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NEWS S JJ M IM A It T.
-Gold closed in Now York depressed, at Slf.
_Cotton in New York closed easier. Sales
1200 bales at 28|o.
?_Cotton in Liverpool closed Armer but not
higher. Uplands 12d; Orleans 124al2Jd.
-All show-cases and protruding signs on
Broadway, New York, are to bo removed.
-The heirs of Noah Webster are said to re?
ceive $25,000 annually from the sale of his dio
-The Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, con?
tains a bride who shines rn $150,000 worth of
'_-Bot two of the seven members of Grant's
original Cabinet have ever been in Congress,
viz:Messrs. Creswell and Washburne.
-Au eatato of $3300 was lately settled in Os
wego County, New York, m which the lawyers
roceived $2900, and the heirs-at-law the rest
about $30 apiece.
-The "Prohibitionomctor" is an instrnment
invented in Boston, by which a "moderate
drinker" can tell when he ceases to be sober
and is getting drunk.
-A daughter of Captain Wirz, tho Anderson
Tille jailer, is a governess io an English noble?
man's family. She is reported to be an ac?
complished and reline 1 lady.
-The leading veloc?pedo manufacturers of
New York and New England have mado agree?
ments with the Hanlon Brothers to pay them
$5 royalty on each machine for the use of their
' -By a recent experiment- instituted between
Boston and San Francisco, it has beon iouod
that electricity tra vols at tho rate of six thous?
and miles in something less tu in 6ixty seconds
-Auerbach, Speilbagon, Clara Mundt, and
Hans Wdohenbusen are the leading narnia on
the petition addressed by German authors to
General Grant tu recommend to the next Con?
gress the adoption of an international copy?
-The Ame ?can Shipmasters' Association
in New York bas L. ra ti lcd a ce t tillea to to Cap?
tain George lirooks, a colored man. Ho bas
recently successfully navigated a vessel to tho
coast of Africa and back, and is said to bave
been the first colored mao who has received
the certificate of the association.
-The question of admittiug negroes to full
fellowship in the Sunday School Union is now
'being agitated m Washington. The matter
was broached al a meeting of tho. Union Mon?
day night, and after a somewhat bitter disons
; sion it was postponed until a futuro meeting.
It is feared that the result will be the breaking
np of one of tho best Sundav Sohool organiza?
tions in tho conn tr v. One Sunday sohool bas
already withdrawn from the Union, and others
- threaten tb follow.
-It is asserted by the New York journals
that if the increase of lents in that city con?
tinues, New York will, in a short time, become
. ft residence for two classes at th J extremes of
"the social scale-tbe very poor huddled in
'tenements, and tbe very rich living iu luxuri?
ous splendor. It is stated that an immeuso
.number of persons aro driven out of the city
every first of May by high rents, and that a
further rise tb'ie year will compel between fifty
and one hundred thousand more to seek cheap?
er houses in the neighboring towns. These
emigrants are taken from tbe very best classes,
that is from perBons of industrious business
habits, but possessed of limited incomes.
-The New York Sun says : "For some time
past it has been known by a few that Mr. A. T.
Stewart has meditated a charitable enterprise
on a colossal scale, lt ia intimated that it will
-eclipse in magnitude all other instances of pri?
vate munificence, and w?l operate in ad.reo
tion where, more than m any other in this city,
a helping band is needed. Mr. S.ewart pro?
poses, In a woid, to erect bornes for the work?
ingmen and women of New York, and already
ground has been broken for the foundation of
one of these institutions. It is to be erected
on Fourth avenue, between Thirty-second and
Thirty-third streets. This spot has been clear?
ed of ?ll old bui'dings, and for a wook past
t men have been at work digging out old stones
and collars, preparatory to tho wotkfor the new
structure. The around on which it is to stand
is tho large vacant square opposito tho
New Haven tunnel. It contains twenty-two
lots, for which Mr. Stewart paul about $10 OOM
apiece two years ago, and extends the whole
distance between Thirty-second and Thirty
third-streets, 193 feet, running bao'.t 205 fool.
On this square a magnificent building is to bc
raised, iron, tire-proof, sevou stories high, and
architectuially finer than any other structure
in the city. Ibis will be the working women's
hotel. Hore sewit.g girls, feminine clerks,
hard-workii g notuen of every trade, are to bo
provided with board ai d room for the smallest
possiblo sum. and ?be house ia to bc managed
in thc best manner. Tho ground floor may bo
let out tor store tho proceeds io bc applied
to tho building of other similar Institution*.
Thc eutirc cost of thc hotel will bo about $2,
000 OOO. The cditico will nut be ';otnp'etcd in
k88 than two year.-*, lt ii uti icrslood that Mr.
Stewart also poposos to pu: up, in time, a
workiugmcn's hotel on the same p'au."
-Tho principal importera oi millinery goods
had their regular spring opening in New York
a few days sino, and as thc inevitable Jenkins
was on band, wc are enabled to inform our fair
readers that tho bonnet* a'o to bo vory small,
without crowns, and sonio styles are high iu
front. In fact, tho Milo is only a now and re?
vised edition of tho pretty i-'aucuoa. L'onnets
are to bo olaboratoiy trininieJ, to correspond
..with the present etv'o of costume, trimmed
with laces atd flowers ; r.bbon is sparingly
usod. Il )ses in all colors and sliadco, from
the richest totl.3 mott delicate Unis, mil bo
moro iu vogue tbau any oilier flowers. Somo of
the roses arc very large, on? covering the eu
tire top of tho bonuuf, from w' :ch falls a vine of
half opened n.vcs ?.nd i i with green leaves,
not at the sido, ?ts 'asi season, but straight
down. Laco ia also mach used m sashes or veils,
falling at tho back. Thc new color ia flowers
which will bo most worn for tba present is
"capucino," a daik. warm :olor, with beauti?
ful tints. Green grnr-cs will be much in
voguo, and occasionally antamu-iinted grasses
aro som upon a lac:' bonne! or fancy straw. A
now stylo of fancy straw is clo,o in front with?
out face trimming. With this tho hair should
be in waved rolls. Laco veils, joined with
satin bowB, fall bom tho back, and over these
aro trailing clematis, and on tbe rep a lu
dower with crystallized greon leaves. A co
coloied crape bas the .-ashes of crape at I
back, edged with w de black lace, and the i
tire bonnet covered with a profusion of dowe
A white tulle made over a transparent fra
is a nove.ty. There ?B a diadem of straw, w
green grass across th' .lront, aud falling
each side, trailing along the kee which for
tho circlet in iront. A white fancy str
trimmed with purple satin ia very pr?t
Another novelty ia a bonnet made of sa
folds, on wire ruuning two or tbreo tin
across the front, thoa falling in horizon
loops at the back. A small roso in front
voi y lai ge one ou the lop, and a trailing vi
at tho back, ccmiletes the trimming. Wi
and long white r.bbon strings-not lo bctiet
aro clasped below tho throat by a green veb
' SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1869
Tbe Great Hnilrond Case.
We print, this morning,-the decision
Judge Platt upon the motion of the Sou
Carolina Railroad Company to set aside tl
verdict, the assessment, and the whole pr
ceedings of the jury which determined tl
compensation to be paid by the Columb
and Augusta R-rUroad Comps ny for a wt
over the lands and rights of way of tl
South Carolina Railroad Company fro
Gran?eville to Augusta. Judge Platt di
misses the motion.
There may be some good technical reasoi
that we know not of, why Judge Pla
should have decided as he has done. Bu
to the unprofessional mind, it must see:
strange, that Judge Platt should doul
whether he could set aside proceeding
whioh he admits were irregular and illega
and yet allows it to be inferred that h
would set them aside if the South Carolin
Railroad Company would pledge itself nc
to apply for an injunction against the Col
umbia and Augusta Railroad Company.
PHO.TTXIANA. OR SKETCHES AND BURLESQUES
By John Plicou x. Now York : D. Applotoi
&Co. Charleston : John Russell, trice 5'
These sketohes have gone through twelvi
editions since they were first publisher
nearly twenty years ago, and the names ol
John Phoenix and the San Diego Herald
are familiar in every corner of the land.
There is a joyous, rollicking humor in
Phceoixiana which is ?'ficrent from thc fun
of misspelt words und to-lured grammar.
Toe rising generation should read "John
"PbccLix," and the oldster? even can afford
to laugh with him once more.
Lian s OF A SENTIMENTAL IDLER, from Greece,
Turkey, Eaypt, Nubia aud tho Holy Land.
By Harry Harewood Leech. With a Portrait
a d Eugraviogs. New York : D. Appleton
& Co. 1809. Charleston : John Ru.*sell.
The "Sentimental Idler" is sometning of
a dilettante, and g >saip9 his way through
the Eist, describing, suggesting, dream?
ing and adm ring, always alive to the
hearties of nature and art, and always
gracefully tender in his appreciation of the
poetry of life. There is no dullness in the
book and no villanous smartness. There
is no straining after effect, and yet it ia
winningly interesting, from the first page to
the last. We know of no book which gives
a more vivid picture of the oriental man?
ners and customs; nor Ijave we met with a
work which bringa more nearly home to
the reader the palaces and the temples, the
splendor and the squalor, the romance and
the wretchedness of the E ist.
HER MAJESTY'S T' WEB. By William Hepworth
Dixon. New York : Harper ti Bros. Charles?
ton : Holmes.
The history of the famous Tower of Lon?
don epitomizes that of the English court
and people. It is at once a palace and a
fortress, a chapel and a prison and a sepul?
chre. Its vaults have prolonged the coho
of the gayest revela and the Baddest lamen?
tations. Upon its gray walls many of the
noblest names of England have been traced
with trembling hands. Its worn pavements
and its plots of turf have been stained and
soaked with the tears of the gentle and the
blood of the brave. . Mr. Dixon's book
needs no higher commendation than the
statement that it ia worthy of ita romantic
theme. Ita facts havo been carefully and
laboriously gathered from state papers, as
well SB from printed books. It overflows
with anecdotes and historic sketches, which
receive the coloring of the author's vivid
enthusiasm and richly decorated style.
TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE IN THE TEBRXTO-X OF
ALASKA AND omi,", PARTS OF TUE NOUTH PA?
CIFIC. By Frederick Whymper. Now York:
Hirper & Brothers. Cu rleaton: Holmes'
Ii is pleasant to know that we oan obtain
recent and authentic information about
Alaska without beiug obliged to wade
through, thc Seibonian bog of Mr. Sumner's
oration. The refuse matter which Mr.
Whymper has n jtfcted from his entertaining
narrativo would have been spun out iuto a
congressional folio by the distinguished
senatorial verbosity from Massachusetts.
A - it-ka is of interest to everybody, because
it is the last republican investment; it is of
special interest to the ethnologist who finds
I here the uumisUtk ible traues of the Asiat?
ic migration wbiota originally peopled our.
coutineut. Tuc author gives au interesting
description of the people and the couuiry,
together wit? u mao and numerous illustra?
tions Tuc readera attention is fixed by the
wild novelty of tho subject, the variety ol
udveuiure experienced by >be uuthur, es?
pecially during bia explorations tn the
great River Yukon, and also the freshness
and piquancy of the e'yle. The volume also
records the observations in British Col
u-ibia, CulifnrnU and the eastern coasts
of Siberia ?iud Ktmchu'kii.
REINOLD'S >"EW FICTORXAX, READER, for Schools
and r'timilies. Columbia, S. C.: Duffie &
Chap?n iu. Cuailesion: Holmes' Bouk House.
We have received number's one and two
Of this'excellent and handsome series. The
exercises are graduated, so that the little
pupil is conducted comfortaoiy from the
first letters of the alphabet to tho hight-et
grades of spelling and routing. Thc volumes
arc beautifully printed and richly illus?
trated; indeed, there uro no better books of
the sort. Dr. Reynolds has found time,
amid the Fchtdisiic duties which attach him
to the Suite University, to render a real
service to the prim iry schools of the South,
and we havo no doubt that these pretty
i volumes will have a wide circulation.
THE WESTMINSTEB REVIEW. .
The January number (Leonard ^cott Pnh
li6hing Company) ha? an attractive table
of contents. The principle articles are
The Struggle for Empire with the Mahral
tae, Richardson's Clarissa, Our Crimine
Procedure, Mr. Bright's ?Speeches, Art
and Morality, and Mr. Darwin's Theories.
These magazines and reviews are for sale
by Russel), King-btreet.
The January number of "Old Ebony'
contains the continuation of Doubles and
Quits, a light but readable story, which
followed by an excellent article on Army
Organization, in whioh the consoling state?
ment is made that General Grant based his
plan of battle on "the numerical superi?
ority but inferior fighting powers of his
"great army." Next comes "In Life and
"in Death," something of the deliciously
horrible kind. Cornelius O'Dowd sends his
usual budget of rambling jest and earnest
humor and sense. Next is an able article
upon "The Chinese Mission to Christen?
dom," followed by "The Pulpit of the
"Olden Time" and "Vapors, Fears and
"Tremors," a paper for the benefit of wo?
men. The political article is "Mr. Glad?
stone and Disestablishment," in which it
is argued that while the Church of England
lasts in England there eau be no true dis?
establishment in Ireland.
The March number of this popular mag?
azine is a good one. Mr. Reade's new novel
is begun. The opening chapters are spir?
ited, and, wonderful tp say, free from exag?
geration of manner. "Put Yourself in
"his Place" promises to be a success. Eu?
gene Benson gives a sketch of George Wil?
liam Cortie, Richard Grant White cudgels
"Is Being Done," and Mrs. Edwards con?
tributes three more chapters of "Susan
"Fielding." Mrs. Julia Ward Howe dis?
cusses the claims of women to the right of
suffrage, and Mr. Justice McCarthy sends
a fine paper on the "English Positivists."
There is also an article called "Will Murder
"Out ?" which answers itself in the nega?
tive; a capital sketch of the oareer of Gou?
nod, thc author of Faust, and a number of
miscellaneous articles. A sixteen page
supplement contains a large instalment of |
"Cipher," which is to be concluded next
month. The tale is vividly interesting and
the denouement will be startling.
Wu SEE that r. resolution has been adopted
in the House of Representatives for the ap?
pointment of a committee "to investigate
.he charges mado against Governor Scott
'or giving his testimony in the contested
election caso of J. P. Reed and L. S.
[loge." No whitewashing !
THB L?GISLATURE of the State has ratified
he Fifteenth amendment to the Consum?
ion of the United States. No ono is sur?
AT P RI V A T K SALE,THAT FIMO
l\_ STAND v.i'h fixtures for a Grocery, corner
Jaihoun and East Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
?BEMI-ES._tout ii_January 21
STEAM F.XGIXES KOR SALE CHEAP,
if applied tor immediately
Ill One ia horse Portable ENGINE
(ll One 4-IIOTSS Portable Engine.
[1) One 8-horse-power ENGINE, In (rood condition.
L'AMEHON, BARKLEY k co.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
anyouintJty. Price 75 coats per hundred,
the cheapest wrapping paper that can be used. Ap
ny at we office of THEN r.WS. Marchi
foal ano /anno.
JlTRAYKD, PROM No. 37 HAY*E
.sTREET. Ja-t Monday. Stu ins> , a White and
L iver colorod POIN i EB COG, answering to the
ii-mo of .?HERO." Has au oval liver colored spot
ID the centre of the torehoad; both nido* of the
icad aud ono ear liver colored, tho cher white, and
iver-colored spot above tho root of tho tail. Any
>er*on returning some to above p'ace, will be ?ult
ibly rewarded, if required. 2 M ireh 13 j
LOST P?<OM A WAGON, AT TU? tTWtfi
NEU of liait Bay and Hroad streets, on tho
nornin? of 12th instant, a yearling DEEH. Any
jersoo having the rame will pleaie leave informa
ion at the M A IN GUARDHOUSE.
Maroh 13 _r?_
rtTK A?"ED PHOM THU COR!* KR OP
O Cha el and Alexander-streets, a Tallow and
White Setter DOG, with a steel chain collar oo. en?
graved with the ?arno ot A VAN DERUOKSI,
;bapel-atriot. A reward will he. paid for his re?
covery. 2* March 12
BOARD.-A PEW SINGLE GENTLE
Mt N can oDtiin BOARD in a private family
.n vory moderate terms. Location central. Address
"G," &>y Lox No. 57. 2* March li
Jli?saiuti?u of Copartnership.
MK- HERMAN O. Ml* 1KB HAS THIS
D?.Y purchased from mn tho "?!fl?BLES
ION ER ZE1I UNG," and all .natter l crin HID? to it,
nud there ore luv connection ?lib tho saxe und my
rcspouw bili i v lor iho Nunc cetus*.
I would be p.-ak for Mr MLIEK tho support of
the ZhI i UNG ar a median foi thc elevation of tho
Germant elf meut ol tn: cuumrv.
! iiarlcston. Mirch 10, 1HC9
TUE "ZeiTOVG" WILL BS ISSL'ED THREE
time* a w i l: after tho llrst ol' Aptil next, on
SUNDAY*. TCEODAYS and 'IUOHSDATR
MaicU12 2 il itMAKD MEfEh
DISSOLUTION F COP 1KTNKUSHIP.
Th': co-;rirtnershiph.!ret nore e i-tinj; nul r
UJ-.UC ami a >le of UEO .G W. Si E.' FESS k CU.
has bcou il.? Ol ved b? mutua1 coiiMUtt.
?ll pc:s ??B ?.iviui/c'aiui-will purent the 'oruo,
and lu? o iu,ic'ted will uiakH paymMt <o either ut
the undcrjiuuod wi tum ono mouth f mu dale.
G W. S E-'K INS.
February 2G, 1SC9. E. C. BOu.-EK.
THE UNDEB-IGNED WILL CONITNUB THE
WHOLESALE AUG I ION AND COM AU'MON UV
>IN1X>, at No HO Vc-u-.luo i-aug-, ou his own ac?
count. G. W. STEEPENS.
THB UNU-u-IGNED WILL CONTINUE TH?
WllOI B-ALEG"0 ERY ANO lt: ?AI?.' UOINIft
at N?>. :JOG King.sircut, comer of Gooroo-streut, on
his own accuut. F. C lljlt..El:.
IN WfTriDRAWING E.?OM THE MUM OF G.
W ?? ? UK KEN.- ft CO. lUte this inca s to ret nu
nr. ilia Ls t > lb? publ'o for ibo iibor.il |?lronaiie he?
nlow??! uj'O'. tho ?i e timi ami would >u-peeUuOy
a.-i: a couiiuiiance ol tho ?n mc to nu -ucc^fBor.
February V.7 ni G. W. M i Fe KN5,
?Xl?E?MUli CU i TON NE KD.
THE GENUINE ' XCEL^IOR -KA I?L\ND SEED,
thc Cotton ot whioh s iii! ni ihm market at One
Dollar ai d i o ty Cc'iis per pound |ol 4e), loi salo in
lots io snit purcha ci?, by WM. UUItXcY,
March 1 Imo No. HU C?& Hay.
y y iLLis ? cn t su E.M.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PURCHASE, SALE ANC
SHIPMENT (to Foroign and Domenic Torts) ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, & 0.
E. W1XI IS.A. R. CHISOLM.
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE MIW?
UL* aged WOMAN, white or" colored, to
cook and wach ; for euch liberal wages will bp paid.
Apply to JOHN KEN NEBI Y's KA RM, abo? o tho
omba km?nt._ l* March 13
EMPLOYMENT.-TEA' DULL A KS A
day and constant employment Guaranteed' to
every mau and woman in w*nt of work, in a hcht,
honorablo and profitable business. Gr?at induce?
ments ofTored. Descilptive circular? freo Achires*
JAMES C. K*ND & CO.,
March 13_stool_Biddeford. Mo.
A NT ED, A PASTRY CUUR. APPl Y
at PAVILION HOTEL. 3 Maren 12
WT AM ED, A GIRL, FDR A CHILD'S
Nursf, and one who will make herself gene?
rally nf eful, to go with a family In the country, sp
ply for two daya at No. 29 EAS1 BAY.
March 12 2*
TX ,r ANTED? E VE KV HOD V TO SUB
T* SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRAE?.
CH;.RLES C. RIO LITER'S Select Library of New
Hooks contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 181 KING-STREET.
WANTED, SUBSCRIBE H S POR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 161 Kins-street.
WA>TKD.-TO LAW) ERS.-AYOUVG
MAN desires to study lav m some office
where he can earn bis board by acting as olerk,
copyitit, i-c. Aldreis "COPYISr," DAILY NKWS Of?
fley_ Imo* March 30
WANTED, A SITUATION AS SALES?
MAN in a Grocery bouse. Applies-, t has ex?
perience, references given. Address "R ." Office
of THE NEWS. March 10
TO RENT. PINE BUICK RESIDENCE,
seven rooms and kitchen, wi.h gus, cistern, ?cc.,
No 12 Elizabeth-street, near Charlotte. Possesdon
given April 13. R. M. MARSHALL ft BRO.,
Real Estate Brokers,
March 13 stnth3 No. 33 Broad street.
TO RENT, A HOUSE AT THE CORNER
of Society and la*t Bay street''. Apply to
JOHN MARSHALL, Marshall's Wharf.
March ll_th Btu
TO KENT, A HOUSE OP POUR ROOMS
dreseing-room, pantry, two attics and double
pinzzi, with convenient outbuildings, heated in
Islington Court, near Cannon-street, and within
short dlilauco-f street cars Bent $20 per month.
Apply to T. GfUNGh SIMONS, Commlssiou Agent,
Planters'and Meelianlcs'Bank. f3 March 12
TO KENT. A D'1 LIGHT Kt h SUMMER
RESIDENCE, with FARM : ttached, at tho
southwest corner of Bco and Pr?sidant street*. Tho
houBo contains four room? and pantry, with wide
double piazzas to the south, giving a full view of
Ashley River. On tho lot. which i* large, there ii a
kitchon of four rooms, and a neat cottace containing
two large snd wcU-floiJhrd rooms, with lire place - in
each; carriaao h uso aud stable, and wcU of pure
spring waler. Altachi d is a Int ot about one acre,
uow plauted wi,h market vegetables now coming up.
For term*, ic, apply at IRIS Or ?ICE.
March ll 6?
TO RENT, THE ST<?KE AND RESI?
DENCE, corner of Ring and Lainboll-st'oets.
Inquire ot P. O'DONNELL, on the next Lot north
ol tho above. February 24
TO KENT,ONE ROOM,TO ONE OK TWO
gentlemen. Apply at No. 141 MABKET
STRELT. Februaiy 23
KEMI IVA L_THE *UBSC?IBER HAS
this day removed his Bakery I s'ahlishment
fr. m No. 07 King-street to No. 3SI KTNO-STltKBT,
above George-street, where ho will be happy to see
his old customers and the public generally.
A. F. Ml.ECHEMS,
No. 331 King-street, above George-street.
March 0 G
np A I L U K I iv o ?
THE SCB^CRIBER HAS JUST RETURNED
from New York, uiih a haudsonre selection of
CLOTHS, CA Ssl M ERES, VESTING?, ko, and is
now prepared to ox- cute all orders with dispatch.
Hiving had many years exp?rience m tho bud;.cns,
ho leola sailsflcd that tho mat.rial and workmanship
will give every satisfaction. Call and examine my
A FINE LOT OF FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 141 King-street,.
March 10 G wfm7 Third door not th o. Queen.
Cigars, Crbaffo, &r.
ATTENTION, TB SMOKERS!
IF YOO DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVAN A CIGARand LEAK OBACCO,
rall at No. 80 MAliKET-s'lRtET, where you will
find now open for inspection th? largest and most
wv-ect stock ol Cigar? and Leaf i obaccn ever import?
ed to this market, and which we offer at a pilos that
will satisfy all demands.
Wholesale and Retail, by
SAYAS & MARINAS,
Ao. SO MARKET-STREET.
January 1 ws
3ouMfs, guiness, Cte
BUGGY AND CARRIAGE HARNESS,
A KD SADDLERY LEATHER, etc.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW ON HAND A
?arce stoc<r ot old and now McClellan Saddles,
Government Harness for two. four, six horses, also,
fimi Eunuch .sommerset PADDLE-, Bridles, Bits,
kc , ko., together with a v ria assortment of tho
fiudi ngB n" cea-ury to manufacturera. Ho is i>reparod
to sell to dealers, Plouch Bridles and Plough Gear?
ing gcaorally at New York factory prices. Oatt
Tunned Lea,her by tho singlo aldo or roll af low
figur?e. F. F. CHAPEAU,
Meeting-street next Milis House.
March 9 ' tuthslmo
CARRIAGE MATERIALS, LEATHER, &c.
fTTHK UND 'RSIGNED HEG TO CALL ATTEN-I
J_ TI"N lo their .'ante and oomplclo S ock of
SADDLES, BRU LES, HAUNli-S aud all kinds of
CARRHGK AI \TEBLAL-, whn h they oller at
Wholesale and Retail upon the mo.-t liivorable terms.
US-ORDERS PUOMPrLY FXE0?CED.
JENNINGS, THOMUNSO.v & CO..
No. ?G'J MEETlNG-tvlTOET,
opposite Charleston Uotol.
N. B.-Also, Second-hand Govcrumout MCCLEL?
LAN SAHUL C.S.
M a-chi Imo
JAMES A. DU FPUS,
No. 9 STATE-STREET,
OFFrRS Ul? SE!iVli""ES TO THE PPBt II AS
a GENERALAGENT for thc COlXB't'lOV o''
ItS NT.-s Ai COHN I S, BUYING AND .-ELLING OF
RKAL A.ND PK?4?ONAL PR IBER? x, an . nu- ?CHT
Commission Bu taos* th >t may bo entrust d to his
care, li- will be prompt iu ihe disc laig.; ul il.iii"s,
uu wi.i endeavor tj th.- be-tuf his ab.??ty to ?j vj
mUsiac iou. Mareil 12
f\ 'iMBl'S LINE TO M . GNO- IA.
THE -UL'M-Ul''En WOCLD RESPECTFULLY
aniiuun c io the citizens ol Cliarleolou that, on and
.lier ibu s ay. the lilli h'St., he w 1 istaiiiwiu
LINE OK OilNlBU-'Es. uudor l e super.ute de ice
ol Mr ll. G ^ l> -, ?0 tuii Mini the cora r ol aiee?
iii . ami i Ines n et-, to Numiott* Aveuueaiid the
J h ri e Milu House.
Ibe-c OAtNIUUaES w".Il .eavo each termini!'.'
every u lt-Uuu< irons 0 A. M lo 12 M.. and over?
(pia ter hour tram 2 io li P. M., und will ruu evo y
A stifrtudlier.-neoto schedule guarant<-ed.
ArrsLg?! . cuts can be mulo lor l'ie-nic Parties
troiu same dale, at -iago Cilice, earner Lino cud
Meetug-strecls. G_Itullhltl GUAU .M.
TITULE BOO?S HOB r. OUCHING IS niCE
1VJL lau s manufacturo.! on an improved sijle,
and ?o:d low hy F F < 'H A PEAU,
No. 03 Me Huti-striHrf,
March 10 G Next.o Milln House.
T|?liltSUJI k BATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE DRE?VETtY,
HARLEM, iv. Y.
This celebrated A'c is b:cwcd fresh all through
the j'-ir and i? guaranteed to kc-ip sound ihrou .ib
tho kOtle t weather, aud on that ace > nt is oi u.i
Ales tho Desi adapted t > tho -out h ern climat?. The
proprietors are dessous of establis.iing a trade tor
their Ale in this ociioa, and wwii lo -t .ko a -
ramsments with amii: 'ti r?elle, responsible i any
to ta:. - - lie gcucy tor Hie s ilo cf it m . 'ba; 1 stun
and vieiuity. RYERSON ft B \ 11
Darlem station, New York Ci ly.
February 16 3m o
YOUNG MKM'S CHRISTI AN ASSOCIA
AK FXTRA MEETING OP THE YOUNG MEN'S
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION will be held 1 ms
EVENING, at tho Ito 'ina, at bnlf-past Seven o'clock.
A general attendance ia earnestly ri quested.
E. A. SILrOX, Recording Secrotaiy
March 13_" 1
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
rriHK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK HO LD
1. ' 1RS of t'-e savannah and Cbur.eaton Railroad
Company (postponed lrom tho secoua Wednesday in
Junuiry; v.ill tako place in the City ol Charlesion.
on ; ! e TH mu WEDNESDAY IN MABCB. being tho 17th
of that mooth.
Place of meeting, tho Hall of. tho Planters' and
Mechanics Bink, Ea t Bay. at Twelve M., at which
time an election will be held for six Directors to
serve the ensuing ytar.
A Committee to verify proxies will be in atten?
dance at Ten A. M. S. W. FI-HE?,
SST Savannah republican and Herald will pleaso
copy and saud bill to office Savannah and charleston
February 27 sth?wl
To Farmers and Planters.
Z E L L ' S
AMMOMATED BOSE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
FOR COTTON. TOBACCO. CORN, OATS, WHEAT,
Rye, Potatoes. Turnips, Grass, ve. Permanently
improve the soil. Quick and active as Peruvian
Guano. For this valuable FERTILIZER we only
ask a trial aide by sine with any in toe market, to at?
test its sup??iori.y.
P. ZELL ft SONS.
No. 89 South-street, Baltimore, Maryland.
For salo on accommodating terms -cash or credit
SCRI VEN dc NISBET,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, South Carolina.
No. I GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO
winn LOCK s VKGKTATOH. AND
ZELL'S SUPER BONE PHOSPHATE
OP LIME AND RAW BONE
- TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, WARRANTED
genu ine and puro
-tons Vegetatur or " Woolston's Ammoniatsd
Bone Phosphates of I lane," guaranteed to be
M good a3 any Fertilizer-next to Peruvian
Guai o-in the market.
- tons Zell's buperpbos hat? of L'meand Raw
hone Phosphates, both buperior Fertilizers.
For sale by T. J. KBHR k CO.
No. 1 PERUVIAN.
SARDY'S "SOLUBLE PBOSPHO-PEHUVIAN."
SARDY'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGHEST GRADES PURE I'HOSPHA
T1C GUANOS AND GROUND
THE USE OF THE ABOVb SOLUBLE P80SPHO
PEKUVIANond Ammoiil.ted Soluble Pacific
Guanos is particularly recon. mended, beinc com?
pon; da of tho nunest Pacific Pbo-phatic Guano,
rendered solublo; the former c ntaiuiug twenty per
cont, of Peruvian Guano, and ibo latter highly au
moniated wiih animal matter-masing the most
concentrated aud profitable fortiLzora in uso for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and Tobacco,
For sale m baas and bat reis, in quantics to suit.
Tcstlmouiala from thone win have used the above
wlU bu runii- ed on application.
GRAESER, LEE, SMITH & CO.,
General Agonts at Charleston.
?Feed your Land and lt will Feed Yon."
December 24 nao (hstu4mo
CBOASDALL'S GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWEB'S COMPLETE MANURE. Both
For salo by WM. GURNEY,
No. 102 I- a-t Ray,
Solo Agent for South Carolina.
February 2G Imo
-I f\r\/A BARBELS LAND PLASTES. TO AB
Ivl/V RIVE por Schooners Scud and Mation
Orders received by OLNEY ft CO
AN AMMONIATED SOLUBLE
COMBINING ALL THE QUALITIES OF BONE
AND PEBUVIAN GUANO.
THIS F F RTLLLZER It? WARRANTED TO GIVE
satislocUon. Planters and farmers are invited
to send for pamphlets, descriptive of its virtues and
how to ar.ply lt.
HW Prico, Wo per ton of 2000 lbs.
For sale by It. M. BUTLER,
February 17 Agent ot charleston. 8. 0.
Letter from Jamos Pagan.
CBESTEB, SOUTH CALLINA, January 6, 1800.
Dear S ir-I have just locoived a communication
from Geo. W. OraiBln, Esq., Treasur?r of Patapsco
Guano Comuauy, rcquostlng my opinion of tho "PA
TAP-CO," to be Bant direct to y ou-which I take
pleasure in doing, as I 'inc -roly bollevo that it is tho
best fertilizer now In nae. I hive tested its merits
fully, and find those who have used it alongside of
other popular fertilizers, do not hoMtnte to givo it
the preferenco; there arc as many kin Js in uso ht.ro
as there arc merchants wlio doal in it. No two
houses recommend tho same kind, but dunn? the
last season I had a good nppormuity of introducing
the * * PATAPSOO ' ' G UANO to some exteut.
I pave to t-n (10| different planters COO pounds
GUANO IO put each ou ouuuc.e ol lan J, and agreed to
lake part of the product for pay. They all hucoeedod
well. I gol nearly l'JO por cent, proilt liotn ihe tea
uni es, and tho plante a aro aatii?oj that they gol 00
io lou i cr cont, more thau they couU have expected
on the B-imo land without tho GUANO. I also sold
tm .li quiutitits to st mo twenty or thirty p nulcrs,
who Hied it on all sor.s or land, some of thutu
certify to wouderfu. lOjttlU, and ovcry ono of Hiern
have euKajrcd to Uko luttra for Hu cowing soai-ou. I
expect to Sell ICU limes thu amount which WU* taken
la t sea-ou.
I began in 1807, and havo not hoard ono maa Fay
it d d n .t over-pas him for his outiuy. lu sumo re?
spect* it ."Udt be uupctior to the Peruvian Guano.
For insifucu, yan ? au mix the soed with th'; PATAW
co, aud thul'eiuviau must bo cjvercd bei? ic |?aut
lng. i he "PATAMCU" acts a ouceu. on thc t-prou s,
af soon as it como* from the toed sud moko, i. st.et
light oil-growing, and prevents tho bickiy s ago
wu.ch et/itou, without thu biimulus, has to go
through_you know thi . For two or tlireo TU ks
IbeiOttOnptsut il lu a eau iii on wilie- is so pre
caril.u- that no planier can nay that he ha - u certain
?.laud 1 believe li e ' fAiAPsco" secures a oilier
und more healthy stand (hau catt bj had .>}' 1..0 ap
plieatiou ol any otb-jr fertilizer. 1 xpculi ft om cx
periucu.s made for two yean. 1 have planted a lit?
tle cotton tor tho purp.se of walebing thu io?u:t,
and am sur.- that ro.*iiu thc seed i.i I'ATAI-SCO
GUANU will tccure au carly auu h.-a.thy .-.lan., o: cot?
ton, which is hko ^citing a goo.! start lu any kiim ot
I would reeonuueud 253 to 300 pouii ls to the aero
1 ma e GOO pounds ii at from one acre by planting 5.0
pounds of '\PAT\PSC >," uhich mido 2?J ?.ouuda tho
year heioro w.thout it, and thc s. asou 13t)7 w..s
better for cotl-4 than 186i. ibu s ima field OJ the
I ort not fo iliiz.d ma lo tuoro In 1&S? titan in '?? I
teins i*. woul pay be.it, howcv r, for ahou; 103
pounds to the acte. Ruspectiully,
(Staled) - JAMES PAGAN.
For further ifcforma'.ion. apply ?o
Ci? l RTE V \ ? iV Ti: i; ' HOL "I.
General Ar.outs, Union Wharf,
February 13 eC Charleston, S C.
No. 275 Kl? G->'? RE KT,
GOLD AND TIN FOIL. AMALGAMS, MINERAL
TEETH, Steel Good-;, and every article usea by the
Dentist. 2mo January 27
I BERN IAN HAL Ii .
THE HANLON BROTHERS
WILL om A
GRAND MATINEE .
TUM (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON.
Evory lady who atienda will be presented with a
PHOTOGRAPH Oj? THE HANLON'S "LIT?
Opens at 1:30.Begins at 9:30.
SATURDAY E VE NI NG. M A R C H 13,
Lost Night ot the
?S-Priccs as usual. Soats at HOLME s' BOOE
STORE. No extra charge.
Opens at 7 o'clock; begins at 8.
JJ 1BERNIAN HILL.
EOU MANAOR E.B. F. WHITMAN*.
THE MANAGEMENT RESPECTFULLY AN?
NOUNCES that, on his way to New York, he willre
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
MONDAY, MARCH 15th, AND TUESDAY, 16th,
Ard will present the succesEful Operatic Spec?
CINDERELLA AND UV DINE.
CINDERELLA, MONDAY; UNDINE, TUESDAY.
> s arranged a la Opera Bouffe, and pla; ed hun?
dreds of nights to crowded houses.
The Great star, MLLE. ESMERALDI DIANT, the
popular Vocalist and Actress, MLLE LIZZETTE
BEEN ABD, all the Gorgeous Sooner/ of tba r AWN,
including the Great Transformation Scene.
^BS-Ad mission $1; Referred Scats $125; Back
Feats 75 cents; Gallery 51) couts. Scats ran be se?
cured at once at HOLMES' BOOK bl OHE.
Marca 13 3
ARE W ELL TOUR..
RETURN OF THE VETERANS I
SKIFF & GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS
WILL APPEAR MARCH 172?, ONLY FOR
THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION NOW IN EX
ISTENCt. Four Opora Comedians; the magnifi?
cent Quartette; ANDY MoKEE, the great Song and
Danos man ; the grand triplo Clog Dance. The
Wonder.ul Pantheoptipionsnlca description cf tho
following beautiful scene-: City of Bethlehem;
Birthplace of Christ; Mannt Calvar..- and tho Cruci?
fixion ; Burial PLco of Lord Byron; Napoleon Re?
viewing hi* Armv; Napo'oou an Exiloatst Helena;
So-diei'* Dream of Home; Ship at Sea, Storm Arisos,
Thunder, Lightning and the Wreck.
FORMING TWO GREAT fcHOWS IN ONE.
LOW GAY LORD, Manager.
JOE GAYLORD, General Agent.
Parquette and Dross Cirolo.ll 00
Reserved seats. . '60c
Colored Seali. 6Uc
A GBS.ND MATINEE ON FBIDAY AFTERNOON,
Mmch 19, st Two o'clock. Admission: Fifty cents
to ail uarta of the house. G March 18
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
CAPITAL.S 1,000 OOO
fl"! HTS GUANO DIFF?RS PROM PE RD VI AN
L Guano simply tn <bo rolaUve proportions of
tba sams eli menta of fertility.
Its use during the past four years for the culture
of cotton aud -om has given to it a character for
standard excslleuce narnu passed by genuine Peru?
vian Guano, and where seasous of drought inter?
vene, ii produces a large increase of crops.
The price at wince this Guano is placed ts so
much be'ow that of Peruvian Guano, as to cour tit ute
lt an object or material importance to southern
The large n vital a ud roaources of tho Company
enable it to furnish a Guano of tho higboit value at
the lowest possible cost to consumer- and the
highes: interest of tbo Company is recognized in
.he Company looks to large rales, smal profits
and a pcrinaneat trude for compensation on capital
Br. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, of South Caro?
lina, ls Rcientiflc Director to the Company,
which affords a sure quarante? ot the continued ex
collcnco of ibo Guano. None genuine uu!o-n brand*
ed witu tho name ot JOHN ri. KEliaE at CO., Gene?
ral Agents ol tho PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms and mode of applica.ion. apply to
J. A. ROBSON,
Agoni for the State nt -ou:h Carolina,
Nos'. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
December 19 DAO stntbSmo
THE LODI MANUFAGID?ING CO,
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO PEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
We oiler our DO UM LE KEFI.vB^ P UDRElTE.
equal to the bsst buporphoaphate, at the low price
ot ?'?? i er ton. ibis Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nitrophosphate uni pure Bone Lust,
bee te.? ti in ou i als:
li M. i ODD. binithfielil. Va., says where ho u<cH
th- Double Refined Poudrette ou corn it doubled the
WILLIAMS BBOS . Dover, Del, says lt gave th"ir
rhubarb uud t.iuia.oe a vigorous growth, ripcuiug
the tal'or two weeks earner
P. W. UUTCIUSO.-I. *r, uuarO urokee, Go., says il
ni-arly duubicil his yield ol colton.
lion tu S. -ituiiri.il, Eunjula, Ala., says his cot?
ton wu- luily equal io adj.lining i.eld* manured with
the I-est ?U|iori>n(> phale
.->. M0NI?O.MJK11Y, E: II ville, G-., says it increased
his crop ot cu.toa iou lbj per ucre.
G s. OuLi.sDT. Aiarict a. Ga . us ; it on corn and
cotton ai.d ?fay. it m re ihau n muled thc yie d. ce
relaid-11 Hie clioipost and innot re.iab e Fertilizer
within his Knowledge.
ha-GvVeriior . M TU, Wat renton. Va,, tried it w th
three wal erupa tue boland present >e>rs. iud
mys: "I ure eui nco it with confidoucu a most valua?
ble man.ire "
J he Superintend "nt or Ococral W. R. Cox. To.k
brana Pfciuiaiiuu. N. <:.. isyc: ?.! hiiik the Poudrette
lund for u mi ea' u >( bu Mili'i irt-ed; us. d it a.so ou
coi t "u whichpvuu.iced .?aiKC yu .a.
Dr. E. M. i KKDu TON. > mu. Ga,, says: "The
Nllraphoniihaie uf Liiuo, need on eottou made 213
per . i) it the fir.-; jaar.
pM.fe.pci' bfioiiOE H. Coos, ' f the vow Jcrsei
Stile 'gricultural COI U?", at Ne*' i'runswi-k, .-ayK
-the i nunkiKeUiMil 1 oudrclie and Kltrophuephale
of Limo paid us lu.! iou pur ec .1. uouVr tbeE' mar?
ke value in the lu -reas ot erupa ihin .v ar."
address LOLi UA.-UFiC CUING COMPANY.
Eux -fl?I New York l'ost Rice. Olhco No. CG court
J." A. ENSIJOW & CO.
AGENTS FOR TUE CO u l'A NY.
January 14 ih.-tuJuios
r_JOLMES A MACHETll,
Np. 30 Broad-street,
Charlo .ton. KC,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEER?, REAL E8TATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttoa 1 to Rontiuj and Collecting of Bents
and pu'chiso aud RIO CI. btocss, Bonus, Gold,
Silver uud Real Lera.e.
i o the Purciitiso ot Go Jd.- aud Supplies for pir'ies
in ibo emu -ry upon roa^ou hie erma.
Gl'.OllUK U I.OLA11?S.ALI'S I.SD2E MACBETH.
Ja. u ryl_lyr
E ? . ll. UOPPOCK,
F & C I O B
Charleston, S. C.
P. GADSDEM HASELL. 6mos September 21
(tomes unit ?hit?mous.
I AAA POUNDS OHOICB SBGAB-CUOTD
lUUv KAM>, at 20e per pound
Cb"icc !. niton Maiket Beef.
Just received at the
CO-OPER\ ' IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corn' r Meeting and Market streets.
Grod>> dehvc ed tree. March 13
1 A A BARBELS FAMILY AND FXTRA FLOUR.
iUU For sale by RAVENEL k CO.
March 13 _mw2
BEA- GRASS EXTRA. SI GAB
CU R KO HAMS AND BEEF. -
O r CA--K3 OF THE CELEBRATED BE 1RGRASB
10 boxes of the celebrated Beanrrass Beef.
As i'gent for tbs packers I ( ffcr tbe above Hams on
aa favorable terms aa Roms or tbe s me equality, and
will Guarantee every H<im to give -utiefaclion or the
money wiU be refund? d. Consumers. who, there?
fore, wish a good rt Ide, ?1.1 find it to their Interest
to ry tbe tcareras?. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
March 13 ?*o_stoth3
6000 l^IDEBIME ?" B*A?LD WBBED
3000 Prime Shoulders.
For sale low by JO HN CAMPSEN k CO.
CORN, OATS. FLOUR.
4000 B?CHBNS PHIME WHITB MILLIN?
2000 bushels Prime Mixed and Tennessee Cora.
260? bushels PRIME OATS.
600 t-bls. NORTHERN FLOUR-all grades
500 sicks CampseB Mills Choice Family and Extra
Flour, lor sale low, by
March 12 8_JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
MILL FEED SHORTS AND
FOR 8AL? LOW AT CAMPSEN MILLS, $0.14
March 13 sw* JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
C?f\i~\f \ SACKS LIVES POOL SALT NOW
0\J\J\J landing from irblp Edith. Fer sale
by G EOE Gt W. WILLIAMS k CO.
4000 ':USHELS PMME TOITBCOBNIN
1060 bushels mine White Corn in bulk, per
schooner Flying Scud, from Norfolk.
160 bushels OATS.
For sile low. T. D. CLANOY At CO,
C%PT BARRET.8 1 WBISKFY OF VABIOU8
??O lr? half-burels J BBAND?. For sale by
March ll tbrtnj B EN RY COBIA k CO
DEMIJOHNS. BUT CLES AND
IMHOKTKD LAOKK BIER.
?J \ FIVE OALLEN DEM JOHNS
JLOv/V/ 2C00 dem J bus, snia 1er sizes
100 crates 1 'hiret and Madeira Bottles
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts
Imported from Bremen, and f*r sale by
?'LACTU* & WITTE,
February * thslu:iroos No. 80 East Bay.
riTHE UNDERSIGNED KEi-P.-i ON HAND THE
J. BE?t atED ASS . OAL, 8'itablo lor Parlor
Grates, stove ard co. kia.; Banges, which he will
sell at reduced prices.
SOFT COAL, ty applying to
E. P. SEIGNIOUS,
* Corner East Bay and Basel street East Side.
February 2.1 ruths loo
SUGAR! SUi.U?. ! AND 4O
1 f\f\ HBD-t. CHOICE DRY GROCERY 8UGAB
Xv/U 1W0 boxes O.ioiceDry Grocery sugar .
60 hhds. Prime- M uso uv do .-UK ar
IOU hhds. Now Crop < nba Molasses
100 hhds. New Crop clayed Molasses,
Being oarg' of American ?chooner E. M. Pennell,
to arrive from < 'ar dena ?, and tor sa e by
W. P. HALL, Brown st Co 'a Wharf.
February 23_ tuths
LITTLE NECK CLAMS.
"I f\ OASES LITTLE NECK CLAMS
LU 10 cases Ox Tail >onp
18-case? '1 ornato Soup
10 oases Sausage* Meat
10 cases t- rc.-h -elm n
10 case* Fresh Mackerel
10 cases Fresh Lob 3? er.
WM. 8. CORWIN ? CO.,
-_s o. 278 King-street.
1 AA MATS OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA
XUU 60 ma's Genuine 61 anilla Coffee
25 sark* ttenu. ne Laguayra Coffee
10 aaoks Puio Mocha C> flee
6u sacks Rio Coffee, all crades.
Parched Java and Gionnd Java, wjrrantcd pure.
WM. 8. CORWIN ti CO.,
_No 276 King-Blreet.
C)f\ BBLS. PRINCE ATJRERI POTATOES
?i \ J 25 Lb.e. Mercer Potatoes.
WM. 3.0 EWIN &CO.,
_No. 276 King-street,
FRE8H PKACriEs. CORN, &?fT
<T)?r CASES. 3 LB, FRESH PEACHES
J. f_> 26 rajes. 2 lb, Green Corn
10 cases, 21b Green Peas
30 cases, 2 lb. Fresh Peaches
10 cat>tB. 2 lb, sucoot.sb
10 eases, 2>j lb. -ni a Beans 1
10 oasee. 2 lb, Tine apple *
10 ca-es. 2 lb, str>woerrlea
- 6 cases, 2 lb, Quinces
5 cases, 1 lb. Fren h Peas
6 cases, 1 lb, Alus i room J
WM. b. CORWIN k CO.,
_No. 275 King-?treet.
I f\ CA*-ES VE Cl ICQOOT PONSABDIN
1U 20 cases Greeu > eal
23 baskets Piner Heidseick
10 cai-e>. Dry Verzenay
6 raees 1 r> Silii ry
6 caste M noam's Prlvato Stock
60 oases Urbumi W ne Company.
WM. S. COltWIN k 00.,
_No. 276 King-street.
I .LAU ET Wi>ES.
ry?r Ct-ES ST. JULIEN MEDOC
i O 60 cases G ca?d'.* Coutry
25 eis s Johnston'* -ons Medoo
26 i as. s Ht une nbttrg livres Modoc
t0 ci-es Johnston's r-t Loubes
50 use . E li. A-Cu's Honiilac
10 ru-ses Cha ouux Muigaux
10 casts I ateuux
Lai beuhei'iier ?
Cios de Vougeot
WM. 8. CORWIN k CO.
_No 275 Kin--.-treat.
SALT A F I.?'AT.
fJinn SACKS LIV. BPOOL S*LT, LANDING
t)1 ' V'\J tlii d y lrom l ark Harnet F. Hus cy,
and ready ur delivery. RAVEJEL k CO,
lYHARro:* 7:. MOFFElT,
Ko. 115 WEST-STREET, NEW YORK.
ft?] 3 F FE TT & WHARTON,
No. 114 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON.
Ali varieties of ; ced and Eating
HAVING A PARTNER IN NHW YORK WHO
will rrivo his . crsuiia! .mention lo tho sale of
> ar y V- OE i A ULE- AND FKUIT, and promising
quick .-ae n ul urompi re'ur.s. we sollet the pa
ir.ui go I I shippers. Our com issions *ill be five
pe cen . ou-y.
CU iTli* inrnis'joit to f ose who ship tons.
. G. MOSFi ll.r. J. WHARTON.
Decemt cr 30 h 3rno3
JOHN ?. ALEXANDER,*
NO TART PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT.
No. l? croad-ritrcct.
KE.SPE0IFUI.LY -OLI'Ills BJSlNESS IN AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNT- ol Merchants and others,
.aud m SF KD INI OP ?ND PO-TING their BOOKS,
.either In part o* whole kt: January 9
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