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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON Sc CO..
No. 14? East B?y, charleston, S.C.
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* "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1871.
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-Gold at Now York, yesterday, closed at
-The New York cotton market closed
dull and weak, at 15?c. ; sales 2600 sales.
-At Liverpool, at noon, cotton was quiet
at 7|a7id. j sales 10,000 bales.
The Cowardly Murder? fa Union.
In common with the great mass .of the
law-abiding people of South Carolina, we
deeply deplore the murderous outrages which
have been committed in Union County by
the so-called Ku-Klux-Klan. These outlaws,
there is good reason to believe, ore chiefly
from Georgia and North Carolina, but some
ot them are Union Couuty meo. They have
made themselves the judge and the jury.
They gave to tho miserable prisoners no op?
portunity of sayiog a word in their defence.
It may be that the action of the marauders
wte'preclprfated by the rumor that the pris?
oners in jail were about tobe removed to Co
lambia,?where they might hope for a partial
trial and a speedy acquittal. This, how
ever, is nq exettse for the dastardly crime of
their self*constitat?d executioners. . , >
There is no justification whatever for the
downright- murders in Union County, corr*
milted by ?b^.di-gpse?L desperadoes who
call themselves 'Kv: Klux. . They ale neither
morehor less than murderers, ftal His de?
manded that they be brought at once to the
Dar of justice, or scourged beyond the limits
of liie State* Their, conduct is ?*<fopHah as
it is intrinsically wrong:'* They are flaying
directly into the hands of our bitter political
foes.' We have had already long years of
tyranny and' oppression, brought . about by
the vioifchce or stapidlty of misguided men,
bludgeon-ot" ' tie bully or tuerifle o? the 1a*
sassin. Vptesi? vte, would go back to the
inchoate condltlon-^witff which reconstruc
tion made theist ate familiar, the recurrence
of the Union outragea -., must at once be
made inir^stole. j$Vaks?W#?
To seid55e$>r^0ttia ||^tii?^t?ic?antrj-,
exclteaasthe'people afe, is to hurry'them
to destruction. A detachment of United
States troops could, .however, prevent Eu
Kiax outrages, and would have the moral
support' of all good* citizens. As it is, a
gang of desperadoes and reckless boys strike
artarrible blow at the peace and prosperity
cf the State
The l'a tor* or Germany.
TJQ striking contrast with the picture
which we presented a few days ago, from
the pen of un accomplished Frenchman, of
"The Futaie of France," we find in the
Fortnightly Review an essay on "The Fu
"?nce -t>! Germany,'' ? written by an obser?
vant and intelligent German, Professor Von
Sybel, a brief analysis of which will have
peculiar interest foe oar readers. Thp pro?
fessor begins by attributing the presen? war
tc tho clerical and absolutist faction m
Miranee, which saw its preponderance,
threatened * by Liberalism, and sought in
lowdgB-vtctory, and especially in the hurail
3$tjjp-,of a Protestant power, the restoration
<??f its internal prestige. The triumph of
France, he bolds, would have been that of
absolutiara thronghoat half' of Europe: hat
the triumph Of tbe social democrats would
- have involved the abolition of existing con
-Btltntiens, anda revolution in all the present
relations of property. The warding od'of
both evils.by the success of .Germany has
been a gain. Will this success be danger?
ous to the liberties and civilization of
Europe? 'The miserable divisions among
the German States required that they should
lie annexed to Prussia. Every effort had
been previously made by milder means to
effect German unity, bat in vain; and if
force was need, were the obstacles easy to
overcome ? It is true that the Kings of
Jrassia were not unselfish; but their suc?
cess has been a gain to the national cause.
In 1862 the German Liberals vehemently
Opposed Bismarckon-the question of military
organization; bat after the victories of 1SG6
they welcomed him enthusiastically, for they
then recognized the fact that he and they
had common aims. They h?A believed him
to be violently opposed to the anti-Austrian
policy, but after the Danish war they saw
that he agreed with them as to the necessity
ef setting Austria aside. Hence they wil?
lingly accepted him for a leader, and the
unification of Germany has since proceeded,
as it were, by magic. As regards.-the pres?
ent war, the professor maintains that Alsace
and Lorraine are demanded only for the
protection of Germany. As regards the
Russian-Baltic provinces, Germany will be
satisfied with offering to every inhabitant of
those districts an ever-open asylum, in
?which he would soon "forget his Livonian
birthplace. The wish to conquer the deso?
late Bhores of that inhospitable sea would
.never enter the he?>d of any German states?
man. No one in Germany has any longing
after extensive colonial possessions. The
.very last Parliament answered a petition,
recommending nothing more than the ac?
quisition of a naval station in the East In
.dies, by passing to "the order of the day."
Apparently, this desire has prompted the
demand for the cession of Poudicherry, al?
leged to have been made in the recent ne?
gotiations wit.'f the French Provisional Gov?
ernment The professor assorts that there
is no desire^for the union of all the Germans
ft the world in one vast empire; but there is
?a wish for fixed limits which their national!
ty need not pasa There is no intention ol
altering for the worse the relativo propor?
tion, in the population, of three Germans to
one non-Germau. There are no secret de?
signs on Luxembourg; "but," he adds, "the
" truth is, that Germany, has given offence
" by becoming a great power. Germany is
*" in a state of powerful development, and
" this fact-such ia the nature of man-does
" not attract the sympathy of our respected
" neighbors. It is never a cause of pleasure
"to the statesman or politician of any couh
I "try when another State, which he has been
M accustomed to treat as a convenient mate
"rial of his diplomatic activity, suddenly
" grows up into a mighty factor which must
" be taken into account."
Herr Von Sybel ia nqt blind to tbe dangers
attending the-new Empire. It'occupies a
highly dangerous position in Europe, placed
as it is between revengeful France, ambi?
tious Russia, and wavering Austria. Hence
it needs a firm and secure government, and
it is of vital importance that ile traditional
policy should not be broken frivolously.
Theoretically there may be a more ideally
advantageous government, but a presiden?
tial election at the end of every four yearo !
would be for Germany a struggle of life a id
death. Hence he argues the present mili?
tary system, founded on the wide-spread
education, prosperity and patriotism of the
people, must be maintained. The new em?
pire, however, will possess no responsible
minist?re, and I he Imperial Parliament will
have no power of impeaching them or of
pas?lng an annual mvmlty bill. The Prus?
sian Chambers are still without th?'right of
voting the yearly supplies, and have no di?
rect influence on the government. The
mea'is of expelling an unpopular.ministr?
are wanting. No Prussian minister will re?
sign office or modify his policy because he
fails to carry a bill. There will be no real
Parliamentary government at present, but
this is because the German Diet and the
Prussian Parliament have been divided into
sit or eight factions, of which only two or
three have ever been able tb form a coalition,
and even these coalitions have not always
formed a majority, stilt less a compact or
lasting majority. Parliamentary institutions
haVe'only existed for twenty years in Prus?
sia and fifty in South Germany-too short a
period to afford the population of a country
a practical training "for parliamentary gov?
ernment. On the whole, the professor does
not see any brilliant Cnture for that system,
but he admits that all the States of the new
Union are accustomed to .constitutional
forms, public discu33i0D, and "a free press. '
[This last admission must be taken w:th
considerable qualification.] Tho chief ques?
tion with them is how they can. escape me
diatization, or entire incorporation with
Prussia. The. central authority of the Em?
pire will certainly aim at this, -Md nothing
wltf prevent its succeeding but a conviction
on the part of the people of the States that
their transformation into an undivided and
uniform Empire would-be a great calamity.
The professor expects that, m order to carry
ont their designs, both parties wilt compete
for the respect of the people by active en?
deavors to promote their prosperity and
happiness, and hence much good may
% S 5 l&Tu?tmf?fi . IS
rji O LOAN,
$5000 on unencumbered City Property.
Apply to EDWARD LOWNDES. Broker,
feb io Corner Broad and State streets.
FOE SALE, A ?o. 1 GROCERY STORE,
corner Hanover and Columbus street-,
uolng a first-rate business. For sale on account
or present owner* having bought property else?
where. For particulars, apply at the above Store,
trunwyk. ? . '. ? y-febU-3*.
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good qualltv, which are offered
cheap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting and Cburcli streets. febU
TO RENT, THE PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED House, No. 3 South Bay, containing
six rooms, pantry, cistern, kitchen, Ac. Apply
TO RKNT, PREMISES No. 9 BEAUFAIN
street; also, third story of premises No. S3
Broad street, above Telegraph otnee. Apply to
G. W. DINGLE, No. 61 Broad street.
110 RENT, OFFICE UP STAIRS OVER
No. 60 East Bay, corner or Exchange street.
Would suit tor a Phosphate Company'a Apply
Coot ano iomio.
FOUND, A POCKET-BOOK, CUNTAIS-?
ING a small amount of mouey, which the
owner can have nv paying lor this advertisement.
Apply at F. L. O'NEILL'S Grocery, No. 23S King .
LOST, ON THE RUTLEDGE STREET
Car Line, on the evening of the 9th, a pair
or UKOWN KID GLOVES, with Gold Glove But?
tons In them. The find -r will receive a suitable
reward bv leaving the same at thc corner or Broad
and Orange streets. rebl3
Dil RS ION ED have this day formed a copart?
nership for the purpose of carrying on the Gro?
cery, Provision and Commission business, nader
the Cnn or Tledemau, Calder A Go., at Nos. 108.
no and 112 East Bay, corner or Accommodation
Wharf. OTTO T1E?EMAN,
reb'-tuthws4_JOHN C. TIEDEMAN.
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.-HA.V
ING Tins DAY as-oclated wit i me Mr. W. B.
Morris, ihe business will be conducted under the
firm name of FAARBOKG A MO RI;IS.
JULIUS T. FAARBOKG,
W. B. MURRIS..
Florence, S. C.. February ist, 1871. rebl3-3
Notices in ?ankrnpicrj.
IN THE DIS^ItOT^??^^FTHEUNI?
TED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-In Bankruptcy.-In thu matter of
G. w. PARKER and E. B. POND, Bankrupts.
District of Snath Carolina, ss.-A warraut in
bankruptcy has been Issued by said Court agalust
tne estate of G. W. PARKER and E. B. POND,
proprietors of the Mills House, in the city or
Chariest n, of tho County of Charleston, and
State of South Carolina, lu said District, who have
been duly adjured bankrupts upon petition or
their creditors; and thc payment or a .y debts,
and the delivery or any property belonging to
said bankrupts, lo them or to their use, and the
transfer of any property by them, are forbidden
by law. A meeting of the creditors of said bank?
rupts, to prove their debts and choose one or moro
assignees or their estate, will be held at a Court
of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Charleston, in
said District, on the SEVENTEENTH DAY pt- PEBBU
AKV, A. D., 1871, at 12 o'clock M., at the otnee
or J. c. CARPE STE R, No. 72 Broad street, one of
the Registrars ia Bankruptcy or said Dist! 1er.
L. E. JOHNSON,
reb3,rebl5 U. S. Marshal for said District.
HARLES T. O N.
CORKER BROAD. STEKKT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS lu the United states
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL. '
pf ? CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST
CHURCH.-There will be Service In this Church
TO-NIGHT, at half-past 7 o'clock, conducted by the
j Evangelist-Rev. GEORGE C. NEEDHAM.
^Eff* PARTIES HAVING FURNITURE,
Ac, to dispose of, wUl And a CASU CUSTOMER
i by addressing PostotHue Box 473._feb!3
" pf STATE AND COUNT? TAXES.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, COURTHOUSE,
WALTERBO?O', S. C.-Notice is hereby given
that this ofH&Vwill be open for the receipt of the
State and Conaty Taxes for the year 1S70, on the
8th day of February, 1871.
Taxes not paid on or before the 25th or March,
will be liable lo a penalty of twenty per cent.
AU taxes remalairig unpaid on the loth day of
May. 1971, wUl be Uable to be ooUected by distress
or otherwise. .
All real and "personal property are charged with
nine (9) mills on the dollar for State purposes, and
three (3) milla on the dollar for County purposes.
The Treasurer will visit the following named
places in the County to facilitate the coUectlon of
Taxes, and on the following named days the office
In Waltertoro' will be closed:
George's Sutton, February 28th and March 1st.
Ridge ville, Ma'ch 2d.
Summerville, March 3d and ?th.
Adam's Run, March 6th and 7th.
Bell's Xi Roads, March 13th, 14th and 15th.
JAMES W. GRACE,
febll-6_County Treasurer 0. C.
ESTATE AND COUNTY TAXES.
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, FIRE-PROOF
BUILDING, CHARLESTON, S. C.-Notice ls here?
by given that this office will bo open for the RE?
CEIPT OF THE STATE AND COUNTY TAXES for
the year 1870, on thc eighth (?h) day of February,
1871. Taxes not paid on or berore the 22d day
orMarch, 1871, are liable to a penalty of twenty
percent. All Taxes remaining unpaid on the
13th day or June, 1871, are liable to collection
by distress or otherwise, with additional penalty
of five (5) per cent, for collection thereof.
Thc toral rate or levees for State purposes ls
nine (0) mills on Hie dollar. The total rate for
County purposes is three (3) millson the dollar.
The State Taxes are payable In Bills Receivable
or the State, United States Currency, National
Baak Notes, gold and silver com; in addition to
the above, Coupons, dated since July 1,1567, from
certain State Bouds, will also be received in pay?
ment of the State Taxes, viz:
1st. Six Per Cent. Bunds, Issued by the State
under an Act or 1651, in aid or thc Blue Ridge
2d. Six Per Cent. Bonds, issued by the Sta'e
under the Acts of 1803 and 1855, for the construe
ticnuf the new Statehouse, and Six Per Cent.
Bonds, Issued by the State under the Acts of Sep?
tember and December, 18GS, for fonding the past
due principal ard Interest on the Stale Debt.
All Coupons'that, have accrued ouUonds dated
1st and 2d, on or before. the 1st of Joly, 1867, are
fondable under the Acts rererred to abeve of Sep?
tember and December, 1888, and are not receiva?
ble tor taxes. ". TVM. GURNEY,
feb8-12 jj TreasurerCharlestonCounty.
??-CALL AT WAVERLY HOU8E AND
subscribe/for LIPE OF GENERAL R. E. LEE.
Only $3 75. febll-smw3
pf NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV
lNG claims against the Estate of the,, late
GEORGE H. HOPPOCK. will present the same,
duly attested, to P. GADSDEN BASELL, Esq.,
Accommodation, Wharf, and all persons Indebted
to said.Estate wlU make payment to him, or to
CAMPBELL A SEABROOK, No. 50 Broad street.
H OW EL HOPPOCK,
pf NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV
ING claims against the Estate of the late Mrs
MARGARET JUST, are requested to ren?
der them In legally attested, and those indebted
to thc said Estate will make immediate payment
to SUSANN A M. PENINGTON,
pf " WHAT HAVE YOU TAKEN FOR
it?" said Mrs. Laura Thompson to her friend,
Miss Lake, referring to a sick headache with
which the young lady was continually afflicted.
"Oh.'' said Miss L-. "I've taken cathartic pills
enough to lo?d a cannon." ' Discard them,'
said her friend, "and try my medicine, PLANTA?
TION BITTERS. Bile ls the cause or your diffi?
culty; and I know hy experience the Bitters are i
certain cure for biliousness."
Miss Lake adopted Mrs. Thompson's advice,
and was oared wu hin a fortnight. She ls now at
the Metropolltau Hotel, and will confirm this
SSA MOSS FARINE from pure Irish Moss, for
Blanc Mange, Puddings, Custards, Creams, ?c.,
-Ac. The cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious
food In the world._ febl3-mwf3P*c
pf THE HAZARDS OF^INTER
The feeble and delicate dread the ? winter, and
with good reason. The weather at this season
has a depressing effect apon the vital organs and.
the animal spirits, and they have no vitality or
mental animation to spare. The aged and Infirm,
in whom the flame of Ufe ls waxing dim, are al?
ways unpleasantly idee ed by. the temperature or
winter, and should fortify their systems against
lt. The extra vigor and resistant power which
the enfeebled system requires to enable lt to meet
with sufoty the assaults or CJUI and damp, may
soon be acquired by the regular use of HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS. The tonic effect of
this wonderful medicine is soon apparent, In an
increased appetite, a more active digestion, and
a brighter, happier frame of mind. Food ls the
fnel ol the body, and if lt ls not properly digested
the fires of life r- rn low. When this ls the case,
the disability eau always be remedied within a
short space of time, by taking a full dose of the
BITTERS twice a day. The stomach will soon be?
gin to perform Its allotted task regularly and
steadily; the food, being thoroughly assimilated,
will yield thc amount of vital heat and nourish?
ment which the body requires und?r the external
pressure of cold, and the winter ailments which
are apt to assail the weak and untoued physique
will be avoided. rebii-6Dac
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
or Impropriety or getting Married, with saultary
help for those who feel audited for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
?SrBATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-TIU3
SUPERB HAIR DYE ls the 0es? fu Ute icorld- per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine \V. A. BATCUELOR'S HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a spleudid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only Safo aud Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drug?
gists. Factory No. 18 Boi.d street, New York.
pf JOBS C. BAKER & CO '3 GENU?
INE MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians
to be the best In the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. JNO. C. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia,
A full supply on band by
DB. H. BAER,
febg-mwremos_No. 131 Meeting street.
pf GASS AR COVERED HIS BALD
head and grey hair with a laurel crown. AY ER'S
HAIR VIGOR covers grey heads with the stUl
more welcome locks of youth. fcblo-fmw3oaw
Just received at KI VG WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY, No. 310 King street, near Society street, a
large and complete assortment or Lear. Chewing
and Smoking TOBACCO. Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes
Ac. Havana aud D >mcstic Cigars Imported aud
manufactured by WM SCHRODER, who respect?
fully invites the atteatlou of chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale aud retail, to a stock folly
comprising every variety of quality and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, wbloh >?
offered at the lowest cash rates. Ad orders from
inc couotry will receive prompt attention and
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' oily accept?
TYRE LODGE, No. 136, A. F. F.-?
Regular Communication of Tyre Lodge, ?o.
136, A. F. M., will be held at Masonic Hall THIS
EVBNINO, at 7 o'clock. Candidates for degrees
will please be puuctual. By order W*. M.
febl?_WM. L. KINO. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF
the Royal and Select Masons of the State of
Suuth Carolina, will bo holden THIS DAT, at 4 P.
M.. at the Masonic Hall. H. W. SCllMOUER,.
PALMETTO LODGE, No. 1, KNIGHTS
Or PYTHIAS.-Regular Meeting Tms EYE
KINO, at Half-past 7 o'clock. The prompt atten?
dance of all Knights In good standing ls request?
ed, as business of Imp. nance will be transacted.
By order of the W. C.
febU_II. H. D. BYRON, R. S.
CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB
Attend the Regular Monthly Meeting of the
Ciuk Tins EVENING, 15th instant, at your Hall, at
precisely hair-past 7 o'clock.
febi5? _Secretary and Treasurer.
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION. -THE
Regular Monthly Meeting of the Associa?
tion Will be Reid TH s EVENING, at Masonic Halt,
at half-past 7 o'clock. Arrears received during
thc day at Nu. 135 Meeting streer, and at the
Meeting. WM. B. STEEDMAN,
rebis Secretary and Treasurer.
_ lHants. _
WANTED.-TWO GOOD CIGAR-MAK?
ERS will find constant employment at
MOKlLLu'S, No. 349 King street. Apply Immedi?
TTANTBD IMMEDIATELY, 75 OR 100
? T ABLE-BODIED LABORERS to work on
the Columbia, Augusta and Wilmington Railroad,
uear Ringville. Apply to J. M. THOMPSON,
Brown'd wharf between 0 and 12 A. M. and 4 to 6
WANTED, A SERVANT WHO UNDER?
STANDS cooking, and ts willing to make
herself gnnerally useful, at No. 75 Broad streer,
two doors weat ot Meeting. febis-l*
WANTED, ONE HUNDRED (100) TONS
Sea I?!and Cort?n Seed. Apply to KINS?
MAN A HOWELL, No. 128 East Bay.
WANTED EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest place In town to pur?
chase BOOTS AND StlOES, also HATS, for
ullages, ls at MURRAY'S, 113 Market st.,
near King, sign of "Big Boor." Fresh
_and desirable Goods, febll-smwfi* '
TXTANTED, A SITUATION AS PORTER
W In a store, or as Waltingman fn a priva'e
family, or to attend to a horse and buggy. Is
willing to make himself generally useful. Apply
at this oil!ce._feb!4-2
WANTED, AN ENTRY CLERK. MUST
be a lapld and good pensmau, correct at
figures, aud with a knowledge or bookkeeping.
Address In own handwriting, stating reierences,
Postnfllce Box. No 71._rebl4-2?
WANTED, A TEACHER FOR TWO
Children, aged nine and twelve. One
wno can teach music, and ls experienced in
governing children, preferred. Apply to Captain
J. B.. Ridge Spring. S. C. _febi4-2?
VTURSE AND COOK WANTED. NONE,
xl need apply without recommendations.
*pply In Calhoun street, south side, second door
from St. Phillp street. _fe?13
SCHOOL DESKS. AND BENCHES
WANTED.-Any person having a few School
. Desks and Benches to dispose or, will find a pur
cha-er at the Confederate Widows' Home, Broad
AYOUNG LADY IS DESIROUS OF
obtaining a situation as companion or
housekeeper tu an invalid or elderly lady, either
In the city or country. Salary not so much of au
object as a comfortable home. Address M. Z.,
OAILVNBWO office. Jan24
NOTICE.-THE "EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY," or New York, have
removed from No. 141 Meeting street to then*
new office, No. 20 BROAD STREET.
WM. B. SH A.W,
ftbl3 . General Agent.
LIF? INSURANCE COMPANY,
Principal Office, MACON, GA.
A GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITU?
TION, PERMANENTLY ESTABLISHED.
Identified with the enterprise or our own peo?
ple. Managed by the best financier.-; of the South.
Policy-holders secured by a guarantee of FIVE
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, and by a de?
posit ol ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
DOLLARS win State authorities of Georgia and
The busluess confined by kw to Life Insurance
Policies issued on a.I thc approved Mutual plans,
Non-participating Policies granted at low rates.
Gold Policies issued to those preferring them.
A loan of one-third or premium given, if desired,
with Interest on first year's toan only.
Ninety per cent, of Prodis given to policy-hold?
ers, without exception, annually.
A definite CASH SURRENDER VALUE gives In
case of withdrawal. 'I his is done by bat one other
Company doing business here.
Paid-up Policies for an equitable portion ot
amount paid, also granted lu case of surrender.
Policies made good and valid, by their terms, for
as many definite parts of sums Insured as there
have been annual premiums paid.
LAVAL A ABNEY, Ce ; oral Agents,
Office Columbia, S. C.
BURDELL BROTHEBS, Charleston, 5. C.
#5T Agents wanted lu North and South Caro?
BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
General John B. Gordon, President. Atlanta, Ga.
General A. H. Colquitt, Planter, Barker County,
A. Austell, Banker, Atlauta, Ga.
E. W. Holland, Atlanta, Ga.
J. H. Cailaway, Atlanta, Ga.
Hon. B. C. Yancey, Atheus, Ga*
B. J. Smith, Planc-.r. Cuthbert, Qa.
H. V. M. Ml 1er, Atlanta, Ga.
General Wade wampum, Columbia, S. C.
William Johnston. President C A S. C. R. lt.,
Oharl?tte, N. C.
C. H. Chintzy, Commission Merchant, Augusta,
Robert Thomas, Athens. Ga.
D. E. Butler. Commission Merchant, Augusta, Ga.
B. L. Willingham; Planter, .--lle?dale, S. C.
W. A. caldwell. Greeu!>u?i?:. N. C.
R. II. Cowan, Wllmlugroii. N. C.
D. H. Murchison, Wilmington, N. C.
F. J. Pe.zer, Charleston, s. C.
D. G. Fowle, Raleigh. N. C.
General W. R. Cox, Rilelgh, N. C.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
R. C. Brinkley, President Memphis and Little
Rock Ralboad, Meuipuls, Tenn.
F. M. White, President Mississippi aud Tennessee
Railroad, Memphis, Tenn.
Amos Woodruff. President Memphis and Ohio
Railroad. Me m pms. Tenn.
F. s Davis, President First National Bank, Mem
D. ll. luvvuseud, Memphis, Tenn.
H. A. Partee, Cotton Factor, Memphis, Tenu.
T. A. *> elson. Cottril Factor, Memphis, Ti.no.
Hugh Torrence, Cott on Fautor, Memphis, Tenn.
J. U'eiler, Contractor, Memphis, Tenu.
J.W. Mci 'own Merchant. Memnhls, Tenn.
Charles Kortrecht, Attorney at Law, Memphis,
C. W. Fraser, Attorney al Law, Memphis, Tenn.
General John il. Gordon, Allanta, Gu.
W. C. Ireland, Louisville. Ky.
W. H. Cherry, Banker, MemphlH, Tenn.
T. A. NELSON. President.
AMOS WOODROKF, Kirst Vlce-pre3l lent. .
F. M. WUITK, Second Vice-president.
BEN. MAY, secreiary.
CHAS. T. PATTERSON. Assistant Secretary.
F. S. DAVIS, Treasurer.
PAID cr CAPITAL. $240,000
Income, per annum...l.ooo.oco
Assets, January 1st, uear ly.1,200,000
SAMUEL Y. TUPPPER,
feblo-imo RssiDHNf AOE.vr.
BAND BAL" MA$QUEV
P U R I rVC .
TUESDA Y EVENING, MARCH 7, 1871.
Tickets may be had of the
SENIOR M ANAOERS.
A. FALK, PHILIP WINEMAN,
s: s. SOLOKONS, D. JACOBS,
J. N. NATHAN8, N. H. VALENTINE,
N. LEVIN, SR., LOUIS COHEN,
G. HOFFMAN, ASHER D. COBBS,
H. H. DSLEOK. A. H. ABRAHAMS,
JOBBFH L. TOBIAS, L. WSISKOPP,
J. APPLE, D. BENTSCHNER.
B. SPRINZ, B. RICK,
J. H. LOBB, EUOBNE MANTOUB,
H. CHINCH, M. TBIBST,
JULIUS h. MOSES, J. LIB BM AN.
A. R. LKWITH, J. WEBTHEIJ?,
M. F LI KO II o OTT, LEWIS ELIAS.
COMMITTEE OK ARRANGEMENTS.
A. A. GOLDSMITH, A. FALK, LEH. FCTZBL.
A BALL w!U be given at the South Carolina
Hall, WET)NESDAT EVENING, February 15, at half
past 8 o'clock. EDWIN P. FROST,
febl4-2_Secretary and Treasnrer.
rJIHE FIBST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB
Will take place at the
SOUTH CAROLINA HALL,
ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1871.
Col. 0. H. SIMONTON, Col. EDWARD MC C RV ry,
Major T. G. BARKER, Captain A. MBLGHKRS,
Captain G. FOLL?N, Captain S. G. HORSEY,
L. CAVANAcan, Chairman.
T. E. Hoe AN, F. E. Du RB EC,
C. A. Due, H. D. BICAISE,
D. W. MUSTARD, T. J. MELVIN,
J. E. PASSAILAIOUE.
Tickets to be had of the Committee. Positively
none sold at thc door. febl3-mwfm4
F. CHEVRE UX,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Has just received a variety of
FINE ITALIAN MONUMENTS,
VASES, FIGURES, AND WROUGHT MARBLE,
Ilrect from Italy, and ts ready to undertake
any kind of
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received at A. 0. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, NO. 48 Broad street._Jan24-lmo
JOSEPH W. HARRISSON'S,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Patent Thief Detecting (Alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
jg ALL, BLACK ? CO.,
Nos. 665 and 567 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Of the best quality and at LOWEST PRICES.
Goods seat per Express, C. 0. D.
1871 GREAT OPENING 1371
REDUCED PRICES !
i vuli uviv a iv i in i
Nos. 344 and 437 KING STRKET.
TO SUIT TOE DECREASE IN DUTTES MADE
by the Government, we have REDUCED OCR
100 pieces Black Alpacas, 20 per cent, lower than
1 case Irish Silk Poplins, new styles, ao Inches
wide, only 00 couts, valued at $1 25
50 China Silk Press Patterns, all shades and
colors, only 312, worth $15
50 pieces 6, act Silk?, at a great sacrifice
The greatest varu-ty.of Dress Goods in any
South: in market, at prices to sui; the times.
F?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
8 oases Of 4-4 FINE LO NGC LOTH, only 10c,
4 cases of 4-4 Flue Longcloth, only 8>?c, former?
io cases of 4-4 Fine Lougclotb, only I2>?to20c,
formerly IS to 25c
3 cases 10-4 Fine sheiling, only 37>?c, formerly
2 cases 10 4 Brown Sheeting, only 37>ic former
. ly soc
2 cases 46 In. Pillow-case Sheeting, only 17)ic
500 dozen. All-Linen, Huck Towels, $1 per dozen,
wo rt ti $1 25
500 dozen, All-Lluen, Damask Towels, $125 and
$4, worth $1 60 and Ss 50
100 pieces 21 tneli Diaper, $1 30, worth $1 so.
A large and well selected stock of TABLE DAM
ASKS, Crashes, Napkins aud Doylies, at corres?
pondingly law prices.
RIBBON. GLOVE AND HOSIERY DEPART?
The finest stock of RIBBONS ever brought to
i his market have been lin por ted by our Firm,
which will be soil tu rn il linera and consumers at
prices unprecedentedly low. We beg sued to ex?
amine our Stock br fore purchasing elsewhere.
100 dozen celebrated Valette Rid Gloves, at SI
per pair-each pair guaranteed
Finest ChH'Iey'H, Alexandre'*, Felix's, and oilier
celebrated Seamless Kid Gloves, only SI 70
OOO dozen English Hose, only $3 50 and $1 per
dozen, worth $6
Greatest selection of-Hosiery lu the city, from
llpcrdozeu UL _. " . -
FURCIIOOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
OOO pieces Marseilles, from 20 to 50 cents, worth
30 to 75 ceuts
100 pieces Tarletan, only 20 cents, worth 40 cents
OOO pieces Swiss. Cambrics and Jaconets, from 15
to 50 cents, worth 20 to 75 cents.
' F?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
20 pieces 6 4 Flue Water proof Cloth, only $1,
worth $1 50
Men's and B-y's Cossiraeres, from 60 cents to $1
Jeans from 15 ceuts up
Lnrge variety of B'ack Cloths, Doeskins and
FURCUGO'.T, BENEDICT lc CO.
OILCLOTH AND RUGS,
At such prices as defy competition.
> warn i a tu.,
OCt31 ND. 244 AND 437 KING STREET.
For sale a lot of A No. l Chinen* island GUANO,
In store and to arrive. LOUIS MoLAIN,
Jcn4 No. 31 Broad street.
.jg i ijahs._
f " - ?jgntiL B2
OPEN EVERY DAY THIS WEEK FROM
4 P. M. to ll P. M.J
HIBERNIAN ELA L L.
Toe Street cars will bo la attendance np to the
close of the Fair. febl4-3
J10GARTLE'3 BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE No. 4.
RELIGIO OS AND DEVOTIONAL BOOKS.
COUNSELS ON HOLINESS OF LIFE, translated
from th? Spanien of Luis D. Granada, with a Life
of the Author, edited by Rev. Orby ampler, M. A.,
$2 &e; The Hidden Lire In the Saul, from the
French-"Our Ltfe ls Hld with Christ in God,"
$2 50; Sickness, its Trials and Blessings, $160;
Characteristics of -Christ's Teachings, Drawn
from the Sermon on the Monnt, by C. J. vaughan,
D. D-, $l 60; Bearing the Cross, or The Divine
Master, with Illustrations, 76 cents; The Divine
Pilot, with Illustrations, 75 cents; Sunshine and
Starlight, 60 cents; Aid to Those That Pray in
Private, 60 cents; The Treasury of Devotion, a
Manual of Prayer for General and -Dally Use, Rev.
T. T. Carter, $l; Morning Notes of Praise, Medita?
tions upon the Psalms, by Lady Pepys, $1 26; The
Soul's inquiries Answered in the Words of scrip?
ture, by G. W. Moon. 75 cents; the same, Inter?
leaved with diary, $125; Bright Rays and Reviv?
ing Showers, by Rev. James Smith, 75 cents; also,
by the same author, The Pleading Saviour, 75
cents; Dally Bible Readings, 75 cents; Green Pas?
tures, 50 cents; Stu; Waters, 50 cebts: Food for
the Soul, * so cents; T-he Believers Triumph, 75
cents; Our Church and Her Services, by Bishop
Oxeuden, paper, 40 cents; Why I-Am a Church?
man, by the Rev. George W. Randall, D. D., $12;
A Methodist in Search of the church, 50 centat;
Sunday Echoes In Week Day Hours, a Tale Illus?
trative, of the Church Catechism, a companion
volume to "A Tale Illustrative of the Collects,"
$150; The Church Idea, an Estay Towards Unity,
by Rev. W. R. Huntington, $l; Defence of Church
Principles, by several Clergymen at Ipswich and
Norwich, 1863 4, 80 cents; The Eucharistic Week,
by Rev. E. A. Hoffman, 60 cents;. New Sunday
School Books: The Exiles of Lucerna, by McDuff,
75 Ceuta; A Sequel to "Peep of Day," 60 cents;
Ruth and Aunt Ailee, by Mrs. Bulfinch. $1 25;
Ntd, Nellie and Amy, by Mrs. Seymour, $l 25; The
Victory or the Vanquished, a Story of the First
Century, by the author of the "Schont erj-Cotta
Family." $176; Shiloh, or Without and Within, by
W. M. D. Jay, $2;' By The Sea, by the author of
"Alice Tracy," $1 76. The OhUdren's Hom Series,
viz: Jessie Oglethorpe, or a Daughter's Devotion;
Horace Hazlewood; Archie Mason; Pani and
Marie: TheOrphans of Auvergne; Miss Matty, or
Our Youngest Passenger; Found Afloat-each
THE HEROES OF ASGARD, Tales from Scandi?
navian Mythology, by A. and E. Keary, with Il?
lustrations, $1 60; When I Was a Little Girl by
the author or "St. Olaver." $1 60; Stories About,
by Lady Barker, $160; Counsel to a Mother, a
continuation of "Advice to a Mother," by Cha
vasse, author or "Advice to a Wife," Si; Proctor's
Other, WoridsJThan Ours, second edition, $2 60;
Huxley's Lay Sermons, Addresses and. Reviews,
$1 76; Tain's 'taiv, Rome and Naples, Flore: ce
and Veale?, third edition, with co rectlon- and
indices, two volumes In one, $2 60; Du Chanter's
My A pinpi Kingdom, numerous Illustrations,
$l 76; Fronde's short Studies on-Great Subjects,
$175; The Child's Bible, with New ami Original '
Illustrations, a Continued Narrative in the Words
of the Bib e-No. 85 completes the Old and New,
Testament, price per-number 25 cooja.
-jS9r Persons residing In thc country will please
beartn mind that by send lng their orders to ns
for any books published In America, they will oe
oharged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express. <. . *
FOGARTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 UNO STREET (In .the Rend,) j
febU tuths_Charleston, S. g.
JJ USSKLl'S LIST
ILLUSTRATED HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS.
FLOWERS FROM THE UPPER ALPS, with
Glimpses of their Homes, superbly Illustrated
with chroma lithographs, folio. $12 60.
The Arts in the Middle Ages, and at the Period
of the Renaissance. By Paul Lacroix, Curator of ,
the Imperial Library of the Arsenal, Paris, illus*
trated with nineteen chrome-lithographic prints,
and upward of four hundred engravings on wood.
Ecclesiastical Art in Germany daring the Middle
Age?. Bv Professor Lubke. Illustrated with one
hundred and eighty-four engravings, l vol., 8va.
Specimens of the Drawlf-gs of the Ten Master?,
with descriptive letter-press and twenty phots
graphs, i to, handsomely bound. $10. ,
Songs of Home, with thirty-six Illustrations by '
Fenn, Hennessy, Griswold, Ac, and eight auto?
graphs, uniform with "Songs or Life," "Kath?
rin.)." "Bitter-sweet," Ac, cloth, tull gilt. $?.
Marvels of G la ss-Ma klug. By A. sauz ay. With
sixty-seven Illustrations on wood, and ten auto?
type copies or the best examples lo.the South Ken?
sington Museum. $6.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Viardot. Wuh
ten autotypes and thirty engravings, cloth. $6.
Wonders of Painting. Of the Spanish, French,
English and Flemish Schools. By M. Viardot.
With numerous autotype and wood-cut illustra?
tions, cloth, gilt. $6.
The Wonders or Engraving. By George Da
plessis. With thirty-four fine wood cuts sud ten
phorograph reproductions in autotype. Illustrative
of the varions stages of the art of engraving,
from the earliest times to the present. $0.
The Birth and ChUdhood of oar Lord Jesus*
Christ. Meditations selected from the works of !
Augustine, Chrysostom, Costo, Hall, Calvin, Ac,
with twelve.photographs after Da Vinci, Ratfaelle,
Murillo, Guido, Delaroche, Ary Scherfer, and other
masters, 1 vol., illuminated cloth, extra gilt. $6.
Illustrations of the Life of Martin Luther. Ea- '
graved In line arter original paintings by Labou?
chere, with letter-press. By Rev. Merle D'Aublgnc
Twelve pictures lu folio. $o.
Library of Poe ry and Song. Being a choice
selection from the best poets, with Introduction
by Wm. Cullen Bryant. Handsomely Illustrated,
1 VOL. 8vo. $0.
The Song of the Sower. By Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Illustrated with, forty-two engravings by the best
artists, 4to, cloth, gilt. $5.
Rustic Adornments for Hames of Taste, with
nine colored plates and two hundred and thirty
wood.engravings, 1 vol., Svo, cloth, gilt. $9.
Miss KUmansegg and her Precious Leg; A Gold?
en Legend. By., Thomas Hood. Illustrated by
sixty exquisite etchings from drawings by Thomas
Seccombe, K, A., :u characteristic cioth Clading.
Mother Goose in her New Dress.- A series of ex?
quisite drawings lu tinted chromos. By Miss
Chase, a daughter of the Chief-Jinctiue. Elegant
.ito., green aud gold. $4 60.
Illustrations to Goethe's Faust. Thirteen de?
signs lu Silhouette, by Paul Konewka. The English
text from Bayard Taylor's new translation, 1
vol., 4m. il.
Mangln-The Desert World. Translated from
thc French,.with additions and eui en dat tons. One
very handsome vol.. royal Svo., with one hundred
and sixty superb illustrations. $8.
Mangln-The Mystery of the Ocean. Translated
from the French, with additions and emendations.
One very handsome voL, myal 8*"o.. with one hun*
dred and thirty superb illustrations. $6
Mlchelet-The Bird: Its HMiory, Habits and.
Osernlness. One handsome vol., royal Svo., with
two hundred and ten superb Illustrations by Glaco
Figuier-Earth and Sea. From the French of
Louis I'iguier. illustrated with two hundred and
fifty engravings. One handsome vol., royal svo.
Library of Wonders, illustrated with one thou?
sand beuu'lful Illustrations. The series consists
of: Wonders of tile Haman Body; The Sublime in
Nature; Intelligence of Animals: Thunder and
Lightning: Bottom of the Sea; Wonders of the
Heavens; Italian Art; Architecture; Glassmaking;
Lighthouses and Lightships; Wonders of PompeU;
Egypt 3300 Years Ago; The Sun; Wonders of Heat;
Optical Wonders; Wonders of Acoustics; Wonder?
ful Escapes; Bodily strength ard Skill; Balloon
Ascents; Great Hunts. The volumes may be pur?
chased separately at $1 60.
Etchings bf Juhn Leech, containing Illustra?
tions of "Jack Brag." "Christopher Tadpole" and
.?Hector O'Halloran," one voL, rollo. $3.
Munchha usen-Adventures du Karon de M?nch?
hausen. Traduction nouvelle par Gautier ms.
Illustr?es par Gustave Dore.
Also, a large and choice collection of the newest
Juvenile and Toy Books. decl9
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PaoPRiETOR.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desiree to Inform tl l travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, thai the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls m every respect a first-class Hotel,
unsurpassed by any In the State or the Unltea
states. Situated m the business centre of the
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup?
plied with every delicacy of the season, both from
Sew York and Charleston markets, the Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction In every respect.
A Orst-ciass Livery stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure of
every Train. WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Supermtendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. apriJ-wfm
* (?x?te?zp, Ciqtwrs, &z.
J|ENE?.|0BIA 4 C*,
? : No. 28 TENDUE RANGE,
Ot, FER TOR SALE:
20 bhds. choice C. R. SIDE 3
20 nada, choice Shoulders
25 boxee choice D. s. Shoulders
20 boxes choice D..S. SW es
15 t ierceaSosartcar?d RA DIB.
-1100 barrels MOLASSES ;
- 60 barrels Sugar, variouagrades
'Cogee, Soap, Ac", &o. "\- ". ' ' febM-1
JJOQ?N? TE?XEIRA MADEIRA
FINE OLD OPORTO- .
' TOSAR SHERRY
' FRONTIGNAC MUSCAT
Grose A Fils Frere'8 CLARETS. /
With the present low rate of gold, we can oder
these Wines at uncommonly low prices.
JOHN HUE RAMP A 00. %
?Co BN, L A_R_D , & C.
4000 bushels PRIME CORN
150 boxes Long Olear Middles
so bbis. and half bbb. Lard
zoe bbl s. Potatoes. For ?ale by
fcbl4-a . T. TfJPPER A SONS.
Qt O RN, OAT SA N D PEAS.
7414 bnshels PRIME WHITE-CORN,
Per schooner Mary J. Russell, from Norfolk,
7S37 -bus dels Prime White Virginia Corn
1600 bushels Black Seed Oats
454 bushel * Black Peas
88 bushels Clay Peas, '
Per schooner James Veldren, from Norfolk,
5050 bushels Prime Maryland Com
1200 bushels Prime Maryland Oats %.
100 bbls. Super Flour, T
. Per schooner Geo. H. Squire, from Baltimore
. 2400 bushels Prime Maryland Corn
1760 ?n?hels Prime Oats,
Per schooner Ella Matthews, from Balti?
For sale by
feb!3 T. J. KERR & CO.
WILSON'S . GROCERY
WILSON'S We are now * GROCERY
WILSON'S " ' GROCERY
WILSON'S retailing ' . GROCERY
WILSON'S SUGARS GROCERY
WILSON'S .ai . GROCERY
WILSON'S , . GROCERY
WILSON'S Wholesale Prices. GROCERY
WILSON'S .. GROCERY
WILSON'S -o-- - ? GROCERY
I WILSON'S GROCERY
WILSON'S OT uah ed Sugar, GROCERY
WILSON'S *#ttsfor$l. GROCERY
WILSON'S - GROCERY
WILSON'S . smart'TA Sagarv ?GWOCERY
WILSON'? . : .:.* GROCERY
WILSON'S. OX Os for ?1. GROCERY
WILSON'S - GROCERY
WILSON'S Extra o sugar, GROCERY
WILSON'S " GROCERY
WILSON'S 7 BS rcr |T. GROCERY
WILSON'S , GROCERY
WILSON'S -.,, . GROCER*
WILSON'S kVery Light Brown Sugar, GROCERY
WILSON'* 8 tts for $1. GROCERY
WILSON'S . - GROCERY
WILSON'S Brown Sugar, GROCERY
WILSON'S ? GROCERY.
WILSON'S ? Bis for fl. GROCERY
WILSON'S . . - GROCERY
WILSON'S Brown Sugar, GROCERY
WILSON'S . GROCERY
WILSON'S . 10 Bis fer $1. ' GROCERY
WILSON'S "v GROCERY
WILSON'S -0-?. ? G ROC fi RY
WILSON'S ALL GOODS GROCERY
WILSON'S - GROCERY
WILSON'S ?yDELIVERED FREE-gB GROCERY '
WILSON'S from the GROCERY
WILSON'S ' GROCERY
WILSON'S PEOPLE'S GROCERY
WILSON'S O ROCES T HO USE, GROCERY
WILSON'S . v . GROOERY
WILSON'S . Corner GROCERY
?ILSON'S ANSON AND SOCIETY STS. GROCERY
ILSON'S . GROCERY
? I S Di RICE.
GOLD and WHITE, of superior quality.
For sale hy W. CJiEE A CO., '
feb8-wfm0 ? ' _Adger's Wharf,
1 8 - THE *- 7 1
M CHAMPION HAM*
is considered the beat ever introduced in this city.
This ls the opinion of all who have tried them.
is warranted-If they do not prove what ls claim?
ed for them, the money will be reloaded.
ls cured expressly for the undersigned, and no
expense has been spared to make them superior
to all other Hams,
are put np In thin glazed canvass, and run from
eight to twelve pounds each. We invite every?
body to try
cured expressly for -
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Na 275 King street.
DUFFI ELD'S A
BONELESS BREAKFAST STRIPS.
CHOICE SMOKED BEEF.
. SMOKED BEEF TONGUES.
For sale by
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
Late Wm. S. Corwin A Co.,
JanU No. 276 King street. *
COAL AT $8 75 PBR.TON DELIYEBED.
200 tons Grate and Stove COAL, delivered in
any part of the cltykat |8 7? por ton. Landing thia
day. Apply td J. A. ENSLwW A GO.,
feb2 _No. 141 Bast Bay.
?WOO sacks liverpool SALT, landing from Bark
Beitlste, direct from Liverpool. For sale by
feb?_T. J. KERR * OP.
jyVEBFOOL SALT AFLOAT.
4000 sacks Liverpool SALT,
Jost received per bark Vinco, and for sale ia
lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
Jan23 Ceatral Wharf.
ROOM FACTOR, Y.
I have resumed the manufacture of BROOMS at
Mount Pleasant, and will deliver them at the
Ferry Wharf, in the Qty, aa low as the same
qualities can be bought abroad. Dealers will
always Und a supply at M^srs. GEO. W. WIL?
LIAMS A CO., Factors, and orders to me, Bex No.
461, will be promptly fined. HENRY s, JEW.
febl-w* - , .