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LONDON, January 8.-The feeling among
the tenantry in some parts of Ireland is very
bitter against the landlords, and in many
oases a great deal of violence is reported.
PAMS, January 8.-Tho conference cer?
tainly opens to-morrow. Tho Sultan tele?
graphed instructions, including orders to
withdraw, should Tnrkey's ultimatum to
Greece be dismissed. The newspaper Turque,
in yesterday's issue, says, if the Turkish
representative withdraws, war with Greece
The bullion in the Batik of Frauco has
decreased 27,500,000 franca.
CHARLESTON, January 8.-Arrived-stea?
mer James Adger. New York: steamer Fal?
con, Baltimore. Sailed-schooner Nellio
NORFOLK; January 8.-Reliable informa?
tion received this evening from tho scene of
yesterday's affray, represents the negroes as
much excited, but no further acts of vio?
lence have occurred. The military force
sent to the assistance of the sheriff has re?
turned to this city. No further disturbance
Col. Thomas Barwell, a captain in the
war of 1812, died to-day, aged 81.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., January 8.-Hon. John
M. Botts died at his home iu Culpepei
County, this morning at 10 o'clock. The
funeral will take place in Riohmond on Sun
NEW ORLEANS, January 8.-Gen. Rosseau
died very calmly, last night, at ll o'clock
having taken leave of his friends uud fear
shortly before. The manifestations of re
gret are universal. To-day being a holiday
-the anniversary of the battle of New Or
leans-all tbe flags flying, both foreign
consular and American, are at half-mast ant
draped in mourning.
ROCHESTER, N. Y., January 8.-Eight o
fifty children wounded by the falling of t
school-house herejyesterday, died. The ac
cident is attributed by the coroner's jury ti
neglect in putting full stone caps on tin
HAVANA, January 8.-Dulce, in his ad
dress, says: "I will brave every danger, ac
oept every responsibility, for your welfare
The revolution swept away the Bourbons
and rights to oitizens and dignity to man
shall be retained. You will receive all tb
reforms you require. The Spaniards an*
Cubans are brothers. From this day th
freedom of the press; right of publio meet
in gs, and representation in the Nation:
Cortes, are theirs. The fundamental prie
eiples of true liberty granted you, adjure
Cubans aud Spaniards to forget past pain
for the future and establish union and fro
Affairs In Wnslilngtoit.
"WASHINGTON, Januarys.-Gon. Rosseau
death in New Orleans causes general glooi
here. He was highly respected and lovct
The cotton bill authorizes tho .Secretar
to purchase raw cotton grown aftor the pa
sage of tbs bill, delivered at any railroa
depot, or on a steamer making direct cou
munication with New York, at 20 cents p<
pound for upland and 30 for sea islam
Purchases made through revenue office
are exempt from tho tax, but if sold \
other than agents of the United States, tl
agents will be taxod three cents per pouni
Cotton purchased by the Government she
be sold at a price not less than five cen
advance on the cost. Manufacturers withi
the United States arc allowed to draw bat
1% cents for cotton used by them ; a ft
report of all transactions to bo presented
Congress at the commencement of ea
In the Senate, a bill regulating thc pri
and encouraging tho product-of cotton, w
referred to the Finance Committee. Mc
rill reported a bill amending the Act pi
viding for a national currenoy, mentionii
incidentally that the United States los
$600,000 by a national bank in Boston,
bill restricting the jurisdiction of tho Coi
of Claims, was referred to the Judicia
Committee. The Senate passed several pi
sonal disability bills and adjourned.
In the House, no business of importun
was transacted. Adjourned to Monday.
. The New York Underground Ivailro
Company, incorporated by the last Leg:
lature, have returned their charter and gi v
np ths-job foi thu pressent. The conditio
contained in the act of incorporation were
stringent that mon of capital did not de
to invest in the enterprise, although i
engineering difficulties are found to
much less than would generally bo si
A romantic young lovor, near Ashlar
Tennessee, stolo the dead body of ]
sweetheart while it was lying iu its coffin
her father's house, on Christmas ovo, o
hid it in a cave. He was not dotected ui
they wont to bury tho coffin, when he e
fessod and was forgiven.
At Fritzlar, seat Cologne, during a
cont storm, tho tower of tho church \
blown bown during mass, and several r
sons buried under the ruins. Sixt
corpses have already been got out, but
moro aro known to bo still there.
The Milwaukee Wisconsin thinkssorter
that General Grant "could properly i
nobly tender ono of his Cabinet appo
moats to Robert E. Leo, tho first and
blest man in the rebol Confederacy."
Tho lost mushroom city created by
Pucifio Railroad is called Ogden, ant
about forty miles North of Salt Lake C
Tho Union and Central Pacific roads n
thore, and it is expected that both
build largo depots.
Mr. J. E. Roll, a grocer, of Augusta, I
burst a blood vessel, on Thursday, aud <
Mr. Joseph F. Black, Jr., a young
talented rosident of Abbeville, died in
village a^few days ago.
KSNANC??_L .-."TD COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, January G-NOOIK-Stocks]
strong und upward. Money easier. Ex?
change 9??- Gold 34%. Flour steady for
low grades; other kinds dull and lower.
Corn dull and 1 cent lower. Pork quiet
new mess 29.50. Lard steady, at 19?-4@20.
Cotton firm, at 27>?. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton lc. better; sales 10,000 j
bales, at 28. Flour-low grades steady;
others dull and drooping. Wheat aud con?
dilli. Pork fir'mor, at 29.50(0)29.62 >?. Lard |
steady-steam 19k?@U>3? Whiskey steady,
at 1.00. Freights firmer-cotton steam
Gold active-closing strong.
Sterling 9,'<j. Southern bonds firm.
BALTIMORE, January 8.-Cotton firm, at j
27. Flour favors buyers. Wheat firm
prime to choice red 2.25. Corn dull-white
86@90; yellow 88?92. Oafs dull, ai- 05?
70. Pork active, at 30.00. Bacon active
shoulders 14);i@14)o. Lard firm, at 19@
CHARLESTON, January 8.-Cotton opened
weak but closed strong, with an advancing
tendency; sales 750 bales-middlings 2GUJ ;
AUGUSTA, January 8.-The cotton market
opened quiet, at 25).<, but closed active and
easier, holders asking 27; sales 700 bales;]
SAVANNAH, January 8.-Cotton opened I
dull, but closed active; sales 2,200 bales-]
middlings 27; receipts 1,923.
MoniLB, January 8.-Beceipts of cotton
for the week 10,680 bales; stock 50,402; sales
to-day 2,000 bales-middliug 26@26; the
market oponed quiet at inside figures, but
dosed irregular and excited, ut outside
fiffnrfis* receipts 1,319.
NEW ORLEANS, January 8.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 9,500 bales; of the week 29,800.
Market excited and nd vance.! ; middlings 20.
Gold 35)t). Corn scarce-whito 78; yellow
80- Pork firm, at 30>.<@30?4. Bacon
scarce-shouldere 16%; clear rib 18)^; clear
19}?. Sugar firm-common Oy^?b.lO}^;
primo 12%; yellow clarified 14@,14)<?. Mo?
lasses firm-common 60@62; primo 68@70;
choice 72@75, Whiskey quiet-Western
LONDON, Januury 8-3 P. M.-Consols]
92%. Bonds quiot, at 75.
LIVERPOOL, January 8-3 P. M.-Cotton
quiet; sales of the week 82,000 bales; exports ]
20,000; speculation 13,000; stock 356,000,
including 94,000 Americau; stock afloat
283,000, including 17,000 American.
LIVERPOOL, January 8-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed firmer-uplands on the spot and
afloat ll; Orleans sales 12,000 bales.
Report for Week ending Friday, January 8, 1809.
SfPHnmrx OFFICE, COLUMBIA, January 9.-The
demand for cotton lias heen very good during the
past week, although there has been little offering.
Thc sales of the week were only 232 hales, and we
now quoll' middliug at 25c, and other grades in
proportion. Tho sales were as follows: 4 at 23; ll
at 2.1.1; 25 at 231; 14 at 2:!.?; (?7 at 24; 49 at 25; 3 at
22A; 54 at 24; ; 4 at 24?; 6 at 22 j.
No chango in other articles of country produce;
all that comes in is readily taken, at full pricos.
Tho following buying ratos South Carolina Hank
Notes, proparod hy Gregg, Palmer it Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camden.40 Exchange.8
Hank of Charleston. .40 Planters'. 4
Bank of IChester. 7 Farmers und Exchangel
Bank of Georgetown, ll State.1
Bank of Newberry.. .45 Union.90
Bank South Carolina. 8 So.Western R. lt.. old,35
Stato South Caro. old,20 People's.50
State South Caro, new, 3 Planters and Meehan.25
Wholesale Prices Current.
BY THE COLUMBIA BOA lil) OF TRADE.
Ar-PLES, ^fbus.l 25@1 50
BAGQINO, Gnnny,25 ?28
Dundoo if? yd_@30
BALE HOPE, Manilla,?26
N.Y orWes.pt). 10@15
BUTTER, Nor thorn,. @50
Country, lb. .30?40
Sides, %t lb.18@19
BniCKS, $H,000... .9@12
CANDLES, Sporm. .40?70
COTTON YAHN..1 00?2.00
COTTON, Strict Mid. ?25
Low Middling, 22@23
CHEESE, E. D. Ib..20@23
Fi.orjR,Coun.l2 00@13 00
Northern.. 8 00@14 00
GRAIN, Corn_90? 1 00
Wheat. 2 25@3 00
HAY, Northern, ^fewt.
INDIOO, Carolina.1@1 25
LUMIIER, Brds, 100 f.l 50
Shingles, tyl,0C0..2 75
LIME, $ bbl.. .2 70?2 80
MEATS, Pork, ^db... 15*
NewOrleansl 00?1 25
Sugar House.75? 1 25
NAILS, $) keg..6 00?j;7 00
ONIONS. DUB.I 25@2 00
OIL, Kerosone.^g 50@55
POULTRY, Bucks, pr..
SPECIE, Gold. .133?1 ?4
Silver.1 23@1 25
POTATOES, Irish.75?l 25
Sweet, ^tbush. .C0@75
BICE, Carolina.lb. .9?10
Kn Ht India..
SHOT, ^)bag.. 3 25@3 50
SALT, Liverp'1.2 70?3 00
SPIRITS, Alcohol,gaf.6 00
Brandv... 4 00@12 00
Holland Giu.5 00?7 00
American... 3 5??4 00
Jam'a Itum.6 00?7 00
N.E. "....3 50?3 75
TEA, Green, 11..1 00?200
Black,.1 00?1 50
TODACCO, Chew..50? 1 25
Smoking, pt>.50?l 00
YINEOAR, Wino, g.70@75
French.1 25?1 50
WINE, Cham. g.25?3200
Port, Vgal 00?5 00
Sherry_ , 50?C00
Madeira_3 50?15 00
A firo occurred in the store of Mr. Axel,
under the Planter's Hotel, in Augusta, Ga.,
on Thursday night, whioh caused consider?
able excitement among the guests of tho
hotel. Tho stock of goods was damaged to
tho extent of soveral thousand dollars.
Miss Gingmun's stock of milliuery was also
In consequence of tho resignation of Col.
J. P. Low, tho Commission on Planter's
Bonds, now in session at Military Hall, will
not proceed in their investigations until his
successor is appointed, w'^oh will probably
bo to-day. Thcro aro over '?itu applicants
for extension of time before tho Commis?
sion.-Charleston Courier, 8th.
The Charleston papers state that shad
have made, their appearance in that market.
Mnj. Horbach has withdrawn from tho
management of the Charleston Hotel.
Tho price of gas in Charleston has been
reduced to 84 per 1,000 feet.
If ew Procesa of M am ral fie at Ion.
A correspondent of tho jVaficm, who sigcB
himself W. M., dating from Florence,
Italy, June 20, sends. an nccouut of Prof.
Murini's wonderful invontion . how to pre?
serve or petrify human bodies, or meats of
any descriptiou, for restoring tho mummi?
fied bodies or portions of the same to their
original volume, oolor and appearance.
The professor's labors bid fair not only to
advanco science, to protect students of una
tomy from its attendant daugors, but ter
alleviate human suffering. We feel uo
doubt that tho subject is one fruugbt with
interest for all classes and all countries.
The first specimen the professor showed
us was the foot of nu Egyptian mummy, of
which the half remained iu its mummified
condition: the other huii was restored to
its normal color, form, dimensions and sup?
pleness. Shutting the window nod holding
a candle behind tho foot, you see the trans?
parency of the soft and tho shadows of the
bard substances. Hitherto it has been im?
possible to eject the arteries with wax or
other substances used in anatomical studies,
ou account of the salts which form in the
arteries themselves, preserved by systems
hitherto known; whereas by Marin i's sys?
tem a corpse may bo injected with tho sub?
stances necessary to facilitate .a perfect
study of all tho arteries, even after many
years of preservation. Considering tho
number of students who annually lose lifo
or limb in the act of dissecting, if Marini's
system shall denude the corpse of its veuom
aud present a harmless subject to tbs stu?
dent, for this gain alone humanity will have
eau s? for g^utilude. According to some of
tho most celebrated anatomists, this point is
already gained. Amongst bis preparations
he possesses an arm detached in September,
1840. All thc organs which enter into the
composition of this member-akin, tissue,
nerve, muscle, etc.-have preserved th?
sizo, color, consistency anti sappleness of a
fresh corpse not yet rigid. This arm may
be desicated to-day, and bo used for an ana?
tomical demonstration precisely as it was
throe years since in tho Practical School ol
Nor is this process of Munni applicable
sololy to partial fragments of the humar
form, since he preserved for an entire yoai
in a fresh state, the corpso of Professoi
Martini, of Cugliari, previous to petrifying
it, and four mouths after death, dress?e
it and had a photograph taken so perice,
and expressive as to delight nil those tc
whom Martini was known. In the experi
merits performed before the commission ol
the Medical Academy of Florence, Mariu
arrested the already commenced putrefac
tion of tho corpso of a four years child, rc
storing to it all tho appearance of freshness
which it still maintains, despite the intens?
heat of lost year's summer. The brain, tin
spinal marrow, tho most delicate tissues o
pathological formation, aro perfectly pre
served with all their normal appearances
and opparently forever. A microscopic ex
amiuatiou of all these preparations demon
strafes that the clements of tho tissues bav
suffered no variation of form or dimension:
possibly ono observes a slight opacity, espc
dully where albumenons matters abound
But there is no coagulation oven of thes
substances, no grannlous appearance in tb
contents of the cellular elements or of thei
Mariui has hitherto kept his secret wit
jealous care, but he has already declared t
the commission of tho Medical Academy c
Florence that he will reveal his secret t
them, and afterwards to tho public, as soo
as they shall present their report on the e:
periments of which thoy have been wi
The lotion that Marini uses ho has a]
plied to several patients afflicted with canee
ulcer and similar diseases, and performe
wonderful cures. Dr. Billi certified that t
had applied tho Marini liquid to ono of h
own relations affected with cancer of tl
tongue; that said cancer, which had proceet
ed with frightful rapidity for two month
and whioh, according to the first surgeon
could not be extirpated, had been arreste
by the application of Marini's liquii
Other oases are still under euro. Two wi
men affected with internal cancer are no
being treated by him in the hospital, ac
but lost week he was summoned to utter
the sister of the Syndio of Naples, on who
his liquid has already produced the desire
effect. The surgeons, even those who a
ply his lotion, are not on good terms wil
him, because ho will not reveal the ingr<
dients of which it is composed. He justifi
himself by saying that when bo first appli<
the lotion to caucer, especially to intern
cancer, it had the great defect of fosterin
rather than stopping hemorrhage; that f
this defect, he has found the romedy, at
that when he has brought his liquor to wh
ho considers perfection, ho will, on his ow
terms, reveal tho secret.
By Marini's curativo method meats desi
cated in ono year havo been eaton tho nos
and his liquid has no smell aud no delct
His petrifactions aro the most curiou
though, perhaps, of tho least practic
utility, of all his discoveries, as any anim
substance once reduced to a state of pet
faction cannot be restored to its fresh stn
ns when only mummified or dried. Ho h
petrified livers of human beings and ai
mais, a petrified medal of Garibaldi's bloo
a petrified rabbit, etc., etc.; strike the
with a hammer, and thoy givo tho riDg
stone, and like stone they break into fm
ments if hit hard enough; but they aro n
as cold as stone, aud, if you hold a lip
behind them, they aro transparent at tl
edges. As his last specimen, tho profest
uncovered a small tablo standing in t
middlo of tho room, which, to all a
pearanco, was modo of Florentine mosi
encrusted in tho ordinary coment. I'oil
ing to the bright red bits, ho said: "Thu
human blood, that bullock's, that fowl
Those purple bits aro liver; those* ligb
those, lungs; that i<? bile; the ccmeut of t
whole is human brains." The table waa
less cold than marble, bat as solid.
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMPORT, OF TUE SCHIEDAM AUOMATIC SCHNAITS
22 BEAVER 8TRIET, NEW YOBK, NOV. 3. 'GS.
To the People of the Southern Stoles.
When tho pare medicinal restorative, r.ow so
Widely known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM .SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into tho world, under tho endorse?
ment of 4,000 leading members of the medical pro?
fession, some twenty years ago, ita proprietor waa
well awnro that it could not wholly escupo tho
penalty attached to now ami useful preparations.
Ile, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest poaaiblo safeguard against counterfeit- j
era, and to render all attempts to pirate it difficult !
and dangerous. It waa submitted to distinguish?
ed ohoniiata for analysis, and pronounced by thom
tho purest spirit over manufactured. Ita purity
and propertiea having been thud ascertained,
samples of tho articlo woro forwarded to 10,000
physciana, including all tho leading praetitionera
in tho United States, for purpoacs of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation
and a report of tho rosnlt, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of tho moat eminent medical men
in tho Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article woro unanimously favorable. (Such a
preparation, thoy said, had long been wanted by
tho profession, as no rclianco could bo placed on
tho ordinary liquors of csmmerce; all of which
wore moro or less adulterated, and, theroforo,
unfit for medical purposes. The peculiar excel?
lence and strength of the oil of juniper, which
formed ono of the principal ingredients of tho
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of tho alcoholic clement, give it, in tho estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimnlant ss a diuretic, tonic and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
mon of tho highest rank were published in a
Condensed form, aud enclosed with each bottlo
ot tho Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
woro also adopted; a patent waa obtained for tho
articlo, the label wa8 copyrighted, a .fae simile of
tho proprietor's autograph signature waa attached
to each label aud covor. his name and that of tho
preparation woro embossed on the bottles, and tho
corks were sealed with his privato seal. No articlo
had ever beon sold in this country under thc name
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, iii 1851; and tho
I label was deposited, asTlia trade mark, in tho
United States District Court for the Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might bo supposed, by persona unacquainted
with the daring character of tho piratea who prey
upon the reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
tho protections so carefully thrown around these
Schnapps would have precluded tho introductions
and salo of counterfeits. Thoy seem, however,
only to have stimulated tho rapacity of imposters.
The trade mark of tho proprietor has been stolen;
the endorsement which bis Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alono received from tho medical pro?
fession has boen claimed by mendacious humbugs;
his labels an hottlcs have been imitated, bia ad?
vertisements paraphrased, his circulars copied,
and, worso than all, dishonorable retailers, after
disposing of tho genuino contents of his bottles,
havo lilied them up with common gin, thc moat
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made his namo
and brand a cover for poison.
Tho public, the medical profession aud the aick,
for whom tho Echicdam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed aa a remedy, aro equally interested with
tho proprietor in the detection and suppression of
these nefarious practices. The genuine article,
man nf ictni ed at the establishment of the under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, ia distilled from a
harley of tho iine.it quality, and flavored with an
essential extract of thc berry of tho Italian
iuniper, of unequalled purity. By a procees un
;nown in tho preparation of any other liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious and corrosivo ele?
Complaints have been received from the leading
physicians and families in tho Southern States,
of tho salo of cheap imitations of tho Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel?
ers, who aro in the habit of using it aa an antidoto
to tho banoful influence of unwholesome river
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed i'll* upon tho unwary.
Thelagents of tho undersigned have been requested
to inatituto inquiries on tho subject, and to for?
ward to him ttio names of such partiea as they
may ascertain to bo engaged in tho atrocious
ayatoin of deception. In conclusion, thc under?
signed would say that he baa produced, from under
tho hands of the most distinguished men of
science in America, proofs unanswerable of tho
purity and medicinal excellence of tho Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that he has expended many
thousand dollars in surrounding it with guarantees
and safeguards, which he designed should protoct
the public and himself against fraudulent imita?
tions; that ho has shown it to bo the only liouor in
tho world that can bo uniformly depended upon
as unadulterated; that ho baa challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms; and from every ordeal the prepa?
ration which boars his name, seal and trado mark,
has como on* triumphant. He, therefore, fools it a
duty ho owes to his fellow-citizens generally, to
tho* medical profession and tho sick, to denounce
and expose tho Charlatans who counterfeit these
evidences of identity, and ho calla upon tho press
and tho public to aid him in bia efforts to romcdy
so great an evil.
Tho following letters and certificates, from tho
leading physicians and chemists of this city, will
prove to tho reader that all gooda sold by tho
undersigned aro all they aro represented to bo.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as being, in every" reaped, pre-eminently pure,
and deserving of medical patronago. At all events,
it is tho purest possible articlo of Holland Oin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may bo
safely prescribed bv physicians.
' DAVID L. MOTT, M. D..
Pharmaceutical Chemist, Now York.
26 PINK STREET, NEW YOBS, Nov. 21, 1867.
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DEAD Sin: I havo made a chemical examination
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with
tho intent Wdetermining if any foreign or injurious
aubatanco had beon added to tho simple distilled
Dr.Aii Sin: The want of puro Wines and Liquors,
for medicinal purposes, haa been long felt by tho
profession, and thouaanda of livca have been sac?
rificed by tho uao of adulterated artielca. Delirium
tremens, and other diaeaaea of tho brain and
nerves, BO rifo in thia country, are very raro in
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to tho difference
in tho purity of tho apirita sold.
Wo havo tested tho several articles imported
and sold by yon, including your Oin, which you
sell under tho namo of Aromatio Schiedam
Schnappe, which wo consider justly ontitlod to tho
high reputation it has acquired in this country;
and, from your long oxpenonco as a foreign im?
porter, your Bottled Wines and Liquors should
moot with tho same demand.
We would recommend you to appoint somo of
the respootablo apothecaries in different parta of
tho city as agenta for tho salo of your Brandies
and Wines, whero tho profession can obtain tho
samo whon necdod for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in jour new enterprise, wo
remain your obodient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surgery,
University Modical Collogo, New York.
J. M. CAKNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, SurgJOn-in-Chioi to tho Statu Hospital,
etc.. No. 14 East lGth street.
The examination has reunited in tho conclusion
that tho sample contained no poisonous or harm
ful admixturo. I have boon unablo to discover
any trace of tho deleterious substances which aro
omploved in tho adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesitate to ueo myself, or to recommend to
others, for medicinal "purposes, tho Schiedam
Schnapps as an excollent and unobjectionable
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHAULES A. S?ELY, Chemist.
NEW Youie, 53 CEDAR STBKET, Nov. 2G, 1867.
Udoipho Wolfe, Esq., Pr?tent.
DEAR Sm: I have submitted to chemical analysis
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I took
j from a fresh package in your bonded warehouse,
and find, as before, that the spirituous liquor
is froo from injurious ingredients or falsification;
that it has the marks of being aged and not re?
cently prepared by mechanical admixture of
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. F. MAYER, Chemist.
NEW TOCK, Tuesday, Mav t.
Udo'pho Wolfe, Esq.
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. I)., No. 795 Broadway.
H. P. DEWEE8, BI. 1)., No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WOItSTER, M. D., No. 120 Ninth struct.
NEL80N STEELE. M. D., No. 37 Blcocker street.
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth street.
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of the Princi?
ples and Practico of Surgery, New York Medical
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, aud others'.
Tho proprietor also offers for salp
?lot t lc-,l Wines anti Liquors,
Imported and bottled by himself, expreesly for
medicinal use. Each bottlo has bis certificate of
Nov 12 3mo UD?LPHO WOLFE. "
Sale'to Foreclose Mortgage.
John Agnew es. A. R. Taylor.
BY virtno of a powor of attorney to me given bv
A. P.. Taylor, bearing date January 28,1867,
1 will sell, at public annHon, at Newberry Court
House, on tho FIRST MONDAY in February next,
AU that PLANTATION, in Newberry County,
bounded on tho North and North-east by lands of
Thomas Floyd, on tho South and Honth-east by
the Saluda River, West by lands of James Lind?
say and H. Williams, North and North-west by
lands of Griffin; containing nine hundred and
forty-one [9*11 acres, more or loss.
THUMS or SALE-Twenty-five hundred r$2,500]
dollars and thu expenses of the sale in cash, tho
balance on a credit of ono and two yearn, securod
by bond and mortgago, with approved sureties.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
?Tan 9 s4 Attorney of Mortgagor.
Richland County, South Carolina,
DECEMBER 28, 1868.
BY permission of W. H. Wigg, Esq., Judge of
tho Probato Court of Richland County, I will
soil, on tho 13th day of JANUARY, 1869, aU tho
Sersonal property of tho estate of James C. Batos,
ecoasod, at his lato residence on the Congaree
River, eleven miles below 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,
Deo 30 Administrator.
Jl^^ WE will sell, on WEDNESDAY, the 13th
Wjtt? instant, ut our steam mill, twelve miles
^X^^abov? Columbia, in Lexington District,
7 Hoad of MULES, all in lino working order.
Partios wishing to purchase will do well to attend.
Jan 9 2* _L?RICK fe NUNNAMAKER.
At E. E. JACKSON'S
Jan 8 6 Drug 8tore.
dfa O RAA NEW STATE BONDS.
)hJj?0\f\J $9,000 State Stock.
.-Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad
-Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad
Stock. GREGG, PALMER fe CO. .
DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for tho liberal
patronage he has received from tho citizens
of this city and tho surrounding District, during
tho past year, respectfully announces that ho now
permanently establishes himself in Columbia. All
operations on tho natural Tooth faithfully per?
formed. ARTIFICIAL CASES, in every approved
method, carofully and satisfactorily executed
among which ho would call special attention to
that known as Reyuolda' Patent; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this beau?
tiful and durablo process, he is enabled, with con?
fidence, to refer to his patients and to tho
patentee. Office on Main street, over First Na?
tional Bank. _Jan 8
O?B" W H OLE?S A L E
JUST received, a find lot ot POPULAR GOODS,
for the trade, such as:
Orders solicited, satisfaction guaranteed.
Our RETAIL DEPARTMENT is aleoroplenishol
with RICH, PRETTY and CHEAP GOODS.
R. C. SHIVER.
Jan 8 3
Prof. Patrick's School, Greenville, S. C
- THE spring term of this Schi"'1 J*r?'
/jfiSbk commence on tho FIRST Ip^^Zff
tO?S|te February next, and close- <?" 30th
^AtflK-?<if .lillie. ,. . . _
WIT Tho course of ^ruction includes
Latin, Greek Mathematic?, BooL
k6&MAS?b;"?iori, in currency; payable
i? XT'T 2?.i SS-fher information, address
Jan 8 2* IW. JOHN B. PATRICK.