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PARIS, January 23.-Thte conference se?
lected M. Waleski to convey the protocol to
Athens. He has been instructed to wait five
days for an answer from the Grecian
BERLIN, January 23.-The journalists of
this city have held a meeting, and have
adopted an address to General Grant, Pre?
sident eleot of tho United States, asking
bim to propose to Congress tho establishing
of an international copyright law between
the United States and Germany.
HAVANA, January 25. --Four soldiers were
assassinated Sunday. Great uneasiness ex?
Affairs In Washington.
WASHINGTON, January 25.-The Election
Committee heard thc Louisiana contest. A
further hearing to-morrow. The Recon?
struction Committee heard a number of
radical Methodists iu opposition to the plan
of the Committee of Niue, os to its effe?ts
on church property. The House allowed
tho Arkansas Representatives full pay for
tho Fortieth Congress. Robinson intro?
duced a protest against the ratification of
the Alabama claims treaty. In the Senate,
the Judiciary Committee reported adversely
to seating Hill, from Georgia. Trumbull
presented a minority report. The Retrench?
ment Committee reported the House bill
repealing the tenure-of-offico bill, with
Amendments to the House bill repealing
tho tenure-of-office, provides that Cabinet
officers may be removed during tho recess,
and other officers shall be suspended at the
President's discreti< n.
An autograph petition from Mrs. Lincoln
for a pension was presented to the Senate
In the Senate, tho Judiciary Committee
will report adversely to seating Hill; among
other reasons, because the Georgia Legisla?
ture comprised ineligible members. Trum?
bull's minority report favors seating Hill,
because he is an unobjectionable man, and
Congrees has recognized Georgia as a Stato.
In the Senate, Edwards, in reporting
amendments to tho House bill repealing
tho tenure of office, moved it be indefinitely
postponed. After a struggle for precedence
of business, Sherman's curroncy bill was
postponed and tho Pacific Railroad bill dis
cussed to adjourmcnt.
In the House, among the bills under regn
lar call, was one appointing a committeo tc
investigate the election irregularities ic
South Caroliua; appropriations for improve
mont of the Savannah River, severn! rail
road and removal of disability bills. Coo
loy introduced a bill for the botter protec?
tion of loyal mon in tho South. Prince,
of Georgia-incorporating tho Southeri
Express Company. The suffrage amend
ments Wi re postponed to Wednesday; nm
tho Djm er Railroad was resumed and re
ferred to the Committee on Public Lands
which is equivalent to killing it. Adjourned
RICHMOND. January 25.-Gen. Stouemai
issued au order to-day, appointing Gens
Wilcox and Granger, and Col. Franklin, t<
constitute a board which shall investigad
and report on applications for any of th<
offices iu Virginia, except the Executivo ant
State offices in tho capitol; and thus enabh
the Commanding General to fill vaconcie;
now existing, which it is contemplated ma]
exist within the next thirty days. Tlie mi
litary have so far removed 729 civil officers
leaving about 3,000 offices whose occupant!
aro ineligible and to be removed.
WILMINGTON, January 25.-Robbers at
tacked the houso of ex-Sheriff Reubei
King, of Robeson County, near Lumberton
North Carolina, on tho 23d instant, mor
tally wounding King and S. E. Ward, i
visitor at King'? house. There aro litth
hopes of his recovering. The perpetrator,
of tho foul crime escaped.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 22.-Additions
Japanese news has been received. The Mi
kudo has issued a proclamation announcing
that peace reigns throughout tho land, am
justifying his opposition to Satsama an<
tho Southern Princes. All things seemec
progressing favorably for tho Southeri
cause. The Northern Princes openly disa
vow tho conduct of Enom?tto in stormini
Hakadadi, and sinking several of tho Mi
kado's vessels. No Northern army is nov
in the field. Tho Southerners aro disband
ing their troops. Tho attack and captur
of Hakadadi was achieved under the supei
vision of European officers, the Southerner
offering but little opposition.
Admiral Gucomattu issued stringent o?
dcrs for the ?seizure and cofiscation of ul
foreign vessels caught conveying troops am
stores. There havo occured many broncho
of neutrality by foreign ships. The Tv
coon's brother, Menboneavo, arrived fror
Paris on the lGth of December, aud soo
after had an interview with tho Mikado, an
it is reported that ho was entrusted with
mission of peace to his brother.
CHARLESTON, January 25.-Arrived-bri
W. M. Nash, Cardenas. Sailed-brig Et
ms, Now York; schooners M. D. Haskel
Boston; Mary, Bucksville, S. C.; Minervi
Havana; J. L. Leach, Georgetown; Surprise
Philadelphia; W. H. Steele, Baracoa.
THE GEORGETOWN RAILROAD.-We ai
pleased to hoar, says tho Georgetown (i
C.) Times, that application has been mad
to tho l?gislature for a renewal of the olia:
ter of this important work, preparatory, vi
trust, to moro vigorous efforts with a vie,
to tho completion of tho same. Thei
seems to bo some desire on the part <
Northern capitalists to invest in Southei
railroads and other enterprises, and th
would bo an opportune time to invite attei
to this road. Tho road has been alreat:
graded to tho Northeastern Railroad, and
would reqniro no very great outlay of cap
tal to finish it at that point.
KIN A % CI AL) A (VD COW MICK. CI AL.
Co LUM m A. January 25.-Sales of cotton
to-day 99 bajea-middlings 27"?c.
NEW YOEE, January 25-Noon.-Stocks
strong. Money easy, at 7. Exchango 9.
Gold 36. Flour 5@10c. better. Wheat
l@2c. better on upriug. Pork Armer-new
mess 30.25. Steam lard firmer-barrels
19?4(a)20. Cotton lower, at 28
7 PT M.-Cotton doll and lower; sales
1,200 bides, ?it 28.' :,. Flour-shipping
grades firmer; all others dull aud heavy;
superflue 5.86; common to fair extra South?
ern 6.75(oV7.20. Winter wheat dull and
heavy; spring more doing for export. Corn
slightly favors buvers. Pork 30. Kettle
lard 28^. Whiskey dull, ut firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freights more active. Governments closed
strong. Money in large increasing call, at
5(V/)7. Discount 7. Sterling U$6@9%. Gold
36Southern securities Ann-South Ca?
rolina 74; uew TO3.). Stocks excited-clos?
BALTIMORE,'January 25.-Cotton quiet,
nt 29. Flour und wheat dull. Corn Arm
white 85@80; yellow 86@87. Pork Arra,
at 31@31%. Bacon active-sh miders l?f?
15.V:j. Lard 20/
NEW ORLEANS, January 25. -Cotton un?
settled-nominal middlings 27,,4'($273<i ;
sales 1,150 bales. Gold SO^'. Flour dull
and unchanged-super 6.75; double 7.25;
treble email@example.com. Corn active, nt 78(^80.
Pork active, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon dull
-shoulders 15,}?'; clear rib 18,l.j ; clear lo?^.
Lard quiet and firm-tierce 20,'.4; keg 23.
Sugar steady'-common 10'.-.(Vi^10^4'; prime
12??@13; yellow clarified l?>?@15. Mo?
lasses steady-common 04; choice 71(a)73.
Whiskey dull-Western rectified 95(oU.02.
Coffee steady-fair bP-OrlS'o. Prime 16,'.j
CINCINNATI, January 25.-Whiskey
steady, at 97@98. Provisions firmer and
higher. Mess pork-30 bid, but 31 asked.
Bacon firm and scarce-shoulders 14; clear
sides 18. Lard held firmly, at 20.
MoRiLE, Jauuary 25.-Nothing done in
cotton to-day-tho market entirely nominal.
AUGUSTA, January 25.-Cotton market
dull and heavy; sules 150 bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, January 25. - Cotton de?
pressed and closed dull and drooping;Tsales
150 bales; receipts 1,000.
CHARLESTON, January 25.-Cotton dull,
unsettled aud lower-sales 350 bales; buyers
offering 27; sellers asking 2S. Receipts
HAVRE, January 25.-Cotton quiet and
LONDON, January 25-3 P. M.-Consols
93',,. Bonds 75,'J.
LIVERPOOL, January 25-3 P. M.-Cotton
flat-uplands Llj?@?l>?; Orleuus 11%@
ll 3.j'; uplands afloat 11}^.
LivEtutPOOL, January 25-Evening.
Cotton dull-uplands ll^fViHl'.. ; Orleans
sales 10,000 bales. .'
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLS IJJVORT. IU--TUESCHIKI>AM AuoM.vrnSciisArrs
22 BEAVER STREET. NEW YOUR, NOV. 3, 'C8.
l\> the People of the Southern Stuten.
When the pure medicinal restorative, now so
widdy known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was Introduced into the world, uudor tho endorse?
ment of 1,000 leading members of the medical pro?
fession, some twenty years ago, its proprietor was
well awaro that it could not wholly escape the
penalty attached to now and useful preparations.
He, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest possible safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to jarate it difficult
and dangerous. Ii was submitted to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysin, and pronounced by them
the purest spirit over manufactured. Its purity
and properties having been thus ascertained,
samples of tho article wore forwarded to 10,000
phyacians, including all the leading practitioners
Hi the United States, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation
and a report of the result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of tho most eminent medical mon
in tho Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article wero unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
tho profession, as no rebaneo could be placed ott
tho ordinary liquors of commerco; all of which
were more or less adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for medical purposes. Tho peculiar excel?
lence and strength of tho oil of juniper, which
formed one of the principal ingredients of tho
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of thc alcoholic clement, give it, in the estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic, tonic and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
mon of tho highest rank wero published in a
condensed form, and euolosed with each bottle
ol tho Schnapps, as ono of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
wero also adopted; a patent was obtained for tho
article, tho label was copyrighted, a ./Vic sii/ii/i; of
the proprietor's autograph signaturo was attached
to each labol and cover, his namo and that of tho
preparation wero embossed on tho bottles, and tho
corks were sealed with his private soal. No articlo
had ovor been sold in this country-under tho namo
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 18f>l; and the
label was deposited, as his trade mark, in tho
United States District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might bo supposed, ny persons unacquainted
with tho daring character of the pirates who prey
upon tho reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their namo, that
tho protections so carefully thrown around those
Schnapps would have precluded ibo introductions
and salo of counterfeits. Thoy seem, however,
only to have stimulated the rapacity of impostors.
Tho trade mark of tho proprietor has been stolen:
tho endorsement which Ids Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alone received from tho medical pro?
fession bas bean claimed by mendacious humbugs;
bia labels an bottles havo boon imitated, his ad?
vertisements paraphrased, his . iroulara copiod,
aud, worso than all, dishonorable rotailers, aftor
disposing of tho genuine contonts of his bottles,
have tilled them up with common gin, tho most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made his name
and brand a cover for poison.
Thc public, the medical profession and the sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ia
prescribed as a romedy, aro equally interested with
tho proprietor in the detection and suppression ot
theso nefarious practices. The gonuino artiolo,
manufactured at tho establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of tho flnost quality, and flavored with an
essontial extract of tho berry of tho Italian
Junipor, of unequalled purity. Hy a process un?
known in tho preparation of any other liquor, it is
I freed from every acrimonious and corrosive ele
Complaints have been received from the leading
physicians and families in the Southern StatcB,
of the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel?
ers, who are in the habit of using it an an antidoto
to the baneful influence of unwholesome river
water, testify that cheap gin, put np in Sohiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon tho unwary.
Thelagonts of tho undersign nd have been requested
to instituto inquiries on the subject, and to for?
ward to him tbo names of such parties as they
may ascertain to bo engaged in tho atrocious
system of deception. In conclusion, thc under?
signed would say that bebas produced, from under
tho hands of the most distinguished men of
scienco in America, proof?* unanswerable of the
purity and medicinal excellence of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that be bas expended many
thousand dollars in surrounding it witta guarantee's
and safeguards, which he designed should protect
tho public and himself against fraudulent imita?
tions; that he has shown it to be the only liquor in
tho world that can be uniformly depended upon
as unadulterated; t 1?Ht tao ha? challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms: and from Tvory ordeal tho prepa?
ration which bears his name, ?eal and trade mark,
lias como off triumphant. Ho, therefore, feels it a
duty he owes to Iiis folluw-citizens generally, to
tho* medical profession and tho sick, to denounce
and exposo ttio Charlatans who counterfeit theso
evidences of idoutity, and be calls upon tho press
and tho public to aid bira in bis efforts to remedy
so great an ovil.
Tho following letters and certificates, from the
leading physicians and chemists of this city, will
prove to thu reader that all goods sold by tho
undersigned arc all they aro represented to bo.
I reid hound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pure,
and deserving of medical patronage. At all evcnts,
it is tho purest possible article of Holland Oin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may bc
safelv prescribed bv physicians.
" DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 TINK STREET, NEW YOUR. Nov. 21, 1807.
Udoipho Wolfe, Esq., Pr?tent.
DEAR Sin: I have made a chemical examination
of a samplo of your Schiedam Schnapps, with
tho intent of determining if any foreign or injurious
substance had been added to th? simple distilled
DEAR Sir.: Thu want of pure Wines and Liquors,
for medicinal purposes, has beeu long felt by thc
profession, and thousands of lives have loon sac?
rificed by tho use of adulterated articles. Delirium
tremens, and other diseases of the brain and
nerves, so rife in this country, are very raro in
Europe; owiug, in a great degree, to the difference
in the purity of tho spirits bold.
We havo tested tho several articles imported
and ?old by you, including your Gin, which you
sell under tho name of ?romatio Schiedam
Schnapps, which wo consider justly entitled to the
high reputation it has acquired in this country;
and, from your long expenenco as a foreign im?
porter, your Bottled Wines and Liquors should
meet with tho samo demand.
Wc would recommend you to appoint some of
the respeetablo apothecaries in different parts of
the city as agents for tho salo of your Brandies
and Winos, where tho profession can obtain tho
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise, we
remain vour obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surgery,
University Medical Collego, Now York.
J. M. CABNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Snrgeon-in-Obief to tho State Hospital,
etc., No. 14 East lCth street.
The examination luis resulted in tho conclusion
that tho sample contained no poisonous or harm?
ful admixture. I have been unable to discover
any trace of the deleterious substances which aro
om ploy od in the adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesitate to use myself, or to recommend to
others, for medicinal purposes, tho Schiedam
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjectionable
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed.) CHARLES A. S?KLY, Chemist.
NEW YORK, 53 CEDAR STREBT, NOV. 20, 18117.
Udoipho Wolfe, Esq., Present,
DEAR SIR: I have submitted to chemical analysm
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I took
from a fresh package in your bonded warehouse,
and find, as before, that tho spirituous liquor
is freo from injurious ingredients or falsification;
that it has tho marks of being aged and not re?
cently prepared by mechanical admixture of
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. P. MAY CH, Chomist.
KEW YORK, Tuesday. May 1. Udoipho Wolfe, Esq.
LEWIS A. SAYBE, M. D*., No. 795 Broadway.
H. P. DEWEES, M. D.. No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WOBSTER, M. D., No. 12? Ninth street.
NELSON STEELE. M.D., No. 37 Blceckor street.
JOHN O'HEILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth street.
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of th.3 Princi?
ples and Practice of Surgery, New York Medical
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
Thc proprietor also offers for sale
Hot lied Wims unit Liquors,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for
medicinal uso. Each bottle has his certificate of
Nov 12 3mo UDOLPHO WOLFE.
DR. D. L. BOOZEB, grateful for tho liberal
patronago ho has received from tho citizens
of this city and tho surrounding District, during
thc past year, respectfully announces that ho now
permanently establishes himself in Columbia. All
operations on tho natural Teeth faithfully per?
formed. ARTIFICIAL CASES, in every approved
method, carefully and satisfactorily executed
among which ho would call special attention to
that known as Reynolds' Patent; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial CascB by this beau?
tiful and durable process, bc i?> enabled, with con?
fidence, to rofor to his patients and to tho
patontce. Office on Main street, over First Na?
tional Bank. Jan 8
CORDS Seasoned PINE WOOD-Cash
down on delivery. Applv to
WM: A. WRIGHT.
Tan 33 3 Nickerson Houso, Columbia.
TITHE above roward will bo paid to any ono who
X will return to tho Chief Constable's Office, a
Smith A Wesson's Cartridge PISTOL, loft unin?
tentionally in roar of Janney's Hall, on tho morn?
ing of tho 22d instant. Jan 23 3
"y|^*E have just received a large ?apply of
And other DRESS GOODS, purchased for cash, at
greatly reduced prices. Wo aro now offering
great bargains in theso goods. Tho Ladies will
find it greatly to their advantago to give us a call,
as we can asauro them wo will givo them bar?
gains. J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
Jan 20 6
THIIlTT-EIOflrfn ?AT'S PROCEEDINGS.
SATURDAY, January 23.-Tho Sennto us
sembled at 12 M.
Message No. 22 from the Goveruor, rela?
tive to Executive business, was presented to
Tho petition of tho County Commission?
ers of Chester County for npproval of spe?
cial tax levied, was referred.
Tho petition of thc County Commission?
ers of Orangeburg County, praying for a
loan of Si,OOO from thc State, was referred.
Tho petition of John T. MoAlhuney, of
Colletou County, praying the General As?
sembly to recommend to the Congress of
tho United States tho removal of his politi?
cal disabilities, was referred.
Thc Committeo on Engrossed Bills, re?
ported as duly and correctly engrossed, and
ready for a third reading, a bill to euablo
tho Savannah and Charleston Railroad Com?
pany to complete their road. Ordered for
consideration on Monday.
Mr. Corbin introduced a concurrent reso?
lution, which was ordered for consideration
on Monday, that a joint committee, consist?
ing of two on the part of the Senate and
-on the part of tho House of Represen?
tatives, be appointed to investigate nnd re?
port what Acts are important to be pnssed
at this session. Said committeo shall ac)
during thc remainder of tho session, with
power to report the same as standing com?
After routine business-motions to post
pone, etc., pending a call of thc Senate,
THE HONEST PARSON.-A friend of mine
says a writer in Chambers' Journal, who is i
parson in the country, and a sort of moderi
Vicar of Wakefield iu his ways, came up t(
town last week, and reaped thc disadvan
tages of change, in this respect, that some
where or another he got a bad half-crowi
palmed off upon him. This annoyed bin
exceedingly, but most of all because lu
feared it might somehow get into circulo
tiou, and perhaps reach hands that couh
less afford to receive it than his own. H
would have thrown it into tho gutter bu
for this consideration, and was ponderiuj
how ho should get rid of it, when it sud
denly struck him that he was late fordinue
with your humblo servant, and therefor
took a Hansom with nil speed. So nervou
was he at tho idea of keeping my othe
guests waiting, that when the cabman said
"Eighteen pence, sir," he gave him thc ba
half-crown, (which happened to be his onl;
piece of silver.) in chango for a shilling
and tho poor fellow drove away. Howevei
before he was out of sight, my bene'voleu
clergyman remembered what he had dont
and lied down tho street after thej vehicle
shouting: "Cabby! Cabby!" wildly, an
waving his alpaca umbrella. The cabman
however, though ho turned round, onl
nodded good-naturedly, and drove ?wai
leaving my poor friend inconsolable at th
idea of thus having robbed an honest mai
He told us the story at dinner, and most c
us agreed it was strange enough that tb
mau had paid no attention to his signal:
but a police magistrate, who happened t
be nt table, asked to look at tho shilliu
which tho man bad given our vicar, au
then quietly remarked: "?'es, I thought s(
he has given you a bad shilling. "
The Chicago Tribune, which suffered i
heavily a few days ago for an unflatterio
polico item, before a prejudiced aud vci
silly jury, now has the word "alleged" ole
trotyped, and uses it before every othi
word in its reports. Here is one of its nc
"It is alleged that one Frederick Meyc
alleged to bo doing business in this city, w
arraigned before one Hoyne, who is nllcgi
to a commissioner of the United States, t
yesterday. It is alleged that the allegi
party, charged with an alleged fraud upi
au alleged Government, assisted in soc
way in smuggling some alleged drugs, whi
are alleged to be of considerable value,
is alleged that tho alleged caso was po.?
poned until Monday, alleged to bo tho ll
day of January. It is further alleged th
tho alleged defendant was held to bail,
is alleged that tho alleged Mr. Meyer, whe
it is alleged kept au alleged drug store, bei
before an alleged commissioner, whoso nat
is alleged to be Hoyne, was required to gi
a bond, which, it is alleged, requires the
leged Mr. Meyer to furnish for the payme
of any sum of mouoy which some onligl
ened but not yet alleged jury may alic
against him as damages sustained by t
A CALIFORNIA MILLIONAIRE.-A lett
from San Francisco, speaking of tho ric
ness of tho White Pine mining district
Nevada, says thero is now in that city
middle-nged man, who a year since, was
work by tho month as a mechanic, and c
worth a dollar. To-day he is worth at lei
81,000,000 in hard coin, and his iucoi
from one mino alone in White Pino is o\
$1,500 per day. Ho is investing his mon
in real estate in San Francisco. Tho otli
day, a friend was joking him on tho subj(
of marriage, remarking that he could u<
marry any young lady in San Fraucisco;
which ho replied, "Well, I know a gal c
West, who was willing to marry ino whet
hadn't a cent, and uow I'm able, I'm goii
to marry her."
WHAT IT COST TO PLAY OWL.-A m
named Issac Poison, in order to hnve soi
fun, climbed upon tho roof of a shnnty <
cupied by Lewis Goto, at ono of tho lnml
camps near Qreon Bay, Wisconsin, on t
evening of tho 8th instant., aud imit?t
tho screech of au owl. Thinking it v
really un owl, ono of tho inmates of t
shanty took a gun, and seeing au object
tho roof, fired at it. l'oison was shot in t
head, and so badly iiijnred, that be died
a very short time.
Tho road to min-The highway to Po
Estate Sale and Renting oi Lands.
IN pursuance- of adecrceof thc Court of Equity,
the undersigned will rent, to the Highest bid
dors, at Fairfield Court House, on the FIRST
MONDAY in February next, at 12 M., thc following
PLANTATIONS, belonging to tho estate of
Nicholas A. Fcav, deceased, for tho year 1869-to
The HOME PLACE, containing about 1,000
Thc Graham Place, containing about 2,000acres.
Tho Dutchman Creek Place, containing about
Tho belton Place, containing about 4,000 acres.
The Ross Pl ice, containing about 2,600 acres.
The Flint Hill Place, containing about 1,800
Renters will bo required to givo notes, with two
good Bureties to each, or liens on the crops, aa
they may prc foi.
Vie will also Bell, to thc highest bidders, for
cash, on TUESDAY, tho 2d day of February next,
and thc days following, commencing each day at
ll A. M., at the several places above named, in tho
order above given, commencing at the Homo
Place, all the PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging
to tho said estate, consisting of:
35 head of MULES and HORSES, \
100 head of Cattle, moro or less,
A lot of Corn, Fodder and Cotton Seed,
Waggons, Cotton Gins, Plantation Utensils,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac.
C. DURHAM FORD,
JAS. M. RUTLAND,
Jan 13 Executors.
Commodore Tatnall has returned to Sa?
vannah, with the intention of taking np his
residence in Georgia.
The American Consul at St. Thomas, un?
der date of 9th instant, reports the island
A few years ago, New York received forty
times as much cotton ns Baltimore. Last
year, it has received only nine times as
A man of sixty, who was sentenced in a .
French Court to twenty years hard labor,
thanked the Judge with great fervor. He
had not expected, ho said, to live so long.
Tho hopping around of a Grecian bend
iu a ball-room reminds one so forcibly of a
kangaroo trying to escape tho attacks of
Tho revolution in Hayti has of lato taken
a turn decidedly unfavorably to President
Salnave. A despatch announces another
victory of tho Cacos, and that the revolu?
tionists are gaining ground everywhere.
"LET US HAVE PEACE."-In conversation
with a Congressman elect from Mississsippi,
Gen. Grant is reported to have said ho
wanted political nfl'uirs in tho South settled
ns soon os possiple, or before the com?
mencement of his administration.
Marchaud's Hotel, at River du Loup, Cu
nuda, was destro3*ed by firo on tho 22d inst.
Three of Mr. Marchand's children aud Mr.
Wallace, a civil engineer, were burned to
death. A number of others were moro or
An Englishman, having lost five wives by
deuth, married a sixth, and now thinks of
Riving up the business, since a former hus?
band has turned up, after years of absence,
and claimed this one.
Loudon was, on the 7th, entirely in pos?
session of tho fog, tho darkest known this
winter. Such a state is a complete calamity
for tho metropolis, preventing business and
encouraging accidents and offences of all
kinds while it lasts. The navigation of tho
Thames was altogether stopped.
A mouse nest lined with fourteen dollars
of greenbacks and fractionals was found at
a store in Green Bay, Wisconsiu, where?
upon a local paper observes: "This is
another strong argument for the resumption
of specie payments, as even the lower ani?
mals are growing wasteful and extravagant
uner an inflation of paper currency."
Kato O'Hara, an operative in a cotton
factory at Weltham, Mass., recently had
her head caught in the belting in such a
manner that her throat was cut nearly from
ear to ear, laying bare the roots of the
tongue, but breakiug no bones.* Sho was
taken to the hospital, and is expected to re?
The. Griffin iStur says: "Farmers aro com?
plaining of the scarcity of hands, owing to
the fact that a largo number of negroes
havo gono off to work on railroads in course
of construction, and the balance of them
havo their pockets full of rnonoy from their
last year's labor, and aro as independent as
a "tick in a tar bucket."
The Rochester (New York) Union says:
"Newspaper men and reporters receive in?
vitations to all tho openings, from a saloon
to a first-class hotel, from a school to a uni?
versity. We aro indebted to a kind friend
in the city government for an invitation lo
be present at an opening of thc new small?
A boy was sent by his mother to saw Homo
stove-wood out of railroad-ties. Going out
doors shortly after, she found the youth
sitting on a saw-horse, with head down.
Tho mother asked her hopeful son why he
didn't keep at Iiis work. Tho boy replied
thus: "My dear mother I find it hard, vory
hard, to sever old ties."
PERTINENT TO OUR TIMES.-If what the
new Emperor of China recently said to his
officials bo true, our posterity will bo over?
powered with a bad smell. The brother to
tho sun and moon addressed tho officers of
his Government thus: "He who sinceroly
serves his country, leaves tho fragranoe of a
good natno to a hundred ages; he who does
not, leave uamo that stinks for ten thou?
sands of years."
The National Women's Rights Convention
at Washing1 on adjourned sine dit; yesterday,
after adopting resolutions demanding suf?
frage and the privilego for holding office for
negroes and women; the right of tho samo
to chooso thoir own occupations and receive
men's wuges for men's work, and that, in.
recotiHfruction, siiflrago shall bo based on
loyalty / ad intelligence. A committee waa
appointed to prepare an address to Con?
gress and tho people. Several of the lady
delegates have already determined on scuts