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Wind ?aol fe?.
The Sea is a jovial comrade,
He laughs wherever he goes;
Ma merriment shines In tho dimpUng Unes
That wrinkle his hale repose;
Helajs nimBcir (Town at the feet of the Sun,
And shakes all over with glee,
And fte broad-backed billows fall faint on the
M the mirth of thc mighty Sea !
Bot the Wind is sad and restless.
And cursed with an m ward pam;
Toa may hark as yon will, by valley or hill,
Bat yon hear him still complain.
~ ?wails on tbe barren mountains,
_ad shrieks on the wintry sea;
He sobs in the cedar, and moans in the pine.
And shudders all over the aspen tree.
Welcome are both their voices,
And I know not which is best
Ute laughter that slips from the Ocean's lips,
Or the comfortless Wind's unrest.
There's a pang in all rejoicing.
A joy In thc heart of pain,
And the Wind that saddens, thc Sea that glad?
Are singing, the self-same strain '
A Teat Case In Washington-Effort of
ike Radicals to Force Colored Chil?
dren Into White Schools.
The question of forcing negro children into
the public schools of Washington is just now the
- topic of agitation there, and threatens to destroy
the educational system of the national capital.
The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore
On Monday last a little girl named Martin,
daughter of the Rev. Sella Martin, pastor of the
Fifteenth street Presbyterian Church, presented
herself to the "model school," taught by Miss
Hoyes, with a ticket of admission signed by Geo.
B. Vashon, a colored trustee for the Bret district.
The girl's father being a bright mulatto and the
mother almost white, the negro blood was not at
nm discovered, and the ticket was admitted and
the scholar accepted.
A few moments afterwards Miss Noyes discov?
ered that the child was colored, and sent for Mr.
J. S. Brown, ene of the sub-board of the trustees,
who sent the girl home, and then went to see Mrs.
Martin, and advised her not to send the child to
the school. The sub-board subsequently bad a
meeting, and determined that the girl should be
considered suspended until the corporation attor?
ney could give an opinion on the subject. This
morning Martin reappeared with the girl, and
talXed to the teacher in a very boisterous manner.
He claims to be supported by Mayor Bowen and
Corporation. Attorney Cook, and says he wants
the issue to be made in this case. The trustees
say that tte attendance of the giri before the
question is definitely settled will have a demoral?
ising effect upon all the schools la the district.
Mayor Bowen, it ls understood, claims that the
-actual admission of the child by the teacher, ai
theagh she was not aware of her race, now neces?
sitates her remaining m the school. The subject
has created a great deal of excitement among
parents and scholars, and it will probably be met
.7 the action of the school trustees In special
' Reseting. Miss Noyes, the teacher of tue school,
ls from Boston, and has no antipathy to -the col
-.red race; but when she ascertained tbe presence
.of her African scholar, she considered lt her duty
to Inform the trustees and to leave thc matter en- ?
ttr?ly ia their hands. The trustees had another
meeting this afternoon, but no definite conclusion
A letter dated one day later says:
Martin's ehild was in the school room again to?
day, but Miss Noyes has thus far declined to rec?
ognize her aa a pupil. She says, however, that
unless the school board soon settles this matter
abe will have to hear her recitations with the.
. other children or resign, as the Mayor Intimated
Vt? her this morning thatshe must do one thing or
Martin claims, la a card published to-day, that
- -Jeared children have a right to enter the white
schools under the act of March, 1869, which struck
the word white from thc charter and from all
' laws relating to the District of Columbia. But lt
. is clear that this act had no reference to the
school question, as Congress had some time pre
. TiouEly established distinct systems of white and
colored schools for the District, and dilated the
'. funds to be divided between them. In this view
Of the case, if Martin's girl ls allowed to remain
in the white school, she occupies a place provided
for a white pupil out of an appropriation for
'' Waite schools. The fund now provided for the
white schools ls inadequate to furnish education
for all the white chUdren seeking admission, and
the number of white chUdren denied a place will,
of coarse, be increased if the colored chUdren are
to have not only the benefit of all the funds for
their own schools, but also a share ia those for
the support of the white schools.
Martin, la his card above referred to, says he
wm not yield what he believes to be bia rights,
bett insists upon having the matter definitely de?
termined. If the school trastees decide against
" Usa, he will carry his case elsewhere.
MarOn himself does not receive mach sym?
pathy. The white people, of course, object to
Ali movement, while the colored people say it ls
with lum a question of caste, and that as his
?idhi is nearly white, he considers ber above as
eodation with black people, and wanta to force
her upon the whites. 7
Msw TOM-Per steamship Champion-68 bags
sea Island cotton, 13M balee upland cotton, 136 tes
rice, 18 bales yarn, 22 rolls leather, 32 bundles pa
'. per, 64 pkgs fruit and sundries.
PHILADELPHIA-Per brig G H Geery-350 tons
WILMINGTON, DEL-Ter sehr Fawn-38? tons
BARACOA-Per sehr W H Steele-346* feet lum?
ber, 30 bbb) potatoes, 6 bbls onions, 2 bbls apples,
ss) boxes herrings, 60 reams paper, 4 bbls tar.
The Charleston Cotton, Rico and Naval
Orran CHARLESTON NEWS, \
8ATTJHDAY EVENING, November 27, 1869. j
.anon.-The market commenced with a mede?
nte inquiry at steady rates, bot on receipt of bet?
he* telegrams the demand became more active
and prices improved ia some cases about Xe fi m.
Bales 70b bales, ria : eat 28; ?oat 23*; UatBX;
ne at 23?; 7 at (BX; tt at 23*; 263 at 24; 02 at
MX', 12 at 24* ; 16 on private terms. We quote :
. Ordinary to good ordinary.23 @23?
Rici.-The market having presented a fair sup?
ply of this grain, the demand was active at steady
xates; eales about 260 tierces of clean Carolina,
say : is tierces at 6*- 42 at 6* ; 147 at 6% ; 33 at
Tc We quote common to fair clean Carolina at
?.ex; good exeex; common prime 7c ? ta.
MATAL Sro ans.-There were no transactions of !
Importance ander this head.
FREIGHTS^-The supply of freight room to most
points ia for the moment sufficient for the de?
mand. To Liverpool, by steam, eagagements are
making at xd f> ft on uplands and i*d on sea Isl?
ands; by sailed on uplands and Xi on sea islands.
Ta Havre, by steam, nominal; by sall, nommai at
' IXc on uplands and IXc on sea Islands, nominal.
Coastwise, to New York, by steam, xe 9 m on
apiands and lc on sea Islands; by sail, Xo fi lb on
.plands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sail,
Xo fi m on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Mo 9 lb on uplands; ty oaU, somewhat nom?
inal To Baltimore, by steam, XdXc H lb on
?planus; by sail somewhat nominal.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, November 27 - Noon.-Consola 93X
Bonds S3*. Tallow 47s.
LiVBBFOOL. November 27-Noon.-Cotton buoy
.?at at llXallXd; Orleans llXal2d; Bales 15,000
Evening.-Cotton closed firmer and active; up?
lands HXallXd; Orleans I2al25id; sales 18,000
hales; for export and speculation 6000 bales. Bcd
Western wheat 83 3da8s 4d; winter 8s SdaSs Od.
Mess pork quiet aud steady. Lard 74s 6d.
PARIS, November sr.-Bourse opened quiet.
Mentes 7lf 62c.
- Nsw YORK, November 27-Noon.-Stocks weak.
Money 6a7. Sterling, long 8%; short 0*. Sixty
'twos 14. Gold weak and unchanged. Flour 5a
lac better. Wheat la2c better. Corn dull. Meas
pork duU. Lard quiet. Cotton firm at 25*c
Turpentine 45>;a4Gc. Rosin unchanged. Freights
Evening.-Money easy at 5a7. Bank statement
favorable. Sterling quiet at 8%a?. Geld closed
ak 24a24S. Governments beary; sixty-twos
19Xal3X; State bonds active on Nortb Carolinas;
special tax sold 1 >was 27; Tennessees weak; rest
steady. Stocks active; strong on Western; weak
an YanderbUts. Cotton firmer and closing quiet;
eales ssco b iles at 2SXc. Flour ioai5c better.
Wheat firm at noon's advance Corn scarcely so
inn. Whiskey $1 06. Beef steady. Mess pork
$33 50 io4; new $32. Lard ti rm; kettle lsalOKc
Terpentine 46Xa46c Groceries quiet Freights
CINCINNATI, November 2T.-Corn firm and
scarce; old fl; new 83a85e. Whiskey $1. Lard
ST. LOUIS, November 27. - Corn steady. Wsia
key $1. Provisions dull. Mess pork $30.
LOUISVILLE, November 27.-Corn firm. Provi?
sions quiet. Whiskey 9Sc.
WILMINGTON, November 27.-Spirits turpentine
dull. Rosin finn; strained fl es. Crude turpen?
tine steady at $175a3. Tar firm at $2. Cotton
better at 23 >4a23 Ji c.
AUGUSTA, November 27.-Cotton in brisk de?
mand throughout the day, and prices improved
Mc from yesterday; market closed quiet but firm
at 23>sc for middling; sales 562 bales; receipts S77
SAVANNAH, November 27.-Cotton, receipts 3054
bales; exports 2648 bales; sales 1600 bales; mid?
dling 23S'c; market quiet
MOBILE, November 27.-Cotton, sales 2500 bales;
middling 235<a24c; good and general demand;
closed 8tiir at outside rates; receipts 1034 bales;
exports 5771 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, November 27.-Cotton active
and firmer at 24a24,uc; sales 6350 bales; receipts
3043 bales; exports to Liverpool 6107 bales; Havre
2412 bales; coastwise 2347 bales. Sugar, prime
HXc Molasses, prime 64a66c; choice 67a70c.
Gold 24>?\ Sterling 34?ia35. New Tork sight >4a J
HAVANA, November 20.-The sugar market has
been rathei quiet through the week, although the
sales cover about 20,000 boxes of clayed goods.
Snotations remain as last advised, with efforts on
ther side to break down the barriers; both are
pertinacious m their pretensions on the basis
numbers ll and 12 at $4j,'a4)?' -!? 100 lbs, and the
proportionate rates as last given, above and be?
low, for our usual classiflcaUon. Shipped during
the week, 22,989 boxes and 281 bads, of which, for
the United States, 10,892 boxes and 281 hbds, and
balance to European ports, equal to 12,024 boxes;
leaving stocks on hand in the two shipping ports
of Havana and Matanzas equal to 90,246 and 2246
hhds, against, for same period of 1868. of 81,272
boxes and 791 hhds. In other produce or fabrics
no data for reports to-day.
FREIGHTS.-The following charters made since
last advices : Taken on tue 13th, Spanish bark
Augusta, 2300 boxes sugar, Liverpool direct, at
?2; American bark Darien, 400 hhds. sugar, Sagua
and north of Hatteras, at $6 each. 17th, ship
Mauritius, (Br.,) 3000 boxes sugars. New Orleans
direct, at 50c each; American brig Robert
Wright, 1400 boxes do., Baltimore do., voyage
$1100. 18th, British bark Nictaux, 3000 boxes su?
gars, New Orleans, at 50c per box, (pay s for hand?
ling and saves buying ballast; same with the
Mauritius). The fruit of the first rolling of thc
new crop begins to show itself, and the past week
we have received 85 hhds. of the estate of the
Count de la Reunion. In three er four weeks wt
may look for better business out ward.
EXCHANGE-Closing 20th, morning : London. 60
days sight, at WX&l&X premium; Prance, 2W\%
Di do; United States currency, 60 days' sight,
18Ji@19 discount; do. short sight, 16@l6J?; do.
gold bills, long and short, 4}i@A>i premium and
BOSTON, Novena r<r 24.-COFFEE.-There ls no
change to notice in als article, and but very little
has been done. Si all sales of Java, in boxes and
pockets, at 22j-:a: IMC, gold, and Rio at I6al7e,
gold. St. Domine * is quiet and prices arc quite
COTTON.-The market for cotton was quite firm
early In the week, but for a day or two past the
tendency of prices has been in favor of buy?
ers. The sales have been confined to small loi?
as wanted by manufacturers, and we quote ordi?
nary at 23>?a24c; good ordinary at 24'ia25c; low
middlings 25a25,,ic and middling at 26>ia2flc pei
pound, including uplands and Guff, the market
closing quiet at these figures.
DOMESTICS.-The market for cotton and woollen
goods has been quiet thc past week, although the
low prices of cottons are beginning to attract
some attention. There is not much activity to
notice, although jobbers arc purchasing raiher
GUNNY BAOS.-Tho market for gunny bags ls
dull and prices arc nominally 16j?ai7,H?c currency.
GUNNY CLOTH.-Demand quite limited. Sales
of 200 bales at 7Jfo g?1(,> 'n bond; and currency
prices are nomiually 19a20c ^ yard. Domestic
1 bagging has been selling at 2C,\,c currency.
HAY.-Market firm, with a fair demand, and
sales at $lla25 ? ton, as to quality.
NATAL STORES.-The demaud Tor spirits turpen?
tine has becu moderate, With sales at 4S>ia4!i>ssc
^ gallon. In tar, nothing of any consequence
has beep done. In rosin, sales of 250 bbls low No.
2 at $2 73 V bbl. In potash, no transactions.
RICE.-The market is dull, and thc sales of good
and prime Carolina have been 7,1"a8c ?> rh. lt
goon ls dull.
GEORGETOWN. November 24.-COTTON.-No
sales to report this week. We quote from 23 to
260 per pound.
CORN.-Full supply. Small kits at retail bring?
ing from $140 vj $1 60 per bushel.
TIMBER.-No t ales to report. Wc quote Dom c
to 18c, according to quality.
. TURPENTINE.- 'Irpin dip, $2 85; yellow dip,
$2 86; scrape or Lard, $126 to $1 60 per barrel, of
280 pounds to the barrel.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-Per gallon 4la42c.
TAB-Per barrel, retan, $175.
SAVANNAH, November 25.-COTTON.-Notwith?
standing the predictions of the "bears" of thc
cotton interest that the present month would wit?
ness astdl heavier decline in the value of the
staple, and talk abont India -cotton, and the new
cotton fields of South America, wc can still re?
port that this, our great Southern interest, has
revived ender the stimulating movements of de
ra and and necessity, lt was thought by many
that the minimum price reached last week would
rule in oar market for the week nnder review,
and that even lower prices wonld be
reached before December. Buyers consequent?
ly were very cautious In their movements
operating only when lots could bo gathered
which were necessary to fill orders imperative.
Holders were very stiff in their views and main
tamed their ground manfully during the week
only receding when it became apparent that they
must make concessions or hold on. In some In
stances the Xa)?o was conceded, but in most in
stances, with the small offering stock on hand,
the falling off of receipts, and the general firm
tone of the foreign market, holders preferred to
"hook on" and await future developments. The
business of the week consequently might be
classed moderate. No heavy sales were effected
Several lots were taken on speculation, and the
fiUlng of orders imperative. To meet sales for
future delivery, constituted the amount of busi?
ness done. Yesterday being generally observed
tn the city as a holiday, by virtue of the proclama
tlon of the Mayor, no business worth recording
was transacted, and the market closed irregular
at our quotations of Wednesday, with a tenden?
cy to improvement in prices. We quote: Liver?
pool middling, 23?c; low middling, 23>4'c; good
SKA ISLAND.-The market, which has been kept
back so long in this description of cottons, may
be said to have at last opened, and the transac?
tions of the week under review have given
strength to the market, which, however, has ruled
duli. The sales have been about 350 bales, mostly
on foreign orders, and we quote as thc ruling
prices: Common roller and McCarthy, SOc; fair, 40
a45; medium, 45; medium fine, 43a50; fine, nomi?
nal; choice, nominal.
The receipts at this port since November IR
amount to 14,816 bales of upland, and 426 bales of
sea Island, of which ll,isa bales of upland were
received per C. Railroad, 1458 bales upland from
Augusta and landings on Savannah River, 2174
bales upland per A. and G. Railroad. 341 bales sea
island by Florida steamers, 78 bales sea island
from Charleston. The exports for thc same time
have been heavy, and mostly foreign, reaching
20,091 bales uplaud and 511 bales sea Island, of
which 2490 bales upland and 160 bales sea island
were shipped to Liverpool, 1512 bales upland and
82 bales .'ea Island to Havre, 1000 bales upland to
Genoa, 4102 bales upland and 92 bales sea Island
to New York, 633 bales upland to Philadelphia,
364 bales npland to Baltimore, and 187 bales sea
island to Charleston.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ANDERSON, November 24.-Very little cotton
offering to-day, and middlings ranged from 21 ?
WINNSBORO', November 25.-24 bales of cotton
were sold In this market during the past two day*
at 22a22?e. ft
WINNS ?ORO', November 27.-130 bales or cot?
ton were sold In ibis market during the past two
days at 22a22*?c.
MONTGOMERY, Novembc T..- Montgomery
cotton market is duli. Price ' ?e declined. Low
mi idling li cents.
ORANGEBURG. November 26. : iles during thc
week 95 bales. Wo quote: Ordinary, 21c; low
middling, 22MC? middling. 22j,c.
ATLANTA, November 26.-The market closed
quiet at 23c for middlings; 22>;o ror low mid?
dlings; 21)icfor good ordinary; 20,'ic for ordi?
SELMA, Novembor 26.-There was a good de?
mand in the forenoon at 22X to 22)?c for middling
to strict middling, row middling 22c. After the
three o'clock dispatches, quoting a decline of xe
in New York, thc demand rell off and prices were
decidedly easier. Sales 125 balea; market closing
with a declining tendency.
New Moon, Sd, 6 hours, 15 minutes, evening.
First quarter, 10th, 9 hours, 89 minutes, everting.
Full Moon, 12th, 2 hours, 0 minutes, morning.
Last l?uaner, 26th, 1 hour, 0 minutes, evening.
Sat imlay ...
lt. ? S.
Receipt* Vy Railroad, November ?7.
Soon CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1231 tales canon, 12 bales domestics. 19 bbls
narai Blores, 1 car stock. To Railroad Agent,
P?la?r, Rodgers A co, WC Bee A co, W Gurney,
Jno Hanckel, Frost A Adger, Reeder A Davis, G H
Walter * co. Mowry k co, Graeser k Smith, W K
Ryan, R Mure A co, A J Salinas, Wagner, Stewart
A cu, J R Pringle k Son, L D DeSaussnre, Geo W
Williams A co, W B Smith k co, W P Hall, W W
Smith, Caldwell A Son, J B E Sloan, B J Wl.ss k co,
Thurston k Holmes, and others.
120 bales upland and 20 bales sea island conon,
75 bushels rough rice, 330 bbls naval stores, cars
cotton seed, phosphate, Ac. To J Marshall, .lr.
Shack elford A Kelly, Kinsman A Howell, EB Stod?
dard A co, S D Stoney, T Yeadon, R Gaillard, ll
Gaillard, J Mehrtcns, A J Salinas, Gaillard A Mi
nott, R A McKelrcy, Fripp k May, Thurston k
D?lmes, Pelzer, Rodgers k co, A I! Mulligan, S
Uart, J A Quackcnbush, Stenhouse A co, Reeder
k Davis, M H Cross, J P Nelson. W P Dowling k
co, Howard k Bro, W W Whilden, Ingraham k
Son, G W Williams k co,W Josey, Crane, Boylston
k co, Wiss k co, Gracscr k Smith, W Gurney, S S
Hubbard, Mantouc k co, Ravenel A co, P Brown,
W K Ryan, J Iseman, Frost A Adger, A Hollldav,
J B W Phillips, L H Bunch, F Mazyck, Brodle k co,
Mowry k co, R A Kendall, Railroad Agent.
Per steamship Champion, from New York-Mrs
C Aggam8 and four children, A Cardner, E Lo
max, W Dash, C Deas, L H Moore, Mrs Bonhoff, A
BlRchoffand daughter.T> Chartrand, and one on
Per steamship Saragossa, from New York-G w
Loomis, J Carv, Mrs Easterliug and child, Miss J
Wolcott, E Buckley, W H Young, J H Prichard, W
H King, B C Felow, D Alviry, J E Meritt, E T Mar
llan, W H Conaning aud wife, J Silver, T Vreve
tun, W Tracy, G Clark, E Purves, Mrs Marshall, M
Salmon, Miss Beaner, R Manning, W Manning, S
Murdey, David Garrett, Richard Godfrey, and 30
Per ster.r.:e Dictator, from Palatka via Jack
sonril! , Fe -andina and Savannah-Mr Man?
touc, 1? A Boyd, Mr Congill, Mrs Screven, Dr June,
Mr Chalk and wife, II Asher, A Barnwell, C B Bar?
ron, C Gordon, Davis, Dargan, Mr Berry and wife,
T D Eason, Cramer, J Munroe, M H Peck, Barnett,
W A Moore, Mashbnrn, Downward, Gorham, Mr
Scott, T T Smith, Robinson, Jno King, II Smith, H
Reisend, M U Farber, J Lambert, G Grott, and 25
Per Steamer Sf Helena, from Beaufort- Miss
nart, Mrs Bailey, Mrs Peak, J Applv, H Bloch, Dr
R Sams, Miss Sams, J M Haley, C Bailev, L F
Christopher and ladv, JUC Whaley, Dr W J Ran?
dolph, J King. E A Bailey, J Edlngs, J Stevens, E
B Clark, H M Balley, W Jenkins, E M Whaley, J W
Seabrook, and 10 on deck.
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 2 9.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbattle. West Point Mill.
50 tes rice. To T Tupper k Son.
Sehr tavina, McGrath, Combahee. 1000 bushels
rough rice. To Frost A Adger and W C Bee k co.
Sehr Emma, McGrath, Combahee. 2100 bushels
rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
Sloop Wando, Wilson, Combahee. 1000 bushels
rough rice. To C T Lowndes.
Sloop Emerald, Roberts, Ashcpoo. 900 bushels
rough rice, 9 bales sea Island cotton and 500 bush?
els cotton seed. To G H Uoppock, W C Be. t co,
Hopkins, McPherson k co.
Sloop Dorothea, Brendis, Combahee. 710bushels
rough rice. To Roper k Stoney.
Sloop Genoa, Francis, Combahee. 805 bushels
rough rice. To Roper A Stoney.
Boats from James' Island. 3 bags sea Island
cotton. To W A Hoyle.
Boat from James' Island. 6 bags sea island
cotton. To W 0 Bee k co.
Sloop Emerald, from Hutchinson's Island. 9
bags sea island cotton. To W C Bee k co.
Boat from James' Island. 4 bags sea Island
cotton. To W Gurney.
Received from Chisolm's Mill. lf>5 tierces rice,
4 bales sea island cotton and 3 bales upland cot?
ton. To W C Bee k co. Chisolm Bros, Reeder k
Davis, Thurston k Holmes.
By drays from Bennett's Mill. 13 bbls rice. To
Roper k Stoney.
By draysiroin West Point Mill. 13 bbls rice. To
Roper k stoney. .
Steamship Saragossa. Ryder, New York-iclt
Thursday. Milse. To Ravenel A co, J 1) Aiken A
co, Adams, Damon A co, J E Adger A co, J P
Buckhcidt. C D Brahe k co, A T Blunt, F C Bor?
ner, W M Bird A- cc J M Baker, H Bischoff A co,
Bolltnann Bros, B Brown, Edwin Bates A co, J ll
Browning, Brown A Byer, B P Biscon, I' Badder
A co, J Chadwick, C. S Cook, C, H Clark, 1, chap?n
A co, J Commins, W S Corwin A. co, J Campeen,
C D Carr k co. Captain Goxetter, J C H Claussen.
Cameron, Barkley k 00, Cohen k co. J B Duval A
Son, M Drake, Howie k Moise, J A'Enslow k co, I.
Elias, B Foley, J S Fairley, Foray the, Mccomb k
co, Furchgott A Bro, B Feld mann A co, J H 'iraver
A co, Gramann k Sch wacke, J Gorham. Goodrich,
Wincman k co, CGoldstein, C Graveely, J W Har?
risson A co, Uart A co, J H Happoldt, E II Jackson,
Jeffords A co, Johnston, Crews A co, klim-k, Wilk?
enberg k co, J P. Kiep, H Klatte A co, C Kerrison,
Laurey k Alexander, M Labra, H Soubeyroux, P
Latry, Manteue A co, S R Marshall, J G Milnor A
co, Mcl.ov k Rice, Marks A co, J H Murray, North,
Steele A Wardell, N E Railroad. D O'Neill A Son,
Ostcndorff A co, O A co, Paul, Welch k Brandes,
F W Paddon A co, C F Panknln, P Poppcnbeimer
A co, D Qnlnn, J R* Read A co, Rleckc k Schachte,
Riordan, Dawson A co, D Ravenel, Strauss A
Vance, W Shepherd A co. Southern Express co,
E H Stelling. D H Silcox, John Thomson A co. A
Tannlunson A co, G W Trott A co, J Thomson, F
von San ten, Vince k co, J II Whitney, Wagner A
Monsees, J W Wilson, S H Wilson, R Whlto, u w
Williams k co, J N M Wohltinan, J H Wehmann,
Br bark Atlantic, Vernon, Newport, Eng-37
days. Railroad iron. To Mure k co and order.
Br sehr Mary k Susan, Johnson, Eteuthera, Bah
-4 days. Fruit. To A fannie.
Sehr E F Canada, Swain, Philadelphia-7 days.
Coal. To the Master and C W Selgnlous.
Sehr David Watson, Tapley, New York-c days.
Hay and railroad iron. To the Master, Klug k
Gibbon, Railroad agent.
Sehr Ida, Whitehurst, Back River. 2180 bushels
rough ncc. To W 0 Bec A co.
Scbr Palmetto, Powers. North Santee. 2000
bushels rough rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co, WC
Bee k co.
Steamer Dictator, McNelty, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 96 bales sea
Island cotton, 6 bales moss, 211 sacks cotton seed,
oranges and mdse. To J D Aiken k co, Paul,
Welch k Brandes, Frost A Adger, Mantoue A co,
E Kline, 1 A Enslow & co. Southern Express co,
W M Lawton A co, Geo W Williams A co, J Llnne
hen, W B Williams A Son, Kirkpatrick A Witte, J
F Taylor k co, Bollmann Bros, Wilcox, Gibbes A
co, Raoul k Lynah, Plnckncy Bros, T D Eason k
co, and others.
Steamer St Helena, Elliott. Beaufort. 83 bales sea
Island cotton, 6 bales uplands, 102 bags cotton
seed, mdse and sundries. To Jno H Murray, J 1)
Aiken k co, Ravenel A co, W Gurney, J Colcock k
co, Roper k Stoney, Willis A Chisolm, Fraser k
Dill, w M Lawton A co, Cohen, Hanckel A co, Q
H Hoppock, Charlotte Thompson, H Gerdts A co,
Southern Express co, R k A P Caldwell, W U Har?
rison and others.
Steamer General Manigault, Cordes, George?
town, SC. Cotton and sundries. To Shackelford
k Kelly and others.
?Sloop Isabella, Londricb, from Ashcpoo. 1776
uushels rough rice. To L D DeSaussure.
Sloop Julia, Persall, Pon Pon. 200* bushels
rough rice. To W Gurney.
IN THE OFFING.
Br ship Gorilla, Say, from Liverpool.
Nor bark Hombersund, from Liverpool.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
las Adger A co.
Brig G H Ceery, Concklln, Philadelphia-Wm
[toach A co.
Sehr Fawn, Kelly, Wilmington, Dcl-J A Enslow
Sehr Electric Spark, Cornell, New York-J A
Enslow A co.
Sehr Azclda k Laura, Mcindo, West Indies-C
Bart k co.
Sehr W H Steele, Buck, Baracoa-Paul, Welch
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Br bark Iris, Tulloch, a port in Great Britain.
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, New York.
Sehr Archer A Reeves, Ireland, Philadelphia.
Sehr Azelda k Laura, Mcindo, West indies.
Sehr Electric Spark, Cornell, New York.
Sehr Marens Hunter, Orr, New Orleans.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Gulf Stream, McCreery, New York,
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, at Philadelphia,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Allston, Sawyer, ut New York, November
SAVANNAH, November 27.-Sailed, steamships
Tonawanda. for Philadelphia; San Jacinto aud
Huntsville, for New York; Carroll, for Baltimore.
Thc sehr WB Thomas, for Philadelphia, which
started to proceed tn nea on Saturday, came to
an anchor In thc Roads in consequence of head
LIST OF VESSELS
OT, CLEARED AND BAILED KOK THIS POHT.
Ship Bavld Brown, Nichols, cleared.Oct 6
Steamship Marmora, Robinson, cleared_Nov 1
Steamship Adaliu.-, to sail.Nov 20
Ship Gorilla, Say, cleated.Sept 23
Norwegian bark Skjold, Albrcchtsen. sid...oct 31
British bark Vumiiri, Cochrane, sailed.Oct 22
?ark David McNutt, Lockhart, sailed,.Oct W
British bark Apollo, Relnbart, Balled.Oct 20
The Shevo Bloom, Leask, cleared.Nov u
Brig Cecilia, Bistrup, cleared.Sept 30
[trig Georgie, Swan, cleared.Nov 16
schrC E Raymond, Higgins, up.Nov 16
Brig Hampden, Perkins, cleared.Nov 23
NEW YORK ANT* CHARLESTON
FOR NEW YORK.
The first class side-wheel stearn sa ip ^rf<cc?.
CHAItl.KSTON, James Berry, Cnmman-^fffifc?
der, will leave Adger's South Wharf on TUESDAY,
the sot h instant, at 3 o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage engagements, apply to
nov29 2_JAMES AUGER A CO.. Agents.
JpOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
Thc Steamship PROMETHEUS.,
Captain A. B. ?ray, win" leave North,_
Atlantic Wharr THURSDAY, December J, at
o'clock P. M.
For Freight er Passage, apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
nov27_ North Atlantic Wharf.
AST FREIGHT LINE
TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON AND
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Steamship FALCON. J. D. Hor-^S?
sey, Commander, will sall for Balti-jSuLffiE
more on TUESDAY, November 30, at 4 o'clock
M., frcm Pier No. 1, Union Wharves.
OS-Insurance by the Steamers of this line M
per cent, to Baltimore and Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton \. Philadelphia Freights forwarded to Uiat
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional expense for insurance.
By arrangement with the Steamships of the
Baltimore and Bremen Line, sailing Semi-Month?
ly, Through Bills Lading for COTTON will hereafter
be Issued to the latter port on accommodating
?- Through Bills Lading given to PHILADEL?
PHIA, BOSTON and thc CITIES OF THE NORTH?
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply to
COURTENAY A TRRNHOLM,
nov2fl 4 Union Wharves.
Y O R NEW YORK.
Thc superior steamship SARAGOSSA,
Captain C. Ryder, will leave Vander-,^
horst's Wharf, on THURSDAY. December 2d, lsoy,
at - o'clock. RAVENEL A 00., Agents.
QUNARD LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS
Between NEW YORK and LIVER?
POOL, calling at Queenstown.
CUBA, ' SIBERIA,
One of thc above First-class Iron Mail Steamers
are intended to sail as follows:
From Liverpool for New York direct every SAT?
From Liverpool (calling at Cork Harbor) for
New York via Boston every TUESDAY.
From New York for Liverpool (calling at Cork
Harbor) every THURSDAY.
Certificates issued to bring out Passengers from
any part of Europe at lowest rates.
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
CHAS. G. FRANKLYN,
No. 4 Bowling Green, New York.
For Steerage Passage, apply to Trinity Build?
ing, No. lil Broadway, New York, or to
WM. ROACH A CO., Agents,
nov4 1 smw3mos Charleston.
rjIRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay in their.^dp?CfiiL
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, uvmSu
dials. Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segars.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 276 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York._ sept28 Amos
"pACIFIC MALL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier.^f.
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street, ~SL|
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 6th and
2lst of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then thc Saturday preceding.)
Departure of 6th and 21st connect at Panama
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 6th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for
Japan and China December 4, 1809.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance tree.
For Passage Tickets or further information ap?
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf, feet of Canal-Btreet, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
R GARDNER'S BLUFF
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON
PKBDBE RIVER VIA GEORGETOWN.
The Steamer GENERAL MANI
CAULT-, Captain H. 8. Cordes, is._
now receiving Freight at Middle Atlantic"
and will leave as above on THURSDAY MORNING,'
For engagements apply to
SHACK EL1X1RD A KBLLY, Agents,
nov29 3 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
OR E DI S T 0 ,
ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE AND WAT LAND?
The steamer ST. HRLRNA, Cap?
tain H. D. Elliott, will leave as abovet_
To-MORROW MOUSING, at 2 o'clock, and*
WEDNESDAY MORNING at l o'clock.
Freight received THIS DAY nntll sunset.
J. H. MURRAY, Agent,
Thc Steamer leaves again FRIDAY MORNINO, at
6 o'clock, and Idlsto SATURDAY MORNING, at o
o'clock. nov20 i"
OR FERNANDINA, FLORIDA,
INLAND ROUTB VIA BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK AND
ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINCS
ON THE GEORGIA COAST.
Steamor PILOT BOY. Captain _ .
Fenn Pock, will leave Charleston JS??M
for above pointa every SUNDAY MORNING, at 6
o'clock. Leaving Savannah MONDAY MORNING,
at 9 o'clock.
Returning, she wIU leave Fernandina on TUES?
DAY AFTERNOON, after arrival of the train from
Cedar Keys and Gainesville; leaving Brunswick
same evening; leaving Savannah for Charleston,
via Beaufort, on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 3
For Freight or Passage apply to
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
nov24 South Atlantic Wharf.
"T_j*-XTRA TRIP TO BEAUFORT AND
CHISOLM'S LANDING ON AND AFTER
Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain - ^r^H^S
Fenn Peo*, will sail for above ^.?viS?
points every FRIDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock. Re?
turning, will leave Beaufort same evening to suit
the tide. J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
?poR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain " ^JP*0^
W. T. McNelty, will sail from^E^i^^
Charleston every TUESDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock,
for above pointa.
Steamer "CITY POINT." Captain George E. Mc?
Millan, will Hail from Charleston every FRIDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock for above points. Connect?
ing willi all railroads at Savannah going South
and West. Connecting with the Florida Railroad,
at Fernandina, for Cedar Keys, rrom which place
steamers connect with Mobile and J?cw Orb ans.
Connecting, at 1'alatka, with Hart's steamers lor
the Oclawuha River. Through Bills or Badins
given for freights to Mobile and New Orleans.
Freights payable on the wharf. All goods remain?
ing OB the wharf at sunset will be stored at risk
and expense of owners.
(Signed) J. D. AIKEN' A CO.,
rp 0 W A G E .
Tue Steamer SAMSON having ? -rT'"0'*.
been recently put In thorough or- ??S&t?SSm
der, is now ready to tow vessels to aim from sea,
and the phosphate works on thu Ashley and Coop?
For engagements, apply on board, to Captain
W. P. ADAIR, or at thc oillcc of the Agency, East
Hay, opposite Accommodation Wharf.
gUPERlOR COLOGNE WATER.
.Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. H. BABB.
oct5 No. 131 Meeting street.
?pOR NEW TORE-M ERCHANT'S
LINE-THE ONLT REGULAR LINE.
The schooner MINNI B, Hudson, Master,
having largest portion cargo engaged, will
meet with prompt dispatch.
nor29 3_WILLIAM ROACH A 00
OR LIVER POOL
The British ship MUSCONGUS, W. M. fl.
Grove?, Master, having a large portion uf^SsSi
her cargo engaged, will have dispatch. For
freight engagements apply to
novan_RAVENEL A CO.
The fine British Bark DALKEITH, Lang
wtll, Master, has a considerable portion of
her cargo engaged and going on board.
For Freight engagements apply to
ROBT. MURE A CO..
nov2 . Boyce's Wharf.
EXCURSIONS TO ALL POINTS OF
INTEREST AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast sailing and romfortably ap- ??
pointed Yacht ELEANOR will now rcflnraeSSsi
her trips to all points in the harbor, starting
EVERY MORNING, at io o'clock, and every AFTER?
NOON, at 3 o'clock, from South Commercial
For Passage or Charter, apply next door south
of the Mills House. novs 3mos
fatten ?co?ts, Ut.
BAZAAR, No. 363 KING STREET,
CORNER GEORGE, ,
J. ARCHER, PROPRIETOR.
I would respectfully inform my numerous cus?
tomers that 1 have returned from New York, and
have received perstcamors Manhattan and James
Adger 60 cases assorted merchandise, comprising
everything in the NOTION, HOSIERY, SHIR!,
I TIES and general fancy line. My stock, at pres?
ent, ls the largest ever offered in this city. My
position with importers and Manufacturers, "as
a CASH buyer," gives me many advantages, ena?
bling me to sell all goods at least from 25 to 30
per cent, less than those holding old stock previ?
ously bought on CREOIT.
Odd lots given away.
Pnce list on application.
BAZAAR, No. 3C3 KING STREET,
The Ladies' Favorite Store.
aw Several smart, intelligent Youths wanted.
novo Imo_ _
Once said If we only knew where the resident
citizens made their purchases there we should get
well served. To sueh we offer
The ladies who desire the latest styles of fash?
ionable Head Dressing, Curls, Chignons or
Braids, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Thc gentlemen who desire to be presentable In
Adonis attire, for Wigs,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
AU who desire tho best German Colognes,
Go to M. k A. ASHTON.
For Diadem or Coronal Combs, all
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Those who require the best Extracts,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Every one who desires good Hair Brushes or
Combs, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Of necessity all who require a good Tooth
Bruah, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For genuine Tale de Venis, all must
Co to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Hair Dyes and Regenerators, nearly aU
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
In fact, aa who require genuine goods from the
following houses :
Society Hygi?nique, ) . Bailey's, ) .
Lubln's, -S Atkinson's, g
Cowdroy's, ts Gosnell's, s
Plvcr, Lowe A Sons, }.?
Guerlain, o Yardley,
Henry A Demarson, J Rowlands A Sons, ?
Cowland, ) ?
As also, Ven?s Goods m their line from every
rcpatable manufacturer m thc States,
Go to M. k A. ASHTON,
No. 240 King street,
Five doors from Market street,
0 It Ii A U M A JURS.
Have removed to No. 147 KING street, f ve doors
below their former Btand, whero they will he
pleased to see their former patrons and friends,
and the pubUc generally.
Mr. Jura has just returned from the North with
a large and well selected stock of Foreign and
Domestic clotHs, Beavers, Coatings, Doeskins,
Casslmsrea and Vestings.
A fine assortment of Gents' Furnishing Coods,
which wUl bc sold at a very small profit.
Gentlemen In want of any of the above artistes
will do well to saU before purstiaslng oluewWsra.
os >n m Ul
MENKE A MULLER,
No. 3 2 5 Kine STREUT,
Three Doora below Liberty street.
Have jost received and opened a large and fine
assortment of Men's Youths' and Boy's CLOTH?
ING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS, Business and Dress Suits,
White and Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, Ac,
English and Domestic Half Hose, Alexander's
and Couvisier's Kid Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskin,
Calfskin: Cloth, Cassimcrc, Tweed; Silk and
Thread Gloves, Unen and Paper Collars, Cravats,
Neck Tics, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Suspenders,
Also, a large and well assorted stock of BROAD?
CLOTH, CASS1MKRE, DOESKIN, BEAVER
CLOTH, Ac, a large variety of the new style Pants
and Vest Patterns, which we offer to seU by piece,
yard or pattern, or make up into garments by
measure, lu thc latest styles.
Our stock has been selected with great earc,
and prices marked very low, In plain figures.
Being oonildent that we can offer Inducements
nnequalled by any other house, wc soUclt buyers
in our Une to give us a call before purchasing
All orders wiU receive our prompt and very
Entire satisfaction is guaranteed,
iilacljinerrj, dustings, Ut.
jy^EETING STREET FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING TUB IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills,
Sugar MUN, sugar Mills, Sugar BoUere and
Pans, of all sizes.
Uorec-Powers and Gin Bearing, from 6 to 10 feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, ??r Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to noose Fror ta and
Castings for Buildings, Cratings, Ctstarn Covers,
Sash Weights, Ac, Ac.
WILLIAM S. H ENERBY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
No. .114 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ang4 m wa _
WAGON AXLES, COMMON, CONCORD,
Iron Hub, and Solid Collar, of sup? nor
quaiiiy and finish. Also, Manufacturera of Ma?
chinery, Patent Steam and Bell Forge Hammers,
Power Shears, Car Axles, Windlass Necks, Truss
Shapes, Crowbars, Boiler Fronts, Cast Iron Jack
Screws, Patent Swage Blocks, Tire Benders, Forg?
ings and Castings. Address, for Price List,
LYMAN KINSLEY A CO.,
nov24 imo Cambridgeport, Mans.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATIS,
No. 92 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
WM. C. ALEXANDER...PRSSISMNT
Organized September, 1859.
CASU ASSETS OVER.$10,8OS,0H
ANNUAL INCOME OVER.% 5,e00,0?e
AU PROFITS divided annually among the assured.
Hs losses arc paid promptly.
All its POLICIES ARE NON-FORFEITING.
0. A. BOWEN, of JAMES ADGER SC CO., Resident Agent.
WM. B. SHAW, No. 141 Meeting street, General Agent, Charleston, S. C.
nov24 winn mo
ijarotoare, ?ntUrrj, &z.
JJ ART 4 CO.,
HARD ~W ARE MERCHANTS?
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. D. COB?*. ?. S. HABT. N. 8. HART. T. MORAN. JOHN V. M'NAMEK.
WH0LE8ALE STORE, No. 39 HAYNE STREET; RETAIL STORE, CORNER KING AN?
MARKET STREETS. *
BAR IRON, MILL ROCKS,
PLOUGHlSrEBL, BOLTING CLOTH,
NAILS, CIRCULAR SAWS,
METALS, FAN MILLS,
GUNS, HOES, PLOUGHS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
ALSO, A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
RODGERS* TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLATED AND BRITANNIA WARE,
HOUSE FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
sept24 fmwSmos nae
"Brags, ?tijetnical?, #r.
IE USING AFTER t
H is sold by Druggists evcrywiiere.
MCKESSON A ROBBINS,
JOHN P. HENRY,
Wholesale Agents, New Yera.
G. "W. AIMA R. CHARLESTON,
AGHNT FOR DR. TCTT'S
Or. Winiam TI. Tu*:
DEAS SIR-As a Hair-Dresser for the last twenty-five years, in Europe and the United States, i
have tried aU kinds of HAIR DYES, and lt affords me pleasure to say that yours ls superior to aay
vet Introduced. For the last few years, I have used it. in preference to all others, with entire Wmlt?m
(lon. C. BALZEAU,
No. 198 Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
Prepared at the Laboratory of
WM. H. TUTT A LAMB,
nova mwalmo ,_
QHECKS ON NEW TOBE
BILLS ON ENGL ANO ANO FRANCE
STERLING AND FRANCS
ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS,
By LESESNE & WELLS, 1
nov2 3mos No. 10 BROAD STREET.
Clothing ano ?nrmetung (Smoos.
Wc nave received by last steamers aa invoice ol
Heavy, Fine and Medium CLOTHING, in Biolley's
Beaver, AU-Wool Melton, French, Scotch aad
American Cossimcre Over Sucks, Double-breasted
Beaver Sacks, French Tricot, Scotch Cheviot, Fine
Casslmere, Dress and Business Suits, all of our
own manufacture, Just made in the latest styles.
A good assortment of HEAVY CLOTHING, me?
dium quality, of other manufacture.
We are selling entire Business Suits at $10, $12,
(14, (18, (21, (22, (20 and (30. Dress Suits at
(18, (23, (30, (35, (37, (39 and (50.
Dress Frocks from (lo to (30.
Sacks and English Walking Coats, from $5 te
Pantaloons from (3 to (13.
Vests from $1 50 to $7.
Wc warrant all Clothing of our own manufac?
ture equal in all respects to thc beet ordered
Our "PK RF KOT SHIRT" at (2 arid (3. Heavy
White and Colored Merino Undershirts and Draw?
ers at (1. Fine Merino Shirt? and Drawers, Can?
ton Flannel and Jean Drawers. Flue Linen Col?
lars at (1, $1 50 and (2 per dozen. Cloth, Kid,
Beaver and Dogskin Gloves, Merino and Cotton
naif Hose, Bows, Ties, Ac, Ac, at extremely low
Heavy Doable and Twist Cussiracrcs at retail at
fl per yard.
air One Price and no deviation.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS & PAT KER,
No. 207 KINO STREET,
Store formerly occupied hy McDutf Cohen,
novl? mwf imo
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Uomer Meetinc street, and Horlbcck's ABcy,
Charleston, S. C.
Plan9made to order and work executed promptly,
ASTRAL OIL ?
SO CHANGE OF LAMPS
-Wffl not Explode
ijcgiB&S hujier maa ?
i equalled 1
Bax 3050. lid
Send far circulars, wjeh|i
For ??ale by the Agents in Charleston,
GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO.,
sent? mwf fimos No. 23 Hay ne street.
mum HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ABS ALL DISEASES OP Tfil
STOMACH AND LIVER.
THBY ARB EZCOKMEM7ED BT TES
HEGEMAN As CO.,
AGENTS, NEXT YORK.
Marafactnred Ly C. F. PANKNIff,
CHDCST ANS AP0THECAE7,
CHARITES TON, s. <x
SSrh'nr Sal? by Druggist' Evcrtfich?re. ""5*
feb 15 mw ayr
QALii LRNIA VINEGAR HITTERS.
For sale by DR. H. BAEIt,
novil No. 131 Meeting strtjH.