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_ CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....PECEMBER 9,1865._
lio.?I?. Notlrca.
RAJO-CLKSO. A Novel. By Fanny Mimlaugb Downing.
PnMlRliod by W. 11. Smith A Co., Ita.olgh (N. C).
Tliis is a most remarkable book. Romarkablo,
inasmuch as though it is ft palpablo imitation of a
portion of "Bleak House," it cannot, with justice,
?o sot down ai a plagiarism whilst it has Buffi
ciont merit in itself to mako it an exceedingly in
teresting novel.
Tho heroine, Lady Ilaughton, is a copy of Lady
Dcdlock, as positively as any ono thing can bo th?j
copy of another. Lady Dcdlock is magnificently
.beautiful, cold and haughty?so is Lady Haugh
ton. Lady Dcdlock doos not love her husband as
a woman should love tho man to whom she is
linked in tho bonds of matrimony?neither docs
Lady Haughton. Dickens* creation has a secret
from lier husband?so has our heroine. Lady
Dcdlock? secret is discovered?so is Lady Haugh
ton's. Sir'Leicester Dodlock (Lady Dodlock's bus
hand) is tho quintcsccncc of noblcnoes and mag
nanimity? Sir Evorard Haughton (Lady Haugh
ton's husband), is exactly tlio same. Sir Leicester
?xliibits his lovo and magnanimity to the groatost
extent when tho socrct is discovered, and when
tho reader would look for a man in bis position to
act quite differently. Sir Everard Haughton acts
identically tho same. Lady Dodlock has a French
maid, Mademoiselle Hortense, who despises her
anistross, and plots her ruin. Lady Haughton
has a French maid. Mademoiselle Folioe, who
does prcoisely tho v 3 thing.
All this has the apr jaraneo of a plagiarism, but
it is not, and for these reasons; in tho first place,
tho imitation is too palpablo to bo a plagiarism. No
one in their sano senses would select tho greatest
of authors, and ono whose works are universally
read, to plagiarize from. Our author, therefore,
imitated, with tho knowledge that, as every ono
who rends her book must bo familiar with Dick
*ENs, and she simply submits to them her copy as
an artist, who paints a picture from a model, tho
"Work of a master hand. Another reason is the
ono given by that great goniam and critic, Eno.vn
A. Poe, who contended that whero many points
of similarity would suggest plagiarism, a corres
ponding number of points of dissimilarity would
relievo the author from the imputation. In jus
tice, then, to our fair authoress, let us give these
points. Lady Dodlock's secret is a guilty one.
Lady Haughton had always been as pure as a
woman can be. Lady Dcdlock had a child of her
own which her Bister had taken enro of. Lady
Haughton took care of her dead sister's child, and
kept the secret because she had made an oath to
tho dying mother to Bavo her reputation. After
tho secret was out, Lady Dedlock fled her home,
and died ere sho could bo found by Mr. Bucket,
tho Detective, and Esther Summcrson, her daugh
ter. Lady Haughton was taken back to her 1ms
hand's arms, learned to lovo him, and became a
good wife. The book is certainly, however, a re
markable one, and tho moro so because it is ex
ceedingly interesting even to ono who has read
Bleak House a doze-i times. The diction is pure,
tho tale well told, and the stylo admirable in its
simplicity.
Tho'authoresH, however, is too prone to imitato.
Tho Btory that Sir Evorard tolls his wife about
tho bracelet smacks too much of Othello and the
handkerchief. Ladies always forget themselves in
books'when they give enthusiastic descriptions of
tho beauty of the malo characters. A man likes
to read of a woman's beauty, and a woman may
derive pleasure from a description of a handsome
man, but the latter is always nauseating to a malo
leader.. In speaking of Mr, Hamilton, a good-for
nothing scamp, after a minuto description of his
" majestic beauty," our authoress says : " But the
face?oh 1 the untold, the indescribable beauty of
that pale, calm face." We cannot fancy this sort
of thing ; wo do not like to hear llus stylo of lan
guage applied to a man.
To sum up, we think tho book, with all its per
fections and " imperfections on its head," is capi
tal, and wo havo no doubt that Mrs. (or Miss)
Downing is destined to take a conspicuous stand
among the first writera of tho day.
TheIrvinotonStoiueh. By M. E. Dodge. James O'Kane,
Publisher, Now York.
This little vbluino is a story book for children,
and wo can say of it honestly and without the
slightest hesitation, it is ono of tho best wo have
acen for many yoars. Few persons can appreciate
tho exceeding difficulty of writing a book of th.B
kind. Tho author is apt to fall into one of the
extremes?ho will either produco a work abovo
the comprehension of tho younger childron, or too
?simple for thoao of a more advanced age. To hit
tho happy medium, it ?b necessary to write a story
which can be understood by a child of nine or ten,
and that at the samo time can bo read with inter
est by a child of fifteen or sixteen, or, in fact, by
an adult. Evon by this difficult standard the "Ir
vingt?n Stories" aro a completo success. The
critic, heiforo reading tho book, handed it to some
intolligopt, little onea, aged nine and ten. Tho
little ones read them all, understood them, and
expressed themselves delighted. Tho critic then
road thorn and found them rather interesting to
himself. Tho littlo critic? found one fault with
the book. Ono of thom remarked of "The Drum
mer Boy:" "That ia a pretty story, but I don't like
it bcoanso it h?-us so much about tho "rob?is." We
endorse the sontimont. It is not in human na
ture, nor in common sense, to expect that our
children should tako pleasure in reading storioa in
which their fathers aro abused and often bebed.
The Drummer Boy is the only war story in tho
bo k, which, so far ne Southern childron aro con-,
cerned; would havo been improved by its omission.
- ?-1??
Bj'nt he A Man and a Brother ??A correspon
dent of tlio Worcester (Mbbb.) Transcript is en
gaged in toaching adult negroes at Norfolk, Va.
He states that though ho has labored assiduously
for many months, ho finds groat difficulty in mak
ing progrois. Wo quote a pasaago from tho letter,
which will givo an idea of the truthfulness of bis
statement : , . .
Listen to' this ono. to whom I will put but tho
word fox to spell. After ?iving tho word duo
thought, we hear.lier say hTws/-fox?.-Upon ask
ing ben' to try onco more, sho tell? us that b-e-a-m
spoils fox. On? evening 1 noted down a fow of tho
words, which wire spelled in this way, and as thev
ni&y be inter? tittg, I think? ljv.ill.gwethem,not as
samples of dnllnesH,. but m?*rely to show'thatiii
?onsibility which koiuo qf thom have to tho sound
of letters : ..../* . ..
S-u-f?Hat. F-h-i-co?Fish.
H-i-n?Chin. . LfU-p-a?Lips,
F-i-11-Gill. .;,...;, , L-a-i-m-8wino.
C-a-t?Colt. N-ii-m-a-o? ?amo.
B-i-c-k?-Nook? N-a-k-o?NoCk.
IiABOE l.Kuuu-iioN of I xrr.mu ruines_It appears, by
an ?njtilul ?tutt-im-nt fioni tin- Ufittod Htutta Treasury,
that tliu dlsiinratnuanfti on atxuiiiit of the War and ?S'avv
Deiiartunmt- ,f<jr "
?11.117*6??
The ro'.uct
$8,321,809.:?, und on ?. ? (.nut .if "tho MY9 ?'SmSmL&T.
ahia If, ?.very ?r.itir?. lnK exhibit. <??m?>*.o?.
. ?uni??????!?-??.) ?m ai/cuiim or tue War and Navy
ran fMUgma ?h m> BUm h-oati Gt year. I
;,'m ..,? ," " '- ' I rn<o Wnr'Tiipifmioftt*!?f
Missouri l.Hot-i.ATU.*,?,-Ii.,t|.0 Uo.?ho thin week, a
BPricHoi resoiuiiM..- i.iv?t n>,{ nrrtro aufTrago wore f tro
?dut-icd, alid BfUtr nan i dm-iixsi.ni Induit uiti-ly pontp ntd
by a voto of HA io fi \ mruo number of radicals voted
for tlio poKtjio en.i
Sensible.
Tho Now York World, of tho 1st hint., has a very
8ouuiblo editorial on the "Need of the South." Wo
copy tho n?tido entire.
THE NEED OF THE HOI TU.
Wo lmvo seen n kilter from a very intelligent ex
plainer to a friend in this city, in reference to tho
probabilities of the carry ronunption of ordinary
work in the Southern States. In his judgment, as
in ours, the lirst great necessity, tin* second great
necessity, and tho third great necessity, is to allow
the into?'?st of whites and blacks to settle tho in
tercourse between them ami the relations between
employer and employed.
Tlmgreat lion in the path of Southern industry
at this moment is Federal legislation. Neither
the planter HOT tho negro is taught or allowed to
relv upon himself. The Frecdineu'a Bureau un
dertakes to adjust that which is Incapable <>f ad
justment, except by a law greater than any law of
Congress?the law of supply and demand.
Tho Free States determined that chattel slavery
should eeaso to exist, and that tho negro should
ho "lord of himself." Whether that lordship shall
ho a "heritago of woe," is n matter which tho
negro must determine for himself, just ns a whito
man does. Ono of tho small fallacies of tho Tri
buno is to assume that tho difficulty about willing
labor on tho part of the negro, is the neglect to
pav weekly wages. Tho bulk of tho farm labor of
th? Froc States which is hired, is hired by tho
year, and no farmer could afford to pay hands
eight months in tho voar when laborers nro plenty,
and loso them during tho four months when labor
ers arc in demand. In harvest time tho price of
a day's labor is three times that of tho average.
Fixity of labor is, therefore, essential. Tho
great trouble with tho planter is to have
constant labor in picking time. Thoro it is
a question of ruin to be without it. No planter
will work a plantation unless ho can compel
labor at that period to fulill its contract honestly.
Hero thero aro two means?keeping back a largo
portion of tho wages accumulated so that the la
borer forfeit- thoin if ho fails to fulfil his agree
ment; and the rigor of climate, which acts as a
iiolico. A man here must provide for winter, and
10 must provide for summer. He freezes and he
burns. But in a semi-tropical climate the negro
for eight months does not burn, and need not la
bor; he can livo almost the lifo of a savage. There
are, indeed, four cold months; but if two-thirds of
the year favors savagery, and only one-third civili
zation, it is not difficult to decide which will carry
the day in a half or quarter civilized being. Our
Stato fairs enable the Northern farmer to enforce
the fulfillment of contracts. That is about all the
Southern planter needs from his Slate. From the
Federal Government he wants nothing.
The white man of the United States is a very
artificial being?tho creature of centuries ?if pro
gressive civilization. His wants and appetites aro
numer?os, and lie works h> gratify them. Tho
original love of laziness, inherent in all men, lias
been gradually worked oat of him. He is as dif
ferent from a black man South as a horse from the
wild ass. The first tiling the negro should be told
is: We have made an experiment; we have, at an
enormous cost, giving you the opportunity of
showing whether you are capable of becoming an
equal citizen of the United States. Yon must show
that you are; yon can show that you nro. As for
tho right of sitffrugo, men generally did not pos
sess i'. in New fork; fifty years ago, scarcely in
any State of the Union. Yon arc not fitted for it:
yoii will not be fitted for it till your intelligence,
sobriety and habits of industry are fixed facts.
All depends upon yourselves, ii' you malic as dili
gent, industrious and sober a population as tho
white, you must, in time, bo equal with the white;
if not, you will dwindlo like the Iudian tribes.
So long as tho Northern white stands between
the black and the Southern white, so long thero
will bo no harmony. There is a natural and mu
tual fooling between the white and tho black
there, which must be worn out, just like the feel
ing between the South ami the rest of tlie Union.
If tho negro has been unjustly treated, ns he has
been continually told by ?lie fanatics, be must feel
injustice. If the white man has been deprived of
what he believed to be his property, he has a con
sciousness of being tho victim of injustice, and
tho ex-slave is tho living reminder of it. No legis
lation, no reasoning, can efi'aco either of those
feelings. Timo will.
What is wanted for the negro, and not a little
for his special friends, i.i tho dissemination of the
knowledge that the first law of labor is the law of
liberty?which means liberty to hire and be lined
without congressional interference, and with no
moro State interference than the enforcement of
contracts.
* o ?
The Richmond Ennuirer speaks as follows of Secretary
StANTON :
Even while sharing with the people of tho South the
bitterness of feeUug tow.rtl the Secretary of War, we
niUEt bear testimony to his firmness, perhaps .stubborn
ness, to his unflagging Industry, and to his devoted
sentiment of Unionism. An earnest enemy is more od
mirablo than a vacillating und unstable num. Mr.
Stanton, during the war, never failed in nnything that
could contribute to the success ol hie cause. When de
feat ovortook bis arms, when the public spirit waned un
der repeated military disaster, aud all seemed lost for
his cause, neither his resolution nor his conrnge failed
him. Ono commander after auothur was dismissed, as
one army after another was ?lestroyod. McL'lcllau made
way for Pope, who, more unfortunate than his predeces
sor, paid the samo penalty. Again McClcllan was super
seded by Durnslde, and thon Hooker, and then Meado,
aud then ?rant. But amidst all the disasters that
caused these frequent change-, the Secretary remained
Ili-iii and immoveablc?determined aud unyielding in
defeat, he was seldom tried by victory; but in defeat his
resolution never to give up the cause was often uiado
apparent. To no ono man in tho United States, more |
than Mr. Stanton, can the success of the United States '
army be attributed. Stanton in Washington, co-operat- I
lug with exhaustion in tho South, overthrew the Con- ,
fedcracy. Neither Lincoln, nor Grant, nor Sherman, i
contributed more to syocess than Stanton.
. m
The report of the Comptroller of the Currency has I
been sent to tbo printer; This will be one of the most
important department documents that will bo sent to
Congress. In treating the question of national banks
and currency, be refers to taxes aud revenue, which has
a bearing on the subject, and in this way will present an
array of valuable facts to our law makers, which, if sus
tained by proper legislation, will go a great way towards
solving the present difficult financial problem. It la un
derstood that ho will urge the removal of tho Bureau to
New York. Secretary McOoLtocii will strongly urge
contraction of the. currency. This, from present ap.
poaranceo, will pervade bis whole report ; but whether ?
he will suggest any feasible plan to accomplish that pur
pose remains to be seen. The total receipts from inter
nal revenue since tho 80th of June amount to f 146,
600,000.
Some time since the Quartermaster's Department di
rected that tho sale of transportation material be discon
tinued. The Commissary Department has, in effect,
adopted the same course in respect to supplies for troops,
and has commenced accumulating at New Orleans and
other posts convenient to Texas. Inspectors are ?aid to
be looking closely into tho condition and quantity of
transportation and ordnance stores, and directing repairs
m all coses where they are needed. Taken in connection
with General Grant's proposed visit to Sheridan, these
facts show a disposition to keep the Army of the South
west in condition for aotive service at a moment's notice.
It la stated that tho National Treasury has now on
hand, In coin, fil.7 in,(XX), Mid in ourrenoy $_0,16.,000.
There is at present outstanding $6 645,000 of < Id certi
ficates, *..,:::_,000 of now certificates and $31,000,000 of
coin certificates. In the War and Navy Dopartoiont
there la a reduction in tho expenditures ot over
$11,000,000 in November, as compared with those of
November, ISO.. '
OfSSax rKauk, it is said by Richard Grant White,
that he never re-wrote, or. pmondod ono Une. .of his
feprks; he wrote for money, ami got his pay, ho left bis
works to take caro of themselves, lie never wrote any
body a letter, and when ho died h? loft but four signa
tures behind.'Thero we're, probably,' ho autograph
seekers in thopo days. '
? .*' ' I <'?> S'iwii i, i ' i?.
CtT_Trm- of MAnn-n iri.hra Courtut.?Tho Com
missioner of Agriculture at Washington has received a
valuable paper,, communicated. through tho State De
partment uy Mom. KniilodeSpeyer, on the -uliject of
tho culture of madder, which be qjalms may bo success
fully raise?! nn t-lio rich sol Is of Uds womit ry. It is esti
ma vd that tho not value of this dye that may ba grown
on a aliigio acre' would bo'$070.' When It Is considere!
that tho Importation of madder Into this country from
BVanco amounts to -5,0.0,000 francs annually, if any
reasonable approximation to this profit could be realized
per aor., ?iir W*>steni agriculturists' should lose no time
la attempting ils ouRuro. (f >
Motto fof Wall-street brokers' onlees : 'Who enters
here, leaves'soap'behind." '>
Wo wot of a great many other places, besides Wall
street offices, whero this motto would be equally appro
priate. ._\ n |
TIMBER! TIMBER!!
ON CON8IU-MKNT.
W]
E ARE IN CONSTANT RECEIPT OF. AND II?VVE
NOW IN I'OND, TIMBER, of various Biiees and
qualltlcp. sullablo for SHIPPING, MILLING. WHARF
BUILDING. Ac, Ac, to which we invite the attention
of Merchants and Millers. CUI80LM BROTHERS,
December 0 wf2 No. 70 EaBt Ray.
O
A BARGAIN!
FOR SALE, ONE OF THE BEST OROCERY STANDS
in the city, in the midst of a thickly settled neigh
borhood, with n choleo lot of GROCERIES and CROCK
ERY. Object for selling 1b to change buplness. Apply
at this oftlco. 2* _December 7
^?gSt^?xchang?
N NEW YORK, IN SUMS TJ SDIT PURCHAS
ERS. For sale by
Vf. G. WHILDEN A* CO.,
Corner Klug and Bcuufain streets.
Dcccnibor 5_tilths
GOLD AND SILVER COIN.
EXCHANGE ON THE NORTH
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS
UNCURRENT NOTES
Bought and sold by
W. O. WHILDEN k CO.,
Corner King and Veaufain strcote.
December 0 _tilths
GOLD,
SILVER,
BANK NOTE8,
BONDS, C0UP0N8,
AMD
CHECKS ON NEW YORK.
I Bought and sold by CONNER A WILSON.
Bankers and Brokers, No. S Broad street.
December 6_?_
UNCURRENT FUNDS
BOUGHT BY
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO.,
December 4_4_No. 24 Broad street.
'sterling Exchange on England
PURCHASED BY MARSHALL, BEACH k CO,
December 4 4
"GOLD, silver
AND
SIGHT DRAFTS,
ON
NewYor ^Philadelphia & Boston.
I For sale by P. H. KEGLER, Banker,
Corner of King and Hafiel-strcets.
I Also collections made on all the cities in the United
! States, Canada, Nassau, Ac, Ac. November 10
THE HIGHEST PRICE
PAID FOR
GOLD,
SILVER and
EXCHANGE,
AT
P. n. KKIil.lOlt'S EXCHANGE OFFICE,
CORNER OF KING AND HASEL-STBEETS.
Octobec 25 wfni
MS- OFFICE DEPOT COMMISSARY, NO. 10
! BROAD-STREET?CHARLESTON, S, C, NOVEMBER
24th, 1865.?SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, for the
delivery of FRESH BEEF ON THE BLOCK, for issue
'< to troops at this Post, commencing January 1st., 1866,
: subject to the approval of tho CouimlsBary-Gcneral, wUl
i be received by the undersigned, at his Office, up to
I 12 M. December ISth, 18C5.
The name of good and sufficient surctlos for tho f.ith
; ful performance of the contract will be required In each
! bill.
j AU further information In relation to terms of con
' tract, Ac, can be obtained on application to the under
? signed. H. E. LORD,
November 24 21 Caplain and C. S. Vols.
HEADQUARTERS 2d 8. D. M. D. C? )
ED16TO Is-AND, S. C, December 1, 1865. J
[Special OnDEn No. 63.]
TO AVOID UNNECESSARY TROUBLE AND PRE
SERVE good order on this Island, it is hereby ordered:
I. All parties claiming as original owners, plantations
| held by freedmon, and ?lc.irous of conferring with them,
I \ylll report at these Headquarters previous to assuming
! personal chargo of the same. If necessary an Offleer will
j be sent to accompany them, and assist in making such
! arrangements as are desirable.
Attention is invited to Paragraph VIII, Circular No.
; 15, War Department, the provinions of which, together
with other orders, subsequently ltsued, will be enforced.
II. Until further orders, persons visiting the Island on
legitimate business will, on landing, report to Assistant
. Provost Marshal, register names, and state nature of bu
! sincss. Persona on illegitimate or no business, aro 11a
' ble to arrest and instant removal.
? Visitors should land at Steamboat Creole Landing.
III. Ail claims against frecdmen for horses, stock, or
' property of any kind, are to bo presented to Assistant
i Provost Marshal for adjudication by Provost Courts.
Personal attempts to retake property are liable to
create disortler, and are iorbldden.
IV. Until further orders, -civilians, white or colored,
will bo required to exhibit a pass from competent mili
tary authority or Assistant Bureau R. F. and A. L.
Such passes will be given for a limited time, and for
tho purpose of conferring with the frcedmen only, or
other specified reasons, and will not entitle the parties
receiving them to establish any residence on the Island.
V. The foregoing regulations being complied with, oil
parties having business to transact on the Island are
guaranteed entire security, and such assistance as may
be properly rendered by the United States authority.
VI. The Superior Provost Court, 2d Sub-District, wUl
hold session at Headquarters, on or about tho 5tb inst.
VII. Lieut, R. J. CLARK, 35th U. S. C. T., is hereby
appointed AS8ISTANT PROVOST MARSHAL of Edisto
Island. Ho will be respected accordingly.
JAMES C. BEECHER,
Brev, Brlg.-Gen. Com'dg. 2d Sub-District
December 6 3
4STATTENTION1 DeBOW'S REVIEW.?
Having been appointed AGENT for thlo sterling Period
ical (tho first number of which will be issued in Janua
ry next), I will, during my stay In the City, call on old
Subscribers to renew their patronage, and npon tho
public, generally, to testify their appreciation of a work
pre-eminently deserving of SOUTHERN PATRONAGE.
November 2__ J. WALLARD AINOER.
MS- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.?OLD EYE8
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medicine.
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Address
E. B. FOOIE. M. D? No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
November 0
MS- HILL'S HAIR 1-E?FIFTY CENTS?
BLACK OR BROWN.?Instantaneous in effect, reliable
for natural appearance, beauty of color and durability;
also the cheapest and best in use. Depot, No. 66 John
street, corner of William street, New York, and sold by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Stores overywhoro.
November 29 6mo
?S- BATCHELOR'8 HAIR DYE !?THE ORIGINAL
nd best In the world I The only truo and perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmleus, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with
out Injuring the hair or skin. Remedios the 111 effects o
bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. Tho genuine Is signed
WILLIAM A. BATOHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF >?IILLEFLEUR8,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCH ELOR, New York.
Angutt 17_.,. . .: _ lyr
MS-IT C-T? ITCH ! ITCH I SCRATCH 1
80RATCH.1 SCRATCH l?WHEATON'B OINTMENT
WILL CURE THE ITCH IN FORTY-BIGHT HOURS.
Also cures BALT RHEUM, ULORR8, CHILBLAINS, and
all ERUPTION8 OF THE SKIN. Price 50 cents. For
sale by ail Druggist?. By sending ?50 cents to WEEKS
k POTTER, Sole Agent?, No. 170 Washington-street,
Boston, Mass., it will bo forwsrded by mail, ?reo of post
age, to any part of the United States.
November 8 6mo
DIRECT IMPORTATION,
I!V BUND OK DUTY PAID.
JUST RECEIVED, PER BAUK FLORENCE CIII1*
MAN, from Europe, a consignment of very SU
PERIOR BRANDY and GIN, in cases anil quartereaakH.
AI.SO,
A puncheon o? very OLD SCOTCH WHISKY.
IftTlio attention ofi-aiiiioisscurs, and the public generally,
are respectfully solicited.
JOHN I'. O'NEILL k BON,
Docomber I wftnO No. 167 East Day
REALLY CHOICE TEAS.
^ A HALK AND QUARTER CHESTS OF THE
?--tV* rhoirest ?innlily of TEAS, consisting of Enclinh
Breakfast. Oolong, Hyaofl an?l YoungUysun Tea?. Just
imported and for unie by
HENRY COBIA k CO.,
Dccembor C w?2 Qui cu-strcet, near East Uay.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
JUST RECEIVED, PEE STEAMER GRANADA, FROM
New York, a choice supply of FAMILY GROCE
RIES, consisting of :
8UOAR-CURED HAMS, STRIP BACON
Smoked Beef anil Buffalo Tongues
Superior article ol Pickled Beef, In y bbls., for
family uso
Choice Oosl.cn Duttcr
Pineapple and English Dairy Cheese
Self-raiBing Flour and Buckwheat
Split Peas. Pearl Barley
Sugar, CotTco and Toa, of all qualities
No. 1 Mackerel, In kits
Pickled Salmon, kc,
ALSO,
OUAVA JELLY and MARMALADES
French and Woat India PresorveB, in tUtir own
juice, kc, kc.
Baskets. Oroomu, Tubs, kc'kc.
For salo by N. LEVIN, Jr.,
December 6 ws2 Nob. 104 and 1 or. Market street.
SUGAR, COPPE?,~B?TT?R AND
"LAUD.
~1 f\f\ BBLS. CLARIFIED SUGAR
J.\J \J 20 bbls. Crushed Sugar
50 bags Rio Coffee
75 nrkiQB New York State- Butter
50 firkins Family Lard
60 boxes Cheese
300 bids. Flour, Eilrn and Bnpcr
'JO bbls. Ucckcr's Self-Raising Flour
600 boxes Scaled Herrings
200 boxes No. 1 Herring?
100 kegs Powder, whole*, haU"s and ?piarters
COO bags Shot, all numbers
200 baga shot. Buck
20 libdH. Bacon, bides and Shoulders
? boxes Snap, Starch, Candles, ? >:< .
Just 'received, per sehr. Robt. Caldwell and steamer
Emily B. Souder, and lor Bale by
WM. GURNEY,
No. 102 Eist Bay, Charleston, S. C.
December 5 4
15
BUTTER, LARD, &c.
FIRKINS CHOICE GOSIIEN BUTTER
2.1 kegs Choleo Leaf Lard
25 bbls. Mackerel
50 boxes Cbceso
W) kits Mackerel
10 bbls. Pickled Herrings
1(10 boxes Smoked Herri uga.
Juyt received and for sulo bv
OLACIU8 k WITTE,
No. 80 East Bay, corner North Atlantic Wharf.
December 2 stnthO
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Merchants and Bankers, Charleston, S. C.
1 An/1 ?"OILS HEMP AND MANILLA ROPE
JLLTU v/ 2?0 bides Gunny Rapping and Twine
1000 ki'gs Nails, assorted sizes
3110 bbls. Coffee Sugars, A, B and O
200 bags Rio and Java Cofleo
100 bbls..Molasses and Syrup
200 boxes Adamantine and Sperm Candles
100 bbls. Flour
100 bbls. White Winn and Ciller Vinegar
100 bbls. Copperas, Blue Stouo and Epsom
Salts
3000 bbls. Jurvis' Island Guano
Soda, Segars, Tobacco, Mackerel
Starch, Spices, ?to , &o.
GOLD, SILVER,
BANK NOTES, STERLING AND NEW YORK
Exchange, bought and sold.
Docomber 4 mwfl2
Rice, Bagging, Rope, Twine, &o.
fjfT TIERCES FRESH BEAT RICE
J O 6 bales Heavy Gunny Cloth
100 coils Press Rope, y inch
60 coils Manilla Hope, !? inch
25 coils Hemp Rope, ,'j inch
15 bbls. Crushed Sugar
40 bbls. Coffee Sugar
8 bales Bagging Twiuo
60 boxes candles?It. G. Mitoholl k Co. .
60 boyes Candles, fancy cases?R. G. Mitchell &
Co.
25 boxes Colgato k Co.'a Family Soap
137 boxes Duryea's Superior Starch
6000 Segar:*.
also is STOItE.
BRANDY, WHISKY, RUM AND GIN.
For sale by BRUNS k BEE,
December 1 fmw No. 84 East Bay.
LIVERPOOL SALT.
1 A A A SACK8 LIVERPOOL SALT, NOW LAND
IvvU ING per bark "Florence Cbipman." For
sale low irom the wharf by
JOHN KING k CO.,
December fl wfm3 No. BH Hasel street.
LIVERPOOL SALT AFL0?\T.
PAA SACKS IN SPLENDID SHIPPING ORDER.
?UU Lundiug this day and for sale from tho wharf,
by THADDEU8 STREET,
December 0 No. 71 Kant Bay.
FLOUR, RICE, VINEGAR.
-i r\r\ BBLS. FLOUR
J_\J \J 76 bags Java Rico
25 bbls. Cider Vinegar.
For sale low by JACOB S.SCHIRMER,
November 20 No. 18 North Commercial Wharf.
CORN, OATS AND HAY.
O CCA BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY
j?OU 500 bushels Oats
600 bushels Corn.
Landing and in store, and for sale by
TROUT k AMSBURY,
Northwest cor. Market and East Bay streets.
November 29
EASTERN HAY,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, CARGO OF BARK TU8
CANO. For sale by
GEORGE A. LOCKE k CO.,
December ?3 3 No. 1*71 East Bay.
BEST 0RRELL COAL.
-I f\f\ TONS BEST ORRELL COAL, ON BOARD
JLV/w bark Florence Chipman, from Liverpool.
For sale by RAVENEL k CO.
December 7 6
YARN! YARN!
BALES COTTON YARN, ASSORTED NUMBERS,
Just received, and for sale by
HENRY COBIA k CO.,
December 0 8 Queon-Btreet, near East Bay.
25
TIN! TIN!
-| /r r\ boxes ic and ix charcoal, roofing
?0 \J and BRIGHT TIN?beat brand. Juat receiv
ed, and for aalo by T. TUPFER k SON8.
November 20 lmo Brown's Wharf.
FOR SALE.
A FINE BUGGY AND HARNESS. APPLY TO
i\_ WM. H. DAW80N,
November 20 No. 61 Bit ad-street,
FOR SALE,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF A NUR8ERY AND
Flower Garden, as It stands at present, located on
King-street Road, comprising a<?reen House, 100 ft. long,
Garden Sashes, BoIIb, Glasses, Flower Pota, Tools, Cart
and Wagon 8, &c.
AtfiO,
A LARGE QUANTITY OF DWARF PEAIt TREES,
Evergreens and Deciduous Trees and Shrubs. Apply to
A. PUDIGON, Khig.Btroet Rood, Charleston, 8. O.. or by
nail 6* December 7
N?. 9. MACHINE .U-'l.TIM.?. NO. 0*
A
LL WIDTHS, IN LEATHER AND RUBBER.
For aalo. by 3. M. EA80N.
No. 0 Exchange street, rear of Old Pcstofflce.
December 4
BREAD! BREAD! BREAD!
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REOPENED THE WELL
known BAKES? Ne 60 Traddstr?et Famille?
wishing a good article of woll-bhked Loaf Bread are re
quested to ienv?! their orders at Bakery.
He has procured conipetmt cart driver?, and will de
liver Brea?! to any part of the city. .'.,.
November 22 lmo J. C. MARSHALL.
LATEST ARRIVAL
IPer Steamship a-ncl Sail.
-| (~\/~\ BBI.S. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
JL\-/VJ ? ?bis. Extra Flour
Km libls. Sii|ierlino Flour
1 11 libls. Super I'iour
13B libls. Kino Flow
fin IiIiIh. N<>. i Mackerel
01) libls. No. 2 Mackerel
!.- half liblc No. 1 Mackerel
411 half bbla N<i. 2 Mackerel
'_< quarter bbls. N?>. 1 Mackerel
20 ?[Harter libls. No. 3 Mackerel
29 kit? No. 1 Mackerel
2(K) bids. Potatoes
20 ken? Butter
20 hlnls MoltMsca
10 boxea Ilaeon Side?
10 liefen i limn?
10 hhds. Hams
6 hhds. Bat-on Shoulders
5 tierces Bacon Strips
20 bbls. Crushed Sunur
25 bbls. Powdered Hogar
20 bbls. Clarified Coffee Sugar
20 bbls. Brown Sugar
2(1 eai Iih Coffee
1(10 ?a?ks Liverpool Salt
10 sacks Spices
200 boxes assorted Family Soap
2.10 Ixixos Fancy Soap?Colgate's
73 boxes ( 'iindU'H
60 boxes Starch
20 duzen Brooms
CO boxes MiiHtar?l
25 boxes Black Tea
50 coilH Manilla Ropo
25 co?Ib Hemp Ropo
200 boxee i in?assorted
100 colle Iron Wire
20 coils Lead Pipo
20 dozen Hatchets
15 dozen Hammer*
5 dozen Wood-Saws
40 dozen Collins' Axes
15 (loz.'ii Looking Glasses?assorted
300 M Segara?asiiorted
75 rcaaiH Foolscap Paper
50 reams Letter Paper
75 reams Note Paper
10 boxea Ink
And a desirable lot Carriage Trimmings.
For ?ale by ARCHIBALD GETTY k CO.,
Nos. 12(> and 128 Meeting-street,
December 0 Warehouse?? Nos. fill and 55 Hasol-st.
SALT, FLOUR, ETC.
1 ?-CAA ?AUKS LIVERPOOL SALT
JLfJUU 50 SACKS TURK'S ISLAND SALT
101) BBLS. BEEF
lui) BBLS. AND HALF MILS. FORK
2(J0 BBLS. EXTRA*FL0UH
300 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR
200 CHEESE?DIFFERENT KINDS.
For sale cheap for ?-ash by
OKU. W. CLARK ?Si CO.,
October 13 Ko. 14.1 IU?'?'llitj$-Htrcet.
LIQUORS! LIQUORS!
INCLUDING A MOST EXTENSIVE SUPPLY OF
everything in the LIQUOR BUSINESS,
HUCH as :
200 bblH. WHISKY, sonic old, sonic aplcndid, and
Homo very cheap
10 quarter e.inks BRANDY
100 package- WINES, CHERRY BRANDY, ST.
CHOIX RUM, PORT WINE, ftc, Ac.
3000 cages WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, &C, ,V.c.
Coil at our largo .S'ales Rooms, No. 145 MEETING
STREET.
GEO. Vt\ CLARK ?Si CO.
October 13
Heidsieck & Co's. Champagne,
THE PUREST, BEST AND CHEAPEST IN THE
market.
Call and purchase of
liEO. XV. ?ri, l H K Si CO.,
October 13 Ko. 143 Mfding-strcct?
THOMPSON & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
Commission Merchants,
No. 11*4 EAST BAY.
IN STORE AND RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAMER,
afuR supply of GROCERIES,
COJMMXntQ OF:
OFFEE,
SUGAR,
BUTTER.
LARD,
CHEESE,
FLOUR.
Aim,
A general supply of GROCERIES.
November 29
"CROCKERIf-AT REDUCED PRICES.'?
Q^VCRVTES ASSORTED CROCKERY, ALL GRAN
O" 9 ITE WAKE. lanilliiR and to arrive, consisting of
DINNER, TEA AND TGI LET SETS, Ewers and Basins,
Cups and Saucers, Covered Dishes, Plates Bowls, and
all articles usually found in a well eolcetcd Stork of
Crockery. We oner the abnre ol, reduced prices for a
fow days, In lots to suit purchasers. Orders by maU
promptly attend. <1 l?>. by O'MARA ?: PRESTON,
No. 80 Queeli-st., betwo ?n Kin?; und Meeting St?.
December 5 tilths
RESTAU H'A?tT
STEPHEN ELDRED
HAS OPENED A RESTAURANT AT NO. 163 EAST
BAY, where will ho found ALES, WINES AND
LIQUORS of the liest quality.
FREE LUNCH between tho hnnrs of 11 and 1 o'clock.
HAS Al.hil IN I1ACK 8TOIIE,
A fine assortment of OLD LIQUORS, which ho wiU
dispose of by the bai-r?*J or iu smaller quantities.
December 4
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
AND
SEED STOBE,
AT THE OLD STAND, No. 207 KING-STREET?
NEW NUMBER, 353? viz:
PLOWS, HARROWS. CULTIVATORS. Horse Hoes,
Road Scrapers, Corn Shelters, Straw Cutters, Corn and
Coffee Mills, Spades and HhovelH, Hay and Manure Forks,
Rakes, Hoes, Meat Cutter? and Staffers, Bark Mills, and
Wood, WlUow and Stone Ware. Also, i fresh supply of'
Landreth's GARDEN SEEDS, as usual, and 20 bushels
Onion Sets, for planting. For sale by C. RING,
November 14 tuths'.iuoa I.ate b. Landroth A Co,
^REMOVAL.
WILLIAM M. PELOT. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE AND LAND
AGENT, has removed to No. 40 BROAD-STREET.
November ?ft _ tuths?
HOT FOR THEJOLID-?gT
GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!!
NOW 18 THE TIME TO FIND OUT WHERE YOU CAN
SPEND YOUR MONEY TO THE BEST ADVANTAGE.
AT THE
CHARLESTON BAZAAR
AND
TOY EZtv^^OIRITT-k-C
FORRESTON & M'LEAN,
]STo. 6?1 King-street,
NEAR THE UPPER GUARD HOUSE.
TOYS, ALBUMS, BASKETS, FANCY GOODS;
FIREWORKS, Ac.
GIFTS FOR OLD AND YOUNG.
November 28__ln>?
"RAILWAY SUPPLIES.
TH? UNDERSIGNED. MANUFAOTUHER OF CAST
and SWEDES STEM. ELLIPTIC RAILWAY
SPRINGS, Hydrtmi?. .ia?*hn, ateuro and Uydraulio
Gauges, Water Gaiw?*?-iu?l Low .Water Sli'iiuls, Limborn
k Justice's Patent JM.il#< limit? ilair Fastii-ln?. Nhaw'e
Patent Cork Railway MiirniKs: and s-ile Importer of
Butcher's Solid Caat rit tul Tyre. Cast Steel Rails and
Frogs, Cyclop'? Cast hihi Si*riilg 8t?-?>l Files, Ac. and
Davy llru. Htcum lliiini?j.r??-offers tor sale to Railway
Conipiniie.i any article- 0) hit? make or lhu?.o under his.
control, on the most fihehil t-'riua. '
PHILIP S. JUSTICE, (It
No. 14 Norm i * i'..,,Li -i, I'liiladi'lphla,
N?.. 42 '.im-rtir..*?. Now York;
Or through his A ecu in
CAMERON, BAR;. 1 I Y k CO., Mfcllng-street,
September 7 th.-in.mm Cbartoetoa, 8.O..

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