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Wedneslay Morning. Nov. 25, 1868.
According to tho message of Gov.
Holden, juBt sent to the Legislature,
the debt of North Carolina, on Octo?
ber 1, 1868, waa $19,208,945, inolu
sive of bonds issued for internal
improvements, amounting to nearly
$4,000,000. The amount of interest
maturing upon October 1, waa $112,
104, which has boen paid in Gash.
The interest maturing during the
present fiscal year, endiug September
30,' 1869, will amount to $1,032,596.
The expenses . of the State govern?
ment during tho present fiscal year
are estimated at $375,280, which, add?
ed to the interest falling due, will
leave $1,407,826 to be provided for.
To meet this the Treasurer will have
$50,034.84 on hand, leaving the re?
mainder to bo raised by taxation.
The stocks and bonds held by the
State amount to $13,241,100. The
Governor recommends that measures
be taken to insure the payment ol
the interest duo tho State from these
stocks and bonds. The value of the
property in the State is estimated at
$250,000,000, upon whioh an ad valo?
rem tax'pf 1- pe^; cent, would ruisc
$2,500,000. Thia, he BUggests, alone
would poy the interest, which Bhbuld
be met promptly. The Governor ad
vocates very strongly the complctior
of the railroads to whioh the Statt
has extended aid, and recommends s
liberal encouragement of immigra
tion and of the common schools, anc
of the education of the people. Hi
advises the. abolition of the present
stay laws, and urges an imm?diat*
organization of the militia.
UNITED STATES BONDS IN EUKOPE
The Echo de la Bourse, published ii
Paris, has an interesting article oi
the operations in tho United State
Bonds in Fran oe and Germany. Thi
journal states that of upwards o
$600,000,000 worth of American Becu
rities held in Europe, four-fifths, a
least, are held in Germany. Th
daily sales of United States Bonds a
Frankfort, Hamburg, Bremen an<
Berliu will, it is asserted, com pun
favorably with the transactions ii
Wall street, and at Rotterdam au
Vienna the sales are larger than i
London. In Paris, the purohases ar
small, and aro principally effected b
Americans residing in or passin
through that city. The EcJu> states
however, that while the European sc
curities have fluctuated greatly i
value; the United States bonds coe
tinue to advance steadily, and at prc
sent aro quoted on the Bourse at
high figure. . This appreciation t
the high value of American securitit
is attributed to the Monthly Circula
issued by thc Treasury Departmen
showing the finaueial condition <
the country, and which is sent to u
the bankers of Europe.
Accounts from the island of Cret
dated September 30, report that tl
mountains aro filled with refugee
chiefly women and children, who aj
subsisting on roots, grass, and tl
bark of trees. The whole fightir.
force, refusiug to submit, are st;
harassing the Turks, und presentir?
os firm a front as possiblo under tl
most adverso circumstances. Tl
Greek Consul in New York also sa;
that 60,000 Cretan refugees aro sec
tered through Greece, and aro eutir
ly destitute. Recently a large hoi
of Cretan children, clothed iu gc
mcnts sent from tho United Statt
went to pay a visit of thanks to t!
Aincricnn Consul at Athens.
Ex-President Roberts, of Liberi
is now in this country. He is
course a negro. He seems to bc
candid one; for whilo soliciting frc
tho Northern people aid for tho I
berian Collego, and claiming that 1
Government has mado conquests
so much of tho interior of Africa
to have now a population of GOO, 0(
only some 18,000 of whom emigrat
from this country, ho also admi
that his Government has permit?
the "contiuuanco of slavery
a very extensivo soalo" among t
conquered tribes. Liberia was
named because it was to be t
home of freemen. There are no
but uogroes there. Yet these i
groes enslave one another. 'I
berts does not seem to connu
that nn objection to bis plan of ;
verning the conquered tribes, or
would probably koep it in roses
while soliciting monoy.
Mr. EdwardS. Benson, from ..??
ting," has just been elected Mayor
Yokohama, in Japan.
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THE GOVEBNMKNT PRINTING OF
SICK.-The Gleavoland Leader de?
scribee the government printing
office. -In 1860, Cornelias Wendell
sold tho establishment to the United
States for $185,000, and it has einco
become the largest printing office in
tho world. Among tho public prin?
ters bave been Gales & Seaton, Jon?
athan Elliott, Armstrong, of Tennes?
see, Duff Green, Blair & Rives, and
Cornelius Wendell, but the system of
contracting for the public 'printing
having been abandoned, and the go?
vernment having its own office, Johu
D. Defree8 hos bonn the superintend?
ent since 1861. Lost year 156 sepa?
rate books and documents were
turned out at this office-a vnrioty of
.work whioh was not probably equalled
by tbe Harpers, Appletons, Lippin?
cotts, Fields and Scribner together.
Tho entire number of copies printed
was not far from 900,000. Mr.
Seward had an appendix to his di?
plomatic correspondence prepared at
a cost of $29,000; the book made 754
pages, and there were 22,000 copies
printed. The diplomatic correspond?
ence, in two volumes, attached to
President Johnson's messages for
1867, made also 2,200 pages, costing
$35,000. The Lincoln memorial book
is the most costly probably ever
issued in the United Stntep. This is
the appendix to Mr. Seward's diplo?
matic correspondence, containing ex?
pressions of sympathy and condo?
lence with tho nation on th.; fate of
Abraham Lincoln. The cost price of
producing the book will be $18,200,
or more than $6 a copy, while the
bindings on some special copies, or?
dered for tho crowned heads, etc.,
abroad, will probably bring them up
to $20 or $25 a copy. Of the agricul?
tural report the extraordinary num?
ber of 220,000 copies have been or?
dered for Inst year, at a cost of $180,
000, or about 85 cents a copy. This
cost is enc .igh to pay tho President,
Vice-President, all tho cabinet offi?
cers, the Speaker of tho House, anti
two-thirds of the first-class foreign
ministers. In these reports lhere ari
450.0J0 pounds of paper, or 221
tons-enough to take 225 double
horse wagons to pull them. At this,
moment there are 800,000 copies o!
the reports of various years lying ir
the vaults of the patent ' office build
ing, being the quantity annually
printed in excess of tho demandi
even of extravagance. These copiet
represent $80,000 of the people'i
money invested in waste paper. Ir
one year new type added cost $18,
804; printing ink, $19,717; coal, 70(
tous; new machinery, $5,000. Ii
tho bindery 4,000 Russian lentbe:
skins were used, 760 packs of gob
leaf, (costing nearly $7,000,) nearb
$5,000 worth of twine and us muci
glue. Paper for post office blank
alone cost $48,000. The binding o
books consumed $73,000, and bind
ing materials $113,000. Engravini
and lithographing $111,000. Go
vernmcnt printers get a trifle bette
prices than are paid elsewhere in th
country. Steady work will give on
$1,500 a year in this manufactory
The work-girls get from $'.) to $12
week. The printers are almost alway
Tho Fairfield (Iowa) Ledger cor.
tai us tho following romance: "Ycui
ago, a Pennsylvania farmer marrie
a charming youug girl from bin ow
village. Farmer occasionally gc
tight. Wife objected; farmer brea tu
angry-stabbed his wife with
butcher-knife. Farmer leaves prc
cipitately for the West. Wife roct
vers. After five years marries ngaii
Second husband dies in a year. SI
leaves for tho West. Arrives at Fui
view. Stops at a boarding-housi
meets former husband; years Inn
passed; she does not recognize bin
and he knows her not. He loves he
proposes. She accepts; they marr
Not twenty-four hours after tho cer
mony wife disrobos; an ugly scar
visible; husband sees this scar:
utterly amazed. Truth dawns upc
them-it is tho long-lost tmaban*
now a sober, wealthy merchant
Trie STREETS OF BOSTON.-Tl
crooked and narrow street^ of Bo.st<
havo at lust become a nuisance not
bo borne by tho inhabitants, ur
energetic efforts aro being made
open wide thoroughfares in tho bm
ness part of tho city, to remedy t
presout blockade of vehicles. 'J
carry ont this measure effective
Homo of the old laod-maks of Bosti
will have to bo removed. A slice,
is stilted, will bo cut out from t
venerable Stato House.
SPECIE PAYMENTS. --Hon. Jol
Lynch, of Maine, ia a letter to
gentleman in Wushington, announc
his intention to cull up on thc; ti
day of tho next session of Congre
his bill to p.-ovido against undue ?
pansions and contraction of tho ci
rency, which attracted somo uttenti
upon its original introduction ii
winter. His bill provides for t
grudual resumption of specie pu
?Tin ^nly "war" Gen. Graut is li]
ly to o to contend with, is tho v
of offico-seekers. For tho first ti
since ita origiu, tho phrase ''Lot
have peace," is begiuuiug to have
appalling significance. Gen. Gri
can read his fate under tho circu
stances in Patrick Heury's celebru1
speech", "The geutlemau may <
peaco, peace, but there is no peae
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A novel divine waa lecturing on
the sufficiency of human testimony
to establish the truth of miracles,
when a pupil suggested a practical
application of the doctriue. "What
would you say, sir, if I stated that,
a* I was coming by College street, I
saw tho lamp-post at the corner
dance?" "I should ask where you
had been, my son," was the reply in
the instructor's gravest manner.
A desperado from Tennessee, Sa?
turday night last, went'to the house
of Deputy Constable Campbell, in
Anderson County, called him out and
fired some shots in his yard. Next
day the deputy called out his posse,
which the unknown man fired upon
and wounded ono severely.. He fled
to thc mountuiuH uud mudo his es?
It happens that in some wards in
New York, the Democrats und Re?
publicans have their headquarters in
the same building. It is a matter of
disputo between them now which
shall take down their transparencies
first, on which are inscribed the
names and portraits of their respect?
The New York Times is perfoctly
willing tho South should become
Africanized, but expresses frantic
alarm at the prospect of California
becomiug Monyolified, and hints nt
the necessity of the "bloody extirpa?
tion" of tho Asiat io races at present
overrunning that country.
A baru and 90,000 pounds of to?
bacco were totally destroyed by firo
last week in North Carolina. The
property belonged to Mr. Thomas
Barksdale, and was situated in the
vicinity of Milton. Tho tobacco had
but recently been gathered, and
stored for safe keeping in the baru.
A letter is published from Genend
Garibaldi, urging Spain to choose a
Dictator for two years and then to
establish a Republic. It is rumored
that Geu. Prim is negotiating with
tho Prince of Asturias with the in?
tention of making tho Prince King
Tho society for the propagation ol
religious truth, through advertise?
ments, appends this snapper to 8
business articlo in a newspaper
"Meteors, ferry accidents, etc.,
abound! Beware! Save your soul
while there is yet time!"
The investigation into the receui
Fulton Ferry disaster was concluded
yesterday, tho jury attributing thc
casualty entirely to tho overloadet
condition of the boat. No one ii
SPAIN ANO THU JEWS.-It is statet
that numerous Jewish families re
siding in London and Lisbon, hav
iug asked if tho provisional govern
ment had abrogated tho old law
which expelled them from Sjiaiu
have received an affirmative answer.
Tho Yorkvillo Enquirer says: "i
correspondent asks us if we are ii
favor of negro suffrage. We are
And further, we are not only in favo
of negroes voting, but also are in fu
vor of slioicing them how to vote."
Judy thinks it strange but truothn
the crowuing act of tho Spanish revc
lntion was the dethronement of th
A New York paper thinks Genen
Grant canuot be a politician, becaue
he "paid promptly for tho overcoe
he bought" in that city on Monday.
A. Divorce Court was established c
Brooklyn, in 1863; since that tim?
down to tho end of 18G7, it has gran
ed 1,279 decrees for the dissolution <
The Commissioner of the Genen
Land Office, in his annual rcpor
states that Congress has given awn
to tho Pacific railroads, wugon road
Sea., 186,000,000 of acres of land.
-Gen. Grant was impartial in h
distribution of favors in New Ybrl
He dined with Pierrcpont, war D
mocrat; breakfasted with Ore?lo;
Republican, and dined again wii
Hoffman, Democrat, at a dinn
given in honor of Evatts, Johusi
There will bo four eclipses durii
I860, two of the sun and two of tl
moon. One of tho latter will be >
Bible here January 27.
Tiie famous horse Dexter, <
Fashion Course, one day last wee
trotted a half milo in the brief til
of one minuto six seconds.
Wilkes Holly, who is charged wi
tho mulder of Alfred Garvin, mu
canier, last August, has been arrei
od by Deputy Constable Mannie
and lodged in Lexington jail.
?San Francisco is overrun with ile
of hugo size, and elegant "ba
scratchers" in ivory, it is said, are
common ornament of thc par!
General Grant is said to be wot
about $300,000. Ho owus resident
at St. Louis, Philadelphia, Wasbii
ton City, and thirty-eight acres
hind within the corporate limits
the latter city. When tho war co;
menced ho was quite poor.
Heavy losses aro reported, as i
stilting from tho recent Wall stn
operations, Daniel Drew alone is :
ported to have lost 8600,000, in c
day, by tho Erie combination.
IniiNESS OF GoVEUNOIi PlOKEKS
Ex-Governor F. W. Pickens is lyi
dangerously ill, at his home in Edi
field District. He is suffering fri
inflammation of the |lungs, and is
a very precarious condition.
Tho latent Boheme for Indian paei- '
?oaiiou proposes to teach the squaws
to wear bright-colo red blankets and
set the warriors to raising sheep.
After Grant, what? The office
The friends and acquaintances of Mr.
and Mrs. I! EN RY DAVIS aro respectfully
iuyited to attend tho funeral of Ibo former,
at Trinity Church, THIS MORNING, at ll
James L. Clark,
MAGISTRATE, office Bauskctl'e Bund?
ing, Law hange. Will attend
promptly lo collecting ?nd i tlier business
entrusted to him. Nov 25 0
RRLS. best Northern IRISH POTA?
TOES, for sale low for cash, at
Main street, near the Court House.
MRS. ELLEN M. McKENNA
has boen appointed ono of the
|Teat)hors, under the Peabody
[Fund, ami will open a SCHOOL
at ber retidence, ou Main
street, a few doers below Mr.
McKenzie's. Nov 25 1*
South Carolina Railroad Company,
G EMERA t. PUPEBIHTBNDENT'B OFFICE,
November 23, 18C8.
DURING tho present session of the Ge?
neral Assembly, Members will be
passed over this road ut HALF FARE.
Hi T. PEAKE,
Nov 25 4 General superintendent.
Colombia Chapter No. 5, R. A. M.
AN EXTRA CONVOCATION
Sfijwsfof Columbia Chapter No. 5, R. A.
fK?Kf M., will be held, at Masonic Hall,
.??.i'lll.s EVENING. Ht 7 o'clock.
Degrees wid bc conferred. All Royal
Arch Masuns io good ntanriiug ure invited
Uv order ni the High Plient.
Nov 25 1 W. 11UTSON W1QG, Scribe.
State South Carolina-Richland Co.
/.V THE COURT OF EEO BA TE.
By William Kutaon Wigy, Judge af Pro?
bate ia Eichland County.
WHEREAS, JAMES P. ADAMS hath
applied to mo for letters of adminis?
tration, dc bonis tion, with will annexed, on
the estate of FRANCIS M. HOl'KINS, late
of Richland, deceased,
These are, therefore, to cite and admon?
ish all and singular tho kindred and credi?
tors of the said deceased, to bo and appear
beforo mo, at a Court of Probate for the
said Oountv, to bc holden at Columbia, on
tho 9th day of December, 18G8, at 10
o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any, why
tho aaid administration should not be
Given under my band and the aeal of tho |
Court, tbirt 21th day of November, A.
D. 1808, and in tho ninety-third year]
of American independence.
W. HUT80N WIGG.
Judge of Probate Court, Richland Co.
November 25 25 Dee 5
HAVING just received a well selected
lot of choice imported
I will take pleasure in showing them to
tho lovers of pure goods. No discount on
thom. Neatly put up in boxes, ami in
New Rainina, Dates, Nuts, of all Linds;
Florida Oranges and Lemons, Danauas,
Northern Apples, Ac.
Toys, in endless variety.
Manufactured daily, of pure sugar, whole?
aale aud retail.
For Weddings and Partios furnished at
short notico, by JOHN McKENZIE,
Greenfield's Row. Main st., Col., 8. C.
"I f\ BRLS. Prime White KEROSENE
1\J OIL, 110 fire test, on hand and for
sale, at reduced prices, by tho barrel and
ut retail, by J. fi T. R. AGNEW.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
HAVING made arrangements, I will
keep them constantly on hand during
tho season, by retail at $2.00 per gallon,
and in kegs at ?2 50 per gallon. All orders
from tho country promptly attended to.
when thc cash accompanies ?bo order.
Nov 2J 0 JOHN D. RATEMAN.
Wines and Liquors.
STOCK full and prices to auit tho times.
Lowest in price and finest in quality.
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
1 AA RRLS. Extra Family FLOUR,
A\/V " just received and for aalo by
Nov 21 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
THE MYSTERY SOLVED.
THE COUGH REMEDY, FOR SALE.
Nov 22 (j
f*f\ RAGS, consisting of Rio Laguvra,
UU Java and Mocha COFFEES," on
hand and for salo, at reduced pri?es, by
Nov 24 _ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
T~VR. E. W. G?UBES HAS REMOVED
\J to his now. residence and ofiiuo-cor?
ner of Plain and Sumter stroeta, and uoxt
door to office of Dr?. Reynolds, Dentists.
Nov lg Imo
Ill I II-III I ?W^MMMM^W---M-?
THANKSGIVING DAY.-The Clerk of
the Market requests ns to state that
the Market will be open to-day, until
8 P. M., but will bo closed to-mor?
row, the 30th.
We have boen requested to state
that the Post Office will be opeu to?
morrow from 8,?j to 10 a. m.; oud
from -ty.i to G p. m.
The Northern mail did not arrive
yesterduy, until 5 P. M.-tho train
over tho Charlotte Railroad being de?
layed near Blackstocks by the giving
out of the locomotive.
CASH.-Our terms are strictly cash.
If au advertisement is to be inserted,
hand over the money; if a paper is
subscribed for, the money must ac?
company tho order-otherwise no
attention will be paid to them. This
is a rule which will be adhered to.
The concert last night by Mr.
Koepper, nssihted by his pupils, was
a brilliant musical treat. The natu-,
ral abilities of the fair performers,
brought out by thc superior skill of
this well-known musical instructor,
resulted iu an entertainment of a
character that our citizens seldom
have an opportunity of being present
at, and it is to bo regretted that the
hall was not botter filled. One and
all expressed themselves highly gra?
THE LEGISLATIVE.-The Senate
met yesterday, at 12 m., and was call?
ed to order by President D. T. Cor
biu. The roll was called and a quo?
rum not being present, on motion of
Mr. Hoyne, the Senate adjourned to
meet this day, at 12 o'clock. The
Houso was culled to order at uoou.
Speaker Moses in the Chair. The
roll was calicd and after thc appoint?
ment of a Committee to wait upon
the Governor, that body adjourned
until this day, at 12 o'clock.
To THE PATRONS AND PUPILS OF THE
URSULINE CONVENT.-A fair will be held
in behalf of the Nuns of tho Ursuline
Convent, on Tuesday and Wednesday,
December 1st and 2d, at the Carolina
Hall. The ladies propose having a
supper served from half-past 7 to ll
o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, and a
luncheon from ll until 4 on Wednes?
day. There will also be a table ol
fancy articles, and contributions are
carnes. 7 solicited t.o both tables.
They may bo sent either to Mrs.
Lynch or Mrs. Darby, or to thc Hall
on the days of the fair.
FART AND CHEAP PRINTING.-W<
have just added a fast card press-o
tho Degener & Weiler patent-to th?
machinery of tho Phoenix office; au<
have also made additions to onr stool
of fancy type, cards, paper, etc
Persons in want of auy styles o
book and job printing, aro invited ti
call and examine samples and prices
Cards printed at shortest notice, an
at prices varying from $3 to $10 pe
AND STILL ANOTHER.-Henr
Davis, Esq., a resident of Colun
bia, departed this life, yesterday
after au illness of a few days, froi
an attack of paralysis. Mr. Dav:
was a nativo of Maryland, wo believi
but had resided nearly half a cental
in Columbia, and for many yea:
successfully carried on a carriage m
nufactory here. By his energy an
attention to business, he amassed
large fortune, including a number <
valuable houses in the business po
tion of Columbia. Ho retired fro;
active business many years ago. ]
the terrible fire of 18G5. Mr. Dav
lost very heavily. His ago was abo'
sixty-nine. He leaves a wife at
several childron aud grand-childro:
besides many friends, to mourn h
THE CoLUMuiA AND AUGUSTA RAI
ROAD.-Tho Charleston Neics lean
by a privato telegram that all work c
the Columbia and Augusta Railroai
at Graniteville, was stopped at :
o'clock yesterday. This is in cons
quenco of tho writ of injunctic
granted by Justico Willard, a fe
days since, at tho prayer of tho Soul
Carolina Railroad Company.
INCENDIARISM.-Wo learn that M
Robert Adams' gin house, containii
fifteen bales of cotton, was destroy?
by an incendiary fire, on Fridi
night last. Tho loss is about $2,50
The property is located near Gad
den. Unfortunately there was no i
The School-day Visitor, is the title
of a beautifully illustrated magaziue
for the little folks, published by
Daughaday & Becker, 424 Walnut
street, Philadelphia. It contains a
rast amount of useful as well as en?
UNWED STATES CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SOUTH CAROLINA-Hon. George 8.
Bryan presiding. lu bankruptcy,
Tuesday, November 24, 1868, at Co-v
lunibia, S. C.:
In re John Dye, bankrupt, cv parte
J. A. Ro8borough. Petition .to es?
tablish lien. Hem phill, pro. pet.
Au order giving leave to the petition?
er to establish his lien before J. W.
dawson, Register Fourth Congres?
sional District, S. C., &c.
In re E. C. McLure, es- parte Nicho-,
las Colvin and J. W. Wilkes. Peti?
tion to establish lien. Hemphill,
pro. pet. Same order as above was
granted by tho Judge.
In rc W. I. Cherry, ex parie W. W.
Jordan, J. L. Adgers and W. Knox.
Petition to establish lien. Hemp
bill, pro. pet. Judge granted tho
same order as above.
In re E. R. Mills, ex porte J, JJ.
A gu rs. Petition to establish lien.
Hemphill, pro. pet. Judge granted
same order as above.
In re E. B. Mills, ex parle H. H.
Dumnn, C. T. Ker. Petition to es?
tablish lieus. Hemphill, attorney
pro. pet. Same order was granted
us in the above case.
In re S. H. Myers & Co., bank?
rupts. Petition for meeting of cre?
ditors and salo of property. W. S.
Monteith, attorney pro. pet. Upon
hearing tho petition, and on motion
of attorney pro. pet., tho Judgo
signed order for salo of property on
tho first day of May next, and second
meeting of creditors on the 4th day
of May next.
Ex porte William M. Nicholson.
Petition for voluntary bankruptcy.
S. P. Hamilton, attorney pro pet.
On hearing tho petition, the Judge
signed order of r?f?ren?a to W. J..
Clawson, Register Fourth Congres-*
sional District, S. C.
C. J. Radford vs. Alex. McBee and
James P. Boyce. Bill for account
and relief. Sullivan & Stokes, Com?
plainant's Solicitors. Messrs. iMel
ton & Melton for W. K. Easley, De?
fendant's Solicitor, moved that tho
decree pro con/esso be set aside, and
that the defendant have further time
to plead, answer or demur. The con?
sideration of which was postponed
till Wednesday, ll o'clock A. M.
There being no further business,
the Court adjourned till to-morrow,
MALL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post,
office open during tho week from 8>.<
a. m. to 6 p. m. Ou Sundays, from
4 to 5 p. m.
The Charleston and Western mails
aro open for delivery at 5 p. m., and
close at 8}?< p. m. Charleston night
mail open 8>B a. m., close 4% p. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
8}? a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery ?
p. m., closes at 8}? p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
tentiou is called to the following ad?
vertisements, published for the first
time this morning:
James L. Clark-Mr gistrnte.
John McKenzie-Special Notice.
Mrs. E. M. McKenun-School.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
W. H. Wigg-Citation.
Extra Meeting Columbia Chapter.
110 TjisrENAitD ST.,
NEW YORK, October 13, 1867.
DEAR SIR: It is with much plea?
sure that I say to you that I consider
tho PLANTATION BITTERS of untold
value. In the full of 1867 I was taken
with Chills and Fever, with tho most
severe pains in my chest and head.
It was with great difficulty that I
could breathe. My lungs were greatly
distressed, and there was severe paiu
in my right side, by spells. I could
hardly get up from my bcd. I called
a Doctor, who attended mc all winter
without tho least benefit. About tho
first of August I commenced using
your PLANTATION BITTERS-a wine?
glass full three times a day-and huvo
used it most of tho timo since, and 1
am now well and strong, abio to do
all my own work and tho caro of a
large familv. Yours, Sec,,
MAGNOLIA WATER-Superior to tho
best imported German Cologne, and
sold at half the price. N21 jU3
Raine of Magnificent Articles.
CHE ISTMAS I' RESENTS.
THE undersigned bas on exhibition at
his establishment, a valuablo collec?
tion of articles, which aro to ho disposed
of by Hallie, Christmas Evo. The fo.low
ing cmbracos tho list:
5 GOLD WATCHES, some of them dov
1 VEST CHAIN*.
1 EX TUA HEAVY NECK CHAIN.
2 DIAMOND KINGS.
1 SET OPAL S IUDS.
1 8ILVEH ?EOAU CARE.
Eighty chancos, at $10 a chance. Tho
highest throw has finit, choice; tuc nuxi
nu heat second; and so on. ?
Nov 21 T. M. POLLOCK.
Scrofula,or King's Evil, is oared by
rising Hemitdh'a Queen's Delight.