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THUKSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1869.
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JTEWS OF THE DAY.
-Gold closed at 23J.
-Cotton closed in New Tori steady, with
eales of 35t?0 bales at 35>?c.
. -in Liverpool cotton closed steady and un
-The Wyoming Territorial Legislature has
passed a woman suffrage bilL
-The Pope prohibits the conespoudenr of thc
London Times from enterlug the Papal States.
-The Welland Canal in Canada has a large
??usutlty of ice, aud it will bc closed in a few
- -Sundry former Confederate blockade-runners
have baen chartered in England for the Suez
-lt ls now stated that General Prim shows a
decided leaning in the direction of the Republi
<can party In Spain.
-Negotiations for the telegraphic connection
:at Constantinople with the islands of the Tuiki-h
Archipelago are nearly completed.
-Emile Olllvier's political programme is gain?
ing friends among the Liberals of the French
Corps, and thc formation of a parliamentary min?
istry under Ollivier will be possible
-Another large lot of arms, destined for Cuba,
have been seized in Port Marla, in thc Islam! of
Jamaica. Thc arms were landed by a boat pur?
sued by Spanish cruisers, lt ts said.
-The witt of the late Paul N. Spofford, who died
on the 29th of last October, bequeathed property
estimated at four millions of dollars, chiefly to bo
dlvluc* be:ween his widow and his six children.
-Thc special commission from Japan to the. i
Hawaiian Inlands has sailed from San Francisco,
and expect to negotiate a treaty with the king?
dom for the protection of Japanese immi?
-It is said that the vote of Georgia for thc rati?
fication ofthe Fu'teeqth amendment will complete ,
the necessary number, and that Senator Merrill's
b l. for the reconstruction of that State will have 1
the effect of securing the ratification of the 1
-The Wlnnepeg half-breed insurrection in the .
British Northwest ls dyiagout. Only nrty in?
surgents remain under arms at Fort Garry. Tlie
results of the late council are not known, but lt
ls thought the rebels will luvite Governor Mc- !
Dougall to take the reins of government.
-McFarland, through his counsel, made a ,
?taiement on Monday, before the jury of inquest, (
on the death of Richardson, at New York, to the
effect that he awaited for his vindication thc ira- :
partial trial guaranteed him by the laws of tho ? I
State.- He was committed to await the action of ;
the grand jury.
-A large mass meeting of German citizens was ,
held In Philadelphia on Saturday night to adopt '
measures in behalf of Br. Schoeppe, who ls under '
sentence of death for thc murder of Miss Stein- 1
?edee, at Cardale. Dr. Albert Frlcke presided. Ad- ]
dresses were made by Frederick Dittman. Esq., ,
Prank Wells% Esq., and Dr. Kellner, and r?solu?
tions were adopted protesting agatnst the carry?
ing out of the sentence of the court, lt was an?
nounced . that petitions praying for a reprieve
woola be circulatetl and sent to the Governor.
-Thc Postmaster-General, In his annual report,
calls attention to the growing abuanof the frank
lng privilege now enjoyed by over 30,000 officials,
and Involving an expense of $5,000,000, which he
justly characterizes as "n special privilege granted
to a favored class at the expense of the many."
He presents a strong array of reasons for its abo?
lition, not the least of which ls found lu the in?
curable abuses and frauds which seem to be in?
separable from its exercise. The remarks of tho
Postmaster-General in regard to thc press, man?
aged and directed by private enterprise, as bein/
more able than Congress to enlighten tho masses,
and that it would be better to abolish the frank?
ing privilege, and carry newspapers frov. without ?
regard to weight, throughout tl-.c United i
Indicates a wise appreciation of this preates: >f i
all popular lustitutlous'for the diffusion ol .ai.?: ::i- ?
-A New York letter or the 5th Instant says:
'The feeling against Beecher was mar.ife.-ted in
Plymouth Church this morning by the absence of !
several prominent memoers. yuite a number or ?
pews were occupied, uot by their owners, but by ]
?trangers, who were anxious to hear what the ?
great divine had to say in -regard to the Brandal,
in which he had p'.iTtd so promluent a part. Tho '
Okies: members were absent, aud I know of one
good lady who does not lutend to occupy lier
pew in Plymouth Church at the expiration of th'
present year. There were allusions made In ?
Hearly all the churches to the grc.it scandal,
which continues to be mere and more the lead- 1
lag sensation of the day: but the clergy, as if out j
Of respect for the craft, do not have much to say 1
Of the parts their brethren Frotningham and |
-Beecher, had taken iu the eveuts of the past week. ]
'Only they pointedly alluded t j our "social order,"
to the laws or divorce and the "influences of wo- '
saan," and in most instances ld their congrega- '
lions draw their ?wu morai in the light o: the i
revelations so abundantly placed berore them Ly (
the public pres?." I
-The President desires thc representatives of all
the European and North and South American
Governments at Washington to enter. Jointly and
aeverally, into negotiations with the L'nitcd
States, and with each other, with a view of con
dndingajolnt convention tor the establishment ,
o? cable lines between thc United States and the ,
various countries thus represented. Ou the 23d J
of November Secretary Fish transmitted to all dir
IPBiSUra * i?::cr, la irhicii tte sa?s :a; 4 '
President desires to conclude a convention i
on the basis of security of the cable lines
in time of peace and war against wilful or
wanton destruction or injury, by declaring
that such acts shall be deemed acts of piracy,
and so punished; also, that stu table provisions to
encourage the future construction of ocean lines,
and that- hereafter no exclusive concessions sba!"
be made without the joint action of the two gov?
ernments whose shore., are to be connected. Tho
scrutiny of messages bj government odlciaia in
favor of the power controlling cither end is, i:i
the opinion of the President, calculated to lead u>
trouble; therefore he proposes :o have a provision
against i:. This project ?? submitted Pimply asa
basis for future discussion, should the' leading
powers concur with tha United States ia consider?
ing the subject cue for International considera?
tion and jurisdiction.
WE beg to remind the advertising
friends of THENEWS, that we will publish, a.s
asnal, a few days before Christmas, a list of
our Christmas advertisers, calHii.tr particular
attention to stoc-lcs of goods chosen for the
holiday season. Iii this way, advertisers in
THE NEWS will enjoy a wider and more at?
tractive publicity than can bo giver, them by
any other newspaper in the State.
Ill tile Swamp.
The eulogist of the Emperor Severus,
(colored.) writes in a sentimental strain of
transforming the swamp lands " from a wil?
derness to au elysium, "and says that "what
"is mainly wanted is an accurate survey of
"the swamp territory, and next, a pian for
"accomplishing its reclamation." This is
very pretty, und public support will undoubt?
edly be given to any practical suggestion,
having for its object tho conversion of mo?
rass and marsh into far-reaching fields,
fleecy with cotton, or ripe with golden
grain. It has not, however, entered into
the head of Governor Scott that, in a pecu?
niary sense, thc wisdom would be doubtful of
spending millions in draining swamps,
while every county in the State has thou?
sands of fertile acres, sighing for the rmisic
of the plough and hoe-eager to be smitten
by the hand of labor, ready to yield a rich
return to enerby and toil Until the fertile
lands already cleared aro absorbed by in?
creased population, or until they are largely
raised in price by steady competition, it wiU
not, it would seem, be profitable to exhaust
our means in reclaiming even "one million
"of acres of inexhaustible fertility." Our
first duty is to the land we have; when Hitit
is occupied, the turn of the swamps will
And we may politely remind our clas?
sical Governor that there is nothing new in
tho recommendation, that steps be takeu for
bringing the swamp lands into cultivation,
lu l>?ti, tho Hon. Alexander Mazyck, then
representing the Parish of St. Jamos Sanlee.
introduced into the State Senate a bill .. to
"promote the draining and improvement of
"inland swamps." This bill was ratified on
December 20, and is still on the statute
books. It allows two-thirds of the proprie?
tors of ?uland swamp lauds to become, a
body corporate, for the purpose of draining
and improving the same; provides for tiic
construction of the necessary wor!c3 upon
the lands of persons not members .of tho
association; and makes all lauds drained and
improved by any corporation, liable for tim
debts of the corporation.
Under this act ?ill the swamp lands in tho
State could be drained and improved-ii
there was a ready market for thorn at prices
high enough to tempt foreign capital to em?
bark in the venturo. This Ls the real trou?
ble; one which neither pathos nor rhetoric
can easily overcome. Time will doit; but
not Governor Scott. 1
We have often heard of the conscience of j
a corporation as being tantamount to no
conscience a!, all. Wc have now a new illus?
tration of this rroat principle. The weakly
reviewer of the Boston Reflector has given
an elaborate judgment in regard to the
"ta/cinq possession of Uti: properly of the
"deserter Twiggs" by General Huiler, who.
lie says, "did ueithor more nor less than his
"duty." We admire this kind way of put?
ting Spoon-Dills' caso before the public. An
Old Bailey lawyer couldn't do bettor for a
aousc-breaker than lo impress upon a jury
mis now definition of larceny-lt Ls morely
the takinir possession of property-tito ac?
cession of a worthy gentleman to an inher?
itance which Providence l.jtl provided for
liim. But the reporter adds, as if this ex?
tenuation slill left some ug'.y questions for
Butler to answer, "Ho seized [stole?] that
"property for tho benefit of tho national
"government, IL wo3 all accounted for to
"government-swords and plate, and every?
thing else. General Butler Ls not a penny
"the richer for the seizure [theft] of Ute
"rebels' goods and chattels. He made that
"property [plunder] over to General Banks
"when he waa superseded by that comman
"der, and General Baaks faithfully [for there
"is honor among thieves] accounted for it
"to government. Twiggs' [stolen] swords
"are now tn Washington in charge of the
"Treasury Department. Not a speck rests
"upon General Butler's reputation [for you
"cannot blacken charcoal.H
We pul tho explanations in brackets so as
Lo bring out this precious specimen of casu?
istry. Everybody knows that Hie receiver I
is as bad as the thief; bal here, says tile re- i
porter. t!*.c gorer.iraeni is thc receiver. Our
reply is, that thc rule works both ways, and
tko thief is as bad as the receiver. To taker
property that does not belong to yon is theft, 1
and tho character ci the ucl is changed 'ni
no respect by the use made of the booty,
lt may bo stolen for one's government., fur
inc's family, for one's soil'. Hobin Hood
aras not tho lest* a robber because he often
?U le [rom the rich and gave to the poor.
Ls the modern captain of banditti a bolter
nay, a spotless man-when he despoils the
poor to give to the rich ': Or is tin.- rob! ry
gloriiiod by the circumstance tSutt it pillaged
;he codie of a dead wu: nor and wrests from
ns heirs the most -acred trophies of bis re- ?
sown? The houor of tho government 1>
concerned in disgorging spoils ol' tL'is sort
'rom its Treasury vaults,. Bankruptcy will
cot ensue, though everty m?morial of the
lead ts restored, au I every spoon, wotch,
[irooch and marriage ring carried away from
tho homes and the persons of Hie living.
A cOMCUBuEMT resolution was offered iu
the House of Representativos yesterday, re?
quiring thc State Treasurer to make a s.ate
ment of thc relations between the Stat i and
the "Financial Aient." That businsss
wants ciftiD?-, rr/, whitey shiog.
The difficulty of obtaining notes of sm sill
denominations, is adding to i'.ie embarrass?
ment caused- by the st"in:;ency in the
Charleston money market. There is not
nearly enongh capital in the South for car?
rying on ils legitimate trails; nor have the
Southern States their just proportion" of thc
currency or" the country. The Bastera
?talos wi?, we presume, resist any now dis?
tribution o? the currency, which would give
the South a larger share, but the West and
South should be able, before long, to wrest
from Nev England a measure of lardy jus?
tice. Until then, it is not much lo ;:sk that
thc .Secretary of tho Treasury supply thc
South with notes small enough for use in
general business. At this time our bankers
can o'/iaiti from tin? Northern financial cen?
tres only uotes of one thousand dollars,
which cannot be circulated in thc country
or city. Smaller bills may be had at a half
per cen*, premium, but lhere is no valid rea?
son why this tax should be imposed upon
We do not expect the Secretary of the
Treasury to print greenbacks for our pecu?
liar benefit; all that we ask is that the Trea?
sury Department exchango, or demand,
large bills for bills of low denominations.
Unless this be done, the stringency which
now exists may increase in intensity, for
" one thousand dollar bills" itt giving ease
to our money market, are of no use what?
Complaints of tue scarcity of small''ills
arc common ir. the North, but tho pinching
is worat iu the South, whore the financial
shoe is smallest.
The New York Times says :
?. We hope we shall not be suspected of atter
in; on ungenerous taunt, when we say that
South Carolina is not exactly in a position to
taik about '. pledging its last dollar and man to
the government,' in case of war. We certain?
ly mean no oflence in asking whether South
Carolina would not rio bettor to think about
devoting Its 'last dollar andaman' towards the
restoration of its own impoverished resour?
Thc only ungenerous thing about it is, the
assumption chat '. South Carolina " had any
idea of pledging men or money for any
such purpose. The .' General Assembly"
did say something of the kind, but that, you
know, is a very different matter.
Ix the United States Senate. Senator Ferry
oiTercd a resolution by which it is proposed
to relievo all persons now disqualified by
the third section of the Xi Vt h Constitu?
tional Amendment. Senator Sawyer, of South
Carolina, "proposed aa ar amendment that
>'tio person who served as an officer iu tiic
.. rebel anny or navy should be so receiver!,
"and the resolution itseli should :tot go into
"effect till all the States were restored to
We bad hoped better t-iitiirs front Mr. Saw?
yer. Those evil communications must be aw?
TUE bill " to better protect holders of in
"surance policies." has passed the Senate
and is expected to parlue lions j-after ti
I N G ' S M O ? NT Al N MILITARY
SCHOOL, TOURVILLE, S. c.
Thc Firs? Session ot tho school year of will
begin on the ls; of February. 1870.
Tenn?-Fur school expenso-, including tuition,
board, washing, lights, rael, nooks !'.::.! station?
ery, 8135 In currency, per session or live months,
payai?!.1 tn atttanw.
For circulars containing full particulars, appij
to C0L0.VKL .\. COWARD,
deco tums Principal and Proprietor.
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PEO
I PERTTof any kind may he adv rtlscd for
?al? ia tula column, ai the rate of iii couts for
twenty words or less, eacu. insertion, if paid ia
FOIL SALE, A No. 1 EINE SPRINGER,
about to calve. Apply at No. 15 Si. Phillp
stirer, dees 1*
HOUSES AND MULES. - THE SVJU
SCRIBER has and wi:; keep on band ;i con?
stant supply of MI LES AND HORSES ar ?lia
Stables, Qnecn street, between Friend und Ma
zyek. 1?. WEST.
!\ov22 rn th
I710!; SALE, THE NEW AND COM
. MOD10US yacht MARY El.I.A. capacity -ix
tons, in complete order. For tenn?, Ac., apply to
T. D. CLANCY A CO., No. 141 East Day.
FOR .SALE. EICHT PLANTATION
MULES, and twelve \o\e of OXEN. Pur
sale by FHA. Eli ft DILL. Factors, Adder's North
FOR SALE THAT DESIRABLE LES1
DENCE, No. :;s Sotitli Bay. Apply to ?:?>;?
EltT BEE. N". ? Adder's Wliarf. 00128 th
F?Jit SALE, AN EXCELLENT VAR?E
TY of UPLAND COTTON SEED. ' Delivered
a: the.South carolina Railroad, In hags of 'wo
bushels, ft .".0 per bushel for four bushels or less,
?I 25 per bushel for six bushell* or more. Apply
to GEORGE E. WHALKY, st. Matthew's P. o..
Orangcburg County, s. c. decs Smos
FOR SALE. THE STOCK, FIXTURES
and GOOD WILL or Store N<>. 102 King
street, consisting of PROTP, Segar* and soda
Water Manufactory. Apply at thc Store.
MR. BENJAMIN LO EDY HAS ARRIV
ED with ll head of YOUNG MOLES AND
HOUSES at CHRISTOPHER'S STABLES. No. 600
King street. For sale low. deco 4*
FOR SALE OR RENT A PLANTATION
Situated on the Ashley Uiver, a few miles
irom tho city, containing about one hundred
acres, onc-liolf cleared, with comfortable dwell?
ing and necessary outbuildings. If no' .sold i>y
tbc?oili instant, the owner will be willing to Iel
the premises io a renonslbie party with usinant
capital, to bo planted on shares. For inrtiierin- j
formal loa apply to Ycuuing's Wharf, south of I
Cftlhuun Street. ik.i'4 j
TT^OR SALK, SEVERAL YOUNG WORK
JJ HORSES AND SIDLES. :it J. CHRISTO
PH EB'S Stables, Ko. soo Kine sive:. ?ic-:
ONE FIRST-OLASS EIGHT ll OESE
strictly l*OETABLE ENCLNE and BOILER.
Out! Steam Portable Cmaa-cul urW???.l Sawing
Machine. Por sate ai CA M Kit >N, BAKKI F.Y ft j
co. naval 12 I
TA Ol: SALE. STEAM PORTARLE
' CROSS-CUT OK WOOD SAW I NU MA
CUINES, K: ::;'? patent, s;ii,.ii,:<' for cutting cuni ?
woo ;. shingles, staves or clapboard blocks, and
particularly adapted tothewautsof railroads,
wood contractors, wood yard, saw mill, anti lam
ber uicn generally. For lids iiiaciiiue wc claim |
precedence over anything of the kind ever at-1
tempted. AH parties m.. rested and Ute public
?rc united t<< a e this machine ?ii operation daily I
from ll o'clock A. M. to 1 P. M., al the Artesiau
tVel! Lot, conicr Meeting and Wentworth, streets.
stat? ir County rights, or single machines for
"air. Apply lu CAMERON, BAEl?LEI ft Co.
deua ln.o _
DRIKTING PRESS FOR SALL AT A
Jt GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY
?.t.'B PRESS ia complete repair, lt IM-; beeil bat
little used, an I ls Bold simpo because che present
owner ?.?.sao usc for it. The size of the bcd ut
tit? press is r<.r: v-four ny Ofty-clgbt inches, said
Press w!U bc M?id at a great bargain if applied for
a:- once, as tuc room it occupies is wonted :?.r
other purposes. Address Lox Se. O7L?.". Saw York
?)i3rticultnrc, ?^ricnilnrc, Us.
ORNAMENTAL TREES, ROSES,GREEN?
HOUSE PLANTS, Ac-Con s isrinjr of ihctn-sl
sorvJoponxa Plantsaiirt Plowers FruJtTreesnnd
ct :ur Kurs ry Plants. Catalogues can bc got on
the premises, Spring street; second door west of
Rutledge avenu ..
ic? stuas* Wil. FE5??S0&
TT7ANTS OP ALL KINDS CAN BE
T T made known to everybody In tills column
at rhe rate of 25 cents for twenty words or less,
efl'.-!! inserUiin. ir paid in ad'aace._
T?T\NTKD. A SITUATION ~?T COOK
v T and Washer. Can sive good references
ii required. Apply at Ne. ii Barn's Lane,
WANTED^ A ^ITUATIO^" BY A
. respectable White f?r!, tu mind children
o;- -io housework. Anuir at : hu ? fil ce.
dees i* . ? ?
TTTANTED 3 Y A LADY, ? SITUATION
? v In a genteel family, as housekeeper or to
m tko herself gen ?rally useful. No other compen?
sation thu:; a good home required. .\;?j>iv al the
corner of Hay and Ashley streets. de ?9 l*
TTTANTED. BY A YOUNG MAN FROM
? f the up-cunntry, a Sltuatloa in scum Whole?
sale or Retail ??ouse. Caa Influence trade, or
would travel for some legitimate business. Ad?
dress MORRIS, Office o' TOE NEWS. dees ia*
TTTANTED. A SITUATION AS St'lT.U
> V LNTENUENT on a I'.ice Plantation by a one
a. ni l man, who hos seven years1 experience in
lt i ce culture, and good recommends tiona from Ins
f irmer employer*. Please address tv. B. v.*.,
Cita rles ton, S.e.. decs
THAXTED.-A YOUNG M ABUTED MAN,
V V 28 years old. would like to take che.:-.- of
a ??."?re Cottou Plantation, in tho State of South
Carolina. Any one in want of a Rood, faltliful
overseer, will do well io address the undersigned.
Cati give the best of references. Coo;! steady
habits, and no? troubled with politics. Addre
for nw months, p. w. EDWARDS, portland,
.Maine. novin imo*
TTTANTED. A SITUATION AS CLERK,
Vf in a Wholesale Drug -Store, or a larjre Re
tall and Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go in. the country. Will expect but a small com?
pensation at first. The applicant is :t graduate of
the Souci Carolina Medical College. Address M.
D.. through ftie Posto til cc. _octa
TTTANTED," A ll 0 ESE, NE AB Tl IK
T T centra: part oi ibe city, containing five or
Fix rooms, willi peed outbuildings and water.
Address Bj at this oilier. _sej>t2S
A GENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
J\. sell thc American KNITTiNO MACHINE,
the only practical Family Knitting Machine ever
Invented, ?'nee $25. Will knit 20,000 stitches
per minute. Address American Knitting Machine
Company, Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
TO^T?DTE^^YBODY TO KNOW
>V that JOB PRESTI?O of all kinds, plain
?nd ornamental, la executed promptly in th?
neatest styl? and at the lowest New York prices,
at Tus NEWS Joli Otlicc, No. 14!) RAST BAY. ?.'all
and examine tho scale of prices before giving your
TTTANTED. AGENTS. -TWO HUNDRED
vt and Fifty Dollars per mont.!;, to sell Hie
only Genuine [inproved common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Price only $18. Great in?
ducements to Agents. This ls the most popular
Sewing Machine of the day-makes the famous'
''Elastic Lock stitch'--will do any kind of work
that can be done on any machine. One hundred
thousand sold and the demand constantly in
creasing. Now is the time to take au agency.
Send for Circular*, tur Beware of lnfringers.^03.
Address SECOMB A CO.. Boston, Mas-.; Pats
burg, Pa., or si. bonis. Mo. oe (29 Sm os
HOUSES. FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, cnn readily .<? rented by
advertising them In this column. Thc rato is 23
;ents for twenty words or less, each insertion, ii
paid in advance.
rpo TIENT, A SUiTE o? ROOMS, PLEAS
J. AM LY situated. Apply yt No. 12 Mont noue
street. * d<-?i
TO RENT, THE STORE Na 140 MEET?
ING STREET. Terms moderate. Apply at
No. iHf. Heeling; street. daca ?'"
IM) RENT, THE UPPER PART OF A
. nous E. Apply In thc IJquor Store corner
m john an t King .-tree's. decs tl*
rpo KENT. THE TWO AND A HALF
J. STORY BRICK RESIDENCE. Meeting street,
IM twi CO Society and Wentworth street, east side,
? ontaiuing foursquare rooms, two attics, pantry,
and dressing room, with cistern and necessary
outbuildings. Apply al HARTS Hardware Store,
corner King and Market streets. * decs
IM) KENT, A FINE STOliE WITH FIX?
TURES for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lane and East Boy. To au approved
tenant rent wU! be $10 per month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with ure places, back piazzas
and cistern water on c.-erv story. The rooms
will be rented singly if prof erred, luqufrc of Mr.
ROSE 011 the premises. octlO
Loot ano iouii?.
T OST AND FOUND AGAIN.-?F YOU
J.j have lost anything, maka it known to the,
pabilo through this column. The rate for twenty
words or ?ess, oat h Insertion, Ls 20 ceuts, ir paid
DROPPED F?fOM MY WAGON, WHILE
near thc market, yesterday morning, u
PACKAGE ol' PAPERS--one ?1 deed of convey?
ance of a lot of land from s. H. Rodgers to C. G.
H. Jacobi, and two old titles to other property.
The tinder will hn rewarded by applying at Tua
DAILY KKWS Office, lleca i-?
IOST DUBING THE FIRE IN COMING
j street on thc sib instant, a lltttle Colored
Girl named Carrie. Any one who has her, will
relieve the parents by leaving her at Na is Ann
L'uni) for 5a!c.
171LORIDA LAND F O lt S A L B . - A
; vah:::'i!" PLANTATION Of SSO acres in Ma?
rion County, Florida, ts offered at private sale,
about one half cleared sud under cultivation:
part beat hammock. This Plantation h une ol
Ute most desirable in the state: is very produc?
tive iur Cot;.m. Rice, Cora, Sugar, Vogetubles,
Ac: niM fine for Oranges and oilier Fruits: is
located in one of tho healthiest ami most plea?
sant neighborhoods In thcStatc/helng conveni?
ent to railroads, churches, Ac. Apply Co A. B.
MULLIGAN, Cotton Factor, Accommodation
Wharf. Charleston, s. c. novis
pin: ALSTON HOTEL, G. & C. ? R,
MRS.MARYA. ELKINS assisted by hersons,
has opt-nod a new HOTEL, ut Alston, and is pre?
parod i i accommodate tho iravelliaa public. Pas?
senger* oin now get Kuala npon ibe arrival at
Alston of any of the trains. Tho arrangements
of Cue Hotel ?ire oonvcnioui and comfortable, and
good treatment ts gaaraatced to all who may
? allin. deet IS
Drn t??oo?s, &'c.
J^EW SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
TUR TIMI: APPROACHES WREN
W A R M 0 L O T H I N G
Is unavoidable, and the poiut is to know
HOW A.VP WHKttK To GO TO OBTAIN A SUPPLY.
A great many have found out already, ami now
advise their fiends in wan! or
ll R V li O 0 H S
V.? call at
F U R 0 ll i! 0 T T & B R O..
CORXBK Ol' KINO AV? CALHOUN STKCCTS,
Where ".'ry Goods .-..a bc bought toa trrc-.il .i l - ::.
tag t. .\;ti un.':;eahed t.,:
100 pair 10-1 White Blankets, only " . ". worth I
12-4 German Govi rivi .. rr ?rn $4 up.
targe Comforts, ou y
100 pair Kine Dimble Shitwt?, only ?l M. worth I
Arab Shawls, from .?*.. np.
1 ease Brown Cuntou Flannel, ouly I.V.
rani, worth joe.
Heavy Black Heaver Clo'h for Cloaks, only
worth ?-j 75.
A fine assort met:' of Brown Shirtings, Long- !
cloths, Alpacas, Dress Goods, Notions, Ho?
siery Cloy -, Ac., which rave been bought by
Inr?e quantities, and will be sold to satisfy thc I
purchasers in every respect.
FURCIIGOTT & BRO ,
Corni t King and Calhoun streets.
jt'.rA special Department for Boots, Shoe*,
Hats, Trunks, Ac. sold ut correspomliujly k>w
prices. novSS imus
Silb?les lino ijnmcss.
?j A D I,LE It Y W A REH 0 U S E.
W I L L I A M ll A It It A L & C 0 . .
No. 1!? il." V"K STREET.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SADDLES, Rill DI.ES. ILVBNESS, COLLARS,
COACH AND ElABNESS MATERIALS, Ac.
"ITTASKD?GT0N LODGE, No. 5, A. F. M.
y\ The Annual Communication of Woshlng
ton Lodge, No. 5, will bc hold at Masonic Hall
Tuts (Thursday) EVKNISO, at : o'clock, atembara
aro.requcstcd to com? prepared te pay tbeir.tr.
rears. The Treasurer and the Secret ci-y will at?
tend at ;;:i early hour for their especia! accommo?
By or Icrof th* \V. M. C. 1!. SM WA LD,
17JRE1 rNDSCHA PTSBUND. -THE REI : I '
; LAH Sleeting of this Society will be held
Tuts EVEXIXG, al s o'clock. The members ar"
particularly rt uni sted to attend promptly, r.s im?
portant matters in regan! to the new Hall, xe.
will bi* !>?"?>?i!:;:' -.fore them for final action.
By order.. CHAS. SEICLING,
TL LL AND FOR THE ?T?SH-G O I)
! s WK IRELAND.-T?tere will bea Meeting o?
me Emmett Circle, P. M.. held ruts EVENING, at
I'aif-j'ast ; o'clock, at Hlbcnuan IlalL All are re?
quested to be pr. sont, as '?.:stu?,.*s of tho greatest
Importance w??l bo ?aid before tho meeting.
!5y order. G. NUNAN,
decs * Secretary.
?J OUTH f IAROLTNA INSTITUTE.-A
kj Meeting of the Directors will be held at tile
otUcc of thc Secretary, Mo. ZS Broad street, on
Fumar, lott; instant, ul 12M.
WILMOT t;. DSSAUSSURE,
deco J Secretary.
i'nmbcr, fuel, &c.
? 0 A L ! S ? PER 10 R C 0 A L .
.jon fons rt. A. FOO COA!,
loo tons R. A. Stove 'Jo tl
Dailv expected by schooner Talton, and for sjte
low while landing.
SHINGLES, BRICKS, LIME, WOOD, Ac
Orders left nt Almar's, Stroab'S, Adams A Da?
mon's ?ind F. C. Denier's, called for daily at io
o'clock A. M.
No. J Wharf stree:, foot ot Laurens.
? AL! COAL! COAL!
Now landing per Schooner A. ii. Edwards, 330
tons No. 1 quality Red Ash Crate and Stove COAL,
not excelled by any in tin-marker, can be liad
low by applying to F. I'. SEIGNIOUS,
Corner Rust Day and Hasei street, east side.
OAL! COAL ! -COAL!
.WO tons Bed Ash COAL. Egg and Stove 'hos,
dally expected per schooner Active, from Phila?
delphia and for salo low v bile lauding from the
vessel. Orders received at
1!. F. BAKER A CO.'S,
dees 3 No. CO Cumber and street.
US SE LL'S BOOK STORE.
LOUDON'.-? ENCYCLOPEDIA OP AGRICUL?
TURE, illustrated byover 1200 Engravings, $11.
London's Encyclopedia of Gardening, SH. Row
Crops Grow; a Treatise on tin* Chemical compo?
sition, structure and Life <u'the Plant, with nu*
nierousillnstrotioas and Tables of Analysis, by
Professor Samuel \v. Johnson, of Yale College,
$2. Farm Implements and Machinery; tho Prin?
ciples of their Construction and rsc, with sim?
ple and practical explanations of the Laws of
Motion and Force ns applied on the Farm, by
John J. Thomas, with "JsT Illustra:ions, il fio.
Gardening for I'rotlt; a Guide to the successful
Cultivation of the Marker and Family Garden, by
Peter Henderson, finely Illustrated, si to. New
American Form Rook, by Richard L. Alien, re?
vised and greatly enlarged, $2 80. Gardcnlug
fortlie South, or How to Grow Vegetables and
rms, by tho late William N. White, of Athens,
Go., with additions by Mr. J. Van Buren and
Dr. .lames Camak, Illustra tod, SJ. Southern
Farmer sud Market Gardener, bein;: a compila?
tion of useful ari icios, from tho most approved
winers, l>y FianWs S. Holmes, new Edition. ?l
."ii), nigh Farming without Manure; six Lee
?tires on ??rriculUire, delivered ??t the Expcrl?
m. lirai Palin at Vincennes, by George Ville, CO
?..nts. American Fruit Culturist, containing
practical directions for thc Propagation and Cuf
i ure of Fruit Tree ?. Ai*., by John J. Thomas, ti
50. Practical Floriculture; a fluide to tho sec
ceasful Propagation and Cultivation of Florists'
Plants, ?l SO. Pear Culture for Profit, by I*. T.
ouinu, Illustrated, tl. The Practical Poultry
Keeper; a Complete and Standard Cuide to the
Management of Poultry, whether for domestic
use, the markets ur exhibition, $2.
NTEMRYER: a Test Book of Practical Medicine,
With particular reference to Pliyslotosy and Pa?
thology, by Dr. Felix Nlemeyer, ' trans: ited from
the 7iii German Edition, 2 vote., go. Dr. Moritz
Meyer: Electricity in irs Relations to Practical
Medicine, $4?o. J. M. Duncan: a Practical Trea?
tise on Perimetritis ?iud ParanutritK $2 5:'.
John EricErichsea: nie science and Art of Sur?
gery, Illustrated with 830 Engravings, with ad?
ditions by John Ashburn, Jr., A. M., M. D.. ST .VJ.
Caw: a Treatise on the Function of Digestion,
(ts Disorders and their Treatment, by F. Mr*. Pavy,
M. !>.. P. it. s. Garretson: Diseases and Sur?
gery of tho Mouth. Jaws and Associate.! Parts,
by j. E. Oarretson. M. D., niuatrated, s? SO,
Goa th: Injuries and Diseases of thc .laws, Ute
Jai ksonion Prize Essay of the Koral College ot
Surgeons, is<;;, sr.. novo
VTEW AND STANDARD LOOKS
FOU SALE AT
FOE-ARTIE'S DOOK DEPOSITORY.
CATA;.:?<;CK No. 2L
Book Buyers will And it to their advantage tn
consult i ins catalogue. The list Will bu changed
nt I".1*1 unca a week.
THE ADDITIONAL AND SELECTED HYMNS,
from "Hymus, Ancient and Modern," sud
"Hymus for Church aud Howe." prepared ?it
the request of several of Hie Bishops by two
of their number, 1K1 couts.
Ki?- A liberal discount will bc made to Churches
?'anting a supply.
Eadie's Dictionary of thc Bible, r?r thc usc of
young persons, Illustrated, ii i'?.
Plca-tautilours with tho BiUe. s tripturc Queries,
willi a ko7. ? i 25.
Beethoven's Letters. (1790-1826.) from tho Collec?
tion ol Dr. Ludwig Molli, with Portrait. 82.
Morte D'Arthur. >ir Thomas Malory's Book ?..'
Klag Arthur and bia Noble Knights of the
Hound Table, with Introduction by sir K I.
Shadier, Barr. Si
M.'i-i m Gcuesis and in ecology, or thc Biblical Ae
couni of Mon's Creation, testc-l by Scientific
Theories of his Origin ?ind Anti...irv, by Jos.
p. Thompson, D. D., LL. D. fl.
The Great Reformation; by w. Carlos Marlyn,
embracing Luther and his Times, Nether?
lands, '..;\i Century, Huguenots, English Puri?
tans, Pilgrim Fathers. ;> vois. $7.
Tm Kew Biblical Aila.- and Scripture Gazetteer,
w'tii Descriptive Notices of thc Tabernacle
and Ute Temple. Si 25.
.iii.:.'Alias and Gazetteer, with a variety of use?
ful Tables. $1.
Eadie's BlbUcal Encyclopedia, or Dictionary of
Eastern Antiquities, Geography, Theology and
Biblical Literature, illustrative ol thc Old and
Kew Testament, with Maps and Ulustratlons.
Flowers and Festivals, or Directions for thc
Floral Decorations o' Churches, by Barrett,
with Illuminated Designs, S J jj.
Practica: Hints ou Church Floral Decorations, t.y 1
B Lady, with an Introducion by Kev. W. Cres?
ley, with Dowls ns. gi 25.
The Lollards, or soni" account of the Witnesses
for the T.-ulli lu Great Britain from A. D. I4')O
to A.D. 1040, with notice of Events of thc
Early History of tho Reformation. ?1 50.
Litton oh Miraelcs. $1,25.
Pr?paration for Death, from thc Rallan of Alphon?
so, ;:. hop of St. Agatha. TS.
The Family Bible, containing the O;.. and Nev
Testament, wrli brief notes of Critical 1
t (gallons, Marginal Readings, Ac, A ... :; vols.
Tli Me' . Testament -old separately f?r .; 1.
Sew tesl ..:.: .i:i i i'. lim?, C-lOo.
M. H.-Weare r c-.tviug ian:.: oddiUons t* our
nt Hoi: Liv Books, Pocket Bibles. Prayer
;s. r'atiitiy Bibles English Editions, lu ali thc |
most heautil::! i>- .:.:s ?.f bindings, ocr assort
::. ..'. ot B '.<-... .'or the voung 1- Iorgo ami varied. 1
Any Books puldte'i?d III .\r?".y :. :i or Enntpe
s iii free of |Ki.-"ii;- on receipt of publisher's
pffce. Add 'est*
FOi! ARTI E'S P.OOK REPOSITORY,
'.. : 200 King street, thc Bead,] Charleston, s. C.
dc< i stittitnic
Ttj o K E A V M ol J U B S .
Havv r -nov ? : to Mo. ur KING street, five dov
below their farmer stand,whore 1-.-, will '.e
pleased to sec meir former [nitrons and fri ud*, 1
and thc pub'.ii. generally.
Mr. Jurs lias j ust returned from thc Norri; with
ii large and well selected stock of Foreign and
Domestic (tloihs. Bea vers, Coatings, Doeskins,
Cesiduicres aud Vestings.
A r?t: . assortment ol Cents'Furnishing Goods,
which will o,: al a vi ry sma 1 profit.
Geuttemen in want of any of the alto ve articles
will do well to cali before purchasing elsewhere.
oct 11 rath
CJ ilAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at, their residence* promptly an;l at
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
*priil4 No. ?1 Broad street, mp stairs.)
^CADE'MY OF MUSIC,
Lessee and Manager.JOHN T. FORD
Engagement of the B?aatifal and AeeompUah?d
0 II A P M AN SISTERS,
And riie eminent comedian, .
Mr:. C. B. BISHOP.
Supported hy tho OPERATIC COMPANY.
THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 9,
Byron's Famous operatic. Burlesque,
F RA DI A V O L ?.
FRA DIAYOLO.Mi-s REAKCOB CHAPMAN-.
ZERLINA.N.Miss Hf.f.A CnAPXAK.
BEPPO.Mr. C. B. Bts?oi\
To Conclude with Mr. Bishops" prca*, specialty,
W A N T E I) ,
1 00 0 M ILL! N F. R S :
JOE BAGGS, i
..Mr. C.B. BISHOP.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.-?Orchestra Chairs, 31:
or. hestia Circlo, SI; Balcony Chairs, Si; Balcony
i ?ress circle, fi. Entrance on King street, secur
I'I Sea's, -j:, cents additional. Family Circle, .V)
cents, (one-half reserved for colore I families;)
Gallery, :!j cents. Entrance on Market street.
For SATURDAY MATINEE, at Chea? prices,
A L A D D I N ;
T ff E 1VONDE P. F ? L S C- A M P
?uns, Pistols, &"c.
Q. U N S ! G UNS! GUNS!
The subscriber baa received by the steamship
"Marmora," direct from Liverpool, a fine assort?
ment of Double and Stnple Barrel SPORTING
GUNS, made expressly to order In England.
Breech Loaders from $50 to 3175.
Boys' Double and Single Barrel Guns, from 212
With a full assortment of Powder Flask3, Shot
Ba?s, Caps, Wads, Gunpowder and shot.
No. ?2 Bast Bav,
deco thsmwsS Smith of the Old Post?nico.
?OOtS, Sf)0C3, Ut.
HE BEST IN THE CITY.
If you want BOOTS AND SIIOF.S, of the best
make and latest styles, go to
No. 41 Broad street, near Church street.
Always on hand a large assortment of Gentle?
men's Boots, Gaiters and Shoes, of various pat?
A perfect flt guaranteed if made to order.
Attention ls especially Invited to the supply of
new and fashionable Sealskin Gaiters, now' so
popular at tbe North.
J. STEINER, Bootmaker.
nov2T stuthlmo* NJ. 41 Broad street.
Stones, Ranges, &t.
g T 0 V ES AT W H O L ES ALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS OF HOR?
TON A SHEPHERD, HAYE RESUMED THEIR
TRADE IN STOVES, AS WHOLESALE DEALERS,
IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR OTHER BUSI?
NESS, AND ARE NOV/ PREPARED TO SUPPL!'
OTHER DEALERS, FACTORS, MERCHANTS AND
ALL THE CUSTOMERS OF THE OLD HOUSE
WITH TUE MOST APPROVED DESCRIPTIONS
OF COOKING STOVES, RANGES AND HEATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
TUE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES ARK
soft) WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
DF THEM ARE DESIGNED TO OPE PATE WITH?
OUT THE AID OF CHIMNEYS IF NECESSARY
AND ALL ARE GUARANTEED TO BAKE PROP?
ERLY, IF SET UP AS DIRECTED.
THE RANGES ARE UNUSUALLY LOW IN
PRICE-HAVE SIX BOILER OPENINGS AND
DOUBL? OVENS, THOUGH BUT A SINGLE
PIPE, AND NEED NO BRICK-WORK TO SET
THE STOCK OF HEATING STOVES EMBRACES
CAST-IRON AIR-TIGHTS, RUSSIA-IRON AIR
TIGHTS. SIX-PLATE OR BOX STOVES, Ac.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND TRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 2 4 H A Y NE STREET,
CHARLESTON S. C..
j JAPANNED TIN-WARE
W M . S II E P II E It D t CO.,
No. 24 MAYNE STREBT.
g T A M PED T 1 N - ft' A U ?
W U. SHEPHERD A CO.,
. No. 24 HAYNE STREET._
piiENCH EE TINNED IRON - WARE
WM. S ll E P II E R D A ? 0 . ,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
EL LEVILLE COPPER
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.
No. C4 II AYN E STREET.
Pk . I) A L Vi
MUSIC DEALER. Piano Tuaer. Teacher of Vio?
lin, Flute and Guitar. Repairer ot Musical tetra
Hitchcock's Five aud Tun :vnts Mukle always
BALLS AND PARTIES furnish*! with the best
and most fashionable Music lately received from
Europe ut moderate prices. Apply ot No. 440
Ung street, four doors above Calhoun.
JT IS ABSURD T0 NAME
SUMTER, CAROLINA, HOSTETTER, OR PLANTA
TATION BITTERS, while the production of the
croat .SOLOMON is lu our midst. Uncle Som appre?
ciates it bighly by permitting the sale free from
For sato ut RAOUL A LYNAH.
ll F. C H U P E 1 N ,
OFFIOH NO. 276 EtMi SniKHT.
nov M fmos
L O M O N * S 1U T T E E S
ASP E C I F i C
For that disease which la cured by tho upi'iica
tion of the hair of the hiting dog.
Numerous ce nil] cates can be furnished.
For sala at RAOSL A LYNAH.
?roceri*?, CioHors, &u
gON-TON CANDY SURPRISE B?x9r?.
A supply just received At the
Southwest comer Mcglinn' and Market streets.
_deco l _ _ -
lyj I N C E M~E A T .
SOO pound- Almore'S Choice ?I1NCE MEAT,-for
Pie?. For sale by the backet, (ts tbs..) or pound,
;.r thc CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY.
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. dec? l
A L T A F L O A T
20u0 sacks Liverpool SALT, per bark Ifonbcr
sund, v.-lli be sold very low if taken from wharf.
_deca 2_RAVEXSL A CO.
?1HOICE BACON SHOULDERS.
ti bhdB. Choice BA COK SHOCLBERS. just re?
ceived and for sale by
?1 C . 2 HENRY COBIA A CO.
HI 1 BEBT'S ENGLISH PORTER AND
175 casks BRO WK STOUT, PORTER AND ALE,
landing per Steamship Marmora from Liverpool.
For sale ?.> A. TOBIAS7 SONS.
?lec9 2 _?
LOEE AND HERRINGS.
Just landing from Steamship J. W. Everman,
:>j.j barrels FLOUR. Extra, Fine and Super.
1019 boxes Scaled Herrings,
for sale by JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
deco 2_North Atlantic Wharf.
J) OE TO - RICO SUGAR.
45 hilda. Choice Porto Rico SUGAR, now Iam?tng
and for sale by MULLER, NIMITZ A CO.,
decs wthmtul No. 181 East Bay.
nOBN, FLOUR AND MOLASSES.
7000 bushels Prime White Old CORN
1100 barrels "Fine*' Flour
leo barrels Sugar-House Syrup.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
JACKSON'S COTTON SEED.
400 bushels of this well known COTTON SEED.
400 bushels of PROLIFIC SEED.
FRIPP'S COTTON SEED, and aU other descrip?
tions of Sea Island Seed.
For sale by FRASER A DILL,
Factors, Adger's North Wharf.
tfOOO sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct from Liv?
erpool-large and full stcks.
For sale at lowest market prices, by
OCt26 T. J. KERR A CO.
Would respectfully call the attention of their city
and country friends to their large and varied
stock of FRUIT. Ac, which is now on han-', ?nd
being constantly received, consisting of:
40.000 West India Oranges.
ooo hunches Bananas, Red and Yellow.
2,000 Grape Fruit,
?ju ono Cocoannts.
.Too barrels Choice Red Apples,
loo barr?is Onions, Red and Yellow.
200 barrels Irish Potntocs.
7'i b?rrela Long Beets,
."io boxea Lemons.
'J\ ke^j Malaga Grapes.
( ya boxes Cape Cod Cranberries.
SOO boxes and drums of Figs.
20 boxea French Prune*.
ISO whr le, half ::nd quarter boxes Raisins.
CO whole and hall boxes Fire Crackers?
0 barrels Red French Beans.
10 frails of Dates.
:;Od,ouo Union Torpedoes.
3d barrels Nuts, Ac., Ac.
All of which will be sold low at the subscribers',
Nos. 55, 57 and SO Market street,
di rr, C. BART A CO.
QOW AND FOWL FEED.
10,000 lbs. MILL FEED or SHORTS, which con?
sumers pronounce to be far superior to Rice
Flour, and a good substitute for Cow Peas, at $2
per loo lbs.
200 bushels Wheat Screenings, an excellent
Fowl Feed. For sale at 25c per bushel.
JOHN CAMFSEN A CO.
T IQUORS ! LIQUORS! LIQUORS!
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
The subscribers having been appointed sole
agents for HENRY WALLACE A CO., Philadelphia,
for thc sale of their tine OLD RYE, WHEAT AND
BOURBON WHISKIES, are prepared to make a
liberal discount on large orders.
A lull supply o' the above Whiskies always on
Parties about purchasing would do well to give
us a call before negotiating elsewhere.
BYRNE A- FOGARTY,
CORNER CHURCH AND CHALMERS STREETS,
CHARLESTON, & C.
R FINED FAMILY LARD.
Wc arc now packing
N E W LARD .
O y TU I.S SEASONS il A E R>
Tierces, ??.Cf bbls., Kegs, s lbs., 5 lbs., and 10 Iba
Coddles, eo lb. cases.
Tor price lists, address.
PROCTOR * GAMBLE,
oct2* tustuis_Cincinnati, Ohio.
JJ KLATTE & CO.
Are uow receiving a full Stock of
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
103 barrels REFINED SUGARS
.JO hlids. and bsrre?s Raw Sugar
100 hhils. and barrels Molasses
10 barrels Beehive Syrup
loo bags Coffees
loo packages Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3 .
25 barr?is Pickled Mullett* and Herrings
loo kegs Nails
100 boxes Cheese
100 boxe.- Soaps
.J?O barrels Flour-Fine, Super, Extra and
25 hair chests Hyson and Oolong Tea
50 kegs Dutch Herrings
loo barrels and tubs Lard
loo b?rrela Gibson's and Walter's Whiskey
- casks Giu, Brandy and Wines
50 cases Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
25 cases Hostet ter'.> Bitters.
Rp.lsins, Currants, Citron, Prnnes, Figs, Al?
monds, Jellies, Oysters, Pickles, Sweet Ott, Toma?
toes, Brandy and Fresh Peaches, Soda, Fire
Crackers, Sardines, Starch, Shot, Powder.Matcaes,
Brooms and Buckets, Saurkraut, Ac, Ac.
For sale at iowest prices.
H. KLATTE A CO.,
No. 201 East Bay,
no?26 Northwest corner Cumberland street.
J) ? EE SHERRY WINE.
Just received co casks of SHERRY WINE
prices $3, ju, fi, $6, $3, $1Jpc: gallon; iinbottles,
from ?T to $2 60.
PIPER A CO. HEIDSIECK
Ve Clicquot Ponsardin
Ali or direct Importation.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street,
Branch cf No. OCO Broadway, New York.
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
.9-For sale by an iTuggiets.
G. J. LOOK, Agpnt,
Cece: King ar. 1 John street,
sept'.-. 3mos Charleston. S. C
jg 0 L O M 0 N'S BITTERS
ARE FOR SALE BY
Drs. RAOUL A LYNAH,
At Wholesale and Retail, V
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS.