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The New York Times announces as a proof re
of "rts.rning reason," consequent on the ti
yaieal victory ta the recent election, that p]
" Wade t Hampton and other prominent oi
Democrats " had waited on the so-called gov- st
ernor of South Carolina, and notified to that sl
delectaile specimen of effioresoent carpet-bag- he
gery " teir acceptance of the situation, and re
their purpoe hereafr eaombe eppositiom w
within lkajeabee and Iawfal limits." e:
Tbis announcement I. anything but a proof V
of returning reason on the part of the Times. p
It is, on the contrary, only another illustration a
of the >Mavish imbecility and stupid knavery ti
which 4 characterized that journal. The Ih
simple-,ninded people on whom the Times i
has imposed its platitudes for principle, and a
its sneaking Badialism for genuine conserva- b
tism, would be apt to imagine from the'above d
statement that Wade Hampton and his fellow- ii
Democats of South Carolina had called on B
the so-aled governor for the purpose of con- d
feasiag their sins, and seeking grace and ab- c
solution at his hands-a confession equiva
lent to an admission that they had all
the time been conoerned in a conspiracy to I
ipvolve the country in another war
and kt oppose the Republican party by unlaw
ful means. Now, this is simply ridieunous. i
Wade Hampton and his friends were guilty
of no such ineffable folly. They are neither
so stqpid nor so unprincipled as the Times
would induce its readers to believe. What I
the Times means by "accepting the situa
tion', we do not know. Perhaps the situa
tion jas handed round by Gov. Scott on a
silve salver, and was accoepted by his guests 1
in thl shape of a glass of sherry and bitters, or
of oI Bourbon ; and we venture to say that 1
they dd not and will not accept any other
ladtf situation. If the Times means that
they or any of the rest of the Southern white
peop.e intend to acknowledge the justice and I
valid t of the Radical scheme of suffrage, I
with'its concomitant carpet-baggery and negro
suprhasey, or that they will remit their oppo
sitio' to the fraudulent State governments I
whib have been imposed on them, and 1
to the party by which the infamous pro- I
Ject uas consummated, it will soon see the
evidnee that it is very seriously in error.
to the arrogant and insolent assump- 4
tion4that the Southern people are necessarily I
rb 4 and traitors and bad citizens because 1
they decline to vote the Republican ticket, it I
is ta to abandon such profitless nonsense.
The people of the South intend to maintain
thete political opinions, and to act upon them
in toe future with quite as much resolution as
in past. They do not see that the elec.
tiom, of General Grant, accomplished as it was
by gersistent falsehood, and by the suppres.
sio of the public voice in seven States, proves
then to be sanguinary ruffians, and contuma
cia conspirators, any more than the defeat
of :the Confederate armies proved the Con
fetrate cause to have been unjust. They
adnit the fact of the election just as they
admitted the fact of the defeat, but they do
i intend to become Radicals any more for
one reason than for the other.
1jI Sravr CxraIi COMMITrEE.-Thlis ex
..ent organization was eloquently defended
ics the State convention yesterday. A
re solution was tendered by General B. B.
Spmes, of Pointe Coupee, thanking the com
$ttee in the name of the Democratic party of
tge State, for the tireless energy, the good
jtdgment and the oonciliatory measures which
oiginated in that body and were carried out
4 a tiaumphant conclusion.
*The resolution was earnestly and elo
qtently supported by the Hon. George W.
]aoe, one of the vice presidents, and the
on. J. O. Fuquas, chairman of the commit
on resolutions. General Simmes also
soke with great effect in favor of the Cen
tThese gentlemen, who are among the most
laiential and intelligent members of the
a convention, spoke at length of the ser
,ees performed by the Central Committee.
"1r. Bace said, "Success in a military man is
an ltericta of his ability, and so. was it with
tje Central Committee. The splendid major
ly achieved by the Demooratio party in
]~ouisian isan evidence of the worth of the
ommittee's exertions, and a finer tribute
ould not be paid to any body of men."
Mr. Ellison, of the first ward, s.lso defended
the Central Comnittee with great effect. The
language and arguments of these gentlemen
rere so convincing that the resolution passed
with perfect unanimity.
The ordinance providing for the issue of
three millions of dollars of city bonds to ab
iorb and redeem city notes, was presented to
the BoDe of Assistant Aldermen last evening.
It was meOded by .trihing out the section
iproviding for a tax of dtper ceat. on all city
mo eattanding after the 1st of Jamsary.
'The ordinance as amended was concurred
,in by the Boaad of Aldermen, and we now
look ibr the mayor's proclamation ordering an
election for the ratification or rejection of
the ordinance by the quafied voters of the
Carr. aunur arPo·r.--avrtng, at the re
quest of numerous friends engaged in the Texas
tMade, itroduced lato our letter sheet Prices
Crres tall an aseet weekly report of
eeslpts, prtces ead stoks of all grades of satse,
r seed. are aifrmed that hereafter thie t
s Et ea rms epeat shall reslve espeal
attealIas We-eaom ly peb~ Ml f n ll cma Sat
ar lC~t , bowever, ad parties reqoirlag
asm 3s5lld A d sed their orders arly om
lhsay, pel i they wat their bei s.
Tw orye~ uagLm hea d oavery
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tbmhel O mWh se q
sae t-- set mea UEUC *e hs W
ah ahe the pe rtm hs
whIS as ass sees .e.
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!8Y fa3IliK AND C1U" wA1um
flida is obvisamy i" .pemadam sau n
esabetesry state, notwhatabdlh the soonm- jN
pshed re alsda, bahiess, of which t
she has been the theater. Cuba is manifbratly g
in a bad way, despite the refomatory pro f
gramme which the provisional govuament of z
the mother country has uanounced for the e
paeification of the disaffected and insm ee- t
tionary clsses in that long atgovreead,
oppressed and plundered colonp As far as
nAmerican interests a well as Cuban interests a
are concerned, the chief impatanoe of the
Spanish question is the relation which that 1
question bears to the situation and destiny of
Cuba. It is quite clear that, viewed in this
relation, the aspect of affairs in Spain is far
less auspicious and su$ring than it was im
mediately after the succeesful coup d'etal
against the Bourbon dynasty. There was
something suspicious in the facility of that
revolutionary stroke. It was not the comple
tion of a drama, but only the first act; the
plot is yet to be unfolded; the catastrophe no
one can precisely ;divine; while, as each new
scene opens, the prospect is more and more
shrouded with doubts and gloomy appre
hensions. It now appears that the
revolution was as superficial as it
was esy. It deotdad nothing hut the
expulsion of the Bourbons from power.
Whether Spain shall be monarchical or re
publican ; if the latter, whether she shall be
a federal or a consolidated republic, are ques
tions which are scarcely nearer to defimte so
lution at this moment than they were the day
when Queen Isabella fled from her kingdom,
and left a vacant throne to perplex, and per
haps distract, the revolutionary co.dition that
dethroned her. If any progress has been made,
it would seem to be, from latest accounts from
Madrid, towards the installation of a new
dynasty, and the perpetuation of monarchi
cal government, without fundamental change
in any important particular. Now such a re
sult would be peculiarly unfavorable to the
hopes of the Cubans. Nothing short of com
plete independence of the mother country
can secure to them the franchises and the gua
rantees that they so greatly need, except such
a political conversion as will make Spain,
whether nominally a republic or a monarchy,
so far in point of fact a representative repub
lic that Cubans may participate, on an
equal footing with the most favored
of the Spanish population, in shaping
its laws and deciding its policy. The en
thusiastic demonstration at Madrid in favor
of a monarchy must sound to the Cubans like
the knell to any dream that they may have
cherished of political regeneration and com
mercial liberation as a part of the Spanish
dominions. They can hardly now do less
than view with suspicion the reforms pro
mised under the administration of Captain
General Dulce, whose advent to the island ap
pears to be intentionally delayed in the hope
that the insurrection may be repressed by
fair promises until the home government is
sufficiently settled and invigorated to deal
with the insurgents with the strong hand.
But will it be possible to cajole the
Cubans into quiet acquiescence in the inde
finite prolongation of a period of taxation and
non-representation ? This they may as
suredly depend upon,U that unless, in the
tiret flush of its liberal impulses, the new
government shall give them substantial
pledges of the desiderated reforms, it will be
vain to look afterwards to that quarter for
voluntary measures designed to effect such a
change in their situation that they would no
longer be exposed hereafter to the evils of
I colonial dependency, evils which they have
so bitterly and so long experienced in the
MIcanwhile, all is uncertain, or worse than
uncertain, as regards the relations of Cuba
and Spain. It becomes every day more evi
dent that the interests, as the ultimate destiny
of Cuba are identified with this continent,
and not with any part of the old world. The
sooner she is cut loose from her present
anomalous connection, the speedier will be
her entrance into her proper pathway of com.
mercial prosperity and political redemption.
A sagacious policy on the pilrt of the S,nish
. government would anticipate this event, and
smooth the way for its inevitable approach.
If the new rulers of Spain will look facts
squarely in the face, and obtain the largest
indemnity possible for the final relinquish
ment of the island; and the only quarter to
which they could look for such indemnity
would be the United States.
The New York Times says that Gen. Granti
did not seek the presidency, but the presi
dency sought him. Not to put too fine a
point upon it, this is simply bosh-unmiti
gated and immitigable bosh. If the presi
dency sought Grant, it had very little trouble
in finding him. Like the ancient virgins
mentioned by Byron, he was a good deal
more than anxious to be found. Indeed, if
ever a man schemed and intrigued for an
oftice, that man was the " General Cornm
manding our Armies," when once he got the
presidency in his eye. If Grant ever had
any politics, he was a Democrat; and yet he
sacrificed his political principles with a
facility which would have been credlitable to
the most persistent office-hunter. If he had
any opinions on reconstruction, they were
those of Mr. Johnson; and yet he swallowed
the Radical platform without a grimace.
If he had any opinions about
the South, it was that the people of the South
ern States ought to have been immediately re
.tord to an their rights in the Union; and
yet he allied himself with a party which
Ssystematically exlohded them from the Union,
and deliberately deprived them of their politi
e alrights. If he had any views on the ques
Stien of negro suffrage, he was opposed to it;
a ndyet he became the candidate of a party
which invented and established negro suf
Sfrsage for no other purpose than to perpetuate
its own power and to aid in electing its candi
date to the presidency. In short, Grant's
political history is a record of tergiversation
consistent only with tntelleetual imbecility or
Sinordinate and unprincipled ambition. It
may be the one; it may be the other; it is
Twa Nw Orsarus Cowow Cncr. ars n
Mancauts' An B·ossau' Pawcas Ccaassr.
la er weekly semiary, aturday, the th inst.,
we sal . that with a view of aenoemmodatng
r p om, we ld leMase a mlarge member of
extdruesrhelrs, wh usteimr private c rat. Na
Ilg des as, hewevar, mad ees the wholly failed
te omt the sheet ham demeds mpeg on
preIsmes pto 11 o'elk, r.. mof the date re
urred toe, we arse eselded to ~sget our r.
I mrms sme t m t ltat r g ur, lur elltg
dersmd aat msupies w m be aeem
medatad at say Utie ae Wednlesays et ater
Iav. ear remist days of ~blieslsa.
- m --uwt wuwmf---:
The DemoeratSc tb OeavintiOn d
joaaed yestdq after havn eompletedthe TI
business whist lbheght the members to
gether. The address and resoluteons will be
found in the published proceedings this
morning. We comme them to the osusid
eration of our readers. It will be seen that
they are calm and temperate in language, .,
whilst they give expressio to the feelings ber
and wishes of the people of the State. The pr.
address, if we may so call the report of the Nao
committee made to the convention, very just- t
ly says that ' sooner or later the present oor- e°
rupt and imbecile State government mlug t
cease to exist." The question is how to ar- "
rive at that result in a manner consistent ,
with the peace and dignity and interests of
the State. The convention do not attempt
to decide this question in advance of
the consolidation of public opinion around
some practicable project; but they do recom- it
mend the formation, in all the perishes, of P'
associations analagous to those which have "'
been established in this city. Some such 10
action is necessary not only in order to secure
ourselves against the ruinous consequences
of the iniquitous legislation of the Dryades ju
street concern, but to cut off the supplies by e,
which alone the actual State government cnn .
support itself, and tor which ease i t ageIn
desire to maintain their usurped authority. to
This is precisely the course which was recom
mended in the CRESCENT a few days ago, and
we are glad to perceive that our views have
been seconded by the representatives of the
people. We trust that the suggestion will
be adopted and acted on with celerity and
2GAIs'5 ROGUE GALLEgY.
v The New York Times not unreasonably ti
a-sumes that ninety-nine out of a hundred of
e Grant's supporters in Ijew York expe:t to
- et office under his administration. In other
e words, they expect that Grant will give them
a chance to steal and plunder from the coun
Y try, in an official capacity, enough to pay
them a hundred fold for whatever time or s
h money they expended in promoting his elec
tion. Thus, in their flattering estimation, he
is simply the chief in a confederation of I
- thieves and robbers. But the Times demurs
n to this pleasant theory, and says that Grunt
d himself does not approve it. Wherefore, the i
g Times charitably warns the twenty or thirty
1- thousand office-seeking expectants of New
ir York that he sees through their designs, and
:e will be proof against the devices by which
re they hope, when he visits the metropolis, to
- impress their powerful claims upon his
ih memory. Nay more, it is good enough to
* inform them that Grant has conceived the
- brilliant idea of opening a national
n Rogues' Gallery at Washington, of
P- which the principal ornaments will
) be the photographs of the New York
'y place-hunters by whom he expects to be
is beleaguered. Taking the liberty of letting
al out this secret of Grant, the Times proceeds
to say that, "after ordering the destruction of
e all place-seeking letters, a few days ago, he
determined upon the policy he would pursue
id during his visit to New York-which was to
s- get the photograph of every place-hunter
ie that comes within gun-shot of him, and send
w them to Washington, to be filed away in a
al conspicuous place, where they will constantly
1e remind him of his determination never to
,r give any one of them any office or any
favor." This is an admirable arrangement,
2o as far as it goes. But it is imperfect in its
of scope. To make the contemplated Rogues'
ie Gallery complete, it will be necessary to adorn
Ie it with the likenesses of the RIadical office
holders who count on the continuance in
,n their places under Grant on the plea that they
ba devoted a lhberal portion of their stealhlul to
i- assist in making him President.
it, Bors 1:oM1 GntosntA .-We have received
he from James A. Gresham, 92 Camp street, the
nt fol!owing new publications :
be The fourth volume of'Appleton & Co.'s
"- superb library edition of Dickens's works,
u. containing "Dombey and Son," "Old Curios
sh ity Shop," and "Hard Times," illustrated ,by
nd Cruikshank, Leech and Browne. The whole
i. edition will comprise six volumes at the
ts price of $10 50 for the set or $1 75 for a
st separate volume. No better publication of
h- Dickens's works has appeared--perhaps none,
to in ll respects, to equal it.
ty "Cameos from English History from Rollo
to Edward 1ii." By the author of the '-Heir of
Redclyffe." Appleton & Co., New York,
.t publishers. This is not a dry chronicle of
si- facts, but a series of pictures of persons and
a events intended for juvenile reading and for
ti school-room exercises.
- "Frank Mildmay, or the Naval Officer."
le By Captain Marryatt; and "Quentin Dur
nu ward, a Romance." By Sir Walter Scott
al The frst belongs to Appleton ' Co.'s cheap
if fifty cents) edition of Marryatt's novels; the
Ssecond to their cheap (twenty-tive cents) edi
t- ion of the Waverly novels.
ad Edmod About says the vine yields more bthan
he on-:, uth of the revenue France derives from
A mnarufacturlng company has been organized
ad in Marshabll county,. Misc.
NEW PEFFUNE FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
h-" Elor De Mlayo,"
A Wederful floou.
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? , Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
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iof , wb5m teho t hb ees *ia esr the s*. wmad a*k
-es.amtn arodw Ne . s ., s thne ss. ichols nthL
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?t Ia" POOP
TI IE SOUTHERN STATES.
INW YOE1, NOV. 3. 18 t
When the pure medicinal Ieetoeative, now so widely kaews
am WOea Bsehiedam ihmeappe was t hleed totshI T
world under the tndoaemsent of he thenie Ieag
baer of the medical preai s e twenty ears ago, Ie
p.proitec was we awe tau t I i tn te wbelby sPsthei
penalt aA ached to al. new ad usestl prdpaatMons He,
theeefe*e, endeavored to invrest t with etronget poetble safe
guard against onaterfette, and to reader all eaepte t
pirate it dillclt and dangeroue. It was sabmitted to distln- N
guished chemists fr mana'ls, sad poeasance by these the a
purest spirit a er maurtured. Its purity end properties a
having been thus ascertaed, samples of the article were for-.
warded to ten thouesd ,physelanr, nacteding all the leading
practitioners In the United u4ates, for prposese of oepe'l
m ent. A circulsr, requesting a trial of the prepararion and
a report of the rault, accompanied each pecimen. Toear
thoubard ot te meet em ne't med cal men in the nI'ion
prllnptly renpeded. Their opinions of the article were
unanimously favorable. SBab preparation, they said, had
leag been wated by the profeade, an uo realLace could be
placed on the ordinary liquors.of commerce, elI of which were
more or leas adulterated, and theefore unfit f r medicas per
peem. The peculiar excellence and strength of the oil of
Sjuniper, whihtl formed one of the pinacipal tgretent of the
Schnappe,together with an nnilloyed character of the alcoholic
1 elemet, give t, it. the estimation of the faculty, a marked
I eopstep aor , n asor dilfrtu. etima aa assa diuretic,
tonic ard retorutiv.
" Thee satisfactory credentla's from prolboional men of the
higheet rank werepa lUhed in a"cadeaeu d form, and biclosed
with each buttle of eboapps, as mes of the Rgaraotree of its
geeltineneso. Oher precantions against fraud were also
adopted a patent was obtained for the article, the label was
copyrighted, a fac simile of the proprietor's atograph rig
mature was atteased to each label and ovwer, his name and
that of the preparation were emboemed on the bettlse, and the
corks were ealed with his private seal. No article had ever
been sold in ths c,untry under the name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps. in
i151, and the label was deposited, as bis trade mark, in the
SUnited hates District Court for the Southern Distric. of New
York during that year.
It might be supposed by persons unacquainted with the dar
lng character of the pirates who prey upon the repntatien of
honorable mercl.ants by vending deleterious trash under their
Y name, that the protection so carefully th-own around thaee
ir Schnap, a would have precluded the introducttons nd sale of
counterfoite. They seem, however, only to have stimulated
C the rapacity of impostors The trade mark of the preprietor
Shas been stolen, the Indorsement which his Schiedam
Aromatic Schuappealone received from the medical profession
it has been claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles Lhve been imitated, his advertis meunt paralhrased,
his circrlars copied, and ware than all, dishoneraule retailers,
Safter eiiponi g of the genuine contests of his bottles, have
Sfilled them up with common gin, the meet deleterious of all
liquors, and thus made his name and brand a cover for poises.
11 Ibe public, the medial professiaon and the sick, for whom
1O the Schoiuam Aromatic Sehanppe i presecbed as a remedy,
is are equally Interested with the preprietor In the detectlon
to and su;pressio of these neferinus practices. The geandie
e article, meanntactured at the establishment of the ntder
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a barley of the
Of inest quality, and flavored with an essential extract of the
berry of the Italian juniper, of unequaled purity. By a pro
coas unknowe in the preparation of any other liquor. it is
rk ireed from every acrimentous and cerrosive element.
38 Complaints have been resolved from the leading phisiciana
18 and asmiletl tn the seothera states of the salo of sheap imi
Stations of the Echiedam Aromatic Schnapps in thosemar
of kets, and travelers, who are in the habit of usag it as an
se antidote to the beneful Influence of unwhotesome river water,
1 testify that cheap gin, put up In Sehiedam bottles, Is fhe
quent'y palmed off pean the unwary. The agepts of the
Sundersigned have been requaeted to institute lnqgeitie on the
subject, and to forward to him the names of bch parties as
they may ascertain to be engaged in the atrelous system of
Sdec-ption In couselaie, s e reed weal sa u a he
has produced, from under the hands of the most distin
to gonied men of science in America, proofs unanswerable of
3a the purity and medicinal excellence of the Schiedam Aro
It, maatc Schnapps; that he has expended many thousand del.
it lars in eurrounling it with guarantees and safegoards, which
:Sr he deigened should protect the public and himself against
trandalent iritat.!nsl; that be has shown it to be the only
li,uor In the world that can be uniformly depended upoan as
unadulterated; that he has challenged investtgaion, analy
S si, comparison, and experiment in all its forms; and from
every ordeal t' e preparation which bear his name, eel and
to trade mark, has come off triumphant. He, therefore, fee's it
a duty he owes to his fellow-citizens generally, to the medical
profession and the sick, to denomace and expose the cbarts
oil tans who counterfeit these evidences of identity, and he calic
11e upon the press and the public to aid him In his efforts to
remedy so g eat an eviL
'g The lllowing letters and certificates from the leading phy
8, sclans and chemists of this city will prove to the eader that
all goods so'd by the undersigned a-e all they are represented
to be: UDOLPHO WOLPe.
Ie feel bound to sJay that I regard your Schnapps as being in
he tvery reapect pre-eminnt'y eure and deservi g of medical pa
tronage. At all evreta, it is the purest poesibhle sticlle of
BollaLd Gino heretotore obtainable, and as such may be
Of sa.lcly preacrld by physlciane.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D
Pharm'ceutical themist nfew York.
l0 26 Phau ~STR T, Naw log.
Nov. 21, 1067.
Of Uno.rao Wosra, Naq , Preseet:
SDear tir-I have made a chemical examination of a sample
of your lchiedam Schnapps, with the intent of determinang if
Of any foreign or injurious substance had ban added to the
nd simple dtstilled spirits.
o Theexamination has reauted in the eonclston that the
sample contained no poisonous or harmfal edmixture. I have
been unable to discover any trec of the doleterious sub
. stanees which are employed in the adniteutten of liqtore, I
w uld not hesitate to use myself or recommend to othiers. for
medic aml purpom, the Schiedam Suchapp as an exellent
ttand unohjectionble varliety of Gin.
pVery nsportfully yocr
h i(ined) CIIAS. A. bEELY, (Chemist.
Naw OgK, It C'ran irut.r,|
UCneoruto Worl., Enq , Presnt;
DMar Str-I nave submltted to chemical analysis two bet
tl ties of " Fhebdam Schnapps," which I took from a fresh
package in your bonded warehese, and find, ea before, that
S the spirituons liquor o free from IaJrious mgrediente or
fals,fcation; that it has the maks of being agad and not ro
cently prepared t:y mechanicatl admixturoe of aIcohol and ara
le tatica Respectfully,
FIRD. F. MAYER, Chemalst
Ncw Toan, Yuesday, May 1.
UDOt.rno Woirr, rtq,
EF, ear icr-be went of puore Waines end irquors fr m dicinal
purpoce ha teen long felt by the Iprofes on, ad thoussaendh
of tes have been saecrrlced by the useef adulterated ar.L
c:oe . Delirinam tn e*o. and other di ess5 of the brasu snd
o.rvenr. c oet in t1his caunry, a. ey rae i r l Eu pe, ow
d log, in a eat dag es, to. e difreroe tti thi pu lt af the
letari e Id.
l'y We hare teted the se-a atoeles Iavrred and a I1 by
uaed yen, btruading yeo Gle, whloe you oi under the nsme of
Armatie Slctedam Seemppwnich we coadder lastle en
L titlea to the feh reputation It has acqu rd t this osntry;
Sand from your lo 'g exrer re a a f'oreoa importer, your
Bottld Wines and L quors should meet with the same de
We would recommend yen to asupnt rome f the repect'e
ble seo hhcarse in diferent parts of the city a eants far
the s.ls of y or Brndles and Wine., were tthe p -for
sion can ob in the same when neeud for medisal
Sishlg ye so es in yh yor e mtrprl e
We remain yeu. obeies t v ustt,
VALNTIN MOT1T. M D.. Pro'anor of rgery, UOn ver
aty NedIcal Cellt, New ark.l
J. M. OoROCHA, , D •, Proeer Cliniat Surterg,
'~eelu.n-C: lef so the te 8t Hospltl, etco., No lh Eut
LEWIS A. SAYtS, 1. D., o 715 Broadway.
H. P. DWES . DII, . ,lre 791 Breedwe.
JOSUPH WuRBTU N. D., Na D Ninth stret.
NELBON eTIEI3 M. D. N . 57 Blker ssert.
JOHN O'REl.Y, N. D. Ie mO FOuth stret,
, I. raPhAe I. N. D.. Pre'e or of the Pricipas Ind
Prtamef ar ,A New ork MedoWal Celege, it. Ne
91 Nr ib sarea, sad ethers.
The psegrisir sh.effre fr salM
s Imp eed ead betled by hiif mpeq y f r medesiml
us lash beite bas bIsertie or IM pItaeiy.
BIADQUARSIb S1rYMOUR KNIGBIT. SP
the Grand Ehhfttl* of DIMD'k ATIO ANINERS.
WREATHS. FLAGS, se., to be rivean und tin as picea of
tho s 0YMOUs EKuIGHL, wIl neamme
THURSDAY, THE 3D DAY OF DUEOBER,
AT TH BNAOeI@ SiLL.
he dithat Dumeretie (loub oft Of.t wl plee uap
point a CoaIt atI si te to moat tho ere e of an
Kailthts the g( m Salo, on loyal M16,. 00 SJTURDAY
NEXT, at 7)0 o'chk. In ce a Club ca uen ca tmely
appoint a committee the Pr.sideat will plise appoent som
member to represent thb Clht
This meeti'g of tomaiStu iu h reInc to the ovI
J. MAGURaS, Chlrmau.
R J DUPFFY,
CHAB. & FREY.
JNO. B. TULLY, President.
Ww W WAIL, Meereary.
(LOVES AND NOVELTIES
JGUEIBI-E ac. NIPPERT'S,
187 ........ ....C.amal S $ret................. I5
We are pleued to be able to pay to the ladles that we have
ast rse wed au hau ske mof aof uhakmea
DOI LAr KIDS, torotber with an uoxteno.e u.eeame of
lRINGES, TRIMMINGS AND SUTTONIl
S RIBBONs, fom N I up to Pa. 0, all cale, both In
Salt ad sltl, thaey ad plain.
Now Preach JEWELRY, in Jet Par. Ivery, te.
Gold NICKLAC A and leer s RATTL$S ter bhbLes.
Cuahmere CLOAKS ad TaCBOS4AUX
Lace CAPI and Cahbmera HOODd
SUITS of every style, rboyr and lGirl
FRENCH COlETS and LADIES' UNDERGARMENTS.
WORSTED GOODB under eot, emS
To gentlemen we would may that wo have received a eon
migument of 100 dosa FRENCH SHIRTS, lines bosoms.
which we are determined to close out at fabulously low pries.
A Shirt really worth $45 per dosea we are offering at IS;
tuoether with a toll line of FURNISHINIG GOOD at egeally
low pri. GUEBLE & NIPPERT,
137 Canal .treet
The arltst 81gasor D Barbaler4s,
JUST ARuIVED FR Y ITALY
VERY LARDE A931 SELECT STOCI
MIAlBTE AND ALABASTPR TABLES,
STATUAkY, GROUPS, VASES of all kildsand sinesu
Olaussal and Hisgeeral 0abjetsa,
And many other handuome and elegant PARLOR ORNA
MINTS. will dispose of all this rae and valuable eollection
AT AUCTION by Mere Nelllgan A Baseut.
Place of ae and partiulars will be givenin a hw days.
Cloakp CIcakes ClUoses
. AS A SPECII ALTY.
71.................. nal Nt s e.................. T
Manufacturer and Daler In ladles' and Mime.'
MILR, CLOT AWND VELVET CLOAIEL
A complest and ehoie atock at ITIREMLY REDUCED
Ala. BUTTERICK'S PAPER PATTERNS, if a prat
Svariety, rging to price f, o 10 to 75 eti uaeh.
JoeAns '. A'' errta Ceo.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
" AcErrns FOR THE
GREAT AMERICAN FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF
S A,. i WA
i' MANUFACTURED BY DIEBOLD, BABMANN A CO.
h The above SAFE obtained the First Premism of a GOLD
it MEDAL each at the Mechanc' and Ariculaual Fain of
y Louisona, November, ld66, and January. 186.
u JOHN W. NORRIS & CO., Agents,
Sls CANAL STREET, N O.
d J. & rff k1 xBeSs,
8e ...........Teheupeteas Street..........
Importers and Dealers in
FOR BUILDINGS. FOUNDRIES, RAILROADS, BTEAM.
BOATS, COITOIN PRaBBS.
Beep Iren. bar Iroe. Cast teel, Sprinm
Steel, Delts and Nam. Weed 8erews,
Washers, Hardware ead Teels
of every deaription.
FIRBM GRATUS, PAIIINT, OILS,
nVRII4U AND WINDOW GLA8e.
of BMCAsIKW' a IC M.',
SNO. 164......CANAL BTREUT.....NO. 14
DIRECTLY OPPOSITI OHRIST CHURlI',
Wm Enathe A Co.' al tiare PIANOS:
Gromrton Fuller A Co's PIAUSB;
JlreL y'We f A teo PiA08;
*e BIARD PIANO.;
H BOIRD PIAOS;
Prineu * Ue 'A etosmase OORGiW:
Sdwaerds Co.'u Baismeru OBtANS;
And Sole Agency Ibr the United State fuo the Mated hPb
Slication~ of the "Correspond·ace Muclel." La Bay. Md.
laid. Pleane fo e·Ret. Pine Tuned and Reputred.
oa Iuproe iessr Yl St
BY A PAIR (F KERNAGHAN & CO.'S
GLNUINE BRAZILIAN PEBBLE SPECTACLES.
Warranted ta preserve the eyes nua'mpalred to extreme old
STheIr coautretio., umy a alaobrUid wrter on Optio,.
is in ac-ordanee with tbhe phlleoophy Of muter, to othe form o
a cavonl var esn mime, and thesr trrepy is o perfoet
k that the warer ran o.ly tperceive that bo hu thuem on by the
M Inpronvemet la h agaht. Fr sale aay by
or KBNAGHAN & CO..
No. 'I Cmp strest
MEDICAL BOOKS-! EDICAL BOOKS!
James A. Oresham.
-3 0oori0rIA.LER AND STA IONgR.,
92 CAMP 5AMAT
Weuld respectfldly . o1thettelet Of PreIhear and Medic
Studeu to hi. e1nsniv stock of Medlel Bookts ued in botbl
b cheel of Medicina new hin slio n thi etl.y) comprisag
woeheca PAOItlCR, SURBGERY. ANATOMY, PiRLIG
,LO~1., MATEIA IEDICA and CREISTIBY, a the
Lewest Northien Prees.
ClotAh g ! CloAderng I
IF YOU WANT CLOTHIONG,
A LOV PRICES,
DOW u T NIN G',
a e. 1 Mserste Street, Crser Camel
Jea.B . N MaGAM
o. ' arenews. Siemene etoe ae
laqf.iut Ut IMe L ~tea;
Fir do seerested Kier ,.le aedjgcu b
epened a RETAIL DBANCH it his easkaista ao
187 1-3 Canal, stet,
W dsembMsl.S. Aelad aseemat of
DBE88 AND CLOAK TRIMING3,
- A ea
TO 33 HAD IN THIS CITY.
A full a trtme ad IdIesL'. Misses' ml Wat' EATS.
it .and astrmmaed.
RIBSOwL FLOWERS, 5743UUN.4 RO.
As this Stock Is REPLINTNIHD DAILYt by Duprme
sad P.mWS, u. thed ierib sad areje, eatueea may
depend eon aeg the
VERY LATEST NOVELTIES,
VERY LOWEYT PRICES,
At 1861. Camel Street.
One Pace us Durgedy street.
Whelealoe ees........ Maseuee bwes.
Between Comme med Grater streets.
Whse MILdTN and DREII MAElRS enMbear
alUed wkh EVERY ASTICLE is the r Ira, end COUTRY
NIUDIARTS em bave r Mto r M S itedN Is e( Is Ka
sad Seaets Triamlhg, ee , a the meet fevseabe
r DANIEL GOREN,
2 aeata.e ea'seet.
E. .. Tyler,
115.......... CANAL S0REET...........115
cs on head mid is easaotly vhelveig Romst be an
igaees Europe and America,
WATCH, CLOCKS AND JIWELRY
OF INN H 11 D T DE4CRIPTIONS.
S Hs also on hand a larg and varied assortment of
TABLE AND ORNAMENTAL BILVEREARE
Gold Slher. Steel mad Rubber BPECTACLE uad EYI
GLASIS, roase and Puar a STATUARY and FARC
Partlealr atttlem gisse the epairtag of Watlees
Jewelry and reaeetg of Dlnoeds,
BILTERWAIE MADE TO ORDER.
.a Perfectly Brfe LSMt,
PORTABLE GAS LAMP
PXTRO ,EW2M Prstf ED
Can bo suad s say Cemmes Lamp with t a t a1g eupese
Sobangg the burur, aad of which Dr. I. L Osewuem.
able Chemist of this at, ss:
L ' I my expeimts with the PUROLINE FLUID I t
my beat to pnd-e as emplusen, and Completely FA!
SHe els says:
I hswe r m teeHpine pau GOUGCI POT
GAS LAMP, and Ld the light wh to and asperior to
ardinar coal gas. I ca sae . escleemmead it for C
Besaty and Perbet Wlas."
For ugar-house use th a Lamp has No qual.
Fer fr.bar partimlrs sal loanmrsble
S.........A... CAMP ST a ...........
IF BT aer Plserers.
THE NEW PORTABLE GAS LAMI
PFtOLIlI i LIOII.
FOR CHEAPESS~ . BRILLIANCY OF LIOHT,
o PER3 r sATaIFrY.
CANNOT BE EURPA3BBD,
Are now for sale
100 .................C mp treet.................
BAEpari x Dhtckmssee.
0 .................Came Street.............
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
CROCIERY. CHINA, (MLANS mad HOUSEKBE
WARES conplets. What caaut be ound are is
worth looking after.
We larte au eamlnuao a new ak, rrving
every stemmr. ad slected wih cae by er Mr. pard.
Plte clerke li wstinug, ad primusreay mudrat
G-ed. scat ree to may partef s y. whatuasie sand
MANUFACTURER OF HAVANA CIGARS
IMPORTER OF OGENUINE LEAP TOBACCO,
15 RAMPANRT STREET.
Otues tsr CIGAORet eray qeali Slledpmemely am dwt
MLtat attesio. Slels GOre unserpoad In BHa·auat
pIrelugly low rese. Als .EAF TOBACO (bQoth -
Ante Hava saud Americm) o all U ads
Be recOIlvd a large oupply otf 5I1503 from Or-e
Foe. 10, 1 and 1.
IMAISON DOREE, JO&HN'S RESTAURANt.
The aderonged bgs leaek infolrm bispatrom and th
pubile io ganroel that he hI removed his Itetaurant
SMAION OI' &IR . from li Oaal me to leea 1i amd I
bourboon troa oppoLse Iu VileJ Nu P Rrlu
The 1kmetTI W-KIIPge3 is the VwesMd-ea-temic
mslebruted eat os t M. J T.ebt os . F. OJaar mads a
roem, ( k rppLt Te A Co arttd aioars
DPTD OR yt LA OF D LY 8EWIN CO.,
Caeda Cml ma l Ry at
Im Oorte add Emuaem war oouhersy, Damea m
Wrrot aba Clocsre r ad Bo sa
TO PLAwal O AcOlY AND CErINl
e, DUDPITOE B D OEWER Gle AOlFleM to iYrEI
Of,, md lesre, a forPsourtI sae ra
b- tdrot M etin. Ph(elmrlo as, aLa. e
.1m0-ase Te oed tRo C.O. DtmetrWie. s
aem na W taha,,, dAr TIEua
also Isne a S le t e ato IF IsELnEW HAI MsrsLp
Il rmnd st kem laeW Is llms a, tjia res
Par....ne . JU w G.... Oats Aml he Di.
Iesi emw eeant ebarsi
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