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N .15 W S S U XVI Mi A K Y
-Gold closed in New York at 35|.
-Cotton closed in New York active and
bisher, at 29ja29?.
-Cotton in Liverpool closed steady at lljfd
for uplands, and Hid for Orleans.
-The Detroit Tribuno calls Black Kettle's
orphans ''fatherless skillets."
-An acute observer has discovered that the
Grecian bend is not indulged iu by ladies in
-Another English Kornau Catholic prelate,
Dr. Clifford, Bishop of Clifton, is to be ruade a
-The Rev. Dr. Fuman, of South Carolina;
is to be announced in this week's Religious
Herald (Richmond, Va.) as ouo of the editorial
corps of that excellent paper.
- An English grocer has left $15,000 to
Charles Dickons, providing ha will read the
"Trial from Pickwick" to the grocer's family
onco yearly until ho dies.
-Three explosions of kerosene lamps iu
New York City on Saturday night, (how many
more may Lave occurred that did not como to
the kuowlcdgo of the police nobody can tell),
are the sufficient comment upon tho late
frightful report of Professor Chandler.
-We learn that efforts recently made to have
a mail routo between Fair Bluff and George?
town, via Conwayboro', have been successful,
and thc route has been established. Wc pre.
sume il will bc opened as soon as thc posloffi?
ces and masters have been designated and ap?
-Punch gives the following sccuo at a coal
dealer's: Girl-Please, sir, mother says what
is coals now? Retad Vender-Ono and fivo
ponce a hundred. Girl-O, how dear. The
last was only one and two peuce. Retail Vend?
er-Very true; but you must know that
ooals is coals now. Girl-O, won't mother bo
glad; she said the last was all slato.
-A recent Eatrlish writer siys that Ihe dis?
tinctive difference between an English and
purely Irish face is, that the former looks as if j
the hand of nature had beon passed over it
downwards when coming iuto the world, while
the Irish lace looks as if, on that occasion, tbe
hand had boen gently passed over thc features
ia a contrary or upward direction.
-Intelligence has reached Washington from
-an authentic sou rei' that tho Spanish Govern?
ment is favorably inclined to transfer thc is?
land of Cnba to the United States, aud that tho
terms suggested aro such as would probably
meet with favor by our government and such
of our people as approve of the purchase or an?
nexation of Cuba. The conditions upon which
Spain would part with the island have uot
-It can be stated with authority, that tho
President will soon pardon Dr. Mudd, one ol
the convicted conspirators. The application
made in Dr. Mudd's behalf by the Conserva?
tive Congressmen and other public men has
been successful, and the papers of release are
even now being prepared, and in a day or two
'will be published. That the remaining suffer?
ers will fail to receive domeney may seem
strange, but the Executive custom is not to
issue pardons in advance of applications, and
the other men do not appear to bare the
friends in place who appeal io their behalf.
That Dr. Mudd's release, however, will lead to
a sncces8fnl endeavor for the release of the
rest is not unlikely.
-The statements about the provisions of the
Alabama claims treaty differ so widely that it
is impossible this morning to ascertain tho ex?
act truth. One point not heretofore given is,
that twelve months are allowed for tho ex?
change of ratifications. This delay is taken as
an indication that our Secretary of State and
Lord Clarendon have very Uttle faith in the
chances of their convention beh>re tho Senate.
A partial canvass of tho Senate sustains this
opinion. Five of the seven members or the
Committee on Foreign Rclatious are known to
be opposed to tho treaty. ThL would insure
its defeat, when brought by tho committee to
the Senate for aotion. There is reason to bc
lieve that the treaty will bo rejected within tcu
-Ouo of tho most remarkul)]- ouow storms
ever neon in the South, fell iu Mississippi and
Alabama lust Sunday uight. Cars which arrived
at Mcmrhis from Huutsvillo wero still covered
with snow, although tho day seomcd quite
warm. In the region of Huntsville, Alabama,
tho snow fell to tho depth of ten inches, and
in sonic places, in tho hollows and cuts of tho
railroad, it had drifted to the depth of thrco
or four feet, aud the passage of trams ?as
greatly impeded. At Holly Springs, snow foll
Monday night three or four iuches deep, and
Monday lollowin? rabbit hunting prevailed
throughout the borders of Marshall County.
At Vicksburg, where magnolias bloom and
orango trees smile iu mid-wintor, the snow was
over a foot deep.
-A great ami b'.qody battlo, between Shecri
Ah and Ab.lool Rahman, tho rivals for thc
throue nf Afghanistan, is reported to have
taken place by the latost dispatches from India.
Tbe former is a sou and tho latter a grandson
of the late Dost Mohammed, one of the most
celebrated Fri i : ces of Asia in the present cen?
tury. It is asserted that this victory will re?
sult in the permanent establishment of the au?
thority of Sheeri Ali, who is a doclared partisan
of EnglcLd. Another Afghan Prinoe, who has
joined the Russian army in Central Asia, had
lately visited St. Petersburg. Afghanisran,
now contested by rival native princes, it is be?
lieved by macy persons, will soon form the
battle-feld between Russia and Great Britain
-It seems that the colored dressmaker to'
Mrs. Lin:o!n is not the only contemporary ar?
tist of that class who seeks to turn a concoc?
tion with conspicuous personages to fjood ac?
count by writing. A Corsican peasant named
Grisoelli, who was born near tbe birth-place of
the first Napoleon, and in later years became a
secret a gent of tho present Emperor, has just
written and pablished a volume of ' 'Memoirs"
about his experiences and observations. Ho
teds us that previous to tho coup d'etat Napo?
leon distributed filly mil ?ion francs among the
officers and soldiers- that he was for a time
in a good deal of doubt as to thc result, and
that he had twenty-five millions of franc con?
cealed in a carria^o with which to cross the
frontier in case of failuro. There is a good
deal of scandal iu the book, which, Uko most
of its class, is not absolutely reliable. Gris
celli afterward became the secret agent of
Cavour, aud waa actually a spy upon Napoleon
during the Italian war.
-Arkansas continues to be in a terribly un?
settled condition. Governor Clayton has mat?
ters all his own way, and has inaugurated a
complete reign of terror throughout the 8 tate.
Each recurring day brings a fresh tale of ont
rages committed by the ruffianly militia. The
people are flying in all directions from tho ter?
rible infliction, and the universal terror which
prevails is said to bo truly heartrending. Tho
cottonfields in many districts are totally de?
serted by the field hands, who have been se?
duced or intimidated into tho ranks of Em?
peror Clayton's "grand army." Miles upon
miles ot cotton remain unpicked in the fields
literally going to min, (Vbich, in New York to?
day, would bring twenty-seven and a half cents
per pound. A Memphis paper says that city
is crowded with rofugees, and every man that
arrive s can teil his particular talo of outrage
and murder and rapine and pl?ndere. This
man Clayton and bis brutal mob must be
checked, or tho Arkansas problem will bo moro
difficult of solution as tho official caroer of tho
amiablo Clayton is prolonged.
-Philadelphia has another horror, the story
of which is as follows: "Oue James Dempsey,
with his family, rented the front rooms of a
building also tenanted by Joseph Donohue.
These two men have for some time been bad
friends, quarrelling frequently, and indulging
iu tho uso of very opprobrious epithets. About
ten o'clock on Thursday evening, Dempsey
went up stairs, and on reaching the landing to
which the door of Donohue's apartments open?
ed, he commenced calling the latter hard
?ames. After remaining some time Donohue
opened his door and sprang at Dempsey with
a knifo, which he dashed violently into tho
back of his neck, and drew it around the throat
to the front, nearly severing tho head from tho
body. Tho murderer was soon atter arrested
and taken to tho statioa-houso. His hands
were covered clear to the wrist with the blood
of his victim, and the front of his brown wool?
len shut was also saturated. The knife, blade
and handle, was completely covered with gore,
showing with what tremendous force the blow
must have been struck. Tho walls in tho entry
and tho door arc all spotted."
THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21., 18C9.
We have been surprised at the exceeding
unfairness characterizing many of the-Re?
publican reports of the state of affairs at
the South. They virtually assert that the
law has ceased to control the people. They
persistently ror resent every crime commit?
ted amongst us as due to political causes.
They assign them all to one class of our
citizens, discrediting the well attested cases
of outrage and murder perpetrated by any
other. And they go so far as to fabricate
history, on the plea that their surmises are
more likely to be oorrect than the dis?
patches of their own correspondents, who
aro on the grouud, and have every oppor?
tunity of investigating the facts.
Thus thc Nation, which is, in thc main,
; conservative and high-toned paper, dis
plays a creative ingenuity in its reconstruc?
tions of Southern items which other de?
partments of poetry and fiction can scarcely
parallel. Just enough of fact is given to
start tho ready sneer and to carry the dex?
terous fabrication. Perversions of history
have, indeed, become so common iu its col?
umns that the nefarious business is carried
on without disguise. Sometimes the news
manufacturer apologizes for his work by
complaining that "the details are meagre,"
and so must be supplemented by conjecture.
Sometimes he boldly asserts that "the ac?
counts must be read backward, whenever
"negroes are concerned." Sometimes he
launches a monstrous slander with a lift
of conceit; he says, "The fact of the mat
"ter we take to be this;" and after such a
preface, of course adds whatever he chooses.
The treatment of the Ogecchee troubles
affords an illustration of the unfairness of
which the orderly people of the South, of
both races, have reason to complain. The
outrages committed on the plantations were
such that property and life were insecure.
Gin houses were robbed; residences burnt
down; families driven from their homes to
the shelter of thc woods or the city. There
was not only a suspension of agricultural
operations, upon which all classes of the
people depended for subsistence, but all
civil order ceased. Tue woods were infes?
ted with armed and irresponsible .nee; the
fields were picketed and patrolled; peacea?
ble travellers were arrested; farmers were
shot down on their owu fields. Tue incen?
diary doctrines of the convict Bradley
threatened (o prr uce a war of race?.
Aud now, such a ferment of the social cle?
ments as might wei', awaken universal so?
licitude, is simmered dotvu in the Nation
to the exploits of a few thieves of both
races, rho sometimes shoot nt each other!
To our mind, there is not only ineffable
meanness, but ineffable folly, in thus deal?
ing with the difficulties of Southern recon?
struction. We havo been gratified in ob?
serving the growth of a belter understand?
ing between the white and oulyred people
of the South. The public welfare requires
its promotion. Whatever interferes with
it, must neither be sneered away, nor laugh?
ed awoy, nor lied away; but reprobated
and removed effectively. If an outrage
has been committed, it is not the less to be
condemned because the criminal is of such
or such a party, or of such or such a color
But, according to tho Nation, when a man's
house is burned, it is necessary that you
should also blast his character; if he is de?
spoiled of his cotton and rice, you must
also rob him of his honor; if he appeals to
the authorities for protection, you must de?
nounce him before the tribunals of the
world. But he who steals the crop and
fires the mansion is an intelligent patriot
and worthy citizen, and rather an injured
mau than otherwise. The poor fellow needs
Fine fun to you. gentlemen of the Na?
tion, and thc Chronicle, and the Tribune;
but death lo us. You are very kind to in?
terest yourselves in our affairs so constant?
ly; but, really, you must pardon us if we
say that the breediog of bad blood is not a
social necessity with us just now. We can
get along tolerably well without it. To
array class against class, labor against cap?
ital, muscle against mind, may be a very
wise procedure in your latitude; we prefer
to harmonize these elements as thoroughly
andas speedily as we can. And something
is .being done in this direction now; those
who have been politically ostracised have
been very patient; those who have been re?
duced to bankruptcy have toiled faithfully
to gather from the unexhausted riches of
the soil; those who have been alienated are
understanding each other belter; a feeliDg
more cheerful and kindly pervades tho
masses. And we are oompelled to report
the fact, painful as it may be to you, gen?
tlemen of white coats and no breeches, that
the outrages you are so fond of reporting
are not the rules, but the exceptions, in our
social history. Perhaps, however, it may
fcy a grain of comfort for you to know that
stealing is more abundant than it ought to
be; that most of the stock of the State has
been sacrificed to the just necessities of
those who were not its owners, and that a
large proportion of these criminals are as
unwhipped of justice as yourselves.
THE ARTICLE of the New York Herald on
Southern bonds and stocks, published else?
where, is well worthy of an attentive peru?
sal. We believe now, as we have alwayB
believed, that South Carolina six per cent,
bonds should sell for at least eighty-five,
aud this price must soon be reached if the
General Assembly will let well enough alone,
and refrain from countenancing any job
which has for its purpose a draft on the
WANTED, A Hot SH SKRVANT,
vf t'a reco.umoudation. Apply 'at No. GC
It?l'LED?E AVENUE._1 Jaauary 21
WA NT KU, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
GIRL UH Nurse and Chambermaid, to co lu
tho country. Reicreuces required. Inquire at Til IS
OFFICE. 2 January 21
WANTED TO HIRE, A SMALL BOUSE
oi four or six rooms, situated below Cal
houn-street, aod not west of comme;. Partie- haviog
a ?louse a? above described to reut, will please ad
dross DALLY NEWS OWIO?, stating terais.
WANTEO, A SITUATION AS CLKltK
in a wholosnio establishment, by a young man
o!' steady h-ibits and industry Can giv? best ot ref
ireuce. Address o. K... Charleston Poatoffioe.
January 18 _
TT/ANTKD, A COLOKED "WOMAN, TO
VV cook for a fa ' ily. t-ho must bc without en?
cumbrances and have irood rceomm?-ndad')n?. Ap?
ply in GAD.-DEN-STRli.ET, one do->r uorth of Mon?
tague. January 15
INFORMATION WANTED.- VNY IN?
FORMATION given ol STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached thc cuy ou Wednesday last, will be tbauk
lullv rccived oy his wife. M AK! A KEYS, at Grocery,
comer church au i Cbaimrrs-strcels.
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOU ALL
TUE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEW.
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
/ CHARLES 0. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. ICI King-etrci t.
WANTED, EVEKVftODV TO SVli
SCRIRE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY
CB ABLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of New
Dooks eoutaiuF al] of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 101 KTNG-STREILT.
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ED to write for the prrss. employment ?n
one or moro Litorary Pacers or Mag:-r.ne.?, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES. POETRY, fcc Address
Miss K. E. W., Postofiloo, Charleston. S. C.
AGE N TS WANTB O.-ST5 TO 8300 PE ic
month, or a commission irom which tw'ce
that amount eau be m. du by telling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY ?K?INO MA
CHINK; price S18. For circulars aud terms, addrusn
C. BOWEL'S k CO.. No. 320 South 1 bird-street,
Phila lolphla, Pa. 3mo Decfinber 5
AT P ICI VATE SALE, THAT PINK
STAND ?Ith fix urea for a Grocery, corner
Ca.houn and East Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
PREMIRES._wim Jammry 21
FOIC S ILE, A GA? HOLDEK, si X FEET
diameter, cip:iblo of holding about 310 cubic
feet of Gas, made of galvanized iron. For salo very
low at J. c. H. ?'LA ns.il N
January 21 2 No. 10 Market-treet.
FOR SALE, A No. 1 FANCY SHOW
CASE, in good order, formerly used for Jewelry
ware; it is in length about ton feet aud in width
four feet. Any one vishiog to timebase thc same
can get all inlormj?on by opplyiug at 1HLS Ol'-1
FICE. January li
STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied tor immediately
(1) Ono 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(1; One 4-?orso Portabio Engine.
(1) Ono 8-horsc-powcr ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON, BERKLEY k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-street*.
TO LET, TWO FLOW KS CONTAINING
niuo ROOM-*, in houfo No. 2Legaie-st cet.
Apply ON TBE PREMISES. 3? Jauuary 21
TO RENT, UN EASY T?eilMS, TO A
good tenant, the PLANTATION noA-n as the
"Hayes," sixteen miles from the ody by South Ca?
rolina Railroad, came by main road; 100 aero?
cleared swam;1, IOU ceres cleared highland; tract
contain.1- 1700 a.-re?.
Apply to WILLIS & CH ISC LU.
rpo RENT, THAT DKXtlGHT F UL RKS
1 1DENCE, No. 27 LtULL-il'R K . ne.r Bul?
ledge-street, bavii g cl ven rooms, kitcha, cstcru.
gas, To a puuetud enani rent 1 w
R M at ?B-HALL? BROTHER,
Real Estate Audits, No. 33 Broad-f-n et.
January 21 ths2
AVE? Y PLEXS \ NT HITIT ti OF A PART
MEN TS to rent, with piazza an t > rivaio stair?
case atuch"d. Thc root-u eau i? twited separately
if desired Apply at No. CO KING-M BEET, a tow
doo.? below 'I raud. tu hs No> ember 17
LONG CO T T O N PLANTA I IO * TO
KENT.-To rent ono ol tho tlu^st SEA I*.
L^D COiTOf- Pi INl'AITONs in Chr.si Clmreh
Par ab, lou unle< lroai .Um it Pie.wut. on the sea
shore. Apply to J MCCABE, .\o 3C Broid-stre-t.
Jaauary IC s ut.
TO RENT. A PIANO, IN GOOOOKUEi:.
Appiy at THIS OFFICE october 9fl
COPAR I'NEKIHIP NOTICE_AVK HAVE
associated wttii u-< ia the i-AClnhAUE AND
COMMISSION BD-INHSS. A. THOMSON, O' nrral
Partuer, A. LAOHENlfi YtR aud LOUIS CAH>*.
speri 1 Partnors. un li r the n uuoaid lirm of HU > r,
BRO-, k CO., Chorlestou. S. C.. and HC NT. IH'iM
SON & CO.. New York. Copartnership to dale from
1st Jauuarv, 18C0. bUN f A: BitO.
January 18 6
LAW NOTICE.-TH H UftDEUMGNED
have as^oeiat-d thoiu.se.ves as Copartners in
die PBAOXICB OE LAW.
Oaieelor tho present, No. 23 BBO AT? TREET.
HENRY D. LES!-; NE.
January 7 GU RICHARDSON Mil BS.
.\TOTICK.-I H AVE THIS D \ V AS>U
i.1 01VTED with mo in the RANKING. J-X
CHANGE AND BR EE HAGE BUNIN'S-, Mr. EL
WARD M. MORECANI. of this city, under tho Arm.
name and style of C GAMBRiLi< k CO.
Tho power of Attorney from me to E. M. More?
land is, consequently, revoked. L. GAMRRILL.
Charleston, b. C., January 1,1869.
J.iuuary 1 Imo
LAW NOTICE .-MCMILLAN K.I.VU,
I'Hq., is this day admitted a partner in our
CAMPBELL k SEABROOK. Lawvere,
No. 50 Bioad-stroct.
JAME'' B. CAMPBELL.
McMTLf>AN KINO. j'anuarv 1
CHARLESTON. SOOTH CAROLINA.
THE UND ER-IGNHO RESPECT FULLY IN
FORMS Ms lrieucs and the i ublie generally ti a? ho
has takeu charge oj tins wo!l-klM>rn and pouular
F1BST-(!L\8SHOTEL, nud hopes bvstiict attontion
to merit a full si are of tht iiub ic patrouago
Thc celebrated Artorfia i Water Baths, hui, cold and
show- r, can be hud at all hours.
Coaches with attentive porters OTO always in readi?
ness to convoy passengers to aud from the diffrront
railroads aud steamers. E. H. JACKSON,
January 15 Imo
EAT K B.
JOHN V. GILBERT. Manager
Thursday ti venins, January ?31, 1869,
"Will be presented the beautiful fiye act dr Rmi,
And th? laughable f :rce,
DODGING FOR. A WIFE.
?2-SATURDAY NIGHT, Firemen's Testimonial
Benefit to Manager GILBERT.
?5>- Strcot Cars in attendance at close of perform?
ance. January 21
A O R ARD BALL
GERMAN FIRE ENGINE COMPANY
WILL BE GIVES AT THETB
ENGINE HOUSE IN" CH \LM ?R3-S IRE ET,
FOB TUE BENEFIT OF TUE
NEW GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH,
ON WED NE SD A T EVENING, JANUARY 11,1869
COMMENCING AT SEVEN O'CLOCK.
F. J. LILI EN'1 HAL, Chairman.
J. H. OSTESDORFF. I D. LILIENi HAL.
H. WOHLKEN. L. LU BREN.
WM. SCHRODER. I H. PAULS.
January 21 thw2
Gt HUD BOARD, WITH PLEASANT
F Room?. Terms moderate. Apply at No. IS
EA.vl'BAY. 2* January 21
Mires tn itanhrupto).
IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES-FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
JANUARY TERM. 1869.-IN THE MAT I ER OF
J. C. BETHUNE, OF-, BANKRUPT.
PETITION FOR FOLL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, Thd a hearing bo
bad on tho FTFTEEN-IH DAY OF FEBBUAJIY. 1809,
ot Federal Courthouse in Charleston. H. C., and
thut all thu creditor-, fcc, ot said Bankrupt appear
ut said lime and place, and show cause, it' any they
cue. why the pra\er of Ibo pe nioner should not be
cramed. And that tho HO ond and third meetings
ol creditors of said Bankrupt will uc Ifld ti' the office
of J. C. CARPEN < ER, Esq., Rcpislrar of 8-con'f
Congri-.x-i jual District, f. C., on thc TWtLFIH DAI
OF 1' 1-13 JIU Alt V, 19C9, al 1 J M.
By order of the Court, thc 13lh day of January,
186 '. DANIEL H?ltLBE K,
Clerk cf the District Court ot thc United states
Jarrot ry 14 th3 For South Carolina.
IN THK UISTKICr COURT OF THE
UNITED 8CATER, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM. 1869.-IN THE MATTH? OF
JAS. D MITCHELL, ol-, BANKRUPT
PETITION FOR FOLL AND FIN vL DISCHARGE
IN B\NKRUPTCY.-Ordered. That a hcarine Uc had |
on OJO TWENTY-EIOHTU DAY OF J AN u AI: Y, 1869,al Fcder
iil Cuurlhou-C ill t harle.-toD, S. C. ; and tnat all Credi
iors, kc, f i said Bankrupt appear ?it said time ?ind
piare, and show e?usi\ if noy thev can, why tho
prayer of the pvtilionc should not bo trr.uted.
And thgt the sec nd au I third meetings of Creditors
of said Baultrupt will be hell at tleoffieoof J. C.
CARPENTER, Esq.. Regislrar of tho Second Con
gr. SKionul District. S. C., on TWENTY-MXTH DAT OF
J ANDABY. 1809. at 12 M.
JJ. order of the Court, tho Cth day of January.
1809. DANIEL BORLBECK,
i lork of tho Dlsti ict Court of tbs U. S, lor S. C..
January l-l tba
IN THE D1STRIC ? COURT OF TBE
UNITED STATES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY ITEM, IBGU-IN TUE MAT M R OF
H. M. BATFVIN, OF CL A REN DO <', BANKRUPT,
PETITION FOR IULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE I
IN* BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered. That a hearing be
had on the FIFTEENTH DAY OF FXBKDAZT, J869, ut
Federal "'ourtbouse iu Charleston. H. G.,and that
ad Creditors, &e., ol siid Bankrupt apneur at sad
timo aud ptac-, ?ii d show eau----, if any tboy can,
why tho prayer ol tho petitioner should not bo
granted. And that the secoi d and third meetings
of Creditor-; of said Bankrupt wi t bo hotd at tuc
office of J. C. CARPENTER, Lsq, Registrar of
Second congi clonal District, 5. C., on TWELFTH
DAY OF FKnr.UAitr, 869. at 12 M.
By order ol tho Court, tho 13th day of January,
1809. DANL. HORLBECK,
Clerk o' thc District Court of the United states for
South Caroline. th3 January 14
IN THU DISTRICT COURT OF HIE
UNITED ST ATES. FOR HODTH CAROLINA.
JANUARY TH RM, IS69.-IN THE MATTER OF
WM. J. NORRIS. Of CLARENDON COU.HTY.
BANKBDPT.-PETIT ION FUR FULL AND FINAL
DI-CHAltOE IN BANK?UPTCY.-ordrred, That a
hearing be bad on Ibo FIFTEENTH DAY OF FEBBUABY,
1869, at Federal Courthoaso in Charleston. S. C. ;
??nd that a 1 creditors, &c, of laid Bankrupt appear
at said timo und p ac -, aud show cause, 1' any they
car, why tho prayer of tho petitioner should not be
gra ted. And that tho second awi third meot'ngsof
creditors of said Bankrupt will bc held at the office of I
J C. O tRPKNTER, Esq., Registrar of Second i,on
gft-esion d Distr ct, S. c., on TWELFTH DAY OF Fr n
BDABV, 18G9. at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 13th day of January, 15( 9.
( lork of the District Court or tho U. S. for S. C.
Jan-ary 14 ' th3
IU TOE DISTRICT COUliT OF THE
UN Tl ED STAJ ES FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM. 1869.-IN THE MAH ER OF A.
J. H 'U-ER, OF-, B f N K RUPT.-PETI?
TION FOR FULL AND F J>AL DISCHARGE IN
BANKRUPTCY.-t/rdere-/, That a hearing bo h ul on
thc fifth day of February. 1S69, at tho Federal Court?
house iu < harlestou. S. C.; and that ali ceditors,
kc., ol said B nkrupt uppcarat said timo and place,
ana show cause, if any they can, why the pmycr ol
the petitioner slioul I uot bo granted. And that tho
second aud third mcctincs of ere liter? of said Bank?
rupt will bo held at thc ellice of J. . CARPENTER,
Esq., Kodstrar ot ?ocond Conjrressirnal District, S.
C., on third day rf February, 1869, at 12 M.
By order o; liio Court, tho C h day of January, 1869.
Clerk of the District Court of tho U. S. tor s. (J,
Januar) 7 th3
IN THE DISTRICT CU URI' OF I .IE
UNI IT-D STATE?. Full SOUTH < ARI LTKA
J'NUARY I ERM. 18<19- IN THE MATTl-.R OF
HU i SON LEE, OF-, B.xNKUUPl -
PET Ii ION FOR FULL A: D FINAL JJI>CII\I<GE
IN BANKRUPT""!. .-Ordered, That u 1 earing bn had
ou ilia tioeiity-eiphth day of Jai. wi ry, 18 ul Federal
Courthouse, in c u. les.en, .-. G., ami tiiatall ? reill
'ore, kc . ol ' aid Bankrupt ap j cur al said time aud
place and .-how uiu-e, ii a y trey eau, why the
p ayer of the Petitioner should not i o Kraaled; and
Hi . t Ul? wound ?ind third meeting'* of cndi'on of
i-aid Bankrupt will bo bold at thc t in o ot J. ii CAL?
PE Ni i.R. b*q., it?-|A-trar af M coud emigro-sional
District, Bootu Caro ina, on ihc Ivie ty-:izt\ day of
Jamury ISiiU, at 12 .ii.
Ry oidir of tho Cou t tho 5th dav of Jimiary,
I860. BANG L MO. LBEcK,
Clerk of tho Dist'ict Court ol thc United Si ates for
South i .io:l a. th3 Januaiy 7
INSURE YOUR PAOPERIY
ia i QB
KU FIFE INSI'BAME COMPANY.
Chartered Capital.$3,000,000 00
Assets Jan ury 1, 1860. 5,150.931 71
Losses paid in fifty y oars... 23,900,000 00
THE ABOVE, IN CONNECTION WITH Hrs OTH
E?? OLD AND RELIABLE 0OMPANIE>, will enable
the undersigned to take neks on ALL KINDS OF
PROPERTY to an unliiutted amount
A. II. HAYDEN,
FIRE AND LIFE AGENCY.
Coiner Kin? aad Hosol streets.
January IS newths!
rnHK DDK WEST FED! A LE COL
J. LEGE -This is oac or thc most flourishing in?
stitutions i i tho state. Pupils received at any rime,
an J charged from tho time of entering.
iui.ion, including La?u uud Frtncb, ?4 per
Boarding, including Fuel and Wash'iig, $14 60 per
mm tn. J. ti. bo NN SR.
December ll mth3mo President.
I. O. O. P.-HOWARD LODGE, No. 3.
THE BEG UL AB MEEI 1NG OF THIS LODGE
will bo held THIS EVENING, at Seven o'clock pre?
Januaiy2l th J. T. FORBES, Secretary.
UNION KILWINNING LODGE, No. 4,
A. F- M.
THE BEGULAB MONTHLY COMMUNICATION
of this Lodge will be holden" "THTB EVENING,
21st instant, at Masonic H ll, at Seven o'clrck.
Candidates for E. A. Degree will be punctual.
By order WVM. ADAM E. GIUSON,
Janu iry 21 1 . . Secretary.
CHARLESTON HO GK AND LADDER
COMPANY. No. 1.
MEMBERS ABE REQUESTED TO ATTEND
Special Meeting, 1 BI; EVENINO, at half-pest
^evon o'clock. A. B. JARVIS,
January 21 Secretary.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR
at thc Engine liouse, in citizen's dress, THIS
AFTEHNOON, at Four o'clock precisely, for Exercise
Tho Anniversary Meeline; of tho Company will
take place at Market Hall J HIS fc VENINO, at half-past
Six o'clocu precisely. Memberi are requested to
rome prepared to pay arrear*. Honorary and Con?
tributing Members aro invited to attend.
Invited Guests aro respectfidiy rcquestod to meet
at Masonic Hall at half-past Finn o'clock.
By order, WILLIAM G MILLER,
Secretary Stonewall Firo Engine Company.
January 21 1
II. E. GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL GRAND CONVOCATION WILL
be holden, Deo Volonte, in Charleston, on TUES
DAT, 9th ol' February, A L. 2399, A. D 1869, in Ma?
sonic Ball, at 12 Meridian, lho Grand Officers,
Members and Delegates to the same trill attend
punctually and generally, for tho consideration of 1
important business and tho election of Grand Offi?
cer .> for thc year ensuing. The Presidents of the
different Railroads having kindly cone3nted thereto,
all who attend, officially, tho Convocation, will be
permitted to pass and repasa on tho eame Tor one
faro, thoy paying at the place of starting the lull fare.
By ord? cf ihc M. K ?. H. P.
January 21 1 feb 4 Grand Socretr-rr.
A XA UAL MEETING OP THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY AND OF ILE SOUTHWEST?
ERN RAILROAD BANK.
THE ANNUAL MEE1IN3 OF THE STOCK
HO! DERS or the above lus lita Ions will bc bold
lu ihc City of (.'hirlcston on the second TUESDAY in
February next, the 9th of that month. Place of
moetiug, Hall of thc Southwestern Railroad Bank.
Hour ot' convening, Eleven o'c'ock A. M.
On tho day f"Row'tng, WEDNESDAY, the 10th, there
will bo nn election held ut tho ?no place, between
the hours of Nine A. IL and Three P. M., for FIF?
TEEN DIBEOTOBS of thc Railroad Cou-pany and
THIRTEEN DIRECTO Bs tithe Bank.
A committee to verity Proxies will attend.
Stockholders will bc passed as usual over the road
to and from tin? meeting trco of ehargo. in accord?
ance witb thc resolution of tho Convcolion of 1851.
J. B. EMfcRY. Secret-ry.
January 12 tuthl tuth*7
fTlHE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
OXLY METROPOLITAS DOLLAR WEEKLY.
TM Tri W YORK SUN,
t'hurles A. Dana, Editor.
A flrst-rless journal, indepond- nt, but not neutral
in politics. nubTshcs three editions-Daily, S rol
Week'y, ard Weekly, at 86, $2 aud$l per year.
NOW IS THE TI HE TO SUBSCRIBE.
THE "W EEKL Y S XT IST
I? prepared w.'th sperial reference to thc wants of
News ot thc week, from all parts of thc globe, is
condensed for it by expel lenced and skilful editor?.
A s -lection from thc most interesting editorial arti?
cles ot THE DAILY SUN irill form ono of its con
strut icaturcs, while tho most instructive and enter?
taining miscellanj will also occupy a large portion
of its column?. Its CATTLE, PRODUCE AND
GENERAL MARKET REPORTS will bo found all
that can bo desired. Asa general FAMILY NEWS?
PAPER, it wiU aim to be particularly acceptable. It
will also famish accurate and fresh reports of all
matters of importanco to
THE FA KA) ER AND GARDENER.
Ibis department is under tho supervision of Mr.
AsDBtw S. Fui.LEB, tbo well known horticulturist,
who wi 1 not o ly write on the subjects in question,
but will also attend to tho meetings of thc FARMERS
and FRUIT-GROWERS' CLUBS, and wiH daguer?
reotype their proceedings for thc benefit of our sub?
Mr. FULLER, who is a hearty lovor of his profes?
sion, niakei to his readers the following
LIBERAL PROPOSITION i
"To every subscriber who sends one dollar for the
WEEKLY, or two dollars for the SEMI-WEEKLY
-U N, wo will forward by msil. post-paid, any one
lot of thc following named vince or plants (many
of which tell bl retail at about the pneo charged for
the paner), as gifts, as soon as thc grnund opens in
In se ceri-g Hie Gifts it ?ill only bo necessary to
mention tho numbers as given below :
1. Two Concord Grape Vines.
2. Two Harli- rd Proline Grape Vines.
3. One Delaware Grape Vine.
4. One lena Giupo V ue.
5. Two Early Wilson Blackberry.
6. Two Kilt.i:iniiy Bl ck!>ciT".
7. One Davidson's 1 born?es? Rir-p' c ry.
8. One Soceca B'.a.-kRa-pbcrr\
9. Gnu Mitmmo lt Cluster 1, s )berry.
10. Ooo Month y B;a:k Bcspbeirr.
11. Ono s-unimit Yellow Ea-pberry.
10. O e Ph Jadclpbia Raspberry.
13. Guo Clarke Baepb;rry.
14. Two Cherry Curr?nt.
15. 1WJ Wilie Grape Currant.
16. Ono Early BOM Potato.
An:l to o'Ciy lady subscriber we will send a bnlb
of th . beau ?i ul and ra>- Japan Lily, and iorc'utis
of tix will send sir. varia i ici of l.i.ic3 or six of
ch oo G.'u 'loins.
Every plant sent will bo correctly lal oiled and
ca'orally pae'ied, so Gist it kuall rearli ito destination
tn gu. d coiii.'ili'in."
Tuniy fopioi of THE WEEKLY Bl'N will bo
m lid to'Headdress iorS17;and IIP y copies for
$37 50 invariably i:< advanc.
TH" %Eiri-WEI-KLY t-UN is of tho same S'EO
md go- euilchatartor a? TUE WEEKLY, but bas <-pnco
lor a (treater variety ot mircelidneonM reudiug, and
furnishes the nows to its subscr bers with greater
freshness, boca- BP it corms twieo a wei k instead of
oner only. Its mbscriptiou is ony 1WO DOLLARS
u year, the ordinarv price of a i-'ew Kork Weekly.
Clubs of leu subscrib?is to one address receive TUE
8iMi-WEKr.LT i-us on paynicut of SIB. Twenty
copies will be Bent to one address for $36; and fifty
copies for S8?, always lu iidvauco.
TBE DAILY SUN, a live newspaper, fresh,
piquant, and tree mm improper i ersonaUties, has
all ike news from evory qnarterof tho globe, at
TWO CENTS a copy, or $6 per year.
Postmasters and oihers gaiting up olnbs of ten,
or either edition, will leoeive an extra copy for their
klndnoss. Specimen copies forwarded on applica?
tion. Address PUBLISHER OF THE SUN,
January 21 1 DAO New York City.
No. 279 Kins-street.
CANDY PUT UP IN ASSORTED BOXES OF 25,
50 .iud 100 pound?, suitable fur Country Trado.
Men hauts can rely upon our Candies bein : pei -
fceily freo from ull such pji.-ooous ?-ubslanoos as
TERRA ALBA AND MARBLE DOfcT.
Als?, constantly on baud, a full supply ot
AND FANCY CAN DIES.
No cxlra charge for boxing.
January 7 thstnlmo
. r ir.
QAA TONS GENUINEPERUVIAN GU\NO, IN
O\J\J Store and lo arrivo direct from the agents,
warranted pure. Being among the first who intro?
duced Como into the Mate, I can confidently refer
to my planting friends thnt in the series of years
that I have sold it I have always given thom a good
Purchasers will G nd it to their interest to ci ve me
a call before buying, aa, from the facGitioi I have, 1
am enabled to put it at the lowest market price.
I am also A prot for tin State for tho loUowing
standard MANURES, which I offer as follows:
.-oini'ie Pacific Guaoo, -65 cash, or $70 first No?
vember, 1SC9; apprcved security, with 7 per cent, in?
Baugh'B Baw Bone Phosphate. $60 cash, or $65;
time a? above.
Phoenix Guano, S5> cash, or $65; time as above.
Wi cox A Gibbes' Manipulated Guano, $70 cash, or
$85; h me as above.
Flour ot Bone, SOS cash.
Farmer's Plaster or Gypsum, warranted, $3 50
per barrel of 320 pounds-cash.
J. N. ROBSON.
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Jnnuaiy IP sac
THE LODI ??X?F?CT??EIKG CO.
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO FEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
We offer our DOUBLE REFINE J DORETTE,
equal to the best Superphosphate,'at tho low price
of $25 per ton. This Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nitrophosphate and puro Bone Dust.
E. M. 'J ono. Smithfield. Va., says where ho used
the Doable Refined Poudretto on corn it doubled the
WILLIAMS BROS.. Dover, Del, says it gave their
rhubarb andtomaloca vigorous growth, ripening
the lat'cr two weeks earlier.
P. W. HUTCHISO.V, Sr, near Cherokee, Ga., says it
nearly doubled bis yield of cotton.
" Hon. Eu S. SHOUTEB, Eufaula, Ala., says his cot?
ton was fully equal to adjoining colds manured with
thc best Superphosphates.
8. MONTGOMERY, Ellaville, Ga., says it increased
his crop of cotton 150 lbs per acre.
.G. S. OOLEBBY, Marie t'a, Ga., use I it on corn and
cotton and say? it more than doubled thc yield. He
regard i lt tho cheapest and most retiabic Fertilizer
within his knowledge.
Ex-Governor IMITH, Warrenton, Va., tried it with
three several crops the last and present years, and
says: 'T prouounco it with confidence a most valua?
The Superintendent of General W. R. Cox. Polk
Island Plantation, N. C., says: "? think the Poudretto
used for ora ca-not be surpassed; used it also on
cotton which produced a largo yield.
Dr. E. IL PESDLT-TON, Srarta, Ga., says: "The
Nitropbosphato of Lime, used on cotton mado 218
per rent the first j cir.
Professor GEOKOE II. COOK, of the New Jorscy
State Agricultural College, at Now Brunswick, says:
"Thc l'OUble Refined Poudretto and is'itrophospbalo
of Lime paid us lull 100 per cont, above their mar?
ket value in the inerenso of crops this year."
Address LODI MANUFAClUBING COMPANY,
Box 3139. New York Postofllce. Office No. 66 Court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOR TIT G COMPANY.
January 14 ihstu3mos
No. 1 PERUVIAN.
SARDY'S "SOLUBLE PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN."
SARDY'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGHEST GRADES PURE PBOSPHA
TIC GUANOS ASO GROUND
THE USE OF THE ABOVE SOLUBLE PBOSPHO
PERUVIAN and Ammoniitcd Soluble Pacific
Guanos ls particularly recommended, being com
poui ds of tho richest F.icifio rho-pantie Guano,
rendered soluble; the formor containing twenty per
cent, cf Pe.'uviau Cu ano,--?rd tho latter highly am
monialed with animal matter-maxing tho most
concentrated and proiitablo fortiFzors in uso for cot.
ton. corn, wheat and Tobacco,
For salo in bass and barrels, io quantics to suit.
Testimonials from those who have used tho above
will bo iurui od on application.
GKAESEK, LEE, SMITH ?ito.,
Ouceral Agents at Charleston.
?Feed your Land and lt will Feed You."
Deccmbor 21 nao thstulmo
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
rriHIS GUANO DIFFERS FROM PERUVIAN
JL Guano simply in <ho relative proportions of J
the same eli mrata of fertility.
Its uso during the post lour years for the culture
of cotton and <*orn bas given to it a character tor
standard excellence unsurpassed by genuine Peru?
vian Guano, and where soas?os of drought inter?
vene, il produces a large increase of crops.
The price at whlce Uns Guano is placed is so
much below that of Peruvian Guano, as to constitute
it an object of material importance to southern
Tho large capital and resources of the Company
enable it to furnish a Guano of the highest value at
tho lowest possible eost to consumer.', and the
highest interest of the company Is recognized in
The Company looks to large sales, sinai profits
and a permanoJt trade for compensation on capital
Dr. SI". JULIEN RAVENEL, of South Caro?
lina, ia Scientific Director to the Company,
which affords a sure guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of tho Guano. Nono genuine unie -a brand?
ed with tho name of JOHN S. UEESE ic CO., Gene?
ral Agents of the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms and mode cf application, apply to
j. nr. ROB-SON,
Agent for the State ol south Carolina,
Noa. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Deccm' or 19 DAC 8tutb3mo
IF YOU WANT G VU FITTING DONE.
Go lt P. i. aU?LLBilIN, > o. 113 Chu.-ch street,
li vou w.nitsTr.AM EIL".I NO don j.
Go to P. L. GUILi-CMTN, No. H ) Church-street.
It von want PLUMBING J/ano,
Go lo P. L. ttUtl LBMIN, No. 119 Church-3treot.
If you want TIN COOPING and GU t TEEING don",
Go to P. L. GIRI.?.EMIN, No. 140 Churcu-s.reet
If you want GA > FIX i U-< I'D.
Ooto P. L. GUlLLtMIN. N'\ 143 Churr-i-?treet.
Whore you can ?ot GAS CHAN OELlEits, PEN?
DANTS B aokets, Hall Lights, Portaole Stands
ARG AND BURGERS,
Porcelain, Mi"a. Paper and Tin Stnde*, Glass
Glob s and -hades, Couper ?nd Iron Pumps, Path
Tubs, Parlor ?md ticd-r wm Grates, Kerosene Lamps,
kc . kc. nt reasim iblo prices.
Itvpairing prom, a ly attended to.
Old Gas Fi?tur s Rebronzert
Uocombr 10 thsmSmo
LKATHKIt AND RUBBER
1UKits and Bars
Belt Hooks, &c.
FOR SALE BY ?
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 6 3mo
" PAPER HANGINGS.
AL4RGE ASSORTMENT, AT
January 7 1 thstulmo
SHADES! SHADES !
THE LiRGEST ASSORTMENT INT THE STATE,
at BINdM \N BROS.
January 7 tuatultuo
OLD CHAIRS AND SOFAS
BEPAIRED AT KINSMAN BB0S.
January 7 Uistulmo
Woct?its trab JHisff?nncons. '
LADING FUOM 8CHRS. C. E. RAY?
MOND, R. CALDWELL AND E. H,
ACHOICE SELECTION OF SEED AND TABLE
POTATOES, c3CBi8tlDR of Weswrn Beds, Gar?
net Chili, Davls'Seedllng,' Pins Eyes and Jackson
Wldres. . . - t . . . . v .
On consignment' and for sile af -lowest market
rates, by KINSMAN & HOWELL,
Jannary 21_2__No. 153 East Bay.
DAVIS' DIAMOND HAMS.
ASUPPLY OF DAVIS' IIA?OND BR AND
HAMS, received this week.
SMOKED TONGUE Breakfast Strips and Yar?
mouth Bloaters. WM. S. COBWIN A CO.
January 21 8
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK
JUBT RECEIVED, A FULL AND COMPLETE
assortment of Choice G BE EN AND BLACK
TEAS, comm Ising:
GUNPOWDEB , *.
H?SOM TWANK AY
Of various qualities, which are < Sered at from tl
to $2 per pound, at tbe
CO-OPERATIVE GROCEBY STORE,
Southwest oorner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free._Jannary 21
PRIME WHITE COM IN BULK t
0 AA A BUSHELS DRY WHITE NORTH CA
?\J\J\) RODINA COBN, suitable for grinding,
per sehr. Paragon, at Kerr's Wharf.
For sale low, while landing, by ,'
WEST ft JO^ES,
January 21_No. 76 East Bay.
Gi?OBGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., ,
OFFEB FOB SALE LOW FOB CASH :
QA A A SACKS SALT
(JuUv 10f0 barrels Pink Eye Feed Potatoes
100 bales Gunny Bogging
SAO coils Hemp and Manilla Bope
1000 kegs Nails
200 barrels Coffee Sugar, A, B and C
500 bags Bio Coffee
1C0 barrels New Orleans Molasses
300 boxee Adamantine Candice
500 kegs Orange Mills Powder
100 hogsheads New Orleina and Musco?
100 tierces Bice. ?
January 19 _tnthslmo
Cjf\ HHDS. PBIME WE1T?BN PHOULDEB1,
just received and tor sale by
January 20 2_HENRY COB1A A CO. .
HATI HAT ?
1 ?A BALES SELECTED EASTEEN HAY
IOU landing from schooner Mary, North Com?
mercial Wharf. For sale low while landing.
January 20 2 JOHN CAMPEEN A CO. 4
COAL! COAL ! ?
OKA 70m SUPEBIOR QUALITY BED ASH fi
^OU COAL, Tor sal at tho lowest market B
price, by JOHN S. HOhLBEOK. j?
Coil Yar*i, East Bay, g
! January 20 2 Opposite Union Wharves. 9
r A A SACK LTVEBPOOL SALT M
OUV/ '5 bales Dundfo Bagging
20 bales uunoy Clo tu
10 bhds. Bacon -ides and Shoulders
50 bbl H. Crushed and Coffee Sugars
60 obis. S. H. Mohissi-s
100 boxes Soap, various brands
Tobacco, Candles. Hour, Bice, Ac.
For sale by RA VEN EL A HOLMES, '
No. 177 East Bay,
January ll Imo Opposite Accommodat'onJIVbarf.
WHARTON & MOFEEIT,
M OF FETT ?Sb WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY Si BEET.
\T7"E ABE NOW RECEIVING B7 EVERYSTKAM
VV EB, APPLES and POTATOES, and offer for^
silo the following varietiesbf Eating and Seed T
Gocdrieh Seedling-PINK EYE
Western Red-Duck Eye
Chrti Ked-Davis seedling
Pooch B ow-Early Bose.
Parties ordering for seed should do so at once, be?
fore tho ri von and canals aro lrozen up.
T. J. WHARTON,
No. 115 West-street, New York.
J?MK> G. MOFFBTT,
No. 22 East Bay street, Charleston.
December 30_ 3mo I
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
FIVE HUNDRED BARBELS.
OA A BBL8. WESTERN BED POTATOES
2? ' J l / 100 bble. Chili Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Garnett Bed Potatoes
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On board the schooners A. E. Glover and Jonas
Smith. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEII L A SON, 2
December 20_Kp. 167 East Bay,
FRUITS! FRUITS rFRUITS!
WE HAVE ALWAYS ON H AND A LARGE SUP?
PLY of FRUITS, consisting or ORANGES,
Bananas. Pineapples, Plantains, Cocoanuts, Lemons, '
Raisins, Flss, Dates and Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts ot aU kinds - 4
BART A WIBTH,
Nos. 69 and 57 Market-street
November 28 2mo?
PER STEAMER CIMBRIA.
VEGETABLE AND FLOWEB SEEDS. BULBOUS
BOOTS, Ac, viz: Early and Large York Cab?
bage, larlyaud Late Drumhead. Tariy and LateBat
tcrsra, 1 arly and i ute Flat Dulcn, hurly Blay, Early
Sugar Loaf, ? arlv Ox Hoarr. and Green Glaze Cab?
bages, Drumhead and tireen urlcd Savoys, Brown
and Gr m Purled Kuie Cauliflower, Brocalli, Kad?
ish, Turnips, Bco<s. Carrots, sp nach. Onion Seed, !
Parsnips, V rslcv. Leeks, Lettuce, Thyme, Sage, kc,
kc. Bed and Wuite P anting onions.
FINE MIXED GEBANIAV8, 60 cents per paper;]
Large Pansy or Hca tacase. Larne Double tarni.
liou?, Picoteo ani Pheasant's Fy o Pinke. Mixed Ver* I
bena. Double Blood-red Wallflower. Double Dah in, r
Double Gil liflowers, Doubla Balsams, 26 cents per
pa,ier; .-carlet, White una Purple Candi tufts, Double
Ch na links. Gin-a Tricolor D outre Hot lyce ks,
clari;.a Pulehelia, Larkspurs, Sweet William. Core?
opsis, Poppies. Mixed Nemophilb Snap liragon,
Cautcrbury Bells. Coxcomb, sweet Mignonette,
Sweet Al ssura, Princi sa Feather, china and Ger-j
tran .'.stirs. Primrose Z on nia. Pe rucia, Portulaca
Phlox Drummondi, Bed Valerien, Bunning V.mssJ
kc, kc , 10 c uts per piper; Ano strong and vigol
ro?s strawboiTy P.ants, a choice collection of 'leaf
Roses, Double Lahliaa, ail colors.
An assortment of HOU-EKFEP1NG ABTICLESj
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements.
For sale by Jofl.i THOMS N ? CO.,
No. 2-8 King-strtet,
January 10 stutbl2 Charleston, S. C.
T ) USfeELL'? BOOK ?TORE.
WEEKLY LIST ?NEW BOOKS, ko. \
TBE POET AND THE PAl sTEB, or Gems of Art !
and Kong, with ninety-nine lirge steel engrav?
ings, imperial 8vo. moroco, $20.
TENNYSON'S ENID. Illistrated by Gustavo Dore, fo?
lio, in an elegant binding, $10.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLY LALL, Illustrated by Hennesy,
i octavo, $3.
GHAT'S LLEOY, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the
orls'nal manuscript, no. 96 25.
WAYSIDE POSTES, original Pot ms of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven j
illustrations, ito. $10 J
THE Binn, by Michele:, illustrated by two hundred I
au J ten exquisite engravings bv GlaoomeDi, 15. m
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