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No. Hu 1*941 Uar. I'liMi-'i-sti-n. <. C.
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MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1S70.
y J! irs OF Ttl F DAY.
-In New York, on Saturday, gold closed
lower, at 22J?.
.w -Cotton was quiet, with sales or 8000 bale?, at
-In Liverpool cotton was quiet; uplands UXd*
sales 10,000 bales.
-Thc political crisis continues in Spain. Ru
Hpors ol a dictatorship arc mooted.
-Thc story ot thc end or thc Cuban war is re?
produced in Madrid, aud creates a profound sen
-The Bank of England has on hand ?100,000 less
than last wees.; thc Bank or France 31,800,000
-The clerks In the Congressional Printing Office
at Washington want 20 per cent, more pay, the
Increase to datcbaek a year.
-The Governor or Missouri recommends thc rc
Tfloval or State political disabilities from cltizcus
?who were engaged on the losing side in thc ?atc
-The Pall Mall Gazette took eleven hundred
?nd thirty-one words or Mrs. Stowe's latest bit rf
Byron scandal, per Atlantic Cable, Wednesday
-Thc Richmond papers announce the death or
Colonel Richard O. Haskins, o:ic or the oldest
most highly esteemed citizens or that place, on
-An Omaha dispatch says that the Mormon
schism ls Increasing rapidly. There arc over two
thousand apostates now in Utah, an ! they are
abont to have a daily newspaper.
-Thc French Minister or Foreign AtTjirn has ad
dressed a circular to the representatives of France
at foreign courts, announcing that the policy or
.the French Government will bc pacific.
-Thc French Government will be ready to open
.discussion on the (Ecumenical Council and the
relations with the Holy Sc? on tfle 11th, commer?
cial qucslieus on the 13th, and thc domestic
policy of the Empire on the 15th instant.
-Thc rebel Mexican State or San Luis li to bc
Tcconstrucfed. Thc Governor and most or the
members or thc Legislature have beeu put tn
.prison, a new election has been ordered, and a
forced loan or $400.000 has been levied on the pco
-Thc land-tenure conrerence or the nobility and
land-holders, lu ireland, will shortly assemble in
Dublin, and lt is expected that it will rcsnlt in
advancing greatly an arrangement ot the dirri
anilles that now exist between landlord and
-A riot occurred at Longford, Ireland, during
the recent Parliamentary election, between the
.friends of the Fenian candidate. Martin, and
those of Nugent. The military were called out,
and arter Dring upon the Fenians and wounding
several, quelled the disturbance.
-The Spanish ministerial difficulties continue.
Prim is credited with a ract?oas opposition to
measures looking to Immediate settlement or thc
trouble. A majority of the members of thc Cortes
arc opporcd to an extension of thc prerogatives of
the Regent.and thsrc isa strong fooling against
the establishment of a dictatorship.
-Instructions have been sent to thc Supervisor
of thc Division embracing the Indian Territory to
.setze'?ll nnstamped tobacco manufactured there?
to. Hitherto no tax has been levied apon tobac?
co manufactured in this territory, neutral ground
being exempt, but thc abuse of this privilege by
sharpers from thc Slates have lcd to its suspen?
-Slr Curtis Lampar?n ridicules, through thc
London Times, thc anti-repudiation declarations
ortho Governor or New York, and reminds bin
thai it is owing to his action that Fisk has control
-of the Eric Railroad, and Hut, therefore, bc is
responsible io that extent for thc moral and finan?
cial shortcomings of that individu .I.
-Charles Dickens made another speech at r.ir
mlngham last Thursday evening. In the course
of bis remarks he alluded to thc fact that thc
formpr speech of~his had been misunderstood,
..and lie would, therefore, take occasion to reltcr
.ate his political creed, ne had no faith in the
people (with a smaH P) governing; but entire
faith in thc people (with a large P) governed. He
pat infinite trust in the masses, but none, what?
ever, in the so-called ruling class.
-The difficulties which havo been so long
pending between the Khedive or Egypt and the
Snltan or Turkey are increasing, aud serious re?
sults are anticipated In official circles, lt ls
thought that Russian influence ls stimulating the
Khedive into a position or open hostility. The
Khedive objects to borrowing money under the
instructions or thc Sultan, and unless England
sad France interfere to prevent an outbreak, it is
beared that more serious consequences may
-A New Tork letter of Thursday says: "Thc
news from Charleston that thc steamer Anna has
put in there is creating a IS'ely sensation among
-.^Jhc Cnbans :hls afternoon, and thc hope is ex?
pressed that she may s.iccecd In getting oil" borore
/Uncle Sam can lay his clutches upon her. Thc
/ -departure of this vessel from New York as a sup
' posed Cuban privateer was chronicled in the
Philadelphia Ledger several days ago. The Junta
cannot understand, however, why she pnt into
Into Charleston, but conclude that she must have
beeu driven in lhere by stress of weather."
-The second public conervation 0f the (Eco
meiiical Council commenced on Thursday morn?
ing. The first wa-, ou the occasion of the inaugu?
ration or rho ceremonies. Oa Thursday they
-were not on so grand a scale as those of the
opening day, aud the number of spectators was
smaller. The Pope was present, but there was
no procession to the Hall of the Council, and no
opening address was delivered. "Mass wa? cele?
brated, arter which euch father delivered to the
Pope his pro;.-sion or faith, according to the ior?
mina of Pius IThoug'i its organization is com?
pleted, thc Council carnot yet promulgate de?
cree?. The Pope continues in fine health.
-In the New York, as well as thc Baltimore
. Staats^Zcituug, has just appeared a letter rroni
Berlin, written by Professor Rudolph Gueist, D.
D., lu reference to Dr. Paul Sehoeppe, for whom he
Bays there ls no great sympathy in his birth-plncc.
.Professor Gucist says that six or seven years ago
a person of the same name and corresponding
agc. was sentenced to prison in Berlin for adroit
forgeries, ne had been private secretary to
Cjuiit Blankensee. The father of the alleged for
g jr, it is stated, also was a village minister. Af
t?rwards both emigrated to the United States.
The press of Germany revives thc whole adair or
ib-sc alleged old rorgerics In discuss.ng the
'8ch03ppc affair in thia coantry.|
-AU important ac. passed at the last session
?." the Dominion Parliament, with the view of J
prevent lng Carinda being made an asylum for
thieves and swindlers, goes into operation this
year. This act provides that if any person takes
Into Canada, or has lu his possession therein, any
property stolen or obtained by fraud or false
pretences in any other country, in such manner
that thc ??ealing or obtaining it in like manner in
Canada wuuld l>e a felony or misdemeanor, then
thc laki:;^ of such property there, or having lt in
possession wiih a knowledge of ii.s being unlaw?
fully obtained, shall bo un ol'ence of the same na?
ture and punishable in the same manner an if thc
stealing or unlawful obtaiuailcc had taken place
Charleston is not Radical enough! A
Radical Mayor, of approved pattern, and
?i City Council consisting of nine col?
ored Radical Aldermen anti seven while
Radical Aldermen, does not content the par?
ty. The chief city of the State must be
above suspicion of respectability; it must
not run thc remotest, (langer of obtaining,
one of these days, a decent and intelligent
government. Therefore, shall the corporate
limits bc extended, so that Charleston may
have more Radical voters; therefore, shall
the municipal elections take place in No?
vember next, just one year earlier than the
time by Radical law established.
It boots not to argue about this extraordi?
nary proposition. The Radical members of
the Legislature know no law but their own
sweet will, and have no nobler aim limn to
brace aud bolster up their fast failing party.
If they determine to extend Charleston lo
Summerville, to give us a round dozen of
Mayor Pitlaburys, and to order an election
only once in u decade, they will certainly do
it, whether we like it or not. Indeed, inc
more we dislike it, tho more opposed the
scheme may be to justice, sense and souud
polity, the more likely it is to become sure?
ly and speedily a law. So oar world wags
at this particular lime.
We had thought that Charleston was
thoroughly Radicalized a year ago. This,
at least, was our impression. Why, then, is
it necessary to give us mure territory, more
voters, and au earlier election ?
Mayor Pillsbury and his Couneil have disap?
pointed ' 'the party." Every dusky son cf liam
who voled for "the old man" in November,
18GS, counted on rcceiviug, a3 his reward, a
small something, with plenty of pay aud little
work. This was the fond expectation of every
man-jack of them. Mayor Pillsbury did his
best. A number of stupid negroes took thc
place of an equal number of experienced
white policemen. This did not make offices
enough, and the number of policemen was
increased. Then came the turn of the Street
Inspector. Squads of loungiug freedmen,
week after week, flirted away the public
dust, or nonchalantly gathered the weeds
that defaced our quiet streets. They were
well paid for the work, and tn the twelve
months the city contrived to spend, on the
police force and thc streets, $210,000>/?ut
this was only a drop in the bucket. Every
negro who was not employed to do nothing
at two dollars a day, became tho enemy of
the administration, and the doom of Pills?
bury was sealed when he connived at the
passage of a lioense bill which did not or?
dain that, from thc""liate thereof, every
Charleston freedman should have a white
skin, a straight shin and the outlines of thc
As a mere means of obtaining more negro
votes, thc bill now before the Legislature is
of no consequence to ns. With the bill, or
without it, the Radicals will poll more than
their legal strength. They can import from
the islands without the bill, or bring in from
the parishes with it. In one way, however,
tho new bill will assist the destitute private*
of the Radical army. With the extension of
the eily limits, will come tho need of more
policemen, more laborers, more officials of
all sorts and size3. There will be a larger
area to watch, and miles of new roads lo
weed out and repair. All this will give
work to the negroes, and strengthen
the bar-k of "the parly." The taxpayer, on
thc contrary, can sec too clearly that this
extension of thc city limits must add large?
ly to the cost ol' the eily government, while it
will not add, in a like degree, to the revenue
of the eily.
The hastening of the day Tor holding thc
municipal elections is the only favora?
ble feature of tho bill. We shall have,
one ye ir sooner than we expected, thc op?
portunity to give our growing city :i capable,
and upright government And if our good
men, without distinction of party, plan and
work together, this will surely bc done.
The Bone Bill. .
The ''phosphate mouoply" bill comos up
Tor action iu the Legislature to-day, and its
friends are confident that ?twill pass, chiefly
because of thc opposition it has encountered
at the hands of the anti-Radical press.
But, for once, Radical and Democrat,
scalawag and patriot, carpet-bagger and
reputable citizen, white mau and black, are
united in a common cause. The Radical
papers are more flerce io their denunciation
of the phosphate bill than the Democratic
journals are. A mass meeting ef dycd.in
the-wool Republicans protests against it.
The private secretary of his Excellency, Gov?
ernor Scott, writes newspaper articles slash?
ing the bill to pieces, and showing the vast
injury that would bc done thc people by thc
creation of so huio a monopoly.
For the lirst tir.ie the Radical members of
thc General Assembly have an opportunity
of pleasing all classes and conditions of
men. They can, by repealing the bill, make
ijlad the dull heart of conspiring Democrat,
elevate the head of aspiring CufTee, give
new strength to the arm of labor, afford
room for boasting to the Radical Republi?
can. And so forth !
Radicals of the South Carolina General
Assembly ! show by your votes to-day what
was your auswer to the pertinent question :
"How arc you on Phosphates?" ty
MR. RICHARD LATHERS, of New York, has
remained so long in Charleston, that we aro
encouraged to hope that be may entertain
thc idea of returning for good to this his
native State. Tho honorable energy and
singular ability which won for Mr. Lathers
name and fortuno in the busy marts of the
metropolis of America, are needed now for
the service of South Carolina. Unless we
have more means, more banking capital,
our trade must languish, and to whom
should we look for counsel and assistance if
not to those who, in their own persons, have
reflected honor on our Stale, and have
known no change In their kindliness and
G crryma nd c ri 5.
A Long Struggle Closed.
At last tho Paraguayan war is atan end.
The allied Brazilian, Argentine and Uru?
guayan forces have captured Yquatimi, arni
sent Dictator Lopez flying into Bolivia. Thc
Orleanist Prince d'Eu, communder-iu-cbic!
of tho allied armies, has titus marched Co
consummate victory, and will soon evacuate
Paraguay and return to Montevideo. Th
war now closed has been waged against
Lopez fer fire years, having been inaugurat?
ed November ll, 1SG4, when a Brazilian
steamer was captured as an intruder on the
Paraguay. Brazil was invaded hy Loper, in
December. In the following April the dic?
tator invaded the territories of tho Argen?
tine Republic, which immediately made an
alliance with Brazil. Since that time the
war has been stubbornly contested on both
sides, Lopez falling back sullenly from point
to point before the superior power of the in?
vader, but never without desperate fighting.
Thc war has been a terrible drain on the al?
lies, but it has resulted almost in the de?
population of Paraguay, and the utter ruin
of its material interests.
TnE last labor movement comes in the
shnpo of a legislative joint resolution, intro?
duced on Saturday, providing for the ap?
pointment in every county of a contract
agent, who shall supervise, approve and re
cord all contracts between "employers and
"employees," receiving for his paius fifty
cent? from ench contracting party. Each
contract shall "receive tho signature and
"seal of tho agent, to validate it," and ali
contracts for the year 1870, "thongh made,
"signed and entered opon," shall be subject
to the same rule. That is to say, that no
contract shall he binding unless made in a
certain form, and that contracts already
made shall bo void, unless they are recorded
and approved, accordisg to a law enacted
after the contracts were made. This is an
absurdity. It is so far outside of tba consti?
tution, and so gross an inf riagement of natu?
ral rights, that even our law-makers will
not stomach it. We may add that the deci?
sion of the agent in eases of disagreement
would not bc binding on cither party to the
contract. The agent might arbitrate and
"award justice," but the courts alone could
decide thc case t?nally.
WEIGHT, the senator from Beauwft, has
introduced a bill into the Legislature, pro?
viding that it shall not he lawful for any per
son or persons "to issue checks, receipts, or
"scrip, to be used as monet/, or for tho pur?
chase of goods, without the consent of the
"General Assembly." The object i.- to pre?
vent employers from giving due-bills instead
of money to their laborers; but in its present
shape this tremendous bill would put a stop
to our mercantile business, close all the
banks, and prevent H. I?. Kirnpton from
drawing more drafts upon tho Treasury of
tho State. Will not Senator Wright have
mercy and amend his little bill! Perhaps
he would also introduce a proviso that
when a planter has ?cot the ready mon<\v
with which to pay his laborers, aud dare
not give a due-bill or check, he shall be
permitted to draw the necessary amount in
coin from the Financial Arent of the State
ALWAYS one of the best, tho Yorkville En?
quirer is now the largest paper in the Slate.
That sterling weekly, the Carolina Spartan,
has also enlarged it sheet, and has donned u
new dress. With one exception, which
modesty forbids us to name, the Spartan
bas become the neatest paper published in
WE aro requested by the writor of the let?
ter to Senator Corbin, which will be found in
another column, to ask that such of our
State papers as have given publicity to the ar?
guments of tho senator in favor of the Phos?
phate bill, should likewise publish the letter
which the speech has provokad.
THE Greenville Mountaineer, which sus?
pended publication somo months ago, ha.*,
we are glad to see, boen revived, and comes
to us brighter than ever.
IXO withdrawn from thc Pirra of L. n.iM
HWiLL.t CO., will continue the lloml and Stork
Brokerage nuttiness un Iiis own account, at So. :
Uniere tell for thc purchase or sale of Bonds.
Stocks.Gold, Hank Bills, or other Securities, will
Ix? promptly and faithfully executed. Special at?
tention given to thc loan I nj? of moucv on good
Collaterals. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
Lnte of L. Cambria & Co.
Charleston, January 3, 1870.
- Dissolutions of Capartnersi]ip.
DTS??T?Tl0N~ OF Cv)PAKTNERSd 1 P.
The rirm of L U AMURI LL A CO. is hereby
dissolved, from and after this date, by its owu
The business of thc late Arra will be liquidated
by the subscriber, who will hereafter contlunc thc
business OH his own account and ia his own
name. L. G Ail BR I LL.
January 1, 1ST0._ja? I 6 jo*
COPARTNERSHIP DISSOLU T IO N.
The Firm of LBHGN1CK & SELL ls this day
dissolved by limitation. Either Copartner will
sign In liquidation.
CHARLB8 A. LFWGNICK,
EDWARD KMER1CK SELL.
Charleston, December 31.1SS0.
Hie undersigned have this day formed a Co?
partnership tinter Firm name of LENGNICK,
SELL k FOSTER, and will continue the business
as Importers and Jobbers of Fancy Goods, No?
tions, Millinery and straw Goods, heretofore con?
ducted by LENGN1CK & SELL.
CHARLES A. LENONICK,
EDWARD SMEKICK SELL,
Charleston, 3. C., Jauuary 1,1870.
Jans inwfe _
NOTICE.-MR. JOHN G. CRANE HAS
this day retired from Hie lirai or CRASH,
BOTLSTON A CO. Either partner will sign in
The undersigned will conflnne the Wholesale
DRY GOODS. Business at Hie old stand, No. 43
Uayne street, under the same style and firm
uaiue. J. REID ROYLSTOX.
ALBERT Z. DEM A REST,
HENRY BOYLSTON, Jr.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The firm or L. OAM3RILL A CO. ls hereby
dissolved from and after this date, by ita own
The business of the late firm will bo liquidated
by L. GAURHILL, who will hereafter continue
the business on his own account aud In his own
name. L. GAMBR1LL,
EDWARD M. MORELAND.
January 1.1870._juna Ocit*
K. BATES is admitted as partner in our
Ural rrom this date. EDWIN BATES ft CO.
Charleston, S. (?., January 1. 1870. Janl IS
"T~LAD YT?~T? IE VICINITY OP THE
J. JL Parochial School, nuder the SnpcriliteR
oenre or the Rev. A. T. PORTCR, ran anconiMO
dttte six or eijfbt boys with Hoard, wnaliing and
ruendiu* at $1S per month, thc Arri payabliln
advance. Apply r.t No. 69 spring street, fourth
dor>r froui Rutledge avenue. Ja*i8 2
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS A Ni*
BOARD at. Mrs. MILLER'S, No. 6 Hudson
WANTS F ALL KINDS CAN BE
made kiwn to everybody in this column
at the rate of Stents for twenty words or less,
fach Insertion.! paid in advance.
WANTED]A WHITE LAD. APPLY
_at Xo. ? icing street._Janie-1*
C?OPERS.-I -WISH TO EMPLOY SIX
good spit barrel COOPERS; good material,
steady cm ploy md cue dollarf?l) fur making. A.
MORGAN; lieofctOWii, S. 0., January tf, 1870.
ii II lo niicJ
A KENTS MINTED WITH SMALL CAPI
J.X. TAL to HI a staple article. Great induce
ita-cts itffteral. Bend 85 cents for sample. Ad?
dress (?EORGESYEUB, Charleston, S. C.
WANTE1] TWO CANVASSERS FOB
this ciy to Introduce an Article or nc
ccsxity to even family or individual, but espe?
cially to in vallis. $10 to $20 per day can be
camed by any me possessing a good address, in?
telligence aududustrious habit?. Address E. J.
K.. care P. vnu&iuteii, No. 229 King street, next
door to Acadeiy of Music. Jamo 2
WANTED, A H O U S E, NEAR THE
ccmn/part. or thc city, containing Ave or
six rooms, v/tn good outbuildings and water.
Address 1), attMs onice. sept^B
WANTE), A GERMAN GIRL TO
Cook aid Wash for a small fain Rr. One
"hat can Mig recommendations will bear or a
good home. Apply at this offlcc. der,28
WANT?, A IOS PECT ABLE WHITE
WOWS, who ls willing to be generally
usefuL A Iso a Waltingmau, well recommended
by previous tooloy ers. Apply at this Otllce.
WANTO), A SITUATION AS SUPER
INTElOBNT ou a lliceflan tatton by a one
armed man, rho has seven jcars' experience in
Kin-culture, .nd good recommendation*lrom his
,ormer empleyerB. Please address TV. E. W.,
charleston. s.e. decs
\T7"AN?f?D, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
TT lu aWholrsalc Drug Store, or a large Re
Ml and Pre*rlpilon Dnig Store. No objection to
go in the covtm. Will axpect lint a sci ?ll cum
?rmtation at jrst. The ?pplicant ls a graduate of
:he South Cmolini Medical College. Address M.
lt., throusrli ue Porome?, oem
WANTEL, AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
s nj Play Doiurs per month, to sell Hw
?lily Geniuie Improved Common Sense Family
DEWING Mt CHINE. Price only $18. Great lu
;noeraents o Alerts. Thia ls thc most popular
sewing Maciine of the dar-makes the famous
.Elastic Lo* Stitch"-will do any kind of work
Wiat can be (one on any machine. One hundred
thousand BOi) and the demand constantly- 1D
.roastng. Nt* i.s the time to take an agency.
>eud for Giratars. MST Beware of infringer?.'?a
Address SKCOWB A CO., Boston, Mass.; rttt-ii
.jurg.Pa.. or St j/nit?, Mo._oct2? "mos
_ ?ox Sale.
FOR SA IE. THE TWO AND A HALF
STORY HOUSE, situated No. 6 Basel street,
near East Bur. For term? apply te io. 107 East
FOR SALE, A FINE DWELLING IN
thc centre of the city and convenient to.hnsl
uesfl, with sk large square rooms aid three dress?
ing room?, md outbuildings ncosesary, in tine
order. Inquire at this omec._drei "
HORSES AND MULES. - THE SUB?
SCRIBER h?B and will kee? on hand a con?
tant supply or MC LUS AND HORSES at his
stables, 0.ueen street, between Friend and Ma?
zy ck. P. WEST,
drei S rt.
f.^OK SALE, AN EXCELLENT VARIE?
TY of UPLAND COTTON SEED. Delivered
xi the South Caroline Railroad, tn bag? of two
basnets, tito per baikal for four bushels or les?,
fl SS per bivsii?i for six bushels or more. Apply
to GEO RGB E. WITA LET, St. Matthew's P. o.,
urangeburg County, S. C._dec8 2mos
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
0nEAT4AEGXB(<-0ne small Cylinder TAY
1.0RPRESSE oompletcr?iIT8*r.--U. bas beon but
utile used, aid IA sold sirapiy-^^cflMisc thc present
4'wncr has ni usc for lt. Hie sire of thc bed ol
Hie Press is firiy-fuur by fifty-eight in oh os. Sold
Press wul bc told at a great bargain If applied for
at once, as te room it ooeupies is wau tod for
.fiber purposei. Address? BoxNo. 3795 New York
Post otu c.?. _SK pt JO
?anb for Sale.
FOR SALE OR RE.VT, A PLANTATION
situated on the Afiiley River, a row miles
irotn the city, contenting about one' hundred
acres, one-hair cleared, with comfortable dwell?
ing and necessary outmildings. If not sold by
thc 20th instant, thc ?wner will be willing to let
thc premises to a r'ponslble party with a small
capital, to be plar*cd on shares. For further rn
formation apply lo Veunlng's Wharf, south of
FLORIDA L4.ND FOR SALE..-A
valuable PLANTATION of 8S0 acres In Ma?
rlon County, Klotdu, is offered nt private sale,
about one hau* ?eared and nnder cultivation;
part best hamntck. This Plantation ls one of
the most de*irabfc In the State; ls very pro. 1 ne?
uve for Cotton, Rice, Corn, Sugar, Vegetables,
4c; also line fa-Oranges and other Fruits; la
located In one ofUie healthiest and mos: plea
sunt neighborhoods in the Suite, being conveni?
ent to railroads, churohes, kc. Apply to A. B.
MULLIGAN, Conon /actor, Accommodation
Wharf. Charleston S. C._novl?
VALUABLE TIMBER LANDS AND
STEAM SAW Ml Ii.S FOR SALE.-I will sell
20,000 acres or LANI) and FOUR STEAM SAW
MILLS, situated in Collaou County, S. C., on the
These Lauds luve ai unlimited supply or Hie
very llnesi pine titnurr.and also line facilities ror
running machinery trill waler power. All thc
Mills are uow in soecssful operation, and are
connected with the rlnr either by canal or rail?
road. Location heal nr. water exfolient, mid
Lands well adapted fur com, cotton, rice or
I will sell these Lams In a hedy or divide them
Imo tracts lo suit pur.liasers.
For rurther part laure, apply to JOHN T. JEN?
NINGS, George's statha, S. c. Railroad.
doc*! fm w-iiins*_
HALLS TO RENT.-THE SPLENDID
II ALLS In the AcidcHiy or Music are now
cady to be Rented tu parties who may require
them for Fairs, Balts. Aiiilrcirarles, Dinners and
Celebrations, Public Meilings and Private Theatri?
cals. The public interaied ure respectfully in?
vited lo view the premies. Terms vtry mode?
rate. Apply to JULIUS L. MOSES, Agent, No. U4
Broad street. jan io imo
COOPE R RIVE ?-ONE OF THE SAFEST
places on the tiver, with reserve waler to
make a crop, contaCing 125 acres, to rent. Ap?
ply to GF.O. H. INO. HAU AM k SON.
mo KENT, THAT DESIRABLE REST
JL DENCE No :.? Bull street, containing (10)
leu rooms, and nil necessary outbuildings, in
completo repair. Apply to WEST * JONES, No.
70 East. Bay._jan 8 1 uiw-fa
FOR RENT, ALL THE PLANTING
Land formerly owned and occupied by Mr.
William Bell, on tn- craters of Back River und ou
a linc with the Munni Holly Depot, Northeastern
Railroad, 21 mties I rou Charleston. THEODORE
tl. BARKER, Execuur Hrs. Martha J. M. Bell.
jane 7 _
foot mb jFonnb.
STRAYED, FROMTHE PREMISES No.
li Wentworth treet, a Fawn willi a rel
lane around his neck. A reward will be paid for
Hs return. Janis 1
LOST, ON SAT Hil) A Y EVENING, IN
Uennfain street, fctsreeu Smith and King
Mieefs.n pair Of OPKU G LASS US, lu case. A
reward Hill be given i left at this oilloc.
Jan in l
LOST, SATUR DAT NIGHT, ON WENT
WORT1I ot Rutlcilrs streets, a Smith & v.vs
wuCSPIsTOii. The tinier will be rewarded by
leaving it ai thl-uin?. ' janiu i*
Newspaper;, ?Hagajiues, #c.
E W S ' A P E R S ,
ILLUSTRATED, Srlous or Comic, at Hie
IlAELL STREET BAZAAR,
At one-third less tan the usual prices. Jan?
ROUND TUB WORLD.
THE NEW" pRK OnSBItYER,
The Lftf? Dnutile Weekly
FAMILY NBWSPAPBR. .
Sos. il and Good.
Try lt. lt wlUbe Monoy wcJJ Spent.
$S finer Annum.
SIDNEY I, MORSE, JR., k CO.,
No. 87 Park Row,
decSl Ira? New Tort.
Thc Sixty:thlrd Anniversary Sapper will take
lace THIS (Monday) EVENING-, January loth, 1870,
t half-past 8 o'clock, at ihe Hall, corner of King
nd Society streets.
Members and invited guests arc respectfully in
lted to atteud. J. F. O'HARA,
junio Secretary and Treasurer.
The Regular Communication of Orange
iodgc will bu held at Masonic Hall Tuis EVE
?INO, at 7 o'clock.
Candidates for E. A. Degree will be punctual.
THOMAS S. KEE,
IO. 0. F.-THE OFFICERS AND MEM
. IlEItS of the R, W. Grand Encampment
mil please assemble Tnis EVENINO, at 7 o'clock,
;o Install the officers of Ashley Encampment.
J. E. ME YE It,
janlO Graud Scribe.
HOPE SOCIAL CLUB.-A MEETING
of your Club will be held at the Hope En?
jille Hall Tuts EVENING:, loth Instant, at 7 o'clock.
JOHN E. BUHNS,
JanlO * Secretary.
CH AHLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
Au Extra Meeting of the Charleston Mechan?
ic Society will bc held at the Masoulc Hall, Tins
(Monday) EVENING, loth Instant, at 7 o'clock.
j an 10_Secretary C. M. S.
p ERMAN FUSILIER SOCIETY.-A
\JT Meeting or the Fusilier Society will be held
at Mr. Jungbiuih's Hall, Tins EVENING, ut 7
o'clock. Members are requested to attend.
JOHN A. BLUM,
HOME LOAN AND BUILDING ASSO
TloN.-A Meeting of the Shareholders of
ima Association will bc held at Masonic Hall, Tnis
EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
F. B. HACKER,
janlO_Secretary and Treasurer.
rpHE FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH
X OF CHARLESTON.-The Annual Meeting of
tue Corporators and Fewholdcrs will be held
oa Tuis AFTERNOON, loth lustaut, at the
President's office, Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,
at ? P. M. D. RA VENE L. JR.,
Jan? 3 ft Secretary.
MERCANTILE CO-OPERATIVE AS?
SOCIATION OF CHARLESTON.-A Special
Meeting of the Shareholders of this Association ls
called by the Board or Directors, to be convened
at thc Hall of the Washington Fire Engine Com?
pany, in Vaudcrhorst street, Tuts EVBNI.NO. at s
Putietual attendance and a full representation
la requested, as very important business will bc
submitted. L. C. HENDRICKS,
JanlO_Secretary ana Treasurer.
CHARLESTON LIB RABY SOCIETY.
Th? Recular Quarterly Meeting Of this So?
ciety will be held at the Library To-MoRRGW,
llth instant, at 1 o'clock P. M.
JanlO 2_Librarian C. L. 3.
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE
South Carolina State Agricultural and Me?
chanical society will meet In Columbia, at the
Columbia Hotel, at 7 o'clock P. M., on TUESDAY,
thc iiih instant. All the members arc requested
to be present.
By order or thc President.
D. WYATT AIKEN.
Ja nio 3 Secretary S. C. A. and M. Society.
SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF THE
FAMILIES OK" DECEASED AND DISABLED
INDIGENT MEMBERS OP THU MEDICAL PRO?
FESSION OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The Annual Meeting of the Society will uke
place at Tully's, Klug street, ou WKDNE-'IAY, thc
12th, al 7 o'clock, P. M. Supper will b an table
ai 8 o'clock, P. M.
IL W. DESAUSSCRE,
JanlO mtuw3 Secretary.
Ct H ARLESTON COUNTY AGRIC?LTU
/ TURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.
A meeting or this Society will bc held at Market
Hull, in this city, ai ll A. M., on Tu casu AV, the
Officers ror the ensuing year will bc elected, and
the By-Laws and Constitution submitted ror dual
The first or a serlos or Lectures will bc delivered
in thc evening or the same day, at the .Medical
College, Qimcn street, by Prof C. U. Shephard, Jr.
Subject-chemistry as Related to Agriculture.
Tickets of admission lo this Lecture will be
given to members on thc day of thc meeting. A
rall and punctual at icu dan ce ol thc members,
and all who arc interested in thc development or
an intelligent culture of thc soil, la reHpeotfuliy
Tue Agent of the Steamer St. Helena and the
Superintendents ol thc Sooth Carolina and North?
eastern Railroads have kindly consented to bring
and return members for one rare. janG 0
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
MAI LRU AD COMPANY, AND OF Tn H SOL'TH
WKSTBRN RAILROAD B A N K.-Thc Annual
Meeting uf the Stockholders or the abo vc Institu?
tions will be held In thc City or Charleston, on
thc seeond TUESDAY in Pcbruary next, thc 8th or
thc month. Place or meoting, Hall or thc South?
western Railroad Rank, on Rroad street. Hour
ol convening, ll o'clock A. M.
Ofllhe day following, WEDNESDAY, thc Otb,
there will he au election held at thc same place,
between the hours of 0 A. M. and 3 P. M., for fir
teen Dirwiti.ru of thc Railroad Company, and
thirteen Directors of Hie Bank. A Commute to
vitrify Proxies will attend.
The following amendment to Article 1st, Sec?
tion -in. of the By-Laws, proposed at the laut An?
imal Meetiog, will come up for action at this :
Amend Article 1st, Suction al, of thc By-Laws
by Kinking out the words "Ibree months" in
thesixtli line, and Insert mg "thirty days." The
portion of the Article to which the amendment ls
proposed now reads: "Nor shall any Stockholder
vote at ;uiy general or other election who shall
liol have held in his own right thc shares' on
which he odors to vote at leasl three luo'ilhs
previous to such election."
Stockholders will be pawed as usual over the
Road, to and from the Ulcctiug, free of charge, in
accordance with thc resolution nf the Convention
ot 1,154. J.R. EMERY.
Q. 0 L D WANTED.
Apply lo W. P. HALL,
JanlO 1 Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
?lndjincrn, (Hustings, #c.
J^EETING STREET FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IR NOW nTRNIBUINa THE IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on band.
Improved Vertical and Horizental Cora Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and
Pans, or all sizes.
Horse-Powers and Gin Gearing, from ? to 18 feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery ami Castings of all descriptions made
'Particular alter lion palillo House Fronts am)
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
Sash Weights. .Vc... *e.
WILLIAM S. 11 ENERBY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
No. 311 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jg X CE i.SIOR IRON WORKS,
FOOT OF MTU STREET, EAST RIVER.
IRON FRONTS, I
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OP IRON WORK
Fun BI'ILDING niRrosKS.
GEO. R. JACKSON, BURNET & CO.,
RANCH 0?IMC3, NO. '201 0SNT.1l! STREBT,
L'ORNER OF HOWARD.
"?ENZINE, DOUBLE DISTH.LED,
WILL REMOVE GREASE SPOTS
Manufactured and for sale. Wholesale and re
tall, by DR. H. RAER,
no vj No. 131 Meeting street.
OADEMY OP MUSIC.
SECOND AND LAST WERK OF SHAKESPEARI?
RE-ENG AG EM E NT OF THF!
Tao popular young English Tragedian,
Mit. NEIL WARNE ll.
l-'lrst appearance or the Voting American Actor,
MR. JOSEPH T. FANNIN.
THIS (MONDAT) EVENING, January loth. 16?0,
Shakespeare's noble Tragedy, entitled
THE MOOR OF VENICE.
Iago.Mr. FANN N
Probably no one of Shakespeare's plays, willi
lite cxcepiion or "Hamlet," is more popular in the
representation than this. It ls believed to have
been one or the author's last, aa it is one of his
greatest dramatic achievements. The adv?cales
ror thc preservation or the unities of the drama,
lind In the construction or this tragedy an argu?
ment In support or their theory. Or. Johnson re
marks with truth, that had thc scene opened in
Cy pms, and Hie preceding Incidents been occa
sioually related, there had been little wanting to
a drama of the most exact and scrupulous re
gnlnriry. And a writer in Blackwoods Magazine
asks. "In what play of Euripides is singleness of
interest more completely preserved ? Thc haugh?
ty bearing, conscious pride, but ardent love of the
Moor; the deep love of Desdemona, nourished, as
wc so often sec in real life, by qualities in her the
very reverse; thc gradual growth of Jealousy from
her innocent sportiveness or manner, and the dia?
bolical machinations or Iago; her murder, in a
flt or jealousy, by her despairing husband, and
his self-sacrillce when thc veil was drawn from
his eyes-are all brought forward, if not with thc
literal (.trimness or the Greek druma, at least
with as much regard to unity of lime, place and
action, as ls required by its principles."
On TUESDAY, lTMi,
VIRGINIOS, OR THE ROMAN FATHER.
Yirgiuius.Mr. WARN KR
Appiua Claudius.Mr. FAKKJjV
Mr. FORD ls glad lo announce that he will be
able, during the week, to present thc magnificent
Tragedy of Shakespeare, entitled
MACBETH, KINO OF SCOTLAND.
ROMEO AND JULIET,
Many flattering requests having been made for
the repetition or the sublime Tragedy or HAM?
LET, the Management will be enabled, by the re?
engagement or Mr. WARNER, to comply dnrlug
MUSEUM OF LIVING- WONDERS!
AT THE HIBERNIAN HALL.
THREE DAYS ONLY.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY aud SATURDAY EVE?
NINGS, and FRIDAY and SATURDAY AFTER?
NOONS. January 13,14 and 15.
Miss ANNA SWAN, the Nova Scotia Giantess,
eight reet one Inch high; weight 410 pod ho's,
/unEDIE LUTI, the beautiful Circassian Lady;
MONS. JOSEPH, the great French Giant, over
eight feet high; weight 400 pounds.
Also, the wonderful WILD AUSTRALIAN CHIL?
DREN-making In all the largest, mest attractive
and pleasing exhibition", now travelling.
Receptions held from i io 5, and from 7 to 9,y
.'clock P. M.
Admission, CO cents; children, 25 cents; colored
people, 25 cents. A, J. BATES,
Janies Business Manager.
p RAND MASQUERADE BALL
UT OP THB
ON THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3d, 18TC
Tickets, admitting a gentleman and two ladles, $2
The nember of Tickets will be limited. They
may be had on application to any member of the
Committee of Arrangements; but thc sale or
Tickets will bc positively closed on Monday,
CHAS. SIHGLING. C. PLBNGE,
C. NORDHAUsSHN, R. HSISSER,
J. LUIDERS. JOHN KLA'lTE,
?a??liG anb harness.
?jpT~?~R S~A L E,
A lot of second hand team HARNESS, at low
rates, by CHAPEAU A- HEFFRON,
JanIO 3 No. 68 Meeting street.
A D D L E R Y, &c,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
SADDLERY, SADDLERY HARDWARE.
Carriage Materials, Leather, Ac.
Attention is called to our extensive Stock,
which we offer on reasonable terms. Also, to a
large Stock of Second-hand Army (McClellan)
SADDLES. Orders promptly attended to.
Agents for the celebrated American Double
acting, Non-freezing FOMCE AND SUCTION
PUMPS, cspcoially valuable for extinguishing
Ores, washing wagons, watering gardens, bring?
ing waver from great depths with comparative
case. RICE PLANTERS will lind these Pumps
valuable ror Ditch-draining and Irrigating. Testi?
JENNINGS, TnOMLINSON A- CO.,
No. 159 Meeting street,
Jan4 Imo Opposite Charleston Hotel.
H E F"LT G C~O?TL A R .
Warranted not to gall, for sale low, at
CHAPEAU A HEFFRON,
JnnIO 3 No. 08 Mr-ctlng street.
jp 0 R STATIONER Y
Call at 1IASEL STREET BAZAAR,
And save one-third thc amount usually paid.
DANCING SCHOOL, BY MONS. BER?
GER, over Mr. Kinsman's Confectionary
Store. Hours or Tuition al 4 and 8 o'clock.
Soirees every Saturday. Dancing taught mall
its varilles. Mons. B. ls too well known to re?
quire any comment. Apply at No. 332 Klug
QYSTERS.- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
Freshly-opened OYSTERS will bc round every
day, beginning TO-DAY, December 31st, al the
JOHN HURKAMP 4 CO.,
BOtTHEAST CORNER OF BROAD ANW KING STREETS.
The sales by F. K BESSEL, 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 Hotel,
Charleston, s. C._dec!4 Cmos
IF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTBR AND
CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel
Charleston. S. c._decl4 Cmos
p RAT T'S "ASTRAL" OIL
Unlike many other Illuminating Oils, ta per?
ice Ly pure and free front all adulterations or
mixtures ur any kind, lt emits no offensive
smell while burning, gives a soft and brilliant
light, and can be used with ibo same assurance
of safety ns gas. Chemists pronounce it the
liest und safest Illuminating oil ever offered Mi
the public;and Insurance Companies endorse and
urge upon consumers Hie use of Hie "Astral" Oil
th preference to any other. His now burned by
thousands of faiuill- s, and in no instance lins
any accident occurred from its use; a lamp filled
with it, ii upsn ?md broken, will not explode. To
prevent adulteration, ihu "Astral" Oil is packed
only in thc Guaranty l'aient cans, or l gallon
and 5 gallons each, and each can ls scaled in a
manner that cannot be counterfeited. Every
package willi uncut seal we warrant. Be sure
and get none Inn the genuine article. Pratt's "As?
tral" oil. for salo by dealers everywhere, and at
wholesale ami retail by the proprietors
OL'. HOUSE OF CHARLES PRATT,
No. 108 Fulton street, New York,
Post olll ce Box No. 3050.
Send for circulars, with testimonials mid price
llsw. Enclose stamps for copy or the "Astral
For sal? by GOODRICH, WI NEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Charleston. S. C. declS
TF YOU WANT LITHOGRAPH CHECK
J. BOOKS, or LU hographing doue in tine style,
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Charleston, s. c. _dec 14 fimos
TF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
J. CARTER'S WRITING and COPYING INK
combined, go tn
Ko. MS Meeting street, opposite Charleston notel,
Charlcsuui. S. C._decM flmos
IF YOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOOR
SACKS, sad Bug* of every description, go to
EDWARD PE H RY,
Ne. 165 Mealing street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. 0. deoll oraos
Groceries, JDiqnors, #c
P L O TJ B .
600 barrels FLOUR, Family, Extra and Snper
>erliDe. For sale low by
janlO mwf3_HENRYCOBIA A CO
J^E AF LAUD.
"o Heroes } ?urc We8,ern Leaf LARD
For sale by HENRY COBIA A 00.
Junio m wa_, .
j?AOON, SUGAR, COFFEE, Ac.
2S hh?s. Prime C. R. SIDES
10 h lids. Prime Shoulders
10 boxes Dry Sailed cumberland*
20 boxes Dry Salted C. R. Hdca
20 boxes Dry Salted Shoulders.
150 bnjrs Rio COFFEE
10 hiids. Demerara Sngar
100 barrels ClurlUed and Crushed Sugars
SO barrels New orleans Molasses
100 barrels Muscovado sud Sugarhouse Mo?
20 barrels Mess POKE. ' -
10 bales Cunny Cloth
Soaps, Candles, Starch, Ac, Ac.
For sale hy . HENRY COBIA A CO.
JanlO mwi3 _
JTEW ORLEANS SUGARS.
so hhds. New Orleans SUGAR
75 bbl?. Louisana Magnolia Sugar
73 bags Manilla ColTee.
In store and for sale by
RIECKE A SCHACHTE,
JanlO Vendue ??unge.
DACON, BUTTER, CHEESE, &c
20 hhds. R. and C. R. BACON SIDES
io hhds. Prime Bncon Shoulders ?
20 boxes D. S. Cumberlan'ls
loo kegs and tubs Choice Goshen Bntter
60 boxes Factory Cheese
600 boxfs Scaled and No. 1 Herring?.
For sale low, by GEO. W. STEFFENS,
JitnlO No. 30 Vendue Range.
.JTEVT BALTIMORE HAMS, STRIPS, 4o.
10 tierces Choice S. C. HAMS, Gasaard 4 Son'a
4000 pounds Choice New York Strips
2000 pounds Choice smoked Bellies
2000 pounds Dry Salted Bellies
60 kegs and tubs Western Butter
30 bbls. Crushed and Kenned Sugars
26 pail* Pare Lard
80 boxes Adamantine Candles
100 bids. Super and Middling Flour
76 bbls. Extra Virginia Flour
25 bbls. Sugarhouse Syrup.
For sale low by
JanlO 1 _R. A A. P. CAI DWELL.
.J^EW CROP CLAYED MOLASSES.
100 hhds. \ Superior New Crop CLAYED MO
70 tierces j LASSES,
Landing ex-schooner Taos. Misklmmons, from
150 hhds. bright and heavy MUSCOVADO MO?
60 hhds. Cuba Molasses. Landing ex-brig 8.
P. Brown, from Havana.
For salo low from the wharf, by
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
jans _No. 141 East-Bay street.
20 tons, No. 1, Glengarnoch PIG IRON,
"S.tons, No. 1, Eglington PIG IRON.
For sale by RAY ENE L A CO.,
Jan3 Cor. East Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf.
g ALT AFLOAT.
2000 Sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, landing from
Ship Slieve Bloom. For sale low If taken from
wharf. . RAVENEL, A CO., X
Corner East Bay and Vandcrhorst Wharf. .
JT^IVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
2800 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, jnst received rer
steamship "Adalla," and for sale by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
rjlAYLOR'S ALBANY CREAM ALE
A fresh supply of this Celebrated Brand of ALE
received fresh every week, In barrels and half
barrels. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON.
Agents for South Carolina,
decll_No. 167 East Bay.
?J^IQUORS I LIQUORS ! LIQUORS.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE
The subscribers having been appointed sole
agents for HENRY WALLACE A CO., Philadelphia,
for the sale of their fine OLD RYE, WHEAT AND
BOURBON WHISKIES, are prepared to make a
liberal dlnoouot on large orders.
A full supply of the above Whiskies always on
Parties about purchasing would do we. . g ve
us a call before negotiating elsewhere.
BYRNE & FOGARTY,
CORNER CHURCH AND CHALMERS STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J^TEW CROP MOLASSES.
lao hhds. heavy new Clayed MOLASSES, ex
Schooner "Ella," from Matanzas. For sale by
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Jan7 fmw3 Accommodation Wharf.
T> HINE WINE, I) RANKER WINE, AND
?\ MOSEL WINE.
'I i undersigred takes thc liberty to Inform his
fr.tr.i'sand the public in general, especially those
Wi II arc fond of a good glass of Wine, that he
lins just received several casks of excellent
RHINE, FRANKER, AND MOSEL WINE, and will
dispose ol the sume by the barrel, gallon, bottle
or glass, at reasonable rates. J. M. MARTIN,
dec?i wfmSino No. SS Market street.
Q L D WHISKIES.
Thc undersigned beg to announce that they
have been uppointed bv Messrs. HENRYS.HAN?
NIS A CO., of Philadelphia, their Sole Agents for
the Stale of South Cuiolina for thc sale of their
celebrated ACME X. XX. XXX, XXXX. NECTAR,
CABINET, and other Brands OLD RYE 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 Hannaville, Berkeley County. West
SO barrels of tho above always on hand.
Liberal contracts will bc made for large lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
CLAC1US A WITTE,
N. E. corner of East Bay and Fraser's Wharf
dec2o mwf2nioB_Charleston, S. C
JJOW LANDING AND FOB SALE LOW
RIECKE ic SCHACHTE' B,
NOS. 21 AND 23 VENDUE BAN OB,
10 boxes D. S. Long Clear MIDDLES
10 boxes D. S. Bellies
20 boxes D. S. Chicago Shoulders
Tierces and tubs Pure Lard
Tubs Extra Lard
75 packages Fair to Choice Buller
25 sacks Rio Corree
75 sacks Manilla Cotfee
20 bbls. Sugars ?
25 bbls. Molasses
20 bbls. Syrup, Golden Drip and Magnolia.
Chees?, Herrings, Mackerels, Soda, Soaps, Can?
dles, .Mai che?:. Starch, Ac. Ac. dec2a wfm
Q.EO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
HAYNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Have ta Store and to arrive, which they are
oirerlng at lowest market prices
loco bbls. Yellow Pink Eye Planting POTATOES
4000 sacks Liverpool Salt
50 bales Standard (?nnny Bagging
200 coils Hemp, .lute, Colton and Manilla Rope
600 bbls. Relined Sugars
30 hhds. Porto Rico Sugars
25 hhds. Muscovado Sugars
loo hhds. Old Crop Cuba Molasses
300 bbl-s. Old Crop Cuba Molasses
100 bbls. Sugar House Syrup
OOO bugs Rio, Luguuyra and Java Coffee
300 boxes Colgate No. 1 and Pale Soaps
250 boxes E. I)., Cheshire und Stale Cheese
:wo bbls. Kine, Super, Extra and Family Floor
500 packages Pish, Nos. i, 2 and 3
1000 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Orange Rifle POWDER, Shot and Lead, Caps,
Caudles, Fire Crackers, Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Sugar Jumbles, Soda in kegs and papers. Starch,
Oysters, Sardines, Candy, Buckets and Tuba,
Raisins, Figs. Potash and" Lye, Rice, Ac, Ac
Q J. SCIILEPEGRELL,
No.*37 LINE STREET, BETWEEN KING AND
LUMBER of every description and BUILD INI
MATERIAL, Lime and Plastering Laths, Paints,
Oils, Glasses, Shingles; also Groove and Tongue
Buards, Ac, constantly on hand at the lowest
market prices. octa m.?jljx