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. Te diS of 2ve, , and 4ne extr
Me of tee $2,OA eb, eztre copy of
14 "' etk the Lif at JeMo Dae,
... large, bmadeoe volume.
CtPbe of twuty at $4. an etra of pe ' as
wwes get work n the war, f. 2 1o iu
' t rum en, of t iies, or ne
1r1 s1.60 fo ead $1 for wna stm
f Inti; lerai dadeotios for quar.
Le, iaVr 7eety or yryaeremet.
S,uiR a etotopaa
i add be
qk4e l ' nark.
We have oested by the Pres
-ftie idWj%t- Cen@ 'ge*ocratid-Ciub, to
' tutgiskg41obs ibt-:-eed# g *ill
- b Sen sate day
Iap4i iaearaeol delired that each
*1sh*anpet less than-ten delegates to
-said -agtin. BnsigetS of tpe utmost
rtance will be .tnsacted, and It is
-Oa the Clubs
ihi sd.w:*sri ibs session est one
essiMais .thing-edmpished as yet.
sA1sM i ay.r the Brat-two of three
da ttere :was no. quorump This *
most rapp"Able, s it was supposed
pa t ieaber fcom A. to Z., wold
4e ' been up tirmo. Tce body is
d ' hr ietly ae aed ii resolving'and ap
-4 Aantf6Simitteea ttdaug eatogies
e d eseratibn of rted ond darkics
od,.f. " - wVnBo
^e tigg aq aske us on, an.
ta' r fie, Lipes eeT day,
. t ,weU borer? . how. dg s; he
e?4andhbat'is his price ? We take,
o malc ?e aenoaaicement that
gentleman s o siouefy,'tooted for, is
wY"',f. C.; harf a ktter from
tsaeri aarflhobe h-et*lhs that
otmwwased WMeold not
4pwIill e!g4 ensras#
3 tm s$pcy -t 8
us whe t, A
4 n4 im dKto?.** ten ir.'Stowe
~ ~i4 a~ gibein M'e e de
,~ui~4qni!~te vasit of the -pavty of
me en-gtf*f thiNState4 a
tbuy lsnd, osetge, -to
o faild b ate piscs
*trha3*inbid tbhid ped. Wewant
e a ulw sies4 ~todE td e dinces
g V aYseyisestaviLhlye Spen iro
e0 istitir, a6
T ~isiam4ha wd trilaNil
-- 7er dqparen of tkouijgss wga
~and moY: , and avigaspra oB
'I~*~i( o*i i alli a to be
6,edg iikg 6Va Iger itaT, d
know fto dag, ex
- mm*W~iWel -ae'are tece
at hem., aheadantly suUddent for'eve,y,
*W~S9 gueg de, -g:is erace~
W the m-i e f epital
* e.tp.:i id t proA
,* n$t'fmiirbRi si',bWidfor1s
es% Mnet te -mRitia of~ capia
'V~rj4iso. Store anon.
V? CIAS s CoDIGI--It i( htardly
uessay fressindoultdeiiaders that
ge Obri i(t Vrline tso l
asen ilsshee er o ialuablIe as. a
pars aussisition to Burke's Weekly.
r4~Int insure its visits erery week the
eliround 'Think of this when you go
agimoneffor Christmas and New
*ARatas whbse. luireau are rnot now
}~ming thqWeekle, will do well to send
us $2 for a year.. i.ubscription. It will
gve. the children more solid enjoyment
t ian $0worth-6fariything else you- can
bwy ~Vthem. All who send $2 by the
rafhaSary wiWteeeiye the Decemsber
Address J.'W. BuIrke, Macon, Ga.
P residet Johnson has completed the
rough draft of his annual message, and
e'b.ongestalata himself upon the fact
that it is tobe hislast. He says that
so man hap ver ..smrrend.ered offBcihaT re
enisibilitity with.a moiety of the ples
-ist wlith uBich he will vadate-tt.e Presi
denta chair. His message uilIvindicate,
at much length. the past noliey of his
In this, their Holiday Number, the
publishers have achieved a brilliar.t suc
ss. beautiful picture of "Robert
igt land Mary ; the Cbarm
Aac-.iI &ld 4* oa a"
, sa tht Lion - 4 iy ,id
as a te; band ae
r "n $
d ; Crisbas' Puing
wood-cot-what an array of attractions
to begin with ! The music-"Oh, Speak
thoed Words Again !" from Byron, will
P 1e e the b oungladiea agd , literary.
tter is superior, even for this maga
zine. "Fleeing from Fate"-a splendid
story, by Louise. Chandler Moulton, is
C-ncdded ; anTthee is also a poem by
the same lady-"A Timely Christmas
Voice." Mrs. Harriet Prescott Spofford
intr1titesone of her best stories. Miss
Douglas cmcludes "The Dearest For
Wn! in a way that every one will like ;
an 1rs. iosmer,Jrs. Trowbridge and
Sophie May, make out an. unequalled
ist of writers.
The prospectus for the next year .con
tains unequalled inducimrris to new
sabscribers, and we nsvise our readers
toaa fer' a spxitten-uimber (which' is
kiviished gratird, and-Avail tfieilves
. tha . Pb.hers'.- munific.nt offers.
1re.$enry Wood, the celebrated author
of.'at!jynne," is also announeed for a
wIal novel .for next year. Published
by Deacon & Peterson $19 Walnut
street, Philadelphia, at $2.50 a year
(which also includes a large steel en
g'aring.) -Four copies, $$6. Eight (and
oie gratis), $12. "The Ladys Friend"
and "Saturdaj Evening Post" $4.00.
MR. Bnowxxis's . PAztsn."-I der
this title The New York. Observer is
publishing a-serial story, to run through
a large-part of the niit vo iune. I t is
rAtten bb'the adthor'o'tbe Pr tufe,
"The pmritan of 1808,7- "Win a-id Wear,"
" irding on the - Armor-," &c. Tire
story will commend itself to ministets
aad all. rligiousr readers, by -its high
1iterary character, its decidedly evan
gencalLone and spitit, and its grand ob
jet~t illustrate the wonderful worIing
'eYivine Prtidence in defence of the
ri4 td fd$ingtaug t t oe'ci,n-"
et the weke7 All ew su s4t ers
gp th stoge&ompleie>ee pftipectu
fior(rtcA."-This favorite ju
'nhe liet-odical enters ipon uit third
yer'gi-etly enfarged and Improved. It
iteIdedgy 'the most va'ried, and, in
m'dngespecti, tihe~t;of fil- thie
ljes, anA .'e3 epayf the ingsteh of'
e 4;rlium~ nqwied r at&pssso.s
4 diagatn coainy6 a sfuli-ae4 pat-'
ten for cgtti4ou.t Lhe body of aChrists
inas doll I's one of the attrzactions of the~
p'resent nombri, which' is, oiherwise,
initof god tilirgs. Subiscribe for' o3su.
boys anid girls, $1.pfinfim,' with, a
premum. Pu511ewtion OSce, 473 Broad~
TDri YMomisr.-S. f'. Taylor's lNie
Mftten*e11t-for December .is ~ ae'knowr
.es o Mgisteesignlsvier - idIeiand
all#dpen Mp lady eita p b ' miss
pn.igg equi tgrattractive and ;.pleas.
upbrag4hbe great -ero ahoi
ptbnedIQ4s' ' aazine.. The prce
ofthe boo 3'er- sont, ,lihed
t giT. ' j1r, 391 aat5St., N, L '
e. laan .sceiqnd tiairst No. -o
Zell's Poular Ergloeia apd Uni-mer
sdl Dictio,nary, which will embrace, bi
tory, biograpphy, geogragby,seigce, arts
.6# ranabage. Edited by G. Colanage,
sidfbis?n4 y T'. Elrood Zel,' Pihita
9e?phia."Pri6-10 cents a liumber. It
-ill be.Ig'raf,b&e to all' classes. It will
be iUustraie#~with two thousand' engra
~e Ocfober No. ef Typographic Mes
'idrged fro0ta ie biiall of Ilessi Mac
Kelar$ Saithid Jord'ar; 't a beautifoi
ped irn~oflhe"Aft Pieserviatie." ~t
emstaina.a headome seri.esf' new type
As haders, besldsmoeb a'ttar of in
As~* to Abe ecsic. Published from
*fogp#rp, O0ez& 814. Sanusom St.,
EN ~gHio-9y VIsoit, t he'Itle of
.besotifulyilustrated magazine fot' the
lttle f &spabilied bys Daughaday &
Becker,.424 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
It centains a vast amount of useful as
welles entertaining inteligence.
A WELL MERITED OoNPU.IENT.-We
fnd'in tthe Waihalla Cou'rier, Wtilb6 27th
insa,.thlloig prgraph, w-hieh
we .transfer to our coluns,~ as a.just
t:ibutf'o a highly deserving officer:j
the GreenviHle and"d umn'ia, and the
Bue-Ridgeo Railways, as~ th'e p-eat juthlic
gngrally, .uho mjay tiranseahuinlesryor
take passage on t.he said, ;oa4s, ma; .well
be ednbgratulated n the fact that Mr.
James 0. Meredith is 8pentitendit of
theso.lines. Mr. Meredith is a practical
man-a rai road wan-an energetic.
'bhoobgh going business ,man, and a!
though he is almost as reticent as Grant,
and makes but few words answer his
purpose, it is nevertheless patent to all
who know him, that whenever he moves,
he mean.- business, and the great i.
terestsn.ler1 his direction feel and show
this fr'om "the ea'pitsi to the mountain
terminus of our reas. With the Blue
Ridga completed, and 'such a man as
Meredith to run the jnachine, the country
wil.l stand a good' clhane of a healthy
* Am,ESTooMS1 A SHwIPIN PORT
Quxcz WOR..Two hundred and Gfty
bales of cotton were shipped fromi Selma,
Alabama, on Friday and Saturday 20th
and 21st November,.ea ivrd in Augusta
on the evening of the 28d, arnd left for
Charleston: were landed.here on the 24t,,
and left the city-by steamer Charleston
for New York that afte rnuoon, and 'will be
landed in New York on Friday morning,
the 27th--less than one week from Selma
to New York -by way of Rome, Kings
ton, Atlanta, Augusta and Charleston.
The Edgefield Advertiser states that
D.4. Fork tgliving at the "old Landrum
- 45ter;with six negroes were
arrestet Wednesday last, igd
aiL. 4~is charged
,png +6'negres around med,
d under constant drill . mgroes
*estdffe.gart of the ga ic a
cited to kiliTrtain of his n ers.
Tbe An'en inteligencera N. ncea
the nfTncholy fact, that Capt. P. K.
Norris, a highly respected citizen of that
-townwa-' seed 1rbifft ssingtie
authorities to arres$ two young -uen,
one of them a Tennesseeai. The charge
upon which the arrest was attempted is
TheAbbert le Baimer, tfiat dn
Monday evening last, a barn in rear of
the resi.lence of Mr. Burt was discovered
to be on Ur2, but was extinguished be
fore 'ruch damage was done. It was the
act of an icendiary.
Last Thursday our business neighbor
and cotemporary, John G. Bailey, Esq..
-Associate Editor of the Enterprise, com
mitted matrimony by taking. to. himself
a wife-a young lady of this District
very highly esteemed for her amiability
and generous accomplishments.
The Spartan says: "we are pained" to
chronicle the assembling of this body of
which, if it is a body, a few Democratic
gentlemen ari the head aid -brains. Al.
lusion is rag to the Legislature.
James Dudlev,sq., a young I.wyer
of Conway boro', was drowned .a few, days
ag by the upsetting of a boa.
'A band of ariner negroes robbed Mrs.
Jordan-, of Dalington Diskict, ofr all her
hogs,,a fen nights since.
Ex-Governor Pickens is. said to be
dangerously ill, from infianunation of the
langs, at his hone in Edgefield Distric,
General,, Grant is forty-six years of
-Charty gives itself rich, but covetous
ness hoards itself poor.
The Grecian bend has now added to
its attractions1he "Roman wiggle."
Wefmourn-with Brigham Young. He
has lost a wife1and is one-sevepty fifth
if a widower.'
The eensus Of 1870E "it is said, will
shW the population of the United
States to be forty-tso'million..
A,tan tried -to'killhimself with -land_
anuw, ip. Buffako, N. Y., a few.daysaince.
becaugeiis wife aslfe him for joney.
The 11 .mackerel fisheries-ii Nova
Scotia hav-ebeen almost a tot-al failure,
-nd distress in consequence-ia apprehen
ded. this winter. *
Jhg stpHouse in Newr- York payg
$9/2,000 per year for butter, $8,000 ror
flour,11f50,000fb?met$1 ,000 for eg
$14,000 f?1 milk-va eamn, $500 for fric
tion wat ces, $14,000 for-gas, and $l4;O0
IHIc[lrown, VA., Novem)ber 25.-Chiif
Justicie 'Chise, this morning, decided
tbat.tha frow-cad oath should not'bo ad
ministered to giaand j:lry:men,. as it
rather hindered than furthered th'e ends
It i.- understbo I tha't Gei:eral .Grant
~wi Luut miaee:n-eXct' m 'ed r, p fi es' ti;
military operationis du-i ing th%.past.year,
but wilV trans~mit the reports of the vn
ders, with~ a short: letter tailHng, attentioni
to certain rcornmencFdations. and: .agges
tions in suah re#dits. - .
EXnavrtiirmenn the Lopd'on Ti nes
seou sly noar~I 'a re i og with
the snodest requesa. 'ah,:give -me back
bait yesterday !" A cornparnion tc;the
above, "Oh, eduldyou spare to:'moriow?"
.sin preparation,. t'be afteridb1ioow
ed by the sequel lyric of "Yqp; baarit
got a oh a thing as ne,xt k. aboet
you, have-o .O 1
- A German in New Albany, I diana,
-has uha he c3AII a "dunnnl6ek'
in his window. On its top is a fat-.auid
joly-lookin-g Tuto, who holds. a fork
in-his hmnv'. By an ine 0i crontri Vance
the fork, at. the enid t each miintet,4ps
into a di.4h of dumplingsh carsies one of
ihiii t&rthe inouth of 4he Treaon, , wh
swaNoiat-with a chokiig gtiGgeid a
seraa motio.f his'glass eyes.
THE OsCo4N SAL[sATe ac
ATexskxainuar advaes thEdlolwing.
idea, and we earnestly.orge its adoption
by our. planters, as the e2xperiment-would
be whdlly 'iefesve, and mig'ht-we
are inolisdtythink would-mccometiid
that tuost 4lesirable result, the utter cde
stdtion of Iie. cotton 'worm arnd ita'
."It is said, the the eggm'o$ the eotton
worm are de.pojpited in;he cotton stalks.
Roastedegnirilliriot hatch. Burn your
coten -stalks shism witer, planters, and
see if you are not free fromv~ -t4is terror
nexL summer." . .
Another writer makies aseissilug
getion, via:..ploughvup aHl totton lands
during the winter,.and espose.the - gg
there deposit ed to the action of frosts.
a-mefh,'is is tho~nght, will destroy them
Nahing would.b. -lost bytr-ying -both
The Her ala~ publishses- the -Tollowing
wpecial despatch: In conversation a few
ays ago, General Grant .expreqssed his
inpression ~that the result of the late
election had quieted dlown. 'l1e stt te of
feeling througho.ut-the eniurttry--uId .pro'
duced a condition of sober,ad contented
acqiescence, in t he desfared will of the
majority, and that an improved tone in
the political, as.a el.1as in other relations
oflife, will soon be made mlad(est.
When he made- use of-the expression
Let as have peace,>' he sineoerely meant
it, and he apprehended no trouble in any
section of the country, under his ad
ministration ; while at the same-time the
rights of all classstnd asll communities
shall be protected ngnd preserved. Re
ferring to the fourteenth amendment,he
said, Kentucky .and Maryland would
suffer a loss of representation, after the
next census, idthey refuse to-allow negro
suffrage, in. accordance with the pro
visions of that amendment. It will be a
bitter pill to them, observed the Gen
eral, laughing, but they will have to stand
The coroner's jury in tho' case of Mrs.
Hill, who was murdered in Philladelpia
on Sunday night, have returned a verdict
charging the commission of the deed- on
George S. Twitchell, the son-in-law, and
Camilla Twitchell, the daughter of the
REV. RIcHARD FcaxAN.-Wege pleased
to notice the arival of this diatinguished
uinister, iJso spiritual contAol p
;ki. Bapti wg-eg tio6fz is pla+t
_y his liors be l of' ruts
BdxMGI 21E0ts m~ Satq r4
'ght iei mss oeate -
store room -of Mr. Z. . White. The
rascal had previously stolen his safe key,
and on the night named tried, by boring
the main entrance door, to enter and
e Tiir7 TI' iTtempt was ?a e
jberTive, go*evrergt the ti,iefbeconn&
ala'rmed. Subsequently, through fear of
punishmeat, the safe key was returned.
The wouldbe-bu is a freedingn.
Monsieur $cl odair's new oven, is a
most admirable and convenient contriv
ance, and We are cenviace, as will any
one else be, who examines it, thlat by its
aid he.can bake to the desire of ;au, and
give the utmost .satisfaction. We have
had proof of its excetlnt ggalities, and
of Monsieur's genius in the culinary de
parttnent; and therefore cheerfully re
commend him as being fully om,petent
te furnisb anything called -for with sat
isfaction and despatch. No weddiilg or
other party is-cotnplete.without thae as.
sistauce pf Mo4sieur 8,.
Among the -new cards of this issue
will. be found one from Mr. Geo. 0. Rob.
inson, of Augusta, Ga., with ;whoni, we
are pleased to. notice, is associated one o1
Newberry's .old citizens, Major W. G
Glenn. This combination of business
talent and experience is exercised in the
successful carrying on of a generiij and
extensive Grocery-and Commissidn busi.
,ness ; we recommend the house, and th<
gentlemen to the favorable notice Of plan
ters and others visiting the city of' Au.
:usta. _The double advantage here.' pre
s.:nts itself of laying in choice suppliei
*and meeting with an,. old fiiend and
clever felow-?j.' Glenn.
DRovE HOGS.-A drove of. 10 fal
hogs were landed from the G. & C. -car
on SaturdAy: evenig last, trid great wal
the stir in consequenee, not only amon4
thebogs buihmongtbe boys. On Sun
day instehd-of going to chueb, a harg
pomber of personsawrent to-th pens,.
(en with the intention on-the Morrow t
buy, many merely "toiopk ad -wish. I
weud be impossible to Opict in, A shodi
!ocal paragraph the supreme delightwhicl
sat on th4 coon tenanees oif those who wer
lungry for the advent if this the rsi
>dr4ve. -'Thdie'tiio had money and in
tasded Pylmy; t'eslitud heaviness of hear
ktWhe prics as'<ed, 12 e4hts, while th~ose
wh~o had no mon=y and nbapresent -lop1
of buying, tL.uught the flgui:es ressubli
and4the Wtos fine. '' .
S-rEEP, 1 N HE"YY.-A cruel 'conspi
raey' againefthe iee, happiness ant
dignity of a citizwn- of Newhe:+'y Wa'
revealed Iast'*etk The"wicim is th~
amiable anid belovt-d locah. On Mcnaa
he was.told in ang unferJing mnanne' bj
a slab-giiled son tof .a woutn that he lo1ok
4ille hie l ot slept in ii ce..ight$s
VVas a.ske<r on Tuesday if he had swal
lowed a d6oke4 stick ! WVedniesday iba
- eresembled a ihad in June i On Ttiurs
~dy aAhedWrhebhad anything to eat al
his bouse! O&Fiidky-told that bs look
*4.like -the ai who banght an elephan'
~3Jappew not;what to d9with-it;.mndor
bs p dag nte..hb d . I
nountain ogiRs back, dog afij i.'s
borne in the mekest manner, app tat~
hIb'r tne locaI w,ult have retaine,d thi
fiuag Into biA:tssth or1 Sataireay1'thi
he was gro*ihnfr1t' Richi-theun
ki$st~ ent4f *31 0 for a thosnd:ten
men made pe*fect .forgivp4be iousl foi
getting mad. He aroselti W'rath~, sy4
'in fine grnzy, rolling, and looking for a
uomn.t~at'ftie'deluded creature *rhp da
red off' the i,'.;ntkbac~k o,ercone.
Pity hY horbi. The town marsha
wiThd4re a service-if he break this vil~
1. reer.with pleaan a, o the egyd o
- Sr. Jas. Alla'n, importer.and dlealer it
Watches, Clocks and' Jerefij, Charles,
Attes%on id callAd to advertise'ment o
Mwr . NB. Forrest'oh, of Dh:frleston; job
ber and dealer in t43y*of alli desE'riptions
a~d faney work generally. -
'The house of -Messrs, Robt. Stewart d
Co., cow - bIitely groans under its
great pressure of goods, We -have not
seen s.u.eh a varied -accumnulation since
-the good old days. Look:in.:friends, and
-Capt. W. H. Wgb is but in characteri
which tell of a large st6ck, in all grades
and lises, to be sold cheap for cash.
Look at Drs. Pratt & Fant's inviting
bills of fare, and -you will surely find
enumerated-sme- irticle n,efed;~ al
See advertisement of Messrs. 'Paysin
ger & Wilson, who have now open ar
~xtensive stock Groceries,- at the stor<
formerly occupied by G. D. Smith.
Lovelace & Wheeler, are again before
the public with several notices, the chie
and most importa,n4 of which is, thai
they offer their prints at fifteen ceunti
per yard. Think of this.
A singular freak of nature was seen ir
-an Arkansas town recently, in the shapi
'of a umay with~ three ears; one on erci
side of his head, and a third-which be.
onged to another feItonv-between his
NBW3ERRY, December 1.-Cotton activ'
It.is strange to see with what carelesvness
some invalids attend to their health. They
will procure a box O F. at Bitters,
which ought to be*elsup4n a moath or six
weeks, and upon Ingu1ry, ;itsound that
hae *9d only two, ofttree bottles.
days they hait usea : acc ording to
is directiot , and.dthersbave n6t touched
t The whOle trh : s been irregular, and
course S5 fs tbles liijas come
6om their se. If #t be true that "what is
worth doing at all, Is worth doing well," how
emphatically Is it trueIn'tiatters relating
to the health. A few bottles of Plantation
Bitters have often wrought wonders, while
in.- i ns ' aly 'b~e6
subdued after weeks of resistance.
MAG OLIA WATER.-Superlor to the best
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
At15 cents per yard,
At Lovelace & Wheelers.
Dec. 2 49
A Bargain, A Bargain.
As we have disposed of all our live
stock, in the way of Boise flesh, we now
propose lb sell -
One a Strong 'Buggy, suited for a horses,
and one almost new, and or.e eatirely 'new.
Aeo 5 pair of
all of which we will sell at a bargain.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Dec. 2 49 2:.
10 Boxes -
Median, Good .ant Fine
now in stgre and for sale at very low prices
by LOVELACE- WHEELER.
We are naking daIly additions to our
varied sto&' of
Ffnhe Steck of Groceies.
All fresh and at log prices. DPon't fhil to
cull and seeifor vdura 'ves.
LOVELACE & WHEFE,ER.
Dec .249 2t.
Pute Whrite Wine Vinegar,
". Cider 4
Jiohn Bull Saute,
PRATT &' FANTS
dec 49 ' IRUTG STORE.
Extracts for the barrdkerchief.
Powder Puf Boxes,
Fancy Soaps,. -*
Doma.des1 . -
H air Brushes, .,
IWith aflne asortmentof
0$ alRktada, jus& received, and
PRATT & FANT'S
Dec. 2 49 tt. DRUG,SIOBE.
Car wile & McCaughrin
- HAVE JUST RECEIT 3)
25 ps Prints,--at reduced prices,
5 " Salem .Teans.
New Orleans Molasses,
English Daizry Cheiese,
i Bbls. & Kits New Bay Mackerel,
Powder, Shot and Caps,
Mute and Horse Shoes,
Horse Shoe Nails, and Axes:'
Dec. 2 49 tf.
Circumstances beyond my control have
caued the suspension of the Charleston
Mercury. But tile public should not be led
to the conclusion that the pap-er is extinct.
Measures are afoot for issuing it again on a
substantial basis ; and it is expected to put
it forth in a style that will satisfy every re
qirement of"a nf-st-class Southern news
paper. . R. B;. R HETT, Jr.,
.Proprietor of the Mercury.
eD2c 4 2t.
All persons having demands against the
estate of James Moore, deceased, will pre
snt them properly attested for settlemen.t
to J. T. Peterson, on or 'before the 1s't of
january, 1869, and all persons indebted to
said estate,- will,mnske paymentt'o
R..S. WHALEIY, Adan'r.
De. 2. 49 m.
NMSINGEK & WKON
Respectfully info:-m their friends and the
public generally, that they have opened in
the store formerly occupied by G. D. Smith
a-generat assirti-ent of
- olasseg, Flour.
Yarns, Cotton Cards,
- . Tob ees abd Segars,
And a Iarge variety of other arti
cles, such as are usually kept in a
first class grocery store.
And in Stor,
W H Webb's
No. ~l MollOhon Rows
A Large and Superior stock of
Embracing every-article in tha lipe, oge
iher with a hbevy lot of choice
of every grade,idsl M
B'OWTS ANII SHQ-,
afrd. many' otber- things not: ennraetated.
.Which wIIl be sold
OHRAP foi- CASH!
Usuanl advancerm'ade on Cotton shlipped
to Messrs. Rrodiet4Jo., -CharleFten. -Alo
sells Exchanage on Charles'ou. dec 2 if
T. -P. Forewton,
Jobber aind dlea1er in
GERMAN, FRENJCH, ENGLUSH AND
HIosiery, Trimipnings and Faney
Gotois, Masical Instrumnents,
so Fsio,abe mperium.~f Desigftsfor
Stamping, BraMding & Embroidery
-CoAsantly 6and-a argeand W.lt -
- -assarted stock oft -
Braids, French Embroidery, aCpt
ton and Linen nd,Silk Fi ss,
Baker & onceotier,
.Respectfully inform z maiy sustemets
aotheprblk geneda that his
KWN*# Bake Oven
is now completed, and by it conve'ritent ar
in, hlsa line at the.shiortesLgpossibla saihke,
Cakes, 'Pastry, &c.,
in satisfactofy and handsome style. Parties
and Dia~nerd~ furnisheG atthlort'est notice.
- resh brea4. -pie anda eake ont .hand.
Meals served at.any hour. a l
Fish, oyters afud gaine dag be'had a l
Thankfuzl for past favoy : oiiAacn
tnuanee of thfibera patronage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 if.
Importer and Deraler in.
line Watches, Olocks,
Jewelry, $i4ver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, EGasses,
Fancy Goods, &e.
No. 307 KIng Street,
CHARLESTQN, 8. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEwELEY RE
PAIRED. - dec 21y
Lost9r stolg.bout the 12th or 15th inst.,
- the following Notes below mentioned:
One Note dated November'oth, '1867l, on
J. C. Hill, for 87.54); one Note dat-ed 'Oct.,
15th, 1888, and payable 1869, 177.50 ; one
Note dated Oct. 15th, 1868, and payable
1870, 177.50;; one Note dated Oct. 15th,
1868, and payable 1871, 177.51. These
Noteswere given as guardian of James T.
Vaughan, an~d all persons are warned against
trading for either or all of them.
G. C. R!DLEHUJBER.
Dec. 2 49 6t.
..r. Bruggeman, agent of the Newberry
Immigration8Society,the public are informed,
will leave here for NIew. York City, on -the
8th inst .,.and it is requested that alI parties,
farmers and othei-s. whb desfre laborers for
the next year, will communicate with him
between this and sale day next. It Is im
portant that he have the names of all such,
and the number wanted, b'that time,
T. S. BOINEST,
n~. 24 it.a Pres't. L. S.
New Goods ! I
PIe subscribers have just reeved one of
AIGET & MOST AlE
Stocks of Goods
ver before offered in this market, reoently
>ought in the northern market, af
Gretl !d uced Prices,
ad will be sold at a
ill we ask is enexi
The stock is too extensive to admit of a
numeration, and is co i eit
seys,-KS5'#; Sattinets, Flan
~some snpfr J
SilJs, Alpea s
Poplins, new style, Ribbons, Hdkf.
$ r qvg,fhaw,.
Qovewe s," beat e the
,w ;fas$b t
USEFUL OR : RNAUNTAL,
Dec 2 3t
-'nbi, BuekEtD ae g, i rns,
BIaif Bushels, ek _
Juhst'in by. R'TT
Paper, Pens ait Vi4i.
A nide assortn e t, n valietiese,
- R."ft A .
Sugar, Vff, Tea, inaiz, k p.,
1aokstij, Ljgicops '
Tweine R. S.EW .
5&ens; ots,"i etr,'iv-; a,fua
ssor...a R anf=1Wm .
Elina~ 4sen648eg g ~hbigand
Brkige, excfrai Boam
nd o I b
Sadees, Bridles as4 Bda~r' 3rt a&
variety, just received b
Just ieideived h elgu i n
itpe)r, by R. STMRT
A ful anid ihe a estanb,n eYt
An.elegant up o qjj, u pa V
Lead, &e. Jus,t recive6W F*
AM elegant a sent haederale a4at.
ler,1visd~ rkSfik'tiest a
ever offt'daiso Poske cSdes
price, and1 varietY,soe , '
A fanl asaoisament, all peiees and~i
some vers fine and large.
A:' WTM -
At ~*atheRIA@15 -&
tio opt ev an
S>iu oce day,
15 dyu4anoth r.8%A ldagw
and bot in a dgy; how;Sb
In Wall Street; how" "C
areBite ; Dae
Saloons are habt
eof fsnote illiaires,
large Octave Volm,7)
trated. The largest commisingvn u
page circals, and a~ U3.0 Oznls uW
on application. For fal particulars ad.i
address thse lam * -
In the Matter of A. A. Void
Inpursuance of asn order grane
Fl, nry Summer, Esq., I wili sellat Ne4br.
D. H., o thbe !~Ildf &ik orDEeit iI
1. IronSaa '
C. D. SPE A RhLNA1igd.:
nc. 1 2. s