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-Gold closed yesterday in New York at 34?.
-The New York cotton market closed stea?
dy. Sales 2600 bales, at 25.J.
-Cotton in Liverpool: quiet, with sales of ]
-The Provisional Government of Spain has
addressed a note of complaint to the British
Government in refeience to thu order placing
the fortress of Gibraltar on a war footing.
-Frank Abt receivrd only nine dollars in
Germany for his two most popular songs, and
thinks he can make more by coming to this
country, which he intends to do.
-An old gentlemen, at the late disaster
on the Ohio, finding that he conld not get ofi
the burning boat, went tonis s'.ateroom and
laid down, so that ho might gratify himself by
'"'dying in his bcd."
-The Church Monthly, an organ of the
Episcopalians, comes out squarely for Kitna'.
iam, which, it says, "is a system that belongs
to the church by right cf inheritance. It is no
innovation, but a resurrection from the dead."
-Mi. and Mrs. Dion Bourcicault mado their
last appearance "on any stage" at the Theatre
Boyal, Dublin, on the evening of the 1st inst.
Mr. Bourcicault, in a speech on the occasion,
said that hereafter ho shall d?vote himself en?
tirely to literary pursuits.
-Colonel Wynkoop, agent of tho Cheyenne
and Arapahoes Iudians, has resigned tnat
position on account of certain military opera?
tions against the Indians. Ho says Black
Bottle and his band were friendly and upon
their own reservation whoa at ticked, and he
believes General Custer's flghl on thc Washita
was a massacre.
-A Washington telegram says : "A close
canvass of the sentiments of members of Con?
gress discloses a disposition to remove tho dis
abilities of citizens m all tho Southern tjtates;
and there is scarcely a doubt bnt at this ses?
sion a bill will pass in both Houses placing the
people ot the several States South upon an
equal footing as to the elective franchise."
-Tho minutest fossil horse yet discovered
- g was lately found by Professor O. C. Marsh, of j
Tale College, in the tertiary doposits of Ne?
braska. Although full grown, as tho ossifica?
tion ot the various bono3 prove, it was only |
about two feet high. This makes seventeen
specie^ of fossil horse now known to have ii red
. ml??rth America, although until quite recent- j
ly it w:,s generally believed that there were
none indigenous to the continent.
_A New York letter to the Philadelphia
Ledger says: '"It is no violation of confidence
to state that when General Grant was in this
city last week, the editor of a prominent morn?
ing paper (not the Sun nor tho Times) was
given to understand that a Cabinet por*folio j
was at his service under the nev; administra?
tion, provided the said party would like to be
Secretary of the ?nterior. As yet, it is not ns
eertained whether the offer has been accepted,
but the cha ces are that it will bo. The editor
alluded to was formerly a member of Congress."
-The popular vote iu England gives the
Liberals a majority of 172,080-m o? e than four?
teen per cent, of the whole number of votes
given. Tbe Scotch, however, who are ce:taie
. ly the most impartial judges of the leading
question, which was justice or no justice to
Ireland, gave an ovcrwhelmirg voto for jus
tice, that ia, for tho Lucr?is, being firo to one
in the boroughs, and even in the counties
"majority of about twenty per cent, on the total
county vote. Taking Great Britain as.a whole,
tho majority on the popular Tote is about two
hundred and thirty-two thousand in a total
vote of 1.298,000, or more than sixteen p?i
-Two Wesleyan missionaries in China, who
have just returned from a tour through the
western .provinces to the confines of Thibet, a
distance of over three thousand miles, have
published an interesting report on that as yet
tat little known portion of tbe immense Asiatic
Empire. They saw an sbundanco of coal, and
evidence? of gold, Bil ver, lead and iron rrdues
Catholic missions were so numerous that
priest? were found even in the small villages,
and converts to this church were numbered by
hundreds of thousands. The missions iu
China, whether Catholic or Protestant, repre?
sent an element of civilization, and the mar?
vellous growth of the Loman Catholic Church,
which is confirmed by tho unanimous testimo?
ny of all who havo travell.d in China, will
greatly aid in bringing China under the influ?
ence of modern civilization.
-As every one is interested to know bow so
rich e man as Baron Rothschild ?voi!; corres?
pondents ara particular as to every movement
of his daily life. It is related tbs* he rose every
morning at six o'olock. His body servant
shaved and dressed him. Meanwhile, M. Bon
deville (a teacher of elocution, who fits people
for the stage), reid the nowspapors to him and
told him the gossip of tho green-rooms of the
Paris theatres. He was dressed tor tho day at
this early hour, putting on even a white cravat.
He next received a Prussian named Bernard-,
with whom he examined the quotations fi om
the great exchanges of Europe, aud decided
upon and gave orders for the transac?
tions o? the day. He next received the
correspondence clerks, took from them
the more important letters which re?
quired a roply from the Baron, a id approved
ormodiflod the proposed replies toother let?
ters. Then the almoner came in and reported
on the poor reliovod, and received now in?
structions. He then went to Mme. Rothschild
for ber instructions. After the almoner retired
the Baron received his experte-men who kept
him informed of all art and book sales; they
made leports or received instructions. He
then went to breakfast. All tho family met at
breakfast, and usually ono or two ot his mar?
ried children were present. After breakfast
tbs Baron went te his office (which was imme?
diately en the street, and separated from his
house by the courtyard; a covered way reached
from one to tho other) to re?oive people. At
two o'clock he would sometimes go to the
Boura a, or oftener to the auction mart, for he was
fond of toying objects ot ouriosity and pictures.
He would return to bis office, and at four
o'clock drivo down to Chateau de Suresne or
Bois de Boulogne, returning at hvo o'clock to
his club, where he would play whist at ten
sons a point until dinner time. During tho
last part of his hie he became eccentric in a
good many small matters. He carried a porte
monnaie which was closed by a lock, although
he never camed moro than rL'ty francs about
him ("ii a mancarnos more be is sometimes I
Jed to extravagant expense," he used to say),1
and o?ten nothing nt ol!. Hu carried tl
ol tho lock on his watch chain. Tlie ruc:
of the club tn tho line Koyalo used to lav
soo the Baron fumbling for his key, and
Iiis lock (his sight was latterly impaired
when, at last, he managed to open the |
: m nnaie, to find it empty. Arter dinu
received company at homo, er wout to
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18,1
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The WB FC of Radicalism.
The wave of radicalism which, du
tbe past ten years, has rolled over a 1
portion cf the civilized world, seems to ,
very nearly attained its zenith-if n<
this country, at least on the other sid
lu the Jaie English elections the Lit
majorities were not as overwhelmi
large as was expected, and it is a sing
fact that the extension of tho suffrage
fuiied altogether to give a radical chara
to the new Parliament. The men who i
entrusted with a vote for the first time,
not vote either for demagogues cf t
own class or for the extreme men of
superior social strata. They have t
moderate and prudent in the exercis
their hard-earned privilege, and once n
"Perfidious Albion" has escaped tho Sc
of the timid as well as the Charybdis of
The Cabinet of Mr. Gladstone is fir f
being radical in tone, and for one part
lar purpose-ibo disestablishment of
Irish Church-it is probably the stronj
ministry that could have been formed,
when other national questions are brou
forward by ibo Conservative phalanx,
by the keenest swordsman of debate
j either house, there will be a division
i feeling and sentiment on the ministe:
bench which must go far to weaken
present compact solidify. The preced
of the Irish Church, as an argument ngai
tho English Church, will not be noe'
soon. It is the nature of the English
move surely rather than quickly, aud tl
oaunot be led astray for long, either by I
oratory of Bright or tho frothy rhetoric
less respectable reformers. Io Euglai
the radical tide which threatened to wt
away every vestige of rational comm
sense, now ia ebbing fast. When it agc
flows, the country will be prepared for I
other forward step, which then may
taken without danger.
In Spain, republicanism is a failure: i
because there is an inherent defect in i
publican principles, but because the Spt
iards are neither ready nor fit to enjoy tl
rational freedom which is the soul of repu
lican institutions. The revolution of to-J
is but the preparation for the liberty of 1
morrow; and that morrow will come thou
a night of despotism or monarchical rt
should of necessity intervene. Radioalif
in Spain is already dead, and the oonserv
tivo reaction has already begun.
France has still its mjloontentp, but th
are kept down by the strong arm of t!
government, and Sant-Culottum finds it us
less to kick against the pricks. Germai
is peaceable and secure, and her increasi
freedom has been accompanied by no m
terial sacrifice of constituted order ai
authority, whatever the length of the ti
lia*'- and the strength of the standing arm
On the whole, we are satisfied that tl
inhabitants of the Eastern hemisphere ai
not going headlong to destruction; nor t
we hesitate to express cur belief tbi
through nil this din and trouble the world
whether we choose to confess it or not-i
eurely growing wiser, belier and more pun
The cheraw Hnd Salisbury Kailroa?
A letter received in Charleston yesterda
from Major D. B. TownseuJ, the Presider
of the Cheraw and Coalfields Railroad, cor
tains some interesting information in rc
gard to the recent operations of this com
pany. The old Cheraw and Coalfields Rail
road was, it will be remembered, supersede
by the Chatham Railroad, incorporated s
the last session of the Legislatures of Non
and South Carolina. This determined th
directiou of the Coalfields Railroad lo alte
their original route and make Salisbury, ol
the North Carolina Railroad, the objectiv
poict, eo as to connect Charleston and th
interior with the lines of railroad leadinj
westward from that point. Application
were accordingly made to the two Stale
for tho requisite amendments to tho char
ter, which, if obtained, were to be submit
ted to the stockholders for their acceptant
! and ratification. The Legislature of om
own Slate promptly made the propos?e
alteration, und we have now tho intelll
genes that the Legislature of North Caro'
lina bas also granted the modificationt
which were required. We presume, there?
fore, that the stockholders of the Cheraw
and Coalfields Railroad will be called to?
gether at some early day to ratify tho amen?
ded charter, and to consider the ways and
means of pushing forward their important
work- Major Townsend is entitled to great
credit for the perseverance with which,
through good and evil report, he bas clung
to this project, and we trust that he may
yet have the pleasure of seeing it an ao
j lu the letter which we mentioned, Major
j Townsend says: "The amendment to the
j "Cheraw and Coalfields Railroad, changing
"its destination from the Gulf or Coal
[ "fields to Salisbury, N. C , has passed three
"readings in both branches of the North
"Carolina Legislature, and is now the law
"of that State. Ia my opinioa this fran?
chise is a most valuable and important one
?'to Charleston. The route which iL pre?
sents to the West is the first and best that
"will be accessible to us for some time.
"Before we can possibly reach Salisbury,
"the western extension of the North Caro?
lina Railroad from Salisbury and Mor
"ganton will be completed, and ready to tax
"our utmost capacity with the teeming
"freights which will reach us from that di?
rection. I have always preferred this con?
fection to any other that we could possi?
bly make, and my interest and enthusiasm
"in its behalf have steadily inorcased with
"our efforts to procure it/'
A CENSUAL CONVENTION of Presidents and
Superintendents of Southern railroads will
be held in Atlanta on January 4, 1869, to
make arrangements, if possible, for issuing
winter exouruion tickeia at half fares, avail
able for any route, giving the traveller an
opportunity of visiting aud examining such
parts of the country as may strike his atten?
tion. It is believed that thia measure w oui i
attract to the South a large olass of North?
ern travellers, who are anxious to sell the
high-priced lands of the North and buy the
cheap and fertile lands of the South, and
that it would ultimately result in the immi?
gration of a skilled and wealthy cla^s of
agriculturists and manufacturers. The ob?
ject of the convention is, therefore, a good
one, and wo hope that it will bo well at?
WE PUBLISH this morning the entire cir?
cular of Messrs. Smith, Edwards & Co., of j
Liverpool, In which they explain the condi?
tion of thc English colton market, and the
circumstances which are likely to govern
the price of American cotton. The house
which issues the circular is one of high
character and responsibility, and their
statements must lead any disinterested per?
ron to the conclusion that high prices for
American cotton P rc likely to be maintained.
Already the English stock is well nigh ex?
hausted, and lhere is no expectation that
the quantity of the staple still to bc sent
forward will even fully satisfy the demands
of the English spinners.
UNDER TUE Bankrupt law of the Uniled
States, as it now stands, no person can go
into bankruptcy after January 1, 1869, who
is unable to show good assets equal to fifty
per cent, of his whole indebtedness. It is
very doubtful whether the law will be
amended so as to extend this limitation of j
time, and the only safe way of securing the
benefit of the liberal provisions of the ex?
isting law is by filing thc application before
the expiration of thc present year.
HOLDERS OF bills of the Bank of the Slate
issued prior to December, 1860, are re?
minded that these bills cannot be funded
unless they are presentod to the State
Troasurer prior to January I, 1869. Bills
which hava boen deposited in thj Court of
Equity mny bc withdrawn at any time,
auder a general order whioh has been made
by the Chancellor.
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Bhip and will continue thc BOOK AND JOB
PAINTING KUMNfcbs under the name and
style of A. M. WILLIAMS & BRO., at No. 9 Broad
street, up stairs, where they hope to receive the
patronage ot their friends and the public.
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WM. IL WILLIAMS,
S. K. WILLIAMS.
Charleston, December 1,1868.
Desamber 17 thfmS
OF?ICE OE UDOLPHO WOLFF,
Sole Impcn ter of the SAiettant A rttmtUtc Schnapps,
,\0 Hi iicaviT-it'cct.
NEW YOKE, November a. 18CS.
To tho ?'copie or the Sonthorn States :
WEEK THE TITHE MEDICIN \L B ESTOC V1TVE.
now KO, widely Luov,n as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHN.VPP-', was introduced into tie world under
tlio eudorseuicnt of fonr thousand lcad n? tnembors
of the medical proiesaion some twenty years nco, ita
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. He, therefore, en?eovcrcd to invest it
vtith Biroagest possible safeguard against counter?
feited), and to render all attempts lo pirato it diffi?
cult and d-mscrous. It was submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever uianufacmred. Its puri?
ty and properties having oeen mus asei ruined, sam?
ples of thc article wer-' forwarded to ten thousand
physh iaus Including ali tho loading practitioners in
toe United States, for purpose's of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation and a
report of bc result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of the moat cmiueut medical men lu
the Uuion promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article Were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had Iona been wanted by
the prolession, af no relian -e could b? placod on the
ordinary liquor? of commerce, all of which wore
more or less adulterated, and therefore unlit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength ot" the ol cf juniper, wnich formed one of
the principal ingredients of tho Schnapps, together
with an uualloyed i haractcr of tho alcoholic ele?
ment, g'rvo it, in tho estimation ol' the faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
Those satisfactory credentials irom professional
men of tho lushest rank wcro published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnappe, aa one of tbe guarantee'! of its genuine?
ness. Othsr precautions against fraud were also
adopted; a patent wr.s obtained for tho arricie, the
label was copyrighted, a Jae simile of tho proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
caver, hi? nama and that of the preparation Wire em
tossed on the bottles, and the corks wero ?calad with
bis private seal. No arricio had ever bcou sold in
this country under tho name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1351; and tho label was deposited, aa
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of New Tors during that
It might be supposed by persons unacquainted
with the daring character of thc pirates who prey
upon the reputation of honorable merchants Ly vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that the i ro
tections so carefully thrown around these Schnapps
would havo precluded the introductions and sale of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to havo
stimula ed the rapacity of impostors. Tho trade
mark of th . proprietor baa been stolen; the indorse?
ment which his scbiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from the medical profession han been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worse than all,
diehonerablo retailers, after disposing of the nenuiue
content* of his bottles, have flUed them np with
common gin, the most deleterious of all liquors, aid
thoa made his name and bnnd a corer for poison.
The public, the medical protection and the sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ls pre?
scribed as a remedy, aro equally Interoute < with (he
proprietor in the detection and suppression of those
nelarious piactices. Tho genuine article, niau in al?
lured at tho establishment of the undesigned in
Schiedam, Holland, is disiillcd from a barley of thc
finest quality, and flavored with au essential extract
of the berry of the Italian Jut rpo-, of unequalled pu?
rity. By a process unknown in the preparation of
any other liquor, lt ls tree J from every acrimonious
and corrodive element.
Complaints havo been re.olved from thc leiding
physicians and families in thc Southern States of
th* sale of cheap unltatioua of the ?'chledam Aro?
matic Schnapps in those markets; ?.nd travellers,
who aro in tho habit ot nsiag lt as an antidoto to the
baneful inflnenco of unwholesome river water, tes?
tify thai i heap gin, put up ia Schiedam bottles, fa
frequently palmed cfT upon tho unwary. The
agenta of the undersigns.! hava been requited to
Inst!?ute inquiries on lb? BI bject, and to forward to
him the natue* of such ; cities a* they may ace, r
taln to be ?>ng3g.:d In the atrocious system of decep?
tion. In oonehiiion. the undersigned would say that
he has produced, from uuder the hand* cf the rco.-t
dlstlngultheo men cf scioncoln America, proofs un
answerable of the purity and me.uctnal excel?
lence of the S'chicdam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
Lo bat expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding lt with guarantee: and saf?^icard?, which
he designed should protect the public and himself
asalnst fraudulent imitations; that he has shown it
to be the only liquor In the wrrld that eau be nu
formly depended upon as unadulterated; that he has
challenged Luvesiigahxn, analysis, comparison and
experiment In ail Its lornu; an J norn every ordeal
the preparation whi h bears his name, '.eal cud trade
mark, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
lt a duty he owos to Ins lcllow-cit1::-ns generally, to
the medical proiesaion and the sick, to denounce
and expose the charlatans who counterfeit thesa evi?
dencies of identity, and hw calls upon tho press and
the ..nolie to aid him in hf ? efforts tc remedy so great
Tho following letters and certificat*? from the
leading physician, and chemist.' of this city will
prove to the reader that all goods sold by tue under?
side 1 are all that they are repre ented to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
aa being in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving ot medical patronage. At all events, lt ia
tue purest possible arucle of Holland din, hereto
lore unobtainable, and as euch may be safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, lu*. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 PISE-STEIET. NEW YORE, 1
November 21.1S67. J
UDULPHO WOVE, Feq., Present:
Dear ?'ir-1 have mail ea chemical examination of
a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with the in?
tent of determining if any foMgn or injurious sup
stance had been added to th- simple distilled spirits.
The exaiuiuatlou has lesulted in the conclusion
that the samplo contained no poisonous or harmful
admixture. I have teen unable to discover any
trace ol the deleterious substances wich aro em*
ployed in the adulteration of liquor*. I would not
hesitate to use myself or to recomm?nd toothers,
tor medicinal purposes, the Schiedam Schnapps na
au excellent and unobjectionable variety of glu.
Very respect fully yours,
(Signed,) CUAS. A. sP.irr.y_ Chemist.
NKW Yonx, No. S3 CEn/-E-6TitEET. I
November 20, 1867. J
UDOLPHO WOVE, Esq., Present :
Dear Sir-I have submitted to chomlcal analysis
two bottles ot "scbiedam Schnapps," which I took
hom a lrcsh packago in your bonoed warehouse, and
hud. as before, that the spirituous liquor is iree
lroui injurious ingredient? or falsification; that lt
has thu marks ot bf mg aged and not recently pre?
pared by mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
Respectfully,. FEED. F. MAYER,
NEW YOBX, Tuesday, May 1.
UroLPno Vc VE, ESQ.:
Dear Sir-The want of puro Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes has been long felt by the pro?
fession, and thousands of lives havo been sacrificed
by the use ot adulterated artit-L s. D Urion tremont--,
and otb-r diseases o. the brain and lit rves, so rife
in this country, aro very rare in Europe, owing, iu a
groat decree, to tho lii?'erouce n the pu ity of the
Wo have tested the several article! imported and
sold by you, including your Gin. which j ou seil un?
der thu name of Aromatic Sohiedaui schnapps, which
we consider justly entitled to the high reputation it
has acquired in Ibis couutry ; and from your long ex?
perience as a foreign importer, your Bottled Wiue3
and Liquors should meet w.th tl.e same demand.
We would recommend you to appoint somo of tho
respectable apothecaries In different parts of th* city
as agents for lbs sala of your Uran des and Wiues,
where iho profession can obtain the bama when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success lu your new enterprise,
Wc remain, your obedient servante,
VALENTINE MOU'. M. D., Prtjessor of Surgery,
Cnlvere?y Medical College, New York.
J. M. CAKNOCHAN, IL D.,- Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Surgeou-m-t'hief to the State Hospital,
te., No. li Last Sixteenth-street
LEWIS A. S A YR li, M. D., No. 7DJ Broadway.
H. P. PE WEES. M. D.. No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WOBS?KB, il. D.. No. HO Niuth-streof.
NELSON STEELE, IL D., No. 37 Bleeker-slreet.
[ JOHN O'REILLY. M. D., No. 230 Fourth street.
B. L RAPHAEL, BL D., Professor ol the Principles
and Practice ot surgery, Now i'ork iledlcet Col
lege, &a., No. 91 Naitu-. treat, and others,
Tho proprietor also offers for sab.
BOTTLED WISES AND LIQUCIiS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for me?
dicinal uss. Each bottle has his certificate of its pu?
rity. CDULFU'J WOLFS.
November ll 9 moa
MAKIO* L?DGE, No. 2, I. O. lt. F.
nrUIE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING CI TOI?
JL Todgo wll bo bola t Odd Eollow'aH:!)!, cor?
ner King and 1 lberty arr?ete, 'Jhis Evening, at aoven
o'clock. Memboisare particularly requested to at?
By order N. 0. ROBERT C. STARR.
December 18 1 Aetinc socretary.
Pl i OE NIX FUIE ENGINE COMPANY.
THE BEOCLvB MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company will bo held TVits Evening, at
half-paat seven o'clock. By order.
J. WILLETT PREVO-T.
December 18 Secretary pro tem.
ALKltT BASK BALL CLUB.
ASPECIAL MEETING OF THE ALEUT BASE
Ball Club will he held rAi* (Friday) Evening, ot
half-past Seven o'clock, at the Victoria Hotel.
The attendance of al: mcmbot s Li requested.
CHAS. N. WINNER.
Docembcr 18 1 Secretary.
FOB SALK, A HANDSOME PAIR OF
THOROUGHBRED MARE3, DOU'JIO Harness,
and Spring Wagon. Apply at No. 48 BROAI -
Si REt I", back oilke, up blaire.
December IS fm2
FOH SALIS-TWO SUPERIOR YOUNO
DR *FT HORSES
Two now Spring Dravs. mnde to order
Turee complete sets Cart Harness, mude to order
One 80-horse power s earn Engino
Two Steam Flui: Boilers, VMiorae power each
Two Steam Condensers, each 3 feet diameter. 36
One Iron chimney, 15 Inches diameter, 80 fact
4000 new Flour Barrels
40,000 new Flour Barral Stav. sand Headloga to
100,060 cleaoed second-hand Bricks. By
December 18 fmw F. W. CLAUSSEN.
ATTENTION! CAPITALISTS.-F O K
SAL", Three Thousand Acres of the finest
COTTON LANDS In the State, also woU adapted to
corn, and havEg bottoms suitable for nice, i beac
landa are locate-1 in the heut of t^um'er County, and
cambine advantages which can scarcely be mund
elsewhere in the -outh. Tl ey ai e ?anoy lauds, with
clay sub-soil, and therefore productive and highly
retentive ot manures, while they are easily cultiva?
ted. They are certain lauds because free from over?
flow, and tboy are exempt trom all malarial influ?
ences, having a climate equal to Aiken and water
equal co tb..to: the mountains. '1 hey are five miles
distutr from tho Bradrord Spring?, lorruerij a sum?
mer resort of great celebrity. The society rf the
neighborhood acknowledges no superior aoywhore.
There are about a thousand or twelve hundred ai res
of cleared land on tho tract, some of which has been
rented at five dollars per acre finco thc war. Thc
remainder la finely timoerod woodland, which would
supply the raw maw tia! for two steam saw Mills tor
the next two-, tv years. I will coll a Water Mill Seat
with the abave property it desired, io a eapi nlist
or company wishing to conduct plantiug operations
on a large soalu, or to ostabl sh manulacturns .-f.un?
kind, ths opportunity offered fdr investment i-.t
raro one. Thetciaa h-reeframod Ham and Wagin
Shed ou th- premises, with largo lorjgo lofts, nico
large framed laborer's oaUius, (bret cl i- e), wiib rock
chimneys, several log cabina also, and tr.iraed ?.in
house, vary large, and framed mil h use. Prrs-u
wiahing to inspect tho pi omises cao leave thc rail?
road at Sumter, May?ville or Lynchburg, on lh= Wil?
mington and Manchester Road, tr Claremont or
Camden, en the Camden Brauch Boat).
Fer terajs and further particulars apply to the sith
seri nor ou ti o premises, or 'brough bia B?stanla) at
Mechanic:Ville, S. C. Titles will bo made uuexeep
ALSO FOR BALE,
Sevoral BUILDING LOT.-' iu tue heart ot the Town
cf Sumter, now the greatest business nure iu thc
SUto, al'ier Charleston, Columbia cot excepted.
These Lets measure thirty-five bet Iront on Mnlu
?tivct, by two bu?i?l-cd and twaury-fJUT IC. deep,
and ere ?ppo-To the Cour thou ?e.
December ll raw?? W.O.KENNEDY.
LANDS.-DESIRABLE PLAN CATIONS
and small la rm LANDS for Bile wilbla ibo
bui rtundings cf Charleston, S.e.
330 acre-:- of PINr. LAND o> S3 per aero or. thfc
South Carolina Railroad.
Improved elli PROPERTY ior sal.' at piicni.
ironi ii JJ and upwarJs. Apply lo
RICH MOS'- Sc CO..
No. ll Broad-street, Charleston, b. C.
December ll ttnwi*
FR CIT FARM FOR SILE, NEAR
Al SEN, 9. C.-TURFE HUNDRfcD ACRE1
ihe farm has nearly live thousand tm't irre -, con?
sisting ofPerch, Apple, Cherry, Plum, Pomegranate.
Fig, Pear. ?tc. Also, a vatiety or small irults. as,
Raspberries, strawberries, imported Blackberries,
&c, oil of tho choicest kicOs. ? Iso, about twenty
five ncres of the '.'hoiceft Graves of various kind?.
One hundred nt-rca oi thelHiid n ch ared, and good
farming land; the balance is wo jd lau.i. Fori ar?
ther particulars apply to JAMES W. M AT,
Nerthweat ?ide of Courthouse,
December 17 Imo Charlcaton. s. C.
FOR 94LE, ONE PAIR HOUND DOGS,
well Iralued. Apply at DAILY NiWS OFFICE.
Deecmbor 16 3
Boiirea ia B?nhruptri).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OE THE
UNilED SlAi?S, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IM THE MATTRR OF JUD?
SON J. BROADWAY, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FLLSD ON 1 HE 2D DAY OF NOVEMBER,
A. D. 18S8, IN SAID COUBl'-IN BANKRUP1 CY.
This ls to giro notice that ou thc sixteenth day of De?
cember, A. D. 18G8, a Wai rant in Bankruptcy waa
issued ogalnst the Es-tato of JUDSON J. BROAD?
WAY, of Clarendon District, una Slate of South Car
olin i, who bas bceu adjudged a Bankrupt, ou Lis
own petition; that the payment of any debts and de?
livery of any property b?lsnRing to ?aid Bankrupt,
to him or for his usc, and de transf.-r of any p.o
pcrcy by him aro forbidden by low; that a meelina
of the Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their
debts and to (-Loose ono or more Assignees or bis
Estate, will ba held at a Cour', ot Bankruptcy, to be
holden at No. 72 Broa-l-strcot, Charleston, South Car?
olina, before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on iho
j ?if A day of January, A. D. 1809, al 2 o'clock. P. M,
J. P. M. EPPING,
Unite 1 ?tates Marshal as Messenger.
December 18 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOB THE DI ST RICI"
CF SOUTH CAROL1NA-?N THE MATTI lt OF
PAULE i TA. SANDERS, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM
A PETIUON FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK
BUpicy WAS FILED ON THE ITU DAY OF
DEOH.MBER, A. D. 1808. IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY.-Thia ia to give notice that on
the sixteenth day of December, A. D. 1868. a War?
rant in Bankruptcy waa issued against the
Estato of PAULET! a. SANDERS, of s ; m ter Dis?
trict, and state ol South Carolina, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition;
that the payment of any deLts and delivery ot
any paoporty belonging to sal.I Bankrupt, to him
or for his nae, and the transfer of any properly by
Lim are forbidden by law; that a msetiug of tho
Creditors of tho ?aid Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to ohooao ono or reo? Aigneis of his Estate,
wUl be held nt a Court o? Bankruptcy, to Lo hoi len
at No. 72 Broad-lrcet. Charleston, .-outh Carolina,
before R. B. CARPfNTER, Regiatrar. on tho sixth
day of January, A. D. lSO'J.ia'. IU o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EWING,
United State.1? Marshal as Messenger.
December 18 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED HI ATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CARO* INA - IN THE MATTER OF
MICHAEL FLAUM, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
A PETIUON FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE lOr.i DAY Ol' DE?
CEMBER. A. D., 18C8. IN SAID COURT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Tbl-is to gi ve notice that mi the sixteenth
day cf December, A D. 18J8, a Warrant in Bank-liptcy
waij wetted against the ii3ta oi 1 MICHAEL fi..-.Cal.
of WaitorLoro'. in the District 0/ Coilctou. mid
Stalo of Souih Carolus, who La* be?n adjudged
a B'likrupi on his own pctllicn; that tue |uymcnt
of any debts and do ?very of 0117 property b^iuiie.
iug to said Baukrup*, to him or lor hin os.\ und
the transfer of any property by him are foruiddou
by law; that a meeting of too Creditors ol' thc
said Rankrupi, lo prove their debt?, and to choose
ono or more As-igno s ot Lis L?tate, will be hold at
a Court of Bankrup:cy, to be holden at No. Ti Broad
street, Charleatou, South Carolina, before R. B. CAR?
PENTER, Registrar, on tho sixth day of Jam-.anj,
A. D., Ititi!), at 12 o'clock, M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United St?t03 Marshal as Mensonger.
D?:?mber 18 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN BANKRUPTCY.-The un
dersigned herabv gives uoliee of his appointment JU
Asrignce of JAMES L. THOMPSON, of Liberty Hill,
In tho County of Kershaw and State of south Caro?
ling, within said Di'triet, who has been adjudged a
Bankrupt, upon his own petition, liv ?be District
Court of said District. J. KC-iS oy?
Docembcr 17 li _ Assignee.
TN T?5 ?tsTl?ICT COURT OF THE
j. ySlTED STATUS, FOR THfc DISTRICT OF
I SOUTH CAROLINA-IN UaNERUPTeY. -AT CAM?
DEN, DECEMBER :-, 1863 -Thc undersigned hsro
by gives uotl-e ol bis appointment a3 Arsignce of
JOH.N GASKIN, o' Fist Ruck, in the County oi Ker
ahaw, and Mate or South carolina, within said Dis
triet, who baa been a.ljudjied a Bankrupt, npOU Lie
own pLUtion, by the District >. 'url oi ?aid District.
EZEKIEL G'1 SKIN,
Decazabcr 17 3 Astign?e,
"P ROOKA JH Jil i?
LECTURE AND DRAWING-BOO M
PROFESSOR HERMAN D. MEIER,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NEW GERMAN
II IBER N IAN' HALL,
Ou CH3ISTM AS DAY. D. eember 25th, at 7l; P. M
L Prayer by Ror. L. MULLER.
2. Thorns f jr male and female volcei.
a. Prologue, with niano accompani- ) MBIEB
4. "Y.mitons" for Piauo.M oz VET
5. "Kosciusko's Farowe.l." from I be uld
C. "Thc Ress." from Zemiro aa l Azur.SPOHE
7. Essay on Woman.MEIEB
8. Chorus from (ho Grand Duchess .. .OFFENBACH
9. Greeting to South Carolina.MEIES
10. Alpine song.PEOCH
(From "Yoif-.go to B-lgiuni," )
11. 1 und \ Fnrrz RECTEU
('.What did tho Fellow Want?")
12. "Tho Cautious israelite," (bumoriB
13. Potpouiifrom Ernaui (Pi .noand Violiu)..BETxa
U. Monologue, iu uosiuxe, from William
NOTE -Ibo Recitations aro in German.
Doers open at half past, Six. Entertainment to be?
gin at half-past Seven precisely.
Tickoia maybe bad at Zogaaum, Young ft Co.'a,
Fogariie's, Ufierhardt, Campsou ft Co.'e, Courte?
nay'*, Graman ft y c'a wacke's, Hcsasinaa's, and at
The Grand Piano urcd la from the celebrated
manufactory of Dunham ft Co., and is kindly lent
for the occasion by tho agents, Messrs. Zog'jaum,
Young t Co., King-streat.
Dccomber li 12
pst Hit? /oua??.
PICKED UP ADRIFT,. A flATTEAf,
which the owner can obtain by proving pro?
perly anJ paying expenses. Apply at ibo POINT
HOUSE, sullivan's Islund. 3* December 18
STRAYED O lt STOL KR!, SUNDAY OR
Sunday night, a Elaek and Tan TfcRRlER. A
rnsv:ird will be given for bis recovery on application
at No. 60 HA?EL-STRKET, between AnsOD and East
Bav BT'.c's. December 8
IOST, A Y1CLLOW ARD WHITE SET
j '1 ER PUP, eight montlis old; had on, when
lost, a leather collar with a city badae. A suitable
reward will bo pa:d for her tcturn to No. 48 REO AD,
or No. 7 MEE i ING-nfREET. November 30
LOST, ON MONDAY. NOVEMBER 23,
a Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double case, white
lace, with chain attached. Finder will please leave
thc namo at'i HIS OFFICE, where a reward will be
niven if required. November 20
KINSKAVS CANDY FACTORY,
No. 270 KING-i- TREET.
C1ANDY TUT UP IN ASSORT ED BOXES OF 25,
} 50 Bluf 109 pound!?, eui able tor Country 't rade.
Men haute can roly upon o*r Canilles bola; per?
fectly free from all such p.d ODOUS substances cs
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DUST.
/ Isa, constantly on hand, a foll supply ot
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No cx;ra cungc to: boxing, wfmlcio December 2
plank Buoiis, priiiiimj, pinding.
MAX ? FACTORY.
PLANK B "OK- ?F At.L DESCRIPTIONS af ADE
io order, with any et) lc of B.ndiug or pattern of Rul?
ing, ol but material and workmanship.
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, MU3IJ, NEWS
PiPEKS, Bibles, Prayer Hooks, ?c., Bound la any
style, ana ueutiy Lclt.ioJ with nam?.
JOB PRIin EMG-Cards, Lefer, Note and Bill
Hea ls. Circulars. Dray Receipts, Pamphlets, ftc. in
first-rate style aud at low prices.
All vario?cs of LAW, OFFICE AND FANCY STA?
A large aisottinent of our own and of the heit
Northern manufacturer., con? tautly on haad.
NOTICE.-We are ofT^rin;; our surplus ??tock or
Check Rooks, Bank Books, Railroad and Vessel Re?
ceipt Books, Cotton Weight and Shipping Buoks, at
greatly reduced price?.
TIME BOOK? for Plante e, Mechanics and Busi
Less Men generally ?monthly and weekly), a great
variety ol forms.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS, Unding and Dockage
Bocki, Magistrates' Dee Lets. Hotel Registers, ftc.
TO UL, ALE Hf..
Hav?K' a largo surplus of BLANK DOOKS, of all
styles or binding, the trade will be supplied fora
limited lime at n grejt reduction on New York cott.
December ll fmwlmo No. 9 BP.OAD-STREET.
Q li Ii A T ATTRACTIO S
QUfNBY'S & CO.'S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBI HON THE LARGEST AND
?iie?tCollection ol' CQROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
feen In i 'hnrlostou. 'They arc perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient and modern.
Among thc collection may be found SALVATOR
ROSA'S HEAD OF CHRIST, Corrcggo'.< Magdalene.
A, Delacroix's Tide Going Out, A. Delacroix's 'fide
Coming 11, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Rowbottom':! Ebglisn Sccucry, Duster's
English and IrUh Scenery, Views on thc lthiue, The
Jung fraud, 'iho Wettcrhorn, Maiiuo Views, and
many oi.net s.
The j.?b?c sro resnec.fully invited to call and seo
thee-; hesntifnl Works ol Art. Tboy are offered for
sale at New York prices.
Great reduction in the price POUCILAIS PIC
TUBES. Recent Improvements iii producing these
pictures enable us to now offer the. at nearly one
b?fthe i'ori? -r prices, ami lac sape. or. Call und
e. ;::,!::,: specimens.
OUI? CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
l LAIN. PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
L pedal attention given lo '-hildren. Also io copy?
ing Old Daguerreotypesaed otherpictures. s.ui-:i -
Hun in ail caaes raarauteed, una at prices to corre?
pond with ibo Uaic?.
S rEKKOSCOPlC PICTURES
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OP CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At [..educed 1'rioes.
A flue collection of
STEREO30OPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IS NOR I Ii CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVES.
The?c sr- ?Li tlrst and only Photo^ittphs ever takes,
in that locality.
Q I! I 3! Q Y ?Si C O.,
No. 251 KING-STREET.
CHARLES rON, 3. C.
November 11} 3m os
?rUClttes -rr,: .. scfUaT.cSM.
G-JODS FO ? TH??' I;) KfAYS! *
LASSOING AM) IS STORK
PALMETTO PIO?'EE? CO-OPERATIVE
GBOCEIvV S LORE.
S. TV. CORNEZ MEETING AND MARKET STS.,
"VTEV7 L\YE?. KYIsI -, I - QUABTHB, HALF
Li tm! whole Loxes
New SeedlPi-s Ks!?:iia
New '"'irrauts aod Oitr,a
Uriel T'I^B, in ene-iliira". one, two ?ad u nab'ami
cisbt pound druin*.
?"ronrh Prunes, in cain an.l jar;
NewTurksh Prune , forstswlsg
Guava Jelly, in bali and one pound bose;
Sardines, In q arter, half and whol- boxes
Fresh Peaches, Po rs, Pineapple; and strawberries,
tn two pound eans
Fre6h Mackerel a?:d - alinon, in one pound can9
English au.i ?. n cricau l'iekius. quart? and pinta
No. 1 Gold Chop lire Crac!:or.i
Monongahela, By?, cabinet and Bourbon Whiskey
Malaga, Port and sherry Wine
French and American brandy and Old Tom Gin,
bottled and on draught
Spices of all kind.--, ground ;.r.d whole
1 ai ioca. sago, Mais "na. Cornstarch, Arrowroot
Cream Tarta , Baker's Premram Chocolate
Broma, Cocoa and CO'-oa Paste
Choice Kew York Su;ar-curo 1 Pig Karns, unbagied
Edwards' Cele Jiated Washington Hams, small siaes,
Smoked Toncues, Beef, Salmon and Halibut.
A choice and complete assortment of FAMILY
GROCERIES, which we guarantee to soil at the low
cst market prices tor ca?h.
Ko charge tor packagsi ! December 13
SELLING BELOW COST
TO EVADE THE KEW T\\ OM TOB\CCO.
which will take eff-ct on 16th February, 18C9.1
will sell mv large aid ?ell tssoxtnd stock of TOBAC?
CO at considerably le-s lbw a^t-rj prices.
Consumers ani*. Country Merchants will do wall to
give an early call, at
Korthcas! corner Wentworth and King streets.
Pccember 1.8 li
QAA IONS G NLTN'E No. 1 PERUVIAN
Ouv GUANO, to arriyc and new on ike way por
Schooner "Arctic" md oilier vessels.
For tale hy T. J. KERR ?: CO.
3d AA WES LIVERPOOL SALT TO AR?
\J\J\J RIVE^tship "Kamm?. Funder."
For . ale by 'j. J. KERR CO.
COEN AND OAT?.
frAA CUSHE. S MILLING COKN
i \)\J rt'O buibela Bright Heavy cats, per steam?
cr Sea Gull.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
December 13 1 No. 72 hast Bay.
APPLES AMD POTATOES,
LESIONS AK O CITRON,
FOR SALE I O SUI r CUS i OMKRSIN QUANTITY
and prier'?, :;t No. CH EAST LAY.
Dccmberl? I C. ?. AVERILL.
FRUIT FOE TUE HOLIDAYS.
BART & WIBTH.
Nos. 33 A.\D 5. 1U A K?wET-S'FItEKT.
nAVE IN STORE, *
AT THE LOWEST MARKET VETOES,
QA/ v BUNCHE* BANANAS
Ol''/ ?toOO Pi'Maitis
lO.OOJ Florida I iran', ea
Cul barrels Nortnorn, lippies-0 Bining, Bald?
wm, S'orihe v. spy and Gil! Fiowor
2.JU boxes Assorted Layer E ?1*1. ;
MOO r ound.; Dram una Lox Fig >
50 barrels A?S'j?teJ NUS
CO.Oim Torpedoes, Fat nt
00 box'.n Fire Crack irs
200 barre'.? peach Blow POM . -s
ifO barreln PrincH Albert Potato M
Il'O i ?ri. Si Pi ik-?ye rotate??
?'JO barreL Davin'* s"e?diir.^ Poti..oos
210 liarr. ls Western Red Poratc?M
100 b'.rrcls Garnet's Chill Potatoes.
All oi' which will bi sold s: tho LOWEST CASH
ORANGES, PINEAPPLES, &c,
JUST ARRIVED PER. SCHOONER
ROSALIE, FttO.M. SLEUTH ?RA, WEST
4000 Grape Fruit
7 160 dozen Pineapples
3U0 bunehea Banana*. ?
All nf which will bo soid CHS...?, at the loweri
cash prices, at BAR t WIltiE'S,
Decemb.rl8 Nos. 65 and 4f Market-street
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS I
f 17 E HAVE ALWAYS ON E.NDALARGIJSUP
VV PLY ol' FRUITS, con?isUsgof ORANGES,
Bananas, Pineapples, Plantains, Coooaauta, Lemona,
Raisins, Fitzs, Dates an/ Korttem Apples, Po ato ss,
Onions, and Nuts ot tU kinda
BART 4 WIRTH, <
No;. 55 and ?7 Maxket-streat.
November 28 _gmo?
JUST RECEIVED. IN TI.sE ORDER AND
fresh, by th.-? Snanisa ship Pedro, arrived o?
'Tuesday b?t ftom Havana
15.000 flue ORAAGES
30 bunches of splendid, Binanaa
A good lot tf PINEAPPLES and PLANTAINS.
For salo cheap by Mrs, C. D. KENRICK.
No. 83 Mai-?ict-?trset. southside,
December 17 _ Near Meetl';g-siree:. _
ORANGES? ORANGES ?
. tX. AAA ORANGES IN FINE ORDER,
?JO?\J*J\J cul for'ale ar. ?2 GOper hundreu.
1U0 bunches BANANAS, fresh and good; Guava
JeUy, in quai'.er u'^d hair bvx-;i<; Pineapples. Coocs
nuts, Plau ains. Lemons; OJ barr?la Apples, re?
?190 IS CTOIl?:
ONIONS, Potatoe.'. Northern Turnps. Carrot?,
Beets, Parsnip and Pickled and Smoked Rois, and.
all lor sale very cheap by
Mrs. C. D. KRNRICK,
Ko. 83 (souin side) Marke'-street.
BLACK SEED OATS.
1 AAA BOSSEL*? SUPERIOB BLACK SEE?
1' 'UU OATS. Torsaleby
December 17 3 _ JOH-> CAMPSES kCOj^
47)?7Q BALMS PRIldcl N'ORTB RIVER HAT,
?? i ?J landing from scaoousr Charles Comery
l or s ile by T. J. E EBB S CO.
GENUINE SEED POTATOES,
LAUDING AXD TO ARRIVE,
300 bb s Chili and Garnett Reds
lUObbls. Western Beds
(ju b?ils. Pmk-Eyes
50 bbls, .lack-on Wliitei.
?PnT sale nv JOHN F. O'NEILL SON,
December0 No. 1CT Ea?i Bay
-j / ii-\DBLS. MASC HESTER 5?ILL?-FAMfl.Y
JLvU IM bbls. .Mai allister Mitta-Exin
"lT.l Mil-. vjl;a:oii- Mil'.s-r^npcr
liO bb*. Oka?ouu MU'a-Fhie,
All ot the ablive FI?,or is jix.iad iront Southern
Whca . and for sal? lo,^ by
GEO, Tv'. WILLIAMS CO., Factors,
November ??i nawflO Chnrch-stTeeL
??UCHE Fils & ?:O.?S
For sale bj -ll leading Srtwera and Wtoe M^sbasH,
N. B.-TH25E V?L'.Z< BATS ALWAY32SJ0?ED
A BIGU B?POCATION in Char!est?a and o.her
Southem citits, and are ia every respect sf tho ?XE;
cia?? m wf ano Nersmber 23