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1TOLUME III....NO. 404.3
CHARLESTON S. C. MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 18GG.
[PRICE FIVE CENTS
South Carolina Legislature.
IfEOIAI, TO TOE CDA-LESTON DAILY NEWS.]
?ColuMuia, December 1.-Tho olcction for Secr?
state and CoinmiBBiouorB in Equity occu
Bd-Ota, Hotioos tbo largor part of this morn?ig.
ancral-aLT.iSON Capebs was oloctoil Secretary of
?to by a vory ?attoring voto-91-a majority of
over Huntt, tbo lato incumbont. No opposi
3n in the elections for Commissioners in Equity,
?.copi for -'airfield District. II. A. Gaillabd, tho
Bsont incumbont, rocoivod Hi votos, and A. 8.
Aikj.n's Hill tonmond tho loth soction of
i first A?liclo o? tbo Constitution, miking tbo
30mbly meet on tbo 4th Monday in January,
fus referred to tho Coramittoo on tho Judiciary.
I Mr. Mullins moved that Mr. Black's resolution,
.Oil the inc-pndionoy of at present ontoring inlo
An election of United States Sonator, bo refer
red to ?. special Conimittco of both Houso-. It
wns fio ordered.
,Thoro bavo hoon no committco reports of cons?
quence reported as yet.
In tbo iSonato there was a lengthy diecusBion on
tho Bill offered as a substituto for the legislation
-induced by emancipation. BUI was road first timo.
The -mondmont of the Usury Laws was made
tho Bpecial ordor for ?Monday at 1 o'clock.
Thorn has been notliing of importance beforo
tho Court of Appoals so far. Nearly all the mom
bere of tho Logislaturo aro now prosont, mid we
juay orprot a busy timo noxt wook.
Hy Atlantic Telegraph.
TUE BUnELLION EX IRELAND.
. . London, Hovombor 30.-A gunboat loft Sheer
Bess j-pstorda.Vj and another will lcavo to-day.
Their destination is Iroland. Thoy carry with
thom it largo supply of arms and ammunition, to
*l_? us?d In tbo suppression of the Fenian out
'.$ro_k._- No more arrests bavo been mado.
*> 1? Pabio, Novomhor 30-Evening.-It .is roportod
'*]H*.t a steamer baa loft Kavro to intercept the
?lDoror. Maximilian on his voyngo from Vera
tiz'lo Mlia?nar to join tho Empross Carlotta.
C?i__on, Novombor 30-Evening.-Alargo United
States squadron is now concentrated off this port.
. LONDON AND LrVEBTOOL KABKETS.
1 .liirunrooi., November 30-Noon.-The Brokors
Circular ioports the sales of cotton for the week at
1. 78,003 baloo. The salos to-day havo boon 10,000 balos.
I) "The market opens steadier at lid. for Middling
I ' Upland-. Markot for breadstutls unchanged.
? London, Noveinbor 29-Noon.-Console 89;J.
.??Eries _6. Illinois Central, 7*1. Fivo-twonticB, lo}.
I_rv_ini*oo-, Docombor 1.-The cotton market is
Without quotable chango. The market for bread
-tuffs somewhat easier.
London, Novombor 30-Evening.-Consols 89|;
' I_s*o-Twentic- 701; Enes _G; Ilhnois Central 7GJ?.
.. LntoPOO-, Novembor 30-Evening-Broadstuffs
n_arkct weak. Wheat doclinod 3d. per contal.
_ srn unchanged; Mixed Western 89s. (id. Provio
lon markot oaaior,' but wo lioto no particular do
le. Potroloum market heavy; Refined sold to
ay at Is. 5d.nl?. Gd. per gallon.
I London, November 80.-It is Baid that Secrotary
award lately sent a decisivo dispatch to tho
tench Govornmont on the nubject of the evacna
)!i qf Moxico.
^L-*?_?_*?oo_, Dcoombor 1.-ThoCunard steamship
_va, which Balled from Bo-ton Novembor 21, ar
3(1 bore thiB morning.
?ondon, Docombcr I.-Queen Victoria and suito
_it "to Wolvorhainpton to-day, whore she took the
iofipart in the cororaouy of unvoiling the statuo
?Priuoo Albert. Initnonao crowds of peoplo wore
"?sont, who oxtondod an enthusiastic welcomo to
?l_i;;noN, Docombor 1.-The famous MiantonOmah
"kblhor voeaols belonging lo the United States
aro n jw riding in "thin harbor. It is aaccr
that thoy will sail In a fow days, though
destination is unknown.
3NDON, Docomber 1.-Thcro ?b a vaguo rumor
? tlie chiof organizor, Stephens, lately arrived
Jp.ri_, and is now sccroted there. It is roport
fon good authority, that Mr. Bigclow, tho
tod ?"tatos Minister at Paris, rocontly read to
joloon iu person a very gravo and decided dis
Bh from Secrotary Soward. 'I'hia dispatcli, so
le no roply
?jY-iBPoo-, Docombor 1.-The Cotton markot is
tout quotable change. The market for Brcad
" ; is" somowhat easier, and corn has doclinod to
and Gd. for Mixed Western. Pork also tend
?NOON, December 1.-Tho Money markot ?b
Jet and s toady. CoiisoIb opon nt 8i*jj for money.
?orican Securities, with tho exception of Five
j-only Bonds, deolinod since last report. Om
it rato for Five-Twenties, 701; Illinois Central,
tia, December 2.-The recoption of a dispatch
i from Amorica announcing the occupation of
lamoras by United Statos troopa has caused a
>ndon, Docombor 2.-All regidar troops in this
will be strictly confined to the precincts of
Sir barracks during tho Itcform Meeting, which
tos place to-morrow (Monday),
ieut. Mauroy, lato Confeuorato Naval Com
ldor, has arrived in London.
It is quito probable that troops will be sent to
ve-.pool and Glasgow on account of tho bad fcol
that prevails among tho Irish in those citiou.
. lany arrests of Fenians havo boon made by
bvernment officers in Ireland.
L-re-BPOOL, December 2_Tho steamship Pal
?.ra, from New York, has arrived ont.
JASirmatON, Docombor 1.-Qreat preparations
jeing made for.the Itadicol demonstration on
Jonday. Southern Loyalists aro jubilant over it.
leneral Walbbeooe, of New York; is to prou ide.
hilton, of Texas, and Judgo Cabtkb of the
Sapromo Court to mai;o tho ' speeohos of welcome
_, At a formal mooting to-day, the entire Press of
washington sovored thoir connection with the
few York Associated Proas, and joined tho United
*?o_ and European News Association.
*Tio President s Mossago and accompanying re
s wero mailed to-day to all agonts of the ?nit
I States andEuropeon Nowa Association through
' tho country.
-jor-Gonoral Tellson, Assistant CommisBion
5f Froedmen, for Georgia, and Malor-Gonoral
cr, Assistant Commissioner for South Carolina,
have boon mustered out of service upon this
ara to bo retained in service until further
[largo Diimbor of Congre?sinon arrived hero to
it, and altogether thom are about thirty Sona
i and sovouty Representatives in the city.
Ire seems no doubt of a quorum in both Houses
Holiday, so far as can be ascertained by con
Bat ion and otherwise.
io idea of introducing articles of impeachment
linst the PrcHidcnt timbi lit Ho, if any favor. It
Baid. the MetiBago dt tho President will bo about
same as that of last year, and will occupy
ut an hour in the reading.
It snrNaTON, Deconlbor 2,-The following tele
am over the Atlantic Cable/ was received at tho
fcf Department, to-day.: ."December 2-To Mr.
ward, Washington : I have arrested John Sur
,tt. one of 'Prcjaidont Lincoln's assooBlnB. No
.rabt of identity." ' Signed, Hale, U. S. IConsul,
?l-andria, Egypt. * *"**..
?J?cial accounts received here state that the
io Choler?a has broken out at St Thomus, Went
Jes and it is said that the Yellow Fever and
"tall Pox aro also pre*, ailing.
W-tL-mnl Flnniie??. ' ..>' ?
Wa-t*tn?3toh, _*-?o-at>?r> i.-Tho publio oxpondi
> for th ' loot fiscal year has boen ??60,000,000
! tliiw aga Uw year ^?rcc-u-v??;. .
Our Relation?? WitU Franc?.
New York, Docombor 1.-A special to tho New
York Herald, dated Novombor 29, ovoniug, says
that it has boon aBCortainod that Soorotnry Sbw
aiid'h long dispatch ol' Montlay to tho American
Minister at tho French Court, related chiefly to
the withdrawal of tho French troopa from Mexico,
and expressed tho hopo that France would carry
out hor promisoH. The dispatch, it is understood,
also alluded to tho doparturo of Gonoral Sherman
for Mexico, mid gavo the reasons why ho was sont
thoro. Although the dispatch was of unusual
longtli, novortholcss itvvascouchod in conciliatory,
though digniiicd language.
New Yorlt News.
New York, Doconibor 1.-Adinirul DAni_c.nr.EN,
and Generals Crittenden and Waruen, snilod in
tho Ocean Queen to-da.. for California.
John V. Cockroft, ano of the officials of tlio
Nassau Bank, was robbod to-day in tho street of
$2000. Olio of the thieves has been arrested.
New York, Doccmbor 2.-N. P. Willis wad struck
with paralysis yostorday, and was in a very critical
A. meeting waB held last night, at Clinton ITnll,
'_?>. tho French Canadians rosiding in tho United
States, protesting against tho Canadian Confede
ration aohomo, as hostile to the United States, and
declaring themselves In favor of annexation to (his
Thoro is but I'.tlo exeitomont about tho Charter
election in this city on Tuesday. There aro throo
candidates for Comptroller-Richard nnd Michaol
Connolly and Win. ICollv.
1595 additional votes have been registered,""mak
ing tho whole \oto 128,000.
It ia stated at Fenian headquarters hore that
Stephens had not loft the couutry, having been
seen latoly at Boston, conversing with shipowners.
Largo orders of breach-loading arms have
boen given to manufacturer.., said to ho intended
for tho Emporor of China.
Letters from tho City of Moxico recoived hore,
dated on tho 18th ultimo, ?talos tho fnot, that
Gon. Bazaino bad given arms and ammunition to
two Mexican Liberals, and promised thom that
they should not be interfered with hy the French
forces, provided thoy pronouncod for Gou. Oitoga,
and proclaim him as President of Moxico.
Condemned Fenlu?. Respited.
Toronto, Docomber 1.-Tho Fen-ana eohtoncod
to dcat.i aro to ho rospited for throo months, to
await rosult of appoal. Tho Montreal forco of Vol
unteers have hcon ordered to Swoctburg during
the Fenian trials.
D'Ano. MoGee, in a recent, spooch roforring to
the convicted Fenians, said that "Uicbo men do
scrvo death, but tho spirit of the times is opposed
to capital punishment, whore any other punish
ment can roach tho caso, and in thoso cases I hope
it may be lound possiblo to t-empor justico with
-_. ? _?
Decision In lue Cades of tUo Penlan Prison
era In Canada.
Toronto, C. W., December 1-P. li.-Judgment
waa delivered this cvoning in the cases of Colonel
Lynch, Father McMahon, and Manar... Slavin and
School. Thoro woro not many poisons in court,
and no unusual intorest in tho cases of tho
Eriaoncrs was manifesto I. In tho ca se of Mc Mo
on, tho Chief Justico expounded at length tho
testimony given at tho timo at which the prisoner
was tried. After disposing of tho objections
rained by prisoner's counsel against tho indict
ment, hiB Lordship road the evidence given at tho
trial, showing tho prisoner's connection with tho
Fenians, andstated that, nftor a caroful and delib
erate consideration, ho ngrood with tho loarnod
Judgo whe tried the case: that although tho pris
iuor carno ovor with the Fenians, ostensibly with
tho propose of administering spiritual consolation
to the wounded, ho was aiding and assisting tho
raiders, aud was oiiually guilty with thom. Tho
affidavit put in by tho prisonor was then road, and
a new trial domed. In conclusion, his Lordship
stiiti-d that he was ol' tho opinion that all tho
grounds taken by the prisoner's counsel for grunt
ing the rule had failed, and that, had it hcon grant
ed, it would morely havo boon losing timo and
words lo no purpose, as the Court would not havo
made it absoluto. After a most caroful considoro
Lion ho could arrivo at no other decision than to
rel'iiao the rule.
Mr. Justico Hagorty then delivered judgment in
tho case of the Queen vs. Lynch. Having recapit
ulated tho objections of tho prisoner's comisol se
rialtm, ho statod that ho perfectly concurred in
tho viows which had been oxpre?sed by tho Ohiof
Justico, and having dovotodmuch caro to tho study
of all tho diflcronc points involved and objections
raised, ho had come to tho decision that no suffi
cient grounds had boen mado to warrant tho Court
granting tho rule nisi.
Mr. Justice Morrison doUvered judgmont in tho
coso of tho Qncon vs. School. Ho statod that ho
perfectly concurred with the learned Chief Jus
tico and Justice Hagorty, and that ho had no
ioubt on tho subject, aud must therefore refuse
Mr. McKonzio, the Queen's connsol, thon moved
or leave to appoal. Tho Chief Justico of tho said
Court bad anticipated such a motion. Having ro
used tho rulo, .hoy did not considor they would
io warranted in granting tho application.
Chief Justico Richards dolivorod judgment in
lie Court of Common Pleas, in the caso of tho
.noon vs. Stephen?., to grant tho rulo nisi, and re
ut, ed the rule on tho same grounds as thoso urgod
>y his learned brothrou on Queen's bench.
Washington, December 1, P. M.-The Had ?cal
nombors of Congress, numbering perhaps lift y
nomhers, held a caucus to-night at tho Capitol,
?tevons presided, and a committee, to consi?t of
lino members, to prepare business for an adjourn
ed mooting, to meet on Tuesday night, was ap
Tho caucus designated Speaker Colfax to reply
.otho address of wolcomo to Congros?, to bo dc
ivercd by Chiof Justice Carter, on Monday after
?oon, at the Capitol.
The varions ?.publican associations havo made
irrangomonts to prooood thither in procession, as
i part of the programme
The caucus was not exclu?i vo in naming their
?rator, hut uuggoated that the members of the
donate appoint uno of t hoir own number to perform
i similar part. Thod. Stevens waa selected to
respond to the toast to tho Congress of the United
_tates to be proposed at the Radical banquet in
the Fair building on Monday night.
The caucus discussed the subjoct of removals
from office. Various mombors inentioi.od instan
ces of what they characterized as groas ii.ju_.tico
nu tho part of tho Prouidont in their respective
liatricta, and tho caucus unanimously recom
mended that tho Renato rojoot all tho nominations
tnade merely on political grounds.
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Prona Fortress Monroe-Mississippi Com
FonTnEfis Monboe, December 1.-The Missis
sippi Commissioners, who wore appointed to visit
President Johnson, in relation to tho releaso of
Mr, Davis, bad a lengthy intorviow with the latter
in tho fort to-day, acquainting him with tho roBult
of their visit to Washington. Thoy havo now takon
thoir doparturo for Baltimore, intending thonco to
return to Mississippi.
Bev. Ballard Dunn, of Brasil, arrived horo to
day on a visit to Mr. Davis.
Dry Tortuga?. I
Wabhinoton, Docomber 1.-Tho Govornmont
lias Just reooivoda report frcm Gen. Sheridan,
who was sont to investigate the charges of inhu
manity to tho prisoners^ tho Dry Tortugas. He
says that the conduct of tho officers has boon gross
ly and maliciously misroprosontod, and that the
charges emanated from pi .sonor Groonfcl for self
ish purposes and to secure his release General
ahondan visited tho colls and found ali tho prison
srs clean and orderly, showing that caro and vigi
lance were exorcised by the commanding officers
for the comfort and well-being of the prisoners,
who receive tho samo rations as enlisted mon, ana
ure neatly and comfortably clothed, and kept at
- Central Pao Kio R? li toad.
, 8am Francisco, November 80.--The Central Tor
ohio Railroad is oomplete to Cisco, ninety-throe
miles east from Sacramento, and twelve and a
half milos from the Sierra Novada mountains, and
fifiy-nino hundred and eieren feet above the level
8 Ula nea.
Cabio Special to t li? New York Herald. I
Tbieste, December 1.-Advices received from !
Miramar roport that tho caso of tho Empress j
Chnrlotta is said by her consulting physician to bo i
hopeless. Preparations ure being niado hero to j
rocoivc tbo Emperor Maximilian, who is expected
to nriivo in ai. Austrian wnr vessel at an early date.
Pana, Docombor 1.-Tho caso of Farman Fils
vs. the Unitod States, concerning tbo iron-clad
vessels built far tho Confederates through Mesare.
Erlanger, Slidcll lind BuUoch, which carno up bc
foro tho first tribunal of the Soino, it is thought
will bo Fotllcd by arbitration.
The King of Prussia has decided to send Prince
Adobort, latoly creal oil nn Admiral, to tho Unitod
Statos, lo stud/ the modern improvements in
naval construction. The naval systoni of tho
United Staten will bo ' adopted as a model in tho
formation of the Prussian servico rather than that
.-?? ? ?
New Yobic. December 1.-Arrived-the Victoria
from Beaufort; Ifalei'.ih and Andalusia from
Charleston; tho Yazoo from Norfolk; the George
(Sromwctl from New Orleans.
New Yoke, December 2.-The steamships Ari
zona, from Aspinwall, Victor, from Now Orleans,
and Flambeau, irom Savaunnh, have arrived hero.
Wahihnoton, Docombor 1.-Two checks given to
Weat Point cadots before tho war woro presented
nt the Treasury to-day for payment. Tlio Secre
tary of War stopped the paymont and ordorcd tho
cheeks cancelled, as the canela had joined the
? ? ??
New Internal Iluvcnac BUL
Washington, December 1.-It is said that Kel
ly, of Pennsylvania, intends introducing a bill
early in tho session, to create and organizo a do
partmout to bo called tho Department of Internal ?
Revenue. It vests the appointment of tho com- j
missioner in tho Supremo Court, on tho nomination j
of the Chief Jnatico, and allows tho commissioner |
to appoint alibis subordinates. This bill will bo
pressed at once to au immediate passage.
rfew Tork looney Market.
New Vokk, December 1_Fives of'G2, coupons,
108.? ;of "C4, 106$ ; of 'G3, 107.J. Now Issuo, 103J.
Tous, coupons, 100 ; sovens of tho first sorios, 105
@10."*4 ; second serio-, 10^0105". Virginia sixes
C0?G1. Missouri sixes, 87-j(j!?588. Exchango active,
sixty days, 0_ ; sight, 10j ; Gold, 140$ ; Stocks dull
New Yobk, Decomber 1.-Business in Wall
street dull. Gold weak at 1.40': Stocks declining.
Tho New York Post Bays: Tho Loan Market shows
symptoms of growing easier to call loans, and
ola growing; distrust in commercial circles. Cur
rent rato for Govornmont securities is G; for
choice bills 7<?$8; Governments dull, ^oxcept now,
at 651/, which advanced to I OS.", in consoquonco
of a chango in the rule for conversion, which goes
into effect to-day. Sixes, of '81, ore moro in de
mand; also Ton Forties. Stock markot dull in
viow of tho opening of Congro3S, and tho goucral
uncertainty of financial affairs. Very littlo busi
ness doing. Railroads irregular and lower. Gold
at two o'clock l-l j*. After Board, Stocks wore
dull and lower.
TI io Bremen taVos out $77,000 specie; tho Ville
de Paris $185,000; and the OUu of ^Washington
?ntwo. -1 ~-~~' .
m . +
New Yobk, Dcccmbor 1.-Flour 10@15c. lower;
receipts 27,000 bbls. Whoat l@2c. lowor; receipts
73,0UO i-.ushols. Corn 2@ le. lower; rocoipts 43,000
bushels. Rice dull and drooping. Oats dull nnd
hoavy. Pork dull; M033 S-O'i/t?Ol Lard dull
at 12@14c. Whiskoy quiet. Ashos duQ. Darloy dull
and drooping. Cotton quiet at B3';@34c. for Up
lands. Freights firm.
Baltihobe, Docombor 1.-Flour inactive; Cbicago
Extra $11?.(?)$ 1.73. Whoat very dull.Corn-rccoipts
heavy nniTprieoB drooping; Dry Now Whito 8ti@
88; Yollow *J3<?)9." Seeds steady; Clover activo.
Suga dull. Coffee quiet. Whiskoy steady;'Wost
orn in bond 3~??'j'a.
Philadelphia, Decomber 1.-Flour dull. Su
perfino ?8081; Extras $9$?,$10. Northwest Extra
$11@$12L' Pennsylvania and Ohio fll(_5$l(*. Whoat
nominal, $2.25 . ?2.85; Southern $;i(.i;$3.10. Corn
low. Old yellow $email@example.com; New OUQ?Vti. Oats .*">8
@r>9c. Provisions doclining. Whiskey 3fi; Ohio 43.
Sr. Louis. Docombor 1. -Flour dull; nothing
doing. Low Grades ?O.?iO; Extra $13.7.*i. Wheat, i
.Spring $'_.0.*>@*2.1<l; Fall $2.i;i)@$2.70. Corn hcavj
5@7 couts lower; New Yellow 88; White 881; Old '.10
@9.'. Oats higher; 03. Rice stoadv; Pork dull: $21.
Lard $14. Whiskey $2.29. Hogs /"jj?!?.! Receipts
New Orleans, December I.-Cotton dull and
doclini: g; salea 3150 bales; Low Middling 31c,
Middling 32?c; receipts 2134 balos. Sugar-ten
dency upward; fair y_c. MolassoB highor; good
prime to choice 65a71o. Tobacco very dull; pricos
nominal; common 1 of Ga7.ic, fair 10c. Flour-su
perfino $10 23. Corn firm; mixed $135, whito
si 85.$. Oats advanced 5 conts, and quotod at 75c.
Pork "dull and unchanged. Bacon firm and un
changed; Shoi?dors 13?jc, Rib Sides 13^0., Clear
Sides Lie. Lard quiet.
Trials l?y military Conimlsalons In tho
StMiili since tin? Close of tue War.
The Wilmington (Dol.) Gazette gives tbo follow
ing account of tho trial of a caso boforo Judge
Hale, in tho United States District Court, ou a
writ of Jiabea3 corpus, on tho 16th idt. :
On Sunday night, October 8, 1865, three Unitod
Statos soldiers, who, at tho request of one James
Crawford Kays, had boon placed to guard some cot
ton, woro murdered on tho banks of tho Savan
nah River, in South Carolina, about sixtcon milos
from tho r?sidence of tbo said Roys. Thir horses,
oquipmonts and tho cotton were stolon, and havo
never been recovered. A largo number of persons
woro arrested by ordor of the military, and tho
caso investigated. A ?root many woro discharged,
but James Crawford Keys, Franois Gains Stor?ors,
I'liaba Byram and Robert Koys woro hold, charged
erith tho murdor.
On tho 10th of January last an ordor was iasuod
for their trial by a Military Commission, at Charles
ton, S. G. The trial lasted through January, Feb
ruary, March and part of April, and the above
namod prisoners woro convicted, condemned and
ordered to bo huug. Tho prisoners protosted, de
clared their innocenco, complained of unfairness
In the trial, and tho shortness of the time between
tho conviction and tho timo appointed for their
ex?cution. Tho sonteneo was passed on the 21st
of April, tho prisoners notiilod on tho 24th, and the
day of ex?cution fixed for tho 27th.
Meanwhile, tho sonteneo in tho cases of Elisha
Byram and Robert Keys bad boon commuted by
lion. Sickles to imprisonment for lifo in the poni
tontiary of New Hampshire. Boforo the sonteneo
of death still pending against tho others could be
executed, the President^ after hearing tho state
ments and argumonts or tho counaaLfor the pris
oners, ordorcd that the sonteneo of death bo re
mitted, and that tho prisoners bo held in confine
ment until further orders. After tills, the prisoners
wero onihiod at Charleston. While boro an attempt
to effoct their rolooso, or to procuro an investiga
tion of tho caso by a writ of habeas corpus, was
modo. Gon. Sickles, Military Commander of tho
District, refused to oboy the writ, and an ordor was
issued for his arrost for contempt of Court. Whilo
tho caso was ponding tho prisoners woro removed,
by order of tho Soorotary of War, to tho Dry Tor
tugas, and havo recently boon ngoin removed to
The caso is one of importance, as tho question
of the jurisdiction of a military commission in tho
late rebellious Statos, after tho surreudor of the
rebel armies, and the legal status of these States,
oro involved. Tho guilt or innocence of the pris
oners was not at ?bsuu, but tho jurisdiction of tho
Court which tried and sentence?- thom. Thccaso
was arguod on Friday by Col. Tompkins, of Nash
ville, Tcnnosseo, nnd Thomas F. Bayard. Esq., for
tho prisoners, and United States Distiiot Attorney
Pratt and James R. Booth, -feo., for the United
Slates. On Saturday Judge Hall delivered an
opinion, deciding that tbo Military Commission
had no jurisdiction in tbo coco, as the Courts wore
open, and the prison-re should have boen tried in
a civil Court.
The entire number of soldiers onrollod in tbo a.
8. At-ay dui-j", the late war was 8,2o-I679.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
[From the Special Correspondence of the Baltimore Omette.]
Wasuinoton, November 80.-Ipo President's
Message was not completed al one ojclock to-day.
Tho delay has boon caused, it n prestnaicd, by tho
altered condition of Um Mexican question. 11111
?lorstand tho reason assigned, wHu'- a day or two,
for tho failure on the part of Fn_.ce to Withdraw
a portion of her troojis, agreeably to provious stip
ulations, is that it could not havo been dono with
safety to tho remainder, and would bosides, as
stated in ono of my recent letters, havo left the
country in a stato of anarchy. Tho mossage can
not, therefore, I fuel authorized to state, bo deliv
ered to tho nowspaper ogcuts hore, or sent to dis
tant points, boforo its transmission to Congress at
12 o'clock on Monday next. Doubtless tho Presi
dent would greatly prefer to have his Mossogo
printed correctly iii the papers published at a dis
tance from tho Capital, rather than that it should
bo presented to tho public through telegraphic
roport.s. But tho difficulties seem to bo insur
Thoro aro nono of tho Reports of tho Secrotarios
vet in typo except that of tho Soci .tory of tho
Tronsnrj", which will not, for obvious reasons, bo
given to the public press until its delivery to Con
gress. I am informed, however, that copies will
at onco bo sont to the mib-troasurors, collectors,
lind other treasury officials, et tho different points
throughout the country, who will bo telegraphed
at what hour to deliver thom. Tho copies for tho
Baltimore press will ho .sent for distribution to
It is probable that the Reports of the SccrotaricB
of War, Navy and Interior, and that of tho Post
master-General, will bo ready by to-morrow even
ing. If so, the press will doubtless bo provided
with copies on the usual conditions.
Tho purpose of tho ultra Republicans, by'Con
gressional action in the matter or tho Constitution
ill Amendment, to ignoro tho existence of tho
Southern States and the constitutional authority
of tho Federal Executive, i"b assuming definite
shape. The Chronicle of this morning, in an arti
llo moro than live coluimiB in length, foreshadows
tho mode determined upon by a few lcadora to
avovthrow oven the forma of tho existing govern
ment. It sums up the main foaturo of the plan as
Follows : !
1. To pass a law or. resolution recognizing the
ratification of the Amendment by throe-fourths of
;he Legislatures of tho Stak s now represented in
2. To provide for tho ratifications already made
jeing handed over to tho President of the Senate
tnd all futuro ones to Uko tho same course, and
ill tho duties heretofore imposed on tho Secretary
if Stato to be transferred to the President of tho
Foreseeing that such a pa .pablo violation of the
Constitution could not re?oive a two-thirds voto, *
?ven in tho proscnt Congress, the Chroniclo pro- ]
H-i-i-H to consummate its treasonable purposes by a
limpio ''resolution'' of tho majority of the Sonate
tnd House, without affording the President an op
portunity of interposing Inn veto. This moro state- j
nent of tho proposition is sufficient to show the ab- \
lurdity of supposing for a moment that tho sohomo ,
ould even command a majority of either Tlonso. j
V. gigantio soetional war has resulted from a doubt
is to the constitutional power of a State to sopa
ato itself from tho rest of tho Union. If tho Con
ititutiou had explicitly provided that it might,
irobably no cause or protence would havo existed; j
V if it had, in so many words, prohibited a sepn
ation, it is canally probablo that tho South
could never, at loast in tho present generation,
lavo invoked a collision of arms. But boro it
t ib proposod to migrait upon tho fundamental law ]
provisions, not only of such phraseology as to ron- <
1er it doubtful whether even the power of all tho .
?tates to regulate their own Huffrngo ia not sur
ondorcd in Congress, but to rccognizo tho torrito
ial condition ot tho South as a Constitutional faot,
ud to proclaim thoso provisions a part of the Con
tention, by means which a largo majority of oven
ho Northern people woidd not regard as inipart
ng to them any validity whatever. It suroly would
?lily need an occasion on which such provisions
ronld bo practicality tested to produce-not a soc
ional- but a civil war, tho ?eat of which would not
>o at tho South, but ?it tho North, and tho omi ol'
rhloh no one will attempt to foroseo. And I am
-lad to havo it in my powor to writo that this viow t
f tho audacious project is taken by membors of t
he Republican party, counted upon by Thaddous
levons um instruments in his hands in the present j
.ongresa, to carry out his revolutionary pro-1
The Republican, of this city, regarded as asemi
fficial paper, says: "Somebody has tolographod
o the country that President Johnson will pro
ose sovcral amendments to tho Constitution in
is forthcoming Message. Tho idoa is obtained *
tom tho fact that Mi*. Johnson proposed similar I
ncasurcs whon in Congress. That doos not o
show. Mr. Johnao-i'n prcsont opinion is that the \
?onstitution ban been 'amended' enough, and that ,
b ought not to bo touched any more."
A caucus of tho Republican membors of Con
ross was advertised in tbo Chronicle of this
norning to bo held to-night. This was a trick of
.ovens. "It has been postponed (tho Star of this
vening slalos) until noxt wcok, as warm opposi- ,
ion was made by some prominent Republican
mm bora to its being held until thoro was a fuller '
ttondanco. To hold it now, they contend, would
nablo tho few mombors lu tho city to block out
ho work of tho session to suit their own peculiar
iowa." This is an ovidont symptom of tho woak- -j
ess of the ultras.
JUI-AI-ONS IK WASHINGTON WTTH UKO AUD TO THE '
wrnmnAWAL of the raiafon tboops. t
Washington, Novembor 29.-Although no formal t
ffioial communication has boon mado to this Uov- t
ruinent, it is assertod by somo pooplo that there
i little doubt that information has been vorbally
?rniahed of Napoleon's intention to remove tho
rcneh troops from Mexico at tho curliest practi
ablo time, tho arrangement., for that purpose now
oing in progress. Tho reason why the first dc
?chmont, or ono-third of tho troops was not om
arkod in Novembor, according to the Emperor's
wn programmo io, that tho other two-thirds
i i gb I h a vo boon seriously damaged by tho Liberals,
bo woro presistently pressing thom. To obviato
ucli a result it was deomod moro prudent as a
?ilitary necessity to romovo. thom all at once, g
'here is now, somo people say, very little doubt v
iat this will bo done.
Much sp?culation has been indulged in as to the *
ritual business of Liout.-Gon. Shorman in accom- t
anying Ministor Campbell to Mexico. Tho truth, 8
owovor, is, ho was designated as an advisor to 3
iat gentleman, both na regards diplomatie affaira ,
1 Moxico and military movoments on tho frontier,
ii ould an einorgoncy arise to require a new dispo
tiou of onr troops. But since tho rocopticn of
10 Emporor's intentions with regard to tho re- g
uwal of his army, it is not thought that such a 5
ooessity will occur. Tbo last news rocoivod by -
10 Government respecting Maximilian is, that ho
as at Orizaba, tho French officials rofusing toper
dt him to Icavo Mexico unless he formally re
igned his crown.
Lator news than the abovo shows that Maximil
m has abdicated and left Vera Cruz.
Ews mon mu vico via new or.?: ans-a__-_-_D op
JA I_A1'A HY THE EIllEltAJLB.
New Obleans, November 29.-Tho atoamor Alii-1 c
aco arrived from Vera.Cruz this morning with
toxican dates to tho _ .til. Maximilian's bnggago r
ad arrived at Vera Cruz, but he himself was' jtill I
t Orizaba, in willoh placo ho had boon residing 1
>r tho lust three wooka as a private gontloman, not ?,
teroising any functions of office, r
In the port of Vera Grui: there woro two French
ad two Austrian frigates, and tho frfgato Tapico. y
tarshal Dazaino wau at tho City of Moxico. The
1-onch now hold that place, and: Puebla, Orizaba, I
nd Vorn Cruz, using Cordova aa an outpost while _
icy woro fortifying Orizaba, an impregnable
tronghold. and also using the paso of lfelniencho -
9 on outpost for Yera Cruz, Tnoy hold no other
osso88ions in Moxico.
It was rumored that the Churoh party had offor- "
d lo raise 16,000,000 for Maximilian if ho would ?
onsont to remain in the country. ?
An Amorioan protectorate waa regarded by the ,
copio as the only aolntion of thoir present diffl
ulflee. ? C
On Tuesday November 6, the I-boral army
marched an overwhelming forco on Jalapa, which
waa strongly fortified and garrisoned by imperial,
Mexican, and Austrian troops. The cannonading
continued for several days at intervals. The Mox
ican Imperial troopa dosortod to tho Liboral army.
Tbo Imperial troopa woro driven to tho Cathedral,
whoro thoy wcro cut off from supr-?os of food and
water. Cannonading waB distinctly hoard over
fifty mil(?.i. Tho final attack was mude on tho 11th
instant, when tho Imperial troops surrondorcd
prisoners of war, and wcro so respected. On tho
11th, Colonel Dupcau, with ono thousand troops,
arrived from San Bortohmia, en route to Jalapa,
and hearing of tho surrender, returned to Orizatia.
Tho Alliance brought dispatches for tho Ameri
can and French Constds at this port, the purport
of which is unknown.
Tho steamship Manhattan, from New York, hav
ing rccoivcd three day..' quarantine at Havana, liad
not yet arrived at Vera Cruz.
Bunoi.AB? at Oet.an-f25,000 Stolen feom a
Banking Office.-Our town was startled, on Fridoy
morning, by Iho discovery of a great burglary in
the banking office of Mcssib. Stowell, Chamberlain
i- Co. Tho safo was ?i double one, made by Lowis
Lillie, of Troy, of tho largest size, woighing many
thousand pounds. The burglars obtained an cu
tranco into the offico by prying opon ono of the
windows with n jimmy. In tho lower loft hand
corner of tho right hand outer door of tho safo,
which was two inches thick, a bolo was drilled,
through which powder was iutrouueed. It was
blown opon, separating tho outside from the bolls
and inside casing, roiidcring it a completo wreck.
Tho lower hinges of both doora wcro broken off.
Thoy noxt altachod the inside safe, which was two
feot high, extending the width arid depth of tho
main safo. This was ono and a half inches thick,
made with foldiug doora. They drilled another
liolo through tho hand door, in nearly tho Bamo
point thoy had on the outside safo, blowing epen
both doors. This gavo them access to tho monoy
und bonds, amounting to $2?,000, which thoy car
ried off. Tho larger portion of this belonged to
special depositors. Thoy also took valuable papers
belonging to tho finn, leaving in their flight a bag
of gold and silver; also a hundred dollar bill. This
.alo was made to order by Mr. Lillio, of chilled
?ron, and was supposed to bo burglar-proof, as it
ivas a double safe, ono inside of the other, with
Lillio's combination locks on the ontsido and i?
udo doors. No trace of tbo burglars has been
hscoverod. Thoy caine well propafod with jim
inios, drills, gunpowder, Ac. The olork of the
bank did not leave thoro until 12 o'clock at night,
rho explosion was heard about i iu the morning,
mowing thoy woro expeditious in their work.
Valuable Discoveuy.-On the farm of David
Graham, Esq., near Max's Meadows, in Wjtho
county, Va.,- has recently been discovered a mino
if the yellow oxido of zino. A Northern geologist
_ayB that this mino containa moro zinc ore than
:an bo found in every Northorn Stato combined,
ind Mr. Graham informs tho Wythovillo Dispatch
that over one hundred tons of the ore can bo
licked up on tho surface of tho ground.
-? ? ?
The Case of Pbbjubv_David Williams, frecd
nan, vjbo was conviotod of tho crime of perjury on
friday last, the 23d, underwent the punishment of
bo Court on Saturday, to wit: thirty-nino lashes
>n his bare back, and standing in tho pillory uno
lour.-Salisbury North State.
At Richmond, Va., on Wednesday, Xovombor 28th,
L8G?, by tho Hoy. Okoi.gk Jacobs, at Uio residonco of
:ho brido'a father, 9. M. LEVIN, of Charlo-ton, 8. C, and
ESSIE, daughter of Solomon Davis, Esq., of Richmond,
Ou Tuesday evoning, Novcmbor 27th, at millbrook, tho
.esidence of tho bride's father, by the How S. Fubman,
_Ir. WILLIAM R. DELGAR, of this city, to ulina MAO
HE T., daughter of Mabion Sandeiui, Esq., of Sumtcr
On Sunda}', 25th Inat., by the Rev. E. J. MnxNAimix,
-t tho rcsidonco of tho bride's father, THO... J. ELLIS to
SARAH, eldest daughter of Joshua Bdszk, both vi ?iis '
On Tuesday, 27lh Inst, by the Rov. E. J. Meynabdif.,
it the rcaldonco o? tho brido'? father, OEOIU.E ORA
IAM, of WilllumBburg DiBtrlct, to LIZZIE, eldest
laughter of Benjamin Ei.i.tk, of this elly. <"
__?__?_ I ii I -uti __-, _n__nwrnr -?- ti--'"?---- ? --__i
THE SEASON OY STORMS.
Tho blasts of autumn and tho cliill storms of early win
er aro apt to moko sod inroads upon tho constitutions of
ho feeble". In old times, at tho commencement of every
enson, it was tho fashion to take a strong cathnrtlc us a
afegnard against a chango of temperature It was a
rorso Ulan Kciiaelciis practice. The people of our day
indorstand tho matter hotter. Iubiead of depleting tho
ystcin tiley ivinforco it. In tho method they adopt they
ihibit a wiso discrimination. Instead of resorting to
ho vitiated sUmuluuts of commerce, or any of the com
lotunls derived from them, thoy put their faith in tho
inly absolutely puro lnvfgoraut procurable in tho mar
[C--IIOSTETTER'S BTOMACH BITTERS. Their fuith
a well founded. Never has any tonic medicine been pre
larcd with euch srnipi?oiis precision and conscientious
aro. It Is a vegettblo compound, of which ovcry tngre
tlent ia Round, wholesome?, and medicinal in tho duo
onso of tho word. Now we havo threo prominent na
iontil complaints. One-halt of tho adult population of
ho United States nutter, moro or less, cither from din
jiaca of the stomach, derungoincnte of tho liver, or aflec
ion? of the kidneys. In no other land under Heaven
,ro these maladies so general as in tliia country, and
lOSTETTER'S BITTERS is a specific for them all, u?
osa organic In their origin, and, therefore, beyond euro,
ind let tiloso who aro fortunato enough to bo exempt
rom them at present understand ono great fact, viz :
hat an occasional uso of this vitalizing tonic will prevent
ho earth from freezing whoro its genial beams descend.
December 8_ 6
.O WnOLESAliE GROCERS, LIQUOR DEALEB8, D18
1 TILLERS, DRUGGISTS. GLASS AND
ESSENTIAL OIL8. EXTRACTS AND ESSENCES FOB
avorlng and improving Brandies, Whiskeys, Rums,
Fines, Older, Ac., Ac. Ago and Body Preparation? for
foutralizing und Mollifying Whiskeys and Spirits, Ex
racts of Holland and London Gins, Colorings, Gum and i
ngar Syrupa, and Fruit Juicos. Dr. Fcuchlwanger's ? j
'realise on Fermentft Liquors, with 1000 Receipt* and
Hrectiont. ' A
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OXIDES. ORE?, kc.
Fon Hoai' MANUFAOTUiuiBa.-Silicato of Soda, Solublo
-laea or Liquid Quartz, in Dry Crystal, Liquid or JoUy
'onn; Caustlo Soda, Soda Ash, Palm and Cocoanut Oils,
oapstono and China Clay.
All orders sont to me will havo prompt attention, and
very Information roquirod vrUl bo cheerfully glvon by
JOS. W. FEUCHTW?NGER,
No. 65 Oodar-streot, Now York.
October 10 _ wfm3mos
MARION PIKE ENGINE COMPANY.
THE MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY OF THIS
'?ty havo, m accordauco with tho sentiments of tho eitl
en? generally, determined to procuro a STEAM FIRE
?KOINE AND APPARATUS, of the most approved pat
_ruH. They therefore fwliclit tho liberal aid of their fel
m-citizens to onablo thom to pay for tho samo. Tho
lompany refer to tliolr services for tho past twonty-eoven
eora in thoFlro Department in aid of this appeal.
A Committee, consisting of W. RONAN and A. HAM
ILTON, will call upon tho citizens for their contribu
ions. HENRY L. CALDER,
November 0_Secretary Marion Ftro Engine Co.
rUIF, UNDERSIGNED ARB ASSOCIATED AS PART
NERS, and propose to practico In the STATK
lOURTfl OF LAW AND 1 QUIT? for tho Difiri?te oi
larnweU, Beaufort and Collcton, under the name and
lyle* of "DAVANT." _
Otto*, tor the pro-tnt, at OtLLlflONVILLE, South
^^ ,___--_, _^ jTdavant.
N oran bor 39 tm i.O. DA YAN T.
I*ToccciUngs of the Hoard of Coniminsloncrs
of the (liiiili'?linn Orphan House, iinanL
moiinly uiliijitni on ?9th November, 18-0.
Resolved, That tho llborallty and thoughtful considora
tion which prompted the ladies in chai-go of the ontor
tainmoiit at lliborniau Hall, Tor tho henel) t of Ht. Mary'h
Church, to afl'nnl tho oiliccra and chlldron of this Insti
tutlou an opportunity for witnessing, gratuitously, tho
highly lulen Kling exhibition, anil of partaking of the
iiboral provlHion nimio on that occasion, is ontitlod to tho
rnnnocttul acknowledgment- of this Hoard.
Retained, That tho Chairman bo requested to commu
ai? uti? to tho lailicH rolorred to tho forogolng resolution,
with tho assurance of tho high appreciation ontortainod
by this llonrd of tho kindness niuiiifcBted towrirds tholr
Resolved, That the foregoing resolutions lui published
in thadaily paper?. 1 Decembor 3
JOiT NOTICE. -CONSIGNEES PER STEAM
SHIP MONEKA aro hereby notified thnl slio ia This
Day diacliarj-itig cargo at North Atlantic Wharf. All Goods
remaining on tho wharf at sunset will bo stored at ex
penso and risk ol' owners. A. GETTY k CO.,
All Freight amounting to fifteen (15) dollars, or less,
munt bo paid ou the whurf before delivery of doods.
December 3 3
JK_- CON-IONEES' NOTICE. - CONSIGNEES
per steamer "SEA GULL," from Baltimore, aro hereby
notified that (die Is discharging cargo Tins Day at Union
Wharf. All goods remaining on tho whurf after nunnet
will be ntorud al their expenso und riBk.
December 3 I MOKDECAl ft CO., Agonta.
VxT NOTICE.-CONSIGNEES PER SniP AME
LIA arc hereby notified that sho has boen entered undor
the Five Day Act. All gooda not permitted at tho expira
tion of that time will be soot to tho Custom Ilouao Storos.
JOHN FRASER k CO.
December I 3
?.NOTICE.-CONSIGNEES PER MER?
CHANTS' LINE Steamer LULU, aro notified that abo is
discharging cargo at Brown k Co.'b South Wharf. Goods
uncalled for nt sunset remain on wharf nt consignees'
lis'.?. STItEET BROTHERS k CO.,
Agenta Merchants' Lino B. k C. Steamships.
Doccmber 1 2
?3- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP
PLICATION will bo mado st tho noxt seasloo of the Leg
islature for a Charier of Incorporation of n Company to
bo called THE CHABLESTON IMPROVED GASLIGHT
COMPANY. lamoSmoB October 3
???-"".ELECTION OP COMMISSIONERS OF PUB
LIC INSTITUTIONS.-OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.
November 23, 18G0.-City Council will proceed, at it
next Ungular Meeting, to an election of Commissioners
of Public InstituUons..
By order: W. H. SMITH.
November 2G Clerk of Council.
j*3- PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, WILMINGTON
A_*DMANCB3_*TER RAILROAD-WTLMINGTON, H??.,
Novehdeb 28, 1800-The Wilmington and M-nohestor
BaBroad Company lior-Vy given notice that it baa plsoed
to tho credit of its First Preforrod First Mortgage Bond
holders, with. M. B. JESUP k CO., No. 8-1 Broadway;
New York, tho 8EMI-ANNUAL INTEREST duo on said
Bonds on Decomber lut, 18GG. Holder? of Coupons wilt
plca.so collect tholr intercut.
HENRY M. DEANE,
November 29 ? President.
?.ESTA T E NO T I C E_ALL PERSONS
having claims against tho Estate of tho lato JOSEPH L
HOWABD will present them, duly attested, and sU per.
sous indebted (boceto will mako payment to
S. L. HOWARD.
November -ii Qunlillod Executor.
JOarXOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING LEGAL
claims ogainsl the Enlato o? JOIIN KIRKPATRICK, do
oc-scd, will present thom, properly attested, and all In
debted to the ?aid Estuto will mako paymout to
JAS. D. KIRKPATRICK,
November 2u m3 No. 6 Accommodation Wharf.
?TB-BSSIia EDITORS : PLEiVSE 'ANNOUNCE
Mr. H. RODDIN a Candidato for Alderman of Ward No.
i, in placo of William L. Tr-kiio-u, and obligo
MANY MECHANICS AND WORKING MEN.
. joes-WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHITING, Esq., os a candidato for Shorlff of
Charleston (Judicial) District, at tho noxt oloetion.
mr WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
WM. BLUM DINGLE aa a Candidate for tho Shori-alty
it the ensuing election.
September 11 Cm
jaar notice.-pursuant to the pro
visions of the Act of Aracmbly incorporating tho
PLANTERS* AND FARMERS' RELIEF ASSOCIATION,
the books of subscription will bo opened by the under
signed, at the Btoro of B. W. GALE k CO., No. 45 Went
worth Btroet, To-Morrow, 12th of Novembor, and will re
main open until further notice.
The aliares aro five hundred lu number, and SCOO each.
An instalmont of live dollars per share will be roquirod
upon making aubsuription. R. W. GALE,
GEO. O. RODIN80N.
til (AS. E. ROBINSON.
Novombor 12 sul mwf WM. n. BELLAMY.
"?-state of south carolF?a
-COLLETON DISDBICT-By B. ALLAN W***_LI8.
Esq., Ordinary.-Whereas, BENJAMIN STOKES, Com
mlssioner in Equity, made ?nit tome to grant bim Letters
)f Administration of the Eatato and Effect- of QGORGE H.
MUCK EN FUSS. These are therefore ?to cito and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said
"}_o-o_ H. Muckeni'oss, late of Collotoii District, do
icased, that they bo and appear boforo me, In tho Court
>f Ordinary, to bo hold at Waltcrboro' on the 14th Docem
icr next after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock In tho
oronoon, to show cause, if any they havo, why tho said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this fifth day of November, Ann*
Domini 1830. B. ALLAN WILLIS, O. O. D.
November 12 . nr?
jtjSfA MODERN MIRACLE I-FROM OLD AND
roung, from rich anti poor, from high-born and lowly,
:omcs the universal voice of praise for
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR REN EWER.
It is a perfect anti miraculous article. Cures baldness. .
Via-os bair grow. A botter dressing than any ..oil" or
.pomotum." 8oftcnfl brash, tiry ond wiry hair Into
[le_iitiful Silken Trosses. But, above all, tho groat won
1er is the rapidity with which it restores GRAY HAIR
ro ITS ORIGINA!, COLOR.
Uso It a few limes, and
PRESTO, CHANGE I
.ho whitest and worst looking hair resumes ita youthful
xiauty. It does not dyo tho hair, but strike- at tho roots,
ind nils It with new life and coloring matter.
It will io. take a long, ?Msagreeablo trial to provo tho
rut I- of this matter. The first application will do good;
roo will soo tho NATURAL COLOR returning ovory day,
BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,
he old. gray, discolorod appoaraneca of tbo hoir will bo
'odo, giving placo to lustrous1, chining, and beautiful
Ask for Hall's Soicilian Hair Bsncwor ; no other article
a at all Uko It in offee t. You will find it
JHKAP TO BUY. PLEASANT TO TRY?
and SURE TO DO YOU GOOD.
There are many Imitations. Be sure yon procuro the.
.e-ulns, ___mi.ict_rcd only by
li. P. HALL * CO., Nashua, N, H.
Vor salo by an druggists. Whole-ale by
U-Nh au?*? OOAtMtftoU