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N K W ? S ? M M A K Y. I
-Gold closed in New York on Saturday
-Cotton in New York cioaed oa Saturday
dull at 291. Sales 1000 bales.
-Cotton closed on Saturday in Liverpool at:
uplands T2?al2ia.; Or'.eaoB 123al2id. Stiles.
-Miss Maggie Mitchell is building a thirty
thousand dollar house in New York.
-Within the last six months two thousand
persons have died of smallpox, in San Francis?
-A locomotive,. which is put in motion
without s cam or compressed air, is on exhi?
bition ?n Mew York.
-Th J "Sociai Equality bill," placing the two
races on un equal footing, has been passed by
the Louisiana State Senate.
-A Paris shopkeeper has been fined for ex?
hibiting goods in his window marked at a
1 ower figuro tb an he would sell.
The Spanish. Provisional Government ia said
o be twice as extravagant ps Queen Isabella's
was, and the people are grumbling.
-President Roberta, of Liberia, dined at
Senator Sumner's last week, the first time a
colored man has sat at a senatorial mahogany.
-The Norfolk Virginian claims an area of
six hundred and forty thousand acres or "oys?
ter rock3" in Virginia, yielding an annual rev?
enan of $10,0'!0,000.
-Tho relatives of Atzcrodt lately ruado ap
.plk-atiou. to t he President tor thc privilege of
removing his remains to the family burial
ground. The Prosid3nt granted the request.
-England is now paj ing $75,000,000 a year for
her standing army, lt is to reduce this ex?
penditure that all the British regulars aro to
be withdrawn from Canada early next summer.
- Ono of the editors of the Montgomery
(Al.:.) Mail waa recently seat to prison for rc
fusitii; to serve as a juror, the court dec?iuing
to accept his ploa for exemption that ho wa3 an
-Louis Napoleon will euler upon his sixty
second year next month, and the Empress ia
August will celebrate her forty-third birthday.
They both J ook young for their years, in spite
of tba cares of Sta'.e.
-Greece Ii xs sent an answer to the peace
conferenco, giving her adherence to tho peace
. protool. S ) Crete has yet to await, her day
of coveted escape from Taxicab rule. Thc
combined European powers arc too much for
Buss ii in tho premises.
-The friends of Jchn C. Braiae, tho alleged
Chesapeake depredator, arc using theil utmost
endeavors to have him released. He is confined
n tho county jail in, Brooklyn, Now York,
and hu Docomo a mere wreck of his former
self, being afflicted by disease and compelled
to go about on a crutch.
-Gtilignani says that, through tho efforts
of Geaerai Dix, Americaus will in futuro be
allowed to enter, live in and leave Prauco with
oatpasspoits, a remarkable concession enough,
considering tho combustible chancier that
attaches to some ot our wandering citizenship.
Amener. 3 ara now free of most Europ?en
kingdom*, with the notable exception of thc
Czar's, territory. And yet Poissia :B tho pow?
er towards which free American sympathies
illogically tend-a striking illustration that ex?
. -A Wathtngton dispatch of Friday to tho
Baltimore Sun says : "Geuerai Grant's pur?
pose with regard to his Cabinet has at last
been divulged. It is reported to-day, and
upon the very best autnority, that tho first in?
timation any one will receive with regard to
his appointments will oe in tho official com?
munication to the Se-iule on March 5th. Ii
his appointees are confirmed their names will
be announce.!; if they aro rejected, he will re?
quest that no announcement be mado. The
scores of members who are anxious for Cabinet
appointments aro not at all pleased with tho
well-understood purpose of tho Prcsidont in
-A Washington tc :grarn, of Friday, says:
/Tho commit teo on . citations and sales of
tickets for tin inauguration ball, it is said,
have not taken into consideration the question
whether colored people shall bc permitted to
participate in the entertainment. They havo
intentionally avoided all discussion upon that
perplexing point, and mear to sell tickets to.
everybody who will buy, and let thc matter m
' dispute take care of itself. There aro those
here, however, who are planniug to make the
committee take ground on either side of thc
question beforo the ball takes place. In that
event it is thought that a voto of the committee
will decide against the admission of colored
-Under the head of "Eoticcnt Visitors," tho
Jacksonville (Fla.) Union says : "Several Cu?
bans r.rrived in this city on Thursday morning
last, a part cf them registering at their hotel
f rom -New York and others from Honduras.
They were very gentlemanly, well educated,
and conversed freoly upon general subjects!
but nothing could be learned from them as to
their bu:ines8 :n this city. Oa Suuday morn?
ing the party was increased by the arrival of
twenty-thrjc others, making in all about forty
five of them, registering from Honduras and
Havana. Immediately after they liad break?
fasted, tho entire party proceeded to Dibbles
wharf, whore they were promptly met by the
steamer Hanny Burdon, which they had
chartered for Nassau, N. P. ' The whole
company were very reticent, and nothing
waa known concerning their destination,
pr?tions to their departnre.except by the agents
of the steamer and the custom house officers."
The Savanoah Advertiser of Saturday adds :
"A small craft left this port, or rather was to
leave to-day, about whose movements some
auspicious might well be entertained, she be?
ing pierced for two guns and about to sail *on
a cruise.' Wo learned from a gentleman just
from Cuba that above two thousand men had
already landed on tho island from various
Southern ports, and that numerous expeditions
of more cr less importance were under way."
-A New York letter says of the lato James
T.Brady : "The last time that I saw Mr. Brady
was when in company with John T. Hoffman
and Horace Greeley. He rode down Broadway
behind the remains of poor Miles OTteiliy. He
looked poorly then-in fact, for three years
past, he did not kok at all like the man he
used to be. A stroke of paralysis on Saturday
night gave warning of the dissolution near at
hand, and before daylight Tuesday morning
James T. Brady passed quietly away. His
death is deeply lamented by bar, bench and
public, and in tho many social circles to
which his happy face brought sunshine, and
his voioc was like perpetual music. For a
moto genial, courteous, popular and accom?
plished gentleman than Mr. Brady never sat at
public or private board in New York. Of bis
eminence at tho bar it would be superfluous to
speak. A? an advocate in criminal cases he
was unequalled, aud even in important civil
cases he was not easily matched. He had
beaten Charles O'Conor, "Wm. Evartt>, Judge
Pierrepont and several other most distinguish?
ed members of the New York bar, and won
cases which, before he began to speak, seemed
already settled in favor of the other side. Mr.
Brady was famous for gallantry to the ladies,
but bc never married. I have often met him of
an evening walking with que of bis sisters, who
was married, aud to whom he was so warmly
attached that he fcond her society preferable to
that of any other woman. At public and private
dinners., where b^sts were to bc responded to,
he was always set down to speak for the
ladies, and it was worth going miles to hear
one of his playful and witty speeches on these
occasions. Before half a century of hard
work had turned his curling brown hair gray,
he was a frequent contributor to thc maga?
zines and the first-class weekllej, and bis arti?
cles, whether in prose or varse, were marked
by th? sime sparkling, happy, vivacious
thought that characterized his popular after
Tinner speeches. For over thirty years Mr.
Brady was an active DEmocrat, though never
aspiring to the distinction of a leader. lu fact
he had a strong aversion to political life, and
a rather small opinion of the mon who make
politics a trade."
MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1869.
The Public Drift.
Gentlemen from the North assure aa, and
the tone of the press seems to confirm the
st: iement, that a considerable change of
opinion in regard to Southern affairs is
taking place-a change so considerable, in?
deed, as io bring the conservative Repub?
licans and the conservative Democrats upon
substantially the same platform.
The Springfield Republican, one of the
most thoughtful and influential organs of
that party, made a confession immediately
after the elections, admitting the fact of a
growing opposition to Radicalism and even
of a majority hostile to the general legisla?
tion of Congress. The November victory
was nos achieved bj tho Republicans as a
political organization. The only issue mauj
before tho people and decided by their votes,
v.us that of "a good admiuislration and a
"faithful execution of the laws/' But if
the support of the people had been de?
manded iu behalf of the general policy of
Congress, "they would have been found
"wanting under the test.*' Whereupon the
w.nr?ing is sounded against any extreme
legislation and any shitkiog of those meas?
ures of reform which the public welfare
Already it is easy to observe the general
drift. Thc oracular sentences of General
Grant, the speeches (semi-official) of Mr.
Washburn?, arid the tone of the prees, all
serve to indicate the measures to which the
new administration will adhere. They are
mainly two-the adjustment of the revenues
and the perfecting of thc Reconstruction
IQ finance, tho people demanda return to
the simplicity and frugality of a peace ad?
ministration. The taxes must be reduced.
Special legislation in behalf of corrupt spec?
ulators and arrogant "rings," of whatever
sort, must ceise. There must be an eco?
nomical administration iu all the depart?
ments of the government. To this finan?
cial policy General' Grant is committed.
Upon its conduct will depend, uot only the
success of his official career, bat the integ?
rity and existence of the Republican party.
In regard to the Reconstruction acts, it
is conceded that they have two offensive
features requiring modification. The first
consists in the imposition of political disa?
bilities. These might have been tolerated
by tho ruling majority, however uncons'i
tutional, had they not failed of their object.
They have not secured the permaneut tri?
umph of party. They have served, for a
time, to give factitious importance to infe?
rior men and to the unintelligent classes.
They have encouraged an alienation of
feeling between the citizens of the samo
State, and between the States^jand the Gen?
eral Government. In such a case it is mere
empirical treatment to appoint*committees
on election irregularities in fiju'h Carolina
or any other State; the first duty of Con?
gress is to withdraw its injunctions upon
the legal privileges of electors. There is
reason to expect that the new administra?
tion will act upon this lina of policy.
Ia regard to another important feaiure,
the opinions of thoughtful men of various
political complexions display a closer cor?
respondence. The language of the Repub?
lican is very significant. "Unqualified nc
"gro suffrage," it says, "will not- bear ex?
amination, and must eventually be uiodi
"fieu; but the circumstances of the si'.ua
"lion are so difficult and peculiar, that an
"immediate change is not practicable. AH
"that cm be done hereafter, al!, indeed,
"that is desirable to bo dor.e, is to intro
"duce throughout tho cuntry an educa?
tional test, impartial with respect to color
"and tex, by which thc suffrage wiU be tim
"ited to persons of some intcl'ig^..uc?,,
"whether black, white, redor yellow." If
we leave out the italicised portion of this
extract, embracing concessions which pub?
lic sentimeut is not pr9pired to yield, w"hat
remains indicates thu policy which the con?
servative Republicans will eudeavor to in?
augurate. It wili give us a ?vastly better
condition of things at the JSouth than we
have enjoyed since the termination of the
If the Congressional committee, whom
tho war-horse Whittemore has succeeded in
securing for South Carolina, shall consist
of pnv.ical men who will fairly investigate
the present modes, appliances and results
of election, we doubt not that ike cause ol'
good order will be promoted ia thc Stale.
It will be .found that the influence of the
Bureau was potent; that the ignorant
among the electors voted in droves, at the
bidding of authority, and under the express
or implied pledge than their partisan fidel?
ity would be liberally rewardel with mules
and offices and acres.. It will be found that
secret leagues and opea intimidation and
violence were often resorted ?o for the pur
pose of thrusting mere, adventurers and ex
o?icials ?ufo cilice. Credulity uni conceit
and fear were played upon with unblushing
effrontery. Thus, for example, Colonel
Seymour, we hear, was defeated on James'
Island by the report that he was the brother
of the Presidential aspirant, and that thc col.
ored people would be ruined if the ouc brother
were made President and the other the repre?
sentative from this district. We aursclves
heard a colored man passionately contend for
the Republicans upon Christian principles
because, as he said, "Jesus Christ was a
"friend of publicans and sinners !" Oae of
the representatives from Williamsburg be?
lieves that Congress meets in Columbia, aud
obstinately claims that he is a member of
Congress. These instances, taken at ran?
dom, mere straws upon the surface of the
current, will Bhow how curiously thc pres?
ent system of suffrage works. In such a
country as ours, in such au age, it is anom?
alous and absurd. We cannot afford to
dispense with intelligence in the selection
of our rulers, or with intelligence and char?
acter in the making of our laws.
We have nat taken a gloomy view of the
future, as our readers kaow; nor do we
now. We believe the general drift of pub?
lic opinion, and even of the political par?
ties, is in our favor. A little more patience,
a little more forbearance, and all will he as
we would have it. It is a long lane that
knows no turning; and as to ours, wc can
already see where it bends.
GOVEHSOR SCOTT has issued an order to
Adjutant and Inspector-General Moses to
I organize his department and proceed to en?
list the force referred to in the joint resolu?
tion authorizing the Governor to employ an
armed force fo.' the preservation of the
TAE NEW YOBK BASK STATEMENT for
January shows a contraction in loans and a
continued outflow of currency to the South.
WANTED, A *tVHITK "WOMAN" TO
CO.'K and WASH tor a small lamily. Apply
at No. 0 3 SOCIKi Y-STREEf.
February IC 1
WA IV TKO. A G?OU SEC?MJ-I1A.-VIJ
PORTABLE ENGINE, six-borao power.
Must be in tine order in every rt??peel.
JAMES K. PRINGLE,
February 13 3 No. C Adder's North Wharf.
"TTTANTED TO Pt'KU ??ASK, A HOUSE
j V In tho lower part ol' the city, with not less
than eisht rooms, and a cood garden aud outbuild?
ings. Address-A. at NEWSOFFICt.
Februar. 12 0*
V?TANTED, KY A LADY, A SITUATION
Yr aa Housekeeper, orto make hovell generally
useful. Compensation no ol ject, as her desire is to
obtain a home. The best of recommeLdations can
bo given. Apptyat ?Co. 73 EAST BAY.
W'-.TED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for :he prr-ss, employment on
oue or c:oro Literary Par-cr* or Slrgazim-i?, as u
WEITER OE SKETCHES, POETRY, &c. Address
Miss K. K. W., PostoikVe. Charleston, 8. c.
WASTED, AGENTS TO SELI* THIS
AMERICAN ENI I TING M--.C81XE. Price
$25. 'J he simplest, cheapest and besr Knitting Ma?
chino ever invented. Will Unit 2O.U0O stitches per
minute. Liberal inducements io ogetitp. Addre?s
AMERICAN KMICIING MACHINE COMPANY,
Jjos'ou, Mass., or st. Louis, Mo.
_1 ?RXT? W-INT Kl?.-S75TOS'200PKie
~?\. month, or a cominis sion from which twice
that amount can be m nie by Felling the latest uv
prove?) COMMON bEN^i: FAMILY NEWING M.
CHIN K : price Sis. I or circulars and terms, address
C. BOWE i S ic CO., No. 320 Soulh Tbird-slrecl,
Phila lelpbia, Pa. 3ino December 5
WANTED. EVE R Y SOD Y TO SUB.
SCRIBE to the C ni'"PLATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES. C lUvrTXTES'P Select Library of Sew
L'ooks coutaiu* ail ot tho latest publications.
April 21 No. ?t'ii KING-STREET.
TO KENT. THAT VERY PLEASANT
BEEIDEN'E No 19 societv-street. con la lu lng
six square room?, dressing loom aud pantry, with
gas. ana a ?uc ciste n, kitchen aud stable. Apoly
to J. H. DAWSON, >o. 42 Eadchffe-street.
.iebnury 12 fm2*
1VJ RENT, THAT DESI KA ISLE AND
old established PHOlOGRAPH tiALLERY.
corner of Kins? and Liberty streetp. J or particulars
apply to MILES I'R.VKE. wfm3 Fetiruory 10
TO KENT. A PA KM, SITUATE OX
Cooper River, i ight ailes from thc city, con?
taining 401 acree, between C5 and 70 acres oeenand
planted m 186S. On it is a comfortable dwelliuu,
barn, ttable and negro houses. Apply at THI? Of
FlCj^_wini 3_February 10
TO KENT, A PLEASANT ROOM INA
genteel private Jamilv, whero there are no
children. Apply at No. 28 KING-Sl'BBET, near Mic
Battery. 3 February 13
EOOMS TO lt EXT TO A VAM1LY
without chlldrcu. Applv to G. GRAF, north
cast cerner of Wentworth and Pitt ttrcets.
?T PK IV ATE SALK, A DESIK Ai?L E
BOUSE fud four sere LOT iu thc Town ol'
Aiken, S. C. .
'J he House contiias s*ven (7) rnoms on one Coor,
celled and paperej, ami twa (.) goxl att:cs: trouts
south, with piazzas to the south anil nest, and is in
good condition, requi-iug but sligi t repairs.
The Ki chen con tai na three |3) n.otus.
Thc location ol these premises is ono of tho best in
Aiken Hl tut-ii on ?hill m the noriheasiern portion
ol the town, eoramanshig a flu.-view o!' Die same,
und only about ten (1U| minutes' valli from t'a.
For further particulars, apply to
GEORi?K 1>. CONNOR.
February 15 No. ll Broad-street.
JUST AKK1VBD AND KOtt SALK, A
lotof PRIME Yul/XG BitOKE MOLES', at the
subscribe's stables, Queen-street, between friend
una M-zyck. T. WEST".
Februar.? 15 _ 1
AT PK!VATE SALT, THE HOUSE
AND 1.01 at thc southeast corner of King and
Cuibouu streets, contai tung two stores, thrcu ?tories
hig'i, an.i oa aver.'large lot. bota atures, at good
roato, aie now occupied as grocery stores For
tcrius, &c. apply to T A. WHITNEY, Frauklin
street, one cl.or ?oula of Quetn-sireet.
L. B LOYt GREEN,
Executor Estates. H Lovegrceu.
N. H.-All persons havjrg claims or demanda
sgairtst thc above Estate, will present thc same for
settlement, properly attested; and those indee.cd
will mate pujmouL L. B. LOVEGREUN,
Executor Estate S. li. Lovegrceu.
February 13 mtunv;
AVERY PRIME YOUNG MULE FOR
130 000 ORA* BRICK, nu alaniing fourteen miles
Irom UIJ city, conveniently placed lor shipping.
Apply at No. 17 ASHLfcY-sTREEl.
February io wftn
STEAM ENGINES FDR SAL.E CHEAP,
if applied tor iminerliafely
ill One 12 boree Portable ENGINE
(ll Ono 4-corse Portable Engine.
ll) One 8-hor8C-power ENGINE, iu good condition.
CAMERON, B*RKLfc.V A- (O.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
LAW NO ITCE_THE UNDERSIGNED
have this da? formed a Copartner>hip for the
practioe of LAV/ AND EQUITY in t-umter rad ad?
joining Counties, and ia tho United .Sta c-> Courts for
the District of South Carolina, und?r the name and
style of RICHARDSON * MUSE-..
JAMES rf G. RICHABD90N.
M >NfGOMERY MOsEts.
Sumter, rt. C.. Febmarr 3. .'ebrmrv 9
JAW H OTIC E.-MCMILLAN KING,
J Esq.. lu this day admitted a partner in our
CAMPBELL ii SEABROOK, Lawvcrs.
No. CO Broad-street.
JAME' B. CAMPBELL.
MCMILLAN KIbG. Januar? I
OF!- ICE OF UDOLPH? WOLKfcl.
Soie lmp'n 1er nf the ScltieclaraAromatic Schnapps,
No- SM Dcavcr-strcct.
NEW YOBK, November 3. 1808.
To ike People of tue Southern States :
WHEN THE PUKE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely known ss WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was in'roduced into the world, under
the endorsement of four thousand leading members
ot' the medical profession some twenty years ago, Its
proprietor was woU aware tbat it could not wholly
escape tbe penalty attached to all new and usefu
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to invest ii
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate it dim
cult and dangerous. It wa? submitted to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them thc- purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having oeeu thus ascertained, sam?
ples of tho article were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all thc icadiug practitioners in
tbe United States, for purposes of experiment. A
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation and a
reporto! the result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of tho most eminent medical men in
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
the profession, as no rebanee could be placed on the
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which were
more or less adulterated, an:1. Ihercfore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the oi of juniper, which formed one of
the principal ingredients of the Schnapps, together
wilban unalloyed character of tho alcoholic ele?
ment, give it, iu the estimation of the'faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant os a diuretic Unie and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of the highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of its genuine?
ness. Other pr-can?ous against fraud were also
adopted; a patent was obtained for the article, the
label was copyrighted, a tac simile of the proprietor's
autograph signature was attached ta each label and
cover, his uame and that of thc preparation were em?
bossed on the bottles, and the coria; were scaled with
his private seal. No article had over been sold in
this country under the name of Schnapps prior to
the introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and tbe label was deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for thc Southern District of New York during that
.It might bc supposed by persons unacquainted
with the dJring character of tho pirates who proy
upou the reputation ofhonorablo merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash tinder their name, that the pro?
tections so earcfuUy thrown around these Scfioapps
would have precluded tue introductions and eale of |
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to havo
stimulated the rapacity of impostors. The trade
mark ot th: proprietor has been stolen; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alone
received from the medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles hare been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circulara copied, and worso than all,
dishonorable retailer?, after disposing of tho genuine
coutcnts of hiB bottles, have tilled them up with
commou gin, the most deleterious of all liquors, and
thus made hts came and bri ml a cover for poison.
Hie public, the medical protection and the sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pre
.'.icribed as a remedy, aro equally intereste . with tho
proprietor in thcdc-toc'.ion and suppression of these
uolarious practices. The genuine atticle, mauutac
lured at the establishment of thc under: i gu cd in
SeuicclJiii, Holland, is distilled frpiu a barley of thc
finest quality, and flavored with an essential extract
ol the berry of thc Italian jui'ipe-, of unequalled pu?
rity. Ry a process unknown in the preparation of !
any other liquor, it ls treed from every acrimonious
and corrosive clement.
Complaints have been rcreivoJ from the leading
physicians and families in thc southern States of J
the sale of cheap imitation; of tho Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps in tLoso markets; and travellers,
who are In the habit ot Using it as an antidote to thc
baneful influence of unwholesome river water, tes
tlfy that cheap Qin, put up in Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed, ot! upon tho unwary. Tho
ngctls ol too uudc-? igatil hnrc wen requested to
institute iuquiries on the subject, and to forward to
him the names of such parties as they may ascer?
tain lo bo engaged in the atrocious system of decep?
tion. In ccneiu.-ion, the undorslgucd would say that
he baa produced, from under the hands of tho most
dhitinguifhea men of science iu America, proofs un
answerable of the purity and medicinal excel?
lence cit the Bchiedam Aromatic Schnapps; that
he has cxpeuded many thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantee.- and rafc;:uurd.?, which
he cte signed should protect thc public and himself
uga.nst fraudulent imitations; that he has shown it
lo bo Ihe only liquor in tho werld that can be uni?
formly dopeuded upon as unadulterated; that he has
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all Us tornas; and trom every ordoil
the preparation wkl. b bears his name, seal and trade
mark, has come off triumphant. He, Ihercfore, feels
it a duly he owes to his lellow-eit?z"ns generally, to
tho medical profession and thc sick, to denounce
aud expose thc charlatans who counterleit these evi?
dencie* of identity, and bc calls upon the press and
the I'UbUc to aid him iu his efforts to remedy so great
Tho following letters and certificates from tho
leading physicians and che misti of this city will
provo to the reader that all goods sold by thc under
shinel are all that they aro repre outed to be.
I ,'ecl bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as bciug in every respect pre-eminently pure, aud
deserving ot medical patronage. At all event?, it is
thc purest possible article of Holland Gin. hereto?
fore unobtainable, uuil as such may bc safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
IMVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
25 iiNE-sTOEET, NEW YOUK, I
Noromber til, 18C7. j
rjooirao WOXJTK, Esq.. Present:
Dear Sir-I have ina le a.chemical examin?t iou of
a sample of your Schiedam schnapps, with tho iu
teui o? doterrmniug if any foreign or injurions aub.
stance had been added to ihr simple distilled spirits,'
ihe examination La? resulted iu tho conclusion
lhac the iampto contained no poisonous or harmful
admixture. ? have i-ocu unable lo discover any
trace ol the deleterious substance* wick aro eui
plored in the adulteration of liquors. I would not
hesitate to use myself or to recouuntnd toothers,
lor medicinal purposes, Hie Schiedam Schnapps as
ou excellent and r?aobJecUonablu variety ul giu.
Very respeetliuly yours,
(Sigaed,) ' CHAS. A. SELLY, Chcinisl.
NEW Yow:, No. Ct! L'EDAE-STUEET . i
Kovemoor 20,1SC7. J
UDOLPUO-WOLTE, Esq.. Present :
Dear Sir-I have submitted to chemical analysis
l\vo bottles ol ".-?ciiiodaui Schnapps," which I took
from a lresh package in your bou.?ed warehouse, amt
lind, os before, that the spirituous liquor is irec
irom injurious ingredients or falsiUcauou; (hat it
has thu marks ol being aged and not recently pre?
pared oj mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
Respectlully, FREU. F. MAYER,
NEW YOUK, Tuesday, May L
UDOLPHO WOLFE. ESQ. :
Dear Sir-The wout of pure Wiues and Liquors
for medicinal purposes has been long felt by tho pro
lession, and thousands ol' lives have been sacrificed
by the usc ot adulterated articles Delirium Ircuieu*,
and oth'-r diseases o. the brain and nerves, to rife
iu this cooutry, ore very rare iu Europe, owing, in a
great decree, io the difference n the puiity of the
We have tested the several arti'ii s imported and
Hold by you, ?uciudiug your Gua. which you selluu
der the uame of Aromatic .-.<cbiedam .vlmappa, which
we confider justly cc titled lo the high reputation it
iia<! acquired in this country; and from your long ex
peiioncc as a foreign importer, your liotUed Wines
and Liquors should meet with tue samo demand.
We would recommend you to appoint some of the
respectable apothecaries in different parts of the city
as ageuts for the sale of your Brandies und Wines,
wncrc ibo profession can obtain (he same when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise,
Vic remain, your obedient servaiite,
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surgery,
University Mcd'cal College, New Yo:k.
J. M. CARNOCHAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
Mager?, Surgcon-in- chief to the btate Hospital,
fte., No. M Eaet Sixteenth-street.
LEWI* A. SAYRE, M. If., No. 73? Broadway.
H P. 1>E WEES, UL D.. No. 791 Broadway.
JOSL'PH W0RS1ER, M. D., No. 120 Ninth-street.
NELSON STEELE, M. D., No. 37 Bleeker-strect.
JOHN O'KEILi.Y. M. D., No. 230Fourth street
B. L RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor ol thp Principles
and Practica ot ouracry, New kork Medical Col?
lege, &c No. til Nintn-wtroet, aud o tu era.
The proprietor also offers for sale.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUOBS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for me
dlcinal uso. Each bottle has bis certificate of its pu?
rity. UDULdPHO WfJhFK.
November ll 3 mos
SAINT ASUBKW'S L?DftIO. K?? IO,
TBE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF TBE
above Lodgo will be bold THIS DENING, at
Seven o'clock, nt Masonic Hall.
By order W. M. . K. X. JEANNERETT,
February 15 1 Secretary.
WA SHIN GTON AKTILLEKY FRIEND
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING THIS (MON?
DAY) EVENING, tue loth instant, at half-post
Seven o'clock, at Hall, "corner King and Liberty
A lar;;e and punctual attendance is desired.
February 15 E. M. HACKER, Secretary.
THE FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CORPO
RATION will be held TOMOBEOW EVENING.
icm instant, at seven o'clock, at the office ot* Mr.
Wilmot G. DeSaussure. Broad-street, neon business
of importance. DANIEL RAVENEL, Jr.,
Fobruai y 15 2 Se- retary.
.ETNA STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
EEGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Company will be held THIB EVENINO, the 15th
instant, at your Hall, Queeu-stiect, at half-past
A lull attendance is earnestly requested. Honor?
ary, contributing end exempt members are cordially
invited to ^e present.
By order. J. B, NIXON, Secetary.
February 15 1
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION.
rE REGULAR MONTELY MtETlNG OF THF!
A ssa Tatton wnl bc held THIS EVENING, at
Masonic Hall, at half-past Sevcu o'clock.
Arrears rec-ived during tee day, at No. 135 Meet?
ing-street, and at the Hall io the evening.
WM. B. STEADMAN.
February 15 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
BIB Li E SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON.
THE FIFTY-ERiRTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE
Charleston Bible Society will ba celebrated on
TO-MORBOW EVENINO, the 10th instant, at the
Second Presbyterian church, commencing at half
past Seven o'clock precisely, when after the read?
ing or the Annual Report, by the Rev. W. H.
ADAMS, appropriate acareases will be doliveied bv
the Rev. J. K. PICKETT and the Rev. W. H.
The public and all friendly to the Bible Cauee aro
cordially Invited to attend.
At the close of tho Exercises a COLLECTION
wiil be token up.
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, ) Committee
CHARLES P. FitAZER, J of
J. N. BOBSJN, ) Arrangements.
February 15 3
fost anti Jironii.
?N/fAIX GUA RDHOUSE,CHARLESTON,
ITJL S. C.. FEBRUAltY 15, 18?0.-Found ?nd
brought to this Post, 'J HR?E SAFE KEYS, which
the owner can havo by proving property und paying
expenses. H. W. HENDRICKS
Februrry 15 3 Captain of Police.
LOST.-LOST ON THE RUTLEDGE
S'JREET Line oi the City Railway, probably
ot the cerner of Calhoun and Rutledgc-strcots, a
large IRON KEY. A sir.table reward will be oaid for
it. iflo'tatTHIs OJ-FICE. 2* February 13
PICK EH UP ON THE Z? INSTANT,
near thc bar. a YAWL BOAT, which (he owner
can have by p oving property and nay inn expenses.
Apply at tho POINT HOUSE, sullivan's Island.
February 13 3*
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD.
Stolen irom near lionnoau'.* Depot, North?
eastern Railroad, on the lGth January, two MULES,
ouealight buy ma-o Mule, black stripe dowu the
buck and sligot stripes around thc leg;; several sa< -
die marks; head large and carried low; tusk ou
right ?ldo of lc wer jaw just protruding; about ten
yea-s old. I bc other, a black hose Mule; seven
years old; quick and lively; no marks; hoofs long
and without frogs; carries head nigh. 'Ihe above
reward will be paid lor tho recovery of the Mules
with the thief, or titty dollara for ibo Mules.
W. N. JOSE?,
Bonneau's, Northeastern Railroad.
February ll 6*
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
UENER AT, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CnumEKTON. ?. C., February 13. IftCO. (
ON AND AFTER SUl'DAY, FEBRUARY HT?,
the PASSENGER TRAINS ot the south L'arc
lllll Railroad will run a? follows :
- Pott AUGUSTS.
Leave Charleston.8.80 A. M.
Arrive ut Attgusla.MOP. Al.
Connecting with trains forM^nut^omery. Memphis
Nashvillo and New Orleans, via Montgomery an?
Leave Charleston..'.8.t'i> A. Ai.
'Arrive at Columbia.5 15 P. M,
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester R iii
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad anc
Leave Augusta.8.iK> A. til
Arrive at Charleston.5 00 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 13 A, Al
Arrive at Charleston.S.OuP. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.3" P. AL
Arrive at Augusta.lt ZO l. M.
Connecting with trcins (or Memphis, Nashvill*
and Hew Orleans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.1.10P. M.
Airivo at Charleston..1.00 A. M.
COLUMBI \ NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.J?.G.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.'.... .1.45 A. il
Connecting (mundays excepted) with Greenville and
Columbia Railroad. ?
Lcavo columbia.5.30 P. M.
irnve ut Charleston.5.t!U A. Al.
SI MMERVTLLK IRAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.01 P. at.
Arrive at Summerville. i.'.O 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A.#M.
Arrive at Charleston...??.25. A. M
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Khigville......4.2U P. tl,
Arrheot Camden.7.U0 P. M.
Leave Camden.it 33 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.9.2U A. M.
(Signed? H. T. PEAKV.
Februarv 15 General Supcnuteudeu'.
Untircs t? 5?n?ni|)tfi).
IN THE DISTRICT COU KT OF THE
UNTIE ll STATE-', FOU THU DISTRICT OJ!
SUUil ' AHOI.INA-IN* i HU MA I TER OF JAM Kr?
N. CORBET I. LAKKi.'UPT. BY YVUOM A PE llTION
VOB ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FI L'EU ON THE 3i>Til DAY OF nECE.UHEH,
A. I? 18?3, IN' -AID COURT-IN UA^KltUPICY.
This ls to give EOiice. that on thc SIXTH DAT
or FEnau.uiY, A. D. 13G9, a Wairaut In Hunkruptcy
was is ued egainst thc Estate ot JAME-? "h.
Cc BB >T1', ot Sumter, in tile County of ruinier,
nnd Sloto ol' south Carolin'!, who has been
adjudged a Raukrupt on his own petition ;
tlut ibo payineut of any debts and dc'ivory of
any property belotigwg to said Laukrupt,lobito orfor
his usc, and the transfer ot any property by him
aro forbidden be law; that u meeting ?.'thc Credi?
tors of tuc said Bankrupt, lo prove their debts, und
to choose oue ot more Assignees of his Estate, will
be bold at a Court of Bankruptcy to be boldon at
No. 72 Broad-street. Cbarloston, Roath Caro ina,
beloro J. C. CARPEN 'ER, Registrar, on thc
TWENTY-SECOND DAY OF FEBEO" ?EY, A. D. 18G9, at
10 o'clock A. M. J. P M. EPPING,
United States Marshal os Messenger.
February 15 1
IN THE DISTHICT COURT OF THE
UNITED S1 AIES, FOR SOUTH CAHOLINA
J.VNUARY TE?M. l?t?'J.-IN THE M A'TT KB OF BAR?
NETT LIVINGS ION, OF ORANGEBUKG, BANK
RUPI- PETITION FOR F"LL AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE IN BANKEb'PTCY- Ordered. That a hear?
ing be had on thc FOOITTH DAY OF WAUCH, l&T.O at
Fe-deiol Courtbou e lu charleston. S. U.; andthataU
Credi ors, fcc., of said Boukruot appear at said time
and place, and show oinse, lfmiythev can, why the
prayer of tho petitioner should nol be granted.
And that (he sec nd ami third meetlncs of Creditors
of said Bankrupt will be behl at tieofflcoot <J. C.
CARPENTER. Eyq.. Registrar of the Second Con
gr^saionil Di?tiiet, S. C., ou THDID DAY OF Manca,
18C9, ut 12 M.
B.' order of the Court, the 29tb day ol Jauuary.
1809. DA NI EL HOI! LBEOK,
c lerk of the District Court of the U. s. lor ?. C.
February 1 m3
IN TIIK DlSfltlCT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DI31KICT OF
MJUTH CAROLINA.-TN THE MATTER OF
THEODORE ?lONkY, BANKRUPT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-To whom it may canura: The under
siguod hereby gives notice ot his appoin ment as
ASS ?'iice ot Tfl'-Ol'OKE STONEY, of Charleston,
in the District of Charleston, end Slate Oi South
Carolina, whine said Dlitrict, who bas been adjudg?
ed a Bankrunt upon bi* own petition, by the Dis?
trict Court i f saiu District
Dated tho Cth day of February, A. D. 18G9.
Fobruory 8 m3 Assignee.
[N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNI 1 ED S l Al ES-FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLIN A. -IN CHE MA i TER OF
RICHARD ROPER, l-ANKHUPI-IN HANKBUPT
01.-To whom it nay concern : The undersigned
hereby gives m.tico ot bis appointment as Assienee
of RICHARD IN Pb?, of niarlestou, In tbeDlstuct
of Charleston and >tate of South Carolina, within
said District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
upon his own petition, bj*~.he Disinct Court of said
Dated the Gth day of February, A.D.. 1869.
L. W. O'HBiR, Assignee.
February 9 art
Q ti ARLESTON THEATRE.
LESSEE A> D MANAOEH.JOHN TEMPLETON.
FOSA FEW NIGHTS ONLY.. . .
Commencing ihms-laj, February 18th.
Engagement with Whitman's original world-re?
nowned Spectacle, entitled the Enchanted^
WHITE F AW Bl !
With Mr. B. F. Whtimon's Celebrated Parisian BAL?
M'LLE ES M ER A LD I DIANI,
Star Danseuse lrom her Majesty's Theatre, Londou
M'LLE AUGUSTA SOHLEE,
Star Dan s ou se from Theatre Royal. Paris, and
Nfblo's Garden, New Torie, with Principal
and Second Premier Danseuses and
Full CORPS DE BALLET.
MISS ALICE VA N E" '
The Star of the Sunny South and STAR DRAMATIC
The Great Fifteen Thous ind Dollar
Tho whole under tho immediate supervision of B.
F. WHITMAN, Esq . the Proprietor.
SCALE OF PBIOES.'
Reserved Seats. 1 25
Dig- Ticker? can be had at HOLMES' BOOK
STORE and HOTELS. February 15
(tatties mo ?mUmm.
CORN! COJIN !
J Piff\(\ BUSHELS PBIUE WHITE BALTI
LrJUU MORE CORN, ex schooner J.
McClellan. For sale by
February 13 2 JOHN CAMPSEN & CO,
BLACK AND WEITE SEED
K AA BUSHELS BUCK SEED OATS
O Vi/ 500 bushels White Spring Oats.
Just received aud tor sale by
February 15 3 JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.
ALES, PORTER. &c.
JEFFREY'S SPARKLING EDI NBC BGH ALE,
Bass' Pule Ale, in pints; glass
Findiater's Dublin stout, in pints; glass
Fresh Roasted Coffee (best quality Rio), 35c. per lb.
Country butter, at 30 35 and 4cc lb. At the
CO OPERATIVE GROCERY STORK,
Southwest Corner Mewing and Mamet streets.
Goods delivered free. February ll
WHARTON & MOFEE1T,
MQFFETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY diREET.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING B7 EVERYSTEAM
ER, APPLES and PO I A 1 OES. aud offer for
sile the lollowing varieties of Eating and Seed
Goodrich Seedling-PINK EYE
Western Red-Duck Eye
Chill Red-Davis fecdliug
Peach Blow-Early Rose.
Parties ordering for. see ri should do so at once, be
foro tho rivers and canals are-trozen up.
T. J. WHARTON,
No. 115 West-street, New York.
J\M?!> G. HOPF ETI',
No. 22 East Bay street. Charleston.
December 30 3mo
Maryland Fertilizing and Manu?
TONS AMMONIATED SUPE ?PHOSPHATE, IN
- TOES Ammonialcd super Cotton Fool, in bags,
manufactured from tho Bono Phosphates of Sou h
Carolina, by tho above Company, m Baltimore of
which "Lawrence >ancstou" ls Presideut. Thest
Fertilizers aro recommended os being well adapted
to our soil, and equal ill'not superior) to auy now on
ihe ui irket. containing all thc properties requisite
tor a tiret class en mure.
JAMES R. PRINGLE. Agent,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
February 13 6 No. 6 Adgci's wharf.
ALTA VELA PHOSPHATE.
JT IS COMF03ED OF THE GUANO FROM
Combined with othor fertilizing material scientideal
ly treated, making a COMPLETE MANURE.
The Company importing the Guano direct from
the rich deposita o? BirJs at ALTA VELA, is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, a Fertilizer uot excel?
For sale by
HENRY CORIA & CO.,
At Charleston. S. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
TON, or the
ALTA VELA GUANO COMPANY,
No. D7 Broadway, New York.
January 28 Imo
THE WANDO MINING AND MANCFACTURING
COMPANY offers to the Planters and Farmers of the
South their Fertilizer, known as thc "WANDO FER?
TILIZER," which the experion:c of thc past season
has proved to 'be one of tho most valuable in our
market. It ha3 for its base thc materials from thc
Phosphate bed3 ot the Company on Ashley River,
and is prepared at their works at the EAST END OF
HASEL-STREET io this city. lu order to guarantee
its uniformity and maintain Ks high standard, thc
( ompany bas made arraugemeuts with Ibo distiu
guished Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEPARD r., ho
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal and other ma?
terial purchased by 'he Company, aa.l the prepared
Fertilizer, before being offered for sale. The Com?
pany is resolved to make au article which will provo
to be a "Complete Monuro," and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and othet information, apply
to WM. C. DUKES & CO., Agents-,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
January '1 niwt 3mos
E. THANK COE'S
r?1BE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO CALL 1 HE
ATTENTION OF PLANTERS "O THE ABOVE
SUPERIOR .WD S1AIVDARD
This PHOSPHATE has been largely used in thia
State, and has given general satisfaction, and is
admitted by some of the most practical Planters to
be equal to Peruvian Guano.
SIXTY DOLLARS PER TON
OF TWO THOUSAND POUNDS,
Oash or factors' acceptance, payable 15th November
nexr, with basic rate of interest added.
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLI N A.
February 1 mwf2mo
(Btottrirs tnt ?tisctiiantons.
IVHISKEY, WINE8, BRANDY,
Gil, ?e., fr
'?ANDINO THIS DAI BY SCHOONER HT
I WA BA EBEL S WHISKEY ; ?
L I U 30 quarter casks Sherry, Madeiraiand Port
20 eightlmcaska Imported Brandy and Gin .
20 barrels "Old Tom" Gin and XiX Whiskey
30 cases Wines, Cordials Schnapps, Syrups,&c
26 five gallon kegs Bitters, Baspberry and other
19 barrels FAMILY FLOUR.
For sale low by . ? J. K. HEVTH,
rebiuarylS 1 No. 106 East Bay,
LIQUORS ! LIQUORS !
Q.BEAT REDCCTIOK IN PBIOEAT .
BYRNE & EOG-ARTY'S,
CORNER CHURCH AND CHALMh"B6-ST8.
Also, a fine selection of LIQUORS in the Bar.
Don't forget the name-BYRNE k FOGARTY.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
ro ARRIVE! PER S CHU UN ER 'FRANK
AND EMILY," FROM CARDENAS.
i\f\f \ HHDS. SUPERIOR CUBA VOLASSES
?UU 200 bbls. Centrifugal Sugar. ;.n,
For sale by - J. A. EN>LOW k CO.,
February 13 2 . NO. lil Fast Bay.
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
FIVE HUNDRED BARRELS.
?)AA BBLS. WESTEBN BED POTATOES
?UU 100 bbls. Chm Bed Potatoes
100 bbls. Garnett Bed* Potatoes
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On board the schooners A. E. Glover and Jonas
Fmith. For sale by .
JOHN F. O'NEILL k BON,
December 29 _No. 167 East Bay.
BY EYEBY ^TEAMER. ,
WM. S. CORWIN k GO. RECEIVE A FRESH
supply of CRACKERS and BISCUITS, Goshen
Butter, Flour, tic._' _
PINEAPPLES, QUINCES, STRAWBERRIES,
Cherries, Apple Butter, Tomatoes, Green Corn,
Green Peas, bnccotash, String Beans, Asparagus,
Mushrooms, Truffles, in two and three pounl cans,
at WM. S. CORWrN k CO.,
'_No. 270 King-street.
LOBSTER. MACKEREL, LITTLE NECK CLAMS,
in one, too and three pound cauB
Devilled Entremets-Hom, Turkey and Lobster, for
Patles of Wild Game, Sardines, Beef a la Mode, Tor- 1
key. Chicken, Sausage Meat, in cabs, ot good
quality, at Wit S. ?COHWIN &.?O.,
j._No. 276 Klng-erreet
SPICES. 6WEET HERB t, RAISINS, CITRON,
Currants, Prunes. Dr?ed apples, Brun ell es,
figs in boxes and drums, at 25,6Cc and $1; Pecans,
Hasel and Hickory Nuts, Soft Shell Almonds, con*
stoutly on baud, at WM. 6. Coll WIN k CO.,
'_No. 276 King-street.
COCOA, BREAKFAST COCOA,. BROMA, HOMO
PATHIC Cocoa, a fresh supply at
WM.-S. COHWIN k CO.,
No. 276 King-street.
"CHOICE FULTON MARKET
FAMILY PIG PORK, MESS BEEF AND MESS
PORK, Codfish, .Yarmouth Bloaters, Dutch
Herring, Sardelles. Mackerel, Fielded, and Smoked
salmon, HilibutFins, Sound.? and Tongues, receiv?
ed every week, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 276 Kieg-street
VE CLICQUOT, PON^ARDIN. MOCK 4; CHAN
DON'? Imperiol, Mumm's Private Stock, Gfkbi
uotVorzonay.Dry Sillery andVerzanay, warranted
genuine, aud for sale by
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
._No. 276 King-street,
SAT?N GLOSS, PEARL AND
FIG. BUTTON AND LIQUID "BLUEING, SOAPS*
?andles. at "WM. S. CORW IN k CO..
_No. 276 King-street
DAVIS' DIAMOND AND MAG
NULIA HASIS, ,
CHOICE BREAKFAST STRIPS, SMOKED AND
PICKLED 10NGUES. Concentrated Beef and
Pock, German bau-age, at
WM. s.NORWIN * co.
.!. No. 275 Kipg-etreet
RED AND BLACK CURRANT,
CRAB APPLE, QUINCE, BLACKBERRY AND
Calves' Feet Jelly, Guava Jelly, Preserved
CUcw Chow. Peaches, Quinces. Limes, Raspberries,
tu glass. Brandy Peaches, Gages', Apricots, Pie
Fruits, for sole at
WM. ?. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 276 King-street
CHOW CHOW. ONIONS, CAULIFLOWER, WAL?
NUTS; Mushroom. Walnut and Tomato Cat?
sups; Worcestershire. John Bull, Tndia scy, Paoli,
Reading truces;. sseccc ot Slnlnips und Anchovies,
Anchovy Paste, Curry Powder, Salad Dressing, at
WM. S. CORWIN* CO.,
No. 276 King-street,
BOKER'9, HOSTKTfER'S, ROSS' ST. DOMIN?
GO, Stoughton Bil Tl'RS
Drake's Plaaiatlau Bitters, (I per bottle, $11 per
case, at_WM. S. C. RWIN k CO,
CURACOA, BRUMMELL, AbSINTHE. CHAR?
TREUSE, Crome de Meninos, Rose, Cadello,
Hoyan. Parfait Amour, Huile oe Vanille
For sale by WM. ti. CORWIN k CO.,
_r> o. 276 Kicg-?trcet.
YiKGIN OIL OFAIX,
LUCCA OIL, CAPERS. SPANISH AND FRENCH
Olives, (?livrs Farcies Anchovies. ,
Congress, Kissingen and Vichy Waters, at
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
_No. 275 King-Btreet. *
. HECKER'S FARINA,
PATENT AND PEARL BARLEY, SAGO, TA
PIOCA. Maizena, corn Mareb. Arrow Root,
rotnstock's National Food, Italian Macearon! and
Vormi.elll, Cox's Spi.kliug and Cooper's G?latine,
F>eucb, America a and Russian Isinglass, will be
found ac WM. S COi.WiN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
PREMIUM FAMRY FLOUR,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, Hld'KER'S SELF-RAIS?
ING Wami aud imekwbcat flour, Rice Flour,
Preston k Merrill's aud l'.oneer yc.se Powder, Wor
ce-tei Hop l'east cakes, Ci cam lartar, Soda. AU of s
the best quality, at WM. .>. < IOU WIN k CO., j
No. 275 King-street. '
CiiOlCE G.0S H KN ,
ENGLISH DAIRV,' PINEAPPLE. LID AM, SAE
SAGO, YOUNG AM KRICA OHEESES, at
WM. S. CORWIN k CG.,
_No. 2^6 King-ttreet
.FRENCH, Atti RICAN AND
CIDER VINE? AR,WARRANTED PURE! :
PRIME GOSHEN BUTTER, OF THE BEST
quality, received every week; Cooking Butter.
Prime Leal Lard, ia 3,6, 10 mid 21 lb packages, and
in auy qunutity to suit pur^hnu. rs at
WM. H. CORWIN k Oil,
No. 276 Kiag-Qtrfect
. CLARET WINES.
GODARD'S COUCHY, JC'NSTON'S MEDO0,
St. Loubes, Branderburg Freres, St. Julien
Mi doc, Chateaux Margaux, chateau Yynem, Hock
helmet. Lanbenbeimor, Haut s uterne, Chambertin, .
Nuits, i los do VOugeot, of direct importation. h
For sale by WM. a. CORWIN k CO.. I
_' No. 275 Kinc-strtet 1
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA,
GENUINE MOCHA, LAGCAYBA. PRIME BIO
COFrEE?. Constantly on hoed, Parched and
J round Java Coffee, warran ed pure, ? t.y
Wai. t>. COB WIN k CO.,
_Na 275 King-street
JEFFREYS', BASS', ALLSOP'S, MUIU k SONS
and Tennent's ALES. Imported recently and
bree: by *
WM, S. COBWIN is CO.,
No. 276 King-streeL
A supply of PHILADELPHIA PORTEE, in pinta.
SUGAR HOUSE AND GOLDEN'
VTEW ORLEANS AND MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
ll at WM 8. CciRWHi & CO
_No. 275 King-f treet
LIQUID RENNET"', ORANGE FLOWER WA.
TER, Rose Water, Celery and Caraway geed
lock Turtle, Ox Tail a id i ornato Soup, Borden'?
?cnoentrated ixtmot of Beef, lo?rtelo t's Estonce
if Beef, for soaps and in valid* Fo-saleat
. WM. ir. CORWIN tc CO.,
No, 275 King- s treet.