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N E W 8 SUMMARY.
-Gold closed ia New York on Saturday at
-Cotton closed heavy with a slight decline.
Sales 1500 hales; middling 24?a244c.
-Cotton in Liverpool closed heavy. Sales
8000 bales; uplands lld.
-General Lafayette McLaws, late of the Con?
federate army, in association with his brother,
has op?ned a land agency in Augusta.
-The chief business marked out for thc next
Alabama Legislature is said to be chartering
-Mr. Seward and several of his friends aro
making preparations to visit Europe immedi?
ately after Grant takes the Presidential chair.
-Thu new London paper, the "Morning
Summary," ha3 appeared, and is voted stupid.
It is Tory in politics.
-A grand hog killing and packin? tourna?
ment, for the "championship," has jost begun
between the oities of St. Louis, Chicago and
-The Mayor of New Orleans has appointed a
board of engineers, at the head of which is
General Beauregard, to devise a plan for the
thorough drainage of that city and its protec?
tion from overflow.
-On November 18th, at the house of the lato
Baron Rothschild, in Paris, 15,000 poir persons
were each persented with a twenty franc piece,
about $4 in gold, making the munificent sum
of $60,000 ingold.
-From 1863 to July, 1867, $47,000, and in the
fiscal year closing with June, 186S, $49.000, had
been received from unknown persons at the
Treasury Department in Washington, and cred?
ited to the '' Conscience Fund."
-Mrs. Grant, as wcli as the General, has
trials incident to the high station that has
come to her. Already' she is annoyed by per?
sons who want to be employed at thc White
H use as servants, and the demands made
upon her charity would exhaust a millionaire's
-A letter in the Baltimore Gazette says :
"There need be no longer a doubt, in truth,
that Congress will meet on Monday under de?
cidedly improved auspL cs. X learn that even
some effort will be made to conciliate the South
by the extremists. The Democratic and Dem?
ocratic Conservative members, in the mean?
time, seem disposed to (et tbe Radicals paddle
their canoe unmolested by parliamentary im?
pediments. The}* say ' let us quietly look on
and see what will be proposed, but vote as con?
science shall dictate.' "
-The sudden resignation of Disraeli, the
British premier, on finding his party so sig?
nally defeated in the late elections, necessi?
tates the formation of a new ministry. He be- 1
lieved the country would not sanction the 1
measure for the disestablishment of the Irish c'
Church, but finds himself mistaken. He will s
now, ot course, lead the opposition in Par lia- c
' mont, and be really in his proper element, and ?
where his brilliant talents best shine. Mr.
Gladstone bas been summoned by tbe Queen
to form a new ministry, and the Liberals take 1
. possession under the admirable system which *
-prevails in England of yielding to the popular i
graciously and promptly. Mr. Collier is to c
bo Attorney-General, and Mr. Bright has also \
been asked to join the ministry.
-A question of great interest to Southern -
claimants is to be decided at the approaching .
term of the United States Court of Claims in 1
- Washington. The solicitor for the United 1
States at the last term interposed the plea, in '
reference to tbe cotton cases and all other cases t
of captured and abandoned proper ty, that the j
rebellion was suppressed on the first of June, j
1865, when Kirby Smith surrendered; and as
all claimants under the statute must prefer
their claims in the Court of Claims within two '
years after the suppression of the rebellion, all '
claims preferred after the first of June. 1867, >
must be dismissed. It is understood that '
upon the previous argument the court was j
equiBy divided-two to two. The question ,t (
the coming term will be argued before a full j
bench of five judges. The decision may be dif?
ferent, when it .is remembered that the late '
Congressional action bas fixed tho date on 1
which the rebellion was suppressed as the 20th
of August, 1866, the date of the President's <
proclamation of peace. (
-But few persons have an adequate idea of (
the number of immigrants annually arriving
in tho United States, or of the amount of
wealth they bring with them. Statisticians 1
estimate the number of immigrants from ?
European States to this country since 1790
at six millions five hundred thousand, ,
and that their descendants to-day number ,
fully twenty millions, or about one-half of tbs
entire population. From 1820 to 1830, the
number of foreigners who landed on our 1
shores was 244,490; from 1830 to 1840, 552,000; 1
from 1840 to 1850,1,583,300; from 1850 to 1800, 1
2,707,624. The annual average of immigration ]
since 1860 is put down by Mr. Banks at 350,000, i
and actual investigation has proved that each j
emigrant, mon, woman and child, represents
from eighty to one hundred dollars. Thus, in
the aggregate, nearly $30,000,000 in geld is ]
added to the money resources of the country 1
annually by immigration alone. A cotempo- 1
rary says : "But we must look further than l
the money value of the immigrant, and con- i
sider his productive capacity." Estimating
his labor at five hundred dollars a year, at this
rate our annual immigration would add one
hundred and fifty millions a year to the cash
value of tho country.
-King Ludwig, of Bavaria, has got himself
Bent to Coventry in a manner which must bc
especially trying to a boy of his years. The
late King undertook to form at Munich what
he was pleased to call the New Round Table,
its knights being euch men as Hsyse, Boden?
stedt, Liebig, &c, on whom he confeire l sine?
cures, professorships and pensions, designed
to insure their continuing at his capital while
pursuing their studies. No>v, among these
knights is Emanuel Geibel, one of tho most
eminent of living German lyrical poets, and
the poet laureate of Lubeck, his native placo.
. Not long igo tho King of Prussia visited Lu?
beck, and it became its laureate's duty to ad?
dress to him a poem of welcome, in which
Geibel expressed his hope for the happy com
pletion ol German, unity under Prussia's load,
and tho poem was printed in Dr. Julius Rodec
^arg's magazine, "Der Salon." Returning to
Munich, ?cibel was met by a notification that
his pcnbion was stopped "on account of his po?
litical tendencies." Thereupon the poet wrote
to the King resigning bis professorships,
orders of knighthood, 4c, and Paul Heyse im?
mediately followed the example, bogging to ex?
press his entiro agreement -v*h tbe political
views in question, and tendering his resigna?
tion. The matter, of course is one for com?
ment throughout Germany, and in its social
and literary world thc young King is under a
MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 7, 18C8.
A Crt at Public Necessity.
The State Legislature will be able, it is
hoped, during the present session, to turn
its attention to praotical legislation for thc
benefit of the industrial and commercial
interests of the State; and no subject can
come before it, connccied with our sj item
of internal improvements, of more import?
ance to the majority of the people than the
consideration of what is beet to be done for
securing the speedy completion of the line
of railroad between Charleston and Sa?
At the time that the war broke out the
Charleston and Savannah Railroad had just
been completed. It had cost, with its roll?
ing stock and equipment, about three mil?
lion of dollars, of which amount about a
million and a half was Becured by liens:
a statutory lien in favor of the State, to
protect its guarantee of the bonds of the
company, to the amount of five hundred and
five thousand dollars; and a second lien, by
mortgage, to secure the bonds of the com?
pany, to the amount of one million of dol?
When the war ended the road was, for
the most part, destroyed. The track had
been torn up, the bridges burned, and the
rails twisted or broken. The rolling stock,
however, was saved. At that time, it was
estimated that an outlay of three hundred
thousand dollars would reopen the road
through to Savannah.
The company could not raise this amount
by a loan, because it had no sufficient securi?
ty to offer to the capitalist. The State, by its
statutory mortgage, had the first claim, and
it was so evident that the road uncompleted
was worth but little, while completed it
would be worth at least two million of dol?
lars, that the General Assembly in 18C5
passed an act authorizing a loan of five hun
Ired thousand dollars, to be applied to re?
building the road. The State agreed to
postpone its own lien, and gave precedence
10 the new loan, which was to have a first
ien upon the whole property of the com?
pany. This was ample and sufficient secu
.ity; but in consequence of the unsettled
londition of affairs, and the placing of the
State under military rule, the loan could
lot be negotiated upon economical or reas
In the saean?me, the creditors under the
lecond lien, caused the sale of the road and
ts property, became its purchasers, and
irganized themselves into the present Sa?
vannah and Charleston Railroad Company.
Their bonds, the second lien, they converted
nto stock, leaving the road with no bonded
lebt but that guaranteed by the State,
.mounting to five hundred and fi*e thousand
lollars, bearing six per cent, interest, and
lue in 1877. The new company proceeded
lowly with the work of reconstruction,
tsing their limited means to the best possi?
ble advantage, and there is completed and
n good order at this moment sixty-two miles *
if the road, supplied with rolling stock and
ocomotives in fair condition.
The Savannah and Charleston Railroad
s now paying its working expenses, and it
s evident enough that its completion would
nake the bonds guaranteed by the State a
lecurity second in value to no security in
he United States bearing the same rate of
nterest But while the road is incomplete
it cannot pay the interest on these bonds,
ind as the interest accumulates the debt
md liability of the State is steadily in
:reasing, while the property to which the
State looks for security is daily r?ceding in
ralue. There is no doubt that it would be
for the general good of the State to reopen
;he road at once, and in this instance the
interests of the State, of the people and
)f the creditors, all lie in one and the same
The present company, unaided by a loan,
cannot complete the road for some years to
:ome, and they therefore ask the State to
allow them to secure, by a new mortgage,
which shall take precedence of the statutory
lien, a loan of five hundred thousand dol?
lars, to bc used in the first place for re?
building and completing the road, and
Becondly for paying off the arrears of inter?
est now due on tho six per cent, bonds
guaranteed by the State. Ils completiou
should enable the road to pay without ditli
uulty the interest upon two millions of dol?
lars, and it would give the company a fair
prospect of creating a sinking fund for the
anal payment of the debt, so as to allow the
payment of dividends on the stock.
As to the justice and moderation of this
request of the company, there can be but
ane opinion, for a compliance with it on
Ihe part of the General Assembly would
make the State perfcjjiy secure; would pay
the bondholders their overdue intereel;
would increase the trade of Charleston and
thereby swell the resources of the State; and
would be of incalculable benefit to the sixty
thousand colored people who live in Beau?
fort and Colleton, who cannot prosper un?
less (hey have work to do, and the means
of sending their produce cheaply and expe?
ditiously to market.
Labor anti Politics.
We print this morning a letter fran Mr.
T. Stobo Farrow, cf Spartanturg, with the
reply of the State Central Democratic Exec?
utive Committeo, on the suhject of the em?
ployment of laborers next year who voted
the Republicaaticket at the recent election.
Mr. Farrow asks the committee to carry out
thc established Slate policy of the Democra.
tic party by urging every one "to exercise
"a lenient and forbearing spirit in the
"premises," and the committee say that
they hope that "a liberal policy will be
"pursued," and that this question of labor
and politics will be dealt with "in a spirit
"that shall recognize at once the rights of
"the employee, and at the same time pro
"molethe peace, industry and prosperity of
Thc opinions expressed by the Democra?
tic Executive Committee have our cordial
approval, whether thoy are suggested by
policy or the theory of equal rights. It is
the privilege of every mau to vote as he
pleases, just as it is within the power of each
one to determine for himself whom he shall
employ. Every one is entitled to the free
expression of his convictions, and no party
can stand for long which relies on threat
and intimidation for accomplising its pur?
pose. It is, of course, pleasant to each in?
dividual to employ those whoBe political
interests are identical with his own, but at
the same time no one should be denied
work only fer the reason that he did vote
for one candidate, or did not vote for
This is the theory and practice of equal
political rights, but if that be left out of j
view altgether, sound common seuse would
dictate the same liberal course. We are
dependent on the freedmen for our agricul?
tural labor: Without them the farmers and
planters may make a living, but they cannot
make money; and if we were to thrust the
negro from our fields because he voted for
Grant, or did not vote for Seymour, we
shall be as wise as the traditional dullard
who cut off his nose because his face had
offended him. We cannot afford to allow
the element of politics to enter into our
agricultural economy. If the laborer is
hard-working and trustworthy, let him be
employed; if he is careless and dishonest,
let him shift for himself. These are the
only things which should determine who we
WE HOPE that the bill authorizing the
Governor to appoint, in certain cases, as
many police as he may deem necessary will
not become a law, because we believe it to
be wholly unnecessary. There are, of ?
course, occasional acts of disorder in this
State, but there is no good reason for cre?
ating a small standing army to prevent what
must happen so long as men are not free
from fault. We feel confident that Governor
Scott doe) not desire to have this new and
heavy responsibility put upon him, and we
know that he can call with confidence upon
the people to sustain him in keeping the
peace and executing the laws whenever any
trouble is apprehended. In this way he will
have a more reliable and more efficient con?
stabulary foroe than any which a legislative
act could give bim.
WE ASE pleased to see that, in the House
of Representatives, on Friday, the unfavor?
able report of the committee upon a bill te
allow minors and others to recover proper?
ty, stocks, monies, ?cc., which were con?
verted into Confederate stocks, bonds or
monies, was adopted, and the bill indefinite?
_ Co font.
TO HL'M, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, situated in Warren-strept, No. 10. Pos?
session gi ven January 1st, 1869 Apply to
W. Y. LEITCH k B. S. BRUNS,
Brokers and Auctioneer?,
December 7 2 No. 35 Uroad-stroet.
TO RENT, SECOND FLOOR OF
HOUsE, No. 29 Hasol-streot, near the Post?
?nico; all accommodations on the place. Apply aa
above. 3* December 7
TIO RENT, A FINE GR6CERY STAND,
. with Fixtures complete, northeast corner of
Quoin and Stato streets. Terms moderate. Apply
Ibo PREMIRES. 3* Dorcmber 7
TO REST, OFFICES IN THE FIRE?
PROOF BUILDING, corner Chalmers and Meet
in g streets. Ar-ply at OFFICE COUNTY COMMIS?
SIONERS, Fire-proof Bnilding.
1 ec em ber 7
TO RE NT, THE TWO AND HALF
story HOUSE, No. Ill Colboun-street, oppo?
site Orphan Hou? e, in good order, with all conve?
niences for a respectable family.
The HOUSE northwest corner of King and Cal?
houn streets, with gas and cistern, a most desirable
residence. Inquire at No. 19 MONTAGUE-STRr ET.
December 4 fmw3*
IO RENT, THAT LARGE DWELLING
. pleasantly situated in Hampstead, containing
nine rooms; fino cistern, large yard, atablo, car
riaee house, kc. To an approved tenant, rent will
be moderate. For terms, apply to
WM. H. DAWSON,
Real Estate Agent,
December 2 wfra3 No. 05 Broad-street.
TO RENT, A NEAT TWO-AND-A-HALF
STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-street. Apply
at No. 452 KINii, corner Johc-strect.
November 18 wfru
TO RENT, THAT NEW TENEMENT
BUILBISG, N'is. 67 and 69 Slate-street, one
door north ol Cumberland. Will be rented either as
one or two Mores. Apply to L. SBERFESE, at
Messrs. Lauroy t Alexander, No. 137 East Bay.
TO RENT FOR A TKR.1I OF YEARS,
the RICE PLANTATION near Combahee Fer?
ry, known a* Newport. Apply at 1HIS OFFICE.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE SUIT OF
ROOMS on middle floor, in a pleasant and cen?
tral locality, within two minutes' wa'k of the Post
offlco. Apply at THIS OFFICE._December 3
TO RENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER.
App'y at THIS OFFICE. October 28
TO RENT, A FINE GROCERY STAND,
with fixtures complete, corner King and Clif?
ford streets. Terms moderate. Apply at BERNARD
O'NFILL'S, No. 1S9 EAST BAY.
November 18 Imo*
PACKING BOXES FOR SALE_A LOT
of Northern Pine PACKING BOX H S, suitable
tor Wholesale Houses, far sale at tho CORNER OF
CHURCH-STREET AND SX. MICHAEL'S ALL KY.
December 7 1*
A T PRIVATE SALK.-THREE VALU
J\_ A BL h FARM L'>Ts, of ten and twent< aeres
fach, in suburbs ot delightful village of .Mount
Pleasant, opposite the city, five minutes' walk of
Apply to A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
Real i state Agent,
December 7 mwiS* No. 29 liroad-str. et.
FOR SALE, A PLANTATION ELEVEN
miles from Charleston, on thc Northeastern
Railroad, containing eighty arres of lice and
two hundred and twenty acres ol* upland with fine
dwelling and all neee*sary outbuilding*, together
with all necessary farm utensils tor immediate culti?
v?t! >n. Terms easy. Apply at Onice of the Store
Kccoerof the Tort, New ( ustowhouse, Charil ston,
S. C., iroin 9 A.M. to :J I'. M.
December 7 C*
HORSE *OR SALE - A VERY SUPE
RlOR IU'RSL. for sale, pri.e $200.
A pair of MULES', medium size, and first quality.
Price sine each. Apply at No. -JU tlaync-*trcvt.
December ? 2 L CHAPIN.
1.MJ:: SALE OR RENT, THAT COMML'
; DluUS and well appointe ! Tenement floust
Nop. 2 ami * Lierresford-s,treet, coDtaiumj li! rooms.
with extensiv? sonants' apartments. Ker terms ap?
ply to J. T. HUMPHREYS, Real Estate Agent,
November 30 No. j" Broad-street,
OFUCE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE,
Sole Imp?t ter of the Schiedam Aromatic Scltnapps,
No 22 Dcavcr-strcct.
NEW TOBE, November 3. 18G8. J
To thc People of thc Southern States :
WHEN THE rURE MEDICINAL RESTOR.vnVK,
now so widely known as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was in roduced into thc world under
the endorsement of four thousand leading members
of thc medical protession some twenty years aso, Its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. Ho, therefore, endeavored to invest il
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate it diffi?
cult and rt.mgeraus. It wa* submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them tho puresl 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
thc United StateB, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of ilse preparation and a
report of Ihc result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of the most cmiucut medical men in
thc Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they Faid, had lone been wanted hy
the profession, aa no reliance could be placed on tho
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which wero
more or les6 adulterated, and Ihcroforc unfit for
medical purposes. Ihc peculiar excellence and
strength of thc ol of Juniper, which formed one of
thc principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
with un unalloyed character of tho alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, in tho estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory crcdenlials Iran professional
men of thc highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of thc guarantees of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud were also
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, tie
label was copyrighted, a facsimile of thc proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
cover, his name and thal of thc preparation were em?
bossed on the bottles, and thc corks were sealod with
bis private seal. No article had over been sold in
this country- under thc name of Schnapps prior to
thc introduction of Wolfe's Echiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1S31; and thc labol was deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for thc Southern DUtrict of New York during that
It might be supposed by persona uno'-qnaintod
with the dmug character of tho pirates who prey
upon the reputation of honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that tho pro?
tections BO carefully thrown around those Schnapps
would have precluded the introductions and sale of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to have
stimulated thc rapacity of impostors Tho trade
mark of th? proprietor has been stolen; th j 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 worse 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 made his name and brind a cover for poison.
The public, thc medical profession and thc sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remoiy, arc equally intereste ' i'd th tho
proprietor in the detection and suppression of thCBC
nefarious practices. The genuine article, manuiac
tured at the establishment of the undersigned in
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a barloy of thc
finest quality, and flavored with an essential extract
of the berry of the Italian jucipe-, of unequalled pu?
rity. 3y a process unknown in the preparation of
any other liquor, it is tread from every acrimonious
and corrosive element.
Complaints have boen received from tho leading
physicians and families in tho Southcru States of
the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps in those markets; and travellers,
who are in tho habit of using it as an antidote to tho
baneful influence of unwholesome rivor water, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed off upon the unwary. The
agents of tho undersigned havo been requested to
institute inquiries on the subject, and to forward to
bim the names of such parties aa they may ascer?
tain to bc engaged in tho atrocious system of decep?
tion. In conclusion, thc undersigned would say that
he has produced, from under the bands of the most
distinguished mon of science in America, proofs un
answerable of the purity and medicinal excel?
lence of thc Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
he has expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
he designed should protect the public and himself
against fraudulent imitations; that he has shown it
to bc the only liquor in the world that can be uni?
formly depended upon as unadulterated; that he has
challenged Investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all Its forms; and from every ordeal
thc preparation whi h bears his name, seal and trado
mark, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
it a duty he owes to his iellow-citiz-ns generally, to
the medical profession and tho sick, to denounce
and expese the charlatans who counterfeit these evi?
dencies of identity, and he calls upon tho press and
thc public to aid hiiu in his efforts torcmody so great
Thc following letters and certificates from tho
leading physicians and che misti of this city will
provo to the reader that all goods sold by thc under?
side 1 are all that they aro rcprc cn ted to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as bciog in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all events, it is
the purest po.-slblo article of Holland Oin. hereto?
fore unobtainable, aud as such may bo safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 PfiCE-CTREET, NEW YonK, I
November 21.Id67. j
L'DOLrHo WOLFE, Fsq., Present:
Dear fir-I have made a chemical exam iuation of
a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with thc in?
tent of determining if any foreign or injurious sub?
stance had beeu added to tb? simple distilled spirits.
Thc examination has resulted in thc conclusion
that the sample contained no poisonous or lvrmful
admixture. I have I ctn unable to discover any
trace ol' tho deleterious substances wich arc em?
ployed in the adulterulion of liquors. I would not
hesitate to usc myself or to recommend toothers,
for medicinal purposes, thc Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent and unobjectionable variety of gin.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. S EELY, Chemist.
NEW YOBK, No. 53 CEDAI?-STREET. I
November 26, 1867 j
UOOLPHO WOLFE, Esq., Present :
Dear Sir-? havo submitted to chemical analysis
two bottles ot "Schiedam Schnapps," which I took
from a fresh package in your bono cd warehouse, and
find, as before, that the spirituous liquor is tree
lrom injurious Ingredient-) or falsification; that it
has the marks of beiug agcel and not recently pre?
pared by mechauical admixture of alcohol and aro?
Respectfully, FRED. F. MAYER,
NEW YORK, 1 ucsday, May L
I'noLPHO WOLFE. ESQ. :
De'ir Sir-Tho waul of pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes lia- been long felt by the pro
lession, and thous nids of lives have been sacrificed
by thc use ot adulterated articles. Di J in urn tremens,
and other diseases o. ihe brain and n rves, so rife
iu thia country, ure very rare ia Europe, owing, iu a
great de/ree, to the liitbrence n thc purity of the
We have tested the several articles imporlcd and
sold by \ou, including your (.?in, which you sell un?
der theuame of Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps, which
wc considt-r justly entitled lo the high reputation it
has acquired in this country; and from your long ex?
pedience as a foreign import* r, your bottled Wines
and Liquors should meet with thc same demand.
Wc would recommend you to appoint sonic ot the
respectable apothecaries in different parts of the city
as agents for Ihe sale ol' your brandies uud Wines,
where 'bc profession eau obtain Ihc tame when
needed for mediciual purposes.
Wi-hiug you success iu your new ontorpriie,
We remain, \ onr obedient servants,
VALENTINE M O rr. M. JJ., Professor of Surgery,
University Medical College, New York.
J. M. CARSOI.'HAN, M. DV Professor of Clinical
Mirgery, Surgeou-in-( Im f to thc State Hospital,
fcc., No. u &ut Sixteenth-street
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. I'., No. 70 i Urcadwav.
H. P. 143 WEES, JL D . No. 791 broadway.
JOSEPH WORSTEIt, >i D., No. l*2ii Ninih-street.
NELSON S'lEELE, M. D . No. 37 Blecker-Sireet
?7UI1N O'REILLY, M. D., No. ?30 Fourth stri ct.
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Trot- ?-sor ol Ihc Principles
aud Practice o: sur..cry, New York Medica. Col?
lege, No. 'A Niuth-slrect, and others.
The proprietor also offers for sale.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and buttled by himself, expressly lor me?
dicinal use. Each b >ttle has his ccrtifica'e ol'its pu?
rity. CDUbPlAV WOliFK.
November ll 3 mos
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MELTING OF YOUR
Company will bp held at your Hall.-TA? (Mon?
day) Erening, the 7th instant, ut Seven '/clod: pre
Ry order of the Pref i lent.
December 7 Secretary.
SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. 1, A, F. HI,
1M3E R E GUL1R ANNU1L CO M .M UNICA! IO S OF
this Lodge will bc held Wt (Monday; Enning,
thc 7th instant, at half-past "-even o'clock. TLC elec?
tion of oflicerw lor the ensuing year will be held.
Mi mbcrs will govern themselves accordingly. Mem?
bers will comp prepared to pay arrean'.
By ord;r W. M. Hi J. MCCORMACK.
I eccmbcr 7 1 Secretary.
WANTED, A GENTLEMAN TO TEACH
from fifteen to twenty malo children in the
village of Summerville, S. C. He n.ust be tatty com?
petent of teaching the Lnglish brascbes of Educa?
tion, together with Fiench and the Classics.
Apply to Dit. D. W. LAMP,
December 7 Chairman.
WANTED BY A GENTLEMAN AND
WIFE, in a respectable family, two ROOMS,
with use of Kitchen. Address KEY BOX. 79, ('balles?
t?n Postofflee. December 7
WANTED, A SETTLED WOMAN TO
do gcucrnl housework for a small fa-i ily. Ad?
dress P. H. K., NEWS Ollie \ December 7
WANTED. A FOREMAN FORA MAR?
KET FARM. Apply nt No. 8 COMING
AGENTS WANTED.-S75 TO8200 PER
month, or a commission from which twice
that amount can bc nud e by selling thc latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY >E\VING KA
CHINF; price $18. For circulars and terms, address
C. BOWEnS i CO., No. 320 South Tbird-sicpct,
Philadelphia, Pa. 3mo December 5
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, tutbs4 December 1
INFORMATION WANTED OF MICHAEL
1ROUT. sou to John and Ellen Prout, who left
i ha rle s lo u about two years ago, ani is supposed to
be working In or about Savannah. Any information
respecting him will bo thankfully rec?lved by his
father, lOHN PROUT, at Richard Hogan's. Charles?
ton, S. C. 13* c?ovember 23
WA NT KD.-I WANT A MAN TO TAKE
thc AGENCY 'or Lloyd's Great Double Revolv?
ing MAPS Ot' El. ROPE AND AMERICA, with the
1000 county colored Map of the United States on tho
back, issued to-day, and needel by every family,
school and library in the laud, with patent reverses,
by which cither map <an bc thrown front Each Map
is 02 by Cl inches large, with ribbon binding and
double-laced rollers; cost $1(10,000 and three years'
labor. Price $5; worth SOO. A small capital wUl do
to start with. Sid a copv can bo got for these great
Maps, send for circular, terms, .tc. Twenty new
maps under way. J. T. LLOYD,
Postoffice Box 122, Atlanta, Ga.
November 19 DAC Imo
WANTED, BOARD, FOR A GENTLE?
MAN, wife, three children aud nurse. Will
require two rooms, and p'ain, but substantial, table
Address, stating terms, &o., "M. S,," Bos No. 3ur>,
Charleston, S. C. Novembers
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
TUE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 101 King-street.
can be obtained by applicate to the "UNION
U' 'ME," iroro 9 til i ll o'clock daily.
Servants can abo find places by application to the
snniepla<e, at the same hours Inquire for the Ma?
tron, corner Church and Chalmers street
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
ARMED MAN, as overseer of bauds, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other emplojmeut that a one-armed man can
fill. Apply at No. 14 ANN-sTREET. Applicaut can
give good rolereurej. September 22
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of thc latost publications.
April 21_No. 161 KING-STREET.
WANTED. BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
the np-country, a situation as CLERK'in
cither a Wholesale or Retail Grocery Store; is ex?
perienced in the bu-inciS, and cun influence trade.
Best of references given. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postofllce, South Carolina.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for the pren, employment on
one or more Literary Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES, POETRY, Ac. Address
Miss K. te. W., Postofllce, Charleston, S. C.
fost ono /anno.
STRAYED FROM THE PRE.MIsES,
No. 1H Broad-street, on Frida;- evening, the
4th instant, a large RED COW. A reward will be
given it left at the above named place-thc residence
of Bishop Lynch. 1 December 7
LOST, A YELLOW AND WHITE SET?
TER PUP, eight months old; had ou, when
lost, a leather collar with a city bailee. A editable
reward will bc paid for her return to No. 48 BROAD,
or No. 7 MEE l IXG-STREET._November 30
LOST, ON MONDAY", NOVEMBER 83.
n Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double case, whito
lace, with chain attached. Finder will please leavo
the same at 1 HIS OFFICE where a reward will bo
given if required. November 25
EEMOVAL.-CAMERON Ai BARKLEY
have removed lo their new building, at the
north curuerof Meeting and Cumberland streets.
November 25 12
DR. J. S. MITCHELL HAS REMOVED
his office and residence to thc SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF KING A>>D JOHN STREETS.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP
The cc-partnership heretofore existing bc
ti/ccn thc unde rsigned under the name ot L. CHAPIN
,t 00. was dissolved bv mutual consent on tbe loth
October, ISO". E. CHAPIN.
B. w. WARREN.
T. S. HEMINGWAY.
N OTIC E.-TnE SUBSCRIBERS WILL CON?
TINUE the CARRIAGE AND HARNESS DUsINESS
at Hie old rfand, No. 90 UAYNE-S 1 ItEET, as usual,
uudcr the name ofL. CHAPIN & CO., and will liqui?
date thc affairs ol the former timi.
U. W. WARREN.
Charl'ston, December 0,1.S03. ?.
Deccrai er 7 3
?lotirfs in ftonkreptrn.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.-THE
undersigned hereby give nntfcg of his appoint?
ment as assignee of OWEN P. FITZsTMONS, in the
District of ( barleston. and State of South 1'arotioa,
wiihin said District, who has been adjudged a Pank
rapt upon bis own petition';y tho District Court of
said District. Dated thc tmentg-eigkUi dav of Not rn
ber, ?8C8. LOOTS McL.MN
November 30 u.3
KINSMAN'S CANDY FACTORY.
Eb. 279 KINO-STREET.
CANDY PUT UP 'N ASSORTED BOXES OF25,
50 PIM1 loo pound-, sui "able tor Country Trade.
Merchants can rely upon ocr Candles bein i per?
fectly free from all sue!' p -i ono;:- nbs!ancos as
TERRA ALDA AND HABBLL' DUST.
Also, co '.stautly on hand, a tull supply ol
FRENCH CONFECTIONER Y
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No oxtra charge for boxing, wfmlmo December 2
Boots, $i)0fs, (Ctr.
SliOf.S ! SHOES ! !
~f\ CASES OF LADIES'AND GENT'S PRTME,
0\J substantial BOOTS AN D SHOES at retail, by
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
Nearly opposite the Market.
November 30 tuLhO
(Duns, pistols, Q!lr.
?USS, RIFLE!?, PlfcTOLSL
JH. UAl'l'OlDT, PRACTICAL GUNMAKER,
. No. 119 MEEflNG-STKEEf, oiler-; at low
prier., to snit ibo time.?. BREECH-LOADING DOU?
BLE GUNS, MUZZLE-LOADING DOUBLE GUNS,
Superior Single Guns for Roys. Also. RIFLES, RE?
VOLVERS, EQUIPMENTS AND AMMUNITION.
HS* REPAIRING executed as usuaL
October 23 im? 2mo
J^O WANDE di CO.'S
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7TH, 18?8.
DEN ?FIT OF
M ARTIX H U LVANDE,
THE CHAMPION BAREBACK RIDER.
He wil'jump over 3C Loaded Musket-, with flied
bayonets, thc same being discharged whilst making
his leap for life.
See small Dills. 1 December 7
IBER N IAN HALL:
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7.
THE EXTRA NIGHIS!
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
ALICE VANE AND JOHN TEMPLETON.
Under tho Patronage of the Citizens of Charleston.
GREATEST A1 TRACTION EYER GIVEN IN
THE THEATRE !
A NIGHT OF GENUINE ENJOYMENT.
iniS MONDA Y EVENING, DECEMBER 7.
The Greatest work of the Younger Coleman-The
Glorious Five Act Comedy,
HEIR AT LAW!
SCOTCH FLING-GRAND SONG, "OFFICER'S
ALL THE COMPANY-KATE RAYMOND, ALICE
VANE, IS ADEL VANE.
ALSO, THE CELEBDATEO
GLANCE AT NEW YORK I
THE NEW PLAY,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' HOM li,"
WILL DE HELD AT
THE "HOME" IN BROAD-STREET,
ON TUE ISO, DECEMBER NEXT.
THE BOARD CF CONTROL OF THE "HOME"
return their thanks t > the community for the assist?
ance which has been extended them in their under?
taking, and will be thankful tor any contributions of
money, provisions and fancy articles.
Packages from a distance will be transported free
of charge, by the Express Compauy and Railroads,
if directed to Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN, President of
Widows' Home, Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-Positively no Lists for Baffles will be circu?
lated about the hall. CtiauceB, If desired, can bu se?
cured at thc respective tables.
BOARD OF CONTnOL.
Mrs M A SNOWDEN, Mrs J H WILSON,
Mrs D E Urn KU, Mrs C S VEDDEH,
Mrs GEO ROBERTSON, Miss M MIDDLETON.
Mrs J S SNOWDEN, Miss M B CAMPBELL,
Miss II UORLBF.C*. Miss E E PALME?,
Mrs HENRY RAVENEL Mi^s ANNA SIMPSON,
Mrs M P MATHESON .
Mrs. IL A. SNOWDEN. President.
Mis? MATILDA MIDDLETON, Vicc-Pr. aident.
Miss ll. B. CAMPBELL, Seo. and Trea-urer.
Sirs. J. H. WILSON, Corresponding Secretary.
(?ifl?rs, (Loburrn, &c
QIC AR AND TOBACCO
M A N U F ACT O RY,
BY C. MADSEN,
No. 314 KING, CORNEE SOCIETY-STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND FOR SALE AT
Wholesale and Retail, a large stocl: of DOMESTIC
and SPANISH LE?>F TOBACJO, at prices troua 10
cents up war ts to S3 per pound.
CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO, of all
grades, and a fine assortment of IMPORTED CI?
GARS, from $12? upwards to S'-'DD per M.
Of own manufacture thc following brands always
.'C. M.," of Havaua Tobacco, at.$100 per M
"F?GARO," ol Havana Tobacco, at.SHU per M
"CABALLEO," ot Havana Tobacco, ut... .375 | er M
"H. VPMANN," of Havata Tobacco, at.. .S.")0 per M
..EL ROUQUET," at.SUS per M
"LA CORONA DE ESPA?A,'' at.S23 per M
"1.AURANIA," at.S20 per M
A genuine Spanish Cigar can always bo had a' re?
tail lor 10 cents, and eveiythiogia thc linc will be
sold at very reduced prices.
Tho attention of smoknv is called to a new brand
of Smoking Tobacco, "Nervine To? uceo," manufac?
tured solely I y C. MADSEN, and ciiered according
to Act of Congress in the year U'dS, in ibo Clerk's
Office of tho District Court of thc United States, for
the District of South Carolina.
lt is Tobacco lroni which thc nicotine, in great
part, has been extracted, and is thereby made a very
wholesome articlo for smokers, lt retains all the
fino flavor of die Havana, without its injurious and
. nerve-oxcittrg propensities. Tobacco attaining
nicotine largely, acts powerfully upon th? uerve ce??
iros, and is, therelorc, very prejudicial to health,
causing nervous tremor, headache, dyspepsia, tte;
but thc "Nervine Tolmccj" cuu bu smoked in an;
quantity without the least effect or injury to >our
constitution. As to its perfect safety, I < au refer to
the statement of Ihe undersigned gentlemen. Profes?
sors and D ctors lu Medicine, who have made au ex?
amination ol the seme.
ft is sold in pound and half penni packages, and
in two qualities; No. 1 at SI per pound; Fine Cd) at
75 rents per pound. Dealers allowed 25 cents dis?
count per pouLdwheu buying twenty-five founds
We have examined the specimen." of "Ne; vin.'- To?
bacco" put into our hands by Mr. Madsen, aud think
it nil that it claims to be. It contains little or uo
nicoline, and may bc smoked with satety and pleas?
ure by all who indulge in thc habit of smoking.
? JOHN L. ANCRUM, M. D.
J. !.. DAWSON, M. D.
W. M. i: A. FITCH. M. D.
LINO AUDY A.FBAMPl'ON.
KRANK S. HOLMES.
C. DA VEGA, M. D.
A goori smoke is a perpetual corufort.
L ORILLA RD'S
" Yacht Club "
Competent orillos pronounce it best for many rca-oas
It is made ot the best stock grown.
The Nicoline is extracted, there aro
No drugs in it consequently it is
Anil-nervous in its e?Vcts.
It has au agreeable, aromatic tl ivor,
Does not burn or sting the tongue,
Leaves no unpleasant aftertaste in tho
Mouth, or disagreeable odor in the room.
Instead Ol exciting the nervous forces,
ft allays irritation and calms them.
We regard it as 'li" perfection or
Smoking Tobacco. Orders foi elegant
Meerschaum Pi] es re being packed lally
In the various sized bu-s in which it is sold,
As sn cx'rn induct m nt for th 'se
Who iove a good smoke to Irv it.
LOKI Ll. I HO'S
''EUREKA* Smoking Tobacco,
1- likewise JU oxee lent article of dioico Virginia
Tobacco, ol a ti ca vier t od;, than thc former.
Mid hence much cheaper in price; m-verlh-lwa
It makes au exec.lent rinnt'.'. Orders f.?r
Meerschaum Pipes daily packed in this brand,
LOU I LL A It D'S
"CENTURY" (hewing Tobacco,
Composed of the best coiling L-*af iu thc country.
Superior in color, liner iu quality, au I makes a
Heller chew thau other brande. Acknowlcdirvd
Tho Le ding Fine Cut Tobacco wherever rs d.
Respectable jobbers aud dealers in ail si ?tions
Keep it, ann small bayer; can save money,
Time aud trouble by purchasing ol them.
LORILLARD'S MACCOBOY. FRENCH LAPPSK
and sc rTCH hNUFFS st'll retain the excellent nu .:.
ides which have nude them so i unoiu > vcrywawe.
Circulara nut on application.
P. LORLLL?RD, New lor.t.
No vember 13_luiwlmo_
-ry SALAS. AGENT F JR TUE CHARLESTON
it? Uiaueli ol the Havana M-R:?.- Factory, "La
Valentina," would respeo nilly invite the attention
of dealers aud smokers to his very large stock ol
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC S EGA RS, ol tUgradoi
and -izes. excelled by few iu this country, and war?
ranted to bo as represented.
sample boxes sent to the country and order.; ex?
ecuted by Express, C. O. D., or 3U days' city accep?
No. IIS EAST BAY-STREET.
CHARIESION, S. C.
AngWt 21 niwf?inj
(Smilies aub ?tisnUaums.
QA. barrel* "FXTRA" and "FAMILY" TENNES
OU SEEFLOUR, ju-t received and lor sale by
STREET, BROTHERS k CO.,
December 7 1 No, 74 East Day.
O^A BARRELS CHOICE FAMILY, EXTRA.
SUPER and FINK FLOUR. Landing and
lor salo by R. i: A. P. CALDWELL.
December 7 2
10 OOO p<^|i?3P3i3iEar>-andclear
' 8000 pounds Primo Weste rn Shoulders
5000 pounds Cboicc s. C. Strips
73 tub- Pura aud Extra 1 ard
50 boxes Adamanliue Candles
30 barr is Syrup
40 kegs Nails.
For sale by R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
December 7 2
NEW SHOULDERS AND C. R.
A A COXES NEW BULK SHOULDERS AND C.
4r" ' R. SIDES, direct from Cincinnati.
For sale by HENRY COBLA k CO.
December 7 2
CORN, OATS FLOUR.
300 coiorELS WHITE FLINT MILLI???
500 bushels good feeding Oats
50 bbls. extra Baker's Flour, perv" Falcon "
from Bali im ore. For sale by B. M. BUTLER.
SUGAR ! SUGAR! AND
25 l^bbls! } *RIME PORTO RICO SUGAR
69 hhds. Choice Muscovado Molasses
90 bhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses.
On wharf aud in store, for sale low in lots to suit
purchasers, by W. P. HALL,
December 7 3 Brown & Co.'s Wharf.
Odd TONS OF OUR VERY SUPERIOR RED
?v/U ASH CO\L, e?g, stove and chestnut
sizes, now landing from thc schooner Amos Ed?
wards-a good opportunity for consumers to lay in
their supplies fresh from the vessel. Also, in yard,* "
White Ash, Foundry, Steamboat and broken Coal,
and Blacksmith's Coal of the best qnalitv.
For sale by H. F. BAKER it CO.,
Coal Yard No. 20 Cumberland-street.
December 7 3
1 AA BBLS- MANCHESTER MILL?-FAMILY
1UU 100 bbls. Manchester Mills-Extra
175 bbls. Okalona Mills-Super
150 bbls. Okalona Mills-Fine.
All of the above Flour is ground from Southern
Wheat, and for sale low by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Factors,
November 23 mwflO Church-street.
FLOUR AND FEED.
C1LAUSSEN MILLS FAMILY. EXTRA AND SU
; PEHFINE FLOUR, in barrels, half, quarter and
BRAN, SHORTS and GROUND MIXED FEED, all
manufactured at the Mill. For sale at lowest mar?
ket prices at Clausscn Mills, corner Cumberland and
State streets, by F. W. CLAU3SBN.
December 5 3
IMPORTED ALE AND PORTER
AT S3 50 PER DOZEN.
I i~\ CASKS FINDLATER'S DUBLIN BROWN
L\J STOUT, pints
10 easts Bin s' Pale Ale, pinta.
The above will be sold at S2 25 per dozen by the
cask, or S2 CO per doz. n in smaller lots, at tho
CO OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. December 6
FOR SALE, CHEAP FOR CASH.
250,000 prbEun^EES8 SH,NGLES'
100,000 PLASTERING LATHS.
Bv C. J. SCHLEPEGRELL,
No. 37 Line-street,
Et-twcen King and St Philip-streets.
November 30 mth.3*
TOBACCO! TOBACCO !
JUST REC FITED, A CONSIGNMENT OF FINE
CHEWING TOBACCO, which will be sold low
if applied for immediately.
HOLMES k MACBETH,
December 4 fntwS No. 30 Broad-street.
ORANGES ! ORANGES!
t)jr AAA ORANGES TN FINE ORDER,
?OtVV/V and for sale at $2 50 per hundred.
100bunches BANANAS, fresh and good; Guava
Jelly, in quarter and half boxes; Pineapples, Coco?
nuts, Plantains, Lemons; 50 barrels Apples, red
AND, ALSO IN 8TOBE:
ONIONS, Potatoes, Northern Turnips, Carrots,
Beets, Parsnip and Pickled and Smoked Boes, and
all tor sale vc: y cheap by
Mrs. C. D. KENRICK,
No. 83 (south side) Market-street.
December 4 24
JUST RECEIVED, 15,000 VERY CHOICE FLORI?
DA ORANGE-*, in splendid condition, will
keep sound and arc nicely packed, ready for ship?
ping to the country or the North; will continue to
receive weekly supplies of the same. Fer sale in
quantities to suit purchasers, by
JOHN B. TCGNL
No. 125 Meeting-street,
Deeember 4 Ihree doora below MarkeSstreet.
LIVERPOOL SALT LANDING.
O Ai IA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN FINE
JV/vU order, lauding ex-bark "Monnequash,"
ami for sale by HENRY COBLA k CO.
December 3 4
'AAA BUSHELS No. 1 CLAY PEAS FOR
OUUU SEED, not mixed.
December 1 C JOHN CAMPSEN ? CO.
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS !
TITEHAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE SUP
>f PLY of FRUITS, consisting or ORANGES,
Banauas. Pineapple*, Plantain;-, Cocoanuts, Lemons,
Raisins, Figs, Dates and Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts of all kiads
BART k WTRTH,
No*. 55 and 57 Market-street,
November 28 _2n.o?
T ) BAKERS.
C ARBON ATE OP A M MONIA.
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 Meeting-street.
BOUCHE FILS & CO.'S
For sale by all leadiiig Grocers and Wine Merchants.
N. B.-THESE WIVEs HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED
A niGH REPUTATION in Charleston and o her
Soc them cities, and ure in every respect ol the hrs:
class iiiWf.'mo November 23
ANDREW 31. MORELAND,
B R OKER,
No. S BROAD-STREET,
TT7ILL BUY THE FOLLOWING SECURITIES
>j at thc prices annexed:
Kills Receivable of South Carolina, nt.83
Bank of thc State of South Carolina Bills, at.26
Bank of Charleston Bills, at .37
li?n]? of South Carolina, at.ll
City of Charleston stock, a'.50
State of South Carolina Bonds ( regular), at.03
Will also buy all linds of BANK BILLS at highest
rates. December 4
BANK BILLS WANTED.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE GIVEN FOR BILLS
UF IUE BANK OF 1HE STATE (old issue,.
Z. B. OAKES,
December 3 No. 4 Broad-street.
yrriLBCK & SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS i AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad stree '., Charleston, S.C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner ol claims.
July 13 mwtfjio