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CaUl* MaferiMMa* . . .
LONDON, Marah 8.-~Vi?0?un? Gough,
nearly ninety years old, iu dead.
HAVANA, March 3.-A report is'in circu?
lation that all political prisoners are to bo
sont to Fernand o Poe. Francisco Hernandez,
commanding the cavalry, has been arrested
on tho charge of disloyalty. Diario reports
three engagements. Colonel Valero, of the
insurgents, lost sixty troops. Diario re?
ports the troops viet,rons near Sagua le
?ff* I rn In YVusli 1 n u ? <"> -
WASHINGTON, March 3.-The Senate np
priated #1,500 for nn investigation of the
Texas cattle diseaso.
In the Senate, tho Committee ou Foreign
Relations reported in favor of non-concur?
rence in the bill tendering the sympathy of
the people to Spain, and divesting the Pre?
sident of the right, when a republican form
of government is assured in Cuba, to recog?
nize tho same. The army appropriation
was passed, lt goes to the House for con?
In the House, Colfax delivered his vale?
dictory. Pomeroy, of New York, was
elocted Speaker for tho balance of tho ses?
After the vulediotory and salutatory ad?
dresses were heard, certain documents were
ordered, when tho Committee on Accounts
had a conflict with the House over tho pay?
ment of the Louisiana contestants. The
Committee on Accounts moved to recon?
sider the resolution allowing them $2,500,
and to allow them $1,500. The resolution
was tabled by a large majority. Tho appro?
priation bill was considered to recess.
The militia bill waa passed by the Senate
last night.. It provides that so much of the
Act entitled "An Act amending appro?
priations for the support of the urmy, for
the year ending June 30, 1868, and for
other purposes," approved March 2, 1867,
as prohibits the organization and arming or
calling into service of tho militia forces in
the States lately in rebellion, be repealed.
A committee, headed by A. T. Stewart,
of New York, visited Grant and Sherman
to-day. They handed Grant a check for
$65,000, and handed Sherman a deed for
Grant's house and furniture, and a check for
tho balance of ?100,000.
The closing paragraph of the President's
address to the peoplo is as follows: I feel
that having conscientiously endeavored to
djschargo my whole duty, I have nothing
to regret. Events have proved tho correct?
ness of the policy set forth in my first, and
subsequent messages. Tho woes which
have forced the rejection of forbearance,
magnanimity and constitutional rule, are
known and deplored by the natiou. It is a
matter of pride and gratification, in retiring
from the most exalted position in the gift
of a free people, to feel and kuow that in a
long, arduous and eventful public life, my
actions have never been influenced by de?
sire for gain, and that I can, in all sincerity,
inquire whom have I defrauded, whom havo
I oppressed, or at whoso hands have I re?
ceived any bribe to blind my oyes therewith?
No responsibility for wars that have been
waged, or blood that has been shed, resta
upon me. My thoughts have been those of
peace and my efforts have ever been to allay
contentions among my countrymen. Let
us now return to the first principles of go?
vernment, and, unfurliug the banner of our
country, inscribe upon it, in ineffaceable
characters, "the Constitution and theUuion,
one and inseparable."
Mr. Johnson has published a two column
address to the people of the United States
in defence of his courso as President.
Grant's Cabinet nominations will go to
tho Senate on Friday, at noon.
The President issued a large number of
Internal revenue receipts to-duj-, $813,
The Nevada Legislature ratified the fif?
TRENTON, N. J., March 3.-A bill abo?
lishing transit duties on canals and railroads
passing through the State, passed the Le?
CHARLESTON, March 3.-Sailed-steamer
Charleston, New York.
FINANCIAL. AND) COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, March 3-Noon.-Stocks
dull and unsettled. Money easy, at 6(r?>7.
Gold 82?. Flour 5@10c. lower. Wheat dull
and declining. Com ^(Vnlc. better. Pork
steady-new mess 32.50. Steam lard quiet.
Cotton firm, nt 29|?. Freights dull.
7 P. M. - wotton opened steady but closed
quiet, with eales of 1,800 bales, at 29. Flour
dull-superfine State 5.66. Wheat l@2c.
lower. Corn closed dull-mixed Western
95; yellow Southern 1.00. Pork steady
new 32.00. Lard firm-kettle 19 \?. Whis?
key a shade firmer, at 96>?@97. Carolina
rice firm, at 9>?@10. Sugar steady. Coffee
and molasses firm. Freights dull and de?
clining. Cotton f team 3-16; sail ]n. Gold
BALTIMORE, March 3.-Cotton firm. Flour
fairly active but prices weak. Corn steady
-prime white 85(^87; yellow 92. Pork
firm. Bacon moro active. Lard 20@20>?.
CINCINNATI, Maroh 3.-Corn unchanged.
Provisions dull. Mess pork 32.00. Bacon
neglected and nominal-shoulders 14; olear
sides Yl%\hams 18>?. Lard dull at 18>?.
Nsw ORLEANS, Maroh 8.-Cotton Btiffer
-middlings 28'.^; soles 2,800 bales; receipts
2,121. Gold 32. Flour firm. Corn Bteady,
at 78. Oats dull and unchanged. Pork
dull, at 33.75. Bacon-jobbing shoulders
15>?; clear rib 18; clear \.%. Lard dull
tierce 19>?@20. Sugar dull and nominal
-prime 15J.j; yellow Molasses dull
and lower-prime 17>?. Whiskey dull
Western rectified 92}?. Coffee steady and
__i_U ?! 11 III iii mum < n-y7- ,m_Tm^rmmm'm * ' ^ -L'-^' " .** *. "
S A YANN AH, H ft rc b " 8.1-Cotton quiet and
stondy-middlings 28; receipt? 866 balea.
CHARLESTON, March 8.-Cotton more
doin g and price s firm, with sales, of 700 bales
-middlings 28 V?; receipts 621.
LONDON, Maroh 3-8 P. M.-Bonds 81%.
LIYBBTOOL, Maroh 8-3 P. M.-Cotton
firm-uplands lija? Orleans 12>?; sales
8,000 bales. _
LUJJ-. - - - - -
THE SOUTHERN REFBESBNTATIVE.-The
National Intelligencer thus gives vont to its
indignation mncerning the putative South?
ern representative iu Grant's projected
"Among the ou dits of tho day is, that tho
South, once nu honored portion of the
Union, is to have one position in Grant's
Cabinet, nnd that this is to bo conferred on
somo ono who is a bitter, malignant haler
of the great body of the Southern peoplo;
aud //*?.?? the South is to be represented.
Surely this is a moro grievous insult and
mockery than tho 'reprcsctation,' so-called,
by carpet-baggers in Congress. Until tho
Southern people can re?oive a representa?
tion of their own dioico in tho National
Government-until tho day comes that
10.000,000 of American peoplo can bo put
on a different footing from Poland-it
would be well, wo think, to forego this
wretched sham and imposture. Let ns
have none of it. Better to own the truth nt
once, and announce boldly that the Ameri?
can doctrine of freo and representative
government is not intended to apply to tho
South. That will, indeed, bo tyranny, but
no worse than which we have, aud it will at
least have this merit-that it avoids delibe?
rate and shameless falsehood."
LAH on WANTED IN THE SOUTH.-Reports
from plantations in Middle and South?
western Georgia represent that extraordi?
nary activity is prevailing. Every hand is
employed and paid liberal wages. Every
aero will bo planted which can bo properly
tended. A Macon paper says that 10,000
more bands could now obtain employment
in the black belt of Georgia, but they are
nowhere to be found. About as much cot?
ton will be planted this as last year, but
four times the amount of grain will bo used.
Letters from Georgia confirm the great
want of labor there, and declaro that any
surplus in our cities can find no hotter field
than in tho heart of the South, aud all
honest men, having the legitimate object?
of industry aud good order in view, will be
heartily welcomed, with abundance of pros?
pect in view for prosperity and wealth and
respect and station, according to personal
Saleday opened clear and cold, decidedly
tho coldest day of tho season, yot a larg?
number of persons were in town from th<
Tho amount of property .sold was iuou
sideruble, there being no sales by tho She
riff. One lot of 120 acres with a bric!
dwelling, within one mile of town, brough
62,500, and ono containing ono aero and 1
wooden building $500. Some few horse
and mules of inferior kind were also sold a
moderate prices.-Newberry Herold.
In Berlin, a uew material, called vulcan
ized cement, which is said to be perfect!
impervious to water, is used for roofing. I
is lire-proof, aud cheaper than cither slat
or tiles. But the great advantage is tha
roofs may be mado nearly flat, covered witl
two or three feet of soil, and converted inti
gardens. Where a house is somewhat lowe
than its neighbor, so that the roof is partial
ly shaded, green turf and rustic arbor
shaded by climbing vines or even sma
trees, havo been successfully introduced.
SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN AND TRUST Con
I'ANY.-At a meeting of tho Board of Bi
rectors of this institution, held yesterday
tho following officers were elected: Tho;
R. Waring, Cashier; W. E. Haskell, Tellei
T. S. Hayward, Jr., Book-keeper; F. A
Mitchell, Exchange and Discount Clerk; (
W. Logan, Out-door Clerk. Wo undei
staud that this company have rented tb
South-Western Railroad Bank, which :
now being prepared for thoir business, an
that they propose to commence next weel
THE LAMPOONERS OE PRESIDENT JOHNSO:
Those editors and public mon who aro ?
vilely lampooning President Johuson upc
his retirement from office should remombi
that on his return to Tennessee ho may tal
a now depnrturo and re-euter tho Capib
again asa United States Senator. What
sharp thorn ho will bo in tho sides of tl
radicals in that event! There is such
thing as vcuom overshooting its mark.
[New York Herald.
Tho "Griffith Gaunt" case carno up befo
Judge Clerke again yesterday. Charl
Reade, the English novelist, sues Charl
Sweet/.er, formerly editor of tho Rout
Table, for libo] in somo strictures ho passi
upon tho work, calling it immornl. Tl
defenco raised tho question that Reado w
not. tho author of tho work, and after bearii
argument on the question, tho court 1
served its decision.
A private letter from Mr. Goorge Pe
body, dated Loudon, February 8, states th
Iiis health is very poor. Ho still takes t
greatest interest iu his American charith
and speaks of his homes for the poor
London as a gratifying success. Shoo
his health permit, ho expects to rotnrn
this country, to remain, in 1870.
RKTOBT ON MISS LIZZIE.-Miss Lizs
Boynton, of Crawfordsville, Indiana, bavi
k .tured on the subject, "After Saffron
What?" received an answer the other du
in the shape of an old pair of trowsers
pick-axe and a dnll razor.
The Tampa (Plo.) Peninsular says tl
yoong com is knee-high in that section.
?JJm8TBENOTHBNINO THE PuBJjtc CBEDIT. "
Tho Senate, on Saturday night, passed the
Conference Committee s report on Mr.
Sch mich's bill for strengthening the public
credit by pledging Ihe payment of United
States bonds in gold, and legalizing coin
contracts. The first section of the bill, as
passed, solemnly "pledges the faith of the
United States to Ah? payment in coiu, or
its equivalent, of nil the obligations of tho
United Staten, except in cases whore the
law authorizing the issue of any such obli?
gation has expressly provided that the same
may be paid in lawfid money or other cur?
rency than gold and silver." The second
section, legalizing coin cou tracts, is not
changed. The House will act on the con?
ference report, aud probably adopt it to?
day. It is held that it is in anticipation of
this legislation which lots induced tho re?
cent appreciation of United States bonds
abroad. Tho five-twenties, it will be re?
membered, sold at the advanced roto of
81^4 at the Loudon stock exchange ou Fri?
day last; on Saturday afternoon they ad?
vanced still further, closing at 83. Somo
of those taking a prominent part in finan?
cial legislation in Congress attach little real
consequence to the measure. Senator Mor?
ton spoke of it as a "bulling operation"
merely, as when the honda matured, uuless
the Government was then paying specie, wo
could not, of course, liquidate tho bonds in
The total bonded debt of the United
Statos.on February 1st,stood 82,100,000,000,
of which $780,000,00:) wero registered and
$1,380,000,000 coupons. The coupon bonds
in Europe were $9L:0,000,000, in the Uuited
States $480,000,000, of which there were
held by savings bauks, tte., $200,000,000,
nnd by the public 0280,000,000.
[ If ali ?mora Sun.
Several years since, a beautiful young
lady, hardly eighteen years of age, who re?
sided in the vicinity of Alleghauy, became
suddenly sick, and although her parents,
who idolized ber, summoned the most skill?
ful physicians, the disease increased in viru?
lence for some days, and, apparently, ter?
minated fatally. Her death was a heavy
blow to ber mother, who loved her fondly,
and after waiting the usual time prescribed
by custom, the body was iuterred in one of
the cemeteries adjoining our sister city.
The season for mourning had expired, but
the loving mother could not forget her lost
daughter, and held her memory most dear.
Tho smviviug members of thc family did
all tn their power to assuage her grief, and
through their affectionate regard succeeded
in bringing ber mind back to its previous
hopeful and healthy condition. A few
Weeks ago tho lady's father died, when she
expressed a de?rc to have his body interred
with the remains of her dear, departed
daughter. Thc request was so natural that
no objections wm! made to it. The grave
of thu departed fair one was opened, and
upon the body hiing exhumed, it was dis?
covered, with horror, that the body had
been turned iu the collin. An investigation
proved too conclusively that the poor young
lady had been buried alive! Her clothing
about the body bad been torn into shreds,
and her bair pulled from her head by hand?
fuls. She had undoubtedly recovered con?
sciousness while entombed, and afterwards
died of suffocation. Tho mother, when
viewing the corpse, was seized with hys?
terics, and u few days since was conveyed
to tho Dixmout Insano Asylum, a raving
THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PASSED.
It will bo seen by the news from Washing?
ton that the Senate lins accepted the con?
stitutional amendment agreed upon by tho
Committee of Conference of tho two
Houses. It is shorn of the extreme radical
features, and therefore did not suit somo of
tho ultra Senators. It is u harmless amend?
ment, and, in fact, only amounts to a de?
claration of tho right of all men, of what?
ever race or color, to the suffn.ge. Nothing
is said about tho right to hold office. Tho
mountain has been in labor a long time and
has now brought forth a mouse.
[New York Herald.
Mr UDER IN NOTKH CAJIOLINA.-Mrs.
Blackwell, au old widow lady about sixty
years of age, living in Caswell County, N.
C., was murdered about a week ago in her
own house. It seems that tho house was
entered in tho night by several negro men,
who committed tho foul deed, it is sup?
posed, for twenty dollars whioh it was
thought the old lady had in her possession.
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMPOST, OF THC SCBIEDAM ABOMATIO SCHNAPPS
22 HEAVKII STBEET, N::'.v YOUK, NOV. 3, 'GS.
To the I'eople of the Southern State?.
When thc puro medicinal restorative, now HO
widely known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
wan introduced into tho world, under tho endorse*
mont of 4,000 leading membors of tho medical pro?
fession, somo twenty years ago, its proprietor was
well awaro that it could not wholly escapo tho
penalty attached to now and usoful preparations,
ile, therefore, ondoavored to invest it with tho
strongest possiblo safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to pirate it difficult
and dangerous, lt was submitted to distinguish?
ed cia m ?.it M for analysis, and pronounced hy them
the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity
and properties having beon thus asoertaine.1,
samplet! of the article wero forwarded to 10,000
physcians, including all tho leading practitioners
in tho United States, for purposes of ozperiment.
A circular, requostiDg a trial of the preparation
and a report of tho result, accompanied oach
spocimon. 4,000 of the most eminent medical men
in tho Union promptly responded. Thoir opinions
of tho articlo were unanimously favorable. Ruch a
preparation, thoy said, had long beon wanted by
the profession, as no relianco could be placed on
the ordinary liquors of commerce; ali of which
wera moro or lesa adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for medical purposes. Tba peculiar excel?
lence and strength of the oil of juniper, which
formed one of th? prinoipal ir.gr od ion ta of the 1
Schnapps, togeth' r 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, tonio and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
. men of tho highest rank were published In a
! condensed form, and enclosed with each bottle
cf the Schnapps,aa one of the guarantees of ita
I gonuineneus. . Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent was obtained for the
article, the label was copyrighted, A fae simile of
I tho proprietor's antograpn signature was attached
: to each labol and covor. bis name aud that of the
t preparation wero embossed on the bottles, and the
corks wore soalod with his private seal. No article
had ever been sold in this country under the name
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Sobicdam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1851; and tho
label wau deposited, as his trade mark, in the
United States District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It migut bc supposed, ny persons unacquainted
with thu daring character of the pirates who prey
upon the reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash nuder their name, that
tho protections so carefully thrown ? round these
Schnapps would have precluded tb? introductions
and salo of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to have stimulated tho rapacity of impostors.
The trado mark of the proprietor has been stolen:
tho endorsement which his Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alone received from the medical pro?
fession bas bown claimed by mendacious humbugs:
his labels an bottles have been imitated, his nd'
vortieements paraphrased, bis circulars copied,
and, worse than all. dishonorable retailer:;, uftc;
disposing of the genuine contents of bis bottles,
have tilled thom up with common gin, the mosi
deleterious ot all liquors, and thus made bis nami
and brand a cover for poison.
Tho public, the medical profession and the sick
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ii
prescribed as a remedy, are equally interested witt
the proprietor in tho detection and suppression o
these nefarious practices. Tho genuine articlo
manufactured at tho establishment ot the under
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from i
barley of tho finest quality, and flavored with ai
essential extract of the berry ?if tho Italiai
juniper, of unequalled purity. Hy a process un
known in tho preparation of any other liquor, it i
freed from every acrimonious and corrosivo ele
Complaints have bcon received from the leadinj
physicians anil families in the Southern States
of the salo of cheap imitations of tho Sclucdari
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel
era, who are in the habit of using it as an antidot
to the baneful influence of unwholesome rive
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedar
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon the unwary
The agents of tho undersigned bavu been requeete
to instituto inquiries on tho subject, and to foi
ward to him tho names of such parties as the
may ascertain to be engaged in the atrociou
system o? deception. In conclusion, tho undci
signed would s^y that he has produced, fromunde
the bands of the moat distinguished men t
BOienco in America, proofs unanswerable of tb
purity and mediciuul excellence of the Sehiedai
Aromatic Schnapps; that bo has expended man
thousand dollars in .surrounding it with guarantee
anti safeguards, which he designed should protei
the public and himself against fraudulent ?mit:
lions; that bo has shown it tn ho tho only liquor i
the world that can be uniformly depended upo
as unadulturated; that he bas challenged invest
gatton, analysis, comparison, and experiment i
all its forms: und trom every ordeal the prep)
ration which bears his name, seal and trade marl
lias come ort' triumphant. He, therefore, feels it
duty be owes to his fellow-citizens generally, 1
the medical profession and tho sick, to denouni
and expose tue Charlatans who counterfeit thei
evidences of identity, und ho calls upon the prei
and the public to aid bim in bis efforts to remet
so great an evil.
The Following letti r.- and certificates, from tl
leading physicians and chemists of this city, w
prove to tho reader that all goods sold by tl
undersigned are all they arc represented to ne.
U Do Ll? ll O WOLFE.
1 feel hound to say, that I regard your Schnap
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pm
and deserving (d'medical patronage. At allovcnl
it is tho purest possible article of Holland (ii
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may
safolv prescribed bv physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, Now York.
2?, PINK 8TBEKT, NKW Yous, Nov. 21, 1?G7,
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DEAU Sin: 1 have made a chemical examinati
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, wi
the intent -jf determining if any foreign or injurie
substance bad been added to thc simple distill
DRAU SUI: The want of pure Wines and Liquo
for medicinal purposes, hai been long felt by t
profession, and thousands of lives have been s;
rificed bj' tho use of adulterated articles. Delh i:
tremens, and other diseases of the brain a
nerves, so riTc in this country, aro very rare
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to tho differei
in tho purity of the spirits sold.
I Wo have tested the several articles impor
and sold by you, including your Oin, which j
I sell undor thc name of Aromatio Schied
Schnapps, which we consider justly entitled to
! high reputation it has acquired in this conni
? and, from your long experience as a foreign
i porter, your bottled Wines and Liquors she
meet with the same demand.
We would recommend you to appoint sonn
tho respectable apothecaries in different uart:
tim city as agents for tho sale of your bram
and Winos, where the profession can obtain
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing yon success in your new enterprise,
romain vour obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Snrgi
University Medical College, New York.
J. M. CAltNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clin
Surgery, Surgcon-in-Cbief to tho State Hoapi
etc., No. 14 IO.ist ltith street.
The examination baa resulted in the cnnnlni
that tho sample, contained no poisonous or ba
fill admixture. I have been unable to disct
any traco of tho deleterious substances which
employed in tho adulteration of liquors. I wt
not hesitate to use myself, or to recommen
others, for medicinal purposes, tho Schiei
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjectiou
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours.
(Signed.) CHARLES A. SELLY, Chomil
NEW YORK, 69 CEDAR STREET, NOV. 26,18<
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DKAU Sin: I have submitted to chemical anal
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I
from a frosh package in yonr bonded warehn
and lind, as before, that tho spirituous Iii
is free from injurious ingredients or falsifical
that it has the marks of being aged and noi
cently prepared by mechanical admixture
alcohol and aromatics, Rcapoctfullv,
EKED. F. MAYES, Chomi
NKW YORK, Tuesday, If ay 1. Udolpho Wolfe,
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D., No. 795 Broadway
H. P. DEWEES, M. D., No. 791 Broadway
JOSEPH WOR8TRR, M. I)., No. 120 Ninth st
NELSON STEELE. M. D., No. 37 Bleeckor st
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth st
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of tho Pi
plos and Practico of Surgery, New York Me
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth stroet, and others,
Thc proprietor also offers for sale
Ito; i O d Wine? and Liquor?.
luipi o led and bottled by himself, oxprossl;
medicinal n<sc Each bottle has his certifica
Nov ia 3rno ^J?R9}J^Il9 ^?0T
Hams-Fresh to Hand.
TIERCE8 "Orange" Brand HAMS, mcom]
bly the finest in America,
Tieroes "Davis Jr." Diamond Hams, highl
commended. For salo low by
March 3 . GEORGE SYMME]
BY JACOB LEVIN.
?HIS MORNING, at 10 o'clb?k, I will sell, at my
store, without reserve :
5 Casks Fine HAMS,
25 Bois. Choice Family Flour,
20 Boxes Extra Family Soap,
26 Boxes No. 1 Adamantine Candles,
10 Boxes Fresh Tomatoes,
20 Boxes Raisins,
3 Casks Palo Ale,
5 Bois. Whiskoy,
20 Doz. Sherry, Madeira, Currant and Cham?
20 Doz. Qiugor and Raspberry Cordials,
10 Doz. Superior Lemon Syrup,
50 Doz. Mason's Blacking,
50 Boxea Segarn,
Boxes Cheese, A e., Ac.
IN STOKE AND ARRIVING:
CLEAR RIB SIDES,
DRY SALTED C. R. SIDES,
DRY SALTED SHOULDERS,
DRY SALTED BELLIES,
JOWLS AND CUMBERLANDS,
BREAKFAST STRIPS AND HAMS,
OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
We invite attention, as we will offer inducements.
D. C. PE1X0TTO A SON,
March ! Commission Merchants.
District o? South Carolina-At Columbia, the 3d
day of March, A. D. 1809.
11IIE undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
. pointmeut ae Aaaignco of ROBERT BRYCE
A SON, of Columbia, in tho County of Richland,
and State of South Carolina, within said District,
who have been adjudged Baukrupts upon their
own petition, by tho District Court of said District.
March 4 tb3 THOS. J. LAMOTTE. AsHignee.
District of South Carolina-At Columbia, tho 3d
day of March, A. D. 1869.
THE undersigned hereby gives notico of his
appointment as Assign?e of A. C. 8QDIER,
of Columbia, in the County of Richland, and State
of South Carolina, within said District, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition,
by the District Court of said District.
March 1 th3 THOS. .T. LAMOTTE, Align?e
District of South Carolina-At Columbia, tho 3d
day of March, A. D. 18G9.
TUE undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap?
pointment as Assignee of H. C. MARK, of
Columbia, in tho County of Richland, and State of
South Carolina, within said District, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition, by
tho District Court of said District.
March 4 th3 THOS. J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
Try McKenzie's Celebrated FRUIT CANDY._
Grand Legislative Inauguration Supper!
PROCEED3 for tho benefit of tho A. M. E.
Church. Columbia, S. C. At Jannev's Hall,
THURSDAY, March i, 18G9. Ticket?, admitting
lady and gentleman, (2.
Tho following Speakers are invited to deliver
Hon. R. H. Cain, Hon. F. J. Moses,
.? J. L. Noagle, ?.? W. J. Whipper,
" J. J. Wright, " R. B. Elliott.
Committee of Arrangements.-J. N. Hayno, W.
IL Jones, George Leo, William Brodie, C. M.
Wilder, S. B. Thompson.
Financial Committee.-W. E. Johnson, W. M.
Executive Committee.-Mm. Tucker, Mrs. An?
derson, Mr?. Baker, Mrs, Banks, Mrs. Walker,
Mrs. McDowell, Mrs. Picken*, Mrs. Davis, Mrs.
Williams. March JJ 3
^7pf KITS No. 1 Bay and Shoal MACKEREL,
4 O GO Bbl?., Halves and Quartors, Nos. 1,2 and
3. for sah. by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Flour! Flour I! Flour!!!
ALL GRADES. For sale, very low, at
Jan 31 lmo_ SWYGERTA KENN'S.
Cheese, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
8BOXER ROSE BUD CHEWING, very fine,
4 boxes Commonwealth "
4 boxes Dew Drop, "
2 casoa pure Virginia Loaf SMOKING TOBACCO,
half and wholo boxes.
Schwitzer, Limberger, German Hand CHEE8E.
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Dec li) Main street, rear Post Officrt.
English and Scotch Ales.
CASKS in Tint Jugs, of superior quality.
5 CASKS BREMEN LAGER BEER, in Qnart
Bottles, for Halo by E. ft C. I). HOPE.
Great Combination-Work and Speed.
_. BY request of many owners of the best
*r\_Stock, the coloberated Messenger Stal
/rSSTNion "DANVILLE," will season in Rich
iJuZ-JL-laod County, this spring, viz: At tho
Livery Stables, fornierlv owned by William Hitch?
cock, on tho 4th, 5th and Gth of March, and at Mr.
W. H. Dowdy'?, on tho Woodward Plantation, m
thc Fork, on tho 9th, 10th and 11th of March, and
alternately at the above places every nine days.
Terms reasonable. For particulars, apply at the
abovo places. March a lmo_
errvrv BUSHELS FINDERS or PEANUTS, for
p(H) sale by_E. A G. D. HOPE.
-, HANDSOME CASE; Glass Crystal; Steol
Gh\ and Motal Works; Whtto Enameled Dial;
JP3aWatch Size; warranted to denote correct
time and keep in good ordor FIVE YKAIIS. Agents
aro making P''r month, Helling this wonderful
invention. Send $1 for Time-Keepor, or write for
terms. O. R. STANFORD A CO.,
March 214- 1*^8 Rtato street, Chicago, Iii.
The Reynold? Patent Plow.
HAVING made arrangement? Wm. GI??
A Co., for the mauofantnro and exclusive sale
? of thia Justly celebrated PLOW, we ar? prepared
to offer them to tho country on good terms. Good
tools will always bo found a good investnient.
Feb 28 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.