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PARIS, Ootober ll-Mid-night.
Prince Napoleon bas yielded to the per?
emptory order of tho Government and
PARIS, October 12.-Tho new postal
treaty between Franco and tho United
States has been negotiated. It fixes
letter postage at eight cents for o no-third
of au ounce; and newspaper postage,
which was eight, is reduced to three
cents. Begi3tored letters und tho trans?
mission of patterns uro also provided for.
Prince Napoleon will bo escorted to
the frontier by a military guard.
MADRID, Ootober 12.-A Republican
insurrection has broken oat among the
troops garrisoning the arsenal at Verrai,
in the proviuco of Corunna. Tho Go?
vernment ha9 despatched a force of
troops to tho town, and summary mea?
sures will be at once adopted to suppress
Later details have boon received of the
revolutionary outbreak at Ferroll. The
garrison of tho fortress and the crow of
the Spanish war steamer Majerdo, con?
tinue to withstand the overtures of the
rebels, and remains faithful to tho Go?
vernment, notwithstanding the insur?
gents had succeoded in gaining posses?
sion of the gun-boats, which anchored
in the harbor. They also obtained pos?
session of the light-bouse, and impri?
soned the keeper. Bjthoio means, they
have dosed the port, so that the Govern?
ment reinforcements cannot reach tho
placo by sea. When the Minister of the
Colonies announced the facts in tho
Cortes, tho Aluhonista and Republican
deputies took oooasioa to disavow any
complicity of their partisan with the
movement, and declaro their sympathy
with tho Government ns against the in?
LONDON, Ootober 12.-A severe storm
bas prevailed on tho coast, during the
past twenty-four boura. Several disas?
ters to shipping in the British Channel
America.ii 31 a tte ru.
CHARLESTON, Ootober 12.-Arrived
steamship James Adger, New York.
NEW YORK. Ootober 12 -The Work
ingmen's Union nominated Jas. O'Brien
Tammany nominated Abraham R.
Lawrance for Mayor.
CAIRO, October 12.-Maldefassi, to?
bacco agent for the Italian Government,
and a lady were killed this morning on
the Paducah and Elizabethtown Road.
The ladies' oar fell forty feet, bottom
np. Severul ladies were severely wound
INDIANAPOLIS, Ootober 12.-The fol
lowing are majorities in the Congres
sioual Districts, nearly official: For Con?
gressmen-First District, Democratic
143; Second District, Democratic, 4,348
Third District, Demoomtio. 997; Fourtl
District, Republican. 397; Fifth Dis
triot, Republican, 821; Sixth District
Republican, 859; Seventh District, Re
publican, 403; Eighth District, Republi
can, 3,000; Ninth District, Republican
500; Tenth Distriot, Republican, 967
Eleventh District, Republican, 826.
NEW YORK, October 12.-On Thursday
night, a gang of ruffians made a despe
rate attempt to wreck a train on th>
Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad
near Patterson, N. J. Thoy piled rock
on the track, and would have been sue
cessful but for their discovery by th
CLEVELAND, Ootober 12.-The Catho
Ho Total Abstinence Union of Amerio
elected the following officers: Presiden
-Rev. James MoDevitb, of Washington
vice-President-Robert Wilson, of Ne'
York; Secretary-R. J. O. Dazeratt, t
Washington; Treasurer-Thomas I
Noran, of Providence; Sergeant-at-Arct
J. D. Hawley, of Philadelphia. Tb
convention then adjourned, to meet i
LOUISVILLE, Ootober 12.-An unfinisl
ed building fell to-day, crushing tl
adjoining house. The father, mother,
girl of six and a baby wore killed at tl
supper table; two others died of their ii
juries. J. C. Webb'a printing office wi
ST. LOUIS, October 12.-The vigilant
committee of LaFayette County kill?
two horse thieves.
Fifteen business houses at White Ha
111., wore burned to-day.
ST. LOUIS, Ootober 12.-Tho Cottt
Association gave its annual banquet, la
night, at Sangerfest Hall, to the cott<
growers who exhibit cotton at the 8
Lonis Fair. About 1,000 persor
representing the cotton interests of t
South and commercial interests of ?
Louis and the West, vere present. T
sweepstake premium of $1,000 for t
best bale of long or short staple cottc
was awarded to J. G. Yeiser, of P<
NEW YORK, October 12.-The yac
Dreadnought won the ocean race, of 2
miles, in twenty-five hours five minot
boating the yacht Palmer.
The weekly comparativo cotton sta
ment, sent out last night, should be c
rooted to read: Exports for the wt
36,821; total for the year 91,456.
LEWISTON, ME., Ootober 12.-1
first severe frost occurred last nig
Vegetation was cut and ioo formed
SAN FRANCISCO, October 12-1
Board of Supervisors having failed
over-ride Mayor Alvord's veto of
order favoring a subsidy of $2,500,001
the Central Pacific Railroad Company
* is dead, and cannot be revived.
BANOOR, MAINE, Octobor 12.-'
Schwartz block was burned to-day;
surunoe $88,000. The loss is very bea
Falling walla killed ono and hurt scve
WASHINGTON, Ootober 12.-Evcnin
The cable from Aspiuwall to Jami
is open for business.
The success of the weather bureai
forecasting frosts bas been parti
tosted. The signal o(Bco has just
another very deoided success in its
role of adapting its probabilities to
wants of agriculture. This time it
nearly two days ahead of Jack Fi
whoso visitations Lavo been very exten?
sive within the past twenty-four hours.
It is believed that this new ability of the
weather reports in announcing severe
frosts will enuble horticulturists aud
farmers generally to save many of their
products from untimely blight, and
greatly enhance tho valuo of the proba?
bilities in tho eyes of tho eutire moral
The departments will be closed on
Monday and draped for thirty days, in
respect for Soward. His last words were,
"Love ono another."
Probabilities-The barometer will pro?
bably rise on tho lakes by Sunday, with
Northerly to Westerly winds und clearing
weather, but occasional light ruins. Ou
tho lower lakes, and thence over tho
Middle and Eastern States, falling ba?
rometer, brisk Southerly to Westerly
wiuds, with threatening weather and oc?
casional rata belts, extending to Wost
Virginia aod tho Ohio Valley. Io tho
North-west aud upper Mississippi Valley,
Northerly to Westerly winds, increasing
pressure, and cooler and partly cloudy
weather. lu tho South Atlantic and
Gulf States, light Northerly to Easterly
winds, and generally clear weather,
unless with cloudiness on tho Gulf coasts,
aud winds possibly veering to Southerly
on the South Atlantic.
ATLANTA, October 12.-The State Fair
opens on Monday, tho 14th, and con?
tinues the entire week. The number of
entries exceeds that of auy previous
your. The Fair promises to be a great
Financial un.? Commercial.
LONDON, Ootober 12-Nooa.-Consols
92 3?; ?s 89^.
LIVERPOOL, October 12-3 P. M.
Cotton opeaed nod closed quiet und
6teady-uplauds 95-?@9^; Orleuos lU(?)
lOjfj', sales 12,000 balee; speculation and
NEWYOKK, October 12-Nooo.-Gold
steady, at 12^(^12%. GoverumuatE
dull but steady. State hoads steady.
Mooey 4. Exchange-long 8*?; shorl
lO^f. Cotton firm; sales 1,198 bales
middling uploads 19.%; Orleans 19Jg\
Flour and wheat quiet aud firm. Corn
dull aod unchanged. Pork dull, at 14.2E
@14.30. Freights dull. Lard steady
7 P. M.-Cotton firm; sales 2.35S
bales-19^? for middling uplands; 19Ji
for Orleans. Flour Arru ead iu fair ex
port demaod. Wheat about lo. lowei
aad ia very moderate export demand,
Corn lesa active and unchanged. Pori
quiet aad firm. Lard firm. Freight!
lower. Cottoa-per sail *^o. Groceriei
steady. Cotton receipts to-day-oet 2(
bides; gross 1,773. Sales of futures to
day 8,900 bales, as follows: Ootobei
18#@18%; November 18)?@18*?; De
cember 18??@18??; January 18%; Feb
mary 19 L-16@19*?; March 19 15-16
April 20J?. Money closed at 3@4
Sterling quiet aad steady. Gold 12^ (3
12%. Governments steady. Stutes dull
7 P. M.-The bank statement shows 1
decrease in loans of 81,500,000; inareasi
io speoie $2,250,000; increase ia deposit
$3,500,000; increase ia legal tender
83,875,000; the statement shows a gail
of $500,000 ia reserve.
LOUISVILLE, Ootober 12.-Flour scare
-extra family firstname.lastname@example.org. Cora firm
mixed and white 46@47. Supply 0
provisions nearly exhausted and price
very firm. Pork email@example.com. Bacon
Bboulders 1%\ olear rib sides 11??; clea
Bides 12, pucked. Lard 9 h.'(mil; smu!
orders ^'u. higher. Whiskey firm, a
CINCINNATI, Ootober 12.-Flour quic
aud unchanged. Coru quiet aud weat
at 42. Pork strong and stock scarco, e
14.00. Lard firm-sales of summer 1
7%; kettle 8. Bacon firm-jobbers' salt
of shoulders 1%\ sides held firm; offei
ings light; clear rib sides ll'si; eleu
sides 12. Whiskey firm, at 88.
BALTIMORE, October 12.-Cotton qnii
-middling 18??@19; receipts 193 bale
sales 105; stock 1,690. Floor qaie
Wheat dull. Corn quiet and scare
Provisions firmer, bat not quotab
higher. Whiskey steady.
CHARLESTON, Ootober 12.-Cottc
firm-ordinary 16>?@17; good ordinal
17^?17^; low mtddliog 17#; mi.
diing 16; receipts 1,810 bales; sales 50
NEW ORLEANS, Ootober 12.-Cottc
strong and ia fair demaad-good ore
aary YJ%'t low middling 18^'@18^
middling 18-J^; receipts 3,000 bales; e
ports 3,780; sales to-day 1,500; last eve
iug 2,700; stook 68,350.
NORFOLK, Ootober 12.-Cotton fir
and offerings light-ordinary 14@1
good ordinary 17>?; low middling 18
181 e ; receipts 1,075 bales; sales 21
stock 5,405; exports 1,600.
PHILADELPHIA, Ootober 12.-Cott
quiet aad steady-middliog 19Jy@19
BOSTON, October 12.-Cotton firm
middling 19%; receipts 426 bales; sa
250; stock 3,500.
WILMINGTON, Ootober 12.-Cottoa fi
-middliog 18; receipts 3,289 bales; <
ports 294; Bales 101; stock 289.
AUGUSTA, October 12.-Cottou qu
aod firm-middliog 17^?17%; reooi]
1,429; Bales 1.319.
MOBILE, October 12.-Cottoa qu
aod firm-good ordinary 17>4*, low m
dliug 17%; middliog 18%; reooipts 1,4
bales; exports 945; sales 400; etc
SAVANNAH, October 12.-Cottoa aot
and oiVeriugs fair-good ordiuary 17
low midiliugl7%@17%; middliog 18
sales 1,300; stock 34,975.
GALVESTON, October 12. - Cot
steady-ordinary 15%?15!?; good
diuary 16;?; receipts 1,188 halon; sc
600; stock 20,188.
Woodford Couaty, Ky., has a bac
tor who has courted one lady uusucc
fully for twonty-seveu years, and is 1
If Adam is accountable for "001
queatiat damages" ho will have n ro
timo of it.
Did any ono ever seo flour made f:
wild oats which people sow in t
JV Terrible Shipwreck-Discovery of an
Abandoned Vcsael at Sea-Tb? Crew
Starved to Death.
Mr. James Dugan, who arrived in New
York from Sydney, Cape Breton, the
other day, gives the following additional
particulars of tho disaster heretofore re?
ported of tho wrecked brig, which tho
schooner Lancaster (in which Mr. Dugan
was passenger) came up with and board?
ed on Thursday, tho 10th of September:
Ou tho night of tho 18th ultimo, a
j strong head wind prevailed. At differ?
ent periods, tho captain's attention wan
drawn to a mysterious object, now off
' tho port und now off tho starboard bow.
Tho look-outs were continually reporting
the black hull that kept in sight all the
time, until the captain gave his opinion
that the object seeu ahead was a dis
mueted and deserted vessel. Just after
dawn, the unknowu object hove in sight
again; but nono of those on watch could
distinctly make out what it wus. The
captain, however, satisfied himself that
it was uu abandoned vessel. While at
breakfast, tho second mute, Mr. Prior,
hurried into tho cabin, and nddreseiug
himself to tho captain, said: "There's
au ubandoned hull adrift off the star?
board qnarter; ber spars aro gouo, and
she looks to havo been a brig jr brigan?
Soon after Capt. Martin went on deck,
the boll of u largo craft was plainly dis?
cernible off the starboard quarter, about
two points to the Northward. That the
dismasted vessel had been deserted,
Ibero was no qaestiou, tho heavy mass
being tossed about like a log. The cap?
tain gave orders to bear away for the
wreck, and at mid-day, the schooner
Lancaster was broadside of the aban?
On boarding it a dismal sight present?
ed itself. Splintered spars, entangled in
canvas and rigging gear, and the planks
of a boat torn asunder by tho wind and
sea, were scattered around in sad con?
fusion. Moro dismal were tho scene."
whioh further investigation brought to
light. Below a heap of motley rigging,
und brokeu by tho weight of a spat
which luy across it, were the bones of o
human being-a skeleton. The skull
and bones had been crushed almost ou c
level with tho dook. Shreds of cunvat
trowsers and a Guernsey frock wert
fouud among aud near tho skeletons.
A slight covering of crisped flesh rc
maiued on four of tho skeletons, ?how
ing that they hud died more recently
than the other two. Many of th?
utensils of the galley were fouud, uni
Captain Martin made a strict searcl
among them to assure himself whethei
there had been any food on board at thi
timo ot the death of these men. Not i
single remaining pot or vessel of an;
nature in the oooking department of tin
ill-fated craft contained the least partid
of food. This discovery seemed ti
satisfy the captain that all on board ha?
perished from hunger, having failei
after months of eager expectation am
short allowance, to meet with any help
ing baud. Tho spcotaole on board th
dreary sepnlohral hull was at least ap
The hardy sailors themselves scenic
to sicken at tho revolting disclosure
and an ominous silence seemed to btw
been spontaneously determined ou b
the living ones who stood among th
skeletons of the drifting hull. It wc
ascertained that the vessel had been ri(
ged a brig. The hull bore no name o
its sternpost. On the bowsprit the wor
"G'oualvon" was barely legible. In tl
forecastle, which was almost filled wit
water, n most unearthly stench wus di
covered, and only two men could I
found to enter and remain long enoug
inside to report on what they bad see
there. There were two corpses on tl
floor and one stretched across a bun!
These sad relios wero removed on dec!
and the nine bodies wero arranged i
lino and covered in canvas by tho ca
Tho wheel-houso had been carrit
away, and tho fastenings of tho rudd
brokeu. This, as thc captain remarks
was tho work of Bomo tremendous sc
The foremast had been cut away to sa
tho vessel from foundering-ono of tl
extremest emergencies in a hurricane
sea. Tho jibboom was gone, and t
entire craft, ns she then appeared, w
the most complete wreck Captain Mart
had seen or heard of in his nautical t
perience of nearly forty years.
Entering the cabin, a foul odor w
discovered, but not intense enough
forbid a thorough investigation. 1
wurd the end of tho steps leading do'
to the cabin a fetid pool of water v
seen, and the men had to wado thron
it in order to reaoh every portion of t
cabin. Betweon a stationary table a
a couch, tho heud of a corpse protrud
from a berth in the wall, and, wL
brought on deck, it was found to be i:
state ot decay. A buttoned jacket
good material, blue pantaloons, a flan
shirt, marked "T. F.," and ono bo
oovered the corpso. Tho chronomc
in the cabin pointed to <!>.< o'clock, t
on the stationery table was an oj
Bible turned downward, a revolver w
two chambers loaded, and n bottle c
tainiug a piece of paper, upon wh
was written, "Jesus, guide thia to sc
helper. Merciful God, don't let us
rish." Tho words wero detaohod, an
hiatus ocenrrod between every two
three of thom, which showed thut
writer must havo boen either in tho 1
est stago of debility, or driven to a
ness by hunger. In tho captain's et
room his corp.- o was found lying ben
the floor, as though he hod fallen fi
weakness, while struggling with f
hopo to save himself und mon. On
bed wero scattered books, pnpors,
but one shoot attracted particular at
tion. It was dated
MARTINIQUE, May 30, 187
DEAR KATE: I will post this letter
to sccuro you of my woll being, bu
not attempt to hazard an answer to
port as you will not find me hero a \
hence. I have kept all my strong
mises to you, in spite of a thousand
advices from my comrades. I dri
little beer, bat that is alb Your preci?os
photograph is a silent little angel-ut
least 1 think it so-and I read your let?
ters over a hundred and a hundred times
again. You say in yours dated from No.
IU Hope ? trent, Liverpool, that tho old
man was altogether turned in my favor
when ho heard of my having passed the
board. Now, miud and keep him so
until I get home agaiu, when everything
will be comfortable and jolly. Write to
Hal's address in St. John, New Bruns?
wick, for, should it reach mo there, Hal,
ut least, will know where I am. Wish?
ing yon good health, and cheerfulness,
and good fortune, my own dalling Katie,
I um, forever, your own Hilbert.
ROBERT C. HART.
The ship's regular papers were not
fou uti open; but Capt. Martiu took in
charge a neut writiug desk found in the
captain's trunk aud locked. There was
a slate on the table in the cabin, which
table was covered by guards, such as uro
used at meals in stormy weather. The
slate, intended for taking down the log
in rongb, contained ouly blurred figures
aud illegible writiug. The captain's
trunk contained numerous letters, which
Capt. Martiu intends io give up to the
authorities of Sj du ey.
Toward 3 o'clock, a dead calm pre?
vailed, and the boat's company that
went on board tho dismal wreck rowed
back to procure something to eat and
drink. At 7 P. M., tho calm continu?
ing. Captain Martin proposed to set out
for tho ill-fated vessel agaiu, to perform
tho sorrowful services of a burial at sea.
For coffins, a quantity of old canvas was
brought, and rude bags were quickly
formed out of that muten d. At half
past 8 o'clock, the palo moon Bhining
solemnly over that lonely sepulchre of
tho sea, a long board was laid upon a
sound portion of the bulwarks, und two
bags, to which weights were tied, were
laid dowu, und rattled ns they fell. A
lump was held by a sailor on each sido
of the temporary heurso, and utter Capt.
Marlin hud read tho usual servico, tho
plunk was lifted upwards, whereupon
tho coffin bags and skeletons slid into
tho sea. The ceremony over, the party
put back agaiu for the Lancaster, happy
to quit the gloomy craft that harbored
so many dead, heard so many dying
groans, and such awful roaring of the
wind und sea that had caused all that
death and destruction.
The New York Herald says that the
"foulest Hood of personal abuso has
poured from a eily daily of Euglish pro?
clivities and English management."
Which its name is the Times.
A too-much-married Georgia gentle?
man is involved in a little legal difficulty
ou account of having cowhided his
mother-in-law and all ber daughters, in?
cluding bis wife.
This is a Western item: "Kemp's
brewery, with $35,003 of prospective
lager, went up iu a fiery chariot, at Du?
buque, last week."
A Bwarm of wasps attacked Lord Kerr's
division in the recent English maana
vres and drove tho invaders from the
The Ilouse working iu the interest
of tho manses, selling goods at 1 ' A1 It
THICKS, dealing honestly, and adver?
tising a liberal ulanda rd for business
as "live and hit livo," endeavoring to
instill buainoas rules and principles
amongst our rising population, and
earnest, vigorous energy in all our
dealings. lt. c. SHIVER & CO.
Ilaving reached tho fountain bead in
buying our goods, and buying very
much larger qu Ottilien of goods than
tir>u il, with amide facility and abund?
ant capital at our disposal, we sro
prepared to assort that wo can savo
moro money thau ever for our patrons
this season,and for every ?10.00 spent
with us, wo firmly bolievo that we can
savo tho buyer 11.09, or 10 por cent.
Oet 13 it. c. SHIVER ?St co.
Ia and Slide in prices
o? all goods at
H. C. Shiver & Co.'s.
The Palace Dr
Goods House the insti
tution of Columbia,
H. C. Shiver & Co.'s,
The F eopl e 9 s Dry
H.. C. Shiver ?Sc Co.'s.
The People's Shoe and Hat
R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
? The Ladies' Dress-Making
land Millinery Headquarters,
I R. G. SHIVER & CO.'S.
FlRE ON THE NORTH-EASTERN RAIL
I?OAI).-On last Wednesday night, says
the Charleston Courier, on incendiary
set fire to the gin house of Mr. A. J. At?
kins, ut "Coward's," on the North-east?
ern Railroad, causing tho destruction of I
tho building, containing four bags of sea |
island cotton, a new gin, worth $200,
and iuvolviog a loss of nearly $800.
DIED OF HIS WOUND.-Alexander Gale,
tho colored boy (says the Charleston
Courier) who was stubbed at ouo of the |
phosphate works, beyond the corporate
limits, on Wednesday, by a colored man
hythe name of Peter Davis, has sd leo
di d at the C. ty Hospital.
A woman has applied to tho mayor of
Chicago to bo appointed on the polico
A New Jersey locomotive lately drew
Reven loaded oars a distance of fifty
miles in forty-five minutes.
"No cows, no cream," was the way an
intelligent compositor set up the words
"No cross, no crown."
A woman in Harrisburg broko her
arm tho other day, while spanking her
In New Orleans, on Tuoadaj evening. Oc?
tober 1, hv Itov. H. 8. JacohB. THEODORE
MARKS to ADELAIDE F., daughter of Elias
Pollock, of Columbia, ti. 0. No cards.
Myrtle Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
k THE regalar convocation of thia
ALodgo will he hold TO-MORROW
} Monday) E YEN INO, at 7$ o'clock, at
Masouic Hall. By ordur.
L. M. HOLLAND,
Oct 13 1 Recording Scribe.
.W The Knight Dorree will bo conferred.
KITTS COUNTRY RU FTE ll, for cook
mg purpose*. HOPE A GYLES.
EN DRKSS-MAKEHS. Applv to
OctJ3_2_ *?t<R. C. 811 IVER A- CO.
FINE NORTHERN FRUIT,
conaisting of APrLE8, Cranber?
ries, luscious Foara, Lomon?, Co
ooanuts, Grapes, and a crate of I
white-head Cabbage, for salo low
E. E. DAVIS * CO.
THE undersigned having thia day formed a
LAW PARTNERSHIP, under the firm
name of BAXTER & SEIBEL8, will practice
in the Probate and Circuit Couria of the
state. JAME8 M. BAXTER,
J. T SEIBEL8.
Office for tho present with Meaars. Seibela
Sc F.zoll, Brokers.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., October 13. 1872. Oct 13
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
To the Commissioners of Election:
IN accordance with Section 3 of Article 9, of
the General Btatutea of thia ?tato, you I
aro hereby notified and required to cauao an
electiou to bo held in vour respective Counties I
ou tho first TUESDAY following thu first |
Monday of November next, being the fifth
day of tho month aforesaid, for sovuu (7) per?
sons aa Electora of President and Vice-Presi?
dent of tho United BtateB.
Now, theruforo, 3 ou and each of you are
horebv require 1, with strict regard to tho
providions of tho Constitution and lawB of I
this State, touching your duty in such oaBe,
to cauao auch election to be held in your re?
spective Countiea on tho day aforesaid, and
fur thc ascertaining aud determining tho per
aunt) who ahall have been duly elected thereat.
All bar-rooma and drinking saluons ahall
be closed on tho day of election, and any per
goii who shall Bell any intoxicating drinks on
that dav, shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor,
and ou conviction thereof, shall bo fined in a
sum not ICBB than ono hundred dollars, or
bc imprisoned for a period not less than ono
month, nor moro than six mouths,
lu testimony whereof, 1 havo hcrountOBct my
hand, and canned the groat seal ol tho
Htato to bo iftixod, at Columbia, thia
[r.. H.] 9th dey of Octuber, A. D. 1872, and in
tho nii-ety-Boventh year of tho Inde
pondeneo Of tho United States of Ame?
rica.. ROBERT K. SCOTT,
F. L. CAnDOZJ, Secrotary of State.
OFFICE BoAnn OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September G, 1872.
ARCHITECTS aro requested to tubmit
plans for a new COURT HOUSK, for
Richland County, 011 or before the 15TH DAY
of October noxt. Said building ia to contain
odious for Clerk of Court, Sheriff, Commia
aiouera, Judge of I'robato,Troasurer, Auditor |
and Coroner. Coat not to oxcood $30,000. i<??
Tho Commissioners reservo tho right to r
iect any or all plans submitted.
JOHN H. BUY ANT, Chairman,
J. J. GOODWIN.
Sept 10 i _Commissioners.
Distillod by tho Proprietors,
AT SCHIEDAM, II* HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warranted porfectly pure, aud fi co from all I
deleterious substances. It is distilled from
BAULKY of tho finest qnality, and tho AROMA- |
j TIC JUNIPER BEBB? OF ITALY and designed
I expressly for cases of Dyspepsia or Indiges?
tion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Generali
Dobility, Catarrh of tho Bladder, Pains in tho
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