coatisue and extend the advantages it
already offers to tho public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
The "objfcct" of the Association i?, as set forth in
its charter, "To furnish meaibarj ami the publie
with the necessaries of lifo of gaod quality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and from the
profits of such sales to accumulate capital for its
Copies of CM Constitution -md By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and all In?
quines legarding tho practical working ot thc enter?
prise will be most ohrorfuily ani promptly satisfied,
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FA LL, Assistant
BOUCHE FUS & CO.'S
For sale by all leading Grocers and Wine Merchants.
Sf. B.-THESE WIVES HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED
A HIOH REPUTATION in Charleston and other
Southe in cities, and are iu every re.peot of the first
doss nwUmo November 23
J) KAL IMPORTED
H AV ANA CIGARS!
CHEAP: CHEAP; CHEAP; FOR GENERAL
Wholesale and Retail.
Sole Agents for Dc la Realidad, Flor de Morales and
El Encanto de cuba.
Just rcceiv.-d tx brig Osprey, threat from Havana,
FIFTEEN THOUSAND SLX HUNDRED CIGARS, of
different brands and prises, which we now offer at
L >NDRES CHICO, 10 cents each; Londrei Cilin?
drado, 10 cents each; Media Regalia, 3 for 50 cents;
Conchas dc Regalia. 3 for 50 cents; Saaadoros, 25
cents eacb; Cazadoras Imperiales, No. 1, 30 cents
each; Cigarette-, 20 cents per bunch ; Moscobitas, 10
cents each; Reinas, No. 2, 12 cents eaob; Reinas, No.
1,15 cents each; Brevas, 20 cents carla; Plantation,
25 cents each, aad Leaf, for sale low. All of which
wc guarantee as repressatsd.
Oon?tantly en band a large Etock of Domestic
Cigars, which wc offer to onr friends and the public
SAYAS & MARINAS,
No. 80 MARKET-STREET,
November 28 6 Second door /rom Meeting.
A good smoke is a perpetual comfort.
Competent critics prououncc it beat for many reasons
It is made ?f the best stock grown.
'i he Nicotine is extracted, there are
No drugs in it csnscquently It is
Anti-nervous in its eff-cts.
lt has an agreeable, aromatic flavor.
roes not burn or shag the tomine,
I.oivo.- no unpleasant aftertaste in thc
Mouth, or disagreeable odor in the room.
Instead ot exciting the nervous forces,
It allays irritation and calms them.
Wo regard it as 'he p?rlec?on of
Smoking Tobacco. Orders fei elegant
Meerscbauaa Pij es an b?i?g poohed daily
In the various cized bags in which rt is s Md,
As an extra induorin.nt for th'<ee
Who love a good smoke to try it.
LORI LL A It D'S
"EUREKA" Smoking Tob?ceo,
Is likewise an exce lent article of choice Virginia
Tobacco, of a heavier body than ti o fermer.
And hence mach cheaper in price; n^vcrth-lees
It m ikes an exuellent smoke. Orders for
Meerschaum ripc3 daily packed in this brand.
LORILL AK D'S
"?ENTUR?M I hewing Tobacco,
Ccirapeeed of the best cutting Loaf in tbs country.
Superior in color, liner in qualLy, ani mal?es a
Better chew than other brands. Acknowledged
Thc Lo ding Fine Cut Tobacco wherever cs -d.
Respectable jobben und dealers in all Fictions
Keep it, ana small buyer* can save money.
Time and trouble by purchasing of them.
LORILLARD'? MACCOBOY, FRENCH RAPPEE
:,Md SC TC H r-NUFFS still r?tala the excellent qual?
ities which hart- made them so fini?os everywhere.
Circulars sent on application.
P. LOltlLLARD, New York.
ESALAS, AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. Brauch ut the Havana Segar Factory, "L?
Valentina," would respectfully invite the attention
of dealers omi smokers to bis very large 6 tock ot
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS, ot Al grades
and rises, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to be os represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or 30 days' ci:y accep?
fto. 113 EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 21 mwflJmo
CHEAP TOBACCO !
?^OXES GOt>D CH-WING TOBACCO. JUST
> RECEIVED, aud f ir sale at a low price, bj the
box or small quantity, ot the
DOOPERAT1YS GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corn.-r Mcaiiuc. and Borket 6treets.
Goods de!iv. red tree. November 28
(Bans, fistula ?ir.
GUNS. RIFLES, PISTOLS.
JU. HAPPOLDT, PRACTICAL GUNMAKER.
. No 119 MEEITNG-STREBT. offers ?t low
pries to suit the tim?s, BREECH-LOADING DOU?
BLE GUNS MUZZLE-LOADING DOUi LE (.Uss.
Superior Single Guns for Boy*. Also RIFLES. RE?
VOLVERS, EQUIPMENTS AND AMMUNITION.
US' REPAIRING executed as luual
October 23 frau