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?T Jffi W S SUMMARY,
-Gold at New York, yesterday, closed heavy
at 34|, with but little doing.
-Tie New York cotton market closed drill
and a shade lower. Sales 1500 bales at 25a
-At Liverpool cotton closed quiet ; upland
10? a, Orleans lOjd. Sales 19,000 bales. |
-There are a hundred thousand Spaniards
in New York. .
-The audience stand at the fashionable pri?
vate theatricals in New York.
-The Savannah News, of Monday, says:
It is currently reported arnon? persons who
are acquainted with the parties that a little
difficulty between two young men of ibis city
is to be settled to-day, at Screven's Ferry,
South Carolina, in accordance with the "Code
-The National Base Ball Convention at
Washington, last week, was slimly attended,
only thiity-two delegates being present. Tho
officers elected for - tho ensuing year were: T,
Tassie, of the Atlantic Club, Brooklyn, Presi?
dent; E. E. CooD, of the Olympics, Washing?
ton, Secretary; and M. Rogers, of the Lowells,
of Boston, Treasurer.
-Photographing by moonlight is attracting
great attention in England. A protographer
of Glasgow, it is stated, has, by using the light
, of the moon, succeeded in producing several
landscapes and marine views, which are won?
derfully faithful reproductions of the scenery
represented. These pictures have been pre?
pared for the steteoscope, and give an entirely
different effect from that produced by sunlight
-Admiral Wilkes, who caught Mason and
S b del I, in 1861, only to give Seward a chance to
show how gracefally he could back down,
.sterns to be afflicted by avarice, 'That last in?
firmity of noble minds.:' He wants the flag
officer's share of tho blockade runner Potor?
oo ff, which the Vanderbilt captured off St.
Thomas, while he was then on the Wach use tt.
The Navy, Treasury and Attorney-General have
disallowed his claim, and he will appeal to Con?
-A distinguished general was explaining to
-a small circle at Compeigne-among them rho
Empress-tho merits of the Chassepot cnn.
"But we ladies," said her Majesty, "must have
our Chassepots, to retain onr ascendancy and
our influence, and our Chaa&epots axe: Beauty
and grace at twenty, wit at thirty and kindness
at forty." The Emperor, who had meantime
joined the circle, replied, with a smile, "You
have not waited fer this agc to possess the
-The popular vote in England gives tho
Liberals a majority of 172,000-more than four?
teen per cent, of the whole number of votes
given. The Scotch, however, who are the
most impartial judges of the leading question,
gave an overwhelming vote for thc Liberals
?beingfive to one in the borough e, and even in
.the counties a majority of about twenty per
cent, on the'total county vote. Taking Gceaf
Britain as a whole, the majority on the papu?
lar vote is about 232,000, in al total vote of
1,278,000, or more than sixteen per cent.
-The remains of the late Prince Albert have
been removed from the temporary to the per
m anent tomb in the royal mausoleum sear
Frogmore House, in Windsor Park. The gran
ito sarcophagus stands in the middle of the
central chamber of tho mausoleum. This
chamber is octagonal in shape, thirty feet in
diameter and sixty-five feet high. The vails
. are adorned with colored marbles and paint
inge. On the lid of the sarcophagus is a rc
cumbent figure in marble of his late Royal
..-?Echo City," at the mouth of Weber
Canon, fifty.miies northeast of Salt Lake City,
will be the next terminus of the Union Pacific
Railroad. One thousand men are at work on
the deep cuts. Five hundred work at night,
and are relieved by five hundred during the
day. The conti actors say th?y will continue
to work, unless the snow gets more thou (if leen
feet' deep. Eight large range stoves do the
cooking for the workmen, and the amount of
provisions consumed per day is as follows:
Seven barrels flour, twenty-five bushels pota?
toes, one barrel ground coffee, one barrel sug?
ar, three beeves, ono half-chest tea, six kegs
butter, twenty-four calions molasses, one and
a half bushel beans, one barrel pork, three
kegs white fish, three hundred pounds codfish,
four cases canoed fruit.
-A gentleman educated in Austria deel ires
in a British mcgazin? that, when a boy at
school, he and alibis schoolfellows were habit?
ually laced in close-fitting corsets, and that he
has always worn them since. "The sensation,''
he says, "of being tightly laced in an elegaut,
well-made, tightly fitting pair of corsets is su?
perb." Another English writer is "informed
by one of the leading oorsei makers in Loudon
that it is by no means unusual to receive tho
orders of gentlemen, not for the manufacture
of the belts BO commonly uBed in horse exer?
cise, but veritable corsets, strongly boned,
steeled and made to lace behind in tho usual
wai." Another gentleman of tho same en?
lightened nation sa\ e: "Although nota widower,
but a married.man, I have worn lvlies'stays lor
the last three or four years and find them very
comfortable indeed, and would not go without
them. I would recommend them to wear the m
as near the same shape as the ladies as possi?
ble. The fullness at the top is au improvement.
I generally wear blue silk or scarlet French
merino for winter, and the Paris wove (white)
in summer. Your correspondents need not
feel at all bashful in going to bc measured.
Stays are worn by gentlemen, a great deal moro
than they think.''
-A correspondent of the New York Sui
says : No doubt you will be surprised to learn
the way the best counterfeit bills are gotten
? up. A party of men, say from three to a
dozen, get together and hold frequent meet?
ings, and act according to a plan laid down.
Oue or two will find out some copperplate
printer ID the employ of the bank note print?
ing office-in fact, all such printers are known
by the party. These men wifl manage to meet
one of the printers in the evening, get acquain?
ted, drink, and have a good timo generally
with him, and so proceed for a few evenings.
Then they offer him from fifty to one hundred
and fifty dollars to procure a certain kind cf
impreeeioE. This impression is made in this
wise : The printer will take an impression
- upon tin foil from the plate from which he is
printing, which can be done in a moment.
Thus you eeo every line and size is obtained 11
correctly. From this tin foil an electrotype
plate is-made., They then get some plate prin?
ter that can be found about the city, bave a
good time with him, and engage him for
tweuty dollars per day to do the printing. By
this plau thousands ci copies are struck off I
which defy detection, except in the quality |
of the paper, which will slightly differ from
tho gonuine. Tho place of manufactory is
generally some distance from the city, like
Staten Island, Flatbush, or sometimes Bax?
ter-street, or similar localities in tho city. It
is a strange fact, in every case where a party
of this kimi csists, that every member lacks
conlidence m his associates. Every move
made by one is narrowly watched by tho
others of the pirty. It would be death to any
informant or spy that did not look well to
WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1868.
Thc Future of tue Colored Knee.
The hand of Omnipotence could, in an
instant, convert three million of ignorant
serfs into three million of intelligent and
industrious free mes. But this is not an
age of miracles, and if they who were
slaves four years ago are not as steadily
laborious as the working white man, there
is not, in the simple fact, any reason for
assuming that the freedmen will never be?
come .more thrifty and prudent than now.
When the surrender of the Confederate
armies made emancipation a practical fact,
the colored people knew not how to turn
their liberty to good account. Those whom
they were accustomed to obey were stripped
of all but moral power, and were declared,
besides, to be the foes of the colored race.
But there were men ready to receive them
with open arms, to promise them a life-time
of ease and plenty, to tempt them and de?
ceive them with flattery and bribe. And
so the freedmen became entangled iu the
meshes of political intrigue. They were
taught that the land and its fullness was
theirs; and, too often, the broad lost by idle?
ness and folly was won by trick and theft.
As time rolled on, politics lost much of
their charm. By degrees, more attention
was paid to obtaining employment and keep?
ing it when obtained, and during the last
rear thousands of colored men have la?
bored with far more zeal than they ever
showed as slaves. This, it is true, has been
:he exception rather than the rule; but it
s an encouraging indication of what is
ikely to be the course of the mass of the col?
ored people when they appreciate the mo?
ires which have governed their more saga
A slave has no ambition, as he has no
'uture. If any part of his earnings falls
o his share, it is but the merest trifle. And
vhen he becomes free he is satisfied at first
o labor just enough to keep bod/ and soul
ogether. The African, however, although
noving in a lower plane, has the samefeel
rjgs and desires as the Caucasian, how
IVer rude tlicjr mujr Dc, au J aa hfl 66uu thc
omforts and enjoyments of those living
.round him, he is driven to desire such
Measures for himself. When his lot is cast
nth a degraded people, the colored man,
lave or free, cannot be improved. When
te lives iu the midst of men of industry
ind intelligence he will, in his own degree,
tecome diligent and worthy of trust. lu this
vay, the colored people of the South will
>e moulded into new form. They have not
in immense numerical majority, or their
tative inferiority might assert itself and
Irag down the white minority. They are
n the minority in the South, and in the
ianda of the white mau they will be as clay
n the hands of the potter.
The progress which has been made by
he colored people of this State during the
ast twelve months, is in some sort a guar?
antee for their future. They see on every
ide men working hard and enjoying tho
.ewards of their labor. They see men of |
heir own oolor steadily growing rich,
[hey know now that labor only will con?
quer every obstacle, and begiu to under
tand that for the poor, whether white or
?lack, the choice is-work or starve. The
rorld is not standing still, nor is any part
if it; and the colored people of the South
ontrolled and directed, perhaps uucou
ciously, by tho white race, are also march
ng on. They have already made a great
brward stride, and if we appreciate prop?
erly our own responsibilities and know our
iwn interest, we. shall encourage them in
veil-doing, and show them that iu South
?arolina every industrious colored mau may
te prosperous as well as free. In this mat?
er, as iu most others, example is more po
cnt than precept. We have given that ex
imple in striving manfully to conquer for
une, and in making the best of the things
ve could not avoid. In this way we do our
jart; and we firmly believe that the lesson
io taught will not be lost, and that the Goi?
tred population, with new hopes and new
vishes, will follow in our footsteps and be
lome, in course of time, the sober and dili?
gent working men whom the Southern States
ttEsouncES OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE. A Statisti?
cal and Descriptive Summary of the Alinee
and Minerals, Oltinnto and Topogiaphy, Ag?
riculture, Commerco, Manufactures aiid Mis?
cellaneous Productions of the States and
Territories west of the Rocky Monntains.
With a Sketch of the Settlement aud Explo?
ration of Lower California. By J. Ross
Browne, aided by a corps ol* Engineers. New
York : D. Appleton & Co. Charleston : John
The title of this book so well describes
its scope and subject that it is necessary to
jive no further account of its contents. Mr.
Browne has given to his work a high de
rree of industry and ability, and it will be
)f great practical use wherever it is circu
ated. We agree with Mr. Browne that
'as we want population to develope the
'dormant wealth of our new States and
'Territories, it is tho interest of our gov?
ernment to disseminate a correct kuo^i
'edge of their material resources," and
lope that the government will be disposed
o adopt this wise course in regard lp the
Southern States, about which a book could
ie written as attractive and interesting as
hat which desoribes the vast resources of
he country west of the Rocky Mountains.
T?E TBOTTLNG HORSE CF AMEBICA : How to
"Train and Drive Him, with Reminiscences
of the Trotting Turf. Bj Hiram Wootlruff.
?Edited by Charles J. Foster, of Wilkes'Spirit
of the Times. Including an Introductory
Notice by George Wilkes and a Biographical
Sketch by the Editor. New York : J. B. Ford
& Co. Chariest jn : John Bussell.
Mourn as we may, the racing days of the
South are over, and the utilitarian tendency
of the time, combined with the costliness
of a racing stud, which so few are able to
bear, will gradually turn to tte trotting
horse the attention which was once given
to the thoroughbred racer. Every man
who has a trotting horse is interested in in?
creasing his speed, although he may not
hope to approach the time of the trotting
giants Flora Temple and the Auburn Horse;
and there are many others who, although
not horse owners, are always attracted by
whatever refers to the turf. ToaUofthese we
recommend strongly *'The Trotting Horse
"of America," a work which contains
the valuable and well-tried conclusions of
tho late Hiram Woodruff. As a history of
trotting in America, it is interesting in the
extreme, and the advice which it gives in
regard to training and handling trotters
must be very valuable.
The bcok is well printed, and should serve
as the Vade Ifecum of thc owner and lover
of the "trotting horse."
THE PHOSPHATES of South Carolina seem
at last to be attracting that general publio
attention throughout the North that their
value deserves. The New York Financial
Bulletin -(high authority in such matters),
in remarking upon the recent fetter in the
Tribune, describing these deposits, says:
"This timely and important discovery will
"probably have a mest favorable influence
"on the future prosperity of the city,
"Owing to her geographical position and
"the excellence of her harbor accommoda
"tions, Charleston should be the metropolis
"of the South. The vicissitudes of war left
"her nearly bankrupt, however, aud in re?
gaining her former importance and wealth
"her citizens will bo largely aided by the
"discovery of a natural deposit as valuable
"as those of California or Nevada, and
"which may be as readily turned into
CONSIDERING the manner in which it bas
spoken for itself in our advertising columns,
it seems hardly necessary to call the atten?
tion of the reading public to the new illus
trated family journal entitled Hearth and
Home. It is only just to say of it, how?
ever, that the new candidate for public
favor ?8 the very perfection of typographic
beauty, and that its contents are in every
way worthy of their beautiful garb. The
paper can hardly fail to bc a success from
FUIS SALK, A H \NDSOME BRUSSELS
CAi: PET, but little used, IC by 19 feet. Ap?
ply tu CLD7FOBD ii MATHE WES.
December 23 1
MULES ! MULES! -FOUR PRIME
PLANTATION MOLES for salo low. Apply
lo WAGENLR k MONSEEJ, Grocers, No3. 103 and
1C5 East bay. G December 23
JjoTra.'i ltv,o.4ME, ?fcc.-JUST ItECEl VUD
by steamer Manhattan, a flue lot or Northern
POULTRY AND GAME, consisting of TDK KEYS,
Geese, Ducks, Fowls. Grouse, Ac , ?ic. AIBO 2? bar.
reis ot Choice Apples: and, by schoaner. 203 barrels
sf selected Seed and Eating Potatoes. For sale cheap,
ba lots lo suit purchasers, ty
THOMAS MUK PHY,
December 23 Z* No. 81 Market-?trcct.
FOX SALE OR HE?fT, THAT COMMO?
DIOUS and well appelated Tenement House
Nos. 2 and 4 Berreafard-strect, containing IC roams,
with extensive servants' apartments. For tenn? ap?
ply to J. T. HUMPHREYS, Real Estate Afeut,
December 9 , -, w_Ho. 27 Bread-street,
ORNAMENTAL TREES, CAMELIA FLOWERS.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ROSE?, CAMELLA
and other N us?? y Plants, for sale cheap. AH orders
promptly attended to. WM. FERGUSON,
Florist and Gardener,
Spring-streot, Feco: d door weit of Rutledge Avenue.
December 21 4*
FRUIT FARM FOR SALE, NEAR
AIKEN, S. C.-TEHEE HUNDRED AOREi.
Tlie form has nearly five thousand fruit trees con?
sisting of Per cb, Apple, Cherry, Plum, Pomegranate,
Fig, Pear. kc. Also, a varley of small fruits, as,
Raspberries, strawberries, imported Blackberries,
kc, all cf the choicest kinds. Also, about twenty
five acres of thc Choicest Grapes of various kinds.
One hundred acres ot the land ls cleared, and good
farming land; thc balance is woad lan i. For fur?
ther particulars apply to JAMES W. MA ?.
. North wast ?de of Courthouse,
December 17 Imo Charleston, S. C.
FOR SALE-TWO SUPERIOR YOUNG
DR AFT HORSES
Two new Spring Drave. made to order
. Turee complote sets Cart Harneas, mudo to order
One 80-horse power Sieam Eugine
Two Steam Fhn Boilers, 42-horse power each
Two Steam Condensers, each 3 feet diameter, 35
Ouc Iron Chimney, 15 inches diameter, 30 feet
4000 new Flour Uarrels
40,000 new Flour Barrel Stawsanu Hoadiugs to
100,000 deaned second-hand Bricks. Bv
December 18 fmw F. W. CLAUSSEX
ATTENTION I CAPITALISTS.-F O R
SALK. Tbreo Thousand Acres of tho finest
COTTON LANDS in the State, also woll adapted to
Corn, and bau: g bottoms suitable for ?ice. I hese
lands are locate ! in the hr wt ot sumter Cornily, and
combine advantages which can scarcely be fonnd
elsewhere in the louth. They aie sauity lands, with
clay sub-soil, aud tacre;ore productiva and highly
retentive of manures, wfcile they are easily cultiva?
ted. They are certain lands becatiBO free from over?
flow, and they aro exempt 'rom all malaiial influ?
ences, having a climate equal to Aiken and water
equal tc tinto: the mountains. They aro five miles
distant from thc Bradford Springs, formerly a sum?
mer resort of great celebrity. Tho society of the
neighborhood acknowledges no superior anywhere.
There arc about a thousand or twelve hundred acres
of cleared land on the tract, borne of which bas been
rented at five dollars per acre since the war. Thc
remainder is finely limnered woodland, which would
supply the raw material far two steam Jaw Mills tor
the next tweatv years. I will sell a Water Mill Seat
with tho above property if desired. To a capitalist
or company wishing to conduct planting operations
ou a large scale, or to cstabl sh manufactures nf nay
kind, the opportunity offered for investment isa
rare oue. Theicisa 1 ,r?e framed Barn aud Wagon
Shod ou the prem?es, wilh large lorage lofts, nine
large framed laborer's cabins, (nratckun, wiih roca
chimneys, several log cabins also, and framed tin
house, very large, and framed mil: m use. Persi n
wishiu': to inspect the pi ernies ca.i loave the rail
read at Sumter, MayaviUo or Lynchburg, on the Wil?
mington and Manchester Roaa, or Claremont or
Camden, on the Camden Uran -h Hoad.
Fer tera s cad further pirticuliirs apply to thc aub
scri?er o i ti.e premists, or ihrough his Postofll re at
MeclianieavOle, s*. C. Tillea will bc made unexcep?
ALSO ron SALE,
Several BUILDING LOT-*1u the heart ot theTowu
of Sumter, now the greatest business mart in the
Stale, af.er Charleston, Columbia not excepted.
These Lota measure thirty-five- feet front on Main?
street, by two hundred and twenty-four feet deep,
and ard opposite the Courthouse.
December 14 mwfS W. G. KENNEDY.
fest ant /uonb.
LOST, A NEWFOUNDLAND DOC,
white wilh black spots, b 3th cars black, largo
bu-hy tail; answers to thc name of ''Jefi'." A libe?
ral reward will be paid lor his delivorv to
A. M. JACKSON,
December S3 3 Accommodaticn wharf.
LOST, A BLACK POINTIER PUP,
tiree months old. A mitiblo roward will be
7-uiu fur his lolurn to .Io. 45 BULL-SI li Etil,
DecemVer 21 :1
??1 RAY ED OK STOLE N, MUNDAY UR
IO Sunday night, a Black o&d Tan TERRIER, A
reward will bo given for Us recovery on application
at No. GO b'A>L? STU. LUT, between Anson and Last
Bay s rm c. Dtcomber 8
LOST, ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23.
a Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double case, white
face, with chain attached. Finder will please leave
the same at THIS OFFICE, where a reward will bc
?iven if required. November 25
I. O. O. F.
SOUTH CAROLINA LODGE NO. L
THE REGULAR W PER LY MEETING OF THIS
LODGE wilt be hela Tkit Evening, at Seven
by order. L. C. LOYAL,
December 23 w Secretary.
ST. GEOUGE'S SOCIETY.
AREGULAR MEE UNG OF THE ST. GEORGE'8
Society will be held at Tully'.* This Eceniug. at
Fight o'clock. The members are reqnes ed toattced.
CHA iii.LS E. WALKLB,
Lccembor23 1 Secretary.
FRIENDSHIP L?DGE, No. 9, A. F. M.
AN EX I RA COMM?NICAHON OF TBIS LODSE
will bo held This (Wednesday) Evening, Decem?
ber 23d, at Mas?me Hall, at Sev.-n o'clock.
An Election for Ofllcera will be held for the ensuing
Members will como prepared to piy arrears.
By orJtr o? W. M. RObE-iT JAM?-',
December 23_1_Ac?ng Secretary.
ALEUT BASE BALL CLUB.
ASPECIAL MEtTING OF THE ALERT BASE
BALL CLUB will be held This (Wednesday)
Evening, at balf-p..3t Seven o'clock, at the Victoria
Hotel. All members are requested to be pros?nt.
CHAS. N. WINNEB,
December 23 ? l Secretary.
PARTNER WANTED-A PLANTER OF
thirty years' experience in the culture of cot?
ton, owner of one of the bc-t places on John's
Island, withes a Partner who wid furnish the neces?
sary fund; to plant the place lor the coming year,
and share with him in the crop. Address W., eire
Roper k Stoney._mwl3 December 21
WANTED. BY A GRADUATE OF 1 HE
University of South Carolina, a sitnation as
Assistant Teacher in a School, or Tutor in a private
family. References furnished. Address TEACHER,
Key Box Ne. 30, Columbia, S. C.
December 22 2
Il FOR MATIO N "W ANTE D.-ANY IN.
FORMATION given of STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached the city ou Wednesday last, will be thank?
fully recived by bbl wife, MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church anil Chalmers-streets.
WANTED, BOA ill), FUR A GENTLE?
MAN, wife, three children and nurse. Will
require two rooms, and plain, but substantial, table.
Address, stating terms, kt., "M. S"" Box No. 8a5,
Charleston, & C. November 3
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S 8elect Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications--.
April 21_No. KU KING-STREET.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for the press, employment on
one or more Literary Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES, POETRY, fcc. Address
Miss K. E. W., Postoulce, Charleston, S. C.
AGENTS WANTED.-$75 TO8200 PER
month, or a commission from which twice
that amount can be made by felling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY *EWING MA?
CHINE; price $18. For circulars and teran, address
C. BOWEi'S & CO., No. 320 South Tblrd-street,
Phila lelphia. Pa. 3mo December I
TO KENT. A PIANO, IN OOOD ORDER.
Apply at THIS OFFICE._October 28
TO KENT. A NEAT TWO-AND-A-HALF
STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Deughty-street, Apply
at No. 452 KINO, corner John-street
November 18 wfm
IIO KENT, STOKE No. 155 EAST BAY,
a good business tund, suitable for wholesale
purposes; extensive yard in re:r of building
For temi, apply to
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Real Estate Agent, No. 27 Broad-street.
December 9 w
TO REM'. THAT DEsIKABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. 90 CemiBg-street, containing
seven square rooms, two attics, a pantry, and all ne?
cessary outbuilding?. Possession given on the 1st
Jauuarr. For part culars apply on tho PHEMISES,
or at No. 7 GE0RGE-3TRFET.
December 18 fmwtuA
mo RENT. FOB THREE YEARS, EX
JL ETER PLANTATION, on tho Wc stem branch
of Cooper River, containing about 83 acres good
Rico lands and a large tract of Cottou or Providion
lands. It Is easy ol acce-s by rail or river transpor?
tation, being about V8 miles from thc city. Lessee
to pay for all papers aud to furuifh approved securi?
ty. Apply to T. GRANGE SIMONS, Commis-ion
Apnl. *"?. tr-' an.* Mechanics' Bank, East Bav.
December li twa
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP.-THE UN
DEHS1GNED haye; in accordance with the
Acts of GeDemi AHSCIUUV, and under Crm name of
WILLIAM GURNEY, and in conformity with the
articles of agreement cf limited partnership (bear?
ing date Gth day ot Seplembor, 18G5), expiring this
lt is mutually agreed to renew and couiinuc same
under said agreement te June 1st, 1869.
t-lgued) WM. GURNEY, General Partner.
(Signed) JAY L ADAMS, Special Partner.
Charleston, Dcconicer 1, 18C8.
Dcccmbor 19 wfmlmo
HIUH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
Tho Exercises of this Institution will be re?
sumed on Monday, January 4th. '1 borough instruc?
tion given in Latin, Greek, French, German, Mathe?
matics, and tho higher branches of English,
Terms.-Twelve dollars per quarter, payable in ad?
vance. No extra charge for french, German or Sta?
tionery. W. R. KINGMAN, A. M.,
December 22 12 Principal.
Ititi fei in piin?rufltfi)^
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FUR SOUTH C AROLINA
NOVEMBER 1ER M. 1868.-IN TUE MATTER OF
ALFRED PRICE, OF CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT
PETIIION FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a Hearing be had
ou the nineteenlh dey pf Jaunir y, 18J9, at Federal
Courthouse, in Charleston, ts C., und that all Credi?
tors, kc of said Bankrupt appear ?it said time and
place, and ?-how cause, il a. y they eau, why the
prayer ol' the Petitioner should not Dc granted ; and
th it the seend and third meetings of ? rcdPors of/1
eaid Bankrupt willie hc!dat the elli o ot R. U. CAR- 1
PEN TER, Esq., Rf-gi~trur of Second Congressional
District, South Caro.ina, on tho seventeenth day oj
January, 18(19, at 12 M.
By urdir of the Cou t, tho 19th day of Dec. nober,
1868. - DANIEL HOULBEOK,
Clerk ol the District Court of the United Slates for
South.Carmina. \v3 Dcc-.-in'cr 23
IX THE D1STK1CT COURT OF THE
UNITED STA'! ES, FOR SOUTH CAR07>INA
NOVEMBER TERM. 1SCS-IN THE MATTER CF
M'ritRlS ALEXANDER. OF CHiELESTON, BANK?
RUPT-PETH iuN Fi.R FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTt Y-Ordered, That a hear
iug bc had on the nineteenth day of January, 18.".'.), at
Fcdeiul Courthouse in Charleston, S. C.; uud that all
Crediors, fcc, of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, aud fhotv cause, if any ihry eau, why
the prayer ol the Petitioner should not bo granted.
And that the Eecoud ami third meetiugs of Cr. ditera
of said Bankrupt will be hold at the office of H. ?.
CARPENTER, Ea*, Registrar of thc second Con?
gressional District, S. c., on the tetenlttnth dav of
January, 1869, at 12 M.
By order of thc Court, tho 19ih day of December,
1865. DANIEL H RLBECK,
Clerk Of the District Court ol the United States for
South Carolina. w3 December 23
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED S I ATES, EUR 'IHK DIS 1 RIOT UF
SOUTH (.'AROi INA - IN 1>E MATTER OF
Jos PH A. LEMMON, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
\ PETIIION FUR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED UN I HE 30ru DAY OF NO?
VEMBER. A. I).. 1868. IN f UL COURT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Thi? i-. to give uouee that on lhe/oi(riren(/i
flay rf December, A D. 18t>8, n Warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued against the Esta e i JOSEPH A. ' EM
MO >. of Sumter, in the District oi .-muter,
and State of Soulh Carolina, who bas becu adjudged
a Bauarup: oo bih own petition; that ti e payment
ol any debts ?.nd de ivery of any property beloug
lug to said Bankrap , to him or l"i- hts us-;, aud
the tr i.Bier ot any property by bini are torbidden
by law; that a meeting of tne Crediton of the
said liankrup .ro proTu their debt?-, and to choose
oi.e or more Assigne s ot Ins Estate, will bc held at
o Court or Bankruptcy, to bc holden at No. 7J Broad
f-treet, Charleston, Som li Carolina, before R. B. CAR?
PENTER, Registrar, on the fuurth day of January,
A D., ls"69, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
J. P. BL EPPING.
United States Marshal as Messenger.
December 23 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT
UF SOUTH CAROLINA-IN TUE M ATTI R OF
JAMES c. MARSHALL, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FiLED UN TUE lOrn DAY OF
NOVKMBEB, A. D. 1S63, IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTS.-This is to give notice that on
tho fourteenth day of December, A. D. ls'63, a War?
rant in Bankruptcy was issued against tho Es?
tate of JAMES C. MARSHALL, ol Charleston, in the
District of Charleston, ?md State ol South Carolina,
who has boen adjudged a Bankrupt on his own peti?
tion ?that the payment of any dc: ta and delivery of
a iy property belonging to sai I Bankrupt, to him
or tor his use, and thc trinsfcr of auy properly by
Lim are fbrbiilden by law; that a inseting of the
CnditoiBOl thc said Bankrupt, to prove tb .-ir debts-,
aad to clioose one or moro Assignees of his Estate,
will bs held ut a Court .>'? Bankruptcy, to bo holden
at No. 72 Broad-irec-t. Charletton. .-outh Carolina,
belore R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the fourth
day of Januari/, A. D. lStitf, a' 3 o'clock P. M.
J. I?. M. EWING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
December 21 1
i no WS- UONJS FUR.
THE FAIR F?R THE BENEFIT OF THE "WID?
OWS'HOHE" will be opened at thc " HOME," rn
Broad-strcct, This Day, from Twelve M. to Three
P. M.. and in tho Evening from fceven o'clock to
half-past Ten o'clock, and continue open each day
and evenlnc uT.til further notice.
Admittance ?5 cents; Children 10 cents; Season
lickels 75 cents.
All janies who have promised or desire to make
donations for the Refreshment Tables, will please
tend the same lo the residence of Mrs. M. A. SNOW'
DEN, No. 0 Church-street, as early in thc day as
'i he Street Caw will leavo the Hall at thc close of
the Fair each eveniug, at ha:t-past Ton o'clock pre?
cisely. December 22
Jg IN FESTUNG'S BALL.
WERD STADT FINDEN AM 28TEN DECEMBER,
in Mr. A. HENNE'S Hall, corner of Einer and Line
Strasse, anfangs abends 7 uhr wo zu alle Deutschen
freunde and Bccante Ungeladen sandt.
A.HENNE. I G. HMSENB?TEL.
F. RtlOKELS. I F. SUHRsTADT.
December 22 tathm3+
"piAIB. ANW FESTIVAL,
For tho Benefit of the
MISSION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Will Open on Thursday, 24la Instant,
(Mcoting-streot, near Calhoun,)
TO CONTINUE DUBING CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.
Tickets 15 cents; Season Tickets 50 ccnta; Chil?
dren 10 ce:.ta.
jj?- The public are invited.
Dtcember 23 2
rpHE BEST IN THE WOULD !
WILL EXHIBIT IN CHARLESTON,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, December 38
OX TUE CITADEL G RE EX.
JBS- PERFORMANCE'S DAY AND NIGHT, com?
mencing at balf-pa-t Two ?md half-past Seven P. M.
tSi" Doois open ono hour previous.
J83T- Admission 75 cents; Childreu under 10 years,
STONE ? HURRAY
Will endeavor, by a well directe 1 use of the abun?
dant resources at their couun-nd, to make the com?
ing Exhibitions the moat
Relined and Interesting ever given lu
To render their Circus Entertainment.'! magnificent
beyond all precedent, STONE & AI OBUAY bave made
special engagements with several
FORLIGN AREN IC. CELEBRITIES I
whose marvellous talents excited thc admiration and
won thc applause of the European Capitals.
THE MH''ELL\NEOU? ATTAINMENTS of the
ixtra largo Troupe of Performers have acquired a
perfoctlon which no previous attempts havo reaehed,
SPLENDOR AXD XO YELTY
All establishments engaged in the y ocation of amus?
ing tho public, and positively beyond the losonrces
af any other exhibition, of wuatcver kind, to imitate.
Many ot the Asta and Feats aro
ENTIRELY NEW IN AMERICA !
And will be executed by Artists
TIA VIX G XO P A II A L L E I S
In their Amusing Specialties.
December 23 5
FRUIT FOR TUE HOLIDAYS.
BART & WIBTH,
Nos. 55 AND 57 MARKET-STREET,
H WE IN STORE,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
Orv/\ BUNCHE H DANANAS
OUU 3000 Plantaina
10.O03 Florida Oranjes
500 barrels Nortncrn App'c*-G-nining. Dald
wiu. Ni rthe n Spy and Gill Flower
200 boxes Assorted fayer Rai-ius
2000 pounds Drum oud Hox Fig)
50 barrels Assorted Nuls
CO.OOn Torpedoes. Parut
50 boxes Fire Cr.u-kers
260 barrels Peach Blow Potatoes
500 barrels Prliic.- Albert Potatoes
J i 0 barrels Pi.ik-Eyc ?otutoe<?
2?.0 ba'reN Da vi i S Seedling Potatoes
200 ban-els Western Red Potatocva
100 biri els Garnet's thill Potatoes.
All of which will bc sold at tho LOWE -T CA sn
PRICER December 17
?7R A1?GE ?- PX? ?v APPl? ES ?:c~
JUST A R HIV KU PKK S HOOVKII
ROSALIE, FROM KLBUTHERA, WEST
?1000 Grape Fruit
. 150 dosen Pineapples
300 bunches Banana-.
All of which will bo sold t^U?AP, at thc lowest
cash l?ricos, ut Bill, it Wilt TH'S,
Decemb r 13 Nos. 55 auJ 57 Market-:trcct.
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS !
W E HAVE ALWAYS ON II\ND A URGE SUP
?V PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Bananas. Pineapple, Plantains, Cocoanuts, Lemons,
Raisins, Fica, Dates aa I Nurtnern Apples, Po.atoes,
Onions, and Nuts ul nil ?iuds
BART J: WlfrTH,
Noa. 53 aud 57 Market-street.
November 28 2mo*
~ ORANGES! ORANGES ?
/"V,/"V.?~, ORANG I'S INFIXE ORDER,
?0*\J\J\J aud for>alc ati2 50pcr hundred.
100 bunche? BANANAS, fresh and good; Guava
Jelly, in quarter aiul half boxes Pineapples, Coot n
nuts, Plantains, Lemons; 50 bartels Apples, red
AND, ALSO IN STOltEt
ONIONS, Potatoes, Northern Turn ps, Carrots',
r.ccts, Parsnip and Pickled and Saaobtd Hoe?, and
all for salo vei y cheap by
Mrs. C. D. KENRICK.
No. 83 isoulh side) Marko -street.
Dc-'cmber 1 . SI
OMA BOXES BEST QUALITY ADAMANTINE
?l\ i\J CANDLES
100 half boxes best .malil v Adamantine Candle?.
For sale by HENRY CO BIA A ?0.
December 21 niwfj
G. W. STEFFENS & CO.,
CORNER KING AND GEOR?E STREETS,
HAVE JUST RECKiVlLD :
CHOICE SUPPLY OF FANCY GROCERIES
FOR THE HOLIDA?S,
CONSISTING Ci PA BT AS FOLLO* rv.
RAISINS, in whole, half sud quarter boron
Dried Figs. Dates, Citrou
Ji Hies, Prc?erves, Pickles, Sances
Flavoring Extracts, Canned Emit5, Smoked Salmon
Halibut Fins, Yarmouth Bloaters, kc.
Cases of Carte Noize and Carte Blanche CHAM?
CU Shorry, Port, Madeira, Malaga and Native Wines
Gibson k Co.'s Cabuwt, Hannis k Co.'a Acme, and
Old Family Nectar, Bye, Bourbon and Monon?
Old Cognac ?nd Domestic Brandies.
A fresh snpply of fine GREEN and BLACK TEAS,
New orleans and Sugar-house Syrups
Choice Sugar-cutcd Hams, at a low price.
A eupply of first class FAMILY GROCERIES, which.
will be sold at lowest niaket prices.
Dccombsr 19 3w2
WELCH & BEANDES,
Ko. 215 EAST BAY,
(Directly opposite the New Custom House,)
1 f\(\f\ BUL?. SEED AND TABLE POTATOES
IAJ'JKJ Peach Blow Potatoes
Prince Albert Potatoes
Jackson White Potatoes
Garnet Chili Potatoes
Pink Eye Potatoes
Cosco White Potatoes
P. E. Ru-set Potatoes
Goodrich Seedling Polatoes
300 bbls. Western Apples ,
25,000 clear Oranges bv every t teamer, selected
from the most celebrated groves in Flo: ida
AO boxes choice Messina Lemons
lu-J bbls. assorted Nuls
Poper sholl Almonds
Sicily Solt Shell .Almonds
Texas Pecan Nuts
8000 Uara -oa Cocoanuts
100 packages Capo Cod Cranberries, quarters,
halves and whole bbls.
200 boxes Raisins, quarters, halves and wholes
GO cases Sardines, quarters, halves and wholes
150 cases canned Ftuits, (sc., Tomatoes
Peaches, Asparagu?, Green Cern
Oysters (fresh and pickled) shrimps, kc,kc.
Figs, Currants. Citrou
Dates, Hananas, kc.
20 kegs pr mo Malaga Grapes
6 bbls. selected Lady Apples for decorating
100 boxes "Keillor's" superior assorted Tackase
Candies, lor which wc have the >o\o agency
for tbis State:
Cocoa Fruit Candy
Bose Bud CaLdj
Fruit Cream Candy
Flor de Mayo
These goods have been personally telected by us,
and with tho utmost conti knee we ofter thom as
equal if not superior to auy in the Southern mir
kefs. December 22
Mercantile Co-Operative Association,
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
JUST RECEIVED, A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
ot GROCEIlIEa. consisting ot Crushed, Pow
ucred A, B and extra C. with all grades of BROWN
SUGARS; Mocha, Java, Luguayra and Rio Coffer;
also. Parched mid Ground Code*?; Oolong, Young
and Old Hyson, and English Breakfast Teas; Goshen
and Fresh Butler, "K. lt." Leaf Lard, Canvased and
Plaiu Hams, S. C. Strips aud Shoulders, Tongues, F.
IL Beet Family Pork, Sausage, kc.
SYRUP, MOLASSES, &c.
S. It. FLOUR and Family In bags. Buckwheat, and
Cheese of thc following brands: Pineapple, Edam,
English Dairy, Factory and Sap Sago; smoked Sal?
mon and Mackerel, in packages of every sizu.
RAISINS, CITHON, o.e.
Qnartor, Half and Whole Boxes RAISINS. Cur?
rants, Citron, Figs, Prunos, Almonds, and assorted
Nuts; Choice Piesorvcs, in 1, 2 and 3 lb. Jars; Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables, in Caus of 1 and 2 lbs. ; Vine?
gar, Olive (Ficnch) Oil, in half pints, pints and
quirts; Biscuits of every kind.
CHAMPAGNE IPipor), in pints and quarts; Sherry,
Madeira, Part, Claret and other Wines. Also, Whis?
kies, Urand os, Oin, Rum, kc.
Our assortment ic complete, and wo Invite an ex?
amination ef our stock ana prices
Don't fail to call at
'. MERCANTILE CC-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION,"
N. W. corner King and Calhoun streets.
US" Goods delivered free.
J. BENNETT LA NN EAU, Manager.
R. E. PENNAL, Assistant Manager.
December 22 3
GUODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
LANDING AND IN STORE
PALMETTO riO-NEER COOPERATIVE
S. TP. CORNER MEETING AND MARKET STS.,
NEW LAYER RAISINS-, lil QUARTER, HALF
and whole boxes
>ew Seodlci-s Raisins
New Currants and Citron
Dried Figs, m oue-lliird, one, two and a half and
eight pound drums
Freutli Prunes, in cans and jars
New Turk.sh I-rueo?, for sieving
Guava Jolly, iu half and one pound boxes
Sardines, in q arter, half and whole bnr.es
Fro-h Peaches. Po rs, Pineapples aud strawberries,
fu two poi-nd cans
Fresh Mackeroi und t-almon, in one pound cans
Euglish and AI: oricau Pickles, quarts and ??nls
No. 1 Gold Chop Fire Crackers
Monongahela, Rye, Cabinet aud Uourbou W'.iiskey ;
Malaga, Port aud Sherry Wiuc
Frenen and American Brandy and Old Tom Gin,
bottled and on draught
Spices of all kinds, ground and whole
Tapioca.Sago, Maiz.ma, Cornstarch, Arrowroot
Cream Tarta , Baker's Premium Chocolaio
Broma, Cocoa und Cocoa Paste
Choiee New York SiiTar-cared Pig Hams, unbigied
Edwards' Celcbiaied Washington Hams, small sizes,
Smo-ed Tongues. Beef, Salmon ami Haiibut.
A choice and complete assortment of FAMILY
GROCERIES, whii-h we t'lianiutee tu aell at thc low?
est market juices for cash.
Goods delivered Ire-.
No charge for packages! Btcemhor 18
JU-. T ItECEIVED. IS FIVE OR I; ER USD
fresh, by th ? Shaula : ship Pedio, arrived on
Tuesday la t ftoni Havana
" 15.0HH flue I IRA -GE?
30 buneh.-s of splendid Bauauas
A good lot of PINEAPP1 LS and PLANTAINS.
For sale cheap by Mrs. <; D. KENRICK,
No. iW Market-Street s .Utk side,
December 17 Near MotMi"?-strect.
APPLES : APPLES ! APPLES !
NORTHERN AND WALHALLA APPLES AT
SI, $1 25 and SI 50 per hundred, at
MOFFE1T k WHARTON'S,
No. 22 East Bay. rorn'r ol'
December 17 10 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
CHOICE COTTON SEED.
THE SUBSCRIBER, DAVID DICKSON, OF SPAR?
TA, takes this method of informing the cot?
ton planters of thc South that he has marie every
arrangement for t .e snle and shipment of tho DICK?
SON sbL EC r COTTON SEED. Ile la iu no way
connected with David Dickson, of Oxford. Gcorsii,
and has carefully si-lected this seed himself. The
seed which has been twice fleeted, is ottered at S2
per bushel. The sumo sec I which has been care?
fully selected for the last Ihre? years, is offered at
fr, jier bushel or live bu-bels lor S20, delivered at
thc do, o'. In order to insure n -aie delivery tho
following direction; sho lld be complied With: Write
the name and postofflec plainly; send the money hy?
man, taking a certificate from the Postmaster, and
if tho money is lo>t thu .-c'd will be fenton the ro
ceipt of Ibe certificats. To prevent frauds ou p'an
tcr?>, uo agents are employed, and all letters must be
directed to DAVID DICKSON,
Sparta, Hancock County, Georgia.
December IS Imo
Q?AA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT TO AB
0\J\J\J RlVEperShip "Kimmi Funder."
For i ale by T. -J. K ERR k 00.
?wanes ?a? <?MMmm
GEORGE H. GRUBER.
N ? 31. PORTER 6i CO.,
HAR RECEIVED, PER RECINT ARRIVAL!?,
the following GOODS, which b-ve been care?
fully selected by experienced merchants, which be
OFFERS AT LOWEST CASH PRICES:
"WINES, LIQUORS, ALES, &C.
A supplv choice OLD SHERRY. MADEIRA, AND
PORI WINE, Moet At Chandon's Green Seal, Heid?
siek k Co.'s and Imperial Cabinet Genuine Spark?
ling Champagne, Finest Hennessy and O tard Bran?
dy, vintage ot 1868 and 18G0; Blackberry and Cherry
Brandy, Old Imperial Eagle tnd Van Dunck'a Old
Geneva Holland Gin, Jamaica Rum, Superior Bour?
bon Whisker, three years old; Old Nect?-, Cabinet,
dcotch and Rye Whiskies, Stoupblon's and Dr. Cut?
ter's En lish Bitters.Plantaiion ?.ad Hosteler's Bit?
Younger k Co.'s. McEwan and Bass' Sparkling
ALr. Bremen Ale, choice brands Stout Portor.
UJolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapp?.
Assoried Cordial? and Syrup.
Cigsi s and Tobacco.
For sale by GEORGE H. GBUBEB,
Old S-tand N. M. Porter A- Co.,
December S3 1_No. 236 King-street.
UNDERWOOD & CO.'S PREPA?
FRESH TOMATOES, GREEN PEAS, SUGAR
Cora, Mixed Pickles, lomato Ketchup, Paoli
sauce, Walnut Ketchup, Mushroom Ketchup, Pep?
per Sauce, French Capers, Roast Beef, Veal, Chicken
and T urkey, Fresh Salmon, Lobster, Cove Oysters
and Mackerel, Olive Oil Cross k Blackwell's and
Colman's Enclish Mustard, French Mustard, genu?
ine Currio Powder, White Pppper.
Cox's sparkliig GELATINE, Cooper's Shred and
Burnett's and Preston ti Merrill's Assorted Ex?
tracts-Rose, Peach and Orang* Flower Water,
Ceylon, Cinnamon, Cassia, Mace. Nutmegs,
Cloves, Gr und African and Race Ginger.
Sago, T apioca, Pearl Barley, Roil Italian Marcaroni
Finest Brands Sardines, Spiced Oysters, Pickled
Assorted English Pickles, quarts and pints, viz:
White Onions, Picolilli, Mixed Piakles, Chow
Chow and Walnuts.
Assorted English Sauces, viz: lea&Perrin's Wor?
cestershire, Reading. John Bull, Harvey's Wal?
nut, Mushroom, Anchovy and Breakfast Sauce.
For sale by GEORGE H. GRUBER,
December 23 1 No. 236 King-street
RAI INS, CITRON, CURRANTS,
r7~ BOXES, HALF BOXES AND QUABTFE
I rj BOXES LONDON LAYER RAISIN'S
18 boxes Now Genoa Citron
3 casks New Zante Currants
3 cases (half and quarter drums) finest Eleme
1 cask New Tm kiah Prunos
2 bales Fresh Taragon Almonds
1 bale Languedoc Almonds
15 cases Assort- d Piescrves, lu Sugar and Natu?
5 cases Fren< h Brandy Fruits
5 cases Assorted Jellies, in Glass Jars and
Tumblers; Dundee Marmalade
a casps finest quality Preserved Ginger, in
For sale by GEO. H. GRUBER,
December 23 1 No. 236 King-street.
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
-f f\ HALF BBLS. CHOICE PIECES PICKLED
5 half bo's Fielded Ox Tongues
5 half bbW Choice Pickle Pig Pork
1? bbl*. Extra Sug.r-curcd Pig Hams
Extra Brcakfat-t Bacon Strips, Pig shoulders, Smok?
ed Beet and Smoke! Tongues.
Bologna Sausage, Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut
Extra large No. 1 Mackerel, Mess Mackerel, Pickled
Salmon, Piel led Trout, Sounds and Tongues,
Halibut Fins and Extra Scaled Smoked Herrings
500 lbs St. George's Real Codfish.
Fr sale by GEORGE H. GRUBER,
December 23 1_No. 236 King-street
GOSHEN BUTTER, IMITATION
ENGLISH CHEESE, ?Sic.
6FIRKIN'S CHOICE NEW YORK STATE BUT
3 firkins Cooking Butter
1 cask Rich Imitation English Choose, ? boxes
Mild Factory ( house. 5 boxes "Norton's" Superior
Pineapple Cheese, 3 cases Young America, Jr.'?,
Cheese, 75 pounds Sap togo or Green Cheese, 2
cases Round Eldam or Du'ch Cheese; Pecan Nut?,
Cranberries, Split Peas, White Beans, Dried Apples,
Dried Peaches and Peac h Blow Potitoos.
For sale by GEO. H. GRUBER.
Dccemlor 23_1_.No. 236 King-street.
?T?TTTRLARD AND CHEESE.
i)?r FIRKINS CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER
?JO 20 barrels Pure Leal lard
30 firkin- Pm o Leaf Lard
50 pails Tu;e Leal Lord
50 pails Pressed Lard
15 boxes Pineapple Cheese
10 boxes "Stilion" "Young America" Cheese
25 boxes Imitation English Cheese
60 boxes English Tairy Cheeso
100 boxes Prime Factory Cheeso
50 boxes Orange County Cheese
75 boxes "Skimmed" cheese.
For sale by W. H. CHAPEE & CO,
December 23 2 Ko. 207 East Bay f-treet.
CORN AND OATS.
fl fl A BUSHELS PRIME FLINT CORN
tr UU COO bushela Prime Oats.
Lauding from steamer Fakon.
For sile by R. M. BUTLER,
December 23 1 No. 72 East Bay.
KNOXVILLE CITY MILLS
I r* A BAGS CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR FROM
IOU abovo Mill
100 bbls. Family Flour at 59 75 to $10
10J bbls. Extra Flour at ?8 50
100 b -"ls. Fine and Super Fine Flour at SC 75 to
Received on consignment and for sale by
J. N. ROBSON.
Nos. 1 aid 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JUST RECEIVED PER LAST
i)r WHOLE BOXES LONDON LAYER RAISINS
j^O 23 half boxss Loudon Layer Raisins
50 q-arter bo-ves Loudon Layer Raisins
2 caska New Zante Currants
2 talcs l angucdoc solt Shell Almonds
2i.O ilrnnii Extra Eleme Figs
173 Extra Choice rmoked Tongues.
A full assortment of Choice FAMILY GROCERIES.
For salo low by D. A. AM ME,
Southeast Comer Market and Meeting-stieets.
PR?M? NEW ORLEANS MC
I C\C\ BARBELS PRIME N. O. MOLASSE?,
W-)\J just received.
For sale by T. 'J UPPER A SONS.
3? h lids SUGAR to arrive.
December 23_ 2
1L?QUOU ! LIQUOR !
EECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT, FOR IMME?
DIATE cash returns, a largo invoice cased
LIQUORS aud barrels WHISK t Y.
Same will be sold exceedingly low for cash at
J. &F. DAW.-ON'S,
Coner East Bay and Accommodation wharf.
December 23 C
POTATOES, FLOUR, F1*H_. kc.
QAA BARRELS POTATOES
O U U 300 barrels Fl our
?i o boxes Herrings
10,000 Fire Bricks
Mackerel, Apples, &c.
Cargo of schooner Ranger, from Portland.
I or sale by T. 1UPPE S k SONS,
December 23 2 Brown's wharf.
COA L ! CUAL!
200 landing, which will be sold low, by ap?
plying to F. P. SEIGNIOUS,
Corner East Bay and Hasel-street, r.ast side.
QdCi r0SS SUPEHIOB CUMBERLAND COAL,
.J\J\J selected expressly tor Blacksmiths' use.
Laudiug from schooner Jos. W. Wilson, from
Alexaidria, and for salo by
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
Coal Yard. Cumberland-street.
BOUCHE FILS & CO.'S
F-.-r .-ale by all leading Grocers and Wino Merchant,
N. B.-THESE WINES HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED
A HIGH REPUTATION m Charleston and ober
Southern cities, and ure in every respect of the first
class mwf?mo November 23