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NEWS 8UMM AK Y.
-Gold closed in New York at 35|.
_Cotton in frew ?brk closel less active and
a shade easier; middling SOJc. Sales 3600
-Cotton in Liverpool closed easier but not
lower; uplands 12jd., Orleans 12?d. Sales 15,
-The " German " is going out of fashion in
-Brownlow pardoned three hundred con?
victs last year, and is still at it.
-The New York Times says : "Mossrs. Ma?
son and Slidell will shortly return to this
country in company with Jefferson Davis."
-The entire Village of. Craiqville, Orange
! county, New York, with five hundred acres of
land and a cotton factory, has "bvea sold for
-It has been discoverel that $2 000.000 of
church funds have been loaned for speculative
purposes in Wall street, and that several
churches are mortgaged for the same purpose.
-Routledge 4 Sons, the London publishers,
are said to have paid Lord Lytton ?30.000 for
fifteen years'copyright of his works, and have
just c-xtouded their privilege for six and a half
-A negro girl, aged eleven years, eight
monihs and eighteen d -ys, living near Pulaski,
Tennessee, a abort time since, gave birth to a
fem tie c hild. Tho mother and child aro both
living am' in peifeot health.
-Messis. Charles Astor Bristed and William
Young are engaged in translating Victor Hugo's
new novel, '\Dv ord .-r of the King," which wilt
appear in thc new weekly paper to be publish?
ed by the Appletons. '
-.Miss Katie Putnam disports on tho bicycu
lar velocipede at the Davenport (Iowa) Thea?
tre. During the performance Kate wears a
bycicular garment. ' She make3 the machine
zip," is the comment of tho local papers.
-The Prussian Militury Gazette says that
tho Geiniau military organization is nowcoin
plc'e, and that "a million of soldiers can, at
any moment, bo placed under arms by a single
telegram from Berlin.''
-Sitka is 6aid to bo nearly depopulated.
Every one who went there wanted to keep a sa?
loon. There being no one to pay for drinks,
where all were barkeepers, business becamo ;
duli, and now the emigrants aro poins back to ^
-A company has just been formod in Balti?
more to build a now theatre for Mr. John T. 1
Fe ru. A lot has bceu bought at the corner of !
Baltimore and Paca etrcots u a cost f $100,
000. Tho theatre is to be one of tho largest in
tho Union, and will front 154 feet on Biltimore- j
street and 170 feet on Pac2-stro?t.j
-"General Graut," said a distinguished lady
1o t?ie General tho other day, rather confiden?
tially, "I am just d>ing to know who tho Cabi?
net are lo b " "Aro jou, thongh," said the 1
General. 'T am, indeed," said the lady; "just <
dying of curiosity." Then the Goucral, iii a 1
low voice, replied: ''Well, Madam, that is just j
what Mrs. Graut says." ]
-A Washington telegram to the Boston Ad
vertiser says: "General Grant, in conversation
this morning, took square ground in favor of '
the principle of impartial sufivago. He seemed 1
to have some doubt about tho power ol Con- 1
gress to rec?late suffrage by law, but said i
that there could be no sound objection to sub- ,
mitting a constitutional amendment to tho
people. He spoke of the one passed by the
Honso on Sitorday as embodying the right
idea, But expressed no opinion on the lan- 1
guage therein chosen. He said explicitly that *
the prijciple of impartial suffrage-is right iu 1
itself, and added that as we have, through the 1
Reconstruction acts, imposed negro suffrage on c
on the Southern States, it is only fair that tho 6
Northern States should'give the ballot to tr.cir
own coloied citizens. Ho thought tho quos
tion at issue had better be disposed of as soon 1
as possible, so as to take a disturbing element
out of our affairs, and indicated a hope that 1
the amendment would be passed by Congress <
before the end of tho present session." 1
- The irrepressible relict of thc late Prcsi- j
dent Line?le hos again failed to enlist tho
sympathies of Congress in her behalf. Tho
Senate Committee on Pensions do not consider
her a proper object cf nacional charity, and '
in reporting agaiust tho joiot resolution for (
her relief, they eayVeo with a3 much bluntness j
as is compatiblo with oommon courtesy. Ac- ?
cording to thc statement of one of tho execu?
tors of Mr. Lincoln's will, bo loft to his family
property to tho value of nearly $luu liX), to
which Congress has sines added $25,000 as a 1
freo gilt to the unfortunate widow. It is 1
thought that under these ci-cu ms tances 1
she ought not to be in a state of des?
titution, and ber plea for assistauco in ?
for ma pauperis appears to excite tho disgust ,
of a majority of the party to which her late
husband belonged. The Pension Committee
do not consider themselves authorized, under
existing law?, to ?rant a pension oxceodiug '
thirty dollars per month, but with bitter (
irony suggest that, if Mrs. L's claim is on ac- j
count of extraordinary military or naval ser- t
vices, it had better bc referred to tho military
or naval commif-eel This is the unkindest
cut of all, as it is generally understood that 1
tho only "services" rendered by the lady havo
been to persons who had axes to grind at tho '
White House, and were willing "to come down' i
handsomely for back-3Uirs help in getting i
-A tembl? tragedy occurred ne.ir Scwclls
ville. Ohio, last month. One Thomas Carr
fell in love with a daughter of his employor,
Mis9 Louisa Fox, and desired to marry her.
The young lady being but fourteen years old
the suit was denied by ber parents, and Carr at
once determined upon murder. He procured
a razor and Btarted for the house of Mr. Fox,
when he met Louisa on the road, accompanied
by a younger brother. Carr turned about and
they walked together. During thc conversa?
tion, which ensued, tho girl told him that her
grandmother, whose bouse she had just left,
had told her that ber parents had determined
that she should nevor koop Iiis company again.
The reply of Carr was that "Lo guessed both
of them! had a short timo to live," adding
tho query, ?. Louisa, arc, you prepared V
To whioh sho responded, "I am." Ln
msdiately after her reply bc pushed ber
tbwri and drew out tho razir, which ho had
hitherto kept concealed in his pocket, and pro
C3.} led to cut her throat. The girl threw up
her hands, which were Tearfully gashed in ih
struggle. It appeals that she did not mais
an outcry OF plead for ber life.'so rapidly wa
the deed consummated. Subsequent examine
tionshowed that t! e victim's head was near)
severed from her body. The murderer n
turned to Sewellsville and borrowed a gui
He then proceeded by a roundabout course t
a coal bank, near Mr. Fox's house, thc hom
ol the murdered girl, whoro .ho passed th
mgbt, during which he ventured to tho fror
of tbo house and looked in at tho front wir
dow, watching the neighbors while they pn
pared the body ot the girl for burial. Tho nc-3
day be shot himself with tho gun, and thinl
ing ihe wound not fatal cat his throat with
shoe knife, juBt after which he was disso\
ered and arrested. He will not recover fror
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY G, 18G?
What la to Become of Our Sea Islands
It is hardly necessary to say that we ar
not of the number of those who think fha
our sea islands are ruined forever, and tha
it is impracticable, with free labor and th
danger of the caterpillar, to make tb
planting of long-cotton even moderately
profitable. Wc believe that there is ni
sound reason why the sea islands shoult
not be made, by the continued and judioioui
cultivation of cotton, as thoroughly proa
perous as any district in the interior of th?
State; but, at the same time, we feel tha
there is weight in the arguments of tht
thoughtful men who urge the long-cottoi
planters to refrain from placing their en
tire reliance on their crop of cotton alone
We know that the sea islands are of groat
value, and that they can give a good ac
count of themselves, even if it were by a
freak of nature made impossible to pro?
duce upon them a single bag of cotton.
Advantages such as are seldom possessed
by any farmers anywhere under the sun,
belong to our rich sea islands. They are
within easy reach of a market for purchases
and sales; they have all the facilities which
a high degree of civilization can give, and
upon them can bc grown all the fruit?, veg?
etables and plants of semi-tropical climes
They are admirably adapted to a system of
diversified agriculture. Upon them may
be produced well-nigh anything, from a fat
lamb to a juicy orange. Therefore is it,
and not because our great staple must?iecds
be unprofitable,-that we should not give
our faith to cotton alone, and that we should
endeavor to turn lo the best account the
latent powers cf our islands, so as to have
many strings to our bow and make success
cot probable, but eertain.
The foilowiug are some of the natural
products which may be cultivated with
profit on the sea islands and sea-coast:
First. The Esparto grass, of which we
have already given somo account. This
;rass eau be grown with as much economy
is hay, and now cells for about $70 per
ton in United States currency. It would
not be necessary to export thc Esparto.
Thc paper mills in the North and South
would cansume all that we could produce.
South Carolina should be able to supply the
raw material to every paper mill in the
Second. The hop, the cubivaliou of which
is very simple. It requires but little labor
t>xcept at harvest time, andis highly profita
ole, the principal expenso being for the
poles upon which the hop climbs. And
lops, whatever the moral condiliou of (he
freedmen, would not be stolen as other
jrop'j ai.\ In 1850, three and a half mil?
lion pounds of hops were produced in the
United States. New York reported two
million five hundred and .thirty-six thou?
sand pounds and South Carolina twenty-six
Third. The Palma Christi, or castor oil
plant, which should be a very valuable crcp
or the richer lands, and particularly the
ligher and well-drained rice field swamp
ands. Tho ground is prepared as for other
:rops, and the seeds ure plum ed much in the
lame manner as Indian corn The yield
raries from twenty to twenty five bushels
Fourth. The Ramie, of which wc shall
ie able to show samples to any of our read
;rs who may wish to try it. We 6hall pub
ish some general infoi tnation iu regard to
tlamic in a few days.
Fifth G irden truck for thc markets of
Charleston and the Northern cities. Wc be
ievc that the s imo labor ind care which is
;iven to the planting of 001 ton would, if
;ivcn to the sweet potato, yield the farmer
is large an average profit as colton itself,
ill vegetables may be brought io maturity
m the isbnds weeks earlier tiiau near Wil
nington or Norfolk. They cm be shipped
promptly and cheaply, and must bring high
The sea islands arc, also, admirably
idapted to all semi-tropical fruits, such as
he orange, the lemon, the tig, ( wr.ick is now
i paying crop in California, mid Jbids fair
o drive the Smyrna fig out of thc markei),
bo almond, the grape, the strawberry,
both of which las?, were successfully sbip
Ded from Aiken to New Ye ? lutt spring
md Euminer, aud brought large prices), tho
dive, the pecan nut, (which biings about
is high a price per pound us upland cot
ion), and many others can, and we believe
will be, grown on the splendid lands of our
?ea islands. And we would say to our peo?
ple, who own these lands: "Do not part
"lightly with your property. It is intrin?
sically of great value, and ihe time may
"not be far off when their value will be
"better known and appreciated."
We may mention here an observation
made by au intelligent Northern man, to
show the valae of the situation of our lands.
He said to the writer, while conversing
about the future of ihe South : "Woy, sir,
"it costs more to insure tho productions ol
"the soil from Chic igo to New York than
"it does to transport them from Charleston
"to New York."
We have, iudecd, in our favor, ever,, thine
that the bouuty of Nature eau give. Yel
must we give the soil au opportunity to dis?
play its varied treasures; and this cannot
be done unless we determine to cultivate,
not this crop or that, but every crop which
our lands will produce to be sold at a fair
profit. There is no earthly etiuse for dc
epairing; and if we work hard, do nut ig?
nore the fact that the world moves, and
take counsel with every one who can offer
a good suggestion, our once splendid low
country plantations will gradually improve
and become at last more valuable than they
ever were before.
South Carolina, Vicksburg and Texas.
We learn from tho Vicksburg Times of
the 31st ultimo, thal arrangements are beiDg
made for thc establishment of a now line of
steamboats between Vicksburg and Shreve?
port. The organization, as far as the boats
are concerned, is completed, and the line
will go into operation at once if the agents
of the company make a favorable report of
the business to be looked for from Shreve?
port and Eastern Texas. It is not doubted
that these sections will give the line an
earnest support, as Vicksburg is their near?
est railroad connecting point, and by the
new route their trade and travel will save
the time and risk of transit between the
mouth of the ?ed River and New Orleans.
The Times says :
At Vicksburg tho line of steamers will con?
nect with thc " Palmetto Lino " to New York
via Charleston. This lino is carrying cotton
from Vicksburg to New York, witnin seven or
eigh* 'lays, at the rate of $1 72 per hundred
pounds, being the quickest route known to us,
and there is no reason why cotton might not
go from Shreveport to New York within ten to
twelve days by this route, when we get the
line of steamers established, nor why Ireights
shipped by it from New York might not reach
Shreveport in tho sams timo.
But perhaps tho most important thing to
the two sections-Texas and Louisiana, and
thc States lying between Vicksburg and
Charleston-is the great cattle trade. Vicks?
burg, Jackson, Meridiau, Selma, Borne, Atlan?
ta. Augusta and Chailcston will be feeding on
Texas beff before Ihreemonths have elapsed after
the tine is made. Moreover, tho high prico of
pork this year will cause a large demand for
Shreveport and Texas packed beef, with South?
ern States cast of the Mississippi. Our mer?
chants of Vicksburg arc already proposing to
introduco this new and c?:cap article of planta?
tion food, and we confidently look tor it to tate
the place cf not less than one-half of the pork
heretofore cousumcd. This will bc the routo
too, cast, for tho largo wool and lrdc trade of
that section, aud why may wo not expect lo
oat Texas flour herc in Vicksburg ?
And we may add that we see no reason
why these commodities should not be
shipptd by the ;iGolden Horn" line of
direct steamships between Charleston and
Thc South Carolina Railroad Company.
We print this morning, in full, the reporls
of thc President and Superintendent of the
South Carolina Railroad Compauy, of which
wc published a synopsis yesterday. These
rcporlB are the history of thc road for tho
past year. Thc}- sho v thc amount of busi?
ness Jone, the cost of working the road, the
condition of the rolling stock and permanent
way, the financial condition of thc company,
and what ure ils prospects for lhe future.
Tnese tiling they express not hy word?, but
hy hurd fuc's; so that the stockholders moy
see for themselves the magnitud* of the
luhk which was imposed upon thc manage?
ment of the company, and judge for them?
selves of i he manner in which that task has
been perfumed. .
WE ABE authorised to announce the with?
drawal of the nrtnie cf General Wudo llimp
ton as a candidato for the office of President
of the South Carolina Railroad Company.
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C hildren, and w ll also induct a class of Young L'
dio~, at ber residence Kv, 6 KIN :-?TEEEi. she
solicita a shore ol Uio puah: patronage.
February 2 tutbs3
LAW ri OT i c E.-MCMILLAN KIM;,
Eeo., is this day admitted a partucr in cur
CAMPEELE k SEABROOK, I.iwvers,
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JAME 5 B. CAMPO I'LL,
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MCMILLAN KING. January 1
loots, Si)0C3, <gtf.
(xAITK?iiS AIN?? IULUOi?ALS,
.TCST RECEIVI D BY BTEAflElt
-I ?. OASES FINE LUIl:.-.' CLO i II KIRSTI J
?y ' GAH BBS which wo will sd! lioai SI IS tu
SI HO. best. wor;h S2
Also, a n'co lo?, ot odies Morocca BALMORALS
from SI up. An Hssuitmeut a< MttSt-a and Bov'a
S ti OES, which we eau Hill a. tho tame proportion,
natue! v. VERY CHE IP.
Entra?e-, us more convenient, corner KinT and
Ca>houn. o>- in Calhoun-sttect
Janu:ryl8 mw'10 1URCHGOT J.' BROS.
OFHCE OF UDOLPHO WOLKE.
Sole Impoi ter of the Schiedam Arnmatic Schnappt,
. AiO aa Brnvcr-strccl.
KEW TOBE, November 3. 1868.
To thc People of tho Southern States s
WREN THE PURE MEDICINAL RESTORATT
now so widely knonn as WOLFE'S SCHIED
SCHNAPPS, was in'roduced into the world un
the endorsement of four thousand leading meat
of ihe medical profession some twenty years ago,
proprietor was well aware that it could not whi
escapo the penalty attached to all ?cw an<l us<
preparations. He, therefore, endeavored to invet
frith strongest posiible safeguard against coun
felters, and to render all attempts to pirate it d
cult and dangerous. It wa? submitted to dist
g ui sh ea chemists for analysis, and pronounced
them (he purest spirit ever manufactured. Its pi
fy and properties having been thus ascertained, s:
pies of the article were forwarded to ten thoust
physieianB. including all the leading practitioners
tho United States, for purposes of experiment,
circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation am
report of the result, accompanied each specimi
Pour thousand of thc most eminent medical men
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions
the article were unanimously favorable. Suet
preparation, they said, had lout; boon wanted
thc profession, as no reliance could be placed on I
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which wi
more or less adulterated, and therefore unfit
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence a
strength of the oi of Juniper, wnich formed one
the principal ingredients of thc Schnapp?, togctl
with an unalloyed character of the alcoholic c
mcnt, give it, in the estimation of tho faculty,
marked superiority over every othor diffusive sri aa
lant as a diurodr, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from professioi
men of the highest rank were published in a cc
doused form, and enclosed ?vith each bottle of t
Schnapps, os one of tho gu?ranteos of its genuir
no. Othor pr?cautions against frand were al
adopted ; a patent was obtained for the article, t
label was copyrighted, a Jae simile of thc proprioloi
autograph siguiture wan attached to each label ai
cover, his name and that of thc preparation wcr<> ti
bossed on the bottles, aud the corkn were sealed wi
his private seal. No article had over been sold
this country under the name of Schnapps prior
the introjuction of Wolfo's Schiedam Aromal
Schnapps, in 1S31; and thc label was doposited,
his trade mark, in tho United States District Cou
for thc Southern District of New York during th
It might be supposed by persons una-quainU
with the d .ring character ot tho pirates who pr<
upon the reputation ol honorable merchants Ly vern
Inf deleterious trash uuder their nam?, that thc pr
toctions so c arefully thrown around theso schnapj
would have precluded thc introductions and talc <
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to bai
stimulaVd thc rapacity of impostor-. The trac
marl: cf th propriotor has boon stolen; the indore
mcnt which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alor
received from tho medical profession hns bec
claimed hy mendacious humbugs; his labels an
l.oltlcs have been imitated, his advertisements par;
Phrased, his circulars copied, aud worse than al
dishonorable retailers, otter disposing of the genuin
contents of his bottle?, have fi'lcd ihem up wit
common gin, thc mo;', deleterious of all liquors, an
thus made bis name and br md a cover for poison.
Ibo public, thc medical protea ?."maud ihe sici
for wheni ibo Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is r-c
scribed aa a remedy, arc equally iutcrcsto I with th
proprietor iii thc detection ami suppression of thos
nctarious piacticcs. Thc geuumc aiticic, manumc
lured at tLo establishment of tho undesigned ii
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled hom a barley of I h
finest quality, md flavored wilb an essential extrae
of the berry of (he Italian jacinto", o? unequalled pu
ri ty. By a proce s unknown in the prcpar.it iou o
any other liquor, it Is treed from every acrimouioui
aud corro ive clement.
Complaints have boen received from tho lcidln:
pbyx'ciuiis and families in thc southern States o
th" sale of cheap imitations of tho Schiedam Aro
malic Schnippe in t'.ioso markets; and travellers
who arc in thc hain! ot using it as an ?ntidoio to thi
baucful iufluciico of unwholc.-omc rivor water, tus
thy that cheap gin, put up lu Schiedam bottlcj. i
frequently palme J off upon the unwary. 'J IK
ogeiit? ot tho undersigned have been requested lc
institute inquiries on the BI bject, anti to forwatd tc
him tho names of 6uch rnrlies as they may asc-r
tain to bc engaged in the atrocious system of decep?
tion, lu conclusion, Ihe undersigned would say thal
bc h:i- produced, from under tho hand* of Ihe mo-t
?istingui'hcu mci: cf scion e in .injonea, prods un
answerable of thc purity and inedleiual excel?
lence of thi- b'cbieJani Aromatic Schnapps ; that
he hm expeuded m iuy thousand dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantee* aud safeguards, which
he titfiiiucd should pro eel the public and himself
againit fraudulent imitations; that "no has shown it
to no thc only liquor m (ho world that eau he uni?
formly'depcuded upon a- uuadulti-ratcd; th it Lo has
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment ni ail its lorim; an,I from every orded
thc preparation whi h bears his name, ?cal and trade
mark, has come off triumphant. He, tlioietore, feels
It a duly he owes to his iellow-citizms uer.orally, to
thc inc?ical prolcanon and the sick, to denounce
aud expose the charlatans who counterfeit these evi?
dencies ot ldeutily, aud ho calis upon the press and
tho public to aid him in his efforts lo remedy so great
The following letters and ccr'iflcatcs from tho
leading physicians and chcTiist' of this city will
prove to the reider that all goods sold >>y tbc under
signe J arc all tbat they aro rcprc outed to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as being in every respect pre-.-minenlly pure, and
deserviug ot medical patronage, ?t all events, ii is
the purest possible article of Holland Gin, hereto?
fore unobtainable, aud zs such may be safely pre
! scribed by physicians.
DAY?D I.. MO IT, ii. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New Ycr?.
16 Pisr.-sTitEKT, NEW YOUK, I
November 21,1837. j
UooLrno WOLFE, Esq., 1'rctcvl:
j Dear ?'ir-1 have ma loo chemicalcrimination bf
asainplo of youi Schiedam schnapps, with ihe
icut of determining if a,iy foreign orinjuriou? sub.
stance I td boen ?iducl to th- simple distided spirits.
1 h.. examinad .JO has resulted in tho cOuclusioQ
that thc Hiuuple contained nopouonouaor birnam!
admixture. 1 have i con unable to discover any
trace ol tho deleterious substance-, wich uro eui
ployed in thc adulteration of liquors, i would not
bodtale to uso myself or to recommend toothers,
tor medicinal purpodi s, the Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent und unobjectionable variety of giu.
Very respectfully yourv,
iSij-ned,) CHAS. A. silifcl.Y, Chem isl.
NEW YORK, No. 53 CEmn-sTiiEEr. i
Nov<jUi.,eriiG, lo?7 J
UnoLPUo WOLFE, Esq.. Fraient :
UearSir-'. have submitted to ebonilcal analysis
i\>-" bottlrs ot ">ciiiodwu Schnuppe," which 1 took
Uv ni a lresh package in your bon-.ed warehouse, aut.
find, as oe;ore, that the spirituous liquor ie tree
from injurious iugredients or filsilk-auon; ?hat it
hus tho marks ol bring aged and not recently pre?
pared oy iut chantra I admixture of alcohol und aro?
Rispeoifully, FitKI). V. MAYWR,
NEW VOBK, luirsday, May 1.
Unoi.pao WOLFE ESQ.:
Dear Sir- The nut ol pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes baj bean long foll by thc pro?
fession, und thuas..nds of lives have boen sucrificod
by the use ol adulterated articles. Delirium Iremeus,
uud i J Lia. i di.va-cH o. the broil: ?md n- rvos, so rite
in ibis country, arc very rare ia Europe, owing, iu a
great dejree, to th? i.itfereuco n Ihe purity of the
We hive tested the seve/sl articles imported and
sold by you. incituiiog your Ufa, which \uu seil un?
der thc ?ame of Aromatic pchiedani schnapps, which
we considrr justly entitled lo the high reputation it
hai acquired in ibis couuti-y; and from your long ex?
po. ?euee a? a foreign i aiport .-r, your Dollied Wiues
and Liquors should meet w th thc samo demand.
Wo would ronommeud you io nppoiui some ut the
respectable apotbeiaries in dil?ernit parts ol' tun city
as agents for 'ho salo of your Brau.des und Wines,
woe-ro die prof.itsiou can obtain ?ha ruiue when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wi? hin* you duceoss in y ?ur row CDterprwc,
o rewa?u, voar obedient ?el vant.-,
VALENTINE MO IT. M. !>., ProiVsor cf Surgery,
University Mrd'cal Coi.'oge. New ?o.k.
J. M. OAUNOOn vN, M. ii.. Professor of Clinical
surgi ry, burgeon-in ' biefto the state Hospital,
fcc, No. ll- Batt f.ixieciii-;-strcut.
LEWIS A. SAYKt, M. L., No. 79.5 broadway.
H P. Vii WEii, SI D . Kn. 7U1 1 -roadway.
JOSEPH WUlfci'lEli. ll D.. No LtorKintk-street.
NELSON STEEL K, M.. D, No. 37 BWxJxcr-Strect.
JOHN O't'.l-.IL ?, M. IX, No. ?MFourth street
ll. L RAPBA?X, BI D.. Pro! .-soi- of the Principles
and i racliiv ol >ur cry, New Vork Medical Col?
lege-, kc. No. Ul NiuU-slrcet, aud cithers.
Ibo proprietor tlao offers for sale.
BOTTLED WIKES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and bottled by himsolf, expressly tor me
diemal uso. I-:*ca bailie has bi j certificate- ol' its pu?
rity. I'OOJL-F ."ill WUI-iKK.
November ll Sruoi
OHA X G IC LODGE, lo, II, A . F. BI.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OP ORANGE
LODGE will Le held 1 HIS EVEKING, at Masonic
Hall, at Seven o'clock precisely.
Candid i tes tor W. M. Degree will t e punetual.
THOMAS S. BEE.
February 6 1 Srcretary.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA?
THE REGULAR MEEI INO OF THE AsSOCIA
OTON will he held I BIS EVE.NXNO, at hair-past
A ml! and punctual attendance is desire', as an
Election "for Officers to servo for the ensuing year
will be held. J. E. FOGAIIT1E,
February fi 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SO- j
THE REGULAR MONTHLY HEBUNG OF YOUR
society will be brid Tina EVENDJO. the 6th inst.,
at Sevan o'clock, over the Store or Mr. J. H. VOL- '
CERN, northeast corn*r ot Beauts in and St. Phillp
streets. A full and punctual attendance of the mem?
bers ia requested.
Ey order. JAMES RONAN.
February 6 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COM?
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CHAMBER
will tako place on MONOAY, February 8th, 18C9,
at the Hall of the Old ttato Bank, corner ol Broad
str.et and East Bay, at Cn o'clock P. M.
Au Election for Office? will be entered into at thi
above place bciwecn thc honrs ot 1 >i and 8 o'clock
P. M., to be conducted by lbj Stewards of the Din?
1 ho Annual Dinner will take place on THURSDAY,
Feeruary nth, 1869, at thc Hibernian Ball, unaer
the management of the followiug
E. H FROST. I L. D. MOWRY.
LEE HOWARD. | C. E. WUNDERLICH.
Members intending to dine will call on the Treasu?
rer for their Tickets, at No. 10 Boyce & Co 's Wh irt,
erat the Hibernian Ball, on lhursdiy, at 3 o'clock.
Jf3~ Dinner will bo soi ved at 6 o'clock P. M.
P. J. BMtBOT,
February C 2 Socre-ary and Tica'urer.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOtlf
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAH..
ROAD COMPANY AND OF TUE SOUTHWEST
ERN RAILROAD BANK.
TBE ANNUAL MEEI INS OF THE STOCK
HO' DENS of the above Institu? loos will fe held
In tho ''hy of Charleston on the second TUESDAY lu
February next, the 9th of that mou'h. Place of
meeting, Hall of thc Southwestern Railroad Bank.
Hour of convening. Eleven o'clock A. M. r
On the day rollo wing, WEDNESDAY, the lOtb, there
?ill ho an election held at the sauc place, hf tween
!he hours of Nine A. M. and Three P. M., for FIF
1 KEN mit E.: TORS ol tbe Railroad Cou pauy ami
THIRTEEN DIRECTORS olino Bank. .
* committee to vority Proxies will attend.
Stockholders will be passel as urual over tho road
to and from Lb? meeting tree of charge, lu accord?
ance with thc resolntion of thc Convention of 1851.
J. R. EM fa RY. Secret irv.
January 13 tuthi tutli-7
?o5t ani) /oair?.
LOS I .-LOS C, AN- OVAL BROOCH,
containing ha r ou th., front and ih - likeness
rf a lady on tbo back. 1 ho finder will bc rewarded
by leaving ?t at No. 5 - OU i H BAY.
I curnary 0 ' 1*
rro RI'NT, THAT HISS I HABLE
X DWELLING HOUSE. No. 90 Co niug-treet.
C( n'niuii:g seven ?quare rooms, two atlies, pantry,
kitchen, and all neccw?ry oir bullrings; ?inmediato
posiossi'i given. F.r particulars, apply at No 7
GEORGI E- >'i R K ET. sw Ju unary ld
?OOAIS TO RENT TO A VA MULT
without children. Apply toG. GR\F, nerta
cast comer ol Wemw. rib aud Pitt ttrccts.
TO RENT, THAT GO"?D GROCERY
STORE at tho corner of Dou.;liiy en I Lucas
streets. Rent low toa good tenant. Apply at No.
26 UIBDL&STUBET. tbsta January 28
TO RENT. A PIA NO, IN UOUUOKDEU.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. October as
Hotiffs ia pankrupici).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THK
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOU m CAROLINA-IN TH li MAI TER OF HENRY
5. CRABB, BANKRUPT, Bx' WHOM A PE 11
riON FOR AtJjUMCAlTON OF BANKRUPT'V
WAS FI LLD ON THE ?lsrDWOF DlCEMREB,
A. P. 18C8, IN SAID COUltl-IN BANKRUPT' Y -
ibis ls to give notico ihat on tho iWESTv-EioimiDAY
HF JANUARY, A.D. 18C9, a warrant in Baukru->tcy was
issued aitaroat the l-stalc ol HENRYS. OBABB, of
Clio, in i he District ol Marlboro', and Slate or |
South Ca;olin i, who bas bcon adjud cl a Bankrupt,
ou his own pc : i ion ; that the payment of any docts
and riolivcry ot'any property belonging to fold l.'auk
rupt to him or Tor his use, and the transfer of auy
proporty by him are forbidden by la<v : that a meet
Iago?tim Crediton of the said Bankrupt, to prove
meir .tobbs, ard to ekooie one or moto Assignees of
Ins Eslate, will bo bold at a Conn, or Bankruptcy,
lo ho h..Men at No. 72 Uicod-s reel, Charleston,
^outb Carolina, before J. C. CARPENTER, Reglsirur,
OU thc FIFTEENTH DAY OF FF.DHUAB?. A. D. 1869,
lt I o'clock P: M. J. P. M. EPPING.
Dnited States Mar-hul as Messenger.
February G 1
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOIMH CAROLINA
JiNUtllY I ERM, 1109.-IN THE MATTER OF
JACull MYtli. OF CHARLES I ON. HANK
RUl'T-PElliloN TOR 1'ULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN HANKltUPrCY- Ordered, Ibotahoar
ing bc bad on tho SEVENTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
1869. at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. ?'.; and
lh.ta'1 Creditors, Ac, ol said Bankrupt nppeir at
-?aid tune and p'.aee. and PUOV.- cause, ir any they can,
why Ike pia;, cr of the petitioner should mt bo
granted. And that the second and third meetings
of creditors of said Bankrupt will be brid ul tbe
JIU e ot J. C. CARPENTER, Esq .' Registrar of tho
second fon^rofhional I ist riet, s?. C., on the six
rKENi II DAY OF FF.IIR?AHT, 180!), at ai 12 M.
Hy order of '.he Court, the 2lst dav or .fannary.
ISCJ. DAMKL HORi.DEi K,
Cler k of the District Court0/ thc Uaitod ?Halos for
.?.outli Caroiiin. s3 January 23
ID THE DISTJlft'T COU!*r OF TilE
UNI ''i-1) HTATES, FOR SOUTH C MC LINA
IANUARY IERM. 18:19-IN TUE MATTER OF
JOUN WA I SON, OF EL.GsTUEE, BANKRUPT
PEI 11 ION Fol: FULL AND FIN AL DliCHAMGE
[N BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, l hat a nearing be had
on tl c .-tvr.NTEENin DAT cr FEDBUAUY, 18 st Fed?
ora] Courthouse, m C.IUI lesion, C., and that all
i red .ors, ?cc .of -Hid Bankrupt appear ut said time
und place, ?iud FIIOW caucc, il a y they can, why tho
prayer or tho t-etitioner should n.it bo granted. And
inst Hie ?eennd end third inecliogs nf ucdi'ors of ?
tdd Bankrupt will ho held at thc oib>o of J. C. CAR
PEN i'UR, Efq.. l!>'(!ivtrar of ?HCOIMI Cougrc-sionul
District, South Carolina, ou thc SIXTEENTH DAY OF
LEUIIUAHY. 18119. at 12 M.
Ry ord-.r cl the Cou t tbo 21-t day of Jinuary,
I??9. DANIEL UOr.LJEcK,
Clerk of the District Court of the United states for
South i ?rodi a. s3 J.-ir.uary 23
.iniff? CARLY mmi
No. 27 9 King-street.
CANDY PUT UP ;N ASSJRIED BOX'?S OF 25,
50 HIM1 109 pi;iiud-, HU?.able tor Country 1 rada
Mer. haul:- can rely upon onr Candies boin-per?
fectly tri o iroui all s.ieh pu ouo.is -ubalancs as
T?BBA ALBA AND MARBLE Du> i.
lite, conslanily ou hand, a mil supply o:
AND FANCY CANDIK8.
No extra charge tor boxing.
January 7 thstulnio
AN SION HOUSE,]
No. C9 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TBAM-intT, FAMILIES and DAY BOARD at the
most tcsouablo toi ms, by
Mrs. R. C. KIN Ni Y.
January 30 stuihUmo
H A R ti E S T O N HOTEL,
CHARLESTON. SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RE8PKC7FUI.LY IN?
FORMS Lis Illoura and thc i ublic g?"n orally ti.o' hu
has takes charge ot this we.l-kun.vn aud poiraiar
llRsT-cLASsUOlLL, and hopes bv stile: attention
io merit a full s! arc of th: pub ic palro..ago
'I he celebrated Arlc:-iau Water Bath-J, hot, cold ?nd
sliowi r, can bc h..d at all hours.
(...radios with attentive porters nra always in roa di
nena to convey passengers to nuJ from tho different
railroads ead steamers. E. H. JACKSON, .
January 15 Imo
STATE SOUTH CAROLINA SE? URI TIES
fil TY CH s BL E3TON STOCK
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD BONDS
SOUTH CAROLIN i RAILROAD BOND?.
To bo loaned on ( ollaierals $10,0f 0. Apply to
J. DBAYTON FORD, broker,
February 6 IDAC No. 40 Pr. ad-street.
BAN iL BILLS I BANK BILL?T?
MN'K *UX9 OF AIX KINDS BOUGHT AND
highest price paid, by
ANDREW M. MORI-LAND,
February 2 Broker, No. 8 Broad-street.
BANK OF LIVERPOOL.
DBAFTS AT SIGHT ON THE ABOVE BANK, IN
sums to suit purchasers, for sale by
G. A. TRENHOIM Sz SON.
January 30 _ srutb.5
NEW Y O BK
FOR SALE BY
GEORGE w. WILLIAMS t co.
Janutry23 stu lb 12
(Groceries nnb j??uccllaneous.
Imported under the Reduced Tai iff.
ALARGE LOT OF IHE ABOVE. OF MY OWN
Importation, jun received and for sale at my
Store, Mee lino-street, opposite Mills Bouse.
CaunoK-Buy Savana Cigars whore the unopened
boxes bear a sm io o willi the word "IMPORTED"
printed therein. F. E. SOB RODER.
February i tbtmlO*
BY EVERY c? TEAMER.
\I,TM. S. CORWIN it CO. RECEIVE A FRESH
VV supply of CRACKERS and BKcUEiS. Goshen
Butter, Flour, kc.
PICKLES, KETCHUP &c.
EXTR'. LAUGE PICKLES, IN BARRELS
Mushroom, Wa lo ut, ned 'tomato Ketchup
Devilled Hara, in 1 lb. cans
Desiccated Codfish, in 1 lb. box's
A -upply of Keller's celebrated assorted packago
Candies Just received at the
CO-OFEBA'UYE OEOCERY STORE.
Southwest corner Mce'ing and Maraet streets.
Goods delivered Irce January 30
"ATTENTION. YE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA ClOAR, rall at No. 80MAK
KET-s i RLET, where you will find now open for
inspection the hrgoBtand most se oct stock et Otear?
ever imported to this tr artet, and which we offer at
a prie ; that will satisfy all dem iuds.
Wholesale und Retail, by
SA Y A S <S? VA. ?IM A S,
January 1 ws No. 80 Markot street
PINEAPPLE5, QUINCE-', STRAWBERRIES',
Cherries, Apple But cr, i'omaiocs, O .ccu oom,
Oreen Peas, succotash, String Beaus, Asparagus,
mushrooms, 'I ruffles, in two end three poun I cans,
at WM. S. Ci IRWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
LOD-ITICR. SUCKEREL. LITTLE NECK CL\MS,
in one, t-> o nud ihre : pound cans
Devilled Entremets-Liam, Turkey and Locater, for
Paties of Wild Game, Sardino?, B- ofa la Mode. Tur- j
key, Chicken. sau-ane Meat, in cars, of good
quality, at WM. S. CO? WT* & CO.
No. 275 King-siTvft
WASTED IO PUttCIIASIS.
5i\/\f\ BUSHELS <OU>D PEAS, FOR IM
. I'UU MEDIATE orders, for which the
7 hi'.'tu st market i.r.ec will bo t>ai<l.
Apply to JOHN CA u PsEN k CO.
February 2 tuths3
-I / \ fr (\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, DAILY
L y ' D 'J expected by tte utter Holden Horn, and
torsale hy HENRY ?OBIA k CO.
SPICES. SWEET HERI'-', RAISINS, CITRON,
Currants. Prunes Dried ?ppie?, Brandies,
rigs in boxes und drums..it 25, GCe aud Si; Pecans,
Hase', and Hickory Nuts, soft shell Almonds, con?
stantly ou baud, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 Kiug-slrret.
COCOA, BR'' AKFAsT COCOA. BROM4, HOMO
PA 1'UIU Cocoa, a fresh supply at
WM. S. CORWIN lt CO.,
No. 275 King-ttroot.
"IVH?BT?S - MOF??iT,
M0FFETT & WHARTON,
NO. 22 EAST BAY di REEL
W-E ARE NOW RECEIVINO BV EVERY STEAM.
EB, Al??'LES and PO I A l t ?ES, aud offer for
sale tho lollowing vorieites ot Ealing and seed
Goodrich seedling-PINK EYE
Jacka* n Whites-Dykcniou's
Weston) Bed-Duck Eye
Chili i:e.l-Davis seedling
Peach H.ow-Early Rose. .
Parlies ordering for see i should do 60 at ?nee, be?
fore thc rivers and canals arc lrozon up.
I. J. WHARTON,
No. 115 Wost-stroel, New York.
J*MK? G. MOFFb'J T,
No. 22 East Bay street. Charleston.
December 30 3mo
CHOICE FULTON MARKET
FAMILY PIG PORK, MESS BEEF AND MESS
POKK, Codfish, Yarmouth Boaters, Duich
Herring, ?a rd el I es. Mackerel, Pickled au I Smoked
ra mon, Hi ibutFins, Sound* ?nd Tongues, receiv?
ed every week, at WM. d. OOftWiN & ''0.,
No. 275 Ki> g-str. et
0EKU1SE SEE?"PUT A COES To
FIVE HUNDRED DARRELS.
O/ s A ,,BL?<- WESTERN RED POTATOES
?\f\r mu bb!w. Chili Red Potatoes
100 obis. Carnet. Bcd Potatoes
100 bbls. link Eye Potatoes.
On board thc schoouois a. E. Glover and "'ona;
iinitb. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEII L &SON,
December 20 No. i?7. E.i-t Lay.
DAVIi,' DL?H??? AND MAG
CHOICE BREAKFAST STRIPS, SMOKED AND
PICKLED lONGUKS. Concentrated Ueef and
l ork, German sau-ogo, ai
WM. S. CORWiN & CO..
No. 275 Ki g-.-tr<ot.
H EC KER'S FARINA.
PATENT AND PK A BL BARLEY, V\GO, TA
PIOHA. Maizena, corn slarelt. Arrow Root,
Com-tock's nu-ional Fond, ftilhin Miccaroui and
Vonni -elli. Cox's Sp. khu'.r au.l Coopor'.- fJe'ati-c,
F <::M:II, American and !ius-ian lei-glass, will bo
found at WM. .-. COK WIM k CO.,
_No. 275 Klng-slreet
PREMIUM FAMILY FLOUR,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUP., HEcKER'- sELl'-RAIS
ING Wlii'at and buckwheat..Tour. Rico Flour.
1 repton k Merrill's ind Pioneer Yoisi Powder, Wor?
cestei Hop Yeast cukes, Cream tartar, Soda. AU of
the best quality, a' WM. S. ?X) "WIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
CHOICE HUSH EN,
ENGLISH DAIRY, PL.EAPPLE. I ID 4M, SAP
SAGO, YOVNG AMERICA JHEESFS. at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO ,
No. 275 King-nreet
FRENCH, A?1 RICAN A.ND
OlOBR VINEG1R,WARUA?TEU l'?KE
PRIME GOSHEN CUTTER, OF 1 HE BEST
quality, received every week; Cooking Butter,
Primo Leaf Lard, ie. 3,5, IO aud 21 lb packagos, and
in any quaylity to suit purchas -rs at
WM. S. GOh'WIN k CO.,
No. 276 King-street
PLAN ITftG POTA WES.
I t\A I V BARRELS CHOICE PINK EY lt PLANT
LU Wv' 1NG POT AT OK*.
For sa-o hy GEO. V. WILLIAMS ? CO.
Jauuary 20 DAC 12
VE CLL QUOT, PON ARDIN MO0K it CHAN
DON'.-? Imperial, Mumm'.--, P.-ivato back, ('^bi?
no Vcrzcnay, Dry S'llc y and Veiz.tuay, warramed
genuine, and for sale bv .
WM. S. CORWIN t CO..
_No 275 King->lroft.
SATIN GLOSS, Pi'ARL AND
. BI.UK KTARCH,
FIG, BUTTON AND LIQUID BLUED?H, SOAPS,
Candles, at WM. d. CORWIN Se OO..
No. 275 King-street
?roreii?s cn? JHisccficcccw,
SPLENDID MAGNOLIA HAMS.
1 9 CASKS OF KEW CROP MAGNOLIA HAMS.
Li? For sale by
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS k COM Factors.
Feb; nary 6- rtntb8 ? Chprch-street
ONIONS, APPLES, BEANS, AND DELED PEACH
ES and Apples
SEE? AND EATING POTATOES.
GOODS ICH. WESTJBN BED, GABNET CHILI
Mrrcero. Prince Albert?. Juck .on White*
I each Blows, Pink Eyes, and Davis Seedling.
i or sale bj MOFFET k WBABTON.
FebrnaryO Btntblmo No. 22 tatt Bay.
SALT BACON, FLOUR, POTA?
=1 AAA SACKS PBTME LIVERPOOL SALT
IVVU 40 bhds. cheice Bides and Shoulders,
SO tes. Diamond and Peedee Hams
20 tea. umovered second quality Barns
200 obis. Western Flour, Nashville Mills
600 bbls. Eating and Seed Potatoes.
In store and lor sale ky
February 6 8_BESNARD O'NEILL.
FRUIT? FRUIT! FRUIT!
JUST ARRIVED BT THE BRITISH
SCHOONER W. H. CLE ARE, FROM
h LE I'THE K A, (BAH.)
QA AAA CHOICE ORANGES
OU.vvU 4000 Grape Fruit
300 bunches Bananas
20 doses Pineapples
16 000 FappadilUes.
The last named Fruit ls the first arrived since the
war. Partios wishing to procure a lew of them will
give us au early call. Will be sold cheap, at
[BART k WTBTH'S,
Nos. 55 and 57 Market-street.
February S _2
OAAA BUSHEL* PRIME WHITE MILLING
<UUUU CORN. For sale low whUe*landjng,
by WEST * JONES?
February 4_No. 76 t-ast Bay.
RED AND BLACK CURRANT,
CRAB APPLE. QUINCE, BLACKBERRY AND
Calves' Feet Jelly, Guava Jelly, Preserved
Chow Chow. Peaches, Quinces. Limes,, Raspberries,
in glass. Brandy Peaches, Gages, Apricots, Pie
Fruits, for sale at
WM. S. COBWTN k CO.,
_ No. 276 Kinp-street
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH :
O AAA SACKS SALT
O U U U 10C0 barrels Pink Eye Seed Potatoes
100 bales Gunny Bagging
30? coils Hemp and Manilla Rope
1000 kegs Nails
200 barrels Coffee Sugar, A, B end 0
500 b.igs Rio coffi o '
100 barrels New Orleans Molasses
300 boxes adamantine Candles
600 kegs Orange Mills Powder
100 hogsheads Now crleins and Musco?
Ito tierces Rico.
January 10 _tuthslmo
CHOW CHOW. ONIONS, CAULIFLOWER. WAL?
NUTS; Mushroom. Walnut and Tomato Cat?
sups; Worcestershire. John Bull, Tndla s cy, Paoli,
Reading sauces; ? ssccce of Sbiimps ?.nd Anchovies,
Anchovy Paste, Curry Powder, Salad Dressing, at
WM. 3. CORWIN & CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
KOKEB'3, HOSTETIERW, BUSS* ST. DOMIN?
GO. Stoughton hi IT* Bs? *
Drake's "Planiatiou Bitters, il per bottle, SH per
caa-, at_ WM. S. O RWIN k CO.
DEMIJOHNS, BJTTLES AN$>
lllll'OKTKD LAGER BIER. . ?
IPA/), FIYE GALLON DEM'JOHNS
X\)Vf V 2000 demij >hn?, smaller sizes
103 crates Claret and Madeira Bottles
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts
Imported trom Bromen, and f-r salo by
CLACIUS k WITTE,
Tebruary 4 thstuamos No. 80 East Bay.
ANISETTE MA?MSi HI?O, ?
CUBACOA, KhUMMELL. ABSINTHE. CHAB
T KL Us Crcae do Menlhce, Rose, CaiieHo,
Hoyan Parfait Amour. HuUe oe Vanille
For sale by WM. ti. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 276 King-street. -
LUCCA OIL, CAPERS, SPANISH AND FRENCH
Olives. Olivet Fardo*, anchovies.
Congress, Kit-sing.n and Vichy Wa'ors, at
WM. ?. COhWTN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
ASH AND CYPRESS LUMBER.
?vrow LANDING AND FOR KALE ON MAB
JLN sHALL'* Wharf, at wholo*aloor retail, 7000
feet-ASH and 4000 feet CYPRESS LOMB KR. by
FeomatyA thstu5 JuH.< MAHSHALL. Jr.
GODARD'S COUrUY, JOHNSTON'S MEDOO,
St. Lonbes, Brunderburg Freres, Ht. Julien
Medoc, Chateaux Margaux, Chateau Ty nein, Hock
heimer. Lubenheimer, Haut s uterne, Chamberlin,
Nuns, t?os do Vougcot, of direct importation.
For sol? by Wal. a. COB WIN k CO..
Ns. 27J KIns-strceL
OU) GOVERNMENT JAVA,
/"I EN DI NE MOCHA. LAGUAYRA. PRIME RH)
VT Ci 'Ft- EE>. Constantly on hand, Parched and
Ground Java Coffee, warran cd pure, by -L
WM. s. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 276 King-street.
I OAfl BU-HKLS OF SEED BICE. GROWN
L?UV on North Sautee, welghieg 47 pounds
per ou h-1. For sjle by
W. C. CO?iRTNE? k CO..
January 20 tuihslmo No. 'J Boyce's Whorl.
JEFFREYS'. BASS', ALLSOP'S. MUIR it SONS
and lennent's ALES. Imported recently and
WM. S. CORWIN k CO., '
Nu. 275 King-street.
A tnpiTy of PHI1 ABELPHIA PORTER, in pints.
SUGAR HOUSE AND GOLDEN
STU I P,
?W 6!.LEANS ?ND MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
at Wai. S. Cu ?WIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
LU B ? K*? f LA Vd RING
FX l it ACTS,
LIQUID RENNET!, ORANGE FLOWER WA?
TER, Ro.-e Wuter, Cricry anJ Caraway Seed,
Mock i urti.-, ox 'Tail a d t ornato soup. Borden's
Concentrated J xtraet ol B- cf. I ouriclot's Baseuce
oi Beot, fora -ups and invu.id*. Cu Halo at
wai. s. cofiwis; & co.,
_No. 27i Kiug->treet.
SA LT. BAGGING, &c.
r/W\ S.1CK LIVERPOOL ->ALT
tj\)\J '5 balesDouche Baggiug
20 bales uUuryCiotii
10 bhds. BOO-JU - ides nun shoulders
50 bbl?. Crashed and C .lice sugars
6L' bb e. S. H. Mol ss-n
IOU boxos Soap, van ni brands
I obaeco, Caud- e. 1 lour, Ri e. kc.
For sile by . RA Vi: BEL k HOLMES,
No. 177 East Bay,
January ll Imo Opposite Accoraniodafnn Wharf.
RECEIVED PER BA KK ADMIRAL CK
CILLE, FROM HAVRE, AT JACK?
SONVILLE, FLU lt IDA ,
QAA OA8E- FRENCH BEEB, OR BIEBE
? UU BOBEE
Genuine Freucb laret Wino, Cognac Brandy
A VABIETY OF 1'HENGH GOODS.
ALSO, IN STORE,
30 cases GENUINls ENGLISH ALE, in pints, and a
variety ot choice Liquors
10 kegs Choice Malaga Graue--.
Assorted FRUITS, Guav.i Jelly. Nuts
Cnewing and smokiup Tobi'co
Demo ti.- aud Havana Clears. Pipes, kc. kc.
Vor salo by
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 125 AI CETI AG-STREET.
TUREE DOORS SODiH OF M a R KVT-ST ttE ET.
PAPE.? H RUING:*'.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT. AT
KINSMAN BROS. ?
January 7 _thalnlmo *
.HA OE s ! SHADES!
THE LAUGEST ASSOBTMENT I ?J THE STATB,
at BINSMxN BROS.
January 7 thstulmo