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THE DAILY NEWS.
BX 10S8 iTCTLOCK.
Baiter to love than to be loved :
Better to se. TO. and serving guide,
Than wait, with idle oars improved,
And flapping sail by each breath moved,
The turning of life's solemn tide.
Live, work, and love ; as Heaven assign
For Heaven, or man, thy sacred part ;
Anees ress of a noble line.
Or calm in maidenly decline ;
But keep till death the woman's heart.
A NEW LOVSTY EROl'OSED.
Important Movement ?f Citlxens of York,
Union and Spartanburg Counties-Thc
Air Line Railroad.
At a meeting of the citizens of York, Union
and Spartanburg, held at Cherokee Ford, on
Saturday, the 14th instant, William Jefferie*,
Esq.. was called to the chair, and Dr. Job/a G.
Black was requested to act as secretary.
^By request of the chairman, William C.
Black, Esq., and Rev. 'William Curtis, D. D.,
briefly explained the object of the? meeting to
be to petition the Legislature of South Caroli?
na for the formation of anew county from York.
Union and Spartanbarg, and to represent to
the President and Directors of the proposed
Air Line Railroad Company che advantages
offered for the location of said railroad through
this section, on account of its agricultural,
mineral and manufacturing resources; and pre?
dicted that, withrailroad facilities heretofore
denied us, the agriculture of the country would
be greatly improved, a thrifty population pos?
sessed of capital would come among us, the
vast mineral resources of the threo counties
represented here to-day, consisting of iron,
occurring in the form of the highly valued
magnetic oxide lime, gold, capper, leaf, porce?
lain, &c., would be rapidly developed; that the
unrivalled water power of Broad River, at the
Ninety-Nine Islands, now-within our hearing,
would be the scene of vat ied industries, giving
us a market for our produce, greatly enhancing
the value of oar property and beautifying our
country. . _ ^
On motion of Rev. William Curtis, D. D.,
the following resolutions were unanimously
adopted: . ... . _ .
Jtitsowd, That we, tho citizens of lora,
Union and Spartanburg, here assembled, are
in favor of the formation of a new county from
the contiguous portions of York, Union and
Spartanburg, believing that it will greatly con?
tribute to tue speedy administration of justice,
and the general convenience of our people.
Resolved, That a committee of fifteen per?
sons be appointed by the chair to canvass the
territory of tue proposed county to obtain sig?
natured to a petition to be addressed to the
Legislature, asking that tbe new county be
granted, and that said committee be author?
ized to appoint one or more persons to take the
necessary steps to bring the attention of that
body to our claims in this matter.
Under the resolution the chair appointed the
following committee, viz: Rev. William Curtis.
D. D., chairman ; Philip Ray, S. S. Ross, Samuel
Littlejohn, Sr., John Brown, P. 0. Lemmons,
Thomas W. Littlejohn, Captain Frederick G.
Latham, Major M. M. Montgomery, Matthew
Lynn, Charles Petty, William C. Black, Dr. L.
A. Hill, A. Haiden, and Jonathan Moore.
The following resolutions were offered by
William C. Black, Esq., and unanimously
Resolved, That we view the location of the
proposed Air Line Railroad with the deepest
interest, and that we will impart every facility
in our power to aid its progress through our
county, and that we consider it essential to the
development of the agricultural, mineral aud
mannfacturing resources of the same.
Resolved, That a commit tee of . hreo persons
be appointed by this meering to correspond
with General Buford, President of the Air Line
Railroad ?cmpany, and furnish him with all
the necessary information in regard to this sec?
tion, and that this committee be empowered to
call a meeting of the citizens interested at
such tune and place as they may deem expe?
On motion of Dr. L. A. Hill, the following
persons were appointed as such committee,
viz: Hon. Wm. C. Black, chairman; Rev. Wm.
Cm tis, D. D., and Wm. Jeffcries. Esq.
On motion ol Wm. C. Black, Esq., the secre?
tary was requested to send a copy of the pro?
ceedings of this meeting to Tux CHARLESTON
NEWB, Yorkville Enquirer, Carolina Spartan,
ann UnionviUe Times, and request the publica?
tion of tho same.
On motion of Dr. L. A Hill, tho meetincr was
adjourned,[to meet again at Limestone Springs.
8. C., on Saturday, December 5,1859.
WILLIAM JEFFERIES, Chairman.
JOHN G. BLACK, M. D., Secretary.
BREMEN-Per N Q bark Gauss-1 Chest, H Lobse;
. 1 cask Wine, Louis Seel; 4 c?sea and 1 cask Sun ?
. dries, J Haeslo:p; 1 case Merchandiza, 0 Cos?
tens ; 256 casks Beor and 1200 empty Demijohns,
Clarina b Witte; 20 casks Vinegar, Order; 1 box
M ere r. an d ire, C Duensing; ?Ocasos Liquor, SSA
COMB Pipes and 12 casks Potatoes, Bollmann
Bros; 50 cases Liquor and 125 cases Pipes. H
' : .' Bischoff & Co; 2115 cases Pipes, J Campeen & Co,
5 cases Personal Effects, G A Hopley & Co; 2 ca?
ses and 1 Basket, J C O* ermin ; 1 Case, G Loger
man: 1 cask Wine, J Campeen; and 1 case Her?
rings, to G Errman.
MATANZ iS-Per brig John Pierce-103 hhds Molas?
ses, to W P Hall; 300 lunches Bananas and 65,000
Oranges, to the Master.
NEW YOKE-Per steamship 'oilbaetan-1285 bales
Upland and 35 bags Sea. .land Cotton, 112 tierces
Bice, 47 bales Domestics, 60 bundles Paper. 42
pigs Fruit, 63 pkgs Sundries and HO empty Bar?
The Cnv. rles ton Cotton and Rice Market
' OFFICB OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWs, |
. CH-.SXESTON. Saturday Evening, Nov. 28, '69. j
COTTON^-The early inquiry was quite moderate
and tho transactions limited, but as the day ad
vanced the market became more active and closed
steady. 8ales about 700 bales, viz : 5 at 21; J 34 at
21?; 30 a: 22; 17 at 22?; 59 at 22J?; 2 at 22?; 107 at
23; 22 at 23?; 10at 23?; 231 at23?; 2at24;12
prepare! on the Gullett Gin at 24?, and [5 pre?
pared cn the Gullett Gm at 25c $ lb. We quote :
Ordinary to gnod ordinary.21 @22?
Low middling.23 @23?
Strict middling.24 @
The following are the quotations of the two lead?
ing grades by
KEW TOES CLASSIFICATION-:
BICE.-This grain continues in steady request,
but the offering stock was light, and transactioas
restricted to a sale of 64 tierces of good clean Caro?
lina at 7J?c tp lb. We quote common to fair clean
Carolina at 6?a7?c ? lb; good 7?a7?c.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, November 28-Noon.-Consols 94?;
PAEIB, November 28-Noon.-Decrease of bullion
in the Bank of France 7,000.000f.
LIVERPOOL, November 28-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
aaler 10,000bales; Bales of the week 109,000 bales;
exporte V2.0CO ba?ea; spe?xnab?? 13.000 boles; ?tock
on hand 330.000 bale?, whereof 29.000 are American, j
gAVAXA, November 27.-Sugar a little animated
and firm; No. 12, 8a8? leala. Potatoes active at
$3 50. Barns quiet at 16? reals. Flour $12. Ster?
ling 15al5?. Federal currency, long, 32!?a33?;
short, 30a31 discounL Gold, long, 3a4; short GiG?
LONDON November 28-Afternoon.-Consols 94?.
Turpentine 29s. 3d. Tallow 60s. 9d.
LrvaapooL, November 28-Afternoon.-Cotton
quiet; uplands afloat 10?d. Breadstuff's heavy.
Common rosin Cs. Cd.
NEW YOBS, November 2S-Noon.-Cotton opened
a shade lower, but closed steady under late cable
news; sales 2800 bales at 26c. Money cosier at 5aG.
Sterling easier at 9?a9?. Gold firm at 135?al35?,
with soles for the week of $642,000. The treasury
will sell half a million on Monday next, and three
hundred thousand daily the remainder of the week.
Flour a abade better for lew grades; superfine State
$5Ka5tft. Demand for wheat chiefly speculative;
mixed Western $215a217. Mess pork closed lower
and very heavy at $26a27 50. closing at $26. Lard
quiet and unchanged ; kettle 16?al6?c. Groceries
and naval stores quiet. Freights quiet and un?
BALTIMORE. Noven ber 28, P. M.-Flour quiet and
steady, prices unchanged ; Wheat steady; Coin
active-White 96ca$l 01, yellow $110. Oats, rye and
CINCINNATI, November 28.-Flour firm and un
chancel. Corn quiet-new ear 02a(i3c. Whiskey
Arin at 9a Mess pork $22 75*23. Lard dull.
LOOISVILIE. November 28-Core-choice 35a60c;
superfine flour S6 25a$G. Mess i oik $23. Lard 15c.
Baw whiskey 93c.aSl.
WILMINGTON. NovemVer 28.-Spiiits of turpendrc
44. Rosin $1 85a2 50. Turpentine S2a3 10.
SAVANNAH. November 28 -Cottou opea'd quiet
and closed dull with ?ic. decline-middlings 23}?c. ;
sales 20S bales ; rtceipts 1,728 bales.
MOBILE, November 2S.-Cotton-market quiet;
sales 330 bales; midd'inis 28c; receipts 846 bale.
NEW OBLEANS, November 28.-Colt m unchang?
ed and demand light; middlings 23>?a23>ic; sales
3200 bales; receipts 34,006 bales; exports 3404 bales.
Ooldl35>4. Sterlia?-commercial 45?Xa46>4; bank
C,Va7. New Yorlr. eight oiscoun'.
Tbc Liverpool Cotton Market.
LIVERPOOL, November 13.-COTTON-[From tho
Brokers' Circalar.]-Tho demand fore >tton has tall
en off materially; tho market has become dull, and
doses ai a decline of }?\ per lo. .-ea inland his been
in fair request at unchanged prices. American bas
decRoed }?? per lb, having been very freely '.flered,
notwithstanding the smallness ot the stock. Sew
York advices to the 11th instant quote middling 24>?e,
costing to sell ba Liverpool lOJid per lb, by steamer.
Brazil hos been in moderate demand, and pi icos are
about >4'd per lb lowir than last week. With Egyp?
tian the market hos been abundantly supplied, and
the better qualities have been irregular at a declive
ol tully ?jd per lb. The business in East ludia has
been much mo e moderate ol' late, and with a large
quantity offering, prices have declined about ??d per
lb in most qualities.
In America "to arrive" the transactions continue
extensive, and tho latest quotations are-American,
basis of middling : January shipment, from any
American port, 9??d; Now Orleans, November-De?
cember. lOd; Mobile, Octobor-Nov?mbor. lOd per lb.
The solCH of the week amount, to 04 210 bales in
clu ing7680 on speculation, and 14,700 declared for
export, leaving 41,770 bales to the trade. Hie ac?
tual export of Am-rican is not deducted from the
?tock this week, as it was not included in thc stock
declared on thc 5th instant. Friday, November 13:
The sile? to-day amounted to 10,000 bales, including
3000 on speculation and for export, with a dull mar?
ket and pnces rather iu favor (d' buyers.
S <LES OF COTTON FOR WEEK ENDING NOV. 12.
Bales. 5! v. Bales.
290 Sea Island.20 @5G j
30 Ditto Stabled... 10 013 | 440 speculation.
629J UpUn?. 8 @ll)? r
2180 Mobile.8%$11% I 2810 export.
4320 Orleans.8 HlS\ j
4100 Pernam t Par'bl0>??l2?? )
3180 Santos.KK011& I GS0 speculation.
890 Maranham.10W??l3 f 880 export,
3630 BahiaiMaceio. 9}?@l'2? I
3860 Egyptian. 6,';(&23 I 60 speculation.
120 Smyrna, kc.... SJitg/lO ( 250 expoit
650 West India, ic. 9&A19 1 ,A ,
-LaGuayra...... I- M speculation.
590 Peruvian.10>i@12^) 20 e*P?rt
34480 East Indian.... 6 (?10 j 6490 speculation.
- Chios & Japan.- @- f 10800 export.
Pnces declared for fair I T_,... !
quaUty. | Import thia week.
I American. (?296
Upland.11% I Egyptian.73C4
Mobile.UK | West Indies, Atc_ 1284
Orleans.12 '. East Indian.16768
I Total.: 4278 J
The stock cf cotton Ls estiu ated to-day at 495,460
bales, against 628,040 bales last your, thus showing
a decrease of 122,580 bales. There aro in stock
44.110 bales of American, against 117.410; 36,900
bales Brazil, against 69 230; 13,480 bales Egyptian
against 21,1(10. and 306,491 bales East India descrip?
tion? against 298,000 lost year. The quantity of cot?
ton at sea for Great Britain is conapu'ed at 291,000
bales (or 55,000 bales from America and 236,0?0
from East India), against 258.000 bales last year (or
42,000 from America and 21G.000 from East
India), thus exhibiting an increase of 33.000 bales in
the quantity of co'ton at sea compared with last yean.
Compared with the same date last year, the quan?
tity of cotton imported shows an increase of
48.520 bales; tho quantity taken for consumption
an increase of 242,140 hales; the actual export a de?
crease of 162 780 bales; and the quantity taken on
speculation on Increase of 379,780 bale'?. Middling
inland cotton is quoted at lOJJd. again-t 8}?d; mid
1 diing Orleans at 11}? d, against 8>?d; fair Pernnm at
lld, against f^'d; fair Egyptian st ll>?d, against
9lid; and fair Dhollerah Surat at 8>?d, igoinst 6*?d,
at tho tame time in 1867. Compared with last
week's figuroR, the stock or cotton showa a de?
crease of 21,350 bales; and iu the interval thc trade
have taken 41,770 bales and cxporUrs 14,760 bales,
tagether ?6.530 boles. The actual export has been
27,156 Dales, and the import 42,780 bales.
COLUMBIA, November 28.-COTTON-Thcro has
been a fair i usine-s done in cotton during tho pas:
week, on ab.sis o." 23c for middling.. Ihosa'esof
the week have been 447 bales, ss folio' s: 5 at 21 % ;
31r.t llJi; 95 at 22; 25 at 21 99ot22)?; 91 at ?'3;
0 r.t 20-.S ; 7 at 22Jj ; 1 at 23>i ; 33 at 33% ; 28 a 21
2 at 21 31-100; 6 at 21>i ; 45 at 22?? ; 4 ot 21,
WILMINGTON, November 28.-TOUTENTIXE
I- in demand, and price 10 eta higher. Sales of 380
bbls, at S3 10 for sott and $2 for hard. $ 280 lbs
SPIRITS TOBPXNTINE-Market steady, with sales of
241 bb s at 44 cts $ gillon.
Kosrs- Palos ol 551 bbl?, at SI 83 for strained and
No 2, and S2 H0a3 for No 1.
No transactions reported in tar and cottou.
SAVANNAH, November 27.-Our market since
Hie lost issue bas shown great activit?, the largest
sales of the season, and con-equontly enhanced
prices under European and New york accounts of
Liverpool gradually advancing to llj^d, and New
York to 2j%3, and we closed on Wednesday on the
basis of 21.^0 for mi Ulliug. Yesterday being Thanks?
giving little was done. J o-day, in the absence ol'
cable news, wo opened quiet, but some little in?
quiry has since sprung up, and factors showing
iLore disposition to accept offered rites, have in
duced ? tatr business on the bisis of 21e for mid?
dling. We quote: Middling 24c, lew middling 23 i^c,
good ordinal y 22,l?c 9 lb.
crop advices oro stiR imDroving and our New
Orleans correspondent ot last Saturday does not
speak ol'any weather iroro severo tann white fiost,
and all concedo tho fact of a very heavy >ield iu
Tr xas and the Mississippi Valley from Mom phis
down. No estimates of the total crop from New
Oilcans run bel w 2,700.0(10. and there seems amore
general disposition to incrco>o Cg mes even from
Mobile, whose ideas were quite as small as ours two
REMAKES.-Notwithstanding increase in receipts
and export.-, threat, ned short time iu Lancashire,
and rate ol' interest having been raised, Liverpool
still presents a firm front with cotton ai Inst report
tending upward. Lttter.s written thirteen days ago,
por Ku-sio, via New Tork, were received boro io-day,
and the tenor of their advices is very conflicting; I ut
it is couti loutly expected that tho supply of East In?
dian Cotton will be well nigh exhausted by 12*.h
February, ono mouth earlier than last season, und
that they will have to depend upon i cyptand Brazil's
reported increase of production, not so great as pre?
We ?ire theieforo confirmed in our former state?
ments that the public nitud is becoming more decid?
ed upon lhere being, as hcretoloro. ibis soasou, a
sort of two eeut cqui'ibrium ot pnces, say irotn 22c
to 24 cLs uutil future devolopmmis detcunme the
effie: of an a .-cuni.nation of stock, and some months
must elapse cte we cm expect it, so ra;id aud enor?
mous is thc present rate of consumption all over tho
Receipts this week herc ore about 12,500 bales, and
we anticipate lion oui-taules ol' those at New Or?
leans, Mobiio and Charleston, that we 'hall aoout
compare in total foi 'his week with tho same week
last j ear, say S3.000 bale. The overland shipments
may i ocrea c the uguro-s, as wo note htavy buying
in Memphis foi shipment direct to the mills and Hew
Yore, which c innot even be estimate 1.
Sales tor tho week 8.'51 boles.
The receipts for thc week have been 612 bales seo
island, and 11,8.11 bules upton 1B, against 234 boles
ECO Island aud 21,774 biles uplands some period lost
year. The exports have been-To Havre, per ship
Mayflower, 15 ba en sea islands and 3175 bales up?
lands; coastwise 263 boles - ea islands and 6463 boles
uplands. Total 27* boles seo isl inls a id 9638 boles
uplards against 68 bales sea islands and 15,691 boles
uplands corresponding week lost year, cf this
amount 45 bales seo island and 5 boles uplands havo
been "through" cotton to Charleston.
SEA ?BLANDS-The receipts of long staple colton
during the past week amount to 612 bags, of which
250 were from FloriJa, by boat, and 362 from the
islands and by thc Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, and of |
t' ese 228 were Florida cottons. The shipments h ive
been 278 bags to Europe the North and "through" to
There has also been received a considerate amour t
of seed colton by the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad,
which it has been supposed wa? included in the re?
ceipts Although previously satisfied ol the correct?
ness of our report, we have been at pains lo inquire
into the truth oi this supposition, auu wc have again
received au official s oi< ment irora thc depot that
the seed cottons are not included in the reports fur?
'the transactions of 'he pa6t week have been mode?
rate. prinoipa'Iy of the common aud mediana grades
and for Northern account. Tho wide margin be?
tween the views of buyers on Liverpool ordets ?nd
sellers still exists, and we near of no sales f r English
ac ounL. The fi gures that have been a'ready pre?
sented, added to the stock on hind m Liverpool,
appear to confirm buyers in their present offerings,
wnile belltrs ire equally firm in r.-lusing to make
further concessions; meanwhile the slock is accumu?
lating, and receipts continue large. Qu nations are
unchanged, and we renew : common, 50aGOc;
medium, 70a75e; fine Florida. 80a83c.
RICE-The receipts Cns week have been 30,185
bushels. Receipts for the season 123.G17 bushels.
The market is dull owing to heavy receipts. Large
quantities of rough is offered at $1 85a2. Interior
ronyh wofindto be very irr gular, at prices ranging
from 51 50al 75. Clean Carolina is dull, with little
but local demand. We quote 7*?a8.\
HALT-Is in good demand; bolders of cargoes are
asking $1 65, selling by ear load St 65.
Consignees per south; Caronna. Kailroud
738 bal?s Cotton, Gi boles Domestics, 562 bushels
Grain, bC biles Hay, o9 cars Clay, 8 oars Wood. 3 cars
Luret,' r, and 2 cars stock. To Itoilrood Agen?, J lt
P ingle, G H Iugraham & Son, ti W Williams & Co,
Ward aw & Carew, i hnrston & Holme s. Whim &
Chisohn, L D Desaussure, Johnston, Crews & Co,
Kirkpatrick ft Witte, W W Smith, Prfzer, Rodgers &
CO, Reeder & Dans, J G MUnor & Co. G H Waiter &
Co, J A Enslow & Co, FC Mey. G W clark 4 Co, W
K Ryan, Goldsmith ft Son, J K Vance, J B E Sloan,
W B Williams, Claphorn, Herring * Co, w c Dukes
& Co, Cohen, Hanckel ftJCo. E J Wiss, C S Avetill, S
L Howard & Bro, and Welch k Brandes.
Consignees p?r S ort: teas tera Railroad
263 bales Upland and 7 bales Sealsland Cotton, 192
bbls Naval Stores, 250 bushels Rough Rice, 73 bales
Ha -, Peas, Lumber, Mdze, ftc. To Reeder k Davis,
Gaillard k Minott, Frost k Adgcr, H Bischoff & Cc,
G W Williams & Co, G W ( laik k Co, G n Walter k
Co, Mazycks k Salters. Graeeer, Lee, Smith & Co, S
D Stoney, J Marshall, Jr, W C Bee i Co, G E Pratch?
ett. Shackelford & Kelly. A Johston & Co. BF Sim?
mons, T D Dot'ercr, C W Seignious, W C Courtney k
Co, P B Bacot, Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.Caldwell & Son,
B O'Neill, W C Bee k Co, L Cohen A Co, W K Ryan,
Mowry & Co, Raveuol k Co. Scroven & Nisbet, Clag
horn. Herring & Co, A B Jarvis, Nachman k Co, J
Schirnicr, U S Government, Railroad Agent, and Or?
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-J Archer,
Miss G Ford, H U Hudgdon. Mrs M Muller und five
children, B Moiiroe and W Bell,
Per steamship Virgo, from New York-Geo Saun?
ders, E Huntley, C J Parsons. J W Pi' kering, J Dun?
lap. A Loyd?-] and C D Plodger.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs S S Solomons
and child. Mrs Solomous ?md 2 children, Miss Solo?
mons and servant, J Livinshon, Rev lt M Perry. Wm
H Bronzou, W McIntyre, Miss Matheson, Mrs Jones,
M Downey, Jlr* Horston. W C Bee, AV W Neman,
W E Lewis, C H Voit, J W Munamaker. C A Larcn
don, W X Checvee. S M Love. J N Moore. B S Mc?
Kay, Mrs Potter, Spanish Consul. Mrs Dr Rector and
servant, Maj Aulden and sister, Mr Fen is, Mrs Capt
Buckley, J Templeton and Troupe, Mr La l mor, Mr
Miller, and 16 on deck.
Per steamer St Helena.from Edisto and Rockville
Mrs T M Baker. J Wlmley. M Wbaley. A E Mikell, J
C Maloncc, G W Waterman, F Reed, I S K I onnett.
Captain H L Farley and boy, W P dinden, J Wright,
and 22 on deck.
rn.tsEs or run MOON.
Last Quarter. Tib, 8 hours, 39 minutes, morning.
New Moon, lltli, Shouts. 47 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 22.1. 1 hour, 38 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 29th, 7 hours. 52 minutes, evening.
30|Mouday....l C..45 j 4. .52 > ".. 3 I 7..39
ll Tuesday.... I 0 .IO 4.. 52 I 6..4S morn.
2|Wcdaesday.| 6..47 | 4..52 I 7..43 | 9..11
SiTunrsdav..., G..48 ? 4..51 | 9..51 10.. 2
4|Friday. 6..49 I 4..51 | 9..67 : 10..54
SjSaturday... C..50 4..51 I ll.. 1 I ll..61
G'Suudav.! G..C1 I 4..51 | mor.i. jl?..49
?11 ? ri RC llcius.
Port of Charleston, Nov'ber 30
Bi ig John Pierce, Melville, Matanzas, IC divs. Mo'
lasses and Fruit. To J A Enslow k Co, W P Hal1
and the Master. The J P experienced nervy north?
Sehr Lath Rich. Padd ck, Boston. C days. Mdfe.
To G W Clark A Co, and others.
Sloop Ellen, Gradick. foppet River. 1C70 bushels
Rough Rice. To F G Cart
Boat from James Island. G bags Sea I-land Cot?
ton. To Fraser k Dill
Boat from John's ls and. G bags Sea Island Colton.
To fraser ft D?1L
Steamer Georg a. Smith, Fernandina, Fia. To J D
Aiken & Co.
Steamship Virgo. Bulkley, New York-left Thurs?
day, P M. Mdze. To Raveoel k Co. Railroad Agent,
J Apple, J B P Alley, Adams Express Co. T M Bris?
toll. Bollmann Bro>, C D Brahe k Co. E Bates k Co,
U H Brown, T Campbell, L Coben k Co. Cimeron,
BorkLy&Co, Dovrio ft Moise. J B Duvul k Son, P
Darcy. H Daly, A W EcAcl & Co, P J Esuard. r'ogar
tio's Bookstore, W Gurney, Groniug k Co. Goodrich,
Wincman k i'o, N A Hunt, F Horsey k Co, A John?
son A: Co, Je tl tr is & Co, Johnston, Crews k Co, Mc
Loy k Rice, O E k A S Johnston, C Kerrison, Kins?
man Bro, H Klatte & Co, KUn-k, Wickenberg k Co.
C H Hillen, Laut'cy k Alexander. G A Loe rc k Co, J
G Miljor A: lio, R L Morello. C. C MeKinucy. S II
Marshall, J B MoElho'e, Dr A G Mackey, D O'Neill
Son, D Paul ft Co, H T Peake, J A Quackeubuah,
Raoul k Lynah, G W Steffens k Co, Straus* k Vance,
D Aiken k Co. J F Taylor k Co, F Von Santen, J
Whey ft Co, W L Webb, P Walsh, Walker, Evans ft
Cogswe'l. H P Walker, W J Yates. W O Wbiiden *
Co, Johu Toomey, W Steele and othors. On tbe 28th,
off Cape Lookout, passed tho bri;; Robt Dillon, from
Charleston for New York.
North German bark tiauss. Wciting, Bremen, sail
ed Oct .ber 4. Mdze. and 3L'0 passenger! To G A
Hop'.cy ft Co, Clacks ft Witto, Order, C Duonsing.
Bo!lman*i Bro?, U Bischoff ft Co, J Campsen ft Co, J
C O.terman. G Logerman, G Erkman, C eastons, L
aeei, HL';h?e, JKilghtlm?;'. abc Gaius w s bound
to Bal tim -.to, to ?and part of Lcr passengers, but the
captain, second mate and several seamen being sick,
with but ona officer to take charge of tbs vc sd, and
having been blown to lbs southward, was compelled
to come direct to this city. Tho Gauss Ins expe?
rienced heavy giles on the passage, and the following
deaths took place: Christian Braun, child, died Octo?
ber 0; E A Uicknaun, child, dltd October ll; A M
Schlossnagel, child. died October 16; WBeenken,
seaman, 18 years old, native of Bremen, fell over?
board, October 23, aud was los:; Chri-leu Christo
sen, s. aman, 10 yean old, died November 2; M C L
Christ Hers, 19 years old. passengir, died November
14; Johann Oldman, passenger, 19 wan old, died
November 19; Gustave Jaukse, child, died Noveui
Sehr Palmetto, Power. Combahce. 21(0 bushels I 1
Hough Ric. To W C Bec ft Co.
Sehr Olive Branch Hahn. Santco. 808 bushels
Rough Rice. To W C BUP ft t o.
Stcimer Dictator, Willey, Palatka via Jackson
ville, Fernandina and savannah. G3 laics Cotton,
38 bbls and 110 boxes Oranges, 1 b I .viup, 3 bbls
Baik. S bundle-Bides, 500 sacks Salt, 9 Horses, 25
bbls Bacon and 2 bbls Liquor. 'To J D Aiken ft Co,
Piuckney Bros. W M Law on, G H lu-rrauain ft Sou,
Welch k Brandea, J C Ludwig, Kii fcpalrick ft Witto,
FrazT&Dill, Po zer, Rodgers ft Co, H Bischoff ft
Co, Botmann B os, J F O'neill ft son. A Lingir. J H
Togni, b F Whilden, J Whilst 1, A V Winans. 1 Mur
phy. McDuff Cohen, A Johnson ft Co, J Mchrtens,
L F Rob( rtson, Jeffords ft Co, G W William < ft Co, I ?
T J Kerr ft Co, I L Fdk ft Co, Order, aud Dr P Boc
Steamer Isa;c P Smith. Simons, lavannah via
Beaufort, s C. Bound lo New york a.cl put in fora
? Steamer St Helena, Rumley, rdioto and Rockville.
63 bags fa Island Co ton. 290 b^s Cotton teed, 10
ba;-s Potatoes and Sundaes, 'io John H Murray,
Ravei el ft Go, Roper ft Stocey, Cot Wnal-y, J Col
cock ft Co, E E Bedford, T Baker ft t o. Wm Guruc r,
Fraser ft DUI, G U Iloppock, W C Bee ic Co. und
Stoanif r Marir-n. Foster. Santen. 143 bales Cotton,
ICC bbls Rosin 2.) bbls Spirits Turpentine, 1200 bush?
els Rough Rico and Suudtl s. To John Feigu'on,
Wmuurary, Holme?, Watte'c Keitt, wc Dukes ft
Co, J B Prissie, S rc>->n ft Nesbit. W K Ryan, J M
Caldwell fr Son, Frost A Adgcr, Gr?ser, Lee, Smith
ft ito, Ti lzer, Rolgein k Co, Boeder ft Dat is, G H
Walter ft "o, W W Smith, J Harsba'l, L schuell, TC
Harl-ston, W ? Bee ft Co, li S Vonni eg. J A Smith.
Dr J Caldwell, G W Dingle, Wage uer ft MOU.-CIH, ami
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-J A
Adgor ft Co.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Now ?o.-k.
British brig Cardigan, Kelly, a Port in the United
From this Port.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York. Nov 26
Up for this Port.
Sehr Wm G Dearborn. Scull, at Philadelphia, Nov 25
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr W H Jones, Lines, at Philadelphia, Nov 25.
The British steam s li ip Camilla, Peace, from Messi?
na aDd Palermo, arrived at New York J h ur-day, No?
vember 26. [the above vessel is probably tho Ca?
milla advertised in our columns for Liverpool, by
Messrs R Mure ft Co, and may be expected herc in
a few days ]
The b: ig P Larrabce, from Georgetown, S C. for
Boston, put into Lewes, Del, November 23.
Thc sehr Vraie, Manson, cleared at New York, No?
vember 25, for Georgetown, S C.
The Fchr Charle; A Janes, Reuben, from George?
town, S C. for Boston, put into Holmes' Hole, No?
Shipnews by Telegraph.
NEW YORK, November 29.-Arrived-Flag, George
Washington, Lidona, Zodiac, Gen Grant, Thames
and Gen Barnes.
MST OK VK?iSKLS
OJ'. CLEARED AS D SAILED FOR THIS PO Ai
The Agra, Fillmore, sailed.Oct 29
The Monutquash, Murray, sailed.Oct 8
British bhip Gorilla, Jones, sailed.< 'ct 28
The Kamma Fuuder, Krogh, saiie'l.Nov ?
Ship Richart the ihird. Wood, M?^d.Nov 8
Sehr Muscongus, Groves, sailed.Nov ll
Ship Grahams Poll, y, Burgess, sailed.Oct 28
The Jone, Carson, sailed.Oct 21
The Harkaway, Horton, sailed.Oct 21
BARACOA. I ]
Sehr Azelda ft T.r.ura, -. up. Nov 10 ] j
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, np.Nov 15
Sehr L Rich, Paddock, cleared.. Nov 15
Brig Robt Dillon, Blatchlord, cleared.Nev 23
Brig Eva N Johnson, Johnson, cleared.Nov 21
lichr N W Smith, Tookor. up..Nov 23
Sehr Amos Edwards, somers, up.Nov 17
Sehr W G Dearborn, Scull, up.Nov 2j
Cloding an) /arnisi)ing ?0005.
ESTABLISHED IN 1843.
D. E. & A. S. JOHNSON,
Seat's Youths' and F.eedpien's
AT THE OLE STAND,
Yo. 315 King- t., Opposite Socicty-St.
WE ARE PREPARED FROM THIS DATE TO
Dffer our usual FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
of our own selcctior, and manufactured by our?
selves in Charleston.
As regards quality and style, we are confident our
3000s ?ill compare favorably in every respect with
any House ba the Southern Country, both for cheap?
ness and durability. We have a's 3 a large stock of
Men's Furnishing Goods in Store.
To our friends and fora er patrons, and to the
Trade in general, we extend a cordial invitation to
examine our Stock, and solicit their orders.
SATINET PANTS.$2 00 to $ 4 00
COLO lt ED CASSIMERE PANTS.4 00 to 10 00
BLACK SATINET PANTS.3 00 to 4 50
BLACK CASSI.MERE PANTS... .5 00 to 10 00
LOFS PANTS.2 00 to 5 00
BOY'S SUITS.5 00 to 12 00
COLORED SATINET SACKS... 5 00 to 10 00
COLORED CASSIMERE SACKS 8 00 to IC 00
BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS.7 00 to 28 00
COLORED CASS1MERE VESTS. 2 00 to C 00
OVERCOATS AND SACKS. .8 00 to 20 03
Thc Genuine Si AR BRAND SHIRT always on
DRAWERS OF ALL GRADES, SI 50 to $3.
MERINO SHIRTS, $1 00 to $2 00.
Our terms are CASH, or city acceptance.
November 28 imo
?jyj-IS? K. A. MUtlTLASID.
No. 308 KING-STREET,
FULLY inform the
Ladies that she has
opened a handsome
FALL AND WINTIR MILLINERY.
ORK SS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wirri limos
CORNER KING AND MARKET BTS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLO JGH AND NAYLOR'S CAST STEEL.
insisting of POTS, OVENS, SPIDLRS'.md EXTRA
CIRCULARS, CROSS CUTANDMILX SAWS
MILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
AND A VABICT7 OF
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. S.-Descriptive Catalogues can bc had on ap?
plication. fmw3mos Die November 27
BOUCHE FUS & CO.'S
For sale by ?il leading Grocers and Wine Mei chants.
N. D.-THESE WIVES HAVE! ALWAYS ENJOYED
A HIGH REPUTATION in Charleston aud o ber
Southon cities, and arc in every rc?pect of the first
class mwf.'nio November 23
FLUTING! FLUTING I FLUTING!
FLUTING DONE O N VERY RE \SONABLE
terra?, and In thc highest style of art on all
Dress and Light Goods, Muslins, tte., by on expe?
DRESSES in thc latest Northern style made to or?
der and prompt attention civen. Apply in MA
ZYCK-3TR?.ET, oppesitc Short.
November 25 wfmC
?) ?r TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, DIRECT FROM
+dt) the agent, warranted pure, for sale at market
rates, with a libe al discount in lou; cf five tons or
more. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
J^OKTII, STEELE & AVAR DELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
'STA HONER Y. PERFUMER Y, C UTLER Y,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, ?c., kc,
No. 107 Meeting-street.
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jn. New York.
Septen ber 15 3raoo
Qi J. SCI1LEPEGRELL.
No. 37 LTNF-STRFET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
3UI?.1JING MATERIAL. LIME and PI ASTER
?KG LATHS. PAINTS.OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
dso. GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, &c., eon
?tantly on band ut thc lowest market prices.
Sep: ember 12 _nathsivr
EOS ADA LIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sole by Druggists Everywber
July iii rac 1; t
4 3 7 1
QHTtAP DRY GOODS ! CHEAP DRY
CORNER VF CALHOUN ANT) KING STREETS.
WE, THE TTKDE RSIGNED, H.WE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
tic CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered in ibis market. City LB well as country buy?
ers can pave from fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods from tbe above firm.
A lot of Dress Goods, from 20 to 26 cents per yard
Best Irish Poplin*, from 30 to 50 cents per yard
Calicoes, at 10,12Ji ind IS cents per yard (besti
Balmoral Skirts, from SI 25 np
B-t White Table Damask, only $1 per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only CO cents per ) ard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 25 up
A large assortment ol White and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will be sold from $3 np
Colored Quilts, from SI 75 to S2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1,11-4.12-4, from 82 50
Ladies'English Hose, without seam?, from 37 to 50
Satinets, from 50 to 75 cents
A larg* qantt'.y ol the UCest style of Cossimerei-, from
SI to SI 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from S2 to $3 50
A variety ol Shaw s, at S2, $2 50, S3, S3 50. $4, and S5
Brown and White >^irliP2. at 10, 12,'i aud 15 cents
Also, fine branches of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gert's Underwear at different prices
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
The oost French Corsets, from 75 cents to SI
The latest style <jf Felt o id Straw Huts
Trimmings, Buttous, Ribbons, ??c., at thc lowest cash
Choice colors Empress Cloth, only 83c
Shepherd's Piaid from 20 to 25c
Merinos from Sue up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from 53.00 up
Ladies and Men's Rid Gloves only St.LO
JttS-Remember the CHEAP STORE, at thc
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING SIREETS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that wc have built an addition to
oar blore, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOE-t, HATS,
TRUNKS, fcc., which will be sold at thc lowest cash
Call and examine our Stock.
ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STREET.
FURCIIGOTT ?Sf BRO.,
No. 137 KING'-sTREET.
September 21 3mo
Fall and Winier Dry Goods.
TO BK SOLD CHEAP,
WHITE AND GRAY.
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER,
No. 420 Ring-street.
WHIIE. RED, GRAY AND BLUE. ALL WOOL
FLANNELS from 25c. up.
CLOTH AND CASSIJIIERES.
Superfine BLACK CLOTH, suitable for Cloaks,
SI 50 per yard.
GOUDKOP iV. BEUTHNER.
November 9 mwflmo
DRY GOODS ! DRV G00BS?
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 King-street,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY DRAW THE
attention of the public lo their varied stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
coxsiSTixa OF :
IRISH POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AL?
PACAS, French Merinos, DoBages, Melanges,
Black and Colored Silks, Bombazines, Boule?
vard and Balmoral Skirts, Chincbill.v Cloak
ings, Ladies' Cloaks and Sacques, and a very
large assortment of KID GLOVES, of tbe most
celebrated brands, for Ladies, Gent's and Chil?
Wo have also the DUCHESS GLOVES for
evening wear, of very fino quality and rea?
FRINGES, GIMPS, VELVET AND DRESS
BUTTONS, of every color and Btv lc, with
many other DRESS and CL.OAK TRIMMINGS
too Humorous to mention.
Our stock of Ladieo' fashionable HATS, and
TAFFETA and SATIN RIBBONS is very large
and well assorted.
Wo have LONGCLO ["HS, Calicoes, Sheet?
ings, Ginghams, and all other Cotton Goods
belongintr to our lino at tho lowost market price.
Wc call particular attention to our large
stock of FLANNELS, in Opera-, Welsh. Dornet
and all-Wool; also, a good stock cf BLAN?
KETS, and Squire and Lone Shawls.
WOOL and COTTON HOSIERY, of every
prade aud price, for Ladies, Gents, Boys and
CLOTHS. Cassinicrcs, Doeskins, Satinets,
Kentucky Jeans, Keraeya and Vestings, for
Meu'a aud Boy's wear.
Our ENTIRE STOCK has been bought at
Ibo recent decline of pi ices for cash, and groat
bargains are confldeatly guaranteed.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN k CO.,
No. 348 Kl.\G-STREET.
BETWEEN DA5EL AND MARKET STS.
November 23 mwtltco
Q II E A P
JUST OPENED AT
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 287 AND 289 KING-STREET.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS,
PREVIOUS TO REMOVING TO OUR SPA?
Nc. 270 liitis and No. 67 Hasel
WE WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK, WHICH
is complete iu every department, and pur?
chased for cash at tho late
AUCTIONS ANO BANKRUPT SALES IN
At less than gold c Jst of manu fa-: tare or ?mporia
Speciul attention is called lo sn invoice of
INGRAIN AND DUTCH HEMP CAR?
Which will be sold low tc close consignments.
We respect folly and confidently ir vite country
morchauta and our ounlry and city friends to ex?
amine our stock before purchajiug elsewhere. A
larne saving guaranteed.
McLOY & RICE,
No. 268 KING-STREET,ONE DOOR BE?
LOW IIA SEL.STREET,
November 10 Imo
KLINCK, WICKENBERG & CO.
Have Just Received and Offer for Sale,
PICKLES AND SAUCES.
FROM CROSS k BLACKWi LL. LONDON.
PICCALILLI, MIXED PICKLE?, PICKLED WAL?
Whito Onions, Chow-Chow, Gherkins
Walnut and Mushroom Catsups-pints and half-pints
Sir Kort. Peel, Rea Tns, Harvey, John Bull
Boyal Osborn, India Soy, Beefsteak t-auce
Rest Durham Mustard, in bottles
Coleman's Pr?mium Mustard, in tins
Currie Powder, Worcestershire Sauce
Strasburg Meat, Anchovy and Herring Paste
Bordeaux, Spanish and Verdalles Olives.
J. k F. MARTEL', O TARI?. DUPUY i CO., AND
VINEYARD PROPRIETOR'S COGNAC,
COU DIA LS.
Ros?. Anissettc, Noyaux
Parfait Amour, raspberry. Vanilla
Bookers Bitters, Ho'tctter's Bitters
Leslie's Gorman Bitters, Vermouth.
NOIET'S IMPERIAL EAGLE GIN, SCHIEDAM
JAMAIC A RUM, ST. CROIX RUM.
RLENLEVIT, CABINET, FAMILY
Bourbon, Pure Old Rye and Corn.
WELCH BROTHERS' SOUTH SIDE
AMONTILLADO, CABINET, Otoroso, Golden, Super
Pale, Table-i'rom Barmony k Garvey.
COCKSBURN'S PURE PORT
Rojal Oporto Company's and Burgundy-.
H. JOHNSTON'S MKDO'J and ST. JULIEN
Brandcnb-rg Freres Margeaux, PaniUac.
Geist nlicimer, Deidesheimer.
VIN IMPERIAL GREEN SEAL 1 Quarts and
Piper's Beideieck J pints.
ALE AND PORTER.
BAS-.' AND ALLSOP'S PALE Al E
R. Younger'H and Jeffrey's Strong Alo
Hilbert's und Edmonds' Brown stout.
PATE D' FuIES D'OIE. TRUFFLES. MUSHROOMS
Asparagus, ixrra Oreen Peas, Green Corn
Tomatoes, P ache?, Pineapple
Strawberries, Sardiues, Salmon
Lobster, oysters, From Mackerel
Roa?t Boef, Veal. Mutton
Condensed Milk, Essence of Bcof
Preston and Merrill's and Pioneer Yeast Powders.
PRESERVES AND JELLIES.
Apricots, Mari bells. E. I. Ginger
Currant, Apple and Guava Jellies
FAMILY. EXTRA AND No. 1 SOAPS
Toilet toap of every variety.
100 PACKAGES CHOICE TEAS.
Finest Hyson. Young Hyson, 1 Fi?c.it Movuce and
Gunpowder, Imperial J Nankin*
EngPsh Breakfast. Souc'aoug
English Break! i ht. Congou
Oolong, uncolored Japan
Pccco Mixture, particularly ?no.
MOCHA, GOVERNMENT JAVA
Madras, Ceylon, Laguajra
Rio, St. Domingo.
LOAF, CUT LO VF, POWDERED, GRANULATED
Extra C Coffee. Porto Rico, Mu jcovado.
EXTRA FAMILY, EXTRA AND SUPERFINE
Dark and Light Buckwheat
Heckcr's Serf-raising Flour
Scotch Oat Meal, Corn Starch, Farlnx
! ALBERT (FROM SCOTLAND)
. BENl'.s WATER AND BUTTER
, Cream, treated and Lemon, (from Kentucky)
j Trenton, Wine, Exton, Butter and Oyster.
; LAYi?R RAISIN?, in whole, half and quarter boxes
. Currants, Turkish Prunes
j Fren ch Imperial Piums, in jars and Una
I Almonds, Citron, Pecan Nuts.
SWEDISH SPICED HERRINGS
Dutch Herrings. Smoked Bloaters
Smoked Hen inge, Codfish
MePS and Bay No. 1 Mackere1, in haUand quarter
bbls, kits and half kits
No. 1 Salmon, in kits and half mts.
DUFFIELDS AND DAVIS' CHOICE HAMS
? Bicakfast Bacon, Sugar-cured shoulders
Smokca Beef, Smoked longues
Fulton Market Beef, in half and quarter bbls.
IMITATION ENGLISH, PINEAPPLE, EDAM
Sap Sago, English Dairy, State Dairy.
BUTTER AND LARD.
CHOICE ORANGE COUNTY BUTTER
Pure Lt af Lard.
COX SPARKLING GELVTINE, COOPEE'S AND
FRENCH GEL A UNE
American and Russian Isinglas1, Saltpotrc
Italian Maccaroni and Vermicelli
Bordeaux and Italian Salad OB
Bermuda Arrowroot, Tapioca
Sago, Mizina. Lcntcls
Split Peas, White Beans
English Table Salt, Pearl Barley
Carroway and Mustard Seed, B. C. Soda
Day k Martin aud Mason's Blacking. v
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES.
FINE:-! SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP
Amber Sugar Drippings
Pcrto Rico, Muscovado and Cuba Molasses.
?brow is TO??B OI?^ISTOB.
TO THE?CITIZENS AMI PUBLIC GENERALLY ?
HAVING RECEIVED BY RECENT ARRIVALS THa LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ASSORT?
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET,
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO .-UPPI Y ANY DEMAND THAT MAY BE MADE UPON US FOR ANY
of the above named Goods, at prices that cannot be competed with by auy establishment in this etty,
lhc following is a partial list of c-^r prices :
COLORED SATIN ET.$3 to 5 00
FIN 13 ALL-WOOLOASSlMERE.... C to 14 00
FINE BLACK CLOTH AND CASSI?
MERE.0 to 13 00
BLACK CLO Ml FROCK COATS,
GOOD QUALITY.$12 00
F NE QUALITY. 15 00
SUPERFINE. 20 to 25 00
' OVER SACKS.
ALL-WOOL TWEED. $7 00
BLACK UNION CASSI1LEKE..7 00
BLACK PETERSHAM.ll 00 !
FINE BLACK BEAVER. 1.1 to 20 00 1
EXTRA FINE ELxlCK BEAVER.. .2-3 to 30 00 |
In addition to tho above named i.rlioles, we Invo on hand a large lot of ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE
?A^KS ANW WALKING COATS, sltghtlv so^o ?, which wo will sell at 37 OOeach, wort* double ; also, a
iar.-elot of COLORED CASHMERE PANTS, at Si OJ each ; aUo, a large a-sortment of FURNISHING
GoOD -, all nov. wliisb wo will Pel atc JIT* apo dingly low prices.
Plecso giv ? us a call, and examine for yourselves, at om old stand, where we have boen located for over
GEOEGE LITTLE & CO.,
NO. 218 KING-STREET, BELOW MARKET.
150 Fa IRS FANCY SATINET.$ 1 25
103 PAIRS FANCY SATINET. 2 00
100 PAIRS BLACK AND COLORED
UNION C\SS1UERE.3 00
FANCY CASSI ME UR.4. 5 and COO
FINE FANCY CASSIMEItE. 7 00
EXTRA FINE FANCY CASSIMEItE.8 00
BLACK DOESKIN CASSIMEItE 5. 0 and 7 00
EXTRA FINE BLACK DOESKIN
j FINE BLACK BEAVER,. 9 00
FANCY CASSIMERE. $125 to 2 OG
ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE.. 2, 250. 3 and 3 50
BLACK CLOTH and CAS'SIMEKE 3,1 and 5 00
OR MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
AT E. SCOTT'S,
Meeting-street, opposite Market Hall, mid-r the
STAR SHIRT SIGN.