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? ? W S S TJ M M A K Y
_Gold closed yesterday at 35?.
-Cotton in New York was a shade firmer
and closed quiet, with sales of 1800 bales, at
-Io Liverpool cotton closed dull and un?
changed, with eales of 10,000 bales.
.,- Senator Sumneris mentioned as tho pro?
bable successor to Seward, and also to Rever
ayJobnaon in England, bat Sumner himself
declares ne will not accept oither position.
Tho New Orleans etreet car companies are so
bothered with counterfeit nickels that they
ofter $1000 reward for the capture of tho3e who
-In tbiB week's number of Every Saturday,
Ur. Charles Dickens commences a series of
papers entitled ''New Uncommercial Samples."
Tho first paper will be a description of his voy?
age in the Russias, last spring, and is very en?
-The Albany Argus estimates that the two
trials of George W. Cole have cost fifty thou?
sand doUars, which waa paid by his brother,
Senator Cole, of California. It is said that
General Cole will go into business in Cali?
-Attorney-General Evarts on Thursday
afternoon made tho closing argument in the
legal tender case before tho Bnpreme Court,
and the court'new has thc matter under ad?
visement A decision is not expected for s jmc
_"It ia now wctl understood ?D well inform?
ed circles," writes the Washington correspon?
den-: of tho New York World, -'that HOD. E. B.
Washburno is to bo Secretary of the Treasury
in General Grant's CabiueL This is the only
Cabinet appointment decided upon, bat upon
this you may rely."
-Menard, the negro member of Congress
elect from Louisiana, complains of cool treat?
ment and indifference to his interests on the
part of his Radical brethren in Congress, and
especially docs he find fault with neglect on
tho part of Louisiana Radicals. Tho probabil?
ity is that i u no event will he obtain a seat in
-During the reign of slush in New York,
"dammies" did a good business on horse-cars,
securing seats at the beginning of the route
and selling them oat at a-premium down town.
One of those chaps was beard to say that he
had sold his seat . three times for fiPy cents
each, and ho would hold on to it next timo
until be got a dollar.
-Parties from Salt Lake City report that
the grading of the Central Pacific Railway has
beon completed ono hundred and ten miles
weat of that phtc e. The remaining eighty
milos to tho end of the track will be graded In
thriV^ WO?ia X?laUampiinn tn Uia laying a?
the track' "has ocoutred thoa far, and none is
expected^ during the winter until the road
reaches tho Wassach Mountain, east of Salt
-Whilo the silk worm is dying ont in the
old world it is flourishing in the new. The
result of the wonderful climate of oar Pacific
coast is that the best worms and most healthy
eggs are produced there that can be found
anywhere in the world. Orders to the Cali?
fornia silk-growers have reached them from
Prance and Italy for all the eggs they can pro?
duce for. years to como at $4. per ounce, Each
ounce containi ag 40,000 eggs. The California
Legislature has sought to encourage this
valuable interest by offering a premium of $250
for cultivating 5000 mulberry trees for' silk
culture, and $300 for every one hundred thous?
and silk cocoons, produced in good merchant?
-The story about the importation into Tex?
as, and sale of coolies, was a joke. The cool
i es in question was simply cast iron figures,
designed tor segar, tea, tobacco and grocery
stores. Several Radical papers were thrown
into fite by tho report, bat are rapidly recover
Lng. The Philadelphia North American thus
-went off tho handle: "The worse feature in
" the affair is that two-thirds of these unhappy
Chinese axe- females, some of them beautiful
Uf coarse they wero bought in China on spoon
lation and sent to Texas to seek a market, just
as the same kind of live stock of a different
race used to be s eat to Ne w Orleans. This -dc
velopment is nothing new in regard to tho
Chinese coolie trade, except in so far as tho
importation of women goes. This is a novel?
-The New York swindlers have invented a
new method of doing business, the modus ope
randi of which is thus detailed: "Some few
days ago an elegantly dressed lady, accompa?
nied by a well dressed gentleman, entered the
store of a prominent jeweller and asked to be
shown some diamonds. A costly tray was
handed them by the gentlemanly and obliging
clerk, and as they were examining and 'choos?
ing, comparing and rejecting,' the clerk's at
teotion was attracted by the entrance of a man
who beckoned him cautiously aside, and show
ing a star concealed beneath his coat, in?
formed the clerk that he was an officer, and that
he had been watching the couple at the counter
for some time. He advised the clerk not
to interfere with them, bat show them what
they asked for, and if they attempted to secret
anything he would arrest them. The clerk
soon noticed that the suspected couple quietly
stowed away several valuable diamond rings,
and et this juncture another person entered
the store, als? bearing a star beneath his coat,
and at once gently tapping the genteel pair oa
the shoulders, blandly requested tho pleasure
of their society at the police station. Tho first
officer told the clerk that the prisoners would
have to be searched, and that ho would then
return the stolen property in the course of an
hour or so. The confiding clerk assented, and
the prisoners and captors disappeared. Thc
proprietors have thus iar looked in vain for the
glimmer of their leturning diamonds, and the
mon who have a right to wear stars are looking
after the pretended policemen."
-There are in California sixty-two thou?
sand Chinese, nearly all enrolled in 6ix clubs,
corresponding to the six districts from which
the emigrants eame. On the arrival of an
emigrant ship agents from the clubs proceed
on board and take cljarge of those who have
come from the districts represented by their
companies. At the club house the emigrant is
boarded and lodged at a small coat until he
has obtained employment. 8hould he be out
of work at any time afterwards he is permitted
to return, and should ho be siok, lodging is
provided for him. Ia case of indigent, sick or
disabled, the clubs, if they should not be pro?
vided for by private contributions, find
odgings, pay doctors' bills,' and, iB cases
where it it necessary for the patients,
to rotara to China, defray the cost o?]
their passages. The name of every member
is inscribed in a book kept for tho purpose,
and, to prevent "the absconding of defaulting
[ debtors, all persons proposing to return to
China arc bound to report their intention to
the committee of tho club, who only allow
them to depart when they are satisfied that in
doing so they will leave no just claim unset
tied. In most of the club houses a room or
I part of a room is set apart for the worship of
free spirits of deceased membere. There an
altai is erected, on which are placed the offer?
ings of friends and relatives; while behind it ia
kept the lengthening, melancholy roll of those
who have died in tho land ot their exile.
TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 15, 1868.
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tho 15th instant, the payment of subscriptions
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posed to pay the subscription in advance, can
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A Vcvr Scheme ot* Direct Trade.
The chairman of the Agricultural and In
terna! Improvement Committee of Georgia
publishes a circular letter, in which he says
that it is his intention to introduce a bill in
the General Assembly of that State for the
incorporation of an association whose ob?
jects shall be "to secure commercial advan?
tages, gold for cotton and laborers for
"farm work." The capital of the associa?
tion is proposed to be obtained by a sub?
scription on the part of the cotton planters
of Georgia; it being estimated that enough
will become members to raise by cultivation
two hundred thousand bales, upon which
an assessment or subscription of two per
cent, would give an amount of two million
of dollars. This would be sufficient to es?
tablish a line of steamships between Sa?
vannah and Liverpool, and Brunswick and
Liverpool. The cotton of members of the
association would bc carried free of charge
by these lines, and the ships upon their
return would briDg gold for the cotton, as
well as farm laborers and such supplies as
the planters might require. Ry this plan,
it is estimated that thc producer would save
"ten cents per pound on long cotton and
"five cents per oound on short cotton," lost
by the pre?- manner of shipment and
sale; an.'' ' *-<? a saving of great
moment ' . '. Is imported di?
rect. W.. chemes to show
what Geo. of doing, and for
the addif ?. . our people may
learn how mue easy it is for this
State than for . to secure all thoee
graau naran uicn must grow out of
the direct ex\ .on of our produce and
the direct imp.. tatton of the goods required
We do not believe that the Georgia plan?
ters will act together with sufficient una?
nimity to make the new joint stook shipping
association a success, even ou paper; and
in the promise to carry free of charge the
cotton of members, there is room for un?
ending trouble and confusion. The Boheme
may become an accomplished fact-in time;
but to our mind the only certain and safe
way of continuing this business of direct
trade, is by forming a steamship company
in the usual form, but with Southern capi?
tal, whose shareholders shall rely for their
profit upon skilful and intelligent manage?
ment, and to which shippers eau well afford
to pay .a fair rate of freight. This, how?
ever, cannot bo done until the South can
command more commercial capital. For
the present, we must be content to have
"direct-line'' steamships owned wholly or
in part by foreigners; and it is a gratifying
circumstance that, while Savannah has not
yet been able to send from her waters the
first steamship of what is to bo the direct
line between that port and Liverpool,
Charleston has already dispatched one fine
steamship-the Golden Horn, of the Charles?
ton and Liverpool Direct Steamship Line,
and has the Camilla, the second ship of the
same line, already in port and receiving
"While, then, Georgia is talking about
"direct trade," Charleston hus established
"direct trade," and it becomes us not to
relax our efforts. We mu3t not be content
with one line or two, six steamships or a
dozen; but should keep pushing things until
we have demonstrated to the merchants
across the water the importance of our South
era trade, and to the planter at home how
much he has regularly lost by allowing him?
self to be made, without a murmur, the com?
mercial bondsman of the merchants of the
Wo do not expect, nor do we want, the
"direct-line" steamships lo bring us back
laborers to take the place of the freedmen
on the farms and plantations of the State;
but wo waut manufactured goods of every
kind and description, and we want the pro?
ceeds of our cotton remitted in gold, not
paper. It i3 this direct trade which has
made Northern cities grow up in almost
oriental magnificeuc?, and direct trade will
cause Charleston to become a port second
to none on the continent. Whatever the
efforts that may be made, no Southern port
can long keep in advance of Charleston; for
not one ha3 tho natural facilities and advan?
tages which are hers. But it is useless (o
speak of overtaking othors when we already
have tho start. The Charleston direct
steamship linc is in operation already, and
we hope that every planter throughout the
State will give it his immediate and steady
support, both in exporting cotton and im?
porting supplies. The nows should be
Bpread throughout the State and the adjoin?
ing States. We must talk for ourselves.
Others will not talk for us. The whole
South is interested in the future of Charles?
ton and we should not fail to .show the
South which way her interests lie. In the
meantime, Bond down your ootton for the
Good News from the Country Districts.
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-All the accounts which are received from
the country districts, of South Carolina
agree In reporting that the condition of the
people is rapidly improving, and that du?
ring the last few months there has been a
marked change for the better in their busi?
ness and agricultural prospects. A glance
at the local papers will show this to be the
case, and we are encouraged to believe that
the State is now making substantial pro?
gress in adapting itself to the new condition
of things, and in retrieving those losses and
misfortunes whioh were only aggravated by
the three first years of pseudo-peace.
In Lancaster County, on soles-day, the
lands in the market were sold at fair rates.
Four thousand pounds of seed cotton has
been gathered from o two acre lot in this
county. The Lancaster Ledger says that
preparations are being made for the intro?
duction of prolific cotton plants and im?
proved agricultural implements; also, that
"with us it may be truthfully said, that the
"old things have passed away."
In Abbeville County, on last sales-day,
more real estate was offered than is known
to have been in the market at any one time
before. This property sold well, although
it did not oommand the prices of before the
war. About fifteen thousand acres of land
were sold. The gross amount of the sales
was $23,000. This does not look as if there
was no money in the State.
In Oconee, the culture of tobacco, once a
staple product of that section, is to be re?
commenced. Tobacco, at present prices, is
expected to give the farmer about two hun?
dred dollars for each hand employed. A
factory is to be put up, and the plant will
be manufactured in the county in which it
In Pickens County a new vein of gold has
been recently discovered, and machinery is
expected to be put up for pounding the
quarlz. The agricultural prospect is ex?
In Greenville, the land sold on sales-day
brought prices far higher than the prices of |
one year ago, and money is said to be one
hundred times as plentiful as it was in the
first and second years after the war. Kcal
estate was sold amounting to about $24,000.
In Barnwell the farmers are sound, finan?
cially. They have a good supply of bread
stuffs, trade is more lively, and there are
no poor in the neighborhood.
This is but a little of the cheering news
which wc have received from thc country
districts of South Carolina.
THE EFFOBT lo purchaso Cuba outright,
which, as hinted in our telegrane yesterday,
is at thc bottom of Mr. Calal: Cushing's special
errand to Madrid, seems likely enough, ai this
time, to result in success. Mr. Seward, on thc
ono hand, is no doubt anxious to end his offi?
cial career in this Jeffersonian style-while, on
the other, the now government in Spain will
find in any fair offer of the United States thc
easy solutiou of a torritotial problem which
promises a good deal more trouble than probt.
It r.ould bc better for Spain to have her bud
in the hand than in the bush, as it is nor.-.
Tar. ISSUE in the recent English elections
was that of the disestablishment of thc En?
glish Church in Ireland. That matter may
thereforo be considered as settled. But it will
hardly end there. The principle touches the
church establishment throughout the United
Kingdom. In rooting out the establishment
from the soil of Ireland, it must likewiso come
jut from that of Scotland ; and tho samo pro?
cess must bo carried out in England. Thc de?
cision for Ireland is the axo laid at the root of
the tree. The connection of Church and'Stato
is to be severed. The prerogatives ol' tho
Drown itself, always held sacred, aro in the
same peril because so closely associated with
the threatened establishment. We may con?
sider the day of privilege in Great Britain to
have como to its close.
THE VEXED QUESTION ot the status, in an Eng-1
lieh point of viow, of a naturalized citizen of |
tho United States, who had formerly boen a
British subject, may bo regarded as settled at
last. Mr. Reverdy Johnsoa, m a recent speo?h,
delivered at Brighton, mentions a number ot
the points agreed upon botween tho "two gov?
ernments and Lord Stanley and myself.''
Among other things, it has beeu agreed "that
tho laws of citizenship between the two coun?
tries shall in tho futuro be tho same, and that
the naturalized citizen in either sJia'l in ali fu?
ture lime enjoy ai all respects !hc rights of a
native citizen." And au, said Mr. Johnson, "an
irritating cause of disturbance, a cuue which
has more thau once threatened imminent war.,
is closed, and dosed, thank (?od, forever.'' It
will be observed by the passa.^o wc have itali?
cized that this question has been settled with
England on piccisoly the samo terms that it
was lately settled with tho German States by
Mr. Bancroft. Tho measure is perfectly fair in
simply demanding that American naturalized
citizens shall be treated, when abroad, pre?
cisely as though thoy were native-born Ameri?
FUR SALK^'WO SADDLE AVD DI?.LPT
HOUSES, two Milch Cow?,and one large \\ orh
in? Mule. Iuquire at No. 52 bTAl fc-STREE r.
December 15 tuth2*
FOR SALE, O Afc: HUHS IC, HARNESS
AND SAl'DLF, all ia nood order. Cau bc
seen at HJ$T HO-PIT? L, No. 103 TradJ-ttreet .
Dcccm' cr 13 3*
FOK SALE, UNE SBCOND-fl ,\!VD H
iiOKSK ENGINE and CYLINDER BOILER.
very little used.
One iecond-hand 10 Horse Boiler (Cylinder1, very
little used, i'rico low. Apply to
WU. S. HEN FREY,
Decembers stutbC o No. 314 Me( ring-sine;.
TO KE\T, ROOMS AT NOM. 49 AND
51 Broi l-str^ei; also aCaniagc Bouse o;i In
ppcclion-strcei, suitable for a shop, with two rooina
abovo. Apply to ii. DIMS. Jr., Attornov at L iw No.
17 Broad-ntreoc_ tus De. em uer 15
4 VERY PLEASANT ?CITE Ol? APART
2%. MEN'I'S to rent, will) piazza and private stair,
case attached. Tho rooer.s eau ne rented sepmnteiy
if desirci. Apply at No. 50 K?NG-3J BEUT, a lew
doois below Tr?dd. laths No? tutor IT
TO KENT, TUAT FINN 'lilith . AM)
a half slory BRICK RESIDENCE in Anson
street, ono door south af Lamers. For part?ala: s,
apply at No. 3? BOiIEl Y-sTREET, or at TUIS OF?
FICE._9* Dotember 0 "
TO KE'T, OFFICES IN 'IRK FIRE?
PROOF BUILDING, oornerChalmors and Meet?
ing streot*. Arply at OF?ICE COUN'iY COMMIt
hlONEB:', Eire-proof Bailulng.
TO KENT. A PIANO, IN COCO OK DE H.
Apply at THIS OFFICB. October 38
rpo KENT, A FLffE GROCERY STAND,
JL wi th fixtures complete, corner Kin,: a sd Clif?
ford streets, Teraas moderato, apply ut BERNARD
O'NEILL'S, No. 118 EA si' BAY.
November 18 Imo*
DR.J.S. MITCHELL HAS H EMOTED
his office and residence to the S0BTHJ?3T
CORNER OF KING AND JOHN STHBSTS.
OFf ICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE.
Sole Imp?t ter of the Schiedam A rnmatic Schnapps,
No- 23 Bcaver-strttt.
NEW TonK, November 3. 1868.
To the People of the Southern States :
WHEN THE TURE MEDIC1N \L RESTOIUT]
now so widely known as WOLFE'S SCHIEI
SCHNAPP?, was in roduced into the world m
thc endorsement of four tnt i-.sand leading mern'
of the medical profession some twenty years agc
proprietor was well aware that it could not wi
escape the penalty attached to all new and ua
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to inve
with strongest possible safeguard against eour
feitccs, and to lender all attempts to pirate it c
cult and dangerous. It woo submitted to dis
guished cnemists for analysis, and pronounced
them the pares! spirit ever manufactured. Its p
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, s
pies of the article were forwarded to ten thous
physicians, including all the leading practitioner
tho United States, for purposes of experiment,
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation an
report of the result, accompanied each speeim
Four thousand of the most eminent medical mn
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions
thc article wero unanimously favorable. Sue
preparation, they said, had long been wanted
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which w
more or less adulterated, and therefore unfit
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence i
strength of the ol of juniper, which formed om
thc principal ingredients of the Schnapps, togct
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic i
meet, give it, in the estimation of the faculty
marked superiority over evory other diffusive still
lant as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professio
men of thc highest rank were published in a c
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of 1
Schnapps, as ono of the guarantees of its genuh
ness. Other precautions against frand were a
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, \
label waa copyrighted, a fae simile of tho propriotc
autograph signature was attached to each label o
cover, his name and that of the preparation were t
bossed on the bottles, and thc corko were scaled w
his private seal. No article had evor been sold
this country under tho nome of Schnapps prior
tke introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aroma
Schnapps, in 1851; and thc label was deposited,
his trade mark, in the United States District Cot
for thc Southern District of New York during tl
It might be supposed by persons nnarqnaini
with the djring character of thc pirates who pt
upon the reputation of honorable merchants by vcr
lng deleterious trash under their name, that tho pi
tections so carefully thrown around these Schnap
would havo precluded the introductions and salo
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to ha
stimulated the rapacity of impostors. Thc bra
mark of th: proprietor has been stolen; thc ind on
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ala
received from the medical profession has bc
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels at
bottles havo been imitated, his advertisements pat
phrased, his circulars copied, and worse than a
dishonorable retailers, aftor disposing of thc genuii
contents of his bottle.', have filled them up wi
common gin, the most deleterious of all liquors, at
thill, made his name and brjnd a cover for poison.
Thc public, thc medical profession and thc sic
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is pr
scribed as a remedy, are equally iutercstc ! with ll
proprietor in thcdcteeiioa and suppression of the
nclarioufi practices. Thc genuine article, manilla
tured at thc establishment of thc undersigned i
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a barley of ll
finest quality, and flavored with an essential extra
of thc berry of thc Italian jin lpe-, of unequalled pi
rt ty. Dy a precess uukuown in the preparation i
any other liquor, it ls treed from every acriraoniot
and corrosive clement.
Complaints havo been rceived from tho Icadiu
phys;cians and families in thc Southern States <
thc sale of cheap imitations of tho Schiedam Arc
marie Schnapps in those markets; and traveller:
who are in tho habit of using it as an antidote to th
baneful influence of unwholosomo river water, tel
thy that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam bottles', i
frequently palmed off upon tho unwary. Th
agents of the undersigned have been requested t
institute inquiries on the ai.bjecf, omi to forward t
him the names of such parties as they may afCt i
tain to bc engaged in tho atrocious system of derer,
rion. In conclusion, tho undersigned would say tho
he has produced, from under tho hands of ihc mo;
distinguished men of science in America, proofs ur
answerable of thc purity sud medicinal excel
lenco of - the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; tba
bc has expended many thousand dollars in sur
rounding it with gu?ranteos and safeguards, whiol
ho designed should prelect tho public and bimscl
against fraudulent imitations; that Lc has shown i
to be thu only liquor in thc world that con be uni
formly depended upon as unadulterated; that ho ha
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison an?
experiment In all Its form?; and from every ordoa
the preparation whi'.hbcors bis name, seal and trad)
mark, has como off triumphant. He, therefore, feel*
ita duty he owes to his follow-cltizons generally, tc
thc medical profession and tho sick, to denounce
and expose the charlatans who counterfeit these evi
dencies of identity, and he calls upon the prose anc
tho public to aid him in his efforts to remedy EO grc.ii
The following letters and certificates from thc
leading physicians and chemist i of this city will
provo to tho reader that all goods sold by the under
signel are all that they aro rcprc- outed to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
aa betug in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
dencrviuc ot medical patrouagc. At all events, it is
the pure-it i>o.*?U>ic m-Uclc ol LloUmitl Gin. beretc
tore liuoutaiuable. and as such may bc safely prc
^cribed br physicians.
DAVID L. .MOTT, Bf. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
2t5 I'INE-STJIEK.T, NEW Yuan. I
November isl, 1NJ". /
UDOLPBO WOLFE, Et*j., Pr?sent:
Drur 6ir-I have malea chemical examination of
a sample of your .Schiedam Schnapps, with the in?
tent of determining ii any for. igu or injurious sub?
stance 1-ad been added lo th' simile distilled spirits.
The examination bas resulted m the conclusion
that the sample contained no poisonous <>r harmful
admixture. I have been unablo to discover ?my
trace of tho deleterious substance* wich arc em?
ployed in the adulteration ol" liquor*. I would not
beMlato lo use myself or to recomuimd toothers,
for medicinal purposes. Hie Schiedam Schnapps us
au excellent and unobjectionable variety of gin.
Vorv respectfully yours,
(Signed,) * CHAS. A. SELLY, Chemist.
NEW YORK, NO. f>3 CEDAn-sniEET. i
November 26", 1867 J
LiDOLrHo WOLFE, Fsq.. Present :
Dear Sir-? have submitted to chemical aualvsis
two bottles ot ">"c' ;edara Schnapps," which I took
from a frosh package i:i yournoiiicd warehouse, and
find, tm before, that elie spirituous liquor is ireo
from injurious ingredients or falsification; that it
has the marks ot I? ing a*ed and not recently pre?
pared uy mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro
It.spectfaUy, FRED. F. MAYER,
NEW Vons, lucsduy, May I.
UIXILI-BO WOLFS. PJ*H-:
De.tr Sir-XL? want of ?.ure Wine? and Liquors
for medicinal purpose ? lia- been long felt by the pro
lesKion, and thotuniids ol ii-'ff have been sacrificed
by the use ot MHulesated articles. Delirium treman.',
and oih>-i discaaes e the brain and m rves, sa r.fe
in this counlrv, ore very rare in Europe, owing, in a
groat decree, to tim nf. renee n the pu Ky of thc
,Vu luvK ..s:ed th? several arti rh s imported and
sold by j on, lnotudir.'g your Oin, whl -h you sell ne?
dor the nani? of aromatic oehiudaw Schnapp?, which
wu consider joatly et.ti.1rd lo the high reputation it
has acquired ?nthis country; and from jour long ex?
po: ienec as a foreign importer, your Uotlled Wined
and Liquors should meet with the tame demand.
Wu would recommend yon to appoint some of the
respetable apothe.w* in different ports of thc city
as agouts for thc salo of your ilrandics uud Wines,
when '.ho profession ian obiaiu thc ?-arne when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing yon suceu-s ic your new enterprise,
We remain, voar obedient servants,
VALENIINE MOtT. AL D., Professor ol Surgery,
University Medical Collette. New ?eck.
J. M. CARNOOHA.fl, M. D., Professor of Clinical
surgery, Surgeon-m i bief to the State Ho?piial,
&o.. No. M Lact Sixteenth-street.
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D., No. 791 Broadway.
H. P. DB WEBS, IL D.. No. 791 l<roadway.
JOSLPJI WORSTER, M. D.. No. 110 Ninth-street.
NELSON STEELE, >L D., Nn. 117 Blceker-street.
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D.. No. 230 Fourth street.
B. L RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of the Principles
and Practic.'of Surgery, New Hork Medical Col
lego, ko., No. 91 Nmtn-utreet, and otters.
The proprietor also offors for sale.
BOTTLED WINDS AND LIQU0E3,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for me?
dicinal use. Each bottle has his ccrtifloate of its pu
-ty. CDULFUV WOLKK.
Novambor ll 3 mos
THE RI G UL AP. MEETING WTT-L BE HELD
TA ?j Evening, at Heven o'clock, in Council
Chamber. W. H. SMITH,
December 15 1 Clerk of Council.
I. O. O. F.-JEFFERSON LODGE, No. 4.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THI3 LODGE
wiU be held Thit Evening, at Seven o'clock
precisely. Pupctual attendance of tho members ii
oarnestly requested. ISAAC LIE'BMAN,
CHARLESTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY OF AXMEN.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY
will bc held TUit Evening, at half-past Seven
o'clock. WILLLAM KNOX,
December 15 1 Secrotarj.
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THI3
Association will be held This Evening, at Seven
o'clock, at Masonic Hall.
Money for sale.
Arrears received during the day at No. 135 MEET?
ING-STREET, and at the hall in toe evoninK.
December IC_WM. B. STEEDMAN.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD?
TEE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS of the Blue Ridge Railroad Company will
be held in the eily of Charleston. Friday, the 18th
instant. A meeting of tho Board of Directors will be
held the day before. ,
By order of thc Board.
W. H D. GAILLARD,
December 14 4 Secretary and Treasurer.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS COOK
and WA>HER in a private family. Good re?
commendations can be given. Apply at THIS
OFFICb'. 1* December 15
BOARD WANTED.-PLAIN, COMFORT?
ABLE board wanted for a small family, with
two uniurnisbcd rooms. Address .?Menage,"
through the PostofHce. 2* December 14
WANTED, s inst lil UK KS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 101 King-street.
WANTED, BOARD, FOR A GENTLE?
MAN, wife, three children and nurse. Will
require two rooms, and p'ain, but substantial, table.
Address, stating terms, kc, "M. S.,"BoxNo. 3x5,
Charleston, S. C. November 3
WANTED, EVER Y HOD Y TO SUU
SCRIBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIC-flTER'S S.'lcct Library of New
Boohs contains all of tho latest publications.
April 21_No. Hil KING-STREET.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for ibo press, employment on
ono or more Lilorary Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES, POETRY, ?fcc. Address
Miss K. E. W., Postuflko, Charleston, S. C.
AWENTS WANTED.-875 TU $200 PER
month, or a commission tram which twice
that amount can be made by Felling thc latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY edt WING MA?
CHINE; price $18. l or circulars andteims. address
C. BOWEI S A CO., No. 320 Soulh Ibird-strrot,
Phila iclphia, i'a._Hmo December 5
J?j cati bc obtained by applicatio to the "UNION
U>"ME,"from9 tillll o'clock daily.
Servants can also find places by application to the
?ame placo, at ibo isame hours Inquire for thc Ma?
tron, cor J er Church aud chalmers uncut
TTJARTED.-I WANT A MAN TU TAKE
TT thc AGENCY for Lloyd's Gn at Double Revolv?
ing MAPS Ol' EUROPE AND AMERICA, with thc
4000 ccuuty colored Map of thc United States on thc
back, issued lo-day, und r.eedcl by every family,
de cool and Ubrary in the land, with patent roYcn-c?,
by which either map i au bc thrown front Each Map
is 02 by 01 InclicB large', with ribbon binding and
double-.'aced rollers; ci st Sli'O.OOO and throe year.-.'
labor. Price $5; worth $50. A small capital wUl do
to start wiih. S10 a copv can bo got for these great
Maps, fend for circular, terms, fie Twenty new
maps under way. J. T. LLOYD,
Post?nico Box 122, Atlauta, Ga.
November 19 DAC Imo
_pst an?i J?M?.
STltAYED.UN SUNDAY LAST, A BLACK
NEW FOCNT'LAND PUP. about fix months
otd. unswcari ro ihcnanin ?* .*"0I.\i'"0 ''
Fi wuiu wm be puiu lor nu recovery at No. 8 GRI-.EN
ri T RAYED UR STOL EH, SUNDAY UR
? Sunday night, a Block and Tan TERRIER. A
reward will ho given for his recovery on application
nt No. CO HAirEL STREET, between Anson and East
Bay sireo'.s. December 8
LUST, A YELLOW AND WHITE SET?
TER PUP, eight months old; had on, when
io.-t, a leather collar with a city badge. A suitable
reward will bo paid for her return to No. 48 BROAD,
or No. 7 MEHIING-STREET._November 30
IUST, UN MUNDAY, NUVEMBER 23.
i .- Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double case, white
lac, <vith chitin attached. Finder will please leave
the same at THIS OFFICE, where a reward will bo^
given If repaired. November 25
toilets in pinilmijitn).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT UK THE
UNITED STATES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
NOVEMBER TRUM, 18G3-IN THE MATTER CF
JOSE"H PORCEIL, OF CHARLESTON, BANK?
RUF.'.'-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPT! Y-Ordered, That a bear?
ing b-i bad on tbe fourth day of January, 1S69, atFcd
eini Courthouse in charleston, B.C.; and that all
Credi'ors, kc, of said Bankrupt appMr at said
time end place, and show cause, If any th-?y om, why
the prayer of tho Petitioner should not bo granted.
Aud that Cio second and third meeting < of Cn di tora
of said Bankrupt will bc held at the ofltco of R. B.
CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar of thc i ccond Con?
gressional District S. C., on thc second day of Jan?
uary, 1809, at 12 ll.
Hy cider of tho Ca ort, tco 10th da7 of December,
1868. DANIEL H RL3ECK,
Clerk of tho PiHlrict Court of tito United States for
Soulh Curohiin, tu 2 Pcc-mbcr 15
IN THE DISTRICT COURT Cl-' THE
CM i KD STATUS, FOUTUE DhlRM OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-li; THC MAXIXU or CHAS.
BRILL, BANKRUPT, HY WHOM A PE i n ION
FOR ATJUDICATION Ol' RANKUUPTOY WAS
FILED 0".' 'J'flE 28rn DAY OF MAY, A. D.
1808, IN S UD COURT-IS BAN KRUI' ICY.-This ii
to give noti.'o th t o TI tho fuurt'entk day nf D-cember,
A. D. lscs, a Warrant m Bankruptcy was Innicd
against 'bu Fstato?f CH vs. BRILL, oi co ambla, in
the Lintriet of Richland, und Stats of South Car?
olina, who ItM been adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own p?tition; Itiut tb? payment of any d.l-ta and do
livery of any prtmorty belonging to said Bankrupt, to
him or for h's use, aud the transfer of am prqpoily by
him arc forbidden by law; that r. meeting of the credi?
tors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and
to choose erne or ni uo Assignees < f his Estate, will
bu held ut a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden
at No. 72 i road--trcct, Charleston, S. C., before lt
li. CARPENTER, Registrar, on tho twenty-eighth
day oi December, A. D. 1808, at 10 o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. KIPING,
Unitod State? Mar.-diul us Messenger.
December 1.1 inO
IN THE DISTRICT COURT UK THE
UNITED .STATES. FOR TUE DISTRICT
OF SOUiil CAROLINA-IN THE MAI HR OF
HENRY J. HARM, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
A Phill ION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK
KUI'ICY WAS Fl LCD ON THE io 0\Y Ol'
NOVKMBER, A. D. IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY.-Thia is to give notice thallon
?\r fourteenth day of December, A. D. l*t?5. a War?
rant la Bankruptcy wa? issued aya'11?' thc
Estate ol' HEN Itv J. HARN, ul Darlington Dis?
trict, and i-tate ol South Carolina, who lias
l eeu adjudged a Bankrupt on lils own petition;
that thc payment of any del ts and delivery ol
A'iy pinpertybelonging to ?alt Bankrupt,to him
or lor h y use, and ibo transfer oi any properly by
h<in aro forbiii''eii bylaw; 'ha' a ni- ti .? of the
Croditotsot the said 'Jsukruid tojirov th ir debts
unc? lo ci'oosc jnr ns more \.-figi;e. of his Ki-rale,
will be bald ut a Jourt Bankruptcy, to be bol len
at No. 72 Broad--rent. Charl, .-lon -outh Carolina,
beioro R. B. CAR.?I NTER. Registrar, on Ute /-ur'A
day of Januarg,k D. 1809, a 10 o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. ?ri INO.
United Status Marshal aa Alcsseiigar.
Dc cer/ibor 15 1
BANK BILLS W ANTE ii.
HI IHESTMARKET PRICE GlVf N FOR BILLS
OF IHK BANK OF IHK STATE (old issue).
Z. B. OAKES,
December J No. 4 Broad-street.
gttEBS, IMPLEMENTS, cVc.
JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF GARDEN
SEEDS (-I every doacrlplion. of crop 1808, grown by
D. LANDRETH & SOV, Philadelphia. conaisting in
part : i'lis choicest variety of CABBAGES, Peas,
Reau?, Turnip and all other vegetable sc-d* planted
In carden and Heid. And In store, PI OUGHS, Har
rowg, Cultivators, Corn Shellers, Corn Mills and
Hay Cutters, all by approved moko s ; Spades,
Sliovcld, Forks, Rakes, kc Also, WUiow abd Fancy
BASKETS, Stona and Willowwaro. And to arrive,
ASPARAGUS ROOTS. For sale at No. 353 KING
STREET, sign of the Plough, by
Late of P. Landreth k Co.
Deoemt er 1 DA? tuA
IDOLS' HO M E FAIR
THE I"AIR FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' HOM E,"
WILL BE OPENED AT
THE HOWE," IX BROAD-STREET,
(NEAR THE CITY PACK),
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, DEC. 15,
AT HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK,
And continuo open each cronins until further
?S- ADMITTANCE, 2.? CENI?; CHILDREN, 10
cents; Season Iickcts, 75 cents.
All parties who have promised donalioDs for Rc
fresment Tables, will please send same to residenco
of Mri. M. A. SNOWDEN, No. 9 Church-street, as
early in the day ns possible.
The Street Cars will leave Hah at close of thc Fair
ha?f-past 10 o'clock precisely. December 15
-pOSITIVELY THREE DAYS ONLY!
AT HIBERNIAN HALL.
Dlonday, Tuesday and Wednesday, De?
cember ?1, 22 and 23.
Monday two Levees at Three P. M. und half-past
Seven P. M.; Tuesday and Wednesday three
Levees at Eleven A. M. audTlmo
and half-past Seven P. M.
GENERAL TOM TH V X Li
GEN ERAL TOM THUM B'S TROUPE, CONSISTING
of the original and world-renowned GEN KR AL TOM
THUMB and his beautiful and arcomplishcd little
wife, Mrs. LAVINIA WAHREN STRATTON, that
inimitable specimen of wit, skill, agility and Comic
drollery, COMMODORE NUT 1' (kno?n as the iM.fOO
Nutt), and his intended wife, thc sweat little sprite
Miss MINNIE WARREN.
Ladies and children aro considerately advice j to
attend tho tfa>cxhibition, and thus avoid the crowd
and con.usiou ot tho evening pertormat ce.
ADMISSION 23 cents, children WK er toa years
of age, 15 cenis. Reserved scats, 50 cents. Children
under tee years, 26 cents.
? EDDAVI--, Agent.
December 12 5
OFFICE OF CAPTAIN OF POLICE,
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, Charleston S. C., De?
cember 14, 1808.-Recovered bv tho Detectives, sun
dty articles ct CLOTHING. TABLE AND BED
LINEN, BASKETS AND CLOCKS. Also, a int of
POUL'IRY. Parties interested an requested to call
at thc Detective Oth>c. C. B. S IG WALD,
December 14 6 Captain of Police.
TO DELINQUENT TA X-PA Y K I! S .
NO f ICE-CI lY TREASURY, D' comber 8,1808.
r.xecntions on all unpaid Tax Returns for Kcal
Estate will bc sent to tho Sheriff on the 20lh, as re?
quired by ordinance, (until thou their payment will
bc received at this omeo), viz: 3th section -"And it
shall bo thc duly of tho City Treasurer to forthwith
it>suo executions against thc goods, chattels and
oilier property of suid pei sous rr corporations, and
lodge tho said executions with the City Sbctiff, who
shall immediately proceed for tho i olloc?on ol the
samciu the manner provided by Ordinances for th J
enforcement of t xccutious." S. THOMAS,
Decombor 9 ll City Trcxiurcr.
SPL Cl AL ORDER. -MAYOR'S OFFICE,
CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, S. C., DECEM?
BER 4, 1808.-From and after the above date, all
purchases made lor tec City, except for such insli
tut'ons as aro under the management of a Board ol
Commis-iouers, must I e through an order properly
sigue 1 by the party or parties so purchasing, and
countersigned by the MAYOR. The bill-, when pre?
sented for pavraent, must be accomcanicd by thc
ord'-r above mentioned, otherwise they will uot be
considered. GEO. W. CLARK, Mayor.
By order of thc Mayor. W. II. >MIi'H,
December 4 clerk of Council
QITY TAX^S-.flO.MHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE ot1 TH;: CITY A'SES?OR. ?
CITY HALL, DI cern ber 1.1868. i
Noticois hereby ^iven to all concerned, that the
mouihly Returns lor the mt nth of November past in
compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratilled on the
?Hili ol January, 18G8. and amended on the 09th of
.Simember, 180S, must be maje on or bc'oru the
I eu lustaur.
TAXES ON TUE FOLLOWING AnE PAVAnLE MONTHLY.
On ;vl sales of Goods, Wares and .Merchandise, In?
cluding Itice, Lumber, Hay, Crain and Naval Stores.
On ml sales of Cotton.
On ah t reight and Passenger Lists ot all steamers
mid sailing vessels paid or poyablc in this city.
On all sales by Bakers, Butchers and Hncsstcrs.
On alt gross receipts ol'all Slrcot Railroads.
On ad gross receipt! of all Express Companies.
On ail sales at Auction.
On all Carriages and Buggies.
On all iucouio derived Irom thc pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occupation or empIoyincuL
On tho gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commissions received by ?'actor?, Commis?
sion Merchants, bankers, Urosers, and others.
On all premiums received tor or by any Insurance
Corni any, or by agencies for Individuals or compa?
On all gross receipts of all Gas Compauics.
On every Horse and Mulo u?ed or k->pt within tho
city, excepting hoists or mules used in any public
licensed carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle.
Ou ail Retail Dealer* in all ?rdeles whatsoever.
On a 1 Barber Shops.
On all gross receipts of Hotels and Public Fating
and Boarding Houses.
On all receipts of Liverv Stable Keepers.
On the gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On tho gross receipts of aU Printing Olliccs, News
pap rs and Publishing Houser.
On all Goods sold iu the city hy persons not resi?
dent, by sample or otherwise.
On all tales of Horses and Mules brought to thc
On ?ales o? Stocks. Bonds, and other seenritios.
On the gross ?eceipts of Maguelio TeIo,Taph Com?
On the gross receipls of all Tavern Keepers and
all dofaullers will be dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. nt'OHES,
December 1 13 City Assessor.
lt 13 A. T .V X I- ft A C X ? O BI
QC INDY'S &, CO/S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE A?T O ALLE UV.
NOW ON EXUIBI1ION IHK LARGEST AND
Que?tCollection of CURuHU LITHOGRAPHS e'er
teen in Charleston. They aro perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art. both ancient and modern.
Amoru thc collection may bu found SALVATOR
ROSA'S HEAD OF CUBIST, Corrcggo'b Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's Tide Going Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
Coining In, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Rowbottom'! English .Scenery, Baxter's
English und Irii-h Scenery, Views on thc Miine, 'ihc
Juugi?uud, 'Ibo Wettcrlnrn, Marine Views, and
Tho public are respectfully invited tn call and soe
these beautiful Works ol Art. 'ihey are offered for
salo atNew ?ork prices.
Croat reduction in the prc? PORCH. LA IN PIC
TURES. Recent improvements ,n producing these
pii turts enable us to bow oifor the at nearly one
half the former prices, and lar supo. or. Call und
examine m?- ein.ous.
O UP? CARTES DL1 Vlsi IE AND OTHES
l'LAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ABE UNSUR?
h peeial atti uti. a given to children. Uso lo copy
iu^ old Daguerreotypes aud ottu ruieturos. Satisfac
llo . :n .'ill eases yu_r. meed, and ai prices io lorrek
poud wilt, i he time*.
OTHER PUOiOGRAPliS ?i- CHARLESTON,
FORT SUM 1ER AND MAGNOLIA
CE M ET; HY
At ic educed PrCeefl
A One collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NOB I II CAROLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
Theeosre the first and only Phcto?Tiphs evor taken
in that locality.
<i U I S B Y ?i tl O.,
No. 2?1 EIXG-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 12 3mos
Jonis, Sl]0fs, (?tr.
J S T E I BER,
ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGS ASSORTMENT
of G KN TS' BOOrs, GAITERS and SHOES of the
latest styles and best make, cheap for cash, at No.
Boots and Shoes made to order at the shortest BC
lice, thstulmo December 3
EXTRA HEATS ?-1? BAGGING
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
BABEELS CRUSHED FUGAR
5 barrels Powdered Sugar
5 barrel? Extra C Sugar *
5 barrels Granulated Sugar.
70UXG HYSON, OOLONG, and
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, LAGUAYRA
Rio, of ail grades.
FLORID\, very choice
New York fugar Houso
Muscovado, in barrels.
FAMILY, SUPER AND EXTRA.
5 tierces LEAF.
WINE, Butter and Brent's Boston.
RAISINS, CITRON, &c.
25 WHOLE BOX (f 8
23 half boxes
tl ? quarter boxes
10 boxes rii HON
Barrels CURRANTS, fresh.
Kits No=. 1 and 2 PICKLED SALMON. Smoked
Salmon, Fish Roes, F. M. Beef, Sausage in Lard,
Hams, Pig and Bag; Strips, Shoulders.
And, a lull assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES,
recently selected in the Now York market.
U3-Goods delivered to any part of the city FREE
OF CH'RGE. tuths3 December 15
BACON SIDES, DRY SALTED
SIDES AND BELLIES, LARD, dec.
BHDS. CHOICE NEW BACON SIDES
10 boxes Belly Bacon
10 boxe.? Dry Sailed Brilles
10 boxes Dry Salted Clear Sides
50 pails choice Family Leaf Lard.
Landing and for salo by
December 15 1 LAUREY k ALEXANDER.
CHOICE TABLE BUTTER.
(TA FIBRINS CHOICE TABLE BUTTER, JUST
0\J received and for sale by WM. GURNEY,
December 15 tuihs3 No. 1C2 East Bay.
CHOICE COTTON *EEP.
npnr; SUBSCRIBER, DAVID DICKSON, OF SPAR
X TA, takes this method of informing the cot?
ton planters of thc South that he has made every
arran'.en.eut for t ie sale and shipment of the DICK?
SON SELECT COTTON 8KEI). Be is in no way
connected with David Dickson, of Oxford, Georgia,
and has carefully selected this seed himself. The
seed which bas been twice selected, is offered at $2
per bushel. The same see 1 which has been care?
fully selected for tho last three years, is offered at
S5 per bushel or live buibela for $20, delivered at
tba do; ot. In order to insure a safe delivery the
following direction? should be complied with: Write
thc name and postofhee pLinlr; send tho money by
r ail, taking a certificate from tho Postmaster, and
If the money is lost th-'i seed ?rill be soot on thc re?
ceipt of the certificate. To prevent frauds on plan?
ters, no agents arc emplo\ed, aud all letters must bo
directed to DAVID D.'CKSON.
Sparta, Hanrjck Cor.u'v. Georgia.
December 15 imo
FRUITS FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
WELCH & BRANDES,
No. 215 EAST BAY,
(Directly opposite Ibo New Custom Hou?e,)
HAVE nf STOnK
A CHOICE SELECTION OF FRUITS,
WHICH THEY OFFIR
AT THE LOWES T JASH PRICES.
QA A bunebes BANANAS
OXJU 2,000 Plantains
30,800 selected Florida Oranges
100 bu- selected Normera Apples
50 bois selected Mountain Apples
10 bbls Caro Cod Cranberries
50 boxes Layer Raisias, new crop
50 nab' boxes Layer Raisins, new crop
50 quarter boxes Layer Bait-ins, LOW crop
Dried and Piesorved Figs, Currants, Citron.
Prunes, Surdines, a mB assortment of Nuts, Connect
Fruits and Vegetables, Pickled Shrimp, Pickles,
Dried Apples and Peaches, B^ns, Ac, tc.
December 8 ruths
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
WE ARE RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAMER
from New York and ? Urida, I OTATOE8,
APPLES, ORANGES and LEMONS, which we offer
low. MOFFElT k WHARTON,
No. 22 East Bay,
Corner af Vandotboist's Wharf.
December 8 tuths?no
TUST ARRIVED PER STEAMSHIP PROMR
THEUS, a large lot of fine WRIsKEYS, for salo
et lowrrices, from $1 50 and upwards. CaUand see
for yourselves, at BYRINE i FOGARTY'S, No. 452
King Mreet, corner John.
November 20 thstulmo
NEW SMOKED WESTERN
C)fr I1HDS. R. AND C. R. SIDES
?y 10 hbd^. Shoulders
20 tierces Hams. '-Evans and Poedee."
Kow landing and for sale by
SERN \RD O'NEILL,
December 14 2 No. ISO East Biy.
GENUINE SEED POTATOES.
LANDING AND TO ARRIVE,
300 bb'? Chili and Garnett Rods
100 bbls. Western Reds
50 bbls. Pink-Eyes
50 bbls. Jackson Whiles.
For sale nj JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON.
December 9 No. 167 Fast Bay.
IMPORTED ALE ANO POUTER
\T S3 30 PER DOZEN.
J /TS T RECEIVED,
i A CASKS FTNDLATER'3 DUBLIN BROWN
L\J SI OUT, pinta
10 casks Bast? Pale Ale. pints.
The above will Le sold at ?2 25 per doran by the
cask, or c2 "0 pr r dozen in imallcr lot?, at tho
CO-OPER VT1V. GROCERY STORE,
Southwest cormr Meering and ?arket stii-cls.
Goods delivered free. December 5
ORANGES ! ORANGES!
6)^ AAA ORANGIS IN FI SE ORDER,
.vrJ?\J\J\J and for sale at $2 Soper hundred.
100 bunches BANANAS, fresh omi good; Guava
Jelly, in quarter and bait buxu-; Pineapples, Coco?
nuts, Plantains, Lemons; 5u barrels Apple*, red
Ajrn. ALSO Bf STOKE:
ONIONS, Totatoe?, Northern Turn ps, Carrots,
Beets, Parsnip and Pic'tled and smoke j Boos, and
al! lor sale ve. y cheap by _
Mr?. C. D KENRICK,
Na 83 (south sids) Marka -street.
JUST RECEIVED, 13 COO VERY Ci OTOH FLORI?
DA ORANGES in splendid condition, will
beep sound and arcnieely p'ck d, ready for bhip
?iuii t'i the country or the North; will continue to
receive weekly r-upplics of the name. Ec? sals in
quantities to sui: purchasers, bv
JuHN B. Ti. GM,
No. lv?5 aic-ting-arrect,
December i Ihroo doors below A)arkat.sireet.
FRUITS! FRUITS! FRUITS!
WE HAVE ALWAYS ON H ?ND A L-vRGlCSUP?
PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
bananas, P.r. apjl-w, Plantains, Coaoanu s, Lemons,
Raisins, Fuie Dates an i Nort >eru Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and ,:uts of all kinds
BART A WI fl TH,
Nos. 55 and 57 MarkeHrtreet.
DIC li SON SELECT COTTON
WE WILL FURNISH THB ABOVE FBOLIM?
coi TON SEED L quantities to suit pur?
Upwards of 5C0 bolls havo been made on onr> stalk
of four feet in height. Under (.roper m ti yatton, tho
product from this serd is prrxnjoin. Directions
for sultiVAtlon furnished, hpeoimoa, f the cotton
on the stalk to be seen at our ot&Va.
Gfc.0. W. WILLIAMS k J Factors,
Conner Church ai. ns tripe te.
Deg ember 12 stulhiO