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N" E "W S SUMMARY.
-Gold active at 31$.
-Cotton in New York advaucad lc; sales
yesterday 10,000 bales at 28.
-Cotton iu Liverpool finner; uplands lld;
-Henry Clay's son Theodore is an inmate of
the Innatic asylum at Lexington.
-Monogram kid gloves are the latest
-The spiritualists of New York are said to
be rapidly increasing in numbers.
-The Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, pays a
rent of $96,640 a year.
-A Broadway store in New York makes a
specialty of renting wedding presents.
-We see it stated that the commissioner of
bankruptcy at Richmond, Va., during the past
year has rocketed nearly $100,600 in lees.
-Up to this date, there havo boon three
thousand three hundred bankrupt cases in
-Of the 6.000,000 marriageable women or
England, 2,500,000 aro unprovided with hus?
-Tho Atlanta Constitution publishes a letter
from ono of the largest real estate agencies in
New York, in which it is predicted that there
will be a large movement of men and money
toward Georgia and the South generally in a
-The great popularity of Henry Ward Beech?
er among the Brooklyn cbnrch-goers finds a
significant index in the remarkable result of
of the sale recently of pews in Plymouth
Church. The receipts amounted to an aggre?
gate ol ninety-seven thousand dollars.
-A boot-black organization has been put in
operation in the City of New York. By paying
two dollars a mooth ono can have his boots
'polished overy morning at h?6 home, and a3
often during the day as he may choose to call
' at "headquarters."
-The colored citizens of the United States
will hold a national convention in the national
capital on Wednesday, the 13th instant, to take
into corsidcration ali matters effecting their
new relation* to public affairs and their course
of future action.
-Latest advices from Africa confirm the re
cent report relative to the safety of tho great
African traveller. Dr. Livingstone. It is said
be is some v.-h ere in tho vicinity of Lake Nyassa
near the confines of Zanzibar. Owing, it is
thought, to tho wars between the nati
tribes, hi J progress hos been impeded, and
consequently he has been unable to reach the
-The New York Journal ot Commerco say
Mr. Charles Easton, formerly a cotton broker
in this city, rei ired several years ago from
?business with an ample competence, and has
since been abroad. He returned a few months
ago in less than his usual robast health, and,
gradually failing since, departed this life on
Sunday last, in the sixty-fifth year of his age,
He was emint>ntly an honest, faithful man?
tras, ted and beloved by all who know bim.
-Frank Leslie's new illustrated newspapor,
the New * ? orld, proposes to introduce a new
fea tuft into Am encan journalism. It will give
a bill of faro adapted to each day of the week
throughout the season, with direction** tor its
preparations, &c. This is a Parisian idea
Baron Brisso, in Paris, a famous epicure, pub?
lishes every morning, in one of the daily pa?
pers, what he is going- to have for dinner, and
so famous bas his bill of fare become, so taste?
ful and appropriate to the season, that several
of the great restaurants regulate their dinners
by it, and hundreds of private families, instead
of giving particular directions to their ser?
vants, tell them to follow the Baron's direc?
-The use of steel, instead of iron, for the
rails of railroads, has not been productive o?
the saving which was at first expected. Tho
?surface ot the steel rail is indeed harder and
therefore wears better than iron; but steel has
not the tough, fibrous character of iron, and,
in frosty weather, it breaks with alarming
ease. Then, although the first cost of steel is
nearly double that of iron, old steel rails tell
for littlo or nothing, whilo old iron rails arc
worth half thc price ot now. Taking all theso
facts into account, it is found to bo cheaper
to lay down good iron rails than steel ones, ex?
cept in the vicinity of stations where there is
a, great deal of friction from tho frequent
breaking up ot traius, and but little rapid
movement. Experiments aro, however, being
made, ?iud with considerable success, to manu?
facture au iron rail with a steel top, so as to
combine the toughness and cheapness ot iron
with the hard-wearing surface of steel.
-Tho Reconstruction Committee bolds a
session every day. It was determined thc
other day tu bare printed tor distribution ni
of tho ovidencefl submitted, affecting in air?
way the interests of thc Southern people. A
proposition is pending before tho committee
to reject the votes ot seven counties in Missis?
sippi which gave 11,000 Democratic majority,
and by thc rejection of which thc constitution
could be declared adopted. A large number
of affidavits have been filed charging that the
election in theso seven counties was fraudu?
lent, but the reports of General Gillern and his
suborelinates show the election to have been
fairly conductcel in all respects. Statements,
affidavits and protests aie pouring in on tho
committee from Georgia Radicals, all protest?
ing against the proposed Congressional inter?
ference wilh the affairs of that State. Mr.
Farnesworth, a member of the committee, h: s
in course of preparation a b?l relieving from
political disabilities a large number of citizens,
in each of the States lately in rebellion. He
hopes to be able to report this bdl in a lew
days, and if successful, it may soon ba followed
by another of a still more general character.
-A Washington letter ol Wodnesday to the
Baltimore Gazette says: ''There was great in?
terest manifested - day by all parties in thc
Honso of Representatives to hear the Hon.
?l.hn B. Washbnrne, as it waB generally un?
derstood that he would speak by authority
from General Grant; and the fact that he read
from printed slips, pasted on sheets of foolscap,
gave currency to the tumor. Mr. Washbnrne
has never before been known to prepare a
speech in advance, and rarely uses notes when
addressing the House. The speech delivered
to-day ts said to have been submitted to and ap
proved by the President elect as an authority.
tive foreshadowing o? w i.v. Lie policy wonk
bo. Just prior to Mr. V. ash burne's rising t(
address tho House, Attorney-General Evarti
entered tho Representative Hall and hold i
short conference with him, which, troui th*
bobbing ot' heads that followed seemed t<
be mutually satisfactory. Tho Republicai
members were very quickly gathered aronut
Mr. Washburnc's seat, whilo the Demo
crals sat in silent, but attentive isola
Hon on thc opposite side ot tho hall. The firs
proposition co.nniencel was thnt "a new de
parturc had to bo taken' by tho Radicals-tin
whole policy of the party had to bo changed
This announcement caused an extraordinary
opening of eyes and pricking up of cars
Schenck remarked to "bia colleague, Garfield
'that, indeed, soumis as if speaking by au
thority.' After depicting tho demoralizing ef
iects of a bloated paper currency, Mr. Wash
burne ventured his ee:ond proposition, viz
the plundering of the public tie ismy by rob
hers engaged in contracts and thc squandering
of thc public lands would have to cease
'Good!' exclaimed Mr. Brooks, of New York
and several other Democrats. Mr. Washburn!
continued, and with his voice at its highes
pitch, announced that 1 Representatives mus
understand that they aro but th'? servants o
the people they represent, and are not to legis
late for the benefit of themselves and the Ram
biers which crowd Washington.' This is, in
deed, plain talk, coming, as it does, from th?
President elect, who evidently intends tha
Congress shall understand, from the ven
jump, that it is bnt a co-ordinate branch of th?
government, and mus; keep within its propel
SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 9,18G9.
Tbe Upshot of thc mandamus.
We publish in full this morning the opin?
ion of the Supreme Court of this State, ae
pronounced by Justice Willard, in the case
of the State ex relalione Gilbert Pillsbury M.
the Acting Board of Aldermen of the City oi
Charleston, and also the opinion of Chief
Justice Moses, concurring in the general
result, but dissenting from some of the rea?
sons expressed in the opinion.
The complainants claimed that it was the
duty of the Acting Board of Aldermen to
declare thc election; that they had not de?
clared the election, and they ther "ire ap?
plied for a writ to compel them to declare
it. And they-further asked that, as the
examination already mado showed that the
claimants had been elected, the respond?
ents be com r illed to install them in their
offices. The respondents answered that they
bad declared the election illegal and void,
and that even if they had not the power so
to declare it, yet the election was void, and
the Supreme Court having the case before
it, could not do otherwise than declare the
illegality of the election.
The opinion of the court is, that it was
the duty of the Board of Aldermen to de?
clare the election, and that the announce?
ment of a judgment that the election was
Illegal and void was not such a declaration
is was intended by the Legislature, and
was, moreover, entirely beyond the power
granted to the Acting Board of Aldermen
ay the act regulating the election. The
sower conferred and duty imposed by that
ict were merely ministerial, and not judi
;ial. The Acting Board of Aldermen could
md should examine the returns and declare
ivho was elected according to those returns;
jut could not and should not decide whether
he election had been legal or illegal. The
;ourt was also of the opinion that the ques
ion of the illegality of the election was not
properly before it, and therefore could not
je determined. It was, therefore, bound
o grant the writ of mandamus lo compel the
.espondents to declare the election; but as
he grounds of the complainants' claim were
mt before the court, and they could, in
net, have no claim until after the election
vas declared, the mandamus could not be
txtended to compel the induction of the
claimants into office.
The effect of this decision will be to com
iel the Acting Board of Aldermen to de?
lara who was elected Mayor and Aldermen
f Charleston at the late election, as shown
>y the examination of the returns which
hey have made; but unless the Acting
?card of Aldermen voluntarily vacate their
laces, the persons declared elected will be
Ai to their remedies at law. In plaiu
Inglish, if Mr. Clark and (he present Al
ermen choose to opposo Mr. Pillsbury and
is Aldermen, the latter cannot get into
o wer without further resort to the courts,
,-hich may occasion months, or even years,
Jloncy ami Mii-.clc.
Thc millions of fertile acres which r:.w
io uncultivated, the mineral wealth of tho
louuuin rau?eJ, thc swamps und barrens
rith their m ;S3ive limber mid resinou;
rojd.-, thc phogphatio rocks au'l porcelain
lays, the mill-sites and 'he water-power,
rc ?ill powerless to attract immigration an'1
apit i!, unless the knowledge of them is
.idespread and general amongst tho peo
le whom we-invite to help us and help
acmselvcs in developing thc resources of
he South. It is very dillieuu to sow broad
ast the seed of information as to tho tem?
er of the people, the character of the soil,
tie nature of the climate, ?ind the prospects
f nicking money; it being evident that
rhat we ourselves may say of ourselves
viii be taken with at least a grain of sus?
picion. Wc are, therefore, compelled to
rust to foreign agencies to make known
vhat we want and what wc eau do, and wc
ire disposed to advise that tho fullest :n
brmatiou be given to either individuals or
lompanies, whs make it their business to
jreach the gospel of Southern progress and
We publish this morning the prospectus
)f the Southern Land and Settlement
\gency, of New York, which has for its
J bj tc t the introduction cf capital and im?
migrants into the South, and, collaterally,
:he diffusion of information in regard to
.he necessities, condition and disposition of
the Southern people. The prospectus con?
tains a number of questions to which an?
swers are requested; and we urge the land?
owners throughout the State to give the
matter their immediate attention. As we
inderstand it, there is no risk. There is
no fee unless work is done. There is a
prospect of gain and no danger of lose.
Mr. Bourne is well recommended by respon?
sible firms in the North, and is confident
that he can so repre?ent out case as to
cause foreign capital and foreign muscle to
pour in upon us, uutil we have obtained as
much as we require. These sanguine expec
talions may not be "ully realized, but every
acre Of land sold, and every dollar of money,
introduced into tuc State is an addition to
its productive power ced working capita:;
and this should induce the press ef tuc
State to give publicity to t ' scheme, and
the planter to supply the particulars which
WANTEO TO Ililli-', ?WE.VTTHVK
able-bodied HANDS to go iu tbc country,
about twelve miles from thc eily. Good wages
promptly paid. Apply in BASEMENT OF STATE
BANK, corner of Bread and fast Bay. January 9
WANTED, A IA)AN OF 85U0U OK
SG000 lor one or two years, on some of tho
be3t located proportv in the city. Apply through
FostofQce, stating name of applicant, terms af loan
and placa of interview, to N. Y.
WANT EX?, BY A YO ON ti WAN OF
steady h .bits and industry, a situation as
CLL'RK, or to assist in any kind of work; bas no
particular business; is quite used to the pen, and
willing to make bin;seit generally useful; can be en?
gaged only from half-past Four o'clock tn the after?
noon until Twelve at nicht. For particulars, address
XXX, Charleston Postoffice. January 6
WANTED, A LADY TO TEACH THE
usual English branches, French, and Music
on (he Piano, in a family residing in the middle sec?
tion of ibo Stale, lu a very healthy locality. One
having some experience in teaching preferred. Ap
ply at THIS OEFIC?._January 1
IA FORMATION WANTED.- ANT IS
FOH MATRON given ol STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached the city on Wednesday loot, will be thank?
fully recived by his wife, MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church and Chalmers-streets.
WA A TKO, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZLSES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at pubbsber's rates.
CHA BLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_No. ICI King-street.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. ICI KING-STREET.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for the press, employment on
one or more Literary Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES, POETRY, Atc. Address
Miss K. E. W., PosUfflce, Charleston, S. C.
AGENTS "WASTED.-S75 TO $200 PER.
month, or a commission (rom which twice
that amount eau be made by felling tho latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY .DEWING MA
CHIN F ; price $18. For circulars and terms, ad dre
C. BOWEiS & CO., No. 320 South Tbird-strect,
Pbila iclphia, Pa. 3mo December 5
TO KENT. A PLANTATION IX CHK1ST
CHURCH PARISH, three miles from the Town
01 Mount Pleasant, containing lands suitable for the
cullivat.cn of sea island colton and rice.
For particulars apply to
J. R. TH.1MLINSON,
Januarys 2* Mount Pleasant.
TO RENT, THREE ?MALL HOUSES,
in Chestnut-street (Gadsden's Green), tn per?
fect order and rent moderate. Apply at HARRI?
SON'S Wood Yard, No. 5 Chestnut-street.
January 9 2*
EICK PLANTATION TO KENT.-THE
undersigned will re?oive until the 18th instant
sealed proposals to rent, for one or more years, all
that PLANTATION called the "Hasan," In tho Par?
ish of St. Thomas and St Dennis, on the eastern
brauch of the T of Cooper River, containing ono
thousand lour hundred and eighteen acres, a large
por ion of which U under cultivation. Tho whole
forming one of the most desirable rico plantations
in the State.
Proposals must be under seal, and endorsed "Pro?
posal to Lent Hagan Plantation."
Any information dei ired will be furnished by tho
undersigned. LOUIS McLAIN,
Assignee of B. H. Read.
January 9 stuthiml
TO RENT, ROOMS AT NOS. 40 A V D
6t Broad-street; also, two Rooms lu a private
residence. Apply to fl. DEAS, Jr., Attorney at Liw,
No. 17 Broad-street. tus Docembor 15
TO KENT, HALF OR A PART OF A
FINE RESIDENCE, in a most desirable loca?
tion, and on the line of the City Railroad. For par
tico ara, apply at THIS Ol-FICE.
January 6 tnths tl
TO LEASE, A F1RST-CL\SS SEA IS?
LAND Cotton end Provision PLANTA HON,
known aa Fenwick'a Island, on the Aehopoo River,
near the ooeau, 2C8 acres cleared, new dwelling,
negro houses and other buildings, for planting.
Steamboat landing on the p:ace; no fences required,
and healthy all the year. For terms, apply to
J. FRASER MA I HEWE?,
January 2 stulhsS No. 66 Broad-street.
TO R a ti T, A KARN, SITUATE ON
Cooper Uiver, right miles from the eily, con?
taining 104 acres, between 65 and |70 acres open and
planted in 18C8. On it is a comfortable dwelling,
barn, stable and negro houses. Apply at THIS Or -
FICE. s tuth January 2
HOUSE TO RK.MT IK KING-STREET,
No. Til, west side, between shephard aud
Lise. Apply at No. 29 MARKE f-STRbET, south
(?ide. th*2* January 7
AVERY PLEASANT SUITE OF APART?
MENTS to rent, with piazza and private stair?
case attached. The rooir.? can be rented separately
if desired. Apply at No. 50 KING-S'l BEET, a few
doo: s below Tnidd. luths November 17
TU RENT. THAT Tl 1 II I- K STORY
BRICK HOUSE known as No 58 Tradd-street,
near Meeting-street, containing eigbt .-nuw-> rcouis,
garret, pantry, dressing room, with g.;s throughout,
stable, carnage honan, fino cistern, kc For terms,
apply to WM. Ii. DAWSON. Real. state Anent, No GJ
Broad-stieet. 2 Januarys
Gi ROCEKY STORK TO ?EXT.-THAT
T Ano Old Stand, corner of Biog and Clifford
streets, is now vacant. Terms mutier te. Apply to
C E. AUKENS i: CO.
January '/ 12
TO KENT, A Si'CKtYY FURNISHED
SLEEP!I 11 ll v M, ir. 11 lng 0:1 Ki: g-sircet,
suitable lor two H*ngiogeut?o:ufcu, or ^ent'- '..un : nd
wife Term moderate pply ct Nu. BIKING
Si HUM', opj u.-iie Libcrty-sticci.
January 7 3*
rp'J KENT. A : : 'M.'! UOCDOUDElt.
? Apply St THIS OFFICE October 28
j lisvs ocsat'd themselves .?? Copartners ia ?
U?lcc ?or .h; |ircseut, No. 'J I IUlO\D- TREET.
Ill N1?? Jv LBS? NE.
,Ta:..i:try7 CD RICHARDSON MILES.
"VTOT(CE.-I HATE THIS DAY Asso?
it CI'TKD with nie in tho HANKING. 'X
CHANUK ANO Blt' KEii.Vil? lUMN->-, Mr. lil.
WAl.'D M. MOllELANl . oft' is city, under the firm,
name and style nf L. QAMBRiLi. x <."0.
Tho power of Attorney from me :o E. iL .lore
land is, consequently, revoked. L. GAMUltluL.
Charleston, S>. C., January 1.1SC9.
J .nu try 1 lino
LAW N OT I C E.-MelUILLAN Efl.,
Itq.. is this day ti dui i ?lcd a parle er in otu*
CAMPBELL k SEABROOK. Luwvore,
No. 60 Bio.td-3,reet.
JAMES li. CA MP BH'LL.
HENRY SIM BROOK.
MCMILLAN KI SO. January 1
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied for immcdutely
(1) One 12-borso Portable ENGINE
(1) One 4-horse Por-abla Engine
CAMERON. BAHKLKY& CO ,
Northeast corner :d oe ing and Cumberland-streets.
January 1 12
FRI'IT F A KM FOR SALE, NEAR
AIKEN, S. C.-THREE H?NDRFD ACRES.
ibe farm has nearly five thousand tru<t tree-, con?
sisting of Pe ch, Apple, Cherry, Plum, Pomegranate,
Fig, Pear. &o. Also, a varley ci small <ruita, ns,
i-'uspbemcH. Mrawbcrri<=s, iraportca Blackberries.
kc, all cf the chou-est kinds. Also, about twenty
five acres ol' the choicest Grapes of various kiuds.
One hundred norcs ol th? land ls cleared, and cood
farming land; tho balance is wo jd lau>(. For fur?
ther particulars apply to JAMES W. MAI'.
Northwest side of Courthouse,
December 17 Imo Charleston, 3. C.
BOARD, WITH PLEASANT ROOMS,
can be bad on application at No. 54 h AS KL ?
STREE I'. 6* January 8
OFUCE OF UDOLPHO WOLFf,
Sole Impoi ter of the Schieilam A romatic Schnapps,
No S'-i Bcavcr-strect.
KEW YORK, November 3. 18G8.
To the People of t?e Southern States t .
WHEN THE PUKE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely knov>n as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was in reduced into tlio world under
the endorsement of four thousand leadin;: uicmbers
ol Ihc medical profession some I wen ty years ago, Its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to Invest ll
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to J ender all attcmpfs to pirate it diffi?
cult aud d;ngerou9. It was submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them thc purest spirit ever manufactured. Its pari?
ty and properties having bren thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to tcu thousand
physicians, including all tho leadiug practitioners in
the United Slates, for purposes ot experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation and a
report of the result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of thc most cminout medical men in
the Union promptly responded. The r opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they Faid, had long been wanted by
thc profession, as no reliance could be placed on tho
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which wore
more or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
etrciRth of thc oi of juniper, which formed one of
tho principal ingredients of tho Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic ele?
ment, give it. in thc estimation of thc faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed ?Uh each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions ngainst fraud were also
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, thc
label waa copyrighted, a Jae simile of the proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
cover, his name and that of thc preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and thc corks were sealed with
bis private seal. No article bad ever been sold in
this country under the name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and tho label was deposited, os
his trade mark, in thc United States District Court
for the Southern District of New York duriuR that
It might be supposed by persons unacquainted
with the d iring character of the pirates who prey
upon thc reputation ot honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that tho pro?
tections BO carefully thrown around those Schnapps
would have precluded tho introductions and sale of
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to bavo
stimulated the rapacity of impostors. The trade
mark of th: proprietor bas been stolen; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from tho medical profession bas been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; hts labels and
bottles have been imitated, bis advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worse than all,
dishonorable retailers, after disposing of thc genuine
contents of bis bottles, have filled them up with
common gin, tho most deleterious of all liquors, and
thus made his name and brmd a cover for poison.
Tho public, tho medical profession and the sick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, oro equally intereste ) with the
proprietor in the detection and suppression of these
nola rio us pi ac tices. The genuino article, manufac?
tured at the establishment of the undersigned in
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled lrom a barley of Ihe
finest quality, and flavored with an essential extract
of tho berry of tho Italian ja:ilpc-, of unequalled pu?
rity. By a process unknown in the preparation of
any other liquor, it ls treed from every acrimonious
and corrodive olemcnt.
Complaints havo boen received from the loading
physicians and families in thc Southern States of
the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps ba those markets; and travellers,
who are in the habit of using it as an antidote to the
baneful influence of unwholesome river water, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed off upon tho unwary. The
agents of tho undersigned have been requested to
institute inquiries on Um subject, and to forward to
him the names of such parties as they may ascer?
tain to be engaged in the atrocious system of decep?
tion. In conclusion, the undersigned would say that
ho has produced, from under tho hands of the most
distiugulehea men of science In America, proofs un
answerable of the purity and medicinal excel?
lence of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
he has expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
ho dealgncdshould protect the public and himself
against fraudulent imitations; that he has shown it
to bo tho only liquor in the world that can be uni?
formly depended upon a? unadulterated; that hr bas
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all its forms; and from every ordos]
the preparation whit h bears his name, teal and trade
mark, has como o fl' triumphant. He, therefore, feels
it a duty be owes to his iollow-citiz"ns generally, to
bc medical prolession and tho sick, to denounce
and expose tho charlatans' who counterfeit these evi?
dencies of identity, and bo calls upon thc press and
thc i ublic to old him in his efforts to remedy so great
Tho following letters and certificates from tho
leading phyiician? and che ni ist* of this city will
prove to thc reader that all goods sold by the under?
signs! are all lhat they are rcpro ented to be.
I loci bound to nay, that I regard your Schnapps
as being in every respect prc-L-minently pure, and
deacrvlugol medical patronage. At all events, it is
thu purest possible article of Holland Gin. ktreto
luru unobtainable, uud as such may bc safely i>rc
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. uorr, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
CiiJ-iXK-sTREtT, NEW YORK, I
November 2L 1SC7. J
Ql?>LraO WOLFE, Esq., 1 'rr.unit:
Pear Sir-lhavo rniatle a chemical examination of
r. simple ol your Schiedam M'bnapps, wills the in
icul of determining ll any for igu or injurions ?iib.
stance had been added to tb* simple distilled spirits.
Thc cxaniiuatiou has resulted in the conclusion
that the ?ampio contained uo poisonous or harmful
admix turo, f have icu unable to discover any
trace oi the deleterious substance* wich sro cm
l>!oved in tho adulteration of Uquors. I would not
Levitate to usc myself or tj recommend toothers,
lot medicinal purpos***, Ibo Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent an t unobjectionable variety tl gin.
Vary respcctlnlly yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chem::-!.
NEW Yum;, No. Oil CEB .Ul-STREET. |
Novcin?er -io, ibu? j
rjnot.i'UO WOLFE, Esq., Fr?tait :
Ifiwr sir-', have submitted to chem teal analvets
two bolita ol ''-HSiiledaui Schnapps'," which 1 took
liuiu u ne -h package lu yoarbon-icd warehouse, nud
Aud. a> before, that Ihe spirituous liquor is tree
irotu injurious lugrcdionti .r falsification; that it
bas ihe maru* ot Ix mg aged and not recently pre?
pared Dy mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
Respecuully, FRED. F. ilAYFR,
NEW YORE, lucsduy, Muy 1.
UnoLrno WOLFE. ESQ.:
Onar Sir-Tue want of pure Wines aud Liquors
for medicinal purpose* liu^ been long felt by the pro?
fession, and thous iuds of lives have beeu sacrificed
by the use ol adulteiuted arti rles. Delirium tremens,
and uth-i diseases o. the brain und Di rvos, so rife
iu this country, are very raro in Eurolie, owing, iu u
groat decree, to the diff?rence n the puiityof the
spit its sold.
Wc have lestcd thc scvoral articles imported and
sold by you. inciUdisg your Gin. which you sell un?
der the natue of Aromatic schied am Schnapps, which
wo consider justly entit lod to the high reputation it
has acquired iu ibis country; and from your long ex?
perience as a foreign importer, your bottler) Wiues
and Liquors should meei w.th the same deiaaud.
Wo would rocommend you to appoint some of the
respectable apothecaries in diil'orent parts of Ihr- city
as incuts for the salo of your Bran.lies and Wines,
where the profession eau obtain the .-ame when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise,
We remain, your obedient servants,
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surgery,
University Medical College, Now York.
J. M. CARNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
surgery, Surgeou-in- Chief to the State Hospital,
?c., No. 14 tatt Sixtocnth-strcoL
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. h., No. 705Broadway.
H. P. DE WEES M. D-. No. 791 broadway.
J03EPH WOIWTER, M- D.. No. Itt Ni.ith-strcei.
NELSON STEELE, M. D., No. 37 Bleeker-street.
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230Fourth street.
B. L RAPHAEL, M. D.. Professor ot the Principles
and Practico ot surgery, Now York Medical Col?
lege, Ac, No. 91 Ninth-street, and others.
The proprietor also offers for sole.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for mo
dich?al use. Each bottle bas his cortincate of its pu?
rity, t DOLF ?AU WOLFE.
Novemberll . 3 mos
rj\ ll E A T R E .
JOHN V. GILBERT. Manager.
CoaUr.ued success of thc celebrated Artists,
ME. AND MES. HARRY WATKINS,
Saturday -Evening, January 9, 1SG8.
Will tc rrprodu-cil Ihcg-catcjt s:nsatioj oMbo
9" O V L PLAY.
_fte* trott Jmtib.
FOUND, A WATCH-TH I? OWitiER
may recover the same by paying expenses.
Cati at soda Water Manufactory, Ring-street, oppo?
site Cannon-C. L. KORN?HREN?'.
January' 9 tm2*
NOTICE.-I HAVE IS MY POSSES
t-ION, at Gecrgea' Station. South Carolina
Railroad, a largo dark bay MARU MULE, with a
small white spot between the ears; levied upon as
the property of T. W. Clark, at the instance of Henry
Said Mn'.o, I have reason to bebeve, bas been sto?
len by said Roberts. The owner, by prov!'.g prop?
erty and paying expinses, caa recover the same;
otherwise, thc Mule will be sold under the execution
on the 16th January, at twelve o'clock M.
G. P. JACOBY,
Magistrate of Colleton County,
January 8 3
COMMISSIONERS OF MARKETS.
MARKET HALL, January 9, 1869.-The Com?
missioners of Markets will elect on WEDNESDAY, the
20th, thc following officers for the curre. t Muciclpal
Chief Clerk sf Markets.
Assistant Clerk of Markets.
Assistant Clerk of Markets (or Upper Wards Mar?
Clerk of Weigbts and Measures.
Clerk of Mark t-atreet calca.
Clerk of Calboun-atroct Scales.
Applications will be handed in to the undersigned
on or before the 20th instant.
January 9 Chief Clerk.
BOARD OF FIRICMASTEKS.-THU
Board will at their nert meeting, 20th instant,
elect a Cletk of tho Board and Superintendent of
Engines, and a Tump Contractor. Applicants will
hond in their letters on or before that time.
By or 1er of the Board.
B. M. STROBE!,;
January 9 10 Ge-S und Superintendent.
CH A ll LINTON ALMS HOUSE .-AN
election for Master and Matron; also ior
Book and Doorkeeper or this Institution will take
place on Wednesday, the 20th January, 1869. Appli?
cants are requested to band in their letters to the
Master of the Alms House on or before that day.
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE.-ES.
TIMATE* for furnishing the above named in?
stitution with Bread, Beef, Pork and Yeal, until the
3lst December next, will be considered by the
Board of Commissioners on Thursday, the Hth in?
Sealed es imates must bo left with thc Steward at
the institution prior to that date.
January 7 7
OFFICE CITY TREASURY-FOURTH
JANUARY, 1869.-CITY PADGEE-LICENSES
prep ired under Ordinance of 1869, for all Public Ve?
hicles, viz: Carte, Drays, Wagons, Trucks sad Backs;
also, for Bread Carts, Omni"uses and Exposs Wag?
ons, will be issued from UUs office, and must be
taken i ut during the present month.
Jaunory S City Troaaurer.
CITYTREASURY, 4tb, JAIMUARY.18G9.
Coupons on Eire Loan Hoads, payable in tho
City of New York on 1st of January, wdl bo paid on
present .tion at this offlc J. S. THOMAS,
January C City Treasurer.
QITY TAXAIS-.UO_\ lILLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
Cn; HALL, January 1,18C9. j
Notice is borcby given to all concerned, (hat the
monthly Returns for the mont h af December past, ia
compliance with tho Tax UrcUnanc.\ ratified on the
2mb ef January, 1868, and amended on the 29th of
September, 1868, must be modo on or before the
TAXES OS THE FOLLOWTSO ABE FATADLE MONTHLY.
On all sales of Goods, Waren and Merchandise, in?
cluding Rico, Lumber, Hay, Grain and Naval Stores.
On ail sales of Cotton.
On all Freight and Passenger Lists ot nil steamers
and sailing vessels paid or payable in this city.
On all sales by Bakers, Butchers and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts of all Street Railroads.
On all groes receipts of oU Express Companies.
OB all sales at Auction.
On all Carriages and Buggies.
On all income derived irom the pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occupation or employment
On the gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, Bankers, Brewers, ari I others.
On all premiums received for or by any Insurance
Corni any, or by agencies for individuals or compa?
On all gre BS receipts of all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule used or k?pt within the
city, excepting heises or mules used in any publie
licensed carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle.
On all Retail Dealers ba all ?rdeles whatsoever.
On al Barber Shops.
On all gross re ceipla of Hotela and Public Eating
and Boarding Houses.
On all icoHpts of Livery Stable Keepera.
On the gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On Ibo gross receipts cf all Printing Offices, News
pap, rs and PubUsbing Houses.
On all Goods sold in tho city by persons not resi?
dent, by sauiplo or otherwise.
On ail soles of Horses and Mules brought to the
On sales ol Stocks. Bonds, and other aecuritios.
On the gross leceipts of.Magnotic Telegraph Com?
On tho gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All defaulters will be dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HUGHES,
January 1 15 City Assossor.
Q_ R E A T ATTRACTION
QUfNEY'S & co:s PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE AST GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBITION THE LARGEST AND
Anett Collection of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
leen in Charleston. They arc perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art, both ancient and modern.
Among thc collection may bo found SALVA'I Ol!
RuSA'S HMD OF CHRIST, Correy's Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's Tide Ooin< Out, A. Delacroix's Tide.
Coining lu, Turner's Venice, Jackson's Euglisu
Scenery, Ruwbot tom's English Scenery, Rimer's
Mu^lihli aud Irish Scenery, Views on the llliiuc, The
Jiiogfinud, The Wetter-burn, Mutine Views, auJ
Ibo public re respectful 5j invited tocal! and e-ee
Ih?sc beautiful Works ot Art. They arc oflcrod-ior
sale al New Y rk prices.
Great reduction in tue prue POROl LA IN PIC
XURES. Recent improvements in producing these
pictures enable us to now offer the ut ucarty otic
half tho form? prices, and lar supo. ur. Cull and
OLE CARTES DE VISILE AND OTHER
L'LAIX PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSD'It
Especial attention piveu to .-bildren. Also to c>ipy
mu old DaguetreotjpeaanuoUicrpictures. Sailsluc
lion in all cases iruaranteod, and at prices lo corres?
pond with i he times.
ST E K E< ? S COP 1C PICTURES
OTHER PHOrOURAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At Reduced Prices.
A fine collection or
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CAROLINA AND TEE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
Theec arc. thc first and only Photographs ever taken
in that locality.
Q, U I N D Y & CO.,
No. 2G1 KING-STREET,
CHAELESrON, S. C.
November 12 3mos
. ll . H O F P O C K,
Charleston, & C.
P. GADSDEK HASSEL. (?mos September 21
HOME LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIA?
THE f-IXTY-THIRU INSTALMENT WILL BE
received during the day ot No. 1 South Atlan?
tic Wharf, and during the evening at Masonic Hall.
Sale of money at Seven o'clock, THU EVENING, ot
Masor-ic Hall. F. U. LfACKEB,
January 9 1 Treasurer.
ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVER?
TO THEISIU FLUES OF CHARLESTON:-Y OU
are requested to attend a mcetiog cf thia Broth?
erhood IO-MOSBOW. at Ten o'clock, A M., at tbo
Hall ot the Bebrew O.phan Society, Broad-street A
full attendance is earnestly rc quo -ted.
by order ol the President, pro tem.
January 9 3 Secretary, pro tem.
THE FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH
OF CB ARLESTON.
rTYBE ANNUAL MEETING OF TBE COBPOKA
JL TION wdlb3 held to thc Church, on MONEAY
AFTEBNOON next, 11th instant, ot Five o'clock.
Jan.tni y 8 3 Secretary.
Laud and Settlement i gene j.
BRITISH AND NORTHERN SETTLERS IN
NEW OBLEANS, December 28,1868.
IT IS BELIBVEDS FROM VARIOUS REASONS
of undoubted loree, that a largs incoming of British
and.Northcrn people, possessing the right qualifica?
tions, into tho Southern and Southwestern States of
the Union, would be of inestimable value in a com?
mercial, social and moral point of view. CO&OCEB
CIALLT, and in the light of political economy, the
introduction of a large immigration of stalwart,
thriity and enterprising men and women of the peo?
ple of tho North and of Great Britain, and other Eu?
ropean nationa, cannot be overestimated. Not only
the labor and skill introduced, but the capital con?
tributed to the up-building of the South would great?
ly hasten the development ot the magnificent re?
sources.- SOCIALLY-Tho Introduction of a popula?
tion homogeneous to that already in the South,
most of whom may not have been personally con
corned in the late war, or, if so, whose term of war?
fare expired at the close of the war, will bs welcomed
at the South and encouraged by the North.
In no way eau ?be alienations and differences
which havo been manifested be more speed?y com?
posed and healed than by the immigration of a
large number of liberal Northern man and of British
i armers, merchants, plantera, millars, cotton spin?
ners, tradesmen, "miners and laborers, most of
whom being freo from active participation in the
anim OM ties of the great contest will occupy a neutral
position, and bo a pc i rt of union in fact, lo kar?
men'zo all shades of opinion and politisa. As North?
ern men who may come, bringing with them capital
or labor, will attend to bus in et s rather than politic?, |
and as the British and other emigrants could not at?
tend to politics for five years at least, the material in?
terests of society would receive their chief attention
and double the wealth ol the country very soon. Iho
Introduction of large numbera of young men and
women of the British and Anglo-american lacea
would be of ?inmenso importance li continuing the
STATUS of Ibe people of the South, and the various
alliances that would be formed would go far towards
rendering tho British and Americans ono people
Th-re are ti onsands of mJn and women at tbo
North and ols> in Groat Britain tot illy igocrintof |
tho tree ?tate of things at the South It is part of the
objeit of this cc nipan y to publish widely among
the capitalists of Great Britain and the North, and
diffuse intelligent concerning tho soil, climate,
produclions, capacities, letti itv and healthfulness
of Ibo South, se that at io st a duo share of the im?
migration may come to tho inviting fields of the
MORALLY-Thc addition of largo number?, c-pc- j
dally or Engii-h speaking people, to the l outh, of |
which the largest proportion will-be reiigiouilr
trained, mora], law-abiding and industrious people,
will have an immense effect for good npon the en?
tire region whee they may se lt'e. Churches,
Schools, Academies, Colleges, the arts and sciences
will all largely share in the impulse which such an
immigration would give to the regions where it
n 'ght bo d'rected. The cause ot International peace-1
would bo groatly subserved by thi* method of re
habita ting tho Southern States.
Tc conform these views, I visited England recent?
ly, and have ample knowledge that many capitalists, as
well as actual settlers, would turn their attention to the
South, and there are large numbers of intelligent and
enterprising British and Northerners who would flock
to the South, if they know of its mantfo'd advantages,
its superb climate and boundless resources. To pro?
mote thia result, and to bc the moanna to bring toge th
er tho cap! tal and labor of the North and Great Britain
and the landed and other proprietors of tho South, I
have formed a Southern Land and Settlement Agen?
cy, prepared to act in Greit Britain and the North, aa
well as ot the South, a prospectus of which can be
had on application to the undesigned.
TH h OD ORE BOURNE, Actuary,
No. 46 PINE-SI REE r,
January 9_1_New York.
.jyjr-EETING-STREKT FOCH DRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizca
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL;, SL'G.VR BOILER;
AND PANS, ol oil sizos
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C to
IC feet tu diameter
IMPROVED REVER COTTON PRESSES tor Hand
power, Saw and Rice Milta
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
maile lo order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, rfc, die,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MA C II I NISI A ND F 0 UNI) ER
No. 31i MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
.August 3 lnwd
D v A H c s
f," OTTO N
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
HO LU COTTON IN ENGLAND,
Whero 8TORAGE. IN*SUR ' NCE. and other expenses
for baining ave LESS than m the United States, wo
Will ad rance
TEN CENTS PER POUND
Shipped to our friends ia Liv-rpool, charging the Eng
ll?h commercial rate of intorcst, wnioh at present is
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold as long as desired.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO,,
November 13_2 mos
^yiLLIS 6i CHISOLU1,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RIOS, LUMBER AND NAVAL 8?0RE8
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
S.WILLIS.A. E. CHISOLM.
(??octxits and ?lisaUnms.
COUNTRY B4C0N,:&c. ?#
ALOT OF PRIME COUNTRY BACON. fiON
SISIING OF HAMS, Shoulders and tides,
1000 pounds Dried Apples. Just received and for
sale low, at the
CO-OPERATIVE GBOCEBY STOEE,
Southwest comer Meeting and Market streps.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED CO'F
AFBESH SUPPLY JUST EECETVED AND FOB
s de by GEO, Vi. WILLIAMS k CO.,
IAA BDLS- DYJEEMANS
J.UU 100 bola. Goodrich
100 bbls. ChllUens
100 bbls. Western Beda
100 bbls. Pink Eyes.
In store, and for sale by
January C_6_No. 102 East Bay.
OOD SUGAR-CURED BAMS (BAGGED) WAR
VT RANTED sound, at 16 cents per pound
Choice Florida Syrup
New Orleans Sugar
Blackberry Wine, a fine article; highly recommend?
ed for medicinal puiposes
Palmetto Hop Yeast Cakes, fresh from the manufac?
tory, and for which we are sole agente.
A supply of the above can be fouad at the
CO-OPERATIVE GBOCEBY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered iree. January 1
ORANGES ! SWEET ORANGES !
IK AAA. ?INE' SOUND AND SWEET
?O.UI/U ORANGE8, In capital order, and
just received by schooner Sophia, from Nassau, N".
P. For sale at $2 SO per hu aired, at
Mrs. C. D. Kt?NRICK'S,
South side, and near Meetlng-streoL
Plantains 25 cents per dozen; Oranges 30* and 40
cents per dozen; Green Peas, fer planting, IA per
bushel. . ,*
WHARTON & MOFFETT,
M 0 F FE TT & WHARTON
NO. 22 EAST BAY'SIBEET. .
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING B 7 EVERY STEAM?
ER, APPLES and POTATOES, and offer for
salt the following varieties of Eating and (Seed
Goodrich Seedling-PINE EYE
Western Bed-Duck Eye
Chili Bed-Davis seedling
Peach Blow-Early Dose.
Parties ordering for seed should do so at once, be?
fore the rivers and canals arc frozen np.
T. J. WHARTON,
No. 115 West-street, New York.
JAM Eb A. MOFFETT,
No. 22 East Bay s tree t, Charleston.
December 39_ too
NORTHERN AND WALHALLA
WALHALLA APPLE9 AT FOUR DOLLARS PER
. Baldwins? and $6 59
Sfll Flowers $6
MOFFE1T k WHARTON,
No. 22 Eist Bay, corner Vanderherst's Wharf.
December 30 _ 10
POTATOES, APPLES, .
ORANGES AND- LEMONS.
WE ARE RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAMER
from New York and clorida, POTATOES,
APPLES, ORANGES and LEMONS, which wo offer
low. MOFEE lT k WHARTON,
No. 22 East Bay, j
Corner of Vandeihoist's Wharf*
December 8 tuthalmo
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
FIVE HUNDRED BARRELS.
OA A BB LS. WESTERN BED POTATOES
UU 100 bbls. Chili Bed Potatoes
100 bbls. Garnett Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On.board the schooners A. E. Glover and Jonas
fr ml th. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
December 29 No. 167 East Bay.
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS !
WE HAVE ALWAYS ON H IND A LARGE SUP?
PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Bananas, Pineapples, Plantains, Cocoanut?, Lemons,
Raisins, Fitts, Dates and Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts of ali kinds.
BART k WIBTH,
NOB. 65 and 67 Market-street.
November 28 2mo*
CHOICE COTTON SEED.
THE SUBSCRIBER, DAVID DICKSON, OF SPAR?
TA, takes this method of.informing the cot?
ton plantera of the South that he has made every
arrangement for the aale and shipment of the DICK?
SON SELECT COTTON SEED. Be ls in no way
connected with David Dickson, of Oxford. Georgia,
and baa carefully selected this seed himself. The'
aced which has been twice selected, ia offered at $2
per bushel. The same seel which has been care?
fully selected for the last three years, is offered at
95 per bushel or five buebeln for $20, deUvered at
the de ol. In order to insure a tafe delivery the
folio wins directions ?ho o ld-be complied with: Write
the name and po s tom ce plainly; nani the mosey by
mall, taking a certificate from tko Postmaster, and
if the money is lost the seed will bo cent on the re?
ceipt of Oae certificate. To ? prevent frauds on plan?
ters, no agents are employed, and all letters must be
directed to DAVID DICKSON, "
Sparta, Hancock County, Georgia^
December 15 Imo
ATTENTION, TE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAR, rall at No. 80 MAB
KET-SI HKET. whero you will find now open for,
inspection ibe largest and most ce ect stock o? Ct jars
ever imported to this market, and which we offer at
a prie- that will satisfy all dem indi.
Wholesale and Retail, by
SAYAS & CARINAS,
January 1 ws No 80 Mark et-s tree'
CHECKS~0N NEW YORK,
IN CURRENCY OR GOLD.
LESESNE & WELLS,
No. 10 DHOAD-STKEET.
December ?-i Imo
- GREAT ATTRACTION
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL ^
DRY GOODS STORE;*
CORNER KINO AND CALHOUN STREE?S.
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES AND O?R
Customers in genera], ihat we have just re?
ceived (in addif'on to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FANCY GOURS', a new Bupply suitable for the
c ossians o CF:
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, Ac, at reduced
BREAKFAST SHAWLS, from 70c. np
130 dozen HOOP SK IB I'S, 60 to 60c
?iii dozen GENEVIEVE HOOP SKIRTS, an elegant
article, 80c. only
A new supply of CORSETS, 70c.
Ottenh-imcr's celebrated French CORSET, SI 00
A full and complete assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOSItR?,from T2)?up
A fine a-sortaient of Ladies' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin clo h and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs,
and s citable lor Christmas prose uta.
A let Of PHOTOGRAPHIC ALB HMS, at 750.
Ladita' Velvet and Morocco PORIMOJiAIES, very
A good selection of
BLANKETS, COMPORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, Ac.,
At the lowest figures.
We would also notify onr patrons that w* have ar
raused a separate department in our 8 to re exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TBUNKS, Ac.
jfcar ENTRANCE ON OALHO?N-STBEET.
FURCHGOTT dc BROS.,
No. 43T KING-STREET,
December 14 3me