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MADMD, February 5.-Espartero declines
a m>*t in the Cortes.
IIONDON, February 5.-A. largo mooting
waa held last night in favor of amnestying
all Fenian prisoners.
HAVANA, February 5.-San Domingo ad?
vices state that the town of Seybo has pro?
nounced against Baez. The evening papers
report the vomito still prevalent at Caracas.
Count Do La Villo, tho Italian Minister,
died of it.
AfTa 1rs in Wu MII tiij; i on.
WASHINGTON, February 5.-In the House,
Boutwell, from the Judicial Committee, re?
ported ft bill to secure prise money to Far?
ragut's force, for tho capture of New Or?
leans. It allows any United States District
Court to take cognizance of suits for the
recovery of such prize money. The Recon?
struction Committee refuse to hear further
verbal testimony ot speeches regarding Mis?
. lu tho Senate, the Publie Lands Com?
mittee reported adversely to tho sales of
public lands to aid in the construction of
the West Virginia Central Railroad. An
ineffectual effort was made to pay the South?
ern Senators their whole fee for the fortieth
Congress. The suffrage amendment was
resumed, when a long debate ensued. The
Senate took recess tul 7 o'clock, when the
discussion will be resumed.
A treaty between the United States and
North Germany, for tho better protecection
of emigrants, as regards comfort, health
and morals, is pending.
In the Supreme Court, Underwood ac?
knowledged the service of the writ of pro?
hibition. The case will come up on its
merits next Friday. Tho case involves the
right of Judge Underwood, of Virginia, to
nullify Virginia judicial decisions, because
the officers of tho Court wero ineligible
under the fourteenth amendment.
NEW OiUiEANS, February 5.-Galveston
nows via Austin, bearing dato of the 4th,
says the Convention engrossed an ordinance
to subject the constitution to tho people.
The ordinance provides for tho election of
Congressmen and State oflicers on the first
Monday in July. Tho motion to ndjonrn
sine die, for the purpose of defeating the
adoption of the ordinance, was voted down.
MOBILE, February 5.-Spring Hill Col?
lege, situated six miles from this city, was
entirely destroyed by fire last night. The
students barely escaped with their lives
losing clothing and valuables. Tho library,
furniture and museum were all lost. No
ono iujured. Loss over 8100,000. Insured
ATLANTA, February 5.-lu tho Georgia
Legislature, to-day, tho Honso refused to
reconsider the resolution offering negro eli?
gibility to the Supreme Court-yeas 50;
CHARLESTON, February 5.-Arrived-sehr.
Vrais, New York. Sailed-steamers Staira,
Liverpool; Charleston, New York; Sara?
gossa, New York; Prometheus, Philadel?
phia; Sea Gull, Baltimore; schooners E. H.
Curber, Philadelphia; Constitution, Jack?
FINANCIAL, AND COMMEUCIAl..
NEW YORK, February 5-Noon.-Stocks
feverish and unsettled. Mouoy 7. Ex?
change 9|a- Gold 35^B. Flour and wheat
quiet and unchanged. Pork firmer-new
mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Steam lard quiet
barrels 27??@27%. Cotton firm, at 30}4.
7 P. M.-Cotton less activo and a shade
easier with sales of 3,GOO bales, at 30 hi.
Flour unchanged. Wheat steady. Corn
firm-new 88@90; old 1.02. Pork firmer,
at 32.75. Lard heavy nnd lower-kettle
20%@2GJB'. Freights drooping-cotton
steam 7-1G. Money easy, at G@7. South?
ern securities steady and unchanged.
BALTIMORE, February 5.-Cotton firm, at
80. Flour dull and nominal. Wheat flat
prime to choice red 2.25@2 50. Corn firm
nnd receipts small, nt 88(??90; yellow 8001}
89. Oats firm, at 75. Rye dull, at 50.
Pork 33.00. Shoulders 16%.
CINCINNATI, February 5.-Flour qniet.
Grain unchanged. Whiskey dull, at 95.
Pork strong and higher, at 33.00. Lard
quiet and firm, at 20%. Bacon firm-shoul?
ders 14%; clear sides 18; sugar-cured hains
MoniLE, February 5.-Sales of cotton to?
day 800 bales-middlings27%@28; receipts
SAVANNAH, February 5.-Cotton firm but
quiet-middlings 28% ; sales 725 bales; re?
AUGUSTA, February 5.-Cotton market
dull aud easier, with sales of 337 bales-re?
ceipts 430; middlings 28.
CHARLESTON, February 5.-Cotton opened
aotive but closed quiet, with sales of 1,000
bales-middlings 28>?; receipts G92.
HAVRE, February 5.-Cotton opens quiet
and steady-spot 140; afloat 141.
LONDON, February 5-3 P. M.-Consols
93)6. Bouda 7G|r;.
LIVERPOOL, February 5-3 P. M.-Cotton
firmer-uplands 12W ; Orleans 12 !-.<; sales of
tho week 140,000 bales; exports 15,000;
speculation 63,000; stock 25,000; American
LIVERPOOL, February 5-Evening.-Cot?
ton easier but not lower-uplauds 121,;
Orleans 12>.i; sales 15,000 bales.
No USE IN IT. - "Wo see no present uso,"
says tho Daily Times, "and wo can seo no
prospective use, of a regular army of 50,000
men, costing $53,000,000 per anuum."
Neither eau we. Neither can tho people
who aro oppressed by taxation to pay theso
soldiers. Nobody can seo it except tho
military gentlemen who enjoy the "pick?
ings" in question, nnd their privato friends
who sustain them in it.
[New York Sunday Times.
I COLVUBIA UAIIKKT.
Report for Week ending Friday, Ftbrimry 5, 1869.
Pnoiux OFFICE, COLOMBIA, February 6.-The
demand for cotton ha8 boen vory brisk during the
past weok, and priceK ure very firm, at 234o. for
middling. Tho eales of the week were 543 balos,
as follows: 1 at 25; fi at 26; 74 at 27; 4 at 27|; 23 at
274; 12fi at 27?; f.3 at 27$; 172 at 2?; 20 at 284; 54 at
No change in oilier articles of country produce;
all that comes in is readily taken, at full prices.
The following buyiug rales South Carolina Bank
Notes, prepared by Gregg, Palmer A Co., Brokers:
Farmers and Exchanttel
So.Western B. tt..o!d,'35
People's.. . 58
Planter* and Meehan.22
Bank of Camden.40
j Bank of Charleston. .42
Bank of Chester.7
1 Bank of Georgetowu. ll
Bank of Newberry.. .40
Bank South Carolina . 8
State South Caro. old.25
State South Caro, new, 3
Wholt-tmle Price? Currrnt.
Jil'THE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APILES, %?bus.l 25?1 50 |
BAOOXNO, Guimv,25 @28 ,
Dundoo ip vd.... ?30 I
BALE ROPE, Manilla,?20
N.Y. orWcs.$lfc. 10g!l5
BCTTEU, Northern, ?50
Country, $ lb..25?30
Sides, y ft.18@21
BRICKS, $1,000 . ..9?12
COTTON YAUN..2 00?2 20
COTTON, Strict Mid.?281
Low Middl'g, 274? 28
CHEESE, E. 1). Ib..20@26
Java.37 ift 40
Exouu.Coun. 12 00?13 00
Northern.. 8 00?14 00
GRAIN, Corn . .1 10?1 20
Wheat.2 25@3 00
Oats.00? 1 00
HAY, Northern, Jjtewt.
HIDES, Dry,-edb ..12ifal8
INDICIO, Carolina. 1@1 25
j L?MDEU, Bids, 100 f.l 50
Scantling. 1 50
Shingles, $1,000..2 75
LIME, $ bbl.. .2 70?2 80
MEATS, Pork, Vit?... 15J
New Orleans 1 00? 1 25
Sugar House.75?I 25
NAILS. V keg..fi oo?7 00
ONIONS. $) bus. 125@2 00
OIL, Kerosene, VK50?55
POULTRY, Ducks, pr..
Turkeys .3 00
SPECIE, Gobi, i :ii-<?i 85
Silver.1 23@1 25
POTATOES. Irish.75? 1 25
Sweet. X'bush. .ti??75
BICE, Carolina.lb. ,'J?10
SHOT, $bag.. 3 25@3 50
WALT, Liverp'1.2 70@3 Ot)
?<> A I', ?>lh.74?11
SVIRITH, Alcohol,gal.fi 00
Brandv... 4 00? 12 00
Holland Gin.5 00@7 00
American.. .8 58? 1 00
Jain'a ltuni.fi 0?(r?7 00
N. E. "_3 50? 3 75
Bo. Whiskey,3 50@4 50
lleclilied_1 50?2 50
TEA, Green, lt?.l 00?2 0?
Black,.1 00? 1 50
TOBACCO, Chew..50? 1 25
Smoking, $Hb.50@l 00
ViNEOAit, Wine, g.70?75
I*rench.1 25?I 50
W INK, Cb am. g.25@32 00
Port, i'gal. .300?5 00
Slu rry.3 50@600
Madeira_3 50@G U0
CURIOUS DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE.-Dr.
Humboldt, nephew to thc late illustrious
German, in bis practico at Havana, has as?
certained that the poisou of the scorpion
1 tribe is a remedy for yellow fever. He in?
oculated 2,478 men of the military and naval
garrison; G7G afterwards caught the fever, of
whom no moro than sixteen died. A dis?
tinguished Frenchman, M. De Gosperiu,
having heard of the facts cited by one Dr.
Desmatis, communicated to him a fact in
his own experience. Ho had long been af?
flicted with rheumatism, which kept him
almost constantly infirm. One day, in pick?
ing up a handful of weeds in his garden, he
was stung by a wasp on the wrist. Tho arm
swelled, but the rbeumatio pain disap?
peared. Seeing this result, ho caused him?
self to be stung the next day along tho seat
of pain in his leg, and was again delivered
from suffering, and able to walk with ease.
This happened three years ago, and every
subsequent re-appearance of the malady has
been cured by a similar means; and by a
wasp sting on the neck of M. De Gasperin,
an attack of bronchitis was overcome.
A REMARKABLE TRANCE CASE.-A number
of thc Mihvaukco physicians havo been ex?
amining a remarkable caso at Burlington,
Iowa-that of Mina Rousohe. On the 8th
of January sb<; called her father to her bed?
side and told him she was goirjg to sleep,
and that she should sleep a long time. She
said she should look as though she was
dead, but sho should not bo dead; and made
ber father promise that he would not bury
her. Sbo then sank away, and bas laid in
that state since tho S tb of January. On
Monday last a vein was tapped, and the
blood flowed as naturally as it would in a
TUE NEW YORK CENTRAL PARK.-The
annual report of the commissioners of the
New York Central Park for 18G8, to tho
Common Council, states that the total expen?
ditures during tho year, for construction, at
$249,822.13. The preliminary work fora
muzo at the East end of the old reservoir
has been done. Tho play-house ft r boys
oa the play-ground is nearly completed, as
is also the dairy and tho children's shelter.
A small play-house for girls, near the chil?
dren's gate, bas been completed. Tho
number of visitors at tho park during tho
year was over 7,000,000.
The parents of a young lady at Rochester,
New York, were very much astonished by
her siugular conduct tho other day. Sbo
bad been standing with ber back to a very
bot fire, and she leaped up and shrieked
violently tho moment sbo sat down on a
chair. Upon examination, it was found that
tho "Duplex Elliptic" bad steel wires in it.
A man named Shadier murdered bis wife
at her father's house, io Merwin County,
Iowa, on Saturday, and then gashed bis own
throat with a razor. Ho was discovered
lying with his bead upon bis wife's breast,
and his child in bis arms.
The census of Salt Lake City, which bas
boen recently completed, shows a total of
08.OOO Mormons and 8,000 Gentiles, or a
grand total of 4(5,000.
A rejected lover in Ohio, cut tho thront
of his cruel divinity tho other day-and
exclaimed, "now kiok/"
i G ito WT a OF THE CITY.--Tho marvelous I
I growth of New .York city is unmistakably '
indicated bylhe'faota that ?luring tho past
I year 500 new buildings, most of which are
(1 welling houses, have been erected at a cost
varying from $2,000 to 650,000 each; that
seven churches, two school-houses, two
banks, and several extensive manufactories,
have also been erected at a still higher range
of expense; that during tho same time the
city has nearly built one railroad niue miles
long, and has laid thirteen miles of water
mains and many importaut sewers, and that
the aggregate estimated cost of newly pro?
jected buildings, the plans and specifications
of which have been submitted, examined
and approved by Superintendent McGregor,
sinco January 21, ia 8582,000. We pre?
sented on Friday last a brief descriptive
table of these now buildings.
But who shall venture to describe the in?
calculable growth of tho city in wickedness
as well as in wealth, population and power?
New York has grown great in all these latter
respects. It is destined yearly to grow still
greater in those opportunities of obtaining
lucrative employment, of accumulating I
riches, and of securing mental improvement, j
or at least meutnl enjoyment, collision and
sympathy, which tho first rate workman,
the enterprising merchantaud manufacturer,
und ambitious men of letters aud scionce,
gonerally think they can find nowhere else
but in a great metropolis. But it is lament?
ably true that the growth of tho city is
monstrous iu all shapes of crime-in thiev?
ing on a petty and on a grand scale, in
counterfeiting, in forgery, in gambling, in
lottery and gift enterprise swindling, in per?
jury, in gigantic whiskey frauds, in bur?
glary, arson, kidnapping and murder-as
well as in gross and all-coutrolling selfish- ?
ness, in utter recklessness of the public good j
in comparison with the attainment of party j
spoils, in the "fretting leprosy" of political
corruption. Both in evil and in good the
growth of the city hos been astounding.
[Xeic York Herald.
SIKUUXIAR CIRCUMSTANCE.-A Now York
paper tells a curious story of a man named !
Homer E. Sawyer, who came to tbatcity from 1
Bostou on tho 8th of January, 1864, ou tho
way to New Orleans, with 81,050 in bills in
his pocket. This sum ho lost duriug tho
day, which was rainy sud muddy, aud the
loss having been advertised, and no nccouut
had of the money, it was assumed that it
had been trampled in the mud and carried
ofT by the scavengers among the street
sweepings. Mr. Sawyer proceeded to New
Orleans and died two years thereafter, viz,
in 1800. About the beginning of last De?
cember, tho finder of the money, no doubt
conscious-stricken, wroto to a gentleman
with whom thc advertisement stated it
might be left if found, and inquired con?
cerning tho loser. This information the
writer had, as also tho particulars of his
death, the destitution of his widow and
family, and all other particulars calculated
to convince tho finder that, should the
money be returned, it would reach tho
hands of its lawful owners. Soon after the
last mentioned dato, a lady, closely veiled,
called on the agent of the loser's widow, and
paid over, not only tho sum lost in 18G1,
but thc interest on it from the day of its loss
to the day of its restoration, und expenses
of advertising, altogether 82,100. On tho
19th ultimo, this money was giveu to tho
widow and her fatherless children in St.
SOUTHERN INSECURITY.-The assertions of
Southern and Northern radicals, that life
and property at the South aro insecure, are
wholesale fabrications. Wo defy any radi?
cal to show an instauee where an honest,
industrious and well-behaved Northern man,
Democrat or radical, has been molested,
either as regards his life or his property,
while in tho South. Nay, more; it can be
shown where even tho traitor sons of the
South, who have turned their backs upon
their homes and friends, aud have consorted
with tho enemies of tho South, plundering
and injuring their fellow-citizens, walk the
streets of Southern cities with impunity,
and without tho least fear of molestation.
This fact is the best ana strongest refuta?
tion of the vile slander to willoh we huvo
referred. It is also susceptible of proof
that even in Counties where radicalism is
most hated, radical offenders against the law
bavo as equal and impartial justice shown
them in tho County as those who differ with
them. Those Northern capitalists and me?
chanics who wish to visit, locate or invest
in tho South, need have no fears for their
safety or self-respect. They will bo gladly
welcomed and fully protected.
I launer of the South.
Among the prisoners who died in the
Michigan Stato Prison last year wero Crom?
well, johu Wesley and Dick Turpin.
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOI.E IMPOST, OF THE SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAITS
'll BEAVEB STBETBT, NEW YORE, NOV. 8, 'CS.
To lite People of Vie So 'hern States.
AYlien tho puro ?nc.eiiial restorative, row so
widely known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAITS,
was introduced into tho world, under tho endorse?
ment of 1,000 leading members of thc medical pro?
fession, some twenty years a^o, its proprietor was
well aware that it could not wholly escape tho
penalty attached to new and nselul preparations.
Ile, therefore, endeavored to invest it with tho
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
tho purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity
and properties having boon thus ascertained,
samples of tho article wore forwarded to 10,000
ph.vscians, including nil tho leading practitioners
in tho United ?states, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting u trial of thu preparation
and a report of tho result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of the most eminent medical men
in ttio Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho articlu woro unanimously favorable Such a
preparation, thoy said, had long been wanted hy
thu profession, as no reliance coald bc placed on
tho ordinary liquors of commerce; all of which
j wera moro or lesa adulterated, and, therefore,
I unfit for medical purposes. Tho peculiar excel
i ionco and s trennt h of the oil of 'juniper, which
I formed ono of the principal ingredients pf tho
Schnapps, togothor with an unalloyed aharacter
I of the alcoholic element, give it, in the estimation
I of the faculty, a marked superiority over everv
other diffuaive. stimulant asa diuretic, touio and
: Those satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank wore published in a
condensed form, and encloocd with each bottle
ot tho Schnapps, as ono of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Othor precautions against fraud
woro also adopted; a patent was obtained for tho
article, the label was copyrighted, a/ric simile of
the proprietor's autograph signature was attached
to each label and cover, his name and that of the
preparation were embossed on the bottles, and the
corks were sealed with his private seal. No article
had over boen sold in this country under the name
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1851; and thc
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 be supposed, ny persons unacnuainted
with the daring character of the pirates who prey
upon tho reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash uuder their name, that
tho protections so carefully thrown around thoso
Schnapps would havo precluded tho introductions
and sale of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to havo stimulated tho rapacity of impostors.
Tho trade mark of tho proprietor has boen stolen:
tho endorsement which bis Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alono received from the medical pro?
fession bas heirn claimed by mendacious humbugs;
bis labels an bottles have been imitated, bis ad?
vertisements paraphrased, his circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailers, after
disposing of the genuino contents of his bottles,
have tilled them np with common gin, tho moat
deleterious of all liquors, and thus mado his name
and brand a cover for poison.
The public, the medical profession and tho sick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed as a remedy, are equally interested with
the proprietor in tho detection and suppression ot
these nefarious practices. Tho genuine article,
manufactured at the establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of tho finest quality, and flavored with au
essential extract of the berry of tho Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. Dy a process un?
known in the preparation of any other liquor, it ii
freed from every acrimonious and corrosive ele?
Complaints have been received from the leading
physicians and families in the Southern States,
of the salo of cheap imitations of thc Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in thoso markets; and travel?
ers, who are in the habit of using it as an antidote
to the baneful influence of unwholesome rivet
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon tho unwary,
The agents of thc undersigned have been requested
to institute inquiries on tho subject, and to for?
ward to him tho names of such parties as the]
may ascertain to be engaged in tho atrocious
system of deception. In conclusion, thc under
signed would s?y that ho has produced, from undei
the hands of thc most distinguished men o
science in America, proofs unanswerable of th?
purity and medicinal excellence of tho Schicdan
Aromatic Schnapps; that bo has expended man;
thousand dollars in surrounding it with guarantee:
and safeguards, which he designed should protec
the public and himself against fraudulent imita
tions; that he has shown it to be the only liquor ii
the world that can be uniformly depended upoi
as unadtllturatod; that he has challenged investi
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment ii
all its forms; and from every ordeal tho prepa
ration which hears his name, seal and trade marl;
has come off triumphant. Ho, theroforo, feels it
duty he owes to his follow-citi/.cns generally, t
the medical profession and tho sick, to denounc
and expose the Charlatans who counterfeit thea
evidences of identity, and ho callB upon tho pro
ami the public to aid him in his efforts to urned
so great an evil.
The following letters and certificates, from til
leading physician:, and chemists of this city, wi
prove to the reader that all goods sold by til
undersigned arc all thev aro represented to be.
I feel bound to suv, that I regard your Sehnapj
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pori
and deserving of medical patronage. At all event
it is tho purest possible article of Holland Gil
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may I
safely prescribed bv plnsicians.
DAVID L. MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 PINK STREET, NEW YOUR, NOV. 21, 18G7.
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DEAR SUI: I have made a chemical examin?t?
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, wu
tho intent of determining if any foreign or inj ario!
substance had been added to the simple distiili
DEAU Sm: The want of pure Wines and Liquor
for medicinal purposes, has beeu long felt by tl
profession, and thousands of lives have been sa
rificcd by the use of adulterated articles. Deliriu
tremens, and other diseases of the brain ai
nerves, so rife in this country, are very rare
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to the difieren
in the purity of the spirits sold.
Wo have tested tho several articles import
and sold by you, including your Gin, which y
sell uuder the name of Aromatio Sehieda
Schnapps, which we consider justly entitled to t
high reputation it has acquired in this couuti
and, from your long experience as a foreign ii
porter, yoiir Bottled Wines and Liquors shot:
meet with the same demand.
We would recommend you to appoint somo
tho respectable apothecaries in different parta
tho city aa agents for tho salo of your Brandi
and Wines, where tho profession can obtain t
same when needed f>>r medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your now enterprise,
rcmaiu your obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor oi'Surgc
University Medical Colloge, New York.
J. M. C ARNOCH AN, M. D., Professor of Clim
Surgery, Surgeon-in-Chief to thc Stato Ilospit
etc., No. ll East IGth street.
Tho examination lias resulted in tho conclusi
that the sample contained no poisonous or har
ful admixture. I havo been unablo to disco'
any trace of thc deleterious substances which I
employed in the adulteration of liquors. I woi
not hesitate to uso myself, or to recommend
others, for medicinal "purposes, tho Schied
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjoctioua
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHARLES A. ?EELY, Chemist
NEW YORK, r?3 CBDAII STREET, NOV. 26, 1861
Udolpho Wo fe. En/., Present.
DEAU Sin: 1 have submitted to chemical anal)
two bottles ot Schiedam Schnapps, which I ti
from a fresh package in your bonded warolim:
and lind, as bet?re, that thc spirituous liq
is free from injurious ingredients or falsitlcati
that it has thu marks of being aged and not
cent ly prepared by mechanical admixture
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. P. MAYER, Chem is
NEW YORK,Tuesday, .May I. Udolpho Wolfe, 1
LEWIS A. SAYBE, M. 1)"., No. 70.r> Broadway.
H. P. DE WEES, 51. D., No. 79! L-oadway.
JOSEPH W0R8TEB, M. D., No. 120 Ninth stn
NELSON STEELE. M. D., No. 37 Blcecker str
JOHN O'REILLY. M. D., No. 230 Fourth stn
D. I. RAPHAEL, M. !>., Professor of the Prii
pies and Practico of Surgery, New York Med
College, otc, No. 01 Ninth street, and others.
Tho proprietor also offers for salo
Bottled Wines and Liquor?,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly
medicinal mo. Each bottle has bis certit?oat*
Nov L2 Smo UDOLPHO WOLF]
ATM o tlon Salea.
? . Valuable Real Estate at Auction.-'
BY D. C. PE1X0TT0, & BOH.
BY vi rt no pf ab order of Balo, to me directed, by
tho Hon. Georgo 8. Bryan, Judge of the
Unitod States District Court, for the District of
South Carolina, I will offer for Hale, at publie unc?
tion, on MONDAY, the 1st day of MARCH, 1869,
at tbo Court House, tn Ibo city of Columbia, at 10
o'clock, all that vacant lot, picco or parcel of
LAND, situated in the city of Columbia--bounded
North by Laurel street, East by a lot of the catato
of H. C. Bronson; South by a lot of James L.
Clark, and Westby Marion street; and measuring
two hundred and eight (208) feet upon Laurel
street, and ono hundred and fifty (160) feet upon
Marion street. , ..... _ "... r ,\, , ?
All that hit, piece or parcel of LAND, with the
braidings thereon, situated, lyiug and being in
the city of Columbia, containing forty-seven and
a half-hundred (4760-100), of an acre-bounded
on tho North by Henderson street, and being a
continuation of said street, for two hundred and
eight feet eight (8) inches. Southward to where
the North line of Washington street, protracted,
intersects tho said lot, forming the Southern
TERMS OF SAI.I"..-One-third cash; balance OD a
credit of one, two and three years, secured by
bond of tho purchaser, bearing interest at the
rato of seven ncr cont, per annum, from the day
of salo, payable annually, and mortgage of the
premises; the building to be insured and the poli?
cy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. Q. HERBERT GOSS,
Feb ? Assigneo of Evans Jk Cogswell.
Tliree DesiraUc Building Lots at Auction.
BY D. C. PE1X0TT0 & SON.
WE will sell, on the first MONDAY in MARCH, at
10 o'clock, in front of the Court House, in tho
citv of Columbia,
THBEB DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS.
Lot No. 1. All that lot or parcel of LAND; front?
ing and measuring on Gervais street sixty- niuo
feet four inches (09 4 in.) and running back two
hundred and eight feot eight inches, (2088in.,)
bounded on the East by John English, now occu?
pied by Col. A. M. Hunt asa Hotel; Wost by Gate?
street; North by lot formerly Mrs. Baldwin's.
Lot No. 2. Fronting and measuring on Gervais
street sixty-nine feet four inches, and fanning
back two hundred and eight feet eight inches
hounded on tho East by Lot No. l;on tho Westby
Gates street; North by lot formerly Mrs. Baldwin's.
Lot No. 3. Fronting and measuring on Gervais
street sixty-nine feet four inches (09j4in.) and tun?
ning back two hundred and eight foot eight inches
-bounded on the East by Lot No. 2; on tho West
by Gates street: North by lot formerly Mrs.
TEUMS.-One-third cash; tho balance on.on? and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
premises. Purchasers to pay for papers and
stamps. Fob 6J$
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