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N" E W S SUMMARY,
-Gold in New York on Saturday closed
stronger at 35Ju35j.
-Cotton in New York closed on Saturday ac?
tive, and ic better; sales 7,500 bales at 80?c.
-On Saturday, cotton .in Liverpool closed
, active and id higher; uplands 12Jd; Orleans
-The Georgia Legislature mikes thc State
pay each member $9 a day.
-Huge railway corporations, it is thought,
will ultimately mle America.
-Robert Watson, a colored waiter, recently
died in New York, leaving a fortuno of $7O,O0J.
-David Paul Brown, Jr., a member of tho
Philadelphia bar, died of pneumonia on Mon?
-General Early says he will stay in the Unit?
ed States now, "if tho state of the country will
-Baron Erlanger, tho husband of John Sli
deU'a cider dauchter, will visit Now York and
Washington, with his wife and sister-in-law, in
-The New York Revolution, describing tho
suffrage question, sav : 11 tho only safoty for
the colored man is to *c tho women along
-An unexpected compliment has recently
been paid to Now Euglaud manufacturers, and
those of Rhode Island in particular, by an order
for the shipment of shirtings to Liverpool.
-The tunnel under tho Chicago River just
completed at Chicago, has sprung aloak, and
the passengers it is staled, are subject to a
drizzling shower bath of dirty water. Two
?racks have oponed iu tho lorf ot tho tunnel,
but ii is believed/that no permanent injury has
-Secretary Soward, it is state!, is makin?
arrangements (or au extoaded tour of travo!,
which he proposes undertaking on the expira?
tion of his term of office. Tho journey will bo
across thc Continent to Ciufornia, and from
thence through the Republics of South
-It is said that the Naw York Savings
bank? are beginning to invest to a coupiderr.
ble extent in Southern securities. OJ Than?
da; the Wall-street quotations of South Caro?
lina Btocks were as follows: South Caroona
Bixes, 72a73; do. new, 70a71; do. registered
-Tho pardon of Dr. Mudd, though not yot
granted by thc President, is considered all but
certain. The lecommendations for the pardon
are very strong, one alone containing over five
hur.dred names, being those of ovary officer
and soldier on duty at Dry Tortugas. It is
said that his attention to the sick at that place
during the prevalence of yellow fever has won
for him tho gratitude of all, who oarnestly join
in the recommendation to Executive clemency. ,
-Manton Marble, the tditor and owner of
tho New York World, is said to bo a hard-work?
ing, indefatigable man. Ho devotes his p-r
8onal attentiou to all thc details ot his busi- 1
ness, and generali, spends almost the entire
night in tho World office, appearing at his
home up town and dining at an hour when me- 1
ch anica and working men generally begin-to
turn over in bed for their last forty winks.
Those who know his habits say he is a marvel
-There have been a great many singular de- 1
velopmcnts connected with tho Rogers mur- ?
der, the latest of which is unfolded in tho nor- <
rative of Mr. Evorett B. Dolanoy, formerly a t
detective officer in New York. Some time last j
year he was first mate on board of a steamer
which numbered among its deck hands a ful- 8
low uamcd James Mahar. Between Djlauoy "
and Mahar au intimacy sprang up, and the
latter, being In a destitute condition, was pie- '
seated by his friend with a felt hat and a dark t
bine flannel coat. Both men afterwards left .<
the boat, and their association began gradually t
to die ont. On tho morning after the Rogers
murder, Delanoy met his farmer friend in Uui
vereity place, tapped kim on the shoulder, and ?
said, "Jim !" "Jim" snrang as though ho had 1
been shot, and before Mr. D. could express his lt
surprise at this, and ask an explanation, a j
friend accosted him, and "Jim''slipped away. ,
This circumstance, tho fellow's na.io<\ and "
some other straws, gave the cx-detcclivo an
idea. He sought out Sergeant Lowry, and re?
quested permission to examino thc hat aud a
coat which had belonged to the murderer, and e
identified them at once as the articles which bo c
had given to Mahar. Of course the latter was <
sought om and arrested. ,
-A New York letter of Wednesday says : ^
"Oar business men generally -take a hopeful
view of the traoo prospect, and expect a much
better season when the spring opens than the I1
last one. I hey look for a great i-aerease in v
the trado of the tiouth, where the propio ato w
much botter eff pecuniarily tban they wero a 1
year ago. nni they also expect a batter and 0
healthier trade with the Wost than they have b
had for some years. In anticipation of au ac?
tivo seasou, the importers havo sont much
larger orders abroad than they did last year or *
the year before. And tho import ontrios this P
year thus far sbow a groat increase over tboso of *
the same period m 1863. Last week, for instauco, i
they wero more than double thosoof tho samo ,
week in 1868. It is possible that our merchants t
are too sanguine, but certainly they aro a ;reat
deal more hopeful than they were a year ago,
and they say their advices from the South aud '
West are encouraging. Iba New York city t
trade has been so much overdone dunug tho j
past few years that it is not likely to bc par- ,
ticularly profitable, either to retail or whole- ,
sale dealers, far some time, but tho out of town (
trade, and especially that of tho distant sec?
tions named, is expeoted to make up for de?
ficiencies at home; A few weeks will probably ]
show whether the expectations of importers
and jobbers, in regard to activity in tho spring,
are well found? . or not." 1
_A very larR > and fashionable audience was
present at the opeumg of Ur. Edwin Booth's
theatre in New York, Weduosdaj ovouing. Thc
play selocted was "B meo and Juliet;" but be?
fore it had commenced Mr. Booth mado his ap?
pearance before the audience, ?nd tu a lew well
.selected remarks referred lo tbo calamity
which nearly two yoars ago deprived thc
community of his^ services, and of his
?a tbsequent resolvo to build a theatre
wo-ihy of the Metropolis and tho drama.
Taj play then proceeded. Of coarse, the
inevitable waits attending a first night marred
in some measure the beauty of tho perform
ance, out '.he general verdict seems to be on
of success. Mr. Booth divided the favor of th
audience with Mr. Edwin Adams, and bot
were called before the curtain. Miss Mc Vicker1
Juliet was injured by timidity. She wore
white satin skirt, hooped with pearls, and cu
pompadour, trimmed with silver bullion fringe
a pearl necklace and a tiara of diamonds, an
her long black hair flowing. Tho Nurse c
Miss Fanny Morant was a perfect success. Th
scenery is described as absolutely pcrfecl
Some fault is found with the theatre itself
which, "(hough a splendid triumph of up
holstery and mechanical contrivance, is not i
any high ^senso a work of art." Thc mos
glaring defect is a want of lobby-room.
MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 8, 1869.
Thc Debato on the Charleston Electioi
The debate in the^tate Senate on Thurs
d'iy last, on the motion to postpone th
consideration of the Charleston Electioi
bill to Tuesday next, developed the fae
that a strenuous attempt is being made ti
pass the bill as a strictly parly measure
without regard to its constitutionality, jus
tice or propriety.
Mr. Corbin wanted to know "whethei
"the law is lo be enforced,"-the questioi
which the State is now asking of the Leg
islslure; and he also wanted to knov?
whether "money influence and big name:
"are to rule, oontrary to principle, law
"and justice," while the State asks ol
the Legislature whether "party is to rule,
"contrary to law, justice and the State Con
"stitution ?" Mr. Corbin declared that hi
cculd show that the bill WP.S "wisc, jtisl
"legal and right." Ibis he may be able tc
do in the Senate chamber; but this he can?
not do in any court, or before any tribunal
in thc State, where argument may be met
by argument, precedent by precedent, and
simple assertion by the irrefutable logic of
But tho speakers who preceded Mr. Cor?
bin did not confine themselves to declaring
that thc law was meet and just, and, there?
fore, should be passed. Mr. Allen told the
Senate that they might postpone the bill if
they were willing to bc trampled upon by
thc Acting Board of Aldermen, and called
upon them, if they intended to assert their
rights as legislators, lo act upon the bill at
once. As far as we know, the Acting Board
of Aldermen is composed of inoffensive
men who desire to trample upon no one,
and least of all to wouad the sensitive feel?
ings of a worthy brother Republican. They
did but pei form the duty which the law of
1SGS devolved upon them. They decided that
there had been no legal Municipal election
in this city. They did not declare, contra?
ry to law and evidence, that Pillsbury and
his Board were duly elected. This is the
head and front of their offending. And
what thc rights of thc Senate, a legislative
body, have to do with a judicial question-a
question which has been before thu courts
and which is confessedly kept out of the
courts at this moment hy the friends of Mr.
Pillsbury, because a ?earned judge cannot
hear and delcrminc n grave question as
quickly as senators may vote when they hear
the crack of the parly whip,-Mr. Allen
did not venture to explain. Cut whatever
may bc the thoughts of certain senators,
Ihe people know that, in the words of Mon?
tesquieu, "there can be no liberty if the
"power of judging be not separated from
'.tho legislative and executive powers."
They know that "were the power of judg?
ing joined with the legislative, the lifo
"and liberty of the subject would be ex
"posed to arbitrary control; for the judge
'would then be the legislator." And tho
senate will remember that their actions
:t.nnot be hidden from the broad light of
lay. They and their pretended laws will
te arraigned at thc bar of public opinion,
md this question of the rights of the Sen?
te, as opposed to the rights of thr people,
te tried by the test of the Constitution of
he State, by the law of the land, by an au
hority superior to auy which even Mr.
Ltlen and his colleagues possess. Nor will
his be done out of opj ositiou to Mr. Pills
mry alone. The is*ue now is not between
Ir. Clark or Mr. Pillsbury; it is whether
he Legislature of thc State is to accumu
ite all powers-legislativ.?, executive and
udicial-in tho same hands-au accumula
ton which may justly bc pronounced "the
very definition of tyranny."
Mr. Allen, in the course'of his speech,
Iso ttt-ked whether the lawyers and press
f Charleston and the Democrats of that
i ty did uot "declare in advance that they
.would not abide by the election if Mr.
Pillsbury was successful?" Our reply is
hat such a declaration was nut made by
ither tho lawyers, the Democrats or the
ress of Charleston, but that a declaration
us made, as it is mide now, that they
rould and will abide by thc results of a
.gal electioa a^d thc decisions of the courts
f tho State, whatever ihoso results may
ie. Beyond this they will not go.
Beverly Nash, thc colored senitor from
ticbland, followed Mr. Allen, ?ind said cm
hatically that he was not williug to leave
?thc rights of the citizens of the Stuto (i. e.
.Pillsbury) to thc coarta, judges, or any
'particular individunl," and that tho mat?
er should be settled "without, any regard
'to the Supreme Court, District Court, or
'any other court." Also, that if Pillsbury
iud his Aldermen were elected, as was
ihown by the highest number of votes, he
wanted them "put into office, if it required
'the Governor to call out the whole force
'of the State for that purpose." And also
-and this is the key-note of the whole de?
bate-"this matter is the life of the party,
''the Republican party in Charleston. It
' depends upon it." He was in favor of the
bill, not only because he believed it to be
rigat, but also "as a parly measure."
The threat of culling out the whole force
of the State to install Mr. Pillsbury will
have no effect h?re, but it proves plainly
enough that this senator is ready to usurp
the functions of thc Executive as well as
those of tho Judiciary. It is not enough
that the ultra-Ridicals should be the law?
makers and the judges of the State. They
will not be satisfied unless they are the
Governor as well, for with less than the
whole powers of the three departments of
tho government wielded by one despotic
body, they could not hope to succeed in
giving effect to a law which would be vetoed,
we trust, by Governor Scott, and would be
held unconstitutional, and, therefore, void,
by every court in the State.
It is no rhetorical flourish now to say
that the Radicals in the General Assembly
are striving with might and main to over?
ride the organic law which they and their
party framed; but, whatever the conse?
quences, there will be for us this consola?
tion at least-that by their violence, their
disregard of law, and their working "out
"side the constitution," these Radicals will
seal the fate and secure the downfall of
A Itailroad in a iV.it-SuclI.
We have already published in full the re?
ports of the President and Superintendent
of the South Carolina Railroad for the year
1868, and we now present some compara?
tive tables which show better than gross
amounts can do the results of the business
and the character of the management of
GROSS EARNINGS PER MILE.
The mileage in each case is the total
number of miles of road, including all
branches. The gross receipts are, exclu?
sive of interest, banking revenue, and
other amouufs not derived from traffic :
Central Railroad (Ga.), 18G7.v. .$7875
.? " .. 1868 . 7123
Georgia Railroad, 1867..$4896
?. " 1868 . 4325
Western and Atlantic, 1867.$0226
M 1868 . 6837
Memphis and Charleston, 1867.$5100
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILUOAD, 1867.$5415
1868 . 5329
PERCENTAGE OF DECREASE.
Thc following table shows tho percentage
of decrease in gross receipts per mile iu 18CS:
Central Railroad, decrease per milo per
Georgia Railroad, decrease per mile per
Western and Atlantic Railroad, decrease
por milo per cent.25.S9
Memphis and charleston Railroad, de?
crease per mile percent.20.84
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, docroasc per
mdc per ceut.1.59
Tho following table shows thc percentage
of working expenses to gross receipts in
1808, ou tho roads named :
Cont al Railroad.63.92
Western and Atlantic Railroad.09.43
Memphis and Charleston Railroad.70.65
Socru CAROLINA UAILUOAD.53.85
NET INCOME PER MILE.
Tho following table shows thc net iucome
per mile in 1SGS, .applicable to interest, div?
idends and extraordinary expenses :
Central Railroad .-?2534
Western and Atlantic Raihoad.2U89
Memphis and Charles'on Ruilroad. 1253
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.2159
lt is not necessary to comment upou these
figures. Their significance will be under?
stood aud appreciated by every stockholder
and bondholder, aud by every other per?
son who is interested iu the .Sou h Carolina
Railroad Company, or who admires in thc
abstract a sound, practical and judicious
General Hampton and the South Caro,
lina lt a Hi omi Company .
We fiud the following letter in the Colum?
bia Phoci'X of yesterday, under the signa?
ture of "ridgefield :"
Some weeks ago tho name of General Hamp?
ton was mentioned in connection with thc
Presidency of tho South Carolina Railroad
Company;" sinco thcti several articles nave ap?
peared in print with tho evident intention of
preventing thc nomination of the General, by
sredicling in advanco that he would not accept
or did not wish thc placo, <fcc. 1 am satisfied,
from recent information, that General Hamp?
ton will accept th position if clocted, and bis
friends need have no doubt on that point.
In this connection, it is proper for us <o
state that the announcement of thc with?
drawal of the name of General Hampton as
a candidate for President of the Soul h
Carolina Railroad Company, made in THE
NEWS of Saturday, was based upon a pri?
vate telegram received in this city from
General Hampton, in which he said, "With?
draw my name ns a candidate for thc Presi?
dency of the South Carolina Railroad "
This telegram is still iti our possession.
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December M mth3mo P.-esldint.
_latottres tu Pan?ruptri).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UN rr ED sr ATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
so?ru CAROLINA-IN THE MAHER OF R.B.
RHEiT. j?., BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PEU
IIOH FOR ADJUt.ICAlTON OF BANKHUPTCY.
WAS FILED ON THE HU ni DA V OF DllOEMREB.
A. D. 18C8. IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRTJPlcY -
1MB is to give notice tbat on tbe THTBD DAY
OP FEBBOABY, AfD.18C9, a Warrantin BankruDtcy was
issued against the I stole o? R B. RH KT C, JB , of
Charleston, in the County of Cbarle.-ton, and State of
South Carolina, who has been ad jud .cd a Bankrupt,
on his own petition; that the payment of any deuts
and delivery of any property belonging to said I'ank
rupt, to him oi?for his uso. and the transfer of any
property by him in forbidden by law ; (hat a elect?
ing of tho Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to provo
their aobts. ard to choose one or moro Assignees of
bis Eslate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
lu be holden at No. 72 Broad-street, Charleston,
South Cat olino, before J. C. CARPENTER, Registrar,
on the TWENTIETH DAY OF FEBBUABY. A. D. 1809,
at 2 o'clock P. Al. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Mar-bal ns Messenger.
February 8 1
J* THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOB lilli DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN iHE MATTER OF SAL?
TERS AI ROtiHE. UANKS?PIS, BY WHOM A
PE?ITION FOR ADJUDIC \TIl?N OF BANKRUPT?
CY. WAS FILED ON THE 31ST DAY or DECEMDEB,
A. D. 1803, IN SAID COURT.-IN HAN KRUFT CY -
This is te gire notice, that on the SIXIH DAY OF
FEBBUABY. A. D. 1869, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
IsiUoU against the hstato of i>ALTERS k ROCHE, of
Charleston, in tho Coan 7 of Ciorleslon, and stile ol
South Carolina, who hai 0 been adjudged Baukiupts
on their own petit'on; that the payment of any
debts and dc ?vorv of any properly belonging to said
Bankrupts, to them or for their 119". and the transfer
of any property by them are forbinden by low; that a
mee.ing of tue creditors of the said Bankrupts, to
provo their debts,and to choose ono or more Assignocs
or th- ir Estate. * ill be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
te bo boldon at So. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, South
Carolina, before J. C. CARPENTER. Registrar, OB
IhC TWENTT-BECOND DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1809,
at 3 o'clock P. M. J. P. M EPPING,
United States Mir hal as Alcssengnr.
February 8 1
IN THB DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNIT SD STATES, FOR THU DISTRICT OF
sOUl'i PAROLINA -IN THE MATTER OF N. G.
W. WALK KR, BANKRUPT. BY WBOMA PE'ITION
FOR ADJUDICATION PF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON THE 318T DAY OF DECEMBER,
A. D. 18C8. IN SAID ("OURI'-IN CA^KKUPrCY -
This is to give no ic?, that on thc SIXTH DAY
OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1869. a Wa-rant in Bankruptcy
was is>uod against the Estate ot N. G. W. WALK?
ER, ot Barnwell, in th- County ol' Barnwell,
and State of south carolina, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition ;
that the payment of any debts and delivery of
any property belonging to said Bankrupt,to him or for
his use, and thc transfer of any property by him
are forbidden by law; that a meeting nf tho credi?
tors of. tie MU i Ii m-runt, to prove their debts, and
to choose one or moro A.-sign?es of his Estate, will
be held ut a Curt of Bankruptcy to bo holden at
No. 72 Broad-street, Charleston, south Caro ina,
before J. C. CARPEN i ER, Registrar, ou the
TWENTY-?l COND DAY OF F EB RC .BY. A. D. 1869,
at 12 o'clock M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Mcisengor.
February 8 1
?N TUE DISTRICT COI TU OP IHE
UNTIED STATES, FOR 'J HE Di vf RIOT ??F
SOUTU CARJL?NA.- IN I HE MATTER OF JO
MPH W. SEA ?BM K. BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
rETinOS FOtt ADJUDIC i. ION IS BANKttnPi
CY WAS FILED ON TUE 30rn DAY OF DECEM?
BER, A.D. 1838. IN SAID COURT.-IN BtNK
RUPl'CY.-'Ibis is to ?ive notice, thal on the SIXTH
DAT OF FEBRUARY, V D., 18?9. a Warrant in Bnik
l- ptcy v as itsued a?oiust the rstite cf JOSEPH W.
SLAt.itOcjK. o Edisto Island, m the County of
berkeley and State ol s oui h Carolina, who bu* bien
adjudged a I siu'.ru! 1 ou his own petition; t ia' Ibe
payment ot uny <".ebts and delivery of any property
belonging io said Bankrupt, to him or f >r his use,
and thu Iransf rnf unv properly by htm arc forbid?
den bv law; that a meeting ?d' tho cr.-dl'ors of tho
said B mitt apr. to provo their debts, and to choose j
one or meru assignees of his Estate, will be held al a
Court of liailkruptcy, lo be Lol n-n nt No. 72 Broad
street. Charleston, South ? ar I na, before J. C. CAR
P?! <TKB Registrar en lb? TWISTY BB:?ND DAT OF
IEBRUARY, A. D., 1809, ut 1 o'clock p. M.
J. P. IL EP1TNG,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
Fcbi nary 8 1
IN 'I'llE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNI I ED STATES, FOR THE DIS Me I-"I OF
SOUTH CAUL LINA -TN TUE M\T I LR OF JOHN
UAltVEY. B iNKRfPT, BY WHOli A PE- '
TI I ION FOR ADJUDICA T ION OF RANK
ItUPl'i Y W*S FILED ON THE MST DAY OF DE?
CEMBER, A. D. 18?8, IN SAID COURT-IN BANK
RUF ICY.-This is logivo nolico lb t on the THIRD
D\Y rr FEBRU>HY, A. D. 1S09, a Warrant in Bank
rtipiey was iwupu against ihc balala cf JOHN
U?RVEV, ot Charleston, in tho uounty ci clarles
ton. and btu'.e. ol South carolina, who lins been
i. dj tidied a lian <. rapt, on bi. own poHUou; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to said Bankrupt, to bim
or for his ase,anti the transferor auv propcily by
lum are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors ol the suid Bankrupt, to provo their debts,
n.-td to choose one or more assignees rf hit: Estate,
will bc held at a Court of Bankruptcy, t; bo holden
at No. 72 i .road-street, Charleston, S.O., before J
C. CARPENTER, tiegistrar, ou thc TWENTIETH DAT
OF 1 EBIIUABY, A. D. 1869, nt 11 o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. El PINO,
United States Marshal as Messenger,
? February 8 1
IN TUE DISTRICT COU RT OP Till
UNITED STATES. FOR TUE DIM Lld ?']
sourn c A it o L i s A-IN THE M?T H R OF
SAMUEL P. BENNETT. BANKRUPT, UY WHOM A
PICT 11 ION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK
lt UP ri A" WAS FiLBD ON TUE SOT'H DAY OF
DECEMBER, A. D. 1S08. IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY-Thia ta to givo notice that on the
TIIIUD DAY OF FEBRUARY A. D. 1869, a War?
rant io Bankruptcy was issued against, tho Estate of
SAMUELE. BENNET!, of Charleston, in thc Coun?
ty of Charl es ton, and .-talc ol south Carolina,
who ba* been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his
own petitien; that thc payment of uny dents and de?
livery ol auy piopcriv belungin : to sai i Bankrupt, to
him or lorkin use, und the transfer Ol tiny property by
him ure forbiurlcn bylaw; thal a inseting of the
Cr-'ditotsof the said Bankrupt, to prov? their debts,
and to cueose one or more Assignes of his Estate,
will ho held al a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden
ut No. 72 Broad--treet, Charleston, south Carolina,
before J. C. CARPENTER, Registrar, on thc TWEN?
TIETH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1869, a?. 12 o'clock
M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United ?tates Marshal as Mcssougcr.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP TUE
UNITED ST i TES. FOR THE DISIItlCT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN TUE M VITE ll OF
THEODORE S'lONtY, BANKRUPT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-7"? ivhom ii ?nay Cancern: The under?
signed hereby UIVL-S notice ot his anpoin mont as
ASS cn. c ol TfIuOi,ORE sroXEY, ot' Charleston,
in the District of Charleston, and stale o -omh
Carolina, wi hm i-atd Di?trict, wimba- boon adjudg?
ed a llaukruut upon hi? own pc i::on, by thc Dis
tri t Court ? f sui i Dtstri' L
Dated thu Olli day of February, A. D. 1600.
Fcbi nary 8 n,'.l Afc^gnw.
[N THE DISTRICT COURT OP TIIK
UNI i ED bl Al kV-FOB TUE Dl-Titl'"! OF
SOUTH CAROLINA. - IN IHE MA i I'Kl: OF
RICHARD ROPER, HANKUUP1-IN "ANKUUPI
UY.-Ta who:i i( may concern : Tim nnder-ngned
hurt-by giv s notice ot Ins ::ppoinlmenl aa * asi/nee
of RICHARD it' PKR. of ch allerton, in thc- District
of chariest >u ?nd state of South CarHina, within
said Di ttict, who his boon adjudged ? bankrupt
upon hi.s otvu I'Ctitiou, by >hu Distriet Court of raid
Dated thc itli day of February, A.D., 1869.
IM VT. u'HE \ R, Asti ;nce.
1% TUE DISTRICT COURT OF TUE
CN IUD STATES, FOR IHE DIST RICI
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN 'J HE MA I'I BR
OF MICHAEL FLAUM, BANKBUPI .-TN B\NK
KUPI'. Y.-To whom il may euncern: Tho uuner
sigmd hereby gives nones of his apr oi nm nt
as Assigaecof tbe t'sttteof M'CHAEI. rLAU.M, la
thc- DIM li iel of Coll? ton and S lute Ol *vu li Cato
lina, wUhio said District, whohiB buen udj idged a
bankrupt uvuu his own petition, by thu District
Court of said District.
Dated thc 13th day of January. A. D. 1869
i'AMI-1, ii LL G. HENDERSON.
January 25 m3 Assignee.
IN TUE DMTRICi' COURT OP THE
UNIt'ED S i Al ES, FOR fciuUl'H CAROLINA
JANUARY TERM, 1889.-IN THE MA'IT. R Ol' BAR?
NET I UYINGSTON, OF OUANUEBURG, MANK
RUPi-PETiTMN TOR F'M.L AND FIN \L DIS
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY- Ordered. That u hear
iug be hud on the rousTB DAY OF MARCH, 1869 at
Fcde.al C<-urthou>e ia Lharleeton, s. C. ; aud t at all
i'red: ors, kc., ? fsaid Ban .rupt appear at tai J lime
and place, and sbowcinse, if ?ny thc . eau, woy the
prayer of thc petitioner should not bc granted.
And fiat th : sec nd and third meetings of Creditors
of said Baukrupt will bc held at tl e office of J. C.
CARPRNTBK, Epq.. Registrar of tne Second Con
gr-ssional District, S- C., on THIBD DAS OF MAR. u
1809. ut 12 M.
B order of the Cenrt, the 29th day of January,
DJ69. DANIEL H OHL BECK,
i lerk of tbe District Court of the U. .-. lor >. C.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT i>P TH W
UNITEO .-TA1E3, FOR SOU IH CAROLINA
JvNUAR? iERM, 1809-IN THE MAHER OF
W.LLlA I P. LU -SELL, OF CUAKLKMON,
BANKsurr-rETinoN ton FULL A*D FINAL
Dl-CdAtGE IN BaNKUUPlCY.-Ordered. Oti
motion or Simons k si . ous, I hat a icaring
lie had on tho SEVENTEENTH DAY or FEDSOARY, :S09.
at tho Fodurul Courthousii i i Chi ftc-'ton, ti. O.;
an') thai all Creditors, !iC of said Bentrup itppcur
at said tune ?ind ula c, and show cau.-e. ir any I h ey
cao, ?hy thd i r.iV'T of Ute petitioner shoulu uot bj
grautwd. And ihat thc t-evou-? ?md 'hird meciin?s
of creditors ol said Bankrupt will be hold at ibo
ellice of J, UL CARP?NTEt, E.q, Rcgi-lrar ot Sic
out! Oouiiressioual Distriut, S. IX. on Ihc bTXTUENTH
DAT OF t-EBUVABY, 1800, M13 iL
Ev order of thc Coori t!io22d day of J:inujrv,l8^).
Clerk of lbs District Cmet of tbs U. t. lor tv C.
January 23 ' ma
Vt/ A.VI inn, EVi^lCH lkOD\ i o .?Uli.
>V SOB IBE to tho CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIOUTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publica?ons.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COM?
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CHAMBER
J. will take piare THIA DAT, February 8tb, 1869,
at the Hall of tue Old ?tate Bank, corner ot Broad
etrret and East Bay, at On- o'olock P. M.
An Election tor Officers will be entered into at the
above place between the hours ot 1 ?~; and 3 o'clock
P. M., to bc conducted by th: Stewards of the Din?
J he Annual Dinner will lake place on THUBSDAT,
Pebruory 11th, 1869, at the Hibernian Hall, uncer
the management of the following
E. H FROST. I L. D. MOWRY.
LEE HO WAR 0. | C. E. WUNDERLICH.
Members intending to dino will call on the Treasu?
rer for their 1 !c'?e:s, at No. 10 Boyce k Co 's Wh :rl,
erat the Hibernian Ball, on Thursday, at 3 o'clock.
JtW Dinnor will bc sot red at 5 o'clock P. M.
P. J. BAKBUT,
February 8 i S'ecrcary and Treasurer.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY. No. 2.
A Tr^ND TH? BEG ULAR MON CH LY MEET
J\. 1NG of your Company, at your Hall, Weot
worth-strcet, THIS EVENINQ, Stli Instant, at lialf-past
bi ven o'clock precisely.
By order. GEO c OE McLAI ?J
February 8_1_ Secretary.
??OD SAVE IK* LAND?
BROTHERS. FELLOW-COUNTRYMEN AND
FRIENDS OF IRLLAND: In obedience to a
resolution passed at the late Congress of the F. B.,
held in Philadelphia last November, it becomes my
duty to appeal to you to as-cmble at the Hibernian
Hall, THIS (Monday) EVENTKO, at fcaif-past Seven
o'clock, in order that wo may all conttibut?, accord?
ing to our menus, to equip the noble army now or?
ganizing under tho true and tried O'Neil, to striko a
decisivo blow forlrelard's freedom, lt is now no?
torious that all the concession* latoiy granted to Ire?
land are duo alone to Fenianism. In God's name
let us unite ana press on to the coal of our ambition
-Ireland a Nation. 1 he Irishman wbo s tac di aloof
in this hour of our country'* trial must corn the con?
tempt of all honest and patriotic men.
Februarys 1* JAMES POWER.
TO KENT, PART OFTHAT DESI KA?
BLE Residence, No. 43 HaraUstraet INQUIRE
uN THE PREMISES. mwi3* FcLruary 8
TO KENT, HOUSE No. 43 Tit A DD?
STRI KT - That tbroe-story Prick RESIDENCE
on the south eldo if Iradd-strcet, between Meeting
and Church streets, eontainii g fovon rooms a'id
drcssiug rooms, cistern, and all necessary ou. build?
ings, i or terms, apply to
9 HOLMES k MACBEin,
February 4 wm2 No. 36 Oruad-itrect.
BOOMS TO KENT TO A VA MI LY
without children. Applv to G. GR\F, north?
east corner of Wentworth and Pitt streets,
r cbruary 6
mo KENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD OKOEK.
1 Apply at THIS OFFICE. Cctober 24
STEAM ENDI VE WIT? PATENT G?V
l.RNOR and waler alarm, for ealo cheap. No
273 EAST. LAY, west side, between lu A. IL andi
P. iL_2' February 8
HORSES AND Ml LES POU S ILK AT
thc subscriber'i- .-table, QUELN-S1 MEET, bc
tween Fi lend and Mnzyck. p. WE.-T.
February 8 1
Qt TEAM ENGINES KOK ?AUB CHEAP,
IO V applied mr immedialoly
ll) Oue 12 lioinc Portable ENGINE
(li One 4-torse Portable Engine.
(ll One S-horse-power LNUINE. in good condition.
CAMERON, lURKl.h? k i O.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cuniberlaud-street*.
THE U% DE IC SIGNED ll AVE FIIKMKU
a l'opartncrshi i f ir Hie practice of LAW and
EQUITY lu thc -.ounty ef Marlon, foulh Onro?ua.
A. J. SHAW.
Lt EMBY Mc VER. Chora?. 8. C.
A. J. .'UAW, Mar en C. H. uiwi3 FebruiryS
LAW NOTICE .-Mc 111 I LL, A rv KINO,
faq., is thiel day admitted a parn.ir in our
CAMPBELL & SEABROOK, Lawyers,
No. 50 Broad-rUrcei.
JAME* R. CAMPRFLL.
MCMILLAN KING. January 1
YOUR LIFE AI D PROPERTY.
THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE IN?
OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
ASSETS and Surplus over.S~l,000,OuO
DIVIDENDS have averaged over 50 per cent, an?
RESPONSIBILITY.-For every ?1C0 cf Li ibllitics, it
ha? S134 of Assets.
PREMIUMS.-Notes takea for 50 per rent, of same.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIKE INSUR?
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
PREMIUMS.-Notes taken fur 40 per cen', of same.
DIVIDENDS paid annually on the Contribution plan.
THE -ETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM?
THE llAKTKOltD KIKE INSURANCE
THE NORTH AMERICAN KIRK INSUR?
THU: . OXNECTIlUT KIKE INSURANCE
TH I'. IRVING FIRE INSURANCE COM?
NEW YU UK.
Mr. W. C. COURTNEY, of tho firm of W. O.
COURTNEY k CO . No 9 Ueyce k C*.'s Wharf, will,
iii conn ction wi.h this Agency, take risks on COT?
TON. RICE AND PRODUCt gcnorally.
.A. H. HAYDEN,
No. 272 KING-.NTKKET.
January 29 _fmwiuno
Q R A K ISMEN'?
I.ile Assurance Company
OF NEW TOBK
Office i Park Bank liulldl-?g, Nos. 214
and 216 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, Pre-ident.
WILLIAM T. PHIPrV, Vioe-President.
HENRY BLLDEN, secretary.
J. T. iiUMPHREYS,
Agent for State or South Carolina,
Omeo No. 27 Brood-street.
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner.
j(3- -UI--AG-NTS wanted throughout tbs State.
Apply hy letter to J. T. U?MTHUEYL Ganeral
Agent. m December 7
(?AITKI'S AiNI> BALDIO ?'ALS,
JUST RECEIVED BY STEAMER
Ii i CASES FINF LADIKV CLO ( FT EI.ASTI !
* ' GAIlEl'.s which WO will sell from $115 to
il 10 best, worth S3 ,".,""
?\lso. a nxe lut of ? ad?es Moroco BALuOKALS
fromSl un. Au assortment o- Miesea and ?o\'*
SUCKS, which wo caa H)JI as thc same prupor?on,
namely, murr CHEAP.
Entra?e-, as more convenient, ojrner King and
Calhoun, or in Calhoun-street.
JanutrylS mwilO IUECHGOTT BROS.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
STOCK F O It SAJLK.
JAMES M. RHACKELFORD.
Brokor, No. 14 Broad-street.
UNFUNDAPLE COUPONS AND INTEREST OF
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, for which
the highest market price will be paid, or State Booda
or t tock exchanged for same at par.
CITY T COLUMBIA BONDS and past due COU?
Ce: lineados of Indebtedness South Carolina Railroad.
Anply to HUG EH k KAVKNEL,
Brokers, corner East Bay and Exchange streets.
BANK BILLS ! BANK BILLS *
BANK HLLS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND
highest price paid, by
February 2 Broker, No. 8 Broad-street.
rjUlE OLD G i.om; nor KI..
No. 35 Q?^EN-STREET (south sido).
THIS HOTEL WILL BE OPENED IHI8 DAT,
at Ten o'clock A. M., when a LUNCH will be apr?ad,
sod I will bc pleased to see my friends.
49-Remember Ten o'clock A. M.. at the Old Globo
Hotel ; JOSEPH MYEE.
February 8 I*
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN
FORMS las Menes and tho pur>?c generally that be
has taken charge of this well-known and poDular
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, and hopea by strict attention
to merit a full sb are of the public patrouage.
1 ho celebrated Artesian Water Baths, hot, cold and
shower, can be had at all hours.
hearnes with attentive porters are always in readi?
ness to convey passengers to and from the different
railroads and steamers. E. H. J ACKSON,
January 15 Imo
(groceries nub Mm?mons.
SALT. BAGGING, &c.
?T AA SACK- LIVERPOOL SALT
t)\J\J '5 bales Dund.o Bagging
20 bales emu cy Clo tu
10 bhds. Baoon sides and Shouldor?
50 bblt>. Crushed and Coffee sugars
5? bbls. S. H. Mohs.rf.-H
IOU boxes Soap, various brands
Tobacco, Candles. Flour, Hire, kc.
For sale by RAVENEL k HOLMES,
No. 177 East Bay,
January ll Imo Opposite Accommodation Wharf.
SALT BACON, FLOUR, POTA
1 AAA SACKS PRIME LIVERPOOL SALT
J.\J\J \J 40 bhds. choice Sides and shoulders,
50 tes. Diamond and Peedee Hams
20 tes. un overed seer nd quality Hams
2U8 bbl?. Western Flour. Nas mlle Mills
500 bb's. Etting and Seed Potatoes.
In aloro un.) tor sale by
Fobruar/6 3 BERNARD O'NEILL.
I AKA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, DAILY
A* 'O \J ex' coted by .-tenner Golden Horn, and
lor sale by HENEY CO LU Je CO.
WHARTON' t; MOE FE IT,
NEW Y OK H.
MCFFETT & WHARTON.
NO. 22 EAST BAY Si BEET.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAM
ER. APPLES and POI A I (?E.;. awl offer for
sile Ibo lollowing vatieiic- of Eating and Soea
Goodrirh Needling-PINK EYE
Early Harrison-ll ere jr
Jacks n Whites-Dvkeman's
Wcslern Red-Duck Eye
Chill i'd-Davis .-?crdliug
Peach U;ow-Early Rose
Parties ordering for see j should do so at euco, be?
fore thc rivers and canals are Uozeu up.
No. 115 Wo,t-arreel, New York.
J\Mi > G. M Ol-Ff. IT,
No. 22 East Bay ,-treot. Charleston.
December 30 3mo
PLAN IT S G POT AT<? KS.
I / ?Al ? BARRELS CHOICE PIN K EY I PLA NT
LUU*J INO P?TA'iOB-?.
For FOIO by GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
j January 29 DAO 12
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
A lt Kl VI-..
FIVE HUNDRED DARRELS.
OA A RBI-S. WESTERN RED POTATOES
JUl / 100 bbls. Chili Red Potatoes
IO'J bbls. Garnet: Bou Potatoes
100 bbls. Piak Lyu Potatoes.
On boar.1 the schooners A. E. Glover and Jonas
s mitti. For sale by
JOUN F. O'NEILL k SON,
Decembor 29 No. 1?7 Eait Bay.
H . SASS.
ATTORNEY AT LA \Y,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
S3- Ollice No. 98 BROAD-STREET, north aide
between Kine and Mcetln?. May ?
J DRAYTON F O lt D ,
"BROKER, No. ?O BROAD-STREET,
BUY* AND SELLS RI!AT, ESTAT? AND PUB?
LIC AND PRIVATE BoNDS, Stocks and Securi?
ties, of all kinds. Al*o, ncgaUatea Loaos ou Real
Estate and Stock Collaterals.
January 2 mo Imo
/JEU. D . CONNOR,
No. ll Ki'oad-strcot,
WILL Bur AND SELL ON COMII?SION
BEAL ESTATE, BONDS,
STOCKS, COUPONS, GOLD, SILVER
February 1 Imo
Q KO. Ii . H O i? t? O C K.,
O O M MISSION MERCHANT,
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEN H ASK LL. ?mos Septeto ber 21
yytLLIM .v CRISOLA.
FAUl'OhS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WTU. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANT
SH IP ii EM it? Voreigu <inu Domestic Ports) oi
COl'XON, RICE, LOM BER AND NAVAL STORES
ATL&NTIO WHARF. Charleston, S. O.
K.WILI.IS.a- R- CHISOLM.
M. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY. DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PIASTER
ING LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLA.SsE>s SHINGLES;
also liROOVE AND lONGUK "BOARDS, tc, con?
stantly on hand the lowest market ?ricos.
j <r. HOnPbHKVK,
UROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SION MEUCHA HT.
SAXE* OP REAL ESTAIS. STO'JKS. BOAT'S, SE
OURIlTB? AND P R-ONAL I'UUPaHTY
All E.S DBI) IO.
NO. 37 BRO AD-ST IC EKT,
OHACLE'-TuN, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUI vi, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. H. WAKING. Esq.
?rorcrics ?\? ?iisitUmou.
S tU) D ( DKKS, ?tc.
OA BHDS. 6TBIOTLY PRIME WESTERN C.B.
JU RIDES AND SHO?LDEBS
10 bi d.s. bright Shopldt-rs.
Landing and for sale bv
Febmary 8 2 LA?REY k ALEXANDER.
PICKLES, KETCHUP. &c
EXTR1 LARGE PICKLES, TH BARBELS
Mushroom, Walnut, and I oma to Ketchup
Devilled Ham, in 1 lb. cans
Desiccated Codfish, in 1 lb. boxes
A supply of Relier's celebrated assorted pactago
Candies. Jest received at the
CO-OPERATIVE GEOCEBY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Mar..et streets.
Goods delivered tree _January 30
BY EVERY ??TEAMER.
WM. S. CORWIN tl CO. RECEIVE A FRESH
s?i p pl y ef CRACKERS and Bl?cUTTS, Ocshon
Butter, Flour, ?c.
PINEAPPLE?, QUINCE/, STRAWBERRIES,
Cherries, Apple Batter, Tamal oes, Oreen Corn,
Oreen Peas, Succotash, String Beans, Asparagus.
Mushrooms, T ruffle?, in two and three po un J cash,
at WM. 8. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
LOB STER. MACKEREL, LITTLE NECK CLAMS,
in one, two and threa pound cans
Devilled Entremets-Ham, Turkey and Lobster, for
Pattes of Wild Game, Sardines, B> cf a la Mode, Tur?
key, Chicken, Sausage Meat, in cacs, of good
quality, at WM. S. COLWIN k CO.,
. _No. 275 King-street.
CJPIOES, SWEET HERB-, RAISINS, CITRON,
jo Currants, Prunes. Dried apples, BruneUes,
?figs in boxes and drums, at 25, 6Cc and $1 pecans,
Wael and Hickory Nats, Soft snell Almonds, con?
stantly on baud, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 276 King-street. .
COCOA, BREAKFAST COCOA. BROM*, HOMO
PATHIC Cocoa, a fresh supply at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street.
CHOICE FULTON MARKET
FAMILY PIG PORK, MESS BEEF AND MESS
PORK, Codfish, Yarmouth Bloaters, Dutch
Herring, sardelles. Mackerel, Pickled an! Smoked
fra'mon, Halibut Fins, Sounds and Tongues, receiv?
ed every week, at WM. S. aOBWlN k CO.,
VE CLI' QUOT, PON ?ARDIN. MOCK & CHAN
DON'd Imperial, Mumra's Pi i va te Stock, Cabi
notVerzenay.Dry SlUery and Verz.-nay, warranted
genuine, and for sale by
WM. S. CORWIN k CO..
No 275 King-street
SATIN GLOSS, PEARL AND
FIG, BUTTON AND LIQUID BLUEING, SOAPS,
Candles, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO..
_No. 276 King-Btrect
DAY1V DIAMOND AND MAG?
CHOICE BREAKFAST STRIPS, SMOKED AND
PICKLED TONGUES. Concentrated Beef and
Pork, German ban-age, at
WM. S. COtWiN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street,
RED AND BLACK CURRANT.
CRAB APPLE, QUINCE, BLACKBERRY AND
Calves* Feet Joli?-, Guava Jelly, Preserved
Chow Chow. Peaches, Quinces. Limos, Raspberries,
ut gass. Brandy Peaches, Gages, Apricots, Pto
Fruits, for sale at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street.
CBOW CHOW. ONIONS, CAULIFLOWER. WAL?
NUTS; Mushroom. Walnut and Tomato Cat
supe; Worccstershxo. John Bull, Tndia s<:y, Paoli,
Reading sauces; ? sseccc ot Shitmps : nd Anchovies,
Anchovy Paste, Curry Powder, Salad Dressing, at
WM. S. 0ORWIN k CO..
No. 276 King-street
BORER'S. HOSTETfERV, RUSS' ST. DOMIN?
GO. Stoughton BU Ti-RS
Drake's Placation Bitters, fl per bottle, SH per
eas-, at_WM. S. C RW1N k CO.
AN I SET Tl, MARIS? HIND,
CURACOA, KHUMMELL. Ab^INTHE. CHAR?
TREUSE, Creue de Men!bee, Rose. Canelle,
Hoyan. Parfait Amour, Huile oe Vanille
For sale by WM. e. CORWIN k CO ,
_r-o 275 King-street.
V!RGIN OIL OFAIX,
LUCCA OIL, CAPER?, SPANISH AND FRENCH
Olives, olive's Fari-ie'. ?nchovies.
Congress, Kissingi-n and Vichy Wa'ers, at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 Klng-sL-eet.
HEG KER'S FARINA.
PATENT AND PEARL BARLEY, SAGO, TA
PIO?A, Maizena. Corn s tureb. Arrow Root,
Comstock's Rational Food, milan Maccaronl and
Vermicelli. Cox's sp>? kling and Cooper's Gola ti re.
Frenen, American and Russian Isinglass, will be
found at WM. S. CO h WIN k CO.,
_Ne. 375 King-street
PREMIUM FAMILY FLOUR,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, BECKER'S ?ELF-RAl?
ING Wurat and buckwheat h lour. Rice Flour,
Proston k Merrill's ind Pioneer Yeast Powder, Wor
cestei Hop Yeast Oakes, Cream Iartar, soda. All of
the best quality, at WM. S. C0?WIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-street
ENGLISH DAIRY, PINEAPPLE. ETD AM, SAP
SAGO, YOUNG AMERICA JUEESES, at
WM. S. CORWIN & CO,
_No. 275 Klng-f treet
FRENCH, AMERICAN AND
PRIME GOSHF.N BUTTER, OF THE BEST
quality, received every week; Cooking Butter,
Prime Leal Lard, ia 3,6, lu and 21 lb packages, and
in auy quantity to suit parchas -rs at
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
_? No. 275 King-street
ODARD'S I'OUl'KY, JOHNSTON'S MEDO0,
VT ht. Loubos, Drauiierburg Freres, Sf. Julien
Mvdor, Chati aux Hirgatx, chateau Y>nem, Hock
beimer. Lanbeth.imcr, Haut s uterne, chambcrliu,
Nu'ts. i los de Vougeot, of direct importation.
For sale by WM. a. COR WIN k CO..
No. 27J Kinc-street
OLD GOVERNMENT J A YA,
GFNUINE MOCHA. LAGUAYRA. PRIME BIO
Ot ?Fi EE*. Constantly on ha. d, Parched and
bioun-a Java coffee, warrau cd pore, l'y
WAI. >. COR? IN k CO.,
No. 276 King-street.
LONDON PoRTEi, "
JEFFREYS', BASS', ALLsOP'S, MUIR k SONS
and leunent's ALEN Imported recently and
direct by '
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-su-eet.
A Miprly of PHIl ATELPHIA PORTER, in pints*
MDGAR HuUSE AND GOLDEN
ATEW OhLEANS AND MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
JN at WM S. ('ul; WIN k CO.,
No. 373 King-ttreet
LUBIN\> FL A Yt) RING
LIQUID BEN31 ET T, ORANGE FLOWER WA
1ER, Roso Water, CHcry nnd Caraway Seed,
Mock 'i urtle. Ox Tah a'id > ornato Soup, Borden's
Concentrated ixtrsct ol B et, Jourtelol's Essence
vf Beet, fir soups au J in va.ids. Fo sale at
WM. s. COLWIN k CO.,
No. 27A Kiug-street.
Cigars, Csb?rro, &c.
Imported under the Reduced Tariff,
AURGE LOT OF THE ABOVE OF MY OWN
imp irtation. just received and for sale at my
Store, Meetinp-fltreet opposlio Mi ls house.
CAUTION-buy Havana Cigars where the unopened
boxes teir a stamp with the word "IMPORTED"
printed therein. F. E. SCHRODER,
ESALAS, AGENT FOR TAB CHARLESTON
a Hranch ol the Havana segar Factory, "La
Valentina " would rcspec fullv invite the attention
Di dealers and smokers to bis very large stock ojf
HAVANA AND DOMES I IC >EGA RS, ot .-ll grad?s
and -izes. excelled bv frw in this country, and war?
ranted to be as represented.
samp'c boxes sent to the country snd orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or 30 days' city accep?
?o. IIS KAST B?Y-STK.EET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
August 24 rawfGmo