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"MADRID, March ?.fr-Au incendiary fi-e
occurred nfc tho rojal barradas to-day. Nine
deaths ?re reported by poison.
HATTI, March 8.-Salnave attacked Ame
Cayes by sea aud land, and tros repulsed.
Affaira Im IV ??It lng ton.
WASHINGTON, March 8. --Tho Accounts
Committee finally sanctioned tho. amount
orderod by the House, and Cot. Hunt and
the negro Menard, contestants from Louisi?
ana,- bave received $2,500 eaoh. Tho Sena?
torial caucus took no action in Stewart's
case. It is understood that Stewart's resigna?
tion is in the hands of tho President, who
will send in another name-Boutwell 'tis
Sherman tukes full command of tho army
Internal rev?.. nuo receipts to-day, $025.000.
There was noaction taken by either House
of Congress or tho Prcsideut, regarding tho
case of Stewart, to-dny. Stewart proposes,
that unless Congress removes the difficulty,
to make an absoluto t ransfer and disposition
of all the profits and interests of his busi?
ness, while ho remains iu office, to three
prominent gentlemen, as trustees, to have
absolute use of the profits and revenues for
public charity, in New York. The trustees
to select the objects of charity and bo vested
with absolute control, whereby Stewart di?
vests himself of any interest whatever in his
The House was not in session.
In the Senate, bills were introduced to
Erevent private sales of gold and securities
y the Treasury; requiring autograph ap?
plications. A bill enforcing tho fourteenth
amendment and to securo a republican form
of government in Georgia, was referred to
the Judiciary Committee. A bill erasing
"whito" from tho charter and ordinances of
the District of Columbia, was passed.
The following aro tho chairmen of tho va?
rious committees, ns nuuuuuccd by the
Chair: Foreign-Sumner; Finance-Sher?
man; Appropriations-Fassenden; Com?
Agriculture-Cameron ; Military-Wilson ;
Postal-Ramsey; Lands-Pomeroy; Private
Lands-Williams; Pensions-Ed mauds;
Revolutionary Claims-Yates: Claims
Howe; District Columbia-Hamlin; Pa?
tents-Willey; Territories-Nye; Pacific
Railroad-Howard; Mines-Stewart; Edu?
cation-Drake; Revision Laws-Conklin.
CHICAGO, Marchs.-The roof of a burn?
ing building gave way to-day, precipitating
four firemen into tho flames. Their bodies
have not been recovered.
RICHMOND, March 8.-A large number of
Republicans are here to-night, en ron tc to
the State Convention which meets in
Petersburg to-morrow. The tight for nomi?
nation for Governor will bo between
W?lls, tho present nominee, and Clements,
who is on the present ticket for the office
of Lieutenant-Goveruor. A wann time is
expected in tho Convention as thc charges
recently made by Senator Nye against Gov.
Wells, in connection with the sale of the
State internal improvements will be brought
up by his opponents. L. H. Chandler, late
United States District Attorney, is also
prominently named for Governor.
CHARLESTON, March 8. - Arrived-steamer
Prometheus, Philadelphia, Schooners Clara
Sawyer, Portland; Iona, for a Northern
port; Diergo, Savannah.
KIMANCIAI. AND CUiUOlKUClAl..
NEW YORK, March 8-Noon.-Stocks
firm. Money easy, at 7. Gold 'Jl7?^ Flour
duli without decline. Wheat quiet and
rather moro steady. Corn a shade finner.
Pork quiet-new mass firstname.lastname@example.org. Steam
lard quiet-bbls. lO1?. Cotton firm, at 291.,.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm with sales of 1,900
bales, at 20.^. Flour dull-prices un?
changed. Corn very- scarce and n sbado
better-new mixed Western 05(a)$G. Mess
pork quiet and unsettled, at 31.12 '.^ ; old
34.00. Lard quiet, at 19? 19|.;. Whiskey
quiet, at 95>?. Rice moro active. Cotton
steam Gold closed firm, at 315?.
Stocks closed strong and active.
BALTIMORE, March 8.-Cotton firmer but
not higher, at 29. Flour quiet and steady.
Wheat firm-prime Valley 2.10(512.20.
Corn firm-white 85@87; yellow 8S@92.
Pork quiet, at 32.00. Bacon in good de?
CINCINNATI, March 8.-Whiskey in good
demand, at 91. Provisions dull. Mess pork
31.50. Lard active, at 18@18,'.i. Bulk
meats firmer, at Bacon firm and
more doing-clear sides 17; shoulders held
atl3?i; sugar-cured hams 18@18^i.
NEW ORLEANS, March 8.-Cotton in fair
demand-middlings 28; sales 3,000 bales;
Gold 32'?. Flour dull and lower-super?
fine 6.25; double G.75; treble 7.25. Corn
79@80. Pork dull, at 31.50. Lard Rnd
sugar dall-prime 14%; yellow 16J?. Mo?
lasses-prime G3,'?. Whiskey " dull
Western reotified ?email@example.com. Coffeo firm
fair 15^@1G; prime 17??@18>.?.
MOWLE, March 8.-Cotton in light de?
mand, with sales of 250 bales-middling
iny, ; receipts 8G8.
CHARLESTON, March 8.- Cotton steady
and in better demand with sales of 700
bales-middlings 28>? ; receipts GU.
AUO?STA, March 8.-Cotton market quiet
but steady with sales of 350 bales; receipts
114; middlings 27^'.
SAVANNAH, March 8.-Cotton firm-mid?
dlings 281^; sales 300 bales; receipt? 1,279.
LONDON, March 8-3 P. M.-Consols
92^. Bonds easier, at 82
LIVERPOOL, March 6-3 P. M.-Cotton
quiet-uplands 12fVi)12j^; Orleans 12??@
LIVERPOOL. March 8-Evening.-Cotton
quiet-uplands 12'?; Orleans KJtfj sales
? CHEAP RESTAURANTS^^ ?S aea^rted that
there is not another/ city in tho United
St a tos where- tho sumo amount and variety
[of good food con ho obtained for so little
i money as in San Francisco. Io ono restau
j rant of that city ovor 1,000 persons take
I their meals daily, at an expense of ton
couts ench, and with wino and desert for
twenty-five couts, ?reon^ turtle steak,
bread and butter and celery ure meutioued
as prominent articles in tho bill of fure,
which is served up iu good stylo, and clean
napkins aud tablecloths.
I TUE NEW ISSUE OP GREENBACKS. -A de?
spatch from Washington says:
The treasury plato printing ofliee has
nearly ready for printing, u uew emission of
the fifty dollar greenback notes, to take the
placo of tho present issues, which have been
largely counterfeited. Thc hundred dollar
notes will bear n likeness of Mr. Lincoln,
with a vignette symbolical of reconstruction,
and the fifty dollar notes will bear a likeness
of General Grant, with a vignette symboli?
cal of tho restoration of peace.
TIMES GO nv TURNS.-The Richi.iond
Enquirer thinks, on the whole, that tho
world is progressing favorably. It says:
.'When Europe becomes Democratic, will
it grow worse? Will America grow worse?
Wo say, No J The sea is agitated-the waves
run high-they roll back-but tho tide is
"We have no doubt the Saxons thought
all was lost when tho Normans conquered
England, but they survived it-and they are
ahoul to settle ir Uh ffieir conquerors."
SUFFBAUE IM SPAIN.-The universal suf?
frage decreed by the revolutionary authori?
ties of Spain raises the number of voters iu
tho country from 318,271 to .$,010.012-all
of them Spaniards, and all over twenty-five
years of ago. The election returns in Jan?
uary will, it is supposed, give to the con?
stituent Corie/, ."?00 Monarchists, only
thirty-five Republicans, and fifteen l?our
bonists, proving that .Spain is not yet ripe
PAPER MADE OE OEBA.-We have before
us specimens of very fair priutiug paper
madu of okra aud cotton rags, quite as good
as the qualities in uso in tlii.-s city. It is
made near Mobile, bj- a compauy organized
for that purpose, and the discovery is calcu?
lated to cheapeu paper. The okra is a great
improvement upon straw mixed with rags,
half and half. It is far better than paper
made from straw and rags.
I New York Express.
RAILWAYS IN HINDOST?N.-There aro
4,000 miles already completed, and 1,000
more commenced or projected. A specimeu
of tho influence for good projected from
Christendom over tho pagan world. We
seo tho same iu China, Japan and other
heathen countries. How much, but for her
war system and war habits, might Christen?
dom thus do iu conciliating thc favorable
regards of tho heathen, and paving tho way
for tho spread of tho gospel.
In thu Recorder's Court at Now Orloans
tho other day, a merry-faced aud bright
eyed Milesian was arraigned for disorderly
The judge inquired vory angrily, "If he
was nob ashamed to bo there?"
" 'Pou my soul, I am, yer honor."
"You ure it very disrepuatablc company."
"1 know it yer honor." t
"It is Blina eful."
"Too true, ' was the penitent rejoinder.
"If I permit yon to go this time, will you
ever bo caught in such company again?"
"Not unless yer honor sends for me."
was thc reply.
State of tho continent -is unusually fa?
vorable to a settled and assured peace. All
the great, powers seem honestly iuteut on
securing thia result.
Virtue-That ingredient which needs no
foil, and without which nothing else is
Iiliss-Happiness boiling over, and run?
ning down both sides of the pot.
Marriage-Au alter on which man lies
his pocket-book aud woman ber love letters.
Quack-A doctor whose science Hes in his
nash-A boardiug-houso coLfidenco
Hoarding-school-A place where rye coffee
and flirtation is taught.
Experiment-Energy out of a job.
Perfection-God in man.
Fuss-An old bou with ouo chicken.
T vins-Two m neb.
The friends and acquaintance* of Jacob A.
Handust, aro retipectfully invited to attend tho
fnucral of bia wife, M Al; V A. HANDUST, THIS
EVENING, at 3 o'clock, from his rcsidenco on
Palmetto Fire Engine Company.
,-=~v THB MBMBBK8 will
/ > attend sn extra meeting,
Acacia Lodge No. 94, ?.'. F.*. M.".
A AN EXntA COMMUNICATION of Acacia
mJ%T'Lo(1frn No. 91 A. P. M., will be held, at
7%J\ Masonic Hall. THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
at 7 o'clock. The First Degreo will bo conforrod.
Uv order of tho W. M.
Mareil !? 1 J. T.EE DIXON. Hccrorarv.
"JOHN TT SLOAN, JR,,
Attoruey-at Law anil Solicitor in Equity,
WILL PRACTICE in all Courts of the State
anfl United States. Office: Columbia, 8. C.
Porsonal attention given to tho collection of
I claims, and returns promptly made. March 9 12*
?t, . .1 . ? ?? ?i... ?? , m..? .'IB*..'
?nougorallou of President Gran?,
? OD reaching tho.platform the President
elect took the seat provided for him di?
rectly in front of tb? centre, Vioe-Fre?i???t~
Colfax and the Sergeant-at-Arms (in charge
of the ceremonies) sitting on his right, and
the Chief Justice of the Supremo Court on
bia left. 1
The Senate Committee of Arrangements
were near at hand, and next iu tho ruar thu
Associated Justices of the Supreme Court
occupied tho seats on tho left, and members
and ibo Secretary of tho Senate on the
right. Tho Diplomatic Corps were to have
occupied tho seats next in the rear of the
Supreme Court, but they wero not suffi?
ciently alert to prevent themselves from
being crowded into tho back-ground b^ the
members of the House of Representatives,
enterprising correspondents and others,
who secured tho foremost places remaining,
and loft tho diplomatists to take their
chances with officers of the army and navy
und others on the ?tops and portico, where,
perhaps, they fared better, being less
crowded, and having a better view of the
surroundings and geueral scene. The rain
had ceased, und though tho atmosphere was
damp and heavy, the weather seemed
to have no chilling effect upou thc generul
enthusiasm. The grouuds opposite aud the
street? udjoiuing were packed with human
beings, som? of whom wero at least a quar?
ter of a mile distant, watching thc scene
with intense interest. Men, women and
children wero promiscuously crowded,
many of them having stood patiently in the
mud for several hours. All around tho
Capitol were dense throngs. Thc windows
looking out upon the scotia were of course
The Eastern portico, the roof of the ex?
tensive wings, thc lower part of tho dome
and other prominent pointu exhibited their
clusters of spectators, and men and boy?
wero seen in numbers perched upon the
projecting limbs, and ctingiug to the top?
most bough i of thc trees in the opposite
public, squares. In fact, every available
point and perch of observation was made
ilse of with tho exception of the street or
avenue directly ill front of the Capitol,
which was occupied, but not crowd eil, with
the various military and civil organizations
which had composed the procession, and
were now drawn up in open order to wit?
ness the ceremonies. The crowd .elsewhere
surged and swayed to and ?io, and soveral
fierce disputes took place about conflicting
claims to standing room, but the policemen
and guards moving in all directions suc?
ceeded admirably in enforcing duudecornm,
and no difficulty of a serious or unpleasant
nature occurred, so far as known.
Near General Grant, and a little behind
him, sat Mrs. Grunt, accompanied by her
sisters. Miss Sharp, and Mrs. Cusly, her sis?
ter-in-law, Mrs. Geueral Dent, and her
children, Misses .lennie and Nellie, and
Masters Fred, ami U. S. Jr. The shouts
and bursts of music from a dozen bands
with which tho appearance of the chief
actors iii the coming drama had been
greeted, subsided and died away to stillness
us the President elect and the Chief Justice
of tho United States rose simultaneously,
and thc latter commenced, in a clear mid
solemn tone, to recite tho formula of tho
Presidential oath of office, which General
Grant reverently took, and became Presi?
dent of the United Stale-; for the next ensu?
ing four years.
The boom of cannon and the shouts of the
vast multitude burst forth with deafening
sound as he took his seat, and cheer after
cheer went lip with a volume of tone which
almost rendered inaudible tho deep reports
of the cannon.
Partial quiet having been restored, thc
President then arose and read from thu
manuscript his inaugural address.
His voice was not audible except to per?
sons ou or near tho platform, but at every
pause the satisfaction manifested by those
who were near at hand was responded to by
cheers and shouts from tho crowd more
distant, and some of the points of the ad?
dress were quickly circulated from mouth
to mouth, and mude tho occasion for ap?
plause even cometime after their utterance.
COST OF INDIAN WA H.S. -Wendell Philips
is reported as reckoning the cost of all these
as 81,000.000.000, an average of $12,500,
000 a year. Another says that our chief
wars with them wero from 1788 to 1828,
forty years; but since then they have been
less bloody but more costly. "The Semi?
nole war in Florida cost 15,000 lives, ond
8100,000,000; tho Sioux war, 1852-56, $40,
000,000; and tho Cheyuue, 1861, $0.1,000,
000." These estimates may bo exaggerated;
but our war-policy in dealing with tho
Iudians has unquestionably wasted a fearful
amount of money and life. How different
would havo been a truly and uniformly
Christian policy like that of William Penn!
Office ot Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMPOUT. OF TH? SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS
22 BEAVSn BTBBBT, NEW YOUS, NOV. 3, 'GM.
7\> thc J'aopic of Uie Southern Slates.
When tho puro medicinal restorative, now so
widely known aa Wolfe's h?ll I KD AM SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into tho world, under thu endorse?
ment of 4.0U? loading members of tho medical pro
fep.'ion, some twenty years ago, UH proprietor waa
well aware that it could not wholly escape thu
penalty attached to new arid useful preparations.
Ho, therefore, endeavored to invest it with tho
strongest poasiblo safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to pirate it difticult
and danserons, it was submitted to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, aial pronounced by them
tho purest spirit evt-r manufactured. Its purity
and properties having been thus ascertained,
samples of the article wero forwarded to l? OOo
phyaoiansl including all the loading practitioners
iu the United Htates, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation
and a roport of thc result, accompanied each
sp?cimen. 4,000 of the most ominent medical men
in the Uu'.on promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho articlo were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on
the ordinary liquors of commerce; all of which
were moro or leas adulterated, and, therefore,
?yatr-yw *?'?.'-T-?:-y'"?. .*?~. "
unfit for medical purposes. The peculiar oxcol
loDCO'ttud strength of the oil bf 'juniper,-' which
forinod ODO of the principal, ingredients of. the
[ SchnapOs.-together with an unalloyed character
of tho'alcoholic oleraeut, give it, in the estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority ovor every
other diffusive stimulant as a dinrotic, tonio and
These Satisfactory credent lal? from professional
mon of tho h<gliCBt rank woro published in a
oondoincd form, and enclosed With each bottle
of tho Schnapps, as ono of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Othor precautionti against fraud
wore also adopted; a patent way obtained for the
article, tho lubel was copyrighted, a ftc simi.V of
tho proprietor's autograph signature waH attached
to each label and cover, hin name and that of tho
preparation were embossed on the bott ICH. and tho
corks were scaled with his private seal. No article
had ever been sold in this country under tho name
of Schnapps prior to thc introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in ls.il; and thc
l ibel was deposited, as bia trude- marl;, in thc
United States District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might Oe supposed, ny persons unacquainted
with tho daring character of tho pirates who prey
upon tho reputation of honorable nicrchantB, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
tho protections so carefully thrown around these
Schnapps would have precluded the introductions
and Hale of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to have stimulated thc rapacity of impostors.
The trade mark of tho proprietor has boen stolen:
tho endorsement which his Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alono received from the medical pro?
fession has boon claimed by mendacious humbugs;
his labels an bottles have bei n imitated, his ad
' vcrliscments paraphrased, his circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailers, after
disposing of the genuine contents of his bottles,
have tilled them up with common ?in, tho niobt
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made li ia name
an il brand a cover for poison.
Tho patine, the medical profession and thc sick,
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed as a remedy, are equally interested willi
the proprietor in the detection and suppression ol
these nefarious practices. Tho genuine article,
manufactured at tho establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from c
barley of the finest quality, and flavored with ai
essential extract of the bei ry of tho Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. Dy a process un
known in tho preparation of ?ny olin r liquor, it i
freed from every acrimonious and corrosive ole.
Complaints have been received from the leading
physicians ami families in the Southern States
ot the sale of cheap imitations of the Scluedun
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel
ors, who ar.- in thc habit of using it as ?in antidota
to the baneful influence o? unwholfs >me rive
water, testify that cheap ?in, put up in Schicdan
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon thc unwary
The agents of tho undersigned have b< cnreqncstct
tn institute inquiries on tho subject, und to for
ward to him ilie names of such parties as the;
may ascertain to be- r-ngagod in tho atrociou
svstem of deception. In concludion, thc under
Big ned would s iy that he has produced, from nude
the bands of the most distinguished men c
science in America, proofs uiianswi rabio of th
purity ainl medicinal excellence of thoSohiedar
Aromatic Schnapps; that ho has expended man
thousand dollars tn sn non nd in;; lt willi g a a ran tee
and safeguards, which ho design? d should prot?t
the publie and himself against fraudulent imita
lions; that ho lias shown il to be the only liquor i
the World that can ho uniformly depended uno
as uinuhilturatod; that ho has challenged invest
galion, analysis, comparison, and experiment i
ali its lorin.?; and from every ordeal the prepi
ration which bears bis name, seul and tra ie marl
has come off triumphant, ll??, therefore, feels it
duty he owes to his follow-citizcns generally, I
the medical profession and tho sick, to denouni
and expose tho Charlatans who counterfeit thci
evidences of identity, and ho calls upon the pr?
and tho public to aid him in his efForld to lernet
uo great an evil.
Tho following letters and certif?calos, from tl
loading physicians and chemists of this city, wi
provo to the reader thal all goods sold by tl
undersigned aro all they are represented to be.
I foci bound io say, that I regard your Schnapi
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pur
and deserving of medical patronage. At all event
it is tho puri st possible article of Holland Gi
heretofore unobtainable; and, ns such, may
safely prescribed bv phvsioians.
' DAVID L. MOTT, M. H.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 TINE STBEET, NEW YORK, Nov. 21, 18C7.
UdtApho Wufe. Aso., Present.
DEAR SIR: I have made a ohomical examin?t!
of a sam plo of your Schiedam Schnapps, wi
the intent of determining if any foreign or inj ario
substance had been added to the simple distill
1>KAR sm: Tho want of pure Wines and Liquo
for medicinal purposes, has been long fell by t
profossion, and thousands of lives have been si
riflcod by thu us? of adulterated articles. Peliril
(remous, and other diseases of tho br.-in a
nerves, so riTe in this country, aro very rare
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to the diffe. ...
in the purity of the spirits -old.
Wo have "tested tlie several articles import
and sohl by yon, including your Gin. which y
sell under tho name of Aromatic Schiedi
Schnapps, which we consider justly entitled to t
high reputation ic has acquired in this count
and, from your long experience as a foreign i
porter, your bottled Wines and Liquors shot
meet with tho same demand.
Wc would recommend you to appoint some
the respectable apothecaries in different part*
tho city as agents for tho salo of your Brand
and Winos, where tho profession can obtain I
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise,
remain voiir obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surge
University Medical College, New York.
J. M. OAllNOCIIAN, M. D., Professor of Clini
Surgery, Siirgeou-iu-Chiof to the state Hospii
etc.. No. 14 East lGih street.
Thc exam i nan,m has resulted in tho conclus
that tho samplo contained no poisonous or ha?
fol admixture. I havo been unable to disco
any trace of tho deleterious substances which
employed in tho adulteration of liquors. I wo
not hesitate to uso myself, or to recominem
others, for medicinal purposes, tho Schied
Schnapps aa an excellent and unobjectionn
variety of gin. Very respectfully vonrs,
(Signed,) CHAULES A. S EELY, Chomie
NEW YOHK, 53 CEDAR STnr.r.T, Nov. 26, 186'
Udolphu Wo ft, Esq., Prisent.
DEAR Bia: I have submitted to chemical anal;
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which It
from a fresh package in your bonded warolim
and find, as bet?re, that tho spirituous liq
is free from injurious ingredients or falsificar
that it has the marks of being agod and not
cently prepared by mechanical admixture
alcohol and aromatics. IteBpoctfnlly,
PHED. V. MAY KU, Chem!?
NEW YOKE, Tuesday, Mav I. Udolpho Wo!fe, j
LEWIS A. SAYCE, M. D', No. 705 Hroaibvav.
H. 1'. DEW EEs. M. ii.. No 7;>l Broadway.
JOSEPH WOKSTEIt, M. D., No. 120 Ninth slr
NELSON STEELE, .M. D., No 37 Ulecckerstr
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No 230 Fourth str
li. I. UAPHAEL, M. H., Professor of Ilia Pri
pies and Practice of Surgery, New York Med
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
Tho proprietor also offers for sale
Botllcil Winn and Liquor*.
Imported and bottled hy himself, express'/
tn. diemal uso. Each bottle has his cerl:.f?eut
Nov 12 3nv> UDOLPHO WOLF
J3L- j?-qpftJL ?T>"XX Sal GT? .
Assignee's Sale---?r o cenes, Fancy Goods,
Hardware, Hollowware, &c.
D. 0.PE1XOTTO 4 SON, AUCTIONEERS.
ON TUESDAY, MORNING/March 16, at 10
o'clock, precisely, we will sell, at the store of
H. Bryce & Son, co ru? r of Richardson and Bland
ing streets, without tue least reserve, tho cntjjro
Stock ol GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Ac., of thc
said firm in Bankruptcy consisting of :
SUGARS, Coffee, Rice.
Holanes, Syrup, Mackerel,
Sardinen, Tickles, Salmon,
Oysters, Canned Fruits, Teas.
Tablo Salt; Parlor Matches,
Spice, Pepper, CIOVCB, Nutmegs,
('anilles. Vinegar, Stoneware,
Tinware, of every description. ;?
Brooms, Wiro Sieves, Cotton Yaru,
Blacking, Potware, OVPDB, Skillets,
Prying Pans, Spiders, Kettles,
Hoes, Spades, Raken, PIOWR,
Rope, Twine, Tacks,
Shoe Thread, Axlo Orease,
Knives and Eorks. Poeket Cutlery,
Trace Chaine, Nails, Brads,
Screws. Brass and Iron Bouud Bucket?.
LockH,of every description,
Carpenters' Tools, Saws, Planes,
HammorH, Chisels, and numerous other article*
THUMS- flash in United States enrrcnov.
March ? 45 THOS. J. LAMOTIE, Assignee
1/^wf\/^V BUSHELS Prime White CORNI
,Uv/U At proper prices for this week.
Apply to MARK E. COOPER.
March !)1 Mainstreet.
ITURST MORTGAGE BONDS o? Columbia aud
. Augusta Railroad Company,
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Stook,
City nf Columbia Coupons-receivable for taxes,
Exchange on New York, Charleston and Liver?
pool. ' SCOTT, WILLIAMS A CO.
XTTILL pleaso attend to tho payment o? their
VT BILLS for month of February, at my omeo,
corner of Plain and Assembly streets.
March 7 :$ JACOB LEVIN. Sec'y Gas Co.
mHE INDIAN DOCTOR, is now in this city, and
X can ht- consulted bvall who are suffering from
CORNS, BUNIONS, in-grown Toe-Nails, Ac
Rooms nt tho '.Central Hotel,"'on Plain street.
Mardi 7 2?
ANY ONE having a SAW MILL, and willing to
remove it to a specified point on tho St.
John's River, Florida, will be furnished with a de?
sirable location for it, gratis, and facilities for
getting it down there; and inducements offerodhy
which a Rood businoss can bo done.
For particulars, applv to mo bv letter at Charles?
ton. * L. M. COXETTER.
March 7 3
To Flour Buyers.
; rr /V BRTJS. St. Louis FLOUR, Extra Familv,
OV./ IAO Bids. B iltimoro Extra Flour,
127 Ut ls. Super and Fine Flour,
! Fresh grotind and selected carefully. For salo at
ju ices ranging from $7..00 to (13.00 per bbl., by
March li 12 _ _ E. S I'ENJIOUSE.
Spring Seed Oats.
i*f\(\ HUSSELS Prime North Carolina and
Ul M t Maryland SEED OATS, for salo bv
Feb 19 _ E A G. D. HOPE.
OF BANK OF THE STATE BILLS, signed by
Niles (?. Parker, State Treasurer, bought by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
March fi 5 8 Broad ftrnot. Charleston. S. C.
Bank Hills. Bank Bills,
OF ALL Kt ND 3-Bought at highest rates, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Brokor,
March 5.r) 8 Broad strcot. Charleston, H. C.
SACKS first rato North Caro"ina BUCK?
WHEAT, at $4.00 per 100. For salo by
lt. O'NEALE A SON,
March ,r> Cotton Town.
Soap 1 Soap ! !
pr f\ BOXES Coburn Familv SOAP, known hero
Ov/ tofore as tho Soap ?old by Mr. R. C. Shiver,
ju*t received and for sale low, bv
Feb 0 J. AT. R. AONKW._
\VE HAVE ON HANI) AND WILL
CONTINUE TO RECEIVE FROM THE
WESTERN BACON PACKERS,
A FINE STOCK OF
CLEAR RIB SIDES,
BREAKFAST STRIPS, HAMS,
DRY SALTED BACON,
OF ALL KINDS.
ALSO, ON nAND,
300 BBLS. FLOUR,
OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
WK AUK PBEFABJCD TO Oi-KEit INDUCEMKNTH.
D. C. PEIXOPTO A SON,
March C Commission Merchants.
IWI LL offer, at public sale, at Fairfield Valley,
Jackson County, N. C., on the 8th day of
APRIL ucxt, all tho REAL ESTATE of W, O.
Killgoro, deceased, amounting to about 3,GOO
acres, more or less; sold under an order of Court,
with will a.incxed; with one-tenth paid in hand, to
defray expenses; ono-half of tho remainder on &
credit of six months, and tho other half on a
credit of twelve months. Tho purchaser giving
bond, with approved necurity, over tho homestead;
the Administrator withholding tillo nntilourchaso
money i* paid. WM. NORTON,
Feb 20 s4 Adminisl rater.
PURE Extract of CALVES FEET, tor making a
nutritious jolly, and for improving Soups and
Paro Extract of Yandia, Lemon and Pino Appia,
Pearl Barley, Tapioca, Sago, Arrow-root, Choco?
late, Broma, Cocoa.
Coxo'a Sparkling Gelatine, for making JoUy.
Blanc Mange, Cream?. For ?ale by
Jan 10 t FISHER A UKIN USU, Druggists.