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'.N K ~W S SUMMA
-Gold closed yesterday at New Y<
-The New York cotton market clo
and firm. Sales 7000 bales at 29.Ja29?
-At Liverpool cotton clo-ed fin
15,000 bales; uplands on the spot ll
12al2Jd; Orleans 12d.
-The. Princess tie Latour d'Auve
b ought the Mount of Olives, built a
it and given it to Napoleon.
-Two more kerosene lamp cxplos
place in New York on Friday last, rei
each case iu heavy losses of property
-A bill is before tho Kansas Legit
regulate faro and freights on tho raii
-Hon. Charles O'Conor, of New Y
accepted an invitation to deliver an
at tho University of Virginia at the n<
-On the railroad lino from Charlott
to Graniteville, S. C., George E. T. W:
appointed an additional route agent i
-The Lond n Times thinks that tl
of state which Napoleon, the Empero
French, tas raised, is a personal gove
and cannot survive its maker.
-Slr. Douglass, of the New York Yac
owner of the yacht Sappho, has challen
owner of the British yacht Cambrir
ocean race nb mt the first of Juno next
-Much excitement prevails at the
community, in New York, on account
sudden disappearance of five of tho m
as many worn on, who are supposed tc
-The census returns of St. Louis
popul.itiou of two hundred and two tbi
four hundred. Mayor Thomas claims tv
drcd and fi: ty thousand, aud demands
-Sixty folio volumes aie daily filled wi
accounts of tho Ba-1- of England, and
bookbinders are co. lastly employed i
tiDg these volumes together. Tho mun
bank-notes printed daily is twenty-eight
-General Robert E. Lee has beeti e
President of the Bible Society of Rock!
County, Virginia, and ha? issued a shoi
?retB to tko citizes of that county in 1
of the object of the society-which is to s
every family in the county with a copy o
-Moro than fifteen thousand persons
to balls in New York iast week, spoat tw<
five thousand dollars for caimce-hire,
' thousand dollars for suppers and wiucs,
one hundred and eichty thousand dolla
toilettes and dresses, and wore jewels wor
the aggregate eight hundred and fifty tl
-The progress of the Suez canal seoms
satisfactory. A schooner has recently pi
throughout its entire length, and M. de
seps states that in six month* ships of t
thousand tons burden will be ablo to tra>
it, either eailiDg or by steam. Tho succe
tbe enterprise will doubtless lead to a sir
canal being cut through the Isthmus of :
-There w; B a meeting of the President
Directors of thc Augusta and Columbia ]
road held in Augusta on last Saturday.
lhi9*meetiDg it wes announced, that ii
farther interruption be experienced, bj
10th day of next April its track would bo
to the South Carolina bank of the Sa van
River, and trains run over the entire r<
from Augusta to Columbia. In tho meant!
preparations are being made to build a hs
some and substantial bridge over that stn
to connect it with Augusta.
-A horrible and revolting outrage was i
pet rat cd at Mount Vernon, Alabama, a day
two since, by a negro named Mack, upon
little white children, the eldest not more tl
eleven years of age. Tho fiendish act crea
an inteDBo excitement in tho commun
which was also shared by the negroes. ]
country was scoured in evey direction, i
the monster captuicJ. Atter consultation
case was left in the bands ot an improm]
negro jury, who, after a full hearing, s
fenced the prisoner to be bung, which s<
teuce was exeouted ou thc spot.
-Wisconsin has a Legislature of carpot-bi
gora. Of tho Senate, containing thirty-thi
members in all, cot OJO was born in the Sta
Sixteen weut from New York, three from Pei
sylvania, seven from the New Easlaud Stat
three were bora in Europe, and (hu rest wc
to Wisconsin from New Jersey, Georgia, Ot
and Washington. Tho House of Represent
fives has ono bundled members. Of thee
thirty-two are natives of New York, twenty
New England, twenty-six of Europe, ttree
Canada, eight of Ohio, and six of Pcnusylv
nia; Maryland, Kentucky and Indiana ga'
birth to one each, and Wisconsin to two.
-The lust novel scientific idea in Europe
that of Dr. Poggioli, ?ecently presented bi
fore the British Academy of Medicine. E
thinks that by the use of electricity childT
may be improved, in mind as well as in bod;
He instanced a child, which was a phenonn
non of deformity and stupidity, which, undc
the influence of electricity, grew tbrec cent
metres in a single month, aud has since bec
always first, instead of last, in his class. Vcr.
tation is much richer and more rapid in it
growth when electrified than othenvise. Di
Poggioli proposes, by way of expenment, tba
the six last pupils of each class in a lyceur
or college be subjected to this electrical treat
-Five young men in Btrlin latoly made ai
agreement, for a wager, to sec who of then
could keep awako for a whole week. They al
held out for about five days anda half, b;
drinking largely of strong coffee, and kecpius
up a constant ronna ot activo exercises am
exciting amusements. At tho end of thai
time two of them yielded to drowsiness; ?
third soon fell asleep wbile riding, tumblec
from his saddle and broko his arm; a tourll
was attacked by severe sickness, aud com?
pelled to retire from the list; thc fifth held out
to the end, but lost twenty-five pounds of flesh
in winning tho wager. Long ago, Frederick
fie Great f>ad Volutire made a similar experi
ia:nt, making use of tho same stimulant of
- a roDg coffee, bat they did aot succeed in
driving away sloop for more thau four day*.
-Tho growth of Baa Francisco bas been oue
of the most wonderful eveu among the i
changes to he witnessed in the United St
In 1850, the valuation of property for pur]
of taxation was $21,621,214, and in 1868 il
raised to $109,360,826. A comparison bet
the condition of San Francisco in 1860 ai
1868 has recently been published, from v
it appears that the statistics of 1860 wei
follows : Population fifty-six thousand i
hundred and two; number of houses
thousand ono hundred and twenty-three
1868, the population was ono hundred
forty-seven thousand nine hundred and
number of houses eighteen thousand and :
During 1868, tho value of the improven
made has been estimated al $10,000,000, e:
sive of $1,500,000 expended on the streets.
-Tho New York Herald of Sundvy s
"Perhaps the best evidence of tho sure
rapid material progress of the South ma
found in tho facf that the price of tho beni
the diffcrcut Southern States is steadily ri
in Wall-street. The directors of our
York savings banks, who are proverbially
serva live, cautious and sagacious, have li
bought largely these State bonds. Tho So
er:: people themselves are also ad
considerably to their investments in t
bonds. Other cheering signs of the en
with which the recuperative powers of
South are awakening may be found in
great cotton crop, estimated at two hun?
million doll are ; in the plentiful rice and si
crops ; in tho abundant production of ev
thing consumed by tho Southern peopl
home ; in the report that in many parts of
South labor h as become even cheaper thf
used to be in the days of slavery ; and, lat
in many indications that the political pacii
tion whicb mnst infallibly follow the inaug
tion of President Grant will open at thc Sc
an ora of goo l feeling aud of unprccedei
C H ARLE S ~T 0?\
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 186
Tbc Insurrection In Cuba.
The Spanish troops who are striving
stamp out the so-called rebellion in Cu
will find that it is no easy task to overeo
a people who are fighting for delivcrai
from oppression, and who are inspire J a
fortified by the memory of decades of
jury and wrong. It has always been t
policy of tho Spaniard? to wring the li
farthing out of the native Cubans, treat?
them the while with brutul and sava
'contempt. This has nurtured the bitt
and uncompromising hatred which is nt
While Spain wa9 Bourbon there was i
salvation for Cuba; but when thc revol
tion was successful and Isabella Segum
driven from the throne, the Cubans d
raanded their independence and raised tl
stnndard of revolt. So far, the insurre
tion' has been successful; for it ha9 n
'been suppressed. The Spaniards are r
iuforcing their twenty thosand eoldie;
already in the field with many thousan
more, while General C?spedes, the lead<
of the insurgents, has barely fifteen thot
sand men poorly armed and equipped. Et
C?spedes is thoroughly, in earnest, aB ar
the raw soldiers whom he leads, and at hi
back is the aotivo eympathy of tho who!
Tho weapons of tho insurgents are (
thc commonest kind. They have a fe1
rifles and a small number of hand-grenades
said to have been lately furnished then
They, however, endeavor to make up b
their ingenuity for their lack of means
They have wooden cannon, which arc gee*
for one shot, and have invented a ne\
weapon which may be used successfully t
resist charges with the bayonet. So Ces
pedes has managed to hold his own fo
four months, and is resting now against th
mountains of the southeastern part of Cuba
a country which admits of ba?l ng defence
There are strange stories of three thousant
rebels having laid down their arms, and o
the war being over; but they are no mon
to be trusted than similar yarns from Crctt
, In the meanwhile, Havana, with secrci
voice and pen, keeps up her connection witt
her kindred in the field. Mouey is sent
freely to the liberal camp despite thc unex?
ampled vigilance of thc Captaiu Generali
officers. The young men of thc oldest and
wealthiest families hasten to the support
Of the insurgents, and the public presses,
taking advantage of the freedom gi anted
them by Dulce, ere outspoken in their de?
mand of thc right to govern themselves.
A dozen new papers have been issued in n
week; the latest of them, "The Republican
Convention," having at the head of its col?
umns "Viva la Rep?blica. No more despots.
Down with tyrants." This paper salutes
thc United Stales with a prayer for the
bencdiotion of "thc powerful mother re?
public," and begs all tho people of the isle
to form republican committees-active, en?
ergetic and pacific.
The Cubana feel now that what is good
for Spaiu is good for Cuba; and the ques?
tion is whether self government alone will
content them. Spain herself has not deci?
ded between a republican or monarchical
form of government: but the leaning is to?
wards the latter. Dulce has conceded a
few fragments of liberty to the "ever faith?
ful Lie," which Spain may lake i;way
whenever she pleases. With a Bourbon or
an Orleans enthroned at Madrid, there
would be no safety for Cuba. Thc old talc
would be told agaiD, with variations, and
Cuba would be handed over once more to
the tender mercies of legions of mercenary
soldiers, and an army of worse office-hold
ers and public plunderers. The probability
is, therefore, that the Cubans will demand
self-government in the sense of indepen?
dence, and will be satufied with nothing
less. Annexation to the United States hus
its place in the programme; but it is kept
in the back grouad, and will not be brought
prominently forward until independmce ?B
accomplished and Cuba is free, when, if
our advice weighs for aught ia the 6cale,
she will remaiu her own master and steer
clear of the centralization government at
The present insurrection may, of course,
be put down; but the enmity of race will
not be put down, and in her distance from
Spain and in the friendship of the United
States, the Cubans will find a strength of po?
sition which will enable them to agitate!
agitate ! agitate ! until victory is won, and
the "Gem of the Antilles" is free from the
arrogant tyranny of Spain.
A State Agricultural Convention.
f f * r -.* - . *' ? '- ,
Mr. C. P.- Pelham, formerly editor of the
Columbia Guardian, writes to the Phoenix
urging the organization of the agricultural
interest of our State. He says : "Let us
form agricultural societies in every district
in the State. Our Democratic clubs, al?
ready organized., will serve us admirably
fer this purpose. Next, let us hold a State
Agricultural Convention in Columbia, in
April or May. Railroad companies, we
take it for granted, will be as liberal and
accommodaiiag here as in Georgia. Im?
proved methods of cultivating cotton and
other crops, the introduction of new ones,
the regulation of the labor in our midst,
the steps necessary to be taken to promote
immigration, the enclosure system, the im?
provement of stock, the development of our
water power, the establishment of the vari?
ous classes of manufactories, agricultural
education, kc, &c , are a few of thc mat?
ters which demand concert of action ; other
topics will suggest themselves readily, as ap?
propriate to the business of suoh a conven?
Thc Southern Pacific Railroad Bill.
Thc Memphis, ?1 Paso and Pacific Rail?
road bill will be introduced into both
Houses of Congress very soon. It differs
from others in this, that it asks for no sub?
sidy of land, inasmuch as Texas has given
it eight millions of acres ; it asks for no aid
upon second mortgage, but simply for the
guarantee of the interest upon Its beads,
and provides an ample sinkiog fund to se?
cure thc payment of the principal and in?
terest. It asks for such assistance only
after the road is completed in sections, so
that when this is dono it may proceed to
the next section. The bill contemplates
the construction of a main trunk road from
Memphis to thc Pacific Ocean vin Little
Rock, Aik ; Jefferson, Texas; and through
Northern Texas to Ll Paso, thence to San
Diego, California, connecting in California
with thc California Southern Pacific, if ar?
rangement can bc made for this. Thc bill
asks also for the same assistauce to the
Cairo and Fulton, the Vicksburg and Shreve?
port roads, which will be regarded as
brunches to thc main trunk, and thus thc
road has three termini upon the Mississippi.
We trust that this road will receive the
hearty support of every Southern member
of Congress. It is high time that the South
had some help from the Federal Govern?
ment, and wo know of no project that will
be of greater advantage to the Southern
States than the Southern Pacific Railroad
TI \ SMITH S WANTED_S KILLKD
Workmen, of go:-d habits, can pet permanent
pituations aud high w.i-:e< by ;.?i? lvin? at once to
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February 3 2*
?\yA.\TEL>, A PAKTNEU, WITH $1000
? V capital, to plant Sea Island Cotton, and to buy
it lute in thc foison Lands fine. Terms lib? ral.
Address immediately W. li., Charleston Postofllee.
February 3 2*
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V? AMEUII'AN EMITING MACHINE, Price
523. 1 hu simplest, cbeapoet and beRi Knitiin-.-Ma?
chine ever inveuted Wdl knit 20,(100 Stitches per
minute. Libetal inducements io agents. Address
AMERICAN ENI LIING AI ACHINE COMPANY,
lios'on, Mas?., or at. Louis, Mo.
February 3 wfm.13*
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reached the city ou Wednesday last, will bo thank?
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corner Church au>1 Chalmers-streets.
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ED to write for Ibo press, eniploynicut on
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WRITER OF SKETCHES. POETRY, kc Address
Miss K. IT. W., PostothYo, Charleston, S. C.
AGENTS WA ATICO.-875 I'OS??O PEK
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C. BOWE' S k CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
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FOK SALE CHEAP. A SMALL, ?KCON D
HANDSlEUl ENGINE, wnh ratent Gover?
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I"WU SALE OK RlC.MT, SEVK 'A A L SEA
INLAND CO 1 TON AND RICE I L INTATICNS
For particulars apply to
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February 1 3 No. 74 mst iiuy.
IJWR. S ALK OR IIKST, THAT ( OJ15III.
? DIOUS and well appointed Tenement House
Nus. 2 andi Berresford-street, conUiniu ; IG rooms,
with extensiv?.- servanis' apartments. . Kur tcrinr ap?
ply to J. T. HUMPHREY*-, Real Kernte Ageut,
December 'J w No. 27 BroaU-st? et,
STEAM KVG1XKS FOR SALE CHEAP,
if npplicd lor immediately
il) One 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(ll One 1-tiorse Portable Eugine.
(1) One S-hoisc-nowcr LNGINE, in aooJ condition.
CAMKUON, BaRKLK? & t O.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
JlissoniltDu of Copartnership.
TUE KIliM OP CAMPBELL, KNOX &
CO. is hereby dissolved by mutua consent.
JAMES T. CAMPBELL.
February 1, 1809. 1 1'obroary 3
Tn E COPARTNER* HIP I1KRRTU
FOHE exiting uuder the name and stvlc of
EKCKMANN ft M bl ER, is herebv disaoived by mu?
tual consent. Mr. H ERMA '. D. M FIE lt is a'one au?
thorized to collect all Uu-s now owing to the
CHARLE Vi'ONER ZEIIUNG.
C. G. ERCKMANN.
HERMAN D. MEIER.
Charh eton, February 1,18G?.
THE UNDERSIGNFD UASTHIS DAY <-OLn TO
Mr. WILLIAM DFFERH\RDT the l) HARLES T N
r.R Z'.'ll UNG, the matar?ais and all ou'siandiug
accounts. Mr. UrFERHARDT or his agents .done
are authorized to collect and receipt for thc aa*ne.
HERMAN D. MliItiH.
Charleston, February 1, 1869.
THE UNDERSIGNED HA*? FROM THIS DAY
assumed tb; proprietorship ot tho CHA BXS STONER
Z LT I UNG (a Go man S. mi-weekly Newspaper).
Proles-or UEltUAN D. MMUt ooniinuos as E-Ji
tor. WILLUM Vb\ ERH iRD V.
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j have as:oeiat"d themselves ab Copartners in
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January 27 w C i RICH ARD90N MT I F.S.
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Ksq. is thia day admitted a partier in cut
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MCMILLAN KINO. January 1
OF?ICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE.
Solclmpoi (er of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
No- HZ Bcnvtr-stjcct.
NEW YO BK, November 3. 1868.
To the People of the Southern States i
WHEN THE PURE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely knonn as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was iniroduced into the world uDder
thc endorsement of four thousand leading members
of the medical profession some twenty years ago, its.
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and usefUf
preparations. He.'therefore. endeavored to invest ii
with strongest po?siblo safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to rocder all attempts to pirate it diffi?
cult and dangerous. It was submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis,, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Ita puri?
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the articlo were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all the leading practitioners in
tbo United States, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation and a
report of Hie result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of the most eminent medical men in
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
thc article were unanimously favorable. Sucb a
prepjtration, they said, had long been wanted by
thc profession, as no reliance could be placed on the
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
more or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the oi of Juniper, wnich formed one of
the principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of tho alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, in the estimation of tho faculty, a
j marked superiority over evory other diffusive stirou
I laut as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials irom professional
men of the highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and oneloscd with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of tho guarantees of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud were also
adopted; a patent was obtained for thc article, the
label was copyrighted, a Jae simile of the proprietor's
autograph signature wa= attached to each label and
rover, his namo and that of the preparation were em?
bossed on the bottles, and the corks were sealed with
his private seal. No article had ever been sold in
this country under tho name of Schnapps prior to
thc introductiou of Wolfe's- Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and tho label was deposited, as
his trude ronrk, in the United States District Court
for thc Southern District of Now York during that
lt might be supposed by persons una-qnain'ed
with the djring character of tuc pirales who prey
upon the reputation o ("honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under thoi- name, that the pro?
tections so carefully thro wu around tbeso Schnapps
would have precluded (bo introductions and sale ol
counterfeit!?. They eeeni, however, only to have
stimulated the rapacity of impostors. The trade
mark o? th-- proprietor has been stolen; th? indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from thc medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; bis labels au J
bottles have been imitated, hts advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, aud worse than all,
dishonorable retailers, after disposing of thc genuine
couteuts of his bottles, have Oded them up with
common gin, thc most dele'orious of all liquors, and
thus made his name and br ind a cover for poifoii.
Tho public, thc mod leal profession and the sick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, arc equally intereste ; with thc
proprietor in thcdclcc:iou and suppression of those
nefarious practices. Thc genuine article, manufac?
tured at tl.e establishment of the under.-igued in
Sabiedatn, Holland, u disultod iron a barley of thc
finest quality, aud flavored with an essential extract
of tho berry of the Italian jurlpe-, ol unequalled pu?
rity. By a process unknown in the prepurullun ol'
any other liquor, it is treed from every acrimonious
and corrosive clement
Complaints have been received from thc leading
physicians and families in thc southern States of
the sale of cheap imitations of the SchicJam Aro?
matic Scum pps in-those markes; and travellers,
who arc iu the habit ot using it as an antidote to the
baneful Influence uf unwholesome river waler, tes?
tily thal cheap gin, put up in Scbiedain bfjti les, is
trrqueutly palmed off upon the unwary. Thc.
ii gouts of the undersigned have been requested to
institute inquiries on tb- siibjoi-t, and to forward to
him the names of such parties as they may a-cer?
tain to be engaged in thc atrocious system of decep?
tion, lu convulsion, the undersigned would say that
bc has produced, from under thc hands of the nio.-t
dist?ugui-ho? mei: of science in America, proofs un
answerable of tuc purity and medicinal excol
lenco ol' the Schiedam Aromatic Schnar ps ; that
he ha9 expended many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with gu?ranteos and safeguards, which
he designed should protect tho public aud himself
against fraudulent imitations; thai lie han shown it
to bc tho only liquor in tho world that can bc uni?
formly depended upon a - unadulterated; that le has
cbnllenged investigation, analysis, comparison und
experiment in all its toroa;; and from every ordeil
the preparation whl h bears his name, seal and trade
mark, has come off triumphant. Ho, I her clore, feels
it a duty he o.ves to Ids lelluw-citlz-us generally, to
the medical profession and the sick, to douounco
and expose the charlatans who counterfeit theso evi?
dencies ot identity, and ho calls upon the press and
the i u!)lic lo aid him in his efforts to remedy so great
The following letters aud cen ideates from the
leading physicians and Cbc Hist J of this city will
prove to the reader that all goods sold ty tbe under
signe 1 are all that ihcy arc repre ontcd to bc.
I (eel bound tn say, th:;t I regard your Senna/tps
ns being in every respect pre-tmiincntly pure, and
des cr vin;: ol medical putrourigc. At all events, ic is
the purest possible article ol Holland Gin, hereto?
fore unobtainable, and as such may bc saitdy pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, f.?. D.,
Pharmaceutical Cbcmitit, New York.
20 PlXE-STREKT, NKW YOUR, 1
November 21, lsC7. j
UDOLPHO WOT.F.-., it-q., Present:
Dear sir-I have made a chemical examination of
a sample uf your Schiedam .schnappe, wiih tho in?
tent ot' determining if auy for. i0'ii or injurious mti*
staiice l ad been added to ib K?uple dbiii.lid spirits.
i he examination hui resulted in the conclusion
that the rumplo contained uopoisouo is or harmful
admixture. 1 havu teca luablo to discover any
ttscooi tho Coletoriotu subit?neos wich ure em?
ployed in thc adulteration of liquors. I would not
hesitate to'use mysolf or lo rxeumuund to others,
tor medicinal purposes, tho Sch.edam Schnapps us
au excellent and unobjectionable variety vi gin.
Very res|ieeti!iUy yours,
(Signed,) CHAS. A. SELLY, Chcm si.
Nsw You, No. 53 CKSAB-STIiEET. I
Nuvcni cr 20, i8G7 J
UDOLPHia WOLF?, Esq., J'rcssnt :
Dear Sir-?have submit tad to chemical asalt?is
two bottles ot ."?ohiodam Schnapps," which 1 took
from a tresa package iu your buu .?td wurchju.se. ami
find, as bolore, tli.it the spi.-iiuo.is liquor is ireo
irom injurious ingredient*, or falsification; that i;
;< s he marks ot bring aged aud not roccuily pre?
pared oj mechanical udiuixture ol' ulcohoi aud aro?
Respectfully. F.tED. F. MAYI'"n,
NEW Vuna, luesday, Maj 1.
UDOLPHO WOLFE. Esg. :
Oear Sir-The waul ol pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes ha< b-on long felt by the pro
icsmou, and thomujida of lives have been sacrificed
by the usc ot adulterated articles. Delirium (remona,
and other diseases o. thc bi oin und li- rves, so rife
in this coun try, are very rare in Europe, owing, iu a
great de?ree, to the difference n the purity of the
We have tested the sevo a) articles Imported and
sold by yon, including your Gin. which you seil un?
der the name of Aromatic cchiodiiuj .schnapps, which
we consider justly entitled to thc high reputation it
has acquired in this conutry; und irom your lougex
pe.leuce as a foreign importer, your nettle;.' Wines
aud Liquors should meet w tu the same demand.
Wo would recommend you to ap-omi some ot Uio
respectable apothecaries in di li?rent parts of the city
r,s ageuta for thc sale of your Urauoiea and Wines,
wuere .he profession eira obtain Ihe saine when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise.,
We remain, your obedient ?ernuits,
VALENTINE MOTT. M. U., Professor of .surgery,
Uuiversiiy Mcd'cal College, New Yo;k.
J. M. CAHNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
surgery, Surgeou-iu- luci to tho state Hospital,
kc, No. l-l Last sixleoutj-sti-ect.
LEWIS A. SAYRfc, 61.1., No. 73..Broadway.
H P. DB Willi-, M Jj.. ?So. TOI Fru-idwuy
JOShlPH WOKS I EU. M D.. .NO Ud Niutli-strcet.
NEL>ON ?TELLE, M. D , No. 37 'lloelfer-s'reet.
JOHN O'UKIL.-Y, M. D., No. 23UFourth street
B. L RAPHAEl, M. D., Pref-tsor ol the Principles
aud PractltMOl >ur ory, New York MedhaU Col?
lege, ?c., No. 91 Niutu-iitrect, aud others.
Thc proprietor also offers for salo.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Importen and boitled by himself, expressly lor mo
dicinal ase. Each bottle has his certificate ol' its pu?
rity. L'DLIi.FJi'J WOJUPK.
November ll 3 0109
. T S C P P K se
IN AID OF THE
CATHOLIC CHAPEL IN AIKEN, S. C.
THE LADIES OF THE CATHOLIC CONGREGA
IIONS of tho City, desirous to aid thet Bight Rev.
Bishop PERSICO to eroct a Missionary Chapel in
Alien, will give a HOT SUPPER AND REFBESH
MEN'T ENTERTAINMENT in
Evenings of thc 1st, 3d, 3d and 4th of ]
In connection with thc entertainment, there will
also be offered FOR SALE AND RAFI LE A FINE
COLLECTION OF USEFUL AND FANCY ARTI?
Tho Hall will be openod every evening from 6 to
PBICE OF ADMISSION :
Single Tickets.25 cents.
Fingi? Season Ticket?.50 cents.
Family Season Tickets .$1 00
E. F. SW EEG AN,
Chairman Committee cf Arrangements.
fost ano /oatie.
Si Tit AY ED INTO MY PREMISES ON
) the 21st u timo, a SETTER BITCH, which lho
owner can have by provir prootrty and paying ex?
penses. Apply at No. 52 i DCLIFFE-^TREET.
February 2 .2*
ll ot ires ta Bankrupifi).
IN Tl HE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUi'H CAEOL'NA
JANUARY TFRM, 18C9-IN TH ii MATTER OF BO
Bli KT D. WBm-.OFOH-U?LE?TON.BANKllCPT
PETITION FOR FULL A ND FIN AL DISCHARGE IN
BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a hearin? be had
on the Forum DAY OF FEBRUARY, 18C0. at Fede?
ral Courihouso in i harlcston. S. C. ; ami that all
Crcdito:8, frc., of said Bankrupt appear at said time
ond place, and show cause, if any thev can, why the
prayer or 'he petitioner should not be granted.
And that the second and third meetings ot Credi?
tors of said Bankrupt will bo held at the office of
J. C. CARPEN 1ER, Esq., Registrar erf Second
Coi gres M mal District, a. C., on THIRD DAT OF FED
RU ART, 1S69, at 12 M.
By order of thc Court, tho 15th day of January,
ISO. DANL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the Onited States for
South Carolina. w2 January 27
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE USDERr-IGNED RESPEC1 FULLY IN?
FORMS his lriam's and tho public generally that bo
has taken charge of this well'known and pooular
FlRST-i.LASS HOTEL, and hopes bv strict attontlon
to merit a full share of thc public patronage.
Thc celebrated Artesian Water Baths, hot, cold and
shower, ctn bo bad at all hours.
Ccaehe- with attentive porters arc always in readi?
ness to convey passengers to and from thc different
railroads and steamers- E. H. JACKSON,
January 13 Imo
BANK BILLS 1 BANK BILLS J
BANK ' ILLS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND
highest price paid, Uy
ANDR HW M. MORI-LAND.
Fcbtuarv 2 Bro'.er. No. S Broad-slrcot.
YOUR LIFE ASD PROPERTY.
THE CONNECTICUT UUTU.IL LIFE IV
OF HARrFORD, CONNECTICUT.
ASSETS and Surplus over.$24,000,OUO
DIVIDEND-, have averaged over 50 per cent an?
RESPONSIBILITY.-For every S1C0 of Liibilitics, lt
ho* Sin* of Assets.
PREMIUMS.-?ictes taken for 50 por cent, cf same.
NHW ENGL IND MUTUA L LIP E INSUR?
OF noero.-i, MASSACHUSETTS.
PREMIUMS.-Notes taken Cor 40 per cen*, of same.
DIVIDENDS paid annually on tho Contribution plan.
THE ASTRA FIRE INSURANCE CON.
THE IIAKTFOKB FIRE INSURANCE
THENORTH AMEKICAN FIRE INSUR?
TUE CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE
COS? PAN Y, *
TH h IRVING FIRE INSURANCES COM?
Mr. W. C. COUt'.lNi-Y, cf thc furn of W. C.
COURTNEY ?? CO , >.o 9 Boyeo & Co.'s Wharf, will,
lu co::ii' etiou wi h ibis Agency, tako risks oa COT?
TON, HICK AND PRODUCE generally.
?. H. HAYDEN,
No. Z7Z KING-STREET.
January 29 fmwSnio
USSKLI/S ROOK STORK.
Wr EELY LIST NEW BOOKS, ko.
TUE POiT AND TUE PALTER, or Gems of Art
and ?ong, with Dinety-niue lirg.: steel engrav?
ings, imperial evo. moroc o, ;20.
TENI-YSON'S ENID Illisti ited by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, in a i e eg.uit bindiug, 610.
TKN.NYS IN'S LOCKSLY HALL, Illustrated by Hennesy,
1 octavo, ;-;>.
GRAY'S FLEOY, with seventeen Bnrlv colored draw?
ings ami a pb mera pirie repreduciiou cf the
oriu'ntd manuscript, 4io $025.
V-'AYSIDE I'osiEb. origiual Po< m.- ul country lite,
odiicd by Robert Buchanan, with for.y-.even
illustrations. Ho $10
THE DUD, by .Mich lo:, Illustrated by mo hundred
and ten exquisite engravings b^ GlacomelU, SS.
CHRIST IN SONO, or Hymn ot DJ manuel, selccteo
irom all ages by Philip Schaff, D. D , bvo, cloth
gili extra, $6.
COWPER'S . ADLE TALK, and other Poems, beautl
juily illustrated by the moet ernie it English
A'lists. 1 voiuuie. 4to. S3.
t TORY WITHOUT AN END, from the German of Ca
rove, large 4io, with tifteen beautiful pic?
ture, lu lmitaiiou of water colors, $7 En.
CHRISTMAS CAROL, by charles Dickens, With thirty
Ulu-trations. by Eyliage, s mail 4 ociavo, $5.
SCOTIA'S BARDS, the choicest productions of the
Scottish loets, beautifully lUustrated, 6vo, $4.
MARMION, by Walter i-cctt, with fifteen photographic
iltu-trauon , $8.
LAYS UP THE HOLY LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-three illustiations, 8vo, :8.
i'HAM?tilts' BOOK OF I1 AYS a miscellany ol popular
aniiqttiiio-, two lareo volumes, r.,val 8vo, S9.
1 Le above ate all in elegant biudings.
Jami ny I lyr
jteflto, 3ftoeSj (?t?.
?AITW^S AWI) BAL?OKALS,
,TCS S RECEIVKD BY STEAMER
-I i I CASES FINK LADIKs' CLO l'H ELAST!J
JU ' GA HEB*, which we will 9ell from SI IC to
$1 CO best, wurib SQ. ?
Mao, a n;oe lot of i edies Morocca BALMORALS
from Si up. Au assortment ol Muses aud ?o\'*
SUOES, which wc caa sell at thc same pruportion,
namely, VKRY CHEAP.
Entra?e-1, us moro convenient, c?rner King and
Calhoun, or in Calhoun-street
Jauu;ryl8 mwlO iURCHGOTTBROS.
X. O. O. F.
SOUTH CAROLINA, LODGE NO. L
THE BEGULAB WEEKLY MEETING OP THIS
LODGE will be held THIS EVENING, et Seven
By order. F. W. CANNON,
Vi brcary 3 w Secretary,
LANDMARK LODGE, No. 76, A. F, M
THE MONTHLY COMMUNICATION OF
Landmark Lodge,"No. 76, A. F. RI., wlU be
held at the Masonic Hall, THU EVJCNENG, at
I seven o'clock.
The Arrear List .viii be read the third time. Mern
bers will take due notice, and govern themselves ac
cord ?n ?ly.
Candidates for F. C. Dernee will attend.
By order of the W. M.
W. H. PRIOLEAU,
February 3 Secretary.
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION,
AREGULA B COMMUNICATION OF THIS
T.odgo will bs held THIS (Wedne9davj EVES
rsa, at Seven o'clock. As business of importance
will be presented, the members will attend gener?
By order oi T. P. G. M.
E. E. BEDFORD.
February 3 1 Sccretaiy
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
THE RFGULAR MONTHLY MEEI INO WILL
be held at Se .en o'clock 'J HIS EV HMSO. Mern.
bera arc requested to be punctual.
By order of the President H. BAER,
February 3 1 Secretary.
G ICR 31 AN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
TBE MEMBERS ARE REMINDED THAT THE
Second Reading of the Arrear ' 1st will take
place at the Meeting THIS EVE S INO. at Seven o'clock.
JNO. A. BLUM,
February 3 Secretary.
WASHINGTON STEAM VIBE ENGINE
AN AJ'JOURNED MEETING OF YOUR COMPA
N? will bo held at your hall. THIS EVENINO,
tbe 3d inst., at Seven o'clock.
CHARLES Y. RICHARDSON.
February 3 Secretary W. F. Co.
TO RENT, DWELLING HOUSE IN
Cannon-street, North side, th'ec doors from
Ashley-street ; Kitchen a:tacho 1 to bouse, five
rooms and droning room. Servants room in yard.
Good well of water and cistern. Lot 37 by 14 > feet.
Rent to an approved tenant S350 per annum, paya?
ble mont-il v. Apply to
WILL AM G. WHILDEN & CO.,
February 3 1 No. 2J5 King-slrcet.
TO RENT, A SMALL TWO STORY
BRICK HOUs*. containing fix rooms; the
lot is large; a good well of water and cistern ate o'u
the premises. Airply in G REE NH ILL-SI? RE HT,
west side. Just below Trodd. 3* . February 1
.'|->0 RUNT, THAT DESIRABLE
X DWfLLING HOUSE. No. 90 Coming--tre'et,
containing seven square rooms, two attics, pantry,
kitchen, and ell nc?cs*ary outbuildings; immediate'
poa; ess io : given. F?.r particulars, spr-ly at No. 7
GEORGE- ?'i BRET. . sw January ll?
TO REAT, STORE No. 155 EAST BAY,
a good business stand, suitnblo for wholesale
purposes; extensive yard in roar of building.
For terms, apply tj
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Real Estate Agent, No. 27 Broau^sirect,
December 0 w
TO RENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD OK O ER.
Appiy at THIS OFFICE. October 28
(?rorrriu nub fllhttUnms.
BY KVEIIY f* TBA M Eil.
WM. S. CORWIN * CO. RECEIVE A FRESH
supply of CRACKERS and BISCUITS, Goshen
Butter, Flour, arc.
PICELES, KETCHUP. &c.
EXTRi LARGE PICKLES. IN BARRELS
Mushroom, Wainui, ami '1 ornato Kctchap
Devilled liam, in 1 lb. cans
Desiccated Codfish, In 1 lb. bcx?s
A supply of Keller's celebrated assorte 1 package
Candies. Just received nt tho
CO-OPERA I IVE GROCERY STORK.
Southwest corner Meedug and Mar ..ct streets.
Goods delivered tree January 30
PIN r APPLE?, QUINCE?', STRAWBERRIES,
Cherries, Apple But er, 1 omatoes, Green Cor^,
Green Peas, surcotasb, string Beans, ABparjgus,
Mushroom*, Truffles, in two and throe poun I cans,
at WM. 8. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
LOBSTER. MACKEREL, LITTLE NECK CUMS,
in one, t?o and three pound cans
Duvilfed Eutnmets-Hum, Turkey and Lobster, for
Pattes of Wild Game, Sardiuc?, Bref a la Mode. Tur
kov, Chic ??ft). Sausage Meat, in cace, of good
quality, at WM. S. COKWIri k CO.,
_No. 275 King-strict.
1 AKA BACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, DAILY
A* "t) \J cxi ceted bv steamer Golden Horn, and
lor sale by BUSBY CORIA Ac CO.
SPICES. SWEET ITERUs", RAISINS, CITRON,
Currants, Prunes. Dried spples, Brunelles,
P igs in boxes und drums, at 25, OCe cud $1 ; Pecans,
Basel and Hickory Nuts, Sofr Shell Almonds, con?
stantly on baud, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
COCOA, BREAKFAST COCOA. EROMA, UOMO
PATBIC Cocoa, a fre-'h supply at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
WHARTON & MOFFE1T,
WI OF FETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST DAY ?lREET.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING BV EVERY STEAM
ER. APPLES and POTATOES, Wi offer for
salo the lollowing varieties of Eating and Seed
Goodrich Seedling-PINK EYE
Western Red-Duck Eye
Chili 1 ol-Davin .?ocdliug
Peach Diow-Early Roso.
Parlies orJcnng for see I should do so at once, be?
fore the rivers and canals ure lrozcn up.
No. 115 West-street, New York.
J Mian G. MOI-FE IT,
No. 22 East Day street, Charleston.
December 30 3mo
CHOICE FULTON MARKET
JTIAMILY PIG PORK, MESS BZEF AND MESS
; POUK, Codfish, Yairnouth Boners, Dutch
Dening, ..anlelles. Mackerel, Pickled uni Snicked
r-a mou, H.i.ibut Fins, Sounds and Tongues, receiv?
ed every week, at WM. S. CORWiN A.- -'O.,
No. 275 Ki> g-strtet.
GENUINE SEE? POTATOES TU
Aii Kl Vt"..
FIVE HUNDRED BARRELS.
O A/1 HBLS. WESTERN RED POTATOES
i?UvJ 100 bbls. ChiU Red Potatoos
IOU bbls. Garnet: Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On board the schooners A. E Glover and .'ona;
fniith. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NBII L ?: ?ON,
December 29_No. 107 East Bay.
jLiAVl-' DI-I MON i? AK JD MAG
CHOICE BREAKFAST STRIPS, SMOKED AND
PICKLED iONGUES. Concentrated Beet" and
Pork, German bau age, at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
_ Ko. 275 Ki' g--treot.
PATENT AND P/ARL BARLEY, SAGO, TA
PIOUA. Maizena, Corn March. Arro* Rod,
Com'tock's National Food. Italian Micoaroul and
Vermicelli, Cox's Spukling and Cooper's Ge'atieo,
F eucn, Americau and Itussian Isi'-gloss, will be
found at WM. s. COKWIN 4 CO.,
No. 275 King-stroet.
PREMIUM FAMILY FLOU li,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, HEOKER'N SELF-RATS
ING Wheat and Pnckwbeat rbur. Rino Flour,
i-rcston & Merrill's iud Pioneer Yeas* Powder, Wor
cestei Hop Yeast HuSes, Cream Tartar, Soda. All of
the bast quality, at WM. S. CO h WIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
ENGLISH DURY. PINtfNpPLE. UDtU, SAP
SAGO, YOUNG AMKRTCA OBEESL-S, at
WM. S. CORWIN t CO,
I_Ko. 275 King-.-treot.
FHENCH, AMI RICAN A.?ND
CIDER VINE?AR,\VARR ANTED PURE
PRIME GOSHEN BUTTER, OF THE BEST \
quality, received every week; booking Butter,
Prime Leaf Lard, iu 3,5, to and 21 lb packages, and
in any quantity to suit purchasers, at
WM: 8. CORWIN & CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
?3r0?i?es 'cai ?itsctUmous.
QAAA BUSHELS P?ME WHITE MABY
Ov/Uvf LAND COBN.; Landing norn schooner
hi JJ orado, and for Bale .by _
80HEVEN & NISBET,
Februarys 3 Accommodation Whirf.
BLACK SEED OATS.
fTAA BOSSEL5 CHOICE- BLACK SEED OATS.
tf\J\J Just received and for sale by
February 2 2 JOHN CAMPSIN k CO. '
OQAA SACKd TO ABBTVE, PER CECILIA,
uO\JVJ from LlverpooL
For sa'e by B. T. WALKES,
february 1 3
CO Ali AFLOAT.
Ofif!T0NS SU PEBI OB BED ASH COAL,
JU\J\J C ;rgo of schooner Alexander Young, w?l
be eold-low while landing, by
H F BAEEB ft CO.,
Coal Yard, Cumberland-street.
BED AND BLACK CURRANT,
CBAB APPLE, QUINCE, BLACKBERRY AND
Calves' Feet Jelly, Guava Jelly, Preserved
Chow Chow. Peaches, Quinces. Limes, Raspberries,
in g'ass. Brandy Peaches, Gages, Apricots, Pie
Fruits, for sale at
WM. 8. COBWIN ft CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
CHOW CHOW. ONIONS, CAULIFLOWER, W.?L
. NU I'S; Mushroom, Walnut and Tomato Cat?
sups; Worcestershire. John BuB, Tndia Scy, Paoli,
Reading Sauces; i sseoce of sin imps and Anchovies,
Anchovy Paste, Curry Powder, Salad Dressing, at
_No. 275 King-street
BOKER'S, HOSTETIER'S, BUSS' ST. DOMIN?
GO, Stoughton BI 1 Tr RS nVj
Drake's Plantation Bitters, 91 per bottle, $11 per
case, at_WM. 8. CcBWIN ft CO.
CURACOA, KRUMMELL. AbSINTHE, CHAR?
TREUSE, Creme de Ment hos, Rose, Canelle,
Hoyan. Parfait Amour, Huile dc VoniUe.
For sale by WM. 8. CORWIN ft CO.,
_No. 275 Kltig.itreet.
ATTENTION, TE SMOKERS !
IF YOU DESI ll E TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAR, collat No. 8dMAR?
KET-SIR hET, where you will find now open for
inspection the largest and most se ect stock oi Curara
ever Imported to this market, 'and which wc offer at
a pries that will satisfy all demands.
Wholesale and Retail, by
SAYAS de MARINAS,
January 1 wa No. 80 Market-street
SEED RICE FORSALF.
CONSISTING OF LOTS OF CHOICE, PRIME
and Good, and In quantlUes to suit purcha?
sers. JAMB? R. PRINGLE,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
i January 18 m wit? No. 6 Adger*s North Wharf.
VIRGIN OIL OFAIX.
LUCCA OIL, CAPERS, SPANISH AND FRENCH
Olives. Olives Farcie*. Anchovies.
Congress, Kissingen and Vichy Waters, at
WM. 8. CORWIN ft CO.,
_ No. 275 King-street.
VE CLirQUOT, PON'ARDIN. MOCK ft CHAN
DON'? Imperial, M mum's Private Stock, Cabi?
net Verzenay, Dry Siller y and Vorz.-nay, warranted
genuine, and for sale by
. WM. S, CORWIN ft CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
ESALAS, AGENT FOR THE OHARLESTOfl
, Branch of the Havana Segar Factory, "Aa'
Valentina," would respectfully invite the attention
oPdealers and smokers to bis very largo stock of
HAVANA AND DOME3TT0 s EG AK 3, of uU grades
and Fixes, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to be as represented.
Sample boxes sent to tho country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C. O. D., or 30 days' city accep?
No. IIS EAST BAY-STREET,
CU ARLESXON, S. C.
August 21 mwfBmo
SATIN GLOSS, PEARL AND
FIG, BUTTON AND LIQUID BLUEING, SOAP3.
Candles, at WM. 8. CORWIN ft CO..
No. 275 King-street
1 AA ? s DARRELS CHOICE PINK EYE PLANT
LUvU ING POTATOES.
For sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.
January 29 DJ C 12
GODARD'S COUTBY, JOHNSTON'S MEDOO,
St. Loubos, Branderburg Freres. St. Julien
Medoc, Chateaux. Margaux, Chateau Yynem, Hock
bo; wer, Lanbeuheimor, Haut H uterne, Cham ber tin,
Nuits, Clos de Vougeot, or direct importation.
For sale by WM. a. CORWIN ft CO..
_No. 275 King-street
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA,
GENUINE MOCHA, LAGUAYBA, PRIME RIO
C on EEs. Constantly on hand, Parched and
Ground Java Coffee, warranied pure, hy
Wal. 8. CORWIN ft CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
JEFFREYS', BASS', ALLSOP'S, MUIR ft EO?fc*
and Tennent's ALES. Imported recently and
WM. S. COBWIN ft CO.,
No. 276 King-street
A supply of PHIIADELPHIA PORTER, ia pinta.
SUGAR HOUSE AND GOLDEN
"XTEW ORLEANS AND MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
1> at WM. S. CORWIN ft CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
LIQUID BENNETT, ORANGE FLOWER WA
TER, Rose Water, Celery and Caraway Seed,
Mock lurtle, Ox Tail a id i ornato Soup, Borden's
Concentrated rxtract of Beef, iourtelot's Essence
of Beet, for s mps and invalids. Po - sale at
WM. b. CORWIN' 4 CO.,
_No. 276 Kiug-street.
SALT. BAGGING, &c.
KA A Si CK* LIVERPOOL SALT
OUU '5 bales Dundie Bagging
20 bates e> un cy Clo tu
10 hhds. Haem sides and Shoulders
50 bois. Crushed and Coffee sugars
50 bbs. S. H. MoT sa.-a
IOU boxes Soap, variou s brands
Tobacco, Candles. Flour, Rice, ftc.
For Sile by BAVENEL ft HOLMES,
No. 177 East Bay,
January ll Imo Opposite Accommodat-on Wharf.
FR O IVE FEANCE.
RECEIVED PER BARK. AD311R AL, CE?
CILIUS, FROM HAVRE, AT JACKV
O AA CASE? FRENOH BEER, OB BIP.RB
Genuine French . laret Wine, Cognac Brandy
A VARIETY OF FRENCH GOODS.
ALSO, IN STORE,
30 cases GENUINE ENGLISH ALE, in pints, and a
variety of Choice Liquors
10 kegs Choice Malaga Grapes.,
Assorted FRUITS, Guava Jelly, Nuts
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
Domestic and Havana Cigars, Pipes, ftc, ftc.
For sale by
JOHN B. TOGNI,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF MARKET-STREET.
jg B W A ll D DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. SH Warren-street,
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE of all kinds ot MtEoH NBISE. Boots,
Shoes. Hats, Ca s and Trunks ui,d Straw Goods a
Consignment of all kinds of Staple Artlcles;anfJ
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late of Charleston. 8. C.
Weekly Price Currents sent free by post
January 28 ' 6mos