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-Cotton closed in New York yesterday at
28$a29, with no buyers over 28|.
-Gold closed yesterday in New York firmer
-Io Liverpool cotton closed firm. Uplands
lliall*; Orleans Hall j. Sales 12,000 bales.
-The famine of eight years ago is expected
to reappear inindia.
-Gladstone says he can reduce public ex?
penditures in England $15,000.000.
-New Orleans forbids the erection of wooden
buildings within the city limits.
-A statne is to be erected ii Dublin to
Henry GrattaD, the great Liih orator.
-Mr. Pratt, tho now senator from Indiana,
weighs lour hundred pounds. He will be the
greatest man in the Senate.
-The New York Tribuno cleared $225,003
last year, the most profitable yoar of its exist?
ence. Tbo previous year it cleared $125,000.
-George Alfted Townsend has settled down
into spinning Washington letters for the Chi?
cago Tribune at $5000 a year.
-Mobile is considoring the propriety of
mounting its firemen on velocipedes so that
they may arrive early at fires.
-Ibo New York Herald] calls the proposed
inauguration balla "grand spasm of Washing?
ton vulgarity," and is glad that General Grant
has bad it "knocked in the head."
-Mr. John Brougham sold tho seats for tho
opening night athis new theatre in New York,
at auction, and gave all the premiums, $2000,
to the Dramatic Fund.
-A project is on foot to build a cotton fac?
tory in LaGi?ige, Geo., and oue of tbe solid
men of tho city has expressed a willingness to
take stuck to the amount of $10,000.
-An Australian horse recently ran ten miles
in twerty-tbreo minutes and thirty-fire sec?
onds, said to be thc laslest timo on record for
-Queen Victoria, it is expecled, will broak
thc silence sho bas maintained since tho der th
of Priijco Albort, by delivoriug the spetch
. from thc throne on the ieasscmbling of Parlia?
ment on February 16.
-A new perfumo ,yclept "Loyal balm of a
thousand, niegeia" is advertised in an ex?
change. Tho inventor claims that it wis man?
ufactured expressly for partios desiring tho re?
moval of Lucir political disabilities.
-The Leg slaturo of West Virginia is con?
sidering a bill classing all stomach bitters as
liquors, and exacting a ii' ase tax of ono hun?
dred dollars from all druggists aud dealers
offering them for ?ale.
-Tho Petersburg Times is informed that an
entire town in one of the southern counties iu
Virginia, together with several tboueahd acres
of land around it, has recently been purchased
by colon^tsfrom the West.
-General Lee's College in Virginia is to
have a school of agriculture, one of commerce,
one of applied chemistry and another of
?nechhnioal engineering, in addition to the pre?
viously existing schools of civil and mining
-Men ought to be faithful husbands in Cal?
ifornia if pecuniary interests have any influ?
ence upon their moral movement*.. In that
State if a man commits adultery, and bis wife
gets a divorce in consequence, all his real es?
tate becomes her property.
. -Henry Ward Beecher says that wbon be
was a student be frequently walked thirty
miles a day. On one occasion, to see a cor- '
tain family, he walked fifty miles. It is to be '
I j .-EU tn ed that be finally became a member of 1
that family. I
-The Supreme Court, al Washington, in a ]
recent patent suit, presented a series of (
frames, spring balances, tramways, trucks and (
railroad brakes filling the area of tho judicial
chamber, giving it much the appearance of
the office of the Commissioner of Patents. 1
The counsel argued by illustration, handling '
the brakes and running the truck with pro- i
fesdional dexterity. j
-While visitim; a tobacco warehouse in Bal- ,
timore on Thursday last, Grant and Farrasut ^
were weigaod, and it was fouad that Ibo for?
mer weighod oue hundred and nf ty-fivo pounds '
and the latter one hundred and fifty-one. Tho 1
Admiial consoled himself for bia inferiority ]
by accusing tho President elect of having i
"bummerized four pounds of tobacco to mako j
op bi3 weight." !
-The New York World says: "It is general- (
ly understood that Fort Lafayot. will not bo
rebuilt. It certainly should not be, for it has ^
long since been conceded that New York must
be defended at Sandy Hook; and that tbe forti- <
tications built on this side of ?li? entrance to t
the oate r bay can bo of little, if any, vse in de- (
fending th? city against a hostile fleer. At all
events there are enough gurs now in position
at tho Narrows to answer every possible pur?
pose, since ton>edoos and other obstructions,
sunk in tho channel betw93u that point and
Sandy Hook, would render it as impossible for 1
a Lostilo vessel to reach the city as it was for 1
ihe Federal iton-clatls to reach Charleston." ?
-New Orlcaus papers givo details of a hor- i
rible murder Ibero on Wednesday of last week.
Salvador Fernandez, a young crejle, it seems (
bad been the affianced lover of Mlle. Levoillc
previous to the war. flo went off with the '
Confederate troops, and served as a lieutenant 1
in one of tho Louisiana regiments. A report 1
was received in New Orleans that he was kill- i
od, and bis betrothed, after mouraiog for him i
awhile, bestowed her hand in marriage on Mr.
Lewis Martin, a merchant. Fernandez turned ,
up again after the war, much to the horror of
the Martin?, and since then has boen unceas- '
inR in his attentions to the lady. Last Wed- 1
needay, Martin pat an end to his infatuation 1
by shooting him. The affair creates much !
feeling among tho friends of the parties.
-Captain Brown, of the Japanese ram Stone- j
wall, emoloys the following language concern?
ing Japanese affairs in a private letter : "They
are tbe slowest peoplo to think and act m tho
world. The seat of war is only about a bun- '
dred miles from this, and any news ia regard 1
to fights ia always a month old whoa we got it. I
Their religion requires them to lie, even when ;
the truth would better answer their purpose, ,
and I really don't behevo that any of tho minis?
ters who reside hero know anything moro of
what is going on outside of Yokohama than I
do, and I know nothing. No one over express?
es an opii ion, and it ia only a lunatic who
tvOL'd attempt to write an account of the prc
sent complicated state of affairs, or he certain?
ly would become deranged before he finished
-Thc National Executive Committee, loca?
ted in Washington, appointed by tho lato Na?
tional Convention of Colored Men to receive
suggestions aud to act in behalf of the colored
men, has been organized by the appointment
of George D. Downing, President ; F. G. Bar
badoes, Secretary ; Collins Crisor, Treasurer.
Vacancies iu the 8tates not represented were
filled by the appointment of 0. J. Dunn
of Louisiana, G. 8. Ruby of Texas, George De
Baptiste of Michigan, J. B. Murray of Maine,
Lewis H. Douglas of Colorado Territory,
F. L. Cardozo of South Carobna, George B.
Vashon of New Mexico, R. J. Cowes cf Connec?
ticut, Moses Dickson of Missouri,-Farr of j
Minnesota, Philip A. Boll of California, and
John Mahoney of Indiana.
-A Boston correspondent writes that the
decease iu the number of children in Massa?
chusetts is a subject for our alarmists to pon?
der upon. Many towns in the State have been
settled over two hundred years, and their his?
tory includes from six to e'ght generations.
Tho records of many of these towns havo been
examined by a State official with respect to the
relative number of children in each generation,
and it appears that the families comprising the
first generation had, on an averago, botween
oight and ten children. Tho next three gen?
erations averaged between seven and eight to
each family; the fifth generation about five,
and the sixth less than three to each family.
These changes are as suggestive as they ate
startling. Now it is r?re to find married per?
sons having one, two or three children. This,
also, is tbe testimony of physicians who have
been extensively engaged in the practice of j
medicine from twenty to foi ty years in the
State. If it were not for foreign emigration
Massachusetts would run out soon.
THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1869.
Tbe Bill to Confirm and Declare Valid
thc Charleston Election.
We print this morning the bill introduced
by Mr. Corbin in the State Senate, and by
Mr. Tomlinson in the House of Representa?
tivos, "To confirm and declare valid the re?
cent election of Mayor and Aldermen of the
City of Charleston."
The bill, in its recital, treats the declara?
tion of the result of the ballolings as if it
were an unqualified declaration of a legal
and valid election, and as if Pillsbury and
his ?icket had been declared by a competent
tribunal to have been "duly elected."
So far from this declaration ever having
been made, the Board of Aldermen-in
whom the Legislature had previously vest?
ed tho decision of the election, without
appeal-expressly decided and declared
that Pillsbury and his Aldermen had not
been duly elected; and the board, in
miking what is falsely assumed in the
bill to be a declaration of the election, ex?
pressly qualified their declaration, and re?
stricted it to a declaration of the returns of |
the ballolings made by the managers, and
guarded their declaration of the ballolings
by the statement that the returns were
conteeted. Thc only declaration of tho
Board of Aldermen was made in obedience
to the writ of mandamus, which writ follow?
ed an application to the court on the part cf
Pillsbury and his Aldermen, in which was
set forth the declaration of the board that
there was no legal and valid election.
Tho; whole groundwork of the bill is,
therefore, a falsity and misrepresentation:
and the Legislature have the same right to
declare that John Smith and eighteen other
men, picked up at random in the streets of
CL^rleston, were legally elected Mayor and
Aldermen on November 10th last, that they
have to instal Mr. Pillsbury and his Board
The last section of the bill imposes a pen?
alty of fine or imprisonment upon the Act?
ing Mayor and Aldermen if they do not,
upon the passage of the act, surrender their
)ffices to the persons declared to have been
sleeted. But the act of 18GS, regulating
.he tenure of certain offices, requires all
Municipal officers appointed by the General
somnandiog the late Secoud Military Dis
.riet to continue in office until their duties
lave been devolved upon other officers duly
?lected and qualified " according to law.''
The Acting Board of Aldermen cannot ad?
mit that an act of tho Legislature will make
he election of Pillsbury and his ticket an
election "according to law," when they
snow, as the tribunal which tried the ques?
tion and declared the result, that (hero was
io election ncoording to law. Nor can the
present Council be made liable to any pen?
illy for obeying the law of 18C8, for the
Slate Constitution expressly declares that
io person "shall be punished but by virtue
)f a law already established, or promulgated j
mor to thc offence, and legally applied."
The bill is a foul usurpation of the rights
>f the people; au attempt to wrest from
hem the right to choose their own officers
iccording to the laws of the State.
The City Debt.
No measure has been proposed by the
?resent Municipal government of Charles
on which is to thoroughly unobjectionable
ind plainly advantages 3, ?s the ordinaucc
ntroJuced in Council on Tuesday night by j j
Alderman Olney, to authorize tho conver?
sion of city stock into ccupon bonds. The
proposition is briefly this : Holders of city
stuck are to have the option of exchanging i
their stock for coupon bonds bearing the i
same rate of interest; the coupons of the
new bonds are to be payable on presentation
in New York or in Charleston; the coupons
to be receivable in payment of all dues to
the city. This is the sum and substance of ]
the ordinance, and in view of its great im
portance to the city, we hope that it will
pass without a shadow of opposition.
At the present time, Charleston city stock
is unsaleable in New York or any other
Northern market, nor can it be used any?
where as collateral security, without an?
noyance and inconvenience. The purchase
?nd sal? of the stock is confined to Charles
ton. There is no competition, no induce?
ment to investors outside of thc State, and
the price is governed wholly by the loeal
supply and demand. When the proposal
ordinance becomes a law, there will be cn
immediate change for the better. The new
coupon bonds will be regularly quoted and
dealt in by the Northern stock brokers, and
persons who have money to invest will snap
up this new and cheap .security, which will
be as available as currency or United States
bonds, where it is desired to use it as the
basis of a loan. The price of the bonds
must rapidly advance, and if we can settle
our Municipal troubles and resume the pay?
ment of interest, Charleston six per cent,
coupon bonds should touch 60 in a few
months, paying, at that price, an interest
of over seven per cent, upon the money in?
vested. This enhanced price would make
the whole city debt worth in the market
$4,000,000, instead of the $3,000,000 for
which it would now sell.
This is a practical evidence of the neces?
sity of avoiding violent change in the com?
plexion of our Munioipal government. It
is another proof of the necessity of avoiding
any high-handed act whose foundation is
party feeling and not law or justice. We
do not hesitate to say that the present City
Council cannot legally be ejected from their
eeats except by the decision of a court
law, to whose decree they and we will bow.
The present Council is a Republican Coun?
cil, and the Mayer is a decided Republican.
Three of the present Aldermen are among
those who received the highest number of
vi .?s at the election which is eontested,
and these very men, Republicans all of |
them, join their colleagues in declaring that
the election was illegal.
We have no love for Republicanism, but
in this matter the interests of the honest
Democrat and the honest Republican are
one and the same. It is of importance to
every industrious man in the whole State
that the law should be allowed to take its
course, and the judiciary of the State be free
from legislative interference. And we may
well ask what security there will be for the
rights of an; citizen if ihe General Assem?
bly is to decide questions of liw and fact,
and become itself the jury and the judge in
every case which affects the favorites of anj
one of its members. We do not believe that
the Legislature will pass the bill to make
valid and legal what the tribunal provided
for by the Legislature has declared to be
invalid and illegal. And if the General
Assembly do pass the bill, wc trust to the
Governor of the State to kill it by his veto.
Death of Kx-tiovenior Picken?.
The sad intelligence roached tho city yester?
day that tho HOD. Francis W. Pit-kens is no
moro. He died on Monday Inst, at Edgewood,
his residence in EcigcficldCounty. For several
months past be had boen the victim of a severe
and lingering illness, and tho latal result bas
not been wholly unexpected.
In ox-Governor Pickcus, South Carolina has
lost a distinguished so.;, whoso career is insep?
arably linked with her own history. For thirty
years he has held a prominer t and honorable
place in State and F?deral politics, and almost
tho ouly period of bis manhood which was not
givoo to the public servie; was that which im?
mediately preceded his death. After serving
for awhile in tho Legislature, hu was elected,
in 1835, as one of tho representatives of thc
StaLo in Cona reas, which position ho held
continuously until 18-13. lu 1858 ho was
appointed by President Buchanan to thc post
of United States Munster at tho Court of
St. Petersburg, where bo rornaiucd until the
throatenin? aspect of tho relations between the
Soulh and thc Federal Government induced
him to relinquish thc Russian mission. On his
return in ISM bo was chosen Governor of bis
nativo State; and thus it was his fortune to
preside over hjr destinies at tho outbreak ot
that mighty but disastrous struggle in which
3I12 was foremost to strike a decisive blow. Of
tho dignity, discretion, manliness and nervo
with which Governor Pickcus bore himself in
that trying time, wc nsed not speak. Thc im?
partial historian who is hereafter to chronicle
tho stirring evouts of which our city was then
thctbeatro, will do tull justice to Ins memory.
After thc close of bis official term, and since
:iie end of tho war, Governor Pickcns hus boen
sngagod in planting, a pursuit in which bis
?act, experience and fine estates enabled him
,o attain great success. Of lato, on two or
,brco occasions only has ho been induced to
;ivo public expression of bis sentiments, when
us colins .'1 was of tho sensible, moderate and
nonly character which ever marked his politi
:al views. The State, whose honor and intor
ujtswero thc dearest objects ot bia life, will
leeply mourn lier loss, and jealously cherish
ru UK KT, TU A T CU"U CttOCKUY
STOUt at tho corner of Dou^hly am) Luca?
itreets. Kent low too good tcuant Apply ai No.
? MIDDLU-^T'iEE f. thatu Jai.uary 28
ru icBtvr, A suire OP PUUU LAUGH
ROOM?, tir3t il ?ur, arith piutr?/ and usc of ni
izza; house pleasa. tly Hi uit.-d, with g ?oj waler ou
hepro'iiiaea Rooms eau bo ?eu tc-J separably if dc
ired. For inform?t or. apply al No. 1'Jn M?h. I?SG
HBtBr. tbm a,unary -js
FUlt RKMT, AT PLAT R CK, KURTH
Carolina, a comm ul i ?us mrni-licd bEiI
DEN?:E. most conven ?cu ly si uitcd. For lorm*, ap
>iy to Ur.oit?li II. ll 'PPJOK. Accommodation
11U KKVr, A (/'UHF? KT ABL K TWO
. STORIED DWELLING in Drako-strte', No. 7,
J am patead, with laigu lot. Apply at Tills OFUCli.
Jauuary 21 Ktutiili
LUX? COTTON PLANTATION TO
lt EN 1.-To rent, ono of tho !iut>st SEA IS
jivD CO i'lt? Pi A STATION s in Christ Church
.'arish, toa ruilc<troui Mount Pleasant, on thc sea
?boro. Apply to J MCCABE, No. 3C Broad-slrc;!.
Jauuary IC siuth
rU K K N T, t WO CUM VU KT A BliE
BOOMS, in a private larai y. Aise, a coron.?
lious Brick stable with largo < ard attached. Apply
it No. 101 CAI.HOUN-VlltElu, be:ween Moetiug
iud Austm. eouih nth) 3* Jmuary 27
rU U1?\T, TW? FA HMS, UK Aliud'
30 acrr? each, i uated w thin thr?o miles of
he city. Land vo y Icenlo und suitable for the . ul
are of cot on, corn and vegetables. Price. Sixty
Doll rn per annum ?ach. Apply at FOGAR1IES
jfook Depositary, Kl?ig street.
Tl? lt KIT, THK TWO AND A ll ALK
storv KRD'K HOD-iK, northwest co. nor of
? a sd and Eaat Bay streets, cnutaimug f?ur square
'oom'', two attica, dressing-room, pantry, doubl pi?
zza , largo basement, uas through ho house, good
citoben of lour rooms, u>i iu go..d order, ipplt et
S'o. 104 M A li K E1' ->. VR ELT, between Meeting and
ling. January 22
rU KMT, UN E I-Y T<citMS. TO A
good tenant, thu PLANTATION no ?n os tho
.Hayes," sixteen miles lrom tue city by South Ca
-ohna I : ni hoad, same by main road; 100 ocre?
llcared swam", ISO acree cleared highland; tract
xmiaint 1700 a-re?.
?pply to WILLIS i CBISOLM.
TU lt IS NT. A PIA VU, IN GOODOKOKlt.
Apply at THIS OFFIC E October 28
NUT ICK.-I ll WK THIS DtY AS<V
CI'TED with mo in tho HANKING. IX
JHANGEAND BR KURAGI? BfJ-lNKft?, Mr. EL
iVAKD M. MoBR'ANl. of ti is city under the finn,
larne and stylo of r" GAMBUILI k CO.
The power of Attorney from me lo E M. More
auil is, consequently, r?;v?,l?od. r,. (JaMBlUUL.
Charleston, ti. C., January 1,1809,
J unary 1 Imo
LAW NOT i C ES .-Me OT I'LA N IiI\G,
Esq. is this day admr.ted a pariucr iu our
CAMPBELL & SEABROOK. Lawvers,
No. 50 Broad-street.
JAME' B. CAMPRKLL.
MCMILLAN KINO. January I
OFFICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE.
Sole Imp?t ter of Ike Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
No 23 Ifpavci-street.
NEW YortK, November 3. 1SG8.
To thc People of the Southern States :
WHEN THE F?RE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely knonn as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPSrwas in'roduced into tbe world under
the endorsement of four thousand leading members
of tbe medical protession some twenty years ago, its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape tho penalty attached to all new and uacfU]
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to Invest ii
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate it diffi?
cult and dangerous. It was submitted to distin?
guished che mists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properltos having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians. Including all the leading practitioners in
thc 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 the most eminent medical men in
thc Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the articlo were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had loni; been wanted by
thc profession, a" no reliance could be placed on thc
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
more or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar ex ellence and
strength of thu ol of juniper, wnich formed one of
thc principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic.ele?
ment, givo it, in the estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant as a diuretic, tome and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of tho guarantees of Its genuine.
ne?s. Other precautions against fraud wero Mao
adopted -, a patent was obtained fer the article, the
label was copyrighted, a Jae simile of tho proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
cover, hi j name aud that of the preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and the corko wero scaled with
bis private seal. No article had ever been sold in
this country under tho name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, In 1831 ; and thc label was deposited, as
bis trade mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of New York during that
It might be supposed by persons unarquainled
with the d iring character ol the pirates who prey
upon the reputation ot honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that thc pro?
tection* so carefully thrown around these Schnapps
would have precluded tho introductions and sale ol
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to have
stimula'ed tho rapacity of impostor-. The trade
mark ot th; propriotor bas been stolen; the indorse
mont which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from tho medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious linmbugs; his labels and
bottles have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, hi? circulars copied, and worse than oil,
dishonorable retailers, alter disposing of thc genuine
contents nf bi's bottles, have filled them up with
common gin, thc most deleterious of all liquors, and
thus made his name and br ind a cover for poison.
1 ho public, thc medical prolusion and the cics,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, arc equally intercsto?) with thc
proprietor in thcdctcctiou and suppression of these
nelarious piacllccs. Tho genuine article, inanutac
tured at iLe establishment of tho undesigned in
Schiedam, Holland, ie distilled iro-n a barley of the
?ncHl quality, und flavored with an essential extract
of thc berry of tho Italian juiipu", of unequalled pu?
rity. Dy a process uukuown lu the preparation of
any other liquor, it is treed from every acrimonious
and corro.-lve element.
Complaints havo been received from the lcadiug
physicians and families in thc southern States of
the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps in those markets; and travellers,
who are in thc habit ol using it as an antidoto to the
baneful influence of unwholesome river waler, tes?
tify that cheap gin, put up in Scblcdain bottles, is
frequently palmed off upon thc unwary. The
agent* ol thc undersigned have been requested to
institute inquiries on the subject, and to turwaid to
him the names of such parties UH they may ascer?
tain to bo engaged in thc atrocious system of decep?
tion. In conclusion, thc undersigned would say that
he has produced, from under tho hands of the mo.-t
distingui-hoa men of science in America, proofs un
answerable of tho purity and medicinal excel?
lence of the Schiedam Aromatic Selina; ps ; tout
he has oxpended miny thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
he designed should protect tho public and himself
against iraudulont imitations; that he has shown it
to bo the only liquor in tho world that can be uni?
formly depended upon a; unadulterated ; tint he has
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all its lunns; and from ever]'ordeal
the preparation u bi. li bears his name, teal and trade
mark, has coinooff triumphant. He, therefore, leola
it a duly bc owes to his lcllow-cit'z-us gor.erally, to
thc medical protcsmou and the sick, to denounce
aud expose the charlatans who counterfeit these evi?
dencie* ot identity, and ho calls upon the press and
Iho public to aid him in his efforts to remedy so great
Tho following letters aud ceri I ri cate? from tho
leading physicians and che inst* of this city will
prove to the roadcr that all goods sold hy thc uuder
eigne J are all that they aro rcpre cntcd to be.
I feel bound tn say, that I regard your Schnapps
os being in every respect prc-t-mincntly pure, and
deserving ot medical patronage. At-all events, it is 1
the purest possible articlo of liol laud Gin, lurcto
lore unobtainable, aud aa such may ho safely pre?
scribed hv physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New ?orx. i
2ti I iNE-sTitEET, NEW Yow;, I
November 21,1SC7. J
COOLPHO WOLFE, Esq., Pr?tent: i
Dear Sir-I have ina icu chemical examination of
a sample of your Schiedam Mlioapps, with tue in?
tent uf determining if uuy fur. igu o.-injurious sub?
stance had beeu udued lo th simple Oisii led spirits.
The examination has resulted iu mc conclusion
that the sample contained uopcisouo..a or l. rmi ul ,
admixture. 1 bave i c?.u unable to discover uuy
trace ol tho ileletoriuus aubsiauco-. wich ure em?
ployed in tho a l alteration of liquors. I would nut
hesitate to une myself or to reconnu, ud toothers,
lor medicinal purposes, tho Schiedam Mihuappa as
au excellent and unobjectionable variety ol gui.
Very rospeetlully yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SELLY, Chem isl.
NEW YOKE, No. 53 CEDAU-ATUEET. I
N ? i vi. m ? er 20, 1807 J
[jDOLFno WOLFE, Esq.. Present :
Dear Sir-! have submitted to chemical una'.vals
iwo bottles ol "-uhiodam Schnapps," which I took
Ironi a tresh package iu your bon .cd warehouse, ami
Qm), as before, that the spirituous liouor is tree
troon injurious ingredients or fal.si il cu uo ii; that it
ha? tho marks ot being aged sud not rucomly pre?
pared oy mechanical udmixtur Af uloohoi and aro?
Respect roily, FRED. V. MAY PR,
NEW TORS, 'Inesdoy, May 1.
UDOLPHO WOLFE, Ruy.:
?i-ar Sir- The waut ol' pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes bas been long felt by the pro
lessiuu, and thousands of lives have been sacrificed
by tho use ot adulterated articles. Delirium tremens,
ind other diseases o. the bram and ni rvos, so rife
lu this country, are vory rare in Europe, owing, iu a
ircut decree, to the difference n the puiityof the 1
Wo have tested the several articles imported and
sold by you. ?uciudiug your Gin, which you sell un- 1
Jer th.- ?ame of Aromatic cchiodauj sebnupps, which
wo coitaidi-r justly entitled lo tho high reputation it
ha1? acquired in this country; and from your lougex
pe ioueo as a foreign importer, your nullica Wines
ind Liquors should meet w th the aanu demand. I
We would recommend you to appoini sumo ol the .
respectable apothecaries in diff?rent parts of tn? city
as agents for thc sale of your Uranuics und Wines,
wuero ihn profession can obtain tb-J ?ame when
needed for mediciual purposes. 1
Withing you success in your new enterprise, '
Wo remain, jour obediotit servant*,
VALENTINE MO IT, M. 1)., Professor ol Surgery, '
University Mod'cal College. Now Yo:k.
J. M OARN'OI-HAN, M. D., Profesior of Clinical
?surgery, Surgeon-in-rbitf to the state Hospital,
Ac, Nii. 14 Last ?sixtcenlli-htrcct.
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. I'., No. 7'J3Broadway.
H P. l?E WEE?, M D.. No. 7?1 Broadway
JOSt PR W01t>TEit, M D.. NO. Il? Niuik-8trc2t.
NELSON STEELE, M. D , No. 37 Uleekur-strcct.
JOHN O'KEII,. Y, M. D., No. 230Fourth sircet
li. I. RAPHAEL, M. P., Professor ut thc Principles
aud Pracliciot >>ur.ery, New lt ont Medical Col?
lege, Ac. No. ill Niotii-rttroct, and others.
Thc proprietor also offers for salo.
BATTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Importen and bottled by himself, expressly for me
diciuul use. Each bottle haa his certificate of ita pu?
rity. UDUUfMJ WOLVK,
November ll 3 mo?
H E A 1 K G
JOHN V. GILBERT. Manager
Last appearance bat two of tbe young and talented
MISS ANNI bl DELAND.
Thursday Evening, January 2W, 1869,
Will be presented
THU SERIUHJS FAMILY
COUNTRY COUMN'S VISIT.
To-morrow Evening Benefit of Miss ANNIE DE
1ST-Street Cai? in attendanc; at close of perform?
ance. January 28
gT. CECELIA SOCIETY'.
WILL BE Ol VII
HALL OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
T. riNCKNEY LOWNDES,
January 28 1 Socretary and Treasurer.
WA1* TED-A GOOD PLAIN COOK AND
WASHER, without children, is wanted for a
rmall family. Good wages, punctually paid, and
comfortable apartment Apply at No. 48 SOCIETY
fcTREET immedUtolj. 1 January 28
WANTED, A LOAN OF SltJOO FOR ONE
j ear, secur d by valuable (unencumbered)
city proporty. Addrcts E, through P03TOFFICE
with nemo of applicant and forms.
January 28 1?
AjrrANITED IMMEDIATELY, A WET
IT NURSE, white, without a child preferred.
Apply at No. 38, western sud of Montague-street
January 28 2*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, BY A SIN
Gl E Lady and Gentleman, two neatly fur?
nished ROOMS, in a private family. Address 3. E.,
through Post?nico, stating terms und locality.
January 28 2*
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A NA?
TIVE or this city, who has boen living in
thc up-country for six years, a Situation in any l>u
sincss where he can make hims?ll usetnl Can give
any reference required. Address "R," through
PostouTce. 3 January 27
WANTED.-A F KW GOOD HOUSES
wanted for the usc ol tuc City Railway. Per?
sons wishing to dispose of such will apply as above.
S. W. RAMSAY,
January 26 Secretary and Treasurer.
INFORMATION WANTED.-ANY IN
FO M MATU) S given of STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached the eily ou Wednesday last, will ba thank
lally recived by bis wife. MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church and Chalmers-street;.
WANTED, SUBSCRIBER'S FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 2! No. ICI King-strctt.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to wnto for tbe pr?s?, employment on
one or moro Literary Papers or Magazine?, os a
WRITER OF SKETCHES, POETRY, ie. Address
Miss K. E. W., Post?nico, Charleston, S. C.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to thc CIRCULATING LIBRARY
CHARLES 0. RIGHT ER'S Select Library of New
Books contain.' all ot thc latest publications.
April 21 No. IGt KING-STREET.
AGENTS WANTED.-S75 TOSSOOPEIt
month, or a commission from whicb twice
that amount cuu be mudo by M iling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY >K\v INO MA
CUIN K ; price S18. For circulars and terms, address
C. BOWEi S & CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
Philo lolphia. Pa. 3rao December 5
NE W ?0 UK
FOR SALE BY
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS i CO.
HAUL) E STUN HOTEL
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN?
FORMS Lia IricnCs and tho pnblic generally tbat be
bas takou charge of this well-known and popular
FIRST-OLASS HOTEL, and hopes bv strict attention
to merit a full si arc of tl? nubile patronage.
Thc celebrated Artesian Witter Baths, hot, cold and
shower, can be hud at all hours.
Coaches with uttcntivc portera arc always In readi?
ness to convey passengers to and from the different
railroads ind steamers. E. H. JACKSON,
JJOLMES Ai MACBETH,
No. 30 Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C..
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
G M NEB AL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atllond to Renting and Collecting of Tonta
and purchaso and sao of btocits, Doa J 9, Gold,
Silver oud Beal i.s.a.c.
To tho Purchuso of Goods and Supplies for par'ies
iu thc country upon reajonabic ? craw.
G MOHOK U il OL&I?8.AXEXANDEB MACBETH.
Janu ryl I yr
J 13 R A Y T U N FORD,
BRCKEB, No. 10 BHO.YD-STREET,
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTAT H AND PUB
LI'1 AND PRIVATE BONDS, Stocks and Securi?
ties, ol all kind?. Also, negotiates Loaus on Real
Estate ?md Stock Collaterals.
January 2 mc Imo
yyr v. LEU CM & it. s. Bitu.vs,
* MONEY AND REAL EsTATE
B R U li E l? S, A U C T 1U '?' E E lt S
No. 35 Broud-?trcet,
Charleston, 3. C.
January 1 Duo
j UWiVUK? ?Si GRIMB.ILL,
No. M l?roatl-strcet,
DUY AND SitLL ON COJIMI33ION,
&c. ti - , ?LC.
BenUng ot Houses attended to.
r. FlHOKNE* LOWKBKS.SBRBXET G BIMBA LL.
No. 5 Broad-street.
3OLD, SILVER, DANK NOIES, COUPONS,
STOlKS A NU nov IVs,
Bought and Sold at Mamet Rates. Check- on
(few Yulti and Bu .more, and Drafts on England.
Ireland, Pane aad Ber.in.
January 1 Imo
gAMUEL C. BLACK,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. '48 Broad-street,
Charles;on. S. C.
Transaction* made at auction or private sale.
January 1 Imo
Il. D c L E U N ,
Charleston, S. C.
WILL nar ANO SBLL ON OOMSI saios,
HEAL ESTATE, SI'OOllS, BOND9, COUPONS,
GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS AND
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
THE SEVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY MEET?
ING Of <he Cb arlos ton Mee Lanie Society will
t e held at the Masonic Hall on MONDAY, tho 1st of
> ebruaty, 1869. at'Twelve o'clock M. Tbc members
are requested to be punctual in attendance as busi?
ness of importance wi 1 be submitted.
?OSEPH GUY, SecretnryC. M.S.
January 28 . _tbsm3
I. O. O. I -HOW ARD LODGE, No. 3.
THE REGULAR MEEI INO OF THIS LOTGE
will be held THIS EVENING, al Seven o'clock pre?
Januaiy28 th J. T. FORBES Secretary.
CHARLESTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TBE S TOCKEOLD
ERS of this Company will be held on MONDAY,
1st February, at Twelve o'clock M., at the hull of the
Insurance and Trust company, No. 8 Broad-street,
when a statement of the affairs of the Company will
be submitted, and election held lor President and
eight Directors to serve ,'or the ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT,
January 22 Seere'ary and Treasurer.
AN M AL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY AND OF IDE SOUlHWEST
ERN RAILROAD PANE.
TBE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
HOI DERS of tho above Institu? ions, will he held
in the City of charleston on the second TUESDAY ia
February next, tho 9th of that month. Place of
meeting, Hall of the Southwestern Railroad Bank.
Hour o,' convening. Eleven o'clock A. M.
On tho day following, WEDNESDAY, the 10th, there
will be an election held at the sane place, between
tho hours of Nine A. M. and Three P. M., for FIF?
TEEN DIRECTORS of the Railroad Company and
THIRTEEN DIRECTORS of the Bank.
A committee to verify Proxies will attend.
Stockholders will bc passed as usual over the road
to and from the meeting tree of charge, in accord?
ance with the re8olutlon*of tho Convention of 186*.
J. B. EMERY. Secretory.
January 12 ruth* tuthsT
HEITMAN N'S DRAWING SCH/IIIL
will open on TUESDAY. February 2 Persons
wishing to patronize thc same will please call a' No.
449 KING-STREET. tbs* January 28
rjnHE HUE WEST FEM AUB COL
JL LEGE.-This ls one ot the most flourishing in?
stitution* iu tho state. Pupils received at any time,
and charged from the timo of emoting.
Tuition, including Latin and French, $4 per
Boarding, including Fuel and Wnsh'ng, $14 50 per
mrntn. J. S. BoNNFR.
December 14 mth3mo Provident.
FUit SALE CHEAP. A FINE SECOND?
HAND S1FAMENGINK, small but poworful;
has a Patent Royulator. Apply soon at No. 3 LIB
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINE
STAND wlih fix'urea for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets? No. 35. Apply ON
PREM If ES. thstu January 21
STEAM ENGINES FOR > A LE CHEAP,
if applied for immediately
il) One 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(ll One 4-fcorse Portublo Engine.
(1) Ono 8-horsc-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON, BsRKLE? A LO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
lotices in punhrnptri).
IX THE DI ST RI LT COUItT OF 'I HE
UNITED i>TMtS, FOR TUE DISTRICT OF
SOUl li CAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER OF
JnHN C. KhNNERLT,BANKRUPT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY-To icAoire fl may Concern:-The under.
si<?Dcd hereby elves notice of his appointment
as Assigneo of JOHN C. KENNERLY, in tho Dis
tret of Orangeburg and stato of sou h Carolina
within s du district, who ha* been adjudged a bank?
rupt upon his petition, by thc District court of said
Lated tire 2.'>th way ol January, A. D. 1869.
C. B. GLOVER,
January 28 th3 As-ignce.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT ?IE THE
UNI CED STATES. FOR THE DLSl BZd OF
SUUTH CARCLINA - IN TOE MATTER OF
JOSIAH N. WALKER, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OK BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON TUE 30TH DAY OF DE?
CEMBER, A. D. 18(58, JN SAID COURT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Th is ls to give noticelh it ou tho TWI'MT
THIKD D \T CF JANUS itv, A. D. ?VG'J, a Warrant in Bank?
ruptcy was issued agaiust thu Estalo of JOSIAH N.
WALKEK, ot barnwell Courthouse, in thc District of
Karriwell, and Stute ol' South Carolina, who hus been
adjudged a Bankrupt, cn his own petition; that
tho payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to said Bankrupt, to htm
or for his use.and the transfernf any property by
bim are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose ono or moro Assignees of hts Estate,
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, tu be holden
at No. 72 tiroad-strcct. Chariest.T, S. C., before J.
C. CARPENTER, Registrar, on thc TENTH DAY
OFEEDBUABY, A. D. 1869, at 10 o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. El PING,
United State? Marshal as Messenger.
January 23 1
IN THE DISTRICT COUBT OP THE
UNITED STATES. FOR TOE DISTRICT OF
sOUl'U CAROLINA-IN THE MAHER OF REU?
BEN BEASLEY, BANKRUPT, Bi" WHOM A PETI?
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE :Usr DAY OF DECEMBER,
A. V., 18C8, IN SAID COUR 1-IN BANKRUPT*. Y -
Thia la to give notice ibat on the TWENTY-THIRD DAY
OF JANUAUY, A. P., 18C9, a Warrant in BaukniDtcy
waa is-ued against the belate of REUBEN BEASLEY,
of Darlington District and State of South Carolina, who
has been adjud ?Od a Bankrupt, on his own petition;
that thc pa>ment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to Faid Pankiupt. to him or for
his use, and tho transfer of any property by bim are
forbidden by law -, Hut a meeting of tho Creditors of
the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, ar d to
choose one or more Assignees of his Estate, will bo
held at a Coure of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No.
T2 Broad-s reef. Charleston, South Carolina, before J.
C CARPENTER, Registrar, on the TENTH DAY OF
FEBBUABY, A. D , 1869, at 12 o'clock M.
J P. M. EPPING.
United States Mar.-hal as Messenger.
January 28 1
IM Till?; DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UN'ITtD STATES-FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, leco.-IN THE MATTER OF
J. a BETHUNE. OF-. BANKRUPT
PETITION FOR F?TL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, Tint a hearing be
had ou tuc FIFTEEN i n DAY OF FEBRUAKY, 1869,
nt Federal Courthouse in Churl* sion. C. C., and
th't ad th i creditors, .vc, ot said Bankrupt appeal
nt said time and plaoe, and show causo, il any they
cnn, why the Mtier ot tho i o nioner should not bo
gramcd. And that thc so-ond und third meetings
ol creditors of said Bankrupt will be h. ld at thc olhVo
of S C. GA UPEN i ER, Esq., Registrar of Second
Congressional District, S. C., on tho TWELFTH DAY
OF FEBRUARY, 18I;9, at 12 IL
By o.dir of the Court, the 13th day of Jauuary,
186 . 1'ANIEL HOI'.LBE K,
Clerk of thc Distilct Court of tho United Si ates
January 14 th3 For South Carolina
IN THE IMS T ii IC i' COURT OF THE
UNITED St Al ES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM. 1869.-IN THE M AT Tr R O?
JA-. D .MITCUELL, ol-, BANKRUPT
FKTlTT"N FOR FULL AND FIN\L DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY-Ordered. That ahearine Ce had
OU thc T W KNTY-EIQ HTH DAY OF JAM OAKY, 1869, at 1'cd or?
el Coiirthou o iu tharle-ton, S. C.; and that all Credl
tow, Ac, ii said Bankrupt appear at said time and
placo, and show cius", if any they can, why the
prayor of thc pcttlione>' should not bo (ranted.
And t at ih . sec. nd and third mcotin?s of Creditors
of said Bankrupt will be held at tte office of J. C.
CAltPEVl'Ui;. Esq., BegiHtrar of tne Second Con?
gr? ?sionil Distict, S. C., ou TWBNTY-.-IXTH DAY OF
JANUARY, 18.19. at 12 M.
B order of the Court, the 5th day oi January.
1869. DANIEL BOBLBECK,
? lerk of the Distilct Court of the U. S. for 3. C.
Jauuary 14 tu3
IN THE OISTRIC P COURT OF THE
UNITE!) STATE*. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY (KB af, 1869-IN THE MAT I KB OF
B. M. BASTIN, OF CLARENDON BANKRUPT.
PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DI-CHAIlGE
IN BANKRUPTCY-Ordered. That a hearing be
had un thu FIFTEENTH DAY OF FEBBUAHY. 18G9, at
Federal iiourtbousu lu Charleston, S. C., and tuat
ail creditors Are., ot said Bankrupt appear at sad
time aud plsc-, ai il show eau??, if any tboy can,
why the prayer of the petitioner aUouId not bo
granted. And that the s"eoi.d and third meetings
of Creditor.s of said Bankrupt wl.l bo held at tho
office of J. C. CARPENTER, Esq, Registrar of
Second Congi ess:onat District, S. C., on TWELFTH
DAY OF FEBBUAHY, 869. 4*12 M.
By ordyc ol tho Court, thu 13th day of January,
I860. DAN fi. HORLBECK.
VUr-t o the District Court ol the United States for
fouthCarolIua. tk3 January 14
IN TH? DISTRICT COURT OF t HE
UNITED STATES. FOR !>OUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TH RM, 1800.-IS THE MATTER OF
WM. J. NORRIS. Of CLARENDON COU-.TY,
BANKRUPT.-PBTIIION FOI? FOLL AND FINAL
DI-CUAHGK IN BANKRUPTCY.-ordered, That a
hearing bu had on tho FIFTEENTH DAY OF FE BBC* EY,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, s. C. ;
i-nd that a 1 creditors, Ac. of said Bankrupt appear
at said limo anil p ac -, and show cause, li any thev
cai", why the prayer ot the petitioner should not be
g ra ted. And that tho second and third meat'ngs ol
creditors of stud Bankrupt will be held nt the office ot
J .J. OsRl'ENTER, Esq., Registrar ot Second <-on
gressiond Distr ct, S. c., ou TWELFTH DAY OF FIB
BUABY, 18C9 at 12 M.
By order of tho Court, the 13th day of January. 18C9.
DANIEL HOB LB ECK,
Clerk of the District Court of iho U. 8. for 8. C.
.Jan arylt th3
(Srwerifs ?B? fiiMtiiumims. jj:.
5BOS.GS NEW TOBE S. G. STE CPS
4 boxes New York Bellies
10 hhds. Prime bhouldera and C. B. Fides.
Lind in? and for sale by
January 28 1 E. & A. J. CALDWELL.
CORN AND OATS.
2000 BfjoHELS PBIME WHITE MILLING
20[JO buen al s Heavy Feed Oats
Just arrived per schooner Gertrude Lewis, and for
sale by SCHEVEN k M a BET,
No. 3 Accommodation Wharf.
January 28 2
CHOICE NATIVE WINES.
WE HAVE NOW LANDING PJSB STEAMER
Champion, the following brands of CALI?
FORNIA WL*Et>: MOSCATEL, Port, Hock, Sherry,
Angelica and Sparkling; also, California Bitters.
lhe above Wines have become a leading arri?le at
the North on account of being strictly pure and '
duty free, which render* them comparatively cheap.
For sale by O. D. AHBENS & CO.,
Corner King and Market streets.
January 28_'_ 3 .
NEW CEOP SUGAR AND MO?
LASSES. .. .?
0 A A HHD?- CHOICE CARDENAS MOLASSES
?JUU 50 hhds Grocery Segara.
Now landing ex brig "Baltimore," and for sale by
BISLEY k CREIGHTON,
January 28 Noe. 143 and 146 East Bay.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOB SALE LOW FOB CASH :
QAAA SACKS SALT
OUUv 10W) barrels Pink Eye Feed Potatoes
100 bales Ganny Bagging
309 coils Hemp and Manilla Rope A
1000 kege Nails
200 barrels Coffee Sugar, A, B and O
600 bags Rio Coffee
100 b?rrela New Orleans Molasses
300 boxee Adamantine Candles
600 ketts Orange Mills Powder
100 hogsheads New Orleans and Musco
1C0 tierces Bice.
January 19 _t_tuthalmo
1 O A fi BUSHELS OF SEED BICE. GROWN
L ?J UU on North San tee, weighing 47 pounds
per bu?heL For sale by
W. C. COURTNEY k CO..
January 26 ruths! mo No. 0 Boyce's Whorl.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
1 ?)4) HHDS. CHOICE DRY GROCERY SUGAB
W?U? 48 hhds. Prime (new cop) Muscovado
Molasses. Now tanning ex British brig Wm. M. Nash,
from Cardenas, and for sale in lots to suit purcha?
sers, by W. P. HALL,
January 26 5 Brown k Co 's Wharf. C
PIG HAMS, SHOULDERS,
STRIPS ANO LARD.
ASUPPLY OF CHOICE SUGAR-CU RED PIG
Extra Sugar-cured Pig Shouldors
Eitra Breakfast Bacon Strips, small
And Puro Leaf Lard.
Just received at the
CO-OPER AT IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest comer Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered fren. January 26
BACON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
Ax., Ax. ?
f)A HHDS. CHOICE O. It. SIDES
?\J 10 hhds. choice Ribbed Sidis
10 hhds. Shoulders
6 hillls. No. 2 Shoulders
10 boxes D. H. Sides
20 box?s S. C Strips.
FLOU H, MACKEREL, At. V
600 bb's. Selected Extra FLOUR
100 bbls. Selected Super Flour
100 bbls. Fine Flour
?0 ha'f bbls. Mess Mackerel
76 half Obis. No. 1 Mackerel.
In store, landing, and for sale low by
JEFFORDS k 00.,
January 23 5 Nos. 17 and 19 Vendue Bange.
"I A f\ A SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, DAILY
A" 'OU expected by stomer Golden Horn, and
for salo by HENBY COBIA 4 CO.
RECEIVED PEE BARK ADMIRAI. CE
CILIiE, FKO.lI HAVRE, AT JACK?
SONVILLE, FLU It IO A,
QA A CASE? FRENCH BEEB, OR BIERE
Genuine French t loret Wine, Cognac Brandy
A VARIETY OF FRENCH GOODS.
ALSO, IN STORE,
30 cases GENUINE ENGLISH ALE, in pinta, and a
variety of choice Liquors
10 kegs Oboice Malaga Gralee.
Assorted FRUITS, Guava Jelly, Nuts
Che wine and Smoking Tobarco
Domestic aud Havana Cigars, Pipes, fcc, fcc.
For sale by
JOHN B. TOGrNI,
No. 135 MEETING-STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF MARKET-STREET.
SALT, BAGGING, &c.
R(\fi SACK' IJVEBFOOL SALT
OUU 15 balesDundre Bagging
20 bales uun c-y Clo tu
10 hhds. Bacon sidos and Shoulders
60 bbl?. Crushed and Coffee bugara
60 bbls. S. H. MolaBB-B
IOU boxes Soap, various brands
Tobacco, Candles. Flour, Rico. fcc.
For sale by RAVENEL & HOLMES,
No. 177 East Bay.
January ll Imo Opposite Accommodation Wharf.
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
FIFE II US DR ED BARRELS.
.OAA BBLS. WESTERN BED POTATOES
?J Ul ' 100 b?ls. Chili Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Garnett Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On board thc schooners A. E. Glover and Jonas
Smith. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEIf L & SON,
Dcccmbor 29 No. 167 East Bay.
FRUITS! FRUITS! FRUITS !
WE HAVE ALWAYS ON H *ND A LARGE SUP.
PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Bananas Pineapples, Plantains, Cocoauuts, Lemons,
Raisins, Furs. Dates and Nortuern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts of aV kinds
BART k WIRTH,
Nos. 66 and 67 Market-street
November 28 2mo? .
WHARTON ft MOFFETT,
MOFFETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY Si BEET. *
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAM?
ER, ..PPLEsand PO I A IOE3, and offer for
sale thc following varielle - of Eating and Seed
Goodrich seedling-PINK EYE
Jacks n Whites-Dvkoman's
Western Red-Duck Eye
CLill Jod-Davis >eedliug
Peaoh Bow-Early Bose.
Parties ordering for seed should do so at OL ca, be?
fore tho rivers and canals are irozon up.
I. J. WHABTON,
No. 115 West-street, New York.
J^MKC G. MOFFETT,
No. 22 East Bay street. Charleston.
December 30 3mo
No. 379 King-street.
CANDY PUT UP TN ASSORTED BOXES OF25,
60 :>nfi 100 pounds, suitable tor noun try Trade.
Mcr< hauts can rely upon our Candies bei ax per?
fectly free from all such pjfaono JS t-uboianots as
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DUST.
Also, constantly on hand, a full supply ot
AND FANCY CANDIES,
No extra charge for boxing,
January 7 thstulrao