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JV EWS SUMMARY.
-Gold at New York closed yesterday strong
-At N cw York cotton closed very finn, but
less active; sales 2500 bales at 25c.
-The liverpool cotton market closed firm
uplands lOJd., Orbans ll?d.; sales 12,000 bales
-Shooting buffaloes from car windows is
favorite sport on the Union Pacific.
-General Butler recently dined at tho Kew
York Manhattan Club, the aristocratic social
headquarters of Democracy on Fifth avenue
-The Texas Herald describes the friendly
Indians who are assisting the troops to fight
the savages on the Western border as "Red
Boys in Blue."
-To the long list of candidates for the
United States senatorship from Pennsylvania,
tho name of Edwin M. Stanton has recently
-Chang and Eng, the Siamese twins, sailed
in the steamer Iowa, on Sunday, for Glasgow,
on the way to Paris, where the cord which
has so 1 ong united them is to be severed
-Ole Bull, the famous violinist, was among
the passengers on .the America, recently de?
stroyed by fire on the Ohio River, and escaped
only with his violin and the clothes on his
-Russia, wishing to keep the people con
tented and happy, has determined to erect ten
theatres in tho workmen's quarters of St
Petersburg. It is thought that they will prove
a good commercial speculation iu the end.
-On the day of Baron James de Rothschild's
iuuoral, bis widow gave orders that every beg?
gar who came to the door should recaive a poid
piece of twenty francs, cud that in pursuance
of this order no less than sixty thousand dol?
lars was given away in the course of the day.
* -A Chattanooga paper states that a French
gentleman, named Bryant, has purchased'and
on Missionary Ridge, with the intention of
establishing there a colony of French wine?
growers. The site is said to bo admirably
adapted to the purpose.
-General Howard has written a letter to tho
Secretary of War requesting that an examina?
tion and report be made of the administration
of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and
Abandoned Lands, from the 12th day of May,
1865, to the 31st day of December, 1868, whee
the bureau proper wdlclose by Limitation.
-A life insurance company of Hartford, re?
ceiving no returns of funds from their agent at
Atlanta, Ga., sent for bim, and committed him
to jail upon his arrival at Hartford last week.
Tho amount due is about $5000, and he claims
that he has never received it from the sub
-Sperm oil has been gradually abandoned
by the Lighthouse Board, and lard oil has been
substituted. Kerosene and other forms of
petroleum are not used, on account of the
danger arising from their inflammable charac?
ter, and the explosiveness of their vapor when
armed with atmospheric air.
-An effort will be made to have a law enact?
ed exempting Virginia, Texas and Mississippi
from the provisions of the law discontinuing
the Freed men's Bureau after January 1st-the
object being to continue its operation in the
States named until Congress shall deem them
fit subj ects for reconstruction.
-Mr. Stevens' old seat in tho House has
been regularly assigned to General Butler.
The latter occupied it by sufferance all of last
.session, f or Mr. Stevens always occupied a seat
near the speaker's desk, but it is said that Mr.
Stevens on bis deathbed requested that Mr.
Beetler might retain tho seat, and his wishes
have been respected.
-An equal suffrage meeting was recently
held in Cincinnati, at which fifty persons
twenty-five of each sex-were present. Reso?
lutions were adopted setting forth tho princi?
ple that, in a republican government, the right
xo vote s hould not be restricted to any class,
color or sex. An association was formed fo r
the promotion of universal suffrage and equal
-The ecclesiastical authorities of Sp?in, t
ia reported, intend to call a general council 11
Toledo, to deliberate on the now situation in
which the church is placed by the revoluti J.i,
and by the proposed proclamation of the prin?
ciples of religions liberty. It is proposed that
each bishop should afterwards communicate
to their, clergy, in a eort of'provincial synod,
the deoisi ou which may be arrived at.
-The c ommander-iu-chief of tho insurgents
in Cuba is Don Carlos Manuel de C?spedes, a
lawyer, a sugar planter, and a large land own
en Ho is said to be worth $700,000. In tho
island of Porto Rico, the leader is Dr. R. E.
Betancee. Among the two thousand prisoners
now in the Spanish jails, as insurgents, it is
asserted there are to bo found some of tho first
men in the island of Cuba, physicians, lawyers,
priests, p rofessora, wealthy planters and mer?
-The National Board of Trado resumed its
session i n Cincinnati on Monday, and con?
tinued its discussion of the financial question.
On Tuesday the report of the committee on
the subj ect of taxation on cotton was referred
to the Executive Council. Several proposi?
tions e manaling from commercial organiza?
tions were appropriately referred, and then,
after a vote of thanks ta the Mayor and City
Council, the Press, and the President and Sec?
retary of the Convention, the body adjourned.
-So me time ago Mr. C. H. McCormick, tbe
inventor of the reaper that bears his name,
gave $100,000 to endow the Old School Presby?
terian. Theological seminary, al Chicago, to be
paid in annual sums of $25,000. He has made
three payments, amounting to $75,000, but de?
clines to pay the remaining $25,000, on the pre?
text that "the concern has been ran less as a
theological seminary than as a manufactory of
political preachers of the Jacobin persuasion."
-At the National Board of Trade, now in
session at Cincinnati, tho secretary of the
Board of Trade ot Boston rea 1 an article on thc
decline in American shipping and the remedy.
It was asserted that since 1861 tue tonnage of
the United States has been constantly and ra?
pidly decreasing, and .that the agsrocrate de?
crease in the six yews fi-om 1861 to 1807 was
1,671,198 tons, or about thirty per cent. The
remedies proposed contemplate a return to
specie payments, the remission of duties and
taxes on tho articles used in thc construction
and outfit of vessels, and government encour?
agement in tho shape of subsidies.
-The New York correspondent of thc Phila?
delphia Ledger writes under date ofthe7tL
instant: "The extreme Ritualism practiced by
Ber. Dr. Ewer, at Canst Church, Fifth Avenue,
ia of a vory progressive character, so much
so as to promise to leave St. Albans far in tho
rear. The newest feature is tho introduction
of a vesper service, with processions of men
and boys dressed in surplices, the latter bear?
ing crosses, lights. ?Vc. The chancel is bril?
liantly illuminated with tall candles, just as
are the altars of the Roman Catholic churches.
In the coarse of the week the reverend gentle?
man is to preach another discourse, to show
that 'Protestantism is a failure.' "
-An English paper says : " Since their
emancipation tho Jews have, at each general
election, increased in their candidature, for
parliamentary honors. At the presant crisis
no fewer than nine gentlemen ot the above
persuasion have been nominated, namely : |
Baron Roths mild, for tho City of London;
Baron Meyer Rothschild, for Hythe; Mr. Na?
thaniel Rothschild, for Aylesbury; Mr. Alder?
man Solomons, for Greenwich; Sir Francis
Soldsmid, for Reading; Idr. G. Jcascl, Q. C.,
for Dover; Mr. Serjeant Simon, for Dews
bury; Julian Goldsmid, for Mid Surrey, and
Ur. H Worms, for Sandwich. Seveu out of
the waa (all Liberals) have been returned and
two ('eteated-Baron Rothschild, for the City
jf Lc ndon, and Mr. Worms, who stood on the
jons jrvative side."
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11,1868.
[lie Lust Words of President Johnson.
The last words of President Johnson are
ikely to have but little woight with Con?
gress or the people at large; not so much on
iccount of the intrinsic weakness of the ar?
guments as because Mr. Johnson's lease of
imited power and brief authority is fast
Irawing to a close. An American Presi
lent in these happy days is nothing when
tis successor is elected. It may happen
hat a virtuous, calm and peaceful adminis
ration will oause the retiring President to
ie respected, regretted and loved; but even
hen the pall of public indifference awaits
tim when he resigns the Presidential
hair. Lt Roi est mort.' Vive le Roi ! is now
he popular cry, and it is doubtful whether
jur years of high office and gratified ambi?
ten compensate for tho life time of o bb cu?
tty whioh assuredly follows.
Mr. Johnson has had au eventful and
hequered career. Au example himself of
ae much-vaunted fact that in th's country
ie highest positions may be reached by
len of husible birt'i who have thr faculties
nd energy to command and secure euc
ess, he has risen, step by step, lo bo sens
)r, vice-President and President. With
im the conservative influences of ansured
uthority have had their wonted effect,
ad he may fully boast that when he be?
rnie the master of the White House he
irew far from him the arts and wiles of
ie demagogue, and became the firm and
anBtant champion of the law and the con?
fution. Of the Southern States Presi
ent Johnson has been thc steady and un?
tiling friend. We have at times believed
is policy unwise. We have felt that our
arnest advooatc has dono us serious harm;
ut we honor the motives of the man, and
o not forget that the same majority which
.ripped him of his constitutional rights,
estroyed the liberties of the South, and
lade of ten sovereign States ten military
espotisms. Had Mr. Johnson been con
mt to swim with the tide, he might now
ave been our President elect. But he
hose the difficult path of duty and princi
le, and has been persecuted and maligned
ven to the bitter end. Whatever the dif
irenoe of opinion as to Mr. Johnson's p?r?
imai merits, there can be none in regard to
ie childish conduot of Congress in refus
ig to allow his last message to be read,
nd in refusing to extend him a common
EBcial courtesy. This act was unbecoming
ie dignity of a legislative body. It was a
)oli8h exhibition of partisan spleen, whioh
ill not be forgotten.
The recommendations of Mr. Johnson in
elation to the Reconstruction acts, the
nances, the Indian troubles, and thc posi?
on of the United States towards foreign
ations, need not be discussed, for they will
ot weigh one tittle in controlling the policy
f Congress. And if it were necessary to
?camine them here, little credit would be
iven to a statesman who at this moment
ldulges in a bomb?stica! eulogy of repub
can institutions, or a financier who be?
eves that an annuity of six dollars in gold
)r sixteen years, for each one hundred dollar
rnited States bond would satisfy the owner
?ho now receives six dollars per cent, per
nnum in gold, and is entitled, in addition
) the payment in gold, to one hundred dol?
ors of principal. These are but two points,
here are others no less open to unfavora
We regard the presentation by Mr. John
on of his message as the last public act of
is official life, and he doubtless intended
bat this elaborate statement of his policy
hould be his vindication of posterity. If
ais was his purpose he has missed his aim;
jr posterity, which may remember the cpi
ram of a life, has no time to give to a vol
me of florid rhetoric and personal explaua
'he State Guarantee of the Savannah
and Charleston Kallroad Bonds.
The State, in guaranteeing bonds to the
mount of ?505,000 issued by thc old
harlestou and Savannah Railroad Compa
y, and assumed by the present Savannah
nd Charleston Railroad Company, had as
er security a statutory mortgage upou the
'hole property of the company. The act
uthorizing thc guarantee shows a simple
tortgage to the State iu the event of her
ecoming liable for that guarantee. In thc
ct thc State expressly reserves to herself
the right to enact such laws" in the future
s may be expedient and necessary for thc
rotection of her interests, the State having
1U3 tho power to take any steps required
) prevent her lieu from being impaired or
estroyed. It has now become imperative
lat she should avail herself of her ri^n!,
nd take tuck action aa the case requires.
Wo have already shown that every day
lat the road remains in its present ur.Qn
hed condition the property is growing
iss valuable, and that the liubilily of the
tale for thc interest of the guaranteed
ond3 is daily swelling tn amount. If the
road is not finished speedily, the State will
find herself liable, in 1877, for the prin?
cipal and interest of the bonds of the com?
pany then falling due, while the asaets,
which were to be her security, will have
become worthless. We cannot afford to
play ducks and drakes with half millions,
although State bonds are going to par or
thereabouts, and the Legislature should
give its earnest attention to economizing
every dollr.r in this as in all other public
There are but I #o ways of securing the
rebuilding of the road. One is for the
State to seize the road and complete it her?
self, or sell it to others who would do so.
The other is for the State to move its first
lien out of the way of the five hundred
thousand dollars which are required for ils
It would be a very difficult matter for the
State to obtain possession of the road. The
present owners have already fallen from
the high estate of bondholders to the poor
position of stockholders. They have sacri?
ficed a great deal to put the road in an un?
embarrassed condition, but they will not
give up their property without a fight. The
case would be fought through every court
in the land, and in the meanwhile the prop?
erty would be going down to zero. And if
the State won the day, what would she do ?
Would she build the road herself? If so,
she would be treated as all Stales are when
they undertake to perform the work of indi?
viduals. Would she sell the road ? If so,
a conclave of bondholders might buy it in,
strip it of all that was valuable, ruin the
whole concern, and, when they had filled
their purses out of the road, turn round
upon the State and claim the payment in
full of the bond. Only one thing is certain:
The State would have to pay $505,000 and
accrued interest, and get next to nothing
in return. ? .'cn if the State sold the road
for half a million in State bonds she would
be a heavy loser, for the market value of
the Slate bonds would be only about
$350,000, and the State would have to pay,
dollar for dollar, at IeaBt $800,000.
It remains now to be seen whether the
State can properly give up h?r first lien for
a second lien, so as to enable the present
company to complete the road, which would
then be worth at least twice as much as its
whole bonded debt.
Whenever a property is encumbered, and
money is required to save the property
from ruin, the money so furnished takes
precedence of all other claims. The salvor
of an encumbered ship has the first lien
upon her, because without him she would
have been wholly lost. In the same way a
lender of money to repair a ship has a
preference and bottomry, as it is called, on
her. Another illustration is even more
simple: A mortgage is held by A upon a
piece of property which, by the accidents of
fire, flood or war, is made untenable and
unproductive. A small ?mount of expen?
diture will reBtore the property, and enable
B, the owner, to pay the interest due A.
But C, who has the money, will not lend it
unless he has a first lien; and A does not
object, and cannot objcot, for if ho wore to
refuse, and tc take possession of tho prop?
erty in its useless condition, he would have
to spend an amount equal to that proposed
to be borrowed to make the property avail?
able and productive. This is the whole
case. The State has the right and the
power to save herself from all risk as well
as actual loss. It is demanded by the peo?
ple that no new liability shall be incurred
by the State, nov any outstanding liability
increased. Upon these, and other public
grounds, the Legislature is urged to pass
the bill for the relief of the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad Company.
THE steamship Camilla, of the "direct
line" between Charleston and Liverpool,
arrived at this port yesterday. This ?3 tho
seoond vessel of the line, and the prompt?
ness with which she has sailed augurs well
for the success of the new enterprise.
Messrs. R. Mure & Co. are indefatigable in
their efforts to make their line at once pop?
ular and profitable, and they must have at
their back the whole mercantile community
of Charleston, who know the value of direct
trade to tho commercial interests of the
THE ISRAELITE, tho organ of the Liberal
Jews, published at Cincinnati, is cautiously ta?
king ground in favor of changing the Jewish
day of rest from Saturday to Sunday. It gives
place to an argument in favor of tho change,
furnished by a wi ?ter who has been "selected
as the spokesman of a party respectable in
nunibor, respectable in intellect, fully persuad?
ed of tho correctness of their views, and fully
determined to discuss tho subject in all its
bearings." He argues that the old Hebrew
word "Sbabbas," which lies at the bottom ot
this controversy, moans simply rest. Cease
from labor and devote to tho soi vice of God
this he claims to be the literal and spritual
moaning of the word Shabbas, or Sab?
bath. Ho contends that at present thc Jewish
Sabbath has become obsolete, and, as a
consequence of their being virtually without
any Sabbath or day of rest, they aro becom?
ing lax, and dst tending to irr?ligion, apos
tacy, and the destruction of the Jewish faith.
Ii seems that it is now proposed to call a grand
Jewish council for tho settlement of this Sab?
bath question-cither adopting Sunday for di,
or dividing those wishing Sunday and those
rclaiuing Saturday as tho Sabbath. The
movement, however, whatever may be said in
its behalf, will hardly flud iavor with a penplo
who for so ma:iy centuries have jcnlously cher -
ished every promiucnt feature of their ancient
EVERYBODY agrees that WC ought to have a
resumption of specie payments; and almost
overybody has a different plan for attuning
that result. Secretary Mcculloch propo.-cs
that after January 1, 1S70, greenbacks shall
cease to be legal tenden for private deuis co >
Iracted subsequent to Unit date, and that after
January 1. 1871, they ehall cease to bc U ga1
lenders for any pm pose whatever, except pay?
ment of thc government dues for which they
are now receivable. Combined with (his meas?
ure, (he Secretary recommends Hie creation of
a new loan to absorb so much of thc currency
a; would bo rendered useless under thc new
order o?' things. As Mr. Mcculloch says, our
existing irredeemable currency was a mero war
expedient, and should have been discontinued
with the advent of peace. Lotus get back to
the time when a dollar shall buy a dollar's
worth of goods, and when the poor maus
waget, shall honestly be all they profesa to be,
and not, as now, bc swoateddown to half theil
value by exorbitant prices.
OFI'ICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE. )
Sole Impoi ter t,f the Schiedam A romatic Schnapps, I
No 29 Beavcr-streot. f
NEW YORK, November 3. 1808. J
To thc People of thc Sonthcrn States :
WHEN THE PUKE MEDICIN \L RESTORATIVE,
now so widoly knonn as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPP.-, was inroduced into thc world under
thc endowment of four thousand leading members
of thc medical prolcssion some Iwculy rears ago, its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. He, ihorcforc, endeavored lo invest il
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to ronder nil attempts to pirate it diffi?
cult and dangerous. It wa? submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
tliem Ihe purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
fy and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to tcu thousand
physicians, including all thc leading practitioners in
the United States, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation and a
report of the result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of thc most eminent medical men in
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had lena been wanted by
thc profession, as no reliance could be placod on the
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which wero
moro or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. Tho peculiar excellence and
strength of the oi of juniper, which formed one of
the principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of tho alcoholic cle?
ment, give it, in the estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials lrom professional
men of the highest rank wore published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of tho
Schnapps, as one of tho guarantees of its genuine
ness. Othor precautions against frand were also
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, the
label was copyrighted, a Jae simile of the proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
covor, his name and that of the preparation were em?
bossed on the bottles, and the corks were sealed with
his private seal. No article had ever been sold iu
this country under the name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and the label was deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for tho Southern District of New York during that
It might be supposed by persons una?quainied
with tho d iring character of the piratos who prey
upon thc reputation of honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that tho pro?
tections so carefully thrown around thoso Schnapps
wonld have precluded the introductions and sale of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to have
stimulated the rapacity of impostor-;. The trade
mark of tko proprietor hae been stolen; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from the medical profession has beeu
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles havo been imitated, lits advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worse than all,
dishonorable retailers, after disposing of thc genuine
contents of his haltlos, have filled them up with
common gin, tho most deleterious of all liquors, and
thus made his name and br.nd a cover for poison.
The public, thc medical profession and thc sick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, are equally iulercstc f with tho
proprietor in thc detection and suppression of these
nefarious piacticcs. Tho genuine article, manuiac
tured at tho establishment of thc undesigned in
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a barley of thc
finest quality, and flavored with an essential extract
of the berry of tho Italian juuipc, of unequalled pu?
rity. By a process unluown in the preparation or
any other liquor, it is freed from every acrimonious
and corrosive eloment.
Complaints have beni roreived from the leading
physicians and families in the Sonthcru States of
the salo of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps in those markets; and travellers,
who ore in tho habit of using it as an antidote to tho
baneful influence of onwliolosouic rivor waler, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed off upon tho unwary. The
agents of the undersigned have been requested to
institute inquiries on the subject, sud to forward to
him thc names of such parties as they may ascer?
tain to be engaged in the atrocious system of decep?
tion. lu conclusion, the undersigned would say that
he has produced, from under tho hands of th<? most
distingui-hca men of scionro in America, proofs un
answerable of the purity and medicinal excel?
lence of tho Sohiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; thu
he has expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
he designed should pro.cet the public and himself
against fraudulent imitations; that bc has shown it
to bo thc only liquor in the world that can be uni?
formly depended upon as unadulterated; that bo hos
challenged Investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment m all Its forms; and from every ordeal
the preparation whiik bears his name, teal and tra Jo
mark, has como off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
ita duty he owes to his follow-citiz-ns generally, to
tho medical proicsiion and tho sick, to denounce
and expose the charlatans who counterfeit tiioao evi?
dencies of identity, and he calls upon the press and
the imbue to aid him in his efforts to remedy so great
The following letters aud certificates from tho
leading physicians and ehernst' of this city will
provo to the reader that all goods sold hy thc under
signe larc all that tboy aro reprc ontcd to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnappt
as being in overy respect pre-i-niinently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all events, it is
tho purest possible article of Holland Gin. htrcto
lore unobtainable, and :is such may be safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
Li A VID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
20 PrXR-SXREET, NEW YOIIK, 1
November il, 1*G7. J
UnoLFHO WOLFE, Esq., Pr?tent:
Dear Sir-I havo made a chemical elimination of
a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with the in?
tent of determining if any loreign or injurious sub.
stance had beeu added to th? simple distilled spirits.
The examination bas resulted in thc conclusion
that the sample contained uoroi6ouo.is or harmful
admixture. I have beeu unablo to discover auy
trace of the deleterious substances wich are em?
ployed iu the adulteration of liquors. I would not
hesitate to uso myself or lo recomni'ud toothers,
tor medicinal purposes, thc Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent aud unobjectionable variety ut gm.
Very respectfully vours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
NEW YOIIK, No. 5U CEDAR-STREET, I
November 2C, I?67 J
UnoLrno WOLFE, Esq.. Present :
Dear Sir-i have submitted to chemical analysis
two bottle? ot ">'cttiodnm Schnapps," which 1 took
lrom a Iresh pacltago in your bon'iod warehouse, aud
find, as before, that the spirituous liquor is Irce
from injurious ingredient or falsiiicauon; that it
has the marl? of I? ing aged and not recently pre?
pared oy mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
RrspecuuUy, FiiEU. V. MAYER,
NEW VHBK, tuesday, May 1.
UDOLPHO WOLFE. Esq. :
Dear Sir-Thc want Of puru Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes ha' hen long felt by the pro
iessioo, and thous nd* of lives have been sacrificed
hy tho usc ol adulterated artieh-s. D lirium linnetts,
and Other diseases o. llie bruin aud m rves, so rife
iu this country, ure very rare in Europe, eying, io a
great dec ree, to the difference n the purity-of tho
We have tested the several arliclt* imported and
Bold by.YOU, including yuU* '?tn, whi'-h you sell un?
der UWuaine of Aromat'c dollied am Schnapps, which
we consider justly entitled lo the high reputation it
has acquired in this country; aud from your long cx
pcrieucoas a foreign ituport r, your bottled W ines
und Liquors shouid iu 'el w-th the same demand.
Wc would recommend you tu appoint sonto ct the
rcspcclablo apothecaries iu different parts of the cuj?
as ageuts for liv s:i:e of your Uran des und Witten,
Where ike profession can obtaiu Ibo niue wbeu
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you sikvesv in your uer.- otterprilc,
We remain, \our obedient iel vant-,
VALENTINE MO IT. M. D., Professor ol bur, cry,
University Medical Colle te, New Vo. lt.
J. M. CAUXOCHAN, M. D., 1'rofcsw of Pliuical
f-nrjjery, Snrgeoo-in-'-'hiei'to thu Male Hospital,
.'co., No. u Eatt SiXtccMM-strcot.
LEWi^ A. SAYRl, M. No. |?r adway.
II P. ??12 WEHN, >! D.. No. 7fl 1 roadwuv.
JOSEPH WOltSTKIt, 51 IV. No I 'o Nir.ili-street.
NELM5N STEELE, M. h , No. :)7 Slct-kcr-street
JOHN O'REILLY, M. R. No. 230Fourth sir. cl
E. r. RAPHAEL, M. 1?., ProfcMwr ol the principles
and Practidoi Mir.cry. New ?i k Medirai Col?
lege, Sc., No. fi Sintu-tdrect, aud otter?.
Thc proprietor also o?cia fur sale.
B01TLED WINES AND L?QD0H3,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for mc- |
diciual uso. Each Uv:tile'Ins his certificate of its pu?
rity. IDOLVSVJ AV OL KIO.
November ll J moa
MARION LODGE, No. 2,I. O. O. F.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS LODGE
Will bo bcld TA? Evening, at Seven o'clock, at
Odd Fellow's Hall, corner King and 1 Iberty streets.
M. Vi. Grand Master will uc present. M.inbers
are u-quested to ctteud.
L'y order N. G. E. C. STARR,
December ll 1 Fccieiary pro teni.
LA CANDEUR LUUGK, No. 30, A. F. BE.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL COMMUNICATION
Of this Lodge will be bett Th ts (Friday) Evening,
11th, at half-pa;t Seven o'coek. Ibo election of
officers f>r thc ensuing year will beheld. Arrears
arc DOW du?, and member- will govern themselves
By order W. M. JAMES S. RHODES,
December ll 1 Secretary.
STONEWALL, PIRK ENGINE COM?
YOU ARK HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
an Extra .Vooting of your Company, This
Evening, at Maikei Hall, at Seven o'clock precisely.
A full attendance is desired, as mattel s of import?
ance will be brought up for consideration.
By order. WM. G. MILLER, Secretary.
WANTED TO HIKE, TWO GOOD
BRICKLAYERS, togo in th? countiy. Apply
in BASEMENT OF 1HE STATE BANK, corner of
Broad and East Bay streets. December ll
WANTED, A SETTLED WOMAN TO
do general housework for a small faa ily. Ad?
dress P. H. K., NEWS Office. Docember 7
AGENTS WANTED.-S75 TO8800 PER
month, or a commission trom which twice
that amount can be m ide by selling tho latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY ?KWING MA?
CHINE: price 518. For circulars and terms, address
C. BOWELS k CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
Fbila iclphla, fa. 3mo December 5
WANTED.-I WANT A MAN TO TAKE
the AGENCY for Lloyd's Great Double Revolv?
ing MAPS Of EUROPE AND AMERICA, with thc
1000 county colored Map of the United States on the
back, issued to-day, and needed by evory family,
school and library in the land, with patent reverses,
by which either map mn be thrown frout Each Map
is 62 by Gi inch ce large, with ribbon binding and
double-faced rollers; cost HUO.OOO und three ycirs'
labor. Price S5; worth $50. A small capital will do
to start wilh. $lo a copy can be pot tor theso great
Maps. Send for circular, terms, kc. Twenty new
maps under way. J. T. LLOYD,
Postofllce Box 122, Atlanta, tia.
November 19 mc Imo
WANTED, BOARD, FOR A GENTLE?
MAN, wife, three children an<1 nuise. Will
require two rooms, and p'ain, but substantial, table.
Address, eluting terms, kc, "M. S"" 13ox No. 385,
Charleston, S. C. November 3
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
TUE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_No. 1G1 King-street.
EM P LO YUK AT OF F IC E.-S E R V AN T S
can be obtained hy npphcatio to (he "UNION
H>?ME," from 9 til 1 ll o'cluck daily.
Servants can aNo And places by application to thc
same place, at thc Rame hours Inquire for thc Ma?
tron, comer Church and chalmers street
WANTED, EVER Y HOD Y TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21 _No. Hil KING-STREET.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for the press, employment on
one or moro Literary Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES. POETRY, ic. Address
Miss K. E. W., PostolBre, Charleston, S. C.
TO RENT, A NEAT TWO- A N D-A-l IA LF
STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-street. Apply
at N?. <52 KINu, corner John-streoL
November 18 wfm
TO RENT, THAT FI\E THREE AND
a half slory BRICK RESIDENCE in Anson
street, one door south of Lamons. For particulars
apply nt No. 30 SOtTEl Y-sTREET, or at THIS OF
FICE. 6* December 9
TO RENT, OFFICES IN TUM FIRE
PROOF BUILDING, corner Chalmers and Meet?
ing streets. At.ply at OFFICE COUNTY COMall
SIGNERS, Firc-proof Building.
TO REM', THAT NKAY TENEMENT
BUILDING, Nos. 07 and G9 Slate-afreet, one
door north ol Cuniberlaud Will be reutod either aa
one or two ?-tores. Apply to L. SRERFE-E, at
Messrs. Lauroy 5: A le sandi r, No. 137 East Bay.
TO RENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. October 28
TO RENT, A FINE GROCERY STAND,
wlib fixtures completo, corner King and Clif?
ford atrtcfs. Terms moderate. Apply at BERNARD
O'NEILL'S, No. 189 EAST BAY.
November 18 Imo*
and (mall tarni LANDS for sale within the
surroundings of Charleston, S. C.
300 acres of PINE LAND at $2 per acre on thc
South Carolina linilroad.
Improred CITY PROPERTY for sale at price?
from $400 and upwards. Apply to
RICHMOND k CO..
No. ll Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
Eecomber ll frowi'
AT PRIVATE SALE.-THREE VALU?
ABLE FARM L'>TS, of tea and twenty aores
?.ach, in suburb:' of delightful villago of Mount
Plcanaut, opposite tUo city, ?vo inimit?s' walk of
Apply to A. C. MCGILLIVRAY.
Real '?tato Agent,
December 7 mw(J* No. 29 BroaJ-strrot.
FOR SALE, TWO FINELY BRED
and wcll-brokon POINTER*. For particulars
and prices, ad tl re.-s Lock L'ox No. 90, Charleston.
December 8 G
FOR SALE. A PLANTATION ELEVEN
mile? from Charleston, on the Northeastern
Rai'road, containing eighty arres of rico and
two hundred and twenty acres of uplaud with line
dwelling ai.d all necessary outbuildings, togetiier
with nil ucctssary farm utensils for immediate culti?
vation. Terms ca.-iy. Apply at Office of the Store
Keeper of thc Tort, New I ustowbousc, Charleston,
S. C., from 9 A.M. to ^ P, IL
Decmocr 7 0*
COPARTNERSHIP N OTIC E .-AYE,
the undersigned, having formed a copartner
sliio, io dale tem December 1st, 1868, under (he
title of HOLMKS ?: MAGILL, for thu tr?n?aniuu of
a GENERAL COMMISSION HU INES?, respectfully
solicit the patronage of our frbuds and tho public.
Office No. 22 List Bay, corner Vandcrliorst'.- Whatf.
December ll uaw3 ROBERT J. MAGILL.
fost ?nb /anni).
STRAYED Oft STOLKN, SUNDAY OR
Sunday night, a Black and 'J an TERRIER. A
reward will be given for bis recovery on application
at No. 60 UA?LL-STRKET, between Ansoi; and East
Buys:n-e'H. Diceuiber 8
LOST. A YELLOAV AND WHITE SET?
TER PUP. cigbt Months old; had ou. when
lost, a leather collar wini a city badge. A suitable
reward will bi; paid for her icturu to No. 48 HHO*D,
or No. 7 MEE I ING-STREKT._November ?0
LOST, UN MONDA A', NOV li M HER 23.
a Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double case, wbite
lace, with chain attached. Finder will pleas? leave
thc same at THIS OFFICE, where a reward will be
given ii required. November 39
DR. J. S. Jl Ti il ELL HAS isEMOVED
hi? oin e and rcidom c to the SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF KING AND JOHN STREE(3.
KINSMAN CANDY FACTO ii Y,
No. 270 KING-STREET.
CUNDY TUT UP IN ASSORTED BOXES OF 25,
; 50 :.nd 100 pc und?, mil.able tor Couutry liade.
Meri hanlrf can rely upon onr Caudict bcin;p.'r
fectly lrcc from all such p'i ouous subsiauc s as
TECHA ALEA AND MARDLE DUST.
Alas, constantly on hann, a lull supply ol
FRENGll CONFECTIONED. Y
AND FANCY C ANDIES.
No ex'ra ch ;iio for boxing, wfmlmo Decembers
?ons, pistols, (gtf.
GUSS, RIFLER PLVJms.
JU. UAPPOTDT, PRACTICAL GUNMAKER.
. No. HU MEEI ING-sTREET. often at low
pria s to suit tho times, DRKECH-LOADINO DOU?
BLE GUNS, MUZZLE-LOADING DOD ULK fS?VS,
SuncriorSiugle ?UUM for Uuy.->. Also. RIFLES, RE?
VOLVERS, EQUIPMENTS AND AMMDN11ION.
W REPAIRING executed as usual
October 23 mw 2aao
A JP A I R
FOR TEE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' 11051 E,"
WILL BE HELD AX
THE 'HOME" LS BROAD-STREET,
OX TUE lott DECEMBER NEXT.
THE BOARD PF CONTROL OF THF. "HOME"
?-..turn their thanks t > the community tor thc assist
ance wlucu has been extended them' in their under
Ukbip, and will hp thankful tor anv contributions of
money, provisions and taney articles.
Packages from a distance will be transported free
of coarse, by the Express Company ind Railroad*
ifdlrcetod to Mr?. M.A. SNOWDEN, President ol'
Widows' Hom'-, Charleston. S. C.
N. U.-Positively no Lists for Itafftca will be circu?
lated about the hall. Ciiauc.s, if desired, can bc se?
cured at thc respectivo table.-.
nOAT.D OF CONTROL.
Mrs M A SNOWDEN, Mrs J H WILDON,
Mrs D E HCOEB, Mrs C S V EDDER,
Mrs GEO ROBERTSON, Miss M MIDDLETON.
Mrs J S SNOWDEN, Miss M B CAMPBELL,
Miss M HOELBECK, Miss E E PALME ?,
Mrs HENEY RAVENEL Miss ANNA SIMFCON,
Mrs M P MATHESON.
Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN. PrcidcDt.
Miss MATILDA MIDDLETON, Vic-rrssident.
Miss Al. B. CAMPBELL, Sec. and Treasurer.
Mrs. J. H. WILSON", Corrcspoudiug Secretary.
CITY SIX PER CENT. STOCI
HIGHEST MARKET RATE PAID FOR TEN
THOUSAND DOLLA Ky ($10,000;, same de?
livered this day.
Apply to SAMUEL C. BLACK, Broker,
December ll -1 No. 28 Broad-street.
BANK BILLS WANTED.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE GIVEN FOR HILLS
OF IHE BANK OF THE STATE (old issue)
Z. B. OAKES,
December 3 No. 4 Broad-street.
jp IKK A RI 13 M A lt I S Ej
RISKS TAKEN IN THE FOLLOWING FIRST
CLASS COMPANIES, aggregate Capitel and Sur?
PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANV OF NEW YORK
Security Insuiance Company of New York
Manhattan Insurance Company of New York
International Insurance Compr-ny OJ New Tors
North Atroncan Insurance Company of New York
Enterprise Fire and Marino Insurance Comjauyof |
Cincinnati S. Y. TUPPER. Agent,
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank Building,
December 9 w.'niG East Bay-street.
TO DELISttURAT TAX-1'AYEP.S,
NO I ICE.-CI t Y TREASURY. December 8, 1809.
Executions on nil unpaid Tax Returns for Real
Estate will be sent to the Shoriff on the 30lb, as rf
quired by I 'rdinauce, (until then their paymout will
bc received at this office), viz: 5th Section-"And it
shall bc tho duty of tho City Treasurer to forthwith
issue executions against thc goods, chattels and
other property of said persons or corporations, and
lodgo the said executions with thc City She:iff, who
shall immediately proceed for the collection ol tho
same in thc manner p ovldcd by Ordinances forth?
ouforccmont of executions." S. THOMAS,
DeccuiiorO ll City Treasurer.
CtPfitCIAZi ORD IS K. -MAYOR'S1 OFFICE,
k5 CITY HALL, CHARLESTON. S.O.. DECEM?
BER 4, 1868 - Prom and ofter tho above dote, all
purchases made tor ti-e Qty, except for such insti?
tuions as arc under tho management of a Board ot
Comniis-ioners, must ! c through an order properly
signe! by the party or parties so purchasing, and
cuuntors'gucd hy tho MAYOR. Tho bills, wheu pre?
sented for pavr.icnt. must bo accom?anic<l by the
order aboye iuention?d, otherwise they will not be
considered. GEO. W. CLARK, Mayor.
By ordor of thc Mayor. W. II. MITTI,
December 1 Clerk of Council.
MAIN GUAHUIIOUSK. t HARMiSTON,
S.C. DI-CEMBER 7. 13:6.-Lo 'g.-d at this
Post, a DON'Ki-Y, which the owner cw get by pay?
ing expenses. C. B. HIGWALD.
December 8 S Captain of PoUce.
QITY TAXAIS-MONT ULY Rfc/TUllX*.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CiTr HALL, December 1, 1868. J
Notice is hereby given to all concerned, that the
monthly Reiuni3 lor the m 'nth of November past, in
compliance* with thc Tax Ordinance, ratified on the
.-.sill of January. 1868. and amended on ibo 20th of
September, 1808, must bc niaJe ou or bctoro the
lc h instaut.
TAXES ON THE FOLLO WINO ABE PAYABLE MONTHLY.
On all sales of Goods, Wares and Morchaudise, in?
cluding Rice, Lumber, Hay, Grain and Naval Storo3.
On ad sales of Cotton.
On all 1'rcigbt and Passenger Lists ot all steamers
and sailing vessols paid or payable in this city.
On all eales by Bakers, Butchers and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts of all Street Railroads.
On a 1 ?ross receipts of aU Express Compauics.
On all sales at Auction.
Ou all Carriages and Busgics.
On all income derived ?rom tho pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occupation or employment
On the gross receipts of all Coauncrcial Agencies,
Ou all commissions received by Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, Hanker*. Brokers, and otheru.
Ou Oil prcmoinis reccivod for or by any lu-iurance
Com: any, or by agencies tor individuals or compa?
On all gross receipts of ail Gas Companies.
Ou every Horse and Mule u^ed or k^pt within tho
city, excepting ltots-js or mulos used in any public
liconscd carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle.
On all Relall Dealern in all ?rticos whauoovor.
On a 1 Barber Shops.
On nil gross r- ceipts of Hotels and Public Fating
and Hoarding Houses.
On all receives ot Livery Stable Keepers.
On the gross receipts of Cottou Presses.
On thc gross receipts of all Prinaug Onice?, Nows
pnp rs and Publishing Houses.
Ou all Goods ?old la the city by persons uot resi?
dent, by sample or otherwise.
Ou all falcs of Horses aud Mules brought to thc
On sales ol Stocks, Bond-", aud oihvr securities.
On the gros3 ?ccelpts of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On thc gross receipts of all Tavern Ke.-ners aud
All defaulters will be dealt with aa the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HUGHES,
December 1 !*. City Assessor.
Gr R K A
T A T T K A t T 1 O N
QTjfNBrs & co.\s PHOTOGRAPH AND
PISE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBIiION 'JIM LARGEST AND
fitic-i Collection of CULOMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
seen in Charleston. They ?ire perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient 4 nd Ul Odern.
Among thc collection may bu found SALVATOR
ROSA'S HI.AD OF CHRIS I", Correggo's Uagdalcnc,
A. Delacroix's Tide Oom:,' Oui, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coming In, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Ruwbottoui's Eug'ish Scenery. Baxter'3
English and lri.-h Scenerv, Vie** on thc Ithiue, Thc
Jungfraud, iho Wetterliorn, Marine Views, and
in.my ot nora.
The pub.ic ;.ro respectfully invited to call and seo
these beautiful Werk? ot Art. They are offered for
Bale at New Yort prices.
Great reduction in the. price ol Pi IRCKLAIN PIC?
TURES. Recent improvements tu producing these
pictur< H enable us to bow offer the at nearly one
had' t::e fonu'-r prices, aud ?ar supe.'or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
I'LAIS PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
Especial atti ntion ??iven to children. Also to copy?
ing old Daguerreotypes and other picture?. .i;.>:'a
lion in all cases L'uir.iutccd, and at prie to corres?
pond with thu times.
S r K lt KOSCOP1C PI C T?R K S
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OP CHARLESTON,
TORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At Ucdaccd] Prices.
A fine collection of
STEREOSCOPIC YIEiTO OP THE MOUN?
TAINS IS NORTH CA HO LINA AND THE
PRESCH BROAD RIYJ5B.
These arc tho first -.nd only Photographs ever tikeu
in that locality.
Q, ll I N D Y ?S? C O.,
No. 261 EING ?TRIiET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 12 Ouios
(tortifs aub JWiaUaitflss.
BLANK FEET SIX INCH LEATHER BELIING
Blank feet five inch Lcathor Dating
Blank feet four inch Leather Belting.
This Belting is Oak tanned and of very superior
qualitv. It will be sold at a much reduced pricp.
HUGER k RAYEtfEL,
No. CO East Bay, corner Es change-street
December ll _ 3
BOUCHE FILS & C?.'s"
Fur ;alo by all leading Grocers and Wine Metcuanrs.
N. B -THESE WINES HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED
A BIGH REPUTATION in Chirleston and other
Southom cities, and arc in every respeet ef the first
class_rawf.'mo November 23
1 Cid BBLS- MANCHESTER MILL?-FAMILY
J.\J\J 100 bbls. Maucbortcr Mills-Extra
175 bbls. Okalona Mills-Super
150 bbls. Okalona Mills-Fino.
AU 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.
PRIME NORTHERN SEED RICE
FOR SALE. APPLY TO
JAMES H. PBINGLE.
December 8 2eow2mo-tuf
GENUINE SEED POTATOES.
LANDING AND TO ARRIVE,
500: 300 bb's. Chili and Garnett Reds
100 bbls. Western Reds
60 bbls. Pink-Eyes
50 bbls. Jackson Whites.
For sale i>y JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
December 9 No. 167 East Bay.
IMPORTED ALE AND PORTER
AT S3 50 PER DOZEN.
I f\ CASKS FINDLATER'3 DUBLIN BROWN
WJ 81 OUT, pints
10 casks Bass' Palo Ale, pints.
Tho above will be sold at $2 25 per dozen by the
cask, or ?2 60 per dozen in smaller lot?, at thc
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeking and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. December 5
ORANGES! ORANGES !
ORANGES IN FINE ORDER,
.Vt).\J \J and for sale at S2 60 per hundred.
100 bunches BANANAS, fresh and good; Guava
JeUy, in quarter and half boxes; Pineapples, COC? a
nuts, Plantains, Lemons; 50 barrels Apples, red
AND, ALSO rx STOUE:
ONIONS, Potatoes, Northern Turn ps, Carrot*,
Beets, Parsnip and Pickled and Smoked Roes, and
all for salo ve; y cheap by
Mrs. C. D. KENRICK,
No. 83 (south tide) Marko'.-street.
December 4 24
JUST RECEIVED, 15.000 VERY CHOICE FLORI?
DA ORANGES, in splendid condition, will
keep sound and aro nicely packed, ready for ship?
ping to tho country or the North; will continue to
receive weekly supplies of the same. For sale in
quantifie i to suit purchasers, by
JOHN B. TOGNL
No. 125 Meeting-street,
December 4 Ihree doors below Market.strcet.
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS!
T?/E HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE SUP
>V PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGE8,
Bananas, Pineapples, Plantains, Cocoanut?, Lemons,
Raisins, Figs, Dates and Nortbern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts of all kinds
BART 4 WIBTH,
Nos. 55 and 57 Market-street
Novomber 28 2mo"
T ) BAKERS.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA.
FRESH HOPS, best quality
CREAM OF TARTAR, ohoap.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
E. IL KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
October 29 No. 131 Meeting-street.
Oijj?rs, HLflb?ffo, fcc.
SAYAS & MARINAS
"Y^TOULD INFORM THE I li FRIENDS AND CUS?
TOMERS, in general, that they have on band a full
stock of all brands of ii ported
Which they dispose of at low figures, C. O. D., at
Call carly at
No. SO MARKET-STREET,
ONE DOOR WKST OF MEETING-STREET.
December ll 2
KSALAS. AGENT FCR THE CHARLESTON
. Branch of tho Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respectfuUy invite the attention
of dealers and smokers to his very largo stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA KS, ot all grades
and *izes, excelled by few iu this country, and war?
ranted to bc as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted b7 Express, C. O. D., or 30 days' city aceep
No. IIS EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A good smoke is a perpetual comfort.
" Yacht Club "
Competent critic-?pronounce it best formany reasons
It is made ot the best stock grown.
The Nicoline ls extracted, there arc
No drugs in it consequently it is
Anli-nervous in its effects.
It has an agreeable, aromatic flavor,
Does not burn or sting the tongue,
I.oavo' no unpleasant aftertaste in tho
Mouth, or disagreeable odor in the room.
Instead ofoxcitfiig thc nervous forces,
It allays irritation and calms thew.
We regard it as ibo perfection of
Smoking Tobacco. Orders foi elegant
Meerschaum Pij es are being packcl daily
In thc various *izcd ba?s in which it is sold,
AH an extra inducement for those
Who love a good smoko to try it.
"EUREKA" Smoking Tobacco,
Is likewise an excellent article of ohoico Virginia
Tobacco, ot a ucavier body than the former.
And hence much cheaper in price; n?-vr-rlh.IesB
It mikes an excellent sm"ke. Orders for
Meerschaum Pipes daily pocked in tiiis brand.
"CENTURY" C hewing Tobacco,
Composed of the best cutting Leaf in tho country.
Superior in color, daer iu quality, am makes a
Better chew tliau other brauda. Acknowledged
Thc Le .ding Fine Cut Tobacc. wherever ts ri.
Respectable io'>ber- and dealers in all ?tctkms
Keep it, ano ?mall tmre? can save money,
Time aud trouble by purchasing of them.
LORILLARD'S MACCOB9Y, FRENCH RAPPER
and SCOTCH hSUFF? still retain the excellent qual?
ities which have made them so fiuioai everyw'ueie.
Circulan sent on application.
P. LORILLiED, New York.
November 13 fmwliuo
I C K E R S O a HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
First-class H?fel.M Per Day.
WM. A. V.*ltIGLir,
HAVING ASSUMED THE MANAGEMENT OF
th: ; House, respectfully solic?s a shareo. publio pa
Fice Omnibus to aud from tho Hotel
November 18_ ,,nJi_
KIRKLAND iii CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr