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-Gold closed in New York yesterday firm, at
-The New Ye k cotton market opened dull
a nd declining, b. closed steady; sales 2500 balee
-At Liverpool cotton closed unchanged;
sales 12,000 bales, uplands lld.
-A Nashville mechanic is said to have in?
vented a ?hoot ng machine, which he calls the
"Polyfer," which wiU destroy a regiment of
soldiers, dis! ant a mile and a half, in four min?
-The English Government is believed to
have sent an agent to Bogota to watch Mr.
Cushing, and sc3 tbat the United States docs
not get too much advantage in tho Darien Ship
-The NJW York Po3t advisss General Grant
to give notice that neither he nor his family
will receive presents, as those testimonials of
esteem aud admiration have probably, without
exception, some ulterior motive.
-Mr. Voorhees, member elect from Indiana
to the next Congress, baa arrived in Washing?
ton. Hi s election is not contested, as is gen?
erally supposed. His opponent talked of con?
testing, but did not give legal notice of such
-The Hungarians resideDts in the United
States are asking tho government to establish
a Consulate at Pesth, for the purpose of plac?
ing within tho reach of their countrymen" in?
formation whioh would facilitate omigration to
-Boston papers hint mysteriously at an
"event" which is to take place ia that city in a
few weeks, and which is to he the grandest re?
union of instrumental performers and the
largest cnorus ever known in the musical an?
nals of this or any other country.
-The Vicksburg (Miss.) Times says: "We
understand that tho distinguished soldier and
statesman is houoring our county with his pre?
sence. lu years gone by General Hampton
was a frequent visitor to his "possessions in
Issaquena and Washington, annually taking
his favorite sport of bear-hunting ia these
grand old swamps.
-In Erie, Pennsylvania, some brauches of
manufactures, such as soap-making, aro car?
ried on by the burning gas from wells, the
constant stream ot flame hoing made available
for heating the kettles. These streams of gas
can be quickly lighted, cause no trouble, there
being neither dirt nor cinders, and at the same
time are sale, as every partido of fire can be
shut off in au instant.
-Tho New York Sun favors the opening of
the public libraries ou Sunday, also lectures, Ac.
The Sun says: "It ic, easy enough to say that
people ought to go to church, teach in Sunday
school, and read good books, but they will not
do this, and the next hast thing ia to give
them at least something that they will do, to
keep them out of mischief." The desideratum
then, according to the Sun, is to be found in
pleasant and comfortable reading rooms,
where they could find books, magazines and
newspapers in abundance.
-Gus Holing, a mulatto, was hanged in
Tarboro', N. C., on New Year's Day for the
murder of Matthew King, a negro, in May ^
1867. He confessed the crime before he
died. While on the scaffold the negro popu?
lation, which was out in foroe, scaled the fenc3
built around it, in accordance with the law di ?
recting that executions shou'd be conducted
privately, and sung hymus and prayed with
the condemned until he had to request them
to cease. He was unable to stand when tho
knot was adjusted, and the sheriff and a negro
held him up cnlil the drop fell.
-The Constitution of Iowa requires tbat in
tho State University women shall be admitted
to aU the classes and in all the departments on
tho same terms as the men. ibo institution
is not fully organized. In the academical de
partaient, women form thirty-two per cent, of
the freshman CRIBS, seventeen per cent, of tho
sophomore and seven per cent, of the junior
class. There are no females in the senior class
nor in the law department, which was organ
zed last Septembsr. Thc medical dopa riment
will not go into operation until September,
-Whiskey, it is asserted, is manufactured
in New York city according to tho following
recipe: Common whiskey forty gallons, water
forty gallons, tincture Guinea pepper three gal?
lons, tincture of pellitory ou9 quart, acetic
ether two ouuees, and strong tea ono and a
half gallons. Tho alcohol m this mixture is so
much reduced in streugth that the dratrs must
be added to restore tho tasto, which burns tho
palate like fire. Tho dealer thus makes eighty
five gallons of imitation whiskey out of forty
gallons of common stuff. This recipe should
warn all persons against tho use of such poi.
-The Washington correspondent of the New
York Commercial writes: Senator Sprague re?
turns to his seat in the '"Senate, re-elected for
six years by the Rhodo Island Legislature. It
is said tie senator proposos' to take a more
active part than formely in tho debates and
public matters generally. He is turnius his
attention especially to the rehabilitation of
the South, and towards such moans as pre
available in aiding the development of mar u
factures and the restoration of commercial
prosperity. Report says that his recent pur
ohase of nine thousand acres of choice laud at
ten dollars per acre on Cumberland Island, op?
posite Fernandina, Florida, is but the first of j
the investments of a similar character tLnt
Governor Sprague intends to make in the
-Congressional proceedings opened on Tues?
day with a senatorial attack upon the constitu?
tional prerogative of tho Executive, which led
to an animated debate. Mr. Ferry, of Connec?
ticut, submitted a resolution calling on Presi?
dent Johnson for a copy of his late amnesty
proclamation, and the authority under which
it was issuod. Although it was ostensibly a
simple call for inform?t'~i, in reality it was
notice of a combined assault by the Radical
wing of the Senate upon his constitutional
power to grant pardons and reprieves. Tho
resolution was finally adoptoi, and much in?
terest will be felt to know how the President
wiU respond. The point, as made by the Radi?
cal side c' the Sc nato, is that the clause of ihe
constitution which says the Presideut "shall
have power to graut reprieves" does not em?
-The Now Orleans Crescent relates the fol?
lowing circumstances in connection with the
recent death of ex-Governor Morehead, of
Kentucky, at his plantation in Mississippi :
"lhere was something touching and even
tragical in the circumstances of Governor
Morehead's death. The plantation at which he
died was a property which, after tho war, when
noarly 3sventy years of age, by a dint of cheer?
ful avd indomitable euorgy, undor difficulties
which might hav.-> appalled a much younger
man, he had restored from a state of wreck of
devastation to a condition of (?pod order and
productiveness. Ho had made an unusually
fine crop the past season. His pecuniary hopos
it seems were dependent upon its proceeds,
and the bulk of it was stored in a treacherous
gin house. Called up in the night by the an?
nouncement that the gin house had caught
fire, he rushed forth to behold the flames
bursting through tho roof. He rea:l in them
the nothingness of the year's arduous labor
and expenditure, with the possible sequel of
bankruptcy and romcdiless poverty. Tho
shock killed him OJ the spot."
FBIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1869.
The New British Ministry.
The London Telegraph says that the ab?
sence of so conspicuous a name ns that of
Lord Russell is simply explained-the vet?
eran Liberal chief prefers not to take office.
The appointment of Mr. Bright to a com?
paratively unimportant department-the
Board of Trade-may also excite some sur?
prise, arising from; the singularly high po?
sition of the occupant. It is Mr. Bright's own
choice. He could have commanded one of tho
Secretaryships of State; but not for the first
time has he shown an utterly unselfish de?
sire to postpone all personal considerations
and to help his leader in any fashion or in
any way, either by standing out, a friendly
looker-on, or by taking a post which, while
comparatively humble, will give him his
full share of Cabinet responsibility. All
things considered, tho Chancellorship of
the Exchequer is, perhaps, the bett posi?
tion into which Mr. Lowe could have been
put. Not to put it too finely, "he has a
"temper of his own." In a department
where he would have exercised direct rule
ever permanent officials and been able practi?
cally to oarry out his own, extremely con?
crete ideas on some questions, his special
qualities-those faults of his that "lean to
"virtue's side," and those faults of his that
don't-would have brought him into con?
stant collision with less acute intellects,
and with men not always accustomed to
obey. But the Chancellor of the Exohequer,
wielding an immense power in a small
office, has a wide criticising control over
al. tae departments of the State, and we
are quite euro that Mr. Lowe will bc a fear?
less financial critic. The Telegraph hopes
Mr. Gladstone will observe that the Cabi?
net already contains au ample measure of
the "aristocratic" element. The country
will not be satisfied unless the Ministry be
further reinforced by the addition of more
than one distinguished commoner.
A Pat on the Bach.
Charleston is stretching out her iron
arms to Vicksburg, New Orleans, Memphis,
Cincinnati and Mobile; wo are urging the
complet ion of the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad, which will open direct communi?
cation by the seaboard route from Portland,
Maine, to New Orleans; consolidations aro
contemplated which will enable us to draw
to our waters thc trado of the neighboring
States. In fine, we are at work, and arc
working with a will. Thc North is begin?
ning to take notice once more of this giant
baby South, and the sober Financial Bulle?
tin, of New York, pats us on tho back in
"The mest encouraging and satisfactory ac?
counts of the present and prospective condition
of the Southern States aro those which reter
to the growing interest manifosted in increas?
ing and extending tho railroad facilities of that
section. AU this is very gratifying. If Con?
gress will devote its attention to legislation
baaed on tho necessities of tho poople, rather
than thc demands of party, tho progress of the
South in all forms of material improvement
will bo certain and rapid. Wo arc deeply inter
osted in the trado of the South. It was former?
ly a source of large profit to tho North, and can
be male so in tho future. They havo valuable
products to sell, aud in return require tho man?
ufactured articles of tho Northern States. In
?xteading and enlarging tho facilities for trans?
portation the peoplo of the South ara doing
that which will give the country a fresh impe-'
:ti3 iu her progress towards greater wealth and
It c views.
LHE HOUSE INBALFOOE-STEEET. A Novel. By
Charles Dimitry. Now York : George Wil?
cox. Charl: sion : John Russell.
We should like to be ebie to speak favor
xbly of n, novel by a Southern author, but
unfortunately "Tho House in Balfour
"6treet" lacks the first essential of a suc
:essful story-it is very uninteresting. Add
to this, that the development of the plot is
jbscure, the springs of action being diffi?
cult to discern, and, for the most part, fail?
ing to account sufficiently for their conse?
quences; and it will be seen that Mr. Dim?
itry's appearance as a novellist is not a
promising one. For tho rest, the book is
quite unobjectionable au 1 can do no possible
harm to UH readers-which, in these days,
is saying something.
MADA? E DE BEAUPRE. By Mrs. C. Jenkin, Au?
thor <i "Who Breaks, Pays," &C. New York :
Leypoldt & Hj?t. Charlo'toa : John Russo1!.
This is another of those charming stories
of modern French society which Mrs. Jen?
kin tells so wei!. "Madame de Beaupre"
ts worthy of its predecessors, and is marked
by the same incisive and epigrammatic
atyle, the same sprightly dialogue and vivid
characterization, which distinguished them.
The book, which is uniform with the series
of Mrs. Jankin's novels now in procees of
publ cation by Messrs. Leypoldt & Holt, is
very prettily gotten up, and both inside
and out, is one of the most attractive vol?
umes we have lately seen.
TOBACCO AND ALCOHOL. I. It Docs Pay to
Smoke. IL The Coming Man will Drink
Wme. By John Fiske, M. A. L. L. B. New
York : Leypoldt A Holt. Charleston : John
This little pamphlet is'an elaboration of
what the author tells us was originally in?
tended as a review of Mr. Patton's book
upon "Smokingand Drinking,"and at' -\ined
its present size and form by reason of his
desire thoroughly to expose and completely
to refute the numerous fallacies set forth
by that new convert to teetotalism. The
serious portions of the essay are marked by
thought and discrimination, andar?, in our
judgment, founded upon sound physiologi?
cal bases. Without pretension to thc dig?
nity of a scientific treatise, the book pre?
sents an intelligible summary upon the
vexed question of which it treats, and is
worth an attentive perusal by all interested
in a subject of so large popular importance.
THE ENGLISH PAPERS assert that thc peo?
ple of India have not adequately taken ad?
vantage of the opportunities afforded them
by the civil war in the United States to
acquire pre-eminence in the cultivation of
cotton. To improve the quality of cotton,
to increase tho production, to open or re?
move all existing obstacles, to provide bet?
ter reads and ample means of irrigation,
and, in short, to make diligent use of all
the appliances which exist, in order to
retain and increase so valuable a trade, it
is stated, should be an object of oenstant
solicitude. The new Governor-General of
India, it is believed, will exert himself in
the promotion of the cotton interests in that
THE NEW YORK TBIBUNE speaks of the
sale of the water-power at Columbia, to
Senator Sprague for two hundred dollars,
and says that great as this sacrifice must be
"to the immediate owners," it will be a
still ?greater gain to the State. The wa?
ter-power which w.s sold was the property
of the State, it being wisely given away lo
secure the erection of. mills and factories
for the benefit of all South Carolina. We
ail know now that men live not by cotton
alone; therefore it is that we arc determin?
ed to have, ere long, as many ootton facto?
ries as we have thousands of bales of the
A BILL OF INJUNCTION has been granted
against the Southwestern Railroad Company
and the Central Railroad Company, of Geor?
gia, forbidding their purchase of the stock
of the Albany and Gulf Railroad recently
transferred to them by the City of Savannah,
and restraining them from all attempts to
control thereby the operation of the Albany
and Gulf Railroad and the commercial and
business interests of Central, Southern und
Western Georgia. The Savannah Newe
says, mournfully, that "it is never wise to
"count chickens until they are hatched."
THE CHARLESTON DELEGATION in the Gen?
eral Assembly should take up and push for?
ward the bill for the relief of the Savannah
and Charleston Railroad. Not one dollar
is asked from the State, direct'.y or indi?
rectly, beyond the sum for which she is
liable by her endorsement on the bonds of
the company, and the company will be ena?
bled to complete the road to Savannah
surely and speedily. This is a mest im?
portant matter for Charleston and the whole
WANTED, A LOAN 0 F $5U00 OK
$(?000 tor ono or two years, on some of the
best located properly in tbe city. Apply through
Pos'.offlce, statin; aame of apolicant, terms ot loan
and place of interview, to N Y.
January 8 2*
WANT KD, BY A YOI Wei ill AN OF
steady habits and industry, a situation as
CLERE, or to assist ht any kind ef work; hm no
particular biisiaoss; is quilo used to tbe pen, and
wiuiag to make hi?, ?oit generally uselul; can be en?
gaged only from halt-Bant Four, o'clock in the after?
noon until Twelve at a lebt For particulars, address
XXX, Charleston Postofnoo. January 6
WANTED, A LADY TO TEACH THE
usuil English branche.?, French, and Music
ou the Piano, in a family residing in tho middle i ca?
tion of the State, in a very healthy locality. One
having some experience in teaching preferred. Ap
ply at THIS OEFIC?. '_January 1
IAi FORMATION AV ANTED.-ANY IK.
FORMATION given of STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached the city oo Wednesday last, will be thank?
fully rccived by bia wife, MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
romer Church an i Chalmers-streets.
WANTED, EVERY ?ODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING L1BRARX.
3BARLES C. RIGUTEB'8 Select Library of New
Hooks contains all of thc latest publications.
April 21 No. 1C1 KING-STREET.
nj ANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM
?. ED to write for tho press, employaient on
jne or more Literary Papera or Magazines, na a
WRITER OP SKETCHES. POETRY, A-c. Address
Miss K. E. W., Postofflco, Charleston, S. C.
A UENTS WASTED.-$75 TU$800 PKJC.
?\_ month, or a commission from which twice
hat amount can bc mido by Kelling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY >K\VINO MA
JUIN K ; price S18. i ur circulars and terms, ailurc?*
?. BOWE : 8 & CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
Phila lelphia, Pa. thu o December 5
COWS FiUS SALE.-TWO FINK COWS,
with their young Calves, tinco year'* feeding
u tho city; they ave Uno milite: s, and perfectly
?outla. Ali'*, otip fiue Spriugcr. uear to bcrcalvieg.
Ipply at No. CT OANWO S-STREBr, son.beast of
Rutledge. 1* January 8
FOU SALK, A ?ATTICA ? Bli AT, WITH
snii? und every diing complete. Apply at Veu
ling's Whait. J. A. ROBINSON.
January 8 1*
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALK CHEAP,
if applii d for ?mmertlp.toly
(j) Ot:c 12-horse Portable ENGINE
(1) One i-borse Por able Engine
CAMERON. BAREL FY & CO .
yortboist corner Mee ing and Cumberland-streets.
January 1 13
FRUIT FA KM FOR SALE, N KA lt
AIKEN, S. C.-THREE HUNDRED ACRES.
i he farm has nearly five tuousand trait tree ?, con?
sisting of Pe ch, Apple, Cherry, Plain, Pomegranate,
[Tig, Peal', kc. Also, a varieiy of small <ruiis. as,
'.'Hspbernes, strawberries, imported Blackberries,
I-c., all cf the choicest kinds.' ?Iso, about ttveuty
ive acres ol' the Choicest Grapes of various kinds.
3no hundred ?cres o? the lund ls cleared, and good
'arming land; tho bataneo i? wo..il lau.i. * or tur?
ner particulars apply to JAMES W. MAY,
Northwest side of Courthouse,
December 17 Imo Cbarlceton, a. C.
E M U V A L .
J . ?SHAW
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FR'ENDS, AND THE
mbllc generally, that ho his r*moved to that more
entrai and commodious Store. No. 2C8 KI\G
iTKEET, whore ho will keop, af heretofore, a fash
onable and well assorted stock ol DRY GOODS,
t moderato p ices.
'J hanklnl for post favors. I most respectfully so
icit a eontiuuaucc of tho same.
No. 2C8 King-street,
Second Store below JUascl-s'roei.
January 4 mw?G
3 TOt KAI FROM SAItlL. G. LY ?TON,
C5 Allendale, Barnwell District, on tho night of 21st
>f December, a B.\Y MARE, fifteen hands high or
ena; black legs, mane and tul, no white spota around
he ankle, slight scar o?a baddie on the righi .tide of |
ier back. A reward of Twenty-five Dollars will bo
?id for recovery of the mare. '
January 4 mwf3*
H E A T K E .
JOHN V. GILBERT. Manager.
Friday Evening, January 8, 18G8.
BENEFIT OF MRS. HARRY WATKINS.
On which occisi?n will be presented the greatest
sensation of the ago,
January 8 1
T. CECILIA SOCIETY.
A BALL WILL BE GIVEN AT THE HALL OF
THE .SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY,
THURSDAY, J A NU ART 14, 1869.
T. PINCE KEY LOWNDES,
January 6 Secretary and Treasurer.
THE KEY TO FASHIONABLE AND UNFASH?
IONABLE DANCING, dc.
MON3. BERGER INFORMS HI? PATBONS THAT
his new quarter will begin on Tuesday, tho 6th rf
Jjnuary, over Mr. HOLMES* BOOK SIORE, north?
west comer of King aad Wentworth, and his Satur?
day's Soirees will begin on the 9th. As Tnost userai.
Mons. B will teach thc ?>y to Modern Dancing and
the Walking, Sliding and Mixed Steps; these include
all tho various styles of slops used at the ball-room,
and aro easily mastered. Aa novelties, he wiU teach
(he New Waltz, tho German Hop and the Beyal Ger?
man, be3id *9 fancy dances of every description.
, Private families and Boarding Schools attended to
Mons. Berger is two well Known lo think any com?
For particulars apply at No. 211 KING-STREET,
or at the H \ LL at Ihn time of tuition.
Jaouary 1 erna* G
110 KENT, THE KICE PLANTATION
known as SMITHFIELD, near Connbaheo Fer?
ry, containing about 200 aci es rice land ata good
pitch of tho tide. For further particulars apply at
THIS OFFICE_fmw3_January 8
TO KENT, THAT TH KKK ST?RY
BRICK HOUSE known as No 68 Tradd-strcct,
near Meeting-street, containing eight square rooms,
garrot, pantry, dressing room, with gas throughout,
stable, carriage house, floe cistern, Ac. For terms,
apply to WM. H. DAWSON, Real 1 state Agent, No 65
Bro-d-strect. 2_January 8
TO RENT, THE TWO AND A HALF
story BRICK HO DSF, northwest corner Hasel
and East BJv streets. Apoly ac No. 104 MARKE!'.
STREBT, bstween Meeting and King streets.
January 4 mwf3
GROCERY STORK TO RESIT.-THAT
fine Old Stand, corner of Biog and Clifford
streets, ls now vacant. Terms moderate. Apply to
C. D. AHRENS 4 CO.
January V 12
TO KENT, A NICELY FURNISHED
SLIEBPI>G RO( M, fronling on King-street,
suitable for two smglogentlemen, or gentleman and
wife Term J moderato. Apply et No. 324 KING
SJ REET. opposite Liberty-street.
TO RENT, THE HOUSE AN ?J STOKE,
No. 322 King-street, opposite Liberty. A good
stand for business. Possession immediately.
The Dwelling at tbo Northwest corner Kiug and
Calhoun street", a pleasant situation, with cistern
and gas. Inquire at No. 19 M ON TA G UE- S IRE KT.
rpo RENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER.
L Apply at THIS OFFICE. October 28
(?p art ne rs I) i j) ftatirt.
LAW NOTICE.-THE UNDERSIGNED
have associated Ihemso'.ves as Copartners lu
the PRACTICE OF LAW.
Office for tho present, No. 23 BROAD-1- TREET.
HENRY D. LES 13 <B&
Jannary 7_CH RICHARDSON MILES.
NOTICE.-I HAVE THIS DAY ASSO?
CIATED with me in the BANKING. EX?
CHANGE AND BROKERAGE BONINESS. Mr. ED?
WARD M. MORELANL, of this city, under tho firm,
name and style of L. GAMBRILL k CO.
The power of Attorney from me to E. M. More?
land is, consequently, revoked. L. GAMBRILL.
Charleston, S. C., January 1,18C9.
January 1 Imo
LAW NOTICE.-MCMILLAN KI*<;,
Esq., is this day admitted a partner in our
CAMPBELL k SEABROOK, Lawyers, .
No. 60 Broad-street.
JAMES B. CAMPBELL.
MCMILLAN KING._January 1
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-I HAVE
this day associated with me, In the FAOJTUM
A6E AND COMMISolON BUSINESS, ray son,
H KN ?YT. WILLIAMS, under the firm "of W. B.
WILLIAMS k SON.
WINTHROP B. WILLIAMS,
Accommodation Wh rf.
Charleston, January 1,18G9.
January 1 fmwlS
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-THE UN?
DERSIGNED have, in accordance, with thc
AOIS of Gonoral Assembly, and under firm name of |
WILLIAM GORNEY, nnd in conformity with tho
articles of agreement of limited partnership (bear?
ing date 6th day of September, 186.*)), expiring this
lt is mutually agreed lo roncw and continue same
under said agreement te Juno let, 18C9.
(Mgned) WM. GL RNEY, Gonoral Partner.
(Signed) JAY L ADAMS, special Partner.
Charleston, Do:omoer 1, 1868.
December 19 wfmlmo
SUM BI K K VI LL K MALE SCHOOL.-THE
EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE having procured
tuc Bervicesof Dr. c. if, WRICK as Teacher, an?
nounce that this School will bo opened on the 4th
The ni?o will be to make it of the first class. Tu
itiou will bc placed within tho reach of all persons,
and special attention will bo given lo a.-curacy. Pu?
pils will bc received as Hoarder* nt a low rate.
DAVID \V. LAMB, li. D.
B. B. SMI I II, M. D.
DANIEL FLUB. M. D.
Rev. J. J. SAMS.
January 1 n.wfS
GI KERN VILLE FEMALE COLLEGE
T Tho Spri'ig Session Of thin Institut en will bc
giu on Wcdiusday, thc JJ of Fcbruaty, and continue
Ample provision ha* been mvte for efficient in?
struction in all departments including Ancient aud
Modem Languages, Drawieg and Faluting. Solo
Singing and Vocaliza!iou, Thorough Bass ind Har?
mony, aud Iustrnment.il Music. Fur tull particu?
lars, apply for catalogue to
PROFESSOR C. H. JUDSON,
January 4 mwf3* (?rconv?le, S. C.
FU lt M AN U.VIVH li .IT V.-THE RXER
CISBS ot this Inf titration will bc re-urned cn
M'cdnrsdat, the 3d of February next, uudcr the fol?
lowing l-acultv :
Rev. JU?ES C. FURMAN. D. D.. President, and
Professor nf Belle? Lattr- ? und Metaphysics.
C. B. JUDSON. Professor ot Mathematics and
J. C. FABER, Professor of Latin Language arid
C. H. TOY, Professor of Greok Language nnd Lit?
J. M. HARRIS, i'rolna-or of Natural Philosophy
Dr. FABIJR will also glvo Instruction to private
classes in Modern Languages.
THUMB, AC.-As the successful prosecution of the
prescribed cou. ses of study depends rather upon
scholarly habits and maturity ot mind, rather than
upou the books which have been read, the Faoi liy
wUI exercise their dis. renou in Ibo admission of
such stud mts as can appt ?clate University instruc?
i he Preparatory Department is now a separate
and distinct school, under charge, of Professor J. B.
Students not on scholarship pay $35 for tuition
and in iden tal expenses, vcr session of twenty
Scholarship Students receive free tuition, but pay
ti GO per session for inoidental expenses.
Boarding can be had at $15 to $18 per month-all
Threo-yeir Scholarships, conditioned npon tho
paymem al ?30, annually, can be had on application
to the Treasurer.
Those who have given lends will please mako
prompt payment of tho fi: st instalment, etta or to
the 'J reasnrcr or one of th : authorized agents.
C H. JUDdON, Treasurer,
Jan?.ry 4 mwf3* Greenville, 8. C.
yyiLLIS ?Si CH1SOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, 8ALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
E.WILLIS.A. B. OHTSOLM,
ST. JflPH VS LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE MEMBERS A*D PEWH CEDERS OF THI3
Church arc requested to at Und a meeting at
tho Chu:, h. This Afternoon, 9th instant, at Foiir
o'clock, on bu Ines s of .importance
Jan it ar.- 8 2
MARION LODGE, No. 2,1. O. O. F.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY ME Ell KG OF THIS
I.oSgewiU bo held TA? Evening, at Sevon
o'clock, ut Odd Fcllow'd Hall, cornor King and
Liberty streets. .
Member.' are requested to attend.
J ly ordor N. G. ROBERT C. STARR,
January 8 * f Recording Secretary.
CHARLESTON RIFLE AI EV SOCIETY.
rpiHE ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF TBE SOCI
J ELY will be held This Eesning, January 8th, at
Seven o'clock, Election ot Officers at ball-ps-t Seven
o'clock. A prcmpt and lull attendance is earnestly
Invited Guests aro desired io assemble at Nine
o'clock. F. EUGENE DURBEC,
Secretary and 'J reacurer C. B. S.
January 8 1
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY. No. 2.
THE FORTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY MEETING
of your Company will bo held This Evening, tho
8th instant, at your Ball, Wentworths reef, at seven
A full and punctual attendance of the members ls
By order. GEORGE McLAIN, Secretary.
B. 0. H. C. F._January 8
CHARLESTON STE IM FIRE ENGINE
COMPiNY OF AX M EN.
THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF YOUR COM?
PANY will be held This Eiening, at Market
Hall, at Sevon o'clsck precisely, when a punctual
and general attendance ls requested.
Members will appear in uniform.
Honorary and Contributing Members are cordially
l' Vited. By order.
January 8 1 WM. KNOX, Secretary.
HEADQUARTERS, POST No. 1, G. A. R.
ATTENTION I COMRADE?.
YOU ARE REQUESTED TO ATTEND THE
Regular Meeting of the Post on Friday, tho
8th instant, at seven P, M., at the usual place.
By order of the Commander.
January 8 1* Adjoiunt.
THE FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CORPORA
TfON w'UbT held in tho Church, on Monday
Afternoon next, 11th instant, at Five o'clock.
January 8 3 Secretary.
ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVER?
TO THE ISRAELI CES OF OH ARLESTON:-YOU
are requested to attend a meeting of thia Broth?
erhood on Sunday next, at Ten o'clock, A. M., at the
Hall cf tho Hebrew Oipban Society, Broad-street. A
full at tendance ls earnestly requested.
By order of the President, pro tem.
January 7 3 Secretary, pro tem.
BOARD, WITH PLEASANT ROOMS
cnn be had on application at No. GT H AST.L
STREE r. 6* January 8
LOST, ON WEDN ESDAI" NIGHT, JAN?
UARY 6th. in King, Market or Meeting streets,
between Hasel-street aDd Theatre, a Lady's Bark
Brown TUR VICTORISE. The Under will be liber?
ally rewarded by leaving the -ame at Big Boot, No.
250 KING-STREET._1*_January 8
?\TOTICE.-I HAVK IN MY POSSES
?y HON, at Georges* Station, South Carolina
Railroad, a largo dark bay MARE MULE, with a
small whllo spot betweeu thc ears; levied upon as
the property of T. W. Clark, at tho instance of Henry
Said Mule, I have reason to bolieve, bas been sto?
len by said Roberts. Tho owner, by provi- g prop?
erty and paying expenses, can recover the ramo;
otherwise, tho Mole will be sold under Ihe execution
on tho leila January, at twelve o'clock M.
G. p. JACOBY,
Magistrate of Colleton County,
january 8 tl
PICKED UP ADRIFT, A LAUGE DUG?
OU C BOAT, found going adrift In Wappoo Ont,
which c?n be obtained Ty proving propertv and
paying oxpenecs. Apply lo the WATCHMAN at
Wappoo Mills. 3* January 6
CHARLESTON ALMS HOUSE.-AN
election for Master and Matron; also lor
Book and Doorkeeper of this Institution will take
place on Werlt es lay, the 20th January, 18C9. Ap,.li
cants are requested to bird in their letters to tho
Master of tho Alms House on or beforo that day.
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE-ES?
TIMATES for furnishing the above named in?
stitution with Broad, Beef, Fork and Veal, um il the
3lst December next, will bo considered by tho
Board of Commissioners pn Thursday, the 11th in?
Scaled es imates must bo left with tho Steward at
the institution prior to that date.
OFFICE CITY TREAS UK Y-FOURTH
JANUARY, 1869.-CITY BADGE*.-LICENflEJ
prepared under Ordinance of 1869, for all Public Ve?
hicles, viz: Carts, Draje. Wagons, Trucks aid Backs;
also, for Bread Carts, Omni-uses and Exprrss Wag?
ons, will bo issued from this office, and must be
taken i ut during the present month.
January G City Treasurer.
CITY T K E A S UR Y, 4th JA N U A RY,1869,
t oupofson Fire Loan Boads, payable in tho
City of New York on 1st of January, wdl b9 paid on
presentation at this office S. THOMAS,
January 6 City Treasurer.
SHIRR A'S DISPENSARY.-THE MED?
ICAL Officers cf this Charity will attend to all
the indigent sick in the portion of tho city below
Tho EASTERN DISTRICT w?l comprise the sec?
tion eau of Mceting-S'rect, and between Calhoun
and Broad streets. Medical officer, Dr. J. L. AN?
CRUM; rtBidence No. 19 society-street.
Thc WESTERN DlbTBMl will comprise the sec?
tion or thc city west of Meeting-street, botween Cal?
houn and Broad-"treet?, and in addition, all that
part ol ibo city sor.'.b ol' Broad-street. Medical offi?
cer. Dr. WM. ri. BAILEY; rcaidenco No. 97Tra-d
the offlco of th- DJspmsary as hcrotofore, on SO
CIM Y-slittEr", north side, one door west of Meet?
Consultation hoars at offbe from Nine to Ten
A. M. ; finora giro to ? ix P. M. 6 January 3
QITY ?AX-?S-MO.V1HLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
* - Urn If AL tv, January 1,18C9. |
Notice is hereby given to all concerned, that the
monthly Returns lor the m utlief Decemoer past, in
compliance with tho 'Jax Ordiuanc\ ratified on tuc
?tub (.1 January, 1808, and emended on tho 29th of
September, 18Gd, must be rna lo on or beLro the
1 b instant.
TAXES Oh- TUE FOIXOWTNO AnE FATA3L2 MOXT1UT.
On a l Kilos of Goods, Wares and Merchandise, in?
cluding Rice, Lumber, Hay, Grain aui Naval Stores.
Ou ail sales ot Cotton.
On all h rcight and Paswnotor lasts ol all steamers
and sailing vessels paid or payable in this city.
On all salos by Bakers, Botcher* and Hucksters, i
On all gross receipts of all 8-JC0t Railroads.
Ona 1 gross receipt? of all Exurcs* lionipanieB.
On ail sales ut Auction.
On all Carriages au J Buggies.
On alliscoine derived lrom tho pursuit of any
faculty, pro fr edon, occup?t! m or employment
On the gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all commisriocs received by Factors, Commis?
sion iVorchaute, Bankers, Broacrn, and others.
On all premun?s received for or by auy lusu'ance
Com any, or by agencies tor individuals or com,:
Ou all gross receipts of all Gas Oompamcs.
On every Horte and Mule u*ed or k*pt within the
city, excepting noises or mules n.-ed in any public
licensed carriage, car:, dray, or other vehicle.
On ull Re.ail Deu lok-.. In all ariioioa whatsoever
On a 1 Barber Shops. - ^
On all groBs r? cei pis of Hotols andrYubhc Kating
and Boarding Houses.
On all receipts of Livery stublc l?oopors.
On tue gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On the gross receipts of all Printing Orneen, Nows
pap rs and PubUsbing Houses.
On all Gooda sold ia the city by persons not resi?
dent, bv sa ? pie or otherwise.
On all sales of Horses and Mules brought to the
On eales ol Stocks. Bonds, and other securities.
On the gross ?eeeipti of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On the gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All defaulters will be doalt with as tho ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HOGHES,
Jauuary 1 15 City Assessor.
T . HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT. '
SALES OF RF-AL ESTATE. STOCKS. BON7*S, SE
CUR! IIB* AND Pi lV-ONALl'ltOPliRTY
No. 2 7 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. B. WARING, Esq.
W\C?5 tu ganhruptrrj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE?, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF THOM.
AS MOD. HODSON, BANKRUPT, BV WHOM A
PETITION FOR"ADJUDICA l'ION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON THE S8XH DAY Of DECEM?
BER, A. D. 1868, IN SAIB COURT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Tbl? i? to give notice that on the twenty'
ninth day of December, A. D. 1808. a Warrant in
Bankruptcy waa Issued against thc Estate of THOM?
AS McD. HUTTON, of Clarenden District, and
State of South Carolina, who has been adjudged
a Bankrupt oil hts own petition; that tho pay?
ment of any debts end Ce Ivory of any property
beloncing to said Banlrrup*, to him or Xor hts
usa, and the transfer of any propertv by him,
are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
Creditors of thc said Baukrupi, to provo their
debt*, and to choose one or moro As?gnete of his
Estate, w?T bc held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at No. 72 Broad-street, Charles to?, South Caro?
lina, before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the
thirteenth day of January, A. D. 1369, at ll o'clock
A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United State; Marshal as Messenger.
January 8 1
IS THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA - TN- THE MATTER OF
GEORGE O. ROBINSON, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY- WAS FILED ON THE 28TH DAY OF DE?
CEMBER, A. D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY,-This is to givo notice tb it on the twenty
ninth day of December, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bank?
ruptcy was issued against tho Estate of GEORGE
0. ROBINSON, cf 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 to said Bankrupt, to
him or for his use, and thc transfer of any propel ty
by him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors of the Bald 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
at No. 72 Lroad-streef, Charleston, S. C., beforo R.
B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the thirteenth day oj
January, A. D. 1869, at 1 o'clock P. tl.
J. P. ti. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
January 8 - 1
L riv THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
JL UNITED STATES, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN 1HE MATTER OF JOHN
MoDONALD LAW, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM A PE?
TITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 28TH DAY OF DEC EM DEB,
A. D. 1868, TN SAID COURT.-TN UANKBUP1CY -
This is to givo notice, that on the twenty-ninth day oj
December, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issuoJ azatnst the Estate of IOHN MCDONALD LAW,
of Lynchburg, in the District of Sumter, and
State ot Sontb Carolina, who has be' adjudged
a Bankrupt, on his own petition; that tho payment ol
any debts and do'ivery of any property belonging to
said Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer
of any property by him are forbidden hy law; that a
in eoting of th e creditors pf the said Bankrupt,to prove
tboir debbi, and to choose ono or more Assignees ol
his Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
bo boldon at t.o. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, South
Carolina, before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on
tho thirteenth day of January, A. D. 1869, nt 9
o'clock, A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
January 8 1
If? TH li DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLIN A-IN THE MATTIR OF
F. M. RH AME, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FiLED ON THE 28ra DAY OF
DECEMBER, A. D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY.-This is to giro notice that on
tho twenti-ninth day of December, A. D. 1868, a War?
rant io Bankruptcy was issued against the Estate ol
F. M. RH AME, of Friendship, in the District ol
Clarendon, and btato ol South Carolina, who bas
been adjudged a Bankrupt, on hts own petition;
that tire payment of any debts and delivery of an y
pioperty belonging to said Bankrupt, to htm or
for his use, and thc transfer of any property by
him are forbidden by law; that a inseting of the
Credltois of tho said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to cbooso one or more Assignees of his Estate,
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
at No. 72 Broad-.-lrect, Charleston, south Carolina,
before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the
thirteenth day of January, A. D. 1869, at 3 o'clock
P. M. J. P. M. EKPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
January 8 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED MATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, 1869.-LN THE MATTER Ol
GABRIEL DAVIS, OF CHARLESTON, BANK?
RUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CO A HOE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That s
heiring be had on the twenty-eightli day rf January,
1869, at Federal Courthouse ia Charleston, S. C.|
and that all Creditors, ?c., of said Bankrupt appear
at said time and place, and shew cause, if any iii ey
can, why tho brayer of the petitioner should not b:
granted. And that the socond and third meetings
of creditors of said Bankrupt will be held at the
office of J. C. CARPENTEit, Esq., Registrar ot Sec?
ond Congressional District, S. C., on thc twenty-sixth
day of January, 1869, at 12 M.
By order of tho Court, the 7 th doy of January, 18 J9.
D ?. N IEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of tbe District Court of the U. b. for s, C.
January 8 13
IN" THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOB SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, 1869-IN THE MATTER OF J.
J. BRABHAM, OF THE FIRM OF HOFFMAN,
BRABHAM A CO., BANKRUPTS-PETH ION FOR
FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-Ordered, That a hearing be had on the twenty
eighth day of January, 1869, at Federal Courthouse
in Charleston, S. C.; and that all Creditors, ?c., el
said Bankrupt appear at said tune and place, and
show cause, if any they cm, why the prayer of the
Petitioner should not be granted. And that the
second ind Hurd meetings of Creditors of said Bank?
rupt will bo held at the office of J. C. CARPEN?
TER, Esq., Registrar of the second Congressional
District, ts. C., on the twenty-sixth day if January,
1869, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, tho 7th day of January,
1869. DANIEL HJRLSECK,
Clerk of the District Court of tbe United States foi
South Carolina._13_January 8
I. THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE8, FOR 80UTH 0AROLINA
JANUARY TERM, i869.-IN THE NUT?R OE
liEOUGE HOl'FMAN, OF THE FIRM OF HOFF?
MAN, BRABHAM k CO., BANKUUPIS -PETTI ION
FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANK?
RUPTCY.- Ordered, That a hearing be had on the
twenty-eighth day of January, 1869, at federal Court?
house In Charleston, S. C.; and that all creditors,
Ac, of the said Bankrupt appear at laid time and
place, and show cause, if any they eau, why the
priyer of Ibo petitioner should not bo granted. And
that the soeoud and third meeting ? of tho creditors of
said Bankrupt will be held at the ofilee of J. C. CAR?
PENTER, l's]., Regisirar of t-ccuid Congrfsrional
District, South Carolina, on twenty-sixth day of Janu?
ary. 1869, at 12 M.
cy order cf the Court, ike 7.h diy of January,
1869. DANIEL HOKLBBCK,
Clork of tho District Court ot' the United states for
south carolina. 13 January 8
IN TH? DISTRICT COURT (IP 'I HU
UNITED sT '.TE-, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
ANUARY TERM, 18C9.-IN TH* MATTER OF H.
BRABHAM, CF THE FIRM OF HOFFMAN,
BRABHAM k CO., BANKRUPTS. -PETITION FOR
'CLL AND FINAL I'iSCUAKGH IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-Ordered, That a he .ting bo had ou tho twenty
'.ig'dh day of January, 18C9, at Federal Com Iboitse
in Charles on, s. C.; und that all creditors, ka., ot
said Uankmpt appear at said tieio and place, aud
?how cause, if any they eau, why tho prayor of thc
Petitioner i-bould not bo granted. Ard that thc
tccoud and third m?cTug ol Creditors ot raid Bank
rupt will bu held at cc office ct J. C. CAltthN I Eil,
Esq., Regis rar of Second Congressional District, S.
C., on twenty-stxtn day rf January, JStiO, at 12 lt
Hy order of thc Court, tho 7th day of Januarv,
18?9. DA NI LL llOULBEiK,
Clerk of tho District Court of tho United states for
Sutith Carolina. 13 J?nuary 8
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATUS. tOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY J 'RM, 1869.-IN I HE MA I TER Ol'
J. F. BRABHAM, OF IHK FIRM OF HOFFMAN.
BRABHAM ii CO, BANKIlUPl -PETITION FOR
FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-0 'dered, That a hearing be bad on the
twen'j-e'ghth Jav of Janar-j. 1869, at Federal Court
buu-o in ObarteatO'i, s. C.; o-;d' that all Credi?
tors, kc , ot said bankrupt appear at said time and
place, and show cause, if auy they can, whv thc
prayor of the petitioner t-bouid not he ?i anted.
And that the second -ind third nie^-iings of Creditors
of said Bankrupt will be held at the i Bice ot J. C.
CARPENTER, E&q., l.egistriir of Second Congres
slontl District, S. C., on twenty-sixth tiay of Janur",
1869, at 12 M.
By order of thc Court, the 7lh day of January,
1869. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of tho U?itoJ Rta oa for
South Carolina. fS January &
IN IHK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE??, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, 1869 -IN THE MATTER OF
WIN BORN LAWTON. OF CHARLES ION. BANK?
RUPT-PEI TUON FOB FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a
hearing be had on tba first day of February, 1869.
at the Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. O.J and
Out all Creditors, Ac, of sail Bankrupt appear at
said time and place, and show cause, il any they can,
Why the prater of the petitioner should not no
granted. Aud that tb<> socond and third meetings
of Creditors of said Hani;rup: Will be held at the
office of J. C. CARPENTER, Esq, Registrar of tho
Socond Concrorfional District, !>. C., 09 the twenty
ninth day of January, 1869, at at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 7La day cf January,
1869. DANII-.L HORLBE' K,
Clork of th? District Court of the United Slaej for
South Carolina. f 3 January 8
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
BEAL ESTATE AG EN?,
No. 1G l?Ton?-stre. ?
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS dUSINESS IN THE
WRITING UP AND ADJUSTING OF BOOKS AND
ACOOUNTS of Merchants and others. Also, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
BEN fa OF HOUSES, Ac. October 1
(to?rifs ?? ^isrcl?oacons.
SEED POTATOES. ,
A A BABBBXS CHOICE BED POTATOE?, JUS%
?ti/ received and for sals low, at No. ?'S East Bay;
January 8_1_C. N. AVr.BILL'8.
JUST REOEl VED :
AAA FLORIDA OBANGE3
fjUUo 5008 Havana Oranges '
At SO 25 and $2 60 per hundred.
Also In store, variety ef FBUIT.
BAUT it WIRTE,
Januarys 1 Nos.55 and 67 Market-street
ARRIVED AND LANDING,
F II OM BRIO CROTON,
At Union Wharf,
PRIME HAVANA ORANGES.
FROM SCHOONER JONAS . SMITH,
AT AMER'S WHARI,
100 0 Barrels
ASSORTED SEED POTATOES.
FOB SALE BY
PAUL, WELCH & BRANDES,
. 9 .. .
No. 215 EAST BAT.
JUST RKCE1YED, $
CHOICE TABLE BUTTER IN FIRKINS AND
SHOULDEBS, STRIPS. 0. R. .PIDES, HAMS AND
For sale low by WM. GURNEY,
January 6 wfmS No. 102 East Bay.
PRIME NORTHERN SEED RICE
FOB BALE. APPLY TO
JAMES R. PRINGLE.
December 8 2eew2-no-tuf
CAMPSEN MILLS RTE FLOUR.
1 AA BARBELS FRESH G P. OU MD NOS. 1 AND
AU" 2 BYE FLOUR
2.~> barrels Fresh Ground .Unbolted Bye Floor.
The inbscrlbeis would be pleased to have the cus?
tom of the Charleston Babers, who wish to encour?
age Southern enterprise. They will sell at New York
prices, adding expenses.
January 4 mwfS JOHN CAMPSEN tc CO.
1 AA BBLS. DYKEMANS
XUU 100 bbls. Goodrich
100 bbls. CbUUens
100'bbls. Western Beds
100 ibis. Pink Byes.
In store, and for sale by
January C C No. 102 East Bay.
?OOD SCflAB-CURED HAMS (BAGGED) WAR?
RANTED sound, atlOoontsper pound
Choice Florida Syrup
New Orleans Sugar
Blackberry Wine, a fine article; highly recommend?
ed for med loin al put poses
Palmetto Hop Yeast Cakes, fresh from tho manufac?
tory, and for whloh weare sole agents.
A supply of the above can be found at the
CO-OPEBA11VB GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered ire?._Jannary 1 , v
0RANG51S ! SWEET ORANGES!
IX AAA nNE' SOUND AND SWEET
?r_).UV/V/ ORANGES, in capital order, and
just received by schooner Sophia, from Nassau, N.
P. For sale at $2 50 per Hundred, at
Mrs. C. D. K mN RIC K'S.
No. S3 Market-street,
s ou tb f4 Je, and near Uertlng-etreet.
Plantains 25 cez.it per dozen; Orange* 88 and 40
ceits per dozen; Green Peas, for planting, $5 per
Jannary fl 5
W HARTON & M0?TETT,
M OF FETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY SI BEET.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING B T EVERY STEAM?
ER, APPLES and POTATOES, and offer for
sale the following varieties of Eating and Seed
Goodrich Seedling-PINK EYE
Early Harrison-M eroer
Jackson Whites-Dyke man's
Western Bed-Dusk Eye
Chili Ked-Davis needling '
Peach Biow-Early Bose.
Parries ordering for seed should do so at once, be?
fore the rivers and canals are frozen up.
No. 115 West-street, New York.
J AM Kb G. MOrFETT,
No. 22 East Bay street. Charleston.
December SO 3mo
NORTHERN AND WALHALLA
WALHALLA APPLES AT FOUR DOLLABS PEB
Baldwin $6 and $6 69 A
M0FFB1T A WHARTON,
No. 22 East Bay, corn :r Vanderhorst's Wharf.
December 30 10
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
AK Hi VK.
FIVE HUNDRED BARRELS.
OA A BBL8. WESTERN BED POTATOES
A UU 100 bBls. Chili Bed Potatoes
103 bbls. Garnett. Bed Potatoes
109 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
Ou boarJ the schooners A. E. Glover and Jonas
smith. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL ic SON,
De.cmbor 20 No. 167 East Bay.
FRUITS 1 FRUITS ! FRUITS I
WE HAVE ALWAYS ON H *ND A LARGE SUP?
PLY of FBUTT3, consisting of OBANGBS,
Bananas. Pineapples, Plantains, Cocoanuts, Lemons,
Raisins, Flss, Dates an I Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts of ull kinds
. BART A WIBTH,
No?. 57 and 67 Market-street.
November 28 2mo*
KSALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
a i .ranch ol tho Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina." would respec fullv invito tho attention
of dealers and smokers to his vory large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS. ot nil grades
and . izes. excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to be as represented.
sample bjxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or 30 days' oi:y accep?
No. US EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 24 mwfOmo
BOUCHE FILS & CO.'S 4
For sale by all leading Grocers and Wine Merchants.
N. B.-THB3E WIVE? HAVE ALWAYS ENJOYED
A HIGH BBPUTATION m Charleston and omer
Southern cities, and are in every reapoot of the first
class TC wf .?mo November 23
CHOICE COTTON *EED.
TBE SUBSCRIBER, DAVID DTCK*ON, OF SPAR?
TA, takes this method of Informing the cot?
ton planters of the south that he his made every
arranzcn.cnt for t .e sale and shipment of the DICK?
SON SfcLEPl COTTON' HK.H'. Be is In no way
connected with David Dickson, of Oxford. Georgia,
and bas carefully selected this seed himself. The
seed which has been twice selected, is offered at $2
per bushel. The same eoe I which has been care?
fully selected for the last thros years, is offered at
$5 per bushel or five bushel* for $20, delivered at
tho de nt. In order to insure a?-afo delivery tho
following direction'- sho itd be complied with: Write
the name and postofflce pl tinlv ; send the money by
mail, taking a cert! fl cute from the Pos tm at tor, and
ff the money ls lost the ae*d will be rent on the re?
ceipt of the ceri ?ilea te. To prevont frauds on plan?
ters, no agents are employed, aud all letters must btu*
directed to DAVID DICKSON,
Sparta, Hancock County, Georgia.
December 16 Imo