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ftf E "W ?? SUMMARY.
-Gold closed yesterday at New York some?
what firmer at S5L
-The New York cotton market waa quiet
anti steady. Sales 2000 bales at 25c.
-^Cotton at Liverpool closed quiet and steady.
Sales 10,000 bales.
-The London Ritualists claim to have con
-verted the Prince and Princess of Wales.
-A New York surgeon haB revived tho chi
lurgical idea of amputating the little toe of
chi Idren to prevent corns in after life.
-A member of the Florida Legislature has
sold his orange crop, numbering two hundred
thousand, for four thousand dollars.
-The first sowing machino was made by a
German named Madersbcrgcr, o? Vienna, in
-the year 1815.
-A petition to Parliamenb>to legalize mar?
riage with a deceased wife's sistor isheing nu?
merously signed in England.
-Rothschild's son swore that his father's
property was under ono thousand million
-The recent eruption of Mount Etna rapidly
subsided, and the volcano has shown little
signs of activity for the past two weeks.
- Rothschild left twenty-fivo hundred francs
annuity to every clerk who had been ten years
in his eervice.
-The pews in Dr. Hall's church, Fifth ave?
nue, New York, sold for from $1000 to $1000
-Bismarck's betrothed daughter is a slen?
der girl, of medium height, dark brown hair,
bluish gray eyes, a scraewhat too high fore?
head, and very pretty hands.
-Ip Robert Donner's stable, his horses are
led from a box in tho floor, ho believing that
nature intended they should lako their food
from the level of their feet.
-General Joseph E. Johnston is now acting
as agnt, for thc Stales of Georgia and Alaba?
ma, of th o New York Life Insu.anc9, and tho
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance
-General Jubrl A. Early pronounces Mr.
Pollard's statement tbat Stonewall rJackson
once ordered a night attack by :'assailauts
btiippcd naked and armed with bowie kui ves."
e::tiie?y without foundation.
-SenatorFerry ia confident thal his Amnesty
bill will pass thc Sotnle Ly a small mnjority;
but he fears that ho may not carry a two
thirds vote, tho Southern senators hoing at
present ;.lmost unanimous against it.
-Thc Rev. Dr. Rogers, tho Episcopalian
Ritualist of Memphis, wns recently received
* into the llcmr.n Catholic Church of St. Louis,
and publicly participated in the ceremony of
ibo taking of the veil by a Miss Clara Peters,
.of Memphis, formerly of his church.
-Senator Wilson's bill "relating to judges'
provides that any Judge of thc Supreme Court |
m3y, after having attaiued tho ago of seventy
years, re3igu, and thereafter while he lives re?
ceive the same salary as when in active service at
?the dale of his resignation. This id an atton.pt
to introduce tho pension svslem, or what is
equivalent thcroto, into tho civil, or rather the
j udicial, service of the country.
-The editor of tho Kew Orleans Times
"learns with p leasuro that General Rousseau
bas determined to make Lcfln^iana his future
residence." He bas purchased a very fine
plutation, "Dell Isle," near Drashear city,
Berwick's Bay. This is ono of tho mo3t beau?
tiful and produ clive portions of Louisiana.
Tho General has already commerced arrange?
ments for planting. 1
-It is said that Frank Reno, ono of tho ex?
press robbers lynched the other day at New
Albany, Indiana, alono knew of the placo wliero
was deposited ninety thousand dollars, tho
proceeds ot ono of his many robberies'. His
sister visited him some days bstore he was
hanged, nndiricdlo induce him to tell where
thia hoard was concealed; but he rcfuocd. tell?
ing her that if he could uot live to enjoy it. uo
ono else should. '1 bc secret died with him.
-Preliminary measures have been taken,
under the anspicoj ot Ihe Countess of Porli
mouth, for securing to the working women
of London a place where, iu the intervais
of work, thoy may safely resort for vat,
social intercourse, or, where circumstances
and inclination admit cf it, for study
and self-improvement. The scheme will take
?the form of a womaVa club, wuich will pro?
vide refreshments, good in quality and mode?
rate in price, and a room wbcro perfect quiet
and study may bc .obtained, besides anofher
room for conversation and the reception of
-The following ?B the result of the census of
the United States, taken during 18C7, by tho
Bureau of Statistics, through tho aqcucy of
th? revonue officer*, and just published : Six
New England States-whites, 3,430.397; color?
ed, 30,701; total. 8,111,098. Five MiddleStates j
-whites, 9,072,647; colored, 052,109; total, j
9,425,116. Thirteen Seuthoni States-white*,
6,76192?; colored, 3,884.352; total, 10,649.400.
Thirteen Western and Pacilic States-whites,
12,306,081; colored, 54,176; total, 483,950. Nine
Territorios-whites, 435,774; colored, 51,176;
total, 489,950. Total number of people m the
United States m 1867-whites, S2.119,829; col?
ored, 4,403,371; total, 30,743,198. Total in 1860
-whites, 26,975,575; colored, 4.469,505; total,
-A Washington lotter, of Monday, gays :
"Mr. Sumner, after diligent inquiry, has found
that there arc still some laws remaining on our
statute books which have that odious word
"white* in them. These offending statutes aro
the naturalization law3, and there is not much
chance that they wtllstano before tho vigorous
-attacks which Mr. Sumner has already com?
menced upon thom. To-day he began the war?
fare with the presentation of an immenso me?
morial purporting to como from tho 'Colored
Convention of Norfolk,' whatever that may be,
asking that the naturalization laws bo purged
of their contempt. lu presentins this memo?
rial, Mr. Sumner mado some characteristic re?
marks, and thcre.ia no doubt that the Judiciary
Committee will give it that favorable conside?
ration bo bespoke."
-The poet Whittier, m his letter to thc New
England din ier at Washington (refcrrod to in
our telegrams yesterday) says: 'Neither
politics nor theo'o-jy are, with us, grounds for
personal animosity. A Southern planter who
visited Boston jnst before tho attack on Fort
Sumter, said to me: *I thought you Yankees
Lated us as badly as we nato you, but Til bo
hanged if I can ste that j ou hate us at all.'
The planter was right. Even now, much as
we havo antlered from the most causeless re?
bellion since Satan'? revolt in Heaven, clothed
as BO many of our homos are in mourning for
the slain of our people, wo certainly have no
hatred for the inhabitant of thc South. On
the contrary, weare thankful fer any opportu?
nity of aiding them in restoring their waste
placas. I have no doubt that at this moment
a majority of our people would heartily agree
with me in supporting the motion just made
by a New England senator to remove the disa?
bilities of those at proseut disfiancbised in the
revolted States, and maho amnesty and suf?
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1868.
THERE WILL BE >;O SUSPENSION of our
daily issue on account of Christmas. THE
NEWS will be published as usual to morrow
Our Christmas Greeting.
And what shall we gay io the people
whom we love on this fair Christmas morn ?
We do not desire to look wearily back on
the sorrows of a gloomy pasl; ner would
we dwell upon thc drifting cloud which
mars the brightness of to-day. We had
rather speak of the future, whose trouble
or gladness is all concealed, and assert the
Christmas creed divine-charity, peace,
good-will. Now may we pluck out the
thorns which have rankled in our flesh, and
buckle on for aye that armor of tolerance
and trust which will shield from harm and
danger our people and our State.
-It is a grave responsibility which we
now have to bear. The freedmen who live
in-the midst of us are capable of good or
harm, as we by our actions may decide.
The evils which grow out of their changed
condition, bc they few or many, are laid
not to our charge; but this docs not relieve
us from tuc task of taking by the hand
those who are ignorant and j oor, and who
have not that sober knowledge which would
enable thom to stand and walk alone. It
is our plain and solemn duty to do all that
can bc done for the elevation and improve?
ment of thc colored people of the South.
We cannot shift the burdec from our shoul?
ders by crying cul-"We did not make them
"free." They are free, their future de?
pends on UP; and we must 6ee to it that they
who arc no longer slaves of ours shall not
become thc grovelling thralls of misery
aud vice. We cannot make them, in a mo?
ment, all that they ought to he. Wc may
never bc able to make them all that we de?
sire. Yet must wc persevere in well-doing;
for Providence has made the colored people
our wards, and we dare not refuse tho
trust. From them we have already had
many u slight lo bear; but neither thought?
less conduct nor personal wrong should
cause us to cast them off und deny them
our counsel and our care. This at first
may win but little thank;; but kindness
persevered in and faith always kept, at last
must prevail. These ure tho teachings of
self-interest, and they are also the teachings
of that highest law which God himself hus
But not of the colored race alone must
we think and speak this day. We must net
forget the swarming millions of the North
and West who, at home or in the field, bat?
tled agaiust us throughout that terrible
struggle which has ploughed eternal fur?
rows on the face of the suuny South.
Four years have well-nigh pass, d Binco
the ruined Losls of (he Confederacy laid
down thc arms they had borne KO long and
well. South Carolina is once more a mem?
ber of the grand sisterhood of States for
which eur fathers fought. Massachusetts
anl Louisana, Georgia and thc Golden
State, now t?and side by side, and it is full
time that we should renounce forever the
angrj legacy of war. Far be it from us
to ask that thc soldier whose body was
pierced, and thc matron who?n heart was
broken, should be neglected or forgotten.
This can never be. The sacred sword still
shall hang by the Christmas hearth; the
lomb shrill still be wreathed with sweet
memorial flower?; the brave who live, and
tko mc-mory of the heroic dead, shall etill
be more precious than rubies in our sight.
And yet comity and hjilc may be removed,
and this whole vast territory be joined in a
fraternal union of friendliness and love.
Wc would not give to every man our confi?
dence and trust. Wc would not clasp each
stranger to our breast. But we would root
out the seeds of prejudice and hate, and
weigh the Northern man in the self-same
balance in which thc Southern man is
weighed. There should not be ono stand?
ard for the South and another for the North
and West. Il becomes not a bravo people
to be unjust, because they were worsted in
the fight. We must, judge as we would be
judged; and in according to others a sin?
cerity of purpose like unto our own, we
owe it to ourselves to give a cordial greet?
ing to every leal and upright man, come
whence he may.
And these things of which we speak may
not be dismissed with a word or a jest.
Christmas-tide is upen us, and the New
Year is knocking at coir gates. Once more
we are brought face to face with what we
have done and what wo have failed to do;
and we ask our people, can they implore the
blessing of the Almighty upon themselves and
their State-can they pray that they may
be forgiven their own wreng-doing,"" if they
still nurse their ancient wrath, and look
with the eye of hate upon even their bit?
terest foe ? To pray for pardon for our?
selves, while we refuse to pardon those who,
according to our belief, have injured us,
is a mockery and a sham.
Thi3 is thc season when friendships arc
renewed and every wound ?3 healed, when
coldness is dispelled by the warmth of the
Christmas fires, and families link them?
selves together hy new and stronger tics
And if we read aright the mighty epic of
Christmas tide, this vast family of States,
these thirty millions of people, will forget
and forgive the feuds of the past, aud stand,
when to-morrow dawns, upon the threshold
of a new era of kindness, happiness and
trust. North and South, Eist and West,
shall then be but one; and the whole Union
will welcome the New Year as the seal of
that ne w covenant which shall bind this peo ?
pie together as though with hooks of steel.
Ia this hope and with this trust, we wish
our readers, with all our heart, A MERRY,
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND UArr-Y NEW YEAR!
Onr Christmas Supplement.
One year ago we presented to our readers
our Christmas Supplement, containing the
Christmas Story of "No Thoroughfare,"
written for tho occasion by Charles Dickens,
the gre it English novelist, and our Christ?
mas Supplement issued to-day will not bc
found wanting in any of the elements of
interest which made that of twelve months
since a welcome visitor te ten thousand
Christmas firesides. Our Supplement to?
day contains "My Wife's Promise," a
thrilling and weird story, by the well
known author, Miss M. E. Braddon, now
published for the first time in the South;
thc story of "Zillah, the Witch," by the
author of " Mildred's Wedding," a vivid,
powerful and fascinating sketch of life and
its mysteries; tho "True Stery of Blue
Board,*' hythe "Fat Contributor.'," a jelly
and humorous vorsion sf a thrice told tale;
a number of graphically written miscella?
neous articles, and a selection of Christmas
This is our Christmas present to the
readers if TUE NEWS.
Lcsklnsou thc Bright .Sisle.
Some of our friends arc disposed (o com?
plain because it is our custom to look al?
ways on the bright side. They say thal, we
are too sanguine, and that wc are inclined
to make ligiit cf what really arc serious, if .
not luiucus troubles. We do not admit
thal our friends are in the right. We do
no: acknowledge thal we are one whitmore
hopeful than we ought to be. Bul v.-e say,
that evan if vre do laugh at irouble, nnd so i
make a heavy burden easy io be borne, we i
are lu? the disciples of a new philosophy '
which cannot fail to bc a stimulus and j
an encouragement to thc South. i
This poor people was tossed to and fro 1
until every head was dizzy and every arni J
unnerved. And yet when thc storm was at (
ils height we frankly said "we can bear this
"prosed buffeting and shaking with far more I
"equanimity than the threatened uphciiv
"iugs of the future." Wailing did not ave
us; we went from bad to worse; and yet ;
when thc last hope seemed gone some kin I
angel saved us from the imminent destruc?
A wall of adamant separated us from se?
curity, and our faith has battered it down.
Fortune was clad in a panoply of brass, bul
wc chained her io our chariots. Again and
again we were told that a certain event
wculd crush our trade and destroy our dig?
nity and pride. Thc event took place, but
our trade WR3 no* crushed, nor li td ive loss
manly yood breeding than twice len years
before. Then fore is il. that we have no
faith in tho timid one?, who cry oui that v.e
cannot do this nnd must not da that, Wha<
we have dons once ive eau do ?gain.
li is our firm belief that South Carolina
cannot be kept down. We viii proipcr,
and thal1, prosper, whatever thc eddy
against us; for it seems thal, like ?ho well
kuowu flower, we flourish belier the more
they would tread us iu thc dust. At ihn
moment, wc are moro soundly prosperous
than we have been at ?ny tims .since Ihe
beginning of the war. Oar trade is active
and healthy. Each forward s^[> is retain?
ed. And if wo Eomctimrs ??cera io tura cur
backs on good cheer, il is only thal we nviy
make a better star; ia runaiug the race
wita cd vert Ky.
Strangely enough, it is sometimes unpop?
ular to be hearty and chocrful; but we :it
least are confident on principle. Wc ham
faith ia Ihe energy and adaptability ot' our
pcopla. We lav* faith in their power to
command success, and in their m-rit lu de
servait. We believe that Charleston uni'
S; uth Carolina will yet le household words
wherever courage, enterprise and hones'y
Bud a recognition acd rawu.rd
This is eur philosophy. We know ibip
people, and, because we know, we trust th? ai
Wc know this people, and, knowing thou.',
have no manner of dcubt. Nothing could
persuade us that our couuiry will b* any
other than prosperous ; and no monal
power cia eonviccc us that South Carolina
will not soou cast thc ashes frere her brow
and wear her robes of fleeoy white, and
Ceres' crown ol' autumn gold, with all thc
modest dignity of a rich and powerful
This is tho faith whioh removes moun?
tains from the path. And if we are wrong
which we aro not-wo had rather fall with
all our colors flying, than haul them down
like cravens at the first noto of harm.
WE SUALL SEND to all our Tri-wcckly
subscribers.ihe Christmas number ef THE
DAILY NEWS issued this morning, and the
Daily edition of to-morrow, instead of the
usual TRI -WEEKLY NEWS of Saturday. This
will be our Christmas greeting to the read?
ers of TUE TRI-WEEKLT NEWS throughout
this State, as far North as Maine, and as
far West as Illinois, California and Texas.
OF!ICE OF UDOLrHO WOLFE,
Sole Impm ter of the SeUt?am Aromatic Schnapps,
Na it'4 Beavcr-strcct.
KEW YORK, November 3. 18G8.
To thc People of thc Southern States :
WHEN THE PURE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely kne*n as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was in rodueed iute thc world under
tao endorsement of four thousand leading members
of thc medical proiession some twenty yeare nco, Its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape thu ponalty attac'iied to all new and useful
preparations. Il-, therefore, endeavored to invest il
with strongest possible sajorna rd against counter?
feiters, and lo lender all attempts to pirate it dim
cult and dmgerous. It wa? submitled to distin?
guished chemists for analysis, aud pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having oecB thus asce rtained, sam?
ples of tho article wer.- forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, including all thc leading practitioners in
tho United Statos, for purposes ol experiment. A
circular, requcFtiB? a trial of thc preparation aud a
report of ihe result, accompanied LZ?h specimen,
i'our thousand of the most cmiuent medical men iu
thc Union promptly responded. 'Their opinions of
the article were unanimously favorable. fcucb a
propara tien, they said, had loni been wanted by
the prolusion, a* no relian-e could be placed on the
ordii?:iry liquor.? of commerce, all of which were
moro or less adulterated, and therefore unfit fer
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of the oi of juniper, wnich formed one of
the principal ingredients et tiic schnapp?, together
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic cle?
ment, give it, in the estimation of thc faculty, a
marked suporisrity over every other diffusive atiaau
laHt as a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of the habest runk were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed arith each bottle of thc
schnapps, as enc of tho guarantee- of its geuuino.
nc^s. Other pr-.-cautions against fraud were -Iso
adopted ; a patont waa obtained for thc article, thc
libel was copyrighted, a fae timtlett the proprietor's
autograph signature wa* attached tn each label and
cover, hi? name and that of thc preparation were ( m
bossed on thc bottles, and the corks were scaled with
his private seal. No article had ever been sold in
this country under thc name of Schnapps prior to
tho introduction of Wolfe's fchiodam Aromati;
Schnapps, in 1851; and thu label was deposited, as
bis trade mark, in tho United States District Court
fer the Southern District of New York during that
It might be supposed by persons una-quainied
with the d iring character ef the pirates who prey
upon the reputation ot honorable merchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that the I re?
fections BO carefully thrown around those S'chuapps
would have precluded llie introduction and salo et
counterfeits. They seem, however, only lo have
stimula'cd ibo rapacity of impostor-. Tho bade
mnrkot tb: proprietor has been bteleu; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alon?
received from the medical profession has been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; bis labels and
'lollies hare been imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, his circular.* copied, and worss than all,
dishonorabio mailer*, after dispeling of lbs gcuuice
cootouts ol' his bottles, have fi led llnni up with
common gin, the most dele.ericas of all liquors, aid
thus made bis naruo and br:nd a cover fe." poison.
'1 ho publie, the medical profesi?n and ?he sick,
farwhem ?ho : chi ?dam .'.rom.tie Schnapp? is pre?
scribed rs a rernrdy, are equilly int?r?t e i with Ihe
proprietor tn thedctectioj asd suppression o? these
nelariouspractices, ibo genome article, nisaufuc
tnrcd at tl.c establishment of ike u'idsr.'igncd in
Schiedam, H-V.i?ud, u distilled Iron a barley of ihe
fiaofit quality, and flavored with an essential extract
of tko burry ol' ?he Italian jmipe ., ol unequalled pu?
rity. By a proceta uukaown in thc prcpar/lion of
suv other liquor, it ls ticed frbui every ocr! ra OB lons
ind eorro.ive clorar-nl.
Ceaipbintaluve been received from tho loading
phy.->'ciau3 and families la tue Souther*) .-lat;.; ot
lin sale of cheap imitations of Ibo * culed aia Aro
uiahc S'ekntpps in tlioao markes; and travellers,
\r',:o are in thc bibi' ol u-da-j it a- an Antidote to fae
baneful Influence of mr., holcome river waler, UM
lify thai cheap gin, pul up in Schiedam bottles, is
rrrqueally pjlam? efl' upon rho unwary. 'iLc
jgc>l-J ol ?he. undersigaed have been requested to
lnst!:uto inquiries on th*? subject, and to forward to
Lti.ii the narnu? of such ral lies as they rmi.? u-c.r
iaia to bc engaged in the atroch-us ?yet*:? of de. op?
tion. In eeurluiion. Ute uuderaignod would say thal
l\c has produced, from nuder tho haid? cf the mo t
?iati?siirikeu ajc;j cf seien, e in America, proofs un
unswerabtc of tue purity and medicinal excel?
lence o: ?hu Schiedam Are mal ie Schnapps ; thal
l?o has expended winy thourand do'.la-s ia sur
ronudiat* it with fruanatecf UHJ safeguards, which
he desigacd should protect the public and Urnscli
igaiaat fraudulent Imitations; thal Lc has shown ii
tc bc ?ho only liquor in ?he warld thal can br uni?
formly depended upon a* unadulterated; th-.t Le lias
i-liaL'cuged Investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment .u all its lona*; au-1 front every ordeal
the preparation whi h bears his Dame, r<*al and ir.i.l?
mark, has come nfl' triumphant lie, Iberelorc, feels
il a duly he owes t') las feflow-cltiz ns ?cr ci.lly, to
tho medical profession, and t'.ie sick, to denounce
a.td oxptp; th<; charlatans v.ko counterfeit these erl
dencic* ol identity, ?ind ko e ilis upon iho i ress aud
thc public to ?dd bira in bis eft' >rti lo remedy to great
The following letters ai.d certificates from tbs
leading physicians aud elie mst' ol Ibis eily will
prove t? ibo re ide- tba! a? lt > ?da >'>!d : y the uudcr
slguc larc all that ikey are rcpre icl.-d io bc.
I feel lionnd to say. th it i regard your Schnapps
as bein;; in "Very rispccl prc-rmraenllv pure, ?i:??
do.-crviug ol IB?5dicsl pnr?m?igp. At nil cvefels, ii ?T
tbs puiwtporsibls ?rdele of ttolland Clu, b>retc
lara uneatiinaDle. and . s ; neb may be safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
iMYIU !.. MOTT, >?. J),
Pharroaceu.icai Sew ?'ork.
SC riNX-srrttErrr, New YO-.K, I
Ncvcfuber gi, hlG7. j
UrniLMio V.'oi.rr. Esq., l'.tttnt:
jj,. r Sir-tbavc nra Je a chemical c.<. imiaati.?! nf
s sample of youi Hc?iiedaiu j-chuapps, with tho la
teal oi dr...rai nine if ?-ty fotvlgn oriajnrisns sui -
ataaco t"d bees ad^.d io .t:- simple dis;i ?ed :p,ii:;?.
Tbs exaauaation lias resultotl in tt:e conclusion
that tho sample ceutaiusd nc ni:.- ese sur li ruii'ul
?idnilxtaie. 1 hxvc i-o^a uaabla lo ?isearer :my
tinco ol ibo dclclcrlons ?n!?^:^;:lr;0'' wi, ii ?re cm
ploysd in the adaltoraliea of liquors. I wauld n.?L
bes!rato la usu royaelJ <JV IB recemnund toothers,
Foi' medltlnal purpscii, ?he sc!) v<\*\u :-.iiu.ip?.i a^
au vi..-i.i!o.iia^'i uaabjecllonable variety oi ^iu.
Very resp^cHnlly yonrs,
(Higned.) CHAS. A. SHU.!.:-, Chemist.
Kaw rome No. CRsaa-sraKKT. i
Novuniuor 'J6, 18G7 )
UtMI.PTIO WuurK, (?*<].. I'.?'.'..nt :
?-c.r Sir-', lia'.o sul.miiled to cbcin'cnt aaa'vsls
two botti-9 ol "scalcdam Behaapps." wiii.-h 1 look
i.-om a t:-o-:h n?c'..?go lu yoarb?a??od wafs'iouiie. ?tua
ind. as bHi'oro, that tn? spirituous liquor ls irre
troia luj.inoa? iagredtent? or falsifieaiioa; that it
Iris tho m ur UK ci bring aged and aol reioutly pr
parcW ul ua jooa^iicai admixture of alcohol and arc
R-apecUully, Fu^ri. F. MAYMl,
N'Eit lOBJt. lUaSday, May 1.
Uni'i.rao Vi'vUC nfcij. :
?jeir H\r-i n.- wael ol' ,"K'c Whies ?nd Liquors
for lotdioiiuii purpooiat lia b on long felt b;. ?b? pro
:sssinn, and rhoni<?ndi Kvas havs been sxtniieotl
hy the uso ol adu.lmro.trd articles. D'lirium Iremoa^,
and o!h*i diit.i?os s. tho brain and ?-Tvsr, so nf*
ia (his oounuv, BK Terr rar, ia ar.ro?*. awiilg, i i a
yrttat dos ree, to UM 3iff<rsoco H ibo pu ii y of the
spl it? to'd.
We h. V:- lestod tho sove al article, imponed ?md
rold by you. laotarfios year Oin. whi-h j nu sell un?
der thonamo of Aromatic ocinodsai Usbaapps, which
wu eodtid'T justly entilled lo tho high rspnla'roii it
ba? aeaun-id iu this country ; ?nd fi om your long ex
padoaea ae a foreign import-r, your i?o:t!eo Wiv.es
and Uqaeva should ?ce; w ill ;hu saute dem-iu I.
Wo would reoommon.l y os tc a>pr>?ini wmc ot the
respectable apo?Mcarios in diffcr?Bt paris ol' th'- eily
ns a?eau for th. sain of your Brandies and WITH fi,
wnero ?he prolersinn caa obtain ibo hao.e when
nesdod fer saodieinal purpose*.
Wishing yo? sueoess i* your row Batcrprisrei
Wo roraaia, yoar o'^edleat ^arvaiiU,
VALT?NTINE MO IT, M. i>., l'rof-v-sor ol Surgery,
University nled'cal Collage, New Te k.
J. M. CA?lSOeH.vN. M. D, Prwfessor of Clinical
Suigrry, turgrna-ia-i'bul'lo tho aljtc Uu?piUl,
ic, No. U L'ast S',xteost'i-*rrc-il.
T.UWIH A. SAYRK. ?J. I'., No. 7^' llrsndway.
H P. I'll WE?% M. s.. No. 781 Procdway.
J05??PE WOasiEK, M D.. No \% NisUi-street.
NRLBON SlKKLa, M. *.. K?- 37 rjiceker-srra-t.
JOHN O'RBILLY, M. D.. No. ?t?OFcmH* street.
D. L 2AI'HA?L, M. 9., Irrof-.eor c-t lb* Principles
atd ftraclic-: ol Barmory. New Torli Medieiil Col?
lege, A.c., No. 91 Nmta-t.irect, sud othors.
Thc proprietor also offois for salo.
1?01TLBD WHS ES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and battled by himself, expressly lor me
dleiaal uso. Bach bottle lu? ht* certificate sf its pu?
rity. VDUiiVUV WOLFK.
November ll 9 roos
HORSE WASTED.-WASTED TO
purchase a good SADDLE HORSE of medium
6-.Z". Apply at OFFICE OF TBS CHARLESTON
MINING ?ND M .1N UF ACT CEI S G COMPANY,
Went.verlh-strcet. 2 December 24
PARTS Eil WARTED-A PLANTER OF
thirty years' experience in the culture of cot?
ton, owner ol ono of the ba t places on Johu's
Island, wi dies a Partner who will furnish thc neces?
sary fui d< to plant the place tor the coming year,
and share with him in the crop. Addrrss W., caro
Boper cfc Blaney. mw?3 December 21
WANTED, SLBSulilUEltS POR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 1Q1 Krog-etrect
IA KOKMATION W A N T LO D.-ANY IN?
FO H MAHON given ol STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached tho eily ou Wednesday last, will be thank?
fully recived by his wife, MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church and Chaimcrs-atreels.
D- comber 16
WASTED, BOARD, Full A G EATJ^IS?
MAN, wife, three children and muso. Will
require two rooms, and p'ain, but sub-itautial, table.
Address, staling terms, fcc., "iL s?.," Box Ko. 3N",
Charleston, S. C. November 3
WANTED, EVE UV HOI) Y TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CU ARLES C. RIGHTER'9 Select Library of New
Dooks contains ali ol the latest publications.
April 21 No. Hil KING-STREET.
Vnj ANTED, BY A LADY ACCU8TOM
ty ED to write for ihc prcas, employment on
one or n ore Lite.-ary Pai ers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES. POETRY, Atc. Address
Miss K. t. W., Postomro, Charleston, S. C.
AGENTS WANTED.-975 TOS'300 PEIt
month, or a commission irom which twice
that amount can bc made by helling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY .-RUING MA
CHINE; price $18. T or circulars and terms, address
C. BOW Ki* S k CO., No. 320 South Ibird-fdreet,
Phils'clr-hia, Pa, 3mo Decembers
BKASCTIVILLE HOTEL TO KENT.
'the nttcution of capitalists -.s ratiiculsrty di?
recte 1 to the numerous advantages of thc BRANCH?
VILLE HOTEL. From its peculiar situation, kein?
ut thc junction ot thc Columbia, Augusta and Charles?
ton divisions of thc South Carolina Railroad, and
upon thc direct linc N.-rt!i and S"Utli, it is insured
the patronage of a large local aud through travel.
Bids lor its occupation during tho ensring vear
will be receive! by H. T. P AKE. Supot in tandan t
south Carolina Railroad, at Charleston, S. G., until
Janua'yfirtt. 3 Lee labor SI
TO KUM', TI! AT CONVENIENTLY
arranged BRICK RliSiDINSjB. No. ll *t. Philip
street, coutaiaing ?ix ro?rr.i, drcaals* roo?, pastry,
tlooblo piazza and large ri.lora nuar tho lise of |
streotcirs. Terms moderate. Apply to T. sTRisTflB
SIMONS, CornMitsion Agent, Planters' k Uechsalcs'
Bank,-Bast B?y. Bul Docsmbc 18
FAItmiVG LANDS TO LEASE-EOUU
hundred acre" prime PLANUNG LAND-,
situated within ten mites ol thc cilv; wi I bo leased
in lota ol ten or more ari cs to suit applicants.
Thc 0?KS PLANTAT ION in Srtint Andrea's Par?
ish near Ashley Ferry, ami ''laird's Camps" Plan?
tation, ton milos from the city, ou South Carolina
Railroad. Apply to CHWtLKSlON MINING AND
MANU r AG! DRING COMPANY, Wentworth--livid.
Dtct-mbtr 21 3
TO RE WT. A SKAT TWO- A N D-A-l IA LP
SIPUT IU'.L'sE, No. 3 Doughly-ptrceL Apply
at No. 4i2 KINo, corner Johs-slrvet
Ncvcnil-cr 18 wfm
mo BKKf. A PIA SO, lill GOOD OB DRU.
1 Apply al THIS OFFICE. October 2S
77'JR SALK, A PEW CHOICE VOUS G
JL MUI,is; also, adm Hamers and Saddle
HORSES, wlii Ti will h.. Bold low if ap; lied ?or with?
in the ue*t live days.
Apply at R. ARNO? D'.-,
No. 2I'J Mcetiu-j-itreeS
Dccrinbcr 24 2 Con er Jobn-sirect.
TTAilK SALIS. OHE DRAY, IN PBIMS
Jj co td it w.n. and one sel ol' Ha no. s, aa ttood a;
new. Apply lo C G. UIATTHSW?, at C. H. .iv?
Bi's, Ko. 68 Beat Bay. ? December 24
MILER: .HULES I -porn PIUM:
PLAN TATION Mt LE- lo- sale IrtW Apply
io HAGENLR c.-. MONS; ll-, Grocers No.-i.ic;and
165 East Bay. i? i rciinbrr 2->
PUYLTRI , G.ti IR, Ac-JUST BK-'ETVEB
bv sieai.,cr Manhattan, a Ono lol of Northern
.'OBLTRY AND GAME. ronsisUKg ol TC'-EEYS,
Ososo, Ducks, fowls. Gronse, A--, ?c. Alco 2. ha .
reis id diene apples-, and, by schooner 201 liane's
ofsclccUd Soodaad nHtmg Potatoes Foi' sals cheap,
in lois to suit purchasers, i y
J 1IOMAS MU PHY,
December 2:', 3* Na 81 Market-.trect.
Ir.RIlT FAR31 POR SALS, NEAR
' AIKEN. S. 0.-THREE HUNDRED ACRE-.
. ho faun hr-nearly live llioiteand iru't tree, con?
sisting ofPcch, Apple, Cherry, riniu, ForargrAtiate,
Fg, Pot.r &c. Also, a vatisiyoi small iridis, as,
itsspbcrrici, rtrawberrirs, imported Blackborrica.
kc, all cf tlie choicest kinds. /?Isa, about twenty
five ?cres of Hie cboirett Granes of various kinds.
Ono hundred 'errs ot thc land ls cleared, and good
farming land; tte balan?a is wonj lam?. Forlur
thor ran cularwapply t<> J KM as w. MAT.
N. rthwost .-iden!'Cunrthouse,
December 17 Imo Charleaton, 9. C.
FOH HAL'S-TWO SUPERIOR YOUS G
DR iFT IK.RURS
Two new Spring Dia.s. mt de io ord-r
Three completa sets C.* rt Harness, made to order
Une 80-horse power -H cam Rugine
T wo Ma..? Flu- B6.lers, 4 J-'-nre powr each
Two SUsun Condensers, cai h 3 leet diameter. 36
One I.-uu Chimney, IS inches dlamoter, 3J feet
4i'sn utvi Finar Barrsls
-10,009 r:-w Flour Darrel Shiv s and Herding* to
inn,usn eleu e.i BccoaCband Bri.-ks Bv
December IS rmw r. W. Cl.W'SSHN.
A TTRKTCOS ! <: ' SUT ? LIS ? S.-F O t?
V t'A.',-. Three XkouaanS. Aere? of thc tines!
i i WT ON LANDS ts Ike state, also well idaptod I?
i ara, a d ii tvi 'g !>r.;:cnn mit?t'!* for D ire. hesu
Bud* aro locate i in ?ne hew! oi sum sr Conaly, and
totusias ad castras n\\ rm em tcarcoly bs found
ulsswhsrc iu tue routh. Tfcey a oaaaiiy Uudtr, wttli
c'.-.y cii<;-?oil, acd t'esrofsre H?duetivo and higidy
releaUrcof ir-ai:j'iis, w^ile ilt^r aie e wily cu. ii va
i-.'j. Ikey aro ccrtatu lssds b^canss tree i 'rora wv? -
3?W, sud they ?rc ?x^Mpi V <im all uialari&i lufl.t
suess, baviug a o.isaUo equal lo .'. ikru und water
rqnsl w Ul to the wo aubans. .Ky.-re live milos
iIistAai 1'r.i.n rh* Crad.va'd : oi i.-g;, tormarlj a suas
uier i o i.rt o! "ro-.'. edtbiiiy. fha society cf ib.
uelgbhoriifi il ; : xn?wie*gss r.? > fw>ri?r saywlicre.
i hi ??. arc about ^ 'h usen : ur ..."?.VP buadr^d n re.
uftJearrd I-.-ct e?ii .h.; trm, feme of ?tblill lisa nevi
rentadas rnc tl? 1fv- ....c tines the w?r. Mas
rt n:.tiiiin finely tinikcru? .7. ertlnnil. whisk r.:j;il-l
tcp<*iy tho ''3.v L'iiK>;i..i f rtwo -to^ia ?-aw ??.t;- .^r
ti.e in xi lw*?h year?. 1 wit nell a Water Uill ><tj.t
nith Ihc sb .ve pr.;:a lr il .?j?r;.d. lo a capl-alLl
r?r ecnisauy w?i?ie%- io rondnct plsnti -g optratioos
cn n la! sc sci .?. ?r lo c.-.ah! in nuuiHiaatarcs < ? say
>..nd. th? upitertonity nlt?rcd for investment i a
rare oin*. ITieteisa brsefrime-l liam ttutl \.'.;g o
Shed * Ut" pramtioi, wi ti .'.'f trc IOKRS lofts, nue
'a re I ra ir.? s Uo?rer*S ?^bia?, (fttit u^.. ), h io tt
salmnrys, nevursl l"s ?avisa iv.rr.nn ri.
Ucu-e. icry l.-ffcc, ;\n? ha^-od mill V< ilise. PriXScll
wishing to iiivpo't the f:c^:i.-.-i KI- leave thc rall
i?a 1 al Suar.er, MiT-vill? ur Lynchburg, ?i liai WIN
mingtoa a.;d Uaechustor SMS, *r t.?r.;-ina. t on
Umilm, ?a :ie Oaaidpu kranch :'wt.
l-'.-r ter* .? au'i farther ptrttmilais appl* to tb? rab
Bcrlbac1 or. l e preiuis--.?. o- ihrcnwk ?:? Poi?! .ITT . t
1-uL'b.inic vu:..-, ti. C. Xi1 ??a will IM laaac HMUVBHP.
...... F(>B ULI,
Savaral BUILDING LOT'.- ir. tho heerl ol ihn Town
of Snmlcr, now tl.- -reales1 busiaesti mart In th?
Malo, .-for Charleston, '.'olambia ;:ot rxviept^vl.
TUMHI Lois iuo-ffcu<e 'hii'tj-Cvj foef front :>u U*iti
rtraet, by two bntiArcd a^d lwsn^r-f#ur t ol deep,
tiud are oppotire ?tie COHI'.SOUS.-.
DccosabwU m.-fS C. XrVNKUY.
vHiii uHp Juan.
LOST. Y KS'! ERDA Y,IK K1.\G-STR VET,
a GOLD WAT'. H, tn iho ttmliug of which i
suitable rowan] will b-.'piid. applr IBIS i.F
FICE. I v. ember 25
DROPPED, BY A'. INMATE OP Tit A
Widow.' Home, betwcoa th- Home ai.d Went
north-ttreet, a Ludias* Gsld Opsu-ihosd WATCH,
geld ?Ila', cylinder eecatomeut; nude by JoUu E.
Hyde; No. 1587. The tinder wld bo ruwa*d';d by
leaving it at the WIDOWa' HOME.
Dcooraber '.'4 3
Cl's RAY ND ?ll iCPKLO rt, ?UBiDAY OU
O Sunday night, ? Llaek and Tan TCRB'ER. A
reward will bo given far bis recovery on application
at No. Ofl HA-EL-STRl??T, between Anson ?.nd Bast
Bay s'r?o. a D.-combi r 8
LOST, OA HOBDAY. rtOVKMRKK -J2.
a I.r.dlO?' CSLB WATRH, ooubl? cifie. White
lace, with chain aKocbeil. Findor rill plo^so I^ve
thc same ut i HIS OFFICE, whero a reward will be
niven if rca/nJred. NoreraberSS
STOLEV, FROM THE STABLE 4MV
Dr. D. F. Connor, Orangcbnrg Di?tricr, en thc
night of the Qoth of December, 1.C8, a Light <'olor"d
Sorrel "JAR" MULE, with Scddlo and Bridle. Sad?
dle, a McClellan; Troo. UK huh seal. Thc Mule bas
whilo spots on its shou.dtr,. Loa-, collar; a little
play on btck, from saddle; brittle hoofs, often lams
when not shod; bas lately lost har thee); some nails
in ber koof< wilta stolon, bbs li o' a good size,
about niuo yeas old, and bearded D. S. Any in
formation will be th.ukin-ly reeuived, and a kbera]
iew.ir.1 Tor Ibo !hi?f. Addrasi Dr. ?. L. CONNOR,
ReevesvilTc i'cslctBgo, so. Ca.
December 24 4*
MARION LOJft?E, No. 2,1. O. O. P.
rpHE BEQUIA It WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
JL Todge will bc beld it Odd Fellow'* Hall, cor?
ner King and Liberty atreclg, Thit Evening, at seven
o clock. Members are particularly requested to at.
Dy ordor H. G. ROB* BT C. STABR.
December 24 ? f_Acting Secretary.
UNION, No. 43.
ATTFND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of your?nio:i. 2V3/orroio (Saturday) Evening
26th instant, at Masonic Hal!, ut seven o'clock,
Am?nerai attendance ot members li desired, as tho
eke! ion of Officers tor thc ensuing term will take
I3y ordor of tho President
December 25 1 C. ADAMS, Secretary.
DEUTSCHER ARTII.LV.UK-: UATEK
AQUARTERLY MEEI KG <F THE ABOVE
Aiso.-intton will be hi-ld oa Sunday, the 27iU
iast'iit. at Three o'slsck. P M., ia Lindstedt'sHall
Member.-' are requested to be punctual.
By order. F. WIN DH LIM, Sccictary.
Dec. rubor ? 1
MISS M?RBEN AND SI3TK R'S BO\BD
ING AND DAY SCHOOL.-The Exercises of
tliiB Seminarv will ( '.V) be re-umcd on Monday,
MdT e. PIERSON, of Paris, has been encaged for
thc French class. Soiwf-l December 24
HIOU SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
Tho T-'xercis-s of this Institution will be re?
sumed ou Monday. January 4th. 'J borough instruc?
tion givou in Latin, Oreel.-, French, Herman, Mathe?
matics, and the highorbrauehos of English.
Terms.-Twelve dollars ; er quarter, payable in ad?
vance. No extra charge for 1 reach, German or Sta?
tionery. W. B. KINGMAN. A. M.,
Doccmbor22 12 Principal.
LIMIT Ii D PART VE KS HI P.- TH K UN?
DERSIGNED have, in accordance with the
Acts of General As-cmidy, and under firm natue of
WILLIAM GURNEY, fud in conformity with the
articles of agrcemeni cf limited partnership (bcar
iug date Cth day ol September, ISM), expiriug this
li is mutually agreed to renew and commue same
under said agreer..e;:t ts June 1st, ISG'J.
(-igijcd) WM. GURNEY, Uciicral Partner.
(>i-.'i,cd) JAY L ADAMS, spe;ial Tartuer.
Chincstou, Dc.oiuuer 1, 18G8.
December 10 wfmlmo
IMires tu ponkru|?tfi).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED MATES. FOB THE DISTRICT
Of SOUI'U CAROLINA-TN TUE JIM IT-R OF
WILEY SMI ni. BANKRUPT, l?Y WHOM A
PEIlilON FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANK
RUN i Y WAS FILED ON TUE UTH DAY OF
DECKMBER, A. D. HMS, IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY-This is lo give notice that on
tho sijclreiitk day of Peccmber, A. D. 1808, a War
nut io Bankruplcv waj issued ogs inst the Es?
tate of WILEY SMITH of Sumter District and
stato ol South Carolina! who La< been ad?
judged a Bankrupt on his own petition; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of
any piopsrty belongin r to sail Bankrupt to him
or for hs use, and the transfer ol any properly by
Liai ave forbidden bylaw; that a inseting ol'the
Crfditoisof ibo said Bankrupt to prov.' th-.ir debts,
imd t:> cboose oiib or inure At-tdguess of his Estate,
will be held at a Court ol Bankruptcy, to bo bollen
at Cfo. 72 Broadwlreet Charleston, south carolina,
before B. B. CA lt Pi-NT EU, Registrar, on the tixlh
duy ofJar.vary, A. D. 1809? a- ll o'clock A. M.
J. I*. M. EPPING,
United ?slates Marshal as Messenger.
December 2.'i 1
IN TUE DISTRICT tin ST OP '?'UK
UNI t LD STATES, FOR TUE DIS' Wt OF
?OB'l II CABi. LINA -IM 1 Ul-: M ATI LB OK WM.
M. B BARBS, lllNKRCPT. BY WHOM A Phi II ION
FOI: AU UDP'AXION QV '' -. NKlll'P l< Y WAS
FILED OM 3'JiN UTH DAY OF DSCBai HEB, A. D.
1868, IN .- \-l> COURT-IN RA N KI : UP I CY.-This I.?
to gira milieu lb t on the sixl-enlh day nj U-timber,
A. D. 1SS9, a Wurr-nt in Bankruptcy waa issu?!
agaii?t .ho 1 state of WILLIAM M. KiiAit-E,
of Barnwell List.jet, .vd sta'o ol South Car?
olina, who bas bern ::djtidgsd a Han nipt ni h s
orrn pelition; '.bat tb? payment ol' nuy d?hu and de?
livery ol any i roprrty belong! >.r i?> Bankrupt to
him sr for b's usc, r.u-l i lie tran ?fui . lau pr. pei ty by
Lim aro forbidden liv law; thai a moeUng of the credi?
tors of the sai I Bankrupt to ) love ihelr debi., ?iu.1
lo choose one or ni >re 'soignee i i his Estate, will
bo beld at a court of lian!.:-.:, tey, tu be holden
st SCo. 73 ijrosd-strocr, Cliarlostau, if. C., before lt
li. CARPENTER, licglstrsr, on Ibo .fat* day oj
J i ii u i rt, A. D. 18G9, at 1 o'clock P. M.
.1 I*. \:. Kl-PI VG.
UnitoJ Slate;' Marshal us Messenger.
Deco in' er S3 l
BANK Of TUE STATE Ui" SOUTH CAROLINA
HILLS (lld i-Miel
ri- ?ate by ANDREW M.MORELAND,
?tock and Exchange Broker, No. M Broad street
5JHECK? ON KEW ?0BK.
LESESNE & WELLS,
No. ll) BROAO-S I'REET.
Dceetnboc -4 lino
FiiUlT FOB TUE HOLIVAIS.
.i >. Y I v J. ft? ^ ilX J. J.J,
P-ot:. 53 AND 57 ... A : li : .'.'-.? VU fc'E'i".
IIAVE IN ST?BE,
AT THE LOWEST MAN li LT PUKES,
i>* \J v BUNiUE I VNAN.AO
.J i t\ f 3C00 P. ll': i' S
19,000 nerida < iran;c3
StfJ barrels Nort.M :i ?pp'os-G-sining. Bald*
w..i, .mil? n ;pvand Gill Fiowt-r
2M? OX -.-- Assorted : ayer Rm ?-?i
SOUU ramada uni .. ml Uox I ig.
Sd barrets A v J- ;<. i . ills
Ctl.OOii Torpedoes, lat
fiO IHM s Fire Crick
2ti0 b .md* I "each J', ow poi it wa
barrels Priue . Oti .. I P ute -
lil) iKUrtclsPi I;-;'. .::..:..<:.
21 ii ba rel? Dnvi sacdliig L'ota'.i c :
t'su i..i-r- ls Wwtnr i Ii''?t 1'u.a .?- ?
ICD bar els Garnett i l?ii P' tutaca,
All of which wid :.; told al tho LOWEST C.sa
PRICE* December 17
.Ti'si* Aitt?iVEo P;:t: s nco ??iou
ROSALIE, V.wr. ICLEU i'll EUA, WEST
r~?) /\ ; ip OKAXGI?S
? f\) *t>U0 ? rape Fruit
. iso dosen Piai ?ppli s
yin bunches Sanaca'.
All of wblab viii be ::.>:.I CHEAP, at Ihelaweft
Rt'li prices, at B R fcWiaril'S,
Dccciub r 18 NoxSSaai 57 M*rkot.rtreot
FKUI?S ? Vf- i 7i ! I ??UiTfi !
i* EMAVI: Ai.v.'tv . ov U?XDA i.-ii ,1t. ur?
ti PLY of FRUITS, confuting of Ott*NOti?,
liaaaaas. I'mei .iT-a. L'lantaius.Cocunu s, Le.mn?.
Ka-fiuS| FlZ3. '''.les an i rcora Ap.ite?, I'o aioes,
O ;ions, and ?uta ol uil kiadfl
BART .?: WI -TLi.
>.o'. ')". and 37 Market-s?reet
November 28 2rao*
' r? U E SU ?S 3 UI BU?, D A V1D D *<: Z -iO N, OF SP A R
?_ TA, t.-ke- thi.< ia 11 o' Ol la I-?rmi a/ tile oot
?IJ? ni .nter^. oi ib ; South that lie ha< nu ic ev-:rv
arriu,?j eal tor <I.N -ui\ seipiuou! pf tba BICK*
aO<SKll?f'l COTTON i!3?-. Uo ls in ue way
eon-cctv.) wirJi Uari.l Dickson, of Oxford, Georoia,
or>d has eareiuliy s U-cted mis ::ocd. hiui?rtlf. Thu
sear] which bas lawn twioo selected i-i offered *t ?"J
per b'l-iifl. Ibo ?ame sse I v.hi.'h liss U^eu cara
fully M.lectod Inr tho Ust I hi's e years, is off?roi :;t
$6|>erbaabttl or live bn-i-.(l< 1er tia, d*live-od at
the d-? o.. In o der to insure a -sib dc.ivory tho
folUminr dircaUon? i-'uo dd bi oomphed with: Write
Ibo mime aa.1 :.?--. . ;.t ?;?..-. i tho naoaey toy
mail, taking a cortice ito ?.o.u the PosUNSster, afiS
if :hu uionov is lort the so d Wi I ton to*; ?a t ie rs>
ceipt of 'he cenmeats To prev:nt f ands on p'an
btrs, u>> agents are enpleved, and ,il le?.-rs untst be
directed to DAYIl) DICKeON.
Spart.i, Hanoaek County-, Giorgia.
Dsccmber 15 Imo
BOL CHE FILS & tO.'S
For salo by all leading Grocers and Wi:ic .Meicbaats.
N. B.-THESE WIVE1? HATE ALWAYS HNJOYED
A HIGH REPUTATION in Oh-U'lestoa and o her
Southe: u eltiee, and uro in every reipeot ot the firsit
elasa ruwf.'mo November 2*1
(?rorcriw aub fltisctUwM.
NEW CROP MOLASSES,
TO AU HIV 12.
OA A UHD3. SUPERIOR NP.W CROP CAIBA .
?J\J\J RIEN MOLASSES. Expected daily per
schooner Minnie, from Caibarion.
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
Dw'romber 25 1 No. Ml East Bay.
SEED AND TABL ti POTATOES.
I? STORE:, LANDING AND TO ARRIVE,
1 K AA BARBEL H SELF.CTF.D SEED ANO
.LOUU TABLE POTATOES, consisting ol" :
CHILI REDS, selected for Eced
WESTERN RED?, solcutcd fur seed
DAVIS SEEDLING, selected for seed
GOODRICH SEEDLING, tolected for seed
CUZCO SEEDLING, selected for seed
VERMONT PINKEYES, selected for seed
JACKSON WHITES, ch'iicc table potato
PRINCE ALBERTS, choice table potato
PEACH BLOW, choice table polato
BUCKEYES, choice table potato.
A lew barrels of the c?l?br?t d " Early Rose'
On consignment and for salo at lowest market
rates. H. W. KINSMAN,
December 12 swmft No. 153 East Ray.
WELCH & BRANDES,
Ko. 313 EAST DAY,
(Directly opposite thc New Custom Heute,)
1 AAA BbLvi- SEFI> AND TABLE POTATOES
HJUU Peac-Plow Potatoes
Prince Albert Potitocs
Jackson White Potatoes
Garnet Chill Potatoes
Piok Eye Potatoes
Cosco White Potatoes
P. E. Ru-set Potatoes
Goodrich Seedling Potatoes
3U0 bbls. Western Apples
23,000 clesr Oranges br every steamer, selected
from the most oelebratcd grovos in Florida
GO boxes chotee Messina Lemons
iou bbls. assorted Knts
sicily Sott .-hell Almonds
Texas Pccai. Nuts
SOCO Bars ros Coeoanuts
109'packages ? ape rod Cranberries, quurters,
. halves and whole bb's .
200 bi?X'S liaising, quarters, halves and wholes
CO cases Sardines, qua ; ?rs, ha vc? and wholes
150 case* tanned s'lttils, sc. Turu'.tees
Pcaeues, Asp'ri?'i-, GreenC ni
Oysters itrc^h aa! plekiodj t-btimps, kc,kc.
Figs, Currants. ?Iron
Dales, hansua?, Ac.
20 kegs pr'me Malawi Grapas
S bh's. setsctod L*dy Ai'ple.-. Lr decorating
100 boxs? "Kriller's" supe-ior assorted Packago
Cnud ti, lor whisk wc h VJ the sole agency
for this State:
? oona Fruit ('an ?jr
Ros Dud CsLdy
Frail Cr.atu Cr.ndy
Flor do Mayo
1 hose i;oc?ls h ive b.'in person 'Hy ? elected by us,
and with tho utmost conn lenee we oiler them as
equal if un, supttior t ) any iu the Southern m ir
kets. Dacember 22
GUf-BS FOX Tn . 1DA?8 !
L A M uiy. G A K D zn ?TURD;
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE
ORO' ERV .SIGUIS,
ft IF. CORNER MEETING AXD MARKET STS.,
VTEW LAYER BAISl:to, 1 . QUARTER, HALF
ami whole liena
New Foc.Tlrr-s Raisins
New Carrants and i Ilma
Dried ?""?gs. in one-third, one, t.vo anda L-..? and
eight pon mt drums
Fren Jli Pram s, in can i and jars
New Turkish i-ru-u . for stcwi-ig
Goava Jtdly, in half and on.- pound b'->x;?s
Sardia?'', in q arter, ba f and whole buxus
FiV'h Piiachcs. Tr iv. PineapiiiiM and .-truwlcrries,
in two pound cana
Fresh Mackerel and ? almoa, in ene pound cans
F.ngl?3U an i * n eiicati Tickles, qu in., and niuts
No. 1 UoIJ Chop i'iro Crackor*
Mniiongahcia, Rye, cabinet and lourbjn Whiskey
Malara, Port aud sherry Wine
French and american Urandy aad Old Tom Gin,
bottled and on draught
Si ices ol' all kind?, ground ?md whole
Tapioca. Sago, Malt-na ?jora s hi rah, urovrroot
Cream Tana , B iker's Premium Choc?la o
Broma, Cocoa and Co-oa Paste
Choice New York su-ar-cnte-1 Pig Kuma, unbageed
Edwards' Cclelualod Washington flams, small(izes,
Smo.cd longues, Beef, Suluir.n and Halibut.
A choice and cm;)!, i-- assortra-at of FAMILY
G ROC tn I li-, will li wo guarantee to sell at thc low?
est market H ice; for ca ?h.
doods deliveied Ire .
No chsrge n?r packages I D cembcr 18
PR?MENOt Tl?EIiN 5KED RICE
17011 SSL?'. APPLY TO
JAMBS lt. PRINGLE.
December 8 gvew3mo-tuf
CA ND E
i>, WA Boxrs D- -T QUA! I Y ADAMANTINS
??\ '< i CANDI ES
100 half bi X'. - b.-.v ptal.y Adam . dine Candles.
For ra e by i'.. NKY 1 OBIA Jc . O.
LI* ll it I'!/. - 5 ? LT.
>A ' V > SA K 1 iV TP 0 SAtr"rATI'"
, V / I / v / t r. H'cte 1 ' >r ship Go.il a. first vo.
io.- .;ilu uy
HENRY ? OniA k CO.
WAlSiK? s OT fON T- E.
A SMALL LM1' OF THIS CELPBRATED TIE
A just r . e red ncr *t um- r Slanbat'.an, trora Nev/
Yuri:. For .-ale by
STR" T DROTIiERS ?: CO.,
Deci"nlcr24 5 No. 74 Bast Bay.
ij?uov ! rj^uof?!
T) FCE1VED ON CON ?GNM < IT, POR ?MM.K
_ V J'IA.K ?u~li returns, z g< ?Jvol e ?.a'Cl
LIQUORS aril barre's v.'.H-IC Y
banu will bc ;.>:.! ix-ccJ.f ty low ? i cash at
J. k F. DAW O VS.
Corser B<iet Ray and Acco^i-. edationwharf.
Da?c;nb'.-r 2J _0_
JUST RECEIVED. IN KiE ORt?ER AND
f.\*sb, by th- S tania a'aij P:d ?, arrived cn
Tuesday la t Rom Havana
13,0?'O Hue ORA Oi'S
?0 bunch ?* of sp undid P.w.ais
A 200.1 lot nf Pl S EAP.'', ti? and rv.or AIN?.
For aa':e cheap y Mrs. ll D KilN'RICK,
.Ne S3 M.;rket-.-tr. o. ? .nth side.
December 17 Noir Moen ?-street.
ORANG-'-S i iiWANUES:
l\~ f\C\(\ 0UxXG s IN1T.?I1 ORDER,
?J&,\J'J\J -n i for a'o at ?-3 53pur hundred.
100 b'.iEchcs P. \N\NVS, lre?h und good; Guava
Jelly, in snarler r.i.sT Ivdf bux?i><; Pineaiiplos, Coc<a
nn:.-. Plantains. Lemons; 6?? barro ls Apples, red
Aim. Aieo nt S'Ose:
ONIONS, Potatoes Northern I wm ps, Carrots,
Beets, Parsnip and Pickled and Smoked ROJS, and
all (or salo vc'y cheap by
Mrr.C D K NRICK.
No. 83 (son.h side} M;;rk? -street.
Deccmbf-j 4 _2J
COA' ! C-.A?.'
?)I\f\ TONS RP.r) ACD 1GG CO\U NOW
?j\J\r landing, which will u- sold ?ow. by ap.
plyinjto P. P SSIGJDIOUA,
Ci'nicr East Day an.l Hascl-struet, Lui side.
December 23 _3
BLACKSMITrf ' i OAL.
Qf\r\ l'OMK?-?PE IOR ?UMBEBL AND COAL,
solestfd ?xnreM?lv tor Black-m ths' usc.
Landing iroai schooner Jos. W. Wilson, from
Alexa, dria, and formale by
H. F. RAK'IR & OO.,
Coal Yard, Cumb-.rlan j etrr.ct,
Q/?AA SACKS LITIiRvOOL SALT TO AR
fJUUt/ RITE per hhip "Kammi Funder."
For ?ale oy 'L. ?) KL KR li CJ.