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-Gold closed in Ne w York at 35?.
-Cotton in New York closed active and
at29$a30c. Pales 6800 bales.
-Cotton in Liverpool olosed buoya
lands 12d.; Orleans 12}al2id. Sales
-The Bank of England prints 28,00
notos every day.
-Niblo's Garden made the mos* mc
anv theatre in New York last year-$859,
-President Johnson, it is said, will
Conservative candidate for Governor ii
nessee this year.
-Tbe Hon. Thomas B. Florence, cx-m
of Congress, died ia Washington on Sal
-The Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle and Se
says that the cotton crop of that Sta
yield-from thirty to forty million doll
_ -Mr. Moorhead, of Pennsylvania, intro
a very stringent bill m the House of Rep!
ta?ves, on Friday, providing for the I
security of hie and property from toe da
of kerosene, cr .il oil, crude petroleum
-The population of Memphis, .""ennt
was estimated at sixty thousand three
ago. A late census returns but thirty
thousand. The decrease is attributable t<
terrible condition of Tennessee under Bi
low ai'd tho ucgro rule.
-The vealihieat heiress in Russia is .
Gagarin, the daughter of a Moscow merci
whose fortuue is estimated at ono hun
million roubles. Tho young lady is his
daughter, well educated and good lool
Among her suitors aro nearly all ibo soi
- the most aristocratic Russian boyars.
-San Francisco can claim to have tho gi
est variety of religious worship of any cit
the land. Not only has ita Chinese ten
but a Ore ot; church began its pubfic s<
ces there on the last I bured iy in Aug
There are about one thousaud members of
church in California, emigrants from Rut
Their number will doubtless be increased f
Alaska, where the Greek religion prevails.
-Wc learn from the Jewish Messenger I
tho ceremony of initiating into the Abraha
Covenant the youngest son of "Mr. Simon W
at Washington, last week, was attended
General Badeau a3 tho representativo of C
eral Giant, Senators Paterson and Willia
Representatives Bingham, Boutwelt, Budei
Tennessee, Cul lom, Ord and Judd, Gem
Jeffries, Register of the Treasury, Mr. A
Solomons, and quito a number of officers in
Treasury and State Departments.
-I hero is very good authority for tho st?
mont that, in a conversation of General Gi ai
the other evening, at his residence, ho ?ma
'ed that ho had made up his mind upon
Cabinet, but that as yet tho persons whom
should invito to accept positions had bc
given no infmitions of his intentions. M
Grant remarked, ''That is more than you ha
ever told me. General." He answered, "Y
more than I have ever told any one yet."
number of feelers were then thrown out, t
all failed to elicit any bints upon that subje
-A Washington letter to tho Baltimore G
zette says : "While there is groat uncertain
prevailing aa to who will and who will not
invited into General Grant's Cabinet, there
good authority for saying the Cabinet wh
formed will include a Southern man. This h
been pretty definitely settled, though it is u
ceriain what department of tho governmei
maybe entrusted to ms keeping. Tho gent!
man now in General Grant's eye is one of ti
most distinguished jurists of the country, an
one whose ability and experience would wc
fit bim for any station to which Lc may bc at
signed. It is <ilso believed that General Gnu
has determined upon tbe other members t
his Cabinet, but wit: not mako known bis choic
even to the gentlemen themselves until afu
the Presidential vote bas beeu counted and b
has been officially notified of his election."
-Considerable comment is mado on th
unanimity with which the Bouso passed th
constitutional amendment guaranteeing th
right of suffrage to the negroes North as wei
as South. A Wnshiugton telegram says: "Thi
action, it will havo beon observed, was clean,
in the teeth of the Chicago platform, by whicl
the people of thc Woatern Slates wero ifueatci
out of their vote?, lt would even yel bo uusai
to predict tho fate of this m .veinont in tin
Senate. I this morning dosed* wat bed fbi
public and private sigi<s, and should be incl?n
ed (o tho belief that the measure would fat.'
if I had not so often been deceived iu refera.et
to the fit al sct.on of tho men now relied upon
for its defeat. Tho samo ?craark is applicable
to the States which have heretofore voted down
negro 6uffrare. Tho hallucination which sectus
to have taken full possession of tho lort* mind
about tl' 3 retro will have to como to the pome
of downright delirium uefore anv healthy reac?
tion can lake place. A leading Radical desir?
ed to-night that the Statos uf Ohio and Michi?
gan would at this moment reverse their for?
mer vote if an opportunity oould be afforded
-The Ha?lon Brothers have opened a new
volcoipede institute in New York. Thus thc
Herald describos s une remarkable riding :
"Once the entire floor was cleared, r.nd Mr.
Frederick Hanlon entered tue ring on thc
back ol a velocipede. Ho tell, also, but it ap?
peared more as if he desired only to experi?
ment upon the floor, to see how hard a man
may &U without hurting hims If. Gue of tho
velocipedes he used was broken, but there
seemed to be any quantity in reserve and pre?
pared fer his evolutions. In truth it must bo
said that Mr. Frederick Haulou us jd this two
wheeled instrument as any experienced circus
rider would ? borse*. Ho cajoled it, aud if
went 'hko blazes;' he sat upon it ere BS wis 3 and
end wu e; ho worked it with h. j legs, and thou
be didn't work it at all, and it went still; ho
stood upon it, fie knelt upon it, he pas.-ed be?
tween two chairs und took them up and balanc?
ed tin. ni. and e.iii ho went on... He went up an
inclined plano at au auglo of forty-five degii os
and down ut another ang.o of twenty-five* de?
grees; he pubed of his coat while running
along a: a 2:iJ rate, and he put lt on agaiu,
working h.s velocipede ?vith two feet, with ono
foot and willi no foot at all."
-Much anxiety ha* been felt in l iverpool in
respect to the foundering of the ship Southern
Empire, v Lieh was supposed to have founder?
ed with all on board on the night of the 21st of
December. The Southern Empire, under com?
mand of Captain S. Dunlop, left New Orleans
for Liverpool on the 11th of November, with
a very valuable cargo, amongst which were
3699 bales of cotton. On tho 21st of
December* the Southern Empire was fallen
in with by tho ship Aurora Australis, in lati?
tude 44 N., longitude 25 W. There was a strong
gale blowing at the time, accompanied with a
very high sea. Captain I odd, of the Aurora
Australis, bore down towards tho ship, and
shortened sail. During the night a/Tearful
gale sprang up from the west, and tho Aurora
Australis labored tremendously, the enormous
seas breaking over the vessel continually, and
tho pumps continually working. At eight
o'ebek the next morning nothing could be seen
of the Southern Empire, and Captain Todd
carno to the conclusion that she must have
gone down during the night, with all on board.
On Saturday last, however, a telegram was re?
ceived in Liverpool from Cardin", stating that
Captain Dtnlop and one half of the crew of the
Southern Empire bad reached that port, and
that the remainder, with tho exception of one
man, who had been drowned, were on board
the Dutch bark Horm an io, and would no doubt
be landed at Madeira.
THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1869.
The Case of Oxercnd, Gurney ?fe Co.
There can hardly be a commercial city
in the world whose business men are not
familiar with the name of Ovcrend, Gurney
& Co., the late celebrated bill-discounting
firm of London-a house, in its particular
lino of business, unsurpassed in the mag?
nitude of ils transactions. After the re?
tirement of Mr. Samuel Gurney and Mr.
David 'Barklay Cbtipman, the conduct of
the business fell upon f . former junior
partners, Mr. John Henry Gurney, Mr.
Henry Edmond Gurney, and Mr. Robert
Birkbeck. These younger men, released
from the shrewd control of their late senior
pariners, appear to have launched out into
gignutic operations of the wildist and most
speculative character, which operations, it
is gravely asserted, so far from showing a
profit, resulted io amavcrage loss of ?G00,
000 per annum during the few years the
business was in their hand?, thus reducing
this formerly prosperous concern to asiate
of hopeless insolvency.
It was at this time that thc mania for
limited liability companies was exercising
surv away over Ihe English mercantile
mind; and the firm of Overend, Gurney k
Co , afttV consultation with their immedi?
ately interested friends and relatives, de?
termined to convert their business into a
company of this description. Their good
name was as yet totally untainted, and
their business was believed, in English com?
mercial circles, to be a highly lucrative one.
They sold the good will of their business to
a company governed by a board of direc?
tors chosen from among their own friends
and connections, for the sum of ,?5 000,000, j
stipulating that they should remain as the <
managing conductors of the business at a
salary of ?5000 a year each. Thc now .
company began its existence on the 1st of <
August, 18G5, taking over all the liabilities
and assets pf thc old firm. These liabili?
ties, at the date of the transfer cf the bus
iuess to the new company, were ia respect 1
of monies borrowed on security of bills of 1
exchange and other documents, ?0,000,000;
to unseoured creditors, on deposit and
drawing acoount, ?5,000,000; and contin- }
gent liabilities, in thc shape of bills redis- \
counted, guaranteed, &c, ?9,000,000; a ]
total liability of ?23,000,000. Their tssets
consisted of ?500,000 cash and government t
securities; bills and promissory notes in 1
h ?md, ?1,300,000, and also in the hands of i
creditorP; ?8,500,000; advances and loans ?
granted by the firm, ?700,000; cash and j
doubtful debts, ?4,200,000; and lastly, bills l
redi8counted, ?9,600,000; or a total of ]
nearly ?24,000,000. But these bad and *
doubtful debts really represented losses, as e
thsy were due by persons notoriously t
worthless and bankrupt. In the books of J
thc new company they were carried to what t
was termed in the general ledger "Over- !
"end, Gurney & CJ., suspense and guaran?
tee account," and thc sum of ?4.213,896
was placed lo the" debit of tho old firm. Of .
these bad debts, thc first on the list is the s
Royal Mail Steamship Company (in liqui- j
dation), for ?Si>7,0C0, tho sale of whose
steamships has only realized ?100 000; then
come two merchants, who bad failed, one '
owing ?17 000, the other ?54,000; ihe J
Greek and Oriental Steam Company, which
had failed years before with no assets,
?144,000; Mr. Thnmas Howard, a penniless ]
bankrupt, ?"330,000 (though bc bus made '
affidavit that his debt is only ?2000);
Charles Joyce, bankrupt. ?78,000; John 1
Junes, bankrupt, ?22 000; K-lson, Tritton '
& do., o.tikrupis, $291,000; J. E. C. Coch.
$243.000 ('hough Mr. Coch's solicitor as- '?
seilet! iu court that Mr. Cooh had no ac?
count with them): tho Levant and Black Sea :
Steiini Company $38 000 (utterly bankrupt
mid in liquidation); Lawrence & Fry, .
$148 000 (no iissets whatever); David Leo- 1
poid Lewis, $011 000 (had failed four times -i
aud is now dead); Millwall Iron Works, 1
$510.000 (failed, and the assets utterly
worthless); aud many others of a like char- |
acter for different amounts. It is needless <
to say that these details did not appear in
the published prosper! us which invited the
public to subscribe to the capital of $5,000,
000 with which the new oompany proposed
to commence operationa.
Such w.?:i the high repute in which the i
name of Overend, Gurney & Co. was held, \
the firm having been in existence for the
best part of a century, that the shares were
readily taken by the public; and, although
only fifteen pounds per share out of the
fifty pounds per share capital had been
o died up, they rapidly advanced to nine
pouuds premium. Eight mouths after this
new company was established, it stopped
payment on thc 10 h May, I860, and pro?
duced by its stoppnge thc severest commer?
cial panio that has ever been witnessed in
London. Thc unhappy shareholders, uu
der the English law of Limited Liability,
have all been compelled to contribute their
quota, uccordit g to the number of shares
held by them, toward the liquidation of the
company's debts. The company has been,
in liquidation nearly three years, and the
shareholders have, within the last few
months, through the tortuous windings of
the English Court of Chancery, arrived at
the real state of the eld firm's position, viz:
that at the time they sold their business to
the new company they were really insol?
vent to the extent of ?3,000,000. They
have, therefore instituted legal proceedings
against the old firm and the new directors
for fraud and conspiracy, and it would ap?
pear, so far as the trial has gone, that they
have a strong prima facie case; inasmuch as
the new directors were fully aware of the
worthless character of the assets included
in the sum of ?4,213,895, bad and doubtful
debts purchased by the new company from
the old firm, and that they suppressed this
fact in the official prospectus of thc new
company which they issued.
Another Good Sign.
The Kuoxville correspondent of the New
York Times, writing under date of January
25th, says: An omnibus railroad bill is now
pending ia the Legislature appropriating
more bonds to our unfinished railroads.
Our Knoxville and Kentucky and Knoxville
and Charleston roads are named in the bill,
and the amount designated for each of them
($450,000), will be about sufficient to com?
plete them, which will be of incalculable
benefit to Kuoxville. We will then be thc
great crossing point of the national high?
ways from the Atlantic to the Mississippi,
and from the Ohio to the Gulf. This bill
will no doubt pass, as its friends confidently
TnE AUGUSTA CONSTITUTIONALIST ?B au?
thorized to state that the Hon. John P.
King, President of the Georgia and West
Point and Atlanta Railroads, will pass from
Augusta to West Point, and return, such
editors or proprietors of newspapers as de?
sire attending the Mobile Convention. It
is requested of all representatives of the
press that they bring with them tuch cre
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of a child. Oood recommouda'ions r-quir?
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tared. Apply at So. 21 MKEt'lN G-sTKE K I.
Feb. nary 4 2
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WAI. SHEPHEUL?, No. 45 Wtmtworth-streot.
ll'AMED, A PARTIM bl It, WI I H $1000
VV capital, to plant Sea Island Cottee, and to buy
tlJtc in tue fe.isou Lands fine. Terms libral,
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February 3 2*
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:orocr Church ami Chairaer?-sirecis.
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?VRITER OF SKETCHED. POETRT, .Vc Address
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l GENTS WANTED.--S75 TOS200 PEK
J\. month, or a commission irom which twice
hui amount can be ir. .de by Felling the latest im
irovod COMMON SENSE FAMILY >F.l\ 1NG MA
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3. BOWKK.8 k CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
Phila iclphia, Pa. 3mo December 6
WANT KO. AGKNTS.975 TO $20u PUK
month, everywhere, male and female, to in
roduce Ino uopulue improved COMMON StNSE
TAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This machine will
ilitch, bom, fell, tuck, quilt, cold, bhtd, bralu and
iinbroidT tn a mott superior manner. Prien only
tis. Fully wai ranted lor five years. Wo will pay
ilOCO ter any machine that will sow a xtronccr, more
leautiiUl. or more olastic seam than ours. It makes
he "Elastic Lock Stitch " Every ecooud stitch caa
)o cut, and stilt thc cloth cannot bc pulled ap r:
vithout tearing lt. \\ o pay atenta from $7S to 4200
ter month and cicpcns-.s, or a commission from
vhlch tw'cc that amount can bu mude. Address
. fc.rO.UB k CO., Pltti-burg, Pa.; Ruston, Mass., or
it. Louis, Mo.
CAUTION.-Do not bo imposed uj on by other par?
ios palming off worthless cast iron machine!*, under
he siuie DJUIO or of omise. Cur.- ia the only eoun
uo and really practical cheap machine ruanufic
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m the snub side . f Iradd-strcpt, between Meeting
uri Church streets, contatnii g seven rooms a:id
Iressiig "ooms, cistern, aud al?necassary ou build
ugs. ro." terms, emily ">
Ut ?."'i's k MACBl-HH,
February 4 wm2 No. 30 Broad-.-treet
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S t Ott IL m tho corner ot Doughty end Lucas
itreet*. Rout low to a good teuaut. Applv al No.
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Lv^D CO TUN Pi ANTATIONs in Chr.si Church
Parish, ton milu<iroiu Mouut Pleasant, on thc sea
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Juiiuary lt! Ktutti
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STEAM ENGINES KOR ?.ALJ? CH KAP,
if applied lor iinmediatolv
ill One 12 borso Poitablo ENGINE
(li One l-iiorso Portable Engiau.
;i) One 8-horse-powcr ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMKHON. fURKLLY k i O.,
Sortuoast corner Meeting and Cumlx-rland-slreetv.
J ii nu arv 15
Til K COPARTNERSHIP H KEETO
FORE exiting under the name and style of
EKCKMANN & MuKB. is hereby dissolved by mu?
tual rou ?eu t. Mr. HERMA <? U. MILE K is a'one au?
thorized to coll-ct oil du?s new owing to thc
C. C. BROKMANN.
HERMAN D. MEIER.
Charh ston, February 1, lm'j.
THP UNDER* IGN'FD HAS THIS HAY 'OLD TO
Mr. WILLIAM UFF?R UK BOT the CHARLESP N
LR Z KM UNG. thc materials and all ou'standibu'
accounts. Mr. TJI FEIIUARDT or his agents lone
arc authoiized lo collect and rec -?pt tor thesa-ne.
HERMAN D. MEI til!.
Chavh'stor, February 1. 1800.
THE CVDF.R'-IGXED HAS FROM THIS fHY
Rs-umeri tho proprietorship ot thu CILiBLEsT^NEIi
ZHIL'NG (a Gc man H uii-wo lily Nowspapp.-,.
Pro les or GERMAN I). M .. Ir fl con.inuoe as E i
tor. WILLI KM UFi' ERH ^ltD r.
arleston, February 1, lS->i>.
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CAMPBELL & SEABROOK. Lawvors,
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JAME? B. CA MP B I'LL.
MCMILLAN KING. January 1
OF? ICE OF UDOLPHO. WOLFE.
Solelmptnter oftheSchiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
Aie 83 Beavcr-street.
KEW YORK, November 3. 18C8.
To thc People of the Southern States :
WHEN THE F?RE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely known as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was inroduced into, the world under
tho 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 uscfu^
preparations. He, tbereforo, endeavored to invest ii
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate lt diffi?
cult and dangerous. It was submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all the leading practitioners in
tho United States, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation and a
report of thc result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of the most eminent medical men In
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Sucb
preparation, thoy said, had lone been wanted by
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on tho
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
more or lesB adulterated, and therefore nnSt for
medical purposes. The peculiar ex. ellence and
strength of the oi of juniper, wnich formed one of j
thc principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
with an unalloyed character of tho alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, in the estimation of tho faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant as a diuretic, tc nie and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials Irom professional
mcu of the highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bo! tie of the
Schnapps, as one of tba guarantee;* of its genulne
nc?s. Other precautions against fraud were idso
adopted ; a patent was obtained for thc article, the
label was copyrighted, a Jae timile of tho proprietor's
autograph signature was attached to each label and
cover, his name and that of the preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and the corks were scalod with
bis private seal. No article had ever boen sold in
this country under tho name of Schnapps prior to
thc introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1831; and thc label was deposited, as
his trade mark, in tho United States District Court
for the Southern District of Now York during that
It might be supposed by persons nnarquainted
with thc d iring character of thc pirates who prey
upon thc reputation ot houorablo merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that tho pro?
tections so carefully throwu around those .Schnapp?
would have precluded the introductions and sale ol
counterfeits. They seem, bowover, ouly to have
stimulated tho rapacity of impostor-". The trade
mark ol th proprietor has been stolon; the iudorsc
.mont which his Schiedam Aroniatio Schnapps olone
received from tho medical professuou has becu
claimed hy mendacious humbugs; his labels and
Hollies have been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulars copied, and worso iban all,
di&bnnorablo retailers, niter dis] wi np, of thc ccnulne
conteats of his bottles, have Ailed them up with
common gin, thc mo.it deleterious of all liquors, aid
thus made bia name and br md a cover for poison.
1 ho public, tbc modical profession and the sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, oro equally iutcresto I with the
proprietor in thc detection sud suppression ol' these
nefarious piacticcs. The genuine ai tide, mauuiac
tured at the establishment of the OHdmigned in
Schied a rn, Holland, is disiilled Iron a barley of thu
fluent qa iii ty, and flavored with au essential extract
ol'the berry of tho Italian ju. lp*-, of unequalled pu
'?ty. Ry a process unkuowu in the preparation of j
my other liquor, it is treed from every acrimonious
Complaints have beru received from tho lending
phys cians and families in tho Southern States of |
th* sale of cheap imitations of thc Schiedam Aro?
matic t-'ebnipps in those inarkuie; and travellers,
who are in tbc habit ol using it as an antidote to thc
baneful influence of unwholesome river water, les
ify that cheap gin, put ap iu Schiedam bottles, is
nqucutly palmed off upon tho unwary. Thc
agent- of tho undersigned havo beou requested to
institute inquiries on th* st bje<-t, aud to forwaid to
him the names of such parties as they may asccr
iu lo bc engaged in the atrocious system of decep?
tion, lu conclu?-ion. (ho undersigned would gay that
bo bas produced, from under tho haods of the met
distingu? .lieu men ol' scieni c ia America, proofs un
answerable of thc purity and niouicin.il excel?
lence ol' the Schiedam Aomatic Pelmet ps ; that
he has expended, rainy thousand dollars iu sur?
rounding it with guarantee* and safeguards, which
he designed should protect tho public and himself
against fraudulent imitations; that Ue has shown it
to bo thc only liquor in tho world that eau be uni?
formly depended upon a< unadulterated; th it ho has
challenged iuvesligatioh, analysis, comparison aud
experiment in all its forms; and ?rom every ordeal
the preparation whi.hbcars his name, seal aud trade
mark, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
it a duty be owes tn hw lellow-citiz.-ns, gouorally, to
thc medical prolcseion and thc sick, to denounce
and expose the charlatans who couuterlcit theso evi?
dencie* of identity, and bo calls upon the press and
the public to aid him in his efforts to remedy so great
Tho following letters and certificates from tbc
leading physicians and ehernst< ot this city will
provo to tho roadcr that all goods sold by the under?
stand oro all that they aro lepre outed lo be.
I ieol bound to say, that I regard your Selina ips
as being in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all event?, it is
the purest possible articio of Liol.mid Oin, h. retc
lore uuobtainable. and UH bitch may bo safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MO CT, U. D.,
Pharma cen I lea I Chemist, New York.
20 I'INK-SXBEET, NEW YOKE, )
November 21, ISC". J
UDULPUO WOLFF, Esq., Fretful:
Dear ?'ir-1 have ma ie a chemical oruulnition Of
a sample of your Schiedam .-cbnapps, with elie in?
tent of detcrinmiug if nuy lor- ign or injurions sub?
stance had been added to lh< simple distilled spirits.
The examination hus resulted iu tito concludion
that HIP sample contained no prisono..? or harmiul
udraixturo. I have i CeU uaablc to discover auy
trace oi tho deleterious nubstauoe* wich uro oui
ployed in tho adulteration ol' liquors, I would not
IICM tate to uno m y .-elf or ta reconnut nd to others,
tor medicinal purpos-s, ?ho Schiedam Schuapp3 as
au excellent and unobjectionable variety ol gm.
Vory respectfully yours,
(Hgnod,) * CHAS. A. SEEDY, Chemist.
NEW YOEE, No. 53 CEDAK-STIIEKT. I
November 20, 18G7 J
UDOLPHO WOLFE, Esq.. Preseml :
Dear Sir-! have submitted to chemical unolvsls
two bottlvH ol "/chiodam Schnapps," which 1 took
from a fresh package iu your bon .ed warehouse, anu
find, as before, that the spirituous liquor is ireo
trout injurious ingredients or falsification; that it
hus the marks ot bnug aged and uot recently pre?
pared oy nicehauioal admixture of alcohol and aro
Respectfully, FttED. F. MAYFR,
NEW YOUK, 1 ucsday, May 1.
UDOLPHO WOLFE, ESQ. :
Dear Sir-Tho waul ol' pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes ha* been long felt by Ute pro?
fession, and thousands of lives have boen sacrificed
by the usc ot adulterated articles. Di-lirium tremens.
and othf r diseases o. the oraln and in rvoa, KO rife
iu this country, aro very rare tu Europe, owing, iu a
great dearer, to the oitfereuce n the puiityof the
We have tested the several artichs imported and
sold by you. mc uditig your Oin. wai. h you seil un?
der the name of Aromatic .-chicdam '*elinapp.s, which
we consider justly ei.ttiled io the high reputation it
has acquired in this country; aud from your long ex?
po ioncc as a foreign importer, your Hottled Wines
aud Liquors should meet w tu the same demand.
We would recommend you to ap; omi soino ot the
respectable a^thcjarios in different parts of th* city
ae agents fur ihc sate of your Brun .aus ..jiu Wines,
wnero ihn profession can obtain the name when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wi.-hing you success ia y i.ar cow enterprise,
wo reinaiii, your obedient ?ervaiilf,
VALENTINE MOT!'. M. D-, Profacsor ol Surgery,
University Med'cal College1, New ?o:k.
J. II. CAUNOCHAN, M. D.. Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Surgeou-iu . bivi' lo tho stale- Hospital,
kc. No. ll ta*t sixteeut .-street.
LEWI-. A. SAS"Rt, M. 1., No. 1\) > Broadway.
U P. DE WE li-, M D . No. 791 t roadway
JOStPH WOR-STElC. il D., ?o l!4 Ninth-street.
NELSON si ELL E. M. D , N?. ?7 Qloukoraircet.
JOHN O'lttUii.Y, M. D., No. Ut)Fourth sir. ot
15. 1. RAPHAL!. M. D.. Pruf-Ttfor ul the Principles
aud Practica ot sur ery, New ?ora Metlicai Col?
lege, kc, No. Ol Niuiu-treet, and otuert?.
The proprietor also offers for salo.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUOKS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for me
d ici rial use. Each bottle has bis cori ??cate orita pu?
November ll 3 mos
JJ OT SUPPER
IN AID OP THE
CATHOLIC CHAPEL IN AIKEN, ft
THE LADIES OP THE CATHOLIC CONGREGA?
TIONS of the City, d?sirons to aid the Bight Dev.
Bishop PERSICO to erect a Missionary Chapel in
Aiken, will give a HOT SUPPER AND REFRESH?
MENT ENTERTAINMENT in
Evenings ef tuc lit, 2d, 3d and 4th of |
In connection with the entertainment, there will
also he offered FOR SALE AND RAF? LE A FINE
COLLECTION OF USEFUL AND FANCY ARTI?
The Hall will bc openod overy evening from 6 to
PEICE OF ADMISSION :
Single Tickets.,25 cents.
Single Season tickets.50 cents.
Family Season Tickets .$1 00
E. F. SW FEG AN,
Chairman Committee cf Arrangements.
psi attn /?ntt?.
LOST. A LARGE \ElVFOl'XBLA AD
DOG. The finder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving him at No. 52 TRADD-sTREET.
Jr ebruary 4 . 1
il ot icc 5 tn panhrnntrn.
I, THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
JANUARY TEBM, 18G9.-IN J HE MATTER OF
F. A. 1 RADEWELL, OF GLARES!).** COUNTY.
BANKRUPT.-PKTII ION FOR FUL.. AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That I
heat Lng be had on thc TENTH DAT OF MARCH,
1869, at Federal Ceurthsu-e in Charleston, S. C..
and that all creditor?, kc, af slid Bankrupt appear
r. t said time and place, aud show causo, it any th- _
can, why thc pruyer of thc petitioner should not be
granted. And that thc second aud third meetings of
creditors ol said Bankrupt will bc held at the office
ot J. C. CARPENTER, Esq, Registrar of ?ocond
>Co?gr'8=ioral District, S. c., on the NINTH HAT OF
MAI.en. 1869, at 12 M.
Bv ordor of tho Court, tho 3d day of February,
I8C9. DAM?L EORLBECK,
Clerk of thc District Court of the U. S. for s. C.
February 4 tb3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. POR THE DISTRICT
SOU TH CAROLIN A-IN TUE M AT HR OF
MA . HEW BYRD. BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
PEI 11 ION FOR AHJUDICATION OF. BANK
HUP IVY WA? FILED ON THE 31ST DAY OF
DECEMBER, A. D. ISM, LA SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY -This is to give i.olice that on tho
TW?NTT-THIHD DAT OF JANUARY A. D. 1SG9, a War?
rant in Bankruptcy was issued against tho Estate of
MA ?HEW BYRD, of Darlington, and state ol South
Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his
own petition; that tho payment of any delfts and de?
liver}' ot any pioptrtv belon?r?n-.? to sai I Bankrupt, to
lum ur for h.s uv.-, and tho truster of auy prop--. iy by
him aro forbidden bylaw; that a rosctlos of the
Cr. di toi s of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debti>,
ami ls choose ono or more Asi-ignoea of .his Estate,
will bc held at a Court ol' Bankruptcy, to be bollon
at No. 72 Broad-ircet. Clinrlcston, south Carolina,
before J. C. CARPI-NTER, Registrar, on thc'TENTH
DAT OK FEDnrjAiiY, A. D. 13G9, at 1 o'clock P. M.
J. P. M. Er-l'INO,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
February 4 1
IN TIIK DISTRICT COURT OK '?HIS
UMTED .?T>TfcS, FOR THE DLSl'ItfCT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THK MATTE? OF
JiiHN C. KbNNEUi.Y, BANKRUPT.-IN B*NK
HUPrOY.-To tchum il nwty Concern:-The nude .
sk'ited hsrebv pfvaa notice of his appointment
as Assigne of JOHN C. KENNEBI.Y, m the Dis?
tinct of Orangcburg uni sta'o of>ou h Carolina,
wirbill s-.ia divlrict. who has been adj udged a bank?
rupt upou his petition, by thc District i ourt of said
Dated thc 26th day ol January, A. D. 1809.
C." B. GLOVEB,
January 28 th: I Asignco.
GAS STOCK WAISTED.
APPLY TO GEORGE D CONNOR,
At Underwriter's Agency, Broad-strcct.
1- ebruary 4 1
(MY AND BATS STOCKS
APPLY TO JAMES M. SHA CK ELFORD,
Broker, No. ll Broad-strcct.
February 4 3
I5AINi? DILLS ! BANK BILLS t
ANK PILLS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT A^ D
highest price paid, cy
A NOR H. WM. MO Rt-LAND.
February 2 Bro'.er, No. 8. Broad-street.
BANK OF LIVERPOOL.
DRAFTS AT SIGHT ON THE ABOVE BANK, IN
sums to suit purchasers, mr sale by
G. A. TRENHOLM fe SON.
January 30 stuth."
NEW Y 0 il K
FOR SALE BY
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS * CO.
Si io io t-311 ss I.TOIA H. JOYE wu.i,
open .i SCH?'Ol, on MOVDAY, February 8'h. for
( hildron, and will also instruct a class of Young Li
dies, at 1er resideneo No. 5 KiN.-i-VTBEEl . ?dic
solh-iU a share ol' the puoll - patronage.
Fcbruiry 2 tuth?3
rpHM DOW WEST F KM A LB COL
J[ LEGE -This is oue ot Ul? mest flourishing in?
still! lion? lu tho State. Pupils roceivud at any inn;,
und ehargetl from thu timo of cntedng.
'lunion, including Latin and Frtucb, $4 per
Boarding, including Fuel and Wash ng, S14 60 per
mc ntn. j. s- BUNKER,
December 14 mthOmo President.
iyj A X S I O N HOUSE,
No. r.9 BP.OAD-3IREET,
C II A II LESTON. S. C.
TRANSIENT, FAMILIES aud DAY BOABD at the
most resouable terms, by
Mts. R. C. FINNPY.
. January 30 stutuSmo
Il ARLESTON HOTEL.
CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE USDER-IGNEO RESPKC'I FULLY IN?
FORMS I.is trieurs and th? public genonilly tuat ho
has taken charge of thtr woll-known and popular
FiR.VT.i LASS HO liX, und hopes bv strict attention
to merit a full si arc of th? pub ic patronage
The ceiebrau-d Artesian Water Baths, hut, oold and
shew, r, can bo had at all hours.
Ceaehe* with attentive porlors am always in readi?
ness to convey passengers to and from ibo different
railroads aud steamers. E. H. J'.CRSt N,
January J 6 Imo
MM* CANDY FACTORY, ~
No. 27 9 King-street.
CANDY PUT UP 'N ASSORTED BOXES OF 25,
60 tine* 100 pounds, suiiablo lor Country Trade.
Mer. hauts can rely upon onr Candies boin,'per?
fectly free from all such pji.onous substances as
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DTJfcT.
Als 3, constantly on hand, a full supply ol
AND FANCY CANDIES.
No caira chargo for boxi U J.
Jjnuary 7 thstulmo
J^OGAN di SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
BOSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYNARD SEABROOK
I. O. O. F.-HOWARD LODGE, No. 3.
TEE BEGOT AB- MEETING OF TBIS LODGE
win be held THIS KVZNINO, at Seven o'clock pre
Februaiy', th E. L. TERRY, Secretary.
Pl TH AGO U EA.V LODGE, No 31, A, F. Bl.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THE ABOVE
?TL Lodge will be held at the M?senle Hall THIS
Thursday) EVENING, at half-cast Seven o'clock.
Candidates for thc F. C. Degree will be punctual.
Uy order of the W. M. R. STEWART.
February 4 Secretary.
A LE KT BASE BALL CLUB.
THE MONTHLY MEETING OF THE ALERT B.
B. Club will beheld at Victoria Hotel, KioK
itreet. THIS (Thursday) EVEKING, at hall-past Seven
3'olock. F. L. DUFFY,
February 4 1 Secretary pro tem.
ATTENTION I YOUNG AMERICA KIKE
ATTEND A REGULAR MEETING OF YOUR
Corps, at Market Hall, THIS T.VENING, at beven
By order ?resident. J. X. MAHER,
Ff bruary 1 1 Fecretary.
BI. E. GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL GRAND CONVOCATION WILL
be holden, Deo Volsnto, in Charleston, on TUES
DAT, 9th of February, A. L. 2399, A. D 1869, in Ma?
n?me Ball, at 12 Meiidian. Ibo Grand Offioers,
Members and Delegates to the samo will attend
punctually and generally, for tho consideration of j
Important business and the election or Grand Offi?
cers for the year ?-nsuing. The Presidents of the
different Railroads haring kindly consented thereto,
all who attend, officially, the Convocation, will be
permitted to pass Md repasa on the same for ono
fare, they paying at the place of starting the full fare.
By order of ihe al. Jt. G. H. P.
January 21 1 feb 4 Grand Secret? ry.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH- CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD C05IPANY AND OF THE SOUTHWEST.
ERN RAILROAD RANK.
TBE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
HOI DERS of the above Institutions will be held
In tho City of Charleston on the second TUESDAY in
February next, tbo Otb of that month. Pjaro of
meeting. Halt of tho Southwestern Railroad Bank.
Hour of convening, Eleven o'clock A. M.
On the day following, WEDNESDAY, the 10tb, there
?iii be nu election held at tho san o place, between
the hours of Nine A. M. and Threo P. M., for FIF?
TEEN DIRECTORS of thc Railroad Coupanv and
THIRTEEN DIRECTORS cf tho Bank.
A committee to verity Proxies will attend.
Stockholders will be passed as usual over tbs road
to and from the meeting (ree of charge, in accord?
ance with the resolution of tho Convention of 1854.
J. R. EMfcRY. Secretary.
January 12 ruthi tu th-7
(?rormcs nub itllipcilnnfous.
Imported under the Reduced Tai iff
ALARGE LOT OF THE A ROVE. OF MY OWN
min .elation, just received ted for salo al my
Store, Mcoting-strcct oppo.-i:c Ml.ls House.
CAUTION-buy Havana Cigars where the unopcued
boxes I ear a sumo witU the word "IMPORTED"
printed therein. F. E. SCHRODER,
BY KV?BY h TEA31 Eli.
WM. S. CORWIN .t CO. RECEIVE A FRESH
supply of CRACKERS and Disc OTIS, Uoshca
Butter, Flour, Atc.
PICKLES, KETCHUP. &c,
EXTR \ LA HUE PICKLE;?, IN BARRELS
Mushroom, Walnut, and l?malo Ketchup
Devilled Ham, in 1 lb. cans .
D-Meri'ted Codfish, in 1 lb. box-s
A supply of Roller's celebrated as-iiottcJ package
Candies Just received at the
CO-OPERA I IVE ?ifOCEBY STORE,
Southwest corner Mee ing and Mar ..et streets.
Goods delivered tree January 30
EKES H PEACHES,
PfNFAPFLEs, QUINCE-1, STRAWBERRIES,
Cherri? s, Apple Butler, Tomatoes, Green coro,
Oreen Peas, :-u< cotasb, sn ?ny Heans, Asparagus,
Mushrooms 'Jruffles, in two and thro-* pouu I ?rans,
at WM. S. C-uKWIN ic CO..
No. 275 Ktug-street.
LOBSTER, MACKEREL, LITTLE NECK CLAMS,
in one, t?o and throe pound cans
Deviled Etitremots- Bum, Turkey and Lobster, for
Patles of Wild Game, Sardine, Ref a la Mode. Tur?
key, Chicken, Sau-aco Meat, in ca? s, of good
quality, at WM. S. CO 'WIN As JO.,
._No. 275 Kiog-h'r*et.
1 AKA SACKS LIVERPOOL S?.I,T, DAILY
A' 'tj\J exi cctcd by stonm-r Golden Boru, and
lor sal?- by HENRY CODI Y A CO.
SPICES, SWEET HERBS, RAISINS, CITRON,
Currants, Prunes Dried pple3. Brunelles,
l-igs in boxes and drums, at 20, fiCc and $1; Pecans,
Bawl and Hickory Nuts, .'-.of: Mi,di Almonds, con?
stantly ou baud, at WM. S. Ci IRWIN k CO.,
_No. 276 King-street.
COCOA, BREAKFAST COCOA. P.ROMA, UOMO
PATHIC Cocoa, a fre.-b suppiv at
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
No. 275 King-strect. I
WHARTON & MOFFETT,
NEW YOI: IC.
MOFFETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY ?5!BEET.
WE ARE NOW REOF?VlNt? B? EVERY STEAM?
ER, ?PI'LEM and PO IA I OKS, and offer for
sale tho loll j. vi Dg vari elie- of Eating and seed
Goodrich Seedling-PINK L'YE
Jacks u Wliitos-Dvkoman's
Woslera Red-Duck tyo
Chill I e.l-Davin -eulliug
Peach H.ow-Early HOBO.
Parlies ordering f'rsee i shuuld do so at qacc, be?
fore the rivers and oana!* aro n ozon np,
No. 115 Wc-l-stroi't, New York.
J :V ?% ? MOEFur r,
No. 22 East L';iy streut Charleston.
Deccmbor 30 3rco
CiiO?CE FULTON ?I A Eli ET
FAMILY PIG PORK. MtiH BEEF AX D MESS
PORK, Ccdfijh. Tai mouth Kotten, Duo
Herring, "anlullPH Mackerel, Pickled uni MD"I.C-1
f a mou. H ? lbut Fins, Sound)? aud 'J Ouguit, receiv?
ed tVtfry week, at WAL S. '.'OIUY N it O.,
_ No. 275 Ki fc-str cl.
FIVE HCTSDRED BARRELS.
OA A RR'-H- WESIikN lt KD l'Oi'ATOES
??\l\ f KIO bois. Chili Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Uara, t Rou Potatoes
100 obis. Wuk Eyo l'otaioes.
On board tho schooners A E Glover and Jona?
Smith. For sale by
JOHN F. O'SEI L k -ON,
December 29 No. 167 Ea-1 Bay.
DA Vi i' Dl.ftoND AISD MAG
CHOICE BBEAKFtsr STRIPS, SMOKED AND
PICKLED loNGUr S. Conccntraied Beel and
Poik, German san age, at
WM. S. CORWiN & CO..
_No. 975 Kl g-streot.
H EC KER'S FA iii NA,
PATENT AND PP ARL BtRLHY, SAGO, TA
PIO?:A. Malzeua, corn starer, Arrow Roct,
('omstock's national Faod lillian MiecaroDl and
Vermi olll. Cox's Sp tliin an l Cooper'* Ge'att. e,
F enea, American and Kussian Isi glass, will be
found ot WM. .s CO..WIN & CO.,
_No. 97? Kiug-?lreet.
PREMIUM FAMILY PM)Utf,
BU? KWHEAT FLOUR. HECKERN sEf.K-HATS
INGWii-ataud ruokwbe.it - l ur. Rico Flour.
J reston ti al orrin's md I'.onerr Yo ja* Powder, Wor
cc-te Hop Yeast tidies, Cream Tartar, soda. All of
thc beat quaUiy, at WM. i?. ( O' WIN k '"O.,
No. 275 Kiut-street
C 1OICE (josHvtf,
EXGLI ll DURY. PI..RAPPLR 1ID?M, SAP
s vGO. YOUNG AM '. RICA IHERSfS, at
WAI. S. COltWiN k t'O.
Ko 275 Kiog-nreot.
"Kl. KN iii?, A ?il III VAN AND
CID E li ViVEU IR.WARR 1JITED I'VRR
PRIME OOSUI-.N BU FIER, OF IHE BB^T
quality, rccoived cverv weet; ('.."oking Butter,
Prime Li at Lard, la 3,5, >9 und 2 > lb packasos, and
in a..y o na a ti ty to suit parchas is at
WM. S. OOH WIN k CO.,
No. 276 King-street.
(?xocnus Mfr jSB^c?mm^
LARD AND FLOUR.
r A TUBS EXTR A AND TUBE LARD
OU IO" bbls. Choice Family and Eitra Floor.
For aa'e by B. & A. P. CALDWELL.
February 4 _1
DEMIJOHNS, BOTTLES AND
1H PO KT KU LAO BR BIER.
1 n f\rv FIVE GALLON DEMIJOHNS
lUUU 2coo demilmns, smaller sizes
100 crates Claret and Madeira Bottles
100 easies Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts
Imported from Bremen, and i~r sale by
CLACIUS ii WITTE,
February 4 thstn3mo8 No. 80 East Bay.
FOB SALE FROM UNION WBABVEa' STORE
HOUcE in quantities to snit purchasers. Ap?
ply to COURTENAY & TRENHOLM.
ASH AND CYPRESS LUMBER.
"YTOW LANDING AND FOB SALE ON MAB
iy ??HALL'!* Wharf, at wholesale or retail, 7000
feet A6H and 4000 feet CYPRESS LUMBtit, by
February 4 tastnS JOHN MARSHALL, Jr.
OAAA BUSHELL PRIME WHITE MILLING
^UUU CORN. For sale low while landing,
by WEST 4 JONES,
February 4 No. 76 Fast Bay.
NEW CROP SUGAR AND M0
I ? A HBDS. CHOICE NEW CBOP CARDENAS
L^fcU CLAYED MOLASSES
20 hhds. Grocery Sugars.
Balance of cargo ex brig " Baltimore." For sale by
BULEY k CREIGHTON,
February 1 mt hf J Accommodation Wharf. '
QA AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MABY
OUUU LAND CORN. Landing norn schooner
El Dorado, and for sale by
8CBEVEN A NISBET,
February 3 2 Accommodation Wharf.
RED AND BLACK CURRANT,
CRAB APPLE, QUINCE, BLACEBEBRY AND
Calves' Feet Jelly, Guava Jelly, Preserved
Chow Chow. Peaches, Quinces. Limes, Raspberries,
in glasa. Brandy Peaches, Gages, Apricots, Pie
Fruits, for sale at \
WM. 8. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
I O A A BUSHELS OF SEED BICE, G BOWN
vU on North Santee, weighing 47 pounds
per bu bel. For sJ'.C by
W. C. COURTNEY k CO.,
January 20 tutbslmo No. 9 Boyce's Wharf.
CHOW CHOW, ONIONS, CAULIFLOWER, WAL?
NUTS; Mushroom, Walnut and Tomato Cat?
sups; Worccstersmre. John Bull, Tndia Scy, Paoli,
Reading sauces; . sseno ot Shrimps ind Anchovies,
Anchovy Paste, . turry Powder, Sa ad Dressing, at
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
BORER'S, HOSTET TER'S, BUSS' ST. DOMIN?
GO. Staughton BU Ti-RS
Drake's Plavation Bitters, $1 per bottle, $11 per
caa?, at_WM. 3. Ot BWIN & CO.
ANISETTl, MAktlSl HINO,
CURACOA, KnUJIMELL, AbSINTHE. CHAR?
TREUSE, Crone do Mem hos, Bose, CaneUe,
Hoyan. Parfait Amour, Huile ue Vanille.
For sale by WM. e. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH : ?
QAAA SACKS SALT
0\J\J\J lOi-O barrels Pink Eye Feed Potatoes
100 bales Gunny Bagging
300 coifs Hemp and Manilla Bops
1000 kegs Naila
200 barrels Coffee Sugar, A, B and 0
GOO bigs Bio ( off.-o
H'S barrels New Orleans Molasses
300 boxes Adamantino Candles
500 kegs Orange Mills Powder
100 hogsheads Now crleans and Musco?
100 tierces Rico.
January 10 luthslmo
VIRGIN OIL OFAIX,
LUCCA OIL, CAPERS, SPANISH AND FRENCH
Olives. Olives Parrie*. Anchovies.
Congress, Kissingen and Viohy Wa'ors, at'
WM. S. COfcWIN ? CO.,
No. 275 King-street
WANTED 'IO PURCHASE.
5A AA BUSHELS FOUND PEAS, FOR IM
. UUU MEDIATE ciders, for which tho
7 highest market pr.ee will ba paid.
Apply to . JOHN CA U PSEN k CO.
Fsbruary 2 tuths3
VE CLI' QUOT, PON CARDIN. MOCK k CHAN
DONImperial, Mumm'a Private Stock, Gabi
not Vorzonay, Dry S Uley and Verzjnay, warranted
genuine, and for sale by
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
SA?IN GLOSS, Pt ARL AND
FIG. BUTTON AND LIQUID BLUEING, SOAPS,
Caudles, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO..
_No. 275 King-street
PLANTING POTATOES. *
I A Ai ? BARBELS CHOICE PINK EYE PLANT
LUIA' ING POTATOES.
For ?le by GEO. W. WILLIAMS ic CO.
January 29 SAO . 12'
GODARD'S COUTBY, JOHNSTON'S MEDOO,
St. Loubes, Branderburg Freres. Ht. Julien
Mud oe, chateaux Margaux, Chateau Y?nem, Hock
hc.'mer. Lanbenheinaer, Haut s utera*, Cbambertin,
Nuits, ( los de Vougeot, of direct importation.
For sale by WM. a. CORWIN k CO.'.
No. 275 Kinr-street.
OLD GOVERNMENT JA Vi,
Gr-NUINE MOCHA. LAGUAYBA, PRIME RIO
COl-'i-EE*. Constantly on baud, Parched and
Ground Java coffee, wurran ed pure, t y
WAI. 2?. COBAIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
LI NDON PORTER,
JEFFREYS', BASS', ALLSOP'S, MUIR & 60NS
and lennent'a ALES. Imported recently and
WM. S. COBWIN& CO.,
No. 275 King-street
A sagely of PHIIADELPHIA POBTER, in pinta.
fcUGAil HuUSE AND GOLDLN
"VTEW Ol'.LEANS AND MUSCOVADO MOLASSES, .
JR at WM. S. Co lt WIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street
LUM N't) FLAVORING
LIQUID RENNET!, ORANGE FLOWER WA
lEK, Rose Water, Celery and caraway Seed,
i?o.-k 1 urti-, Ox 'Tal. a d i ornato 8oup, Borden's
Coucentraied i xtract ol B.cf, iourtelot's Ea se ooo
ol' Beel, fir s ?ups and in va.ids. To mle at k
WM. b. CORWIN k CO.. '
No. 275 King-street.
SALT. BAGGING, &c.
r AA S-,'K LIVEBPOOL SALT
?UU 5 balesDundte Bagging
20 bales ouncy Clot J
10 hhds. Bacon -ides and Shoulders
CO bole. Crushed and Coffee bugara
51) bb s. 6, H. Mol .ss.-a
IOU boxes Soap, varion- brands
lobacco, Candies. Flour, Bice, 4c. -
For sale by H AVENEL k HOLMES,
No. 177 East Bay,
January 11 Imo Opposite Accommodation Whait
RECE1VED PER BARK. ADMIRAL CE
CILLE, FROH HAVRE, AT JACK
300 ?ABEBEEUEN?H KEEB* ?B BItE ^
Qonuiiia French 1 laret Wine, Cognac Brandy
A VABIETY OF FBEN?H GOODS.
ALSO, IN STORE,
30 cases GENUINE ENGLISH ALE, in pints, and
variety of choice Liquors
10 kegs Cboice Malaga Granee.
Assorte! FRUITS, Giuvs Jelly, Nuts
C ewing and Smoking Tobai co
Djmustl; and Havana Cigars, Pipes, kc, k]
For salo by
JOHN B. TOGNI,
Kow 125 MEETING-STREET
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF MARKET-STI