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Address RIORDAN', DAWSON A CO..
No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S.e.
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1871.
NEWS OP THE WAY. .
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed quiet at 1G cents; sales 2599
-In Liverpool cotton cloded dull; uplauds
7ia7*rd; Orleans 7|a7jd; sales 12,0C0 bales.
-Deal and dumb clerks are said to be on
trial in some ol the departments In Washlng
-Nilsson is to favor the San Franciscans
with opera as well as" concerts. Random sup?
plies Verger's place in her troupe.
-The New York ladies vea-, their parasols
sword fashion, at their sides, when not in ose
-akilling military style.
-Queen Victoria Is said to have settled her
favorite estate of Balmoral upon the Princess
-This week, Mr. Bowen, ot South Carolina
has a little engagement in Washington, to be
tried for bigamy.
-Many of the young men in Paris, with
beardless, blooming faces, liave taken to fe?
male apparel to avoid the conscript law of the
-The Presbyterian General Assembly, now
in session at Chicano, adopted resolutions of
fraternal greeting, and transmitted them to the
Baptist Assembly, in session at St. Louis.
-Bishop Clarke, (D. W. Clarke, one of the
Methodist Bishops, we presume,) is lying very
low In Cincinnati, scarcely able to recognize
-The little ship City of Ragusa is to sail
from New York this week for Liverpool. Two
men and a suicidal dog will aid the captain In
shivering hrs tarry Toplights.
-At an auction sale of old English pottery
and porcelain at Sotheby's, in London, re?
cently, an old teapot was sold for one hundred
and ninety guineas.
-No less than two hundred and twenty-four
life insurance companies have been woun_
up in Great Britain within the last twenty-*
six years. This ls twice as many as now exist
-Experts differ in their estimates of the
coming vintage ol California, the lowest
figure named being 8,000.000 gallons, and the
highest 12,000.000. Tnere is reason to believe
that the vlutage of 1871 will not fall much un?
der 10,000,000 gallons.
-lt is said that a tourist travelling con?
tinuously, without any stoppages, can now go
around ihe world in eighty days, making the
entire journey by railway and steamship, aud
going by way of Liverpool, the Suez Canal,
Ceylon, Singapore, Hong Kong, Yokohama,
San Francisco and the Pacific Railway.
-For some reason the medical students of
Paris do not join hauds with ihe commune.
They were recently convoked to conter with
that body on the reorganization of the medical
school. By a majority of two-thirds they re?
fused any conference with tue Commune, and
separated with cries ol '-Vive la Republique !"
-Bismarck suffered a defeat receutly in
thc German .Reichstag, on the much-bruited
subject ol allowing fees to its members. Bis?
marck opposed the message ln.au arrogant
and selt^tisfjedjspeech, and was much aston?
ished and disgusted when the house voted for
the bill by 185. yoes to 136 nays. The plea for
the allowance of these lees .. Ls, that the
small allowance to legislators would barely
suffice to cover their actual expenses. '"
-M. Paul Dupont, the great Paris printer,
conducted a business before the war which
yielded him two hundred and fifty thousand
dollars per annum, and divided ten per cent,
of his profits with his workmeu according to
their Individual merit. The establishment
has, or had, Its schools, baths, reading-rooms,
libraries, savings banks and gardens for the
benefit oi its employees. It proved one of the
most successful applications of ihe co-opera
Uve Bystem ever kuown in France.
-A New York lelter Bays: "The mystery
surrounding the. seisjKie of'the. lady a^lhe
8teveus House oh April 29 ls cleared up. Miss
Julia Fitzgerald, employed in a Broadway
store, saw the satchel of tho deceased,"marked
K. E. Harrington, and recognized lt as be?
longing to her friend, Mrs. K. E. Harrington,
whose maiden name was Eliza B. Seiden,
niece of Ueutenaut-Governor Seiden and Gen?
eral Cass, f he went on the stage when young
and married Andrew Harrington, who, lt. is
alleged, became a gambler and deserted her
three years ugo, and is thought tobe in New
Orleans. Mrs. South, ot Mulberry, ohio, who
read-au account of the suicide, has written
to the proprietor of the Stevens H?use,
stating that she believes the woman to be Miss
, -A Boston gentleman spent thc night of
April 9th on the summit of Mount Vesuvius
while that volcano was in a state of eruption.
He describes the crater as having three
throats, so to speak, which were dissimilar in
their action. One was very violent in its
action, and through the night, at longer or I j
shorter Intervals, it was terrific, and consis?
ted in iremendous and sudden explosions in?
finitely louder than those of the heaviest ar
"tiller}', accompanied by the eruptiou to the
height of between one hundred and two hun
dred feet ot immeuse volleys of glowing sioue9
and red-hot cinders, which spread imo mag
niiicent bouquets of great brilliancy. Hub ter
ranean rumblings sometimes preceded the
explosions, which shock the mountain lo its
base. From the second throai flowed a co
pious, compressed volume ol'smoke and Hame,
as irom a furnace, and with no noise except
that of the constant roaring of the flumes.
The third ihrout ttirew out volumes of black
smoke and great bouquets ol glowing cimierB,
but wiih much less violence than ei her of the
other two, and was accompanied with a great
blowiug noise, very mucn like that of an as?
cending rocket ol vast proportions. During
all this time the flu* A lava was great and
-The first martyr to the cause of woman's
rights ls lias B;ihadoor Moroba Canobu, a Hin?
doo gentleman of Bombay, jud^e ol the Small
Cause Court, and distinguished among Iiis peo?
ple as a social reformer. Not so mauy months
ago toe whole world knew ol hun as a progres?
sive man. A Brahmin of the sacred casie, he
deliberately excommunicated himself by advo?
cating tue right of girl-? to an education and of
widows tb marry agaio. He nut only preached
this doctrine, but practiced il; fur, being a
widower with chtldren, he look to himself a
wife irom ainoug the widows, fiie woman
whom he Induced to participai* in Hus breach
of tho ancient laws ot LiruhmluiMn was only
twenty-five years ol' u*o, wini? he was over
fiity ; out irom all accounts their domestic bliss
was complete, and ia due time Bhoolee-baee,
the wfe, presenietT her husband with a boy,
named Hurry-bbao. OF course the whole fami?
ly were declared outcasts, although the father
and husband occupied one of the highest offi?
cial positions allowed a native, and not only
this, but his persecutors induced his children
by his first marriage to bring suits of a most
unnatural and vexatious kind against their
erring father. The couple endured social in?
dignities and public persecution for some
time, until at last life became too cruel for
them.; and one morning those who came to
draw water at the broad-mouthed well in Mo
robaM garden found his scarlet turban on the
parar, et. The bodies of husband and wife
were found below, clasped in an embrace and
bound lightly together with the long neck?
cloth of the judge. They had folded their
bedcbthes neatly, put off their slippers, and
taker the plunge together, driven to suicide
for practical d?votion to woman's:- rights
The todies were burned like ^arWas,.-without
the sacred butter or the fire from the temple ;
hut ought they not to be canonized ?
Thc Franco-German Treaty.
"Treaties ace made to be brui:*n." So
say uh? satirists, and certainly not wituovr.
reason. For whenever the will of an auto,
erat, or the temper of a nation becomes res?
tive tinder the} restrictions of a treaty, they
easily find a protest for setting the contract
[?aside, just as lawyers have always been able
! to drive that proverbial coach-and-four
through any act of Parliament. To be sure,
the violators of a treaty must be prepared to
tight. And for this reason it has come to
pass that treaties are binding only on weak
State3 and minor powers. The great and
strong are a law unto themselves. It is sad
to be forced-to make such an admission, foi*
it seems all but conceding that might makes
right. But as long ns human nature re?
mains as it has been'heretofore, and as it is
now, we fear that constitutions, laws and
treaties, however carefully framed, and how?
ever hedged round with checks and balan?
ces, pains and penalties, will be but tempo?
rary-mere compromises; the work of a
hoare, of experts, formulating accomplished
facts, nothing more. A treaty, therefore,
may be considered binding for the time
being, but cannot be considered a finality.
The treaty of 1815, perhaps one of the most
laboriously constructed compacts between
natio as in the annals of histor}*, was, doubt?
less, the best agreement it was possible to
make at Hie time by the high contracting
powers represented at Vienna; but before
many years had elapsed, one after another of
those powers 'found what seemed to them
good reasons for picking holes in it, till at
lust Ute old instrument was found to be all
tatt?red and torn-in fact, past mending
Then: has npw been another shuffle of the
cards, and the map of Europe has once
more been reconstructed, though not by Na?
poleon, whose Angers foryears had a strange
itching for this job. History here again re?
peats itself The Treaty of Vienna, the
most important of modern times, as we have
Jtatec, foHowed the downfall of Napoleon
ihe Fi ret, and the Treaty of Frankfort is the
.e8ultof the fall of Napoleon the Third.
Time must tell how lasting .this latter com?
pact Ls to prove. Its element of strength
ies it; the fact that it is the legitimate out?
growth of the struggle for nationality, ene
)f the leading factors in the history of Euro
jeun* civilization of tho present century,
[little by little has this great temple been
:onst.*uct*d. First, we have the war for the
udepindeuce of Greece; then the ro vol* ti o a
roding in the establishment of the Kingdom
if Belgium; next Italy, struggling for au
ojiouiy, tked of being a mere ."geographi
.calideu;" ami. lastly Germany, "unifying
'herself"-as the phrase awkwardly has it.
ts u mutter'of course there are heads bruis
d anil bonee broken in these struggles for
ew boundaries. Where there is a victor
aero :s always a victim; and war is a rough
;ame. Individual rights, or the law of na
ions, ure not uufrequenily set aside, or
eckleasly trampled upon, when found iu the
alb lo the object sought. ,
Thhi is the case in regard to the treaty
ist concluded between Germany and France,
.lsuct nud Lorraine at e to be Germanized
ot merely upou the nationality principle,
ir if it were left lo the plebiscite, the dwel?
la" tn ??ose two nrovtooeamigbl flake it into
heir L ends to cho?.se to remain Frenchmen,
lihiaiy considerations require the annexat?
ion; though "nationality" is given as one
f the rearons for the step; and hence uone
ut the German-speaking provinces of
'rance have been annexed. The German
eoplu entertain the hope, sincerely, we be
eve, that, by .kindly treatment the con
ciousness'of their German nationality will
? revived in tho people of Alsace and Lor?
aine. The recent events in Paris have cer
ainly facilitated thc task of the German
talesmen; and the growing lustre of the
?erman Empire will also have its eflocL
?'lins we read that already in Strasbourg a
aeetiag of about ninety maires has been
leid, at which a series of resolutions were
dopted asking for the establishment of a
:ompiete University in their city, and also
or the immediate representation of the pen?
ile ki iii? German Parliament.
If Ihe new provinces, as is likely to be' the
:ase, will soon he completely Germanized, the
.ran.- fer of about 5000 square miles and over
)ne nnd a half millions of inhabitants some?
what affects the relative position of France
ind Germany umoug the Great Powers of
Europe.' France, which before the war had
53,000,000 of Inhabitants, will be reduced to
ibout 36.000,000; Germany, which bud like?
wise oS.OOO.OOO, vvill be ruised to about 40,
300,000.. Tuts disparity, it will be seen/is t
titer all not. very great; 'nd, U3 far aa it I
lt'pends on population alone, France is very
ar, as some of her distressed sons feared, .
rom being reduced to a second rank power. t
3vtui now when her foreign colonies are
-ounted tu, sue hus a population consider
ibly exceeding that of Prussia. The inipor
auca of the territorial chutige, which has
tow 'been finally ra Hied by the Treaty of
frankfort, urn only be appreciated if we t
.onsider that Germ my, while the equal of 1
frat-ce iu population, displayed a strength e
nUniti'ly superior, and that, therefore, the j (
ruuifer of two of ihe most flouris?lng prov'
ucen of Prance tnu3t increase thia superiori- j
y in it manner which will muke another t
iggressive war ou the part of Frauce for a
oug limo neariy irnfjoB6ibie, unless it lie in
illiunce with anuthe. great power. A dis- -t
tiulity of Fruucu togo to war with Germany ti
a.elves the impttssibUlty to continue for ihe
im?; being au itiiciuni opposition to the tur?
fier progresa ol the national unity ot' Ger
aacy. This may very soon prove to be the
most important of all the consequences of
the Treaty of Frankfort- In tb? opinion of
tie German people, the edifice of National
TJnity is still incomplete. Of the countries
which until 1866 were represented In the
Federal Diet, two are still outside of the new
Empire, the German provinces of Austria
and Luxembourg. The latter is reported to
be on the eve of reconnecting itself with
Germany. At all events the Luxembourg
question has now dwindled down to utter
insignificance in comparison with the ques?
tion a3 to the., fate of German Austria.
Leaving out of account the Germans in Hun?
gary, there is in Austria a compact German
population of about 8,000,000, who take-the
deepest interest in the greatness and the
glory or the German nation, and who now
cannot help regarding the Emperor and the
Reichstag of Berlin as the great banner
bearers of the German interests.
A*VVESTEBN contemporary makes an In-:
I teresting estimate of the gain in Congres?
sional representation which mpst accrue to
the Southern States under the new census.
By the emancipation of the Blave population
two-fifths of that aggregate, or say 1,680,-.
000, have been added to the representative
basis of these States. In 1860, out of 253
representatives, the slaveholding States had
84, or one less than one-third; they willn?w,
out of 280 members, be entitled, under the
census of 1870. to 104, or ten more* than
.one-third of the whole house.
MORRIS,-Died, on the morning of the 22d In
instant, ST. JCUEN MAZYCK, infant daughter ti
Wm: R. and A. St. J. Mon is.
pS*TRE RELATIVES AND FRONDS*
of the family arc invited to attend the Funeral
Services at No. 0 Glebe street, THIS AFTKRNOON,
at 4 o'clock." may 23*
pS-THE FRIENDS AND AfQTJAINT
TANCES of Mr. and Mrs. JO .IN GONZALEZ, and
of their respective families, are respecfully invit?
ed to a*'end the Funeral M-rvlces of the latter, at
St. Pa .lek's Church, THI3 AFTERNOON, at half
past 4 o'clock. may22-*
pS* THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. C. Gerken, and
or their Bun, HENRY DOSCHBR, and of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Behrens, and Mr. and Mr?. Eide Wir
man, and of Mr. John Wlrman and of Mr. Henry
Voig\ are respectfully Invited to attend the Fane
ml of their son, HENRY DOSOHER, THIS AFTER?
NOON, at 4 o'clock, from his late residence, corner
of Morris and Smith streets. '_may23-?
MOORE.-Died, ar. his residence tn Gllll-oiivllle,
Beaufort County, S. C., on Monday, the 15tit of
May, 1871, JOHN MOORS, iu the sixty-eighth year
of his age. ? #
FITZSIMONS.-Died.-on the 13th April, at Rice
Hope plantation, near Georgetown, S. 0., PAUL
FITZS iii ONS, In thc 40th year of his age.
'-The law of kindness was upon his Ups and
ever flowed from his heart,'' f
O'NEllX^v^McKE WK-N OTIC E
ls hereby given to all persons whose claims
against the Estate of thc Rev. P. O'NEILL have
been proved and allowed, to call on th* subscrib?
er, at the Courthouse, and receive the Fifth Divi?
dend of Five Per Cent, on their, c.alms, at any
time between 4 and 6 o'clock P. M.
may23-3 JOHN B. GRAY, Receiver.
ps* C0?NTY TREASURER'S OFFICE,
FIRE PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
MAY 20. 1871.-NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX?
PAYERS OP 1868 AND 1869.-The delinquent taxes
tor 186-and 18se are now being received at the
Uonnty Treasurer's Oflloe. Persons paying the
lame before June 10th will save additional coBts of
After that date the personal property of delln
ineuts will be levied upon and sold at public ven
lue to the highest bidder.
may22-6 County Treasurer.
.MESSRS EDI ORS-PLEASE AN?
NOUNCE as a Candidate for Mayor, at the next
duniclpal Election, the name or General JOUN ?.
VAQENER, and oblige
may 17 A FRIEND ''O ItEFORM
pS* NOTICE.-OWNERS OF LOTS ON
iullivan's Island are hereby notified that the
trad duty for the year 1871 must be paid t?*he
'rea-mrer, at offloe No. 15 Broad street, on or be
ore the 31st day of M iy, instant.
By order or the Town Council of Mouitrieville.
D. B. G ll.LI LAND.
pS* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
n all Sub-Agents of trie Land Commission, that,
rom and after the arst day -T March, 1871, they
rill report oil their proceedings to Hon. F. L.
'ARDOZO, Secretary nf the Advisory Board
ROBT. O.'DBLARGE, L. C. S. S. C.
Columbia, February 2s. I87t. marl!
pS* BAKER'S CITRATE MAGNESIA.
. splendid preparation. Completely superseding
lie usc of all nauseous purgative Medloines? Sold
y Druggists. JNO. C. BARER A CO., Philadel
A full snpply on hand hy
DR. H. BA ER,
feb7-tuthsfiinris No. 131 Meeting street.
p?~ PURIFY" TUE BLOOD -IT IS AN
stubbs lied fact that a very largo class of dh-or
ers can ouly be cured by such reraedle-i as will
nter uno the blood, and irculatc with U through
very p rliou of the body; for by this m?'ans only
ap the remedv be brought Into immediate con
act with the disease. To obtain this desirable
nd. no preparation has ever been so uniformly
ucccssful as Da. JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE. Scro
aia. King*-" Evil, Oaiicer and Can corona Tumors,
Vhlte Swellings, Kulargeiucnt of the Bones,
Ihroulc Rheumatism anil Gout, Emptive ?ls
uses of the skin, OM and Indolent dcors,
?oltrou*? Swellings nf the Throat, Ac, are cured
itltn a certainty which has astoniftued every ue
lolder. fr. is, he-ides, one of thc most pleasant
trueles that can tie taken into the stomach; oper
itlng a^ a ionic, li moir ves Dys-pcpsia and Nerv
ins Affections, and im:i irts a glow of animation
in health unequalled by anything lu the whole
iaterla Me.-li-a. Sold by all DiUttglsts. 'JOOD
tICU. WIN Kl LAN & 00., Wtiolesale Ageuts.
pS* THE U"CSEUOLD TONIC.-THE
iQlcacynf HOS .13 (TERM CE .Eil RA CED STtiM
u:il BITTERS aa a specific for recruiting the eu
ceblud body and cheering the desponding mind
las passed Into a proverb*, lu the United states,
vue: e this marvellous ionic has borne do wu alt
?pposl lon and eclipsed alt rivalry, the demand
or it has annually increased n a heavier ami
lea vier ratio tor years, until at last the regular
?ales of this preparation exceed those of all other
itomachlcs commited. Eminent members of Hie
nedicai profession, and ho piulsuigeous without
lumber, have candidly admitted that, ihe phar
naco: sela of thc faculty contains no pre>?cri?jilja
hat produces such beneficial effect* lu dyspepsia,
jeneral -leoiiiu anil nur vous diseases as HOSTET -
rER'S BITTEKS. To use the language 01 a ven?
dable physician of New York, "1 he Hitters are
he purest niimiHai.t and the safest tonic we
lave." But the uses of the great vegetable anti
lo e are much more compreliensive than such
ira is? would imply. As a preparatory antidote
o ?pid?mie disease, a genial stimuaur, a pro
noter or co- ?hu ion;d vigor, an appi-tizer, a
tomachtc, und a ramed, for nervous debility, no
uedlelual preifciration Ivas ever .U;tined ene repn
ailon Of UuSTETTER'-> BITTER'S*. It ls the.
lousehold mule or Hie i merlon people, and, tn
,d human pronamlity. tvdi be so fur centuries to
nme, Tue magna es of science reoognize Its
nerita, amt that il l- emphatically tho medicine
f the masses, ts proved by its van and ever In
rcaslug sales. may20-6MC
WALTON, from New York, are hereby not:
that she ls THIS DAT discharging at Adj
North Wharf. Consignees will pisase call a
flee of WM. B. HERIOT, underwriters' agent,
sign average bond, before Goods can-be remo
All-Good not signed for and remaining on w
arter snnset will be stored at their risk a?d
pense. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
m ay 23-1_'_ Agen I
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSI
JAMES ADGER, from New York, are notified I
she ls discharging cargo, at Adger's Wharf. Gt
not called for at sunset will remain on the wi
at owners' risk. ' JAMES ADGER A'CO.,
?3r CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSI
"VIRGINIA," from Philadelphia, are hereby
tilled that she will discharge cargo TO-DAY
Brown's Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sm
will remain on wharf at owners' risk and
pense. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agen
NOTICE.-HAVING BEEN l
POINTED SUB-AGENT by Messrs. E. SEBRI
& CO.. and J. L. MOSES, Esq., I beg to inform
friends and thc public that 1 am now pr?par?e
RECEIVE ORDERS FOR TICKETS for the So
Carolina Land and Immigration Gift Concerte.
F. VON SANTEN.
No 229 King street,
' Next door to the Academy of Music
?&" NOTICE.-THE- BATTERY BAT
INC-HOUSE, off White Point Garden, has b
thoroughly repaired in ailits various departmei
and 4s now opened for the accommodation
visitors. Thank mg the public for past f?vor
would tao-ii respectfully solicit their patronagi
maylo-tnths M. McMANMON, Proprleto)
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAE
LINA-BEAUFORT COUNTY.-Court or Comrr
Pleas, Second C rcuit.- JOHN H. SCREVI
Guardian o*r HARRIET A- GAD-DEN, Plaint
against'FREDERICK LANG BALLE, na Heir
La--- or DAVID M. LANGBALLE, Deceased, 1
rendant.-summons r^* Reitet
To the Dcrcndanf above mentioned: You i
hereby required and snmmor.ed to answer t
complaint m this action, or which a copy w
fled in the tfflco of The Clerk if the C.iurt
Comrao: Pleas for tho County of Beaufort, In t
State afore.-oJd, o i the ninth day of Muy, 18
: and to serve a copy of your answer on the st
scrlbers, at th lr office, In Beaufort.-South Cai
fina, within twenty days arter the service or tl
summoun upon you, exclusive or the day ot si
vice. lr you fulHo answer the complaint with
i that time, ihe Plaintiff will apply to the Court f
the relief demanded in the comp amt,
Dated Beaufort, May 9th, 18:i.
BELL A BARNWELL,
To the D fendant, PRE ?JERIOK LANGBALL
Take notice that the summons In this action,
which the foregoing ls a copy, with complaint a
nexed. was & ed In the Office or the Clerk of tl
i ourt or Common Pleas, for the County orBeaufot
In the State afore aid, on thc 9th day of May, 187
Tue object or said, action ls the Foreclosure of
Mortgage of Real Property, In this State, executi
hy DAVID M. LANGBALLE to the Plaintiff, c
the llih day of'July, 1860.
Dated Beaufort, So. Ca., May 9th, 1871.
BELL ft BARNWELL,
ZW CHAHLEST?t? BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Treasurer or the Charleston liible Society wi
receive Subscriptions or Donations at his omet
No. 68 East Bay, corner of Atlantic Wharr. Til
payment of Two Dollars will constitues person
member ror one year. Bibles are kept on han
for distribution. The Society, has one Co'porteu
In the field, and solicits aid to introduce anothei
Persons Interested in the work or seeking furthe
information win please cai: on the Treasurer.
J, N. ROBSON,
apr28-amoB_Treasurer C. B. S.
par- MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENT!
suffering from Diseases pertaining to the GRNlTi
DRINA RY ORGANS, will receive the latest seien
elfie treatment by placing themselves under thi
care oi Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, orBce No. 74 Hase
street, three doors rrom the PostoiHce.
iSEST READ CAREFULLY
FEVER AND AGUE.
The only preventive known ror Chills and Feve:
IS the ase of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIE?A.tt- SCHNAPPS
Is good lor Dyspepsia.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDA1I SCHNAPPS
Is a preventive of Chills aud Fever.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls good Cor all Kid ney an I Bia ider Complaints
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used all over the World by Physicians in theil
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Gout.
WO! FE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
lR good lorall Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAITS
ls good for Colic and pulu in th-; si omach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls imuated and counicrieited, and purchasers will
have to u.-e caution iu purchasing.
I beg leave tu edi thc attention ur nie reader to
testimonials'injavor ol the Schnapps:
I reel bound to say that I regard your SC?NAPPS
ns being lu every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving or medical patronage. At all events lt
lt tue purest possible article ul' Hodund gin. here?
tofore uuobtainaoic, and as such may bo Barely
prescribed Oy physicians'. ?
. ' ' ll A.VI ll L. Ul OTT. M. D.,
: Pharmaceutical Chcmisi, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
I reel that we have now an attune oi gm suit?
able for sueh cases as that remedy ls Adapted to.
Ult. J. W. Ililli)UT.
"Schuapps" ls a remedy in chronic catarrhal
1-take great pleasure in -bearing highly credit?
able testimony te Its cincacy as a remedial agent
in tho diseases lor which you recommend lt.
Having a natural tendeucy to the mucous sur?
faces, with a slight degree or stimulation, I re
card it as uue ol the most Important remedlesui
chronic caiarrhal affections, parucularly those ?I
the geulto-uriuary apparatus. With much re
meet, your obedient servant,
CH?S- A. LK.IS, M. D., New York.
No. -'6 PIXS Si KEET, N. Y.. NOV. 21, 18t?7.
UooLrno WOLFS. ESQ.. l*reseiU: ?EAI? stn-l
hare mane a chemical examination or a sample
or* your "Schiedam Schnapps,'1 with the intent ol
determining if any foreign or Injurious substance
find been added lo tue s.mple distilled spirits.
The examination has re>uited In thu conclusion
that thu sample coutaiued uo poisonous or harm?
ful admixtures. I have been unable to discover
any trace of the deleterious substances winch
are .sometimes employed In the aunitcratlon of
liquors. I would uot hesitate to use mvsetr, noi
to recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
the "Schiedam Schnapps" as an excellent ?iud
unobjectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
yours, (Slgucd) CHAS. A. SKtiLY. Chemist.
CnEurc.-.L Asn TECHNICAL LABORATORY, I
18 KxcitANUE PLACE, N. Y., Nov. ?a. 1M67. J
UOOLPHO WOLFK, Esq. : DEA it sm-Tue under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analysed a
sample ol your bromarle Schiedam Scnapps."
selected by ourselves, and have found the same
free rrom ail organic or inorganic subs lances,
more or less Injurious to heall h. From the result
or our examination we consider the article one ol
superior quality, healthful as a beverage, and
ortcctnal (41 it-< medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX. TRIPPE!., Chemist.
FRANCIS E. KNOELHARD, M. D.
Por sale by all respectable Grocers and Dru
U DOLF HO WOLFE'S EST..
mar2l-3mos No. 22 BEAVER STREET, ?. T.
TTTTABHIMG?ON LODGE, ^To.^oT ATT
VJ M.-An Extra Communication t)f thia
LcoVe 'wl.i be bald To SO?.ROW EVENING. 24th
instant, at 8 o'clock. The Bretnren will please be
punctual, as basinets of importance to every
member of the Lodge will be considered.
Ky order W. M. T. E. STROTHER,
PIONEER ?TEAM FIRE COMPANY OF
AXttEN.-Attend an Extra Meetlnsr of your
Company on? THIS (Tuesday) EVENING '?3d
in s tu n r. at 8 o'clock preel?ely.- Pul attendance
desired, as buslniss of ?importance will be tils
cussc. By order Presiden! SMYTHE.
may23 J. W. McKENKY. Secretary.
T~"HE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of the Sans souci Club will be heH THIS
KTBK1MO, May 23d. at 8 o'clock. Members are
I-particularly requested to be punctual, ns busi?
ness QI importance will be submitted. Also come
prepared to pay arrears. .
Bv order. J. EUG ENE ST. AMANO,
may23->_secretary S. S. C.
jTTlfNA STEAM FfSE ENGINE COM
/TJ PANY.-Au Extra Meeting of tills Cora
pan. win be held at the hall of the "hume Hnu-e,
on WEDNESDAY VENING. 24th inst ant, at hair
past 8 o'clock. Honorary, Contributing and Ac?
tive Members- are earnestly r- quested to ai tend,
as business or Importance 'fill be considered. By
order of Officers. may23-2
? 111 an: 5.
W" TNTED~A NO.TW ?SHEE-APPLY
at No. 13 South Bny. may931*
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
White Girl, a Blina lou as chambermaid
or to mind children. Nc'objections to travel.
Apply at No. 10 King street._.atay23-2?
W"ANTED, A MAN HOUSE SERVANT
to Kian Flat Rock until November. Un?
questionable reference required. Apply at north?
west corner Rutledge and Montague streets.
T*/ANTED, A NURSE; SETTLED
Ty WOMAN preferred. Must come welt re?
commended. Apply <it sash Factory, King street,
opposite Cannon. ma*23-2*
CAPITAL WANTED.-A PLANTER
having good pasturage lands dtsires rc en?
gage tu raising stock, und I* prepared io offer In?
ducements to a capitalist who will Join him tn
the business. For particulars, apply to WAHD
LA W A CAREW, corner Broad aud Suite Btreeta.
maj 15-mthta 4*_
AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN (SCOTCH)
wants a situation; is acquainted wah Dry
Gooda and Groceries; Isa cood Accountant, und
willing lo make himself generally us-lul. ' CHU
glvvtlrsr-c'itSK rete.enees. Address Veritas. Offlie
of TUB NEWS._. may is
AYOUNG LADY IN THE COUNTRY
wishes a -it nallan ns Companion or House?
keeper in the city or country. For terras, and
other particulars, address "B," DAILY NEWS
WANTED TO RENT. BY A PUNCTUAL
' and permanent lea ant, a neat and pleas?
antly situated dwell,nLT. containing not less than
lour square rooms. The western part or the city,
'or the neighborhood nf thc Battery preferred. Ad?
dress statt OL' location and lowest rent, '-Te?an*..''
ortlee of Tua Nsws. ai rl8
DENCE. No. 59 Smith Htreet. Possession
.given Immediately. Apply nt Sk. 6 Liberty street.
TO RENT, PART OF TUE BUILDING
In rear of No. 3 Pitt street, containing two
linc large, and one small Room and .Pant ry, RNO ?
, Kitchen Room, underneath Apply at No. 3 Broad
TO RENT, THE WHOLE OR PART OF.
an elegant and commodious Residence, in
tue western part of the city, having a fine garden
attached, and all neee&sary outbuildings. Pos?
session given immediately. Apply .to G. N. BER
NARP, No. 86 Broad street._may*t-tus8
KOSEVILLE COTTAGE, AT, AIKEN,
IO LET for the summer, a? moderate re-jt.
reaches ami Grapes fdr family use supplied
gratis. AdtlreSs J. 0.DERBY, Aiken, s. 0.
TO RENT, A SUMMER RETREAT IN
the Town of Audersun, S. C.-a beautiful
Cottage, contalnlugsix rooms, partially furmsiied.
The garden ls in a high sto.te or cultivation, and
the surroundings all that cnn tie desired tor sum?
mer comfort ?;id pleasure. From May to October*
lhere ls not a more agreeable lm-aUiv to South
Cand?na.- Apply to F. G. DB FONTAINE, at th?
Mills Un use, or to M., Box IOU, Anderson, S. C.
if or Sale.
NEWSPAPERS in large i r sinai quanti: ?es.
Pnce 50 'ENTS PER HUNDRED. Ap,dy at the
office of TUE NEWS. . m:iyl8
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY of the above. Ai-ply at Board of Trade
rio ms, No. lat Meeting sn ecL novio-tu
LXlii- SALE, SEVhR.vL SEWING MA?
AT CHINKS, ol' good qiiauty, .which are offered
. heap. Call at No. 27 f,> men street, betweei
led mg ainl-Chure.il street-:. Mill
WOOD SAWED AT 60 CENTS PER
cord for each cul, from and after this
date; and sold at WM. JOHNSON'S WOOD AND
COAL YARD, east end Laurens street.
ABARGAIN 1-TU Pl* IN TE HS AND
HOOK Bl ND Kits.-A Rumiles Wood Frame
Paper cutler, will be sold low for casu. Is nearly
new. cuts 23 Indies, and ha-s au extra knire.
charge for package. Pri?e $40. Apply, ai TUE
NEWS Job office. mar.?
jEos? urtu JJH??C.
L~OST7 ON-TBE EVENING O? THE
17i h Instant, <>n King si ree', between Bn>ad
and George streets, a BllA -S SOZZbE, belong ng
>o the Monow ll ure Eugine Cuuip.ir?v. lithe
pen-on who faun it wilt return Hie ?une tu the
undersigned a rowam win be gl>en. WM. y.
MILLICH. Secretary .stonewall F. E- Cumpauy.
LOST. ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
In King street, between the Stures o:' Mr.
tO..WfN arid Mr. FALK, a Buckskin WALL T,
cr nta nmg a sum of roo i?y and a memorandam.
The nader wUi ne rewarded, by leaving tim same
at No. $ Ruiledge ai reet.- may23-l*
BO ARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN,
csu he yeeninin I a1 tal with good boan)
au.i pleasant rin?ra>, mi moderne terms, uv ap?
plying at. No. 12 Wentworth .street. ?D.vY BO vRiJ
fMr als > furnlsiii d. m n lo
MADAME LUZIEK, PARISIAN DBBSS
UAKEIt, na? removed ui No. 238 RING
arttEET, east side, between Marker, and llasel
VrOTIGB.-THE "EQUITABLE LIFE
"1 ASSURANCBSOCIE'?',V.',bf Ne-? Vork, fr\vr
?euioved from No. ill Meeting street to their
aew o;llce, No. 20 BRUAH STREET.
WM. B. SHAW,
fehis 'ifiieral Atrent.
?RilUnern, .Dressmaking, j?c.
jyj A D'A" ?? E iV ? Z?KR,' "
P?RISIA N DRESsMAlvBR,
No. 238 KINO STREET. BAST SIDE, BETWEEN
MARKET ANO II VS li, -.rs., (UFSTAIRS.)
FINE FRENO ll CORSETS M IDE TO ORDER.
URAL CA lt O L IN IAN
FOR MAY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VA lt I ED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number.25 coats
For sale by
WALKER. EVANS A COGSWELL,
Publishers, No*. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS KVEliV WHERE.
J & P. COATS'
We have In stock anal iv.ll always keep anas
sortaient of GOATS' TURRAD for sale at New
York trade prices. JOHN G. MILNOR A CO..
febll stutuemoa No. 135 Mealing street.
G E B M A:N IA BUND.
Will be glvea at the
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE, TO MORROW, THE
The'Stenmer will leave the Wharf at tho foot of !
Market street, at io A. M., and l, 3 and 5 30 P. M.
Returning, on the last trip, at 10 P. M.
0. P. GARDNER, Chairman.
F. Wi MEYER, " F. W. KRH3TE, J. H. OTJEN
Q AROLIKA DRAMATIC CLUB.
(Old Freundschaftsbund Hall, 61 Eoclely St)
Benefit Tendered to the
CAROLINA DRAMATIC CLUB,
WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY SO, 1871,
Tom Taylor's standard Drama.
STILL WATERS RUN DEEP,.
And the Laughable Farce, .
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance com?
mencing at 8 o'clock.
'Tickets Si; to he had ac the following stores:
WM. SCHRODER, (Cigar Store) B. K. NEUF
VII.LE, BOINEST A-MARTIN, FOGARTIE'3 Book
House. VON SANTEK'S Bazaar, CHARLES
RICHTER'S Book Store, Hasel street; HOLMES'
Book-House. . .
jg*No Reserved Seats. may23-tnth33iatnw3
P-I C N IC
LA CANDEUR LODGE, No. 36, A. F. M..
AT THE SCH?TZEN PLATZ,
On Wednesday, May 21 th, V 71.
Omnlhuses will be In attendance the wt ole day,
and carty p rtlclpants to the gate.
Tickets can be ebtalnr? from the undersigned
D. MULLER. J. MADSEN.
WM. t KfHER. J. J. BOKOER,
HENRY WA OE NE ti. .
JUST" OPENEDTCIIEAP I-OBT CASHT
THE FOLLOWING GOODS* .
Large lot CORSE I'S, from 40 c.s. to $1 60 /J er pair,.
so dozen Ladies' White Cotton Hose, at 25, worth
160 dozen Gent's Brown Hair Hose, at 12J?, 16, 20,
26 to 40 cents
300 dozen Boys' and Misses' Hose, at 12M cents,
worth 20 t<> 25 cents
20 dozen Gent's Gauze Merino Shirts, at 60 oect3,
300 dozen Linen Cambric Udkra., ate*. 10, ux,
16 and 20 cents each
60 di x h lluck Towels at the low price of 12>? ind
is cents . \
50 dozen Super Towols, at 26 to 60 cents
60 dozeu Damask Napkins, at $1,125,1 .%o and $2
loo dozen shirt Bosoms, at 15,20, 26, 30 tt 50 cents
sup Wt and 8-4 half-bleached Taote Danu.sk, at 35
to 60 cents
8-4 Bleached Damask. 70 and 36 cents
A full I ne in Irish Linens, at 25.30, 40, SO to 75 cts.
We beg to call special attention to our stock of
the i ol: owing Goods, which we arc offering at very
Piala Nainsooks, 16, 20. 25 cents
Fig a rt d 'Swiss, 20 to 50 dents
SpencerMuullns, 40 to-76 cents
Swiss Muslins. 12s to 50 cents
Mull M usn i is, 20 to 60 ce ms .
Nainsoou Muslins, 20 to 60 cents
White Pique, 15,20, 26 to 60 cents
Large lot Hamburg Edgings, at 15, 20,25, 10,35 eta.
2 cases New sty ie Punts, at I2J??; 4-4 Figured
English Cambrics, 25c; tot fist colors Misllus, IQ
and l'.!>ic; lot English .Bateges, very .clieap; lot
Figured Linea Lawns, very cheap; super Apron
Linens, 25c; BrowH Linen Drills, 15, 20 aqd 25c:
Cotton ades, 20 sad 26c; summer Cassia teres and
Tweeds, a fall noe at low prices.
Wf respectfully sultan an examinant n of our
stock bet?re purchasing, as we guarantee to sell
as cheap as any bouse in the city.
Resrectruly, 1 STOL'-, WEBB A; CO.,
may23-tnth2 Nos. 237 and .289 King street.
Groceries, fciqnors, #1:.
ATHORS SPRINGS WATER
Bogen A Son's DIAMOND SPARKLING CATAWBA
Btnnltiger'.s OM London Dock Oin, Old T sm Gin
Assorted French Brandy; Fruits,.in quartjars
Assorted Frenen Fruit-, In own juice, put np in
glass stoppered decanters
Frental Pickle?, jn fancy Jars
india currie, in flasks
Yarmouth Bloater Paste. Amhovy Paste
French Mustard, lu glass pots
Queen's Olives, Capers, Bordeaux Clive Oil,
Florence Olive Oil, iu flasks, and tiengal Chutney.
. " E. E. BEDFORD,
Late W. S. Oorwin A Co.
i.anli_No. 276 Kine street.
VfEW BUTTER, IMITATION ENGLISH
Xl CHEESE, AC.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
Choice New GOSHEN BUTTBR, Jenny Lind Im?
itation English Oneesu. Mild Factory Chose, Pine?
apple Cheese, You g America Cheese, Eidam and
Sup >ago Cheese, Extra s.no ked Tong nee and*
Breakfast Bacon Strips. Ctio'?e Pickted B:?ef, Fam?
ily Plg^Pork and Pic led ox longues.
Durneld's, American,. Whcstpiialla, Whitaker,
Extra Star, Davis's Diamond, and the' celebrated
White Sugar-cured Champion Hams.
For sale by E. E. BEDFORD, .
jan ll NO. ?7o Kimr street.
??REMEN LAGER BEER
S. E. BK ll FOR'),
anil NO. ?7-T Km?? street.
HOIOE PIG HAMS,
FROM 6 TO 9 LBS.,
Cun always be found at
JV. H. WELCH'S,
S. w; corner Meeting and Market streetB.
All goods delivered free. may20
O O K O U T 1
FOR THE SIGNS OF THE CROCKERY HOUSE
AND CAROLINA TBA AGENCY.
JOST ARRIVED AT
LIN LEY'S CHEAP STORE,
No. ass King street,
A new supply ofthat famous DOLLAR TEA.
Uso. w large lot of mat very superior YOUNG
IIYsON TEA, which delights ail Tea connoisseurs
'.vho luve ever tried P, and which I sed nt thc lo v
price of $1 50 per pound. This t ea ls guaranteed,
und lam willing to re:und the mouey tc any pur?
chaser who sliojild be dissatisfied.
A large lot of CANNED FRUIT, VEGi; TABLES
AND FISH, of fie most approved brands, which
will i' sold at low prices.
Ag.'i.erai assortaient of Groceries, at reduced
(basted and Ground Rio, Laguayra sud Java
?otl'i'f.s, fre-sn every day. TKe roasting is done
upon the premises, under my personal super
visl.ai. Quahtv aud kluJs guaranteed.
FilBVOH CHINA I FRENUn CHINA I
rea Sets ot plain French China, 44 pieces, for $8
Tea Sets, gokl band French Chiua, 44 [ teces, for
A lurg? assortment of French Chine for table
use. Also, Fancy China Goods, Vase 1, Cologne
sew, Motto Cops ana Saucers, Tete-a Tete-Sets,
English Crockery, Glassware, Tin .vere, Hard?
ware, \Vo'Ki -n.vare, baskets, .Looking Glasses,
a tut a ecneral assortment of House Furnishing
nonda-stud twenty-ttve per cent, cheaper than
Special a enuon paid to country orders, accom?
panied wan casa.
All inquiries t>y letter promptly answered.
No charge for packing or delivering ti any pan
of the city.
marw-lyr JOHN W. LINLEY.
~?B&V5jL FREN?H^WHITE WINE^VlNE
80 quarter casks in Bonded Warehouse.
S?r aaleTby ? y A. TOBIAS' SONS.
may23-3_* * -._
gUPERIOR. ADAMANTINE CANDLES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale boxes and bau*
boxes Superior AD AMANTINE CANDLES, land?
BOUCHE FILS ? CO.'S CHOICE CHAM?
A. TO?IAS' SONS, Agents or Messrs. B?nens
Fils A Co., or Marenll Sur Aix, France, will take
orders-for either direct Importation, or vis
New York, of their superior and celebrated grades
of NAPOLEON'S CABINET, CARTE BLANCHE,
The. trade will lind samples at oar office.
may23-6tnl . _
QOGNAO AND L A ROCHELLE - BRAN
' DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS. No. 110 EAST BAT,
Offer for sale from C. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
various vintages, in
Gases of one dozen bottles each.
?JHOICE GRADES OF FLOUR.
MORDECAI k GO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
Super, Extra and Family FLOOR,' Choice
CaOICE DEJ?ERARA SUGAR AND MO
.LASSES. . i ?'-??.?-'ti
CARGO OF BRITISH BRIG LENA.
MORDECAI A- CO, No. HO East Bay, offer for
sale, landing from Brig Lena, Guion wharf, choice
DEMERARA SUGAR, m titids. and bbls., and very
chotee DEMERARA MOLASSES, In puncheons
and bbls._ may2?-3
JJ UTTER AND STRIPS.
Receiving select lots of above per every steamer
from New York. For sale low by \ ,\
may23-tuth2 B. BOYD, No. 183 East Bay?,
WILSON'S . GROCERY.
Toe largest and best
selected stock of
WILSON'S - GROCERY.
to be found in
WILSON'S " GROCERY.
WILDON'S ORO OER Y.
WILSON'S . . GROCERY.
ls especially Invited.
NILSON'S ORO<"!? RT.
FIRST CLASS GOODS
? ' handled. ?
WILSON'S * ' ?' GROCERY.
four doors above
Wentworth Street. e
WILSON'S ' GROCERY.
LI EB LG 'S EXTRACT OF MEAT,
FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS,
For sale at
No. 306 KING STREET.
UTTER, C. E. SIDES-, Ac.
. 30 .tubs Choice New BUTTER.
15 and s" Choice New Batter
15 hh'ds. Ch ic . (ie ir Rib Sides
15 h ti ?is. Choice Shoulders.
Landing and for sale hy
may22-2_TIEDEMAN, CALDER A CO.
700 bbls. Fine, Extra aud Family FLOUR.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
TTTAG?NBB & MONSEES,
Nos. 163 AND 105 EAST BAY AND Nos. 2f AND 4
' QUEEN STREET,
Have in -Store and receiving daily a large as?
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES;
Consisting In part of :
BACON, HAMS. PORK, BEEF, MACKEREL, MO
LASSES, FLOUR. SUGAR. LA.Kp, SALT, SOAP,
NAILS, COFFEE. TEAS, Aa, AC
WAG ENE tt A MONSEES
Cou ti anally have in s to e a Urge a?d well se
.lected assortment of
SHIP G ROO ERIES,
delivered free of cartage to vessels.
WAGENER A* MONSEES,
Agents for isodor. Bush -A Co, St. Louis, Mo.,
SPARKLING GRAND DUCHESSE CATAWBA.
Also, continually are supplied and have tn store,
CHOICE CALIFORNIA MOUNTAIN WINE,
in sixty gallon casks and demrj dins. These Wines
are eg Jal to any Imported Wiues tn every respect.
QHE A P ! CHEAP! CHEAP!
LUMBER f LUMBER ! LUMBER I
FLOORING, LINING, CEILING, SHELVING,
And all other kinds of Dressed LUMBER, also,
ad kmds >4 Rougn Larmier, constantly un hand: *
Offlbe Planing Mills and Yard H > n o ec t's Wnarf.
east eud of Washington strt-et, and near North?
eastern Railroad. JO iN G MALL iNEE.
J-^?'ME AND LATHS.
1,550 bbls. Fresh LIME
Landing from Schoouer Frank and Ertijly.
IN s i ORB:
CEMENT, Calcined and Lmd Plaster, Hair, Ac.
For saw by ULS?Y A CO.,
may2i_' Nos, ll and 13 V-'.iiUf Raneel
No. 94 CHURCH STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BUILDING MATERIALS bf all kinds constantly
on han l und lor sale low.
Agency for MAUBLEIZ. ? SLATS MANTELS,
maunfacturcd by thePenmyu Marble Company, a
beautuui sub-tu ute for mai me, "at reduced rates.
orders for Kueaunlc Til? for flooring and em?
bossed uud nt Glass lor wloduws, doors, Ac,
promptly fltU-U a. luauufacurer's prices.
Just received a lot of SAoUES, DLtNDS. Ac,
and for sale very low.
P. I). Bos 374. E. M. G Ki MK. E.
may 19 ,
<?iu,ur3, ?o?uico, ??c.
QIGARSTT?B Aca >7^?Werpr?cT^
the undersigned. Proprietor of "EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIGAR EMr'O.lOU." No. 310 King
street, three doors souin of Soctetv street, respect?
fully states to tue smoking, C ewing and Snuf.
ling public, that he has concluded o oder* extra
inducements 10 Wno.esa.e uno Retail Consumers
ofclOARS, TUBAOCO, ->NUFF. AC, by disposing
of his Stock at such prices aa to secure a large
and reliaole trade, AU uxrenMve a .d complete
Lut-oruneoi or all articles in bis Uue of busluess ls
kepi constantly ou naud. mvin? a faculty of
lllllug, without delay, ali orders exten leo-to him,
IOCO in pained With i.asri or draft on responsible
rouses m the city. Purcnasers are requested to
examine lils perfect stock befar? iniding else?
where WM. sHRODER,
d F??5mt0r 0i EMperor WUUlT CiKarlrtore!