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N IC "W S BUMMARY
-Gold closed at S4j.
-lu the New York cotton market veste
sales amounted to 4000 hales at 27c
-In Liverpool cotton was active with i
of 15,000 bales. Uplands ll?d; Orleans ll j
-A daughter of General Earl Van Dorn
recently married in Mississippi to Mr. I
Lumsden, of Louisiana.
_The Emperor of Russia forbids the pa
to make mention of any future attempts v
_ Qeneral John C. Fremont would like,
said, to represent the United States at
-An English Catholic paper prints a Iii
two archbishops and ten bishops shortly ti
appointed a Catholic hierarchy in Scotland.
-The engineer of tho Georgia Air Line 1
road Company advertises for proposals
finish the first twenty miles of that road.
-Macon has pledged $50,000 to complete
Macon and Augusta Railroad, between Ma
and Mill ed ie vii le.
-The Marquis of Bute is said to have i
chased most of the Hastings property ande
it back on low terms to tho family.
-The. Atlanta Constitution says a comp
of Northern capitalists are about to ercc
magnificent botelin that city.
-The publishers of Putnam's Magazine
fers a liberal prizs for the best article on ".
vertiaing and advertising agencies-their u
-A Mr. Shannen, a native of tho Emer
Isle, born in 1740, making him 119 years o
passed through Searcey, Ark., lately, on fo
en route to Texas.
- Two young ladies of Iowa have taken
lands in that State under the Homestead a
and purpose removing upon them, to rur
/arm on their own account.
-Cotton merchants in Columbus, Ga.,~j
now buying cotton in New York. They o
make more money by this plan than by pi
chasing in and shipping from Columbus.
-Mrs. General Gaines does not yet hand
any of her great New Orleans fortune. Hea
? debts, slow judges and cuoning lawyers kei
her out of her own.
-The "dance macabre," introduced^at tl
court at Comptigno by Princess de Metternii
and others of the 'ithird series," is called ;
. infernal, epileptic aod savage as the antics
the Apaches around burning victims.
-Severe snow-storms are said lo have take
place at Chicago, Illinois; Boston and Sprin;
field, Massachusetts; New York, Buffalo ai
Albany, New York, on Thursday, Friday au
Saturday last, blocking up roads, delayin
-A movement is on foot in New York Cit
looking to the removal of the present polic
magistrates and securing tho elevation to the:
piases of gentlemen of probity, honor and legi
- attainments. The movement is non-partis?
in its character.
-At a recent trial of a revenue case in Nei
York, skillful experts swore that some sped
mens of foreign brandy which were submitle
to them were not only genuine, but were wort!
$12 per galloL in gold, when it \7as afterward
proved that they were manufactn -od in Brook
? lyn, and were not brandy at all.
-A consobdation of interests in a permanen
broad gauge line between the Atlantic Oceac
and the Mississippi River, at St Louis, ha:
bee a effected, and the change of gauge of thi
Ohio and Mississippi Road bas been stopped
A system ef through trains for freight and pas
seagers is at once to be established. It is ad
ded tbat the entire route between St. Louie
and New York is te be furnished with double
-On Saturday, evening a band of armed ne?
groes, nearly one hundred in number, entered
the Town of Darien, Ga., with two whit9meri
in custody, whom they commanded the sherill
of tho county to put in irons and confine in thc
county jail. The officer told them he could not
do this; there must bo some process of law
before theso men could be deprived of their
liberty. Tho negroes said that this made nc
difference; some of their party had been shot
at some time previously; these two men had
been arrested on suspicion, and if tho sherill
did not place them in irons they would take
them oat and shoot them on the spot. Seeing
that he had no ether ooursc to pursue, the offi?
cer obeyed, and incarcerated the men in order
io save their lives.
-The following is a complote list, hitherto
unpublished, of the indictments for tieceon
now on file in tho effice of tho Clerk of the Uui
States Circuit Court for tho Distiict of Vir?
ginia: Jefferson Davis, John C. Brockinridge,
Judge Henry W. Thomas, ex-Gov^ruor William
Smith, General Wade Hampton, General Ben?
jamin Huger, ex-Governor Henry . A. Wiso,
General Samuel Cooper, General G. W. C. Lee,
.General R. E. Lee, General W. H. F. Lee, Sec?
retary S. R. Mallory, General William Mahone,
General James Longstreet, General Fitzhugh
Lee, Vfilliam E. Taylor, Oscar F. Baxter,
George W. Alexander General Epps Hunton,
B. H. Booker, M. D. Corse, John R. DeBree,
General Roger A. Pryor, Major D. B. Bridg
ford, General Jubal A. Early, General Richard
Ewell, Thomas P. Turner, William S. Winder,
Hon. James A. Soddon, George Booker, Wil?
liam. H. Payne, Cornelius Bayles, Richard S.
Andren s, William B. Richards, Hon. Charles
J. Faulkner, R. H. Dulaney, W. N. McVeigh
and H. B. Tyler. Nolle prosequts have been
entered in the eases of Hon. Thomas S. Bo
cock and Judge Robert Ould.
-The Savannah papers of Monday give very
little additional of interest in regard to tho
disturbances on the Ogeecb.ec. The Morning
News says: "The negroes were also reported
to be killing all the cattle and hogs, and col?
lecting the provisions in the country in readi?
ness to convey to their strongholds and fast?
nesses, where they hope io defy the officers of
the law. On Saturday morning an Ogeochoo
negro came into town, and stated to a promi?
nent gentleman that he had been sent by tho
insurgents to this city to make the proposition
?> that ten or twelve colored mon be sent out
there by the citizens to treat with them,
and arrange the difficulty in a manner satis?
factory to all parties. He WSB promptly
?taken into custody, being recognized as
one of the fomentons of the likable.
Tbe military commander of this post paid a
-Visit to the Ogeecnee country on Saturday. '
Of course everything was quiot when he reach?
ed there, and th9 negroos wero peaceable,
quiet citizens. They offered to surrender to
tho military authorities, but objected te being
placed in custody of the civil officers. In obe?
dience to a command from Washington, as we
learn, two companies of United States Infantry
D and F, of the lGth Resiment, Major Trow?
bridge commanding, arrived from Atlanta last
evening. Two other companies are expected
this morning. General Sibley is in command
of the whole expedition. Until a late hour
last evening the civil and military authorities
were in consultation, and we understand that
measures will at once be taken to suppress the
disorder. Some of the Radical negio apostles
in this city, we r niemand, went down to the
Ogeechee on Saturday to advise the negroes to
give up quietly. They have not yet returned. "
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1869.
A Soutbern Pacific Railroad.
Il is hard to believe that tbe Pacific Rail
read,-at one moment denounced as a gi?
gantic swindle, and the next lauded as the
great work which, is to SH the measure of
national prosperity,-was deliberately con?
structed so far north as to be of compara?
tively little value to the South, or that sec?
tional feeling and hatred of the Southern
people dictated its unfavorable situation.
And yet, if reliance may be placed upon the
statements of a trustworthy Radical jour?
nal-the Cincinnati Commercial-we can
hardly come to any other conclusion. The
Commercial says that a Pacific Railroad, to
be central, must run in latitude 36? 30'.
But the Pacific Railroad begins at Omaha,
in latitude 41? 20', crosses Nebraska, Wyo?
ming, Dakotah and Utah north of latitude
42?, trends to the southwest in Nevada, and
diverges from Us meridian about two hun?
dred miles, in order to reach San Francisco.
The Commercial then r'ddles the whole
scheme in this wise :
For four-fifths of its entire length it is far
north of the meridian of San Francisco. It
must be subject to violent snow storms for
several months every year. It traverses a
desert across western Nebraska, acrosB Wyo?
ming, across Dakota, across Utah, and thence
passes into the Great Basin, one of the most
absolute alkaline wastes on the globe-a pla?
teau where* all the streams sink into tho bar?
ren sands, whero the wretched Indians live on
grass seed, and decent drinking water is un?
known. Crossing Nevada, tho railroad threads
the Sierra range, winding through Donner
Lake Pass, where wot, soggy snow falls nine
.r ten feet in a single storm: and where the
writer last August stood beside the track mak?
ing snow balls from huge banks that never
wholly melt away. All who bavo personally
examined the route will say that tho perils of
wintar travel over the Central Pacific Railroad
of California through Donner Pass, are so pal?
pably great that no man will incur them who
is not foolhardy. The Nebraska end of tho road
has icy terrors to contend with that aro only
less repulsive than those pertaining to travel
across the Sierra during the average winter.
The California end is building snow sheds and
the Nebraska end snow walls. Neither snow
shed nor snow wall can stand before the moun?
tain avalanches that sweep down giant Iroes
and hugo masses of stone as if they were fag?
ots and pebbles.
These being facts, it is not strange that
the Commercial declares that the Congress
of the United Slates has spent fifty million
dollars and given away twenty-one million
acres of land to build a Pacific Railroad
that is inconvenient for all the country
south of the Lake cities, which is indirect
in reaching San Francisco, and unquestion?
ably unsafe for nearly half the year.
Radical though it be in its politics, the
Commercial does not hesitate to intimate
that the Southern States will be called upon
te aid in righting these wrongs. "Three
"fourths of the Stat. " are said to lie
south of the worthless road. And, says
the Commercial, "whatever may have
"been the status of the Southern States
"during the war, it will hardly be de
"nied that they are in the nation now.
"The Northern States that adjoin them are
"not disposed to view the South as a region
"permanently given over to poverty, po- ?
"litical intolerance, and hateful social ex?
clusiveness. Time is mending these evils,
"and the ohain of central States are no
"longer willing to be considered as bound?
ing the republio on the south. That, hap- '
"pily, is once more the function of tho Gulf
These are cheering words; and we con?
tinue our quotation :
We have not heard thal grass is growing in 1
the streets of Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pitts- ;
burg, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, New
Orleans, Memphis, Nashville, Charleston,
Richmond, Savannah and Mobile; but we are
sure these cities are not content io bo sneered
at by Chicago bet-anso thoy must pour into
that potted enlrepol in order to journey over a :
govornment onterprise to reach tho metropolis
o i the Pacific that is in about tho samo lati
tudo as Norfolk, Va. As well might tho gov?
ernment in former days ha ve built a railroad
beginning at Buffalo, to accommodate the na?
tional travel to Norfolk, as to have planted thc
great route to San Fruucisco in the latitude of
the lakes. The country at large would havo
been as conveniently ton ed in ono instance as
it will be in the other, and a good deal ?ecurer
against tho death of passengers by frotiziog or
Our first Pacific Railway is a mortifying geo?
graphical blunder. To sanction another still
further north would be a crime against com?
mon sense, decent fairness, and human lifo
itself. To refus 3 to construct a central and
competing Pacific Railroad that can bo run ali
the year round, and along a meridian where
snow seldom falls, and never to great depth,
will be to mako as damaging a sectional error
as was ever committed under the old reign of
tho slaveholders. What ve advocate is a road
to which all tho States, North and South, may
equally stretch out their iron arm J. and so
keep thc cadence step of uatio ia! progress un?
broken. Wo feel no jealousy of thu Northwest
What we want is justice a.id impartiality to all
sections of our reknitted ropublic; and under
those conditions may thc best States and tho
best cities wm.
The only Pacific Railroad project that has
the merit of bein ,' central to the whole country,
is the continuation of the Union Pao ?lie Rail?
way, eastern division, wiiich is now completed
to the westorn line of Kansas, and has sur?
vend tue rest of its route to California o?a
New Moxico and Arizona. That road must go
through for many and most conclusive reasons.
The Risc In Cotton.
It must be a source of satisfaction to all
who desire a speedy restoration of prosper?
ity to these Southern States, to notice the
comm indtng position which most of ber
staples occupy in price. The enormous
crops which her prolific.soil Bent forth in
former days enabled manufacturers and
consumers to manage values very much to
suit themselves, giving the Southern planter,
for a number of years, the humblest reward
for the results of his intelligence and in?
dustry; but with the change in the labor
system a decrease in the production oc?
curred which has, to a great degree, placed
the regulation of prices in the hands of the
grower, and will enable him, by judicious
management, to fix the value of his pro
ducts on a better basis than has heretofore
been the case. This is particularly true of
the great staple cotton, the yield of which
has been reduced to an amount about one
half of what it was just before the war,
which heavy loss to the world has undoubt?
edly, for the present, or until the loss can
he somewhat regained, given the American
planter a power over its price which he
never before possessed. The experience of
the present, year has tended strongly to
strengthen this view; but buyers, with few
exceptions, generally expected low rates in
December and January, and large opera?
tions ware made at the commencement of
the fall, for cotton to be delivered, at fig?
ures which inflict a heavy loss on those who
sold. At Liverpool and Manchester the
movements of trade have been such as to
depress the commodity; but notwithstanding
these unfavorable symptoms elsewhere,'
prices here continue to go up steadily, and
in thia market yesterday the article ad?
vanced a half to one cent per pound; and
Strict middling ootton was sold at 27 cents,
while sellers at New York were offering
about the same quality at 27? cents. This
shows the Charleston market to be about
the best in the country for sellers of ootton.
THERE WAS a ludicrous, though self-evi?
dent, blunder, in the article on the real
estate tax, published in THE NBWB of yes?
terday. The sentence, "Indeed, it seems
"somewhat absurd that the committee
"should only estimate the tax on gross
"sales to produce seventy thousand dollars,
"which would be the (ax upon a total sales
"of $1,400,000," should read * * "which
"would be the tax upon a total sales of
THE ESTIMATE of the Committee of Ways
and Means of the amount to be realized
from the tax on gross sales and sales of
cotton, is as follows :
Gross sales of merchandise, &c, $8,000,
000, at ?per cent.$40,000
Sales of cotton, $12,000,000, at i percent. 30,000
THE ROUND TABLE comes to us this week
with a vignette of Justice on the title page,
and we find that the arrangement of the
reading matter has been altered BO that
there are but two, instead of three, col?
umns on the inside pages. The chess de?
partment is begun, and promises to be of
interest to the knights of the chequer. We
do not think that the Round Table has
gained by the change which has been made
in its external appearance; but we kuow
that it retains the fire, thc wit, and the
manly independence which, together with
its acknowledged ability, have left it with?
out a rival in the ranks of our periodical
PICKED Ut? ADRIFT, A LAIC Cr at DCfi>
OUI' BOAT, found going adrift iu Wappoo Ont,
wbich cnn be obtained by provine property and
paying expenses. Apply to tbe WAI CB MAN at
Wappoo Milla. 3* J?nuary 6
TO RENT, TWO PLEASANT ROOMS,
at a vary moderato sum, at No. 34 Wontworth
strcet, near Artesian Well. Apply ea the PREMIS?
TO RENT, UNTIL Ut JUNE NEN I", A
delightful? eituated RESIDENCE >n tb? west?
ern part of tbe city, haring avery couvenieace for a
genteel fanii.y, and near City Railway. Apply at No.
84 MARKET-STREET. 1?_January 6
TO RENT, TH G HOUSE AN? STORE,
No. 3C2 King-street, opposite Libprty. A good
Bland for business. Possession immediately.
The DweUing at the Northwest coraer King and
Calhoun street", a pleasant situation, with elftem
sad gas. Inquire at No. 19 MONTAGUE-STREET.
January 6 3
TO RENT, STOKE No. 155 EAST BAT,
a good business staid, sm table for wholesale
purposes; extensive yard in rear of building.
For terms, apply ta -
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Real Estate Agent, No. 27 Broad-street
Doooraber 0 w
TO RENT, THC TWO AND A HALF
ator.v BBICK HODSE, northwest corner Hasol
and East Biy strt?ta. Apply at No. 104 MARKET
STREET, b - tween Meeting and King streets.
January 4 mwf3
TO RENT, A FI lt ST KATE STORE,
southwest comer of State and Queen streets,
woll adapted for groceries or liquors. Apply ou
PREMISES. C* December 31
TO RENT, A PIANO, IN u .vOD ORDEK.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. October 28
FOR SALE, A FINK MILCH COW.
just alter Calving. Sbo is warranted to give
from sixteen to eighteen quarts of Milk daily. Ap.
ply at No. 20 WOOLFE-d'XIlEET, corner Railroad
track. 2* January C
Fon S \LE OR KENT. THAT COMMO?
DIOUS and well appointed Tenement Hons?
Nos. 2 and4 BerresforU-strsct, containing IC rooms,
with extensive e'jvann' apartments. For terms ap?
ply to J. T. HUMPHREYS, Real Estate Agent,
Deoenibtv 9 w No. 27 Broad-street,
STEAM E VG INES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied for immediately
(1) Oi.c 12-borso Portable ENGINE
(1) Ono 4-borse Por. able tfneino.
CAMERON. BARKLEY & CO .
Northeast corner Mee ing und Cumborlund-streets.
January 1 12
fMlCIT FARM FO;t SALE, NE AU
AIKEN, S. O.-THREE HUNDRl-.D ACRE*.
tho farm has nearly five thousand lru't (reo?, coa
sisling of Pe ch, Apple, Cherry, Mum, Pomegranate,
Fi;:, Pear. kc. Also, a variety of small iridis, oe,
i-'aspbcrncs, Strawberries, uaportea Blackberries.
kc, all cf thc elioi.-cst kinds. Aldo, about t.venty
iive seres of the Choicest Grapes of various kinds.
Ono hundred : cres of the land is cleared, and uooi
farming land; tho balance is wo ul lau>i. For tur
Iber particulars apply to JAMES W. MA V,
Northwest tide of Courthouse,
December ?7 Imo Charleston, S. C.
-VTOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP-THK
JA undersigned have this day formad a Ci part?
nership, under the naaae of KINSMAN k HOWELL,
forth? transaction of a GENER >L COMMISSION
AND FRUDUCE BrSLNESS, at No 153 East Bay.
H. W. KINSMAN.
SAMER S. HOWELL
Charleston, January 1,16G9. 3 January 4
NOTICE.-I-?AVE THiS DAV ASSO?
CIATED with mo in thc BANKING. EX?
CHANGE AND BR"KERAGE BUSINESS, Mr. ED?
WARD M. MORE LANI. of this city, under (he firm,
name and style of L. GAMDRI LL k CO.
Tho power of Attorney from mo to E. M. More?
land is, consequently, revoked. L. QAM RBI LL.
Charleston, h. C., January 1,1869.
January 1 Imo
LAW NOTICE -MCMILLAN KIMO,
Esq.. is this day admitted a partner in our
CAMPBELL & SEABROOK. Lawyers,
No. 60 Broad-street.
JAMES B. CAMPBELL.
MCMILLAN KING._January 1
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-I HAVE
this day associated with me, in the FACfOrt
A(iE AND COMMISSION BONINESS, my son,
H KN lt Y T. WILLIAMS, under the firm of W. D.
WILLIAMS k SON.
WINTHROP B. WILLIAMS,
Accommodation Wh irf.
Charleston, January 1,18C9.
January 1 fmwl3
LIMIT to PAitl \ UitSHIP-THK UN?
DERSIGNED have, in accordance with the
Acts of Gouoral Aa-cmi ly, and uudor Urm name of
WILLIAM GURNEY, and in conformity with the
articles of agreement of limited partnership (bear?
ing date 6th day ot Scplemhor, 1865), expiring this
lt is mutually agreed lo renew and coutinno same
under said agreement te June 1st, 1869.
(Signed) WM. GURNEY, General Partner.
(Signed) JAY L. ADAMS, Special Partner.
Charleston, De:emocr 1, 1868.
December 19 wfmlmo
QH ARLES! ON THEATRE.
JOHN V. GILBERT. Manager.
Wednesday livening, January 6, 1808.
The Distinguished Artists,
MB. AND MBS. HARRY WATKINS,
Supported by Gilberts Stir Dramatic Troupe, will
present Harry Watk'ns' Great Drama,
HIDDEN HAND I
OR, VIRGINIA AS ir WAS.
g T. CECILIA SOCIETY.
A BALL WILL BE GIVEN AT THE HALL OF
THE SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1869.
T. PINCKN'EY LOWNDES,
January 6 Secretary and Treasurer.
?jy A ur c i R G.
MRS. F. C. JACOBS
BEGS TO INFORM HER SCHOLARS AND PA?
TRONS she has taken the commodious Hall over
Kinsman's Confectionery Establishment, where she
will meet her Clastei and hold her Saturday Even?
ing Soirees. Private Classes and Schools attended
to upon reasonable terms. 2 January 5
THE KEY TO FASHIONABLE AND UNFASH?
IONABLE DANCING, <?e.
MON?. BERGER INFORMS HTS PATRONS THAT
his new quarter will begin on Tuesiay, the 6th of
January, over Mr. HOLMES' BOOK STORE, north?
west comer of King and Wentworth, and bis Satur,
day's Soirees will begin on the 9th. As most useful.
Mona. B wiU teach the Key to Modern Dancing and
the W hiking, Sliding and Mixed Steps i ?lene include
aU the various styles of steps used at the ball-room,
and are easily mastered. As novelties, he will teach
the New Waltz, tLe German Hop and the Royal Ger?
man, bosidrs fancy dances of every description.
Private families and Boat ding Schools attended to
Mons. Berger is two well known lo think any com
For particulars apply at No. 214 KING-STREET,
or at the H ILL at (he limo of tuition.
January 1 Gfm?6
WANTED. THIRTY OR FORTY COL?
ORID HANDS, to work on a cotton planta
tion about Alteen miles up Ashley River. Men with
families preferred. Apply lor two dave botweon
tko hours of ll ?nd 1, at NORTHEAST CORNER
QUEEN ASP STATE-STREETS. 2'? JinnaryO
WANTED, BY A YOUNG WAN OF
steady hibits and industry, a ululation as
CLURE, or to ausist la any kind of work; hai no
particular business; is quite used to the pen, and
willing to make kin sell gonerally useful ; can he en?
gaged only from half-past Four o'clock in tho after
?ron until Twelve al night. For particulars, address
XXX, Charleston Postofflos. January 6
WANTED, A COMPETENT FEMALE
COOK. Also, a corr peten t HOUSE WOMAN,
both without eccumur.trce?. None neol ap ly
without good recommandations. Apply at No. 124
MEETING-STREET-Nine to li leven A. M.
January 4 mw 2
WANTED. A GOOD WASHER AND
IRONER,one tbstcould milka cow prefer?
red. Go id references required. Apply at THIS OF?
FICE. 2* January 6
WANTED, A WET Nf USE, TO GO
into th.-1 up country. Apply at THIS OF?
FICE. January 4
WANTED, A LADY TO TEACH THE
ufuil English branche?, French, and Music
on tho Piano, in a family residing in tho middle t co?
tton of ibo Stale, In a very healthy locality. Ona
having pome experience In teaching preferred. Ap?
ply at THIS OEPIOB. Jannary 1
INFORMATION WANTED.-ANY IN.
FOHMATION given of STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached thc city ou Wednesday last, will be thank?
fully recived by his wife. MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church and Chaimcre-streels.
WANTED, BOARD, FUR A GENTLE?
MAN, wife, three children ano nurse. Will
require two rooms, and plain, but substantial, table
Address, Buting terms, kc, "M. S"" Box No. 385,
Charleston, S. C. No vom ber 3
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, kc. Address
Miss K. E. W., Post?nico, Charleston, 8. 0.
October 8 _
AGENTS WANTED.-$75 TO$200 PER
month, or a commission from which twice
that amount can be made by felling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE: price $18. For circulars and terms, address
C. BO ./UHS k CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
Philo Jelphia, Pa. 3mo December 6
SUMMERVILLE MALU SCHOOL- THE
EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE having procured
the services of Dr. C. G. WAI Iii, os Teacher, an?
nounce that this School will be opened on tho 4th
The aim will be to make it ?f the Arri class. Tu?
ition will bo placed within the reach of all persons,
and special attention wiU bo given te accuracy. Pu?
pils will be received as Boarders at a low rate.
DAVID W. LAMB, M. I
B. B. SMITH, M. D.
DANIEL FLUD, M. D.
Rev. J. J. SAMS.
January 4 _mwf3
MRS. JOHN LAURENS' BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL for young Ladies wUl
resume its exercises TAii Da-:, 4th of January, at
corner of, Rutledge and Wentworth streets. For
terms, tx., apply as above.
January 4 mw2*
GLASSICVL, MATHEMATICAL, ENG.
LI^H AND FRENCH SCHOOL, No. 82 WENT
WORTH-STRKET.-The exercises of this School
wiU be resumed cn Monday, January 4th. A Class
.f beginners in T a1 in and Freu-h will bo formed.
HENRY M. BRUNS. Prluelpal.
CHARLES B. COCHRAN, Assistait.
A few boys will bo received as boarders in tho
family of tho Prim ipa!.
December 28 mwpmtuS
(t BRENVILLE FEMALE Cl'LL. KG IC.
T Tho Spring Session of this IusMiul'on will be?
gin on Wednesday, the 3d of Fcbruuty, uni continue
Ampie provision has been ma le for cQlcicii in?
struction in all departments including Ancient and
Modern Languages, Drawing and Palatin?, Kolo
Singing and Vocalization, Thorough Bass and Har?
mony, and Iustrnmcutal Music. For lull particu?
lar!1, apply for catalogue to
PROFESSOR C. H. JUBSON,
January 4 mwf3* Greenville, S. C.
FU KM AN UftIVH RSIT V.-TH K EXER?
CISES or this Inetltni lon will be re>umod on
Widntsday, the 3d of February next, nuder ibo tol?
lo wing t'acuRv:
Rev. JAMES C. FUBMAN. D. D., President, and
Professor of Helles Lettres and Metaphysics.
C. H. JUDaON, Professor o; Mathematics and
J. C FABER, Professor of Latin Language and
C. H. TOY, Profossor of Greek Language and Lit?
J. M. HARRIS, ProtBS-or of Natural Philosophy
Dr. F ABRE will alfo give intrudion to private
classes in Mod oro Languages.
TSBMB, ko.-sa thc sncce-slul prosecution of the
prescribed cou.ses ol' study depends rather upon
s ch. >la rly habits and Maturity cl mind, rather iban
upou the books which have been read, the Foci hy
will exercise their discretion in the admission of
such Staad mts as can appi?clate University instruc?
',' he Preparatory Department is now a separate
and distinct school, under charge of Professor J. B.
Students not on scholarship pay $85 for tuition
and in idental expenses, per session of twenty
Scholarship Students receive free tuition, but pay
tl 60 por session for Incidental-expenses.
Boarding can be had at $15 to $18 per month-all
Three-yeir Scholarships, conditioned upon thc
payment ot $30, annually, can be had on application
to the Treasurer.
Those who have given I ends will please make
prompt payment of tho first instalment, either to
thc 1 reasurer or one of th: authorized agents.
C H. JUDSON, Treasurer,
Januiry 4 mwfj* Greenville, S. C.
|)?9S0lut?0U nf Cflparlncrsljip.
TH E COPARTNERSHIP HERETO?
FORE existing betweeu tho undersigned, under
th?flnn of J. k ... H. ARMS1RO G, was dissolved
on the 1st instant by mutual consent.
JAMES ARMSTRONG, Sr.
January 1,1869. W. H. ARMSTRONG.
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.-THE UNDER?
SIGNED have Ibis day formed a Copartnership for
the purpose of currying on a GENERAL COMMIS?
SION AND FORWARDING BUSINESS, under the
name of JAM ES ARMS i KONG, Jr., & 00.
J Ai'ES ARM.iTBONG, Jr., Charleston, S. C.
THOMAS A. GRAY, New York.
January 1,1869 3 January 6
COMMISSIONERS OF MARKETS,
AREGULAR MON1HLY MEETING OF THE
Coa missioners or Markets will be hold This
Afternoon, at live o'clock.
Ji nuary 6 " < hief Clerk.
I. 0.6. F.
SOOTH CAROLINA LODGE NO. 1.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
LODGE will be held This Evening, at Seven
By ordor. L. C. LOYAL,
January 6 w Secretary.
DILTA LODGE OF PERFECTION, No. 1.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will be held This (Wednesday) Evening, at
By order T. P. G. M. E. E. BEDFORD,
January 6 1 Secretary.
LANDMARK LODGE, No. 76, A. F. M.
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
Lodge will be held at the Masonic Hall This
Evening, at balf-pait Seven o'clock.
Candidates f r the E. A. Degree will bo panctaal.
ty order of the W. M.
W. H. PRIOLTAU.
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE,
FT1HE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL
jL beheld at Seven o'sldck This Etening. Mpm,i
bers will please be punctual.
By order of the President.
January 6 1 H. BA ER, ?ecre!ary.
E M O V A L
J . SHAW
BEGS TO INFORM HTS FRIENDS, AND THE
public generally, that he has removed to that more
(yarral and commodious Store. No. 268 KING
STREET, where he will keep, a? heretofore, a fash?
ionable and well assorted stock ot DRY GOODS,
rt moderate pi ices.
Thankful for post favors, I most respectfully so?
licit a conti nuance of the same.
No. 2C8 King-eta cet,
Second Store below Basel-street.
January 4 m wis
STOLEN FROM S AML. G. LAWTON,
Allondalo, Barnwell District, on the night of 21st
of December, a BAY MARE, fifteen hands high or
les.? ; black lege, mano and tail, no white spots around
the ankle, slight scar ora raddle on tho right side of j
her back. A reward of Twenty-five Dollars will be [
paid for recovery of the mare.
January 4 mwf 3*
llotifcs in pankrujjtrrj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNIT ID STATE? FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
NOVEMBER TERM, 3868-TN THE MATTER OF
JOHN COGLAN. OF EDO?-FIELD, BANKRUPT.
PEI ITI ON FOR FULL ANDI INAL DI SCH ARGE IN
BANKRUPTCY_Ordered, tb at a heja^ag be bad oa
the twenty-sixth day of January, 1807; at the F?deral
Courthouse in Charleston, s. C., and that all credi?
tors, kc, ol said Bankrupt appear, at Eald time aad
place, and show cause, il any thoy can, why the
prayer of the petitioner should not be granted.
And that the second and third meetings of credi?
tors of said Bankrupt will be held at tho office
of HUN: Y SUMMER, Esq., Registrar ol 3hird
Congressional District, S. C., on the twenty-third day
of January, 1169, at 12 M.
By order of thc Court, the 31st day of December,
1868. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of thc United States District Court,
January 6 w3 For South Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED 81 ATES, FOR SOUTH OA KOLIN A
NOVEMBER TEEM, 1868-IN TH* MATTER OF
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM, OF CHARLES ION, A
BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
Di SCH ARO h IN B A N K It U1 CY-Ordered, That a
hearing bu had on tho ticenty-sixth day of January,
A. I). 1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, 8.
C., and that all Creditors, ic, of said Bankrupt ap?
pear at said limo and placo, and show cause, if any
they can, why th? prayer of the Petitioner should not
bo granted. And that the second meeting of Credi?
tors of said Bankrupt wil l be held at the office of J.
C. CARPENThR, Lsq., Registrar of the Second Con
grcssional District, S. C., on Saturday, Ute twenty
third day of January, 1869, at 12 AI.
By order of tho Couit, thc 31 at day of Decombcr,
1RC8. I)'NIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court ol tho United states,
January G 6.10, 22 ' For South Carclina.
Jti THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED ST AIM FUR SOUTH CAROLINA
bVEMBER TERM, 1868-IV THE MAT 1ER OF
SAMUEL H. OPPENHILM, OF CHARLESTON,
BANKRUPT-PE lil ION FOR FULL AND f INAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY-Ordere', That a
hearing be had on the twenty-sixth day of January,
A. D. 18C9, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S.
C. ; and that all Creditors, kc, ot said l'ankrupt ap?
pear at said time and place, and show oausc, ii any
they can, why the prayer of the Petitioner should
not be granted. And that the eecon* meeting of ]
Creditors of said Bankrupt will be held at the offl :e
of J. C. CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar of the Second
Congressional District, S. C., on Saturday, thetwmty
third day of January, 1869, at 12 M.
By Older of the Court the 31st dav of Deoember,
1868. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of thc District Court of the United Matee,
January 6 6, 10, 22 For South Carolina.
IN THU DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STABS. FOX SOUTH CAROLINA
NOVEMBKR TERM, 1868.-TN THE MATTER OF
JOHN M. WITT, OF EDOEFIET.B, BANKRUPT.
PETITIUN FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a hearing bo
had on tba twenty-sixth day of January, 1869, at
Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. C., and tea' all
Creditors, kc, of said Bankrupt appear at said time
and placo sud show cause, if any they eau, why tho
prayer of the petitioner should net be p ran ted. And
that tbo second and third meetings ef Creditors of
said Bankrupt will bo held at the o fla oe of HENRY
RUMMER, Esq., Registrar of Third Congressional
District, s. C, on ibo twenty-third day of January,
1869. at 12 M.
By order of the Coart, tho 'Hst day of Deccmboc,
1868. Bv NIEL HORLBECK.
Clerk of Ibo District Court or the United States
January 6 w3 For south Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STAT K.J, TOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM. 18G9.-IN THK MATTER OF
RUSSELL PADGETT, OF El GEFfeJD, F. C.,
BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND
FINAL DISCHARGE IN HANKRCP'JV-Y.-Or?
dered, That a hearing bo had on tho eighth
dav of February. 186?, at the Federal Court?
house in Charleston. -.C. ; and that all Creditors, 4c,
.f ?aid Bankrupt appear at sai 1 time and place, and
show cause, it' nny they can, why the pray r of thc
petitioner should not bo granted. And that the
recoud and third meetings of creditors of ?old Hank
rupt will lo he d at the office of HENRY SUMME lt,
E*q., Reg.strar of T-bird Congres.ioral Dntri.i, S.
C.. on thu Mri day of February 1869, at 12 M.
Ey order o; the Court, tho 4th day ol Januarv. 1889.
Clrrk of the District Coure ol' tho V. S. for a. C.
January C w8
IN 'IHK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR SOUTH CAROL'NA
JANUART Tl-RM. 18G9-IN TH ii MATTER OF
JULIUS H. IIPPENHLIM, BANKRUPT-PETI?
TION FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHAKGb IN
BAN KRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a hearin; bc had
on tho twenty-sixtliday of January, 18U9. at Fede?
ral Courihousc iu i harlcPlon, S. C.; and tust all
Crediton Atc. of said Bankrupt appear at said time
and place, and show causp, if any tucv can, why the
prayer of the petitioner should not bo granted.
And that the secoud and third meetings ol Credi?
tors of said Bankrupt will bc held at the offico of
J. C. CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar ot Vccond
Coi greeMonal Distriot, 3. c., ou twenty-third day of |
January, 1*69. ai 12 M.
Hy order ot thc Court, the Slat day of Decmber,
1868. DANL HOBLBI-.CK,
Clerk or ihe District Court of the r ni ted States for
South Carolina, 6.10, ri January 6
IN THE DISTRICT COUl?T OF THE
UNIlkD 8TATES. FOR SOUTH CAR?'LTNA
NOVEMBER TERM. 1868 -IN THE MATTKR OF
ALFRED PRICE. OF CHARLESTON, BANKRUP?
PE'J 11 ION FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTOy.-Ordered, That a hearing be had
on the nineteenth day of January, 1889, at Fedoral
Courthouse, m Charleston, S. C., and that all Credi?
tors, Ac. of c&id Bankrupt appear at said lime and
place, and show cause, if ?DJ they can, why the
prayer of the Petitioner should not be granted ; and
that the second and third meetings of creditors of
f aid Bankrupt will be held at the office ol R. B. CAR?
PENTER, Esq., Registrar of Second Congressional
District, South Carolina, on the seventieth day of ]
January, 1869, at 12 M.
By ordi r ol the Cou t, the 10th day of December,
1868. DANIEL HObLBECK,
Clerk o? thc District Court of the United States for
South cr.roih.n. w3 December 23
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
NOVEMBER TliKM. 1368-IN THE Bl ATTER OF
MnliKiS ALEXANDER, uF CHELESTON. BANK?
RUPT-PETI HON FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPT! Y-Ordered, That a hear?
ing bc had on thc nineteenth day of January, 1869, at
Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. C. ; and that all
Credi ors, kc, of said Bankrupt appear at said
time aud place, and show cause, if any ib?y cm. why
the prayer ot the Petitioner should not be granted.
And that tho second and third meetings of Cr ditors
of said Bankrupt will be held at the office of B. B.
CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar of the i-econd Con?
gressional District, S. C., on the seventeenth day of \
January, 1869, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 19th day of December,
1868. DANIEL H JRLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the United Statea for
South Carolina, w3 December 23
Mires in Jtonltruptcn.
TM THE ^
J. UNITED STATE?, EOE THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF ALI?
'S O.V A. MCDOWELL, BANKRUPT, BT WHOM A
PETITION FOR ADJUDICA I ION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON THE 29TH DAY Of DECEM?
BER, A D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-This 1? to give notice Out on tbs iAir
tietn day pf December, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in
Bankruptcy waa issued against the Estate of ALI?
SON A. MCDOWELL, of Kershaw District, and
State of South Carolina, who hos been adjudged
a Bankrupt on his own petition; that tho pay?
ment of any debts and de'ivery of any property
belonging to said Bankrupf, to him or lor his
us-j, and tbe transfer of any property by him,
ore forbidden by law; that a meeting of the I
Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to provo their
debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of his
Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at No. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, south Caro?
lina, before B. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the
twentieth day of January, A. D" 1869, at 10 e'olook
A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOE THE DISIRIOT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA - IN THE MATTER Cf
JoiSEPH A. YATES, BANK"^>p BY WHOM
R01TT- ADJUDICATION OP BANK?
RUPTCY Wda FILED ON THE 29TH DAY OF DE?
CEMBER, A. D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-TN BANK?
RUPTCY.-This is to give notice thiton thetttr
ticth day of December, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bank?
ruptcy was Issued against tho Estate of JOsEPH
A. YATES, of Charleston, in the District of
Charleston, and State of South Carolina, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own
petition; that the payment of any debts and deliv?
ery of any property belonging j0 ^ Bankrupt, to
him or for hi? use, and the transfer of any property
by hire are forbidden by law; that a meering of the
creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose one or more Assignees of his Estate,
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
st No. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, S.O., before B.
B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the nineteenth day
of Jap-wry, A. D. 1869, at 2 o'clock P. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United Statcp Marshal as Messenger.
January 6 1
?S THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOB THE DISXBIOX OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER OF WIL?
LIAM S. HUDSON, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PE?
TITION FOR ADJDDIC \TION OF BANKBUPTC?
WAS FILED ON THE 28TH DAY OF DECEMBER,
A. D. 1863, IN SAID COU BT.-IN BANKRUPTCY -
This ls to give notice, that on the thirtieth day of De?
cember, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issuer! apalost tho Estate of WILLIAM S. HUDSON,
of sumter District, and State ot South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his
own petit!on; that the payment of any debts
and de'iverr of any property belonging to said
Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of |
any property by him are forbidden bylaw; that a
meeting of the creditors of the said Bankrupt,to prove
their debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of
bis Estate, ?ill be bela at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden at ho. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, South
Carolina, before R. B. CARPENTER. Registrar, on
the nineteenth day of January, A. D. 1869, at 10
o'clock, A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
January a 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOB THE DIS?BTCT fF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE M ATILT. OF
THOM AS W. MARK LEY, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE 29TH DAY OF
DEC KM BER, A. D. 1868, IN SALT) COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY.-This is to give notice that on
the thirtieth day of December, A. D. 1868, a War?
rant iu Bankruptcy was issued against the Estate
of THOMAS W. MARKLEY, of Charleston City.in the
I iitrict of Charles ton,and Stato ol South Carolina, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition;
that the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belongin'j to sahl Bankrupt, to him or
tor his use, and the transfer of any property by
him arc forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
Creditors of tho said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and io choose one or moro Assignors of his Estate,
will ho held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden
at No. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, south Carolina,
before B. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the
nineteenth day of January, A. D. 1869, at 12 o'clock
M. J. P. M. EPPING.
United States Marshal as Messenger.
January 6 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR 50UTH CAROLINA
NOVEMBER TERM, 1868-IN THE MATTER OF
BENJAMIN H. READ, BANKRUP C - PETITION
FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANK?
RUPTCY.- Ordered, 'That a Loaring Se had on the
twenty-ninth day of January, 1869, at Fede al Court?
house lin Charleston, S. C., and that all Creditors,
A-c.. of said Bankrupt appear it said time and place,
sad shaw causo, if any they con, why the prayer of j
tho Peti.loner should not be be granted. And that [
the second and third meetings of Creditors of said
Bankrupt will be held at the office of J. C. CARPEN?
TER, Lsq., Ueaisirar ol First Congressional District,
S. c., on twenty-tixth and twenty-seventh days rf Jan?
uary, 1869, at 12 M.
By order of thc Court, the 31st day of recembcr,
1868. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of tho District Court of thc United States,
Januai y 6 w3 For South Carolina.
gAMUEL C. BLACK.
STOCK AND BEAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 38 Broad.street,
Charleston, 8. C.
Transactions made at auction or private salo. .
January 1 Imo
H . D e L E O M ,
Charleston, S. C.
WILL DUT AJlfl SELL ON COMMISSION,
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, COUPON8,
GOLD, SILVER, BANK BILLS AND
TTOL3IE8 & MACBETH,
No. 30 Broad-itrcct,
Charleston, b. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL CO DIM IS SION AGENTS.
Will atttond to Renting and Collecting of Ronts
and purchase aud sa o of Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To tho Purchaso of Goods and Supplies for parties
In the country upon reason ible terms.
GEonoE c. HOLMES.ALEXANDEB MACBETH.
Y. LEMO B Si R. S. BRUNS,
MONEY AND REAL E?TATE
N t>. 35 Bread-street,
Charleston, S. C.
J DRAYTON FORD,
BROKER, No. 40 BROAD-STREET,
BUXS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE AND PUB?
LIC AND PRIVATE BUND8, Stocka and Securi?
ties, of all kinds. Also, negotiates Loans ou Real
Estate and Stock Collaterals.
J OWN OKS ?i GRItUBALL,
No. ?tl Broad-street,
BUY AND StiLL ON COMMISSION,
kc, kc, kc
Renting of Houses attended to.
T- Pi.vcKN'EY LOWNDES.Bnon GWMTULL.
January 1 Imo
J H . W I LS ON,
No. 5 Broad-street.
GOLD, SILVER, BANK NOIES, COUPONS,
STOCKS AND BIJVDS,
Bought and Sold at Market Rates. Checks on
New York and Bile more, and Drafts on England.
Ireland, Puris and Berlin.
January 1 Imo
J O H~? D. ALEXANDER,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 16 Broad-strc ?
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS u?SINESS IM THE
WHITING UP AND ADJUSTING OF BOUK?- AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others. Also, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
BENTS OF HOUSES, ?c. October 1
Groceries on?) /Htscetlaneoos.
1 AA BBLS- DYKEMANS
?UU WO bbls. Goodrich
100 bbls. ChUJiens
100 bbls. Western Beds
100 bbls. Fink Eyes.
In store, and /or salo by
January 6 6 Mo. 102 East Bay.
CHOICE TABLE BDTTEB IN FIBRINS AND
SHOULDERS, STRIPS, C. H. S TD ES, HAMS AND
For sale low by WM. GURNEY,
January 6_wfm3 Na. 102 East Bay.
i)?Q BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY, JUST
j ?OO received per sehr. Nellie Martin nam
Portland. T. TUPPER ft SONS.
January 6_ 1
2A AA SACHS LIV. SPOOL SALT, IN PIKE
\)\J\J order, landing tb in day from bark
Agra and ready for delivery. For s-.io in lota to ault
purchasers. RAVENED k CO.
January 6_? _?
1 ? ?j f\ BALKS PRIME N. H. HAY, LAND
JLOOl/ ING from ship Amelia.
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
Jatuary 5_*_ 3
Q?AA SAGES LIVERPOOL SALT,LANDING
ODUlf from bork "Kamma Fonder."
For sale by T. J. KERR k 00.
January 4 8
?UGAR AND MOLASSES.
TWEVTV-fiVE ?i II Di.
CHOICE AND PRIME NEW ORLEANS SUGAR.
TWO HUNDRED BBLS.
PRIME NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
Juat arrived and for sale by
T. TUPPER & SONS. '
January 4 8
CAMPSEN MILLS EYE FLOUR
1 A A BABBELS FRESH GROUND NOS. 1 AND
1UU 2 RYE FLOUR
2 j barrels Fresh Ground Unbolted Rye Flour.
The inbscribeis would be pleased to have tho cns?
tom of the Charleston Bakers, who wish to encour?
age Southern enterprise. They will sell at New York
prices, adding expenses.
January 4 mwf3 JOHN CAM PS EN k CO.
CHEAP HAMS. ~~~
GOOD SUGAR-CURED HAMS (BAGGED) WAR?
RANTED sound, at 16 eenie per pound
Choice Florida (Syrup
New Orleans Sugar
Blaekberry Wine, a fino article; highly recommend?
ed for medicinal pm poses
Polmotto Hop Yeast cakes, fresh from the manufac?
tory, and for whtoh weare sole agenta.
A supply of the above caa be louidat the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. January 1
ORANGES ! SWEET ORANGES ?
1 fr AAA FDIE> SOUND AND SWEET
lt)?UUl/ ORANGES, in capital order, and
just received by schooner Sophia, from Nassau, N.
P. For sale at $2 CO per hundred, at
Mrs. O. D. K KN RICK'S,
No. 63 Market-street,
South side, and near Met ting-street.
Plantains 25 cents per dozen; Oranges 30 and 40
cents per dozen; Green Peas, for planting, $5 per
January 5 * 5
WHARTON & M0FFE1T,
MOFFETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY SI BEET.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAM?
ER, APPLES and PJ l'A roils, and offer for
sale the following varieties of Eating and Seed
Goodrich Seedling-FINK EYE
Western Red-Duck Eye
Chili Rod-Davie seedling
Teach Blow-Early Rose.
Parties ordering for seed should do so at once, be?
fore the rivers and canals are frozen np.
I. J. WHARTON,
No. 116 West-street, New York.
JAM?6 Q. MOFFETT,
No. 22 East Bay street, Charleston.
December 30 3mo
NORTHERN AND WALHALLA
WALHALLA APPLES AT FOUR DOLLARS PER
Baldwin W and $6 50
Gill Flo word $6 ,
MOFFE1T k WHARTON,
No. 22 Eist Bay, corner Vtnderhorst's Wharf.
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
FIVE HUNDRED BARRELS.
CfAA BBL9. WESTERN RED POTATOES
UU 100 bbls. Chili Red Potatoes
103 bbls. Garnett Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On board the schooners A. E. Glover and Jonas
Smith. For sale by
. JOHN F. O'NEILL k RON,
December 29 No. 167 East Bay.
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS I
H7B HAVE ALWAYS ON H *ND A LARGE SUP
\V PLY of FBUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Bananas, Pineapples, Plantains, Cocoanuts, Lemons,
Ra'slns, Fis?. Dates an 1 Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts ot ali kinds
BART k WIBTH,
Nos. 65 and 67 Market-street.
BOUCHE FILS & CO.'S
G HAM PAGNE 8.
Fer sale by ail leading Grocers and Wine Merchants.
N. B.-THESE WIVE* HAVP ALWAYS ENJOYED
A HIGH REPUTATION in Charleston and oihor
Southern cities, and are in overy respect of the first
clasa mwfhno November 23
CHOICE COTTON SEED.
THE SUBSCRIBER, DAVID DTCKSON, OF SPAR?
TA, takes this method of informing the cot?
ton planters of the South that he baa made every
arrangement fer t ie sale nnd shipment of the DICK?
SON SKLECI COTTON 8EeT>. Oe is in no way
connected with David Dickson, of Oxford, Georgia,
and has carefully selected this 6eed himself. The
eecd which has been twice selected, ls offered at $2
per bushel. The same see I which baa been care?
fully selected for the last three years, ia offered at
SS por bushel or five buibel? for $20, delivered at
the de ot. In order to insure a -aie delivery the
followins direction? eho ild be complied with: Write
the name and postofflce pLinlv; send the money by
mail, taking a certificate from the Postmaster, and
if the money is lost tho seid .will be Font on the re?
ceipt of the certificate. To prevent frauds on plan?
ters, no agents aro employed, and all letters musi oe,
directed to DAVID DICKSON,
Sparta, Hancock County, Georgia.
December 15 Imo
J Itt P O lt TE R S OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, (fcc.,
And Dealers va -
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN ft CO.
ns-Goods delivered to aU parta Qi toe City.