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LONDON. January 3.-A;?gM?fcch from
Athens states that Admiral Hobert Pasha
has formally demanded tho eurreudor of the
Greek steamer Erosis. The despatch adds
that war is considered in?vitable at Athens.
MADRID, January 8.-The insurgents at
Malaga lott 400 killed and 600 prisoners.
The insurgents fired on the Amerinoan gun?
LONDON, January 4.-In view of the Pre?
sident's general amnesty proclamation, Jef?
ferson Davis, John SI idol!, James Mason,
A. Dudley Mann and other Confederates
are preparing to return home.
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CHARLESTON, January 4.-Arrived-Brig
Hampden, Martinique; ship Graham's
Polly, Antwerp; schooner Jenny Smith,
SAVANNAH, January 3.-Affairs on the
Ogeechee. remain in statu quo. Nothing
has been done on either side. The white
f amiles fram Bryan County are moving into
the city. They report the trouble spread?
ing to that County. Two companies of
United States 16th Infantry, under General
Sibley, arrived to-day. The civil and mili?
tary .authorities are in conference. Wild
rumors are afloat, but not reliable.
SAVANNAH, January 4.-Th# military have
taken charge of the Ogeechee troubles, and
the preliminary organization of the citizens
to act as a sheriff's posse hos been discon?
tinued. The Sheriff will be supported by
the military in the execution of warrants.
Two United States officers, who visited the
scene of the trouble, report the negroes
willing to surrender to the military, and
there will doubtless be no further trouble.
9 P. M.-The trouble on the Ogeechee is
quieted. The insnrgents surrendered them?
selves to the authorities last night. Other:
implicated are expected to come in to-night.
ATLANTA, January 4.-It is generally un
derstood that when the Legislature of Geor
gin meets in this oity, on the 13th instant
it will pass a resolution dprdarinnr that in it:
former aotion it was governed by au un
biased construction of the Reconstructioi
Acts of Congress, and the new Constitution
of this State, and that it was not its purposi
to deprive the negro of any political right!
he had justly acquired by the war; declaring
further, a willingness to abide by the deci
sion of the Supreme Court of the State, o
of the United States, upon the point a
NEW ORLEANS, January i.-A dospatcl
from Jefferson, Texas, reports that Captai
William Berry, an old and prominent citi
zen, was shot and killed last night, and i
was supposed to have beemdone by soldier;
The Legislature met to-day. A quorui
of both houses present.
MEMPHIS, January 4.-The militia c
Marion County, Arkansas, drum-head com
mortialed five citizens and shot then
Among tho victims were Dr. McKenzie au
John Thorpe, well known citizens.
NEW YORK, January 3.-Wm. Frazier, Pri
sident, and H. S. Quackenbush, Treasure
of the American Agricultural and Miner
Land Company, have been arrested au
held to $25,000 bail, on tho affidavit of tl
European State Agent of Emigration, chat?
ing them with false representations regan
ing 3,000,000 acres of North Carolina land
whereby Toonman made contracts iuvolvii
the loss of money and reputation.
AfTulrH in Waslilngton.
WASHINGTON, January 3.-Shermau tel
graphs that Sheridan reached Fort Col
December 19. There has been no mc
fighting. Sheridan has tho two chie
Santania and Lone, whom he will hold
hostages until the Kiowahs surrend*
Sheridan and Hagen are together, and Sb
man says that they can settle the mat
Alabamians here say that Judgo Buste
will be be tried by the Senate. Steps ?
being taken to prevent Busteed from dra
ing certain money from the Mobile Bank
WASHINGTON, January 4-2 P. M.-'I
Supreme Court re-assembled to-day. Me
bars of Congress are arriving rapidly, a
there will bo a quorum to-morrow.
8 P. M.-The bill authorizing the mili
in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florii
Alabama and Louisiana, passed before 1
recess, will be signed by tho President.
Wade has received all the electoral vo
by mail, though but half the messeng
havo arrived. Messengers failing to deli
the vote by tho first Wednesday in Febru
are liablo to a fine of $1,000.
HiSTonY WITH A VENGEANCE.-Ed wi
Pollard has just unbottled his malignity
a fiction which he terms an "account
Jeff. Davis' flight from Bichmond." 1
mis-statements are pos.tlvely disgrace
and no attempt is made to disguise the
torness of the writer toward Mr. Da
personally. The fellow does not even c<
prebend tho geography of Mr. Davis' ]
of retreat. He refers to Griswoldvilk
the house of Mr. Stephens, where he ?
Mr. Davis remained for several days,
was iuanlted by tho ex-Vice President,
thence cends the fugitive President Ni
nf the Chattahoochee, from which sec
tho Federal army had retired. Heaven 1
tho South if such men are to bo her hi
A lire occurred on Thursday morn
about 8 o'clock, in a five-story brick bi
ing, in Providence, R. L, occupied by
phen D. Andrews and Horace A. Un
hay merchants, Stokes & Leonard, ma
men, and by the extensivo newspaper
job printing offico of tho Evening Press.
building was pretty thoroughly bnrut
but tho walls romain standing. Tho fi
oncocutoff egress from the vmnting <
by tho stair-case, and twenty-fivo prii
escaped from tho fourth story by clim
down a chain used for hoisting.
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FINANCIAL AIfX> COMMERCIAL,.
COLUMBIA, January 4.-Sales of cotton
to-day 17 balea-middlings 24o.
NEW YORK, January 4-7 P" M.-Wheat a
shade firmer. Corn lo. better. New mess
pork 28. Cotton firmer, at 281 <@27.
BALTIMORE, January 4.-Cotton firm, at
26(?26)?. Floor dull. Corn dull-white
83@85j yellow 80(0)85. Oats dull, at 6?@
72. Rice firm, at 50@60. Pork 27^.
Shoulders i;P4'(?U4. Lard active, at 18.
CHARLESTON, January 4.-Cottou advanced
y?a. ; stock very light; sales 250 bales-mid?
dlings 25>?; receipts 1,247.
AUGUSTA, January 4. -Demand for cotton
fair; sales 878 bales; receipts 268-mid?
SAVANNAH, January 4.-Cotton opened
firm and in good demaud, but closed active
and advanced J?@??; sales 2,000 bales
MOBILE, January 4.-Sales of cotton 3,700
bales, including 700 afloat; market steady
middlings 25??@25??; market opened at
inside figure, but closed at outside figure
and a general activedemand; receipts 1,726.
NEW ORLEANS, January 4.-Cotton closed
}?c. higher-middlings 25}.<; sales 6.550
bales; receipts 3,551. Gold 35'.;. Flour
easier-superfine 7.50; doublo 7.75. Corn
steady-wh i to 77@78; yellow 80@80.'.j.
Mess pork dull-asking 2S.50. Bacon scarce
and firmer-shoulders 14}.?(a}14;?4 ; clear
IO.1.;. Sugar and molasses firm and active
common sugar 9fo)10; yellow clarified 13(<?t
13?4'; common molasses 64(7/ 56; choice 67
HAVRE, January 4.-Cotton buoyant both
on spot and afloat, at l'?9.
? LONDON, January 4-Noon.-Consols
92j??. Bonds quiet and steady, at 74%.
LIVERPOOL, January 4-Noon.-Cotton
LIVERPOOL, January 4-Evening.-Cotton
activo-uplands ll@llt?; Orleans ll'jf"
11%; sales 20,000 bales. The sales on 28th
December were 15,000 and not 12,000 as
APPREHENDED Run*rmi? BETWEEN GRANT
AND TUE RADICAL PARTY.-A special tele?
gram to the Chicago Times, dated Washing?
ton, December 28, says:
The fear among the Republicans of a rup?
ture betweeu Grant and the radical party is
deepening daily. General Grant is known
tobe iu favor of repealiug the tenure of
office law; of the passage of Jeuckes* civil
servico bill; of the transfer of thc Indian
Bureau to the War Department; of stop?
ping subsidies to railroads, and of breaking
up all the radical thieving rings throughout
the country. Fearing his power, the radi?
cals appear determined to hold on to the
civil-tenure Act, in order that when they
get one of their own kind in office they
may be able to keep bim there. By the
transfer of the Indian Bureau to the War
Department they will lose a large amouut of
patronage iu the appointment of agents,
superintendents and other officers, and a
large amount of per ceutage in contracts and
annuities. Jeuckes' civil-service bill would
cut off the immense revenue of public
plunderers, whose appointments tho radi?
cals hope to control for party purposes, in
stoad of making the offices contingent on
the capacity of candidates. To all of these
sorrows of the radicals is to be added a
feather which will probably complete the
burden of their endurance. This is tho
assertion of Grant recently, that he consi
ered the faithful administration of public
busiuess a head and shoulders above the
claims of party, and that ho ?3 an enemy
henceforth, of tho principle that party ser?
vices are a claim for public office. General
Grant declares that he will not remove offi?
cers who have been faithful to their trust,
merely because any political party demands
it. This being his declared intention, the
question comes up as to the disposition of
the largo number of faithful officers already
in the Government service, whom the radi?
cals desire to get out of the way in order to
make room for those who havo been of
service to thc party. The radicals aro also
incensed at Grant's reticence on Cabinet
matters. They advise him very freely, but
they complain that ho does uot manifest
any disposition to act on it, and that they
are ignorant as to his preferences of
men. Altogether tho fight seems to have
fairly begun, and it may bo looked forward
to by outsiders with rare interest.
ANOTHER FIGHT WITH INDIANS.-A special
to tho Republican from Topeka, Kansas,
says reports thought to bo reliable had
reached there, that another fight with In?
dians bad taken place in tho Wachita moun?
tains. A large uumbor of Indians are said
to have been killed. Satanta, chief of tho
Kiowas, and Little Raven, of tho Arapahoes,
wero taken prisoners. A largo amount of
property was captured. Tho Indians en?
gaged were the Kiowas, Chej'cnnes and
Arapahoes, but tho particulars cannot bo
given on account of tho official messenger
losing his mails while crossing tho Arkansas
MRS. DICKENS-It appears that ul rs.
Augustus Dickens, who committed suicido
in Chicago recently, was formerly a Miss
Bertha Phillips, with whom Dickens eloped,
leaving his legal wifo at homo in England,
where sho still lives. In Illinois, however,
Dickens obtained a divorce from her and
married Bortha Phillips, tho companion of
his flight, who was recognized as his wife
up to tho time of his death. Sho is repre?
sented to have loft property worth $3,000.
Another meeting of commercial travelers
was held yostorday at the Astor House,
when it was agreed to test the State laws
relativo to tho licenso required of travelers
selling merchandize. A committee reported
that Attorney-General Evarts had expressed
himself us opposed to the laws referred to,
believing them to be obnoxious and conflict?
Thero isfnow but ouo radical paper in
Georgia, and that opposing the Bullock
party with all its might.
Considering what manner of men com?
posed the Senate of the United States, in
1836, and comparing them with the Senators
in 1868, Mr. Greeley, of the New York Tri?
bune, admits that "human progress in this
country is not very forcibly exemplified."
Mr. Greeley thinks that in these latter days
"tho principal qualifications of candidates
are impudence and money, mainly the for?
William Ashback, a basket-maker in Cin?
cinnati, killed his wife yesterday morning
by beating her on the head and stabbing
her in the side, after which he blew his own
brains out. He was sixty-five years of age,
and she fifty-seven; both had been married
before, and each was jealous of the other.
The murderer left six children by his first
It is with deep regret that wo have heard
of tho loss by fire which ocourred on Christ?
mas eve, of the saw mill and gin of Mr. S.
King, on Black River. We understand a
large amount of material was consumed, in?
cluding four bales of cotton.
[Georgetown Times, 31s/ ult.
Notwithstanding the dullnest in business
during December, the receipts from customs
at the port of Now York were SC,557,573, as
aguinst $5,448,2-14: in December, 1867,
showing a gain of $1,109,229 during the
month just closed.
The vessels in tho port of Charleston
greeted the ad veut of the new year by a
general bell-ringing. The signal was caught
up aud repeated by almost every vessel in
tho port, and the tintinabulntion pealed
merrily on the air for some time.
Tho New York councilmen have unani?
mously adopted a resolution subscribing
$1,500,000 on behalf of the city of New
York to the capital stock of the New York
Bridge Company, for the construction of a
bridge across East River.
Mrs. J. R. Boyles died near Ridgeway,
South Carolina, on Sunday last, from the
effects of accidental burning.
Col. Daniel H. Hamilton, a native and
old resident of Charleston, died in Morris?
town. New .Jerseyi en thc 29th ult.
Old Ben Hallonquist, said to be over 100
years old, died the night before Christmas,
at Barnwell Court House.
When a hog is found at large in thc
streets of Charleston, he is killed and distri?
buted to the poor.
Dr. H. Marshall, of Atlanta, has invented
a milk pail which, though it may bo kicked
over, holds on to the milk.
Mexico is still in a bad way financially.
She is unable to pay her debts, and also
unable to borrow.
Office of Udolnho Wolfe,
SOLE IMPORT, OK THE SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS
2:: BEAVER STHEET, NEW Yons, Nov. ;), '?is.
To the People of /Ac Southern Stales.
Whcu the puro medicinal restorative, now so
widely known aa Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was introduce d Into the world, under the endorse?
ment of 1,000 hading; members of the medical pro?
fession, some twenty years ago, ita proprietor was
well awaro that it could not wholly escapo the
penalty attached to new and useful preparations.
Ho, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest pos:-iblo safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to pirate it difficult
and dangerous. It was auhinitteu to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, and pronounced by them
tho purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity
and properties having been thus ascertained",
samples of the article were forwarded to 10,000
phjscians, including all the leading practitioners
in the United States, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of thc preparation
and a report of the result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of the moat eminent medical mon
in tho Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article wore unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
tho profession, as no rolianco could bo placed on
tho ordinary liquors of commerce; all of which
were moro or leas adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for medical purposes. The peculiar excel?
lence and strength of tho oil of juniper, which
formed one of tho principal ingredients of tho
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of tho alcoholic element, givo it, in tho estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diu*u8ivo stimulant as a diuretic, tonic and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of the highest rank were published in a
condensed form, and enclosed with each bottlo
ot tho Schnapps, as ono of thc guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent waa obtained for the
artiolo, tho label was copyrighted, a.fae simile ot
tho propriotor's autograph signature was attached
to each label and cover, his uamo and that of thc
preparation were embossed on the bottles, and the
corks wore sealed with his private seal. No article
had ever boen sold in thia country under the nnmo
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1831; and the
label was deposited, as his trade mark, in the
United States District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might bo supposed, by persona unacquainted
with thc daring character of tho pirates who prey
upon thc reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending doloterious trash under their name, that
thc protections so carefully thrown around these
Schnapps would havo precluded thu introductions
and aalo of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to havo stimulated tho rapacity of impostors.
Tho trado mark of tho proprietor has boen sto.en:
tho endorsement which his Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alone received from tho medical pro?
fession has beuiclaimed by mendacious humbugs;
his labels an bottles havo been imitated, his ad?
vertisements paraphrased, ina circulars copiod,
and, worse than ai!, dishonorable retailers, after
disposing of tho genuino contents of his bottles,
have filled them up with common gin, the most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made his namo
anil brand a cover for poison.
The public, tho medical profession and tho sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed aa a remedy, aro equally interested with
tho proprietor in thc detection and suppression of
theso nefarious practices. The genuino article,
manufactured at tho establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of the finest quality, and flavored with an
essential extract ot the berry of the Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. By a process un?
known in tho preparation of any other liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious and corrosive de?
Complaints havo hoon received from tho leading
physicians and families in the Southern States,
of "tho salo of cheap imitations of thc Schiedam
Aromutic Schnapps in .'hose markets; and travel?
ers, who aro in tho habit of using it as an antidoto
to tho baneful influence of unwholesome rivor
water, testify that choap gin, put up in Schiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon tho unwary.
Thclagcnts of tho undersigned havo been requested
to instituto inquiries on tho subject, and to for?
ward to him tho names of such parties as thc;
may ascertain to bo engaged in thc atrocious
nvHtpin of deception. In conclusion, the under?
signed wonld any that he h aa produced, from under
the hands of the most distinguished uinu vi
science in Amor?o?, proofs unanswerable of the
purity and medicinal excellence of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that ho has expended many
thousand dollars in surrounding it with guarantees
and safeguards, whioh ho designed should protect
the public and himself agatnet fraudulent imita?
tions; tliat he has shown it to be the only liquor in
the world that can bo uniformly depended upon
as unadulterated; that he has challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms; and from every ordeal the prepa?
ration whioh bears his name, seal and trade mark,
has come oft triumphant, tte, therefore, feels it a
duty he owes to his fellow-citizens generally, to
the* medical profession and tho sick, to denounce
and expose the Charlatans who counterfeit these
evidences of identity, and he calls upon tho press
and the public to aid him in his efforts to remedy
so great an evil.
Tho following letters and certificates, from the
loading physicians and chemists of this city, will
prove to tho reader that all goods sold by thc
undersigned aro all thev aro represented to bc.
I foel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pure,
and deserving of medical patronage. At all events,
it is the purest possible article of Holland Gin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may bc
safely prescribed bv physicians.
" DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 TINE STREET, NEW YORK, NOV. 21, 18G7.
Udolpho Wo^fe, Esq., Present.
DEAR (SIR: I have made a chemical examination
of a ?ample of your Schiedim Schnapps, with
tho intentof determining if an .. foreign orinjurious
substance had been added to thc simple distilled
DEAR SIR: Tho want of pure Wines and Liquors,
for medicinal purposes, has been long felt by the
profession, and thousands of lives have boen sac?
rificed by tho use of adulterated articles. Delirium
tremens, and other diseases of the bruin and
nerves, so rife in this country, aro very raro in
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to the difference
in the purity of the spirits sold.
We have "tested the several articles imported
and sold by you, including your Gin, which you
sell under the name of ?romatio Schiedam
Schnapps, which we consider justly entitled to the
high reputation it has acquired in this country;
and, from your long experience as a foreign im?
porter, your Bottled wines and Liquors should
meet with the same demand.
Wc would recommend you t., hupuint some of
tue respectable apothecaries in different parts of
thc city as agents for tho sale of your Brandies
and NV ines, where tho profession can obtain the
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise, we
remain your obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surgery,
University Medical College, New York.
J. M. C ARNOCH AN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Surgeon-in-Chicf to the State Hospita!,
etc.. No. 14 East 16th street.
The examination lias resulted in the conclusion
that thc sample contained no poisonous or harm?
ful admixture. I have been unable to discover
any trace of the deleterious substances which are
employed in tho adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesitate to uso myself, or to recommend to
others, for medicinal purposes, the Schiedam
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjectionable
variety of gin. Very respectfully- yours,
(Signed,) CHARLES A. SK?LY, Chemhit.
NEW YORK, 53 C'r.n.\R STREET, NOV. 26, lSi>7.
Udolpho W'o'fr, Pr?sent.
DEM: Sm: I have submitted to chemical analysis
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I took
from a fresh package in your bonded warehouse,
and find, as before, that thc spirituous liquor
is free from injurious ingredients or falsification;
that it baa tho marks <>f being aged and not re?
cently prepared by mechanical admixture of
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. P. MAY lilt, Chemist.
NEW YORK, Tueeday, May 1.
Udolpho Wolfe. Esq. ".
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D., No. 795 Broadway.
H. P. DEWEES, M. D., No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WORSTEIt, M. D., No. 120Niuth street.
NELSON STEELE. M. D., No.'37 Bleeckcr Btreet.
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth street.
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of the Princi?
ples and Practice of Surgery, New York Medical
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
The proprietor also offers for sale
Bottle rt Wines amt Liquors,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for
medicinal use. Each bottle has his certificate of
Nov 12'3mo UDOLPHO WOLFE.
To Newspaper Publishers.
FOR SALE CHEAP, a quantity of LEADS,
BltASS DASHES, etc., suitable for columns
of about twelve ems pica. Apply at Phoenix
office. Jan 5
? Meeting of the Craft
r, .r IS called THIS EVENING, at Masonic
T???Hall, at 8 o'clock.
>Jr?JK Punctual attendance is requested.
Bv order of the Board,
Jan 5 1_ W. T. WALTER. Secretary.
True Brotherhood Lodere No. 84. A. F. M.
A A REGULAR 0 )MMUNICATION of Ti no
?.^"^Brotherhood Lodge No. 84., A. F. M., will
/VS bo held, at Masonic Hall, TH IS EVENING,
at 7 o'clock. Bv order of tho W. M.
Jan 5 1 S. L. LEAPHART, Sec'y.
Palmetto Fire Engine Company.
-_-?SSgT*1 THE Annual Meeting
r of Palmettoyira Engine
^C^"*^.*:-. ' ~ ~ -?order of tho* President.
Jan5 ? 0. A. CARRINGTON, Bee'y.
SOMETHING NEW FOR 1869.
11HE NEW CASKET; a Rich Collection of
. CHU Rt H MUSIC, containing Sparkling Gems,
gathered from tho works of Handel, Haydn, Mo?
zart, Beethoven, Rossini and other Groat Mastors.
Also, Choice European and American MELO?
DIES, selected from Nineteen Popular Music
books; besides, a large amount of NEW MUSIC,
composed and arranged expressly for this work.
Altogether, being the most Complete Collection
of SACRED MELuiHES ever published. By
George O. Robinson, Charleston, S. C.
DIARIES FOR 1869,
T W E N T Y V A R I E T I E S ,
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Jan 5 Bookstore.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
ALARGE supply of Thorburn's GARDEN
SEEDS, which have given universal satisfac?
tion for the past thieo rears. For sale bv
Jan 3 E. A G. D. HOPE.
PINK EYE, and other varictios, in store and to
arrive, for sulc bv
Jan 3 C. H. BALDWIN.
?% JUST received, a lot of extra fine
\g?*?f? "New Jersey PEACH TREES, Oran,
4BaWSE?''Vi,'<,rt and Strawberry Plants. Choi
variety nt h.y "rices.
^iPPH '*> GEORGE W. PARKER,
Jan 3 4* Agent.
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIOHEERS.
Tn re Peter W. Kraft, of Colombia, Bank rn pl.
BY virtue of an order of Hon. George B. Bryan,
Judge of tho United States District Court, for
the District of Soul li Carolina, I will MIL on TUES?
DAY MORNING, January 6, 1868, at 10 o'clock, at
store of D. C. Peixotto A Son, about 500 Bushels
Prime CORN; the property of Bankrupt Estate of
said P. W. Kraft. Terms cash.
Dec 27 5 THOMA8 J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
ALSO, AT S Alt f. TIMK ANO PLACE,
Bacon Sides, Shoulders, Hams, Strips, Coffee,
Estate Sale of Furniture, dc., belonging to the late
James 8. Quignard.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Tuosday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will
sell, at my auction room, without reserve,
A large varh ty of Parlor, Drawing-Room ?nd
Bed-Room FURNITURE, consisting of:
Dining, Centre, Tea and Fancv TABLE8,
Sideboards, Secretary, Sofas, '
Chairs, Carpets, Ruga. Iron Fenders,
Bureaus, Wardrobes, Bedsteads,
Mattresses, Beds, Bedding, Washstands.
Olaasware, Crockery, Knives, Forks,
Silver Plate, Fine Double-Barrel Guns,
Revolvers, ?c., Ac.
2 Fine GOLD WATCHES,
1 Cow and Calf,
Bacon, Peas, and sundry articles worthy tho
attention of purchasers._Jan 5
United States Marshal's Sale.
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
UNITED STATESDISTRICT CotraT,
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Er parte William Watson. In re Peter B. Glass.
IN pursuance of the Order of tho Hon. Georgo
S. Bryan, United States Judge for the District
of South* Carolina, made in the above stated case,
I will sell, before tho Court House of Richland
Countv, in the citv of Columbia and saidStato, at
II o'clock, A. M., on TUE8DAY, the 19th dav of
JANUARY, instant, (18G<J,) tho right, title and in?
terest of Peter B. Glass, Esq., to, and in
"All that lot of LAND and improvements thereon,
situated in the city of Colombia, on Plain street,
fronting on Plain street 12 feet, and running
North in right lines ICO feet, until it touches the
land nf Pr Joan LY^L, b?uu?ed ou ino ?ast by
land of R. C, Shiver and land of the estate of the
late Henry Davis, [and on the West by land of
Frank Arnold"-said right, title and interest
being defined in a lease from the lato J. Bethune
Glass to the said Peter B. Glass, which wuT be
publicly read on the day of salo, and previous
thereto, and may bo seen of record in the office
of D. B. Miller, Esq., in the said city of Columbia.
The terms of salo will bo cash and the costs of
necessary papers and stamps; property to be de?
livered to the purchaser on compliance therewith.
J. P. M. EPPING, U. S. Marshal.
Jan 5 tu3 Per C. M. WILDER, Deputy.
Richland County, South Carolina,
BY permission of W. n. Wigg, Esq., Judge of
the Probate Court of Richland County, I will
sell, on the 13th day of JANUARY, 1869, all the
personal property of tho estate of Jamos C. Bates,
deceased, at his late residence on the C'Ongareo
River, eleven miles behnv Columbia, consisting of:
MULES, CATTLE, HOGS,
Wagons, Harness, Corn, Fodder,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Farming Implements and numerous other arti?
cles. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M.
Terms cash. W. M. BECKHAM,
Dec 30 Administrator.
State Assessor's Office-Richland County.
CITT OF COLUMBIA, January 5.
HAVING entered on tho duties of my office, I
respectfully call on the citizens to make re?
turn of all Personal and Real property, without
delay-only a short period being allowed to make
my return "to thc Auditor. Lists will be furnished
property holders, who are required to make
returns on oath. JACOB LEVIN,
Assessor for city of Columbia.
Office-Next my Auction Room-corner Assem?
bly and Plain streets. Jan 5 8
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 22,1868.
NOTICE.-Holders of Bonds of this Company,
maturing January 1,1869, also of Coupons
which maturod prior to January 1,1868, are invit?
ed to fnnd them in SEVEN PER CENT. COUPON
BONDS. The Treasurer is prepared to issue the
now Bonds, and where fractions of $500 occur,
Fractional Ronda, bearing acvon per cent, interest,
will bo issued therefor.
This Company has redoemed ita Coupons which
matured on and subsequent to January 1, 1868,
and will continue to do so aa they mature, at the
Carolina National Bank in this city, and at the
First National Bank, Charlotte, N. C.
Jan 5 0 _ C.JL MANSON, Treasnror.
Greenville Female College.
THE epring term of this institution
begins tho FIRST WEDNESDAY in
^February, and continues twenty-one
Ampio provision has been made for
efficient instruction iu all departments,
including Ancient and Modern Languages, Draw?
ing and Painting, Solo Singing and Vocalization.
Thorough Based Harmony and Instrumental
Music. For full particulars apply for cataloguo to
PROF. C. H. JUDSON,
Jan ."> 81 _Greenville, S. C.
THE exercises of this institution
will bo rosumed on WEDNESDAY, tho
j^3d of February next, under the follow?
1 Rev. JAMES C. FURMAN, D. D.,
President and Professor of Bellos Let?
ters and Metaphysics.
C. H. JUDaON, Professor of Mathematics and
J. C. FABER, Professor of Latin Language and
C. H. TOY, Professor of Greek Language and
J. M. HARRIS, Professor of Natural Philosophy
Dr. FABER will also give instruction to private
classes in Modem Languages.
TERMS, Ac.-AS tho successful prosecution of the
proscribed courses of study doponds rather upon
scholarly babita, and maturity of mind, than upon
tho reading of specified books, tho Faculty will
exercise their discretion in tho admission of such
students as can appreciate university instruction.
Thc Preparatory Department is now a separate
and distinct school, under charge of Pro.'. J. B.
Students not ontenng on scholarships pay $3;>
per session of twenty woeks. Scholarship stu?
dents receive free tuition, but pay $2.50 per sos
sion for incidental exponsea.
Boarding w coat from $15 to $18 per mouth,
Three-year Scholarships, conditioned upon tho
payment of $30 annually, may bo had on applica?
tion to tho Treasurer. Those who havo given
bonds will pleaso make prompt paymont of thc
first instalment to the Treasurer, or to ono of the
authorized agents. C. H. JUDSON,
Jan 5 -J.* Treasurer, Greenville, S. C.
1 Kf\ BAGS Strictly Choice Family FLOUR,
XOVJ 100 bbls. Low Priced Flour.
For sale low by E. A G. D. HOPE.