Newspaper Page Text
TEEMS OF TUE NEUS.
THU DAILY NEWS, hy mail, one year $6; six
months $3; three months $2; one month 75 coins.
Served lu the city ai FIFTEEN CENTS a week, paya?
ble to the carriers, or $ti a year, paid in advance
at the odlce.
Tins TUI-WEKKI.Y NEWS, published on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, one year $3; six
mouths $2; and 60 cents a month for any shorter
SCBSCKHTIOSS in all cases payable In advance,
and no paper continued after the expir?t iou of
the time patti for.
ADVEKTISEMENTS.- *l>irst Insertion li. cents a
line; subsequent insertions lo "cents a line. Spe?
cial Notices 15 cents a linc each insertion. Busi?
ness Notices-0 cents a line each insertion. Mar?
riage and Funeral Notices uno Dollar each. Cuts
and Electrotype Advertisements will bc inserted
on ttieFourth Page only.
NOTICES of Wants, To Bent, Lost and Found.
Boarding, ftc., not exceeding 20 words, 25 cents
each kisertiou; over 20, and not exceeding 3u
words, 40 cents eaeli insertion: over 30 and not
exceeding -io words, so cents each insertion. All
announcements to bc published at these rates
must be paid for In advance.
REMITTANCES should be made by Postofllcc
Money Order or by Express. If this cannot be
done, protection against looses by mall may be
secured by forwarding a draii on Charleston pay?
able to the order of the proprietors of TUE NEWS,
or by sending thc money In a registered letter.
Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. l-tsjjEnst Bay, Charleston, S. C.
M ON DAY, JANUARY 3, 1S70.
*XE?1S OF TUE DAT.
-Saturday last bei tig a holiday there w ere
no operations anywherc^n thc cotton markctr.
-George D. Prentice is critically ill at Lou?
isville with rheumatism or thc heart.
-The receipts or the Union Pacitlc Railroad lor
November were $714,SS5. Thc expenses wcf4
-The New York Times says that Rev. Dr. Sara
. ucl Osgood has adopted thc. Episcopal raith, and
that his retirement frotn the Church or the Mes?
siah, (Unitarian) previous to his departure Tor Eu?
rope, was made with this change in view.
-A large number of merchants and ponerty
hojd?rs residing In Victoria, Nanalmo, and other
places in British Arncricau Territory, have sent a
memorial to President Grant in favor of a trans?
fer of British Columbia to the U nited States.
-Washington negroes have another grievance
against Washington Radicals. The former at?
tended Stanton's funeral In large numbers and
. had a good place in ttie procession ; but the latter
didn't allow the fact to j;ct into the papers.
-The leading New York hotels arc considering
the propriety of cutting down their prices thirty
three per cent. They could well afford to put
them down fifty per cent., and nearly all thc
hotels In the country could joiu them. The day or
war charges has gone by.
-President Gram's recommendation Tor thc
repeal or thc civil tenure law has rallen pretty
flat. There has been no response to It whatever
in the Senate, and it is said that body is not
moro favorably inclined to surrender its control
over thc ofllces than lt was last spring.
-Twenty Insurgents were killed and sixty cap?
tured in a sharp engagement Thursday at Magua,
in thc Cinco Villas District, Cuoa. The Spanish
loss ls not stated. Valmaseda reports that about
swen hundred men, with their officers, have
laid down their arms in his district, and that the
chief, coca, aud his men had surrendered in thc
District ol Remedios.
-The President or thc United States has been
selected to'decide between Portugal and Great
Britain as to the ownership or thc Island of
Belanla, and thc piece of territory opposite, on
the west coast of Africa, claimed by both. It is
stated that these positions are valuable only In
connection with facilities for carrying on the slave '
-The Augusta Chronicle says: ,;Superintend
cnt Hulbert, or the State road, has been dismiss?
ed from office by Governor Bullock. Thc new offi?
cers of the road are said to bc: Foster Blodgett,
superintendeut; A. L. Harris, master of transpor?
tation; W. H. Stallings, treasurer; Henry O. Hoyt, I
supervisor; James Mullen, master machinist; V. j
A. Gaskin, attorney lor the road. The Legisla- (
tare ls considered safe against Bullock's plunder?
ing schemes. Bollock's last move has sundered
the Radical party. ?
-At the auction sale of Scranton coal in New
York, last week, thc Delaware, Lackawana and
Western Railway Company sold seventy thous- .
and tons. Stove coal sold at $6 to $6 25, more
than a dollar less per ton than at the last sale,
bat all other kinds advanced 10 to 80 cents per
ton. Thc first bid for egg coal was at $4 50, and
the price was rnn up until (he first lot was knock- J
ed down at $5 65. Thc average price obtained
was $5 32}?.. Steamboat coal s'arted at $4 30 and
sold up to $4 ST,S', while grate started at $4 so 1
and advanced to $5 17#. 1
-The managers of the proposed International
Exhibition at Washington deny that they ask any
appropriation from Cougress. Thc citizens of
Washington have already made a botui flue sub?
scription of $600,000, and have asked Congress for
authority to levy a tax or $500,000 more. Men of '
capital stand ready to erect thc requisite struc- 1
tures on this basis, with a hen on the receipts for
reimbursement to the extent of- $1,500,000 more, j
which would make a total expenditure of $2,500,
000, or about thc total gross cost of the Paris 1
Exposition, to which Congress appropriated '
$100,000. Apropos to this, the St. Louis people, i
whcrsthlnk their city ought to be the uational ,
capital, are moving for a World's Fair to bc held
there In 1S71. *
-The West ls not disposed to give up the Idea
of getting tTae benefit of increased representation <
under th?new census bill, and especially if the ?
whole'number is to be increased to 300. Accord- ?
ng to the usual order of things there would be ^
no election or members of rongress under the
new apportionment till three years hence. Bot '
the Western people mean to get the new members <
at the next election, and will be quite likely to I
have their way. The question of apportionment ,
had to be dropped from the census bill, or lt could j
not have passed the Bouse before the recess; but
11 will come up separately at an early day, and
the Western men are preparing for a big fight
over what they cossjidcr their rights. The West i
expects to gain about fifty members or Congress ]
, under the new ccnsuB.
-Advance sheets of the introduction to Mrs.
Stowe's new book in thc defence or herself and '
Lady Byron have been Issued by the publishers. .
Mrs. Stowe reiterates that her assertions about <
Loni Byroa in her famous Atlantic Monthly arti- ,
cle are true. She repeats thc excuse Tor the pub
Ucation or that article, tluit Lady ll vron had been . j
previously attacked ia the Countess Guiceiolli's '
book, and in thc journals which copied its state- t
ments. She says she has not personally read any (
of tts? articles upou the subject which have ap
peared in reply to hers. Friends uudertook the
task for her, and gave her from time to time thc ?
substuncc of anything really worthy.of atteutlon. ?
Now that the first fury or thc storm she provoked t
ls spent, she will proceed, first, to prove what she ]
has asserted; and, socoud, to add to her true story i
such facts aud incidents as she did not'think
proper at first to state. What these auditioual
proofs are she gives nd intimation, and of course
lt ls impossible to so-y how much weight should ]
baattached to them. I
1 -John G. Walker, the gentleman having in j
charge the Chinese who reached St. Louis lost
week, lu a communication to the St. Louis-Ke
publlcau, says: "There ls little prospect at present ?
that -Julia' will trespass on the domain of 'Sam- ]
bo' to a serious citent. Those who have held out (
In hopes or procuring very cheap labor by Import- j
lug ii from the shores of Eastern Asia, are,I
hluk, udsiakeu tu their conclusion. From ouc (
end of'ciiiuato the other the value or labor iu ?
American California is well known, and although '.
abor lu Chiua ls very cheap, able-bodied, iueii .
wiU not engage to expatriate themselves Tor a ,
.series or years, except on coudition or receiving
such high wuges as will surelycnable them to 1
return*- home in. comparative ajllucuce. I ?'
am' cou?dcut that uo reliance can bc i
placed upon obtaining and retaining Chi?
nese labor for agricultural work, except at thc
wages of the country whore labor ls performed,
and much more is this the case for railroad labor.
Mr. Walker believes,'however, that a considerable
Dumber of excellent laborers may bc found in
California ul fruin SM to $2> per month, aud
they Had themselves, or fruin ii: tu ?13 aud
Friends Fallt 113 Out.
History, we aro told, lins ?ls vindications.
Dui sometimes the vindications follow the
record as closely us Hie moral follows the
fable, uf Ulis truth thc Radicals of East
Tennessee now furnish an illustration. None
have been com mended more l?udl/ titan
they. Disciples of Brownlow, armed and
merciless regulators of loyalty, examples of
a partisan devotion to which no official
honors and revenues could be denied-it
seemed, for a long time, that no atrocities
committed by them, no deeds of spoliation
orof blood, could eclipse the lustre of their
public services. Thc " rebel ' " outcries
.gainst these villains were of as slight avail
as the spols and mists that seek to stain the
brightness of the sun.
But now it is the Knoxville correspondent
of the New York Tribune who denounces
the Republican politicians of Tennessee, as
"men whose prime quality seems to have
"been treachery to party and to country;"
as merl '.'recreant to every principle of honor
"or of patriotism," and 'alie most corrupt
"of modern times in comparison to their
In his unger thc Tribune writer confesses
thc utter unworthiness of the Republican
leaders. 'These are the mon," he says,
"who have passed and placed upon the
"looks statute after statute for the oppres?
sen of those who failed to agree with them
"politically. They have plundered thc pub
** lie treasury, until we are almost on. the
"verge of bankruptcy, and our free schools,
"which should be in full blast, have been for
"[some time suspended." This is bad enough
and damaging enough. For the question will
at once occur: Why, then, did Republicanism
ally itself with such men, confer office upon
them, and further iu every way their foolish
and wicked policy? And why, after sanc?
tioning their enormities for so many year^,
does it expose and denounce them now? Yet
even this question need not be asked. Wiih
a simplicity that is suggestive of lunacy, the
Tribune correspondent goes on to tell why
he now denounces his compatriots and
bosom friends. "These," he cri*, "are the
" men who, when il was ascertained that
"the sceptre was about to pass from them
"forever, commenced intriguing to keep the
" 'ring' in power, or to break up thc Repub
"can party of the State. These are the
"men who now. Jutting turned their lacks
" upon tlipse wiih whom they once acted, and
"having succeeded in placing their enemies
"in power, prate about proscription, and
"spe,ak of the policy of the Republican parly
"as being too proscriptive. If these treacher
"ous men had proved true te their professions,
"pursued the line of duty, instead of being
"led by their inordinate ambition, theRepub
"lican parly of our State would hare been
"in power KOW, and would now command
"the respect of the nation and of the State.
"As it is, we are degraded in the estimation
?'of our friends and, utterly despised by our
"enemies, who will spare no opportunities
" during-this convention to keep us down."
This is truly lamentable! Wo feel it at
the heart's core. That the party should have
wallowed in bloody mire with these swine,
[or years, soliciting nothing but their com?
pany, and should at length have been de?
serted, is an event that might draw tears
from a stone. No crime that they might not
have freely committed-perjury, burglary,
arson, murder ! No crime that they did not
commit with impunity; yea, with laudation.
They were defended; they were encouraged;
they were gorged with plunder aud with
blood. Alas ! all in vain. "They acted with
"us," cries the Radical, not reflecting that
he is making a terrible revelation. "They
" turned their back against us," he bitterly
adds, not observing that he is giving even to
these demons the semblance of virtue.
Effect of tlic Snez Canal.
Thc rarioutr??ational bunting that fluttered
it (amalia, and thc 1 jh* and mighty poten?
tates who interchanged felicitations with the
Khedive at Suez, rendered a due tribute of
honor to a work which allies three Conti?
nents, aud which seems destined to produce
the most remarkable changes in the commer?
?ai system of the world. In the prosecution
if the canal, the remains of a Venetian mer?
chantman, that had been stranded and buried
jenturies ugo, were unmasked. Those moul
lering timbers were a laudmark and a pro?
phecy. They were a monument indicating
;he coarse that the wealthy commerce of
:he East once pursued, and the proud power,
low wrecked and broken, that once controll?
ed it. They were a prediction proclaiming
hat the "Great Sea" of history had recover
?d its prestige, and would again bear over
ts blue waters "The wealth of Ormus and of
Britain may look with just suspicion and
lateral chagrin upon an achievement which
ser greatest engineer pronounced to be im?
practicable, but which a Frenchman has
ictually brought to a substantial completion.
Notwithstanding the unexpected obstruction
)f the Serapeam rock which revealed itself
llmost at thc last moment und effectually'
losjponed the reduction of thc channel to its
ntended depth, there can be no question
;lio.t this didiculty can. be overcome hy a
:ompnratively trilling expenditure*; that ships
)f 2000 tous register have passed through
lately; and that two ships of 1500 tons
jurden passing through per day will muin?
yin the canal and pay good interest to the
EChedive and shareholders. Contrary to
England's prognostications, the canal is a
But now this success gives all Southern
Europe an advantage over England in the
xade with Asia. Russia, Turkey, Austria,
Italy, France, Spain are all nearer than she
,0 those populous nations whom she hus
nude tributary lo her power, whether by
xilicy or by anns. The opening of (he Suez
janal is equivalent to the removing of Eus?
and from her Indiaif^ossessions a distance
jf five thousand five hundred miles. Albion,
lowever, luis the siai*-iu ihe maritime race.
Flic canal is opun to her a's to all the rest of the
vorld, and it?s not demonst rated thal sailing
russels generally will, or can, take thc Suez
.oute. Yet, while her American Colonies are
?napping the bonds that unite them to the
uother country, her Asiatic Colonies ure abo
drifting away. It waa chiefly as a commer?
cial dependency that Hindost?n retained any
value, after the wealth of its rajahs had been
plundered. "What is its worth to England
Thc potentates pr?sent?t tho inauguration
indicate what nations expect to reap the
lionii.shar.e of the trade. Some will bc dis?
appointed. The Prince ancl^Princess of Hol?
land and tlie Crown Prince"of Prussia, who
left unceremoniously, in disgust, represen
kingdoms which will reap comparatively
small beucht from the opening of the nev
pathway of commerce. But Austria and
France will be largely bencfitled ; and it wu*
policy more than compliment which led the
Egyptian Viceroy to assign to them so im?
portant a place in the celebration. They
are his special customers. As for himself,
this work to which be has lavishly con?
tributed makes thc Viceroy superior to the
Sultan, lt raises Egypt from the servitude'
of two thousand years. It restores the old
commerce which ministered lo her mysterious
and g?and civilization in ages level willi Hie
dawn of history. It will enable Cairo to
THE County Commissioneraftof Horry are
honest, hard-working, tax-paying Democrats.
They held seventeen meetings during the
year at a cost of $110 70. They levied
county tax of $4174, and spent only $3634.
Now for the other side. The County Com?
missioners of Georgetown arc Radicals to
thc core. They held two hundred meeting
at a, cost of over $2000. They have spent, |
SIO.OOO and are $8000 in debt.' And Horry
is the larger county. The difference between
*:IG34 and $18,000 represents thc value to
Horry of a Democratic county administra?
NOTICE.-THE UNDERSIGNED HAV?
ING withdrawn rrom Hie Firm of L. GAM
KKILL A co,, will continue tho Gond and Stock
Brokc?igc business on Iiis own account, at No.
2a Broad street. ,
Orders left for the purchase or sale of Bonds,
Stocks, Gold, Bank Bills, or other Securities, will
be promptly and faithfully executed. Special at?
tention given to the loaning of money on good
EDWARD M. MORELAND,
Late or M. Gambrill Co.,
Charleston, January 3, 1870.
FOR SALE, A CHOICE LOT NORTH
KIIN HURtfES, Mured and Mule?, and No.
Milch Cows with young Calves. Inquire at No. 02
Stn- J street. Janl
HORSES AND MULES. - THE SUB
SCKIUEK has and will keep on hand a con
stuut supply of MULES AND HORSES athis
Stables, Queen street, between Friend and Ma
zyck. P. WEST.
FOR SALE, A FINE DWELLING IN
thecentre of the city and convenient to busi?
ness, with six large square rooms and three dress
ing rooms, and outbuildings necessary, in line
order, inquire at thia ofllcc. docta
FOR SALE, AN EXCELLENT VARIE
TV or UPLAND COTTON SEED. Delivered
at the South Carolina Railroad, lu bags or two
bushels, $1 50 per bushel for rout* bushels or less,
SI 25 per bushel ror six bushels or more. Apply
to GEORGE E. WHALEY, St. Matthews P. O.,
Orangeburg County, s. C. decs 2uios
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small OyUndcr TAY?
LOR PRESS in complete repair. It has been but
little used, and ls sold simply because the present
owner has nw use ror it. The size or the bed of
the Press ts forty-rour by fifty-eight Inches. Said
Press will be sold at a great bargain if applied for
at once, as the room lt occupies ls wanted for
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3795 New York
FOR SALE, STEAM PORTABLE
CROSS-CUT OR WOOD SAWING MA?
CHINES, King's patent, suitable lor cultiug curd
wood, shingles, staves or clapboard blocks, and
particularly adapted to the wants or railroads,
wood contractors, wood yard, saw mill, and lum?
ber meu generally. For this machine wc claim
precedence over anything or the kind ever at?
tempted. All parties interested and thc public
arc invited to sec this machine in operation daily
irom ll o'clock A. M. to l P. M.. at thc Artesian
Well Lot, corner Meeting and Wentworth streets.
State or County rights, or single machines for
sale. Apply to CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.
tards for Gale.
COTTON PLANTATION, within two miles of
Florcucc, coutainiulng 830 acres, most of which
ls cleared and under renee, with a comfortable
dwelling and all necessary outbuildings. Apply
to E. A. LAW, Darlington Courthouse.
FOR SALE OR RENT, A PLANTATION
situated on the Ashley River, a lew miles
irom thc city, containing about one hundred
acres, one-hair cleared, with comfortable dwell
lng and necessary outbuildings, ir not sold br
thc 20th instant, the owner will bc willing to let
the premises to a rcponsible party with a small
capital, to bc planted on shares. For further in?
formation apply to Venuing's Wharf, south or
Calhoun street. dec-4
FLORIDA LAND FOR SALE.-A
valuable PLANTATION or 880 acres In Ma?
non County, Florida, ls Bife rod at private sale,
about one hair cleared and uudor cultivation;
part best hammock. Ttds Plantation ls one or
the most desirable in the Stale; ls very produc?
tive Tor Cotton. Rice. Corn, Sugar, Vegetables,
Ac; also One ror Oranges and other Fruits; Li
located in one of thc healthiest nnd most plea?
sant neighborhoods in thc Stale, being conveni?
ent to ruilrbads, churches. Ac. Apply to A. B.
MULLIGAN, Colton Factor, Accommodation
Wharf, Charleston. S. C. novia
VALUABLE TIMBER LANDS AND
STEAM SAW MILLS FOR SALE.-I will sell
20.000 acres of LAND and FOUR STEAM SAW
MILLS, situated in Gulle tun County, S. C., on thc
These Lands have an unlimited supply of the
very ti nest pine timber, and also Hue facilities for
ruuniug machinery with water power. All the
Mills are now in successful operation, and arc
couuected with the river either by oanal or rail?
road. Location healthy, water excellent, and
Lands well adapted for corn, cotton, rice or
I will sell these Lands in a body or divide them
Into tracts to suit purchasers.
For runner particulars, apply to JOHN T. JEN?
NINGS, George's Station, S. C. Railroad.
dec3 rm w2 tn os*
?ost anil iroun?.
LOST, A^V^ITl?D^U^vTfl? A BROWN
spot on his back and tail. A reward will bc
given if he ls left at No. 8 Meeting street,
T CST, ON THE EVENING OF THE
Jj 31st December, 1S69. In Market street, a
DOOR FRAME belonging to the lantern of the
Hose Keel of the Pioneer Steam Fire Company.
The limier will be rewarded bv leaving thc same
at the Engine house, or with D. W. MUSTA'll), at
Mc LOY A RICE'S. j0i'.3 2
STRAYED OR STOLEN, A BRIGHT
Sorrel Horse Mule, about lu years of age and
a white spot on the back; muue and tail trimmed
short; missing on the 27th of December, 1809. A
llbyal reward will lie paid by delivery or infor?
mation to Washington Plantation, St. John's
Berkeley. Cooper River. WM. R1STIG. Janl 2?
TO RENT, A TWQ-STORIED HOUSE,
with large LOT, No. 7 Drake street. Posses?
sion given immediately. Apply at this ofllcc.
TO RENT, ROOMS WITH KITCHEN. &c,
near thc nattery, suitable for a small family.
Apply at No. 6 Meeting street. jan3 mw2*
TO RENT, THAT PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED House, No. G Lamboll street, north side,
lour doors Irom Legare street, containing six up
riglii rooms, dressing-room, bath room, pantry,
?iud private staircase. House furnished willi gas
and water; large cistern ou the premises. Apply to
Kt) ?VARD M. MORELAND, Broker, No. 89 Broad
rjlO RENT, THE HOUSE SOUTHEAST
JL corner or Pitt and Montague streets. In?
quire on th? premisos, or at lt. M. MARSHALL A
URO.. Ko. in Broad street. dec.'ju thmtnltU*
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
HOARD ut Mrs. MILLER'S, No. G Hudson
WANTS ?F ALL KINDS CAN BE
made kuown to everybody In this column
at the rate of 20 cents for tweuty words or less,
each insertion, if paid in advance.
TXT ANTED, A GOOD, MEDIUM-SIZED
VT Fire-proof Safe. Apply at No. 41 noyne
si reet._?_^_jan-3 j?
WANTED-A BOOKKEEPER WANTS'A
situation as llookkccpcr, Assistant Rook
keeper or Entry Clerk. Pest recommendations
furnished. Address A. ll. C., "News " odlce.
TTT ANTED, A COLORED WOMAN OF
YT pood character and steaily habits, todo
the cooking and washing for a smiill family: rec?
ommendations required. Apply at Xo. 2 Smith's
layic._ jnnl 2
\T/-ANTED A WHITE GIRL O R
TY Woman to mind two Children and do
Housework. Apply next to thc corner of Cal?
houn and St. Philip streets, souih side.
WANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCED
Drum.ncr and Salesman, a situation in a
wholesale hoi..;c. Address S., Post?nico, Charles
ton. S. C._janl"4*.
WANTED, A COLORED ^OMAN
without inenmbrances, to Cook and
Wash for a small family. Apply at this oillcc.
WANTED TO RENT, FOR ONE YEAR,
by a gentleman of steady habits, one or
two FURNISHED ROOMS. Tho southern or west?
ern part or the city, near the line of the City Hail
road, preferred. Address Post?nico BoxXo. 71.
WANTED, A No. 1 TANNER, TO
take charge of a yard in Newberry. Ap?
ply at this orilce, . jam 0
WANTED TO PURCHASE, AN EIGHT
or ten-horse power ENGINE, In good or?
der. Address L. S. C., P, 0. Do.\ No. 4, Orange
burg, S. C._dec2il (i*
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A BAGA?
TELLE TA1?LK, small size. Address
"A. C. P.," at this ?nice._dcc27
WANTED, A, HOUSE, NEAR TUE
central part of thc city, containing live or
six rooms, with good outbuildings and water.
Address I), at this oillce. sept-28
WANTED, A GERMAN GIRL TO
Cook and Wash for a small ramify. Oue
that can bring recommendations will hear or a
good home. Apply at this oillcc._dcc28
WANTED, A SITUATION AS SUPER
INTENDKNT on a Rice Plantation by a one
armed man, who has seven years' experience
llicc culture, and good recommendations from his
former cmplovers. Please address W. D. W.,
Charleston, S. C. dec2
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
bi a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Re?
tail and Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go lu the country. Will expect but a ninan com?
pensation at tlrst. Thc applicant ls a graduate of
thc South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
P.. through the Postottice._?_oct!?
WANTED, AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
and Fifty Dollars per month, to sell tue
only Genuine Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Price only $18. Great in?
ducements to Agents. This ls the most popular
Sewing Machluc or ibo dav-makes the famous
"Elastic Lock Stitch"- will do any kind or work
that can be done on any, machine. * One hundred
thousand sold and the demand constantly i
creaking. Now is the time to take an agency.
Send ror Circulars, fff Rcwareof infringcrs.-Sa
Address SEC0M? A CO., Boston, Mass.; Pitts
burg. Pa., or St. Louis. Mo._oct20 amos
^Dissolutions of (?npnrtncrsl)iu.
1MIE FIRM OF SEYMOUR <fc SILCOX IS
this dny dissolved, by mutual consent. The
business or the late concern will bc settled bv
S. C. SEYMOUR. < S. C. SEYMOUR, *
January 3,1870. F. A, SILCOX.
Tho uudcrsigned will continue the Paint and Oil
Rosiness, at the old stand, No. 79 Comlnir street.
jati? S*_S. C. SEYMOUR.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The Copartnership hcrctororc existing be?
tween thc undersigned, In the name or J. N.
T1DEMANN k CO., was dissolved on the 1st inst.,
by mutual consent. Thc outstanding business or
the late firm will bo settled up by WM. BURMES?
TER and JOHN D. ZERHST, who will continue
the HAY AND GRAIN BUSINESS, and sign the
name of the late Urm In liquidation. Thanking
our friends for their patronage of the old timi, we
hope thc same will be extended to the now.
JOHN N. TIDEMANN,
January 1st, 1870. JNO. D. ZERBST.
COPARTNERSHIP DISSOLU T IO N.
Thc Firm of LENGNICK A SKLL ls this day
dissolved by limitation. Either Copartner will
sign In liquidation.
CHARLES A. LENGNICK,
EDWARD EMERICK SELL.
Charleston, December 31.1869.
The undersigned have this day formed a Co?
partnership under Firm name or LENGNICK,
SELL k FOSTER, and will continue the business
as Importers and Jobbers or Fancy Goods, No
lions, M ii lm er v and Straw Goods, hcrctororc con?
ducted by LENGNICK k SELL.
CHARLES A. LENGNrCK.
EDWARD EMERICK SELL,
Charleston, S. C., January i, 1S70.
jana mw ni .
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Thc firm of HOWIE A MOISE ls this day
dissolved by its own limitation.
li. F. MOISE.
B. D. LAZARUS.
Charleston, S. C.. Jauuary 1,1870.
Tito umlersisrufid will continue thc WHOLESALE
DRUG BUSINESS under the name andsivlcol
DOW1E, MOISE 4 DAVIS. GEORGE DMW1E.
I!. F. MOISE. . '
W. C. DAVIS.
Charleston, S. C.. January l, ISTO. jam 3
DISSOLUTION.-THE FIRM OF MOW?
RY .t CO. ls this day dissolved bv thc
withdrawal or Mr. W. S. MOWRY. Either part?
ner ls authorized io siga thc name or thc linn in
liquidation. L. D. MOWRY.
j W. S. MOWRY.
January 1, 1870. A. H. MOWRY.
The undersigned will continue the Factorage
?ind Commission Business as heretofore, under
Hie firm of L. D. MOWRY k SON.
L. D. MOWRY.
Jam smwf4_A. IL MOWRY.
COPARTNERSHIP'S NOTICE.-T II E
Copartnership heretofore existing under
Hie name and style or BUCHHEIT k SON, was
this day dissolved'by mutual consent.
PHIL. ItUCIIIlElT, Sr.,
January 1,1870. G. F. Bl/CUIIEIT.
- . m
I will continue thc Bakery Business at the old
stand, No. 83 East Bay, opposite Boyce's Wharf,
where I hope, by strict attention to business, to
merit a continuance or the patronage hcrctororc
extended to the old firm.
janl 3_G. F. BUCHHEIT.
VTOTICE^-WE, THE UNDERSIGNED,
1.1 have this day rornicd a Copartnership to car?
ry on the business as Stevedores and Riggers.
January l. 1S70 *_??_j an 3 3
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-WE, THE
undersigned, have this day formed a CO?
PARTNERSHIP. In llufciiaiue <.'' BUR.MESTER &
ZKRUST, ror coniinaanunorthe HAY and GRAIN
business, as rormorly done by thc late linn or J.
N. TIDEMAN* A CO.
January 1, 1870. JOHN 1?. ZERBST.
COP ARTNERSHIP NOTICE. - CHARLES
K. BATES is admitted as partner In our
Urtu rroui this dale. EDWIN HATES A CO.
Charleston, 3. C.. January l, lyjo. janl 16
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE SUB?
SCRIBERS have Mils day associated with
them Mr. J. SEABROOK WELLS, in the General
Shipping and Commission Business, as conducted
by them at tho old stand corner East Hay and Ad?
der's South Wharf, under thc Firm of WILLIAM
ROACH 4 CO.
Thankful to onr rrlcnds and the public for the
patronage extended to the old Finn, they would
solicit a continuance.
Jannary-1.1870. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
*^-Ncw York Journal ol Commerce. New York,
ind Boston Post please copy twice and send bill.
TTT I L L I S <fc .C Hv? SODl,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to tho rnrchaso. Sale and Shipment
to Foreign and Dornest ic Ports) of COTTON.
ftlCE, LUMBER and N'A VAL STORKS.
.?? ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CUISOLM.
SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. 1, A. F. M.
The Monthly Communication will be held in
'laconic Hall Tnis EVENING, thc 3d Instant, at 7
.o'clock, Tho Arrear List will rcccrte Its second
reading, ot which all concerned are very frater?
nally requested to lake due notice. Members aud
Candidates M ill bc punctual in attendance.
Ly order of tim W. M.
TV. A. WILSON,,.
IO. O. K-THE OFFICERS AND MEM
. HEMS of thc lt. IV. Grand Encampment will?
picase assemble at Odd Fellows' itali, Tins (Mon?
day) EVENING, at 7 o'clock, for thc purpose of in?
stalling thc ouiccrs of Palineua Encampment,
Nu. l, and Ashley Encampment, No. 3, on MONDAY
EVENING, thc iota instant.
By order of the C. C. P.
jans_.1. E. M EVE ft, Grand Scribe.
]PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, No, 1, L 0.
0. F.-Thc Regular Meeting of this Encamp?
ment will bc held at Odd Kellows' Hall, Tins
EVENING, at 7 o'clock, precisely.
This being tlic night Tor the installation of offi?
cers for thc ensuing term, all thc members are
earnestly requested to attend.
The olllcers will bc punctual.
Jan"_E. J NO. WHITE, Scribe. ?
PALMETTO FIEE ENGINE COMPANY.
The regular Monthly Meei lng or your Com?
pany will be held at your Hall, Tins (Monday)
EVENING, January 3, at 7 o'clock preuisely. *
By order or the President.
Jan3 ALEXANDER BUNGAN, Secretary.
/CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
A Monthly Meeting of thc Chariest ou Me?
chanic Society will oe held Taif EVENIKG, at thc
Masonic Hall, at S o'clock,
jami JOSEPH GUY, Secretary CM. S.
/CHARLESTON RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND
V_J Besnlar .Meeting ut Masonic Hall, THIS
EVENING, at hair past 7 o'clock. -: By order.
A. B. DESAUSSURE,
AREGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING
of thc Board or Trustees of the P. E. So?
ciety for the advancement of Christianity In
South Carolina will be held Tins EVENING, at 7
o'clock, at. the residence Ol' Riv. Mr. Gadsden.
JOHN HANCKEL, Recording Secretary.
MECHANIC'S UNION, No. 1.-ATTEND
the Regular Monthly Meeting at Eagle
Hall Tins EVENING, ai 7 o'clock.?
By order. J. V. KIMMEY,
11 HE WIDOWS' HOME.-THE LADIES
. managing Hie Widows' nome respectfully
request. Hie attendance or the frlends<or that In?
stitution nt thc Home, in Broad street, on TUES?
DAY EVENING, the 4th January ensuing, at hair
past 7 o'clock. Thc purpose or thc meeting ls to
advise upon the best means to assure the con?
tinued success ot this benevolent enterprise.
A statement by Hie ladies or the progress aud
success or their etlorts will be laid before the
T" HE"EXERI5KES' bl? m^ li?ir?x?A
ONS' School will bc resumed Tnis DAY,
January 3d, at her residence, No. 10 Mary street.
MRS. WOTTON'S SCHOOL.-STUDIES
will be resumed on MONDAY, January 3, at
corner or Archdale and Magazine streets.
decal wrm3* _
rnHFT?iiss?s ROACH WILL REOPEN
JL their School MONDAY, January 3, at No. 13
Society si reel. Janl 2
1MIE EXERCISES OF THE PAROCHIAL
. SCHOOL of the Church of the Holy Commu?
nion will be resumed on MONDAY, thc 3d or Janu
uary, 1X70. JOHN GADSDEN,
QCIIOOL.- MISS PHILLIPS RESPECT?
k3 FOLLY informs thc public that the duties or
lier School will be resumed the 3d or January.
Everything taught in English for $1. Additional
for extras. J'ains taken with the progress and
morals or pupils. Also Night School for Youths.
Terms $1. Please apply northeast corner o?
Anson and Society streets._Janl 3?
CAROLINA EDUCATIONAL INSTI
TUTE.-The Exercises or Hits School will bc
resumed (D.V.) on MONDAY', 3d January, 1870, at
No. ll Coming street.
Janl 2_Mr. and Mrs. J.W. ALEXANDER.
SELECT BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
No. 7 LEGARE STREET.
Miss C. M. REID. 1 Principals
Mrs. R. W. BAGOT. I Princip?is.
Miss MARIE BAGOT.Assistant.
Thc excrcbea or this school will bc commenced
on MONDAY, January 3, 1870.
For Circulars containing terms, apply to either
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
SCHOOL, TOURVILLE, S. C.
Thc First Session of thc school year of 1870 will
bsgln on thc 1st of Fchruary, 1870.
Terms-For school expenses, Including tuition,
board, washing, lights, fuel, books and station?
ery, $135 in currency, per session ot five months,
payable In advance.
For circulars containing foll particulars, apply
to COLONEL A. COWARD,
deco thniS Principal and Proprietor.
37 NG Ll SH, FRENCH, CLASSICAL AND
ll MATHEMATICAL SHCOOL, NORTHWEST
CORNER OF BULL AND COMING STREETS.
Thc Exercises ol the subscriber's School will bc
resumed on MONDAY, thc 3d of Jauuary next.
A Tew pupils can bo accommodated with Board
In his family.
dec30t)mi2?_JOS. T. CALDWELL.
SELECT SCHOOL FOR BOYS, No. 104
BROAD STREET, WM. P. DESAUSSURE,
PRINCIPAL.-The Exercises of this School will be
commenced on MONDAY. Jauuary 3,1870.
N. Ji. For circulars with terms, apply to the
/CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, ENG
V> USU, FRENCH AND GERMAN SCHOOL,
Nu. 82 WENTWORTH STKSKT.-The Exercises
ol this School will bc resumed on MONDAY, Janu?
ary 3, when a class ur beginners lu Latin and
French will be formed.
Instruction lu German will be given by Dr.
HENRY M. BRUNS. Principal.
* CHAULES B. COCHRAN, Assistant.
A fow Boys will bc received as boarders In lite
family of the Principal. dec29 Wlamtui
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The Exorcises or this Institution will bc
resumed on MONDAY, January 3d, 1870. Instruc?
tion given in Laiin, Greek, French, German,
Mathematics and the higher branches ol English.
Thc Behool is well provided with maps, globes
ami philosophical apparatus.
Terms or Instruction, $12 per quarter, payable
In advance. No extra charge for French, German
or Stationery-. W. R. K1NQMAN. A. IL,
dec27 7 Principal.
Enromare, OntLerrj, #c.
A R D W ~A* B B
GUNS, CUTLERY, ?c., ie.
Thc well known establishment of
BISSELL'S HARDWARE STORE,
IS DAILY UECEIV1NG NEW STOCKS OF
ALSO, JUST ItECElVED, A SDPrLY OF
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES.
Call and examine, aud then judge for your?
Look put for the sign of the "MAMMOTH PAD
LOCR," In H?sel street.
JSJTTRRMS STRICTLY CASH. dec25 M
J- 0 H N MARSHALL JR.
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER ANDJRICE.
Charleston, S. C.
sna:24 s _ *"
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT
MARBLE WORKS, *
Corner Meeting street, and Horlbeck's Alley,
Charleston, S. c.
Plans made to order and work executed promptly
CADE M Y OF MUSIC
A SHAKESPEARIAN REVIVAL.
Engagement of thc Eminent English Tragedian,
Mit. NEIL WARNER,
who will appear on MONDAY, January 3d, as the
* , Young Prince,
II A M L E T !
supported by thc entire Company, strengthened
by several accessions.
In announcing Mr. WARNER, the Manager un?
hesitatingly endorses him as one ol' thc few Grand
Actors of the age. He has been secured ata
heavy cost to secure the presentation of Shake?
spearian and other plavs tn thc very best stysk
PRICES OP ADMISSION.-Orchestra CMrs, SI;
Orchestra Circle, Si; Balcony Chairs, $1; Balcony
Dress Circle, $1. Entrance on King street. Se?
cured Seats, 25 cents additional. Family Circle,
50 cents, (one-half reserved for colored families;)
Gallery, 25 cents. Entrance on Market street.
&5~ Scats caoJ)c secured from 0 A. M. to 4 P. M.
dally, at thc Ticket omeo. - Jan3
RAND MASQUERADE BALL
ON THURSDAY EVENING, FEURUARY 3d, 1870.
Tickets, admitting a gentleman and twrJladies, $2.
The number or Tickets will be limited. They
may bo had on application to any member of thc
Committee of Arrangements ; but thc sale of
Tickets wilt bc positively closed on Monday,
CHAS. SIEGLING. C. PLENGE,
C. NORDHAUSSE?, R. HEISSER,
J. L?EDERS, JOHN KLATTE,
JOHN BOESCU, .
Jan3 m th s
g T. PETER'S CATHOLIC FAIR.
No. 140 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
wilLbc protracted to the Nicrrr OP WEDNESDAY,
January fi, 1870.
The Hall will.be opened in the afternoon from
3^to 6; at Night from 7 to ll.
Children not admitted at night, unloss?wlth
their relatives or guardians.
Price of admission-Grown persons 25 cents;
Children IQ cents; Season tickets $1. Jan3
Newspapers, .?lagajirtcs, &z.
Col, D, WYATT AIKEN, of Abbeville, has be?
come associated with thc undersigned in the pub
?cation or thc
which la ruture will be published by WALKER,
EVANS A COGSWELL, and D. WYATT AIKEN.
Articles for publication addressed to the "Edi
tor;" Business Communications to WALKER,
EVANS A COGSWELL, Charleston, S. C.
WALKER, EVANS i COGSWELL.
January 1, 1870.
Thc January Number of thc RURAL CAROLI?
NIAN Is now ready for delivery at the office of
publication, No. 3 Broad street.
?ir* Now ls the lime to Subscribe. janl 2
ROUND THE WORLD.
THE NEW YORK OBSERVER,
Thc Large Doublo Weekly
Sound and Good.
Try it. lt will be Money well Spent.
$3 50 per Annum.
j?3-Sample Copies Free.
SIDNEY E. MORSE, JR., k CO.,
No. 37 Park Row,
dec31 Imo New York.
?li s ft ll un co ns.
DANCING SCHOOL, BY MONS. BER?
GER, over Mr. Kinsman's Confectionary
Store. Hours of Tuition at 4 and 8. o'clock.
Soirees every Saturday. Dancing taught in all
its rarities. Mons. B. ls too well known to re?
quire any comment. Apply at No. 332 King
street. Janl smws*
QYSTERS.- PLEASE TAKE NOTICK
Freshly-opened OYSTERS will be found every
day, beginning TO-DAY, December 31st, at thc
JOHN HURKAMP & CO.,
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BROAD AND KINO STREETS.
The sales by F. KRESSEL, Jr., No. 95 King
street, are discontinued.
IF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
pattern, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite charleston notel,
Charleston, S. C. . decll Ginos
CTS LIKE A CHARM!
THE GENUINE ENGLISH CnLORODINE,
(J. COLLIS liltOWNE'S,)
Is tho best Anodyne ever known to the profes .
sion. To bc bad of . DR. II. DAER,
novS No. 131 Market street.
J E . DAUER,
MUSIC DEALER, Plano Tuner,'Teacher of Vio
lin, Flute aud Guitar. Repairer of Musical Istru
Hitchcock's Five and Ten cents Music always
BALLS AND PARTIES furnished with the best
and most fashionable Music lately received from
Europe at moderate prices. Apply at No. 449
King street, four doors above Calhoun.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They are purely vegetable, sare and sure. The
best Bi ase. For sale by Dr. H. DAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
octs Wholesale Agent.
IF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston, S. C._decl4 Brnos
UPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SUPE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mail, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote is the best remedy that can be
administered in Mauia-a-Potu, aud also for all
. For sale by Dr. H. BAER.
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct6 Atreut for South Carolina.
IF YOU WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
BOOKS, or Lithographlug done in flue slade,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C._decl4 Cmos
Manuiactory or Patent, drated. Farina, Water,
Boston-Butter, Sugar, Lemon, Wine, Milk, Cream
add SODA CRACKERS, Ginger Snaps, Mo?
lasses Cakes, Ac. Having accepted., the Agency
or thc above Factory, I am prepared to IIB all
orders at Manufacturer's prices.
J. N. ROBSON,
. Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
dec3 fmwlmoDAC_Agent for the Shite.
SUCCB8?0KS TO A. ILLINO,
FELT CARPETING 1>? yards wide.
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CA RT if R'S WRITING and COPYING INK
combined, go to
No. 155 Meeting .street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. <? dec 14 6mos
IF YOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Haps of every description, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. s decl4 Cmos
grocerice, Cignors, #c. "
TATOES ! . ^
. Harrison's, Pink Eyes, Dykes and Goodrich's.
Now landing .ex-schooner N. W. Smith. For
sale low from wharf.
jan31 WILLIAM ROACn A CO.
Q.ENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO.
au tons Genuine Peruvian GUANO In store, and
for sale low. Apply to
jqu3 1_J. A. ENSLOW A CO.
JJ AT, POTATOES* AND FISH GUANO.
3-20 bales Prime Eastern HAY.
GO barrels Potatoes. -
113 barrels Fish Guano.
Just received per Schooner Eveline, from Bel
*ist, Me., and for sale low while landing. Apply
to J. A ENSLOW A CO..
jan3 2 No. 141 East Bay.
gCOTCH PIG IRON, s
20 tons, No. 1, Glcngarnoch PIG IRON,
75 tons, No. 1, Eglington PIG IRON.
For sale by RAVENEL A CO.,
Jau3 Cor. East Bay and Vandcrhorsfs Wharf.
2090 Sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, landing from
Ship SUcvc Bloom. For sale low If taken from
Wharf. RA?SSSL, & CO.,
Corner East Ay and Vanderwrst Wharf.
QORN, OATS, BRAN AND HAY..
?4500 bushels Prime WHITE CORN,
1300 bushels Prime Black and White Oats
1000 bushels Bran
300 bushels Primo North River Hay. *
Por sale by .liURMESTER A Z ERBST,
Successors to and late of the Firm of J. N. Tie?
mann A Co. Jan3
QUNNY CLOTH! GUNNY CLOTH f
On thc spot and to arlvc. For sale by
0Ct7 nj_GEO. A. TRENHOI^I A SON.
PRIME WHITE CORN LN < BULK
200S bushels PRIME WHITE BALTIMORE
CORN lu bulk, ex schooner "S. E. Woodbury."
1000 bushels TRIME OATS.
For sale by
declQ_. JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
J^IVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT. %
2800sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, jnst received per
steamship "Adalia," and for sale by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
rJIAYLOR'S ALBANY CHEAM ALE.
A fresh supply of this Celebrated Brand of ALB
received fresh every week, rn barrels and half
barrels.* For sale by ? .
JOBN F. O'NEILL X SON, *
Agents for Somh Carolina,
dccll_.__No. 107 East Bay.
J^TOW LANDING AND FOR SALE LOW
RI EC-EE' & SCHACHTE' 8,
NOS. 21 AND 23 VENDUE RANGE,
10 boxes D. S. Long'Clear MIDDLES
10 boxes D. S. Bellies
. 20 boxes D. S. Chicago Shoulders
Tierces and tilba Pure Lard -
Tubs Extra Lard
if packages Fair to Choice Butter
25 sacks Rio Coirec
75 sacks Manilla Codee ?tc ?
20 Jjbls. Sugars 7
20 bbls. Syrup, Golden Drip and Magnolia.
Cheese, Herrings, Mackerels, Soda, Soaps, Can
dies, Matches, Starch, Ac, Ac. dec29 wfm
T A R D AND CANDLES.
Choice FAMILY LARD, In 3, 6, 7 and 10 pound
Candles, In whole and half boxes, all weights.
As Agent for the Manufacturers, I offer the above
goods at lowest market rates, with a liberal dis-?
conni to the trade for large lots. Dealers are re?
quested to give me a call. Being in weekly re?
ceipt of supplies, I can AU all orders promptly.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
dec? rowflmoDAu . '
RHINE WINE, FRANKER WINE, AND "
The undersigred takes thc liberty to Inform his
friends and the public In general, especially these
who arc fond of a good glass of Wine, that he
has just received several casks of excellent
RHINE, FRANKER, AND MOSEL WINE, and whl
dispose of the same by the barrel, gallon, bottle
or glass, at reasonable rates. J. M. MARTIN,
dec22 v>fm3mo - No. 35 Market street
The undersigned beg to announce that they
have been appointed by Messrs. HENRY S. HAN?
NIS A CO., of Philadelphia, their Sole Agents for
the Stale of South Carolina for the sale of their
celebrated ACME/C, XX XXX, XXXX. NECTAR,.
CABINET, andpther Brands OLD BYS WHIS?
They also wish to announce that they will be in
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannlsville, Berkeley County, West
60 barrels of the above always on hand. .
Liberal contracts will be made for large lots of
new Whiskies In bond at Distillery Warehouse.
CLACIUS A WITTE, s.
Customhouse Sqnare, *L
N. E. corner of East Bay and Fraser's Wharr^ - A
dec20 mwf2mos Charleston, S. C. _~
Q.EO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
HAYNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
nave In Store and to arrive, which they are
offering at lowest market prices
1000 bbls. Yellow Pink Eye Planting POTATOES
4000 sacks Liverpool Salt
50 bales Standard Gunny Bagging
200 colls Hemp, Jute, Cotton aud Manilla Rope
500 bbls. Relined Sugars
30 hhds. Porto Bico Sugars
25 hhds. Muscovado Sugars
100 hhds. Old Crop Cuba Molasses
300 bbls. Old Crop Cuba Molasses
100 bbls. Sugar House Syrup
coo bags Rio, Laguuyra and Java Coffee
SOO boxes Colgate No. 1 and Pule Soaps
250 boxes E. I)., Cheshire and State Cheese
300 bbls. Fine, Super, Extra and Family Floor
500 packages Fish, Nos. 1, 2 aud 3
leeo kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Orange Rifle POWDER, Shot and Lead, Caps,
Candles, Fire Crackers, Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Sugar Jumbles, Soda in kegs and papers, Starch,
Oysters, Sardines, Candy, Buckets and Tubs,
Raisins, Figs, Potash and Lye, Rice, Ac, Ac
JgXTRA UPLAND COTTON SEED.
Bancroft's Selection of the
PROLIFIC DICKSON SEED.
Its genuine character and great yield per acso*
as grown near Athens, Georgia, is authenticated
by certificates signed by gentlemen of known re?
spect ability, and can bc seoL at my ofllee.
soo bushels will be sold at $4 per bushel, in
sacks of 2 to 3 bushels. W. M. LAWTON,
dec25 stusintu5_Factor, Boyce's Wharf.
Sewing iflorijiiKS. f
WHEELER A WILSON.
THE GOLD MEDAL* .
HlGl?IsT PREMIUM. 0 '
LOCK-STITCH," SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
The only Gold Medal. ?
COLLECTOR AND .REAL ESTATE -4GENT,
- No. 26 BROAD STREET,
?Charleston ,'S. C.
Will attend to the BENTINO OF HOUSES, Oel
locttbn of Rents, Accounts, Ac.
Refers to Messrs. Gourdin, Matthlcssen A Co.,
J. C. Cochran, Esq., Dr. T. L. Ogier A Son#Messrs.
Pelzer, Rodgers A Co., Thomas lt. Waring, Esq.,
Messrs. W. B. Williams A Sou.
CJ. SCHLEPEGRELL, *
No. 37 LINE STBEET, BETWEEN KING AND
ST. PHILIP. .
LUMBER of every description and BUILDING
MATERIAL, Lime and Plastering Laths, Pams^
Oils, Classes, Shingles; also Groove and Ton^H
Boards, Ae., constantly ou hand at the lovHSC
market prices. octll mtuslyr^