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LONDON, February 1.-The Greek Cabi?
net voted 4 to 3 in favor of signing the con?
There was a heavy gala and rain through?
out Great Britain yesterday, nnd much lund
was flooded. Many marine disasters re?
ported, but no loss of life.
Despatches from tho Eust report a bloody
battle between tho Turks and Montenegrins,
MADRID, February 2.-The Government
resists the clamor for i m mediate action re?
garding religion, and persists in referring
tue.whole matter,to the Cortes; and forbids
largo-meetings or political discussions on
the stroets. The Cortea'will appoint a di?
rectory until a Sovereign is chosen.
, CHARLESTON, February 2.-Arrived
steamors Manhattan and Promettions, New
York; schooner N. W. Smith, Now York;
schooners Shiloh and Eldorado, Baltimore;
brig E. N. Johnson, Woods' Hole; schooner
ATLANTA, February 2.-A Financo Com?
mittee, of two Democrats and one Republi?
can, appointed to investigate the charges of
the State Treasurer against Governor Bul?
lock, for unlawfnl use of State funds, issue
the following card to tho public: "We hope
that you will not form your opinions hastily.
After a thorough investigation, wo do not
donbt, from the evidenco already before ns,
that tho Governor baa acted with the strict?
est integrity. The only question is as to his
discretion, which is being fully investi?
DANBURY, CONN., February 2.-Tho dams
at the water works broke loose this morning,
causing a terrible flood. Fivo bodies have
been found and a number are missing.
Several bridges and houses woro swept
SAN FRANCISCO, February 2.-Serious In?
dian troubles have occurred in Sitka.
The college buildings at Adrian, Michi?
gan, were destroyed by fire this morning.
Twitch ell, convicted of the. murder of
Mrs. Hill, in Philadelphia, was refused a
new trial, yesterday, and sentence of death
Mr. Manton Marble has bought out all
the other owners of the World newspaper,
and is now its solo proprietor. Tho price
Eaid for one-quarter of the stock is said to
ave been $100,000, exclusive of any real
A riot occurred in the neighborhood ol
Canton street and Park avenue, Brooklyn,
Saturday, in which two negro men wert
chaised and worried by a party of about
109 white mon and women, for no conceiva?
ble offence so far ns shown at present. Out
white man was stabbed, and about $100
worth of crockery was destroyed in batter
lng the negroes. The two negroes and sev
eral of tho white ringleaders were arrested
Ono of the negroes confesses to having in
dieted tho stab wound upon the white man
Hopkins, which may prove fatal.
Afluir? In Washington.
WASHINGTON, February 1.-Seward au
thorizes Minister Morris, at Constantinople
to offer the mediation of the United State:
between Turkey and Greece.
In the Honse, a resolution was offered
directing the Secretary of the Navy to with
hold bonds from beneficiary railroads, suffi
cient to secure the oonstruotion of first-clas
roads. The Seoretary of War was interro
gated as to whether any District Commande
has turned over to civil authority for tria
or punishment, any person tried and con
vioted by military tribunals. Pensions wer
considered, with an amendment that ni
widow by her marriage shall forfeit a pen
sion. A bill was reported, establishing
bridge between New York and Brooklyn
upon which a long discussion ensued; final
ly, with an amendment that the bridg
should not obstruct navigation, the bil
passed. A message was received from th
President, covering the correspondence rf
garding Fenians imprisoned by England
Robinson said he would kick any man int
the middle of next week, who talked abou
a treaty with England until the imprisone
Americans were liberated. The correspot
dence was roferred to the Committee o
In the Senate, an amendment to the bi
dedaring offices vacant held by disqualifie
persons, passed, and it now goes to the Pr<
aident. Tho bill provides for the remova
within thirty days after its passage, of of!
cers ineligible nnder the 11th amendmen
in Virginia, Mississippi and Texas. TL
Senate Judiciary Committee was discharge
from the further consideration of the ioma
suffrage petitions. Wilson introduced
constitutional amendment, assuring suffraf
and offices to all except rebels. The appr
priation bill was considered at great lengtl
A bill was introduced, advancing tho pay
army officers under Major-Geueral, for tv.
years from July, 1808, one-third. Tho a
gument before tho Committee on Post
Telegraph has been concluded aud a repa
is expected early.
In tho Supreme Court, Evarts is arguii
adversely to rcclaimation of certain exec
sive import and revenue executions.
C. C. Lugh is before tho Senate Comm
tee on Foreign Relations to arguo agair
tho proposed action of Congress forbiddi
foroign cable companies touching tho Ami
can shoro without previous consent of Cc
The Chronicle, of this morning, has a po
erful editorial, urging Congress to reste
Col. Blanton Duncan's property. Tho I
was tabled in tho House, under, it is stat?
?i misapprehension of facts; upon a Call
the yeas and nays, there was a tie; th
, some members changod front, howov
? and defeated tho bill; it is now revived
& tho Senate, and will probably pass b(
T Houses without difficulty. Importance
attached to this case, as it is indicative
the temper of Congress in the matter of
storing confiscated property.
FINANCIAL AND OO?ttUCRClAX..
COLUMBIA, February 2.-Cotton bad an
upward tendency, yesterday, ond excellent
prices wore obtained. Notwithstanding the
ugly weather, fully 150 bales were disposed
of-middlings bringiug 27%c.
NEV/ YORK, February 2-Noon.-Stocks
strong and unsettled. Money active, at 7.
Exchange O.^'. Gold 35.'?. Flour dull
and 5?10c. lower. Wheat und corn dull
and n sitado lower. Pork firmer-new mess
32.50, and steady. Lard steady-barrels
23 J! 4. Cotton stroug-middlings 20J,t
7 P. M.-Money 7; exceptions G. Gold
35;\'. Sterling9Jj(<'9;V Southern securities
steady. Cotton active and firm; sales 7,000
bales* ut 29'., 29.'.j. Flour dull and decliuing,
except for low grades-superflue 5.G5(a>G.20;
common to fair extra Southern G.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn heavy aud easier -yellow Southern 95
(o>95'.i. Pork firmer, at32@35. Lard firmer,
at 21^21,^. Whiskey lower, ut 98. Freights
BAIITIMORK, February 2-Cotton firm, ut
29. Flour weak. Pork active. Bacon
CINCINNATI, February 2.-Flour dull
family email@example.com. Corn quiet. Whiskey
dull, at 95. Pork in speculative demand,
and large sales at 32. Lard lg.'^tt)3* -
steam 20'.,. Bacon firm-shoulders 14,'iJ;
clear sides 18.
CHARLESTON, February 2.-Cotton quiet
nnd unchanged; sales 300 bales-middliugs
28; receipts 1.07L
AUGUSTA, February 2.-Cotton market
quiet but firm; sales 175 bales; receipts 3G0
SAVANNAH, February 2. -Cotton opened
quiet, but closed somewhat excited; sales
1,500 bales-middliugs 28j4X,7l28l?; receipts
MOBILE, February 2.-Cotton sales 350
bales; market quiet and lower-middlings
27; receipts 1,123.
NEW ORLEANS, Februury 2.-Flour dull
superfine G.37'.?; double 7.00; treble 7.25.
Com steady, at 7G(7fN.78. Tork dull, at 32.50.
Bacon dull and lower-shoulders 15; clear
rib 18.'4-, clear 19. Sugar-common IOV4
@10}?; prime 12?4@13; yellow clarified
li)??@ 10. Molasses inactive-common GO
@G4; prime G7(o>G8; choice G9(t?i70. Whis?
key steady, at 1.00(^1.05. Coffeo stiff
fair 14%@15;? ; prime 16K?r7?&\ Cotton
#C higher-middliugs28(5)28.'^; sales 1,900
bales; receipts 3,731. Decrease in receipts,
compared with corresponding time last year,
G.151; same decreusc lint week, 5.GG7.
LIVERPOOL, February 1-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed active-uplands on spot 11%?
11%; afloat ll^; Orleans ll "O' 1*2.
LIVERPOOL, February 2-3 P. M.-Cotton
firmer-uplands ll 3((<i ll 7" ; Orleans ll7"i"
12. Fabrics nt Manchester firmer, anil
LONDON, Februnrv 2-3 1*. M.-Consols
93'.,. Bonds 75V'
LIVERPOOL, February 2-Evening.-Cot?
ton firm-uplands 11J"; afloat 12,'a ; Orleans
12; sales 15,000 boles.
Office ot Udolpho Wolfe,
Kol.K IMFOBT. OF THK SCUIEDAII ABOHATIC SCHNAPPS
22 BB.WEB STUF.KT, NEW YOKK, NOV. 3. 'fis.
To the People of the Southern States.
When tho pure medicinal restorative, now so
widely known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into the world, under the endorse?
ment of -1,000 leading mombers of tho medical pro?
fession, some twenty years ago, its proprietor was
well aware that it could not wholly escape the
penalty attached to new and useful preparations.
He, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest possible safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to pirate it difficult
and dangerous. It was submitted to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, and pronounced by them
the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity
and properties having been thus ascertained,
samples of the article wore forwarded to 10,000
pkyscians, including all the leading practitioners
in the United States, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of the preparation
and a report of the result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of the most eminent medical men
in the 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 relianco could be placed on
tho ordinary liquors of cemmorco; all of whioh
were more or less adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for medical purposes. Tho peculiar excel?
lence and strength of tho oil of juniper, which
formed ono ot the principal ingredients of tho
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of the alcoholic element, give it, in the estimation
of the faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic, tonic and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank were published in a
condensed form, and enclosed with each bottle
ot tho Schnapps, as ouo of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent was obtained for tho
article, Mio label waa copyrighted, a, fae eimile ot
tho proprietor's autograph signature was attached
to each label and cover, bia name and that of tho
preparation were embossed on tho bottles, and thc
corks were sealed with his private seal. No articlo
had over boon sold in this country under t ho namo
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1851; and thc
label wns deposited, i<s his trado mark, in the
Unitod States District Court for thc Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that yoar.
It might bo suppos?e, ny persons nnacqnainted
with the daring character of tho pirates who prey
upon the reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
the protections so carofully thrown around theso
Schnapps would havo precluded the introductions
and sale of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to havo stimulated thc rapacity of impostors.
The trade mark of tho proprietor has boen stolen:
tho endorsement which his Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alono receivod from tho medical pro?
fession has beenclaimod by mendacious humbugs;
his labels an bottles have been imitated, his ad?
vertisements paraphrased, his circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailors, after
disposing of tho genuine contents of his bottles,
havo tilled them up with common gin, tho most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made his namo
anil brand a cover for poison.
Tho public, ihe modical profession and thc auk,
for whom tho Kchiodain Aromatic Schnapps is
proscribed as a remedy, aro equally interested with
tho propriotor in tho dotcction and suppression ol
theso nefarious practices. The genuino article,
manufactured at tho establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
harley of tho finest quality, and flavored with an
oasontial extract of tho berry of the Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. By a process un?
known in tho preparation of any other liquor, lt U
f rood from o vor y ncr i m on i on s and corrosivo eic- I
Complainte havo been reooived from the leading
physicians and families in tho Southern States, |
nf tho sal? of cheap imitations of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps ni those markets; and travel?
ers, who are ia the habit of nsing it as an antidote
to tho baneful influence of uuwholesomo river
wator, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiodam
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon tho unwary.
The agents of tho undersigned havo been requested
to instituto inquiries on tho subject, and to for?
ward to him tho names of such parties as they
may ascertain to bo engaged in tho atrocious
Bystera of deception. In conclusion, tho under?
signed would suv that he has produced, from under
tho hands of tho most distinguished men of
science in America, proof? unanswerable of tho
purity and medicinal excellence oT the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that ho has expended many
thousand dollars in surrounding it with gnaranti es
and safeguards, which he designed should protect
tho public and himself against fraudulent imita?
tions; that ho has shown il tu tm thc os-ly honor in
ibo world that can bo uniformly depended upon
a? unadulterated; that ho has challenged Investi
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms: and from every ordeal tho prepa?
ration which hears his name, seal and trade mark,
has como off triumphant. He, thereloro, feels it a
duty ho owes to his fellow-citizens generally, to
tho medical profession and thc fick, to denounce
and expose tho Charlatans who counterfeit those
evidences of identity, and Ito calls upon the press
and tho public to aid him in his efforts to remedy
so great an ovil.
Tho following totters and certificates, from tho
leading physicians and chemists of this city, will
prove to the reader that nil goods sohl by tho
undersigned aro all they are represented to bc.
I tool 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 tho purest possible article of Holland Oin,
heretofore: unobtainable; and. as such, may be
safely prescribed bv ph\siciaus.
* DAVID lt. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 PINK STREET, NEW Tonie, Nov. 21, 18(57.
Udolpho Wofe, Esq., Present.
DEAR SIR: 1 have made a chemical examination
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with
tho intent of determining if any foreign or injurious
substance had been added to the simple distilled
DEAR SIR: Hie want of pure Wines and Liquors,
for medicinal purposes, has been long felt by tho
profession, and thousands of lives have been sac?
rificed by the uso of adulterated articles. Delirium
tremens, and other diseases of thc brain and
nerves, so rife in this country, aro very raro in
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to tho difference
in thc purity ol' tho spirits sold.
We havo tested the several articles imported
and sold by you, including your Giu, which you
soll ander tho name of Aromatic Schiedam
Schnapps, which wo consider justly entitled to the
high reputation it has acquired in this country;
and, from your long experionco as a foreign im?
porter, your Bottled Wines and Liquors should
meet with the same demand.
Wo would recommond you to appoint somo ol
the respectable apothecaries in dill'crent parts ol
the city as agents for thc salo of vour Brandice
and Winos, where tho profession can obtain thc
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your now enterprise, wc
remain Vour obodiont servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surgery,
University Medical College, New York.
J. M. CAHNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Cl?nica
Surgery, Surgeon-in-Chiof to tho State Hospital
ole.. No. 14 East lGlh street.
The examination has resulted ill tho conclusior
that the sample contained no poisonous or harm?
ful admixture. I havo been unablo to discovei
any traco of thc deletorious substances which ar?
employed in thc adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesitate to uso myself, or to recommend tc
others, for medicinal purposes, the Schiedarr
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjectionable
varioty of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHAULES A. S?ELY, Chemist.
NEW YORK, 53 CEDAS STREET, NOV. 20, 18fi7.
Udolpho Wolfe. Esq., Present.
DEAR Sm: I have submitted to chemical analyst,
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I tool
from a fresh package in your bonded warehouse
and lind, as boforo, that tho spirituous liquoi
is free from injurious ingredients or falsification
that it has tho marks of hoing aged and not re
contly prepared by mechanical admixture o
alcohol anti aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. P. MAYER, Chomist.
NEW YORK, Tuesday, May 1. Udolpho Wolfe, Esq
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D'., No. 795 Broadway.
H. P. DEWEES, M. D., No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WOR8TER, M- D., No. 120 Ninth streot
NELSON STEELE. M. D., No. 37 Bloeckor street
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth street
B. I. RAFHAEL, M. D., Professor of the Princi
pies and Praotico of Surgery, New York Medica
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
Tho proprietor also offers for sale
Bottled Wines and Ittqnora,
Importod and bottled by himself, expressly fo
medicinal usc. Each bottle has his certificate o
Nov 12 3mo UDOLPnO WOLFE.
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
HANKERS AND BROKERS.
?fain Street, Winestock's Building,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Interest Allowed on Eeposits.
Advances Made on Cotton.
BEWARE OF DECEIT,
itf*^ /-^ AND call at thc Columbia leo Hons
s^?\\m.y'if von wan! good and fresh N<>RFOL
^XSBr OYSTERS, at 50 cents per quart. I a:
receiving daily, direct from Norfolk, by Express.
Dec 17 JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Call at Kraft's Bakery, opposite Phonix
AS I havo jnst returned from tho North with
select assortment of TOYS, Candies, Fruit
Jollies. Preserves, Ac, of all kinds.
ICED CAKES mano to order.
Also, a lareo lot of PIPES-fine and common.
Dec!! _ P. W. KRAFT.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
TWO fine BILLIARD TABLE
^tWin complete order. Marble at
ffiarffWifj^, ll. Bedding, with Balls, Cm
T_? \jm\\9 and Counters included. Sharp
Griffith's make. Will bo sold low. Call at
Doc 13 Q. DIBRCK'S.
M TT T U A L
Ufe Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
QASH ASSETS OTES THIRTY MILLIONS OF
Cash income, lb?7, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to Policy Holden, 1807, (2,236,871.97.
New Policies issue d in 1807, 19.40?.
The Company is PU H ELY MUTUAL. No divi?
dends to stockholders. Thc entire profita aro
returned to tho assured, thu? causing Policies to
become SELF-SUSTAINING in thirtt cn years, <>r
to double in twenty.
lutorest received from investiuents, lb(>7, over
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE, over
losses, about ?400.000.
Real Estate, Ronds, and Mortgages ou Real
Estate, in the city of New York, over SEVENTEEN
MILLIONS of dollars.
It is thc richest Company iu the world. Its poli?
cies are non-forfeit able. Its dividends are thc
Applications for Columbia, and the Northern
portion of South Carolina, received by
GREGG, PALMER & 00.,
Jau 2G Gmo General Agents.
R. W. GIBBES, M. D., Medical Examiner.
FIRE ! FIRE!!
2ETNA FIRE INSURANCE
Iiirurpnrnliil 1S10. - - - C* lui rt er Perpetual
Cash Capital. .$:i.000,000
Cash Assets. 5,000,000
Tho STRONGEST Fire Insurance Company in
tho United States.
North American Insurance Company,
Capital and Assets.$500,000.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
Office at Kinard's, Main street, Columbia, S. C.
.Ian :t 8mo
I. S U L Z BA CH ER ,
Watches, JEWELRY, Spectacles, Etc.,
KBXT DOOK TO I>HU-:MX orncE,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE undersigned has on hand,
^aud ia constantly receiving, a(
?complete assortment of GOODSjj
in tho above line, and will dispose of them at ^
fair prices. As he is a practical jeweler, his arti?
cles can be depended upon. His stock of SPEC?
TACLES is unsurpassed, and euitod to any age
eye. Give him a call and inspect his stock.
Jan 15 Sign of the Green Spectacles.
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MORRF.LL'H FIRE ENGINE,
DEEr WELL, and
Hond for a circular.
POOLE A HUNT,
i lui l;16mo Baltimore, Maryland.
Glotte Mutual Life Insurance Co., of IV. Y.
CASH ASSETS JANUARY 1, 1869, $1,171,000.
Ha? been in operation but four years, during
which tim ) it has assured a larger amount than
any Comp iuy in tho United Staten, dorine a oor
rcsppndin, pt iod of existonco. Ono of tno chief
causes of ito organization, was tho forfeiture by
several Northern Companies of the policies of
Southerners, during thc war. The leaning officers
of this Company protested against this injustifi?,
and ?ni its com-mutilation, withdrow and orga?
nized the "OL013E MUTUAL," on principles moro
liberal and i Hst than those yet adopted hy any
other Insurance Company. In tho cvont of death
in hattie or in a duel, the equitable valae of tho
policy will bo returned to tho hoirs. ALL other
Companies f< rfeit li. In case of suicido, tho
FULL Policy IM paid. No restriction on travol.
This Company bas, in its guarantee fund of
(500,000, au ?l?ment of strength pucsosscd by no
other Company. It offers the entirely new feature
of Probability Endowment, which gives tho
largest possible sum for tho prcminm paid. No
other Company posse-sea this feature. Insures
children of any ago. in thc majoration of its
premium rate -, in the variety of its tables, in itu'
dividends and in thu security offered insurers, it
invite? comparison with uiiy othei Company.
JOHN C. HASKELL. State Ag:t. Columbia, H.. C.
Prof. JOHN T. DAHUY, Medical Examiner.
Cen. S. D. UuCKSr.B. Southern Manager.
Agents wanted throughout the l?tate.
Jan 30 Suio*
ll AVINO just re?
ceived a welfselected
lot of choice imported
I will take pleasure in
showing thom to tho
lovers of pura goods.
No diaconat on thom.
Neat ly ont up in boxes
and in great variety. TOYS in endless profusion.
JKLLIES, FRESH PIGS.
New Raisins, Dates, Florida Oranges and Lemons,
Bananas, Northern Apples, Nuts, of all kinds, Ac.
Manufactured daily, of puro Bugar, wholesalo and
and Partios furnished at short
Greenfield's Row, Main street.
NOW OFFERED IN
PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS,
BLACK AND COLORED
AND ALL KINDS OE
FANCY WORSTED GOODS, at
. Jan 10 C. F. JACKSON'S.
Of Staple and Fancy
. i di . .: mt)*) ?oti't i i
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
Ml. DWELLING and LOT, corner of^^
Upper and Bull streets. 3sV
2. Dwelling and Lot on Lumber streot. 7X7,
3. Fine Building Lot on Arsenal Hill.
4. Lot comor of Lady and Main streets.
5. Lot 52feet on Main street.
G. Houeo and Lot near Charlotte Depot.
7. Lot corner ot Taylor and Assembly.streets.
8. Three Lots itt Waverly.
9. Tho Barhamvillc Property and Lands adja?
10. 14 aeres on Upper street, adjoining tho Fair
11. 2 Fino Dwellings Oil Arsenal Hill.
12. 1,400 acres of Pine, Land, near Camden, well
wooded; containing two good mill sites and ono
mill completed, the survey of tho Chatham Rail?
road passing through it.
10, (?40 acres Pine Land, in Kershaw.
14. 210 acres of Land, in York, rich in gold.
15. 1,067 acres productive Land, in Abbeville.
16. 5,000 sores productivo Land, in Laurens.
17! 1,000 acres jiroductive Land, in Marlboro.
18. 070 acres of productive Land, in Fairfiold.
19. 1,000 acres Phosphate Lands, near Charles?
ton, on Stono River.
20. A fine Saw Mill Property, near Lexington.
21. 1,800 acres, in Richland, River Swamp Lands,
with a good Mill.
22. 11,000 acres of Heavily Timbered Land, in
St. Stephen's Parieh.
23. GOO acres of Cypress Land, near Gadsden,
convenient to North-Eastcrn Railroad.
3 Fine COTTON PLANTATIONS to rent, low.
Wo have Lands near Columbia which can bo ?li
vided into small tracts to snit purchasers.
GIBBES A THOMAS,
Jan 8 Real Estate Agents.
New Buckwheat Flour.
5BARRELS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, ft barral?
Golden Syrup. For ??le byE. A 0. D. HOPE.